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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898090201 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. in SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXV11. NEWS IN THE VICINAGE, DANVILLE, ol INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER counties. 2.. 1898. NO. 52 r Chasse des Foes mot at Gllohor Ho-tJohnson Bros' meeting at Pellyton, Sell Goods Cheap ? Well, if yrn Tuesday afternoon to orgunlze for Adair county, closed with 40 conversions. tlio winter. Win. Rou.nson, aged 10, and MUs Prof. W. O. Wlntor, of Oakland. O., Experience you wi know that Willie Harris, 1.1, were married at has been employed by the board of Cadiz. trustees of Centre college as director . or ttio gymnasium, Muhala Mulllns, the Tennessee Dr. Spurgoon Cheek stopped over a Cause of Our Success Lies in the moonshiner, with her ."00 pounds, has few days as ho returned from Clneln-bofor- c again become u wife. null, having beeu on board the hospit- Gilbert Sayler and Miss Eliza Turner, both of the East End, were mar hi iruui iu run iiiumas. Of Our Goods, Making People Travel Mr. J. II. Otter sold to Mrs. M. E. ried ut Squire W. D. Wuilln's bv that gentlemau yesterday. Stephens a lot on McGroty Ave., for In tho United States bachelors out?Ju0. Mrs. Hay6 bought a cottage on To patronize us; especially to see such lines as Stetson Stacy Adams Shoes, number the spinsters by over 2,000.000. Manhattan Shirts, Sweet Orr Pants. Best Clothing Made. Hals. Good's Guaranteed. Is treasurer. It Broadway from Mr. L. M. Grav for journed. All Sayre, of that city, In Kentucky there are 123.1SS bachel of Jl.150. will pipe oil from the oil fields Mrs. Mary Waldon's report for the ors and but 31,704 maidens. POLITICAL POINTS, Wayne county to Somerset. Rev. W. L. Huvden, of Edlnburg, Boyle county election commis- Christian church of this place states The Judge Chas. A. Ulchic, of Louisville, Penn., und Mrs. James Hayden, of KY. 136. II. Bnugh- - that the mUMon bands and junior C. sioners organized with J. formerly a leading republican, announ- Bowling Green, were married Tuesdny. ox, cre-tary, E. societies have given more to misman, chairman, Thos. II. I sions than liny other in the State du ces that ho will support Oscar Turner They had never met each other until and N. K. Tunis, treasurer. 1 he for Congress. ring July and August. three duys before. board of trustees of Centre College John Rhea, satisfied that he has Mayor Fisher continues to Improve OakJeremiub Powers cut Bert Davis to have employed Mr. O. Winter, of things all right In tho 3d, has gone death ut Wukarusa, Ind., in u fight over D. Flat- our little city. For sometime the land, O., to succeed Prof. M. walks and gutters have been filled with East to make speeches. He will uppear tin engugement with Miss Mabel Pat-totery as Director of the Doyle-Huweeds und malted grass. He will now at Wilmington, Del.. Sept. 3. who witnessed the trouble. Powphrey Gymnasium. auvocuio. The democratic congressional conWhite, 40 years of age, have ull this removed and the appear- vention of the Fifth district nominated ers was also badly cut. Capt. S. U. busl-neance of the city will be greatly ImprovThe engagement of MUs Kutherlne undone of the most prominent Turner for congress, reartlrmed Helm, of Louisville, daughter of James dead ed by It. 7 men of HIchmond, was found Death never crosses a threshold the Chicugo platform of ISOO und en P. Helm, attorney for the L. tc N. railIn an upstairs room of bis residence without bringing sorrow and grief, but dorsed Bryun for president In 1000. road, to Dr. Samuel Hamilton Halley, by his wife, who went to call hltn to when he lays his The new election law will be tested of Lexington, is announced. The date hand on a beloved days Capt. White supper For several husband, tho Intensity of our sorrow In mandamus suit filed against Auditor of tho wedding is November 10. had been complaining and that after- Is Increased and loving hearts are Stone to compel payment of the expenGen. Casslus Mnrcellus Clay who be- Out of suits that cost from f 10 to $12. Call at once and get first choice as these wife, noon wont out riding with his crushed by tho sad summons. Our ses Incurred by tne election commis- came conspicuous ugain some months Goods will not last long at the price. but; noon returned going to bis room. community was much shocked by the sioners. The case will be beard at the ago by his child wife, formerly Dora Deceased was u prominent trader, pol sad news of the death of Mr. Stevo September term of the Franklin cir- Richardson, refusing to live with him, Crab Orchard, Ky. itician and Mason, and had an exten- WhltOfiof Richmond, has filed a suit for divorce in Madison who married cuit court. sive acquaintance In Central Kentucky. MUs Maggie In a private letter to the Richmond circuit court. Tho place he gave her Rowland of our city. He Ho was stamp clerk under Collector leave a wife and three beautiful lit- Pantagraph, Judge DavUon says he In Woodford Is to be part of the alitime captain of 1 lodes and for a long girls. May the God of all grace will open bin campaign about the 2oth mony. wjjl military company at HIchmond. tle the sustain and comfort them. Messrs. S. of September and expects to make a George Arnold and AUIo Lankford His wife, who Is a daughter of Col. V., W. S. and D. P. Rowland and Mr. winning fight. For "winning fight" wero to have been married at Lanniu9, Sidney V. Rowland of Danville, and and Mrs. E. T. Rowland attended the read "still hunt." That's always the Texas, Tuesday. Mr. Arnold was four children survive him and funeral Wednesday. game of the g. g. If it's Quality, If it's Price, our 6tock will suit you, no matter what taken sick Friday. He grew critically they arc bowed down with grief by the W. T. Fowler in an Interview nt ill and sent for Miss Lankford to come you want in the Shoe or Furnishing Line. It will pay you to look Mr. B. F. Slavln and Mrs. Nannie here for It. Our Fall and Winter Stock is ready. Hopkinsvlllo said: "I am the regular to his bedside, and sho hastened away Jones have gone to Houston, Texas, A terrible murder and suicide was nominee lor Congress of the Second fromherhome ina carriage. The horse for a lengthy visit. Mrs. Amanda committed near Annvllle, Jackson Woolfork is the guest of her son, II. district republicans und shall run to ran away aud Miss Lankford was killsulcldo wns county. Tho murderer aud shall goon the stump at ed. At almost the same moment ArE. Woolfork. Mr. T. N. Roborts has the end. Are joked in these. We are anxious to show you these goods. Let's no Ices a person thun Judge Levin P. from New York. Mrs. Leon- once. I received 122 votes when it re- nold died, and neither of the betrothed tako one shoe out of 50 kinds and styles and call your attention to it. county court. returned Johnston, of the Jackson It is high cut, leather lined,.heavy sole, box calf; good enough foi eleard Tingle is visiting her sisters, the quired only Ws to elect. I do not be- I knew- - of the death of tho other. The Report say ho went hotnu under the MlscoGIovaunoli. gance, cheap enough for economy. Different toes nnd a shoe that hove Mr. Jolly will make an Indepen- young couple wero burled side by side, Miss Eugenia Young will please. Women's. Misses' and Children's Shoes that are, "because Inlluence of whisky and began to abuse next day In the little village church-yar- d health, has returned from Michigan. Master dent race." you want it we have it." his wife, who was In delicate A Frankfort dispatch euya that the E. P. Faulconer entertained Tuesday at Lannlus. whereupon she left for the home of her defeat of Hon. C. W. Lester in tho away. Johnston afternoon from four to six In honor of mother, some distance MIDDLEBURG. The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, KY. Miss Bolle Combs, of Bowling Green. race for the republican nomination for picked up his Winchester and followed - v-- v ;, pinvMUs MoLouey, of Cynthlana, Is the Appellate Judge In the Third district John Swope gave a watermelon party her, remarking that be would bring of his friendship for Gov. Brada guest of her sister, Mrs. J. R. Savage. because at Alex Hicks' Saturday night. her back. Ho had been gone but Miss Mary Bruca, of Sudalla, Mo., who ley is still the principal theme of disAs Juson Wesley was alighting from ltttlo while, when his gun was heard. cussion among his frlouds there, and Johnston and has been spending her vacation with they are the hack his foot slipped and he fell Upon Investigation M not looking with a kindly eye In this county, has returned .! against the platform in front of the liis wife wore both found ueau, sue friends upon the man wno caused it. through her neck, home. Miss Kato Winston, of Washpostolllce, nnd hurt his hip pretty seriwith a bullet hole il!. A dispatch from HIchmond says: ington, D. C. Alice the bullet breaking It, and hu with the Hurboe. Mr. is visiting Miss Tues- In response to the wishes of many ously. His school is dismissed in conu MorrU Farrls left sequence of the accident. twholo top of his hoad blown olT, his I day night for Now Mexico and other friends Hon. John B. C'henault has wife. There is great dissatisfaction among body lying across that of the V announced himself a democratic canpoints. We hope that the change of those who attended the Rus&ell Springs climate will soon CRAB ORCHARD." him to health. didate for Auditor of the Stute. Ho fnlr. The managers teems to have Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Roberts hae re- U an original free silver man, former Tatum fc Collier have sold their mill turned from Nashville. Mr. Roberts is chairman of the democratic county gone into it to make money and if thoy Telescopes, Club Bags. committee, Vice President of the did not succeed It was not because they to Hugh Logan. enjoying Improving slowly. MUs Bell, of Louis, State Bank & Trust Company aud paid any out. Several rings ndvertised The young folks are greatly vllle, Is tho guest of Mrs. John Qulsen-borrwere called In and they refused to pay the lovely moonlight nights. HorseMiss May Wood has returned to belongs to ono of the most prominent full premiums in others. The hotels etc., are the fad back rides, hay rides, ! Cincinnati after a pleasant visit to families In Kentucky. and boarding houses were not equal to horo. Miss Zllpha Smith. MissLettlo Green tho crowds present each day and many PATRICIDE IN CASEY, Mies Roxle Spangler Is just recover- entertains from I to 0 In honor from quite a distance had to return to One ing from a sevcro spell of fever. V. R. Coleman writes that he tried to of Miss Johnson, of Maysville. homes at night. Is said III with of her brothers is also quite telephone this killing Monday, but their (lowed freely Whisky and it was much to have Napier Is Tho republican convention of the could not get connection. ! the same disease. McClure eighth district was called to order by. more easily to obtain a drink of it than Improving rapidly. Prof. Elliott began W. J. Wllmore, of Jessamine, aud Dr. Sunday afternoon about 4:30 at Mt. In Latest Designs and Colors. his school at the high school building Worrall opened with prayer. Mr. J. Olive, Perry Cox shot and instantly a drink of water. It required 12 or 15 : shotlast Monday. R. II. Bronaugh return- W. Yerkes, of Boyle, and C. C. Wal- killed his father, James Cox. Bad feel-- , policemen with guns to keep order during the day, und Edmlston ed home this week. D. B. lace, of Madison, had been previously lngs had existed between them for sev nights were made hideous by pistol will bo returned to his old place as U. recommended as temporary chairman eral years and the killing was not a shots und yells of drunken men. S. ganger here this month. Miss Clara nnd seeiotary, respectively. Mr. Yer- surprise to tho people in that section Myers, of Cincinnati, is spending a kes made an CAKSON. The McMlnnville, Tenn., excellent speech, touched James Cox had sold his farm on which ti: , month with friends here. upon the recent democratic convention he was living when killed, but was soon New Era, says of Mr. D. B. who Anderson will accompany hie and tho tarilT passIngrain, Urussel and Moquette Carpets, sold by sample and delivered Parker has recently been promoted to freight question and compli to move. On Sunday Perry was Threo Davs. brothers to Georgetown College this mented the administrations of when the old agent of the Western & Atlantic, ono through tho yard, lUl both ing ,.a miiill. Geo. 11. Harris was J caught sight of him and went for of the moat important places on the McKInley and Bradley and favored the man . bore Sunday with the homefolks. lie annexation of the Philippines. his gun. Perry dodged behind the road: "This community loses one of v ol A. H. Uastln's store at has char-gcorner of the house aud the old man Its most enterprising aud progressive After the opening address the comi, O. K. Mrs. D. 11. Edmlston and daughw mittee on resolutions was appointed as fired both barrels of buckshot nt the citizens, while Atlunta gains a citizen ter, Llllio Paxton, expect to go to Mar- follows: Anderson Ed. W. Drallln, corner where Perry stood. Afte- the who will bo of value to its commercial 11 tinsville, I ml., In a few days, the form- Boyle two shots were tired, Perry stepped out and industrial interests. Mr. Carson Col-HJ. A. Cheek, Garrard Gen. 41 Colt's reer for the bouellt of her health. Her bus been the agent of tho N. C. fc St. Lincoln Ben. B. King, Jessamlno aud fired two balls from a sec her return many friends hope to volver, both taking effect, the last one L. railway at this poiut since 18S2, and n, S. M. Anderson, Madison T. S. goon entirely well. Mrs. Gus Hofmann committing the has been regarded us one of tho most Mercer Thos. Hardin, Rockcas- near the heart. After has been quite sick for several days. deed Perry retraced his steps und had capable men In the employ of the road. tle G. S. Grlllln, Spencer Col. John Tho protracted meeting conducted Speed, Shelby Cnpt. lifeless form of his fath- He has served this city as mayor, nnd Thos. Todd. to pass by tho Tlnsloy, in by tho State Evangelist, of the yard. Go- It was during his incumbency that Mr. Morris, of Jackson, was also put er in order to get out connection with tho pastor, Maxcy, of on remulned there until Mon- electric lights wero provided for our this committee. Couventlou ad- ing home he church, closed a very InWe keep "the best" lino of tho Christian day, when he went to Liberty and gave thoroughfares and other needed imteresting scries of spiritual sermons journed until 1:30. At the afternoon hlmsolf up to the authorities. Tho re- provements made. His wife and daughsession Judgo Harrison, of Shelby, last Sunday night. Rev. Scott AnderBethel Ridge ter will soon join him in Atlanta, where CM moved that tho temporary organiza- mains were Intorrcd at son, Baptist, preached an excellent Monday In tho presence of a lurgo they will take up their future resition be made permanent. Motion Hcrmon at tho samo church Saturday crowd. Many threats aro said to have dence, much to the regret of the select of the pas carried. Tho report of the committee nlL'ht bv sneclal Invitation sides previous "to society of our own little city." was read by Mr. J. A. been made on both Llt-tl- o on resolutions tor. There wero two confessions, tho killing and many things may de Also -- the best" Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Load, Colors and Stains. FltESCKIPTIONS caro- -t Cheek. They denounced the Geobol Misses Wells und CotTey. Prof. J. v. R. C. Gov. Claude Matthews, who was ully compounded from "tliu best" drugs obtainable. Your patronage is always