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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898080901 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. SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVII. NEWS IN THE VICINAGE, DANVILLE. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST !). 1898. NO. 45 An organized burnt tole I.OoO chick ens In Montgomery county. A Hurrodsbnrg bar keeper was tlnotl 8'iOfoi'Kcinnir whUky to un Inebriate. The mother of State Inspector Lector died at Williamsburg, aged S.l. Wash Wood eon. of Uetlll county, died suddenly and wn devoured by his swine. I The Sometot I'ur.igon heads a dun" to lu patrons with a big picture of President MelClnley. A reunion of the iltslo' family will bj held near Wehinond, Aug. 20. Sev- oral hundred arc expected. Deiiutv Sherlir l'aitln, of Hell. hot , and mortally wounded Lewi-- Purlin, who ran when he tried to arret him. -- Howard Coleman, ugert 5, wa- - given a workhouse sentence for wounding Hov nett Hoard. The Lebanon bank compromised with tho llscal court by paying f0 per cent of tho taxed duo by them for the They begin joung at Huriod.biirg. years lMl-'O- S. Sidney Halo has been appointed postmaster at Add, Laurel county; Muo Huntington at Altamont, buiiiu county, and S. S. Cox at Wayside In Andorcon. I At Herea the skull of tho old child of Mrs. K- Mobley was broken A largo piece by tho kick of a hore-eof tho skull was removed, and the child la living. A guard at tho Frankfort penitentiary shot aud badly wounded Lewis Hector, a whlto convict of Laurel, when ho attempted to escape. Hector was a trusty cook. Mr. J. Nathan Elliot has been elected professor of Latin and elocution In Woodland College, Independence, Mo., and will assume his new duties In September. MayJleld Monitor. W. S. Hilton, tho hutting Junction City merchant, has opened a store at Hast Texas, Washington county, and Charley Slatightor and W. T. of Junction City, aro running It. Houbon Thomas shot John Garrett an l'anoln, Madison county, with a Winchester rlllo. The shot took e flirt In tho breast and went clear through. Tho trouble urose over a settlement. lT. S. Marshal A. I). James has trans ferred Field Deputy W. T. Short from Hast Hernstadt to Ml. ernon D. A Wallace, the Held deputy stationed at Mt. ernon, was discharged from tho service for getting Into trouble with Conductor Delph at Corbln, whon dx-yo. Hlcl-d-so- ho was held In S"00 bond. POLITICAL POINTS. S. H. Hlshlnan takes C. W. Met cilfo's place as Committeeman for tho Sayros nominated for govornor by tho Texas democrats has been In years. Congress Collector Coiningoro. of Covington, rovoked tho commissions of 10 store keepers avowedly In retalliatlon for tho wholesale discharge of republican State olllclals. Legislative district conventions will bo held In Louisville Aug. 27 to solect delegates to a convention to bo held at Louisville on tho 2th to nominate a candidate for Congress. J. N. ICohoo led In tho primaries In tho Uth district Saturday, with Waller Sharp a strong second. It takes ." to nominate and Kehoo has 17. The convention will be held ut Cynthlana Wednesday. Tho committee composing tho 27th judicial district met at this pluco last Saturday and ordersd a primary to bo hold September 17th, to nominate a republican candidate for circuit judge In this district. London ICentueklan. It is positively stated mat tho Courier-J- llth district. J. D. 1 1 ournal and Times will hereafter support all tho Democratic nominees, Including Hryan on a free sliver platform In 1000. This information comes ffom tho very highest authority, one of tho active managers of tho paper and one who la supposed to control Its polities. Klizabethtown News. "CHURCH CHATTER, Joseph Se"orance and Ed Hubaro conducting a meeting at How-lanbard Hovb. d. v Hov. W. S. Grlnstead will preach his last sermon for the conference year at McKlnney next Sunday afternoon. Tho First Presbyterian church at Lebanon has called as their pastor tho Rev. L. C. Noel, of Taylor, Texas. Tho church has been without a pastor for Hovcrul mouths. Tho Cynthlana Democrat says that Elder J. T. Sharrard now has charge of two churches, Athens and Old la Fayetto county. Tho Rev. W. R. Lloyd, of Richmond, is holding a meeting at the former wlthoOudditions to last accounts. Thoso who hayc hoard those earnest young men, Revs. C. H. Neal and "V. G. Cram, preach at tho Methodist church speak in highest praise of tho manrcr In which they expound tho gospel und say that they aro destined to writo their names high In church annals. Tho meeting will likely last till next Sunday night. Uu-ion, T U E S ECON D R EG I M E NT. Camp Thomas, Aug. .1. The first John H. Embry bought of Gentry Bios, about 17.1 uattlo at nearly .hj. battalion, couponed of Companies A. Rev. F. W. Allen, of Stanford E. II. and L. nnd commanded by Major preuehed Sunday morning at tho Chris E. L. Hulburn, Is now encamped on tho famous Snodgrass Hills and ubout half tlan church. Messrs. Will and Tom Daughman a mile trom the tower. Wo came over have bought the farm of the late Mrs. under "heavy marching orders" Mon day morning for the purpose of target Samuel Baughman. Gov. J. Proctor Knott has n very In- shooting, but I would be quite premateresting relic, an umbrella handle, ture If I should say our "target pracformerly owned by James K. Polk, tice" was satisfactory, as wo have at wlio-- o name Is carved on the end. Ills this writing done no practicing at all. now exhibited in McDowell's wiudow. We are about two miles from the reguThe Danville base ball team suffered lar camp and only brought our shelter defeat at Richmond Thursday and Fri- tents, ponchos, blankets, haversacks, day In two very Interesting and close canteen, "dishes," guns und side arms games. In the tlrst the score was 3 to with us. The rconery here is quite 7, the second b to .. The home team plcturosque you can see 10 miles In was very unfortunate In having two of some places and the beautiful Snod Its players Injured. Nloholasvlllc plays grass Hill and tower lay right in front of us, while over on the other hand it In Danville this week. Mr. Sam Cotton, son of Mr. Thomas is quite diire rent us you can see noth Cotton, living near Darn Hie, was killed Ing but tents and trees and eun't see a Saturday afternoon In a very horrible quarter of a mile away. This is an awful pouch country and manner. He was breaking two voung there are three orcnards in half mile of horses by driving them to a drag. It is BiiiobO(l that tho team became here. Here we are all one. The comfrightened, ran away and dragged him missioned ollleers and privates mess some distance. He was badly mangled together,joke each other aud tire having and lived about three hours, but nover a good old time all around. When It regained consciousness. The deceased rains it pours In Georgia and a rainy was unmarried and about 10 years of spell generally lasts from one to two weeks. It has now rained every day age. Messrs. Arch and Alfred and Miss for the past 10 days aud It looks like we Mary Robertson left Sunday night for will lmvo another downpour today. The chances aro that we will come Now York. Messrs. John and George McHoberts, Charlie f:eil, Robt. Salter, homo without tiring a gun at the eneHorace Bowman, Will Dunn uuended my. We may get to go to some Island tho governor's hall at Crab Orchard and guard for awhile, but I rather Springs. Len G. Edelen, of Burgln, think wo will have nine chances out of was in D.invlllo Saturday looking 10 of being mustered out of sorvlce in younger than he did 10 years ago. Prof. side of two months. The recruits have at last been equipsum is spetiutng a low davs at Crab Orehard during the Gentry re- ped or partly so and now "all coons union. Miss Mamie Bowman, of Lou- look alike." There has been some isville, Is visiting relatives In this city. pretty strong talk of tho Secoud regiDr. Wyatt Letcher has gone to Hen- - ment moving their camp to some other dorsonvuie, N C. Mrs. Ike LanJor spot, but "Peace" whl probably knock has returned from Louisville, leaving that In tho head. One of the most Interesting proceedher daughter, Miss Annie, under treat ment of Dr. Cheatham. Misses Louise ings of the day is guard mount. Every Bohon, Emily Letcher, Joslo May Me Incoming guard has on his blouse but- boot! win returned today from Miss toned, guns und bayonets glistening Bronaugh's house party at Nicholas und those wishing to be orderly have ville. Mrs. Jacob Huguely gave a trip their shoes blacked and wear white to Shakenown Saturday to her daugh- gloves. The band makes the air resound ter aud guost, Miss Sarah Ingram, of with patriotic airs. All guns are careLouisville. The L. A. S. S. and their fully inspected by the otllcer of the day visitors only were Invited. Mrs. Lem- and guards are formed into two plauel McMcIIenry, of Louisville, Is vis- toons which march around In circle iting her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Cecil. and aro then divided into three reliefs. Miss Lucy Webb, of Lexington, Is tho A relief is on two hours and oil four. The writer Is now a representative guest of Mis, Bessie Wool folk. for the Chattanooga Times in tho Sec HUBBLE. ond Regiment and with tho great I.. L. Hubble sold the Dalton sheep amount of mall s ho receives is of his time. to D. N. Prewitt at Hie. S. II. Veagor writing about ,Vill quit for the present. 0 bjughtsomushoats of Mrs. Dalton at Clahenck Coleman. 3ie, and some of J. F. Rlgney and John L'udorwood at same price. MIDDLEBURO. Miss Emma Johnson, of Nicholas-vlllCloyd A: Hicks bought 4 good calves is visiting Mrs. Ed Minor and friends In this community. Dr. Bush in Adair aud Russell. Emmelt MeCot d of sheep to presented Mr. Billy Mason Suttoti mick shipped a with a due girl last Monday. Owsley Cincinnati Thursday. Rev. It. B. Mahony, of Stanford, Carman, who was reported very 111 at preached two interesting discourses Chlokamauga. Is at home on a 10 days' furlough. Mrs. Joseph MeCarley is here. Bro. Mahony was pastor of tho ilxlng to move to Mlllodgovlllo to ltvo church here some ! years ago and evwith her daughter. J. B. Roblcson Is erybody wns glad to see him. Tom Spears, who is authority as a In tho community on business again. Gcorgo Wood did not; get any sheep In weather prophet as well as a judge of Tennessue, as reported. Ho bought good "chuwin" tobacco, said If it rail.