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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897090701 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 1897 $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. SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. SOMKUSKT. ABOUT FA IMS, AC. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER LANCASTER The watermelon feast at Mr- -. Kauff man's was well attended and thu young ladles deserve much credit for their noble efforts to raise a fund for missloi- ury work. S. D. Merritt, formerly of your city, has moved here and Is superintending the electric plant. J. Mort MnthwcU has gone to Mot Springs to be treated for rheumatism. Being less than two months before the election, I again Insist on the nom ination of u democratic candidate for State Senator. It is Garrard's time and I have already suggested the man, Mr. O. T. F.irris. Let a convention bo called at once. I also insist that a nomination be made for icprcncntalivu of this county. Capt. 'A. A. Llkln has beon favorably mentioned for that place. There is a strong feeling hero in fa vor of so changing the jury system us to having a regular jury at each term of court summoned from another county than that In which the court is being held, to try all causes. For instance, Garrard will furnish Lincoln herjurios and Lincoln furnish juries for Garrard courts. Tho wisdom of this system can be readily seen, for the juries would not be acquainted with the parties to the suit and there would be no likes or dislikes, prejudices for or against, to bo considered nor personal, social or political preferences to warp the judgment, which isdonowlth the best men, and when the sanctity of the judiciary is thus invaded it is time to call a halt. It Is hoped that such a plan will bo adopted. The extra cost of having juries from another county would be amply paid by the saving to litigants and the Commonwealth in having few ciws continued on account of T. 1897. NO. 54 X Notwithstanding the conlllct of dates Capt. S. M. Boone, of this city, will address tho old soldiers lit Liberty this both the Williamsburg and Burbotir-vlll- e fairs had good crowds each day week and a good iminy will attend tho and each association undoubtedly mado hero. fair at that place from The railroad company Is preparing to money. The attendance at Williamscut down the largo hill North of the burg Thursday was over 2,"(K) and on depot to ti level and thereby make con- thu same day H,0(lS tickets woro sold at siderable more room for switch yards. Barbourville. Frldaj 's crowds woro pour about the same, save perhaps not quite One of those now to so largo at the latter place. down rains Is needed hero just Tlio stock show and races woro good break up the long dry sell that Is fast up everything. Fanners re- j at both fairs and thu man who didn't parching get value received for the 2." cents he port late corn beyond help. t paid for his ticket has only himself to Tim mmi'isL duto for an entertain Base ball and bicycles havo Is booked blame. ment at the new opera house In the mountains now and each for Oct. mil. The lessee-- , Messrs. Hail, the go A: Ogdoti, will have only the association had a game and races and In Clauneh which no little interest was manifested. best shows on the road or none. The Williamsburg people are u little At Science Hill, .loo Mines attacked and Colyor better equipped as far as grand stand Porry Colyer with a knife shot Mines through the shoulder. Thuy and stables aro concerned, but Barhad had previous trouble ovor a girl. bourville had buttcrshudeund not quite Colver was taken to Somerset and gave as much dust, which well mado up for any short comings there might havo bond for iZOO. been. Neither of the towns are equal nuSunday-schoo- l picnics have been few days anil tlio to the occasion when hotels are taken merous for the past Into consideration, but the landlords email boy was there In his glory. church had one at different iHilnts near at both places did their best, which town and all were wyll attended and ought to havo satisfied all. C. C. McCluro's good gruun pacer parsed off quietly. fair ground; won again at Williamsburg Thnivday, The stockholders ol the after a lengthy consideration have de making two races In as many days. Mo Is a most promising racu horse and can eided that there will be no fair thl: go with the very little training he has ear. Thlr seems strange to the wrltei as '"great crowds" always attend and had in less than 2:W. Mr. Med uro paid .V for him a year ago and refused visitors' fun was always at par. WOO for him ufter his race Thursday. George ltoborts, churned with killmuch talked of $100 ing his nephew at Cumberland Fulls a Thu trot at Williamsburg Friday was won few nights ago. was arraigned before Med Loaf, owned by W. W. Judge Catron Saturday, but the ca-- e by of Mercer. Neale, from Richof witnesses. was continued for lack mond, was second, Aicher, tho Georgia General opinion Is that the deed was horse, third, and Diamond Joe, once done in pride of the Lebanon circuit, The city council at It last meeting the fourth. The entrance foe charged was passed an ordinance that our city snug sum of $10. should be elected at the next No- the At BarlHiU',vIllu Friday tho $200 Hot vember lection, something that has was an easy thing for Jim Wilkes, the not been done for some time, and In Somerset horse, although he lost tho consequence there are dozens of applito Tom Covington. Wilcox's cants for each otliee and the way they llrst heat was Myrtle C. favorite, but It wasn't a are hustling reminds one of the famous day for favorites and she lost. The In Casey not long republican primary ninnlui: racu was u snap for Net), who ago. beat Perry Ballard's Col. Allen In County Supt. Sherman Cooper, who Htraight heats. Kiddle's entry was has been oonllned to his bed for some third. time with typhoid fever, Is consideraThe olllcors and directors of each asbly better and his inuny frluuds'hoo sociation woro particularly kind and for his speedy recovery. Scarlet fever attentive to the visitor and I am under is said to bo scattering In the south lasting obligations to President Dr. G. end, while the scare of our jKjoplu Is M. Albright and Secretary Ward, of about over, caused by the fulso rojK)rt the Barbourville. and President Walkhad reached Durnside er Maon and Secretary Nick Daniels, that s.nall-KiChattanooga. from of the Williamsburg Associations. I Dr. Parkor has Issued a ulrcular trot- also fool thankful for courtesies receivting after the managers of the water ed at the hands of Mr. J. M. Middoll, works for furnishing such water as they the revenue man, who at present makes have for the past suveral days, as It has his home at BurlKiurvIllc. been the color of "hog wallow." Wo Tlio unusual sight of a understand they aro building a new man riding In a race was not on thu reservoir and will put In a good titter. program but was soon at Barbourville, One of the warmest and closest prl when Dr. Mill, of Manchester, rode maries ever held in this county will In a pacing race and won first money take place on Oct. Uth between Judge without trouble. Tho old gentleman T. A. Morrow and James Denton for was defeated In the gentleman's riding the republican nomination for circuit ring, the llrst time in thu 10 times he jjdge In this district. A full vote wll has shown. The mountain towns are not humping bj cast and the majority in the county It may go will be small. themselves as far as growth Is concernfor whom From Indications and rojorts from over ed, but most of them are holding their boom towns have a the district the race will be Interesting own. "Biu-tedhard time getting a second boom and and close. The supposed appearance of a mad more prosperity than has yet arrived dog upon the streets Saturday caused will have to put in appearance before more excitement than ha been here they begin to Improve much. Jollieo looks considerably "woio foi some time. After being chased by a large crowd through the prineiKil for wear" since the lire of two weeks streets and lired upon by "Jumbo's" ago. Temporary houses for saloons big pistol, it quietly disappeared In a have been put up, but aiido from this corn Held near Walls Mill with as no ellort lias been made to clean up the debris. Thirteen saloons now do a much life as it entered town with. An unsuccessful attempt to commit thriving business in the little town of rape was made In South Somerset Sun- less than 1,000 Inhabitants and two day morning at about 4 a. M. Klmer more will be opened In a few weeks. Allen, a Negro of about 'I'l years, entered the room of Anna Norrls, white, There are live saloons adjoining each aged II, and attempted to commit the other In tho "wettest" part of town. devilish deed. Mcr screams bi ought Business, other than the sale of whisher father to her rescue, but ho was ky, Is dull there, unused no doubt by llred upon several times by tho Negro and was compelled to turn back in or- tho prolonged strike, and a house or der to save IiIh life. Tho Negro then two has been closed until tho miners go struck tlio girl on tho head several back to work. times with his pistol, and again made I spent un hour or two in Mlddlcs-borthe attempt, but for tho Interference of but as her citizens uro so sensiseveral women who entered thu room with clubs, etc., and thu nerve to back tive I shall be particularly careful them, lie wus soon run out of the room, what f say ubout tliu erstwhile boom lie tried to escapo, but Mob Collier, the town. I shall not mention tho mimo of terror to evil doers, was put on his trail and in short time was landed in jail. any of her citizens either for damage The girl Is poor but respectable, while suits aro monstrous fashionable In that her father Is claimed to bo of not much neck o' the woods. "Gcncrul Prosperimportance. Tho examining trial Is ity" wus not much In evidence, but her V. II. C. set for Monday. people uro patient and J. V. Clarke, a pt eminent stockman and Mlcuwber like- they aro murmuring of Bartow, Flu., committed suicide in a not but waiting for something to turn hotel at Atlanta by taking morphine. up. The good grocery linn of RobinTho day before Clarke, who for 12 son Bros., formerly Lincoln county years had been a total abstainer, wus induced to tako a drink. Soon he wus boys, Is no more. Thoy havo sold out drunk and whllo suffering from tho ef- and Mr. James B. Moblnson, who has fects of his debauch, he took tho fatal been conducting tho business, is devotdose of morphine. ing his attention to his landed Interests Tho fever which has beon epidemic as well as to his interest in a tlrm or so at Ocean Springs, Miss., bus been pronounced yellow fever aftor a visit of there. Mr. Moblnson is one of tho fow Investigation by representatives of the men who are still ahead on Middles-borBoards of Health of Alabama, MissisThe Pennington family is getsippi and Louisiana. Ten persons havo ting on all right, but it doesn't tako one s died and there has been u general from the town to different South- long to conclude that each member of tho family would like to bo back In ern cities. Tho touchers' instltuto at Clarks- Stanford. Miss Lou Bright, another burg, W. Va., passed resolutions con- Lincoln county product, has a uood no- demning tho habit of those male teach- sitiou as manager of the telephone o.- ers who sit In tho schoolroom with ununge, wniiQ ftiutt woou&on, who martheir hair parted In tno middle and ried In this county, distheir pants In their boot tops and tho patcher and money lender, is train growing womon for golug barefooted. richer us he grows older. F. C. W. free-for-a- ll God-dard, self-defens- e. MATRJM0NIAL. May Spears and Miss Emma Durham, both of Casey, were married by Eld. J. Q. Montgomery last week. We Havo One h Miss Carol B. Dinsmorc, a pretty young woman of 22 years, wus murrled In New York to John Taylor, a hideous Chinaman, who has been u year In this And do not deny It Our hobbv country. Angeles millionaire, killed himself by jumping from a train near Wheatland, Iowa. A Mopkinsvilie girl of 17 went to the Centennial at Nnshvlllo and married. She didn't find it much of a joke, so next day she left her husband and brought suit for divorce. General Longstreet, Gen. Lee's "right urm." who is now 70 years old, will wed Miss Ellen Dorteh, who Los W. Mussell Ward, an Englishman, recently eloped with the wife of a Nice Goods At Low Prices Our Pull Suitings cannot be exeelleil In Price. Style mid Material, l'lno lino of Shoes Nobbiest Hats. JIoitStlMi Neckwear, Neut-- et Shirts, Manhattan Shirts, &tetou Huts. RIDING A HOBBY THE 232 G-LOB- E, J. h. riJOHMAN 2.iC A. CO.. Xos. nnd Main St., - - Danville, Ky. if Where to Send My Girl to School ? PP Send Her to Stanford College. ussistant State librarian of Georgia, It has trained and experienced teachtraining of (,'lrl- - In all grades. It wus established for the welfare and convenience of Stanford anil Lincoln county. Let nil tho pretty. people of Stanford and nrtllvdpiitlng their Intltienco Michurd Checsemun, 70, und Mrs. er schools. lullyaround vicinity, Instead give It their united and heartyby patronizing oththe College and support. Next Session opens Sept. Cth. Tor full Information call on Mrs. S.mllev at the college or 03, were married at Pliu'be Medrlck, write for catalogue. M. SHKIfON. I'ltntDK.vr. Mager&town, Ind. They were sweethearts ."iO years ago, but tho course of who Is only 22 und Is said to be very It has full Courses of Ptudv In all departments. ers. It him nil needful facilities- for the thorough true love did not run smooth and each formed other marital ties, raising largo families. w W"'"m Wc " """ v !,jH A- - at tho residence of her stepfather, Mr. A. A. Mclvlnney, Miss ': Edna Muriel Courts will become Mrs. Wultor K. Smith and shortly thereaf- 'tVl ter will leave for the groom's home at Clifton Forge, Va. The papers of that town speak of Mr. Smith In the highest terms and we know ho must be a good man since he Is partnership with tho friend of our boyhood days, W. W. Moody, In the hardware business. Miss AVI Ednu is one of our loveliest young la- rlv dles; lovely not only of figure and feaS ?: tures, but in manners and disposition. In congratulating Mr. Smith on having 11 won hor, we express the sentiment of the entire community when we wish for hor all the joys that happy marriage can bring. Mr. P. S. Boxley, of Clifton Forge, will come with Mr. Smith and be his best man. COLORED INSTITUTE. Tho Lincoln County Institute of Colored Teachers convened nt Hustonvlllo at 10::t0 A. M., Aug. ;i0th, with Miss Kate Blaln, the county superintendent, presiding and Prof. F. L. Williams, of tho Louisville High School, as Instructor. Miss Lutllla Gtvens was appointed secretary. Miss Annie M. Stewart and Mr. R. C. Durham were appointed to act with Prof. Williams In the mutter of arranging the program and assigning the topics to tho different teachers. During the week the follow ing teachers were enrolled: Mrs. Plcusle Robynson, Misses Annie M. Stewart, Mollle B. Glvens, Annie B. Whitley. Cora B. G I vens, Sarah Denny, Lutllla Glvens, Florence Cook, Maggie Buckner and Miss Owens, Mrs. E. B. Knox and Mrs. Owens, Dr. W. D. Tardlf, Rev. J. W. Stanton, Messrs.' E. B. Cheatham, C. S. and R. H. May nes, R. C. Durham and Mr. Owens. The session as u whole was a most In torosting one, each teacher performed his or her work ably and well and showed his ability to teach. The Instructor is one of those few men who havo that ability to throw around each subject so much Interest, and present it In such pleasing ways that each subject was taken up with renewed energy and thought, and the Institute as one recognized and wus fully convinced of his ableness, worth und merit. Ho ranks among our best educators as a man of high Integrity and sterling worth. The psychological thought and classification of the school branches as presented by him and dlscu&sed by the dltlerent teachers made more apparent tho fact that us teachers nnd educators wo can and must go on In the march of WHEAT. "rc l)roPaml t0 storo w'uat nt a less price than you can store self. Cull and eo us and we It your-W I Will Either Buy or Store Kor von. oui-ce- rs J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. hung juries. Circuit court adjourned Saturday aftor a term of three weeks, during which x much business was dispo-e- d of. Since my last letter Thomas Cecil was lined jlUU for malicious shooting and wounding. Leo Humphrey was sentenced to a term of two years In the penitentiary for liorso stealing, having confessed to the charge. Me said that he traded the horse for a bicycle, which ran off with li i tn and ho sold it lor 00 cents. This conduct and his general appearance indicate that he has a weak mind. Jusper Nou was sentenced for two years .'or forging thu name of James Burnsidu to a check for $40 and attempting to got goods and cash for It from J. X. Dunn. Counsel for the defense in the Tudor case mado a motion for a new hearing, submitting a number of grounds, but Judge Saulley Furniture, Carpets. Wall Paper, MATT! DIG. We are making preparations for a big output of goods. When you hear our pri- priccs you will then know we mean to sell the goods. Our aim in making these un. precedented prices is to reach out and furnish our adjotding counties, which fact has nlways proven itself where a customer favored us with a call. We are heio for business, quick sales and small piofiK W- - W. thought the trial was legally conducted and overrulud the motion. An appeal was prayed for and granted. Tudor was sentenced to '1 years and It was ordered that execution of judgment be suspended for (10 days to await the action of the court of appeals. PIgflMWji Branch Store at Ilustonville, 11. " - WITHERS. STANFORD. li. Camnitz, Manager. "'' ' ?A '! Scfioof Books. -- W,Xc. VICINITY NEWS. has been established at Fbonoor, Mercer county, and Fdward P Burton appointed postmastor. In Boll county Seymour Spencer was killed by William Mooro, a deputy sheriff. Two othur men were badly injured in tho light. The deputy was trying to arrest Spencer. Damvim.K -- Mrs. Kmellne Smiley, wife of V. W. Smiley, died, aged (10. Three grown children survive her. B. G. Fox fc Co.. have bought in the past three weeks, 02 mules, three to six j ears old, at $15 to $7,". Nicholas villo won the ponnnt in tho Blue Grass Ball League. Versailles