apprevelop at the trial. bill and the gerrymander of tho disgoods at reasonable prices. S. Stapp and wife and others stricken with paralysis und died Sun- ciated aud ll wlllbo our constant aim to soil "tito of tho trict; commended the administration of LOW RATES QUEEN & CRESCENT. during tho meeting. Several In Bath county, Ky., day, was born Gov. Bradley nnd President McKInmost onergotle members of tho Baptist ley, believed & Natlonul Vholesulo Druggists' Ass'n, December 14, 1S45. Ho left in 1808 no Spanish territochurch are going to moot at the church ry which has''that single and settled In Vermillion county, 1S9S. St. Louts, Mo., Sept. for a day enjoyed next Saturday to have It repaired. where he had a farm of 2,000 Annual Conference M. E. Church tho protection of tho American Hag acres. He served a term in the Legis Flomlngsburg, Ky., Sept. South, Tho profit from a single whalo that aud which has been conquered by the Unusunlly low excursion rate to Cln- - lature in 1870. In 1S00 ho was noml very large. Ono about courage of American soldiers and sailis captured is should bo surrendered back to Hnimtl. Oueen & Crescent Routo to nated and elected Sesretary of State 50 feet long weighs 140,000 pounds, und ors ts and In 1S92 was chosen Governor. He Spain:" rcalllrmed tho St. Louis plat- G. A. R. Encampment will glvo 00,000 pounds of blubboi was a son of tho lato Thos. Matthews, .'Id to 0th. sell September especially a9 to sound money and from which 43,000 pounds of train oil form, Meeting, Flat Rock, tho traveling salesman, by his first Beulah Camp can bo made, and 3,000 pounds of whale- against tho free coinage of silver and Ky from all points between DanvUle wife. urged a prompt modification or total bone. . Some idea of the sizo of Alaska may repeal of tho Civil Sorvico Law as now und Oakdalo Including, September Wallace Then you really do otn enforced. Mr. T. M. Cardwoll, of for the above occasion. Tickets be formed when it is known that it hato work? Mercer, moved to amend the resolu- are gobd until tho 20th, to return. See contains an area of 577,300 square Perry Patcttlc Uv course, I don't. tions by striking out "prompt modif- small bills or ask a gen t for full par- miles. This Is more than twice tho mo no harm. area of Texas. Twelve States tho size ication" und making the sixth clause ticulars. tw Work novel dono M Androw F. Steele was killed by of Pennsylvania could bo carved out Thoro arc only 23 persons to tho read "wo urge a total repeal." Col. Hughes at Ver- of tho Torrltory of Alaska, with enough squaro mile in tho United States. Eng- Speed took tho chair and Mr. Yerkes Councilman Merrltt J.feeling growing left over to make a State Hko South mm o bad land has 370, Belgium 571, Germany spoke against tho amendment. After sailles, duo to municipal campaign Carolina. year's soma discussion tho vote was taken by out of a last 250. Cyrus Wheat, u wealthy citizen of Adulr, lfl dead, aged 72. The Madison Natlounl Dank, of Rtobtnund, reduced Its capital stock from 5200,000 to $100,000. Miua Iiln Prathcr. daughter of Ed . AltBtT" Pratbcr, of Brnssllold, Mudlou county, while visiting friends in Lexington was attacked with typhoid fever, andbet parents could go to her bedatiln ho was a corpse. ComThe Kentucky Pipe Line Oil Lexington. The pany was organized at capital stock Is W0.O00, and Hon. E. D. 1 , cept Mercer. j J I All counties voted no, ex 10 yes, 2 no, Madison 30 of MadUon, Mr. Pun-lab- , no, 1 yes. moved to adopt the resolution us read. Motion carried. Mr. W. H. HarrUon, city Judge of Shclbyvlllo, in a few words nomlnuted G. M. Davison. Mr. Miles, of Jessamine, withdrew his name and moved to make the nomina tiou unanimous. Motion curried. Mr. Bright Ferrlll spoke In behalf of Lincoln county und Mr. DavUon. thnnklng tho convention for the honor paid him. G. W. Gentry, of Lincoln, was also culled upon und responded with a sttr-rlu- g speech. The convention then ad- MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. DEWEY HAVANA THE MAINE MERRITT MILES The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone Jo. DANVILLE, BIG DRIVE IN ODD PANTS ! m n, ss O.-c-ar Black, Clay, Worsted, AT ONLY $2.50, W. E. PERKINS. IF IT IS STYLE, 5H Elegance and Economy 1 CALDWELL St LAN1ER, ' " -- - C B ro.-tor- G 1 TRUNKS, y. to-da- y I I I I MATTINGS : I 1 double-barrele- d I Moquette H. Rugs ! Cut-son- ,.., J. McROBERTS. - ! ur, Bur-nat- Our Motto: "The Best." Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, be-t" (' li 10-2- 1, Ind-lon- a, CRAIG HOCKER. y 11-2- Sept.o-lO.Tlck-- 10-2o- th, 3 l a g si i O I 'Y.l iV tjfe3'-gfc-. ' W i,. r. V f - ' r- - " J 1 ., 5, h ; 14 M i .r 1 HUBBLE. ent also states that, the recent interview with Gen. Miles was obtained S. Dunbar boughtO acres of growing with tho genernl's knowledgo of the corn of John Baughman at S7.H0 per fact that it was for puollcatton. aero In tho Held. Mrs. Eliza Harris sold some old corn to Gentry ilros. at NOTATION, BRIEF NEWS $1.50 per barrel. Ed Irving, aged 13, was given a year Ed White and wife havo returned for housebreaking at Owensboro. from n visit to Jesrnmlnu county. Eld. Ira Grlssim shot and killed bam Mc- - J. K. Reed, of Florida, is visiting old near Nash- friends in this community, and preachKlnney, his father-in-laville. ing at night In tho Christian church. John Owens, an Adair county Negro, Mrs. John Spoonamore, aged about 40 is said to have four living wives and 23 years, dlefl at her homo Wednesday children. night at 10 o'clock, of typhoid fever. Joe Kaiser, of Lexington, was run She was only sick a few days, but owover by dummy car at Petoskey, Mich., ing to much other trouble, tho tide was Of Shelby County It turns out that a court martial did and hadahis head out off. too groat for her to jkiss over. She not send the scoundrelly Kansas ghoul Iteost$1,331,750.lHl to run the city leaves a husband and live children to says that be- to the penitentiary as stated, for robTHK Codrlcr-JournKeep in mind tho price list of tho bUj1 sula uiul, don't fortween Turner, with whom it differs on- bing the grave of a Confederate olllcer government of Louisville during the mourn her departure. She was a mem ber of the Baptist church, and after a ly on the fiscal question and agrees on at Bull Run. but merely deprived him fiscal year which ended Aug. H. get to look at the Alex Young shot Tom Warren, also brief funeral service, conducted by J. all others and Mr. Evans with whom it of rank for two months,to be confined to colored, to death in Lexington because K. Reed, her remains were interred In agrees on the money question and dif- regimental camp, forfeit half his pay r the family burying ground near tho fers with on all others, it will vote for for tho same length of tune, and that the latter abused the former's sister. Hosiery at Half Price. Hemorrhages set in just after M. residence at o'clock yesterday afteris no Turner, though it admits that it t he be reprimanded by the commanding festival of its. Continuing tho paper general. The Virginia authorities dis- Ernstdorf. of Boone, la., had had 11 noon. Head Suit prices says: "If Mr. Turner is elected those gusted at such a finding have had the teeth pulled and he died in a few hours. city council has The Frankfort who have put him in nomination shall captain arrested and what they will do The military spirit displays itself in .A changed tho name of South Main to mnn.v odd nnil comical forms nowadays. Deep Cuts in Dry Goods have all the honors. We shall burn no for him will be a plenty. Dewey street, In honor of tho admir- Mnrgherite A. Hamm, in the New York bonfires either In his or our own glorification. Neither is It our funeral. If Gov. Bradley's action in having al. Mail and Express, tells of one of them: Ladies' Dress Skirt Sale, The Auburn tannery has received an "An enterprising confectioner makes we shall not put on any the sick brought from Chlckamauga is he be defeated, mourning. We simply choose between to be highly commended. Tho poor order from a Memphis firm for 210,000 'quick-firinshells out of chocolate "We have cut the life out of our prTcbsy a partly objectionable democrat and a boys have suffered enough from Incom- hame strings. It will take 400 hides to contort with silver foil. They are quick-firin- g make them. wholly objectionable republican, and petents. because a person can ent n doen At Sparta, William Turley shot and a minute. The thocolate bombshells or advise our readers to follow our examLadies' 'Ac Shoes, WAR ECHOES, killed his father, Amos xuriey, wno chocolate Deweys, fa joetlo young ple." In other words the C.-- J. Is wilto women call them are larger globus of ling ''to compomlse with dishonor," Gen. Woyler has announced that he was drinking and had threatened Men's Fine Shoes, 98c. whip his wife. chocolate coated with (.liver foil and but to do so In a way that when it docs will enter Spanish politics. women commit with n little piece of candy at the end Statistics show that it shall be Among the soldiers at Lexington take the medicine, Every department blossoms with promise, with as many grimaces as possible. thora were 143 tvnhold fever cases less than 4 per cent of the crimes. In to represent n fuse. Equally amusing the United States they commit less is a finelling salts holder which looks Such support by the paper of so "great Tuesday. for all the world like a Martlnt-llenrinfluence" Is not creditable to It. It In Cuba there is no further com- than Xew, ate Merchandise whh no short coming OX James Dudley Is suing Charles Win-ga- te cartridge handsomely polished, while should have swallowed the dose like u plaint from Spaniards of trouble with , for caus- the section of n cartridge at Crawfordsvllle, lnd man or refused to take it at all. The the insurgents. cept in prico, Lord loves the democratic party and returns to ing him to break nn arm as tho result is mounted for a scarf pin, stick pin or When Admiral Cervera 'S joke. hat pin." shows it by chastening it, but this kind Spain he will be met at Southampton of a practical Judge alliant, of St. Louis, of chastisement is a little too much for by a Spanish fleet. Circuit All 3srev Goods, hut too many. We have, therefore, This war promises to hold the pre Is legal so long it, hey Mr. Watterson? Gen. Wheeler has received peremp- decides that a boycott Caldmium for daring exploits. Ensign have the Rough Riders as no force or Intimidation Is resorted well, of Admiral Dewey's fleet, was to decided to putjthem at a price that will move them. With a notoriously Incompetent sec- tory orders to at once. to by the boycotters. tnkc a steam launch up a river emptyretary of war, conniving with a subor- mustered out BowlThe coined Baptist church at The Fourth Kentucky has been asing into .Manila bay, and In the darkdinate to undermine the commanding This is simply ajhint at n6tablo opportunity for saving, Third Brigade, Third ing Green was almost completely ness of night affix u torpedo to Spanish signed to the general, with Ignorance and stupidity burned, causing a loss of $10,000 with torpedo boats soereted there and leave Division, First Army Corps. in the saddle and the devil taking care A Pennsylvania concern Is still run- but 54,000 Insurance. the rest to a kind Providence. Dut the "Bring your dollars and get twice their value. of the hindmost, it is passing strange Frank Wiley, of Warren county, Spaniards suspected such nn attempt ning night and day manufacturing pro that the "republican war" came to such dreamed his house was afire and jumped and sank a ship across tho riser's army and navy. successful issue. That our cause was jectiles for the window, breaking mouth, bottling up Manila osten- out of a Gen. Merritt has left their torpedo boats just and God Almighty on our side can ' and preventing an attack. Caldwell the real objective both legs and an arm. sibly for Paris, but adonly explain it. The "jack rabbit" For three years James McClellan, in- had the spirit of llobson, or of Cushing He Is ministration, as Mr. Watterson calls point is the United sane, has been chained to a stake, at when he made his dash upon the Albe-- , girl, 40 years McKinley's, main strength and awk- shortly to wed a Chicago Terra Haute, Irid., to prevent him from mnrle. And the American navy Is full his junior. ward direction oi affairs, is entitled to butting his brains out. mysof such men, waiting for their opporOlivette sank The hospital-shino credit whatever. Competent men, Dr. J. M. Frost hns declined the pres tunities. teriously at Fernandina, Fla., while and not those put forward solely for College, and Hos- - idency of Georgetown A womn residing near Sprh.gtown, nnllfln.il mirruisr; rnnlil hnvp onilpd anchored off quarantine. The T. I). KANEY, Manager. Yeager will perform the :,:' and crew oN5 escap" Prof. Arthur ' D,,cks Va" ,ing n fflBmmo,h and without ltal CorP3 of the war in half the time co"Vv', duties till another election. I Knn.a A.t.Mn the horrors that grow and thicken, UU 1U MlilHlJ UVkllC " pel. WlUi-lml"" Hnlnne Pauline Maria of ""Within a day or two hospital trains, The fowl Is so bis thnt he can stnnd even after hostilities are suspended. If Orange was IS years old Wednesday on on the lloor nnd pick crumbs ofT the Branch storos nt Pari, Carlisle, Mt. Stirling, Itnrdstown, Lnwrcnct'burg, Tynthi such a mismanagement of affairs all furnished by the State, will be their way to Chlckamauga and to Fort and Issued a proclamation assuming table, nnd he usually tlluos with his nna.Versaillei, Eminence, Georgetown, Eiixnbethtown. Frankfort. Mauckport, lnd. around entitles the administration to the crown of the Netherlands. mistress. Last evening she took from praise, it is welcome to all it can Monroe to bring home the Kentucky Edward Burgess died at Georgetown, ' him some those places. article he had picked off the Nobody should object to soldiers who are sick at get out of it. of B. V. Brooks, of Springfield, a pri- aued fc2 vears. He was the father tnble and he resented the act by at- being called a "republican war" for its Iron Fence. 13 children, 10 of whom survive him.! ti.llwv In... . TI... .., , . ...... h. i. .7 . Cyprebs Shingles. III...M...1 .1. . ..iiii i.ia. it was a series of blunders from start vate in Company K, 1st regiment, was Six of his sons acted as s to finish, which must react on the par- drowned Saturday while crossing a . . William Smith, of ford near Ponce, Porto Rico. Two nava . .. ,...