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GOEBKL LAW i r NO. 56 DANVILLE. k- - fJ Georgetown College had 275 matrlc KNACTKD TO 1MIKVKNT RKPUUMCAN Mr. Heed Xlchols was reappointed FRAUDS. hopltullty ulates the st week. trustee of the jury fund. Rv. W. B. Garrlty says the Stan- The Elisubethtown Xows, edltod by i Charles Lyons bought 05 acres of nt the "Nlcholusvlllo Centennial" Frl-daford Baptist ehureh gave $8 50 for his EL A. Summers, who was chairman of land In this county from Chas. Forbes 'i the democratic Stat campaign com for 250 QThc graded school opened Monday now church at Jolllco. Q4 ' Louis and Ku Sing, recently arrived mlttee In ISOtt, publUhos the following John Jenkins, who broke in the rosi- with about ir0 pupiU. Piof. Patterson editorial on tho election law: donco of Mr. Lano Rue, was sont to the will bo assisted by Prof. Postlo. Misses from China, have joined tho Presby... r...,,-.- , o, r r c., .J Every llttlo republican convention penitentiary for two years. i.;; ciiuva ...i.l. it- lues .ue try Olvllbll lor NOUien. iih uuuvy ouivb nuni J)ru;miff Murphy, West, Royaton and Shumate. terian church at Pnducuh., of the It fe now estimated that 000 woman that is hold in Kentucky this year Tho fountain In front of the courtOn Saturday estate of Logan and Nancy Hurrls, and children wore massacred during stands on its hind legs, so to speak, and house Is being repaired, painted, &c. yolls Itself hoarso in denouncing the This is a great convenience and is used deceased, Joseph 11. Arnojd feolil the tho recent outbreak in Crete. Thore wore Oil additions by baptism nw election law. Xot ono republican by hundreds of people nnd horses. farm, consisting of 23.'J acres, located Vamp Shorter than for some years. We can please you. Call In Centre College opened Wednesday '.;.. on the Richmond pike, to J. T. Conn, In the Long Hun Association, which in lu lias over roau tho law, and not and see m. more than half of them havo education with a large attendance. More are M 1S "JJ and 70 acres at $15.-Includes Louisville, last year. 167 acres at M Our readers will bo glad to sue In enough to read it. The law was passed coming in on all trains. Dr. Roberts The following Is the condition of our this issue that J. M. Bruce I? well and bocausc the republicans, with their welcomed the new und old students In Mark Hanna cotruption fund, stole the a pleasing manner. foer patients: Miss EllzaSmlth much at work again. Baptist Argus. 3 The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLS, KY. The Deaf ic Dumb Institute opened &i A Knott county rollglous enthusiast election vote of Kentucky in 1S03. better; Claude Whorrltt und Cloll When tho bill was pending on its Wednesday nnd the managers expect no. Farm fasted for .'U days, less than a doxen Johnston Improving slowly; J and Harry Robinson able to be out; glasses of milk being tho ouly food passage In the State Senate tho demo fully .'150 pupils, which was the enrollcratic leaders In that body stated that ment last year. Although the State of Charley Walker belter and Jack 1'arton taken during tho parlod. Lorunxo Snow was elected Prosldont the necessity of Its pnssugo rested In Kentucky has spent more than 8120,000 no Improvement. At the last Novombor election a voto of the church of Jusus Christ of Latter the fact that the voto of Kentucky had for tho education and care of her deaf Sell Goods Chenp ? Well, if you was taken and cat rlcd to have the Day Saints, nt Salt Lako, Utah, to been bought and stolen In 1M)0 und children, board and tuition free, yet would be again in 1000 unless such a it is said, that not more than county Issue bonds for the purchase of succeed tho luto president, Woodruff. law was passed to preent It. of the children thus a (111c ted, take I 'or. J. S. Miller jyas appointed the turnpikes In the county. Through Senator Goobel, author of the bill, advantage of this opportunity. cldcrof theMIddlisborodlstrict. Experience you will know that homo legal technicality the election on the iloor of tho Senate that Heed Embry. of Lexington, brought wai declared void and County Judge Hev. Thomas Stinnett was appointed stated Hurnsidc has now Issued another call pastor at Highland and Rjjv. F. L. he knew to his personal knowledge that his brother, Jesse, to collego and will the electoral vote of the State had beou remain a few days. Miss Xancy Iluguo-l- y for an election on tho subject Nov. ith. Creooh at Mlddlcbur.1. Cause of Our Success Lies in the has returned homo from Harrods-burg- . The meeting nt Flomlngsburg' con fraudulently counted for McKlnley,and There are several prize gourds In If any republican disputed Congressman S. H. Pugh brought his Lancaster. Capt. White, of tho Rocord ducted by the Rovs. George Darsic and that statement he stood ready to prove. To his son here and entered him In college. 13 W. S. Willis, has closed with 21 adofllcc, hasono'JI Inches high and Of Our Goods, Making People Travel good hour no republican Senator Misses Mamie and Annie Lawrence are Inches In circumference; your scribe ditions to tho membership of the this dared to challenge Senator Goebel'a visiting Miss Marie Louise McMurtry has one 30 Inches high and :j Inches In church, and the congregation mani- has statement. The editor of the Xows, us in Louisville. Fred McKnight, 1st V. I. Williams also has fested much interest. circumference; In February last the Mothodlst chairman of the democratic campaign Sergeant of Co. M., 4th Regiment, was To patronize us; especially to see such lines as Stetson Hats. Stacv Adams Shoes, a largo one. Those gourds are still church, vnlued nt 2,000, burned in committee, Is In possession of faces that In town Tuesday to see his friends Manhattan Shirts. Swet Orr Pants. Best Clothing Made. All Good's Guaranteed." growing. Tho species only average prove Senator Goebel's state- before going to Anniston, Ala. Leslie about two to each vine. Tho saying Lei teh fluid. Last week Bishop Henry would Is Clay Morrison, at ono time a Louisville ment before any Impartial court. We McMurtry has returned from Louisthat "It takes a fool to raise gourds" know thut when tho republican com- ville. Messrs. Kindrlck Alcorn nnd No. not applicable in this case. It refers pastor, dedicated a new $.1,500 church, KY. mittee got the full returns from the George Sauilcy have entered Centre. built In place of the old one. and qunlity. to number and not sire Tho Kentucky Conference of the other parts of the State that a message The Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Marv Elkln, of Stanford, is tho was sent from Lexington to a promi- Charles McDowell and the infant n charming guest of Miss Matllo Elkln Methodist Southern church W in daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Lucien Beck-ne- r at riemlngsburg, Bishop J. C. nent republican lu the Eleventh G. Jones Salter, of nt "Tho Maples. are both critically Hi. Robert district that It must give presides. Kunsutt, Ark., is visiting Lancaster Cranberry, of Virginia, 1 1,000 majority for McKInley. When Salter has returned from Louisville. was at Thero are about 1115 ministers In this relatives Miss Kugonla Hush Mrs. Williams, of Evaniston, 111., is body homo for a vUlt this week from tho ao.ooo.who reprosont a membership of that telegram was bent we had full returns from every county in the 11th visiting Mrs. James Klnnalrd. Infirmary. I'rof. Harry Joseph Price The next mooting of the Cumberland district except Leslie, and with that Tho crape on tho door and the gath Phillips has gone to Henderson, where Hlver Association will be held at Prov- liberally estimated, MeKInley's major- ering of kind and sympathetic friends he will touch a music olacs. Kdttor idence. 12 mllos from Somerset, In 1S09. ity wasl0,.JO. After that telegram was Monday afternoon told of the sad James Murot, of the Mt. Vernon Signal, that cast its shadow around ago. Miss The report to tho recont session showed sent tho ilguros were Increased from was In town a few days Is visiting friends In thai the 21 churches havo 2,2.t.'l mem- duy to day for four days until tho ma- the hearthstone of Mr. S. V. Rowland. Boulah Grimes bers, an Increase of 150. Tho temper- jority was made ova 14.000. It Is not often that heavy sorrows gather Lexington. Rev. and Mrs. II X. ance revolutions aro that whisky is a It was this outrugoous steal, render- in such quick succession in one family. Out of suits that cost from f 10 to 512. Call at once and get first choice as these Mlitos Edna and Sue Sholby Goods will not lat long at the price. curse, that tho membors abstain frotu ed Osslble by Murk Hanna corruption Two weeks ago his Mr. S. Muon nnd Holla Arnold, Hugh Logan and John Lear are In Xlcholaxvlllethls Its Use or manufacture and vote for no fund und the outrageous violation of B. White, was burled and now his Crab Orchard, ono for the Legislature not pledged to the law by tho ropublicun county judges beloved wife has been called home. week Tho Misses Colaon, of Barbour-vlllIs left unto him laws to curtail Its power. pns lu refusing to appoint democratic elec "Truly his house are vUltlnr Mrs. W. B. Moss. Mrs. Rowland endeared herself GTS- - SEfoS,-s-&F??f- t tion olncers, that made tho Goobel v j HUSTONVILLE. oloclion law a necessity to secure n fair to all who knew her by ber sweet und CRAB ORCHARD. 15 Withers is tollintr furniture and tin- - olection and to prevent a repetition in gentle disposition, and kind heart. A M i 1SHW of the frauds In lbDO. faithful wife, an affectionate mother, u The box suppor given for the benefit dartnklng goods at cool. of the Baptist church ruMilUsd In a This is the reason tho republicans good neighbor, a true friend and a John Dluwiddie sold to Leo Thomas, clear profit of 311.05. of Lexington, a buggy horse for $100. are squealing like stuck pigs. They devoted child of God has gone to her : at the Chrh-tla- n J. K. Baughmnn old to same a oob, by know the law puts a stop to their eternal reward. That the fond husband Row Maxey prone-ho:. ohuroh Sunday morning and Mr. Xaboth, for $150. frauds. If they wore actuated by im- and children have tho tendorest sympa(; Zolglor, prohibition candidate for ConMiss M, S. Logan has bought of Mr.