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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898072901 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. f ?J j SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVII. UHCASTER. Y NEWS INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. JULY 29. 1898. DANVILLE. IN 7 v 4 I I I NO. 42 i J THE VICINAGE. MT. VERNON, " aud 10 Boyle county has been blessed by Ilobort Iloatloy wk lined duya in Jull !.v Judge riuriild Wtiliu- - good rains the last week. Danville will have no fair this year. day for carrying concealed weupotis.3 Turner, utfuttial whom there It was much discussed by Its promoters, time but arrangements could not be made. has .been an Indictment fur for hojr stealing, and who hud Im-- a. Rev. Lucien Nool, of Texas, a gradfugitive from justice, wus lodged in uate of Centre College, has been called ' jail hero Wednesday. He win euptured to the First Prcbyterian church at Lebanon. Mrs. Noel a, Mies Supan in Hell county. The fiscal court Monday uuthorlxed Klncutd.of Danville. JuJgo Huruotdo to employ additional! Quite a party, composed of profes-or- s and teachers of tho Deaf fc Dumb InstU counsel to arsUt County Attorney Oi loy In prosecuting suits which are to be tute. left Tuesday night for Columbus, brought against the Crab Orchard and O., to attend the convention of tho edthe Richmond Turnpike Companies for ucators of the deaf and dumb. bauk ta.xus. Prof. Charles Swain Thomas, a grad Thuro will be an oratorical contest uate of Indiana State University and on thu evening of Aug. wth under the Harvard, has been cho-o- n to fill the management of Miss Julia Keld. Tne vacancy In tho English and French proceeds are for the benutlt of the Dap-tl- department in Centre College. Danville present quite a city like church. Seven young men from this and adjoining counties will partic- appearance with new eoncroUj street made at a much less expense ipate, and the successful competitor will receive a year's tuition free at than the old stone ones and certainly porao college in the Statu. Among the far more ornamental to the town. Dr. J. J. Lucas, of India, and his number Is Centre College and Central sister, Mrs. Ld DeLong, of Lexington, University. Win. McCoy, who was brought back aro with the Misses Young. Mrs. Robt. hero from Spencer county recenlly,and Harding aud Miss Lllllo Roberts spent who i accused of the murder of his Monday In Lexington. Dr. J.L. MoKce futher-ln-laDavid Whitehead, in and Mrs. Salllo McJCeo and Miss Josethin county, In ISsil, Is either crazy or phine Reed left Wednesday for Tatham hlmulatlng Insanity to perfection. On Springs. Mrs. Waller Rodes, of now at Linnletta Spring?. spent Tuesday evening ho disturbed the whole community In the vicinity of the Wednesday with Miss Sue McDowell. jail with his demoniac yells. Ho Imag- Miss Nancy Huguely, who has been es ho has a wire stretched to tho moon visiting Mls Floronco Chenault at and when ho tries to ascend It some one Richmond, hua returned home. Miss prevents him. Jailer Koss called In Ottle Sheltou entertained Wednesday Drs. Wesley and Hush, who adminis- evening in honor of Miss Madge' Sea, tered morphine and ether which toon of Independence, Mo. Miss Pattle McDowell, of Perryvllle, is the guest quieted him. Kev. George Gowen has returned of relatives in this city. Mossrs. W. from an extended Catteru trip. Miss Yeager aud L. Llllard have gone to Sadio Uaughman, of Richmond, is Michigan to buy beed wheat. Mr. W. vUlllng her aunt, Mrs. K. W. Morrow. W. Roberts has returned from visiting Mrs. Klbert Smith, of Jclllco, is visit- friend., at Campbellsvllle. Miss Bessie ing her parents, Mr. and Mr. George Monks is visiting Misses Mary and Tarrls. II. H. Northcott has returned Carrie Miller, of Woodvllle, Va. Thev from a visit to his mother In Newport. were popular visitors In Danville last V. O. Qwsley will leave in a few days winter. for Ashoville, N. C, for the benefit of ills health. During his absence his MIDDLEBURG. brother, Canoy, will fill his position In AsH'sror-olee- t James H. Thomas Is the rovenuo orvlee. Casey Is expected still very poorly and Is not expected to Virginia, where he homo tonight from live but a short time. has been attending the law school. The D. G. Elliott is out with his thresher mother of Dr. J. M. Acton, who U aud lie says the whoat crop Is tho best boarding at the Lancaster Hotel and he ever saw in this section. has been quite 111, U convalescent. Rev. Brewer, of Bradfordsvllle, Is Senator Karris has been at home this Illness. holding mooting for Rev. Glllumatthe week on account of a slight Charley Norrls has been apjwlntodcoll Mt. Olive Christian church. Mr. Madison Hart, the clover postclerk In tho jwmltentlary at Frankfort master at Douglas, this county, has and leaves Monday. Tor the present four sons In Uncle Sam's army and two Mr. Norrts' family will remain In Lanmore caster. Musician Will Marksbury, ought that want to join. Mr. Hart e to be allowed to keep the Sergeant Dick McOrath and Private out there as long as ho lives and arc the soldier boys at Charlos Walker ought to be given to one of his homo this week. Charley Walker was then It patriotic boys. Mr. Hart Is a demotho only private loft In Co. L. aud he has been honorably discharged to ac- crat, which probably accounts for the cept tho iKsltIon of wagonmaster of patriotism of his family. tho Ith regiment. Tho boys are look-lu- g Charlie McWhorter, of the Indian remarkably well after their long Creek section, who has gotten to be somewhat of a doctor, prescribed sclgo of camp life. W. Landram poultice for rheumatism and a of New York, is tho guest of lady patient applied It and a badly blishis uncle, Louis Landram, this week. tered limb Is the result. Tho boys are Ho is tho only son of Capt. W. C. 10th U. S. I., who par- ruuniug the joke for all It Is worth and of tho ticipated in and was wounded at the D. G. Elliott, his neighbor, has dubbed le "Dr. Dogfennel" and he is battle of Santiago. Landram has re- Churl known only by that appellation. ceived advices from his father that he As usual Casey county was loft out in has recovered from his Injuries and is the distribution of pie at Frankfort last in good health. ! ii . st The Madison county fiscal court will buy laud for a potter's field and pest house. Tho Casey county teacher's institute wlll be held at Liberty. Aug. 15, by W. P.. Ramey, of Carlisle. Miss Muttle Marion, of Clay, who chosen daughter of the 4th Kentucky, Is as beautiful as a picture. U. S. Marshal Short arrested Post- master Campbell, of Jenscnton, Boyle of violating the county, on a ehuj-gpension laws. Laurel county has H cases of small- pox, but those are under control and the patients are in a posthousu about mllo from there. Tho dead body of u white man was found In die Kentucky river, two miles above High Bridge. Two plalu gold rings were still upon ha-been Rev. Mr. McMillan, of Richmond, I cro-stn- gs Lox-Ingt- on, post-olllc- dog-fenn- d, el Mc-Farla- week. We only asked a small slice and Miss Winnie Davis was tho signal of a romarkablo demonstration. Miss Dais was escorted to the front of tho stage by Gen. Gordon, who introduced her as "tho child of our Immortal chieftain and our own child." He said In tho name of tho organization ho would Had Kisskd Unit. AtthcConfedor-at- e wore denied that, though we would reunion at Atlanta, the entry of not ho understood as complaining. Wo have always eaten crow and It wont go hard with us to continue to do so. The Casey county boys aro not democrats for revenue only and will still toe the mark on election day In the futuro as they have In the past; at least It Is the writer's purpose to do 60, regardless of ; V grasp her hand. "Kiss her, General," disappointment. shouted 0110 old veteran. "I have alPersons troubled wlthdlarrhoca will POLITICAL POINTS, ready done that," replied the gallant bo Interested in the experience of Mr. general, and he and Mls Davis were Sonator Hanna Is out In an Interview W. M. Bush, clerk of Hotel Dorrauce, given a further oration. in favor of President McKinloy for a Providence, R. I. ne says: "For sever. . al years I have beeu almost a constant Porto Rico ranks fourth in tho great- second term. Capt. F. J. Hardin, of Owen county, sufferer from diarrhoea, tho frequent er Antilles, having flirt place, however, in density of population and general has annouueed himself a candldato for attacks completly prostrating me and prosperity. In 1S.13 cholera carried oil the Republican nomination for Con- rendering me unfit for my duties at 30,000 of tho inhabitants. Still, it's gress in tho Seventh district, to oppose this hotel. About two years ago a travs Congressman Settle, tho Democratic eling salesman kindly gave me a small healthy. Tho city of San Juun, of bottloof Chamborlaln's Colic, Cholera 40,000 population, is situated on an nominee. The HurroJsburg Sayings remarks and Diarrhoea Remedy. Much to my island, connected with tho mainland by a bridge. Its harbor Is one of three that it Is all bosh about Davison not surprise and delight its effects were only which aro safe at all times from a wanting to run for congress again, but immediate. Wheneycr I felt symptoms ground swell, which often breaks it is nil 0110 whether ho does or not, for of the dlseaso I would fortify myself against tho Island cliffs with great; vio- Mr. Gilbert Is as certain to gain his against tho attack with a lew doses seat in congress as tho ides of Novem- of this valuable remedy. The result has lence. been very satisfactory and almost comber arrive. Tho quanlty of food used In a twenty It is u common sight at balls In Cuba plete relief from tho afillctlon." For days' trip per au ocean greghound, to see a Negro girl dancing with a salo by Craig & Hocker, druggists. Bombay to London with about 550 whlto man, or a white girl with a consist of: Kggs, 32,000; meat man of tawny Cool Wisconsin Rksorts.