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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898082301 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. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVII. HUSTONVILE, Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. AUGUST 23. 1898. DANVILLE. POLITICAL NO. 40 I n THE DRQDHKAD FAIR. Another IJrodhcud fair is n memory Ellen Gregory wu? rinwl ?10 for A dispatch from tlarbourvllle says The 'orn orop Is thctulk of tha counbrunoh of the pwuce at Xwlmore. that Hon. .John Henry Wilson will run and another Micee-- s is added to the list try of faita held at that good old town. An Danville bise butt club defeated the for circuit jndtru. Mr. S. II. Hold has u U pound toinn. I'eiTjvlllo toutn on tlrn luttor's ground Of the many mentioned candidates immense crowd attended Friday, the to which ho ruUud. only Hon. Oscar Turner. Dr. S. At- - day it was the writer V pood fortune tobe In thl Saturday by a score of 14 to u. Cooks uud nurtod are source Union tturrioun wern conducted at wood Smith and Juraos T. Williams present, and an excellent program was section. If you have a Mirplu ssnd up thu 1.4i TVoshyterlnn church Sunday paid the 200 necessary to enter the oatrtel out. Stock from several eoun- ouoh u dozen or to ' tlW IV. I a til . !. tt ...1 , .... nMtmul lit. t I. I. . t .i st .wio C C. Vanuredulo A: Co , nro olloring "igiii iy uev. ,muIi, or tiiu uuptlri primary ior congress in toe out uis- - ' tn 'ue - nad " ; "''"" mui iinnA l'e to be a good one. In trlct- miifiui .milt for wheat. Mo-- t of our church. Mury. daughter of Mr. and Mr. The Eleventh district democratic thc '"',"l"g saddle stock and the fancy will hold for better prion farmer William Knox, formerly of Danville, congrerslonul convention will be held turnout rings were shown and in each Wheat Is dauriglng In the stack and won thu prize ut Liwreiiceburg fair for ut London. September 7. The leaders there were several competitors. Bud while there are two threshers In this of the party In the district decided l)uuni of Madison, a brother of A. C. Outof suits that coat from ?10 to ?12. Call at once and et tlrt choice as these the prettiest baby. end neither can turn ti wheel because Goods will not last long at the price. Mr. Reubon Gentry was very suc- that they could not uflord to make no Dunn, of Lincoln, was the most of oessful, winning three strines In sue-cessful at the L'iwruuoburg fair with In order to help out John During 1'astor U. .1. IMnkertoo' cession. The fancy turnout ring was Crab Orchard, Ky. White in hi Independent rnce Brown Inn m.ule a his tine Iierkfthlroe, vrlnnlu? 11 1st Dr. Hawkins George MeCUi.toek, of Madl-mapremiums, 15 2,1 and three 3d. Mr. Thoinat M. Owsley, the young won number of Interesting talks at tho from Bowling Green, has come to sjh, with Walter W. Saunders, second- Tho following D.invtlle exuursioulstH Christian church. are at Mugara: Mr- -. Jacob Huguely, the siibl conclusion that this is 1 he races In the afternoon were both Thu lumbor belonging to thu filr y Mrs. Nelson May and Misses Nancy going to be an "off year" for the re- interesting and exciting. McClure & U arm, TTTm which cost $00, was sold Napier, of Crab Orchard, won the trot W. G. Cowan for Huguely, Virginia IWinun, Fanny publicans In Kentucky, and especially afternoon to whlie Perry Ballard, Knox, Rebecca Pop, SjWci Woods, In the Third Congressional dtstnet, with Black Bet-310. Treasurer J. H. Hooker thinks Ida Win gate and Rold, of and wiihdru.vu from the race for Hie formerly of this comity, got the money Right now a word about our Fall and Winter Shoes. Little Early but the association will pay u htntill divirepublican Congiesslonul nominuiiou. in the running race with Col. Welch, Stanford. i we are eager to call your attention to these goods. In the first place dend. the horse Mr. S. II. Baughman raced Glasgow News. A committee from Mt. Sterling, com-- J we have taken unusual care in selecting the stock and are pleased to Miss Flora Whlttlngton, n handsome awhile and sold to Dink Farmer. D. There is considerable curiosity know that we will be able to und )opulur nioomllcld young lady, is pjsod of Mayor G. W. IJnird and the plan of campaign that K. Farris, of Crab Orchard, had a W. A. Wilson. Dr. W. R. Miss 'N1'rH Anna Held. the guest of will pursue In his congression- startor In the race, but she was sick Vf Murgurct Ingle?, who was with Miss Thompson, Will Wilson, It. Durbrldgei Davison W. A. Dchavcn, came over to our city al race. Mr. Gilbert, tho democratic und did no better than come third. Lou Hockcr, has returned to Pari. Secondly, the prices that we expect to put on these goods will be atSplendid order was preserved through Inspect tho water works plant. They nominee, Is a splendid mixer and fine Miss Luclle Cooor I visiting Mies to tractive Thirdly, our styles will be exactly right. Every mother unwere highly pleasod both with the stumper, and ho has announced his the entire fair and nothing of an Helen Hooker. that has a boy or girl that she vants to shoe substantially will be pleasant memory is left. Rockcastle a plant and atso Danville. They left intention of challenging Davison to Notwithstanding there ure SO odd These goods will be on hand in good season. debutes In every county In the dis people are proud of the Brodhead fair here for Richmond and Winchester. white children of school aire In the Pi of. F. II. Law, formerly professor trict. As a speaker Davison is not a and leave nothing undone thut will add I Hustonvlllo district only 1" are attend- of English and French In Centre Col brilliant success; neither does he be to the pleasure of those who attend. X.C The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, EY. ing the public school there which ha lege, has accepted the chair .of head lieve that there Is much virtue in the There Is no pulling In different direcft teachers In onoof tho most elllclcnt professor in English in the Pawtucket, political speech. He is a grcut man to tions, but all unite in trying to make tho county. Miss Anna Kcld'a school Rhode I, land. High School. This fall make a cunvass. Dan fair week a gala und pleasant one. on tho Hradfordsvlllo pike has an en- he will publish two novels. He was an ville Cor. Courier-Journa- l. Among the distinguished guests FriWE WANT TO- rollment of about .'10. day was the Hon. G. G. Gilbert, the literary man and resigned his poable The following gcctlemcn left early sition with Centro College to pursue next Congressman from this district. NEWS IN THE VICINAGE, Monday morning for Itusell Springs his literary work In New York City, He was well received both by demoGen C. M. Cluy's peasant wife is crats and republicans and if I am not. to spend n week nnd attend tho fair: but decided later to accept his present now living In poverty In Woodford badly mistaken he is going to run Dr. Hawkins Hrown, Mers. Samuel situation. the Customer of ours. We wil give you the Hook--ocounty. grey gelding a warm race even in that II. Held, T. J. Robinson, J. Rev. F. J, Cheek is visiting relatives J. Walker Given. Kd Stngg, John here. Mr. Rano Huhon, of Decatur, Silas Witt, uged ., died In Estill republican county. D. Hout, C. C. Carpenter, Fred Collin There are few towns better prepared 111., Is Isltlng Mr. Will Uohon. II. county, after votlug tne republican Foley. They took a wagon-loa- d C. Hright and family have returned ticket since the organization of that to entertain a crowd than Brodhead. and John party. of provision, bcddlnir. etc . nnd from Crab Orchard The Albright and Francisco hotels had Springs. Drs. John Kersey got live years at Lan- a half dozen or so houses rented for the will camp out. Tobe Cooper, a Wyatt and Letcher are enjoying an darkey, accompanied them and outing at Paint Llcl: und Crab Orch caster for shooting Henry Beusley aud occasion und the struuger was well Give us a call and free for yourself. Extraordinary Bargains in Fine Suit3. Speed Youug the same time for stealwill do the cooking. cued for. For $1 a day a ierson can Cut Prices. Suits Cleaned and Pressed. Merchant Tailaid. Miss Hush Grln?tead has return- ing meat. oring. Suits made here. Big Cut in Shoes. get splendid accommodation and tin The )eople of tho Kidd's Store sec- ed from Louisville. Miss Mattle Grin-stea- d The Black Diamond Coal Company, kindest treatmentmaglnable.. accompanied her. Mr. Uuckner tion nro much aroused over tho burn. Tho Rlgsbys, Kings and Wallins are Ing of William Wright's blnckcmlth Fisher, of St. Louis, is the guest of his operating large mines in the Jelllco was occupied by Fred undo, Mayor Jere H. Fisher. Miss district, has gone into the hands of a considerably hurt because of an item shop, which DANVIULE, KY. No. 136. Goodo. A coal oil oan which It Is Josie May McGoodwln Is visiting receiver upon application of creditors which appeared in tho INTERIOR JOL'K-N.rd just after the killing of Joe claimed belong to T. J. Price, tho oth frlouus In Winchester. Mrs. William at Knowlllc. at Crab Orchard by Geo. Stephen-eoer blacksmith there, was found among Hall, of Iowu, bus returned home after John Bt Thompson is engineering a "We Make It A Rule To Furnish They claim, nnd arc borne out In thu debris and this with other things visiting Mrs. Mary Downton. Miss plan to cut the whisky production of caused the arrest Lucy Crow Is tho guost of Mr. Lucy the State from 111,000.000 gallons to the statement, that they not only took of a similar nature n( Prlco and his son. They have not Webster. Some young people stormed 10,000,000 a year for live years and is no part In the mob. which was organized for the purpose of lynching the vet been tried, but somothlng sensu Miss Emily Letcher and hor guest, Miss meeting with success. W. C. Gonuley, a Richmond saloon Negro, but used every effort to prevent Is expected when the trial Is McKinley, uud spent a most enjoyable tlonal hold. Young Price and Goode had a evening. Mr. Nicholas McDowell, Jr., keeper, tried to shoot A. S. Drake, of it and let the law take Its course when difficulty ti year or so ago in which the left yesterday for Mackinac Island. Danville, In a difficulty at the former Judge Suutiey promised a speedy trial. Mrs. Owen Kimble Is visiting her place, but Drake