--. partial motlvos why don't thoy de- thy of the entire community was evidenced by the largo concourse of people gress, at night. Salllu Goode the old Campbell property nounce the election law of Ohio pas-e- d i by tho republican party largely aftor that gathered to pay the last tribute of Last Monday morning a freight on Main Streot for $50 and will begin Telescopes, Club Bags. 11!' love and rospect. The funeral service i an otT tho track near the station. at once the building of a nice resi- which the Goebel election bill was framed? Why don't they denounce were conducted by Dr. Green, assisted Tho wrecking crow was sent for and dence. JO man wore nt work soon a crowd of J. M. Snow, of Russollcounty,bought the election bill of a similar nature by Hev. J. K. Smith, of Richmond. Her It on again. getting of Tom Price his plaeo near KIdd's proposed by tho republicans in Now grave was literally covered with How- -' Is to bo a picnic and basket Store for 100 and the people in general York State? Tho party that stole the ers. May tho God of consolation aud j IP. Thero dinner at O. K. Saturday. It Is to bo will be glad to know that Price nnd Presidency In 1670 and captured it In pitying love comfort and sustain her 55$ lsOtf by n $20,000,000 corruption fund family In this hour of sore trial. Tho I near A. II. Hastln'u store and mill. family will move to another State. ;f!) George Harris, his olork thore, Invites Mrs. Helen Conway and eon, Sara nnd by the intimidation ol employes, followlug relatives attended the funeral " all his friends to call and see him then. Hold, who have spent tho Summor with is not seeking a fair election, but such Mr. aud Mrs. S. B. Hume, Mr. and In Latest Designs and Colors. I!: David I Mr. W. E. Perkins l having his her parents here, returned to Wichita, election laws as will enable them to Mrs. James T. Shackelford, Mr. : Knnsas. Miss M. S. Logan has return- thwart the will of the people. The Miller and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. yard Improved. Mr. John Carpontor r.' 9 visiting ed from a visit to Mrs. J. G. Weather-for- d democrats have blocked the game in B. Hume, from Richmond; Mrs. Mary nnd daughter, of Kansas, are Mr. John Sam Owsley und at Mllldale. Boyd Weather ford Kentucky, aud that Is what makes J. Miller, rolatlves hero. Ho Is a brother of Mrs rV T V ftl' Cummins, of Proaohersvlllo, and Mrs. returned with hor. Miss Ida Twldwoll theui froth at tho mouth and rave Miss Linda Owsley, Judge J. W.Alcorn and wife, of Stanford, and Miss Miller, . D. B. EdmMon. Harry Mngec, of Lon- will ruturn to Elkton with Mrs. S. about the Goobel bill. ..v of Paris. don, was hero this wuok. It Is roport-o- d Walton Forgy uu'd bo hor guost for ill HUBBLE, that his mother will move back In eome time. The many friends here A CRITICAL TIME Ingrain, Brusstl and Moquette Carpets, sold by sample and delivered ss; were delighted to too the improvement II. Bland sold some shoats to W. the early future Three Days. duiiinq thk nATTi.n or svntiaoo. Charlos Singleton Is having success in the health of Rev. W. W. Bruce, B. Cox at ;iic. In getting names slgnod to a petition who, with his lfa, spent several daya Charley Hughes, of Moreur county, hICK OU W EI.L, A Hl'SU Ml.UT AND DAY : .v c: to havo the bridge on thu Mt. Vornrn here, lie preached nt the Prosbvturlan has rentod tho John Bright farm for L'Jl Tho Packers at the Battle of Santiago It nnd Somerset road at tho railroad church Sunday. Ivor. Henry Poarce two years for $Q'2o. w de Cuba were all Heroes. Their HeroiSS? crossing moved opposite or on tho left Adkins, of Cincinnati, Is thu guest of Bro. Gowen's mooting is attended ic Efforts in Getting Ammunition and . . of tho railroad bridge. Tho railroad the Mioses Alcorn. Cabell Woods will with much Intoroat, though ouly three an.y lations to tho Front Saved the Day. mmw waHarv" ww (iMdtaW' Vk ",iu thoy will build the bridge and become a member of Capt. Penny's additions to tho church up to this men bay u o. 3, writ P. E.Butler, of Martha Singleton will give the company. Mrs. writing. ing from Santiago land. It Is n very dangerous crossing LOW BATES QL'EEX & CRESCENT. Mrs. William Grovor, of Missouri, is savs: "Wo all had nnd the county will do well to help Mr. visiting hor aunt, Mrs. S.Dunbar. Mrs. Low rates from nil points in Ken- S.J. Hubble, of McKJnncy, Is visiting les vio'ont form, Singleton complete his plans. we had no time to see a doctor, for it wts Mr. D. B. Edmlston took his wife to tucky to Louisville Conference, M. E. friends in this community. John W. a case of rush and rush night and day to We Keep "tho best" lino of the sanitarium nt Martinsville, Ind. Church, South, Sept. 202a. Bright Is going to move to Danville In keep the troops supplied with ammuniBaptist Young Peoplo's Uul6n, n fow days. Prewltt, formerly of Mt. Vernon, Mr. tion and rations, but thanks to Cuainbe'r-lain'- s whn has been keeping a grocery store Georgetown, Sopt. Uahman. Miss Myrtle, the Colic, Cholera and Dianhoea Kem-edHarKentucky Bunkers Association, Louhere, has sold out to Messrs. Sam daughter of Mr. A. C. Carmau, of wcwero able to keep at work and din and D. C. Payne. Miss Pearl Phil- isville, Oct. 1. tho Hubble section, died Monday of millinery store Mexican Veterans Encampment, typhoid fever nnd was buried in Buffa- keep our health; in fact, I sincerely beher lips has that at one critical time this medi- Also the best" l'nlnts. Oils, YnrnUhe, Lend, Colors and fctalns. TRESCRIPTIONS careIn thu rooms above A. II. Bastln's Uunodsburg, from till points in Ken- lo Cemetery Tuesday afternoon after lieve cine was the indirect saviour of our army, fully compounded from "tho best" drugs obtaluuble. Your pationage Is always appreBtore. Mr. and Mrs. Lawless, of Lex- tucky, at U faro for the round trip for appropriate services at the gravo by had been unable to ciated und It will bo our constant aim to sell "tno best" goods at reasonable prices. ington, left Monday after n pleasant the meeting of Sept. 20th. Ask ticket Rev. J. B. Crouch. She had been n for If the packers work there would havo been no way of National Wholesale Druggists Ass'n, member of tho Baptist visit to friends hero. Mr. Levi Elder church here for getting supplies to the fiont. Thero & from a St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 180S. und Dr. Myers havo returned several years and was n model girl in were uo loads that a wagon train could Annual Conference M. E. Church many respects. Lexington. few days' trip to Her popularity was uso. My comrade and myself had the South, Elemingsburg, Ky., Sopt. attested by the large number of neigh- good foituno to ny in a supply of this PACING RACK. OtlO A.SBNSATKWAI.. Boulah Camp Meeting, Plat Rock, beforo wo of tho grandest rnces during Lexing- Ky., from all points between Danville bors who attended her In her Illness medicine for our pack-traiand who followed tho remains to their left Tampa, and 1 know in four caes it meotlug, Oct. I to und Oakdale including, September a great ton's last resting place. absolutely saved life " 15, will be tho 2:01 Pacing Stake, with for the ubovo occasion. Tickets Tho above letter was written to tho such stars as Frank Agan 2:031, Chcb.nl-l- a aro good until tho 20th, to return. See A GREAT MEDIUM. p 2:01i, Frank Bogash btnall bills or ask ugents for full para manufacturers of this medicine, tho 2:01k, Anaconda a 14. I have rented the Chamberlain Medicine Co., Dos Moines, IIuniiLK, Sept. Searchlight 2:011, Bumps 2:01, ticulars. 2:0li, B farm of 150 acres, so you will please u C sale by Craig it Hocker, Roan Wilkes 2:01, Lena X. 2:05i, vr Elovntors havo iiow been rondercd stop tho "ad." Tho Lntkuiou Jour- Iowa. For n Druggists, Stanford, Ky. 2:00, and Parker S. 2:00 as pro- safe in case of fall by means of air 3 nal Is a great medium to let our wants bable starters. a cushions. An elevator in the Empire be known. I think thero havo been men One of tho stations of tho railway rr oi a Switzerland has abolished cnpltal Building, Now York, was allowed re- to seo mo from six or eight counties. which is to bo built from tho Red Sen and instcud conilncs her cently to fall 20 stories. Tho fall of Here is to Gilbert and democracy. top of Mt. Slnnl, will be on tho to tho punishment, spot where It Is supposed Moses stood G. A. SWIN'EUROAD. murderers and other high crime prls 300 feet did not breuk eggs lying on In the middle of the car , onors In solitary dungeous, with just u marblo slab when he received the tables of tho o nor spill water from a glass. Nat Goodwin, tho nctor, had n leg law. a enough food to sustain life. This will gallons of whisky Thore nre 2,720,527 Three persons woro drowned while broken in two places by being thrown bo tho fate of tho fleud, who killed the from his horse in London. in tho Rlpy warehouse at Tyrone. bathing at Virginia Beach. of Austria. A largo dologutlon from will partake of Jossamlno's y this place :.r - y: - - v - - vv - - vvy - .v - - v:. r Shoes For Women. I Get Them Heavy. -- ! w f .. 0. one-ha- lf pre-sidin- g DEWEY HAVANA THE MAINE MERRITT MILES The Globe, J. L. Prohman & Co., Telephone rj6. DANVILLE, toe-sio- nl BIG DRV N D M I Black, Clay, "Worsted, AT ONLY W. $250, Ky. v Fnul-cone- r, son-in-la- e. deso-late- ." E. PERKINS. '"V" v .: i u -- TRU NKS, oquette Rugs g f on-gl- ne I 1 ft i MATTINGS Wl ! ,1, ! ! ': a 1 H. J. McROBERTS. i I m tmmmw nack-trni- mr.i m X "Ml SrlrSQur Motto: "The Best." y, 21-2- .'!. 12-K- Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Comb's and Brushes, 10-2- 1, CRAIG HOCKER. " 41 11-2- 1. n 10-d- ith, An-nnl- as -- 'M -- i Empress rf fcvV1 - "ij v l I'M' Tho plnn to limit the whisky produc tion In Kentucky hm fallen through. signed. By a hurricane in the Barbadoea, 200 Gen. Miles has recommended that peoplo were fcillod and 10,000 rendered 10.000 regulars bo stationed in Cuba homeless. 