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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898081601 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. It SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXV11. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. AUGUST 16. 1898. -- NO. il rV i WE WANT TO- POLITICAL POINTS, Hustonvlllo had on her gayest, garb, THE HUSTONVILLE FAIR. In Hon. Albert S. Berry, Congressman Our West End friends should raako most of the houses belnc decorated Judge Lester Taylor, of Chardln, O., - flags and bunting. from the Sixth district, thinks he will tho present fair organization a perMessrs. T. C. Jasper and J. S. Goode have no opposition for a renomination. Imsiust celebrated his I Wh birthday, manent one and boglnnt an early day Isaac Miller, an aged uihI came all the way from Piano, Texrs, to t0 bulld a blRiimptalthcutro and stables The new republican hand book precltl.en of Winchester, died on a street for next year. Lincoln ought to and felt amplv repaid for tholr Custorner of oura. We wil give you the have the fair pared for the republican congressional in Louisville Saturday. trip. Washington Cincln a fair each year and ns II has boon v runic Ivullv. a The fancy turnout ring was splendid. campaign committee at utmost wholly ignores the tarltT and S00 demonstrated that Hustonvlllo is tho natl cp'irt. otters to bet $1,000 to only place In the county where a suc- There were four entries and the pret- financial questions and puts war issues thutCorbett will whip Kid McCoy. cessful one can be held, wo mako tho tiest girls that could be found did the to the front. Tho Kuikeud farm on the Richmond motion that she bo granted tho priv- driving. Judge W. M. Catron has resigned as plko In Fayette county, oh.mged hands ilege for all Mrs. John J. Allen was the recipient tlmo to come. Tho llrst ex chairman of the republican county see for yourself. Extraordinary Bargains in Fine Suit3. nl $7S. It contain 00 noree. hibition of tho Now Hustonvlllo Fair of much congratulation for having the committee of Pulaski and J. Sherman Give us a call andCut Prices. Suits Cleaned and Pressed. Merchant TailPoliceman Joseph J. HotTcrnan. of Association prettiest baby and the ugliest husband was a success from every Cooper was elected In his stead. The oring. Suits made here. Big Cut in Shoes. Louisville, was hot am' fatally woundIn all tho West End. Paragon pays the judge a handsome comnotorious crook. standpoint. Tho llnctt stock in the ed by Howard Clark, a T. L. Carpenter's Aberdeen Angus land was there; tho prettiest girls In gopd work he has done Tho Internal revenue receipt- for cattle, which wore the "slick" tie near- pliment for the s were on hand, tho for the g. o. p. the last fiscal year were 8l7iW,-"iychivalrous beaux were tumorous and ly overy time they were shown, were Mr. Sam J. Shackelford's deputies, DANVILLE, KY. No. 136. 3J.24!i.l2.i more than the year before. greatly complimented. when he ussiimes otllce as clerk of the died last, but not least, hospitality, true George Weatherford, who worked Patrolman Joseph J. Hollerman old Kentucky hospitality, was In the of appeals, will be Mr. Robeit L. In LouUvillo from the wounds received day and night for tho success of the court Greene, chief deputy, and Mr. Gus. with a burg- very air. is delighted that it turned out so Friday morning in a tight President W. GUI Cowan had bis fair, and Mr. W. T. Havens aswell. George doesn't do a thing by Richardson lar. whole soul in the fair and he worked sistant deputies. King Ford and his halves. Saw mills at Valley View got 10,000 ike a Turk from the lime hu took the is Few towns the size of Hustonville friends aro much incensed that he logs by tho recent freshet, giving em olllce till the last tap of the bell. The left out, as he has a written pledge could have taken care of so largo a ployment to IKK) men for tue rest 01 me vice- - presidents and directors did their crowd, so well, but when the West from Shackelford's leaders that he year. tho Pari. work nobly, while to Secretary W. D. Endcrs set their heads on doing a thing, should bo chief deputy. Ed Wolcott, miller for Hooker, Assistant Charlie Adams and The Lexington Herald says: R. C. O. Milling Company, was caughl In a pulgoing to bo done and done well. Treusurer J. II. Hooker are duo no It's colored Benjamins, the ley while pulling on a belt and Instantlittle of the success of the enterprise. editor, politician, lawyer, preacher NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. ly killed. Order was splendid throughout und and writer, has announced himself a H. T. Henry, an excursionist irom W. L. HulTman, of Garrard, is in candidate for Congress, subject to the from nothing but a pleasing remembrance Cynthlana, this State, was thrown of the fair Is now left. Following Is the trouble for passing counterfeit money. action of the republican convention, uC. it O. train near Charlotlsville, list of awards for the last day and a James Stllllnge, of which will meet some time next month. Out of suits that cost from $10 to $12. Call at once and get first choice as these Goods will not last long at the price. Va., and killed. hotly contest- London, hurt himself Internally while Benjamins will have as opponents, Traub, of Franklin, Ind., aged half. The ring? were all Kato ed, some of them having as many as a jumping and died n few days later. Hon. Wood G. Dunlap, of this city, If), and of prepossessing appearance, Crab Orchard, Ky. It Is reported that gold ore In pay and Hon. R. II. Hardin. Benjamins dozen entries. became Insane over religion and threw ireldlngs. J. T. Cren ing quantities has been found on the does not expect to win, but is going Pair mares or a lamp at hor father. cert. lino between Clay and Laurel counties. into the convention to sec what chance Bradley, a bachelor shaw, prom; J. Steele Carpenter,Baugh-maBoss" Henry 2SX" &3MS& scare at Jackpot) has the negro has. The small-poMule colt, either sex. Jones worth MO.OOO, hanged himself with n broken up the circuit court and the prom; Hawk Bishop, cert. Hon. Mordecal Williams won the iraco chain In a tobacco barn on his Mare mule colt. Jones Baughman, teachers' Institute. Tho one patient democratic nomination for congress in farm near ICentontown. o has been removed to the the 0th at the convention held at Cvn- prein; George William f'rye, cert. Floods In Scioto tho valley covered and under two. J. IC. and Is doing well. Right now a word about our Fall and Winter Shoes. Little Early but Mule, one year thiana. The race narrowed down to :!! In tho Im12,000 acres of corn land Thomas Hutchison has sued W. H. hlra aud J. D. Kehoe, when Mr. Wilwe are eager to call your attention to these goods. In the first place Portsmouth, O., Baughman, prcm; Jones Baughman, mediate vicinity of Furr In the Garrard court for So,000 liams won on the SOth ballot, the vote ,'j we have taken unusual care in selecting the stock and are pleased to cert. causing a loss of ovor $200,000. Mule, two years and over. Jones damage, because his three children standing 57 to 50. Sharp's withdrawal know that we will be able to An Evansvtlle, Ind., boy tried to Baughman, prem: W. G. Cowan, cert. were mnde sick by eating bread Furr was the sensational feature of the conaoparatc a dog and cat that were lightMule any age. Jones Baughman, had poisoned for rats. vention, taking place when he had the ing and was bitten by both. He now prem; J. P. Harper, cert. Nnlhaulel Sewall, Jr., has retired nomination within his grasp, as nearly Is in a critical Secondly, the prices that we expect to put on these goods will be athas hydrophobia and Suckling colt, either sex. Jerry from the editorial management of the everybody believed. His action was tractive. Thirdly, our styles will be exactly right. Every mother condition. London Kcntuckian. Ho is succeeded due to a feeling that he had not been county fiscal court has or Briscoe, prem; T. J. Hudson, cert. that has a boy or girl that she grants to shoe substantially will be in Woodford Stallion or gelding, ono year and by P. R. Phillips. George Hamrn is treated fairly by the Harrison county crested. These goods will be on hand in good season. an election for November to dered manager. Tho paper will be all home delegation. Tho nominee Is a lumber under two. F. Reld, prem: R. E. vote on tho issue of 110,000 worth of print hereafter. & cert. merchant of Boyd county, and has bonds to pay for turnpikes made free Nlcholasvillo and Jcssamlno county been an active political worker for a Mare, two years and under three. The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, KY. a year ago. prem; Morris Fisher, are making elaborate preparations for quarter of a century. He Is a white- - Til While curling her hair wiih a hot J. T. Crenshaw, the centennial celebration which haired man, about r0 years old and of His curling iron, MJss Cora Anderson, a cert. Mare, three years and under four. comes oil nt Nlcholasvillo September tlno appearance. Ho has some means young school teacher of Scott county, K. Baughman, prem; C. C. Carpen- 10, on which date the county of Jessa- and many warm personal friends all sluck tho Instrument In one of her eyes, J. A Rule To Furnish We Make mine will be 100 years old. over the district. Two years ago ho ter, cert. destroying tho sight. While under the Influence of whisky was defeated for the congressional and ovor. I. C. Marc, four years A New York policeman killed his Toll Hodge, a farmer living In Mndi-to- nomination by Mr. W. Larue Thomas, children and Jnmos, pren.: C. C. Carpenter, cert. mother, wlfo and two near the Laurel county line, fell of Mason. Gelding, four years and over. Dodd wound up tho Job by killing himself & Sandtdge, prem; J. T. Crenshaw, from his horse and broke his neck, killJust as she expired, his wife said: cert. DANVILLE, ing him Instantly. He was alone at "Whisky has done this." tho time and lay where he fell for 4S Stallion or gelding, two years and Mr. Clay Goodloe won the declama George M. Palnc, head of the Paine and under jhreo. F. F. Sandldge, hours, tory contest at Lancaster Tuesday Lumber Company at Oshkorh, Wis., prem: T. Cronshaw, cert. Boyle county magistrates let tho conJ. night. He spoke '"The Cuban Refu threatens to end the strike of tho wood Stallion, throe years aud under four. tract for keeping the Harrodsburg & gee." shooting down the men who workers by C. T. Sandldge, prem; i. C. Pitman, Perryvllle pike In repair to Joseph Mrs. Foley's and Miss Minnie All of the Best Quality, at the Lowest Possible Cash Pri- refuse to accept starvation wages. McDowell at 500 per mile, and six miles Crawfords-vllle- , cert. millinery establishments have Palre, .vho died at James is to vour interest to try us. ces. Stallion, four years and over. J. T. of tho Lebanon pike to Scott Aldrldge been consolidated, Miss Eastham go Ind., iho other day aged l., never K. Baughman, at SdQ. Under tho contracts tho roadCrenshaw, prem; J. lng with Mrs. Foley. smoked, chewed, drank, married or cert. bed, bridges, culverts, etc., are to be was known Rev. J. S. Meyers, of Philadelphia, had his picture taken. He Lady blcyclo rider. Miss Nellie maintained. preached at the Christian church Sunof Crawfordsvllle." as tho ''happy man The Advocate Pencller made a trip day morning Adams, prcm; Miss Susie Frye, cert. and conducted the uuion Judge F. II. Farrar, known through-ou- t Roadster mare or gelding. Dodd A; to Liberty and fell in love with the services Sunday night. country as "Johnny neb," and Sandldge, prem; I. C. James, cert, A. town. Ho writes as follows about the tho Danville will have another district prominent as a lecturer, was found M. Thompson. 3rd. good llttlo city: Liberty, tho seat of a. convention. The republlcau party will dead at Murphy's Hotel Richmond, Suckling colt, either sex, for saddle Casey county, must bo a mighty flue Ho was with Pickett's men at Phila- purpoos. J. E. Farrls, prom; Jerry place to live in. And the county of hold Its convention here Tuesday, Aug. 30th, for the purpose of nominating a delphia. Casey Is likewise a haven of rest for Brlscoo, cert. candidate for congress. of Appeals S. J. Clerk of Court soul. Liberty Is quite Stallion, mare or goldlng, ono year tho Mr. Luclon V. Rule, a Kentucky 1! is at Frankfort to arrange and under two. M. M. Sandldge, prcm; a llttlo city. It has a bank, good hotels, Shackolford poet and a former student of Centre bond and prepare to take charge of tho R. E. Goddard, cert. all kinds of stores, some of the best College, has just published his book of VA olllco on Sept. .". Robert M. Green will Mare, two yours and under three. lawyers in the State, good physicians, poems. His many friends here aro re Richardson be chief deputy and Gus churches aplenty, and so on. And yet joiced to hear of his success. J. T. Crenshaw, prem. and cert. and W. S. Havoos assistants. y wo put on sale our entire stock of Maro. three yoars and under four. Liberty has no town taxes, no policeMr. J. S. VanWinkle Is spending a u William Gros nnd George Hurkhart C. C. Carpenter, prcm; J. K. Baugh- men, no police judge. It has no city few days at home. Mr. James Monks XV. to attend went to Harlan Court-Hous- e expenses at all and Its people go right man, cert. Is at homo after spending his vacation trial of James Tollver, charged tho Mare, four yoars and over. C. T. along enjoying life just as if they with killing Gross' brother. As they Sandldge, prem; J. T' Crenshaw, cert. plauked down ono or two dollars on In Virginia. Miss Louise VanWinklo is visiting in Frankfort. Miss Zllpha entered town Gross walked up behind Stallion, mare or gelding, two years every ono hundred dollars worth of Smith entertained the L. A. S. S. him fatally In the Hurkharl and shot und under throo. J. T. Crenshaw, stun" lu their posse.-sloTho county Thursday evening in honor of Miss . back and mudo his escape. prem. and cert. tax Is only 10 cents. Think of that 10 Mao Wood, of Cincinnati. Dr. Rice Hi Judge B. F. Day, of Mt. Sterling, Stallion or gelding, three years and cents county tax, 10 cents, city tnx Cowan is visiting relatives In Fayette At a Price That Will Sell Them. bold for F. L. Seltser, and Wyoming under four. J. McDowell, prem; C. T. nothing. This, too, with tho county 'V' and Clark counties. Mr. and Mrs. B. National Bank, Wyoming, Pa., U.OOO Sandldge, cert. ownlug ono of the best In F. Phillips and daughters have return acres of standing timber land on BeavStallion, four years and over. C. T. tue state, wnen we uiiuK oi an tnese ed from a visit to relatives In Nicholas-villcounty, to Pennsyl- Sandldge, prem; er creek, Menifee J. T. Crenshaw, cert. blossiiurs, the saying "Glvo me Liber Messrs. Horace Bowman and vania parties at &1.50 per acre, tho Stnlllon any age. C. T. Sandldge, ty, or give me death," takes on an en Tllden Cook and Misses Nancy Huguo-l- y amounting to $21,000. salo rtV tlrely now meaning. prom; J. T. Crenshaw, cert. If you need a pair look at them. and Dot Bryant attended tho Husi At Morgatisen Hoform School near Maro any age. C. C. Carpenter, tonvlllo fair Friday. Mr. Archie Cook Pa., Harry Fisher, an Pittsburg, ELD. RALLOU MISREPRESENTED. E. Farrls, cert. , visiting In Lexington. Dr. J. L. inmate, killed John B. Struck-rath- prem; J. pony, I see, handed around through the is driven by lady. Mrs. Phaeton McKce and Mrs. Salllo McKeo have superintendent of tho tailoring W. Allen, prem; A. S. Edelln, cert. press, n statement that I visited Camp : department, with a baso ball bat. J. Gelding, three years and under four. Corbln at Lexington on tho Sth Inst; to returned from Tatham. Mrs. J. C. y Fisher aud of Hemphill, of Lancaster, is tho guest Struckrath had detected Joe McDowell, prem; C. T. Sandldge, see my son, a member of the 4th Ky. Mrs. Fisher Gaines. Miss Josie May threo companlqns in tholr etfort to cert. & Reg't, and finding him in tho guardTi entertained Saturday run away. , Mare, one year old, harness purposes. house, that I refused to see him, say- McGoodwln "i of peace set forth In tho J. K. Baughman, prom; R. E. Goddard, ing that I would return to visit him Tho terms H M. M. Sandldge, 3rd. when I hope to find him serving his I. N. Vaughnn, of Richmond, Va., protocol are as follows: Tho immedlato cert; Walking stnlllon, mare or gelding. country in a more creditable way. The who dropped dead Monday, carried ovacuatlon by Spain of Cuba and Porto of all sovereign- S. M. Owens, prem; I. C. James, cert. author of these statements lieu know- life Insurance policies that aggregated Rico. Tho surrender FKE3H LINE OF- Fancy maro or gelding. J. T. Creu-sha- ingly. I spent all the time I had to re- 8293,000 and tho Liverpool nnd London ty by Spain over Cuba. Tho cession to prom; A. S. Edolin, cert. main, with my sou and said not a word and Globe Insuranco Company has the United States of Porto Rico and Fancy turnout. J. B. Cook and about returning. Ho had "donned" his settled down to a steady dividend cf So islands In tho West In- Carpen- citizen's suit, and gono Into the city; percent, per annum. All branches of iMo The cession of an Islaud In tho Jerry Adams, with J. Steele ter's pair of bays, prem; Fred Collins, on his return to camp-wput in the tho insuranco business seem to tlourish. of Manila Ladrones. Tho occupation guard-hous- e (a tent), not "locked up." by tho United cert; J. T. Cronshaw, 3rd: Courier Journal editorial. city, bay and harbor Stallion, maro or goldlng shown by Ho was given the freedom of tho camp tho sottlemont by s.ntn nendlni: IC. State Senator G. W. Sovink, of ColPhilip of to walk around with me. Since then ho t,.nv of tho dispositionaro the meet In halter. J.T.Crenshaw, prem; J. orado, claims the world's record for KenBaughman, cert. was ullowed to visit home. All to pines. Commissioners Roadster stallion, marc or gelding. tucky papers that neither "lovoth nor watermelons. He is willing to mako to set-tl- o :J0 days at Havana and San Juan I. C. James, with Red Leaf, prem; C. raaketh a lie," are requested to copy allldavlt that a molon grown on his tho details of evacuation. Spain farm measured live foot long, .14 inches Sandldge, with Win. Dodd's Galton, this. Seo Rev. 22:15. JOS. BALLOU. ,i t,n Pnlted States shall each ap T. thick and weighed 08 pounds. of Mercer, 3rd. cert; Buster, point Uvo peaco commissioners to moot Texas has furnished more volunteers AKOUND THE KINO. 1 to Call And See Me, Col. Colson's regiment will go via In Paris nob later than October Of course J. G. Weatherford, of in proportion to Its population than any toconclude a treaty. other State and It pays them $7 u tho C. & O. to Jacksonville, Fla., Admiral Klrkland, command- Mllldale, was there. The route Is 300 miles longer morrowRear Tho music was not a feature of tho month In addition to their regular army died at than the C, S. but the bid wt lower. ant of Maro Island navy yard, pay. fair but It did very well. Vallojo, Cal. well-to-d- o wotl-know- n Best Values Your Jtfoey Buy. Telephone Gai? Mid-Seas- far-fume- , d blue-gras- The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., BIG DRIVE IN ODD PANTS ! well-know- n Twelve-year-ol- d at Black, Clay, Worsted, Only $250, TO SAY W. E. PERKINS. -- n, x pest-bous- 1 WE WANT 1 Meet Every "Want In Shoes. 