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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898081201 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. I SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVII. LAND AND STOCK. COO INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 12. 1898. DANVILLE. NO. 46 -- ML VERNON, NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. WE WANT TO- - r MUs Iva Roberts, while learning to Mr. A. E. Logan for the U4th time M. C. Miller and wife left for Austin, bushels of nice, cloon, white pale. J. L, Beck, ride n wheel, fell and broke hoc arm Texas, Wedneiday. Mr. teed whuat for Miller's renewed his subscription to the Wednesday afternoon. Is greatly improved. W. J. vocate, making SOS he has paid It ftr McKlnncy. Mr. N. K. Tunis sold to Mrs. Jane Sparks and W. C. Mulllns went to Lou- - this purpose. Advocate. j 100 barrels of nice white corn for Customer of oura. We wil give you the Mrs. Pleasant Gentry died at her sale. Call on or udAro? O. J. Crow, Wolf for Dr. J. II. Letchor his resi- isvlilo Wednesday. Dr. J. M. Williams dence on Lexington Avenue. Price has been assigned to Chlckamauga and home near Speedwell, Mndhon county, Turnortivlllc. is now at that point. C. C. Davis Is aged 04 years. She was a remarkable Wantbu, to rent a farm of 150 to private. Mrs. Mary Nash Johnson, wife of J. visiting at Moreland. 2u0 acres, mostly In cultivation. Apply character from the fact that she has A. Johnson, was burled in the Danville Hon. G. G. Gilbert, the democratic lived for 40 years a helpless invalid, at thl olllce. The Hustonville and Green River Wnrron. Simpson, Hiitler and I.ojraii Cemetery Monday afternoon. The fu- nominee for Congress, was mingling u neral was conducted at tho 1st Presby- with the citizens of our county for sev- - Valley .Telephone Company have filed counties will hold a colt eliow at terian church by Dr. J. It. Savage In oral days hist week. Although Mr. amended articles of Incorporation In Give us a call and see for yourself. Extraordinary Bargains in Fine Suit3 on tlic -- 7th. Cut Prices, Suits Cleaned and Pressed. Merchant Tailwheat, pure the absence of Dr. Green, her pastor. Gilbert has noi formally opened his the ot'lce of the Secretary of State, Sam:. I'rlme seed oring. Suits made here. Big Cut in Shoes. campaign yet, he made a hpeech at increasing their capital stock from bred Southdown buck lutnbj and fresh One child survives her. The Danville base ball club seems to Livingston on Thursday, addressed tho S7.0 to SI. 000. Jersey cow. V. Hold. y The family of Win. Hlppee, of Lni'iru sand colored miw; be Invincible when playing ut home. Rockcastle teachers on Friday and on EstkaV. dleap-an- d spoke at Adams Grove picnic ford county, who sear on hip. Kowurd for her recovery. They easily defeated Nioholasville 136. Monday afternoon by the score of 10 to spiht the evening at Brodhoad. peared In Louisville live or six weeks G. H. Harnett, Hubble, Ky. Siiiinam. T. It. Moore'o thorough 0. Grinstcad, the home pitcher, struck He has proved himself a superb mixer ago and has never been heard of since, out l'J men. The game was called at as woll as a splendid speaker. He made have given him up as dead, and believe bred Lexington stallion, vulued at the end of the seventh Inning on ac- a host of friends and will not only hold he has been foully dealt with und his Is dead at Santn Barbara, Cal. 1 ' tho democratic vote of Rockcastle, but body hidden, r. 1 BUhop sold to E. 1. Woods 10 count of darknus. Mioses Julia Biggins, of Richmond, will make inroads on tho usual ropubll- -' Samuel Biggerstaff was burled In spring calves nt ll and bought of the Richmond cemetery with Masonic Joslah BUhop a bunch of sheep at $3. and Sprinkle, of Virginia, are visiting can majority. Sister Linda, a famous raco mare MirsSue Moltoberts. Miss Eva Grant) Thursday at 12:30.A. M. our town was' honors. He died of paralysis. He was owned by Col. KluzoaStone, of George- entertained the L. A. S. S.at tea Tues visited by a disastrous fire. It broke about 7.'1 years of age, and was one of day afternoon. Misses Louise Taylor, out in the old Jack Adams the citizens in the county, town, died of colic. She was worth of Bowling Green, and Florence Web and spread to Williams' drug store do- - having been jailer for a number of Charley l'atterson fold Workmate, ster, of Indianapolis, are the guosts of stroylng it and the stores of M. J. Mil- - years. He leaves a large family, Geo. Coiu best, of Caey, brother of a suckling, by Bulward out of Long-mat- e Miss Mary Dunn. Mr. Will Gllmoro lor and J. J. Williams, the residences Hon W. C. nttendel the Hustonville fair Wednes- of J.J. Williams and Andrew Baker President F. P. Corabcst, of the Com-an- d by Longfellow, to day. Miss Sarah Cecil is visiting Mrs. the postoillce. Most of the goods merclal Bank of Liberty, is a member Out of suits that cost from f 10 to S12. Call at once aud get first choice as these Whitney for $,000. Carlisle on court Sam Boyle at Lexington. Miss Sadie were removed and malls saved. Loss of tho 12th Regulars, U. S. A., and But few cattle at Goods will not last long at the price. KlmMg Bros., and Mr. CharlleCooil left Tuesday, the 10,000, no Insurance. Incendiary participated in one of the bloody fights day. Trices 1.10 to s of York, I'tt., bought 10 car loads of former for New York, the latter for origin. It was only by superhuman ' abut Santiago. He wrote to his Crab Orchard, Ky. a scratch, er thal he dld Old Point Comfort. Mr. and Mrs. Set to f0. that any part of 'the towu was mule colts nt Clifton Anderson have gone to Sarato- saved. Many people came In from the ' Lee Irvine keeps a knife longer than Lynn h Wood shipped to Cincinnati Tuesday :M0 lambs nnd wethers which ga. Miss Madge Sea. after visiting county, the L AN. sent all their sec-- j moit ,nen IJe uas one that was given ; ; they bought recently at 2c for the Miss Ottio Shelton, has returned home. lion men from Hazel Patch this way: .whim 01 years ago by his grandmother, Misses May, Helen, Jennie and Virgin- everybody fought uoblv. Perry White, II ls of Peculiar pattern, horn handle, and Ilic for the lambs. wethers hawk-bil- l blade, Fifteen thousand bushels of wheat ia Lee have returned from Lake Chau- of Crab Orchard, and Tom Johnson trimmed with brass, tauqua, N. V. Mr. Thomas Roberts doserve special mention for splendid nud ,s l a Sood stale of preservation, changed hnnds In Lexington Monday Right now a word about our Fall and Winter Shoes. Little Early but at 07c but many Fayette farmer are left Wednesday for New York to buy work. The postoillce opened in thejw- Lerilie Huffman, son of William f Fall goods. Mrs. James Kinnaird has Lizzie Sowder building on South aide Huffman, of near Marksbury, was SOc. we aro eager to call your attention to these goods. In the first place holding their wheat for about we have taken unusual care in selecting the stock and are pleased to of Bourbon county, returned home after visiting relatives Main Street at 9 o'clock yesterday rested Saturday by Sheriff Coulter and : JelTT. Vemont, " in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. morning. M. C. fc D. N. Williams 'Chief of Police Holra charged with K know that we will be able to weighed to S. Welhl 11 cattle at lie jwr cwt. Jas. Thompson Shuttleworth, of Louisville, and Mrs. opened their drug store in the White A: ' passing counterfeit money. He is ac- - W ' Lon Edelen, of Burgin, were In Dan- Krueger brick on Church street a few cuseu or disposing of several very rank to sold to Jonas Welhl M) at o.5. j silver pieces, knowing them to have wi Secondly, the prices ville Sunday. Miss Nancy McDowell hours after the fire. Georgetown Times. that we expect to put on these goods will be atbeen spurious. Advocate farm near left Wednesday for Clarksburg. W. A barn on the S. T. Tevls tractive. Thirdly, our styles will be exactly right. Every mother LANCASTER, Rev. Ballou, of Stanford, came to see Pino Grove was burned and 10,000 Va , to visit her sister, Mrs. It. T. that has a boy or girl that she want to shoe substantially will be his son who ran away from home and Hon. J. W. Yerkas and of hemp were destroyed, which Lowndes, Jr pounds These goods will be on hand in good season. Harry Robinson is at home from joined Capt. Dixon's company. Much daughter, Amelia, have returned from s had an insurance of about ..! Chickamauga on furlough. to his surprise he found that his son Ita value. Some agricultural Imple- New York. A protracted meeting is in progress was a prlsouer in the guard-hous- e nlso The Leading Shoe nnd Furnishing House, DANVILLE, SY. ments and minor article wore MIDDLEBURG. at the Methodist church conducted by Rev. Ballou was much perplexed and iv burned. Winchester Democrat. the Rev. Moore. fefused to go to see the boy, saying he Mrs. Dr. I. S. Wesley, of Lancaster, The largest real estate transaction In Circuit court begins here next Mou-da- would return to visit him when he within the last decade was the Is at the bedside of her father, Mr. J. Mercer There are 53 appearance cases on hoped to find him serving his country salo of "Locust Grove," the tlnust blue-gra- M. Durham, who is still very poorly. tltc docket, including four murder in a more A Rule To Furnish We Make creditable way. The young Mr. F. M. Browning, of Grove, has farm In the county, consisting of cases, 10 divorce suits and five damage man, failing to secure a pass from his a farm in Boyle couutyand will John bought (kV) acres, belonging to suits. mV. Skrmund PrHn und Mi Ellon captain, donned his citizen's clothes L. Cu&sall, to Brack Bonta A: Bros. move to it about Jan. 1st. (1 aempted to run the guard at the The news of the death of Samuel McCoy drove to Stanford Wednesday .'0,000, equivalent to Tim price was nc Cotton at Danville reached here Satur- night and were married at the ucuicuh. uu iwkuu up all cash. rat. B. G. A. Monte Fox sold to Wnthon day. Mr. Cotton did a mercantile bus dence of the groom's brother, Mr. J Lexington Exchange. Co., of Lebanon, live mules nt 110. iness here for some two years, but sold W. Perrln. Rev. George Gowen, who POINTS, POLITICAL A. J. Ulco sohl to