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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898090601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . "' -- ' ' . it. .t.i- - -- K- . SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVII. NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. Y HUSTONVILLE, , INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER THE BARBOURVILLE G. 189S. NO. 53 I FAIR, &c. - r L ft usual tno Lsarbourvllle rair was afWin. Dodd sold to a Saulsbury, N. Tho Klngsvllle and MeKlnney base Esau Hobbs, of Itoll euunty. was shot .Sell Goods Cheap ? Well, if you af- - success, notwithstanding the heavy rain gelding for $100. C. party, a ball nluos crossed bats hero Friday from ambush ami badly wounded. F. U. Twldwoll and Jerry Adams tornoon. Tho gamu ended in favor ol of tlio last day. The crowd Thursday Richmond closed Its only bucket was said to have been the largest for Bhop by putting a license of 1,000 on will open a clothing and gents' furnish- McKinuey 17 to 4. Experience you wl'I know that years and tho stock show and races , ing store here In tho near future. Miss Delia Barkley died of consumpthem. were good, but Friday people were W. G. Cowan, tho boss farmer, aver- tion at her home with her aunt, Mrs. There uro 117 criminal cases on the kept away by tho threatening clouds docket of the circuit court, which be- aged 32 bushels on his 10 acres of Jacob Nance, uear Turncrsville. a few and the races were cut short by the Cause of Our Success Lies in the was of a very lino quality. day agJ. She was buried beside her wheat. It gan nt Richmond yesterday. rain and mud. A good dividend will Mrs. Jennie Carpenter chaperoned a mother in Pulaski county. Londou The- Louisville Dlsputch and A, J. Durton, who has been sick at be declared, which Secretary Tinsley Kcho are arguing themselves unknown crowd of young people to Mammoth told me would go to improvements. Of Our Goods, Making People Travel by tho former speaking of Hon. G. G. Cave a few days ago. They went In his home near town for several months, The Lincoln county boys were unalong has recovetcd sutlicientiy as to bo able as "Dr." and tho latter ns C. private conveyances and took Gilbert tents and provisions und will enjoy to spend a few days recently from homo successful on account of accidents, &c. C. Gilbert. with friends. Fortunately Mr. Burton Scott Farris and D. Kcnna Farria both To patronize hj; especially to sec such lines as Stetson Hats. Stacy Adams Shoes; William Morgan, who was cut und camp life. While returning home from town held a "sick policy" with the Knights had horses hurt, while one pr two of Manhattan Shirts, Sweet Orr Pniit-s- . Best Clothing Made. All Goods Guaranteed. hhot by Jim Mobcrly, Jack Chlnn's Tom Napier's wore out of shape. The brothor-ln-law- , died Friday. Moborly Monday night, James C. Hold, on horse- of Maccabees, whose remittances of J5 back, collided with tho buggy occupied per week has been much appreciated. latter Farris won a running race and was arrested. Mr. Napier a trot, however. Mr. John Metcalf, whoso grandfath by J. II. Taylor and mother and was Mrs. G. S. McKinnoy, who got hurt In The ladles' riding ring was hotly con 136. conslderab'y hurt. The buggy was a fall about two months ago, is again er was ono of tho early settlers of damaged but Its occupants escaped able to walk ubout her room. Phil tested nnd was won by Miss Ora ChamNlcholasvillc, Is the oldest native born uninjured. McGlophin moved here from Waynes-bur- g berlain, who was loudly applauded. She citizen of that place. Miss Poarl Hose has entered Hamillast week and Is working on the rodo In tho same ring last year, but Tho wife of !'. J. Lipscomb, of Richwas defeated, much to the disgust of mond, nrusented her husband with ton College, Lexington. Mrs. Green- C. S. railroad. Odie Paul has gone to the spectators. Bud Dunn, of Madison, twin boys, which tho patriotic father berry Adams and children a'ld Miss Somerset and is working in Davidson's brother of our A. C. Dunn, won in the Eugenia Peyton have returned to marble shop. has named Dewey and Sutnpson. Texas. Miss Lena McGraw, The public school here under the gentleman's riding ring over a big In a fight at Somerset over a woman color- of Junction City, is with Miss Nell management of Prof. J. W. Hall and field. Ho also won the walking and Sam Doll shot Joe Johnson, aUo saddle mare rings, while his ed, to death with the laltor's pistol, Adams. Misses Katherlne and Edna Mrs. Netlo Hutrphrey I progressing old son was awarded the premium for which ho succeeded In taking from Haughman will leave In a few days for nicely. The enrollment some dnys ago the best boy rider. Holllns, Va., to attend college. had reached more than SO pupils and him. Considerable interest wus manifested Mrs. Pearce, of El Paso, Texas, Is was still increasing. The attendanco band and orchestra consistA brass visiting the family of L. 13. Adams. Is good and a good work is being done. in tho plowing ring, which was won by ing of 20 pieces has been organized at a Knox county farmer, over Holdam Out of suits that cost from 10 to $12. Call at once and get first choice as these Somerset. Gabo Doono Is leader and Louts VanArsdalo has matriculated at Prof. Hall has kindly furnished the Stuart, an old Crab Orchard boy, who, Goods will not last long at the price. It. U. Morrow, son of tho Judge, presi- Hogsclt Academy, Danville. Lafon school room with his own private libra- notwithstanding has not plowed for Carpenter will enter Kentucky Univer- ry and Invited tho pupils to make free dent. years, got the certificate. A plow Crab Orchard, Ky. of an axle of Cin- sity at Lexington this week. Mr. and and frequent use of it whenever necesDy tho breaking F. Monnett, of Norwalk, O., are sary. Two long tables have been pro- worth S10 was the premium and was freight train No. 32 Mrs. cinnati Southern given to the one who plowed four near Flat Itock a wreck was caused in guests at E. S. Powell's. Messrs. Jesse vided for school journals and choice stralghtest rows. P. Hide and J. T. Itoso drove through literary periodicals which are also for which llrakeman Qulnn was killed and The music was a feature of the fair. to Taiham's Springs tho other day. tho free uso of the school. Curtains Thomas Chestnut badly Injured. Prof. Cheisraan's London band, which Tho State Hoard of Health has raised Mrs. Emmelt McCormack has gone to have been hung over the windows and is one of the best in the State, furnish Kansas, to visit her father. a number of pictures adorn tho walls, tho quarantine of Jackson county, as Wichita, it. mall-)Oaro under control. Miss Anglo Carpenter has returned to all told, making tho school room far caios all If it's Quality, if it's Price, our stock will suit you, no matter what Candidates were on hand and got in fc North Middletown to complete her ed- more Inviting than we have ever before wA you want in the Shoe or Furnishing Line. It will pay you to look Tho guards on duty In the seven surwork. Judge Brown, Harry their 'iere or 'l- - Our Fall and Winter Stock is ready. rounding counties will now bo removed. ucation at Prof. M. G. Thomson's seen it here. Tho credit Is due the and John Henry Wilson were 7(1, G. school. teachers, and patrons should ollloiont Wellington Harlan Post, No. 1 appreciate their highly commendable each giving reasons to tho boys why he A. It., ol Danville, has becu given a DANVILLE. should be nominated for circuit judge ctlortn. The teachers' association of magnificent silk Hag by Mrs. Jlnkle and Judge Borelng was equally as busy Ml Are joked in these. We are anxious to show you these goods. Let's Harrodsburg, widow of tho S. Kendrlck, pastor of tho this magisterial district will meet here Elder J. Harlan, of explaining his peculiar fitness for con- Ijji take one shoe out of 50 kinds and styles and call your attention to it. gallant soldlor In whose honor tho Kst Christian church, has on to red upon his next Satuiday, Sept. 10th. Wo hope to gressman from the 11th. It will bo a '&' It is high cut, leather lined, heavy sole, box calf; "good enough foi ele- see a good attendance and a day profitMj gance, cheap enough for economy. Different toes and a shoe that uighth year with that church. was named. hot primary, but posted men told me t, will please. Women's, Misses' and Children's Shoes that are, "because Mrs B. G. Fox took a party of ably spent. Trusteos and patron? of niinn A. Cnnant. for years a bar- that Eversolo stands the best show. He ncss dealer, died at Somerset last wuek friends to the river Fridaay ftornoon. the schools would learn to more appre- is not as well fitted for tho office as !) aged 03. Hrlghut dlcao was his trou- Supper was enjoyed at tho ovvor ciate tho teacher's work If they would either of lho other gentlemen and it Is attend these meetings. rT4 ble. Besides a wife ho loft six ehll house. me iueuuiu ouuu uuu rurimuiug jiuusc, van Viuu&t & 'fll Jacob Hummelstcln was in Louisville hoped by many, including the writer, During the past sumtnor the churchMrs. Itobt. Hicks, now dren Including In allalrs will come about that a chnnge es of Danville united In union servlcos last week buying goods. He goes to before the 17th of St. Louis. the day set for the Gormloy was hold to th grand at night. It has been a pleasure both Cincinnati this week for the same pur primary. "They tell me" Judge BoreV. C. Jury In 52.V) for shooting at A. S. Drake to the tulnistors nnd congregations. pose. Miss Anna Taylor Is visiting in lng is scared up, but he looked like a Services will now be held at each of Rockcastle county. Mrs. E. J. Tanner man who was feeling "pretty well, '.: In lllchmond. Evidence was Introducund children aro with relatives at Drake hnd tho uhurches. K ed by the accused alleging thank ou " The democrats of tho 11th Mr. John C. Auhiteon, of this place, Junction City. MUs Lizzie Jones, of will nominate a candidate Wednesday ll'. Gormley's sister, which slandered Gormloy claimed was tho cause of at a graduate of Centre college of tho Lexington, Is visiting Miss Florence and there is considerable speculation as class of 'US, will be assistant profossor Tanner. M. Van Pelt, of Danville, to whom it will be. tack. Tho Richmond banks rofuso to pay at tho Contro collogo academy this He visited D. Good last wook. Miss Elmot Agent Owens, of the L. & N., has a taxos for any but tho years of 15T and ' im during tho summer boon traveling Culton, aftor a pleasant visit to rela- beautiful oil painting, which was retives ho re and at Middlnburg, has ree 1MS. Tho city demands payment for for the college and roports that cently presented to him by his father-in-laprevious years j jkjcis aro good for a largo attendance, turned to her home at Parksvllle. Bowyears and tho two Mr. Elzeman, of Cincinnati, of Telescopes, Club Bags. Mtes Eliaaboth Van Meter Is visiting man Smith came home from Penningalso. The city has omplovod counsel first house built In Kcntucky.whlch tho Gap and spent a few days with his and tho wholo matter will bo sottiuu i .MhS Ann Wallace at Vorsalllos. Mrs. ton by the way, was near Barbourvllle. Dr. S. v. lowland is convalescent. Mrs. family, but returnod to his work again Walker, of Virginia, built It and its by a suit in ?ourt. Stephen Langford.of Madison county, J. W. McAl'stor, ol St. Joe, Mo., Is last week. James Barkley, a member foundation is still standing. Bowmitu. Mr. of tho 2d Kentucky Volunteers, under aged SO years, Is dead, and will bo visiting Mi's. Mary Barbourvllle Is known as the drumprovided Will Smith Is at home from New York Cupt. Duncan, came home to attend in a stono collln ho bnncd between 25 funeral of hi sister, Miss Delta, mer town. She furnishes and many hoveral years ago. Tho collln is mado City. Miss Noy Montgomery, of De- tho and 30 traveling salesman pounds catur, 111., Is visiting Scott Glore. and is still here unable for camp duty. of gray limestone, wolgha L$00 more have iu applications for such po- .i lino utcco of workmanship. Mrs. Wartleld Itlley and son are visit T. A. Hendricks, of Danville, is with sitions. 'V n.i day or two's Gooch here for-In Latest Designs and Colors. Undertakers have been sont for, and . ing Mrs. J, II. Engleman. Rev. Mas- - Elmer Robert Noaks, formerly of Crab Orwill bo trlmmud and made bQ a nd wife of Orlando, Fla returned recreation. Mrs. Girtle Delk, of alley chard, but now located at Corbln, won tho conin homo Thursday. Mr. Massie has for Falls, Kansas, was visiting here last tho admiration of tho crowd while ready for use. damage the last four weeks occupied tho pul- week. Mrs. Ed Paul is visiting frionds returning from tho Barbourvllle fair. At Lancaster tho Jury in tho in Wayno county. Mrs. Odie Paul has man, who had emblb-e- d casoof Hutchison vs. Furr awarded tho pit at tho Baptist church. Prof. II. G. gone to Somerset to see her husbaud A Jackson county misbehaving plalntllT judgment for $10. Tho suit Shcaren loft Friday for Abington to and trytoo freely, was forafowduys. Dr. W. B. Armstrong wae for W.000. Furr put out poison for ranumo his duties us professor of tho ing to engage in conversation with has returned from a two days' visit In some ladles, when Mr. N, used an iron rats and Hutchison's children ato the academy. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Robert- Russell county. Ingrain, Drupel aud Moquette Carpets, sold by sample nnd delivered bread, narrowly escaping son, Alfred Robertson, Mtssoa Mary poisoned poker on him and finally knocked him 'V Three Days. of Mrs. Robertson and Sadlo Cecil have return oil' the train. There are fow better or death. In tho damage suit MATRIMONIAL" MATTERS. plain- - ed from Now York City. Rev. John Ti,.nl,l vs. J. I. Hamilton tho quieter men than Mr. Noaks, but his Ernest Wilkinson aud Miss Emma gallantry will not permit him to let an ttir win L'lvon $50. The suit was for M. Hruco, of Louisville, Is visiting ret- exhibiting a,utivoo in this county mv. m. j. rnr- - Kennett, both of Liberty, eloped to insult to a lady go unresented, as he i'.l 000. Hamilton, whllo Into plalntlll's buggy in- - rls ou accouut of a severo cold did not Tonnessco and wore married. very clearly demonstrated. stalllon, rodo go to New Mexico. Misses Annie and ifrt Lieut. E astiu Hioatt' of the Second Boss Anderson, who h'as been runiurln" licr. Hackney, cnairman oi wi uobMo iMcuowoii aro visiting inemis Kentucky regiment, and Miss Mary ning the Anderson House for 25 years, E. II. i.,iwl nf trustees of London, ordered In Louisville. Miss Jonnlo Harlan aud I. Warnock were married at Lexing- who is "4 years old, has nover tasted mother, of Missouri, aro with Mrs. ton. Y Roberts to jail for refusing to testiwhisky, never smoked or chewed nor ,1 . .1 !., . mm u.ui It ttMItt Annie Harlan. .Misses Grace, Alleen A brldo of eight hours committed sworn. Ho has held almost every olllce fy, Ho was commuted discovered that Hackney had no right and Margaret Otter entertained u suleidoat Moborly, 111., because her in the county and has been trustee of filed largo number of their friends Thurs parents sent her word they could never the jury fund for 30 years! During the to Imprison him. Roberts then forglvo her for marrying the man she years ho was postmaster he gave uni- ngalnst Mr. Hacknoy, in tho sum day afternoon. suit und did. versal satisfaction, whllo as mayor of of 810,000, for false imprisonment, Wo keop "the best" line of It Is estimated that tho aggregate , Anothci. daughter 0f Congressman tho town for six years, ho was a decid-- 1 Mr. Hacknoy sworo out a warrant amount duo tho Asiatic licet as a result against Jailer Johnson, for malfeasance of tho destruction of tho Spanish force ;SctUo ,g lQ mam. MJts Mapj.f the ed success. Mr. Andersou was super- c Cal(hvon, 1)astor intcn.dcnt of his Sundaychooi is years and R(JV in olllco. Tho lattor caso was heard amounts to $IS7,;00, which congress qU o lho Clu.ii3lmn church ttt Owenton, and Judge Stanberry and an elder In his church a Monday beforo will be asked to appropriate during tho nro ,n . m,.Uul 0l!, . Echo. or more years. He is still iu good score dismissed. of this coming session, Ensign Powelson, of battleship Maine health and promises to reach the cen sum belongs to Rear Admiral Dewey as fame, was romantically married in a Lead, Colors and Stains. rilESCIUPTIOXS curo-- F ' If looks count for anything. Also "the best" Paints, Oils. Varnishes, Society now eschews kisses that Is, commandor-ln-chleand he will there- Philadelphia hospital to Miss Margur-e- t tury.mark fully compounded from "tho best" drugs obtainable. Your patronage Is ulways appro-filled YV C as between women. Kisses aro fore be 50,375 richer than ho wus before elated and It will be our constant aim to sell "tno beit" goods at reasonable prices. Millar, daughter of Col. Millar, of microbes! So said the scientists, with Tho ordinary costume among tbe the wur. vowtho army, no broko his leg and she thorcforo society took fright and of all classes in the PhilipMoro horse hides aro probably tan- went to wait ou him and that settled It. St kiss no moro. Two ed that It would pines Is mado of white sheeting. A ned in Newark, N. J., than In any other "If you do not marry mo I shall hang There is a faint prottv girls meet. place In this country. Cordovan vumps love-loDenver coat and trousers made to order costs murmur from both, a slight inclinationd aro tho product. Three, and sometimes myselfi.. exclaimed a press-cWoll i Vou do, please $2. Tho coat buttons up closely around mali . . of tho body, two rosy cheeks nro splits nro mudo nnd llnished T go down a block," was tho chceriui ro tho neck. A thick felt hat of broad AU four, against each other for an Instant, Is csttmateu tnat 910 is reauzeu per a snnno. "for I heard im sav he did not brim, a pair of white canvas shoes, and thoro you have the now kiss. hide, aud tho yearly business done want you to hang around hero." Den light undervest und socks, Is tho cosm amounts, it Is said, to 810,000,000. tume all the year round. vet Times. Cooi. Wisconsin Resohts.-TI- io A ronort shows that for the past fiscal SL c Spatu is having trouble with its pcaco proper Monon Route via Chicago is tho In tho Philip-nines- ! year tho Importations from Puerto Rico ' decommissioners. Senor Castillo has They do such things A., lino. Wrlto E. IL Bacon, D. P. pounus, uuiy 5" "Emily, my dear," said an were: sugar, yu,o.H,-iclined to serve, nnd it is said that three III ITtiI "ffl T'rfr UJ Route, Louisville, for pamph- others will decline, if they have not English lady, In a horrified whispor, $1,393,705, value $l,$31,01o; molasses, Monon lets, rates and time tables for all re ulrcady done so. Some of tho Madrid to her daughter on her arrival at a 1.371.S23 gallons, duty 811,221, value sorts In Wisconsin, MInnosota and olllcials aro oven talking of tho futility hotel In Manila, "don't lookl Tho $2S0,1S3. cheerfully Michigan. Information centipedes, Scorpions, tarantulas, of sending any commissioners to Paris servant has forgotten to dress himself!" n services of an agent to meet o Klvon and was arrayed in wasps, mosquitoes, black and red unts, all. and yet tho sorant ,, nn arrival of trains at Lou- - at ticks, "jiggers" and tleas make llfo fashion. Some tlmo ago Hartford wont dry by isvlllo and Chicago rendered free. 13 votes. Tho wets contested it, of New York had 3o deaths from heat lively in Port Rico. o Rev. Dr. Jamea Stephenson, a proms election ' Sunday, besides many serious prostrat .., -- ntna Cincinnati. Queon & Cres course, and another Saturday, was order- tions. There were, five deaths from inent Methodist preacher, died in his resulting Encampment, ed which was held o cent during G. A. R. pulpit at Springfield, O., Sunday. la a majority against the saloons of 30. heat at Philadelphia, is DEWEY HAVANA THE MAINE MERRITT I u It MILES The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No. PANVIULC, KY, BIG DRIVE IN ODD PANTS ! y, six-yea- r- Black, Clay, Worsted, AT ONLY W. $250, E. PERKINS, IF IT IS STYLE, 'm Ev-ers- ole k' Elegance and Economy CALDWELL & LANIER, mr i i i TRUNKS, pros-thes- I 1 1 1 a J I MATTINGS n I I Moquette : Rugs ! I I I H. J. McROBERTS, ';. l f , - 1-- 1 i Our Motto: "The Best." 4 ; , , j ( has-bee- l I Stationery. Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, r One-rwontie- th "Ja i f, 'I I well-to-d- o CRAIC HOOKER. 3 rn J j I MEanm&mltfl 1 yT rMTTT 1 r 2 .., na-tlv- i m Cincinnati. .j S , , rf- - CJ rS - "J ', , r r" 4 V ' T i - S ' ,"- - if ij I LI I? I i if BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, lican candidate declared elected. DaviHAVB YOU VISITED son knows this, to do all other republiCyuthiana is to have- a street fair. can nominees for congress. Had the A dynamite explosion at StinesvUle, old election law been in existence, DaI ml., killed four people. vison would uot have been the nonnueo Paducah has let a contract for a new of his party. He wns not wanted. ', were the school building to cost 810,0(50. Yorkes, and Dennett There wero 50 deaths from heat and most m'omincnt figures, and either 100 prostrations at New York Saturday. could win as easily as Davison in the Thoro were 3,05S deaths in Louis way he expects to get through, but the :f.a.c3-:e- s Tun war department seems to be rink that the House might be demo- ville during the year ending Sept. 1. Since the big Desolation Sale hits been going on. If not, inke advnnlngc of thin Louisville has contracted to pay groat opportunity of buying your goodn at nbuiit hauling the soldiers around to increase cratic held olT the blooded stock and 8297,701.2rf for a water works filtration the expenses as much as possible. The Davison was given the place. Democratic Nominee For Congress, plant. 4th Kentucky, Col. Colsou, has been Four young women enjoying a yacht HON. G. G. GILBERT, ordered to Knoxvillo, instead of being WAR ECHOES, ride on Lake Erie were thrown from It Ordered home or furloughed. The Of Shelby County. Geu. Miles and 4,000 troops arc re- and drowned. "republican war" is proving as expenturning from Porto ttico. Five men were killed by a blast, Senator Lindsay says if the repub sive after it Is over as during hostiliShatter and his 300 pounds of fatness while working ou a road near Bloom-Ingto- The good thing Is still going on and hundreds of now things aro being added In all lican administration court martiala ties. have arrived at Montauk Point. departments and still gives you a better opportunity of In j in in your supplies nt I ml. Gen. Miles or even tries him by Such a The president has Issued orders for . The corner stone ol the new court half price. Gen. Miles had arranged to land court, the democrats will nominate him his soldiers from Porto Rico at New Alger and Miles to keep their mouths house at Lexington was laid yesterday for president and elect him. Gen. Miles York" and march them through the shut. by the Masons. has made some pretty tough charges ' Senator Lindsay says that the United streets for review, but Secretary AlNine now cases of yellow fever have against the notoriously incompetent ger got on to it and passed his vote. States should keep all or none of the been reported at Orwood, Miss., makSecretary of War Alger, but McKlnley This is another which shows the Philippines. ing a total of 22 cases. dare not order him tried, especially animosity of straw He The four Kentucky regiments are in Alger. doesn't want The L. vt N. has paid off tho 5300.-00- 0 As long as they lat for this week only 9ince no other charge can be made Miles to have any of the honor and glo- for it for awhile at least. They are on mortgago on the Greenburg branch 10 dozen Ladle-,- ' IMbbed Vests, 10c value for lc.jtut think of it. against him but that of telling the ry. the list of those retained by the war and Is now its solo owner. ,H0 yards of New Indigoes mid Fancy Calicoes just arrived, Just think for 3c per truth. Miles married a relative of department. Bank reporters have been ordered to yard who will back him Senator Sherman,' A republican paper has just been Up to August 31, 3,4So convalescents in his charges against bis arch enemy started at Carlisle. There is no appa- had been sent home from Camp Thom- make special examinations to sec if tho Ten thousand yards of Hooker's yard wide Hrown Cotton Jljc Alger, who knocked him out of the rent reason for such infliction upon the as, and 1,840 were still in the hospit- stamp tax is fully observed. Eight hundred yards of full yard wide Illeoch Cotton, free of Marah. "o qiift'lty William Miller, colored, criminally presidential nomination, and make it good people of Nicholas and after a al, according to Gen. Breckinridge's at only 4c per yard assaulted Mrs. Frank Lent at La continuously as hot for him as dur- brief and labored existence it will like report. 0 dozen Summer Corsets assorted slzess, regular .10c qualities, for 2lc Grange and the otlicers aro scouring days. Sherman most other such ventures throw up its ing these heated dog The Spanish Government has pub- the country for the (lend. A large lino of Ladles' Black l)re Skirts i- - value for 1 1.23 has it in for the administration for fir- little tall and cease from troubling. lished a decree calling to arms 10l,000 The leading express companies in ing him out of the cabinet and is longmen, out of which 30,000 are for the conference at Chlcairo decided to pay "I WANT to go home" was the song colonics, the latter presumably for the ing for such a chance to go for it as the the stamp tax themselves Instoad of retrial of his relative would give him. heard on all sides by Gov. Bradley in Philippines. quiring tho patrons to do so. of the -- d Kentucky. But But Miles will never be tried. The the camp Col. T. C. Tupper, a retired ottlcer J. W. Markham, accused of stealing administration is afraid to pufltself In they wont come home. The otlicers died at Cleveland. Durlng'the war of hemp, whose daughter assisted turn to n rwl V4 WAV mnntli On all sides come, how- lint n ten JtlV nt tViItirr Ull tV 41 l o 1UUU bll IUW tnt VJ such jeopardy. UtllV Don't let the porltinity pass 21 pieces 21 inch wide Pennies at only Sjc per the rebellion and Indian wars followever, demands for the investigation of poor fellow will bo taken to Anniston, ing, Col. Tupper took part in 47 battles escape from jail, has been returned to yard Don t fall to ee tlitin. Lexington. He was captured at Charles-towAlger's department and if it is made Ala. and was never wounded. Ind. the greatest scandals ever known will Members of Gen. John II. Morgan's POLITICAL POINTS, David Carton, who killed be unearthed. The "republican war" command met at Lexington ana ac a fisherman with a coupling pin, was republihas shown how incompetent The Reporter says that whisky (low- cepieu me invitation to uueuu w,e re- - jnC(1 .v v 'r?--' al Hendergon charged with at- cans are, except to make the most of ed as free as water at the recent remo to ue nuiu tfimnloli crimlnnl assault on Mary union oi me aeveuiu the loaves and fishes. publican convention held at Somerset. at Cincinnati September Each department is full of Good Things. Listen win c we mention a few of tlieiu. during the Schmidt, 11. The populists, who endorsed John G. A. R. Encampment. A Negro was hung at Dallas, Texas, AFTER two Frankfort banks had re Rhea last time, refused to do so this Orders have now been issued for mus- Friday for murder, when he confessed fused to let Gov. Bradley have 83,000 to year and will put up a little figure tering out 53 regiments of volunteer to 10 other murders and a criminal fit out hospital trains to Chlckamauga head ugainsthlm. Infantry, besides many batteries, cav assault on a white woman, a crime and Newport News, Col. C. E. Hoge, i The gold reserve in the United States alry troops and other organizations, which ballled the police. cashier of the State National, not only i Treasnry Friday reached the highest making in all nearly onethlrd of the Dr. Norman Kerr, an authority on let him have the money, but said any point in its history $210,320,372. The 220,000 men enlisted under the two Inebriety, states that female drunkenamount he wanted was at his disposal. highest point previously reached was calls. Mason-HoCol. Hoge is a member of the ness is increasing, and tbnt out of 8, Hod Spreads. Window Shade.. Trunks Vali?, Table Linens and Napkins, Como 8218,000,000, in March, 1S3S. Havana is moro seriously poverty 000 cases ho found heredity was tho and you will be convinced that this is the Cheapest Store in Stanford. firm that everv little Jones? Jones Wallace Jones? Can stricken than at any previous time In newspaper has abused for cause in half the number. politican and it be that this is years without reason and without stint. young gentleman the same fearless the history of the city. It is estimated In a suit to recover his diamond ring who once thought he that at least 30,000 peoplo are suffering The governor at once sent one train was running against our Albert E. Smith, a Louisville swain, own and only from hunger, and these constitute a in charge of Gen. Collier and the other out. Miss Nellie Stewart to whom Frank Wolford for congress? Glasgow large part of the respectable and well lost gave In that of Col. Forrester and the sick it, eiaiminir that he did o he Times. The very same lad. ' to do population. Kentuckians at both places are again without engagement or any other Even Josiah Patterson, the prince of and j The credit of turning buck-agu- e on their native soil. T. D. JIAXEY, Manager. the household of Palmer, has declared despair Into victory at Santiago is pret- promise. S. P. Lancaster, a Bardstown man, Bradley went with the ho?