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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898080501 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. ..Bj.ifcginv yi ", y SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVII. POLITICAL Y IN OLD CASEY INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. AUGUST 5. 1898. NO. 44 in-ne- y, POINTS, n i) KINDS . Miss Virginia Knox, daughter of the democratic THE I. J. KEIMiBSBNTATIVB SOMETHING TO WHITE A1IOUT. Jennie Knox, and Owen Kimble, u nomination for Jullor In Hardin, owr With neither Messrs. W. P. Tote, of bicycle rider, of Louisville, oljrht competitor, by 125. There wore Stanford, nor If. L. Tanner, Of McK were married at Danville, by Rev. J. 2,'JOO votes cast. at Liberty Monday, It was hard S. Kcndrick. Thu republican appelate court for the average ''big" court goer to Silas Mitchell, aged 22. eloped with will meet at 10 a. M. Aur. committoo bellevo it was tho first day of circuit and married his twice as to decide upon the lime 8 at Somee. court. I well remember seeing those old. They aro Indlanians and came unil place to uomlnute u candidate for gentlemen there 11 years ago, when I to Kentucky. Silas, like love, is blind, appellate Judgo. made my first trip, und I don't recolwhich may account for the rash act. and Cullom and Senators Morgan Mr. Todd Scott, a widower and promwill leave In few lect over to have scon a court in that Roprotcntnllva Hltt long tlmo that one or both of them inent business man of Nicholasville, Honolulu to consider theleW-iatlv- e was days for not present. Things hardly went and Miss Alice Routv, eldest daughter question Involved In the annex- right without them and thu Casey counof Col. R. L. Rout, deceased, of lower I" ul ation of the Islands. A movement Sewull ty people, through me, demand that well. Garrard, were quietly married at the E. C. W. ready on foot to make Minister the reason for thoir absence ho given. Clemens House by Rev. J. R. Savage. f the SflandM. governor The crowd Monday was hardly up to Advocate. DANVILLE, Wood G. Donhip. of LexThe Hon. the average many of tho farmers Thu largest proportion of siugle peisons formally announced hU canington, hm Danville base ball team will play is found in Ireland staying at home and giving their meadand Scotland, and the didacy for the lU'publlcan nomination ows their attention. Business was not Richmond Thursday and Friday. smallest in tho L'nitid States. In Ireland 07 for Congress In the Seveuth District. brisk cither and altogether It was not a The Q. A C. railroad has become per cent, in Scotland 05 per cent, but in Ho will receive the nomination as fair llrst day of court. Judge Jones very patriotic in unfurling a handsome the United Stales on'yul) per cent are in enough chance of election there la not spent the entire morning In delivering U. S. llag on a tall pole near the depot. that condition. lu November to make a scramble worth hU charge to the grand Messrs. Guy and Harry Wiseman jury, which A Louisville dude sued his sweetthe while. was the fame old story of last and sev- have made a contract with W. G. Ran heart for his engagement ring, when Uryant Bro. were awarded the eral other courts. In the afternoon ey for two residences on East Lexing- she brought in, at the instance of her for furnishing four to five thou- Hon. John D. White, of Clay county, ton. mother, a counter claim for more than sand bushels of coal for the Danville candidate for congress, spoke, und The remains of Mr Feland Thur- the amount, for coal and lights the burned S.bJ per hundred water works, at way he went for Chairman R. D. Hill, mond, of Barren county, nnd the In la wasting time on him. French also got tho Col. Colcon and Hon. bushels. Harvo Vincent Borolng fant son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles BalMrs. Lotta Evan contract for delivering and spreading was iKcnution. Ho Insisted that tho lard, were burled in Danville Cemc gelist Small's daughter, is to make her :t00 rod of broken rock on the streets at two former should bo Uolng time In the lory this week. debut us an actress this fall. She says dvocate. 80.60 per rod. Dr. Willis G. Craig, of Chicago, who she will wear tights whenever role are feel- penitentiary for the frauJs they perpe is visiting relatives in Highlit dlstrlsl Democrats this city, will demands them. Although only her on him in 1S90 ami that tho lat24 years think U is a certainty trated ing jubilant. They ter should continue in his hypocritical preach at the 2d Presbyterian church that they will redeem the district this way to preach sanctilicatlon. He took Sunday morning. Rev. J. C. Massle, old, she has been twice divorced. Capt. John D. Patrick, Company D, fall. Tho Hon. Grey Gelding Davison, a crack at everything in nnd out of of Orlando, Fin., will 1111 the pulpit at Fourth Kentucky Volunteers, living at of Stanford, they say, is easy picking sight and his ticcch was generally en the Baptist church. Jackson, Breathitt county, and Miss for George Gilbert. Gilbert's nomin- joyed. Mr. White There has been several changes Marie Tyler thinks ho will get as many Sanders, of Brook's Staation at Danville has not left among the clerks In town. Archie expected, and before sutllcient democratic votes to defeat Holmes, who has been a popular sales- tion, eloped to JelTersonville and were core spots as was Mr. Jloreing in November and that he married. They were accompanied by fall every man in the district will be in will again have tho honor to represent man at Robertson A Bro., will engage Col. David G. Colson. and tho Democrats will win by a mountain constituency In congress. lino, in the Insurance business at GreenThe reputed engagement of the bril(something near 1,000. Louisville I'ot. The docket for this court U a very ville, Texas., J. S. Zelgler. formerly liant and beautiful Mrs. George Law to light one with no murder, und few fel- with Roberts, Farris A Caldwell, suc- tho Maharajah of Kapurthala is the churchhmterT" ony cases. It would not last through ceeds him. Robert Farris, who was sensation of the moment in New York The General Association of Colored this week were it not for the damage employed in the grocery of If innaird A and London social circles. Few women Baptist will meet at Frankfort Aug- suit of J. J.Moore against the Dan- McGoodwin, succeeds Mr. Zeigler. are more fascinating or popular than Mr. Robert Waddle, of Somerset, ville A Crab Orchard pike, moved there ust 17. Mrs. Law. She is rich as' well, for she atHov. J. B. Crouch doslrus a full from Boyle. Friday is the day set for was in Danville this week. He is an Is tho widow of New York's street tendance at the church meeting Satur- its trial and as there are a great many old Centre man and has been recently railroad millionaire and the sole in10:110 o'clock for the transaction wltuusscs the case will be a long drawn admitted to tho bar. day at Success to htm. heritor of his vast wealth. The Mahout one. Mr. Gabe Caldwell, who has been un. of imporlaul business. now tho Casey county people der the treatment of an oculist in Lou- arajah of Kapurthala is a romanticalJust During tho three years' presidency ly interesting Eastern potentate "rich of tho Hov. Dr. K. H. l'oarce, Kentucky have fair on the brain and there are isville, returned home Tuesday. Harry beyond the dreams of avarice," and so Wcsloyan College has secured 3110,000 but few who are not making prepara- Brlggs is recuperating at Tatham pleasing to look upon that he is said to tion to go to either tho Uustonvillo or Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Forestus Reld in proerty and money. leave u train of love-lordamsels In Circuit Judge Parker, of Lexington, the Russell Springs exhibitions. It is were In Danville Monday. We hope his wake as lie walks through life with by some that the attendance they will become citizeus. Dr. L. S. decides that parsonages and all other believed the stately step that is his own. property, not used for purposes at the latter fair will reach the 10,000 Mc.Murtry spent Sunday with friends church At the home of Mr. J. C. Horton, on mark on the last day. The Liberty here. Miss Muyo Irvine has returned of worsMlp, are subject to taxation. Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock, MUs Ilcv. Uobert S. Carter, rector of band will make music for that fair and from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Sue Nettie Horton was united in marriage Irvine, of Bowling Green. Miss Laura Grace Episcopal church, Uopkinsvllle. it is practicing ulghtly for It. Building Is at rather a stand-sti- ll In Shelby entertained Misses Mae Wood, to Mr. James O. Grissom of Adair eurprlsod hlscongresatlon by unexpect county, Rev. B. C. Horton of the Hol-to- n edly tendering his resignation. He gave Liberty now, but there is talk of con- of Cincinnati, Zilpha Smith, Nancy Conference otliciating. Miss Susie siderable Improvement in the town ere Huguely and Mamie Hitu Rowland, at no reason for so doing. winter begins. The Commercial Bank tea Tuesday evening. Miss Sarah In Grissom und Mr. John Brown, Miss Tho llrst subscription for missions in brick, with line gram, of Louisville, is visltlug Miss Callie Horton and Mi- Robert GrisAmerica said to have been made by will put up a som were the attendants and the wedSir Walter llalolgh. who in 1010 gave iron front, if good brick can bo secured Nancy Huguely. Hon. J. W. Yerkes ding party formed under an arch of in at a reasonable price. Since mv last and daughter, M ss Amelia, have gone SoOO for the spread of tho gospel visit Whipp Bros, have enlarged their to New York City. Messrs. J. R. evergreen. The bride was handsomely of Virginia." "the wilderness store-rooand added a line of drugs, Brlggs and W. S. Smith left Tuesday attired in a beautiful costume of white,' Tho income of tho Episcopal Church while Wilkinson A Sharp have increas- for New York City. Miss Nan McDow- and never appeared to better advantage last year was S12,7.')0,000, of which the groom wore the regulation black. there went for home missions $100,000, ed the size of both their building and ell und Mr. Will Woodcock left Wed- The ceremony was solemn and deeply nesday to attend the governor's ball at foreign missions $'2&J,000, parish and their htock of general merchandise. impressive. Tho happy couple with a Casey docennexponos 812.000,000. Of 4,078 guossers, county people ought to bo good Crab Orchard. Messrs. J. C. Caldwell few relatives aud friends then passed to, for there is hardly a mer and two sons, Jerry aud Fox, D. P. ministers, '26 went as foreign missionchant In the town of Liberty, who does Rowlaud and Geortre Welsh are fishing the dluing room where a sumptuous aries. breakfast was served. Immediately Rev. Ira Partin closed the tnoeting not oil or them inducements to guess. on the Cumberland. Mr. Will Gentry, after eating, the party started for the For instance Wilkinson A Sharp oiler-e- d Misses Julia Gentry, Louise Welsh, addiat Fnirvlew Wednesday. The a ?lo rango to tho one who camo Allen Hudson, Mrs. R. II. Caldwell, home of tho groom. Our best wishes tions by letter, reclamation, confession, for health, happiness nnd prosperity Ac, number 4U, IS or 20 of wlom will nearest to telling the number of seeds Mrs. Ma-- ' Wallace, Mr. Abe Caldwell, are extended. They are certain to have In a gourd, which had never been open- wife and son left this week for the bo baptized about 1 olclock today lu a quiet time since both aro deaf and tho pool near tho churclj. It was a ed and Mrs. John Murphy guessed Gentry reunion at Crab Orchard dumb. They are graduates of the Inswithin two of the number oil. Springs. glorious meeting, whose results will titute at Danville, where they first met The stockholdors of tho HustonriUc toll through all eternity. several years ago A Green River Valley Telephone Co. HEWS IN THE VICINAGE, A Baptist church was organlzod at Balls Gap Monday by Hevs. Ira Partin, mot Monday and Increased thoir capiBrqr Birdwhistell, of the Ander Mercercounty's indebtedness is 25 per cunt. They also decidson News, goes from bad to worse. Ho Win. Shelton, H. 11. Noel and J. B. tal stock Crouch with 11 constituent members. ed to extend their line to Russell Tho receipts in Collector John W. says "Just to show tho IXTUKlOlt Jocit-NAThey then opened the doors of the Springs and there connect with linos Yerkes' otllce for the mouth of July, that we are still doing business church for other members and 17 more from Jamestown, Montlcello.Coluu.bia, aggregated $ll7,Klo.fl. at the old stuud, hero Is another snake were enrolled. There are 10 othors to Albany nnd other points. The lino is a Hobbs A Son, who operated tho story, which is entirely as true as unite, who could not bo present. The paying one and to tho clever ollicers, Straight Creek Coal Mines aud assign the ono given last week. Forest Rlpy, son of Col. T. B. Ripy, was lookiug now church has been named Fairvlew. Messrs. F. P. Combest, G. A. Prewltt ed, have settled their Indebtedness. George F. Campbell, the Methodist nnd A. P. Youug, is duo no little the Moody, sent up from Madison over the farm a few days ago, and disPleas covered a large snake, which he prominister who was expelled from the credit of its success. F. M. Scott, the hustling saw mill county last November for seven years ceeded to kill. No sooner had he comLouisville Conference of tho church for killing Theodore Powell, died In last fall, will ask to be reinstated by man, Is the boss crane killer. Last the penitentiary. He killed three men pleted the job than he saw a number of smaller snakes. After the killing was that body when it meets in September. week he killed ono which measured six during his career. On last Saturday Mrs Mary Campbell, feet, four inches, from tip to tip and of over ho counted an even 07, which Is a Prof. M. B. Jones, Professor his wlfo, who preferred the charges on Monday he brought ono down that was Mathematics, Williamsburg Institute, pretty good day's work for a boy." about as large. which he was expelled, was adjudged It is the desire of some of tho demo has accepted a placo in Kentucky The Milkmaid Into the cow lot, inBano und committed to an asylum. State College as Instructor in Mathe- bright and gay, the milkmaid hustles Campbell claims that this Is a vindica- crats of Casey to mako no nomination matics and Commandant of Cadets. from day to day, aud gathers the laction of his chief defense, which was for Congress, but support Hon. John D. Bac will bo tho name of a new teal lluld white, while the morning sun was meutally unbalanced Wlilte, und in that way defeat the rethat his wlfo In Madison and Emberg in Shelby, left him and preferred tho publican nominee. That might be a with Charles Patterson and R. D. is out of sight; and e'en when tho sun when sho charges. Ho is now practicing law ut good way to break into tho republican Woods postmasters. Ben Wllsou will light fails, again she hustles up her pails, and seeks in the cows with brindranks, but It will be mighty hard to get Uopkinsvllle. be postmaster at Ifeene, Jessamine led tails, that fount of wealth which u great many of tho seldom falls. Hot winds may blow, aud boys to consent to put their cross else- couuty. Cool Wisconsin Resouts.-TI- io Chicago Is the proper where than under tho rooster. No ono Monon Route via Ches- tho grasshoppers hop, and the bugs Excunsio.NS.-T- ho and blizzards may gather the crop, but E. II. Bacon, D. P. A., doubts that thu "crested jayhawk-er- " lino. Write apeake and Ohio Ry., will run the fol- as long as the stream of milk don't stop, would make a good representative, Route, Louisville, for pamphMonon o on lowing excursions to the lets, rates and tlmo tables for all re but his election would bo no victory dates named. The tlckots will bo good the cow nnd the milkmaid stand on top. sorts In Wisconsin, Minnesota and for tho democrats. In fact Mr. Whito going on regular trains, to which ucc. Tlin HEST REMEDY FOK FLUX. cheerfully claims to bo tho best republican in the Michigan. Information essary sleeping cars will bo attached. Mr. John Mathias, a well known given and services of an agent to meet lot and utmost tho only consistent ono. On July 10th und August 11th, to At stock dealer of Pulaski, Ky., says: The trustees of tho pupllc school ut all parties on arrival of trains at City and Capo May, via Wash- "After sullering for over a week with Liberty very sensibly elected Miss Julia lantlc and Chicago rendered free. round trip rate only $14.00 from flux, and my physician having failed to Stagg, as teacher aud she has the larg- ington, Lexington and correspondingly low relievo mo, I was udvlsed to try Chamoff ore one faro for Tho Q. A C. routo est and best school in the county. rates from other Central Kentucky Colic, and Diarrhoea tbo round trip to Indianapolis Aug. Tho hotels of Liberty aro not as lib- points. Tickets good 11 days returning. berlain's and Cholera have the pleasure of statand 0th, good returning until erally patronized trip rato of 813. Remedy, 7tb, 8th as they used to be, On July 29th, u round Comfort, Va., tholCtb, on account of the National notwithstanding their good accommo- will bo made to Old Pointregular trains ing that the "half of ono bottle cured Tickets good going on s'alo by Craig fc Hocker, Meet, L. A. W. dations and low rates. Almost every and good returning 12 days. This Is tho me. For i owing to Druggists. Old Point, Sam Hooker, as Auditor's agent, has merchant serves oysters, cheese and best tlmo to visit military maneuvers. Ed Summers, of Cadiz, shot and killagainst Russolvlllo for crackers and tho like and for 10 or 15 tho Interesting brought suit Send in your noma for sleeping car on $2,000 In real estate, casu, cents thoy glvo a good luneh. This is space or for any information desired. ed Major Baker, a negro, whom he back taxes fire engines, hose, etc., from 1847 to a saving of a dime or more aud al- Geo. W. Barney, D. P. A. Lexington, caught trying to enter his daughter's room. though fairly liberal tho average Casey Kentucky. date. I). 13. Puttoron won 11 farmer doesn't sow his monay broadcast by a long shot. "Wo have no paper here now and I hope there will be no more cllorts to run one," remarked a solid Liberty meVchant to the I. J. pilgrim, "Wo get all the news from your paper," said he, "and us thore is no money In it for unybody here it looks like folly to keep on trying to do what lias so often proven a failure." The INTBUIOH JontNAL. representative heartily acquiesced and suggested to his Liberty friend that he hardly saw tho necessity for any other paper anywhere as the "cheapest and best" filled the bill so MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, M-s- New Hustonville Fair, At Hustonville, Ky., Three Days, step-mothe- r, Beginning Wednesday, Aug. 10th. Old Fashioned Fair With $1,500-0- 0 IN PREMIUMS. -- Ladies FREE First Day. Write For Catalogue. V. D. Hocker, Secy. W. G. COWAN, Pres. WE WANT TO- - Customer of ours. We wil give you the con-trac- ts Best Values Your Jtfoey Gat? Buy. Give us a call and see for yourself. Extraordinary Bargains in Fine Suit3. Cut Prices. Suits Cleaned and Pressed. Merchant Tailoring. Suits made here. Big Cut in Shoes. Mid-Seas- Small-Jackson-For- d, The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No. 136. W. &;. '4 DANVILLE, KY. O I T IF (I i : Tiri- - TIT TO VVE WAIN I 1U A TVTT m Right now a word about our Fall and Winter Shoes. Little Early but we are eager to call your attention to these goods. In the first place we have taken unusual care in selecting the stock and are pleased to know that we will be able to bKl Meet Every Want In Shoes. XjJi fill ', Kr II ft 1 Secondly, the prices that we expect to put on these goods will be at- tractive Thirdly, our styles will be e'xactly light. Every mother that has ahoy or girl that she Aants to shoe substantially will be iu- erested. Tiiese goods will be on hand in good season. KJJAL.LJ VytZLtL. &i i--l The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, EY. dt VXfT. L Vfl) n We Make It A Rule To Furnish 1 two-stor- y School Books, Tablets And Copy Books, Pens, Ink And School Supplies All of the Best Quality, at the Lowest Possible Cash Prices." It is to your interest to try tis. PENNY 'S DRUG STORE. W A' ;! Ml IWi '? w mmt WW ? MMVC: MHr.'.-V- WNW - M - MBB V HV -- VV- Sacrifice Sale of Clothing Not old style, shop-wor- ! 