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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898092301 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. v" dpr ' f' - j ff kv t C fl T c ' r - - I T jBjfT SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVII. KINGSVILLE. Our young friend, Mr. Claude although yet a mere boy, Is now day telegrapher In Chattanooga. Miss Annlo MoKco Is now fairly under way with her public school nnU gives, I believe, universal satisfaction. Mm. Stella McCurty has rutnrneil from u protracted visit to Cincinnati and Loxlngton. Mr. Carbon, our only Joo. has sold out his store house and goods and will move toon to the wild of Casey, where tmxvlll pursue tho ennobling occupa. tlouofa farmor. Mr. MoVost Is his bus bueeessor, a clever and Penux-backer, wide-awak- e Y J INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23. 1898. LANCASTER, CHURCH .CHATTER, DANVILLE, NO. 58 Tho appearance of the Baptist church Is bolng Improved by tho replacing of tho old windows with modern stained glass windows, A team of mulos drawing a wagon load of wheat, the. property of T. D. Chestnut, fell over the blurt" nt the Iron bridge on the Danville pike Tuesday. Tho Inules wcro killed and the wagon smashed, but the drlvor escaped by jumping. Rey. F. W. Allen will preach at Mt. Lieut. Cluude Whorritt, whose death was chronicled In tho dully papers Tuesday, is some better atlhls writing. On Tuesday lie had a hovoro hemorrhage and was reported dend, but the iness man. The doctor, as you hae already no- bleeding was stopped. He rallied and ted In your Journal, held lately an in- hopes aro now entertained for his teresting professional mooting, at ultimate recovery. Other fevor patients which the terrible typhoid was under are Improving. A telegram wa received hero Weddlncusilon. The meetings of the doctor where tho Interchange of vlows nesday unnouncing the death iu New with 500,000 mombers. occur can only be prwlucllvcofgcx.nl. York of Mr. Abraham Joseph, aged 75 The 1Mb annual convention of the Miss Gertrude Ponnybaokor, one of years, of heart disease. Mr. Joseph Kentucky Woman's Christian Temour uttractlvo young luJIo, to tho de- wa9 the father of Jacob Joseph, our perance Union will be held iu Warren light of her many friend, lias return- enterprising merchant. .Mrs. America Memorial church. Louisville, Sept. A. ed homo from a protracted visit to Harris, wife of Louis Harris, of this Knox-vlllFrnnk N. Downer, a county, died at Lexington yesterday. Llthlu Springs, Chattanooga, and Sho was taken there a week ago for Bowling Green man, was turned out of fee, In search of health pleasure. Shu expresses herself de- treatment. She was a sister of F. B. the Baptist church because he did not lighted with her visit. Mies Gertie Allender, of Lexington. Hor remains attend worship as often as his pastor thought necessary. modestly declines to tell of her numer- will be Interred In that city. Evangelist Sid Williams has closed Miss Finnell, of Richmond, Is tho ous conquests, but upon being asked about a single one, declines to make guest of Miss Xelllo Dillon. Mrs. u meeting at Sulphur Springs, Texas, any revelations und changes tho sub- Charlton Elrod,of Louisville, Is visiting with 157 conversions, fie raised $2,500 ject. M Us Mary Quintan, of Junction her relative, Mrs. Martha Frisbie. Mrs. to liquidate a debt upon tnc building. Rev, W. M. Britt, the new pastor of City, Is now visiting Mrs. Pennybaek-er- . W. O. Bradley and daughter, Miss Miss Mary alwnys takes with her, Christine, arc visiting Mrs. Juliette the Methodist church, will preach his wherever she goes, sunshine and hap- Rogers. Mrs. Dr. Klkln, of Atlanta, tirst sermon hero Oct. 2. He Is reportpiness, especially to the favorite one Is visiting her sister. Miss Jane Dun- ed to bo a good preacher and comparon whom who concentrates her beams. can. Robert L. Davidson bus returned atively a young man. Ills fumlly conKlngsvlllo does not believe In booms, to his law school In Virginia. Tlnk sists of a wife and one child. Rev. George O. Barnes is now using copscquently has uono of her own, but Anderson has gone to AnuUton, Ala., keeps steadily on In her dlgnllled to accept a position us wagon master In two great, newspapers to propuirate his growth to assured grcatnecs. She may tho Ith Ky. roglmenu Jacob Joseph is doctrines tho INTKIMOK JOCKXAL. to yet take within her corporate limits In Cincinnati. Kdwurd Atlendcr. a tell about "Immortality" and the CourMcKlnney nnd Wayncsburir and there- Lexington merchant, formerly of this ier Journal to show that a "Spiritual Hell' is not a place of everlasting by bo known as 'Greater Klngsvlllo." place, vlsltod friends here. We had a circus Tuesday, and several Is a vast deal of tdlo capital In There Our people generally rogret very tho xckets of our thrifty lint timid of our farmers wero given lessons, fanners, which might protlably bo In- which should make them wiser men, much to give up Rev. W. S. Grlnstead pljxj factory, but we doubt If it will do so. Two well and his excel lent family, no has done vested In, say, a corn-coclothos-plfacdressed men had two Innocent looking great good here and his fumlly have a broom factory and a Is, we have but one, a can- little shells, under one of which was won tho good will of everybody. The tory. As It ning factory, conducted by lt proprie- concealed a small pea and several of change was made this year so that Mr. our citizens endeavored to locate tho Grlnstead might be able to educate his tor, Mr. W. L. McCarty, very It hah proved n success both Hia at from 510 to 3(50 per locate. These daughters at tho college of his choice. to the proprietor and many of tho peo- wily sharpers succeeded in securing Next year he might not have been D. M. C. several hundred dollars of Garrard able to get that apiHilntmcnt. He ple. county wheat money. It seems a useIos will preach his last sermon here next hubbH waste of titno for tho newspapers to Sunday and will move the coming week. In this commu- wurn the peoplu against this kind of .Most nil of the wheat The list of appointments made by nity is thrshud and sold at (Wo per swindling, for they Jn variably capture Bishop Grauborry for the Kentucky a victim here; but, perhaps these bushel. do not take tho newspapers, and Conforeneo eroated many surprises. Klder Guorge Gowon'a mooting here Those for this district are as follows, at the Christian church Is drawing large vfo would respectfully suggest that they Rev. F. S. Pollltt. prcsidlug older: erwlwds, with 11 additions up to date. subscribe, as the many columns of good Danville, J. R. Savage: Hurrodsburg. Mrs Va Minor In applying anodyne advico published during tho courru of a Julius K. Wright; Nieholusvllle.T. W. to an aching tooth let pome of the med- year, would more than cover the paltry Watts; Purryville, W. A. l'euu: Mack-vlllicine roach her throat, which soon price they i.iy for the paper. M. F. Moore; Chaplin. E. H.God-bey- ; parched and swelled It till it became Danvim.k. Howard Mam, late of Salt River. K. J. Terrell: Salvtsa, alarming. Dr. Klnnalrd wna telephon- Thomasvllle, Gu., has bought oat the W. T. Rckler: Wllmore, E. C. Savage: ed for and sho Is now romo better, after drug store of Dr. Johm Dobo, at tho Burglu, C. M. Humphrey; Lancaster, HUlTerlng a great deal. old Curry stand, and will take charge W. L. Clark: Stanford, W. M. Brltt. Mrs. Kiuma Uryo, of Mlddlcburg. Is in a few days. The bank stock belong- Stanford clrcuit-- J. II. Fence, presiding visiting friends In this community. Dr. ing to the estate of late M. D. Log- older; Prouchersvill', C.V. Clay; RichHerring preponted Mrs. Win, HlankH an, sold as follows: the shares of the mond, G. W. Young: College Hill, 10 and Mrs. llcrtrnm Spratt with a Unci Citizens Xut'l Bank to D. C. Prowitt, F. Wyatt; Somerset, F. M. Hill; More-lan- . girl each this week. Miss Florence nt $1:10; 10 shares of the Farmers NaF. B. Jones: Asbury College. J. Hrlght, of Bedford, Intl., W visiting tional to Thos. McRoborte, at $tl5; to W. Hughes, president. retail voti In this community. Dr. Kln- II. O. Rodes, 10 shares of the Boyle Tim London district W. B. Regau, nalrd reports Mrs. Xewul McQucary as National at $l,i5.50; 10 shares at S1.S presiding oldor, Plneville andMIddles-boro.J- . liavlng fover, though not dangerously and seven shares $1(10. Caboll Denny T. Filer; London, R. H. Wright-man- ; at 111 yet. Itobcri Hutchinson, of Wayno bought 10 shares of the National Bank Barbonrvllle, J. A. Sawyer; Fine county, Is up looking for a farm. S. of Lancaster at $101. Advocate. Hill Mission, E. K. Pike: Manchester, Dunbar received a tolegram Saturday J. J. Dickey; Pittsburg, J. W. Isou; u evening announcing the death of his Tho annual mooting of tho State Irvine, Edward Allen; Camptou, II. A. Wiitlinr.ln.liiw. Ihinnlb.il Jones, at of Agriculture, Labor and Statis- Moore; Hazelgreen.R. M. Lee; French-burJamestown, lie and Mrs. Lay went tics was held at tho Suite Collogo TuesP. C. Eversole: West Liberty, at onco. Mrs. Mattle Berkley, of Ohio, day. The Commissioner was author-Ixo- d J. R. Nelson: Clay City, S. M. Carrier; Is In to see her sister, Mb Alice to offer prumiums fur various col- Jackson, S. W. Peoples: II. G. Houder-sou- , who Is thought to be at the ored fair associations and wa further transferred to West Virginia Conjrolnt of death now. authorised to appoint one parson from ference and stationed at Parkersburg. ouch Congressional district to meet Other appointments are J. S. Sims to A CUITICALTLMK with tho advisory board of tho bureau High Street, Lexington: II. R. Mills, for tho purpose of organizing a State Sparta; Dr. W. F. Vaughan, presiding Ul'ttlNO TICK HATTI.K OK 8A.NTl.XfiO. Fanners' Association. Tho sum of elder Maysvillo district; W. S. Grlu-steuHICK OH WKI.L, A KlSIl NIC.IIT AND DAY. $o,000 was appropriated for holding Millursburg. The Packers at tho Hattlu of Santiago farmers" institutes In 20 counties beThe conference will meot next year do Cuba were all Horoiw. Their Hero-l- e ginning In November. In Carlisle, the last week In August, KlTorts la Getting Ammunition and An Hnjoyahm: Excrusio.v All Instead of the .'id wouk In September. Nations to tho Front Saved the Day. No. !J, writ- Kentucky railroads will sell round trip LOW RATES QUEEN & CRESCENT. l K. ltutlcr.uf Do Cuba, on July 2a, tickets for one fare during Kentucky's ing from Santiago National Wholesale Druggists' Ass'n, "Wo all lmd diarrhoea in more or Great Trots at Lexington, Oct. 4 to 15. says: 1S9S. is tho greatest race meeting in St.' Louis. Mo., Sept. less violent form, and when wo landed This Annual Conference M. E. Church tho country. $"f,000 in stakes and wo had no time to see a doctor, for It wts pursea uro olTorcd. All the famous