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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897091701 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. VICINITY - INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KV.. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. L8tt NO. . NEWS. . LANCASTER .1. M Moi-t RELIGIOUS. Dr. t ini MT. VERNON wllle o,(KMJ lOllcltOI M in- - H am-.rested in Rlohmond for attempt lag la jump hi- - hotel bill. bamhajri. ebalnaaa of Qeargn w. las naaMlcaa naiawttlrr la Whitley, i. dead. iu- aaa aantrad tor past ut itt vTlUiaassbarg. Tan iaasd Hotel si Ltatattea suffer. V. - in wiiV H.i-h. - Itothwell ItOO I ha- - returned frooi iek ..- -I J. HO ni ami lie -- plum.- -' Tin- graded school here opened Monday with ja". pupil, attending' and many nioM- - to follow. in. ington t.'.'.oi.. ill M. Lagan, of Lexington, Home at .lHwa, Hi ge of the Bible at Lex- le gageii Rlea Beagc from reporu - tini Cart l 7 Simp-nir- .al.-(i- lollowlag 'I'ue.day: :m: - dollar- ,i a mm link", IVof. ti Bogi la; aattto Bfs; milk cows corn $.i2 la the lield: ry.i.l c.uiof atfaral taaaaaad snaBj ,,( M '- mere haw the (liri.tian i '. H. Huiican. of L nl low. le en in meeting in latin county. I (al noverSM add It lone to . inin-- Taaaiaf aai bad ta asuh auartar r'amily Hoi. M. i. Mrs. -- n"" rtoJtnta lior-e- t.i Mr. H. It. s M. Hubert, In and- of Indiana, Tholli-oli- Nonii Mui.ii.'town aaaaai alia. lr. Pope's scboal at Arkndalphln baariari aaaaW Wadaaadai oHh Kaauwklaa. and IMpaplla. Parla Taa HastaavUto ud Oraaa River Tolsphoae Cantpaay. of Albany, with ITM oapital, IM artlelw al iaearao-ratleB" 1Ui tha eoretary ol Mala - the -. rotative r h I oaibaat k. pr.ator chief Laaraaeabarg'1 Aadltor'i Agent M V.Roarh has filed sull tor tMOO aguiui (.ram ill.- Veil. Sr tin. tec of M Surah and Annie Ceell lo Bojl count court tor l.i.k lav - M the State and I .1 chool at with M pu a -- ao .ni tor .d arabaMj fa" -- lr J, 1. part Smith, of I'.: Hi- I " ' ' ' to !,v ,M'"- -' truck bj i freight ti.n'i while ere abridge. Ha won aaawerins? o aall i William Bun wbe wa- - - ' to wly bun kj b lata b) a fn dm.. i bii 'f . Mr- - I. Bfl V.'l,. T-- ..ici I..-I- - forii. t!,.- wife of Will l tort aaa with tan m. riy of Lnnonsier. L N railroad al Kao Orleans. TI,. w. sdnj al t.N.k pi Mr- When itt, with her l.- uBOaa iMitid. nved h.re far sevaral roars ami ved InHULL the man death. Ml her untimely A dispatch from Berboon il court--- . ' ' maw molting i" Wh.-rr.tt' con.iiiiption al lli" baaM "! in Iff ;' '' pa-i.n- l. ' '"' . fri.-nd- - -- -A ' ., . i t i -- ! 'i , ' refuse all raq lag ladga ' toldeo aall liquor la the tor Ileeane la i the qaaatlOB can OS until an held The election ha Inell Ml for Daaaajbar n. Taa toaal option toa i pir. . the ttth of Ikla month, and an made to open saloons will date. It N urged that M after that Union t tollega, i laaalagtoal iatltute, win be broaan up ibaaM taloaaa o-at-tm- I ! . h rmitt.-d- A hoi conu- -l will mad. MATRIMONIAL. Jaaab Wilde.-- Kill, it. and larah alapad fraai Olaadatoi T. aa , agar 1&, . and Vara married i i.ed Wampler. a'ed 17. and lilft Vina w.idi. It, vara Baartai iy Bar. Spencer Adam- - to to ) .lame. T. 0. the Hammond-1'-- . , agai ! ( -- '. at d t marri.-dure.-- bl id.'- - hoill ;av. I T.-nn.- . I '.lar We.:' I - Caat ' widower TO Su-i- e and Mi Cllatoa, old. of i; i.n.h. aga4 H '" m!'-rtoToaa. at a of n, with .., rOtbj, wi.i.ovelatopad from Lawrence- foir children, wltb 11 to N'.w Albany. I"d aad mm ri. d old Eiattk Smith. '- d i , ( - . . h. K.-v- Mabel Hun Dr, .1. S l..k an. s.. re narrtod at Barboun klto bj The brida li H. N. Pauloaaar. lata nt.