the same firm, for out to his partner, Mr. J. C. Collings- accompanied them, performed the cereHon. Wm. Goebel will start on his Wathen, two at 110 jwr head. Farris worth, and went to Danville. Mr. Cot- mony. that ton was much liked by the people here, The County Teachers' Institute is in gubernatorial canvass in September. Ar Whitley have 731 export cattle South Trimble, of Franklin county All of the Best Quality, at the Lowest Possible Cash Priwill bo ready for the market tills fall. who regret to hear of his tragic death. session this week and is being conduct- Those Franklin county farmers who ed by Prof. W. E. Lumley.of Franklin, will not be a candidate for Speaker of They alone will bring over J.W.OOO Into is to your interest to us. ces. bought farms near Grove with a view Tenn. About 00 teachers are in attend-- 1 the House. He withdrew from the race tho county. Advocate. of cultivating tobacco, after a fair tost, nnce and the meeting is a very inter- - j In favor of Morgan Chinn, of Mercer, Farmer Logan, editor of the Louisville Times, writes timely about wheat are satisilcd that tho land out there cstlng one. The teachers are unanl- - j A republican primary will bo held and the farmer who holds it for a bet- will not grow the woed successfully. mous In their praise of Miss Eliza Lusk in Puluskl Sept. 21, to select a can-- as j a superintendent. dldate for jailer to fill out the unexpir- ter price: "The farmer who, while And nartlally falling in three crops A declamatory contest was given at ed term of A. J. Catron, deceased, a rlso In the price, leaves they are unable to pay for the land 51 waiting for e Tuesday evening for .Ron. W. J. Stone said to a Puducah his wheat two months In the shock and they bought, and most of them will try the III g the benefit of the Baptist church. Six Sun reporter: "Oh, yes, I am an has It ruined by late summer rams, their fortunes elsewhere. This is iv ;k by everybody as they are withmen participated and the prize, ed candidate for governor. I have no Ji may be entitled to a fair share of pity fl) which was a scholarship at some lead- - thought of leaving the contest for any for his folly, but ho will get little sym- out exception good citizens. The meeting at tho Christian church Ing Kentucky Institution of learning, one. I kuow the lay of tho ground fijlly, pathy for his financial los." at Yoemlto closed Sunday night. was awarded to Mr. Clay Goodloe, of aud there is no good reason why I will ft Last or Tin: SKASOX Grand popu- There was only one addition to the Danville. Mr. Gooctloe's subject was not be with my opponents in the field. 11V y lar excursion to Huntington W. Vn. and church by baptism, but the preaching 'Tho Cuban Refugee." I am very much encouraged over the including a steamboat ride to by Rev. Brewer was able throughout, M. Orand, of Waco, Texas, is outlook, knowing the day of machine return John tho famous Uoro Shoe bend freo of and much good Is thought to have been the guest of Mrs. II. C. Jennings. Mrs. politics In Kentucky is over." we put on sale our en' ire stock of charge, Sunday Aug. 21st. Tickots good accomplished. As Uetiulon such occas- Elizabeth Denny has returned from a A dispatch from London says: The on special excurions at that church there was consider- visit to Burnslde. Prof. O. S. Postle contest for the circuit judgeship in going and returning t sion train leaving Lexington going at able bad conduct on the outside during has returned from his summer vacation this the 27th district, is growing warm, If: returning leaving Huntington tho night services. Harness was cut at Columbus, O. He was accompanied although there are but two announced 7 a. M., : 0; :i0 V. M. Stops can be made at Ashland and taps removed from wagous and by his brother, who will make a short candidates up to this time. The primary Jl! and Catleltsburg If desired. Look at other vehicles. It Is reported that the visit in Lancaster. Gov. Bradley came will be held September 18. The con: !!: the low rates olTorcd for this excursion. late grand jury got onto some of tho over from Frankfort last weok to ar- testants are Judge W. L. Brown, now n From Lexington and Hedges lnclutve, miscreants and it is hoped that they range for some improvements to his on the beuch In the circuit, and Judge At a Price That Will Sell Them. S1.50,from Thomson und Salt Lick Inclu- will be made to pay dearly ior their property hero. U. C. Eversole, of this city, both wide".?. From Farmer and Enter- fun. This deviltry has been carried on sive, ", ly known, popular and able lawyers. "CRABlRCHARDT" G i prise Inclusive 91.00, From Olive Hhl long enough, nnd It is surprisingly Tho republican district committee of - N. kindly furnished their the Third Appellate district met at The L. Aand Kllgore Inclusive. 7o cents, From strange that tho leaders of that congreMead and Ashland Inclusive. 50 cents. gation did not take stops to apprehend agent at this place an assistant through the e at Somerset Monday ;; the month of August on account of the and directed that For further particulars call on or ad- tho guilty parties sooner. be N excessive work. If you need a pair look at them. s dress Ticket Agent Chesapeake k Ohio in the several w, held at the 1 HUBBLE, After months of suffering from the counties of tho district August 27 to Ky. :!.r. Elder George Uowen will be In his fatal disease, consumption, Mary Ella, delegates to attend the AppelCol. Congressman Colson has rushed pulpit hero Sunday afternoon at II wife of W. D. Wallln, died Monday, select late convention, which will be held at off to .Vushlngton to protest against an o'clock. aged about 33 years. B&sides a devoted Lebanon, September 1. Hon. C. W. fttoi before ho and The heavy rains have shown tho ne- husband, a end being put to the war n father and of Whitley county, and W. W his Fourth Kentucky shall have been cessity of wide, deep ditches on nil mother, she leaves six little children Lester, of Adair county, aro the only Jones, :: afforded an opportunity to got somo of pikes and county roads. the youngest but eight months old. candidates for the nomination. Heavy rains have fallen, which gives However, If unwolcomo suspension It. Truly can it bo said that a better, purer, of hostilities with Spain Is thrust upon the farmer all assuranco thatmoro will christian never lived. To know her was MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, thoYaller Creek statesman and war- bo raised of all crops from the farm to love her. Weep not dear friends. The street fair to be held at Paris rior, perhaps Gov. Bradley will give this year than has been for 10 years. Let tho remembrance of Ella over be Tho Ladles' Aid Society of the Chris- your next week promises to pay the expenses him tho tougher but equally congenial beacon light, your guiding star FKE3II LINE OF- job of marching back to the bloody tian church hero will give a full round and teach your little ones to meet their of tho marriage of any couple who will permit the ceremony to be performed Eleventh district and putting down suppor for the benefit of the church at mama in heaven. on tlie night of "Jayhawkor" John White, who is now Brlght's school-housin public and In addition set them up Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Burgin, of ' m over in violent eruption and rabid Aug. 2(Jth. are with her parents, Mr. and to housekeeping. Miss Ellen McCoy, authority of Mr. George Scott and Mrs Ora MonD. S. Perrln and insurrection against tho ey, of Henry county, ure visiting Mr. Mrs. J. F. Edmlston. Mrs. Fry, of of Lancaster, camo over to J. W. d tho g. o. p. Loulsvlllo Times. Joseph Robinson and family. Miss Mary Crawfordsville, Ind., Is a guest of D. Wednesday afternoon, accompan- TlIU HEST UEMEDY FOR FLUX. Maylield, of Somerset, is visiting Mrs. B. Edmlston's family. Miss Fannie led by Elder George Gowen, and were Cundy and sister, Elsie, of Walnut ciuletiy Mr. John Mathlas, a well known J. A. Hammonds. married. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ky., says: stock dealer of Pulaski, J. C. Eubanks sold to Alex Glbbs 20 Hills, Cincinnati, ure visiting Mrs. ICormncy, of this place, stood with a ftnr suffering for ovor a week with cuttle to be weighed up Alice Newland. Rev. Maxey aud tho ; during the ceremony. Tho bride physician having failed to after Oct. 1st at 4c. Henry Hester sold two little daughters of Mrs. Annie them Jlux, and my is a handsome young lady and her hus- -' rollovo me, I was advised to try Cham- to Eubanks Bros, some heifers ut about James, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. band is one of tho cleverest young men II. Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. Will Motion, berlain's Colic, Cholera und Diarrhoea 3jo George Wood bought some Call And See Me. in Gnrrard. Romedv, ard have the pleasure of statof John Baughman at 4c. of Somerset, nre stopping at Mr. Robsteers ert Collier's hotel. Alexander Camp- ing that tho half of one bottlo cured .t " as too f1.l A Chicago man has a third wifo and by Oralg & Hooker, ruiueru. iu rceu- p,.rtl,mmk,9 have killed 13.000.000 bell, known mo. For sale oaue, inu. 22 children. ; backers, i clean at i.a people. Druggists. Ad-health Best Values Your JVJoey Gar) Buy. Mid-Seas- Au-bir- Wood-Saturda- The Globe, J. L. Prohman & Co., Telephone No. DANVILLE, KY. -- $(,-00- 0, m DRIVE N ODD AN i $.,-00- 0. store-hous- e best-know- , n Black, Clay, Worsted, j AT ONLY $2.50, ' 4c I I broth-offort- 5- -0 nt W. E. PERKINS. ;r r-- - I WE ': WANT TO SAY ' ar-o- ! 1,170-poun- Meet Every Want In Shoes. CA LOWELL & LANIER,t It two-third- 8 y. ss er ' u. t School Books, Tablets And Copy Books, Pens, Ink And School Supplies It try PENNY 'S DRUG STORE. court-hous- ted avow-youu- a I ( j ! YOUR OWN PRICE. 1 w 1 To-da- 1 1 y 1 1 -- ! ' Lai;::' & Wen's Slippers I l.--- court-hous- mass-conventio- I Cost Not Considered, Them Myself. H. g m court-house- I Cheaper Than I Can Buy heart-broke- i w J. McROBERTS. -- 1 :' e Rich-mon- d, Per-rin'- 1 I 1,000-poun- d ! Dry Goods, Groceries And Genral Merchandise. Every Thing Way Down MARK HARDIN. 