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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897091401 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. LANCASTER ratgaaoa toU injr KM paaada to W. Q :i BB per huiidtcl v : INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. SEITKMHKR 1 1. lsiiT. with. NO. 66 THK LIBERTY -. PAIR, mi-take MATRIMONIAL i walgh Anderson, at !"- Mi- Aim.- Hiuit . tin' Demurest Si Ivor urairn och Saturday night. reral i.f tli.' ii' Improving', among ihrni Mrs Mill! ! and WOO . l the priae in .... nwr . ...;. Mr (, Tin" tat inn M I'atler-on- . weather remain- - v.iv lii't. regl m parching for want f ruin anil i water becoming scarce. .1..I1 n , ' ''"'' ltb braahlag ln" ' Tliecvamriing trial t. .ti.ro. Stanford made the the more (or MS! Friday. jMipular Httruetion not wit li.ian.lintr the (iull.-has gone loOrf" (,'o.mI fair program of IkiKi Mr. ilayn. viii.-.. with a vi.'w ..f locating then rriiortunatelv the fTOn4a were not Napier TIirMlilltn f Hon. f. -n Ohm ih- - bona i"""'! in O If I. ilx'i'ty friends made a BJ lia mi.' tloii- fair on Mm MM mite (ml for tl of tinOOfllel :i ii of tin' MMwIattoa woiii.i tin tii'n.-ur- y Iiiim' lii'.'ii full rii'ii afi.M- iainjf BMWM hJl M it Ii now tlioy will luti illy foil out .'Mil h i. mighty liar.l to "lnu'k" BfaiMJl a fr.-- -- how un.i half of tho.f who MM to town TtjVfB ilav anil I'ri.lay att.Tul.'il tho reunion where there wa- - no ailiiii..r.inii fee raih-e- r than pay the MMll miui of .! Mrta "The paralyin etTeet of a nuarter." MOM ll.ltlie. hK.ke of in a lecture at -- Bg, I'rank )wen-- . M n arried Braaarllle, ml . to hi ooaeia( who ae-.- Large Manufacturers i - Ml . MMtOT T. at Turnersville. wu- church at Lexiniton luM week to Mi-K.'V. V. llr.Kik-r. y.ni'- - hie junior. tin- of n the arried I - .nmr lo.il. e l''t V'.ll hlive II).' Motiel lilnl ii mi u- - ami Hi. 'refine :i - k ou to nei material n..' iik.i..' tor lea our Minnie I.. I 'hrit ie. The eagafemeat in announced of Mr. c. A. llar.iin. Jr., of If nrrodebarg. aod Mins Mary l'otter. of Shelbyvillc. They will wed in November. MBM m uf FALL M.-i II. -- ' mill I inn vtlli'iil Id (ire ii rine-- l line: Sli'. .shlrt. ! . Clothing anil Neatest Neckwear, iil.nti-- . '!''. Shelbv. a.'t"! Kli.aheth .1. Navea, a'.il ':...!... II....I.:.. - ..:o ...... i ie.ti irii Baldwin, mt Tray, N. V.. the record an a matrimonial knot Iyer. Last week witnencd he rounded up hie BitHiM couple. A Mm. .lohn K. 7". boMk To. Kev.;.T. t Hat si, ri 'nll-l- i -- etetaoa MMa. e:. Mi uloatt.io and were I l STRONG PULL THE Nn. o-1-.od- was ,...,! irn.'.l Thui'sdav Bight. The Deerlag Oorn Bmrrmmn 1. and found (rotn to If acre of corn a ilay an.! do it properly. jOM DM writ- .- to th Central !'...favortag Ihe Carfow orliaoaeo, (,i I.vti. S. (iain.s toH' a - al -- .1 B. Prto' wu - I' Will I'Ut qairlagall ,. at , T o'clock. tin-in- . f aaaple TI..' 1,,MV'' ""' rr to favor ti..- no.'. a. to not . ,,! Boom will apeak beta oa the tli-- ' Btoefc D JTlli jii the Int. rot of It OB Iuoin! ruilway. an.l U n''""1 ",lutl':u"' ,hc proj mmwmA urn should L'ive I. mi a good au dience and eaeeawaia ti.-- eatorpi Tom Iotv. colored, wai lined I2J and '"' Mat to jaiM't.lay- - bj ' ''' 0086000. ryiBf cot inalK.1,,1 RobtBMM. colored. waohoM " '''" " before a.-aof HI to I I..';n.' charged witl, steal from O.J. ,,,....1 ha- - declined to make V. I.. Ibr bafifl ami BO tli.' r.i TI baa beea aaeatloaed. dlda Ina lioMiinatioii for tliat Willi...' Ilkel) mm lap mwr latatWe, wblcb ai- uri eiider peat to In- an unnecessary baati It i ,, to tin- r.' iblloans. - a want of harmo t hi re bowei 'i'. m ...in ol'l folk! tli.' law does aly LMIW - - Southern church at called hi ;i ' d - a.e. wall attended rodebura;, Mr. Frank Curry will toad The Liberty Pali aae Mi-- LoalM Forsythe, the female. to the altar ,lV young ;l,,,i ohl. male and ey, v'ot a doen or more bl iea Will lovely daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. M Mi. ire had the latter', .triti).' in ohOfffe whit.- an.l Mack from nereoDoata. .ii loisythe. Uemocrat. thai Liberty loud in an.l t him la iae no Mule oi the eradli u LexMrs. Vim Schack. formerly of lat fair tor toa. of ble employer' uoceae. There aral ha- the oalj dtfBeulty ington, but now of New York, has tiled la We era lafonaad thai few better horaemee than Mr. Moon Mr. a Hiiit agaiBOt her father-in-labetween John McDanlel an.l one of hin and he ha never known defeat i:i tin capital- 'an Schack. the hired men. .I..e Roblneon, Mr. Mel'. yentleaMa'a ridlag lag damage- - in the umoftlOO, ' Bmltb .v found It neceaaary t. t The track at Llbertj earj tool U'.'000. alleging that be bad allaaatad bar In order to protect hiinaclf. -i'i and no r.eor.i- - were broken in the Three hot- were Bred, oaljr one taking . , tr..'-They mii latereetlaaj though R bineoa' ilda. If M not cot if the mo - Were "tied" lie all.! vilie. daogbtarof Mr. M. H. smith, tldered fatal. ...... . ...... . .. x i .i... i rangetaenl a well concealed Bali tx ..., win i uiai- Mr- -. II. K OMeOB. Of Atlanta, nnd (iresuieiii oi iiie i.. Wfl - "" ny ami everythin.' of iiiation. won the 1:40 tr.n Friday allcy tMlay. to Mr. T. Loey VFalklaa, of We-- t Poiat, ried at l'ewee partv MOOtM I'.owiiiah. of lilkaflj. a rlOM Mtea with i .1. I'ielder. of New York. She is the demo--, tonally Ml fP. f were rleftlag the '. National The Urill .. 'c'Ullil. The lime WH" aho.lt three young lady over whom I'reston ThornLl raff! Week. They U. William- - Ihe pa- -t ral. of I.in.oln eoiinty Ph. m de rac. a u.ual. mlnulea ton, of Lexlagtoa, committed suicide a of Ihe b came by Na.hville. taking in the ten- I,, re no little oi attention and a (a- under sen.ational cir fOOd, teiinia! and returned via the ,'. A '. few months igo, Mild the MNMt, the bai MM the cumstance... i. I... i.itii r Ma. The fa,atl Tmaavlvaala, Thnraaay, i.'t- T. II 1... The t( "' " I'uturity. it ful .illit't hi. .......i,..r .iii ' 'liuii'iiuui.iii i iiii'iw'i'"'!,!. iint ll.e hot an.l tli.eoM . .. L fu !..! (u U. are, of lloe. heat .lar i in.- or n lore Hl( Mnkai Dally, All tba crack llnre. Hall lire on all Kail mail- -. and Miss l.oulie Stafford, aged l i nn-...-route " torn- point, alone this Literati ami hi. r.iin.iii- - Ita iol. eon.'.liatory dOCUIMnv H McWhorter. of Middleburf, in the the Bar, .1. s. linndail. o roaag diviniII III i III .i Be oa tbe lookout for a hald hoadad ..,.,., .... tll..imm i 1.1- -.. I iiliort o.t tlie iiiarn. ...- - - lot ' were married at Sweet . i,n iiic im shin, collier named I. V. Raaaell. He ty student, WldellinkT the breach. DJ the effect of after the tir-- t heat. The fat mnn'-- race )wen, and the grOOM went at once to P. I. II V. WILSON, Seeri'l.irv l. nt ku aaar taraete and Ita aawarrantad had only one eiitr and Frad )urham, and hi wife and dog! hfl here and Georgetown to pnreae his studies, the ttb Mejf'a over a year at'o i i.'ioi.H .. Had in.v ataaaaal prodlgjr, logged the yanln went In Tennessee bride retaalolag with her father for all they could, amonc- the lot a mxu' piitacraph. in hich lOpDnrt. and t'ot hi- - Bioaejr. The unusual alght I he rtr-- l ticket, la am informed the present. The fun thev can ijet out for rent ii)r th. eoaatj and ilaUielOOOldl ol a boy running a foot race widow. 1' e of that kind of matrimony must BAVO that tbaj a..' at BoMOrael now and will rccon.tnend.'d. much gaoi the ordinary aid although purely imaginary. ..,!. Dal th.- next paraffrape i. he ha.i no oppoaltlon t ho race egalne! head hy dirt road for your place after Ehtbet, ON Of Frederick Oaatave ' ' r hat done Boaaara .1 ..' ml international Kxpotitiontti Aaah Dunn i tin 7"iiih ,.:n. with "l.U" and the l.ut end - - tunc wa cloudy watched. l'alist. the "Hicwcry Kin'.'' at Milnowa- - narrowly lire ' .. th it alwa. A laiv.-t.a- nd htu bni ..riV.7... iilii, TVaa a lorn rale ipecial ..' The Stanford hand did i t f proud waukee, and formerly husband of CSrai hat. rat precede, tool ly fnralahlag the mom up averted on Saturday night ahout I Margaret Matbar, was the ticket from Cincinnati and wth rttrinintl point on tin Queen ttooabte that to dnte a married to Miss a.o.-fo- r hy the ex plosion of a lamp in l'.""t( . word iM.nly an .m me The Liberty people av that it o'clock ii liia. i.emp, ihe daughter of the St. Baker, near the .. .. ...leiioc of Dr. 5 out Ticket are on taL ilaiiy uttii farther notice to dtattanooga at the calumny and reproach look like a fair utile-- -, the Loala brewer, yesterday. The old man It la like the ptov e inii'i' of Main and Danville Ave. ll followr.. any er $kM round trip from JanetUta City, roaad trip tfahfta katng ah baja furni-l- i the inu-ihas made his null ions making beer and baolBH Of miik a hundred men were pie-- nt gooil terra day to return other tick 1$, telth longer return limit, nt T.no hialcow that gOVl Tieof the Fir-- t Ky ('aval a want of the alarm, the young aoapegraoe is spending it as within a !.w inin nnd "t $u !" for tkt round aa. and kicked llOtor. Thee i. t fj iim Kith plearunt and profitable and ready an.l willing to lend a helping fa- as he can (at hi- - hands on it. al Mgaolty in afraelag t.. The rain tnahU kt pnhHtio rial S'uhrUL and other Southern point Id "..idler, will not oon forget the da-- ii of ImmI A quick application hand. Veetibal I tin of the Jinett dam an at the nt rat before offered. Mgataar la tin- aatlrealaa Uoa aad oocnalon. speccho. were made l.y POLITICS thaffording a tnut pi want trip, and enabling eat iheir intention to join ika eae-- Judge iehien. of Caeejr, Judge Vtaeaol clothing pat tbo BaaMa under control d'upottd of pattenger, t f atraral The mayor of New York has nearly d in nml very interfiling totnerg nnj important a the geaaral battle. Wkyopooae Horelagt ol Loadon, Reva. Etaadlej, oi aad eavad at leant the lone ihe county K ij.'".,imhi,immi of palroaoge al ble dlepoeal. t ioi...i!ni miliars. ahout Chattawtoja, Lookout Mountain tni Chickamauga Sational Mili sua. k.lford any tiiorc than Q, MootgooMry, of Lib taaall, and None of them i. Carpenter gave a most In- Hon. W. J. Brraa stM.ke to 1"..oihi t Jftuhrille to vUit th Centennial com purchased and dlatrtCt tl.'Kct- -' nil l'tik. 1 apt. .i.ter. of Campbellaville eiiy. ta do erlta h ttreetlng aad aatartalalag talk- oi W people at the Allen county, lan-;Atk ; nr ticket agent for ticket tin nt Chattawjoga foa 13.40 roun I trip. will have aajtalaf V '. I'urd, of Soiner-e- t, and ('apt ll minute.- - lo the Hundaj acaooi ot tne lair. t tin j. mow sbaM or writ to Uoa In reference to it..Senator John mi.tt declined to '.iphicailv to ihe other. The latter araa the only ( hi i.tian church here on Sunday morn-- ' Wh rehi M fi Hon. auldlor in the lot and ,.l IB8 U" V. Aft. Junction tig. m in.'. To i ho..- who have not hen o permit the republican.- to nominate Frankfort and Loalavllle eoavaatlona, II. C. AW' V0.V. ti I' .1 waenjoyed by tbe him for circuit Judge ngatnal Judge "..i'.. vhleh polol ot th.- dletlaettve differ- "Inn- - who wore the blue." Judge M. fort. mate u. to haw- visit, d the I'acitic Scot I. which hows that the Senator ,.,.,. 1,,'tw.en Ihe pan..-- - .'' the tlBM '. Saiille. of Stanford, wa- - expected slope, the lecture Ml 0 glOBd treat. knows when he is well off. X k re - oaly one thing that should be eoaat leloae In the of to a hi re-- - t he crowd anil hi- - failure to There was 0 lively row in the sinklecture i" make It the a ided to tbe ... ...i ...... iie.le it la to how that th.ir Im' p.. out n 111 aourea of no little Clerk . i .. .. ...... 