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NO. 54 HUSTONVILLG. . y' Dr. Barker says James Devers Is The BaptNt association will begin Gilbert Turner Is preparing to start slowly getting better. a distillery on his farm near no.st Tuesday. Too dry to plow. Stock water getting wrlU'H that ho Mt. Hebron, this county. Pine Hill is increasing In population. Uov. J.T. Shnrrai-Mrs. Robert L. Grlnnan, of Cythi- - Col. ugust has remodeled and refitted ting very Corn crops being InIn tho wtj of MALE ATTIRE will bring vou bo back In llmo to till his appoint-,..n- i will to our More, for our Prices are Right. .Mjured by the drouth. t tlm Christian church Sunday. aua, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. N. one of the cottages for his home. aterial tho best. Our Quite a lot of stock In this locality Is The college will open next Monday, Rev. U. Catiaillnc, the klnir bee of Rush. Messrs. J. H. West und G. M. the faculty consisting of Prof, and Mrs. being gotten In shape for the Liberty the anetltlcatlonlatfi, U billed for a Patterson aro on the sick list. Mrs. Abram Adams, aged 7, died on L. M. Scroggs and Miss Mary Cox. A fair. Everybody goes from here at Glasgow, performance nearly. Sunday afternoon near this city. Fu- - large attendance is desired, In Men's, Hoy-- ' and Children's enn not ho Oct. equaled In stles and pattern'. I'lno lino One of our good natural bachelors which neral services were conducted at the Mr. George Reynolds, of Brodnead, revival at Vnlloy View, In A of Hioes. nobbiest Huts, most stvlish Neckwear. Newest pattern InSlilrtH.'Munhnttaii Rev. Henry Millor was one of the residence on Monday by Rev. Kuyken- - has hauled several loads of tine water- has fallen into the habit of talking to Shirts, Stetson fiats. preachers, resulted In IH) additions to dull and many relatives and friends fol melons through this place en route to himself of late. If you wunt to know lowed tho remains to Lancaster Cem Livingston, where he disposed of them what ho Is saying just be a little quiet tho Presbyterian church. when near him, and you will be astonH. Crouch's meeting at Hus- etery for interment. She wus u consls. readily. Rev. J. member of the Baptist church und Thedlptheria scare seems to have ished to hear him practicing on these An J. L. I'lttfi I.MAX & CO.. ton vllle continues and ho writes that tent . 3.12 und 2.10 Main St., - - Danville. Ky. atleotod Pittsburg woipo than this words: "Pass the biscuit, Mary, be no preach- well connected. In consequence there will The watermelon feast, which was to place. There they dfsmUsed school please." ing at his church heru Sunday. George L. Carpenter will by special u d for two weeks. Our school Is In Taylor, for eight years have boon given at Mrs. Ilinmu Rev. W. C. IPP request give an Interesting lecture to again. Monday night, has been deferred Frankfort First Baptist pastor of the of the Christian Hereon to Friday night. Bongo's tullyho will will be a contest held at Brod- - tho Sunday-schoThere church, leaves this week for J e 1 hursday evening and one church at this place on Sunday, Sept. Cltv Mo., where he has accepted a run from the Public Square at 10c for head next the round trip, the Lancaster Bund ' here the next evening. Friday, 10th. 12th. The subject will bo based ujwn It has full Courses of Study In all departments. It has trained and experienced teachCftNext week Is the last of the Confer- will furnish music, there will bo an The contest at Pine Hill occurs to- - the grand trip of the Endeavorers "to ers. It has all needful facilities fur tho thorough training of girls In nil grades. It was ence year and Ho v. W. S. Grlnstead abundance to eat and a good time gen- - night. Several expect to attend from tho Pacific Slope. This will be not on- established for tho welfare and convenience of Stanford and Lincoln county. Let all the of dissipating their Influence, people of ... i that nil who would like to see orally, all for l."c. uo uuui ueip .to Mt. Vernon; also a party from Living- ly Instructive and interesting to all, er schools,Stanford and vicinity. Instead give It their united nnd heartyhy patronizing othrallyaround tho College and support. to the spread the Gospel. but will ho of very special Interest to Next Sesslon'opens Sept. 0th. Tor full Information call on Mrs. Sau'llov at tho college or tho church have u good report ston. VM. SHELDON. Piiesident. write for catalogue. body will pay their dues at once. Consul General Lee's Investigation Mr. Green Proctor and son, Dr. every member of that society. "from Ronton states that Misses Bertha and Erma Morse, of A special Into tho circumstances attending tho Emmett Proctor, of Louisville, visited Rev. R. Fay Mills Is about to leave the arrest of the young Cubun girl, Evan- Mr. Llgo Herron this week. Mr. Proc- our city, were called by wire to the fuPresbyterian fold and embrace geline Cosslo Clsneros, have resulted tor roorts a lively Interest In tho pro- neral of a dear relative in Quincy, Ky. He has been called to the In sweeping away a great deal of tho tracted meeting at Providence. Bros. Their stay will be extended for some People's Unitarian church at Boston. romance that attached to hiy case, but Farrer and Owens are conducting the weeks with friends and relatives there. evangelist. Facial elongation la very noticeable Ho N the this should not stop elforts In her be- - hcrvlccs 7.'J to M tho Long Run Hy a vote of half. The oor girl Is threatened with Mr. Hugh Miller has again aeded to upon two of our young gentlemen since Dnptlst A'foclwtlon adopted resolutions 20 years in a dungeon for u crime she his already tine accommodations for their departure and surely one of their censuring President Whltsltt, of the could not have committed. tho traveling public by purchasing the minds Is wandering to some extent, Southern HaptUt Theological SeminaCircuit court is still In session and commodious store room of Mr. Will judging from the following ad. given ry, and asked his removal. Whltoltt's may continue until Saturday, when tho Davis nnd opening It for a sample your coi respondent by one of them, ofTonse was In telling the truth as ho term expires. Tho cases of tho Com- room. There Is no better hotel on viz: Wanted to exchange a line dun- - Tho $15,000 Futurity. Tuesday. October 5th. Tho 35,000 TransUvanla, Thursday, Oct. 7. One or more lllg Stakes Dally. All the crack Horses. Half Fare on all Railroads. colored, short horn piano, perfectly found It. monwealth against George Smith, col- the L. & X. than the Miller House. Llberatl and his Famous Hand. gentle, for an Upright cow, in good had the pleasure of meeting We ored, and .JnsiHjr Noe, charged with On Thursday evening the most Interwho J. T. Shnrrard tho other day, forgery, Leo Humphrey, charged with esting protracted meeting that has tune. house party given by Dr. Carl The Is conducting a meeting at tho Ghent horse stealing, and Thomas Cecil) been held here for years closed with 2.1 Wheeler this week at his father's resi and were much charged with malicfous shooting and H. V. VI LSON, Secretary. Chrl-tla- n church, I'. P. JOHNSTON, President. additions. The sermons preached by dence was an enjoyable afTalr long to Our Ghent corres-Inde- wounding, aro to bo pleased with him. disced of In the Bro. J. M. Boswell, of Lebanon, wore be remembered by the many attend spouks of tho great good ho Is criminal brunch. Judge Saulley und so replete with pathos, beauty and unts. Prominent umonc tho visltoi9 s accomplishing, and It Is said that Commonwealth's Attorney Owsley have earnestness that large audiences came we note was Misses Rose Hudson, of are bright. Carrollton Democrat. worked constantly and discharged their nightly to hear tho word of God Louisville. Alberta Caldwell, of Mays-licTho correH)ondent says there had boon duties faithfully. by this gifted preacher. The Elizabeth Logan, of Shelbyvllle, 27th. four additions to the During the Tennessee Centennial and International Expotltion at NashTho caeo against James Tudor, who last night tho house was crowded be Bessie Worthlngton, of Mayslick, LeGeorgetown Times has a lengthy was jointly Indicted with the Turners Tho ville, Tenn , a low rate special tariff ha been established for the sale of yond lt utmost seating capacity. Tho of Galnsvillc, Tenn., and notice of Rev. George O. Rarncs' meet- for the killing of Sebastian, was culled benefits of such a meeting as this are ila Wheeler, tickets from Cincinnati und other terminal points on the Queen it Crescen Dr. John Robards, of Burgln, J. Price In aping there, which closes thus: Jioute. Monday and a jury was made from the lusting. Hudson, of Louisville, and others. The pealing to tho audience for collection, .10 men summoned from Lincoln counTickets are on sale dally until farther notice to Chattanooga at 4.55 one Miss Bessie McClurc Is rapidly re- week's entertainment consisted In part Mr. Barnes stated that at Paris where ty. Tuesday and half tho day Wed- covering from her serious Illness. Miss way or 14.90 rounti trip from Junction City, the round trip tickets of recitals, select rcudlngs, musicals tm .! mil v held a two weeks' meeting, nesday were consumed In taking testi Llna Kennedy seien days to return; other tickets, with longer return limit, at $7.30 left for Franklin, Tenn., and Monday night a grand musical and his collections amounted to MOO und mony, which was very much similar to last Wednesday to enter school. Miss hop lasting trip. and at 89.95urlie until the early dawn. his expenses to S.V, ho and his daugh- that produced In tho Turner trial. Mary Saunders, of Stanford, has been These rates enable the public to visit Nashville and other Southern points ter who assisted hltn had only 3 Messrs. R. C. Warren and L. L. Walk visiting the Misses Kennedy. Miss at rales never before offered. Vesllbnled trains of the jinest class are at the VICINITY NEWS. apiece left out of the contribution after or soko In behalf of tho defendant und Georgia Creed, of Mlddlesboro, Is the disposal of the passenger, affording a most pleasant trip, and. enabling one paying expenses. At Winchester, sur- Messrs. J. Mort Rothwell und J. S. guest of Mrs. Hugh Miller. Master to visit the very intcreillng scenery and Important Lawrenceburg is to have a new bank, in and rounded by lino farms and fat cattle, Owsley, Jr., for tho Commonwealth, Ed Fish has recovered from a serious with a capital of S25,000, and Prof. J. H. about Chattanooja, fjookout Mountain and Chlckamauga National Milionly 7: at Danville, tho seat of learn- all of whom wore eloquent and argu- attack of diphtheria. Miss May Mil. Lyon as cashier tary Park. Ticktts to Nashville to villi the Centennial can be jnirchased ing, It was much worse. It was not a mentative. Tho case wus finally sub- lor will leave for Cincinnati next week Jumbo Hughes, of Somerset, took at Chattanooga xi ?3.40 round trip. Ask your ticlwt agent for ticket via complaint, but ho thought the laborer mitted to the jury at 0 o'clock Wednes- to enter tho conservatory of music. Aunt Jennie Hughes to tho lunatic the Q. A C. llowte South or write to was worthy of his hire and It was oor day afternoon, but they did not go into Mrs. M. E. Fish and daughter, Miss asylum, who Is said to bo 103 years old. JAMES JiO Y, Agt. Junction City, or fonponsallon for the work. Mrs. Eunice P. Hughes, mother of consultation until Thursday morning. Allie, relumed to Crab Orchard last H'. C. i:r'E ARSON, G. P. A. Cincinnati. Harrods-burg- , Those two cases have taken nine days Monday after a pleasant visit to Mr. Hon. John W. Hughes, of Hubble, died at the homo of her daughof the court, und, the jurors und wit- and Mrs. F. L. Thompson. Misses presented Ben Wlllmot nesses included, has cost at least 000, Mary Saunders, Annie and Susie ter at Nicholas. Dr. Herring The man, Dclahanty, whose body and the had elTects of the killing still Thompson, Llna and Clara Kennedy with a lino girl u few days ago. and Alza Logan Brown visited Miss was found tloatingln Kentucky river, exist. Although tho Turners were Klder George Gocn, of Lancaster, and tho verdict of a jury does Bessie Houk, of Maretsburg, last week. is now thought to have been murdered will preach at tho Christian church T and should settle tho matter, publio Mr. Joel Boreing Is assisting In the after being robbed. 