- - that he will support the democratic ty universally conceded to Gen. Wheel- has filed a petition in bankruptcy, sta-- j Gov. and Secretary of ing er, an pltal train to Chlckamauga and made a nominee for governor this year. his liabilities at S.12,000 and his as- Hranchstoros at Parii, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrenceburg, Cynthi. inspection of the camp of the; Lilian's majority is going to be some- - War Alger attributes to Gen. Fitz. sets at nothing. It is just that class of una, Versailles, Eminence, Cicorgctown, Elizabethtowu. Frankfort. Mauckport, Ind. the dis debtors, who are going to be benefited Lee. another 2d Kentucky, listening to the tales of thing tremendous, The democrats of Russell county tinction of being "the best corps com- by the law. woe of the soldiers, with patience and h mander we have." He noted down the wishes of structed for Dr. J. A. Dixon, of Frank Thomas, a farmer living near Iron Fence. Gen. Pando, whose recent movements and promised all tha relief in his berland county, for congress in the Cypress Shinglo? Birmingham. Ala., went home drunk power. Saturday night he left with 53 ,11th. The other counties seril unin-- of have been attended with eo much mysand tried to kill his wife. His the sick on his special hosplral train structed delegations to the convention, tery, and who was supposed to be on his son appeared on the scene and way to New York, sailed from Havana ( and next day had most of them at their which meets in London tomorrow, ( . Judge W. S. Pryor says any county for Spain on a French steamer with snatching the gun from his fathor shot homes. It was a most humane move on him to death. 2X the part of the governor and others or city ollice holder accepting a place 12,000,000 francs in his charge. Where x Tho Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows immediately affected rise as county election commissioner va the money came from is unknown. beside those Mill AVork. 3Ictnl Roofing-cates bis first otlice when ho accents up and call him blessed. Lieut. Hobson will have to 'be satis- will meet at Winchester Oct. 11th. adjournment the newly purchasthe latter. It does not require a court fied with having sunk the Merrlmac. After Hanna says that the governors of to decide this, for any decision is in fa- - The Government declines to back his ed Widows' and Orphans' Home at States appointed the volunteer otlicers vor of this construction, and the law is scheme to raise the Cristobal Colon. Lexington, will be dedicated. That and that most of the complaints of in- plain on the subject. He talks of an appeal to a popular sub- will be on Thursday, Oct. 13. competency come from the volunteer The colored editor of the Lexington scription for the means to go ahead A Touching Story. regiments. There has been no com- Standard, who is a candidate for the with his g scheme. The Portland Express is told this plaint in the regular army, ergo the republican nomination for Congress in A private of the 12th New York cir WILLIAM S HELTON, PRESIDENT. governors oi aiates are 10 oiume lor it lhe SeTenth dstrlct, savs: ..Wo have culated a petition asking to be mus touching story by one of tho soldiera lately returned to Portland with tho all. The sly old coon would like to get cven pone SQ far a3 w a ,eUe1 tQ tered out. He was ordered under ar- recruiting detachment: "At Worceseven with him by laying all the blame a lea(inp repubHcan paper( aL the . rest and put to work, when he was Full Courxc of .Study in Literature, Science, Music, Art and Elocution, under t ul ter," he bald, "an aged woman came up on the governor of Kentucky, but even ; gallon of its editor, announcing our overcome with heat and is now in a to the car windows nnd hpoko to me. tared and experienced teachers .,.. this old father of liars couldn't po1 mu,Wv n,i ,uflnin Special attention given to Primary and Preparatory Classes, ..i dvinir condition. Great Indignation In her hands she carried n letter, nnd, rail t the College and get a copy of our New Cntaloijuc, or writo for one to MIW. it that strong. which letter has never been published. is felt by his friends against the otlicers with tears in her eyen, hhe asked if 1 NANNIE, S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal, Sianfotil, Ky. would try nnd find her son, to whom it The kissing craze, as it relates to But every dog has his day. If the who caused it. figures compiled by According to the was addressed, nnd deliver it when I heroes real or Imaginary, is gotten to republicans of Kentucky think that the 350 otlicers reached Chickatnauga. I assured her be a nuisance. A girl kissed Hobson Negroes are asleep they arc very much Chicago Tribune, while mistaken. We are going 10 take and men were killed during the war that I would do my best, and upon arbecause he blew up the Merrlmac and with Spain, or died of wounds received riving at the park I made a careful now a dozen or so have crowded around down 'de fiddle and Deboe.' " The democrats of Wisconsin fired In battle, between 1,200 and 2,000 have search for the party. It uns two days old Cervera and kissed him because he camps or on trans- before I found him, nnd when he read was kind to Hobson. First thing we this shot at the administration: "We died of disease in condemn in unstinted measure the War ports. Tho Tribune has the names of the letter he turned ns white as a sheet know some girl will be trying to kiss us nnd fainted dead nway. Later he told because we wrote complimentary of Department for the blunders ana 1.2S1 who died of disease. President McKinley spent five hour me that nine years ago he had run crimes committed ajrainst the brave Hobson's deed and Cervera's kindness. There's no telling where the thing will boys In blue in camp and on foreign at Camp Wikotl Saturday, going from away from home for a fancied grievbattlefields by selfish contractors, in- tent to tent, stopping at the cots of the ance nnd that Ids folks had never stop. competent surgeons and vain, heart sick and inspecting troops in line. Be- heard from him up to that day. His A sample case of the way the bank- less army omcers, appointed for po- fore leaving he reviewed and brietly mother, as a Inst resort, nad sent the ruptcy act will be used to rid rascals of litical purposes, and we hereby pledge addressed part of the troops and order- letter to Chicknmauga, thinking that their dobts comes from Louisville, to our brave sailors and soldiers who ed that the regulars be sent without her son, if alive, might hae enlisted. where a fellow name Greensteln filed survive this war our earnest and loyal unnecessary loss of time, to their old She did not have the slightest idea an application stating his indebtedness support to secure the punishment of stations east of the Mississippi. whether he wns really there or not, and at 83,300 and his assets at 855, the the guilty parties." The contract with the owners of the It seems as if the hnnd of God must clothes he had on. Those who rememThe amount, paid for pensions during American liners calls for the payment hnve directed her. The boy wns comber how scamps took advantage of the the fiscal year ending June 30, 1803, is of 810,000 a day as long as the four pletely overcome with remorse, and old law to swindle their creditors were 8144.051,870; average value of pensions, ships are kept out of their regular wrote a long letter to his mother at strongly opposed to another law to give 8131.79. Comparison shows that more ocean trips, "besides making good any once, thus undoubtedly lifting n weight them a chance. pensions for service in tho war of the injuries to the vessols. It is estimated of sorrow from her. lie told her that Judge W. W. Jones, of Adair, was rebellion were granted during tho last that tho use of these vessols for six If he returned alive he would go right nominated bwthe Lebanon convention fiscal year than were allowed during months will cost nearly 82,000,000 .for home and make up in the future for ycara of Grant's second charter and over 8500,000 for repairing the trouble he had caused his parents for appellate judge by acclamation and , tbe entlre four in the past." term and the entire administration of damages. without the formality of a ballot. Les President Hayes; that tho amount ac. Everything is reported quiet at Best Family Flwir at $2. A nice Lino of Colored Glassware, Illue- ter was present and although he made An Kxei'llcnt Prrcrilfiit, tually paid for army and navy pensions Manila by Rear Admiral Dewey. Gerstone to Soak Your Wheat in at 5c pound. a wry face, swallowed bis medicine. A Iterlin civil court in a suit brought Casey in 1853, is cir- during the fiscal year ending June 30, many Is watchful and still keeps a by a dressmaker for the payment of Jones was born in cuit judge of that district and has a 1S93, was largely in excess of the warship there, as does France, while nn expensive dress, to which the desort of the same reputation as old ne- amount paid either during the first or England has three. A delegation fense wns that the drets did not fit, second term of President Grant's ad- representing the best and richest na- after making the dofvndnnt wear the cessity. ministrations and almost as much as tives of the Southern Philippines call garment In court, decided that she That delicious editorial in Sunday's was paidduring the entire four years ed on Consul Wildman and urged the shoud not pay; on the ground that Two Cakes of Ives and Lenox Soap for 5c. Everything else at the Courier-Journsame proportion. on the cantaloupe Hug' of Hayes' administration. when a dressmaker asks as much as annexation of the whole of the Philip- 230 marks (?02) for a dress, the price gests Mr. Harrison Robertson as its j.no xiurgiu .wessenger says tne re f pines to the United States. implies that the fit shall be perfect. Telephone No. 18. author, except that It displays more publicans have sounded tho word along OveratChillcothe, O., some young kiss than that knowledge of a maiden's the line that none shall take up time white ladies boarded a train loaded Pretty Table IJpcnrnftnn. gentleman has the reputation of hav- discussing the election law. They pro- with colored troops bound for the war, Two pretty ideas in tabledecoration ing. pose to let tho campaign glide along as and decorated with them with bouquets, come to us fresh from abroad, nnd are are so few contributions to it will with the hope that their party patted them on their shoulders, ex- well Avorth copying. One is a delightThere will have a majority In the next House. changed writing and photographs with fully novel decoration, formed bj ribthe silver service for the warship J. W. ROUT, Manager. committee is thoroughly Then when Gilbert or any other demo- them, and otherwise showed their ad- bon twisted in nnd out, forming a link People have too much crat from this State offers his docu- miration for these fighting sons of between tiny nosegays laid simply on discouraged. the cloth. Whc i flowers arc Main Street, Interior Journal Building, Stanford, Ky. use for their hard earned money to ments opposition will be made, the Ham and the republican party. That's why not carry out the same plentiful, idea Avith election law discussed and every repub- - tho way they do things over in Ohio. givo it for fauch an object. t. chains of flowers? Bk van is.a lowly colonel now. Wonder if he will ever bo commander-in-chi- ef of the entire array and navy? Stranger things have happened. He Sept. 6, 1S9S and his regiment wero given a royal Stanford. Ky., ovation by the people of Jacksonville, Fla., the other day and such straws all W. P. WALTON. along the way show which way the wind la blowing. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - Ca-perto- n, The Louisville Store ? I 1 six HALF THEIR VALUE n, A few more 36 inch Percales, 10c quality, for 5c. ! I 14 W 1 n, I REmEMBEH -- , Glotfyifyg, $fy0G$ )fats; Gap5, Jvlattigs, kace Gurtair, ge one-hor- se The Louisville Store. I , Mo-perso- nal I . Cum-eac- 4? A. C.SINE, STANFORD, 7 . KY. air-ba- Stanford Female College. J Next Session Will Open September 5th. All Aboard For The Blue Grass .Store. Some of the Bargains We Have: Coffes, Lard, Meal, ... Meat and Sugar. WHite Cloud Soap, Best made, 4c al Blue Grass Grocery. What-To-Ea- ,, Ill . .. t" , l K . H ., '!""" '" l''MliiMWWH,rJ Hd.lt. .... ini'i,i)wJAli.