1I..0 lli.'i ln.;.i to ..... uni .i.... ing fund board at Frankfort. iii.ii pecuiiarii war pami inent The Middloburg band Illiii'i Cautield. of the Kddyville prison, f .... .1... l.1ile. lo the hitter elld." leal or Itaeoopal t at i. t. ' lie ' ,. r.iriii.neii iki.i iiiii-i- c lor ill.' occi-io- n Brad aad Attornej Geaaral Taj many of thoae beautifully deecrlbed lo ,r never catches Uaa and ;il- unil when lu. III ' lime emu.. ' . lor called Attorney Mollcv a liar, ill through which the endenvot tawnwaaaji i. .. " i.lTeel tin uicai ternooo It plajred "Dial the old ... - .amies n nav The idea Of the republicans allowing ...... Kvery aocletj in this i.i er. pa r.ic,-- . aiiiiouK.. dlera aald their ,.,. naende.l. I aaa uraaaj il(iuli!1,. 1:til farewella and feyea thai well na many in other state- - would pal lhi state inspector to offer fo" Judge lulNl. J Lewi- -' succession on the appellate raw the line- - nioi e Brerrtaiag In itock to upp' your want. teiideticv t ro'ii.e It at a nominal charge sure. t 1ll.ll' if ,i. ... wept 'Optoin.lv. ..I J m sorrier man hop at !'.. D. Kennedy's on Friday bench was doubtless l.c-tdistinctly, inaieau Polities is still the id i. orbing ihetne. 1.. attaaded bj all our youeg should want thatr eadoreeaMati an ap- More oiiHcure. la aoate The rcpuhlicatis elalfli they wiil ga" evealag va di-who are thai joy and pleas- - prehension needlessly indulged.- - Bow- h Ami Itatloaarj al tba Luaaal Prteaa. the n -- ulardein.M'iat-. majority this fall, hul d. in boppara, Wboraaarl tin- - or their usual ure wa- - ii nooa fined Darbng that evllagOraaoCoarlar. aerate any nominee, far . e.i to The forhopeful of succc..-II aha strange liaoaee which attaok al - OCiata are enlng there eeaaat ta have baaa some oaj ether raaooa, M "''""t "i mer are seared in ..ay the least of it. agraeeaaal for they ail sing ad a aaaateaar in ivnnsyivania. oaaa to their pledgOl lO made to stand true Qreea river - lower than it hasheeiij sit. rosii ,.,...1., Iiv llieir' -same soul' now, which ends like lag him to return 1300 to the govern- - 2I DRUOOVr, STANFORD. KY. supjH.rt all nominano... ...... .. for vear and a niiuiher of the eraaka-- the inent because he was not entitle! Ii it. tbla: .....i the humiliation which in e as a pait. anu are o become epidemic, something like We'll all M to Kennedy's mill vvlli fiiow their haooaaiataaay la jn na!v li;ll.1()f tlu, h At McKinney with our corn aad ought to ha returned to I'nole tunc cell-lag the party and at the MOM whiK geamij9i wheat. Sam every year. Louisville Post. fordoing so. If thej UO surely will artOf others fariueri who have To show how friendshipwhom we eat. r.houl.1 fc Commonwealth Attorney Itowe, who let urn to those with not supiH.rt every no.nitue they At a meeting of the Green Rtraff Chorus We wont go home till morn has boon for that office those who went astray last not blame llls.' hv the deiiiooraiic party in the Owens- hut shake hands with I hem, am. Telephone (.'ompauv Fridav, Mr. F. 1' sear, lag Oombaat WM acain elected president Some of the Northern Methodist bOTO district, was expelled from the aid them in trampling the party alone, would bo and J. L'. Coulter, vice president. The into the dust. This, preachers, whose conference was in Baptist ehureh in that city for drunkwell before you act. directors are L. M. I'oiubest, J. B. Car' MMloo at Fineville last week, are a enness. Bo wo is a habitual drunkard imaebniat Think (Our eorresjondeni should not take son, Dink Wilkinson, T. J. Hell, ('. D. sw, t -- t. s. K. Barney was expolhd ""d the party that pts up suueh a man pat friends so seriously. They are Met arty, F. M. Ware and Dr. Kd M. , ni.'i'" ..i..., ...w..j - anart for deserves U) have him beaten. lin Kstes. It is prolwble that the line ail The "National democrats of Ohio. oor circuits anil Silas neither the haM lud men that they i" eachers in ,, ... .in.v.- no nommateii a inn tate tienet. neaucu so powerful as Ik; extended to Ruaaell Bprlage and . o:.... .. inn fait.wi nor ao groat and which will connect with a pro bivaii.e he was confronted by a young by Julius Dexter, of Cincinnati, for thev seem to thliiK Kd. IWsed line to Nashville. woman whil" on his wav to the confer- - governor, endorsed Joseph H. outhw. w. What does that mean. w. k. ,.cc. accusing him of her ruin. She waite for l S. Senator, and decided to simply this, "Wnlton Walllfll Watgoon to the eon- - place legislative tickets in the Hold THC Where.-lJecausThanks. If Kdi tor Walton did m t trowed her puriH.se lo Fields returned where ever advisable. The platform ..rsoii," and Why? When? has been a in that lerence. whcreiiiH.il unhorse Bailor Wattorson Wattorson adopted endorses the Indianapolis plat- home. Thoroughbred Duros Jersey 112 R!C2, Sovcral times lately. In bis running debate in the Stanford Rev. Joe. l.lack.a M.thodi-- i preach- - form, declares against the annexation " JOTBkUL. JontNWL and Ihe Courier Joui-n;to re- - of Hawaii, and denounces the Ding- jjreat paia.r, the INTKKIOI er ot r.vausville. Ind.. My lirtssleni were wlx lel Iruiu llii ImM lurdtol wa- he ma le l liis most puis.-a. Shelbyvillc News. because he presided ley tariff bill. ..I "I Wlllf Ill .moi.i1 SUM A of tills !..i. lgti hi- - p; .tie. Ilivd feel thai be was ridlag a daager- n!i ii. Ill Lit ol ng. uf iliHcrent the Debs meeting held at that place. who wai.he.i iior BatlpjQrtlnBgiiirMUM. Cutm- i.iltv hjw a s only woina'i lawyer is a Tennes-e- .' waaaClaalaaatl flrl ou horse that was likely to throw him AililrcM jaioowaatworb oa their cuds anu It. 0. l'otter. one ot the best known Negro, w ho has just been admitted to R. H. BRONAUOH. Sen naked whether they uaed Yucatan into the republican camp. Kliaboth-towNews. the bar at Memphis. xii iTilimil, Kjr. Pejiln gum.- - Aurora Baltotta. citionsof Howling Greet , is dead. "'-- ''""''' M mih-- on i a a jiii vi ivr iw woll proleeted from the MM and a holLee Wad. a I Ihlaeee laundrvman at Im.-i.eleeted. ler pla.'e eould not have Frankfort, wan married at .lctTeron- The tl.lct t.M. RH .utliiielit ly thlek to ville. to Annie l.oomip, a eoiored jitl. It aaa full i 'our..'. ..f sini in all dapartBM nto. It aaa tretaed mil esperleneed laacfc i'ut and takintf .veiythini; into It liu- - all n.'.'.lfiil fin- iliiie. for the tlior.iiiL'li t rain In i; of itria la all fredaa. It :i4 Ml who worked in ble laundry. for i lie welfHre mid convenience of Stanford and Lincoln oonnty. I.t :.il the it wa. not altogether "pan .lohn liolliny. of liuni hei ille. Ala., entablialiod of .11 lpatln(( their Influeace i.v patronUdng ..th-- r people of Stanford and vicinity, di-- e I1K Miss HASYCLA1 THOIIPBOJC, like." The .liow of ht.h-Win. Manninir, Krhoola. rallj aronnd the Ocnlen and pflre it their united and hearty u.ort hot hiw father-in-laHMI arion .m'd. aapt. nth. Fw fall Information call on Mr.. Sanflev at the cot lege or irood thoiih and tho-- e in teres led did Of Loiiinvilli . more heantiful if Mi.sii- - ti death when the latter corrected him WM. BHEffON. Pvaautwrr. writ, for rmtalocue to f.ir his nt tent ion to ot tier women. e.te!ila in tloir pOwar 10 make it platatM hie tdan all arri..l I lara and for the erowi her co lalna, Mi- Preidnl Win.-.- Wilk-in.oBaajlnaer Oeorge V. Oopetoad, who P RaXnNM were mi-ti- n ( phe'..i Laekej iuhi niarrii.d Miss Minnie Mressie at LaX' in: in their effort! and it wax no Ingtoa laM aaakttaok his bride on a fault of ibatn if evorjroM did not bave tour in the eah of hi- - eaajlae on the a good time. .v Enatern. Bran Botlaa; ami wife, of Parkevllle, Lexinvrton I)ai-- . Llneoil imti wan "in it" to a OOB .. who of Altoona. Frank w.re M.itinu Henry Nail and family ildorable extaal an.) aba gtM klmoal . who has been married seven time-an- d trythlng ihc (bowed for, locludlog t h. on Snl " ley ha- - III living children, has just marare pr. ir.ii in .tore wheat at a price than "'i can ttore It your-..i- f. we are am reliably informed that nian'i. running race whuli I'ut li.er who ha- - seven Call and Me n. and . nnuaual eoataarloa in ried his eighth wife V. W. speaker, of Stan- - baring quite na won children, all under VI year-- . We-- t Bod one thai le apraadlng Mid. K.i Carpeatar, of the tordi ... i in Wednesday. Sept. Ltnh. at the total. Hn-toill.-m particularly lucky, ttoarlj bat .urely aad le al llmea Har- - (!) hoi'-eback. i y lee uoik l lie, ai ler llltv ll inar- ..:.. lio- M J. U IKiiIIMAN a Id., ami MM Mum si - - Imnvllle. Kv "Uhprp tn iiiLii Send Her to Stanford College. it.l Mij Hirl tn Srhnnl 7 ft kviiiu itiiiiwi SiPnH . hit. - ii . HUSTONVILLC f I 1 -- WHEAT. I., ni I'i'e-byterl- al-- C7 ! ablle ble brother, Joke Btaale Oarpen' r. who liVM j 01 .T the line in a -t It i Will Either Buy or Store r SM-ak.'- . J. H. BAUCHMAH St CO. "!. well-know- n rk -t. -n -- Im- -- tsssss. . . Kentucky s Great Trots AT T tlEgdaPneaTOKTOT J -- iw- - Mi, Stakes $75,000 Purses. October 5th to 16th, 1897. Tiie-ih1. laftlWilirtlWl I . ......... I I f I " - l I i i . a World's Greatest Meeting .KHIN'-TiiN. Pi.-i.- ow-la- g . 1 - I Su-pou-ud I n.i-oit- - Queen & I wznznj. .V" tu-lj- I 1 1 I diH-in'- t . Stan-tiM'- il r- Al-mo- c. t. n He-alt- er I Bg-b- -t U - battle-groun- .1 i .- - e. A- hi-H'- vh I - -- - I ( i -- ( i' . -- -- wa-ti- .... , . inlei-eslini- . i . , 111- w.t-aN- un -- . ' loii-tfii- l School Books. -S T-BX-iET- I '""' .,,, ,,.., .......... m-ta- , i er SCHOOL W. B. MoROBEBTS. i.- i im ( a-- rv 1 - in. 1 I j jriKS METAL ROOFING. SIDING, FLOORING, . A.C.SINB, L CEILING, $STANFORD, Ky. T FINISH t'ol-uiub- ia . - aw. Farm and Yard Fence ..-'- '. -kI -- j e reno-irad- e. iNTK-Uin- i: il wa-forc- ed nt -- 111 I i iuii.Ii-iu- c . .1 . n S "r M? pr ' iWV .. "; iuv ,h. ,. my - AJlT7i.t.Vr,...Ti-"- ' vfT.' irr.y,,.:r.r..TLrK:T: iriliiptUVSSS3tt$S I'lfVllWTII U;l r. P f I f U Ht ft IV W M now of tho silver question or In fact any question relating to THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tho currency Is n waste of energy and of Ink and paper. If times Improve and continue to do so under tho presStanford. Ky., Sept 14. So7 ent system, which must prevail for four years at least, it Is tho height of folly to howl In calamitous strain and try to V. P. WALTON. mako the peoplo bellovo that things are not what they scorn. Let us give DEMOCRATIC TICKET. the present order of affairs a fair trial SHACKELFORD und If they prove what their chamForApiate Cl S. J. pions claim for them, let us accept " Circuit Judge, M. C. SAUFLEY. them In good faith and surrender any " Com'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. pride of opinion that we might have " Repmentalire, - M. F. SORTII. had with reference to tho freo coinage BAILEY. " County Jtuhjr, - JAS. P. " County Clerk. - GEO. It. COOPER. of silver or any other question relating to a decided change In our financial sys" Count' Attorney, HARVEY HELM. tem. Give us a rest and peace for the " Circuit Clerk, J. F. IIOLDAM. M. OWENS present and let the evil of tho day be " Slttrif, - - SAML. sufficient thereof. Jailer, - - GEO. W. DEUORD. C. G. RAKER. " Atte&or, WHEN the striking miners at Hazel-toWM. LAXDGRAF. ' Coroner, - Pa., refused to cease to march Supt. Schooh, GARLAND JINGLETON when ordered to do so by tho sheriff, H. RAISES. who was acting For Magistrate, - tinder Injunction proceedings, he ordered his deputies to OUR esteemed but thick headed and lire on them and they obeyed with tered-tfell