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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898072201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. '' "J "! ft i SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVII. DANVILLE. POLITICAL INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JULY 22. 1898. POINTS. NO. 40 -- ML VERNON, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. WE WANT TO- - Tho Indies of tin) Uaptl-- t chmvh gave a musiealo at the home Mrs. Annie Harlan Thursday nluht The youni: men of Danville iruvu an ttnpromp'.u dunce last nljfht at Mrs. Mary W. Newman'. The will of the law A. If. Top w probated In the county court and his brother. J. K. l'ope, appointed a administrator. Mr. C. L. Kiddle, of l'arkershurir, bouirhtof HO. Fox a timru for i'J. G. N. CJaan from Itohurt Tarklnsfion a roadster forJliV A picnic party wont to the ilvr Wednesday afternoon, chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Churlec 1' Cecil. It wms llvuu In honor of Mips rbillip. of Atlanta. Mitt Virginia Uowumn utitorluiuuU at fi o'clock tea Vodnodny afternoon In honor of Mloa Jane Todd Walton. Mary Patterson, Annie IltitTm'nn, Uva I'ruwltt, of Lexington, m,d Mary Held, I" . 11 John Turner, aged 21, and Miss Nan-an- d nle Grlllln, 22, were married at William Grove C. Kennedy, telegraph opera- - Griflin's in the Southern end of the t tor, is with the signal corps, Chlcka- - county Wednesday. Customer of oura. We will give you the Win, Waldorf Astor and the widow mauga. of New York, he worth The lethargy shown here relative to Goelot. piecautlonsls very much In 000.000 and she $45,000,000, are soon to unite their destinies and fortunes. evidence. At Leavensworth, Kana, a suleldo Billy Simp-oa Pine Hill volunteer, ' is cendtng some interesting letters to club has been formed by 2i young men, while a number of young ladles are his county paper. November comes. associa- - Give us a call and ee for yourself. Extraordinary Bargains In Fine Suit3. Our boys In the .'Ird Ky. al Chlcka- - working up an Cut Prices. Suits Cleaned and Pressed. Merchant TailThe republicans of the Jlrcl district mauga are ploa-e- d ovor the prospect of tlon. oring. Suits made hete. IJlg Cut in Shoes. have put the Congressional convention going to Porto Klco. Mrs. Ada Drowning, of Lakeside, off till Sept. 1 1, when It will meet and Our young people to tho number of Mich., shot and seriously wounded nominate a man for Congress if by that 20 or more attended a picnic at Lane-for- d Frank Smith because she thought he was trying to get out of his promise to lime there Is .my hopo of beating John Station Sunday. KY. 136. m, Rhea. Dr. G. li. Lawrence, from this place, marry her. Koferring to the fact that the last has been An early Anglo-Saxo- n custom, to hospital, 2nd Div. p4h congressman from Shelby got his ear Jtrd corps Chickamuuga. SmJ strictly followed by newly married liinf i4m 6a' 'bdbrf.if f'Z "T T"" mI bit off In a tight with another membor, Win. Hysluger has boen appointed couples, was that of drinking diluted Si k theG!ft-goTimes constable m this district in place of honey for days after marringe. From t 1 this custom comes the word honeyit may be oborved that the republi- Walter Sargont, resigned. i, can who attempts to take possession .. S. B. Kuinstt.v, of this county, is us- - moon, or honoymonth. llight now a word about our Fa'l and Winter Shoes. Little Early but of George Gllbwrt's ear will have both J ng a codec mill that his ancestors Last Sunday, at tho home of an uncle of (Stanford. we are eager to call your attention to these goods. In the first place irgluln. It is more of the bride In Barbourvllle, Mr. Levy brought from Mr. J. S. Hoekorand wife, of Stan- his hands and his mouth full. we have taken unusual care in selecting the stock and aro pleased to This is a sweet set to be sure. A than 100 years old and is yet In good Van Bevers. a young morchantof Plne-vlllford, were In Danville Tuesday. Mln know that we will be able to and Miss Kate Kellums. of Bell i Mc.Murtry, of LouUvillo, JlsKitch wiye that Senator Deboe. Col- working ordor. "Snowball'' Hiatt, a darkey sent up county, were united In marriage. Next A is vlhUliig friends In thin city. Mr. G. lector Sapp, Postmaster Bakor, Tutted Secretary of from Laurel county for attempted mail day the groom boarded the train and I traveling States Marshal II. Urueo Is at present yj Secondly, the prices that we expect to put on these goods will be atthrough Pennsylvania In the Interest Suite Flnlay, Auditor Stone. Treasurer robbery, after spending three years in has not since been heard of. No cause tractive. Thirdly, our styles will be exactly right. Every mother of his liuitnu, and will go from there to Loug, Attorney Gonrnl Taylor and Michigan City penitentiary, has turn- for his conduct is assigned. to shoe substantially will be that hns a boy or girl that she loading republicans, have ed up at this place. Mr. Mlchell Taylor, a widower of 37, Ui Michigan. MUs IJotnlu Danlap will many other These goods will be on hand in good season. gone to Green rlvor on a 10 Jays' Ash"Mark" Taylor has a chloken that I? came up from Casey Wednesday and 'V Hpond the month of Auguit at Whito better than a watch dog. It keeps his procured license to wed Miss Lillle Sulphur Springs, Va. Gov. and Mr. ing trip. from Frankfort says that garden and house cleared of other May McCormnck, the pretty and acJ. Proctor Knott have returned from A The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, KY. and Gov. Bradley will go on the stump this fowls. It picks up the small fry. car- complished daughter of Mr. William II II. Sutherland Lebanon. Dr. wife and their popular daughter, Miss fall todNcuss tho Goebel bill and State ries them to the fence and drops them McCorraack, of the church section. The marriage was to have occurred , leave this week for Knosvllle. Issues, but will have little to say of through a crack. John, the little son of T. B. Lair, of yesterday at the Methodist church at ho having accepted a call to hl former McKinloy1 administration. Thecnble AVc Make A Kule To Furnish . Scott Glore and W. between the Bradley and McKliiley Livingston, who has just recovered Mlddleburg. The groom Is a ohurch. administrations wa- - cut during the from a siege with a broken leg, had farmer and lumberman, nud his bride Vornon Klchurdson are attending tho UotaThotn l'i Convention at Cincin- senatorial contest last year, and has the misfortune to have hl grandfath- is one of Lincoln's most excellent and er's clock fall upon him, breaking his popular young ladles. The iNTKUiOlt nati. Mr. Tip Hruco has gono to Detroit never been rostored. Justice Brewer, of tho supreme no-- o and otherwise injuring him. Joi'KNAL extends its heartiest congrattrots. Mrs. Hugh Koos to attond the in Adam, who ha been visiting Mr. 11. court, opposes territorial expansion wo Hon. G. G. Gilbert, democratic nom- ulations and best wishes. inee for Congress, will speak at Adainf-- ' T. Lowndo at Clarksburg. V. Vn..ha a strong interview. He holds that are in duty bound to expel Spain from Grove, two miles East of Brodhcad, on BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, returned to spend the remainder of tho Cuba and kucp her out until a stable Aug. Uth. Hon. John W. Vcrkos and bummer with her mother, Mrs. Mattle John Allen, of Uillsbnro, O., drank McDowell. Mrs J. S. Gashwllor and government is established and sny other noted speakers have been Invited embalmlug fluid for whisky by mistake that we can only hold the oilier Span- and are expected lo be present and addaughter are til Green Lake, Wl. and was soon a corpse. All of the Best Quality, at the Lowest Possible Cash Pri- ish K)psosslous for a war Indemnity as dress the people. Freemau Schley, a cousin of Commoa creditor holds mortgaged real estate. LANCASTER. ces. is to your interest to Mr. nud Mrs. R. E. Thompson are in us. Gov Bradley says that the filing of from Garrard. H. J. McClure, of Par- dore Schley, committed suicide by the morphine route at Tampa, Fla. Mr. Joseph II. Arnold has been very the petition for a rehearing in the is visiting homefolks here. Misses Fire at Newport destroyed the Llve-ze- y nick of heart trouble, but is rojoriod State Prison Commission case will not , Georgia and Zulu Jones, of Mlddlesbo-rosaw mill with S"o,000 worth of writing. better at this Interfere with the transfer of the peniare visiting relatives here. Abel lumber and .'10 frame dwellJudge Joe Kobitibon entertained his tentiary management from republican Pennington and John Gentry were here ings. many friends with a sumptuous dining to democratic regime Aug. 1. It was on a furlough from Camp Corbln, Lexoh Tuesday. Mr. A. S. Price ontor-taluu-d thought that the old Board of Prison ington. Miss Miranda McKenzic has Lewis Warner, treasurer of the iW) it Hampshire Savings Bank at Northamput a 11 o'clock breakfast Tues- Commissioners had decided to try and been visiting relatives at Preachers-vllle- . ton, Mass., got away with ?0 10,000 of day hold ou, pending a decision on the peMiss Maud Miller, of Lancaster, Tho :lty council has ordered the lay- tition, but this Is nuthorltatlvely de- Is visiting the family of her grandfa- its funds. Four men were killed by lightning in ing of about .I.OOO feet of brick pave- nied. ther, M. J. Miller. John C. Atcheson, a storm, which swept portions of New JCST SO. Speaking of Gov. ment, which will be a vast ImproveCollege, was here looking up Jersey and New York and did great 'V defeat, the Richmond Climax of Centre ment. They have also Increased the for