wus second ami Marrodsburg third. Danville and Marrodsburg had a light for tho tall ond, which was won by the A co Everything in stock to supply your wants. SCHOOL TABLETS And Stationery at the Lowest Cash Prices. " NO SUCH BARGAINS IN gSgMfgi DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. fS"Can be found eNewhero. We Invite comparison with W. B. MoBOBEETS. Tabfets And Scfioof Suppfies any line. latter. o, long-sufferin- g - o. oxo-du- as-ohi- cussion of school work and plans for tho embettennent of the same. Our county superintendent showed by her continued presence and some timely remarks no little amount of Interest In ' the work. A committee for the arrangement of a special programo for Thursday evening was appointed its follows: Dr. Tardlff, Mrs. Robynson and E. B. Wo beg to offer our heartiest con- Chcathura. It was a good one und gratulations to our highly esteemed elicited no few remarks of satisfaction friend, W. P. Wulton, of the Stanford and applause. The committee on resoInterior Journal, for tho able man- lutions made their report on Friday ner in which he has represented tho morning. The county touchers' ussoclation democratic party in a discussion mining through soveral months, at Irreg- was organized with the county superintendent us president and Miss Lutllular intervuls, with Hon. Henry tho brilliant editor of the Lou- la Glvens vice president und Preach isville Courier Journal. Mr. Walton ersville the llrst plueo of meeting on Adjournment has kept scrupulously clear of vituper- Saturday, Sept. 25th. ation and abuse, supportingjlils sldo of being In order wo adjourned slno die, tho controversy in a conservative, ufter singing "God bo with you till we forceful way. He pleads earnestly for meet again." Tho resolutions endorso Miss Kate the return of Mr. Wutterson and thoso who huvo been beguiled by his specious Blaln's administration of the school arguments to thu true democratic fold. affairs of tho county and pledgu the efforts of tho teaohors to secure her 11. J. Nowlon In Owentou News. - election; commend Prof. Frunk WilA man named Ituor assigned at Puducuh, no doubt becuuseiof too much liams us Instructor, he having succeeded so admirably In his work that ho cuttlug in prices. Wat-terson, Mr. Thomas Lee, youngest son of Col. Joe Lee, of this county, and MUs Fllen Brewer, the extremely protty daughter of Mr. J. W. Brewer, of Mar rodsburg, were married at Lancaster by Klder Wuldon. Will Gentry, K. G. Evans, Joe McDowell, T. L. Lillard, John Harris and A. W. Eustlund bought of John M. VunMeter, u prominent Ohio furmer, 5!t0 bushels of seed wheat, for which they paid $."40. Tho wheat has been received and Is very line. progress. Tho entire week was used in tho dis- PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Is asked to return next year; pledge Craig Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry. Iloyle Co. earnest endeavor to place the schools Poultry Yard. A word In th fanners. If you make money In on a higher basis; promise to discourthis Iay and time j on must keep up with the age the custom of endeavoring to sup- ami keep tlioroiiglilireils. They mature earlier tliuei with a prolit of more than fiU percent. The arrangement plant follow teachers; return thanks to ot our yards li such that there can be no mix In the people of Hustonvlllo for Interest breeds. We guarantee all et!s fertile when shlpied. II. II. manifested und hospitality exteuded; Surlieri:l Pit Hames. Imp. setting ol 15 Eggs, Sl.00 Ctlelirated Pit (Ssnie " " ' 51 oo .so Miss Lutllla Glvens for etlielent whiloCrested Illacfe Polish " to " IteU Cap, Imported " il M work as secretary, Dr. Tardlf as organ- Ulaclc Minorca. s.'.O) " " wandotte, ist, und Rev. Stanton us chaplain, und Silver Plymouth ltotlc, ' Marred 51.50 endorse the Normal School at FrankAll lireeUs score above IK) points. protest against those holding fort, but CHAIG llltOS., Pros., Junction City. Ky. diplomas in It being exempted from examination, unless Berea and other colleges uro Included, Berea especially being equal and In some respects supeUndertaker, rior In grade to tho Normal. The resj olutions conclude with un arraignment Hustonville, - - - (Kentucky of Mr. Isuae Fisher, principal of the of West Lincoln Otters his sen Ices MeKlnney school, for failure to attend and Coney counties. to the eople Colbusaud s Kull stock ot according to law anu uptho Instltuto always on hand. 95 li. a. CarH.iiter. Manager. on tho cull of the superintendent, thereby showing und proving that he is simply In the county for the loaves M'KINNEY, and tishes and not for tho good of tho GEORGE H. Illuo-Gni- J. T. STJTTONT, -- Cs.sk-et- colored pupils and that It is tho will of tho Institute that he be reprimanded, censured and without due satisfaction to the superintendent, bo debarred from teaching In tho schools of the Pension & Claim Agent, Box 44, Mus Stanford, Ky. 'J and Annie Whitley. Sb'ned J. W. Stanton, 'M. B. Glvens had 12 Depa trneuts year's practice before all tho la Washington City. iJh ., ll Mil, Wattekson closes tlio desul-ter- y It is thought that bofon tho woekj Jersey cow for sale. Fresh for Iter. J. C. McClary. havo ends THE INTERIOR JOURNAL in forcross firingofthat wo havo indulged been tho greut coal strlko G. A. Slier, Lucius Perkins and G. settled. n couple months by magnanA. Swlnobroad bought four car loads of A fellow set a trot lino in tho Arkanimously publishing our hist articlo in 2 was horrlflcd-nex- t Sept 7. 1897 full with no comment save that con- sas river at Hob Roy and had caught u cattlo In Campbell county, Tunn., at Ky., Stanford. to :Uc. day to find that he tained in these head lined: "nomocra J. E. Combs, Hanly, sold to J. F. o cy in Kentucky. The Situation and dead Xegro. & Co.. 2,400 bushels of wheat at express train struck a bull A Wabash Duty As a Good Man Sees Them. But W. P. WAL.TOX. near Forristell, Mo. Ten cars were de and guts tho benefit of a rise. JessaThere are Others and Others Still. Let us Do Right." This indicates to some railed, tho englneor fatally hurt and a mine Journal. The Louisvillo Storo Is the on st keeper's, tho boys', the girls", the men and woDEMOCRATIC TICKET. Star Polntor defeated .loo P.itchon men's Klondike It'rt a initio of Inrgtiiu, a rich Placer of big nuggim They icqiiirc extent that Mr. Wattcrson is like King tramp killed. Betsy Mulllns, the famous Hancock In straight heats in the match race at no digging out of musty corner. No, they glitter attention ovory whore They Agrippa "almost pursuaded," but like ForApiate Cl'k; S. J. SHACKELFORD him also wants to wait for "a more con county, Tenu. woman moonshiner, Is Hartford, Conn., Friday. Tho best line the shelves ami the llior in tlio " Circuit Judge, M. C. SAUFLEY. vonient season." Well au revoir. old dead at tho ago of Ho years. Sho weigh tlmo was2:0.'l!. " Com'lth Attorney, J. S.' OWSLEY, Jr. friend; may (Jod bo with you till we ed 7 IS pounds. Forty per cent, of the wheat crop In , - V. '. NORTH. " Ruby Daniels, of Prlncoton, run Woodford county Is balng held for meet again at Philllpl. " County Judge, - JAS. P. BAILEY. away from home, thereby forfeiting a Sl.2."i. An Increased acreage of wheat " County Clerk; - GEO. P. COOPER. Tub mercantile agencies report de- fortune of 81S.000, which her uncle had will be sown this fall. " County Attorney, IIARVEY HELM. cided improvement in business. The willed to her. Mike Sullivan, of the Chllosburg " Circuit Clerk; J. F. IIOLDAM. number of failures in August were 17 A Michigan school teacher commit neighborhood, has sold his crop of They cover the bows' ami iii'mi'm hack with ' Sherhr, - - SAML. M. OWENS per cent, less than the corresponding ted suicide by wrapping herself In a about 200 barrels of corn at $1.7", to be " Jailer, - - GEO. IP. DEliORD. month last year, while the liabilities blanket saturated with coal oil and sot- delivered in Winchester. " Asmsor, - - C. G. 1SAKER. were over 70 per cent, smaller. The ting lire to It. V. M. Rice, of IlodgovUle, bought a I " Coroner, - - WM. LANDGRAF. improvement Is natural and to bo ex0 number of sugar mules at tho Barbour A lire at Sobreo, this State, did Supt. School, GARLAND JINGLETON pected. It had gotten so bad It could' worth of damage and while it was villi; fair at $00 to 3100. There were hardly get worse, and when anything under headway a half dozen or more several other buyers there. Young Ladies and Women with the Newest Stylet of Yesterday being n legal holiday Tub Hon. Augustus E. Willson. one gets that way It usuully corrects itself. houses were robbed. Angry men In three Tennessee coun- there was no transactions in tho city of the best men in the republican par- It would have been the same had Bryin which he de- an or tho prohibition candidate been ties are looking for Fred Moore to markets in wheat or anything else, but ty, has written a letter lynch him, but the olllcers have suc- J. II. Baughman it Co. bought a small clares his intention of voting for Mr. elected president. crop or two at DOc. Weaver, the democratic candidate for Mn. Clint B. Lkiqh Is doing the ceeded In hiding him The lust dnysof August are to bo memorable for the W. W. Wright, of Ilustonvllle, has was given 10 mayor of Louisville, and in words that Kentucky news business of tho Louis When Henry Frazler voars at Whltcsbursr for killing Ell the best herd of short horns that we burn states his reasons therefor. He ville Dispatch and being experienced regards Mr. Todd, the republican nom- In Kentucky affairs, Is making It a very Ison bo laughed heartily and thanked have heard of In the country. One cow weighs l..'U2 pounds, a inee, as the most dangerous and un interesting feature. Tho Leigh broth- the jury in a happy speech. Col. W. L. Crabb was hold over at couple of heifers D02 and 1,214, a yearscrupulous man who ever seized upon ers seem to be born newspaper men, party machinery for the accomplish- Ed and Clint being two of an unusually New Castle under $2,000 bond for sell- ling bull 1,000 and a last Aj ril calf 510. ing whisky that he had borrowed mon" Can you beat it? ment of private ends. So greatly is he good kind. Up to date, Messrs. Covington, Arey on from a taGrangu bank. mania that afllicted with the political We are Indebted to the Loxlngton Mrs. E. S. Steele, for years a beggar nold it Bro., of Richmond, havo bought And you must remember Unit every time j on buy a summer article it is nt it greatly he is no longer able to decide between reduced price. Specinl reduction on Ladies', Misses and Childten's right and wrong, good or bad, but con Herald for a very high compliment, at Evansvllle. Ind., died last week and about 4..000 bushels of wheat at an av siders any means j ustifiable to secure which we refrain from reproducing for it has been found that she had .'10,000 erage of 70 cts. Supposing this wheat is held for $1, it will net them the that for which he strives. Among the fear our readers might think we are worth of property in other cities. A convict in the Tennessee State pri- handsome profit of 1.'1,."00. They havo brings vain. The good words are appreciated scores of indictments that he son was pardoned by Gov. Taylor so paid $1 only for one crop of 21(5 bush in the very heartily, however, little us we against him is his them. that he could bo taken to Indianapolis els. Regi-te- r. political confidence game that had for Also Vest, Shirt Waist- and Dress (inds. Special reduction In llu'n and At the Kuiwis City horse show Kento stand trial for murdering a fireman. its object the election of Dr. Hunter for Mens' POLITICS Willis Lawrence, of Barron county, tucky animals wore dead in it. Tho Senator, a man who was exposed in cor, populists and shot and Instantly killed his brother-in-la- first prlzo $.')O0, wont to Rex McDonald rupt propositions to the The Pennsylvania boltocrats decided Frank Bishop, who had abused exhibited by John T. Hughes, Lexingis under serious criminal charges, not to put out candidates for State the former's mother and beat his Min ton. Tho second money, 42.10, was which alone should absolve him from treasurer and auditor general. Mint of them go at half price. Hilbrigan I'nderwwir, Ouliug Shirts At'. awarded to Monte Chrlsto, Jr., exhibthe support of decent republicans. Mr. W. S. Kaltcnbacher, formerly editor er. John Sweozee, "artful dodger " ited by J. T. Crenshaw, Scott ..Station, Willson follows up his denunciation of of the Shelby Newo. is a candidate for tho Franklin Fair, at whose head balls and tho third prize, Jl.V). was awarded Todd with high compliments of Weav- doorkeeper of the next State Senate. were thrown for cigars, was hit and to Matilda, exhibited by John B. er, whose election seems assured", since A statement by the auditor shows dropped to the ground with a broken Louisville. The Ball Brothso prominent a republican with thous- that the deficit in tho State treasury jaw. ers, of Versailles, also took premium. Hat begun lo arrive aid we eau show jmi .something new every day. Give n n call. ands of votes at his back has declared li less than it has been for three years. The sheriff of Honry county Friday for him, and who will restore the city The Russellville Herald, which sup- paid In $21,000, the total amount of taxBRODHefiD. to its former standing by giving It an ported Palmer and Buckner, will sup- es due. and received his quietus. This Dr. J. W. Grant is at tho Frith Hotul honest and Incorruptible administra- port the democaatic ticket from Shack, is the first county to settle In full for improving each idle momenta well as tion. clford down. a great many decayed teeth. this year. A. UIWANSKY CO, 1'nonmrroiw R. II. Hamm, tho fair company'- Democrats would not go to hear CanA NUMUKit of papers Sunday pubJ. II. Bobo, a farmer residing near manager, is upand business T. I) KNKY, Managkh. didate Hindman at Marion, and his Roswell. Ga., has been arrested charg lished a long letter from Hon. W. J. after slaying in doors a daugh week. Bryan on the apparent collapse of his crowd of 100 was composed chiefly of ed with causing his Pari, Carlisle, Ml. Sterling, Hardstovrn, Law rencehurg, f'yiiUiinnn, Versailles, Etni- There is but one coon in Brodhoad argument last Full that the prices of republicans. Louisvillo Dispatch. ter to commit suicide by his inhuman nonce, Georgetown. Eluabctlitown, Frankfort ninl .Mnuckrort, Ind but tho citizens here consumed three The democrats of Bell met Saturduy treatment. wheat and silver went together. He wagon loads of watermelons says wheat has risen because of the and decided to make no nominations Six people were killed, a number of just us easy without the coon. Saturday for county ofllces but will in the main others injured and much property de foreign demand for it and that silver Billy mid Arch Albright returned and wheat havo parted company be- support the Independent republican stroyed by an explosion of natural gas Saturday from tho Barbourvllle fair. Billy says Dick Flko cause the law of supply and demand ticket. at Broad Ripple, about 10 miles from quite a noted turfman;has gotten to be won every mule The Negro that a Congressman from Indianapolis. regulates the price of both. The weakruco just us natural as though It was on Cincinnati, appointed to a cadetship ness of the republican position is While two children of Nat Cox, of tlio urodhcad track. E. J. Ballard, a veteran pensioner, is shown by their joy over events which and over which a big row was raised, Taylor county, were playing hide and the administration and their policies failed to pass the examination. He got seek, they were bitten by a rattlesnake a conspicuous flgureonour streets each achof day appropriating are In no wise responsible for. If they rattled and couldn't spell tho easiest and killed, one dying In five minutes es as a Bethurum one bushelDiek Wilbrace. words, desire to claim the credit for the high liams is now preparing a dose and on And now comes Col. Andrew Cowan, the other in 10. s price of wheat they must assume tho a life long republican of Louisville, will A scolding wife in Cushing, O. T., election day these old responsibility for the famine in India. who says he will vote for Wheeler for went to a rcli'Mous revival the other make a dishonorable disgorge. Tato Itninaii Pink's niul Stripe, nil the ko. I've g)t tliem. Tl He thinks that the price of wheat will mayor, because Todd has joined the day and now says that nine devils have not the forbidden fruit. n popular conuru beauties Look Capt. W. II. Williams, Her husband ductor on the Southern out of Jelllco, nt them. fall when tho foreign demand becomes durk lantern crowd and turned his back been cast out of her. normal and that the present spasmodic upon the best element of the party. can't understand what became of tho Is tho sruest of Miss Lula Edwards at J. W. Tato's. Uncle Jim Crawford, just rise will aid rather than injure the Suite Inspector Lester occupying rest of them. up the little rivulet which flows thro cause of bimetallism. Judge Lewis' jxwltion on the court of The governor of West Virginia com- th's place, will In the course of two appeals bench would be a circus equal muted the sentence of Seymour Gray, weeks bo found watching sparkling Tun Democratic State Central Com- to Tobe Grider's show, which ''was so who escaped jail a few days before he drops of pplo Jack from the worm of the mittee met at Lexington and decided d d bad was good." Lester may sit was to bo hung, to imprisonment for his distillery. it A pronounced case of diphtheria had not to name a campaign committee, but In Lewis' seat, but a legion of Lestcrs life. After getting out of jail, he made that death effect Tuesto give Chairman P. P. Johnslon full no especial attempt to conceal himself. day on tho two year-ol- d can not fill It. Glasgow Times. girl of Mrs. power to direct affairs as he sees propWhile in a lit of jealousy, and while Nannie I'rowitt. Much fear is enterIf tho pension llt-- t continues to grow er. Owen Cochran was chosen secre- as develop. it has done since March 4, it will be under the influence of liquor, William tained that other cases will tho board IilOHt and hum apirnvei tUyle ami lelgin. Every liiitrutiu-n- Ciinntntcod. A Com- Dr. 1. Benton, tary of tho committee and T. B. Crom- only a Honstetter shot his wife, theu killed of health at thisrepresenting rout tho short time until everyone in the pli-place, will Muc of well assistant with headquarters estabNorth is supported by the government himself nt Cincinnati. Honstetter had citizens into cleansing their premises lished at Lexington. The committee- and questions of how to secure their charge of the animals at the zoologi- of tho numberless disease gornis. men report the party in fine shape all J. II. Vunllook and family, of daily bread, pie and cake will have no cal gardens for years and was a noted are with their uncle and. aunt, . over the State and expressed themMi-- , iiml further interest for the Northern pa Hon traine.