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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898092001 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. T. m tmtum wmp- - r irrr i nam mi T w: r" 1 tj i I), SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVII. BRIEF HEWS NOTATION, DANVILLE. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1893. McKINNEY. NO. 57 LONDON AND HER FAIR. Dover went ilry by M. Anassnylstsuys tho Hurillii county "pold mines" contuln no jjold. Joroinu Woltxol, proprietor of tho Capital Hotel, Frankfort, is dund. MeKnijjhtV trial at Louisville has boon put otT till next May. Postmasters aro instructed to accept lottoi-- und newspapers for dclivory in er Corporals A. M. Ill tie and Jack! The London people claim they saved V Wlthrow and Privates Robert Keeny, the last for tho best when they made Dwlght Root and James Bnrtley,of the their fair the last of the mountnin cirthe Jd Ivy. V. I., come homo Sunday night cuit and those who witnessed splendid show of stock and exciting .'10 days' furlough. on a Moses Tanner, a "Regularer," arrived Monday morn- races heartily agree with them. Truly Now Lot Best Calicoes Jc, Percales 5c to 10c, Good ing. The boys are looking ronsonably the 14th annual exhibition of the Laurel County Fair Association was the Bleach Cotton Jc and 5c, Lonsdale Bleach Gc. Best Check well, but do not seem to bo so closely wedded to army life that a divorce best yet held and the ollicers and Cotton you ever bought for oc, Heavy Brown Cotton I and directors are delighted. Tho small- 5c. Men's and "Women's Shoes 50c to $1.25. would not bo very acceptable. Large line Havana. Rev. Mr. Found, an Australian by pox scare came very near causing them Men's and Boys' Clothing very cheap; Jeans Pants 150,50, Taylor, who killed "Hon. Homer birth, is preaching ut New Bethel to declare this year s exhibition off J.'osey T). Hall hist June, wan acquitted 75 and 85c; Men's Janes Coats SI. Can sell you an Overchurch on the headwaters of Green but .since their succoas, financially and at Henderson. otherwise, they are glad thoy held the coat cheaper than you ever bought one. Men's and Bovs' g River this week. Thero was no preueh-lnWin. 11. Duly, a noted life envor and Hats 5c to S5c; large line to select from. Best Bolted In McKInnoy Sunday. What's the boards as usuul. and oarsman, la uhamnlon swimmer "Tho crowd Friday was tho largest Meal 15c bushel." Good others. matter with our Presbyterian and Family Flour 1.80, Best Flour $2 dead ut Iloston, Mass. Tho Centre College Y. M. C. A. will Methodist brethren? Car not arrange- cvor seen at the fair and the excellent per hundred. Can save you money on everything you buy. Mltcholl, who killed his James meet tonight and give n reception to ments be made so t.hnt we might have program wns carriod out with the wlfo by striking her with his list, cot Salesmen: "Wade II. Kennedy, Archie Kill'e, Albert regularity of clock work. The rings the new boys. President Roberts will preaching every Sunday? 'Jl years at Mt. Sterling. were all well filled nnd hotlv contest- Keeney. B. Reynolds. Walter Kates, Will deliver an address. These receptions, Two prisoners unvoted for drunkened und the animals that won blue ties in the town which are given at the beginning of Florence and Ed Smith, of '.'apt. Pen- did soon ness wore burned to tlcuth their merits. Gonial R. M. each year, are to wclcomu und intro- ny's company, have arrived from luck-ti- p at Statlord Spring, Conn. duce thu new students and to make They give the camp a most Jackson, general manager, who Is There nro but seven Negroes in Wolf them feel at home. These entertain- unsavory name and would be glad to peculiarly fitted for tho position, was m county. Somo of tho mountaineers ments are Usually well attended by get homo to stay. The writer Is In always In the right place and no one never saw one untl. thoy came to Lex those Interested In the success of the receipt of a letter from Private Archie was allowed to feel other than It was i . ington. Scanlun, of Capt. Duncan's company, In good to be there. moonshiner, who Institution. Tunnossou'ri noted Misses Sudie nnd Mollle Riley, i Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Jacobs have re- which he speaks lu the highest terms married a few weeks ago, is dend. She turned from a two months' stay in of his ollicers, but says "we aro perish- daughters of F. B. Riley, were especial:: W was Mahala Mulllns and weighed uOO Michigan. Joe Ware has gone to ing like burning fuel in this unhealthy ly fortunate In securing premiums. pounds. Shoes witli Heavy Soles and Broad Toes are Very Stylish forWotnen. Montauk Point, L. I., tobrlng home his park." After paying a glowing tribute Miss Sudie got 10 or more blues on Wl The weather bureau at Washington son, who Is recovering cakes und needle work and Miss Mollie from fever. Geo. to Uncle Sam he closes by saying "this gave -- I hours warning of the a gold watch for being the best lady m1 the West II, Llruce has returned home after an i.lckly place Is cutting us down like rider. Another premium was offered &' hurricane that swept over extended trip East. Luther Raines, Spanish balls." The letter was written v Indies. who has been sick with typhoid fever, a few days before the I'd Kentucky to tho best lady rider, and Mrs. John a trial lasting two days, young After y Vamp Shorter than for some years. We can please you. Call in W. Bastin won it over n big field. Mrs. has recovered. Miss Bessie Monks has troops loft for Lexington. .1 Rutherford Todd, charged with the and see us. R. M. Jackson was given the premium returned from a visit to Woodvllle, Va. Dr. J. P. Railcy, ufter an absence of murder of DanloLW. Little, was ac- Mrs. Granville Cecil has returned from several days In Cincinnati, returned in the ladles' driving ring while In the quitted at Richmond, on tho grounds Martinsville, Ind. Miss Kale Winston, Saturday night. Mrs. Jako Hummel- - fancy turnout R. M. Jackson got first i: of defense. of Washington, D. C, who has been at stein and children are visiting in Lex on his pretty pair of ponies and Miss K In a collision off Martha's Vineyard, The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, SY. Williams, the handsome daughter of steamship Gloucester bank the Crab Orchard for a week, Is visiting Ingtou. Mr. and Mrs, VanArsdall, of President J. T. Williams, second. the tho Misses Ilarbee. Mrs. R. G. Fox Harrodsburg, aro visiting Mrs. P. W. schooner Alice Jordan, nine of the hit- has The races Friday were fine. The returned from Mnywood. Mrs. Green. Archie RilTe, who was clerking ter's crow being drowned. trot, with three entries wus Picrco Butler, who has been visiting for the Tanner Bros, when he enlisted Frank W'lloy, of Warren county, Mrs. II. E. Woolfolk, has In the war, took his place in the store won after a hot fight, by Styles, of her sister, dreamed his house was on Are and returned to Louisville. Andrew Bright, Monday morning and will serve out his Georgia; McClure & Napier second. window, a jumped from Sell Goods Cheap ? Well, if you pace was also won by eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. .t0 days' furlough selling goods. This The breaking both logs and one arm. Mr. Style, who proved himself a fine Bright, is ill of typhoid fever. Mr. S. will be a red letter month for tho young Hon. 'Abraham M. Owen, of Evans- V. Rowland was quite sick for a few corporal as Uncle Sam allows his boys driver and a very clever gentleman. vlllc, Ind., u physician of national days, but is reported much better. Mrs. 2"kj for board and Illo for clothing, per Ballard & Slier, of Lincoln, won the Experience you wi know that reputation, died of blood poisoning, Susan Warron, of Stanford, was In day while at home on furlough. 'Rah lunning race with Col. Allen and in a contracted In performing an operation. D.invllle :. Saturday. Mr. Henry Evans, for Uncle Sam Miss Delia Gooch Is match race they got second money MUs Grace l'arktns has proved that with another entry. Lindsay, of Tene of Kansas City, who married Miss visiting Miss Alma Wright In Stanford Cause of Our Success Lies in the she Is not tho victim of the Itrldgeport v Engleinan, has been mado president and Fred throws his eyes Eastward nessee, won the race. D. S. Wilcox, Conn., murder, by reappearing nt her, of Madison, was oti hand as usual, but of the Kansas City Commercial Club. now, and yawns with an earnestness homo just In time to stop her own fuSam Lyons has returned from Cincin- that awakens profound sympathy in won only one race during the meeting. neral. Of Our Goods. Slaking People Travel He got seven blue nnd two red ties on Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Mahan every beholder. Joe Lyons got In a refrigerator cur nati. D. K. Farrls, his show stock, however. entertained last evening in honor of nt Seattle to steal a ride and wns lock- Mir-u- s of Crab Orchard, won a race or two WAR ECHOES, Scruggs add Bering, of Decatur, ed In. Seven days after at Milwaukee, carrying To patronize uf; especially to see such lines as Stetsou Bats. Stacy Adaius Shoes, with his great III. Information from J. S. Wells, who Wis., he was found nearly frown to l The Spanish troops are beiug with- .'10 pounds more than the rules made Manhattan Shirts, Sweet Orr Pants. Ilest Clothing Made. All Goods Guaranteed. at the bedside of his father at Plant drawn from Porto Rico. death. him. McClure A; Napier won the runUecauso ho Insisted on his taking City, Fla , says that he continues dan Ben Burgy, of the 4th Kentucky, at- ning race Thursday with their speedy goroiisly HI. another drink, Honry Adams, of tempted to got out of a car, to desert, John Cabbott. They also got second 'Telephone No. 136. DANVILUS, KY. Wright's shot aud killed John Wright. but was caught and will be court mar- - with their trotter Black Betsy that MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Jr., ron of John W. Wright, of detectllaled. day. ive fa mo. Dewoy used ? 