knocked tho weapon The gentlemen are all clever men and former was shot mother, Mrs. Fannie Knox, nt Atoka. up and the ball went wide of the mark. good citizens and are not trouble-hunter- s McKINHEY. by a long shot. Richmond officials have secured two Misses Mamio and Annie Lanier have The writer is under obligations to spending some bloodhounds. Ono of tho dogs has returned home after The L. O. T. Ms. of this place, rigged weeks in Louisville. Miss Flossie Web. been named Christine Bradley in hon- President Protheroe, Secretary Al- All of the Best Quality, at the Lowest Possible Cash Priover to up In tho best of style, drove ces. It is to vour interest to try us. stur, of Indianapolis, who has been or of Gov. Bradley's charming daugh- bright and Treasurer Cherry for courJunction City Friday night una onjoyoti visiting Miss Mary Dunn, returned to ter, and the other Dick Hobson for the tesies. They are among the cleverest a supper with tho same organization at Crab Orchard Saturday. gentlemen in the county and are well hero ot the Merrimac. ttuiMiliti'ii- - Tho members who went The first indictment under the Mar- equipped for tho offices they hold in from here wore: Mrs. Anne Duddcrar, About one month ago my child, tin law in this section wus drawn at the Rockcastle County Fair AssociaMm. Hottlo Owens, Mrs. Jennie Alford which is tlftcen months old, had an at- Lancaster against Win. Wren, a turn- tion. E. C. W. nnd Misses Alice Gooch, Florence Tan-no- tack of diarrhoea accompanied by vom- pike raider who is charged with Annie Taylor and Annlo Routeu. iting. I gaveltsuch remedies as are m. and feloniously, confederating, KY. GROWERS' INSURANCE CO. most excellent time and given in such cases, but as nothing banding and going forth, together IN A MOST FLOURISHING CONDITION. They reiort a are loud In their praise of the Junction gave relief, we sent for a physician with other person, for the purpose of The Kentucky Growers' Insurance and it was under his care for a week. molesting, injuring and destroying the Co., In which the farmers of Lincoln City L. O. T. Ms. Miss Lulu Adams, ono of Casey's fair At this time tho child had been sick property of n corporation. county are so largely interested, held young teachers, spent Sunday with for about 10 days ana was having about The Advocate says thai the repairs its annual meeting at Lexington, Tues-dafriends here. Dr. Armstrong has gone 2o operations of the bowels every 12 of the Perryvllle pike were let at eSo u Aug. 16th. The Legislative Board to Russell Springs to attend the (air. hours, und we were convinced that un- mile, live miles of the Lebanon road Is composed of W. P. Cox, of AnderMrs. Ivatlc Dedman, who has been vis- less it soon obtained relief it would not at ?."0 und five at $100, the Salt River son county; D. W. Dunn, Boyle; A. J. we put on sale our entire stock of iting relatives hero for two wooks, re- live. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera pike at50, the Perry vllle & Mitchells Gorham, Fayette; Sidney Bedford, Somerset Sun- and Diarrhoea Remedy was reocomend-ed- , tburg at $18 and the Perryvllle & Franklin; G. T. Higginbotham, Garturned to her home at and I decided to try It. I soon not- Springfield day. John Carter, who has been sick at $3o. Contracts) was made rard; A. L. Chrlsman, Jessamine; J. K. constantly since he jolnod the iced a change for tho better; by its for the Harrodsburg .S: Perryvllle pike Baughman, Lincoln; A. H. Vnnsant, almost army soon after tho llrst call for troops continued uso a complete cure was at $7 a rod for broken rook to be spread Mercer: J. A. Logan, Shelby; C. S. was made, returned homo Friday, look- brought about anil It Is now perfectly at 32 a mile, the ditches and culverts Williams, Woodford: together with ing considerably "tho worse for wear." healthy. C. L. Hoggs, Stumpton, Gil- o bo kept In repair at $5 a. mile. the Executive Board, composed of J. '?. Archie Scanllng and Frank MclCee, mer Co., W. Vu., For sale by Craig Jc The suit of the Kin gcatd heirs agalus E. Delph, president, R. B. Kendall, uoldler boys of tho 2d Kentucky reg- Hocker, Druggists. the squatters on n tract of 30,000 acres secretary, L. P. Spurr, J. D. Hlnton, il! At a Trice That Will Sell Them. ure homo on a 10 days furlough. iment, y Expert Ware's report shows that of land in Knox county has been com- W. II. Warren und J. C. Bosworth. Howard Huston was homo from his the earnings of the chair plant In the promised. The heirs are to give them After an examination of the business i, . work nt Ludlow Sunday night. of' thc for the past year tho board found the Frankfort penitentiary for the past title to the laud and J Lewis, u former citizen of eight months amount to only - cents oil and coal products uftcrdevelopmeut, company In a ilourishlug condition, Mr. J. J. ! Rockcastle county, and tho last surviv a day for the labor of each convict em- the Klngcald heirs to have the other having met all losses and more than s, nnd if they do not develop douDled Its business. It now carries Ing uncle of our townsman, Mr. Wat ployed, while tho contract guarantees If you need a pair look at them. Duddcrar, died In Huston, Texas, last the stuto shall receive 3,i cents a day the oil and coal In 10 years they for- $1,225,000 of Insurance. Farmers deWednesday. Miss Clara Cooper, who for the labor. This entails a loss of feit all rights to land, oil and coal. siring to save money will Und It to their 'V had been sick of typhoid fever for ."1 several thousiitid dollars on tho state, This suit Is the most extensive ever Interest to consider this system of prodays, died at her homo near town last and unless Martin makes it good his brought iu that end of the State, there tection ugainst lire, lightnlngand wind. M Call on J. K. Baughman, Huston-vill- e, Thursday afternoon. Tho remains was contract will probably bo rescinded. being over $300,000 Involved. to Me- chairman Lincoln county board, followed by a long procession A dispatch from Plnevlllo says that Cool Wisconsin Rksokts. The on Friday morning Bratoher Williams H. C. Baughman, Stanford, or Dr. E. Klnnoy cemetery, where Rev. L. M. C Dunekllng conducted the funeral cere Motion Route via Chicago is the proper and John Head, with some women, M. Estes, McKinnoy, or write homo monies, after which tho mound which line. Wrlto E. II. Bacon, D. P. A., were visiting a peach orchard when a office No. 00 E. Short St., Lexington, rr.V III now marks tho resting place of the Monon Route, Louisville, for pamph- man named Malone and another Isaac for circulars or Information. R. B. Kendall, Gen. Mgr., form so much loved by hosts of friends, lets, rates and time tables for all re Lunsford appeared at the orchard Lexington, Ky. 2t. was literally covered by beautiful tlow- - sorts in Wisconsin, Minnesota and uud tried to persuade tho women to FRESH LINE OF- cheerfully quit the compauy of Williams and ors tastily urranged by loving nanus oi Michigan. Information LOW RATES QUEEN fc CRESCENT. surviving frlonds. Tho fond parents, given und services of an agent to meet Head and go with them. A light fol Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Cooper, havo the all parties on arrival of trains at Lou- lowed which resulted In the death of Seventh Day Adventists Camp Meet3. sympathy of the community lu their isville and Chicago rendered free. aud tho ing, Harrlman, Tenn., Aug. Williams, Head and Malouo, deep distress, this being men- seconu wounding of Lunsford. Supreme Lodge Knights and Daughserious People who sutler from sleeplessness daughter to die within tho last month ters of Africa, Nashville, Tenn., Aug1S9S. of this dread dlseaso. Miss Clara was should try tho plan of breathing slowust Tim IIEST REMEDY FOR FLUX. uged 13 years. News of tho death of ly, deeply uud with precise uniformNational Wholesale Druggists' Ass'n, Mr. John Mathlas, a well known 1S93. Mr. J. M. Durham, a prominent mer- ity. This will gradually divert from stock dealer of Pulaski, Ky., says: St. Louis, Mo., Sept. at Mlddleburg, reached hero the brain the excess of activity that "After Buffering, for over a week with Annuul Conference M. E. Church chant this. Monday, morning. Fuueral this hinders sleep. llux, aud my physician having failed to South, Flemlngsburg, Ky., Sept. 14- 21. M., conducted by the Masonic Fra Mackinac and return August 23th, l. Widow If I marry you, I shall ex relievo me, I was advised to try Cham- . ternity. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Queen & Crescent, C. H. & D. uud borlaln's pect you to give up smoking. Call And Sjo Me. Remedy, and havo the pleasure of stat- - Steamers. $8.03 round trip from JuncWoods Why, dear? Unusually low excursion rate to Cln Widow Well, If I glvo up ray weeds ng that tho half of one ibottlo cured tion City. Delightful lake trip. Libelnnatl. Queen & Crescent Route to limits. Ask ticket offices Tick-- . for you, you should glvo up tho weed mo. For sale by Craig & Hocker, eral return G. A. R. Encampment Sept. for full information. j for me. Druggists. ets sell September 3d to 0th. POINTS. BIG DRIVE IN ODD PANTS ! Black, Clay, "Worsted, ' i j AT ONLY $2.50, W. break-down- s. ab-son- ce I " n E. PERKINS, Sut-urdu- y, Jo.-pbi- Wt txt mn n i xt WA1M1 IU bAY Coun-cllme- n con-corn- ing I '1 Meet Every Want In Shoes. CALDWELL 6t LAN1ER, -- 1 r ! house-to-hou- se r, M0-pou- Best Values Your Buy. Telephone JVJorjey Ga? Mid-Seas- t 4 1 The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., L Til-fo- n. School Books, Tablets And Copy Books, Pens, Ink And School Supplies PENNY'S DRUGISTORE. r, ''un-lawful- ly us-uul- ly y, 1 OWN 1 YOUR PRICE. I .1 I i I I 1 To-da- y Ladies' I Children's Slippers one-ten- th Cost Not Considered. nine-tenth- i Cheaper Than I Can Buy $ Tiiem Myseii. H. J. McROBERTS. n -- I I. 19-2- - 23-2- o, 19-2- 4, - Dry Goods, Groceries And Genral Merchandise. Every Thing Way Down. MARK HARDEN, II 5-- 10. STANFORD. si 5jiit jj,,;-i-,u- . j--y V j" " gffXi-J. vrf! V, -- vfxjr jp - ITT- - IT" Tf - - vH ''WWWV'f, --. f . .-- h. " 5'TC7 tbat bplendid vessel and hints at dark Spanish plots In connection FredTitils, the bicyclist, broke the Aug. 23. 