-TI- io complexion, aud males pounds; vegetables, 8,200, Ids.; 23,000 Monon Route via Chicago Is the proper and females smoking as they whirl In potatoes, 0 tons; ducks, 1,200; gamo and tho mazy waltz. line. Write E. H. Bacon, D. P. A., poultry, 1,500 head; fish, 11,000 pounds Monon Route, Louisville, for pamphHour, 44 barrels. lets, rujes and timo tables for all ro A singular caso is reported from and in Wisconsin, Minnesota 25 countries 10 have Hags with red Stephenson. Mrs. Mela Roberts lost sorts Of cheerfully voice by an attack of typhoid fever, Michigan. Information In them, tho list including tho United her and services of an agent to meet States, England, France, Germany, 10 years ago and bad not been able given to speak since. The other day ail parties ou arrival of trains at LouBelAustria, Italy, Spain, Denmark, isville and Chicago rendered free. gium, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, n letter from a nephew at Chlcka-maug- a, inclosing an old Confederate Mexico, Chill, Portugal, Venezuela Thomas Owens, of Belleville, Iud., song, caused her vocal chords to vi- - lrnnnml fliiml whiln holding familv and Cuba. Thn nnw hnnds aro at a nretniutu of brato with emotion and she began to prayer, and his wife is at tho point of I I sing, death from the shock. 4 or 5 por cent. por-haps, 1 holding a protracted meeting at Liv- Ingeton Presbyterian church. At Hustonville, KyM "Turns" were furnished Judge Wll- Days, Hntne court Saturday by lx defendants, charged with illegal liquor tratllc, "setting out" fire, breach of peace, etc. Tolls were assessed at 5255 and "time." Old With Tllmon Gilpin, who hu, been em- ployed for many years in track and 0 construction work for the L. & N. hus secured a job of fireman on work train Premiums Rings, Saddle with the Illinois Central, and left Wcd- nosday to goon duty, Rings, Sweepstakes, &c. Write Catalogue. Arrangements are being made to run XV. G. COWAN, Pres. W. D. Hocker, Secy. a coach on local freights between ' ln'-to- n and I) rod head. A112. 0th. to nc- WE WANT TO- commodate those desiring to hear the Hon. G. G. Gilbert aud other speakers at Adams Grove picnic. On Saturday, Aug. (ith, Hon. G. G. his lingers. Gilbert, democratic candidate for Con- Abner McQueen. mic of Louis Neale's didate for congress, will speak at Customer of ours. We wil give you the assailants near Richmond, auis Grove picnic, two miles east of was captured in Estill county. He says Brodhead. Hon. John W. Yerkes and ho shot at him because he thought he Hon. John Beunctt are also expected was trying to drive over him. to be present and speak. A big sensation was created In Richard Boulware and wife, of Kingwhen Councilman Thos. Smith ston, are visiting relatives here. Robt. was convicted for selling malt liquors T. White will move to this place from Give us a call and see for yourself. Extraordinary Bargains in Fine Suit3, Cut Prices. Suits Cleaned and Pressed. Merchant Tailwithout license. He is a member of the Louisville. Robt. Harris, one of Capt. oring. Suits made here. Big Cut in Shoes. City Council from the Third ward. Treadway's soldiers, is here on a furThe fiscal court of Garrard refuses lough. Charlie McKenzie is visiting to pay for the blankets that the county his uncle Billy Baker in Pulaski. court gave each member of Capt. Dun- Banker M. C. Miller, of Austin, Texas, No. 136. DANVILLE. KY. can's compauy, when they started to who has suffered with nervous prostrathe war, although nearly all the tax- tion for the past year, arrived here Stf payers want it paid. from Oxford, O., much improved in A dispatch says that Judge R. G, health. His wife accompanied him. wm Williams, in company of Dr. A. G. Mrs. Ida Webb, of Louisville, is visitLovell, has gone to the eastern part of ing her father, Col. A. N. Bently, of the county to place guards at the Jack- Livingston. Hon. Sam Ward was Kight now a word about our Fa'l and Winter Shoes. Little Early but son county line to maintain a quaran- here from Livingston. Miss Lizzie m we are eager to call your attention to these goods. In the first place tine ngaln&t the latter county on ac- Browning is visiting her uncle, Wm. we have taken unusual care in selecting the stock and are pleased to epidemic prevailing Fields near Maywood. Lieut. S. D. count of small-poknow that we will be able to iu Eastern Rock- Lewis, is home from Camp Corbin for there. All castle have boeu ordered to suspend. a few days. Miss LUlie Caldwell, of Johu Clouseand Jack Holllngsworth, London, is visiting friends here fell two white men, living on Paint Llckl Dr. J. N. McCormuek, secretary of Secondly, the prices that we expect to put on these goods will be at9 creek, were tried before Judge tractive. Thirdly, our styles will be exactly right. Every mother bou.d of health, arrived here llvan on the charge of stealing a horse Monday morning and held a meeting. that has a boy or girl that she vants to shoe substantially will be from James Marcum and held to the The county board aud county court off:V. These goods will be on hand in good season. m grand jury In tho sum of 8300. Prof. icials being present, arrangements were George W. Stockton, one of the oldest made for placing guards on our 20 mile The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, KY. aud most prominent public school border between this und Jackson counteachers in Madison county, died at his ty to maintain the quarantine proclahome at Waco. Register. mation issued by Stato board on 21st, William S. Kldd, a and ugainst Jackson county on account of prosperous furmer of Jackson, became small-poepidemic now prevailing We Make It A .Rule To Furnish deranged and took his boy therein. Drs. A. G. Lovell, Percy Ben- out and blew out his brains with a pis- - ton ana j. s. Cooper of county board. tol. After killing his son he returned th.,vMintvnmlnlwinnr1 nN.. Pnnntn.. to the house, procured more cartridges ton, S. C. Davis and J. H. Lawreuce, and shot himself through the brain, were present at the meeting. In its death resulting Immediately. His wife efforts to control the disease, the State had accused him of Intimacy with a board met but little if any encouragewoman. ment from Jackson. It Is said one of the The Cincinnati Southern has made a county officials there said that it was good thing out of the war. It has hauluseless to make any effort towards Pri-ce- s. ed 55,000 troops and "much freight. stamping out the disease; that the All of the Best Quality, at the Lowest Possible Cash Supt. Murphy complimented his men Lord had sent it and the Lord could is to your interest to trv us. Monday for excellent service in hand- take It away when he saw fit. On the ling during the past GO hour 5,327 same line of reasoning said otlicial troops and equipment, aggregating 312 should have made this earthly pilgrimcars, 1,250 excursionists to High age witnout clothing because the Lord Bridge, in audition to the regular pas- didn't send him into this world with a senger traffic and fast freight trains, full suit on. without the slightest injury to any one Ml MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, and without delay or complications of any kind. The Duchess of Manchester and W. Robert Watson, of Danville, a soldier K. Vanderbilt are shortly to unite their in Col. Colson's regiment, was shot and mortally wounded at Lexington by vast fortunes by marriage. A Missouri man filed as an answer to Thomas Williams, of Hnrrodsburg. ! his wife's suit for divorce an agreement Though fast sinking, he denounces 11 Williams as murdering him iu cold signed by both "to disband. Tho Mercury reports a marriage in V' (O. blood. He says he merely asked Wiln Cnrlislo last week at which the bride itlY goods, but Not old style, j, liams to have a drink with him, wLcn tho latter turned upon him with his bought the license and paid the preach! revolver and fired. Watson had killed er. to Mrs. Swift is asking divorce at ll! two men and Williams, his friends because her husband spends beliave, was afraid of him. Willlairs 1(1 Is iu juil In an adjoining cell to George too much time with politics and woof Richard men. A. Portwood, murderer In Light Weight and Light Colors I will soon Lt. Hobson, of Merrimac fame, is Purklns and Lucien Boone, the slayer said to be engaged to Miss Lettie Cook, of Shad Taylor. New Hustonville Fair, Three Fashioned Fair Beginning Wednesday, Aug. 10th. $1,500-0- 1 IN e , Libcnil For Roadster For PREMIUMS. Llv-thr- ee well-dresse- ' d -- ' j liar-rodsbu- rg Best Values Your Jtfoetj Buy. Telephone Gar) Mid-Seas- The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., w WE WANT TO SAY A 1 x Meet Every Want In Shoes. Sul-!6ta- tc CALDWELL & LANIERM 1 well-know- n x two-year-o- I School Books, Tablets And Copy Books, Pens, Ink And School Supplies It PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Sale of Clothing shop-wor- i Sacrifice 1 i I ffi LWj ! FRESH, CLEAN GOODS, of Oswego, Kas., whom he met at a wedding at Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Mary Shrcye-Ransoof Louisville, who is at Charleston, W. Va., hus denied the rumor that she is to marry Baron Von Norde, of the Austrian Legation. The lady seems married once too often anyway. Miss Kate Cormney, of Louisville, who visited her uncle, Mr. J. C. Cormney, hero last summer, was secretly married Feb. 5, to John Robinson, of that city, but even the members of her family wero not made aware of it until this week. John Henry Persons, aged 11, eloped with protty little Miss Jean Davidson, daughter of a prominent the to-ha- NEED THE ROOM ! Ml W ASH They orcugy and now need tho money invested in them. They will bf sold cheap. If you have any idea of the value of goods I :., !: YOU WILL BE PLEASED. Look at them. !MI H. J. McROBERTS, :: :::!-- : -- : OF- - and merchant. They procured horses, mounted and hied away over rough mountain roads to Hind-ma25 miles distant, where they were married in the presence of 300 people. They aro tho youngest couple ever married in Eastern Kentucky. well-to-d- o FIJESII LINE n, The most remarkable thing about Porto Rico, considering the climate, fertility of the soil and great variation of surface elevation, is the poverty of fauna and fiora, there being scarcely any wild animals, birds or fiowers on the isl nd. A special dispatch from Madrid says the King of Spain Is stuttering from an Dry Goods, Groceries And Genral Merchandise. Every Thing Way Down m Call And S30 Me. attack of measles. MARK HARDEN. STANFORD. V f . 