4,000 in Porto Rico and 1,000 in th, A mob which wore no disguise, hung Philippines. Lao Puckett In Virginia for assaulting Tho Turkish Government has sont a a woman. note to the Power? charging the Brit Charles Spink, whoso body was Let prices lo unoMiflniMl 2Cevar will gftMli b any diaper. Thaw vrM liesluto ish with provoking the riots in Crate found In the river at Newport, carrlod will nib tho GILBERT, and refusing to withdraw the Turkish 3125,000 insurance. troops Georgetown Nogroos are orgunlilng The Cltv of Rome, with Admiral n Knights of Pythias lodge. Sixty thorough inquiry. In the meantime, and staff and tho 1,700 Spanish THE trustees of tho Kentucky Houses tho president might placate tho public Cervani names havo been scoured. prisoners from Seavoy's Island, havo of fleforui met at Frankfort Tuesday by removing Secretary Alger. An examination shows that tho stiCiue with the m. Come nnd let us give y"ti sailed from Portsmouth, N. II., for with Gov. Bradley, who has to pass on letto of tho Italian nnarchUt transfixed It is said that V. S.Taylor, attorney PS pain. of tho Empress of Austria. all their acts, also present. It was gcnoral, a Hunter man, and John V. Tho Eastorn squadron has been dis- the heart decided to purchase tho Tanner and Lewis, who Is n friend of Gov. Bradley, It has been recently aomputod that banded. Commodore Watson has been Rorser farms lyinjr on the Greendalo will be the only two candidates for tho assigned thoro are s00,000 umployus In the to Mare Island, while his pike four miles from Lexington, pro republican nomination for governor. United States Including 100,000 station Than you will bo for the prosont atever got before or over will eet agln. lluy wherever you can bur U10 vided Fayetto county's promise of a There is no comparison In tho qualifimen. chcnpo.t. A dollar is hard to earn. Therefore make it go as far iw you onn. l'eenlo tached to tho licet of Rear Admiral bonus of 35,000 and the city of Lexing- cations and deserts of tho two. Lewis The case involving the right of Ken- know Sampson. what we havo boon doing, and thU Is ail to be wlipod by wh.it wo will do, tucky banks to reduce tholr capital to ton's oHer of $5,000 for the location of is a gentleman and a scholar. Taylor Gen. Henry reports 1,553 sick nmong This dissolution nle hns been avoid taxo is set for hoaring today at tho Houses of Reform, are paid. These will hardly live to make the race the 11,000 troops on tho south side of 170 and 27 acres respecfarms contain through if he repeats the speech made Rico. In Ernst's brigade, In- Frankfort. tively and the price is $00 for the first at RussellvlHc, charging Seuator Goe-b-e Porto Mrs. F. O.WelwOr. of Louisville, cluding the First Kentucky, tho perand S123 for tho other. An architect committed suicide after hor husband Sen- centage of sick Is 27. with being a murderer. The was chosen to prepare plans and luvo of And wk are n ud to have let nl le ! ntlfy to uuu y jnttv in. making a Booausc Private Moron Moore, of tho had sooured proof and accused her is ator would be justified in the necessary surveys made, and it Infidelity. demmed moist body of him. 2d regiment, refused to let a Xogro hoped that the board will be ready to Bridgeport, Conn., has a murdor mysswitchman In the car he was guarding .let the buildings by Oct. 1. The buildThe revised platform of tho Louis- at Chattanooga, ho struck him with a tery. The body of n young woman wa ing of a barn will be commenced at ville Post for democrats to got together cut up and tho fragmonl wrapped up coupling pin, seriously injuring him. onco and tho?e convicts in the peuiten- - on is an improvement on its former and thrown into a pond. s ng as they Init for tins week nolv Tho volunteer nrmy at Camp Thomas tiary under 18 and designated by the eliorts, but It Is useless Jfor that paper Hon. Henry Clay Tompkins, a dis- in dozen Ladle' Kibbed Vet, l'V value for lc, ju-- t think of it governor are to bo taken thither to to blow hot for harmony at one breath has boon dissolved, the last roglmont, tinguished Southern lawyer, was U.ToO yards of Nrw Iivllgoes and Fancy Cnlicot-- . iu arrived, Jmt think for JJc per assist in the work and 'preparation for and cold for contention in tho next, and the Ninth New York, loaving for home stricken In his office at Montgomery, yard loft Breckinridge tho buildings. Gov. Bradley impressed hope to unite democracy. The condem- Tuesday. Gen. and died in a tew mlnutus. yard wide llrown Cotton 8Je Ten thousand yards of Hoo-ie- r' going to Ala., board the importance of nation of democratic men and measures Chlckamauga yesterday, upon the Magoffin county is boing sued in the Eight hundred yard of full yard wide Bloeeh Cotton, free of treli. " qun'lty and thence to Lexington. prbmpt action and stated that he had as the paper persists in doing and its Knoxville, bons for a Fodoral court by Mllourn Private Rosser, of the First Tonnes-f.ee- ,' balance of J5.700 for building hor at only lo per yard just received a report showing that position as apologist of tho miserable (5 dozun Summer CtoreU nwarted siw??, rogula SO? utilities, for Stlfc under arrost at San Francisco court-hous- e there were US convicts In the Eddy ville administration of war affairs are not four yours ago. A large line of Ladles' H nek Dns Skirt ?S Value for f 1.23 penitentiary under IS and that at calculated to make democrats listen to charged with murdor, Is a graduater The Morgenthaler Linotype company mom-beFrankfort there are 90. The trustees its appeals with tho patience that might of Vanderbilt University and a a quarterly dlvldond of family. has declarod n Southern of a have been greatly delayed by manda- be promotive of acceptance. 2J por cont. and an oxtra dividend of He killed an Inoffensive man while mus suits and otherwise, but they have 2i per cont. payable September 30. drunk. It is told that Judge Jones has been things tolerably straight now and exThe Franklin county grand jury has The War Department Is making plans indicted the Frankfort Board of Undor- - Don't let the opportunity pn. '" piwes " inch wide Pen-tilat only SJe per pect soon to have everything in run- trying to make peace with Gov. Bradley in order to get him to make a few for the occupation of Cuba. An ontire j ..l.s..7 rtn ,ltit 11UtiMi.1i ff iljinktllnmil , vard Don t fail to see them. ning order. speeches for him in the M appellate army corps, consisting of both regulars raise prices nnd des.roy competition, The political pot continues to boll In district, but that the governor stead and volunteers, will bo sont, and 1. ,is J"lco T. II. Cooloy. ', noted auth- tho .. r .in " Louisville and the republicans are get- fastly refused to be worked for a suck- ......i.,- - .u... ority on constitutional law ami for six ting more and more complicated. The er. Jones should not have waited to selected. yoars chairman of the Interstate Cou provis-- i city and county committee has just placate the strongest republican In the The council of the merco Commission, died at Ann Arbor, Kach department t fill ff O'l id Th lien L ti'M whi e we tntii'i "ii a ftw f Uimt. declared that the nomination of Walter State until after his nomination over lonal government of Cuba ha Issued a Vll(jh . Evans for congress is illegal and taken e governor's favorite. The prospect manifesto recognklng that tho Unitod ( ,.,,.. tn conven- - Is that Jonos will gnaw a file now and States has accomplished what the Cu- steps towards holding another alow boxitte. ul .ho Hawthorne.' club tion and making another nomination. aiWavs and that the political comiilox bans could not do and calling togethor arena and it is highly probable that Todd was nominated at the Ion of the court of appeals will remain an assemoly to detormlno the future tins lilt hnnt will not ha nailed nil j course of the government. same time that Evans was and seems to democratic. lhtjro ' The Second Kentucky arrived at. be at the bottom of the business, 'which Coin Bed Spread. Window Shade Trunk, Valine, Table Ijiicih and Napkins Byni'm has resignea as chairman of Lexington Tuesday by the L. N. he is making pretty interesting for mid you xti tie convinced that tin is the Cheapenl Store in Sunfurd I)lirvfil. Evans and his followers. With demo- - the "National Democratic Committee" Tho men are in good condition and "What nonsensel" exclaimed the telling of It adding that glad to get back home. They will bo roud young father, os he iluug the crats In the majority in the 5th and the tho "Patch uuu uuuu given 30 day's furlough from Septem- book aside. republicans all torn up there seems to kuu suiuries ui uw uiu uim-uistopped, which may account for the ber 15, and at the expiration of that "To what do you refer?" ni,ked the bo a more than probable chance for the Bynum is not time will bo mustered out. 'friend who welcomed nny topic that party of the people to be again repre- milk in the cocoanut. T. D. HANKY, Manager working for glory an J for his' health. Gen. Blanco still entortnlns a deep jtd not lead to a description of phe sented in that district. He is out only for the stuff. The treas- - feeling of resentment acralnst the Uni- nomenal children. Hranch More at I'arle, Carlisle, Mt. Ster'ing, Itardntuwn, Lawrctieeburg, Royally never traveled In grander urer's report shows that he has been ted States. In an interview at Havana "This statement Hint all men arc Eminence, Georgetown, .iinWtlitown. Frankfort. Mnuckport, 2ml. It's an utter fallacy. style than will the peace commissioners paid S3.2G0 and that 87,700 was sent to he declared that his greatest regret born equal.baby weighed Why. my ten pounds who leave for Paris tomorrow. The Kentucky to buy votes for Hiudman, was that the peace protocol was signed when it was born and Tnokley'a half of one side of a magnificent float- who got a little over '1,000, nearly 1 a before he had an opportunity to inoa: weighed only seven nnd a half." Iron Fence. ing castle has been engaged to take piece. uro arms with the army of tho United Washington Star. Cypress Slriiig"K" mem over uuu iu tu a u,uui-- 1 DuRIKG tD0 G. A. R. encampment at States. AnI Then She .SiiImIiIimI. log clerk from the treasury, are two as- - Cincinnati a woman deliberately bit a Commodore Albert Kautx has beem yjf0 a determined air) I slstant clerks, many other clerks, ( ( 0 mnn who cr0W(e(i selected to command the Pacific squad- want to see thatlettor. nels, translators, recorders and so on. affan Husband What letter? her !n lhe iara. Blood I)0I5on- - ron upon tho retirement of Hear Adlne commission is sroinj: to cost me ingsetin and the man is in a preca miral Miller. Commodore Kauu will Wife That one you just opened. I ' country dead loads of money and ac rious condition. The woman must have have an important territory to protect know by the handwriting thnt it It Mill Work. !Metill KoofillUf. a woman, nnd you turned pale compllsn notnmg. mil ior mo vacuia- - beeD raad ln more way3 than 0D0 In Samoa and Hawaii. He will havo from when you read it. I will sec It! Giro ' poncv 01 tne "jacK ting, two battleships in his lleet, tho Oregon It to me, slrl POLITICAL POINTS. rabbit administration'1 there would and Iowa. Husband Here It Is. It's your mil- have been no need for this commission. It Is tho purpose of tho War Depart-- , Uner'j bill, Gen. P. Wat Hardin will speak at Mclvinley should have named the terms tnent to concentrate 0,000 troops at ouch A irr tftilf urnl. Hnrrodsburg next Monday. of surrender and made Spain dance up of the three points, Lexington, Hunts-- j Tho hAppy rftrnur murmur!; "When to It Is said that tho President has tento it. you turn dered Senator Hoar, of Massachusetts, ville and Anniston, a total of 27,000. ' Th..polities I.. o.MA.Ulnw WII.I.IAM SIIE1YTON, PRESIDENT. "viiwmus .t.lMU l.i. n.AM. juu tireM.niiu .iwiik, ...Ith tho Vinnn u t U..U.. , -LIJUZl.