dead and fat winded friend, that i3 to say the rific result. Twenty-on- e Echo, thinks or of the London were so badly wounded that rather thinks he thinks that our publi- many of them will die. Public sentication of the reports of the mercantile ment was so strong against tho sheriff agencies thnt times arc improving, but that Stute troops had to be ordered to which to us Is yet the substance of the scene to the number of 2,."i00 and thinjrs hoped and the evidence of thlnjjs warrants were Issued for the sheriff and not seen, must be humiliating to an ad- his deputies. It Is said that the officers vocate of free trade, but ho Is mistaken continued to tiro after the men, who us usual. TheDingley tariff bill has were entirely unarmed and ignorant no more to do with the Improvement in foreigners began to flee, and tho shootbusiness than the man In the moon Is ing Is condemned as "official murder." responsible for the density of tho perIf Bryan had only been elected this ception of the average republican ediOn the contrary it has been an drouth would have been unknown. Of tor. absolute failure for tho purpose of rev- course the government could have had enue so far and will doubtless continue its own rain system, without asking so to the end, which will be two years the aid or consent of any other nation hence, when the people through their on earth. Louisville Times. This is only trustworthy agents, the democrats, about as sensiblo a proposition as that have it swept from the statute books. believed by many of the not so IgnoTho famine In India and the shortness rant as thoy appear to lw that tho man of the crop In other countries are re- you helped to elect is. responsible for sponsible for the temporary increase in the increased price of wheat and that tho price of wheat, conditions which the republican party causes famine in are not like to be in our favor always foreign lands and good crops to grow-ithis country at will and to order. and possible not more than for one season. McKinley, .Dingley and compa- God Almighty gets no credit for anyny are doubtless great men, but when thing. McKinley and his crowd alone people are Ignorant enough to credit are omnipotent. them with what Providence is alone to YElMCES has evolved a COLLECTOK be thanked for, they get outside the scheme in his inner consciousness to pale of argument and efforts to reason till with them are worse than the foolish thwart the civil service law and of singing psalms to a the places under him with his political performance followers. It Is to revoke the commisdead horse. Comprendez vous? sions of the democrats beyond a cerAUDlTOU Stose seems disposed to tain number now while the demand for hamper the trustees of tho Kentucky their services is limited, so that when Reform Schools as much ns possible. the distilleries open up largely he can They might have been in running or- draw from republican applicants for der now but for his persistent refusal store keepers and gaugcrs. Mr. Yer-ke- s is a firm believer in the doctrine to endorse any wurrants for purchase of property and now he says he has no au- that to the victors belong the spoils thority to pay the trustees any money and has no patience with a law that for their expenses. The latter is a keeps him from putting in his favorsmall matter, but it is another straw ites at once. which shows that the auditor is disposA cokuesi'O.vdent of the Hurrods-bur- g ed to bo autocratic in the matter. If Sayings, who dates his letter at tho State needs what we have spent for Dry Ridge, Pulaski county, and signs It more than we do it is welcome, and as the graduating school girl says, "Wilklns Mlcawber" to it, pays us we are "thrice welcome" to It. The honor of such a high compliment that almost given to doubt whether he holding the office ought to be sufficient pay anyhow for the trustees. It Is such means us or some other man. Not necevia mo thing. The auditor's decision re- essarily for publication but as an made by dence of good faith and good will, we minds us of a charge recently the Frankfort Capital that his office is hope ho will send us his name o that suffering from a plethora of brains, we may thank him in propria persona know Isn't and privately. a sort of a worth knowing sort of a concern. Taylor cull- Agitation - n, 40-od- d n -- what-we-do- WHEN' Attorney General Judge Clark refers to R. L. in a card as "a raun by the name Ewell of Ewell." Why didn't he call him the "Little Red Hog" and have dono with it? That's the name he Is known by all over this district. Ewell- that is to say the "Little Red Hog," is running independently against Clark for circuit judge anu tn tne cam aioresaiu, winric accuses him of lying, double dealing and duplicity, unentitled to tho respect of any party or any voter. The judge seems to know his man pretty well and It Is interesting to note the opinion of one republican of another. A. II. - . j ed Lawyer Motley an Infamous liar the other day, he doubtless knew who ho was talking to. Col. Forrester has said worse things, many times over, about him In his Capital, and General Taylor made no response. Most men, howev- er, are like the general. They pick their men when thoy wish to make the public think they are bravo. ft H ft fc 1 Seven new cases of yellow fever at New Orleans has caused further fears of a wide spread of the disease and people are lleelng from tho affected section. Like most peoplo those at New Orleans are locking the doors afSince arrest- ter the horse has been stolen. A PREACHER has had a doctor Lexington for maintaining a nui- the disease broke out $."0,000 has been ed at in keeping a appropriated for sanitary puroses. sance, which consists barking dog, which makes the paroon's We take It all back. Gov. Worth-Ingto- n nights miserable and his days melanIs oven a better man than wo choly. In the Interest of humanity, it had reason to suspect. Ho refused to is to be hoped that tho doctor will be Introduce Attorney - General Taylor lined so heavily that he will gladly send when he went to Greenup to speak for his dog to tho pound. There Is noth- Bailey, republican nominee for appeling much more murderous to sleep late clerk, thereby a bowing that ho is than a barking dog and tho man who a gentleman of the and a keeps one to annoy his neighbors descholar of great amigosity. serves death himself, if ho will not kill the dog. CALL FOR DISTRICT M EETI NG . first-class Tho Glasgow Nows reports tho salo mules, d of a pair or Palestine, W. Va , Ed- for $2 10. In a mill near Indiana's wheat crop is estimated at ward Yorklns was struck by n saw and :J",7W),S7.i bushels, an average of 15.2.'l cut in twain. bushels per acre. Stockton Shcmwell. a Lvon & Allen bought of various par Negro boy of Elkton, committed suimorphine. ties :i.'l feeders at :t.:i5 to :J.S5 and 10 cide by taking Charles K. Darling, of Boston, was butcher cattle at 2c. 0 of tho Sons H. C. Wells' tobacco barn and elected commander-in-chiedestroyed pounds of tobacco woro of Veterans by acclamation. The mercury reached 5)8.4 at Louis- by lire near BramblotU Dandy Jim trotted the half mile truck ville Friday and was tho hottest day ut Crawfordsvllle, Ind., In 2:101, estabever recorded In September. James Robinson, who murdered his lishing a now world's record. Col. B. F. Truuoy. the Lexington wife, died In jail at Mount Hotly, N. J., tho sheriff a job. turfman, foil In a hotel at Uiwton and thereby saving whaler Navarch, of San Francis was perhaps fatally Injured. Tho R. II. Bronaugh's Kilty B. and Anco, was caught in an iceburg In Alas kan waters and 42 of the crow perish- nie Taylor both Blurted at O.iltloy Saturday, but woro behind the money. ed. Thirty-sithoroughbreds belonging wore killed and six in Seven men in a freight wreck on tho Iron to Woodurd & Shanklln, of Lexington, jured Mountain road at Hanson, Indian ier- - brought an average of $105 In Chicago. YV. G. Anderson sold to Bob Yantls, rltory. John Arthur, of Breathitt, was shot of Fleming county, his bunch of M and fatally wounded, from ambush, It yearling cattle for Il.&'i. Lancaster Is supposed by a member of tho "Kcd Record. Maggie Igo, a yearling tllly belongString" faction. In Lee county, Va.. John Farns- - ing to R. P. Fox, of Richmond, trotted worth shot and killed Henry Hatfield a hnlf mile in 1:10 over the track ct Jeal that place. and wounded Mary Furgoson. ousy was tho cause. Boone Bros, bought of various pai-tia car lood of butcher stuff at 2c to Charles Gibson, colored, captured by a sheriff's posse for murder, confessed lie and shipped to Cincinnati Saturday to criminal assault and was hanged by afternoon. a mob at Macon, Ga. Col. Ed Stagg, of the Hustonville Henry Wallace, Sr., of Mills, who was hero yesterday, told u William Hammondsville, O.. Is dead, aged SO. lie bought several small crops of wheat He had been either postmaster or as- Saturday at !2c. sistant stneo he was Hi. Tho Danville horse, Connor, won tho D. F. Gerard, of Marlon, Ind.. killed pace at tho Shelbyville, himself because ho was $."0 short with Ind., fair In 2:1H, breaking the track a company he wus collecting for and record two seconds. couldn't make tho amount good. The Ohio Stakes were won at Oakley Turnpike raiders surprised tho by tho filly White Frost. The time for e in Harrison eoun-t- v the mllo, l:Ki, was tho fastest over guards at a j destroyed the gate. One of the made over the track. and guards was the sheriff of the county. ami Allen Deathorugo bought Joe Susie Waymoro, of Tuesday. (Kl cuttle from Pv-- j ' Edward, Ind., pulled a pot of coffee or & Hurst, of Clinton county, at 3.20. from the table on hor and sho was to Richmond Reglstoi. badly scalded that sho died in a few Moses Kuhn shipped 1 L'a,y an1 Jn hours. oars of oxiort euttla from nus Weihl The bank clearings in nearly all of Paris last week. They averaged 1,W the principal cities Incroased last wuok and wore bought ut ti to 4to. froin 2 to 10.'5 per cent compared with Fourteen curs containing 200,000 lbs last year. At Spokane they decreased of wool, tho largest shipments that 140.4 per cont, at Jacksonville 45.S and over loft Lexington, went east over tho Chesapeake & Ohio Tuesday. at Fargo, N. D., (.'!. John Browning, of Columbus, Ohio, The Lexington colt, Ben Holllday, didn't know his pistol was loaded and won tto Autumn Cup race at Shcops-hea- d snapped It at his younger brother. The Bay, defeating Ornament, tho bull found its way Into tho boy s lungs hot favorite, who finished fourth. and he died in a few hours. Now tho Crops In the western portion of Inelder Browning Is a raving maniac. land aro iilmoxt u complete fulluro und Out of humor over a late supper and both u fuel und food famine aro threat angry because his son resented ubuse, ened. The outlook is said to be the j Charles Sayers, of Chicago, threw a worst since 1S47. llirhted keroslue lamp at tho boy. xho Joe Kindig, of Pennsylvania, will be lamp exploded, burning one fatally and at B. G. Fox's livery stable at Danville. of several other members of the family Wednesday, 15th, for the pur-wluiviiifr a car load of fat horses from t badly. to '('. years old. Also 50 mules wanted. Tho Northern Julane Club of New Tho Harrodsburg Democrat notes Orleans, has offered $20,000 for a fight sales of seed ryo at 55c, 100 hogs at between Corbett and Fltzslmraons and X40, vSl cattle 1.000 to 1,400 Runds, at tho former miglllst Is anxious to accept lit. steers at 4c, 11 mnio colts ut SUOund oats at 22c. A farmor it, but the latter declines to light a .'100 bushels ofrefused $1.50 a bushel for near Burgin like a cur last' his now crop of corn. man who "stopped spring." The market price for coffee is lower dhe than it has been for several years, cofto the abnormally largo receipts of FARM HND TRADE. The fee in the Brazilian markets. daily receipts at those oints during II. S. Withers' sale occurs tho month of August were 50 per cent, 14th. j larger than tho world's average daily Sam Bishop bought a lot of butcher j consumption of all kinds of coffee. stuff yesterday at 2"o. A prominent lawyer aro-- e In u prayJersey cow for sale. Fresh for winV.. and just j er meeting at Oswego, N. ter. J.C. McClary. und lu droptho Porkins then dead,lights went out if It shows J. J. McCall sold to Lucius which shows, ped .'