South, Flemingsburg, Ky., Sept. a au-- of ush and rush night and day to Beuluh Camp Meeting, Flat Rook, liorsos will bo there. Tho eolobrated nnnnuni-tiokeep tho troops supplied with Band of 10 pieces Ky., from all points between Danvlllo to Chamber nnd rations, but thanks will glvo dally concerts, and all the and Oakdato including, September lalu's Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhoea Item-edfor tho abovo occasion. Tickets beauty, brains and brawn of tho Blue wo were able to keopatwoik and aro good until the 2(5th, to return. See Grass will bo on hand. keep our health In fact, I slnceroly smull bills or ask agents for full parto that ut one critical time this wheat crop With a 700,000,000-busharmy, a 2,000,000,000 corn crop and 11,000,000-bal- o iculars". was the indirect saviour of our Fall running meeting, Loxington, for if the packers had been unable to cotton crop, aud all tho other pro- Ky., September i:i2l)th. One faro for work there would have been no way of ducts of the earth iu like proportion, tho round trip, from all stations begetting Mippliea to the. fiont. There tho 75,000,000 of Undo Sam's children tween Mason aud Pine Knot, inc. Sec were no roads that a wagon train could cau look forward, without misgivings, agents for full particulars. use. My comrado and myself had the to at least one more year of pretty fair Freda MalotT, tho Turkish daucer, good fortune to lay in a supply of this living. Louisvillo Times. boforo we has returned from tho Klondike with medicine for our pack-trai- n A Miss McCracken was kissed by a $2,000 in gold. The "whirl dauce" left Tampa, and I know iu four cases it conductor of the Chicago and North- wlihh sho brought to the World's life " absolutely saved The abovo letter was written to the western railroad. Sho was awarded Fair caught the miners und they showmanufacturers of this medicine, tho $1,050 damages on tho ground that sho ered nuggot upon her. A Lexington weather prophet. says Chamberlain Medicine Co., Des Moines, wus kissed by tho whole company we are to havo 27 snows tho coming Iowa. For sale by Craig it Hocker, through the conductor as agent. Druggists, Stanford, Ky. Frank Armstrong, of Hartwell, O., winter, tho first of which will fall Nov. boon appointed fell from his horso whllo drunk and hud 5. There will be four ico spells, he Wm. J. Hose has both ears eaten ott by hogs. further predicts. postmaster at Fritz, Whitley county. w 30-O- Xenla next Sunday at .'J:M V. M. There are 17 county seats in Kentucky that have no Baptist churches. 0 Tho Rev. Dr. 'A. Meek Is raising for Barbonrvllle College. Ho has already secured $1,000. On Sunday, October 2, Christian churchos uro asked to take collections for Kentucky missions. Kid. Wm. Stanley, who has been pastor of the Christian church at Glus-roand ulty attorney, has resigned both olllces. Dr. T. D. Wither-poon'- s condition has boon prououncud hopeless by sur geons after an operation upon the emi nent divine. The Young Men's Christian Association World Conference reported thut in II countries are .,7f)3 associations S10,-00- The marriage of Mr. Hurry Glovan-'- 1 noil and Miss Carrie Klnnalrd is an- -' nounced for Oct. 5th. Mr. James Edwards, of Porryvtlie, and Mrs. Hodges, of Indiana, were married iu the court-housTuesday. The muslcale nnd elocution recital nt Caldwell College was one of tho best the collego has given. It was largely attended and enjoyed. The following volunteers arenthome on a furlough: L. Tracy, Berry Young. H. Crouch, Charles Ware, J Martin, Sergeant Llllard, Charles Ward and e THP ..5' ?T-T-zr g - ns j KsJLVJXl JCj TANNER BROS., McKinney, rn--- W JL yj Only one week more. Saturday. Oct. 1st, until wo jjlvo away a flue Steel Itungo. Tho nearest to number of beans In quart Jar gets tlic Itange, Every 51 pur-eliperion gitc-tlnIn order to make this our dinner week we will sell you SO entitles you to a gue-ts- . tM)und of Granulated Sugar for $1, Lisvorlnij's Coffee Vic. Arbucklo.-- . and 4X ColTeb We limit- the above prices to 81 worth of each, extent when rmtoracr tjuvs other goods except groceries, then ho entitled to as many dollars' worth of supar or colTen at tho abovo prices as ho buys dollars worth of other goods. Itemember theo prices only hold goo'l till (let. 1. Look at tho prices of our other poods and see how much wo can savo you on them. Ilcst brands fallen 4r Lonsdale Hleaeh Cotton. Co, other good bleach cotton. 4 ami .tc. l'ercalcs. Ac, nnp 10c. Ladles' and Children's Hoe, Sc. up. Ladles' Vests. 13c and 2.V Good 1'uihrcllK, 50o. Men's Shtrta, 20 to .'0c. Men's Jeans l'ants. HOC up. Men's and Women's Shoes, B0c, up. ltest line we over carried. Nice line Ladles' Capes, 75c to ?4. Children's Cloaks cheap. lied Comforts 50c to $2. Men's and Hoys' Hats, about 25 styles, 5c to s5c lots of them worth double the money. Largest line of Tom Law will. Men's Those who were fortunate enough to them. und HojV Suits and Overcoats wo ever handled and ;cheaper tlian you eer bought Tttro leaf Lard, 7'c; new country Sorghum 30c gal 2 cakes Leno'x Soap for 5c. In hear President Roberts, of Centre fact wo cail glvo yoti a bargain In every thing you buy. Of course we cannot give every College, at the 2d Presbyterian church customer the S.'IS Kanpo but wo guarantee to give you moro good-- , for your money thau you cm buy elsewhere on tho face of tho earth. Sunday morning and evening, were Salesmen: Wndo 11. Kennedy, Archie Kllfe. tho soldier boy. and Albert Kecnov. ae sc. ?c ct. e, well-know- n pun-ishW- b n gon-tlum- e, d, delighted with his sermon. Sidney Otter sold to Messrs. Fnrrlsit Whitlcy :150 barrels of corn at SI In the shock. Southern buyers bought a number of horses at B. G Fox's stable at prices ranging from $45 to $100 and 17 mule col is at $15 to $27.50. Mrs. Frank Gllcher had an exciting experience with a runaway horse and narrowly escaped death. She wns temporarily prostrated by the shock, but Is much Improved and expects to spend the winter iu California Margaret Booker, infant daughter of Judge C. R. McDowell and wife, died Tuesdny morning. Interment in Belle-vu- e Cemetery. Budded on earth to bloom a roe In Heaven, but the blessed Master says: "SulTer little children to come unto me." A fire, of unknown origin, did considerable damage to the interior of Yeager & Rice's livery stable Wednesday morning. The fire began In the hay loft and by tho active perseverance of the lire companies, they prevented any great damage to the building. Considerable provender and soveralvehlcles were a total loss. One horse also burned. Insurnnco $4,000, which will probably cover tho damage. Miss Ella Gloro and Miss Montgomery, of Decatur, III., who have been the guests of Mr. Scott Glore, have returned home. Miss M.iry Bright, of Stanford, is the guest of Miss Rebecca Pope. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Peyton nre visiting the family of A. E. Gibbon. Miss Anne Freeman has returned to Richmond, after spending a week with relatives. Huber Craft and Miss Bessie Craft, of Holly Springs, are visiting the Misses Young. Mrs. J. W. Gill, after spending the Summer in Danville, has gono to Louisville. Luther Stodghlll Is recuperating at Crab Orchard Springs. MUs Berry, of Louisville. Is the guest of Mrs. B. F. Phillips. Miss Bessie McDowell Is at home again after a pleasant visit to relatives In Louisville. E. S. Rowlnnd accompanied his sifter, Mrs. S. B. White, to Richmond Tuesduy. Miss Waggoner, of Covington, a very popular visitor, is with Mis? Anna Fisher. Miss Maude Moore narrowly escaped n serious accident, while horseback riding. The saddle girth broke causing hor to fall. Dr. Dunlap is the attending physician. Shoes For Women. 1 Shoes with Heavy Soles and IJroad Toes are Very Stylish forJ Women. 4 ! ,jr! M j Get Them Heavy. Vamp Shorter than for some years. Wo can please you. and see iu. Call in The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, ST. Si m M t vaE9f Sell Goods Cheap ? Well, if you . DEWEY HAVANA that THE MAINE Kxpcricnce you wi 1 know -- & Cause of Our Success Lies in the MERRITT Of Our Goods. Making People Travel H0& To patronize us; especially to Fee such lines as Stetson MILES I5e-t Manhattan Shirts, Swct Orr Pants. Hats. Stacy Adams Shoes, Clothing Made. All Good's Guaranteed. -- The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone 'No. 136. DANVILLE, KY. . i...jyr.i I 1 I PERFECTION In a pair pants, but few men can take a measure for a coat perfectly lit and at the same time build up and so I Is a thing never attained, but we can by years of ellort and experience approach it. Any one can take a measure and Uu-rou- g, s, d, Under this line "Another one on Walton," the Mlddlesboro News prints this, but wq do not see the wherefore of the head: "A gentlemnn from Stanford, Ky., made application at the postofllco hero Tuesday for a German money order, he having come all the way here for that purpose, not being able to get such a thing In that hamlet, and by the way this is the ouly International money order ollice this side of Lebanon another thing Mlddlesboro leads all tho other Jerkwater places In. Tho gentleman In question desired the money order to send ao a wedding present to the old country and took it for tho amount of S4S." Mlddloboro News. A discovery has beennmde for a of one-llft- h pro-cus- I Half Way Fit You as to I : I 1 1: HfiDE Of the form. DEFECTS At id to Jtlo. Pants 53 to 10 ! Years of experience makes me able to tit any man, no matter about imperfect or Iriegular shape. I it1 Suits And Overcoats ViJ s pack-trai- n 10-2- 1, 11-2- 1. n Bellstcdt-Ballenbcr- g using an ordinary camera nnd of a second accurately phoin tographing all of the brilliant hues of a flower garden, all the contrasts In green of a laudgcape, all the wonders of a summer sky, the iewel upon your finger, the ribbou atxour throat, the stripes in your clothes, tho decorations of your hat, the color of your features, the bouquet on your lapel. On next Monday, Sept. 20, Louisvlllo will luaugurute the greatest curnial of harness racing ever held lu America. All roads havo extended for tho occas-lo- u e rate for tho round trip one-far- i H. J. MoROBERTS. fl J a 10-25- y, th, be-lie- vo modi-ciu- el during the cntlro meeting. There Is no better time to visit Louisville than during tho trotting meeting as the city is then at its best. Accommodations are ample and no one need bo afraid of Some manufacturers imitate Vc are out this year with some new improvements. not being cared for in Kentucky style. draft, forco feed, Ac. in ta'a-ce- s, lht Wo don't; we originate, Perfect "What weapon did Sumpson use In slaying the Philistines?,' asked tho Sunday school superintendent during tho general exercises. "He he didn't When you are'ofltrjd a disc drill. O heis aro m la"ous. We were unable to fil us ear'.y for the test use none," sputtered a llttlo our orders last year, anl kindly ask you to plrce your order with urchin ou the back row of seats, on earth. "ho didn't git Inter do scrap till dey Sr. was all sunk." red-head- Always Ask For The "Superior," HIGCHNS McKINNEY. "T'lllifci' . .w '. J&4L u- - Wi jf i) v ,f k mw u ' . nf n pmptmmmmm UtpixiwW 'I ;3v I ( THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., Congressman Uaimsy, of Texas, HI - Sept. 23. 