1,000-pou- nd . L."l. STANFORD. M4"MI r Bull, any ago. T. L. Carpenter, Lexlnpton Negroes are to hold a mass Lewis Purtin, who was shot by Deputy Sheriff Partin in Bell, when he meeting and protest npalnst brlnglug prom, and cert. Cow, nny age. T. L. Carpenter, prem; tried to pet away after arrest, died of uny more soldiers to that city. his wounds. Freddie Chapman, aped nine, hung R. Cobb, Jr., cert. Aug 12, 1S9S The Spanish Government claims to himself because his mother would not Prettiest baby under 18 months. Mr. Stanford. Ky., and Mrs. John J. Allen, prem; Mr. and have expended $f."0,000,000 in a futile let him spend the day with an uncle. The late Fred Alms, the millionaire Mrs. A. M. Helm, cort. effort to put down the present insurrecW. P. WALTON. Ugliest man. J. J. Allen. dry goods man of Olnclnuatl, was true tion in Cuba. New York saddle horse. J. T. Cren Gen. J. S. Poland, commanding the to his name. He left $100,000 to charity-Jshaw, prom; J, K. Baughman, cert. ohn 2d division, First Army Corps at Chick Democratic Nominee For Congress. Moadows, a lecherous Nogro, Roadster mare or goldinp. J. C. amaupa, died at Asheville, N. C, of HON'. G. G. GILBERT, typhoid fever. was hanred and shot to nieces for at James, prem; Dodd & Sandidgc, cert. Maro and colt. Jones Baughman, News comes that the Christobal Co- tempted criminal assault near Grllllu, Of Shelby Count r. prem: Hawk Bishop, cort. lon will never tloat again and that the Ga. The telephone was out of shape and Louis layton, aped IS, aocidently shot favorable reports of the Maria Teresa ISAAC NEWTON VAUGHAN. h'mself in tho side while hunting In we wore unable to get tho awards later To move were premature. h Summer Good to make room En Route to Virginia, Aug. 9. A fr tho iuiiuenrc Muck of Fall Gomla Gen. Grant, his stall, and the re- Madison county and died a few hours than noon of yesterday. sad, sail mission takes me to the scenes tlint nto already bought. We are Indebted to Secretary W. Kentucky regi- later. mainder of the First of my youth, where death has called Miss Grace Parker, a pretty Cincin- D. Ilocker, of the Hustonville fair for Col. Castleman, pot away Ave and ment under me many times in the last from Newport News Wednesday for nati girl, visiting in Knoxville, died in courtesies. twenty years. This time I po to attend Porto 13 minutes after taking a headache anRico. the funeral of the husband of an only CHURCH CHATTER, 7Jc goods cut t V S 1 00 goods cut lo 7 J Capt. C. D. Sipsbee, formerly com- tidote. 10c Krttl cut t Sc. 15c goods cu to sister, who, next to a brother, was the mander of rt l An endless chain scheme has been battleship Maine, has -- w goods cut to ltV, the Switzerland has a deaf and dumb dearest friend I ever knew. Born near been assigned to the battleship Texas, started in Chicago by which American the same time and raised on adjoining the time for the retirement of Capt. pirls are to raise money to build a SalvaMon army corps. The Johnson Brothers, five in numfarms in the mother State, Intimate battleship. Phillip belnp at hand. ber, are conducting an Interesting infancy, playmates, schoolmates, from citizen of Abe Kinslow, a stamp will carry a one- A two-cebusiness associates in early manhood, ounce New fresh slock nt He, 8 Wo, 10c, 15c and Twenty Cent. Bruce, this State, hung himself because meeting at Columbia. e any in brother-in-laThe largest Bible in the world is a it is but natural that I Unitedletter fromany soldier, sailor the ho thought he was too badly diseased or States to manuscript Hebrew Bible in the Vat am deeply, terribly prieved. other employe of this povernment in to live long. Newton Vauphan was nature's real a young cow Tucker ican, weighing 320 pounds. While milking in Cuba, Porto Rico or the Philippines. Wild Bill Evans, tho unique minis- Worth Mc. cut lo Vc No. CO worth 0c, to nobleman. Brave, open hearted, pen- A big It is said at Washington that all the Buckner, living near Longview, was ter and revivalist, who Is well kuown WAISTS worth 50c, marked down to L.'c. cut 'Jc.Hibhed lot of LADIES' SI! HIT affable, lovable, he seemed born Ladies erous, Vests, Ac, lc, Mo, ISc. kicked in the stomach and killed by volunteers in the Stato camps will be in the Purchase, has been made chap- Don't fail lo get one of our for success, in every undertaking, rarethe animal. mustered out of service. Those in the ly touchinp anythinp that did not turn Four negroes charged with killing lain of a Tennessee rcplment. general camps will oe Kept under orto pold. Starting life as a railroad ders until plans are completed for the Sam Gordon, white, at Schochoh haye contractor, he went into the tobacco necessary armies of occupation. Three styles to select from. been taken to Bowling Green to pre: business at Richmond, Va., after the vent lynching. The president has determined to completion of the Chesapeake & Ohio Mrs. Mary Pryor, widow of Col. J. recommend to Congress that Acting Will and by great business tact, energy and P. Pryor, for years editor of the Ken- with enter upon its fourth rears' work. Admiral Sampson be advanced greatly Increased facilities, foresight amassed a fortune. It was at Rear numbers, eight and Commodore Schley tucky Yeoman, died at Frankfort nt an the work that he loved so that he fell six MONDAY, SEPT. 5th, '98. Cost on iheiti will n.t be considered. Lndics' Tintm-IIanumbers. This will result in making advanced age. Monday afternoon, almost without steel rod, lie. White Mrs. Anna Martin used corrosive Instruction thorough, no whitewashing. Ued each a Rear Admiral, but Commodore Spread, tSc. 10 yard.- - of Dress tiiuKhain and 5 yards colored llainbiug lo previous symptoms of disease, and exby mistake for eye water. Select, private, mini bur limited; no idlers Schley ranking immediately below Ad sublimate match for trimming only tioc. 5 dozen extra heavy Chiton Pants for men, 4S?. pired. He was a very large man and As a result of the mistake she will lose wanted. For terms and conditions of miral Sampson. worth T5c. his death was doubtless due to apoapplv lo That the situation at Manila is seri- the sight of both eyes. DR. J.S.ST.MM', l'rin., plexy. Shelby county citizens have petitionous was evidenced by the decision to 4)-Crab Orchard, Ky Unlike most men who are wrapped pikes. The rush more reinforcements to Gen. Mer-ri- ed for an election for free Newup in worldly affairs, so larpely, Worth Double the .Money. as fast as possible. Ten thousand county has more miles of turnpike than FARM FOR SALE, ton Vauphan had not neglected to preany county in the State. . Suit of Clothing, J2.IS, worth $1.00 lVi.ci. well watered and In fine state of pare for the change that must come troops have been ordered to Manila. dwelling Greater New York has within its At t Twoiwil ha nhoUMn, l cml turns, or. h.nl They will leave as soon as transports Pair of Shoo, W, worth 1 25 an t'tn;iit '. woii sooner or later to us all. For years he limits 702,102 children of tho school ctven tonimt xir tiT Call on ddrJ. C. can be made ready at San Francisco. Hat, CO IS. worth M(Cl..Vllt Manturd Ky was a true and humble follower of the The following dispatch was received ape, and upon the 4iU, : of them enShirt, SS, worth 60 Lord, and his church work and charirolled In the public school during the Suit of Undonvoar, 316. worth 60 were even here Tuesday morning, which has been ties were a wonder to all who last scholastic year was expended the DR. R. slightly aware of the great good he did fully verified since: "Tho first fight enormous sum of SlO.oTil, 770. -ing between American and Spanish $l.7 0.S6. for his fellowman. Death came to him HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & troops on land in the Philippines took CaTIxxik at our Him of 10 Matting to eioo. KnjrCnqwt, 12J. unawares, but it did not find him unTHE HUSTONVILLE FAIR. SURGEON, prepared. He watched and waited for place on July 31, when the Spaniards A GRAND SUCCESS, IIOTII IN SHOW OF Stanford, - - Kentucky. is doubtless enjoy- made a desperate night attack on the the Lord and STOCK AND ATTENDANCE. American trenches at Malate, near ing the fulfillment of the promises to A. More. Manila. The Americans were grea'tly AN ENORMOUS CROWD EXPECTED TO- - OtnVe over IIiSRln the finally faithful. DAY. To the fond wife, whom he idolized outnumbered, but the volunteers stood Season 1898. asand by whom he was idolized in return, their ground and drove back their The rain of Tuesday and dark clouds T. D. IUNKY, MnnnKcr. sailants with heavy lo?s. Two hunmy heart goes out in the tenderest symtnoo GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS dred Spaniards were killed aud 300 of u ednesday raornlni: saui-et- l Rrnnch Morci at Paris Carlisle, Mt Stcrl'ng, Hanlstown, Lswrcncvbiirg, pathy and love. She more than ull the wounded. The Amet lean loss was 11 who wanted to see the Hustonville Pair ticorgctown, Huiibetlituwii Frankfort Mnuckp rl, I ml. world will feel the weight of the- terria success considerable unoasluors, but I wlh to niniouii'o tlutittil iou!Hr sum will miss his killed and 40 wounded. The insurgents by 11 o'clock the clouds had disappear-e- d ble blow. It is she who mer reori win oe open lor Hie mvummixiii-liotook no hand in the fighting." g nnd grieve to know that of Uets. and old Sol was shining beautifully. Assistant Surgeon Edward L. Mun-soshe will no more hear his cheering The show of stock is excellent. The TTTjbTIE: has made a detailed report of the , voice greot her in loving accents again; hospital conditions during the San- best in the State are there and the anino more will his magnetic presence be Ileriuued tttes during: the Him month mal that wears a "slick" tie wouid for Information in felt. He loved his family and lu his tiago campaign, placing the blame stand a good showing any where. A. tonitn. vie, of upon Maj. Gen. Shafter and the Quar- dozen or more counties are represent- aildre- -i home found the sweetest happiness T II WItlCIIT, life. But it is all over: the pitcher has termaster Department. Medical sup- ed by stock and stock mon, anxious 2' Crab Or ljurl. Ky. been broken at the fountain, earthly plies were ample, but the ships con- both for the liberal premiums and the ties are sundered, and the happy faml veying them were anchored miles out honor of winning blue strings over ly mourns Its husband and father. God at sea for a week, even after a battle such fields of contestants. pity the weeping widow and children had occurred. No tents were landed, Uny Your (iroceries At Th The crowd Wednesday was estimated and sanctify their groat sorrow to their and even after a boat was obtained to at about GOO, while that of yesterday be used for landing them it was taken eternnl good. was several times mat, numoer. Five sons, Including Frank, who away by Gen. Shufter's orders. Nor it is believed that 2,.00 to 11,000 people AllEspent the Summer with his uncles, at were provisions made for conveying will be there. Stanford, ranging in apes from 13 to the hospital material to the proper As usual the West Enders are showfive years, survive him to knov no place, even after it had been brought ing their hospitality: the otllcern. dimore a father's love or watchful care. ashore. commissioned The staff of a colonel rectors and all vlelng with each other Cool. Exhilarating, Ilotful. Mui.