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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898081901 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. SflgWrTHg v rpjii jp nii'mr-'rr-m-fmt:--- IP SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVII. Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 11). 1898. -- NO. 48 H0NGED. George Stephenson Strangled to Death. b Rope Stretched or Meek Would have Broken. Bravo to tbo Last ho Dial Without a Trcni:r. & Splendid Job. Quickly Oopc. last night SttphetHiu spent hU on earth :n calmly and slept a pewv-full- y as If nothing was on his mind, lie complained a little of being disturbed by nnUo about tbo jull and said tbat but for that ho would have slept all night. Mr. Dollord, who hud been vorv kind to hi in all the time, prepared n nice breakfast for him with especial care, which he nte with great relish. V y;'fl Ol !!(. 1. STI.IMI I.SSOS. II Tho condemned had dressed himself with scrupulous care In a black suit furnished by the sherl IT and looked more like he was nbout to bo married than to bo hanged. At S:20 the march to the scalTohl bewail, Stephenson walking unattended and still showing no signs of omotlon. Headline the gallows Shor-II- I Owens told him that ho could say anything he wanted to. Pacini: the crowd, which occupied the hill above, forming a sort of an amphitheatre, the Nogro said In tones loud but not tmin-uIou- k: My sins are pardoned and I am going to my resting placa. It makes mo love God and all my onomlus. In my heart If I should sue Irt the spirit of Jesus. you all no more, I hope to moot you In Heaven. I have nothing against anybody. That is all I have to say." Row G. W. Glllisple, colored, of the Paint Lick Baptist church, then prayed long and fervently that God would save the dying man and when ho constepped on cluded at 8:30, Stephen-o- n trap, buttoned bis coat and smooth, tbo ud himself out. Sherlll Owens at once began to adjust tho noose, while Deputy V. Logau Wood strapped the legs and arms, tho latter behind him. Deputy J. C.Lynn pullod tho black cap over tho still calm looking face, Sheriff Owens stepped quickly to the lever and ut S:a2 the form shot through tho trap. There was a slight swing around, some drawing up of the feel and efforts to release the hands, then the motion almost ceased. Drs. W. II. O'Uannou and C M. Thompson took hold of tho wrists and found that the pulse showed 112, an Increuso of I from the time he loft tho jail. Heart beats continued for 23i minutes when ho was pronounced dead and cut down. Tho rope stretched two feet and It is thought that from that fact his neck was not broken. Tho death by strangulation was not, however, with tho usual awful contortions and the face afterwards showed no signs of anguish, nor had the rope cut Into bis neck. Coroner Wm. Langraf with the fol "I want to talk to the convocation . lowln" jurors examined tho remains: Samuel Helm, T. U. Wright, William Cordier, Sam Bishop. C. P. Epperson and John Baugh and returned a verdict In accordance with tho facts. The body was taken to the house of Lindsay s'tcphenson, a brother, who lives in town, where It was kepi till tho afternoon when It was taken to his father's and Interred. Beforo starting to tho gnllows.Steph-onso- n told a reporter of this paper that ho was going to maintain to tho last tbat Tllford was tho boy who threatened to kill hliu, as he was suro of It, but lu his speech he said nothing about It. Tho triggers used were tho ones made by John M. Stone for tho scaffold built for Anthony Alcorn, who was respited. Owing to the dimness of tho light In jail, Sheriff Owens got one of our reporters to read the death warrant, Stephenson standing unmoved during tbo reading. It wa proved that when Tllfnrd eamo NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. WE WANT TO- n'ong the Htreet, he was confronted at Boyle county will vote In November who Wallln's aloou by Stepheu-o'shot him without warning and without on Issuing bonds for the purchase of provocation. Stephenson woreand he turnpiKes On Horse Lick, in Jackson county. was corroborated by several colored Customer of ours. We wil give you the Jamo- - Garri'tt shot and mortally wltnes-ethat he had hud trouble with Tllford about a b.so bull bat and that wounded Tnomas Johnson, as the re- -' he threatened to kill him. When bo ult of an old feud. Fred Schafer. a tailor, who had been came up th strict and saw bun. Steph- him and mis - ing several davs from Richmond, ensou said that Tllford thre.v hi- - h'ltid behind him as If to wus found wandering around in a field draw a pUtol. It was then he tired, as near that city, a raving maniac. Give us a call and se for yourself. Extraordinary Bargains in Fine Suit3 A dog belonging to Charley Parks, of Cut Prices. Suits Cleaned and Tressed. Merrhunt Tailhe thought. In defense of his life. The oring Suiti iunde here. Big Cut in Shoe Commonwealth had witnesses to nrore Parksvllle, bit .1 little daughter of W. that no tiueh demonstration or words D. Cozatt while she was playing with wire U'ed by Tllford and that thequui'-re- l It, which should remind parents to keep over the but described by Stephen, their children uwuv from dogs. No. 136. DAN YIIJUB, KY. The Louisville Times mt' that D son was with another boy. After oc- for two days and in Shanahun Sc Son. of Louisville, wno copying the ciiun SHKHIKKSAM M OW I.N, tlin'O after tlu murder, Stephonon uuui me itieamotici, Mehola-rlllWho sprung the trap. vetdW of tho jury, which vluo & Beattyviile railroad, mny buy He showed no emo- - the property when it is offerel for sale Sheriff Owo'i- - - le "unitulatcd sild he must die pro- lu September under decree of the Fedon the uextM and xeelif noy that he tlon whatever, nor when the judge fixed eral court. day and performed a iiisu't-ueitbluuty. He did nounced the sentence next Sutro, the California millionaire Aug. IS for the execution. his work coolly and deliberately and Since his confinement. Stephenson left 8.1,000 to each of these members of of knowing thai has the the House of Representatives in 1370 everything pushed off in the most satis- has professed religion and, as has been who assisted in passing the Sutro Tuu-nbeing factory inannu. There was no disorder stated, was buptbed, a bath tub bill: William P. Kelly, of Pennsylused for the purpose. Jailer DeBord and the Job wu- - over before half the vania, R. E. Ferris, of New York, Gov. splendid prisoner people in town knew that It was pro- says ho has been a and has given him no trouble at all. Austin Brewer, of Michigan, Judge gressing. and eonllnement seem to Wlllard, of Delaware, Strickland, of Gov. Bradley sont a dispatch to Prison fare agree with him, as he has gulned 25 Maryland and J. Proctor Knott, of Out of suits that cost from f 10 to 512. Call at once and get first choice as these Sheriff Owen-- Wednesday to proceed No Kentucky. Goods will not last long at the price. with the execution as he would not pounds of llesh since his arrest. Dr. W. M. Gibson, of this city, who prisoner ever condemned to death has Interfere. went to Jackson county to look after so braveCrab Orchard, Ivy. There Is one of two things certain. ever gone through the ordeal thete, reports six deaths visited him Wednesday the small-poly. A reiwrter SW'phcuson either did not rcalUo the an duo well developed cases. He be situation or was the mot thoroughly and asked him how he felt: "Oh, I'm lleves that the epidemic Is practically all right." he said. "Doesn't the fear converted and satisfied man that ever ol the gallows alarm you?" was asked. under control and has recommended to U lived Lot us hope the latter Is true. the State Board of Health tbat the anme?" It was originally Intended to have "No sir, 'taint bothorln' said he In didn't quarantine, which applied to the en the hanging at 11 o'clock, but for some swer to questions he say more than he has tire county, be raised Immediately. reason the sheriff changed h's plans have anything to '11 Right now a word about our Fall and Winter Shoes. Little Early but !!!' said all along, thut he was willing and Richmond Register. and many got here nftor .the job was W !M.' we aro eager to call your attention to these goods. In the first place would make ' owr T e town wn. however, pretty ready to die, and that he allowed. Ask- a ,. LAND AND STOCK. we have taken unusual care in selecting the stock and are pleased to gallows. If Wfil iiiii ith people, many arriving speech on tho 111 know that we will be able to ed if he wuiited any thine, he named a O. P. Hutltuan bought of J. H here by il.ix.ight. of himself Baughman 3:j hogs at 3jc. Men word In the top- - "' trees and on watermelon and a picture I.I.m ,..l..,n .l ... .1.... 1. White Fulu seed wheat, clear of ,w ' i glimpse of the ",,u bou.es tvy.ng to get 1 V Aft Secondly, the prices that we expect to put on these goods will be at- J awful srene, whll.. hundred- - of 0Vt., ' e sit for it, both of which were given smut, for sale. J L. Beck, McKInman ney tractive Tliitdly. our styles will be exactly right. Every mother hlui and he seemed as huppy as 'IY (J pierced through the cracks of the plank . Frank Holtzclaw sold to Greenbcr-r- y M that has a boy or girl that she vint- to hoe substantially wii be in- - M walls. About a doien were on the under the mot favorable surroundini:.-crested. These goods will be on hand 111 good season. Bright a lot of yellow Fultz wheat ' Stephenson was the son of Chus. scitlold and possibly .0 insido the I wus raised near Wal- nt 7."c. Stephenson and Fou S.VLK. Prime seed wheat, pure ii John Ncvius and John DeBord wore nut Flat. He was accused jointly with -- s . r rr.1 W !,., TT onoo aim rurmsuiag iiouse, kaw viuub, &x. fiv ine the death watch and say that Steph- his brother. Robert, In the shooting of bred Southdown buck lambs and fresh f. enson slept Ilk) a log. Ills last night another Negro named Newland, and Jersey cows. F. Reld. they awakened him about 10 o'clock to staid In jail here some time, but he was The Minneapolis Journal estimates oat watermelon, when he got up ate acquitted. He claimed to be but IT the wheat crop of Minnesota and the heartily and wus soon snoring again. years old. Dakotas, at 190,000,000 bushels. "We Make A Rule To Furnish The rope was obtained from F. These are the jurors who indicted At Henry Duddlugs' sale of Lincoln llie Cincinnati expert In such sheep In England, one yenrllng ram the murderer: Dr. J. K. VanArsdale, was made of hemp and cost with sold for $j,000 and o2 yearling rams H. J. McRoberts, A. C. Carman, A. C. mutters, Dunn, W. T. Sauudur-- , Thomas Ran- express 310..W. It had been carefully averaged flllo. kin, J. E. Wright. J. W. Huydun, tied and ail that had to be done on the Sales of 100 stock ewes at $3 o0, Wouden T. Smith, Thomas Be-- t, D. O. scaffold was to dtp the noose over the stock hogs ut 3j, shoats at 3i and heifPeyton and J. T. Harris. The trial culprit's head. ers at J1J are reported In the Harrods-burjury was a- - follows: G. E. Alford, J. G. Sayings. Baugh. C. F. Epperson, W. M. Beck, Ten carloads of machinery and 50 J. P. Rlffe, L. C. Carpenter, W. G. operators have been sent from LexingCowan, A. B. McKluney, W. K. Shu-gaton to help thresh the enormous wheat All of the Best Quality, at the Lowest Possible Cash PriG. C. Keller, Jr., crop of Dakota. J. A. Glvens, is to vour interest to trv us. ces. and T. A. Coulter. W. E. and Thomas Baughman bought T1IK CHIMK. of the other heirs the Bausrhmnn farm On the afternoon of the Ith ot July on the Lancaster road at 40. It conlast, while the town of Crab Orchard tains 32,1 acres. Advocate. Bird Matheny bought of W. L. Law- w.it tilled with puoplc gathered to attend n llug raising and hoar patriotic son, of Garrard, his farm near Preach speeches, they were startled by llva crsvllle containing 2n0 acres for S1.S00 pistol shots tired In rapid succession. It and will move to It at once. : ,fi was soon spread through iho crowd Allen Kenney and George Barman that Guorge Stcphcr.son had killed Joo raised between them about 12,000 bushil .. Tllford, a whltj boy of 1.1. After tiring els of wheat, says the. Advocate. The the shots, live of which took effect in former sold to Cogar & Co. 5,000 bushthe boy's body, killing him instantly, els at S.jc. Stephenson llod, but win captured after Henry Neill, the cotton statistician, $ a chase by Marshal J. A. Shannon and says a crop of 10,500,000 bales Is now v.IAILKI5 O . w. DliHOItl). assured, with a million to u million others. While ho was being takon to we put on sale our entire stock of the littlo jail there, friends of the dead and a half more witbiu the range of OTHKIt IlANlil.VGS. boy shot at him 10 limes aud one fellow v possibility. If thoro ever was a white man hangdrove a knife into his right shoulder, S. M. Owons made bushels of ;ci! which made n sevoro wound, not fully ed In this county by law, the fact does wheat ou 70 acres of land and Cash k healed 111 tho timo ot execution. The not appear. Three other Negroes have McCormack threshed It out In less than olliccrs tlnally got him in tho lock up oeen hanged, the lust about 10 years a day. It was necessary to move the and then followed a scene hitherto un- ago, when one was executed for strik- machine three times. ing Levi Hubble, now deceased. That George F. Auderson sold to Ike Dunn lW known oven to this section. At a Price That Will Sell Them. hours a howling mob, with rope hangings and many aro needed here, 50 ewes at $3.50, and to Robert StephFor ': can bo no gainsaying, but It Is a ens 50 at the same price W. M. Robfti in hand, sought to deal diro vengeance thore Ill on the Negro and more than once it pity with such good white material for inson bought of different parties about i the work, that the revival of the busi- 200 hogs at Jlc Advocate. lynching could not be seemed like :i, Robert Collier, of Boyle, has 417 prevented. Sheriff Sam M. Owens hap- ness could not have commenced with a white man. hogs which he has bought recently at pened to be in town and ho went to the If you need a pair look at them. One white inau, Jasper Rowsey, was 3 to 3.00. He will feed them on new jail to thwart the designs of tho mob if hanged by mobs and two Negroes, the corn. Mr. C. bought 31 ncres of growpossible. He was almost powerless, for while many preferred to have the law last to bo lynched being u Negro for ing corn In Garrard, which promises to child. He was make from 10 to 12 barrels per acre, for : tako Its course, they yet did not desire assaulting a swung from South Fork trestle. $300, fodder and all. rr:v to risk their lives to that end. Mr. L'J M. S. and II. C. Baughman have both Owens threatened, begged and entreatfl! my child, About one month ago . ed, Judgos M. C. Sautley and J. P. Bai- which Is fifteen months old, bad an at- had to bring their Naboth pacers home ley did likewise and it was through and turu them out. They took tho tack of diarrhoea accompanied by vomi! pink eye In Will Owlngs' stable at tho herculean offorts of these olliccrs, iting. I gave It such remedies as arc sufficiently reCols.T. P. Hill, W. G. Welch and 111 In such cases, bums nothing Danville and have not others that tho lynching was prevent- gave relief, we sent for a physician covered to be raced. The gelding, Mi ed. Judge Saulley promised an imme- aud It was under bis cure for a week. belonging to tho former, stepped a diate trial, Hill and Welch promised to At this time tho child had been sick quarter in 32 i seconds a short while FRESH LINE OF- prosecute the Nogro nnd ho was per- for about 10 days and was having about ago. Auctioneer Ben. P. Peak reports 47S mitted to bo started to Stanford. A 2.j operations of tho bowels every 12 cattle ou the Georgetown market; no mile or two this side of town they were hours, and wo woro convinced that unmet by a posso of 25 heavily armed less It soon obtained relief It would not feeders; yearlings brought U to 4f per It).; heifers 3i to 3J; mulo colts 10 to mon ordered thither by tho sheriff, and live. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera 835; horses $35 to $100, according to tho prisoner was safely landed In jail. and Diarrhoea Romedy wasreccoinend-cd- , quality; no sheep; a few shoats sold at Truo to his promise Judge Sautley d soon and I decided to try It. 83.25. Kindlg Bros., of York, Pa., ordered a special grand jury next day a chango for tho better; by Its bought on court day 19 mule colts at and an indictment being found nt once continued uso a complete euro was from $12 to $30. Lun Ferguson sold to tho trial proceeded as soon as a jury, brought about and It Is now perfectly Jonas Well 120 cattle, averaging 1,535 which was easily gotten, was obtained. healthy. C. L. Boggs, Stumpton, Gil- pounds, at 41. Times. Cols. Hill and Welch assisted Common- mer Co., W. Vu., For sale by Craig & Queen tc Crescent low rates to Cinwealth's Attornoy Owsley In tho prose- Hocker, Druggists. Call And See Me. cinnati, Sept. 3d to 9th. cution, while the court hud to appoint Low rates Cincinnati. Queen fc CresQueen tc Crescent low excursion rat lawyers to defend. Ho named Messrs. at Cincinnati. cent during G. A. R. Encampment, J. B. Puxton and J. R. Bush and thoy G. A. R. Encampment Cincinnati. Ask your agent. mado the best of a poor cause. n, -i I cm-so- Best Values Your Jtfoey Buy. Telephone Gai? Mid-Seaso- n The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., e, i- 6 DRIVE N AN I sail-facti- el Black, Clay, Worsted, AT .ONLY 52.50, W. , x B. PERKINS, - WE WANT TO SAY I 1 I 11 Meet Every Want In Shoes. -- , I 11 CALDWELL & LANIER, .,. ..... 1 T- -- Von-derheid- c, It g School Books, Tablets And Copy Books, Pens, Ink And School Supplies It rs, PENNY'S DRUG1STORE. I -- ur YOUR OWN PRICE. To-da- y 1,5-1- 0 i - Ladies' II ;: I Children's Slippers 11 Cost Not Considered. I! Cheaper Than I Can Buy Them Myself. H. J. McROBERTS. -- M not-Ice- Dry Goods, Groceries And Genral Merchandise. Every Thing Way Down. STANFORD. MARK HARDIN, itVl3JMy- - 'et .a. -- ,. vr r n - J."f ' Ja- - -- v $ jw T -- '' , . .. f - i '. . I'llB' Li VJ 13 H nr II It! i ' I 11 Why it it we do not have more excursion parties to tho Mammoth Cave? At Rockford, 111., George Ennett We visit the natural curiosities in oth-e- a ment for 102,000. Like Mark he seems to be out for the stuff and like Mark shot aud killed his sister and then comstates and should feel the same Aug. 19, 1S98 seems to gret it. mitted suicide. pride in this great natural wonder of Ky., Stanford. A tornado near Canby, Minn., Is re our own state Hundreds of distinPOLITICAL POINTS, ported to have killed seven people. guished visitors from all over the y. P. WALTON. world visit it each year. It is evor Gen. Fltzhugh Lee, according to a Seven are also missing. San Beruardluo, Cal., had a thus. That which Is the greatest disWashington paper, has announced that he will enter the race for United States hot spell with an average temperature tance from home is most attractive to When a father write Unit yours ' t the of over 105 for the week. us. the world," tet medicine In lor teeming jou cnu n common experience to have Dr. Ayer'n Knroopnrllln prescribed by n phytlclan. Senator In A irginia. allow nomethintr cxtravn. It it common experience to tee n "com. Tho case of Bob Blanks, who was to The Danville water works plant has KAuce in the ctutcmeut l( you know thnt plcte cure follow the ute of a few bottle J. C. W. Beckham, of Cardstown, the medicine o jiruUcd, cured a loved of thin gtcnt blood purlf) lug medicine. Democratic Nomlneo Tor Congress, speaker of the last House, will be a have been hanged at MayflcliJ on tho the reputation of being the best in the daughter of di.caie mid renlorcd to her Mtcnu.c. it Is a tpecific lor all formt of 2(5th."has been nppealcd. the eycxieht nenrlv lost The liett Slate. Hon. Gcorgo W. Bnird, of Mt. blood dUcAKe. If n dUcnsc candidate for the democratic nominin the world lor you U the medicine In bad or Impure blood, Dr.lint it origin HON. G. G. Noah Taylor was convicted of mur- Sterling, ami Major J. L. Hudson, enthat cure you. There cnu't be an thing oparlln. acting directly oil Ayer't Hart. ation for Lieutenant Governor. better. No medicine can do more thau moving lt impuritlet nud the blood, re. der of Snellen Howard in Harlan and gineer for tho proposed watty works of giving to It Of Shelby County. L. O. Murphy has been appointed cure. That in why John S. OiH.dc. of vitalizing energy, will promptly eradicate given a life sentence. Orrick, Mo., write iu tnoe trou term Mt. Sterling, visited Danville to Investheill'eanc. deputy comptroller 01 the currency, The great feature of Dr. Aver' Sartapa. " Dr. Aycr' 5.irnparllln Not hampered by orders from Wash- vice George W. Coffin resigned, to Tho father of Jim Corbott, the pugi- tigate the plant. Mayor J. B. Fisher the bent medrilla it icine iu the world. My daughter had a lt ute. the radical curet that remit from wife, and com and tho wator works committee show Many medicines only itipptcti ington and not having heard of the accept the presidency of a Now York list, shot and killed his push the pimples down 'f'"l"c uncr wic .ine.sici, title 10 tnklnir diteae cold. She wan nearly bllnd.nnd was obliged under the they they paint the complexion mitted suicide In San Francisco. ed them the splendid machinery and signing of the protocol, Admiral Dew- bank. to remain in a dark room nil the time. with subtletkfn. nrteulca compounds, but the George W. Fall, a prominent Web- filtor In operation, and explained the The doctor could j!tve her no relief; one disease ragct iu the veins ey proceeded to take Manila 24 hours The election Commissioners appointliken pent-uo( them directed me to give her Ayer'a Tire, mid omc day break out in vol. been suspend- ed for this section are as follows, the ster county citizen, dropped dead at a working of the system. They were after hostilities had S.irnparll!a. Two bottle cured her com. came eruption that eats uti the bodv Jiletely." much pleased with the plant and deof the president. Of course first two named in each county being barbecue while talking to a friend. Aycr s s.irtaparllla goct to the root. It ed by order J. W. Marshall, of Prestonburg, was sired to have one like it in their own The thounnds of tctlmonlnli to the make the fountain clean niul the water he had not heard of It, as news to Ma- democrats and the third a republican: re clean. It make the root good and value of Dr. Aycr' Barsnparilla repeat of $150 by two city. good. the fruit It give Nature the nila has to go by cable to Hong Kong except in Knox, wnero they all are waylaid and robbed over and over again, in one lorm or another element she needs to build up the broken the expression. "The doctor gave htr down constitution not to brace It up with The "county road row" is creating and be sent GOO miles by dispatch boat. democrats and in Laurel the last nam- masked men who carried Winchesters. no relief j one of them directed me to Mimuinut patch It up on W. R. Staples, mall agent on tho C. considerable interest in this county. ciee her Dr. Aycr' Snraparil!n. Two nend for !)ror Aycr s Curcbook,the surface, Saturday the admiral gave the Spanish ed being a populist. and learu bottle completely cured her." more about the cures effected by thlt & N., jumped from his (Jar when It ran The trouble wus caused by a warrant They declined one hour to surrender. Bell-- C. It U n common experience to try Dr. remedv It't tent tree ou request, by h W. Short, G. W. Sauls-bur- y, Aycr' Sars aparilla at a latt retort. It It J C AcrCo., Lowell, Mass. off the track near Scottsvlllc and was sworn out against Sue Doram for obto do so and tire was opened at 9:40 a, R. Royland. killed. structing tho road by opening up a m. The Spaniards returned it as best Boyle James H. Baughman, Thos. newspaper rock quarry In the middle of It. The J. S. Cisco, a they could, but the markmanshlp of H. Fox, N. K. Tunis. stabbed Her- Dorams claim that the quarry Is not the Americans was too much for them. Casey J. W. Hoskins, John W. man of Nashvilc, Tenn., bert Davis to death because Davis had in the road laid off by the county, but Our troops on land swept everything Whipp, John J. Elliott. they had consented for their neighbors Spaniards to before them, driving the Garrard W. L. Lawon, C. A. Rob- ruined his daughter. II. Claus, who murdered his two to drive that way for convenience and where the white inson, George Pherigo. their Inner defenses, flag was hoisted at 11:20 A. M. The Konx W. S. Woodson, J. Smith companions bound for Alaska, com- the distance being less. The ca-- was mitted suicide at Nanalmo, B. C, with tried boforo Magistrate Terhune and American commanders gave orders to Hays, D. B. Faulkner. decided in favor of the Doram family. spare the city as much as possible, diLaurel W. S. Young, John Pearl, strychnine furnished by his wife. In Justice Landrum's court in Atlan- Now warrants have been against recting the fire against the defenses. Frank Johnson. Capt. Gen. Angustl escaped In a GerLincoln Jesse P. Rifle, B. W. Glv-en- ta, Wm. Bain, aged 71, cut the throat Tom Connelly and sons for renting the of James Phillips, aped 30. who the quarry. man cruiser, and Germany may have B. B. King. aged father claims seduced his daugh Mrs. B. F. Phillips entertained Monto auswer for this violation of neutraliMndlson John B. Chenault, W. A. day evening In honor of Miss Sue Mc- ter. ty, as it is said that the general left Langford, B. J. Clay. Near Moultrie, Ga., a fight took place Roberts' visitors. MUses Sprinkle, of after ordering the fight. Pulaski Ben V. Smith, J. A. Den-habetween a sheriff's posse and Virginia, and Higglus of Richmond. lot We strive to pleruc our customer nnd we believe we guococd The American loss was only eight Walter Elrod. Frikilled and 50 wounded, while the Wayne G. A. Lanier, S. H. Berry, Negro gamblers In which five of tho Mrs. E. W. Lllllard entertains 2nd We give inoro Roods foi fl thnn any oainintltor latter were killed and three mortally day afternoon in honor of her sister, slaughter of the Spaniards was terrific. J. A. Brown. Mrs. John Rupley, of Texas and Mrs. wounded. About 7,000 prisoners with their arms ,lrl. Our prices nro the loneHt and enn't tic totiolicd by otheM. WAR TALK, Marv Susan Sudduth, of Logan Bingamln Sneed Stout. MUs Eliza were taken and all the public property It It Oursnlo are increasing ilnlly became ho give filed suit against E. Sweatt Caldwell was stormed by the horse good surrendered, but the treacherous SpanForty thousand men were in line in county, has of promise to wed. She back for the !oTt poiiblc price. Luclub Monday evening. Miss iards burned a gunboat after surren the great review of the army atChicka- - for breach cy A'ebb, of Lexington, who has been Mm wants $5,000 and files a dering. 'The Insurgents were not al- mauga. nth -- We give full weight and mensurt- - for what we repruetnt nt baby as an exhibit. the guest of MUs Bessie Wolfork has lowed to enter the city, but were driven nil times. It is said the Third Kentucky will Over 10 per cent of the entire Inter- returned home. Rev. John Fox and WM back by the Americans when they at- be among the o0,000 volunteers musnal revenue of the country comes from wife, of Brooklyu, are the guests of tho we juy no attention to others and nttond strictly to our own tempted to do so. Gen. Miles has ask- tered out. Kentucky, that Is $lS,22s,l18.3 of the Misses Young. Mr. W. B. McMurray, ed instructions as to what to do with business Gen. Joe Wheeler and Roosevelt's these cattle, who seem disposed to give Rough Riders have arrived at Montauk S170.S6!,fllU6 collected. This district of Indianapolis has joined his wifo at 7th Customer receive courteous nnd jKillie munition nt nil time Mr. Alex Dunn's. Gov. Knott and paid In $2,11S.050.11. us a great deal of trouble. It was the Point L. I. r it is our pleasure as wull n duly. Three terrible tragedios occured in Prof. Fnles left Tuesday for Tatham WH good fortune of Dewey to fight the first Col. Castleman and a part of hisregl- " as many days. In an Arkansas town Springs. Miss Margaret Fates is the and last battles of the war, but he de- menl arrived safely - ' Sth - Come to dee tt nnd vrju'11 be glad. at Ponce, Porto one man was murdered, and out of it guest of Miss Laura McChord at serves the distinction. Rico, Tuesday. grew the lynching of five people, three Springfield. Miss Mary Breckinridge The American Hag was hoisted over Surgeon Major Griffith, of Gen. Santhe Philippines by virtue of military ger's staff, says typhoid fever is epi- men and two women. In a Dakota vil has returned home from Lexington. lage three men were killed In a des- Mrs. Lillie Buchanan, of Lebanon, was 4 force and not by protocol. This gov- demic at Chickamauga. perate light, and In New York city a guest of Mrs. Knott Saturday. Mrs. ernment should therefore see that It Is "The Department of Porto Rico," police officer murdered his mother, his the Bettle Skinner and children, of St never hauled down. will be commanded by Maj. Gen. John wife and his two little girls and com- Louis, Mr. R. L. Gentry, of Kansas columns tell in detail 0f R. Brooke, now with the army of oc mitted suicide. This is a total of 15 City and Mr?. Nannie Estill and chilOcn local the execution here yesterday. It is cupation in that territory. people killed. In each case a bad wom- dren, of Scdalia. Mo., are guest of Mr. Blanco has resigned his post as Cap an was awful to see a human being put to at the bottom of tho fearful and Mrs. Abe Caldwell. Mr. Basil J W.IUJlT,MvN.lt.EB. death, but a life for a life should al- tain General of Cuba. He gave as the deed; in two instances unfaithful wives: Guest, of Louisville, is with friends In ways be the forfeit. If the legal kill- reason for