- some In Boyle county, butsays they are ed on the 2.1th day of July It would rain very scarce every where. Jos. Grllllni 40 days in succession. A good shovvur who has a position In the Lexington fell that day and his prophecy is hold' Asylum, brought his family over on a ing good. The South Kentucky Association will short visit Saturday. Mr. Logan Dun bar has returned to Russoll, after visit- convene at the Baptist church here on ing his brother, S. Dunbar, here for a tho 10th. Rev. Daukltn will preach at few days. Mr. Sam Hlgglns and fami- the Baptist church on tho 2nd Saturly, of Somerset, and Joseph King and day and Sunday following, when a full f.unlly, of Pronehersvillc, are visiting attendance of the membership is reMr. L. C. King and family, of this quested. The meeting at tho Christian church near Yoscmlte, conducted by place. Revs. Brewer and Montgomery, was to CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION. have closed Sunday. Hov. Slmer has probably skipped the DANVILLE, Aug. 2, lS9a. Tho Unit county. He has not been seen forsome ed States Civil Service Commission days and it Is reported that ho went to announces that an examination will be lino that was assessed held for tho Internal Ruvenuo Servlco Tennessee. The against him at his lute trial at Liberty In this city on some date between Oct. wus not paid at last accounts, besides 1st and loth, l$i)S. All persons who do- WO duo Miss Lucy Short. Messrs. Les. biro to bo examined should apply to the lie and D. W. Carman aro sureties for Secretary of the Board of Examiners at as they aro responsible Danville, Ky., for application blanks, tho rent and gentlemen they will have to pony up. and full information relative to the scope of tho examination. Applications Limoges has just held its human hair on Form 101 must bo tiled In complete market, women from all tho country form with tho Secretary of the Board round coming their to sell their braids. prior to tho hour of closing busidess on Tho price is now, on the average, $o a September 1st; otherwise, the appleants pound; 20 yeurs ngo It was $10. When cannot bo examined. Soou after tiling a bargain has been struck tho woman is applications, applicants will be notified taken to the nearest inn and shorn. At of tho oxact dato of examination. tho last market $L,000 worth of hulr W. II. Milleii, Secy. was bought. One fourth of the people on the earth Thorc seems to bo a bad streak in die before tho age of 0, one half bofore tho Collins girls of Midway. May, It tho ago of 10 and ono person in each 100 will bo remembered, was asphlxluted boru lives to tho age of 05. In a room in Boston with tho famous atheist, Sum Putman, whoso disciplo The hest kemedy for flux. sho was, and now a younger sister, Mr. John Mathlus, a well known Julia, after disgracing herself In u sa stock dealer of Pulaski, Ky., says: loon at Midway in company with a fast "After aulleiing for over a week with married woman, has run oil with her flux, and my physician having failed to and tho worst feurs about her arc relieve me, I wus advised to try Colic, I holera and Diarrhoea doubtless realized. Remedv, and havo tho pleasure of statTho manugors of tho Lexington ing that tho half of ono bottle cured Lunatic Asylum contracted for 2,C00 mo. For sale by Craig it Hocker, Druggists. tons of coal at $1.69. I three-fourthe, New Hustonville Fair, At Hustonville, Ky., Three Days, Beginning- Wednesday, Aug. 10th. - Old Fashioned Fair Willi $1,500-0- 0 IN -- PREMIUMS. TO- - Ladles FREE First Day. Write For Catalogue. W. D. Hocker, Secy. W. G. COWAN, Prcs. WE WANT LARENCE E. WOODS, Customcr of ours. We wil give you the Of Richmond, who has just been elected grand recorder of the bigma Nu Society for the fourth time and made the editor of its organ, Is one of the brightest of meu and readlestof writers. In addition to his other duties he is associate editor of the Richmond Climax Give us a call and see for yourself. E.vtraordinarv Bargains in Fine Suit3. and the scintilations of his pen have Cut Prices. Suits Cleaned and Pressed. Merchant Tail-- , given that excellent paper much of its oring. Suits made here. Big Cut in Shoes. enviable reputation. In addition to his other gifts, Mr. Woods is one of the most companionable of men and the C Best Values Your JVJoey Buy. Telephone No. 136. z. Gat? Mid-Seaso- n The Globe,, J. L. Frohman & Co., DANVILLE, KY. kmfm iAm 1 truest of friends, who would go even further than the length of his cable tow to oblige or assist one. He is still in the summer of a robust life and with a lovely wife and pretty child enjoys the good things of earth, which holds such grand probabilities for him. MATRIMONIAL A 'z. mi& JA ta't af yjhij altatr 4J5 1 WE WANT HI ! TO SAY MATTERS. Right now a word about our Fall and Winter Shoes. Little Early hut we arc eager to call your attention to these goods. In the first place we have taken unusual care in selecting the stock and aro pleased to know that we will be able to car-loa- Thomas Martin and Miss Sarah Sav lor were united In marriage at Albert Savior's Friday. Jumes Collier, aged 21, and Miss Daisy Anderson, 17, were married at J. L. Anderson's yesterday. A Hardin county squire got seven kisses from the blushing bride for tying her to the man of her choice. Claude Clark, a brakeman, had both legs cut oil by a caboose running over him at Barbourville. He died shortlv afterwards. John Wallace, a widdower of GO, aud Mrs. Sullie Howard, aged 03, and the mother of nine living children, were married at Anderson, 111. William Harrison, a popular railroad man of Somerset, and MUs Lucy, the pretty daughter of Ward Tate, of Pulaski, were married last week. Corporal St. James, Thirty-fiftMichigan Infantry, was married, and killed by his brother-in-laa little while afterward because of aspersions on his wife's character. At St. Louis, Mrs. Sullie Winston is suing for divorce because her husband eats onions, drinks whisky and smokes meun cigars. She should secure separation by all means. When Mrs. Emma Arnold, of St. Louis, wns lutrpduced to Lt. Hobsou at New Yor.k, she asked him to kiss her and ho gave her a resounding smack on her suuey Up. It has just leaked out that Prof. J. W. Carnuhan of tho Sue Bennett Institute, ot London, and Miss Mollie, daughter of J. T. Williams, of the same town, were married in June. Tho Somerset Paragon savs that Rufo Ashurst, a widower, and Mrs. Nellie Drummond Owens were mnr- lied a few days ago. Mrs. Owens to llvo In Scanford with Mr. and Mrs. W.I11 Foster. Sample Prult, of Pulaski, married Miss Josephlue Merrlx 40 years ago. They lived together 15 years and were divorced. Both married again and both were divorced. For the third time both married and strango to say, both were subsequently divorced. Last week they met and decided to try it together again and securing u license were soon reunited, let us hope this time for nye. h w u-- ed 1 Meet Every Want In Shoes. "T- u - Secondly, the prices that we expect to put on these goods will be attractive. Thirdly, our styles will bo exactly right. Every mother that has a boy or girl that she wants to shoe substantially will be These goods will be on hand in good season. il w 111 35- - fil CA LOWELL A LANIER, The Leading Shoo and Furnishing DANVILLE, House, SY. We Make It A Rule To Furnish 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 us. r PENNY'S DRUG STORE. m :.-.a. d m . .' . u YOUR OWN : ili To-da- y PRICE. I m ai 91 i Kf wo put on sale our eniiro stock of 3 till . ii : tv 9 I, I a Lailiss' & Children's Slippers At a Price That Will Sell Them. I i : ;' Cost Not Considered. If you need a pair look at them. 3: a . Last of the Season Grand popular excursion to Huntington W. Va. and return including a steamboat rldo to the famous Horse Shoe bend free of charge, Sunday Aug. 21st. Tickets good going and returning on special excursion train leaving Lexington going at 7 A. M., returning leavlnr Huntington 0; 30 p.m. Stops can bo made at Ashland and uatiettsourg If desired. Lookr at the low rates ottered for this excursion. From Lexington and Hedges Inclusive. $1.50,f i om Thomson and Salt Lick Inclu sive, 9U'm, lrom Farmer and Enter prise Inclusive. S1.00, From OHvo Hill anu ivugore inclusive, to cents, From Mead and Ashland Inclusive. 50 cents. For further particulars call on or mU dress Ticket Agent Chesapeake & Ohio It Isadmlttedat London that extreme diplomatic tension exists between Great Rrltuin and Russia. It is hoped that, tho firmer stand taken by tho Marquis of Salisbury will check Russian aggressiveness, but Great Britain will bo ready to mobilize her lleet on short no tlce. 1 ,v . g; : Cheaper Than I Can Buy I Them Myself. H. J. Mo ROBERTS. -- 191 I k 'VJ FIIESII LINE OF- - Cham-boiiain- 'a Dry Goods, Groceries And Genral Merchandise. Every Thing Way Down. Call And See Me. MARK HARDIN. STANFORD. . ; r1 1 i 1 . H ifJ-J- "( y- - tt jf lWT11 1MM MJilOJilW h! U VI Though no formal acceptance has COMMITTEE MEETING. It Is feared tho whole of Shaftor's been made by Spain to this govern army can not be embarked before SepTho democratic county commltteo ment's terms for peace, at this writing! tember 1. He reports 4 81 now cases of met at Stanford yesterday with tho fol It Is generally understood that tho re- fever In his army on Saturday, and lowing members present: J. E. Carson, Aug. 9. 