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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897091001 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. MT. VERNON l?oolccastloV su8st'l INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1897. LANCASTER. MATRUVIONIA-L. NO. 55 .SiH.ll. Four new houses are going up In our John Oatts. of Clinton. 'iVnn.. Is on- ... ..m iwiramu imui I. now 4t.... Willi ....i.i city for residences. This Is proof of an is j living 11. M. met with ,Mrn. M. Increase In population rather than of Tho C. V. his fourth wife. Fred Lancaster, originally from DalJ. Miller' Jr., Wednesday. Allaru In- prosperity. Does It make us feel when lilpli prices are Several cases of fovor aro reported In las, Texas, has abandoned eight wives vited to moot iio.xt Thursday. tlnAwn at in. We endeavor to sell in tho last four years. There will bo a box anil ice cream this county and some of them are prove fatal. John D. Rockefeller, tho millionaire, bupporut Mnrotburg Saturday h A silver contest will be held at can now enjoy his married life. His A largo party from huro expects mother-in-lanext Saturday night, in which a to attend. has just died, aged &S. H. M. Wallen, 21, eloped with Miss Win. McClure has moved here number of contestants will tuko part. Mr. Call and see our line of .Men's, BojV and Capt. T. A. Klkin bought 11! mules at Sadie, daughter of L. J.' Wlthorspoon, and ib now our town marshal. Ilro. .F. Children's Suits Net Shoes. I'lupst Hats, Danville, Richmond at iliO. Frank Walker, of .Vobbli'st NYekwrar. Latent HilrK. Manhatof Lawronceburg. and married her at S. Fairer left Wednesday for tan Shirts Stetson Hats. Atlanta, is here buying horses for the Lexington. where he will enter college. Jealousy caused Glon Fuller, aged 1(1, Supt. Andrew Uiikor has been visit- Southern market. o-lobThe Garrard Graded school will open to fatally cut his rival, Davo Graves, of ing the Mjhools, but llndfl It such warm L. rUOHMAX & CO.. J. work after tjiat cIomj eonllnomont In here Monday and a large attendance is the same age, in the presence of their IN THE SWIM .Vos. 2.T.' and 2.10 Main St . - - Danville. ICy. concluded to expected. The faculty Is one of tho sweetheart at Oberlln, O. the pouniee that he Ihih bust in tho State and deserves to be wait for cooler weather. There are a number of marriages i:n ju.in it (.oiti)0.v, ff Don't forgot the medal conlcbt at the supported. from tioigia and tKv last booked to come oil In Stanford soon, Pi L. L. Walker Is at French Lick surviving Confederate e Friday evening. Admls-blogeneral of his but as there's many a slip 'twixt tho , Dr. J. It. Kin-- rank, will deliver his now lecture, cup and the lip wo will not go Into de10c; proceed for the benefit of the Springs In Indiana. Send Her to Stanford Orphans Home, Louisville. Do not uaird has bueu apointed deputy town "Tho First Days or the Confederacy," tails at present. ' It has full Courses of Study In all depart mints. It has trained and experienced teachMr. Carl A. McKnlght, of Louisville, lot parties, reception or unythlng else marshal. Being a splendid surgeon, if at Walton's Opera House, Stanford, ers. It has all needful facilities for the thorough training of clrlsln all grades. It tempt you to stay away. Giving your ho shoots anybody, he can dross the Oct. I. Of It tho Courier-Journsays: and Miss Sallie McDowell, daughter of established for the welfare and convenience of Stanford and Lincoln county. Let all was tho money In such a case Is only lending to wound. .,. Col. Nicholas McDowell, wero Iteonle of Stanford and vlclnlte. Iiwin-w- .if ll.li...ii..,r ti,..t 1..11., ........ , .1 "Gen. Gordon's great lecture ought to Tho course pursued by the National bo heard by every young American. o er schools rally around the College and give It their united and heartv supiort. the Lord. Tho groom Is a Centre mo. ror lniormation call on sirs. Mitnmv at tho college or Tho cruel hand of death has again democrats of your county In agreeing It Is a masterpiece. Not only as a gem graduate and the pair will live In write forirssiiiu ,ii.-ncatalogue. vVM. SHELDON. PiiesiukSt. and Mrs. to support tho district and county can- of visited the family of Mr. oratory, but as a superb outburst of Chicago. ----- --.,n Chas. Forrester. Last Saturday night didates is highly commendable, and It patriotism it will live long after we have A dispatch from Grays says Mr. Y"-V v -V V - -- v lovely little daughter, Pearl, died Is hoped that a similar move will be passed away. Tho vast audience that Lumpkins and Miss Kebecca Cox, their of bronchitis. The remains wure tak- made in this county. One thing is cer- hoard him last night, we are sure, voice and Mr. John Owens and Miss Ella en to Knoxvlllo for Interment. The tain such action would not bo a sacri- this expression. " Tho prospect is that Scott, all of that section, surprised I bereavud parents have our blneero fice of principle or a surrender of any oven a greater ovation will bo given their friends by having a double wedconviction, since tho olllces, in ques- the general this time than when ho de- ding at the home of Mr. James Helton. :: sympathy. 1, Mrs. Langtry, tho Jersey Lily, was A'J He v. J. M. Hoswoll returned to his tion, will have nothing to do with ad- livered his other lecture, "The Last We are prepared to store wheat at a less price'than you can store It your- In Franco to Paul Antonio In Lebanon last Friday. Twenty-nin- e justing the financial Issue. home y? Days of tho Confederacy," two years married J: L. self. Call anil ii iismiwI in. The Northern Presbytery for this ago, when a crowded house greeted Nicolas, Prince Esterhazy of Galan-thwore added to the church during I district, including about .10 counties, him. Count of Edelstcttcn and his meeting. Ho will bo formally V He Is the son of Prince Nicat Junction City next Suuduyt convened hero on Tuesday night, Dr. Kldor J. W. Sutherland, of Danville, preaching the olas and Lady Sarah Villlers, of a line Hubble, when that noted alvlne, . .'!? of the Earls. McGarvey, of Lexington, U oxpootod annual sorinon. Kov. L. M. Scroggs, LI. Owsley bought Wosley Sut Dr. J. ill a1 Tor vou. of Mt. Vornoti. was elected moderator, Miss Pearl White, the pretty daughotholatu. to : ter of Mr. and Mrs. John M. White, of The missionary nicotine; of the chil- and Prof. L. F.ddy, of Danville, clerk. ton's horse mules at O per head. W. T. May will preach at the Chrlt-tin- n this county, was married was A number of elders and ministers are dren of tho Presbyterian church at Springfield M church hero Sunday morning and this week to Mr. J. S. Keid, of Lex- (J enjoyed by our jnioplo Monday night. present and tho work of the session Is. Kacli child U)ld how much ho had real- being rapidly disposed of. Tho session night. ington. Miss White had been at Geo. Woods sold some butcher stull ized from tho Investment of live cent adjourned to meet at Mt. Vernon on Springs for several weeks and to Hob Kiissell at 'lc. Charley Blanks her marriage was not known to two months ago. Delia Arnold won the second Tuesday In April. her paKev. Dlllard, colored, of Lowor Gar- bought a work and harness horse from rents till they received the following the prize, having made luc, thu largest rard, came here last Saturday with a Win. Poland for :. Winfrey Har- telegram: "I leave Mini brought. for Lexing1). N. Williams Is visiting in young colored woman, traded the horse nett sold his pony to Jos. Owsley for ton, &." Pearl told. The bride is a Mrs. 17..")0 and his backboard and harness Kingston, having been called there by he had for another, hired a buggy and charming young lady and her many to G. H. Harnett for 810 and is talking friends in Lincoln sincerely hope they loft, promising to return Saturday the illness and death of Mr. Jus. she Micros May and Hesslu Miller, night. Thoy have not yet returned and of going to Harrodsburg to go into the has chosen wisely in tho selection of a Susie Thompson, Lena Horron, (Jrncie it is rcHrtcd that the couple have mar- tailor business. S. M. Spoonnmoro husband. Mr. Held Is In tho picture Cox, Messrs. K. 11. Cox and C. Donhani ried and ho Is holding a protracted sold his old stock scales to A. Kourne business nt Lexington and Is said to be attended tho closing borvicos of Hro. meeting in Clark county. On Monday for .". a clever young gentleman. We are making preparations for a big output of goods. When you hear our Dr. Ktunatrd was called to see Wila colored woman eaino here, made oath Farrer'w meeting at Providence. After u reception tho night before, you will then know we mean to sell the goods. Our aim in making The llaptlst association has been that she Is his lawful wifo and also lie Purdom, who has had bilious fever, which was attended by a number of precedenteil prices is to reach out ami furnish our ailjoiding counties, whichthese un. fact has well attended. Tho ministers preront swore out a writ of delivery for the but is Improving. G. A. Swmcbroad couples, who greatly enjoyed both tie always proven itself where a customer favored us with a call. We aie hcie for bus-- i Mahony, horse which ho traded, claiming that returned from Powell's Valley Monday tlmo and tho delightful refreshments, less, quick stilus ami small profits. are P.evs. Plko, Carmlchal, 100 good cattle. Mrs. Lizzie Kiee Crouch, Capps, Williams, Warder and he belongs to her. Parties here are with tho marriage of Mr. Walter K. Smith, loft Monday for Harrlmon, Tenu., to of Clifton Forge, Vu., and Miss Edna McDonald. Several excellent cormons anxious to recover the horse and bugIV. have burn preached. The visitors arc gy which ho got from thorn. It is said enter her son, Joe Howard Klco, In Muriel Courts was duly solemnized Miumtuoubly entertained by Messrs. that a warrant for his arrest has boon school there. Hd Minor and H. W. Wednesday by Kov. S. M. Logan, at Branch Store at Hustonvillc, II. K. Cnmnitz, Manager. McKenzle, Colycr, Gentry, Woods, lin- sjnt to Clark county, and startling de- Given- aro In Marion county on tho residence of the bride's parents, Mr. A. D. Koot is remodeling Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McKInnev, In a velopments aro expected. ker, Carmlchal, White and others. i Our community was shocked by tho his store building at Hedgevllle and beautiful ceremony In wliich a ring was, Kobltibon, of Garrard, returned John with Mrs. Jus. Uoblnson. Miss Ida n'lnouucoment of jlic sudden death of making things generally look neat. used and in the presence of a few inti i3J m May Adams exjwets to enter Caldwell Mrs. HonryT. Nool at Middlosboroon Mrs. George Wood Is chilling bou.o mate friends. Mr. P. S. Hoxley, of College, Danville, soon. Miss Wade Sanday night. She had boon walking now. Virginia, and Miss Nannie VnnDcveerj 1 Thompson is the guost of Miss Mollle and was stricken by paralysis on hor of Stanford, were the attendants. The The fust mail train, going east, and linker. Mrs. Mattle Da I lord, of Pulas- return home, death resulting in a few tho Mexico and California express bride was becomingly attired in a trav. Mrs. hours. Doing a native of this county, ki. Ip attending the on the A. T. & S. F. rail- cling suit that made her splendid fig Mary Albright and son, James Al- thu remains wore brought hero and the road, collided head on, near Emporia, ure more attractive. She Is a very bright, of Ilrodhcad, are attending the funeral sermon was preached at the Kas., killing 11 persons and wounding lovely young lady in every way and the Everything In suok to supply yuiu 1 its. association. Dr. K. J. Ilrown, of Stan- Presbyterian church on Tuesday after- many others. One train was pulled by handsome groom is fortunate in winford, was in town Wednesday. James noon by Kov. W. O. Goodloe, of two locomotives and all three exploded. ning her. He belongs to ono of Virassisted by Kev. Henry .'