-h'l,:..1- l IJ ,V ' t. .....Sfc. 1..i. .f- .i- - . hy,. ahpa, m - tojtp7fin$J'-f'tPr- P fr JfflfcP' rt? "fr-- - wags' T" ,ftWl T" T - W - - t - - f - 3 1THE INTERIOR Stanford, Ky., JOURNAL 6, 1898 GRANTORS. GRANTEES. REASON NOT WHY RECORDED GRANTEES. GRANTORS. - Skit. W. P. WALTON. Our Hpurtnn Holdlcra. Edward Marshall, the wounded correspondent, snjs In bis "Itceollectlons cf Lns Gunslmns" In Pcrlhncr'n: "There Is one incident of the day which shines out in my memory above ill others now as I We in n New York hospital wrltlug. It occurred tit the Held hospital. About a dozen of ut, were lying there. A continual chorus of moans rose through the tree branches overhead. The surgcous, with hands and bared arms drlppirg and clothes literally saturated with blood, were straining every ncne to prepare the wounded for th journey down to Siboncy. lie hi nil me la) Capt. McClintock, with his lower literally ground to powder. He bore bis pain as gallantly an he linil led his men, and that Is Baying much. 1 think Mnj. Ilrodlo was also there. It was a doleful group. Amputation and death stared its members in their gloomy faces. Suddenly a voice started softly: " 'My country 'tis of thee. Sweet land of llUrty, leg-bon- Lawrence, Jas. Logan, Hugh Lewis, J. M. Lay, John Logan, Polly and others Ljnn, J E, &c Lair. Ransom Lee, Riram I Irs. Dy Com'r Same .9a me Same Lear, R. C. Lewis, J. M. Leach, J no. II. McMullcn, II. M. by Com'r ;M ,3 V I 17 i I Of tlu-- o 1 ilng.' "Other voices took it up: " 'Lund where my fathers died, i 1 "l'hc quUcrlng, cruncring chorus, punctuated by groans and made by pain, trembled up from thut littl. group of wounded Americans in the midst of the Cuban solitude the pluckiest, most heart-fel- t song that human beings eer sang. There wtut one voice thai did not quite keep up with tht others. It was so weak that 1 did not hear It until all the real had finished with the Hue: Then, halting, struggling, faint, it slowly: " 'Lot freedom rlnc.' rpns-inod- ic Lund of thu Pllicrlnt'u jirldi ' "Land "The Inst word was a woeful cry. One more sou had died as died the fa- It 1'rvedom ' thers." Mrs. Mela Roberts, a prominent woman of lircathitt county, Kj., spoke a few days ngo for the first tme in ten years. In 1S89 the had typhoid fever and it left her speechless. Since then she has communicated with her friend, by flgns and writing. On the day mentioned shc recched a letter from a nephew who is stationed at Chickatnnuga and Is a member of the Second Kentucky regiment. The joung man told of the trials of a soldier's lift) and said he would like to be at home. He snld, however, that he would wear the blue until the wnr was over, and hoped soon to be In the thickest of the fight. The letter closed with the Inst stnnra of a confederate song which Mrs. Itoberts rang to the jouns; man when he was a baby. As the read it her 11 pa begun to move, and in a short time she was tinging ns rhc did many years ago. An Omaha exchange remarks that the exposition is nn educator, but the seems to be absent from Omaha just now, judging by some of the signs displayed about the city. The fact that "Sody Water" is an sals is impressed upon the minds of those who pass through the Twentieth fitrcct entrance to the exposition grounds, nnd "Farmers' horses and rigs enred for and fed" is a sign that r.cts the loser of syntax to dancing. One Is apt to forget one's thirst when greeted by the announcement that pop is for hale at "Fic cents a bottcl." A 5lgn on n tent nenr the exposition to stop grounds invites the paster-bnnd have his or her fortune told by n "Pharisee- Egyptian," but no explanation is offered ns to what a "Pharisee Egyptian" mny be. Perhnps the diviner of the future has heard of the occult power of the Pnrsee of India, and, being a little bit befogged, connected It with Egypt. y - Muntgomcry, Helm 1$. by Com' Martin, Davidson by Com'r Montgomery, Lavina by Com'r Miller, Edward by Com'r Mcnclce, J N. Shfl. Mershon, Frances A. Megs, J. M. Moore, L. S. Murphy, J. S. McRoberts, S. S. Comr. McRobcrts, Jno. M. McKinncy, Jas. B. Marcum, N. E. Murphy, Jno. S. McAfee, W. M. &c. McKinncy, Burton Hrs. McKinncy, . B &c. Miller, Geo. and wife Moore, Reuben Myers, Nancy M. Murphy, John L. McAlister, H. Morgan, Louisa Martin, James F. and others Morrow and Paxton Murphy, Hortcnse Miller, W.I I. Extr. Montgomery, Fanny K. Montgomery, W. J, Napier, P. II. lire. Iiy Com'r Nnvlor, Jnne nnd others Nowland, A. D. Ac. Now land, T. D. Owslov, .1. S. Owsloy, Franklin Owslev, S. E. nnd wife Pnxton, Jits. Trustee, Ac. Pottos, Mary Ac. by Com'r Privott, W. nnd otliors by Com'r Pollard, Jno. Ac. by Com'r Pennington, Hurry Ac. Pence, A. M. Ac. Pollock, Catherine Ac. Peyton, K. D lira, by Com'r Pollock, Wm. A. Porttnnii, Mrs. Eliza Ex'tx Roe's, Hnnihal Hr. by Com'r Ronton', Clms. Hrs. by Com'r Rmvoll, Geo. W. Rochester, Eiunm Ac. Rout, Mr?. America Ac. Rigney, Goo. M. Rowton, John Htis oil, Jno. F. and wife Same Ronncker; Anton Russell; Jno. F. and wife Ruiutv; J. H. and wife Reid; Jno. M. ToSchool District 58 Not Ordered to Record 1. " Martin A. Yocum 44 B. F. Good 44 Isaphenia Flint , 11 ' Craig Jackson .3 44 Adam Pence fr $,J, " Wm. .Stratton M 11 Susan Gooch i f ' Hattie Bright 44 j if Matilda Lee l ' Sclina ockcr 44 Win. . Terry 11 ' Evan Moore 44 M. . linker Not Acknowledged v T. Curtis Not Ordered to Record ''Jno. 44 11 a Sarah J. Sandidge 44 D. W. Barron 11 1. Wilkcrson Cain 44 R. T. yuut II II W. G. Welch and others f II II ' Carter and Straub 11 i ' Tit ' Mary E. Carter . 11 II To Stephen Jeffreys 44 , Jill .1 Monroe Curtis II , ",''' " A. B. Foley ,11 ' " ycrcmiah Engleton. I ." .11 " yames Branson 44 Buffalo Spring Cemetery 44 Phillip Shanks II J. B. and J. K. Jones j I. 44 I ,1 Richard H. Lee 41 II I. Trustees School Disct. No. 17 " iT ' Walter Petty 44 Wm. Bacon A. G. Myers 44 Wm. Mobcrly . 11 ' Thomas Graves I 11 " Wm. Morgan - '1. 44 II Henry F. Martin 44 , 1. Tipton Simms 44 11 11 no. D. Murphy &c. " Claibourne Pennington do do ' do do "ohnS. Lee " Gabriel ybnes do do 1 1 1 1 1 f. 1 1 ; 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 " Jones, Harrison Johnson, Wm. Jones, Jennie C. Jackson, Craig Ky B. and L. AssDciation Kinder, W.J ,. King, S. . Hrs King, Carrie Kidd, Bryant Keith, 7arvcy Kidd, oseph Lytton, Morris Lee; Richard II Lee, ybhn S. Lewis, ane Lewis, Lucy Lackey, B T. Lee, iram rs. by C.om'r Middleton & Bright Myers, 7enry Middleton's 7rs. McGarvey, Mary . E j Marcum; G. Myers; A. Moberly, Wm. 4 Morgan, Wm. Martin, Henry t : jjurphy, Jno. D. Jorton, Georfe ildler, Jno. H. From Silas Anderson " Wm. Cooley " Lula D. Jones &c " Polly Logan &c. Annie P. Sibold ' John F. Russell &c. 1 ' L. Dawson &c 1 Geo. C. Givens " L. G. Gooch Sec " Robt. 7enson ' 'Bryant Kiddd John West &c. 41 Burton McKinney's Hcs. " F K Montgomery &c 44 Catherine Pollock's Hcs 4 4 " "44 44 G M Givens Jiddleton, Jartin A. jlanuel, David S. jlanuel, D. S. 1 Jbntgomery, Jack ilaneul, Mxs Susan Morgan, M, J. Menefee, Rucy Jbrgan, M. J . Jarcum, Jary McGuire, W. S. Moore, Evan f J. 1 1 " B. G. Naier " John Naylor ' John Turiibull "A. M. Pence " John Turiibull " Trustees of School District So. 0 Not Acknowledged. Not Ordered to Record. 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 Nolan, Sarah F. Napier,' B GNaylor, John Nix, Levi Norris, N, R. - Lackey Matilda Lee " City of Stanford 44 Granderson Short ' N B Tevis &c ' '4 D W Vandeveer " Buffalo Spring Cemetery Co.' 44 Nancy M. Myers 44 John L. Mjrphy 44 Louias Morgan 44 Jas. F. Martin &c 44 Hortense Murphy 44 E. D. Peyton 44 t Jas. M Pierce 44 Wm. Bacon &c, 44 S. H Baughman Ex'or '4 Sam'l H. Baughman 44 Baptist Church 44 Thos. Cain &c 44 W. D. andS. J. Gooch 44 Squire Haggard 44 Clarence M Howard 44 Thos. G. Jeffries J. L Jarvis &c. J. M Lewis 4. Aron Singleton P. H. Napiir's Hrs. by Com'r Jane Naylor and others 44 John Routon 44 W. T. Corn. &c. M 4 R 4) j 4 4 Naylor, Wm. Oaks, Mary E. O'Dear, Thomas Owsley, J. B. Owsley, Alex Owsley, Nellie 44 44 44 Caroline Hooker Geo. W. Turiibull D. W. Vandeveer J. E. Owsley Phillis Good it 11 11 ti 11 i 11 44 4 J. B. Owfcley " Ann E. Burton J. D. Pottm " S. F. Blankonship " Clia-!- . AdanH " Willis Harm " W. W. Hays " M. J. Pollock and others " Geo. Morton " Ja. I In minor " M. P. Elkin " Aaron Givons " A. T. Ilyrton " J. F. Ru.oll " Ilairison Helm Bonyvillc Church " R. M. Rigney Triii-tec- s K 11 11 11 11 n 11 11 11 ' 11 11 i ii 11 11 Not Acknowledged. Not Ordered to Record. 11 11 11 11 w 11 11 ii 11 11 i , i II II II II II it 11 i. 11 it 11 1. 11 ii it 11 " 11 11 ll k " ' Nix W. J. Kinder Levy ii ii 11 11 11 11 II fl ' u ir 11 11 " W. D. Cofliimn " Christian Jacob " Win. Gilwm " Thos. Hottso " A. E. Reed ' ii' II II II II II Not Fully Acknowledged. Not Ordered to Record. 1 Rutherford, Michael Renfro; J. and R. M. Rout, Wesley Same Sowdcr, J. II. by Com'r Sibold, Annie P. by Com'r " " " " . rnuchcr has posted the following notice on n cottonwood tree near his place: "My wife Snrrah has left my rnnch when I didn't Doo a Tiling Too her and I want it distinkly understood that any Man as takes her in nnd ICeers for her on my account will get himself Pumpedso Full of Led that some, tenderfoot will locate him for a mineral clnlm. A word to the wise is sufllcient nnd orter work on fools." An Arizona current report says that the vnult In Montgomery cemetery nt A Norrlstown, Pa., containing the remains of den. Winfield B. Hancock, is still neglected and almost forgotten, Bays tho Doylestown Intelligencer. The grave stnnds by Itself in the southeastern corner of the grounds, nnd no Inscription of any kind marks the last resting place of one of Pennsylvnnla'a ' greatest soldiers. A boldicr dead for three days was about to be directed at the Algiers military hospital when he awoke up nnd, before tht doctors recovered from their surprise, got off the dissecting table nnd walked into the next room, where he wrote down some words on a piece of paper to make sure that he was alive and nwoke. The doctors now bay that ho has completely recovered from hie lethargy. Smith; James by Com'r Shanks, J. II. and S. II. by Com'r School District No. 1 Spoounmorc; Nancy and others Stanford, City of Sluder; Mary S. Singleton, Aaron Sima Henderson Smitn, Ballard Sandifer, Harvey Speigle, Jacob Smith, Monroe t Seinout', Win. Ac. Sims, Jas. W. Short: Graudcr&on Shanks, S. II. Speigle, Jacob Scott, James A. Smith; Allen Singleton, II. Stcinegger; Arnold Sandidge; P. C. and W. Ex'or School District No. 52 by Com'r Taylor; Win.R. Tucker; W. T. Thompson; Green B. Tevis; N. B. Ac. Tobin; Jno. J. Tuttle, A. Tevis; N. B. nnd wife Tavis; Bettio , " " ' " " " " " " Sam Flint " Henderson Bolor " J. E. Vnil ' Davison Gooch Emily Dye Nelson P. Word John Beazlcy Walton Hays B. G. Cover Ky. Citizens B. A L. Association Elizji J. Fox F. A. Chnndlcr nnd otheis Mrs. A. B. Withers John C. Popples Geo. Middlolon and II. Bright Elijah Seargont Sarah F. Nolan 4 Jas. II. Sims 11 11 11 11 11 . 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 ii 11 11 "' i 11 11 11 ii 11 11 11 ji 11 11 11 Not Acknowledged. Not Ordered to Record. 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 Popples, Jno. Petry, John Pctry, Walter Pennington, Claibourne Pence, A. M. Pettus, J. D. Perkins, W. M. Padgett, II. II. Ac. Pennington, Bud Pyeshvterian Church Pavne, Dtdcona Padgett, Millard Padgett, T.J. Parsons, Jas. II. Pence, Adam Reynolds, M. C. Reynolds, Mat Rambo, Ja. Rout, Jno. W. Russell, J. T. Rigney; R. M. Reid; A. E. Robinson; Susan Ramsey; Jno. W. Raines, Simon Russell; M. T. Shipmau; F. L. Seargent; Elijah Sims; James II. Scinour, Frank Singleton, II. II. Stone; Frances P. C. , . i ' Clark Hansford Nancy Spoonamore ' Unicy Wheeldon 44 Geo. Miller W. II. Miller Ext. T. D. Nowland 44 Mary Pettus Ac. by Com'r Jane Barrow's Hrs. by Com'r ' P. Buraker 44 George W. Bailey 44 Thos. M. Ball E. B. Caldwell 44 Cynthia Flinchpaugh Ac. . L. G. Gooch 44 H. King's Hrs. J. E. Lynn 44 A. Tuttle and others Win. Trusty 44 W. 0. Watts 44 L. R. Yates 44 Geo. W. Russell 44 George W. Rigney 44 4 4 4 44 44 44 14 44 44 44 14 44 44 44 44 44 John M. Reid John Baughman and others GaboBlain Matilda Daugherty Robt. Elder's Hrs. by Com'r Nicholas Nemsgrnm by Com'r Mary S. Sluder Henderson Sims Win. Scniour and others II. Singleton Wm. R. Taylor L. Clay Vaughn and others S. Duddorar W. O. Watts Helen B. Montgomery by Com'r John S. Murphy J. B. McKinncy Saufloy; M. C. ii 11 11 Not Fully Acknowledged. Not Ordered to Record. 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 if i, 11 11 11 " Frank Scinour ' it 11 .11 Jas. R. Carman " Henry M'eycrs it it 11 " " " " " " " " " " " " " " David Collier D. C. Hays Isaac Carson Ac. Ellen Farris II. II. Singleton John Buhrer Talbot and Downtou J. S. Young F. P. Stone Thos. Howard Jas. K. Thompson Middleton's Hrs. , J. C. Wilsou M. C. Reynolds Richard Evans i 11 11 11 11 11 ii . it 11 I.. II II ii 11 11 ii 11 11 ii 11 II II Not Ordered to Record. Not Ordered to Record. 11 1 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 . . jj ii 11 11 11 i 11 11 J. H. Carter i Suddnth; F. Stephenson; Stella Sandifer; Sarah J. Shanks, Phillis School District No. No. Same No. Same No. Same No. Same Same Colored D. Spires; James Singleton; Susan Stratton; Win. Same Singleton; Hugh Singleton; P. Shanks, Archibald Stephenson; II. L. School District No. Smith; W. M. Singleton, G. W. Stratton; Wm. Tucker; Jno. C. Trustees Christian Jas. K, Taylor; Galen B. 44 44 44 17 G 44 44 14 44 44 Franklin Owsley 12 08 18 . - J. E. Farris Jas. Lawrence Ham Boone Baptist Church Crab Orchard Geo. W. Ball's Hrs. Bougluuiiii Cooley Wm. Same W. H. Caldwell B. Camden Ac. S. . 44 44 4 i 1 II. Ex'or 'I 44 44 4. " 44 44 44 ' 23 44 44 44 14 44 Sarah W. Dandridgo Abraham Dawes Jas. Duddernr D. A. Gooch James L. Jarvis Ransom Lair Church-Thompson- ; Jestino Chaudler Ac. Jas. S. Fish "Green B. Thompson 44 E. G.' Walls 44 r ,..ae..Aj'y'-- g -- 'aMrfi"t jy. JS- - MS. IE2E LIST OF UNRECORDED DEEDS, Continued. GRANTORS. Turnlmll; Geo. W. Terry; Faulinc Trusty; "Win. Vnmleveer, D. V &.c. Snnie DR. P. W. CARTER, GRANTORS. From A. D. Newland's Ad'mr GRANTEES. To Mary E. Oaks REASON NOT RECORDED. Not Ordered'to Record. II II i ' GRANTEES. Turnbull; John Same " W. N. Young " Mat Reynolds To II II II II II II II II II , Frank Douliss Mary McGarvey Ac Thos. O'Dear. M. C. Saufley G. C. Jenkins II II II I II ( CI II II Same t Vnughu; L. C. and others by Com'r Vauarsdale; J. K. P. Wiglmm; W. S. Watts; S. J. Ac. Wliite; M. C. &c. by Com'r Same Same Same Same Same Same Same Watts; W. 0. "NVilburu; Leonard Watts; W. 0. Walls; E. G. Wells; Nat West; John Watts; G.&H. Wilcher; Geo. and wife Wray; Jas. M. Walls, E. G. Wbeeldon; Unicy Williams; Jas. M. Word; Eliza Yowell; F. M. by Com'r Young; John by Com'r Yates; L. R. by Com'r Young; W. N. &c. Tucker; Win. Todd; Itaac D. Todd; J. T. Turnbull, Johe Same " J. S. Owsley " L. C. and J. M. Adams " Buford Broddus ' Same From T. C. Humbcr over HIrrIih .V MeKlnncy's So'lclts u share of the patronage of the munity. OlSU'0 Dentist, Stanford, Ky. Store com50 S J It II George Holmes R. C. ( il II II A. Bridgewater T. S. Frith MatticC. White Edward A. White Win. W. White Mary C. White Geo. C. .1. .' it II II II II ii II Jl II It II ( II II Terry, lKm. H Vail, S. E Vauarsdale, Robt Vanflcet; Eugene Withers; Mrs. A. B Wilson; J. C White; Mattie C White; Edward A White; Wm. W. White; MaryC White; Geo.' C White; Henry D White; Felix" G White; Jacob II Wilcher; Isophcna Walls; John Wheeler; Chas. A Welch; W. G Word; NeUou P Lear II .". li II T 'Tl'i h ." Jacob Speiglc Sam'l Flint Mosc Hill Trustees School District No. 1 John J. Tobin Mary C. White Ac. by Com'r Same Low Rates TO Cincinnati 1 White do u Henry D. White Felix'G. White Jacob H. White Stella B. Stephenson Squire Haggard James Rambo Galen Taylor R. H. Eliiott Morris Lytton Sani'l Hysinger Isophena Wilcher Same Same Same Very low rates will be In ef Lfoct from ail poiu in io I South to Cincinnati unci reCree-- 1 I turn tI the Oumii leant Route and Its connect 1 In during; tne lines j KHO.A.RJ ndNattosslL'acanpneit Sept. 51b lo lOtb, 1898. I Ticket! wilt be on file Want. 3r.t lo Oth inclusive. Icooil returning llept 13th. Retention or limit touci J inixr Omt ren te eeeured lh Hannaltln ticket With I Joint Annt. Ceil on your (Ticket Airnt or wrKe for ' full Information to C W.ZqII, Cincinnati, i I s o o o 5 ". Same Same Same George Wilcher Ac E. G. Walls F. M. Yowell Ac. by Com'r.,. Menefee Shcritr. and Ii. M. Rcnfro James Adams Sam'l Blain Ac . J. N. J. John Beazley John Walls John Petrey James M. Hortou Jas. Dudderar Charles A. Wheeler .'