3 o'clock. here Sunday afternoon at Two engines aud a few freight cars Is while Mr. Andrew Baker 's sentiment is very much divided as to ( All those who hoard, young In tho Turner murder their guilt or Innocence. There are visiting tho schools In his capacity of were demolished In a wreck on the seoeh Southern railway at Harrodsburg, but many believe that eao compliment him very much. visit- guilty, whocharged in the they aro all suj)erlntendcnt. both crows escaped Injury by jumping. as Indictment, Is Joseph Cooley, of Louisville. Tho Jcllico coal operators havo fixed J. Walker is while others think that they and Tudor MATRIMONIAL. ing E. T. Minor. Mrs. J. a wage scale at a reduction of three should go free. Tho occurrence In all Nashville Exposition. taking in tho Granville Denny. '22, nnd Miss Eliza- cents a ton for mining and 11 cents a Its hideous details Is yet tho subject of Dr. Klnnalrd was called to see Geo. day for labor and If tho miners do not In every circle of friends. beth Donny, 17, wore married at conversation Woods' child a few days ago, which yesterday. accept it new men will be employed. L.VTKlt. A mes.ago from our has been very ioorly with chills and Mr. and Mr. Amos Bas?ett, of The governor has appointed W. J, says: Tho jury In tho case of fever, but is letter at this writing. are SO and S3 respectively and Gllllspie, of Lowell, and Judge James the Commonwealth against .las. Tudor beTho .1th Monday of of the month H. Tlnsley, of Barbourvllle, members returned a verdict of guilty and llxed have been married 52 years. ing court day at Hubble, a largo crowd Carlton Oaks and Mldd Ida P. Harris, of the Irrigation Congress from tho 8th punishment at confinement in the the was on hand and about $2,000 worth of penitentiary for 21 years. He is tho both of the Ottenhelm section, were and 11th districts, which meets in Linat fair price. block changed hands coln, Nob., Sept. 28th. 11 man who fired one shot, while the oth- married at J. S. Harris' yesterday. Mrs. C. M. Henry, formerly Isabella Mrs. Emma Tudor, of Pincastle, Ind., Gov. Bradley has restored to citizen ', ers, who fired six or eight shots into Wo are prepared to toro ulient at u Ie pi ice than joti can store it jour- Owsley, of Arizona, Is visiting her grow jealous because her husband took ship Sam Smith, of Boyle, who 27 ,IJ elf. Call and ue us and we Bland tho body of Sebastian, In all, were acMrs. Dolph Rice. Mrs. Win. otr his hat to a lady and took enough years ago was sentenced for a felony. IJI .. visit her sis- quitted. This shown how dltlorentiy Paris green to end hoi life. will start In a day or so to He has been a good citizen since his re- 1. men can see a dilllculty. The jury was ters and brother In Kansas. President und Mrs. Mclvlnley at- lease but the next timo ho votes it will in their room about one hour and a Terhuno bought some mule colts In half. tended the marriage at Premont, O., bo 27 years since lie voted before. .! L2 this vicinity at :t" to 47..0. D. N. Ensign Smith, to Miss Pannlo of After paying all expenses, which Till Tor von. l. Prewltt bought a cow und calf of Aaron On our first page appears tho Hayes, daughter of the late President were considerably augmented by the : bought article referred to in our last Issue, Hayes. Ball for W2..10. J.J. Walker fl Inconvenience Incident to the fire, tho some Shorthorn holfors of Underwood and which has been much sought after Miss Julia Perlroth, after four men Woman's Edition netted $175 in cold I. Bros, at :io. Ed Minor bought of Tom by all those interested in tho spirited had killed themselves for love of her, clammy cash, every cent of which goes x: Rankin IS feeding cattle at about lc, controversy between Messrs. Walter-so- u thought it was time she was shullling to tho Improvement of the Pattio A. to bo weighed Oct. I. Eubanks fc Hub. and Walton. Wo commend It toull of this mortal coil herself so she com- Clay Infirmary. Register. bio aro buying hogs to feed at Hie. Dr. us It Is tho most logical und convincing mitted suicide at Budapest. Misses Florence. Minnie and Mary Price, of Pulaski, bought a saddle argument for tho maintenance of demJohn V. Hunt, of New London, Ind., Vanarsdall, all sisters, were examined horse from It. L. Hubble for 100. ocratic fiupremucy Irrespective of gli- and Miss Mary E. Ulckorson, who re- Friday aud Saturday and received high s des which havo rent our party. It also sided near Bardstown, met for the first grade Harrodscertificates. Tho third dog to have a burial place holds a mirror up to Mr. Watterson time Monday and were married. They burg Sayings. Mr. U.S. Young, of Headed by U. S. MOflEL, 1)0. 38,353. in the Lexington cemetery has been that ho may sea himself as others see had commenced correspondence thro' living, HUNDLEY'S Model, this county, has four sons, all of whom Son of Klever's 12,6111, No. 29,T11. tho Rreatett breeding hog Claude, and 11,007. Fine, shadow of Henry No. laid to rest under tho on of tho World". Columbian Champion, CLAUDE, No. him, scars and all. Mr. Walton Is for a matrimonial agency. a re teachers of common schools. toppy young boars ready for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, nnd bred ows Clay's monument. Tho dog belonged democracy, first from principle and not In every respect, with Dr. Win. Turner, a prominent politiTho Laurel Company miners, after it specialty, for Mile, This stock U strictly of tho great daughter-in-lato the expedience. If he differs from some of cian and druggist of Bowling Green, making a settlement in May, aro again pedigrees. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or come and commoner, Mrs. John M. Clay. her declarations ho yet labors within was married to Miss Ida M. Koufro at out for an advance. On Monday the see mv hogs. Jersey Cows Tor sale. Thev aro good ones. Also Mammoth Pekln Duck A few fresh Tho South has paid about $750,000,-00- 0 tho party, and right valiantly is ho Lakeland, Sept. 1, and came to DanA. E. HUNDLEY, ttox 105, Danville, Ky. company notified miners who would not Eggs, SI for 13. tho shape of us u war Indcimilty in lighting her battles. Richmond Cli- ville to visit friends. Dr. Turner Is a work to vacate, and It Is rumored that pension money falnco ISO."!, and before max. natlvo of Garrard and is a friend of W. a number of houses were burned at mm tho lust pensioner dies, If ever he does, B. McKoberts and wife, tho two having Pittsburg, Including one commissary. n WA splder-and-tlThe Watterson-Waltosho will huvo doubled this vast sum. met for the first timo at his house. The fires wore undoubtedly of incenserial continues to occupy tho ediTodd county teachers' Institute Tho diary origin. went out of tho beaten track of resolu- torial pages of the two papers of which BY The Cincinnati Post saya that a wodoes EdiSaturday's Courier Journal tions and resolved that no one should tho gentlemen named are tho distinof the Stanford INTERIOR man giving her maiden name as Martor Walton, uso tobacco or Intoxicating beverages. guished editors, und to attract the atgaret Morris went to Fort Thomas und tention of their readors everywhere-Fo- r Journal, the honor to devote two aud u half of editorial in a reply claimed that about four months ago she Is the way Juko Carpenter tells all tho good they will accomplish, This trans- tho controversy may bo as well turned to Walton's say. All of tho country met and married Newton Wllburn, a In tho Danvlllo Advocate of tho e to him: into bays ut tho moon. Each is llxed editors aro for Walton for anything he private in Company C. (ith Infantry, fer of tho Pcrryvlllo und sutisfuc-tor- y in his way and there is no kind of reawants, from president of tho United believing that he was single and an ofAfter four years' faithful ficer. When she found that ho was a Corblti News. as postmaster, Judge S. U. soning either can bring to bear that States to constable. service private, with a wife and one child, sho VJ Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Ml tho otllco after busi- will havo any olTect on tho opinion of Hart transferred Eft John Hull died at Hyden, recetitly at tainted and did other things that womWednesday evening to his tho other. Glasgow News. Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. such circumstances. Wllen do under ness hours s tho ago of 09, leaving 78 burn, who Is from London, Ky., says ho auccessor, who will hold forth for a and 14 mot tho woman in Louisville recently 142 Square, Stanford, Ky Mrs. John Drew, aged 77, tho famous Room Oppo.Mte Court-Hou- se ftt the present location, then but did not marry her. actress, died at Larchmont. to his grocory. McKlnncy next Tuesday nle;ht. el two-weeks' Rev. W. S. Grlnatead will preach at For Fine Things Fall Line of Suits TZEIE GKELOIBIE, 15-2- 1. Earnest Search No-.- Kautl-iiiuu'- ms-bIo- fl J ol Where to Send My Girl to School Send Her to Stanford College. Unit-artanls- Kentucky's Great Trots October 5th to 16th, 1897. well-know- n Stakes $75,000 Purses. Kl-d- er World's Greatest Meeting QUGGD & nt pros-ject- k, (RG$(GnT. being-goo- m battle-groun- METAL ROOFING. ystm-gK FLOORING, SIDING, Swlne-broad- post-otlic- e, A. C.Sm&, CEILING, I STANFORD, Ky. S7 FINISH. Farm and Yard Fence. corre-8onde- nt Madl-Bonvlll- e, I 5 ii sis-to- r, m WHEAT. --- Will Either Buy or Store to-du- y J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. flion Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cfiinas. llrst-cla- ss te first-clas- w y UDDGRCAKinG col-um- us I J. C. M'CLARY. post-oHle- Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. few-day- grand-childre- n, m rc-mo- vo great-grand-childr- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., - Sept. 3. 1897 W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Ap tale CH; S. J. SHACKELFORD " Circuit Judge, M. C.SAVFLEY. ' Com'tth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. " ytepnventalirr, - V. F. NORTH. -- County Clerk, - GEO. B. COOPER. " Counti Attorney, HARVEY HELM. " Circuit Clerk, J. F. HOLDAM. - SAML. M. OWEXS ' Sherif, ' Jnihr, GEO. H . DEUVKU - C. G. RAKER. " Atvuor, 1V.V. LA IfDG RAF. " Coroner, Supt. School', GARLAND 3IXGLET0X t " County Jmlqe, - JAS. P. BAILEY. " t f V I for use in moving crops. has assigned, with asset? of a Two deputy United States marshals farm. were killed and two others were fatalHon. F. P. Combost, of Casey, sold The Citizens' Union has nominated ly wounded In a fight with moonshin to J. W. Allen 111 plain cat Seth Low for mayor of greater New ers in Pope county, Ark. tle at 3c. York. The cornerstone of the building of 200 good feeding cattle. 