-, might co mo to me ami learn. Congress ought to make haste to the appointment of Ambassador to Th. 1I. VMU .UVV will give 10.000 for sorvice In Cuba. It Remember, If you wouldn't bo a lonoly repeal the foolish law given naval off- England. is expected that the lirst movement of That derelict.which sprout early run to seed The republicans In the 1st district booms icers and men prize money. These deFull Coiir-- c of Studv in Literature, cienre, Mittic, Art and Klocution, under culCuba will be about the mid-- , before the 're picked. tured and experienced teachers supposed to have sensibly decided to make no nom- troons to fenders of the country are Washington SUr. of October. special attention iciven to Primary an 1'repir.itory Glaso, be paid and in faot they are well paid ination for congress, knowing that no dle The Lexington Horald says that Co' ' fall t the College and get a cony of our New alii iie, or write for one to Mils. ,v Turn iu.cn v.vMcnu (illtu for their services, and whatever they power can beat Wheeler. NANNII-- , .$ SAL'FLKY. Lady I'nncipiil. stanfoid, Ky. Gaither says ho Is glad to get back to P. Wat Hardin, William Goebel and take or destroy should bo Jjr the beneKentucky and be mustered out. Thoeo fit alone of the government. Under tho W. J. Stone have appointments to did not want to go to the im&zwxmBXtttt&zzxKXKz law Admiral Sampson will get 3100,000 speak at Glasgow in tho interest of who taink he f'fWl front because he did not Importune the Hon. J. P. Hobson, candidate forjudge for the destruction of Cervera's fleet war dopartmont to send hltn make a and the capture of other vessels, while of the court of appeals. FOR TWO DAYS OXLY, mistake. Suid he:- "That is not my. charges that Tho Corbln New Schley, who did the work, gets only way. I wns subject to orders, and would 4&000 and the men but S165. If such Judge Vincent Borelng dined with a havo gone to h 11 If told to do so." Negro by invitation after having prome an' idiotic law shall remain on the It is announced positively by thei book, it ought at least to be made ised an old soldier to eat with him. May be tho Negro's dinner was the Wiip nnnnrtnipnt tlmt nn morn trnntw on a better plan of equalization. better. In that caso a hungry man is will bo mustered out of service at Gen'. Whecleu, after a talk with not to be blamed, if, indeed, there is present, no matter what Influences are brought to bear. The original intenPresident McKlnley, says that.the lat- blame at all attached. tion was to muster out 100,000 men, and 05 The Delewarc democratic convention 1 Pound Special Roasted Coli'ce, ter has little confidence In the success of tho peace commission and thinks demanded a reform in our currency of this number about 90,000 are already 01 2 Pounds Finest Granulated Sugar at 2c, they will disagree on ths question of system, condemned the inequalities of under orders of dismissal. 0:1 1 Pound Bulk Soda worth 5c, the Philippines, the Spaniards raising; the revenue system nnd demanded that The cabinet Is said to have decided done with the Philipthe point that tho capture of Man- -' the burdens of war taxation be lessened that whatever is Oil 1 Good Broom, Ha was after the signing of the proto- - as quickly as possible. A rigid and pines, Spain's sway over the Islands 01 1 Can Lnngdon's Fine Baking Powder, col and refuse toyleld any of the islands. impartial investigation of tho conduct must cease. The question of how much territory tho United States shall retain of the war; department is demanded. This will lead to renewed hostilities 10 Foreign Lord (just refused) You Half Pound Pure Pepper, A dispatch from Sbelbyvillo has this and what form of government shall be hardly mnke allowances for my title, and the president is very much of the Oil 1 Sack Fine Table Salt worth 5c, Impression that tho war is not over to say about Judge W. W. Jones' given that part of tho group not retain- I venture to think. Is open for Girl No, I don't want to American 15 yet. Under this belief the Oregon and speech there when he met Hon. J. P. ed by tho United States Fourth Pound Best Mixed and Green Tea, marry ans man for whom I have to Iowa have been ordered to the Orient Hobson in joint debate: "The repub- further discussion. . 02 2 Boxes of Good Matches, 100, Tho 4th is at last off for Anniston, make allowances! Illustrated Amerlto be on hand In case of an emergency. licans present were very much disconcan. 0-1 Pound best Lump Starch, certed by tho poor exhibition made by Ala. The train consisted of 33 coaches, A Ileflectloii. standard-be'aremany left three sleepers, five baggage, one paland 3 Bars best Laundry Soap, 05 The Maine elections were not signifi- their "There la one crop that never falls cant except for tho fact that that there the speaking in disgust. It is safe to ace and three stock cars. It ran In In this world of ours." said Bumpusj 1 Bottle Langdon's Fine Extracts. 05 "From the Bttds of discontent was unusual of appathy. Tho four state that if Judge Jones makes the three sections, of which tho first car"We can always raise a rumpus." battalion under Lieut. Half Gallon Good Vinegar. congressman, Including Tom Reed, same speech throughout the district ried tho First .10 X Y. Evening Journal. that Judge Hobson will carry every Col. Murray, tho second hud on board Dlngley and Boutello, were Would lie Inconvenient. 13 Hair Gallon Caramel Syrup, very fine, by decreased majortlcs. Tho democrats county ln It even Whitley and Pu- the Second battalion, with Maj. Morr.aynor Old fellow, I wish my mem2 Pounds Pure Leaf Lard, worth 15c, 07 row in command, and tho third carried ory wnb as good ns yours. gain 12 members of tho Legislature, laski." tho Third battalion, with Col. Colson Shyne It wouldn't do at all, old man. as they only had s'lx before, the but 1 Half Bushel Basket 01 WAR ECHOES, and Maj. Collier In charge. If it were ns good as mine you would number la still less than a corporal's Some 75 or 80 of the 4th Kentucky Tho Second Kentucky, which left remember distinctly that you borrowed guard. Total, $1.00 tho park for Lexington yesterday a dollar and a half from me fix mouths deserted after getting their pay. Rci'CULiCAN politics In the 2d disBoth houses of the Spanish cortes afternoou, was one of the finest drilled ago, and that you haven't paid It yet. Chicago Tribune. Xo jugs or buckets loaned. Leave orders eartrict soera to have the trend of a gov have approved the peace protocol. and one of tho bqst behaved of any by injunction. George W. ernment ly and avoid delay in delivery. The 3d Kentucky privates are btg-gln- g regiment that has been encamped in Jplly, nominated by one faction, has Gov. Bradley to have them mus- the park. In addition to this, both FOB SAIL CHEAP. secured an Injunction from tho circuit tered out. oillcers and menwero popular with all judge at Owensboro enjoining tho Thirty-on- e nurses deserted from the of thoso with whom they camo In concommittee from fraudulently conspiring division hospital at Lexington and tact and number tholr friends In ChatWe offer very clieaii our Mock of MillinJ. W. ROUT, Manager to declare Fowler, the nominee of the will be tanooga by tho score. The reglmont ery, which consists of u small lino of Huts, faction, the real candidate for other Agulnnldo's insurgents, under the was ready for all duties and always Itlbbous. Velvets nnd other Trimmings. Main Street. Interior Journal Huildi ng, Stanford, Ky. Apply at Tanner ltro's Store for further congress, and from meeting with that persuasive Influence of Gen. Otis, havo made a flue appearance on all occasions. I Information. Intent. Chattanooga Times. evacuated the trenches before ManiIa. . TANNEU &. CAMPBELL, McKlnney, Ky. of the best known and most men named by the president for an unofficial Investigation of tho charges against the war department have Stanford, K.Y., Seit. 6. 1S9S declined to serve and tho project may be abandoned. As the commission would have no authority to compel witnosses W. P. WALTON. to bo proscnt or testify unloss they wished to, and as It Is likely now that men, who havo not tho conlldcnco of Doniocrntlc Nominee For Congress the country, will be appolntod for the Investigation, it had just as well be HON. G. G. given up and let congress ordor a or Sliclliv Count v. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL All lo Gen. Corbln says thoro is little chance for tho Louisville boys to return from Porto Rico until a treaty of puace Is BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, OV WITH THE ):i ' - i i SLAUGHTER u4 c I I 1 BEST BARGAINS I More For Your Money men-of-w- ar A GREAT SUCCESS, Specials 11 1 well-know- A few more 36 inch Percales, 10c quality, for 5c. -e . k.u.,uih.u,..., so-call- I I ( , ',..,. REmEMBEH $fyoe5, Glotfyifyg, flats, Gap5, Ex-May- or I JYIattirjgs, kace Gurtaii, t I i s I The Louisville Store. 