4 K THIS dispatch came to us Tuesday The news of the capture o( Manila of the route being through a moutnln-ou- s THE INTERIOR JOURNAL evening: "Spain through French Am published by some of the papers seems country. With their policy of deception, Span bassador at Washington formally asks to be. premature. that peace negotiations be opened." Surgeon General Sternberg is going ish officials at Madrid deny that tho July 29, 1S9S Next morning's dailies confirmed the to do everything In his power to pre- Spanish Government has made any ad Stanford. Ky.. good news and added that the president vent any more nurses from vances to secure peace, describing informed the Ambassador that he would going to the front. He says nurses for what has been done as of a "private W. P. WALTON. consult his cabinet before answering the army should bo men. nature." and notify him when to return to reJudging from the results of the pros Congratulations arc in order for Gen. ceive the reply of our government. It Toral. Ho is the first Spauish officer ent war, the safest place In battle Is on Democratic Nominee Tor Congress is likely that this reply will not be to acknowledge he has had enough, board an American warship. It is 10 to HON. G. G. made till today, and that it will name and then ho was not ashamed to say one that the vessel will not be hit, and if hit it is 100 to one thnt no damage the following terms: Independence for that he wanted to go home. Or Shelby County. , Cuba, the cession of Porto Rico and Forty Cubans who had been confined will be dono. Col. Castleman's 1st Kentucky Regi of Tuesday the Ladrones nnd a coaling station in by the Spanish authorities In tho jail The Courier-JournMid-Summ- er mildly criticises the trustees of the the Philippines, besides a money In- at Santiago on trivial cnarges, out ment has 1,300 men and 49 officers and Mark-Dow- n revoluit required 39 tourists sleepers, one Kentucky Houses of Reform for not demnity. It may demand the cession mainly for sympathy with the pushing the institutions to completion, of the Philippines, If in the interim tion, have been released by Gen. Shaf- palace stock car, sovdn ordinary stock cars, 1(5 Hat cars and 14 box cars. The and adds that it will not throw the the sentiment 01 the country seems to ter. Since this f nle opened we have been tu.xod to our utmost to corve the immense blame on them until they have a chance favor it. At any rate the Spanish Hag went into battle his 3,rd commanded by Col. Smith has 1.210 When Cervera to be heard. As one of the trustees must disappear from the Western Hem- full name was "Don Pascuelo do Cer men, 47 officers and carries with it lfi crowds in attendance. We havo ndded many now Unci, now arrival, new price. and one who sincerely desires to com- isphere to Haunt its dirty folds in the vera y Topetu Connt de Jerez, Mar- civilian employes. It took for Its trans- Lower Price have been made to tho end that the mIo will W more Inviting thin ply with the law at the earliest date faces of the people this side of the wa- quis of Santa Ana," and when he came portation three sleeping cars. 3StourUt week than ever. possible, the writer acknowledges that ters no more forever. The chances out his name was "Dennis." Louis- cars, eight stock curs, six box cars nnd 19 lint cars. the board is apparently subject to bit- seem certain that peace is in sight as ville Post. El Monitor Espanol, the organ of the ter criticism, but it has labored under the Spanish acknowledge their inabiliKentucky regiment has at Tho 4th more disadvantages than can be enu. ty to cope with the United States and last been mustered in. Gov. Bradley Spanish colony at the City of Mexico, merated in a single article. After a recognize that It is suicidal longer to delivered tho commissions nnd made a publishes au alleged dispatch from long drawn out effort to get the money continue hostilities. speech Wednesday, followed by Judge Washington, saying that President In this Unloading Sale. from the auditor that the Legislature Morrow, who spoke in his happiest McKinley invited Admiral Cervera to of the finunce com The chairman cull upon him, and that the latter did had appropriated we were finally comvein. We will oiler in this sale 1 lot of Straw pelled to mandamus him. This took mittee proposes to raise 810,000 to buy LADIES' SHIRTWAISTS. D. A. R. sent the soldtors so, but the moment ho met the Presi Henderson Hats foi men, worth 50c at 25c, six months and until May last, the ne- the battleship "Kentucky" a handsome 120 pillow cases, 93 sheets, 100 towels, dent he drew a pistol and killed hilt. 9 25c and 10c, worth fiO nml 75c. Two lltu-f- of 50 nnd 75c Hat at 35c. gotiations for a farm near Lexington silver service, emblazoned with the 57 night shirts, ,"0 pajamas, S4 handker The dispatch was eager! v read by tho arms of the State, by popular subscripSee our line of Trunks and Vallsea. that were nearly completed, in the chiefs, W bandages, 12 washrages, 12 Spanish nnd found many believers. In nn interview Maj. Gen. Shafter meantime going for naught. While it tion, and is sending letters to represen- basins, GO tooth brushes and quite a sum would fceem an easy matter to get the tative citizens in all parts of the State. of money. throws much light on his controversy MILLINERY requisite farm, it is found not so easy He also proposes to publish a souvenir The new ambulance ship Missouri with Garcia. He wrote Garcia cxplafn-InLadies' when the attempt to secure one is made. book, to contain a cut of the battleship will carry a complete hospital outfit that the present arrangement for We can not nflord to carry over a tingle Ladies special b col Oxford 2 to 6, 60c, heel Oxfords 3 to S, 39c, and much interesting naval data which ladies' hat. Wo will offer the entire The law says it shall not be closer than and will be able to accomodate 000 the government of Santlugo was u war Ladies' heel Tan '.'J to 5J. 7oc, will be presented to each subscriber of meusure and was only temporary. Gen. Mock at cot, three miles to a city limits and Lexingpatients, though folding bunk will be Mlnt-cOxford, 4Sc. f 1.50 lmt now II, ton's subscription of ?5,000 adds the 820 and over. Send your contribution stored on board to that In an emergency Shafter recognized him ns far as he Men' Work Shoes", 75c, to James F. Buckner, secretary of the J1.25 hat now 75c could by Inviting him to be present at i further restriction that it shall not be 800 wounded can be cared for. Men's Fine Shoo. Lacoimd Congress, PSc M hat now 50c, further than five miles from its limits. board of trade, Louisville. Huughey, of Chicago, the surrender of Santiago, but Garcia Sergeant Lee A lot of Indict' sailors 10c. The board spent a number of days and Wauner, the man who wrecked two was Killed by falling from a train Im- declined to come, sending this message: Men' Silk FinMiud Suipcudt-rs- , 15c, examined scores of farms, but nearlv Massachusetts banks, and was finally mediately after coming out of the tun- "I can not be your guest under the Spanish Hag " Men' extra heavy Lcntlrcr ltolt, 25o, all had objections. Finally one or two captured in Louisville, had the reputa- nel on the Cincinnati Southern below Lndios' Dross Skirts 2.50 buys n nice Cheviot Suit foruirn which came near the requirements was tion of An examination of the wrecks of tho Somerset. The train was on a trestle. being the most generous man vessels of Admiral Cervera's fleet or boy, worth 14, agreed upon. It has taken a good deal in the State. As he used other peo- Hnuchey fell 50 feet to instant death. 75c will buy n $1.25skirt, of work to verify the titles, secure the ple's 50c will buy a nice Duck Suit for boys. and Rear Admiral Sampson bent a prize shows that the money entirely, it is another 1.10 will buy a 11.50 skirt, GOc will buy you u good Lustre Coat as right of way to a railroad and do proof of the correctness of the old ad- crew into Guuntanamo harbor to seize guns played relatively a small part In f 25 will buy a f 1.75 skirt. scores of other little things that would age. loin ni they laM, 3 dozen ielt. the Spanish gunboat Sandoval Tho the work of destruction. Most of the When in prison for life Warner work was dono by eight-Incnot occur to the average crlticlzer. A shall open up his eyes, he will have gunboat went to the bottom before and h change in the personnel of the board plenty of shells and time to cogitate on the sin of reaching the American rendezvous, projectiles, by expirations of terms has further the shells striking Spanish prisongenerosity with other people's money and it is suspected that oftener than shells of and other caliber. added to the delay, but everything is ers scuttled her. and a generousness without justness. getting in shape now and at the meetC. J. Walker has been made wagon As only the Brooklyn fired ing called for Friday evening, 29th, at 10 Dozen Neg'ijiee Laumieic 1, Collars and and master of the fourth regiment. It is a shells this showing Is a proof of the The capable city editor of the Cuff Louisville, it is hoped that all the ar- urnal, 10 Dozen Soft Front, detachable Collar Mr. Marmaduke M. Mor- civilian position and pays S75 per great part played by the cruiser In tho rangements will be made for the imme- ton, ha9 resigned to accept the more month. Mr. Walker was a member of battle and as she Is Schley's flag ship, 5 Dozen White Bodies, Colored liomm, now mi sale at 3Sc. diate letting of the buildings. The lucrative position of managing editor the Lancaster company of the second further comment U unnecessary. Call for your CoiiKn. A liAuiUome picture goes with every 10 f or 26 purchase. trustees are keenly alive to the impor- of the Nashville Banner, and will be regiment, but secured his discharge LAND AND STOCK. tance of the work and ask that they be succeeded by Graham Vreeland, who In order to accept this place. given a little further time to show that has metaphorically speaking, the big-- 1 Of Gen. Miles landing on Porto bcarcnllgnt won a they can not only remove obstacles but gest head on the smallest shoulders of Rico it is said: "Guanlca Is the most Cleveland, O., in 2:04J. pacing race at move rapidly when they are out of the any man in the State, as his work dur lovely spot yet occupied by our forces. R. L. Hubble bought of Taylor House way. ing the Legislature and at political It Is the seat of the coffee and sugar In a Hi hands mule for 55. dustries, ami large herds of cattle are attests. Charlie Dawes sold In Cincinnati n T. D. RIXEV, .Manager. There has a good deal been said in conventions pasturing in the meadows, which are mixed load of sheep at 3 J to 5c. criticism of the correspondent, Scovil, Branch stores at Paris, Carlisle, Mt .Mrl ng, RardMown, Lawrenceburi?. The Interior Journal is for terri- bordered by cocoanut palms." Pvnilil. J. B. Foster bought of Green Adams ann,eroaille, Eminence, Georgetown, 1 xabethtown, who is alleged to have struck Gen. torial expansion with a very large P, Frankfort. Mnuckport. Ind. Mai. Sam Monran, a trotting horse Slier 100 stock owes of M 25 each. Shafter at the (lag raising at Santiago. but it thinks that the Philippines are man of Fayette county, formerly mayor J. C. Bailey sold to Bowles, of BowWe take as little stock as any one in too far away not to cost more than they of Rome, Ga., knocked down Ben Lacy, gelding for fauirs and fake journals, but if Scovil's come to and we should be satisfied with of Lexington, for remarking that the ling Green, a 5155. story be true, he was more sinned apermament coaling station there and a to drive Dewey out of look oi W. J. Lougbridgo purchased from against than sinning He says that he binding agreement with Spain to form Germans onght Manila harbor.. Maj. Morgan was Charles Patrick, of Fayette. 