4 s 1 h H M B L . LAND AND STOCK. are going tomaketheprescntcampulgn nn aggresslvo one. He said that In W. W. Hays sold to A. II. Severance order to escape the just and universal it Jersey cow for 850. indignation which has been aroused 1,000 bushels Red Fultz seed wheat Democratic Nominee For Congres, s; l Oivnlll fill n.'lliv against them by tho suffering indicted HON. G. G. GILBERT, upon the vo'unteer army through" Six extra, largo mules for sale. S the Incompetency M. Owens. or tho dishonCounty. Ot Shelbv esty of those who have been placed In Much Better, 2:07i, la the second WAR ECHOES. fastest pacing maro of tho year. president has completed h's power,tllc republicans had searched the Tun The Carlisle Mercury reports sales commission to whitewash the war de- congressional records and racked their We are Mill fighting tho prices down, We have a buyer In tiie dty the yejifrouml There are 175 typhoid fever patients ' and who Imvs for partment In the charges of Incompe- brains toQndsomcdamaglngnccusatlon In the division hospital at Lexington. of 202 export cattle at I.H0 to 4 J. James Anderson sold at Danville tency and dishonesty made everywhere which they can sustain against us. But Already it is said that the peace comngainst It. The stupendous scanuais they have not found it, aud they will mission will cost ?257,'J50 and the end Monday 2J1 steer calves at JI.S5. Trhnblo county raisers have shipped will not down, however, even If the not find It. The record of the democratic is nowhere insight. 250,000 bushels of peaches this ecuson. of thls'all ready decided com- party throughout the last and trying report A hostile demonstration planned Who Is It is the name of ono of the mittee- shall say everything was done In session of congress is absolutely above against Cervera by workmen who built : : the most approved manner. The people all criticism, and in the history of this his cruisers, was prevented by the fastest trotters In California this year. Tho Glasgow News reports sales of and the suffering soldiers know better government no minority party o.er Spanish Government. weanling mules at SI10 to 60 and 104 try to placate passed through a war session of con and the president needn't Tho Navy Department has ordered ' Iu Kentucky which enables them to buy in large quantities and thus get adrnntngo them by a show of virtue, which he gress with so much credit as did the 400 sailors sent to Hear Admiral Dew- big mules S117.;l0. Sales of 225 hogs at UJ and IK) year- of low prices. Hesidc wo keep a full stock in nil season. Even at Lexington. Gen. democrats of the present congress. It ey's licet at Manila. Thcy are to hath not. A profit Is not what we want. Our aim is to ro luce our stock aud hum do It ling cattle at 3 to 4 are noted in the Alger heard some plain talk about the voted against the war revenue bill men whose time has expired. of cost. because the party believed that there mismanagement of division hospitals. The furniture of tho battleships Winchester Democrat. the was no necessity to issue interest Kearsargo and Kentucky, orders for Charley Gerhauser sold in Danville Gen. Wiley strongly denounced cattle at $20.50 incompetency of tho surgeons and as bearing bonds.considerlng the condition the making of which, have just been Monday !17 order for sup- of the treasury and its wisdom, has received at the Portsmouth navy yard, and 40 calves at 315.JK). serted that order after J. W. Eubanks sends us a KMnch ear plies had been Ignored. The general been fully vindicated. Mr. Bailey is is to cost nearly $100,000. Quartermaster Leo at Chicka-maug- a the leader of the minority in congress The reorganization of tho volunteer of corn filled with large grains as a scored as wholly Incapable and charac- and has a way of hitting the opposition and regular army now in contemplation sample of his big crop. Terhuue & Miller bought here Monterised medical director Huydenkoper in the tenderest spot. will pmua a hi7 reducfon in tho num day 45 medium mules at an average of And examine our goods and thereby be convinced tlml wo mean what wo ay. with no military a9 a horse doctor, The republicans ought to declare In ber of officers. Many of the generals News. training whatever and with no idea of their next platform that "we believe of volunteers will lose their places. Tinsley Spoonnmore leffatthls office Col. Leonard concurred disinfectants,' Gen. Breckinridge thinks Surgeon ( lilldreu's Kid Sole Shoo 23c, worth 50. in a covernment by injunction," they Yard wide Wenched Cotton, 7c quality, with the general that Huydenkoper resort to such means so often. The ri- General Sternberg rcsjwnslble for the three sweet potatoes that aggregated only 4c. Children nnd .Mirs School SIkh-h- , S to feet and looked like was thoroughly Incapable. Surgeon val factions in Louisville are the'last bad state in the military camps. Al- in length 5 Hoosier Urown Cotton flic. 2, only 40c. Gen. Sternberg tried to turn the tide to air their troubles in court. Sternberg in putting snakes. ger sides with Check Cotton, a world b.atcr, never Ladle' Grain and Glove Grain Shoes mismanage. The Northwestern Miller reports tho offered of criticisms against the the blame on commanding officers. before for the price, 4c. flour output ut Minneapolis, Duluth, success. It is related raent, but without The latest New York theatrical senDr. Senn, who was with tho army 4 Unbleached Sheeting lie, worth 15c. I.ndle Clo h Top Shoc, Heel and Spring that the fellow Huydenkoper, while sation is a play in which a beautiful at Santiago as chief of tho operatlug Superior and Milwaukee last week at laco curtain only 40c. Heel, iSc, worth $1.50. practicing his profession of veterinary actress calmly disrobes on the stage staff and who has been discharged, 374,030 barrels. Dniuatk 15c. worth 35c. Bed Men' fine ehoes DSc, Iire and Congress It was thought that there would ho n Hath Table ISxIO, 21c. surgeon at New York, cured a pet dog Irom cloak to cor&et. It is useless to sharply criticises tho army adminisTowel?, MrnV Plow Shoe ?c amj Die, worth to buy the horses of Teddy Roose belonging to Mrs.McKlnley and that the say it draws like a porous plaster. I tration and says Shatter is either rush Fancy velt's Rough Riders, but 1,070 went at inchesi, Fringed luck Towels, 21x45 $1 nnd fl.25 president out of gratitude for the noble ignorant or arrogant. only ISc per pair. lloya' Knee Pants llc. an average of $10. POLITICAL POINTS. act, appointed the quack to look after White Flannel lie, worth 15c. 6 pieces Koraey forpauu 5lo per yard. The tobacco yield this year, it Is of a great array ol the lives and health BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. Flannel Skirt.l'ntlerns 40c, reguGov. Bradley has made "Gen" Col' Men's Clay Wortted Suit 111 4S per suit. by competent authorities, will u iNMn(nhal -- - -- , slaff .omier. . mi ..UaIa . - hiiainnss ft coloncl oa Kcgulnr price 6. living be lfc'0,315,300 iounds or about 75,000,-00- 0 lar 75c goods. W. T. Cox, a prominent farmer -- w . is a uisgrui:e u, e au u Outing Cloth 4c per yard. HonW B SmUht0f MadUon county near Fulton, was kicked to death by a Men's Alpine Hats, regular II lint, now more than 1S07. more the matter is probed thel(eraocnu faas decared hlmsdf & the A full lino of Millinery on hand. Se 4Sc. D. Chenault, of Madison, sold to horse. T. greater grows the disgust and horror, lidalo fop Govern0p und w,n b our 50c walking hat. an A big lino Ladles' Dress Skirt), at S;e to Ellsha Banks, of Webbville, is in Schwarz, Schild Co., of New York, that men who answered so quickly and , Calicoes, Hlue, Fancy anil Light, only 15. injail charged with kicking his wife for export, 200 hend of big cattle, at s call to patriotically to their country Uc per yard. A fnl lllne of Ladies' Wrap II to 10. he Pre,!danl , gaid tobe prepap 4!c. Milt Covington sold 30 at i.OO. to insensibility. arms should have been treated worse New York City, Dr. Henry Claus, of The war cut oil the prune supply than dogs, especially by a government j ge thousand ofl.ee. aged 72 and worth r0,000, committed from Spain, but California tuts come to mcuus w ........ ........ which can bo filled by republicans. mat nau uuuimieu the rescue with a crop of M,000 tons sulcitle without apparent cause. comfortable. Dr. V. H. Hobson, a Richmond den- and his 6on, Charles, this year, from orchards which aggreLandon Carter uuuuuuu ma cuuuiuacy iu have been indicted by the Shelby gate fn,000ncres. " THE framer and advocates ot the Goebel election bill claimed that its represent Madison county in the Lower county grand jury for turnplko raidAt Georgetown, Monday, 000 cattle adoption as a law was absolutely neces- - House of the next General Assembly, ing. were offered. Heifers sold at 3 to 31; d sary because of proven frauds In the! A prominent republican at Vanee-11t- h The low bids for stamped envelopes steer.