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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898072601 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. i SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVII. SEUGEANT MAJOll SAUFLEV. DANVILLE. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JULY 20. 1898. NEWS IN 4 NO. 41 -- r a 1 THE VICINAGE. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Tho colored people are making irep- t largest of II. W. Bowman, one of Frank Allen, wumis i:nti:ktaininui.ytj his nnsr nratlons for a great fair to bo hold next Barbourvillo's merchants, the assigned. Williams, 1") aged IT, and Miss Nora has were married at the lovk. .month.' i Miss Ada Blair, of Pinevllle, daugh- brides homo lu Gallatin county. Owing to the failure to arrange rates Camp Thomas, July 22 Thore Is ter of the doctor, fell from her bicycle Frank Owens, of Holly Springs, Mo., lighting nml rumor.-- of lighting, hut the Summer excursion down the Customer of ours. We wil give you the and broke a leg. shot himself when he learned that his abandoned, hit" in my humble opinion will tucky river ha The governor refused to pardon Win. wife had gone driving with his brother. Garland, the ton of Mr. Virgil the 2d Kentucky ever see. Three weeks Wm. Todd, of Madison, convicted for Earnest Parsons, for the ago ono would have Judged from the Shears, died last week of diphtheria, life for killing his brother. Somerset Banking Co., was married rapid manner In which w were being This U the second child within two The general merchandise store of A. last week to MUs Ida. the pretty daughequipped that we were coon to depart, weeks and tho family is greatly bo A. Humble & Co., at Russell Springs ter of Postmaster II. G. Trimble, of but now, alas and alack, otllcer and reared. had about $109 worth of goods stolen. Somerset. .Miss Mlzn Caldwell entertained at privates are nroparing to eweltor In Extraordinary Bargains in Fine Suits. Give us a call and see for yourself. George Baker, a former Lincoln Mrs. Rita Revenaugh Cut Prices. Suits Cleaned and Pressed. Merchant Tailmlduminor's Intense heat mid to alro tea Saturday afternoon in honor of Miss County man, was held In 3200 bond by here when Miss Elvira Wolf, who sang Syduor Miller oring. Suits made here. Big Cut in Shoes. protect themselves from the occasional Marie - Louise Mc.Murtry. Mrs. W. W. Commissioner Curd, at Somerset, for read, has sued her husband in Louishenry rains by putting lloor In their Wiseman gave a delightful dance Frl selling whisky at L'uhanks. ville for divorce. He has abandoned tents and making things otherwise a8 duy afternoon to 'MIis Virginia Dow Tho Lancaster City Council com- her and is living in Chlcugo. comfortable its possible. In fuct the man's guests. promised with the local bankers for The sheriff captured it Pratt county, No. 136. DANVILLE, KY. A very interesting, though prospects for us staying here are now back taxos by accepting taxes for 1S0T Kansas man, while he was on his wedas good as they were some time since bac ball game was played in Danville and 10S, amounting to about 82,000. ding tour. Instead of handculling, he HMg4 MpB t'JivVt 'JV1'! d"rt.'4P'Plfc ..JMM .mh& kaMM''M'4'SM' for our leaving. Dewey's victory at between the home tenm and the Perry A Ulsimtch from Kiissell Springs says removed his wooden leg, placing it Manila, the destruction of Cervora's vllle club. Tho lattor was defeated by that Dr. F. A. Taylor has organized a jon the baggage car and got him home licet and the fall of Santiago have a score of 23 to 0. Many kicks wore company ol rough riders. They will safely. made against the umpire's decisions, demonstrated that there Is a oiiRlclont join Col. MorrUon's battalion of mounMiss Ilnttle Herendon, of Louisville, force on the Held of action ami unless which delayed the game. Danville has taineers. has sued Otto Ebelslsor, of New AlbaRight now a word about our Fa'l and Winter Shoes. Little Early hut assistance comes to Spain in a very arranged games with Nloholasvllle and County Judge Burnslde, of Garrard, ny, Ind., for 510,000 for breach of prom, we are eager to call your attention to these goods. In the first place short time many regiments will not yiii.tn.rti,. i.i s has placed guards at the on we have taken unusual care in selecting the stock nnd are pleased to AS, Miss Mue Wood, of Cincinnati, arriv- Richmond pike. The otlleials of the ise. She had dismissed a former suit, hmo the opportunity of snylug they but the defendent recently Inherited know that we will be able to a help whip Spain. The manner In which ed Friday to bo the guest of Miss road have made allldavit thut the prop- SoO.000. Smith. Mrs. J. S. Roberts, who erty was In danger. the U. S. forces both on land and sua ;w After having whipped her daddy and havo handled tho enemy has awakened has boon quite ill, is convalescent. The Richards Oil Company, of Knox been whipped by her brother, whom he tho rest of tho powers to the fact that Misses Mamte. Delia and Belle Cox County, tiled articles of Incorporation Secondly, the prices that we expect to put on these goods will be atattempted to shoot, W. II. Hogg mary she Is able to cope with nil comers and have gone to visit relatives In Greens-bur- with tho Secretary of State. Capital tractive. Thirdly, our styles will be exactly right. Every mother ried Miss Maud Shirk at Sedalia, Mo., 1 : Mr. Lovell Verkes Is visiting stock e2o,000, with II. W. Botts and wo Mil not, If I am allowed to express that has a boy or girl that she wants to shoe substantially will be with the consent of all concerned and .v! Misses Alfred Murray as incorporators. un opinion, have trouble with Ger- friends and relatives at Purls. These goods will be on hand in good season. ': now everybody Is happy. :: Virginia Leo and Mary Helm have many. Heavy taxes have caused the LexIn announcing the union of "two In& caused by the gone to Lake Chautauqua. Mr?. Janu- ington banks to slash salaries. That Old sores and hatred nocent and trusting hearts," In Monroe The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, KY, war in this country have all been ary Grundy, of Lebanon, Is spending a of tho president of tho Central Bank lato 111., the reporter of a local pa wiped' out by our present trouble and few days with Nicholas McDowell. Miss was cut from 82,000 to 81,000 and the county, wttw--- v per closes his Information In this exr wpw.i-mm' V .;'w'v.. ' henceforth wo shall light under the Mary McRoberts, of Columbia, S. cashier's from 81,200 to 800. Tho lat- pressive way: "The bride has been a in C, is visiting Mrs. Jerry Caldwell. ter, who is Judge Durham, resigned. Banner, which widow for live long weeks. Mrs. Charles McDowell Is with friends triumph shall wave over the land of the A Chicago woman has agreed to give A Rule To Furnish We Make That old fool at Vanceburg who, Prof. William Yerkes, 8100,000 to the Lincoln University to be free and homo of '.ho bravo. Indeed It In Louisville. when he discovered that his young wife is hard to realize that on this very spot of Faris, is with his brother, Hon. J. established at Cumberland Gap, ou the was In love with the hired man gave there uro men united In one cause, W. Yerkes. Mrs. J. II. Letcher and slto of the old Four Seasons Hotel. It Ml-- s Margaret Klnnalrd have gone to is said that John D. Rockefeller has her a divorce and a big wedding supwhoso fathers met here 115 years ago In per when she married her more youthdllTcront causes and sought the lives of Crab Grchard Springs. promised to give 812,000 more. ful lover, has been marrying some unl-toThere seems to be a thief at present each other. Courage and brains, Two grares were dug for Private with vast numbers and wealth, can In Danville who prowls around at any Forest Anderson, who died at Chicka-maug- a more. This time it Is to Grace Hill, who Is only 1, while he Is SI. The not easily bo overcome and the greater time of night, early or lato. Last week Purk. His family, thinking the old fool's name Is Billy McCalne. tho length of this fight the more thor- one entered the home of Miss Minnie remains would be sent to Flat Lick, On the authority of a license Issued now occupied by Mrs. Craw- macio every preparation, out tor some oughly will tho reputation of this by the county clerk of Madison, Judge bo OetablUhed as n military ford. The former was awakened early reason they were Interred In the Na All of the Best Quality, at the Lowest Possible Cash Pri- James P. Bailey united in marriage j)ower. Wo arc brigaded with the 1st In the morning and saw a largo Negro tional cemetery nt Chlckamauga. is to your interest to try us. ces. Mr. Robert Bowlin, of this county, and Arkansas and Oth New York. Gen. standing over her. She screamed and A dispatch from Barbourville says Miss Susati Moore, of Madisou. The Fred D. Grant, a son of the great mili- the man escaped. Mr. Roberts, who that John Baker, son of Garrard Baker, e tary genius, was our brigade comman- boards next door, says ho saw a Negro and Frank Clark, a negro, were killed ceremony occurred in tho and on the unlucky day of Friday, but der, but only this afternoon news came jump the fence. He effected entrance near Manchester. Baker was a cousin the .couple didn't care about that and that he had been transferred and now by climbing to a porch and entering u of the Bakers In the Howard-Bake- r window. One also attempted to enter feud. Frank Clark was not known to wont their way as happy as big commands tho 1st and 3rd Kentucky mid Mh Illinois, which will leave very tho home of Mr. Ike Lanier, but was have have had anything to do with the soon for Santiago. This is from a frightened olT. Saturday night between feud. Gilbert Garrard passed through Hobson of Merrimuc fame, Is In newspaper, but with all due rospect to and 10 o'clock some one entered the Sunday on his way South. Ho said he Washington to report to Secretary tlio pajhir, upon which I onco worked, house of Mr. Will Rowland. No one had to leave or be killed. His father. Long the condition of the wrecked I can truthfully say that they can not was at home except his son, who llrcd Gen. Garrard, whols eighty-seveyears Spanish ships and to secure the action live times at the thief and then wont old and has lived in Clay county all his necessary to save the Colon. He thinks always bo relied upon. It scums to be the policy of the ad- outside and shot tho sixth time at him. life, has been given two written