1 i i -- God-dar- d, I : CALDWELL It LAN!ER, n, School Books, Tablets And Copy Books, Pens, Ink And School Supplies It East-ham- 's PENNY 'S DRUGISTORE. &r i! ) d YOUR OWN PRICE. To-da- ,) Lain:' Si Children's Slippers n. 1 court-hous- es e. I I I Cost Not Considered, i 1 eve-iiii'- S- Cheaper Than I Can Buy Them Myself. H. J. McROBERTS. -- s 1 i nthei-Snanis- h as Dry Goods, Groceries And Genral Merchandise. Every Thing Way Down. MARK HARDIN. STANFORD. ;.i v ! i" i '"HSftm ." , J t i I 9i -i r . Wo had run Into a water spout. WAR TALK. Presently and right under tho shadow A great tradu revival with tho West LUMBER AT AUCTION. of Monticcllo, the home of Thomas Jefwill v?H Tliollixtonvlllo Fair ferson, the car gave a fearful lunge and Indies Is expected to follow tho raising 20th. tho fair at miction Saturday. August M)0 Aug. 16, 189S came to a stand still. Everybody of tho blockade. Ky., feet of oak about Stanford. lumber. conNtlnR To guard against bolng caught un and poplar fencingofami 1.000 feet of oak thought we were going over ana wo3 o'clock nt the fair boxing. men in scanty attire and fearful states awares In the event the armutlco is grounds. Sale at They save a daughter from blindness. declared off, Uncle Sam will keep his W. P. WALTON. W. n Hockeu. Secretary. of mind could be seen up and down the aisle. It wa9 a critical moment during hand on his gun while tho Peace Comwhich even that novel and Interesting missioners are doing their work. FARM WANTED. Democratic Nominee For Congress When a father writes that vour " is th a common experience to The work of "repatriating" tho scene was not even slightly appreciabest medicine in the world," you can Sarsaparllla prescribed have Dr. Ayer's physician. 1 want to rent ti farm of 100 acre Spanish prisoners at Santiago begius allow something for seeming cxtrava. It Is n common experience by asee n " com. HON. G. G. GILBERT, ted. Excitment soon subsided when it to houe on It. Sauce In the statement H you know that plete cue " follow the use of a few bottle to make better progress. Tho Isla de Stanford, with fair acre- of orn onu gratthe medicine o praised, cured a loved land, and was found that tho train was still on ing land. 35 or 40 this ureal Of Shclbr County. daughter of disease and restored to her of because. It blood purifying medicine. onm a form the track and when the ridiculousness Luzon sailed with 2,237 people on board, Mian.wneiit land, rreier to pay rent on the eyesight nearly lost. The best med. blood disease. Is If specific for allIt. nri-i- .. of n illirnm lin and two other transports will begin Iclnc iuthe world lor you is the medicine In bad or impure blood, Dr. Ayer's of the situation began to dawn on the JOHN P.. KinW.F.. Walnut Otiw. Kv. IN OLD VIRGINIA. that cures you. There can't be anvthiug acting: directly on the blood, better. No medicine can do more thau ludies who were exhibiting moro ofi loading at once. nnd giving to It cure. That is why loan 8. Goode. of vitalisingIts impuritiespromptly eradicate In a letter to Postmaster Wills at I reached Richmond after many de- their charms than modesty allows, energy, will Orrick, Mo., write iu these strong terms; the disease. lays and inconvcncles la time to attend they scuddered back to their berths. Nashville, Gen. Joseph Wheeler says The great feature of Dr. Ayer's Barsapa. "Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparllla Is the best rllla is The Farmer- llauk t Tru.t Co.. located tho funeral of Mr. Newton Vaujrhan The train had run Into a washout In a tho criticisms aimed at Gen. Shafter in the world. Mv daughter had a Us use. the radical cures that result from only of Kentucky. U at Stanford, ....i-.nun mc incline., uue io lalcltijj disease Many medicine pimplesuppress and see for the last time his manly few yards from a bridge whose abut- are very unjust. Ho says Gen. Shatter cloolng up It in the State creditor- of said they push the down cold. She was nearly bllnd.and was obliged aftatrn. All under the skin, they paint the complexion to remain lit n dark room all the time. form, magnificent even in death, for ments had been carried down by the has had a hard task, but has perform- - Hank therefore are lieroUv notified to prewith subtle arsenlca I compounds, but the The doctors could Klve her no relief; one disease rages in sent their clnlmsagnlnot ?nlil Hank for paythe veins like a pent. up being cut down in an Instant by apo- raging waters of Rlvana river. After ed It successfully and well. of them directed me to give her Ayer's fire, ment. out Sarsaparllla. Two bottles cured her com. catilcand some day breaks up In a vol. Capt. Biddlo and his cowardly Co. plexy and being immediately embalm four hours' delay another train was eruption that eats OWSLF.V, Cashier. the body. J. II. pletely." Ayer's Sarsaparllla Roe to the root, it ed there was little change In his ap sent to the scene, a transfer across C, of the 14th Ohio Volunteers, is to make the fountain clean and the water Lincoln County National Hank, of The The thousand of testimonial to the are clean. It mke the root Rood and pearance. Itva9 one of the saddest, the sunken bridge was made and with be court martialed for flying, panic Stanford. Kv.. hn succeeded the Tanner value of Dr. Ayer's Sarsnrtarlll. repeat Is It over and over again, In one form or another the fruit she Rood. to Rives Nature the Hank & Trust Co.. of Stanford. Kv.. and as It was one of the largest funerals people of eight cars crowded into four stricken at Guayma, Port Rico, last elements needs broken the expression "The doctors mv ".. down constitution notbuild up the up with - -. has n..unied all It llnbllltle. ns.eM and ... .. ,!.. Dr. Ayer's.. em uirecied". mr to stimulant or patch it to bracethe surface, I ever attended. Broad Street Meth- we resumed our journey. It was a ter- Tuesday when tho Spanish opened fire. entire hulne. " "uc - ' in Sariaparllla. Two hcud for Dr Ayer's up on it give her Curebook, and S. 11. SHANK. President. odist church, the largest In the city, rible experience and one that made Their conduct came near causing a bottles completely cured her." more nbnut the cure effected bylearn thl J. H. OWSLEY, common experience to try l)r It is being filled on the lower floor with rel- the blood run cold to stand off from the general stampede. remedy It's sent Irce, on request, by the Ayer's barssparitla as last resort. H is J. C A cr Co, Lowell, Mass. atives and friends and the galleries be- train and see how narrow was the esThere is fear at Camp Corbln. that ing trowded with his faithful colored cape from death by being mangled or the Fourth Kentucky regiment will be Lincoln Count; National Sank. employees, who were greatly attached drowned for the cars would have gone Tho order to move Wedn to him. Bishop Granberry preached into the river had they left the track. nesday has been held up, and Col. and several other has again gone to Washington, TKEASlMtY DEl'AUTMENT. orntr or the tho funeral discourse W. P. W. ltiMITII()t.l.F.I Or TIIECrMlUNCV where he hopes to prevail on tho war distinguished divines delivered euloWashington. I). C . August lull, department to send his regiment to the gies, which showed how highly he was THE WAR IS OVER. Wherein, by atUfactory evidence prePhilippines. held by church leaders. The floral ofto the undeiMpned. Uha tieen made The protocol or rough draft of the The Americans under Gen. Brooke sented Lincoln louniv to upitear tnai-'inferings were as extensive as they were In tho city of Hank beautiful, and came from all parts of tsrms of peace as signed by Secre were preparing to attack the Spaniards Mauford, In of Stanford." of Lincoln "and the county M the country, the largest and handsom- tary Day and Ambassador M. Cambon near Arroyo, Friday, when the news Mkti'of Kentucky, hn compiled with all of the armistice was received. Fifteen tho provMoii". of the Statute of the United est coming from the tobacco trade at at 4:23 P. M. Friday and President States, required to tie immediately issued a proclama- minutes later the Spanish would have an association shall comp led withtoIk fore New York. At the grave in Hollywood com le iiutliorled tion in accordance with It suspending been routed. The news was a disap- mence the btisltivi.' of H.inkJng the bishop made further remarks and M. Collin. Deputy Now. therefore, Oeorge then the earth hid forever from view hostilities. The terms are those offer- pointment to the soldiers, who were aud Acting Comptroller of the urrenc. do ed by this government which has al- anxious for a tight. Lincoln Count all that is mortal of a good and useful herebv certify that 1st Wc kirlve 10 jilcaie our ciiMoinei and wc believe we succeed By Wednesday or Thursday It Is ex- National Hunk of Stanford" In the City of man, a fond and doting husband and a ready been announced. They include Stanford. In thu t'uuuiy of Lincoln and kind and loving father. Peace to his the relinquishment of all claims of pected that all of Gen. Shatter's troops State of Kentucky, U niithorUed to com2nd, We give more good for II than nny competitor. mence the buMtiiA of Hanking as provided ashes. Cherished always will be bis sovereignty and title over Cuba, the will have left Santiago for the United In fifty one hundred anil lxty nine Section 3rd- .