that institution. W. R. pecuniary damage. It Is not often that the oportu-nlt- y students jwllce force by the addition of Mossrs. of Dauvllle, for such distinguished service is Scott and J. F. Murphy, John Atherton, a Brookvllle, Ind., Joe Potty and Win, George as night lime Negro, Is wanted for smothering to Not old style, shop - worn goods, but tondored a people, and to think that were out Saturday Inspecting the patrolmen. works of the Rockcastle Lime Co., In death twins which his wife had just The hay rldo Is again growing very every short horse who may hopo somo which they are Interested. S. C. popular with tho young people and day to occupy the seat to which he as- Franklin, foreman of tho Signal otlice, presented him with. L. Z. Leitcr sold to Marshal Field a there Is scarcely a night that one Is pired, joined In the hue and cry to de- with his family is visiting relatives at not seen. Mr. Bobcrt Davidson and feat him. The people may forgive and Athens. Mrs. Sua Mulllns was here good sized slice of Chicago for 32,100,-00- 0 and the deed had to have 2,100 in Miss Amy gave one Monday evening In forget those who have deprived them Mrs. E. U. S. stamps attached. of this distinguished service, but we from Livingston Tuesday. of honor of Miss Bessie Turley, In Light Weight and Light Colors I will soon Flshback, of Livingston, has returned James Gilllspie, a Montgomery counMiss Mary Bout also gave one predict they will hear it some day from a visit to her father, Hon. B. B. ty farmer, suffered a peculiar accident. Tuesday evenlug In honor of Miss wheu it will sounu like a death kucll. BalHis horse ran under a clutucd lue and Hon. James R. Pugh, who Is a demo- King, at Moreland. Hon. T. J. Bessie Bullock, of Richmond. who has been ill for nearly severed his head from his body. lard, of Big Hill, Lancaster has an unsurpassed mall crat, retires from the race for the dem months, is Improving. Mrs. E. S. ElTwo t housand men Texans a e ffiV Hystcm, and tho L. & N. is now running ocratic nomination for congress In tho more, of Livingston, has returned after through hero mall trains, for which we Dth since his brother has been nomina- a visit to Rowland relatives. Mrs. C. A. looking for Pete Burton to kill him. They orcugy and now need the money invested in them. They will have been struggling for years;' and ted by the republicans and says: "He Moore is visiting relatives in Ohio. He murdered a farmer and his wife and bf sold cheap. If you have any idea of the value of goods Sunday. We do has told me that if I ran It would cause Miss Annie Ashlock, of Stanford, is babe to get the little money tbey hnd. yet we have no mall on CI know why this Is, but suppose It is a breach between our families. Ho visiting her sister at Livingston. Greeu not d passenger train and a A was here Sunday because of the conscientious scruples of further says that should I bo nominated Dcuham, of Loudon, his brother Sam, who Is a drug light engine on the Air Line collided to see homo of our zealous christians. Sunday ho would withdraw from the race. clerk. near New Albany, lud., kllliug two IB vv Under such conditions as that I shall mall would Involve only a couple of f persons and seriously wounding several resign my ambition hitherto entertain CHURCH CHATTER. Look at them. ir hours labor for Postmaster Vest,whloh a: others. a'a we are sure he would not mind, and od, nud sincerely thank my friends over Lieutenant Nowlin, of the Mountain Creel; Association of BapThe Talcs would be lots of satisfaction to the ma- the district for their kind solicitations tists will meet at Stanford, Aug. .'50th. soldiers, got lively at Lexlngtou, Hashmy behalf." V jority of our citizens. Other towns in r. i South District Sunday School Con- ed a gun, lied from a policeman and was have Sundny mall, why can't we? Our Mr. Clarenco E. Woods, associate vention convened at Perryvllle yester- captured, the policeman firing one shot conscientious friends need not get their editor of the Climax, left for Atlanta day. and was fined $28. George G. Gilbert, who was nominamall until Monday. Saturday to attend the Ninth Grand At Forest, O., three little boys left Drs. J. B. Klnnalrd and I. S. Wesley Chapter of the Sigma Nu Fraternity, ted for Congress from the Eighth Dis- home without their mother's consent attended the Central Kentucky Medical of which he has been for four years trict is a Baptist. Argus. and went bathing. Two were drowned Bishop Turner has returned from and the third had a leg broken in his Association at Hurrodsburg yesterday. Grand Recorder and Editor, tho most W. L. McParland, a nephew of Editor responsible position In the gift of the Africa, where he organized two confer- effort to save his companions. Louis Landram and son of Capt. Mc- order. Some Idea of tho scope of the ences and ordained GOprenchers. Applications have been filed for the Mr, H. A. Pleasants asks us to state establishment of National banks at Parland, who was wounded atSantlago, otlice ho holds may be gained from the Is expected hero Sunday on a visit. fact that ho publishes a handsomely il- that Rev. J. B. Crouch will preach at Honolulu and at San Juan, Porto Rico, while there have been inquiries of a Fred Frisble is In Frankfort on busi- lustrated quarterly magazine of 150 pa Mt. Xenla at .'M0 Suuday afternoon. Admiral Dewey Is an elder In tho shuilar nature concerning Manila. ness. J. W. Miller has gone North on ges, keeps tho records of lodges tin extended trip. James. I. Hamilton scattered from Vermont to California, Presbyterian church and maintains a Tho Kentucky Stay Wire Fence und Judge W. E. Walker are in Lex- and has charge of the funds of the fra- Christian Endeavor Society aboard tho Company, of Nicholasvllle, capital Wo offer a ington this week. Dr. Windsor, of ternity, of which the Madison Nation- llagshlp Olympla. stock 810,000, filed articles of incorpor Pastor J. II. Dew, having resigned ation at Frankfort. Charles Deering of Mr. Thomps. al Bank Is the depository, receiving on Illinois, a Arnold, will come hero In September an average of So0 per week. Climax. the care of the Logan Street Baptist and J. D.Hughes aro the Incorporato locate for tho practice of medicine. Wo sincerely hope that the order will Church, Louisville, tho church has tors. Mrs. Mary Allen Welstger is spend- honor Itself by honoring him again, for called Rev. J. W. Low. The second trial at Paris of M. Emllo Dr. Carradlno's holiness meeting at Zola nud M. Perreus, manager of the To close up the season. All we ask is to give us a call. Opposite ing the week at Estill Springs. Col. he has been a most faithful otllcial. Scottvllle closed Sunday night. The Auror (newspaper), upon charges of W. S. Ferguson, of Covington, Is here. Persons troubled wlthdlarrhoea will Rellector says the meeting was a grand Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson, of Lexingdefaming the army, resulted In a verMaster be Interested in the c.xpcrioncc of Mr. success and that much good was accom- dict for one year each and a fine of ton, are tho guests of Dr. Evans. 3f John Tanner and Mrs. W. K. Shugars, W. M. Bush, clerk of Hotel Dorrance, plished.Baptist Reeorderjwlth a relent- - 000 francs. Tho McKlnuey, were here this week. Providence, R. I. He says: "For severof Clarenco Vinegar, who was hanged lessness worthy only of a sinner Is not Mrs. J. H. Handlbo, of El Paso, Texas, al years I have been almost a constant satisfied to lot Dr. Whitsott reslgu to at Georgetown Monday, went to bis Is visiting Mr. T. L. Broaddus. Mrs. faiillerer from diarrhoea, tho frequent completly prostrating me and tako effect next year. It wants tho doom without a word or a tremor. S. E. Menlcs and Miss Ida Menzlcs, of attacks There were no sensational scenes at trustees to make It effective now. Donaldsonville, La., are viBltlng Mr. rendering me unlit for my dutlos at Brother T. T. Martin reports 24 ad- tho gallows and death quickly resulted this hotel. About two years' ago a travE. W. Lawless. neck. eling salesman kindly gave mo a small ditions at Beattyville, tho organization from a broken Samuel II. Taylor, who shot and killof 23 mera-bor- s bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera of a church at Jackson, COOL WISCONSIN RUSOUTS.-T- ho and III conversions In tho meeting ed Benjam.In J. Sandys in St. Louis, Is and Diarrhoea Remedy. Much to my Monon Route via Chicago is tho proper Bowen, and 8 at Compton. Argus. u native of Union county, Ky. Ills delight its effects were at lino. Write E. II. Bacon, D. P. A., Hurprlso and Rev. J. H. King has accepted tho wlfo also was reared In the county and Loulsvlllo, for paraph Immediate. Whenever I felt symptoms Monon Bouto, aro of prominent families. Taytho dlseaso I would fortify myself pastorate of Caldwell Cumberland Pres- both lotB, rutes and tlmo tables for all ro of lor and his wife huve had domestic and ngatust tho attack with a low doses byterian church. Ho will preach there troubles ever since they went to St. Self-Foldin-g Borta in Wisconsin, Minnesota Walcheerfully of this valuablo remedy. Tho result has tho second and fourth Sundays; at He- Louis, he having charged her several Michigan. Information Sunday and at been very satisfactory and almost com- nut Flat the third with living a dual llfo. He was Rlvon and services of an agent to meet plete relief from tho alilictlon." For bron, In Anderson county, the first times all parties on arrival of trains at acquitted at his oxamlning trial, Sunday. Danville Advocate. sale by Craig & Hocker, druggists. and Chicago rendered free. Our band Is practicing up for fairs Push, rep., was nominated on the llrt ballot at Greenup to succeed himself In Congress from the 0th district. The State Hoard of Election Commissioners by a voto of two to one decided to give the republicans recognition on tho county election boards. A John D. White republican tells us that If the domocrats put up no candidate for Congress in tho 11th district, his man Is as sure to beat Dorelng as picnics. $100,-small-p- ; n, l Best Values Your Jtfoey Buy. Telephone No. ' ' Gai? Mid-Seas- antl-marrla- 1 The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., DANVILLE, . in $ ud . bm w says:-Incidentall- Tiro TiniiTT Tn 1U WJi WAIN t. bM r t ( i ? 