notices her the finest ship of her class ever ministration to closo the war by fall, He evidently did not hit him, as the to leave. Is constructed. It was hoped that Votaw's fate would of0,S10tons, She an armored cruiser but if falling in this we may at that burglar could not be found. ' protected by plates six break up church disturbances In Mer(tto time bo ordered to take part in tho inches thick. She cnrrles 40 guns, inn goods, but Not old style, cer, but It hasn't. At Ml. Freedom, cluding J CHURCH CHATTER. selge of Havana, which I think will W&is h two and 10 the other night, five buggies and har- cannon. ' bo taken before the surrender have to Her speed is 20 knots an hour, (t A new Presbyterian church has been ness were completely destroyed during of Spain. and if she could be saved she would be yy Crescent Springs. the services, the minister's buggy beTaking everything Into consideration established at Rlngo Elder Geo. will begin a pro- ing one of the number. Taps were an addition of special value to our navy. ) il we hare u splendid and courageous regtracted meeting at Turnersville next IK iment and there is no reason why It Sunday, July 31. All are cordially In- takcu otT of nearly every vehicle there, miles The Suez canal is eighty-eigh- t m and when the crowd started for home long and was built under a commission should not take part in this tight. Capt. In Light Weight and Light Colors I will soon be present. they had all kinds of trouble. Young granted by tho Egyptian Government Mlddlcsboro, says he vited to PjIco, of Co. II., u While at tho Baptist Convention at : thinks he is the Jonah of the I'd, but Norfolk, Va., Rev. A. V. Sizemore, of men and their sweethearts tumbled to a French engineer. In IbO'J work '.V' d: Into tho road when the wheels came oil was commenced. tho bulk of tho regiment thinks it is Nowport, English capitalists met John D. Rockefeller, and their buggies, women fainted, horses c Ashby Warren. Ho they Jonahs, or told him the condition of his have since acquired a majority of tho . church, ran away and men were too badly bo thoy not, they would be sadly missed stock, thus placing the canal under the u which Is deeply In debt. Mr. Rockefel- alarmed to render assistance. rc by all who know them, should they practial control of Great Britain. ler said he would contribute 82 for They occugy and now need the money invested in theni. They will been to : fall. The luttcr especially has tolls for his squadron amouted every $1 collected by the congregation. POLITICAL u POINTS. be sold cheap. If you have any idea of the value of goods mo n loyal friend, ever ready and wilto 8110,000, which included the round ft Rev. T. T. Eaton says: Indicted ling to assist In any and all things that I" gamblers once when "We i.5 Hon. W. B. Smith, of Richmond, trip. .: Asher Caruth will promote me. Ho has been promo- was attorney, and that day the Govern- will stump tho third appellate district The young girl on Long Island who ted to the rank of n sergeant and Is or ( sent 10 blank pardons, one more for Judge J. P. Holwon. : started the "endless chain" for dime himfilling tho position with credit to In an address nt Nnshville William than was needed. I can take 6100,000 to a fund to equip the if!) contributions lU Look at them. Mason-Dixo- n self and company. Indeed If each Indi- and a shot gun and go kill any man In Jennings Bryau said that tho Red Cross society in Cuba with an ice discharged his duties as consci vidual line has been forever wiped out. plant is appealing for relief. She has Kentucky, from the Governor down, entiously as he, thero would be no ne nnd escape punishment." The judicial committee of the 27th received as many as 9,000 letters In a cessity for court martinis. John G. At McMihnvlllc, Tenn., tho other district will meet at London next Sat- single day, each containing a dime. til Lynn Is another who deserves all tho day an Evangelist asked those In his urday to fix the manner, place and time Although but 81,000 was needed she has good fortunes of a inuu who Is thorto nomlnato a republican candidate already turned over to congregation to rise who hud read a the Red Cross oughly Imbued with the Importance of pissago In the book of Hezehlah. About for circuit judge to succeed Judge W. society 82,500 and has 85,000 in sight. tho honorable discharge of duty and a dozen arose, some of them long-timL. Brown, appointed by Gov. Bradley FRESH LINE OF- will at the end be able to give an acto till a vacancy. Eulate, of the ill fated Vlscaya, is church members. The evangelist said: count that his ancestry will look upon "Why, God bless you, The Lancaster Record very perti morose aud rarely speaks to his brother there's no such with pride. These two will bear out book In the Bible!" and those who had nently asks: If the republicans want otliccrs or any one else nt Annapolii. It tho splendid reputation of their fathers arisen quickly sat down In utter con- to put up a candidate who is a typical is said that he shot and killed about and old Stanford will have tho distinc- fusion. gentleman, a true Keutucklan, a man forty of the men on the Vlscaya on the tion of boing tho birthplace of two To the Methodists of Lincoln county thoroughly equipped, and in whom day of the battle because they refused most valiant soldiers. greetlug: Your 4th quarterly meeting there Is absolutely no gullo, why don't to stand by their guns. A Spanish Judge Alcorn, Klndrlck Alcorn and for tho conference year will be held at they induce Hon. James W. Cnperton, seaman who Is serving as valet to one John Shanks stopped over on their tho church In this place Thursday of Madi&on, to become a candidate. of the Spanish otliccrs is said to be way to Atlanta mid wore greatly enjoy- night: Thursday and Friday nights, pre- Let it bo a case of tho otllco seeking authority for the statement. ed by their numerous friends here. paratory sorvices for the communion tho man. . Tho judge, being a war veteran, was sorvlce Sunday. Observe Friday as a Triplets were born to the wives of Cool Wisconsin Resorts.-Th- o ablo to entertain us with stories of day of fasting and prayer. Dr. Vaughan Combs and Henry Reynold?, on Monon Route via Chicago Is the proper Ike Call And See Me. tho lights uud sutrerlngs of many a will bo hero for business of quarterly Grapevine, last Alonday night! at the line. Write E. II. Bacon, D. P. A., u poor soldier. Even though we may conference Saturday at 4 i M and for pamph- s.imc hour and In the samo house, both ueo hard lighting our privations will preach at 8 l M. and will also preach Monon Route, Louisville, ro families occupying one house. The nover bo as great as that of tho Con- Sunday morning and night. This closes lets, rates and timo tables for all and entire outlay Is of tho male persuasion, Minnesota federate soldier. Unfed, scantily cloth- his 4th uud last year in the district. A sorts in Wisconsin, cheerfully nnd blessed with good health. Jackson nothing to give support but great many of you have nover heard Mlehigau. Information ed, with Rustler. undaunted courage, they fought to tho him or contributed $1 to his support. given and services of an agent to meet Lou The summer girl now affects a knap last. Let us hope the participants lu Redeem yourselves. Rors. II. O. Moore all parties on arrival of trains at isville and Chicago rendered free. sack. vVhen she wheels to a picnic or this war will bo guided and urged on and W. G. Cram will be hero to continby their heroic example. ue the meeting for two weeks. Come, Every soldier knows that ahorse will tramps off on a sketching tour she Rowan Savfluy. pray, pay and prosper. Your pastor, not step on him intentionally. It Is a packs her sketch book und pencils in a W. S. Grlnstead. standing order In the cavalry that If a wicker knapsack, which she carries on Hiort Bkidqi'Camp Meeting. Tho trooper becomes dismounted ho must her back, just as her soldier sweetheart camp grounds will bo full of interest The cost of our great civil contlict lie still. If he docs this, the wholo does when on the march. We will store wheat at a less price than you can store programs, tine this year with lively speakers, excellent music and crowds has been put down at $i),1S9,029,909, squadron will pass over him .vithout Special excursion to Chautauqua, X. it yourself. All who stored last year made money. Also of delighted and appreciative people which Includes all expenses growing doing him injury. Y., July Sth to 20th at extremely low Low rates during tho camp meeting out of the war, as well us tho actual Call and and speclul low Sunday rates for Sun- cost of tho military und naval operarates via the "Big Four." For tickets will cither buy, store or sell you sacksto store. United States war vessels of tho days, July 24th and 31st, will bo tnado states, those of the aud full information call on agents, or are via the Queen & Crescent Route. Spe- tions. Tho direct ontlay of the United second-clas- named after see us. after rivers, those of tho third address the undersigned. E. O. cial Sunday train service will bo run States Government in carrying on tho Pass. Trallic Mgr., Warren J. July 24th and 3lst, for convenience of war for four years was $3,400,000,000, after tho principal cities and towns aud patrons between Somerset and High and in the course of the struggle 2,858,-13- 2 those of tho fourth as the President may Lynch, Ass. Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt., Bridge. Ask your ticket agent for full Cincinnati, O. direct. Union troops were engaged. particulars, or seo small bills. ! " WE WANT TO- - Ken-'nar- y b'-o- n book-keep- er Best Values Your Buy. Telephone Jtf oj?ey Gat? Mid-Seas- , The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., , one-elde- d i lwfwANTTolAY I toll-gate- Zll-ph- g. i ft i . Meet Every Want In Shoes. CALDWELL It LANIER, 1 Star-Spangl- ed d School Books, Tablets And Copy Books, Pens, Ink And School Supplies It gov-crnmn- nl Ka-tha- court-hous- FENNY'S DRUG STORE. of Clothing ! v fl - sun-llowe- SS n 1 Sacrifice Sale i 1 1 0 ... i 1 1 shop-wor- 10-ln- six-inc- ! FRESH, CLEAN GOODS NEED THE ROOM! Ca-mar- i! YOU WILL BE PLEASED. i t J I H. J. McROBERTS. -- m e Dry Goods, Groceries And Genral Merchandise. Every Thing Way Down, MARK HARDIN, STANFORD. first-c'a- ss s Mc-Corml- ck, J. H. BAUGHMAN a CO. lS !' ' - ii wBrpjMBm-wggJffTf y -- WW" " "UK n(, SSmSiMM (ii. ,T:- - : I? 4 t ip m m, C. Vanoy delivered to J. C. Johnston, Frank- for vlnlntlnns of tho military laws aud of Boyle, 13 hogs that were born in McGrath deputy warden of the February last, that a verged 103 pounds, fort penitentiary, but did not choose for issuing Incendiary circulars. y at 3o. He uieo delivered to him 10 a Maj. J. C. Bryant, who had one for Eddyvlllc. Only one of the Price, of April pigs that averaged 1021 pounds Iuly 26. 