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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898080201 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. ifhHpM 't-1'- ' '? p Wf w wifp !v Vf SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVII. d INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. AUGUST 2. 1898. NO. 43 well-kno- f DANVILLE, HUSTONVILLE, NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. THE SECOND REGIMENT. CAMI Thomas, July 23. The great The W. C. T. U. held ltd last meet-anThe Christian Endeavor Society will Mrs. J. R. Sampson, wife of the only Legion together with the ing with Mrs. Nuth Woodcock Satui-Thl- rd lawyer, died at Mlddlcs-bor- o. give a concert In the near future. Kentucky will doubtlen be well dy evening. Lincoln county people and adjoining The Q. k C. giving li round trip James II. Thomas, Assessor of Casey counties are looking forward to our on their way to Porto Rico by the time At Hustonville, Ky., Days, thin reache? tho reader and ere long we iu Wllmore, on account of the holiness county, Is dead. He was a Republldan fair, beginning Aug. 10th and eontlnu lug three days. Several parties from oillcer, elected last November. tin noldiors (?) and civilians will only camp meeting. Dr. J. J. Lucas, of India, occupied John Walden, an old citizen of Har- - Lexington, Danville, Harrodsburtr and to be patron of the Louisville havo dallies to read of the during deeds and the pulpit of tho 2nd Presbyterian rodsburg, dropped dead In Perryvllle. other towns have already ecured sta- Old Willi bio room for their stock. Our fairs Ileart trouble was the cause. heroic bravery displayed on the Held of church Sunday morning, only Legion.' In Kentucky river have always proven a success and from The body found Messrs. Fred Grant, Ernest Smith, battle by said groat and 0 Tho Second Kentucky was the tlrst to kj i.'ttBl Hubert Shearln and Char-leav- e near High Bridge turns out to oe that present Indications this will eclipse all to be equipped, ue Caldwell left yesterday for n three of Robert Love, of Cincinnati. others. home, thu first Rings, Saddle Segal having failed to pony up. the Miss Bessie Adams, of Pari-- . Texas, Hild to be tho best drilled, but ulti- - and week's camping trip on Rockcastle R. N. I. & B. will be sold again Sept. Is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. K. Baugh-maRings, Sweepstakes, &c. Write Catalogue. nlack she Is still In old Chlekamnuga ,.ive,.. Mis Louise Kauffman has re The dllTerent schools of our town 1. The upset price Is $100,000. nnd will stay here until the park is W. G. COWAN, Pres. Campbell, of Jenson- - turned to Lancaster, after a pleasant XV. D. Hocker, Secy. thoroughly denned up and then she havo llatterlng prospects for an Inslid but wiser band. creased number of pupils this fall. tou, was held to the U. S. court In vUit to relative. Messrs. Archie Dun-lawill go home a WE WANT TO- Arch Holmes. Tllden Cook, Dan Maj. Ilelburn thinks we will bo heio Each have men wcrklug In their In- $1)00 for fraudulently receiving a penvllle, Mr. Pulllam and sister, of Boyle, the 1st of October and I have be terests. With a new president every- sion. till Reporter says that attended the "Patriotic Dinner" given The Somcr.-e- t lleved from the first that we were here thing Is bright and promising for Cenduck nt Mr. J. W. Hocker's. Mr. Lew Bill Dugger sold his for the summer. The authorities are tre college. Several boys, of color, were tried In to Arthur Estes, of McKlnney. for Holmes and wife, of Louisville, are probably saving, us for the "fall of Haguests at Mr. T. J. Robinson's. Miss court last week for enjoying a crap 3U.20. vana." Customer of our3. We wil give you the Robert Watson, who was shot by Anne Cook Huffman, of Lexington, Is I noticed an article omo time ago In gamu on Lebanon pike. One was untho I. J. about the scarcity of republi- fortunate enough to fall asleep and had Thomas Williams at Lexington, ac- with Miss Mellie Hoppe- -. Miss Leila can patriotism In Lincoln and Casey his shoes stolen. The thief got :14 days count of which wo gave In our lat Is- Wheeler, of Rome, Ga.. is visiting at sue, Is dead. Mr. Charles Wheeler's. Mrs. Will I. counties. I also noticed In Sunday's In the The London Echo says that a big boll Heddens nnd daughters, of Kansas Murray Hrlght, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chattanooga Times where there were only 2.V) rads In tho 5th Missouri Regi Ira Hrlght, died Thursday afternoon I? trying to do away with some of the City, are with relatives. ment and I am sure I would bo safe In at his home In Lexington. He was a editor's cheek, which by the way Is a The "Patriotic Dinner" given by Give us a call and see for yourelf. Extraordinary Bargains in Fine Suit3. Cut Prices. Suits Cleaned and Pressed. Merchant Tailof the member of Company D. 2nd Kentucky, pretty big job. Mr. June H. Rocker aud sister Wedstating that at least oring. Suits made here. Big Cut in Shoes. At Richmond William Settle and nesday evening, July 2th, at their boys of tho Second Kentucky are dem- and had been very 111 at Camp Thomas. llatterlng or boast- His mother brought him home Tuet-da- William Brown, charged with robbery home on Danville Avenue was the ocrats. I am neither but he had a relapse and died. He and shooting to kill, were bound over event of many seasons, It being striking, but staling what I believe to be came from the strong- often visited Danville and was at one to the grand jury. ingly orlginnl In every detail. The tho truth. Co. II. DANVILLE, KY. No. 136. a Richmond National colors wore artistically u?ed Hroaddus, Reuben republican stronghold In tho State, time a bright student at Hogsett Acad est camo from a section where a democrat emy. He was a noble boy and a splen- butcher, attempted suicide by cutting in decorating the entire house nnd stands as little show of election as an did soldier. Many friends sympathize his throat, but did not succeed In doing lawn, and "Old Glory" made Itself conspicuous from the time one entered Icicle In hade and I will wager two deeeply and tenderly with tho parents more thun raising a disturbance. in Laurel and Clay the front gate, over which It hung aloft v C II The small-pohard tacks and a piece of bacon that in this great sorrow, the loss of their of tho boys In Co. II. are llrst born. was said. Mr. counties Is now well under control, until the last good-by- e Every town should have a public li- and the local health olllcers confident- J. II. Hocker, assisted by Miss Margar. democrats. I would bo safe In stating Right now a word about our Fall and Winter Shoes. Little Early but of tho sons of the old civil war veter- brary. Tho Danville library under the ly expect to prevent a further spread et Ingels, of Paris. J. B. Cook and we are eager to call your attention to these goods. In the first place Kentucky management of Mr. J. 13. Fisher nnd of the disease. Miss Mary Holmes Lusk receive J the Ij ans that arc In the Second fought un- elllelent librarian, Miss Laura Down-toBradshaw, a Danville Negro, guests in the spacious parlors at 3:30. :. we have taken unusual care in selecting the stock and are pleased to James of their fathers know that we will be able to has jteadily Increased until its vol- who had made his escape from the At 8 the guests were Invited Into tho a der tho Stars and liars. So patriotism Is e was shot In the log there dining room that "meccn" of red, white not yet on the wane with even true umes .number 1,100. It started with nnd dyed In tho wool Southerners. :I00 books, but tho most helpful books Saturday night by Policeman Heuson, and blue, where a delightful dinner a blue Secondly, the prices that we expect to put on these goods will be atwas elegantly served. The menu was I saw an old Johnny Reb Sunday In In fiction, history nnd biography have while resisting arrest. fc Co., of Camp Nelson, was returning been added from time to time. Its have particularly patriotic. After dinner Glass tractive. Thirdly, our styles will be exactly right. Every mother a line acr uniform. He that has a boy or girl that she wants to shoe substantially will be from tho Atlanta reunion and was go- dues are within the limits of all, tho established a transfer line between the guests repaired to the parlor nnd These goods will be on hand in good season. ing over to the 30th Michigan samp to Initiation fee being $1 and aunual as- Luncaster and Kentucky river, placing lawn and Miss Lou Hocker, assisted 8& boys whoso fathers his regi- sessment SI. "Hooks area guide In It in direct communication with Louis by Misses Sallle Cook, Anna Reid. .! see some ville and Cincinnati by water. Lucy and Mattle Alcorn entertained ment and brigade had once such a youth aud anentertnlnment forage." The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, ST. The directors of the Laurel County in their most inimitable style until the II Miss Fannie Easthem left Saturday 8' niggle with. .ini In and are to spend a month In Sidney, O. Mrs. Fair hnve decided to hold no exhibition "wee sum' hours." Tho boys all chipped VW building a tine bath house at the water Carl McKnlght, of Chicago, has joined this year. The Echo says that most of MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, shower baths from her husband at Peoria, 111., after spend the type on the catalogue had been set nine and will have this on and It will save a mile or two's ing some months with her parents, Mr. up when the decision wns made. We Make It A Rule To Furnish Oscar Jones, of Peytonvllle, O., sold Reuben Gentry, of Boyle, Is In Wash- his mother's Bible for money with and Mrs. Nicholas McDowell. The walk to the creek. It has boon raining every day since Misses Fisher, who have beeu In St. ington to try for acommlssloner's place which to buy his sweetheart flowers. Sunday and there was no drill this Louis for several months have return- to the Paris exposition. There are "Alas!" sighed Mrs. Peck, "one can morning on account of rain. It gets ed to Danville. Mrs. Charles Rodes several candidates, besides George never tell what a day may bring pretty dry and dusty down hero, but and sons and Mrs. J. C. Uoglo and Denny, who Is said to be a "receptive" forth." "That's true, my dear," rewhen It does rain it jwnirs nud It gener- children hnve returned from Lake one. Capt. S. D. Van Pelt Is arrauglng plied Henry. "A mau may be happy ally lasts from three days to a week. Chautauqua. N. V. Miss Leila McKce for a reunion of the Seventh Kentucky and married tomorrow." Ex Reynolds has just gotten out of of Oxford, O., has arlved to spend the cavalry, Col. John Faulkner, to be Isaac Snodgrass and Miss Kittle Giltho division hospital nnd looks like a vacation with her parents. Mrs. James held during the National G. A. R. En- bert, of Crab Orchard, were married corpse, he Is no poor. He has had a Stoll, of Lexington, Is visiting her campment at Cincinnati the 5th of at Jelllco Inst Sunday afternoon. We Cash Pripretty tough spell of It, but will bo all mother, Mrs. C. Scrugham. Miss Ma- September. jolu In with their many friends In offer- All of the Best Quality, at the Lowest Possible In a few days. Well 1 must ry Shelby, who hns been tho guest of right now is to your interest to try us. ces. Thomas and D. Baker, charged with ing congratulations. Mt. Vernon Sigclose for lack of news. If tho "Old Miss Coolcy, has returned to Arcadia. the murder of W. L. While in Clay nal. n George Hardlman, a Rev. Second" should happen to do anything Misses Mary Dunn aud Alice Haugh-inu- county, asked for a separate trial und Methodist minister, and his will wlro you. Ct.AKK.sn: Colkman. returned Saturday from Crab that of Thomas Baker Is now on at Orchard Springs. Miss Mary Vincent Barbourvllle, after some dltllculty In wife, of Vanceburg, parted under rePOINTS. POLITICAL markable circumstances. A few months Hugucly stopped over on route homo getting a jury. ;!..