1M.0OO tho nauno intention 01 including nlmself a eovernment that will be satisfactory officer. pounds of '1)5 hemp at fi 05 per 11- -' in the flag raising, but his presence to the people, if she is permitted to re- - a gallant Confederate Marion B. SVilhoit, the well known pounds. alone angered Shafter and he began tain her sovereignty. newspaper man of Nicholusville, who A dispatch says that Tod Sloan will to curse him violently. Scovil resented has been doing such efficient work as a ride exclusively for Mr. Simon, of Eng- Sampson's olliclal report of the his words and when Shafter turned and Lexington Leader's land, and will receive ?25,000 for his Btruck him, he let go with all his annihilation of Cervera's fleet takes a member of The staff for a month or so, was j whole page of a newspnper and while might, as any other man of spirit and services. gives himself much credit for what appointed First Lieutenant in Company Burgln, Josiah Smith last week ' At couratre would have done. Shafter's the When jou t me to town. The wearing the much coveted sold 2,000 bushels of No. 2 head seems to have been swollen enor- he did not do, he does not withhold M. and Is wheat at 72 cents. J. A. Noo sold 2,000 bushels at mously and it was very well that he praise from the other officers. He ex- shoulder straps. The American army is now consum- 73 cents, for July delivery. j was reminded that he wasn't the only plains that his vessel was away, out that he made the plans. The report is ing nearly 000 steers a day. Beef has pebble on the Santiago beach. d Bond &, shipped u carload far from being as bombastic, however, always been an important article of of cattle, weighing from 1,000 to 1,200 soldiers of this country, as diet to the If you think of buying THE'whirligig of time brings some as his 4th of July dispatch. pounds, which they .had bought in the well as of English soldiers, but never 6trange changes. The Gen. Wheeler, county at 2c to 3c Anderson News. THE Anderson News is somewhat of in American history has beef been so now under the command of Gen. ShafG. A. Swinebroad bought in the last ter, captured the latter in Tennessee a liar itself. It tells in one issue of a widely distributed and in such excelfew days six mules at $25 to $70, a lot during the civil war and landed him In while rabbit giving birth to 10 little lent condition as at present. Gen. Shatter's detailed report of the of mountain sheep at 92.50 to $3 50 and Libby prison at Richmond. Now the white rabbits and of a man killing 10 capturer and the captor fight together snakes In one "hive" while cutting American casualties in the battle of sold td D. N. Prewltt a bunch of lumbs We want to be the first bouse that comes to your mind. Here uro show the total number at 5c. and with the same purpose as valiantly hay. Brer Birdwhlstell, the editor, Is Suntiauo For the best churning as to yield, us a Few Price. Killed, 23 as tney iougnt eacn otner years also a lawyer, and that may account for was 1,51)3. as follows; ago. Truly indeed has the bloody it. liar and lawyer being sometimes re- officers and 203 enlisted men: wound to quality and us to quanity, the churn ed, 80 officers and 1,203 men; missing, should not be more, than half full of chasm been bridged and this is in very garded as synonomou9 term. 81 men. T.ie missing are supposed to be cream. The cream needs room to slush truth a reunited and reconstructed NO ARMISTICE ASKED dead, as, so far us known, the Spanish around. country, keeping step to the rapid C. D. Holt, at Murray, raises Belgian took no prisoners. march of events and demonstrating AND WAR WILL CONTINUE TO HE WAGhares for the dinner tuble, just us Cubans of Cienfugos have sent an urthat it is the greatest that the sun ever ED PENDING NEGOTIATIONS. gent appeal to Admiral Sampson to muny farmers raise chickens. Tho shone on. hasten his operations, take possession mother hare contributes six or eight With the Evans and Todd factions MADRID NEWSPAPERS CONSIDER re- - of the town and rescue from starvation young ones every eight weeks. Rolled Oats, 5c per package. PORTED TERMS SATISFACTORY. of the republican party fighting each Notwithstanding tho fact that there Electric Cyclo Oil, 5c per bottle. about 5.000 old men, women and chil other In Louisville, therp surely ought Washington, July 28. It is dren. Their situation is described ns is u shortage on the decldious fruit 1 dozen boxes Matches, 500 in n box, for 20c to be a good chance for a democrat to ofliially denied that America is actNumerous other things that will pay you to sea and hear the price horrible, and they declare that "if the crop of California this year, tho shipbe elected this year in that city, ing in bad faith in pushing the war. of. Come in; no trouble to show you. great people of the United States do ments of green fruits so fur this 6euon which ought to be ashamed to be rep International law sanctions it until not como quick to our help we are exceed those for the same period of armistice In writing is signed by resented oy a republican in congress. last year by 175 carloads. Democrats are in the majority there both parties. Story regarded as a Tne largest sale of wool ever made Maj. Gen. Shafter's Wednesday's any way, unless they have entirely sold Spanish trick. of 3,770 sick men in the west has been effected by a St. bulletin shows a total their souls for gold, and they ought to Orders have been issued forShaf-ter'- s in his army, of whom 2,924 have fever. Louis firm. The amount was J. W. ROUT, Manaoib. assert themselves now or hereafter army to return to Long Island of a million pounds of "terThere were 639 new cases of fever count themselves with the enemy of when it is safe. Main Street, Interior Journal Building, Stanford, Ky. Tuesday,, while 538 returned to duty. ritory wool," which cume from tho every thing that is democratic. Gen. Brooke is off for Port Rico. western and southwestern states, and He reports four deaths from yellow Madrid, July 28. Newspapers fever Tuesday, and three from other it will require 35 cars to transport it Senator Kenney, of Delaware, considers peace terms attributed to ,tuh lutein oo teiHiitU si uUlutiQi iWO , fevers. Four other deaths from yellow to its eastern consignee. owes his freedom to seven jurors, who (A Daviess was the banner tobacco McKinley satisfactory. previously reported are also fever not gave him the benefit of the doubt as to county of Kentucky last year. Accord Newport News, July 28. First given. bia guilt of bank looting. The other ing to the reports of the County AsKentucky has arrived, but no Writing of Its failure to be sent to five believed him guilty beyond adoubt. transports are ready. the front, Correspondent Cromwell sessors, Daviess county produced It is not the first time that a senator pounds, which wan more than says: "It is no fault of the Second. It has been charged with heinous offenses WAR TALK. of the three reg- was produced by any other single is by far the best in a general way, but the first time that The 1st and 3rd Kentucky have imentsbest drilled, best equipped and county In thp State for the same year. one came so near getting his deserts Graves county comes next with 4,937,-1)9- 5 within the walls of a penitentiary. reached Newport News on their way to best officered. Than Col. Edgar Gnith-e- r pounds', Christian third with 4,832,- there is no better soldier in Camp Kenney ought to resign at once and let Port Rico. 355 pounds to its credit, and Webster While the 1st and 3d Kentucky are Thomas, and his ability is fully recog the State be represented by a decent urltV, n vlnlil w. KM flftr. ...i . .,uu.,uuu JJUUUUB, isu. vu off for Porto Rico, the 2d has been noti- nized by officers superior in command. frmxtti ....... v. j.w.u nt 1 democrat. Thig is tho way a Lebanon man curfied to prepare for winter quarters at The Second is simply playing In hard The Louisville Times thinks that it Chickamauga. ed his horses of lock jaw: He took a luck." is a significant coincidence In history With his 33,000 troops backed by all The troops under Gen. Miles landed piece of board about ooe Inchthlck. that Spain began to sue for peace the the warships he can desire, Gen. Miles Monday at Port Guanica, near Ponce, ' five inches wide and two fee lone. very day the terrible Louisville Legion ought to clean up that little Porto on the southern coast of Porto Rico. ' placed it squarely on top the head (not was ordered to the front. The Spanish Rico job in a hurry. The landing was elfectcd almost with- - the forehead) and struck it with nn or- have doubtless read the sanguinary corSergeon Maj. John C. Davis, the yel- out resistance. A small detachment of dinary chopping ax with sufficient respondence between the colonel of the low fever expert who has charge of the Spanish troops quickly retired before force to knock the horse down, und In Vli ' '' 1st and the governor and wilted even patients at Santiago, is a Kentuckian. the fire of the first landing party. A each case as soon as the horse got up before the approach of the doughty He married a sister of Hon. C.J. Bron-eto- military road runs from Ponco to San tho trouble was removed, nnd the anl- warrior. HIGG-IN- S Juan, a distance of about 75 miles, part mals have since been doing well. . - Ked-Cro- ss Glorioas Saeeess FROM THE START. GILBERT, al The At The Louisville Store. Sale $1.00 Never Went as Far as Now l g Shoes s 12-inc- h h 1 . h, six-Inc- h five-Inc- J five-inc- h Hvo-inc- h 25 Dozen Men's Shirts. Courier-Jo- f The Louisville Store. t for the high-actin- g ? o Red Front , Cro.