-- , AmuseHe led them in the right direction. of a regiment consists of an adjutant, to make It pleasant for their guests. ments and Good Living. May they emulate his example and The lnrgft retailers of Groceries in Kentucky. ?6 Slortvs now in Best Southdown buck. C. H. Irvine, quartermaster who is also commissary, with father, mother, all, be a reunited surgeon, We buy in caMoml lot, direct, and our prices are Lower operation Tor Term adilo ', assistant surgeon or surgeons, premium; W. G. Cowan, certificate. family In Heaven. than you can bii elsewhere. Here are hf the prices: Best owe any age. C. H. Irvine, GUS HOFJIANN, Prop. and chaplain. The Tomorrow in beautiful Hollywood, staff includes a sergeant major, quart- prem., Elbert Harper, cert. he loveliest city of the dead I ever Best Spring lamb. C. H. Irvine, ermaster's sergeant, commissary sersaw, the mortal remains of our dear geant and principal prem., J. C. Reld, cert. musiciao. The friend and brother will be laid to rest lieutenant-colon- el Best boar any age. Orange Frye, and majors are field beside those of his little daughter, Ella officers and not stall officers. In the prem. and cert. TA1WZB BEOS., UcSZlUTSY. Lee, whose gentle life went out shortly new three battallion formation Besteow. Val. Morse, prem.; Orthe after her visit to Stanford 10 years ago, majors commanding battallions have a ange Frye, cert. where she made so many friends, who staff but not to large as the colonel's. Best horse colt. E. P. Carpenter, still remember her lovingly. Life's fit- The surpeon of a regiment ranks as a prem; R. E. Goddard, cert. Men's Socks, 5c. Ladie' nnd CIi.lful fever over he rests in peace nnd Best maro colt. J. P. RUIe, prem; dren's IIoe for 5c. major and gets the pay of a major of "Sweet be his sleep, c ivalry, but he is not known in military Jerry Briscoe, cert. He bids him arise 'Till Best mare and colt. W. A. Tribble, circles ns a surpeon major. To meet, him in gladness Ascending the skies." A protocol embodying the terras pro- prem; J. P. Rltle, cert. linking Soda, 3c, lb Clothct Fins, lc per dozen. Mntrlie?, lc hex. W P. W, Best colt, either sex. J. P. Rltle, posed by the United States and acceptPrices to Milt in all cases, lie sure lo call when In town. ed by Spain as the basis of a treaty of prem; T. J. Hudson cert. WAR WILL SOON BE OVER, Best saddle gelding, any age. J T. peaco was agreed upon Wednesday at Few More Ladies' VeMs to e'ese, choice IF SPAIN ACCEPTS OUK TEIt.MS, WHICH Washington, and has been cabled by Crenshaw, prem; R. S. Dunn, cert. SHE WILL SURELY DO. Best saddle mare, any age. J. T. oc. Ladies' Skirts that were Sl.i.5 nnd M. Cambon to Madrid, with a request prem; A. S. Edelln, cert. 31 50. now 75c. COL, COLSON'S REGIMENT ORDERED TO for authority to sign it for the Spanish Crenshaw, Best jack under two years. Jones J W. KOL'T,MiN.CiHn. government. When this is signed, JACKSONVILLE. which it is thought will bo done at Baughman, prem. and cert. Madrid, Aug. 1 J. Spain has once, hostilities will then cease as soon Best jack two years and over. W. Main Street, Interior Journal Utiilding, .Stanford, Ky. in substance American reply. Mina3 the commanders of forces in the field H. Murphy, prem; J. C. Reld, cert. We fill i t isters satisfied and will authorize Best jack any age. W. II. Murphy, CVwN are now irvurv! lo and or.lri f r Uimhumk.t-of can be notified. The protocol is an Ixjtli fur 'J.iiihUc tiirwlunit Catnbon to sign protocol. WeaNt umuuruuuii ui lws luruis itui uiuiuru an prem; J. C. Reld, cert. Washington, Aug. 11. Miles nounced. It does not fix tho day nor Best jennet under one year. J. K. Take In Zschango for C:al Cera and Hay, Vjjii ' ",u w sends word of two skirmishes Sth Wliuli e Lwpcoiilantly on haiMl.it llin Ij.h-- t tho details for the evacuation of Cuba Baugiiiiiau, prom; S. T. Powoll, cert. anil Trio. re ua lnyitii; in 5.""" Hiniif and Utti. Five wounded in each. Jeunet any age. Jones Baughman, MMiy and Porto Rico by tho Spanish troops. W K.hll, VI ItlllN i r.e Jl. it Spanish acceptance is expacted ir 1hnp nIU11. j Spain Is to bo allowed to evacuate these prem; S. T. Powell, cort. Suckling colt by Naboth. Josiah islands with the honors of war, the Gen. Schwan telegraphs engagetroops taking all their arms and equip Bishop, prem; J. B. Rout, cert. EXECUTORS' SALE ! ment with largo Spanish force near Suckling colt by Galton. S. G. ments. It Is said that Spain's reply A eiH ilon hi tin, Utt will nf Mayaguey. Two privates killed, prem; S. T. Carpenter, cut t. Mi Ull li. was not free from ambiguity, but tho il( wxxl, nt will, uu Lieut. Riley wounded in foot. Mule mare. Jones Baughman, pram; construed it as an acceptance Lexington, Aug. 11. Colson's of his terms, and Ambassador Cambon R. E. Goddard, cert. Wednesday, Aug. 31, 1898. regiment i ordered to Jacksonville. Draft stallion. Aus Thompson, prom; bull to Hie lilghotMtUVtr the limn. lont two iui.. s aproed with him. There is not believed Iri.in Danville, ou th I'leaint I ill ion to be u possibility of Spain repudiating Jones Baughman, cert. WAR TAUT" UluiiiK .iliout Draft mare. Jones Baughman, prem; this construction. Should she do &o. 210 Acres Land. Thirty- - live millions will not cover negotiations would probably bo broken George Frye, cert. lliUplacoailjoliuthefariiiiiorJ. ( C'aMwell. V,T the loss Spain salfered in wnrship3. Joe Will Rout, prem; Lee KoiiliKon, aim timers. nu ncej-ar- coduiim a r .,.. Pl.uv Boy rider. olf entirely. ilftflllni.'. two luriu anil uiitlHillillus;.. The ladles of Bowling Green will Tewmey, cert. The "il U fertile, lu a liiKli Malo nl uiltbntl.ii,unl BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, hplcuillilly waternl. A1m, at the Mine time anil send a number of dressed doves to tho Boy bicycle rider. Howard Cainniu, plate, tbvfrillotrliiK irsmialiy 7 lirxxl mares aiid eick soldiers. inule colts, li hoailot lino unrk initio, 4 milk ton. "Hobson's ki&s" id tho latest soda prom; Val Morse, cert. calve-- XI html of lino oil ol If the peace negotiations eventuate fountain concoction. fcc. Dodd fc the llelil, Jl ucret of luy InIku. Maiarrei lot torn In Double team, speed, Some m.iiiiif.icturcrs imitate. k, a the We are out this year with souio now improvement. of farm rockawajr, buggy, liouekoll aud on expected, 150,000 men will be imllitf uteuills, In Louisville Tuesday rain foil to the Sandidge, prem; I. C. James, cert. We don't; wo originate. Perfect in balanced, light draft, forco feed, Ac kiichen furniture. mediately mustered out of the army. Bull under 2 years. T. L. Carpeuter, The sale will lie helil on the premise, ami will depth of '3.22 inches. fommeiK'V at O'clock, .. M , sharp. Tho commissioner of internal reveprem; R. Cobb, Jr., cert. Tkkm-i- . Cat precinct in Lnwrenco county llielaiiil will liewlif tor onethiril cah, in two nue has decided that reinsurance Is ex- wont dry by one vote. Bull, 2 years and over. R. Cobb, Jr., balanie er tent,euti.il payments of oiieaml trojears, interest on deferred pmnent. from with empt from war revenue stamp. This is day ofs.de. The ersoiial prnierty wlfl be sold on When you are oflered n disc drill. Others aro iniitations. Wo wore unable to fill Governor F. A. Brings, of North prem; M. R. Jones, cert. follow in? terms' ca.li welcome news for the lire Insurance Dakota, In dead of consumption. Cow under 2 years. T. L. Carpenter, thehand;ottr till, threehimuol jlo and under, Inter-is- our orders Inst year, and kindly nk yon to place your order with m early for the best In months tiinewitlmiit ,. men. By reinsurance is meant transfer KI'llltAIM Ill'iillUS, Joo U. Ramsey, of Winchester, who nrein: R. Cobb, Jr., cert. liEOItdK lllTtillia. of policies of a risk without tho issu- tried to commit suicide, is charged Cow. 2 years and over. R. Cobb, Jr, J. II.HUOJIIW. ance of a new policy. with forgery. prem; T. L. Carpenter, cert. T. D. IUigllsh, Auotloner. txectitori. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - STM BOOMING ! ' Clearance Sale at the Louisville Store, WHITE GOODS! jc. well-know- n INDIA LINEN. post-ofllc- FANCY SASH RIBBON. COLLEGE HOME. 33C COLORED SHiRTS. , Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords Must Go. $4.67 Gets A Man's Outfit, T 4 7t tt ..YsSK tultlta-II0111 -. t.'-l- I m. PHGLPS, to-da- y I of The Louisville Store. If You Want To Save Money Pynlln-uin.W'rsntlle- o, - n home-comin- n 1898. 1 i.o-ua- y CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS -- NOW OPEN. Blue Grass Store, Breakfast Bacon, 10c lb. Smoked Bacon, 9c lb. Dry Salt Bacon, 8c lb. THE CYCLONE. - 3 Spools Clark's Thread, 10c. Cheese, 15c, lb. Sal Soda, 2 lbs. for 5c. Blue Grass Grocery. COAL! COAL i I , Tlpfip"'1",'' '.jtT ll-jU- 1 ; y, , fl J turui-ike- , of 1 y 11111I , 1 1 Always Ask For The "Superior," HIGG,INS & McKINNBY. t. tlU: ,? ., V :i" & THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I Vernon letter, which Editor W. Hall and discussed by M. J. Brough cheap, W. L. Evans, Stanford. James Murct kindly sent, tells of a and others. Prof. Grlnstead savs that . 