!0 feeding hogs at :io. anything, that lawyers have no busiSow and six pigs for sale. Lew s ness rising In prayer meeting. Cook, Cook's Springs. Josiah Anderson sold to F. P. Bishop j To 20 feeders at XUO to .'lie. AND OAHUAUI. In Casey eight W. R. Rice bought I am paying oapvelitl attention to cMisNim ."0 to 410. sugar mules at grinding uhri guarantee to iclve. M poundsnf 100 bushels white seed ryo for tale. good Hour and 10 jmuiiilsof limn for each liusliel of wheat, imlwlthntaiidliig tlio fet Col. Underwood, Hubble. of running 72 that wheat Is up. I am G. S. Shelby sold to Jerry Owens day ami night und will do wlmt I canto ' jiluu-- e my customers, mi they wl'l give me extra good yearlings at .'lie. King bought In this and Rook their patronage. Yours to plrnsc, L. C. .MlHtKIS Plti:i, tillherts Cwk. Ivy. ca&tle counties 17 mule colts at 42(1. at Odoosa, Live Stock, Farming Implements A sale of Poland-China- s Mo., Aug. 2, averaged $03.21 for SO. ' And Household Furniture. At tho Shanklln sale In Chicago Mar I will hell at public auction at my farm "i plot brought $2,200 and Davo II $2,00. on W. P. Glvens bought of Dick Gen- mile from Turnersvlllo cuttle at try, of Boyle, M 1, 18, 1897, News Briefly Told 1,200-poun- THE Louisville New Arrivals Daily of Kail CioiuN. f 1100,-00- Store. Values for the Lcn.st Miu-- l!ct x UurgAins in those Stnp o Moods tlint are Money Savors. Now Hoii'.okeepor. D OfflESTICS. Thy will intorosi uvory Towels, Table Linens, Canton Flannels, Flannels, &c. Lace Curtains, lllnnketn, fomforts. New es Host Qunlltjr of Unmurli-- , Linen Duck, Fancy Black back Ktistle Lining. Skirl Hraid, Waist Melting, Prus Stny Seiuu Minding, Hook Slllsin. uud Eye, Press Trimming. Full Line of DRESS GOODS In foe t l! I Pros Making Sundries. free-for-a- ll New Shoes, New Boots, New Clotlnng. New IIhIs, New I nderweur fur both Women nnd Men niir departments lire being tilled with of toll-gat- I Three-year-ol- d SOO-ptnu- GOOD MONEY SAVERS. We invite you to con e We nre prepnud u w to tit yiu before. Mring us yur lr Ion money limn vcr j ' 1 1 We will pay you the highest market price 'o them. FEATHERS AND EGGS. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. A. UUMANSKY A CO, PitorHiiT.im Cull now if you wnnt Ixugiiiu?. T. I). HV.VKY. Manaokh Emi- Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Mardstown, l.awrenceburg, fynthtnna, Vcrsnillo, nence, Georgetown, I'liinbethtown. Frankfort, nnd Miiuckort, Ind. NTSCKTISS The Newest Things Out. liomnii I'laids nnd Stripes, all the go, at tliuin. 1 e : I've got tliein. Tliey are beauties. Look H. J. MoROBERTS. to-da- , TRUSSES litent and most approved Hiyles nnd ! AjCow- - I Kv.ry pK'te I. Ill'' of (iuirinU-vd- . f 1 tho People of Lincoln Fountain and Household Syringes, Hot Water and Ice Bags, .fi"".nd Surglewl Suppllts a SMt-lnll- Wo ku minted Prices nnd Qiiiilll-.- . CRAiG Si HOOKER. . A Having Word To You. thofpiestlon from almost every standpoint, wo luivo derided to adopt . ' i 1107-pou- Mules. Large, I'lno At Medford, Mass., Star Pointer took Twoand Vearllug Mare Workor verv line Mule, fl Implebotli heats from Joe Patehen, best time llrood Mares. Also my farming M11W11P. - llegliiiilug July 1. ISD7, believing that It will 1' moro satisfactory to Ixilli buyer and .. .. W.. I.w. .....ww.. .1 mu m.i.1.1. ...w.... j No bud debts will accumulate, couseijui'iitly wo run mII goods ehtu.'r. It will take much munis roiisisiiiij; tn u 2:0:il. l'lows, Harness, .Vc. and my entire lot of. capital, our oxponses will b. less uud there l every reason why tho cash system will F. Reld to Simon Weihl 00 1.500- - Household and Kitchen I'urnlture. prove hutlsfuctory. Wo only ask you to try It iiwlille and If j mi find It Is not to your adTkiims. Pums of 51(1 and under.cash: ovpound cattle to be delivered in October er that amount a credit till Jan. t. 'Us. Note vantage, wo will not kick on your buying from merchants who sell on credit Wo are N11- -. at 15e. wo nan hell you goods from 10 to .'.' pur cent, cheaper than the credit men and till with good security payable In tho F. P. Bishop sold to Lyon & Allen 20 tlonal Dank of Stanford, required. Very truly, Hhould certainly bo an Inducement to you. W. H. HILL, Turnersvllle, Ky. d d steers at H.83 and bought a car load of sheep and lambs at 21 to .'lc and a car load of butcher stuff at 2i to 11 tic. ' Saturday, Sept. .1 THE CASH SYSTEM, s nut-Isl- led 1,122-poun- 55-t- , THE editor of the Somerset Reporter tries to ease his conscience for the sin of robbing u man's watermelon patch by telling about it. An honest confession is said to be good for the soul, but, ' It docs not acquit that soul of sin. Tho attention of the grand jury io called to , ftf the case.The editor of the Louisville Tiriios is letting Wlllson, Bonne, Cowan and other republicans till his space to a great extent these hot and dry dog days. While not so brilliant and cor-- , rusticating as his own emanations, It nevertheless makes pretty good reading. Georgia Is lurnishing tho marblo for Minnesota's new capitol, which It badly needed. There is hardly a courthouse in Kentucky that is not a moro credluiblo building, uud tho courthouse at St. Paul is a palaco to it. ' Pursuant to the order of tho Democratic Executive Committee for tho ISth Senatorial District for Kentucky, the said convention will meet In Stanford, Sept. 30th, at 10 o'clock a. M.. for the purpose of naming the manner and tlmo of selecting a democratic candidate for this Senatorial District and if thoro is not more than one candidate for the nomination on said day, the said committee by virtue of tho powor conferred on them, will declare such portion the candidate of the party for said office. J. E. Carson, Chin'n. 18th Senatorial Ex. Com. .'lc. Valuable Properties FOR RENT. A Under a recent docislon of tho court of appeals local liquor laws whoro no vote lias been taken since the adoption of the new constitution, will be void after Sept. 2S. Twenty-fou- r men woro killed by a premature blast In a Mexican quarry. atuny price. December wheat opened at 955. September closed at S)(5c. September closed at 1) li and December at 1)1 i at Chicago yesterday, suy a dispatch to J. II. Baughman & Co. Montte Fox bought yesterday of A. and S. L. Gibbs. of Garrard, two car cattle at 45c. They loads of are to bo delivered during tho first 15 days of November. wore 200 or CoCRT DAY. on ttio market yesterday more cuttle and while none woro offered publicly a number of private sales woro made. Some extra good feeders brought nearly 4e; steors "Jr to .1.70; heifers 2! to .'lc; butcher stuff 2 to 2e. Mule colts and aged mules wore In demand und a number of tho latter changed hands ut $00 to $100. Mulo colts brought from $25 to $X. Horses wcro dull und few sold 1,400-poun- d HigH HARDIN. Locust Herd Reg. Poland cmnas. & to FARRIS J 220 Arres, half In Oarrard and Headed by U. S. MODEL, HO. 30,353. Lincoln, three miles North of Crab Orchard, the land about equally divided Son of Klovor's Model, No. 20.711). tho greatest breeding hog living, uud lirNDM'.Y'S grass uud cultivation, good dwelling CLAUDE, No. 13,B!ll, huh of tlm World's Columbia n Champion, I'lutide, .No. 11.0(17, I'lno. A few show k'Us old enough to breed, and bred sown bouse, burn and lots; has a never-fallin- g toppy youuj; boars ready for In every respect, with supply of water Can Im tented for a term u specialty, for sale, This stock Is strictly llrst-ela- ss EZJ D of years. want or come and pedigrees. I'rlceH reasonable and tiatlsfuetluii guaranteed. Write-ou- r A I'uim within a mile of Lancaster of a? bCO my hogs. Originally one boundary but can bo i' A few fresh Jersey Cows for sulo. They are good onct,. Also Mammoth I'okln Duck Acres. A. V.. HIINIU.KV, Ilox 10.". imnvllle. Ky. bundled to advantage lis a whole or sopu- - Eggs, SI for U. rately. One tract bus 11W ucrou. Tho HO Hcriw has on It tbiee duelling houses with htiihkH and lots, Is well wanned und faces Is In! Ciali Oieliitrd pike. The lull grass, .hist aeio-- s the plUe are two Imhiii- - j darles, one of 1U3 acres, all In cultivation,! with abundant suppl of water fresh from grass. Tho li" acres Is part grass ami jwrt ' X In cultivation, lias nocn in ciover ami resting for years, Ca CT ! A large houo in Lancaster with 8 rooms. Always used ns a boarding house. If runted -IsJ Receiving his- to advantage can be rented for u term of years. MIW. NANNIE It. ANDEUSON. Any 0110 wishing to rent tho uImvo property cull on or adieus, JNO. M. OHAND. tioods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. 50 Lancaster, Ky, half l'arni of In '..! H. G. RUPLEY, r l" arJ 7 THE MER6HANT TAILOR J FALL AND WINTER f GOODS, rv THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., Wi.ddino presents at Dunks'. MlXKD Spices j at Warren & Shanks'. moeK occurs iday, 14th. - Skit. 14, 1897 ers'. Sri: tho now window shade at With- E. U. Walton, JU'hi.vis.s Maxaokii. Craig Spin:, ready mixed for pickles at & Hooker's. D I'ltKSCltll'TiONHnro lillod rltfht and at rljht prices at IVuii.v'h Dnif; Storo. for eiilu cheap. SKCONp-HAN- Lightning Hay Press II. IC. Woaron & Son. . . PERSONALS. CAIT. .lACIC Hosluy has boon qnlto sick for several days. MlSB Uipitik I'axton, who has buun quite alok, Is improving. UiMAli I). Ititioirr in at hotuu from Nushvillu for a fuw days. J.J. McCall, of Mt. Vornon, attended court hero yesterday. XkV stationery, latest styles, schrol supplies, lowest prices. U. If tho county court did anything worth rojH)rtlng yesterday, It .did not appear of record. shows the greatest lino of carpets uver shown In Stanford. Suo them and you will buy them. Withers Miss Cariuk Davis, of llarrods Attention Is called to tho notice of burtf, la witli Mrs. A. (.. Kastland. tho valuable properties In Garrard Miss Makv Klicix wont t Lexing county advertised for rent In this iston yostorday to ontor Hatnillon Col- - sue. Holdam STUART, of Corblu, Hponta jKMtlon of Sunday with hid sweetheart hero. Mic. and Mrs. T. I Sim.vic wunt to Somerset Friday to visit Mr. and Mr. K. (!. Hail. Mr. Max Salinuki:, of Louisville, For Kent. Two rooms ovor Haugh- man's livory stabloono vacated by Dr. (.'00k for rent. M. S. .t J. W. Haughman. COVER . , your house before bad weather tets la. Cypress shingles aro tho best, and cheapest In tho end. For sale wtis hulplnj,' tho boys at tho Louisville by A. C. Sine. Storo yontorday. I WILL bo ready the latter part of Mrs. Dr. J. (.'