1 c ryatht-nna,VerhnilI- o, j j i I ru-lt- h & sentl-,portsmoi,- th A. G.sm&i I ! STANFORD, 3&sg KY. weak-knee- d Tit-Bit- s. Stanford Female College. 1 I TnoL-wnnvll- "" ... j Next Session Will Open September 5th. - WXLr& stat-'''ut- mmm Wfl I a FriMSatiirMep.16-17- . 7 'x J -- 1 r, EH Blue Grass Grocery. court-martiale- d. -- ? aim i"ini".ijniii jjjj.,jn.iliKliii JrtM n. r5??3"5?V'Jr r'".j' L' JF' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., E. C. -- liUMHMliBlt tho $17 trunntnteod sewing machine, or 10 years, at Warren & Shanks'. Skit. 16, 1898 Walton, Ursixisia Managi:::. wai established at Bent, I'ulaskl county, and Henry Wis or madu postmaster. A J'OST-Oi'KlcB it SINOLBTON lltlVO decided to close out at Turners villa nnd offer Tint host is nevfp too pood for prescription work. That is the reason wo many epeclul Inducements to the traduso tho best Kooda only. Penny's Drop ing public to visit them. " Store. Sui'TKMHKB 21th is the last day for tiling claims against Lincoln county. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. All claims riled aftor that date will be J. P. IIoluam was at Mt. Vornon carried over till next year. George B. this weak. , Cooper, clerk. Miss Xan'nii: V.vN'nnvBJtR has bMii During the Colored Pair to be hold ill a wool: or tnoru. J. It. Bean has jrono to Loitlavlllu to hero SepL 30 and OoL 1, a big cake walk, an oratorleal contest and other have hid oyos treated. Lt. Howax Sacklky ha? Jot nod his interesting foaturos will be embraced in a program to be given at Walton's regiment at Lexington. MiB3 Katib Lbb Ybaobk, of Dan- Opera Hou?e. ville, let with Mi Mary Bruee. Sbttlbd. Dr. J. B. Owsley comproMus. Mauy Tompkins, of Lexing-ton- , mised with tho city council for taxes ie visiting Mrs. William Gooeh. on the Farmars Bank A: Trust Co. for MltS. A. A. McIClNNBY wont to Lou tho years In dispute and this ear at Itvlllu Wednesday to buy mllllnory. 2,(K0. Tho First National comproMiss Hitssu: Royalty, of Casey, mised sorre time ago. is a pationl nt Joseph 1'rloe luflrmary. II. C. BaUuhmaN lias accepted the Qua Asilmoub, of I'uorla, III., in tract of 200 acros of land mortgaged to vifctlhu Mt. Robert Harnett and fam- him by the Abraham brothers, and ily. adjoining their homo place, for tho MISS Jjucnih Bl'BNSIDU, of Garrard, amount of tho debt, 52,500, and they spent sovcrnl days with Miss I'earl have tnndo deed to him. Burnsldo. Mus. Thomas Ualton, of Huston Chanobs. J. W. Perrin has bough vtllo, Is boin troatod at Joseph Price W. K, Warner's interest in the coal Infirmary. busincbS of Warner Perrin, and told THOMAS jll. Shanks went to Lexlny-to- n n half Interest to Mr. A. M. Pence. y Wudnoeday to mauiculft'' at The Arm name Is Perrin A Penoe and Unlvorslty. they will do business at the old stand Mr. and Mrs. J. II. B.U'OHMAXand Josh Dyic. In tho executive office Mr. A. C. Dunn took yeetorday'a train of Gov. Bradley at Fraukfort Is a picfor the London fair. Mus. 1). I'. Hall wont over to Lex- ture of the late lamentod Josh Dye, ington Tuesday to seo her mmi Everett, with tho other distinguished men. On it Is written, evidently by Josh himself, who is attending State College. "He Shortly William Hill and faintly nnd aftor don't want any olllee." died and fending the plelure Jo?h Prank Moore, of Southern Kansas, aro tho governor wrote a Hue under It: "It vlslUnj; relatives In the county. dispatch-o- r "killed him." Mn. JOS. P. ncRTON, train for Uie L. A X. at Mon.gan.ory, Ala., Bio Warehouse. Mr. W. u. Tray-lo- r Uon a visit to hi fatlior, Mr. Win. will begin la a few days to build a warehouse which wtll hold orer 5,000 Burton. Mb. Sam C. Hardin, of MonUcollo, barrel- - of whisky. It will require conJolnod his wife who Irt visiting Mrs. siderably orer 100.000 feel of lumber to Goorge D. Wearen, and spent several build lt nnd it will be as substantial as days here. It will be eooitnodlotts, Air. A. C. Sine, Dit. 1. S. Wrslkv. of Lancaster, is who ha p coatrnct for furnishing apondlng a week or so with Drs. CnV- tho lumber, tells u. h Price iwnter and Peyton at Cut to Kill. Linda Burdett fell Inllrmary. out with another iblo damsel, Mary Miss Callib Horton awl her brothLouiso er, John, attended the Nleholahvtlle fight Faulkner, over a man and In tho that followed she cut her ccvon Centennial yuiterday and will remain times with a raaor, once orer the heart. several days. Tho severest euts are. however, lu tho MB. J. S. WULLS wis laet night, back. Judge Cnr?ou held her in $50 to called to Plant City, Fla., by a telegram Vhu circuit court, but the wasn't able announclne the critical Mines of his to give even thql small ball and was father. Advocate. ordered to jail. S. W. Mknkpkb. of the Deaf and Dumb Institute, DanTiUe, passed down Payinu 'km Sack. A gentleman, yesterday with a car load of pttjdis who has observed the useless movefrom tha mountain counties. ments and counter movements of troops Miss Lillian Forsyth k, who has on railroads, says that h betiuvus been In Lincoln county for n number of is putting tho country to tho months. U with her coupln, MUs Sallle expense in order to pay the roads back Mulllns, near town. Hnrrodsburg Say- for their great help to him In his elecings. tion. We hadn't thought of It, but Mus. Sarah MclVAlNand daughter, thuro is indeud many a way to kill a Mrs. John Brown, of Carlisle, are dog besides choking him to death with guests of rolatlvoa hero. Including tho butter and there may be something in familios of Messrs. T. D. Nowland nnd tho suggestion. WABB ..' Milk cpw, rod, weighs 1,000 pounds, 0i years old, givos three There aro 21 divorce suits on tho gallons Strained milk. Price 25. H. J. docket of the Boyle circuit court, McRobarts. which begun Monday. James Snyder, of Trimble county, Mrs. Itobert Southord, of Alliance, has n poaeh orchard of 10,000 trees. It O..attompted to poison her husband ia 03tIraaUd there are 70,000 bushels because lie kicked on her paying too of ponchos on them. much for a bonnot. Wiehl bought Do cattle from T. E. Jard Ware, a wealthy andeocontile Baldwin, 75 from Jamos Noland and bachelor, of Flomlngaburjr, is accused 40 from J. S. Collins, all export at H by Mrs. Rafe Jones, a farmer's wife, cents- .- Richmond Register. with criminal assault. T. A. Coulter has rented tho Dr. CowMr. and Mrs. H. (J. Hersberger, who an farm in Boyle for next year. Isaiah hava rolatlvos in Lincoln, celebrated White has their golden" woddlng In Jessamine, Mr. Coulter rented the Murphy farm, leaves, for 1,000. with 75 iruests present. Miss Maddon. a Now York actress, Dora niehardson Clay, tho divorced bought through Boworraan Bro., of "child wlf" of Casslus Marcellus Lexington, six throughbred yoarllngs Clay, Is to be married today at Plnkard, for ?0,000 and she will race thorn herWoodford county, to Riley Brock, an self next season. omploye In a saw mill at Valley View. J. M. Roberts, of Pulaski, sold In Dr. Maiidervlllc Tlnitn and wife, of this section IS common steer calves at LouUvillo, have separated and divorce 510 to SI I; some cattle at proceedings bogun on account of Ina bunch of holfors at Jlc and a lot compatibility of tempers. Sho was of cows at about 2c. Miss Anna Wood Miller, of Charleston, Jo?Iah Bishop's hornless bull, by W. Va. Hackley's noted bull, is a groat breeder A Louisville court bus rulod that the girl kueps tho ring aftor the ongngc-men- t of bull calves. Out of 40 calves of his get 37 aro males. L. R. Jones bred four Is broken. That old judge may cows to him and now has six fine, red not know much law, but he has gotten the gonoral practioo down right fine. bull calves. Thoie owing me for seasons aro urRichmond, Va., Ttmos. gently roquested to settle with mo at Among the many curious notices onco. I dislike to dun people but will culled from old papers by Clarence E. do so if those who owe mo do not come Woods and printed in the Richmond Climax, is this from the Kentucky forward and settle. Lot this hint bo faulllciout. J. K. Baughman, HustonMossengor May A. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, For Sale. 3. Fall And Winter Underwear - ! Wc have a complete lino Now is the time to make your purchase? in Underwear. f choice, goods. The Melba Combination Suits for Ladies Are Perfection in Fit, Ens-- and Comfort, Elegance in Style, Finish and Conformity. Misses' nnd Children's Union Suits Fleece Lined, with covered soann, extra qtialfty at only 25c. j Men's and Boys' Columbian Mills Shirts and Drawers. Those are three thread, extra fenced and warranted fast colors. I'est and Prices Lowest. Our goods are tho F00-poun- d We have them in Bed, Blue, Fancy Stripes, Blue and Pink Borders. Ask to see our Fancy Stripe Outing Blankets. You will want a pair. Prices from 50c pair up. Examine our goods and prices and you will find us all right. BILANKESTSo ICon-mek- -i Jo-ep- Mc-ICttil- J. Tub Doctors. In tho absence of vacation President Stuele Bailey, Vice Presiwith homcfolks, Miss Poarl Philips has returned to her old stand in Crab Or- dent Dr. E. J. Brown called tho mootchard, where gho has opened a full line ing of the Lincoln county Medical Society to order atKingsvIIlo Tuosdny. of millinery. The opening paper "Typhoid fever" LtTTLB Margaret and Nan Ponton James, nloees of W. II. Wearon, wore was road bv Dr. C. M. Thompson, after ensoluctod to present tho prlao of S0 to which the meeting adjourned and drill- joyed a splendid dinner nt the Ponny-uarktho succossfitl capuiln of the best lu the afternoon, aftor Hotel ed company nt the military fair at the discussion of Dr. Thompson's subweek. Lexington lat Mb. G. B. Babnbtt has a tolegram ject, an interesting paper was road on that his con, W. M. Harnett, who is In by Dr. W. L. Lowder J, "Pueporal Sceptlcomla," thon Dr. G. Carpenthe regular army and fought in tho In ter made an address on "Who shall jit battle of Santiago, is ill with fever New York, where his regiment is. glasses?" Tho Society thou went In a Investigate Arthur P. Burnett was dlspatchod at body