310,000 fire there. there are some days In which there is The Verryvillo boys downed the absolutely no whispering, but they Stanford, Ky., Aug. 12, 1898 llustonvlllo ball team 20 to 0 the othor The McKlnney Canning Co. has nre Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, day. an order from a St. Louis firm Dr. O'Bannon gave an excellent lecCaused large sales In both departments. Sti some are left for bargain hunters HE sure to attend' tjio Hustonvlllo for 1,000 cases of tomatoes at S'tc. ture on Physiology, after which the E. C. Walton, IK'sinkm) Manacikk. Fair An enormous crowd la ex Adams' drug store is tho only Institute tendered their thanks. After pected. this a spelling contest was given and authorized drug store by law in Tin: best Is never too pood for preHOUND trip to Niagara Falls Aug. Trade there and you. will Miss Annie Dunn won the prize. scription work. That Is tlio reason wo 10th HO SO via L. & N. and Hig Four have no mistakes. If you want them. In addition to those already offered we will place on sale, THURSDAY MORNING. use tlie best goods only, l'ennj ' Drug Saturday morning, 13th, one lot of Institute opened with singing. Miss Lines. Particulars Inquire of J. S. Hlce, Store. Wanted in ' Pulaski. Deputy Hallle EdmUton at the organ. DevoAgent. Sheriff XV. Logan Wood arrostod Mart tional exercises by Dr. Shclton. Motion PEBSOMTAND SOCIEtYGOSSIP, Speaking. Hon. J P. Hobson, Smith Wednesday and placed him In made and carried that Prof. Grlnstead MltS. J. C. B.VIL.KY is quite sick. democratic nomfiec for appellate judge jail on a. writ sent up from Pulaski should discuss all topics left over from Mas. Pitteu bTitAi'ii Is visiting in tlio third district, will speak at Lib- county. Wednesday. He then gave a very InFine workmanship and materia' at the ridiculous price of 24c a Pair. Lot of at I'.irksville. erty Monday Aug. 2'1 THE scaffold on which George Steph- structive talk on Participles and Definii. I'oys' Vests, soiled, ages 3 to Mlh, J am us Luc and sous went up go nt 10c each Pbttus. ElUabeth, tho enson in to hang Thursday Is being itives. Messrs. Pate, Swearlngen and to Woodbine yesterday. daughtor of John I'ettus, of the built by Contractor U. G. Jones. It Wheeldon also taking part in the disMlW. GltRKXllKIMY HlUUIIT lit qtlltO cussion. "The Teachers In School," l'roaolmrnvlllo soclfon, died Wedneswill be to tho East of the Court-houselck with malarial (ever. day of brain fever and was buried in where the one built for Anthony Al- Introduced by Milton Elliott, followed MlSSANNIK fJUUANT, of Wllmorc, by L. M. Lewis, J. W. Hall, N. W. the family burying ground yesterday. corn stood. In vUitlng the Mlsea Hlbb. Hughes, Prof. Pate, (who applies the Our entire line of Men's, Ikys', Ladies, Mises nnd Children's Mclntoslies will be cut Mil, M, I). IlAltniN, of Montlcollo, Is The rain of Tuesday prevented tho Aiteh the heavy rain of Monday rod vigorously) W. B. Hunn, W. R. to a price that is certain to move them rapidly. These are with his son, Mark Hardin. colored iNTEItlOlt JOUHNALS from night and tho steady rain of Tuesdny Swearlngen, M. J Brough, Misses goods at your own price. Miss Maude Di:st went up to Je'ill-c- o going over to Danville and and Tuesday niht it cleared oft" about Hicks, Blaln. Bosley. Tho teachers, Wednesday to vlblt friends. the Athletic base ball club of that 10 o'clock Wednesday morning and the with few exceptions, agreeing that corMtss Lizzie U.vstix, of Tunnossoo, place. Tho game will be played next prediction is that it will continue to be poral punishment should be Used. ha boon with Mrs. J. D. Uastln. Tuesday. Arriving daily in every department Shoes, Hosiery, Notions, Domestics, Fall THURSDAY AFTERNOON. fair Miss Scsui IlitlNKLitY, of Somoist, Institute opened with singing, Miss Percales nnd Ginghams to suit all in both style and price. Wo solicit your Sam Hotiiwell, who was jailed hero !h visiting MUs Sue Wllllo Halo. THE republican committee of this Nora Philips officiating as organist. patronage ' Dit. Mosks Cook, of Nushvlllu, is several days ago charged with stealing district met In Nlcholasville Wednes- Touchers' Associations were then the pump oil of Hlatt & Young' day and selected Danville, August 30, up taking In the Hntonvlllo Fair. with the following officers: Mi:, and Miss. T. a. Hick roturned thresher engine, was let out on his own as the time and place for holding a District No. 1, Miss Mattie Bosley, vice to Cumberland Gap, Tunn., Wedne-da- y. bond Tuesday, to appear at his trial convontion io nominate a candidate president, M. O. Winfrey, secretary; uext Tuesday. for Congress. George M. Davison was District No. 2, Milton Elliott, vice son, John, Mhs. J. A. DkPauw and present and announced himself a can- president, Miss Georgia Lewis, secreMohhis Feed, who has been renting of Covlti(,'ton, ar vlnltlnjr Mr. X. and running Dudderar's Dix River didate for renomination. The matter tary; District No. :i, M. E. Wheeldon, WILLIAM SHELTON, PRESIDENT. Mill for several years, has given it up of holding county conventions for the vice president, W. R. Swearlngen, sec Mks. Fa.nnib Cami, of New Vork and Mr. James Dndderar now has pnrjxe of selecting delegates to the retary; District No. 1, W. B. Hunn, City, Is tho s;ust of Mm. John 1 charge. Mr. Fred is undecided as to disi tot convontion Is left In the hands vice president, M. J. Brough, secre' of the county chairmen. Some op tary. "Diacritical Marks" were Jonas. Full Course of Study in Literature, s'cience, Music, Ait and Elocution, under culwhat he will do. then position to Davi&on developed hi Mas. John H. ILmiiky, of Nlohohw-illtaken up, and introduced by M. J. tured and experienced teachers Special attention given to Primary and Preparatory 01ases, Whetheu Judge DavUon wants the and Shelby countle" over the Brough, who caused much laughter by win the gMal of Mrs. A. II. Call nt the College and get a copy of our New Catalogue, or write for one to MKS. republican nomination for Congress or matter of appointments. It Is highly his remarks, Discussed by J. W. Hall, NANNIE, S. SAUFLEY, Lcdy Principal, Stanfoid, Ky. Sine Duddbkau went to Loulsvlllj not, we are not in position to say, but probable the disaffected element will Prof. Grlnstead and Mrs. Cochran. A Tuesday to spond a week or ro with from the way he in slipping around bring out Hon. Dun Miles, of Jessa- short address was then made by W. R. over this district he either wants it mine county, to oppose him. Hon John John Smiley. g Swearlngen. Mr. R. Grlnstead, his badly or feels duty bound to run. W. Yorkes, of Boyle, and Hon. C. C. Dt. K. J. HHOWN ha?. the American Book Co., then Madison, were named as olllee to onu of tho roonir over Mcltob-ert- s The following was given to us for Wallace, ofchnlrman and secretary for inscie a very amusing talk, which was drug etoro. much appreciated by those present. imbllcatlon by George Stephenson, who tomporary convention. Mil J. II, SOWDBU Is back from a Is INSTITUTE NOTES. to hang next Thursday for the mur- the district We keep "the best" lino of throe week' trip to Columbia, Toledo der of JooTllford: "Pray gentlemun. Instructor Grlnstead draws the toach-er- s THE entertainment given by the and other Ohio clliue. & ou on almost every question, and am In a sad and lonely condition Opera Iloitrc Mit. I,. M SMITH, of Flat Lick, spJU condemned 10 be hung. 1 will tuko teachers at Walton's onjjy-abl- e woe unto him who Is silent. Hnjjhts northing yott see cause to give me, and Wednesday ovenlng was a most futural '!ay with Luiraa It looked Wednesday morning llko and interesting one from start to and other relatives here. Utuok you too. George Stphenson." llnlsh. Strange to say the house was there would be a free for all fight, but Mit. J. A M.x Dorr nnd poh, Lewis, notwithstanding It was a the nrtlcles of peace have been signed AUo "the best ' Paints, OIN. VnrnMu. Lend, Colors and stain. riJESCKIPTIONS careLow Hatics. Agent J.S. Rice gives not well filled of (Jnrrnrd, pushed Uirou&h to tli who did not go and everything is lovely. fully compiiuncU'd from "the best" drug obtainable.N Voar patronage Is nlwavb appreus the- following: The L. & N. will soil 'free show" and those Hunumvllle fair yotnluy. A visiting neacher, who has taken ciated and It will be our constant :ilm to sell "tne be.t gootU nt reasonable prices it. Rev. F. W. aro now rogrottlng round-triMK. GuoHoKSMtTH, onr Lanctttr At one fare for the to Lebables-lnafter pains to infornr herself, says that we ribe, was here this woek returning non, Aug. 16 to lti, on account the fair Allen Invoked divine can scarcely llnd one toachcr In a thougave a there; to I3rodbHd. Aug. IT to ID, at which Mrs. A. G. Huffman from Crab Orchard Spring. St Instrumental solo. Rev. R. sand who dies an old maid; but our inKm ma Pint and hnRdsooto some rate 011 Recount of fair; to Lon..MAs. structor says that we must not worry welan daughter, Mis Mollie, of IMohutond, don, Aug. 13, at one and faro B. Mahony delivered was excellent to ourselves about how we die, but how come addross, which for the round-trion an account of picareguoatsof Mrs. I'. I. Xumwlloy. by Walter we llvo. this nic; to Louisville, Aug. Irt to -- 0, at one on the part of tho teachers Jr.ititY Adams isat w. w m 55. Miss Carrie Kirtley, a charming n ww following program was Is account of col- Iluiiti. Tho Address, lllnr M fare for tho round-trip- , week and E. T. Carter young lady from Louisville, and an m Prot. W. C. given: ored fair, and to New Haven, Aug. 22 thon losltloi: In the Blue Gras Grocery. is quite an acquisition to the Grlnstoad: Recitation, Miss Sallee; Mil. J. V. Escott, National bank to 23, limited to Aug. 25, at one fnre, institute. Vocal Solo, Miss Lillle Peyton; Oraexaminer, was here this week helping account of reunion of Kentucky Union In his lecture, Dr. O'Bannon said m tion, Milton Elliott, Jr.: Solo, Kitty Dr. Ow?loy get ready for the Lincoln Soldiers. Miss Flora Bal-lo- u; that with the proper care, we should Huffman; Recitation, Coiinty National. WltECK. Passenger No. N), on tho Instrumental Music, Miss Angle live always. Some of the teachers like Louisville Cumberland Valley branch, jumped WlU. SBVEUANriC wentto Ballou; Addross, M. O. Winfrey; Stanford so well that they are making