17,000 worth projectiles Henry Lair and Ml?s Jo?cphlnu Beaux and belles for miles around Luolon Itoona, who klllod his step- Whltt were joined heart and hand at to destroy Montojo's lleet at Manila, were In London and society was never .: brother, Shad" Taylor, u yar ago at John F. Whltt's Saturday. and it required $10.'1,000 worth to do up gayer. Besides numerous parties, tw.o ( Lexington, was glvon a term of two Tho biggest wedding occurred when Cevera's. swell hops were given at the Ulley itt years In tho pan. Thu jury was out Aluxauder the Great married Statirn, Secretary Alger left Detroit to begin House, where courting and dancing 45 hours. daughter of tho conquerod King of his tour of Southern military camps. were carried on till the wee sma' hours Tho receipts of the Cincinnati Porstn. By Alexander's order 20.202 He visited Fort Thomas yesterday aud each night. An orchestra from Richand of for August were $St,-ldpersons were made husbands and wives Camp Hamilton today. mond furnished the music, which was Louisville, SM.lul. Tho former In- In the same ceremony. The grooms A. C. Thompson has boon appointed good. Loudon is still forging to the front creased $11,01" ovor tju" anJ the 'altor wore Greek soldiers and bridus Per- judge of the U. S. district court fer and Is more than maintaining her fell off 4500. Telescopes, Cluh Bags. IK sian women. ine Southern district of Ohio, to suc reputation as the best town In the A easo of yellow fever has been Mr. C. M. Wade, 22, and Miss Bettlo ceed Judge Sage, who will retire. f ruiwtod at Now Orleans and Belle Bastin, 17, were married on the The surgeon in charge of the yellow mountains. Building is going on, everybody seems to be busy and tho "hum Hoards of Louisiana, 18th, at Squire W. A. tho Suite Health Collei's. They fever hospital at Santiago says: "Only Mississippi and Texas have quarantined expected him to lie the knot, but in heaven's recording angel could picture of Industry" Is heard from early until With tho new college It Is quite against that city. rcsK)nse to a telephone mosagc Clerk tho want, tho sutTerlne; and sickness of late. an educational center. It is given up A stranger, evidently Insane, and G. B. Cooper informed them that our soldiers in this islaud." to'wn of the " be the giving tho name of J. E. Elbort, com- tho squire had not made the bond The Spnnlsh peace commissioners to jail nt Georgetown by requlsito to performing marriage cere- have been otllclally announced at Ma- U.S. mitted suicldo in The drill by some 40 of the First cutting his throat with a easo knife. monies. drid as follows: Senor Montero Rlos, In Latest Desicns and Colors. Kentucky Cavalry was one of the feaelnlmed Cincinnati as his homo. Ho Smior Abaiv.uza, Senor Garlnga, Gen. daughter of Frank tures of tho fair Friday. Capt. Perkins, During the war just ended not an ap- Cerero and Senor Vlllaurrutla. The Tinsley and Black, of l'rathor, near Morohead, attempted to pointment wa made that was not dicThe reports of Maj. Gen. Otis, as and Lieutenants window to tated by partisan considerations, more climb Into u school-hous- e every- Barbourvllle, were in charge and they given out at Washington, show got her books, which she had forgotten. or less personal to MeKlnley;nota reg- thing to be lovely In the Philippines. showed that their men had been well Tho window fell on her neck and iment was deployed except at the sug- He lias thu Insurgents well in hand, and carefully trained. They had to btrantrled her to death. gestion of republican contractors get- and lind-- j them amenable to reason. use inexperienced horses which was a : Judge Carroll at Eminence decided ting money from tho National Treasu- Manila is quiet, and is being cleaned. little drawback, but this portion of tho Ingrain, Hrussd and Motpiette Carpet?, sold by sample and delivered day's program was well rendered notthat no building and loan association ry; not a camp was established but on Trade is active. Three Days. E. C. W. has the right to make an assignment, grounds of favor. That, such a man ! Gen. Toral, who surrendered the withstanding. and set asldo the assh'ument of tho should attempt to forestall tho action Spanish army at Santlngo, arrived at A CRITICAL TIME Eminence IJulldlng and Loan Associa- of congress, which, if it has the cour- Vigo from Santiago Friday. A great ordering the case referred to the age to do Its duty will overhaul every crowd awaited his arrival on the pier tion Ut'IUNO THK BATTLE OV SANTIAGO. receiver of the court. act of the administration, by an tune-te- aud greeted him with a storm of hisses Y.V A AND DAY. III "commission" of his own choos- - and abuse. Tho demonstration was so SICK OH WELL, UVrfH NIGHT Judge Cantrill decided, In tho case "Sir of tho Commonwealth vs. tho Hank of Ini:, pledged In advance to a white violent that Gen. Toral returned to the The Packers at the Battle of Santiago do Cuha were all Heroes. Their HeroLouisville, that the bank hud tho right washing report, is an insult to the In ship, deciding not to land at Vigo. capital stock. Thu Sec- telllgence of the people of the United ic Efforts in Getting Ammunition and to reduce its Sunday Co). E. H. Galther, of tho Kations to the Front Saved the Day, of State held that where banks States. It ought to be resented. It Second Kentucky Volunteers, said to a retary n No. 3, writP. 12. Butler, of to accept tho provisions of the will bo resented. To speak no more Lexlnetou Herald reporter: "I am refuse nqw constitution, thoy lmvo no right to than the simple truth the whole con- doue with the military forever. I am ing from Santiago Do Cuba, on July '23, duct of thu war has been a blundering disgusted. Slnco my reglmeut has been says: "We all had diarrltuea in more or reduce their capital stock. A balloon, which was Inllated with juggle, happily blessed by good for- stationed at Chlckamaugu Park I have less violent form, nnd when wo landed it wss pure hydrogen and has a capacity of tune. Courier Journal. been bothered with telegrams and mes- we had no time to see a doctor, for feet, attained an altitude a case of rush nnd rush night and day to n fifl.fiOO cubic when-cTrouble between tho white troops sages from every possible source, keep tho troops supplied with ammuni of 27,000 feet at London Friday. At a some one became 111." Chamber height of 2."),000 feet tho air was so and the Negro soldiers at Lexington An olllclal of Agulnaldo's govern tion aud rations, but thanks to varlficd that tho occupants of tho car now seems unavoidable. A Negro reg- ment boasts that tho dictator has re- Iain's Co'ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remimmuues arrived Saturday. were compelled to breathe compressed iment of ceived llnnnelal backing from a Euro- edy, we wero able to keepatwotk and be- Tho temperature Tho provost guard made several arrests oxygen by tubes. pean nation, and will bo prepared for keep our health; in fact, I sincere' 01 degrees below the freezing of Negro troopers who wore without any contingency, no matter how tho liovo that at one critical time this mediwas passes, not knowing that tho Negroes, point. may decide. cine was the indirect saviour of our army, and Ohio railroad owing to their recent arrival, wore Paris peace confereuco Tho Baltlmoro The olllclal asserts that neither Spain for if the packers had been unable to Imh been purchased for $10,000,000 by exempt for the night. Somo lively nor the United States enn subdue the work there would have been no way of P D. Armour, Marshall Field and fights wcro the result. White privates rebels, who propose to light for inde- getting supplies to the fiont. There manufacturers imitate Norman H. Ream, of Chicago. Presi- refuse to salute Negro lieutenants and pendence. We are out this year with some new improvements. Somo were no roads that a wagon train could Northern the Negro otllcora say they will Insist draft, force feed, Ac. dent J. J. Hill, of tho Great Maj. Gen. Miles' Idea Is, when It Is use. My comrado and myself had the We don't; wo originate. Perfect in balance?, light road, has been made tho dominant fac- that they bo treated as white ollicers. necessary to further reduce tho army, good fortune to 'ay in a supply of this tor, thus forming u trunk lino from The Spanish supremo council of war to cut tho regiments to a before we medicine for our pack-traiocean to ocean. Tho Baltlmoro and has decided to suspend Admiral Monto-jo- , formation and the companies to 7J men left Tampa, and I know in four cases it Ohio Is now In tho hands of a receiver. tho luckless commander who got in each. This will enable those who wish absolutely saved life " are Imitations. We were unable to fil Dewey's way at Manila. Tho abovo letter was written to the Wheti you aro offered a disc drill. .Others to quit tho service to do so and still Sickness umong the troops at Sanask you to place your order with'us early for the bt at The big guns were raised Saturday maintain organizations of disciplined manufacturers of this medicine, tho our orders lat year, and kindly tiago Is Increasing at at alarming Medicine Co., Moines, .. nut nf nbout 7.000 there are by tho wreckers from tho Maria The men sudlclent for garrison and other Chamberlain sale by Crai"- Des Hocker, and thoy expected to float the duty. It will also give tho ollicers a Iowa. For on tho sick list, of whom 341 have resa 1 Druggists, Stanford, Ky. , u. chanco to draw their salaries. rK-Dr. W. C. Roberts, president of Cuntro College, preached Sunday night to the students on "Temptations." Tho Infant daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. Lueien Ruckiicr died Saturday nljr.it. It had boon critically ill for some time. The C. W. H. M. will hold a district mootlug at the Christian church Thursday morning. The object Is to organize auxllllarles in all thu congregations. Thu new sewerage being constructed by Lyons Hros. und other individuals Is Hearing completion. Tho system will prove of unquosllonnbltt sanitary bene- lit and doubtless will be continued by THE CYCLONE. TANNER BROS., McKinney. ---- -- Chick-amaug- a. Shoes For Women I Get Them Heavy. 