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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898082601 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. l SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVII. DANVILLE, Y M1DDLEBURG. POLITICAL INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 20. 1898. POINTS. MATRIMONIAL NO. 50 S MATTERS. An Infant son of Mr. awl Mrs. J. W. Joh Howdlu, aged 10, and Miss Dora Only one republican selected by the Tho colored fair Is In progren and Ih McWhorter, Jr . died on tho 1Mb. Sprowle, 1 1, were married iu Roone largely attended. Stato election commission on tho coun- Itov. Edgar Foglo will preach at the ty boards declined to serve, and ho in oounty Tuesday. The Danville base bull teamdufeatcd Because the FALL SEASON U coining. We have tho Finest Line of Jhn Howard, of New Albany, Ind., Perry vlllo hero Tuesday by a score of Haptlst church Sunday at 11 o'clock. tho same breath asked the commission broke the record by marrying hia Hnttorles (Jrlnstend and Mlu- - Rev. Mlddloton. of Ploarant Point, not to aecopt his resignation. will begin a protracted meeting at Speaking of the annexation question, eventn wile. lie is . years old inl: Parks and Casey. o Grovo on tho 1st Sunday in September. Charles W. Jelf, local editor of the MIsh Martha Dattorton, tho Mark Hanua, president do facto, said: Messrs. W. IJ. Hill, J. C. Coulter, "Tho Philippines is a problem wo can Nlcholasvllle Democrat, and Miss Julia of Mr. George Batter-ton- , daughter will be married In October to Dr. Me. C. Wheat, DaVo Allen and not solve In a hurry. We must retain Carter were married at Lexington, It will pay you to Fee these lines. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Remember that McConnuek and their better a coaling station there, but I do not Wednesday. C. L. 13ull, of Hartford City. Ind. They halves arc at Ilusscll Sprlngsattendlng think it likely we shall want more than G. S. Leepcr, a widower of 15 and will go to Europe and after thoir return ! the fair. Miss Nettle Coulter accom- Manila and Its harbor." Mrs. Virginia Thomas, tho same age, will rosldo In Now York City. prcsldont of Cen- panied thorn. 1S08, were mairied by Judge J. P. Bailey at Dr. W. C. Roberts, Linn Goooh for Congress In Suits Cleaned and Pressed. e Wo have heretofore entertained a Win, Goobel for governor in lsllO, Win, the Wednesday. tre College, will arrive In Danville next The wife of J. C. Dixon, a brotherweek. He Is now preaching In Orange, most favorable opinion of our old Icnnlngs Bryan for prosldunt in 1000, Joe Blackburn for senator in 1001, free in - law of Gov. Brown, has been sued Now Jersey. Under his management friend. G. S. MoKlnnnv. and tho college ha flattering prospects for ed a few days since to .see him in com- silver for the people always, and than, fo1' divorce by his wife at Henderson, DANVILLE, KY. No. 136. pany with J. II. McWhorter. Mr. Mo nnd not till then, will these United t"c grounds of cruelty and inhuman a good year. Prof. J. Mo. Gordon, of Cambridge, lt lnncy should be moro careful In the States be the abiding place of Gen- treatment and asks for $100 a month Iuih been selected as professor of selection of associates when ho comes eral Prosperity. Covington Common- alimony. The engagement of the Princess down here, otherwise his friends will wealth. Physics and Chemistry In Centre Kaiulani, former heiress to the Hadraw the line, though tho deportment Ik John B. Thompson's scheme to Ho l a graduate of Princeton 01111 waiian kingdom, and Capt. Putnam and comes highly recommended, hav- of Mr. McWhorter is somewhat Im- reduce tho manufacture of whisky, Is Bradlee Strong, only son of ing held last year the position of assist proved slnco he moved to this county. consummated, It will throw 2o or .'JO Ho lived for a number of years In a storekeepers aud gangers out iu the 7th Strong, of New York, is annouueed. ant professor at Harvard. ' The Captain is the youngest aide on Mr. Kcene Ryan, a student of Dan- obscure portion of Lincoln county, district ulone. The general quiet pretho stun" of Gen. Mcrrltt and Is now ville Theological Seminary last year, Where tho writer and other good mis vailing in the whisky business has alsionary Haptlst used to contribute of ready laid on" 10 revenue men there. at Manila. enlisted as telegrapher at Camp Thorn Will Johnston, who disappeared as, but was taken sick and has gotten their means to send tho gospol to him. Collector Roberts is preparing a furth- from Sedalla, Mo., last June, on the Aftor an illness of nenrlv six weeks er list to lay otT. He was his discharge on that account. day set for his wedding with Miss Tho practical abandonment of the delicate but n tine student nt college of Bright' disease, James M. Durham Sadie Hinkle, died at Rocky Ford, will some day make an excellent passed peacefully away at 5 o'clock Third, Congressman Rhea's district, and 14 years. DeMouday morning, aged and the Eighth, where it is conceded Col., of typhoid fever. He suddenly Out of suits that cost from f 10 to $12. Call at once and get first choice ns these minister. Goods will not last long at the price. Hospital ceased was born and raised in Taylor Gilbert, democrat, will succeed Con- made up I1I3 mind that he was not able Dr. Spurgcon Check, of tho was In town county, but moved to this place eight gressman Davison, is understood to to support a wife, and ran away. corps at Camp Thomas, Marlel of Crab Orchard, Ky. Wednesday. Miss Mary Bruce, of years agoiwhoro he has since lived. Ho mean that the republicans have decid- Madison, Handy, a young farmerOldeloped with Miss Sydney Stanford, Is visiting Miss Katlo Leo was a good citizen and a line business ed to put their main eiTorts in the ham, the pretty daughter of Charles Yeager. Miss Nettle Wray, of Sinn-for- mau, having by his honest and upright Fifth, Ninth and Tenth, represented Oldham, a prosperous farmer of the Is the guest of Miss Hassle Rich- dealings built up a most prolltnble by Evans, Pugh and Fitzpatrlck resame locality. The marriage did not He was spectively. Owensboro Messenger. ards. Dr. A. B. Nelson and wife are mercantile business here. A ATT C 1 HT 1 HTT Mr. Watlerson is O. K. He says: please the bride's father, who went :: attending tho convention of National K)stmaster here during Cleveland's last after her with a buggy whip on her reI Boston. administration and was so obliging that "1 am an expansionist ol the deepest Association of Scientists at turn, and compelled her to return to 58 : Miss nnda Hardin, of Bowling Green, even his political enemies regretted it dye. I believe we should not only the parental Right now a word about our Fall and Winter Shoes. Little Early but shelter. The young groom Mary Wood. Miss Mary when his term expired. A good man have Porto Rico, but that we should is visiting Miss we arc eager to call your attention to these goods. In the first place laid his plans and stole his bride back Hays Letcher entertained at a water- Is gono nnd the community as well as keep every Island in the Philippines. on we have taken unusual care in selecting the 3tock and aro pleased to the next night, and now has her melon party Saturday afternoon from 4 his most excellent family will mUs In short, I believe that wherever the secured safely against his know that we will be able to fatber- irate tofl. About 10 wore present. Mrs. him. He loaves besides a wife .Your btars and stripes have been raised, at and says he will hold her against Alice Hulnos is visiting hor brother, children, three boys, George, Fred und a cost of blood or otherwise, they should all odds. Dr. S. P. Grant. Miss Sarah Cecil bus Bruck, the latter but six years old, and tloat from henceforth forever. I urn The engagement of Miss Martha Secondly, the prices that we expect to put on these goods will be atreturned from Lexington. The .rtu a daughter, Mrs. Dr. I. S. Wesley, of not in favor of hauling down a single Batterton, of Danville, and Dr. ClarI tractive Thirdly, our styles will be exactly right. Every mother anniversary of tho L. A. S. S. was cele- Lancaster. Aftor a very appropriate American ling that has been raised ence Lee Bell, of Hartford City, Ind., that has a boy or girl that she jvanu to shoe substantially will be in-- e Monday during this war, aud I believe that my Caldand touching funeral discourse brated at the home of Miss ElUa is announced. The wedding will take rested. These goods will be on hand in good season. well Wednesday. Tho meaning of tho evening at tho Baptist church by Rev. sentiments In this regard are the :v of the great mass of the Amer- place in October. Dr. Bell is a son of Is a secret and has J. Q. Montgomery, his pastor, the reabovo four letters George D. Bell, formerly of Louis: never been divulged by any of them. mains wore taken charge of by tho ican people." The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE,' EY. m Hon. James B. McCrcary, In an In- ville. Miss Martha who Is the second m Miss Annie Royston, of Garrard. Is tho Masonic fraternity and followed by a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George D. tiH Mls-- s largo concourse of admiring friends terview In the Louisville Dispatch, deof Mrs. G. II. Bruce. guest Batterton, Is widely known as one of Dora and Alleon Maloney, of Craig and neighbors to their last resting nies the statements attributed to him by the Washington correspondents of Kentucky's most beautiful young womLeila placo in Mlddloburg cometery. City, Vn., aro visiting Miss X!J tho Courier-Journa- l aud Commercial, en, combining, to rare degree, those Grant. L. I Marshall, of Doming, NEWS IN THE'VICINAGE, ubout our dls)osition of the Philip- admirable qualities of heart and mind ',: been tho guo.