-lr. VMM!vitiil. Mi-- Vim selves confident of the election of Coombs, who was alleged to Hook for several yeara has been con Mrs. triot for revenue only. Louisville Shackelford. During the campaign, it Post. have killed Miss Hooker, In Clay coun- nected with the tomato cannery at that . is proposed to have Hon. W. J. Bryan, Wu KU.iruntoo I'rlci-- and Quality, In proof of our assertion that Gov. ty, because of Improper relations be- point and says the firm has lately un- rAiul Surgical Siippllt-- u Congressman Joseph W. Bailey, of Hindman makes. a speech on every oc- tween Miss Hooker and her husband, loaded 70,00(i cans and that because the Texas, and Senator John W. Daniel, casion Green Keller, of tho. Carlisle has sued the Courier Journal for S 100, drouth damaged the crop at least one St half not more than half the empties of Virginia, and other distinguished Mercury, says: In the eurly 'SOs Brer 030, charging story Is false will be used. that the men, make speeches at the more impor- Hindman was elected to the Legisla- and without foundation in fact. Deputy Sherill CM. Cummins and Haley made quite an tant points of the State. ture to fill a vacancy caused by the Frank Mueller was electrocuted in Johnestate last week. Mr. exchange in Haley takes death of a member during the session, the Ohio penitentiary Friday morning real possession of Mr. Cummins' larm in Tub case of John G. Woods, who ap- and wnon the tall man from Adair was for ti,e murder of Mrs. Saluda Miller, the country eight miles from town, plied for an Injunction to prevent his sworn in, he made a speech before the wife o( his employer, bv stabbing while the latter occupies tho former's reduction by the postmuster general the sergeant-at-arm- s In tomlmit part of Having coiislilorc-i- tlioquoitlou from iilimMtuwry Htiuidpolnt, we Imvu could show him her in tho face with a pitchfork and old arm chair 'in...the Southern ....... iiui oi.....i,v ....... i... ..in...... from tho position of superintendent of his seat, andfhe was scarcely ever quiet breaking her neck with an ax. lo con- - difference ull of a Bryan color and not the mails at Louisville to a clerkship over half an hour at a time. ceal the crime ho put the body In a a dollar of their "yaller belief." in the railway mall service, Is attractWil.iou Huff, aged '21, and married, sack and hid It. ing a great deal of careful and prayerTold gone to ' and Joe Singleton aged 60, quarreled Ili'gtniiliig July I, 1SU7, Ix'lUivIng tliut It will lo inoro satisfactory to ltotli liiiyoriiiid selicr. Several hundred men have ful attention to those who want to hold over some hogs belonging to the latter No had debts will Hccumulutu, cnuxcquoutly wo can goods It will tuko much ln un,i destroying corn in on and thoso who wish to get In it. It Vine Grove, Hardin county, went work on the Skaguay trail to tho dike region. Work is in progress for Hull's field, when apparantly without loss capital, our expenses will bo less and there Is every reason why the cash system will will be made a test case and its hear- wet Saturday 54 to 411. f aml lt " lioujrht cause blngleton wus blown to tho prove, satisfactory. Wo only usk you i try It awhile ami If you find It Is not to your adO. L. Garron, a young electrician, i " ing Saturday was postponed in order to ground by Hull with a double barrel vantage, wo will not kick on your buying from merchants who Hell on credit. Wo tiro De completed in 10 (lays, ' u,e roluo WI nt Loxhmtnn. give the attorney general time to pre- died of hfecmir-hshot gun, the load taking effect in the wo can sell yougoods from 10 tj S i p r cent, die ip r than tlio credit men and till Mr. Frazer, who accidentally killed This, if done, will enable the company - loft side and covering a radius of seven should certainly bo uu Inducement to you. pare an elaborate and careful arguVery truly, ' its provlaloos, stock, iniul stactpht inchcs, causing death to onsuo ment. No matter how tho lower court himself at Pvnthlnnii held 3.,o,000 itf,. l? KOt ? operate dog teams all winter or 18 hours. tlon and tn At last accounts tho young decides the case will be taken to the insurance. from Klondide to the American lino. man was being guarded and trial was supremo court and It bids fair to beA Bardstown Negro Is wanted for set for Tuesday. Both parties llvo near Conway. scalding his wife when he saw her talkcome a casus celebre. FARM AND TRADE, ing to a man be was jealous of. After eloping with ICdgar Clssell, of Clover and timothy seed for sale F has Herd, Hunter's Frank Duflleld, a convict at ColumSpencer county, to JofTebonvillo, Sun- turned up at Pha-nix- , Arz., bearing bus, O, cut his throat with a suspender Held, Stanford. ilnl- - Altuu ttltf. 'Phnifliwnil nf ATnlunn Headed toy U. S. lylOlDEL, letters of recommendation from his buckle and barely escaped dying. T. J. Hill bought of various parties countyi changed her mind and said no Son of Klovor's Modol, No. 211,7 1!, tho greatest breeding DO. 38,353. hog living, und HUNDLEY'S late master, ulthough he knew that after getting in the presence of tlio OLAUDK, o. I2.MU, son of tho World's Columbian Champion, Claude, No n,007. Flno, A coal dust explosion in tho Sun- US calves at an average of SI?. toppy young boars ready for service. A fow show gilts old enough to breed, und bred iowh Herd was one of the biggest rascals for shine coal mine at Sunshine, Col., kill- W. II. Murphy bought last week of man who was to tie the knot. u specialty. lorsaie, mis siock is biricuy in uvorv respect, with l f to SJc. .. his size in tho country. That made no uu u iiuiiuuD uu uuu wt various parties 127 hogs at Itriltrinfiain'lnnj-pedigrees. iiuiunuan. A Aqw Jorsov iiollueman who wus hco my hogs.Prices reasonable und .satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wunis or coino und difference with old gum shoe, however, James Joyce was killed and David ' J. L. Jurvis & Bro. bought six 800- - 8ll.uck by lightning the other day, A f6w fresh Jersey Cows for sale. Thoy uro good ones. Also Mammoth Pokln Duck whoso recommendation wouldn't go Kvlo was at .'to. pound heifers, claims that it cured a chronic case of Eggs, SI for 13. f.itnlK-- tnim-m- l A. K. HUNDLEY, llov lus, Danville, Ky. in anywhere he is known. Tho )rlc0 cnrront estimates tho corn rheiuatlom. But few people will, how runaway accident near Covington. ever, like to try the remedy. Mn,-...- . ...r,i it ..i,. win yield of tho U. S. at l,7.0,O0O,00O bush- THE meanest things ever printed Next Sunday low rates again to Cinabout Hunter were promulgated by tho ed his. father in, St. . Louis, when he! O. P. Hutlman bought of Win. Gooch cinnati. Usual low rate excursion via . , six republicans, who refused to help ciuuu iiuuiu uruiiK luiu uuuscu nis mom some heifers at He und of Woods it tho Queen it Cre-ccBoute, Sunday or. Sept. 12. Ask agents for particulars. make him senator, and tho hardest lick rour masKcu men rouoeu a passon- -' Lynn some hogs at :ic. Mayor Todd has received was from a' g0r train at Twin Mountain, Col. Their Courier Journal's heat in 2:0S at Co republican. Tho ono got knocked out booty is estimated at from $o,000 to lumbiis, Is tho fastest heat ever trotted IS LAST. i und tho other will get kicked out. 815,000. 0l- - ,Wced in the 2::10 class Tlioy am here at lut to furiiMi you all Is Receiving his- A company capitalized at S7o.000.000 Woods it Lynn shipped a car load of kind of FltK.SH .MEATS nut tin In flrst..iin.. A deaf rruto has been admitted to the bar in California. He'll necessari- has been incorporated to build a ship ' butcher cattlo to Cincinnati Saturday iylo on Lancaster St., opp. mitun ly be tho silont partner in any firm canal and railway across the Florida ..i.ll. they bought In l.o section at .) "" to Crubmil liu run III ulowil OUCH IlIlV " und Orchard twlcu week. that ho er.ter8. peninsula. J. L. JAKVIS & IIUO. to 3c. tioods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. win-wi- - Head Tills Taiiee. 1 1 llo-rin- 1 neprm-ntntiie- -- Carpet and. Drapery Departments. $20,-00- Bpand New Clothing DRESS GOODS ! ld Slashing And Cutting of Prices. r de-ser- Oxfords, Summer Parasols, Fans, &c. Clothing-- Shoes, Straw Hats, &c. I Ca-tluni- OUR FALL LINE THE LOUISVILLE STORE. all-arou- ld NECKTIES J. MeROBERTS. t pouch-eater- The Newest Things Out. H. never-fallin- g TRUSSES t .mh-IiiHi I y, Fountain and Household Syringes, Hot Water and Ice Bags, CRAIG HOOKER. K l mrdToYor clu-upi-t-- News Briefly THE CASH SYSTEM, sat-Isll- Klon-ttiH- j, . -- -- H ed HA RDM. fliQli Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cfiiqas. St te HARRIS . I '..." two-year-ol- .... ni.r '. ..i H. C. RUPLEV, nt j ERE AT THE MERGBANT TAILOR-- Court-llnu- o. FALL AND WINTER f GOODS. 51-- 2t tjf . a3 THE1NTER10RJOURNAL1 Stankoki). Ky V. J HUM0R I not of the hour, tola-Mopo, short news stories. ul I WASHINGTON LETTER. mo 3 'X y , - Skit 7. 1897, WALTON. ieol Gov. LJriuilf.v lin wry jiropotly to remit 11 line ftle I lav. J. C. While, of WiOttcr, for (heUiiblnjf uurtlil'i. Ho inmle rule which would destroy nil the plwieuro of tfolti;; to ohiirvh, Ihul 111011 lioiild sit oil one Some Stdniiiitl the women the olhor. men refused lo obey tho rule nod yotitnjr lis procowleil to ejoet thorn, wlmn 11 ' J Intrrostt'd in not loK nRO and lionht a Rood sixil wliioh I mounted in tho cupola of intor-estour liotihu and for hoviTiil inysidf innkinubsorvatioiiri of tho h(ur KpniiKled lunivciix. In tho con mi of tinio I Kot tirrd of tliis pnstimo, and one ovii1iik nftcr I linil tlHt I would make no nioro my wlfo mid hIio would go tip and limki) n few obaetvntioiiH on lmr own acconut. Hbr liail Imcn up on tho roof rnther niorn than nn hour, I fancy, wlion ho cnine down stairw, her facu indiuntvitli wr-ukhow-ove- r, nl They Talk of Enlarjrlnir tho Whlto Houso-SoHis Klnp and tho Watormelon-W- hy Keinarry Every Year - Ho Lost of Ita Valunblo Antiques-Mr- s. Four Lcrb For Ills Country. Harrison's Good Work. UCCOH. "Woll." I iiHkud, "did you liiuko any row ocourifd. "Did i:'"Hho replied. "Well, I should The protrnctcd tnectlru ot the Metli-mil- e Rueas." "I nupposo you luivo imido foiiio toh inch ut HUovllle, Is at 111 In " I mifigested pronifM. Then havo lieuti ot conversions.- Glane;ov Timed. "Thut's just what I have," paid hhe. Silver ropublieiitia, populist and sll-- , "I'or instance?" I queried. J.1 vor dutnocriitti unltoil on Judgo J. "Well, ilh and Mrc Brown aro havJudjie ing an SuUlvnn, ilomournt, for Miprumu awful row in their dining loom. " in Nobruwka. Ho that was her way of making obserm a for Consumption vations, was it? Dr. King's AVir Dtson-.y nliMrTntioti.s?" nt - ciiniiitli.n fiMih und mid and fur cm and It will tWerr Mile suaratiliwd Via liu imuj! fur rliinlHif rmMh. lluiiimliit. Il tlnu, lur Iftrr, piiMitiHtnU, Imiiirliltli, ll In Toiupkins (you need never invito him thrlinid. l rile ami fur onMMitln II here again). Milly Jones nniht ho en, im4Ul I" take and aUiteall.a m( fur all slire ire. Iiualwais well l lase l)r King's gaged to Charley Oliver, for they aro New IJfo I'lIMn emuKirtinii wllli lr KltiKsNew err. m tlmr regulate, ami tune I lie moiimc n Hitting on her back porch, and ho has his We fturanlc' iwrfn't MtMarllnn or arm atouml her waifit and ih kishiug hhiI IwweW. II Mi return niiiiiejr 1'etsj trial Imtulm nt her" (they live at tho other end of i .VV and 41 j Ibttwrt' drug store town); "old Mr. tikiuilint iscutting tho 25 ecotrt and j grus on hiH lawn to huvo .1 Vulunblr Pnnriptin Ind Nni, doing it in the dark no that no one will alitor Murrlii.i( lh a raliiaMe rireerl'tloii In Fee him; Mary Marks went down to tho write. "Yon lu I3ttfc Hitlers. td I an heerfully rniUMiiiend po'tolllco anil met Joo Harris thero and cell II frefllitl'iii simI rUk lienl rhe ami a went to walk with him, although her Til rtew loiilr It Iim ihi wind" Ml Aiil .Vvenna Clilraai. wall father Iuih Mettle, i(.itatre Unite forbidden her having any!, had a lurk duwu.rouM ii.it oil iwr ilUct tH .ml weary, thing to do with him; Mm. Hlnck'n aehe whk-l-i nerer Ml lift and Ml ImiI l Utile itf llleetrie Ilium resl.insl herl washing is tttill out, and it is going to . I'rt' heillli ainl renewed Urr Mi rain; the Swifts have gono over to tho lliilwtH' ihus t. re I. lift lilll at W It Bakers' and are playiug cards, ulthough llurkhn .Iruira Hulrr. Mrs. Hwift told mo only yesterday that Tlie i"l le III lha wurM (r cnt.. Iirule nlio would nuvcr speak to Mrs. Baker ! lt rlirum. ferr wirw, Irtlrr, riM, liainl., rliltliUlu. mriit a'iI all ikln rrtitlnm. again, and" II lHlllvrljr nirrlleiir mipajr riulrvl. lilt But I did not listen further. Kiura.lli'.il IOle Ivrfrct Mllucllil or inoiier I huvo rotno to tho conclusion that I'or.alcbyW.ll. I'rlr i'iitirlm. n woman is practical in everything. Moltolern, Unixln Tom Hall in New York Truth. TO OOKK A COLD IN ONE DAY TaMrti All Take Ijnailir Itinmo IJiilnlnirtfitti'l the money If It fall l Cure. I or Caustio Advlco. A alelJW II .Meltutrla.Cralf Ky. llocler ami U Scene Newly married pair on bench Stanli.ril, I.. I'iiuiir. in park. Old gentleman, supposed to bo forms I ii-- Till I lliolitil iHtMlrlne In the wirt-h- l for all "AnythiiiKoW?" I asked. "Yen, Jack Uarnstablo Ih out walking with that horrid (trues widow I 1 Iii , irlli trt ult-er- t chap-ihm- . - lrull iltli lmll, Mi-w- r ilrt-JM- asleep. Mr Inh rnim lioiiif frnm fliiMl mn. ilu fil liiiiul Inci'Mi'.o I and blitilln She My darling! .Mr K iy mill HuiTnrlnff eri'tit ihiIii." Ho My dovol llrii- - Irup I'o.. St I.uu-- K S'lmll. wIlli Sho My doggiol il tin' wound nnil iiiiplli-Mo. "I All p.iln UhninlHirlnlu' Pnlu llnlm frvt-lj- . He My punsyl liort Hun1 It ciwivil iind In h ri'innrliilil Sho My duck I Ifiivlne n t'ir Tor wound'. lnHilcd ultliout Ho My protty birdiol KpruliK. nhuIIIiiT n ml rlii'umutliiti I know She My goosiol or iirtMorlpllon iipiul to It I of no coiiMdor Itu liUMliold iotuwiJIJ " Tliu 31 Ho My lumbkiul mill 69c ln for miIu liy Cnilff A IIih'Wit Old Gentleman (interrupting brutally ) Cnn't you call each other Noah's IT sAVI CUDl'I'V L'llll.llltKN'. arks and have douu with it? Tit-BitWe Imvu a splendid Mile Sr.ivir.w. V on Ulminlforlnlu h (iukIi KuiihhI mid niir Meant the Samo Thlnjr. ui cuvlotnort eiimlng from fur mid msir. of II In i he lilglnt lermi. finny lmi all .A little girl who lives in Crafton reUnit tlndr children would linve died of croup ceived an invitation to a party which a If Ulimnlxirlnla'" t'oaeli IliiinedN hiid mil Kellnni A Otirrcii. . The 25 iind friend was nbout to give. Tho invitalieon given tion had been written by tho email C i.ifos for MiK-lit'rnlu A hostess. After Burveing tho noto with A CIME 11)11 IIIMDU-- ! COLIC delight for a few minutes tho recipient ItLsorucr., Scrvveu Co., On I lme i ' paid: i of bilious rollc fur nuhjuci to ii Mm "Pnpa, I wonder if it is a birthday nl veiim. Cliiiinlnrliilir Colic, t'lmluni mid I Dliirrhiifi Umiiiwh ! iln only ure relief It party?" nat like n charm, uno iiiw m u givt. re"Let mo peo tho invitation." lief wlmu nil other rotnedleH fall (J. I) After a brief inspection ho said: tihnrp. 1'ort.iiloliv Crnlg A llivker, Man-fon- t. s. y llm-kirU-'l- yiivin's all uehi'H and piln. ami Muluieut cure-- crump or colic and , W. II. McltoUTti lin II. "Yes, it must boa birthday party. It begins, 'Your presents is desired.'" Pittsburg Chronicle. Hia Pear. "Thero's oue thing nbout Josinr," said tho young man's fond mother. "He does Hko work." Illcwto rlderS tnke the "kluk" out of "He don't ceem to git much of it thulr la mo iKiek .villi ?limn's l.lulmuut. I'or done," replied Furmer Corutosel. wile li W II. McltoUirU. am "That's just it. Ho lingets over it Kvery Parmer and ."'loi'k - UuImt kIioiiIiI keep Sfoau'n l.lnhnent on hand for an enter-coneAik oar nelghlsir mid he nil! tell you why. Nilil ( V II Mcltiliert y. Slonn's Idulinimi li the grunt family rem-h1old liy W It iMJiielrntes mj oulckly. II.'MoHolx'rts, Hlnnforil. v. and liiigors over it, like ho was scared to death of loain it." Washington Star. A Clovor Boy. A small boy, itev. Dr. Lambuth rotates, teased his father for a watch till ho was forbidden to mention tho mutter Co. again. At family prayer next morning, when asked for his Scripture verse, Or' STANrOltli, KY tho younghter repeated, "What I say I say unto all watch." $200,000 00 unto you, Fail up Capital, Chautauqua Herald. Surplus, 17,603 80 Sho Vas Sousttivu. f Ita charter, tritiir are a Ilf iroTiil.!ti Mil)' lole'id k ara ile.lur in Niimiiai lUnki, "Witbwsaro u reuxitixt. Mrs. livid liullrMvuilly 1IW la Ita aharettdUlpit lwln doesn't Kpeak to mo any more." Iheuxirhl f ilio mmwHlul llivir Unk tnrviii at Vrflue llirvif, InnilillUou lo tlwaiiHMiiil llioar urli aharea. It "What is tho matter?" umr Htm eXHUlor. Ih "I told her I didn't like the wlnto trualen, Ac , at fall) m au Imllvlilual Tauiittrlitg iir thaukntu tlitmi trim lime(ntrul-0- l dovo in her hat. It looked ns' if laidr InmIhim lo ua, h trutt lli will ouutlmu might have hud it left over from 'Gates a (iianiHUtifor fiuit to ltf mi, aHil ire tlr M mm our ) Ajnr.' " Chicago Record. iili'i)t! In aad a llbanil aov.wiuw.UUom nare coiiililent wTlh aeilQil WnklMK Au Unreasouablo Boast. nmiCTom. Professor Margarot, pleao take tho .1. J. William. Ml. Voimin, W. II Cuuiiullis, I'raaclivnrlll; cut out of tho room. I cannot havo it J. S Owly, br , J II. ()ieej, makiiiV; Ktich u noiso wliilo I mil ut Willteiil i.mmIi, S. II Sliault, S. J. Knibry, J I' Cnli. work. Whoro is it? .1. K. I.vnii, A W laiieiiltr; Margaret Why, air, you aro sitting .N Meiiefcv. J. on it. Fliegcndo Blatter. OCIICtK SliNlli's I.lnllnellt I'or wire thm.it or iiiln In imr ehi".t uko Mild by W.'lt MeltotM-rlH- . Farmers Bank&Trust As-emb- ly Mo-Fi- t, rh' bank-hi- t; S. ll.Slianki. l'rralilont, J. II, Onslcjr, Ciuliler W M. llrljtil, rcllei FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFOKD, KV. Some Consolation. Moso Huyfoot (tliedcfcnted