1 e, ': 1 Marlo-Louls- o Jam, Meet Every Want In Shoes. CALDWELL St LANIER, It ch l. Ko-vdo- Me.-sr- well-to-d- o School Books, Tablets And Copy Books, Pens, Ink And School Supplies It try II ::' one-stor- y PENNY 'S DRUG STORE. i i i M Mc-Crear- y's si): i i 1 I V Sacrifice Sale o! Clothing FRESH, CLEAN GOODS, 1 Uleh-mou- d. i I NEED THE ROOM ! west-boun- YOU WILL BE PLEASED, H. i a f 4 i J. McROBERTS. 'a m.n 'i v mi t .'iii L Overstocked. 1, Post-Oftice. d Until August '98, .11 il son-in-la- A Big Reduction for Buggy and Harness Trade, B. K. WEAREN A SON. tl D i it Lou-iBvil- lo Extension Table. See it at W. W. Withers. vl ja ,.-- . . ,t 1 9f V - a -- wprH K- v if' - is reported that Gen.' Miles has Uuder the new orders to Commodoro been urging the president to let him Watson ho Is to havo a fleet which will lead an army of invasion of Spain a9 still further Impress Europe with the soon as he takes Puerto Rico, but at size and ability of the American navy, July 22, 1898 the rate he is going he wont take the result that imiv be of Importance If Stanford, Ky., latter this year. The army reported any of the Powers are planning to have say In regard to the terms of peace to have sailed for there Monday is W. P. WALTON. ?till with us unless it got oil yesterday. with Spain. From dispatches sent in by Shafter, Better let us see what the parlor general can do before we lay out further the authorities believe that the yellow Democratic Nominee For Congress work for him. fever among the troops is thoroughly G. G. under control. Gen. Shafter has caSOME of the district papers are en- bled asking the immediate dispatch of Of Shelby County. gaged in the useless discussion of the two immune regiments for garrison ducon- ty, in order that tho remaining troops A XAVAL officer, whose name is probable republican nominee for wltlilinlrl rtt nnnpcn. f.tva tViA mtirtn nf gl'eSS. What boots it who is put up.' maybe removed from the zone of in .k..4l,.l W. .WM. W., . . W..W W. .H" the trouble between Commodores Gilbert is sure to knock him down, and fection. The Spanish Transatlantic company Sampson and Schley. He says that a wise man will steer clear of such breakers, unless he is simply after the bid $00 for officers and $20 for enlisted when they were both young and head-waymen, and was awarded tho contract to on the same ship, Sampson bad position of postmaster referee. army back to Spain. The carry Toral's some bananas stolen from his room. He There is more solid and generally company must have enough ships at hard-earne- d accused a sailor of the theft and when information of war matters in Santiago within 21 days. Tho prisohad the surgeon to admin- correct he denied it "News and Comment" column of ners will return to their native land ister nn emetic to make him throw the Courier-Journthan In any other the tbem up, Schley came in about this under the Spanish flag. Bids ran from of the column time and seeing the poor fellow writh- publication. The writer eyents and $110 per man to these figures. posted on Capt. Sweeney, of the Lebanon coming in pain asked the cause. Deing is certainly well imparts it in a clear and most read- pany, has appointed Privates Ashtold he roundly denounced Sampson as he ley O. Llllard, of Danville, and Bruce a toward and finally slapped him. able manner. Eldelln, of Lebanon, Fifth Sergeant Simpson raged considerably, but did The average JOwensboro boy seems and Corporal of his company, respectnot accept Schley's orter to give him be pretty tough. One of them and ively. any satisfaction he might want. The to It will be remembered that last his dog fell out of a second story win- week these gentlemen wero reduced memory of that allront still rankles in dog was killed. The boy from First, and Second Sergeants for Sampson's bosom and he has done dow. The was not even bruised, lighting on his overstaying their passes at Knoxvllle. everything in his power to keep Schley like a cat, and walking off without down, and in his mean purpose seems feet The dissatisfaction of tho Cubaus a limp. becauso Santiago was not turned over to have had the assistance of the navy to them is verv pronounced. So much department and the president. But MCKINLEY MAD. Schley wont down. He Is a brave and friction has developed that tho war SAMPSON'S SLOTHFULNESS THE SUB- department thinks It will be prudent to chivalrous officer, as the incident in JECT OF HIS SPLEEN. keep a larger part of Gen. Shatter's his early life indicates, and fate seems to favor him, if the authorities do SECOND AMERICAN FLEET ARRIVES AT army at Santiago than was at first contemplated, both as a precaution against frown on him. To him and not nt all CAVITE. Spanish attack and to hold the Cubans to Sampson is due the destruction of Washington, July 21. The in check. Cervera's fleet, notwithstanding the president is provoked with Admiral Porto Rico, to which attention is now latter's egotistical dispatch to WashSampson for exasperating delay in directed, is about tho size of Rhode ington on the 4th of July. The story furnishing convoys and he was of the naval officer may or may not be Island and Delaware combined. It is ordered to proceed to highly fertile, and though the cllmato true, but it seems to express pretty Port Rico. It is announced that Is very warm, It is more healthful than well the character of the man. Anothwhen taken we will hold Port Rico any of the other West Indian islands. er incident illustrative of Schley's Dross Skirts LADIES' SHIRTWAISTS. Ladles' heel Oxford. 3 to 8, SSc, forever. as Though not more than magnanimity is given in a dispatch Lndlos' het'l Tan 'J to 5J. 75a, HONG KONG, July 21. The seclargo us Cuba, its population is nearly 76c will buy n 1. 25 skirt, after the demolition of Cervera's fleet. 20c mid 40c, worth f0 and 7c. Minos Oxford, ISe, ond fleet of American transports as great, a late census giving The men were cheering with a "three 11.10 will buy a il.50 skirt, MuiiN Work Shoos, 75c, has reached Cavite. Attack on Mato Porto Rico about T'0,000 inhabitants, times three" for him, when he said: II. 25 will buy all 75 skirt. Men's Fine Shoo. Lacunnd Congrats, OSo nila awaits Mcrritt's arrival. the whites slightly predominating over 'Thank you, boys, but I didn't do it. MILLINERY the Negroes. You are the boys who did it. Let the WAR TALK. Wo will oflbr in thl sale 1 lot of Straw No fear is felt at Washington as to officers cheer the crew." Every officer We can not atlbrd to carry over a single. HlUS fa, mou, Worlh .Men Silk Fiuioliwl Stipondars, 15o, , at Santiago is said to be a veritable pest Germany's attitude in the Philippines, joined in hearty cheers. These were Indie, hat. We wi.l offr iho untlrtj Two Unas of Men's extra heavy Ijunthur Holt, 2fic, 60 and 75c Hat it J15e. but there is concern over the rebel. repeated when the Commodore shout- hole and ripe for an awful epidemic. stock nt coM 12.50 buys a nice Cheviot Suit for turn Sue our line of Trunks tun Vali-eIt is reported that Gen. Garcia, the The authorities are confident that Roar ed: "To the men behind the guns !" 11.50 hut now il, or Iiojh, worth iA, famous Cuban general, was killed in Admiral Dewey can hold tho German $1.25 hat now 75c 60c will buy a nice Duck Suit for buys. The president has issued a remarka-Stat- e battle. fleet in check and it is said Germany II lint now 50c. 00c will buy yon a good Iutr Cout na Shoos paper to residents of Suntiago, in A Philadelphia company oilers to has officially declared tho actions of A lot of ladies' sailors 10c. Ion? nt they last, .1 ifeien left. which he tells them that "We come take the 2o,000 prisoners from Santia- the fleet unauthorized. Though Aguln-ald- o La die special heel Oxford 2 to 5, 50o. not make war upon the people of Cuba, go to Spain for SoSo.OOO. has promised Admiral Dewey not nor upon any party or faction among Blanco says that Santiago was sur- to take Manila until Maj. Gen. Merrltt them, but to protect them in their rendered without his knowledge. To-r- arrives, there Is fear that his mou may homes, employments and personal and cause trouble and that wo maybe comwill be tried by court martial. religious rights." Municipal authoriThe New York World says it cost pelled to fight them. ties will continue to administer the S12.'l,000,000, 247 lives and 1,404 wounded The total loss of a fleet of laws under the supervision of a repre- - and missing men, to take Santiago. modern ships and the surrender of sailsentative ol the United, states and no The transport Pennsylvania left San ors and soldiers to the number of more property will be destroyed or conlisea-te- d Francisco for the Philippines, carrying than 25,000, the accession of secure unless it be a military necessity. about 1,S00 men under Col. Kesseler. harbors just at u time when our ships Such tuxna n.j hnvn hefn ftnfnrnpd hntv- are most likely to need them, the end Ihe aiial number of soldiers sur- - of the campaign just when the yellow