- Our price are Ihc lowest ami can't be toughed by oilier. cession of Port Rico and other Spanish States. Only nbout 5,000 are now left memory. of the KevNed Statute of the Tultcd Mute, my hand Islands in the West Indies and an is- at Santiago, and Gen. Shafter expects In testimony whereof wltr.e Besides a large estate, Mr. Vaughan llli. Oursnlcs nre increasing daily because we give drt-clgcd left insurance policies in the regular land In the Ladrones, all of which are to follow the last of his men to the Uni- and eal of ottice thl ninth day of August 1MI.N. for the lowet possible price. OEO. M. COITIN, companies, aggregating $293,000, all to be Immediately evacuated. Com ted States the latter part of the week. Deputy .'itli. -- We give full weight nnd measure nruhftt we taken the last few years and when missioners are to arrange the details Several transports have nlready arrived Currency and Acting Comptroller of the rrpreut nil time. rates were being cut. so they cost him of evacuation and execute them within at Montauk Point. The health of the No. 5U2. .7 3D days. Pending tho conclusion of a less than S20.000. men is improving. Ctli. We pay no nttenlion to others, and nttend $ trictly to our own I had occasion to go to the seacoast treaty of peace, the U. S. is to occupy The administration has decided to asTHE T1IJHD SESSION OF business. the city and harbor of Manila and a semble all the troops in regular camps, while In Virginia and was at Newport News, Hampton and Old Point. They commission of five Americans and five one of which will beat Lexington, Ky., Ky. Ttli. Customers receive courteous nnd jKilito intention at nil Academy limes are all filled with soldiers, the first and on the part of the Spanish are to de- and another at Knoxville, Tenn. The as it is our pleasure as well ns duly. last with those of the late war, while termine the control and disposition of men will be drilled and equipped and At Buraside, Ky., Sth - Come to ce ti nnd you'll be glad. the second has many of the survivors the Philippines. No money Indemnity from them abont 100,000 will be selectwas demanded, tho' itshould have been. ed to be kept in arms until the peace Begins Thursday, Sept. 8. of the civil conflict, the Soldier's Several small battles occurred in treaty is concluded. The remainder of Home there containing 3,760 inmates The Academy Porto Rico during peace negotiations the volunteers win prouaoiy oe mus- Faculty of I'lve for coming session Iiik Tulj and in the National Cemetery there he Experienced Teacher all college graduate. Knrollment last year 105 buried 6,424 Union soldiers and the 2S0 and they may be fighting at Manila tered out of the service. Excellent courses offered in Latin, Grek Five regiments of immunes will bo German, French. English, Mathemntic. ScConfederates, who died in prison at yet. The blockade has been raised at will not be occu- at Santiago when the last of Gen. ience. History, Music. Oratory and Physical Fort Monroe. The 3d Kentucky and Havana, but that city Term moderate. Hoarding de several other regiments are still at pied by our troops until evacuated by Shafter's army leaves, and It is be- Culture. N all that could be wished In way partment the Spanish. Newport News, but Gen. Castleman, lieved that force will be 9uflicient for of comfort nnd convenience. For particulars Besides the acquisition of territory the present. They will be under com anil Catalogue, address the 1'rlnclniil. as is known, succeeded in getting JAMES C DOLLEY, M. A. 84 T y H r away with the 1st Kentucky with Gen. and the unfurling of our flag in two mand of Gen. Lawton. Gen. Miles has HI . tiii 1, .MA.NAOIR. IIWL Grant for Port Rico. In the broad hemispheres, the results of the war 15,000 men in Porto Rico and Gen. 1898. Season harbor at Old Point lay the grim look- have been most satisfactory. The dia- Merrltt has about 10,000 at Manila, or bolical crime of blowing up the Maine will have when the troops now on tho Journal Building, Stanford, Ky. ing war vessels, the protected cruiser GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS Minneapolis and the auxiliary cruiser has been avenged in the destruction of way reach him. There will be no InYosemite, with scores of other vessels two Spanish fleets, 35 warships having crease of any of these forces for the I wish to announce that thl jKiptilar um of lesser interest. "Jackies," as the been sunk or captured. For the 2C0 present. mer The Immediate results of tho agree- tion report will bo open for the accommodasailors are called, are very much in ev men who lost their lives on the Maine, of guests. idence at Old Point and they are gen- the lives of four times as many Span ment will be the suspension of hostili , erally curious specimens of humanity, iards have in a measure attoned. Never ties everywhere. Gen. Miles will now has an outrage been so quickly and so take peaceable possession of Porto mostly foreigners. Ited inied rates during the flrt month 1 TiLLLVaf Rico. The blockade of Cuba, which has w siLw ssB4kKLsa ElMlKMKlBWLkJ LVli sVTr flliw B' m 9 JsW mu tV fly jv ah AS JKL IV m The Maryland regiments are camped fully punished, nor has the supremacy existed since the very beginning of For Information In regard to raten, etc around Fort Monroe and the ofllcers of a nation ever been so thoroughly tho war, will be raised; as soon as nddrc T. II. NVKIGHT, from them and the garrison at the Fort demonstrated. The war has been worth practicable Spain will withdraw her Crnb Orchard, Ky, 2i of are enjoying life fully with the beauti- all its cost in showing other nations the forces from the islnnd and garrisonsand our own men will maintain order ful women, who have come to the Hy- - kind of chap your Uncle Sam is and give the Cubans a chance to show what !?-"jPKJMJP ftv V geia and Chamberlin Hotels, to help tho knowledge will keepother countries they can do in the new Held of them do so. It is curious as well as in- off the grass and war will not soon show teresting to observe how these beauties again its wrinkled front to him. Tlie Hock 01 Mouldress. P'or the surf they abreviate in the Sandwich islnnds there is a Now for pensions and more pensions. their dresses greatly at the bottom and rpot called the llock of Refuge. If the Annfor the ball room very decidedly at the Already 97 claims have been filed for criminal reaches this rock before captop, so the embryo warriors see more pensions growing out of the late war ture he is safe, bo long ns he remains Y u I SUI 7Si 1 II of the female form divine than ia and such claims will now be worked there. Usually his family sunnlv him average land lubber for all they are worth. The govern- with food until he is nble to innke his vouchsafed to the escnpe, but he is or is in strict accord with regulation ment was very strict In its physical ex- return to his own never allowed to Cool, E.hllnratlng. Itestful. Music, Amusetribe. Chicago amination of volunteers and on their ments- and Good Living. society. Not all the show is worth the Wc are out this year with some new Improvements. Some manufacturers Imitate. discharge will again examine them, so Chronicle. candle, but most 01 it is worth many For Terms iiddesn. Only Fnlr. We don't; wc originate, Perfect In balance?, light draft, force feed, Ac. that a record of the condition of each times the price that these expensive Possible Boarder Xow, ray friend, hotels put on the privilege. The ana- man when he left the army may bo enjoyed my dinner very much, and I GUS HOF9IANN, Prop. if tomical displays are but words fail kept, and thus guard against wrong- it was a sample of your meals, I should ful claims. Money to pay these pen- like to come to me. terms. When you are oil Mil a disc drill. Others are imitation?. We were unable to fii Farmer First of all, stranirer. wus The hulls of the Kentucky and Kear-sag- sions ought to have been demanded of our orders Inst year, nn kindly ask you to place our order with us early for the bes t are plainly visible from the depot Spain, together with all expenses In that a fair sample of your appetite? on earth. lirooKiyn Life. TANlIZa BROS., MeEIHNEY. at Newport News and appear to be but curred by tho war. HIGG-IN- S AMplrlnc. little furrher advanced towards com-- j Thk 22d Kansas is true to its State Mny I wonder why Belle married pletion than when they were christe- and its traditions. JUST AIIIU7ED It marauded and that actor? Doubtless they will be finished by stole right and left in Virginia and ned. at Frank Because he's n star. the next war, if it does not come be- Bull ttun robbed the graves of Confed"What bns thnt to do with it?" fore 2000. Even then, however, the erate soldiers for relics. An otlicer ia "Why, Belle nlwnys snid she wanted $10,000 asked for the Kentucky's sil- on trial for opening the grave of a a husband she would have to look up ver service will not bo subscribed at Confederate major and stealing the to!" Harlem Life. . the rate subscriptions to the fund are metal shoulder straps and watch within. It In Uncftil. For Trices coming in. Wilson What is the use of astratetrv is also said that the teeth was knockIt followed me with almost ed from the skull and carried off as board, anyway? The rain Jillson It has the good effect of dismalignant fury from the first to the relics. It is hoped that the court martracting the attention of the newspalast. It was raining when I left Ken- tial will order hira shot. pers while the navy does its work. InOr better still, come and see the goods. tucky, falling heavily in Ohio, pouring dianapolis Journal. In West Virginia as I passed through The war was short, sharp, decisive Innocence luipoaed Upon. and flooding in the Old Dominion all and expensive. It lasted 114 days and Mrs. Xeuwed I urn so glad my husEXECUTORS' SALE ! Self-Foldin-gthe time I was there. The season has the expenditure has averaged during band promised mo that he would cut been a remarkably favorable one and the time $S70,700 a day. The end of the cards. As executors of the lait IU of Wyatt Hughe, .lettaietl, we will, ou Mrs. Klder And what about dice? the corn and other growing crops in expense is not yet over by a long shot "Oh. he promUcd to shake those, these four States are beyond compare. and before all of it is paid it is estimaWednesday, Aug. 31, 1898. Those who are fond of munching tho ted that tho cost will hae been from a too." X. Y. Journal. !1 to the highest Milder the farm, alio lit two miles A llrlirlit Little Hoy. succulent peanut will be glad to know million and u half to two millions for from Danville, ou the i'leasant 11111 turnpike, con- "My father can kill more Spaniards laiLing aiioui that the crop promises to be a large each day that hostilities lasted. than yours," boatrted tho small boy. Land, Acres one, both in yield and acreage, many "Ah, go on!" exclaimed bis com This place adjoins tbefarmsof J. (..Caldwell, W,T. McKinley should havo laid down people away off from the region in panion. "My fntber is n clmmpccn run- Kol'lnwn, and others. The place contains a '.rsotii two barns which they havo always been raised the law as to tho Philippines without ner." FhiladtdphiaXoTth American. dwelling,Is fertile, a aud uecotury otitbulldiijiu. in hiiih Mate ot cultivation, and The soil planting big crops of the "goober." leaving it to a commission which will splendidly watered. Also, at the same time and Unit Insrurnnee. 