.. CAKiMiNTKitand Miss this week to do all kinds of dros makMary Hcazluy loft Friday for tho Nnsh-vill- o ing. My rooms aro above Wearen's Coutonnial. news dcjHJt. Mrs. William Hamilton. J. S. Wickrrsham, who used to llvo In Sl'ARKS from a freight engine set tiro to and burned Saturday afternoon of Madlton, for Mr. S. II. Shanks three slacks of rtKJiit a fuw days with hl.t daughter, hay, lii acres of grass and 110 panels of fence. Mrs. W. II. Shank.-.Miss Dora Johnson', who ban been Tint First National Hank at Fort visiting thu Mls-utStraiib, returned to Scott, ICas., surprised its stockholders Louisville Saturday. here a few duys ago with cheeks for a MISS Mam IK Lynn, who has Loan 2 per cunt dividend on the half of their vfellliit; Mra. T. M. Thatcher in Som- stock that was not conllecatod. erset, bus rem mod. It. C. Hnleiimn tells Mms. William C'.krr, who lliici lxjon with hor son, Mr. Put (ioor, reltirnud us that the lamp he uses in his residence at his watermelon patch explodto Lubauoii Junction Saturday. MRS. Sck Houmism, of Crab Orch- ed Saturday night and but for heroic ard, It tho guest of hur daughter, Mrs. lighting his homo would now bo in ashes. . .James Millar. Klkton 1'rpKross. l. MltSDAMKS Lfcv Kay and Mattio THEsaloof W. T. H. Whitu's farm Hnkur, of Iturviu, camo up Sunday to of &K) acres two miles from Crab Orvlstt MIw Suu and John Ihyiry Wo-nt- chard will occur at his residence Wednesday, l")th. See advertisement for MRS. WlLl.lH W'AYTS, of Morgan- - particulars. Tho place can be divided Hold, and .Mi Kllon Mays, of Paint into three farms. Lluk, cousins of Mrs. A. M. Fryo, aro in Stanford, H)liuu a candidate for ohiuf of at Somerset. Mr. T. K. IIaldwin, . s -- r. bar ptusts. Crar Shooters. Charlie ArmMrs. CJko. W. Mahciiand, of Monti-udll- strong, Nub Fmbry and Will Hoglo Mo., and Miss Mary Mcltohortt, wore lined .20 each by Judge Caron tf Canton, Mo., aro tho uuts of Miss Friday for shooting crap. They were given until Tuesday to pay up when Mary Hruco. Saturday's Couriur-Jmirncon thoy will be made to work out their tained a fair plcturu of tho protty elo lines If they do not come to time. cutionist, Miss Lou Clark, with a com SNAKES. Seeing tho story of a man pllmontary writu-up- . S. C. Trl'hukart, of Nash-vill- killing 11 rattlesnakes In one of the Mrs. counties, which we is with Mla Florence Truohuart Mr. J. T. Chadwlck told us for a fuw days 011 rotito to thu Methodnot to go from home to get a ist Conference at Mt. Sterling. bigger story than that. Win. Hallard, Mibshs Addik and Maroarrt HOLMKS, of Crab Orchard, and Dolllo hu tells us, killed an old rattler live or Vauoy, of till county, havu matricula- six feet long and l(i young ones a few dayn ago. ted at thu col logo and board thuro. Tins-ley'- s A PARTY watt given at V. W. A Leiianon Negro jumped on the Saturday night in honor of thu colored excursion train thuro Sunday MUsoh ltdmistou, of Crab Orchard, who and tried to boat the news "butch" wuru vlidtors at his homo. Harbour-vlll- o out of some cigars. He succeedi-but News. when he leaped out of tho car window Mrs. Logan Williams Im.s sold out in order to got away from tho newsboy nlIlutouvlllc and moved to Lexing- he broke an arm and was bruised up ton with her daughter, Miss Dolly It. from head to foot. Williams, the accomplished musician, Two Negroes from Crab Orchard, who will touch at Hamilton Collogc. Will Walker and George Stephens, Mr. Hkdrli. Ciia.nckli.OR was kicked on thu shin by a horse wore brought hero by Deputy Sheriff yostorday. Mo bones wore broken but O. f. Newland and given over to Jailthu kick was siilllclunt to knock him er DeHord. Tho former had been lined $2) and given .'10 days In jail for cardown and pain him greatly. , rying concealed weapons and the latMr. Lkslik It. Andp.rson, of Harp-urKansas, stopped ovor sovoral days ter $1 1. Including costs, for disorderly conduct. with Mr. K. S. Lytlo at tho St. Asaph. ALEX A. Hasti.v camo in yesterday Mr. Anderson lived hero until lo years ago mid was en route to Virginia to to correct a misleading item in this paleach. per. He says ho and his live brothers SlmrkT. M. Phnninoton, of Mld- are not going to scratch at all at tho dlesboro, was here a few days return- coming election. They aro simply going from tho Presbytery, but ho laid ing to stamp under tho rooster and let rather low for fear tho Presbyterians him do the scratching. They have might handle him roughly for taking heretofore voted tho straight republithuir pastor from thorn. can ticket. . Miss Kkkik Hurnrtt, who has been Water is getting so low at tho with friends hero for several weeks, reworks that Sup.. Hayden has requested turned to Winchester yostorday. She that there bo no more lawn and street had recently been sick and while hero sprinkling for the present. Soma of Knitted 10 pounds of avoirdupois and those who pay for water, however, aro several sweethearts. Mr. and Mrs. Koiirrt IlARDiNo.of not dlsosed to accecd to tho request, Danville, were hero yesterday when thinking that if tho supply is entirely their tlrst born , Miss Margaret, ex- exhausted the company will bo forced changed photographs with Master W. to make better provision for next summer. P. Walton, Jr. Tho little girl Is a "Warning. ''Keep your Superior beauty and very much llko her mother. Drill locked up. Everybody wants ono or something as near llko it as possiHOME NEWS, ble, even our competitor, B. K. Wear-ewho last fall sent to two different KlNOLRSS and plnlcss curtain polos drills wo had sold and took a disc from Withers'. at each and boxed them up and shipped ApMONRY to loan on real estate. to somo Drill Co., wo suppose, to get ply at this olllce. an idea on the constitution of tho disc. want Fruit cans, jars and jolly glaseos at Wo don't oven the Superior monkeyed with, not the neck yoke, lllggins & Shanks'. Warren o, nl o, south-eaxtor- n pub-ltiOio- ye-urd- ly -- n, -- SRVKRAI. II. car loads of coal. - A: See J. McKlnney. , received a Hotter from her daughter, Loas Wantkd. I will pay cash for Miss Jonnlo Coopor, who left two weeks largo poplar logs. A. C. Sine. ago to make hor homo near Klooming-ton- , III., stating that she was married Superior Disc Drill SRCOND-HANthere a few days since to Mr. Kobert for sale. U. K. Weuron & Son. Lamb, formerly of this county. Thoy Wi: sell coal and feed for cash. Don't will make Illinois their home. The" nek for credit. J. H. Kuughmai. & Co. bride, who Is tt sister of Mr. Georgo B. i D Hlgglns before buying. Married. Mrs. Susan Cooper has Veuy largo lino of goods of all kinds while her husband is known to be a Farrls & steady young farmer und a clover to bo sold cheap for cash. man. Hardin. Cooper, Is an excollont young lady, Tin: sale of II. S. Withers' farm and Joseph Willlman, the merchant at ins late residence to- nrlnco of Jumbo. tellH u tbnt hn him put in a lino planing mill and rnado ALL persons having claims against other improvements of late. Lincoln county will plcaso file tamo on The of the old soldiers or before Sept. .loth. J. F. Cummins, which was to have been bold near Cl'k. L. C. C. Klngsvlllo next Friday and Saturday has been changed to Ottenhelm on the II. It. Camnitz has been appointed postmaster at Hustonville to succeed same days. A big time Is expected and Mrs. Adelia Woods, who has held all old soldlors are Invited to come and through several administrations with bring something to eat. There will be great credit to herself and satisfaction a camp ilro Saturday night. We Invito contparNon with any line. IVCnn Ik found cNfwht-reto the patrons of the olllce. Nox Kst.A warrant was Issued the Clifton, of Klngs-vlllMaster Commissioner It. C. War-RE- othordayforK.lt. bogus for uttering brass checks sold yesterday a house and lot in F. M. Vowell with Intent to defraud W. L. MeCarty Hustonville belonging to to Charles Wheeler for l00: a tract of and deceive tho public, they being an Imitation of tho ones which pass for fifi acres of land near Hustonville to Mrs. Vowell at $'2o and another of SO at money in his store, but when tho of$'11.10. Tho other tracts advertised ficers went for him tho bird had flown. SUfS & wore not ottered, those sold being Asked to re Jailed. John and more to pay the debts. who shot a Negro named Joe Kobinson In a drunken row, was grantMUSIC Parties desiring Instruction ed ball In $100, but ho declined to give c in Instrumental, Vocal or Guitar it and came here and asked to be put can receive same by applying to mo in jail. Ho appeared to be on tho eve at my residence on Main Street. Spe- of having the delirium tremens and cial attention given to Technlc, etc. scorned to fear that ho might get into Pupils will be required to study Har- further trouble. mony, also to meet In class form once a week, to receive Instruction in sight The teachers of the colored school m singing. Terms, two lessons a week, will give an entertainment at Wulton's $1 pur month. Mrs. Margaret A. Port-ma- Opera House Oct. 22, to help raise money for the school building. Part first will consist of an exhibition drill Fire. W. Randall Cook, tho repub llcan nominee for assessor, had tho jby ll'lU f the school and a cantata, misfortune to losu his dwelling about jl,nd 'mrt socond of II cake walkt in two miles beyond Highland by lire Sat which tho prize winners of Danville, urday afternoon. A defective Iluu was Harrodsburg, Lancaster Hustonville tho en o and as only Mr. Cook's wife and Stanford will participate. J. S. and small children were at Keid, tho only cake walker of Lincoln, SI honn very lhtlo of tho contents of tho will walk. - $j bulluing wore saved. About $20 in 8.'l.o00. The L. tt N. has compromisM. money also went up in smoke. Mr. ed with Mr. J. It. OrndoriT for the killCook estimates his loss at about $1.;I00 ing of his son, John, who was a fireman m with no insurance. for tho road, by paying him $.'1,."00 and giving him the passenger run from j3THE excessively hot weather continhere to Itichmond. Mr. OrndoriT want-- j ues, Fridny, Saturday and Sunday be3 ed $.,000, but accepted the damages ing the hottest recorded in Kentucky rather than appeal to the courts. It is since the signal service began, the said company sent its attorney mercury reaching about 100. Farmers to that the E the water tank, whore young Orn( who attended court yesterday wore ra was killed, to seo if tho spout feeling blue over tho protracted drouth. doriT would under ordinary circumstances ..... . M'l... mu i.,. ...1. a .. s cui. B.,urt, biiivk btl.,ko u mn who was looking out of water is scarce ovorywnero ana almost tho cab and Itstruck the lawyer as the unobtainable in some localities. The engine was passing very slowly. ground Is so dry that but little plowing has been done for wheat, the acroage RELIGIOUS. of .vhlch will bo contracted if rain does Dr. Talmage has accepted a call to not come soon. There is now no pros the JelTerson Park Presbyterian church jH.'ct of any and not until tho equinox do tho old stagers predict a wetting of at Chicago Kid. J.M. Hash returned Thursday the parched earth. from Station Camp, where he held a Ate a HULi.irr Which Didn't very sirccessful meeting lasting 10 days Aoree wuil Him. Near Sand Knob and resulting in 00 additions to the Lies Don't Go. Most,. H K. Women .V Son, Stanford Geiitlonion: In reply to your In Casey Sunday Kugene Carlisle shot church. Winchester letter will say that tlio Kentucky llsc Drill stands strictly on Its merits; the makers flfjlifc Sun. tlielr law suits In court and not In the papers and no purchaser of tlds dilll need lear nuy and probably fatally wounded John Kev. M. B. Irvine, of Taylorvllle legal entanglement. ANo that other drills must he deficient In real merit when their Halley with a pistol he did not know 111., will assist Kev. G. II. Turner in makers seek to scare people Into buying them. We guaianteo protection. Yours, Rren-nt- in Sept. 2. IllulTs wont work. Thero & Co.s Western Agricultural Works, Louisville. was loaded. Carlisle In fun advanced the meeting which began at Walnut Earmers can see for themselves. Is no mistake alwut this machine being toward Halley and remarked "Consid- Flat last night. The services will be er yourself undor arrest," at the same at 7:.'I0 at night and there will also be a time presenting the pistol, which was day service. a At calibre. "I eat those kind of The Christian Kndeavor Society of ttisrJkt J&l'Asf I'Ast I'Jis i'Jssl'A&i-J&i'JihJi mmmmr.aimi mm lWmmm.tMWmm.f:mjmw.mmm, 111: things." remarked Halley, and open- Stanford chose Mr. E. L. Grubbs as ing his mouth, Carlisle poked the president Sunday night and he asks weapon into it and pulled tho trigger. the aid of all the churches in his elTorts Tho ball came out at tho back of his to keep tho society working and bene-liciBY head, and now Katley feels as if he had to the community. had a dose of bullets that he will not Tho protracted meeting at tho Chrisget over. His mouth was fearfully tian church is attracting good crowds. burnud. Tho preaching of Fid. C. F. Powell is 'i " i The Black Diamond. Col. Albert very line, and tho singing under the F. Boone scorns to bo a man with amis- leadership of Prof. J. M. Sibold, Is the sion. Ho continues to boom his paper bast that has ever been rendered In railroad from tho Lakes to the sea and Mlddlesboro. Herald. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Kid. S. F. Fowler, who is assisting to interest localities in it to the extent Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. in many instances of making subscrip- Kid. J. T. Sharrurd in a protracted tions, and keeps pugging away over- meeting at the Stanford Christian Square, Stanford, Ky Room Opposite Court-Hou- se coming dilllcultles and convincing peo- church, will begin his night service ple that tho building of tho road is promptly at 7:1."). He is said to bo a such a necessity and such a good thing very line preacher and a general invifor tho suctions through which It will tation is extended to tho public to hear run, that tho consummation of his him. When it was llrst rumored that tho plans is only tho question of a very hap- Mlddlesboro church had called Kev. short time. Stranger things have pened than prospect of the building San ford M. Logan to Its pastorate, our of tho Black Diamond and Col. Boone .people were not disposed to take it se may be able after awhile to get capi- riously, beliovlug that a mutual satistalists interested In his scheme, which faction existed between pastor and conis a very plausible one. He will be gregation. It therefore caused a conWo are making preparations for a big output of goods. When you hoar our hero Sept. 2S and with Gen. J. C. J. siderable surprise when it was announcyou will then know we mean to sell tho goods. Our aim in making these unWilliams, of Knoxvllle, and Hon. Win. ed that Mr. Logan had accepted tho Klrby, of Toledo, O., will address our call and would begin work with Ids precedented prices is to reach out and furnish our adjoiding counties, which fact haa people and lay his plan of operations new charge Oct. 1. Mr. Logan has always proven itself where a customer favored us with a call. We are hero for bussmall profits. before them. It is to be hoped that a labored faithfully for his people here iness, quick sales and lurge crowd will greet them and that and thoy aro not the only ones who aro they will notonly beglven a respectful loath to give him up. He enjoys tho hearing, but a cordial reception here. love and respect of tho other denomiBranch Store at Hustonville, II. It. Camnitz, Manager. nations, while those who belong to no Horridly Mangled. Sunday morn- church hold him in high esteem as a ing when tho colored excursion train man and a Christian. Speaking indito Louisville pulled out from tho depot vidually and collectively, wo regret here, Geo. Sparks, who wa partially exceedingly that Mr. Logan thought it under tho Inlluenco of liquor, got best to leave us, but hopo that his lines may fall in pleasant places and that he on to toll some of the folks good-byotT. Ho delayed do- may bo able to do a great work for tho intending to jump ing so till the train was almost in full upbuilding of tho temporal kingdom. The Cumberland Presbytery at Wal motion and then ho was thrown benut Flat was not as largely attended as neath tho wheels. Ills left leg was mangled to tho knee and his right foot was oxpectoJ, only about a dozen mashed nearly olT as was also ono of his preachers and delegates from a distance being present. Tho meeting orbauds. In addition ho was badly hurt ganized by electing Kev. A. E. Clarna-huIn tho back and perhaps internally. moderator and hearing a report Drs. O'Bannon, Craig and Turd If were from tho permanent clerk, Kev. J. S. wore Friday summoned after tho man had been tak- Coko. regular und Saturday and spent in tho at tho routine work en to Bettlo Burke's in Macksville and regular hours some lino sermons were they proceeded to use tho knifo and preached. The ladles took an active saw on the three limbs. Ho survived part in tho proceedings and the of Mr. J. A. Francis, Miss tho terrible operations and apparently Nannie Caldwell, Mrs. Leila Beors Turrallied for a short time, but tho shock ner and others were not only creditwus too much for him and ho died in an able, but excellent. Basket dinners " hour or so after fearful contortions, wore served both days and the good must havo thought the wholo counthrco men being required to hold him try would bo on hand, so bountifully still. The Negro said just after the and sumptuously did they provide Tho that ho was from Spartansburg, meeting scorned to bo greatiy enjoyed Tho Host Is always Imitated. The Superior Is tho Genuine DUc Drill. Has All aro S. C. At thu time of his death he was by the visitors, who spoku in high oughly tested and gives satisfaction. beenother Disc DrillsU. S. an experiment and an inCourt against onojcom entered In tho goou oncer fringement on thu Suicrlor. Suit has In mining at Pino Hill and terms oi tno nospiiaiiiy ana engaged that met them on ovcy hand. The puny for Infringement. Farmers, Investigate before buying. camo hero to a frollo Saturday night. next meeting of tho Presbytery will bo HIGGINS & flTKINNEY. In Winchester, April, 1S06. He was about '2o years old. j -. ro-uni- n SUCH BARGAINS IN VO ! TaBfets And Schoof Suppfies . e, N PENNY'S DRUG STORE. lgg&timr3Gmffiww$mg sulli-cio- Mc-Daui- inu-bI- OPENING n. NEW GOODS ! k Will tell you more about $ it next time. Don't buy untill you hear what we have to sav. i severance: & sons. - 1 1 1 1 ui-u- I , &mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 'a The Best Disc Drill BEST : MADEf d. douhle-goate- M B. K. WEAREN & SON. x - JM-JieWRI al UnDGRCAKinG .in. iJ. C. M' CLARY, i Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. m8&3m8W&W.iWRfi$l A- - Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, MATTING. pri-pric- es W. W. WITHERS, STANFORD. e, u es sis-to- rs "''" --Cj'v aj-eldc- nt beon-tlior- - m.tHitif r "' ptJ-rr,- ,1iiiwnir,., Tnyii mivimmui ai rWMir,;ynT'J.i!.lMi ,, -- Kirr1'''' tsjsv;?-- ' wq n'm' efwBii&lyiaffimji i y f A passenger and stock train collided, WAYNESBURG, Sheriffs SaU for State and Countj Taxes, under full btcam near NowCastlo, Col.. INTERIORJOURNAL Ottlllo Woldrldgo has been appoint- completely wrecking both. Shortly af- - M- - G- Reynolds bought of A. L. Sin-to- r THE Crati Orchard now has tho finest tousorlal HAMt'i.i, In thepor-.ouo- f mule- colt at iXt a On Monday, October 11, '07, artist In the chantry IIi.vkkmdiik, who handles tho nclssors and the collision lire broke out in the sloton a good mare ed postmaster at Jaboz, Itussell county. razor In expert stylo. Call on him whoa ou A vote on prohibition will bo taken ruins. The mall, baggage and express fcw ays "rr m, at 10 a. Hot E'M'blS.eixeAT'vi.oaS.a.ya n.ss.5.:? Liavo tho anil to tlio wife oi M. u. ivoynoius, tho ween se hours of In tho m.town ofl Stan-f- ( want a clean .shave or hIMi haircut, "orn, In the St. Marv'a nrcclnct In Marlon p.nrs. sinnknr. ilnv coach and a tourist door girl. Mother rd, Lincoln county. Ky., I will exiKise. to A number of ' " the JOtli, a Blcunar wore burned. Dee. IS, VJ PICll YJCYlt IX ADVAXCK mo inquest imnier ror ensii in mum, u mv AND ORGANS. Tom Jones, a Negro, lias announced nassencrcrs who were not killed oul. and baby arc doing nicely. tho Stato anil count v tax for tho vonrw iMii, been dono lsuil nnd 1M7 tho following described propVery little plowing has charged, will ns an independent candidate for coun- right, but who wore pinned in the When not MpalJSS.CO Decker Pros', Plimos. m much thereof us will Haloes Pros'. Pianos. wreckage and could not bo extricated, 'or wheut on account of the dry weath- - erly, or In Stanford I'rcclnot No. I. p.iy siiltl cilman of Mlddlesboro. tuVs. John V. Klllugtou Pianos, llrlcht, 42 acre, near Unhide. i:i7.1i. lt. D. Tyo nt Meadow Creek, Whit- nerished in the flames. There were , er nnu water is geiung very bcarce. I). II. Ilaldwln Pianos, r. i). m:vi.and, p. i.. c. Bro. Davidson has begun a protrud In about 200 passengers. It is estimated ley county, Joseph Coo at Kadtvllle, I'lschor Pianos, A.c. . Rstoy Organs. Hamilton Organs mid other Wayne, were appointed iK)stinaster. that 2."i persons were killed and as ed meeting here and will be assisted I 1'IMEMI), Syllus Ball, a Mludlcsboro police many more were bruised, scalded and bv Bio. Ira Partin. Mnv thev do much Makes. See my (loods mid (let Mv l'rlcos Heforo vou good. W. T. WHI'l'i:, Crab Orclmnl. 10 mrui, sliot Joe wrignt uirougn wiu burned, of whom over six are likely jitiy. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. J. F. Reynolds bought of a Pulaski I olTor for sulo prlvutoly my (Uwliuhlo - neck when the latter resisted arrest. to die of their injuries. A.U LAMIUM. party a pair of work horses for Sl'JO. homo on Uiwor Main street, Stn'nfoul. Tho JOIIM. AStl.KUAN. Trains leave Stanford at 7 10 a. in. and 4 p in Wright shot twice at Ball but missed U returning it t: 21 m and 9 05 i. m. war on saloons in Kansas City Is J. R. Williams bought In Casey a pret- hoii'O midh roomy, pretty cottiigo with nleo The him. good garden and outhoios, ami N anl KNOXVILLE DIVISION. In u most lilo.iMiut iielghlNirhiMxI. Call on that Mia, reaching an acute stage. A dispatch ty lot of heifer calves at $5 to $S. The London Kcho on tho were raided by the po10 Mr. Lee Reynolds, Jr., and wife, of moshowing pruiiiliot mull will lako pleunuro ...12 37 p lu No. 2J Train going North Pitman, wife of Uncle John says saloons worth of liquor bolzed Its tiianv udvnutages. lu ... 3 13 a in Martha " " lice and M.000 No. 26 " Pulaski, were visiting Mr. G. T. Rey40 MHS. :LI.A rUHT.MAiS. ,..12 Ol p m Pltmau, aged about "."), died suddenly " South INSURANCE COMPANY No. 25 " .. 