- - . . ty which claims all the honors. sentence for carrying conceal- - hs wjngs tives who tried to save him were also a ed weapons at Paducah, was killed by, Congressman Pugh says that the drowned. A unrn '' a Maine town bears upon X issued orders being crushed between a revolving republicans discussed a plan to contest The war department its wnlls an advertisement that arouneA cejl, all the congressional elections this fall mustering out ulne regiments, embrae-o- n .Mill Work. Metal J tooling. David Stevens, a prominent farmer considerable curiosity nnd leaves no account of tne alleged unconstltu- - lag ll,:'.2l officers and men. Of these (loubt ir the minds of those who rend tlonallty of the Goebel election law and regiments there are two now encamped living near SturgJs, suicided by bang-- ' jt that th-- man who does the ndvertis- ' another to hold an election in one coun-- . near Lexington. They are the 1st and Int' with a nlow line. Ho was ' inS is a jack of all trades.. Here is what and family worry is said to have caused ty in each district under the old law 5th Illinois "x" ,lo: oou I'nnting, signs "fa Al- him to take his life. county was the and then claim that this Fourteen of the soldiers on the over the action of lettered, hammocks repaired, hnm- Paris is shocked only one that had voted legally, but as legheny died on the way from Santiago moclwinnnufncturcil. ornamental paint- he has heard nothing further from it to Montauk Point and were buried at r.t. f?nl. Henrv. He confessed that he ",'. harnesses polished, furniture paint- WILLIAM SIIEXTOX, PRESIDENT. thinks it has been abandoned. It had sea. The inspecting olllcers say the forged the letter that sent Dreyfus to a ed, wagons painted, carpets dusted, llving death and then completed his better be. The people know that a re- Allegheny is a cattle ship and not fit banjo tuition. disgrace by killing himself. publican congress would not hesitate to even for well troops. Mary Anderson, a Negress of 4.", has Full Course of Study in Literature, "scienre, Music, Ail und Kloctition, under culThe reported advancement of the do any rascally thing, but there are Soldiers arriving at Lexington from points beyond which It dare not go and ' Chlckamauga tell horror stories of the brought suit against John Graham, a sons of influential politicians oer the tured nnd experienced teachers Special attention given to Primary nnd Preparatory 01nse, wealthy, white bachelor living near heads of young men educated for wari hospital system and say plans are form- this Is one of them. Cull t the and got a copv of our New Oitalogiio, or write for ono to Ml IS. : Indianapolis, lnd., for Sr.000 because fare lias caused much dissatisfaction. NANNIK, S. Collect' SAL'FLKY, Lady Principal, Slnnfoul, Ky, , ln for lynching a brutal surgeon of he hugged and kissed her. OLD Gen. Boynton seems to be some-A satirist thus expresses his views on the Second Kontucky when tho regi Manufactur- the subject: "Sons of great men all wii.it.oi u iiar miusuii. oeni uy um ment is mustered out. The Phlllips-Buttor- ff IPHWMIMFCm Nashville, and remind us we may make our lives subwar department to report on the condi- Gen. Merritt granted Agulnnldo's ing Co.'s building, at a lime, and with papa's push behind us Camp Thomas, he has discov- -' tions at request that he be permitted to send a several adjoining, burned, causing ered that everything is lovely and that representative to Paris to be present loss of .')00,000. The- American Na- we can get there every time." there was no negligence on the part of during the meeting of the Peace Com- tional Bank building was considerably Among the certificates which are taxtho surgeons or other officials. Ho re-- 1 missioners, and he selected Col. Agon-clll- damaged. ports that supplies were abundant, oft At Anderson, lnd., John and Rich- able are those attached to marrlngo one of his personal friends. good quality and that the sanitation Tuesday celebrated licenses, such ns are issued in Maryland. John U.'Meek, of Fremont, O., fath- ard McGuff, twins, There are two certificates attached to was all that could be desired. His sailor their 04th birthday. They were born each license, one to be returned by tho of the first American-borstatements are in direct conflict with er county. Richwar, In what Is now Darke killed In the Spanish-America- n that of every soldier and shows that he has received a check for 8100 from a ard Is now very feeble, and for that clergymnn to the court issuing tho license, and the other to be given to the is either too old to seo or too big a fool grateful Cuban, sent with great for-- 1 reason the dnj was very quietly spent. persons married. On such certificate to realize the enormities that have been The date of the dedication of tho through the Cuban junta, practiced there by incompetents and mallty monument to be erected over Ken the tax is ten cents. Admiral Cervera and the other Span- tucky's Federal and Confederate dead negllgents. The nnvy department is evidently We Have In COFFEES: ish naval officers at Annapolis have There are two republican nominees been informed that they are no longer in Chlckamauga Park has been post- determined that the Maine shall always for congress In the 2d district, when prig0ners of the United States. Tho poned, as Sculptor Muldoon will not be remembered. The three big battleTUB neither stands as much show for elec- - prisoners at Portsmouth, captured have the monument In readiness by ships lately authorized by congress are to be named the Maine, the Ohio and tlon as an icicle does to retain Its shape from Cervera's fleet, are also released. that time. At New Tazewell, Tenn., Deputy the Missouri. In hades. The Jolly crowd nominated The Easlern Kentucky Cavalry aro Sheriff Nat Cloud and John Cadle, a him and the Fowler set declared him ,n at n on natlve soi, and win bystander, were shot and killed by Ben Queen Crescent low excursion rate the nominee, and there you are. Such And Some Specials in ton untll mUstered out of Johnson and Charles Burch, railroad G. A. R. Encampment at Cincinnati. scenes were never before vIce Troop9 A and B were mustered section hands. And near there Wal- Ask your agent enacted in a convention hall, there ond have bcen log kiiock aowne ana urag outs right in part of Gr,csby.8 Rour,h Riders en ter Burrows, a jealous husband, killed the midst of the proceedings. The camped at Camp Thomas, Chlcka his wife and committed suicide. ! Maj. J. M. Walsh, factions want to control the Federal i Cheaper than any house in town. Also the Cheapest House at which mauga Park, all summer. of tho Yukon district, who has arrived patronage and that is why they arel to buy Flour. Gov. Bradley Is making strong efforts puMIc I will cll at residence, 21.. fighting. It is not at all with the idea to get tho Kentucky sick from Chlcka- from Dawson en route to Ottawa, Can- miles North at Crab talehard 1117 the of on On that cither can be elected to congress. mauga. He has wired Secretary Al- ada, to make bis oilicial report, esti- pike, on mates this season's gold output at for next Wednesday, Sept. 14, '08. is openly charged that Secretary ger offering to equip special trains if while the clean-u- p It leave is granted him to bring the sick year will undoubtedly aggregate AH of my Stock, Crop, Tanning Implement". Alger suppressed an order by President Household and Kitchen urnltiire, conihtlng of '1 home. The State has no funds for McKinley to Gen. Miles. This is an Mare by Extra Work Mules, mares A Second Grade Family Flour at f 1.80. SOAP of every kind, espegood Savannah presents a terrible appear- Oambetta,Itonw, worker and driver. act of treason, which will doubtless be such purpose, but the Governor will Family Hone, Children's Tony, l'arri.i(;e cial y the While Cloud Floating Soap at 1c a cake. Come to us if you ance after tho big storm. Roofs of well liroku to drive or tide. extra ulro Filly S or the subject of investigation along with borrow to meet the expense. 10 reentered Berkshire (illts and '.' Ikrkshire Sows, want bargains and save money. The Kansas City Star's Porto Rican houses are scattered in the streets, and registered, 8 stock hogs, i homo waon, carriage, Alger's many other short comlngs,long copies of off- in the public squares wires of the buggy almost good as new, cart, mower, hay. rake, Telephone No. 48. before Gen. Miles is punished by court correspondent furnishes Itoss' Little Clant CutFeed Mill, Cultivator. icial dispatches that, while Secretary telephone, telegraph, electric light and ter, Corn Shelter, Hows, Harrows, Harness Ac. martial for "unmilltary language." ID or 1'.' ucrm of Alger In official dispatches recognized street-ca- r systems make the streets Alout It!laru,50t corn lit Held, tuts, 'Juo tons C'loer bushels of Hay in bushels of Courier-Journmakes fun of Miles' authority as tho senior In com- Impassable for vehicles. The loss to Seed Wheat and 4 bushels of Clover Seed. All my The of nice Walnttt Furhousehold goods several the Danville convention for endorsing mand during his residence at Santiago, property-owner- s will be fully 8100,000. niture, Tables, Chairs, Carpets, WardOttite IetK, looking Store, the St. Louis platform and then de- he at the same time sent to Gen. Shaf-te- r It may be more. Tho crops adjacent robe, lUiller-to- Creamery, tavl Cnurn andMom-land btoddard butnouncing one of its principal planks-ci- vil ter worktr. a dispatch, alsootliclal, but conceal- to tho city aro badly damaged. J. "W. HOUT, Manager. Sale will liegln promptly at ') o'clock. service reform. It's no use how- ed from Gen. Miles' knowledge at the ThitMS. Allsiinuof SlUand under, cash in baud, Charles Trud, of the Ottenhelm over W, 3 month's bankableonnote. of tale for the ever. The little matter of inconsis- time, telling Shatter that it was not Main Street, Interior Journal Building, Stanford, Ky. The farm will lie rented dty tency never counts with the republi- intended that Miles should in any way section, has put in a new shinglo mill, rcmaiuder of this year and lhW. J. E. C.UiSOX, Crab Orchard cans. supercede him. The Star's correspond- - which turns out 10,000 a day. of the lid Kentucky, largo share of tho a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL blame for the condition of the soldiers at Chlckamauga, and from all that we Dade had Seit. 2, 1S9S can learn ho deserves it. and carried Stanford. been u penitentiary doctor his treatment of convicts into the camp. Free men, whoso only olTousc W. P. WALTON. is that they answered to their country's call.in time of danger, did not take to his cruel methods. From what wo can gather he had better make himself scarce after the' soldiers are mustered Democratic Nominee For Congrt'. out or he may never havo a chance to HON. G. G. GILBERT, practice any moro cruelties. Is SckgeonDade, coming In for K, - BHRGfllNS six: pages al We're Hunting And We're Bound For The Louisville Store. i .' g' l - 4 one-tent- h. y up-to-d- Lee-Mct-fo- rd 1 I ! two-stor- y Stt. The Louisville Store. p ! I n-. "'" i ' Pjllbeare".,.,,,. ... i I a .r 10-da- y A.C.SIME,( STANFORD, KY. CO-od- d ' - , ! Stanford Female College. Next Session Will Open September 5th. i X j - COME TO THE o. I n Blue Grass Store, FOE BARGAINS. Lion, Cordova, Enterprise, Leverings, 4X, I j ( t tf PUBLIC SALE BULK COFFEE 811,-000,00- 0, $20,-000,00- 0. 1 Best Pat. Flour, $2.20. Best Family, $2. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 al fn-t- s Blue Grass Grocery. p y - - - j tA Pv-f- Vfr Wo. ,1 4 - "i w w "4 V T 7 - lO GRANTORS. Jesse, lira. Adams, Jns. by Com'r. Adanif, L. B. Amlerf-on- , To A. Anderson and Green Kidd, 11 Joshua Wilson, 44 f Horses In Demnnd. 3 That horses ore once more In de- -i mnrul, nntl at good prices, is a matter GRANTEES. REASON NOT WHY RECORDED GRANTEES. Adams, Charles GRANTORS. From John Pollard. 44 Jesse Anderson Hrs. by Com'r. 44 J. W. Allen, 44 John G. Atkins, John Delaney, 44 Sopha James, 44 Harvey Saudi fer, 44 Arnold Steinegger, 44 W. S. Wigham by Com'r. 44 Jns. M. Wray, 44 Davidson Martin, by Com'r. 44 Jns. B. McKiniiey, 44 Reuben Moore, 44 W. Pruett nnd others, 44 Jns. Paxton Trustees, 44 Mrs. America Rout, '' Wesley Rout, 44 John Baugh, 4 of rejoicing nmong owners and dealers. There was a popular verdict that ... Not Ordered t to Record. it it it it these animals were being crowded out by electricity and many breeders accepted it as final; but the war changed all this nnd horses suitable for cavalry or artillery scrrice have quickly doubled in value. Prior to our active troubles with Spain, says the Detroit J. W. Allen, Ailnms, Mrs. Mnry 0. AdauiH, L. C. and J. M. Anderson, K. P. by Agt. Anderson, Silas " John 0. Atkins, Win. Tucker, Eliza A. and David Colston, " Harrison Jones, ' Martin A. Middleton, 44 Isaac Bnugh, 44 Town of Crab Orchard 44 44 tt n it ti it it ii it it it ti ii ff II Crt it it i ti it it tt ft K a tt It " Bacon, Win. and G. it it (i It II .. ;i 13augh, John Anderson nnd Kidd, Adams, L. B. Adams, Mnry C. Anderson, S. D. Adams, Reuben Bolor, Henderson Buhrer, John Bridgewnters, A. Bcazlcy, i ' - - i Baptist Church Bryant, Jeminui M. by Com'r. Bailey, J. P. Hrs. by Com'i. Barrow, Mrs. Jane by Com'r. Barber, II. L. by Com'r. Ball. Geo. W. lira. Bush, E. by Com'r. Buugliinun, .lohu Buughmnn, S. II. Ex'or. Bacon, Win. and C. Boone, Laura A'c. Baughman, S. II. Ex'or. Bruce, Jns. E. Baughman, S. II. A'c. Balor, Henderson A'c. Burns, W 0. and Bro. Bunikcr, Phillip Blaiu, Gobe Bailey, Geo. W. Blain, Sutn'l Ao. Ball, Thos. M. Blackcrby, Thos. W. ti ft II it It John II. R. Hiatt, Ac. Jns. M. Carter, . M. Perkins, i W. ' I Jas. S. Young, Jas. Spires, Young and Faulkner, Susan Roliinm, Susan Singleton, Judy und B. A. Greslmm, Geo. W. Bailey, Daniel S. Manuel, To James Harris, To D. S. Manuel 44 Wm. Young, Win. Rigsby and Mary Burns, II. II. Padgett, John W. Ramsey, Bud Pennington, 44 Ellender Wilson, " Trustees Baptist Church, 44 Sam and Geo. Blackerby, 44 Joseph II. Hughes, " 44 Common School District D. " Mack Montgomery, C. J. Berry, 44 Emil Beiger, 44 S. Martin, Ac. 44 W. H. Dimaway, 44 J. F. Edmiston, 44 n Brown, 44 Wm. Hoguc, ' N. B. Norris, Wm. T. Curtis 44 Drusilla Bright, 44 Trustees Colored Baptist Church. To Win. Johnson, 44 Dulcena Pavne, ' Mrs. Susan Manuel, 44 Win. Caldwell, Jno. C. Tucker, ' 44 Win. Stratton, " Win. Stratton, 44 David Colston, 44 Hugh Singleton, 44 Baptist Church Stauford, Geo. I). Wearen, 11 S. D. Anderson, ; 44 A. Shanks, It ti ti it it tr n ii ii ti ii it ii it it ti ii it tt it tt Barrow, D. W. Branson, James Bacon, Win. Blankcnship, S. F. by Com'r. Burton, Ann E. Baptist Church, Bonyville, Benzley, John, Not Acknowledged. Not Ordered to Record, ti it ii it ti ii ti it do ti t do it t Not Fully Acknowledged. it ii it ti it ii it it it Not Ordered to Record, it ti it ti v ii it ti tt it ii k tt Bright, John Baptist Church, Crab Orchard Baptist Church, Bonyvillo Blcvcns, Mary B. A'c. Bcrger, Sam'l. Camden, B. A'c. Courtright, Harry by Com'r. Chandler, W. II." by Com'r. Cloyd, W. B. by Com'r. Chandler, Henry Com, W. S. Curtis, Monroe CulbcrDwn, Sallie Cobb, Louisa Coolcy, Win. Cildwcll, E. B. Cain, Thos. Crow, Johnson Chandler, Jestine Coolcy, Win. Coolcy, Wm. Collier, W. A. Caldwell, H. W. Carter, J. II. A'c. DawKui, E. II. by Com'r. Delaney, Jno. Hrs. by Com'r. Dandidgc, Sarah Hrs. Daugherty, Malinda Dawes, Abraham Duririerar, Sam'l "II. Not Not Not Not Not Not ii it tt Acknowledged. Ordered to Record. Fully Acknowledged. Properly Acknowledged. Fully Acknowledged. Ordered to Record. tt ti tt Pri-cill- n a it it a it ti tt tt it tt it tt tt ti ii tt ii it it ii tt Not Acknowledged. Not Ordered to Record tt tt it ii ii ti tt ti it ii it it Not Acknowledged. Not Ordered to Record, it t Baugh, Isaac . Bailey, Geo. W. Burns nnd Rigney, Blackerby, Sam'l. and Geo. Berry, Henderson and C. J. Bergcr, Emil, Brown, Priscilla Bright, Drucilla Baptist Church, Turnersville, Baptist Church, Carters, Baughman, Anderson Brady, Lewis D. Ball, G. Bright, Hattie Baker, Martin H. Crab Orchard, Town of Chandler, F. and others, Carman, James R. Collier, David Carson, Isaac and others, Carter, Jas. H. Curtis, John T. Caiu, Wilkerson, Carter, Mary E. Carter A Straub, Curtis, Monroe Coflaiuu, W. D. Carter, James M. Colson, Eli P. Curtis; Wm. Caldwell; Wm. Colston; David Carter; Jas. H. " ' Clifton and Lee Campbell; Douglas; S. 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 Laura Boone, W. 0. Burns and Bro. Thos. W. Blackerby, Mnry B. Blevens, Sam'l Berger, Wm. B. Cloyd by Com'r. Sallie Culbertson, Louisa Cobb, J. H. Carter, Ora Gentry, G. A. Hammonds, Lucinda James, Hiram Lee's Hrs. by Com'r. Jno. H. Leach, Trustees Baptist Church, J. H. and S. H. Shnuks, Jas. W. Sim3 nnd wife, S. H. Shanks, Jas. A Scott and wife, Bettie Travis, Harriet McMullen, Ac. Lavina Montgomery, Ac. . 