one) It's not ro bad beiu cullud, aftah all. I don't show mail black'd eyes laik I would ef I wuz whito. Now York Journul. You must wako nnd cnll mo early Call mo enrly, mother, dear. At a qunrter ufter nlno tho ship Is advertised to clear. Cloven dnys I've stood It off And tried to keep It dou n, Hut I'll ho KOidiod If I remain, Tlio only man iu town. My temperature Is going up. The fever's In my xelns. Tho gold cure Is tho tliiiiK I need. I'll tuke It in lur to groins. Quito Ionic cnoUKh I've walked tho hill To sniu tho oalilo fine. Too loiiK' tho Krlndstuno's dono Its worst. liy noso won't htmul tho v enr. Tho frozen north U Kettlni; warm Willi nuKKets thick ns files. A miiti now hits a vhunoo to win A fortuno nru ho dhs. CapiUl Stock 5100,000! Surplus 815,750. A Victim of tho Graze. lo iletKiallors. This Institution originally established an the De K)lt ll.ink o( btdtiford In InH then rixnvatiized ns tlia Nutional Hank ofStalilord in lC6 umlaKalo reorgatilzcdattbc First National Hunk of Stanford In lSS'.', has hail practically an uiiinterruitvl exist-eiicfor 3.1 years. It Is better supplied now wit", lacllitlei for tramactlnu-- business promptly and liberally than hut before in its Ion,; ami honorable career. Amiuuts of Individuals, liJuclarles, tirmi ami Individuals solicited. i. Attcnllonnf tlio pulillc Is rolled to the f.id that lids li the only National Hank in Stanfurd. Under tho provisions ot tlio National Hank Art ilcixultors uru MHinril not only liy tlieo.iilal atock, but by tlio atiKkhoMeni' liability lor un uiiiouut iipialtu tlioiliKk o that dcixvdiorsof this Institution ire Bocnred by a fuml ol ;.t.0,0ui). Tiro morn atateiiiantiof tlio romlltionol tlio ll.mk are made each year lo the United Stales (lovertiment ami iti uaol arttuxaiuluei! at stated tluil-- by;iiernmeii agents, tmu wouilnK aitaitlonal alul (lerlect sale!, DIKECTOR J. W Ilaydeu, Stanford F. Itehl, Lincoln Co., h. II Itaugliiuan, " S. T. Harris, " " ' J.S. Hwker, McKlnney. T.F.A.Hill, ' W. Trlbble, K. U Tanner, OrcliM; M. J. MIUr, Mi. Vernon. J. II. Colller.Cmh M, D.KIinore, Manford. orricKKs. J. S. lloeker, Prwhlcnt, J. J. Meltoberts Cashier A McKlnney, AssUtautCasble'. A. I've pnn nnd xltovel, lot of grub, Wnrm ulothiuic. rubber boots, Bo wako nnd call nut early When the Klondike steamer toots. Scuttle 1'oat.lnU Ulycncor. Special Correspondence. Walter L. Ilorrou, genernl delivery Tho perennial talk of enlarging tlio clerk nt tho postolllco, hai enjoyed a good reputation for veracity among bin . Whlto House is onco more to tho front, friends, but the story tliut he told to and long accounts are secu in the nnd Hkctcln published showii.g them recently was all that tho most what (Iterations aie to Le autle, and the credulous of his fripuds could stand, statement is repeatedly emphasized that ,nud too mncli for the majority of them. the proponed changes will not only "Dnring the early jiortioii of tho tho siz, but add to the original spring," Haid hn, "I sas down in tho oho-sihenutj of tlio old uiaimiou so vicinity of Whlto Haven and one Sun- dear to the heart of every Aiuerican. Iu day whh strolling in the patch which the Harrison administration the execumy father-in-laDr. 11. A. Shttw, had tive mansion, ns roomy as it undoult-edlis, was foun to hick accommodaplanted in moloim. Some time during tho afternoon I lost n heavy gold ring tions for the friends and relatives who made it home, and late Mrs. that I hud been wearing upon my watch Hnrris'i their called iu the celebrated n even 1 spent au chain. The chain broke, and tuehitfct to draw up plans embodying hour looking for the ring, but it wus all her ideas for tlio enlargement of "tho in vuin. pascd. Oue day re- homo of presidents" threefold by the cently Pr. Shaw sent us n fine water- addition of two long wings But, asido melon for dinner, and down in the cen- from tho plans being published and The Hot I nhinis Imltnted. The Superior Is the Genuine DKc Drill. Him Wen thorcommented upou at the time, nothing oughly tested mid gloi satisfaction. All other 1)10 Drills lire an experiment anil an Inter of itl cut into g that strange. Imbedded right in the con tor was done. Then, as now, thero was' n fringement on the tupeiloi, Milt litis been entered In the l' S. Court against ono com strong feeling against nny chango in puny for Infringement. Partners, It vestlgato before buying. of the red Irtiit there was a whito liko the inner portion of tho rind. the clasiio beauty of fhu old building St Into this I cut, and thero was tho ring tint is overy patriot's pride. It is now said that tho drawings havo been prethat I had lost several mouths ago." Hero Mr. Herrou caw that the reporter served iu tho oflicoof Colonel Bingham, was hcriouly embarrassed, and ho pro- the superintendent of public buildings tested that tho story was as truo as any- . and grounds, and may yet bo utilized. thing that hu ever told in his life. Fow Antiques In tho White Houso. , "You can prove it by Dr. Shnw," It is truo that tho number of roonfli continued tho clork, "and several of tho required for ofliccs in the Whito House others at the, house, that haw it. Now, I reduces tho chamber spaco of tho second havo not tho slightest idea how tho ring llonr and necessitates a long nnd fatigugot in there, but it evidently must havo ing climb up the stairs which many I donui-'when tho melon wus quito small elderly statesmen fiud laborious, and it and then tho melon grew up nrouud it. is proposed to immediately replaco tho JLING, I full intended preserving tho picco of antiquated, out of dato hydraulic elevatho rind in which tho ring was found, tor, which wns put iu for "Mother" but tho cook let it get destroyed." Gnrfield'H uso aud which cati never ho Mr. Herrou was wearing the ring that depended upon to work when required, bo said had remained for several months by a modern ono that will savo Mrs. in a position iu a melon corresponding to McKiuley much unnecessary exertion that which Jonah occupied for a short and bo boon indeed to those who havo tiino iu tho whale. It wus a large, to mako frequent calls on business. heavy ring, not very thick, but nearly , It is truly astonishing to know how half au inch broad. Memphis Com- very few uutiques tho Whito Houso mercial Appeal. During the Tennmee Centennial and International Repetition at Sash-villboasts. No oue seems to know where 2VU1 , a low rate special tariff has been ettabluhed tho historic relics that should bo among for the gale of Why They Remarry Every Tear. its most precious possessions havo dis tickets from Cincinnati and other lerminil points on the Queen A Crescen Just before Probuto Judgo Herr closed appeared to. Iu tho stcrmy days of civil Jtoute. 9 his office Saturday night hu wus paid u Etrifo iu Lincoln's administration, it is Tickets are on sale daily until farther notice lo Chattanooga at M.55 oae visit by very strange couplo. Tho vis- said, tho soldiers filled every corner of uw or HmQ round trip from. function City, the round trip tickets being itors were a middle aged man and wo- tho mansion, nud ns each ono desired a man, fairly well dressed and very good souvenir und had tho fullest opportunity good seven day to return; other" tickets, with longer return limit, ut 87.30 looking. (imf !?w do fur the round trip. ' to take it tho presideut's houso was Tho man nsked tho judgo if ho would stripped of many historic ornaments These rates enable the public to visit Xashville and other Southern pointt issuo them a marriage licenso and perthat had found their way there to reat rates nerer before oft rrt. I'estibuleJ train of the finest class are at the form tho ceremony. It is needless to Fay place those destroyed by tho British at disposal of the puwnjer, affording a mist pleatant trip, and enabling one that the judgo answered iu tho ufllrma-tive- , t the timo of the burning nud pillaging to visit the very intensting scenery an I important for this is his business. Tho muu of tho cnpital. in and about Chuttanooja, toikjul .Vmilnin and Chickamauga Xational guvo his name nsG. C. Hopkins, and his It is duo to Mrs. Harrison and her companion answered to tho uamo of caro ami appreciation TickttUo Xaihvillc to visit the Centennial can jc purchased of tho worth to Lillian Hopkins. at Chattanooga foa Si. 40 round trip. Ask your ticket agent for ticket via tho nation of the raro old "Aro you relutcd to each other?" in- stored uway nud forgotten in tho garret the Q. t0 C. Jiowte .South or write to quired tho judgo. that tho few historic ornaments aro dat"Slightly," responded tho visitor. ed aud preserved. JAMES ItOY, Agt. Junction City, or "Wo aro man nnd wife." II". C. IIINEARSOX, G. P. A. CincinnatiMrs. Harrison's Valuable Find. Judgo Herr naturally asked him his A particularly valunblo find that Mrs. reasons for being married agaiu, nnd the stranger related a very remarkablo Harrison delighted iu is an antique, story. He etated that they wero married punch bowl whoso dusty fragments wero ilvo years ago iu tho city of Chicago nnd cleaned and mended by her orders. Its history is unknown, but it remains tohavo celebrated their wedding anniversary each year by getting remarried. day one of tho chief nttrnctious of tho "My wife and I entered into an stato dining room. Three graces in blue agreement," said he, "when wo wero nud whito bisquo form tho baso of tho first united iu tho holy bonds of wed- hugo bowl. The exquisito set of china lock, to tho effect that ut tho expiration mudo to order for Mrs. Hayes, representing tho flora and fauna of tho country of tho first vearourmarriago should become void, ami if wo wanted to live to- nud costing several thousund dollars, is gether longer wo should get married pretty woll smashed up, and but few agaiu. Our udveiituro with Cupid has pieces remain, the samo being truo of proved huppyouo to both, nnd for flvo tho handsouio set of china that was purconsecutivo years wo havo lived together chased ut tho timo of Nellie Grant's wedding. All thut remain now nro tho and hao becu married each year." Judge Herr was rendered nlmost half dozen pieces displayed on tho big Tlio S1S.C00 l'uturlty. Tuesday. Oeto'n-- M ,. T.u ..ji)0 Thur-da- v Oct ' T ' One or more Dig Stakes Dally. All th speechless by tho stranger's story, and sideboard that does servico in ono of the rn llor-e- s Half 1'are on all Itallioads. privuto dining rooms. I.Iberatl and liS l'limou-- Hand. after much deliberation refused to marTo Mrs. Grant tho Whito Houso owes ry them, as ho was in doubt us to whether or not ho hail tho power to do most of its richest treasures, nnd thero so. Hopkins talked intelligently and did is uot u room in the mausiou that does not boast somo ornament purchased dur1'. 1'. JOHNSTON, President. uot have tho appcarnuco of a crank. 11. W. WILSON', Secretary. ing her regime. Perhaps tho most celeKansas City Journal. brated of her additions to the objects of artisthoexquisito.si3ver boat purchased Lost Four liosa In War. If you want- Sherwood of Ellingwoods Cor- at the Centennial exhibit. It represents ner, Me., hays lie is tho only man iu tho birch bark cauoo of Hiawatha nnd tho world who lias lost four legs in tlio always graces tho festivo board on stato service of his country. Tho first was occasions. On tho old mahogany iu tho stato dining room is a wounded and amputated at Vera Cruz and iu tlio red room nro during the Mexican wur. Tlio second was taken off during tho retreat from a beautiful gilt pitcher nud bowl, while Bull Hun by a picco of artillery passiug tall gilt candlesticks, purchased by Mr. over it. Tho third was carried away by Graut abroad, all remain to testify to a cannon ball ut Fair Oaks. Tho fourth the taste of Hint estimable lady. A Raro Old Porcelain. mishap was boforo Petersburg, when Among tlio few antiques whose Sliorwood was sent to an undergiound lias been preserved is a raro old magazine for tho purpose of learning its porcelain, presented, to Franklin when ability to stand tho bombardment from K. Weaivn A: Son. who will also sell On ccrth call on Confedorato shells. Perhaps it may bo as lie was ombussador to France; but, you Buggies, Carriage and lioad "Wagons as woll to mention that tho second leg strange as it may seem, its companion taken off was of cork and tho two sub- piece, that four years ago was in its low as the sequent ones of willow. Now Yoik place, has now disappeared. But such things havo happened boforo iu tho Tribune. world's history. Bodhot Stove Kathor Than a Mouse. Postmaster General Gary nud family A Topekn wrniuii who resides on havo takon up their abode at n. littlo Morris iivenuo declared war few days town called sCatonville, just beyond 5 JI2I-2n3iv4mm at..dfc.nni inr niiwnffiarfm IjJT mwm TOann iVmJ, J mt t mnw mi mvimn. ago upon u mouse which inhabited her Baltimore, nud the po.it aster takes W . 15 miuuto rido to and from tho city cupboard, Having secured incontro. I "Tt TA T TT7 TV 1 7 vertible ovidonco that tho niouso was iu twice every day by rail. Judging by tho cupboard, sho seized tho rolling pin. the floral display iu hisofiice, The SumBY Tlio cupboard doors wero opened, and mit, as his homo is styled, must abound tho monso jumped out, making straight iu fragrant bloom, roses nud other flowfor its assailant. The woman lost her ers always making it nttractivo to tho M nerve nnd looked nrouud for something visitor. Secretary Wilsou is it frequeut upou which to climb. Tlio stovo was guest of tho Garys, nnd ns chief of tho tho only thing in sight. Sho gnvo au agricultural department fully appreci3 awful scream nnd loaped upon the stove, ates his friends' pretty gardeu. Ho is a which was blazing hot. Tho soles of her widpwer, and a Scotchman by birth. feet wero badly scorched. Tho mouso His father, John Wilson of Ayrshire, Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, escaped. Topekn Stato Journal. Scotland, was a cousin of Sir Andrew Lusk, nt ono time lord mayor of Louh""i Hote Blankets, Whips, &c. HUSK Files and Mosquitoes Fhrht. don, and his mother, Jean McCosh, a A Caindeu (Del.) furmer tells a story blood relntivo of President McCosli of Square, Stanford, Ky Riom OpH'iu Cour'-'-loof a queer combat betweeu a swarm of Princeton university, both beiug de- Hies and mosquitoes over the possession scendantsof two of tho best Scotch fnm- - j of a horse. Tho animal was grazing in ilies. Wliilo all this is true, Secretary n meadow when hugo cloud of mos- Wilson is u thorough American, showquitoes surrounded it. Tho horso ing only his foreign pareutagu in Scotch THE frautio and rushed around the pluck and perseverance. ' Held, when a fnvnrin of tlio big flics atTho polico commissioners liavo won BOSS Thoroughbred Duroc Jersey tacked it. Then tho cloud of mosquitoes tho hearts of tho cyclists by inquiring t and flies became- 'mixed, and tho air tho bicyclo policemen to wear uniforms. M lrwdiM were selected from the herds of was filled with n fctrange noise, but Wheelmen rejoico that tho faiieakiug deof this lanu.iis hived iif swine In aevcml States A overy moment soma mosquitoes or flies tectives who iu tho past havo urged splendid l.it of pigs of dlltereiu ages tor sale. Hred I.Mi guaranteed. w a HM.ilty Sat wero seen to drop to tho earth. Tho many an unsiupectiug cyclist to rae lUittsl, .Mlilrcss horso was covered with blood, the mos- and then promptly arretted him will j ' It H. BRONAUGH, quitoes abandoning their proy to tho eoou be a thing of the past. Hit Orchard, Ky. Cam. SciionuMJ. thes. Exchange ra-pe- 1 W'-ck- s ir' Minif-thin- d sub-stauc- o HJCGINS 7UTKINNEY. METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, yTIBs. SIDING A.C.sm&A JUI i STANFORD, KX 'aa Y& a 1 jjy& . . Farm and Yard Fence. W NOsaX & FINISH. 11 quggo RG$0GnT. e, 11 battle-groun- I J.'ii-taryPar- k. bric-a-bra- c Kentucky's Great Trots Stakes $711,000 Purses. October 5lii to 16th, 1897. r 11 i World's Greatest Meeting -- O.-c- r n Fide-boar- d Bim The Best Disc Drill .!! ; his-toi- y OR DSC 1. HARROW loo:st. A B. K..WEAREFJ & SOV. rw,i 11 , jfcfcj-xjgt- mm m, anaavnw 111 11 n Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. I' use J. a M'CLARY. 1 i 11 bu-ca- . Hi l-tt - kCorres-pundei- ,H. V CONSOLATION. 60 If In lowering Briefs, oh, dearest friend. Thy life's far opening vistas look to end, Let thino eyes, lifted to tlio dimmest utar, Piercing through spneo their measuring gaza extend. For that star ray but nascent now, tlint must, Destiny bourn, descend upon thy dust. How many ages, while it fills its fate, Shall all thy cares bo dust and letw than dmtf Ah, cherish in thy heart thN precious thought: Howc'cr with suffering thy soul bo wrought. In tho great whirl of planets it N mist, In the great calm of ivon it i naught. Albert White .Vorso in New York Times. A MERRY LAUGH. gallant in tlio first orchestra chnir wonrily adjusted his mouccle. A veterau "Gadl" Fftid ho, "I would give hnlf roy life to laugh liko tho damsel in tlio box. Gad! What is there iu thoso "I suppo'O that madam told you," mountebanks to put eucIi joy iu a said Miss Lycetto, breaking in at length laugh?" upon an orchestral interlude. 'Bandy," chuckled his companion, "Oh, yes," said Mr. Cham berlaiu "yon'vo lived too long. Tho dunncl iu seuteutiously, having drunk in with aptho box has just begun. There's no get- proving glances the changes ten years ting round it, my boy, it does inako a had wrought iu tho woman at his side. difference." "I met her in Hyde park tho day sho But tho girl in tho box, forgetful of got Thomdyko's letter. 