0 I 41 r' I 9 CALDWELL St LANIER, free-for-a- ll two-stor- y free-for-a- ll ! Sal-H- . DEWEY HAVANA THE MAINE 1 MERRITT MILES two-year-ol- d, The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., post-otllc- I M 1 TRUNKS, -- "star-routing- MATTINGS I I i Moquette H. i Rugs ui J. MoROBERTS. i J pack-trai- or v ! two-battali- n Always Ask For The "Superior," " "'"' - if HIGGINS & McKINNEY. fovcr, & ... t 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., Wu 9 i li Hubble, Somerset. pare plans for the Reform tSchool build- Oct. 1, Free Sliver Johnson Is In tho moun 20. 189S ings. Tbo trustees do not expect to Not a Rkjney. Aden Wgnoy was tains buying cattle. please every oody and will not notice tbo boy. who 1,000 bushels Red Fultz seed wheat every criticism of them, but wo will in Friday to tell us that watermolons wus arrested for stealing " W. P. WALTON. for salo. S, M. Owens. tho Ohio men were engaged say that from Tom Proctor, and who gave his J. V. Price sold to G. W. Lunsford because they have made the erection of name as Luther Rlgnoy, is not a Hlg-ne- 200 stock ewes at $fl.t0. such buUdlngs a life study. Tho build Democratic Noinlnco Tor Congress at all. Ills name is White and has SwilL Hudson hiia ivnn 817.O00 nn hl ings have not been let yet and when been living with Mr. Rigncy, who took tl.otlln fctrln thU season, HON. G G. GILBERT, they are they will be advertised and him back to his father when ho found .Mack Hughes, of Danville, has boon Lexington people can bid for and get or Slielliv County htm to be Incorrigible. engaged as trainer for John IX, Gibson-o- f too if they aro tho lowest blddors. them Richmond. Has hbFloi'I'EH? Ills telegraphed McKlNLBY is having a hard time The board has no desire or Intention to T. C. Rankin Is back from Wnyno proposes, treat Lexington worklnjrmen unfairly, to the republican State dallies that tho Wo are still lighting tho priws down, Wo have a buyer in the olty tho year round getting the commission he "Bon. Wallace E. Varnon has renounc- county, where ho bought 30 and who buvs for which is to white wush tho war depart- as the paper claims. cattlo tit lo. ed democracy." Premising that it Is ment in the charges ot incompetency BlLLHYNUM, who resigned the chairAt Philadelphia. Saturday. Star and rascality. He still needs two men manship of the "National democratic" not very important If true, we can ill f7 second, tho a and Gen. Stephen D. Lee, of Mississip- committee, in preference to being show, however, many reasons that It is Pointeronwent half record. If appreciation and the fastest not true, that is pi, and Gen. W. H. Jackson, of Tenneskicked out after an Investigation of bis remembrance of favors cut any ligure John R. Gentry, '2AM, has three In : see, have been invited to help him out. : rather doubtful manipulation of the with the latter day politicians of the the list and two of them have records Editor Howell, of the Atlanta Consti- Mark Hanna corruption fund, has Hop '2:20. tution, has accepted a place on the ped clean over to tho republican party. lesser magnitude. His father, peace to better than W. II. Brown sold to Alex Denny 2i his ashes, who would hao resented to commission, which Gen. Scholield, believing, as ho says, that tbo only way the death any aspersion on his politlca ewes at ?;!."." and to S. Morgan a bunch In Kentucky which enables them to buy In largo fpmntltics and thin gel advantage Gen. Gordon and other distinguished ' to defeat the democrats is to vote with principles, was honored tlmo and again of heifers at "lie. ot low prices. Besides we keep a full stock in all tetions gentlemen, who do not wish to be used the republicans. That party U welcome by the democrats and tho "Hon. WalBumps claims that The owner of A profit Is not what wo want. Our aim is to reduce our stock and inu-- t do It represident's purposes, have de for the to him and all of his breed. Their lace" himself almost came Into the that good horse has never failed to got gardless of commission will carry no clined. The room in any party Is better than their world nn ofllcer seeker and an olllce money In a raco. conviction with it and its findings will company. Speyor & Bro., ot Lexington, bought holder. No man of his qualifications be accorded no respect. It will do Its more signally honored thnn o.SOO bushels of bluograss seed In work unolilclnlly and obey Implicltedly John Henry Wilson seems to has been McKlnley'a orders to smear the white play In hard luck. He gets left, both he and none lias drawn more from the Montgomery at 0"c. Tho Advocate says that Allen Ken-neState, county and wash on heavily. by appointment and election, the treasury, National, of Boyle, bus oOO acres In wheat municipal, as a democratic olliocholder pity, probably. implication and a portion of It Is already up. replied to the W. more's the Gov. Tanner has than ho. Wo brand the C. T. U. declining to have the battlethat since his otJlcial pap has been cut The ruling price for best export And examine our good and thereby be convinced thai we mean what wo caw POINTS, POLITICAL ship Illinois christened with water. He oil he has taken a somersault and cattlo in Bourbon is 4!. Tho News says that in christening battleships C. Wood, tho republican rail- landed In a party diametrically opjosed reports sevoral hundred at that price. John Yard wide Blenched Cotton, 7c quality, Mrs. Mattlo M. Diohl has sued tho Children' Khl Sole Shoo 2Se, worth 50. there Is no desecration of the laws of road commissioner, announces for re- to the one that has nlways given him city of Coviugton for $20,000 because of only 4c. Children and Mles Sehool Show, S to ceremony Is not one election. temperance. The support and succor. He may havo his Booster I'.rowtt Cotton .Tjc. 2, only 4fc. from which any evil could possibly be Maj. P. P. Johnston will not be a faults and they may bo previous, but an injury she sustained by falling in a Chock Cotton, a world heater, never Ladies' Grain and Glovo Grain Shoes and the most sacred religious candidate for Governor, he tells the surely tho one of Ingratitude can not. hole. set forth, GSo. R. II. Bronnugh's Kitty B. won an- offered before for tho price, 4c. ordinance, the sacrament, the world Lexlogton Leader. If he Is the man we be laid to htm, and 4 Unbleached Sheeting He, worth 16c. Ladle- - Clo hTop Shoo, I lea mid Spring commemorates with deepest solemlty Vesuvius is In violent eruption, tho take him to be every paper publishing other two mile raco at Newport tho lace curtains only 40c. SatHtvl, HSc, worth $1.50. and honor, Is one In which wine Is used great volcano presenting the grandest the base calumny will have to answer in other day. His Kathio May won Bed Table Danitnk 15c, worth 3oc. MenV line shoes DSc, Lace and Congas urday. as a symbol. Therefore he dismisses spectacle since 1672. the courts to unmage suits. Bath Towel, 1Sx40, 21c. .Men's Plow Shoos 7oc and USc, worth Tbo Thomas Stone place of 100 acres unworthy of so much the subject as one Hon. Henry H. Houston, a Fancy Fringed Buck Towtl, 24l II and 11.25. lying on Dlx rlvor was sold last week agitation. The governor ought at least republican of Paducah, is dead NEWS IH THE VICINAGE. inches, only ISo per pair. to Mr. Smith, of Wayne county, for Bya Knee I'ants 10c. to say unfermented wino shall be used. after a short illness. White Fmnnel 0c, woith lite. o pferos Kcrtvy for pints file cr yard. That much difference at least should be The democrats of tho Cth will not G. M. Newman, of Anderson, while i'2,'200. Ladies Flannel Skirt.I'ntturns 4lc, regu-la- r Co., of Wiehl. Nelson; Morris Men's Clay Worsted Suit 111 4S per Milt. shown the women, who make a business hold their convention till Oct. Stb. asleep, fell from a wagon and broke 75c goods. Chicago, boifght in Madison -- ID oxport his neck. Kogular price 5. of opposing the Use of intoxicants fori Berry has a cinch for renomlnation for Outing Cloth 4 c per yard. C. C. Call has secured tho contract cattle, average weight 1,400 ponnd, at Men' Alpine Bats, regular $1 hat now any purpose whatever. congress. A full line of Millinifry on hand. See 4Sc. for carrying the mall from Ed to Lib- 4 J to 4.150. - ..,-,.,- . .l cv.. c? . . n till. ....... Not satisfied with one correction, W a(lftn ,..,.,..,,, erty at 5ti7.0 a year. ruu o.iOi .'win. v;u , reu, ..... Il. our 50c walking bat. nKiuti Calicoes, Blue, Fancy and Light, only HiA big line Ladles' l)rc- - Skirts at S'c to S. Taylor, by an inexplicable and mis-- i, ing J members of tho Legislature is the greatest 1,000 pounds, 0 years old, gives three The Somerset Paragon the . A fill Ulne of Ladle Wrap fl to f 10 erable accident attorney general of war paper out, since hotllltes havo; gallons strained milk. Price c2". H, j 'Jlcpcryntd. .Kentucky, had two separate ones made has six correspondents in McRoberts. Pltetrlck, of