27 p lu and poured into the gutters. Saloon nolds Saturday and Sunday. Versa, the " " No. 23 " of heart disease- at her home at PittsFor alll Points. and fixtures filling1 10 big youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. furniture T. burg. OF LIVERPOOL. drays were taken to pollco headquar- G. Gooch, has been very sick for a few THKO'lOU TICKCTS SOLD. KOWLANl). KY.. W. W. White, of Manchester, Clay CHKCKED TI1KOUUI1. UAOOAHB where they will be burned. The days, but Is belter. county, has been reinstated in the ters, For any Information enquire ol are under injunctions confiscations Saw mills are getting to be thick in ilasGonoliaelc into the Coal BtiRBEE G&STLEMR. treasury department as assistant JOK S. KICK, Agent, Business, and the proprietors, this neighborhood. Mr. W. II. Hicks against the places to the second nudltor. Ho was Stanford, Ky. MANA(li:iUS, inado permnnent many months ugo, has moved his mill to A. J. McKen-zlo'- s And will keep conxtiiuttv on hand tho Jolll-oremoved by Carlisle. llruuch anil oilier lent QUEEN & CRESCENT. and tho property is to bo destroyed farm and there are three lumber ask I'nIU pntrotingo of tho public. Coals and Manfortl tho Judge R. L. WUraore, of Nicholas without further process of law. Simi- and one shingle mills in the Lake friends who want foal can lenvo orders with Commerce JBullding, Louisville. Trains pass Junction City as follows fell down the steps of the Phoeville, 4 02 p m Agfliti Throughout tlio otltti. lar action Is to bo taken against somo neighborhood, nil of which will ship J. II. Illgglus, whli'h will receive prompt atNo. l.South .... 11 57 a in No. 2 North T. L. SIIKLTO.N. tention " 4 " ..... 4Sniu nix Hotel at Lexington and fractured 11 2lli in No. 3 " 70 other places. " 130 pin " their stuff from here. 11 2S a m 5 " No. Last year ho fell down 00 a m his left leg. " 10 " 8 20 p m No. 9 " Mr. R. D. Padgett Is closing out his 5 and do not iuii Sunday., 9 and 10 the same steps and broke the same Ky., oi. Tho American Society of professors stock of goods at cost and says he will IHl Agfllt, co no fui Air South than Junction City, nctlhcr leg. Has for Salo of dancing has decided that the waltz do they run Sundayn. quit the mercantile business. He also Versailles beat Nleholasvlllc in two must go. It claims that It Is both vulGOLDDUST HORSES, Stanford, - - iMi - Kkntuckv. FRANKFORT AHD CINCINNATI RY. hotly contested ball games at the for gar and a promoter of perspiration, ad- has a farm and some lots to sell cheap. Mr. John Ball, of Garrard, is visiting Tor both Saddle mid Harness Purposes. AlVlAUKOKUhTOWN. iner place Friday, thus winning the ding: In rude "dances" held In "halls" his sister, Mrs. so J. M. Reynolds. Mrs. A. M championship of the Blue Grass League r. m. M, A. coat P.M. the "gent" may Cattle, Poland China ,ffrom the Nicholu&villcs who won the wheropleases or talk to remove his over Dutch Gooch Is not yet able to be out. Jersey and 200 Lve. Somerset, Ar 12 55 2S5 ' Jet. City. " 11 31 820 a friend 3 IS if he Hogs, Southdown Sheep. 9 35 630 She has been sick for some time. 4 50 ArrtJeotvctown, Lt 505 his "lady's" shoulder while swishing (.trains. Call or " 6 30 300 penant. Choice Individuals of Franktort, 1155 7 20 DEALKK IN wrltoyour wants. Charley and Napoleon Washington, her skirts around the pillars and posts, . 8 40 Arr l'aris 6 10 LAST. brothers, colored, were caugnt, in an waltzing may be continued, but no Dally except Sunday c. n.nEKCAW.o.p a attempt to rob the postolllco at Bar- ball room will ever be Tlicv an' hero at liitt to furiiMi vou nil bourvllle and were arrested and placed waltzed In again. kluiNof r'IJK?II MHATp' put up In ttylo on I.unraitor M, opp. Royal make the food pure, In jail and will be taken to Louisville wncon wholesome and dtllclou. Murderer Perry, who was hanged in oiir to Cr.il) will ln run In utown ouch day Qustonvillo, - - - Kontucky or trial. and Orchard twice week, his own cotlln, paid J. L. JAI(V!:& !U). Twelve men are now guarding the Georgia, selected Ollrrs hlsMTvlrv lu the ssip ufWnt Lincoln n Laurel and Pitman Coal Co's. property all his debts, kissed his ml CMy roitntle. 1'ull txk o( CutBniauil liKtid. at Pittsburg, complaint having been wife and four children, declared thnt 93 I). l. Cnr)s.ntcr. Minagrr. High-Grad- e Fertilizers and Coal. he did not regret his crime and went to made to Judge Brown by the owners agree House and Lot at McKinney AWOIll) TD Goods Warranted ns Represented. Oftlcc on was in danger of his death. Gov. Atkinson did not that their property Main Street, opioslto Klmoro'x Store, llouso contains 0 rooms, hallway, neeossa-r- v destruction al the hands of striking with tho theory of tho Kentucky judge OWNERS. Hj acres of outbuildings. Stanford, Kuntucky. miners, and asking protection under who recently proclaimed tho right of t'ousldered one of AlxuitIn'st locutions laud, tho for a husbands to kill libertines the Martin law. This is pretty expenhomo at McKlnuer. J. L TOTTKX. iiLKSMN Aro you Insured 1 If not. why not ItOW.MAX SMITH. sive to the people of that poor counof dwellings and h.irns ginxl as jours The steamer Cleveland has arrived I have oHiued a shop nt tho forks of tho ty. Hustonvlllo mid Mllledgevlltu plkos, near from Mt. Michaels, bringing ItSI Mr. P. Iteld's nnd am proinrod to do alt and about $150,000 in gold. PasTEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. kinds of Twelvo acres of land mile from ICcKlu-uosay supplies aro exhausted at sengers has gimd house of 5 rooms nnd gikxl Program of the teachers' association Dawson City and only four more vessels outhulldliigs. Tor luforiuiitloii upplv to U. Kvery onr. Involving the hrs- of millions of Blacksmithing and Woodwork, to bo held at tho Christian church in can should A. Wai.tkh. reach there before the river closes. Stanford, Ky. Ivlngsvllle. or Jr.ssi; Vai.tiii. dollars".earWhyyear T J ou expect to escapo At the lowest prices nnd In tho manner Absolutely Pure to from J Crab Orchard, Sept. 18, beginning at Famine Is almost certain and violence I guiiriiuteo all my work I will take nil 10 o'clock: kinds of country produce, except for horse s threatened. Your Property May Burn Plensu glvo Niioeiug wiilcii is oo cent, cau m Song by the association. mo a share of your n.itroiniL-Within a xoar, within a month, within SI days fall excursion. Queen & Prayer. C. It. MAY KM I YORK. ROHM BAKISO 0DCR CO., hours. Vh should you expose tho accuWelcome address, V. M. Doorcs, M. Crescent Route. Great low rate excur mulation of" your of "honest toll to hiss liy Por several largo- sion for the usual Autumn journey a single tlre.'whtch can destroy It In an D. & Ndlcltlng n nlinic of your patronnge hour made by merchants and others to Response, J. S. Gashwiler. IUsHS.'tfull, Rate of li fare Essay, Value of Mathematics, Mis. nati!-Louisville. Registered IN Sept. 27. 23, 2i. Will Splendid M. J. Cochran. JESSE D. WEARE1T, the round-trip- : Con nnil lLity, individuals Both Stanford, Ky Order OlUce and Tissl Ctchanr., near the Railroad When to Begin Teaching Numbers, bo good 10 days to return. Ask agents General Agent, - - .last Fnll'r; and Cn.liit, Ie"it isinvt, for particulars. faWhwJPRSwiwlSSBg. Ebthis Spring's far Miss Lizzlo Pettus. - excursion to Chattanooga. Low rate Discussion, Misses Arthusa Cloyd row. Prices reasonable. No charge for Co. Coal Yard, Mill Mrrst, latelyKontuolcy, J II Hltflnt' crating. ElChickamauga battle anniversary. l5: and Mary Wilson and Mr. Jacob SatUladloii guanntissl Establlshnients and Have Our Queen A 1S97, via the OF STANKUllli, KY, Setitomber J. M. k H. J. UcBOBEBTS, Stanford. der. station Crescent Route. Leave your oo Recitation, Miss Vessle Anderson. $200,000 00 Fail up Capital, Saturday Sept. IS, return Sept A. S. VICINITY NEWS. ' NOTICE - 4 court-hou- i' PIANOS 1 J Ire tgroUj . (arwr.1 lift 1 Pretty Home For Sale. 1 L SHELTON, tnes-beng- er 2 o, G G Note-N'- G F. REID, Stanford, W. A. TRIBBLI, Chert-Hor- n J, B. HIGGINS, Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, Ix-s- J t HERE AT well-conduct- tlrt-cliii'. ss J. T. SXJTTOKT, Ootirt-llou-- Undortakor, ftl-- heart-broke- m& POWDER NE w IF'OiK SI.E3. ii Agricultural Implements, PROPERTY off-han- d. Thou-Hiiuc- ls pas-seuge- rs FOR RENT. 1 Are Destroyed by - y: Fire or Lightning Is-l- Ih-- ,1 m '. WE ARE AGENTS -- o 't. iLjxe: hogs. Du-roc- Cincin- 1 s. Hlercliant Tailoring New SON, DEHLERS COHL. NOEL Farmers Bank&Trast Stunford; 19-2- PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, ? S&f- ,r r - m- NOON. Song by tho association. Paper on Physics, W. J. Edmiaton, M. D. Stanford Ki 2321. 5 .' ,i w :f Office orer McRolwrU' DniR Store In the Owiley Hiilldltiff. Shall we Teach Botany In Common Schools, M. J. Brough. W S. PEcnrr, -- li r r ' Hytey. Deuttet, : jS-v or wound, General discussion, association. hoaloil w lthout leaving a scar. I know Bros, McKinney. Should Music be Taught In Common tpriilin, welHiiRsand rhcuniiitl-of no medlclno or proscription oiiual t) It. i Schools, Miss Annlo Dunn. .. consider it a liouseiHiiu Discussion, Misses Mary Carter, and 50c sles for salo by Oralg .V Hooker. SALE OF LIVE STOCK. Winnie Condor and Mrs. Ada Creger. IT SAVKSCUOLTV CHILDKF.N. Recitation, Miss Caltha Fish. Pbvikw, Va. Wohavo a splendid Mile Church At my Literature and History, J. S. Gash- on Cliauiborlulu's Cough Kcinody and our pike, ono farm on thoofMclVirmacks I will Turnersvlllo, lullo South coming from far and near, spoak V m ono lu "Mv Ihiv canio homo from Itti ills hand lmdlv Incoruto I and bleoilliu,' Wo will express charges and hell and sunYrliifr groat pain." cnyi Mr. K. J. you a suit pay all ulxivo wholosiilo at 10 Sclmll, with Mover llros. DruR Co.. M. Lou-I- s, cost, saving you por cent to 33 on a nult. I'll from $.' '! drvwrt tho wound und applied guaranteed. Mo. Chutnlx-rhiliiI'nln Kalm frooly. All pain cciiNod nnd In a rutnarkiibly short time It w Fall Samples In. Surplus, 17,603 SO Tanner e-- are a Hy prorldoiu of lu charter, deswltir In National lUriki, fully to tec led as are held IndlUdiially lialde to it iharvholden brliu the extent of the miiountof their atoek. therein at the par value thereof, lu adJItlou to t lie amount In It may act a eteculor. ad TMled In aucb ahares Ae , . fully as an Individual mlnl.tiator, Tendering our thaiikato tlno whu hare eiitruat their liudtieM to u, we truit they will continue to do ao, and we otter as a guarantee for prompt In hank-luto aamenur !Uyear' and a literal aetviiiiuolatloii aaaro eunaUtent with aound laulliin. ile-lt- j xun o up rni inn li wnwifc Ami Diiffji laun uuftau, J. T.Jones, ST A N FO R ID KY. , , yt-a- trutr, eis-rleiir- e g Sole proprietor of Dean'a lllack IMamniid IUmjI Ijitlmatrs juriitihisl for ulntlng o.k1, I'alnl metal and Imii roofa. Satlafactiou tfuarantrssl All roofa iwiluti-- l with IVaii'n lllaik lUaiiKtiid I'allit Healer In Ut CUlern I'umpa warrauttsl for atidlialtaiilKsl Iron Killer, (in vaulted and lllack f Iron Itootliiirof all kind. 21-i- IHKECTONS. J.J. J. S Williams, Mt. Vernon; V. II. Cumiulin, TrenrhenTlllej 1TOTICE rn 1 1 wiler. .Stanford, : Ky, j FAWjWll D&K.&K. : ' Elf Ife i ( " : It5 U i rr. Kennedys Kergan TltKATMKNT. rV. fc CONSULTATION' FllKE. HOOKS rilKL' If unable to call, write for UOX1K for OrKSTION 11LANK .sruirruiii:, impotkncy. sitiiktll!l.s,H liiXAIl I'.AL IHM'IIAHUKS. K I DKKY and 11LA DDKH Dlracii. W..M. llrlht, Teller Hcrses and Cattle, Milk Caw;, Hess,,!::., Mr., John Edmlston. A CUHK Toil DILIOUS COLIC. Song. Benediction. To the highest bidders. Thero aro fjood d Horse, KEMirncr.. Scrovon Co., On. I have lcoii llrood Mares. All teachers and others interested in NATIONAL BANK Horse Colt, .1 tiRod Tilly, Mililoct to attacks of bilious colic for education are invited to attond and Cholera and Mules. Mule, yearllii) Mule, oars. ClmtnliorlalirH Colic. OF hrANlOltl), KY Mule Colt. Cow and Calves. n ood joiir-lln- g Dlarrlici'a Uoinody Is tho only sure relief. It take part. MS. J. H. Whitk, Uultlo, 75 Stock Hops. Will also rell acts like a charm. Ono iIomi of It gives V. Surplus $15,750. Capital Stock 5100,000. all other romedlos fall. U. in v crop of Krow '"K Corn. J YKiiMrt. and under, cash; The Leading Specialists of America utns of Sharp. 