4I 44 44 14 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 4 J. M. Meys, Free Press, ' 5 government bought few horses, exct.pt to supply losses, and had them furnished by contractors. Now the demand is large and imperative, the result being that government agents are sent direct into the open market. Less than three months ago the price paid was from $00 to 70 and now it ranges from $120 to $150. One thing developed through the changed situation is the fact that the large substitution of electricity for horse power had greatly decreased the number of horses fit for army uses. This made it neccssury to lower the standard ot excellence before insisted upon and now the agents are authorized to purchase any sound horse between five and eight years old, and standing from 15 to 15 hands in height. Color has ceased to be considered at all, and yet, with all these concessions, it ia difficult to meet the demand. One thing the government will not have Is a horse that has been docked, so that those who have shortened the tails of their horses in order to sell them in a fashionable market must still depend upon the customers to be found there and can profit little from the advance In prices induced by the war. The army horse requires a tall that can be used just as nature intended, and those who have been so foolish aa to deprive the noble animal of this prowith tection will not be sympathy because they cannot profit now as do more considerate owners who have horses that meet the requirements of the government. If the war does nway with this silly and cruel practice the horses thnt fall in battle will not hae dledinvalu. over-burdene- d Frances A. Mershon, J. S. Murphy, Jno. F. Russell, P. Bailey's Hrs. by Com'r. Eli P. Anderson by Agent, Monroe Curtis, Johnson Crow, W. A. Collier, John T. Dudderar, Johnson and Moore by Cora'r. R. H. Lee's Hrs. by Com'r P. C. and W. Sandidge, D. W. Yandeveer Ac, Eliza Wood, Jno. M. McRoberts. M. C. Portman, Ext. Michael Retherford, Harry Courtright by Com'r. Jno. W. Dawes. A. Dawes. L. D. Garner's Hrs. by Comr. Henry Hester. N. B. Tevis. Nat Wells. W. H. Chandler by Comr. Melton Embry. James Smith. Ballard Smith. S. J. Watts. Jno. Young's Hrs. by Comr. S. S. McRoberts by Comr. John M. McRoberts Ac. John Lay Ac. J. H. Sowder by Comr. Monroe Smith. H. McAlister. Hanibal Roe's Hrs. by Comr. J. 44 44 tt it it ii tt tt it tt tt it H. Downton and Talbot " ' 44 44 44 44 44 Frank Not Fully Acknowledged. Not Ordered to Record. ti ft It it ft ft f it ft ft 44 44 Simon Ruiues, It it Dudderar; James Eugleman; Jeremiah Elkin; M. G. Drye; Emily Dunaway; W. II. Dishon; Luke Douglass; A. C. ' ". 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 4 II . L. Stephenson, Franklin Dudderar, Jns. 11. Carter, ' Luke Diction, School District No. '23, S. II. King's Hrs. A. C. Douglas, M. T. Rupell, Mary Jane Embry, S. j'. Watts, Trustees Christian Church, Robt. Burnett, Trustees School District No. 12, Millard Padgett, Ann A. Dudderar, Thos. C. Watts, Lucy Lewis, Alex Owsley, Carrie King, Bryant Kidd, . W." M. Smith, Anderson Baughman, T. J. Padgett, M. J. Morgan, Lewis D. Brady, II. and 31. Warren, Harvey A Kcath; John Tucker, colored, Hughes A Craig, Mary Hoomes, Win. H. Dobbns, ' it ti tl If ii tt It it tt tf If ti tl V If ' '4 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 Dudderar, Jno. T. Dawes, Jno. W. Dudderar, Jas. Dawson, J. L. and wife Dawes, A. Elder, Robert Hrs. by Com'r. Embry, Milton Frith, T. J. by Com'r. Fish, Jns. and wife Dudderar; Ann A. Dobbins; Win. The faculty of keeping one's head in an emergency is not too common. A young Philadelphia elocutionist has it to perfection, says the Record of that city, and a few days ago it neatly saved her from an embarrassing situation. She was reciting professionally, and her work had called forth wild applause. She was warm and tired, however, and when just a few lines into an encore number, she knew that a certain place her memory would fall her, and that she would stumble and fall. Her whs answered quickly. Before coming to the breaking point, she suddenly stopped nnd addressed her auditors: "I see by your faces that many of you have heard this piece before. I do not like to repeat, so, with your per mission, I will try another number." Some magnanimous persons answered: "Xo, no. Go ahead." But the young lady was obdurate, and the people of that audience now consider her the queen of all elocutionists." The largest scientific globe ever made has just been completed at Lincoln, 111., by George Christian chreiber. Mr. Schrciber began work on January 5, 1506. On March 31, 1S93, the globe was finished. Tie had bought maps and atlases to the cost of SSOO. lie worked in all 8,500 hours. The result of his patient expenditure of time, money, learning and skill is the most exact, most comprehensive globe ever made. 15 If tl ft ft ft tf Ii If H. ft tf ft ft If II If If II tf tf If tl tf II It ft It ft ft It ft ft v ft If Flint, Sam Farris, J. E. Flinchpttugh, Cyntlm, Ac. Garner, L. D. by Com'r. Givcns, Tnlbert Givens G. M. A'c. Good, Phclis Givcns, Geo. Ac. Gooch, L. G. Gooch, D. L. Gentry, Oran Gooch, L. G. Gooch, W. D. and T. J. Hammonds, G. A. by Com'r. Helm, Clara by Com'r. Hcnson, Robt. by Com'r. Holmes, Geo. Haslet, James Hutchinson, Win. Ac. Hester, Henry 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 ft K ft ft tl If ii II II Unknown. Not Ordered to Record, it Evans; Richard Elliott; R. A. Edmiston; J. F. Embry; Mary Jane Fox; Eliza Flint; Sam Frith; T. S. Faulkner; L. J. Foley; A. B. Ferrell; W. B. Flint; Isopheua Gover; B. G Gooch; Davidson I 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 tt ti it it ii ii tt it ii it tt tti it it tt tt , tt tt tt i. tt ti it ti tt it Graves; Thos. Givens; Aaron Gibson, Wm. Grashaw; Judy Ac. Givens; G. M. Good; B. F. Gooch; Susan Hays; D. C. i feet In circumference at the equator. It is 50 inches in diameter. The foundation is an Iron frame spun over with telegraph wire. Tills, In turn, Is covered with cotton bating soaked in glue. Above this is a paste of sawdust nnd varnish hnlf an inch thick, and the whole Is painted oer many times. This Is a talkative age, and we are a talkative people; but we get many reminders that quality outranks quanIn tity. Ten men speak volubly advocacy of a proposition; then one man, who knows more about the matter than all the ten, utters n few reasonable words in good temper, and carries the meeting with him. judges say: "The others had the weight of the argument." Moral: Be master of the subject, and you will be master of the audience. Fair-minde- It is t 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 Jno. F. Russell Ac. Wm. Bacon. R. H. Lee's' Hrs. by Com'r. tt. t. it it a n it n tt tt a ti ti tt J. 31. Lewis Ac. Hiram Lee's Hrs. by Comr. Jacob Speigle. it ti tt ti tt tt it Not Fully Acknowledged t. ti it Unknown. Hansford, Clark Hughes, N. T. Hobb3, Chas. E. Hill, T. P. &c. Humber, T. C. Exer. Hooker, Caroline Horton, Thomas W. Haggard. Squire Hill, Moses and wife Howard, Clarence M. Jeffries, Thos. G. Jones, Sopha Jarvis, Jos. L. Jarvis, J. L. Jennings, N. J. James, Luanda James, Lula D. Johnson and Moore Kidd, Bryant King, H. Hrs. Lee, Rt H. Hrs. by Com'r Lee, R. HI Hrs. by Com'r Lackey, R. M. To Nellie Owsley " Permelia Hughes " " " JohnTurnbull " Wm. Napier " H. F. Horton 14 A. L. Hobbs Ellen Hickman Not Ordered to Record Not Fully Acknowledged Not Ordered to Record Unknown Not Ordered to Record if Howard; Thos. Haggard; Squire Hysiuger; Sam'l. Horton; Jas. M. Hart; R. T. Harris; Willis Hays; W. Hamuer; James; W.T.Tucker. Leonard Wilburu. G. A H. Watts. d . ? . 44 44 44 44 44 Jas. 31. Williams. Edward Miller. Harvey Pennington. A. 31. Pence. Win. A. Pollock. ,i 44 4 II If .i ti ft " " " " 44 44 " " 14 14 11 Lucy Menefee Eugene Vanfleet M. J. Morgan Mary J, Marcum Reuben Adams G. W. Singleton W. S. McGuire Geo. Hammonds G. Ball ii 1 I. it I. I. II II VI 1 t. tt it it. .4 t .' Jennie C. Jones Clifton & Lee t tl I. II It Joseph Kidd Jas. H. Parsons G. M. Givens S. F. Campbell B. T. Lackey " " " " tt tt ti ft (I II I. II I. ft Horton, A. T. Helm, Harrison ' House, Thos. Hays, Walton Hiatt, H. R. &c. Huphes, Joseph N. Harris, James Hodge, Wm. Hughes and Craig Hoomes, Mary Hughes, Permelia Hobbs, A. L. Hickman, Ellen Horton, H. F. Hammonds, Geo. Hocker, Seline Jenkins, G. C. Jones, Gabriel Jeffreys, Stephen Jones, J. B' and J. K Jacobs, Christian '. ' 44 4 " ' " ' 44 ' " " " " " " 44 " 41 " " ' A JL w Chas, Routon's hrs. by Com Emma Rochester &c. J. H. Raines Wesley Rout Jemima M. Bryant John Bright Jas. E. Bruce H. Chandler &c. by Com'r James Haslitt, &c. Wm. Hutchison A. T. Hughes Chas. E. Hobbs T. P. Hill and wife T. W. Horton H. J. yennings, &c. Hiram Lee's Hrs: J. K. P. Vanarsdale &c. W. J Montgomery &c. L. S. Moore W. M. McAfee &c. One of the most admirable features of this war Is the generous approbation by all of the bravery of each. Every commodore has boasted of Dewey, and every man In the navy has praised Bag-le- y and Hobson. The choicest words Have been spoken by those who, acquainted with the dangers, knew how to estimate the mettle that defied danger. There has been no envy, except that high sort which seeks opportunity Anton Ronacker wy for imitation. It is reported that "Admiral Dewey has been elected an honorary member of the Dorcas society und Bible class of the Shlloh Sunday school of Fair Oaks, Ind." Thi3 Is a graceful recognition of his heroic efforts in behalf of a quiet Sabbath at Manila on May 1. The Spaniards were making considerable nolso with their batteries, but he compelled them to quit "Not a man flinched," says CoL Yiooscvelt in speaking of the fight at La Quasina. Yet two months ago these heroic soldiers were private citizens. The history ot the American volunteer, Is that he always,riM to the occasion. i. , $ n- - i I . tW- - v- rT, T T" ."V "", FOREIGN MUSICAL GOSSIP. In n Klnuucl Shirt, Shoulder Strnpa A rhln is Which Volunteer .Never Goldmnrk's new opera. "BrUcIs," is anU a Strlnir Around Illn Hut, Sept 2, 1S9S Stanford. Ky., Learn How to Do n the in course o? preparation nt Viennn. He Illilra a Mule. nritulnrs tlo It. Peter Bcnoit has rcslgnoU his posiAmong tho Virginians who have re- tion ns director of the Conservatoire One thing which the volunteers find irrwmmwm W. P. WALTON. VULILZJL It hard to do a thing which perhaps cently visited Washington thero has at Antwerp, in consequence of differthey will never do In anything like the beeii no more striking figure and none ences of judgment ns to alterations in Dentist, Stanford, Ky. form In which the regulars do it is to on whom more eyes were turned in ad- the government of the ncadomy. Ollice over lllclns & MoICInnoe's Store. War Signals fbr Farmers. salute officers. Take a volunteer who miring gnzo than the Mnlwnrt form Humpcrdinck's "Hansel andGrctcl" So'lclts ii share of tho patronage oltho comIf plans under consideration are perso munis is bronzed and bfg like a regular, and and sunburned, swarthy countenance maintains Its cxtrnordlnnry and fected the trains of the great railroads put him in n regular's clothes nnd send of Gen. Thomns L. Ilosser, says the popularity In all parts of Euof the United States will become him out on the street, nnd he would Richmond (Vn.) Times. A newly rope. A few weeks ago Miss Mario of war news, bearing at officer asked Kosser where he Erba made her three hundredth apcertainly betray himself ns a volunteer fastest speed news of American vicnt his first meeting with nn officer. wns going to have his uniforms made pearance ns Hansel in London. tories or defeats. The plan was The regular, walking on the street, "They will cost you n lot of money," A new square in Viennn, adjoining hatched several days ago, and already snlutcs every officer he meets by rais- said he. "I have had nix suits mndc nnd the Fnvorltcn strnssc, has been named ing the straightened fingers of his they cost me $700." many of the largest railroads have TO "IlrahniB Platz." nnd n commemorative "I will only need," rcponded Hosscr, tablet has been placed on the house, right hnnd to the brim of his lint, just agreed to take part in it. It is proi ? over the right eye, and keeping them "n flannel shirt which I can buy here Cnrlsgassc, No. 4, where the master reposed to carry the news to the country there until the officer haB passed. Ths anywhere on tho avenue; n pair of sided for n period of 17 yenrs. districts by means of flags flying from volunteer cannot be made to hold his shoulder straps, and n string or piece M. Lassalle, trains. For this purpose various pieces Very low rates will bo In ef- hand there in any such way, says the of braid around my hnt to designate tone, appearedthe famous Paris baryIfect from all point in the for the first time in will be provided the train of bunting that I nm nn officer. Boston Transcript, IBoutti to Cincinnati nnd ro- tho I turn t!i the QuMna Cri-- , crews and instructions as to the "You will hnve to get n fine horse, gave German capital Inst month, nnd If he salutes n strange officer of low a leant Kouta anil It counacU representations at the proper means of displaying them will rank nt nil, he salutes him with the general," continued the interlocutor. lloyal series of Ills llnar lluea durimr tho Opera. reception wns a quick dash which is the regular off- "Gen. Butler has had n $100 black stal- very be issued to all agents and dispatchers. flattering one, the pnrt in which icer's salute to the private. If the reg- lion presented to him, nnd other genCodes explaining the signal system he was most admired being thnt of ular soldier is seated when nn officer erals have secured fine horses." will be distributed by each road to the "Well," replied llosser, "I have some Mephisto In Gounod's "Faust." approaches in camp, on the street or districts through which it passes, in M. Jean do Beszkc tins now decided 12dNatloBilEBCaripaKBt on my anywhere but from order that the people may be able to better or mor determinedly than tho icer, stands else, he rises, faces the off- good stock down a horsefarm; not be the lo take part in the Wagner festival will very erect, nnd makes this what I can learn Spl. 5th to IGln, 1898. read the messages. It is contemplated "rough riders" In their first engage- salute. No one ever sees a volunteer suitable thing in Cuba; I think a mule at Bnyrcuth next summer, and nt the Tlckou will ba on salaj special request of to give only the meager information of Wagner will apt. 3rd to Oth InclualTa.! It is an nxiom in war that noth- private do this. A regular cavalryman will be best, nnd it is my expectation appear as Parslfnl. Mine.famous Polish The rooaraiumlna- Bpt.l3th. a victory for American or Spanish ment. so trying to get Ills horse across the to ride a mule." ing is destructive of discipline ns an Kstanaton or limit to Oc tenor proposes to study the music of u arms, though the signals will show ambuscade, and yet Wood nnd Koose-vc- lt bridge while nn electric car was crossIt mny be that this confederate tober and. can ba aacuraitl Parsifal during the nutumn mouths, fbr dapoattlnc tlekat with' with his tlnnncl shirt nnd string ing It from the other direction. The whether the victory is on land or sea. Joint Aarant. Cation your. led their men through such a trap which he will spend on his estate in fTlckat Acant or wrlta fori A United States flag will mean a vic- tind won a victory against a superior horse was plunging and leaping wildly, around his hat, bestriding n mule, will his native country. full Information, to tory for American land forces. A force with a gallantry equnl to that dis- nnd the soldier hnd to work hard to not bo exactly in trim to court nn The nnme of August Ennn is not C W. '.el. Clnclnns,:. control him. At this moment n young amorous looking glass or caper nimUnited States flag with a blue pennant played by the rcgulnrs in second lieutennnt of Ohio volunteers