-- 'M to 4; und a lot of T. D. KANEV, Managor Congressional district, which in burg boasts that 15,000 of Adminis- - and newspaper wrappers will make a ers were withdrawn at 1.30. Mule ugh In the saving to the government of a million colts brought $20 to $35 and a lot of the last presidential election especially lral,on money is behind Mntn district congressional race now a year. were many and flagrant. John D. White common sheep, $2.55. Times. Hrnnch 8toro nt Fan's Cnrllale, Mt. Sterling, Hnrdstown, Lawrenceburg, Cytithi-lihas for several years inveighed against much has Davison ? Versailles, Eminence, GeorgetoKti, Ellxabethtown. Frankfort. Mnuck port, Ind. Miss Russell, the famous The National Prison Association New governors are to be elected in the rascality of the republican commit- decided that the spanking is the best dam of Maud S. 2:04, the property of tee and made charges against it that if "' States this fall. Vermont will have and most humane punishment for un- H. A. Alexander, of Woodford county, proven would land the last one of them iaa next new governor October 1, elect-i- n ruly convicts. is dead. Maud S. neld the worlds reJ ron v once. the penitentiary and now comes the,ed Sel'-- - - Georgia will inaugurate An English syndicate has purchased cord for elt'ht years, and still holds it Cypr CSS Shingles. l at Irvine nnd for high wheel sulky performances. Hon. John Henry Wilson a willing wit- - Nov. 1, a governor elected Oct. 5. Ingles' largo ness, who testifies as follows: "I think j John D. White says Judge Boreing 25,000 acres of timber land in Knott and Miss Rus-c- ll was famous on two conI have been cleaned up lock, stock and favors the repeal of tho civil service Perry counties. tinents. barrel. My caudidacy shows that the ' law and that he (White) will defend Lyon vc Allen sold to John and Jamas Mrs. Wra. Bowles, a widow, was as 1 cry of fraud in this section the republican platform of 1S90. Mr. sassinated by John Franklin, her democratic Parks 120 leeders, 1,000 to 1,200 pounds, of the State is not tobe discredited. I White says he will give a reward of In Barren county on account of for Oct. 1 to 15 delivery at 4c, and to Metal Ivoofinir. Mil! Work. have nothing further to say now." If 850 if a joint debate can be arranged domestic trouble. Woods Walker, also of Garrard, 43 Crit- yearling steers at 4c. They bought In the leaders there will cheat each other at each county seat in the district Robert Howard, u lo year old will swindle anybody else and if ing October. tenden county boy, cut his throat be- Madison and Garrard 200 butcher catd there be those who think the Goebel j The returns from the republican cause his mother refused to give him a tle and feeders at 3i to 4e nnd 35 bill an unnecessary enactment, let him' primary in the 27th judicial district, second slice of pie. cuttle of J. S. Mobley and Geo. study the situation in the 11th district indicate that Hon. H. C. Ever&ole, of Near Marietta, Ind., John Beals MeKlnney ut 3.S5. and he will be convinced of his error, j London, was nominated for circuit wlitin hnntlntr. mistook Olllo Stur- This ts the way the New Orleans WILLIAM SIIEITON, PRESIDENT. judge by a plurality of about 1,500 over wnn' hi'iul for u soulrrel and shot Live Stock Enterprise tolls of the con H. Wilson, of Knox county, with fatal results. ditlon of tho market: The Porto Hican commission has'Hn-JReceipts of beef extremely light: nearly completed its work while that and by a majority of nearly 1.000 over Three burglars strangled a Brooklyn Full Course of Study in Literature, .Science, Mimic, Art and Elocution, undor culMilch cow prices out of sight. at Havana has done little or nothing. OQth Wilson and Brown, Eversole man to death, choked' his wife into in tured and experienced teachers and yeurlingo tolling right; Calves The evacuation of Porto Rico will bo carried Laurel by nearly 700. sensibility and escaped with $500 found Special attention to I'rimary and Preparatory 01ne, Mast-fe- d slight; hotrs be sure-tfaction In the .5d np- - under the mattress. Call t the College and complete in three weeks. At Havana' The n copy of our Xow Cntalnsrue. or writ for ono to MHS. Ctrn-feactive outlook briirht; XASNir.H.SAUFLEV, Lady Principal, Stanfoid, Ky. Sheep, if fat, und not too light. the Spanish commissioners want till pellate district are kicking like steels Tom Sapp, charged with the murder Shippers, be here Thursday night. Feb. 2$, next, to evacuate Cuba and because the Lewis faction has succeed- - of Joe Marples, who escaped from the desii-that tho Spaniards be allowed ed.in securing Judge Jones' consent Springfield jail last March, walked in Sydney Otter sold to FarrU & Whitley 350 barrels of corn at $1, in, the to march out with all the honors of for Postmaster B. T. Conway, of Leb- - town and surrendered the other day. ST r""WBTS Scotch girl who shock. D. N. Prewitt bought 70 hogs - anon, the most bitter enemy of the war. A dispatch says that the AraerlMaggie Woods, tho s faction, to be chairman of his crossed the ocean to wed u Negro lover from Ben Bright and 30 from A. E. "We want you wIkmi in town to come to the an commissioners have taken up their Trotcha, where campaign committee. The enemies of named Martin Hamilton, kept her Hundley nt 3.35 G. A. Swinebroad , quarters at the Hotel the stars and stripes now float at a Conway and Lewis are np in arms over promise and was married to him in bought of difforent parties 40 yearling cattle at four cents. J. II. Swopo sold 100 appointment and if some step Now York. cost of 31,400 a day. Ven to J. B. Foster, of Lexington, 25 is not taken to placate them, harmony Minister Loorais brought from Society in Louisville is to have its will not be the cattle for October delivery at of the cam- ezuela u cane, a gift from BLUG-GRA$four gents. Advocate. long felt want filled. Miss Marie Thix-to- paign, and Jones will Jose hundreds of President Andrade to President $ late personal news editor of the republican votes in that end of the from 127 different It is made It Is reported that trnnce mediums, Courier-Journais to embalm it in a district. varieties of native wood from the state astrologers nnd fortune-teller- s of ull book, which is to give the names of all A dispatch from Frankfort says that of Zulla. classes have been reaping n harvest And get our prices. the society people with their reception .T. J. Hardin, of Owen county, who was Later reports of tho hurricane in of coin from the Chicago police force days, and so lorth. it is claimed lor . defeated by e Breckin-ththe Barbadoes show 100 fatalities. since Chief of Police Klpley offered to book that.it will do everything to ridge in 1802 by over 0,000 majoritv, Fifty thousand persons wero made promote to n lieutenancy any memmake entertaining so easy that it will will probably be nominated for homeless by the great storm. The Here arc a few articles and their prices. a positive pleasure instead ol a gress today. His opponent, W. G. full damage is estimated at more than ber of the force who should succeed in finding little Gerald Lapiner, who Blucstone, the very thing theiarmer wants, as bugbear as It sometimes Is. Louisville's Dunlap, of Lexington, is backed by 81,000,000. was kidnaped on Memorial day. The 400 are to be congratulated that so Referee George Denny, of Lexington, time, goes at oc per pound. it is wheat-sowin- g Dust caused an explosion in the Uncompetent a person has taken tho mat-- and most of the Federal office holders ion elevator at Toledo, O., and as a Chicago police are supposed to be civil Ji ibr a nick. service proof. Tom Boy Soap ter in charge. of the district, but as the rank and result 10 are dead, five missing and 11 (c " 2 ( Lilax Ale of j : Ta f . The premature and significant talk). n the republicans have it laid up dangerously injured. A million bushels A little girl in a Chicago church has .. -- '. .. ( o n u of oata and 450.000 bushels of other made a valuable contribution to the Lenox of a contest by Davison in case Gilbert stand by Hunter in the Blackburn- - grain were destroyed. new woman literature. She told her is elected, indulged in by his organ,tho Lots of other things and prices to suit all. Hunter contest, It is not likely that At Mammoth Springs, Ark,. Mrs. mamma the story of Adam nnd Ere. Richmond Pantograph, shows that iu that "Dod, He made Adam nnd He put him Come and see. !No trouble to show and price. Emily Erwin, wife of a prominent is the only hope thai ts man has ofthtaupportwU! avail him. n,th!nff. " shot and Instantly killed Dr. Rob- in a big garden, an' Adam he was to, V16, warming a seat in Congress for another 1 Jh, aH ? n one 80 e physician, so lonesome; 'an' then He putted him ert S. Blair, a 9h,uld h(0, two years. Democrats should see that J1b sleep, He did; 'n then He took out s majority is so large that even th? corruPlion. 'ri,t,sm and Incora who was trying to force an entrance to his brains nnd made a woman 'of the "wv-uIu- f A""---ra- Into her room. ifa thieving republican congress la tion during the war with Spain. When The remains of Miss Winnie Davis brains, 'n then Adam he wasn't loneelectccVwhich God forbid, it dare not some no more." we have .settled this account wo can will be interred under the steal the office from him. turn to less pressing matters. Tho case of tho Confederate Veterans and That Cojorado corporal who wrote The Hunter faction is said to bo "the Presldeut versus the people: and. the Daughters of tho Confederacy. The to his mother on tho back of a frying-pan- , Jt he stripped of all misleading ques- kicking because Col. John Henry WU-latter have already started a subscripand told her the Spaniards son, of Barbourvillo, was defeated for lions, someDouy win oe made to an tion for a handsome monument to her. couldn't hit a "barn door at 200 yards" the republican nomination for circuit swer for us heartless and creel a misuse The funeral will occur at Richmond, is a truthful and earnest young man judge in his district, we are informed of power as has ever been known in the Va., and will be a notable one frViss. 11 TIa.i1 n by the Louisville Times. Well let 'ora annals of any country. Tho dead' cry tHnnilinN who deserves nnd should have promo j n.... ucv. d ""i on "' charge of tlon at the earliest available kick. It will prove as silly a perform- out from the dismal swamps to which a u in Lexington tUDi(yt ance as that credited to Suul in Holy selfish and partisan administration con- conspiring with Prof. J. V. McCluro signed them. The living owe it to the and causing tho death of Mlas Lydla Writ. It is remarked by a fatuous contem-BracheJ. W. ROUT, Maxaoir. dead to right the wrong. Let every girl of Hart county, pornry that some of the people who a young The Owensboro Messenger says the tbfng else stand aside whilst the peo-plhas been Indicted oy the circuit court ' return from the Klondike country Main Street, Interior Journal Uuilding, Stanford, Ky. democrats are sure to elect nine Contrue to their country and at Munfordville. The trial will take come back just as a matter of curiosity gressmen in Kentucky this year. do their'duty. to find out what cold looks like. place September 28. who made tho best speech delivered hero by anybody during the campaign of 1SD0, spoke nt Chatham, Va., Mon1S98 day to a vnstaudlencoof eager listeners and made it plain that tho democrats W. P. WALTON. "Tho fight is already won," says Secretary Kerr, of tho democratic Congressional committee, speaking of the next House or Keprcscmauves. -- i had thought up to a llttlo while ago that while the republicans would certainly bo in the minority, the majority would bo composed of all classes of opposition. I feel certain now that wo will have a complete democratic ma jority." He puts down a gain of thrco from Kentucky, three from Indiana and three from Iawa. Of the 150 Mexican Veterans from eight States, now In association at Louisville, but six are under 70 years of age,but they generally look halo nnd OV IVTH THE hearty. SLAUGHTER In the Dissolution Sale. I 15 LOUISVILLE STORES o 725-poun- d LOOK at OUR PRICES 20.15.-r-Andcrs- on 0-- 1 ; t ! "i The Louisville Store. 