to condition of ohargos of 'bad the Kings Mounto wait on him or bring him homo sanitary onco tain Canning Co., and Its surroundings. If possible. A few improvements were suggested which Proprietor W. L. McCarty will HAPPENINGS, LOCAL make at onco. Tho mooting thon adprices, at Craig it journed to meet ut Hustonvillo on tho Maciiini: oil, all second Tuesday In November. Hookers. C. McClary. Aftbb spending a pleasant er dated W5: "On the 24th ult by the Rev. Goo. W. villo. John B. Harris sold to Richard Har Bio.iil.lus, Mr. Win. Gay to Miss Tel- ris c00 barrels of corn at 51.25 delivered. Itb Post Hmlly Rosa Cyntha Ann Mnrgaret Wilson Flora Jane Lucy Scott Hudson got second money, which Cuii Liiza Bonlwure." How's that amounted to 81.250, in the 55,000 pacing stake at St. Paul last week. The rest for a name? of his stable laid up during the week. B. G. Fox it Co. sold a number of NEWS IN THE VICINAGE, mule to different parties at $87.50 to P. C. Boyd has been appointed post, 51 15. Advocate. W. B. Kidd bought in Montgomery master at Dykes, Pulaski county. vwnty COO export cattle at from 4i to Ben Chostnut l? in jail at Barbour-villcharged with killing his wife by 4 'SO, They will weigh from 1.300 to 1.500 pounds and will o in this month. poison. The tobacco barn nnd buggy house N. P. and W. W. Gay sold to M. Jos of J. M. Dlckaman at Bryants rllle were eph about 250 export cattle at 4i cents. Part of them arc to be delivered this destroyed by tiro. Judge Wm. Chennult, of Richmond, month and part in October. Win This way and let us give you a tip. Wc have j is critically 111. He is professor in tne chester Democrat. law department of Central University. It is believed that tho conflagration j spent the last ten days buying-- our mammoth John Turner, for shooting Frank Now Westminster, B. C, Sunday, Ball and Kirkpatrick at Middlesboro, at when nearly ?3,000,000 worth of prop stock and we found prices cut to the bottom, wc was Nobody appeared dismissed. erty was destroyed, was of incendiary against him. y& took advantage of this and invested all the cash origin. Prof. B. S. Bunting, who had been Mrs. Kate Wheatley's horse ran off princiKil of Borea College for 22years, we had in Fall and "Winter Goods. with her vehicle whllo she was in the t died in Chicago where he had been ftinoral procossionof Mrs. Dora Bratton , ... , A 'ii i mi ...ill nrmir. v r win L r?l J ii lis lr vmi rrniin win ne taken for treatment. J at Mt. Olive and sho was thrown out 22 The Manchester Republican says killing her. kl n that Hon. D. K. Rawlings the The entire silverware and silver-plate- S3 lawyor, has gone to Wichita ware business of the United Falls, Texas, to locate. States has boon merged Into an enor.Mrs. Sam A. Duathvrage, of Madison, mous trust with a capital approximatwas severely hurt whllo returning from ing 550,000,000. church by some boys letting their Poor's manual of railroads for 19S horse run into her vehicle. shows that the Incroaso in railroad The last 6f tho First Division of the- - mileage in the United States for isj7 G. A. R. wore the survivors of the to have been 2,004, making the total Lopez expedition to Cubn In 1S50. They miles 'n operation 14,001. rode In carriages and carried a banner iu&eribed: "What Lope sot In motion A general election will be held In In 1S50, was roalued In 1M)S." In the Adair county October 4 to decide party wore: Dr. S. S. S:ott, Erlanger, whether the sale of whisky shall be Ky., FrodGlntcr, Hlllsboro, Ind., G. continued. W. Pagan, Pino Hill,, Irwin Mooth Beg-innin1, 1 and W. G. Gray. Miss Emma Perkins rode in tho carriage with thorn. Cincinnati Post. Miss Perkins is a daughtor of Mr. Perkins, who was with tho Lope expedition, and died some 10 years since. The expedition numbered (100 men, 10 were killed at Cardonas, Cuba, and cut of tho 5Sl left, butsovenaronow living. LEXINGTON. Mr. Pagan Is (1(1 years of age and tho youngost survivor of tho expedition. Dr. Scott Is 78 years old. TEN DAYS, a, JOHN P. JONES. w;&m&mmmmmmMMmm & 5 I 4 TURIN YOUR EAR sffl m $ fig ra i' sS m S3 well-know- d rt :..J MMmMmmmmwMmmmm I SEVERANCE & SONS, For GUSH Only g will sell only for KENTUCKY'S Cash or Produce. Get my Prices before buying. GREAT TROTS MARK HARDIN. STANFORD. Sep. LAND AND STOCK. Fhbsh lot of cakes just received at "Warren fc Shanks'. Gov. J. Proctor Knott has bought of Samuel G. Boyle his residence on Fifth street, adjoining tho property of Prof. our winter lap J. C. Pales, for $0,500. Advocate. robes. B. K. Wcaren it Son. Gov. Bradley has issued a requisition again and tho on tho Governor of Tennessee for the It is getting warm signal servico said It would rain last extradition of Lee Smith and Sam Smithy, who are wanted for trial for night. murder in Whitley county. Dm you over 8.cO anything as cheap In Bell county, Milton Reeves was as tho Bluo Grass Grocery's offer In shot by his 15 year old son. Reeves this issue? had been drinking and quarreled with his wife, finally attacking her with a Fob Sale or Bent. The house knife. Then tho son got a rlflo and Miss now occupied by Mrs. McClary. while the old man was llecing shot him Llcclo Bca.ley. in tho hip. Louisville Trotting races have A largo crowd attended J. E, CarTHE rato from tho roads son's sale Wednesday and satisfactory secured a entering that city from Sept. 20 to HO. prices ruled. Pair mules brought 3165; IT' horses $25 to SCO; Berkshiro gilts $0 to FOR tho next 30 days W. W. Withers' $0; wheat 50c; oats 20c; 40 acres corn stock of furniture and undertaking 00c in tho field. Household and kitgoods at Huetonvlllo, will bo sold chen furniture sold well. at cost. Capt. Charles T. Corn, of Harrods-burg- , has tiled suit for 830,000 damages colThe editor of the Kentusky nows into against the Cincinnati Southern for falls umn in the Louisville Times tho killing of E. J. Pledger at Burgin. tho bad habit of tho country was a brakeman and got his of saying a man "happened Pledger foot caught In a switch when tho train to an accident," when tho suosequent backed upon him without the usual statement shows that tho accident signal. happened to the man. Gkt first pick of Corn cutting has begun in earnest. Boazley Bros, bought of W. B. Land a gilding for $50. Samuel Anderson bought of Perkins Bros, six mule colts at $2S. D. N. Prcwltt bought of Mrs. Mary $10,000 Fnturitv, Oct. 4. G I veus a bunch of lambs at $4. Great 2:0S Trot, Oct. 5, James Slier bought in Casey a bunch 5,000 Transylvania. Oct. 0, Great 2;04 Face, Oct. 9. of heifers at 3c and some steers at 4c. fa.000 Cup Stake, Oct. 11, Mt. Sterling firm sold 18,000 bushA 14,000 Ashland Stake, Oct. 12! els of bluegruss seed at 54 to 55 cents. Other Famous Stakes Daily. Tho goats from whoso milk Roquefort cheese Is made never drink water. R. C. Nunnolloy sold to Lynn & Allen Band. Famous 20 yearling steers for Oct. 1 delivery Half Faro on Railroads. at 4c. Lambs have boon engaged in Boyle P. F. Johnston, Pres. II. W. Wilson, Sec. county for next Juno delivery at 5 and OCT. 4 TO LOOK HERE I 15, Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, At Ten See Us Uefore You liny. -- Stakes, $75,000 Purses Corn Harvesters, Per Cent. Lower Than Anybody. World's Greatest Racing. Bellcstcdt-Ballenburg B. K. WEAREN & SON. 5 cents. D. C. Terhune purchased 45 BUgar mare mules at an average of $48. Anderson News. W. G. Cowan bought hero Monday 10 heifers at 810.75 and four steer THE CYCLONE. TANNZS BSQS., He KINNEY. ' 1 w& 3 one-far- o calves at 920. Three lino Polled Angus bull calves, five months old, for sale. J. S. Owsley, Sr. Stanford. W. A. Hall bought of Joo Mack Smith and H. D. Baughman 25 year Ung steers at S22. W. M. Mathonv roturncd from Cln- Innatl yesterday where he sold a carload of plain cattle at 4c. J. II. Sowdor has rented tho Fish farm of 400 acre9, which was advertised in this paper, to J. B. Green for $450. land at $30. Harrodsburg Sayings. Tho News says that J. L. Patterson's estate sold 1,710 acres of land in Bourbon and Harrison counties at $10 to 300 an acre. of tft O c" B & S5 E o a p S f$ wi il U Hj OQ 0 n lln MMpS? BiiKlliJUuKiEHK-JME- ?' imitate : i pi g0 CD We are out this year with somo new improvements. Some manufacturers We don't; we originate. Perfect in balances, light draft, forco feed, Ac. Mrs. Mary W. Bowman sold to Mr1 Jacob Huguoly, of Danville, 100 acres ii. pj Always Ask For The "Superior," When you are oflercd a disc drill. Others aro imitations. Wo were unable to fil our orders last year, nnd kindly ask you to plai'e your order with'us early for the best on earth. corre-soonden- ts p ?3 o o 1 rt V JV'. HIGGINS & McKLNNEY: '. yA i t W i&W 1V - vy 1 m THE! TERIORJOURHAL 3? a'bllsli4'2?'.ooio.3.- - o..A Jt IMMORTALITY. i 1 I I I B ishing it; so it appears now without the revision of a word or thoupht. It is too sacred to me, as the Spirit's tcachlnp, Ko. 5 Amlvcs at Stanford at 1:03 a. m. 2:10 a. m. No. 4 leaves Stanford at at such a crisis, for critical revision, No. 21 Arrives at Uowlandat 12:00 mv. though It might, perhaps, bo "polished 22 Leaves Stanfonl at - 3:40 P. St. No. olT" for the fastidious reader. By the Lord's grace, who healed me of a deadKNOXVILLE DIVISION. ly cancer, I am still in the "land of tho ,.12 87 p m living;" quite cured; and hoping to be No. 84 Twin going North .. 2 41 a m " " No. S6 " preach the ..12 4:1 a in used, even in old age, to " outh No. S5 ,. 1 JI4 til Gospel of ''God is Love" and Nothing ' No. 23 " For allll'oinls. Geo. O. Barnes. Else. TICKCTS SOLD. RO'JGU As all know, who read their Bibles, HAOOAOE CHECKED T11UOUGH. two men went to Heaven without dyFor any Information enquire of ingEnoch and Elijah. JOE S. RICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. Tho only given reasou for Enoch's escape from death Is this: He "walked FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. with God and obtained this testimony, before his translation, that he pleased Tralnsleave Frankfort at 0:30 A. t. and S r. m., onnectlnir. at tleorgetown with J. A C. and resell- God." And concerning Elijah, who, I'aris ing FarU at 8:40 a. m. and 5:10 P. m. likewise did not "taste death," the at9:20A.M. and R:S0 p.m., connecting at at 11:53 with Q. A C. and reaching Frankfort record is even more encouraging for . . d7:20 PkM. us; he "was a man of like passions with ,n ju SEWT0Sf Ai 0 p A ourselves." And Enoch was no holy anchorite, detached, hermit like, from QUEEN & CRESCENT. his kind; for he was married, and "beTrains pass Junction City as follows: gat sons and daughters," like ordinary 4 11pm 12 02 p m No. 2 North Ho. 1 South Ho. I " . 