resigning, his unwillingness in the third a scarlet woman. Danville this week. Mr. J. S. Roberts ing of the Negro will stay the bloody to superintend the evacuation of Cuba. continues very ill at Nashville, Tenn. Mniu StTeet, Interior Journal Hiiildlng, Maufrd, Ky DANYILLE. carnival In this county, he will not The mortality among the Spanish Mrs. Roberts Is with him. Miss Lizsoldiers surrendered at Santiago Is so have died in vain, but we fear his death Mr. Luther Stodghlll was the sten- zie Reld has gono to Chicago to conwill have little effect, since but few in great that It Is impossible to bury the ographer In the turnpike suit. tinue her studios. Miss MoKinley, of the vast crowd seemed to realize the dead. The bodies are piled together Quite a number of comfort bags have Winchester, is withMlss Emily Letch-o- r solemnity of the act of taking a per and burned. for a few davs. Miss Georgia Mc A dispatch boat sent to Havana car been made here for our Ky., soldiers. son's life, even by the power of the (colored) de- Afee is visiting friends in Louisville. The Danville Athletics law. Let those who would dye their ried the first U. S. flag in that port feated the Stanford INTEKIOIS Dr. J. W. Lynch, Mrs. R. D. Bruco since Leo left there. Blanco had keot hands in another's blood though pause and son Jake and Mrs. Will Yeager Tuesday 10 to 1. and think. After a long time the scaf- the people in ignorance of the surrenTuesday, Wednesday and Thursday have gone to Crab Orchard Springs. fold has been again erected In Lincoln der. the Q. & C. will sell round trip tickets Mrs. Joseph Nichols and daughters, of Oiler instruction in Agriculture, Mednniral Engineering Electrical Engineering, In a quarrel over a game of craps at county and from this time on let us hope u iuw nays v .... viz- .Mitiiieiuniicni. nioiogirnl it nil niiiiuivviHi6, tim-- iiiivs ui ciieui-mNewjort New., Va., Private McGulre from Danville to Niagara Falls for L.ouisruie, are spending that every murderer will expiate his with relatives In Danville before going Mii'inical, l :.imc niul IVilmrogy, each of which lend to n degree. Twcnty-Kie$10.50. stabbed and .probably fatallv wounded IWctnttrs! and Assistants. Laboratories nnd crime like Stephenson. The Rev. J. R. Savage Is conduct- to Crab Orchard Springs. Mr. Reu- Countv nppointei'S receive free tuition, matriculation, fuellargo mid well eniiitined Sergt. McCue. Both belong to Com mid ...I. ing a meeting In Jessamine county. ben Bright and daughters are the n.ituiiii 4khrft.4hT u kucii ui iiiioiii(ees wini leiuaiu at. J. ligts mid room rent l. IVttJlltf uii-uu- i J1A pany H of the Third Kentucky. ino iuu coiiegintu venr , election commission has made The guests of Mrs. Henry Bright. Mossrs. Hoard in dormitories il'2o per wee-- iu private inmilios f'2 .'0 to I J. Ilo'trd, uniThere was a sharp fight au Mayaguez Dr. Lapsley McKee will supply his form, books and washing need not exceed fl'.'O per year. excellent appointments for the election G. R. Eddy and Luther Raines continpulpit Sunday. board in this county. They are Jesse before the news of the armistice ar- Fall Term Rev. Massle, the now Baptist minis- ue very ill of typhoid fever. Mr In Soptombor. Spaniards were P. Riffe and B. W. Given-)- , democrats, riveu. xwenty-iou- r ter, preached to a crowded house Sun- Robert Evans who has malarial fever Preliminary KxnintnitioiiH Ilrt Monday in September Fur catalogues nnd other Information apply ' and Hon. B. B. King, republican. With killed, 50 wounded and 00 captured. day morning. He Is an eloquent speak- is improving. The Americans lost one man killed and such men to name election officers, K. I.. I.. D er and very popular. those people who think the Goebel law 15 wounded. Dr. Green will return from Atlanta Gen. Shafter has reported that Maj. will rob them of every right, will be lllue-rMlley ha just returned from Baracoa this week and will preach at the First Our Kami of 1M Arre of lirt-CIassured of the groundlessness of their i than Presbyterian church next Sunduy. land, til usled Jan. 1, bslftnili' truiii mitIii t fears and be able to sleep again of and Sagua de Tonamo, where 7,775 Mrs. Green will not return for several llrse wlim given drtlred. - II and M J. Adams, II it uiiTille, Ky. 4S If nights. In naming the commissioners officers and men surrendered. These weeks. given represen- troops did not know of the destruction the republicans were Mr. Sam Harding bought of Mr. J. AUCTION. tation on the boards in all but i coun- of Cervera's fleet or the fall of Santi- W. Yerkes the lot on tho north east ties; democrats being named entirely ago. The IliHtnnvlllo I'alr AwkMntlon lll eil The Third Kentucky, Oue Hundred corner of Fourth and Walnut streets, lit auction Aupint '.'oth. the fair in 11 and democrats and populists in Kt. for $2,000. Mr. Harding will erect resi- lumber, i: of nlwut oo feet of oak We print elsewhere the list of appoint- and Sixtieth Indiana and Fifth Illinois, dences for rent. and poplar fonelii? ami l.t00 feet of oak ments in this section, which can not which regiments were at Newport Mrs. Tom Green, Miss Lettio, Dr. 1k)Iiijj. salo at J o'clock nt tho fair News on tho point of sailing for Porto grouudi. fail to give satisfaction. and wife, of Chicago, and Miss W. I) lloCKEH. X'rretim Rico when the protocol was signed, Craig Sue McDowell, were In Lincoln county The president turned down John have been ordered into camp at Lex- this week hunting for the graves of Henry Wilson for district attorney, al- ington, ancestors. of The reported massacre of 100 wom- some their McDowell received tho though backed by Deboe and CongressMr. Joseph IFLui mkkIi iLLLV bLLMbLLLbLLLpsVB?mm wi II I il LH man Pugh, and promised to appoint en and children at Ciales, Porto contract for keeping the Harrodsburg The u ml red Htishels Superior Srfil Wheat SlaBV IjinilKTry. V advantages Trill a II Colpon's brother-in-laFltzpatrick, of Rico, by Spanish troops, Is confirmed. and Perry vllle pike In repair at $00 stand a week Itafter rlviilnir. are' I lrt,It itweight Secoml, fled on hearing that tho Middlesboro, who is not near the law- The troops per mile. Six miles of the Lebanon more r Itushel than any other variety. Third, It piirixc yer Wilson is. It is strango indeed Americans were approaching. The pike to Scott Aldrldge at $50 per mile. command a blither price for milling H.CItOW, It Rox 5, Shelby City, Ky. natives raised an American flag and how Colson accomplished the appoint "We are out this year with some new improvements. Mr. George Gregory, who died at his Some manufacturers imitale. ment, especially since he is almost an the troops returned and massacred home near Danville, was burled In We don't; wc originate. Perfect in a'ni cjs, Hpht drift, fores feed, die. ex and had landed Hill for district at them. He was a wldo The President appointed commis- Perryvlllo cemetery. torney. Tlio Farmers Hank fc Trust Co., located wer and left no children. His brother, sions to adjust the evacuation of Cuba ut Stanford, in tho of Kentucky, Is David Gregory, of Richmond, Va., closing up Its affairs. State creditors of wild All Day is about to resign as Secretary and Porto Rico, as follows: For Chba burial. Hank therefore uro hereby notltled to pre- When you nre oflercd n disc drill. Oihera aro imitation?. We were unable to fil of State to head the list of peace comGen. James F. Wade, Admiral Win. came to attend his Ken- sent their claims against said Hank for pay- our orders lbt year, nn I kindly ask you to plnce your order with us enrly for the best Jesse Holmes, of the Second ment. missioners to Paris and will be succeed- T. Sampson and Gen. Matthew C. Buton enrtb. tucky regiment, died at his home in J. II. OWSLEY, Cashier. ed by Col. John Hay, Ambassador at ler. For Porto Rico Gen. John R. of typhoid fever contracted London. Col. Hay will be the third Brooke, Admiral WInfleld S. Schley Frankfort at Chickamauga. His remains were Tho Lincoln County National Hank, of man to be Secretary of State since and Gen. Wm. M. Gordon. Ky,, succeeded tho Farmers brought to Danville and buried in Stanford. Trust has of Stanford, Ky., and Co.. was inaugurated and at this Hank tt The volunteer army will soon be rehas assumed rate the president may be able to make duced by the mustering out of 125,000 Bellevue cemetery. He was a nephew entire business.all its liabilities, assets and of Miss Belle Hughes. the office go around. men. The administration is already S. II. SHANKS. President. Miss Emma Welslger has returned J. n. OWSLEV, Cahhier. considering which regiments are to be Chautauqua. Miss ElizaIs now said that the 4th regiment retained and which dismissed. It is from Lake Gentry, of Kansas City, is the will be mustered out of service without probable that those who were at San- beth of Mrs. Abe Caldwell. She was FARM FOR SALE, AT ONCE ON MSYlERMis, leaving Lexington. It should bo at tiago and those still in the state camps guest nf until. ISO Acres, well watered and in finenta any rate. There is no use to haul these will bo the first discharged. The one of the house party at Mr. Smith lion. Two dwelling houtei . uood turn, orclinnl. troops Corn and hay crojn can lie bought t'oueMlun men all over the country, especially to be retained will bo distributed as Gentry's In Lexington last week. The tie. to Milt purrhavr. Call ua or address, Klven J. C. when they can go to their mountain far as possible among all the states. Gentry's will hold their next reunion McCLAHY, Stanford, Ky. 4J.ini Tho Clark place on the Bryan Station at Plrtle Springs, Mo. homes and do all the fighting they want Wo offer n and Lexington & Eastern Railway on their own hooks. Mr. G. F. Anderson sold to Messrs. etween four and five miles from LexStephens 50 ewes and Robert ington was chosen for the It Ike Dunn The dispatches say that whon Gens. contains about 5S0 acres camp site.and each at $3.50. Mr. Al Hutchings, a of land Lee and Wheeler met Wednesday in 400 acres adjacent have been secured Boyle county man, won fourth money HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Washington they hugged and kissed in for drill purposes. The officers who with Bessie Leach in tho 2:0S pace at delight. The old fellows visited tho Clark place seemed to hn Terre Haute Saturday. Purse $1,500. raptuoua To close up the season. All we ask is to give ua a cull. Opposito - immen sel pleased with must bo getting doty, or women are command at Chickaraauga it. Sanger's Mr. Allen Kenny sold 5,000 bushels of will go there tcarce. at once. wheat-tMessrs. Cogar fc Co., for 85c. . Ofllco over Hlgglns & McKlnney'a Store. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Mark Hanna's brother sold a yacht that cost him $40,000 to the govern- BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, A DOCTOR'SDIRECTIONS. They save a daughter from blindness. - six-da- y SIX P-A-O-I- GILBERT, itied-Icln- e . 1 1 p 1 well-know- n e I Blue Grass Store, I E I s, SO-o- 9 H H firM-cla- a I I I I h t II I - I I I I I H jj Blue Grass Grocery. D II II II II H E JOCK-NAL- S State College ofKentucky, LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, ht lnu-eui- us ! m-- - Aa- - . I I begins second Tuesday PATTERSON, JAMES Sale or Kent, a II. !., Pre. a ! ln lliutniivllW-I'.km-o'iui- Wh-M- 2-- LIMBER AT eon-Min- Seed Wheat for Sale 11 rB 1 1 KV -- )l-- NOTICE. 1 Always Ask For The "Superior," HIGGINS & McKINNBY. Mc-Klnl- ey It Overstocked. 1, Court-IIouse. Until August DR. R. M. PH9LPS, '98, A Big Reduction for Buggy and Harness Trade, B. K. WEAR Em & SON. Stanford. Kentucky. o '' .iV- - J-K' -- t -- ' , I-- ?'. 3 t':.'. - SOMETHING M fll HI H b Ib H 1 b H h 1 H H i ftN IMMENSE DISSOLUTION SftLE H m ! ffl H H fl H H A m H H 1 B b Take advantage of this great opportunity to buy goods at about half their value. A Special Announcement of Great ol to-da- Interest To The Public. Mr. T. IX KAXKV, Maunder of the Louiville Store, hns received notice from the owners at Louisville that a dissolution will he made in the firm. To do this, we are directed to mark down to the very bottom every article in the store in order to get rid of our stock for Cash. Money we must have and to induce our old and new friends to come and buy of us. we nromise to sell you more roods of all kinds and for less money than von ever yot them before. The firm's only aim is to form a new partnership and continue busi and marked down the entire stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Moness at the same old stand in Stanford, Ivy. Upon receipt of the above noticewc have started in y &c.y to an UXIIEAKD OF LOW TRICE. As our space will not permit, we can only quote you a" few prices, to give you an idea tions, Furnishing Goods, Carpets. Matting:, how prices will be throughout the house. Domestic 30 inch Percale, 10c quality, selling out at 5c.v IIooMer Brown Cotton, yard wide, 3Ac. Yard wide Bleached Cotton, no starch, regular 7c quality, at 4c. Best American Shirting Calico Indigo Blue, fancy calicoes, i. 30. Hope Cotton, Double width reduced to 10c. 5c. drc.--s Dress Lining Cambric 3c. goods, blue brown, black and green, regular 15c good: ' 'P? Bed Ticking, Oc per yard. . Table Oil Cloth, sells every where at 15c, marked down to 10c. Floor Oil Cloth, 15c per ynrd. Linen Crash Toweling, 13 inches wide, 4ic. Blue Cottonade, 10c quality, marked down to 7c. Fringed Bath Towels, 40x20 inches, 10c, regular price, 35c. Fancy Bordered Towels, 40x20 inches, 23c a pair, regular price 40c. Ladies' Sleeveless Vests, 3c. Ladies' Sleeveless Vests, taped ueck, in bleached, 15c quality, now ' Oc. ' &&frfC&7l Men's Fine Show, worth 81.25 and 81.50, now 03c. Men's Fine Calf Shoes, worth 83.50, marked down to 82.48. &rf$c&z& Ladies' Black Hose, 4c. Ladies' Seamless Hose 8c. Men's 1 0c Socks at 5c as long as they last. Ladies' Muslin Underskirts at 4Sc; gowns GSc. Ladies' Gowu, worth 81; reduced to 73c. 75c quality Chemise and Pants reduced to 48c. Ladies' Dongola Button Tip Shoes 73c. Men's Working Shirts 23c. tached, 50c quality, now 35c. wsom, detoched collars and cull's, 35c. Men's Negligee Shirts, collars and culls at White body, colored bosom shuts due. boft Good --- Goods -- ' 15c Suspenders marked down to 0c. Men's luster coats, closing oufr price, 48c. .. Ladies' Shirt Waists, worth 50c and Toes reduced to 25c. Ladies' Black Dress Skirts, worth 82, now $1.23. , AT---- - Men's Odd Pants, worth 75c aud 81, marked down to 48c. One Lot of 81.50 and 82 pants, marked to 81.25. 84 Suits marked down to 82.50. 