1,300-poun- f s, ld ! saw-mil- son-in-la- a. c.siim STANFORD, Ky. 1 dur-the- y wm& 1.000-poun- Stanford Female College. I Next Session Will Open September 5th. I o anti-Lew- is ds e -- anti-Lewi- ) two-year-o- ld by-wo- rd gold-mounte- d n, Mc-Kinle- y. $C0RG ' l, ( Con-beco- -- """.. ?T .: 1 jew-ele- r, b,e-t- Issue-Gilbe- rf well-know- , to-da- y aus-pee- ls U' -- " un-Kor- "" Blue Grass Grocery. oppor-arreste- r, I o, them-selve- ..- - '. v -- H ii , 'T 'fW r"' 6 Krtj Nuv corn is already being ground by HE INTERIOR JOURHAL KY., -- Sf.1T. 23, 1 the mills here. Get first pick of our winter lap robea. B. K. Wearcn & Son. 1 1..1 1 iTANI'OKD. mined moduli ulchb Wednesday Tub town Is having a hoso dryer nnil rTintilflnnnKlu vnaf rt1n v n nil th Slrr built back of tho engine house, which 1S98 dh1 Sorvlco baiil It would continue toraln lias been taken for an elevated rall- lust night and clonr up cooler. i'2. to-da- y It nnd be wny. V rt iV r tn 1 J. II. Bowcock wns shot and instantly N. will take you to killed by Sutton Fan-i- in front of tho Till, best never too good for pre- Cincinnati imd back over tho K. C. passenger depot at Corbln. They were scription work. That Is tho reason wo division next Sunday for the small sum drinking. Just now wo ntc making gront preparation for our opening, which we expeat no tho best goods 0nly. l'onny s Drug of $2. Tho train loaves tho depot horc which was followed by a response from shortly to announce to you To those who know the exquisite taste of Mrs. Knto Store. M. S. BaUOHMAN and William 2:10 A.M. at Luclen Lewis, fairly captivating tho Dudderar wo have only to say that she hxs full and complete charge in this departFields have bought a corn ehucker and entire audience. Wis have placed all tho accounts of cngino and will shuck for those who PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP, ment. Mrs. Dudderar has been to the city, seen all the lnlest creations from artists, Tho subject: Resolved "That the studied the old firm of Severance & Son with want them. them well nnd has selected her stock from the cream of tho market. Wb Mil. P. E. ICuMl was hero from United States Should Annex Hawaii W. A. Triable. Thoc knowing themhavo already mnde up a nmnber of rich and elegantly trimmed hats that plainly yesterday. Lincoln county will sell J10.00O 5 and the Philippines" was ably discussed show the work of nrt Watch for our opening, we will expect you. selves Indebted will please settle with Mr. Ed Nuvius Is visiting her him. Martha P. Severance, Admx. per cent, bonds at auction tomorrow by Messrs. Swearlngln, Curtis, Gooch parents in Marion county. and tho prospect is that there will bo and Young, the judges deciding In Mjis. William Hamilton Is visiting favor of tho negative. After singing Till: election commissioners met hero much competition. her parents in Lexington. another hymn tho meeting adjourned Tuesday and elected J. P. ItilTo chairA DISPATCH from Lancaster says for dinner. In justice to tho good ladles Dr. N. H. McKlNNHV is up from man and B. W. Glvens secretary. Mr. that Hon. It. II. Toralinson has an- of Wayncsburg und vicinity, I will say Loulsvillo on a visit to frjonds. B. B. King, the other member, tells us nounced his candidacy for attorney IT is now Judgo T. M. White. lie that the board will meet again county general. Besides serving a term in that they had dinner on tho ground Our flrfet importation in Woolen Fabrics sold beyond our greatest expectation. At Corbln. good enough for a king, and to a person first we were inclined has been made police Judge of court day. lo be "doubting Thomas" about the sale of fine dress goods, but tho Legislature and as county attorney, no better versed In culinary affairs than Miss Mamu: Wilson' Carpkntkr now we realize we have but to buy what the people want and all is well. We expect hus entered the Madison Female Instl-tutCold Wavb Coming Mr. John Mr. Toralinson represented this district the writer, there seemed to be no end another lot of Broad Cloths Coverts, Crepons. Silk and Woolen Novelties, I'laid and Bright makes this slgnillcnnt sugges- in tho Chicago convention and has to tho good things in this line. After Striped Silks for Waists, Ac. Don't go elsewhere. Wo will bo able to supply all dinner Prof. C. B. Marcum, of Pulaski, your wants. J Mh. John Si:wi:ll. of Independence, tion: "If any of your people intend go- always been a true democrat. Mary Eliza ing away to remain over Sunday, they gave u very interesting talk on MoM is tho guest of Mis NEWS IN THE VICINAGE, Pence. had better take their overcoats and the subject of Attendance." He is a Hoiibkt Harris nnd family, of wraps with them." John W. Breathitt hns boon appoint- firm believer In every district having a Woodbine, arc guests of Mr. V. S. library of choice books. Bni.GouiiD. Elijah II. Bcazley line ed postmaster at Uopkiiisvllle. Warren. Misses Lula Hicks, Minnie Eubanks John It. Howard has been appointed Miss Mattii: Elicin returned with a gourd, which lays over the Lancaster postmaster at Pass, Bell county. and others gave some very able talks on MIps Mary El kin from Lancaster nnd Is productions. It came from the seed of Wm. Cavanaugh, a Negro, stole 5400 the subject of "Geography, and How one grown in Georgia and is 110 inches her guest. worth of diamonds from Mary Pattie To Teach It." Mil. AND MK3. A. II. SKVBRANCK tall and GiJ Inches in circumference. It at Richmond. Taking it all in, all, It was by far the have moved into theUr. Peyton cottage will hold about 15 gallons. He has Marsh, of Iowa, will succeed best attended association ever held in Prof. another nlmosl as lnrge. on Logan Acnuo. Prof B. S. Hunting, deceased, as prin the county. The people of Wayneslmrg JOS. P. PliYOH, Esq., a Louisville are fully alive to the Interests of public Tiikiib are locust osts on Mr. Sim cipal of Borea College. G. attorney, wns the guest of Col. Toe Harrodsburg Sayings' Special education. They see in the public It. Cook's farm that "have been doing Welch .Vedncsday. hope of ourcountry. The service for over 00 years, and are still Mfxlcuu Veteran Edition is an inter- 'schools lie the MitH. Klka PoutmaN went over to to next association will be held at Kings-vill- e sound und good. They wore put up by esting and instructive contribution Mu Sterling yesterday to stay awhile the 4th Saturday in October. Mr. C. C. Stormos, for years Garrard's tho history of that famous war. with Mrs. U.K., Bright. The Barbourvlilc Pathfinder notifies Resolutions were passed complimentcttlxen, and who when n boy Our first shipment of Xcw Dress Goods is in JOHN M.Cartkr has boon honorably richest of Supt. Garland Single was an export at putting up post and its patrons that it is full up on pump- ing tho work and on display. Come and see our Xew Black discharged from Co. L., 2d Uuglment, kins and can tako no more In exchange ton for tne cause of education; thanking rail fences. on account of disabilities. the Baptist church for the use of its Crepons, Velours, Serges, Henriettas, Poplins, for subscriptions to that paper. for Nbwh eomos from Loulsvillo thnt a JUDiiK BaIIU in naming the bankLlgo Carr was called to his door at building: the people of Wayncsburg Melrose, etc. Xew Covert Mixtures in all the daughter waf born to Mr. nnd Mrs. M. ruptcy district places Lincoln, Rock-cnlland Miss Eva Gooch Corbln by Will Mitchell, who opened their hospitality, 1 Ith; W. Tyreo n few days ngo. In making music new shades at 50c to 90c. Beautiful line of line Jackson nnd Laurel in the tiro on him with a shotgun, ns the re- for her assistance llBV. R. B. MaHONY, wUe and Ml of the occasion. Bell, Harlan, Clnyand Knox, Whitley, sult of an old grudge. Only two of the u feature Suitings in patterns only. "We can please you Marie, nnd Miss Hettlo Wearen went Letcher in tho 1.1th and Mercer, Boylo W. R. SWBARINOIN, Secy. buckshot took effect, one In' the shoulover to Georgetown Wcdnoedny. and Garrard In the 10th. A bankruptcy in price as we have them at 25c to $190. der and ono in the jaw. C. L. Crow has rented the W. W. MltS. M. E. LOUD and little Bot-i-e, rufereo Is to be nnmed for each, which Dick Dunn, colored, formerly of Dan Hays place on the Danville pike and Collarettes opened at 51.75 to Xew of Louisville, came up Wcilnosdny 10 will give the rails another show. vllle, died in Chicago Saturday, He will open n training stable. $30. eec .Mrs. 11010 aauuuerv, uu m ijutiv' was janitor of the Imperial building 111. In Judgo Bailey's court fined A jcry nnd fell through the elevator shaft, MHS. J. H. TURNBR and duughtor, Bunlo Sims W for striking Lucy Burreceiving Injuries which caused hie e, arrlvud yester- ton three limes with a corn knife. The Mamie, of death three days later. day to visit Hew and Mr. W. S. Grin-stea- murdorous blade was wrapped in cloth Cow. with dark facr. Some A JiT-e- v or Aunt Lucy would have been sont to matrFmonial matters. Tinder will recovlvo a suitvwirts on Miss. V. J. DOLLiN and Mis- Win- kingdom como. The cause of tho row able reward by returning or information recovery. .1.0 ELY. A Paris man who slapped his wife loading to her nie Junls, of Bollellowor, III., are on was thnt she raised objection when the Caldwell College. Drnvllle, Ivy. It a visit to bor sister, Mrs. Jas. P.ambo, Sims woman, who lived at her house, got off with a lino of sT.50. William Harris, aged 19, and Miss itt Pleasant Point. tried to icave owing her 75c. Dora Williams, 14, were married at Hon. B. B. IvlNO, who was here of tho Jcllico. SllB Won. John Cogell, Tuosdny, told ui of the arrival of his r at Mr. J. O. Me-- Highland section, sued his wife for the Buford A. Massle and Miss Lnura new possession of n cook move, chest and Heed, of Bohon, Mercer county, were lister's, noar Morelnnd. A agent of O. L. Richards, of Now York, Mil. J. L. Tannbii, of The Cyclone, clock in Squire Singleton's court Tues- married Sunday. will M'll at public auction at Ottenlielm, OCT. 1. 1R(K tho W. F. Hutchison, of Boyle, and Miss mi SATURDAY.Fixtures nt Ottenlielm. Hotel McKinney, was here yosUerdny and loft day, but Hon. Harvey Holm, as her The and on our attorney, bent the old man. Cogell left Lucy Stone were married at James Furniture Is new and la cood condition. the list of prices that appear Furniture 10 a. m Terms Cah. sale botrlns at first page. Old you ever sue everything his wlfo a year or so ago after treating Hutchison's Wednesday. WM. LANDGRAF. her badly and running out of money Mrs. II. W. Estes, of Bcntoc, after J. F. Chandler, Aucr. so low? Krigcr, Ky. Mil. W. G. It ASHY and wlfo were up returned to claim the things mentioned having lived with her husband 41 years, Is now suing him for divorce. from Danville to see Mr. T. D. Ranoy nbove. and family, but hearing of tho lire cut Wants PiiotkctioN. Thos. Bakor, At Curllnvllle. 