-of Dr. William I li- -- . H.n-n-idc- . of I .III i .1 . of Durgio. toomaatli bal t aatrrtogi '" Ba. Thaj oould not ; bor ihejf to Daartlto tracked vara aiaia oao aal at taa atoah itruch lopad John i au.i Mi Man- I lo I A M. ha- - booo orgaal led al Boa-ub aiHilition itc ohje.-ton ha in..' lor term in arHagO. '" (,th- of the life couple got .1- aorta, abaa attaar of ined of hi bargaia, all bo baa to ta ! to .piit and try another chance in the A lottery aj Mr. Sum N. Davison, a county farmer of 7J, and lif'. -- pry Lincoln Mrs. K. t iiak.r. agad "'". trara BBMrriad jiatar M. Lain. day at the home of Mr raoala at Mc- Shelby i'y Taag alll Kinney. Klder Kciidrick pronounced the ceremony. Advocate. gaaaval aai author of iaa WUaaa aa iff bill, wan installed into the ortteo aa president of Washington and Lee Wednesday. For the aaaaai time this month and the fifth time this summer the mercury raaobad 100 at jaatoiHh Wataaaiaj and it was nearly aa hot all over Kentucky. It hat. jut been discovered that M. M. Manpinand Miss Li..ie Kd wards, of Ford, were niarried over a year a,'o at JalUaa. Austria proposes ;o demand satisfaction ami iinlemniiy lor the families of the i'oh- - Md Baagarlaao killed at Ha elton. At the Kenton, Ohio fair. William Sharp and Mls Sarah Sn ith weie married In the graad land for a HI ri.e. ini-verait- William L. Wilson, y -- - il HaU. sliirl-- . The value of the e cctie, ;,'i, he land on which ther are erected In tins and Minnie We.t hav.- gaaa to la Bted tin- rcidem f Ml. BrUtol, T. mi., to attend tcboal, and country up lo Jul) I. tt t I. A STRONG PULL Ki.llM AN CO.. M;-- Maggie Toinlinson ha- - fooe to Bl - u.iH.oi.iHi. ii il,,. mm 1 1 9,000, and everv one is invited m mi. na Main i.. - - Daavtlle, 00 belong to the Catbo c church il.- for t he same ptli pwe. Mn.Ctoa Brawn - ntte ill with .'. The revival al the Daptial church. I pvaimUa ..... .u....ri, tiii..,. ;. II since arrange atenu are Made i .tin. - i ...tp i,y the very isviiie. although eiiiKu Mr. Ep Hans.i goai to Rich to noinina'e a ciinilidat.' for Slate Senator mid it teOarrnrd'i ilmetoaaaM warm weather, continue In interest. mond to take the civil eervl nuni- hat Ikj mi l'o addition ti..- man. we 1iom- thai Oaorge T. Par Th. Mr- -. Kd Wood- nation for a - w .il i.e i.am.Mi. a. he i. it regular other profession at Uanviiic. ill, ir. Mc-- all It aaa fall Ooane of Ptndi In all departrjeat. It aa treteed aad experienced teachHregor to doing the areaehing. deiiKM-raj. V. luk.-,- was surpris.-- sundav er, It of the ohl school, well uc- ti,, thorough training of rtrl In all grade. It ninifui .. for the eelfan and not.- from Elder J. .. Livingston, innty. Let all the Morning u,Kn entering his store to find establishedsianfi.nl ami rlelnlty. convenience of Stanford and Unco! ipia in te.i all over the .list riot and wo ild people of Instead of dUslpatlng their Innaence by patronjataf othwho with Klder .1. L aii.-iw laaer. i. holding that the sbelvee on the right-hanhe side er choolR, rallj around the LVdletre and eire it their Halted and hearts itunpon V Ion Sept. nth. l.u fn,. In formation cnll on Mr- sniii. at the college or A torgu crowd attended the sal. of a revival al Moreland, eaye: Our neet had fallen forward, doing damae to rue .; Inirui VM IIH.Ti'N on with BBBbated Infc the per. (dial property of Win. ILay.de- - lag quee eewara and other goede to taa 'e organised with Z3 memben and amount of several hundred dollai-vTadaoedajr. Mr. w. il Lach i a killing oecnrred near Wlldle tow report the following: Wheat MOc have ii.oi .- - accession, to oate. The Otoegow Neen aayi thai wort gajra ago orar bbbm hog-- . A hf. Huff II 08; yoke of work cattle 14. MethodUl that Mr. Haga, who wan driving hit ,l" ""' she.p j.