bly in n lady's chamber to the lascivi- well known outaldc of one or two Eu rtnaat train above will show n victory for the any army the world ever wiw. No came along the footway. aarvlra In tha South. Throuah In the midst ous pleading of a lute, but for n Black ropean countries. lie Is n Danish comI Pullman Blaapara on handaorae I American navy. The Hock island, Bur- charge made by the British regulars in of his horse's gyrations the mounted Douglas rendy for the dctM'aoun work poser, nnd his new opera "Cleopatra" 'yaatlbulad tralna run dallr rrom Jacaaonvllla, Savannah lington, Northwestern, Illinois Cen-tr- the late Indian war and there were regular managed to salute the pedes- in desperate encounter commend us lias Had as many ns 25 performances Atlanta, Columbia. Macon. &. Ohio roads have at Amsterdam during the season which and Baltimore to the "Prince of Albemarle." I'Blrmlncham, Meridian. Now inany of them that showed marvelous trian officer in proper form. The smile orlaana. Aabevtlle. Knoxvllla, has just come to a close, and of which adopted this scheme. Chattanooga, Laxlnaton, ate, courage and determination was more of admiration nnd satisfaction on that KAISER'S SONS CONFIRMED. it was the principal success. young officer's fnee wns worth going a J throuah to Cincinnati without The New York Herald having ob- gallant thnn that made by these men long way to see. 1 Change, Via the fatnoua served tihnt a Spanish lieutenant cap- in fighting their way out of the ambusAn lnitrraalc Oecnalun In the I'n lu- NOTES FOR THE NATURALIST. r. t, cade into which they had marched. The ll of Grrmtmj'a tured in the Philippines is named SAILOR HATS TRYING. & is reminded that David Glasgow reports say "not a man flinched," nnd There arc 40 varieties of the tobacco plant. Farragut, who served under James I., Col. Wood's command to his men, who The .nrroT-IlrlmiiiROUTE I At the kaiser's express wish the conSome insects are in n state of maOnes Worn Thl Year Are hero, was descended from Don Pedro went into the flght cursing the Spanhis two eldest sous took firmation of Unbecoming, turity 30 minutes nfter birth. Farragut, who served under James I., iards, "Don't swear, but fight," was place on a recent Sunday at the The eggs of the silk worm nre about king of Aragon. Jorge Farragut, a nn order that showed both character in Potsdam, the scene of nnrrow-brimmeThe Spaniard born in Minorca, emigrated nnd determination of the brave leader. straw sailor of the season is the kaiser's own einsegnung, special the size of mustard seeds. going The goldfish Is a grcnt coward and n to America in 1776 and fought on the While the United States navy has won rob the summer girl of much of to trains conveying the imperial family her revolutionary side in the war for inde- the udmiration of the world, such con beauty, says the New York Commercial and its guests (about 70 in number) tiny fish with the cournge to attack pendence, nis son, born in Ivnoxville, duct as that shown by Col. Wood's "raw Advertiser. Several dozen women of from Berlin to Potsdnm. The emnress it can frighten it almost to death, A gray hound has n greater speed Tenn., was the hero of Mobile bay. This recruits" will compel the respect of all degrees of good looks fitted sailor had, with her usual thoughtfulness, Is a trifle startling to those of us who everyone who has any appreciation of hats on at one of the big shops and invited her son a master to be present running thnn n horse. A grn hound has been timed were ignorant of Admiral Farragut's the manly qunlities that are necessary gazed disapprovingly in the mirror nt nt tho confirmation, nnd the princes eight seconds. in running 125 yards In themselves had been allowed to bring themselves. There were all sorts of lineage. It is also a most curious fact to make a perfect soldier. The marigold Is n little weather sailor hats on the tables and counters. seven cadets, the companions of their that so great a seamar. ns the navnl studies nnd games, with them for this prophet. If the day Is going to be tine narrow-brimmeones of genius of our civil war should have had Kentucky's rural attorneys never straw, higher crowned, bronder event. The Frledcnskirche, adjoining the flower opens nbotit three or four IT ONLY COSTS so large a degree the blood of a race overlook a chance to turn railroad acci- coarse in brimmed ones of fine straw, nnd var- which is the mausoleum where Kaiser o'clock In the afternoon, but if wet whose prestige on the sea had sunk to dents into coin of the realm. Not long ious versions of inch variety. The Friedrich lies at rest, had been beauti- weather is In More the marigold does the lowest terms. ago, Thomns II. Johnson, an employe of saleswoman declared that they were fully decorated with shrubs and flow- not open nt all. ers for the important service, which Mrs. Stanley X. Coulter, an American the Illinois Central railroad, was killed all this year's model. The customers wns a choral one. The young princes a The heron seldom flnps his wings nt rntc of less than 120 to 150 times n A lady who has been in Paris for some while leaning out from the top of near. murmured that only the were new. Then wore officers' uniform of the First minute. This is counting the down- hats time, recently left her hotel in that Before the widow even knew nil the they foot guards, with the orange ribbon ward strokes only, so thnt the bird's f To read oery day In the year city, wearing a small American flag. particulars of his death, letters were ing ntcontinued fitting on nnd frown- of the order of the Blnck Eagle, and, ns wings really make from 240 to 300 disthemselves nnd smiling derisiveshowered in xipon her by lawyers along is the custom nt the confirmation of tinct movements n minute. The emblem was no sooner noticed ly nt each other. the royal family, each rend in a clear than a hooting, jeering crowd of men the line of the road. In due time the In one of tho Canary Ulnnds there Is "I never saw such a fright," said one and boys followed her. As soon as the coffin bearing the remains of the un- young woman, ns she resumed her own voice a confession of faith composed a tree of the laurel family that ocreason for their taunts was under- fortunate man reached the mourning flowery hat after vainly searching for by himself. After this service a con- casionally rains down in the early ' gratulatory reception was held at the evening quite n copious shower of stood, Mrs. Coulter returned to her tvidow. It wns opened, and to tho coat n becoming snilor among tho sleeves of the dead man's grave clothes conrse nfTairs. "I shall hunt stadtschloss in Potsdnm, which was water drops from its tufted foliage. temporary home, not, however, to rewas pinned a note, written by a law- up my Inst year's hat and wear that. followed by n breakfast there. In ac- Tho water comes out through Innuu- - ' The livening lot h the move the flag, but to fasten its mate yer near the scene of the accident, of- It is pretty and makes me look well, cordance with nnother German cus- crablc little pores shunted at the edge ' upon the other side of her dress. Ventom, the princes were the recipient t of the leaves. Market Kcports. turing forth again, she caused even fering to prosecute the road for a per- anyway." of numerous presents in honor of their Mr. George D. Clark, a prominent "But these are considered very stylcentage of the damages. greater displeasure than before, and State News. confirmation, and several high decora florist of Philadelphia, reports the sue- - ' ish," said the saleswoman, plncing n the wrath of the French crowd eventtions were contcrretl on the crown ccssful use of carbolic acid solution in Frankfort News. "After-care- " Is a phrase which came little hat on her own head, where it prince. ually manifested itself In sticks and looked about the sic of a postage killing the mites thnt cause lily disease, j Washington News. use at the Inst international constones being thrown at her. Mrs. into h tamp. "They are made like boys' KEEPING STEP WITH THE MUSIC ounce of cnrbollc ncld is Short Stories. s put Inton quart oT water nnd thorough- - ' Coulter was rescued by a gendarme ference of charities. It wns used to hats, and boys' hats nnd shoes nnd express the need of following up with are the models for the best styles Men Wlio Xner CJet Their Left Tool ly stirred. The trentment of the bulbs ' Women's Pae. before any serious injury was done. due attention a class of persons dis- this senson, you know." consists In merely immersing them in i Honked to the Heavy Tnp Children's Pa ec. During our civil war the United charged as "cured" from the hospitals the solution for n few minutes and then of the Drum, States sanitary commission expended for the insane, but whose mentnl drying before planting. DONE WITH A RIFLE. Mail Only. RATES-- By It Is n curious fact, says a eteran, about 521,000,000 for the relief of sick soundness is not firmly established, so 12 Month, 42.00 IRONICAL IFS. 6 Months .... I. SO and wounded federal soldiers. The that there is still danger of relapse. The Ilend of nn Inillnn Shot Out with that some men never learn to keep 3 .Months.. . I.OO step perfectly. There nre some men. One Hundred nnd Plfty- Bed Cross society is said to have ex- As a similar need exists in the case of I .Month . .50 old soldiers perhnps. who can't help If a man Is Ignorant he soon pubTivo Ilulleta. many convalescents, reformed perIn the h pended war falling into step when they henr mar- lisher the fact. CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. and in the Franco-Prussia- n war sons, discharged prisoners, religious Adolph Toepperwein, San Antonio's tial music the left foot down nt the If a man Itches for fame St usually Sample Copies FurnlshM" $13,000,000. These figures mnke a powconverts and growing children, we are mnrvellous young rifle shot, lately per- heavy tap of the drum. The very great keeps him scratching. On Application. erful appeal to the imagination, if one likely to find this phrase "after-care- " formed nnother of his astonishing majority of men can ienrn to keep' If your hnrvest is n failure, rememstops to reflect on the conditions which very convenient as well ns suggestive. feats, reports the Philadelphia Becord. step, but there nre men who enn't keep ber you selected the seed. With a rifle he stood at a step, or, ns likely ns not, march with call for such gigantic outlays; and If it wns a moccasin snake no won The whisky biscuit is reported to be distance of 20 feet from a double thick- the right foot down at the heavy tap. they also illustrate the demand which der Eve put her foot in it. modern warfare makes upon humani- demoralizing the youth of New York. ness of heavy paper, about three feet Somehow their left foot never gets If you wnnt to please some men It contains a somewhat larger dash of long by two feet wide, nnd shot on it hooked on to that heay tnp ns it tell them they look like actors. Just ty's sympathetic nerve. should. Every old soldier will recolthe outlines of an Indian's head. It liquor than the candies Into which If you would obtain information In the "rules for longdating" given fluids are sometimes intro- took exactly 152 shots to do the trick. lect such men nnybody enn see such from a woman, pretend indifference. men at a military parade, and this not d was drawing, as the figure to the St. Louis h Without a single exception, there by a duced in other parts of the country, It If you have plenty of dust it is an was not traced on the paper beforo-han- ns a result of confusion due to two number of octogenarians of that city and it appears to be is beyond doubt no greater or more correspondingly This made the feat especially bands of music, one nhead and the easy matter to blind the public eye. seven of the nine include marriage more exhilarating. The police have difficult, as "Tep" had to place everv other nt the rear, but lack of the exact If n man's too poor to lend his friends popular newspaper in the --United two with the prefix "happy." Nearly pounced down money he will retain them longer. upon the whisky biscuit, shot with reference to where its prede- time keeping instinct. States than the Cincinnati Enquirer; all mention temperate living, plain which would seem If a pugilist goes on the stage the or a more successful The commanding officer of n com to show that more cessor had gone, nnd where all tho folpublisher than food, outdoor exercise and regular lowing shots were to go. In other pany mny be seen marching within audience lias a poor show for Its or less danger lurks in this edible. its proprietor, Mr. John R. McLean. liuujin. vim veteran wisely says: words, he had to have every detail of clear sound of his own music, with his money. "Care of health in youth." It is pretty The If a man makes a fool of himself prices for the Daily Colorado Springs Is said to be the the "drawing" planned out and con- right foot down nt the heavy tap, while hard to mend a cracked constitution. quietest town in the country. No stantly In his mind's eye while he was the company will be all right. I have twice In the same way his case is hope- Enquirer have been maintained, and It is certain that heredity has much to church bells are rung there, and no shooting. One Bhot fired a fraction of seen a sommander of a grand array less. its circulation largely increased each an inch wild would have spoiled the post marching in time with the music, do with long life, therefore the old whistles are blown. A local If a word to the wise Is sufficient, paper but with his right foot down at the most wives must consider their hus- year; hard times and cheaper jour, whole picture. rule to "make a wise choice of your anthat dogs bark every night in ColIt is not clear whether or no this heavy tap, and, as likely as not, he was bands foolc. nals failing to arrest its onward march cestors." orado Springs, as they do everywhere marksman is a member of Roosevelt's a man who served from one end of the If a man would know how much be and high appreciation of the public The last vestige of discrimination else, but it adds that "when they run regiment of rough riders. If be isn't war to the other. is appreciated he should pose as defor its true worth and merit. The simple fact appears to be that fendant in a breach of promise suit. against those who participated on the about they make no noise with their he ought to be. there are some men, as I said, who Chicago Daily News. feet in the sandy soil." The Weekly Enquirer at beginning side of the south In the civil war has Olcyclea oa m Graveatoae. never get their left foot fully and unof the campaign year was offered at been removed by the enactment by is no record that the bicycle failingly hooked on to the heavy tap of There Clothes are put on Ice now during ARMY AND NAVY. congress and the approval by the the summer months, 50 cents a year, and its circulation men's garments has hitherto figured in sculptured the drum. president of a bill which declares that and women's alike. work on memorial stones in graveThe American navy has practically increased by the addition of over is not meant, Practicing;. I'reachlns; the "disabilities Imposed by section 3, of course, that suits It dresses are yards, and, according to a London The Boston Transcript tells a school all. been built since 1883. and joo.ooo new subscribers; the most fourteenth amendment of the consti- literally laid upon blocks of ice, there newspaper, a young widow of Bio de story which enforces the lesson that In modern naval conflicts opposing Janeiro may be accounted a pioneer In substantial and coveted testimonial a tution, heretofore incurred, are here- to congeal rapidly, preaching is of little use without prac- vessels seldom come within two miles by removed." They have been prac- are actually placed but that clothes using its presentment for that pur- ticing. In a school in Boston not far of each other until the vanquished ves- publisher could desire. in the coldest of pose. She was introduced to her late sel strikes her colors. tically removed for several years. When asked for the secret of such storage in the heated term. husband while out wheeling, nnd or- above the primary grade, the teacher In the regular army, about 25 per success, Mr. McLean was one day reading a story the sub dered a sculptor to depict the meet-ing- , frankly answers : cent, are foreigners. 