1S9S many applicants for places from this with Wagon Master Stanford. Ky., section caught on, C. M. Norrls, of the 3d Regiment, took the matter be- at the samo price. Cogar it Co. have bought tho greater Lancaster, who was made a gunrd. For fore Gen. Brooke, who ordered Price W. P. WALTON. the .0 places there were over 2,000 ap- discharged, with instructions to lcavo portion of the whoat delivered at this plicants. Franklin county got 14 of the park. It will be remembered mat market. Their purchases so far amount them, and there is a story that Com- Price struck the Major a savage blow. to about 35,000 bushels, for which they Democratic Nominee For Congress paid from 03o to 70c. They have shipmissioners Richardson and Fennell As an indication of the alacrity HON, G. G. shown ped 20,000 bushels to southern markets' bagged everything In sight, turning which Southern volunteers have Midway Clipper. down Mr. George so badly that his res- - to march to Uncle Sam's defense, the Of Shelby County. B. G. Fox received yesterday of Jesse ignation is talked of, but it will doubt enlistment in New Orleans alone is reGen. Miles, after many delays, Is less tntl In talk. He eouicin t be maue markable. That city has furnished 0,- - P. Rlffe 101 lambs, weight S lbs., T. Mid-Summ- er Mark-Dow- n thought to have arrived in Port Rlcan mad enough to throw up a ?2,000 job, 000 soldiers and sailors nearly - L. Carpenter 210, weight Ml lbs., and of s GUI Cowan 235. weight SI lbs., all at waters with 5,000 troops and with Gen. with expenses paid. tlms its quota under tho President 3c. This lot of 012 will be shipped Brooke ready to sail with large reincalls. PEACE TERMS. dispatch from East. Hustonvlllo Cor. Advocate. by the forcements, It Is thought that Suuday midnight a Since this rale opened we have been taxed to our utmost to serve the immune Hon. Lucas Moore, Commissioner of Gen. Shufter was posted, stating that end of the week something Interesting THAT'S WHAT SPAIN WANTS TO Agriculture, says that the wheat crop crowds in attendance. We have added many new line, new arrival?, new price. 3,003 Spanish troops and 330 volunteer for the vicinity of San Juan will be Lower Price have been nmdc to the end that the sale will he more Inviting thin of Kentucky will be at least 30 guerrillas had been surrendered at heard. With Gen. Brooke goes the GEN. HHOOKE OFF FOIt PORT RICO. week tlinn over. short of what was anticipated. 1st and 3rd Kentucky, leaving the 2d San Luis and Palma Estriano. They Washington, July 20. Gen. were in a starving condition, and were The crop has boon Injured by rain since at Chlckamauga. very mad because It Brooke sailed today from Newport delighted at the prospect of getting It was harvested. Tho estimated averis not permitted to participate actively age for the State will be 13 bushels News to join Gen. Miles, who is oil In the war. After Port Rico, of which home. per acre. it apptars short work will be made, a Port Rico, but from whom no word The battleship Texas has been orderLancaster Cocrt. Only a fair of landiug has come. The First big onslought is to be made on Havana, ed to Brooklyn to be docked. FollowMas- crowd attended court at Lancaster yesFlorida, Second Georgia and Fifth if in the meantime Spain does not have In this Unloading SnK. ing her the Iowa, Indiana and terday and very little business was Maryland at Tampa are embarking the sense to quit when she has enough. sachusetts will be sent North in turn done. Of the 75 or more cattle on the Watson's fleet Is being put in shape to for Port Rico, the first Southern for the same purpose. The bottoms of Wo will odor in this tzh 1 lot of Straw market the following were sold: G. A. LADIES' SHIRTWAISTS. regiments yet named. make a big demonstration In European all of them are foul and most of thorn Hats foi men, worth 50c nt 25c, Swlnebro.ul 30 stock steers at 4ie; J as. London, July 25. A Madrid waters and he will comnel admiration need repairs of some kind. It is not Two lines of 50 and 76c lints at 35c. 25c and 40c, worth 50 and 75c. Cress a small bunclrof yearling steers special says the government has as well as crush Camara and anything that the Oregon may also be at 4 and yearling Sec our lino of Trunks nnd VhIIujm" ' heifers at 3$c. A message for Washingprepared a else that comes in his way. It has been docked. few aged mules $70. very wisely decided at Washington to ton for Armistice to discuss jeace It is now stated that the letter said Joe A. Cohnn brought from $40 to1,000 MILLINERY has bought about terms. Gen. Garcia to before cooking Shoos wait to oatch the hare to have been sent by San Francisco, July 23. Alarm01 nts treat lambs In Jossainlne durlnir the nast In other words no definite policy it. Ladies' spucial heel Oxford 2 J to 5, 50c, Gen. Shafter coraplnlnins e can not alliird to carry over n (.ingle month at $4 ier head and 4 j and 5c ing increase of sickness in Camp a to Cuba and the Philippines will be Ladies' hucl Oxford-- 3 to 8, 39c, ment of Cuban troops, was not written per pound. A. C. Miles bought from ladles' hat. Wo will offer the otitire Merritt. There aro two cases of decided upon till they are ours and the by Gen. Garcia, but by a newspaper Ladles' hcol Tan 2J to 5J, 75c, various parties in the county 20 000- - stock nt cost. varioloid. war is over. man on Gen. Castillo's statT. If Gen. MisH' Oxfords, 49c. 11.50 hut now 1, pound heifers at from 3$ to 3lc. He Shafter received the letter alleged to also Men's Work Shoes, 75c, WAR TALK. ugly ll.2i hat now 76c purchased some 250 pound hogs at Gen. Gakcia seems to be acting have been sent by Gen. Garcia he has .'lie, and 50 Men's Fine Shout. Lncennd Congro, OSc f 1 hat now 50c, light hogs at 3ic Jessain Cuba and Aguinaldo Is putting on There are now 357 sick soldiers at failed to report It. A lot of lndius' sailors 10c. many airs in the Philippines, creating Fort Thomas, Ky., sent from Tampa. During the engagement otT Santiago mine Journal. Men's Silk Finished Sn.pcndors, 15e, Curry & Forsythe have bought 0 the impression that we may have to The Spanish cruiser Jorge Juan, de- the Spanish officers are said to have Men's extra heavy Leather Holt. 25c, bushels of whoat at 07 to 70 conts. whip the Cubans aud subdue the Phil- fending Playa, was destroyed without kept a good many of their men at the ' 12.60 buys a nice Cheviot Stilt for tne u Dross Skirts ippine insurgents before we get loss on our part. for not B. F. Sanders & Co., shipped 1,030 guns at the psrll of being shot or boys, worth i4. through with Spain. The former Is Cornelius O'Conner, of Knoxvllle, fighting. Commodore Schley and other lambs to Cincinnati. They paid from 75c will buy a 1. 25 skirt, 4 to 5 eents for them und sold at 5 to 60c will buy a nice Duck Suit for boyu. said to be mad because he was not al- committed suicide because he was un1. 10 will buy a 11.50 skirt, American otficers cheered tneir gun 0.33. 00c will buy you a good I.tistro Cot as lowed to participate in the surrender Walter Terhune, who U buying able to enlist. ners for doing the real work on our fl So will burn fl 75skht. lnntr as they lnt, 3 dozen left. wheat for Trow & Co., millers, nt Madceremonials at Santiago and the latter, Including Gon. Ccrro Gordo Wil- side of the fight This Is one of tho thinklnsr himself strong enough to re liams seven confederate generals have strongest testimonials to the value and ison, Ind., has bought about5,000 bush- pudiate American control, has declared ,i!i t els at 03c, Otic, and 70c He say that ., i, ,.m U1CU SlllUU .1. UJU v USIA111U ICUU.Uli Ul valor of our naval force. nearly every body Is storing their himself dictator and proclaimed mar- veterans. whoat. Hnrrodsburg Democrat, law. If he persists in this course tial It Is now up to Miles and Merritt. LAND AND STOCK. VI An n stlncli itltAtt Hftll tliniA t11 Make your bets, gentlemen, upon which The Church Extension Socloty of to 10 D.veti Xcs'igee Lnundeied, Collars nnd nnd Cufli. rltt arrives and .he ,may have ,, fight will add another J. C. Slier bought of Davis Anderson the Methodist Episcopal name Church has a coram ana a guine. uorapiicauons 10 IWen Soft Front, detnchnblo Collars. 20 hogs at 3jc. to the roster of fame. received since the organization in lfcttl are arising dally, but the U. S. is equal 5 Dozen White lkidicw, Colored Ilotoin, now on sale nt 3Sc. Another etrort Is being made to have $0,020,000. Gen. Leonard Wood has been apThe society has aided 10,013 to them all. Call for your Coupon. A handsome pictuio gos with a fair at Danville. pointed Military Governor of Santiago. purchase. efery f 10 or 1 churches throughout the states and Boston has a Chinese horse dealer betrinnlnjr of the fiscal vear succeeding Gen. McKlbbin, whose ap- territories of the Union. At the named Gee Lang. there were 103.450 pensioners In the pointment was temporary. wine makers at Kholms. France. J. W. Flowers bought of J on n oou single State of Ohio. The number The insurgents display increased ac- S2 sheep at 53.30. have sent 1.200 bottles of champagne seemed then to have reached the cli- tivity. Aguinaldo has appointed naJuly wheat sold at Chicago Saturday to th hospital department of the U. max, but it hadn't. During the year tive Governors in the provinces and S. army. at 7SJc, a rise of H cents. 