(.ii to j .uc eattl. .' la MB h enure,, , ,u.,,, ,,f h(1 fnni,,. ()f lie. am. win oe.ieu:- - ,,,,,. brood maree $19 to IMS; old oora I'J .. Oct. th by Itev il c Morrieoc. rxamlalng trial look place tool Batur. to n.!i7: n. w oora II J" to 91 W la the Meetmge win i.. conducted then bj day and n large crowd wan la towa. teap hei h indred: cloi er Y. Mr. Morrison and ot hei Metho- Inc. When Judge Morrow come next ; We in- prepared t.. itore win m at a l. pi than j can i. .re li roar Mr-- , w. week he will be surprised at the f a Wherritt, tor rlj al diet. Call ami and Those w ho have heard Rev. M. It. Woodford rouatjr, died la Venal I lee ii.e of tin- MJag trade." Well the Irvine, of Taylorvllle, III preach al Mon.la.N Dlghl o! ill the band ha- - supplanted the jug and now (!) il il) rear of her age. She wa an on n Wain uid.-r- I'ia! ay b II one of the tine-- t the whlaky is Inpnrtad In barrel-- , we o iral fntb they Bxpa 'I rated metbef of the learn, while open taloona grace the have ever lUtened lo. The meeting hM.riiin church. She wii- - n.ai (!) ) thoroughfare. lo Mr. w i Wherritt, a popolar young will continue over Sunday and longerHon. .1. Bajead Smith, of ltichmond. riiele have be. II l( adliiman o? (hie cltjr, some raareaga Far .candidate for CongreOB, WBa in lOWB ij B . tioni ret. i. li oil in Ne Ihl iriean-a" I'i iday making friends. He made quite r d. I', r'owler, of Bowling h.re In- had a lucrative pueltloa In a Dumber by hi.-- racy spec-lieat the I in . the railroad ervioe, toil returned to (ireen, la preaching tome powerful .i- contest that evening, .1. Craaaaad nt the ' ' eBea church and all Mia Sallto Bantoa took a t Bawe t Oaaat a aaaff aneBf " Keni ickj on an ni of her failing tip t(( .lelli-i-i- i health. She waa Mi Bailey, ni the who attend are loud in praise of the last Batorday aad rotaraad aaiiiliiil e, but i and impr.--ivabove named county. They are now at home here. maun, r in w hich he pr. ache- - the Word. n Wedoeedaj forenooa al o'clock. The 6th Silver Medal Contest occurand the night' red Mrt Mattie Sweeney died oi aooage-lir- e The da) service is here Friday evening. The j.ulg. v aiten 1'.. Smith. chill in tin- I'.th year af bar age, M.ssr.-- . .J. Speed i ii us to an- - Mrs. M. isrcs-Tons- r. itev. .seal writes , i..i.n baao ni far some ubm. The iiounce that Rev. .1. M. Smith, of Richmond, ami Darn faaaral Mrrtoaa aiU of London, awarded the medal to ooadaotad at from Japan will preach al taa Method Mi-- the hri.tiati church tonlay. ThursAnnie Thomson, the charming church Sunday morning and give a p. M. by Kid. r George day ai J lecture on Japan at night. A!-- o to tatc daughter of Mr. F. L. Thompson. W. Oowan and the remains will ha trcon tesant were Misses (iracie - a yoUOg man striving for an eduin ied In LaaeaateiMcCall, Kannie McClure, Lula Gantry, cation in order to go hack as a missionwa- - foraierly Mi Mattie smith, of ary to In- - nativ. land, and that the Garlia Davia aad Lytic Adams. All Tin- si".. fntuiiiv. Octoher 5th. Tin J.Viiiin Transylvania, ThBidBi. Oil T r iiKire Big stake- - laii On Adair eo inty. havlag married Mr. C. people All the rrach Horse. Half .in all Railroad Id bring along a little received praise and (lowers. l.iU tali and l,i. KantOU Hand. W. Sweeties, a lie reliant, of th;. city. A. H.Scott and family, late of ( i ' help him out. 'change with then and who died eerea yearn age iie toaree Rev. Gilliam, of tha Bethel action, lank Ala., will occupy the room, in a daogbtar, Mine Oilrto, aad a son. ,i. and a hristian divine, - holding one v. Kreagere aaw brick. They arado .lollN-TtiI' II. W who - in the dry geedo l imi WILSON. log a rushing husiness at the lime kiln. ... .1,.. ..,... i in. d('. sin.es. i. ii' iii'. ever m. an ardent memlHr of the u wne are .pilte ill. in"'"KHe is held In thU part of I'hri-lia- n church and an earn.