Middlesboro, ceased. It in Friday's Louisville Commercal of Porto Rico. Sid, William-- sold a pair of mule? In qs his speech at Russellvllle, In which he, United States District Attorney, ,n. Mrs. Jennie Gilmore, a relative of Bowling Green for ?200. They were Is aliened to have branded Senator and prououncod the best Messrs. J. E. and H. C. Farrts. of this cracker-jacklievlng Arthur Wallace. Goebel as a murderer. What he says place, died at he home at Flat Lick, patr In Alton county. A big effort Is being made to have he said was "that Goebel had by the Col. W. Bryan's regiment musterad Pulaski county, last week Sales of corn in tho field at Si, big J. passage of his force bill made a murIn less than two weeks after the death steers at 4, hogs at itj, sheep at .'1J and service, but It is likely that If out of derous assault on the liberties of tho of her husband, M. A. Conant, Mrs. butcher cattle at ,'lr aro reported in tho T. D. KANEY, Manager. right the colonel gets out of It, he will have Jano Conant, died at Somerset. Sho Harrodrburg Democrat. people and the free ballot." All to resign. old fellow. We wont let Goebel kill The Winchester Democrat roporU Senator Hoar declines to be Ambas- was a daughter of Harve McBeath. you this time, but you must be particuThe Somerset Paragon says that our nales of 100 corn fed cattle at4i, export sador to England, and Representative ''ranch ttoro4 at Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstuwu, Lawrenreburg, rynthl-anlar. , Versailles Eminence, Georgetown, Klizabethtown, Frankfort. Mauck port, lnd. Hitt. of Illinois, chairman of the House old friend. Joe A. Fox, has built five cattlo at l 70, CO 1,000 pounder.-- at 4 The "daughter of regiment row, , Forepn Affairs Committee, is being elegant brlclc houses there this summer for Oct. 10 delivery nnd 35 and has gone to. Monticello to put up feeders at 4.10. that has been waged with ceaseless and j uvgci as g pr0per man. J. S. Grimes nnd John Coombs purterrific fury since Col. Colson permitted Tne istkriok Journal extends the three more. Mrs. Lewis Harris was borne In on a chased of Summers & Bland, of Sonora, Iron Fencu. Misses Mattio Marion and Genevieve j ollve branch to Mr. Watterson with Cypro !$ Shingle. Farley So wear the uniform of the 4thione haml and wlth the otner holds litter to Lancaster, having been car- 150 cattle that will average somothingj regiment, has been transferred to An- -' aoft the flamjnjr torch of, triumphant ried nine miles by 12 men. She is a over 700 pounds at 3 for immediate' niston, Ala., where both women went' democracv to which, while the light sufferer from cancer and was taken to delivery. Stewart sold to Patter.-o-n a lot of extra cattle at 4.60. Ellsabotb-tow- n after being told not to go. In order to burns, the most obdurate sinner may a hospital. supremacy, why return. If Mr. Watterson withstands Troubles never come singly. Henry News. settle the question of M. L. Auber. of York, Pa., bought them fight it out under Marquis such beguiling yet powerful logic, he Bowling, who has boon serving out a not let l'e Metal Roofing. .Mill work. fine for carrying concealod weapons at 40 mule colts hero at prices ranging of Queensbury rules and in prize is he & and not the democrat and statesman Somerset, was fined 5225 for selling from 115 to C. L Sarcy, of Waco, fighter's costumes, with tho gallant we worshiped in other ' whisky the day be cot out of jail. sold to J. W. und Leslie B.illard 00 as referee? mond Climax. cattle, weight 1,000 James L. Waddle, of Somerset, a Sexatou Allison, of the committee ADDITIONAL LO0AL. good trlend of this paper, and who until pounds, at 4 cents, for October delivery. Richmond Reglstor. nn finnnpp. nnrl ;l moinhw nf tha T4nni For Rent Sale or -- The house recently wus in the revenue business, sav that war taxes will be committee, has bought a half interest in the genWILLIAM SIIELTON, PRESIDENT. kept up u long time and some of them now occupied by Mrs. McClary. MUa eral store of W. J. Goodwin, at that R. D. D. will never be repealed. Certainly. The Llcc!e Beazley. pltice. Will bo at the Dingley bill doesn't produce much more j Fou tne next;j0 days W. W. Withers' In the Lebanon clrcultcourt. Thomas revenue than the Wilson bill and astock of furnitu,.e and undertaking W. Matt.ngly has sued M. F. Hether-Ingto- n WEATHERFORD hous e, Fill Curse of Studv in Literature, c, Mm.c, Art nnd Klocutton, under ol tured and experienced teacher says much of the revenue pooas at Hustonvllle, will be sold the Senator IirsTOXVILLE, KY, for ?2,500 damages, because he ' Sperial attention given to Primary an-- Prepnr.itory Plassci, of the future must come from Internal atcost. Is alleged to ha'e signed a contract Ono ucck lRlnnltiff Monlii., sept 2. fall Mt the College nnd get a copy of uur Nt'w nitalocuc, or write for one to MRS. taxation As "feenanciers"and manag for tho purport; of NA.NNli; S. SAUFLEY. Lady I'rinrlpnl. Slnnfoid, Ky. dontltr. AN apple weighing 1 pound and 4 oz. when he sold theEnterprlsonewspapor ers of wars, tne republicans are prov- was brought to this olllce by Mrs. to him not to run or bo connected with ing themselves raostdisastrous failures. FALL AND WINTER OPNIENG. James Jones yesterday. He raised it any pUper published in Lebanon, "Nti'VAi'S and says he has one ripening that notwithstanding which he has purchasThe New York Journal takes a t huvo lust ri'turnc'l from the city nltli a roseate view of tho political future. It will weigh Hlb3. They are known as ed the Falcon. stylish niiil complete. Htiv of Mllllncn doodn Gen. Clay has lived to see four "We want 3011 when in town to come to the ami on next Tliuixluy. the ".'ml I hull lie j figures that there will be elected to tho the Pound Pippins. 1S12; Mexican, 1847; civil and giud to have my frlemU ami it iiuilnt :iikonext House- - Democrats, 107. republiGeorge Lafkertv, who died of Spanish. His father was born in 1752 pre!eut at my oKinlng In my huiat- at I huvo coiired "the r-rs of" cans, 129, fusion, 20, doubtful, 32. tvnhnld fnvnr In rhe hosnital at Lex- wars. Thus two MKs Mlurilortniul). a ciini?tcnt ami t IKli Should the republicans capture all tho ,, ton lffbt weok wa8 tt Rockcastle and fought in three trimmer. I thank each ami even one for 140 years. doubtful votes they would still have 18 county boy, and his remains were taken generations span over living Where the irenerous suniKirt they have given me a; ami I cordially anJ earnestly Invite them to else on earth Is there less than a majority. There are 202 BLUG-GR&- $$ there for burial Saturday and interred was born a century cull on or aftur tho above nameil dutu anil republicans in the present House and near Langford. He belonged to Col. man whose father Inspect my poods. Again thanklngthem for and a half ago. Richmond Climax. pant ., favors ami nklng a continuatico of tho they have a majority over all of 47. r .., i.iU.ifn!iv Colson's regiment. Acting Commissioner Wilson has iir.j- Air. i ir, bowling alley in the The president is far from being all FOUND Dead. E. C. Walton tele- ruled that the Tumersvllle, Ky. of Centre College, Is not And get our prices. powerful in Connecticut. Ho backed phoned us from Mt. Vernon yesterday gymnasium to tho tax on bowling alleys his private secretary, J. Addison Por that John DeBord was found dead in subject and! ter, for governor, but notwithstanding bed at hU home slx mlie8 from there "open to the public." This alley Is a distribution of the patronage in his yesterday morning. County Judge R. for the use of the college, except that Here are n few articles and their prices. favor, he only got 120 votes, the sue- - G. Williams on boinir notified went to as a matter of courtesy some five or six a Blucstonc, the very thing thefarmer wnnte, as gentlemen of Danville are allowed the As Executor of tho last will of A. C. cessfu candidate. Lounsbury, receiv- hold an inquest. , bowling freo ono or two I yrill on privilege of deceabt-d, ing 35G. The republicans there evitime, goes at 5c per pound. it is wheat-sowin- g Nothing in It. Sam Young, a ten- nfghtsinthe week. dently do not like the way the war was Tom Boy Soap 3 tor a nick. Col. R. P. Jacobs, of Danville, one Thursday, Sept. 29, 1898, ant on Dr. P. W. Logan's land, had conducted. ( c u residence, three mllet from Crab him and Fordyce Logan arrested yes- of tbo most dUtinguished lawyers In At his lato seven from Stanford, near tho Lilax Orchard and The Centennial celebration at ( u terday for drawing pistols on him. the State, and who was a member of Crab Orchurd and Stanford turnpike, at Lenox was a huge success, orator!