111.. Mrs. Loretta Co., located Rank A-their visit short. Their home Is only a now confined in jail here for the murder GolTroy married William Cox In less atThe Farmers tho SUitoTrut Kentucky, is of Stanford. In burned stable. short distance from the closing up Its affairs. All creditors of bald White, has written nnoth-e- r than lo after she had been divorced. of Hank therefore are hereby notified to preHon. Lictchku Owslby, county D, Smith, a widower of 5S, and sent their claluisiigalnst said Hank for pay- Out of suits that cost from ?10 to S12. Call at once anil get first choice as these John pitiful ploa to Gov. Bradley for attorney of Garrard, and his equally soldier protection at his trial in the Miss Mary J. Elliott, 40, were married ment. Goods will not last long at the price. J. II. OWSLEY, Cashier. honorable and brain v brother, Mr. Clay circuit com t. He says that ho nt the by Judge Bailey Casey M. Owsley, wore In this city last will surely be mobbed while being taken Wednesday. Tho Lincoln County Nntlonal Hank, of Crab Orchard, Ky. Farmers Kv.. week. They report the health of their back to Clay county If troops are not John Cover, a widower of 05, and Htnuford. Tiust .has succeeded tho Ky , and Co.. of Stanford, Hank brother, the mo?i honorable, William there to protoet him. The governor is Miss Ellen Harris, 25, wero married at has asiiiied all Its liabilities, assets and Goo-as much Improved, and wo are further investigating the necessity of HarrlbVllle, Ind., In the presence of entire buslnes. S. 11. SHANKS, President. all glad to hoar that. Ittchiaond Cli- sending tho soldiers. the groom's seven grown sons, all of J. 11. OWSLEY, Cashier. max. whom are older than their stepmother. Mil. ARTHUR P. BakNKTT arrived Firkat Danville. The tolephone Dr. T.J. Hourigun, of Marlon county, from Wlllott'e Point, N. V., yesterday brought the news Wednesday morning and Miss Minnie Portwood. of Danville, with Private Winfrey M. Burnett, who that Danville was ablaao, but investi- were married Wednesday, nt the resihus been sick In Ihu hospital there gation howel that the Brewer livery dence of Elder J. S. Klndrlck, who ofsince his return from Cuba, where he stable, operated by Churchill Veager ficiated. They will reside at Riley's. ... Wo offer very cheap our stock ofMlllln-er- v, of a small line of Hats, which participated in the battle of Santiago. and W. It. Hlce, wus tho only building Advocate. Ribbons. Velvets niul other Trimmings. He belongs to the engineer battalion Involved.. Tho fire company responded Apply at Tanuur llro's Store forfuitlicr Mrs. Carrie Brown Irwin, of Louisof the regular army. He is nearly slowly, hut finally got down to good ville, wns granted nn absolute divorce Infiiiinatlou TANNER & CAMPHELL. McKinney, Ky. work. Nine horses were imprisoned from Dr. Joseph W. Irwin and awardwrll now. Mil. J. E. Caiison and family and and the walls of the stable had to bo ed $7,500 alimony. She was given tho D. D. Miss Salllo Green, of Crab Orchard, knocked in before they could be gotten custody of their daughter and tho docpassed through Tuesday on thoir way out. bight wero saved anil one so badly tor gets the son. tho' Will bo at to Wabush, Ind., where they will re- burned he had to be killed. Tho firm Herbert Klein, 2:i, and Miss Lottlo WEATHERFORD HOUSE, side. Lincoln county people in general, lost Its wagonette, omnibus, a couple of Green, 17, were found In a room at lll'STONVILLK, KY., and East Enders In particular, regret glass fronts and a doxon or more bug- Versailles dying of poison, but the tho loss of so good a family, but if good gies. A number of private vehicles doctors pumped them out. They loved Ono week beginning Monday, Sept. 20, lslis, wishes amount to nnythiug they will bo were also burned. Tho building wns each other but were too poor to marry for tho purpose of practicing dentistry. happy and prosperous in their new not greatly damaged and It is fully cov- and decided to die. home. Wo heurttly commend them to ered by Insurance. Veager & Hlcehavo tho good people of Wabash and vicin- $1,000 Insurance. The tiro caught in R. D. Ilunter had a number of high ewes, a mixture of Southdown hay loft, but what set it is unthe ity. known. and Cotswold, which last year wero , LOCAL HAPPENIN6S, d, will of A. C. bred to tho best Cotswold bucks. Ho of Mexican Veterans. There were sheared this spring $l.-J- worth of wool As Executor I tho last deceased, will on Machine oil, all prices, at Craig & 58 veterans and 18 widows of veterans from each ewe. The lambs caino durSopt. 29, 1898, Hookers'. at tho annual reunion of Mexican Vet ing February and tho first of March. erans at Harrodsburg Tuesday. The They wero sold at 5c nnd when deliver At lit late residence, three mllct from Crab FltESHlotof cakes just received at welcome address was delivered by Col. Orchard and seven from Stanford, near tho at ed June 24th, weighed 100 pounds; as Crab Orchard and Stauford L.turnpike, R., Warren & Shanks'. .V N. R. Ben Leo Hardin. Gen. E. H. Hobson Creek Station, on tho tho lambs numbored a few nioro than Cedar tho highest bidder tho following propAt Ten Per Cent. Lower Than Anybody. See Us Before You Buy. W. V. Withers Is closing out his delivered the response. At 12 o'clock one to tho ewe, tho surplus brought soil to erty, tho veterans were Invited to partake nf tho Income, in wool and lambs, up to store at Hustonvlllc. Old a sumptuous dinner of alt the delicacies $0.50 for each ewe. Winchester Demo 6 Milk Cows, I T. C. Ball I putting up a Heifer, I Family Horse. of tho season prepared under the supercrat. dwelling near tho depot. vision of Mrs. J. Creth Robinson, wlfo steer, 1 young bull, 4 steers Ono horse, The report to tho Sovereign lodge und 2 heifer calves, 1 rJ11of ono of the Mexican veterans. Wine, Mediterranean seed wheat forsalo old Bourbon, champagne and every- of I. O. O. P. In session at Boston, brood mare, 2 mulo colts, I aged work mulo. mule, 16 shoots, 1 wnent firm, l 1 old 3 lodges number at Carter & Straub's mill. cultivator, I thing necessary to make them feel at shows that the grand 11,229; Robekah spring tooth seedor. I 5vV, subordinate lodges, corn planter, 1 combined reaper nnd rLiailTNlNC- killed homo were sorved. They then marched wagon, plows encampments, 51; mower. 2 buggies. 1 old lack for Col. W. Huff Dudderar to. cemetery and decorated tho graves lodges 4,970; grand and all other farming Implements used on a p subencampments, 2,M:i; farm. Set blacksmith and cara Wednesday night. of their comrades. Tho next reunion subordinate a 59,530; sub penter's tools, 10 stacks of hay. CO bushel Initiations, of Kentucky Mexican Veterans will bo ordinate lodges' members, SH.MO; en- of wheat, 40 shocks of corn and fodder. I B p The city council gave Jack Boazley held nt Somerset. E. II. Hobsou was ordinate lodge a will also at samo tlmo anil place r? Rebok. thn Inhof assessing tho town and ho n president for tho seventh campments' members, 127,091;roveuue, Total 30 will begin next week. 150 3 time; T. II. Phelps was olocted 1st vice nh members, 297,001. Invested funds, Laud, 23 acres of this Xo. 4 C3 O carpets, rugs, por- - president; Robert W. Butler, 2d: Col-J- , 85,0111,250; total Nt:V furniture, land Is to cultivate, 3 acres in meadow and relief paid, &l,304,020. G. Craddock, secretary, and John Tenant house tlores, lace curtains, oil cloth and tho ualanco In CT Tho local post of tho Grand Army of of two rooms 011 tho farm. and under, cash In W. Phelps, assistant secretary. mattings at W. W. Withers'. Teiims: All sums of Republic ut NarrugnnsettPlei- ten- hand; over $10 three $10 ' Of tho six or seven of tho old fellows tho months tlmo without . JelTcrson Davis an escort Interest, with good security. o OUR cost sale continues and goods left in this county, only J. L. Boslcy dered to s from Salo will begin at DiaO.fcyrp. now If you want and J. T. Harris and thoir wives for tho remains of her daughter are going fast. Como II. F. NEVLAND. Executor. railway station, and bargains. Everything at cost for cash. attended this reunion. Some of tho the hotel to tho J.'P. CUANDLEll, AuCtfOjMr' ' (others are getting too old to travel. the oiler was accepted. Mark Hardin. E. C. Walton, IIusixiss Maxa(ii:r. 1 TheL.v s TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. The teachers of tho Wayncsburg magisterial district held their first association m the Baptist church at that place Saturday, Sept. 17. Promptly at 10:30 o'clock the meeting was called to order bySupt. Singleton. After singing the devotional exercises were conducted by Rev. Singleton. M. E. Whecldon In hlsusual pleasing manner maue the welcome auurcss. 3 illinery Opening Mid-dletbo- ro Dress Goods. e. JOHN P. JONES. m i i m NEWDRESSGOODS c, Fur just Jue-amln- LOST d. SEVERANCE & SONS. - Hotel Furniture And grand-daughte- A Fixtures. mM 1 BIG DRIVE IN ODD PANTS ! Black, Clay, Worsted, NOTICE. iff AT ONLY W. $250. rl court-hous- e E. PERKINS, e, I m mt mi For GASH Only ek ;::::; coii-U- ts J . R. H.JONES, S. Beginning Sep. 1, 1 will sell only for Cash or Produce. Get my Prices before buying. MARK HARDIN, STANFORD. Executor's Sale Renting. and New-lan- LOOK HERE I Wheat Drills, in-ad- o Corn Harvesters, Thursday, m Disc Harrows, to-w- it: 3-Ye- ar two-sto- ry B. K. WEAREN A SON. m 1 ' - - o four-yea- llrst-ela- ss 0 T Rent Acres Of Land, $20,-aSS,09- 5; Ulue-Ora- ss Illue-Oras- s. 5 -- 1. - . Mt-3- -- 1 j , - '01 tvi- jiwiSTTV AW u RS J Now tnlnk, dear reader, what will happen If you disappoint God's wish THE INTERIORJOURNAL Written by Rev. Geo. O. JBarnes for you. You grieve vour Father's heart. You compel the loving Savior When Death Seemed Near. to caro for.your Scattered Spirit, Soul, (CONCLUDED KHOM LAST ISSUE.) AT Matt. xv:10-2- 0 lets 119 into this raj's-ter- y and Body; as If He had not had trouble of life and death, If we will but enough, caring for them whiio united, 2 PJflRYKAlt IN" ADV,V'CE Utiy your Winter's Supply of Con! ponder its unsavory teaching, however on earth. You drag the Holy Ghost, charged, will T When not sopaldaJC.CO humiliating to our pride: and not close who has made your body Ills "temple,' our eyes to patent facts. But the truth down to the dark and nolsomo grave, to is, we are all persistently shutting our keep watch and ward over you, till "the eyes. We array our poor bodies in resurrection of tho last day." Never garments, spotless from the laundry, fear that Ho will fall. Ho abides In aud conveniently forget the sad lesson that body of yours, not us u transient Remember we take All Kinds of Products in Exchange for Coal. of the wash-tub- , and its covered up guest, but "forever." Never fear that DIVISION. KENTUCKY CENTRAL secrets. We masquerade beforo high Jesus will "letivo or forsake" you. But at 1:03 a. t. heaven, and pretend to know nothing the question i: "How can you do this No. 5 Arrrlvc at Stanford '2.10 A. M. No. I Leave Stanford at of these pitiful facts of every day life, mighty wrong to the Blessed GodNo. 