ntlnP,1 fnr tho tnfnre will h and all ports actually in our possession rendcered W Gen. Toral at Santiago' is fever commences its ravages, and the wui be opened to the commerce ofi , ereat moral effect of these victories neutral nations as well as our own in ter s entire army, upon Spain and throughout the world, A forein steamship line has offered articles not contraband of war, render the campaign one of tho most y the payment of the prescribed rates o! to transport 18,000 prisoners from splendid and complete, if not unparalat the time of the imporlatIon. tiago to Cadiz for X12.1.000, or about$r leled In history. All glory to God and The document w oahlnd tn Shnffm. for each prisoner. honor to American arms upon both Bandmaster John Philip Sousa is to land and now Santiago do Cuba is under the and sea! Louisville Times. povernment nf this hind of thn frPO be made an army captain, and will go There is one feature of the recent to Puerto Rico to direct the bands of and the home of the brave. naval victory at Santiago which should the Sixth Army corps. noube overlooked in the glamor of that Law Notes for July has u review of It is now considered as absolutely great achievement, viz, tho devout exPresident M. H. Smith's- testimony certain that the First and Third Kenof Capt. J. W. Philip, of the before the inter-statcommerce com- tucky troops will goto Porto Rico next ample Texas, in lining his men on deck for mission with reference to passes acd week, but the 2nd will remain at tho purpose of returning thanks to God other things, which is so full of Inforfor granting triumph to the American mation of a legal and economic characThere was $4,000 in the safe of Adsuch remarkable circum ter that the Senate ordered It printed miral Cevera's ship when she went fiag underWhen everything was ready stances. in full. Among other Interesting down. Owing to the rush he didn't on deck Capt. Philip himself led iu the High BitiDtsnCAMr Mkhtino Tho taings that the great head of the have time to work the combination and brief act of worship. "I want to make camp grounds will be full of Intercut Louisville & Nashville said in answer save the money. public acknowledgement here." said this year with lively programs, lino to questions was a statement that when A single shipment from New York he, "that I believe In God, tho lather speakers, excellent music and crowds a Federal judge asked for a pass he to Santiago of 750,000 tbree-graiquiand you officers and men of delighted during appreciative people. Low rales tho camp meeting always got it as General Counsel Bax- nine pills shows that, while the visible Almighty. I want your hearts and special low Sunduy rules for Sunter is of the opinion that it is not well enemy has surrendered, there are oth- to lift your hats and from days, July 24th and 31st, will bo mado to appear before a judge unless he has ers in that locality. Louisville Times. offer thanks unto God." via the Queen & Crescent Route. Spea pass if he wants one. Mr. Smith also Fully 100,000 Nebraskans assembled cial Sunday train service will bo run G. Russell Hodman, said that the carriers and people are get- -' at Omaha Saturday to witness the final July 24th and 31st, for convenience of of Frankfort, Is dead. ' patrons between Somerset and High ting along well and If the government (irm of Col. Wra. J. Bryan's regiment Burcrlars chloroformed and robbed Bridge. Ask your ticket agent for full will leave the regulation of railroads to before its departure for Jacksonville, particulars, or seo small bills. John D. Gregory at Cloverport. them it would be better for all con- - Col. Bryan was given a great ovation. Miles M. J. Williams has been apHere are a few Sample Prices For This Week. AlriMiily Drilled. er at Eramlnenco. . Sylvester Scovel, the newspaper cor- - pointed Mrs. I'equc There teems to be n THE meeting of the Confederate respondent, Is said to have slapped Job Printing preference for uumnrricd men for the The Courier-Journp Veterans this week In Atlanta is at- -' Gen. Shafter, when he ordered him Company has been appointed a army. I don't see why that should be tended by quite a large number of the away from participating in the Hag printer by the Government. the ense. grand old fellows, but many have cross- - raising at Santiago. He was promptly Henry I'cque Neither do I. Mar- - ' In Pike county, near Grange Store, ed over the river since the meeting at arrested. Joe Lacy shot and instantly killed John ried men might not amount to much Nashville and taken their places with Civil order has been restored in San- K. Ilarlem, a young lawyer of Poca- - for aggressive fighting on their own part, but they would be just the fcl- - ' the silent majority. Georgia's capital tiago, and the only trouble nows over hontas, W. Va., over a fee. lows to stand without complaining is In holiday array and everything is the food supply. Several vessels are Albert Borth, of Hopkins county, being done for those who fought and now in the harbor,, but have not dis- lost his entire wheat crop because bis nny number of bieges or constant linrnssing from the cnerav. .V. V. lost 30 or more years ago. The veterans charged their cargoes, as the customs hired man dropped a spark from a pipe World. were welcomed by Gov. Atkinson and regulations had not been fully ar- while smoking in the shade of the A Common Cnc. then glorious old Gen. Gordon made a ranged. wheat stacks. "Ilns Mr. Quncioii3 given anything'? soul stirring speech, after a remarkable This dispatch sent by McKlnley to The Lexington Canning Company ovation. A strong elTort is being made Shafter, when the commissioners and contracted with a Chicago firm for to nelp the United States along in its war with Spain?" to have the next meeting at Louisville Toral were parleying, shows more 500,000 small tins of the famous Ken"In some resnects he has been and it is hoped it will be successful. backbone than he was thought to have: tucky burgoo. Army olllcers at Lex- among the most liberal of our monington are examining the manufacture eyed men." Parley no longer Demand It turns out that the fortifications at surrender on our terms, or Immediate of the soup, and a contract for tho sol- "What hns he given?" withdraw Santiago were of a very weak nature "Advice." Detroit Free Press. and storm tho city at once. diers will be closed at once. A 3,500 and could easily have been forced. It A Cuimcleiitlotm Jury. gallon kettle, the largest soup kettle in The three great events of this war also develops that the harbor wus but Plrn&c remember that wo arc still headquarters for flno goods at tho First citizen If you had nny doubt tho country, wus put up Saturday. poorly mined and that the batteries tho battle of Manila, the destruction of -of the guilt of Mrs. Borgia, the alleged very lowest prices, such us Meat, Lard, Molii.wn, Coffee, Tea, fc'ofp, only looked formidable from the out- Cervera's fleet and the surrender of Special excursion to Chautauqua, N. poisoner, why did you vote to hang her? Starch, Washboards, Galvanized Tub.. 4c. A full line of Tin and side. Gen. Shufter was either very Santiago occurred on Sunday. Many Y., July Sth to 2!)th at extremely low Second Citizen (who was on the jury) and Stoneware. Give us n call before mnking your purchases. Wo Well, you see, the trial made her so much scared or badly deceived when other of the great battles were fouurht rates via the "Big Four." For tickets are yours for Bargains. he sent the dispatch that he could not on Sunduy, notable that of Manassas and full Information call on agents, or notorious thnt wo knew if we didn't In the beginning of tho civil war. hang her she'd soon be appearing on take the city without reinforcements. address the undersigned. E. O. the btage. X. Y. Wtcldy. Admiral Cervera is now a prisoner at Pass. Trallio Mgr., Warren J. THE pops of tho 1th district havo Annapolis, about 30 miles from Washf KluiTcru, I.itiiKiutKu Lynch, Ass. Gen. Pass. is Tkt. Agt., nominated Dr. Mc.Mullen, of Breckin- ington, where he used to live as an atEfflt Uncle Jolm, are you nn auCincinnati, O. J. W. ROUT, Manager. thority upon the language of flowers? ridge, for congress, but as Col. Crud tache of the Spanish Legation In tho L'ncle John What do you mean would say, "Ho has ho more United States. It is said of him that has an dock Bowling Green Main Street, Interior Journal Building, Stanford, Ky. chauce to win than a man with tallow he used to sing and play tho guitar, and society, but Tom Owsley, who is nurs- the lnngiiuge employed by the woman legs would have in hell." have a weakness for an American girl. ing an embryo mustache, wont join it. who receives them or by the poor devil who hns to pay the bill? Boston TranscriDt. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL It - 11 11 TheLouisville Store DRY GOODS, CLOTHING & SHOES. HON. GILBERT, - I THE GREAT UNLOADING SALE lieu-tenn- nts al . Is still under This is a sale that means a saving to you of many dollars, a sale that means increased business at the Louisville Store the store for the people and against high prices. PRICES ARE LOWERED TO THE LOWEST Extent to move the stock rapidly. Profits will not be considered in this sale. We want to reduce our summer stock in the next four weeks. Now is the time to trade. A Dollar Never Went as Far as Now in this unloading sale. Ladlos' one-sixteen- one-ha- lf s. al first-cla- ss 25 DOZ. MEN'S SHIRTS 10 dozen Negligee Laundered Collars and Cuffs, 10 dozen Soft Front detachable Collars, n.