-tNew Mexico, who has necessary In a model woman. Advohis sister, Mrs. Cabboll Breckinridge, Win. Sharp, aged 81, at one time pines. "As far as the Louisville cate. Is concerned I will say," has returned home. Robert Flshor, of shorilT of Estill county, died In Madisaid the LANCASTER, "that I have not St. Louts, aftor a pleasant visit to his son. sisters, has returned home. Mrs. Frank Jnmos D. Walters, of Troop I)., 0th and would not knowingly talk to one of Rufus Moss, a prosperous young farGllchor has returned from Loulsvlllo. l S. Cavalry, dlod at New Haven, its correspondents on any subject." : mer, and Miss Maybelle Sherron, one As both Richmond papers copy tho Mth. John Stout Is convalescent. Mr. Conn. He was from Knox county, Ky. of tho prettiest girls in Lancaster, ;s and Mrs. ClilT Anderson have roturnod Gov. Bradley refused to pardon Josse first Interview, apparently with the drove to Danville yesterday and were Telescopes, Club I5ngs. East. J. L. Frohman Is at HulT from Laurel for dctnluing a wom- governor's sanction, there seems to be married by Rev. Lynch in the parlors u from tho Rockcastle Sprlnirs. Miss Mary Holm an and W. N. Triplett, of Madison, for a "story" out somewhere. Moreover of the Gilcher House. After a short the latter remark docs not sound like has gono to Lexington to tho Tobbltts breach of the peace. tour they will return home and sue for Lucas wedding. Prof, and Mrs. J. C. Mrs. Emma Lackoy Tuckor, wife of tho courteous and olitc Madison coun- the parental blessing which they failFalca aro visiting In Lebanon. Mr. nnd Pleasant Tucker, and related to a num- ty gentleman. ed to secure before starting. Mrs. T. B. Gentry, of Kansas City, arc ber of people In this county, died at The grand jury asked for an addiKENTUCKY HOUSES OF REFORM. visiting Col. Nicholas McDowell. Jell Parksvillo of cancer a few days ago. tional two daya as they were unable to In the course of a thoughtful article Ycagcr is ill. MUs Madge Sea, of InAt a picnic at Cobb Mountain, Estill handle the volume of business which dependence, Mo., Is visiting MUs Ottle county, Suing Lauo and Ed Noland on the Kentucky Houses of Reform, camo before them in the allotted six. Shelton. Meedamos Charlos Cecil, A. became Involved in a quarrel, which soon to be a reality, the Louisville Post Tho case against Porter Wearen for In Latest Designs and Colors. B. Rust, Miss II. A. Wilson and Mrs. ended In Noland stabbing. Lauo to says: It has been decided, wo undermurder was continued at the instance death. stand, to have a school for boys aud of Center left yesterday for Mackinac. the defense because of their inabiliThe latest Journalistic enterprise at for girls, uudor one executive manageCO. Middlesboro is to be known as "Tho ment, though tho buildings for girls ty to get important witnesses here,who KY. GROWERS' INSURANCE aro with the army at Chlckamuuga. (! Mountaineer," with Dorth Campbell will bo probably half a mile distant Wearen'e bond was raised from S500 to CONDITION. IN A MOST lXOCKlSJtlNG of it. from the buildings erected for the boys. Tho Kentucky Growers' Insurance and Tim Pennington at the head $1,500, and was readily given. Wearen This simplifies the control and econ1! of Lincoln It is to bu a monthly magazine. Co., in which tho farmers killed a Negro named Leavell on Battle Clarence Parks, whose mother is a omizes both labor and moucy. Cer- Row last April. Ed Clouse Is on 10 Iugrain, Brussel and Moquette Carpets, sold by sample nnd delivered nre so largely interested, hold county trial of Mrs. John Traylor, died In tainly It enables the managers to seThreo Days. Its annual meeting at Lexington, Tues- sister killing of W. B. Tracy near for the 'il Sunday of typhoid fever con cure far better accomodations for the day, Aug. 10th. Tho Legislative Board Garrard Bryantsvllle. The testimony is all In flJ Chickamauga. Ho was n money appropriated for building and . Is composed of W. P. Cox, of Ander- tracted at aud the counsel are arguing the case. grounds time if the sum should be Dunn, Boyle; A. J. private iu Capt. Duncan's company. son county; D. W. Ed Gaines went to Middlesboro SunCapt. J. B. Kerr, of tho Sixth cav- divided. Kentucky will be satisfied Gorham, Fayette; Sidney Bod ford, day. John Anderson, of McKlnney, Is .vlth nothing loss than the best school i; alry, wounded at Santiago, who is in Franklin; O. T. Hlggiubotham, visiting tho Misses Tillett. Horace Danville on a furlough, has accepted of the kind. Its lulluence should go Hcrndon and Fred Friable nre spending A. L. Chrismnn, Jessamine; J. K. Baughmnn, Lincoln; A. II. Vansant, the position of military attache of the far to reforming our workhouse and a few weeks at Martinsville, Ind. Miss Mercer; J. A. Logan, Shelby; C. S. Paris Fair Commission nnd sails Sep pentiontlarles by checking crime at Its Kate Walker, of Lexington, Is visiting Williams, Woodford; together with tember 13. Ho is n brocher of Mrs. source and redeeming tho young, her sister, Mrs. W. J. Landram. Mrs. rathor than educating them In crim- John Roso and children, of Louisville, tho Executive Board, composed of J. M. P. Tunis. At Middlesboro, tho mammoth steel inal knowledge by criminal association. are visiting Mrs. Moody Hardin. Chus. E. Dolph, president, R. B. Kendall, secretary, L. P. Spurr, J. D. Hlnton, plant of the Watts steoland Iron syndi The plans so far adopted have, we ReId,of Chickamauga, and Miss Ford, W. II. Warren and J. C. Bosworth. cate, is in operation urtor seven years understand, the hearty approval of of Lexington, are visiting the home-folkVo keep "tho best" line of After an examination of tho business of Inactivity. All of tho Iron furnaces the Governor und they will, wo have no Miss Eudoxie Moss gave a wafor tho past year the board found tho of this institution aro iu operation and doubt, bo supported by an Intelligent termelon feast Friday evening In honor company In a nourishing condition, for the iirst time In tho history of the public opinion. of her guest, Miss Broom, of Misshaving met all losses and more than MnglcCity iron and steel arc being LOW RATES QUEEN & CRESCENT. issippi. Miss Reila Arnold will euter-thl- s produced. douDled its business. It now carries evening In honor of the Misses A short notice in our last told of the deSeventh Day Adventlsts Camp Meet- Wyatt, of Lexington. 31,225,000 of Insurance. Farmers death of James M. Durham, one of tho ing, Harriman, Tenn., Aug. 3. siring to savo money will Und It to their AIo "tho boat" Paints. Oils, Varnishes, Lend, Colors and Stains. FltESCKIl'TIONS carebest men in the Mlddloburg section, Tho total railway mileage in the fully compounded from "the bust" drugs obtainable. Vour patronage is always appreSupreme Lodge Knights and DaughInterest to consider this system of pro- and a merchant at that place. Ue was tection ngalnst lire, lightning and wind. utllictcd with a complication of di- ters of Africa, Nashville, Tenn., Aug United States is 1S4.42S miles, an in- ciated and it will bo our constant aim to sell "U10 bot" jootU nt reaonnblo prices. crease of 1,031 miles during tho year. ust 2:1 23, 1S93. Call on J. K. Baughman, IIuHton-vlll- o, seases. Ho was postmaster under percent, of tho mileage Is National Wholesale Druggists' Ass'n, Nlnoty-Hv- e chairman Lincoln county board, & 1S03. C. Baughtnau, Stanford, or Dr. L. Cleveland's last administration und a St. Louis, Mo., Sopt. laid with steel rails. The total numII. McKlnney, or write homo prominent Mason. Ho was the father M. Estes, Annual Conference M. E. Church ber of locomotives lu service Is 33,'JSO. olllco Nu. 00 E. Short St., Lexington, of Mrs. Dr. I. S. Wesley, of Lancaster, South, Flomlngsburg, Ky., Sept. 14- 21. Tho number of passenger cars is for circulars or Information. and also Fred Durham, Casey county's and of freight cars, 1,221,730. The Mackinac and return August 23th, R. B. Kendall, Gen. Mgr., fat boy. Lexington, Ky. Qucon & Crescent, C. n. & D. and number of men employed IsS23,470 and 2t. . A. merchant and grain dealer at Steamers. 83.05 round trip from Junc- they were paid S4G3,G01,5Sl for the Till: i:ST KKMKDY TOR FLUX. Waddy, Shelby county, found posted tion City. Delightful lake trip. Lib- year. One passenger was killed out of Mr. John Mathlas, a well known on his doors a notice warning him eral return limits. Ask ticket olllces 2,201,703 and ouo Injured out 173,113 stock dealer of Pulaski, Ky., says: during the year 1807. that unless ho paid a higher price for for full Information. "Aftor auilerlug for over n week with wheat and sold his goods chenper his The report to the national meeting Wouse Than Theft. A man who of the Knights of Pythias at Indianflux, and my physician huvlng failed to stores and grain elevators would bo takes a paper and, when asked for apolis shows that the total number of relievo mo, I was advised to try Cham- blown up with dynamite. what la duo on It, tells the postmaster subordinate lodges is 0,CS3, und the borlain's Colic, Cholera und Diarrhoea Remedy, and have tho pleasure of stau John Wesley Campbell and wife, to mark it "refused" is a thief of tho total number of members 4GS.209, a s ng that tho half of one bottle cured Bowling Green, signed a document In worst type. If u party docs not want a net gain during the calendar year of mo. For sale by Craig & Hooker, tho circuit court, tho former to stop paper ho should so notify tho publish- 40 lodges and a net loss of 1,022 memDruggists. running after women and drinking er when tho time expires and not wait bers. This is the first time since 1S7S tho latter to stop using uutll several dollars are duo on It und that a loss has been shown. The finanLow rates Cincinnati, Queen & Cres- whisky and "TLe? ces are a little short too aud a greater anutl and tobacco and cease to quarrel then try to sneak out of paying for it. cent during G. A. R. Encampment, economy la Buggcstod. Lancaster Record. at the old man. Cincinnati. , MOLD Y0MSELF I "To iii:i. , hnnd-Bora- Em-me- tt Men's, Boys' And Children's Clothing, Stetson Hats, Mahattan Shirts, Stacy Adams' Shoes. We Make Suits Telephone Order court-hous- The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., BIG DRIVE IN j Col-leg- o. PANTS ! 1" or i Black, Clay, "Worsted, -- AT ONLY $250. W. M 11 E. PERKINS. VViilNl d, pg3g$ . VVE KT III OA1 IU 1 ln-la- w I . Meet Every Want In Shoes. 1 1 CALDWELL & LANIER, I '! sen-tlmeu- ts 1 I I -- fi j: of Cour-ler-Journ- ai I TRUNKS, i i iiiy I I I !!. 'J MATTINGS IVIoquette H. : m m ':,Ii i I i iU Rugs ! I J. McROBERTS. Gar-ran- a: P 111 Our Motto: "The Best." Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, rr s. I fli! 10-2- -- 10-2- 4, CRAIG HOOKER. 0 tfl Kj - 33,-02- 0, well-know- n I 1 41 is- nil O n -- aJ l&j&41&Nam4S!&! . ci--..- . ,vi uti.yfe. Ay, l 4 j wigfcjgT - v 1 . w "ii ..'-..- t . 'It. " 1 'H i - . The Ohio democrats in convention at Gen. Shafter eaya tho records ehow Lightning struck a street car at Dayton to nominate minor State olllccrs that, 23,72t1 Spaniards surrendered at Pittsburg killing two and injuring a endorsed tho Chicago platform, favor tho fall of Santiago. Of theso about number of passengers. A sovero thunder and wind storm did Bryan for president In 1000, demand 3,000 were guerillas, leaving 21,000 to Aug. 26, 1S9S an income tax, government ownership bo sent to Spain. The la?t of them great damage in Indiana. A number Kv., Stanford, of people were killed by lightning. of tho Nicarauguan canal, n freo gov will embark tomorrow. MUs Clara Neal, aged 22, daughter On tho same day that tho protocol ernment for Cuba, oppose any nlllunce W. P. WALTON. with England, oppose an increase of was signed, the stars and stripes were of a farmer living above Frankfort, the standing army and demand raised over tho government buildings was drowned in tho Kentucky river. There were 20,000 Knights of Pyththrough Senator Foraker an Investiga- at Honolulu amid very Impressive cerePcniocrntlc Nominee For Congress tion of tho charges against Hanna. In monies and the annexation of tho Ha- ias in lino at Indianapolis Wednesday. Tho next meeting will likely be at regard to expansion the platform waii's was completed. HON. G. G. says: "We believo thnt until the peoA Ncero soldier of tho Elchth Illi Louisville. Of Shclliv County. Two persons were killed and as ple of tho Islands of Cubaand tho Phil nois was killed at San Luis Friday 3T tho petition to the war ippines declare otherwise we should night while doing sentinel duty. lie many woro wounded in a panic that . rBECAUSE beordered some Cubans to halt and as resulted from the efforts of n big crowd to be mustered out of service keep tho faith upon which war was exthey did not understand tho order he at tho Columbus. Ind., fair to escape by the men of Col. Galther'a regiment, gun and prosecuted." Everybody from a storm. hands, a bl; pected to sec tho factions tight, but tired and the fire was returned. did' not pass through his Keep in mind the price list of tho big sale and don't for At Eddyvillo the jury in tho catc The famous bale of cotton known as and the men were thoy were disappointed In witnessing row has been raised , s any sensational luciuent, savo tno 'President McKinley's bale," the first agninst Will Cato, for killing old man up in line to be dishonorably drawn JTOt to look at tho . discharged if they wanted to be. Sev- death of a delegate, who dropped dead of the crop of 1803 , which already has Askew last September, returned a verbeen sold In Chicago and New York dict fixing the punishment at death. of heart disease. eral accepted the proposition and a A Paris storekeeper offered a suit of for tho benefit of United States volunLosiery at Half Price. " officers number of The story of tho discomforts and pri- teers, was sold at St. Louis for $030. clothes to a man. who could show the were reduced to the ranks for inciting vations of the 1st Kentucky on ship to Dr. William M. Gray, of tho hospit- largest number of children. A Negro men are not to be blamed mutiny. The Read Suit prices Port Rico, while the officers were livsays that tho most im- with 17 walked in nnd got the clothes. for wanting to get out of tho army now ing on the fat of tho land and enjoying al ship Relief, is tho Lookout Inn, the famous hostelry on that the war is over. Most of them can fine quarters, is enough to make a portant surgical fact of the war of tho Deep Guts in Dry Goods Lookout Mountain, was sold under deutter and eternal banishment do much better at homo and many have roan's blood boll to seo tho difference probe from the surgeon's ''kit," due to cree, and purchnsed lor 540,000 for Is only families dependent on them. It made between a man who wears shoulor Eastern capitalists. It was built at n the officers, who have a fat thing, that der straps and one who does not. The tho discovery of tho Roentgen Ladies' Drcs Skirt Sale, cost of $2.')0,000. in the service, but it is not average office too treats a private with want to stay A battle between Spaniards and rebThe Porter Rifles, of Bowling Green, to their credit to wish to do so at the as .ittlo consideration as a dog. No "We have cut the life out of our prices", els is said to have been fought in the on their annual outlni. havo named expense of their men, not to say any wonder meo, who have been raised to Vizcayas Islands. According to the their enmp at Chameleon Springs, thing of the government. bo their own masters, aro not disposed Spanish version tho Spanish loss, was Camp Christine, In honor of the govLadies' TAc Shoes, to continue in such bondage, now that unimportant, while tho Insurgents are ernor's pretty daughter. AMONG the numerous investigations K Mrs. Jessie Coleman, an aged resithat will be made now that the war is the war is over, to keep such fellows in said to have lost jIOO. Several Insurgent Men's Fine Shoes, 03c, chieftains who were captured were dent of Caldwell county, died from the over, none deserves a more thorough fat jobs. effects of a mosquito bite on her great sifting than the criminal neglect of the Secretary Long has written a let shot. This is the size of It. A soldier said toe. Amputation became necessary, Every department blossoms with promise, sick at Chickamauga. The stories of ter to the naval strategy board complito tho Danville Advocate: "Men In nnd the shock killed her. suffering and death that come from menting it highly for its work during g and those tho war. Its work was of such a char the regiment drawing 8150 a month as John Booth broke jail at Owings-vill- e there are ate Xew, Merchandise with no short coming ex- who are responsible for the state of af- acter, however, that the less it did the captain, when they didn't make $10 a Tuesday while tho jailer's son fairs deserve not only the severest cen- more It counted. Dewey wns not in month at home, are of course unwilling was giving him a drink of water. Booth ccpt in price, sure but the most condign punishment. communication with the board when he to quit, while fellows who left good jobs struck him on tho head with an Iron The men are said to have been treated won his famous victories and Schley to fight for their country are not anx- rod and ran, but was later captured. ious to do police duty for 13 a month." Mrs. W. A. Botkln Is under arret worse than hogs and left to dio with and Sampson had to ignore it. All "New Goods, hut too many. We have, therefore, presses uiu at San Francisco chnrged with having fevers with scarce a bit of attention. .mimirai oampsuu Whipper snapper doctors with political The Marion Falcon is greatly im- opinion that the war has taught Im- sent tho poisoned candy that caused decided to put them at a price that will move them. pulls, but no practice at home, were proved under the management of M. F. portant lessons in naval construction, tho deaths of Mrs. John P. Dunning commissioned to attend to the brave Hetherington, who has lately purchas- chief of which Is the Importance of nnd her sister, Mrs. J. P. Deane, at ships. Ho says there should Dover, Del. fellows and their neglect of them should ed it. This is simply a hint at notable opportunity (or saving, be practically no woodwork In fighting Mrs. John Stone, of New Orlenn?, be saddled on the right parties and disWAR ECHOES, vessels and that the torpedo boat has'nt died In the Phoenix Hotel, Lexington, grace forever follow them. Bring your dollars and twice their value. a trial, and does not concur Monday night, where she had stopped Tho military camp at Hunts ville, had fair City has a murder mysNew Yoric in tho opinion that gun of small cal- for a few days. It Is a singular fact tery that promises to rank with the Ala., will accomodate 40,000 men. iber are more effective than the large that her husband died under similar The 3d and 4th Kentucky, Cols. Pearl Bryan case. Miss Emelyne Reyguns. circumstances In tho same hotel 15 Smith and Colsou, are to mustered out. nolds, a rather rapid young womau,was Followiug are tho commissioners years nsro. The Queen Regent has signed a roy- named: murdered in her room at the Grand For Cuba: United States, Gens. al decree convoking the Cortes for Hotel, with a piece of lead pipe, her J. F. Wade, M. C. Butler nnd Rear skull being broken by the blow. There September o. Admiral Sampson. For Spain, Gen. The girls need not despair. There Parrado, Admiral Paster and Marquis Tho Pnrniers Ittiuk A: Tru-- t Co.. located is no direct evidence against him, but Dr. S. J. Kennedy, a young dentist, is is a btgconslgnmentof unklssed heroes Montoro. For 1'orto itico: lmku at Stanford. In tho State of Kvntuckv, floxlnp up Its ntTulro. All creditor of ial! under arrest, and as ho bears a strik-- ! on the way home. tit States, Gen. John H. Brooke, Rear H.'inK tlicrt'torv itrviieretr notwei 10 T. D. 11ANEY, Mnnngcr. regiments from New York, Admiral Schley and Gen. W. W. GorThree I nc resemblance to Scott Jackson, he tliulr elulmsngnlnt .salil lt.ink for payment. how-- , Massachusetts ana Kansas leit umcKa-evemust be guilty. Unlike Jackson's, don. For Spain, Gen. Otego, CommoJ. 11. OWSLEY, Cashier. this murder was for money, of matiga for Lexington, dore Vallarino and Judge Advocate Men of tho Fifth Illinois, at Lexlng-wer- e which 82,000 or more, besides jewelry, The Lincoln County National Hank, of Sanchez del Agulla. The Cuban comBranch stores at Paris Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hnrdstown, Lawrcnceburg, obtained. The woman, who was ton, are nearly unanimously in favor of missioners must meet at Havana and Stanford. Ky.. hn tu'cceett'l tho Farmer nna,Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Lhtabetlitown, Frankfort. .Mnuckport,CynthlInd. Hank A: Trust Co.. of Stanford, Ky.. anil of service. young and pretty, was very fond of being mustered out the Porto Rican commissioners ac San litis all It liabilities, uveH nnd Day, of Ohio, Davis, or Minnesota, Juan within .'10 days from the signing entire liusliu".. playing the races and it was at them S. II. SHANK, Priflilent. thnt. sho mpt Tvpnnndv. who in all nroh-- . and Frye, of Maine, are three of the of the protocol, which was on August J. II. OWSLEY, Cashier. Ji'on Fene o. five peace commissioners chosen ability, is the murderer. 