7 itwkI mares aud the Watermelons and canteloupes are al- probably take till Christmas and then . Iowa farmers are currying bail in- plate, colts,lollowlnt?ol ixixjualty mult, 4 milk cows 6 head fine work mule &1 head ol fine hevs, Ml acre of com in away and for the time the disagree. calres. most given surance policies to the number of more ami field, 'M amsofbay In the stack, a lot of farm the Virginia Negro is as happy as a big than 14,000. It is that 2,250,000 Inn men'!!, rockawajr, I buggr, household and The end of the war will afford great Wc offer a klicbeo furniture. sunflower. The sale will l held on the prciulw, and will relief in one respect. The dally news- acres of crops are covered in this way. commence ai v cioit, a. si , suarii, I left Richmond, Va., at 10:30 Satur papers will resume their normal apAn Ancient Shipyard. caib, Tkiois. I he land ulll boxiM day night on a crowded train of eight A shipyard in Ominato, Japan, still balance In twoemial luymentsof oneand twojears, pearance nnd eschew stud horse type, cent luiervsiou deferred luymeiit from with in operation, was established over 1,000 tr cars and in an upper berth of a Pullday of sale. The personal proierty will be sold on let U9 hope. years ago. man, the best I could get. Shortly afthe following terms: StmuolslO and under, cash In handjorer 10, three months time without Inter To close up tho season. All we ask ia to give us a call. Opposito ter midnight and when about 100 miles And now Congressman-Co- l. David Ki'iiiiAiM m;um:s. Frank Overraeyer is wanted at Mexi- est, (iEOItOK 11UOHES, out, I was awakened by terrible thun- - G. Colson is spoken of for governor. co, Mo., for attempting to poison his ,1. II, IIUUIU. der claps and rain pouring on the cur Gee whiz! Lxecutors. mother-ihlaw- . T. D. .English, Auctlontr. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL roof. A DOCTOR'S DIRECTIONS. 't - ne-a-r - Sars-aparil- a, NOTICE. - med-icln- e i - . h- Cn-hl- er side-tracke- d. ygmrnHMMmmmmm Col-so- -- !.. .Mt-tloi- iul e Blue Grass Store, I Mc-Kin- ley C -- a H Wesleyan Blue Grass Grocery. 3L of HO. U nE T-cras- 1898. A. i i ent CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS -- 3xllEIm Vvrrivp r i"rTIBB NOW OPEN. sHi lPiC r . o THE CYCLONE. New Dry Goods, New Shoes, New Clothing. Always Ask For The "Superior," 1 & McKINNBY. BMKMBhgis See Circulars, Extension Table. See it at'.W. W. Withers'. aio of Overstocked. 1, Court-IIouse. 1 Until August '98, forone-thlr- J G A Big Reduction for Buggy and Harness Trade,' B. K. WEAR EDI A SON. :" i , ; i ,' lui'V-- .. . ,o- - 1 r ffT THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., E. C. BAILEY. Mrs. Fred Bailey, who was county's Ideal teachers, who have la, The hamUomo young wile of Col. J. W. Caporton, of Richmond, la a a daughter of Mr. N. Tol Douglns, who bored so earnestly In tho school room, guest at Castle Cobb. - Aug. 6, 189S Walton, Business Manager. Is never too good for prescription work. That U the reason wo Goon show skeleton wagon for tale, iif 0 the best goods utily. Penny's Drug Store. cheap, W. L. Evans, Stanford. The best died just u month ngo, died at her homo ntMaywood Saturday after a long illLOCAL HAPPENINGS. ness of consumption and was burled in Fine pickling vinegar ut Warren & tho family burying ground Sunday morning after services by Rev. Ford, Shanks. of Lexington. She was 2S years old, a GltEAT bargains In school tablots, member of the Christian church and etc., nt Craig tc Hooker's. leaves besides a husband a son three- years-old- . Z1J , de nies in a card in the Harrodsburg Dem- COLORED TEACHERS' INSTITUTE PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP, Wanted at once, 100.000 dozen eggs tho statement of a correspondent at Sic Hiram Powell, Gilberts Creek, ocratho was nrrcsted and placed in tne The Institute was convened at the A. J. Eaiu' Is In Winchester on busithat court-housKy. nt 10:30 yesterday. Rev. ness. guard house at Chickamauga. There G. W. Bowling, of the Baptist church, Fine workmanship and materia! at the ridiculous price of Miss LILLIK Maktin Is visiting In SCHOOL supplies, including a large were absolutely no grounds for such a a Pair. Lot of conducted devotional exercises. After Boys' Vests, soiled, ages o to 13, go at 10c each. Lancaster. line of beautiful tablets at W. D. Mc- - report, but it Is strange how a man will Scriptural reading song, No. 12'J, In JOHN Halb, of Somerset, spent sev- Roberts. kick on a small matter. The judge Triumphant Songs, was sung, Dr. Tar deny the charge we now eral days here. Farmers. Return our sacks at once dare not he wus confinedthat a long dlf accompanying on the organ. Supt. for Miss VtltolNiA IIakt, of Somerset, or else you will have to pay for them. make that Singleton then addressed tho teachers Is with Mls J utile Wcaren. time In a penitentiary. We do not ex-- r upon J. II. Baugliman A; Co. the Importance of their profession Our entire line of Men's, Hoys', Ladies, Mi".es nnd Children's Mclnto&hes will ho cut actly remember the date, but It was Miss Anne Shanks went to Shelby-vlll- o and the responsibility resting upon to a price that is certain to move them rapidly. These are ,, e Saturday to visit relatives. Mrs. Pet Johnson has boucbi the somo time between lfll-- and he was them. He then Introduced Prof. F. L. goods at your own price. judge, jury or evon Miss Maiu.ahet Sallee, of Somer- Jamo" R. Worrcn property on Danville sent there without Williams, the conductor, who in an set, Is visiting Miss Jennie Lynn. Avenue of MUses Emma and Ellle tho benefit of clergy. earnest and forcible manner presented c, Mit. En Nevics and family, of Warren for Sl00. the plan of the work for the week: em- CHURCH CHATTER, have returned hero to llwo. nhaslzlng particularly the Importance The Richmond Register has disconof Klngsvllle, Mns. Daisy Rev. W. S. Grinstcad will hold a of all teachers having high Ideals to Arriving daily in every department Shoes, Hosiery, Notions, Domestics, Fall tinued Its war dally, which has been a Is clerking In the Louisville Store. Percales and Ginghams to uit all in both style and price. Wo olicit your sacramental service at.McKendreo next Inspire them to greater efforts. The Is up from most creditable one, but its Seuo. Ashley Lielaku Sunday nt 11 A. M. patronage superintendent then appointed the fol will gladden the hearts of Its readChickatuauga on a visit to relatives. Rev. B. C. Hagorman, president of lowing committees: ers as usual. Mas. W. R. Veatch, of Louisville, Hamilton college, preached nu excelCommittee on Program Prof. Wil Is visiting her father, Mr. F. G. llrady. SHERItF OWENS, who took Mart lent sermon at the Christian church Hams, Miss M. B. Givens, Mesdames MiS3 Ploiiencc Bkcic returned from Smith to Somerset, says he couldn't Sunday. Ella Knox and A. H. Tardlf. Tho meeting, which has been held vUlt to Nlcholasvlllo friends yester- give ball. He Is charged with carryCommittee on Music Dr. W. D. Taring concealed weapons and furnishing for the last two weeks by Revs. Cram dlf aud MIps A. M. Stewart. day. and Neal, closed Sunday night with Wahiien Sheeiiy, of Jarnorcttc, whisky for the blind tigers. Committee on Resolutions R C .. seven additions, and a general revival Durham, Mrs. Pleaslo O. Robynson, La., Is visiting his homefolks at "ArTo Farmers. Our elevator with a of rcl.glon among the Methodists. cadia." Miss Annie B. Whitley. R-of Crab capacity of 10,000 bushels Is ready for L. B. Davidson, aged SO, and Miss Magoik Duchanan, Committee on Entertainment Misses Orchard, was the guest of the Mlssos wheat, which we will store and Insuro tho oldest Methodist minister of the M. B. Givens, L. T. Givens, F. E. Cook Full Course of Study in Literature, Science, Music, Art and Elocution, under cultured and experienced teachers at 1c a bushel per month. Bring your Louisville Conference, was struck and and Dr. W. D. Tardif. Alcorn. Special attention given to Primary and Preparatory Glasses, Instantly killed by an L &. N. passenMISS COEA JONES, of Somorret, has crops to us. Carter Jz Sraub. The following teachers are present: Call at the College and get a copy of our New Catalogue, or write for one to MRS. ger train at Brooks' Station Saturday Dr. W. D. Tardlf, R. C. Durham, M. B. NANNIE, S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal, Stanfoul, Ky. been with the MUsOs Ballou for several A COLORED excursion will bo run afternoon. Ho was on his way to hold weeks. Givens, Veaster Lackey, Pleasie O. children, from Richmond to Louisville Sunday. services in a country church. A HOY, the flrt of three Robynson, Ella B. Knox, Win. Rice, arrived In the family of C. L. Dawes The train will pass here at 0:50 a. m. Lutlllie Givens, Annie