147,-00- 0. i, i I '.V : : n goods, but I I I I 1 I FRESH, CLEAN GOODS, In Light Weight and Light Colors I will soon NEED THE ROOM! They occugy and now need the money invested in them. Tlii'y will bo sold cheap. If you have any idea of the value of goods post-olTl- ce P YOU WILL BE PLEASED. dyed-Iu-the-w- i I Look at them. H. J. MeROBERTS, -- UY SnA-Saou- i: Sea-3hor- FKESII LINE OF- - Lou-ibvll- lo Dry Goods, Groceries And Genral Merchandise. Every Thing Way Down. Call And See Me. MARK HARDIN, STANFORD. ,7afc,virf.T. '", t?j,.' i fe h 'fc I rn l '.!4 fc Ephralm W. Sells, tho elder of tho had more friends than Fred Koehler Sells brothers, circus men, and In his death Garrard loses one of OUR TERMS MUST IJB ACCEPTED OR o her best citizens. died at Columbus, O., of Bright' THE AVAR GOES ON. after an illness of soverul months. J. B. Jennings spent Sunday aud Aug. 5, 1S9S SPAIN LIKELY TO YIELD BEFORE SAT The Hotel Berwlnat Chicago burned. Monday in Louisville. W. O. Owsley Stanford. Ky., URDAY. Three lives were lost and a uumbcr of leaves today for Ashevllle, N. C. J. R. guests were maimed and bruised in Harris, formerly with tho Record, has TROOPS TO HE DROUGHT FROM SANW. P. WALTON. jumping from high windows to the: returned from Eldorado, Ark., where TIAGO AT ONCE. ho went three months ago. Ho had a pavement. Washington, Ang. 4. PresiJohn Richer, Sr., aged 05, and with good position thore, but falling health Nominee For Cotiprt"., Democratic dent McKlnley finally refuses to a wife nnd sevon children, hung him- caused him to loave. H. M. Ballou and change peace conditions and HON. G. G. self to tho celling of an outbuilding on family are spending a month at Russell Spain's answer accepting them is his farm In Harrison. He had been Springs. J. F. Gollahor and family, Of Shclur Countv. epectcd before Saturday. Peace Miss Mattlc Mae Jenkins, J. C. Hemp, despondent. commission is to meet in Paris. A careful estlmato shows that over $2, hill and family, .1. F. Robinson, Jt THOUGH the terras of peace sent to Generals and Roosevelt united 000,000 worth of ammunition was ex- and wife and II. T. Logan are nt Crab Spain at her request was cabled to that In saying that It is certain death pended In bombarding the Santiago bat Orchard Springs this week. Rev. C. government last week, no reply was Mid-Summ- er for Shafter's army '.o remain In CuMark-Dow- n teries by Sampson's fleet and practically K. Marshall, of Harrodsburg, preach 'degent till Wednesday. The terms and the president deba lontrer ed at the Christian church Sunday. He little damage was done. by Spain of mand the relinquishment cides to bring thum home immediJohn Allison, of Smith's Station, O., was pastor here during the cholera In all claim to sovereignty over Cuba and ately. didn't know his gun was loaded and '73. Landram McFarland has returned imraedinte evacuation of the Island, the Since this i ale (peaed we have been taxed lo our utmost to servo thu IniiniMKu PONCE, Aug. 4. Troops still arplayfully pointed It at a Negro work-han- to his home hi New York, nftora pleasthe cession of and the Immediate evaccrowd- In attendance. We have added many new linon, new arrivals, new riving. No general advance. price. The Negro is mortally wounded ant visit to relatives here. Miss Lena uation of Porto Rico and other Span Brooks lnnds 3,000 at Orroyo to exGordon Tillett Is tho guest of Miss Lower Prices have been made to the end that the mIo will be more inviting this and Allison Is a raving maniac. ish islands in the West Indies, and the ecute flank movement. Spaniards Of the 7,550 convicts now In tho Maggto Tomllnson. Rv. Henry N, week than ever. cession of an Island In the Lad rones. intrenched at Abonlto, where a prisons of Massachusetts 1,007 are wo- Faulconer nnd wife left today for Bar- No pecuniary indemnity Is asked. Tho fight is expected. men. During the year just ended there bourvllle, where he will fill his apUnited States will hold the city and Newport News, Aug. 4. First was au increase of OS in the number of pointment Sunday. The many friends bay of Manila pending the conclusion section of 1st Kentucky sailed on of W. McC. Johnston will be sorry to women nnd a decrease of 155 men. of a treaty which shall determine the the Hudson for Porto Rico. The Director of the Mint has complet- hear that both he and his son, Bradley, disposition of the Philippines. ed his estimates of the gold production are ill of typhoid fever at tho homo of In tlii I iilo:idini; Sale, Tho reply was not satisfactory and WAR TALK. of the world for 1607, and also of the Mrs. Johnston, Sulphur Well, Jessa Ambassador Cambon and the president The Americans have already taken probable yield for 1S9S. The 1S97 pro mine county. Mrs. Belle Burnslde, of held a long conference, but the result We will oiler in thU sale 1 lot of Straw LADIES' SHIRTWAISTS. of It was not made public. Spain is nine towns and cities in Port Rico and duction Is put nt S240.OOO.OOO, and thnt Monticello, Is with her father, T. M. II11U foi nion, worth 50c at 25c. 10 dozen latest stylo shirtwaists just of 1SHS at $275,000,000. Johnston. hoping against hope to secure further still they take them. Two lines of 50 and 76c lints nt 35c ill make n run on them nt Gen. Miles has made a requisition At Anardaka, Oklahoma, a negro concessions, but the belief is general See our line of Trunk nnd Valine.. 26c each. HUBBLE. that when she finds that impossible she for Hags, but he needs no olive branches named Barret tried to enter the room of will accept without further parley. An from this country. The Puerto Rlcans Miss Phoebe Stokes, a school teacher Owing to other appointments '.Bro. MILLINERY Shoos at that place. Miss Stokos hoard him Gowen will not fill his pulpit here till effort is being made to allow her to are supplying these symbols. Ladies' special heel Oxford JJ to 5, 50c, fired six shots the socond Sunday afternoon. Though they went to Newport News poking at a window and take away from Cuba and Porto Rico We onn not afford to carry ovora Mnirlo all military property and Spain also a week ago, the 1st and 3rd Kentucky into his body, killing him Instantly. B. W. Glvens has begun work on tho ladle- -' hat. We will oiler the ontlrc Ladles' heel Oxford 3 to S, USc, LnriioV heel Tan 2J to 5, 75o, An order has been Issued commanding 3 miles given him to keep up for 12 stock nt cost. wants to know who is to pay for trans- regiments are still there unless they M!son Oxfords, iSo, that all the flags on German war ships months, and it goes without saying tho i 1.60 hnt now fl, portation of troops to Spain and main- got off yesterday to Port Rico. 's Men' Work Shoos, 75c, It has been fully decided to abandon be halfmasted on the day of Prince tain order pending evacuation. Mean11.26 lint now 76c money will be well spent. Mun's FlneShoo". Lace nnd Con cross, Sc funeral, that a dilute of 19 guns while the invasion of Porto Rico Is be- Camp Alger and the 20,000 men located Mrs. Sallie Etibanks has bought tho f lint now 60c, ing pushed, but Gen. Miles finds little there will be removed to a more health- be fired at noon and that all the naval old family horse of the lato Dr. O'Neal A lot of ladled sailors 10c. officers and officials wear mourning for for f 10. Some new corn has been of resistance to his movements, and San ful locality near Manassas, Va. Men's Silk Finished Sinponders, 16o, The Pope has appealed to the Presi- a week. be taken without a Juan will likely Mun" extra heavy I.oatlior Holt. 26c, fered in this community at SI per baruap gave An unprecedented cold dent to take steps for the protection of shot. Dross Skirts J2.60 buys n nice Cheviot Suit foruifn rel. George Wood sold some cows and Catholic clergymen and church proj)-ert- y Nebraska a premature taste of fall. At heifers or boy?, worth $4 to O. P. Huffman at 3'c. Politicians are making great effort 76c will buy a SI. 25 skirt, in the Philippines, nnd instructions Kimball, near the Wyoming line, it Mrs. E. L. Hays, of Danville. Is visit50c will buy a nice Duck Stilt for boys to unite tho Bradley and Hunter fac- have been sent to Dewey and Merrltt snowed for seven minutes Sunday N 10 will buy a Jl.50t.kirt, ing the family of Mr. A. C. Carman. 00c will buy you a good LtlMre Cot ns tions, but It will be love's labor lost, to prevent violence. morning, the first time snow ever fell Mrs. il. 25 will buy a f 1.75 skirt. loni; n they ln.M, 3 dozen left. T.'C. Rankin and children havo unless the Hunter crowd completely At the beginning of the Sixteenth there in July. No damage to crops is gone to Wayne and Puhtskl counties gives under. Bradley belongs to that century Porto Rico had a native pop- anticipated, save a cnecKing 01 tne for a few days. Dr. L. L. ole, of Vlr-- f gallant band that sometimes dies, but ulation estimated at 000,000 or SO0.O00, growth of corn. glnta, was here looking for a location never surrenders, and those who would but the Spaniard came along and utterLetters received at Port Town.-entry to have him and Hunter kiss and ly exterminated them wiped themj Wash., state that many prospectors be this week, nnd as ho could got no board a convonieut place just now he remake up are mistaken in their man. from the face of the earth. tween Copper river and Cook's Inlet, at turned home. 10 Dozen Neglige Lntindeied, Collars nnd nnd CwHs. to produce This is the plan proposed Gen. Joseph C. Breckinridge, in?pec Alaska, have abandoned their search 10 Doren Soft Front, detachable Collars. a strong Hunter man tor general of tho United States army, for gold and are locating coal claims. harmony Select Revs. W. G. Cram and C. H. Noal 5 Dozen White liorito, Colored Bommii, iwiw on Mile as the nominee for governor, prepare a who has been thus far In the war with- - The country Is said to be one mass of are holding a happy revival at thu at St. Call for your Coiijmuh. A handsome picture goes with vxtry f 10 or JS6 purohn-6ct of resolutions, for unanimous adop out a command, was ordered to Chiekn-mang- a coal, which is claimed to be an excel- Methodist church, which will probably tion by the convention, Indorsing the last, another week. Park to take command of all lent quality of lignite. entire State administration, and pledg- the troops at Camp Thomas. An Ohio farmer got a gram of wheat ing to Gov. Bradley the united support Col. John H. Page, of the Third In- in his shoo while threshing and al .FARM FOR SALE. rMVlii of the party for United States Senator fantry, regulars, who left Santiago for though It annoyed him very much he l'Air. wll waivm! iitl in Anflalo(rutlt,. .... 