11 49 a in "4 " ......3 41 a in men. This, too, is distinctly encourag134pm ing for us, who may aspire to end " 6 " -.- ..ll 18a in Ko. S 8 05pm 600am "10 " " Ho. No. does not ston. No. 2 stops only for pssu- - earthly life as he did. fun ars from South of &oinenet. 5 9 ando 10 runtonoSoui Now, I wish to ask this simple questher than Junction City nud and only tion. If Enoch "walked with God," reU and "pleased God," and thus escaped death; isn't it reasonable to suppose, Royal makes the food pare, wholesome and dellcloa. since God la "no respecter of persons," that all who "walk with God," and ."please God," will be taken in the same way? If not, why not? I think this question can not be honestly answered ' In the negative, unless we raise diillcul-tle- s not found in Scripture. This we have no right to do, and, one should think, we ought to have no wish to do, and thus "sin against our own souls." And, yet, so cunningly has Satau robbed us of our birthright, that one generation after another goes on, charging KENTUCKY CENTRAL Introductory Note. I wish all who road to know that what Is hero a S2 PMU YKAU IN" jVDVyOs'CIC written Is the message of is); "dylnp but in man" (as tho world's phrase MT When not gopaldffiC.CO wllll chanted. full possession of his faculties; and -WMW M written in full view of what tho writer himself thought "the end of earth." And, as 1 wroto It, in haste, last November, lest "tho time of my depart TIME CIED tiro" should close in on mo before finSMiSMsWMMSSSSSSSSSSS" J rrliar Written by Rev. Geo. O. IBarne3 When Death Seemed Near. wSlf DIVISION. die." Why not believe and receive? Yet men of faith, In lesser thlngs,havo passed uv tins open uuur ui nope, images, without entorlng. Tho reason Is obvious. "Be that hath the power of death Is tho Devil." He Is a "murderer from the beginning" of his hateful existence. Ho .vants us all to die. Submission to his murderous purposes, is an express triumph over the Lord of Life. Therefore "ho hath blinded the eyes of them that believe not, lest tho light of the knowledge" of Jesus' power to deliver us from death, "should shine unto them." What a malignant Devil he la! Dear reader, bo not "ignorant of his devices." Paul nnd the eariy christians awaited "departure;" "dissolution:" "putting off the earthly tabernacle:" but never death. They alwuys spoko of the change that wns to pass upon them, as something near at hand. No one can read tho Scriptures, bearing upon this point, without seeing this Imminence of expectation surging to the front. "Tho coming of tho Lord drawcth nigh." "Be patient unto the comlug of tho Lord." "Yet a little while and ye shall see me" was a bona lido promise to these waiting saints. They never dreamed of 1,800 years intervening between promise and fulfillment, as some would have us believe. They "looked for the Lord from Heaven" to take thorn up to the "place" ,Hc had "prepared" for tells them. And Paul In 2 Cor. v:i-S- , us that ho expected to be taken in his glorified body, if language has any ljasa mL- - ; ,1. iMaeajjui .ju i u..-g- ','bLt ,aBaBLtav For Huildinx Up The strength of the little ones we have nil the materials. Our stock of thru? good?, from Nursing Hottles. Nipples. Htc , to Prepared Food for Infantu, Is large, well rtPsorti'dnnd contains everything approv e Oconto-tow- n Southwestern ed of by tho medical fraternity. Look at our line of Infant's Combs, William Suction is a native of Ten- Illinois. Los Angeles ( ollege, Callfor-nla- ; nessee; has spent a number of years received ihe degree of D. D' from Uriihes, Teething RingM, Pufls Powders, full of energy In preaching and teach- Baylor University, Texas, ami L. L. D. ing and is yet in the midst of strength from Ewlng College, Illinois. Ho Etc You will be pleaml with their and vigor. He Is an A. M. graduate canto to Kuunicky in 160,i to accept quality nud price. of University of Nashville and of Col tho presidency of Stanford Femalo gate University, New York; has served College, where he now prosldos, bolng as pastor at wiancsviue, iuitrireesooro.nbly assisted by hU daughter, Mrs. ana urownsviuc, 'lenn., ana as presl- - Xnnnio S. Sauiley.-Bap- tUt Argus. I dent 01 Brownsville Femalo College I Colk-ge, WILLIAM SUELTON, D. D , L.L. D. West Tonnc.Me HiiDtisil rnltorslty, Kwing College, Penny's Drug Store. J. T. TINNING-- PLUMBING, STAN FO KD, KY. , Jones, 1 . mi POWDER CO., M mfi : Absolutely Pure ROYAL BAKINQ POWOI YORK. Mason Hotel MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. I.aiicaster, Kentucky. Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd Porters tablo. Everything 89 meet all ti ains. first-clns- a. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, 3&fS Stanford, 5y vflificeoTer McKobertV Drug Store In the;Owsler Building. .gg 13R. P. W. CARTER, Solicits a hluirc of tho patronage of tho com tnuovty. 50 Office over Hlgsrlns Dentist, Stanford, Ky. & McKlnnoy's Store. JtCcGt)AV IwJb I i UNDERTAKER Aud Dealer in STANFORD, KY. I S2ARN33S, SADDLERY, &C. TAKE THE 1PT7F1T asVJUaailtftaaU c))lgjgtfSUttrttiaiUii''Y((( mm fc, The Popular Route to CHICAGO. ffruk J. Reed, O. P. A., Chicago. E. II. Bacon, D. P. A., Louisville, Ky meaning. and Tinning. Solo proprietor of Dean's lllnck Dlutnoml Hoof Paint. Telephone No. The "mlllennarlans," of whom I am 10, residence Shop on Mill St.. ophite J, rung changes" on fflad to be one, "have U, HauKliman ti Oo.'t Mill 5ltf the absurdity of Jeus "coming" to any lluy your Winter's Supply of Coal one In death. It Is a horrible prostitution of thought and language. And Loulsvlllo, Ky., they triumphantly demonstrate from Scripture, that His "coming" can only AMERICAN & EUROPEAN be to bear them up, triumphantly, in those who are "a live elorlflcd bodies: WiANH. and remain until His coming." without thn finest in Restaurant The Ladies Remember we take All Kinds of Products in Exchange for Coal dying; aud those who "slept," snatched the city. Every convenience for ladiea upending the day In the city. from the power of death and the grave, Geutluiif n't Cftfe on olllce floor. and "fashioned like unto His glorious ' body" both quick aud dead thus to THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, . be "ever with the Lord." I am afraid Malinger. these good people have overlooked, In ML VERNON, Music Tuosil.lv, Thuril.ir and Sunday their zeal for the establishment of this Krcniiiv. Hunk .t f.i , loAt4l The corn crop In this county Is very at Tho Farmers the StiitoTrust Kontiukv. truth of Jesus coming in "parousia" In of for his saints when a whole generation line. The wet weather spoiled tho oats cloilng up it ntTnlM. All creditor ofiild therefore ore lirelv to will escape death, by translation that and injured the wheat. Tho people are HankthulrclutmxngnliHi nld notllloilfor Hank which Is bound not entirely dependent upon farming nearer coming for them J. H.OWM.KV, Cmlilor (I. O. O. F.) to be within the limit of each Individ- for a support as the numerous rock and ual life, and Is a much more practical quarries furnish many a good liveli God with partiality to Enoch Tlie Lincoln County National Hank, of Elijah, and never dreaming that their truth, when laid to heart. Dlspensa-tioua- l hood. Stanford, Ky., ha micyimmIihI the Partner Sovereign Grand Lodge Hank .t Trut Co.. Ky stories are "written for our sakes; that We saw a soldier on the train Mon hn n4llrtml fill If of Stanford, ii...l and doctrine, valuablo as It Is, has mm. llnlilllt i.tM we through the comfort of the Scrip- not Cuba on 'entire busim,. that lovely personal touch, that the dav returulng to Harlan from . ll tures might have hope," and not lie Savior's individual dealings with us a sick leave. Hls complexion was al SHANKS. Prudent, 19 24, 1898. J II. OWsLEV. Cnidiler down to die, as brutes die, when the will always possess. There Is a wide most the color of his brown clothing. "end of earth" shall come. Round One difference between "God so loved the He was feeble, but replied to the many Tho highest destiny taught by "the world that He gave His only begotten Interrogatlves addressed to him. When VIA church" is this: "Tho souls of believ- Son: that whosoever believeth on Him asked If they had plenty to oat when) II Unclortulcor, ers, at death, arc made perfect in glory; might not perish but have everlasting they first went there said "Yes, butj Unstonville, - - Kentucky while their bodies, being still united to life;" and that warmer Individual scarcely bad time to oat It." He said. Tickets will he on n!e Sent. 10, 17 and Christ, do rest in their graves till the Scripture; "who loved me, and gave more of tho soldiers died from fever OnVr hU mttUw to tt. MiIe ufWt Uncelt Bj Ciwy chih!I is, returning gnxl leaving lloston not lull it.xV of otfiftimd a hint of escupe himself for me." Thus with theo 2d than load. This was caused by exposresurrection." Not baud than Sept. M, lvis For ticket and , Mana;r. 9 fiom death; not a scintilla of hope,that "comiugs" both true, but how differ- ure to the rain half the day with no It 6. full information t -- 11 on Ticket Agents "Ilig Four Houte," cr aldre.