-sfiel- Blue Grass Grocery Is THere. Flour, Lard, Coffees, Groceries of any kind, .su-ou- u 25 Lbs. Dark Brown Sugar for $1. Blue Grass Grocery. three-quarte- rs GLASSWARE. Glassware. I See Our lQe Counter of Most Any Thing You Want In Glass Por 10c. ,., o. & McKINNEY. s, J,L fm; - ' Ail - - V r - ) $ 4 5 " ?W- -' J ifTW " V . " ,1 V I i t ') will make special rates Will Liquidate. The stockholders ' Saturday nnd run special trains Sunday of tho Farmers Bank it Trust Co. de- - ' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL What you are looking for may b t0 Hlph Drldgc at very low rates. elded Wednesday to put tho Institution on Severance fi Sons's remnant coiininto liquidation, tho vote standing THE heat ha not been so Intense $140,000. which Is July 29, 1898 ter. over the necessary Stanford, Ky., since tho heavy rain of Tuesday night, MVn.tMt.f1j Thn rilon tlKnmisnil j tVlflt. SCHOOL supplies, Including a largo which our Hubble correspondent says lh(j bank cog(j on,1.,boforo A lino of beautiful tablets at W. B. ruined the nubbin crop. Corn Is look 20 und Dr. Owsley hopes to bo able to E. 0. Walton, Business Manaocu. Ing fine and Improving every day. do several days within the limit. It Is t Sbwinu machine sold under five Showers are predicted for today. his intention to open the Lincoln CounHfcving purchased the stock of W. H. Shanks, I shall continue the business at tho TUB best Ib never too tfood for pro years' guarantee for only $17 at Warmm ty National next day, authority for snme place, and earnest'y request a liberal share of your patronage. The stock In ' pcrlpt.lon work. That Is the reason wo disLincoln Co. National. ren iV Shanks. use the best goous uiiiy. patch from Washington to the Cincin- which he has altcady obtained, and hand shall be oflered to you at Hie same Store. Six per cent will bo added to all city nati Enquirer of the 20th says: Tho organize with a number of tho largest personaLTndTocietyTossip. taxes not paid on or be'ore August 1st. application of Thomas J. Foster, Jas. stockholders of the old bank, who will O. J. Newland, collector. C. Hays, James W. Alcorn, Samuel J. afterwards transfer to each stockholder Mhs. M. C. IJL'KSSIDB has been quite Embry, Joseph B. Paxton and William one share for every two he held in It. V Just what you want at last. Chase P. Walton, for authority to organize The residue of their holdings will be And many articles even Less Than until entirely dispohed-of-i- n order clerking & Sanborn's bulk roasted colTce. Solo to make room for an cnti e new collection of Clblland Eastland Is the Lincoln County National Bank of paid as fast as the business is clo-e- d up. agents, Hlggtns & McKlnnoy. for John l Joues. Stanford, Ky., with a capital of $100,-00- The new bank will doubtless take all DCNN, of Danville, Is MISS MAItY was today approved by the Comp- the good paper of the old one, but the TllEI'.E were f0 men on Wednesday's with Mies Mary Elkin. National banking law prohibits such Southbound passenger on their way to troller of tho Currency. G. M. Davison, M C, returned to work for the Illinois Central Railroad. institutions from taking any notes that Which I Mini begin to receive immediate'y. Relieving thnt the CASH SYSTEM John P. Jones has bought out for are past due and all such will havo to is best for both buyer and seller, I shall do business strictly in that line, and believWabhlnu'ton Wednesday. ALluATOlt. G. Thomas Ashlock and cash the dry goods store of W. H. be paid. Foubst McClaky will bepln clerking I can please you in each and every particular, I invite your inspection of my Felix Faulkner saw an aligator near Shanks lock, stock and barrel, at about ing for Scvomnco V. Sons Monday. stock. Dynamite. The other day when Mlts. L. A. Faiiiss, of Lexington, Is Hickman's ford in Dlx river the other 0.1 per cent, of the cost of the goods and will run a store that will do credit to Mr. G. W. Young started to fire the father, Mr. J. H. Kout. visiting her day. tho city. Ho wa raised up In the dry traction engine of Hiatt it Young, Miss Mauy WhaktoN Is home from Sale. T. C. Ball sold to Hollls Cur- goods business and with the exception which also runs their thresher, he tho Protestant Infirmary, Lexington. rier the house and lot on East Main of a few years on the road as drummer found nn eight-inc- h stick of dynamite Mlts. F. W. ALLBN and aunt, Mrs. Street, opposito Mrs. Lou Shanks, for for a shoe house has followed the bus! In one of the Hues, with a twp-feN. B. I wish to thank all my friends of this and adjoining counties for their fuse yesterday. Grant, went to Lexington I10. pa9t favors and trade and heartily recommend to their patronage my friend and sucncss all his life. He will dispose of the attached. He took it out as cautiously MlBSKSANXlKASU MAItY PHILIPS Ouit junior Is under obligations to Mr. old stock as rapidly as possible to have as possible and no damage resulted. cessor, J. P. Jones, and bespeak for him a place in your confidence, visiting Mrs. W. J. Uogan In Garare Yours. W. II. SHANKS. W. L. McCarty. of Kingsvlllc, for a the shelves clear for an Immense fall The thresher was on Mr. Eugene W. rard. Lee's farm near Mtlledgevllle and Mr. Indianapolis, liberal sample of the line tomatoes he stock. Mlts. C. L. HQLMBS, of Young says he thinks the dynamite npeni several days with Mrs. James I'. Is canning. THE rascal who broke into A. B. was placed by a dastard who wanted to Uailoy. The privileges of tho Hustonvllle Florence's store and stole $12 seems to get the firm out of the way It had of the Mb. and Mns. W. A. Pin-reFulr will bo sold at Hustonvllle Satur- have been caucht. Marshal Newland just started the second threshing outfit S Gilberts Creek rcctlon, are visiting In day afternoon, July 30. W. D. Hock- arrested Will Carter, aged 1(5, son of and it is supposed tho fellow thought Somerset. Abe Carter, on suspicion, and at his that that was too much of a good thing. er, Socretary. Miss Blain Gbntky, of Ncwburn, . examining trial Wednesday before Ibnn., Is tho guost of Mr. and Mrs. It. WILL BUILD. Messrs. S. II. and.W. Juu,'e Carson a very strong chain of Messrs. Hiatt it Young have been Full Courpe of Study in Literature, Science, Music, Art and Elocution, under cul threshing for 10 years and as they have tured and experienced teachers It. Gentry. II. Shanks havo contracted with John Special attention given to Primary and Preparatory Classes, went up to A. Allen for a handsome dwelling on circumstantial evidence was welded alwajs charged the standard price, G A B. McKlNNBY Mlts. around him. His shoe fitted the tracks Call ft the College and get a copy of our New Catalogue, yesterday to visit hor daughter, their farm and will move to It when exactly, he had money and never works cents per bushel, their competitors NANNIE, S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal, Stanfoid, Ky. or write for one to MRS. Jclllco have no reason to grumble except that Mrs. H. G. Cook. completed. any and his own gauzy story added to they were getting too much work. Mr. Mks. Bowman Smith, of McKlnnoy, Jonks. IkeT. Jones, nn excellent the Impression that ie was guilty. Young has a pretty good Idea who the returned Tuesday from a visit to relayou tig man, living just back of More-lan- Judge Carson thought there were more rascal is and he may yet look through tives at Livingston. died Monday night of typhoid than reasonable grounds of his guilt iron bars. Missbs Lixziu and Mattii: Thompand held him In $1."0 bond, which he son, of Lancaster, are visiting MUs fever. He wa a son of Samuel Jones couldn't give und went to jail. The Murray city council has passed and was 23 years old. Mnrgarot Bright. this ordinance: "If any person shall tie Ve keep "the best" line of n, Mlts. Mauy A. EnolkmaN, of Second Lieutenant Mr. J. S. or fasten any rattle-boor similar Masonic Notice. Monday night, Is visiting Mrs. John Kngloman Auir. 1st, Lincoln Lodge, No. CO, will Hooker has received information thai to any dog or other animal on Danville Avenue. Hocker, son of within the city of Murray he shall be hold an important buslnos meeting, his nephew, Wood-o- n MisssALKB Lloyd, principal of which all members are requested to Joe H. Hocker, of Kansas City, has fined 81." Madli-oFemale Institute, was the attend. R. B. Miihony, Secy. been appointed second lieutenant in n Al-- o Lead. Colors and Stain. rUESOKIPTIOXS care"the best" Paints, Oils. Varnl-hguost of Mr. W. M. Bright. heavy artillery company of the U. S. n o a t easy terms fully compounded from "the best" drugs obtainable. Your putronagu Is always appreat once on reof Prowitt Brown, of tho army and that ho Is en route to Port AN Infant MissJnssn: Dbank Cooic hns rurv OM.L.1L, . ciated and lt will be our constant aim to sell "tno best" goods at reasonable prices. lino turned from a protracted and delightful McKlnnoy Section, wandered to a pond Rico. The olllco pays $1,000 and Is for V Acre, well watcrwl nl incixxi Mate of orctiril, Tnoilwelllue Urn. near the house during his parents' ab- life. There were 7,000 applicants for At (orn ami hay crtw ran lnHight visit to her sister In Nashville. Klven 10 nlt pnrrliaH?r Call on or aililrw, .1. C. AND BtllDlKGltCllDS, sence Tuesday and win almost drowned the 100 positions at the bestowal of the Mrl LAIIY, tanlonl. Ky. MlSSKS LlLLIi: It is thought It can president nnd that Mr. Hockor won of Boyle, and Gertrude Woods, of Ver- whoti discovered. not live. 8. sailles, are visiting MUs Alyco Bea-lenhows that he had a pretty good politiREPORT OF THE CONDITION of cal pull, such kisses always going by Chaklie Stephenson, father ' Miss Bbssiic I). YaNTIS and Mr. the condemned Negro, Is trying to get favors. Lt. Hocker was raised here Thomas Yantls, of Winchester, are his son's sentence commuted by getting and is a fine specimen of manhood, THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, AT STANFORD. guests of Mr. and Mrs James A. thu jury which tried him, to sign a being six feet tall and well proportion- In the Slate of Kentucky, at the dote of butineis ed. He has hud considerable military paper to the governor, but all of those July 14, iS$S. JbssbC. .MKKSHON and family, be- he has seen have refused. training, but was never at West Point. RESOURCES. sides numerous others of Corbln, came Loans and "How long have you been in busi- Overdraft!, ditcounttand uniecured ..