-on- San-dut- ! I 5 dozen white bodies, colored bosom, will be put in this sale at 38c Call for your coupons. A handsome picture goes with every $10 or $25 purchase. - e Chick-amaujr- a. The Louisville Store T. D. RNJ5Y, Manager. Is Still in the Push. n Blue Grass Store ! ' poat-mast- al bank-stam- J I 22 Lbs. Dark Brown Sugar for $1. 20 Lbs. Light Brown Sugar for $1. $1. 18 Lbs. N. O. Granulated Sugar for I Sweet mixed PicKles 20c pt. m Mc-Corm- lck, Blue Grass Grocery. j antl-whlskc- rs jr.. . r w v - - Jk - V . - "tyrv -'t "w T" $ 3" " rrwwrtfrr-1 -- 1 1 1 RlUD I ho advertisement of the Stato sold to W. J. Hannn. of Harrodsburg, Collcire und write to President James a lot at .'lie and two fancy heifer calves IT was m yours ajjo Monday Hlnce the K Pattcrnon for eatalotruu, If you arc at $17. At the Washington Park sales II. E. July 22, 189S notorious Jim Uridpuwatcr bit the thibt ; interestcll. Stanford, Kv., Leigh bought Simon W. for $2,200. here. FOItRENT. My residence on Lan- - James Arthur paid $250 for the once Oflers instruction in Agriculture, Mechnnical Engineering. Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, three lines of Scientific Study,.: Mathematical, liiological and Six por cent will be ndded to all city great Dlggs. E. 0. Walton, Busing M.vnaokk. Chemical, Classics nnd Pcdngogy, each of which leads Twenty-Eiga taxes not paid on or before August 1st. storo for sale, all new goods, fine trade. Tho government has contracted with i roiussors ana assistants, laboratories and museumsto afL'Udegree. well enuinnml. anil O. J. Nowland, collector. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. a St. Louis firm for 11.000,000 pounds of i County appointees receive free tuition, matriculation, fuel and ligts and room rent. Tin: best Is never too ood for jiro Traveling expenses nlso given to appointees who remain tho full collcgiato year. JKNKINS. Capt. G. Clinton Jenkins, hay to bo delivered at Chickamauga. HriutY up, or you wont got an oil or Fcriptlon work. That Is tho reason we Hoard in dormitories $2.25 per week, in private iamilics f 2 50 to $3. Board, uniBetween 400 and 500 cars will be re use the botfl foods only. Penny's Drug gasollno stavo at cost. They ure going aged 7.1, died at his home near Hustonform, books and washing need not exceed 1120 per year. " Store. ville yesterday morning, after an Illness quired to transport it. fast. Illgglns fc McKlnney. Fall Term In A tiro at one of the stnbles at the . of several weeks. Ho was a captain in Preliminary Examinations first .Monday in September. personal'and"society"gossip. Carrolltoti fair grounds destroyed seven Rings for tho prettiest baby and Col. Wolford's regiment in tho civil For catalogues and other information apply to trotters. The loss on stables and horses 111 with mala- ugllost man 'arc two that will attract no war nnd was wounded In the first battle. Mks. J. W. Adams is D., L. D little attention nt the Uustonvlllo fair. Ills wife, who Is a sister of Messrs. is estimated at about $10,000. The fire rial fever. was caused by spontaneous combustion. Mils. Pkank Wilkinson, of Durn, NOT I)KAD.-- Mr. W. R. Gooeh, who Josso P. and George W. Rille, and two It is reported that hemp dealers are Metal .Hoofing. 1h visiting Mrs. Kd Wilkinson. Iron Fence. reported the death of Mies Brllla children, Misses Sallle and Mary Eliza, anxious to contract for the growing Di:xtki: Ualloi; iastudylnj: telegra- Johnson, writes that he was misinform- survive. Capt. Jenkins was a clever, crop of hemp at $5, but not many farmhonest man and much liked by those phy under T. F. Spink, agent at ed. who knew his real excellent traits of ers arc selling at that figure. In gen( eral the crop is looking well, although TUB privileges of tho Hustonville character. Miss Salliis Cook Is visiting tho the acreage is smaller than usual. Saturfaml'y of Dr. Fayette Dunlup In Dan' Fair will bu sold at Playing in Luck. Since he left day afternoon. July .'10. W. D Hookvillu. TO SIX FOOTERS. here, Prof. E. L. Grubbs has been Mill Work. Cypress Shingles. Dlt. M. C Huath, bf lUohmond, was er, Secretary. elected superintendent of the Junction Col. Charles E. Whiteshot, of West thu guust of his daughter, Mrs. A. II. Skasonahli: rains have fallen sever- City Christian Sundny school; vice Virginia, is authorized by the secreSeverance. al times this week and the corn Is president of the Christian Endeavor of tary of war to raise a regiment of six Mil and .Mks. C. P. Stuck v, of humping Itself. The acreage is largo the Presbyterian church, and president footers, to bo recruited from several LouUvllIe, are visiting at Col. W. Hull and the prospects of the Boyle County S. S. Association, States. Company F. has been assigned line. Dudderar's. which is to meet in Danville in '!!. to Kentucky. Gov. Bradley recomLi'MiiKit for the gallows on which Miss LiafA Palmhk, of MadUon, Supt. J. W. Rawllngs has nppolnted mended me to Col. Whiteshot to raise was the guest of M1&ub Clara and Nel- George Stephenson will hang is being him one of his county examiners nnd Company F. nnd I am directed to call e haulod to tho by Dink lie Mention. the trustees of the Shelby City school for recruits for that company. No one Miss Mauuakkt McClakv, of Mt. Farmor. R. G. Jones has the contract have chosen him for the fifth time as under 5 feet 11 inches need apply. ReVernon, it the guoii of M1mos Stella to build it. their teacher und ho will begin Monday, port to me personally or by letter to and Addlo MeClary. TllKODOltEMcCltKK, who kllled.IIar Aug. 1st. The Boyle County Institute No. 40J E. Short St., Lexington, Ky. Mil. AND Mks. A. C. Mautin and vcy Sanders, also colored, In Lexing- meets at Parksvllle, Monday. 25th. Van II. Denny, captain. MIshos Mary and LIlllo Martin arc ton, is a Stanford product und was an vlltlng in Amloron. Mail advices recoived In Washington NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. unusually good darkey up to tho lime Mil. and Mks. T. C. FOX, of Danfrom Guatemala contain information to Out of suits that cost from $10 to $12. Call at once and get first choice as theso ho left here. y A Boston man will locate a cigar ville, wore here Tuesday en route to Goods will uot last long at the price. the ellcct that tho ponding revolution at Richmond. Orchard Springs. Crab Tim CYCLONE. Tanner Bros., the in the Southern republic has reached Crab Orchard, Ky. Sarah E. Wyatt has been appointed alurmlng proportions. But It is an ill MlSS COMNIC KlItJCl'ATItlOlv hlUt 0110 hustling McKlnney merchants, huvo to Louisville to t hor cousins, Mr. named thoir store, "The Cyclone" and postmaster at Corbin. wind that blows nobody good. The and Mrs. Kobort Dawes. the way they are knocking prices is a Amanda Ellis lias been appointed further information is given that Gum- Miss Minnii: IltTLKY, of Stanford, caution. Read their advertisement in postmaster at Elllsburg, Casey county. shoo Hunter, tho United States minisWm. Garrison, of Madison, is In jail ter, has postponed his visit to his homo has boon vMiing Mr. and Mrs. I. H. another column. for striking his father on the head with in Kentucky, owing to the threatened Saying. IJryanuHarrodrunrg Tin: Maccabee lodge here has takon a hoe. when he heard that ho was go- revolution. MISS I5YKDOIV1CNS Is gottlng up a party to go to Dripping Springs next on new life and hardly a meeting Is ing to marry again. Vt keep "the best" lino of held without a new member or so. Tho The Chautauqua at tho Baptist In Clay county tho small pox situawolc nnd spend about 10 duys. is having a financial success, of Grunt Co., lodge now numbors fit) nnd Its clever tion is growing alarming. A letter hurch Miss AlWNis Dlaink, Is visiting at her grandmother's, Mrs. record keeper, John B. Morshon, Is from that county states that about 25 Bio. Bowling tolls us, lurge crowds are partly due the credit of the new start. cases prevailed around Pigeon Roost, attending and bringing money. SunItobort niuln, in tha Wort End. . dally. and greatest wore LlTTLi: MUsOfl Clara and Frances Death. Maud Cooper, aged 11, nnd new casesparties developing attempt day will be the lastinvited to come day, AKo -- tlie best" Paints, Oils, VarnMies Lead, Colors and Stain. FltESCKIPTIONS careMl-- s and when everybody Is made an Unknown Cooper ar visiting thair tuaolier, daughter of Mr. Richard II. Cooper, of fully connounded from "tho best" drugs obtainable Your patronage Is always apprenoar Richmond to assassinate J. Lowis bring 10 cents for contribution. Ethel Wright, in the Wost End. tho McKlnney neighborhood, died ciated and It will be our constant aim to sell tlie best" goods at reasonable, prices. son of B. Howard Neale, the hand. Wednesday of typhoid Xoule, Mlts. E. J. PlllLLll'Sund fever. Sho was horseman. They fired two ! miii daughter, Mrs. James Hoy, of a very attractive child nnd her paronts St shots at him. which struck his buggy. KlngrtvJIle, wrhero shopping Tues- aro almost heart broken over hor day. death. we will ell If not olil privately LAND AND STOCK. , Jl'Dwi: J. W. AU'pRN, aecompmilwd u at miction on SATl'l'lIUY, OCT. by John Shanks and Klndriek Alcorn, That a fool and his monoy are soon Rnbeiistein won a race at Detroit the 87 Farm Acres. went to the Confederal reunion at parted was again illustrated in Louisother day in 2:0(i. On Hanging Fork ono mile from Huston-I- t ville, by Charles Emory, a Pulaski Atlanta. N i'll lin- Mark Hardin sold to J. 11. Baughmnn villi, on the Stanford nlUe. Of MirfeOa county hayseed. He was buncoed out ,t l'llBTTY good UkaHOSfO proved, with Iioum" of rlelit room, all the .10 shoats, at Hie. Co. outliotiM-wwell watere I and of V200 by a slick stranger, who sold Lufilo Menefeu and 0nla