-J .tn"l.llll j' ago Rev. Hardlman. bMng a widower, nominated a full from Miss Mary Hold's house party. The Texas iops W. V. Anderson, Deputy Collector Mrs. Susan Price, of Lancaster, has of Internal Revenue, with General married Mrs. George Knopp, a handticket for State olllcers. ll'J open his returned home after a visit to her sod, Deputy Collector Collier, of Somerset, some widow of 40, with a daughter of Hon. John S. Rhea will IS. The couple lived happily together fli ,V. C. Price. campaign at Franklin, Aug. IS. made a successful raid on moonshluers I until the stepdaughter said some expected to elect their . Tho democrats county, destroying three iu Losllo CHURCH CHATTER, harsh things about Deacon Thomas Stnto ticket In Alabama yesterday by stills aud about 3,000 gallons of beer. I Evans, a close friend of Rev. Hardlman. 10,000. Dr. A. C. Davidson has resignod the Lexington Is to have a new wholesale The latter went to his wife and said, II. C. Evcrtole has announced his presidency of Georgetown College and grocery. The stylo of the new firm V daughter has been persecuting l candidacy for circuit Judge In tho Lon- accepted a call to a Hlrmlngham Hap-li- will be Curry, Howard Sc Smith, aud "Your my friend and must quit it." Mrs. ? don district against Judge W. L. church. thev expect to opeu for business by Hardlman thoreupon went to her desk n goods, but old style, Not IJrown. An Item Is going tho rounds that Sept. 1. N. L. Curry, of the Curry 8 nnd wrote, "We, George nardlman At Palntsvllle, W. J. Seltz was nom- Rev. F. S. Polllttls dying ut Coving- Grocery Co., Harrodsburg, dipt. J. R. and wife, agree to forever disagree." : it inated for Congress on the -- 0th ballot ton, but as ho married a couple Friday Howard, of Lexington, and Mr. Smith, She signed It and handed It to her by the Republican convention of the and preached at his church Sunday, wo of Louisville, compose the firm. : husband: he immediately affixed his . Tenth district. aro safe In saying that tt Is untrue. J , ai name. The two shook hands, and Rev. will meet at At Henderson, Mrs. Florence May Tho prohibition leaders Mr. Calvin N. Caldwell, a return m who gave her ngetis 32 and looked Hardlman left to return no more. Nlcholasvlllo, Aug. 13 to consider tho missionary, will lecturo on "Missions" m: In Light Weight and Light Colors I will soon propriety of nominating a candidate at tho Presbyterian church Sunday much older, appeared at the ! Immense fortunes have been made towing in her wake Mr. Robert Younts, for Congress lu this district. u morning at 11 o'clock and to tho out of the banana business. Revenues "tf aud looking much younger, both do not accrue alono from the sale of aged The Reporter says that none of the at .'I in the afternoon. 1 county got and applied for man Inge applicants from Pulaski Tho largest and finest colored church from Evnusville, 9 tho fruit, for tho leaves aro used for evon in sight of a job under tho new In Kentucky was recently dedicated In license, says the Owensboro Inquirer. It packlup; the julco belnjr strong In i, management of the ponltontlary. i), Owensboro. When finished and fur- was issued, the bride blushingly admitting li makes an Indelible ink and shoe John V. Lewis, of nished It will cost 850,000, of which wheu asked the number of her marriage blacking, the wax found on the undery They orcugy and now need the money invested in them. They will Washington county, has decided not to 3:i0,000 has already been expended nud that it was her fourth etlort in that line. side of tho leaves Is a valuable article b sold cheap. If you have any idea of the value of goods Senator Lindsay declares that tho terti.s of commerce; Manila hemp is made book tho Republican nomination for there Is no encumbrance of any kind In tho Third district. on tho church. of peaco should be limited to a single sen- from tho stems, and of this hemp are Appellate Judge absoDistrict Republican Tho Eighth made mats, plaited work aud lace Iho meeting being conducted at tence, aud that should demand the has been called to meet Halls Gap by Revs. J. D. Crouch and lute relinquishment of Spanish sovereign- handkerchiefs of tho finest texture; Committee at Nlcholasvlllo August 10 to select u Ira Partin Is growing iu grace aud re- ty in both the East and West Indies; and moreover, the banana Is jrround Into fAv mj Look at them. t tlmo and place for holding tho con- sults. There have been 35 or more the Senate will never consent to anything banauu tlour. Tho fruit to be sold for vention to nominate a Republican can- additions, including James II. Carter, else The disposition of the islands or the dessert is ripened by the dry warmth .! lor of (luring gas jets lu didate for Congress in this district. who, It is reported, 6ays he will never fo m of go vermeil t to be provided the .storage places says, can be determined after 111 which it is kept, und immense care :. sell another drop of liquor. Praise the them, he Tub hest kemedv von flux. due deliberation in the future. mi Lord. has to be'takeu to prevent softening or Mr. John Mathlas, a well known ESvHi3 Robert llelcomb, a teacher in Jackson Cool Wisconsin Resorts. -- The county, was perhaps fatally stabbed by oyerrlponlng. The island of Port Rico btock dealer of Pulaski, Ky., says: yields great crops of this useful and "After Buffering for over a week with Motion Route via Chicago is the proper one of his pupils. The boy had done some moneyraaklng fruit. FKK3II LINE OF- to line. Write E. II. Bacon, D. P. A., tlux, and my physician having failed thing wrong, when the teacher told him Tho Louisville Post has again been rellovo me, I was advised to try Cham- Motion Route, Louisville, for pamph- to cotuo to him. On his refusal to do so, taken In by the poetic contributor. Satberlain's Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea lets, rates and time tables for all re Helcome went to tho boy's seat, when the urday printed a poem ostensibly pruls-ln- g it Romedy, and havo the pleasure of stat- sorts In Wisconsin, Mlnucsota and latter drew his knife and stabbed Helcotue the Post but really an acrostic procInformation cheerfully ing that tho half of one bottlo cured Michigan. repeatedly though the bowels. laiming: "The Post Is a shameless Famo. For sale by Craig & Hooker, given and services of an agent to meet Col. Breckinridge appealed to Gov. kir." The samo wag some times ago all parties on arrival of trains at LouDruggists. Ilradley for the pardon of Joseph Adkins, worked otT on the Post a similar acrosisville and Chicago rendored free. slayer of Judge Combs of Perry County, tic reading, "Tho Post is a Sucker." Tho best houses in tho city of Manila The Hustonville fair offers a prize of and sentenced for life. Thoso who wish Owensboro Messenger. aro of stone and are haudscmo resiwin- $10 for the prettiest baby and a premium to remonstrate will bo heard Aug. 20. Putting a dummy baby Into a baby dences. Glass Is not used for tho The three per cent bonds recently issued carrluge and tumbling It over a bluff dows, which aro. glazed with translu- of $3 for tho ugliest man. The association Is evidently trying to Incite a riot. by the Goverment are now quoted at 101. just to hear a lot of women scream and cent oyster shells. luvestors are willing to give up more "take on," Is the Chicago Idea of a 72,000 tons of paper to make Louisville Times. Call And See Me. It takes joke. John Fuller, of Fleming county, than a year's intrest to get them. the postal cards used in tho United Tho weight of the Greenland whale killed a snake 11 feet In lougth that At New York Saturday there were 2S States eaco year. exweighed 41 pounds. It was after his prostrations from tho excessive heat, Is 100 tons, which Is equal to that of SS Tho powder mill at Troy, N. Y., elephunta or 440 bears. goslings at night. eight of which were fatal. ploded, killing one man. New Hustonville Fair, Three Fashioned Fair 1 j Beginning Wednesday, Aug. 10th. $1,500-0- j i IN j n. Liberal Premiums For Roadster For -- PREMIUMS. p, four-winge- d work-hous- e. Best Values Your JVJoey Buy. Telephone Gar? Mid-Seas- on two-third- s y, The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., P V WC lflffllll IU VVH YVA1N1 III JA1 x two-third- s 4l iwo-lhlr- n, work-hous- Meet Every Want In Shoes. CALDWELL & LANIER, U it J l I 1 1 li ' S ii to-da- y School Books, Tablets And Copy Books, Pens, Ink And School Supplies It well-know- t r n PENNY'S DRUG STORE. " i m lwlm ( Jj . i i 1 1 v Ii . v Sacrifice Sale of Clothing ! st ... shop-wor- Jus-sup- FRESH, CLEAN GOODS I I court-hous- e, chll-dro- '-J, I ' tau-nu- 1 NEED THE ROOM! I 5i I (I ii YOU WILL BE PLEASED. A H. 1 J. McROBERTS. .Jto -- A M Dry Goods, Groceries And Genral Merchandise. Every Thing Way Down. MARK HARDIN, - STANFORD. ndUaNHMWteMi' rJf-i- s MftT'sr -- i ff'1 rftfT-Tiiaft,n- f nr i m,,.B).irnn,Hn sn iiiiJ.i,rrfTi,.in . rr- fi;;si3..iy.TOri ,... , I The Glasgow News tells of the salo OLn last Issue told of pence over Mij. Gen. Wade will command the of 300 sheep on Barren river nt 2 to 2 jc. tures by the Spanish government division. F. F. Sandtdge sold for Oct. 1 de through the French Ambassador. The A private in a Southern regiment cabinet met aud agreed upon the de- at Mobile struck his captain In the livery 20 1,000 pound cattle at 4c AdAug. 