-call- Dyce says there Is nothing In the the constitutional convention, Is at tho Cedar Creek Station, on tho L. & N. It. K.,numerically and gastronomical- - charge and was made for spite. Trial St. Nicholas with his wife from a two bell to tho highest bidder the following prop- . Lots of other things and prices to suit all. erty, ' , C01; months' sojourn In Michigan. His J0UD8" aU E?n,S(t t is set for Wednesday. !f Come and see. 2sTo trouble to show and price. Lit, luimoucu me uro, uuiucu principalfriends throughout Kentucky will be 6 Milk Cows, I Old know that bis health has ly, people of all the surrounding counSpeaking. Judges Vincent Borelng pleased to Heifer, I Family Horse. by tho lake try swelled the crowd and Gus Jaubert and Hiram H. Tye, tho republican and been much benefited steer, 1 young bull, 4 Mecrs One breezes. Cln. Enquirer, 15th. did the rest. It was a big day, grand- democratic candidates for congress in and 2 heifer calves hoie. 1 brood mare. 2 mule colt, uged work mule, ' ly celebrated. the 11th, were billed to discuss tho AND STOCK, UND 1 mule. It'sho'its, wheat drill, i cultivator,!1 We should like to know, you know, issues at Liberty yesterday. Thoy have Star Pointer has beat 2:00 four spring tooth corn planter, i comuineo roajvernno how tho Hons. W. B. Haldcmau and arranged for a meeting all over tho mower, 2 buggies, 1 uaf;i)ii, iiIowh times. farming implement used on it Zack Phelps continue to retain mem- district, and will speak at Monticello, S mid all other mules for sale Slxexti, largo furm. Set blacksmith and carbership In tho "National Democratic" Oct. 2d; Somerset, Oct. 3d, and Woodpenter's tools, 10 stucksT of hay, 00 buhel ; MOwens. stock, Oct. 4th. committee and support Oscar Turner, of wheat, 40 shocks of corn mid fodder. I The running races begun at Lexington will also at Mine time mid place who stands on tho Chicago platform. Don't place your order for suit or Isn't this playing it fast and loose with overcoat until you have examined tho yesterday. F. P. Bishop bought a car load of Kent 150 Acres Of Land, the boys? elegant line of samples on display at butcher stuff In the West End at 2f to No. I x Land. 2fl acres of thN Miss Winnie Davis, daughter of Mark Hardin's by the Riverside Tail- 'tic. land Is to cultivate. 5 acres In meadow and Tenant houo tho balance In tho president of tho Southern Confed- oring company, of Cincinnati, O., Mule colt buyers would do well to go of two rooms on tho farm. eracy, died at Narragansett Pier, R. L, with 'Mulcahy or. deck'. As special In- to Rockcastle county, which is full of Teiius: All sums ot iio mid under, cash In J. W. BOUT, Manacihb. hand; over $10 three months' time without Sunday. She was known as tho "Daugh-- , ducements, $18, S10 and 814 suits go for 'em. Interest, with good security. ter of the Confederacy" and was a very $li08;$2o. $22 and $20 suits, $10.93; $52, Main Street, Interior Journal Building, Stanford, Ky. W. H. Brown bought of Gelster, of Salo will begin at 0;'M sharp. bright woman, inheriting many of the $:J0 and $28 suits, $20.03. Opening for Crab Orchard, 23 steers, '800 pounders, II. F. NEWLAND, Executor. J, P. CiiANDLEit, Auctioneer. three days. talents of her great father. at 3'c. The pacer, Searchlight, rnswon$7, Tub Lexington Loader saya tho j Ed Wilkinson has routed the room now occupied by Humllton, the jeweler, '500 this seuson. architects there are klcklug because Thirty good cattle for salo. Roscoo they were not given a chance to pre- and will move his barber shop to it I OV WITH THE - Sept. SLAUGHTER I In the Dissolution Sale. t. v three-year-o- ld 15 LOUISVILLE STORES y, LOOK at OUR PRICES 0-- nl well-kno- , . ... j I , s, The Louisville Store. a, two-year-o- i A.C.S1HE, STANFORD, KT. l i t years.-Rieh-co- lonel two-year-o- ld Stanford Female College. l H.JONES, S. Next Session Will Open September 5th. prm-tlcln- g wars-Briti- sh, -- - - Tur-nervlll- o. to-da- y $C0RG l. I ' Executor's Sale Renting. Now-la- ml. Nlch-olasvll- le y, I JT!" l to-w- it: 3-Ye- ar 1 1 1 1 1 llrst-cla- ss Blue Grass Grocery. niiiu-Grnx- Illuc-Orao- s. ' I 1 i.&-S.ri- - 1 . Ejsi-k- i ,.! "i t v ., .J.- -', ,,, U-- r ' 'i'L lW Lfjj. .i. "t vtr )nt."mKmmJ,V k .i'?.' TC" .''B.'1 ''"' ji-- l JU -- - i !H THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., E. -- Lkt in show you our now dress goods. Severance k. Sons. . New fur collarettes 81.7f to Severance A; Sons. S30. Fall And Winter Underwear Now is the time io make your purchases in of cliu.ee, ! Snpr. 20, iSg8 Harms' Nickel Plated Circus show In Luncaster to-da- y. will - DANVILLE, KT. m Ready Now Are mi ut Hememuke the 317 sewing machine, guaranteed for 10 years, at Warren & Tin: best Is nevor too good for worlc. That Is the reason we Shanks'. uso the best poods only. Penny's Drug 1001. We have two subscribers paid . Store. up to Jan. 1, 1001, It. V. Purdom, of Sparta, Mo., and T. S. Webb, Jr., of PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Kno.willo, Tenn. Miss Tevis Carpenter Is visiting L. 13. Adams will on Saturday next friends In Lancaster. Louisville, Is at Hiistonvillo at 1 1 M. sell all of his MRS P. W. Chase, of farming implements to the highest with Mrs. Joo Hayden. MRS. Jot: Carson, of Oklahoma, Is bidder for cash. visiting Mrs. J. K. VnnArsdale. Good time now to make your winter Miss Teresa M03ER. of East Bern-stad- wrappers. Wc are showing 2o pieces is visiting Miss Freda Meier. of new Sovoy tlannels and llannelettes. Miss Sarah Curtis, of Hustonvillc, Severance fc Sons. was the. guest of Mrs. J. W. Hayden. IN order to quit business, I am closMiss GlCACK ALMERT.of Cambridge, Kas., Is tbo guest of Miss Laura Carter ing out my stock of goods at cost, or I MISS F.MILY Dt'UDKRAR, who has will sell in a lump to a man who moans been visiting In Adair, naa returned business. Mark Hardin. t, 0. Walton, Husiniwsj Manager. . I'ndcwcar. goods. We hive a complete lino The Melba Combination Suits for Ladies Are Perfection in Pit, Mi-H-- V and Comfort, Elegance in Style, Finish and Conformity. and Children's Union Suits Fleece Lined, with covered scams, extra quality !.. at only 25c. Men's and Boys' Columbian Mills Shirts and Drawers. Those me three thread, extra fenced and warranted ful colors. I!est and Prices Lowest. Our goods are tho , home. Mr. W. E. Woodson', a St. Joseph, in all our varioii" linu- of Kail and Winter Dry Goods, Why not Mo., banker, Is visiting MUs Fannlo uome now while the weather is so plea-nand stook go complete? We have Shanks. and will you nionoy and toll you goods you an iinmoiito stock of C. Granville Baker begun the wont find at home. We can't toll you all about thoin in an ad. We want work of assessing tbo county's wealth von to conic to our store and look, yesterday. hi Miss Rosa LeeAlvbrson, of Richmond, Is with her brolhor. Mr- - J. M. g-ol We have placed all the accounts the old firm of Severance & Son with W. A. Tribblc. Those knowing themselves Indebted will please settle with him. Martha P. Severance, Admx. We have them in Bed, Blue, Fancy Stripes, Blue and Pink Borders. Ask to see Fancy Stripe Outing Blankets. You will want a pair. Prices from 50c pair up. of our good and prices and you will And us all right. BLANKETS. our Lx-ami- ne JOHN P. JONES. I I Presents. September 24th Is the lust day for filing claims against Lincoln county. All claims filed after thnt date will be Alvcrson. carried over till next year. George B. Bimlbk Carroll Portman, of Co. Cooper, clerk. B . Ii .it home on a furlough and Is Some drunken rascals murdered the quUt siuk. Sharp, of Williamsburg, sleep of our citizens Saturday night by Mrs. J. X. a prolonged fusilade with pistols, and t vliltlng her parents, Mr. and Mrs. got away before the marshals could run W o oiler inniiy special" in low and medium price good. For example, we David Bubanks. thorn In. What fun there can be In wm1 Novelty Dr- e- (Jom1 at 20c yard, in ten style; oilur Miss Belli: Coot baa rouirnod to such doings is past finding out. fine Ulnck Figured Mohairs at her post In the Deaf and Dumb InstiBlack and White Striie Herges '20c; Our first shipment of Xew Dross Goods is in The East Tennessee Telephone Co., T5c; all wool Venetian- - ."0c; all wool wide wale Diagonals at fiOc; tute at Danville. and on display. Come and see our Xew Black Morris Peer wont to Louisville has Just had recorded here, as well as In fancy Hlnek Crejwns at "fie, epial to logular SI. 25 qualities Friday to attend the annual meeting of in 1 or 20 other counties of the State, Crepons, Velours, Serges, Henriettas. Poplins, fi nor good-- ' from T.'tc up, we show Covert', Venetians, Clothe, Coatings--, Moles- his church there. a mortgage to the Nashville Trust Co., . ..... t Melrose, etc. Xew Covert Mixtures in all the kins-, Kpingle, I'oplinf, SK)iigft-- , Camels' I lair-- , Arc., tte. Jllaek Good- - in .MHS.u.1. uiw.vrn.iih.oi jo.ooo. R Is very lengthy and ML--s Buchanan, is on new shades at 50c to 90c. Beautiful line of fine Largest ttoek in Cen- Idaho, who was a 7fi iliflbrcnt grades nnd etylw'from 25c to 2 a yard. put a ?10 foe into County Clerk G. B. a vlflt to her mother. Cooper's inside pocket. jtf( tral Kentucky. Suitings in patterns only. "We can please you Tdns. Nannii: Louan, who has boon AYRES. Mrs. Ida Ayrcs, wife of visiting relatives here, returned Saturin price as we have them at 25c to 100. Charles D: Ayres, who was depot agent day to Camden Point, Mo. Collarettes Xew opened at 51.75 to MliS. M. D. BI.MOIIU, Mr- -. L. M. nt Itowland for many years, died at of six MU- - Mary Marra went Louisville after an Illness 30. Westcrfield and months. She had no children. Mr. to CampbolUvIlle Saturday. Aryes is in a condition of collapse after JltSSK AUSTIN, of Hiistonvllle, ! J. II. Baughman Co's mill the long and severo strain. He lost his at mother several months ago. Full line of extra quality Colflrtd TfatHS for lining potttaxtte, etc, at Soc, while it Is running night and day. Bit. J. "V. BttVANT wont after his LlMliBR NECK. Chicken.- - are dying; waists and linings'. equal to any at SI a yard. All cwhsre1 in mtiu Duchus.-o.ftj-r wife, who has been visiting In Bourbon by the dozen in the Goshen section by Fancy Waitt silks in great variety from 75c to $2 a yard. Muck Brocades, and Jessamine, and returned yesterday. , Silk.