Ware good' fence. Snle Is for thu purxwe of Fayette county growers are asking $5 In tha current l?uo of the him two shares of stock in tho Klon- por hundred for growing hemp. u sntltftuMorv rite to liny or the uiidor.I''iii'il for further particulars or call dike Trading Co. and skipped. Oeorgotown Times. .. Carroll B. Hold's Bangle, selling 8 to on or a dd iv J. W. I'rje at Hustonville, A Lr.TTKK from Dr. Mooa Cook at Tin: State board of health reports 1, won over a good Held at Washington KyI W. Ilrve. Mrs. J. V. Tiddler. Mrs. Knto iv Nashxllle says It Is it mistake about his small ox epidemic In 40 II. Terhuno and Mrs. 11. C. Ilrudley. Laurel, Clay and I 'ark Wednesday. joining tho army, but that he Is willing m Jackson and calls loudly upon the peoA Falmouth tlrm has contracted for to do so when needed. ple, especially of this section, to be 200 acres of cucumbers. They expect Dlt. Wm. SllKLTON Is back from a vaeclnatetl. should be vacci- to raise 40,000 bushels. ! : month's visit to his wife at Nnshvlllu, nated when Children quite young and grown Two horses belonging to G. M. Lane, mannd will now push for the largest people every sevonth year, It says. of Shelby City, wero killed by lightAT McICINNEY triculation In the hUtory of the college. ning Sundny afternoon. Advocate. HriiT n Y a Blast. The L. k N. U The first now bale of cotton was sold Tin: Louisville DUpatch spouks of Harry (ilorainoll, of thu Danville Ad. broadening tho cut noar the crossing for tho benefit of tho U. S. hospital Wo will offer Summer Goods at man who on thu Danville pike and a great deal vocate. Any newspaper Prices Torn all to Pieces. fund at New York and brought 500. doesn't know how to spell Harry Giov-n- n of blasting Is being done. Frank Drye. La7arus A; Co., of Horse Cave, bought Children's fenrfs, le, l'ans, lc, all Call- colored, was hurt by tho premature noil ought to bo shot. 12 mules at prices ranging all tho way cot., lc. T'.c Percales at .V. 10 ami Mlts. M. S. HAUUHMANand Mr?. J. explosion of a dynamite cartridge, Percales at TUc. Ladles vests that weie .$100 for lft. 25 and 40c. goat IPe. Ladles' Slippers W. llaiighmnn are enjoying the de- wiine at wwrrc mere luesiiuy. ins from $15 for a small ono to tliNt we old nt from G.V to $1.55. reduced to lights of Crab Orchard Springs. Mrs. right hand and arm were consider some extra good ons. Glasgow News. 40 and s.V Hoys' Straw Huts Unit void for The wheat yield of Southern Nebras- ID and tftc now L'o at 5c. Men's Straw Hats Montlo Fox, of Danville, Is also there, aDly cut and burned and u Hrtlon of 55 ami !IOc. 15c. Men's good 0. CltAKT and sons, the cap was found under the skin in his ka was seven bushels to tho acre In 1S91 that were Shoe-- . SI.now Mlis. SALLli: Levering Coffee 1'c grade heavy and 11 bushels last year. This year, oraft,r55c. Arbuckles and 4X Coffee 10c. Morgan, who have been neck. i Walton and Prior to our usual invoico Aug. 1. Come to us for vour needs. at the end of the harvest, it is estima- 50 jKJunds medium llrtiwn Sugar for SI. 17 visiting relatives at HryanU villu, have pound-- , lirauulated Sugar for SI. Is pounds Tim stockholders of tho Cumberland ted at from 25 to 35 bushels. returned home. London ICentuckian. Valloy Standard Granulated Migar for SI If you liny Land Co. met at the First Na M. J. Farrls bought of Hood Worth-ingto- n si worth of other good lcldes groceilex. e and Mas. Guoitoi: Stl'aut llest Leaf Lard, "Kc. Hulk Meat. TV. tlonal Bank here Wednesday in annual .'10 cattle to bo delivered from We have a SIIS Steel Smoked Meat, s son, of Paris, aro visiting Mrs. session and elected the following direc 'c 10th to tho 15th of October, al 4e. K.inee, comnleto with all the veels. G. C Glvens. She will bo remombered tor: Vincont lloreing, Robert Boyd, the - lug are going the It is estimated that they will then nonre-- t to to give It to beansone ague-ipiart In by all the young people as the lovely J. S. Hockor, James W. Fox, John W. the ini'jilier of wetgli 1,100 pounds. Advocate. Jar Every SI purchase entitles you to a ' Miss Sallle Moore. I'ox, Jr., J. W. Hayden, J. A. Craft, lCe'mumber wo do a Spot The farmers and gardeners of this guess.Utislness. MlSSCS OLtVK AND ElTII! llVFF-Mi THE CYCLONE. Forostus Reld and W. P. Walton. Tho section are being exceptionally blessed Tanner Ilros., Prom , McKlnney. after matting many friends hero directors then Judge Bore-In- g in the matter of weather, the scasonnl d irlng their stay, huvo gone to Dan-- v as president; Dr. R. B. Whitridgo, year so far showing 210 degrees of heat He to sjend a short time beforo rc- -t vice president, and J. S. Hooker, secre- and ;i.5 inches of rain in excess of the irnlng to Lexington, tary. normal, with good prices ruling for all MKS. EliDIi: COOI.KY returned Wed...I.. A Bl'SY LIKE. Judge Robert Boyd, agricultural and horticultural products. Prattsvllle, Texas, on nesday from Times. "We will store wheat at a less price than you can store account of tho Illness of one of her of London, who was hero Wednesday, Louisville Tho IWO acres of land belonging to which it seems tho ollnmto of has spent a busy life, and hasn't been children, yourself. All "who stored last year made money. Also W. B. Cecil's estate sold at W0 and their new home did not suit. Mr. married either. Beginning with an $00.50 an acre, tho homo place of 1L0 election as circuit clerk of Laurel in Cooley will return in a month or bo. will either buy, store or sell you sacksto store. Call and acres on the Lexington pike, being E. ALlilUOHT, secretary of tho ISoG. ho was afterwards made county bought by tho widow at the former A. see us. Drodhcad Fair, was hero Wednesday superintendent of schools, then State price, and tho rest by C. R. Anderson IT ONLY COSTS billing tho town for tho exhibition, senator for two terms and llnally cir- at the latter. Thomas McRoberts which occurs Aug. 17 Jt. His cata- cuit judge for six years. In tho time ho bought tho 25!) snares of stock in the logues wero printed by James Manet, ran for congress, was tho republican Perryvlllo piko at Sl.'l.oO to $14.10. of tho Mt. Vornou Signal, and they are nominee for lieutenant governor in Advocate. 1876 and represented tho Stato onco ' very creditably dono. The Hustonvillo fair, Aug. 10 to 12, A and hit) district once in National conW. II. WinTSr.TT, lato Itr.v. $50 premium to tho was elected clerk inclusive, offers tho Southern Thcolosrlcal Sem- ventions. When ho To read every day In the year best double team; $75 to tho best roadinary, and family aro at Linniotta in 18.")(l ho tells us that he was 41,000 In ster maro or gelding and $150 to tho Springs. It will bo remombered that debt and had nothing but a very com- best roadster stallion, mare or gelding. Dr. Whltsett created tho enmity of mon suit of clothes on his buck. Uo Besides these it gives $25 to tho bett cortain factions of his church for mak- didn't tell us how much he has now, but New York saddle horse, $30 to tho ing ahistorical discovery that tho Bap- those who know say $100,000 falls far fanciest turnout and many other big tists didn't always baptize, that is In short of the amount. Tho old gentle- premiums. Thero is nothing small man is 04 und is as fond of getting tho water. The Evening Post has the genaround and turning an honest thousund either about tho premiums or tho COL. G. C. Wkhstkk and Mine Host tlemen composing tho association. Gus Hofmann wero down from Crab dollars or so as ever. Asked what is Market Keports. t'KESH LINE OF- R. E. Th acker has IS ewes, which main enjoyment of his life, ho said: , Orchard Springs yesterday. They toll the News. State 2S lambs. These wero weighed us that about 70 guests aro now enjoy- "Active business, with tho prospect of raised x iriuujuun news. last Saturday, and averaged a llttlo less liking the Springs, Col. Webster, who is ample pecuniary reward." While T Washington News. 02 pounds. Ho sold at five cents, from Indianapolis, broughthls wife and ing tho women ho had never had tho than two courago to marry one of them, and nnd the lot brought him $12S. Mr. Sam mother, Mrs. Helen Webstor, and OUU1 OlUilbO. 2d ewes on his daughters, Misses Nelllo and Florence, thoso who have had too much in that II, Hawkins had just Women's Page. 41 lambs. Twol"o of with him. His mother Is 70 and sho Is lino unite In saying that that's where place. He raised Children's Page. these wore weighed tho first day of enjoying hor first visit to Kentucky ho has made no mistake. Tho only Juno nnd tipped tho benra at 1,200 mistake wo over heard of him making By MaI1 0n,y very much. went oft the 12th was that of having tho editor of this pounds. Twenty-nin- e 12 Months 42.00 ., . 6 .Month 1.50 paper indicted for criminal libel while day of July, and weighed 2,0-1- pounds. LOCAL HAPPENINGS, 3 Month 1.00 94 pounds, and I Month ho was judge, because we would not Tho entire lot uveraged .50 J. II. Bacghman & Co. will storo glvo tho name ol an ollcnding corres- brought 3170. The income from his CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. Call Anil See Me. wheat again. Sco them. pondent, but as ho had tho caso dis- Hook of 20 sheop was $100, or a llttlo Sample Copies Furnished S7.50 to the ewo. Andorson News. On Application. School supplied, including a largo missed at tho next term of his court, over Dawes liought In Rockcastlo Charllo not much harm resulted nnd wo soon lino of beautiful tablets at W. B. kissed and made up. a bunch of sheop at $2.50 to $3, and ' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL' Chkap thrcihlnp coal. J. II. 3 BuurIi-min- 4 i i i it Co. I - State College ofKentucky, LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, 1 I ht begins second Tuesday September. I,. JAMES K. PATTERSON, Pl. Pres. How-lan- d. A. C.gIMB, STANFORD, Ky. &s IJu.