2, 1S9S mands, but when tho Ambassador was face while resisting arrest for disord- vocate. Stanford. Ky.. In Mason county last week 130 sent for Saturday to receive them, he erly conduct the other day. Within 24 presented to the president credentials hours he was and was threshers were operating in a circuit of AV. P. WALTON. he had received from the Spanish gov on the way to a military prison to five miles. Sales of a lot of extra export cattle ernment appointing him Envoy Extra- serve n sentence of two years at hard at 4.S2i are noted in tho Winchester ordinary and Plenipotentiary, with labor. Democratic Nominee Tor Congress, power to speak ns Plenipotentiary for Great Britain has in commission at Democrat. HON. G. G. GILBERT, the government of Spain and with full tho present time o2 battle-shipW. D. Routt, of the Mllledgovllle IS ar instructions on every point at issue. mored cruisers, !0 protected cruisers section, lost a good mule by lightning Of Shelby County This changed the nspect of things and nnd 10 unprotected cru'ser", making In on the 20th. Samuel Dudderar sold to J. Y. RobWith open arms and with bands ne and the president ui&cusseil tho all 1S2 arguments against the possibil people of matter at great length. A modification ity of European interference in our inson a bunch of feeders for Oct. 1 deplaying American airs, tho livery at 4c. little trouble with Spain. Ponce, Port Rico, turned out in largo was consented to. Mid-Summ- er A crop of tobacco, a buggy and harThe concession was not given out, Mark-Dow- n Maj Gen. Merritt arrived at Manila welcome Gen. Miles and his numbers to army and tho prosperous city of 40,000 but it is said to relate entirely to tho Bay July 2." and assumed command of ness and a mule sold at auction in Cainhabitants was occupied, without the Philippines. Spain is to give up Cuba, the American troops ns soon a he had diz for So. 10. P. W. Carter sold to Hunan, of slightest resistance from any quarter, ceJe Port Rico to the United States, called on Dewev. The remainder of Since tills fate opened we have been taxed to our utmost to sorvo tho iiniuumo e Ludrones, possibly the Canaries his expedition was about four days bea lot of wethers at 3c and fled without firing the garrison having crowds in Attendance. We have added many new lines, new arrivals, new prloos. some lambs nt 4c. a gun. Local officials distributed cir- -i and some other possessions, besides a hind. By this time there are now L. Sharp, of Athens. Fayette county, Lower Prices have been nmde to tho end that the salo will he more Inviting thin advising the citizens to obey the j money indemnity. Whether we are to soldiers at Manila nnd Gen. Mei-ri- tt culars ncoal-tha- t had 4.i acres of wheat which averaged week than ever. says he will need them all. American commander and declaring' retain the Philippines or merely 40 bushels to the ncre. log station there is not known. An prosperity had come with his Gen. Shatter, to allay the fear of Stlgall Bros, bought of E. P. Woods nrtny. Gen. Wilson was made military answer Is not expected before today, the Spanish and foreign merchants of 30 mountain sheep at S3.2u and sold to assured the and the president and the French governor, but Gen. Miles Santiago, has cabled the President for that the local system would not,bassador, Cambon, are confident that authority to announce that the town F. P. Bishop four heifers at 3c. The improved corn prospects sent be disturbed for the present. Orders the terms will bo accepted and the war will not be turned over to the Cubans. that cereal down further at Chicago, were issued, however, releasing all po- - speedily terminated. If we were In this I ulomling Sale but that a siitliclent American force prisoners. The harbor at Ponco ing with any but the Spaniards there will bo retained there until the Island September selling as low as II3. John R. Gentry Is now a sire of is a snlendid one and all the troops will could be no doubt of the result, but Is pacified and n stable Government esWe will oiler in thU salo 1 lot of Straw LADIES' SHIRTWAISTS. standard speed, his son Patton having Miles in report- - we can't count on what they will do. be landed there. Gen. Hats foi men, worth 50c at 25c, tablished. 10 dozen latest Mvlo shirtwaist hist ing to the war department says that A Two linos of 50 and 75c Hats at U5c. Lieutenants H. J. Cochran and C. B. taken u record of 2:10, pacing, nt St. received. Will make a ' Louisville Times correspondent run on them at Joseph, Mo. is delightful and the coun the weather Willis, of Co. B., Col. Colson's regiSee our line of Trunks and Valiei). Howard-Bak- er feud be Mrs. Fister. of Fayette, raised 300 25c each. nml Vipnii l t ul. The n.ivv siys that the ts,. nn.nni-n CIa a and has raged ment nt Le.xlngton, wound up a spree bushels of onions to the acre and sold captured several prizes in the harbor, ' MILLINERY l From fir.t in jail, after disgracing themselves atn them at 60 cents per bushel, realizing Shoos witlh besides TO lighters, which were used to in the McCoy-is- h bawdy house and being ridden through 5100 on three acres of ground. last it has itself Ladies' opccinl heel Oxford 2J to 5, 60c, Beyond a slight skirm-- , land the troops. We can not a fiord to carry a Hatfield feud, the Howard-Turn- er war the town in a pollco wagon in the presTwenty-nin- e sheep introduced Into ladles' hat. We will otterover single Ladle.' heel Oxford 8 to S, 3Sc, after landing at Guanlcia, in which I ence of a gaping public, who were atthe 'entire Turner-Part- ln troubles the Australian colonics In 1TSS ar stock at cost. Lid ins' heel Tnn 2 to 51, 75c, the Spanish were driven back with four f 5a,,;,anthl Rowan and the county battles. tracted by their uniforms. now represented by 120,000,000 of the Minus Oxfords, 4o. killed and a number wounded, while Law.-oof the Second 11.60 hat now f 1, Private Will Amm-innwool sheep !.. bUll-. Men's Work Shoes, 75c, HMlr During all these mountain wars not less ww UUit .!. Jiinvasion ..w.wPort Rico than 250 men have been killed. A Arkansas, was killed nt Chickaraauga finest S. McGulre in the world. Jr., 51.2") hat now Tfic V. Men's l'incShoes Lace and Congrav, OSc and E. T. Pence, of hurt, Gen. Miles' practice at 51 hat now 50c, story is afloat that peace has at last while attending the target has been like marching through a A lot of ladles sailors 10c. the regimental range. He had been are back from Rockcastle, Jackson and been patched up, but it Is, probable just Clay counties where they bought about friendly country, Instead of one sup- a Men's bilk FiuHhcd Suspender, 15c, ctssaslon of hostilities for both sides detailed to keep the target while the 200 ewes, lambs and wether? at 2 to 3c. be hostile, so pronounced has posed to squad at practice were firing. During Men's extra heavy leather licit. 25c, to get good and ready for more war. W. J. Lowbrldge, of Lexington, been the welcome given. Ladies' Dross Skirts a period" of firing a red fiag is hoUted 52.50 buys a nice Cheviot Suit for mm by the squad as a warning to the men bought of John Marshall and J. II. Both tho Bradley and the or Ikijk, worth 5L 75c will buy a SI. 25 skirt, C. C. Wallace, chairman of the factions are bringing to bear attending the target. This Hag was up, Thorn of Fayette, ".",000 ouml- of 50c will buy a nice Duck Suit for boys Madison county republican committee, upon Collector John W. Yerkes to be but Law-o- n tl 10 will buy a 51 50 kirt, for some reason stuck his hemp from the '0,1 and 'l7 crops nt 51 00c will buy you a good Lustre Coat as 51 25 will buy a 51.73 skirt. is the latest to be "mentioned" for come a candidate for the republican head above the pit wiien a bullet pass- por 112 pounds. long n they lat. 3 left. SherltT Simmons, of Madison, sold congress In this district, which no re jnomination for governor, but theclever ed through his head, killing him Inhis growing crop of wheat early in the uublican will, let us pray, ever mis gentleman is shy, devilish shy. He stantly. spring at So cents to Covington, Arnold represent In congress again. The va- knows that lightning rarely strikes Gen. Miles reports from Ponce, Porto rious mentions of men for the ottice la twice In the same place and that next Rico, having evidently restored the & Bro., who resold it at l2. Thoro llattering to their vanity and does no year will not be a republican year in cable, that s of the people are were 1,200 bushols of it. stty- - the Regi-iteIf there isaghostof achance Kentuekv. harm, but overjoyed at the arrival of the army; 10 Dozen Xe?ifcco Iundeied, Collars ntul The Harrodsburg Democrat reports for a renubhean. Davison will be tho that the volunteers are surrendering sales of 15,000 bushels of wheat at 05 10 Do7en .oft Front, dotnohnbk Collar- -. and Cuffs. his halfj One of the foremost men of the lttth with arms and ammunition, and that nominee, notwithstanding 5 Dozen White Hmllo- -, Colored Itooni, now on sale at says S. hearted declination to make the race century closed an illustrious career the people are bringing in supplies. to ivc anu 2,000 inai jacrc i;mnn na Call for your CoiiM)t. A handfomc picture goes with every 1 10 bushols for a batter stored his or S5 purchase. again. Those who know Davison best when Bismarck, the Iron chancellor, The custom-hous- e already yielded price. Over 50,000 bushel are stored t has know that his present attitude in the breathed his last. His death occurred 314,000. Gen. Miles says the army will race is in keeping with the sly and at Friedricksruh Saturday night, aged be ready to move on San Juan as soon in town. This is the way a Inrmor keops offj The rea- - S3. He had done more for Germany ns the remaining forces have disem foxy bent of his disposition. the caterpillars; "I bore a hole In the son he gives for not wanting to run are than any man who ever lived and had barked. The Spanish are In full retreat thy sap, fill groundless. He is not in bad health, impressed his personality on Europe as and arc said to be burning plantations true deep enough to roach It up with sulphur and plug It up. The T. I). KVNLY, Manager. nor has he any business here or else- - no man had ever done before. and sacking villages. They arc accused sap takes It to every twig and the ttranJ) M,rtn at Pari, Carhsle, Mt where. He is anxious to be the repubof wreaking vengeance upon rlmg, Ilardstown, Law rnicebtirg, I lime nn.