. W. ItobinMin, of Middloslwro, Is visiting J. Bryan was on one of tho trains, ginia's best families and is himself a Ami lutlouery at thu Lowest CuMi Trices, Mr. Wnl, Welter. Miss Minnie Kiddle Faulconor, after which a host of rela- but was not hurt. Ho worked nobly to moral young man of excellent business is visiting friends here. Mrs. Cleo tives and friends followed the romaliis rescue qualifications, already established in a the unfortunate. Ilrown bin a beautiful lot of new fall to Lancaster Cemetery for interment. paying trade. After a vhit to the Tho Hartford Herald tells this snuko hats. Tho remarks by the minister, relative Nashville Exposition and a spin around DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. Tho content at Pine Hill was attend- to hor pure life, and the tears shed by story: Clcoro Burton and tho Bozarth tho circle to Louisa county, Va., where Vi m ed b a largo and intelligent audience. relatives and friend evinced tho high boyn killed II rattlesnakes on Mrs. Mr. Smith's people live, tho happy pair About ."0 went from hero and at least esteem In which she was held. De- Nancy Parks' farm, near Bodu, one will go to Clifton Forgo to live, and III) from Livingston. The contestants ceased was In hor olst year, and a day last week. The old snake was four whore tho bride Is no stranger, having h were Misses Ida and Mary Tyrec, devoted member of tho Presbyterian feet, boven inches long, eight Inches in bpent hor school days there and gradSimpson, Klllo Meadows, Mattto church. She was a daughter of Cjrus circumference, with 13 rattles. There uated at its college. McFerran and Win. Simpson. Tho Doty, deceased, who was a popular and were l.'l young snakes, each measuring judges wero Miss Kate Moore, Messrs. worthy citizen. She left two sisters It inches in length. Sam Small Is coming to Kentucky to Two Louisville people wore victim make speeches for democracy. Ho Is Kdgar Albright and Lewis Jones, who and a brother, Mosdames J. J. Walker. decided In favor of Miss Ida Tyrco. Thimias Miller and Charles J. Doty, all of tho yellow fever at Ocean Grove very doubtful about tho prosperity now Mr. John Meadows, the talent young of whom command tho respect and es- Miss., Dr. Bcniiss, who went there to said to bo prevailing and says tho sput G-SlH1 ( fi tjacher of that place, entertained a teem of tho entire community on ac- attend the sick, and Miss Lula, daugh- in wheat is artificial and the direct renumber of tho young jieoplo at his count of their excellent traits of char- ter of the late Col. Alfrlend, city tick- sult of tho famine in India. It is not g home after tho oxerclsescloscd. A W. acter. Her husband, Mr. II. T. Noel, et agont of the L. it N., who was duo to tho republican administration. U. was organized with Mrs. an ablo lawyer, there1 CEILIWG, C. T. Mark Hanna did not kill hundreds of throo sons and one Near Friend's Mission, Virginia. thousands of people in India in order Simpaon as president. daughter, survive her, one son, Lucien Doty Noel, being a brilliant minister Miss Sadlo Cook, a young white girl, to help tho American farmer. PresiMO R ELAND.. and having charge- of a largo church was outraged by Henry Wall, white, dent McKlnley is a regular church, in Texas. Tho entire community con- aged about 21. After accomplishing goer, but ho doesn't think you can prove Squire Smiley and wife, of Illrmlng-hamhis purpose. Wall killed his victim by u conspiracy between hlmcand.JGod to aro visiting old friends and rela- doles with tho family In their greatest cutting her throat. Ho was captured produce u famine in India byjproviden- bjreavement. tives here. and lynched. tlal enactment. returned from Miss Leila Carter has Tho latest printing press turns out Danviu.k. A In splto of repeated warnings of tho accompanied by Miss Sudio London, page papers an hour. borious situation existing onjtho routes horse to have been driven by some of 0(5,000 eight-pngKUey, who will spend a few duys with tho wedding party, was hitched In front Men not yet old can remember when to tho Yukon, thousands of adventurher friends near hero. of Mr. A. E. Gibbons' residence Wed- tho fastest press could not print that ers aro still swelling tho crowds who The neod of a public well is being nesday, attached to a lino carriage, many BKxjjjijjjiiiiiijJiJ e papers in 48 hours. JH aro struggling to get over tho pusses felt moro and more as tho dry weather when tho animal broke tho chain with C. Keycs, &J years old and crip on tho Dycu and Skagtmy routes. There Mrs. continues. Water is getting to bo an which he was hitched, dashed olT garden by her own are 4,000 men and 2,000 horses on tho at a here. Stir up a subscription pa- fearful rate of speed and running pled, cultivates a object labor at St. Aujnistlno, Flu., and one Skaguay trail, and 10 vessels, charterper, some one, and till a long folt want. against a tree a few wa ed to laud cargoes at Skaguay before hundred yards day she picked from it a Some of tho local sportsmen report away, Binashcd tho vehicle to smithSept. 15, will udd :i,200J-morto this termolon and SO pumpkins. In tho knobs squlrels as very plentiful Zi ereens and badly crippled himself In Klondike Is much nearer tho States throng. as thoy aro busy on growing adjacent, Tho L. & N. has given an order to tho hind legs. In this connection It now than was California in 1849 and 'crop of mast. Doves have commenced can bo II vo tho United States Cur Company, at stated that the White House in when it took from four to coming In since hemp cutting Is on Washington City Is not more fully 18J0, Ala., for f00 box cars. Tho cost months of marching to reach tho gold and many nn old rusty fowling piece is equipped us to modern conveniences will aggregate about $2.)0,(i00. This orHolds. being burnished for tho present sjiort. and appliances than tho residence of will have tho effect of giving emA Negro man in Florida who had as der ahcrilT and county judge, Our next ployment to 500 men at the shops. Mr. Gibbons. He was his own archi saulted a lady, was tried, found guilty JHBrjHflBpHnBJ ml n & g Messrs. Sam M. Owens and Mr. James tect and Is an artist at anything and and hung by law in tho space of two Next Sunday low rates njjuln to CinP. Halloy, wero interviewing the boys everything ho undertakes. hours from tho llmo ho was caught. cinnati. Ubiiul low rate oxcurslon via hero Tucsduy. Miss Kato Helm, of Tho Acting Comptroller of tho Cur the Queen & Crescent Route, Sunday relatives in More-lan- d Danville, Is visiting 21) presiJ. H. Kaymond, who Isrency is named Collin. It Is very prop Sept. 1. Aalc agents for particulars. this week. Misses Julia, Ktta dent of tho West Virginia at University, or that ho should have charge of Tlio Ht't Is always Imitated. Tlio Superior Is tho Genuine Disc Drill. Has boon thorand Emma Wyatt returned to Lexing- was less than 20 Tho big Wa Wulton and Watter-so- n oughly touted anil gives satisfaction. All other Dl0 Drills aro au experiment urn! an National banks. years' ago a newsboy Monday. ton on tho Superior. Suit has boon entered In tho U. S. Court against 0110 com have been walloping each editor, in Chicago. Frank Lafover, a widower of "2, was pany for Infringement, farmers, Investigate before buying. o and it's mighty Interesting A St. Louis woman made 10 unsuc- married at Clinton, Tenn., to Miss Louisville typereading. G. M. Allison, of tho t. Mt. Sterling cessful attempts at suicide. Richards, sweet 10. HIGGINS & writer Urm, is dead, valuation U( -- p- hi Rather arxazE b, Cool ovo-nlnj- r. An-lloc- Good Material w At Low Prices. I or court-hous- n Where to Send My Girl to School ? College l al married-Tuesday- Col-leg- ...-..- s 1 111 1 Ish-ma- p -- --.- - - u, Farch-tenstei- n. '' I WHEAT. tOg I I Will Either Buy or Store S-- J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. Ta-tha- in to-da- y 1 Uoiil-war- c. Furniture, Carpets, fall Paper, MATTING. pri-pric- es W. WITHERS. STANFORD. rtJtebfejggg H gp bubl-nos- iMSr-fSI I ! Schoof Book. west-boun- d, I I Har-rodsbur- g, SCHOOL T'.jBjLjIEZTS 1 W. B. MoBOBERTS. I I i KiSgSM tXiMss&m&m Kli.-abet- METAL ROOFING. L FLOORING, A. 2 STANFORD, Kf. 7 FINISH. SIDING, sum-merin- Farm and Wis' Yard Fence. d, hlgh-headc- d o four-pag- An-nisto- n, affiK T3HHVHyA " 't'pll l-- - dc-fuu- et Su-si- Sentinel-Democra- M'KINNEY. r n nk f i r 5 5 I Wl It'. r i J i 1 ft It I. ii ,;SH- -s Alex Williams, of Indianapolis, is 2." to $7."). Knott county has 1,200 votes, i2 can- wanted for shooting his 10 year old son M. II . Haggard delivered to Warren The Louisville Store is tho Ilousjkeopor's, the boys', the girls', the men anil wodidates for ollice. ."4 of whom are dem- when the latter wont courting at night Graves 92 feeding cattle at 'IJ cent. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Tliojr require men's Klondike. It's amino of huguim, a rich I'lncer of big migg-jl"- . ocrats. He will deliver to Dr. John K. Pack no without his father's consont. digging out of musty corners. No, thoy glitfr attention every whore. Thoy Nen ''Bishop" Dupee, a ForApiate Cl S. J. SHACKELFORD IS yuarlings at I cents. George near The yacht Blanche B., line the shelves and the tl tor in tho " Circuit Judge, M.C.SAUFLEY. gro H)lUic!un and preacher, of lidu-caTwo town Times. 17 people aboard. Dotrolt with Attorney,.!. S. OWSLEY, Jr. is dead. " Com'lth Hogs are scarce and l cents are read were drowned and the " Peprexentntive, - .V. F. XORT1L Over .1,000 people heard Hon. John escaped, four ily paid for them, while many farmers fate of the others Is unknown. " County Judy, - J AS. P. PAILEY. S. Khou open the campaign at Six puoplo were killed by an explo- are asking H conts for them. Stock " County Clerk. - GEO. li. COOPER. Monday. at Cygnet, O., hogs are selling at I cents. Lexing" County Attorney, HA RVEV HELM. The United States conunisslonershlp sion of It is believed others were killed ton Gazette. " Circuit Clerk, J. F 1IOLDAM. has been awarded to James I. White, and The Kentucky commissioner of agriThoy cover Hit boys' nml nun's hick with whose names are not yet known. - SAML M. OWEXS with headquarters at Mt. Vernon. "Sheriff-culture estimates from reports to his Mobllo and Galveston have quaran" Jailer, GEO. W. DEUORD. Gen. Lee w'll not return to Havana. Florida department td per cent, of the present Now Orleans. " Attetsor, - - C. G. BAKER. He will be succeeded as consul general tined against points west wheat crop remains unsold in the hands Aldrich, of Chica- has quarantined against all " Coroner, - - II'J-- LASDGRAF. by of the farmers. of Mobile, as far as New Orleans. go. Supt. Schools, GARLAND JIXGLETOX A. Foley, of South Elkhorn, sold to Hampton, of the republi Bishop l'ettey, who presided over the Chairman W. J. Loughrldge, of this city, 10,000 Young Ladies and Women with the N'oivest Stylos of can State campaign committee, has ac- A. M. E. conference, says the South Is IN one of his most captivating efforts, cepted I'opullst l'arker's challenge for the place for the colored man and that pounds of hemp at $2.7i. H. C. DunMr. Wattereon makes an appeal for the '20 joint discussions with republican the race problem Is not a serious one. can, of Wayne, sold to H. Smltha, .'10 in of democratic factions Mrs. Richard Mllllkcn, widow of tho cattle tit '.c. -- Lexington Herald. which, nominee Bailey. Wednesday's Courier-Journa- l, With .S,000 paid for a sheep and Hon. E. J. Howard will probably at- wealthy sugar planter, has presented barring a suggestion or two, can hard- tend the Baptist Theological school at a New Orleans charity hospital with for a hog. the Indications are that ly bo Improved upon. It is written in The l:it days of Auqiist nro tube memorable for tho building. good