-- t work-e- r holding a nieeeiing at the Bnptlll former dangeroualy s((. Dr. r .1. In the aid socjet lee, which hare doae of Stanford, was call eo up this Cbrivtlnn church recently erected at so imi. i. to relieve anfferiag humanity. Poplar .rove on Itrush 'reek. At this week. Miss Sallie Adams and ether and her chief aim in life w a- - the eilti- - writing thesunneral Mareuburs aad l"i have seen the error of their attended lit.. During Ihi Teiutem CenlrnuujU aad dttei iitional Exposition at AeA i. ratloa aad devetoeeaeal of the nobler way. There were lo baptised Sunday. . '. ....... ..v (i.,w. 'I'I... 1...1; . .); ....) ..i.i.. . ,ty 1(,( km tille, TVan , a low rate tptcial '"' ttinhltiktd for tht u!i ami attrihute- - l(r Mankind. Tht - probably tin- first time they a nice sum for church work. U ticket from Cincinnati nm-- l oth'r tei ion ,,,' i ,, ,y Crsm Her bright face and cheerful won We have nothing but words of prai-.-fhave ever had a ihance to hear the e..-- tt$mku will not oel missed in the le the people of lliodhead. WBO took pel. this being one of the Ticket art n at ttaily unlii further not let lo Chattanooga at l.o" ,n, hold, hut in the church and by the ensuch a lively interest in the medal con-t- i of the county. ,. ('(' or M.S0 imi'i'l trip from function CH 7 rowad trip 'i(-.ure community. Her deeds will !m BJ which wa held there. The band Tha holiness people seelll to lie ill ,;,,., teren day to return; otJier I return limit, t 17 ;n after her and In r children can enjoy the majority at the Mt. Sterling c. music, while a large furnished it.an ' "' fW M for tin renad frfk. tin bright hope Of 0 happ) nee showed the interest that is in ferenon. Beva i' s. I'.diitt and John Mt tht puhtit to eiit Xnheillt t.,i,:t-Southern point eternity, if ihej f.dhm the pathe lecvoi Wei-.- put up for ecretnry, the taken in the literary etTorts of the ' at mtea neeer before Offered. Itr ;.- f the Jlnett elatt an ut th, hloh he led them II) Ihi- - rprner young ladies. The contestants were reprcaentlng the eecond b dipoal of tin i' a j' r, ixjfordin j ,i .' , (((.' trip, and enabling mi' llfe. ing. tin- latter rejuctinfl the holiness Mleaee Ltllle Haggard, Bottle Wllnaot, to riit th groHwl in i int fretting tcentry aad Del pha Colly er, Lula Bag gat d, S W, 11:. mi Met rat IK), waa ,r',.,. it i ' ...' I,, ,.; (. Lookout Mountain an I Chickiitaaujii hot teaching, ami Mr. Potlttl wa elected Yad.-Sational I., lia Hike. The Judge, and When the and killed bj i re 50, al Koch by a decUlve majority. tanf Park. Ticket to Nanhrilli to riU uurthai d Mr, s.i, ith. Meaar. E E. Protheroe name of l.ev. John Kceves was called, .. Br L.ltehtield. XI hi round t at Chattawjoija fta i',i lk gonr tick ,od G- Preston, decided In favor of nlnat him of harge were p - ,i geatA or writ lo .u loaded wll h l"i but- tin t ,i- f. lini-Mi-- Wilinot. to whom t he hand- and the top oi McCrnd) - hi ad waa maladministration, on two leparati 7.1 UBS ."' 1'. AgL ome medal was then presented In a coiii.'( !. , tern away. Tin tragedj pecinVatlona. One charge era preU'. f. RfXEARtOX, G ., Oi . .1 Roland and tbeaecond graceful speech bj Mr. R. ,8. Marl occurred al the home t Carter, and ferred by Rev, Arnold, growing out ..f the iboOtlOK WBa bj The Mayavllle Public Ledger ha Morn-of- i ease, which wa continued to t Ik- following: Mcf'rady'e attention to - daughter . a later- daj ol tinDr. V. I'.. Adam-- , chiel ('ol. Booae's plan of operating the Th.- Northern Method;. t Confer the Burlington route, on b paaa Hlack Diamond System must commend, ourned to meel nexl itself train between S: Loui. and Bender al 'ri. to every thoughtful peraoo. Prac- S ton, wai andbagged and robbed la tbt y.ai- at Mayavllle. The Rev, Jaaper tically, he form a pai tner-lii- p with, sa ol t lark county, wa acquitted t moking car and II waanol diacovorod ic pj oplc along his line.