1S9S ply which Is soon to be forthcoming Is 477 returned to duty. There are now Kv.. Stanford. S. M. Owens, J E. Wright, A. C. Im2,C'IS on the hospital list, of whom a full acceptance of the conditions Dunu, M. S. naughmnn, D. F. Logan, posed. Tho Impression at Washington have fever. He reports for two days 10 T. W. Hutchinson, W. L. McCnrtyand w. is that the war is over and peace wil1 deaths, seven being from various forms W. F. Camden. J. E. Carson tendered be declared in a few days and prepara- of fever. his resignation as chairman, which was Gen. Miles' army is moving forward tions to that end are being made. Even Democratic Nominee Tor Congress accepted and S. M. Owens was elected after the cessation of hostilities n long in three columns. The townofGuyama ns chairman In his stead. R. L. Collier UON. G. G. time will bo required to perform the was taken by Hains' brigade, after a was recommended for appointment as peace terms and It Is calculated that skirmish in which three Americans committeeman from Of Shelby County the Crab Orchard Spain will take three or four months were wounded, but uone seriously. precinct, No. 1. The following resoluto complete the evacuation of Port After the town wastakon the Spaniards tion was A great many of our people will then adopted: Rico and Cuba. This will obviate the attacked again but were routed, after remember Stephen A. Douglas, Jr., Whereas, J. E. Carson has this day To more fcll Summer Goods to make room the lmiuene stock of Fall Goods of sending American troops a two hours' engagement with the tendered his resignation as chairman the fellow who was as broad as he was necessity that (ucnltctidr bought. Ohio infantry. long, and made a speech for the repub- to Havana till better weather condi- Fourth of the democratic county committee of According to a o'.osn 'personal friend Lincoln county, now be In 1S9G from the gallows tions prevail and be entirely satisfaclican ticket it resolved by While of President McKlnley the presldeut tho democratic county committee of yard tory to tho administration. stand erected In the court-hous- e many of the soldiers may come home, expects the permanent possession of said county In session assembled that for the Negro Anthony Alcorn. He goods cut to "Jc. 10c good cut to $c. 15c goods cu to with u is saiu mat iw,uvo or more win ue Manila and the island of Luzon by the It Is with tho profoundost regret that 7Jc goodi cut to 3c. 8 then made an explanation why he 12jc. i0c goods cut to 17o. democratic necessary for garrison duty for the United States, to bo one of tho fruits we accept his resignation as such, and a father so Illustrious in espoused the present, if Indeed the army Is not per- of the war. He Is said, on similar hereby tender him the grateful thanks councils, should have authority, to expect the Cuban ques- of figure. cause of republicanism. He Inherits manently kept at that the democratic party of said county tion to resolve Itself into a protectorconsiderable of his father's talents and Secketaky Alger Is coming in for ate, with u view to ultimate annex- for the faithful and utliclent manner In of course made a good speech from his much adverse criticism for his con which he hns so faithfully andenlelcnt-l- y New fresh stock at 4jc, 8 10c. 15c nnd Twenty Cent. standnolnt. But the fat and funny temptible action in making public ation. served it ns county chairman during in com Col. San Martin, who was looking fellow has seen the error of his some correspondence between him and his term; nnd further that we recognize mand of the Spanish garrison at Ponce, acknowledged that his father way and in him a democrat loyal to his party Roosevelt, in which he administers a is said in a dispatch to Madrid to have bis friends, and a man in Worth 23c. cut to 15c. No. CO worth lOc. cut to "5c. A bin lot of LAWKS SHI I IT knew more than he does. At a meet- reprimand to tho colonel of the rough d and shot for aban- and true to WAISTS worth 50c. marked down to 23c, Udies Kibbed Vest, Jo, He, He, 18c. c Cook county, 111., democra- riders. That Roosevelt was a little been whose hands the Interest of the ing of the doning tho place to the Americans day he formally and will always be pro'eMed. Don't fail to get one of our party cy the other fresh in saying his men are as good as resistance. Lieut. Col. Puiz, joined the ranks and pledged to regulars and three times as good as without command, committed the second in devote the rest of his days to trying to other troops, but it was due possible to : suicide. A Madrid dispatch says the This Is the a undo the evil he had done. Three styles to M?kct from. rardonablo pride of them: and if he Minister of War denies that San Marcase: "01 late years needed way he states the the reprimand, it needn't have tin has been shot. Will enter upon its fourth Tears' work. the tendency of the republican party been paraded for political purposes and unwith ereatlv increased facilities', has been to fasten this government to placate Piatt, who sees In him a forBRIEF NEWS NOTATION. der the control of trusts and monopo- midable opponent for governor of New There are five generations repre- MONDAY, SEPT. lies. The tendency of the democratic York. power of sented in tho family of Mrs. Bruns-man- Instruction thorough, no whitewashing. Cost on ibi'tii will not be considered. Ladle I'tubrt'II, steel rod, 4Sc. White party has been to curtail the Select, private, nutube r limited; no idlers Ud Spread, 4c. 10 yrdt of Drvf Ginghnm nnd 5 yanN colored Hnuilitug to government In the If any fleet is to be sent against Spain at Nlcholusvllle, Ind. money and place the wanted. For terms and condition of ad- match foi trimming only 00c. o dozen extra heavy Cotton Pants for men, ISc, Robbers tapped the safe of tho Union mission, apnlv to hands of the mass of the people. 1 not or to reinforce Dewey.' Sampson will 0 DR. J S.STAI'I', l'rin... worth 70c. this should be so, but command it. Both Schley and Watson Bank at Richland, Miss., and got only believe that 45-Crab Orchard, Ky iu money and other valuables. I also firmly believe that the only thing are more competent to do so, but they propose to secure beLexington citizens had the misfortune, as McKlnley evican prevent this country from that on the one hand or dently regards It, to have been born 1,000 acres of land nnd tender It to the FARM FOR SALE, ,:Ts?T.K Worth Pouble the Money. ing wealth-riddervltltn-tlii- . well watrrd ami In fin Mate on the other is that the this side of Mason and Dixon's line and war department for a permanent camp. I'ii cm. dwelling hme, chM Urn.tf orrh'rd Two Suit of Clothing, f '.US, worth 1.00 The Glasgow News says that Mrs. J. Ac (urn aixl hav enn ran W UiHlit IVte.m government shall be in the hands of their claims, no matter how great, do iriren to nut mrrlir Call on ur addr, J, C. Pair of Shoos, t'S, worth 1 2 T have no desire for not count against a man who was lucky B. Martin has just had returned to her Mrt'l. IKY, .taiiHinl, Ky 4Mro the plain people. GO lint, J:, worth a ring lost by her In Alabama 10 years nnUHpnl ntHpfi. was not a candidate for enough to be born on the other side. Shin, ftS, worth $0 teaching school ago, while she was any State or Federal place, and can not SmIi of Underwear, Grey Gelding Davison wants Hon. there. 36, worth 60 I leave tne re hn pnllpd n. sorehead. John W. Yerkes to run. for Congress Banking Company The American publican party simply because I don't and Mr. Yerkes wants Davison to run. yestorday oponod a bank in Santiago HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & '.07 iOM. believe In Its principles." SURGEON, Is about as What's the matter with throwing up In the building recently occupied by SaTLook at onr line of 10 Matting to cloo. Hag Ciutwt. 12jo. Ordinarily a turncoat wet or dry and quit the silly tickling the Bank ol Spain. I much entitled to consideration as a - business? Robert Weber, who killed his resheep kllllngdog.but there are estenua-tln- g jected sweotheart, Clara Loesch. in Oirl.-- over Uiln .t Klnne More circumstances In Douglas favor NOT SATISFACTORY. Louisville, proved that he was shooting and we accept him as a wauderer reSPAIN WANTS TO DICKER AND HAVE at burglars and was discharged. 1898. turned. T. D. RVNKY, Manngcr. A hotel keeper at Anderson, Ind , MORE MEN KILLED. IN an interview with the Cincinnati GREEN BRIAR sued Millie Christine, the HrsnJi store nt Paris, Carlisle, Mt HnrdMuwn, Lawronburg, Washington, Aug. S, 4 p. m. Pyntlii. Enquirer Hon. Champ Clark, of Miswoman, for double board, because she nnn, Versailles, Eminence, Ocorgctown, LJunethtown Frankfort Mnuckport, Ind. Spanish reply received at French of the most picturesque and souri, one eau with both mouths and consumes I wlli to nnnouiit'e tliai thW jHiiiilnr sumEmbassy, and is feared that it Is popular members of Congress, says Tfpfgfigi as much as two ordinary persons. mer reurt wl' bo ojkmi for the tn "ummoda-tlu3E329E not a straight-forwarbut design tho-reof gueu. he is sure that the opposition to The indicators are that the national ed to open diplomatic controversy. p'ublican party, that is the democrats, Knights of Pythias at TTTZLSTjE Fighting will not cease until Spain encamnment of will control silver men and populists, Indianapolis, beginning August 22d, KnduuiHl rate during tin" flrt month the next House of Representatives. It says ''yes," positively to our terms. will be the greatest secret order gatherShafter says no serious danger to l'or Inforinutloti In rvgurd to nut etc. a change In only 27 diswill require ing ever held In the United States. nddrt".