7,234 names have been added to the has organized a Cabinet. to James Herring The Uoach Hotel at Galvoston, Tox., sold T. D. KA2CKY, Manager. Gen. Shatter has issued an address to i John Anderson lists and the end Is not yet. In many one of the best known hostelrles In the of hogs at 3c. a small bunch , cases the marriage of decrepit and his soldiers thanking them for their uiuuiiiBiiriMinii-nnsuariisic, .Ml. iVerjiug anlstwn, Lawrencehurir. Pvnthl Kentucklan reports sales South, burned with a big loss. nun, versriiuee, eminence, lu'orKitown, 1 tnbethtewn Frankfort indigent veterans was reported, which endurance "Of hardships heretofore of The Paris Mnuckt.ort. Ind Florida will put 2,80v,000 pineapple on 100 fat cattle at 41 and OS at 4.70. means that the payment of pensions unknown In American army, Register says that J. the mnrket this year The Richmond At Santiago the Spaniards turned must be continued to their young wives m of Lexington Is delighted over the prosaverage Ohloan; over their cavalry horses. Only 143 W. Bales sold 4,000 bushels wheat at after their death. The pect of a boer garden. seems to go to war for the money there Wftre surrendered. The others had been 70o. LOOK OUT FOR TUP Sales of stock ewes at 5 and n cattle j killed for food for the army. is in it and afterwards. Harrcdsburg A highly enlightened Madrid paper Of the 277,500 men authorized by at 3 are reported in the GLORIOUS old Gen. Gordon was re- - Congress to be enlisted in the regular Saylnsjs. informs its readers that "the comC. Vanoy got 943 bushels of wheat oil mander in chief of the Airerican nrmy elected commander of the United Vet-- , and volunteer armies, 254.479 up to this ' of 37 acres and has stored it with J. II. is one Ted Roosevelt, formerly n Xew erans Association without opposition time have been mustered into the ser- Baughman & Co. and he will doubtless be honored with j vice. York policeman," who was "born near T. L. Lillard and W. W. Yeager, of Haarlem." "emigrated to America, the position as long as he lives. The Isaac Larlson walked from Estill next encampment will be at Charleston, County to Lexington, 00 miles, to join Eoyle, have gone to Michigan to buy when young," wns educated at "Hars seed wheat. vard nendemy, a commercial school" S. C, that city beating Louisville 1,070 ' Col. Colson'a regiment, but failed to some When you come to town. The The Ellzabethtown News reports sev- (there being "no universities or colto 801. The latter city is said to have pass. He was five pounds short in eral lnrn crons of wheat that have leges in Amurica"), nnd thnt his "bodyacted very short with the Association, weight guard" is fittingly termed "' rough only offering $15,000 for it, when it Quartermaster Mike Salter has asked threshed out 25 to 201 bushels. i gave 8100,000 for that pension drawing, for an investigation of where stock, sheep and cattle rioters."' The rate on fat of the land crowd, the G. A. R. worth of clothing went to in the 1st to Lexington has been reduced by the The Iowa Health ilulle'Sn publishes, If you think of buying But everybody seems to want to grease regiment while he was absent and for L. & N. from 527 to 812 per cattle. among many similar specimens of lettho fat sow. which he has no receipts. A majority of the Fayette county ters written by "doctors of medicine" The Queen Regent of Spain is said to farmers have decided to hold their in support of applications for pensions, Dr. Leonard Wood, of the Rough bo earnestly seeking to bring about peace, go higher. the following: skinning up the pole hiul at recent meetings of the Cabinet has wheat, confident that it will Riders, has been " . February 30, IS97. Sur: I sur- Split Lick won the Chamber of Com. of promotion at a rapid rate. He start- implored her Ministers with tears in eyes over a big field . tify 1 treted the sed rojer f tun lSq to merce parse at Detroit ed out as colonel of the regiment, was to arrange for terms of settlement. foarmerly his sumlk tub We wnnt to be tho first house thnt comes to your mind. Here nro It was worth J5.000. Best time 2:0Si. Date soon made a brigadier general, and was jined to his nervous sistem, but Gen. Shafter reports 300 new cases a Few 1'riceo. Cincinbepn annotated inllitarv now he has The Oakley race course near can't! "f !ever of u11 kind3 at his camP Satui" nati Is a financial failure and it will now it nir rotted of, cosing grate governor of Santiago. But they and hard of breth. Your allrise that fast, for all are not per- -' day and four deathH with none f,'om llknlv fit into the hands ol a receiver. Obt. 'ell(nv fever in four dai'8- Ho is D0W servent, , M. D." eonal friends of the president as Wood , J. T. Hackley sold to Cornelius feeding n. Spanish prisoners. Hack-lerHssell street, Chicngo, hns been re- -' is, and never doctered his sick wife as Ware, of Pulaski, and Lane & According to ollicial announcement, Wood used to. of Garrard, a hornless bull calf named Dewey nvonue by n unanimous j letters to the surrendered Santiago each vote of the city council. Illssell was n A DISPATCH from Atlanta announces territory and to Cavite, Manila Bav, Wm. Moreland, of Lincoln, has ship- hero of the Mexican war, a member of that our old friend, Clarence E. Woods, wni be delivered at the domestic ped about 2,000 sheep from this county. congress who came near fighting n grand recorder of the tal rate of two cents for each ounce. Kollcd Oats, 5c per pneknge. The woods are full of buyers. Somer duel with Jefferson Davis on tho relative bravery of the northern and southElectric Cyclo Oil, 5c per hottlo "" " " Gen. Gomez has expressed gratifica- - set Paragon. most creditably filled for years As) t,on 1 dozen boxes Mntches, 500 in a box, for 20c fl SmeB of the at thfi John Robinson, of Mercer county, ern soldier, nnd governor of the state it pays well his friends are much pleas-- . Governinent n BUpp,yInff Numerous other things that will pny you to see and hear tho price the needy has 50 mules of which he Is especially of Illinois, in which office he died, just ed for that and the additional reason of, Come in; no trouble to show you. 5140 per before rtie civil war. proud. He expects to realize lhat ,t iuub ib auuwa uuw uuuuiur js iuu uesu- - vince them of the sincerity of this Gov head for them. Mnny a husband is lost In wonder, elate editor of tho Richmond Climax, ernment. J. F. Cook bought of J. E. Bruce 120 reflects the funny genius of the Box-The American troops were landed at ewes 84 and of E .W.Lao , of Bojlc We keep pretty well posted on Rich-- 1 ParaDaque( tw0 mlles south of Man 40 Southdown bucks at $9 and glowing hand which spanks his chil-- I ., mond affairs. The Register sends us ,lr,,iKa ,v, nnat w uuut.t my, fcuua n, I.I1U Ul'DlUU UUU .r. Southdown lambs at 80.50. IUC J. W. ROUT.Manaobr. dren nnd serves up his cabbage is the its excellent dally, which, by the way, Callao. It is believed the Spanish n Ambrose Young, the j same hand which he used to write son-- I Mnin Street, Interior Journal Uuilding, Stanford, Ky. improves with each issue, and its week, troops will ofter little serious resis- - trotting horse breeder, is dead at Lex- nets about, nnd which he never kissed ly aniseml-weekl- y editions. The Cli- tance to the Americans. ington. He bred the famous Mambri-n- o without a sense of reverence amountmax comes to us Wednesday and the Details ofjtho capture of the Bay of King, which sold for 810,000. ing to rapture. y Pantagraph pays us visits. iVlpe, on tho northeastern coast of mL. i MnA Tniiwnnl Dnra thnt. tho There is no occasion for surprise in If an item escapes all of these, old Cuba, show that the town afterward wheat average in that county is 15 to Argus himself couldn't see it with his surreuuereu, unu mat two announcement thnt bicycle wno nave soiu the small gun- 10 bushels and those 100 eyes. "scorchen" do not innke good soldiers. for it. boats were captured. A company of have gotten 65 to 70 cents "Scorchers" do not even make decent Algol won the Wheeler Handicap at citizens, says the Chicago O. Leigh, who has been doing marines is In possession of the town. Eo It is a cold day when the Ilnltpd Chicapo Saturdav in the remarkable has become nn established Post. inThis excellent work on the Owensboro Mesfact the senger for a couple of years, has re- States does not capture an island or so. time of 2:045. Distance H miles. Her j minds of rational riders on the city j of the Jace. signed to take charge of the Paducah Tho second expedition to Manila rais- owner got $13,000 out boulevards. News and Clint Leigh, his brother, ed the flag over Wake Island, one of At the sale of Baker & Gentry's run who has been In the newspaper busi- the Marshall group in Micronesia, ners at Chicago Simon W. brought $2,- - j Brave old Gen. Calixto Garcia is as ness in Louisville, for some time, has compislng the Radack and and Ralick 200; Abe Furst, $1,500; Rosinnte, $1,000; grand In philosophy as in patriotism. Hardee Pardee, $2, 00; Lou Dudley, "I only hnd mangoes for breakfast," he taken the place relinquished by Ed. chains. fcaid, when calling on Admiral Sampson, It is expected that the first deporta- 81,500. They are fine newspaper men and are 1,050 bush- "but," he ndded, cheerfully, "I also had tion of Spanish troops will take place H. W. Herndon threshed much sought after. at Santiago Thursday, and as soon as els of wheat from 32 acres, making nn mangoes for supper yesterday." Tyler, who also ran with Hardin, tho Spanish soldiers leave, tho Cubans average of over 30 bushels. This is The report of the attorney general of and afterwards sought to defeat demo- will do allowed to enter the city. All one of the best yields vet reported. North Carolina for the year ended June cratic nominees by speaking around unarmed persons are, however, now al- Richmond Register. 30, 1897, says that there were no lynch-lng- s In the State at the expense of the gold lowed free access to tho city. n At the Union Stock Yards at in the state during that time. men's pocket books, has at last got Gen. Shafter let Correspondent Saturday ewes sold at 82.75 to something bis size. He has been ap- Scovil, who slapped him, off lightly. $4; wethers 3.10 to 3ic; common lambs Spanish names arc nmon r those pointed county attorney of Hickman at He expelled him from Cuba and three 4c; heifers 34, to 3ic; plain steers 4c, which, the nverage American thinks, $100 a year. correspondents of a rival yellow journal plain GOO to S00 pound cattle at 3 to 4c ought to go without saying. 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Tub prison commission elected E. F. whom ho found it necessary to arrest dllll-cult- - Glorious Saeeess FROM THE START. GILBERT, . The At The Louisville Store. Sale i PIS-CCS- S. pet-cen- t, 21.00 Never Went as Far as Nov uu-like- ly . 10,-00- Ladles' -- ...,, U.- - 25 Dozen Men's Shirts. whoop-insplrln- g i The Louisville Store. i-tttt"; I tmm Red Front . i first-clas- Blue Grass Grocery is Tiiere. Flour, Lard, Coffees, Groceries of any kind, - y, at-$5- 0. 25 Lbs. Dark Brown Sugar for $1. , ! po's-w- as I 7"""" jCubI i , at Blue Grass Grocery. , Q well-know- semi-weekl- I GLASSWARE. Glassware. 