$I.W24 35 to attend the burial of William The IC. C. division of the L. .t N. down 'J.:7 secured W,(KlO l) ,. rato to Cincinna- ness In Stanford?" was asked of Mr. S. U. S. Honds to secure Circulation odors a $2 round-triWalter. it otn 58 C. C WaLLACK, who wants to bo ti next Sunday, 31st. The train will II. Shanks. "Ever since the beginning Stocks, securities, etc 9,200 00 furniture and fixtures.. was horo In leave Stanford at 2:10 a. m.; returning of the civil war," he replied and being Iljnklnc-housjKistmastor at Richmond, owned real fiTl 00 gray gelding leave Cincinnati at 7:5,1 r. M. J. S. further questioned said: "Bro. John Other from eatatu and mortgagesnot Reconsultation with the National Banks, Due und Judge Lytic opened a store on the Rice, Agent. Tuesday. :" 73 serve Acents same site of the present building ,10 or Due from State Hanks and Duikers 4W 2', MISS MAltciUKltlTK HOLT and Mr. F.UIt PlMVILF.UBS FOE SALE. The more years ago. John went to the war Due from approved reserve agents S,'.!") si f Patterson Holt, of Memphis, are guests l,?ll .77 aiMisomcnt, refrurhmunt' and other and I bought the business und ran it Checks and other cash items of Miss Alice Baughman at J. W. fiM) 00 it privileges of the Russell Springs Fair, till he returned after the declaration of Notes of other Nat. Uank nickels and Baughman's. Fractional paper currency, August 23, 24. 2.1 and 20, will be sold on peace, tie tnen bought a nail interest 473 It) cents MISS IlKTTir. WBAItBN returned 2fi,5oo 00 Lexington, accompan- Saturday, August 0, 1S0S. For particu- in It and we conducted the store togeth- U. s Hond Account Wednosday from 12.S07 31 address U. S. Rexroal, Secretary, er till his death, when I bought his Specie- ied by Misses Margaret and Nannie lars Legal tender notes 2,413 It) 15 280 01 Kimble, Ky. I rati it alone till a few part again. Denton James. Redemption fund with U. S, Treasurer ago when I gave it to my son, 2,250 00 5 percent, of circulation MB. GBOltoB Hl'OHBS, of Boyle, wa Not Dead. 'an. Tribble, while In years his father's Atlanta last week, saw a wounded sol- Will, for whom I havo clerked since. here yesterday advertising & Total SiiKl.ito 67 sold Aug. 31, to- dier right from Santiago aud he said He has now sold it out of the family LI A III LIT I ES. farm, which will be f 100,000 00 and for tho fir&t time in .10 years or Capital stock gether with the personalty. Tom (Boatman) Morrissy was still that 17,000 00 Surplus fund Gbo. B. Encslbman received a allvo und uninjured when he left Cuba. more, tlie business will be run tnanotn-e- r Undivided profits, lest expenses and Mlts. monoy he name." Asked how much Illness If Morrissy was killed, as reported, It telegram announcing the 172 54 taxes paid 41,600 00 ' of Mrs. J as. L. Englemen. of Searcy, must have been after the main battle. has made In the building, he declined National Hank Notes outstanding 3,191 2S to say, but a close relative, who ought Due to other National Hanks Ark., and left at once for her bedside. Advocate. 1,05 53 to know, said "Put It down ut $100,000 Due to State Hanks and Hankers Advocate. U4,270 72 Individual deposits subject to check SingleInstitutes. Supt. Garland or more and you wont miss It far." MlSSLOC IlOCKUlt, of Hustonvllle, Notts and Mils raliscounted 28,141 70 . gave a "Patriotic Dinner" to herguest, ton asks us to mention again that the A Liabilities other toati those above stated 1,230 00 Chances for a Reduction. S&S3 Miss Margaret Ingels, of Paris, Tues- Institute for white teachers will be committee appointed by Mayor J. N. J.1K),293 07 Total....- and held beginning Aug. 8, with Prof. W. STATE OF KENTUCKY, day, which was a most elegant ... county ot Lincoln, C. Grlnstead, of Danville, conductor Menefeo composed of the city attorney elaborate allalr. I, John McKoberts, cashier and Councllmen Elmore, Hundley and Ittnk, do J solemnly swear that of above named the above state PitOCTOU and chil- and that for colored teachers Aug. 1.1, Mlts. GnomilA Stone waited on the olllcers of the Stan ment is true to the best of my knowledge and be McROHERTS Cashier of Danville, are staying at Crab with Prof. W. L. Williams, of Louisdren, JOHN J. ford Water, Light tfc Ico Co. Wednes- lief. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 28th day Orchard Springs and the Advocate says ville, conductor. day night and asked a reduction In tho OlJilly. iSoS. W. M. UltKiHT.N. r. L. U Mrs. A. E. Hundley will also spend a I, S. HOCKEH. The Anderson News referring to tho water and light charges and also thut Directors llAYtic.s, J few weeks thore. fact that only 21 persons out of 02 ex the arc lights bo burned all night, but W. l Walton, of tho house party amined Tin: members in this county for school certifi- no agreement was reached. Tho comN.o 3917. sC KHMBBiVfsHBIV HftutMUfA5"3La H given by Miss Mary Rcld arc having a cates got papers, says that 1G pany agreed to strike out that portion REPORT OP THE CONDITION Tuesday evening a delight- out of 23 got first-clagay time. certificates In of the contract which made the town ful dance was given and Wednesday that county and proceeds to crow for liable In the event suit was brought for THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE, hay ride was jlSsVflsaSSSBS?fclvLBrSSJi1tvQv1vSx evening an w lST a fc the county which has such smart teach- stopping the water supply of those AT HUSTONVILLE, Qsw if vBsBLKiiuiWv j Lbb enjoyed. tvi xkaiv f. ers and so much good whisky. whose lands bordered on the creek and lathe State cf Kentucky, at the close of business Miss Josr.pmNB Rkid tells us that reduced tho number of days of notificaJulyH, 1808. The Gentry Reunion promises to tion to 30 In the event the town wanted two more have been added to Miss MaKESOUKCESt houso party: Miss Camille draw a largo crowd to Crab Orchard to buy tho plant, and further ogreed to ry Reld's $100,618 39 Loans and diseoutits of Lexington, and Horaco W. Springs next week. Col. T. P. Hill has Hopper, as now for .1,218 12 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. 18 consented to deliver an address and In furnish water and light Bowman, of Danville. This makes 12.A00 00 instead of $3,190. Tho committee U S. Bonds to secure circulation crowd could looking up data for It found that Richand a jollier or happier S00 00 offered $2,500 and finally went up to Banking House, furniture and fixtures. ard Gentry, from whom the largo fam- $2,740; the Due irom National Hanks, not Re not be found. latter offer being made for 1,037 65 serve Agents PltOF. M. L. RaNEY, who will occu- ily sprung, is credited to Madison coun. all night arc lights. As stated above 1,203 57 Due irom Stat Banks and Bankers Iron Fence. of Latin and Greek at ty In tho list of pensioners of tho Revopy tho chair 8,Cy5 92 no agreement was made and an ad- Pu from approved reserve ajents Cypress Shingles Hogsett Academy next Besslon, Is In lutionary war and that ho was 77 years journed mooting of the council was to Checks and ether cash Items 283 08 2,113 00 this county to secure pupils for the In- of ago In 1640 when the census was have been held last night to hear tho Notes ot other National Banks Fractional paper currency, nickels and stitution. He is a native of Stanford taken. committee's report and take further 52 1G cents Is rising rapidA and though very young THE average man, who takes a paper action. The water works officers claim Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, viz ly In his chosen profession. 10,575 00 Specie $400 to equip and then wont pay for it, Is In nine that lt will cost at least "Metal Hoofing. with U. S. TUB Nashville American contains a that will burn all Redemption fund circulation. Treasurer cases out of ten a thief as well as a tho town with ICi !0 5 per cent, of Mill "Work. of Mies Alma Lackoy, of Galpicture rascal. He will Lake your paper and night, as the ones now used will not $141,91)0 39 latin, who was sponsor for the Tennes- when dunned for tho monoy will pay no do so. Tho offer seems to bo a reason- Total see Sons of Confederate Veterans, attention whatever to the letter, not able one und it is hoped that tho coun- Capital stock paidLIABILITIES. $5O,0u0 00 in which in no wise does the little beauty oven having tho gentlemanly Impulse cil will Insist on Its proposition. Tho Surplus fund. 25,000 00 justice. It compensates for it, however, to explain his delinquency. Last week lights ought to bo burned all night by Undivided profits, less expenses and 297 95 taxes paid by un exceedingly nice write up. this otllce sent out 300 notices of in- all means. . 11,250 10 National Hank notes outstanding FLOllBNCE AND BYRD GlV- MISSES 0,514 74 debtedness to as many people nt a cost Wm. Hesek and B. L. Lane, of Ken- Due to other National Banks. 2MI 39 BNS, Lillian Forsjthe, Hattie May of postage, stationery and time of not Due to Mate Banks and bankers osha, Wis., were at tho Myers House 372 62 to pay taiea Surber, Mary Beazley, Lena Bruce, less than $10, und but a single response "Wo will store wheat at a less price than you can store on wheels and l'und yesterday. They wore 48,283 69 Individual deposits subject to check Mesdames J. E. Bruce and Eliza Blain has been received nnd that contained had come tho 750 miles In a week. They Total $141,999 39 yourself. All who stored last year made money. Also and Messrs G. C Glvcns, J. Warren no monoy. Many of tho fellows we are left In the afternoon for Cincinnati. I, J. W. Mocker, cashier of the above named R. Beazloy, J. L. Bcaz-leHocker, James Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement going to warrant and after publishing John B. Foster sold to John B. Em- is will either buy, store or sell you sacksto store. Call and and L. C Bosley, formed a crowd a list of tho rest in this paper will otTcr true to the best of my knowledge and belief. bry for Nelson Morris 52 cattle to go , J. W. Uockeii, Cashier. to tho unlucky number of 13 to Drlp-- them at auction before the Subscribed and sworn to before me this 26th, In September at 4!e. They will weigh see us. ping Springs Wednesday. dayol July, 98. 