-- . fresh troops at Santiago. tricts and he figures on them with T. II. WKK.IIT freight train on tho A Tampa, Fla., Aug, S. Negro 2 K Cruh much reason and certainty. A change Q. and C. road was wrecked between troops attempted to rescue three in only 50 districts would make the Georgetown nnd Kincaid. H. Marks-berrnext House democratic and that too he army teamsters In jail. They were of Wllllamstown, was killed, his fired on and several wounded. thinks probable. The people are body being literally cut in two, and Iluy Your Oroceries At Th with the republican party and WAR TALK. Mrs. Marksberry was Injured about in New England especially he expects the arms and face. to see many changes. By the way, Mr. j All drinking water at Ckickamauga illK TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. Clark is a Kentuckian by birth and hereafter is to be boiled. A ligurer figures that it costs 37,000 marriage. He was born in Anderson In The Lincoln County Teachera met county 4S years ago and married a Miss now to kill a man In battle. annual session yesterday at 10 o'clock Thirty-on- e languages and dialects and Supt. Garland Slnjjleton made a Bennett, a cousin of Gov. James B. McCreary. John D. White, who U, now are spoken in the Philippines. short speech outlining the work. The Cool, Exhilarating, Restful. Must-- , Atnue-tneti- tCol. Colson's braves continue to deteaching Brer Borelng Spanish, taught welcoming address was delivered by and Good Living. The largcM retailers of Grocorlos in Kentucky. 25 Stores now in Mr. Clark Latin at the University at sert. Three took French leave in a Elder Joe Severance In a very earnest We buy in operation lot?, direct, and our prices ire Lownr batch Saturday. ' For Term1. addes. Lexington, both being studeuts there. and eloouent way and was reponded to Here are boiue hf the prices: than you can hu; elsewhere The Spanish figure that it will cost by Mr. will be Mr. Clark thinks that Bryan L. M. Lewis, no Jess eloquently. GUS renominated In 1900 with a whirl and 50,000,000 pesetas to return her soldiers Instructor W. C. Grinstead, of Danfrom the West Indies. be elected. ville, followed In a timely address and A dispatch to the Louisville Times urged each teacher to help make this A MOST remarkable man is Judge says that Lt. Mike Salter, fired for inthe best institute ever held here. Mr. Charles E. Klncaid, of the Cincinnati competency, was granted a L. M. Lewis was chosen secretary and not- furlough. Enquirer, who is a grandson of the TANKZS BSOS., HcEINWSY. Miss Annie McKinney assistant. The county, the late John ed lawyer of this A dispatch says that the Second Ken Klncaid, whose praises Col. T. P. Hill tucky Regiment, at Chickamauga will following teachers then answered to delights so much to sing. We were be given a practice march, and may their names: Mesdames M. J. Cochran, Lizzie Pct-tuMen's Socks, 5c. Ladies' nnd Clillwith him awhile on his rounds in Cin came home. Bettie Green, J. H. White; Misses dren's Hose for 5c. cinnati tho other night, during which The Maria Teresa, of Cervera's time he interviewed a number of prom- sunken ileet, has been floated and found Mamie Lynn, Carlle Holtzclaw, Mattle inent men, Including several wealthy in fair condition, being able to start to Bosloy, Annie McKinney, Florence Baking Sodn, 3c, lb Clothes Pin. lc per dozen Matches, lc box, Bibb, Kate Bogle, Evelyn Carson, Nora Japanese merchants, who had just come Norfolk under her own Bteam. Trices to suit iu all cases, lie sure to ca when in town. Dunn, Georgia Lewis, over and whose English was very poor Henry Johnson, a member of Col. Philips, Annio Ho didn't take a note during the whole Colson's regiment, was arrested at Ada Criegcr,MaryWilson,Ella Wright, time on paper, but the next morning's Lexington and taken to Perry county Alice Alcorn, Arthusa Cloyd, Kate Enquirer contained a column or so from to answer an Indictment for murder Blaln, Mary Carter, Anna Reld, Jennie rew .uore inoics esis 10 cose, cnoice Pettus, Fannie Spears, Lula Hickf, 5c. Ladies' Skirts that were J1.C5 and him, in which in many instances the there. Annm n. ioieu, auuu .ju uurii-r- , $1 50, now 75c. of the interviewed were identical words While it requires both bodies of ConJ. W. ROUT.MAXAdKn. used. There are many people who can gress to declare war acting concurrent- Lou Moore. L. R. Hughes, M. E. Prewltt, Messrs. give an outline of a conversation, but ly with the president, it requires only Main Street, Interior Journal Building, Stanford, Ky. the judge is the only ono wo have ever the president and the Senate to con- Walker Hunn, T. J. Raybourne, W. R. Swealngen, J. W. Hall.N. W. HugheF, seen, who can give It almost verbatim. clude peace. We fill Milton Elliott, L. C. Gooch, C. M. Coals are now prepared to and orders for the Ixtil of His many friends in this section of his lioth for domestic threshing jiurjioscs. The Kentucky Monument at ChickaJgSS53 t, . " birth will be glad to know that he ia mauga will be unveiled with appropri- Young, Edgar Gooch, S. M. Young, J. We also sssaSMsMayTTai. BCS!MElsjjgjF doing well and an almost indispensa- ate ceremonies about Sept. 50, and F. Edrnlston, M. G. Colson, R. M. Hunt, Take In Exchange for Coal Corn and Hay, M. J. Brough, M. E. Wheeldon. G. W. Which we keen constantly on hand at the Imrttt ble on the great journal. the railroads will give a rate thereto Cash Trice, bee us U'fore larlne in your Winter Curtis, H. S. Young, W. C. Bryant, aupplv. ABsBr V .BBErs'LrKjLBk'KVfniYSSjiALBBrlBBBWaLj M WAIINKllA I'KltltlN m l of a cent a cent a mile. Near l)xit, Stanford Green Martin, E. E. Young, M. O. Telephone 41. (3S) Ww'fswifSEjBfcsfl'V"1""' t tklssssssCf i Chattanooga democrats are rejoicW awPPIHwwR flssssKi Capt. Clark, of the Oregon, has been H ing over the result of their city elec- - pronounced unfit for duty by the med Winfrey, L. M. Lewis. Committee on Program Mr. L. C. ! jpn. r or tne nrst time since tne war ical board of survey, and given a Gooch, Misses Kate Blaln and Ella B. every ward gave a democratic majority leave ofabsence. Capt. A. S. jHE ?rirS&r:5''i risf sfcranST it.. tfa.lilAtW As executors of the last will of Wyatt Hughes, MX and the entire ticket was elected by Barker, of the Newark, will succeed Wright, Mr. N. W. Hughes. we will, ou on Resolutions Mr. W. deteaiul, Committee majorities ranging from 000 to 1,389. him. R. Swearlngen, Misses Lou Hicks and Aug. 31, 1898. At Nashville and all over the State the Col. Castleman and the remnant of bell to the highest bidder (he farm, ttluttwo inlls-democrats won by Increased majorities. the First Kentucky are still at New- Kate Bogle. Committee on Entertainment Misses irom panviue, on tne 1'ieasant Hill turnpike, containing about With the democratic majority In Ala- port News. Col. Castleman Is Impatibama almost up in the hundred thou- ent at the delay, but the department Essie Burch, Georgia Lewie, Mamie 1 II flPA ra iKsniiaDlljsaBiaHiaialiaiaCfsssssssssssssssssEia sands, it begins to look like things are promises to send him on the first avail-aol- e Lynn; L. R. Hughes and H. S. Young. This place adjoins the farmsof J C. Caldwell, W, T II Hl GbVbW BBPvvawa BbbV waif v committee an- Kobluson, and others. The place contains a 7rcom Tho entertainment going our way again. transport. dwelling, two barns necessary outbuildings. nounces a freo literary and musical The soil Is fertile, In a and state ol cultlTation.and high The Government has bought 233 boats watered. Also, at same time and 7 Judge Vincent Boreing, being the since the beginning of tho war and hus entertainment at Walton's Opera House splendidly following personalty the brood mare and place, the Wednesday evening. mule tolls, 0 head ol fine work mules, l milk cows only announced republican for Con- paid over $9,000,000 for them. The smallWe are out this year with some new improvements. Some mnnufacturers imitate. acres of corn In and caht-a- . Si bead of fine hos, the tield, at acres of hay in the slack, a lot of farm We don't; we originate. Perfect in balances, light draft, fores feed, Ac gress in the 11th by the 5th, the day est are launches run by naphtha or elecalWith alarming regularity and buggy, household and Ing utensils, rockaway, named by tho committee, he was made tric engines, while the largest are trans- though eight years beyond the time kitchen furniture. will Ixj held on the premises, and will The sile the nominee of his party at London on ports of 8,000 tons. women generally cease to hear chil- commence at 'clock, a. m , sharp. Tkkm. the cash, that day. The nomination In that The Spanish prisoners at Santiago dren, Mrs. Edward Harrow, of Rich- balance In two land will be sold for rockrlbbed district is equivalent to are dying at tho rate of 12 a day. Ac- land, Mo., continues to have twins. with 0 ier cent. Interest on deterred payments years, When you are odercd a disc drill. Others are imitations. Wc were unable to fill from wifl be sold on of sale. election, unless John D. White shall tive preparations for tho removal of She has just given birth to her 7th set, day following The ersoiial proicrtyand under, cash our orders last year, and kindly ask you to place your order with us early for the best terms: Suiiuolslu th In hand; over $10, three mouths tlmo without Interspring a surprise on the boys, as he will the American troops are now being notwithstanding she Is 53 years old. on earth. rcrjusAiM imiiiKs. est a candidate at the November elec- made at Santiago. Six transports now be (iKOItlii: IILOIIKS, saloon keepers' association A State J. 11, illUII!.. tion and ia mighty strong in places. unloading will return with troops. Lx ecu tors. Auctloner. T. D. English, will bo held at Lexington Sept. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - II,-C- r. walton. SIM BOOMING ! Clearance Sale at the fr GILBERT, Louisville Store, WHITE GOODS! INDIA LINEN. FANCY SASH RIBBON. i J court-martiale- demo-ocrati- oM-clal- ly COLLEGE HOME. 33C COLORED SHIRTS. 5th, 98. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords Must Go. $4.67 Gets A Man's Ontfit, n $3,-00- 7t n mob-ridde- n DR. R. M. PHGLPS, Stanford, Kentucky. M- Season of The Louisville Store. Sti-r'in- two-heade- d SPRINGS n d, - , 1899. , If You Want No Save Money south-boun- d y, CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS MOW OPEN. HOPSUNN, Prop. Blue Grass Store, car-lon- d THE CYCLONE. 