'i"i. i .iwniniK noiit, K'M lurnt. ..n to succeed Senator Lindsay. Gov. New York, dangerously ill of malarial t nignt and a, ,.ih u.i tin r...-a- vu..um r.ij.,ti stop to remove M" "r T. I). ltVNI'.Y, Manager. Bradley can't be caught with such iever, was tne last colonel 01 tne reg- then found a blister on tho bottom of j Si'".1 chaff as that, even if there was a ular army left In Cuba. All the others his foot. Blood poison sot in and amBranch stores at Paris, Carl ale, Mt BardVown, Lawrcncebnrg, Cymhl. chance for a republican to succeed had been killed In battle or had per- putation of the limb was necessary. He ! a,ersnille, Eminence, ((lorgitown, I izihethtown. Frankf rt Mnuckport, I ml. Lindsay, which praise God, there is ished by disease. grew rapidly worse, and died from the AU jHirxiiis lmving ag.itn-- t tin ennot. The Chief Surgeon of the army at effects of blood poison. Mr-Evani. rr was summoned title uf notifiedEllen oiioc pro dc- ;it.l uti.i to at nt the h'relv Like Shafter when he sent his scare Santiago, reports that there were 4,104 When Martin Thorn mul ow.im chair he shuwod no for elltement, properly jimi-i'idispatch irom Santiago that he must cases of illness among the American to the execution t vonlliig to law. reK Ci EVANS, Imr luii have more troops to take the city, troops up to Wednesday night. Of this emotion, nnd walked to it quietly, which finally surrendered without re- total, 3.212 persons are suffering from peating prayers, after the attonding sistance worthy of mention, Gen. Mer-rl- t fever, the others chleily having attacks priest. There was no untoward inciseems to have taken the buck ague of dysentery. During the day 009 new dent in connection, and after the cur To The rent had been turned on 55 seconds on his arrival at Manila and at once cases were reported. was tho 27th HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & ' There have been a good many subter Thorn was dead. His dispatched that he would need 50,000 Sing. SURGEON, IL'.OOO fuges resorted to by young men who electrocution at Sing men. There are now there Robert Weber, son of Mrs. Wilhel-roln- a lhe army ln a moment of patrl- troops and 4,000 are on the way. Nine ioined - Weber, at whose grocery In thousand six hundred more are await- ode enthusiasm, and then repented and Clara Loesch was killed Monday OfnVe ovir Hlpplns .t store. ing transports nt San Francisco. Aquln-ald- o pined away at leisure, but that of Pri vate Wm. Henderson, of the Twelfth night, admitted that he fired tho fatal and his insurgents are giving the For 1898, Americans much trouble, but even with New York, who reported to the author- shot. He, however, claims that he shot he thought was a burglar, and the men he has, Merritt ought to whip ities that he had been killed at target at what both the Spanish and them if neces- practice, and then deserted, eclipses had nothoughtof killing the girl. Ashe GREEN BRIAR was in love with her and she had rejectany yet heard of. sary. "The actual war expenditures of the ed htm, his story is not believed. I announce that Speaker Reed was renominated for United States during the present conWhile Miss Lulu Boyer was attempt- mer wNh to wll! be ojkmi forthis popular sumtho accommodaroort congress at Portland, Me., Tuesday, by test foot up in the neighborhood of ing to lower a window at her home near tion of guests. acclamation. He made a short speech 8150,000,000. This does not begin to Monroe, Mich., during a severe thunJlcre arc a Few Attractions lor thi.-- "Week Only: of thanks, but declared that he has no represent the outlay that will be nec- derstorm bhe was killed instantly by a inteutlon of opening a campaign for the essary before the war is closed and the bolt of lightning. Her father, Fred Keduued rates duilntr the fir- month For Information in regard to rate, etc, simple reason that there seems to be no treaty of peace is signed. Up to date Boyer, who was standing near at the rr--Y address campaign to open. Saidhe, "In this dis- Congress has appropriated the sum of time his daughter was killed, had his T. H. WKIOIIT, Crah OrcUurd, Ky. trict there nppears to be thus far great 8360,000,000 to enable the United States eyes literally burned out by the flerv 2 harmony in both parties as to the great to carry on the war. tliat he will never be able to lluld, so IS Lbs. Granulated Sugar for $1; 19 Lbs. issues of the past, and I shall leave to None of the transports that are to see again, even if he recovers. somebody else the task of disturbing remove the Spanish prisoners from Plantation Granulated Sugar for $1. LANCASTER. it. All over the country also there Is a Santiago havo yet arrived there, aldearth of political feeling. I never knew though the contract stipulated that at Lion Collee, the of Package Coll'ee, goes Policeman Petty is determined to less of it in all the years in which least five should reach Santiago within lira-it- s at 9c package. break up tho shooting In the city -- AIIEI have known of such things." nine days after the contract was let. at night. He arrested George Conn, Pure Leaf Lard Slides at 7c a pound. Delay is costly, as the United States is Blanfohd was nomi- feeding the prisoners and caring for who was lined 825 and the perquisites. Two packages "White Kosc Soda for 5c. The colored teachers' institute con nated for Congress by the 4th district 2,000 sick among them. vened here on the 1st with 25 teachers republican convention at Ellzabethtown Tinware at .Ratling Low Prices. Refugees from Cuba report great suf- in attendance. The Institute la being Cool, on the first ballot, over three competiExhilarating, Itestful . Music, Amuse Come early and come often. fering all over Cuba, owing to the ef- conducted by Prof. W. D. Thomas, of ments and Good Living. tors. He easily made his calling sure, fectiveness of tho American blockade. the State Normal College, Frankfort. but Cockeyed Dave Smith will meet For Terms uddess. In many places food can not be bought The white teachers' institute will conhim at Phlllppl to show that election at any price. From 10 to 20 people are vene Monday and will be conducted by GUS does not follow by any means. In the found dead of starvation on the streets Prof. W. E. Lumley, of Bedford. resolutions adopted both the State and J. W. ROUT, Manaoi of Havana every day. The reconcentra- W. O. Dunlap has been heard from. National administrations were indors- dos are dying by hundreds. There is His mother has received a letter from Mnin Street, Interior Journal Building, Stanford, Ky. ed, and President McKlnley's course much misery also in Matanzas and him dated at Santiago and written since n with reference to the TAimEE BEOS., HcEINNEY. Cardenas. the battle. It was written on a scrap of war was highly commended, aa was waste paper and fastened with a pin; it the bravery of the American soldiers BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. 2 Quart Tin Bucket, 5c; 0 Quart Tin contained no stamp, but was marked and sailors. Bucket, 10c. The L. & N. gets $25,000 a year out "Soldier's letter free." Will was reThe military commission to settle of Negro excursions. ported killed at the battle of Santiago, Louisville has sued tho banks and but the letter states that he was sick at the row over the Louisville armory has been dissolved, other corporations for 8121,101.03 for the time of tho battle. He says the we are glad to say and peace let us hope taxes from 1892. slaughter was something terrible and 3 Gallon Coffee Pot, 10c. A bouncing baby was born to Mr. and that if he survives this war he will between these doughty pen wlelders will soon envelop them as the waters Mrs. W. O. Espy, of Eaton, Ind., with a never enter another. do the great deep. They are too clever full set of teeth. Fred Koehler died at his home near R. P. Garvin and wife died within 15 Cartersvllle Tuesday night of typhoid to quarrel and too pretty to kill each "We are out Ibis year with soino new improvements. other. Judge Advocate General Will-so- n minutes of each other, of typhoid fever. After appropriate exercises by Wagon Breeching, $2.50 Set Fine BoltSonio manufacturers imitate ed Meal, 50c bushel. Good Family Flour seems to be responsible for the ces- fever, at Louisnllle. Lodge, K. of P., of Wc don't; wo originate. Perfect in balances, light draft, force feed; Ac. the Lancaster There were turned over to the new which he was a member, and services 50c sack. Best Family Flour, 55c sack. sation of hostilities. prison officials at Frankfort 1,350 raalo by Rev. Crawford, his remains were Van Denny, of Lexington, who was and 49 female convicts. laid to rest ln the Paint Lick Cemetery commissioned to raise a company of A train load of soldiers was wrecked Wednesday evening. He was the senior "When you arc oflered n disc drill. Others nro imitations, We were unnble to fill has abandoned the job to near Atlanta. Two men were killed We are All of our orders last yeur, and kindly ask you to place your order with u member of tho iirm of Koehler Bros, Coalt bothnow prepare! to and orders for the early for the best for duiutstlc accept the position of stamp clerk ln and three seriously wounded. tbrrahliig iurioces extensive lumber and mill men. Only We also on earth. the In other words he will Homer, Codding & Co., of BostolT, a few years ago he came to this county Take in Zxchanjo for Coal Corn and Hay, lick stamps Instead of Spaniards, an who are among the largest boot and Wloponain i nnnr man nnd hv la Which weket'pronitantlr oil liatnl at the Lnwmt easier job; even though licking the shoe dealers in New England, assigned hnnnct.v nnil fair ripnlllicr haa accumuln- - Caih 'rice, bee in before luylni; In Winter J HIGG-IN- S . man supply. WAltSEUAl'EKKIN Dons is as easy as rolling off a log. with liabilities of $500,000. Telephone U. 0 Near Dtii, MuufurJ il) ted a COmlOrtaDie lonune. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL NO MORE CONCESSIONS. well-kuow- n dls-eas- THE - War OJith Spain ces. GILBERT, Is Not In It With Our War On Pri The - At The Louisville Store. Sale d. 11.00 Never Went as Far as Now Ills-mark- 1 J Ladios' j J d, 25 Dozen Men's Shirts. e. - i did-no- V,''1 . The Louisville Store. S'.-mw- ;, M"' "" NOTICE i - 3-- 2t t.- 1 DR. R. m. PH6LPS, COIWCE I BARGAINS. s I ! J Lon-isvll- le Stanford, Kentucky.! Blue Grass Store, Season of SPRINGS I. ir i TXTISTEJ . , 1B98. -t 25 Lbs. Fine New Orleans Caramel Sugar for $1. Finest King CRAB ORCHARD SFRtNGS NOW OPEN. HOFMANN, Prop. Blue Grass Grocery. i i i i n THE CYCLONE. Spanish-America- n n C Bradley-Castlem- an BQt.TinBucKetlOc The Superior Disc Grain Drill o 6 Cross Cut Saw, 50 c STILL IN THE LEAD. r. COAL! COAL! Always Ask For The "Superior," bt six-footer- s, I" sa mi post-ofllc- e. .... & McKINNEY. 'Vi wt iu''frtlJNA' Gen. Gentry Is a most enthusiastic you wunt at last. Chase Sanborn's bulk roasted coffee. Sole lover of family and has great pride of birth. He is a son of Joseph Gentry1 agents, Higglns & McKlnncy. School, supplies, Including a large and was raised on the farm near StanCOMlMto.MiSKD. W. L. McCarty, of Aug. 5, 1898 line of beautiful tablets at V. 13. Ky., Stanford, ford, now owned by John B. Foster. KlngsvIUe, administrator ot William WILL J)L HELD After the war he went to Lexington and JVebb, who was killed while coupling Skaso.vaiilt: showers teem certain married a moat estimable lady, who E. C. Walto.v, Jk'siNns.4 MAXAanit. to make this tho best corn crop year, cars at D.invllle several months ago, with their children are with him at with the Cincinnati compromised hereabouts, for a long tlmo. the Springs. Southern for $2,200. Tin: best is never too nood for preMixed up with the Gentrys and wear TllH Severances havo made many First Annual Knsscll County Fair. scription work. Thut is tho reason we Mlt. W. L. McCaiity. of tho Kings ing a Gentry badge is Col. John G. use tho boat goods only. Penny's Drug changes In the Internal arrangement yes- Craddock, editor of the Paris Store. of their store, which aftor all tho work Mountain Canning Co., was here who knows a good thing when terday nnd gavo us a good job of printthey do not like as well as the old. PERSONAL ANDSOCIEf Y GOSSIP. ing. Ho has canned mnny blackber- he sees it and never allows a good plko contractors In the West ries, will put up a big lot of sweet po- chance to pass him by. He Is at home Tin: Mlt. A. J. Eakp Is quite sick. cans anywhere, whether hobnobbing with Big Display of Everything. The Grounds will be Attractive and Comfortable. Is End are making great improvements tatoes and expects to have 150,000 Miss catiikkinb Uacuhman presidents or other potentates, the GenIn the pikes of that section. Thero was ol tomatoes. Plenty Shade and Water visiting in Danville. trys or anybody else. abundant room for Improvement howMiss Savanah Heck has roturned ever. Tin: members of the Lincoln county Photographer Mullen, of Lexington from tho Wllmore incetlnp;. democratic committee are requested to came over to "catch" tho crowd and PiEAD It. Another installment of meet nt Stanford at 2 o'clock, l. M., succeeded Mil. UirilAltu Hampton, of the L. & in making n good picture of N". Is on a visit to his parents. the "Legacy," Bro. Barnes left bis Monday, Aug. S, county court day, for the large family. A Marvelous Array of Novelties from FaiDi, Garden and Fireside. Mlt. M. P. Kl.icix U getting better friends when ho thought he wn9 dying the transaction of lmiortant business. with cancer, will be found on the 4th J. E. Carson, Chmn. from an attack of malurlul fevor. rr' ' 7 . T vll Miss Lr.XA EuriX. of Louisville, Is page of this issue. . Baitized. George Stephenson, the visiting her brother, ZuckKlkln, in the Fifty. Prof. E. L. Grubbs writes condemned Negro, was baptized by ,1 ' West End. that ho opened his Shelby City school Rev. Walter Lackev in a bath tub in sev-cMiss Isaiiklla Uailky "spent, boys jail yesterday afternoon. A few days very pleasant days at Crub Orch- Monday with an enrollment of A Superb Hand of Music Trotting, Running and Pacing Races Each Day. It is and 2f girls, with Miss Grace L. Coo- - aftor tho death verdict was read to him ard Springs. he made a profession before Revs. J. vert, as pupil assistant. Miss ELiZAHitTH PltUNCH and Will W. Boiling nnd Lackey and yesterday Dudley, of Winchester, are guests at Tin: tolcphono line to Mt. Vernon is in the presence of the deacons of the Mr. A. W. Carpenter's. now In talking order. It was completColored Baptist church and Rev. LackAnd Everybody's Presence is Desired. Miss LaCKA SllULUY entertained ed about 10 a. M. when Editor ey ho made n fuller one, after which Admission Only 25 Cents. Monday evening In honor of Misses James Maret and tho writer had the For Further Information, address, his sins were washed away, so to speak. Zllpah Smith aud Wood. honor of enjoying the first chat. Ho says he has made peace with God Mlt. NoitTil Tout) Gkntuy and wife and is ready and willing to die. 11 k's Dcat. Coltim-blTiilo olllce sent out a bill Marshull Uordon and wife, of KIMBLE, KENTUCKY. tho other day nnd it was returned with Mo., were here yosterday. TheGuNtkys. There are Gontrys of Danville, Is this endorsement "by hto ton:" "In Mil. J S. WlSLtA, Crab Orchard Springs, spending a few days with his wife and answur of this. The old man is deat, and Gentry at world without end, and Gen. W. H. and evorv sent be lost and gone." baby at Hon. J. S. Ows,ay, Sr's. Gentry, who originated the idea to Mils. S.J. EMHIIY, of Stanford, and Saxtox. Mrs. Gus Hofmann, of bring the extensive family together, Is Mrs. Loi'im, of Missouri, urrlvod Crab Orchard Springs, telephoned us proud of his very pronounced success. 1 today to visit Mrs. Alloc Adams. Ad yosterday that Saxton's band would ar- Beside a large number from various vocate. Mits. llonicirr S.vottSRU and daugh- rive last night to furnish music for the parts of this State, they are therefrom My first two weeks in closing out the W. II. Shanks stock were most encouraging ters, Mlesu Cora and Certnulo, of dancers. There will be a big German Missouri, Kansas, Mississippi and Tenand for a continuation I will now ofler the following: ESQ. NORTH TODD GENTRY, nessee with representations from many of Mrs. J. C. Jessamine, are guot-tother States. The general Is tho cenOno of the brightest and most affaHorton. S2. That ir. the round-tri! rato to Mlt. AND MKS. J. V. HOI.DAJI and Cincinnati from here Sunday on the L. tral flcuro and ho wears his honors ble of the Missouri contingent, Is Mr. Mlcsos Huttle and Mamlu HttUord wont Ai X. on account of tho ball game be- otiuin cum dig. They are an Interest- North Todd Gentry, of Columbia. He Ladies' Oxfords, Black and Tan, former prices 51 50. $2 nnd J3, cut to 70c per pr. up to Crab Orchard yesterday to stay tween the Cincinnatts And Bostons. ing lot of people, as well as handsome Is a rising young lawyer and his reMisses' and Children's Oxford, former prices $1.25, $1.75 and $2, cut to 49c per pr. u nnd Intelligent. Mine Host Gus sponse to the welcoming address shows tome time. Train loaves hare at 2:10 a. M. aud Cinl,0i 0 Ladies' Linen Collar, soiled, former price 10c, 15c. and 25c, cut to 1c each. is put to the test in rooming and that he Is a most eloquent nnd ornate IlAItllY GiovaXNOU was on yeer-day'- s cinnati at F. M. A few rolls of Choice Rag Carpet, former price 2oc and 30c, cut to 12Jc per yard. feoding them all, but he accomplishes speaker. on route to Crab Orchard train tho task admirably and mukos every PllTY-Plvi"Withdraw the adverSprings to write up tho Gentrys for the LAND AND STOCK, tisement for girls for the Lexington one feel that ho Is doing his bostfor his Advoeiito. comfort. Wednosday he sproad a ban- TliK expulsion of the ntrts from the Asylum, please," pleadingly wrote Dr. The Glascow News reports sales of penitentiary mauugomont inudti l'ttor Steele Bailey the first day It appeared quot In honor of the family, whose 200 fat hogsatW to .'!. I do not intend handling this line in the future, hence will quote UNHEARD OP Hampton ami J. II. Chappoil 001110 In this impor, after 55 girls had nearly menu ombraeod nearly everything that The Welhls have bought several PRICES to both wholesale nnd retail buyers. tempt the lots of good cattle in Bourbon at Ho. ran htm crazy for the three places at could ploase the palate or marching home. appetite, aud many others besides the Men's Suits, former prices f 10, S12 and $14, Closing Price 3.50 $4 and 5. Mas. J. II. Exoi.oian, ol Danville, his R. Cobb and his tenants lost about Gentrys onjoyod It. Men's Suits, former prices $4, $d and IS, closing prices $1.50, i'2 and $3. 1500 bushels of wheat by bad shocking. Mrs. II. W. Evniis and daughter, Miss BKKClir.ft Adams, manager of the Tuesday evening in the spacious ball Roys' Suits, former prices, 75c, $1.50 and $3, closing price 35c, 75c and $1.25. 