times are coming or that bad Louisville, says the Middlcsboro News, $7.,000 to found a children's his best vein and beginning with a suginsanity among times have not yet parted all tho fools will give which means that Mr. Howard Freedom increases gestive annecdotc or two, he launches up politics for the pulpit. the Negroes. Prior to lbtio there were and their money. - Glasgow Times. into an appeal, which is both conciliaLyon A; Allen bought for Simon The Louisville Commercial says: The only (0 of them In the insane asylum of tory and from his standpoint conclu chances that Bailey will bo elected Virginia. Now there are over 1,000. Welhl In tho West End 'JoO feeders sive, lie suites every point upon which weighing from 07. to 1,1100 jwunds at There wore 13 starters In tho clerk of the court of appeals are about democrats are agreed and asks "where three to one." The odds against him Lexington to Cov- "J.40 to U.S.). Thoy also bought of varoad race from then is the difference, saving bad blood, are greater than that. Louisville ington. Joe Langfeidt, aged 17 years, rious parties two car loads of butcher hard feelings, rough words and pride of And you must ri'tneinber that every time you buy a summer aiticle it is nt n grcntly won in live hours, .19 minutes and XI stuff at 2 to .lc. opinion? None whatever that wo can n SpecSnl reduction on LndiiV, .Mises and rhildrens reduced pric Mr. Georgo Cogar. the of Brown University seconds. The trustees see, providing that all of us be as honNegro, wa wheat dealer, of Danville, was In Lex meeting and have asked John Wood, a Texas est as we pretend to be," adding "We have had their withdraw his resigna- shot through the brain and Is alive and ington Mr. Cogar recently Dr. Andrews to are agreed upon every proposition that notwithstanding his brains bought 10.000 bushels of wheat for adding some words of caution as conscious, can be reduced to writing except the tion, to his teaching in the future in regard ooze from the wound. Be says he does Knoxvlllo millers, paying 1 a bushel. financial clause; why can wo not unite, Lexington Leader. to the free coinage of sliver, but the not intend to die. Dress Goods Also Vest, Shirt Wai-t- s mid Specinl reduction in Hoy' and in good faith. ujon this proposition, J. It. Foster sold to (.entry Bros , of Alabama promises to decrease rapid-ldoctor declines to renig. Mens' we are in favor of honest money, that in nnimlutlon. A society of white' Boyle, an aged mare mule for $100 and The democrats of Danville will hold expressed in gold and silver and paper, e on capper has been organized to drive to Woods & Lynn a small lot of butchcjnvertible into cither at the will of a mas? meeting at the court-houspurpose of from the State all citizens who can and er stuff at 2c. He bought of W. T. M. for the the holder?" There oughtn't be any the 17th at 7...0 i feuders Tucker l." 1,000 to 1, reorganizing the party and taking such wont pay their debts. trouble about that. That is our platMost of them go at half price. Itillirignu I'ndcrwear, Outing Shirt, Ao. daughter of at to "Ml", for Oct. delivery. Mary, the other action as may be necessary to seo form exactly and has always been. 1.SU to $1.7."; Yearlings, triumph of the democratic Hichurd Walters, of Spouts' Springs, we all get back on the platform of cure the and over, $2 to 2.."i0 are tho prices Madison county, was accidentally shot party at the November election. 19?, from which the Indianapolis deFay- and killed by an older brother, who jwild, delivered at the Oregon slaugh and the rads of claration deviated almost as much as The boltocrats ter houses for range horses. Tho meat ette have agreed on a fusion. The lat- was enrelosslv handling a ritle. Has hpun to arrive and wv can the Chicago. you something new every day. Give j a Mil. A man at Boa, Mo., had both eyes I, altod after tho usual method, pack- candidates for cirCut and come again, dear friend and ter will nominate explosion cd in ban els and shipped to Fiance, judge, county attor- blown out by the premature t. You are taking the cuit judge, county Tlio Paris Kcntucklan says that tho ney, jailer, city solicitor, county sur- of a cannon and a Negro at Winona, right tack now and getting where we O blown off by one. sale of 100 barrels of new corn at in the Legis- Pa., had his head sought to bring you. A few appeals veyor and representative is the llrst It has hoard of. It also says Both were celebrating labor .lay. city. The former will like the one in question will go further lature from the A. UKIIANSKY A CO , l'BoriurroRu. Sempau, the Spanish anarchist who that a man there who offered two get the Commonwealth's attorney, cirto bring about the happy consummaShort-horbull calves for $.0 a year asses- attempted to kill Scnors Partus and T. D. KINKY, Manaokh. tion of a party thun all the cuit clerk, county clerk, sheriff, coun- Tiexdor. heads of the Barcelona jollce, ago, refused MOO for them the other sor and representative from the Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, l,n renrvburg, f'ynthiana, Versailles, Emiabuse that could be crowded into every ty. has been sentenced to 40 years In jail. day. nence, Georgetown, Kliznbethtown, Frankfort, ntid Mniickort, lnd. Kentucky paper till election day. For Mr. Watterson prints a very frank And Spanish jails are not like ours. bought In Pulaski . P. P. Nunnolley God's sake let us stop lighting each and pointed answer to his critics who cattle averaging 1,000 lbs. James Hollln&worth, of Elkhart, lnd., 10 other and turn our batteries in full lire arc reproducing certain silver editori shot and fatally wounded his neighbor at :ijc: 10 heifers at 2: 21 upon the enemy, which has grown ex- als published in the Courier Journal 10 when he found hint talking to the for-- 1 calves at i:t.7.; some butcher stuff at ceedingly bold, on account of the con- years ago and charging inconsistency mer's wife. A son of the wounded man 2e: i:i yearling mules at an average of m fusion rh our ranks. to him, from which we extract the fol- appeared with a shot gun and killed his j ?.'I2 and a pair of mare mulos lowing: The editor of the Courier-Journ- father's slayer. We saw It stated In some paper the i.v..,,.' Star Pointer and Joe I'atehen ,,,. tit has not the least wish or purPresident Ingalls. of tho Bit IUUI other day that Mr. Laurie J. Blakely pose, dl&own his responsibility for been matched for a mile race at Mystic to and C. & O. roads, has just concluded a was holding down the Louisville Times' the articles in question. Though they contract with the Pullman Car Compa- Park. Boston, for 1.000. the winner to editorial column, while Editor Emmctt were printed for the most part during ny for 2,000 new box cars. They arc to Uiko all. The race will take place on G. Logan was away, but such notice and not written by his own completed as soon as possible and aie September 11. They will also moot ut ought not to have been necessary to his absence, Ottumwu, la., Seut. 24, for a purse of It is beside the true standard of to cost 1,000,000. convince those who know the two gen- hand, S2.&00. say that, when they Itoiimu l'lnids and Snipes, nil the go. I'vi git them, Tl ey are heaulies d tlemen that there was something up in accountability to The telegraphic roorts of the l.ook was, individually, in EuFARM AND TRADE, that otllce. Logan has a great many appeared, he court and that of the Climax do at thorn. Oskosh. They sins to answer for both in this world rope, Asia, Africa or The tobacco market continues to 1m not consist. The former say that it went forth under his sanction and were and that which is to come, but he showed decided improvement In busias prove. by him. He might should not sutler for those he does no, not disavowed Clover and timothy seed for sale. F. ness, while tho latter states that tho author: he might commit. Blakely, and he alone, de- well have been their auctioneer says that there was tho largauthor; and Held, Stanford. serves to be hamstrung and quartered indeed, have been their win- est crowd in town and dullest timus Jersey cow for sale. Fresh for now precisely as if he were, for the horrible puns and worse .prose speaking that he iver saw on court day. he takes occasion to observe that ter. J. C. McClary. jwetry that have appeared in the Times John L. Forsythe bought of Carson G. A. Wood bought of G. A. Swine-broa- d so completely contradicted for a week or so, and he will bo fortu- events have & Duckworth, Monday, 120 head of HO heifers at 2!c. spare him the nate if he gets out of Louisville with a their assumptions as to Extra cattle are worth 5.10 In Cincin- sheep at 2.i0, and Dave Walters V necessity of any formal renunciation. whole hide. Son bought of John L. Forsythe, Mon LntuNt unit tmv.1 sipprmi! Stylos and 1) slgmi Kv ty nt Ounr uiteiM. A 'Corn- An aggregation of more misleading, of nati, best hogs 4.10 and choice sheep day, 2.'f wethers at same price. The managers of the prohibition more mischievous errors, It would bo :tc. The 1'kto I In o. won tho Twin Citv stakes clover Is hulling out more to tho acre campaign are wiser in their day and hard to find; and, except that time bus generation than the children of light. cured them, and cured them before atShcepshead B.iy;,,000, U miles, in this year than for a Ion time. Crops are averaging .ij to 4j ousneis 10 me Knowing the fondness of the rural roos- they had Imbedded themselves too 2:0,j2-.-- . acre. Harrodsburg Sayings. ter newspaper for printing pictures deeply in the body politic, the Courier-JournThe Mark Lane Express ostlinatos 14,-- 1 Of tho Irish potato crop, which is that cost it nothing, they had a couple would stand answerable for far tho world's shortage in wheat at pretty short here, the American Agri- of hundred or more made of the candi000,000 quarters. "argli'iil Siippllm a S,eolHlt Wn huirut.tc Prices and (Junllt). greater transgression than it is willing for i1Tw date for appellate clerk, Mr. O. T. to confess. Box won the Telegraph stakes at eulturist says: "It Is not Wallace, and sent them to every counOakley, with Abe Furst second and the orop to reach 200,000,000 bushels & tl- - year co"lrol Briefly Told News try newspaper in the State; together Belle Bramble third. bushels last year and with a sketch of his life. The result is his young Hhlwo years ago." But It adds: "Far-appl- e Sam Elder, Chenault, Jockey John Grillin was killed at l'a of 1,200 trees for 1,2.'0. mcrs are getting nearly twice as much that Mr. Wallace has become famous dueah bv Landseer, his mount, fallin orchard for their early potatoes now as thoy and everybody knows he Is a candidate, Breckinridge News. with him whether he will vote for him or not. J. C. Eubanks and ft. L. Hubble did last year." .Mrs. 'Jonathan Guerst, of Anna, O., bought In Wayne county lot yearlings ,,. An exchange gives what Is called a nt ti,. ,iitr.. ...... liunz nersei: because sue ieareu sue Tin' and feeders at IJ to .'tie. "few fact" as follows: "As long as Having considered thequestloii from idiniHti ver st indxiliit, we have decided to adopt writinir un Col. Boone's Imairinarv rail- - would lose nor mum. Is trouble and Allen county, kill- there Is I'taro have keen no new cases of yel- - edHobert Boone, oflong. It was black A widowlife there satislled withtaxes road it would seem that he ha .lvin i her never a snake 10 feet own name. It Is not necessary to have thom tmssos over it. Bv the wavif thn lw fver on the Mississippi coast and with a white ring around Its neck. . . . . .. ta fc.illi.ilfl lr.fr Ollice scoks a four legs to be a hog. colonel runs nis t.i uiacK vi uiamonu to .. an tlw. "!iii. At the Paducah races, John Grillin, a man with about as much eileriry as a . lltilltll .t MLTIMC llflTJlfl I 111! 