20-d- ay Breakfast Bacon, 10c lb. Smoked Bacon, 9c lb. Dry Salt Bacon, 8c lb. u 4 s, - Cheese, 15c, lb. Sal Soda, 2 lbs. for 5c. 1 3 Spools Clark's Thread, 10c. Blue Grass Grocery. COAL! COAL! ' W ', .iT TIbBBBBBMB IBBBBBBBBbi JTIBu BsBL BH JrL six-mont- EXECUTORS' SALE lpBWsPS Wednesday, I w i aio Acres of Land. CO 1 1 one-thir- d Always Ask For The "Superior," HIGGINS & McKINNBY. I 27-L- 'O. f ' t 1lv v'V"' - -- " n T " VW -- "" w,, mw V ' 'Vrf-- 'n "V,-- r '; -- " - V 5 ' V V tT'tfS - --- - - rwr" -- , v HPF THE INTERIOR JOURNAL G. A. SwiNBUltOAD Is nt Crab chard Springs for a month. Mas. Jabl Gentry and grand daughter, Miss Estill, of Sodnlla, Mo., Aug. 9, 1S9S aro visiting Mrs. Mary J. Miller. Stanford, Kv., W. It. COOIC, of Garrard, was hero yesterday telling his friends about a E. C. Walton, Bivjinkss Manaokk. fine son which arrived Friday. Tho mothor was tho buautillul Miss Ellen Tin: best Is never too good for Owsley. work. That is tlio reason we Miss Mary Crawford Carpenter line the best goods only. Penny's Drug is entertaining a house-partcomKsod Store. of Misses Sythe and Cornls Kern, Iva Collins nnd Bertha McCorkle and PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP, Messrs. Collins, Bean, Bratton and Ml!. E. W. SMITH returned form Talbott, all of Bourbon county. Norfolk yesterday. US. ' Fresh Cnkcs of all kinds nt War- of Lost, on the street, the minute book the Ladies' Christian Aid Society. Plense return to Mrs. C. A. Cox. rcn & Shanks. - WANTED. To rent a suite of 3 or 4 rooms In good neighborhood for a genCollege Home, Crab Orchard, with tleman and hlswlfc no children. En- Dr. J. S. Stapp principal, will open quire at this olllce. Sept. .. Rend notice In this Issue. HERE'S FOR t BUSINESS y JamksT. Mknkfkk ut TiUlinin Springs. In recuperating LOCAL HAPPENINGS, Atlantn, Is visiting Capt. T. A. Elkln. Mas. D. F. Logan is quite 111 nt Crab Orchard Springs. Mlt. AND Mns. JllSSK TK.vYI.OIt returned to Corbin yesterday. Rons, to the wife of Arthur Sklrvln at Logan Murphy's, a boy. John L. Hay, of Richmond, was here with friends last week. Mas. Louis BoUltNE, of Jessamine, U the guest of Mrs. J. C. Horton. Mlss MAKOAlurpSALi.KK, of Somerset, Is visiting Miss Jennie Lynn Mus. J. A. Muuu, of Livingston, spent several days with frlond- here. CilUJKltTGlUNSTKAD, of Richmond, Is with his parents hore for a few days. of - Will Watson, Grist ONE mill for sale. more sample Address Chas. II. Trub, Ottenheim. lot of saddles. tablets, Hlggins it McKinney. etc., at Craig it Hooker's. GOOD show skeleton wagon for sale, cheap, W. L. Evans, Stanford. Great bargains In school Refrigerators, Coal Oil stovos lco Chests and Sc at cost at Warren Shanks. School supplier Including a large lino of beautiful tablet? at W. B. -I m - Mil. A. C. SINK Is days' visit to Cincinnati and Dayton. Mil II. C. Rfl'I.EY and Mrs. JI. It. Hourigun went to Harrodsburg yesterday. Hon. J. 11. MOUNT and wlfo. of are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. J. MeRoborts. Mlt. M. S.VMNOUK, of Louisville, was here yesterday and found a llvaly trade at his store. R. Evans, of Ranvlllo, Mits. D11. in spending this week with hor son, Mr. W. L. Evans. Mils. Lizscik Dillon, of Lancaster, spent ne oral days with hor sister, Mrs. Mattle Novlus. La-Gran- ge, Lost botwoon Stanford and LancasLeave at sevor-n- l ter a now looking ?10 bill. back from a this olllce and get reward. m i i' I slippers at 25 LAND AND STOCK, See our rem- morrow. conts that Full Course of Study in Literature, Science, Music, Art and Elocution, under culnant counter. Severance & Sons. Sanguine. Hon. George G. Gilbert Slla- Anderson sold to Sweeney Mor- tured and experienced teachers Special attention given to Primary and Preparatory Glasses, DINNER. Dinwiddle Bro. got the was seen by ond I. J. reportor as he gan 23 hogs at 3ic Call nt the College nnd get a copv of our New Catalogue, or write for one to MRS. C. C. McClure bought in Whitley 21 NANNIE, S. SAUFLEY. Lady Principal, Stanfoid, Ky. dining room privileges of the Huston-vlll- was returning from Adan.s' picnic in Fair and will serve a good dinner Rockcastle county, where he spoke butcher cattle at 2jc. C. T. Bohon has bought a number of Saturduy. He was in fine spirits and for &" ceuts. of democratic suc- mule colts at S30 to 50. said he was sanguine FOR SALE. Brown Leghorn Hens; cess this Fall. He hopes that the grey Dan Holman sold to W. P. Grimes 10 puro stock. If you wnnt oggs. they aro gelding will be his opponent. short yearlings at 514.00. tho chickens. Apply to Mrs. J. IS. CarSquire W. J. Baun sold to E. W. Lee Shot iiy a Guard. Louis Rector, 100 stock hogs at 3Jc Advocate. son, Crab Orchard. from Laurel county, who was here for Wc keep "the best" line of S. L. Vanmeter bought in Anderson, THANKS. Secretary A. E. Albright scvoral months, was shot !I2 cattle, 1,321 pounds average nt 4i to has our thanks for a complimentary by Guard Abe Gum as he was trying to 4K'MISS M.MIV D.WIBSS DUDDBKAlt Is ticket to tho Brodhoad fair which Isaac Herrin sold to Thomas Elkin, scale the wall of the Frankfort penitenhAck from a nrotractod visit to rela ooines oil noxt wick. tiary. He is serving a term for horse- of Lancaster, a lot of butcher stull at tives In Chicago. 3Tc. Tho London Echo says that tho Rock stealing. The wound received is a Mils. Clido UitowN, of Mu Vernon, W. II. Underwood sold to Loaf Polcastle county Fair will bo held at Crab dangerous ono and may cost him his lard, of Garrard, a hornloss bull calf Al-- o best" Paint". Oils. Vnrn!he, Lead, Colore and Stain-- . PRESCRIPTION'S carepassed through to Lancaster life. d White seems to havo Orchard. Ml fully compounded from tlio best" drugs obtainable. Your patronage Is always to lslt friends. 850. Resigned. Having determined to forKentucky Colono'l won and it will be our constant aim to sell -- Die " goods at reasonable prices. of rattled "Uncle Dyche." Eldkii E. J. Willis and wlfo, the Grand Ungo to Paris, Texas, with his family and Henderson, will arrivo Wednesday to ion Stakes at Saratoga Saturday over a Sold Out. J. Thomas Terry hns open a dairy, Mr. J. E. Carson, who visit Mrs. J. F. Cover. big field. Si sold his grocery and butchor shop at has made a most earnest and careful GOO Lank ALLnN and wlfa of Livingston to Thomas Llvosay and reJ ami; bushels of nice, cloan, white chairman of tho democratic committee, Fultz seod wheat for sale. Chicago, aro hum on a visit to his turned to Lincoln to live. J. L. Beck, resigned yesterday at the meeting of brother, Rev. Frank V. Allen. McKinney. The resignation was AN entertainment consisting of liter- the committoe. W. M. Myers sold to E. X. Hundlev 'f-wPhof. W. O. WiNritlJY is here to nt s m m r rK nml got acquainted ary and musical numbers will bo given accepted and Mr. S. M. Owens recom- 45 Southdown sheep at ?o. Lebanon m tend the Institute with the patrons of the public school. by the Teachers' Institute at Walton's mended for apK)intmcnt in his stead. Enterprise. 100 barrels of nice white corn for Mas. anna D. Van Aiisdalk came Opera House Wodnesday evening, to SOCIALISM. An Invitation is posted up from Harrodsburg Friday to visit which all are Invited, to the public to at- sale. Call on or addross O. J. Crow, at the court-hous- e Turnersville. her daughter, Mrs. II. J. McRoberts. Mas. J. Hard, of Louisville, who tend an address at Ottenh3im. Aug. 13, Mits ANTED, to rent a farm of 150 to J P. m., on "Socialism," Mlf-- . HBHKI.L CHANVICM.OR, by Mr. F. t4 ustd to live here, tolls us of the death at Ophelia Chancellor and Little Anna of her father, Mr. Wilson Hurley, at GUTey, of Louisville. The notice Is 2U0 acres, mostly in cultivation. Apply are visiting friends at Fredericksburg, Bnrbourvlllc. He was "6 and had con- signed by "Tho CommItteee"nnd urges at this olllce. Shoes, odds and ends, at only 75c. Women's nnd Children's SlipThe Burgin Messenger reports sales Va. tho people to attend and hear the remsumption of the bowel. of 1S1 stock cows at 3Jc and a lot of HICHAM) Gkn-THpers at 25c. edy for our numerous social evils. If the MlltS. SMITH AND up to Crab LlGHTNlNii struck a stack of hay on speech is to advocate socialism, it were lambs at 4. of Lexington, passed Foil Sale. Prime seed wheat, pme Orchard Springs Friday to attend the J. M. Carter's farm near Moreland last belter left unspoken in this section. bred Southdown buck lambs and fresh week, burning It. Two other stacks reunion. ON a Cincinnati Southern train Fri- Jersey cows. F. Reld. Mlt. J. L. TOTTRN loft Saturday for caught and were burned notwithstaLd-in- g day, accompanied by another soldier, Estray. Large sand colored sow; the hard rain which was falling. an extended trip through Southorn was Jesse Holmes returning to his sear on hip. Reward for her recovery. soil the J J22 Kentucky and Tennessee to For Some scamp, evidently watermelon home at Frankfort from Chickamauga. G. B. Barnett, Hubble, Ky. Superior Disc Drill. klJ hungry, got into Mr. J. S. Campbell's eick apparently unto death with tyDr. V. C. Burchtield, of Pineville, W. IlAlMlY HIUOINS has returned Friday night nnd carried oil a phoid fever. His temperature was 101 was down yesterday and bought a pair Cincinnati, where he received patch from wagon load of melons which Mr. Camplips were cracked of mules of W. H. Murphy for S175. much benotlt from troatmont for a bell had Intended bringing to town and his parched opened, but tho hope of reaching home G. A. Swinebroad bought in Lincoln slight Impediment In his speoch. Saturday. nnd mother seemed to buoy him up and nnd Rockcastle CO stock cattle, yearMil. JkssbC. LYNN has accepted a Is a private lings and at 20 to 830. SALE-- Dr. W. D. Tardif has sold his he stood the trip well. He position with the Lexington Union 1 In ono of tho Kentucky regiments and The Elizabethtown News notes sales Stock Yards and V. Logan Wood has house and lot near the Baptist church a very handsome young fellow. of two English Red Polled heifers at to Win. Cook for SliOO and bought the succeeded htm as deputy shorllL Linings, kc. New Fall Ginghams and Percales Just In and Baughman, J. residence of Mr. Win. Daughorty on The first man who participated in 8100873. five flne Poland China pigs B. II. DaNKS, H. C for M.Alverson, George Frank Vaughan tho water works boulevard for $900. the battle at Santiago, to stop In Stan A dispatch from Lancaster says tho and E. C. Walton took