21 Arrives at Ilowland at 1200 in v. . . V. and that all the resources of science head?" No. 2! Leaves Stanford at Captured Sweetness. I do not, for a moment, suppose that are exhausted to keep us from perishing Nature has been drawn on with u6 e in our own filth; and affect ignoranccof tho mere technical belief in the KNOXVILLE DIVISION. epitring hand ami the assortment of or of an cseapo from death, will se the origin of "sewer gas;" and seem to ,.12 37 p m know nothing of whence come the seed cure exemption from that dread close going North Mo. 34 Train dcrs In our Perfumery department em. .. 2 U a ui " " Ho. 26 " of earthly existence. And I do rejoice ..12 4.1 a m beds of the horrible microbes that in .. .. outh " No. 25 " braces tho scents of the woods, the field m fest our filthy earth, and frighten us, in to believe that many 2 .. ' .vho were not No. 23 We keep "the bet" lino of For allirolnts. the unprotiouncable terms with which aware, through falso teaching, of the nnd the garden. They are nil triple exEO'IUII TICKETS SOLD. blessed privilege belonging to them, science describes them. tracts and very lasting. Our line of Tol HAGOAOE CHECKED THKOUGIl. All this is loathsomo and disgusting, secured It by a "walk with God." But For any Information enquire of 'et Soups is of excellent ipin'ily. but truth ought to be known and told, that docs not militate against the im JOE S. KICE, Agent, if not at all times, surely, sometimes. portance of an intelligent and definite Stanford, Ky. A1m "the best" Paints. Olio, VarnMies, Lead. Colors unil ?tuln. ntHSOKU'l'lONS y I am attempting to account for this 150 belief In our Savior's word: "Ho that compounded from "the bot" drug obtnlnuule. Your patron nze ulwuy appro- pounds of waste matter that comes and liveth and bollevcth on me shall never FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. elated and It will be our constant aim to ell "tno bt".t' podt at rt'tttouable price. goes. Of courso it is, originally, from die." There will be an immense difS p. m., Trains leave Frankfort nt 6:30 a. it. and its "Father, the Devil." lie is the pro ference, when we meet Him, between onnectln at (Jcorgctown with Q. A C. and reach- & 8:40 a. m. and 3.10 r. M. Iave Iarls prietor or all tne mm tnat lias come the surprise of rapture, showing that Ins Paris at (.eorKj- Unclortalcor, at3:20 a. m. and :30 p. v.. connecting at at 11. W Into this world of God. His title of wo were not expectlug It; and the joyKranklort town with Q. A C. and reaching Hustonvillo, Kentucky "Beelze-bub- " means "god of dirt" or ous expectancy of It showing that we ' ",J Cynthlanals to lmvo a free street p D jyj TQD gATP at unci: on n. sewtos. a. o. p. a. "lllth-god;" and he is the "Author and believed the dear Lord's word, and fair on September :29th and 30ib, on ()(!rr hliKrrrlcn Ji.wach-.- . wrii w..rr.-,- i iin mio!te Vcum'JV nd Ciutyrouutlr. to tbttuck of ufWrtt l.lnrolo Full oduiiml Cik Finisher" of all pollution. And ho it is wcro looking for Its fulfillment. The which occasion the city will bo QUEEN & CRESCENT. htud who has fastened upon the perfect body, former condition will have, at least, a liantly Illuminated 95 U. B. Crjt'iitr. MumciT. Rlwt lo milt jnirr' hikr Call on or aiUro, .1. c. with electric McCKAKYtMantonl, Ky and perfect soul, with which God orig- tinge of "Ashamed beforo Him at His 42.1m Trains pass Junction City as follows: arches. The attractions for the fair 4 11pm 12 02 p in No. 2 North No. 1 South coming;" while the lattor will refresh will include balloon ascensions, tight aoo-Acr- c 841am inally endowed us, the fungus growth, ' No. 8 "4 U4am " 6 "' bale, where the seeds of death run riot in His heart of love, as faith ever does. rope walking and a trapeze net by All In 1118am No.5 " n iurt of tlif Old Owntrrv " 11 " 600am rapid propagation. 8 05pm No. 9 " For "without faith It Is Impossible "to "The law of the llrUht Urm land wHl' wntrrM. Tii s Louisville. Ky., Editor Allen. No. 1 docs not stop. No. 2 stops only for pien-ger- tiood .took arn under roiiitruo from South of Somerset. 9 and 10 run no fun- Spirit of Life," within me, wages please God." It honors Him more, oven, linn, wily ifrm. itiwiiifrr litlght, Mjnfo.il. tner tutu junction miy aim o aim u uuiy io cjuiu ceaseless warfare with this "law of the than love; though in tho catalogue of K'. ij.im AMERICANS EUROPEAN erset- Spirit of death;" and that explains the graces that bo esteemed the "great- Election On Bond uhenorccna of facts that all are ac- est." Think well, dear reader, whether . RTI akes the food pare, The Ladies Itostacrnnt is the flncil in quainted with. We cover up this strug you will choose to say, when you meet To Bo Held Nov. 8, 1898. wholesome sad dslldoa. the city. Hvcry convenience for ladlr.n I have bought n new lllnKell Clover Hul-lgle for life in every way possible. We the Lord: "Dear Master, I was not spending the day in the city. nnd will mnku It to your Interval to mGcntlcm-n'- t spread costly viands on exquisite tables expecting this: though now that you Cafe on olllce floor. me beforo you eniraire n httller Special Term Lincoln county GKKF.NIIKItKY PHIOIIT. fiscal court held Tuesday. Aug. and make our gathering there a festiv are here, I am glad to see you;" or; 3'-- t THOMAS A. MULLICAN, Stanford, Ky. 10th, 1S9S, Hon. .las P. Bailey, ity. Stripped and bare. It is the old "Lord I looked for you; I knew you judpe, present, with the following Manager. fight for life, ns coarse and common as would come for me; and I am so happy Justices of tho Pence, present, DR. R. Music Tuesd.iv, Thursday and Sunday the gnawing of a crust, to keep pover- to seo you, and be with you." W. A CohVy, V. D. Wnllin, J. Kveniii". ty's soul and body together. Wo must I had a dear friend and brother, who II. Haines nml.l. A. Singleton. A motion wa made, seconded and car-- 1 HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & eat or die that Is the plain English of lately "departed to be with Christ." having besore he breated his last, he call rictl, all of the Justices and thevoted yen, Just it. SURGEON, rame U that nn election be And so we go on. Even as "gay ap- ed his wife to his bcdsldo and said: hereby called to bo held at the next reguparel" is made tho occasion of pride "Wife ! don't think my mind is wan lar election in Lincoln county, which does Stanford, - - Kentucky. Onico over Hlg;;ln il. O. O. F.) McKlune , Stvrv. and ostentation; not remembering that dering. It never was clearer than at not occur in 00 days from this date, to wit: On the Sth day of November. when the fact comes to light, this moment; I saw tho Lord Jesus, to ascertain whether or not the legalISO,s Sovereign Grand Lodge. ! clothing is a badge of our original sin Himself, standing in that doorway a of Lincoln county are In fnvor of POWDER and disgrace, whether a fig leaf or a moment ago." And then he passed empowering and authorizing tho KtVcnl Absolutely Pure product of some costly loom. We make "within the vail." His wlfe- -a .jodly, couit of enid county to issue am! fell not at If not Mild prlvntelv before. w 1, nil) M'1 auction on SATUlDAY, OCT nt five, 19 24, our shame our glory. "Pity 'tis too truthful woman told me this. Do 1 exceeding fifty bonds S.Vi.OOO. thousnnd 11 A. M. on the prx'tnlvM time to time of from dollars worth believe he saw his Savior? Certainly, within tho constitutional limitation, far true." Farm of 87 Acres, Round POrtH CO., Nt YORK. But this ISO pounds that constitute I do. Do I believe that Savior's word" the purpose of purchning and mnlntnin On Untieing Pork one mtlo from lltMun-vlll- e One ing the turnpike rondo of Lincoln county on the Stanford plUt'. It It well Imthe "earthly house of our tabernacle;" "I will come again and receive you to the traveling public, free of vlcht rooms, nil that must be "put oil";" that fills a cof- myself, that where I am ye may be bonds totoll lu interest not exceedingsaid proved, with hotido ,ofwell watered with litthe six neceary outhouse-,benr v. I do. He will not per cent per annum, payable fin; that makes a burial; that Is eaten also?" Assuredly, er falling prlng. Turin In IiIrIi Mule of under good fence. Sale I, MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror . of worms: that must be "burled out of dispatch an angelic cohort to convoy us with coupons attached, to be in de- cultivation. All of Tickets will he on tle Fetd. 10, 17 and for the pur04 it .alUfaftorv division our signi so loatnsome is the specta- to His presence. He will come, Him- nominations of not less than one hun- Wrlto to any of the umlcr-leiiifor further IS, returning good leaving lloston not la: Kentucky. dred, $100, dollars, nor more thnn one particular- or cull on or Hilling J. W. I)ro ter than Sept 30, 1SU3 For tickets nnd . cle of its corruptibility- - is that all of self, for us. i.ni. thousand. 1,000, dollars, to run not more furnished; clean beds; splcndsd our bodies? Xo: thank God; there re Newly You have, perhaps, often heard of than 30 years, and to be redeemed within ntJ.IhMonvllle. Ky.linker Tttihune und Mnt. full Information cull on Ticket Aenl V. Prvfl, Mr. "III,' Four Hiute," or address Porters mains His body, perfectly distinct table. Everything from "happy death beds." It Is a misnomer, that time, at the pleasure of the court, J. P. Tiddler. llriidfordvllle. Mri. It C SO meet all trains. 40 VUMIKNJ. I.Y.NUI, l;01' MrtnKMKK "this vile body:" and "dissolution" but the experience is a genuine one, in and to he sold at not k--s thnn pnr value. Hrndley, Mimodtburg. m t.n Tia. Mr INN VT1 Hlit. A TkU At The Sheriff: of Lincoln county Is directUN' one described only sets us free from that in us, and on full accord with the A. S. PRICE, election and Lincoln County National Sank, us, that Satan has fastened upon what above. Time and again It has been ed to advertise said loast JU) days the obbeforeject thereof, for at God made perfect. The Devil's portion testified that the departing Saint seem- hand in the Interior Jocrsal, a news.Burgeon goes to him. God's portion goes to ed to see something or some one: and paper published in Stanford, Kv , and TltKASTItY DKPAKTMTNT urriri: Dentist, ir tiii: crmir.MV, posted up at Him. The separation is final and com- tho "fashion of the countenance" would also by printed, hnnd-blil- s Washington. I). U Auput Hill. !"