... o L. J. Faulkner John W. Rout Ephram Young , , ? , r r Wilson; Joshua Wilson; Ellender Weareu, Geo. D Watts; S. J Watts; Thos. C Warren; N. it M Young; W. N Young; Ephram Young; James S Young and Faulkner Young; Wm Yocuni; Martin II Throueh 7rli in the Mouth.handsome Pullman Bluer re on . .. :. from JaeksonTtlle, Savannah Atlanta. Columbia. M . . vestibule) . iraina run uau - rlneat treln ." E. H. Dawson by ComY T. J. Frith by Com'r Tnlbert Given Clara Helm Pauline Terry W. N. Voting II. L. Barlwr E. Hii'li HenderKin Bolor Hugh Logan k'Ulnvln.hiM. ffaHftlmn. Orleans, Aenevme. KnoxTuie, rh.ii.nAA.. iatinBton. etc. throuah to Cincinnati witneut chance, via the famous Queen & Crescent ROUTE , State of Kentucky, office. County of Lincoln, J s. s. YOU NEED I, Geo. B. Cooper, Clerk of the Lincoln County Court, do certify that the foregoing is Witness my hand this 26th day of August, 185)8. a true and complete lift of all the Unrecorded Deeds on file in inv GEO. B. COOPEH, Clerk Lincoln Count Court. . A DAILY A Good Investment. ; The first Issrue of $200,000,000 of government bonds seems likely to be over subscribed, five times over at least. The subscriptions already in amount to nearly $900,000,000, and the books nre open until after the 14th of Jul v. Those who subscribe early will get the bonds at par. They nre sure to be worth several per cent, more than this within a year. It is estimated that 101 and perhaps 102 could have been got for them If they were left to open bidding. But what is called open "bidding is now so controlled by syndicates that the small capitalist has little chance to get n bond. But to have the bonds taken by half a million more or less small holders is perhaps enough better for the government to warrant this loss. The moral effect of such a popular subscription is great. It was this spirit which the French people showed after their war with Germany, when the indemnity money was paid by the mass of the people, who took bonds in small amountB This is the second time in the history for more than the large sum needed. of this country that an army has been first The recently enacted war tariff landed on foreign soil. The 17, was under Cruz, Mexico, in IS places a duty of ten cents per pound on at Vera now Gen. Winfield Scott, and consisted of teas. In many cities there are from stored large quantities of free teas 10,000 men. They marched direct a disformer tariff. In Vera Cruz to the City of Mexico, Imported under the a number of instances Importers and tance of about 300 miles, defeated Mexicans, and held the city for full warehousemen have desired to bond of im- nine months, or until peace was dewarehouses for the storage ported teas without being required to clared. This was a bold stroke on the enremote the free article now stored in part of the United States, but was no can be such premises. The regulations of the tirely successful. There treasury department forbid the use of question but that the present invasion bonded warehouses for an' other pur- will be equally successful and even pose than the storage of imported more extended in its influence. merchandise in bond. In view, howThebattle of Manila bay and the bomever, of the emergency and the expense bardment of Santiago furnished the and annoyance which would be in- fireworks artists with a new field for volved by the removal of free teas, the the exercise of their skill this year, secretary has consented to the bond- and both of these events wore reproing of warehouses, prpvided the free duced In many municipal celebrations teas now stored therein are kept en- on the Fourth. One New York firm tirely beparate from all other goods made set pieces of the battles, 40 by and that they be removed therefrom 100 feet, shotting the forts, tropical within six months, when the ware- landscapes, and ships. Dealers rehouses are to be rebonded. The con- ceived hundreds of orders for fire porcession applies only to teas. traits of Dewey, Sampson and Schley and pyrotechnical reproductions of An Atchison man Is painting a wom- Old Glory. an to represent "Anxiety," and will A governess who has charge of three take for his subject, reports the Globe, a woman who hup gotten up a church bright children had a surprise this Bocial and is watching the door from week. She had explained the poetical her corner near the ice cream table meaning of the stars and stripes, how red stood for war and glory, white for to see if anyone is coming in. peace and innocence and blue for the Mrs. Lydia Spatz, of Dallastown, ITeavens and righteousness, and one York county, Fa., is 02 years of age and of the trio asked what the yellow of has just taken her first ride on a rail- the Spanish flog represented. Before road train. When asked bow she she could reply, No. 2 said, patronizthe trip she replied: "I wish ingly: "Oh, that's for biliousness." everything would go as well as riding The president of Oberlin college, in the cars." , when asked by a student if he could Rural free delivery will be continued not take a shorter course, replied: under the terms of the post office ap- "Oh, yes; but that depends on what propriation bill agreed upon by con- ,you want to make of yourself. When gress, and on a larger scale than before, God wants to make an oak he takes a as $160,000 is appropriated for it. hundred years, but when He wants a Bquash He takes six months." Massachusetts claims to have mora different kinds of native trees than has Another Instance of what the Euany kingdom of Europe. The number ropeans don't know about America is exceeds 50, among them being nine furnished by a New Yorker now In large oaks. Rome, who declares that a prominent American sailors and soldiers go Italian newspaper recently announced into battle shouting: "Remember the thnt Gen. George Washington would Maine 1" And the chances are that the shortly take command of the American army In Cubs. Spaniards are not forgetting her. 30,-000 en-Joy- ed Attempts to improve on nature sometimes have unhappy results. A New York girl who tired of her pug nose determined that art should supply what nature had begrudged her, namely, a nose of Roman build. S one day she went to a man who claimed to be able to change features so radically as to make people strangers to their own families. She put up 950, and the facial artist just as gladly went to work to raise the proper convexity. Each da the elevation grew. But the girl's joy changed to sorrow when the growing continued beyond the limit, and, in addition, acquired a broadside expansive growth that threatened to submerge the damsel's cheeks. When her sweetheart fled she gave up hope and consulted a lawyer. She values the lost pug at $25,000. This is the second ense of the kind, and a few more may convince the seekers after beauty that it pays better to let nature take its course. feS! NEWSPAPER! IT ONLY COSTS HOW TO BE DAINTY. A AMERIGAN WOMEN IN THE PULPIT. as ministers is the subject of ordained several women, and women are admitted on equal terms a lay delegates to article in the by Rev. Anna Howard the general conference. Dr. Shaw herself Shaw. Dr. Shaw writes without any feeling is a graduate of the theological school of the in the way of resentment against the Boston university, and on being rejected as churches that exclude women from their a iantstcr by the- Methodist Episcopal church she was ordilncd for the Methodist ministry. She is merely telling facts. By the beginning of the twentieth cen- Protestant church in Tnrrytown in 1880. tury Dr. Shaw believes there should be at The Methodist Episcopal church, although it least 2,000 women preaching the Gospel in never ordained women, licensed them until the United State. It is claimed by the 18S0. Even this concession was then re pealed. Women, however, have acted and United Brethren that it was their denomination that ordained the first woman in the now net as evangelists and missionaries in Con Christian ministry. She is Rev. Lydia Sex- the Methodist Episcopal church. ton. Miss Sexton was given holy orders in spicuous nmong thcoc workers is Elizabeth v. Greenwood, national evangelistic super1S51 and worked in the church as a minister until 1800. But it is generally accepted that intendent of the W. C. T. U. Dr. Shaw says the first ordination of a woman waii that of that it was the life desire of the late Frances Antoinette Brown, who was graduated from E. Willard to lie a minister, but her church the theological school at Oberlin in 1850, but would not permit it. The first Universallst woman minister was Of who waB refused a license to preach. women ordained by the Congregational de- Olympia Brown, ordained in 1863. Augusta nomination attention 19 called to Rev. Annus J. Chapin is tho only woman who was ever Ford Eastman, now assistant to Rev. T. II. given the degree of D. D., although many have earned it. She is a graduate of MichiBeecher in Elmira. There ar but three ordained women in gan university, and Lombard universitythe regular Baptist church Mary C. Jones, honored her with tho degree in 1S93. Aman- WOMEN Quality Which Mukra a Girl Appear Slorn Charmlnir Than Those Around Her. CENTS A Chau-tauqua- n - Vi5E?-,----l-JPsWiAJiTikrr- oo C- - ' t'"1" " WVS- - ' IP sHssiissfesMftX !slssissssssssnrjleBreHl!efr Daintiness Is that Indefinable quality In a girl which causes her to charming than those around her; It is an nttrlbute that la seldom inborn, but tho result of culture. She Is certain of mnklng a good Impression tthcre others Ignominiously fall to do so, n fact which causes jealous and makes those who are not dainty look on with envious admiration and wish thnt they too possessed tho subtle charm. Daintiness, however, though not inherited, Is the outcome of habit. A girl Is dainty because she hns been accustomed to give thought and time to being agreeable to others. Thus It comes natural to her. llcr wealth of hair, always so glossy and carefully trained, owes Ha satiny nppearancc to the fnct that she brushes it regularly and frequently, and not solely when she feels in a mood to do so, or when unless she Is gien the opportunity? Our girls must bt educated in money mnttcrs, aud there is no surer method than by giving them money of their own to spenc; a regular weekly or monthly allowance ghen them to cover certalu regulated expenses. It is only natural that at the start a girl will spend foolishly. To meet this inevitable experience the amount of the allowance btoould be accordingly regulated. After awhile, however, when she gets accustomed to the handling of money, she will learn Its value better and be more judicious in spending it. To give a girl an allowance Is To not a prhilcgc, but her right. withhold it is to do her a serious wrong, and likewise is an Injustice to tho man whom she will marry and whoso money she will be intrusted with to spend wisely. She shouldhave experience before she reaches that point, and that experience can only como to her from her fnther In an allowance of her own while she is his daughter in his home." Xrvailn Woman Lawyer. Miss Gertrude G. Grey lias been admitted to the bar of the supreme court of Nevada, at Carson City. We are Informed, sayo th Legal News, by those who witnessed the examination that MIsts WEEK To read every day In the year The Louisville Evening Post. , The livening Putt lias the Market Reports. . I State News. (Frankfort News. Washington News. Short Stories. Women's Paje. Children's Page. rates &y Ma" 0n,y.42.00 12.Months -. 6 .Months lonths, ionth .1.00 I. SO .50 , CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. Sample Copies Furnished On Application. ' ' John R. McLean's Great Newspaper. Without a single exception, there is beyond doubt no greater or more popular newspaper in the United States than the Cincinnati Enquirer; or a more successful publisher than its proprietor, Mr. John R. McLean. The prices for the Daily Enquirer have been maintained, and its circulation largely increased each year; hard times and cheaper journals failing to arm,! its onward march and high appreciation of the public for its true woith and merit. The Weekly Enquirer at beginning of the campaign year was offered at 50 cents a year, and its circulation increased by the addition of over 200,000 new subscribers ; the most substantial and coveted testimonial a publisher could desire. When asked for the secret of such success, Mr. McLean frankly answers : The Enquirer has no opinions to force upon its patrons, it simply prints the facts and tells the truth that the reader may form his own opinions. By maintaining the price of the paper, more news and greater variety can be furnished, and every class of business interests catered to, which a cheaper journal cannot afford. The very liberal support given the Enquirer by the public at large, makes it incumbent upon the management to serve it faithfully with zeal and enterprise in minor matters as well aj those of greater magnitude. old-tim- e ;iairyq far-- Grey's answers to the 30questlons propounded to her were exceptionally good. She is the second woman to be admitted to the. Nevada bar. l Jbp$-fflXjin ) A 1880. of the state of Washington, ordained in 1882; Frances E. Townsley, Nebraska, ordained in 1883, and Edith ildl Booker, Kansas, ordained in 1804. The Baptists, says Dr. Sbaw, discourage women from entering their ministry. Mrs. Booker was for three years pastor of the First Uiptist church of Pittsburg, Kan., before her marriage with Mr. Booker. The Free Will Baptists have 17 ordained and nine licensed wunien miuiaters. Women have preached in this denomination ever since the beginning of the century. As early as 1815 Clarissa H. Danforth was a licensed preacher, but the first regularly ordained Free Will Baptist woman minister was Miss Anna Bartlett, of Paw Paw, Mich. Rev. Ellen C. Copp is the principal of Hillsdale college, and is very popular With the stu- 111. Marion Murdock lias had fine iwoeess with Unity church in Cleveland. Her associate is Florence Buck, both graduates of Oxford university, England. Eliza Tapper Wilkos has founded churches in several westdents. 