jesterday, where nfter spending pr-er- the track near Pennington Tuesday Vocal Solo, Miss Clara Morshon; Quai-tett- arrangements to stop over till the Shoes, odds and ends, at only 7oc. Women's and Children's Slip- days buying good, he vrtll visit night. All of thu earn left the track Miss Clara Mershon, Mrs. J. W. pers at 25c. his wife in Shelby. Among tho visiting teachers from a and the passenger couche rolled otf of Hayden, Mr. A. A. Warren and Dr. Miss I'attik AI.OOKN entertnlnod the of the company. W.'d. O'Bannon, Reading, Miss Esther distance, we notice the following: Prof. nt tea yecterday evening In honor of Some 20 of the puongern and train- Unroll. Committee, Misses Georgia Pate, of Lebanon; C. D. Lewis, Ml horguoi-tAnne Huldouian, of men were Miss Mary Mayfield, of Somerhurt some badly but Lewis, Mamie Lynn, Esther Burch, A number of her young Louisville set, and Miss Carrie Kirtley, Louisstrantre to my nobody was killed. Wed- Mossrs. II. S. Young, L. R. Hughes. friends wore proront. ville. nesday's Northbound passenger woi deMiss Annie Dunn won the book offerMisses Vikoinia and Many and layed an hour and .1 half by tt. SuperTEACHERS' INSTITUTE. For ed by Prof. Grlnstead to the best spelHlcilAUD HlCHKSON who liuvo boon intendent John Logsden had two ribs TUESDAY MOHNINU. visiting their eonslns, the Saulleys, at fractured in the wreck. W. W. Tins-leler, spelling six out of 20 words. Institute opened by singing. Mrs. homo in Miss Georgia Lewis won the spelling tho College, loft for their president of the Darbourvlllo fair, Wilder at the organ. Devotional prize yesterday afternoon, spelling IS )55 Hast St. Loult., Tuesday morning. son were among the injured. and little by Prof. Grlnstead. Arithmeof 20 words. GUNEKAI. Gkntky was on yestertic, (Tho Fundamental Rules was lu- out 517,000. In tho damage suit of John day's train returning to Lexington ll oduccd by Instructor Grlnstead and George Siler, the veferee, from tlio Gontry reunion at Crab Orch- J. Moore, of Doyle, against the Dandiscussed by Messrs Elliott, N. W. thinks that McCoy has a good chance ard Springs. Ho was dolighted with ville and Crab Orchard turnpike, Hughes and Mrs. Cochran and the into whip Corbett. moved to Casey on a change of venue, the success of the family meeting. Linings, &c. New Fall Ginghams and Percales Just In Taylok, of Middle-bur- the jury after remaining out two and a stitute, all emphasizing tho importance Ex- - Mayor Sutro, of San Francisco, Mit. Mitchell of thorough preparation. Grammar is dead. Ho was a philanthropist and a who married Miss Lllllo McCor-mael- r, half hours brought In a verdict giving waythen taken up and Mr. Swearlngon very wealthy man. of this county, orders his papor him 517,000. It tflll bo remembered expatiated on tho noun and its proper- - Jim Willett, 13 years old, accident- s?i & changed to Granden, North Dakota, that a daughter of Mr. Moore died from ties. This subject was further discuss- - ally discharged a gun and killed Louise where they have gone to spond several tho effects of Injuries received by being od by Messrs. Wheeldon, Prultt. C. Thomas, near Boxville. struck by the polo as she was going Months. D. Lewis, J. W. Hall and others. The Ninth district democratic conHOI'MANN and several through tho gate nour Danville. Ho MHS. Gl'S TUESDAY AKTEHNOON. vention met at Cynthiana Wednesday, wore hero from Crab Orchard sued for SItO.OOO. Col. W. G. Welsh, friends History, Introduced by Mr. Swearln- orgnubed and took .'10 ballots without Springs Wednesday. She tolls us that Judge R. J. Breckinridge and Judgo gon, who deviates much from the text Congress. J. the Gentry havo about all gone but Jamos Denton represented tho road books. Mr. Winfrey followed with un making a nomination for N. Kehoe is the leading candidate in there is still n delightful crowd at tho and Harding & Rawllngs, of Dan- excellent talk. Miss Lydia Lewis then the balloting. ville, nnd Hon. Georgo E. Stone the grand old summer resort. gave her views in a beautiful and at- The garterless stocking is the latest ALCOHN was at Mt plaintiff. Tho case will bs appealed. JlMH.E J. W. tractive manner. Compound Numbers. thing In tho way of hosiery. It is made Wednosdny night and got a Vernon Foil Thos. Baker, Introduced by Mrs. Green and disciiss-au- d with eyelet holes on either side, which knee hurt wlillo trying to holp save brother, Dee Baker, were placed ed by W. R. Swearlngon, M. E. Whcel- - nre crossed and laced like a shoe. Tho the town. Ho tells us that ho never in Jailer DeBord's care tho othor day don. Prof. Grlnstead, T. J. Raybourne, stockings keep up admirably, and aro saw better nor harder work at a Ilro pretty to look ut. llko Tro- by Jailer Doiior, of Knox county, and II. S. Young and J. C. Bryant. nnd that the women workod Deputies Dollar nnd Hlnkle. Tho WEDNESDAY MORNING. C. P. Roberts, a prominent Memphis jans. Institute opened at 10 A. M. by sing- lawyer, indicted for tho forgery of tho Rl?JL5AJiSALi Lammkhs charmingly en- former got a life sentonce at Barbour Miss Eva at toa Wednesday ovenlng vlllo Saturday afternoon for the killing ing. Devotional exercises conducted name of W. II. Bates, St. Louis, on a tertained www iTi William L. White, of by Rev. Allen, followed by Prof. Grln- Memphis hotel register, was found of -- .J from d to S in honor of Misses Ululn Clay county, and thu latter Is awaiting stead, who g.ivo an explanatory talk on ruilty and his punishment tlxed at Gentry, of Nowburn, Tonn., Snslo his trial in December for complicity Fractions, three years in tho penitontiary. in tho Scriptures. Decimal GZ Hriukiey and Lucilo Waddle, of SomE"wy Throe men wore killed and u wore: Mlssos tho murder, being preaont when tho introduced by W. B.IIunn, followed by erset. Those prebcnt via the Queen & Crescent Route from all points killing occurred. Thomas Baker is a N. V. Hughos, M. J. Brough, J. W. mall clerks wore severely inMain Gentry, Susie Urlnkloy, Lucilo --. of Wood Lytle, south, to the Hall, W. R. Swoarlugen and Mrs. jured at Canton Junction, on the Wuddle, Sue Wllllo Hale; Messrs. Cab-bein this county, and was one of thy best Cochran. After a fow minutes recwee, New Haven, and Hartford railH. Owens, James 11. Gontry and democratic workers In Cluy county. Ho the subject, Tho Vorb and Its proper- - road, by an express mall siiocial from Trans-Mississip- pi Wllllo Hen Wearon. E told an I. J. reporter Unit his efforts to tlos.wus taken up and discusied by Ml n jumping the Now York to tst. Exposition, Omaha. Juns Gilbert Garrard sheriff ovor Lou Moore in quite a lucid mauue, track. elect LOCAL HAPPENINGS, While leaulng from a window at Whito's brotheromblttorodtho Whltos Prof. Grlnstoad followlug with an exGuist mill for sale. Address Chas. against him and that since November cellent talk. Shamokin, Pa., Miss Jennie Allison, U. Trub, Ottenhelm. aged 18 years, was electrocuted by her tuoy had triad to kill him. Ho says ho WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. International Aleeting, Buffalo, July Institute called to ordor by Supt. nose comlni: in contact with a telephone lot of ;addles, and his brother, Doe, were walking ONE more sample llvo had been crossed by along tho road when White rode by Singleton. After singing and roll call, wire that Hlgglns 0 McKlnney. nnd trlod to shoot him, but lie, Tom Prof. Grlnstead introduced the subject arc light wire, and thus chnrged with mm' bargains In school tablets, Baker, was too quick for him and suc- of Common Fractions. School Mgeana-men- 1,1100 volts of electrical fluid. Sho had Cheat Conclave, Indianapolis, August 3200. ceeded in getting in a fatal shot with a etc., at Craig & Hooker's. Recesses and Intermissions were her feet resting on a coll of steam rlllo, which ho carried. discussed by the Institute. Mr. N. W. heating pipes at the time. lco Chests and Winchester ririMJtnv.iiATOiiS. of tho The Ninth Annual Both of the Bakers are good looking Hughes believes In being on tho school Coal Oil stoves at cost at Wnrron & men and have evidently seen and Confederate Soldiers better grounds as much as posslolo. Green 1898. Shanks. Cincinnati, O., September days than the present. James B. How- Martin thinks by this mixing with pu- of tho 2d district of Ky. will take placo School supplies, Including a largo ard, who killed their father, Georgo pils ho too familiarizes himself. At at Now Haven, Nelson county, on Aug. Ask ticket Agents for particulars or apply to Baker, several months ago, is on trial this point, Revs. Cram and Noal and 2il a iid 21. Every effort will be made lino of beautiful tublets at W. H. V. C. RInearson, Q. P. A., Cincinnati, 0., for free at London now, a change of venue from Prof. Pate, of Lebanon, wore made by the people to entertain tho veterans Books, flaps, Printed Matter, Time Tables, Rates Leghorn nens; Clay having been secured. Tinsley & honorary members, and the question In a manner that will be pleasing to Foil Sale. Brown gaud full Information. good sugges- all. Tho railroads havo maJo a rata of pure Block. If you want eggs, they aro Faulkner, of Barbourvllle, attorneys further discussed. Some for Baker, will tuko his caso to tho tions were given by Prof. Pate. Whis- ono faro for the round trip. Every intho chickens. Apply to Mrs. J. E. court of appeals. . pering in School was introduced by J. dication points to a largo 'attendance. Crab Orchard. OTK Mt. Good show skeleton wagon for sale, - Ths Cut Price on ed Mm k Shoes 1 1 I Slip- to-da- Hits-tonvill- c. COME QUICK v rol-utlv- cs Misses' and Children's Toe pers, m two-year-o- ld e, RUBBER : GOODS first-class, ! high-grad- o gooo-ogg-ln- g NBW GOODS ! Cnli-ico- e, m Du-l'au- w JOHN P. JONES. Stanford Female College. Next Session Will Open September 5th. e, o. Jes-a-ml- ue Suv-ernnc- reprc--entln- Our Motto: "The Best." 1 1 Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, - p g, well-render- CRAIG HOCK BR. onu-tlil- p lo Here s Your thance FOR BARGAINS. al e, mil-lcnlu- tn. i right-of-wa- y Eu-ban- ks: , 1 Visit Our Remnant Counter y, well-know- n Calicoes, Ginghams, Percales, 1 Cottons, &c. I g, - I SEVERANCE SONS. ! I mmmmmMmmmmmmmmimpmimi I I Sape-Keeimn- cl i ff num-bor- of Low IRat I. ll son-in-la- w well-know- n New-Yor- Bo-to- B. Y. P. 1.1-1- 7. 