1VIIT III lleglunliig July 1S0T, believing that It will tlio towns wnien listen to nis plausible satisfactory '"!ni,k,,v,ri)m Illinois, was thrown 110 f7,wlng the nollce. Women talk No b.id debts will1, urcuiniilulo, conseipmiitly he moresell goods to both Imjcriind seller. socks coumi, aim was we can story and skips all that do not see how cheaper. It will take much other women a call in about d wa k,H fam d tbo amv way as men who owe another loss capital, our excuses will bo less mid thoro Is every reason why tho cash system will such a road can be built except on pa- - dangerously shot for his pains. ud Wo only ask you to tr It a.vhlle mid If you Had It Is not to your Cleveland gave In hisi strav calf came to my place three a grudge." piove sutUf.ietory. per, so long as thero Is no money In wo will not kick on your buying from merchants who sell on credit. Wo uro property, personal nnu oinerwise, at .veeks UK0 Owner can get him by pay-eslghtor in prospect, it will be the long- to ai r j in, foc j,j8 koep und this notice. J. C. Sheriff's Sale for State and County Taes. Hhouldwo cun sell youungoods from 10 to you. cent, clnuiper . than tlio credit initu mid thl line ever built from the lakes to the l'n.000 to the assessor of his town. Inducement Wry truly certainly bo " uryan. " """ sea, lusteau 01 tlio snortest. mg tnc JJarcitliotr oriran woras near The Winchester Democrat reports If all the elections in Kentucky were Koesjort, l'a., were destroyed by fire. sales of four suckling calves at $2:. each Oil .Monday, October J 1, .11, as sure as that of Weaver for mayor of Chattanooga will oiler. a . refuge on UIUi heard of onu offer of &W for wean- . .. t Ilctneeii tho hours of 10 a. m. ami t r. m. at in mo .L.ouisvuie anu1.1 uemoorauc ucKct in L,ooKout .Mountnin to fugitives from ' un,f heifers tliucoiirt-hous- o door In tlio town of Muii- Ivy., I Laneoin county, uomocrats nere ana the gulf towns Infected by yellow fe-- j lui'ir nil's for sale ehoan to fi rd. Lincoln county. rush In will exs to O. I. liuml. lojwv tlio highest bidder for on llowery beds of er. there might recline introduco them. All thoroughbred und tho fctato und county tux for tho jours lMts, Hpaded toy U. S. MOflEI., HO. 30,353. pmp- ease, while others light to win the prize, . County Clerk Werner, of Columbus, subject to register. S. A. Mlddleton, Isuo und ls'J tlio, following Hon of Kluver's Model, No. tho win ort, or so much tliereor us No. I. jmj .siiiu OLAUDE, No. 12,091, sou of2U.7I9,World'greatest breeding hog living, mid HUNDLEY'S Tho reason is plain. The best men have lnd., was placed In the Insane usylum Crab Orchard. .lolm tho Columbian Champion, Claude. No. 11,007. Fine la.i!.. In stunford Precinct Si:i.4(i. W. been selected here, while the democrn-- ; on commitment papers signed by him toppy young liours ready for set vice. A few show glltn old enough to breed, und bred sows Urlirht, H2 iiciui). uoiir lluliblo, Charles II. Wood, a fruit grower In everv respect, with a specialty, for sale, This stock Is strictly T. I). NKWI.ANI), S. I.. (', cyof Louisville has pitted one of its sen. W. Evans, who was black listed county. Virginia, has W. pculgrccs. Prices reasonable mid satisfaction guaranteed. Wrltoyour wants or como und par- best men against the worst of any by the L. tc N., In 1804, has brought been offered ."),000 for his apple crop, Live Stock, Farming Implements seo iiiv hogs. Jersoy Cows for sale. They are good ones A few fresh ty Also Mammoth Pekln Duck suit at Bowling Green, for $13,000 dam- but has refused. A. K. HUNDLEY. Itox I0S, Danville, Ky. Eggs. SI for 13. And Household Furniture. Joe TuHoy shipped yesterday 137 of Thk increase In the output of cigar- ages. Col. Isaac W. Avery, of Attanic, one fatcattlo to Baltimore which averaged I will sell ut pillule miction at m farm ettes in 10 years was from l,riSI,&,'iO,200 on mile fioui Turiifi-svlllto 4,1V1.2.j2, 170 and in the same period of the most promlnont citizens of Geor- 1,.")00 lbs. He paid li cents for them. tho cigar output has increased from - gia, is dead from the effects of a fall Mt. Sterling Sentinel. Saturday, Sept. 18, 1897, or a trlllo from a porch. 8S,:J0o,4 la to 4,l(i:i,10(J,Ol)7, Reports from tho Western part of x. Mules, tNjear- Largo, I'luoMaro Fred Hoey, of Falrvlow, lnd., didn't the State describe tlio crops as in a de- - Two...itl V.ttirlltitr Mill...Woikor (I virv Mm. over 7 per cent. No wonder the coun ..lil... I... ............. ft ..... .i. d know his gun was loaded and blew plorable condition In many counties on M.m,. AImi my running lmplo- try is being crowded with nienls ciiiisUtlni; of a Twlno ltliulur. Mower. youths unlit to die and worthless to down the barrel. Bo was buried the account of the protracted drouth. Plows, lluruoss, Ac and my ontlru lot of live. following day. commissioner of agri- Household mid Kitchen Furniture. The Kentucky IsJ Receiving his- ' w Tkums. Sums of $10 anil uiiilur,cush; ovdeaf to appeals and culture reports that tho drouth has reAN Indiana boy who took 13 liver pills n- Tho K0"''US. Note amount u credit till Jan. 1, S 1'er,,ir WUs "k'cd at Decatur, duced tho corn prospects from 03 to 83 er that with good security pujablo In tho I'lrst for a joke had it turned on him. They j Jt.ink of Htuuford. required. percent. Tobacco continues at about telescoped his intestines and "kilt him Ga., for killing Bely Lunicr, a W. It. HI Lb, Turnersvlllc, Ky. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call? d logical student. intlrely." 00. well-know- Bui'L'lars bound and gagged Michael to bo talked to through a horn, but Slater, of Sandy Lake, Pa., and held a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL that didn't provont a young woman burning candle to his feet till he told of -- 2 from becoming his wife. Who a where his money was. After Investigation the State mine woman will marry Is about as problemStanford. Ky.. Skit io. 1897 atical as the verdict of a petit jury. inspector says tho Kentucky onyx beds are of no value, the wimple examined POLITICS not being onyx at all. WALTON. W. P. Old General Lonjjstreot la 70 and has - dispatch from Chicago yestorduy that wheat was selling at .Mil. Thoy are paying 90c. There win not a g.oat deal or stock at Harrodsburg Monday. Prices were a little off on account of the drouth. Scrub cattle sold at llio to 21c, mules at J. II. Baughman & Co. received a Head This Taiiee. Carpet and Drapery Department;. cup-i-M- ul to-da- y h, Kus.-ell-vil- le nltro-glyoerl- , Bpand New Clothing! re-uni- $.",-1- DRESS GOODS I 100-ml- le Dis-pato- Slashing And Cutting of Prices. h. well-know- to-dn- oxforfls, Summer Parasols, Fans, &c. v Clothing, Shoes, Straw Hats," &c. 100-pou- tive-year-o- ld 11 Suj-pos- two-year-ol- OUR FALL LINE -- fellow-studen- Sl-I- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. n J fc00-l- al 1' MTECKTISS The Newest Things Out. H. Itlch-mon- J. McROBERTS. TRUSSES CRAIG ! ! al Fountain and Household Syringes, Hot Water and Ice Bags, HOOKER. po-sib- le : "'Z'T .., A Word To You. I . ..... ".-"nt -.- peaoo-maKerini.- """'"" THE CASH SYSTEM, p-- ro-m- I st sut-Isf- led i' ...o 1 ! . t f HARDIN. Hign Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cninas. & tlrst-clu- ss to FARRIS ed ' .'!,- H. C. RUPUEY, ! hulr-bralne- j ,,,i - - 7" THE MERCHANT TAILOR-- - - Nu-tlo- nul theo-dea- d FALL AND WINTER f GOODS. f 55-t- ? -- wvrr-fft- Y,yrjz'&&& 'f-m'4- THEINTHtlOR JOURNAL Tin: mercury was soaring around 100 near Dec Lick, with 10 additions. I in Louisville yesterday and It got to baptized three of the oldest persons I Hi here. over baptized in my life, there agj gregate ages being '2'M years. G. II. Pattbn ha assumed charge Revs. Ezokiel Foreman, nastor of of the Crab Orchard postolllce and It Is Memorial Presbyterian church, New to bo hoped ho can run it as creditaSueccsor of the " VnnMtlgcil " Orleans.and T. A. Ilracken. D. D., who Tito Ono Great fitnnilnril Authority, bly as his predecessor, V. A. Carson. has just resigned from the PresbyteSo vrltfii Hon I. .1. r.renir, Hut we fear that is hoping too muuh. Jmltco U. 8. Supreme I mirt. Miss Loimsib Saundhus, of Loxing-to- Roberts. rian church at Lebanon, because of Htauclnrcl No republican over ha. ' is vMtlng Miss Joan Shelby at ago, are present at the Mt. Hon b PiiuscitllTloNS arc 111 lol right ami nfihnl. s (.oT'trrlnUna Fob IlBXT. Two rooms over Haugh- Omw,lor irien Mipirnm right prices at Penny's Drug Store. Arcadia. at Court, Ml A coui'LKofovor zealous young dem- Presbytery, not having met tog. tn r nbi man's ltt'.t Ul til. . .11. 'll. tit Oil 111 Oonrti, unilof nearly all Itie ticlioollool. .MISS KTIIBL CI.AIHIC TKAYI.OR luft J),., cook for rent. M. S. k, J. W. ocrats hero wrote to Allen O'Myors, of there before for SO years. PERSONALS Vnrmly yesterday for Independence, Mo., to at- Haughman. Ohio, to speak hero and received tho The Kentucky Conference of tho Coitiuicmlctl tend Woodland Collegu. following response: l.v Muti. flnnerfntpiirlpntft "Am putting In Southern Mothodis', church, which will It. II. HAMM, "Teed," of Broilbend, CoVBB your house buforo bad weathcf Veliof K tillfiri' ITcM-18 hours a day trying to organize Ohio meet at Mt. Sterling on il'ntiMiiHl ithir IvlucHtor MB. W. K. I'KKKlN's, of Crab Gi the l.'jth, will was hero Tuo-daer sets in. Cypress shingles aro tho democracy almost T.Hhout number. ' and sweep Hanna out of ex- attract more than usual attention, Mils. J. U. Fi.oiu:.wk is at Cnib Or- uliani, was on yesterday's train hound best, and cheapest In the end. For sale jjtvnlunlile ilirt IhiiimIhiM. nnl 10 istence." for Cincinnati to buy goods. of tho trial of Rev. II. ( chard for her health. by A. C. Sine. ttiiMt ulii i, 8' li"l.ir. in- ISttNKST U'AHBBN, Put Goer and (till unl luiii, ami nppeal from the district confer-oncMiss Lucili: Mickkk-ki- has Tub school attendance Is rapidly inONB would think on reading that adJohn Woner left Tuesday for the Lil- which expelled him for preach 'THEBESTFORPRACTICALUSE. college at Georgetown. county "National creasing. President Win. Slielton tolls ing in Texas against the wishes of It lcay to find the word wanted. Pk.nW1.nuto: wont to Dan villi orty fair when: .Mr. Goer will enter the dress of the Lincoln a Kl'll It U cosy to ascertain the pronunciation. domoc.ats" that there was a regiment us that the Female College matricula- pastor and tho presiding elder. Mr. foot race. Wednesday to outer Centre College. It Is easy to trace the growth of a word. promis Miss Virginia Piokbtt, of Shelby, of them instead of a corporal's guard. tion f8 now, with many others Huston-vlllo- , Morrislon contends that as he preach It Is easy to learn what n word means. MlRS Jll.NWII'. MC'KlN.S'KY, of ised. Prof. Hardin Craig ha- - 2i in tho Tho llaleigh Xcws V Observer says: came up Wednesday to enter Stanford ed In a tent he violated no church law is the guest of the Misses Hand. wero formerly for WATBB.MBLONS.lt. C. Fugleman academy, while the public school now Our ImllvMu.