000 to 1,100 The Inst dnysof Atigtut are to be memorable for tho Fusion of the three silver parties in natural science at tho State College, Nebraska in tho fight for supreme Lexington was laid Saturday. The ihiuihIh, for sale. G. A. Swluebroad, Hubble. judge is now an assured fact. building will cost $25,000. Squire A. C. Carman bought in the The republican nominee for appelMrs. Floyd Crawford, a young widow late clerk is having a- - hard tlrao get- at Greenville, Tex., shot and killed a upper part of Pulaski a bunch of calves ting his associates to take the stump Negro man who attempted to effect an at $12.50. J. C. Johnson, of Boyle, bought in for him. entrance Into her bedroom. the Milledgcvllle section a lot of hogs in political circles that It is reported jv icrriuc rain iihu wiuu eiumi visitAnd you must remember that every time you buy a summer article it it nt a greatly ' if Mayor Todd is defeated in November ed Indianapolis Wednesday and did at 3 to 3c. price. .Special reduction on I.nhe, lies and ( Inldren'e W M. Matheny sold to W. R. Cook, he will be appointed surveyor of the great damage to houses, besides blockof Garrard, 27 1,200 iound cattle at Ic lort of Louisville. ading the streets with trees. for Sept. 15 delivery. Hon. Harvey Myers is announced as 0 Robertson county has pledged J. M. & II. J. McRoberts received a candidate for Commonwealth's attorand Cynthlana $20,000 to from Benson, III., Wednesday a Duroe Is ney before tho democratic primary in And the last stajq, of that man Black Diamond Railway, all to boar pig that cost them ?U.50 deliver Also Vet, Shirt Waists and Summer Dress Ooods Special reduction in VanScn-dethe Covington district. worse than the first. be raised inside of two weeks. lloy'i mid ed. Tho State democratic committee of once a respected Kentucky editor, Mens' After 10 trials for killing a woman, Bumps won the 2:0t pace at Hartfon1, gave up his birthright for a mess of Pennsylvania, by a vote of 5:1 to 2(5, de- in one of which he was sentenced to Conn., in the fait time of 2:051, lowerpotage in order to become private sec clared vacant the place held by Win. death, Douglas White, has just been ing his own and breaking the track Carlisle. When F. Harrlty on the National democratic acquitted at Montgomery, Ala. retary for into the committee. Carlisle went out, he went Enrico Mathon, a banker and promc-to- r Mot of them go at half price. Hnlhrlggan I'nderwcar. Outing Shirts Ac. Why do newsj)jiKjr writers persist in While the receipts of the Federal broker business at Washington, imagof big schemes in Central America, saying "head of cattle, etc?" It is a ining that what he didn't know about government for August will not reach has been forced to the wall by the definanciering, wasn't worth learning. 620,000,000, the expenditures will bo cline in silver, falling for over $3,000,-00- waste of words, head of. Iwtng entirely sujerlluous. The result Is that in less than five about ?;W,000,000,000 and this too with Tho Huguenot wou tho Sapphire embez- the Dingley bill In full force. months he would be in jail for Mrs. Lillian Guthrie, of Walnut at Sheepshead Hn begun to arrive and we can how yon something new every day. Give us n call. if somebody hadn't gone been chosen Grove. Ga., with her child In her Stakes for zling 815,700, John S. McLaurln has Bay, with San Vanedo second and Cock his bail for 36,000. All of which makes by the democrats of South Carolina arms, was struck by lightning and killus say what we do say, that a shoema- for United States Senator, defeating ed, but the child was not seriously Robin third. Sales of 50 cattle, of SO0 to 1,000 lis. Irby. Evans and ker had better stick to his last. hurt. at 31, 70 steers at 3: 75 hogs at 31c and Mrs. Dexon Harned, of English, Ind., At Lexington In the democratic priA. UIU1ANSKY A CO, Pflornirrorui. Jealousy of his personal pulchri- mary John J. Riley was nominated for fearing that the undertaker and tomb- 20 good horses at $20 to $30 are rojHirt-e- d In the Glasgow Times. T. D. 1UNKV, Manaorh. tude is what Jim Richardson says saus-c- d police judge over R. A. Downing by 1,- - stone dealer would swindle her family, William Arnold refused $1 for his our recent remark that of all the 272 majority and Judge George B. d bought a cotlln and monument herself. wheat crop this week. He has 1,200 Pari, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Ilardstown, Lawienreburg, Tynthlana, VernaiUe, Krai- things said of hira by friend or foe no nence, Georgetown, hlitnuetlitowii, Frankfort, nnd Mauckiwrt, Ind. Lulu Weber, a white girl, aged 1(5, bushels, and says he Is going to hold for city solicitor over William one had ever been reckless enough to Clay Rogers by 20X living at Milldalc, Kenton county, for $1.25. -- Richmond Register. say he is pretty. Lord bless you, child, The movement of grain at Chicago olojKid with Eugene Gillespie, a mulathogs at At the sale of Poland-Chinif we were as ugly as you, wo would, out for the 48 hours ending Monday broke to. There are threats of lynching Gil- Springfield, III., a hog named Klever's of consideration for tho feelings of our the record. Tho receipts were 5.05 lespie, if caught. Model, sold for $5,100. This is tho wife, go and do like Judas Iscarlot. Thomas Leach, a druggist of Horse largest price ever paid for a hog. cars, of which 3,585 cars were of corn. . ! ! You are ugJealous of you Whew Shipments aggregated 2,100,000 bush- Branch, on his way to church, stepped McClure & Napier's green pacer won a composite picture of John els of all kinds of grain. lier than in a rut and fell, sticking his hand in a at Williamsburg Wednesday. He is a Rhea and Theodore Hallam, with little He will of Malls John D. copperhead snake's mouth. Superintendent great horse and those clever Lincoln billy Stephenson blown in between. Wood will resist the action of the e die as the result. county gentlemen will yet, sell him for Ugly ! Why a scare crow in an Appolo The Negro Brodle, who assaulted a department in reducing him In Belvedere beside you. Scat! You the service as contrary to the civil ser- young white girl near Kittrell, N. C, a big money. The entries to stakes and purses for Glasgow Thomas fells. vice law. Ho will ask for an injunc- month ago, and was convicted by a jury, tho great Lexington trots, outnumber of whom The State Inspector, C. W. Lester, tion to restrain the contemplated ac- hanged Henderson were Negroes, was those of any other association In tho Human i'lalds and Stripe, nil the go I've got them. Thev are beauties Look Wednesday. at tion. announces that he will be a candidate world, and tho 10 days of Oct. 5 to 10 Director Preston, of the United promise to be the greatest In trotting at them. Collector Yerkes has appointed J. T. for appellate judge to succeed Judge Lewis, who will voluntarily retire. Combs, colored, of Danville, janitor States mint, estimates that two and a history. Since Gutly, without any legal training and replaced Arch Evans, colored, half millions of irold have come from John Bryan tins received eonsidera' or knowledge of laws was elected to democrat. The otlice has not as yet Alaska, which he expects to swell to ble distinction by laying the foundation the high oillce, most any kind of a re- been transferred to the new govern- $0,000,000 by the close of navigation. for a barn which will be the largest In James Collman, of Hardin county, tho world on his farm near Yellow publican thinks he Is capable of filling ment building, but Collector Yerkes it now. The district went 3,000 for expects an order to make the move at shot and killed a snake eleven feet, Springs, O. It will bo 200 by 70 feet four Inches long. It weighed 5S lbs and 2 McKlnley last year and this has much any moment. stories high. Prof. Fulb, of Vienna, fixes Nov. 13. and had teeth an Inch and a quarter The Harrodsburg Sayings notes that to do with the bee buzzing in Columbus' bonnet. The candidates for the 1S00 for the end of the world. It will long. It was black and green striiied. D. C. Terhune has bought 100 wean The Brooklyn man who dropped a ling mare mules In Mercer and adjoin- !.nu.t mill mist upprived Styles and l)elgm. Every Instrument Ouurmitcvd. AOom- nomination on the democratic side are be a great accommodation to the democracy of the United States to have hot penny down the back of a friend ing counties at $20 to $15. Ho has I'lete Line of Hon. J. C. Beckham, of Shelbyvllle, and Hon. John S. Kelley, of Bards-tow- the time extended a year. They want thought he had lHirpetratod the best bought only a few horse mules, paying to give tho republicans a good licking joke of the season, but a local judge $15 to 318 for them. before the general winding up of overtopped It by fining him $50 for his Oakland Baron, 2:0!1, has been refun. We had hoped to be spared the things. Georgetown Times. instated on payment of a $500 fine, and but alas and alack The Hon. The introduction of tho Lapland rein- the great son of Baron Wilkes will Gov. Hindman and Congressman Joslah Patterson, of Memphis, Is make Wheeler met In joint debate at Ben- deer Into Alaska, for which Congress start In the famous Transylvania stake, ;T"Aimi Surgical Puppllm a Hiioclnlt) Wo guirnntee Price- - ami Quallt-- . provided In 1893, was a good Idea. The oneofhlsll speeches In Kentucky at ton, Tuesday. The Courier-Journto bo trotted during Lexington's big Stanford. He is to be here Oct. 10 says that the Congressman was no herd now numbers about 1,(00 and the meeting of Oct. 5 to 10, & and at Danville theday before. It will match for Its little man Friday, while future increase of this animal In AlasN. W. Rubinger, the rich Connectiremembered that Mr. Patterson got the Dispatch says that Wheeler ate the ka is assured. cut manufacturer, has iKHight MargaA base ball game at Newberne, Ala., turned down by Editor Carmaek for boltocrat up alive. You take your ret, 2:13, from Asa Sphar, Winches- ended In murder. Richard Lee, Jr., Congress last time and that he is now choice without paying your money. tor, and will start her In tho $5,000 prosecuting a claim for the otlice beA dispatch says that when the gold was umpiring when a decision caused Transylvania, to be trotted during tho fore that body for the seat. men tried to run tho Pennsylvania one of the players to knock him down. big Lexington trots, Oct. 5 to HI. democratic State convention it raised a The boy's father took his part and had A dispatch from Chicago says wheat Having considered tliiui'st!on from almost every standpoint, wi havo decided to adopt THE bars are down and most any- row and they were handled rather his skull crushed with a bat. has declined in prominence and tho body can get a pension now, who has roughly by Mrs. J. A. Browning, of Louisville, volumo of business in corn in the great body of the conthe pits secthe gall to claim It. An assistant vention, which threw them out bodily, en route homo from Pctoskey, Mich., exceeded that of tho liner cereal. Specdecided that a woman who retary has when It had recovered from Us sur- was found dead In her berth on the ulators dabbled in corn in tho belief maintained constant and continuous co- prise at their presumption. Otherwise sleeping car. She was tho mother-in-laIleglriiilng July 1, ls'JT, liollevlng