-w- . "he that llveth and believeth shall ent! way to dry the wet clothing. They are never die," as Jesus plainly promUes There is not a shred of Scripture DR. R. WAIIKISJ lYMH, E.O MiCOKMHK, more comfortable now In their tents. A Tkt. TraMl. Mr )' Av .n in John xi:20. This is very, very sad Will Brown and wife were the guests U.N tNN.vn.u however men may guoss to prove that to write, bus it is true. any one is "with the Lord," except as of Mrs. A. Pennington this week, hav- HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & Some "a little Hock" only of them glorified, and in glorified bodies. Enoch ing come in to see Geo. Pennington, of SUROS0N, believe that when Jesus comes, In and Elijah must thus be "changed" tho 2d Kentucky Regiment. Judge "parousia," a whole generation of before lltted to be "with Him, where Lair visited relatives in Livingston Stanford, - - Kentucky. those, who are waiting and watching Ho Is." recently. John Smith and wife passed ' OHlce over Illpgliis A- MeKlnney Store. for Him, shall be "caught up In the How tenderly He can care for His through here en route to the cities. clouds, to meet Him in the air," with- dead saints, In their rent and dismem- Miss Ida May Adams Is attending ! out dying. And this they call "that bered condition "Spirit, Soul and school at Caldwell College, Danville. Blessed Hope." And It Is a "blessed Body separated and dishonored by him Mies Alice Lewis returnoa from KanIf not sold prlvatelv before, vu will nell hope." But what if the years pass by, who "has the power of death" I need sas last Monday to visit her slster.Mrs. ut auction on SATLMlDAV. OCT. 1. at OF HKOOKLYN, as they have for nearly 1,'JOO of them, notetop to prove. It "goes without Will Whitehead, and other relatives. 11 .. M. on the premlvM Farm of 87 Acres. and still the Lord tarries? Are those, saying" that "He will never leave nor The train on which she came was who in the midnight darkness have forsake us," In our sin down here, nor switched off at St. Louis for hours, On Hanging Pork one mile from Mtiton- : vllle on It It gone forth to meet Him, to lie down in In our dishonor over there But Scrip- causing her to resolve never to travel proved, the Mmiforuof pike. rooms, well Imwith houe clclit all thy death, and wait for a future resurrec- ture never says that dead ones are on an excursion train again. Mrs. Dr. neoekMry outhoustM. well watered with nevCo., oi licotland. tion, to rouse them from the grave's "with Him, where He Is." He comes J. T. Flanagan and son, Reppert, of er fal'.lng HprliiL's. l'arm In high state of cultivation. All under good fence. nle U KOUNDIID 1HOO. slumbers? Have Paul, and John, and to us where we are here or there how Bos worth. Mo., are tho guests of Prof. for tho purKse of it tntMactorv ilhHon. Write to any unduriifiiud or further Peter, and James, who shed their blood lovingly none can tell but It will be and Mrs. J. S. Reppert, near here. S. particular "orof theon W. Drve cull for Him, to lie in the grave, waiting with the tender grief of one whose C. Franklin has a thoroughly equipped at llustonvllk'. Ky. or addict J. R. B. V. DrV. Mrs. linker Terhune and .Mr. J. for a "parousia" that has liusrered, for word of promise has been "lightly clock and watch department. STANFOItl), KV 6 J. P. Tiddler. HradfordsvJIIe. .Mm. K. C. them, for over 1,5:00 years? To ask the esteemed;" and a tear of sorrow, akin 40 Hradloy, Hurrodsburg. question, with an open Bible before us, to thejcrystal drops that fell upon the FARM ought to be the answer. A thousand highway, as "He drew neat to the 160 Act., wellFOR SALE, t.tto of Lincoln County National Sank, C. watered mid in tine rulllr ;, times "No I No ! ! No ! ! "Shall not City and wept over it" saying again tlon. Two dwelling lwu kk1 li.irnt. orrli-rand hay tniin an Ac. the Judge of all the earth do right"? with what tender pathos: "If thou Ki. TenCorn uu pun nar iCall'? 1wiihi on or ailjrv., J. C. THEASfRV DEPAUTMENT. omen or tiik io .1. Met lv UY, .Man lord, Ky, r.'.lm COM ITIIOI.I. Kit or TIIRCt'l(III..NCV. And I am bold to say for our God, as hadat but known In tho day of thy visiThe Washington. I). V , August Oth, 1US. against the hoary error of the ages, tation; but now" evidence bale, Whereat,theby satisfactory'it has been made 200Acrc that if Enoch escaped death by "walkto undersigned, But the saints who believed the word All In Stanford, Kv., a part of the Old irfciilrr' to appear thut "The Lincoln County Naing with God;" so did Paul; and so may of the Lord were not mocked by the Hrfaht farm. ltiilld land well watered. Two tional Hank of Stanford." Ill tho city of we every one who pleases God. To cruel delay of centuries. Paul was fair dwelling. Uood Mwk lorn under oinitruc Stanford, In the county of Lincoln nnd And "walk worthy of the Father unto all "translated" as truly when "dissolu- tlon. liy tvrtut. Oreenberr llrlglit, Mnnfoid, state of Kentucky, lias compiled with nil Ih Receiving Ills Ky. tJ.lm the provisions of t'ho b'tututes of the United pleasing," is the child's sweet preroga- tion" came, as was Enoch; and Elijah Vinter Goods. States, required to lo eoinp led with In.' fore tive, and although few of his children had no more certain transfer to glory an association Khali be authorized to commence the bti)lne of Hanking. Goods Warranted. do this, it is their fault, not His. Nor In a "chariot of fire, with horsea of Now, therefore, Guorgo M. Collin, Deputy id He a partial Father, to act differentFit Guaranteed. and Acting Comptroller of the Currency, do lire," than did the "beloved disciple," hereby certify that "The Lincoln County ly towards His deserving children. And I Imvo bought a now IllrdMill Clovor Hul-lGive Him a Call. ho "departed to be with Christ." when National Iltuik of Stanford" In the City o'f make It to your lntorost to just as "in the regeneration," some Nor cap Paul's "far bettor" (Philip-plan- s rue nnd willyou untrngo u liullor. Stanford. In the County of Lincoln nud before will be "counted worthy to escapo tho authorized to comstato of Kentucky, GUKENltniCKV HUIGIIT. i:23j be linked with tho grave, in mence the business of Hanking as provided FIRST NATIONAL BANK Stanford. Ky. things coming to pass on tho earth und which there Is "no work nor device," In section fifty one hundred nnd sixty nine to stand before tho Son of Man;" just when one understands his tlery zeal to of the Hevlsed Statutes of the United States. OF STANFOUD, KY. In testimony whereof witness my hand as those who are worthy will be "takIn active sorvice for the be employed nnd seal of ollleo this- ninth day of August, en," and the unworthy "left;" so, if we Master. No thought more horrible, to IsOS. Surplus, 515.750 Capital Steak 3100,000. CrO. M. COFFIN. believe Jesus' word, so plainly spoken, such an one, than the useless inaction Deputy and Acting Comptroller of tho of the public Ii railed to tu fact thtt THE Attention we shall "never die." If Paul is dead Currency of death, and a dreary waiting for the thU It the oiilr National Hank In Stanford. UnHTM! I vein who wrote 2 Cor. v:i-:- S 47. then we have "resurrection of the last day," before No. 51IJ2. der tli pnnUloiu ot the National Hank Art s dfMudtorfc arewctmsl not only by the capital flock, PI no Bible worth believing. The chain hut by tuo ltockUold, 1131)1111- lor an amount resuming his heavenly activities. e'liialtu the stock o that dooiltir oft hliinitltu is no stronger thau its weakest link; CONTINUED.) $10)009 Sale cf lincoln Cmi; (TO HE a fund ol Flo aworn PENETHATEs and the Bible is no truer than its smalitatciucnliof tho condition ol tliu Hank are made each ycir to the United State (loverunirut and lu lest verso. I say It reverently, but at stated timet by Korermuent ding A distinguished German savant has EIGHT GREAT STATES ajeuta, thut tecurlni: mldltluual and perfect taiet; plainly, If Paul died, he lied. But he put forth the theory that most drunkto deiKMltor. neither died nor lied, "Praile the ards can be cured by apples. Ho claims Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Georglu ThU Institution originally established a.i the Ue We the undersigned Committee- appointed potlt Hank of Stanford In North nnd South Carolina, reorgaiiltcd m 3, Lord " at a Special Term of tho Fiscal Court of the National Hank f Stanton! then I803 andagaiD Alabama, Mississippi, In when eaten in largo quan"It is appointed unto men once to die thut apples, Lincoln County, held Aug. Hi. ISOs, will, reorganized us the First National Hank of Stanford In 188.', has had practically an uninterrupted pursuant to au order of said court, on and after that tho judgment." Not "all tises, eliminate the craving for drink for S3 year. It Is better supplied now wit', men," as it is almost universally mis- from the system of the most perverted Sleeping facilities for tranocilnx and libSaturday, Sept. 24, 1898, erally thau erer before Inbuslmoa promptlyliouorable lis long aud quoted. But, by grace, those who be- lusher. Considering the deadly nacareer. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, tlruir Hetweon LouUvlllo am' the South. At 2 v. m., olTer for sale publicly In front of and individuals solicited. lieve have escaped tho "judgmeut." As ture of good old applejack, this theory door In Stanford, Ky 40 the Court-Hohomeopathlsts who DIHKCTORS. It is written: "Ho that believeth on tho will bear out the Lincoln County Ponds' of the denomination F. Meld, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Harden, Stanford Son hath everlasting life, and shall not believe that the hair of the dog is THREE DAILY TRAINS of $230 each, "Said bond to run 13 yeui- - S. T. Harris. S. II. Ilauubuiin. ' with tho privilege of redeeming mnio after J. S. Hocker, " T.P. Hill, bite. At any rate the come Into the judgment.1' Isn't It good to cure its five years, bearing Uvo per cent. Interest W.l Walton " W. A. Tribble. ' Each way between Loulsvlllo and Lexington J. It Colller.Crah Orch'd M. J, Miller. Mt. Vernon. per unnuui, payable unnunlly. strange that a promise to belief can not medicine is not a bad one to take. W. A. TUUK, G, P. A., uouus to near interest iruiii sujh. -- , mua M , D. Elmore, fcUnlord. give us exemption from death, as well? Snow is altogether unknow In Cuba, .IAS. P. HAILEV. Washington, D. O. orriCKxs. GF.O. II. COOPEIt, Nothing can be plainer than Jesus' though Ice sometimes forms at night W. II. TAYLOE, A. O. P. A. J IS. Hocker, President; J. J. Mcllobertt CaihU II. HELM, A.; JWcKlnney.AMlHautCashter. d LouUvllle. Ky word: "He that believeth shall never altera continuance of northerly winda. la now prepared to do all ktndt of Plumbing LOUISVILLE HOTEL BEFORE PRICES ADVANCE. 1.1 J. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. 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