11 t, Knights Pythias 0, T - Ro-uni- on G. A. R. Encampment i Car-feo- n, A A u 3 j THE FORM OF HOLY SCRIPTURE. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL va.'bliala.eA'S'U.asAa-ST-- AT- REV. GEO. O. UAKXES LEGACY TO (JENEKATIOX PRESENT AND TO COME. them back with all the darkness, I can bring to bear, enveloping them. THE must run." That too, I accept, as I may not prevent, the Lord, In sorrow, responds. d J J FARM FOR SALE ! l.UUUKU UU1'KUI' IU llUb bUVU IUiIU ani?rliar A Beautiful nt If nut niK-tlon m1(1 on iiilvntWv 8ATri5AY. -2 wo will OCT. 1. Ml a (FOURTH INSTALLMENT.) over-reache- I goes on, "Fourthly," the Arch-fienn himself, from On Jlnnpliig Turk unu mil-True, Satan o YK-A-l- i IX ADVANCE without knowiu,' it; and risking; all, "I require n perpetual memorial of this UieStiiufniil plk'i. It It will a XUCR vol. with honi of I'Iplit room, nil Un by your lost all, In the end. But O, the misery transaction to bo observed, oulliou.". When not opald3.50 will be charged. nii'tiirvfi'noo. Sale wWl wntcicJ ami tm--of pood' fur tho purKMu he has strewn through human lives, command, and that the naked facts bo Riitlfuctorv tllvMnn. Vrlti In nny of thu presented, without explanation; the Innotwithstanding ultimate defeat! Vo 2 umlorHlPtu'dfor furtlur I'iirtlrulitrH or cull FREE for a few months to all users of the is-- i MM INVNfi-J. XV. Irv nt llutouvlllo, nnornmlii-are now sweltering in the wretched nocent suffering for the guilty, by your tqilKElNOCOOWWC'" celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron iv V. am ccuam md wp mm net him, that fate- order; leaving men to believe, if they ness brought about by J XV. Drve. Mm. J P. n.i.llrr. Mm. Kutu Brand). To induce you to try this brand cf ;"tiriBiawi"iLt 4 TIME II. Teiliuni- ami Mm. 11. C ful day In Eden; which our loving God wish, that all Is by your wise approval, starch, so that you may find out for yourself would fain have averted, but could not. and nccordlug to your desire: or find or thu mim vnu, to l that all claims for its superiority and econKENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. "o?;sforiDsafiWiA.,w Our sin and Satan's subtllty fettered some other explanation, if they seek omy are true, the makers have had prepared, one. t am to be free to persuade them, Bitu, and He was compelled to yield "U t. at great expense, a series of C NTo. 5 Arrrlvesnt Stanford at 1:08 A. .CiUJHr5 MOf CfJ Unriertulcer, KrowutL fcw wtmfmaB 2: 10 O so much In order to carry out His If I can, that you are responsible, nnd No. 4 leaves Stanford at 12:00 DAY. Eontucky Hustonvillo, - No. 21 ArriTcs at Kowland at a victory willingly so, for the object lesson, In benevolent design, and gain No. 2J Iavca Stanford at - 3:0 r. M. Blood forever shed, by your authority, In a far distant future. OflerttiUDrrTlrrtin Hi ptMplt- nfWwl I.lncolu ml Coy cuunllri. Full itink ol utniuanJ The first thing, as all can see, to be and because of your good pleasure. baud. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. done under the distressing circum- Thus I am to do all I cau to Induce your I). S. Cr)ntrr. Mamgrr. " creatures to believe that what I do, you aside the immi...12 3' 'pra stances, was, to turn No. 24 Train going orth exact reproductions of the $io,coo originals by MutHIc, which will be given ... 2 41 a tu nent death penalty that hung over the do. I will lead men, If I can, to doubt " " outh No. 28 " ...12 43 a m " No. 25 " LOUIS1ZILLE you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below. relinquishes your love, as I did at first." If Satan ... 1 2T w doomed pair. ' No. 23 ' These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference, are free of any suggestion cf "And, fifthly, I demand as of unholy his right to slay, it must be because nllll'olnts. For Louisville. Ky., advertising whatever, and will ornament tbe most elegant apartment. No some equivalent is offered, dearer to right, that, as I beguiled them, In this KO'JOII TICKETS SOLD. manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its garden, with words of double meaning; HAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. his heart of tllnty hatred, than the AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only in For anr Information enquire ol with a trace of mingled good and evil; delight of slaking his thirst I1.ANS. the manner specified. The subjects are: JOE S. RICE, Agent, for blood in the death of his cowering so, you must win them back In the same Stanford, Ky. The Ladies Hontnurant is the llneM in American Wild Ducks, victims. There Is only one thing a way. You must "speak unto them In American Pheasant, tli city. Kvery convenience for ladled English Quail, English Snipe. deeper objectof desire with the "enemy parables," easily misunderstood by the spending tho day in the city. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. of God and man." That fell title of disobedient; "bard to be understood" (jenlleueu'a Cafe on olllce door. The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each current by the faithful. You must "open your Plaque is bordered with a band of gold. Frankfort at f. SO a. m. and 3 r. M.,s the Devil has passed Into rains leave THOMAS A. MULLICAN. h if. C and connecting at Georgetown bpeech, for long. Ho hates' the creaturo mouth in dark payings." Everything and Paris at 8:40 a. m. p. 5 10 r. m. wave larti Mttnnger. m., connectliu at (Mree-tow30 more. Ho can you utter in instructing mem must .t$:20 a. M. and 5 much, but the Creator ELASTIC STARCH How To with Q. A C. and reaching Frankfort at 11:3 forego present vengeance on his vicM.iolc - Tuusday, TmiMd.tr and Sunday have a "savor of death unto death," as - ' na7:2JOSElH Kveniti". R. NEWTON, AS. P. A. h.--.s been the standard for 25 years. tims, If he can inlltct a deeper stroke well as "life unto life." While the All purchaser of thrre 10 cent or lx Scrnt pnekaces of Elastic Starrli upon that pitiful heart of Love Divine "Spirit" may "give life, the "letter" TWENTY-TWMILLION (Flat Iron Hrancl), nr entitled to re. QUEEN & CRESCENT. SUMMER TOURS rrlvnfrom their Krocer ono of IIifm that, already, is willing to pay nny may "kill." Men must "read between packages of this brand were sold (linn I'laqutf frrr. Tim lines" to find the truth; or falling price to "ransom" these captives; to the plaque Trill not U tent by mail. last year. That's how good it is. Trains pass Junction City as follow: Tlmy can bo obtained only from jour 4 11 p in "redeem" I can that, read a lie. these 12 02 p m No. 2 North No. 1 South ASK YOUR DEALER Brocer. 3 4 am H4!aiu "4 " No.S " easily Imagine something of the gloat-ine- r And so long as this fight continues, I Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. No. 5 " ......11 IS am " 6 " ......13pm to show you the plaques and tell 6 00am Tu Till. look of triumph on the face of this must hold what I win, though darkness No. 9 " ...... 8 0S pm "10 Do not df lar. TJiU o!Tr you about Elastic Starch. Accept I for aiuort time omr. envelop the earth, and "gross darkness No. 1 does not stop. No. 2 stops only for pasen-cer- s cruel fiend, as he sees the look of Mountains, Lakes and Seashore. from South of Somerset. 9 and 10 run no furno substitute. upon the face of the "Lord-God- ," the people." If you bring this day, I ther than J unction City and Sand only to SomIn rtlrct In erset. SUl lir IUtrwlll jilt UiauUuHi,Tut and knows that ho may safely will blot It out with night; If you bring I H M4 lUI.N"l IIITrr, ra all., 1 ItuUMb.l lilalitla. M propound his own atrocious terms. We a calm, I will raise a storm; If you Adirondack. 11 Cutirgr. Nw l"Clhl licotta. 7tr-.- i, U la iVrrtand, T llu Orrat speak of dramatic situations. Hero Is bring health I will scatter disease; and iMrolt ur MmUii HatUir. To Ml lVuiu, one, the like of which was never 6een, all this, till one side or the other wins To thr N..rllirt Mai V'":: and Ml. kln Itr fl MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. and vrt ill hi liW ar.d llikacu. I r rain, and never will bo seen again. An eager n decisive victory. I will limit and cur-taiinip of train and hill ittrttmlar. 'Hr tu tvtstf. : Kentucky. buyer: a wily seller; human destinies, ' human life; turn "dust to dust;" any ajrtit ' Hil lot u U" orddrrt, WAIIUKNJ l.VM'll, I O MtfOllMH K, ! Hear earthly sustenance, only by the yield splcndsd numberless, to be bargained for 1'a.t, TratOi M;r Am rn I".. A TU. Agt. Newlj furnished: clean beds; t iSrlNNATl Porters O ye Heavens ! Give car, O earth !" "sweat of the brow;" grow thorns In tablo. Everything 89 meet all trains. Listen to this Interview on which every field; Intllet sore travail In child Heaven and earth depend. These sin- bearing; and blight life In every way A. S. PRICE, ning creatures are to be bought and that I can. These are my rights that 6old, if only the price demanded Is fit the wrongs your creatures have eurgeuu paid. What else can that Scripture brought in, and I demaud their enforcemmmmm. Dentist. mean "Ye are bought with a price?" ment, as the price of refraining to slay Self-Foldin-gGod is our "Redeemer" because He them here and now. Stanford, Ky. And the God of Love, to save us all, bought us back, for himself, with Office over McRoberts' Drug Store In theKOwsley Blood. "Not with such corruptible gave answer thus: "Alfthis shull be Biilldln. things as silver and gold" deemed by done, as you say. I do not deny your man Incorruptible but by "precious rights nor sue for an abatement of the OP BROOKLYN. Blood." "Ransom" can have no other price I am to pay. V ell do I know-tha- t terms will be all by TINNING & PLUMBING, meaning than the price paidfrom the In vain. suing for easier hour and the : This Is your the Captive's friend, to rescue STANFORD, KY hands of the captor. The "dramatis power of darkness." Co., 01 Scotland. Thus the drama of Gen. ill was en la now prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing persona)," in this scene of bargain and and TlnnlnR. Sole proprietors of Dean's sale, are all apparent. We are the acted, and the curtain falls upon a lamb KOUNDICD JHOO. Black Diamond Roof Paint. Telephone No. Shop on Mill St.. oppslte J. captives to be ransomed; the slaves to slain the first memorial of the "inno20, residence. tf H. Baughman & Co.'s Mill cent sutrerinir for the guilty," the first be redeemed. Satan Is the , B. Is the Redeemer and forerunner of those Innumerable crimes and captor, God W e oiler a STANTonD, KY. of like character, that more than anyRansomer. JX-iMcGWWho but a theologian, bent on pro thing else have darkened the history of Y pounding a scheme, our unhappy world. The guilty but redeemed and" ransom" could change this simple, intelligible C. ed pair go forth from the garden of Intransaction into the jumble of the m MO To close up the season. All we ask is to give us a call. OpH.i.to "schools?" In belief, it is this. God nocence; clothed with skins of inno lfmmU cent and helpless lambs, to begin a The buying us from Himself, for Himself; in which, evermore, grace taking the Redemption and Ransom Stanfokd, Ky., price out of one of His own pockets, "God's kindness to the helpless and and putting it into another of His own nnworthy" Is to be the chief factor; en pockets; one department of His holy and, in which, that peerless form of In Receiving 111 And nature demanding of another depart- Divine 'Love, which otherwise would Goods. ment, a bloody price for permission for have remained "a spring shut upa display itself ac all; fountain sealed" now gushes forth a that department to D. Goods Warranted. 