100 barrels of nice white corn for Christine, of Kansas City, wrt guests bicycle parade the Uustonville fair, at room In which the Gentrys packod sale. Call on or address O. J. Crow, A full line of OVERCOATS, too low to mention. at Dr. W. X. Cmlg's. on tlm morning of tho 12th, telephones like sardines, Gen. Gentry delivered Odd Pants at vour own price. Turnersvllle. Mus. GKoniii: 11. PiiiMTTand family us that all bicyclist are invited and a hearty and appropriate welcome adGcorgo Keene defeated tho once a visit to of Moroland, aro back from that all must decorate their wheels In dress, which was responded feelingly groat Plaudit In a stake race of a mile relatives in Mn-o- n county. They mail National cjlors. to by Richard Gentry, of Knnsas City, at Saratoga, N. Y., Tuesday. the trip in a carriage. and North Todd Gentry, of Sedalla, Ross Warren bought for S. L. BiiyaN CAitrieXTUit. the bright son A Madison county ropubllcnn Mo., while Miss Love Gentry, of of Lexington, IKt cattle, l,:t00 to of Mr. A. W. Carpenter, will reprt'sent would not admit straight out that Gov. '1 read a very carefully 1,100 pounds, at to 4$. Anderson Lincoln County In the declamatory McCroary wlis the strongest man In prepared and excellent paper giving a News. night. contest at Lnnomtor, Tnordny the district, but suld there would bo no history of the Gentrys from the WILLIAM SHELTON, PRESIDENT. W. D. Weatherford has on exhibiGKO. A. TcciCKIt, of Hii?tonrIllo, was talk of a Madison county republican war to the uroscnt day. She tion in Hustonville a stalk of corn from proHWtlng-havln- g beon persuaded of for Congress, if he had been nominated. was followed by Col. T. P. Hill, of his farm which measures 17 feet and Mercer's superior advantages socially Stanford, who In his Inimitable man- three Inces long. It is 11 feet to the Full Course of Study in Literature, Scionce, Music, Art and Elocution, under culand agriculturally. Harrotlsburg SayTllfltMOXD. Mr. Fulan J Thurmond, ner, told of the noble deeds of the an- first of three good ears. tured and experienced teachers ings. for many years a highly respected and Special ntteation given to Primary nnd Preparatory Classes, MISS Cai.liic HohtoX, the Intk-IllO- U and excellent citizen of this county, cestors of thoso present and the rich Publishers Birdwhistell & Buckley, Call at the College and get a copv of our New Catalogue, or write for one to MRS. inheritance of a good name and patriot-Is- of the Anderson News, have our NANNIE, S. SAUFLEY. Lady Principal. Stanfoid, Ky. JocilNAU's fatthful stonogrnphcr died In Barron county last week at an that they had left for posterity to thanks for complimentary to the fair at aud typewriter, is enjoying a well earn-o- d advanced age. He was a member of emulate and profit by, and which they liwrenceburg, which will be held Preachers-vllle- . rest at her homo noar tliu Christian church und a faithful had done nobly and well. 9 with an attractive program. Aug. follower of the Lord. A business meeting of the family was COL. W. G. Wiclcii Is at Liberty as F. P. Bishop bought of Win. Beck D11. J. B. Owsley asks us to say held Tuesday and an organization efloading counsel for tho Danville and 25 and of J. L. Beck 22 heifers at 3c; pike In the damage suit. that the Lincoln County National Bank fected under the name of "Tho Gentry a Crab Orchard of butcher stuff from West Hon. J. N. Saunders was there this which will succeed the Farmers Bank Family Association," and olllcers were End parties at 3 to IHc: a lot of lambs We keep "tho best" lino of week. follows: President, Gen. A; Trust Co. on or about the 20th will elected as 4c. and sold to D. S. Johnston IS L. II. Adams and wife and be managed by the same officers and W. H. Gentry, of Lexington; Vice at Souiiti: sheep at 53.75. his son, Greenberry Adams and family, directors and that It will assiuno the Presidents, Charles W. Gentry, of Har W. L. Evans, who raised nearly 100 who aro visiting him, are spending a business of the old Institution. rodsburg, Richard Gentry, Kansas bushels of onions in his garden this few days with relatives In the Hubble City, Thomas Benton Gentry, Bamo us that he will put In three A HOPE wulker entertained a large city, Mrs. John D. Harris, Richmond, year, tells Taints, Oils, Varnishes, Lead, Colors nnd Stains. FUESCUIPTION'S careneighborhood. or four acres next year. He believes he Alo "tho best" from "the best" drugs obtainable. Your patronngo is always appreHoyvbll, a pretty crowd here Tuesday evening by ap- Mrs. Theodore Shelton, St. Louis, Miss fully compounded Miss Ethi:i. between Higglns it Susie Gentry, Franklin, Tenn. Secre- can raise 1,000 bushels to the acre, ciated and it will bo our constant aim to sell "tne bes.t" goods at reasonable prices. young lady of Nashville, joined Mrs. pearing In mld-al- r 'l which ho can find market for at 50 W. P. Tate hero and together they McKinney's store and tho Myers tary: L. Hampton Bush, Winchester, cents. started last night to Boston to visit House. A woman In nbrevlated skirts Ky. Board of Directors: North Todd St C. II. Mong, of North Middletown , small limbs handed around the hat Gentry, Columbia, Mo,, chairman, A. and Mrs. C. II. Paine. yesterdny sold 1,000 bushels of wheat and 1.25 was all the fellow got for G. Bush, Winchester, Ky., R. T. GenMllS. ALIir.HT MlMXIt. of &?; for September delivery nt 70 per bush7vXi' Ind., and Mrs. George risking his life. try, Sedalla, Mo., John D. Harris, el. The largest acreage of tobacco H. Gentry, Stuart and son of Paris, who havo been Coach Local freights Nos. Richmond, Ky., Overton ever known in this county is growing visiting Mrs. G. C. Glvens, left for 27 Extha will carry Independence, Mo., Frank Gentry, Ox- In Bourbon this year andthe prospect extra coach and and 26 ford, Miss., Mrs. Cassius M. Clay, Par- Is good. News. their home yesterday. handle passengers between Brodhcad Tin: Advocate says that Robert Far-rl- and Livingston during Brodhcad fair, is, Ky., Miss Elizabeth Gentry, Kansas Secretary W. D. Hocker, of tho Husof this county, who has been with City, Miss Love Gentry, Harrodsburg, tonville fair, tolls us that prospects for August 17 lit, leaving Livingston at ICInnalrd it Wisoman, has engaged (1:05 Mrs. Juel Gentry, Sedalla. Mo., and a fine show of stock arc very flattering. A. M. and Brodhcad returning at with the dry goods firm of Roberts, Mrs. J. V. C. Karnes, Kansus City. :t:45 v. M. One faro for round trip on all Horsemen from Fayette, Jessamine, Wednesduy itorning the exercises Madison and other counties have writ Farrls & Caldwell, of that city. trains. A. E. Albright, Secretary. AMONG thoso who are enjoying tho were continued by Thomas Benton ten for stall accommodations. of Kansas City, who expatiated charms of Crab Orchard Springs wo At tho stock pens, there were about Constable T. G. Nunnelly Gentry, Jailed. noticed Mrs. Martha McAllstor and life of Richard Gentry, who was 600 cattle, Monday, which ranged in Of the Summer Season finds us over to Jailer DeBord Tuesday on the In Mr. and Mrs. A. 12. Hundley, of Dan- turned the Seminole war, and eulo- price from 2 to 4J cts, tho bulk changkilled Sam Brown, colored, charged with gized tho hero in fitting terms. Ho ing hands at 3 and 3J cents. Carithers ville; Mrs. Benedict Spalding, of Leband on the sarao day anon, Mr. J. S. Ilockcr, wife nnd Bon also exhibited a picture of him, his Sheriff Owens arrested and jailed uniform, sword and other things. Miss & Beard, of Lexington, bought several and others whoso going has alCharlio Brown, a brother of the above, Susio Gentry then read In beautiful good mules, including a pair from Milready been chronicled. ton Covington for $170 nnd a pair from who Is charged with cruelty to ani The Chattanooga Times says of Capt. mals and Indicted for carrying con- life story of Congressman Merldlth P. George Ballew for $175 Richmond Gentry, of Tennessee, which was real Register. W. B. Penny and his Co. B., 0th U. men of this compa cealed weapons. While in Danville gem of composition. "The On Summer Goods. Look at our Logan Wednesday, te ny are tho largest In tho regiment, John Adkins, who was Wood arrested Mr. Richard Gentry proposed to ralso EXECUTORS' SALE ! indicted several a fund of 8500 to print a book to give none of them being under fivo feet. ccurts ngo for petit lnrceny, and land- tho names, whereabouts, occupation, 4 Capt. Penny la n magnificent specimen As executors of the lait will of Wyjtt Hughes, ed him In durance vile hero. of physical manhood and beara such a Ac, of tho Gentrys and offered to sub- ileceael, we will, on striking resemblance to tho Prlnco of His Father a Shaker. Maj. Johu scribe $100 of it. Mr. Overton Gentry Wednesday, Aug. 31, 1898. Wales that tho soldiers refer to him Green Ballance, who mustered in tho wanted to place a fitting monument Sell to the highest blililer the farm, aliout two miles jocularly ns H. R. H." Lace Stripe Dimities at 6c, former price 10c. A visit to our Kern-naKentucky regiments at Lexington, was over tho grave of Richard Gentry, the (rout Danville, oa the 1'lcas.int Hill turnpike, containing about Counter means Money Saving to You. here Wednesday examining some re- revolutionary hero, and started tho LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Land. W, T. Acres clerk's oflico. It ball with $100 subscription. Neither cords in tho circuit This place ailjolns the farms of J. V. Caldwell, enKoliInwn, and others. The place contains a FitESH Cakes of all kinds at War seems that tho major's father, Charles of theso propositions mot with an dwelling, two barn, and necessary outbuilding. Ballance, was a Shaker and that for thusiastic response. ren & Shanks. 1 he wH Is fertile. In a high slate ol cultivation, uml name time watered. AIm), at A further effort however secured splendidly (allowing ienH)iialtythe brood mares and reason ho quit tho organization 7 and sale. Address Chas. some the Ghist mill for $295 nnd tho book Is u go. Mr. N. T. Place, colts, tt head ol lino work mules, I milk cows and sued it for services aud his Interest mule 3S head of fine Iuks, tft aires of corn In Ottcnhelm. U. Trub, and calves. Inlands. The suit was filed In 1829 Gentry will edit It. the lU'ld, 34 acres of bay In the stack, a lot of farm Ono of the features of tho meotlng Is lug utensils, rockaway, buggy, household and tablets, and stricken from the docket in 1S32. Gkeat bargains In school 19 kitchen furniture. Iron Fence. Had tho elder Ballance remained with Mrs. Gen. Gentry's parlor band. It Thosilewlll be held on, the premises, and will etc., at Craig & Hockor's. Cypress Shingles. . accom- commence at U'clock, am be sham. tho Shakers and kept his vows, Ken- composed of herself as piano ld for onet bird cash, I he land Tkkm In two Read tho big advertisement of tho tucky might have been minus a mus- panist, Misses Mary Lou Baker and ha lanceper cent. eiual payments ot oneand twojears, Interest on deferred payments from with 6 Russell Springs fair on this pago. will be sold on tering officer, since Shakers do no mar- Ella Martin, of Loxlugton, vocalists, day of sale. The persoual projertyand under, cash I( i the following terms Sumsofiiu baud, which is ry nor nro given In marriage. Maj. Lawrence Gentry, mandolin, and Matt in hand: over $10, three months time without Inter The Springfield brass El'lIUAIM HlIUllKS, Is a cousin of Col. Thomas M. Oliver, violinist. They mako excollont i, (iEOlUlK MliUUKS, said to be a good one, will furnish Ballanceof Danville, and was on a visit music and add much to tho pleasure of J. U.HUGHKS, Green, Metal Roofing. Mill "Work. Executors. music for tho Hustonvlilo fair next Auciloncr. T. D. Englls'i, tho gathering. to him, when ho camo over hero. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL The MuKinney Canning Factory will begin operations to-da- Just what 3 fc m - The Russell Springs Fair -- ts. Aug.23,24,25&26, 1898. Ken-tuckia- n, Every Variety of Racing' and Turf Sport. $1,500 In Premiums. rl We Guarantee 0 Big Fair. EveryDotly can compete. 2-- " Tuo-da- y, JBlJv Everybody's Fair I HERE' FOR u, U. S. REXROAT, SECRETARY, BUSINESS i s p Summer Footwear Must Go Hof-mnn- & :. Gent's Clothing ! I dl-po- Van-Met- er, liar-rodsbur- g, 1 JOHN P. JONES. Stanford Female College. revo-lutlouu- iy Next Session Will Open September 5th. m 10-1- Our Motto: "The Best." car-loa- d A Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, GRAIG HOCKER. Craw-fordsvil- le, m m s, Winding Dp I house-breakin- g, Grinding Out Prices m New Lawns At 4 Cts. nt aio of mMmmmmgMm SEVERANCE St SONS. 1 1 1 111 week. 5l A.C.SIHBJ STANFORD, Ky. m: aj saW j tf"' - jr ir fr V VL THE FORM OP HOLY SCRIPTURE. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL xa.'blS.Bla.eA'Srta.oGAa.yB -- AT- REV. GEO. O. IIAHNKS LEGACY TO THE GENERATION I'KESEXT AND TO COME. (SECOND Acros. Farm 87 And bear In mind, ever, that It Is e On Hanging Pork one mile from rjnn. man, and confusion not, slniplVi sin in well on the Stanford pike. It with lioute of elclit room, nil the among: men, that needs rectification. if lie charged. otald32-CA- - When not in'Oi'tnary oiitliniM. v wntorolniid unThe disorder is a9 wide spread and fulder good" fence, tale Is for the puroo of Write to any of tlio ly developed among t'ae unsinninj: it Miulsfnetory dlvNlon. uiHlerlgiirrfr further particular or mil FREE for a few months to all users of the "fowls of the air: the llsh 01 the sea: V. Dro nt lluttouvllle. J 011 or aclilrets J. IRQVIKiNOCOOUNC1 celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron and the beasts of the Held," as atnonjr Kv. J. W. One Mm. J. I'. I'ldillcr. Mm Kate Brand). To Induce you to try this brand of TIME CUD. sinful men. The hawk pouncinp upon 40 It. Tcrhuuo tuxl Mm. It C. llnulev starch, so that you may find out for yourself of the prove; the the pretty sonjrster onc rouw or thw trm vnu, m Hi that all claims for its superiority and ccon-omKENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. great fish gorging itself on myriads of are true, the makers have had prepared, "small fry;" and the lion pulling down emnly repeated the formula: "May tin Arrrlvesat Stanford at 1:03 A. M. at great expense, a aeries of C . the timid deer, to make a bloody meal, tho Lord bless tho reading of His Holy x Ixmra Stanford at - 2:10 A. UudertQlcor, Net No. 21 Arrives at llowland at 12:00 PAY. all obscure the character of God a9 the Word," It shocked me at the time, I Kentucky Huston villc, - 3:40 No. 22 Leaves Stanford at refuge and helper of his sinless, but remember. But the preacher wa9 uil ol Wt I.lnmlu OdVni lilt wrrlcM to the right, though he little d retimed of tho oppressed creatures. nd Caxy rountlea. rullitockol otiltiianil CMk KNOXVILLE DIVISION. All these things tell us of the pres- storm, his repetition of tho familiar ttimwiTtnn iiaua VI I). H. Caritntr r. Manager1, ence of a malignant "enemy;" thwart- sentence, raised In the minds of his ...12 37 p m No. 24 Train going North ... 2 U a in ing the Divine will; "sowing tares thinking hearers, who Ktiewsomethlng exact reproductions of the 5to,ooo originals by MuTille, which will be given " " No. M " a m ...12 outh " No. 15 puzzling mfnd and of Eliphaz, Zophar and Blltltitl, and reyou ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below. ... 1 27 p m nmong the wheat;" ' No. S3 " heart with entangling problems; and membered bow these "candid friends' These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference, are free of any suggestion of For alllPolnts. Louisville. Ky., obscuring the light of day in the dark- of Job had poured vitriol upon his advertising whatever, and will ornament the most degant apartment. No KO'JGU TICKETS SOLD. manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its wounds by their sententious prattle. HAGGAGE CHECKED T11KOUGH. ness of night. AMERICAN & EUROPEAN For anr Information enquire ol But the mere facts, patent to all, do Yes It was the "word of God," as well customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only in WjANs. not explain "the reason why" he has as the words of a foolish man, at tho the manner specified. The subjects are: JOE S. BICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. the power to do all this. Some, blind- same time. This is the riddle of SamThe Ladles ltwitnnrnnl is l hi HneM in American Wild Ducks, American Pheasant, ly deny facts, they can not explain-li- ke sonGod's riddle wo aro set to solve; the city. Kvcry convenience for ladles English Quail, English Snipe. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. BR'iiding the day in the rity, the ostrich burrowing its head in by patient research, brlngiug "meat The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each Citiilluiicn's Cafe on oltlcu floor. the sand. Others admit them with a out of the eater;" "separating the prea. m. and 1 Plaque is bordered with a band of gold. Trains leave Frankfort ot 6:30 (J. A C. and r. m., connecting at Georgetown with sad confession of the mystery in them, cious from the vile;" digging with perTHOMAS A. MULLIGAN. Leave Paris M. Paris at 8:40 A. M. and 5:10 and the quotation of that convenient severing painstaking for the golden Manager. .t9:20 a. m. and 0:) p. m., connecting at , with (J. AC. and reaching trankrort at 11.53 verse "What we know not now, we arc, that Is to reward our Industry. Mtuic - Tiies lav, Tluinday and Sunday A. u. and 7:20 &-p-H XfTOZ, A. G. P. A. shall know hereafter." This may be "Gems from the mountain, and gold Kvenlii". has been the standard for as years. All purchasers of thr 10 cent or faith or laziness, but it docs not help an from the mine," only thus are brouchi Is Scent pAcknrci of Elastic Starch TWENTY.TWO MILLION (Flat Iron liraud). nrneutltletl QUEEN & CRESCENT. honest, sceptical inquirer; and it is our to light; and, even after that, must pass SUM MICK TOUKS thelrcrrorcr one of theo packages of this brand were sold lxnutlful (Jam Plaques frt. Tho MA business to do that. Wo are our "broth through the workshop of Amsterdam, Tralna para Junction City as follows: last year. That's how good it is. flaQUM will not Im font by mail, 4 11pm er's keepers," whether we like the re- - or the smelting pot, to rid them of enbo obtained only from your 02 p m No. 2 North No. 1 South .....12 ASK YOUR DEALER 34 am trrocor. 1149am "4 " No. 3 " Ulpm sponsibllty or not; and we ought to crusting impurities, or mingling dross, Wo. 5 " . UlSam " 6 " Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. to show you the plaques and tell 600am help every one in distress, whether of before either can glitter on the diadems 8 03pm . "10 No. 9 TO Tin: Do not delay. This offer you about Elastic Starch. Accept No. does not stop. No. 2 stops only for pasen-co- t suffering body or perplexed mind. We of monarchs, or enhance the charms of is for a short timo only. run no furfrom South of Somerset J and lu no substitute. Mountains, Lakes and Seashore. are bound by every dictate of humani- beauty. There are texts of Scripture ther than Junction City and 5 and only to ty, as well as by the authoritative com- that must be crushed by violence, and Luw lUlMHtll'w In rftrtl to Put III Hay, Man. I. of Ijik 1'rte, IVe ( liuluUJ Sn; mand of Scripture to give "a reason for ground to powder beforo they will yield Hirer, ara rail, Thuuuml UUiiJ. ft w Kiitfiand Adirondack. IjiVm Grse. the hope within us" not a quotation, up their hidden wealth of meaning. Tu tint (liral ljle tla He relal. J, NuiJufAjr. Tole that explains nothing. dn, IVtrult or Itrnun llartor To Ml Ormn, There are others that need the careful MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. To the Nortliowt Marklnar and MUkla Now, if this perplexity in "Nature" handling that only the Spiritual "exrur tain, and Weil via St l.ut and ihla : riMiln. time nf train and full tartl ulam, sdy to exists; and the "Book of Nature" Is pert" can bestow; but, which, thus any ajtfiit"ili" Itunn, oradJiex, K. O McCOHMK K, WAIlltr.N J l. N 11, Newly furnished; clean beds; aplenchd hard to be understood, why should I treated, tlash diamond truth upon the rasa. TraCk Mer Am. t.en Tatt. A Tkt ArI Porters expect the "Book of Grace" to bo any eye, anointed to behold it. tabic Everything llSt INN ATI. O S9 clearer? If Satan obscures one, why meet all trains. No need, in all this, to charge the not the other? Is God in Providence,a dear God. with the crime and folly of less sacred personage than God in the hidden truth; or concealing gold and A. S. person of His Son? For some reason gems, till it costs the lives of men to Surgeon this arch enemy has blotted the record rescue them from useless imprisonDentist, 4LUHILL in every way the Written Word; the ment. That were to ascribe to Him Living Word; the face of Nature; and the folly and wickedness, described by Out of suits that con from J10 to 512. Call at once and get first choice as Ky. there the revelations of grace. There were His own Word as "damnable" (Rom. Goods will not last long at ihe price. OSnover Mcltobert' Drug Store in the0waley those Building. to whom the Christ of God was m:S), of "doing evil that good may never any one more than "Joseph, the come." This Is the blunder and Crab Orchard, Ky. carpenter's son." There were others worse of a false theology, ulong the J- to whom He was a Prophet; a "Teacher ages. Let us ascribe the gold to God; sent of God;" yet others to whom He the gems to God; for His heaven is built & PLUMBING, was an Impostor from first to last. Only of both. And let us lay to tho Devil's : KY., to a "little flock" was He the Christ charge, where the wrong belongs, ull Self-Foldin-g Co., la now prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing the Son of the living God:" "God over the obscurement of this wondrous nnd Tinning. Solo proprietors of Dean's all, blessed forcvermore. ' A mere beauty; whether of Truth, hidden by