-innotlwnllctlonary.biuaUtU'rnwiaintanivwith Female College. She Is with her sis- says and his attorney, Rev. W. E. Arnold, Advocate. f Wf ltT dim ho has a great crop of watermel- numbers largely over 100. Urn will make the point that since Rev. MlbBKS PltAltl, HcitNSiDK and Bess ter, Mrs. Will Severance. ons and they aro of line quality if all Mils. W. S. Grlvstbad and son, H. ,UcUo.ury.l,oulin..jc- -l Tin: drouth Is reaching a serious Morrison hns been expelled he has not Woods are visiting Mis Lucy Allun In are alike tho ono he sent to this pllice. Letcher, left yesterday to visit relain a Southern Methodist point. The late corn Is drying up and preached 9 (JJfSpedmen pigtt tent on application lo Mlllursburg. X-- C. M Kit ltlxyT CO., J'tunmucrs, tives in Madison county, prior to going democratic county committee stock water is getting very scarce with church, and has thus complied with the Tub Mu. and Mils. J. K. Xun.nkm.ky, of - icfMrirunr. -lrice.. - Of i y. will meet at Hon. Harvey Helm's ofllce no rain in prospect. The heat is very psnalty imposed by the quarterly cor. )vOWWWVVVA'v Ilopkinsvillo, are with Mr. and Mrs. to conference at Mt. Sterling. ItOHBUT HHL'CB is down with mala- at II A. M. Monday, county court day, oppressive, tho mercury going away up fcrence. The reason that the Texas P. 1'. Nunnoliuy. has gone to rial fever, making two patients at Mr. when all the members are requested to in the !0s during the day and climbing preachers opposed Mr. Morrison's com Miss Doha Stkaimi ing was because he preaches sanctlllca-tio- n down but little before midnight. in the J. I. Brace's, his wife still being con- be present. J. E. Carson, Chairman. Tullahotna, Tonn., to Unclertalcer, fined to her bed, though improving. and this question is bound to be millinery busluuss. Kentucky Hustonville, - Wi: SlX'ONI) Till. MOTION. The AdSBBiotrs CilAitui:. A pretty young aired extensively In the trial; Mb. It. W. Lll.LAHD came in from a the outMil, AND Mils. J. T. Hocicnit came vocate says: The man who muddles the woman swore out a warrant against a come of which will be watched with OHers his wrvlces lo the pcoplp of West Lincoln low n from Corbln to attend the Peyt- trip very sick yesterday and was taken stroet crossings by too much sprinkyoung man Tuesday, charg- interest by people both to the Inllrmary. Dr. R. T. ltanisey, in and out of and Caey counties. Full mock of CofSnsand Caskon- Lackey marriage. ets always on hand. ling, much to the discomfort of pedes- ing him with seduction on a promise the church. 95 I) S. Caricnter. Manager. of of Danville, and Miss Sadie Lilian, MILS. AN.S'lt I). VanAksdai.b, especially ladles, ought to be of marriage, which is a felony. Names trians, Harrodsburg, Is with her dnMghtor, who was visiting there, came with killed. aro withheld at request of the families, him. Mrs. II. J. MoRoborts. vho are deeply mortllled over the turn C'Al'T. Wii-so- x who has Wildhr, Miss Anwii: Bito.NACmi, of Crab Stanford friends of Judge Henry of alTalrs. been running the afternoon train on . . Dr. T. Nod, of Middlosboro, deeply sympais with her the Iv. C, ha been transferred to tho Tin: pha'tons occupied by Misses Sue him In tho loss of his wife, G. W. Rronnugh. witli and Mrs. main Hue and Cant. Graves, tho oldost thize MltS.sus. J. W. TltliiliLB and It. M. man on the K. C. division, has taken who died suddenly from the olTocts of a Woods and Elllo Hurnott and Mrs. W. I'1iu1m, of Itlchmond, are guests of stroke of jHiralysis. The remains were II. Shanks and driver collided on Main his place. through horo for Interment at stroet yesterday when a wheel of the Mr. CJ. A. Peylon and family. Mlts. Stai'1 wife of Dr. J. S. Stapp, taken y former was broken. The ladies stopped H. IlKVS. .1. H. CltOlX'tl and It. law of the College Home, Cr.ib Or- Lancaster. suddenly when the latter turnout Vernon Tuoithiy went up to Ml. chard, writes from Mortonsvlllo, Wood-fuiWlllLB tearing down an old barn at it. The scare to the three laRockcastle Association. to attend the county, that their lives have falV. II. Traylor's distillery a black dies was the worst part of thoaceident. Mil 1. II. Idol, of Lexington, came len in pleasant place. The doctor has snaku measuring "1 feet was killed. It over this week after his children who 0K.ned an academy there. Hay Ridk. Miss Mary Elkin gave a had been seen oil and on for the hist found cNvwIiere. We Invite comparison with any line. HSC'rii havu been staying in Mr. J. M. White's. delightful buy ride a few evonlngs since years, but each time six or seven been visiting Hll.l. CAUTBlt, who ha HOME NEWS. its pursuer. Some corn nearly In honor of her guest, Mis Mattio El his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. I'. V. CarThere wero 10 or '20 years old was found In the loft where kin, of Lancaster. Monky to loan on real estate, Ali- ter, left Wednesday for Winflehl, more couples In the happy party and I or tolls u, oats are kept, Mr. Tray ply at this olnce. which was nearly as sound a tliat ce- after a watermelon feast given them by MlBS BVICI.Y.N' PKKWITT, who ha Mis-o- s Clara and Ophelia Lackey, they Fit i' it cans, jars and jelly glasses at real usually Is 11) years younger. bwn visiting Mrs. W. I. Tate, returnserenaded their friends in and around V Shanks'. ed to hur home lu Julbjrsoiivlllu Tues- Warren "Wabninii." Keep your Superioi town till a Into hour. Mr. and Mrs. J. day. car loads of coal. See J. Drill locked up. Evorylody wants one S. Rice chaperoned them. Our Mr. William Severance l Sbvbbal It takM two men now to buy for Sev- It. Higglns booro buying. or soinothing as near like it as possiTUB Science Hill base ball club, with erance tV Sons. Will and A. 11. Sevble, oven our competitor. It. Iv. Wear-on- , Loiis Wantbd. I will pay cash for erance are Inilh in the cities this week who last fall sent to two different the assistance of six base ball players large poplar logs. A. C. Sine. laying in stock. drills we had sold and took a disc from from Somerset, and the Kingsvllle club has returned played two lively and hotly contested Miss Laura Cahtbu HlCNHY Kiiid, for disonlerly conduct each and boxed them up and shipped fltr Some gieat Ilarpiln-- t are now being olTurcd to make loom forhN jttucliafes from a visit to Lexington. Mrs. Claude to some 'Drill Co., wo suppose, to get games on tho latter club's grounds, r'jjj Rowland, was lined Sfl and Walton, of that place, came with her at on the construction of the disc. writes C. G. Raker. The game in the an Idea IJv? and Is her guest. Wi: soil coal and feed for cah. Don't Wo don't want tho Superior monkeyed forenoon resulted In a victory for the 11 Wheat lias been bringing from 75c to ?1 per bushel. Goods are the MIL J. A. ALLlLVha boon engaged k for credit, J. II. Haughman A; Co. with, not oven the neck joke. Higglns home team after 10 innings, the score same price as when wheat was only 50c per bushel. " standing 11 to 10. The afternoon game manage the building of the Baptist to & McKlnney. s N'BW percales, calicoes and We have been searching the markets of the United States for the was won by tho visiting team, 17 to 11. church at Proaohorsvlllo, work on M. D. Elmore is for school drosros at Severance Hi: is HKHi:.-best values cash could buy and wo are opening new goods every day. which will be iKigun next week. Son's. in receipt of a letter from Dr. E. M. RELIGIOUS. Mhs. J. Cakvbii JosKSandohlldron, Wiley, of the Eastern Asylum at LexVbby large lino of goods of all kinds who have Ikjou spending the summorat Ilev. George O. Barnes Is now at m Mr. W. P. Crime', left Tuesday for to bo sold cheap for oah. Farrls A: ington, saying that John Whitt, who Frankfort. was a "trusty," had ecaped. Mr. Knrjsan City, Mo. Hardin. their homo at Klders .1. L. Allen and J. G. Livingso Whitt was sent from here last year and Mils. Gko. It. Knclkma.v and GOBDON. Ononi hardly had Mr. Elmore read the com- ton are holding a protracted meeting GBN. Walton's We realize this is true in regard to your patronage. Thureforo we daughter, Mis Annie Uronaugh, House, Oct. Ith; 33 want to pay yon more than anyone else to trade with us. "First Days of the munication when in walked the man at Moreland. to wont up to itlchmond Wednesday Confederacy." Kvnngellst W. T. Brooks closed his In question, who seems to be In perspend several weeks with relatives. 0 Corinth, Ky., revival with bS additions r, i W. W. WlTHBHS is preparing to fect condition mentally. Mr. Whitt Misdambs W K. (SABNin-- of Cave but his walk from Lexington to the church. and W. T. Williams, of Phila- make some extensive improvements ir. City, Klder W. K. Lloyd's meeting at Bethdid not hurt him in the least. delphia, mother and aunt of Mrs. .1. S. the front of his store. GOOD QUALITY, LOW l'KICES. HKST STYLES, lehem, Clark county, closed with 24 adI tltio. arrived Wednesday to visit her. Mrs. ditions to the Christinn church. A Woman IIaxos Hkrseu 100,000. That's tho number of brick MHS. FoiIRSTI'S IlKin, accompanied Wc are just entering the first Fall month and wc are prepared for Silas Messor, who lived just beyond the Elder S. F. Fowler, of Bowling Wilson Carpenter, Lin- Pence A- Greening say thoy have made tollgatoon tho Knob Lick pike, hung by Misses Mary you with seasonable goods. Green, will begin a protracted meeting horo da Miller, Nellie Murphy, Mary and at their yards herself Tuesday afternoon while her at tho Christian church Stanford, next Come and investigate that you may know the above is true. KUxaboth Held, went to Nashville persons having claims against husband was in town and her children, Sunday at 11 A. M. All Wudno-da- y to visit the Centennial. Lincoln county will ploao Hie same on a girl of l.'l and a 1kv of 11, wero at Tho reason of Dr. Eaton's persistent HKV. A. S. Momrrr andsons, Har- or before Sept. 2.".th. J. F. Cummins, school. When her little nephew, Tor-to- r light against Dr. Whitsett, of the ry and Ijicy, of Lebanon, spent sever- Cl'k. L. C. C. Latlln, went to the house no one Southern Theological Seminary, is at al houm huro Tuesday on their way to to his knock and ho went Into hist apparent. Ho sighs for the docMr. II. A. Harnos, who Is Hullo. MadUon, the fathtr to attend Presbytho now room that Is being added to tor's place at the head of tho Institutery at Klrksvllle, and the sons to en-t- putting in the telephone liuehere, tells the small house, and there to his hor tion. us that ho will be able to talk over it Central University. Killing Elder J. C. Mershon ha been ror he found his aunt swinging by a Hand coiiiimimjU tomorrow afternoon. TUB Stanford Brass rope, which had been carefully tied to elected delegate to represent tho Presof K. W. Spldell, William Speaker. C.niiA;it.--MarHardin bought a a joist. Ho started after Mr. Mos?er byterian church at tho meeting of George and John DeHord, Hen and Les- wagon load of tho largest cabbage of and Hading that he had returned, im- Transylvania Corbln Presbytery lie I Iorndon, Prank Marksbury, I. W. tho season from a Waynosburg man. parted tho awful news to him. On News. Mr. Mershon used to live In Fish, J. H.Calvert, C. C. Carson and One weighed 171 pounds. roaehing the house the husband took Stanford. Sidney Johnson are making music for Our people do not thank the Middle the rope from her neck and laid her on Tub city council has ordered a num- a bed and hurriedly sent for Dr. L. B. boro Presbyterians for trying to toll the Liberty Pah, which elites I Ion J. Si'KKO Smith, of Itlchmond, ber of eltlxons to make new pavements had already come and their pastor away, but It will bo love's I'. Tate is obeying orders, Cook, but death was here Tuesday in tho interest of the and Mr. nothing could be done. The children labor lost. Wo are not going to give Masonic Widows' and Orphans Homo much to tho satisfaction of tho-- who came in from school while an I. J. re- I low S. M. Logan up to an Gentlemen: In reply to your r,. II K. Wearen St Hon, Stanford I Iim Pon't Go DM11 stands strictly on the maker-- , light at Louisville, for which ho has raised have to walk on that end of Main porter was there and the scene that fol- or any other city. letter will sav that the. Kentucky need lear any iJHO.'oOO. uli.s In com! ami not la the paper- and no purchaser of thK ill If was after Federal street. Asked Rev. W. S. Grinstead will preach his their law lowed would have touched a heart of lie when tliulr leiril entwlement. Al-- o that other drills must We deficient In real merit Vours, Iliou-..said "Not at present. I'm go.1. T. H.utms Isn't struck on ollleo, ho Mlt. guarantee protection. stone. Tho daughter prayed fervently farewell sermon for this conference linkers eel" to scare people Into Inivlng them. Sent. 2. ItlulTs wont work. There c.... .. Airrlcultural Works. rv...' ing to tho Legislature llrst. That may building associations. He got 8700 that her mother might bo spared "just year at tho Methodist church Sunday, . r.. i tiieiuscivcs. r.uriuers e.iu seu iui .1 no mMnko about this machine 1'elng come later." from one and found that when he had one hour" while both of them hugged Rev. C. II. Neal will preach at thnt Tin: Richmond Climax says that Mr. paid out at tho ond of seven years ho and kissed the prostrate form. Judge 'church Sunday night on "The Script William G. Lnckey secured his lucra- had blown In i.YJO for Interest, or about Dawson camo with Dr. Cook and hede-.urMode of Baptism." tive HJsltlon with tho M. Iv. fc T. rail- 12 per cent. y Inquest was un- Parties having Song Books elded that a coroner's road on recommendation of Clnrcnce -- George Alford, as It was readily apparent Ing to tho Christian church are of LlHP.UTV VMH. l?A E. Woods, grand recorder of the Sigma Mrs. Mossor camo to her death by quested to bring them in nt once, as Is McKlnney, who was at Liberty yester Nu Fraternity, of which Mr. Lackey day, tells us that at least 1,000 people hanging her&elf. The deceased was ft! ihey will Do needed miring the pronn honored member. Tho paper also wero at tho reunion and fair together. years old and had been married twice. tracted meeting which begins Sunday. BY takes occasion to pay Mr. Lackoy some Kverytliing was moving on smoothly Sho was a daughter of Henry Blank-onshl- A. A. Warren, chorister. 