1- - See Our 10c Counter of Glass For 10c. Lex-luirto- Most Any Thing You Want HIGGINS & McKINNEY. - VJf F u THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., E. C. - July 26, 189S Walton, Is BrsiN'K&s Maxaguii. never too pood for work. That Is the rcnton wo uho tho best goods only. Penny's Drug Stoic. PERSMAllNPTdcTEtVlOSSIP. Thk best Geokoc B. Wijahun went to Llborty yesterday. Miss Jknnik Punch has returned from Louisville. Mk. a.s'U MitS. D. P. Hall are visit Intr in Eminence. Doits', to the wife of W. II. Brady, a boy their fifth child. Mil and Mits. W. II. IIlGOlNS went to Cincinnati yosturdny. MltS. ANNIK LASLKY U visiting i visit-lnj- frlendB Mits. her parents in Lexington. Mits. W. T. Mkiumke, of Livingston, Is visiting Mrs. O. J. Rowland. Miss Flohenck MykksIius returned from u visit to relatives in Madlron. Mks. M. E. Daviess has gone to vielt relatives In Bloomlngton, III. MitS. J. W. CAl'KllTON, of Richmond, Is visiting Miv. W. M. Bright. Miss Stella Hltlky returned to Perryvillo with Miss Nina Carpenter. Mits. Bessie Saundhhs is vicitlng MUs Ella May Saunders at Livingston. e. at Mitchellsbiirp. William Hamilton r Miss Kathkkine Biiadley, of Uoorgotown, is with MIssLueilo Mono-fe- Mil and Mas. J. M. Alvkkson pent several days with his mot hoi at Richmond. Miss Loiunk Biional'oIL of Hiawatha, ICas., is visiting at Dr. G. W. Bronaugh's. Dlt. I'KANIC WaLICUK and Miss Kstlll Wtitkor, of .Mndl-onre gutti of Miss Bulle Denny. MltS. II. J. McRoiilSRTS and pretty daughter, Annie D., aro visiUng in n, Harnxlsburg. Mit and Mks. Jam its T. Caiuok and son, of LuuisriUs, ara visiting Mrs. J. IS. Portinnn. Mits. O'Banuon, of Richmond, aro guests of Mrs. A. I). Root. n Mits. Dlt. R. R. Hoi'ltlUAN and nre up from Marion on a visit to Mr. II. C. Rupley and family. MitS. Al.HF.ltT MlLLltlt.of Craw fords- vill, lud., nrrlved Saturday to visit her sistor, Mrs. (.. C. Givons. Mlt. John Walteu took Dr. Steolo Bailey up to Corbin Saturday to so his son, Will, who Is ill with typhoid fever DR. J. M. Acton, of this county, an excellent young physlolan, has located nt Luncntor for the practice of medicine. Mits. R. C. Wakken, Mrs. M. C Sautley and Miss Jennie Duncan left Friday night to visit the boys at olill-droChick-nmauga. Mary Martin mid Miss Cath-orln- e Mits. J. E. Pokt.man, of Stanford, and Mrs. P. W. Green, of Mclvlnnoy, aro visiting Mrs. William Vandlvicr. Harrodsburg Democrat. Mks. Thomas MKTCAi.mnd family, of Jessamine, are with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Foster. Mr. Metcalf drove them over, but roturncd Friday. Miss Lt'LiE Williams, of JeiTorron-vllli'- ., sister of Col. Williams, who has the distinction of being the youngest colonel in tho U. S. Army, is visiting Mrs. J. S. Rice. Miss Sallie Dl'DDEitAK entertained a house party last week consisting of Miss Martha Whitson, Erlangcr, Mrs. Wic. Mulllnix, Burgin. and Misses Mary Carter aud Annie Taylor, of the county. Mk. THKKEwlllbc a grand bicycle pa- -j Fno.M Gakkakd. Tho LouUvlllc ton and return via C. ic O. on tho 28th. rnde on the last day of the Huston villa Commercial tells of tho suicide of John Six per cent will bo added to nil city Fair, bo George Weathcrford tele- Miles at tho Lakeland Asylum by hnng-In- g with a ropo made out of a bed taxes not paid on or before August 1st. phones us, which will be under the management of J. Beecher Adams. sheet. He was :i0 years old nnd hailed O. J. Nowland, collector. - - from Got it Cheaply. George W. Pal- some Garrard county, where a brother HuitKY up, or you wont get an oil or years ago also ended his life by gasoline stove at cost. They nre going lium, of this county, from which Mr. J. his own hand. Miles' father is also an L. Frohman tells us more guesses came, fast. Hlgglnsit McKlnney. inmnto of the asylum. Miles had been won tho suit of clothes offered by "Tho in the asylum for six or eight months THE showers of tho last day or two Globe," of Danville, for the nearest culminated In a thunder storm and guess to tho final ballot in the Congres- past, this having been a return visit. good rain yesterday afternoon. sional convention. Ills guess was exWalter. Dr. Bailey brings the act, 81 for the winner. news from Corbin that William Walter, The privileges of tho Hustonvlllo Many Failed. Only two teachers whom ho went to attend, died yesterFair will be sold at Hustonvlllo Saturday afternoon, July 30. W. D. Hook- passed out of six examined Saturday. day morning of typhoid fever. Ten Up to dale there have been 02 exami- days ago he was hero and left feeling er, Socretary. very badly. Ills friends told him he nations, of white persons, 21 of FOK RENT. had better not go, but ho said he feared My residence on Lan- whom got 13 2d and 3 Ilrd, caster street, well improved. Millinery 21 falling entirely. There have been that ho would lose his place in the railroad shops at Corbin, and went. His store for sale, all newgoods, lino trade. 20 colored applicants examined, 3 of Illness Mrs. Kate Dudderar. soon developed into typhoid whom got first, seven second and two 12 falling, we learn from Supt. fever nnd It was not long till it did Its "Out big ad. last week paid us third, deadly work. Mr. Walter was 2" years largely," said manager T. D. Ranoy, of Garland Singleton. old and a son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. tho Louisville Storo, who never misses Bkoke Down. Some 30 guests Walter, of this county. He was a most a chance to keep hts establishment be- from Crab Orchard Springs came down excellent man, a member of the Chrisfore tho public. Saturday afternoon in the big Springs tian church and highly thought of by ON Bail. Thomas McCree, who 'bus. Just this side of Hon. John Sam all who knew him. His remains were killed Henry Sandys, also colored, in Owsley' a tire came off and they were to have arrived by last night's express Lexington, was allowed ball in SHOO, compelled to walk nearly to Rowland and today will be buried about 10 which he gave and has returned to his before a shop was reached where tho o'clock In Buffalo Cemetery. wheel could bo fixed. They finally got home in this county. THE meeting called by the city counhere though and put In an hour shopcil to discuss the question of reducing WANT3 a School. Miss Nannie ping and taking In tho town. Mrs. Gus the amount paid the Water, Light ifc Watson, who obtained a certificate last ilofmann chaperoned tho party. Ice Co , turned out to be a ratification week, wishes to secure a school. Those needing suc.i services will please Chicicen Thieves. Knowing that demonstration for a continunnce of the Mr. J. R. Orndorff would move vostor-da- y old qontract, the numerous attorneys her at Stanford. and that ho had the best chickens who spoke, all favoring it. There is no Clock to Stof. Robert Fenzel In tonn, an enterprising thief deter-inli- n question at all as to tho desirability the public that tho town clock and even necessity for water and lights i o save hltn tho trouble of movwill be fetopjMjd this, Tuesday, after- ing for the town, but whether wo are not him-Kthem nnd getting a good stake noon for repairs, eo that those who deby stealing .'13 of the best Saturday paying more for them than we should pend on It for tho time may make other night. The same rascal or another and thus keeping taxes up to the limit. arrangements. entered the editor's chicken coop nnd It is stated that it takes S3.000 a year Faik Pkivilkcjes fok Sale. The stole its entire contents. There were to buy the coal used by the plant, but a amusement, refreshment and other only three, but it was all he had, while reliable man says he will contract to prlvllogos of the Russell Springs Fair, Mr. Orndorff had a few left to take to furnish as much as used last year for Sl.SOOandlt is also claimed that too August 2.'1, 21. 23 and 20, will bo sold on Livingston. mnch money Is paid for outside salarSaturday, August 0, litis. For particuSEKIOL'SLY INJUHED. Saturday ies. Be this as it may it is the duty of lars address I'. S. Rexroal, Socretary, night, Cap Brown, who lives at the committee to investigate nnd if the Kimble, Ky. and works at a tunnel near .j.iuu now pam tno company is more .. OOLLlSlON.'-Ca-- .h A: MeCluro's de- Ml Vernon, that Is being arched, de- than gives it a reasonable profit, a relivery wagon and a team belonging to termined to come home and sat himself duction should bo demanded. OtherBetulay Bros, collided In front of tho down upon tho railroad track to wait wise not. hvury stable Friday morning, knocking tho coming of a freight train. Tired Among the Chinese acofiin is considon of tho hitter's horses down and nature's swoct restorer soon overcame ered a neat and appropriate present for badly breaking the former's wagon. him and he slept. The train came an aged person, especially If in bad Both of th drivers, who wow colored, along and struck him. cutting a great gash in his forehead aud check and health. had narrow escape. Tho oil of the rattlesnake is aid to otherwise injuring him. No. 21 brought SOLDIEKS. Deputy Shorltr C. B. him here Sunday and ho was taken be good for rheumatism and neuraltrla. Owens was at Klngvill Saturday und home In a most precarious condition. saw a number of soldiers who fought in the Santiago baillu. They woro wouud- - GOT 512. A thiol, evidently a boy, od In the fight and were being taken to got into A. B. Florence's store about Fort Thomas. He says they were al- o'clock Sunday night by putting his Royle Circuit Court. most black, so badly were they sun- hand through a hole In a glass and unTim. Moltobort. l'hiiiitlir. agiilnst .1. W. burned in that hot counlrv. Guct, Ac, Ik'fN. fastening the catch of a back window. Ky virtue of n juiImont of tho Iloyle CirThen bu got a ladder nnd cllmbod over This weather has been oppressively cuit Court in the above styled ca-tenderhot, the mercury coquetting in the day into the room, when he immediately ed nt the January term. Im7, tlieteof. I will, on near tho contury mark and reluctantly went for the cash drawer. He opened It all right, but tho ring aroused Mrs. leaving it only a few degrees at night. Monday. Aiijj, 8tli, 1898, C. Florence, who In turn awoke her The showers that fall aro only tempo- J. t. Iletween and o'clock, r. m., or rary reliefs, the humidity afterwards husband. He ran down and covered tho first day of the August putting one into a par boiled state. tho back way, while Albert guarded term of the Lincoln County Court.) sell to the highest nnd liest bidder tit public outcry Showers aud cooler are promised for tho front. They were sure that they beforo tho In the town