189S her that he fays ho will tell in tho waiting till thev nre appointed before Stanford. Ky., world s record for five miles, unpaced, cortes, of which ho is n member. He announcing hers. speaks in highest terms of most of tho When Gcu. Lee called on the presi- by going the distance in 11:32 at PhilaAV. P. WALTOX. American naval officers, but roasts dent when ho was In Washington re delphia Saturday. George Hill, who was In the habit Sigsbee, who, he says, was off drinking cently, he was accompanied by his son. champagne and having a big time, The president was pleased with the of walking In bis sleep, stepped off the Democratic Nominee For Congress, when his vessel, tho Maine, was blown appearance of tho young man and ap- steamer White, on Cumberland river GILBERT, up, and although he said differently to pointed him a lieutenant in the regular and was drowned. HON. G. G. Chicago's tallest and thinnest cititton him, went off and swore that tho ship army. Of Sliclbr County, -Rim. mMm has decided to leave ttieit tne wtner day. tic was seven was blown up by the Spaniards. and return to theUnltod States. feot eight inches in height, and weighPonce ALTHOUGH "Manila and its SubGov. McCkeaky Is mentioned asone only 125 pounds'. for tho ovaouation urbs" were surrendered after the pro- of the peace commissioners. Ho served The arrangements so near completed edSix lives wcro lost and a number of of the Islaud are Dewey and tocol had been signed, both Keep in mind tho price list of tho big sale and don't forwith President McKinley several terms that the commission will havo little to persons were Injured in a fire which of it, and they Merritt were ignorant In Congress and the two aro warm evidently anx- destroyed the Windsor and National are as much ouya as if they had been friends, the president being fully aware do. The Spaniards are got to look sit tho Hotels at Hot Springs, Arkansas. taken before. The battle of New Or- of the broad statesmanship of the ious to ret out. John Wneker murdored Mrs. Lena News from Washington Is that tho leans was fought after the declaration governor, whose appointment would IIosierv at Half Price. genernl received a dispatch Metzar because she rejected him for n of peace and we kept all we contendeJ not only please his friends, but be a adjutant dated from Chlckamauga Saturday younger lover and then killed him disfor there. The arbitration of the " ' ' Islands guarantee that Amerleau Interests and signed "Second Kentucky Infan- self, iiotti uvea tn Louisville. lload Suit prices position of tho Philippine would be taken caro of and an earn- try," stating that a petition has been Wilder, of Owensboro, Ind., Robt. should not have been left to a commisest that this country would gather fully forwarded, signed by nine companies drank carbolic neid because his wife sion In the first place, and it would not Deep Cuts in Dry Goods ' the fiultsof the war. of the regiment, asklnir to be muster- threatened to leave him, but It failed have been had McKinley a stiff to kill him, the moro's the pity. backbone, but their capture simplifies What fools these mortals be ! Miss ed out of service. A fire, which broke out In Ratcliff & Ladies' Dross Skirt. Sale, The official veport of casualties In question Emma Arnold, the St. Louis young .! : ., matters and should settle the five Amerlivery stable at Mt. Sterin our favor. The United States should woman, who kissed Lt. Hobson at the the attack on Manila shows 411 wounded. ling, destroyed It and a number of oth' Yq havo cut the life out of our pniceSj forever hold every foot of territory expense both of her modesty and good ican soldiers killed and announcing tho signing er buildings, causing a loss of $1'G00. bought by the blood and valor of our sense, Is reaping a ilch harvest of fools. The dispatch afternoon The Bradleys, racehorse men, played soldiers and if it is a mooted question She gets proposals of marriage by the of the peace protocol on the Ladies' 73c Shoes, of August 12 did not reach Gen. Mer-- i. In bad luck Friday nt Lexington. Jim whether the whole of the Philippines score and now the directors of the nr. MnnilA until the afternoon of died and Owen and Tom were run Into surrender, we Wichita-Countwere Included in the (Kas.) Fair havo writthe city by n train, killing their horse and narMen's Fine Shoes, 93c, should be given the benefit of the ten her asking her to assume charge of August 10, three days after American com- rowly missing them. proceed to take them vl et the woman's department of the fair and had surrendered to the doubt or In a fight between u sheriff- -" posse manders. armls. They will have to be taken name her own price. Every department blossoms with promise, Mortality among hospital nurses is and ?5 desperate negroes nv Bayboro, that way finally for the five commisAn otliclal of tne war department, startling It has been ascertained Ga., five of the negroes were killed sioners on a side will never agree and ate Xe Merchandise with no short coming- exlabors this states that a large majority of the vo- that a healthy girl of IT, devoting her- outright, three were fatally wounded at. the conclusion of their avand three more disabled. Spain will be further lunteer privates want to be mustered self to hospital nursing, dies on an country and boy, James Johnson, a apart than now. We had her down out of tho service. And they should be erage 21 years sooner than n girl of the and cept in price, colored youth, Charles Wood, among the general and but for the truckling policy of the mustered out at once. What Is the use same age moving administration, Spain would have ac of burdening the county with a yet population. A hospital nurse at the both of Princeton, quarroled over a All Xew Goods, but too many. "Wc have, therefore, cepted our demands without the Inter- greater debt keeping these men in age of 2o has the same expectation of game ol marbles and Wood struck commission and the war camp or hauling them around the coun- of life as a person at the ago of .S in Johnson with a rock, killing him invention of a stantly. would now be over, with no prospect of try at a heavy expense? Parole them the ordinary community. decided to put them at a price that will move them. Tho Odd Follow' Widows' and Orreports In According to tho official if needs be, and cut down the enor a renewal of hostilities as at present. the Adjutant General's office the num- phans' Homo In Lexington willbe dedl mous expense as fast as possible. This is simply a hint at notable opportunity for saving, The board of trustees of the Houses ber of Federal soldiers killed In battle cated on Thursday, October 13, and the Friday of Reform met at Lexington Col. Zeigler, who tho prohibition- during the civil war wa 67.05S; died of members of tho local lodges thero nre and decided to purchase what is known ists have put up for Congress in this wounds, 4:i,012; total 110,070. While making preparations to make it a day Bring your dollars and rot twice their value. as the Tanner farm, which lies on the district, is a Pennsylvania product, the number that died In hospital and long to be remembered. Dan Rice, the fnmous clown who Cincinnati Southern near the George- who preached in Presbyterian pulpits prison from disease was 240,000, more town pike four miles from Lexington, for 15 years and then discovered doubt- than twice as many as died in battle or originated the majority of the jokes of provided geologists pronounce the wa- less that he was not "called." At any from wounds received in battle. The today and who for a quarter of a center supply and the sewerage prospects rate he quit preaching for politics, deaths from disease In tho late war tury made a nation laugh, Is spending favorable. The farm has a little over which he will probably find Is hell be- were even proportionally much larger. his lastdnvs In thu Cincinnati workhouse on the charge of vagrancy. 200 acres and will be bought at once fore he gets through. The war revenue bill Is bringing necessary buildings ImmediAt Henderson, Mrs. Blanch Vaughan and the T. D. HANKY, Manager. $1,.00,000 a day into the treasury. The WAR TALK. has Instituted six suits for 100 each, ately begun, and pushed to completion. available cash balance which was s and Only '$30,000 of the $100,000 approprla-teEight war ships are now at Old down to little more than 5200,000,000 against that many Branch stores nt Pari, will be used for the present. The Point. their sureties, who are charged with nna,VtTfiallIe?, Eminence,Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, RardMown, Lawrenccliurg, Cynthl. (Jcor$;otown, Klizabethtown. Frankfort. Mnnckport, Ind. soon after the declaration of war, has Bradley at board will meet with Gov. The surtender at Manila is said to arisen to S271.957.512. Of this there selling intoxicating liquors to her Frankfort on the 13th of September, have included the entire Philippine was held in gold at the close of busi- husband, after she had glvon them notice not to do so. the law making It his duty to pass on archipeligo. ness Thursday 31W,J03,05l which is written The annual statement of President all its actions. Gen. Sanger's brigade and several higher than It has been at any time other regiments aro now encamped since December, ISSti, when It amount Ingalls, of the Chesapeake and Ohio, WILLIAM SHELTON, PRESIDENT. New Yokk gave a grand welcome to shows tho gross earnings of the road to the North Atlantic Squadron Saturday. at Lexington.from Camp Thomas says ed to $20:5,000,000. A dispatch It seems to have been arranged that be S11,7SS,557, an Increase of 51,0S0,357 The New York, Iowa, Indiana, Brook2d regiment will be mustered Gen. Filzhugh Lee Is to receive the over last year. The not surplus is lyn, Massachusetts, Oregon and Texas that the Full C(urc i.f Mu.lv in Literature, Silence, Music, Ail nnl IMocutton, under culan Increase of Tho few weeks. surrender of Havana. This Is retrlbu StUV'10. tured and experienced teachers lay in New York Bav and hundreds of out in a road has no floating debt. The signal corps of the army has live justice. Misfortune has its rights; Special attention given to I'runnry and Preparatory Clauses, thousands of people on the shores and A locomotive of the Pennsylvania fall at the College and get a copy of our New Cntalocue, or write for one to MILS. constructed about 2o0 miles of tele- but so has victory. Blanco was dis on all sorts of crafts hallooed themrailway recently drew a train about NANNIi:, S PVUFLEY Lidy Principal, Stanfoid, Ky graph lines In Porto Hlco. courteous enough to decline the official selves hoarse in cheering the vessels Capt: Sigsbee, of the cruiser St. Paul adieu which Gen. Lee called to tender. three quarters of a mile long, made up and their gallant commanders and men, and his ship alone was left out of the The American General, like Coriolanus, of 130 loaded coal cars, from Altoona to while steam whistles shrieked and canHarrisburg. 