1 compliments, all of which aro dehigh Kid. Joe Severance organized a of the Preachersvllle vicinity, he says, and everybody Is enjoying himserved. self. and her llrst husband was Aaron 1 in Christian church at Mnxoy's, in Casey ' Si'BAiviNC of happy men, if you want $.)0 AND Costs. Laurel Hrown, ar- pin, by whom sho has two children. county Sunday with 70 members, and to see ono gaze on President Jesse S. His Sho was married to Mr. Messer during will preach there again Rocker, of tho First National Hank. rested in Casey by Constable Poyton Christmas of 18SI. For some cime her ' experience there last Sunday Is such as and T. . I. Benedict, was tried before , His wife presented him with a boy in the dark ages, Tuesday evening for mind has been unbalanced at times and ' might Tuesday and since then ho has been Judge Dawson sho had told her husband more than The Baptists came near mobbing him. beating an old German and was fined stepping unusually high, for it was the $.)0 Also cairics a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Rev. S. K. Ramsey, presiding elder and costs. lie could not pay the lino once that she intended to destroy her-- j son and desire of his heart to have a Buggy Robe?, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. self. The noose of tho cotton plow lino of tho Mlddlesboro district, Kentucky mid Is working it out on tho rockpllc. namesake. JcssoShy Rocker, Jr., Is . conference, who is to be tried for mawhich was used was not more than four Square, Stanford, Ky R oin Opposite Court-Hou- se Hr.AK in mind that tho sale of Forest iled from tho lloor and her determina- - feasance, sends a letter stating that ho the name that has been given the boy may ho prove an honor to his moth- Home, tho resldenco of the late Horace and tlon to die was shown by the fact that has joined tho M. E. Church South. er and father. S. Withers will occur Tuesday next, It was necessary to hold her feet up to ' The committee has decided to go on MISS MATTIK H. CltUTCHKU, of 1 Ith. Tho farm of 170 acres is a very( iMirev out her nurnosc. The chair ' with tho trial. Franklin county, candidate for State lino one and there is much stock to bo which sho jumped from was standing Tho Cumberland Presbytery com- THE Librarian, was here this week the sold, In additlou to some line Jersey eloso by and the ropo looked as If it had menced at Walnut Flat last night and ' guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Foster and cattle and good road horses. Thoroughbred Duroc Jersey RID HISS, been greased In oruer to maicc n sup unoui .iu pre.iouurs mm ueiegaies were hohorod us with a call. She la a very No note or anything has been expected. Tho session will hold over Assault, &c. Harrison Simpson, easier. handsome young lady, of engaging and will bo and why she did the fearful Mf breeders were selected from the bett herds ol endorsed for the of tho West End, eamo hero Wednes- found to toll of this famous bred of mriiie In several Stale .A manners, and Is well but notwithstanding she was in , lowed by a protracted meeting by the plenilld lotof lilgsof different a?n for sale. red 1111 day and sworo out a warrant against position which she would doubtless sow a specialty. SatlsfjiMuiigumnteed. Corresspirits when her husband left her pastor, Rev. G. II. Turner. pondence solicited. .ddreu The statesman who Ben Ferrlll, of Moroland, charging good, naturally supposed that tho condl- . with great credit. Livingston writes froin Elder J. and battery, abuslvo It Is R. H. BRONAUGH, could turn a deaf ear to her appeal for hiui with assault mind caused her to take her Morelanti: i navo just closed tt very 0 Orchard, Ky. &c. Deputy II. M. Nowland tlon of her vote will be given over to reprobacy language, his successful meeting at Bethel church life. wont up yesterday to servo tho writ. of mind. TllO.MPS Wl'.AItlt.V Is visiting friends Wkddino presents at Dunka'. in Madison. Mix i.o Splcur at Warren & Shank'. Mk. A. (J. Huki'.ma.s', ol the Myora House, la quite 111. si'lCH, ready mixed for pickles at Mlts. 1'. K. CitowDL'H wont down to r,.i,r Ky., Suit. 10, 1807 Stanford, Parksvlllo to visit rolntlvos. NkV stationery, latest stylos, (school Mlts. .1. M. llKNiutiuKS Is visiting 12. C. Walton, Bpsunism Manauku. tioriliuurlitnriit. KnnvviiLi. supplies, lowest prices. W. 11. Mo- - - J Webster's International Dictionary w wwwww 3 a 1 f ! n, !.,-- ft I y. sc Mor-rir-on- 's 1 1 ( ( : e, tt l m , I'..i. " - J. T. SUTTON", m m well-know- n Or-ehai- d, grand-parent- s, SUCH BARGAINS VO JN Ma-hon- il Tabfets And Scfioof Supplies 1 Kan-Stl- PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 'I ii -- I In trie City Buying NbwDddUs II co-t- s. a-- gfng-ham- Mr. Nr , Nothing Free in This World, hand-miiii- 9 70-od- d m m Here Is Vour Pay: SEVEANCE & i i k e. SONS. I or Em&mmmmmmmmimm The Best ii k Disc Drill to-da- y. BEST : MADE ! 111 d. c ex-mag- ic Me-,- n -- i - -- o.. - W..-t..- rn - double-geare- .. J al belong-nccessar- m-:J&Aktei- re-th- at tttJjZJi UHDGRCAKinG B. K. WEAREN St SON. p, J. C. M'CLARY, have-occurre- d Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. J g,mmmmwayTyigri i ii 4 m ' to-da- y fol-dee- d, filllillil 11 j G-- '1 W?r ",r U "VTr " 1Mr'"' T'..'3TP-VTIV1- ( ,v.,. n,T.,-,- n .m.auaamar HERB AT LAST. I r3XiJG Commissioner's Sale ! Thi'v art' hero at last to furnish 3011 nil Crab Orchad now has thu finest tousorlal kinds of I'KKSII MEATS put In artist lu the ci ant ry lu tho person of Hamuki, .. .. 1.. One of tho nicest weddings that I SiyiU Ull tl.ailCIISlOr PI., I'l'. :. . . IliaKKMOlii:, who handles tho scissors and ', ... LINCOLN CIIICEIT COL'UT. have attended In many years was that Our wagon will 1k run In town each day Call on him when ton rarorlu em.dr"ita.a.-rMiss O. A. Ouinpliell. PUT., vs. V. M. Vow oil, want a eMrt sttlit. to twice week. clean shaveor slllsh haircut, i" of Mr. Kdmond Devers Foyton and Miss and t'r.ib Orchard ,t. Ac, Defts.i and Ueorge Dow net, I'lff., vs. A RRO. .IAKVIS Hut down In the deeps of tho wutor 1. .M. Vowell, Ac, Defle. I'o'iisolldaled Lena Lackey, who drove over to Dan- oases In lCiiilty. IX AT)VA'CJS As drlflod out with tho tldo, Sii PJCR. YKAH vlllo with a few friends in carriages SA-HlE- J. AND ORGANS. I saw tin- gleam of n mermaid's hair, Pursuant to n Judgment of the Lincoln Cir Wednesday and nt high noon were will lc charged. JO- - When not no paid And I U'tincd far over tho sldo. cuit touri, rendered at Its .tune Term, Decker liros'. I'lanos. T t! V.I.I .,.tjifl .it tit.-IM7, lu the UStUUIItU Ul UlilVii .it. i,.,, ub mi; n..jli1.in.m .if Villi,., .i. U. House and Lot at IIcKinnov undersigned nUivo consolidated cases, tho Haines Itros'. I'lanos, Of the rocking lioat to listen Commissioner will offer nt Ivendrick. who performed the ceremo Ellington rhinos. IiOCfl House contains 0 rooms, hallway, necessapublic outcry to the highest and best bidof the sad sweet song. l'or n strain 1). II. Ilaldwlu I'luuos, ny in a manner as faultless ns it was ry outbuildings. AImiiii lai'rvsof land, der on I'lschur I'lanos, Ac. Tor ii lleetlng glimpse of :i tragic fneo. i oiisldi'ivd ono of locations for a K beautiful, Mr. Joel D. Tribble, of Mad- thomo d I'.stoy Organs, Hamilton Organs and other Moating along! Hut 'twas at McKliiuov. ison, and Miss Llllle Peyton, niece of 13, Makes, IIOWMAN SMITH. See mv Goods and (let Mv 1'rlccs lleforo vou And the vim tho hoary Midas the groom, acting as attendants. Tho llelng llrst day of the Lincoln count v court. liny. V. T. WlllfE, Crab Oivbanl. 10 KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Hy his own transforming greed contracting parties and tho large numuiHin a credit of (I and l'J months. "the fol strands of glittering gold 4 p Into m lowing described property, JOII.N. ASrl.KMA.S-A. (I. Lahiuu, Trains leave Stanford nt 7 HI a. in. and ber of relatives present then drove to Had ehangedthe modest weed, returning at 4 23 p. m and 9 OJ p. in. ncrtw of laud the elegant and hospitable home of Mr. Tnolvo good hoiisi of fl mllo from Kclvlu-MiIiiih rooms and giml Houso and Lot in Hustonvillo KNOXVILLE DIVISION. And thuu with male assurance. and Mrs. A. E. Gibbons on Lexington outbuilding, l'or Information apply toll. A He was urging u liold flirtation A. W.ii.T:it. Klngsvlllf. or Jnssi: W.w.tkh, And 12 37 p in street, .vhoru an elaborate dinner pre- Stanford, Ky. hounded us follow! Ileglniilng nt the No. 21 Train going North 3 13am On the beauteous being beneath tho wave. " " No 2fi ' West sldo f Masonic Hal on Miiln street pared by thoGllcher Bros, was In wait12 01pm " " No. 25 mid running Westwardl.t I'Sto.I. W. Allen A INSURANCE COMPANY A maid of his own creation. 12. pm " " No. 23 " ing, which it took two hours or mora Co.'s comer, thenco ou'thwanllv 17 feet to Kor nllirolnts. SEE OIIR- n Mono, thenco Eustwnrdit vi feet to a And so tho waves were laughing to do ample justice to. Bro. Kcndrlck stone, thence Northwardly 47 feet to the OP LIVERPOOL. And making their dimples at me; THROW It TICKETS SOLD. and his handsome wife and Mr. Harry UAlUlAOK CHECKED TIIKOUOH. They knew and I know 'twas tho Second paiwl ilescrllKil and lHiuudeil as Giovannoll, of the Danville Advocate, Kor any Information enquire of Hut the sun was fooled don't you see? follows, lying on the waters of the Hanging were the only guests present who were l'ork lu Lincoln county: lleglnnlng at the JOt: S. HlCi:, Agent, CaSTLEMaS. MlNKIlVA I'AUK l'llKM'S lu Women's EdI- not relatives. These two gentlemen centre of Htistout lllu and .staufonl turnStanford, Ky. 1"2c tlon Hlthmond ltcgUtcr. pike road, II. C. Carpenter'sorlglnal corner, MAXAtil.US, are strictly business when they Hit thence S. 221-- 2 E. Is olcs 2 links to cenQUEEN & CRESCENT. down to such a table. At I o'clock the ter of said creek, thenco down tuld creek N. Building, Louiaville. VICINITY NEWS. 70 E. Ill imles to centre of old road, thence Oommerco Trains p.us Junction City as follows: wedding party left for the homo of the 4 02 p m with said road M. its E. I.s poles In links. '. No. liSouth .... II 57 a in No. 2 North Agrnts Throiiithout the outh. ell, arriving and Sc Heavy Itrown Cottoitfc, .....346 am E. 1121pm "4 No. 3 Tho governor had pardoned Wcsloy groom near Peyton's SSlinks 1.1 oles2l links S. fll' E. 21 ioles 130pm 3.1 II 2.". am "0 " No. 5 " 0 o'clock. A few hours ton stone on the south side of said 6 00 a m Withers, of Danville, in for one year there about " 10 8 20 p m No. 9 " road, thenco 72V E. Ill jmles to a stone lu VniAVn. fl .in,l fi do not run Su inlays, 9 and 10 for uumblinc on request of the court later we were again Invited to partake said road, thenco with road N. .'Ill K. .'t!)toles Ci llty, uetlhcr CO no fuelsW South than Junction of it sumptuous feast, which included local Agent. 