1871. ordained The Christian church has but five or six ern states. She was mentionedinas one Emma of the is ordained women prenchers. The Presby- JL Booth-Tucke- r women to en- ablest women preachers in the country. Dr. terian church refuses to allow a ter its ministry, but accepts the work of Shaw closes her article with feelstrong appeal called on to women in all other departments of church for justice to women who work. The Methodist Protestant church has preach the Gospel. Hanford was ordained at Hingham, Mass., 18C8. Another Universalis woman minShe Puck. ister is Rev. Florence was a minister in Chicago for H years. She She Saw the Klae Cosatnsr. is now at Troy, N. Y. Ella Fred kissed me last night when Among Unitarian women ministers the is Mary A. Safford. I wasn't looking. oldeit and best known Stella Shut your eyes, did you? N. Her work has been broadcast in Iowa. Her ablest lieutenant was Elmor Gordon. Caro- Y. Evening Journal. line Bartlett Crane has made the church at Put Ills Foot In It. Kalamazoo noted throughout the country. Miss Basseo (giving a dinner) This Ida C. llultin, ordained in 1886, has been for six years preachinir to one charge in Molioe, wine is over 40 years old. Kollock-Crooker. daH. Deyo was ordained in Phebe A. One swallow makes no summer-DeIt, there's no use; But often we have found that One quill can make a goose. Hint to Writer. ny BoiUe it Idiot (thoughtlessly) yourself? Literally True. Teacher How did Jacob supplant Esau? Johnny By playing a skin game-Broo- klyn Tlt-Bi- ta so ill andmiserable but what can't be cured should be er insured." N. T, 'Toor papa, It must be terrible to be Life. Cheering- - Him Up. Truth. iL l ? ei. mmmmmmmfmt I'siy THE INTERIOR Stanhokd, Ky., - JOURNALl.S:VJMcKlnnoy . ubout nt. Miss Sub Woneb has fall sewing nt 31 per day. begun her S" Be it resolved, 1. That It Is with deepest regret we part with our brother and assure him of our sympathy In his afillctlons.and prayers to follow him. 2. We most hcnrtlly rcccomend him ns a most godly mnn, n pulpit orator, a great thinker and expounder of God's word and of fino, executive ability. II. That the above be spread in our most worthy county paper, the Interior Journal, nnd a copy be sent Dr. Vaughan. W. S. Grinstead, Pres. Dr. C. A. Cox, Secy. Gallant old Gen. Wheeler was a cadet at 17, a second lieutenant at 23, a colonel at 24, n brigadier-genera- l at 25, a at 20, a corps commander at 27, and a lieutenant-genera- l at 2S. rile had 10 horses killed under him in the civil war, and a great number wouuded. His saddle equipments and clothes were frequently struck by the missiles of the etiemv. Ho was three times wounded, once painfully. He had .'12 staff officers, or acting staff officers, killed or wounded. In almost every case, they were Immediately by his side. No officer was more exposed to the missiles of death than Gen Wheeler. Though 02 he Is still very uctfVc and to him is due moro than to any one man the triumphal issue at Santiago. A dispatch from Frankfort says that Capt. W. H. Sweeney, of Lebanon, who recently resigned his place in the t, Lebanon company of the Second Is there to see the governor. He is unusually bitter against Col. Galther for his treatment of the officers and men under him, and does not hesitate to say that the rea-o- n tho Second did not get to go to Newport News when the Legion and Third regiment did was the cowardly conduct of the colonel. He also says that 90 per cent, of the men want to be mustered out. Camp Wlkoff will gradually break up during the next three weeks, and by October 1 it is expected that all the Mldlers engaged in the Santiago cam paign will have been mustered out, if volunteers, or, if regulars, sent to garrisons at different points east of the Mississippi, except the convalescents, major-goneral - Sept. 6, iSqS C"lir , i School books, tablot?, bags ko & Hockor's. Bllppors BUi line of dry goods jnst received. Call and bee. Mark Uardin. Important Dry News. - 6oods Our line of . E. C. Walton, Bcsi.vis Manama. Bio b.irirulne In Sevonuioe & Sons. Tub best Is never loo good for prescription work. Thttt Is the reason wo use the best goods only. 1'enny's Drug Store. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Cor-bl- n. Mil. T. M. WlllTi; COL. T. lx down from Saturday. Mus. J. p. Cummins Is visiting In Louisville. V. W. WlTlllIItS in In Cincinnati bilging goodt. Mrs. M. E. Lout) returned to Louis-vlllSaturdtty. n .Miss Annus l'liiMi's wont to Saturday. o Lox-lugto- I. HIM. wont to Louisville Mil. ANIi Mns. FOKKSTl'S IlKID went to Cincinnati yesterday. Miss Hkttu: Wkakiin Inn roturnod from u vlhltlo Richmond. Miss Disiha Coultkr, of Doyle, Is vlhitlng Mm. T. A. Coulter. Gkouoii U. Cooi'Kii, county clork, is laid up with Job's troubled. Miss MATTIE .MKNin'BB Is back from a month,' slay at Crab Orchard. Mlt. HKVicitLYC. ROfT Is now alos man In the Iilue Grass Grocery. Miss annik Hiionauuii ICnoliiman is visiting rolatlvas In Richmond. The work on tho foundation for the now colored school building on the water works boulevard has begun. Prof. Sicco.vn hand lightning hay press In good shape for sale. H. K. Wcaren Tnrdif nnd others nre raising the money by subscription nnd it is hoped nil our & Sun. citizens will contribute. Money could Foil Rb.st.-1- 50 auras. Good not be bettor spent. Mile frojn Hubble. G. A. THE llttlo babe of Mr. nnd Mrs. HarSwlnahroad. ry Goer, 11 months old, died at Mr. R. Fahmeus. Return our sacks at once T. Mattingly's Sunday and was buried or else you will have to pay for them. In Buffalo Cemetery yesterday afternoon. Her name was Beatrice and hor J. II. Baughman it Co. disease was cholera Infantum, from Tub teachers' association will hold n which sho suffered six wcoks or more. mooting at McKlnnoy Saturday with The city council met at o'clock an entertaining program. yesterday afternoon to take steps Spkakinu. Col. W. II. Zeiglor, probuying the "Wiitcr & Light hibition candidate for congress in the plant. If the council and the owners 8th district, will speak hero Monday, can not agree arbitrators will be l"th, county court day. and their agreement submitted . to the people for ratification or rejecSKiTBMHBlt '2h Is the last day for filing claim against Lincoln county. tion nt the November election. If they can be secured at a reasonable (trice All claims tiled after that dnto will be will save largely by buying carried over till next year. George H. the town thorn. Cooper, nt ."Oc, '. We nre now ready for early pure haei s of Fall Wah Fnbric" Brandenburg ClothsDessrve Notice. They arc of the finest weaves and designs. PER 3ALES of many choice patterns In all prices. to-wn- rJs SATEENS in Brocaded and Plain, Chambries, Drss and Apron Ginghams nnd CVLIC'OEH in endless variety. We arc receiving lirond Cloths, Covert Cloths, the new Poplins, Cloths, and mnny new Silk and Woolen Novelties. Silk in Checks, Stripes and many novel combinations. Iii Woolen Fabrics, Serges, clerk. . Wit are requested to announce that thtiC. W. II. M. will meet at the Christian church Wodnesdny afterWILL. SlSVKItANCB and Mr. and Mrs. noon at .'J o'clock. All members are eurnesUy requested to be prosont. Albert Severance are In Cincinnati. Mlt. UliNJAMIN RlTCHUt, Of Loilis- MOOltB.I). R Moore, Jr., son of D. vllle, U the guest of the Misses Mono-fee- . R. Mooro, of Shelby City, who contracted typhoid fevor in the army at Mu. and Mits W. II. Shanks spent Chtckamauga, died a few days after his several days with hor parents in Modi-co- return homo. He was 23 years old. n. ed labor day, but Postmaster Florence cl no wnrrant for closing his could shop, sojlie patrons had the advantage of open postollice all day. 11 11 The banks very patriotically observ- THE Stanford Female College begnn Its :10th year yesterday with the following faculty: Dr. William' Sholton, president, teacher of mental and moral science; Miss Mnttle Pnxton.toncher of mathematics, history, natural science; Miss Mary Hubbard, principal of art department: Miss Ruth Ellison, principal 01 preparatory and primary departments; Mrs. Nannie S. Saulley, lady Waist Patterns Henrietta JOHN P. JONES. regl-mon- Mlt. W. T. SaUNDUKS U moving hi family Into the Commercial Hotel building. Mhs. Dirrriit McKinnisy. Mrs. V. J. Yngerand .VIH, Jr., have returned to Louisville. V. II. I'kkkins, of Crab Orchard, wont over to Lexington ytstorday to enter State College. Miss N i:i.i.i ic Mkkshon Is touching us hchool In MadCon county in Gtn. Cns-td- went to Louisville ytorday to buy Pall and Win tor millinery. MltS. II. O. NKWSl'M nnd daughter. Kstollo Catherine, are up from Fayette-villTonn., visiting relatives horc. IlAltltY MOKFKTT, of Lebanon, here belling a book entitled "Cuba's Fight for Freedom and the wur with 1 M. Clay's dlstrlot. Mtss IJkttik Lkwis, of Turnor-vlll- e, o, Spain." enlored thalr daughtor, Katie, at the Mlt. and Mhs. J. W. llASTIN, of IMttsburg, wre down yoptordwy and L. I college. MltS. Jambs P. Holuam neoompan-io- d Mutt Bertie James to Georgetown yentorday, whore the lnttox will onter college. COL. D. F. LooaN is vory 111 with uphold favor. Mr. A. E. Hundley, of the sumo neighborhood, is threatened with It. Jambs T. Mknkfkb went to Georgetown Saturday to entor college. James I'h 111 In wont over to Lexington the same day to matriculate at the State College. sUtors, MltS. J. S. CAltl'BNTBU'S Mrs. G. I). Adams and MU Eugenia 1 J fc Peyton, aftor spending the Summer In Kentucky, will leave today for their home in McKlnnoy, Texas. Mlt. W. II. Mfitl'llY and Mii Sue for SherWhitley Murphy lea vo man, Texas, the latter to entor college. Mr. Murphy will arrange hU plans for his future home at that place. to-da- y LlTTLB daughter left Friday for Crawfordsvlllc, Ind., whoro she will live with her aunt, Mrs. Miller, and go to uollcgo. Miss ANNE Shanks returned yesterday from a protracted visit to relatives In Shelby. Little Miss Virginia Pickett returned with her nnd will enter Stanford Female College. CltAlo, of LUCY MlLLKlt GlVBNS, of Mr. and Mrs. G, C. GIv-en- a, the Pkof. W. J. Academy, was too sick with malarial fever to teach his school and telegraphed to his brother, Mr. Hardin Craig, who was to have arrived hist night to teach until ho recovers. Mr. II. G. JOHNSON, L. & N. stock claim agent wus hero Saturday Ho tells us that his father, Col. E, Polk Johnson, has suffered a stroke of facial paralysis, which nil Mb newspaper and other friends hope will not permanentMalo ly Injure him. locaThappenings. THUEE show cases for sale. Mrs. Kate Duddcrar. TUB colored people have about abandoned tho idea of having a fair. Mixed Spices, Jelly Glasses, Cans and Jars at Wnrren & Shanks'. f SCHOOL supplies and books for tho public school at vV. B.McRoborts. T JUST received a new lino of silver novelties In jewelry. Hamilton, tho jeweler. Fob Rent. Hunging Fork farm of See G. L. GO acres, in corn and whent. tho place or address T. M. Carter near White, C'orbln. pri'icipnl, teacher of grammar, rhetoric, English literature and Lntin; Miss Ellon Ballon, principal of mu&ic department: Miss Flora Ballon, toucher of elocution and physical culture, and Mrs. Maggie J. Martin, matron, and manager of boarding department. The TUB Lexington papers say that the enrollment during the dny was W. will of Mrs. Margaret Graves leaves The soldiers will have n big dny nt $200 oach to Mrs. Mary E. Penny, Mrs. the Lexington running track Sept. i Sullie Scott and Hamilton Boone, her for the benefit of their hospital. Secrehalf brother and slstors, all of this tary W. E. Walker sends us the procounty. gram, which Includes n competitive Thursday was the hottest day of drill for n purse of 8100. One company the year at Louisville, tho morcury from each regiment will participate. A marking 05, but it was no hotter hero committee of seven ladles from dltlor-on- t countlos will award a purse of ?50 to than tho tevornl days that procoded and followed It, each of which nearly tho best mounted officer. There will be mule races, pony races and running showed tint century mark. races, the four of the latter having GOSHEN. MUs Nora Phillips' school purses of $100 to JPi'i each. The govatGoshon gave a pleasing ontortnln-mo- nt ernors of ouch State rcprosoutcd has yootorday morning, whou "The been Invited to speak as well as the Storm of the Flowers" wui well ren- following orators: John dered by a number of hor pupils. The Young Brown, P. Wat Hardin, Henry trustees nnd n good many of the pa- Watterson. Charlos J. Bronston, Geo. trons of tha school were present. Denny, W. C. P. Hreckinrldge, Thos. 'A. Morrow, J. C. S. Blackburn, Jnmes Gilbert. Our next congressman oponed his campaign at Richmond yes- B. McCreary. Admission 50c. terday in a powerful mooting In which CHURCH CHATTER, Gor. McCrenry presided. Ho will DansiHiak horo next Monday, 12th, at Rev. Calvin Mcacham, nj, a widely-knoville on the li. Hnrrodsburg, Oct. .'I, Baptist minister, died near Lawrenceburg, Oct. 1" and Lancaster, Oct. 21. Duvison is invited to moot Of the 21 navy chaplains, one is u him, but he will not accept. Prosbyterian, one a Christian, three . OVER at Stanford, the other day, two Catholics, five Baptists, five EpiscopabTislno.