12. Cypress Shingles. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - GILBERT, LOUISVILLE STORE. r s. -- heart-rendin- up-to-d- fire-pro- get NOTJCE. The Louisville Store. pre-M'- I r, j 1 I now over a million pen sota and Eighth Massachusetts are tho BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. sioners on the rolls, Commissioner Ev- latest arriva'l9 in camp at Lexington. A New York woman killed her two ans having granted 63 049 new claims Tqq War D tment ig con3idering children nnd committed suicide. and restored 4.0S9 duringtho year. The am forqu,cklvrel,evlnp the 9tarvJnr A Bath county girl, not yet 13 years exact number, who are now pulling at Spaniards of age, Is the mother of a bouncing . i.uu.om;. .muugu eVaCUatC. mV Hoi, boy. ..c .jw.-.- . tv.u.,uj Gen. Wood hns provided for public Four persons were killed and nine were granted during tne year man any on the American plan to ac- overcome by the awful heat at Chicago year between 1SG9 and 1SS0. Pensions schools 4,000 young Cubans at Tuesday. commodate on account of the Spanish war are al Santiaco. Charles T. Baker, a wealthy farmer ready pouring in and the end wont be Capt. Sigsbee has been advanced living near Kennedy, fell dead in his 100 years from now. in sight three numbers on the list of captains bath room. A Paducah judge has decided that a hy the president for "extraordinary Two men were killed and six seriouswoman has as much business in a bar heroism." ly wounded In a powder mill explosion Miss Helen Gould has given 82.",000 near Chattanooga. room as a man and declared the ordito be used in purchasing delicacies for nance prohibiting her sex from enterIn Shelbyvllle a cake, voted to the ing such establishments unconstitu- sick and wounded soldiers at Montauk prettiest young lady, at five cents a tional. He's right. A drink for the Point.'L. I. vote, brought STo. A Quartermaster at San Francisco, gander should in all justice be drink Eight men were killed in a tunnel and he is from Kansas, of course, got a disaster at Pittsburg, and two others for the goose. year at hard labor for selling govern were fatally Injured. Algeu might have made a tolerably ment supplies. Greater New York's expenses for a if na uuu iuaju ilOIH wu ui nui secretary Unil iminA Capt. Albert L. Mills has be.en np lS'JS are estimated at $77,i"il,L'22.03 In continued to spread her wings, but the pointed superintendent of the West the budget just closed. war ueinonstrateu ms utter incapacity p0lnt Military Academy, with the A. K. Ward, tho Memphis forger, bu v;upe wiiii a uijj juu. iiiu row iuul rank of lieutenant coionel. got only three years, although his la on between him and Gen. Miles may .The Alicante with 1,000 Spanish sol- forgeries amounted to $250,000. further illucldate what a failure he is. diers from Santiago arrived at La a Mrs. Lucas, a farmer's wife, dropped Wednesday. There were CO nerbabyina well near Bloomington, The New York judge, who held that deaths on board during the voyage. Ind., and then drowned herself. a woman is not bound to tell her age Gen. Mcrritt has rellngulshed com- Jessamine county and the city of on tho witness stand and not guilty of rcand of the troops at Manila to Gen. Nicholasvillo aro to unite in the celeperjury if she states it incorrectly, is a of their centennial September of modern Solomon, whom the women of Otis and assumed his duties military bration governor. The situation as regards 10. the land, especially those of the doubtimThe Owensboro National and the ful ages, will rise up and call blessed. the attitude of tho insurgents is Deposit bank have consolidated under proving. The report that J. R. McLean, the Gen. Miles says that Sbafter's open the name of the National Deposit millionaire owner of the Cincinnati disobedienco of orders and Alger's dis- Bank. The indictment against tho wife of Enquirer, was to Bucceed Secretary of regard of recommendations aro respon sible for the terrible condition of the Gov. Atkinson, of West Virginia, for War Alger is denied most positively forgery, has been quashed. Sho is freo by him. McLean's politics must be of army at Santiago. The 7th Ohio Cavalry has invited at last. very a doubtful gender when even such Morgan's men to come to the G. A. R. Harris, of Raven wood, Thomas a report could be started. meeting in Cincinnati, beginning Sept. Tenn., Is wanted for robbing oho of his is a significant fact that Dewoy 7tb, and be their guests. The counter- daughter's beaux as he was going home at night. kept the cablo cut until he took Ma- sign is "Dewey-HobsbW. B. Childers, of Dry Ridge, whose A Russian blacksmith and seven of nila and then restored it to working order. He evidently did not want to son bolongedjto the 2nd Kentucky, and his family were killed by the explosion be hampered with orders from Wash- died of typhoid fever, brands the hos of a shell picked up on tho field after ington and aetrategy board that knows pital surgeons as muderers and the the army's maneuvers. attendants as thieves and ghouls. Hiram Southerland, a Woodford nothing about strategy. The Louisville Post is right, when county farmer, placed in jail for drunkSampson In speaking of the naval it says that tho government should ask enness, committed suicide by taking achievements says: "We did not make the men, not the officers, whether carbolic acid and laudanum. a mistake during tho war." Doesn't they desire to bo mustered, out, or re George Dller, who ran off from his this piece of egotism somewhat remind tained, and abide by that decision. home at Greenup with Harris' Circus, of the remark of the other things to Col. Colson's 4th Kentucky will bo was killed next night as ho slept by tho apples, when they met in a fresh- brigaded with Gen. Sanger's command tho elephant stepping on him. et in a stream? at Lexington. He says after seeing Tho Engineering and Mining Jour, tho president that none of the volunsays the average earnings per man The president is said to have decided teers will be mustered out for 00 days. nalthe Klondike region are 3450 a year, In that he wants Luxon, If no more ot the Chickamauga is to be practically while the cost of living is $15 a day. Philippines. He should have demand- deserted by tho soldiers. All of them, An unconfirmed report to tho Asso ed the whole of them at first and he save one regiment, which will be left ciated Press was that C. P. Huntingwould have done so had he the courage there to protect government property, ton, president of the Southern Pacific of his convictions and was not a time aro to leave as soon as transportation company, bad been shot at his camp l server. can be provided. on Roquette Lake in the Adirondacks. . ' - There are Fifth Pennsylvania, Twelfth Minne- THE THIRD SESSION OF Ky. Wesleyan Academy A. C..SJNE, Metal .Hoofing. At Bumsicle, Ky., Begins Thursday, Sopt. 8. Faculty of Flro Experienced Teacher- - all college praduate. Enrollment la- -t year 103. Excellent coures offered In Latin. Greek. German. French. EnKlIoh, Mathematics Scl-nn- STANFORD. Ky. J 7 -- 1 &sb Mill Work. The Academy for coming has Full HKtory, Music, Oratorv and l'hlcal Culture. Terms moderiite. Hoarding department l all th.it could he wNlied In way of comfort and convenience. For particulars and Catalogue, address the 1'r'n licil, 31 JAMES O. DOI.LEY, M. A. Stanford Female College. Science, .Music, Art nnd Elocution, under cultured and experienced teachers Special nttentton ;iven to Primary and Preparatory daises. l'0,,eK """.set a copy of our New Catalogue, or vrrito for ono to MILS. - x'LVJ xy...Mi, a. cjAirixi, j.nuy lclpul, Stanfoid, Ky. ! THE! CYCLONE. IANNZS BROS., ' Next Session Will Open September 5th. Full Courho of Study In Literature, WILLIAM SIIELTON, PRESIDENT. &ZIHUZ?. We have tho best 4 and 6c Checked Cotton you overbought for that money. cm I i Good Bleach Cotton 4 and 5c. Jeans, 10c and up. A Fine Line of Look Out For The Cor-run- Calicoes At 4c. See our 35c and 19c White Shirts. Blue Grass Store. Prices to Suit All. Here arc a few of them. Low Rates TO Cincinnati I Very low rate will bain af- trect from all point in to IBoutn to Cincinnati and ra- I turn via ttaa Queen ft Cre-- 1 cant Rout and it connect- - J I ins line during-- the It n." O.A.R. KdNatleaalEicanpneitl Sept. 5th(s leib, 1898. rooa returning; ept.istn. IBxtenaloB of limit to Oc- I tober 2nd. can be secured' rby depositing ticket with Joint Arent. Call on your f Ticket Agent or writ for' ' full InformatlOBi to C. W.Zcll,"Cincinnati. rvlca in the South. Through Pullman'Sleepar on handsome 'veatlbuled train run dally llrom Jacksonville, savannah. Columbia. Macon, 2 Atlanta, Birmingham, Meridian, Mew Orleans, Ashevllle, Xnoxvllla, Chattanooga, Mxington, etc., through to Cincinnati without change, via the famous 1 Ticket wilt be on aal Wept. 3rd to Oth lnclu.lv.. I Dry Salt Bacon, 6c. Bacon Plates, 7c. Smoked Sides, 9c. 17 lbs. Standard Granulated Sugar for $1. 