17llukstoold Ih'iI of creek, thence N. .12V, ollicials. do 11167 run ruiiuays. E. V poles 20 to north bank of said everything palatable, cakes ranging in ISo Sot of (JliissO".. LVSctH Ico I'ri'si Sau- creek, thence links20lj tho Bfl Wilson DulT shot and killed Joo SinN. W. Kentucky. of poles to a stone Stanford, in FRANKFORT AD CNCINtfATI RY. north of turuplke, thence 37 W, 70 poles cers, 15c Door IiOoUs, gleton, near Berea. lie claims that he size from a dollar to a bushel basket, J7tf Is links to Ik stone ut ttoitlur tree, thence X. VIA tlKultur.rOWX. Single- and everything else In proportion and did the killing in 41 W, poles h links ton stone alsite spring, p. M. a. i ton wns n young farmer. H, p. v. A. the table was also beautifully orna- New Country Sorghum, . W. jmles stone, 40 Gal. thenco W. 20t slesIU0 links attostone at thence Lve. Somerset. 2,00 Arl2 53 233 4U N. 3.'i14 0 buck8 20 " 11 31 " Jet. City. 315 Elmer Allen, the Negro, who is mented with rare .lowers. It was Inss eye, thence X 02, W 12 poles to a stone nt 6 30 450 Arr Georgetown, I.t 505 deed a thing of beauty and quite a joy iowcII'm eorniir, thence with Vow ell's sev At Kranklort, 115? 720 "6 30 3 00 charged with attempted rape on the to a largo number of neighbors and relo eral lines S ;iL f;, n2 .H)es to a stone. DEALKH IX 5 30 person of Annn Norris, of Somerset, 8 40 Arr r.irls 6 10 thence S. nt w 2;t p.ihs 15 itlks to a stone, Dally except Sunday was held atives for an hour or so, and what we had his examining trial and S. 25', E. llll sles to centre of said turnC. D.BKItCAW.O.P.A. all did for Its contents was a plenty. pike and with same, which coiir-- e If reducin SHOO bail, which he couldn't give. ed to ii straight line would 7ll, W S James Humo of Madison, wus ov The mother of the groom told me that jsile-- . to tho Is'plnnliig. coiitHlnlng Royal makes the food pure, Mrs. W. T. Smith and Mrs. Sam Helm, ercome by the bad air while clean.veiny. wholesome and delicious. ing out a well. lie attempted to climb Jr., had performed tho arduous task of SALE OF LIVE STOCK. Le-- s nlsuit 50 i.iS. old mid con Vet ed to .heiih Colfev by deed of I'. M Vowell mid wife out when ho fell back and sustained in preparing the elegant supper, and they At Third Marvel Is Isiunded as follows. nir which he died in a few mo are certainly experts in that line. The pike, mv farm on the Mrt'ormarks (.'hiitvh iiiistoiivnie, juries from one mllo South of Turnersvllle, I will lu Lincoln county, on tin. turngroom Is the youngest son of the late ments. pike road leading from sald'toHii to DanEdmond Devers Peyton, for whom he ville: On the north by the laud of Wm. II. High-Grad- e Fertilizers and Coal. Mrs. W. W. Ford, of heart failure, Wright, on the east by' tho hinds of V. M. and William, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. was named, and is a young man of exVowell mid thu south' by the lauds of I. s Goods Warranted ti Kepresented. Olllco ou s'J7, dispone of m entire lot of Kauffman, contulnlug Main street, opjsjslte Elmore'it Store, Hue, of appendicitis, died at Danville, emplary habits, a thrifty, industrious young farmer with a big heart In fact, Hcrsoj and Cattlo, Milk Cows, Hogs.f&e., ACItiy. tAliford, Kentucky. says the Advocate. The latter was but 1'ourth parcel Is situated In Lincoln nwn-ty- , two years old and tho youngest we ever the neighbors say he Is one of the best To the highest bidders. There are good j. Torrrs'. s.u.mmin. lit. on the turnpike roi'id loHdlug from boys in the world. Everybody who rood Mares. l.yenr-ol- d Horse, heard of to have the disease. llustonvllle to Manfuid and Uiunded - ear-o- ld t'olt, J aged I have opened n shop at the lleglnnlng at a stone, corner to Sam Menefee, who is in touch with knows him likes Ed Peyton. The bride Mules, i forks of thu Mule, jonrllnjc Mule. E. Is sIhs Huston tide and Mlllislgetllle Is the youngest daughter of Hon. G. dkes. Hour Mule Colt", t'ows and Calves. good enr-ll- school house lot, thence N. fi!J the pulse of ufTtiirs at the school for the 11 to Cattle. 75 Stook Hogs. Will iiImi m1I S. links 17 a stone, corner to same, thence Mr. 1. Ileld's and am prepared to do nil A. Lackey by his first wife, who was 21 P.. deaf, says there were '.i'lo pupils, all isiles a links to the centre of the kinds of my crop of toMlng Corn. "Ti;iivs. of S'.'O and under, cash: turnpike, thenco with the centre of said told, enrolled last year, and the pros- Miss Sullie Tevis, and is attractive In pike X 70 E. M isiles to the centre. pects arc thnt this number will be ex- face and Hgure, brilliant in conversa- over that amount aeredlt till Jan. Nt, sis, two stones, thence leaving the pike oiiMste Blacksmithing nnd Woodwork, V 37 W payable lu I'ariuers ISO Absolutely Pure tion and is composed of that rare mate- with Interest. Notswltlgood .security lsilivs to a stone near a gate, thence X At the lowis,t prlrrs mid lu the liust tnanner ceeded the coming term. The school beRank and Trust Co., 2.1 (sileslfi links toa stone, thence X. I guarantee all m 82S E. will take all work. gins the 13th of this month. Danville rial that will do to tie to ho is a busi 10s isiles to a stone lu Wright's line, kinds of country produce, except for horse X. It At the same time I "111 also SKI.I, 7. ness young woman, and the union will bis line X. (II W. (U mlos lit links to shoeing wlilch Is 00 cents, cash Please give Advocate. ACRES of my farm: fairly thence a stone, Wright's corner, E. Il:i YORK. Dr. Fayette Montgomery, the son of prove a happy one. The large number Improved, woll watered and In pood state of shs 20 links to a tone, thence ill,'corner, me a share of tour patronage II MAYES. ROTM. DAklNI rOoSCR CO., S C t'ipor's cultivation. Terms made kuoun on da of thence sa1, W. .'U U. Montgomery, of Elizabeth-tow- ol Useful anu ornamental bridal pres- Mile. )Hles links to a stone on Judge A. spoke volumes as to the opulari- In Cooimt's Hue mid corner to the branch P OOVER.Tiirners.vlHe is lying dangerously ill of ty- ents Itauiriuau. thenco moauileHng Mild . brniu'li & Hanging Fork Farm For Rent. S 1.1V, E. 21 iniIii K 23 E. 10 jsdes.s-phoid fever at Danville. He married a ty of the young couple and hosts of S3 i.j friends wish them lives of happiness E. 12 pohs .s. 4s E. IS poltw. thence leaving Small farm of SIXTY ACRE". Half In Washington girl and at the time he IN said branch .'. 34 Ii. 21 iniIim, thence X, 77 wheat, rest lu corn. Good Improvements. was stricken with his present Illness unalloyed. The relatives present who r. a poles to the meeting nouso corner. T. M. HITE. Address. Kv. Corn nnil I lay, thence !. .1 E. ail 1" iles u links to u st me. had a lucrative practice In his profes- Jive out of the county were Mrs. Claud thence f. 27 E. It hllos to the iH'gllllllllg. Order Oilier nd I'.ssl Kirlunv, uvt the lUilrtud Walton, of Lexington, Mr. and Mrs. sion. CriMuiux, IV.it Stris-t-, containing 14, A. fe. PRICI1(W A('lt'-- s The operators in tho Jellico mining Samuel Lackey, of Hartodsburg, Cupt. - - Kontuolcy. Surgeon district have formally agreed not to and Mrs. Jess Hocker, of C'orbln, and (If not hold privately be fore I will nt 12 I'nder the judgment of the court herein It Coil Yrd, Mill MmsM, ,t.y J II lll'lni', o'clock M. olfer for Mile on the jiretnles, was niljudp'd that the defendant, Josephine sall.(rtku giuiaiitisst reoognizo organized labor in their Dr. II. M. Phelps, of Madison. Dentist, "I'orest Home," the Wiiutlfiil country home Evnns, hasa talldund siiHirhirlleu on all Sretaw. of the lute II. S. Wither. The l";irn'i is sit- fotirof the tracts of laud to iiMire tho mines in the future. Several mines in Ky, uated one mile from Stanford on the of her said debt mid costs, and mi ina-i- n tho district have resumed work. The Stand nt (he Haul. pike and of the llr-- three tracts and so much of Aug. J. llRel, the leading lrup:It if Othcoover Mcltoburu' Drug Store In the Owsley strike lias no cpnnection with the gene tno fourth tract If necessary for that Hililding. IHnonrery the will ls Mild a.s wl'l satisfy thedehtof TIN Ml) SuEET U1KS, eral strike and will not be affected by only thingfjs: "lr, Klitg's "e'and It U thoin Isit 170 that urcs my cxn.li the ileft.. Joseplilno Evans, for the slim of , villcr I hae." J. K. Cauipls'll, merchant ot the Columbus conference. In n high state of cultivation, well vtntered live thousand dollars (gft.ooei ulth luteriKt Inn's Arl , rltos: KY., P3SlTIT"Sr, Bro. J. K. Nunnelley writes from all that isclaiiiusl for"Dr. itKuetvr Ner Discoveryur and fenced, rich and productive, well tidniit- - thereon from the 1st Ii day of January. su. 3DR. It. Dllsnml U a Dean' HUrk IMnmotiJ Itoof cure fur WKtitniitlon, oiiitln and mills. I can nut ed to thu growth ol grns, grain, tolmrco nt the rate of li lier cent. 1st aunuiii until I'jiflt Slerriflrof hiiiisiiisi IVI t..ii.tl. ....I Crab Orchard to tho Western Record- nay enoui;li for Its merits" Dr. Kiug't New f I.n.PT.....n.i . IISIMIIIlR, nnil stock raising, A targe frame dwelling paid, subject to n credit of tfaSo .tan. llh. ...... anil klltlintmll iurtst.it. uirul lrin .stufartluii tfiursut.ssl tttl for Cjusuiiition, ."nj;lis ami fold Is not situated near tho road mid Mirrouuded hy All er: "Rev. A. B. Anderson died at his ct:i 5175 July Imi:: 6175 Jan. 1. IIH; rods istintisl wild Dnsu's an oxH.riiient It has lieen tricl for a quarter of a forest and lllatk lHuiiioinl lalnt ornamental trees and ulsiut lu ;:i.M) lob. 10, lMi.1. and the further sum of varranlisl forrran. Under In t Cblrrn 1'uuiim home here this morning, nged 01. He tenlury and Mauds at the head. It noer acres of garden i.M, lacing Interest uisiu the unpaid aiidUalranlitsl li.m rillers, (ia'raiiixsl and Hlack was a useful minister for many years, dls.iiiliil. r'rt-- trial hottles at W. II. .MclU.ln'rli mid orchardwoodland adjoining Interest from July I". on other, containing good 31 tf it. to Jan. Iron Iks.AliKuf all kinds. Drug More. fruit, well arranged ami fenced. The dwell- Is. Istl.'l, and hero! herein expended. but was compelled to retire from the the sale of the Amount to 1st realized ing has s rooms, ttlth hnlls, Mirvhes, pan-trElectric Hitter. work nearly a year ago on account of ! .iIkivc doscrllMNl property Is Sft.712.12. mid cellars, all lu a good state of DuntiNt, : .Staulorcl, x for any Hy Electric Hitlers Is a medicine Iloud with approved sis'iirlty risiilred of falling health. Ho leaves a wife and son, hut s.rlu more KencMlly tussled n hen the itell liiitihed work and everv ins"essary Office on Lancaster street at residence. All htuh ileslrirs tho from ust nine children. Four sons are minis- Uueuld exhausted fts'llu prevails when the liter comfort. Uutbulldliigs are goof servants' day purchiiser, paid andlegal lntenst force lMt and railing or wire fence l'osts for plank fence, ran Itixlstisl they having thu of sale until U torpid nud flugxlah an.) thu lieeilofa took and iuoiiin lmrns..staliles, crlls, htigcv hou-esrantat wy aiitrenar Cedar CrrrW, on Hie pike ters, the oldest near Kuoxvllle and the altemthei felt A pnniipl uoof tills iiicdUineof-tc- graner.v. and pond in 100 ynrils, nnil effect of Judgment and pat able to the I also Jjtal hllloui feers. gras, stock lots well arranged anil fenced, Coiu'r. Lieu retained until all the pur- ItwilliiK fniMi Cnl Ortlianl In Stanford averts lon erlin second in Oklahoma City. The next No medicine willand more surely In coiiiilormUii kisipon liand a suppl) ol plank for fencing All ait cistern at the door, wells, (Kinds null spilngs chase moiiev Is paid. kliiilsof liiMils.r for biithtlu,? piiVMii; il Isiards KegUtcrrd Dtt- - two uro students in Georgetown Col and frering thesyMeia from thu malarial poison. and mi ahiiudance of water. It ' WAUKI'N andsliliik-lis-. All dvalrliitt any article of Headache Indigestion, Dizlnens Master t'oin'r Lincoln i'lr.