o'f had tho thief prisoner, but when they Stanford, Ky.. the follow door described prop-Tting Tuesday. got weupoiid and went in to explore the Iz: Dead. Maj. A. V. Harris, cashier game had ilown. As only a small hand Two Tracts of Land, of tho American National Bank of could have gotten through the hole in Situate in Lincoln county, Ky., and boundNashville, and father of Miss Marllu tho glass and as the tracks were small, ed ns follows: Harris, who visited Mrs. W. P. Wal- Mr. Florence thinks the thief was a Flrt Tract lies at or near the town of ton last year, died suddenly in tho lav- boy and is sure thnt he will yet be Crab Orchard aud situate on both lilt's of tho Wilderness turnpike road, atory of his bank Saturday. He was caught. Ho got 812 mostly In qunrters the land- - of Mrs. FarrK It. H.uu'l adjoins IlronauL'h. Charlo- - Adams and Geo. Jame- -' heirs. Ina gallant Confederate boldier, rising and small change. cluding lands Inhorited by .T. W. Guest from from privato to major In the urmy of A Bad Man. The Spencer Courier Ids fattier, Jacob Guest, and containing tho Lost Cause. about ilft acres. first-class, ad-dro- ss no-titl- Only 9in to Old Point from Lexing- Stanford Female College. WILXIA5I SHELTON, PRESIDENT. Study in Literature, Science, Music, Art and Elocution, under cultured and experienced teachers ''pccial attention given to Primary and Preparatory Classes, Call nt the College and get n copy of our New Catalogue, or writo for one to MRS yAXSIE, S. SAUFLEY. Lady Principal, Stanfoul, Ky. 3 Next Session Will Open September 5th. Full Course of State College of Kentucky, LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, Offers instruction in Agriculture, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineerine Civil Engineering, three lines of Scientific Study, viz- Mathematical, Biological ami Cliemical, Claics nnd Pedagogy, each of which leads to a degree. Tweiitv-EicProfessors and Assistants. Laboratories and museums large and well eqnitmed County appointees receive free tuition, uintrictilnttnn. fuel ami lwta n.,.i ,.. L." 1 raveling expenses also given to appointees who remain the full collegiate year Board in dormitories SU.25 per week, in private families $2 50 to f 3. Board n books and washing need not exceed J120 per year. ht ni-for- m, I For catalogues and other information apply to Fall Term begins second Tuesday In September. Preliminary Examinations first Monday in September. JAMES K. PATTERSON, Pli. D., I,. I,. D., Pres. BIG DRIVE N PANTS I i Black, Clay, Worsted, if AT ONLY 52.50, Out of suits that cost from J10 to $12. Call at once and get rim choice Goods will not last long at the price. as theso k W. E. PERKINS. Crab Orchard, Ky. Tur-nersvll- le Our Motto: "The Best." We keep -1 "the best" lino of Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, AKo "the best" Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Land, Colors and Stains. FKESCIHPTIONS carefully compounded from "the best" times obtainable. Your patronage is iilwuys appreciated and it will be our constant aim to sell "tne bet" goods at reaonablo prices. i) "in m . m 11 -- nissB3 mm w OR AFC & HOOKER. w&m&mmm&m&mw&mg' 1 1 1 e, 1 .'! tlierea-nbou- (iK-In- i m First Come, First Served, Per- - 1 II '4 1 n Court-Hou- se y. p Last Lot of 5c 36 Inch fa : m 1 u i iK-"- -- cales We will show this season. Some goods in these 'AM William Goocii, of the Gilberts Creek section, is back from Martinsville, Ind., where ho went for a liver and stomach trouble. He wns not improved by his stay there and is yet very sick. MK. J. R. OllNDOKFF and his excellent family left yesterday for their new aud pretty homo at Livingston. They will nil bo missed, especially Misses Nclllo and Mary, who were great favorites with their young friends. SUl'EKINTENDENT J. F. Cook, of the Lexington Union Stock Yards, spent Sunday with his parents in this county. He is wonderfully well pleased with tho progress the yards uro making, and says that 1,600 sheep and 200 cattle were disposed of Saturday. Misses Jane Todd Watson and Anno Cook Huffman, of Lexington, Amanda and Margaret Rodes, Amelia Yorkes, Emily Letcher and Mary Vincent Hugely, of Danville, and Linda Miller, of Stanford, form a lovely house party with Miss Mary Reid at Mr. Forcstus Reld'e country residence. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. The L.& N. ia laying steel rail from hero to Livingston. School supplies, including a lurgo lino of beautiful tablets at W. B. By tho explosion of an combustible, the storo of James Hutchlngs at Preachersvillo Sunday, was damaged $.00 worth. ts. Explosion. unknown m ON court day, Aug. 8, at will sell my household and niture, wugon, plows, harrow, harness, fcc, at my residence on Danvillo Ave. J. B. Higgins.. M. I kitchen fur10 A. devotes a column to Win, McCoy, alias Second Tract Helng tho land conveyed THE Russell Springs Medical Socie- Crawley, who was recently arrested in to J. V Guest bv tho Master Com'r of "tho Llnco'n Circuit Court, on behalf of Karris' ty, Dr. J. T. Wesley, of Mlddleburg, that county for the murder of his heirs, and containing 15 acre or so much David Whitehead, in Gar- of said lands as may bo necessary to pay or president, will hold a big meeting at S2,'sl0. Russell Springs Aug. 4 and 5. Many rard county, eight years since. Ho was ral-- e tho sum ofwill bo made on a credit of Teums. Salo doctors arc down for Interesting papers, arrested for the shooting of Dick Cal- six and 12 months, equal payments, and tho while Dr. J. G. Carpenter, of Stanford, vert four weeks ago and while in jail purchaser will be required to execute 1kihI, with approved surety, payable to tho underwill expatiate on "Appendicitis, Pa- 'stories of his former crimes began to signed, having forco'and'effect of a judgthology and Treatment," and also tell be told and on tho strength of them tho ment, and bearing interest from day of sale paid, at six per annum, and "Why Doctors Often Make Fulluics." authorities of Garrard wero conferred until Hen retainedpercent,property as addiwith on the - m with, when County Attorney Letcher tional security for tho pavmeut thereof. CM AS. C. FOX. Not Tkue. An Item is going the Owsley and Jniler Ross went to Spen Master Comr. ltoyio Cir. Court. rounds of the press that a cer. The latter fully identified McCoy under tho war revenue law is required and ho and Mr. Owsley thlnu there isa on mnrriago licensee, but such Is not hanging or a life Imprisonment ver! tho case. County Clerk G. B. Cooper dict in storo for him. McCoy hnd been saw the item and finding no ground for living very inoffensively in Sponcertill sold before, wo will sell it under tho law, went to Collector ho shot Calvert.He served a term in tho at If not on privately SATUKDAV, OCT. 1, ISO, u auction John W. Yorkes with reference to it. penitentiary but wus pardoned by Gov. Farm 87 Acres. Tho collector told him that no stamp Blackburn, who thought he was dying On Hanging Fork one mllo from Hustonwas required that he could find and to of consumption, when he had cotten vlllo on tho Stanford pike. It is well Imgo ahead without them unlcau he got his emaciated appearance by starving proved, with house of eight rooms, nil tho necessary outhouses, well watered nnd unorders to tho contrary. himself. He went back home, laughed der good fence. Sale is for tho purpose of u satisfactory division. Wrlto to any tho It Wasn't a G hound Hog. For at tho his desperate governor and re- - undersigned for further particulars orof call career. on or address J. W. Drye nt Hustonvllle, some time Mrs. Simeon R. Cook has uewed Kv. had her frying size chickens killed by W. Drye. Mrs. J. P. Fiddler. Mrs. The Gentky Reunion. Gen. W. U.J.Terhuno nnd Mrs. K. O. Bradley. Kato 40 what she supposed was a ground hog H. Gentry writes us that the Gentry and growing tired of it, her husband special train will leave Lexington at set up search for the destroyer. A few 10 a. m., Aug. 1, and go via. Danvillo night ago he located in a tree what ho Junction City and ! : Stanford, at each of thought was tho author of tho trouble which places he hopes to get largo and he was not long in going after it. AT McKINNEV. delegations. Col. T. P. Hill has been About the tlmo ho got in reaching disspecially invited and will likely go, tance, there was a familiar sound, and und Mr. John Bricrht will bo on hand to his horror he found that ho had been to tell how Gen. Gentry won his first! Prices Torn all to Pieces. d pole cat. chasing a saddle. Tho obiect of the reunion is to ' Children's Scarfs, lc. Fnns, 1c, nil togeiuer as manv as possioio oi)coes 4c 7,,c iercu)cs Ilt 5e, j0 nnd 12c Tins is too good n one to keep out of print. A number of gentlemen were the descendants from tho Revolution- - Percales at 7Hc. Ladles' Vests that wero Slippers W a discussing at Danville the causes of ary soldier, Richard Gentry, (who is that J'"'1, cnt from 05c to SI. j)'08'reduced to '.'5, Gov. McCreary's defeat. After all had burled near Crab Orchard Springs, on ' 40 nnd 85c. Hoys Straw Hats that sold for 10 now K ut Straw Hnts expressed their ideas of the reasons, a the "Old Gentry Place,") his brother thutnd 15c 25 nnd aoc, 5c- - Mt,I'8 Men's good were now 15c. David, two sisters, Winule and Oney, 'graj0 heavy Shoes 81. Loverlng's CotTeo 9c fellow who hadn't said anything before a for 25c. Arbuekles remarked: "You aro ull wrong. I can and of his uncles, Martin, Watson, Wil- - or jwumls medium Hrownnnd 4X ColTeo 10c. Sugar for 51. 17 nnt..,. j ,.11 - f vl,,,n,n. 20 ....... ...... ...w-n.i explain why tho governor for tho first it.. nounos urunuiateo surrar ror si. 1R iuin.nU ..j timo in his life was defeated. It was came from Virginia Good accommo-- ' Standard Granulated Sugar for $1 if you buy uiuur oous uesiues groceries. this. Jessamine county went ngainst dntlons will bo furnished by tho pro ci wurui ui T.nnl. TV'rv Unit-- MJn. i, Hi.sf. r.mif of the springs at one dollar per Smoked Meat, 8 Wo have, a Sus Steel him because ho fulled to have John priotor I15'1 all tho vessels. We '; complete Welch nppolnted collector, and Boyle day, by tho week. On tho committee (aro going to glvo with to tho one guessing It wont against him because ho appointed of arrangements aro Mrs. John Blaln llt.,irest fo tho number of beans in a quart $1 purchase entitles you to n Charley Rodes." Tho crowd con- and James B. Gentry, of Stanford, 'Jar -Every ' o Kemomber wo do a BuossSpot curred and all hands wont to a drug Ulcuaru anil neuuen Gontrv anu .Mrs. oash Huslness. Tlin OVOLOXE. I Tanner Bros., Prors., McKInuey. store and took a drink of soda water. Martha Caldwell, of Danvillo. father-in-law, J i fjv? y Cg v Cost Double Ttyc ptor)cy You will have to come early to get these goods. a i a? siziEixAnict; ..omw ttlWIktj Vm M 7 at suivs. i a ii i&iEiZZ3js?, mitimssm ,,fammJtohii. 