85 Suits marked down to 82.08. Ladies' Fancy Dress Skirts, worth SI. 50, now 81. Feather Stitch Braid, 4c. Rich Frilled Elastic Webbing was 10c, now oc. John Clarks' Best 200 yard spool thread, only 2c. 4' Nice lot of all wool Clay worsted suits, worth 810, reduced to 80.08. Men's Stiff Hats, 10c. Men's Brown and Black Alpine Hats, sold at 81.25 low reduced to 08c. Gent's Hats and Caps, Carpets and Mattings, Lace Curtains and Window Shades, Trunks and Valises, Bed Spreads and Bed Sheeting, Table Linen c Sale. ud Napkins are included in this Cut-Rat- toy horn Priees. - Late style ladies' collars, regular 15c goods, now 8c. Ladies' Silk Mits, 15c quality, now 9c. Mcu's Summer Underwear, 25c quality shirts and drawers reduced 15c. ' Linen Collars, 8c. Celluloid Collars, 4c. s,l. , ,'( ;M , Xr...a lutii x iu 1)1 ciiot-- CM a 1...1 .1 murKcu uowu io . i r uc. . ' ( Oil Grain Creole Shoes, 81.25 grade, now 98c. ' ' t -- . I .fl Holders of Tickets for Prize will be allowed time till Oct. 1 to fill out amount, but no new ones given. .! HE LOUISVILLE STORE, T. D. Raney, Mgr., STANFORD, KY. ..iz tytkiWbt4' MlHrf-4?Ar- :f V. n - HHMHMMHaHBaMBManHiaMMnwwHBKi p w"THr-W"' ft f-' ' T'i?-'?-S- " "WIT f f'i-T- T. jprVn' Tsjfr .(i JW "r. r I I Ws l, t e. ' n fr T I Iff I t ( rj t F i f, k; E ' I Tlmt Will Dip. Ituasln's MfiKxMnccnt Churches. An eminent Russian linguist, in a The churches in St. Petersburg are so work recently published on the differ- magnificent that they, too, go to your ent languages spoken throughout the head. We did nothing but go to mass Aug 19. 189S world, avers that in 200 5 ears from now on Christmas eve and Christinas day, Stanford. Ky., there wrl be only three living languages for although we spent our Christmas In Russian. English nnd Chinese. All I'crlln, we arrived in St. Petersburg in W. P. WALTON. other languages and dialects, of which time for the Russian Christmas, which there nro at present 3,000, will have comes 12 days later than ours. Saint fallen into disuse. During the twentieth Isaac's, the Kazan and Saints Peter and Triumph of Genius. and twenty-firs- t centuries, according Paul dazed me. The icons or images Modern warfare Is a practical illus- to the Russian authority, the whole of of the Virgin are set with diamonds and tration of the triumph of brains over continental Europe and of Asin, with emeralds worth a king's ransom. They brawn. The case was aptly put by a the exception of China, will have adopt- are ouly under glass, which is kept Scotch sailor who recently applied for ed the Russian language. English will murky from the kisses which the people upon the and feet. The inbe spoken in Great Britain, Australia, a position in the navy. Having en- Africa and America, and Chinese will be press of the hands cathedrals, with their teriors larged upon his experience and quali- the language of the Celestials and the hundreds of silver couronnes, and bat fications, he was taken below and Oceanic archipelago. There are at pres- tle lings and trophies of conquests, look asked if he could make this pieco of ent SCO distinct langunges spoken S9 like great bazaars. Every column is machinery, adjust that or repair the European. 114 African, 123 Asiatic, 117 covered clear to the dome. The tombs other. In a fit of desperation he left Oweanic, 417 American, while in the Rus- of the czar are always surrounded by the ship nnd said: "They don't want sian empire alone CO different tongues people, and candles burn the year round. Upon the tomb of Alexander sailors nowadays; what they want is are found. Pearson's Weekly. II., uuder glass, Is the exquisite laurel The Iuerruse fit Nations. dom blacksmiths." The Scotch sailor wreath placed there by President While Europeun Russia will need was right, says the St. Louis Republic. by only 45 years or so, Germany about C5 Faure. It Is of gold, nnd was madeEu"What is of most importance most famous carver of gold In 70 years, Eng- the years, Austria-Hungar- y nnd particularly in the navy, is men of rope. Lilian Bell, in Ladies' Home 60 years and Italy 110years.it will superior mechanical skill and genius. land Trance over 800 years to double Journal. take Every man from artificer to admiral its population. What signifies the loss The Philippines cnr nt Hand. should be a master mechanic. In Eu- of Alsace Lorraine's 1.500,000 souls comA mnn can go from San Francisco to ropean navies, England easily takes pared with the loss France suffers every the Philippines in two weeks, suryears the Ger- rounded by nil comforts and many first rank, France, Germany and Italy day? In the last rank next, then come Russia and man population has increased by 3,000,-00- luxuries, including ice. A man that who are everyone fully German. set out from New York to go to Omaha Japan. But it is a notable fact that France meanwhile has increased her In 1S03 would have been extremely when England furnishejd Russia with only 175,000, who are not fortunate if he hod arrived there in a people modern battleships, she also had to even of by St. French nationality. The in- year's time wearing his scalp. send nlong skilled mechanics to ex- crease of a nation is of the utmost im- Louis was much larther oway in those plain nnd operate them. Rut even Eng- portance to the success of its country. dttvs than the Philippines are now. land is not in advance of the United It has meant much in the nineteenth When the Pacific is bridged by Hawaii States in mechanical genius. Our century: it willmcnnmore in the twen- and the Caroline islands, the ferrv to Manila will be neither tedious nor dif latest battleships are clearly in ad- tieth. Chicago ficult in nny sense. Time nnd the invance of nnythingyet produced by her A Sailor's School of Manner. man hnc changed On one occasion years ago the presi- ventive genius of shipyards, and we have only just begun one of the ships informally, the question of contiguity. Cables and to build a navy. Herein is Spain's great dent visted fast steamships make nnv unfrozen weakness. It is stated on the highest dispensing with the usunl salute and sea bounded territory contiguous in one of the men rather authority that she has no mechanics ceremony, wln point of time and accessibility. Birmindignantly asked capable of keeping the machinery of lubber was on the another who that ingham (Ala.) quarterdeck that her best ships in good repair. This didn't "douse his peak" to the commoIt Looked Suspicions. has been illustrated again nnd again dore. They were out driviug in the mellow during the present war. Not only so, "Choke your luff, will you?" was the twilight and their engagement was yet but Spaniards lack the mechanical reply; "that's the president of the in its infancy. "Darling," he said, "you are sure that genius necessary to the skillful use of United States." "Well, ain't he got manners enougTT I am the first and only man whose lips the guns, nnd even if they had the salute the talent are too indolent to lenrn. Not to"Manners! quarterdeck, if he is?" hnve ever come in contact with What does he know yours?" o with Americans. They are a race of "Of course I am, dearest," 6he reabout manners? I don't suppose he Inventors. They have astonished the was ever out of sight of land in his plied. "You do not doubt my word, do world in the development nnd appli life." "On a you?" cation of mechanical forces, and no"No, no, sweetheart," he answered; She Didn't Mind It. "I love, you too devotedly for that. But where is this more clearly shown than Mrs. Smithers Bridget, you'll have in connection with the navy. The to replace that china cup you broke when I put my arm around you a moforce of this statement is seen in the yesterday. I've made up my mind that ment ago and you made a grab for the lines, couldn't l.clp thinking recent invitation extended Mr. Scott, I can't stand it to have such things de- sessed I wonderful intuition." you posChicago I get something in rethe builder of the Oregon, by the czar stroyed, unless Evening News. turn for them. of Russia. It is an acknowledgement Bridget All right, mum. 01 remtm-be- r Why She Iln.l to Go. on the part of one of the foremost Oakthe time you won at powers of the world that American ley'sat parthj', you said itit Mrs. the Mrs. Wakelclgh IHow did you come was lose your girl? thought you liked geniu3 in this line stands at the head. sbnidest prize what your club give dur-l- to so much? her Clearly brains have triumphed over the whole winther, and you'd bet Miss Flatlcigh Oh, she got above brawn in modern warfare, and will she niver paid over a quarther fer it at her place and I just insited on having some bargain counther. Here's the mamma discharge her. continue to triumph. change. Oi can afford to break wan o "What did she do? Want to set up Not a dozen years ago to say of a thlm ivery day, and still save money. a grand piano in the kitchen?" man that he parted his hair in the mid- Cleveland Leader. "No; but she boasted around that dle was one way of saying that he was she had a bigger string of soldier butDestructive Mountain Lions. a poor, weak, effeminate creature. Mountain lions are reported un- tons and belts than I could show." .The ancients so parted their hair, but usually numerous in the hills this sum- Chicago Evening News. those who first resumed any kind of mer. Up at the Ireland rnnch n doaen Ileautlfal Links. or more young colts have been killed parting when the fashion of Affection may be won by the sweetwas disappearing, revolting as they by these ugly brutes. Four big fel- ness of disposition, and esteem and redid from all tradition in fashion, la- lows were seen one day recently by spect by talents und by virtue; but no men at the boriously parted the hair of their one of the creatures, ranch. They are other quality can confer the nameless hard to cowardly round, hard heads on one side, and it trap, but the flesh of n colt shoot or interest which arises from a happy is someof To has taken 100 years for man to sum- thing they admire, and they will run congruity onetastes and of pursuits. one heart, to judge with feel with mon up courage enough to assist na- great risks in order to secure their mind, and to look to the same high nnd ture by brushing his head from the favorite food. Colt steaks, doctored pure sources for happiness, are the with strychnine, ore sure death to most beautiful links of the golden middle. mountain lions. Salina (Utah) Press. chain of domestic union. N. Y. Toxlne Iteroedy Asalnst LocmU. Ledger. Shelllnir. There is a good deal for the farmer The shots from the Spaniards' canreceived to think over in the story The Parental Choice. non crashed through the senside hotel. from Mashonaland, Africa, of the Elsie Is it cool where you're going The guests stirred uneasily in their this summer? of the toxine remedy against One farmer who procured a couches. Fussie I'm afraid not. Name we paid our bills." "It's only supply of locust toxine from the govdoesn't sound like it. ernment says that as inoculated lo- they exclaimed, "and we simply won't "Wbj how's thnt?" "Oh, I heard mamma aBk poppa custs died he kept and dried them, and shell out again: so. there!"themselves With which they gave afterwards, having given the fungus where he thought we'd better go for over to slumber. Puck. time to mature, ground them into powour vacation and he said to Blazes. Singularly inappropriate. der. A swarm of locusts which was Were you ever there?" N. Y. World. Mrs. Jonsing Dis hyab new mlnlstah two hours in passing, went into a Simplicity. menlle patch, and some of the in- am a fine preachab. butheamdeleanes' There is a grundeur in simplicity sects were saturated with a solution an skinnles' young man I ebbah see! Mrs. Black Yes, an' he done toJe mah which is all its own. The plainest lanpowder and set from the ground-umost effective. The noblest loose again. In a couple of days the husband, what weighs two hundard an' guage is theat this time the simplest. visibly affected, the lo- fo'ty, to bewar' les' he should be acts seem swarm was custs remaining stationary on the weighed in de balance an' foun' want-in- ! True greatness is like the mountain that does not impress you with its Puck. mealie stalks. A little later they were massive ruggedness until you gaze back all dead, and the farmer declares that Tbe Savage Hachelor. valley. Deat it from the has not a single locust on his whole he The Sweet young Thing You know troit Free Press. farm. If the story is true it point very well that the man who marries to an effective method of treating a does a wise thing. It YVns", Indeed. long list of farmers' pests. St. Louis Mrs. McLubberty Sure, 01 do be The Savage Bachelor There Is no doubt that he becomes wiser, but there hearin thot Brady, dthe conthractor, is a vast difference between wisdom and who got rich an' wint thravelin' in EuLaaleat Man la tbe Company. rope, fell down in a volcany, last wakel Sixteen men have reported to the sense. Indianapolis Journal. MsLubberty Hear thot, now! Beprovost sergeant for fatigue and were Memory. The gorra, thot was tough on dthe crater! lined up in front of the guard tent to Scientists have discovtred that the Puck. receive instructions. The "provo"had memory is stronger in summer than in t decided that 15 men would be enough winter. Among the worut foes of the The Monolith. A single stone 115 feet long, ten feet for the work he had in hand, and so he memory are too much food, too much told the 16 men. Of course, each one physical exercise, and, strangely square at one end and four feet square had Home particular reason why he enough, too much education. Cincin- at the other has been successfully cut should be excused, and the provo was nati Enquirer. from the sandstone quarries at Houghe In a quandary. After thinking a ton Point, Wis. It is supposed to be the Deadly . he gave tbe command: "Atten"Col. Shott's regiment will be the longest monlith ever quarried. tion! The laziest man step to the most dangerous in the service." Tbe Word "Dad." front. I am going to let him go home. It is probably not generally known "Rati men, are they?" Fifteen men stepped to the front. Adthey have been that the word "dad," used by many "Well, no, dressing the man who had not moved, equipped with but gunB that they don't children in place of "father," is the the provo asked him why he had not know are loaded." N. Y. Journal. purest Welsh. The opening words of stepped out. 