-- s Arms began cutting prices on lians and nine Methodists. Tho Pope Is ft and roads without shirts, and when the shadas of evening foil tho best in town could be had for glasses. If tho Prohibitionists would 10 cents. Wo aro roliably informed investigate they would find his Holithat Stanford people now wear nothing ness does not dine without them. but shirts. Editor Alien In Cynthiann Loulsvlllo Times. Dr. G. W. Young, of Richmond, has Democrat. This leaves us a horse ahead of Brer Allen and his townsmen. just been elected Hold secretary of the They don't even wear shirts, we honr. interdenominational Tomporanco So M cicty of Kentucky, and expocts to beA HEAVY ram, which did not come gin u lour of tho State at once In the till it had begun to bo badly needed, interest of tcmjcrance. fell Sunday and Sunday night. It was The Auchorage Presbyterian Sunaccompanied by wind and thunder and day school hits started a State movo-me- nt lightning, which lusted a long time and to provide tho battleship Kenwas quite setore. A hay rick belong- tucky with ono big Biblo and little ing to Mr. Forastus Rold was struck by Bibles with concordance for evory lightning and entirely destroyed. It oilicer and jack tar nboard. had fully 350 bales In It and Mr. Reid Rev. G. A. Doyle was arrested while valued it at $150. We hoard of no other preaching to tho soldiers at Loxlngton damage of consequence. and taken to Hart county on a charge seducing a girl, who diod from the AN effort is being made to opon of on her Uighcatlon street to Danville Avenue effects of an abortion performed Instance. On being lodged in and It Is hoped that It will bo success- nt his to kill himself, or to leave ful. It will opun up many lino building jail ho tried that improssion, by tying a handkerlots, save school children a mile walk his ncclc, so as to choko and make a safe way out of town by chief around him to death. avoiding the dangerous Danville crossTo replace a church destroyed by ing. The street would bo through tho of May 27, 1810, tho conlands of Miss Mary Varnon, R. C. tho tornado gregation of St. Francis de Sales' Warren and Harvey Helm and tho church, at St. Louis, is erecting a right of way can be easily secured. building which will bo practically inONE car of Gov. Bradley's hospital destructible. It will have the tallest train from' Chlcknmauga passed here stceplo on tho Western Continent. The terminus of tho steel rod Sunday with Ifl or 20 sick soldiers for neodle-llkof tho weather vane will point skyward various points along tho lino to One, Sergeant Hnys Brum-met- t, at a dlstanco of 37S feot from the of tho 1st Kentucky, gov off hero, ground. The cost will be $225,000. President Woodruff, of tho Mormon his family living n fow miles in tho country. He had had fever and bcon church, Is dead, aged 91. Ho was tho kicked by a horse and was in pretty third president of tho church, Brlgham bebad shape. Most of the patients had Young being the first. From the ginning of his ministry in 1KM, he tho fever and were exceedingly wan traveled 172,1109 miles, held 7,025 meetand worn in appearance. ings, preached 3,220 discourses, orWant TO Stop Him. Eleven citi- ganized 51 branches of the church and zens of Klngsville, live or six of them 77 preaching stations. Ho traveled in Mr. W. L. McC'arty says his business Encland. Scotland and Wales, and in competitors, signed a petition to tho 23 States and five Territories of the board of health to prevent him from Union. This tribute of respect was passed by dumping tho refuse of tho canning factory in the creok, claiming that It wna tho church conferenco of Stanford very offonsivo nnd likely to produco di- church: Whereas our beloved brothor and sease. Mr. McCarty thereupon got up n petition himself, which was signed by presiding elder of Danville district, over 100, many of them his employees, Dr. W. F. Vaughan, has just closed his who say that In llvo years they have fourth year of most effective service in heard of no sickness cnused by It. Dr. our district, and whereas according to Bailey will go over this week and see our law of limitation ho must needs depart from us, therefore; about tho conditions. well-know- I WE ARE NOW I In the Cities Buying FALL to and WINTER DRY GOODS m and Notions and Underwear, 4 Blankets, Cloaks, Overcoats, m m Boots and Shoes. Wait for 1 gj ns. We will have some & ? j 5 pleasant surprises for you. I i I who will be allowed to go home on n wn Hop-kinsvill- e. furlough. The big Krupp gun at the World's Fair was the Inrgest ever cast. Its length was S7 feet, its weight 122.400 pounds: the bombs intended for it weighed a ton each and required half a ton of powder to fire them. The greatest diameter was 42 centimeters. The gun was cast for the Italian Government. During the four years ended August .'11, the San Francisco mint coined H53,00:,S;:4, of which over 125,0o0.000 was gold of Pacific Coast production. The coinage for the month amounted to $,Ki0,000, breaking all previous records in the United States. The Memphis Board of Health has established a rigid quarantine against all points. The Mississippi State Board of Health has quarantined against New Orleans pending the In vestigation of two suspicious fever cases. Gen. Betancourt, in command of the Cuban forces in Havana province, has reported to tho Cuban representative jj I ' 3 SEVERANCE & SONS. $ m For CASH Only I Washington thut tho Spaniards disregard the armistice and continually attack the Cubans nt every opportunity. old babe fell in a pot A of boiling water at Zanosvllle, O., and was cooked until its Uesh dropped from the bonesIn - Beginning Sep. 1, 1 will sell only for Cash or Produce. Gfet my Prices before buying. MARK HARDIN, STANFORD. Alfonso Sandon, who lived alono on his farm in Winnebago county, Wisconsin, was murdered for hi money nnd his house burned to conceal the crime. The condition of Hon. .Thomas F. Bayard is regarded ae hopeless, and his death ia expected within a few days. There are now 000 patients in the hospital at Camp Hamilton, Lexington Only one death has occurred. Gov. Bradloy found the conditions at Camp Thomas bettor than ho had expected. W. B. Lander, one of tho oldest citizens of Hopkinsvllle, is dead. W. W. Hays will move to Forcstus Reid's farm this week. J. C. Lynn bought of J. H. Boono 1 4 LOOK HERE I i Corn Harvesters, Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, At Ten Per Cent. Lower Than Anybody. See Us Before You Buy. B. K. WEAREN 6t SON. MX Southdown ewes at 810. o Josiah Anderson bought of J. H. Thompson 30 sheep at $3.75. O. B. Perkins sold to Cyrenus Morgan 40 M. Mld-dlcsbo- ro. hogs at 3c. S. Baughman bought of John Pepples a pair of mules for $200. 200-poun- d iwTOJlffJMO m Queen & Crescent low excursion rato G. A. R. Encampment at Cincinnati. Ask your agent FARM FOR SALE Farm of 87 Acres. ! If not solil prlvntclvlxifore, wo will sell lit auction on SATURDAY, OCT. 1, 1S0S, at 11 a. m. on the premises i- -2 er falling springs, l'artn in high statu of cultivation. All under good fence. Salo Is for the purioo of u satisfactory dlvl.-lo"When you are oflered a disc drill. Others aro imitations. We woro unable to fii Write to any of tho undersigned for further our orders last year, and kindly ask you to place your order with'us early for the'best piirtlculars or call on or uddrcss J. W. Dryo ut Hustonvllle. Ky. on earth. J. W. Hrve. Mrs. Ilaker Tcrhuno and Mrs. Hradford-jvllloHIGG-IN- S Mrs. H. O. J. P. Fiddler, n. On Hanging Fork ono mllo from Huston-vlll- o on the Stnuford pike. It is well Improved, with house- of eight rooms, all the necessary outhouses, well watered with nev- We don't; wo originate. We are out tills year with somo new improvements. Some manufacturers Perfect in balances, light draft, force feed, Ac. imitate Always Ask For The "Superior," & McKINNEY. , Hradley, Hnrrodsburg. JO t4.' is -. 4 juT !::i. 7 nf ' 11' - 4 S 1 LAND AND STOCK, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL OPu.'bllslisssS.'X'MUQAa.ye anirriiavs jVX)VvV?CCJC charged. PBBYKAH 1T When not bo raid 332. SO will! 1 Pf aral b If Ilffl TIME CIBD. DIVISION. A. M. M. A DAT". M. P. L. C. Klnp pink eyo last week. Joe Patchen paced n tulle at Read ln(r, Pa., Friday, In 2:02. Split Silk was distanced In the first raco at Readsvllle, Mass. The Carlisle Mercury reports sales cf 23 mule colts at SIS to $30. V. W. Hays sold to John C. Pepples a pair of mare mules for S2"0. had n line tor mule die of I KENTUCKY CENTRAL No. v 8 i S. M. Owens sold to G. C. Lyon 1,400 pounds of hemp at ?3.47 per 100 pounds. John C. Pepples sold to Forcstus Rcld Jo yearling steers at 4c and four No! 21 No. 22 Arrrivcsat Stanford at l.M ,... Siaii fan! at -- 1" i Arrives at Kowland nt 1:00 3.40 Leaves Stanford at KNOXVILLE DIVISION. G. A. Swlnebroad has rented his farm near Hubble to W. Y. Curry, of Garrard. Four fine Polled Angus bull calves five months old, for sale. at 3c. J. S. Owsley, No. 2 Train going North " No. 26 " outl1 " No. 25 " ' No! 23 " For alllPolnts. ,12 37 p m . 2 41 .12 43 a m , Sr. Stanford. Daniel Urown, of Maryvllle, Mo., a jack for $275 and a stallion colt for 873. Kentucky this year produced one bushel of wheat for every man, woman and child In the U. S. James H. Boone has lost a number of sheep during the last week by a disease which Is entirely new to him. E. T. Pence bought of Green A. Slier 21 steer calves at 817.50 and sold to John Slier 30 butcher cattle at 821. Owen county's tobacco acreage Is estimated at 8,000 acres. With a good yield It will produce 10,000,000 pounds of tobacco. Joe Patcben, driven by his owner, C. W. Marks, broke the amateur driving record at Readville, making the G. C. Glveus sold to am 1 it V HO'JOH TICKETS SOLD. nAGOAUE CHECKED THROUGH. For anr Information enquire of JOE S. IUCE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. FBANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. C:R0 a. m. and 3 r. M., Trains leave Frankfort atwith Q. A C. and reach- Oeonretown 10 r. M. Ine Paris at 8:40 a. m. and 5:connecting Leave at George, a. m. and 9:80 r. M.. reaching Frankfort at 11.55 Ho Hntl Steered Ilcforo. The naval reserves, who have been doing such effective work aboard rome of the auxiliary cruisers, come from nil walks of life, just as do the olunteers on land. But somehow it seems more incongruous for a rich young fellow to be doing n senmnn's vork than it would if he were "sojer-hig.- " A member of the crew of the Yankee tells the Electrical Ueview of nn amusing incident that happened aboard that vessel during the recent cruise. Said he: "We were out at boa, nnd one of the boys you know him was doing his trick at the wheel. Commander Brownson happened up alongside him, nnd, after watching him a few minutes, said: 'You steer very well, my man.' Billy just saluted being up on naval etiquette. "'Bcen practicing since you joined the ship?' asked Brownson. 'No, sir; 1 haven't been practicing much,' said Billy. 'Well, you handle this'ship as If you'd steered before said Brownson. 'Yes, sir,' said Billy; 'I have.' 'Where?' asked Brownson. 'My own steam jnclit, sir,' says Billy. 'How big is she?' says Brownson, after a pause. 'About a thousand tons, sir,' says Billy. 'I I sec,' says Brownson. 'Thank'ce, sir,' says Billy, saluting. And the 'old man' went to his ." state-loom- A FAMILY FAILING. The struggle with Heredity. Illne-rOur Tartu of IM Acres of I laud, Htuatrd less than half lull liom Iluslonrlile M heat niwIiie l,..f..loti given Jan. I, lie dirtied. Ml mid M J Adams. tf Ilk. Ky. lit-CIn11"'-tur- Stilt or Rent, e The Right Side of the Color Line. To heredity, to the transmission of traits from sire to ion, vc owe moit of the roisltillltles of growth and development. bom bclusj started outoncw, without the force of heredity the level of life mlrht be expected to be that ol the dlpRer Indian or lltiahman. Naturally bad traits descend like the Rood. Peculiarities of feature, cxccntrlclties of speech and manner, birth marks, etc., arc handed down Just as surely as manual dexterity, physical beauty, mathematical ability, nnd the mental nnd moral qualities m general. J. curious example of this de. Kcent of family traits is furnished by Mr. MBKKie Tickett. Canton. On . lu whose family gray hair was hereditary. She vrrltes: "Orayhalr is hereditary In our family. As longns 1 can recollect, my mother's hair nas ne.cn (tray, About twelve years ao, my hair began to show sIriis of turning. I resolved to try Ayer's Hair Vigor, and fter using It only n few times ray hair was restored to its natural color. I still use this dressing occasionally, a bottle lasting me quite u while; and though over forty years of age my fcalr retains Its youthful color nnd fullness. To all who hove faded and gray hnlr. I would heartily recommend Dr. Ayer's Hair Vigor "Mrs. Maooik Pickett, Canton, Ga. There lino shame in gray hair, but there may be some sadness, because It Is tin. timely, and out of reason. Gray hairs are a crown of honor to the need, but to the young they are a stigma. There is no need to be gray iu youth. Cray lies' comes from a deficiency of the coloring matter which vlves the hair Its natural tint. This color, ing matter can l.c supplied artificially aud Is so supplied by Dr. J C. Ayer's Hair Vigor. It is by supplying the lacking pigment that Dr. Ayer's Hair Vigor restores gray or faded hair to its original color, lleyoud this, It makes the hair glvis It gloss nnd softness, stops t from falling, removes dandruff, and cleanses the scalp. Mrs. C. M. Ayres, Mount Airy, Ga., writes: "About three vcors ago, my head became full of dandruff, which caused great nn. noyaucc; after a time the hair began falling out. The isc of Dr. J. C. Ayer's Hair Vigor stopped the hair from falling out, nnd made the scAlp clean and healthy.' Mrs. C. M.Akes, Mount Airy, Ga. Dr. Ayer's Hair Vigor is noted as n dressing It I used every day by thousands whoc chief claim to beauty rests on beautiful hair. Send for Dr. Ayer's Curebook. a story of cures told by the cured. 1'ree. Address the J. Lowell. Mass. C. 7 L k.' For Hund.lltfUp The strength of the little ones wo have all the materials. Our stock of iIipmj gooiln, from Nursing llottlM, Nipples. Ktc, to Ayer Co. Prepared Food for Infants, ia large, well orled nnd contain everything approv ed of by tho medical fraternity. Look ut our Hue of Drtifhes, Teething Ktc. Infant's Cuiubs, with their King, Pulls Powders, You will be pleased town with Q. A C. and A. M. and i 1(1 P. M. JOSEPH P.. NEWTON, A. G. P. A. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains paw Junction City as follows: South .....12 Kpm So. 2 North . 4 l 4 " 1149 am " 11 p m No. 1 No. 8 mile In 2:02. ....UlSam " 6 " No. 5 " GOO am ."...8 05 pm "10 " Sales of 20 large mules at 883 to No. 9 -- No. 1 does not stop. No. 2 stops only for ptssen- 8122.50, 200 sheep at 82 and 137 mouncers from South of somerset. 9 and 10 run no iron and 5 and 6 only to Som tain cattle at 2.87 are reported In the ther than Junction City craeU Glasgow News. ?ij,m iP Royl i kea the food pure, wholesome ud 4Hclo.l iw POWDER Absolutely Pur mtf The mayor of a big city receives al! sorts of queer requests from out of town correspondents. Mayor Harrison's mail, reports a Chicago exchange, YODX. ROYM. BAKIhd POBER CO., M every day contains letters from persons who ask him to perform services that would keep the entire detective department of the police force busy for a week if he were to undertnke the commissions. The queerest letter he has received lately came from a little town iu Pennsylvania. The writer adARE- dresses him as "Honorable Mare of and then writes: "Will you plese furnish the undersigned with names of few of your most prominent Cool, E.xhlL'irntlnpr. Restful. Music, Amusecitizens who hope to dve in a short ments aud Good Living. while. I have new brand of coffin thai I am sure will suit them and their For Terms nddess. friends, if you will help me will reGUS HOFMANX, Prop. member favor." The man with the new brand of coffin is still waiting for nn answer and probably reflecting on an was sold to Jerry Caldwell at t lie dilatory conduct of western acre, corn in field at an average of MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. mayors. brought 819 a stack; : Kentucky. 