2 The man who is to raise the Cuban A medical authority says: "The bicycles and all, on the marble ject of which was borrowing. She sup- per cent, of the petty In the navy, 42 The Enquirer has no opinions to force officers, and flag over Havana, after the stars and lungs of people who have lived in the gravestone in alto relievo. The effect plemented the reading with some re stripes have been sent aloft over Morro city are not like the lungs of coun- is described as more novel thnn ar- marks of her own, which she closed per cent, of the teamen are foreign upon its patrons, it simply prints the castle, has already been selected. It is try people when both are brought to tistic, especially as the lady is chis- with this parting admonition: "Above born. facts and tells the truth that the reader United States war vessels of the may form his Juan Arnao who is to be thus honored. the dissecting table. The citizen's eled as attired in rational costume. In all things, children, when you have ocown opinions. Uy are nnmed after states, He is a Cuban patriot, 00 years of nge, lungs are always the inscription, which is in Spanish, is casion to borrow, never forget to re- first-clavery dark, sometimes a sentence maintaining the price of the paper, second-class- , after rivers, which may be translated: turn the borrowed article. Do not put those of the whose one desire is to live long enough even black, from smoke and dust "My dear soul had the tire of his life the person who was kind enough to ac- those of tho third, after the principal more news and greater variety can be to send up the Cuban flag over Havana. commodate you to the trouble of send- cities and towns, and those of the furnished, and every class prematurely punctured." He has fought 55 years for Cuba's freeof business ing for it." While she was still speak- fourth, as the president may direct. dom. Tho "curfew" Idea is said to be geting, a knock was heard nt the door. The relative ranks of naval and interests catered to, which a cheaper Chimney Sweep In Italy. ting very popular in Kansas towns, "Come in," said the teacher, as soon as military officers in tho United States I'ournal cannot afTord. Three Italian reThero is a story going the rounds In and, where tried, to have beeneffective cently applied for work as public she had finished her sentence. A pupil navy and army arc as follows: A rear The very liberal support given tht England that when Gladstone oi.ee atof good to a major in chimney village just from another department entered, tended a service in a church in Scot- young. results in control of the over the sweeps in a Swiss they sought stood waiting. "Well, what is nnd admiral corresponds rank brigadier Enquirer by the public at large, makes it, general, a commodore to a line. The places land he was disgusted, during prayer, "Miss general, a captain to a colonel, a com- it incumbent upon the management paid only $100 a yenr, but that was please?" said the teacher. to hear the minister say: "We pray The tallest soldier in the army is more than they got in Italy as teachers Blank snys." tho visitor called out, in mander to a lieutenant colonel, a lieu- to serve it faithfully with zeal and enThee, Lord, to bless the prime minister Bald to be Private Henry Jackson, of of the rising generation. And people a voice loud enough to be heard nil over tenant commander to a major, a lieu- terprise In minor matters as well a of this great nation, who is now wor- company K, Second New Jersey regi- wonder that there are discontented the room, "will you be kind enough to tenant to a captain, a lieutenant shiping under this roof in the third pew ment, who is 0 feet G inches In murmurings and talk of revolution in send back her blotting pad which you (Junior grade) to a first lieutenant, an those of greater magnitude borrowed the other day!" ensign, or midshipman, to a second height. the land of the Caesars! from the xia'nit." lieutenant in the army. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Tho American Volunteer. - No one in this country has had any doubt of the unflinching courage of tho "raw recruits" that make up a very large majority of the soldiers in tho United States armies. The foreign of ficers who arc in this country have all spoken of the stnlwart nppearnncc of the volunteers ns they have been formed into camps at the various places of rendezvous, but they have all referred to the fact that their deficiency In drill made them somewhat of nn unknown quantity when it came to tho test of active warfare. While it is not strange, says the Chicago Hecord, that officers who cannot understand how a citizen may be transformed into a capa ble soldier without several years of discipline and drilling should fail to comprehend how n man may be changed from a fashionable club member or a "cowboy" to a thoroughly competent trooper in less than n month of time, the battle near Juragua recently will show them that such n thing is possible, even if it is in violation of nil the Eu ropean rules and practices of war. No body of men in any rirmy ever fought SALUTING IN THE ARMY. GEN. R0SSERS UNIFORM. DR. P. W. CARTER, well-deserv- ed ed Low Rates inciiinati I I G.A.RJ - vct-era- ' best-train- ed I al I s I I Far-ragu- I?tu-ero- Queen Crescent! '; ) Low-Crown- ed, cd J Fried-enskirch- c, low-crowne- d, d YOU NEED A DAILY NEWSPAPER! (1FNTS low-crowne- d, d I low-crowne- d, broad-brimme- d WEEK The Louisville low-orowne- d, I Evening Post. I ..I i One-fourt- , I col-lar- Itusso-Turkis- $17,-000,0- er John R. McLean's Great Newspaper, .' Post-Dispatc- free-han- d. old-tim- e nd-ml- ts ' r ss i school-teache- rs ,"!,- - i v , IU.. .,..,, T- - .ar. --cjt. - ?? cw"'' rrfffftfir mwG-m'WirTr&uV- 'HHf""1 )VtlTWff.''tfX-ff?'gTc-'T,i'- T Rruee to Mixed Spices, Jelly Glasses, Cans IffHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Dripping Springs Wednesday, where and Jars at Warren fc Shanks'. she will remain some time. SCHOOL Skkut. FiIanic lusk, of the rtili U. .....!. - . supplies and books .for the .. " Stanford, Kv., Shit. 2, 1898 S. Volunteer.., is at home on a fur- - '"lu"u ftt:"uul M .Ifm " lough looking like the hardships of TllK harvest is past, the Summer ia ramp agree with him. ended and you have not paid for your E. C. Walton, litwiNisa Manai:k. Mil. T. A. KICK and wife, of Cum- paper. Shame on you berland Gap are hore. Mr. It. is work The Negroos are cbntemplatinn TllK best Is never too good for pre- ing in Agent J. S. Kice.s place, while scription work. That is the reason we he and wife nre visiting in Richmond. holding a fair hero and wore to have uho the best goods only. Ponny's Drug met last night to perfect arrangements. Store. Week after next Is the time now proLOCAL HAPPENINGS, Mil. J. E. llitUCK took Mrs. - -- 1 1 1 ,,, """ in- I ! posed. JAlLr.lt DeBoud now has '21 prison ers. Hememheu you can go to Cincinnati Mits. A. G Eastland is visiting to the G. A. H. for S2.90 round trip relatives at Parksvillc. See Illgglns i McKlnney about ovor the L. & N. without a change of BUD HOLIU:kmaN spent several days wheat fertilizers. cars, Sept. .'Ird to 0th inclusive. Train with his parents at Lebanon. ond day. They are of the finest weaves and designs. PERCALES of mnny choice pattern? in School books, tablet?, bag &c at leaves here at 2:10 a. m. and arrives J. T. JoXKS went up to Mt. Vernon nil prices. in Cincinnati at 7:30. Craig it Hooker's. LANCASTER. Wednesday to do eome tinning. Miw. IIknuy Lamm Kits and daughWateumelons. R. C. Engleman The Lancaster base ball team would SEE the Little Giant axle cutter at ter, Miss Eva, are in Cincinnati. shipped during AugustU"! watermelons like to secure a game with tho StanJ. II Greor's shop. Miss Fannie Wallace, of Garrard, none of which weighed less than '2.' ford team. Address Leslie Anderson. Bio bargains in slippors at oOc. pounds, besides selling hundreds on Is the guest of Miss Mottle Ilopper. The case against Wm, Wren, chargMiss Emma Wakuen returned from Severance V Sons. the street here. Five of his big ones ed with Dross and Apron Ginghams and CALICOES in endless variety. e raiding, resulted In a Hook Castle Springs yesterday. aggregated 22S pounds. hung jury, seven for conviction and five good board and rooms to Can Miss Madie Helm and O. H. Bock lady furnish THE Garrard county jury in the case for acquittal. There is another case and gentleman. Call at this olllce. 11 more College yesterreturned to W . of William Wren, charged with being against Wren, charging him with day. I WILL make very low prices to close of the recent raid made on shooting at the gate keeper, that will We arc receiving Broad Cloths, Covert Cloths, the new Poplins, Serges, Henrietta Mits. J. W. McAlistkk and chil- out stock on hand. A. C. Sine, Lumber, the leader the double gate on tho Richmond & probably be tried this court. Cloths, and many new Silk and Woolen Novelties. Silk dren retnrnod to St. Joe, Mo., yester- et3. By the traction engine rolling back, in Checks, Stripes and many novel combinations. Lancaster pike, near the latter place, day Second hand lightning hay press in failed to make a verdict. Seven were while passing through a gate, Harvey 1'KirrTY Miss Verbona Dawson left Norrls, n young farmer, was caught begood shape for sale. B. Iv. Wearen for conviction and five for acquittal. colTuesday for Midway to tween the separator and engine on ic Son. lege HAYS. Mrs. Clara, wife of W. D. Tuesday, and received injuries from DCNN, of Danville, Is MlssSEEENA Hays, of the Waynesburg section, died which he died Wednesday. Re was a We aro now nelling for cash exclu' the guest of Miss Catherine Haugh-tuii- n. sively and can give you some rare bar- Monday and was burled Tuesday morn- son of Levi Norrls, of tho Mt. Hebron ing In the old Double Springs burying neighborhood, near which place the gains. Mark Hardin. Mil M. L. Owsley loavos tonight . .. ground, after services by Rev. Nathan accident occurred. for Cumberland Unlvorslty at Lebanon, Faumeus. Heturn our sacks at once SiiKMeion. Sho was a splendid chrisW. O. Dunlap has secured a furlough Tenn. or else you will have to pay for them. tian woman and an active member of and is with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Victok Ballou, of the Jth J. II, Baughman & Co. A husband B. F. Walter. Will was with the Oh th- - Waynesburg church. week's furregiment, Is at home on and one child survive. U. 3. Cavalry and' participated in the lough. A l'EUIOD of Intense heat Is again some ujHJti us nuil the signal sei vice propheduring battle of San Juan Miss Mauy Hundley spent It was reported here yesterday morn- which engagement his Heights signnl-l- y regiment Springfield and cies continued high temporature. time with friends at ing that Thomas Price, who is out on . ii distinguished itself. Will wns unLebanon. with burning Fred bond, t Stankoed Lodge No. l.MJ elected J. Goode'scharged harmed by Spanish bullets, but he has II. M. ALLBN, of Cincinnati, MltS. blacksmith shop at K'dd's i to visit Mrs. II. J. T. Harris and Ed Wilkinson delegates Store, fired a number of shots at that a well developed case of chills and will nrrive to tho Grand Lodge meeting at WinMolloberts. gentleman near that place Wednesday, swamp fever. of Lebanon, chester in October. Our soldier bojs who have come Miss Mauy SkvbkaNck, but Mr. Goodc came In Inter and told home on furloughs, as a general thing, with Mrs. Martha epent several days THE college will open Monday with us It was a mistake. The report probbitSeverance. nn almost entirely new faculty and with ably got started by Policeman Arthur aro walking skeletons. They aro ter in their denunciation of the hos.Mil E. H. FOX, of Danville, who the brightest of which wu Jones, of Huitonville, shooting several .tttt'ndod the association, paid this slncorelv hope will be ronlized. times at u Negro named Joe Robinson, pital service at Chlckamauga, and say ...I..... oittco a cull. who he was trying to arrest. Robinson, that the reports published in the daily &2 SkI'TBMHBH 21th is the last day for Mlts. Jamks L. Dbvhks, of the Wost who is charged with horse stealing, papers are not at all exaggerated. They End, Is visiting her paroiUs, Mr. and filing claims against Lincoln county. outfooted tho olllcer and is still at are unanimous In their praise of their All claims filed after that date will be large. Mr. Goode tolls us that Price is company commanders, but say those Mrs Lovl Myor- -. WakhicN Is back from carried over till next year. George B. making his arrangements to go to Tex- officers aro powerless to right the MlssEl'KIE Hock Cartle Springs, where she has Cooper, clork. as. We learn from other source than wrongs of the hospital officers and physicians. spent the Summer. Gkouoe Lay, who was Indicted at Mr. Goodc that the senior Price has Enterprising citizens have started n Miss ALLENK White, of Crab Or- the February term of court for shoot- served two terras' In the penitentiary. brick kiln. It is not business specudays with hor brochard, spent few ing Benton Privltt near South Fork, CHURCH CHATTER. lation, but is for the benefit of the ther, Joe H. White. was arrostod by Jailer T. J. Bell, town. We have been compelled to haul N. B. IMUCE and Mr. and Mrs. MltS. and brought of Caoy, Wednesday, Rev. S. M. Rankin will preach at our brick from adjoining towns, paying Ed Price, of Garrard, fepent Wednos-- . to jail here. the Presbyterian church at Usual hours exorbitant prices for them. Hamlet day with Dr. A. S. Price. Sunday. iSii GUOKOIC Owens wu, tried on the Brown, our experienced Mil, Aliieut Allen, Jil, of Lex- -' Paducah Catholics have commenced will burn the kiln on the property of reo his brother, charge of striking Green Gill, also colIngton, was here to which will ored, with brass knucks and acquitted, the erection of a church Rice Benge in tho Baker addition. Elder F. W. Allen, this week. cost between 2o,000 and 810,000. 