1 41-- 2t FARM FOR SALE of -2 m M soft-hearte- d SCARED DOWN via the Queen & Crescent Route from all points Low Rates M south, to the BIG CYCLONE. Trans-Mississip- pi Exposition, Omaha, June ist. well-loade- Call-ori- ng B. Y. P. U. International Meeting, Buffalo, July M-- 7 ,rT, I Knights Pythias August Conclave, Indianapolis, M 32-2- 9. fca w G. A. R. Encampment 0, Cincinnati, O., September 1898. Ono-Prlc- Ask ticket Agents for particulars or apply to W. C. Rlnearson, Q. P. A., Cincinnati, O., for free Books, naps, Printed Matter, Time Tables, Rates cand full information. 40-4- m fc?JV-- -i ' J j rJt j- - i ft- - vt4Te4ffgKr" lggvfmiew!tfifri ;siP;frTwri BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. THE.INTERIORJOURNAL The Iate9t estimate of Letter's los9 is $G,o00,000. IIKffl KENTUCKY CENTRAL A J 4 V wheat. Thn onenlmr of a new brewery at Lexington has caused a beer war and FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. that beverage Is now selling at 84 per s capital. barrel In the r:30 a. m. and 3 r. !., Trains leave Frankfort atwith (J. A C. and reachThe cotton mills of Fall River, Mass., Oeorgetown connecting at r. M. Leave l'aris will close down during August, throwing Paris at 8:40 a. m. and Iit9:20 A. m. and S:30 r. M.. connectlns at iiud reaching rrnnkfort ing out of employment 12,000 people, with Q. A C. ,nJ 7:2S5SEW1 R. NEWTON, A. O. P. A. whose wages have already been cut 10 per cent this year. The Beach Hotel located on the Gulf & CRESCENT. QUEEN front at Galveston, and one of the leadTralnt pass Junction City as follows: ing summer nnd winter resorts in the 4 11 P m 12 02 p in No. 2 North No. 1 South 1149 am No. 3 "4 "' ?i8,u South, burned, entailing a loss estimat i?Apm ed at from 3200,000 to 8250,000. No. 5 " lllSam " 6 " 6 00am . 8 0:pm "10 No. 9 Lewis Warner, charged with embezonly for passenNo. does not stop. No. 2 stops Grasshoppers are delaying trains in easgers from South of Somerset. 9 and 10 run no fur- zling 8640,000 from two Northampton, tern Colorado and western Kansas. Frither than Junction City and 5 and only to Mass., banks, of which he was presi day night two sections of the Itock Island 5 dent, was arrested In Louisville. Ho fast train were dclaved near the Kansas his guilt. He had been at line by grasshoppers. For miles the steel confessed Royal snakes the food pure, the Willlard for six weeks. rai's were covered with the insects and the and dellcloiu. t wholesome Mrs. Stanton Portwood, who ga-ntishing of the bodies under the wheels of birth about a month ago to the small- he train had the same effect soap would est child ever born In Scott county have had. It mni'i the rails to slippery measuring oue foot In length and that the driving kneels of the engines weighing li pounds, was tried for lun simply spun around without tue big ma acy and sent to the Lexington J. Asy- chines making any progress. lum. Major B. F. Eakle, who managed A Aatnrnl Sentience. the Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs Grocer (who has kept impatient cusWe offer a Lewlsburg, W. for many years, died at was connected with the sum- tomer standing while he wrote up his Va. He Oh, wait, wait, I was only mer resort for about 50 years. He had mnking a charge. three horses shot under him at GettysImpatient Customer (knocking over burg, and was thrice wounded. a sugar barrel on his way out) And I, POWDER To cloe up the season. All we ask Is to give us a call. Opposite Joaquin Miller, who has returned cir, am only making a retreat. X. Y. Absolutely Pure from Alaska on the Roanoke, places Truth. this year's gold output at 325,000,000. IlllDsfnllr Ittnornnt. He says the conditions In the Klondike Keeper (nt Sing Sing) That con were never so serious. The aged poet vict is a "trusty." We can trust him at POwSIR CO., M YORK. believes that the Koyukuk country any kind of outside work and he won't will shortly be filled up with prospec- try to run away. Visitor Dear me! Isn't that funny? tors. Keeper Oh, no. His wife hns got of Perry S. Through the Influence MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. general, n divorce, but ho doesn't know it. Heath assistant postmaster : Kentucky. several Indiana men will be author- Judge. Too I'ltrtlciilnr. first national bank Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd ized to establish the Oplc Dcldock Why don't you marry Porters opened In Honolulu since the annex- the Widow McIIayst and settle down In tabic Everything 89 ation of Hawaii. Fletcher Heath, a her new meet all trains. house on tho boule brother of the assistant postmaster vard? It hns all the modern Improve- - j general, will be at the head of the Ins- ments. A. S. PRICE, j Artie Chonk Yes, but I'd have to tnke titution. Surgeon Self-Folding- 1 A Gypsy woman went to Mrs. Cham- the widow with It, and she's not a modDentist, 4JjTTrEL bers' house near Richmond, Va., and ern improvement, Chicago Tribune. insisted on telling her fortune. Among Ky. Stanford, Proof 1'onltUc. other things related was that her ene llusbnnd I've just been figuring It Office over McRoberts' Drug Store In theROwsley mies would poison the water in the up, dear, that during the last year I've Building. Iron Fence. well and she would die from drinking given you $2,000 in pin money. Cypress Shingles. Wife You don't mean to siy that It. Mrs. Chambers at once swooned vsr jkr y i away, and has been delirious ever since. you have put It down In a book? "Why, certainly." The doctors have given up hopes of "That shows how mean you arc." TINNING & PLUMBING, her recovery. Brooklyn Life. That old Institution, the Northern STANFORD, KY., XlV V73iN Too IVIUInK. Bank of Kentucky, has gone into volunAr...i JiOOiui' Is now prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing tary liquidation. Its capital was Young Wife (reprovingly) My denr Mill Work. Solo proprietors of Dean's and Tinning. and Its undivided surplus 8000,-00- love, you know my dear mother can't Iilack Diamond Hoof Faint. Telephone No. cigars, and she won't Shop on Mill St.. oppslte J. 20, residence. This action was caused by the bear week If you smoke remninInwith us a II. Hauguman JiCo.'s Mill them tho franchise-talaw recently declared con- house. bank's stitutional, and which made the Young Husband All right, my dear. Unclortakor, We are nnr prrpariil to till orders for tlie loit of taxes over 340,000 annually. The bank I'll bmoke a pipe X. Y. Weekly. Conl tain fur domestic aud tlirrslutig Kentucky jx-jtfcCkAuries Hustonville, - We was chartered in 1S3G and has always Y An Ctcrnnl Diniculty. been a strong Institution. Tate in Zzchango fsr Coal C:m and Hay, OCtrs his services to the eip!o ufWesl Lincoln A man should be Industr'ous, Casey rountlrs uf utUusnnd CaskThe Atlanta Constitution welcomed Wliuli wv kee i)iiMantly on hand at the l.nn et sud alwarson hand. Full stick nut It beats de mischief how -& A j t'ah i'rlce. bee us liefun lorln In your Winter ets1. ti. Carpenter. Manager. Much easier 'tis ter roller f3 the Confederate Veterans Wednesday supply. WAItNKIt.v ri.RIIIN A puhcesslon dan a plow. TeldiiBp4l. Near lVwt, Maufurd page edition, with a mammoth fifty-si- x Washington Star. adorned with one hundred and fifty Season 1898. DIPLOMATIC AHIlA.Ui:3lt:.T, double-columcuts of the great leaders of the Lost Cause, the beautiful young GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS Crab Orchard, Ky. lady sponsors of the various State camps, scenes of great battles, etc., I ma nnd have been for two month I wMi to announce that thU popular sumbesides hundreds of columns of history, near tliu dt)nt, having In tho u Vanderpool House. I have hciotoforo marie mer resort will be ojK'ii for Iho luvommodu-tlopoetry, music and songs pertalnlug to of guests. no (innouiiceriu'iit nor solicited patronage the great struggle between the States. as I liuvn had to give things about tliohouc JOE S. RICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. blue-gras;eonje-town 1 C njui-erse- Gov Bradley will not pardon Blanks so Mayfield like Stanford at 1:03 a. m. Vn k Arrrlrmnt Stanford will have a legal hanging next month. at ..u A. M. No. Charles J. Bronston has beeu elected No. 21 Arrives at Rowland at 12:00 DAV. 3:40 r. m. of the Lexlnsrton Street No. 22 laxnes Stanford at - ' Railway, vice Charles H. Stoll, resigned. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. At the Georgetown hanging young ,.12 87 p ru going North Shropshire, of Paris, fainted when the No. 21 Train .. 2 41 am " " No. 26 " ..12 4.! aw execution began and had to be carried " outh No. 25 " 27 ji m ,. ' No. 23 " out. For allll'olnts. A tornado at Casselton, N. D., blew RO'ioii tickets sold. six freight cars 100 yards from the HAQOAGE CHECKED T11KOUGII. track and destroyed 20,000 acres of For any Information enquire of DIVISION. rav-Ishc- William Hcrron va9 run over and arbilaii.mi.TvLaaa.ya e.aa.arr:.Aa.Tr killed while drunk In Shelbyvllle. AT Money is said to be up for the proADV-ACIposed llpht between Jim Corbett and S PSJBYKAU Kid McCoy. When not sopaidaJS.GO will be charged. Curtis Jackson, a Wilmington, Doln., Nepro, killed his wife and then himself in a fit of jealousy. W. I. Samuels, president of the ff) K P Bardstown Peopled Bank, committed TIME CUB. suicide in a fit of despondency. !' C er The following csny on the reward of virtue is the product of an girl: "Once there w.tj a poor young man, who was in love with a rich girl, whoso mother had a large candy store. The poor young mau wanted to marry the rich lady's daughter, but was too poor to buy furniture. Ono day a had mau offered dollars to become a him twenty-twdrunkard. The poor mail wa, dreadfully tempted, because he wanted to be rich enough to marry the candy lady's daughter But when he got to the saloon door with tho bad man, he said: 'I will not break my pledge eve- to be rich. Get thee behind uie, Satan ' So he went homo and on the way found n pocnet book with $100,000,000 in it. So he went home and told the candy lady's daughter ami they were married. Tliev had a lovely wedding, and the next day they had twins. Thus we sec that virtue is its own reward. eight-year-ol- d SKILL OP DOCTORS TESTED. Fifteen Years of Suffering. THE THIRD SESSION OF Ky. Wesleyan Academy "I thought I should surely die." the severity of the disease or the prompt aud perftct cure performed by Dr. Ayer's Pills. Similar results occur in every case where Dr. Ayer'a Pills are used. They helped me right nway" Is the common expression of those who have used them. V.?0.'1 nnother testimony to the truth of this statement: At Buriisldc, Ky., Boglns Thursday, Sopt. 8. The Academy for eomlnjr notion has Full of Five Experienced Teachers all college-- ' graduuu-n- . Enrollment lint year 105. Excellent courses ottered In Latin, Greek. Ueruinn, Fieucli. English, Mathematics. History, Miixd-- . Orntorv a'ld Physical Hoarding deCulture Terms moderate partment Is nil that could tit wMad In way of comfort nud convenience For particulars and Catalogue, nririrv. tho Principal. :H JAMES C DOLLKV. M. A .s, o - experience: When the stomach begins to fail In its duties, other organs speedily become affected in sympathy, nud life i nimply a burden almost unbearable. Indigestion and dyspepsia are bo common that only the sufferer from these diseases knows the possibilities of misery that inhere iu them. Atypical example of the sufferings oi the victim oi indigestion is furnished in the case of John C. i'rltchard. He unit on for fifteen years, from bad to vor.