81.99 a shock; hay cows sold at from 829 to 845; The battle of Santiago was fought furnished; clean beds; eplendsd mule colts at an average of 823; aged chiefly by the regulars of the Unlud Newly Porters mules at 843 to 835. Burgin MessenStates army and a proper inscription table. Everything 89 meet all trains. ger. will be made upon their regimental Virge Rice sold to Lunsford' of Lin- flags. In the civil war the small regA. S. PRICE, coln, 100 sheep at 83.50. B. Kidd ular nrury was almost wiped out. It bought of M. B. Hadden, of Montgom- was distributed in the various corps Surgeon ery. 50. cattle at 4. Far- - and took part in nearly every great Dentist, ris & Whitley bought 400 barrels of battle in the east and west. Their Stanford, Ky, corn in the field at 81. The seller said losses included 2,205 officers and men theKOwsley he didn't want his name known, as he killed or mortally wounded in action, OttoooTor McRoberts' Drug Store In Hulldlug. sold too cheap. Price Hudson bought and over 3,000 died from disease. At Gettysburg two regular brigades lost of Humphrey Hudson 11 sugar mules at 3100; of Yates Hudson, nearly half their number in killed and seven at 8115; and of R. L. Salter one wounded. The Fifteenth infantry lost during the civil wnr D7 killed; ISO were at 8100. Advocate. wounded, CI died of wounds nnd 50 died in prison. The American regular army A CRITICAL TIME ha? a splendid record. d high-steppin- ORCHARD SPRINGS NOW OPEN Mason Hotel first-clas- s. Hon. John D. White had the misfortune to lose by death his saddle horse, a fine stallion which cost him 8300, which he was riding iu his campaign. Nearly 150 horses are at present quartered at the trotting track at Louisville, awaiting and preparing for the big meeting which will open on September 20. Mule colts at 820 to 840, feeding cattle at 4c, stock ewes at 3, wheat at CO and corn In the field at 81 a barrel are some of the sales reported in the Democrat. J. F. Cook raised on the Beazley farm, near Preachersvllle, 237 bushels of wheat on seven acres of ground. This Is one of the best crops we have heard of. Lancaster Record. A total of 220 horses were exported from Chicago last week by Dufour & Co., to Antwerp, Belgium. Their consignment included a large number of drivers, purchasfrom S1G0 to 8250. ed there at The three States of Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota will produce 200,000,000 bushels of wheat this year. Never were such harvests seen before, and 1S93 will probably stand as a record breaker for a long time. Dun's Keview says the failures for August were the lowest in five years for the corresponding month. The wheat crop is the largest ever harvest-fid- , and the outlook for the iron indus try is said to be the most favorable in 20 years. At the Wyatt Hughes sale, the farm Har-rodsburg In the course of nn article entitled "When Country Women Come to Town," published in the Ladies'. Home Journal, Trances E. Lanignn briefly describes the excellent work of the Travelers' Aid societies, which keep at the principal railroad stations and steamboat landings in large cities women agents to assist women and girls when arriving in strange places. "This Travelers' Aid has for its ob- ject the protection of helpless women nnd girls who are forced to travel long distances alone. As, for instance, a joung girl may leave Stockholm, Sweden, desiring to reach San Fran-riscWith a letter from the Travelers' Aid' the agent will meet her in London and place her upon a steamer; when she reaches New York she will be met and placed upon her train; nt Chicago she will be met again and taken to the train, and when she arrives at San Francisco she will be met by one of the women agents of the association nnd conducted to the rooms of the Women's Christian as- soeiatiou or to her friends." Ve will store wheat at a less price than you can j3tore quality and price. it yourself. All who stored last year made money. Also will either buy, store or sell you sneksto store. Call and see us. Penny's Drug StoreLouisvlllo, Ky., AMERICAN & EUROPEAN - LOUISVILLE HOTEL V J. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. LOW RATES QUEEN is CRESCENT. National Wholesale Druggists' Ass'n, lb9S. St. LouU. Mo., Sept. Annual Conference M. E. Church South, Elemlngsburg, Ky., Sept. 14 21. Unusually low xctirslon rate to Cincinnati, Queen Sc Crescent Route to Tick-t- s G. A. R. Encampment Sept. sell September 3d to 9th. .Beulah Camp Meeting, Flat Rock, Kv.. from all points between Danville and Oakdale Including, September for the above occasion. Tickets are good until the 20th, to return. See email bills or ak agents (or full particulars. 19-2- aoo-Acr- c Farm For &nlc. ty-l- 4, Illur-Grasrt ci uic (lid i.rrnlrry lcii(M land wli watered Two might tanu. ulrilwrlllnip. Utxxl strx k lorn mulrr 'onttrur lion. trriu. (mutrr Hilflit, Manf.inl. All in Ky. The Ladies llestaurnnt U the tlncM In the city. Every convenience for ladles spending the day iu the city. Cu'titlutun's Cafo on olllcc lloor. l.y THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, Maunder. Music - Tttesd'tv TUtiMildjr and Sumla Jjvenln". 0. Jones, TINNING J. T. STANFORD, IvV., & PLUMBING, 10-25- th, Is now prepared to do nit kinds of Plumbing nnd Tin n I up. Polo proprietors of Dean's Black Diamond Hoof I'aint. Telephone No. 20, residence Shop oil Mill St . oppsltu J. 21-- tf H. ltaupliman A Co. Mill Odd Fellows, (I. O. O. F.i Sovereign Grand Lodge. g Chi-cng- Tickets will be on nale Sept. 10, 17 and returning god leaving Boston not later than SeplSO, 1S1H. For llckcti and full information call on Ticket Agents "Big Four Route," ot addiUM, FARM FOR SALE, The Tanners Hank & Trust Co . loon tod 1W Ativ. well watered arid In tine state of rultiTp WAllltKN J. I.YNi It, Hon. Two dnrllinz homes, goud lrns, onrnnl, at Stanford. In the State or Kentucky, ts 11 (. MrCtUlMlt'K. Piss. TratUr Mar A .n uTaw. A Tkt. . !Vwmlun closing up Its Affairs. All creditors of s Ae (ornand hav iroian lolioiiht IX NAT tlSt given to int iiirnaer Call on or addle, J. C. Hank therefore nrp hereby notltlwl to prt-.42.1m MlCLAUY, unlrd, Ky t their claims iipiiHst skid Hunk for pay- The Williamsburg fair otlet-- ! two 8500 races this week, but they will hardly come off. The conditions re- HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, quire 10 per cent, entrance fee and it takes 10 to till. In other words If the Stanford, - - Kentucky. horsemen make up 8500 the assoclo-tioOtllre over Hlgglns A Milvlnnev Store, will permit them to race on their track for It. n DR. R. m. PH6LPS, Boston, Mass., Sept. 19 to 24, 1898. One Fare for Round Trip "Big Four Route, PI ,:l?K Refun- NOTICE. en I ment. $10,000 Sals if Lincoln J. H.OWSLEY. Cushler Hunk, of . County Stanford. Ky.. has succeeds! the Enrmers ding' Bonds, Hunk .V Trust Oo.. of Stanford. Ky and hits nssunied nil Its ltalUUIe-and We the undersigned Committee niipulntod entire bulnos. S. II. SHANKS. President :t Court of ut u S'ptflul Term of tho Y J. H. Cashier will, Lincoln County, licit Aup. 10. pursuant to aii order of said court, on . The Lincoln County National FIRE INSURANCE' aft l"I-'- ln. OW.-LE- Insurance Company OF BROOKLYN. S-- Saturday, Sept. 24, 1898, tho At 2 p. m., lumcaster, Court-Ilou- so door In Manfbrtl, Ky., 40 Hustonvillo, - - - Kentucky Lincoln County Ilondsif the denomination of oncli. Said bond to run 15 years with the privilege of redeeming sumo after Odtri hh wrrlcn to tlie oils ofWnt IJncotu live years, bonrlns live per cent. Interest and CJMy couiitlc. Kull itock of offltiiind hand. per annum, payable annually. 8S V, S. Cncnter. Manaje r. HonUs to Dear in teres: irom sopt. .', iius. J AS. 1". BAILEY, 5-30 1 otter for salo publli'ly In front of J. T. SUTTON, UrtdertQlcer, Caledonian : Insurance Co., oi Scotland. KOUND1CD 1HOO. 4S-- td OEO. 11. COOIT.U, II. HELM. J Lincoln County National Bank, R.B.MAHONY.Agt hTASFOW. KV 1.000-noun- d THE CYCLONE. TAKKZB BROS., UcEIKUEY. TltKAsntV DKI'AUTMn.NT, orriCKor tiik UIMITH0M.ru OF Tim CTIIItBNCY. Muslilllgtutl. I). C , August Oth. 1IK u Nu-tlo- two-year-o- ld jCJrtcCLAY ni'RINO THE UATTI.E OK SANTIAGO. TTliroERiT AKEBi And Dealer in HARNESS, SADDLERY, STANFORD, KY. TAKE THE 6 at one cine was the indirect saviour of our army, for if the packers had been unable to work there would havo been no way of getting supplies to the fiont. There were no roads that a wagon train could use. My comrade nnd myself bad the good fortune to lay in a supply of this before wo medicine for our pack-trai- n left Tampa, and I know iu four cases it absolutely 6aved life " The abovo letter was written to tho manufacturers of this medicine, tho Chamberlain Medicine Co., Des Moines, Iowa. For sale by Craig d Ilocker, ffranlc J. Reed, O. P. A., Chicago. E. II. Bacon, D. P. A., Louisville, Ky Druggists, Stanford, Ky. summing up the casualties of thf war just ended it Is safe to make tht ' The Packers at Hie Battle of Sanlingo statement that the number of killed de Cuba were all Heroes. Their Hero- and the number of deaths resulting ic Efforts in Getting Ammunition and from the immediate effects of wounds Rations to the Front Saved the Day. will not exceed L'SO. The number o wounded will in all probability reneh V. Riillor nf r:irk.trnin "Kn. 3. writ. T ! i"S from Santiago De Cuba, on July 23, i 1,125. The number of deaths from says: "We nil hnd diarrhoea in rnoro or nrtlaria. dysentery, yellow fever and i less violent form, and when we jnnjctj typhoid cannot be estimated at this a for it w&s lime, as these diseases are still pre&C. we hnd no time to sec doctor, vailing and will claim many victims a case of rush and rush night and day to before the troops are recalled. The keep the troops supplied with ammunilo?s of life and the suiTerinj; as well as tion and rations, hut thanks to Chamberdisability as a claim for pension, lain's Co'io, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remcaused by disease and the effect of cliedy, we were ahle to keep at work and mate, will exceed by far those caused keep our health; in fact, I sincerely by Spanish bullets. eve-that critical time this mediSICK OK WELL. A HUSH .1 . NIGHT AND DAY, In Whereas, by natltfai'torv evldenco pn to the undeiliiel. It Ims Itoui inude Count v tonppar that The Llm-ulHunk of Stanford." In the city of ford, lu the county of Lincoln nnd State of Kentucky, has compiled with nil Milk Crooks, oc. ;i Bars of tho provisions of the stututiH of the United 2 stntes, required to 1m cornp'led with before Every Day Soap for 5c. nn association shall bo authorized to com -tnonce the business of Unuklng. Now, therefore, Oeoro M. Collin. Deputy nnd Acting Comptroller of the Currency, lo hereby certify tluit "The Lincoln County National llnn'lt of Stanford" lu the City of Stanford, In the Couuty of Lincoln anil State of Kentucky, Is authorized to coin tnunco the business of Hanking as provided In Section flftv one hundred nnd sixty nine of the ItevNt'il Stntutosof the I'nlted fctiitos. In testimony whereof wln.is my hand Fine Bo'ted Meal, per busbel, 43c. Oood nnd beul of olllce this ninth day of August, Family Flour, L'o lb. Back, 45c. Best Isus. GEO. M. COITIN. Family Flour, 25 lb Sack, 50c. Deputy nnd Acting Comptroller of the Currency so ntml H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., 2 Bars of Lenox Soap, 5c. Is Receiving his Fall And Vlntcr Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. Call And See Us. PUBLIC SALE ! No. 5133. 4T. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Southern Railway miT'Q Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, $15,750 I will sell at imlillc isle nt my resIJencii, $' miles North of Crab Orchard on the pi lie, on 0 r u iuaijyi i i )V THE beli- Wednesday, Sept. 14, '98. EIGHT I'F.NETUATES MONON It is The Popular Route to CHICAGO. small mosquito nets are much needed at the various camps. The regulation kind, made by the qunrtermnstcr's department, are made on a ring or elastic, that may be lifted around the army hat. There must be plenty of fullness so that the net can be tucked in around the cot bed. Mosquitoes have an insinuating way of securing an entrance from the ground if tho netting is allowed to hang In free folds. A soldier'j sleep is so necessary to him authoritatively stated that that guarding against its being turbed by the pests of southern mates is important. discli- All nf my Stock, Crop, Fanning Implement, lloii'tliolit and Kitchen r'uriilture, contlitlug of 3 Mate by I'.xtti Work Mules, mares 1 (iamU'tta, good worker nnd driver, 1 Virginia, Georgia t Family Horse, 1 Clilldren'i l'ony, Kentucky, Tennessee, Carriage Horse, North and South Carolina, will broke to drive or tide, 1 extra nico I'llly. 4 or Alabama, Mississippi. IU reij'btered llerknuiiu Lilts and 3 llorkililre Sout, registered, 8 stock boi, 3 horso wajon, carriage, hiijwy almost sood ns new, cart, mower, Cultivator, 1 eed Mill, 1 Ilo)' Little, f.lant Cutter, Corn Shelter, Hows, Harrows, Harness. Ac. About l'i acres of corn lu Held, 10 or 13 turn Clover Hay In barn, Sou buslielt of Oit, 2oo lnulielsof notween Louisvlllo am1 the South. Seed Wheat and 4 bushel of Clover Seed. All my household goods several Sets oi nice Ualnut I ur Ward- nltiire. Tables, Chairs, Carpets, Cilice Destk, Cooklmt Stove, Mos. rol.es. Holler-toly and Stoddard Creamery, Davis1 cnuru and out ter worker, Each way between Louisville find Lexington Sale will leeln promptly at 9 o'clock. Thiols. Allimms of sin and under.caili In Laud, W. A. TUHK, O. P. A., over Sin, 3 mouth's bankable note. Washington. I). C. The farm will ln rented on tUy of tale for the remainder of this year and IsOu, W. 11. TAYLOE, A. 0. V. A. J. E. CAHSON, Crab Orchard. Louisville. Ky ' GREAT STATES hay-rak- 1 Through Sleeping Cars Attention of the public Is called to the fact that this Is the only National Hank in Stanford. Under the provisions ol the National Hank Act ilcsltor aroseciirt-- mil only by tho capital stock, but by tho stockholders' liability lor nn amount cii.il tu the stock so that dciHisltorsof thlsinstltu tton are secured by a fund orS.X0,O(X). Fire sworn statements of the condition ot the Hank uremaJe each year to the Culled States tiovernment nnd its aucts are examined at stated times by Koreruiuent agents, thus securing additional audcriect satet' todeiMisltors. This institution originally established as the De posit Hank of Stanford In 1S.W, then reorganized at the National Hank of Stanford iu lPiM ainlaalrj reorganized as the First National Hank of Stanford In lis.', has had practically an uninterrupted exist eucrioroj years, ii is ueiier supplied now wit. facilities for transacting business promptly aud lib. erally than ever before in Its long and Honorable career. Accounts of individuals, fiduciaries, firms nr.d individuals solicited. DIKXCTORS. ii THREE DAILY TRAINS F. Held, Lincoln Co.: J. W. Harden, Stanford 8. H. Haugbuian, ' S. T. Harris, ' T. P. Hill. J. S. Ilocker. " W. A. Tribble. W.l Walton " J. 11 Colllflr.Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. M , D.Elmore, Stanford. orricKxs. J.:S.Hocker, President: J. J. Mclloberts. CaihU A.:A,;Veh.luuey,AMlitarjtCastiIer. -- i. ' riiiiwiiaMswiliii1-- .l on JJ is) llWV I'j.KIISlSSI'SSa IS' I'l'lJ SS' MSS'I u.'.yj mm Ji. !ir j i '