--: In- given all Of diction oil the affidavit of ll e the advantages to iocal patron-- , both UBtil In reached Henderson. II. L. Creech wa passenger without regaining rrtnirlnueneee. aad woman herself. Rev. anc freight, and pay.- - but m rand to Middleburg; V, T. Willi- - little attention to through' business. KS : Everything la tuck u .uppi i n vaau, there la no cine to the Identity of the lo Nicholaaville: H. D. Burnett to Pa This avoids the neoeeeity of entering murderer II . ' K Ball :. aomeraet. In taa Into a 'pool lag' arrangement Tin- funeral- - ol J. of the Murdered laakl; B. i and di is- S. M l.u will ion of ILi.-lton.:. the Low. ,. in in. - were held at And si.il c.i-wlieu Middlesltoro I'i earning with other lines. If be presiding eider, Barbourville, 5,000 striken followed their about any one think- - this plan cannot be sucto their graven. They were all Grlder; Barbourville circuit. M. M. cessful, reference is made to the New 1 buried ill the BBBM plol ai.o il II aid to Rountree: Gray, R T. Moore; Lea York Central Railway, where a simiy Ion. li. M. Bughgart; London circuit, be the parpOBB to a moiiument lo DRUGGIffT, STANFoltn. KV. lar system ha- - bean in oporatloa for U" M id.il.slH.ro. (.. K. Han.1. M. 'j& of labor' cause. the mart several yaara. The raenlt there has li ysst Maw roe Bafley, of Chtllioothe, ., at- - cock: PinevUto, W. 11. train: Hock been that there is an almost continufcfeClfiS j. anf( omgr j William-bur- g, i Th.niia Stinnett: teui(ted to kill his dung lalong the line of that railway ous city John Thomas: Woodbine, T. J. from New York City to Htiffulo. a di iter when he found out she had been Unseerei.ly meeting a young man he did Perkiaa; J, P. Faulkner, tance of 4iii mile- -. A few years must ion College, Barbourville; W. II. Chil- - (ieveloo a similar condition alone the not like. This angered the o,mg lady eangeusi. ... i luies- - i;.w "i i in in..,, ii- ri,.. ,,,., i from the is. conii"-eiiewho laid for her father and gave him a iini ,.,i,.. i'iui I'muit'iiu IS. Hancock, professor h irt: Ueorge at lakis to the sea. " fearful healing. Col. Hoone and several other gentleA wholesale iiiching occurred at Union College, Bmaoai vllVi. Veroalllee, Ind., Wednesday morning. men will lay their plan before our eo MEITINO. pie on An infuriated mob attucked the jail. CALL FOR DI8TIUCT taattth. avaraawBrad taa jailer and lyached Purauaal m the order of the DemoTheOwcnton Herald, which doe u live men who vara aambara of a gang cratic Baaoutlve Committee for tie the honor to reproduce some of editoof robbers guilty of committing many Senatorial District for Kentucky, rials, heads the last one in this comdepredations. t in.aid convention will meet in Stan- plimentary manner: V. I'. Walton, of The court of appeals, ot New York, ford. Sept. 'tilth, ut 10 O'clock a. M., for the Stanford Intkuiok .Ioirnal, is recently held that it wus no ground tlu- parpass of naming the manner and has such a loyal democrat and writes for a new trial because the jury in a time of selecting a democrat le candiTHE earnestly and conservatively that we murder ease attended church on Sun- date lor this Senatorial District and if owe no apology to our reader for quotBOSS day in eaaaaiji af the sheriff aad heard there - not more than one candidal.