'Cuz I'm too blame the Lord's Prayer in Welsh are "Ein Deserved Thaaka. tired," came the answer. It is unnecO'Grady I see they fined you ten Dad." N. Y. Tribune. essary to add that he wos the man to Punishment Ennajh. dollars for being drunk and disturbgo home. St. Louis Republic., Julia Shea Phwat pinance did Faing the peace. A Cabas Talisman. O'Reilly It was unjust, begorra! ther McCarthy give yes phwin yex A touching feature of the hopeful seeing it was Dewey's victory I was towld him yez kissed me? and prayerful Cuban character is deMike Ryan Divil th' bit. He sed Ol Judge. scribed by Grover Flint, where it came hod done me pinance at th' tolmel Finger Tips. Tbe under his notice. It was a little emthut the patterns on the It is blem, consisting of a sculloped strip of finger said are not only unchangetips Her Patriotic Sentiments. flannel, embroidered in silk floss, white He I lee you are wearing tbe naable through life, but the chance of with a crimson heart, a green cross finger-tip- s of two persoiiH being tional colors. and a scroll of leAves, and the motto the is She Of course I am! Why, I think Ires than one in 04,000,000,000. alike in Spanish: "Cheer up; the heart of the American flag is jnst too cute for Kittens and PtUHiles. Jesus is with me." It is worn pinned to A woman delights in being called a anything! Puck. tke shirt, and is a talisman so far as Enlistment in the Army. danger is concerned, as well as a pass- kitten, but a man always resents it The term of enlistment in tbe army port among the Insurgents in Santa when he is said to be a puppy. Chind the marine corps has been three Clara and Santiago. It is made by the cago Times-neralwives and daughters of the Cubuns, fears. It is two years now. Superfluous French Words. and is worn wherever a native A pbiliologist estimates that of every SmoklBK Cora (or Women. is struggling for liberty and independ- 100 words in the French language 13 Russian railroad trains havo Brook ence. St. Louis. Republic. tog cars for women. are superfluous. Chicago Tribune. I.miR'uiiKc THE INTERIOR JOURNAL HINTS TO HOUSEKEEPERS. To lay the dust of a carpet, just before sweeping It sprinkle It thick with little wads of damp paper. To test the freshness of on egg, drop It in cold water, if it is fresh it will sink; if stale it will float. To make a carpet look oright that has lost its color, sponge it off well with strong soap suds in which a little turpentine has been poured. Never trim a lamp wick with scissors. It is almost impossible to cut It clean and straight. Just rub the burned part off with an old cloth. When 0 nutmeg is old it has no oil. If you are In doubt about Its being good, pierce the nutmeg with a needle. If good, oil will immediately spread around the puncture. A marinade is n bath for meat, tlsh and game to soak In before cooking. It is prepared with water, vinegar and wine, seasoned with an onion sliced, spices, bay leaves ond n little salt. If you use a wooden pail about your household and it begins to shrink and leak, fill It with water and then stand it in a tub filled with water. This will swell the wood so It will leak no more. Put a narrow shelf all around your dining-roowith a cleat near the edge. in the bottom of Fasten screw-hook- s the sh-- lf nbout six inches apart. Make the shelf of cheap wood ond have it stained to mntuh the woodwork of the room. Stand all your pretty plates on the shelf, arranging them artistically. Hang your cups and mugs on the hooks. This little inexpensive decoration gives an attractive finish to the dining-room- , which no nmount of heavy and expensive furniture could accomplish. N. Y. World. m - to-da- charcoal is filled with dragged out Into the patio, ar.d In a moment the withered and fnded palm, which this year has protected us so ill from the vhitt.tlon of the angel of death, Is but a handful of white ashes. With It the record of n jwir of sorrows nnd a year of jcye vanishes in white smoke. Ssd indeed It is thnt both alike should leave their sears behind! Stephen Bonsai. In Century. slow-burnin- Palm Snndn- - In Seville. The bringing home of the blessed palm is In Seville a great family function, which means more thou it suggests to the casual observer. The palm, to begin with, is ihc crown of the family tree, nnd stands, for the unity of the household, nnd the concord of as many as dwell together. There Is a branch of olive in every room and in every recess of the great rambling ruin In which we live; but tie palm, which, nlns! this year is bound to tl.e balustrade of the balcony with mourning hands is our profession of faith ond our observance of the Passover. Long before the bells of the GIraldn call tis to the cathedral, ti great brass braslcr g The Military Primer. gold like n of the brass watch. It Is men in the coun-trThe w lek-twho said that it of N dead. An old ild heard him and hit him with nn ax. The never ran frr-was rude it war. to go where warwns. When there is no war, the the coun-trThe is n gcod one to to in time of wlck-ewar and oth-e- r dan-- , gers, Its mem-hc- r get on their life Thev ire the best risks that y beau-ti-ftil plo-te- d corn-pose- d y. The tiest all shl-nbra-vest Sev-en- th nt reg-l-me- Is er reg-l-me- that the pretwas. It is il fl-- e 0, ll-- con-sist-e- d wo-me-n vvo-ma- n Sev-ent- h rcg-1-mc- bc-cau- ne-v- Sev-ent- h reg-l-me- nt de-fen- ds y. Sev-ent- h g Times-Heral- d. reg-l-me- nt be-lon- d be-cati- BRIEF NOTES OF NOTABLES. er hsp-pene- The Sev-ent- h rcglwunt Is n beau-tl-full- y Age-Heral- d. Man-of-War- ." n' wig-wearin- g effi-cac- 3' to-da- y five-ac- re p far-dista- nt Globe-Democra- t. BIsTB-ea- sec-on- d. to-da- y Puck. Fired to Action. "What made Hopper rush off toBZ war?" "Well, he said he would either have to do that or write a war poem Detroit Freo Press. 4,000 times round the world. ble? Tall Ithoilodeadroius. Rubber solution does not always "I've wasted ten minutes trying to In India tiie rhododendron grows to examkeep well, and it is advisable to get a square meal through a padded a height of SO feet, Marigolds and ine the contents of a tube of it if it has golf stocking." Puck. camomiles In North Africa reach n not been opened for some time in orheight of four or five feet. Chicago A Loyal Daughter. der to make sure that a repair can be Chronicle. Milllcent Whnt possessed you to reeffected with it. fuse Mr. Brondacres? Where the Flars Are Slnde. Nuts which will work loose may be Emma He offered nae a ring which he All the flags used by the United States kept tight by preparing a washer of bought from one of my father's com navy ore made at the Brooklyn novy brown paper and screwing them down petitors. Jewelers' Weekly. yard. The work is mostly done by wom on to that. This is worth rememberen. Each flag has CO stars, 45 on ench. Most of tbe Iloada Are Useless. no mechanic at hand ing when there is There arc quite 100 roads of one kind side. io remedy the matter. over the Pyrenees between Horrors of Odd Nu in hers. A cycle railway is something of a nnd another only three of The Siamese have n great horror of in practioc, though already France and Spain, but novelty these nre passable for carriages. Chi odd numbers, and were never known to somewhat stale in theory. A company cago Chronicle. put five, sevivn, nine or eleven windows progress of formation at is now in in a house or temple. N. Y. Sun. Force of Habit. Birmingham for the construction of a Private Casey (formerly of the Met Sorry for It. on the lines "cycle railway" somewhat ."Ton- e- Wc'yo lost our cook. of a switchboard. Its precise form is ropolitan Police) Who goes there? Brown I wish you had lost her by! Deserter A friend. as yet indefinite, but it is expected to "Friend be blowed. Move on er Oi'll death. She's cooking at our house. form an important item at fairs and run yez in." Truth. now. N. Y. Truth. other places of amusement. ruy-uy-do- Queen Marghcritc of Italy has taken camp each raem-be- r is with to golf as a preventive of her increasa nunc. A wag-ofull of pep-p- e ing obesity. cand-dnnd tea goes for Prime Minister Salisbury's family has the e tunwnics of the Sv-tntIn the British pareight representatives might trou-bl- e it In the dark, liament. lark night, when it is far from Zola received the cum of J SO for his and llur-rnfor the first book: for his "L'AssommoIr" he reX. Y. Press. ceived $30,000. Utrlinnitr Their Children. Mr. Balfour isone of the fastest speak There U a pretty custom in vogue in ers in the house of commons, utter Denmark It appears that during ing an average of 100 words a minute. summer holidays the Danes send the the Isben despises the autograph collec- school children of the city to the countor, and recently refused 40 for his try and those of the country to the city. signature. The parents of the country and those Mrs. Ellen Spencer Mussey, of Washof the citl s swap children temporarily, ington, I). C, Is the attorney for the so that the city children ore National Red Cross society. nnd made happy In the country, Gen. Peter Tracy, of Memphis, en while the people in the cities show the joys the double distinction of being n little country people the sights and get up festivals for them. In this wcy Cocousin of Dewey und the uncle of Hob-sopenhagen sends 10.000 school children Although blind In one eye, the late to the rural districts ond entertains the Prof. Mueller, of Vienna, mastered over same number In exchange. Dietetic and Hygienic Gazette. 100 languages and was one of the greatest ethnologists of modern times. To Clean Pnlnt. One of the best methods of cleaning Gilbert Parker, the writer, has been elected an honorary member of the ordinary paintwork is to cmploj- whitRoyal Society of Canada, nnd has re ing mixed to n paste with water. It rubbed on with a piece of ceived the degree of D. C. I from Trin- vhouM coarse Annuel, and then sjKJiiged off ity university, Toronto. Abbas II., the khcdlve of Egypt, never with warm water, in which a very small dlsobevs the command of the Koran by portion of soft soap has been dissolved tasting wines or spirits. He is also a to- Paint which has a highly polished surtal abstainer from tobacco, and this in face Is lx'st cleaned with furniture a land where nearly cvcrylnxly smokes rreom. CIiieitinHtl Enquirer. cigarettes from morning till night. Costly Kmperors. Napoleon I. and Napoleon III. caused WITH THE WRITERS. France to Hpend something like in the different war Jn which Asked how his name was pronounced they engaged. In these vvnrs It Is Sir Walter Besant replied. "Make it reckoned thut more than 5,000,000 men exactly rhyme with pleasant." were killed. One million Frenchmen Stephen Crane asserts that he got ulouc lost their lives in the battles from the football field hit idea- for fought by Napoleon Bonaparte, nnd on nn nverage each of theso men left the Red Badge of Courage. "Henry Seton Mcrriman" is the pen three orphans. name of Mr. Hugh Scott, according to It Had Hern Done. the authority of the editor of the "Well, there was u bit of a knock In Times' Saturday Review. mounting the old 'ordinary.' but with The late George Parsons Lathrop these safeties there's nothing to learn. began his career ns poet with two vol The hardest part Is getting off, and umes called note and iiooitree nnu that's not the easiest thing when one Kecuan's Charge. He was largely in- ts going nt a gcod rate." strumental in organizing the Copy "Not the euslest? Surely you don't right league. mean that It's difficult? Why. my dear Ollbert Parker, the writer, has been fellow, I could do that otriny head!" elected an honorary member of the Moonshine. Royal Society of Canada ond has reHad Cuse of Insomnia. ceived the degree of D. C. L. from "Doctor," said Mr. Spudds, "my inTrinity university, Toronto. somnia is much worse than It ever was Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, of before." Christ church, Oxford, better known "Indeed." replied Dr. Paresis. as "Lewis Carroll," author of "Alice in "Yes, sir; It Is. Why, I can't even Wonderland," who died on January sleep when it is time to get up." Lou14 at Guildford, England, left a gross don estate valued at about $21,000. A Mystery I'nrnrthrd. We learn that Mr. A. T. Qulller-CoucFor many years the exact burial the Cornish novelist and essay- place of James Otis, one of the revoluist, has great difficulty in persuading tionary lenders, has been shrouded in people that his name is pronounced mystery. It has now been discovered "Cooch," and says that, though ho that he was interred in the old Granary never Invented the pronunciation, he burial groundsill Boston. Chicago Incan prevail on only a few friends (out- ter Ocean. side of Cornwall) to believe in it. Once Only. Pushalong This is the second five FOR THE CYCLING MAJORITY. you've asked me for in 0 week. That's pretty quick work; quicker than lightIt requires "sand" to learn how to ning. ride a bicycle, but one doesn't care to Thesplcus How do you mean? encounter much of It afterwards. Pushaloug Lightning never strikes L. A. W. Bulletin. twice in the same place. Harlem Life. On a fine day it is reckoned that the Deceived. cycle riders of tiie world cover the First Mosquito I'm disgusted. grand total of 100,000,000 miles, or Second Mosquito What the trounip-piled cqulp-pe- d. When it goes ent-nl- p tosum-mt- r y llt-tl- h reg-l-me- nt inn-m- a pa-p- h Sev-ent- h reg-l-men- t! raise monument, and helps all he con. Ho Is Indefntigablo In visits to studios nnd in encoiirngcnient to sculptors, painters and other artists whom he regards as able. It Is, however, only under great disadvantages thut n man on a throno encourages the nrts. His very jiowcr stands In his way. The importance of whnt ho says is such that a criticism exercises a crushing effect. The fact that ho Is of so imIf not expetuous and actly domineering, a nature, puts I1I111 at tills disadvantage; h admires great lyccrtnlnnrtlst sand their works, and almost vlolcutly dislikes the works of others. He Is a pretty partisan, and, what Is worse, he cannot help it. because he gets it by Inheritance from some old Slavic prince of on ancestor who in his own day probably caused tho artists of the wrong amp to be to the grim gods of paganism. Century. Ileptlles nnd .Mmlr. Tarantulas do not dance to the sound of the violin, but let the peopla they bi'-- do the dancing; scorpions, however, enjoy fiddling, and llnrdsgo crazy for music of any kind. As for serpents, the boa constrictor and python arc senseless to melody, but the cobra Is fnsclnotod by the flute and still more bv the fiddle. Polar bears enjoy the violin; so do ostriches; waive will stop in the chase to listen to a cornet; elephants ore fond of the flute, espe cially the upper notes; tigers, while appreciating violin nnd flute, cannot stand the harmonium, while the musical seal shows tin emotion on hearing any Instrument, not even the buss drum. Qunrterly Review. The In nnd Out ifllnnll. unique In Hawaii the, have custom in regard to debt. savsMr O W. Sturgls, of Oregon. Any stranger can get credit almost from the time he long as sets foot on the islands, li:t he owes a dollar he is not penult ted to leave the country. A man who get hopelessly Involved In debt down there huil ns vell moke up his mind to become n cltlen for the rest of his life-- he can only escape by liquidating been trlctl, enThis low has forced, but in the event of annexation to the United States the Inland mny get n new system of laws thut will re j.enl the existing statutes. Washington Post. KnnlUh Slrrl. Some remarkable specimens of Swedt, sac-iflcum-vvr- v alw-avs Willie'.. 