111.0, s. iiuj.n,. r. l.. U, door. If you do not wish your name about 1,450. Kmvakii Alcorn. y Directors. us GOc at Louisville T. J. UuiiiMON, Wheat sold Gkbat bargains in school tablots, included you had better hurry up and (Wednesday. as low II. lluow.v. pay. & Hooker's. etc., at Craig LOCAL HAPPENINGS, TlIK Q. & C. - - ATTENTION, PLEASE ! -- 3 i uip a m m Cost 0, Dry Goods, Notions Boots and Shoes, &c m m J. P. JONES. m s. Stanford Female College. WILLIAM HELTON, PRESIDENT. Next Session Will Open September 5th 1 d, Our Motto: "The Best." e. Lox-logto- x con-trlva- Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, r nnr rttmu m -- c CI cultlTa-lloti- huMM-a- , 1 roM-.lo- J.'-li- u y. &am&$m's&smj3mmffl8B CRAiC HOCKER. 1: Dud-dcr- ar. m; M M- - 1 p e, , -- GBNTLBMBN:-O- ur line of Soft Shirts is worthy of 1 your attention. See our 50c, 1 75c and $1 goods. SEVERANCE St SONS. 1 i set-ion- s m I first-cla- ss ss L& BM S3,-0- 00 A.C.gNa,l STANFORD, KY. a-c- s y it court-hous- o J. H. BAUGHMAN a CO. vl-- - IStlfSi LIBERTY. CHURCH CHATTER, Rev. W. S. Grinstcud will preach at Monday was county court day and a considerable crowd was lu attendance. Mt. Xenla at 3 o'clock Sunday after will m'U It not uUI prlviiti'lv Iwfote. A large body of land lying near Rolling noon. ut auction 011 ."ATUUDA Y.OCT. I, 189, u vt"blioliiTa.aeAyB Ther were eight additions In Rev. sale by parties Fork was offered for ATFarm 87 Acres. living In Nlcholasvllle; but little of It J. II. Dew's meeting at Perry vlllo. On Hanging Pork nuo mile from lltufon-vlll- o Rev. P. T. Hale has been Installed In vr xusu, Yicvii was sold. 82 on tho .Stanford pike. It N well Ima. All A number of Col CoUon's recruits, his new pastorate at Roanoke, proved, with house of eight room, nil tlio will be charged. When not sopaldffiCGO neeeary outhnimw, veil watered timl unwho went to Lexington with Recruit the pastors In town joined In the servider (rood fviico. Snlo N for the ptirKo of ces. ing Oflicer Gaylo Ford last week, have Wrlto to any of Him it siitlifuctor.r dlvllon. A Methodist preacher in Boston uiitUrlirm.(for further jmrtli'ulHrj or cull returned. Some failed to pass the T&StMivxfiissN FREE for a few months to all users of the on or utUlrciu J. V, Drvo nt II uttou vlllo, physical examination, and u few and It advertised that he would have for his celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron Ky. .1 W Ilrye. Mr. J. V. I'liMlor. Mr. is hoped a very few, after passing tho subject the following Sunday night, Knto Brand). To induce you to try this brand of TIME II, Tcrlitino und Mr. It V. Ilrudli'v" examination decided to forego their "To Hell With Spain." starch, so that you may find out for yourself Rev. A. M. Haens, of Bucyrus, 0., chances of martial glory and accordingthat all claims for its superiority and econKENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. ly slipped through the lines aud came skipped the country when It got out omy are true, the makers have had prepared, No. 5 ArrrlTwat Manford at 1:03 v. M. that ho had been too thick with his away. at great expense, a series of c 2.10 A. M. No. i Leases Stanford nt niece, who was visiting him. 12'UO DAV. son Stugg, the Willie No. 21 Arrives at Howlandat TA17HER BROS., ilcKIHHEY. No. 22 l;acs Stanford at - 3:40 P. M. The mother of Rev. Win. Stanley of V. D. Stagg, jumped In the back part of Bob Murphy's backboard to died at Flnchvllle from the effects of a KNOXVILLE DIVISION. ride from the old fair grounds to town. fall from her bed room wlndo.v, 14 feet As they passed Mr. Bowman's stable from the ground. She was ST years of ..12 37 p n Ho. 21 Train going Jortu age. .. 2 41 a in the horse became frightened and began " exact reproductions of the $io,ooo originals by Muvllle, which will be given " No. 26 " ..12 4.1 a ui to run at a terrific speed. Mr. Murphy There will be no meeting at the Bap " outh No. 25 " you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below. ,. 127 pm No. 23 " took the boy by the leg and dropped tlst church here Sunday, Rev. J. B For alllPolnts. These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference, are free of any suggestion of him In the road and then jumped him- Crouch being engaged lu a meeting at advertising whatever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. No KO'IGH TICKETS SOLD. Gap. Rev. Ira Partln Is assisting HAGOAOE CHECKED THKOUGU. self. Will struck on his head and was Halls manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its him in the meeting and there hnd been For any information enquire ol thought to bo seriously injured for a customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only in dav or two, but his- - parents have the 10 additions at last accounts. JOE S. 1UCE, Agent, the manner specified. The subjects are: R. M. Kuykendall, . Stanford, Ky. happiness of seeing him about well American Wild Ducks, American Pheasant, at Marksberry, has just closed a sucnow. Mr. Murphy was uninjured. English Quail, English Snipe. AND CINCINNATI. FRANKFORT Col. R. J. Breckinridge was here cessful meeting with Pastor John R. The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each Monday. M. K. Humphrey has gouo Atkins at the Lebanon church, Frankm. Trains leave Frankfort at fi.30 a. .V and 3 r. m., Plaque is bordered with a band of gold. lin couuty, which continued 12 days. to Somerset. Miss Haidee Rowe, of connecting at Georgetown with (J. C. ami Paris at 9:40 a. i. and 5: 10 l M. Leave Paris Jamestown, has returned home after a There were IS additions, 10 of whom 9: 20 a. m aml5:3 p. M., connectlna at Georgeat town with tj. A C. and reaching Frankfort at 11:53 month's visit to her sister, Mrs. W. C. were by baptism. Baptist Argus. d7:20 rMpll A. u. A. O. P. A. Adains. F. M. Scott went to Lexinghas been the standard for 25 years. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. All pnrcharr of tbre 10 cent or ton to see his son, who belongs to Col. tx Scrnt package of KlnHla Hlarrli TWENTY-TWMILLION Colson's regiment. Dr. O. H. McRob-ert- s QUEEN & CRESCENT. (Flat Iron Urn rid), nro entitled In nv The New York World has 'fired corcltefrom thelrirrooer nno of Uiro packages of this brand were sold has been quite sick for a week. beautiful Oame Plaque frre. The, respondent Scovll, pass Junction City as follows: Trains jntaquo will not x writ by mail. last year. That's how good it is. Miss Anna Beldcn is teaching a music 4 11 p ui 12 02 p in No. 2 North Thrjr can bo obtained only from your No. 1 South Bismarck, tho Iron chancellor, Is said 341am class in Dunnville. Mr. James Phillips urocer. ASK YOUR DEALER 114'Jam " 4 " No. 8 " 131pm " 6 " 11 IS am to be dying again. No. 5 " Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. to show you the plaques and tell are visiting the 6 00am and wife, of London, 8 OS pin "10 " No. 9 " A National bank of $200,000 capital, Do not uVlar. This oftVr you about Elastic Starch. Accept Mrs. A. E. No. does not stop. No. 2 stops only for pasen-rer- s family of H. W. Phillips. I for a short time only. Hufltonvillo, (Kentucky is to succeed the Northern at Lexingfrom South of Somerset. 9 and 10 run no furno substitute. ther than Junction City and Sand C only to fcoui- - Grant and Miss Ethel Hasklns, of Chi ton. TBOt. cago, are visiting tho family of H. W. i iU ofVrt Lincoln hlrrTicM to the Bowling Green has the champion inj CMy countlf I ull tlock ol otSniMnl C.k. Phillips. Miss Loutllla Brown, sister chicken thief. He stole 400 chickens luixl. ttitlwariou 9i Mojrf. I. b. of Sheriff James Brown, has been vis- from one person. iting her aunt, Mrs Saliie Humphrey, The Mexican veterans of Kentucky MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. for several weeks. Mrs. Bettlo Nupler will hold their annual reunion at : and little daughter, Dollie, have returnSeptember 20. ed to Scottsvllle. Mrs. Napier Is the The Orphans' Home, at Washington, Newly furnished; clean beds; Bplendsd Louisville. Ky., Porters widow of Charles Napier and has been lnd., was destroyed by lire causing a Everything t&blo. living with his mother. Mrs. Dollie loss of $20,000. All the children were 89 meet all trains. AMERICAN & EUROPEAN Napier, until her death a couple of removed In safety. months ago. A. S. The Gibson House, Cincinnati, has A Mr Gaddtss, of Frye's Creek, and assigned on account of dull trade. As The Lndic HoMfturnnt is the llncst in urgeon the city. Kvery convenience or ladled a Miss Goode, of the same community, sets $173,000. liabilities $75,000. Dentist, spending the day in the city, drove In town last week for the purpose The supreme court of North Carolina Uontlenfii's Cafe on olllce lloor. of being married. Jailer Tom Bell, afllrraed the penalty of $1,000 imposed who by the way seems to bo sadly un- - on the Southern railroad for issuing a Out of suits that cost from f 10 to S12. Call at once and get first choice as tliee THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, Offloeover Mcltoberts' Drug Store in thcROwBley nentimental, either unaware of the pass. (Malinger. Goods will not last lonij nt the price. Building. te young man's felicitous situation or on the After blowing up a Music Tuevl.tv, Thursday and Sunday Kvcninv. rudely disregarding It, served a capias Shelbyvllle is Eminence pike with dyCrab Orchard, pro fine on him and proceeded to con- namite, raiders left a note of warning SUMMER TOURS & PLUMBING, duct him to the new brick mansion on and ordered that no more toll be col-- THE INTERIORJOURNAL F FARM FOR SALE of -2 ! ir aaiTiliavs vv:ccic A Beautiful Present EsS EESs&fl III 'J - nine-year-ol- THE CYCLONE. d GAME PLAQUES Pastor-Evangeli- st reach-In- n ms. ELASTIC STARCH O How To Got Thorn: Wire Nails, 2c Horse Shoes, 3c. Large Bottle