00,000 will be burned in the first kiln. T. D. Hanky and children but Judge Carson llued him $10 for Mks. Elder George A. Kllngman will J. N Lake, of Terro Haute, Ind., has went to Shelby City Wednesday to breach of the peace, which he is work- preach at Mrs. Martha Severance's ing out on tho streets. joined his wife at E. Brown's. Harry spend several days with friends. residenco Sunday afternoon at 3:30 . Beveuly C. Hour, of Yates, Mo., Closed. Manager T. II. Wright, of o'clock. Everybody cordially Invited Beard, one of the leading insurance men of Lexington, is in town this week. arrived Tuesday morning to visit his Green Briar Springs, passod through Eld. J. T. Brown, of Louisville, will W. J. Kinnaird, of Middlesboro, Is .Mrs. J. w . i.oiu. parents, Mr. and Tuesday, hav- preach at' tho Christian church ut with his parents here. W. A. Broad-du- s to his homo at d, of MltS. T. T. COYINOTON, ing closed for tho soason his delightful HustonvlUe Friday night, Sept. 0th, left for Lakeland yesterday, where was the guest of Miss Annie little Summer retort. He tells us that and at Turnersvllle Saturday night, he has been appointed n guard at the Bronaugh Engloman during th he had a butter suason than he expect- 10th. asylum. Mrs. J. M. Logan and two Rev. Geo. X. Eldridge, superintended. II. CLAY BHOADDUS. of Hlchmond, sons are visiting Mrs. J. P. Sandifer at Allient of tha Christian who attended tho Baptist convention, Covington. Wade Bush, of St. Louis, 30 When told that It took only about ance, will preach at tho Presbyterian accompanied by his friend, Charles was the guest of his relative, Mr?. J. minutes of actual work to nominate church hero next Monday evening at W. Bout. Daviron at Danville Tuosday, an old 7:30 and the next morntugat 10 o'clock. Moritz, are at Dr. W. N. Bush's. Mrs. It Is said that Corporal V. 11. Hall, gentleman of the Dlx river section re- The Tate's Creek Baptist Associa- M. D. Hughes is visiting in LaGrange, who came home from Cump Thomas marked: "It wns a ca?o of short horse Will Wherrltt, of New Orleans, and tion, alter one of the most ploasact ses sick, has a wull developed case of ty- - soon curried and If the election were Harry Wherrltt, of Cincinnati, have sions in its history, adjourned Wednes- been with phoid fever. the family of W. H. Wherto como olT today Gilbert would do him day, to meet with tho Mt. Tabor Miss Mauy HciuiAitn, of Binning up in half that time." rltt. Lieut. Claude Wherrltt wns up church, at Paint Lick, next year. from Chlckamauga this week and looks bam, Ala., the hand&ome young lady Unhecouded Deeds. It Is strange About 75 delegates and many visitors, better than any soldier who has been at who Ib to teach art at tho college this how carcle-- s people aro In the matter were in attendance and all express home. "Our Soldiers' John Farra, sceslon, has arrived. Miss Biutie Jambs is spending a of deeds. Over 300 aro in County Clork themselves delighted with the meeting Charles Walker and Harry Robinson of tho Stanford few days with her ststor, Mrs. James G. B. Cooper's olllce now and In this and the hospitality nre nil reported better at this writing. to George Issue ho begins to print the list so that people. Tho exercises began with the F. Holdam, prior to going The grand jury cousumed eight days 11 A. M. Tuesday by those who have been negligent may annual sermon at town to enter college. in their deliberations and returnod 13 Mn, and Mus. James O. Guissom, come to time, a need is valueless Rev. S. A. Owens, of Richmond, after indictments, two for murder, one for organization was effected by gate raiding, one for perjury, two of Columbia, spent several days with against an innocent party, unless re- which tlio the election of Rov. R. B. Mahony mod- - uguinst turnpikes for fnllure to properHor-tocorded. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. orator utid W. T. Pherigo clork. The ly maintain their roads, and tho others at Preachersville. Schools. The public school, Prof. principal object of tho associations is for minor offenses. Ed Clouso for tho BALLOU left A'cdnos-daMISSANUIE M. O. Winfrey, principal, and Miss for missions and good reports were sent for Franklin, Va., where she will killing of David Whitehead had his Mamio Lynn, assistant, opened with 0 up from tho churches us to collections, have charge of tho music department case continued because of absent witpupils and that number has been con- &c Rev. II. L. Mc.Murray preached for ball which was of Franklin Female Institute. siderably augmented since. Tho Acad the missionary sermon. Tho speeches on nesses He asked MlSSSALLIE DUDLEY, of WllCO, Is grunted in tho sum of $1,500, but ho omy, Prof. W. J. Craig, principal, had this subject wery very fine, especially as yet been unable to give it. visiting Miss Hettle Wearen. Sam only 10 At Ten Per Cent. Lower Than Anybody. See Us Bcforo You Buy. at the opening Wednesday, but thoso of Drs. Crumpton and Warder. bus During tho hearing of tho application Cochran and wife, of Paint Lick, wore tho number was lucrensqd yesterday Dr. Eaton discussed the report on tem with her during tho association. for ball an amusing incident occurred: and will continue to grow. perance, In which he takes great inter- Judgo Saulley had retired from tho MKSSUS. W. G. HaNEY and O. J. est. It provides for Thurmond have returned from a visit bench and was down among tue law IN our advertising columns is notice employment of men to travel and yers when Mrs. Whitohend, widow of to friends in Missouri, both very much of tho sale of stock, crop, Sec, of J. mako speeches In the Interest of local tho deceased, was called to testify. Improved by their trip. Advocate. E. Carson, of the East End, who, nfter enjoyed a visit from Hov. visiting a number of States, has decid- option, money to be raised by tho She wanted to show how she tried to This ofllco churches for their expenses. A collac-tlo- n 'keep McCoy from hurting my old T. T. Eaton, editor of the Baptist ed to locate at Wabash, Ind., where he for It was thereupon taken up aud man," and by way of Illustration arose who is a most entertaining has bought the controlling interest in a good sum contributed. and threw her arms nround tho Judge, talker and companlouablo gentleman. tho While River Jersoy Cattlo Co., Rov. Mahony made a most oxcellont and said: "I just hugged him close, this COOK, who has been with which owns l.0 or more of tho finest Tilden was highly com way loiuing ins nonor in a Caldwell & Lanier, of Danville, for cows of that breed in tho lnnd. Mr. presiding olllcer and Juuirc, visiting his sis- Carson's famous herd will not be dis- plimented for his impartial rulings. Ho fond embrace. It was no mere feint, sovcral years, is hero by being chosen delebut a genuine old fashioned hug. Tho ters, prior to going to Nashville to stu- posed of at tho salo, but will be taken was also honored Southern convention. Judge made frantic efforts to release gate to tho next dentistry. dy with him to tho Hooster State. Tho music by the local choir, assisted himself which he finally succeeded in Mu. and Mus. Will Stone, Mr. Dr. J. T. Bohon, who by tho good voices of tho visitors, made doing, umid much confusion, and tho Close Call. and Mrs. Nccloy Stone, A. T. Traylor, song service a most delightful fea- laughter of the assembled bar. and P. Straub, Jr., and Emil Meier attend- was hero yesterday, tolls us that he De- the ture of the meeting and praises were ed the Odd Fellow meet at Llnnlettn his aunt, Mrs. B. O. Reynolds, of Queen & Crescent low rates to Cln. catur, 111., camo near being run ovor at In everybody's mouth. Wednesday. Springs dinners served on the grounds clnnatl, Sept. 3d to 0th on the C. S. The Eldeu John PaulSlayden, pastor Moreland by a fast train Christian church of Col His lines got crossed and pulled tho were real feast. Hundreds partook of of the First way, but he succeeded them and hundreds more might have aoo-Acr- e umbia. Tenn., spont several days this horse tho wrong Lasley, a class In getting the vehicle off tho track in done so and tho supply would not have All In wrnoii- with Mies Sue a part of the OKI (iremKerry Wo are out this year with some new improvements. Some manufacturers imitate well watered. Two tho nlcho of time. In the excitement, been exhausted. Tho ludlos all deserve llripht (arm. splemltil land Karn umler construe mate of "03" at South Ky. College. fair dwelling. Oool txk would take nearly the tlon. V.v terms, itrttnberr Uriglit, bUmfurcl, We don't; we originate. Perfect in balances, light draft, force feed, Ac. Miss MlN'VA PAUIC PHELPS CaUlC ho dropped his coat and vest, which mention, but it Ky. lying In his lap, and when he re- entire roll of membership to do so. i down from Richmond with her father, were Among tho many prominent deledeleturned after going a mile or so, to get Mr. Thomas Phelps, who was a ! were Thomas Thorpe, Esq., tho gate to 'the Baptist Association, and them, he found tho garments, but his gates watch, match caso and spectacle case retiring clerk. He was county clerk Cobb." spent several days ntCaatlo We were unable to fil Tarm of 200 Acres, ono rnllo of Hubble, from tho pockets. Ho of Madison for three terms aud Is now Ky. si) Acres to go In wheat, 30 to go In When you nre oflered a disc drill. Others are imitations. Mn. John P. Davis has rented a had been taken ask you to place your order with'us early for the best Or will our orders lat year, and kindly says, howover, that tho loss was not as deputy in tho olllce. Ho was also a corn, balance In clover and gras-,1 handsome residenco on East MaxM"b might bo imagined, as the Confederate soldier, which Is further rent Improvement an crass cepurate. Tor as further Information apply to well street, Lexington, and will move great O. A. SWlNEliKOAD, Hubble, Ky , watch was of tho kind that sell at $1.50 proof that he'is a mighty good man. his family there next week, much to peck. Or O. It. Swluebroud, Lancaster, Ky. 50 lm Wo are indebted to Clerk W. T. a tho regret of their many friends hero. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Pherigo for favors and courtesies. Hi selection In the long line of distinguished men, who have filled tho position, shows how highly he is held by the body. He is an uncle of Clerk J. F. Cummins and was his guest during his stay hero. Hev. W. H. Stewart, editor of the American Baptist, the organ of the colored Baptists of Kentucky, general superintendent of tho Sunday schools of the State, Sec, made a fine address extending cordial greetings from his Hev. T. M. Faulkner, editor of the Indiana Baptl9t Record, was also present. The ladies tell us that 00 people ate with them the first and 7f0 the sec- Important Dry News. X Goods Our line of " We are now ready for early purchases of Fall Wash Fabrics Brandenburg ClothsDsssrve Notice. SATEENS in Brocaded and Plain, Chambries, toll-gat- Iii Woolen Fabrics, JOHN P. JONES. Waist Patterns re-ent- 11 NEXT WEEK to-da- y ui Sj g pro-puct- s, 1.. .i.n. m .... I 11 11 Will be spent by us in the Markets buying PALL and WINTER GOODS. Wait for us and watch our advertisement. Get our prices before buying. brick-make- r, SEVERANCE & SONS. Mot-elan- lilch-mon- For CASH Only I Beginning Sep. 1, 1 will sell only for Cash or Produce. Get my Prices before buying. MARK HARDIN, STANFORD. LOOK HERE I Wheat Drills, B. K. WEAREN St n, y Corn Harvesters, Disc Harrows, SON. al He-cord- Farm For Sale, 4'J-l- - Uliie-Gras- FOR RENT Always Ask For The "Superior, HTGGINS & McKINNB Y. fi . " w&im&mmmw wmi- - ,,jttw ii .tt . m m m m te V l IV I t nj. t v .rr H THOMAS. UNO AND STOCK. FARM FOR IV) Aire, well watertsl and In tine mate of culttv INTERIOR JOURNAL ClUCICAMAUGA, AU)J.2S I loft homo Spill Silk has won SG.400 so far this THE Hoy To dwelling homes, jowl Win iin.li nl A Friday morning and got to the Park season. torn and hu ttvps tan lie taught I'iiwmi.iu 1 iMwmi to ult mui lia'r full 011 or addles. early Saturday morning. I had a pleasrunning Lexington will have n y U lii) Mi(I.in viitilunl. Ky 3E a'blUOa.eA'VLacsiajro a..& 3Tri.a.v ant visit home, the only trouble being meeting beginning Sept. 10. shortness of my stay. There seems few Auderson sa .fku, ymovu i --vr vvjs'Cic thebe quite a delay in getting the va- in John East End atbought a3c heifers to Hi and the Unriertalcer, rious regiments away from Camp R. H. Cooper sold to Dudderar fc When not aopaldasa.CO will be charged. Kontucky Hustonville, Thomas. The main fault is lack of Kennedy his crop of wheat at OOo. facilities. It now seems transportation Buyers of cattle for feeding purposes i, Oners hit tmlcet to tliv rpl ofet Mnculti FREE for a few months to all users of the uncertain and "doubtful expectations" report them very scarce and high. J nJ Casey counties Full stock of offliitanaiuW KQUU! NO COOKING Ufli celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron lidWHTlOU llMlU s about the future of the Second KenJesse C Lynu bought of James W 1). S. Carpenter. Manager. Brand). To Induce you to try this brand of tucky. That the men want to be turn20 hogs averaging 123 pounds at TIME tarch.so that you may find out yourself ed loose can not be withheld from the Hie. Of TMII STARfM Will M VX Bf that all claims for its superiorityforand econto fight for their KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Isaa-- Hubbard sold to Fred P. Bishpublic. They enlisted omy are true, the makers have had prepared, country, but the war is over, a protocol op 30 shouts at 3tc and a heifer for Louisville, Ky., at great expense, a aeries of c No. 5 Arrrlvesat Stanford at 1:03 a. m. agreed upon and peace is a certainty S24.50. 2.10 A. St. Ho. Iearcs Stanford at No. 21 Arrives at ltowland at 12:00 PAV. and why hold this great army of men Tho Winchester Democrat reports AMERICAN & EUROPEAN No. 22 Leaves Stanford at - 3:40 r. M. and let them sutler a hell on earth several large sales of l,o00 pound cattle when they are praying for the day at 4.70 to 4. KNQXVILLE DIVISION. The Ladies Kostanraiit Is the llncat In when they can once more be called Four fine Polled Angus bull calves the city. Kvcry convenience for ladles men." The people havo just of five months old, for sale. J. S. Owsley, "free ..12 37 p m Bpetuling the day in the city. .. No. 24 Train going North exact reproductions of the ?io,ooo originals by Muvllle, which will be given .. 2 41 am late had the opportunity of reading In Sr. Stanford. " No. 25 ' Geutkutn'a Cnfe on oillcu iloor. ..12 43 a m " outh you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below. No. 25 " awful and horrifyKlatawah won tho .. 1 21 m the daily press the 23 " No. THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference, are free of any suggestion of ing treatment of the boys in damp pace nt Independence, la., in the fast For alM'olnts. M ntinger. advertising whatever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. No Thomas, but "the half has not yet been time of 2:07. EO'JOU TICKETS bOLD. . manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its .Music - Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday THUOUGU. told." Heretofore I would not have ilAGQAOE CHECKED J. A. Diddle bought in Adair and Kvuninv. customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only in For any Information enquire ot dared to have written a word about the Cumberland counties 137 cattle at an the manner specified. The subjects are: "Camp Thomas horrors," but I havo average of 3.S7. Adair News. JOE S. RICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. seen so much In the papers of late that American Wild Ducks, J. H. Boone received Tuesday 200 American Pheasant, I think it nothing but right to substan lambs he bought of J. G. Livingston, English Quail, English Snipe. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. tiate them. Tho way the sick havo Silas Anderson and others at 4c. The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each (I. O. O. F.i upon A Scott county grower brought the m. and 3 r. t., been treated is a curse and stain Plaque is bordered with a band of gold. TralnsleaTeKranVfortatfi:SOA. oancctlng at Georgetown with J. A C. and reach- the character of some few individuals Georgetown Times two corn field beans Sovereign Grmul Lodge. ing Paris at 8:40 a. m. and 5:10 r. M. Leave Paris p m., connecting at Georgethat can never bo erased. It Is far bet- which measured two feet seven inches at 9:20 a. M. and 5:30 ELASTIC STARCH town with Q. .1 C. and reaching Franktort at 11.55 ter for the deathly sick to bo at their each In length. How Got A. M. and 7:20 e. G. P. A. yrtOS, A. quarters In camps, where I am sure has been the standard for 35 years. W. R. Cook, of Garrard, tells us that 24, 1898. 