- -. Stanford, Ky, not less than four public placrs iu each plete. We "put on" a glorified bod- y- be changed instautcr, and irradicated Whereas, by evidence prevoting precinct of Lincoln county, nnil nt 'Ofioeover McKoberts' Pru? Store In thcltOwsler are "clothed upon," by Jeans' own with joy unutterable. Tho eye saw, the court houe door Iu Stnnford, Ky. sented to the uiidirlpi'd) It hu be n nmde tottpnenr Hint The Lincoln C'oiintv NaUuildlug. hand. We "put off" Satan's hideous plainly, what the lips had no power to 4WI IflMI VOiei! Ul I.IIILUIU VUlllllV Bllllll tional Hank of Stiiford." In tln c'ttv of excrescence, no more to know it; or bo speak; and gazing thus, in urapt ecsta-e- be priviledged to vote nt said election. Stanford, In tho couutv of Uncolii'mid disfigured; or tormented: or disgusted; tho "happy spirit took It tllghtfrom The catne ollicers thnt hold the regular State of Kontuck, hai eomidlwl with nil election Minll hold tin election, which the provMorit of the btMtitei of the or Ulsgraeed by it. forever, now Its clay tenement" to "fairer worlds on (hall in all respects he held in accordance ' i'tatei, required to bo comp'led with United lnfore OP BROOKLYN. strange, that any should not choose this high." I do not doubt these exhibitions with the KOiieral election laws of this un oclntlon idiull bo authorized to com- ... n i. or i"wiuiiif. .x.... . i i ihciicu uiu wimiiov & "bettor portion." Still the wailing of ecstatic visions, for a moment. They o. tUeru.ro. 0,rKM. Ooflln. Dopnty JNor. I, - V,t... y question comes from tho grieved heart agree with Scripture and are in har- ... .. uimi .MiiiiK inc i urroncv, (to : The question "aro you in favor of issti-- , hereby certify Unit -- The Lincoln iViuntv mony with the blissful facts that ac- inc; IioihU for tho purchase and uiaintc- -' National IliuiU of Stanford" In of our Savior-Go"why will ye die?" the Cltv o'f company "dissolution." But h am a nance and still the loving roadf of this conn Stanford, In tho County of Lincoln "mid Co.ftoi Kcotlaitcl. autliortiKl tnll tn tho Dentist, Stanford, Ky. echoed with unweariedexhortation is confirmed sceptic as to "happy death tv frn ofnfthe turnpike travi'lliiL' nnlillo" Stuto of","Kuuluckv. N iwiMiig to chiiii- persistence; i,"'"w proviotKi Office over Illgtrlus & MelCInney's Store. on the ballot ns KOUNDUD 1HOC. bads:" while I am a firm believer In I hall he printed of the Kentucky providud """," ctlon flftv out! liuiKlrud uhiI kIyIv mIm.. Solicits a share of the patronage of the ccm- - "choose life that ye may live." y section 1450 titatuto. 0 he KetlMid Statutes of the United Staiiw. With the above facts before us, it happy "dissolutions." 50 oiPfllty. The officers of the election nre directed to In testimony without wlti.w mv hand need not stumble any, that Saint and In conclusion let me give u practical certify the result thercuf ns required by and simiI of ollleo tills ninth day of Auru-- t, 1M5. si iner seem to die alike and be buried direction as to the attainment of this law. UKO. M. COIM'IN. 6 hTANnmil, KV A copy attest. alike. "Wo walk by faith and not by great blessing. It Is a vague exhortaDoputy and Acting Comptroller of the Clerk Gko Ii Tooi-eh- , slzht,"and if wo can believe in the tion to say "only believe." In our Lincoln County Court. Uurrenov No. 3i:r.'. t. wiJely sundered destinies of the Souls weakness, perh'aps, we ask for sometSa foregoing order of the C. Pursuant to the of unbelievers and believers so alike thing more definite and tangible. I Lincoln county Fluent court, which N $10,009 Sale of Lincoln County Rsfun. in death why do wo deny the same will give It, from Scripture. Notice, made part of this notice, nn election will y 1 j, difference of destinies between bodies? that Jesus in John XI, asks of Martha, beheld and pol s opened at all the lobuThe Let us never forget that there is enough touching this very point: "Beliovest lar voting places in Lincoln rountv at ding Bonds. of tho Devil, In and on any of Us, to fill thou this?" He will ask it of you, every the next regular election, which 'will be We the undersigned Committee uptHilnted a coffin, and furnish a "funeral." The time you think of the subject. See that held Xovomur 8, lS'Jb, which election, in Stanford, Ky., he held in accordance 'al of of great question Is: "What saith the you answer "Yes." vAt first, it may be all respects will election laws of Ken- at n Special Termheld tho 10. CourtKin, with the general Lincoln County, Aug 19, Scripture?" not what our senses take u hesitant nnd feeble response. Hut tucky. pursuant to nil order of said court, on Is Ucceivln his And cognizance of. We are to believe what this "mustard peed"- - of faith, onee Samcel M. Owen. Sheriff, "lntcr Goods. Lincoln County Saturday, Sept. 24, 189S, God says not what our eyes tell us. jdanted, will grow. If Ho nsks you a At 'J p. ., oifor for t,alo publicly In front of There is a still more serious aspect thousand times this question, then, a the Court-llodoor In Stanford, Ky., 40 Goods Warranted. of this subject than the personal loss thousand times make answer ''Yes Lincoln C'oiintv HomNof the denomination Fit Guaranteed. .1. l ja each oiio sustains who succumbs to the Lord 1" And you will find that the faith' u sion uuvii. riiiu iwiiin ... run .. atiip io i' . And Dealer in with tho prlylletfoof ledeutiilug hiinio "after !.. a course, we that seemed at first "the smallest'' of ii Give Him a Call. iusi enumy ueain. ui five year,, bonrln llv jmr cent. Interest HARNESS, SADDLERY, &C. more readily dwell upon what affects all your virtues will grow apace, till it per annum, payable annually. iiomw to ooar miorQxi rrom criii. -- t), iv us. But what of tho deep dishonor wo overshadows all else In the garden of STANFORD, KY. JAS. P. HAII.nV. j) put upon our God, by consenting to die? your heart; and others, who were once (5EO. II. COOI'KU, VCom'teo FIRST NATIONAL BANK II. IIIXM, Think of the costly provision He has unbelievers; like "the birds of the air OI faTAMOHI), KY. made for the complete deliverance of that sought lodgment In tho branches" LEXINGTON. "Spirit, Soul," and Body" from their of the great mustard tree, will come to Capital SUck 3100,000. Surplus, $15,750 present thraldom. Christ the Lord ycAi for guidance and help In also gainTEN DAYS, Alttntlonnf tho public Ii called to the fact that went "in Spirit" to the place of lost ing what you have; and, perhaps, In Tiin IhUUlheonlr Jatiotinl Hank Iu tatauford. Un. Spirits, for us that our Spirits might time, you will even say, with holy Paul, lcr the iruvuiiiif ol the Xatlmwl Hank Act Ill nui'c 8EJTE! dr09ltoia are accural not only br the rniilt.il atock never go there. His soul "descended In 2 Cor. v:i, "We know, that when u butlij-tliatocklioldera' Ilalill'lty lor un auioiiDt into hell" that our souls might never tho earthly house of this tabernacle is mualtn theatoclc io that dtioiltora of this luitltu. tlon am arcurtit by a fund ul J.to.oOO Klve aworn sink into its awful depths. His Body dissolved, we have a building of God," PENEl'IlATES alateniontaol tho condition ot the llank nreuiade each year to tho L'nltcd Statoa tioverumcntaiid ita lay in the grave that our bodies might which, unlike this transitory wayside nsela ar examined at atated tlmca by Stakes, not He there. Surely, the analogy of Inn, Is "eternal in tho heavens." thin avcurlnu Purses EIGHT GREAT STATES uttnta, Institution additional and iwtvct tatet to depoaltor. Geo. O. Bahnks. tor us" teacnes us Thli mini, mm Kontuckv, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia originally eatatillalicd m the Pe. malt Iliuk of Stanford Iu l&M, then noivatilzed at this North and South Carolina, C. of Route to ity. as the A. B.answer true Christian A Piuzk Essay. The best account 10,000 Futurity, Oct 4. the .National Hank ofblanloul In Ibiii andanaln Alabama, JllsiUslppl. rtonrjnUx aa the Klrat Xntlnn.il it.,,L- ..i u,...r. , No better can bo given to Gieat 2:05 Trot, Oct. 5, lsi2, ha had practically an uninterrupted wo have read of the G. A. H. meetlug the question: "Why are we not M yoara. It la better auppllnl now jo.OOO Transylvania. Oct 0, lacllitlt'a for trauaavilotf biuineas prouiiuly and wi at Cincinnati was written by Editor damned?" than this; "Christ was lib Great 2:01 Face, Oct. 0, erally than .ver before In Its loug aud LonorabU ja.000 L'up Stake, Oct. 11, damned for us." Aud His damnation Walton. IIo was there, as ho says "tho carftr'nc.c0l!n,,,)'. I'llYlduala, flduclariia.tiruil Between I.ouUvlllo uik1 the South, aLdludlrldualaaollclletl, i'4,000 Ashland Stake, Oct. 12 covered "Spirit, Soul, and Body" that G. A. R. and I, met again," etc., and DIHKCTORS. Other Famous Stakes Dailr. goes without saying" his acmy Spirit, Soul, and Body" might not hence It F. IltlJ, Lincoln J. V. Hayden. Is a prize essay. Richmond CliTHREE DAILY TRAINS J. S. Kocker, Co.; h. II. Ilaughuiau,Stanfcr.1 perish, but have everlasting life." The count " Greatest Racing. Each way between Louisville aad Lexington S. T. Harrli. . logic of faith Is Inexorablo; "that we max. W.I'. Walton i W. A. Tr bble. g J.HColIler,CraiOrchM M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. J limit!. might have strong consolation, who There aro'ajrer 1,100 refugees in Famous M , D.LIuiore, btanlord. P. A.. TUniC, O. Half Fare on Railroads. W. A. Washington. I). O. ... .. 7JV. ffraalc J. Heed, G. P. A., Chicago. have fled for refuge to the hope set Chicago frouj tiw vcnun tuvur uisiriub ,ll,.t. orricias, V. II. TAVLOE, A. O. P. A. II, Bacon, D. P. A., LouUvtlle. Ky befo-- e us iu the gospel. E. J ;S. Uockcr, Preildcnt; J. J. Mdtoberta; Caihlt P. P. Johnston, Pre. II. W. Wiuux.Scc. of the South? Louisville, ICy A. i ..McKloney,AiItautCahIer. 2 r IMMORTALITY. 1 SWM BEFORE PRICES ADVANCE. i fun mi 3.-4- J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. , doe-trin- Our Motto: The Best." enre-full- 1 1 1 Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, ! CRAiC I HOOKER. Penny's Drug Store. J. T. SUTTOWT, 1 brlJ?;ffl.Mln Illiie-dra. til-;Tio- 'P'" Farm For LOUISVILLE HOTEL .!-tul- Ulrdvi-lllnir- Issue. Attention, Farmers. r - er Pff mtf BAX1SC M. PHGLPS, m Odd Fellows, .V: bed-roc- k vo-ter- FARM FOR SALE 1, Boston, Mass., Sept. 1898. to Fare for Trip i J- -2 ROYAL Mason Hotel first-clas- renn-nnnu-al- ly 4lBig Four Route' Iancaster, - s. m Si a FIRE INSURANCE y, DR, P. W. CARTER, Insurance Company Insurance -- I.ll ' d; Caledonian I ' ; ' JG;jrtcGkAY VL R.B.MAHONY.Agt., H. RUPLEY, Merchant Tailor, Fall i I'l-- , TOD22RTAKEK,! KENTUCKY'S ue ..i, 1 GREAT TROTS td TAKE THE Soutfiern Railway OCT. 4 TO IS. $7500 The Popular - 111 Through Sleeping Cars cxlat-enc-f- CHICAGO. World's T.l-.HIl- l, Bellcstedt-Ballcnbur- w w rf- iit.1 wiUw v ' WIWM v...., -- jim r.,. tfi wi, hwhYiVhi t s. '.!. A, J, ii 'nufi mm In .. ... n - ' m4. MM rniiitiiiioiii H' 'i'Wii4jihki ' t' -- . . Ai Zm. - -- . WV