-V- . In spite of doctors he grew constantly weaker, nnd thought he would die He got welt, however, nud thus relates his - 1 Persons troubled wlthdlarrhoea will be Interested In the experience of Mr. W. M. Bush, clerk of Hotel Dorrancc, Providence, It. I. He says: "For several years I hare been almost a constant sufferer from diarrhoea, tho frequeut attacks completly prostrating me and rendering me unfit for my duties at this hotel. About two years ago a traveling salesman kindly gave me a small bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Much to my surprise and delight Its effects were Immediate. Whenever I felt symptoms of the disease I would fortify myself against the attack with a few doses of this valuable remedy. The result has been very satisfactory and almost complete relief from the nttllction." For sale by Craig ifc Hooker, druggists. " For fifteen years I was a great sufferer from indigestion In its worst forms. I tested the skill of many doctors, but grew worse and worse, until I beenmc so weak I could not wtk fifty yards ithout having to sit down a.d rest. Mv stomach, liver, and heart became affected, nud I thought I would surely die. I tried Dr 1. C. Ayer's rills and they helped me right nwny, I continued their use and am now entirely well. I don't know of anything that wifl o quickly relieve and cure the terrible sufferings of dyspepsia as Dr. Avers rills." John C. Vritciiard, Drodic, 'nr. ren Co., N. C. This case Is not extraordinary, either In "I formerly suffered from Indigestion and weakness of the stomach, but since I began the use of Dr. J. C. Ayer's Pills. 1 have the nppetlte of the farmer' boy. I am 46 years of age, and recommend alt who wish to be free from dyspepsia to Ayer's Pills after dinner, till their digestive organs are iu good order." Wn. Stkimkk, Grant, Neb. Dr. Ayer's Pltls offer the surest and swiftest relief from constipation and alt Its attendant ills. They cure diitlness, nausea, heartburn, palpltatlou, bad breath, coated tongue, nervousness, sleeplessness, hlliouMics, aud a score of other aflcctlous that arc, niter nil, only the signs of a more deep rooted disease You can find tore Information about Dr. Ayer's Pills, and th diseases they have cured, in Ayer'a Cure, book, a story of cures told by the cured. This book of loo pages is sent free, on request, by the J. C. Ay er Co., Lowell. Mass. 0'f' LOUISVILLE HOTEL Louisville. Ky.. AMERICAN & EUROPEAN '1.AN!?, The Ladies Kcslntirnnt is tlie finest in the city. Kvery convenience for ladles spending the day in tlie city. Uvntlunt-n'sCafe on oltlcc floor. ) THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. Manager. Music TuuHil.tv, Thursday and Sunday I'veninw. Excursion Kates CHAUTAUQUA LAKE, vi "Big Four Route," FlNKT TVT- SKRVJCK K Kit OKKKllKt). V-i- t. 'N "XSj IsU, A.f Tlr Morfcliitflftlai,' Htn AM' NO. 18. '"llMirn Limited " ami Male Clow tuiiurclln. F.NMH-I'.VbSK- k " TRAIN M:UVICK A.Np r.oni'MKNT a;-ntj 0 mi BAKIKO Overstocked. . Call on of the Illj IVmr Route fur tklria aud full lulormatloii. WAIlltr.N J. LYNi It, K O MrCtUlMICK. I'at Tratlx Mr Av (Inn I'm A Tit. At. lINflNN.vri.O Until August BAkS day-boo- k) A Big Reduction for Harness Trade, B. K. WEAREN '98, PHsmx Buggy and Insurance Company 1, OF BROOKLYN. I'ost-OHice. FIRE INSURANCE ft SOW. Caledonian : Insurance ;Co,, oi) Scotland. KOUNDIJD 1HOO. ROYAL Mason Hotel first-clas- s. R. B. MAHONY, Agt.t 6 TAN!'0ll!. KY. lancaster, I H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., m I j . J. T. Jones, ' Extension Table. See it at W. W. Withers'. 35S&v A.C.SfflEJ( STAN FORD, KT. Is Receiving his Fall And Winter Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. 0. sjipy Farmers Bank&Trnst OI' STANTON!), KY". Co 21-- tf x COAL! COAL! J. T. SUTTON, al-- o Paid np Capital, Surph:, $200,000 00 17,603 30 (MS n Vanderpool House, d of 11 pruTltlans of It charter, depositor, arc a In National Hauls, fully protfctrtl a Its aliaretioMers Iwlug lirM IndirMuallj- Ilablo to tlicnlu thrxteuluf tlis aiiumutiif tlirlr stixk amount at the .ir raltio fumvf, liiaJilitlou toMi In such sliarrs. liiuaractus exuutor, ad- iiitiiUtiator, tnuttf, Ac , fully as au Individual. IiTidcrliiit our thauktto thuwi who liaveentriut- td tlivlr bmliifss to u, f tiust tliry ill continue toiloso, and wponVr as a guarantor for prompt at Irtitlou to same our Wi years' Iu lank-In- n and ailllnrrHlsrcouiiuoilalioii asaie coiiititent wlili 'Hi:id bamciiii;. aroilrUri - OIKEITOHS, J, J. 'Ullaini. Ml. J, J. William Oootli, 8 J. Kmliry, K. I. run, J. S Owsley, Sr., N. Meiiefe. W. II. Cummins, I'rcachersrllle; Vtrnnn; A. W. Cariwuttr J. II. Owsley, 8. II. Sliauls, J. K. CusL, UNDERTAKER! And Dealer in Sea-Shor- e EXCURSIONS.-T- be Ches- V r apeake and Ohio Ry., will run the fole on lowing excursions to the HARXTSSS, SADDLERY, &C. dates named. The tickets will be good STANFORD, KY. going on regular trains, to which neo. essary sleeping cars win oo aiiacneu. On July 19th and August 11th, to Atlantic City and Capo May, via Washington, round trip rate only 814.00 from Lexington and correspondingly low rates from other Central Kentucky points. Tickets good 11 days returning. On July 2tb, a round trip rate of 313. Sea-shor- u pjiieml overhauling. Thinking this work Mllllck'iitlv rionu to ho itblo togivefln-t-cliifc- ', uecommoiliuloris, I now Millcll the patronage of tho public, insuring thorn thai espeIteduucd rates during' tho first month. cial attention will bo xlven them, "O ll to For information In regard to rate.--, etc., make them pleasant In everv povdido way. addles as A. M. LAMHHJIT. Ulve u a call. T. II. WIUGHT. 2t Crab Orchard, Ky. 1898. S. H.Suaiiks. I'nHldenl: J. II. Owsley Caller; W, M. orriOHi. Ilrltfhl eller FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, KY'. DR. R. 7VT. PHGLPS, TAKE THE HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Stanford, - - Kentucky. Office over Hlgglus & McICIntiey's Soutfiern Railway RIP Capital St::k $100,000. Surplus, $15,750 ni Tim !R KM !!I !'! IVIOIMOIV The Popular Route to CHICAGO. frank J. Ileed, O. P. A CUIaago. B. II. Hacoa, D. P. A., Louisville, Ky He'd forgotten1 to bring- his dye. 'I have used Chamberlain's Cough Chicago Tribune. Remedy In my family for years and allie Huil 'ot Changed. ways with good results," says Mr. W. "You're no longer a Bprlng chicken," B. Cooper, of El Rio, Cal. "For small said the angry husband. "But you're tho old goose," children we find it especially effecs. tive." For sale by Craig & Hocker, came the answer, with a snap. - Johnny If that city cousin o'yourn comes down to visit yer this Bummer, I s'pose yer'Il shake mo jes' tho same cz yer did las' summer when he cum? "Not If he don't come, I won't l" the Interesting military maneuvers. Send In your name for sleeping car X. Y. Evening Journal. space or for any information desired. AfflniT KfTcct of AVnr. Geo. W. Barney, D, P. A. Lexington, He went to the front with coal black hatr, The captain of company I, Kentucky. And It turned to white In two short week-- " will be made to Old Point Comfort, Va., Tickets good going on regular trains und good returning 12 days. This Is the best time to visit Old Point, owing to Store. PENETRATES CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS -- EIGHT GREAT STATES ICeutuckv. Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi. AE- Through Sleeping Cars Ilctweoii I.ouUvllle am the South. NOW OPEN. Cool, Attention of the public Is railed, to tho fact that this is the only National Haul, in Stanford. Under the provUlons ol the National Hank Act depoidtors are "m.il not only ly the capital stock, hut ly tho siockboldvra' liability lor au amount eualtn tbuslocl so that drjxultorsof llila liiatltu-tio- li r" iccuretl by a fund ol .'UI,lK.Hl. I'lre sworn stalviuetits of the condition ol tho lUuk are made each year to the L'nlUxl States (ioTcrnmrnt and Ita assets are excmlned at stated times by KoTernuieut agents, tuus swurinn additional ana pertcct salet to dewsliors. This liutiiutlon originally established as iho Do posit Hank of Stanford In I8.V4, then reorganized as the National Dank of Stantord In 18C3 audaKaln reorganized as the Klist National Hank of Stanford iu las',!, has had practically an uninterrupted exist elicf for 3.5 years. It is better supplied now wltL facilities for transacting business promptly and lib erally than ever lcfi)re In Ita long; aud honorable career. Accounts of individuals, fiduciaries, firms at-Individuals solicited. d DIHKCTORS. Exhilarating, Ilcstful. Music, ments and Good Living. Amuse- THREE DAILY TRAINS Each way between Loulsvlltoand Lexington W. A. TURK, G. P. A.. Washington. I). O. W. Tit-Bit- For Terms nddoss, F. Held, Lincoln Co.: J. V. Harden, Stanford 8. II. llaugbuiau, " S.T. Harris, " T.I1. Hill, J S. Hocker, " Y. I'. Walton W. A. Trlbble, J.II.Colller.Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. M, D.KImore, Stanford druggists. GUS HOFMANN, Prop. II. TAVLOE, A. G. P. A. I J (SUocker, I're.Ident; J. J. McRoberts JCaihU Loulavllle, Ky A. A JMcKlnycy, AststantCaabier. nntrbii - iL.. J Ai L'J. h