B. Whitley, TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. is only SI. 75. The faro for round-triSunday. .Mrs. M. C. Owens, J. F. Owens, A. M. THE LAST DAY. Miss Hai.uk Ehmiston, of Crab See Llge Furmer for further particuStewart, Lulu T. Wade, S. B. Wade, Orchard, spent last wook with Mis lars. Institute opened with slnginjr, Miss Anne H. Tardlf, Annlo B. Whitley, IVe keep 'the Wt" lino of Myrtle Hughes. Hallie Edmlston leading tho choir. Mrs. Alice V. Haynes and Charles H. Do the authorities imagine that it Misses Theneand Ida Daughee-TY- , improves the city's hoo to He on tho Devotional exercises conducted by Rev. Haynes. of Lexington, are visiting MUs streets, subjected to sun and rain? If Crouch. School Management was then Miss Annie H. Tarditl was elected Mollle Daugherty. not they will please have it put where discussed by Pros. Grlnstead and Pate secretary and Miss Lutlllie Givens DON VictOK BAM.OU, of the 4th it belong-- . We have taxes enough and Miss Kirtley. The committee on assistant secretary. resolutions then made their report, rcglmeut, is at homo before leaving for now. UND AND STOCK. . Jacksonville, Flu. which was finally adopted after much Al'o "the best" Paints, Oils. Varnishes, Lead, Colors nnd Stains. PRESCRIPTIONS careTHE Brodhead fair begins debate and parliamentary blunders. Miss Maky Eliza Pence returned King Alfonso, the great thorough fully compounded from "the best" drugs obtainable. Your patronage is 11IWR3S appreSatuulay from a protracted visit to The prospects for a good show of stock Crab Orchard was selected as the place bred sire, is dead, aged -- 0. ciated and it will be our constant aim to sell "tne best" goods nt reasonable prices. and Interesting races are fine. A large for holding the next institute. The In Missouri. relatives Frank Bogash won the rich 2:03 pace Miss Edna Powell, of Hustonvllle, number will attend from here und more vote standing 23 for Crao Orchard and at Fort Wayne' Ind. Best time 2:00. & Is visiting relatives In Johnson and would go if tho trulns ran more con- 17 for Hustonvllle. Prof. Grlnstead C. Lynn sold a of 710lb. J. veniently. offered a prize to tho two teachers who Randolph counties, Mo. heifers at Lexington Saturday at 3!c. N. acquitted themselves most creditably E. K. James, of Saulsbury, White Fultz seed wheat, clear of THE Louisville Store tries to spread during the institute Milton Elliott smut, for kpent several weeks with James P. Itself all over our tale. J. L. Beck, McKin fourth page, in its and Mrs. Cochran were chosen by a HarjMjr, at Hustonvllle. effort to tell our jxiople how low goods vote of the teachers, and a handsome ney. OOU thanks are due Mr. G T. Proc bought The Gist farm in Fayette, containRead the adverur, familiarly known as Proctor Knott, can be strikethere. the store und get book was given to each. Tho teachers ing 530 acres, brought $S0.50 at public tisement, for then ussemblcd around the organ and outcry. for a large watermelon. Judge G. M. Davison left Saturday your share of the many bargains sang "God Be With You 'Till We The average yield of wheat in Ken there. Meet Again." Prof. Grlnstead then tucky for Marquette, Mich., to remain till this season is put nt 13 bushels pronounced tho benediction, and the season Is over. Athe hay fever The Farmers Bank Trust Co., to the acre. MllB. II. D. GltEOOUY and children coaeJ to exist Frlfluy and tho ofllce Lincoln County Institute was a thing For Sale. Prime seed wheat, pure L. M. Lewis, Secy. Shoes, odds and ends, at only 7oc. Women's and Children's Slipreturned to CovJngton Saturday. Bled-so- e was closed Saturday, pending tho of the past. bred Southdown buck lambs and fresh Miss Annie McKinney, Asst. Bailey accompanied them. change to the Llrcoln County National pers at 2oc. Jersey cows. F. Reld. RESOLUTIONS. S. V. Puewitt has sold out his gro- Bank, which opened its doors yesterUriah Dunn, of Hustonvllle, will We the committee, W. R. Swearln- cery and Is preparing to move to Crab day with a capital of 100,000 and tho leave this week for Barnwell, S. C, gen, Misses Lulu Hicks and Kale Bo old ollicers in charge. Orchard. Mt. Vernon Signal. with a car load of horses to sell. Is down from gle, report tho following: Be It Mits. Mat Woodson Jonas Weil, of Cincinnati, purchased W". W. Jones, of Set Aside. Judfe Resolved 1. That we do cheerfully Mlddlesboro to sjHjnd somo lime with tho Casey circuit court, set aside the auprove of tho businesslike manner In of Bourbon county men 200 head of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Crow. For cattle for export at 4!c. verdict under which J. J. Moore, of Miss Maky L. Grimes, a stylish Boyle county, was given i 17,000 dam- which Prof. W. C. Grlnstead has con- They are an exceptionally fine lot. ducted the institute, and we heartily young lady of Lancaster, Is the guest ages against W. H. Terhune and J. S. Robinson the Danville te Crab Or- commend him as an able, e.jerieneod of her cousin, Miss Elbaboth Grimes. have bought 1,200 mountain ewes the H5 pike on the grounds that the sum and indefutiguble worker. chard Mrs. Hannah Poteet, of Harrods-burg- , awarded was excessive. The case will 2. That we extend our thanks to tho past month at 3.1 23 nnd sold them at looking younger than ever, spent come up again nt tho December term of &t and S4 each Harrodsburg Demopeople of Stanford for the hearty wel- crat. days with Mrs. Martha Pax-to- that court. bovern. come which has beon tendered. u& by E. P. Woods, of Stanford, received a 81 bunch of lambs of James Robinson at EXPLOSION Mr. and Mrs. J. J3. Ad- them while here. Mr. HOWMAN SMITH, who Is working 3. Thnt our thanks be extended to He. John Reid sold 300 bushels of fc N. at Pennington Gup, ams, of Hustonvllle, had an alcohol for tho L. Linings, Ac. New Fall Ginghams and Percales Just In our county superintendent for the in- wheat to Jnck Adams at 30 cents per Va., came homo Sunday to visit his lamp to explode tho other night, setting fire to some lace curtains, which terest he is manifesting in the great bushel. L. H. Hudson, of Louisville, wife, were burned. Other articles In tho educational cause, and for tho able and bought a car load of mules at this place Hey. W. G. Cram returned to yesterday, but Rev. C lit room caught, but tho fire was gotten clllclent manner in which ho is conduct- at prices ranging from $113 to S130 per ing the affairs of tho otlicc. head. Central Record. Neal will tarry awhile with friends under control before much damage was 4. That wo thank tho Interior Thero wero not many cattle on the Mr. Adams had one of his bands done. here. Hohinson, of Doyle considerably burned whllo lighting tho JOURNAL for tho great interest taken Danville market yesterday, but the Mrs. John F. In tho welfare of tho teachers of this following trades wero made privately: and children, William and Jano, spent llamcs. Iron Fence. institute, nnd for the use of the Opera W. H. and Luther Underwood sold to several days with her brother, Mr. V. Cypress Shingles ' The Best. Our hats are oil to tho House during the evening session. II. Cobb, Jr., 33 yearlings for Oct. 15 L. Evans. 5. That It be our duty as teachers to delivery at 4c; F. P. Bishop sold to ono of the Interior Journal for unmerited 'Little" John Murphy, compliments to and picture of our as read ono or rnoro educational journals, Wm. Moreland 40 heifers at ( cleverest and best of Lincoln county here last week soiling sociate editor which appeared In thnt and especially to patronize our county 3c; J. C. Johnson sold to M. J. Farris a farmers, was highly prfred exchange this week. Tho paper. bnnch of 700 to cattle at 3JcS hay. Somerset Paragon. Metal Roofing. Journal occupies a placo 0. That wo do heartily approve of the Will Moreland, who has opened a Interior Mill 'Work. J. L. Tanner, of tho Cyclone, In Kentucky journalism and in our action of our State superintendent in stock commission house at Lexington, Is back from another trip to personal regard which nono other can breaking up tho fraudulent census re- sold 250 wethers at the Union Stock tho cities whoro ho bought at a low usurp, and we needed not this mark of ports of tho city of Louisville, thereby Yards thero Saturday at 31c and 250 load's of goods. price dead distinction to draw out our best wishes saving tho State annually many thou- - mountain ewes at $3.50 each. He tells Misses Dessie VanArsdale and us that 2,000 sheep and 200 cattle wero for tho best paper in Kentucky. Rich- - sands of dollars Nettle Waller, who have been with mond Climax. 