132 miles, In 12 hours. The when he was expelled from Rome, said, nons boomed for three hours. Mayor naval parade at New York Saturday. sk!ilit ft tVirft tHnln lwtlifrwl tltrt tunKiit Seventy warships have been order "I go, but I shall return." And re VanWyck made the welcome speech was 5,212 tons, the locomotive weighand Admiral Sampson responded. Both ed to the Fort Monroe harbor, which turn he will as promised, with "the ing 101 tons. were brief and well timed and the will be the largest fieet ever seen to- star spangled banner floating in the Bicyclists Whaley and Ashcraft, of breeze and a brass band to play the whole program was Impressive and gether. Miss Maud Mears, the Chicago girl national air." Blanco will now leave, Willlainstown, were sworn enemies. patriotic. who proposes to start a chain to build a but he will never return. Louisville They met on the Lexington pike near Dry Ridge. Neither would leave the says that battleship, has opened an office and beTun Cynthiana Democrat Times. path. With huads down they 'corched Gray Gelding Davison looks gun work. the Eon. Gov. McCreary is an expansionist in like a monkey and will look more like Commodore Howell has been made a every sense. In an interview at at each other at terrific speed. They one when George Gilbert gets through Rear Admiral by the President and Washington he said: "I am not In favor collided, and Whaley foil from his with him. This is doubtless true, in Lleuts. Wlnslow and Anderson advan- er In,. nnv nl.ine over which QUI' wrecked wheel fatally hurt. Ashcraft ,. fact we may admit Its entire truth, but ced for "extraordinary heroism." n, w m.t nreservc and ' s dangerously hurt Queen & Crescent low excursion rat Brer Allen Is treading on dangerous The first mall for Spain since tne hold forever that which Dewey and I'ricc to Suit All. Hero are a few of them. We may occasionally compare war broke out left New York Saturday his brave men so gallantly won. While G. A. It. Encampment at Cincinnati.1 ground. our man to certain animals and other on the French liner Normandle. In It was proper for our people to oppose Ask your npent. things, but he is our meat entirely aud all there were but 1,0S2 letters and territorial expansion for many years, we do not permit other folks to do so. 000 papers. XOl IW '"C3 kl3(M 00 ?0 except where the territory was conSo beware. Things will never come to Secretary Alger has again Indulged tiguous, conditions have changed. Tho such a pass, that we shant wallop our jn a burst of applause for the great days of our Isolation nre over. To preown jackass, but no other man shall hit things accomplished by his depart-hl- m serve our leadership among nations wo 0jn Xiawioiqy a lick and not hear from us. mfin, He dnps it in a letter to Hon. must be controlled by great events and M. Depew. Is althe State Auditor Stone has announc- Chauncey between Manila and Hong so demands of tho times." He of the The cable for the immediate building ed that he will refuse to pay the exDewey at the Nicaraguan canal by tho government. penses of the election commission Kong, cut by Admiral of the war, has been repaired ahould the court of appeals uphold the outbreak by Gen. Merritt for BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, constitutionality of the act under which and was used with Washing , direct communication it is operating. This gentleman must ton. The oldest Mason is dead azain, this stand In with the lawyers of Frankfort, Gov. Bradley had to go to the camp time in Covington. . . . amie I wuugeiiui- ieea out 01 nits C1..A m 0f the m KentucKy ana tell tne men A tidal wave in a stream near Pitts A In ice line Fresh Lemons, Olives and other mandamus cases. Ho recently put the that it was not Col. Smith's fault that burg, Pa., swept five children to death. ' trustees of the Houses of Reform to an they did not get to the front. The things at prices to suit all. T. F. Brock, arrested at Georgetown expense of $700 or 8800 to compel him mea accuse Smith of not wanting to for horbo stealing, committed suicide. to pay the appropriation made by the go. Russia has ordered seven ships of Better order prevails in Porto Rico. war, five of which will be bult in this Legislature. The Spanish officials are assisting in : mepp put wooq- Boyle and Madison both instructed every way possible. Many merchants country. DePuuw, of New Albany, jnd poo n tarsal alo) C. W. for Davison, who will be nominated for at San Juan have ordered extensive 0 8800,000, with less than Congress on the first ballot, notwith- importations. The mines in tho har- failed for assets. standing Col. N. D. Miles, of Jessa- bor of San Juan are being removed. Jim Corbett's burglar brother, John, 200-Acr- e Sale, In the ring. messages of conmine, has shied his castor The President sent J. W. ROUT, Manager. released from the California All In a iitrt of the Old (irenlxrry is very certain that Davison will gratulation to Admiral Dewey and has been It llrlpht farm, t'jilenilld land well waltre.l. Two fair dwellings (Jood Mock darn under conitriic-ilo- n make one race too many and that after Gen. Merritt and their officers and penitentiary. Main Street, Interior Journal Ihiilding, Stanford, Ky, Hriglit, Minfii'il, ay teriu. Gen. Morales, the 'Guatamalean InNovember next his name will be Den- men. Gen. Otis has arrived at Manila 40.1m in a cave, died on bis Ky. arrested nis. with his reinforcements for Gen. Mer- surgent, way to prison. making Sale It is said that the republicans in the ritt,strong. the American army 0 A rear end collision occurred near Our Farm of ISC Acres of Rent, 3d district have seen the handwriting Maes., in which seven persons land, illuatwl Ipim than half mile In mi HiistoiiTlllo. Miwlni; I'oMesMon glren Jan. 1, IKK'. At Manila serious trouble is threat- Sharon, on the wull that John Rhea will be his and 20 wounded. - II. and M J. Adam, when desired. ened by the insurgents, who assert were killed 48 tf Ky. own successor in Congress und have Job H. Haverly, tho minstrel man, they are able to render the islands decided to glvo him a clear track. that bankruptcy with liabilabout for anybody. Aguinaldo has gone Into and assets S10.000. $.127,741) It is well. Rhea is a dead sure winner, untenable to order his forces to Bi has agreed retire ities of .10,000 members of the G. A. R. no matter who is pitted against him. Over 10 miles if his leaders aro given emCo., located TIiuik v f written that they will attend the atTho Tarmers thu StatuTru-.- t Kentucky, Is Stanford, hi of John Ruea says that Kentucky ployment under tho American Govern- have National Encampment at Cincinnati. closing up Its ulTuIrs. AH creditors of said democrats will elect 10 Congressmen ment. Lightnlcg struck the barn of Peter Hank therefore are y said notified to prea conference with the president After claims against Hank for paythis year, and it begins to look like he We offer a Ferry, in Iowa, and his five sons, sleep- sent their ment. right. We feel pretty sure that the Senator Cannon, of Utah, dictated an is J. H. OWSLKV, Cashier. mow, were burned to death. ing In the 8th will help to prove the prediction interview for the press, in which ho declared that the administration will The body of Valmore S. Nicholas, a correct. Tho Lincoln County National Hank, of hold the Philippines permanently as a Michigan farmer, who mysteriously Ky., Inn succeeded tho Farmers Neither President McKln.ey, Gov. condition of peace. Tho Utah Senator disappeared a week ago, was found in Stanford. Trust Co.. of Stanford, Ky nnd Hank & Bradley or ourselves will attend tho predicts tbat the United States will tho river near Detroit, and a spirit- has assumed all its Uubllltles, iissuts - und To close up the season. All we ask is to give us ft call. Opposlto G. A. R. encampment at Cincinnati, soon dominate a great trade in the Pa- ualist is under arrest and suspected of entire business. S. H. SHANKS, President. ) J. U. OWSLCY, Cushler. and it will therefore be a failure. cific. murder. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL MOUEC, the captain of the ChrUtobal Tho President is ald to havo deold Holnn. l v If. Id iidolnad tn tpv to llnnf .' nil na J nn nono of tllC DOaCC OOIIJ- s.iva v aw m.uw...Whj w w v.w m w vnt. w " - Charles Kaiser, condemned to death Sept. 0 for wifo murder, cut nn artery some Imissioners except Senator uavis ami in his wrist and hung himself in jail nt with Secretary Day. Spain is said to be Norristown, Pa. LOUISVILLE STORE. -- Bin-bridge- y up-to-d- 11 The Louisville Store. d saloon-keeper- Stanford Female College. Next Session Will Open September 5th. Mj-0.00- ! Look Out For The Blue Grass Store. 1 j I UlOMOd jjM!yg . K ..- I j m Om-nbcr- r Dry Salt Bacon, 6c. Bacon Plates, 7c. Smoked Sides, 9c. 17 lbs. Standard Granulated Sugar for $1. 20 lbs. Brown Sugar for $1. GIVE US A TRIAL. I 3o0.-00- Blue Grass Grocery. Farm For Illue-Orax- 14,-00- or I- Klrot-Cl- Illue-finif- s Wbt-u- t iirlv-Urg- e e, NOTICE. he-eb- Overstocked. 1, Court-House. Until August '98, A Big Reduction for Buggy and Harness Trade, B. K. WEAREN A SOV. fi&!t- -- - .,." i fn 4 t. THE INTERIOR Thkki: Is not a patient at the Kcelcy FiXU assortment of tooth brushes JOURNAL Curo at Crab Orchard. just received, tube gold at ridiculously ' I I I CHURCH CHATTER. I prisoner JAu.r.ii Stanford, Kv., Aug. 23, 1898 now, too greatest number for a lonp IIox. G. G. Gilijkrt, who was on tfme. Friday's train, said he would carry every county In the district and beat Manager. Skcond band lightning liny press In Davison or any one olso that the repub E. C. Walton, 1Jusini good shape for sale. 11. K. Woarcn Hcans can put up by 1,000 or more. He .t Son. Is In fine spirits and looks liko a win Tin: best is pevor too pood for preMcCor-mac- k nor. A CHlL'lCBX thief named Don scription work. That is the reason we use the best poods only. Penny's Drug Is 111 Jail from the West tend EDMUND ROY, a colored soldlor, who xv ; , - ", uKUUiiu tins " , low prices. Craig Iz Hocker. ! Store. awaiting trial. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP, SlUtt.T. AsilUY M. W'ARRKX return. cd to Chlckamauga Friday night. Mrs. J. D. Swaix, who used to live hero, died at Maysllck, of appondlcltia. Miss Lixda Millkr is visiting her aunt, Mr. II. It. llrlght, nt Mt. Sterling. Col. and Mrs. T. P. Hill wont to Parksvlfle Saturday to visit Mrs. Marshall. C. C. Williams, Esq., unil Dr. J. II. Lawrence, of Mt. Vernon, pont Satr-dahero. MR. JoilX ENULKMAX Is down with fever, which his doctor fears will go into typhoid. Morris Frkij is now miller for Carter .V Straub, Mr. Vlnce Kennudy having resigned. Mrs. MattikIIkxdricks Uup from Louisville on a visit ro Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Brady. Tin: lovely Miss Klllo Burnott, of Winchester. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. John P. Davis. Miss Sfsw Hilton, n Hrodhoad beauty, Is with Misses Mnttio and Mamlu Mattlngly. Miss Maiiul Johnson', who has been with the Mls-e- s Boiuloy, returned to Loxlngton yesterday. Mr. John P. JoNits Is In Cincinnati lajlnglnhls fall stock and Mr. S. II. Shanks Is presiding In bis store. Wi: acknowledge with thanks a high; ly appreciated compliment from Editor James Maret In the Mu crnon Signnl. Miss Mollii: Johnson, who has been visiting her aunts, the MiM?s Straub, returned to Louisville Satury says he Is from Stanford, is telling tho DUCKS. Julius Nogro got the prem- Chicago papers about his part in the ium on his tine Pckin ducks at the battle of Santiago, which makes him a a hero. When he went to Cuba ho says Hrodhoad fair. he weighed 1S3 pounds, now his weight Tin: public school here, with M. O. Is only l.'tO. He hnd the fever. Winfrey principal and MUs Mamte THE republicans of Lincoln county Lynn assistant, will open next Monday, will meet in mass convention at Stan21th. ford on Saturday Aug. 27 for the purTOLL IIousk SOLD. President B. F. pose of selecting delegates to repreGoode, of tliD Turnersvllle, MeKlnncy sent said county in tho district con& ColTey'n Mill pike, sold tho toll vention which meets in Danville on house beyond Mclvlnney to James Aug. .'50 to nominate a candidate for Coffey for $200. Congress. . A Dallas, Texas, paper says that Jerome Rochester, Infant son of Victor and Mrs. Mattlu I'Cearby, died recently. Tho mother was Miss Mattle Rochester, formerly of Stanford. ANOTHER death in the family of Mr. Richard Cooper, of the McKinney section, ctnphuslres that ho and wifo are passing under tho rod of affliction, applied with unusual severity. About a month ago, they burled a daughter of To Farmers. Our elevntor wltha 11, and Saturday they followed to the capacity of 10,000 bushels Is ready for grave another daughter, aged 13. Both wheat, which we will store and Insure had typhoid fever. at 1c a bushel per month. Bring your DEPRECIATION. A lot In Middles crops to U9. Carter & Straub. boro, which the editor of this paper JUIKJK CARSOX mulcted Cornollus and several other Stanford gentlemen Stark 0 and Susie Boll Hansford $5 paid !4,000 In cool cash for, is now yesterday for breaches of the peace. at tho Insignificant sum of ?50. Both were charged with lighting and The city tax on It Is $1.15, however.and thev aro on nnd daughter of Ham. the owners arc rather thankful of the Aug. .11 for depreciation as they would have to sell Bids will bo received till carrying the mall three times a week, out lock, stock and barrel If tho propTuesdays, Thursdays nnd Saturdays, erty woro assessed at the original from Stanford to Lytic. See Post- price. master J. C. Florence for bidder's Serious Charge. Mrs. Rufns Wll-bur- The Kentucky ' W. C. T. U. will j I. meet at Louisville Sept. Tho new Methodist church at Leitch-- . field will be dedicated August 23 by. Bishop U. C. Morrison. Rev. Dr. E. O. Guerrant, of Ver- sallies, gave his annual "Old Folks' " dinner. No guest was prosent under 70 years of age. While one person out of every three In tho United Stntcs is u church member, only ono out of every seven is a We now take up this department of the old stock and offer It nt the same cut member of a Sundny-schooIs price we established in our other departments, and do so for the same reaso- n- to A gift of live cents per member tho constitutional qualification for a church to be represented In the Colored Baptist General Association, which met at Frankfort, August 17. Elder G. A. Kllngman. who has just closed a meeting at Sellersburg, Ind., with OS additions, commenced a meettl Men's Jnger fleeced Vest or Pants, 50c. 90c Boys' Jager fleeced Vest or Pants, ing nt McCorraacks last night. 40c. Falrvlew church, formerly Halls Gap, will bo bo dedicated on the 4th Sunday, Rev. W. B. Crumpton preaching the sermon at 11 A. M. Rev. J. B. Crouch and other divines will take 20c Children's Net Vest 01 Pants, So. 10c Children's Net Vest or Pants, 5c. part. Tho ireneral association of colored Baptists, In session at Frankfort, adopt' ed resolutions favoring the sending of Call and See us. colored missionaries to Cuba. Porto Rico, the Philippines and Hawaii, an' tlclpatlng annexation by this country. Tho trustees of Georgetown College have chosen Rev. James M. Front, of Nashville, Tenn., as presllent of tho college to till the vacancy caused by the resignation of Dr. A. C. Davidson. Mr. Frost Is a native of Scott county and grnduated from the college In UO-O- ct. Glearanee Sale Or It I u 1 WINTER UNDERWEAR. l. Make Room for Clean, Fresh and Complete Fall Stock. r K 40c CuiiflrBii's Net Vest or Pants, lBc .60c Children's Union Suits at 25c. JOHN P. JONES. 1871. bond. day. Mlr.t'os Mrs. G. W. Dblimi and daughter, Annie and Minnie, of LouU-illare visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Florence. Miss Caimtola SLAUOUTKit. a vorv pretty young lady of Crab Orchard, is the guoftof Mr. T. S. Todd. London Kentueklau. Mrs. It. A. Parsons has gone to vMt her eons. L. II. Parsons, of Leb anon Junction, and L. G. Parsons, of Louisville. MltS. ROSALIND Nesmitt, our Mt. Vernon reporter, was on Friday's train returning from h two months' visit to friends In Indiana. Miss Josni'lllNi: RlttD rotnrnad from a delightful trip to Niag-ar- a Falls whore she wont with a party e, yot-terd- has bought tho drug Pettu at Livingston and store will run It with Mr. Pcttus In charge. Mr. Cummins is clerking for Severance & Sons and will continue to do so till January at lenst. J. F. CUMMINS of L. A. . SOLDIHRS. Train Master B. N. Roller, who was on yesterday's No. 23, told us that thre or four regiments McGRAW. One of the bravest men from Chickamauga to Lexington were who ever pulled a bell cord is Capt. to pass via Jellico and Livingston last Beu D. McGraw, of tho Blue Grass night, 12 trains in all SjK'dal, on the Q. it C. Wo taw him ANOTHER hot wave has onveioped us tackle a couple of men the other night, for a week or more. The mercury who under the guise of liquor wore terstays up in tho 00s In tho day, but tho rorising passengers, nnd quieted them nights arc pleasant and give suffering in half a minute, though they tried humanity a chance to rocuporato.Tho their bluff on him at first. Ho did it so Signal Service promises no relief for quiotly and so effectively that everythu hoatod dog days. body marveled. Then he sat by th scnmp nnd saw that they behaved till 1118 Him. A Rev. G. W, Boiling was elected moderator of tho Colored Baptist AssociaWe keep "the bst" line of tion In session at.Frankfort. A report was read showing that tho Negro Baptists In Kentucky own church property of $000,000, besides the who was MUs Alice Dlshon, was to the value Slate University at Louisville, which lodged In jail hero Saturday charged $35,000. In the United with stealing clothes and a wntch from is valued at they number 1.840,0."1S; they op- Alo "the best" Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Lead, Colors nnd Stului. ritESOUIPTIONS caro-ful-ly Mrs. J. F. Hold a m, who was visiting in States schools and comitountfed from "the best" drugs obtainable. Yoiir patronage Is always appreCrab Orchard, to tho value of ?50. She erate 42 denominational ciated and It will be our constant aim to sell "tne best" goods at reasonable prices. colleges, with 20 nespapcrs. was taken thither by Deputy Pearson Millor for examining trial yesterday. LAND AND STOCK, Si The trial resulted in her being held in i200, which she could cot give and For sale, "0 feeding shoats. J. C. was returned to Jail. Hays, Crab Orchard. n, Our Motto: "The Best." Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, I? CRAIG HOCKER. James 'Bradley, n well-know- n Lex- - Ington horseman, Is dead. E. T. Pence bought at Lancaster yesterday 20 calves at SlS.,'0. Matanza won the Grand Union Hotel mmsmmm&m&mwgmgm il Lcbauon man tolls us thatalthough unarmed when John McChord attacked him, Mr. Bonodlct Spalding succeoded of Danville wople. in getting tho best of his antagonist. Mlts. JOHN Rfl'LUY, of Paris, Texas, Ho had him down and had lakon his and Miss Marrs, of Danville, drov up pistol whon friends arrived and parted nd spent the day with Mr. thu beligerontn. Sunday . and Mrs. II. C. Rupley. N'ltW llKARINO Tho court at LonKirtlry, suporinton', MissCaRRIR department of Mu- don grauted James B. Howard a new dent of the tual Life Insurance Co., of New York, trial for murdorlng George W. Baker was hero for several days and did much and ordered him to the Jail at Richmond for safekeeping Ho is tho leader businos. d foud Hay and Kato Walk- of bis side of the Missus ELLA er, of Pcrryvllio, who have beon visit- and was given a life verdict last wcok. ing Missus Cooper and Dollo Feland, MR. I''. ItKID has purchased Mr. went up to Livingston yesterday to Winso Wiseman's residence in Danspend a fow days. ville, opposite tho 1st Presbyterian Eihtok Louis LaNDRAM, wife and church, for 7,500 and will move his of Misses Bessie and Altle Mark-burwife and children to It about tho 1st of were hero Saturday returnLancaster, September. The object Is to educate ing home from several weeks' stay at his children undor their mother's Crab Orchard Springs. Mr. Rold will continue to run M. Melton MKSSltS. J. J. ANP P. his lino farm and stay alternately there LllTS wont to Liberty and brought back and at Danville. Dr. O. II. Mcltoberts, who has boon alllioted with norvous prostration and A vitRY foolish report was the Neplaced him In the Joseph Prleo Innrm- - groes would burn down the town in reary. taliation for tho hanging of George Miss Mattik Paxtox i back from Stephenson and a police force of seven a vory Instructive nnd pleasant visit to men wore kopton duty for three nightf, Lake Chautauqua, N. Y. ."Vhllo there but of course there was nothing in It. she heard the governor general of Can- The colored people have sense enough ada deliver an address and attended his to know that Stnnford Is no more reception. for the 'lumping than any Ituv. It. It. NOKl. went to Lexington other part of the county. Pfiilnv and decided not to let his FOOLED Him. A lot of boys, headed daughters, Misses Mary nnd Maggie, asylum positions offered by John Nevlus, gavo County Clork G. a;copt the fool anJ a scare Sunday. them. This will bo good news to the B. Cooper a They dressed up a dummy and put it in many friends of tho lovely young ladles. the woods half a mllo back of Mr. Cooper's house and then went with eyes HAPPENINGS. LOCAL stretched wide to toll him of It. Ho SPECTACLES at Craig & Hooker's. went at onco to tho scene and was uncovering the head with great solemnity Fine pickling vinegar at Warren tc when tho laughter of tho boys gavo Shanks. him tho cue thnt he was the victim of a at onco, 100.000 dozen eggs practical Joke. Ho took it good nntur-edl- y Wanted as he always does everything nnd at Sic. Hiram Powell, Gilberts Creek, enjoyed tho Joko with them even at his Ky 11- own expense. supplies, Including a largo SCHOOL Few of our people know what a lino of beautiful tablets at W. B. nourishing and useful institution tho wo-nan'- Took Pistol From they pot off the train. s Baker-Howar- y, or olso you will have to pay for them. J. II. Baughman & Co. I am now receiving a handsome fall and winter lino of goods for suits and pants. Call and sec. H. C. Rupley. Mart Smith was acquitted of carry-it ing concealed weapons at Somerset, being proven that ho was nettng deputy constable at the time. DON'T fall to attend tho supper at Friday night. Brlght's school-housgot a good ono and at tho You will same timo help a good causo. o Farmers. Return our sacks at onco record at Joliet, 111., Saturday, but 2:0;J was the best he could do. Keller. Tho Infant son of Mr. and Sale-- , of 800 stock ewes at $3.50 to 4 Mrs. G. C. Keller, Jr., died at midand two Polled bull calves at $50 are night Sunday of Inflammation of the reported In tho Harrodsburg Democrat. bowels, aged eight months. He was Peaches are so plentiful In Georgia named for his uncle, Henry Davis Kelhogs. The choicest ler, Jr., and was a beautiful and bright that they are fed to Iron Fence. fruit can bo bought there for 20 cents little fellow, idolized by his parents Cypress Shingles. A-3 per bushel. and grand parents, who aro greatly There was a half dozen or more mule grieved to give him up. Tho burial cemetery yester- buyers at tho Brodhead fair, but ownoccurred at Buffalo so high very few sales day afternoon, after short service at ers held them woro made. the grave by Rev. J. B. Crouch, and g At Joliet, 111.. Star Pointer paced a Metal Hoofing. g-then the stricken parents wont home Mill Work. mile in 1:59 lowering tho Ingnlls track to recall the many attractive ways of 2:021, mado two years ago by tli eir darling and weep because he Is record of Joe Patchen. gouo from them forever. Tho Ellzabethtown News reports sales of 1,000 feeding cattle for October MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. delivery at 4c. First National Bank There aro not many girls like Cora stock sold at $125. Hnvens. of Columbia. Mo. She was - Tho balance of tho old Lelter wheat, aullcted with extreme basbfulncss and amounting to about 220,000 bushels In killed herself on her wedding day in store nt the head of the lakes elevators preference to standing up before a was sold at 80 to 00c. We will store wheat at a less price than you can store crowd and being married. J. C. Hays bought somo cattle and Miss Amanda P. Austin, of Sacra- 2" hogs in Freedom neighborhood, payit yourself. All who stored last year made money. Also mento, Cal., has sued the estate of ing 3.10 for cattle and 3 to 3ic for hogs. millionaire Wllcoxson for $150,000. Mt. Vernon Signal. will either buy, store or sell you sacksto store. Call and induced her to come She claims that ho Jake Robinson, of Garrard, sold to from Missouri and care for him, which S. T. Harbism, of Lexington, his fine see ns. sho did for 17 years, and that she re- saddle mare by Kentucky Squirrel, out mained single at his request and is of a Denmark maro for $400. now too old to ranrry. The pink eyo is epidemic among By some means Lucile Johnson pro- horses In Madison county and during cured the marrlago license of Downing tho past two weeks a scoro of valuable nnnknor and Fannie Reed at Colum animals have died of tho disease. 2 bia, Mo., and at the time set for the Bourbon News has reports of The wedding refused to give it up until 31; 40 fat Is. Buckner promised to marry her in sale) of 70 export cattle at of Friendship United Brothers cattle at 4. SO with $5 premium; a lot of There are 05 members in Stanford and caso his wife should die or bo divorced. 4 and 44 fall feeders at 4.30. none but those who stand well in every Then the wedding went on. Buckner feeders at Tho greatest corn crop in the history way arc admitted. Tho lodgo hero had previously been ougaged to Miss B S. ( of Madison county will bo raised this owns Its own hall, has $1,000 In the J ob n son. prominent farmer claims that year. A treasury, pays sick boneflts of $2.50 a barrels to tho acre. It was thought to bo worth tho ho will make 10barrel is being offered and contributes $40 to tho funeral week 1'M.lLKtfBMrilfirtiyjilr ,vMBv , primaries in Only CO cents a ri m expenses of a brother. Tho dues aro trouble to hold democratic of Tennessee. James now for tho new corn. but 50 cents a month, which tho num- tho Fifth district 1. & G. S. Shelby sold to Silas Sharp voto and bers pay in without feollng it and D. Richardson received every cat-tl- o Tennessee, 195 thereby lay up something for a rainy has boon declared for tho eighth tlrno & Son,4.10, and bought from the samo enat This day. There has been but ono death In tho nomlneo for congress. 200 calves and heifers and; 900 In tho Stanford Lodgo and as dorsement may not bo wholly without parties 10 years connection with tho sheep. D. N. Prewitt bought of J. J. thoro is a strict physical examination significance In - Thompson, of Pulaski, 150 sheep at required for initiation there aro but speakership of tho House of Represon$3.12. Advocate. tatlve9. fow sick benefits necessary. Mr. and Mr?. B. IC. Wearon were at Church Sunday some ono entered the house, which was left unlock ed, and stole some shirts, collars, cuffs and perhaps other things. Suspicion was directed to a negro boy who had been In their employ and Marshal Nuwland soon arrested John Henry Welch. Ho was lodged In jail and his Mr. Woarcn thinks trial set for but has no proof, that the negro stole Miss Hettie Wcaren'a pockot-boo-k amounting to several dollars and also 85 cents from tho cook, nnd discharged him some time ago. While stakes at Saratoga Saturday. J. M. Roberts sold in Garrard 'M calves and yearlings at 80 to $2.". Free Silver Johnson bought In Jackson county 33 yearling steers at $22. Powell & Harper bought In Rockcastle four cotton mules at ?0 to Sflw. White Fultz seed wheat, clear of smut, for sale. J. L. Beck, McKin- Read This. - to-da- y. ney. Maj. John D. Harris, of Madison, sold to Texas parties f4 Jacks and jennets. W. W. Hays bought at Lancaster maro mbles yesterday a pair of forS22d." W. W. Hays sold to Dr. J. B. Owsd ley n pair of 1"J hands mules for $2:10. marc The tobacco crop of Woodford has been considerably damaged by rust a result of wet weather Joe Prather attempted to lower his lG-ha- nd i three-year-ol- We will put on sale 1 Saturday Lot Oxfords m 1 that sold from $1 to i $2.50 for 75c. n SEVERANCE & ... SONS. inllu-enc- e. 1 A.C.S1HEJ STANFORD, Ky. m J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. 2 1,000-poun- d -- i - - &z-- - t LIBERTY. ML VERNON, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL asi.5.S"xi3.a-- .Mason Hotel Iancaster, first-clas- s. blers. M'bllolid.T'u.oin.3ra We learn that the fair nt Brodhead at wits nil ttint could bo desired by the They save a daughter from blindness. SS PER YKAU IK ADVAXCE excellent president, Mr. E. E. Proth-croaud his assistants. Wh.n not sor.ald332.EO will be charged, Services at the Christian church When a father writes that yours " Is the n common experience to have Dr. Ayer' wore conducted by Bro. Elliott, who is best medicine in the worM j on cau Sarsaparllla prescribed by a physician. allow something for secniiug cvtravn It In a common experience to see n " com. greatly Interested in home missions. ranee In trie stutcment tl you k uow Hint plctc cure " follow the use of n few bottle the medicine so tirnlscd. cured n locil of this great blood purifying medicine. appropriate sermon Sunday After an daughter of disease aud restored to her Ilccniic, it is n specific for all form of blood disease. If a disease has It origin morning he took up a good collection the eyesight nearly lost. The best medin bad or Impure blood, Dr. Ayer' icine iu the world Tor you is the medicine from this liberal hearted congregation. ers. acting directly on the blood, that cures you. There can't be anything Its impurities nnd giving to It better. No medicine cau do more thpn KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. The Hustonville & G. R. V. Tele Bro. I. M. Boswell Is conducting a procure. That Is why lohrt rt. floode. of vitalising euergj , will promptly eradicate Orrlck, Mo., write iu these strong terms; the disease. phone Co. will soon extend their line tracted meeting at Munfordville, M. 1:03 The great feature of