20 lbs. Brown Sugar for $1. A iicc line Fresh Lemons, Olives and other things at prices to suit all. rweit tram GIVE US A TRIAL. Blue Grass Grocery. J. W. ROUT, Manager. Main Street, Interior Journal Building, Stanford, Ky. Iueen & Crescent! ROUTE i. , lV, ,,,. r t ri r 3 ' Hl'f V TT? rj 'f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL FiNU assortment of tooth brushes tion through the Senate for tho payjust received, to be sold at ridiculously ment of church property at Nashville . Rev. J. B. Fletcher, a Congregation,ov prices. Crnlir & Hocker al minister, was shot while attempting Walter Giiednlek and Green to organize a Congregational church at Stanford, Ky., Gill, both colored, for fighting, were Smiley, Ga. While in the pulpit he fined $." each In Judge Carson's court was shot through tho window, his body Manager. very 111. yesterday. E. 0. Walton, Busini3 being riddled with 107 buckshot and GKOUOU C. Kklleu, THE Lebanon court held John Mc several small shot. Ills condition is Ml'. ANP MitS. Tun best is nover too pood for pro- Sit , of Unrrodsburfr, attended tho Chord to tho circuit court in 8200 bond serious, but the expectation Is that ho Next week we want to sec the last of the old stock go out of the house. Hero aro scription work. That is tho reason wo burial of little Henry Davis Keller. for assaulting and attempting to shoot will recover. moving prices on what is left. uso thu best goods only. I'onny's Druy At Old Orchard, Mc., 855,000, exBenedict Spalding. The latter, who Is Store. 1,000 yards of 15c Hamburg at Sc. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. county attorney, prosecuted McChord. clusive of watches, jewelry and deeds 1,000 yards of 10c Hamburg nt Cc. of property, was tho Bum total of tho PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP, Spectacles at (Valg it Hooker's. tickTHE L. & N. will sell round-tri75 yards of COc all over embroidery 15c. contribution at tho Christian Science ets to Cincinnati on account of the G. - 12c. 500 yards of 50c Colored Embroidery at W. II. Shanks is down with malarial See Hlgglns & MeKlnney about A. R, Sept. 3 to 0 Inclusive at 52.00. camp Sundny. This was not near up to 300 yards of 40c Colored Embroidery at Sc. the record of previous years and Dr. fever. wheat fertilizers. Tickets good till 13th, but limit can be Simpson showed plainly the disap250 yards of 30c Colored Embroidery at - 5c. IlAUHY IIlGQlNS is 111 with malarial MIXED Spices, Jolly Glasses, Cans extended till Oct. 2, by depositing it pointment he felt. It was over $100,-00- 0 25 pairs 12 25 Ladies' Oxfords at 49c. fever. with joint ngent nnd paying 2oc extra. John 11. Stetson's 14.50 Hatfl at J2.00. wlfo of Ike Phillips, and Jars at Warren & Shanks'. In 1S90. BoitN, to the . Other Fine Grade $2 50 Hats nl $1.50. Jr., a boy. The Columbia News says that Miss Bia Dance. Manager J. D. Shelby supplies and books for the School . A few Men's Heavy Ulsters at $l 50. Gkokcik U. Vi:aui:n is in Chatta- public school at W. B. McRoberts'. O. O. F. cele- Rosa Yowell, who is a daughter of F. writes that after the I. nooga on business. " bration next Wednesday, 31st, the M. Yowell, of Hustonvllle. conducted SECOND hand lightning hay press In danco will be continued at night and he the song service in tho protracted DlJOHN.to the wife of Eugcno Wood-o- n good shape for sale. B. K. Wcaron extends au invitation to tho Stnnford meeting.held there by Rev. Johnson, Tuesday, a girl. Four Dozen Men's Heavy Net Shirts at 15c. 120 pairs Ladies' Button Shoes, Zeig-lerC. Sink made a business trip fc Son. Mn. A. people and those of tho surrounding who won many souls to Christ. Mrs. best make, your choice for 11.25. tollurgln Wednesday. and enjoy themselves. Johnson nlso preaches and the trio arc AFTER Sept. 1st I will sell no goods section to come . now holding a camp meeting at Pelly-towMhs. Thomas Butt, of tho High to any one except for cash or produce. A DANVILLE dispatch says that Mies land section, is very ill. Florence Webster, of Indianapolis, Rev. W. S. Grlnstead wants to give M. and Mns. Matt Woodson went Mark Hardin. daughter of Col. G. C. Webster, who Is notice that he will have but two more to Louisville Tuesday. Farmers. Retur n our tacks at once visiting Miss Mary Dunn, of Danville, We solicit vour patronage. Sundays before tho conference yea Arriving Daily. MitS. E. C. Walton and children or else you will have to pay for them. . very hot curling Iron on will close and perhaps his ministry in while using a aro rusticating at Cook's Sprint,'-J. II. Baughman A; Co. her hair, Inflicted serious injury to her this place. His theme for next SunMlis. J. M. ALVi'USON is visiting Framing, boxing, fencing, left eye. The Iron slipped nnd struck day morning will be "Marah" or tho Ll'MHER. Mrs. Mattlo Alvcrson at Illchmond. shingles, boards, wire plank and mor- tho eye ball before the lid could protect "Bitter waters in a christian life." Misses Jennie and Mahu: Wakhkn tice fence post. II. J. McRoberts. it. The physicians think she will pre- At night, "Abraham and Lot," or aro visiting relatives In Lancaster. serve her sight. "Serving God nnd Mammon." He will Hosa Gkntky, of Mt. Vernon, Miss ... THE Lancaster ladles' set a splendid hold sacramental services at Hebron is the guest of Mrs. Dr. E. J. Drown. SAM H. Kash, who was tho leading dinner for 'Su court day. Proceeds SHKIlIKFS. M. OWENS nnd C. L. went to paying for blankets furnished nresldental elector In 1S9G and who at 3 o'clock next Sunday. The Cynthlnna Democrat says of Crow nro at tho Russell Springs Fair. soldiers. wan'nl a foreign mission, but wns later Headquarters for GlI.L M. Cooi'l'lt, of Louisville, place, was on Eld. J. W. Hardin, who is holding a d with a gauger's Intensely hot weather, somewhat Wednesday's train. He la red hot for protracted meeting in Harrison county: snent several days with his sisters nllaycd by showers, has prevailed this Hun. hero. John Henry Wilson, of Barbour- - Brother Hardin is 75 years of age. He Mus. M. G. Thompson, of North week. Cloudy weather is promised for vlile, for circuit judge, and says he will united with the Christian church 00 but no let up In tho heat. . MIddletovvn, is visiting Mrs. II. J. win hands down, the leaders even in years ago and has been in the ministry for 50 years. He has been married 54 I on False swearing. Deputy Laurel being for him. years. His wlfo enjoys good health. Mil. J. E. CAH50N was on WednesSheritI Logan Wood arrosted Hlgglns The entertainment at Mr. and Mrs. They havo had 14 children, six now day's train returning from a trip to Baker at Crab Orchard the other day J. II. Baughman's Tuesday night in living, three sons and three daughters. Indiana. and took him 10 Ml. Vernon, where ho honor of Miss Mainlo AMlson Carpen- Mr. Hardin has married at least 1,000 S.U.MK MIU.S, daughter of Dr. and Is wanted for false swearing. couples of couples and Is supposed to have d ter was attended by Mrs. W. N. Crnlg, Is recovering from a young lady's especial more converts and preached more severe Illness. Miller. Mrs. Jane Miller, aged GO the beautiful Miller, died friends and was highly enjoyable. Miss funerals than any other Christian min MISSES LlUDIK LOVELL, Maude Ken- and tho wlfo of Willi Waro aro visiting Tuesday of typhoid fever at her homo Tcvls Carenter, Messrs. T. II. Shanks ister In central Kentucky. He makes dall and Daisy friends ut Saulley. near Walnut Flat and was burled at nnd John S. Baughman, assisted by Mr. his home in Winchester. and Mrs. Baughman, entertained nnd The current Baptist Argus contains MitS. W. A. MOIIEKLY, of Knoxvllle, Preachersvillo Wednesday. made everybody have a good time. De a splendid picture of Rev. J. B. Crouch camo tip yesterday to visit relatives In Laurel will have a fair after all. lightful refreshments), over which Mrs. nnd a good write-uof him and the tho Hubblo section. of Richmond, Tho directors have decided to hold ono A. W. Carpenter and Mrs. Ed Carter Baptist chUrch here by Joo F. Waters. Miss Kate Davis, Sept. 14 and Utrnf Editor Robert Leo Davis, is and it will beginManager R. M.last three presided, were served, which further The church was organized In the old Jackson added to tho enjoyment of an evening, Christian church on depot street Nov. days. Genural visiting Mrs. W. H. Curtis. has our thanks for a "comp." which proved entirely too short for the 20, 1S52. ' In 1S,9 a frame church was MissMauyA. McRohkkts gave a water-melobuilt on the site that the present new party to omo40 of her Price, fath- happy crowd. Sent ON. Tom and fe?s brick church stands, which was built little friends a few evenings since. son, were sent to j.ill charged er and CHURCH CHATTER. in 18S3. Rev. Crouch is the 10th pasMiss Srsit: Laslky will be up from with burning Winter Wright's blackto spend a few smith shop, an account of which was Ellznbclhtown tomorrow In 1SSS there wero l.)0,210 Southern tor and the membership now numbers ' days with her mother, Mis. Annie S. given In our Tuesday's Hustonvlllo let- Presbyterians. In 1SDS thero aro 209. Tho Tate's Creek Association will meet with the church for the 4th Lasloy. a gain of 30 per cent. ter. Mil. J. S. WELLS came up Tuesday Foreign time in the last half century, next Tho Christian Church SUUSCRMTIONS for the silver service Tuesday. and took his wife nnd child, who had m Kentucky battleship will be mission books will close September 30. for tho been staying at Walnut Flat, back to Tho secretary expects over $100,000. In the Seventh congressional district received by Postmaster J. C. Florence, Dnnvlllo. There will be no preaching at the tho goldbug papers have, without exthat Is If anybody wishes to contribute Mil. AND MitS. D. O. McllKYNOLDS, Sunday morning, but ception, concluded to support Mr. Setof his hard oarnud money to such a Baptist church of Decatur, 111., aro visiting Mrs. R. Dr. W. B. Crumpton will preach at tle, tho Democratic candldato for confund. S. Lytic, Mrs. W. 11. Penny and other night. gress. -, relatives. Dr. P. W. Carter, graduate in den. The Ladles' Aid Society of the of the tal surgery, hat opened an olllco over Junction City Presbyterian church Queen !c Crescent low excursion rate Mil. A. E. DAUOHKitTY. Co., Lexington, Hlgglns A; MeKlnney; Transylvania Printing store and is will glvo a watermelon social in the G. A. R. Encampment at Cincinnati. family of Mr. William prepared to serve tho public most satis- church yard tonight, Aug 20. Ask your ngent is visiting the of the. Daugherty. factorily In his line. A share Rev. Thomas Rowland, a Baptist to until 3, CSfOnly a few weeks thingswe go till market for Fall and Winter Miss Mac.oik Mitchell, of Rich- patronage is solicited. preacher, aged 70, is dying ut Eddy-vlll- e, hum then. we will ninke Goods and mond, is tho guest