11 earnestly desires to inako the Hue arts flourish in Prussia, and In this respect, as In all others, to set the paco for this German empire. He Ik generous In exhorting cities to Wllhcliu II. as Art Pntron. ed t TNX4 n. - 1 ish steel have been shown In the Stockholm exhibition. One was a ribbon of steel, extremely thin, nnd over 4,000 feet long. It wns so thin n to weigh only- - 43 pound. The sample was produced ot the Sandvlk works, where a very large proportion of the pnrngon umbrella ribs of the world arc produced. The steel ts so valuable thnt, in order to maintain its standard, every piece Is examined, nnd workmen cut out any parts that arc burnrd, and remove the Inst particle of scnle. Youth's Companion. I V 700,-000.M- - Tit-Hit- s. h, eyes, fired. "HnJ" said he, "who said I could not hit the side of a barn?" But when he went to look for tho mark of the bullet he found he had fired through a knoj hole. Indianapolis Journal. Spiked (Jtins at Clark's Point. The discovery ho been mode that the guns ut Clnrk's Point, New Bedford, arc spiked and that they hava been in that condition n number of yenrs. The deen moy have bet n dono by the porgie pirates at the time they were ravaging the waters of Buzzard's bay anil defying the entire navy of Massachusetts, as represented by the Ocean Gem. Fall River Globe. It Was Too Polntrd. "Ah," he suld, "you are the light of my existence. "No," she cried; "it is false. You have a nose on you thot throws mc away in the shade." Some folks enn take jokes, but his dream of bliss ended right there. Cleveland Leader. Too Late. Mr. Sllkhat I think this new law to prevent imbeciles from getting married is a good idea. Mr. Henpeck (sadly) Wal, yes, but it comes too late to do us any good. N. Y. Disproved. The Spanish gunner got himself within the barn, shut the door und bolted It. Putting his rifle to his shoulder, ho took careful aim, and, shutting his f 1 t ' Journal. A Dally Crowd. Doyle Shea chooscd a novel mithod av committin' suicide. Duggan How did he do th' thrick? "H attlnded the East soldc mask boll ripresinting a Spanish To-ray-r- c r. c .U- - j. aO.--J- ' i fst . t pr ...-r-v"- .SJwwrvr!rTT rpir -- ??"''" Tm&nWT jjgjjPjBMMpaMBMMaMpf "" S THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., E. C. 4 - Aug. 19, 1898 Walton, Businixs Manaoku. It! never too pood for work. Thnl Is the ronton wo lice tho best goods vnly. Penny's Drug Till! best Store. Mils. B. II. Dank.3 is visiting Mrs. I J. M. Bruce In Louisville. Hon. G. A. Lackey and S. C. Lackey nre visiting relatives in Garrard. "Misses Ollie Baldwin and Fannie Watts, of Richmond, are with Mrs. W. II. Shanks. V. R. Coleman sent us a long letter from Casey, but it had to give away to tho hanging. Mil. J. S. Goode, of Piano. Texas, paid us a pleasant call yesterday. He Is prospering In the Lone Star State. SECItETAItY W. V. TIN3LEY $2 TO by the L. Cincinnati for tho fc N. next Sunday. round-tri- p Fine assortment of tooth brushes just received, to bo sold nt ridiculously low prices. Craig fc Hocker. Foil LIFE. James B. Howard, whose trial for tho murder of Thomas Baker has been in progress at London for several days, was convicted, and the jury fixed his punishment at imprisonment in tho penitentiary for life. An appeal will bo taken. fc 4. t -- mi i it V; fit i Jailed. W. Logan Wood, bore yosterday advertising the Bar- Doits', to tho wllu of Rev. II. n. bourvllle fair, which begins Aug. 31. sherltr, arrested II. I. Baugh and lodgLANCASTER. MUU, a l)oy. MltS. Maiitha GltlMES and Miss ed him in jail to orve out a fine of $10 Mu. L. M. Wbstbrpiuld id down Paulino Grimes wont to Eli7abethtovn assessed against him at the last court The buyers of export cattle were with malarial fever. yesterday to visit Cashier J. S. Grimes. for disturbing religious worship. Ho here Wednesday in numbers. Wcihl, 1 Rlgncy, a white M. Eui.n'NKK is ovor from Mu. ilUNliY Patteiison, of Lancaster, also arrested Luther of Lexington, succeeded in buying for f Men's Jngcr fenced Vest or Pants, 50c. 90c Hoys' Jaser fenced Vest or Pants, Wilmoro with friends. came over to tho hanging, but got boy, for stealing watermelons from Lehman, of New York, two car loads 40c. Mil. ANuMits. KdCaktek arc here four hours after it was over with. Tom Proctor. from A. R. Denny and four car loads t Crab Orchard Dlt. ANI Mlts. E. J. BnoWN, Messrs. CaCoht. SherilT J. M. Brown and from Gibbs Bros. Price paid 4!c The Mil. GkokueE. Faiuus is pending M. S. and Jones Baughman and J. F. Jailer T. J. Boll, of Casey, were here cattle will bo shipped today. the week at Crab Orchard. Holdam went up to the Brodhead fair yesterday en route to Liberty with The republican county convention 20c Chi'dren'sNet Vest ot Pants, 8c. 10c Children's Net Vest or Panss, 5c. Miss IJr.ssiu Caiison, of tho East yesterday. Stephen Drye, a Negro who broke jail met Wednesday according to schedule Green. End, Is visiting Miss SaMe Sheuipp II. II. Colyeii and Dr. II. there Friday night and who was cap- and selected 112 delegates to cast the 10 LlTTi.n Misses Roberta and Myrtle R. Gibson, of Richmond, came down to tured at Middlesboro. He is charged votes of Garrard nt the district convenO'Uannon uro attending tho Drodhead the hanging, but the man was cold and with striking Wash Brown, a white tion and to voto as a unit upon all ques Call and See us. fair. dead when they arrived. man, with an axe. tions In the Interest of G. M. Davison. C. C. CAUSON wont up to Urodhoad Misses Julia and Bessie Watts, Gov. W. O. Bradley, D. R. Collier, McFahla.nd. Mrs. McEarland, aired Wm. Tuesday to assist the band during the of Fayette, Lillian Forsythe, of Herndon and W. T. West are fair. and Mrs. A. W. Smith and S2, died at thj home of her daugh- prominent among the delegates. MlSS HiiLMt HOOT hah returned Mr. L. C. Holoy, of Boyle, are guests ter, Mrs. Bcttie C. Pcnnybackcr, at Harry Robinson, who is down with Kingsvllle, Wednesday afternoon of a from visit to Mrs. Walker at Rich- of Mr. T. K. Trlbblc. fever, is reported a little better this mond. JOUNG. Pl'LLIAM, D. M. Hutton, complication of troubles. Her remains morning. Miss Elizabeth Broom, of Miss Hussib MnNEKHB Is back from CapU Charles T. Corn and Lewis C. were laid to rest In the family burying Mississippi, is the chnrmlng guest of a protracted lslt to Chicago and ColWood, of Harrodsburg, the two former ground yesterday afternoon. She was a Miss Eudoxle Moss. Miss Mattie S HELTON, PRESIDENT. WILLI umbus, O. representing tho Democrat, Capt. Corn splendid woman nnd a devout Catholic. Buchanan, of Campbellsvillc, is visiting . Mu. lJrr Va CO 11 AN, of Greononotlc, the Times Star and Mr. Wood the ShVBRANCE. The Severances hero her sister. Mrs. J. H. McMurtry. HenInd.. Is visiting his cousin, Councilman Sayings, took In the hanging. havH received news of the death at ry Boyle and wife, of Cincinnati, are Full Course of Study in Literature, Science, Music, Art and Elocution, under culJohn M. Stone. V.'iinamaker, Kas., of Mr. George W. guests of the family of R. Boyle. The tured and experienced teachers LOCAL HAPPENINGS, Miss Map.Y EuciN will enteruiln Special attention given to Primary nnd Preparatory Classes, Severance, of cancer. He was ',l' years Misses Wyntts, of Lexington, are visitCall nt the College and get a copv of our New Catalogue, or write for one to MRS. the llaptlst Aid Society from .'! to f Spectacle-- , at Craig ft Hooker's. old and a brother of the late Messrs. ing Mr. D. K. Best. NANNIE, S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. Stanfoul, Ky. Friday afternoon. The criminal docket of the present Joseph and William Severance, who MlSSKH TllKO AND llKKTIU Ml'L- FINE pickling vinegar at Warren & have died in the last lo months. Mrs. court is unusually heavy, containing UN'S, of Livingston, tjont several days Shanks. D. C. Payne, a sister, Is very ill of three murder cases. Wm. McCoy for at Dr. E. J. Brown'. drop-- y at Crab Orchard. the murder of his father-in-luDavid IlAItltODSUUKO Is trying to get a Mits. Sam McDowell, of IJoyle, Whitehead In 1SS9, will be tried. Tho soldier camp there. paid her brother, Mr. G. C. Kellor, Jr., Coloiied Institute. We were fur- grand jury returned indictments for a short visit this week. at once, 100.000 dozen eggs nished a good report of the Institute by murder against Porter Warren nnd Wanted Wo Veep "the bet" line of Dll. Wm. SlIUI.TON Is visiting Mt. at tin. II nun Powell, Gilberts Creek, Mrs. Annie H.Tardif, secretary, which E I Clouse and their enses will come up we would havo published but for the next week. Wm. Vernon nnd other points In tho Inter- Ivy. Wrenn was indicted pressure upon our columns by reason of est of Stunford Femalo Collogc. counts, largo the hanging. The proceedings have on two without one for malicious shootSchool supplies, including ing at woundinc and the other That clever gentleman, A. H. Cun- lino of beautiful tablets at W. aB. e Paproved very Interesting nnd profitable for raiding. John Kersey Is of the Chutflehl-Wood- s ningham, for the shooting of Henand Instructor F. L. Williams has on trial per Co., called on us Wednesday. ry Beasley. There admirably fitted es on the docket. ure 10 divorce cas- AKo "the best" l'alnts. Oils. VarnMie-.- Lead, Colors and Stains. rilESCKIPTIONS careFaumuus. Return our sacks ntonce shown himself to be Mlts. Gkop.ub C. KULUKIt, Sit., Is up fully compounded from 4,the best" drugs obtainable. Yoar patronage Is always appreHarrodaburg to see her grandpon, or else you will have to pay for them. for the position. The teachors have all from ciated und It will be our constant aim to .ell "tne " goods at reasonable price. taken part In the discussions and evincMIDDLEBUBG, Henry Keller, Jr., who has been vory J. II. Baughman it Co. of'thelr ed more Interest than mo-l. Waltbii Givbns, son of the late white friends in the same calling. The J. M. Durham Is thought to be Im& Mu an'dMhs. W. S. Wahhiin Anthony Given, died in Indianapolis singing led by Dr. V. D. Tardlf has proving slowly. Wednesday from a two months' Rube Staton has sowed a half acre In and was buried horo yesterday. been an especially lino feature nnd visit to relative In Missouri and Kan-eamany white people go to hoar it. The turnips and he anticipates a yield of at rV Tom Evans, who used to black shoes least 200 bushels. MltSSKS. O. J. TllVltMONU and son, in John Cook's barber shop, has joined 'wotk will close today. Rev. Price preached at Pleasant Walter, and W. G. Ranoy, of Danville, the l S. nrmy and is now at Moutauk SElitOUS Row. At Lebanon, Attor Valley school-hous- e Sunday. Rev. P. loft Wednesday to visit rolatlvos In Point, L. I. ney John McChord shot twice nt County is a sanctified Campbelllte preacher. Missouri. Mrs. George Estes, of the Mt. Salem To Fahmeiis. Our elevator wltha Attorney Benedict Spalding without and MKS. TlNSLUY Sl'OONAMOim effect, and then beat him over the bead section, prescmeu ner nusoana with a of 10,000 bushels is ready for Miss Salllo Smith went to Lebanon capacity In 1" pound Bryan democrat a few nights wheat, which we will store and insure with the pistol. The trouble occured Tuesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Spalding's olllce where McChord went ago at 1c a bU'hol per month. Bring your Tho South Kentucky Association Holderman. and told him ho had come to settle crop-- to us. Carter A Straub. reconvened at the Baptist church Tues-daMISS Ki.I.A Wiuoht, of Stanford, with him for fnlso charges mado by morning, nnd there turned homo after a pleasant visit to Refunding bonds of the him, at the same time drawing his 44 here from every quarter. are Baptists BONDS. The Alma Vonnllllon. Misses Maggie and was organized by the election of county of Lincoln in denominations of cnlibor revolver and firing before Advocate. himself. C. L. Porter, of Somerset, moderator, prepare i'2!0, with fi per cent, interest payable Spalding could Sniio. Maj. Rowan Sacplp.y U in lo years, will be sold hero Sept. 21. Neither shot took effect. A sculllo fol- and W. P. Martin, clerk. Rev. W. A. Borum, of preached a very some bettor His disease at first was See notice. lowed, during which McChord struck interesting Somerset, introductory sermon, nn'd thought to bo typhoid, I now raid to Spalding over the head twice with his then the work of the association began R. C. EnulbmaN Is tho boss waterbe malarial fever. pistol, indicting two uirly wounds. Tho In earnest. OH Bro. G. W. Saunders, P. II. Williams, speolal agont of melon raiser. Ho gave us one of four interference of Hon. Finley Shuck pro- who has probably attended more assoTho Greenwich Insurance Co., of Now which weighed 107j jwunds together bably aved one of the u.en's lives. The ciations than any man in Kentucky, Is as active part as here, York, was hero to see Local Agent R. and shipped 0 that pulled tho beam at men havo been at dticgcr s points for usual and is taking Perry man preached Rev. G. W. 1,2(50, or tin average of 2(5 pounds. 