-i- VtwAillcs, Eminence, Georgetown, 1 imnn onnrlMnt nn.1 will niaka the race. ' IHE Louisville limes uys that but batants and maltreating the women caterpillars dlsappoar at once Frankfort Mauckport, lnd. Gen. Wheeler, "Old Fighting Joe,'1 never known a troe to be injured by it unless he is smart enough to see how for and children. Refugees are Hocking in- nnd have used it for yoars." the battle at Santiago might have re salted in a rout of our array. Speak to Ponce. AH tell of Spanish brutality The Hamllns have had throe great performers fall dead "in tholr tracks" A YELLOW fever expert having as- - ' low, Logan. This is a republican war BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. on the race course. Several years ago serted that champagne is absolutely and it is treason to give a Southerner, of that di- - especially an credit for necessary in the treatment Vina McDowel, a negro woman nt Midnight Chimes 2:HH. fell dead Inn race at Mystic Pnrk, Boston: in 1MH5 papers are rats so mucn or even anytmng. sease, the prohibition Shelbyville, is the mother of thirty-twintr tho iictin) linwl nnil trvinc to nrovn the great Nightingale 2:0'1 dropped children. Re- TiIH To The that stimulants of that character invite' tttarv tn ntrustee, I of the Houses of .11 .1 The National Linseed Oil Co., of dead whilo joirging at Louisville: nnd r. In At Mllln nI Chicago, with a capital of J1S,000,000, lastly, at tho recent Hartford meeting rather than repel the attack. The Milan Chimes 2:13?, fell dead In a heat. Vninn plfiitna tr hnrn thfi ntlthnritr of .1 little out tallc. ir they do not get to has failed. nhvsIMnn fn. tho stntoment that out of bl'slneS shortly, we shall cease to be The Bank of England estimates that e Excursions. The Chesix patients treated with alcohol four their apologist and turn them over to there are S05 tons of gold In circulation the tender mercies of the Courier Jour in the world. nnd Ohio Ry., will run the foapeaite died, while only one died out of 03 to e nal on whom it was not administered. NotChicago Is preparing to build a con llowing excursions to the dates named. The tickets will be good For withstanding this the best opinion veution and amusement hall to seat WAR TALK, going on regular train, to which nee. 27.000 people. seems to be that champagne i9 decidwill be attached. Two Kentucky, one Georgia, a Maryedly beneficial in the treatment of the Convicts in the Frankfort Penitcn essary sleeping cars on our soldiers is land and an Arkansas regiment are all tiary had n general fight and over 00 On July 10th and August 11th, to Atdisease whose attacks lantic City and Cape May, via Washmuch more to be dreaded than a Span- the Southern troops so far ordered to were celled for punishment. only 514.00 from ritles. the front. ish army with Tho Chicago papers, which have ington, round trip rate Lexington and correspondingly low A six month's cruise will decrease been selling for one cent n copy for 2j rates from other Central Kentucky J lore are a Few Attraction.-- , for tliih "Week THE souvenir edition of the Rich- -, the speed of a ahip lo per cent. This is years, have been raised to two. Only: point?. Tickets good 11 days returning. owing to the barnacles that form on a mond Climax isasplendldly Illustrated, passed an ordinance re- On July 2Sth, n round trip rate of 13. Louisa has finely printed, well written and acredlt; ebJp'd hull. quiring all persons in the lock-uto be The president must think the war is fed on bread and water. The marshal will be made toOldPolntComfort, Va., In every way to the city and county. It Tickets good going on regular trains is double the usual size and is printed over. He has engaged a suite of seven is subject to a 85 tine if he lets a prisnnd good returning 12 dnys. This is the ht on finely calendered book paper. A rooms in the Octagon Hotel ut oner have any thing else to eat or best time to visit Old Point, owing to for four weeks. picture of the stall with Clarence drink. the interesting mllltnry maneuvers. Gen. Grant's brigade, including the 18 Lbs. Finest Granulated Sugar for 1; 19 JJjs. Woods clipping Items from the Inte-kio- k While carrying a basket of dynamite Send name for sleeping car and ThirdKe ntucky, now at New home to blow up some stumps, David space In yourany Journal, one of his favorite pa First Information desired. or for Plantation Granulated Sugar for ?1. pers, shows a remarkably Intelligent' Port Xewa, may not leave for Porto Klnnamon, a farmer living near Wash- Geo. W. Barney, D. P. A. Lexington, forco-fro"Old Man Chenault" to the Rico until the last of next week. ington, Ind., stumped his toe and fell. Kentucky. Lion CoH'ee, the King of Package Collee, goes t. -devil, and is a compliment to the Inteinore is nooouy quite so prouu as The dynan.ite exploded and his head at 9c package. rior Journal that it fully and grate- the American girl whose best fellow is was blown off. DR. R. Pure Leal' Lard Slides at 7c a pound. fully appreciates. just back from Santiago with his nrm tunnel on the The Pleasant-Valle- y in a sling," says the Washington Post. Maysville and Lexington Division of Two packages White ftose Soda for 5c. Sicic and disheartened over his fail& Richard Harding Davis says the the L. & N. fell in and passengers and HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN ure to float the Blue Grass Blade, the Tinware at Katling Low Prices. SURGEON, freight had to be transferred at that old heathen, Charley Moore, says ho troops need plenty of tobacco. Spain Come early and come often. point for several days. Tho heavy rains would shuflle oil this mortal coil, but herself finds it hard to wage war withStanford, - - Kentucky. out any navy to back tier. Galveston caused the tunnel to cave in. for those dependent on him. We sus With great ceremony in the presence Ofllce over lllgglns k McKlnncy's Store. pect that Hamlet expresses his real News. Some men who talk bravely bf what of an immense concourse of people, reason in his famous soliloquy but we Hon. Alexander Ramsey, territorial 1898. Season hope the old heathen will not harken they would do If they faced the enemy J. W. ROUT, Manager. dogs if their wife hap governor, only survivor of the famous to such things and let conscience make act like whipped pens to catch them talking to another union war governors, ex.secretary of GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS Main Street, Interior Journal Unilding, Stanford, Ky. a coward of him. but go ahead with war and Suites senator, laid his rat killing and give the newspapers woman. Private William Huston, Company the cornerstone of Minnesota's new I with to announce Hint this nonulnr sum a big Item. mer resort will bo open for tho accommodaK, Second Kentucky Regiment, died capitol building in St Paul. , Sunday at the Loiter hospital of typhoid Dr. Irvine, who was to have officiated tion of guests. Senator Deuoe is in the First dis-trict trying to prevent a republican, fiver, making the third death in the at Martin Thorn's electrocution at Sing Sing yesterday, says he is tho most nomination for congress and to get his r.'glment so far. Rcduuod rates during tho flrt month. man of Wo regret to know that an effort is party to support una ueeves, tne popTor Information In regard to rntes, etc., - nddress ulist nominee for the office, with the being made to have Quartermaster the 20 that he has assisted in execuT. II. WRIGnT, understanding that the pops are to re- Mike Salter, of the 1st regiment, re- Lting. Thorn it will be remembered 21 Crab On'burd, Kv. killed and cut up Wm. Guldensuppe turn the favor in the gubernatorial race moved for incompetency. There's polunder the direction of Mrs. Nack, who oe itics or spite work in It evidently. next year. It is very natural for The Spanish cruiser Infanta Maria is serving a life term in the same to want to do this. He has a leaning to the pops any way as letters pro- Teresa Is being pumped out, and will prison. soon be floated and taken to Guantan-amduced in his race for Senator show. LAND AND STOCK. where she will bo overhauled Commodore Schley is as modest and thereafter fly tho American Hag. A Louisville firm shipped 20 cars of jLnzand generous as he is brave. In hie The close of tho war with Spain will potatoes to Port Rico. report he says: UI am glad that I had not leave the Government of tho UnitThe great, old campaigner, Jack, an opportunity to contribute in the ed States without occupation. It will 2:12, has been retired. least to a victory that seems big enough require a great deal of thinking to Vim and Vinegar is the name of a for us all." Thus far the man who adapt Cuba to the new order of things. In horse running at Chicago. Cool, Exhilarating, Restful. Music, deserves all the glory is in happy conAn order has been issued for the and Good Living. The 2:3011st bus already been intrast to Sampson's bombastic claims in sending of an additional entire army creased about 400 this year. For Terms addess. his 4th of July dispatch and shows the division of 15,000 men to Anoconda paced a winning heat in marked difference in the men. Gens. Miles and Brooke in Porto Rico. 2:01 at Cleveland, O., Friday. IGUS HOFMANN, Prop. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL THE - oourt-martlal- eu War mitb Spain i 4f s, Is Not In It With Our War On Prices. The liar-rodabur- g, At The Louisville Store. Sale 11,-00- 0 Am-may- or 11.00 Never Went as Far as Nov deal-lltlc- al n . " n . n, w..D-..