'A delightful play and playhouse, laughed on. She family,' ho wrote, 'not a single outsider was reveling in an clysiuin iu which but one, a jolly and dcucedly pretty capricious editors, importunate land- American girl.' " ladies and disappointed ambitions had "Threo hours later tho madamo was uo part. Suddenly couscious that her on the chanuel." Happily the bass viol merriment did not fit in with tho play drowned Chamberlain'B laugh. on tho boards, eho turned a furtive "You see," ho rontiuued, "it was tho glance- to the orchestra. Tho curtains very situation sho was solicitous to of tho box parted. avoid. Your indifference to tho beloved "If this is not Miss Madeline Lycotto, hoir won her heart at first, then nearly formerly of Terre Haute, later of 234 hroko it." Ruo St. Jacques, Paris, Rolstou "Absurd I" cried tho girl. "Tho Engof Lincoln's Inn court, Loudon, lish beg your pardon havo such an begs a thousand pardous." extraordinary way of arranging mat"You heard?" gasped tho girl. ters. At first it astounded, intimidated, "I did," said tho young man. thou amused mo. The dear old lady "Do yon know tlio last act recalled bored mo to death about tho youth tho night you and Thorndyke, disguised stupid follow at best his prospects of as gendarmes, knocked at tho madamo's succeeding to tho titlo and tho estates door aud demanded in tho inn u of tho of tho lord dear knows who! I listened prefecture of tho polico my immediate to her story of tho towu house, tho counarrest as an anarchist spy, giviug tho try seat, and tho number of pounds sternumber of the cab uud tho uatno of tho ling sho inteuded to settle on tho womplace from which I had driven that an ho married, as I listen to all unsolicday to interview Michel." ited confidences. Do you know, Mr. "Curious." said tho young man. "I Chamberlain," sho said, with sudden was thinking of tho very samo episodo, earnestness, "all my life I havo been when two old fellows down there in surfeited with tho love affairs of au imtho orchestra called my atteutiou to personal world, until it has come to your laugh." pass that I never know whether I am "Mental telegraphy!" the recipient or the object of n senti"Royal good luck!" mental woe?" "And it was ages ago," sighed Miss "Really?" said the young man, with Lycetto. quickening interest, whilo his brown "Fully a century," acquiesced Mr. eyes lifted incredulously. Chamberlain. "It's embarrassing at times, I assure "And you'ro not yet lord chancellor?" you. It has got mo into uo end of trou"And you havo yet to writo tho long ble and spoiled many a delightful expected American novel?" friendship." They had drawn their chairs within "But you knew certainly you sustho seclusion of tho box, whilo ten years pected Thorndyke would bring matwere thus glibly strickeu off tho calen- ters to a crisis that .day at tho catadar. combs? I was ou hand it was ar"Do tell mo of tho Thorndykes." ranged" he laughed maliciously "to "Tho madamo's dead." pass upon your fitness to bo tho wife of "Dead? PoorBonll" the 'heir to a hundred earls.' And when "Don't say that Wero sho alive, I in you failed to materialize well, I had all probability would not bo here." to have my inning, so I fell to twitting "Nousensol Everything drifts hero him unmercifully." sooner or later." Miss Lycetto's brows knitted, tb?u "It's in tho interest of her cstato" cleared. "Oh, I seo, tho heir married an Amer"Como to think of it, I believo I did ican wife. He always Baid ho intended promiso to join Thorndyke that day at to" tho catacombs. It threatened rain. I "And ho did intend to until ho fell was fearful of dampening a Virot. in love with you." Something fully as important chauged "That settled it," smiled tho girl. my mind at the eleventh hour." "You see, you wero tho first Ameri"And when you joined iu our raillery can ho met, and ho concluded he con- that night at Thomdyko's expense" cluded" "Oh, yes," laughed the girl, "tho "After tho catacomb fiasco" dinner! What a droll affair!" s "Exactly that if all les belles "Tho madam, we all expected, would wero liko Madelino Lycetto ho witness tho auuouucenieut of 'tho arwould havo nouo of them." rangement.'" "Wisdom ouo would never havo cred"I can see her now," sho continued, ited him." ignoring tho interpolation "a neckAgain their laughter failed to fit in laco of yellow topaz playing hide aud with tho play. seek with tho rolls of fat in her bovine neck; tho couquering hero air of the It was a radiantly sunshiny day in aigret iu her toweriug yellow coiffure." early Hpring tho spring that engen"I bear that feather a grudgo to this ders dissatisfaction, revolt, indefinable day," said tho youug man. "It persistyearniug. Miss Lycetto had sped along, ed iu cutting off my view of a certain jostled hither and thithor, unmindful noble coleur do rose." whither ehe .was going. Anything, any" What u memory for detail!" cried where, for a brief forgetting. A reject- Miss Lycette, unconsciously reflecting ed manuscript upon tho acceptance of the tint. "Mcthiuks I suuff how tho rewhich literally depended for tho iiouco freshing breezo a certain youth brought her bodily suFteuauco weighed her into that stuffy dining room. It didu't pocket. require tho heir's whispered hints to "Too sad! Our readers won't havo mo that ho was bom in the Bosit," was tho verdict of tho optimistic porus, of au English father aud a editor of Every Day In tho Year, Givo French mother, that his boyhood passed os tho gay, tho sprightly. You can do at Eton and Oxford, and that it was expected that ho would curry off all it." "Too sad! Too sad!" It seemed to tho honors at L'Ecole du Droit. After the girl's overwrought, self questioning a winter of unadulterated Auglo-Saxosoul that tho editors of Gotham had the whiff of Gallicism was positively conspired of lato to execute every off- iutoxicatiug." spring of her fancy on tho same verdict "But Thomdyko" "Too sad!" How could one writo "Of what cousequcuco?" otherwise iu tho faco of continued fail"Ho never forgavo us. Ho went to ure failure that forced ouo to question India and married tho daughter of an tho raisou d'etre of the gayety, the officer at. Bengal. Madamo wept when sprightliuess of which tho old world sho told mo. 'If it had ouly been Madenever wearies. "There's lots of romance line,' sho sighed. Truly fond of you and adventure iu the hard workaday was tho madamo," said Chamborlaiu. world." Had not tho editor said it? "I seemed to amuso her," laughed "It's a grand mistako," concluded the girl. "Sho was given to paroxysm, Miss Lycette, catching tho reflex of Sat you know. I recall one in which she urday afternoon Broadway festivity, solemnly vowed she would remember "to take oneself tho world anything mo in her will." too seriously. To creep into one's "Aud sho did," cried Chamberlain. hole and mope when tlio gods cease to "Jesting aside, Miss Lycetto. This smile is arrant cowardice If romance, time I am gendarme in earnest, aud I adventure, ceaso to como one's way, havo been on your trail a fortnight." and they aro still tho elixir tho world Ho had riseu. Ho took from his pocket craves, then it behooves one, in behalf a much hehoaled document. of bread, if not art to sally forth to "Read," ho commanded. meet them on their own happy hunting Disciplined, as sho had truly confessed, ground." to look upon "meu nud thiugs" imper"Begpardou, madamc, ifs my turn. sonally, Miss Lycetto perused without Lost iu the phantasmagoria of spring an emotion tlio closely written sheet. milliner, tho rustle of silk aud tho "I, Caroliuo Criquett Thorndyko, in odor of violets surging into an up town full possession of my mental faculties, theater, Miss Lycotto was swept along, do givo and bequeath to one, Madoliuo until uuwittiugly sho usurped tho placo Lycette, a native of Terro Haute, Indiof au irato damo at the box oillce. ana, United States of America, iu memIt was too lato to retreat. ory of three of the heartiest laughs over "What will you havo?" given mo to enjoy in mortal life,:i,000. "What have you got?" If said Madeliuo Lycetto bo not living "Lower box." at tho timo of tho execution of this will I "Nothing else?" or tho executors fuil to discover her "Standing room." whereubouts within threo years after With recklessness boru of desperation my demise, said 3,000 shall revert to Misj Lycette, reputed a successful my beloved friend and counselor, Ralwoman of Jotters Miss Lycette, tho ston Chamberlain, Esq." envy of scores of woiueu with fat bank Their eyes met. Cham-berlaiu 11 Amer-icainciu-for- m had in ho world. To tho choicest box in one of tho most fashionablo theaters, au extravagance of which she had rarely if over been guilty whtu fortuno smiled, sho suffered the usher to lead her. Reclining in a luxurious chair, sho yielded, with tho nonchalance of au habitue, to tho seduction of tho environment. Tho situation recalled Norilla bine eyed Norilla of tho Latin quarter of this Lycette's, not uneventful girlhood. When Norilla's exchequer was reduced to 5 francs, it was hereout to hail a cab, pick up ouo or two congenial spirits, then, with an authoritativo' wave of her haud, "Cocher, au Bolsl" Sho called it giving hard luck tho laugh aiid vigorously maintained that it never failed to quicken good fortuuo's return. deposits couutcd out tho last penny sho " 'Twill Mhu Lycetto. The on tho last act. make a capital story," Bald curtain had fallen WOMAN AND FASHION. Summer Salea-BrlCostume dal ALASKA WEATHER. DR. W. B. FXirerY, K Ho was so big, so strong, so wholesome. Tlio crowded thoroughfare gave wny to his masterful stride. Sho saw it all, she felt it all. How refreshing! How restful to bo led! It seemed that they had always known each other. Tho girlish delight with which she was wont to look forward to his coming after the madamo's dinner was upou her now to givo shape to the story her fertile fancy had begun to weave for Every Day In the Year. The heroiue was yet a little vague, but there was no doubt about tho hero. While theromanco took form aud substance Chamberlain continued the stcry of his migrations. "I was at Teno Haute last week," he said. "I wandered about several days before I found courage to inquire tho whereabouts of ouo Madelino LyThe girl tripping along cheerily at his sido listeued as sho had to Mine. Thomdyko's ' 'arrangements. " "I fancied in every prepossessing Hoosier I met a possible husband of tho object of my search. Shall I tell you what I did when I discovered tho truth? I threw up my hat and Hoosierdom reverberated with an Oxford yell." "Yon haven't changed a bit," she smiled. "Absurd as ever. " "What's more," ho continued, "I know every movement you huvo mado up to date." "Not a whit less impertinent." Mss Lycetto's heroiue had by this time expended a largo portion of her heritage. Scarcely a woman euconntered iu the avenue had failed to suggest a toilet detail indispcnsablo to the trous-seawith which tho heroino dreamed to conquer the hero's English cousins. Chamberlain rattled ou in a melodiously seductive way, little suspecting that to his companion ho was but tho obligato to a romance bent on meeting tho requireim nts of Every Day In the Year. With all his fancied skill iu bending women to his will this girl eluded him now as she had in tho past. But there was one thing he had resolved to know his was a racial tenacity before the day closed. When they reached the ntatply old mansion in which Miss Lycc tie found the freedom of a bachelor maid's apartment together with the hospitable protection of a home, the moon had ri$eu. aud the woodvines, screening tho portico like u portiere, coquetted with the moonlight. "How like the madamo's balcony," said Chamberlain. "Often of a summer evening," said Mifs Lycette, "I have faucicd it looked out on Rue St. Jacques." "Then you havo uot forgotten?" She turned uneasily from his ardent gaze. "It is ever with mo," ho said. "And tho moon, it looks for all the world liko the same old fellow that shone that n cette." night" return." "The same," said tho girl. "When I stolo what I havo come to The man in tho moon decorously turned his back on the swayiug vines, while in the heart of the story weaver truth at last belied fiction. lain next day as they drove away from the offices of tho American representatives of Mine. Thomdyko's English solicitors. "It's a capital story." "All but tho denouement," sighed Miss Lycette, tho ruling passion strong in prospective matrimony as iu bachelor maidenhood. "It's so inartistic." "How so?" Miss Lycetto hid her blushes. ending, yon know." Lida Rose McCabo in Washington Post. "Con-veution- "I agreo with you," said Chamber- Marvels In Tim Division. u Tho remarkablo assertion has recently been mado that photography can now register measurements of intervals ns much shorter than a flash of lightning as a second is to a year; iu other words, of a that happenings in tho millionth of a second can bo recorded on a photographic plate. A blow with a hammer was not so long ago looked upon as practically instantaneous, but its impact is uow divided into periods corresponding to weeks, mouths and years. All this is dono by projecting a ray of light through a holo iu a prong of a tuning fork aud allowing tho ray to act on a sensitive film wrapped around a cyliuder which is rotated at a speed of 0,000 to 10,000 revolutions per miuuto, as tho case may require. This has tho effect of drawing out each vibration of the fork into a loug, sinuous baud, whioh may readily be subdivided, giviug still smaller intervals of timo. Tho velocity of a bullet in flight is determined by causing it to break an elcc-tri- o circuit at intervals of a few feet. This produces a spark, tho light of which photographs tho exact positiou of tho bullet on a moving cylinder, which indicates its relation in distance to tho vibratious of a tuning fork. By developing tho film and counting the number of vibrations that occurred during tho passage of the bullet between two consecutive wires at a known distance apart the exact interval of timo occupied in transit is known. Tho instrument by which this is done, though devised primarily for determining tho velocity of projectiles, is now being adapted to tho accmato measurement of the ultimate resistance of materials to compression, or to tho forco of a blow, and thuH many important discrepancies iu old engineering formulas and calculations havo betn revealed. one-tent- h Might He Vrori 1 the poet Wordsworth died, nn old lady at Ambleside lost uo timo iu telling the niournfnl news to an old and confidential manservant. "Ey! eyl" quoth Thomas. "It's a gret loss, nae doot, but efter a' it may not be sic a parlish loa as yo'ro cooutiu on. Mrs. Wordsworth, they say, is a gey, clover body, uud she'll bo carryin on t' business, wo may bo sewer." Household When Words, downs and Outdoor Kflect of the Japan Current Mldnummer Days That Have Nn Night. How to Make Tour climate of all that portion of tho The Own Hot Trunk. Alaskan coast that is bathed by the The summer sales aro still iu full Japan current, extending from tho swing aud provident women aro making southern boundary of tho territory : Ky. OcutiHt, i purchases with a view to autumn re- northward and westward to the island nt ltesMenro Office on quirements. Thcro are plenty of bar- of Atoo, a distance of nearly 3,600 promiso miles, is remarkably bland and free gains iu ribbons, and as sashes from extremes of heat aud cold through to bo a feature of tho autumn gowns it out tho year. It is rainy, howHOCt-S- . E is wise to lay in a stock of wide ribbons ever, but the rain is of good quality, ltcglstcrt'il suitablo for sashes, as well as ribbons gentle iu its fall, filling tho fountains Splendid A favorito of th- streams, and keeping tho whole iu quite a narrow width. individuals Both trimming iu Paris at the moment land 1'rrsh and fruitful, whilo anything dress lnll'u nml ' .. 1. f..s takes tho form of ribbon trills very more delightful than tho shining wrath- - iifllCwSIaaS'JS I'liiiK n er aft'T tlio rain the great, round sun row Prices reasonable. o charge lor closely gathered and put on to tho skirts of Juno, July and August can crating, aud bodices either in straight rows all days be hardly found elsewhere. An Alaska jTm. & H. J. MeROBERTS, Stanford. round or in Vandykes, the lines of tho midsummer day is a day without night. trimming being kept some four or fivo Iu the extreme northern 'wrtiou of the inches apart from each other. For mil- - territory tho sun does not set for weeks, aud even as far south as Sitka and Fort Wrangol it sinks only a few degrees MRS IU. D. SIMPSON, Prut.. tlio horizon, so that tho rosy colors : of the evening blend with those of tho morning, leaving no gap of darkness Newly furnished: clean beds; splendsd between. Nevertheless, tho full day Porters table. Evoiything opens slowly. At midnight, from tho moot S'J trains. middlo point between the gloaming and tho dawn, a low nro of light is seen stealing along the horizon, with gradual increase of height aud span nud intensity of tone, accompanied usually by red clouds, which make a striking advertisement of the sun's progress long K-S HI 'I' !'A ho appears above thu mountain tops. A Book for Young and Old. For several hours after suuriso everything iu the landscape scouts dull aud uncommunicative. The clouds fade, tho SECURE OUR islands aud the mountains, with ruffs of NERVOUS RECORD mist about them, cast ill defined shadchanges ows, and the whole firmament Estt 1878 0LOOD trace of to pale jK'arl Rray with just SKIN$. 