-n- l tills khul can eall ousriii at luy aUire niwrC.slar Court. Will olfer UK) acres with all Improvements mv Splendid lege and pastors of country churches. yield to Klectrio illtters. ConMipatiou per Isiltlo rocs. TU. and il.X) Creek. i,HV SINtll.KTUN. K nlMive mentioned first, then alioiit 10 acres individuals! Both The family have many friends in this at W. 11. MtlUilierts Driii; More, lu front of house mid cut off hy road, mid i.T'i runs and .nUimZfXT?? alio the entire tract as described will ho section, who sympathize with tbom in aSBSgmMti&Si,llia Spring's otfered. retalnliiL' the rlirht to accent ls,t & SMEL13Y, Prices reasonable. No charge for their allliction." Co. Idd. purchaser will get Imrnudluto crating. u for miIi privately mv desirable olfer ........ I'niprlrtors The Tho i)eoplo will vote on an amendof farm; hou-aril mid garden Jan. home on Ixiner Main street, Stanford. The OK STANTOP.D, KV. J i!. H. J. L'c30BSRTS, Stanford. house Is a roomy, prvttj cottage with uh-1st. lsus. uurj LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE ment to the constitution which will enAt the ame time and place will sell live yard and good garden mid outhoiists, and Is 3200,000 00 able municipalities to provide for taxa- Pali up Capital, In a most pleasant neighborhood. Cull ou Mock and stiK'k nndciiip, consisting of ICy. 17,603 80 mo on the premises and will take pleasure tion of property other than real estate Surplus, Twelve Qcod Feeihj Cattle, a Lot of Year- lu .showing Its tumiv advuntages. jucnoul. nruuint alt atioii. very MRS'U 1) SIMPSON, 1'ior. and Improvements thereon, based on Iljr proridoiK of Us charter, depositors are a A tsirtiou ol tour rrxsonahln rates HI Mils. ELIZA POETMAX. lings. Thoroughbred Jorsey Cows, Calves, lulnnuu i uru fully protected Ilanki, aollriteil IS income and licenses of franchises. Tho lis nlmreuoldcraasIkIiii! deKiltor lu Nationalllalile to : held individually Horses, Uules, Sheep, Hogs and about 20 object of the amendment is to vest in tlieexlent of tho amoiiiitnf their ilink therein at Stacks of Hay T. In addition value Newly furnished : clean beds; splendsd the Legislature authority to grant to the parIn suchthereof, It may actto tlieatuoiiiit In. Tkiiji.s or S.w.i:. Tor stix-shares. a executor, vested mid cron all HOWLAXI), KY., trustee, Ac, as fully as an Individual table. Everything first-- c ass. Porters the authorities in all towns and cities hums under s'20 enshj over that amount ;i Tendering our thanks to those who hate entrust, moot 89 Lias Gone Buck into t lit. Coal trains months tlmeoii notes with approved sec tin the State the right, in their local ed their lmlin-- to ui, we trust they ill continue int v. The land will IhihiIU tor to do no, and we oiler us a Kiiarauteofor prompt atlillfiillL'SS, characters, to adopt such system of tention to same our 2D years' exsrli'iiee lu cash; the remaining In eijual aslilieral atcuuiiuodatlous as are cousistcnl kij ments of and V years, legal Interest, And will keep constantly on hand the Jellitaxation for their own local purpose on- with sound hanking. notes to he dated from duyof sale and Hen co, Falls llraucli mid otFicr livst dials and THE POPULAR U ly, as seems best for the interests of DIRECTORS. retained on land until all notes mv paid. ask tho patronage of the public. Man ford I'or further Information, apply to J, J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; friends who want Coal can leave orders with their own community. W. J I. Cummins, I'rcaclicrsville; I'. Kl'lil, Executor. J. II. Illgglns, which will receive prompt atAn exciting event occurred during J. S Owsley, far., J. H. Unsley, T. L. HiEIl'OX. tention, William (iooch, h. il. SlinnLs, the showing of roadsters at Kansas K. Cash, S. J. Enihry, J. A. W, Careuter; J. E. Lynn, City, says a dispatch. King Salisbury Ky., J. N'. Menefec. and Gambler, the pair shown by 1111 llrst-elass I theinteriorjournal! o A SUMMER rLIHTATION. PEYTONLACKEY. PRETTY WEDDING AND ROYAL FEASTS. . NOTICE ! i ! Tho aus In tho luirlior tvero laughing; I thought 'twas the sun's can,. That caused thiMii to stnllo nnil dlmplo m It could surely 1h nothing less! 1 ". 11 J fil-- 2t 1 J Ire PTO ol I S2.0 - J IFOIR PIANOS 4 I ! mum tin-l.'s- sen-nee- Monday, Sept. to-wl- '97, ' FOR KENT. t: . y; tS-l- m -- sea-wee- d, 4c Galicoes, 7 Percales, 5c Canton Flannels 4 B3RSEE 5 CHEAP LAMPS W. A. THZBBZ.X, -2 self-defens- e. J. B. HIGGINS, Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, Tanner Bros, McKinney. . ln. tm POWDER Agricultural Implements, On Tuesday, Oct. 5th 4 1 1 1 1 l 1 WP -- Hoi-m- i 1 asfol-low- s; 1 4 (5 nj; 1 1 n, 4 .1 NOEL Co.-uit.- '(jggN Fine Farm for Sale. '97 Tuesday, Sept. I I.tui-enster DEALERS SON, COHL, Stunford; Stanford W. B. v7 Ky. far-ro- pa-in- eiit a ShtvTe-K)r- t, Contains Acres, pur-os- IN ls-- Saf-ford- STANFORD, I : -. y al ts S lr. 3STOTICE s. IMZIILiS IHIOGrS. &mM0Wm ElLHvPHv !& u Farmers Bank&Trnst Pretty Home For Sale. SHELBY 1 e (hismm-slo- . . e, Mason Hotel Kentucky -- I Junction'City, iirst-ilas- s Lancaster, L SHELTON, k FIRE INSURANCE MOMOMMSMOMM' one-thi- rd lmiik-Inlan- d tiro-thir- ds mm mm M 1 FMHNIS: OF BROOKLYN. : Insurance Company, Insurance IMOMMOINIBINI IMIONQINI UcC N 0MONV)M0 OMySMOMM MM OM(OlMlRa(5)(NI0M ouiyujijij NMOOlW'il? nrv mm mm rrrs, Mm G. latANK J. 11EKD, Chicago. 1. A., n (MM K. II. IJACON, I). P. A., Louisville. MO M inr. insnr Tho first snow of tho season will fall der the provisions ol the National Hank Act are secured not only by on October 2Sth, and promises to be deKaiton stockholders' liulillitythe capital Rtock, for nn amount but hy the theatock that very heavy. A.t least that is the pre- eoualtu secured hy so 'und deisnltoraof tills liutltu. $Jl0,0ii). a Klv sworn of tlon are diction of Weather Prophet Asa Mar statemouts of tho roudltionol the Hank are made each ycjr to the United States Uureruuicnt and It tin, and he generally hits tho nail on are exauuneu 31 siaicu iiiucs uy goreruiueni iiKeuts, thus securing additional and ierfvct salet, tho head. Winchester Democrat to iteisisltors. Tho ladies will bo interested to know This Institution originally estahllihed as the Dank ol Stanford lu l$SA, then reorganized as that a steamer has arrived from iindaalo tho National Hank ofStanlord ill Alaska, with .'10,000 seal skins reori;aulzed as the First National Hank of Stanford lias had practically an uninterrupted exist. in 1b8'., for the North American Company. enw for 33 years. It is letter supplied now will tacilltles for transai tins business promptly and before In Its Ion j and honorable Al Field has two companies of minthan career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, tlrius strels on the road now, ono white and and Individuals solicited. o le colored. DIKKCTORX. K. Held, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Harden, Stanford 8. II. llaugbuiau, ' S. T. Harris, " Buckling Arnica Salve. T. P. Hill, J. S. Hocker, " The'ooitt salre lu the world for cuts,, bruht-" K. L. Tauner, McKinney. W. A. Tiibhle, torw, uhers.ult rheum, fever sorei, tetter, J.IL CollIer.Crah Orch'd; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. liandi. rhilhlalua, corns and all cklii cruptloni. M, I). Elmore, Stanford. It pltlvely curei piles or notur rWiulred. ills OFFICERS. KuaraJUssl tuglve perfect (jthracilon cr luoner refunded. Prlct 23 cent per hoi. Kor a!e hy v. 11 I. S. Hocker, President; J. J. Mcltoherta Cashier jj.s-1Pri-bylolT, 1 bt-er I clTer at public sale (If not sold Brothers, of Versailles, got beyond Imforehmid; 011 GOLDD17ST HORSES, e control on the quarter-miltrack, and W. M. UrUht, Teller gave a lively exhibition of their stayWednesday, Sept. 15, '97, l'or Isith Haddlo and Harness l'urposus. Also ing qualities, going about two miles My farm Cattle, Poland China FIRST NATIONAL BANK chard ou situated two miles from Crab Or Jcrsoy and before they could be stopped. The thu Lancaster mid Crab Orchard Hogs, Southdown Shoep. I) Elver, and containing OF STANroUI), KY, turnpike, ou track wus quickly cleared of other ve Choice Individuals of best strains. Call or hicles and the runaways swept unob- Capital Stock $100,000. write your wants. Surplus $15,750. 530 ACRES OF GOOD LAND. structed, being finally pulled up withAttention o( the public i called to the f.ict that Mild land will be sold lu three tractx, deAWOKD TO- out accident. scribed as follows: tills la tho only National Hank in Stanford. Un111 ptl-vatu- ly Ball orriCERS. S. II. Shanks. President; II. Owsley, Cashier; J. Public Sale. F.REI D.Stanford, Has for Halo Short-Horn Caledonian Co.. or Scotland. HTANKOItl), KV. KOUNID12ID 1BOG. R. B. MAHONY, Agt., 6 -- chap-pu- d Mcltoherta, lru,Tgtit. A. A. McKlnuey,AssIstantCaliler. Tract Xo, 1, containing about 180 Acnw of Laud, which Includes tho residence, n brick mid frame with n rooms mid :i halls, a largo barns, good Ico houso and other outbuildings, good orchards, well watered! In fact 11 desirable farm; .'10 acres lu woodland; 113 lu cultivation mid lemaluder lu grass. Tract Xo. 3 contains about luo Acres, truct Xo 1 and litis ukii It a residence of 1 rooms, a tenant house, good orchard, UO acres lu cultivation, !I0 ucics lu grass and the remainder In woodland. Tract Xo. 'J contains aliout 350 Acres, adjoining tho other tracts, has uion It u burr mill with water mid steam power, 3 tenant houses, granary, blacksmith shop; uIkiui tfUO ticies of this laud Is good IHx HI vor Ilottoni. Said tracts of laud will bo offered separately mid then as a whole. Tkiims. Sale will bo made ou tho following terms: One-thir- d cash; balance in 1 ami 3 years, itjiial Installment!, bearing payable annually. Will in)" glad to show .said tracts to any ono desiring u homo. W. T. II. WHITE, 1 d Crab Orchard, Ivy. PROPERTY OWNERS. Aroyou Insured ? If not, why not? Thoti-Hiinof dwellings mid barns good as yours ds H. D. PHILLIPS. Gun and Look Smith STANKOM), KY. All kinds of rtpslrlrg dore si roavenhle rales bpholstcrlng h baiisi.ctloa giuraiml. Are Destroyed by-Fir- e or Lightning eoct Iloylo Co. Illne-GraPoultry Yard. wonl to the fjrincm. If you nisko mnncy lu this day ami Hum you must keep up with the times .iiiJ kiyp tlioniulihrisls. They luaturti with a profit of moru than flu pvrrvtit. Tlmarr4iigeuicni (i month, 31 ut ourjnnls Is such th.it thtre ran be no mix In within Within u year, within hours. Why should you expose the accu- hrccls. We Riiarantw all fggs fcrtllu when mulation of yearn of "honest toll to loss by It II. Itwl Tit (iames. Imp. settliigol 15 Vug ' SI 00 a single tiro, which can destroy It lu mi Surlsir t'elehrated I'll tisino " " " ' JJ.50 hour ? Soliciting u share of jour patronage WhllcCrested Hluefc I'olliU Ited Cap, Iuinirttsl " ' " it to Hespectfully, black Minorca. ' " tioo Slher ljrt-i- l Wyandotte, " ' iiM ' " llarrnl I'lyiiiontli Itork, D. 31.50 All bresxls scsire above DO hjIuU. - - Stanford, Ky J CHAKJ UllOS., Pros., Junction Ulty, Ky, General Agent, ss Everv year. Involving thu loss of millions of to escape ddllars. Why should you from your to year 't Oraig Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry. A Your Proporty May Burn ililid. JESSE WEAEE1T,