- anti-Bra'd- ley - dn four-fifth- r. 25 Dozen Men's Shirts. i I The Louisville Store. , non-co- , ryntbi-.xnhethtuw- n. o I OTXEJE l,".u..uns. I LTamI 1 Sea-Shor- - -- Blue 6rass Store, Sea-shor- BARGAINS. Krag-Jorgens- on p Sea-brig- 25 Lbs. Fine New Orleans Caramel Sugar for $1. j m. PHGLPS, of Blue Grass Gro e ery, ex-Unit- i TXT2STE , 1898. self-possess- death-condeme- d GLASSWARE. Glassware. Most Any Thing You Want De-b- o, CRAB ORCHARD -- See Our 10c Counter of Glass Por 10c NOW OPEN. Amuse-men- u HIGGINS & McKINNBY. t V T A - - Mll Kllli I . B,: . m lTTn ! ?'P''fT'f ' y THE INTERIOR JOURNAL' Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Stapp were down Messrs. J. D. Wbaren and E. C. Found. A doctor's prescription Walton nre doing the Liberty court ca9e. Owner can get it by paying finde1' from Crab Orchard yesterday. They will open College Homo early it Sep$1 and for this notice. crowd. tember. Miss Lizzie Portman drew tho bi Aug. 2, 189S cycle rallied by Miss Callle Horton. It Lightning struck a tree back of The Glasgow News snys Judge J. L. Stanford, Ky., Mr. J. W. Rout's during the storm D. Gufly, of the Court of Appeals, is a was brand new and only cost her 5Sc. prospective candidate for tho republiMrs. Thomas McRoherts, of Dan- Thursday night and burned it up E. C. Walton', Business MANAor.n. ville, and Miss Julia Higglus, of Richcan nomination for governor. JUUOE BAILEY'S quarterly court Is mond, were guests of Mrs. Elizabeth in session with four or live contested Hlgglns. Having purchased the stock f V. II. Shanks, I shall continue the business at tho Tub best Is never too pood for cases, among the .'10 on the docket. FARM FOR SALE, woilr. '"'hat U the reunon wo D Mr. M. C. Millijr, of Austin, Texas, same place, and enrnest'y request a liberal share of your patronage. The stock in f l' lcTe, wll MMtuvil aii'l in ttnt' Hale of cmnlliT.i uro tne best goons only, fenny s uri; was down from Mt. Vernon yesterday. Him. I m tfxxl tarns, bwl. hand shall bo offered to you at the same ON court day. Aug. 8, at 10 a. m. I A om ami hay inm (in le U)Ut;lit i'ovpM(n Store. He has been in bad health, but Is kIvpii to mit n tinner Call on ur aJtlre, .1. C. will sell my household and kitchen fur- MiCLAlll, taninnl Ky greatly improved. PERSONAL WSOCIETYTOSSIP, niture, wagon, plows, harrow, harness, REV. B. C. HORTON and wife arrived ! Mits. Jok n. Hout is dangerously from Harriman, Tenn., to be present fee, at my residence- on Danville Ave. J. B. Higgins. And many articles even Less Than Cost until entirely disposed cf in order hick. at the marriage of their sister, Mtss to make room for an enti e new collection of Pit. J. n. OW3LUY wont to Louisville Nettle Hortou to Mr. James Oscar Summer shoes and gents' clothing All iKront Imvlng claim :ipnln.t the of Mr-- . Ellen Evan, docon-i-yesterday. uro Griseom, of Columbia. The wedding almost at your own price at J. P. pre-eto nt the anine John Hundkbn Is down with will bo at Mr. J. C. Horton's tomorrow Jones'. He will not handle clothing hereby notified propelonceiiroven and sworn &c- for 'ettlement. ly malarial fever. and Rev. Horton will oUlclato. to according to law. after the stock Is sold nnd he wants the It. (J EVAN:!. Admr.. Danville. Which I shol begin to receive immedinte'y. visiting relathnt tho C SH SYSTEM Mhs. T. J. TOTKH room tho shoes occupy. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. is bet for both buyer and seller, I shall do business strictly in that line, and believtives ut Hurriinan, Tenn. White Girls Wanted. ing I can plense you in each and every particular, I invite your inspection of my CiiAitt.n: Cohbn, of Versalllet, is "ADMIT one to the hanging of George GRIST mill for sale. Address Chits. stock. Morolnnd. Aug. 18, 150S. visiting Kobort Stephanson, Thursday. II. Trub, Uttenhelm. M. Owens, Sheriff.' is the way Tliiee lieurtv. healthv. practical, common Mil. V. G. ItANKY, of Danville, was Sam white GRKAT bargains In school tablets, tho tickets to the execution just dis- wni. Industrious year, glrlc, between tho uj to oo his friends Sonduy. for attendant at atret of 1" and :i0 in spcndiug n etc., at Craig fc Hooker's. Mies. T. L. Lll.LAitu tributed by the above ollicer read. the Eastern Kentucky Lunatic Asvlum. Lexington. The pay Is 31.1 to Sis per month, week nt Crab Orchard Springs. Imard and washlnjr, with the alrno't cerMaky Caktkh began her What you are looking for may be BOY Drowned. Prof. E. L. Grubbs tainty of an Increase of wnget by the tlrMiss N. B. I wish lo thank all uiy friends of this and adjoining counties for their on Severance & Sons's remnant counteoool at Crab Orchard Thureday. writes: A 1H year old Negro boy, nam- of October, of from c2 to ill jier month.- past favors and trade and heartily recommend to their patronage my friend and sucTho-- e cK'sIrliifr the places should muke aiMiss Unsstu Richakds, of Dan- ter. ed Arthur Higgins, was drowned while pucatiou at once to I)r Meelo ltalley, of cessor, .1. P. Jones, and bespeak for him a place in your confidence, ville, Is vUltlng the Misses Wrny. S. . Cooic caught a cat fish bathing in Mr. Znn. Tribble's small thN cltv, with reference Yours, W. II. SHANKS. Muss. H. M. Uallou, of Lnncnstor, out of Dlx river near Cook's Springs pond, at d:30 l M. Sunday. The pond ttpont several days with relatives here. Friday. had a lo foot well in it. EXECUTORS' SALE ! d, MlbS NANNKTTK HBATU, Of School supplies. Including a large The shake up in tho hotels throws is visiting Mrs. A. II. Severline of beautiful tablets at V. B. colored W. F. Atkins, the Ah exe utnrenf tlm l.ut will nt U'viit ance. WILLIAM SIIELTON, PRESIDENT. porter out, after having filled that po- ileiea'dl, we will, on Mits. II. 0. Camimikll, of Louisville, I sold under five sition with the Myers for 20 years and Wednesday, Aug. 31, 1898. Suwixu machine It, vUltlng her bister, Mrs. James years' guarantee for only ill at War- under live different proprietors, from sll t tin? hishe-- t Mild, rt lie farm, al.out two miles (.'uinmlne. non of whom he ever got a cross Irom luuulle, on the Ilvaiunt Hill luinpiLe, Full Course of Stuilv in Literature, Science, Music, Art and Elocution, under cul Kuukni:, the little child of Dr. and ren It Shanks. a'oiit wo d. tured antl experienced teachers .Mrs. W. S. Uonley, 1? very slek at PlNKEYK is very prevalont among Special attention given to Primary and Preparatory Hasse--- , 2x0 Acres Land. . Lancaster. Call nt the College and get a copy of our New Catalogue, or write for one to "MRS. IN putting the Gentry cars on the This place a.ljolm the farniKc.f.l (.. Caldwell, W T the horse hereabouts and some deaths The place ctmtaiut a r KoMiiviii, Dlt. It. M. I'HUM'S and J. It. Huh, have occurred from It. side truck at Crab Orchard yesterday dnelilt)):, and others. nod neceary oiitluuldin.. m NANNIL, S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal, Stanfotd, Ky. twotiarm Epq., spent several days of hist wotik in hUh cultivation, they were ditched, delaying No. i'i The Mil is fertile, lu aAlvi, attato ol tame time and tplendidl watered and the SIX per cent will be added to all city Richmond. hours. All the passengers had IOjh, thekillowlni! personalty T hnx.l unm and several taxes not paid on or bo 'ore August 1st. gotten out and nobody was hurt. Mr. imile lt. ft head ol fine work limits, 4 inillc cows CAMNJTX, of Huston-villMiss Buna and calvi. .11 head of flue hog, 60 arret of era in sjMjnt several day with Miss O. J. Xewland, collector. B.istln telephones us that 2J0 Gentrys I lie Held, H acres of hay in the stack, a lot of farm roekawaj, hugsj, household aod iiu Luclle Cooper. kl cliei furniture JUST what you want at last. Chase have arrived. held on it will D. A. S. Pkicb's ottlce is being it Sanborn's bulk roastod collee. Sole GOODE. The w'ife of W. R. Goodc, r Thesnf at ' lock, t m , the reuii-e- , and will sliarp. uu.t enlarged during his towr of the wot ngetits, Higgins A Mclvlnney. AVe Keep "the best" line of Hie land willle whl for cah, 1kmi In who wns Miss Julia Doolln, diod at her lui.it.' per tmiei ul tymermif oneand twojearf, and norlhwant. on deferred iwymetit- - from wilh Friday and da) ii cent interest prciitty will sold on The in)roiial GiLiiUKT Mits. T. M. GOOUiMflGliT has gone Button. Photographer home near Turner-'vllltrt lullowiog term- - buimof slo and umler, raah to be treated ntth E. H. Fox, of Danville, is getting out a was buriod in the Campbell burying In hand. over tlw, three months timewltlioiit Inter-cto Frankfort KI'IIUAIM III i.lll, instituui. button with a splendid picture of the ground Saturday after appropriate seriIMUi.i: llK.IlUh, grave by Eld. Ringo. She II lllCillf.. Julh.u T. L. SHIH.TON Jft this uomlng congressman, Gilbert, on it. vices at the -- the best' Paints, oils. VarnMie-- , Lend, C'oiors and Stains Al-- o FRESCItlPTIONS careT D l.iiKlixh Vtnlioner was about 10 yoars old and was an exmorning for l'auldlng, O., where ho Send U'c to him and got one. fully compounded from "the best" drugs obtainable. Your patronage Is always apprecellent christian woman. Besides a went to dispose of om town property. ciated and It will be our constant aim to sell 'tne " goods at reaonablo prices. The Confederate Veterans Associa- husband, three children survive. ?u2Lic :::.:, Cook, of ItBII) and J. A.NJ?. MISS tion will meet at Col. Wolch's office at HuBtonville, awl Tllden Cook, of 2 p. M. Saturday, Aug. fith. Business & Itole ( Irvull Court. Till! Gentry's in charge of Gen. W. spent Sunday at Mr. G. il. Coop of importance. Let nil members be II. Gentry, of Lexington, missed up to Tho.. Moltoborts. I'l.iliitlil. nhlti'-- J AV. er's. (utM. A.C . present. T. M. Goodknlght, Adjt. vUCrab Orchard Springs in two special WlM. S. IIockkk, who has Hy virtue of a judgment of the llole CirNo. 2"l yesterday. cuit Court In the above style") cii-renderltlng his grandparents, Mr. nwil Mrs. Tine meinbtrs of the Lincoln county cars attached to About 10 of them came from Missouri, ed t the JiinuHrj term." ImiT. thereof, I m Saturday to Kan-a- s K. Cobb, returned democnitle committee are requosted to Including a sister of Mrs. M. J. Miller. will, on m City. meet at Stanford nt - o'clock, V. M., (Jkoiuji! W. DKlJonn. Jit., has gone Monday, Aug. S county court day, for The representation is not as large as Monday, Aug. 81Ii, 1898, izy to iirodhead to practic with the band the transaction of lmortaut business. expected though there will bo some Hot ween 1 and o clock. i m.. or t. 2o0 of them to on Joy the reunion and (iH'tnir the tlr- -t day of the Augut at that pluco for th Itookcnstle coun- J. K. Cnrson, Chinn. to tho festivities of the week. Col. J. G. tet of the Lincoln County Court. ty Fair. it ml last bidder at public outcr FaKRIS A Hakdin now have churgo Craddock was with the crowd, It goes the lilpheil e J. II. Meier and door In the town of beforo the Vi. Hamilton. Mmiford, Ivy., the follonlng described propNnjKjIoon l'arson UH)k advantage of of the two Main Strout hotuis. Mr. sv. without saying. erty, viz: the choap rate Sunday ami want to G. Huffman and famiiy, of the Myers Not as Bu; as Gkandpa. Mr. House, having moved to their home on Two Tracts of Land, Cincinnati. Wm. Gooch has a grandson who llvos Of the Summer Season finds us Streot yesterday. Mrs. Mlst'uttA MBRSHON, the pretty Hast Mainwill see to tho cuiiniary Pnt-tl- e In Garrard, and who is a son of David situate In Lincoln county. Ky , and bounddeHays follow: ed daughter of Mr. J. II. Mershon. A. Duddernr, who gives promise of be Flrt Tract and 1 or on tho Mile- of clerkship in Mr. J. I. Jones' partment of tho Myers House, which ing a dwarf. He is seven years otd, Crab Orchard lle Ituntvnear both town of m a means that it will be woll managed. Wllderne-- s turnpike ro.id. mil adloln-- . dry goods store. only 'HI inches tall and weighs but .'11 the laud of Mrs. Karris, II. 11. IlroiuiU;h. the Missbs Amubosia Thomas and the Sam Kmbry, Jr., will he oierK. jjounds. The youngster's grandparents CharlfH Ail.itii". and Geo. Jumna' heir. li- - 5! W. lancK Inherited little beauty, Blloe Womnek, who, COMl'ItOMISKU President J. S. were large people, two of them weigh- clttdlncher, Jacoti uue-- by J.nnd tiue-- t from in t, fat containing havo been vUltlng Mr?. W. U. Mcltob-erts- Hooker has compromised with the town ing 22.) each, and his parents are of iiiHiut acre-.