250,000 purple iu it. Hut toward noon there is glorious awakening. The cool haziness DISEASED PRIVATE of tho air vanishes, and the richer sunMEN beams, pouring from on high, make all DISEASES the hays and channels shine. Brightly CURED FRENCH UUIPAL GOWN. now play tho round topped ripples linory purposes tho shot alpaca or about tlio edges of the islands and over ribbons uro very much in voguo. many a plume shaped streak between Lace, too, whether real or imitation, them, where- tho water is stirred by can now bo purchased very advanta- some parsing breeze. ron lnnnl YOUNG MAN l!ss rt rmiuro On the mountains of tho mainland geously, aud, as most women know, laco nheu iciinrnnl nf I no (rrrllil 0 crlmo rati is lavishly used for almost every article and iu the high walled fiords that fringe wcrcriitiinlltl!ie. l'l liucinlyrunfMcr tilltut'iuciilt 01 inu evil tho of feminine apparel. Silks aro also cheap the coast still finer is the work of tho W Iiimi too lain Iu nitilil tho trr !inliif and attractive especially short lengths, sunshine. The broad whito booiun of ilblo ro'iilli". wero your ryc okii-- "o vour rtlT I'lil you iMrr "tl in tnnn which may be utilized for bodices, pet- the glaciers glow liko silver, and their loo.lci.iitretniirrUIAn;rlll.OOll iceticoat aud tho like. When it is a ques- crystal fronts and the multitude of illioT tea rr)tiiciml? Uo you now xuno ittnrmiiiir ntnl thru tion of petticoats, the truest economy bergs that linger about tliem, drifting, laro uii timrry hi T"r iirMcnt con. will bo found iu buying a silk of really swirling, turning their myriad angles .titionr ioiki..iir."i.iM rvriiKit. good quality, uud for this purpose cer- to the sun, uro kindled into a perfect I.IKi; MJ.N. ' It ttiarrlwl.nro you cun msrrl.iKi) n Untly living In ilrrail7 tain brocades aro well worth considera- blaze of irised light. Thu warm air failure nilh you nn Rpooiintiif any urnk throbs nud wavers and makes itself felt I by Mtlr ntiifp or liter tion, as thoy will outwear three or four ncM cuo ilruesiol with Hatr you skirts of ordinary silk and appear well as a life giving, euergiziug ocean emout to mercurr T '1 !il booklet will bracing all tho earth. Filled with ozone, an.l jxilnt you tlio rrultof thcro from first to last, especially when nut how our N i:V .MKTIIOD TKKAT with flounces of laco or ruffles our pulses bouud, and we are warmed MKNT will iithrly cure you. It and quickened into sympathy with of ribbon. .howmhon'thmiuintW li.tr lircn ncl by our NhW Tltr.Al.MP.NT. It .imr With a season of weddings iu tho near everything, taken back into tho heart how wo enn m'AKWm TO CI It i; ANY ITU MILK I'Afl oil NO I'AV. future bridal gowns aro assuming im- of nature, whence we came. Wo feel tho Wo Irmt hikI run us and tho uniportance. Au imported model gives tho lifo and motion about VAinro',i:t.i:. syphilis, olkri. directiou. The long versal beauty, the tides marching back TA STIllrll III IMIMITKN'IM. latest stylo in this fllKT IMIAIN'P. NNVrrilAI. train skirt in white satin is edged in aud forth with weariless industry, lavUHIKS, KtI)KI'Yanl DI.AUDI.K frout with a doublo flounce of white ing the beautiful shores nud swaying silk muslin and headed with threo tho purplo dulse of tho broad meadows GURUS GUARANTEED bonillounos, also in muslin. Tho bodice of tho sea where the fishes nro fed; tho "Tlio Uuccn f Mn" Mit frr ly to match is trimmed with crossed ker- wild streams in rows whito with waterpncloifc 'tiarop. fONl I.T TION iu whito muslin, liko the falls, over iu bloom and over in song, chief folds Kill I II unnwo to rnii, wrno UliA.VK for HOME U1'KST10 shoulder knots, with long fun shaped spreading their branches over a thoutiikat.mi:nt. end aud folded neckband. A bonillouno sand mountains; the vast forests feedbib fills in the V shapeil opening. Fino ing on the drenching sunbeams, ovcry muslin plaitings peep through tho coll iu a whirl of enjoyment; misty slashes of tho vaudyked wristband of flocks of insect HtirTing all tho air; tho 122 W. FOURTH STREET, tho sleeves, which aro urranged in threo wild sheep and goats on tlio grassy CINCINNATI, O. ridges ulxivo the woods, bears in the flat folds at the upper part. Tho broad fastened ut tho sido under a loop berry tangles, mink and beaver and ot sash is aud cud bow. Thero is u long tullo veil ter far back on many a river aud lake; Indians ami adventurers pursuing their uud garuituro of orange blossoms. Among outdoor ccwtuuio-- j is one iu lonely ways, birds tending their youug everywhere, overywhoro beauty aud plaid cheviot trimmed with red velvet bands. Tho skirt is round, aud thcro is lifo uud glad, rejoicing action. Through tho afternoon all tho way a bolero with high collar, short back hoiti: down to the west tho air seems to thickThf IH"t l.lnr loaml Itoiti en and becomo soft, without losing its fi v A fineness. Tho breeze dies away, and everything settles into a deep, conscious AU Point) In .Michigan. reposo. Then comes tho sunset with its purple and gold not a narrow arch of CHICAGO. color, but oftentimes filling more than White City SUI." llot Terminal sutlon. half the sky. The horizontal clouds that usually bar the horizon aro tired L.OUIS. on the edges, and tho spaces of clear sky Arolilliii- tho Tunnel between them are filled in with greenBOSTON. ish yellow and amber, whilo tho flocks cloudlets arc of thin, overlapping VanrrislfliiK Cart. mostly touched with criniHou, liko the N12W YORK. outleaning sprays of maple grove iu summer, mid a Ilutlrt l'arlorCr, Vmiit Cchrt ami IVIra tho beginning of Indian V.a Compartment Car, Kltvniil In Cart. littlo later a smooth, mellow purple flushes tho sky to the zenith and fills Ho Hire your tlekrt. usi.l l "IIKI KOUIl" tho air, fairly steeping and transfigurWAItltCNJ. LYNCH i: O McCOHMICK. tlio islands and mountains and ratMUgerTrainc Mur., Am. icn. I'aw. A Tkt. A;t ing changing all the wider to wine. John CINCINNATI OHIO. OUTDOOIt COSTUMES. Muir iu Century. aud pointed fronts. The sleeves aro long uud tight. Thero is a laco blouse Camlll with rufllo aud frills. A black toquo Tho man himself is of less than aver-ag- o with undulating brim trimmed with height, thin, nervous, sick faced, THE POPULAR red roses, etc, is worn with this dress. with great and exposed forehead, hair in navy bluo Another pretty model is habitually short, beard of frosted chestcloth braided with fancy black gnlon. nut. His eyes are almost level with his Tho etou waist has a black velvet collar faco. His eagle beak would have excited aud is worn over a whito waistcoat. tho admiration of Sir Charles Napier, who onco exclaimed, "Givo mo a man Hake Your Own Hat Trunk. with pleuty of uoso." Irritable, whimTho New York Sun tolls how to make sical, ironical, paradoxical, indulging a hat trunk when you havo not tho in sudden changes of opinion, he is aparo cash to buy ouc. Sccuro a com- faithful to friends, appreciative- - of tho mon packing trunk without a tray. merits of rivals, kindly disposed toward This will accommodato at least eight youug composers and zealous in practihats by putting a cushion at each end of cal assistance as well as encouragement; tho trunk, two upon tho bottom, two on a man who knows tho world and shines tho cover and one upon each sido. Sup- in conversation, fond of society, at easo ply each cushion with two long hatpius aud on equal torniH with leaders in nrt, for fastening tho hats sccuroly in placo. literature, fashion; a niuu who pouderH Such a truuk may bo mado not only the most abstruse subjects and did not useful when ouo is truveling, but also hesitate to separate from his wifo bewhilo 0110 is at home, particularly cause ho was dissatisfied, as ho said, where closet room is much ueeded, by with tho domestip cookery; a man fitting a thick pad over tho top of tho whoso Monday receptions wero famous trunk. Cover this with pretty crotonno throughout Paris and which "all Paris" aud have a plaited vulanco that reaches waH eager to attend. Yet ho was novor to tho floor. Supplied with a couplo of so happy as when taking the part of sofa pillows, this piece of furnituro Calchas to Bizet's or Rognault's Helen will provo desirable aud convenient. in Offenbach's delightful vorsiou of The cushions are supplied by making a "Troy's Fall," or impersonating in exrequired number of bags or pockets of traordinary costumo Marguerite surdrilling or somo thick material and prised by tho jewels. An iudefatigublo shilling them very full of curled hair. student of Bach, ho parodied Italian rilAXK J. ItKEIl, Tack these filled pockets to tho inside opera in "Gabriolla di Vcgy," a o C1i1cuk. Cl.l'.A., of tho' truuk, finishing- tho edgo and micaremo carnuvulesque,"und in 1. II. HACON, covering the nails by tacking on cotton "Ournuvul des Auimaux" ho reproduced II. T. A., gimp around each cushion, using up- tho cries, songs, howls, gruuts, duckholsterers' tacks, thus giving tho in- ings und bollowingacf tho oniniul kiug-doterior a nearer and more fluished apHe is a Parisian from crowu to pearance. Looker Ou. solo, and yet a ncmai'. Stanford, HX-iIfWfvrWt I - avS?art-HrSh-5'- l" .xci.ili W Du-ree- s. r. bo-lo- w Mason Hotel first-clnss. l.ancaHter, Kentucky. MfftA 1 lm-fo- re WRBES OF SIH ' 11 -- 11 i sicil-ienn- o 250,000 CURED 1 rynir-touii- 1 orna-meute- d li llt !"- 1 !)!-O- il -- it iics:. Kennedy Kergan 4wiAjvijr'iLVi "BIG ST. 4: -- TOLEDOAND DETROIT - 11 Slti-nlii- s (, 1 Sialnt-Sae- (MBMOIMIMOMOMM O I mm MOM MOMMOINIBINI VpM 0IMIMOIMOMMkVO MMOMEhT. NiM lV f mmomAJM OMMO MO ONI MM QOMOl(r H OMOINVXuKfl OM MOOM1OMMOM0 MM OMOMMOINOIN! "po-chad- mm - NO JEM mm MOMOIMMO'V'? m& ljOlMlMylfeu, tJS. -i. .: Kx Hkynolus left yesterday for the Ml.XRD Spices at Warren & Shanks'. All the sensible men in Stanfo rd put Liberty fair. in labor day yesterday laboring to New stationery, latest styles, school Mns. John Buchanan and Miss bring on the promised prosperity. Wo Maggie Buchanan, of Crab Orchard, supplies, lowest prices. W. B. never stop for anything and that's why Stanford, Kv., Skit. 7, 1897 were here yesterday. you can't keep us down. Alias Al.LlH Hendricks left yesterCol. T. I'. Hill hat rented to J. T. Goincj TO Bottlino. Mr. W. II. day for Springfield, Tonn., to visit for Rose his farm of :ti acres near E. C. Walton, Buhi.vis Manaokr. a few davH before going to Waco, TexTraylor is building a house and mak?, for .(). ing preparations to bottle his whisky. as, to take a position in a millinery Foit Rent. Two rooms over Baugh-man'- s He has a good deal already engaged Prrscrii'TIONS aro filled right and Htore. livery stable one vacated by and will bottle on a large scale. at right prices at IVnny's Drug Store. Dr. Cook ror rent. M. S. & J. W. HOME NEWS, Baughtnan. Musical Contest.- - Misses M. B. PERSONALS. Wkddinu presents at Danks1. Givens, Annie M. Stewart and Lutilla THERE now to be no doubt John L. Hay is threatened with feGivens will give a musical contest at School books and upplios a Craig that Hon. B. B. King will be nomina- Walton's 0)ora House. Oct. 1, In which ver. ted for Senator from tills district by Blkdsok Baiu:y went to Lexington it Hooker's. the republicans. His only opponent, contestants from Danville, Lancaster, Smut-dayMonhy to loan on real ostato. ApParN, Richmond and Stanford will Mr. Taylor, of Casey, has withdrawn. ply at this olllcu. Mits. W. S. Warriin is visiting strive for the Sl.1 gold medal and gold at Crab Orchard. Want License. J. W. James has ring. There will be other interesting Fruit cans, jars and jolly glassos at ported notices stating that he will ap- features of the program, including a FORRKST McCl.AIlV is down with a Warren fc Shanks'. Hovero ease of malarial fever. ply county court day for distiller's li- cake walk to bo participated in by four Miss Mollii: Early, of Boroa, was ear loads of coal. Sec J. censes and E. W. Clifton, of Kings- - of the most fantastic walkers in town. Several the guest of Mrs. J. II. Hilton. ville, will also apply for saloon license The admission will bo small and there B. Higgins before buying. Miss Mary Phillips, of Garrard, will be seats reserved for white people. at that place. School satchels, book straps, lunch Our Fall and Winter Mock is now comploto, oxcopt in Clonks. Clonk-stoc- Is the guest of Miss Mary Cook. Henry D. White told n roporter of The Fomalo College opened yesterMil (iKoikik T. McRoukrts, of baskets at Craig ft Hooker's. We uxpeut an increased busiwill he in good shape in about ten day;. day with a fair attendance nnd with this paper that Boss Davison didn't ness this season, a. everything Kentucky produces has advanced grcatly'uml Hrodhead, is with relatives hero. Loos Wanted. I will pay cash for prospect that the number will bo doub- pull him oil from the nomination for Miss Maky Grimrs, of Richmond, largo poplar logs. A. C. Sine. is still going. While our entire btook was bought at old prices the lowest is the guest of Miss led before the month is out. Misses representative, but ndmltted that he Alice Beazloy. wo will continue to coll at old prices as long as our present ever known, Mil V. II. Hall Is upending the We sell coal and feed for cash. Don't Mary Cowen and Emma Martin, altera thought It would be best for harmony week as his old homo in Eminence. stock lasts. ask for credit. J. H. Baughman & Co. pleasant vacation, were at their posts, for him to do so. Mr. White also said but Miss Mary Harris was detained by that the adjournment of the last meetJOHN Hauohman went over to For sale cheap. Gentle horse, suit the illness of her father and did not ar- ing of the committee till Sept. 18 was Georgetown yesterday to enter college. to see If Mr. J. T.Rose could not bo 1'kok. F. J. Dukfy writes us to ablo for school children. A. G. East- rive till last night. land. induced to run for county judge. Many change his paper to Ktdgefleld, Conn. The National democrats of this coun- ideas arc being brought to bear to that NEW percales, calicoes and gfng- Miss Isaiiella Baii.ry leaves to. ty met Saturday und decided to issue day to school at Mexico, Mo. hams for school dresses at Severance an address in which they will state end but Mr. Rose told a mutual friend the other duy that he did not intend to Miss Maky Hokton, of Lexington, & Son's. that National Issues having been sub- permit the use of his name. Mr. Whito Is visiting her fathor, Mr. Samuel Hor-toJ. C. McClaky furnished a casket ordinated by the district and county further said that John A. Chappcll yesterday for the old child conventions and good men nominated would be nominated for representative Miss Bkssih Roiiinson, of Corbin, of Frank Iluser. for the ollices, they will give them a and that he himself would get someis visiting her cousin, Miss Sue- Rbbin-coProsperity seems to be striking us cordial supiwrt, though they repudiate thing good. Wo have over .100 pica of new Woolen Tlioy are all in and a little. We liavn't had to send out the acts of the Frankfort convention. Mijw BiKfiiH Bl'R.nsidk, of Garrard, CmkxI?- - vnriuty enough to plonsoall. Choice novelties in ipiiuititius at DruH an extra page for a Jong time till this. RELIGIOUS. This Calls for Com ps. Gen. John Serge,-a-t all prices from '2ie to 8 1.2S a spent a few days with Miss Pearl Burn-sldITio, tOc, f)0c, tiOc, 7e pur yanl. Rev. W. S. Grlnstead will preach at Tin: C. & O. will run its last seaside B. Gordon will deliver his celebrated o., up to hands, checks I'laitl;., Scotch mixltiras yard. XovoUhw in Elijah Moorh, of Cusoy, spent sev- excursion from Lexington, Sept. 8, at lecture, "The First Days of the Confed- McKendree Wednesday night. per yard. Mack Drees CIoooN exceptionally cheap and in great variety. eral days with lilssistur, Mrs. Ed $11 for the round-tri- p Rev. Mr. Bright is tho champion to Old Point eracy" at Walton's Opera House, StanComfort. Wo specially invite von to exaniine our lines of Covert Whipcords, Moler.- ford, on October 4th Mr. Walton has baptizer of the South. lie put 117 conMiss Mattik Ki.kin, a Garrard These will Mirolv have thu run of the season and we kin and Broadcloth", Henry Kidd, of Rowland, was plac- gone to great expense and trouble to victs under the water in 15 minutes, county beauty, is visiting Miss Mary ed in jail Saturday afternoon charged secure the date and the people should with IS seconds to spare. ln- -t line in Central Kentucky. believe we will how the Hi kin. The M. E. conference nt Springfield, with disorderly conduct in that suburb show their appreciation of his eirorts by crowding the house. Lancaster Re- O., fired one minister for fraudulent Miss Rrhrcca Poim:, of Boylo, was of Stanford. cord. business transactions and another for the guest of Missus Mary and Maggie ALL persons having claims ngain3t Bright. Strapped. Realizing that It cruelty to his wife and adultery. Well Lincoln county will plcaso (lie same on C. E. Powell began a protractMiss JCatk Siiroivsiiirk, of Dan- or before Sept. 2.th. J. F. Cummins, was costing the county a good deal to edElder . meeting at the Christian church, ville, has boon the guust of J. 12. Cl'k. L. C. C. keep him in jail Judge Dawhon permit? M. Karris. ted the mother of Sam Helm, tho boy Middlesboro. Sunday. Prof. J. of Cover your house before bad weath who got 1)0 days for breaking into the ing, saysLexington, will lead the singMISSUS CLAKA AND Ol'MKLIA L.CIC- tho News. i:y are visiting Miss Bossle Richards er sets in. Cypress shingles aro the public school building, to give him a The Transylvania Presbytery of the best, and cheapest in the end. For sale severe whipping and let him go free. Southern church will meet at Kirks-vll- le in Danville. by A. C. Sine. Vor-noRow S. M. Logan and Mils. M. C. Williams, of Mt. Sho brought a strap down Saturday I, John J. McRoberts will represent tho cKjnt coveral days with Mrs. W. Stanford will send a big delegation morning and gave him a thrashing that church nt this place. The Presbytery T. Saunders. to tlio Liberty fair, winch begins to he will not soon forget, and it will go of the Northern church will meet at Mil OkWitt T. Gkuiiiis, of Shelby also 7th. Fancy City, spont Sunday with his brother, morrow and continues over Friday. further to deter him from repeating LancasterCreek Association followed Koinan Stripe Talleta at T.'.o and St per yanl, in all combinations. Tatcs the act thun u dozen terms in jail. Considerable stock will be sent from suit of most of tho other associations Plaid Taffetas at (Sue, 7oe, 81 and Sl.'i.'i. New fancy Brocades at li.'ie to 81 Prof. K. L. Grubby this section. Cavk. John G. Pulliara, local edi- and condemned Dr. Whitsett for someYard-widI'KKICINS, of Crab Orchard, Silks and SatWadk ler yard. Hot Glace Talleta in all colors at 75c. Dr. L. B. Cook has moved his ollico tor of the Democrat, and a party of thing a majority of them can not know passed through to Lexington Sunday anything about. It also resolved to ins, Luxors, DiicIiopo, (iros Grain, Armures, A'c, Ac. to his residence. The ollico is in the gentlemen, explored the cave over withdraw support from the Theologicto enter State College. which Ilarrodsburg is supposed to be al Seminary as long as the doctor is Miss Maky I'owkll passed up to West side of the bousu on Cut-otstreet, but night calls are best heard at built, and after wiggling around in the president. Middloshoro Saturday to visit her the front door. Rev. J. T. Sharrard had nine addimud and dirt for a couple of miles, re brother, Rev. C. E. Powell. tions to his meeting at Ghent. The The last Legislature changed the turned to report that it does not pos Purls Kentucklan says that they had Mil and Mils. C. M. Hknky, of Mt. Sterling, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. time of the circuit court here from the sess any unusually Interesting charac rather a sensational scene nt brink of 4th Monday in October to the 1st Mon- terlstics, und in fact is nothing more or the river one night as they wero bapW. H. Hlce, of Hedgevillc. tizing. canLittlk Ni:i Smith and sister An- day in November in order to give a less than an ordinary hole in the didates, The father of one of the mina young lady, forbade the ground throughout its entire length ister to baptize her, and carried on at nie, went to Columbia, Term., to visit week.longer In Mercer. No animal lite was discovered or any such a rate that tho city marshal was their father, Mr. E. W. Smith. The democratic county committee thing else worth recording. sent for to quiet him. The next day he Missks Maky and Katk Alcokn will meet nt Hon. Harvey Holm's ollicc escaped from custody of the marshal, went up to Middlesboro Saturday af Si'OONAMORE. Mr. Samuel Spoona-mor- c who red three shots at him, as ho was 11 A. M. Monday, county court day, ternoon to spend a few weeks with the at died at bis home near Goshen making his way to Indiana In a skill. when all the members are requested to Pennlngtons'. Saturday morning at 2 o'clock of heart be present. J. E. Carson, Chairman. Miss Grack Grinstrad went to I)re.