tluit It will b moru witlsfuetorj to botb buyer that the future held considerable ac- No bad debts will ueoumuliite, conseiUi'ntly we emi iell g.Kxt clieitiicr. It will mid seller. habitation with a soldier is entitled to the proceedings were harmonious. The of Mrs. Fred DcFunlak and mothtnko much a pension through him, notwithstand- Chicago platform was endorsed and so er of J. B. Browning, general baggage tivity and better prices for Its market. less capital, our eipensos will Imj les mid tbero Is every'retinon whv tint ensli system wilt The celebrated Belle Meado Farm provo hutlsfuctory. Wo only ask you 1 try U awblle and If you tlnd It Is not to your ading no marriage contract was ever en- was Bryan. agent of tho L. Sc N. near Nashville, embraces 51,010 acres. vantage wo will not kick on your buying from merchants who sell on credit. Wo are satTo tho average layman tered into. When Mrs. Perry went to Gov. At- Five hundred acres are enclosed by a isfied wu can soil you gooiN from 10 to 2J per cent, cheaper than the credit men and till this seems a premium on prostitution. kinson, of Georgia, to plead for the stone wall four and a half Very truly, feet high, should certainly bo an Inducement to'you. Told inhusband, Senator Lindsay, who has been at Frosts In Minnesota, the Dakotas, life of herThereupon he declined toupon surmounted by a wire fence. In this she sprung terfere. enclosure 500 deer are kept. The rest Washington or some other place beside Michigan and Iowa caused a great dam- - the governor, rolled him around In her of the farm Is devoted to raising thoij Kentucky ever since tho boltocratlo age to late crops. embraces, and with hysterical wallings oughbrcd horbep, Shetland ponies THE convention, tells a Washington correand James Corbett, the pugilist, will play and sobs begged him to save her hus- spondent that Hindman will poll 75,000 cattle and crops to maintain them. flrst bac for the Shamrocks at Cinein- - band. The covernor was so overcome Thoroughbred Duroc KB HODS There aro Kit) broodmares kept, 1110 votes. After he returns to Kentucky nuti Sunday week. that he had to bo carried home In a Shetland ponies; 200 gallons of milk and gets his bearings ho will probably Seymour Gray, a condemned murder carriage after having fixed the dato of My 'breeders wire telecti-from the best hcrdiol aro churned dally which produces IK) reduce his estimate 70,000 or so. ortliIr.unoiu breed of twine In or, who broko jail at Fayetteville, W Perry's execution for the 8th of Sep- pounds of butter Twenty-sioral States. A stableI'lendM lot of pigs of illltcrent nia (or nale. Ilred uhiui!h-ci;iiitember. When Perry heard of It, his men, seven cattle men and 50 farmsilver man with expressive Va., was recaptured. A fhek saiiii.iciloiigiiarantusl. Corrr. A iM rets oNilcnieullctsl A pretty young woman who commit only exclamation was "D d If I care."' hands are employed. patronymic of Damra in pi Paso county, R H. BRONAUQH, In a Chicago hotel Is believ Col., was presentedVini ii son and heir ted suicide sli Orchard, Ky. Henry J. Colson, nephew of Con tho other day, which he promptly nam- ed to bo a Loulsvillo girl. Harry Farrell, an Indianapolis youth, gressman Davfd G. Colson, of Middles-bored Prosperity B., the full namo exat McKinnoy was married at Kichmond under llouso and pressing his Idea of the difference be- stabbed his father fatally when tho for( room',, hull way, Cleveland panics and McKlnley mer abused tho hitter's mother. romantic circumstances to Miss rather tween llousu contains m'ci'ssu-r- y Almut outbuildings. It Is said that Dr. Evans, the French- - Lizzie Foster. For some time tho i urrri of laud. hard times. American dentist, has mado u fortune couple have been sweethearts, but tho Considered onu of the best locations for it liomu at MeKlnuoy. PUULIC ofllco is a private snap. So 0f $.15,000,000 as a tooth caroentor. IIOW.MAN SMITH. girl's parents were opjosed to Colson's so thinking, Auditor Stone thinks, and The conl strlko Is considered settled suit. Wednesday Miss Foster slipped he will appoint his son Will to tho fat' at Columbus, O. Tho plan is to away from home, joined her lover, who IsJ Receiving his- of Insurance Commissioner, now sutne at 04 cents and work pending ar- - was at work in a Held near the railroad Twelve acres of laud yt mile from KoKln-neenjoyed by D. N. Comingoro on Oct. 1, bitration and without waiting for him to get his lias good bouse of S rooms mid good Onyx beds have been discovered In coat, they (lagged the noon train with outbuildings. Kor Information apply to O. when Comingoro takes hold as collectHart, Green and Metcalf counties and a handkerchief and went to Richmond, A. Walteii. Klngsvllle. or Jksse Wai.tkh, or of tho 0th district. Joods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call; Btunford, Ky. an- Kentucky is not likely to try object with the claim is mado that they are worth I where they were made one. The groom was married In his shirt sleeves the Louisville papers, which devote a millions of dollars. and patched pants. annu-n- l farmer couple of pages to Mnyor Todd's Robert Cherry, a message. Nobody will read it, of of Warren county, was killed by lightFARM AND TRADE, course, but if the mnyor would write ning. an article on what ho knows about polTho Dawson City correspondent of After going below D0o wheat revivitics and the Negro bed fellows it has tho San Francisco Bulletin estimates ed at Chicago again yesterday and clos brought him, he might command atten the season's output of gold In tho Kloned atOHc. tion. dike at $7,000,000. Tom Clark, of Boyle, raised an LouLouis P. Gernest, a Gov. O'Fekkall, of Virginia, who cantaloupe. The Louisvillu Store Is the Housekeeper's, the boys', tho Rirls', the men and woisville man, committed suicide after a is a very dead cock in the pit, announGeorgo D. Hopper sold to O. P. Huff- men's Klondike It's a mine of bargain, a rich Placer of big nuggets. They require on afspree, which he went ces that he will not support under protracted man a lot of hogs at 3c. no digging out of musty corners. No, thoy flitter attention every where. They ter his wife left him. present conditions the democratic State O. P. IIutTmuu bought of Wm.Gooch line the shelves and tliu Ibor in the Bar silver broke Its low record again a lot of ticket recently nominated at the Roanbutcher stulT at 3.10. Wednesday, falling to 511 cts an ounce. oke convention. The "guv" went o!T Jarvls Bros, bought of various parbullion value of tho his base last Fall and has since been At this price the ties a lot of fat heifers at 21c. silver in a silver dollar Is only 30.1)2 going from bad to worse. Boone Bros, sold to W. II. I latum, of cents. Mercer, a lot of ewes at $2.25. The Frankfort Capital, Col. W. S. Henry Demas, colored, was appointed Four nice red Berkshire boars for Forrester, editor, has ceased to scin- naval ollicer of customs In the Now sale. J. II. Dunn, Lancaster. They cover the Ixivs' and men's hack with tillate there, but will rise in full splen Orleans district. A bitter fight will J. S. Shaw and C. P. Combet sold to dor In Louisville next Sunday to make probably be made against him in the Lyon & Allen 175 sheep at $2.25. life miserable for Mayor Todd and Senate. Mark Hardin bought of Geo. Luns-for- d It is estimated that fully $5,000,000 other republican blatherskites. The a nice saddle mare for colonel is a lighter and woo be to him has been shipped from New York banks $(10. to the South within the past two weeks who crosses his path. Col. Jonathan F. Estill, of Madison, Young Indies and Women with the Newest Styles of Space seems to be no well-know- n It Beats Klondike. well-know- n Carpet and Drapery Departments. Brand New Clothing! other experiment with a republican governor, but if she were she has hardly sunk so low that she will even consider the claims of such a man as Attor ney GencVal Taylor for thatotlice. Taylor is one of the bacteri that is now feeding upon the body politic, who is utterly destitute of any fitness for the position he holds. He knows no law nor has he the capacity for learning it. He is in fact an all round ignoramus and the laughing stock of the other State ollicers, when they can hide their shame that he is one of them. Ambition is a proper thing well directed, but in Taylor's case it so far overleaps itself as to make him ridiculous. POLITICS 300-aer- o d DRESS GOODS I Slashing And Cutting of Prices. $10,-00- Col-Boon- Oxfords, Summer Parasols, Fans, &c. HV. n, ic-cor- d. Clothing", Shoes, Straw Hats, &'c. 0. OUR FALL LINE two-year-ol- ex-Go- v. or THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Kln-kea- a MMCKTIK s f post-otlic- The Newest Things Out. H. J. McROBERTS. two-thir- TRUSSES CRAIG I n. ! Fountain and Household Syringes, Hot Water and Ice Bags, HOOKER. al A Word To You. 10-da- y THE CASH SYSTEM, 1 w News Briefly HARRIS A HARDIN. faj I x o, sHiE;. fobLot FOR RENT. I H. C. RUPLEY, THE MEtMANT TAILOR -- . re-plu- m y: FALL AND WINTER GOODS. ' 48-l- rn j (!?fc5Y5fcwi.T- s- l' III II' '. II - " '" ' ''"'r ', il8,1- " ij'inmim 't'U'JIHUJUt'.l I1 aaaij I'nmiuil.i i to ! r g m Oi.i.n: Huffman has been very 111 TllK latest styles In hats at W. II. We sell coal and feed for cash. Don't THE INTERIOR JOURNAL with malarial fever. Shanks.' nsk for credit. J. II. Haughman & Co. 7VO IlAltltls WKaUKN has gone to tho A HIO lino of men's pants at any Tin: session of the College opens Nashville Exposition. price you want at W. II. Shanks.' next Monday at 0 a. m. Tho friends Sejt. 3, 1897 Olil.AND IJix'K left for Asbury Col Stanford, Ky., and patrons are invited to bo present lege at Wllmoro yesterday. Nkv waist sets, links, dress pins, at the opening exercises. Miss Effik Sanuiixjk, of Sholby pearl studs. Dunks, the Jeweler. E. C. Walton, Husi.nixs Manaukh. .City, Is with Miss Nettle Wray. Lost Hetween McCormacks church .if MAX llOL'ltNi: made to Lexington Foil sale cheap. Gentle horee, suit' and Mrs. Joseph Severance's a pair of I'KKSCltll-riONBntlllotl rlht and yesterday to enter the State College. able for school children. A. G. East- gold frame spectacles. Leave at Sevat right prices ut Penny's Drug Store, j ,MH j II. Paxton and children land. erance & Son's store und receive respent several days with relatives In Covku your house before bad weath- ward. PERSONALS. . . Garrard. ?2r"Caii li found (.liculivre. Wo Invite cotnp'iiNoii with nil) line, With the opening of the schools of Miss Maiiy Fiki.ds, of Lexington, er sets in. Cypress shingles are the Mit. and Mils. J. i Hays are visit- sale Indiana, next week the new compulso is visiting her grand-fatheHon. G. A. best, and cheapest in the end. For ing hot- parents In Garrard. by A. C. Sine. ry education law will go into effect. C'AIT. G. II. McKlNNKY continues Lackey. Tho .T0 truancy otllcers for which it Missus Lina and Ci.aka Kknnkdy, Tin: Superior Disc Grain Drill now provides critically ill at the Infirmary. are being sworn in. Mil. E. C Walton is doing the Wil- of Mt. Vernon, uro visiting Miss Mary has a self oiling and dust proof disc. Saunders. something no other drill has. Call and liamsburg anil Harlourvlllo fulls. ANOTHKlt shower came Tuesday Wam.ack Wai.tku eumo homo from Mil. and Mits. L. M. WkstkkkikM) see this improvement. Hlggins it Mc- morning, but It will take a river spent several days at Crab Orchard in Klnney. Kingsvllle with symptoms of fovor. riser and