-- m Gro- - Grain-- , Tatlbtas, 00c to Mits. Mauy Thompson, who has a new disease which is called limber pure silk at SQo yard. Plain black-neck. They can't hold their heads up SI. 75 yard. Penn Do Sole 85c to $1.50; ArmuroL-- , Hadyimore Uayadercv--, been vlslttntr her daughter, Mr-- . L. B. at all when once the trouble gets a bold &1 Pryor, returned to Lexington yester- and they almost invariably die. The etc. day. good people of that locality would be A GOOD picture of handsome Editor glad to know a remedy for the disease. Louis. Land ram, of tho Lancaster atmeared In Saturday's Courier- Fatally Kicked. Sam Holmes, the 10 year old eon of Dud Holmes, of the Journal. Miss Floiia Wiuttinoton and Mr. Preachersville section, was kicked by a M. K. Allen brought Miss Minnie mule Thursday and died from the efr Woods to take the train for Garrard fects the following day. His skull was Saturday, where she will visit her trephined, but he never rallied. Less Heady to wear, mmlt 'trietly by best men tailois, at prices' that will surprise brother, Mr. Prnest Woods. than a year ago a son of Peyton Parrlsh, you; 810 buys h nont choviot suit with satin lined coat; SI I all wool Vene. Miss Pattie Alcorn has returned his neighbor, was kicked to death by tiun Suit with now flounce skirts and. rutin lined coat-- ; Sis.75 for Cheviot to Ward's Seminary, Nashville, ilor a hore. Suit lined thryughout with lino tnfeta silk; S2 for fina-- t suit made in latest father, Judge J. W. Alcorn, accompanHow's This? Editor Louis Lan- Sunday. fhnpc, cont iiihI skirt lined with 81 L'5 fiuicy tafota. Sue our line before ied her and got back dram is a good fellow, but he will get Out of suit3 that co-- t from ?10 to 512. Call at once and get first choice as theio Mr. JOHN Holtzclaw and son, Jas. thiugs wrong sometimes. Forinstance Goods will not last long at the price. buying N., of Spear Pish, South Dakota, arrivhe says that the Kings Mountnin Caned Saturday to visit his son, Frank ning Co. is putting up MX) bushels of Crab Orchard, Ivy. Holtzclaw, and other relatives. tomatoes per day, or 1,000 cans. Just Miss Lal'ra Colson, the beautiful a job Proprietor W. L. little postmaster of Middlosboro, who think what trying to jam nearly a McCarty has has beon visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. B. bushel of that delicious vegetable into Moss, at Lancaster, returned home a three pound tin can. Friday. .. Gait. W. B. Pkn'NY returned to The loth district convention of the Chlckamauga Saturday. Mrs. Ponny Everyone will want one this kiihiii and wo have the lino to uit you. Just and two children, Mary Coopor and C. W. B. M. will meet at tho Christian church here Sept. 29 and hold three rpal Alaska Seal Ool!nrette Cornie, accompanied him and will like- sessions. Mrs. William Severance Is note a few price on real line furs vi.: for $10; suae with Persian Star Yoke for $12.f0; Ileal Alaska Seal Cape, ly remain. tho president of the local auxllllary Miss Katie May Sckijhk, daugh- and will deliver theaddress of welcome. U inched deep, with 110 inch wcep, with Persian Yoke, at $2fi. These are ter of Kid. G. Surber, formerly pastor Miss Anne II. Shanks, the secretary, alwut half price. Alo finest Heaver Collarette, 10 inches deep, for $25. of the Christian church bore, Is vislt- - will preside over tho meeting. Rev. Ileal Black Martin Colhuotto for 25. Cheaper Collarettes' in French Seal, inc her uncle. Mr. L. B. Glvons. W. B. Lloyd, of Richmond: will deliver Wool Seal, Astrachnu, Kriinnier, Grebe, Mutllon, etc, in plain nnd fancy Harrodsbnrg Democrat. a missionary address ui night. The Dus. J. G. Caki'ENTUU and I. S district is composed of the counties of combinations, at all price.-- from $2 up to 18. More thin 50 dillbrent ?tylof Wesley went up to London yesterday Madison, Garrard, Rockcastle and Linto select from. morning to operate on Mr. W. B. coln. Catching for appendicitis. Dr. Joseph Killed. Brakeman David B. WhitPrice, of Philadelphia, was out to see man, a brother of Mrs. James P. Mudd, Mr. C. last week. who lived here until recently, fell from Mrs. J. A. IlALDEMAN,of Louisville, the second section of freight No. 112, 10 and Miss Jean Buchanan, just returned miles beydnd Lebanon Saturday morn-lofrom Petoskey, Mich., were on Satur and received injuries from which day's train for Crab Orchard, where of capes nnd coats are in transit and will soon be complete. A liuu t Mrs. U's children have been Btaying he died in 20 minutes. Both legs were Our stock cut off and ho was hurt internally. He 100 new coats now in stock. during her absence. was found by tho section men a few Miss Bettik P. Lewis, of Turners-vlll- seconds before he died. This is the announces her return from the third time he had fallen from a train, cities with a stylish and completo lino once whdn he and Marshal Noel were of millinery, which sho will opon next scutlllng several months ago, when both Thursday and to which she invites the were hurt. Whitman .vas 2o years old Inspection of the ludies. and unmarried. His remains were At Ten Per Cent. Lower Than Anybody. See Us Before You Buy. THE 2nd regiment was furloughed taken to Bonnievllle and interred. Remember when you want to make n present that we have the choicest lino Sunday till Oct. 18, and Lieut. Rowan ' .. DOCK. Burton, a private In Co. B Saulley, Sergt. Ashby McKco Warren, of Silverwnro and Cut Glass in Central Kentucky. and Privates of the lutn colored regiment or reguCorporal J. G. Lynn Frank Parsons, Albert Newland and lars, is on a visit to his mother, Lucy Burton. Ho was in tbo battle of San Zan Murphy arrived home yesterday. tiago and was with his lieutenant, when LOCAL HAPPENINGS, . that oulcer was struck in tho bead by a "brass" bullet and killed. He. himself, Machine oil, all prices, at Craig escaped unhurt, but jiftortbe battle Hockers'. was taken sick and about tho 1st of . of cakes just received at August was brought to a hospital in Fresh lot . S. Floridu and thence taken to New York. Warren .St Shanks'. young fellow and is Burton is u llkoly Get first pick of our winter lap well posted on Cuba. He says tho narobes. B. K. Wcaren & Son. tives are a rough set, who go with little or no clothes and look half starved. Mediterranean seed wheat for sale The clti7ens generally havo taken an at Cartor it Straub's mill. interest in Burton, but ho wants us to o Don't forgot about our lino of men's say that Ex Reynolds and family and 3 In need. Scveranco Marshal Newland have been especially t!Tl shoes when kind to him. Sons. New Dress Goods S-iiich 12-inc- m m NEWDRESS600DS 40-inc- h k m h - X I oi-erew,;f- Silks. I Fur just t i I SEVERANCE & SONS. mMm&Mmw&mzsm&MmmmMm Be-cor- d, Tailor Suits BIS DRIVE II ODD PANTS ! Black, Clay, Worsted, AT ONLY 32.50. W. H- Fur Collarettes. 10-inc- h E. PERKINS. ' For CHSH Onlv I -- Beginning Sep. 1, 1 will sell only for Cash or Produce. Get my Prices before buying. MARK HARDIN, STANFORD. 4 . Wraps. g, LOOK HERE I Corn Harvesters, !H1 o, Whet Drills, Disc Harrows, B. K. WEAR EN & SON. ST i Gfflfyh -- m m ... X DANVILLE, KY. t 'cSS 71 e, . - CiJ v ,f. . J.t . fcj fKSf'' " fST wmikj f. 9TWft irT'i ?S5?!JT5 connection goes on. But when Satan has done his worst with tho believer, tho time of "dissolution" appointed by God, and ratified by faith, comes, In its turn; nnd this mortal puts on Immortality; aud this corruptible Incorruptibility;" and that triumphant stage arrives where "death Is swallowed up in victory;" and the happy Spirit, in man, now muted with Its congenial Soul and Bod, cries out oxultlngly: "O death whero is thy sting? O grave whero is thy victory?" No one has a Scriptural right to uttor these words who dies. Death 1$ tho infliction of the "sting." The grave thai claims Its prey, is not conquered. Whatever comforts the Lord may cause to cluster around a "Jylug pillow," this is not one of them. I know that "Jesus can make a dying bed, Feel soft as downy pillows are, While on his breast we lean our head And breathe our life out sweetly iT if -- .: IMMORTALITY. Rev. Geo. O. 'Barnes When Death Seemed Near. THE INTERIORJOURNAL Written by 3?a"bHa5a.;lTv.oA&yo ? $ Tr There is a difference between ScripADVAXC15 tural "death"nnd "dissolution" as wide 2 PKKYKAH IX as the interval between earth and - When not m paid 052. GO will be charged. heaven. Death Is the severance of asthma, bronchitis, or whooping cough, there is no remedy "Spirit, Soul and llody' each going From tho bo sure ami safe as Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. to its own place." Wo have this desti first dose its healing influence is manifest. Tho sulFeror who ny clearly marked out In the case of has been kept awake by the cough falls into a restful lost unbelievers, bv studying the ScripDr. Ayer's Cherry sleep, anil awakes strong anil refreshed. TIME CIBD tures which tell where each component Pectoral is acknowledged to be a specific for all pulmonary part of the Savior's personality went, complaints. Physicians praise and prescribe it. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. after death. That He died, none can It is now put up in half size bottles at half price, 50c. deny who believe the Bible. "He tasted A. M. Ho. 8 Arrrltes at Stanford at "One of my children had croup. One night I was utartled by tho child's Hullclliix Up 'J 10 A. M. Ho. 4 Leave Stanford at death for every one." That Ho died hard breathing, and on going to it found it strangling. It had nearly 21 Arrive at Rowland at 12 W iav. No. The strength of the little onos we have all 3:4i) r. M. ceased to breath. Having n part of a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in for unbelieving sinners (1 Cor. xv:3) is No.S leaves Stanford at tho homo, I gavo tho child three doses at short'lntervala, and anxiously also a fundamental belief of Christenthi materials. Our stock of those good?, waited results. From the moment tho Pectoral was given tho child's dom, whether committed to unlimited" KNOXVILLE DIVISION. hteathtng grew easier, and in a fhort tlmo it was uleeping quietly and from Nursing Hollies Nipple!. Utc, t or "universal" atonement; and as combreathing naturally. Tho child is nlivo and well Ayer's Cherry Prepared Food for Infanis, is large, well 12 3; p in plete "substitution" for sinners, lies at Pectoral saved iU life." C. J. Woolurige, Worthon, Texas. Ho. 21 Train going North m ' " Mo. 58 " the foundation of all genuine christian 12 W a m outU there." " nfsorledniul contain everything approvNo. 