--s OixhU and Silks are of paramount importance just now, hut still we Royal makes the food pure, disease and a general giving away of wholesome and delicious. Taylor Lackey was acquitted for his vital organs, aged 84. He had been Wash CuxhN, ciich as Penungs, Outings, Mlllorsburg yesterday and Miss Kathcall your attention to come others. leen and Nettle Grlnstead went to catling .ionn ureen, also colored, in a a hard working man all of his life und the "Peerless" black, in all qualVicugna Cloths, Ac, in hig lots. N'icholasvilic. row which came up over a crap game. it was not until recently that ho was Dress Trimmings and findings, ities Ladies' and Children's rndorwear, John P.aughman, Bourne VanArs-dal- e and a writ has been issued against unable to work on his farm with tho and Harris Wearen, who had a Green for striking Lackey with a heavy Notions, Kid (Moves, Haudkerehiefs, Linens, Ladies' and Children's fine best of men. Mr. Spoonamore was a very big time ut the Nashville Centen- pioco of timber. full of the newest ideas. all thoe are Shoe good old gentleman, a clever neighbor nial, have returned. Our old friends, A. B. Robertson & and his death will cause sorrow Mosr. Cook, of Nashville, arrived Bro., of Danville, are in the Held again wherever he Is known. lie married n Sunday to visit his sisters here. Miss this fall with a larger and hotter se- Miss Pepples some oO years ago und Lueile Cooper, who has been visiting lected stock than ever, as will bo scan she preceded him to the grave only a there, returned with him. by calling on them as they invite you few years. Four years ago he joined Mks. M. E. Loud ami little daugh- to do In another column or two. the Christian church at Goshen under ter, Bessie, who have- been with her Elder J. G. Livingston and since ho Mr. Walton. There must be some has lived up to its teachings. His onparents here during the summer, remistake ubout your remarks on wheat ly living child is Mr Tinsloy Spoonaturned to Louisville Saturday. POWDER Dk. Tom Boiion, the prince of good drills, as I have examined the Ken more, like his father, a good citizen. Absolutely Pure fellows, put in an appearance yoator- - tucky Drill handled by B. K. Wearen After services by Elder J. G. Livingsduy just in time to take in the base & Son and find It has a dust proof box, ton Sunday morning tho remains were self oiler and you don't take disc off to laid toofrest in Buffalo Cemetery beside' ball game. Ilarrodsburg Sayings. those the wife who had been a true POADCR CO., Mw YORK. Missks Sun Vhitli:y MuKiMiYand iut in oil. helpmeet for nearly a half century. Etta Belle Boot left yesterday to enter AN excursion train will leave here at Miss Heed's school at Danville. Miss B:50 Sunday morning for Louisville, Nellie Murphy will slant In next week. where a game of ball will be played beMKS. LlKKlK IIOCKKK and children, tween the league club of that city and m m CSi Our Mr. illlnni Severance Is Miss Mary and Willie, have moved an Indianapolis team. The fare for Stanford "Three special valued in White Quilts, all full ci.e and hemmed, at 05c, back topleasure- offrom Henderson, much the round trip is 81.&0 and a special car to the their friends here. will be on for white people. r."tc and D.'lc. . Mil Gokdon Paxton, of Lexington, Madras at 15 cents. MADHAS FOR CUKTA1NS 10 Pieces AlTER a considerable search ConstaUniVu., professor of Latin in Central " 25 cents. 45 14 " versity, at Richmond, spent several ble M. Speed Peyton and T. J. Bene ?ome great Bargaini aro now being offered to niako room for IiK purclini-es- . days with his relative, Mr. J. B. Pax- - dict succeeding in arresting Laurel Brown in Casey county Saturday and Theco have never been sold for less than twice and three times, these pri ton. him over to 111 at that night they turned Mks. R. Williams was taken All of these aro special values and you will do well to see them this ees. rail Wheat has been bringing from 73c to il per bushel. Goods are tho hospi- Jailer DeBord. Brown is charged with Nashvlllo and was carried to a same price as when wheat was only 50c per bushel. week before they are closed out. tal, where she remained a shor,t time. beating a German near Shelby City. We have been searching the mArkels of the United States for tho She recovered sulliciently to return Eloped. We have Information that beM values cash could buy and we are ope ling new goods every day. homo Sunday. Miss Lulu Walker, a pretty Boyle MISS Likkik Boglk, the professional county miss, eloped with an nurso in attendance upon Mrs. Win. College student, Ralph Dupcy, yesterin Preston, has been called homo at day and wero married In Lexington. by an uceident to her mother. Afterwards they went to Norfolk, Va., Lexington Herald. Wo realize tlds is true in regard lo your patronage. Therefore wo the home of the groom, where they tt Vic Owens, who has been sending will live. want to pay yon moro man any one else to trade with us u&'some good letters from Hrodhead, Lies Don't Go Messrs. B. K. passed through to Bunker Hill, Ind., Wearen & Son, Stanford Gentlemen: m Sunday where- ho will work for the In reply to your letter will say that the Wrought Iron Rango Co. Kentucky Disc Drill stands strictly on LOW PRICES. GOOD QUALITY, Gkokoi: B. Weaken and wife and BEST STYLES, its merits; tho makers light their lawMiss Hottlo Wearen left yesterday In In tho papers morning for Nashville, from whence suits court nnd ofnot We are just entering llio first Fall month and we are prepared for this drill need fear and no purchaser taking in the Exposition, they trouble in getting repairs or fear any you with seasonable goods. after will go to the Mammoth Cave. legal entanglement. Also that other Come nnd investigate that you may know the above is true. Pkktty Miss Lou Clark was up from drills must be detlclent in real merit elocution when their makers seek to scare peoBoylo Friday to see after ber ple into buying them. Wo guaranteo class, which she will begin to teach protection. Yours very truly, Bren- m Oct. 1. Sho was accompanied by Miss nan Co.'s Western Agricultural Blulfs Edna Coulter, another Boylo county Works, Louisville, Sept. 2. wont work. beauty. 5 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I. m -- ts. - - m m Tur-norsvll- lo . rol-ativu- ri Darjville, Kentucky. k ABOUT" Dress Goods. -- re-ent- n. n. o. Wllk-luco- n. New Mi-a- Si-bo- ld, 91aJSm e n, t. T OTHER STOCKS. Ho.-ier- y, 11 Specials This Week. UG-inc- Couch Covers, $1.00 Bach; "White Counterpanes. h Bagdad Stripe Portierres and ROYAL OAKINO mmmmmmmm$m?mmmmm ii m I In tlie Dity Buying New Goods I m -- ( Hus-tonvill- o, Nothing Free This World. ! ij Here Is Vour Pay: Danville, Ky N i SEVEANCE a mmmmmfmmm r (o Mrs. Ada Hill, a christian science forks of n tree However, wlien n fellow and I want us to go to see her the llrst ! Hanffins Fork Farm ror Ront gets behind it and knows how to tlrnw a one." The Squlro says that the hos- doctor, of Peoria. III., is said to have THE INTERIORJOURNAL line sight, death and destruction are in pitality of William and Andrew Whlt-lo- y cured William Lockridge, of Austin, Small farm of SIXTV ACltKS. Half In wheat, rest lit corn, (looil Improvements knew no bounds. lie was tlion Texas, of spinal paralysis, after the doe-toof its inuzzlo. The powder horn nc front LINCOLN OI1HMMT COUltT. Address. T. M. WHIi'i:. ComilN, Kv. had given him up. The treatment Miss C. A. Camplwll. l'lir.. vs. I". M. Vow oil. near Halls Gan, where he made compnnying it is u daisy and is stifllcient-l- y S"riin,-vdruoaiaj-aAn- i 2ia."bllali Downey, Pill"., vs. Ac.. Defts,; nnd Oooi-klarge, Mrs Higgins says to hold two $70,000, but ho used to go to church at was sent by wlro. ! AT I'. M. Vuwoll. tie., Dofts. Consolidated pounds of powder. William Whitley Crab Orchard occasionally aud ho says caes In lenity. S'--J PKHYKAH IN" AD S-XjICrab Orchard now has tho finest toiisorhtl beautifully engraved two verses on this that invitations from those two gentlePursuant to a judgment of tho Lincoln Cir- artist Iu tho ct. Jilt ry In thopoWonof Samit.i, JO will Ik! cliargcu. powder horn, one of which makes it men to go home with them for dinner MW When not nmM!S2.: cuit Court, rendered at Its Juno Term, lll.AKr.Moio:, who handles the scissors and IMiT, in the nltovo consolidated cases, the razor Iu expert stylo. Call on him when .ou were always extended In a manner so House ami Lot at Melvinncy speak for itself in this manner; umlcrsliMicd Commissioner will oifer at want a dean shave or Mxllsh haircut. 27 cordial that he could never refuse. Whitley, I am your horn, 'Will public outcry to the highest nnd licst bidHouse contains ft rooms, haltuav. nerossu- As I have previously stated, Archi rv outbullilliurs. Alsiut The truth I love, the lie I scorn, $ acres nf land. der Oil I ill me with the best of powder; bald Shanks always had a move on lYitisJtlereil mm of tho InM locutions for a AjND OKGajNS. I'll make your rillo crack the louder." 13, himself. In addition to the many irons homo at McKliinoy. IJOWMAX SMITH. Decker Pros'. Pianos, I asked Mrs John Huchanan a fow he had In tho lire at Crab Orchard, lie Heine flrst dav of the Lincoln countv court. Halues Pros'. Pianos, KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. to Crab Orchard concluded ho would branch out by borquestions in reference months, the foliijhiii it credit of 0 and r.lllugtou Pianos, " 10 a, m. ami 4 I. lowing dcscrlliod property, t I). II. llaldwiii Pianos, Trtn learn .Stanford ami 'J. Springs, which she answered in this wise: ing for oil in Casey. Ho was "a wickm. rctumliiat4;23p in. i. I'lschor Pianos, Ac. Twelve acres of liinil ', mile from ICelCIn-lii'the time about which wo are ta ed sinner," and frequently indulged iu 'At has irooil Iioiino of 5 rooms anil good A Houso and Lot in Hustonvillo lit toy Organs, Hamilton Organs aud other KNOXVILLE DIVISION. in the 503 and GOs, people from all profanity. He had bored for a few otithiillillngs. I'or Information npplv tod. Makes. A. W.w.TKit. Klngsvllle, or Jkssk Vai.tiiu, And bounded ns follows: llegliiulng at tho See my Omuls ami Oct Mv I'rlces Ileforu ou m over Kentucky and all the Southern States days at a point not remote from Liber...12 37 No. 21 Train going North ... 3 13 a m 10 W. T. WHlfK. Crab Orchard. Stanford, Kv. " " No. 26 " West ldo )f Masonic Hal' on Main xtrcet Hiiy ,..12 01 pm came here and had a good time. They ty aud at an unexpected moment one " South No. 25 " and running Westwurdly Wto.I. W, Allen .t 27 ,.. ui were possessed of wealth and catno in car A.O. Lamium. No. 23 day, when he was standing near by Co.'s corner, thenco Southwardly I" feet to Joii.x. Cahi.kman. roralUPoliits. a stone, thence Kiistwardly US feel to it We Are Opening This Week riages, bringing servants innumerable with where the hands were nt work, they stone, thenco Northwardly 17 foot to tho liTimO'JOU TICKI.TS SOI.I. them and stayed from early Spring time struck gas and a blaze instantaneously ghtning. UAOOAOr. CHKCKED TllllOUUH. ' Second parcel doscrllicd and Unnidcd as till frost fell in October shot out of the earth as high as the For my information cnqulrto ol follows, h lug on the waters of the lian'lnn Many others told me that these visitors tallest trees. Frightened almost to l'ork Iu Lincoln county: Hcltuilng at the JOB S. ltlCE, Agent, centre of lliistouvllle and Stanton! turn- INSURANCE COMPANY Stanford, Ky. to the Springs numbered from Gi 0 to 1,200 death, as was the case with all of his pike road, II. C. Carenter'sorlf;liial corner, and having "plenty of money and no hands. Mr. Shanks made a break for thenco S. S3 2 K. th (sites 12 links to renQUEEN & CRESCENT. OF LIVERPOOL. poor kin" thoy spent it lavishly among Crab Orchard, shouting that "Hell has ter of said creek, thenco down Mild creek N 70 H. at itoles to centre of old road, thence Junction City as follows. Trains pats the merchants and other people of Crab broke loose in Casey !" He never bored with said roadS. AS K. 18 jsilos lrt links S. t 02 p m S7 a m No. 2 North No. USoutli .... attached for oil after that day. The thorotigh-bred- s 3 46 a m Orchard " " II 21 n m Srtfc K. 13 jxilesSI links S..M', K. 24 miles v.a " CaSTLEHSH. Sop m " 6 " U 21 a in on tho No. 5 i links to a stone P.. 41) Smth side or said I asked tho old people herelnbeforo owam to the carriages, with high heads and 8 20pm "10 " Ko. 9 " m1os to a stone In road, thenco 72 sped through the mentioned why Crab Orchard did not, MANAitLltS, said road, thenco with road N. '!1 II. piles Note Xc 5 anil 0 tin not run Sundays, 9 ami 10 high tails, would be South than Junction City, netlhcr streets of Crab Orchard during tho leisure keej) moving forward with tho no fir4 17 links to old iH'd of creek, thenco N. Ithey run uml.tys. K. U silis 20 links to tho north bank of said Gommcrco Building, Louisville. hours of the owners of these elegant turnearly career it had, and was creek, thenco N. SOVj W. 50 sles to a stone CINCINNATI RY. indeed, told by some that the war shut oil what FRANKFORT AID Agrntt Throughout tlic nutli. outs and things were lively looking W. 70 polos north of turnpike, thence .17 Is links to a stone nt poplar tree, thenco N. presented really a picture with so much would have been its future, but others VIA UEOKUhTOWS. 41 W. jmles 8 links to a stonoiihovosiirlug, . M. A. M ''get about it that tho older said that those who became wealthy X. M. P. M. thence N. 2(S W. ItMl jsilos to stone, thence AM2 55 2,00 I.re. Somerset, sm N. Il"1, W, 10 poles n links at stone lit buck-evlocal Ak.'IiI. 8 20 residents yet like to dwell upon tho scene whllo living there concluded thai they " 1131 " Jet. City, 315 thoncoN OS, W IS (silos to a stone at 630 in memory, upon which they expatiate wanted broader fields in which to InI.t 9 35 4 50 605 Vow ell"s corner, thenco with Yonoll's sev 3 00 30 ' Fratiklort, 1155 Stanpokd, - - - Kentucky. 720 eral linos S. 3! K. IIS x ilos to n stone, o entertainingly. Tho beaux and belles vest their filthy lucre and moved to i;tf 5 30 8 40 G 10 Arr Paris thenco S. fit .W 23 (silos 15 'Inks to n stone, from tho many states represented at Crab bigger places, some to Louisville and Daily exevpt Sun Jay S 25 P.. HO (siles to centre of said turnc. n.uEitc.vw, n.v a. Orcharn Springs in those days "had a others to dilTercnt cities. Thus in the pike and with same, which course If reduced to a .straight lino would Is. S. 7t W M time". Pleasure was more genuine than, great drama of life, in which every jsilos to the beginning, containing CllAB OnCIIARD. as I am told that people were not so State, county, city, town, village and Its', Al'lliy. much "up to snuff" in the "tricks of trade" individual plays a part, Crab Orchard SALE OF LIVE STOCK. Less hImiiiI SO sold and convoked to nr.Ai.Kit in AS SIli: WAS IN TUB 50S AND COS COM.loeiih in society, technically speaking, as iu the has been before the footlights, made a Coffey by deed of V. M. Yowoll and wife WITH THE I'HBSENT. PARED Thfrd parcel caso at tho present day brilliant play and gone to the dressing At my farm on tho MeCornincks iiiirvh Hustonvillo, In Is Nullified us follows, near will Lincoln touul.i.oii the turnpike, one mile South of Turnerst-llli'- , Till: WEALTH OF LINCOLN COUNTY FOR the waters I room for repairs, but the actors on tho Crab Orchard Springs, pike road lending from snld'towu to THE MOST PART CONCENTRATED On tho north li) the laud of Win. II. mean, were llrst found by .incK uavis, stajre of life now there are still loved Wright, on the east by tho lauds of I' M THERE AT ONE TIME. who owned all the country around the by the people of Lincoln Crab OrchVowrll and the Miutirtiy the litmN of P. S. 1j97, iINxi".f of tn entire lot of KaulTmaii, containing UV JOE F. WATERS. town, including the site upon which the ard Is still honored for the good she Herses and Cattle, Ullk Cow:, &$,&:., so ACKKS. twn is located. Tho next owners were lias accomplished. (Co.vrt.NUiu) FnoM Last Issue.) Col. James V. Guest still strenuous- To the highest bidders. There art) 4 good Pourth parcel Is ttuatod In Lincoln counCummins & Frederncy and the others in Andrew Whitley, n brother of William, tv, Ky., on tho turnpike road leading from Hitjh-GradFertilizers and Goal. rotation as named: Mis Davenport, of ly asserts that ho had rather go to Crab liriMNl Mnres. lioro. I ilustonvlllc to Stanford and for whom Andrew Whitley, of Boyle, I'llly, Hore Colt, a'npri'il lows: lloKlunlug at a and Niumlod as folDanville, followed by her son, Henry Orchard than to heaven, though no .Mule, i tone, corner to Goods Warranted its Kcprcsculcd. Ofllco on Mule, iarllng Muli, school was named, lived within a mile of Crab houe lot, thenco N. MJsj K. Is (sib Davenport; 5th, Jake and Dr. Harlan, of saints abide on earth, nnd hence there Mule Colt", l'os unit Cnlves.fi tfood jeut Main Mroci,opss!io KlmoroV Store, It links ton stone, corner to miimo. thence Orchard then, in fact, Squire Murphy ling Cuttle, T5 txk Hogs. Will it No sell S. St K. 17 Boyle; Gth, John II Caldwell, of Boyle; an. none in that town, though good Stanford, Kentucky. jsilos C links lo the centre of the mv crop of growing torn. V r. Whitley's old brick resi Hhowed me 7th, Shannon & Jones (the Intter being people are there In superabundance. Yintvs. Minis of Si'O mid uniler. iiish: turnpike, thence with the centre of said J. I. ToTTBN. Sti.MMAN. .v ,o dence, which is still standing, as wo drove Dnnicl W, Jones, then of Danville) with Among the people who left Crab Or- over that amount a credit till Jan. Nt. IstK pike stones, r.. as mios to the centre. opNisto I have opened a shop at tho forks of tin it today This Mr. Whitley reared a Mr Fitzhugh as managei; 8th, Isaac chard years ago whom I presume were with Interest. Notes