KOUNDltD JWOO. Black Diamond Roof Paint. Telephone No. 20, residence. Shop on Mill St.. oppslte J, handful of obscure men knew Him as enveloping error, or nullified by the tt H. Baugbman & Co.'s Mill He was. "earthen vessel" that holds it; or the As with the Llvlne Word, so with diamond, plastered with mephltic mud) the written. The differing views of till one can hardly suspectthe presence 8 STAN KOIU), KV. different men scholarly and Ignorant, oi a precious gem. 9 multiply with such appalling rapidity These generalizations being, unthat It will not be long, unless the tide doubtedly, true, It, by no means, folturns, until those who believe In the lows that those who are dragging the old fashioned Bible as God's Holy .and "Written Word" from its proper ped'4IJF fciW13LWES5BMaHr!' Inerrant word, will be like the fisher estal of Authority, by criticisms men of Gallllec compared with the in- "Higher" or lower, are right. On the habitants of Palestine. contrary, this view of the "rorm 01 Stanfokd, Kv., We offer a All these divergent opinions tell me Holy Scripture" convicts them of being of the inherent obscurity of the sub in the wrong. They may have made Ills ject, and not only of the blindness or discoveries that are true. They have of those who seek to saddled them with theories that are GoocIh. know the truth. "Search the Scrip false, as false can be. To close up the season. All we ask Is to give us n call. Opposite Goods Warranted. tures" is an exhortation that admits It Is a short step from convicting the they are hidden and obscure. Jesus, "Written Word," in the 1st chapter of Fit Guaranteed. for some reason, spake In "parables" Genesis, of scientific errancy, in the And Dealer in Give Him a Call. that tned the faith and patience of His suborned court of a spurious criticism; HARNESS, SADDLERY, &C. disciples, once and again. It was, even, to the charge against the "Living predicted hundreds of years before His Word," that He deliberately accepted STANFORD, KY. Co coming, that He would "open His current error, and passed It on without mouth in dark sayings. Some spell of a word to show His disapproval of it, OK STANFOItP, KY. obscurity secured to shadow Ills every or disbelief in it; thus leaving us to Agriculture, Mechanical Knginecrini;, Kleclric.il Engineering, Paid tip Capital, Oilers inttructinn $200,000 00 utterance, so that even in matters of grope and flounder, with Him, who is Civil Engineering, inthree linc of Scientific Study, viz: THE Hinjoglral 17,603 SO life and death His words were obscur- "The Truth" doing what he can to lead Chemical, Classic and Pedagogy, each of which leads Mathematical, Twenty-Eig- nnd Surpht, run to it tlegree. m s l'rofe.-sor- .s and Assistants. Laboratories and imixeiims Inrgu and well equipped. Ul est, where they needed to be crystal us astray; yet laying us under condem- uoumy llr rrovlilon of Its clurter. druoaltori ate a iippoiiiu-c.ireo iiiiuoii, matriculation, ittei ami ngtH ami room rent. fully iirtitcctnl at aru ilrxnltur In Nalloiul IUnki, clear. nation, If we e'lther follow, or do not to in uamiumen twills iiviu iiuimuiimiT liable to And more than that. The Divine follow Him. What "confusion worse i i.ni:iiii.' uaiviim;s iusu givenper iippoimi't's who remain mo itiu collegiate vear, PENETRATES ..'o weclc, In private lamilios t'2 50 to J3. Ilo'anl, uni- - tliecxttut oftlin amount of llielratuck tliertln at Uoanl in dormitories the )ar vahif tlirnijf, ihaiMitlon to the Amount In. Master is made to say in the cruel "let confounded" is this? Now, with all lorm, nooks antl washing need not exceed 1120 per year. Twtnl io iiii'lt aliarrt. It mar act as vxveutor. ad. EIGHT GREAT STATES ter" of tho word that He spoke to the these modet'n or ancient attempts to Fall Term inlnltrtor,truUv, Ac , an fully as an ImllTlilual. in TuiderlriK our lhaiili to tliow who hate rutruat Preliminary Examinations Hut Monday in September. Kentucky. Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia, overwhelming majority of men, in all make our Bible less than the infalllblo rl thtlr biulursa to u, we trust they will coutiuua to Jo to, and we oiler as AKiiarantrefor prompt at. For catalogues and other information apply to North and South Carolina, a?cs, this side the Millennium, in ob- Book It Is, what is here written holds teutlon to same our VOj ears' cx'iieiic In dank Alabama, Mississippi. scure parables, that "seeing they might no fellowship, whatever. lug ml as liberal accommodations usaie consistent If., L. E. IT., with sound banking not see; and hearing they might not (TO HE CONTINUED.; DimcTom. hear; lest they should see with their Mt. J.J. Williams, II. Veruon; About one month ugo my child, W. eyes and hear with their ears, and be Cuuimlus, rrenclifrsTlllt; . J. II. Owsley, J. S Owsley, Sr., Between Louisville am' the Soutli. converted." That Is, if the surface which Is fifteen months old, had an atWilliam Hooch, S. II. Shanks, S. J. Kwbry, by vomJ. K. Cast, tack of diarrhoea accompanied meaning of the words be the true A. W. Car'iilr J. K. l.yim, K a, .. .ucuvirv. S them, He purposely spoke ob', iting. I gaveltsuch remedies as are usDAILY CD urrtCKRS. 13 svuruiy, so uiut muy couiu easily mis ually given in such cases, butns nothing S. II. Shanks. President: Each way betweeu Louisville and Lexington gaye relief, we sent for a physician C J. II. Owsley Cashier; understand His meaning, and then W.M. Hrlght E W. A. TURK, O. P. A., tiler damned them for not understanding. and It was under his care for a week. u rr. Washington. I). C. ? s CD c The Devil himself could hardly occupy At this time the child had been biuk Y. II. TAVLOE. A. O. 1. A. NATIONAL BANK Louisville, Ky an unlovelier position than the Mas- for about 10 days ana was having about ter's in this Scripture. Truly "the 2.1 operations of the bowels every 12 OF STANFOltl), KY. C3 letter killeth." We must read between hours, and we were convinced that unthese lines, or throw away our Bibles less it soon obtained relief it would not n Capital Stock $100,000. Surpluc, 815.750 Colic, Cholera in despair of fathoming its meaning, if live. Chamberlain's reccomend-cd- , and Diarrhoea Remedy was Attention ol the public Is railed to the f.ict that not in deep diegust. this Is the only National llauk in Stanford. Unsoon notand I decided to try it. When Jesus, In miracles, "manifestder the provision ol the National Dank Act c s depositors nro secured not only br the capital stock ed forth His glory" so that His half iced a change for the better; by its but by tho stockholders' llabll'lty lor on amount cS continued use a complete cure was equal tn the stock so that depositors of this inttltu. convinced disciples "believed on Him," tlon aro secured by a fund ol JJCO.OOO. TUa woro whut did the manifestation prove but brought about and it Is now perfectly statements ol tho comlltlonot tin. Hint m ....i each year Io the United Slate (loveruiucut and It healthy. C. L. Boggs, Sturapton, Gil previous concealment? The treasure aueta are examined at stated time by Koveiumcnt agent, tliua securing additional and irtect aatet Is hidden and must be searched for. mer Co., W. Va., For sale by Craig A: to depositor. This institution originally established as the !) Patient waiting on tho Lord, and "fol- Hocker, Druggists. posit Hank ol Stanford In 1838, then reorganlied a lowing on to know" Ilim, can alone the National Hank ofStauloid In 1C3 andairalD Tom Do you know that your lips reorganised as the First National Dank of Stanford disentangle the confusions of tho Word are red, your teeth are white and your In 1082, has had practically an uninterrupted oxiaW living or written. Some, in olden eyes are heaven's own blue? better "Wc will store wheat at a less price than you can store ence for 33 years. It I buslneu supplied uow wltl. facilities for transacting promptly and time, because they would not patiently than ver More hi Its long and honorable of It? Madge Well, what career. Account pi Individual, fiduciaries, firm sit at His feet, until He mado plain the yourself. All who stored last year made money, Also and Individuals solicited. Tom Those are the nutlonal colors, frowning words His dear lips were and I must salute them. DIHICTORS. mado to speak, "went back, and walked F. Held, Lincoln Call and S.T.larrU, Co.; s. W. Ilaughmin, J Haydcn, Stanford And he proceeded to do &o ad libitum. will either buy, store or sell you sacksto store. II. ' , no more with Him." Other some, J. S. Hocker, T. P. Hill, W. P. V'alton ' V. a. Trbble. George Todd, a wealthy resident of sec us. amazed and stumbled, yet staggered on J.H. Colller.Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. after Ilim; in splto of everything' be- New York, committed suicide Tuesday M, D. tl more, Stanford. Wtmak J. need, G. P. A., Chicago. lieving on Him; and to those, in due by jumping from a tenth story window ornciRs. J S. JUocker, President; J. J. Mcltobert Caabl E. II. Bacon, V. P. A., Louisville, Ky time, the light that revealed the bid-- J in the Hotel Majestic. A. a..5.X"rt4ixT-- o INSTALLMENT.) sa ykak in advvxcjc O 111 rttiiiii IgTOlif """ den mystery broke In. And thus will it be till the light of glory dawns. Till "In Ills light, we see light," It must be a "narrow way" in which we walk where there is only room for two, with all tho rest shut out. Then, only, shall we not "wrest Scripture;" to our "own." and others', "destruction." I once heard a good minister read a lesson from Job xvm, containing the words of Blldad, the Shuhlte platitudes that the Lord not ouly did not own, but denounced as follies worthy of stripes, in summing up the long logo muchics of the four theologians. As ho closed the book, tho preacher sol FARM FOR SALE ! iSlB D A Beautiful If not hold prlvnti'lv at auction on SATUllPAY, we will ki'II OCT. 1, 1MH. it II1M011-vlll- Present of 12 I y J. T. STJTTON 1 GAME PLAQUES LOUIS1ZILLE HOTEL zi reach-In- st 1 n 'Mrs.-e-tow- ELASTIC STARCH How To Got Thorn: "Big Four Route, if il 1 G tom-cme- U Mason Hotel Kentucky. first-clas- s. lAncaster, BIG DRIVE IN lltt ODD PANTS ! tri-- PRICE, Black, Clay, Worsted, (Stanford, AT ONLY 32.50, W. FIRE INSURANCE TINNING STANFORD, T. 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