7. That each of tho teachers consider sold there Saturday and that tho yards Mrs. Georgo B. Wearon, returned to himself u committee of one to make are a pronounced success. The expense Lebanon Junction Saturday. Tin: many friends of the young man ' our d,Btr,et a8SOolalIon8 ilveiIcr better of selling stock there Is a third less a less price than you can store yeswill store wheat Miss ADAMS, of Texas, arrived will bo glad to learn that Mr. Joshua mopo .. ,..,, h,,,nv,n that tho than in Cincinnati, the commissions t by Mr. Jones Stone, of Liberty, has been reinstated ,ml terday and was met hero associations will have a strong tenden- being lower and freight from Stanford it yourself. All avIio stored last year made money. Also Baughmau, who took her to visit his as clerk in tho socret bureau of tho cy bring to ubout a more urgent de being 810 a car less. blstor, Miss Catherine Uaugliman. treasury department at nn increased mand on tho part of parents for popular will either buy, store or sell you sacksto store. Call and MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. It will be remembered ' p,i11..ltion MRS. J. W. MCA lister and chil- salary see us. dren, Horace, Josephine and James, that he was dismissed last March from . g Tlna wo ag a bod of leacheP8 ar0 L. A. Reynolds, 18, and Miss Dora cm.uu "u""""c" OIlllOsCll to thu StiltO imbllshini? UOV arrived from St. Joseph, Mo., yester mo hvujui, ;,. Bello Clark, 1G, will bo married at Ben day to visit her sister, Mrs. Forestus charges in connection with money texts to be used in the public schools of Clark's tomorrow. order frauds. After being thoroughly this county or of the State. Reld. Alex. Meague fell between logs ut V. F. SHERIDAN left for an extend- vindicated by the courts, there being INSTITUTE NOTES. Plnoville and wus killed. Ohio. absolutely no evidence against him. ho ed visit to his parents at Newark, y; There must bo an epidemic among Ten persons wero killed and 23 woundHo will visit St. Louis and other points npplied for reinstatement and with the tho Hustonvllle teachers, as several ed In a railroad wreck In France Sunwhile gone. Livingston Cor." Mt. Ver- ulii of Senator Lindsay secured it. were too 111 (?) to attend tho Institute day. Trv non Signal. Miss Annie Dunn missed six instead Mississippi has quarantined against The gallows, on which Geo. StephGodwin, a Florida Miss Annie enson will be hung, was completed Sat- of spelling six out of 20 words, as it ap- Franklin, La., where yellow fever has beauty, is visiting Miss Florence Bibb. urday, the rope has been received, the peared in tho last issue, und sho did developed. Mr. A. E. Godwin, of Nashville, who condemned man is ready and willing to well to do that as tho words woro much ATZlji m Three lives wero lost on the sloop . y ten ra has also been visiting her, returned dlo nnd tho first legal hanging that has harder than usual. 1 yacht Leona at Boston Sunday as tho i: homo yesterday. "Mit" Elliott told a Hustouvlllo girl result of a panic, resulting from a H. ROWAN taken place in Lincoln county in tho MAJOR , SERGEANT propose ho harmless collision. 30 years will occur Thursday. It that If ho should decide to Saufley, Sergeant Ashby Warren a last unpleasant job for Sheriff S. M. wouldn't know whothcr to speak to her John M. Rowan, after trying lfl years, is an Chicka-maugand Ex Reynolds are up from Owens nnd his deputies, but thoy will mother first or not. "That wouldn't was elected republican sheriff in HawPark. Mr. Sauiley has been not hesitate to do what the law says be necessary If you spoke to me first," kins county, Tenn., and died from oversick since his arrival and Mr. quite joy. The mother, brother and sister of must bo done. Scores of people visit was the timely response Reynolds is in bad health but Mr. War0. That with deep regret wo record Rowan have died during' the past three dally, and clever Jailer Stephenson ren looks like camp Wo agrees with DeBord is always ready to admit those the death of Miss Rachel Bradshaw, years, as a result of overwork I n siding disappointed at not him. Thoy are all and Mr. J. X. Thomas, two of Lincoln with him in his political aspirations., WHO COm o whh guvu luuuvca. haying fought a battle or bo. o Jrnai: Saufley emphatically .. and in educational meetings for tho success of the work in which they wero engaged. That tho bereaved families have the sympathy of the entire teachCaused large sales in both departments. Still some are left or bargain hunters ing corps of tho county: and further that we do earnestly request the superintendent to send copies of theso resolutions to the parents of tho deceased. The resolutions wero adopted and If you want them. In addition to thoc already offered we will place on sale, bo- ginning Saturday morning, 13th, one lot of the institute adjourned. The Cut Price on Clothing & Shoes COME QUICK 24c I Misses' and Children's Toe pers, Slip- RUBBER : GOODS first-clnss- ! 5 high-grad- Lou-hvlll- NBW GOODS ! Call-icoe- s, scml-week- ly 11 JOHN P. JONES. Stanford Female College. WILLIAM SHELTON, PRESIDENT. Next Session Will Open September 5th. p Our Motto: "The Best." Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, CRAIG HOOKER. car-loa- d C Here's Your Chance FOR BARGAINS. - Visit Our Remnant Counter P Calicoes, imgnams, n. Percales, Cottons, &c. Wil-llarosto- wn i SEVERANCE A SONS. mmmzmwmmwmmmmmi GOO-pou- s&S jy r A. C.S1NE, STANFORD, KT, S00-poun- d Mo-Klnn- ey, Sjtty .,. ,, We at .- -. $1,-10- J. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. 1 DCD Rjri sua sj mmmmmm mmm wi n I i nj I Inn lg 't?'f',' " - v ..- - Ti " "' 1 i SOMETHING STARTLING I M IMMENSE DISSOLUTION SALE m ! The Louisville to-day Store. . Take advantage of this great opportunity to buy goods at about half their value. A Special Announcement of Great Interest To The Public. from the owners Mr T D. RAXEY, Manager of the Louisville Store, has receivedtonoticerid of our stock forat Louisville that a dissolution will be made in the firm. To do this, we are directed Cash. Money we get the store to mark down to the very bottom every article in kinds andin order money than you ever got them before. The must have and to induce our old and new friends to come and buy firm's only aim is to form a new partnership and continue busifor less of us wc promise to sell you more goods of all receipt of the nbovo notice we have started in and marked down the entire stock of Dry Goods, Clothing. Shoes, Moness at the same old stand in Stanford, Ky. Upon an UXHEARD OF LOW PKICL. As our space will not permit, we can only quote you a few prices, to give you an idoa tions Furnishing Goods, Carpets. Mattings, &c., to how prices will be throughout the house. Domestic 36 inch Percale, 10c quality, selliug out at 5c. Hoosier Brown Cotton, yard wide, 3c. Yard wide Bleached Cotton, no starch, regular 7c quality, at 4c. Best American Shirting Calico Indigo Blue, fancy calicoes, Hope Cotton, 5Jc. Dress Trimming Cambric 3c. Ladies' Black Hose, 4c. Ladies' Muslin Underskirt Ladies' Seamless Hose, 8c. Men's 10c Socks at 5c as long as they last. Men's Fine Shoes, worth SI. 25 and 81.50, now 08c. Men's Fine Calf Shoes, worth 83.50, marked down to 82.48. Ladies' Dongolu Button Tip Shoes 73c. Men's Working Shirts 23c. Mcn'o Negligee ShirL--, collars and cuffs attached, 50c quality, now 35c. White lxxly, colored lxxnti Mrlt 35c. SoA 1kx)iii, detoched collars nml cull's, 35c. 15o at 48c; gowns 6Sc. , t 3c. Ladies' Gown, worth 81; reduced to 73c. 75c quality Chemise and Pants reduced to 48c. Double width dress goods, blue brown, black and green, regular 15c goods reduced to 10c. Bed Ticking, 6c per yard. Table Oil Cloth, sells every where nt 15c, marked down to 10c; Floor Oil Cloth, 15c per yard. Ladies' Shirt Waists, worth 50c and 75cs reduced to 25c. Lidies Black Dress Skirts, worth 32, now 81.23. Ladies' Fancy Dress Skirts, worth 81.50, now 81. Supenders marked down to Oc. Men's luster coat", closihg out price, 48c. Feather Stitch Braid, 4c. Rich Frilled Elastic Webbing wm 10c, now 5c. John Clurks' Beet 200 yard spool thread, only 2c. Late style ladies' collars, regular 15c goods, now 8c Ladies' Silk Mits, 15c quality, now 0c. Men's Summer Underwear, 25c quality shirts and drawers reduced 15c. Men's Odd Pants, worth 75c and 81, marked down to 43c One Lot of M.50 and 82 pants, marked to 81.25. 84 Suits marked down to 82.50. 85 Suit. marked down to 82.08. Nice lot of all wool Clay worsted suits worth 810, reduced to 86.08. Men's Still' Hats, 10c. Men's Brown and ISInck Alpine Hats, ii at 81.25 now reduced to 68c. Linen Crash Toweling, 13 inches wide, 4Ac. Blue Cottonade, 10c quality, marked down to 7c. Fringed Bath Towels, 40x20 inches, 10c, regular price, 35c. I Fancy Bordered Towels, 40x20 inches, 23c a pair, regular price 40c. Ladies' Sleeveless Vests, 3c. Ladies' Sleeveless Vests, taped ueck, in bleached, 15c quality, now V Liuen Collars, 8c. Celluloid Collars, 4c. Men's Plow Shoes marked down to 75c. Oc. Oil Grain Creole Shoes, 81.25 grade, now 9Sc. Gent's Hats and Cap-- , Carpets and Mattings, Lace Curtains and Window Shades, Trunks and Vulixis, Bed Spreads and Bed Sheeting, Table Linen and Napkins are included in thN e Sale. Cut-Bat- n Holders of Tickets for Prize will be allowed time till Oct. 1 to fill out the amount, but no new ones given. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL THE SECOND KENTUCKY. Camp Thomas, Aug. 11. The first battalion having completed its work at Ta.'bllsli.eAI'vs.ooitxys aja.dLSTrlia.'ra Snodprass rillo range pulled up stakes late Saturday evening last for "home." The boys did excellent, considering the $52 PER YEAR 1ST ADVAXCK fact that they were unused to their guns, target, etc., and fully When not so paid S3. SO will be charged. of the men had never fired a rifle before. Co. H. carried oil first honors and Private Phillips scored the highest MRS. U. D SIMPSON, Pror . point, making 49 out of 50. Corporal : Kentucky. H. D. White is the crack shot of the one-thir- d J i'. Et kl anxiously awaiting the coming of the berlain's Colic, Cholera und Diarrhoea MONDAY, SEPT. 5th, 98. Is now jireimred to do nil kind of Humidor paymaster. The Second Kentucky may Remedy, and have the pleasure of stat- - Instruction thorough; no whitewashing. and Tinning, jlu proprietors of Iiwin'ii Itlack Iilmiiond Hoof 1'nmt. Telephone get oald this afternoon, but I rather ng that the half of one bottle cured Select, private, number limited; no idlers SO. rtxitdonrtf M.op on Mill St . om.slte No J suspect It will bo Most of me. For sale by Craig & Hocker, wanted. For terms nntl conditions of ad- H. Itaugiitnan A: Co,, Mill 2.tf mission, apply to the regiments at this writing have Druggists. UK. J. S. STAIM Prin.. JT. . been paid. It took a cool 1,000,000 45-Crab Orchard, Ky Cool Wisconsin RESOirrs.