p.tyahle In l'nriHer two (silo to thenco leaving a tho (like N. 87 W. by ISO it stone iintr gtili'. thenco N. re- wltlt'inxHl cecurlt Hank ()2'4 I'. (sileslfl links tott stone, thence N. Hustonvillo aud Mllledgovlllo pikes, near three daughters, two of whom Dr. T 13 Shelby; 9th, a Stanford syndicate with most widely known aud who have moro qulreil and Trut Co., W 10 ttoles to n Mono In Wright's line, Mr I". Hold's nud am prewired to do all N It. Montgomery married, the first of whom Col. W G. Welch as trustee. Tho pres- relatives in this section than any othAt tho Mime time I will also SCI, I, 7. thence his line N. 04 W. IU (sties HI links to kinds of fulrly was Miss Evelyn Whitley and the second ent owners of the Springs are W. N. ers, were Messrs. Joseph MeAlUter, OK KENT 210 Al'ltES of myiu farm; Mute of a Mono, Wright's corner, thenco CIS K. lH gixnl Improved, well watered and Blackstuithing and Woodwork, mi1os 20 links to a stone, CiNisr's corner, who had previouswas Mrs. Ann Lillanl, Haldeman. W T. Grant, Bennett Young, Sr., and Robert Graham, the latter of cultivation. Terms made know u on il;t of thenco MV--, W. ,14 (silos ( links to a stone on ly married a young llaptist minister, Rev. Geo. O. Webster, Kufus Sysers and whom was the father of Mrs. Joe Far Mile. the branch In Csisr's line aud corner to At the lowest prices and In tho 1 manlier J P (iOVKU. Tnrnorsvllle. guarantee all my work. I will take all KaulTiuaii, thenco iiitMitiderlng Mthl brunch Robert Iillard, who died of typhoid fe- Frank McBride with Gus Hofmann as ris and the former has sons nnd daughkinds of country produce, except for homo S ISS H. 21 mIo S. S2 K. Hi polos S. SS ver about one year inter, ami about which manager, and I am told the Company ters living in neighboring towns and 4s ;. ta jHiles, thenco leaving shoeing which Is t)u cents, rash. Please give K. 12 (silos time Mr Kobert Lillard, whom all of us is making money out of their investment. in other States. Both of these gentle said branch S. SO P.. si Ntlo, thence N. 77 me a share of x our patronage C II. MAYK-P.. S (sties to the meeting house corner, younger people know, was born. Numberless Stanford people have been men made the bulk of their wealth thenco S. M II. ;tS (Miles 0 links to a stone, Archibald Shanks, an uncle of Mr. there at intervals during the season and a while residents of Crab Orchard. thenco S. 37 IL II tsiliM to the N'glnnliig. & containing 14, Samuel II. Shanks, in addition to be- good crowd of visitors is now at the The old landmarks are rapidly disap100 ACK1. ing a Crab Orchard merchant, ran a hotel, Springs. One of the owners of tho place pearing from Crab Orchard. Among I will at 12 f ;iot old prlvateh Tudor tho Judgment of the court herein It IN mill, blacksmith shop, farm, for' sale on the premises, Josephine days, Mr Shannon, is now nt those remaining yet awhile longer is o'clock m. infer the heautifnl country home was adjudged that the defendant.llou in "1'orest Home," b'vntis. has a valid mid suHrlor on till Corn mitt I lay, and so on, and was a bust, tht Springs the Mr. Shelby built tho large Mr. Andrew Foley, now &t, who was of the lute II ' Withers. The i'lirni Is fourof tho tracts of bind to sis'iiro tho pay- Order Ottlct nfi.l Pissl Li. haiur, nrar the lUIInwit ler. Mrs. Higgins says he then owned brick building at the Springs at a cost of born here In 1SH and has never lived one mile from Mauford on thu LanCrusitlllK, IVit Stlrvt, ment of hor said debt rind costs, aud mi tuncaster pike and ny of the first throe tracts and so much of about GO negroes, who did the immense 5115,000. - - IContuolcy. elbewhere. He says that his relative, the fourth tract If ut'ssur for that Coal Ynl, Mill Mrtsjt, Lwly J II HUitlnt', amount of work connected with his busi-neWhen Fitzhugh was manager, he fell Rev. Moses Foley, was paster of the will 1h sold as wl'l sutl-tho debt of 170 StUUetloli niuinlssl vans, for tho sum of enterprises, to whom she has often out with one of the proprietors, Mr Dan Baptist church here for 40 consecutive the deft.. Josephine In a high statu of cultivation, well watered lire thousand dollars (jS.(HW) with Interest Jieanl him imparting instructions when Jones, and one night the main building years. Mr. W. T. Stephenson has livand fenced, rich and prixliiclive, well adapt- then-oi- l from tin- Isth day of Janimn, 1MS. sending them to their respective posts of was burned. Suspicious actions of a Ne- ed here for 19 years in tho same house. ed to the growth ul gr.'it, (,'ralii, tolmcco at the rate of ti sr cent, per annum until Jan. 1'th. anil stock raising. A frame dwelling (Hid, suhjis't to a credit of duty each morning in language more de- gro by the name of Tom Scott made Mr "If you came up to our town only to .situated near the road large surroumlcil l IsiM; 17S lulv Is, Ista, 175 Jan. Is, st); and SHEET WORKS, cisive than the designated as elegant Dr. Jones believe that lie was the incendiary write something about Crab Orchard fore-- l aud ornamental trees nnd alxmt 40 S.150 l'eh. IB, 1M5. ami tho further sum of Thomas Welch, named in the last, was and he told a few then young mcu of tho as it was 40 or 50 yeurs ago," said Mrs. acres of wooilhtud adjoining gimlcu ;l.sn, Nilng Interest uism the unpaid semiIvV., July Is, Mi, to containing pniil the father of Col. W. G Welch, one of town, Col. W. G. Welch, J. B.Gilkerson, J. F. Holdam, "then none of us young- and orchard on other,fenced. The dwell- annual Interest from heroin expended. Jan. is, lso:, and her costs fruit, well arranged and Sole proprietor of Dean's HUrk Ilmi,niul llool aho brainiest men in Kentucky, Mrs G. A Stephen Burch, William Nave and George er people will get our names In the pa- ing has s rooms, with halls, iMrche., rin-Amount to 1st realized h the sale of the I'alllt. Ijitlaulcs jlirtilalml for pjllllllli anil cellar, all In a good state of re- .tlsive diserllHMl prosirty Is iA.7tS.42. tuplal mil Iron nsilt atl.fmilon tiuntnnssl Alt Lackey and tovuu other children. Jack Smith, of his suspicions and asked them per." However, I want to say that she required of rtx!a (ulnlcl with Ihun'a lllack Iilaiiioiiil I'alllt Iloud with approved pair, well lliiNhed work and etorv infos-a- rt was the father of Mrs. J. 15 Ows- to help him find out if he was the Welch from warrautisl forjiMm. !i!er In Isxt Ciitfrn knows exactly how to assist hor hus comfort. Outbuildings are good- - .crvnnt' tho purchaser. Isurliig legal Interest force aiii(ialiiltsVlniu Killer. Ua'rauUtsI and t'uuia lllack, ., day of sale until paid and having the ley, and was like his brother Thomas, a These five gentlemen bunted Tom band in running a hotel and to make rooms, barns, stithies, crilrs, hnggv and miuiI In 100 ards, and olfoot of Judgment and (Ktwtble to the I ma lUmtiiiKof all kliidt gntuery. gentlemen of wealth and influence. Scott that night and in order to squeeze each guest have that "at home" feel- grass, Mock lots well arranged ami fenced, Coui'r. Llou retained until a'll the purHenry Farris waj the original owner of information out of him, they hung him ing, about which we all tio frequently cistern at the door, wells. imiikN aud springs chase money Is paid. ! U. C. WAKHKN. ami tut iibiinuitnce 01 water. Crab Orchard race track, over which, Mrs. up awhile over the Brown Spring in fact, read. ICO acres with alt Improvements Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. Master Will oiler Pints fur plank fence, All 40 Higgins says, some of the best horses this they liked to have kept him suspended Hot. then ran fliul wliat thrjr It is now "Judge John Brooks," if alove mentioned and cut oil aboutroad,urre nl and ratlltiic or wlro In front of house by waul at 111; tlnre invar Ccslar Crist,i)ii Hik (ilka ever produced have run, among too long, as breath had almost left the bo- you please. He has just been sworn in aNo thu entire tract as descrl'liod willand country be I alw IradliiK from Crab Onhard to istantnril them those of Harper Bros who used to be dy when lie touched the earth again, but as police judge and he told me that o ITc red, retaining tho right to accept best plan fur fond in:. Alt kepou liaml a aupplj-nLlinltof luiiilr for hiillilliu purismt., also tti bid. habitual visitors to this race course and to he was willing to talk and said that he when law breakers are brought before . any is'ixmt offer for sale prlvatol.x my desirable and ililiik-ln- ran All uu me nt lc1rli)mora artlrlvof The purchaser will got Immediate kiuil rail UrarlVdir lay which people from long distances came hnd been hired by Fitzhugh for f 100 to him what ho will do for them will ben of farm; hou-yard and garden Jan. home on Lower Main street. Stanford. The till Si U. W M.Sdl.KlON pretty cottage with nice house Is a unry 1st, lM's. in fact, the races hero then were nbout bum up the Springs buildings For tiiis plenty. At the unit) time nnd place will sell live yard aud good garden nnd outhouses: and Is the races at Lexington and Louisvi lc information, obtained as it was, only two In it most pleasant iiclglilsirhood. Cull on The crab apple trees, from which stock mid stock ami crop, consisting of & moon the premises nnd I will take pleasure now are a big thing. of the live that did the hanging got into Crab Orchard derived its name, are Twclvo Coed Fceilns Cattle, a Lst of Iu showing Its maiiv ndvuntugi s, .. ....rruprli'turi William Farris was a Crab Orchard ho- trouble -- Col, Welch ami Mr. Gilkerson. still thick in some localities around Thoroughbred Jerso7 Cows, Calves, MKS. KI.l.A POKTMAN. 40 tel man. JIo was the father of Messrs. U. S Maishal Eli Murray, a little later, town, especially so near the great SulHorses, Hales, Shcop, Hogs and about 20 LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE Henry, Joe and Morris Farris. on the sworn statment of the Negro, ar- phur Well at the depot. 1 saw a LebStacks of Hay T. City, Ky. The goods of the Crab Orchard mer- rested Col Welch, Dr Dunlap, Messrs. anon lady not much larger than a Tor stock aud crop all n Teums or S.u.k. KOWLAND. KV., cash; over that amount.'! Minis under were then hauled in wagons from J. B, Gilkerson, J 11 Shannon, Chmpbell chants Turnout, prompt attention, Tory jug drink neurly a half gallon months time on mites with approved rccu-lltIIsisGono Back into the Coal reaaotiahle rates A pirtloa of Jour patronaKo la Louisville, which was done about as Alexander, Jake Higgins and Daniel W. of water from this well at "one sitting" Tliu laud will be sold for ropeclfiilljr nollclldl lit Itusinuss, Iu cual cash; thu remaining cheaply, Mosri. Stuart and Hardin say Jones and took them to Louisville for of about 15 minutes tho other evening, payments of mid 2 jwirn, legal interest, And will keep constantly on hum! tho Jolll-cas by the L v N K It. now. The wag- trial. Col Welch and Mr Gilkerson both while a gentleman present remarked notes to tic dated from day of sale mill lien boat CoaW ami Ilraiich and ons used were of the skill shape, low in swore that they were tho only ones of the that he believed he could live always retained on laud until all notes nto paid. ask 1'alN patronage of otherpublic. Stanford tho tho the middle ami the ends high up, into seven arrested that had participated iu on that water and three square meals Tor further Information, applv to friends who want Coal can leaxo orders with P. JlKll), K.coutor. J. II. Higgins, which will receive prompt atinwhich n large amount of goods could bo "the hanging",but the d a day. Joe F. Waters. T. L. SllKLTON. tention placed It was a common sight in those dividuals in authority let the Negro's evidays to see a dozen or so of these wagons dence outweigh that of those two gentleA Georgetown merchant and two Ky., in t'rab Orchard at one time, and among men and they were all fined $1,000 ench Scott county farmers went in together Has for Sale I will c tier at public ale (If not bold prithese teatnter was the late John .Myers, aud trimmings. After stating at length to break a" Cincinnati "bucket shop" In vately beforehand; on GOLDDUST HORSES, of Stanford, who drove six of the biggest to me how close'y Col Welch stuck to buying wheat on margins. The merand sleeted horc to be found, and I am him in this matter, Mr. Gilkerson said: chant put in ?2,250 and cleared $2j,000. 15, '97, For both Saddle and Harness Purposes. Also told he hnulfd goods all the way from "Don't forget to say that he stuck to mo The farmers are brothers, and one put My farm situated two miles from Crab Orn Cattle, Poland China Jersey and v. a tin-- , p ace itsfnras Tu2velJ, closer than a brother - that he kept me in &100 and mado 8:1,700. Louisville The other chard on the Lancaster and Crab Orchard Hogs, Southdown Shcop. for-gn ' $200. and when he had turnpike, on Dlx Kiver, and containing Ten brother put up out of prison walls, and I never can : Individuals of lest Htralns. Call or 'No expenses of any namade $."00 wanted to draw out. Ills that one noble act of his." ACRES OF GOOD LAND. Choice wants. wrlt0 ture were paid any attention to nbout that Co., As I stated ul the beginning, tho brother said to the merchant: "Oh Said laud will bo sold iu three tracts, AWOHI) TO- time", said Mrs. John Buchanan, "and wealth of Lincoln county was concen- Tommlo hasn't any nerve; let's buy as follows: KOUNDliD 1SOC. Aeryt of Tract No, 1, containing nooui everybody really enjoyed life. Time has trated In and around Crab Orchard. If him out." They did, and when they " Land, which Includes thu residence, a brick OWNERS. many changes in t rah Orchard a man from any portion of tho county sent down to collect the thousands that and frame with s rooms and :i halls, 'i largu wrought since then. Most all of the older resi wanted to borrow u few thousand dol- they had mado, tho bucket shop man barns, good leu house aud other outbuildAroyou Insured ? If not, why not? ings, good orchards, well watered; In 6 . STANKOIlD, KY. of dwellings and barns good us yours dents have moved away, but the fact re- lars he knew where to get it Crab Or- could not be found. ' He had skipped desirable farm; 'M acres Iu woodland; tact In US 7-mains that nearly everj body who leaves chard. Some of tho old the country. Besides failing to get the cultivation mid remainder Iu ras.s. Tract No. 2 contains about loo Acres, ad( rah Orchard sooner or 'nter wants to there told me thut if they ever needed $28,700 they won, they los't all they put resijoining tract No and has upon it 00 they paid tho dence of 4 rooms, a tenant lioii-live " come back here to good ora thousand dollars or so in their busi- in $2,730, besides'the tu cultivation, !I0 acres In chard, DO Mrs Higgins showed mi the gun formerness then they had only to step out to a brother that "didn't have any nerve." grass and acresremainder In woodland. Evor3' year. Involving tho loss of millions of thu expect to escapo Kentuckian. ly owned by Win. Whitley, with which next door neighbor-merchaParis and the STANFOHD, KV. Tract No. contains alniut Uflo AcEes. ad- dollars. Wh3' should tlio Indian warrior Tecumseh was killed. wherewith was forthcoming. Hez Lung, whoso peculiar name af- joining thu other tracts, has upon It a burr from year to year ? "But '2 tenant mill with water aud stt am All Iclmlsnf irpilrtrg dore at reitouthlc rate This gun the nmiHger of the world's now," said one of them, "if u fellow is forded the New York Sun so much houses, granary, blacknmlth iiower, about Oil Upholstering a specially, batuuatlloa guararcod. nhup; Your Proporty May Burn K. acres of this laud Is good Dlx Itlver liottom. Fair tried to hive on exhibition there, but starving and tho uso of a few hundred amusement last fall has gotten J. tjaid tracts of laud will bo offered . Within a year, within a mouth, within 21 A. oho had experienced con siderablediflicul-t- dollars .vill save him, he has to go to Wilson, a neighbor, in trouble by loanaud then as a whole. hours. Wlij" should 30U expose tho accuTeums. Halo will bo mado 011 tho follow- mulation of 3 ears of honest toll to loss 113' iu getting it into her possession in year-- uomebank to get it and give a noto ing him a "prescription" for whisky Surgeon lire, which can It In au d ing cash; balance ngouo, and dcolined to let it be tent thith- that is at local option Hurrodsburg. That's and terms: eipial Installments, bearingInin- a single Soliciting share destroy patromtgo Dentist, '2 years, of 3 our ? hhur Mr. Wilson Hez Lung terest payable annually. Squlro Murphy said: "I know much all right. Kespcctfully, er. It Is about heavy enough to be haul Will Ikj glad to .show said tracts to any el around in iu a spring wagon, but I of Crab Orchard's history myself, but trouble. I'aris News. nuo desiring a home. JESSE D. WEAR21T, tt acIke Curtis ealled Bill Near Paris Mrs. Sallie Ann Higgins knows moio don't sco how a fo low could shoot it W. T. II. WHITE. Office OTer Mcltobortt' Drug Store In the Owiloy LJd uuiiartij. Crab Orchard, Ky. I General Agcit, - - - - Stanfotd. Ky out of his house and killed him. curately without letting it rc3t in the in reference to that town than anybody Commissioner's Sale Hv-in- ir rs o NOTICE m .jFOIK EI 1 Monday, Sept. .' '97, PIANOS FOR RENT. to-w- lt: 1 g, 1 4s-lt- n 1 New Shoes, New Calicoes, New 1 -- 1 1 J . 1 Percales, BfflBEE S .'!'. pros-IKjro- us New Dress Goods. IP-- 'S ArrOt-ooietown- , CALL AND "6 SEE. W. A. TUXBBXJC, o, Tanner Bros, McKinney. J. B. HIGGINS, Farm Wagons, Pleas ure Vehicles, 1 On Tuesday, Oct. 5th 1 D.in-vlll- Agricultural Implements, o 1 1 -- 1 4 1 -- ls-,- I -! Fine Farm for Sale. '97 sit-iiat- . t. 1 S Tuesday, Sept. 1 NOEL SON, 1 -- tan-yar- d, DEHLERS COHL, bj'-go- post-ofli:- o, ss Contains Acres, pur-(Mi- Sttinford; f V. - m in J..X.Jones, IU STANFORD, I tr wu-k- l. As-url- jierpe-trato- r. liou-e-- il-t- lce-hou- f NOTICE Is-ua- t f Pretty Home Far Sale. 1 -- o, Cri-fk- . lie -- Year-ling- s. SHELBY SHELBY, . four-gallo- L SHELTON, Junction 'O Flrt-CIa.- y. one-thi- rd two-thir- ds 1 o, FIRE INSURANCE. narrow-minde- Public Sale. F.REI D.Stanford, FMENIX OP BROOKLYN. Insurance Company, Insurance Wednesday, Sept. Short-Hor- it taxa-stiriu"- , 630 Caledonian bcd or Scotland. -- -0 PROPERTY -- -- Thoti-snn- ds R. B. MAHONY, Agt., 11 1 11 e. Are Destroyed by H. D. PHILLIPS. Fire or Lightning Gun and I.ook Smith. nt .'! -'- y bepa-rnte- ly rRict, , Iron-clad- Onu-thlr- 1 ." 11 Stanford, Ky. IIWH Tul-bo- Slim umi'i" )" TTdaA-ii- a