Dr. Ayer' Sarsapa. No. 5 ArrrlvcsL....f...l fit nt "'111 a M. " Dr. Ayer'a Snrsnparllla is the best med. Dr. Wm. Shelton, of Stanford, was ... at Stanford a a. to Columbia and long distance 'phones rilla is the radical cures that result from Ko. I leaves cu Rowland at 12.00 PAY. icine Iu the world. Jlv daughter had a Its use. Many medicine only suppress of the 21 Arrives at will be put in every ofllce on the line, In town Friday in the interest - 3.40 V. M. relapse after the measles, due to taking disease they push the pimples down No. 2 Leases Stanford at Libercold. She was nearly blind. aud was obliged College. He met a skin, they paint the complexion under the with probably a switch board at Stanford Female to remain iu a dark; loom nil the time. with subtle nrscnlca f compounds, but the ty. "The doctor could give her no relief; one number of parents who contemplate disease rages in the veins like n pent-uTire, and some dav breaks out In a of. of them directed me to give her Ayer' DIVISION. KNOXVILLE If there arc anything in indications sending their daughters away to school. S.irsaparilla. Two bottle cured her comcanic eruption that cats up the body, pletely." Ayer's Sarsaparllla goes to the root. It there will be but few people left in Mr. James Adams and daughter, Miss 12 37 p m makes the fountain clean and the waters No. 24 Train going North 2 41 a in Casey county this week on account of Vlnnle, of Garrard, and Mr. and Mrs. The thousands of testimonials to the are clean. It makes the root good and No. 26 " value of Dr. Ayer'a ftarsaparilla repeat the fruit is good. It gives Nature the " ' prom- Fred Yeager have been visiting the No. 25 the Russell Springs Fair, which over aud over again, in one lorm or another elements she needs to build up the broken No.M " the expression: "The doctor pave her down constitution not to brace It up with ises to lead anything in the way of family of Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Miller, Sr. For allU'olnts. no relief; one of them directed me to stimulants or patch It up on the surface. crowds this side of Lexington for many We regret to note the failing health of give her Dr. Ayer'a Snrsaparllln. Two Send for Dr. Ayer'a Curcbook, nnd learn BO'iail TICKETS SOLD. bottles completely cured her " more about the cures effected by this Mrs. Yeager, who has many friends in JIAGGAGE CHECKED TI1UOUGU. days. It is a common experience to try Dr. remedy H' sent Iree. on request, by tht enquire ot Ayer'a Sarsaparllla at a last resort. It is J. C Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. For any Information The Casey County Teachers' Insti- this vicinity JOE S. RICE, Agent, tute wa9 In session at Liberty last The friends of the L. & N. will be Stanford, Kjr. week. Prof. Ramey, of Carlisle, con- pleased to know that all of those Inducted and Supt. J. C. Lay was chair- jured In tho wreck at Pennington Gap, FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. man. Something over 100 teachers Vn., are rapidly recovering. An amusV m BBsTli 1 'rSSBBBBBBsTl A great many of ing Incident connected with tho wreck Ssflv iV fl7 JsW XBBT tm flT W JIB? 3 P. M., were in attendance. leave Frankfort at 6:30 a. M. and oonSi" ng OwrB.ton with a A C. and reach. them were from adjoining counties and is related of a baby which became Jeave ian A. t. and 5:10 P. M. itt-- i.riitR'40 5:30 p. M.. connecting, at as a whole were as Intelligent looking separated from its mother's arms as a. and 11:55 Q A C. and reaching Frauklort at assemblage in the capacity' of an insti- the car turned over and over. Search A. . n. NEWTON. A. G. V. A. tute as we ever looked upon; while the being made for it the little ono was k of the car with ladies were among those who help found in the QUEEN & CRESCENT. make Kentucky famous for her pretty the bell rope wrapped twice about Its women. Supt. Lay received many com- tiny form, whollv uninjured. Train pass Junction City as follows: nt Mr. and Mrs. Charles Splllman nnd p ... pliments by the teachers for his 12 02 p m No. 2 ivortn w i sm.ih " " J1 " 1149 am reign and kindness shown them, R. L. Joplln are the guests of Mr. and No. 8 " 34 p tn " ......1 No. 5 i 6 00am and If the latter part of his term is Mrs. J. L. Joplln. Mr. L. W. liethur 8 0.Mm "10 n q stops only for pen liked as well as now, the man who leads um and wife have taken rooms at the - No of Lmerjet. 9 and 10 ge him in the race for the next term will Miller Houso since the fire. Mrs. Jack 5 and 6 only to Som ther than Junction City crset. be a hummer. Nightly entertainments Adams is oulte 111. Mrs. Jas. Landram. were on the program and the teachers wife of the excellent agent of the L. fc made it a pleasant gathering as well as N is visiting friends nt Pittsburg. We are out th's year with scmo new improvements. Some manufacturer J imilnte V. R. C. a profitable one. Miss Rosa Gentry took the premium lady horseback rider at the We don't; we originate. Perfect in hnlai cis, light draft, force feed, Ac. for the best COL.ZEIGLER. fair. Dr. Chllders, of Orlando, was in PROH1I1ITIONISTS NOMINATE HIM FOR town Sunday. J. J. Williams and famCONGRESS IN THIS DISTRICT. AIIEily occupy the former home of W. J. When you are ofiercd a dice d'ill, O hcia are Imitation', We w re unable to fil The following was banded us by Mr. Sparks. T. J. Cress and wife are out our orders la.t year, and kindly ask you to p'nee your order with us ear y for the best Adam V. Carpenter, who with his of town teachlug their respective on earth. son, George L. Carpenter, represented schools. Our thanks are due Editor HIGG-IN- S Lincoln county, for publication in our James Maret for tho excellent news Restful. Music, Amuse- last issue, but was unintentionally left letters sent from Mt. Vernon during Cool, Exhilarating, ments and Good Living. our absence. J. W. Nesbltt Is In from out: About 50 of the faithful put in an Virginia. nddess. For Term9 Having just returned from a two appearance at the Prohibition convenGUS HOFMANN, Prop. tion at Nicholasvllle last Monday. The months' visit to Missouri, we feel like convention was called by Chairman writing volumes upon tho beauties of Win. Lowen to nominate a candidate that fertile and level country, which Headquarters for for Congress for the Sth district. Mr. bids fair to eclipse the blue grass reO. T. Wallace, of Garrard, was made gion of our own State at no distant TANNES BBOS., MeKISSET. temporary chairman and O. H. Soper, day. The cottages of the early settlers secretary. Col. W. H. Zeiglcr, of are being replaced by stately mansions, 4 and 5c Checked Jessamine, was nominated and the fol- machinerv does the work of many men We have the best Cotton you ever bought for that money. and the people are growing rich. Great lowing resolutions were adopted: of the Sth dis- attention is paid to education.churches We, prohibitionists trict of the State of Kentucky in dis- of the various denominations are attrict convention assembled, do hereby tended as well, if not better, than in declare and reaffirm our principles. tho East, while culture and refinement Believing the liquor traffic to be the are found everywhere. In the home Jeans, 10c and up. A Fine Line of Dr. J. T. Flanamost gigantic evil of the age, prostitu of our brother-in-lating politics and our free Institutions gan, the Interior Journal is u most FARM WANTED. DR. R. to its base ends: laying waste our fertile welcome visitor as It Is In many other lands and destroying our homes, the homes of the West. I want to renin farm of 100 acres itwir See our 3oc and 49c White Shirts. u It. viuif prat- Staiiford. with fair bulwarks of the nation; corrupting the Near Amerlcus, Ga., Mrs. James lii laud. 33 or l'i acres ot corn laud, ami HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & morals, destroying the health and forBoone, were some wheat land Prefer to pay rent on SURGEON, ever damning tho very best and bright- McGarray and son, James an ax while shares. murdered by a Negro with JOHNO RIDDLE. Walnut drove. K'v. est of our nation's sous and daughters; St mi ford, - - Kentucky. After the .MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. wasting our resources and destroying they were In their beds. caught a A: Kentucky. the prosperity of legitimate produc- double murder the fiend EXECUTORS' SALE ! OMccorer lllpplns MrKluney'it Store. Negro woman, tied her to a tree, and tion and trade, therefore be it shocking manner. As Newly furnished; clean beds; Bplendsd Resolved 1. That we are in favor, of mutilated her In a until she told tho deieal, mors of the Utt will of Wyalt llughos, Porters Evervthinc inTile. we will, ou She died, but not sn the absolute prohibition of all intoxmeet all trains. caught Wednesday, Aug. 31, TIt Hundred Seed 1898. l.uiilrr)'. It Hii.liels Superior I'irst, Wheat icating liquors as a beverasre; prohibi- murderer's name. A crowd advantages are It will and im- the fiend and promptly lynched him. ting their manufacture, sale Sell to the hi;ht--t bidder the farm, about two mlM taii'l a wwk alter It welkin A. S. PRICE, Phoebus, Va., from tUurille, ou the I1rajnt Hill turuplle, euu- - more r tniihel thannnliu SroiHl, Third, it any other tarlrt) A saloon keeper at portation except 'or medical and me command, a higher prke for tiilllln.' in.f troops taiaitiif ainu 1) II i'iii.u Surgeon chanical purposes, and this only under shot a sailor and the regular Land. llox '., helby City, Ky. 2io Acres of J. C (ridwell W, T. Dentist, had to be called out to quiet the riot strict survoilance of the government This place adjoins the farms deKolitnooti, aud others The lair ruiilalns a of it raised. The saloon was entirely and earnestly ask the Stanford, Ky. dwelling, twtiliaiiis and netesory outltiiiMinjs Lincoln County National 3ink. molished. all, both mule and female, who love The Hil li feitlle,iu a li state ut tultlratiuu.and splendidly watered. Alo, it the same tint. and Office oror McRoberts' Drug Store in theKOwaley home and native land, in the overthrow IluUdlog. place, luewiiuwiii,; iwrsunany i iihaxi mam aou O'TSOC c mule colts, 6 head ot fine work mules, I milk town! TREAsTRV DEPARTMENT, of this evil by their votes and orncr or tup headol flue hos, w utisul ((n In and alU'1. or TiiKcriiiir.MV. t lie held, i at res hi hay iu tlie itutic, a lot orrariu btipi.'j', household audi l Wnthlugtou. D. C , 2. That wo are opposed to monopolies JC-JtfcCLAgo lh,; wtvnslKwill riHkawa,onI the preiuls. and will Whereas, by MtNfiti't.iry August utb. 1M). kitchen furultuie. Y ovldeiice preheld The sale H and trusts, which we believe oppress ?? sented to the undersigned. 