Bluing, 5c 3 Lbs. Best Soda, 10c Good Broom, 10c Wat'r Bu'k't, 10c Putnam Horse Shoe Nails, 20c J. T. STJTTONT, Undertalcor, ()(T-rCar-nlf- 1 -- Mason Hotel first-clas- s. lancaster, Kentucky. Har-rodsbu- rg BIG ME IN ODD FANIS ! LOUISVILLE HOTEL PRICE, Black, Clay, Worsted, Stanford, Ky. AT ONLY $2.50, W. toll-ga- TINNING STANFORD, KY., .Baughman&Co.'s Mill J. T. Jones, E. PERKiVS, Ky. Is now prepared to do nil kinds of Plumbing and Tinning. Sole proprietors of Dean's uiack Diamond itoo: rutnt. Telephone ?o. 20, residence. Shop on Mill St.. oppslte J. 21-- tf JXcGjjAY the Southern side of the city. Then the groom to be, by much intercession, prevailed on his captor to let him bo married before he was incarcerated, whereupon a license and Dick Gibon- ey, two of matrimony here, were procured and the groom and the bride unwavering, though under much adversity and the jailer all proceeded to the county judge's otlice, where the vows made In sunshine were consummated'in shadows. Richard in conclusion repeating the customary In junction: "Those whom God hath joined let not man putasunder." Jailer Bell, however, took the groom from the presence of his weeping bride and sundered them even with bars of Iron and postponed the honeymoon for the mat- - lected. George Alexander .fc Co. have opened a new bank In Paris with a capital "Big Four Route," TO This bank takes the place of the branch of the Northern Bunk In that city. John Runyan, father of 23 living children died at the cottage In which g SO years ago he began In Pike county. He had beeu married of $10,000. house-ikeeulu- Till. Mountains, Lakes and Seashore. Uiw lUIr wild to in ( hauUuqto, Stmg . l.lati'li u( l.ile I rlr. Tlioutaml I.ImkN m jwrriH ItHrr. lira all., AillMtxIac lf, Gwrgr. New l.ujUml ItrxtrU. T.. the Ureal tla tVteUtiJ. Mtivluikv, Tl-l- , Wtrwllnr llrnt.ui llailr Tu Ml Qrtiitni, Ma. kinar nul M'.i'kl.'in 'lu the Nrllii-- t atol Wrt la St Iuil. ar.l ( lilcK-.-i on-full lurtli ulirt, ij4y tu ruulr. time of Haiti uraiMrrin, atir a.u'iit "III.. 1'ot ii (i. MiOiltMlt K. i: WAIIKKN J. I.YM'11, ' 1U. Tratlli Ur At. Urn l'a., A Tkt .Wt. Sx-.- ll I je rt seven times. ter of 40 days. Jim Wood Bourne sold two Jersey And Dealer in steers for 2!c. of Hustonvllle, Is Charley HAB2TESS, SADDLERY, &C. here buyingBohon, mule colts. some STANFORD. KY. Cox & White had a load of ripe watermelons on the market Monday. Rain has fallen here in the last few days that has ruined nearly all the nubTHE UNDERTAKER! HUBBLE. Soutnern Railway SOUTH 61EJTEST PENETRATES SISffl bins. Mr. Hollace Spoonamore and mother, of Buena Vista, were up among friends. M. D. Hughes and Clay Hamilton, of Lancaster, were here this week workEIGHT GREAT STATES ing up a Maccabeo lodge. 'Prof. Secrest will preach at the Kentucky, Tennessee. Virginia. Georgia, North and South Carolina, Christian church hero Sunday morning Alabama. Mlslsslppl and Sunday night nt usual hours. The sad news reached here Tuesday mornlntr of the death of Mr. Willie Walter, and the entire community exBetween Louisville aw1 the South. tends to the bereaved father and moth er and to all the family their deepest sympathy. DAILY TRAINS Bud Langston and family, of East Each wuy between Louisville and Lexington $03,000,000. Bernstadt, ate visiting Fenley Purdom. W. A. TUMC, G. P. A., Jack Everhart, of New Orleans, and Dr. Carpenter was culled by telephone Washington. D. O. Kid McPartland, of Now York, fought V. II. TAVLOE. A. G. P. A. to see Aunt Betsy Spoonamore, who was Monday night. It Louisville. Kv thought to be dangerously ill, but is 25 rounds to a draw was their third fight, the previous Improving at this writing. meetings, each of 20 rounds, having Our superintendent has ordered that been declured draws. no Improvements be made on the old While a number of men were clearschool-housexcept to patch the roof ing away the debris of a slight explo and the trustees have employed Miss sion at Pinole Powder Works, Cal., a Annie McKlnney, of Stanford, to teuch second explosion occurred, completely this oession, which will begin 1st Mon- wrecking the building and killing and day In August. S9,SM,-43S.3- Through Sleeping Cars THREE William Wayne, a printer at Elk hart, lnd., cut his ttiroat because he lost his job. He had tramped for 40 Self-Folding- 1 years aud was never known to have touched whisky. Twin brothers, 77 years of age, Perry and John Steele, gave a big dinner near Stepstone the other day in honor of their birthday. They are hale und hearty and as lively as boys. Five tramps put off an L. is N. freight train attempted to wreck a followlug by putting a ilsh bar on the track. They were arrested and are in jail ut Glasgow Junction. The local option election held at Hartford, June 18, has been declared We olTer a Illegal. This Isaylctory for tho wets," the Prohibitionists having received a majority of votes at the last election. The Southern Railway will restore the 10 per cent, cut In wages made In 1S03. A 5 per cent. Increase will be To close up the season. All we ask l to give us a call. Opposite paid at once und the additional 5 per cent will be made a few months later. The Internal revenue receipts for tho Louisville district show an Increase of more than 1,000,000 during the year DR. R. ended Juno 30 over the previous year. W'v are now for Hie lrt't of riparel to till nrilri The total amount taken In was Oul both for ilomeilU ami threshing iuro. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & We nl The first half of the year hns been a Take in Exchange for C:al C:rn and Hay, SURGEON, prosperous one for tho American rail- Which we ifP constantly on ham! at the liwet l roads, tho trross earnings of the roads C'aih I'rlc. i?e ui btrfure layliis In your Wlnier Stanford, - - Kentucky. v.i:xi:ii.y minis. supply showing an Increase, as compared with .H, Near Di'iM, Manfonl elephone 41 Olllce over lllgglns & MclClntiey'it Store. period of 1S07, of the corresponding pas-eng- er lt"n.' lr rtr, Extension Table. See it at W. W. Withers'. IINCINN T1 U FIRE INSURANCE Overstocked. Court-IIoiibc. Insurance Company OP BROOKLYN. : 1, A Big Reduction for Buggy and Harness Trade, B. K. WEAKEN & SON. Until August '98, Caledonian Insurance Co., oi Scotland. KOUNDKD JHOO. R.B.MAHONY.Agt, bTAsront), Vy. COAL! COAL! m. PH6LPS, H. C. RUPL CJ, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., 3. Vanderpool House, Crab Orchard, I Season of 1898. GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS Is Receiving Ills Fall And IVjnter Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. Ky. ii TAKE THE e, The camp grounds will be full of Interest ganize the first national bank at Manthis year with lively programs, line ila, Philippine Islands, has been Hied speakers, excellent music and crowds by Messrs. B. Ashby and Coolidge, two Route to of delighted and appreciative peoplo. Washington newspaper correspondents, Low rates during the camp meeting and special low Sunday rates for Sun- who say they have enlisted the assistdays, July 24th and 31st, will be made ance of New York capitalists in the via tho Queen is Crescent Route. Spe- scheme. cial Sunday train service will be run 'I have used Chamberlain' Cough f uly 24th aud 31st, for convenience of patrons between Somerset and High Remedy In my family for years and alBridge. Ask your ticket agent for full ways with good results," says Mr. W. particulars, or see smull bills. B. Cooper, of El Rio, Cal. "For small Coral Is again In style, worn chlelly children we find It especially effecStank J. need, G. PJU. Clriuago. as long chains or necklaces. Dog tive." For sale by Craig & Hocker, E. H. DacoB, D.P. A., LouUville, Ky collars of coral are also shown. druggists. MONON,' High Bkidge Camp Meeting. wounding many workmen. An applcatlon for permission to am and have been for two month-- , lom-t- d neur the depot, having lu iio.m-.iI'jtho I wish to announce, that this popular sumVaiuloijiool House. I have lieietofont niuilti mer resort wll' be open for thu accommodano uunounciMiH'iit nor hOllrlted jat miiat; tion of guests. at I have hud to give things aliout tliuhoue a puitural overhauling Thinking this work .ulllclently done to he able, to give accommodutloiiH, I now Milh'lt the (mlron-ng- e Itcriuued raU-- during tho flrt month, of tho public, assuring thum that espe1 or Information in regard to rates, etc.. cial attenttou will be given them, .o as to nd dress make them pleasant In everv jMisslhlo way. T. II. WIUGIIT, 3S A. M. uAMHultT. Give us a call. Crab Orchard. Ky. TTTSSTjEJ s , 1893. Farmers Bank&Trnst OK STANFOKD, Co i KY. w Fall up Capital, Surplus, Tott-cU- 3200,000 00 17,603 80 or- Tlie Popular CRAB ORCHARD -- AKE- THE TIIIKI) SESSION OK Ky. J Wesleyan Academy SFRiNGS Cj r F1' 1I W Amuse-mont.s ' CHICAGO. II Cm Wl " At Burnsidc, Ky,, Begins Thursday, Sept. 8. l',.n..l.. W. l'l..;. r..,.,plii..r.l T.mAnK. ..11 .... VTlllVIP tlUlll nl . ..V .. .V. .l.V . oniegu gruuuaius. r.iiruiiiuuiii nisfc jciir ivo. Excellent coumes olTered In Latin, OrooW. Oerman, French, English, MnthematlcM, cl Tho Academy for coming hc.sslou has Full lo aaiue our 20 yettrs' exixricnce In hanking and at liberal accouiuiodatioua aiare couditcnt jouiid hauling. with OIIKCTOR1. thei'arTaluetlirrt'vr.iiiaildltloutollieaiiiounttn. Tested In tucli thaivs. It may act i executor, Ac, a fully aa an IndlTldual. Tendering our thiiiiki to thiwo who bare eulruit-e- d tlielr biulnesi lo us, we trust they will rontluu todoao, and weotltr a a Rtiarantcefor iirouiiilat-tentlo- n Uj provlilom of it charter, djK)iltori are fully at are debitors In National IUuka, lu ahareliiililer Ixrlnu hzii IndUldually liable to tho extent of the aiiiomitof tlivlr.tock therein at I P.. Cool, Exhilarating. Kostful. Music, and Good Living. For Terms adders, GUS HOFMANN, Prop. onccs, History, Music, Oratory and l'hjwlcul Culture. Terms modoruto. Hoarding department Is all that could bo wished In way of comfort aud convenience. For particulars und Catalogue, address the Principal, Williams, Mt. Vernon; w,Jl Cuuiuilm, PreackeriTllle; J. S Owsley, Sr., J. II. Uwiley, William lloocU, S. II. SUauki, H. J. huibry, J. F. Cut, J. h. LTnn, a. W. Carrier J. N. Menefee. J. J. (. ii JAMES O. DOLLEY, M. A. orricKas. S. U. Shanks. President: J. U. Owsley Cashier; W.M.-Brig- ht elUr