1$. Maliony this week. two years. Mr. Spalding married Miss that night and Rev. J. B Crouch, of t Mil. William Dauoiip.hty has rent- ' DlltBCT LINK. Homor C. Wray ha Mollie Hill, of this place, and used to Stanford, is down for a sermon today at 11 o'clock. The work of the associa- S3 ed Mrs. S. C Truehonrt's property on completed tho strowhing of the wlro live in this county. tion will be completed today. fa lived at the Danville Avouue. Ho had to Hubble, which will give tho ExMAfnTMONIAfMAnERS, sold for 40 years. place ho change horo a direct lino to Danville. Mlts. W. T. PoYNTKB, president of Heretofore conversations had to held OwenBuntain and Miss Pearl Bailey, $10,000 Sale if Lincoln Count; EeM Science Hill Academy, win here In the via Lancaster on this lino. e of Anderson county, eloped to Interest of hor school and was the inj and married. LlNNIlCTTA. Proprietor J. D. Shelby guest of Mr. J. G. Lynn. Howard, aged 58 and the Mrs. Rosa CoitPOitAL GKOitois Lbp. Jambs Is writes that Linniottu Park Springs is 8 We tho undersigned Committee- appointed was Court of Chlckamauga on a furlough. preparing to ontortain 1,000 to 1,.00 mother of eight living children, Rus- at a Special Term of tho up from Glenn Falls', N. Y., to Lincoln County, held Aug 1. lsl, will, Ho says ho has enough of soldiering, Odd Follows on tho .list. Saxton's married at liuituaiit to tin order of said court, on sell Smith, just 25. unlesH there Is some lighting to be done. Band will furnish miisiu and dancing of Porter's Mrs. Robert Hawley, any In tho open uir. Saturday, Sept. 24, 1898, Mil. AND MltS. JOHN COl'LTKK, Of will bit on joyed iU Crossing, Tonn., poisoned hor hus- took tho train horo Tuos Mlddlcburg, Iron Pence. TllE colored lNTEltlOlt JoUKN.vLi band because ho "kicked" on her go- - At 5 r. M.. offer for ale publicly In front, of door In Manford, Ky 40 the Cypress Shingles. Urodhoad to attend tho fair. base ball club went over to Danville day for to a dance with a young man who Llnpoln County Pond of tho denomination aR h Mr. W. T. Coultor brought them here. Tuesday and met defeat at tho hands Was an old sweetheart of hers. of S'.'JO each. Vald bond to run 15 the privilege of redeeming miiiio after and sister, of the Danville Athletics by a score of Mlts. MaiiY J. MlLLEll After being married for 00 years live ears, bearing five per cent Interoit ( Mrs. Jael Gentry, of Missouri, left nine to three. A iramo will bo played Win. Bocddcker has filed suit at Cov per annum, pajablo annually. Itond-to bear Interest from ."opt. 24, 1S9S. CL 7 7 Tuesday for Gallatin, Tenn., to visit here by these two teams Tuesday after- ington against his wife, Catherine, for J AS. r HAILhl. CiKO. 11. COOI'EU. SCom'tco other sister, Mrs. Martha Lack- noon. He mnkes no charges, but their divorce. Metal Hoofing. Mill Work. II. HELM. ey. they on tho Llncolu County National Bank, bases his plea nothing ground that The MISS ANNii: RUTLKDGB, of Winand have separa can agreo on Samn ted. chester, la visiting Miss Annie Pence. of Stanford, Ivy., organized with uel H. Shanks, president, and John B. They and a number of other young peoCHURCH CHATTER. (capital ple were entertained at tea Wednesday Owsley, vlco president, Bank of has tho Hanover National A Kentucky woman who desires that evening, by Miss Annie. TO MltS. W M. BOOLE, of New York, for Its reserve agent. Mil. and her name ho not known has sent CumWashington dispatch. Owensboro, were hero Wednesday on berland University at Lebanon a "We will store wheat at a less price than you can store way to Lancnster to spend a few their IN attempting to cross tho .Ittlo check for 4,000. Methodltt Conference Kentucky days. Mrs. Boglo looks well but her bridge on the Hustonville pike just be u trini.cnir All who stnmrl last, voar made money. Also ,.. . - J . iX, IVUIUV.il, Ivurvlowtatei will be in ef- husband shows unmistakably that yond John S. Murphy, Jr.'s, Cash & Episcopal Church, South, will meet at mo I fact from au points in I South to Cincinnati ana re- Daviess county does not agreo with McCormack's thresher englno broko FlemlnijsburR, September 14. Bishop will either buy, store or sell you sacksto store. Call and (turn via the Queen crea--I connacv i will preside. htm. leant Route and 1U through. Tho engine was turned bot- Granberry llnaTUnea during; toe see us. Col. Chaddock sayB of a niece of tom upward in tho descent and was Thomas Gallagher, of Anderson, Ind., lost his speech while holding Mrs. Mary J. Miller: "Among tho considerably damaged. family prayer and now tho citizens of distinguished guests at tho Gentry re- Kentucky Growers' Insuranco that town aro afraid to pray out aloud. The reunion at Crab Orchard was tho K332dNatlonilEncaBpmeBtf charming young widow, Mrs. Estill, of Co. met at Lexington Tuesday. Tho HUBBLE. 3 Sept. 5ta to 101b, 1898. She Is tho grand- secretary's report shows that tho busiSedalla, Missouri. a machine is threshof tho noted millionaire, Col. ness has doubled in tho last year and will be on aula I daughter Ticket Robert Austin's Sept. 3rd to 9th lnclutWe.f, that the company Is now carrying ing in tho community and a good-dea-l J. Robert Estill, of Missouri, and Booilraturnlnff Bepiaaiu.t Extenilon of limit to at a cost of but 30c on the $100 of Mr. Wallace Estill, who of wheat Is wet In tho stock. JJ" to . tn)mr 2nt. mil bfl eCUrd daughhis to tho insured. Messrs. J. K. Baughby depositing ticket with' took $0,000 worth of premiums on Mrs. Jas. Huffman, aged 22, Joint Airent. Call on your, tine stock at tho World's Fair In Chi- man and E. M. Estes, of this county, ter of Johu Spoonamore, died nt his or write fori Ticket were at tho meeting. cago. full Information to house Wednesday after a short illAftek being gono a month and a Dead. Mai. H. A. Evans, son of ness of fever. She was a member of CO Finest train day, Dr. A. S. Price and Wallace W. th Christian church and leaves a U" n JMRftnDfRtBr.aaHaialil Morris Evans, nnd faarvlcs In tbe South. Through 4 ' 2 1 cr CS fl Pullman Bleeners on handaome Withers havo returned from a most Rev. whero ho used to live, died at devoted husband and two little chilveatlbuled traina run embracing St. Louis, here, funeral service profitable tour from Jacksonville, bavannon. Springs, Texas, of typhoid dren. After a brief Atlanta, coiumma. junccn, Kansas City, Denver, Omaha, Colora- Sulohur Ho was a graduate of the old nt the house by Elder Geo. Gowan, Ultlrmlnirham. Merhllnn. New and Manltou Springs, Pike's Peak, fever. laid to rest in tho do Orleans. Aahevtlle. Knoxvuie, Kentucky Military Institute, bad spent her remains were Chattanoora. Lexlnston, etc.. Salt Lake City and Yellow Stono Park, grave yard, Thursday morn111) family throuah to Cincinnati wiinoui latter won- most of his llfoas au educator and was change, via the fomoua ing. spending ulno days In tho yearof age. Twclvo years ago was years Luther Underwood sold some der. It was qulto an expensive trip, married to Miss Martha Polk, of HarLlllard ft Cobb for 4, but they say they got enough bencllt rodsburg. He is survived by his wife, ling cattle to sold 140 ewes to John & n- nonwn Woods and recreation out of it than twice I ,Wooda at ai. Dr. Klnnalrd presented father and mother. what it cost. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. was Springs for her health. The direct telephone line from Stanford to Danville was completed Wednesday. The We now take up this of the old stock and ofler it nt the same cut wire comes by this place, but stops price ve cubli?hed in our other departments, and do so for the same reason-t- o nowhere on the route, and will soon deputy run direct to Somerset. depn-itmcn- Mr. and Mr. Shackleford with a new blacksmith last Friday. Mr9. Ed Keton is at Hale's Well a few weeks for her health. Mack Eubanks and Tom Rankin aro in Wayno county looking after feeding cattle. Mr. Geo. Scott und Mrs. Ora Money have to their home in Henry county. Mrs. Frank Holtzclaw Is at Dripping Ja. Glearanee Sale OF WINTER UNDERWEAR. t 1 ed Make Room for Clean, Fresh and Complete Fall Stock. 1 nib-tlcntl- 40c cnildren's Net Vest or Pants, 15c 60c Children's Union Suits at 25c. Har-rotlsbur- g, 11 JOHN P. JONES. Stanford Female College. All m m Next Session Will Open September 5th. t Our Motto: "The Best." I toll-gat- Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes?, , be-t- to-da- y in n p t etl CRAiC HOCKER. ft s. Read This. 'I 4 ? y -- 1 m m . m We will put on sale I Saturday Lot Oxfords I that sold from $1 to 1 $2.50 for 75c. SEVERANCE & 1 JclTcr-sonviU- Mi SONS. l'l-c- ul w fMtMmm&mmmwmmmmmmMWtmmi I Court-llou- so , year-wit- i A.C.S1NEU L 3h STANFORD, KT. 1 ... 4s-- td I $100,-000- ), Low Rates Cincinnati ..-- fiAR " Aa-e- 3 J. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. 3 1 , 1- Oo-- Ore " r s-- well-know- J fV I 4 o a: r m Iueen Crescent 0 t- route jK''iMnriimmm' - ii - i 4 T mm n i ; J i and has sent this nftlictlon in love, for some wise purpose of His JOURNAL REV. GEO. O. HAKNES' LEGACY TO THE THE INTERIOR own." How common tins is ; Aim 11 GENERATION PRESENT AND TO Is all that the cruol system, under TINNING & PLUMBING, COME. rx'bliBlmd.Tw.eGAa.jra etc 3Trid.a.v which these good people have been KY., (FIFTH INSTALLMENT.) reared, can offer. Is now prepared to do nil kinds of Plumbing for flUHL D9 ADVANCE Xotv, tell me, dear render, as you Aud what better than this sickening S3 rKK.YE-.Vl- i and Tinning. Solo proprietor of Demi's look at the outcome of that Interview "comfort" can be offered, while Satan, Muck Dlaiuoud Hoof Pulnt. Telephone No. paid JU2.CO will be charged When not so SO, resilience Shop on Mill St.. oppslto J. in Eden, if all this, in substance, may as tho Author of all suffering, is kept H. HnuKhrunn .V Co.'s Mill 0! sight, and tho good not have occurred. Nay, more than completely out this; tell rue if the solution of life's Lord has to bear the burden of these 1 FREE for a few months to all users of the history and mystery, can Qt into any awful catastrophes? celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron I have carefully perused the works of other theory half so well. Something Brand). To Induce you to try this brand of TIME 61BD. must have taken place of which we Col. Iugersoll, In which hesocrushing-l- y starch.so that you may find out for yourself Kentucky Hustonville, - M rem of tm tTMCN vrtu to presents his valid and Invalid objechave no specific record in tho third of that all claims for Us superiority and econ. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. chap-te- r tions to the Bible: and I am bound to Genesis. A casual glance at the omy are true, the makers have had prepared, Oilers kU service l the ole of Weit Lincoln and Casey counties Hill stock of offltuand Cask- will impress you with the fact that acknowledge that If you admit his No. 5 Arrrlvesnt Stanford at 1:03 A. M. at great expense, a series of L 2:10 a. m. ttsalwarsnii ImnJ Leatcs Stanford at No. more remains to bo written than the premises, his conclusions are unanswer 93 I) S. Carpenter. Manager. No. 21 Arrive at ltowlsndnt 12:00 DAY. r. M. No.?.! Leaves Stanford at skeleton record of the facts narrated, able. Of course, ull know, who have however important the things within read his brilliant books, that his one may be. The why of the fact, that our central argument, however varied In KNOXYILLE DIVISION. first parents did not die the day they form, Is leveled at the essential ImmorLoulsvlllo, Ky., 12 37 p m sinned, as the Lord-Go- d said they ality of God's character, as set forth In No. 24 Train going North exact reproductions of the $10,000 originals by MuTiile, which will be given 2 41 a ni " " No 26 " And from the standpoint, 12 43 a m would, is a query put by any careful the Bible. No! 25 " " outh you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below. AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN 127pm reader of the momentous history. All where his assailants allow him the 23 " These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference, are free of any suggestion of Tor allll'olnts. agree, among believers, that tho sub right to stand, he makes his polnt- advertising whatever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. "No KO'IGU TICKETS SOLD. stitution of God for man; the just for trlumphuntly. No one of all the seven The I.ndies ltestntirntit is the fluent in manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. the unjust; the innocent for tho guilty, Spiritual Athletes here, and across the city. Every convenience for Indies any Information enquire of customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only in For spending the dny in the city. alone can explain the after facts In the the water has so much as touched his tha manner specified. The subjects are: JOE S. RICE, Agent, Gontlcnon's Cafe 011 olllcu lloor. case. And why should I, needlessly, stronghold. What avails it, that along Stanford, Ky. American Wild Ducks, American Pheasant, accept a solution that dishonors God, a wide skirmish line, a few useless vicTHOMAS A. MULLICAN. English Quail, English Snip. and plunges the world in doubt; when tories can bo claimed, while the citaFRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. $.Mnnnger. The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each another offers itself, that exalts His del of scepticism Is unassalled? What .Music - Tttesditv, TinirsiUy nml Sutulnj 3 P. ! nt fi:30 A. M. and Plaque is bordered with a band of gold. ..In. I..n I'nnl-fir- l love; leaves His honor without a stain; possible good can come of showing that Kveuiiitf. connecting at Georgetown with Q. A C. and reachthe "great Agnostic's" substituted 8.40 A. M. and 5:10 r. M. Leave Paris and lays the shame and blame of subse ing Paris at r. ., connwiun v t9:20 A. M. and LASTIC theories arc wrong, so long ns ho tritown with Q. A C. and reaching 1 rankfbrt at 11:55 quent events on the Devil. SUMMER "' nd 7!2S5SEPH R. NEWTON. A. G. P. A. There remains nothing to counter. umphantly demonstrates that theirs MA has been the standard for 25 years. AH purchaser of thre 10 cent or Tail this view, but tho sentimental ob- are still more wrong. ix Scent packages of Elastic Starch TWENTY-TWMILLION Now mark the reason of all this hujection to allowing so much power to (Flat Iron lirand), ar entitled to reQUEEN & CRESCENT. ceive from their grocer ono of tll40 packages of this brand were sold Satan. Yet the Bible asserts that po- miliating betrayal of the cause of TO THE lieautlfal (Urn Plaque free. Tlio plaques will not he tent by mall. last year. That's how good it is. Trains pass Junction City as follows: wersecond only to God's on almost Truth. Col. Ingersoll denies the exis They can be obtained only from your 4 11 p m 02 p m No. 2 North 12 No. 1 South Mountains, Lakes and Soashorc. Why should we deny it tence of the Devil. His opponents grocer. ASK YOUR DEALER S 41 a in every page. No.S " ......11 49a ui ' 4 " ......131pm Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. 1119am " 6 to show you the plaques and tell seeing, as we do, the tokens of it on make not the slightest allusion to the No. 5 " Siwclil l..iw Hair will t In effect to I'ut In- 6 00am eOtpm "10 " No. 9 " Do not deiar.i m offer u IUr. ManiU of Ijike Krle. I.ik I liaxtauiui. Sit every hand? And why recoil from it? existence of the Devil. They may proyou about Elastic Starch. Accept I Uw truce Hirer, ara lall, 1 lioinnuJ lUnJ. No. does not stop. No. 2 .ops only for pssn-Ker- s if for a abort time only. I Atllroriilarlt, take I I would, a thousand times rather, feel fess to believe In his existence, but they no substitute. from South of Somerset. 0 and 10 run no I 1u tlie dret ljilr Ororr, New Knglati-- Itertl,. City and 5 and 6 only to via (TrtlnJ. NoiJinlv. than Junction sympathy even pity for a God of make no use of his personality and Ivtrolt or llcnUii HatUr. To Ml 0nirii. To the Nrtliul Mackinac aixl Mlckljin Love; trapped In a corner of helpless- power to ward off the attacks of the and Wot laftt. !ul ar.l Chlcacu Kr rate, ness, by a cunning Devil, made strong by Sceptic. They concede all that Col. I. time of Iraltn and full iartlrular, aly lu ruulrv any agent 'Hlo 1'itt u lluriK, " adtlnrM, iSssssssssssswssssssssssssBry!BPIRPIM3Sisflto man's sin; than to blush for a God of asks as to the central charge that the cTtST' ' ; Mfeg3fcg JBL ..v' WAItltKNJ I.TM', SSSB CO McCOltMICK. Itm. Traffic Ur An t.en 1'jm. A Tkt. At. infinite power doing things that would Bible represents God a9 doing these USriNNATI.il degrade the worst of men, in doing the dreadful things that aro in controversy: same. and upon that concession he delivers It may help us in getting at the truth, his victorious attack upon the ChristiAllE- to give a Scriptural reason for tho ea- anity of the Bible. What wonder Is It, gerness of Satan to get God in his that they, ono and all, flee, discomfit- hands by death. The Bible, not more ItiU, UUIUTU I11II1, ICUVIUJJ HIU1 Bllll obscurely than In other things, gives shouting, to this very day, across the Cool, Exhilarating, Itestful. Music, Amuse- us a hint of the reason in the parable Valley of Elah, to the cowering hosts of the "Wicked Husbandmen." "This of Israel: "Send me a man that I may ments and Good Living. is the heir; come, let us kill him, and fight him." Self-Foldin-g For Terms addess. the Inheritance shall bo ours." To How can n theory bo correct that rault into a throne of universal domin- makes death God's enemy and man's GUS ion, vacated by death; this was an am- to come to all "in God's cood time;" or bition worthy of the "Prince of Dark disease which Jesus always attributed : THE TlUItl) SESSION OF ness," already seated on a throne of to the Devil, and "rebuked" as from ter for sweet," and wrong for right; power and authority, second only to him to be the chastening rod of a lov- how would the Bible, long since, have Co., God's. ing Father, sent for our pood. And been an open book, "understanded of Ky. KOUNDltD 1NOG. TANKEB BBOS., MeKINNEY. Happily, resurrection foiled him. It this, notwithstanding the fact that the people:" and not, as now, a "bone of contention" for rival and snarling At was not possible for the King of Glory ought to make Its advocates blush for Ky,, to beholden of death, though He might the Inconsistency of their theory that schools of theology. , Begins 8. 