of Miss Katlo Flanof hydrophobia, from the bite of A Garrard county republican, nnd agan, and Mr. Dan Sexton, of Louisa dog ho didn't know was mad. a prominent one, offered to bet tho I ville, is visiting her. A serious uprising has taken plnco at at Lancaster Monday Plior. G. W. McCHOltP. of the Ohio J. representative Gilbert would beat the Nadoa, in tho Interior of Hainan Island , and that Hon. G. G. Stnto University, at Columbu-and tho American missionaries Ho vChlna), wife, who Is a sister of Rev. F. W. "grey goldlng" in that county. and native converts are in danger. figures that Davison will lose Garrard Dentist, Stnnford, Ky. Allen, were hli guests. Tho College of tho Bible has olTered Storo. - McKlnney's OlHre over lllcctn says that by 125. Tin. Hurrodsburg Sayings the Christian Orphans' Home School Sollclti a ".lisiro of the patronage of the com- Mr. CO tho city editor of tho Democrat, SKIPPED. OUle Farmer, who has SH.OOO for Its share in tho 110 ncrcs of inunU John G. Pulllam, has resigned nnd will boon working out a fine for disorderly land bequeathed by Mrs. Sullle Logan ! mako a tour of tho South. conduct, gave Jailer DeBord the slip Rev. Dr. E.O. Guerrant, of Wilmore, Mil. AND MUS. J. H. BAUailMAN tho other day and he has not been will preach In tho Presbyterian church entertained tho Economical Club last heard of since. He was sent after a at MeKlnney Sunday morning next at Acres, One mtlo of Hubblo, Fnrm owning. Mr. and Mrs. Hume Logan, bucket of water when ho skipped out. 11 and at Hustonvllle at 7:30 in tho ev- Ky. i0 of 200 to co In heat, 30 to go In Acres "We will store wheat at a less price than you can store ening. corn, balance In clover anil grass. Or will of Louisville, were spccinl guests. Farmer had lt' more days to serve. Tor .. Eld. Ed. Hubbard closed a four rent improtements unl lt.ks separate. Mil. A. B. McKlNNKY went up to it yourself. All who stored last year made money, Also information apply to 'Jelltco Wednesday morning to seo his THE Odd Fellows of Lexington at week's meeting at Needmoro with six further G. A. faWINEllKOAI. Hubble. . Ky.. for their outing addltious. Somo of the time he was 501m Or G. It. Swlncbroad, Lancaster, wlfo and tho little girl, which has making big preparation will either buy, store or sell you sacksto &torc. Call and at Llnnletta Springs, Aug. 31,andhun. assisted by Elds. F. W. Allen and Josrecently arrived at II. G. Cook's. big pro-- , eph ! see us. Severance. Mus. M.J. Millek, who returned dreds of them aro coming. A us that gram of amusements has been arrange from Nashville yesterday, tells At the Elkhorn Baptist Association D. Shelby has conheld In Lexington, tho report of tho Save Money. Swoaglo's Little Asle Cutter the train she was on ran over and cd and Manager J. to furnish dinner at a small committee on Stato missions showed boy near Bowling Green, who tracted Does Tho Business. killed a cost. PntontPil Julv 14. 1601. J. 11. GKEEK. of 570 baptisms and 1.1S2 conversions lived at Glasgow Junction. .. Rtnnfonl. Kv.. bus the rlcht of four coun BY some means or other the I. J. during tho past year. COL. J. W. CaPEUTON, of Richmond, ties. Call at his shop ami havo your buggy Tho handsome Cumberland Presby- examined. All work guaranteed satisfactocouldn't stand It any longer so camo man In his loiter from Brodhead forgot ry or no pay. Every man, anil in fact down and spent a day or two with his to speak of tho splendid music at. the terian church at Sturgls was struck in speaks In hlgli terms of this Improveband, tho cupola by lightning and tho build wlfo at Castlo Cobb. Tho colonel Is an fair furnished by tho Brodhead ment who has seen tho work done. S1.50 Is all wo havo for a complete assisted by several others than tho rog. ing was soon enveloped in names, provannexationist with a very big A. it Job. Not only was It of a ing a total loss, with no Insurance. BUSINESS has gotten so good at tho ular members. was no stint of In tho five States of Arkansas, MisLouisville Storo that Manager T. D. high order, but thero should also have told of the grand souri, Tennessee, Kentucky and TexRaney telephoned to Hustonvlllo for numbering 705,800 gave to Smith D. Yowell to help him out and success Col. J. Peter Chandler again as, Baptists foreign missions 840,140,48. This la showed himself to bo aa ring master. ho Ib now behind the counters there. cents per member. five and 1, Misses Clara and Jean Bruce THE Kings Mountain Canning Co. la J. H. Carter sends ua word to extend Louisville, who aro putting up 800 bushels of tomatoes a HaLDEMAN, of an Invitation to everybody to attend visiting tho Misses Buchanan at Crab day. or 10,000 cans, and Mr. W. L. tho dedication exercises of Falrview 0 Orchard, camo down with Miss Maggie tells ua that ho will put up church next Sunday. Tha building Ib HiK.hn.nnn Wednesday and spent the cans, if tho season continues, which complete and everything la in readiday with MIsb Esslo Burch. haB been tho best for many years. Ho ness for a notublo day. Mr. and Mrs. F. Reid and family put up 12,000 to 15,000 cans of blackTho American Baptlat Year Book will be most heartily welcomed to Dan- berries and will go on sweet potatoes, for 1898, just Issued, gives ua tho total ville, as they will bo roost desirable ad- when tho tomato season la over. Tho of Baptist churches in tho United ditions to tho community. Mrs. Reld factory is now working 125 hands. Statca 43,397, with 4,055,806 members. Is a sister of Mrs. Mary Bowman, who v fyv,j . R, C. Enoleman Invited this olllco Tho gain over 1890 la 2,639 churches will bo her next door neighbor. Advo1897 thero and tho following gentlemen to eat and 231,708 members. In cate. D. W. wero 198,432 baptisms. Prof, and Mrs. M. O. Winfrey watermelon with him nt Mr. evening: About 1,000,000 persona havo been A Modern have arrived and will occupy Dr. Pen- Vandeveor'a store, tho other toChrlat In India, 350,000 In Africa, Tho Glasgow News Judge J. P. Bailey, Mr. Vandcveer, W. won ny's residence. B. MeKlnney, W. E. 75,000 in China, 40,000 in Japan. In Is not complete without a number of arspeaks In highest terms of tho couple L.Evans, W. of Judge W. R. Carson, J. S. tho South Sea Islands, In most and endorses tho professor as a schol- Varnon, tho people 50 years ago were ticles in Rubber, We sell you a good and S. H. Shanks. A splendid which arly and polished gentleman, of much Hundley cannibals, Christianity is now Family Syringa for 50c, better ones up to capaolty aa a 47 pound melon served tho whole party savage cxporlenco and great pronounced It the finest they tho prevailing religion. goods we arc sure to 6uit teacher. Ho was special examiner In and all Tho Danvlllo conference of Virginia 82. In other ponslon bureau for threo ever tasted. Then Mr. Engloman sont tho U. S. At Ten Fer Cent. Lower Than Anybody. See Us Beforo You Buy. has followed tho example sot by tho you. inado a record for discovering thla olllce another just as largo and tho years and and unanimously boys were aa happy for awhile aa any Georgia conferences .and exposing frauds that ought to passed resolutions condemning tho his tooth In tho hlra to tho hearts of all honest Negro who over stuck means used in getting that appropria - MitS. V. A. TimiliLi: and son re- -i turned from Mason county yesterday. Dl. G. W. BnONOlXiu Is spending a few days with his brother in Nicholas Aug. 26, 189S villa. Mns. Many Penny went to Lcxlnp-to- n yestordny to sec her sister, who is 3 ' 1 Glearanee Sale I n. ... p ... -- -- Boys' Overcoats, 6 to 9 Yrs., 65c. 's n. New Fall Goods JOHN P. JONES. W. W. WITHERS, Frames. i in satl-tie- to-da- y, Fine Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, Picture Smyrna and Moquette Rugs. :s ... 30-od- d bap-rze- p n LISTEN TO THIS I M 217,-07- 5, ... We will Save you Money on any Article of Merchandise. $ t- I Don't Eur Before You See Us. $ ... DR. P. W. CARTER, i SJS!i57?iVC SONS. i 'm&mm!immimmmmm&wmmmmi St ... FOR RENT K-- WRECKED J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. over-i'bor- ty i-- For It-H- o Gift Only I m. ... slx-tcnt- Mc-Car- ty 200,-00- Beginning Sept. I will only for Cash or Produce. Get my Prices before buying. MARK HARDIN, STANFORD. 4-- - m - -- LOOK HERE I Corn Harvesters, V 4., t 31 '1 i i 1 Household Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, i en-de- ar men. luscious fruit. Penny's Drug Store. B. K. WEAREN A SON. tJ. ! JI u V, , .) . , J V " f . i an --hi j'ihjissj:wz j.- ' . , rTtr " "5 LAND AND STOCK. CLAHENCE COLEMAN AT HOME AGAIN. THE INTERIORJOURNAL September wheat Is only worth 01 c MlDDLEUCHG, Aug. 23. OriCC 111010 in Chicago. I have the pleasure of penciling u, G. C. Abraham sold his wheat to V. to the I. J. from this place. After E. Perkins at 01c. 0 lonjj a time I succeeded Saturday Josh Wilson sold at Lancaster Mon Sl F2CR. YKVll IX ADVAKCK evening' in getting a seven-da- y leave of day 1(1 calves at $11. absence and boarded the next train for charged. Mack Hardin bought of Win. Beck-twOT- - When not sopaldffi.gO will he home . It is indeed quite a treat to one cows and calves for $o2.o0. so long confined to get back to a good W. H. Underwood has told several bed, good cpub and the many other lots of old corn at S2 at his crib. good things that vc never hear tell of E. P. Woods has sold his crop of in Uncle Sam's service. I was not out wheat to Carter & Straub at iWc. side Chlckaraauga Park for days G. C. Abraham traded some damaged and of course was naturally happy as a wheat to Carter k. Straub nt 40c. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. 