gullcy washer to do any good Louisville search of health. Jamkh Mknkkki: wont to MY stock of fall hats are now here now, the earth Is so dry. Fair Friday MltS.JA.MKH H. HoiUNSONand son, of is all tho signal service offers. yesterday to have his eyes treated Mlddlcsboro, who linvo been visiting and It Is tho largest I have ever offered Mil. S. I. STAUd and wife spent TiiKband boys are practicing all the family of Mr. James Itoblnson, Sr., to the publlev. Come and look at them. days with relatives at Liberty. Special attention is called to the green their spare time for tho Liberty fair, returnud homo yesterday. Luneas-tuMiss C'AltitlK CcitltKY, of We are mnking preparations for a big output of goods. When you hear our pri- W. II. and while it is pretty tough on tho peoMltS. Ei.i.a Lackky, Mrs. Jane Hal- stlir hats, the latest thing. Id visiting Miss Jennie Warren. prices you will then know we mean to sell the goods. Our aim in mnking these un. Shanks. ple, our Casey friends will be the gainMil. AND Mils. W. P. GltlMKR wont low nml Mr. D. M. Lackey arc visiting precedented prices is to reach out and furnish our adjoiding counties, which fact has their brother, Mr. Mack Lackey, near TllK tax books are now ready and ers. They are going to give them always proven itself where a customer favored us with a call. We are hero for busto Nashville Tuesday to see tlie sights. you will please come forward and settle mighty good music next week. iness, quick sales and small profits. Cahhoi.I. SHANKS Iri back from Crab Parksville. PllOF. M. J. HllOL'OH has 77 pupils at once. This is my last year and unOrchard Springs considerably improvAccidentally Shot. W. M. Owin his Soaper's district school and yes less your taxes are pa'd you may expect ed. IV. of Pulaski, brought his son Wade Miss Hiissii: Bakiioch, of Itleh- - terday ho gave them holiday to attend to sec your property advertised. T. D. ens, hero Tuesday to have Dr. E. J. Brown mond, 1h the guest of Miss Bullo Den- tho Haptist Association at Ephesus. Newland, S. L. C. Branch Store at llustonvillc, II. It. Camnitz, Manager. treat him for a fearful gun shot wound ny. Miss Lkna Lackky, daughter of had received in his right shoulder. Oreh- Miss Cai.tha Fish, of Crab TllKltK are seven of the Hastlu broth he Hon. G. A. Lackey, and Mr. Kd Peyard, U with hor sister, Mrs. Dr. .1. G. ton, of the West End, will drive to ers, all republicans, but Squire M. S. His relative, Alex White, was playing Carpenter. Hastln tells us that he Is the only one with a gun which was discharged and Danville on the 3th and be married. Mkhdamkh Joskimi Cofkky and it. who will vote straight this time. Tho It is more than probably that the accikr. UKV. AND.MllS. GKOItOK 1. TaUIJ-.madent will make young Owens a cripple h: Williams loft Wednesday for the Nush-vill- e & and son, Ned Henley, who have-bee- others will scratch under the rooster for life. Exjiosltlon. many others. Sl with Mrs. Fannie Green for sev- mostly. And there are M iss Sai.uk COOK has gone to Nash-vill- e eral weeks, left yesterday for Newjiort. TllK other evening when Miss Sue "Titot'HLKS never come singly." to hHjnd home limu with hor Mil. J. L. Tannkii, of McKlnney, Tommy Hall quoted, when he came up Bout went out on the porch and saw m Mm. It. J. LyloH. who was here yesterday, says his store to tell us that his aunt Mary three sets of large tracks on It, it gave Mils. HUNKDICT Sl'ALDINn, of Leba- Is already beginning to feel the promPopples, who recently lost a sister by her a chilly sensation ulong the verteEverything In stock to supply your wants. non, came up Tuesday to visit her ised prosperity and one could judgo so death and Si:i7..0 by theft the same bra', but she doesn't fear burglars or TC Al Col. T. 1'. Hill. from the way his ad. says ho is selling day, had the misfortune the other night anything of the kind now, for sho has ivrn re. Miss Wii.uk Vf.uiikna, daughter hats, c. 5? to have all her geesO, all her guineas the prettiest gray hound In town, of Judge W. I. Dawson, has ruturned And Stationery at tho Lowest Cash Prices. Mils. Mahy J. Mi M.Kit will leave to and two bushels of onions stolen. a present from Dr. Steele Bailey, to the Midway College. morrow to visit her sinter, Mrs. Martha which just eats tramps alive when it Miss MlNNlK KlltlCl'ATllK'K spent a Lackey, at Gallatin. Sho will al-- o gets a chance. M Last week Mr. J. A Pin Tail few days with hor cousin, MUsCora M. take in the Tennessee Centennial. Her Hryan's sow appeared with nine pigs. 'T ICirkpatrick, at May wood. A COl'PKltiiKAD snake bit John & DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. grandson, Mike L. Owsley, will accom- For some cause not explained everyone S Miss Mahik Waiikkn was mittl'k pany her on his return to college at M Aeschbach, of Ottenheim, a few days lv of them died apparently and Mr. Bry-- a ago on tho back of his hand. In a few for hiivurnl days, and Mr. W. S. Huron Lebanon, Tumi. buried them. Four days later one taught school in hor Mend. Mil and Mits. Thos. Vanhooskh, of them resurrected itself, so he says, minutes, it had swollen to double its A. K. IICTVlllNus, represonllug the who have been oltlons of this county size, but by drinking a quart of whisky and ran around as if nothing had A. T. Kellogg Nowspaor Co., of If you want- and poulticing, he seemed yesterday for a number of years, have removed It is still alive and bids fair to to be in a fair way to recovery, though was with lis yesterday. to Somerset, greatly to tho regret of Is fatted for bacon. TllK great and only Jack Chlnn was tholr friends. Mr. V. is ono of our die only after he the wound looks very ugly. The snake, hore for a short time Tuesday return- best patrons, never letting his suba large one, was killed. IN a suit by A. G. Harnes, of Indiing from a fox chase In Garrard. scription lap?o a day. ana, against Anderson Carr for iV2o, EVKKY man we have talked with Mils. C. C. l'AllltlSH and children, TllK following old people dined before Judge Dawson and a jury Wed- about the killing of Sebastian by the who have boon visiting at Col. T. 1'. sumptuously with Mr. and Mrs. John nesday, it was proved that the note was Turners nnd Tudor, say the verdict of Hill's, left Tuesday for their homo at W. I tout Wednesday: Mrs. Eliza procured through fraud and the case not guilty was a miserable travesty on Clifton Forge, Va. lackey, ", Mr. A. K. Lackey, of Paint was decided in Carr's favor. It seems to Missis Linda and Kmma Owsi.ky Lick, 7(1, Mr. D. M. Lackey, of Lancas- that Carr got Barnes his horse to show justice. It seems onebe a case of three man and shooting men surrounding friends to Invited a numlwr of their ter, 70, Mrs. Jaue Hallow, of H lulls-vlll- through a circuit and that he was very him to death nnd then having a jury to Walnut Flat Wednesday night to cat 07, Mrs. Martha Grimes, 78. Mrs. successful with him. At the close of say they did right. Look out for more watermelons with them and all rejwrt John J. .Mc Roberts and Hon. G. A. tho fairs Carr wanted his horse back, On ecrth call on B. K. Wearen & Son, who will also sell such killings over there. W. T. Smith a delightful time. you Buggies, Carriages and lload Wagons as Lackey wero also present, but they but for some reason Barnes would not TuJ. C. LittlkMiss Hkksik VanAhsdau: wouldn't tell tholr ages. The occasion give him up till he signed the note, and jury nt Florence were Iton the take low as the lowest. Lancaster and didn't dor and Nettle Waller, who have been vis- was Mrs. Lackey's birthday. which has now been discredited. live minutes to lind a verdict for them iting Mrs. George H. Wearen, return21 years against him while they hnd ed to Lebanon Junction Wednesday. HOMENEWS, Whipping Post. Sam Helm, the enough proof before them to huve hung Miss Jknnii: Coornit left this week oldest of tho three Negro boys who the Turners. But a Lincoln county for Hloomington, III., where she will School clock tee at Danks. broke Into the public school building jury had the one, a Garrard county more than likely remain. She Is a and stole books, slates, &c, was tried jury the other case. SCHOOL books at W. H. Mcltobcrts.' most excellent young lady and her before Judge Dawson and a jury and many friends hore hated toglvo her up. & Shanks' given DO days on tho rock pile. Julius MlXKD Spices at Wan-eMiss Minnik. Mautin, of Cynthiana, HOG-S- . Foil men s shirts go to W. II. Helm and Ban Perkins, about 13 years is the guest of the Misses Grlnstcad old each, were tried before Judge Car Kegislerod Die and she accompanied Dr. .1. W. Hryant Shanks.' son, who agreed that if their mothers Splendid rocs. and wife and Miss Grace Grlnstcad on School books and upplius a Craig would give them a good Hogging, he individuals Both pionle excursion Wednesday. a iV. Hocker's. last Fall's and would let them go. This the mothers MIKS1LS ANNK AND FaNNIP. SllANIvS this Spring's far pledged to do in the presence of MarLfNCil Hasket- and Hoxes all sizes row. Prices reasonable No charge for and l'earl Huriisldo and Messrs. K. M. 3 Wheat lias been bringing from 75c to II per bushel. Goods are the shal Newland, who saw that they kept crating. Az Shanks'. Rowland, G. A. McHoborta and Jack at Warren tffj nme price as when wheat was only 50c per bushel. their promises. J. H. k H. J. ilcROBSSTS, Stanford. Hunt attended the swell hop given by CT We have been searching the markets of tho United States for the SCHOOL satchels, book straps, lunch Ei.opk.mknt. We failed to make Hustonvlllu Mon- baskets at Craig St Hooker's. Dr. Carl Wheeler at best values cash could buy and we are opening new goods every day. Last Week we Sold 131- mention in our last Issue of the elopeday night. s Ni:V percales, calicoes and M iss J knni i: M KlisnoN gave a social ment of James Powell, son of Capt. B. for school dros-.eWalat Severance F. Powell, and Miss Viola Vanoy. They in In honorof her guest. Miss Annie were married nt Hellenwood, Tenn., ter, of near Stanford, last Saturday t Son's. evening. The leastthatcan bo said Is Nkxt Monday is labor day and a gen- hist week and are now domiciled at Mr. Wo realize this is true in regard to your patronage. Thereforo we In which those pres- eral holiday and tho banks and )ostJ Powell's home, where Capt. Powell that the manner In one day (Saturday) We still have some want to pay yon nunc than any one else to trade with us. welcomed them, notwithstanding his ent were entertained was to the ex- ollico will be closed. opjiositiou to the match on account of treme pleasure of all. Corbln News. TllK Edison Vitascopu and Micro the ages of both. The groom is 21 and MltS. GKOIIUK O. HAIINKS WimqtlltO badly hurt at Georgetown. Her foot phone Co. Is booked to appear at Wal- tho bride 111, and as neither of them is too young to choose for himself we sincaught In the rug at Mrs. Hen Peaks' ton's Ojiera House, Sept. 2JW. LOW PRICES. GOOD QUALITY, REST STYLES, wisely. caused her to fall, knocking over a and Left We give you choice of 50 pairs of TllK C. it O. will run Its last seaside cerely Iiojkj both have chosen centre table containing a lighted lamp excursion from Lexington, Sept. 8, at TllKltK was a begger in town Wedwhich was broken and set lire to the 311 for tho round-triWe are just entering the first Fall month and we are prepaied for to Old Point of woe will be laid Comfort. nesday night who told his tale lace window curtains. She yon with seasonable goods In a most dcelammatory fashion. He up for several days. Come and investigate that you may liiow the above is true. Tin: Stanford Male Academy, Prof would begin by saying, "My dear mad- That wero 75c to J1.