-T- he to pay the Camp Thomas boys off this Undortalcer, time, or not half the amount paid Inst Monon Route via Chicago Is tho proper uustonvillo, - - - Kentucky uncommissioned officers of Co. L. ! line. Write E. H. Bacon, D. P. A., "Kewry furnished; clean beds; splendsd While the boys enjoyed themselves month. Gen. Breckinridge and staff OBvrt bliMTTlcrs to the paid our camp a vlst Wednesday. Well Monon Route, Louisville, for pamphPorters ope of Writ I.lnrolu Everything 'table-- . immensely, most of them were only too 1 nil Cry countlr. otauisnJ S9 have just served 11 hours guard duty lets, rates and time tables for ull re all trains. meet baud If not old prlvatelv iR'foro. wc will soil glad to get back to the main camp. I. b. l'artitrr. Min;r. J and feeling tough so I will have to ring sorts In Wisconsin, Minnesota and at auction on SATl'KtUY. OCT I. lu. a Every regiment of infantry in the off. A. S. PRICE, Clahence Coleman. Michigan. Information cheerfully Farm of 87 Acres. Park was reviewed by Gen. Breckingiven and services of un agent to meet On Ilanplnjr Pork one mile from Hiiston-vlll- e ridge and staff Tuesday. There were Surgeon Last of the Season Grand popu- all parties on arrival of trains at Louon the Stanford pike. It U well ImDentist, soldiers of all kinds present. There lar excursion to Huntington W. Va.and isville arid Chluugo rendered free. proved, with house of elcht rooms, all tho Louisville, Ky., Decenary outhouses, yvuII watered and unwere something like 35,000 men in line return including a steamboat ride to der good fence Sale Is for the purjKwe of Stanford, Ky. A Denver tot closed her prayer with a satisfactory division Wrlto to and it was a grand sight for one to be- the famous Horse Shoe bend free of am of the AMERICAN & EUROPEAN (JflceoTor McRoberts' Drug Store In tbeKOwsley hold. It seemed that all sectional feel charge, Sunday Aug. 21st. Tickets good "God blcns papa and mama and Dewey underxlKiied'for further particular "or call Building. on or address J. V I)re at llustouvtllu, and Shafter and Schley and Sampson Kv. ings were buried when the various reg- going and returning on special excuriments were passing in review and the sion train leaving Lexington going at and Teddy's Terrors, nnd I wouldn't "J. V. I)re. Mrs. J l Fiddler. Mrs. Kate The Ladies Ke.ftatir.int is the flnent in 4o Arkansas band struck up "Yankee 7 a. M., returning leaving Huntington bo hard on poor Admiral Cervcra, if I II. Turhuue and Mrs. K C Ilradlev. the city. Kvery convenience for Utiles JtC-J4cCkAspending the day in the city. Doodle" and New York "Dixie." f); 30 p.m. Stops cun bo iunde at Ashland were you." Y Guntloneu's Cnfo on otllco floor. It seems that the Southerners are and Catlettsburg If desired. Look at Reports of a big And of gold on Pine C. getting the cold shoulder, but about the low rates offered for this excursion. Creek, n feeder of Lake Tagish, in tho THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, four Southern regiments have ever From Lexington and Hedges Inclusive, British Northwest Territory, has startgone to the front, two of those were 81.50,from Thomson and ialt Lick Inclu- ed a rush of prospectors from Juneau .Music - Tnesdiiv, Tlmr-da- y ami Sunday The from Kentucky and it seems a hard sive, 81.25, From Farmer utid Enter- and other points in Alaska. l.'veninw. matter to get them away from Newport prise inclusive. $1.00, From Olive Hiil Stanford, Kv., News. and Kilgore Inclusive. 75 cents From FARM FOR SALE, SUMMER TOURS Vp A re, well watered ami in line statu of cnltlf .. Well It eems that Spain has at Mead and Ashland inclusive. 50 cents. i i .,.! .. rn...t..m.... i. A. (on. an.l Imv irups ran bouKlt 1'imeMlon IS KCCCiVlllJJ Ills AllCl last swallowed the American pill, yet For further particulars call on or Kucii v tun jui.uuvr Vstii uu ur iiuuiet', j9 i, it will be some time before the great u Itn Ticket Agent Chesapeake & Ohio MIXAIIYV Union!, Ky Vinter Goods. volunteer army will be mustered out. TO Till. More than probably 100,0Q0 will be Goods Warranted. About one month ago my child, DR. R. Mountains, Lakes and Seashore. kept In the service to do garrison duty. Fit Guaranteed. I hardly think the 2d Kentucky will be which Is fifteen months old, had nn at- HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & Special Lew Hales will . ptlect to Give Him a Call. Hay. Mandt of ULe l.rle, in t liautaumis,Putlu-- ' Niagamong them, but I hope and trust she tack of diarrhoea accompanied by vomAnd Dealer in SURGEON, ara hall", I'liouvind lland m Lawrence Itlver, I gave Itsuch remedies as are usiting. I jko Gtiiive, New l.uKlaiuI go some place. Of Adlrundacks, will Itesorts, HARNESS, SADDLERY, &C. it is get to nto prominent officercourse ually gven in 6uch cases, but as nothing Stanford, - - Kentucky. lo the (ircat IjIm la Olctelaml, -- an.Imky, 1ol. just like said tin, lielrult or Ilentou HarU)r To Mt cViuena, Mackinac Mliklttsn lo tho STANFORD. KY. the other day, we were just as much a gaye relief, we sent for a physician Ofllcc over Hlgglns It Melvlnnoy's Store. I FIRST NATIONAL BANK and Win and fet liuis llewiru. hlcago. N'orthwwl via and t Tor raten, routes, time of trains and full particulars, apply to soldier the day we enlisted as if we had and It was under his care for a week. OF STANFORD, KY. any aent "lltu I o( u Itot xt., ' or address, At this time the child had been sick gone through a thousand battles and WAIHIKN J. LYNTII, li O. McCjmMIt K, undergone the severest hardships, but for about 10 days ana was having about l'a. iialllcMr Am. I.eu Pass. A Tkt. Act. 25 operations of the bowels every 12 Capital Stock S100.000. Surplus, S15.750 soldiers don't like parleying and when hours, and we were corivinced that unTHE Attention of the pulillc l railed to the f.ict tint they enlist to fight they don't want to thills the only National Hank In Stanford. UnPDPTUIPQIR IlfMQ lay up in camp and drill, drill, drill, less It soon obtained relief it would not der the iirovltlont ol the National Hunk Act U live. Chumberlaln's Colic, Cholera ll'Lt depositor are secured not only Iit the capital atock, UltMlIi but instead they want to go to the uutliytlie Moekholders' liability lor an amount and Diarrhoea Remedy was reccoraend-ed- , eiialtn the stock to that ileiultoriofthiiltutltu. front. tlou are aecured liy n fund ot I'ltn iworn soon notPENETRATES and I decided to try it. Col. Galther has been working lUteinuuu of tha condition ot the Hank are made each year to the United States Government and Its for a furlough In order to get to iced a change for the better; by its EIGHT stated GREAT STATES assets are examined atadditionaltimes by Korcrnuitut continued use a complete cure was agents, thus securing and (trtect salet. march his regiment to Kentucky. As and It Is now perfectly Kentuckv, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia todeiosItori. see no fun In such a march through brought about I This institution originally established at the DeNorth and South Carolina, C. L. Boggs, Stumpton, Gilposit Itauk of Stanford In ISSrt, then reorganized ai Route such a r,ough country, I am not In for healthy. Alabama, Mississippi. the National Hank ofStanlord In lt03 auriairain mer Co., W. Vu., For sale by Craig & reorganized as the First National Hank of Stanford It. In liai, has had practically an uninterrupted exist. OF BROOKLYN. The latest is that the camp is con- Hocker, Druggists. ence for 33 years. It Is Utter supplied now wltl facilities for transacting business promptly and libdemned and that 30 regiments will The Washington expenditures to erally than excr before In lis long and honorable career. Accounts ot Individuals, fiduciaries, tirwi leave, part for Porto Rico, but the ma- date on war account do not exceed Uetweeu I.oulsvlllo and tho South. : acd Individuals solicited. jority to Knoxvllle and near Nashville. the sum President Polk offerDIRECTORS. Thero is going to bo a great "revolu- ed for Cuba a half century ago. Poor Co., 01 Scotland. V. Held, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Ilayden, Stanford b. II. ltaughman, ' S.T. Harris, ' tion" now in a few days In Chlckamau-g- a old Spain never parts with any of her THREE DAILY TRAINS J. S. Hocker, " T P. Hill, HOUNDED 1806. V. P. Walton " W. A. Tribhle, " Park, but I will not bo so prema- possessions except to tho inexorable Each way between Louis vlllo and Lexington J.H.Colller.CrahOrch'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. ture as to say what will happen. W. A. TUKK, O. P. A., M, D. Elmore, Stanford. demands of the forces of Fate. Washington. D. O. ffn&lc J. Reed, O. P. A., Chloago. The second battalion, commanded by orricias. Three men were killed over one W. H. TAVLOE. A. O. P. A. J S. ;lIocker, President; J. J, Mcltoberts. CashU E. II. Bacon, V. P. A., Louisville, Ky Maj. Allen, left thU morning: (Thurs- - woman at Deadwood, S. D. Louisville, ICy A. A,tMcKlnuey,AlstautCaitiler. STANFOKD, KY dozen photographers on an average visit our camp daily. The boys are rifle range for The hest icumedy fok flux. target practice. Yesterday the various Mr. John Mathlas, a well known companies and officers had their pic- stock dealer of Pulaski, Ky Miys: tures taken. There do not over a "After suffering for over a week with day) for the Snodgrass COLLEGE : HOME. J. T. TINNING Will enter upon its fourth tears' work, flux, and my physician having failed to with greatly incrcshcd facilities. relieve me, I was advised to try Cham- & PLUMBING, STAN FO R D, KY, , Jones, H Ma,son Hotel first-clas- s. 7t T. StXTTOHT, -- J,aiicaster, FARM FOR SALE -2 LOUISVILLE HOTEL H. RUPLEY, Merchant Tailor, Fall 1 i iSSmS a- i..-- I ud-dr- css -- "Big Four Route," UNDERTAKER! m. PHGLPS, I TAKE THE Soutnem Railway MONON,' to FIRE INSURANCE I 30-da- y The Popular Insuranoe Company Insurance Through Sleeping Cars CHICAGO. $100,-000,00- 0 Caledonian R.B.MAHONY,Agt., .. ysiii