'it has Ix'tn nmde M . sharp. - rt fvuiiiience at y'rlocfc, " m r. l Hie UuJ wIHIkjmjIiI the greater portion of out citizens and rcKM ratli, to apiiear that The Lincoln Count v NaS 2.r-35 halanre In twoeiiiialpayiiieutsof oueand twoe.irs, tional Hank of Stuuford," In the cltv of CD deprive them of that freedom and en"T S'-3 irlih n iwrcrnt. lutcret oil deferrttl iMTliletlts . fruui Guilford, In the couutv of Lincoln and . . .. . .. """"..- lie personal proju'riy win w oia on ilnr i.f an. i...,..;.. joyment of liberty, to which under the UQ 2 tr g w t ii.to of IHJIIIUlKli liai. compiled with nil II. .1. . C.......I .'.III .,..) i.n.lr m. I... w.. ....v., HIV .tfinn. I1J4 irnur the provisions of the statutes of the United constitution they are entitled. in hand, ovcrfclO, three months timenlilmut interStates, required to lie rumpled with before rt. e, Sara-aparila, We are informed that W. D. Stage, now manager of tho Napier House, will soon take charge of the Exchange Hotel. The present season on the farmer? in this section is tho best in many years, us the corn and grain crops have produced at a wonderful ratio. A la'rgc tiling establishment will soon be built near Liberty nnd turnout the stuff in large quantities. Marlon and Casey county men will be the own No drouth this year, but too much rain is complained of by the grum- A DOCTOR'S DIRECTIONS. cros, well waternl and line state olruttlT, Two dwelling houses, concl iMrns. orrlirtil. (otu and hay ir"psan I Imuglit. I'omIiii ulren to suit imri iiaer Call on or nddrvss, J o, IV) FARM FOR SALE, In oanlrili Ky. i:.SY IRRMS AT oxci; ON lion. Ae. MtlLARV, i J. T. Oustonvillo, BXJTTOISS:, Unriortalcer, - Kentucky Oiler his service to the people ofWeit Uticolti and Casey counties. Full slock oi oltltisaiid Cask etsalwarsou hand 83 I. 6. Careuter. Manajcr. LOUISVILLE HOTEL Louisville. Ky., AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN Tlie Lndics Iteatnurnnt Is tlic fluent !u the city. Every convenience for ladlea spending tlio day in the city. Gentleiun's Cafu on ollicc tloor. . --- p THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, Mnnnger. Music - Tnoad.iv, Thursday and Sunday livening. Odd Fellows, a. o Sovcrcljj; ABBBBBBSW iASSSSSSSJS BBX f Grand Lodge. o. Unw-townvlt- h w"-gsJpI- Boston, Mass., Sept. 19 to 24, 1898. One Fare for Round Trip hat-rac- etli-cie- O Hm "Big Four Route," Tickets will be on ule Sent. 10, 17 and IS, returning good leaving Boston not laFor tickets and ter than Sept 30, full information call on Ticket Agcnln fK?h Is'. "Hig Four Koute," or addrcw, K. O. CRAB ORCHARD SF?A7GS -- Pass. Trartic Mur McCOItMK K lISUNNAll.O Ast. I.eo l"av WAlll'.IUN A J LYSt II, Tkt At Always Ask For The "Superior," & McKINNEY. FIRE INSURANCE NOW OPEN. Insuranoe Caledonian PHBNIX Company OP BROOKLYN. : W. W. WITHERS, Frames. ' : Insurance THE CYCLONE. Co., oi Scotland. KOUND1CD IHOC. Fine Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, Picture Smyrna and Moquette Rugs. hou-eo- R.B.MAHONY.Agt, C STANFOl'.n. KY Good Bleach Cotton 4 and 5c. COLLEGE MONDAY, : HOME. 5th, '98. with greatly increased facilities. Willcuti'r upon its fourth Tears' work, Calicoes At 4c. M. PHGLPS, SEPT. Instruction thorough, no whitewashing. Select, private, number limited; no idlern n anted. For terms and conditions of applv to DK.J.S.STAIM, I'rin. 45-7- t Crab Orchartl, Ky ! - Seed Wheat for Sale FARM FOR SALE Farm of 87 -2 If not sold privately Iteforo. wo will sell at auction on SATURDAY. OCT. 1. ltfs. a Acres. mm of lS-- -- lil-'- J-- i undersigned for further pHrtlculurs or call on ornddres J W Dnc at Hustonville, Kv. J. W Drye. Mrs. J P. Fiddler. Mrs. Kato to II. Torhune and Mrs U C Hradlev. On Hanging Fork ono mile from Huston-vlll- e ojl the Stanford pike. It Is well Improved, with liou-- - cf eight rooms, all tho nttceHrv outboiies. well untored and tin. der good fence. Snle Is fur the purpose of Write to any of the k satisfactory division I ? furone-tlilri- H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., WW S? S i ' -- ,7-- t. . - a. That we heartily endorse and 5 c 2 o w - 5 c if s f. h' m h-f- e Craddock thus describes the worst 8 r. & p S 7 5 a HARNESS, SADDLERY, &C. turnout ut the Paris street fair: "The -c" i, . s o n kss vehicle had reaper wheels on the hind c; STANFORD, KY. s r? c m G CD axle and buggy wheels on the front, 9 CA ail covered with rubber hose repre- h O senting a rubber tired vehicle. It a SB.Z was drawn by a painted mule 20 years o e . H.S "'2. old, and occupied by Forsyth and Fry, s 3 f - : ST S who carried a rag baby, impersonating o 5e 3 c "Susie, Cecil and the baby." Nothing -2 "S ? " U ?2 M during the' fair attracted more attenn S. n - s.5 JLo ft tion. m 1 r. ' The Hobson fad has gone about far 3 2- i- - 5 5 7' ? enough. Girls who are bent on kissing heroes should remember that a 1898. really Season editor to country' them all.Is None ofthe greatest them ever hero of suuk a collier perhaps, but there are GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS hundreds who could give Hobson cards and spades and beat him out of sinkI wish to announce that this popular suming "schooners." Cynthlana Demo- mer resort will bo open for the accommoda- UNDERTAKER! And Dealer in pledge our earnest support to Col. W. H. Zeigler, of Jessamine county, our candidate for Congress. 4. That these resolutions be published in at least one county paper in each county of the district. W. H. Zelgler, L. L. Kyle and J. T. West, committee. 2 w s it - s lz u rz . ls s? v n -- ' re v O ? -- - 2. 2. s V3 . iX shall 1m authorized to commence the business of Hanking. T. D. Kullsh, Now, therefore, George M. Collin, Deputy nnd Acting Comptroller of the Currency, do nereov citiih that "The Lincoln Couutv $10,000 Sale of Imcoln County Sehn SayJS.'B." kof Stanford" In the Cltv of the Couutv of Lincoln and . ,, State of Keni tuckv, Is authorized to com mence the business of H.tnMng as provided amg onas. In section fifty ouu hundred and sixty nine of the RevNed Stututusof the United States. In testimony whereof witness nn baud We the undersigned Committee appointed at a special Term of the l'Ncal Court of nnd seal of office this ninth day of August, Lincoln County, held Au. 10. IMS win, IVJs, GEO. M. COFFIN. pursuant to an order of sulci court, on Deputy and Acting Comptroller of tho Currency . t.KOIU.i: lU'UHKs, J II. KUilll.S, Viiitlontr l.eculori. est, KIMIUAIM HI'.lir.S, nil association Is Receiving liiH Fall Aud Winter Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed, Give Him a Call. Saturday, Sept. 24, 1898, 2 Court-Uo- ue No. 3UI3. IT. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. 1 TAKE THE r ri c MONON,' a for sale publicly Iu front of door In Stanford, Ky,, 10 Lincoln County Honds of tliu deuomlnatlou of $230 each, said bond-- , to run 13 year-- , with the privilege of redeeming wime after live years, bearing live per cent, iiiteieat per annum, pujulilo annually. Uoiidi to bear luteteit from Sept. '.'I, ls'.is. JAS. I'. M.MI.EV. i GEO. II. CUOI'KR, ) IS-- td II. HRUI, At the i. M.. oiTer Soutnern Railway in i s Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, $15,750 mm una i THE in l'li PENETRATE? -- I r r- THE THIRD SESSION OI' EIGHT GREAT STATES The Popular Route of Ky. Wesleyan Academy At Bunisldc, Ky,, Begins Thursday, Sopt. 8. Through Sleeping Cars The Academj' for coming ,esIon lm Ful Faculty of rivo Experienced Teacher-- all college graduate'?. Lurollmeut liiit year 103. Excellent courses offered In Latin, Greek. j Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia North nnd South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi. CHICAGO. Between Louisville anr the South. crat. Queen & tion of guests. j-unsriE Crescent low rates to Cincinnati, Sept. 3d to 9th. Low rates Cincinnati, Queen & Crescent during G. A. R. Encampment, Vtnt J. Rood, O. P. A., Cbioftgo. E. II. Bacon, V. P. A., Louisville, Ky Cincinnati. German, Trench. English. Mathematics, Sciences, History, Mutle, Oratorv nnd Physical Each way between LouUvllloand Lexington Culture. Terms modernte. Hoarding deReUuued rate during tho first month. partment N ull that could be wished lit way A.. Tor Information in regard to rate, etc., of comfort and convenience. For particulars W. A. TURK, G. P. D. O. Washington. orrtciis. ndtlrCS3 and Catalogue, address the 1'rlucliinl W. H. TAVLOE. A. G. P. A. J 'S. Hocker, Fresldent: J. J, McRoberts Catalt T. II. WRIGHT. JAMES O. DOLLEY, M A. 31 Louisville, Ky A. A, McKinney,AfslstautCasbIer. Crab Orchard, Ky. j , 333- - THREE DAILY TRAINS Attention of thepubllu is railed to the f.tct that thUts the only Natloual Hauk iu Stauford. Under the pmusioiis ot the National Hauk Act depo'ltois areseuired not only hy the capital atock. but by the stockholders' llahility tor au amount eqtialtu thostock so that depositors of this lustltu. t lun are secured hy a fund ol iX0,vn). lire sworn itatemenlsof the condition ol the Hank are made year to tho United States Oorcruuiciit and It each assets are examined at stated timet by government agents, thus securloK additional and Hrlect aalet. to depositors. This Institution originally established as the posit Hank of Stanford In 1KJS, then reorgauized a the National Hauk ofbUutuid in 1S03 and again reorganized as the First National Hank of Stanford In 13.1'--', has had practically an uninterrupted existence for S3 year. It Is better supplied nor wit', lucllltles for transacting business promptly and liberally than ever befoieiu Its long aud honorable career. Accounts of iiidlrlduals, fiduciaries, Urma and Individuals solicited, UIKICTOa. J, W. Hayden, Stanford F, Held, Lincoln Co.; S. II. Itaughman, " S.T. Harris, " T. P. Hill, Hocker, " J S. " W. A. Trlbble. W. I'. Walton " J. 11 Collier.Crah Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt.Vernon. Cstauford. M, D.Eluiote, 1. t- - :',rt-i- . ..j, .. . ,t .ti,Jtx. t jj ' i.ji. ' - bi!iAr -