advantage of Mr. D. will buy other property in town ford, was Win, Wilson, son of A. J. bloody glanders is raging in Garrard Wilson, of Wallacotou, Madison coun- and killing many horses, one farmer the cheap rate glvon by the L. fc X. to before ho gives possession Sept. 1. m m m Cincinnati Sunday. ty. Ho bolongs to the 0th Infantry, alone losing five. The Christian church at Hubble will family went Ma. T. F. Sl'lSlC nnd the regiment which did such valiant Will Routt, of the West End, has on give a supper at Bright' school-housdown to his farm In Hardin county on Friday night, Aug. 20, for the bene- service there and was In tho thickest haud 00,000 pounds of old hemp. Ho Friday. Mr. T. T. Blanford. of Lebanon, fit of the church. Tho charges will on- of tho fight for two days, firing In that is holding It for 5c. He nnd Jones held down the otllce at Rowland during ly bo 25 cents for a good meal. All aro time 200 rounds from a Baughman have In a big crop. Mr. Spink's absence. Snlns of d steers nt 4, and enjoy the oc- rille. Ho was hit three times by Spaninvited to bo present BOHN, to tho wlfo of.W. B. McKln-neone skimming along T'!l'llt?f. till feeding cattle at the same price, casion. Mrs. Eliza Englemau Harris. ish Mnuser balls, a fine girl. Tho lady arrived Sathis head, another going through his stock ewes at W.oO, lambs at 4 to ."c, urday and Is such a beauty, her father Those of our Lincoln county citi clothes on the side and another passing mulo colts at S40 and wheat at 70c are says, that they can not find an appro- zens who want to see the Hustonville through his haversack. Tho terrible reported In the Harrodsburg Demopriate name 'or her. Fair, which commences tomorrow, a conditions gave him tho typhoid fever crat. m There will bo trotting, pacing and T. N bat, of Columbia was hero success, should not fnll to lend their and he was sent to Fort McPherson, L. says his presence A splendid show of stock is Ga., as soon as possible, where he re- running races at tho Russell Springs n .imrt while Friday. Ho townsman, Judge W. W. Jones, will promised and as usual the West Enders covered ufter losing 30 or moro pounds Fair, which begins Aug. 23 and continbeyond doubt be tho republican nom- will leave nothing undone that will add of llesh. Ills description of tho coun ues four days. On tho last day there trot or pace for a try, tho fortifications, the barbed wire will boa inee for nppellato judge in tho third to the pleasure of their guests. 9 PfWin obstructions nnd tho battlo Interested u purso of $300. district. A Mangled dy the Cars. John large crowd all tho time ho was here. J. W. Glass, of Bryantsvllio, whilo Committee on Credentials exTub known as "Cap," son Ho has been in tho regular army for in Pulaski, came across a ewe that was amined John Sam Owsley, Jr., and, Hansford, better of Robert Hansford, of this place, was two years, but he thinks he has enough half sheep and half deer, the animal's finding a deck of cards, accepted him mashed to death by a Southern train at now and will ask to quit. head, face and front legs being exactly as a relation and presented him with a via the Queen & Crescent Route from all points like a deer, while the body, tall, wool, badge." Central Record on Harrodsburg as ho lay asleep on the 'Gentry Ji south, to the ROUT. At 5 P. M. Sunday, Mrs. J. etc., resembled that of a sheep. Jessatrack. His remains were brought hero Gentry rounlon. and Interred yesterday. They wero H. Rout, after several weeks' Illness, mine Journal, AMONG the Lincoln county Gentrys Trans-Mississip- pi beyond recognition. died at her home here, aged 04. Her The roadster rings at tho Hustonville who took part In the reunion at Crab almost maiden name was Miss Llizie Barbee, fair promises to be flne. W. W. 1st. Exposition, Omaha. June Orchard wero Christian Engleman Caught. Some three weeks ago Gontry Horace Brown, colored, escaped from and sho was a niece of Mr. I. P. FishRed Leaf, J. K. Bauuhman's Gentry, Christian Valentine er, of Danville, who raised her. Sho Naboth, M. S. Baughman's Ogdenburg and wife, "Farris Gentry, James Blythe the asylum nt Lexington nnd camo to 11. was Mr. Rout's second wife and boro and many other trotters with records Gentry, Miss Mary Clark Gentry, his homo nearTurnersvillo. Ho seemed hlra two children, Mrs. Mary Ella 'way down yonder, will contest. International Meeting, Buffalo, July 14 i7. Pearl Denny Gentry and Mrs. Eliza M. all right when ho first arrived but soon E. Rout, who wero with John Steele Carpenter's Lexel, which The entlro list Is published in got badly out of shape again. His wife Hewitt and J. Blain. Sho was a mem- made a big season at Nashville, was Sunday's Courier Journal and ought to notified the authorities at the asylum her in her last hours. ber of tho Presbyterian church for sent homo sick and has since been in of all who attended. bo In tho possession and Guard T. T. Martin came over years, and death found hor ready and bud shape with pneumonia. Mr. CarConclave, Indianapolis, August C. CAlinOLL HUMliEll, son of Saturday and took him back. Ma. resigned to go. Sho talked calmly of penter tells us that ho has stayed with county, tho lato T. C. number, of this boySuccessful Operation. Dr. W. her approaching dissolution and of her his horse night and day giving him Is hero from Oklahoma renewing C. Eubanks, of Paducah, tells us of a willingness to submit to her Master's medicine every three hours. hood friendships and visiting relatives. In tho Cincinnati, O., September 5"o, 1808. was severe, though successful operation, will. At 3 o'clock yesterday Court Day. A good crowd attendIn his young days, Mr. Humber performed by him and other surgeons presence of a large crowd of friends, ed court yesterday but the day was a pretty handy with a pistol, but ho has on his sister-in-laAsk ticket Agents for particulars or apply to Mrs. J. M. Eu- Rev. J. B. Crouch, of tho Baptist drag in every way. Some .10 cattle wero long slnco settled down and is now the banks, of Mt. Salem. Sho was taken chicch, preached an appropriate funer- C. Rlnearson, 0. P. A., Cincinnati, O., for free W. on the market and probably half one father of a family of nine children, Books, flaps, Printed Matter, Time Tables, Rates "uu WPIf s b uur "Ul"u u"u "u"Cem- - changed hands. Owners held for 5c for with him. Mr. to Louisvlllo to undergo it and is now whom, MiM Alice, is of in Buffalo yjQn Bleep8 but 4 to4J(. W(jro thQ 9 and full Information. of doing well. A 50 pound fibrous ovarian renfMMpo Interred Humber was present at the passing Is tumor was removed and as sho Is very etory. sympatny lsicit 101 tno hest f)pIcea Somc heifers sold and tho notorious Jim BrUgowater In send- lledhy the operation was tho more dinl - , husband and children in their loss of a at a to 3lc, brou?bt and butchor stuff at 21 to matonally assisted said to havo 3k Tho mule trade was dull. good wlfo and doting mother. cujt ing him to Kingdom Come. to-da- y It takes nerve to sell costs 31 My first two weeks in closing out the W. II Shanks .stock were most encouraging fii'stcopy of Dead. As wc go to press a dispatch y Savings, which wc comes thnt Mr. I. N. Vaughun, father nnd for a continuation I will now ofler the following: the suppose is a successor to the Sayings or of Frank Vaughan, who is visiting his ! a misprint of the old namo. uncles, the Waltons, died suddenly in The Black Interior Journals and Richmond, Va., last evening. the Danville Athletics will cross bats Ladies' Oxfonto, Black and Tan, former prices $ 1 30. 52 nnd f3, cut to 7!)c per pr. IN tho county court yesterday, J. P. on tho Centre College grounds this Misses' and Children's Oxford, former prices f 1.23, J1.75 and 52, cut to 49c per pr. ItllTe qualified as administrator of G. 0th. After the game a cake C. Jenkins, and M. F. North, T. J. 1,0' 0 Ladies' Linen Collars, soiled, former price 10c, 13c, and 2oc, cut to 1c each. walk will be given at the U. B. F. Robinson and J. W. Powell were ap A few rolls of Choice Hag Carpet, former price 25c and 30c, cut to 12 jc per yard. Hall. pointed to appraise his estate. Georgo Judge Carson mulcted Solon Crai g R. Vaught's will was admitted to proof color, yesterday 811 for whipping bate and Isham Vaught qualified as Bet Salter and Bet Robinson, two sable executor. J. C. Lynn qualified as addamsels, for telling his wife that they ministrator of N. T. Douglas, and D. saw mm hugging nnotner woman, a W. Caldwell as administrator of II. W. I do not intendliandling this line in the future, hence will quote UNIIKAUI) OF Caldwell. pretty good cause for such action. 1'KICES to both wholesale and retail buyers. CLOSED. The city council at its The requests for tickets to the exMen's Suit, former prices f 10, $12 nnd JU, Closing Price 13.50, N and 3. regular meetiug agreed to give the ecution of George Stephenson on tho Men's Suit, former prices f 4, $0 and 18, closing prices 51.50, 52 nnd $3. ISth has run up into the hundreds and Water, Light it Ice Co. 52,1)00 for the Boy.' Suits, former prices, Too, S1.50 nnd 83, closing price 35c, 7oc and $1.25. Sherltl Sam M. Owens has been com- ensuing year, with the same provisions A full line of OVERCOATS, too low to mention. pelled to refuse a great many. It docs as now, the change to burning the Odd Pant at your own price. lights all night requiring more expennot seem to be generally known that diture than the company wanted to Inonly &0 persons are legally permitted cur. The amount is $20 less than at to witness a hanging. present, but the company gets the benStillon Trial. Ed Wilkinson who efit of the two plugs at the court-hous- e was at Liberty Sunday, tells us that and jail. City Attorney W. E. Varnon the damage suit of John J. Moore snjs that all the town's Moating indebtagainst the Danville and Crab Orchard edness will be paid this year and that pike, moved from Boyle by a change next year taxes can be easily reduced WILLI A3! S HELTON, PRESIDENT. of venue, was bogun Friday but will to o0 zents on the 5100. or tonot be completed before We are in receipt Semi-Weekl- of tho Summer Footwear Must Go Gent's Clothino; ! JOHN P. JONES. Stanford Female College. to $2. Next Session Will Open September 5th. . - o Our Motto: "The Best." safe-keepin- g - Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, appro-elatebe-t- ye-tord- ay CRAIG HOOKER. m ft Here s Your thance FOR BARGAINS. I Visit Our Remnant Counter ; jf Calicoes, m s, i Ginghams, Percales, Cottons, &c. St SEVERANCE SONS. e tffljXmmWW&MN&ffi36ffli Krag-Jorgens- on 1,000-poun- d 1,100-poun- y, .. free-for-a- ll m in I, HI 1114 ,V Low m God-dar- d's B. Y. P. -- Knights Pythias G. A. R. 32-3- 9. Encampment sa n I M vy.lHjiill;fWy VJnp. VO s A, u j.