-fo- ing Thoroughbred Buroc Jsrss; liberally from him. a ...inioii OB the prevalence of crime. the nomination on said day. the Tha silly story which was ent alloat said committee by virtue of the nasrer Seven recent incendiary tire in InHf Mwenvw sdsets in,- but Ua i kavesel III of lUU Ivlll'.n- - l,(.., .,1 that a large body of Cherokee Indians conferred on thorn, will declare took dianapolis ha e been traced to three fttlln A ..ii.hj lot ol - ..1 dlBi rant ai;,- l. ji. Ilrrj from the West were t.i visit the grave person t In candidate of tin- njjrtg for small Boy, little more than babies, i!i. Curio. lowia...iulu itJ. AJJll--i.'ii i(iimiuuU.-Uwhose desire lo see the engines turn poiiUYn, of a dceca-.chief, rear Iliis-e- ll ville. said otlice. .1. t'.i:s. in. Clun'ii, out had cost proertv owiit-rabout R. H. BRONAUQH, was the rinlo-- t kind ef a fake. 150,000. lsth Senatorial K.. Coat, Mi rinjj- ... J illaOaiaa! Annie Lajrd Her are re uc Crab Orchard Baptlei ehnrch the 4th inlay in this month at 7 1'. i: M.. hi., wife. -. relative. alaaai 11 o'clock Sunday. I ami Rev. Joeeph Aadereuo e i.i preneh at Bra. i. . Ferrer will preach here next Sunday. Circuit court ooavenee here next Monday. A large crowd There is a great deal of tiekneM lo this eoaatj at preeent. Diphtheria and typhoid fever are prevailing. The residence occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Sam raanlaglea aaa deetroyed by Ira laet Wedaeaday. Nooaehelag al home and ail wan lost. Daa'tfargef th.- Mit.- ."arty Friday ,. veil ag II I li c interest of theChri-.tian Sunday ashaai it win in- heldai ep.-eted. - JILJ U ITH Large Manufactureis T -- I.. ..t ;i- -i - i i - My ha-a- f i f i. ii.- llNlk lit il.. u.-- t i, ni. rtal ti.. iiinke f..r Hie Monej .in. i ...- lit imi have the pull ita a- - ami therefore eat t .'f FALL LINE!! Men I. mvliieed. hlldren'i Clothtan and I im- -t Bboen. Meatest Neckwear, N..M.,c.t Hats. Ptvllsh Sldrl.. . --- Manhal n Ho-ali- Ne-bi- -- I ..- -. i -- i I - , iv . - i ; i i . ii.-e- ii tl Where to Send My Girl to School ? Send Hit to Stanford College. il . . '"'-id- es : t d v. i d . ''. i -- . i...-ti- . -, i I'lii-ii.t.- s; -- .': . "- ,,, ,,. , I . m ' ul-- . l). i I WHEAT. 1- 1- -- w i -- - I Will Either Buy or Store - v ( s -- ln.-tia- ii t. i J. ' H. BAUGHMAN & CO. Oaae M "i r- BBel ( w.-l- -- . - Mat-.imo- .lack-son- to -t . o'.-l(.o- -- Tin-othe- i Stakes $75,000 Purses. October 5th to 16th, 1897. Tii-.la. . N. . Kentucky's Great Trots .'z: x:z: World's Greatest Meeting Queen & - Cem.-tery- . -- I , . pi i ' ; iii.-c- - r.r.-vvn- . cReerrr. - . I . l tm-i- - -- or ne.-k- s Ik-.-- n- - n 1 -- ' -- i - ( i i ( -- i , ('-,.- , i' . . - u-- a- - , H.-tti- -- . l!-- , I i- -- -- . ! i a School Books. r- . di-tri- ct .1 . i 3 SCHOCL TABI i I I J ls li I -- i -- W. B. MoROBERTS. I : i m e. prc-ide- nt METAL ROOFING. I FLOORING, A.C.SINEJ CEILING I STANFORD, KT. FINISH. 3 SIDING, tAS j Farm and Yard Fencelli i nj- TI - i . S..IU-.1..- I d 1". V( Urchinl, Ky. JfcililiJi THE INTERIOR JOURNAL v : 15 f h )f wards. Miss., and at other jxilnts havo sent terror to the hearts of the people, Stanford. Ky., -- Sept. 17. 1S97 who are Hoeing In great numbers. Many cities have quarantined against the Southern country and Atlanta Is W. P. WALTON. threatened with quarantine because It offered a refuge to fugitives. The government has begun fumigating the mall DEMOCRATIC TICKET. from Infected towns. All Alabama J. SHACKELFORD towns have quarantined against Mobile. ForAplatt tfk, 5SK Cireuft Judge, M.C.SAUFLEY. From Nashvlllo South, no passengers " Com'tth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEl, Jr. from the Gulf towns are permitted to " Representative, - JA '. SOUTH. New Arrivals Daily of Full Goods. Host Values for the Least Monty News Briefly stop, or express matter to be delivered. " County Judge, - ..IS. i BAILEY. Cincinnati Southern trains are watchII. P. Waits Count,, Clerk. - GEO. 11. COOPER. ed and suspected people kept out of Harrodsburg Sayings. postmaster