3 and God slaying the innocent for the mighty river, "proceeding from the of God and of the Lamb." Fit Guaranteed. c guilty, in order to teach us moral recti- Throne And still we are "prisoners of hope:" Give Him a Call. tude, by an object lesson for all the And Dealer in CD waiting for the day to dawn that has no ages ! HARNESS, SADDLERY, &C. Nothing but the existence of a Devil, night to follow it; longing a "they who whose favorite work is to blind the wait for the morning" for the perfect STANFORD. KY. Farmers Bank&Trust Co CD eyes of men, can account for the wide- victory of our God, over all His ene OK STANFOItl. KY. spread belief of such contradictory mies, that Is eo sure to come. Meau-whl- le the chequered hl&tory of man: folly. And all this, originally, the folly 5200,000 00 Fill up Capital, of one man; a blinded monk of the inaugurated in Eden on that fateful day, Sarplui, THE 17,603 50 "dark ages;" born In Italy; bred In goes on; with Its mingled joy and sorSr"S SilTEST SYSTEM. Rome; and, of necessity, morally shriv- row; life and death; light and dark8lljruTlilon of It, chartr, ilfolort ar a fully prottKiwI umtrIfnltiiri In .Nullum! ltank, eled by his environments and educa- ness: heaven and hell: and must go on linllrttluallj- liable io In .Bjirelioldon brlti tion. It is well for us to look a fact like thus until Satan and "all his works" lheextriil..f ili aiiiiMintol tlirlr tixk tlirreln at PENETRATES the par value tlicrwf, Inaililltiuii to l lie amount In. this squarely In the face, when we are vanish from the scene. In audi sluirn Tet-It may act a, cxtrutnr. (TO BE CONTINUED.) an IntllTlilual, triutw, .tc, a, fully EIGHT GREAT STATES disposed to grow dogmatic In doctrine. Tendering our thank to tho who lure entrust tlu-el thrlr ImtlncM tu u, c trim will contlnu, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Oeorgla, Let us return to Eden. to ilo oo, ami wp otter hi a guarantee for prompt at LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, About one month ujro ray child, "What Is your ransom price?" Divine North and south Carolina, tenlluii totameour '.0yrart' exerlrnre In hank. Engineering, 111!; an J ai Mitral accoiuiuMlatloui mate continent Alabama. Mississippi. Love asks of diabolical malignity. The which Is fifteen months old, had an at- Ofluts instruction in Agriculture, Mechanical Engineering, Klectric.ilISiulogicnl anil wliti tuuml banking. of diarrhoea accompanied by vom Civil Engineering, three lines of Scientific Study, viz. Mathematical, response comes, quick as a Hash." tack DIKECTOKV Chemical, Classics and rcdngogy, each of which lead to a degree. Twenty-KigJ.J, Williams, Ml. Vernon; "You are the only ransom I will accept. iting. I gave It such remedied us are Profcssore and Assistants. Laboratories nnd museums large and well equipped, Sleeping W. II. Cumuitru, rreaelirnrllle; given in such cases, butas nothing County appointees receive free tuition, matriculation, fuel and ligts and room rent. If you will die for them, and on the J. h Owtley, Sr., J. II. Oirnley, gave relief, we sent for a physician Traveling expenses also given to appointees who remain tho full collegiate year. WlllUiil Hooch, S. II. Sliauki, Between Louisville ant1 the South. terms I have the right to specify, you S. J. Kinbry. J. V. CaiL. Hoard in dormitories $2.23 per week, in private families f2 oO to it). Hoard, unia week. and It was under his care for K. Lynn, J, may have these sinners for your own A. W. Carpenter 120 per year. K. Meuefee. tho child had been blck form, hooks and washing need not exceed f DAILV TRAINS Otherwise they are mine, to die this At this time days ana was having about Fall Term begins second Tuesday in September. orriciRi. for about 10 very day, as you forewarned them." H.Sliinki. 1'reilileiit: Preliminary Examinations llrst Momluy in heptemoer Each way between Louisville nnd Lexington J. II. Owiler Csuhler; 25 operations of tho bowels every 12 " answers as promptly; The catalogues and oilier information apply to XV. M. IlrUlit For eller W. A. TURK. O. P. A.. hours, and we were convinced that un"I accept your terms; name them; and JAMES K. PATTERSON, PIi. ., X--. L. D., Pres. Washington. D, C. in so far as theso myunhappycreatures less it soon obtained relief it would not XV. II. TAYLOE. A. O. P. A. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Colic, Cholera Louisville, Ky have given you a right to demand those live. Chamberlain's Remedy was reccomend-ed- , or sTAXFoitn, ky. terms I am bound und will abide by and Diarrhoea d and I decided to try It. l soon them." a change for the better; by its The Devil speaks, "First, then, you Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, $15,750 continued use a complete cure was are to die; it must be life for life." Attention ol the public li railed to th, f.ict that reports; "I give my brought nbout and It is now perfectly The "Lord-God- " In Manforil. "We y thliis the unlr National store wheat at a less price than you can store uer tue prormuus 01...Danknational. Hank l!n. i. notine ....the Act pledge to die for them, in due time. healthy. C. L. Boggs, Stumptou, Gildepositors are secured only by capital stock mer Co., W. Va., For sale by Craig & it yourself. out ny who stored last year made money, Also cqualtnnit; siocKiioiiiers- depositors lor an amount What next?" All iiamuiy tho stock so that ofthlslnitltu. "Secondly, I demand, that as they Hocker, Druggists. tion are secured by a fund ot J.tO.ixX). Five sworn the condition sell you sacks to store. Gill and statement too(tho United ot the Hank are made will either buy, store or came to me of their own free will, noteach year blates (lorcruuienland Hi Cool Wisconsin RESoivrs.-T- he assets are examined at staled times by goTerument withstanding all you could do to pre- Monon Route via Chicago is the proper agents, thus securing additional and perfect satet vent them; so, if they come to you, it line. Write E. H. Bacon, D. P. A., see us. to depositor!. ' This Institution originally established as the Demust be In the same free will way, not Monon Route, Louisville, for pamphHank ol Stanfonl iu 1838, then reorganized at posit the National Hank ofStaiilord In lh03 andugalo Route to withstanding all that I can do to pre- lets, rates and time tables for all ro reorganized as the First National Uank 01 Stanford vent them; you may savo them from 6orts in Wisconsin, Minnesota and In U i2, has had practically an uninterrupted fur 35 years. It Is better supplied now wit death, by dying for them; but you shull Michigan. Information cheerfully (acuities for transacting business promptly and lib. crally than erer before lu Its long and honorable not win them back to loving allegiance, given and services of an agent to meet Iron Fence. career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, drnis save in the way I won them for myself; Cypress Shingles. acd Individuals solicited. of trains at Louall parties on arrival with no compulsion on either side." isville and Chicago rendered free. DIRICTOIS. F. Held, Lincoln Co.j J. W. Hayden, Stanford "To this demand I yield, also," ealth a. H. llaughmau. " S. T. Harris, ( J. S. Hocker, Tho contract to build tho railroad the "Lord-God.- " T.I. Hill, ( XV. ". Walton W. A. Trlbble, "Thirdly," the Adversary continues; from Doerr, in Mason, to Cynthlana, in J.U.Colller.Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt.Vernon. M, D.Elmore, Stanford. Col. Albert "they came to me, with the Light, in Harrison, has been let to Metal Hoofing. ornciM. ' its full effulgence beaming upon them. E. Boone, of "Black Diamond" fame. Crank J. Reed, O. P. A., Chicago. Mill Work. J S. ;Uocker, President; J. J. Mclloberts Caihli &s E. II. Bacon, P. P, A., Louisville, Ky Thus I won them; and you muat win J It is to be bonded for 82,000r000. A. A, Mch.lnuey,AnItantCajuler. d Present Farm of 87 I Acres. lluston-vllloo- lm-lr- vr ? PW b c mil 11 Mi, - ret-tr- a J. T. SUTT03NT, GAME PLAQUES Ck-uwTo- 1 HOTEL ate reach-In- n GitThim: O bond-slave- s. "Big Four Route," I self-sacrif- ice G Mason Hotel first-clas- s. ll I.ancastcr, t-,- FIRE INSURANCE l--r tflHBk1 VS Extension Table. See Insurance it at'W. W. Withers'. Caledonian Company J. T. Jones, 21-- Overstocked. 1, B..K. WEAKEN & SODI. Insurance slave-own- er Until August '98, R. MAHONY, Agt brain-wroug- ht v. TwP-""BS- SC $ A Big Reduction for Buggy and Harness Trade, H. RUPLEY, new-histor- Merchant Tailor, Fall Winter UNDERTAKER! Soutftem Railwau lS?S'T 0 1 - State College of Kentucky, hl i. - y Through Cars us-ual- ly THREE Lord-God- not-Ice- take: the ... t - - MONON,' - The Popular J. H. BAUGHMAN A CO. KY: exl.t-cuc- e CHICAGO. A. C.SIME STANFORD, :.,.,-a- - ..i. i!-- vjj -