1'orMiloliy Craig Jc la ralhsl to the fatt Attention of over that amount a credit till .Ian. 1st, IMls, this la the only ihepuMic Hank In .Stanford that t'n National Danville. Tho engagement of 20 YEARS IN OHIO. with Interest. Notes payable lu Tanners der tho pnnulous ol the National Hank Act the Head. Mhs Lillian Sumrall, daughter of Hand it Hank and Trust Co.. wUIikooiI security not only hy tluxapltal (lock, depositor arc 250,000 Cured. hut hy thu at(Hkholder' llalilllly lor uti amount MCZl druljt of Shrove N. II. Judge J. K. Sumrall, and Mr. Robert Auk. J. IUkcI, the leaJliiR New Dlncury is the I wlflalso SKLL (spialln theatock an that dojlioraof thla Klii)?' At tlio saino time "Dr. iirt I i aworn u fund of iito.uoi). I'l Graham Evans Is announced. No other only thine .(that cures my co(.th nnd it l tho hest- OH ItKNTSIO ACKKS of my farm; fairly WECURESTRICTURE the condition ot the lUnk are made J. ' CanijilKll, incrr M.it Saf-.. Improved, well watered and Iu good state of alatementa toofthe I' lilted States (ioveriiuieiit and lu announcements have been made except idlerltavft" year each fnril. Ariz wrltM "ir. Itmiik ."" .'7"'v.,iire Thonftinfi of vaunt? nnil int1illnni.f.i1 a Mated thin It; that the marriage will occur this fall. all that Is claimed wiiinhsnever rails ana I l can not cultivation. Tonus inado known on day of BMetaarevxamliHsl atadditional andliy noxiniiieul men aro troubled with this disease many salo. ami cjild. Bk'eNtu, thus aecurlog ulel. ' euro for linconaciouMy. iney may lm on smart Miss Mary McRoberts returned to Dan- ayVnoi.Xhf..rlt!. merit." Dr. KIiib'h, Ne I lv J. T. HOYT.lt. Turnersvllle. to deiKialtora. ing een'ntlon, small, tnlstlne ttrcam, This Institution originally estaUIh(sl as the Ie Oiualw and UMi U not rliarn cuttins; iuinat times. Mai ill. ville last night, after several months' nneryforOiiimmiptlon.lcii tried for a iMlt Hank of Stanford In IS5s, then nsirsaiilusl at ' nn experiment, lt has ch.irgo, tliOiculty in commencing, weak the National Hank of Stanford In lWT.'i undaxaln tamb at tho hwd. It iibmt She spent the century and sojourn In Europe. orsana, emissions, nnd all tho symptoms) risiriranUtsl oa the l'lrt National Hank of Stanford Iwttk-- at W. II. McltoUTts of nervous debility they lmto K't'lIIC- lli.iiliit. greater portion of the time In art stud- - Drti Store. l'reo trial in Ids.', lini had praitkally ainiiilnternipttUcilal. II 111.. JJon'tluWldctoMcxiicruucnton ence for !tt ycjnt. It l Letter aiipplled now wltL Ies in Paris. you, by oittinjr, strutclun?, or tcnrliiK , I will clTor at public alo (If not hold priUcilltlus for Ir.ui'iullrijr hiulnesi promptly and Uh you. 'ihmvlll not euro you, ns twill re .Eiectric Jiitkrs. erallylhaneerK'fore In lt hu' and honorahle E. W. Lee sold to J. C. Caldwell and vately beforehand; on turn., Uur m;V .MiailUU for any wa-career Arcoiinta of Individuals, tiduclarlea, tlriin Klectnc Hitters Is a medicine needed whei the nhnrb the (trlplnrn li.sun. B. G. Fox the old Wakefield livery peiifrally limtAn rnmn. na 4liAfittAl. m .... n ..! hut Vrh. Iisn the liver 15, '97, and Individual willcitcd. preialls nil id Uliau.t.sl DIHICTOK stablo building for $8,000. Ike and G. It can never return. .No pnin.iio huder- - I oi and ini t.n ilnt..nflnt fret Li.lnn.j I... ... M ' S. Shelby sold to J. F. Owens, for some Is t riiid and ft liiglsli .n.in.t me o Ih U uniiv . F. Held, Lincoln Co.: J. W. l'ayden, Stanford elite My farm situated two miles from Crab use alterative Is It .V method. 'ih0rX'.U"lor.rntisnretrcnctli. S. II. Ilaughliiau, " S.T. Harris, Lancaster and Crab Orchard J.S. llocker, " encd. Tho ncrici nro iiulcoratod, and T I. Hill, " 72 good Wayne county Ohio parties, ' turnpike, on I)K ltlvcr, and containing tho bliss of manhood teturns. K. U Tanner, McKinney. W. A. Tribhle, yearlings at $11.50. Tip & Harry Bruco inVfliiTlheaystem fro... the malarialDilnuss .1.11. Colller.Cruh Orth'd; M. J. Miller, Mt.ernon. Headach" Oin.tli?tl;.n ACRES OF GOOD LAND. M, i. I.luiure, Mauluru. little bought 150 barrels of corn from Dave yield to LUslrlcllltten.. 50c and Sl.W) orrlCRRS. Thousand of yjung nnd liiiddlc-atrat W. II. Mcltoherta DriM store. Spoonamore nt $1.75 nt tho crib and 100 Said laud will lc itold In tlirco tracts, . men aro li.niinr their sesiial iirnr and I. S. Hockei, I'resldent; J. J. Mcltolierti Caahlor us follows: was acting vitality continually sapped by this A. A. McKinney, Aaal'lanlCashler. barrels from Joe Ware, who Jiucklin't Arnica Sahf. Tract No, 1, containing about lsl) Acres of The aro frequently unconpci"U8 hrule Land, whlcli lucludos tho residence, a brick world for cut for another man, at the same price. of tho rauto of thea rvmntoms. licncrnl The uost talve In the jtViukno, liimtural Dlfchargej, Fnil- sores, uircrt.tau ineum, and frame with S riMims and halls, largo Advocate. - ;f:i;.."yzi.: ms .Muntiood, ftcrvouncs, X'oor Jlcm- ied nanus, ruiimaiii, I no nay required. Ill a burns, good Ice house and other outbuildory. lrrliniiiiity, at tmies bmnrtinKccn-atidlcures piles or ings, good orchards, well wateied; In fact a BuaSjtVSl to give perfect aatl.qtlon or money Sunken lives, with durlt nrrlru. MR. BASTIN'S DEPI. ejiK llaeic. lienonil iicnroaslnn. l.rlf Prlrf ''Sceiitapcrhox. Tor Jle hy . U. desirable farm; .'ID acres In woodland; Hi lu IKJLTK. cultivation and remainder lu grass. of Ambition, Vatlcocele. Shrunken I, Alexander A. Uastin, was a member Mcitolicrti, Dru?glt The Heat Line to.ind From (1LKUT and smiCTUUK No. contains about lull Acres, adTract 1'art". etc. may bo tho c mso. Don't consult family upon a of Company C, 19th Kentucky InfanTom Clurk was sentenced to 09 years joiningoftract No a and has house, Itgood resiuociory, n iney naro no exiicricuco In dency rooms, tenant try and am a penslonor at tho rate of in tho penitentiary .' hours after ho chard, 110 4acres In cultivation, .'ill ucies orthee- - fueci!ll dieaic. ilnn't allow in All Points lu MIchliran. yuacKs to oxitcrlmcnt on you. Consult 824 per month with the number of my criminally assaulted a girl at Mexia, grass and tho remainder lu woodland. rurccialHt'.wnonavomadoaUrertiKl Tract No. II contains about Actcs, adlMf1feotJleiuin.l Women. UurNKlv certificate 450,114. I'm creditably In- Tex. CHICAGO. joining thu other tracts, has upon It a burr MUT1IOD TKKATMKNT will iwi.l. formed that there are some parties at lively euro you. Ono thousand dollurs "White City Special." mill with water and steam power, ' tenant for a caso wo uccejit for treatment nnd Ileal Terminal Station. houses, granary, blacksmith shop; about UO Highland, Lincoln county, talking of cannot cure, lerms wo.leratcloracure. acres of this land Is good Ulv itlvor Itottom. LOUIS. making un allhlavit that I was a sound, Said tracts of laud will bo olTored CURES GUARANTEED Avoiding the Tunnel . and then us a uhole. D. SIMPSON, Pror . able bodied man when I returned from MRS '.U. Tkkms. Salo will bo mado on tho followWo trc.it nntl euro: KMISSIONR, service. I will just say to thoso parYAltrCIKMILK. SYI'IITI.IS. CLKKT. d BOSTON. ing tonus: cash; balanco In 1 1 1 3ear-ol1 Office on Lancaster street at Ilesllence. customers In tho highest terms. Many litivo calil Primary Language Work, Miss Ella of lt their children would hnvo died of croup that Wright. If CliamlforlalnV Cough Itemedy had not lioon given. K'ollani U Ourreii. Thu'J.i and Discussion, Miss Jennie Pettus and S0c !.Uu.s for .salo liy Craig k Hooker. On Tuesday, Oct. 5th j 1U7, dlsjxi-- o h.J. Kmhry, J. K. I.rnii. J, N. .Mrneleo. S. 11. William Wouch, ()ley,Sr., A. W. l?arpeiiler, J. D.tlrley, S. II. SlianVa, J V Cah, of my entire lot of -- W Shanks. I'rehleut, J II. Ow.ley, Cadiler; orcicm. dealilne lootut I'otta for idauk fence, All s l and railing or wire friirerau find what they waiilat my alore near Ctslar Creek, on tin. pike Hiding from Crab Orchard to Stanford I aim keepou hand a opplyuf plank for feiielng All klndiof lumher for hiithlliu ursiv, alxi lioanla dealrlut; any aitlrleof and ahliulea. All thla kind tan cull on me at :ny alore nearCsUr Crwk. I.. W MNdl.l.roN 3i FIRST SHELBY & SHELBY, ..I'roprletora . .. 1 1 1 1 LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE Vice-Preside- H(K-ko- Stiin-for- d. i'-ii- Junotlon'Clty, Ky, Turnouts, prouiit attention, ery reiaouahle rates A pirtlou of your patrouau la Flrt-(1as rrsiiuiiy foiicne--i IS . FIRE INSURANCE r y s Publio Sale. FHBNIX Insurance Company, OF BROOKLYN, hi a I THKAT-A1KN- T h M I m-s- i il Wednesday, Sept. f- - WECURE GLEET ul lr -. i.n. Caledonian Co., -- : insurance IMM 530 of Scotland. -- iod KOUNDICD. 1HOO. . ',1 1! l. I 11 "BIG ST. 4: R. B. M AHON Y, Agt., 0 STANKOItl), KY. U 1 TOLEDOAND DETROIT H.D.PHILLIPS. Gun and Look Smitn STANKOIll), KY. All kinds of repalrlrg .lore at reas.iuahle rates UphoUterlnir a 8ieclaly, feaiuiactlon guaranced. UTiU Mason Hotel : Newly furnished; clean beds; splendhd -- -'- hijpa-rato- ly Craig Bros.1 Pure Bred Poultry. ss FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. W , M ties that If that Is tho way thoy intend to whip me back into tho republican jnrty this fall, that they will bo sadly mistaken and that thoy can go ahead If they want to and mako their utlldavit, but they must be certain to stick to the truth or the courts will bo open to A. A. Bastjn. mo hereafter. Local papers please copy. A. A. B. i Lancaster table. meet Kentucky. 8) Ouo-tlilr- 1 Everything trains. first-clas- s. Prters years, eipial Instullmuiits, buarlug Interest payable annually. Will bo glad to hhow said tracts to any ono desiring a homo. W. T. II. WHITE. d Crab Orchard, Ky. and 2 Hanging Fork Farm For Rent. Wanted-- An Small farm of SIXTY ACHK3. Half In protect your mean they may lirlntf you wealth. Good Wr'te JOH.V WEUllEltUUUN & CO., whuat, rost In com.WHITK, Improvements. Tinrn. waminitinn. 1). C, for tbdlr i.fU) nrlxo offer CoaiiiN. kv. , T. M. Address, Mt Ut if tw""lre4 luvcntlona rrautoU. Idea SSS &(K,., , lluylu Co. Hluo-GraI'oultry Yiird. wonl to the farmers. If you make money In this day and time vou mint ktep up with the times and keep thoroughbred. 'I hey mature earlier with Wagnerl'slecplug Caia. a protlt ofmoru than 10 H?rcent. Thearraiuiemcnl ol our yards Is Mich that there ian be no mix In hreeda. Wo guarantee all eggs fertile when ahip.ed. Ilutlit I'arlor Cira, Warner Shs;jilii( Cars, I'rlva II, II. i I'll (lames Imp. letting ol 13 L'ggi, ' " Compartuieut Cars, Hlcvuiit Co.ichej and lllu Surlier Celehnited I'll i smo " " White Crested lllack I'ollah " " t.W in Can. t'M " ' Ihsl Caji, lmiortcd " ti W " " " lllack Miiiona, J.oo read via "WO l'OUIt " lie aure your tickets ' " ' Slhcr Ijiceil Wyandotte, i.'.oo waiiicknj. lynch i: O. McCOltMIOK, ' llarred I'lj mouth llock, " j.jo tlen, IUa. A Tfci. Ai I'4seiiger TrallirJMgr., All hreeda score almte 00 pilntv CIIAK1 HUOS., 1'roa., Juuctloii City, Ky. CINCINNATI OHIO. A NI2W YORK. i A. B9 mLM iw.l AM V U. iaai'aj n n.'i r'r . 4 - 4 4 .