-I- at 43c pair. SixAl.. G. FaUI.KNKK, of Highland, has Hardin Craig, principal, and Miss Mat-ti-e am, will you not give an unfortunate ty piirs Children's slippers were Soc to $1 been appointed storokooor by CollecFew more Ladies' Summer Paxton, assistant, opened Wednes- American citizen a little cold victuals go at tor Yorkcrt and he left Wednesday for day with 21 pupils and the promise of to satisfy the cravings of n stomach Uests 3c. We can scl1 ou nice Bed Room Curley's distillery at Camp Nelson. V2, for 512 Good that has been empty so long that I fear Sets Respectfully, heavy Mattrecs Hrlght Ferrlll, who will hold on under a largo number within tho week. Yorkos, has been assigned to Tyrone 4,llAlN is sadly needed all along the the aching void will never be tilled?" Mr. U. K. Gentry, who no railroad from Stanford to Jelllco," Told to go to tho kitchen and ask the to relievo Bros, McKinney. doubt is out of the revenue business for writes our business manager. "Corn cook ho ngain sang his little song and good. mere Is parching," ho says, "and those stock on receiving tno reply mat said: "And thus HON. F. 1. COMHKST, of Casey, was ponds visible from the train are as dry wasn't a thing left he are Americans forced to prison. It is hero Wednesday, and made us a pleas- as a bono." ant call. Ho says times are looking up steal or starve and I prefer the latter." ClIANOKD HANDS. Tho Lancaster At last accounts he hadn't been arrestand that the great stock combine reThe Telephone Is so universally known bjh iiji.hjw japgu-j- i i 'U1 EF PBiife und Its advantages havo heeu so thoroughly cently told of by our Hustonvllle cor- street buUihcr shop, run by George Lo- ed. iHscuert tlmt what we may say will be respondent is growing und extending. gan and Tom Itlce, has changed hands, Of Bright's disease after meri'ly to repeat what others have said. men can see that It will ho J. S. Shaw, C. 1. Combest, Hov. L. J. L. and Charlie Jarvis having bought .Pkakisk. mv. nnurew .u. n .1 c i i eai iso ..lirifui ,itn mm solicitor for orders. Oth Morgan and Win. Wood are the latest them out. Lat. Clark will run It for a long Illness, llml It a at them and Mr. Logan will resume his departed this life ,.,, his home at Kings- or w many steps. ready people of and will additions. The . . In tl. 70.1 , avo . ,,.,. Stanford m onto A. M. ,, of Highland, one trade. f tlll, '...,' Mn. W. O. Watts, vear of his age. He came to this coun terpiNIng manner, seeing that tho telephone "worst" republicans, is of Lincoln's TllK MONKY IlKitK. Agent H. H. will bo a very convenient ami tiling. taking In the Uarbourvlllo fair and Mahony, of tho Mutual Benefit Life In- ty from . Zanesville, O., in..lS70and most HIV nrlcu is so low that no onotisonii utTord can . .. . visiting friends of his early youth. He surance Co., of Newark, N. J., Is In re Of the time lias uvea on tno piace inui. ' , )(U without it. Theiolsno danger from old gentleman, lightning. The telephones will bo kept In told an I. J. roiorter en route that ho ceipt of a check for $1,00.). 17, amount he died. Ho was a lino ,,., .,,.,t... f,.' order, good service lHlng OIlt.lof u,,. j.a?anteos 0f thocompany. There would be suc- of insurance carried in that company and stood high In his believed the- democrats I'res-- are juo.ouo telephones, such as will bo in iw cessful this year and that Mr. J. P. by Dr. S. C. Perkins, who died nt Bco honesty and Integrity. Joining the hero, In o In dltTerents parts of tho L S would make a good enough Lick a month ago, and on which ho on Ki.ti.lnn cliurcti, w lien he was a imi, he j Tmj j.(1Ilthl.ril Telephone Co., at a consider- Ualley up to its teachings ablo tpoiiv, has undertaken to give Stan- ever since lived judge for him. ly made two payments aggregating $00. had .1... ml B m r in to iTo to ford tno ih'iiuiu oi u loieimono system, inu Mci fnnil Mm J.iVriiLiiiHiiiHirm'i'iiiii ...i '.i.. ioaiiiWiiKHii i '.iiiiMPnHiHBiiiiiHI H Mil. W. A. TltlHULK has received In rJ company lelres to plenso the people and iirB wrr .aV o tel'llgonce that a great big boy has Rowland has at last his reward. Ills wife, who was Miss has taken pains in this matter. Tho wires Tin: CFrlsS live children, uro being stretched for tho lines at present. come to bless the union of the Tribblo changed hands. Mr. Frank Cordicr Elizabeth Little, and who have not sent In their names tlioo Fred Burgess, All a telephone will confer a big favor by for and Pickett families and thut mother took charge Wednesday and will keep Mrs. T. L. Sholton, Mrs. Messrs. Arthur leaving them a tho Myers Houo or In seeing and babe are doing llnoly. Thoy arc at tho ollico in his gallery not far from Mrs. John McKce und II. A. Hahnes, tho company's local repreThe Ilest Is alwavs Imitated. Tho Suiierlor Is tho Genuine Disc Drill. Has been thor survive him. Af- sentative. tho mother's former home in Mason Mr. Isaac Hamilton's store. Judgo and William Pearise, oughly tested and gives satisfaction. All other Disc Drills aro an experiment ami an Inmorning When tho switch board has been placed fringement on tho Superior. Suit has been entered in tho U. S. Court against ono comcounty and tho boy has boon named Sholton, who Is now un "ex," has made ter sorvico at Klngsvillo this will Imi in maternal grand- a good postmaster and even tho rads the remains will be brought to Buffalo there .1... I..I. w a notlco 41. .1 this i)aH;r and all pany for Infringement. Farmers, investigate before buying. ,. mil. ,1II1 lui LVfitihiimi !.... James Pickett for his con-- 1 2 will be Hhown how it works. father. Mr. Tribblo wears IiIb honors are sorry to see tho ollico taken from Cemetery and at o'clock HIGGINS ' c.erfUny II. A. HARNES. 3 Big ned to tho earth. him. becomingly. - SUCH BARGAINS IN 1 re ! Tabfets And Schoof Supofes PENNY'S DRUG STORE. - r, m Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, MATTING. sov-or- al r, W. WITHERS. STANFORD. m&J n w sis-tu- r, a s Scfioof Book. yest-ida- I I I fa-th- hap-jenc- d. Cln-ulnua- ll, e, ri:' i I -- W. B. MoROBEBTS. i The Best Disc Drill OR DISC HARROW B. K. WEAREN A SON. wMm&$mm$mm n m m jLJLtt LET US - QS -- I Tell i) You a Secret gfng-ham- s 1 Nothing Free This World. Qood Bargain 0 Here Is Vour Pay: p Ladies' Slippers SEVERANCE & m m Tanner TELEPHONES. s 111 ines-eng- er t,,i,. -- .. 1 (wiriiniSBSBl - ll 1 , u-- Hst-olt!c- vr'r"r- iHiiiii ",VHB tn. iiiH ;HiHtAHjH '?s&3!$msJ3Bi SWS r 7TKINNEY. '. Jm SJIatagMtM "WWfftoy I, ..,.. ttSMaaawtjftaWl II 'WUHllllrtjWMiiyiCJycJ PMPHpl a I CRAB ORCHARD. THE INTERIORJOURNAL Ix'bllolioi'S,M9oiayau3.4S"rl.4a.va $U 1'KU YJCVU $OT When not AS SHB WAS IN THK oOS AND COS WITH THK PKKSENT. COM-I'AIIU- D IN- - ADVANCE will I THK WKAKTII OK LINCOLN COUNTY KOK THK MOST l'AUT CONCENTRATED THKKK AT ONK TIMK. HY JOK F. WATERS. H 8 $ i I s ? ets' alwaysoa hand. D.S. Carpenter. Manager. Chad OitciiAim, Sop. 2. Col. W. O. Welch and Mr. II. C. Karris wore engaged In a conversation a Sunday or tw'o ago In reference to Crab Orchard of their younger days and were. o complimentary of that town as It was then, stating that the wealth cf Lincoln county was concentrated In and around KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Crab Orchard, as well as tho wealth, beauty Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. m. nnd 1 p. in and chivalry from many other states from returning at 2 p. in. and ' 05 p. in. early spring till frost fell each year, tlmt I KNOXVILLE DIVISION. determined to Investigate tho matter fur 12 37 p m ther, as In tho history of Lincoln county nil No. 24 Train going North 3 13am young people are Interested, wlille in road-lu- g " " No. 2t ' Crab T. pleasant lo Hiiy. and above all, a 12 01 p m running with unabated Interest. liev. s.tfe for all aies, always well taketnke Dr. King's " South No. 2a " ot the past old jieoplo pleasantly live lo surocinv. It is " 127piu 2.1 " " No. New Life Tills in connection with Dr. King's New Brewer, a very able preacher of life over again. A.O. Law ham John. Casn-kMA- . For allll'olnu. Discovery, regulate the stomach arrived Saturday and Is do- and Uiwels. as they guaratitis; and lone satisfaction or We In company with Squire J. S. Murphy, ln'rtVct runo'ioii TICKETS SOLD. ing most of the preaching. There have return money Krve trial hottllcs nt W. II. I offer for wilo privately my desirable UAGOAOB CHECKED THKOUOH. who Is one of the oldest (S3) as well us one drug store. ItcguUr size ftOu and SI, homo on Inur Main street, Stanford. Thu of the best posted men lu Lincoln county on been two udditlons to the church to this For any Information enquire ot lioiiso Is u roomy, pretty cottngo with nlco most any subject, possessing, too, awonder-ft- il writing. The meeting will continue yard and good garden and outhouses, and Is A Valuable Prescription. JOE S. HICK, Agent, (.'all on memory, I came hero to talk to somu till Sunday at least and probably longuelghlMirhood. lu u most Stanford, Ky. Alitor Morrison, of the Woithlngton, lad., Sun, moon tho pleasant and 1 will tako pleasure promises of the older citizens in reference to the past, er. n writes "You hsve a valuable prescription Klectrlc hitlers, ud I ran cheerfully recommend In showing Its many advantages. QUEEN & CRESCENT. among whom were Mr. John Huchnuau, one ID MKS. hlil.A l'Ulll.M... Tom Hutui passed through town last It for constipation and sick headache and as a gen OF LIVERPOOL. of the most entertaining ladles I over con" Mrs, Annie has Train paw Junction City as follows: week with 'J00 mountain sheep, which er system tonic it Groveno onisl Chicago, was all Cottage Mehle, 'ltii Avenue 4 02 p m versed with, and her mother, Mrs. Salllo 11 57 a m No. 2 North No. HSouth run II 21 iii " i " .....3 46 am Ann HIgglns. Messrs. Wm. Stuart, Samuel he bought In Russell nnd Adair. Cy achedown. could not eat nor dkmt food, had a luck No. 3 " which never left her and felt tired and weary, " 6 " 130pm 1125 am No. 5 " Russell sold a tine saddle mare to Jas. but six Iwtties of Klectrlc Hitters restorsl her KOWI.ANI), KY., BURBEE & C3STLEMHS. 6 00am Hardin, Andrew Kolcy and W. T. Stephen8 2Uiui "10 " No. 9 " health and relieved her strength. Print .Vie and Cloyd for $10. That looks like pros- 1. Uet a tattle at W. 11, Mcltulerts' drug store. Note-- N 5 and 6 do nut run Sundays, 9 and 10 son. Has Gone Back into the Coal MANAtii:ilS, no (vm South than Junction City, uetlhcr m At the time of which I speak tho mer- perity, don't it? J. C. Coulter shipped Ithey rvu oundays. Business, Bucklin't Arnica Salve. were Robert Gra- a car load of sheep and lambs to Cinchants of Crab Orchard Commerce Building, Louisville. The stive In the world for cuts,, bruises And will keep constantly on hand tho Jelll-cham, William and Jack Hansford, Itttrch & cinnati Moudav. Mr. Coulter and his FRANKFORT A VD CINCINNATI RY. sores. Hirers, salt rneum, lever aorea, leuer, ctiaii PalU Hrancli and otiier lxst Coals mid Agents Throughout the outb. Whitley. Archibald Shanks, Joseph New- - partner, .Mr. hands, VIA GKOKUhTOWN. LinK wells, are uolng u It positivelychilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. nslc thu patronage of the public. Mauford cures piles or noiay required. Ills friends who want Coal can leave order with land, George Evans, John Hutchison, John r. M. A. M A. M. lively business in the sheep and lamb guaraatessl to give perfect satisfaction or mone re P.M. II. HIgglns, which will receive prompt atIluchantiu, w ho conducted a wholesale 200 Lre, Somerset, Arl2M ninueM. iTict .. cents t--r nox. For sale by W. II. J. ' Jet. City. " 1131 trade. 