at Midway. HELM. County Attorney, HARVEY S. M. Owons and others, formerly Cincinnati. Tho Intensely hot weathof colored Tho National Congress " Circuit Clerk, J. F. HOLDAM. belonging to tho wheat combine, havo er aggravates the situation, which la women is in sesion at Nashville. - SAUL. M. OWENS Sheriff, of Danville, dally becoming more alarming. Fitzsimmons' coachman has sued him sold to George Cogar, GEO. W DEBORD. JmVor, Bariums in tlit-s- Stap e Goods thnt are Money Savors. They will interest every about 5,000 bushels Of wheal at 00c. beating him II')Uekutpur. New One of James' colored U. S. mar for$2,000 for assaulting and " Assessor,- - - C. G. RAKER. A mare belonging to Uncle Ligo LAXDGRAF. Il'-shals, Itcv. P. II. Kennedy, has resign- up. " Coroner, Kimbro, says the Clinton Democrat, Six pcoplo wero killed and many othSupt. School, GARLAND ZISGLETOS ed already, giving as a reason that tho by a tornado at Fort one night hist week gave birth to two wore Injured For Magistrate, - - J. if- RAISES. pay was not sutllcicnt. Tho real reason ers colts, ono a horse and tho other a mule is doubtless tho fear that some moon- Arthur, Tex. colt. Jay Adkins, aged 14, fatally stabbed O. I'. Huffman bought of J. II. might i bribery cases shiner or other The trials of the Andrew Adams, In Law- Baughman a lot of hogs uittc;of Henal were set for yes- make a target of him and send him to his uncle, against Hunter et rence county. ry Walter some butcher stuff at 2Jc; of terday at FranKfort. That old gum kingdom como before he wishes to go. Every city and town within a radius U. S. Traylor somo butcher stuff at and A mountain moonshiner wouldn't want shoe would have done anything of 1,000 miles has quarantined against same trice. promised anything to have secured the anything better than a chance to shoot Now Orleans. Willis G. Ronton has rented tho Senatorial prize admits of not a doubt, a "d n nigger marshal's" head off. Twontv-nn- o Ijicc Curtiiine, Blankets, Comforts. Now members of Atlantic George L. Carpenter farm of 192 acres, no means to secure for he scruples at What is this ? Do our eyes de City's famous life guard are going to near McKinney, for next year for $150 an end, but it is hardly probable that ceive us or Is It really truo that a cut Cuba to tight the Spanish. ... t ,.0.1 V.n iimillll'Pfl tO ..i.i and Mrs. Alice Cloyd's farm of ltll v.m v. reviuum-of 17 per cent, has been made In the After an autopsy, tho death at Bosconvict him of the charge that he is wages of the employes of the Ohio ton of Capt B. J. Tracy, of Lexington, acres for $500. Jonas Welhl tells us that 500 fat cat called to meet. The Scotch verdict, Falls Car Works at Jeffersonvllle ? was pronounced accidental. tle were shipped out of Bourbon last Dress Making Sundries. Host Quality of Cambric, Linen Duck, Fancy lllntk back proven," will likely re"guiltv but not What's tho matter with the general ? Otllcial Investigation shows that Lln'uiL'. Skirt Hrnid. Waist Itehliii:. Dress Slav. Senm Hlndim?. I limit sult and the old gum shoe will march What general ? General Prosperity, America has double tho European week; that there are still 0,000 in the Sills!. Kttstln and Eyes, Dress Trimming. Full Lino of county and only 2,000 of them sold. on to Washington with stealthy tread of course. mileage of telegraph wires. nit, prices are m to it. t'ans Konand beg for the olllce that has been The long over due steamer Excelsior The Louisville Dispatch does us tho ranched San Francisco from Alaska tueklan. withheld from him because he was unTom Shelton sold to Yates Hudson der the ban of indictment. We met honor to copy, with additional compli- with $2,500,000 in gold on board. 