25 ' 121 inn faith, it becomes of prime importance No. 23 " He will not leave us. Our unbelief ed of by tho medical frfttornity, For alllPolnts. in seeking to lind where unbelieving shall not "make the promise of God of EOHGH TICKETS SOLP. sinners go, after death, to find whero Look tit our line of Infant's Combs, But wo must not go be 11AUOAOE CHECKED Christ, the Savior went, whan He died. yond Scripture. That makes the above of For an j Information enquire Ilrushcs, Teething I5ir.g, I'utti Powders, We are not left to profitless speculation exultant shout the sole prerogative of JOE S. K1CE, Agent, on this point. The Scripture narrativo thoso who shall not "tasto death." Etc. You will be pleacd with llioir Stanford, Ky. is explicit and precise. His Body, slain, I do not build upon science. Only quality nnd price. went to Joseph's new tomb; whence, uoon the word of God. But science FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. rejoined by Spirit and Soul it arose to corroborates what Scripture teaches. m. r. Trains leave Frankfort at 0 SO a. A and a reach- ., life after three days. His Soul went, to Thoso who make tho human body a onncctlug at Heorgetown with l. C. and ing I'arls at 8:40 a. if. and 3. 10 r. t. Leave Paris hell the placo of torment. This is study, declare that every seven years it i.. connecting at, at9:20 a. m. and 5.30 reaching Irauklbrt at 11:55 also clearly taught. Peter, on the dny changes so completely that the body I with Q. A C. and Buy your Winter' Supply of Con! TINNING & PLUMBING, " Dd 7!2S5sEWl B. NEWTON, A. O. P. A. of Pentecost tilled with the Holy havo today is not tho same that clothed Ghost and Infallible quoted the XVlth my Spirit and Soul seven years ago. STA N F O R 13 , KY, , Psalm and expounds its meaning, as This may bo true or not, speaking QUEEN & CRESCENT. la now prepared to do nil kind of I'lumblmr applicable to Christ. "His soul was broadly. In part, I know it to be so. and Tinning sle proprietor uf Dean's not left in hell." Clearly, It could not But accepting it, as it stands, as a City as follows: Train pass Junction Muck Diamond Hoot Paint. Telephone No, 111pm be said to bo "not loft" there, If It had Shop on Mill St,, opplto J, 20, residenceNo. 1 South .....12 02 p m No. 2 North scientific fact, lot us analyze it. What " . 3 4am 11 Warn No. 3 " . "4 11. IlaUffhtnnu & Co.'ti Mill " 6 13pni not gone there. The Apostles Creed is thrown oil In this seven years? Say 5 " No. HlS.cs Remember we take All Kinds f Product in Exchange for Coal, No. 9 " ...... 8 03pm "10 " ......600 am rehearses this in the clause: "He dethat my weight is 150 pounds. Seven No. 1 does not stop. No. 2 stops only for pen-cer- s scended into hell." Manifestly, "Ha years ago I weighed the same. If 150 from South of somerset. 9 and 10 run no than Junction City and 5 and C only to Som des," In this connection, can not refer pounds are gone, that amount of new erset Louisville. Ky., to the body's deposit In the grave. That matter has come to replace the lost died and was buried in Joseph's tomb. quantity. I am the samo and yet not AMERICAN & EUROPEAN Royal Biakei the food pure, But the suffering Soul "descended into the same. My Individuality, recogniz, wholesome and dalidotu. hell;" there to be tortured by a ma- able by those who know me, remains, The Ladies Restaurant is the finest in lignant Devil, as ho has a right to though all that they knew seven years the city. Every convenience for ladles torture unbelievers, who fall Into his ago has vanished from the scene. spendiug the day in the city. hands; and as he had a right to torture Gentlenen'a Cafe on ollico tloor. Here is a wondrous thing that baflles their substitute, who, voluntarily, inquiry Wo keep "tho best" line of we find the key. It is furtill THOMAS A. MULUCAN, . placed Himself at that fientl's disposal. nished in this fact, that all that has The silence, in Scripture, concerning disappeared from my bodily personality Mutineer. MuaIc TueiJ.iv, Tluird.ir and Sunday that awful three days and nights ordeal, Is that part of me which is hurtful. Kvcnhw. Is tho most graphic tribute to its horTho excreta from liver, lungs, kidneys by words even tho rorsIndescribable and bowels, that must be thrown off or j words of an inspiring Spirit. VarnUhes, Lead, Colon anil Stains. FRESCHIrTIoN Also best" Patau, A faint I die, constitute the missing 150 fully compounded from Oil. bet" tlrtips obtainable. Your patronage H always care"tbo idea of it can be found in Luke xvi, apprepounds. And that which replaces tho ciated and It will be our constant nlm 10 sell "tne best" good at reasonable where the rich man cries out, in vain, ejected and 1,1. O. O. F.i hurtful elements, and keeps for a few drops of water to assuage the up my standard weight, is still the fatal POWDER agony of the tormenting tlames. Sovereign Grand Lodge. Si increment, that, in turn, must be cast Absolutely Pure His Spirit-aft- er escorting tho saved out, or kills me. I wipe my brow it thief to "Paradise," went oil to the with a handkerchief, and it is moisten CHURCH CHATTER. place of lost Spirits. "It behooved Him, FARM FOR SALE, 19 24, 1898. ed with "perspiration." That sounds IW.Ufi-.- . wrll wiorr.1 aud Ute ROYAl BAUfcQ POSER CO., Stw YOS.K. in all things, to be made like unto His cultlr i Rev. J. M.Bruce delighted his old turn. Two dwelling umisrv In tlnr lurns.of or. hr", innocent enough; but give It a name brethren," whose hapless destiny He that tells its function in the bodily congregation here Sunday, with an At (oni ami hay risrn lsood Wmclil IWeMton Round Trip uItu to .nil purchaser Call on or address. J C". One lovingly assumed. But there, while economy. MiCLAHY, Stanford, Ky. imw I will translate it into plain excellent bermou. sharing their doleful lot, He preached English. It is death I am wiping from Elder R. H. Crosstleld's two weeks', 00-Ac- re "glad tidings" to thoso who for 2,500 my MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. Sale, moistened face. God, In mercy, hus meeting at Sebrce tvsulted In o2 addl- ;V! ,n nluf ra" "J1" : Kentucky. years had been shut up "prisoners of provided many thousands of diminutive tions to the Christian church. ' thr l rritrv 10, 17 nnd Tickets will be on halo hope" while yet "Spirit's in prison;" x.v:. uvuu null! ui ..--. ducts to carry off this deadly drainage iuin, hjw Mini.rin!4. uwl M. k imrn llrlght, IS, returning good irnviui; llotlon ut laHon Newly furnished; clean beds; splcndsd doubtless announcing that their release Ky trn.. nrnWrrjr UHtler of all our systems; that oozes from the highest salaried minister in the United Ky. ter than fc'ept .'10, 1SP3 For ticket and m Porters was near, and only waited table. Everything oi His own. peach-blofull information call on Ticket Aleuts cheek of beauty, us well as States, died at Belfast, Ireland, where 89 meet all trains. This, though not specifically asserted i "Big Four Boute," or address, he was for his health. rum iuu luuiuury uiuc ui juuui. iu or denied In Scripture, is a reasonable would W i: O MrmitMKK Rev. R. B.Mahony has returned from DR. R. M. tl.l.S.1 h.M II all soon perish with this noxious L. S. PRICE, - I'm A UI Ast Vt Traibc MdT A exposition of the verso (Eph. iv:S) "He his meeting at Ml. Tabor held In eon-- 1 and poisonous secretion abiding in our ItSt INN Ml ascended on high, leading captivity vSurgeon bodies. I have read that n beautiful junction with Ho v. J. b Williams, of HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & captive." It Is a relief, in presence of boy wus Dentist, selected to grace one of the Harrodsburg. Thero was ouly one ad SURGEON, the ferocious theologies of never endpageants of the Pope of Home. He dition. Ky. ing torment, to know that 2,500 years is The meeting at Wilmore Christian Stanford, - - Kentucky. personated a cherub, and was covered, Office OTer JlcUoberts' Dm? Store In theKOwsley the Scripture Ultimatum of suffering; Qt!lre orer Hljrgin A MICtnncy'a Store. from head to foot, In silver foil check- church was closed abruptly owing to Building. as 120 years of "disobedience" (I Peter ing all healthful perspiration. The Eld. E. V. Splcor being called home by m:20) to the "heavenly calling," is the in convulsions, in IS hours. telegram. There were 2d additions. ! longest known period of resistance to child died, "VV. 11 the last day. TJR (TO UECONTIXUED.) tne Moiy Uliost. Who, but a Spiritual At the recent meeting of tho Tate's, IrnotolU prlviiMv bvfore. we will tll hyena could demand a longer term, nv jj auction the promUe .... , ...... .1 . ?t A jj on on SATIMtDAV, OCT. I. 11H, at hU LOW RATES QUEEN & CRESCENT, wiwn nocubmnuii committee on OF BROOKLYN. under Satan's torturing hand? B. Crouch, for the church' Farm of 87 Acres. iiiD9ifiiv""Q ueatn, men, is violent disruption ofi Low rates from all points in Ken- - letters, reported that thero was an InPork one "Spirlt, Soul and Body" and each "to tucky to Louisville Conference, M. E crease of T.'l in the membership of the On HanplnR Stanford mile from Huston. : vlllu on the pike. It well Imown Diace." It is vqry slgnlticant, Church, South, Sept. its 22 churches over last year's rcort. proved, with houu of olsltt room, all the Dentist, Stanford, Ky. that Scripture Is silent as to where t Baptist Young People's Union, There were 113 baptisms, "5 additions er fiil'liic; outhouse, nevevtury wntere.l with nevCo., oi Scotland. Offico over Hlpslin & McKlunoy's Store. these spring, Pann In high state of component parts of an "unbeliev-- ' Geortretown, Sent. Deby letter nnd 21 by restoration. cultivation, All under Rood fence. Solo Is Solicits a share of the patronage of tho comKOUNDliD lNOC. ing believer" tro. While there is a clear 50 munity. Kentucky Bankers' Association, Lou crease oy death 72, by letter 00, by for the purjKia of u xMtlifaiMon illvlMon. Wrlto to ituy of the undersigned or further revelation of tho destination of those iaville. Oct. 