- . Louisville yesterday. returned to second Tract Itelnp the land conveyed for ?l,:i50 In full for all the taxes, ordinary size. He Is a bright little Look at our On Summer Goods W. GutM by the Master Com'r of the Mlt. AND MKS. J. S. OWSI.BY, Jit , year, against the First fellow and seems to make up in brains to J. this l.lnco'n Circuit tYiitrt, on behalf of l'.irrN' and Miss Kliaboth MeKlwain, Mr. and National Bank and agreed with the what he lacks in size. mudi heirs, and containing 45 acre- or a of aid lnnd :i may be necessary to pay or Mrs. V. C. Shanks and Miss Anne II. council that for the next live years Its J2.sl0. Shanks went up to Crab Orchard assessment shall be at the rate of 0 SOME McKinney men were here yes raNo the sum ofwill be made on a credit of 28 Teiimo. sale a picked six mid 12 months, cipial payments, and tho Springs Saturday to spend a week. eents on the $1. The Farmers Bank terday and told us that with bond, Mlt. V. G. LacKKV, a rising young & Trust Co. havo Lot agreed on the up nine, Including George Alford and purchaser will be required to execute under- with approved surety, payable to the t, Dr. RoBards, went to Hustin llleaud signed, wiving roreo uiui eneci 01 a of St. Louis, and a former lawyer compromise. Lace Stripe Dimities at Gc, former price 10c. A visit to our Rem- and bearing Interest from day of sale In the Hardin Collegiate Instidid up the club there that has been nam Counter means Money Saving to You. THK Lincoln County National Bank, practicing all summer, bv a score of 11 until paid, at six per cent . per minimi, and tute, is here on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. addiwith lien retained on tho property which is to succeed tho Farmers Bank to '!. Johnson and Lyons was their tional security for the pament tiiereof. J. S. Grimes. Elirabothtown News. chas. c. rox, who ha A-- Trust Co. was organized Saturday battery, while Camnltz and Dinwiddle Mits. Julia CitAic Dunn, Master Com- -. Itovlo CIr. Court. been teaching near Little Hock, with a capital of $100,000. The direc- pitched and caught for tiio Huston-vllle- s. They say that tho defeat made Ark., arrived Friday to visit relatives tors of tho old will be directors of the She Is looking splendidly and its new bank with the exception of Messrs. Dinwiddle (A. B. C.) so sick that he here. is ovident that the West agrees with J. J. Williams and Wm. Gooch, who has been In bed ever since and all the TA1WES BROS., McKIKSST. could not be present and who will rest of the club are more or less Indisher. Tin: Presbyterian church has given doubtless be chosen again when the posed. Rev. S. M. Uankln a month's leave of regular election comes. KA GOGGIN. Wo did not learn till a day absence and ho and Mrs. Rankin left fn" report that Win- - or two ago of tho death of Mr. W. F. Not Dead. The CV yesterday for Greensboro, N. C, to c fred Barnett. son of Mr. Brent Bar- - Goggln, of Pulaski, which occurred spend a portion of the with their parnett, and nephew of Mrs. T. D. New-lau- week beforo last from paralysis, In the . ents. . was killed in the battle of Santi- Goth year of his ago. Judge Alcorn, en SHANKS, of the Richmond -i Mil. Milo ? a CO o was hero Friday to see ago, proves happily untrue. Ho be- whose niece he married, tqlls us that Pantagraph, (1th New York regiment ho was cashier of the first bank ever er i 5' 3 Congressman Davison, but missed him. longs to tho and wus in the thickest of tho light, started in Stanford, the old Deposit He informed us that lie wanted no but merely wished to Interview which he says was terrific, but he Bank, and that ho married Miss Kate dldc't get a scratch, so he writes to Higgins, a half sister of Mr. Tim W. r the congressman. LaSlkyIiiw been made Thomas Nowland from Santiago under Hlgglns, and tho daughter of the MissSusik A. S. a recent dute. Into Rev. John S. Hlgglns. He was . private- secretary to with headquarters at Shocked. Capt. B. F. Powell is in also a brother of Miss Amanda Goggln Baldwin mJ,m 3 Sho begun work Iramedl receipt of sad news from his son, Quit- and Mrs. T. M. Ponnlngton,the latter at ntoly on her return from a visit to rein man, who went to Texas some six the point of death at Mlddlesboro. Mr. months ago to live. He was getting Goggln leaves five children, ono of tlvcs at Galveston, Texas. of Dr. John Mason over a wlro fonco when lightning whom married Judge James Denton, of A FINE picture Iron Fence. struck near by atid ho was knocked Somerset. Ho was a line old gentleman "Williams, formerly of Stanford, Cypress Shingles. Ho sensolesa. Tho young man doesn't and many friends here will regret to Sundav's Couricr-Journn- l. been commissioned a Burgeon in know how long ho lay unconscious, but hear that he is no more. has ( the volunteer army and has pone to thinks it must have been some time. The water and light contract Is still assignment. He is still In a precarious condition Newport Nows for We nre now preiarcl to fill orders for the bet of In abeyance, with only $120 difference Mits. Cait. W. B. Penny returned with ono side entiroly helpless. both for domestic and threshing iuriosej. Metal Roofing-between the council nnd tho company. Coalsalso We irom Knoxvillo Sunday morning where Mill "Work. Declared Insane. W. T. Dodd, a At the meeting Friday Mr. Hundley Taic In Sscaanje for Coal C:ra aad Eaj, she spent a week with her huBband at n citizen of McKinney, was moved to offer tho company $11,000 for tlt - 1.An AAnilnntl fl1 II ml fit llSft I nWOli Camp Wilder. Sho was the recipient declared insane by Judge Bailey's cou"r t wnter and lights for tllO tOWU and tne u,h Vtiee. faeeuiUforelarlncin jour ;, Winter I'Kl 1MN. AKNE of much attention from her husband's iupply. .... .n uu t.vi n.in.llnvnml Hnnt i iei0iiiion8 41. .ear i'ejoi, otaniora (wl company as well as from the entire Oth yesterday and taken to tho Lexington voio Biauuiuf, anu siono against, uv. Asylum by Deputy W. T. Saunders. for and Elmore regiment Sho tells us that that regiof tho Wnter & Ho does not look at all like a crazy Peyton, H?ouse, ment, Col. Lawrence D. Tyson, comfor some timo he has acted Light Co., not voting and Mr. Straub manding, moved to Chickamauga Park man, but Crab Orchard, Ky. erratic. He was engaged in the ma- being absent, Mayor Menefee satd he tho day before she loft. proposition, but We will store wheat at a less price than you can store of this chine business and would mako orders would vote against the Miss Florence Myers, I am and have been for two months locapeople who had not bought and try said it might be withdrawn If tho movcounty, received with Misses Annie for All who stored last year made money. Also dcKt, pay for things they had er wished to do so and It wad done. Tho ted near tho House. having In possession tho it voursclf. I havo heretofore made Vanderpool Phelps and Waddle, of Som- to make others and Mlnva gotten. His latest craze was to regular meeting will be held Thursday no announcement nor solicited patronage will either buy, store or sell you sacksto store. Call and erset, at tho elegant party given by not I havo had to glvo things about thohoubo - start a livery stable and ho was trying night, when It Is hoped that the matter u Thinking Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Phelps, of Madisatisfactorily settled. With u general overhauling.able to glvo this work sec us. buy all the horses and vehicles in will bo sutllclently done to bo son county, to their daughter and Miss to thn rountrv. His wife llnnllv "0t nfraid three of the members of tho council accommodations. I now solicit tho patronWaddle. Moro than 100 guests enjoyed age of tho public, assuring them that espeto stay with him and the proceedings directly or Indirectly connected with cial attention will bo given them, t.0 as to the evening, which was further Ho had a sister the works, tho company will certainly niiiko them pleasant lu every possible wny. by dancing to music furnished against him resulted. 3S A. M. LAMUEKT. Qlvo ub call. get full justice, wo should think. loee her mind. also to by Saxton. 3 - ATTENTION, PLEASE! Dry Goods, Notions Boots and Shoes, 4 ' ,ffl! ilwt-llirn- i 11 -- Ai-l- NOTICE d. nt 1 t.'i-- St J. P. JONES. -t m ItlCll-uton- well-know- n Stanford Female College. llti.-li- Next Session Will Open September 5th. i of -- T e, ilen-11- 4, 1 1 Our Motto: "The Best." I -- one-thir- d e CM-omt- (! I l. Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, be-t- .1 Dan-vill- mmmi'i e, t CRAIG HOOKER. bn Ih-fts- . e. '1 theren-ulMHi- 111 Winding lip ! Court-Hou- ha-tak- en 11 -- - 8 Grinding Out Prices I hi-- , ing -- New Lawns At 4 Cts. SEVERANCE A SOWS. pro-fov- or jiwu-meti- $ 41-- 2t THE CYCLONE. I mw:Mmmwmmmmwmmm:m d, of-fic- o, Road-Mast- er Eliza-bethtow- n. np-n.nr- ain Wire Nails. 2c Horse Shoes, 3c. Large Bottle Bluing', 5c 3 Lbs. Best 5 10c Soda, Good Broom, 10c Wat'r Bu'k't, 10c Putnam Horse Shoe Nails, 20c $T OOAL! CO AL! A.C.S1NEJ STANFORD, 3$t a s KY. . well-Know- st&r . 