-tonvil- lo l BIG DRIVE IN ODD PANTS ! court-hous- Black, Clay, Worsted, AT ONLY W. $250. fac-toi- vi-.l- E. PERKINS. Our Motto: "The Best." Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, lir well-know- n FARM FOR SALE --- CRAIG HOOKER: i of -2 m m m'm&mw$mmm3mm,mm l H up-K- iitH'0-..H- ry un-d- or dlvl-lo- n. m Me - Moiee j i i SCARED DOWN SALE. 1 i r--i BIG CYCLONE. -- Greatly Reduced SEVERANCE Prices .fi 1 A linnd-som- a One-1'rl- SONS. m mMmmwMmwmwmwMmmmmmi & N, Ca-.l- 40-4- m m m m YOU NEED 1 n. i A DAILY it M NEWSPAPER! prcsi-'dont- of 4 A CENTS J. H. BAUCHMAN & CO; WEEK The Louisville Evening Post. Stanford Female College. Next session will open Sep. 5th. WILLIAM SHELTON, Prin. -- V rates . ....... Dry Goods, Groceries And Genral Merchandise. Every Thing Way Down. MARK HARDIN. j- Me-Rober- STANFORD. i - . s . i " r rfff& MIDDLEBURG. THETINTERIORJOURNAL u.Tollfili.ad.'X'va.oaAtJors J. M. Durham, like flic ted with bolls. Job of old, is n nf- - andTildavs will be charged. W. T. Durham is working force of men petting out staves largo mean? on Casey I called one nv thlm Johnnies a liar mid he says to me, says he: "Tu quoque." Now, what might that Dooley Double Ilcirret. thk tiiiki) session or 32 PKUYKAUIN ADVANCE When not noplda2.eo EMI KENTUCKY CENTRAL n TIME GSBD. DIVISION. No. 5 Arrrlvcsat Stanford at 1:0 A. M. No. 4 Leaves fetanford at - 2:10 A.M. No. 21 Arrives at Howlaudnt - 12:00 iiaV. M. No.2J Leaves Stanford at - 3:40 r. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. No. 24 Train going North " No. 26 " " outh No. 25 " ..12 37 p Ui .. 2 41 a ui ..12 41 U1 .. 1 27 p in No. 23 " ForalllToluts. KO'JGII TICKETS SOLD. HAGOAGE CHECKED THUOUGU. For any Information enquire ol JOE S. MCE, Agent, FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. Stanford, Ky. Trains leive Frankfort at 6:30 a. m. and 3 r. t., g and counectliiK at (leorgetown w.th Q. A C. Leave reach-in1 arts Taris at 8:40 a. m. and 5:10 r. M. Oeorge-towat9:20 A. M. andS.Mr. M.. conneetliiR at at 11:93n with (J. A C. and reaching Frankfort "' "nd7:SS5sKWl II. NEWTON, A. . V. A. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City as follows: 4 11 p m 12 02 p ni No. 2 North No. 1 South " 341am 1149am No. 3 " 181pm 1118am " 6 " No. 5 " 600am 8 05pra "10 " No. 9 " No. 1 does not stop. No. 2 stops only for passengers from South of Somerset It and 10 run no furt. ther than Junction City and 5 and C only to "4 fcom-crse- Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and dellclotu. t. Chelf's Ridge. A fine rain fell here Sunday and the prospect for the most bountiful crop of corn ever raised in this section is fair. J. M. Durham Sc Son are preparing addition to their to build a will mako theirs the largstore. This est business house in town. The meeting at the Methodist church is progressing finely. Good crowds attend the night services, and the meeting will continue through this week at least. John S. Coulter, Jr., the hack driver, has bought a new wagon and Is now prepared to accommodate the traveling public In fine style. We are glad John is enjoying a prosperous business. Fred Durham was 10 years old Saturday and weighed 2o0 pounds, but that was live pounds lighter than he was some weeks ago. By the way, Fred Is correspondent for the Cincinnati Commercial Tribune, but that don't mean thnt he Is a republican. When Rev. Slmer went over to Rocky Ford on the 9th, Inst., to fill his appointment the news of his escapade bad preceded him and his brethren over there refused to allow him to preach until his case was Investigated in the court. It is reported that they urged him to open his grip, when an ugly pistol was disclosed. He said though It was out of fix and a very harmless one. There is some sympathy expressed here for his wife and three small chil dren, but none for the preacher, who, it seems, is a pretty bad egg. It was thought that he would shake the dust of this city from his feet but we have just learned that he will begin a protracted meeting at Wall town In the near future. 20-fo- Casey Fwat! An' I let mn get nwny wldout hltUu' uinl Ah, that is what a man gits for haviti' no educa- other." It means "You arc an- A Beautiful Ky. Wesleyan Academy Present 2?jwfeg? NtrouNO or At Buriislclc, Ky., Begins Thursday, Sept. 8. The Acndomv for routing oloti lint Pull l Faculty of Five Teacher til rollege' graduates. Enrollment InstyenrIM, Excellent otir.3R offered In Latin. Hreek, Gi'rmiin, Trench. Eugilidi. Mnlhuinntlo.Pi'l-enci-j- s History, Music. Orntorr und Physical Culture. Terms iiioilorutu. Hoarding department N till th.ttcould be nNbed In way of comfort nnd convenience. I'or pnrllculuM und Catalogue, mldre- - tin Principal. Exif-tlt'iicu- tion! Vanity Fair. Well llvnaonpil. Teacher What are microbes? Pupil They are animals thnt one never sees. Teacher Very good. Now give me Teacher Whatl the elephant? EH nn example. Pupil The elephant. How's "'oVaSfflWiiaAr tkimtarcm vnu to m And now come When to take And he rests eo That for ono Pupil I never saw one. Judy. Viicntloii Time. that? FREE for a few months to all uscri of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron Brand). To induce you to try this brand of starch,so that you may find out for yourself that all claims for its superiority and economy are true, the makers have had prepared, at great expense, a series of v .11 JAMTj0 DOI.I.KV. M. A. LOUISVILLE HOTEL Louisville. Ky., AMERICANS EUROPEAN The Ladies Restaurant is the llncst iu the city. Every convenience for Indies Hpcudlng the dtty iu the city. UenllcnenV Cafe on otlk-- lloor. tired. Philadelphia North American. back the vacation days. a good rest man Is Ilred; hard In ten days' time whole year he's dead dog GAME PLAQUES exact reproductions of the $10,000 originals by Murille, which will be given ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below. These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference, are free of any suggestion of advertising whatever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. No manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its customers. They arc not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only in the manner specified. The subjects are: American Wild Ducks, American Pheasant, English Quail, English Snipe. handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each The birds are Plaque is bordered with a band of gold. you rnucociTV. THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. Music Matiugt'r. Tuesday, ThiirJtlny nnd Stmdny hvenin'. Excursion Hates CHAUTAUQUA LAKE, VIA ELASTIC STARCH has been the standard for 25 years. TWENTY-TW- O How To lx GttThtm: MILLION packages of this brand were sold last year. That's how good it is. ASK YOUR DEALER to show you the plaques and tell you about Elastic Starch. Accept no (Flat Iron Hriimh.nri entitled ton. rolTefrom their trroeer one of Ihrsn beautiful tlame t'laquei frc. Tim plnqiiM will not Iw ent by mull They can bo obtained only from )ur KNKer. All pnrrlmorii of thrce 10 cent or .Vent iMicknm of Kinetic Btnrch ''Big Four Route, ip Finkst Si:r.vii i: K tu Orreiu'i) "V-TVTv TVJ. llw, A d. The Muttt; i'll." m--- substitute. Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. Po not delnr. Till offer I for n short time only. Hotwn AM No. 18. Tii.viN J5 "hBnlUwMUm UmIIpJ" HUBBLE. lie Und n Illll. Swell Here comes Lunncut, the tailor. He looks ns if he Intended to speak to us. Second Swell (nervously) Let's turn into this side street and hide in e the nlleywny. I don't like to instead. with people in trade. X. Y. Miss Mattie White and brother, Weekly. Jake, have reached Denver, Col., and Absolutely Purs Suiiponlnir. report their brother, George, who has She Suppose you were going to some time for his health, in been thsre better condition than they expected to propose to a girl, what would you sny? VORtC ROYAl SAKINO POWDER CO., find him. Miss Gertrude Grlftln, of He Oh, something simple and direct, my wife?" Supposlike: "Will you Somerset, is visiting Miss Lizzie Lay. ing you were thebe girl, what would your Miss Mosell Miller, of Rochester, 111., answer be? is visiting her grandmother, Sarah She "Yes." Harlem Life. Eubanks, of this place. George Wood MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. Couldn't JiiiIkp. has gone to Chattanooga to buy some : "What kind of people nre those who sheep. Miss Mamie Lynn, of Stanford, have moved into the next house to you, Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd Is visiting Mr. George Wood and fami- Mrs. nrown?" Portera ly. Dr. Herring reports Henry Ball table. Everything "I don't know n thing nbout it. They 89 meet ail trains. poorly with heart trouble. Miss Mary didn't get here until dark nml I hnd no Etta Carman returned Friday from a chance to see what their furniture was S. lengthy visit in Lexington, bringing like." Chicngo Post. Xot U ft vnl her sister, Mrs. C. C. Sink, home with JSurgeon her for a few days. W. P. Bourne is "I suppo&e your wife misses you a Dentist, down with chills. Miss Lena Bright, grent deal," Inquired the Uoston womof Stanford, is visiting Mr. B. W. an of the man from Chicago vho was waiting for her husband. Dr. J. M. Acton, 'OlHcoover McKoberts' Pru? Store In thcROwsley Givens and family. "Well, no, mum. Fer a woman sh Uulldlng. of Eubanks, was here this week on has a remarkably straight aim, mum," business. was the reply. X. Y. Journal. mi akS0 HE There is the finest prospect for corn crops that has been for years. Mrs. Eliza Harris sold some corn to George Lawsou for 82 at the crib. George Wood sold to Jos. McCarley a lot of mountain lambs at about 4c. Elder George Gowen writes us from New York City that he will not be at bis appointment here on 4th Sunday afternoon, but will be here pn the 1st He' pone to war, and ere he went He gave to me a solitaire Ah, tne! Now I'll Just bet a cent That he'll come back unscathed from thtre! Chicago Dally News. Farmer Won't you miss the noise and bustle, now you are living In the country? Child O, no! Mn hns brought the baby twins with us! Judy. A Troubled .Mnlil.