8 20 315 T. I.. SHKI.TON. tention. Mcltobcrts, Druggist. T. Green, Andrew Whitley, latcal Ah'vnt- ,4 50 630 Arr tJeontetown, Lt 9 35 605 Tho Liberty Tribune, which claims " Frankfort, 30 3 00 Joseph McAHster. Ac. 1155 720 TO CORE A COLD IN ONE DAY o Kentucky. Crab Orchard was thpn as far ahead of to bo independent, tried very hard in a Take Lixatlve Itroiuo Quinine Tablets, All Ky., Stanford, 5 30 8 40 6 10 Arr Paris J7tf inStanford as tint latter Is In advance ot the recent Issue, while disclaiming any Daily except Sunday Druggists retiimi me money if It falls lo Cure. Kor lias for Sale II. Mr Huberts, Craig A CD.BEltCAW.O. P. A. former now. Money (lowed a freely as wa- tention to do so to make its readers be- sale by W Druggists, Stanford, Ky. Hocker and (. L. I'eunv, ter nt tho famous springs and everybody lieve that the MeKinley administration Royal makes the food pure, Tor both Saddle and Ilnmess Purposes. Al- enjoyed life to which dull caro seemed not wa9 bringing prosperity with a venwholesome and dttlclotu. Ml then to be attached: Mr. William Stuart, geance. Wheat, it is true, has gone OF LIVE Cattle, Poland China Jerjsj tnd Short-Hor- n then a merchant, a member of the ttrm of IlRALKK IN beyond tho dollar mark, but If there U Hogs, Southdown Sheep. Harris Jc Stuart, and also of Stuart A Har At my on the says that lt wa a common thing for anything in that to bring smiles to the pike, one farm South McCormacks Church Choice Individuals of N'st strains. Call or din mile of Turnersvllle, I will write your want. htm to take homo with him from the store checks of the laboring man who hasn't In cold cash, a grain to sell, and Hour to buy, we at night as much as 310.000 A WOK!) TO which he says he always deposited In his have not been able to see it. Besides l'!)T. dlsitose of my entire lot of Hanks the rise In wheat Is due altogether to wife's stocking for were so frequently rubbed In those days a failure of that crop In other coun- E:r$cs and Cattle, Milk dm, Hogs, that people felt that their money was as tries and not to any law enacted by the Are vmi Insured ? If not. why not? Thou To the highest bidder. There nro 4 good sands of dwellings and barns good as yours safe In their posesston as deposited In them. late republican Congress. If Editor 1 rood Mares. 1 tyear-ol- d 1 3- -j ear-ol- d Horse, .Mr. Stuart says his llrm carried a 33,000 Kill High-Grad- e Hoio Colt. :i aged Rexroat can not And anything better Mules, v. 1 Fertilizers and Goal. stock, and that tho biggest purchase of i Mule, 1 yearling Mule. than such rot and other uninteresting 1 Mule Colt", I Cos and Calves, fi good J ear-li- ng goods the flrm ever made at one time was Goods Warranted as Itopresented. Office ou Cattle. 73 Stock Hogs. Will also sell ' t.i tin. iivfimt tf m HAH ft ii.i n f.nr,,,vw,,i matter to fill up he ought to suspend Main Street, opposlio Klmore's Store, my crop of growlni Corn. of thing, ho .says, for people from KockcatIe publication altogether and go back to Tr.nMS. of 520 nnd under, cash: Every year, Involvln tho loss of millions Stanford, Kentucky. and Pulaski to drive from IS to 25 or 30 miles his old haunts in Russell county. His over that amount a credit till Jan. 1st, l"J, dollars. Why should you uxiiect lo escape Abseluttly Pur with Interest. Notes payable lu Karmers from year to year ? J. I.. TOTTKN. SAI.MMAK. wagons to bring tho produce they readers, especially his democratic readIn Co., with" irood security ru- Hank sumo for ers, have a littlo sense, his seeming quired.and Trust had accumulated and exchange Your Propirty Jfoy Burn I have oKued a shop nt thn forks of tho goods lu Crab Orchard. He says that he opinion to the contrary notwithstandN. II. At the same time I will also SKI.L Oil KENT 210 ACHES of my farm; fairly Within a ear. within a mouth, within 21 llustonvtHe und Slllledgevlllu pike, near lias often seen from six to a dozen wagons ing. ROTM. BAJUPia rOoOCN CO., M YORK. oxposo tho accuMr K. Keld'ii and a in prepared to do all Improved, well watered and In good ntnte of hours. Why should you of tills particular kind standing on the by honiwt toll of cultivation. Terms made known on day of mulation Brv,"year of can destroy to loss uu kinds of It lu streets of Crab Orchard at one time. In many caswhich a single FORMER LINCOLN COUNTY MAN sale. es ol this kind a nun would bring his entire family hour r riollcltlng a share of jour patronago Blacksmithingr &nd Woodwork, J. P. COVER. Turnersvllle. Uepeclfully, SHOT. with him, Just for the trip, Mr. Stuart says, and It At tho lowest prices and In the IksI manner would take them two days to make It, camping out Mr. V. L. Pierce sends ua the I gunruiiu-ail my work. I will tako all JXSSZ D. 'OTXA&Xtf, somewhere alone tho road on the night of their rekinds of country produce, eirept for homo turn home. It was a common thing also at that - - Stanford. Ky shoeing which U 60 cents, cash. I 'lease giro General Agent, Kentucky time to see stacks ol Jeans, low linen, rlax linen and Fort Thomas, Ky., Aujr. 30. CorHuston ville. mo a share of your pntrmmge. Offers his services to the people of West Lincoln llnsey higher than a man's he.d, In each of the poral James L. Shannon, I Co. H, Oth 0. 11. MAYES. 6c nd Casey counties. Full stock of Cotfinsand Cask- Crab Orchard stores, 5,000 yards or more of each In 0aldS52.CO charged. MIIMj tisem. . Said Lawyer l'ayne, of Chnndlor, O.l Hanging Fork Farm For Ront. ' T., to thu jury in the breach of jLheo. Wesley has taken chargo of case of Graco Allen forntnst one Wll Small farm of SIXTY ACKKS. Half In wheat, test In corn. (!ood Imptim'uients tho anil will make a good Ham Overman: "This Is tho male ealf Address, T. M. WIIITK. Ciiiiiux, Kv. postmaster. who took btijyjyy rides with tills fair The picnic here Saturday will be i llower, llsneii dulcet strains of his held in G. R. Jones' oak prove two I'uuruu kisiuh mho uur uur, mm uuw is Past. To Hnjoy tho Summer go to miles below town. she asked him to take her buggy ridCrab Oreha'd now has tho llnost tonsorlal Th era is considerable sickness lu this ing! Gentlemen, the lousy cur should nrtlst In thoctuntry In ihopeixinofHAMUKL lll.AKKSiuui:, who handles tho ftclsMiw mid locality. Malarial and typhoiJ fevers bo thrown in a well filled with scaly razor lu uxiiertntylo. Call on him when you seem to be the prevailing diseases. snakes, that they might hiss and hiss at want a clean ohaveor haircut. o? Walter Gooch was arrested on tho hi in through all eternity." And now ?0th charged with stealing a tot of let Fontaine Pox Bobhltt, of the mounAND ORGANS. harness from Col. Lanham. He was al- tains, hide his diminished head. LouDecker llros'. Pianos, lowed to give bond for his appearance isville Times. Unities Pros'. Pianos. Address for Terms, Sec, Saturday for an examination of tho Dr. Kiwft Xew Ditcovery Kllluglon Pianos, for Conoumplion I). II. Ilaldwlu Pianos, charge, but when tho case was called Thli Is tlir In'.t medicine In tho wurld for all for l'lclier Pianos, Ac. and colds he did not show up and is still in hid forms of coughs guaranteed. and will consumption. GITS. H0FMAN1T, Proprietor, Dvery luttle is It cure and nut Hstey Organs, Hamilton Organs and other ing. ilKiiolnt It lias no emal for whooping cough, Makes. 32 Crab Orchard, ICv. briuicliilin, The meeting tho Christian ohurch is athiiia, hay fever, pneumonia, coiiiiniitlon.coldlii See my Uoods and (let My Prices lloforo you the head. la crnnt nnd for Ills Orchard. WHITK. W. 10 MiddlebUrq, Casey post-olllce CO. I fL vvinter Of Your Discontent- NOTICE tllh CRAB ORCHARD SF?VGS. PIANOS Brad-fordsvill- e, Pretty Home For Sale. INSURANCE COMPANY 1 1 T. L. SHELTON, ix-- o. :u "6 -- F.REI D.Stanford, GOLDDUST HORSES, SALE STOCK. J. B. HIGGINS, Farm Wagons, Pleas ure Vehicles, POWDER if mtf '. On Tuesday, Oct. 5th ic, 1 safe-keepin- g. PROPERTY OWNERS. Agricultural Implements, Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning J. T. SUTTON, Undertalcer, N 4" g: Fine Farmf or Sale. 95 Mason Hotel MRS.U. D.SIMPSON, Pror.. l.ancaster, tabic. : Kentucky. Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid Everything Porters Stephenson and others unanimously made assertions of above nature. 89 .meet trains. They also state that In and around Crab first-clas- s. many Instances Negro seivants were plentiful then and John Gill would come over from Garrard every year and purchase a large ipuantlty of Jeans and llnsey with which to clothe his army of negroes In fact, the people from Stanford, Lancaster. Mt. Vernon, London and many other of the Kentucky towns would visit Crab Orchard merchants to ob tain family supplies of groceries and dry goals, aed it was almost If not quite the town of Kentucky, In addition to Mr. Stuart, Messrs. Hardin Foley 4DR. W. B. -- FJCXNJN T, ItTNBm UIJJLDU Dentist. : Stanford, z Ky. ss Office on Lancaster street at Residence Craig Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry. Hoyle Co. Poultry Yard. A word lo the farmers. If you make money In tills day anil tiniH you limit keep up with the times and keep tlioroulihrnls. They mature tarller with a profit of more than 50 erc'iit. The arrangement otour yards is such that there can he no mix In s breeds. We guarantee all fertile when shipped. J J. II. lied I'it (James. Imp. setting ol 15 Ksgs, S.J.OO ' ' S:i 00 Surlier Celebrated Pit mie " " " White Crested Hlack Polish " S..50 " ' Ited Cup, Imported " . 50 ' JiUck Minorca. " " s.'.oo Wyandotte, " " " i.'