1 """j N $1 Vanderpool Bret-cla- ss en-han- sed J. H. BAUGHMAN A CO. - "V 'I'"'.' v -- t ' "ir ' ,. m" ' gi only unbelievers In n God.manufactured tit miction on SATLMllUY. OCT. I, ISIH. u by man; and are believers lu a God, who Farm of 87 I 2 Acros. comes nearer the reality, though not On Hanging l'ork ono mile from Iluotmi-Wilin found In Orthodox creeds and Symbols. viiif on tho stanrotu ihm' It Is nrowd. with homo of rlclit rooms, nil tho This paper Is written, especially for nwi'iirv outhou-o- t, well wittered nnd un such, with a depth of nympat.iy that I derjrooif fitu'i. Snle Is fur the purjio.o of .ten. Ed.) u satisfactory division. Wrlto to tiny of Iho can find no words to express; and I beg Why is It, that what many esteem tindursilcnt'd'fot further particulars or cull I can fully enter them to bellevo that on or tiildross J. Y. Iru t lltistoiivllle, the word of God; on which depends our into Ky. difficulties, since I have felt eternal destiny; where ambiguity is themtheirmyself, in time past, though, Every nerfon. tnnle or frmnlr. nhrlnV. nair, nuu pives nn aininiiant anil kiosst j. w. nrve. .Mrs. j r Tiddler. Mrs. Knto SKLfedl all TIME It. Terhunu null Mrs. U C Ilindlev. from baldness. It adds to the appearance growth. Those ulio ure threatened with most out of place; and where Divine of age and i a serious discomfort. The approaching balducss will be lutcrestid now, happily delivered by the means I compassion, addressing itself to the case are rare when the (ailing out of the In the following voluntary statement. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. am about to indicate. I cau recognlzo hair may not be stopped, and a new and uiHuc JT. miserable and helpless, might be sup- the validity of healthy growth of the hair promoted The Iowa, iiv Aiutrrann s. j. ureeu, ol Spencer, lie writes: their perplexities, while hair grow In the scalp like a plant In the posed to wear its gentlest mien; yet at l:OS a. m. No. 5 Arrrtvcsnt Stanford toil. K a plant flourishes, it must hae "About four months ago, my hair comyet believing there Is an honest way Undertaker, 2:10 a. M. Stanford at No. 4 constant attention: it mutt he watered menced falling out so rapidly that I comes to us, in forbidding and repulKentucky No. 21 Arrives at Kowland at 12:00 da. out of them. regularly nnd find Its food In the noil became alarmed, and being recommended Hustonville, - - 3:40 P. M. and ever in obscursive garb No.'..! Loaves Stanford at where It it rooted. It's to with the hair Dr. Ayer's Hair Vigor by a druggist, I This then, is an honest ell'ort, howevNeglect la usually the beginning of hold, revolved to try this preparation. have ity, so dense, that the wisest are puzor West Lincoln Offers ulssmlces to the nets. Dandruff is Allowed to thicken on been now tislnj; It for three mouths, and er feeble and unsatisfactory it may ind Cay counties lull stock ol offintaud the scalp. The hair begins to loo.cu. The nm much gratified to find that my hair has zled to make out Its meaning. For even KNOXVILLE DIVISION. censcalp loses its vitality. The hair, hand seem to some, to grapple with the eased falling out and also that hair which 9a when the light breaks through the D. S. Carpenter. Msnsr. nourished, begins to fade and to had been turning gray for the past Ave tral dllllculty that tries many upright fall. The Instant need lu such a case is years has been restored to Its orlclual ..12 37 p ra clouds, at Intervals, it soon goes out, 24 Train going North No. some practical preparation which, sup. color, dark brown It gives me much souls so sorely. It essays to answer .. 'J 41 a ui " " No. 20 " plyiug the needed nourishment to the ; pleasure to recommend tills dressing." ..12 43 a m and darkness hides it, as the night the " outh No. 25 " scalp, will feed the hair, give it strength. S.J. Gur.n.v, Aldcrtunu, Spencer, Iowa, but seldomed answered those .. 1 27 p in day, leaving us to grope again. No. 23 " and so produce a stroug nnd healthy questions that so seriously Impeach the growth. All this is done by l)r Ayer . For allirolnts. Those who nre Interested In preserving This Is the question of questions, still Louisville Ky., the hair wn well to nir iKur, inc raosi oracticsl and vaiui send for Dr. Ayer's Curebook, do story of character of the Blessed God, aud SOLD. KO'JGII TICKETS ble preparation for the hair that cuit be 'nnu ueauiiiviiiz A to the satisfaction of unanswered obtained. ii tones up the scalp iloes .hi iy cures toiii iiv the cured. This book of loo to ignore, or lazily is HAOOAOE CHECKED THKOUGH. AMERICAN & EUROPEAN thoughtful men; and which, unanswer- which it criminal with dandruff, stops the hair from falling pages Is sent free on request, by the J. C For any Information enquire o! put away with the easily repeated but restores the original color to grav fiil.l VvrrCo.. Lowell. Mass. ed, will always be the stronghold of 5 misplaced Scripture: "What we know JOE S. RICE, Agent, Ky. scepticism. I pity the one who can Stanford, now, we shall know hereafter." The Ladies Kcntnurant Is the tlnct in approach such a topic lightly, or au- - not the city. Every convenience for ladies In trying to settle so important and swer, carelessly, tho burning query FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. apeiuling the day in lite city. far reaching a subject, It behooves us to UenllciK-nCnfc on otllco lloor. that, at this moment, Is wrecking the feel one way, cautiously, along the line Trains leave Frankfort at CM a. M. and J P. t., faith of thousands within the church's connecting at Georgetown with tj. A C. and of known facts, and not get lost in a THOMAS A. MULLICAN, Paris at 8:40 A. M. and S: 10 p. l. Leave Paris fold; and confirming the unbelief of fancies, however at m., connectln? Manager. at:20 a. it. andC.R:) P.reaching r raukiort at 11. myriads who stand without, and will jungle of speculative and with Q. A attractive and dazzling they may be. Music Tueiilnv.ThuM.Uy and Sunday " 'nd7:2JOSEWI It. NEWTON. A. O. P. A. not enter till their doubts are, in weas Kvenlnw. I think that the root dllllculty, in es ure, at least, solved. Whoever can timating the form of the Bible, arises throw the least authoritative light on from the assumption that the Scriptures QUEEN & CRESCENT. SUMMER TOl'RS this dark subject, is a benefactor of his as we have them are in the best possiTrains pass Junction City as follows: race. I would fain be helpful to my ble shape; and that shape the one se4 11 p m 12 02 p in No. 2 North No. 1 South fellows, and, moved by this desire, I 1149 am "4 " No.S lected by infinite wisdom, as best, In ?"w will tell as plainly as I cau, what has lSlpm No. 5 " lllSam " 6 " ' TO Tin. making communication with man, for Out of suits thfit con from $10 to 512. Call at once and get first choice n tliee No. 9 " ...... 8 05 pm "10 " . 600am Goods will not last long at the price. stops only for pissen- - helped me, unspeakably, since first man's goods: and perfectly approved by No. does not stop. No. 2 Mountains, Lakes and Seashore. from South of Somerset 9 and 10 run no Turthe clue to the mystery dawned on God, their Author. Certainly this ner than Junction City and 5 and 6 only to me, in reading my Bible; and what now to t'ut ereet, Slvelal Low IUtrtIU' In recognized as true by the Crab Orchard, Ky. Lrle, Uke C'hautau.us. Ms liar, llsn'l ol grows clearer and clearer, with every of the Bible, furnishes the IlioiuanJ lUtul ara lain, U'tint lller, defenders Groive. Nr LllgUnil lErviltt. thought on the clouded subject. t.llmiulirki. -vulnerable point of attack by sceptics, To th (Ural UVr. via tlrttlan.). anJmVv. Let me, first, state the issue between in all asroa. But for this fatal admis Ml Oriu.in, Wnt J n Itnllr MUkltfsn llarNir To the North.t Ma. Vinac aiiJ Kr.rt To the contending parties, as impartially sion, MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. publishs of the books fur rati, ii,t-- t iaM lul aril lhla tuiiles. lime of train, ami full arlt ulstt, s)ly lu : Kentucky. as I can. Both have honest grievances ed by an infidel press would be waste or adJifu, i hl Tl any atvnX Hi" to be respected. Personally, I am, paper. W AltllKS J. LY.M II, I. O. MtCOUMU K Newly furnished; clean beds; splenthd heartily, on the believing side of the Am. imi l ATkt. Aijt. I'a.s Trartt. M.--r I think It can be shown that this as Porters controversy. I am a christian an old tlSUNNATI ) table. Everything unwarranted,! sumption Is thoroughly 89 meet all trains. fashioned one by steadfast and joyous and, moreover, thoroughly dishonoring conviction: and I believe In the Bible to the Blessed God. If this can be made A. S. PRICE, "from cover to cover'" clear, it will help us, wonderfully, In Burgeon But, just for that reason, If for no disentangling the complications that, Dentist, other, I have no right to evade the like an almost Impenetrable under plain questions, sceptics ask, as is so growth, hinder the right understandStanford, Ky. persistently done. The Bible requires ing of the Bible. Office OTer McRoberts' Drug Storo In thelJOwaley me, in set terms, to "give a reason for We may, fairly, uremlse, as axiomat- Self-Foldin-gBuilding. the hope that Is in me," and it does not ic, In pursuing this line of thought, lessen ray responsibility, one whit, that that' "God in Nature," is exactly the OP BROOKLYN. the questions are asked by open cavil- same as "God in Grace;' because, belers, so long as they are queries that ing "Jehovah, not," as Ho TINNING & PLUMBING, ought to be answered, in the interests declares. This He changes unity of the : unalterable of Truth. Godhead Is formulated in the first creed STANFORD, KY., For example, it Is perfectly fair, in of Scrinture. "Hear O Iseral; the Co., oi Scotland. Is now prepared to do nil kinds of Plumbing and Tlnnlnp. Solo proprietors of Dean's them, to ask, whether the Bible really Lord your God Is One God." Not one KOUNDliD 1HOO. Black Diamond Hoof Paint. Telephone No. teaches that a Holy God is responsible, in Person, for that is tripartite, as all Shop on Mill St.. oppslte J. by 20. residence. command or permission, for the rob Christendom asserts; but One In Nature Mill . BauRhman & Co." bery of the Egyptians, the slaughter and attribute; ever the same: not one of the Canaanites old and young; tho thing here, and another there; but, as hTAMOKI KY. cruel mutilation of dumb brutes; and the New Testament has it "tho same JX-JtfcCkAY the drowning of a world full of His yesterday, and forever." Rabbi W i? offer a nren turps sinful find innocent in on Ben Oltel savs: "Achad, translated C. wild, indiscriminate deluge of His 'one' (Deut. vi:4) Is not one, numericwrath. Either the Bible