- - Mga It THE FORM OF HOLY SCRIPTURE. REV. GEO. O. UAKNES- LEGACY TO THE QEN'EIIATION'I-KESENAND TO COME. T THE INTERIOR JOURNAL vi'bllsJa.od'SAa.ooia.y-AT s aadrrt.iav (T1IIKD INSTALLMENT.) ir: We have, then, advanced to this 1'orU one tulle from IIiMon-vlllciOn llanj-ltipike. It Is well I point: we deny no fact of all that are Willi lion-- e of olclit mhiiii-- . all tbo needs coaxing, not crowding. Dr. Ayer'a Pills stand withcharzed. vicious adverse advanced by the most r When not sopaldJSS.C will le outliotiM'v. wiTl watcrvl anil out a rival as a reliable medicino for "liver complaint. They ;ooil'feiict. tnli Is for the pitrH.i of criticism. We do not defend wronp, In euro constipation, and they cure its consequences, piles, n .itr.fnetory dlvMoti. Write to any of tho any shape, even though it were possiiinuVrHicM-ri'fnfurther purtlciiliirt or cull biliousness, indigestion, sick headache, nausea, coated tongue, on or audi eis J. V. I)re nt llustoiivlllti, ble for God to do it, which it is not. A foul breath, bad taste, palpitation, nervousness, irritaKy thing is not right, because God does It, bility, and many other maladies that have their root in j W l)ru. Mr. J. l 1'liMler. Mr. Kuto TIME CIRD. any further than God does it becauto it ning," nnd will uot now forego his ID It Tetliuin nnd Mti. It V constipation. They aro a specific for all diseases of tho is right. Everlasting right stands back hateful purpose to destroy his victims. stomach and bowels, and keep the body in a condition of "Lord-God- " KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. had warned His creaof every action of the Omnipotent. In- The sound health. speedy death would result deed we can not think of any act of tures that No. 5 Arrrlrcsat Stanford at 1:0S A. M. from eating the poisoned fruit of the " I have used Ayer'n rills for tho twist thirty years and 2 10 A. M. Unclertnlcor, No. 4 Uarw .Stanford at the good God, without this prior No. 21 Arrives at llowlaud at 1200 day. consider them an invaluable familv medicine, fatal tree that Satan had planted "Iu know of no Kentucky Uuatonvillo, - thought, to build that thought upon. 3.40 P.M. 22 Leaves Stanford at No. better remedy for liver trouble, and have alwnvs found the midst of the garden." It was no This may seem metaphysical, but It Is them a prompt cure for dyspepaia." Janes Qovn. tk) Middlu OnVn Ills NTTlrrt to tlif pwple of Wt Uncoil holy Intllctlon of God's justice, but a not. It is axiomatic. Street, Hartford, Conn. Hill U.K. of othinmiJ Cask- and Catvy countli KNOXVILLE DIVISION. tsaiwajson nana Returning then, we only deny un warning of the Devil's cruelty that 9ft 1). 8 Manage r. deductions from admitted breathed In that solemn sontence: "In 12 3. p m scriptural No. 1 Train going North 2 J a Iu facts. " " No. 28 We brush aside all human theo- the day thou eatest thereof, thou shalt 12 43 a in " outh No. 23 " 127ptu ries that dishonor God, or sap the foun- surely die." And yet thoy did not die. No. 23 " ForalllPolnta. dations of a living faith, come in what That Is clear, from the narrative. Louisville. Ky., TICKETS SOLI. guise of orthodoxy or prescription, they Something died in their stead, as all EO'IGH CHECKED THROUGH. may: and with reverent step lift HAGOAOE the Scripture delares; but they did not die. AMERICAN & EUROPEAN For any Information enquire ol of Evidently, there was an Interposition curtain that admits us to the JOE S. K1CE, Ajjent, Holies," where the Godhead dwellsmnd that saved them. What was it? Stanford, Ky. Now, my reader, try and take In tho The Ladies IicstAiirant is the tlnust in standing with uncovered heads, and the city. Every convenience for ladle situation. Satan Is triumphant, and unshod feet, listen to the sacred oracles, FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. spending (lie dny In tin city. that, alone, can explain the mysteries with a right to kill his cowering vic(.ictitlcmn'n Cafu on otllco floor. tims, who have, too late, discovered the m. r. '., Trains leave Frankfort at 6.30 a. A and 9 reach- of life. connecting at Georjsetoirn 1th Q C and THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. Cuit DECS HOMO?" Is the question frightful mistake they have made. A ing Paris at 840 a. m. and 5:10 p. m. Le.e I arts 5:30 p m., connecting at tJM ntinger. t9:20 a. M. and the school-mehave attempted in vain pitying God looks upon the scene,lnteut with (J. A C. and reaching Frankfort at 11 55 Mimic - Tuusdnv, Thursday and Sunday to answer, simply, because they inu-- e on rescue, but helpless, by mere power, " lnd7:355sUPH n. SEWTO.V. A. G. P. A. Kvi'iiin'. the fatal admission, to begin with, that to save. It Is a case for diplomacy. It Is wisdom, not force, that now comes to a good God can "do evil, that good may QUEEN & CRESCENT. SUMMER TOURS come." bitt all their theories to the tho front. And we are compelled, MA bottom, this is the dreadful residuum. knowing what we do of the results of City as follows: Trains pass Junction M 4 11 p m No. 1 South ...12 02 p m No. 2 North Anselm's answer to the question has tho tragic Interviewer; knowing, as we 3 41 a in " 4 " 11 49 a in No. 8 " do, that cavalry begins in Gen. in, with Out of suits that cost from $10 to $12. Call at once nnd not first choice n thrc 1 " P m shaped the current theology of all the 1118am " 6 " No. 5 " 600am sects for S00 years, and It is based upon a destroyed serpent and a "bruised 8 05pm "10 " No. 9 " Goods will not last lonij at the price. TO Till s No. does not stop. No. 2 stops only for pasen-er- heel;" and Paradise is regained In the from South of Somerset. 9 and 10 run no fur- as black a lie, as the "Father of lies" Mountains, Lakes and Seashore. than J unction City and 5 ana oomr to som ever deluded a good man with. It promise of what the "Seed of the WoCVnb Orchard, Ky. erset. Spwlil Ix llalrt "ill l In "PttVrt l I'M in charges God with the death of His Son man" should do: we are compelled, I tic. jkf tautauu j. N ia liar. Ulatiilx of till in the missing am ralW, IIiwimhJ lluJ. ?t UrriK t'lr-the crime of all crimes In order to urgently Insist, to AJlrviitlack, Uke Gnr. New Lindaix! Ho-.satisfy His own sense of justice. A links in the chains of tho skeleton reTo the Uiu lain tU ClrTUnJ, ."aiiilutky Tl BEPtMwir?E-iyfRiyLiWJS(In. lytroltor ntoii llailwr To Ml llrweni. frightful wrong committed the "just cord of Gen. in; always promlslng,that MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. to tlie NortUwwl Ma. kmai ami Mlckuin Itwrt It must be an entry In accordance with ratr. ami dying for the unjust to make the right "t laM Luli ac-- I liUafu. lor Iy u : of routr. tlmi- !!! traino ami full larlU nUi. the analogy of Scripture, and, in notn-In- g, appear right." It Is dllllcult to think or I ol k li l Ta,'' or a.Mrt, any ariit ' a violation of the Truth. UWItltKNJ MM II, I o MiflillMH K Newly furnished; clean beds; eplendsd sucak patiently of this monstrous slanAm lift. TratU. Mt INNATIrn t Pan. AIM Agt Porters der, given currency for ages, without Everything This, then, we are forced to admit, Cable. UM S9 meet all trains. serious protest, on the character of the by the proprieties of the iiarratlve.that Blessed God. It matters not that mil- the overture of deliverance for Adam A. S. lions have been educated to believe it. and Eve must come from tho "Lord-God,- " if they aro to be rescued, at all. Millions do not sanctify error. And Surgeon let us always remember that millions Satan is master of the situation, now, Dentist, only mean one, when their opinions are much as wc dislike to thluk it. But Ky. reduced to the last analysis. Men fol- facts are facts: and this Is the awful Self-Foldin- g one, that the Lord of Heaven and earth Ofioaover McBoberts' Drug Store in thelJOwsley low leaders, as sheep a HulldlDg. and as blindly, Mohammedanism, must sue for terms from the Devil, If Buddhism, Confucianism, Calvinism, He carries out His plan to deliver man. Wesleyism, Lutherlsm, Campbellism, It is tho one great tragedy of sacred all resolve themselves, severally, Into History. Gethscmano and Golgotha & PLUMBING, the dogmatic opinion of one man. are mero consequences. Here Is tho : When this Is clearly seen, as Indispu- fountain head of all that follows, terri ble as it is to write It, or even think it. table, It robs the whole subject of the Co., 01 Is now prepared to do nil kinds of, Plumbing imposing element of preponderant Satan has God In his accursed power. and Tinning. Solo proprietors of Dean's of Glory must submit to a KOUNDICD IHOfJ. Black Diamond Hoof Paint. Telephone No. numbers. As a freeman In Christ, I The Lord 20, residence. Shop on Mill St.. oppslte J. have full liberty to challenge the views malignant Devil, or forego His plan to H.DauKhman&Cos Mill of one man, however great his follow- "save us sinners." , That one opportunity our Adversary ing. made the most of. That one direful 6 .TAM"OltD, KY. Anselmlsm, therefore, which, with A v oiler a JX-JtfcCtyVits stupendous following of eight cen mishap explains all that has ulncegone Y turies, can easily bo traced to an Ital- wrong, and as nothing else can possibly ian monk, of the "Dark Ages;" bred explain it. (to he continued.) under the shadow of a false system loses its title to respect, from Its vast To close up the season. All we ask Is to give us a call. Opposite e Excursions. The Chesconcourse of advocates: and If its founfolder's system can be shown to bring dis- apeake and Ohio Ry., will run the on honor upon God, he simply stands out, lowing excursions to the Stanford, Ky., numed. The tickets will be good on History's page, as another "blind dates 3 leader of the blind," heading for the going on regular trains, to which nee. Ills "ditch," and an Inevitable fall Into It, cssary sleeping cars will be attached. On July 19th and August 11th, to At with his deluded followers. Let no one, therefore, be afraid to lantic City and Cape May, via WashCD Goods Warranted. Investigate or believe, because the ington, round trip rateonly SI 1.00 from and correspondingly low Lexington Fit Guaranteed. "broad road" of current opinion is E iventucKy rates from other uentt-a- i And Dealer in crowded with passengers; for Give Him a Call. points. Tickets good 11 days returning. 