-n- . ft Mike Oo OtitWn. dii-ii'Mk- sr.uvcr. and Trtti' K. Mitr t C- -5 ( all on ami full IntwritiattoD. I. 'Shl. of tli UU I'uur lUul i..n IMIVSA1I Am !', i'nsl'u- fur A Itckctj II (. ! McCOHMIl UAItHI.NJ IA St Tkt Aid CD - e a 5 5 - FIRE INSURANCE rirst nsso-cial- a 0 C5 Insurance Company OP HROOKLYN. POWDER Caledonian Co., : Insurance Mason Hotel Kentucky. first-clas- s. lancastcr, GLASSWARE. Glassware. Most Any Thing You Want In Glass For 10c. HIGG-IN- 01) Scotland. KOUNDItD 1HOC. R.B.MAHONY.Agt, e MMSroilD. KY. A. PRICE, See Our 10c Counter of The H. C. RUPLEY, Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Kv., 'Stanford, Ky. Is Rccelvlufc'iiis Fall And Winter Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. JUNCTION CITY. Junction City Is TINNING & PLUMBING, this Summer than doing more building Stanford, for Mr. STANFORD, KY., W. A. Reynolds Is erecting a large residence on Hill street, Dr. Is now prepared to do nil kinds of Plumbing and Tinning. Solo proprietors of Dean's Steele, one on Shelby street and Mr. Black Diumond Roof Paint. Telephone No. Shanks one near his store-rooThe Shop on Mill St.. oppslte J. 20, residence. colored order of Samaritans are buildII. Haughman &. Co.'s Mill lodge loom ing themselves a near their Baptist church and the colJ.G-JtfcCkAored Odd Fellows one by Mr. Mober- Y ly's shop. The Knights of Honor and the Ladles and Knights of the MaccaHa bees are negotiating for the purchase of a lot and the trection of a lodge room, by means of a joint stock company, to be used by each of the lodges in turn. 21-- tf two-story J. T. Jones, m Suited Her Cnc. "Countess, I hope you will see my new comedy, which is to be produced evening." "IJut you know I am In mourning." "O, that need make no (inference the play isn't so funny!" Fliegcnde Uluetter. II In S & McKINNBY. Farmers Bank&Tnist OK STANFOUU, KY. Co two-stor- y UNDERTAKER! And Dealer in HARNESS, SADDLEEY, STANFORD, KY. TAKE THE MONON,' The Popular Route to c Excursions. The Chesapeake and Ohio Ky., will run the fole on lowing excursions to the will be good dates named. The tickets going on regular trains, to which nee. essary sleeping cars will be attached. On July 19th and August 11th, to Atlantic City and Cape May, via Wash&C. ington, round trip rate only 814.00 from Lexington and correspondingly low rates from other Central Kentucky points. Tickets good 11 days returning. On July 2Sth, a round trip rate of 813. will be made to Old Point Comfort, Va., Tickets good going on regular trains and good returning 12 days. This Is the best time to visit Old Point, owing to the interesting military maneuvers. Send In your name for sleeping car space or for tiny information desired. Geo. W.' Harney, D. P. A. Lexington, Kentucky. Sea-ShokSea-shor- Dream AVn True. STJTTOJNT, F&ld up Capital, 5200,000 00 Do you believe in First Tramp Undertaker, 17,603 80 Sarplus, dreams? We are now prepare.! to tilt criers lr the bet ol Iwlh for donietlc ami ibmlilug jur-0Hustonvillo, - - - Kentucky lly proTlslom of Us clurtfr, Second Tramp Yes, I do. I dreamt, Coal -, We alilcinitnrii re last night, I was In clover. an iUltom In ntlo!ial llinki, fully . Offer. to tbo Mle ofWit Unroln IU harvhuMvr) living IipM lnillrlilu.il' liable to Take in Es:hanse f:r Coal Corn and Hay, "Well?" nj C'atey count!e.. Kull itock ot rtiiuanl Ciuk t of the aiauiiiituf tbflr ilixk tbcrvlu t "I was asleep In a Wliuh we keep loii'tantly on liaml at the lwet et.ilwaT.un hind. the r Talut! tlKiitif, In u. Ulllou to tbu amount before laying In V'lir WltniT Cash l'rli". ?ee in U. &, Carenter. Manager. In mill !iir It imy act an eivi'iitnr. ad. 9i Yonkers Statesman. WAI'.NKUA I'IMtKIN. .unr.lv. uilnliliator, lrut(", Ac .aifullr a nit iuilltldual, Near ltot, &tanlinl ephone 14. thank, to tliwe io Iutc cuttutt-eTcndrrliiKour Ton rrovloux. tbvlr biuiiicfi to us, e trutt tbrf will continue Mr. Foster Tightfist SayJ let me to do to, and we oile' a si;uarantrfur iruuitat. Season 1898. trntlon to i.uuf our'JU vrar' ::TlriK' in bank, have thnt liver 1 loaned you last night, lug and aiUlnralcojiuiuodatlon. atuir contlitent will you? GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS with kiuiiJ banking. nir.Sv.TOKi. Mr. Spender For heaven's sake, Crab Orchard, Ky. J, J. Wllllami, Ml. Vernon; man alive, I haven't had time to spend W. 11. L'umudm, rrKtchcmlll; It yet. Harlem Life. I wish to announce thatthls popular sumJ. II. Owlty, J. S Owlcr,Sr., I am nnd liuvo been for two months loc-t- il S. II. Shank., WlllUm Ooocb, near the depot, liuvliiff In posuHloii the mer resort will bo open for tho mioiiimohi-tlo8. J. Kinbry, The Siniic llaolielur. J.I'. CmL, of gue.sts. Vjimlerpool House. I hsive heretofore tniido A. IV. Carcnler J. K. l.jrnn, The Dearest Girl It seems strange no utiiiouncetutMit nor solicited patronuge J. N. Mcurfee. thnt men will go to war for mere senti- its I have had to plvo thliifrs iiImiU tliuliouo , u general overhauling. Thinking this work TTTHSTIE S. ll.Sbankt. Prnldrnt: ment. bo able to give J. 11, Owtler Cashier; The Savage Bachelor Worse than sulllclentlv done to now V. M. Bright the patronaccommodations. I cll.r t month. Itcduued rates during tho that. They even get married for the age of the public, assuring them that espeFor Information In regard to rates, etc., cial attention will bo given them, so as to same reason. Cincinnati Enquirer. ' way, nddress 9. COAL! COAL! J. T. hUtt-rrlr?- prutt-ctn- ItiBi-xlni- hnj'-mow- ." ( d Vanderpool House, of u flrt-clns- -, 1893. llr-i- or-:v- is. I'rolinlil)-- . make them pleasant In every 8S A. M. LAM1IKUT. Give us a cull. po-ilh- lo fortieth birthday. pleasant Life. Miss Pert "Who could have divulged the secret?" asked thebankpresldent. "Some one must have told it, but who wns It?" "Perhaps," suggested the cashier, "It was the teller." X. Y. World. A ThriiMt. Miss rassny I dread to think of my Why? Did something unhappen then? Hrooklyn 2 T. II. WltlOHT, Crab Orchard, Ky. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OFSTAKFOUI), KV. Capital Steel: $100,000. DR. R. M. PH6LPS, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & BURGEON, SouttiBrn Railway nui'Q 0 1 ' Surplus, $15,750 mi Stanford, Ofllce over Si Kentucky. McKlnney's Store. UJiiiiy lw the mmi STATES Illgglns l'EXETKATES m have used Chamberlain's Cough neral." Remedy in my family for years and al"Xo; her gown fitted so badly that ways with good results," says Mr. W. she couldn't restrain her grief." B. Cooper, of El Rio, Cal. "For small Chicago Record. "I "I Too ."Much to Hear. didn't see the widow nt the EIGHT fu- GREAT ORCHARD -- ARE- Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Alabama, MUsUslppl. Through Sleeping Cars Dctweeu Louisville am1 the South. Amuse- children we find it especially effecOther Do the Worrj'ltiK. tive." For sale by Craig & Hocker, Kean Isn't your wife afraid to drive druggists. that horse? Steam Xot nt all. It's the people The California at Oak- she meets who are scared. land, were blown up by u murderous UUcovcrj-- , Chinaman. Six deputy sheriffs who "Whce-e-e!- " Hersaid .Margie, who had fTranW J. Reod, O. P, A., Chicago. were trying to arrest the murderer found a china nest-eg"hero's one zat E. II. Bacon, D. P. A., Loafevil!, Ky were killed. rvas laid Judge. CHICAGO. NOW OPEN. Cool, Attention of the public I. ralhsl to the fact that thl.W the otdr National Hank In Stanford. Under tbo iirovltdons ol tbo National Hank Act l notouly br tbo capital itock, dti5ltor but by tbo atockholder.' liability 'or mi amount itock io that dejoflllors of t hit equal tn tbe by a fuu juft.u,0uo. FItb .worn ttatementiol tbo condition ol tbe Hank arc made each year to tbo United Statoi (lovernment and Iu aivita aro examined at .lateu time, by Kovcrnment agent, thin aecurlns additional audpvrteU talut to ileposltors TbIia Institution originally established as the posit Hank of Stanford In iws. tneii reonrantzeil aa tne national naux oi sitmoici in imi anuatfalD reorganixed as tbe First National Hunk of Stanford In bi'l, ha. bad practically an uninterrupted exlit-enc- c for 3.5 year.. It 1. better supplied now wit, larilltle. for transuding business promptly and liberally than Ter before In IU long and honorable career. Accounts of Individual, fiduciaries, tirmi and IndlrldaaU solid .ed. aruM-cuie- l). DIKZCTORS. Fuse-work- s, Tit-Hit- s. Exhilarating, Ilcstful. Music, ments and Good Living. THREE DAILY TRAINS Each way between Louisville and Lexington W. A. TURK, G. P. A., Washington. D. O. W. II. TAYLOE. A. O. P. A. For Terms addess, F. Reld, Lincoln Co.; J. W, Ilayden, Stanford S. II. Haugbman, S.T. Harris, ' T.P Hill, J. S. Hocker, W. 1'. Walton " " W. A. Trlbble, J.II.Colllf.r,Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller, MU Vernon. Jl, D. Elmore, a tin ford. g, hard-boiled- ." GUS HOFM ANN, Prop. Louisville, Ky J, S Hocker, President; J. J. McIloberUJCaihU A. A JMcKlnney, AaUiUntCajblvr, orncixs. - ntt.t un