.OO Silver " Marred I'l) mouth Hock, " " 1.50 All breeds Kro abovu 90 oltits, CK.VKJ I1UOS , Pros., Junction City. Ky. Muo-OraV I ' J Br Il.v rvnanfcnnn 'r' ,rffH,mmbm iimii todrixiKltora. graceful appearance, so tne wearers This Institution originally ratauUihed n.. tlif aa THE POPULAR Iill llank of Stanford in 1n8, then rwiyaiiUt-- IIc. thereof could goon their way rejoicthe National Hank ofstanlonl In Imtt audaxaln reorKaiilrsl aa the I lot National Hank of Stanford ing. Of course that store does a rushliSlil)liill.'lil8fcflN MOM V2, lu had prorllcdly an uninterrupted In exlat-- f ing business, and the proprietor must ".fur : ) e.irs, It Is better auppllcd now wilL ;1l0 larllttles for lraun:ulltif biiluea promptly and libj look with pride on tho largo number of erally than t,er Isfcro In Its loii and honorable, career. Account! of ImlMdiiaU, flduclarlea, nnus beautifully built girls who (Ho out of DANVILLE. and individuals ollclUsI. tho store after being repaired and naThe infirmary project is meeting niKEcroii. ture's oversight attended to. Mi&s El K, Itcld, Lincoln Co J. W. Hayden, Stanford with great encouragemcut. I will cnVr sit public t.nlu (If not s,old prl- ' h. II. lUughuian, " f:iuz&. v. G. S. Shelby sold to J. C, Johnson vira Sydnor Millerin Louisville Times. vutt'h beforehand) on i i . inn. K. L. Tanner, McKlntioy. V. A. Trtbble, for J. C. Caldwell, 70 extra feeders at The labor conference at St. Louis Wcdiicsday, Sept. 15, '97, J;n: C"Hlt'r.Urali lire h'J; M. J. Miller, MLVuri M, D.Kbuore, Manfoid. and IK) others at but called anUF HKUUKLlIHi IWffil U According to the .'11 . census, Dan- took no decisive action, held in Chicago My farm situated two miles from Crab Ororricims, latest other convention to bo I. S. Hocker, I'rcsMeut; J. J. McJtoWrta Caahler chard on tho Lancaster und Crab Orchard ville has a population of o,(J!)2. A. A. McKlnuey, AMlstautCashler. The September 27. President MuKinley is turnpike, ou Dlv Klver, and containing Caledonian : government report of 18D0 was .'J,77IJ. to be asked to convene Congress to have 530 ACRES OF GOOD LAND. Gov. J. Proctor Knott und wife have a law pas&cd dell ni tig the authority of Co., Scotland. be old rented the Samuel Boyle residence In judges in the mutter of injunctions. Said land willscribed asIn three tracts, defollow,,: KOUNDliO 1HOS. IIOUTK. A 1A m in this city and will tako possession im- Tho resolutions set aside September ,'l Tract No, 1, containing about IsO Acres of Land, which Includes the residence, The llest I.lnu toand From mediately. as the day for contributions from wages and frame with s rooms and U hull-,- , a brick 2 large JSi The Baptists will begin a protract- to the cause of the strikers and &ay a barn- -, good Ice hou-- e and other outbuild TOLEDO AND DETROIT ed meeting next Sunday, Dr. Malcolm good deal about government by injunc- ings, goon oruuarus, wen watered; in fact a 6 STANKOIII), KV. All I'olnts In Michigan. farm; 'M acres lu woodland; as In MacGrcgor, of Atlanta, Georgia, as- tion. Laboring men are urged to re cultivation nod remainder lu grits-- . CHICAGO. sisting the pastor, Rev. J. W. Lynch. member their constitutional right to Tract No. 2 coutalusabout luO Acres, adD. joining tract No and has upon It a resi"White City Special." While on his summer vacation, Elder bear arms. MO(N dence of 4 rooms, a tenant hou-good orHest Terminal Statlou. J. S. Kendrlch conducted a series of The outlook Is not favorable for a chard, :J0 hci es In cultivation, ;i0 acre- - lu grass anil tho remainder lu woodlaud. ST. LOUIS. lnootinir.s .it Antionh Mills nnd In tmi settlement of the strike on the terms Tract No. 3 contains alniut 2f0 STANFOUD, KY. adAvoiding the Tunnel tracts, hits OIM(0(MOMMOlMO:wc'ckaatlded 2l to th0 congregation otlered by M. A. Hanna it Co. The joining thu otherand steam uponAcre, burr It u jnjwer, 2 tenant Hanna proposition was for the miners mill with water All kinds of repilrlng done at reiwuahle rates ,Tnivifrixnf7fxnrvifrTirnfr:nfn there. BOSTON. house- -, lUXyiMUdJUNUiyjuJlMJliJUNUlbilira, t h Helm, son of Chief of Police to return to work at ill cents pending acres of grailary. blacksmith shop; about 2U0 Upholstering a specialty, battslaclloa giur.ii.evd, g - good l)l. Klver llottoin, Cars. this land Said tracts of laud will bu otfored Helm, at Danville, in preparing him-sj- arbitration, no rate less than (iO nor A. S. PRICE, KEED, THANK J. mid then a- - whole. NEW YORK. CIiIcuko. for the study of tho higher branch- more than (19 cents to be considered by Teiims. Salo will abo made ou the followO.I'. A., Uilitet Tarlor Cars, Wanner Sleenlug Cars, l'rlra Surgeon K. II. ll.VCON, d ing terms: Compartment Cars, fchyant Ooacliei and Din es of mechanical engineering. Ho has tho arbitrators. cash; balance In I). I'. A., ing Cars. 2 years, eiiual Installments, bearing InLouisville. Dentist, great natural talent for tho work, is Noah W. Prazler, one of tho most and payable annually. Llf fffJx terest now a sl)lcndid draughtsman, and will widely known citizens of Cynthlana lie sum your tickets read via "UIO FOUIl " Will Wglad to show tracts to nni Stanford, E. O. McCOIlMICK, WAUIIK.NJ. l.VNCH, no doubt make his mark in the was instantly killed by the accidental ouu desiring a home. W. T. II. WHITE. Offlce orer Mclloberts Iru Store In the Owsley Passenger Trafflc Mgr Am. (ien. Kass. A. Tkt. Agt . sion. -- Advocate. discharge of a gun. d Crab Orchard, Ivy. llllllllil!?. i CINCINNATI OHIO. two-thirds M0IM0MMHMOIMM I OMO Orchard at that time were Messrs. William Whitley, Ephralm Pennington, Thomas I lumber. Jack Pish, John Owsley, Hiram Jack Welch, Dr. Thomas Welch, Jake Guest, Samuel Holmes, Sr.. Faulkner Holmes, Henry Karris, Harvey and Jumew McAHster, William Karris, William, Joo and Timothy Chandler, Campbell Carson, Mon roe Curtis, James Tucker, Elijah Curtis, Djdley Newland, William HIgglns, Chris Newland, William, George and Henry Abrahams, William Pluck, Jack Hryant, Juir Singleton, Nat Shropshire, Wash Stevens, Samuel Mlddleton, who for several terms represented Lincoln county In tho Legislature, Samuel Owsley, liev. John HIgglns, Tom Iluford, and so on, all of whom wero gentlemen of great lulluuuce, tho most of them possessed of Immense wealth, dohu Owsley was the husband of Mrs. Mary J. Owsley, mother of Mrs. Horace Withers and Mr. George D. Hopper. William Whitley (Mrs. HIgglns and Mrs. Ituchanau Informed me) owned 1,700 acres of land nearCrutj Orchard, which he sold at S3 per ucio and was, In addi tion to this amount, 3141,100, worth much moie. Asa partner of M. C. I'oitmtiu, Win. Whitley ran astoreat Stanford and was also associated similarly with Cook & Gieen at Hitstoiivllle. To UK CONTINUED. Ho-ber- U. S. Infantry, formerly of Lincoln county, was shot and seriously wounded while on jjuard hero Saturday eve ninp by the accidental discharge of his rille. Ho had been in ehargo of home prisoners and was about to be relieved to jro to Columbus, O., when he went to hia room and set his rille down. The firing pin struck a box and the rille was discharged, blowing a hole in tho palm of his right hand about tho size of a silver dollar. The bullet passed through his helmet In front of his right eye. He was taken to the hospital and on examination lt was found that an artery was cut in two and two fingers were badly shot to pieces. It was first thought that his hand or two fingers would have to be amputated, but through the advice of Dr. Gibson it was thought best to await further results. ! Tuesday, Sept. 14, 97 (If not sold privately Ixifore) I will at 12 o'clock m. oiTer for sale on tho premises, "Porest Home." the Wautlfut country homo of thu late H S. Withers. Tho Kami Is sit- Order uated one mile from Stanford on thu Lancaster pike and SON, DEHLERS IN COHL, Farmers BankATrnst Co. NOEL 32-o- OtSro Contains 170 Acres, In a high state of cultivation, well watered and fenced, rich and productive, well adapt ed to the growth of grnss, grain, tobacco and stock raising. A largu frame dwelling siiuaieu near toe roan auu summoned deforest and ornamental trees and aNiut 40 acres of woodlaud adjoining garden und orchard on other, containing good fruit, well arranged and fenced. Tho duelling has .S rooms, with halls, ttorches, pan-trund collars, all lu a good .statu of re pair, well linlshed work and every necessary comfort. Outbuildings uro gixxf servants' rooms, barns, .stables, cribs, buggy houses, granery, and pond In 100 yards, grass, itK-- lots well arranged and fenced, cistern at tho door, wells, mhhU und .springs auu an aouiiiiauco 01 water. Will offer 100 acres with all Improvements nhoru mentioned first, then about 40 acres lu front of house and cut nlf bv road, and also tin) entire tract as described will bu offered, retaining thu right to accept best bid. Tho purchaser will get Immediate x)sses-sloufarm: house, yard and garden Jan. uary 1st, lJs. At tho same tltno and place will sell llvo Mock and stuck and crop, consisting of Twelve Good Feeding Cattle, a Lot of Yearling:, Thoroughbred Jersoy Cows, Calves, Horses, Hales, Sheep, Hogs and about 20 Staoks of Hay Tkiims or S.M.K. Kor stck and crop all cash; over that amount U hums under mouths tlmenii notes with approved -- eeu-rlt. The laud will be Mild for one-thi- rd cash; the leinaliilug In ciiuul payments cf I and - years, legal Interest, notes to be dated from day of sale and lien retained tyi land until all uotos are paid, Kor further Information, apply to K. HKll). Executor. ys Ice-hotik nf ir- -0 andllanlsl Ily pniritlont of lu charter, ilclt.iri are a fully prulis.rd at arsdrposltoni In .National iUuka, Ita aharhodr Urlnu l In.llil.lually Habit to the extent of In amount of their stock therein at the par ralui ttirnof, In aiMltlon lo the amount In. In luih ibim, II may acl at eirculor, d. uilnUtialor, truttre, Ac, ai fully an IndltHual. TenJertiiitour thaukalo Iim who hareenlrutt. l thrir biiBlneM lo u, e Irutt they w) continue iu uu mi, ami w oner at a guarantee for prompt attention to tame our SO yean' In bank-- 1 lift and at HUral atxviumolatlont aaare cuniUtrot Sole proprietor of I)n'n Illnck Dlamoud lUwf with aouud liaaklnK. I'alnt. JUtliiules jurnlilnsl fur jwlntlng wood, DiaacroKt, luplal and iron rood. Saliifarlion Kiiamnttr.1 All J.J. William., Mt. Vernon; nuls iualntsl with IVan'a Illack Mamond I'alnt W, II. Cuunulni, iTeachenTllle: warranted for jrran. Dwlrr lu Istt Clitern runii Iron Flltrn. Ua!anliod and Hlack J. II. llllam (,ooch, S. II. Shauii, '.'ttf Iron Ibwtluk'of all klndt. H. J. Liul.ry, J. y. Ca.h, J. K. I.ynn. A. W. Carjsjnler, Stanford; Sllll nmr the lUtlrotJ nd Ktssl K.rlun Paid Cnmiln g, btrwt, Corn mill Hay, Sin!, guiranttsMl. Oil Vrd, Sitttfarllun llly - - Iwt j, OK STANKOUH, KY. Kentuoky. J. II. HUulm'. up Capital, 1200,000 00 17,603 80 Surplus, m in J. "T.Jones, STANFORD, KY ht-l.- sheet mos worn. etl eais-rlem-- i:.l)w'r,r., . MrlU'fee. ey, 3STOTICE Imt I J. Hurry away, girls One of the New York shoe stores contains the following glorious announcement: " "Thin limbs transformed into roundOnly f0 ed beauties while you wait. cents." Of course everybody who saw that sign wanted to know the secret of the thin legs beitig transformed so rapidly, but it turned out that it was an ad. to catch the new girls with straw-lik- e pedal extremities. The legging or boots were stuffed out until they acquired a I'oita fur nlank frncc, All roni drilrinit lMt and rallliiK or (re f'iiccati tlnd what lliey wantat uijr iturc nrar Olar Crwk.on Ihf ik I alo leallni; from Crali Orchard to Stanford kecpon hand a anppljrof plank for finelint. All for ImlMInz purposes, alu Imaid klr.diofltiinlr rou Urslrlinf any aiticlruf andahliiKlea. AH thli klmi can call on me at my aloru nfarC'slar . W. hlNUl.KTIiN. 3J CiecV. orriCBk. S. ll.Shaiiki. I'mMeiit. J. II. Owtlry, Cashier; W, M. UrUhi, Telltr FIRST NATIONAL BANK OV STANHiUI), KV. Attention o( the public li ralle.1 to the f.ict that tnti Is the only .National Hank lu Stanford iIit the irolnloiu ot tho National Hank In. Art ilellorj secured nut aUick LIVERY.FEED& SALE;STABLE hut by tho airiiotkhulilfrt' only hy t tie capitalamount llahlllly for an I'liialln thottok ollut deilionof IhUlmtltu-lio- n sre rcun-- l hy a fund ol iJL0,(K) Kite mora Ivy. tatewriiUof the nuiilltlonol tho bank are made each year lo the l lilted States (iovtrniiirnt and It s Turnoiitt, prompt attention, ery 1 re exaiuiiit-- l at stated time by k'ovoiniiient A ortion of your patioiiau It reaMinalilo rates IS a,'e;ils, thu iHCiirlngaildltional nnd i.Uet aollrlUsi, reftlstuiilly ....Proprietor SHELBY & SHELBY, Capital Stcck 5100,000. Sarpiui 815,750. JunctiontCity, Klrtt-Clas- FIRE INSURANCE Public Sale. FHENIX SOMIMOMa SMMSIMOMiM MBMM M0MMOM3IM 0 nmiranre Lomnanv. r Insurance -- of "BIG CV f M0 VlTfia 4: R. B. MAHONY, Agt., H. de-lra- 1 e. WOMMOM mM PHILLIPS, Gun and Look Smith. MB mm mm Wagnerj-leepln- lf opa-rate- ly mm One-thir- 1 K. iit aiiiiii i rt... )ili iii ,i M.L.