'l. exclusion 20. particular, or run on or aililri- -. J. W I)rn Ytrtfl hnllnfn uuu i;sitiju .!.. I. uuu n at lltistouvllle. Ky. uuuuiu ii1 .?.i.st uuatii, n..l u Mexican Veterans Encampment, "v THE W1N.VEU OET& A KOI'.TL'NE. On i J.i W. Drye. Mrs. linker Terhunet. and ti Mr. terrible description of the fate of the Harrodsburg, from all points In Ken-tuciu.i.ir,vr.iu..Mi.. l'ldill 6 iMouiuiimiiir, .niMi Ji ;. STANl'onn, KV !. . .i i , i .. lost dead; there is absolutely nothing rua . r A 10 Uracller. mriwUburr v. at 11 fare for tbo round trin for wut.iuuisfcuuy ui wiimeeting, the rich Fu- to inform us as to where a saint goes, the meeting of Sept. 20th. Ask ticket inSt0 turity, $10,000, is contested. Jauie T Lincoln County National Bant, when he dies. The "catechism" In National Wholesale Druggists' Ass'n, C. i2:14. Genevieve 2:1.H, Charloy Horr forms us that "the souls of believers. at St. Louis. Mo., Sept. 1S0S. death, are made perfect In glory," and Annual Conference M. E. Church 2:i:H, Limerick 2:!)h, A ruby 2:J0r, 'TUKArtl'KV DKPAKTMKNT. omcr. coMnmn.i.i:ii or tub cntiiCM'v. Siirimhlnii 2:18k Peter the Grout nnd quietly quotes what Scripture says of South, Flemlngsburg, Ky., Sep't. - . The Tailor, Washington, I). C, August uth. thoso who do not die, in proof. But the cracks are in the Bculah Camp Meeting, Flat Rock, other Wherein. Iy .utNfui'torv ovlilunce Bible maintains an ominous silence. to tho undersigned. It linn Ihkii niutlu Ky., from all points between Danvlllo field. It Is likely tho record will be tonpiKmr that "The Lincoln Count v NaStanford, Kv., "Dissolution" Is a wholly dltferent and Oakdale including, September beaten. Half fare on all railroads. tional Hunk of Stanford," In the eltv of thing from death. Thero is no disrup fetanforil. In tho of Lincoln' for the above occasion. Tickets J. O. Cooper has leased W. E. Ral- - Mtito of Kentucky,county compiled withand Ik Receiving his And has all tion of "Spirit, Soul and Body." They are good until the 20th, to return. See ley's interest In the Midway Clipper tho provisions of the Statutes of the United remain forever together. But all the small bills or ask agents for full par- -' to iwfori) Goods. .uu, ..iiuu ,, - .,.... """'"""" i.ii. t States, nsiuiredshallbehocomii led withtocoui- M..' itJ 01.i "K"nmias4iclaUon fungus growth of sin and Satan is taken ticulars. authorized menco tiio iiuiness of liiinklnu. away. The hateful and unnatural union . . Fall running meeting, Lexington, stanuaru. Now, therefore, Oeoreo.M. Collin. Demit v Goods Warranted. is "dissolved." The "precious" One fare for and Acting Comptroller of tlio Currencv. do Is, Kv.. Senteraber Fit Guaranteed. And Dealer in that "The JT forever, "separated from the-- vile.'' the round trip, from all stations be-- , STT1"X01Sr j herein certify of Stanford"Lincoln Countv National Hank In the City o'f Give Him a Call. HARNESS, SADDLERY, &C. There is an eternal "dissolution" of a tween Mason aud Pine Knot, inc. See Stanford, lit the Couuty of Lincoln unci Undertaker, Stuto of Kentucky. Is' authorized to com partnership that ought never to have agents for full particulars. STANFORD, KY. Rcntucky ineuco the business of llauklug its provided FIRST NATIONAL BANK Hustonville, - been formed. The "corruptible" is rein ."ecuun nity one minuted anil sl.xtv nlno Insanely in love with Joseph F. Vil of the Itovlsecf Statutes of tho Culled states. moved; the "incorruptible" remains. OF STANFOUI), kv. could not OITiti hit errlcej to the eopl ofWett Lincoln and craed because she and Casey countip. Full atuck uf otfiD.anil The "mortal" disappears; tho "Immor- Her, nnd seal of otllco this ninth day of August McCubblu killed hand. marry him, Nellie tal" alone is een. That which is 95 l!l'S. child, I), a. Carnter, Manajer. her lover and his Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, $15,750 GEO. .Vi. COITI.V. "shakable" is taken away; that which Deputy and Acting Comptroller of tho Lulie, and then put an end to her own Attention of the public Ii rallnl lo the fact that is unshakable ubides, (Heb. xn:27). Currency only National Iliuk In Stanford. this In a room In the Enterprise Hotel, No. 51'ar In every human personality there Is life it der Ullie pnmMonn ol Ilia National Hank Unthe Act Louisville. The woman first adminisdepositors are sreurfd not only lv tlio laiillal stock that which ia of God; and that which Is hut by the sloe kholde rs' liability lor an amount drugged wine and milk to the I havo bought a now Hlrdsell Clover Hul-lof the Devil. This union of the celes- tered Sale of Lincoln County Refun- csiiiaiiii mesiocc so uuv ut'ivotnorsurthls iuitltu. tlon are secuied by a fund ol siCO.Oyo, FlTe sworn aud will make It to your Interest to hee $10,000 father and child, and then took the tial and diabolical is that which is, for statements of the cuiiditiouul the Hank are made me before you ungagu a holler. fatal dose herself. With the baby each year lo thu United, Stales (lorvruiuentaud its GItEKNIIEUUY IiltlOIIT. ever, done away In "dissolution." This ding Bonis. aswti ar oxanilnnl at stated times by gomimient room and dissatisfied with Stanford, Ky. agents, tlius seturlns additional aud ierlect salet Is why Paul 6ald: "To depart Is far dead in tho toIetollon. slow working of the drug upon her the Wo the undersigned Committee appointed This Institution orlelrully establlshH . the Ve. better." "Wo who are in this tabernalover and herself, the woman deliberposit Hank of Stanford in IMi, then reonranUrd as at a Special Term of tho I'Ncul C.inrt nt ' cle do groan being burdened.'" Blessed r tho National Hank ofStanlord In 1803 audaiMln Route Lincoln uountv, held Aus. 10. lays. will, ately sent a bullet through tho man's reori?anlzcl as the First National Hank of Stanford dissolution ! Tho Farmers Hank .V Trust Co., located pursuant to an order of said court, on in lssj, h.i had practically an uninterrupted brain and unother through her own at Stunford, In the Statu of Kentucky, is Do you think that fever,or smallpox, for 3. years. It Is lictler head. She boro a bad reputation and closing up Its alTalrs. All creditors of tald Saturday. Sept. 34, 1898, lacilltUr tvr transactlni business suppllnl now wf promptly aud lib or cholera could lind lodgment in the Hank thuruforo are hereby not lied to pre erallythan over More in its long and honorable had been in the House of Refuge. Vil-ll- sent meir ciaimsugmnsi sam iiuiik tor pay At 2 i ., career. Accounts of Indlriduals, uduclarlcs.nrmi body God gave us? Do you think sin offer for salo publicly In front of and his child were burled in the merit. ooor in stnuroru, Kv . 40 inu muri-uoucould flourish in a soul inbreathed by J. n. OWSLEY, Cashier. OIKKCTORS. uiuvuiit v.uui i.uiius 01 uiu ieiiominaiioii same coffin. The woman's request to God? A thousand times No ! But In of 825U euch. riald bonds to run 13 years V. Held, Lincoln Co.: J. V. Harden. Stanfn,.i be buried with them was ignored. L,nc0,n County Nat)onill T. Harris. anU( of with tbo prlvllegoof redeeming sumo after S. S. II. Itauglimau, Tho that fungus growth that Satan lodged . 4 " ' Stunford. Kv., has succeeded the Farmors live vears, bearing live por cent. Interest J. S. llocker, " T. P. Hill. TTi, W.l'. Walton W. A. Trfbble. and propagated, on both, these fatal A report has reached Is ash vlllo thai tiiUik & Trust Co., of Stanford, Ky and jiur uuiiuui, ji;ij auio uiinuilliy. 1. i i ""' germs And suitable soil, and grow with nnn...tf TTnltod States Marshal J. M. has assumed all Its liabilities, assets and UoihU to bear Interest from Sept. 21, 1893. mIbom"hu JAS. P. HAILEV. J. Iteed, O. V, A., Chicago. t?rnk frightful rapidity and reproductive en- Duggan has been hanged by moon- entire business. S. H. SIIANKri, President. 11. coor'KU, k'om'tee a no. E. II. Bucoo, D. I'. A., Louisville. Ky ergy. While earth lasts, j .s. Hojk recjdo'n't''" jJ'j. MeltoUrti.CMhU td J. U. OWSLEV, Cashier. II. HELM, this fearful shiners near Fllntvllle, Tenn. . A.:A,,,McKInney,Asl,tantCasbler. aaiTrldavt (CONTINUED FHOM LAST ISSUE.) For croup, i For y. 1 Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. . THHO-UGH- non-effect- ." Penny's Drug Store. 1 'orve-tow- n J. T. - Jones, 2I-- BEFORE PRICES ADVANCE. tf fun-th- J. H. BAUGHMAN A CO. LOUISVILLE HOTEL 1 mi m first-clas- s. Our Motto: "The Best." ! Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, prl-es. Odd Fellows, to Fare for , ORAtG HOOKER. lIVS Boston, Mass., Sept. Mason Hotel Iancaster, Farm For 'Big Four Route" 1 w PHGLPS, Stanford, FIRE INSURHNCE j ' P. CARTER, FARM FOR SALE -2 pa..i ..-.- ... Insurance Company Insurance PHJBNIX l- 20-2- Caledonian wi-i- l 21-2- :1. 12-b- JGJVJcGkAY R.B.MAHONY.Agt., H. k - - 10-d- . 19-2- 1, RUPLEY, or-ru- U-2- 1. .,-,,- 7 thrce-ycarol- d 1. Merchant pro-fiutit- ed 10-2o- th, ., Fall .- Vinter I i j I I T. TAKE THE Attention, Farmers. 51-H Vi er The Popular to NOTICE. .... exist-ne- t- or I I CHICAGO. so i ".. 1 I M,-Vr- I J ' ) fi i ( S jM