19 All purchasers of thre 10 cent or they will get the attention of their ho has bought several hundred barrels Is Scent package of FJaitle Starch TWENTY-TWMILLION (Flat Imn llrand), aw entitled to QUEEN & CRESCENT. comrades, than to be confined in some of corn In the field at SI and believes Round tlieirirrocer one of One packages of this brand were sold beautiful Oam IMaquti free. The of the hospitals at this place. I have he has paid more thau the market VIA last year. That's how good it is. placiuea will not be tent br mall. Trains pass Junction City as follows: heard enough and seen enough to con- price. 4 11 p m Ther can be obtained only from your 12 02 p m No. 2 North No. 1 South 11 ASK YOUR DEALER Krorer. 3 41am 11 49 am No. 8 " "4 '" ......13pm vince me that Camp Thomas Is a "Hell Sam Royse has pulled his machine " 6 Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. No. 5 " ......1118 am to show you the plaques and tell ......6 00 a m on Earth," as Capt. Barry puts it. 8 05 p m "10 " under the shed after threshing 60,000 No. 9 " Do not delay. Thlf offer you about Elastic Starch. Accept s TNo. docs not stop. No 2 stops only for Tickets will be on nle Sent. 10, 17 and I was in the division hospital a whole bushels of wheat, lie reports tnat a is for a abort time only. from South ot Somerset. 9 and 10 run no no substitute. 18. r.'tnniiiiL' cood lenvinz Boston not l long ago on detail and I was In large per cent of wheat he threshed Is day not than Junction City and 5 and 6 only to tor than Sept. 30, 1SD3 For tickets and the measles ward. I suppose there not of Adair's best. Adair News. full Information call on Ticket Agents were something like 300 men or possiJ. H. McAlister and J. B. Foster "Big Four Route," or address, Royal asalces) the food pare, n bly more with measles and there were bought of J. C. Lynn 13 cat WAllHKN J I Nl 11, K. O. MrCOllMK K, wholesome asd dallcletu. , A Tat. At not a few that were in tno last stages, tle at 4c for present delivery. They Vnu Trartic Mirr Am. l.n lINCINNAn.O. and while there I heard men not able bought about 00 of the same kind of to movo a muscle call for the orderly various other parties at 3J to 4c for until their voices gave away entirely, Oct. 1 delivery. but no orderly came. I further heard Vc will store wheat at a less price than you can store a man say that was sick there that there A CRITICAL TIME were only three orderlies in that ward it yourself. All who stored last year made inonev. Also DL'HIXO THE BATTLE OF SANTIAGO. and that they seemed not to care whether they were there or not; that SICK OH WELL, A HUSH XIOUT AXD DAY. will either buy, store or sell you saeksto store. Call and ho had laid there for several days with The Packers nt the Battle of Santiago see us. scarcely any attention at all. Most all de Cuba were all Heroes. Their Herothe sick are being taken homo now and ic Efforts in Getting Ammunition and OF BROOKLYN. many will not live to get there. Rations to Iho Front Saved the Day. I saw a train of hospital wagons this St No. 3, writP. E. Butler, of pack-trai- n POWDER evening almost a mile long that were : AkSBlutBl Pur filled with men going homo on sick ing from Santiago De Cuba, on July 23, Sale Rent, leaves. Here Is something official about says: "We nil had diarrhoea in more or Our Farm of 1M AcrM of Klrot'Ctatt Co., oi Scotland. than Iluttourlllr the Second Kentucky. There have been less violent form, and when we landed laml, iltuaKHl leiJan. 1, half mllr Troui kiwId; iirlr TINNING & PLUMBING, I'oswMlon glTen tsw Whr.it KOUND1CD 1HOO. 10 deaths In the regiment. There are we had no time to see a doctor, for it was lies wun ilolrol. U li and M J Ailm. YORK. ROYAl BAKlfcd POWDER CO., ht Kjr. is tf nnd day to 192 at home sick, two confined in the a case of rush and rush night STANFORD, ICY., division hospital, two In the Sternburg keep the troops supplied with ammuni It now prepared to do all kind of Plumbing and Tinning. Sole proprietors of Denn't hospital, two in the Leiter hospital, two tion and rations, but thanks to Chamber- $10,000 Sals of Lincoln County hTASKOItH, KY Hlack IMamond Itoof Paint. Telephone So. At- lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remin the Ft. McPherson hospital at , .u, resilience mop on .Mill si.. opisIto J. ding Sends, 11. liauguman .v 10 s .Mill lanta and 49 unable for duty In tholr edy, we were able to keep at work and quarters, while I am satisfied there are keep our health; In fact, I sincerely beWe the undersigned Committee, unpointed many more really unfit for duty that lieve that nt one critical time this mediof DR. R. of " The situation cine was the indirect saviour of our army, nt a Stxelal Termheld the I'K'al Courtwill, A Hare marked "full duty. Lincoln County, MMI Aur Hi. 1K Will enter upon its fourth rears' work of affairs at Camp Thomas is far worse for if the packers had been unnblc to pursuant to an order of uld court, on HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & with greatly increased fnciliUeo. work there would havo boeu no way of than I have pictured them. A visit to Saturday, Sept. 24, 1898, SURGEON, the various camps, hospitals, dumps getting supplies to the fiont. There MONDAY, SEPT. 5th, '08. and a whin" of the awful stenches will were no roads that a wagon train could At 2 v St., offer for :nle publicly In front of Sffltlfnrfl. ir.tllliinlr.- - Instruction thorough, no whitewash!!)); door In Stanford. Ky., 40 the Cool, Exhilarating, Restful. Music, Amuseconvince. The boys say if tnoy ever use. Mv comrade ami mysell liau lue Lincoln County Howls of the denomination fceleet, private, number limited: no idlers ments and Good Living. Ofllee over Hlglns A, McKlnney's Store. j'.'JO eucli. "jjald bond to run IS ,eur wanted. For terms and conditions of addo get out and should get Into trouble good fortune to lay in a supply of this of with the privilege aftur mission, applv to before we five years, bvarlncof redeeming "For Terms uddess. with any one they will tell them to "go medicine for our paek-trai- n per cent, interest five DK.J.S.STAIT, Vila, and they left Tampa, and I know in four cases it per annum, payahlu uunually. to 46-Crab Orchard, Ky US HOF2HANN, Prop. getChickainauga" to speak. will then absolutely saved life " '.'4, lOv llotids to bear Interest from Sept. "relieved" so The Parmers Hunk A Trust Co., located J AS. P. HA I LEY. at Stunfonl, In the state of Kentucky, Is Tho above letter was written to the A report was current for several days GEO. It. COOl'EH, closing up Its utr.ilr. All cii'dltor-- i of mild II. HELM. ! that the Second was going to Hunts-vill- manufacturers of this medicine, the Hank therefore are hereby notllled to ut their clalmsagnliit Mild Hank for Ala., but the water supply is In Chamberlain Medicine Co., Des Moines, MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Fror.. Iowa. For sale by Craig it Hocker, J. H.OWsLEY. Cashier. : Kentucky. adequate at tbat place and it is now If not sold privately before, we will eit said we will go to Annlston, Ala. Many Druggists, Stanford, Ky.' at auction on SATUllDAV. OCT. I. ts., a The Lincoln County National Hank, of Newly furnished; clean beds; splcndsd if not the majority of tho boys believe Acres'. Stanford, Ky.. Jiu (.ueceeiled the 1'nrniers Farm of 87 Everything Porters wo will yet go to Lexington and the After the quakuel. "Go!" she table. Hank .V Trust Co.. of Stanford. Ky., and On Hanging l'ork one mile from HustonTANNES BBOS., ITcKIUKEY. 89 meet all trains. has- assumed all its liabilities, asoeto and Lord knows there Is where they all exclaimed, "and never speak to me ville on the Stanford pike. It Is well Imentire business. proved, with house of eight rooms, all the want to go. Gen. Breckinridge is quo- again!" S 11. SHANKS. President. outbout.es, well wateroJ ami unHe passed out into the unsympathetic A. S. PRICE, ted as stating that all the Kentucky J II. ONSI.KV, Cashier. der good' fence. Sale Is for tho puroie of night, but paused when he reached the Vu to any of thu a satisfactory division. boys would bo taken to their native 2 Milk Crocks, oc H liars of Surgeon undeMgned for further particular or call we are going to leave sidewalk and drew something from Every Day Soap for 5c. State. Any how Lincoln Count; National Sank, Dentist, on or address J. W. Drje at Iluitouvllle, 4ITTFHL and I think it will in a very few days. one of his inside pockets. As he did Ky. J W Drye. Mr. J. P. Tiddler. Mm. Kate Ky. We are absolutely ignorant as to our so the beautiful girl, who was watchTKEASl'UV nr.PAKT.Mr.NT. H Teihunu and Mrs. It C. Ilrudle u ing him from the vestibule, uttered a COMITHOU.KII Of THLCrilllK.M V, OtEcoorer McRobertV Drug Store In theROwsley future destination. Washington. I), t , August Dili, Islis, shrill scream and ran toward him. , Dulldlne. Clarence Coleman. Whereas, by satisfactory evidence pre"Albert," she cried, "what would sented to the undersigned, 'it has liecu made C. you do? Pray do not kill yourself! CLOSE RELATIONSHIP. A to appear that The Lincoln Count v National Hank of Stanford," In the clt of Throw your revolver away and let us The relationship which the baking forget our quarrel." Fine Doited Meal, per bushel, 15c Good &tnuford, In the county of Lincoln mid Slate of Kent tick), has complied with all powders bear towards our health is a revolver," he replied, as Family Flour, L'5 lb. sack, 45c. Dost the provisions of the statutes of the United The "It isn't coming to be appreciated. States, required to he comp'led with before he caught her in his arms. "It Is a Family Flour, 'J5 lb Sack, 50c. an association shall Ih authorized to comStanford, Ky., There Is no doubt that the indigestion monkey wrench I borrowed from you mence the liuslucisof Hanking. and dyspepsia of which many Ameri- that day my wheel broke down. I Now, therefore, George M. Collin, Dcputv and Acting Comptroller of tho Curroucy, do Is Receiving his cans complain arc caused by the indis have been wearing It next to my heart And hereby certify that "The Lincoln Count v criminate uso of alum baking powders. ever since." National Haiik of Stanford" in the City o'f Goods. Stanford, In the County of Lincoln a ml These baking powders, from their low Then they returned to the parlor State of Kentucky, Is authorised to comer price, from tho persistency with and took up the thread of love's young mence the business of Hanking as provided Goods Warranted. which they are advertised as pure dream where It had been broken. In M'Cllou flfte ouu hundred nnd ltv nliut of the KovNeil Statutes of the United States, Fit Guaranteed. cream of tartar powders, or from the In tetlmouv whereof witness my hand tempting' schemes with which they Give Him a Call. The seven wonders of tho world are seal of otllco this ninth day ot August, and 1VJS. are otlered, are being purchased by the pyramids of Ejjypt, the mausoleum GEO. M. COn-- ' IN. many housekeepers. That aim bak built for Muusoltis, Kins of Carta, by Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the Currency ing powders are unwholesome Is a fact Artemisia, his Queen; the Temple of FIRST NATIONAL BANK And Dealer in No. 3lh2. 47 as well established as that arsenlo is a Diana at Ephesus, the Hanging (terOf STAKFOUD, KY. HARNESS, SADDLERY, &C. poison. There must accordingly bo raced) Gardens of Semlramls at Babythe greatest care exercised by the lon, the Colossus at Rhodes, tho ivory STANFORD, KY. Surplus, 315,760 CilUl Stock $100,000. housewife to keep them from her food. and gold statue of Jupiter at Athens, analysis will only expose and the Pharos, or Watch Tower, built A chemical THE Attention of the public li railed to the fuctthit this l tliaouulr Natloiml Hank In Stanford. UnII! IP IR their true character. Even the price bv Ptolmey, Kin? of Ejrypt, at Alex der the jrroTliluiii ot tliu National Hank Act 8 ilei)illor are secured not only Iit the rantta! ftock, at which they are sold Is not always a andria. but hjr the itockholdt'ra' llalillilr (or an amount mark to identify them. eiiialtn theatork to that ujxsltoriof thlilmtlto. Building Up Cool Wisconsin Resorts. -- The tlon are ly a fund ol cJ.0,000. The nworn PHNETUATUS There is certain safety In tho use of Uteuietitsof the condition ol the Hank are made Monon Route via Chicago is the proper The strength pf the little ones we have all each jear to the Unlit-- States doiermuvul and Iti brand, Royul Baking the line. Write E. H. Bacon, D. P. A., dattsl EIGHT GREAT STATES uwts are examined atadditionaltimet by government Powder. The Royal is not only certiagent, thu aud jwrlt'ct tiler Monon Route, Louisville, for pamph- the materials. Our stock of these goods, dcnotltort. fied by the Government Chemists free Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia toTtiit inttltutlon originally eitabllthed at the Derates and time tables for all re from Nursing Bottles, Nipples. Etc., to North and South Carolina, posit Hank of Stanford In IhJS, then reorganized u from alum and from all adulteration, lets, Alabama, Mississippi. sorts In Wisconsin, Minnesota and the National Hank ofStantord In 1CG3 andaxalo reorganized aa the First National Hank of Stanford Route to but every house .vile feels a confidence Michigan. Information cheerfully Prepared Food for Iufunts, is large, well in ls2, has had practically an uninterrupted when using it which she cannot havo for 35 yeirt. It It tetter tupplled nqw wit". and services of an agent to meet assorted and contains everything approvSleeping Ucllltk t fur traii.acllm: bushiest promptly and lib. with any other powder. It Is made given all parties on arrival of trains at Lou- ed of by the medical fraternity. orally than urer beforoin lit long aud honorable from chemically pure cream of tartar, isville and Chicago rendered free. career. Accounts of Individual!, fiduciaries uruu Hetwecu Louisville am' the South. and individuals solicited. and is actually an proLook at our lino of Infant's Combs, DIRICTORS. moting digestion and adding to the George Miller, Brushes, Teething Rings, Puffo Near Decatur, Ala., F. Ileld, Lincoln Co.; W. Harden, Stanford J. Powders, THREE DAILY TRAINS S.T. Harrli. wholeiomeness of tho food. b. II. Iiuuzauiau. " u farmer, had a fight with a moccasin ' J S. Hocker, " T I. Hill. V. 1'. Walton " ' snnke. Ho struck the snake at close Etc You will bo pleased with their Each way between Louisville and Lexington W. A. Trlbble, J.UColllnr.CrabOrch'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. Low rates Cincinnati, Queen & Cres- quarters, bursting the poison saca, quality and price. , M, O. El more, btunfurd. W. A. TURK, O. P. A., cent during G. A. R. Encampment, which flew Into Miller's face, destnak J. Kafid, O. P. A., Chicago. Washington. I). O. orncKRs. E. H. Bacon, D. P. A., Loulavllle, Ky Cincinnati. W. II. TAYLOE, A. O. P. A. J.;S.Uocker, President; J. J. McKoberU Caiali troying his eyesight. Louisville, HORRORS OF CAMP -10-da- pPpm A Beautiful SALErWK .1 1 lir? vxsi a Pep-ple- 611 mi SARCH FCUMO Present JVT. StTTTOBr, EM - ; LOUISVILLE HOTEL GAME PLAQUES . three-year-ol- d 1 T Odd Fellows, Fare for Trip To Thorn: tlo Boston, Mass., Sept. to O V1 v "Big Four Route, 1 pasen-Ker- fun-th- er Som-rse- U 900-toun- d l'. . pnL FIRE INSURANCE IVYT PHB Company Insurance Insurance WkiN J. H. BAUCHMAN Mile-Gra- CO. or J. T. Jones, Caledonian ORCHARD SPRINGS -E- l: R.B.MAHONY.Agt, 31-- tt m. PHGLPS, COLLEGE :HOME IM m NOW OPEN, ! Court-llou- so NOTICE. 7t Mason Hotel .in first-clas- s. ) e, 45-- td pre-!u- FARM FOR SALE 12 pav-mo- Iaiicaster, THE CYCLONE. - nece-.ar- ) Stanford, JXcGIaAV 2 Bars of Lenox Soap, 5c. orm-KOi-Ti- H. RUPLEY, Merchant Tailor, Fall Call And See Us. vintcr UNDERTAKER! Southern Railway TAKE THE For MONON,' well-know- n J The Popular , Through Cars exist-em- v CHICAGO. anti-dyspepti- c, Penny's Drug Store. iv. Ky A.;4,;Mclilnney,AfiitantCaihler. j . e. t. -- 'Jkl ' P.