6 Geo. O. Bns-r.s-. die, and did, to save our lives. Thcre-- f the moment this "wise chastisement" See our Tocjand $1 Men's Shoes. STANFOII!, KT Evangelist The AcnaVmv for romlnjr jre, resurrection Is the keynote of all comes upon them, they immediately Ims Full Ineullyof vt, KxiKTleiu-ci- l M'.lon Trirlut ull gospel. Indeed there is no "good send for tho most skilful medical prao Etirollmoiit lu.t : Last of the Season' Grand popu- Pttl'i'fc pradtuitt'-.- offerwl In f.atln".mjuf 195. Kxrelleiit inutt news" without it. of their to deliver them out Orvelc. lar excursion to Eluntington V. Vn. and GvrtiMti. Fronch. KiifrllMi. Mfithvmatlcs.MM. Here then we end our guest. A good good Father's chastening handjand are Iiutoi-yMu.1,-- . orutorv and Phvulcal God and a bad Devil; the key to His- willing to swallow any quantity of return Including a steamboat ride to Ull lure. Torms imxlvrvt Will do- the famous Horse Shoe bend froe of IKtrtniftit Is nil that otilil be Hoarding wnv willi enter tiou lt fourth roars' work, ,7 tory, and the Touchstone to Truth. I nauseous medicine, and pay a doctor's greatly Increased fiieHuios . of comfort ami .r iKirtlrulnr confidently challenge a falfhful, rever-en- t bill, in the bargain, to get rid of the charge, Sunday Aug. 21st. Tickets good ...... ...,t--, i, nun"", l(, JTllH'IIKll MONDAY, SEPT. JAMES r IKIM.KV, M. A trial of this touchstone; and then wisdom and love that are supposed to going and returning on special excur'See our 35c and 49c White Shirts. sion train leaving Lexington going at Instruction thorough, no wMlwHlilng. an honest denial of Its power to turn be combined in afllicting them for their 7 Select, private, number limited; no idlcm A. M., returning leaving Huntington into Gospel Gold all the ba&er material good. anted. For term tint! conditions of .'JO p. m. Stops can be made at Ashland 1898. of the ages, over which men have I quote, in this connection a para- 0; appiv to wrangled, while denying that wrong graph from an English morning paper and Catlettsburg If desired. Look at GREEN BRIAR DIt.J.S.STAI'11, I'riti., MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. Crab Orchard, ICy was wrong, because they thought it with a circulation of 50.000: "An In the low rates offered for this excursion. From Lexington and Hedges inclusive, : done by God; and blindly following an quest was held at Aldershott, yesterItalian monk of tho dark ages, whose day, on the body of private Sanford, $1.50, from Thomson and Salt Lick Inclu-- 1 I wlh to unnoun.-- that thW popular turti-7VL ! trior report will Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd morbid speculations concerting the who had been killed by lightning on slve, 1.2., From Farmer aud Enter- Hon of ruet.i. ojkh for tho nrvommodii-- I Porters tabic. Everything prise inclusive. $1.00, From Ollvu Hlil character of God have been crystallzed Saturday; and a verdict of "died by tho 89 meet all trains. If not i.old privately liefore. we will toll visitation of God" was returned. It was and Kllgore Inclusive. "Scouts, From lito the slander of the centuries. nt auction on SATfllDAY. OCT. 1, IsCH, a Tuke, for example, the llimsy solu- stated, that, but for the ellorts of Sur- Mead and Ashland Inclusive. 50 cents. KMliiuet! nitt timing the fltM month. A. S. or Information in rvjrarU to ruu, utc. tion of the cruel wrongs we see all geon Track, six other men would have For further particulars call on or adFarm 87 Acros. HihlruM Surgeon On Hanging Pork one mllo from Htistou-vlll- e round us. "Nature red In tooth aud died, but they had been saved by his dress Ticket Agent Chesapeake tc Ohio T. H. WIUOHT. on the Stanford pike. It Is well ImDentist, claw" Prof. Huxley's favorite quota- persistent efforts in maintaining artifi Ry. Urob OrHmrd. K.V. proved, with houe of eight rooms, all tho tion against a Divine Providence, In cial respiration." I suppose that not necosrary outhousi's, well watered and unThe iiest kemedy koi: flux. der good fence. Sale U for the purpose of being a supervision and helpless Inno- one of those 50,000 readers saw anyMr. John Mathlas, a well known a satisfactory dlvlxlon Write to ntiv of tho County National Bank, Ofitceover McRoberts' Drug Storo In thelJOwsley cence suffering for swaggering guilt. thing wrong In this announcement, or undersigned for further particulars "or call stock dealer of Pulaski, Ky., says: Hulldlng. on or address J. Drje at Hustonville. Here men cooly argue that such hor- stopped to think of the slander convey- "After sullerlug for over a week with Ky. rors are permitted in the plan of an all- - ed In this brief item. Here was a God llux, and my physician having failed to TKEASFHV DEPARTMENT. 01 rur or Tin It. J. W. Drje. Mrs. J. P. Fiddler. Mrs. Kate Terhune and .Mrs. It. C. Ilradley. wise and merciful God, In order to who killed one man, outright, and relieve me. I was advised to try Chamlu COMITIIOU.rJK Of Till: CfllllKMV. Washington. II. C , August tuh. Imk bring out, more clearly. His Infinite would have killed six more, but for the berlain's Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea Whereas, by perfections: In a word, "doing evil that interposition of a kind and skilful sur- Remedy, and hnve the pleasure of Mat-n- g evidence presented to the under-lpieIt has it mado good may come !" We ull know how geon, who saved them out of u "visita-that the half ol oue bottle cured tonpiH'ar tha.t The Lincoln County Na St. Paul stamped upon this affront to tion of God!" Such Is the paralyzing! me. For tale by Craig A: Hockor. tional iiiiiik oiMonronl. In the city of Stanford, In the rounty of Lincoln and God, in bis epistle to tho Romans. It effect of early training on us all. It Is Druggists. state of K'ent.ieky, linn' compiled with all is the assertion, or concession that a pitiful to think that any of us, "caught tho provisions of the Muititi.-- i .f tin, iTnit...i Prof. A. IC. Martin, of Lexington, Mates, v sjj&za.- ran required to bo cotnp led with boforo goou uou allows sucu tilings to go on young enough," could have been train tho eminent weather prophet, says an association shall bo authorized to comStanford, Kv., in Ills government, when Ho might ed in cannibalism, even: and to look that tho tlrst bnow will fall on Novem- mence, tho business of Hanking. Now, therefore. Georiro M. (Villln. Ii..,.. prevent them, that has made infidels upon a slice of broiled baby with He ber 5, aud that there will bo 20 to foland Acting Comptroller of and ugnostics In shoals. much relish, ns now, wo smack our lips low. He advises all to lay In a plentiful hereby certify that -- The the Currency do Lincoln County Again, hero is a family circle broken over veal cutlet, or a lamb chop. Is supply of coal as this will be a hard National Hank of Manford" In tin Cltvdf Stanford, lu the County of Lincoln and up the commonest thing in this Dev- It not horrible? winter. statu of Kentucky, Is authorized to commence tho business of Hanking bh provided Goods il's world. .A lovely, pious wife, is All these distressing difficulties vanWarranted. lu Suction fifty ono huudicd mid stuy nine taken from nn uffectlonate husband and ish, when we allow a Scriptural Devil of the IEevlfod Statutes of thu United States. FARM Fit Guaranteed. helpless children. Hear these exposi- to appear upon the scene. And because In tOftlttiuiiy whereof wltr.es inv hand I want to rent a farm of 100 acres near and seal of ollico this ninth day of August. And Dealer in Give Him a Call. tors of tho ways and works of God the his work solves all unsolved problems, Minifoid, hotiio on It, merciful; the unjust; tho good. "Ho he bends his Infernal energies to per ing land. with fair acres of corn some graz- l0s. 35 or 4U GEO. M. ropi'IN. hind, and HARNESS, SADDLERY, &C. has taken that lovely wife and some wheat land. Prefer to pay runt on Deputy aud Acting Comptroller of the mother, suade unbelievers, of his Currency fcharc. STANFORD, KY. who wanted to remain, to bless husband and to rob christians of their one avail- NATIONAL BANK No. aiil2. JOHN n. KIDDLE, Walnut Prove, Ky. jt and children, in order to save that un able weapons of attack nnd defense. OK STANFOItD, KY. believing husband's soul, and bring Few "saints" believe In the Devil's LE ! him to God. As If tho good Lord kept awful personality, at all. His existence Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, 515.750 an assortment of lovely wives to kill is frittered into a vague recognition of As executors of tlio lait will of Wyatt Hughes, THE Attention of the public Is called to the fact thu as needed, In order to convert god- "evil," in tho abstract; a sort of mias- ileieated, we will, on off, rnnu 'ii this Is the ouly National llsnk In Stanford. 'IRII'C less, but faithful husbands ma In the moral atmosphere. But a a the ot the National Hank Act D Aug. 31, 1898. de03Hors aro secured not only b tlio Or, here is a sweet child, with its "roaring Hon;" a royal Devil; second in but by tho stockholder.; liability lor at, amount to tlio highest M.liler the so beautiful life nipped in tho bud, by power to God; a dread personality; this Sell Danville, oa the I'ieavint farm, aUut two lulled coualtn from debitors of lllll turnpike, PENETHATES tlon are secured by a fund ol S.'CO.Wk). thlslustltu. aliout Hre death. Hear these "comforters" ex- they regard as a sort of nursery hobstatements of the conditiouol the Hank are sworn made each year l !ha United Stales Covemment aud lu 210 plain the mind of God, to hearts that goblin; an "unscientific" fancy; not to EIGHT GREAT STATES asnets are examined at stated times by ROTeriiment of J. bleed. "I fear you loved your child be gravely asserted and reasoned from. This place adjoins the farms place C. Caldwell, VvT. "'"JUi auu critct salet; KoMiimiu, aud others. The contains a to depositors. with an idolatrous love, poor mother, Thoy seem ashamed to be confronted, dwelling, two burns aud accessary oiitbulIdlii. Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia J1".1.' ,ntU,ilA,.on orl?lilly established as the 1). North and South Carolina, The Hill Is i, hlli Mute ol culthatlon.aiid tjtaiifor. lu lass, then mirganuVl and God, In mercy and judgment com- by "educated people," with such a 'plenillilly fertile. In aAlso, at the Mine time aud Alabama. Mississippi. watered. the National of Stanford la luna andaKal" 7 brood mares and place, the following roiially mingled, took It from your arms, to weapon In their hands. O had all the mule colu, fl head of lino work r"Tl jamnai liank of Slauford iuule, 4 milk cows lu i'm Ims hud practically an uninterrupted I..S2, .11 head ol flue hoc, oo acres e turn your thoughts heavenward." As research and learning that have been and ralres. of corn In for 3S years. It Is better supjdled field, 31 acres of hay Ucllltles for transacting business If God, kept another assortments in- expended by good men In trying to the utensils, 1 rockaway, In the Mack, a lot of farm In buggy, household and erally than erer before In lu long and Liiorabl. furniture. nocent babes to snatch from maternul maintain untenable defenses of God's klicliensale will held on the premise, Between Loulsvlllo ant' tho South. The i, a. si., sharp. and will arms, and slay, as required, In order to ways, and Impracticable explanations commence at 'clock, Tkums. Hie land will bo DIKCTOl. cash, wean worldly parents from earth and of God's word, been directed to tho balance In two eoual paymentsolcof oneand two years, DAILY cent. Interest on deferred luiyments from with ier earthly things. Or, If this vitriolic separation of "tho precious from tho day of sale. The prorty will Ik m1i! on "comfort" seems too cruel to pour Into vl'2;" and finding the bidden treasures the following terms: Sumsol jly anil uuder, eauli Each way between Louisville and Lexington W. i: U'alton W. A Trlbbl. months time without bleeding hearts; this "consolation" is that Ho hidden in obsuure prophecy In handjorer 310, three Ki'llltAlM IIUUIILS.Inter- V. A. TUKK, O. P. A est. Washington. D. O. UKOKOi: IIMUIES, &salc J. Reed, O, P. A., Chicago. offered, as balm to tho bereaved ones. and parable; always refusing to "call orricias. J. P.. HPIHIKS, W. II. TAVLOE. A. O. P. A. E. II, Bacon, D. P. A Louisville, Ky "Your Heavenly Father knows bestt darkness light; and never putting "bit- J S. Hooker, President; j. j. McRoberts. Caahla T. D. Lngllsh, Auctloncr. Executors. Loulsvlllo, Ky A. A cbti-jteu-lu- ia THE FORM 01' HOLY SCRIPTURE. A Beautiful J. T. Jones, STANFORD, !' 9 Present 31-- tf lM oral Mm j. t. button, Undertaker, 3:-- GAME PLAQUES LOUISVILLE HOTEL o-- ":.: f STARCH How To Git Thorn: TOURS O "Big Four Route," -- I 1 fun-th- Som-re- t. L II I Tule-In- ORCHARD SFRAfGS '.-- r NOVA OPEN. FIRE INSURANCE I J HOFMANN, Prop. Extension Table. See it at W. W. Withers'. Wesleyan Academy Utiruslclc, Thursday, Sept. . FHENIX Insurance Company OP BROOKLYN. oi Scotland. THE CYCLONE. Caledonian Insurance j R. B. MAHONY, Agt See our, 20c Men's Undershirts and Drawers. COLLEGE HOME. 5th, '98. WIM-.- . coiiv.-nloin-e- w.,l Metson Hotel Kentucky. first-clas- s. Season of u ! SPRINGS !5-- 7t I.ancaster, 1 1 FAR FOR SALE -2 PRICE, V'ZJ'lZrl 1, 1 1898. of Stanford, Ky, 5g2 Ma wJ jcjvtcciy - satt-fui-to- rr !, H. C. RUPLEY, ztttwutr;J The Merchant Tailor, 11 Is Receiving his Fall And Winter Goods. UNDERTAKER! WANTED, e; FIRST TAKE THE EXECUTORS' SA Soutnern Railway MONOIM,' Wednesday, Un-d- tf Acres of Laud. Tlie Popular Route to 1 Through Sleeping Cars , exist-ct.e- CHICAGO. forone-tlilr- d C THREE TRAINS , ,- W22 M.,.Vernon. .JMcKlnney.AstlitantCashler. -