0) 'n a narrower path, a round trip rate of $ia. HARNESS, SADDLERY, &C. "Wisdom showsthere a traveller,'1 On July 2?tb, toOldPoIntComfort, Va., With here and will bo mado ' And Truth ever has for Its following, Tickets good going on regular trains STANFORD. KY. Co nnd good returning 12 days. This Is the "a little Hock." C3 owing to -5 The auswer hero given to "cuit decs best time to visit Old Point,maneuvers. OV STANKOHI), KV. the Interesting military homo?" may leave us a God whom we Send In your name for sleeping car Paid up Capital, $200,000 00 pity. That Is bad enough. But we bnacc or'for nny Information desired. THE Surplus, 17,603 30 will not, at least, despise Him as scep- Geo. W. Barney, D. P. A. Lexington, a tics, boldly, now do; and as we, who Keutucky. lljr iroTliloni of lt charter, depoiltori ar a believe on Him, have all that wc can full prolrtli-- I a aro clrv.ltor Iu Natloual HauVi, About one month ago my child, Iti liarrhulilrn Iwhii lirM lu.lltMuall liable to possibly do, to keep ourselves from In- which Is tlftcen months old, had an atI'EXETHATES thvexteutof the auiutiutol tlilr ttutk therein at Hie par Talur tliertvt, Ina.l.lltloii to the a mount In. dulging in contempt, born of our "bet tack of diarrhoea accompanied by vomIt majr act at exmilur, ad. reilellu inch EIGHT GREAT STATES ter Nature," whenever we set ourselves iting. I gave Itsuch remedies na are us uilnlitiator.truiW'e, Ac, ai fully ai an InilUidual. 'I emit rim our thanlito thuoe who hareentruit Kentucky, Tennessee Vlrglnln, Georgia, to Impartlel and unbiassed thought, ually given in such cases, but as nothing M their IhuIiicm to us. wr trmt thpy will rontlnu to ilo to, and we oiler a a KUaraiilce fur prompt at along the line of current theory. North and ;outli Carollua, gaye relief, we &eni for a physician 20 In Alabama, Mississippi. Let us go back to the Garden of and It was under his care for a week. OfTer-- j instruction in Agriculture, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering! tuition to tarn our yean' cxptrleure continent ailllxreiarcotuuio-latioiiatariwith kjuuJ hauling. Eden, and the beginning of the sad At this time the child had been sick Civil Engineering, three lines of Scientific Study, viz. Mathematical, Uioloj-ica- l and DIRKCTOR5. history when "sin entered Into the for about ana was having about Chemical, Classics and Pedagogy, eaclt of which leads to a degree. Twenty-EigJ. J. Wllllami, Mt. Wrnoti; Professors and Assistants. Laboratories ami muMnuus large and well equipped. world, and death by sin." The crown- 25 operations of the bowels every 12 . .. , . w' "" Ciiiuuilui, Prearhenrllle; County appointees tuition, matriculation, fuel and lists and room rent. llctween Louisville am1 the South. ing act of positive disobedience, in eat- hours, nnd we were convinced that un- Traveling expenses receive free to appointee who remain tho full collegiate William t.ooch, s. hhauit. given also year. b J. hiubrr, J V CaL ing the "forbidden fruit" has been per- less It soon obtained relief It would not Hoard in dormitories $2.25 per week, iu private latnilies 2 30 to J3. Hoard, uni1.. Lrnu, J. a. W. formed by both our firot parents, and live. Chamberlain's J. J. Menefeo. Colic, Cholera form, books and washing need not exceed $120 per year. DAILY orriccat. now, by their own free wills, they have and Diarrhoea Remedy was reccomend- Fall Term in S. ll.Sbanli. President, Each way between Louisville and Lexington Preliminary Examinations first Monday in September. put themselves Into the hands of the cd, and I decided to try it. soon J. U. Owtley Cashier d W. M. Bright W. A. Tumc, O. P. A., For catalogue and other Information apply to ellet enemy of God and man. chnngo for the better; by Its a Washington. D. C. O., L. L. ., Their act was an act of unfettered continued use a complete cure was PIi. W. II. TAYLOE. A. O. P. A. Louisville, Ky free will, which creates the frightful brought about and it is now perfectly NATIONAL BANK dlillculty In the way of their deliver- healthy.-L. Boggs, Stumpton, GilOf STANFOnt), KY. ance. Had "that old serpent, the Dev- mer Co., W. Va., For sale by Craig & il, and Satan" dono anything but tempt Hocker, Druggists. Capital Stcck 5100,000. Surplus, $15,750 them; had he exerted a pennyweight Attention ot the public It called to the I.tct that Cool Wisconsin Resorts. The of force to drag them Into his "Kingthills the only National Ilanlc In htauford. will store wheat at a less price than you can store der the proTliloni ol the Natloual Hunk Un. dom of darkness," the task of freeing Monoi) Route via Chicago is the proper Act deposltori arcsecuitd not only ly the capital atock them had been an easy one. God Is line. Write E. II. Bacon, D. P. A., but by the Uutkholderr.' liability for mi amount "stronger" than the devil, as Scripture Monon Route, Louisville, for pamph it yourself. All "who stored last year made money, Also equal tn thettock to that delioroftbltluatltu. u lunil Ol S.XU.tUJi) iwom declares; and He could, nt once, have lets, rates and time tables for all re the condition the Hank made Call and auteuieutitooftbo United Stateol (toTernmeutareand Iu each year In Wisconsin, Minnesota and will either buy, store or sell you sacksto store. put forth His countervailing strength, sorts asteta are eJumlued at l aled timet by goreruiuent cheerfully Information agentt, thut sevurlng additional andperk-c- t aalet In u triumphant recovery of His hope- Michigan. see us. to depositors. less creatures. But tho free will lapse given and services of an agent to meet Thla Inititulton originally established aa the Loupotlt Hank ol Stanford In IKS'), then reorganizedl). of Adam and Eve, rendered Omnipo- all parties on arrival of trains at aa the National Hank ofstaulord In 1003 andagaln tence helpless to deliver, by the mere isville and Chicago rendered free. jforganlied as the Klrst Natloual Dank of Stauford Iu lbs'., has had practically an uninterrupted 6k putting forth of jrawer. Even now, ence for M yearn. It It better supplied now exltt. will The Q. fc C. route offers one faro for tJiilltles for transaitinir business promptly and lib. when we stand on the ground of grace, eiullythaui-vebefore in Its Ioiik and honorable the round trip to Indianapolis Aug. career. Accounts of IndlTldualt, nduclarlei.tirma with all Its precious promises sounding Iron Fence. Cypress Shingle s. 7th, 8th and 9th, good returning until and IndlTldualttollcltcd. In our ears, how helpless it is to save of the National lGth, on account DIKICTORS. ! " the sinner who will not believe, and the f '! L,ncoln Co.; J. W. Haydcn, Stanford Meet, L. A. W. S. J. Harris, 8. It. Kaughuiin, ' what Is belief but the surrender of tho . ( J. S. Hocker, T P. HIU. w-free will of man? The weakness of a Thomas Lawson, of Todd county, Trlbble, ' iW).?1101 ' J. H. Colller.Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. child, can bailie the might of God, till went to sleep in his buggy. His horeo M, D.tlmore, Stanford. Metal Hoofing. that surrender is made. Fourteen hun- ran away and both oi his legs and arms ruk J. Rctfd, O. P. A., Chloago. OFPtcias. Mill Work. J S. IHocker, President; J. J. McHoberta Caihta E. II. Bacou, D. T. A., Louisville, Ky dred millions of human free wills prop: were broken. A. A, McKlnuey,AflstantCajbier. ui rnwii tho Devil on his usurped throuc,to-day-ankeep our God f ram Ills right to rule the earth In joy and peace. When oven n "working majority" of these freo wills come over to the Lord's side, the Millennium will be here: and wheu all yield, heaven will come to earth, and Ills "will be done ou thut earth, as it Is In heaven." Returning to Eden what Is now to be done? The sentence of death has gone forth. Satan deluded but to slay. He Is "a murderer from the begind IB! r,our Liver 1 FARM FOR SALE h ! liWnrt'. wo will soil If not -- id prlvnt-'nt auction on HATrKtU Y.OCT. I. 1MK a Fafm of 87 -2 Acres. mvc-Hti- ry mi-il- er r Urn-Ill'- j. t. suTToar, W Car-ute- TakeAyer's Pills ODD LOUISVILLE HOTEL BIG DRIVE IN PANTS ! (leor-tow- n n Black, Clay, Worsted, AT ONLY W. E 2.50. "Big Four Route, I 1 1 E. PERKINS. Mason Hotel Kentucky. first-clas- s. , I.ancaster, l - PRICE, FIRE INSURANCE Stanford, 'Hr'rH "bell-wether- ," Jones, TINNING J. T. STANFORD, KY Extension Table. See PHMNIX Insurance Company itfat W. W. Withers'. OP BROOKLYN. Overstocked. 1, Court-IIoiue. Caledonian Insurance Scotland. 21-- tf Until August a '98, R. B. IV1AHONY, Agt A Big Reduction for Buggy and Harness Trade, B. K. WEAKEN St H. C. RUPLEY, JlIl'A1 if" Sea-Shor- Sea-shor- o SON. The Merchant Tailor, Is Receiving Fall And UNDERTAKER! (CHhBKIEIA IViutcr Goods. D i Farmers BanMTrust Soutnern Railway 's C- a mimt mm. j- - State College ofKentucky, LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, ht hr. lank-liiK'at- ) - Through Sleeping Cars TRAINS s . THREE Cnr-tute- r begins second Tuesday September. not-Ice- JAMES K. PATTERSON, Pres. FIRST C. TAKE THE Wc MONOIM,' .luiinn-irviiroiuy Tlie Popular Route to J. H. BAUGHMAN it--i CO. CHICAGO. r A. C.SINE, -- ji i i xf STAMFORD, KYI I i. ir 'ft" ..- - .v c .Axyt )t ji