teaches these ally, as generally supposed, for horrors as emanating from a sovereign ACHDUTH, which is an abstract word The God, or it does not. If it does, we ought having close atllnlty to achad, means To clo.se up the season. All we ask is to give us a call. OnKsittt not to evade the confession of the facts, fellowship the opposite to "one," nuStanford, Ky., but should glory in them, however merically." mysterious, as the righteous actions of a Our God's revelation of Himself, in Aud Is Receiving liiH good God; and not preserve a suspicious Nature, must therefore agree with His silence on the subject, when broached manifestation of Himself in His writYt'lutcr Goods. by others. If, on the other hand, the ten word. If He is obscurely seen In Bible does not teach thus, we ought to one, so in the other, and vice versa. Goods Warranted. repudiate these acts with loathing and Now I ask any candid person this LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, Fit Guaranteed. disgust; deny them as slanders against question: "Is God, as revealed In NaAnd Dealer in Give Him a Call. Oilers instruction in Agriculture, Mechanical Jlnginccriiiff. Electrical Engineering, our God; and, on all occasions, try to ture, transparently clear, or do 'clouds Civil Engineering, three lino,, of Scientific Study, viz Mathematical, Hiologlc.il nnd EAE2TESS, SADDLERY, &C. convince others that the Lord is too and darkness' hover about him?" To Chemical, Classics and 1'edagogy, each of which lead to a degree. Twentv-Eiggood to do such things. Silence, In ei- ask the question is to answer it. "Na- Professors and .WUtants. Laboratories and large nnd well equipped. STANFORD. KY. Co ther case, Is criminal. For whether ture red in tooth and claw:" the strong County appointees receive free tuition, matriculation, fuel and ligts and room rent. Farmers Traveling e.xpeifecs alo given to appointees who remain tho full collegiate veur. 'yea' or "nay" be true, all can see oppressing the weak; wrong triumphHoard in dormitories flVJo per week, in OK STASrOUli, XV. that the cause of sound morality; of ing over right: these are some of the form, hooks and washing need not exceed private intnilies f'2 30 to J3, Hoard, uni1120 per year. right and wrong; of truth and error, Is mists of earth, through which the $200,000 00 Paid up Capital, Fall Term begins socond Tuosday in Soptombor. THE inextricably bound up In the answer, character of the Good God must shine 17,603 80 Surplus, Preliminary Exnminitions llrst Monday in September rm nnii'Q If God be not responsible for these to reach us. In these the sceptic enFor catalogues and other information apply to Ll) Ily proTlflons of ill rtmtrr, si s I'll dreadful atrocities, then, it is fully intrenches himself, and denies that suhallonal ale JAMES K. PATTERSON, Pli. D., L. L. I Pros. fully rulMtel attwin,;iUiiitnrs lu lritors lUnki, In some co- perintending goodness; that beuellcent cumbent on us, to explain. heM Indlrldualljr 1IM to it ttiarrliolilors tlierxtrut oftlie aiuuunlof tlitlr.lmk tlirrdti at I'EXETUATES herent way, as best we can, the reason providential oversight and direction, the ar raliir tliriMjf, lusllllloii to tlieamoiiut lu such tlurev It uujr act as urcutor, sJ. why the plainest, a fully a. an liullriilual. iultilsttBtur,truttt-f,AEIGHT GREAT STATES and, Scripture asserts, inway, that the which the church a Hiring and unbelievKm most unequivocal Tvniirrlnicour thank, to tlimo who harp entrust ers denv. In many a bulky volume. ill continue nl their btulrit-- it ui. - trust Kentuckv, TVnnessep. Virginia, Georgia, Lord did do all these dreadful things, These attacks and defenses; these totloso, ami vrotlor at a Kiurunti for prompt at North ami South Carolina, '.'0 )t'r' necrlmrn In dank. teutloii to uiiieotir with otjiers, of like character, too nu "alarums and excursions," of sceptic f Alubama, MNtUslppl. Inland at liiwralaccoiuiuudallous a. am tonildcot merous to mention. All of which are and believer, would have no meaning, with sound banliutf. DIRKCTOM. so diabolically bad, that apart from the if the "Book of Nature" were simple Mt. Vfrnon; Sleeping J.J. Williams, II. Cutuiiiius, I'rraclirrtTllle; mention of God's name as the Author and easy to read. W. pyM-J. II. Uwsltr, or permissive cause of them; taken as J S Owslcr.Sr., Is everything wo meet In our dally Between Louisville anc' the South. S. II. Shanks, William (loocli, simple actions, having a moral charac- walks, as God wishes it to be? Is His t J. Kiiihrr, J. V. Cait, A W Carnter J. i:. I.jrnu, ter, we should without a moment's hes- holy "Will done It Is J. N. Mtuvfce. THREE DAILY TRAINS itation, brand them as infamous, cruel, heaven?" If so, on earth, as He com-in-! orriCKKS. why should S. II, Shanks. IWdeut; Each way between Louisville and Lexington fiendish and ubotnlnably bad. It is vain mand us to pray that it may so be done? , J 0ler Cashltr, Ilrlght ellsr W M. to "set the battle In array," and attack V. A. TUKK, G. P. A.. wouiil lie om us ass ior a muig al- while this ready accomplished? Wablilagtoii. D. C. , easily captured outworks, W. II. TAVLOE, A. G.'V. A. unassailed stronghold of unbelief afFIRST NATIONAL BANK (TO HE CONTINUED.) Louisville, Ky fords a safe shelter for the whole brood OK STAXFOKD, KY. of scepticism, call them Agnostic, About one month ago my child, via the Queen & Crescent Route from all points Atheist, Deist, Rationalist what you which Is fifteen months old, had an atwill. south, to the Surplus, $15,750 Capital Stock $100,000. j tack of diarrhoea accompanied by vomAll aro not alike, I am glad to think. iting. I gave itsuch remedies as are us Attention ot the public Is called to the (act that Some, and not a few, will welcome any this Is the only National Hank- in Stanford. UnTrans-Mississip- pi ually given In such cases, but as nothing j way of escape from the "Valley of der the proTlklous ot the National Hank Act L'ave relief, we sent for a physician depoxlton are secured not only Iiv the capital stock, Achor," if only It is a fairly reasonable and was hut by tha stockholders' liability (or uli atnuunt Exposition, Omaha, June ist. it under his care for a week. equaltu the stock so that depooliorsof tliln Institu"door of hope." Others there are, I had been sick tion ate secured by a fund ol i.1.0,ooo. Tire sworn the child grieve to think, who only care to "make At this time days ana was having about statements ot the condition ol the Hank are made for about 10 each year to the United States (ioTeruinent and its polntd" against a hated christian faith. 2o assets are examined at stated times by icovernniepl operations of the bowels every 12 a.'etits, thus securing additional and pertect sale!. To these, this paper will do no good. International Meeting. Buffalo, July todeiHtaltors. und we were convinced that unThis Institution origlnslly established as the Tho heart is bad; and what can one do hours, soon obtained relief It would hot less It posit Hank of Stanford ui l&U, then reorganised as Route to with organic heart disease? It is fatal, live. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera the National Hank of Stanford in 1S05 andnjjalD reorganized as tho First National Hank of Stanford sooner or later, and quite beyond the lu Isii, has had practically an uninterrupted exist, Remedy was reccomend-ed- , and Diarrhoea ence for 35 years. It is better supplied now reach of medication to ell'ect a cure. Conclave, Indianapolis, August and I decided to try It. I soon nottor trausadlnir business promptly aud lib Some, unjustly "lump" all sceptics erally than brer Iwforoln Its long aud honorable iced a change for tho better; by Its career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, Arms under one category; dismissing all, to- continued use a complete euro was a&d Individuals solicited. gether, as "Infidels," on the down brought about and it Is now perfectly DIKKCTORJ. grade, to hell. The writer has seen . 1.1... I T F. Held, Lincoln Co.: J. W. Hayden, Stanford Cincinnati, O., September Vio, 1898. C...nnn "Ml S. II. Ilaughmau, " S.T. Harris, " enough of his fellow-meduring a .t- - ' .. T Hill, 'W "r J. S. Hocker, ' IV. ail In. Pralif " Ask ticket Agents for particulars or apply to W. I'. Walton ' W. A. Tribute, long life and ministry, to enable him to Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. Hocker, Druggists. J.H.Colller.Crab W. C. Rinearson, Q. P. A., Cincinnati, O., for free discriminate between "the things that M, D.KIuiore, staufoni. Books, ilaps, Printed Matter, Time Tables, Rates ITrank J. Reed, G. P. A., Chiaago. orricsas. dirt'er," and to 'separate," In measure, John Fox Jr., tho Kentucky novelist, J S. Hocker, President; J. J. Mcltoberts Casalt E. II. Bacon, P. P. A., Loulivllle, Ky 'tho precious from tho vile. It A ...I l,l Cnd full laformaUon. now in Cuba Is ill at SIboney. A. A, McKlnney,A.lstautCastiier. -- AT- THE FORM OF HOLY SCRIPTURE. THE INTERIORJOURNAL (Beginning below we will glvo In the next several issues of this paper the first chapters of the book written by Rev. Georgo O. Barnes in the tt.a.iS"rtd.B.v u.llJ.i'a.oeAa3a face of death from cancer, which prayA.X)VV2COE er and tha fulfillment of a promise, $2 PEBYKAU IX happily removed The book will be When not sopald!B2.50 will he charged. published when the money can be got- j it he knows, that many esteemed "Orthodox believers," are really "Infidels," aud Ignorant of God, In his truest char-aste- r; while many called "Infidels," arc CAUSE FOR ALARM. How baldness begins. FARM FOR SALE ! U not cold itrlvntrlv lNfore, wo will sell li I How to prevent it. Ml T. SUTTON, oft-time- s; 1 Insui-ficientl- y ' oft-aske- d LOUISVILLE HOTEL , BIU DRIVE IN ODD PANTS ! reach-ln- z ;eorse-tow- n Black, Clay, Worsted, AT ONLY W. $250, "Big Four Route," D 1 Mason Hotel first-clas- E. PERKINS. Tol-J- 1 nine-tenth- Iancaster, 1 . s. jttttth: J FIRE INSURANCE J. T. Jones, Extension Table. See Insurance it at W. W. Withers'. Caledonian PHKNIX Company Overstocked. BigCourt-HoiiH Insurance 21-- tf Until August to-da- I A 1, Reduction for Buggy and Harness Trade, B. K. WEAR EN A SON. '98, R.B.MAHONY,Agt, H. RUPLEY, Merchant Tailor, Fall UNDERTAKER! State College of Kentucky, ht iiiu-eu- Bank&Tnist H Southern Railway , Through Cars r! j fvtO? tlu-j- r I I , TAKE THE 'WsJ Low 11 - MOIMON,' B. Y. P. U. 14-1- 7. The Popular Knights Pythias 4 I. ies 33-3- 9. CHICAGO. n, -- V-. T), SSI G. A. R. Encampment . ,. ti Ji?