'June bug in weather" to J. P. Ballard sold to Clay Arnold, of OS a. M. No. 8 Arrrhcsat Stanford at get out of military doings even for the Garrard, 1(1 yearling steers at $2.i. V.. liiorn Stlllford at - 1 W A. M. DAV. short time given me. No! 21 Arrives nt Howlaud at II. Bell, of Circlevllle, O., bought In iiw r. m. Ko. 22 leaves Stanford at The future of our regiment seems to Garrard 120 cattle at 4c. me to be all uncertainty. That tho J. B. Green sold his crop of tlunitrcdn KNQXVILLE DIVISION. men want to return to their firesides wheat to J. II. Baughman & Co. nt 5."c. can not bo withheld. The regiment is Conrad Hlatt sold to Culton it Buch-aua12 37 p uj .. Ko. 24 Train going North almost unanimous. This holds good of Crab Orchard, 22 steer calves " " A Aim No. 26 " outh with all the regiments, fully 93 per at S14. is No. 25 1 ' No. 23 " cent of the men hoping for the day Two black, 200 pound stray sows, aro For allll'olnti. to come when Uncle Sam will give atinyfarm. Owner call and get. W. KO'IOU T1CKKTS fcOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. them nn honorable discharge and send P. Carson. them back to their homes. They enFor any Information enquire of S. G. Anderson sold to Andrew listed to fight and they think it any- Thompson eight short yearling steers Agent, JOE S. RICE, Stanford, Ky. thing but right that they should longer at SlO.oO. be held in tho service when they W. M. Matheny bought of various FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. should and want to bo at their homes parties 10 yearling steers nt $10 and 13 p. m., with their parents, wives and children calves at $13.50 ralnsleaTeVmnkfortatCSOA. M.and 3 reach-U- as Q. A C. and the case may be. The officers are of connecting at Georgetown with A white ewe camo to my place a 10 r. M. at 8:40 a.m. and 5:rnnnpctin? Leave M. course as a general thing perfectly . .. at ueonremonth ago. Owner please call. David t in-- i . town wlt'hQ. A Gaud reaching Frankfort at 11.53 well satisfied with a cood thlnar and Burton, Highland. hope to remain longer. It is said that R.NEWTON. A. O. P. A. . T. Colo Gulley, of Garrard, sold to the colonel and other olllcers are work- an Ohio party a car load of 000 to ing to get the Second Kentucky for QUEEN & CRESCENT. heifers at 3c. garrison duty in Cuba or Porto Rico John B. Foster bought of Myers Trains raas Junction City as follows; and as Gen. Breckinridge is a Ken- - Bros. 30 acres of corn, fodder and all, in 4 11 p m 12 02 p m No. 2 North No. 1 South " ......11 49 a in "4 " No. 3 ?j!m lucKian anu a great lavorlte with our tho field at 31 per bushol. " fi " ......IStpni boys, they may succeed. No. 5 " ......lllSara The boys say 6 00 a in W. H. Murphy has rented his fine 8 05pm "10 " No. 9 " "No. 1 does not stop. No 2 stops only for pion they don't want to go now after they farm to Lewis L. Doty, of Garrard, and eers from South ol somerset, v ana iu run nu iu were treated like they have been and will likely go to Texas to live. ther than Junction City and 3 and C only to Sow are not at all taken with such recognirset. M. S. Baughman bought at Lancaster tion. There aro of course a few excep- Monday seven mare mules at 8o3 and tions. I would still like to see Cuban two horse mules for S90. They are all Royal Hake the food pure, wholesome and dsllclosu. soil and one time would have been wll cotton mules. ling to face Mauser bullets to have Jeff Reeves claims to have raised the gone. Clarence Coleman. boss musk melou, being 29 Inches long and 32 Inches In circumference, and HUBBLE, weighed 42 pounds. Winchester Sun. Elder Geo. Gowan will be at the Dr. Hugh Reld's wheat threshed so Christian church hero Sunday. far averagee 22 bushels per ncrc. Tho Pinkeye is working the horse stock rain stopped the thresher. He has in this community, some having died sold his crop of about 1,000 bushels at few-line- s o SO-od- d aun-shln- (mmM m JjmwKm A Beautiful Ac and In line uf rultlr Two dwelling limited roo.1 L.trni. oirlirnl. futn nud Iltll miM ran 1 1 Imunlit. IWpMlnn given to Milt inriliaier fall on or niMivs J C. lion. i IV) FARM FOR SALE, .fflKSiS well watered ln( Acre, 4MIII MiCCAHY, Mnlilnnl, Ky S-TAR- CH J t ucyydwssrrF.WHC; DM celebrated MB ftlQUMSttOCOOtmC7 ovnb m cr tm or an r oim: itAita. tch win. oo y 1 A for a few months to all users of the ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron Brand). To induce you to try this brand of starch, so that you may find out for yourself KB1 that all claims for its superiority and econFQH1 omy are true, the makers have had prepared, at great expense, a series of c m FREE Present JT. T. SUTTONT, Undertoltor, - Qustonville, Kentucky Offer liUarrrltfs to the Ivple ofWVtt Lincoln tnl Cavy coiiiitle Hill ituv't of ulUuiaiid hand I). &. Caruter, Manager. V5 LOUISVILLE HOTEL Louisville. Ky., AMERICAN & EUROPEAN i 12-- two-year-o- n, GAME PLAQUES exact reproductions of the $to,coo originals by Muville, which will be given you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below. These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference, are free of any suggestion of advertising whatever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. No manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only in the manner specified. The subjects are: American Wild Ducks, American Pheasant, English Quail, English Snip. The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each Plaque is bordered with a band of gold. ClThe Ladies Hestnumiit is the lint's t in the city. Kvury convenience for Indies spending the day In the city. GonllciK-n'Cafe on olllce tloor. s THOMAS A. MULLICAN, Manager. iMtisic - Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday I'.vunitm. Odd Fellows, (I. O. O. F. g .. .- -I ELASTIC STARCH has been the standard for as years. TWENTY-TW- O How To Got Thorn: All pnrchaaon of Ihroo 10 conl or Is Scrnt par)tajrcs of Elaitle HMrch (Flat Iron Hraml), aro entitled lore-celr- o from their grocer one. of theao beautiful Own Plaque free. Ttio plaque will not bn sent by mall. Tliejr can be obtained only from your jrrocer. Lodc. Boston, Mass., Sept. Sovereign Grand 10 to 24, 1808. One Fare for Round Trip 700-pou- nd AULLION packages of this brand were sold last year. That's how good it is. ASK YOUR DEALER to show you the plaques and tell you about Elastic Starch. Accept no substitute. Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. Do not delay. ThU offer la for a abort tlmo only. "Big Four Route," "Big Four Houtc," or nddres. WA ItltlUC J. LYNCH, I. (. MtCOUMlOK, A Ikl. Agt. A 1"om Traittlc Mr :n. Tickets will be on .nle Sept. 10, IT nnd IS, returning good lenviiig Boston not la-tthan Sept. :W, 1SI3. For tickets and full Inforiniitlon mil on Ticket AifOlil. or i usnsyAn.u!'. sWv li aiWV n 1 b7 'VJflVHl Wliii VaaaVKUsJU " Pif POWDER Aktolutel Pur POatR CO., M liyr aKf V .HiaBaTvAaT WMMfyV;'jtKtJLiAJr,kHmsr'l:iMJ '"L'l" FT mMZJF'iBitr m j ,Jr SM FIRE INSURANCE 1 MLflHli''LBBV'' 'i.'im M"BBiBr M mtf YORK. ROYAL BAKIM1 CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS from Its effects. Mrs. Mary Eneleman Is visitlnir friends here. Mrs. B. W. Glvcns has been on the sick list for a few days. G. A. Swlnbroad is talking of renting his furui, and moving to town on account of his wife's health.. Both will be bad ly missed in our community. A. J. Rice sold Geo. Woods some 900 pound steers at 4c. D. N. Prcwltt sold Robert Elkln G2 ewes at $3.50. Mr. Bell, from Ohio, has bought 1G9 til MMHtt w aw GOc. Searchlight Is proving himself a I Insuranoe Company OP HROOKIWN. great pacer this year. At Dubuque, Iowa, Tuesday, he won in straight heats over a large field in the fast timo of 2:04 i. 11 iWn utir v tmmmmmW' mmmmmmmm UIbKLLHLLbbbbbbbbHbbbbbbbbbbbbbS f aijail mm Mm bbbbbbW bbbbbbw SjlJlJlijlJlJiaijljpaBwa-.- i' NOW OPEN. Cool, Exhilarating, Restful. Music, ments and Good Living. Amuse- bead of feeding cattle of various parties in this community at 4c to bo re ceived about the mlddlo of October. L. G. Hubble sold 30 good feeding cattle to J. C. Eubanks at 4ic to be received November 1st. Gentry Bros, sold their wheat to J. H. Baughman & Co., at COc per bushel. FOOD FOR THOUGHT. i' ? P Ji-'- i fl IfJ f'J There are some figures and facts that are always interesting. Royal Baking Powder is shown by For Terms nddess, 1)11. J. S. STA 1M I'rin. the U. S. government tests to vleld 45-Crab Orchard, Ky GUS UOFMANN, Prop. 1G0.G cubic inches of leavening gas per ounce, a much greater strength than ! was found in any other powder. The alum powders were shewn to 1,441. DR. R. MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. EXECUTORS' SALE! yield about GO cubic inches. A meeting of prominent Kentucky If not sold prUnt.dv tN'fore. wo will sell : Kentucky. Is it not economy to use tho Royal, agriculturists was held in Shelbyvllle OCT. 1, IMis, tt at auction ou Aexecutoiaof the lait will of Wyatt lUghw, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd oven though the alum powders should last Thursdav. An agriculturist is a Acros, Farm of 87 SURGEON, Porters cost but half as njuch? table. Everything man who trms; a farmer Id n man who u On Hanging Pork one mile from 89 meet all trains. Again, Royal is a pure cream of tar makes a llv InjrolT a farm. Very few Wednesday, Aug. 31, 1898. Stanford, - - Kentucky. the Stnnford pike. It Is well Improved, with house of eight rooms, nit the U'Wit tar baking powder, recommended by farmers ever attend a meeting of agrl eIl to the holiest the the farm, aliout two nillrs from lUntllle.ua uecessan outhousiu. well watered and unrienant Hill tiirniille, Onicc over Illgglns J: McKlnney Store. A. S. PRICE, health olllcers and physicians because culturlsts. Glasgow Times. about der good" fence. Sale Is for the purpose if tt untlsfactory ilhMoii. Write to any of Dim the food raised by it is rendered more Agents are now cngnging lambs in 2eo Acres Surgeon Land. undersigned 'for further iartl4ulart 'or call Lincoln County National Sank. digestible and healthful. this section for next June and July de ThU place adjoin tlit farms of J. C.Caldnell 7 ,T Dentist, on or ndtlntts J. W. Dre at Huittotivllle, Koldiitou, and uthon The dart a room Alum baking powders are condemned livery at 5 and 5 cents. Lee, Fox & dwelllus, twobarnt and no -- ur) ouil.iiil.llm;, Kv. J. W. Drje. Mrs. J. P. Fimllor, Mrs. Kato uy pnysicians anu uoarus ol health as McDowell have up to this time sold The iH.il U firtlle, in a high Mute ol ciilthatlon.and THEASl'ItV DEPARTMENT, onrc or Tin: Stanford, Ky. II Torliuue and Mm. R. C. Ilradley. 4o tpU'ndldly watrrtxl Alto, at the rame time and coiiTiiot.i.i:it or unwholesome. Their continued use about 1,700 ewes at 83.50. Among the plate, the following iiiialty 7 hrwnl man t and Offloo over McRoberU' Drug Store in the0vlej Washington. I). C , August Mb. 1M. mule fills, hpjd ol line wnr!. iiiuli'., I milk cow Hitlldlng. will eventually cause serious digestive sales were 75 to J. Will Banghman, and calves. U head ol flue ho.'s, (VI Whereas, by Mitlsfurwirv evidonce prv- actn of mru iu j troubles. neld, "i Stanford: 170 to Wood Hatchett, Wash tn utensilt, arri-- 01 uaj in niu Maik, a lot orraiiu .ontcd to the umlcMlgiied. It has Itftn made ruckaway, ln bugyjr, hou.eliold nnd to C. Therefore there is both health and ington county; 70 to James Knox, 100 kitchen furniture. appear Hint The Lincoln Count v NaThe tile will le held on tho premium, and trill tional Hank of Muuford." In tho cltv of economy In the use of tho Royal. Is it Stanford. In tho county of Lincoln 'and to Will DeLong. Advocate. coiiimeiice at 'clock, a M , ahnrp. not imperative, the actual wholesome-nes- s Ixjwld TKRUi. Iheland rath, Over 15,000 people saw Martimas, at halaurti in txooiii.il paymeiiUof for onclhlrd yelirs, Stato of Kentucky, lui complied with all The onoauil two tho tirovNIons of the ttntuto of tlio United of the food being at stake, that with 6 ier long odds of 40 to 1, win tho great day of tale. tent, interest on dferred payment from States, ri'iiulrrd to bo count lod with Ixforo Tho jtnuin.il projwrty will ii wild on an association you should stubbornly reject the in tho shall bo authorized to com ntSheephcad Bay, nigh the following term, humtolglo and under, raitli Stanford, Ky., jurious and employ the healthful agent? futurity stakes of llaukliig. months time second, while the In hand, over 510, thrcu r.l'llltAIM without inter-et- . inenco tlio huslnessGeorge M. Collin, Deputy Decree comioc in Now, therefore, lin.ll.b, (.l.OIH.K lll(,lll,, and Acting Comptroller of the Currencv, do About one month ago my child public choices were nowhere. There .1 II J1LOIII.S. And hcrebt certify that "The Lincoln Couutv Ih Receiving Ills 23 starters and It took them one Uuglitli, Auulontr were T D. which is fifteen months old, had an Txecuton. k National Hank of stnnford" In the City of Stanford, In the Couut of Lincoln and Winter Goods. of diarrhoea accompanied by vom- hour and 32 minutes to get off. Tho fetate of Kentucky, Is nuthorizud to comiting. I gave Itsuch remedies as nre us- race was worth 81S.OO0 to the winner. $10,000 Sale of Lincoln County Eeb mence the business of Hanking ns provldod Goods Warranted. lit ectlon fifty ono hundred and slxtv nlno ually given in such cases, but us nothing James Riley, of New York, is too fat of the Ret Ned Statutes of tho t'nlted States. Fit Guaranteed. gaye relief, we sent for a physician In testimony w hereof witness my hand ding Sends. Re wcljzbs and It was under his care for a week. to live und too fat to die. Give Him a Call. and onl of oflico this ninth day of August, and Is so fat that peo los. At this time tho child had 'been sick over !i00 pounds, Wo the undersigned Committee appointed oeo. M.corriN. to work for them for about 10 days ana was having about plo do not want him lit :i spuclul Term of tho Deputy Couit of In any capacity. Recently ho tried to Lincoln County, held Aug. INcnl 1st)", will, Currencv and Acting Comptroller of the O 10. nnoi.nttnna nt i .1 ln.nt .. FIRST NATIONAL BANK And Dealer in No. 5lll2. his neck was so pursuant to nti order of said couit, 011 17. hours, und we were'eonyinced that un commit suicide, but OF STANFORD, KY. HARNESS, SADDLERY, &0. less it soon obtained relief it would not larsc and thick that the razor wouldn't Saturday, Sept. 24, 1898, each his jugulur. live. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera STANFORD, KY. of Jamaica is preparing a plebiscite to At 2 v. St., otfer for sale publicly In front JO Surplus, $15,750 Capital Stock $100,000. and Diarrhoea Remedy was reccomend-ed- , tlio door In Parliament, requesting Lincoln County Ilondsof Stanford, Ky., the British tho denomination THE and I decided to try it. I soon notAttention ol the public Is called to Hie f.ict that cncli. said bonds to inn 13 jear to arrange for of this Is the onlr National Hank iu btauford. UnPTlllrw UUPO iced a change for the better; by Its permission to endeavor with tlio privilege-oredeeming same after :)Tr der the premium ol the Natlonul Hank Act States. The five years, beuriug live per cent. Interest 1) depositors arcMtuied not only by the capital dock, i;uu;i continued use a complete cure was annexation to tho United per annum, payable aiiiuiiilly. but by the itoikboldeni' llabllltr (or nn amount promoters of this movement aro brought about and It is now perfectly eiuaUn the stock no that dojvsltorsoftliUluitltu-tlollontls to bear Interest from Sept 21, ISO?. to procure Intercolonial aro iecuretl bjr a fund of $ A0,0Oi), Fire sworn PENETRATES J AS. P. I1AII.EY. i healthy. C. L. Boggs, Stumpton, Gilstatements of th condition ol the Hank are made but they arc not dependCi:o,H. COOl'Elt, VCom'tee lu tbu Unite.! States (loTcrnmcnt and its each mer Co., W. Va., For sale by Craig & II. HELM, EIGHT GREAT STATES auetayear examined atstateil times bygoremiueut are ing upon it. Blocker, Druggists. ageiitf, thus securioic additional and ptrlcct ulct-tTho authoress, Mrs. Francis Hodgson deiiotltors. Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia Tbla Institution orlulnally cstabllihed as the North and South Carolina, Season Cool Wisconsin1 Resouts.-TI- ic Burnett, has secured a dlvoreo from 1898. posit Hank ol Stanford in 133ft, then reorganized as Alabama, Mississippi, Monon Route via Chicago ia the proper Mr. Burnett and tho right to resume the National Hank ofStautoul In 18C3 aiidscalu reorganized as the First National Hank of Stauford GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS to lino. Write 12. H. Bacon. D. P. A.. her raulden name, Francis Hodgson, but Iu Wl, has had practically mi uninterrupted existence for M years. It Is better supplied uow wit. Monon Route, Louisville, for pamph- her publishers protest against the lacllitles fur transacting business promptly and liberally than ever before in Its long and honorable lets, rates and timo tables for all ro change because the change of name I wUh to announco that this popular sumcareer. Accounts of Indlrlduals, fiduciaries, firms Retween Loutsvlllo and tho South. sorts in Wisconsin, Minnesota and destroys Its commercial value. mer resort will bo open for tho accommodaand Indlrlduals solicited. of guests. Michigau. Information DIRECTORS. It is said that there are lol holidays tion cheerfully F. Held, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Harden, Stanford tfivon and services of un aont to meet observed in Manila. S. H. lUughuisn, S. T. Harris, " all parties on arrival of trulns at LouT. P. Hill, Hotker, ' Each way between Louisville nnd Lexington J 8. Walton " V.'. A. Trlbblo, ' W. V. isville and Chicago rendered free. Unusually low excursl on rate to Cln Rcduucd rates during tho 'first month. J. H Collier.Crab Oreh'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. For Information In regard to rates, etc., W. A. TURK, O. P. A., Queen fc Crescent Route to clnnati, M , D.Elmore, btanford. nddreti Queen ic Crcacont low rates to Cin G. A. R. Encampment Sept. mnk J. Reed, O. P. A., Chicago. Washington. D. O. TickorriCBits. T. II. WKIOIIT, W. II. TAVLOE. A. O. P. A. E, II. Bacon, D. P. A LoulsvUle, Ky clnnati, Sept. 3d to J.;S. Hocker, President; J. J. McRoberts Csihls 0th. 2.' Crab Orchard, Ky. ets sell September 3d to 0th. Louisville, Ky A. A, McKinney,AUtantCaihIer. Mason Hotel first-clas- s. The celebrated Bosquo Bonlta farm in Woodford, 121 acres, was sold at auction by Capt. Harry Gllmorc to We are out this year with some new Improvement. Some manufacturers imitate George H. Watson, the Frankfort dis We don't; wo originate. Perfect in ba'ance, light drafl, force feed, Ac. tiller, at 8125 an acre. Grasshoppers are laying bare the fields of farmers in Graves county. Thousands of dollars worth of prop- When you nre oflercd a disc drill Others nre imitation. We were unable to fit erty has been ruined. No wheat can our orders lnt year, and kindly ask yon to place your order with'm early for the boat be sown until they have gone. 011 earth, The Democrat says that there were HIGG-IN- S 1,000 cattle on the court day market at Winchester, best ToO to feeders selling at 4; heifers sold at 3 200-Acr- c Sale, and sheep at S3 50 each. Kindlg bought All In lilue Gra. a ntrt of the Old rrnl-mland well watered. Two a lot of common mule colts at $1S to Ilrlxht farm (oolatxk lxtrn umlrr mnitriu TINNING & PLUMBING, fair dnllin; 835. Hon. Kay trrtu) (irevnerry Hrlglit, Manfonl, STA NFORD, IC Y. , Montlc Fox weighed up at Lancaster Ky. I now prepared to do alt kinds of Plumbing G3 cattle ho bought of Jake Monday Sale Rent, and Tinning, bole proprietors of Doun'a Robinson at 4.85; 31 ho bought of W. Our Farm of ISC Acm of lrtClaM Illaclc Diamond Hoof Pumt . Telephone No. land, .ituaW'd Icm tlian half mllo trom llutlutinlle 20, residence R. Cook at 4Jc and 34 of Leander DavShop on Mill St., oiiilto J. Rien Jan. Mwn:irir-lleII. Ilaughtnnn & Co.'s Mill when li wlrel. U 11 and M J. Adam, idson at 4ic. The first and second lots Ky. 44 l( averaged 1,420 pounds and tho third Caledonian : Insurance Co., 01 Scotland. KOUN'DIiD 1HOO. AlwayslAsk For The "Superior," & McKINNBY. R. B. M AHON Y, Agt 6 , sTAsronn, : KV COLLEGE MONDAY, HOME. '98. 1,000-poun- d Farm For or 1 1 r J. T". Jones, Will enter uiion lt fourth rears' work. with greatly increased facilities. SEPT. 5th, Instruction thorough, no whitewashing Select, private, number limited; no idler wanted. For terms and conditions of apply to 7t 1 Illue-(,ra- a Vb-- e e, 21-- tf Iancaster, FOR SALE m. PH6LPS, FARM J- -2 Hutton-vllleo- g J53359w or 11 jc.jtfcCiAY 1 1 H. RUPLEY, 111 Merchant Tailor, Fall ut-tae- UNDERTAKER! SQUtfiern Court-llou.- se Railway TAKE THE f n MONON, 4S-- td u of I. The Popular Route Through Sleeping Cars CHICAGO. E: T-crasri- 1898. three: daily trains 5-- 10. j' L " xL 't r "s 'i. iL. !i.