15 acrus of corn, to be taken in NovemGoebel at Lexington en ment, the article in the Harrodsburg Senator Wm. Fire at Clinton, Ky., destroyed tho ber, for $1.50 at the heap. This Is ono New Clothing. New lints, New 1'nderwoar for both Women and Men Iu fait all of route to Frankfort to be a witness for Sayings, which we referred to last Is- Christian church, tho the of our departments are being tilled with the best pieces of corn In tho counHunter and he seemed to think It quite sue, as being so eulogistic of our hum- Emerson Hotel and several stores. try, as it will probably make l.'l barrels a joke that the Cumberland county ble self. Tho fiscal court rejected all bids for to the acre. Advocate. had him sumstatesman should have e at J. II. Baughman & Co. bought of tho rebuilding of the POLITICS moned. Lexington becauso thoy wero too high. Myers Bros., William Burton, Jack We invite you to coire We arts prcparul than ever niw to lit yon lor lesi Judge Cox, of the supreme court of Postmaster General Gary will have a Paul DoPierre, formerly vice consul Beazley, R. II. Cooper and others Tuesbefore. Ilriugus your the District of Columbia, being a re- bill introduced in Congress providing of the French Republic at Now Or- day about 51,000 bushels of wheat at 90c. publican and a partisan, decides in ef- - for )ostal sayings banks. leans, committed suicide In New York. These gentlemen wore formerly In the o..t thnt the civil service law is u de The Dispatch says that John Rhea An examination of candidates for wheat combine but withdrew In order We will pay you the highest market price for tliem. Call now If vou want bargain. limlnn nnda snare, a humbug and a literally Hayed candidate Hindman county superintendents Is to bo order- to sell. It looks now as If Reuben Gentry will rniul. The decision was In the cae alive at Bowling Green. ed owing to a lack of eligible candibe the champion hog owner of the Senator Lindsay has a number of ap- dates. of John G. Woods, who was removed United States. This week and last as superintendent of mails at Louis- pointments to sneak for Hindman, but Thomas Best, a lumberman of Ford, his hurd of Berk&hires took every blue and who sought to restrain the luckily gives us the ville, Clark county, walked out of a hotel ribbon offered at Oskaloosa and Dc s A tent with a seating capacity of postmaster general from making the A. UHHANvSKV A CO, Pitorimrroiw, window at Winchester in his sleep and Moines, Iowa, both In the herd, sweep-sUik- e has been purchased for the big silremoval. He says that the rules adoptwas killed. T. I). K.VXKY. Manager. and individual rings. Advocate. ed by the president and the civil ser- ver camp meeting at Springileld, O. The Illinois Central Railroad Comvice commissioners are not such as the It is not thought the president will pany has decided to issue $20,000,000 of J. W. and L. A. Ballard sold to .1. D. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hanlxtown, Lawrencehurg, Cynthlnna, Versailles Eminence, Georgetown, Eliznbethtown, Frankfort, and Mnuckport, Ind. and are therefore ultra give much time to patronage during Goodloo 50 1,100 pound feeders at, 4c law authorizes gold bonds on tho Louisville division and to Gibson Brothers .'to yearling at veres and void and that the plaintiff is his two or three days at Washington and terminals. :to. Richard Clark bought of B. B. entitled to no relief. The case will go this week. f Five hundred volunteers have been to the supreme court, but the prospect E. D. Scott, late of Stanford, has an- enrolled at Natchez to guard the town, Million eight heifers tit 3Jc. Dunn & is that Cox will be sustained. , The de- nounced his candidacy for the republi- and enforce tho quarantine against Curtis sold to Ohio parties a car of heifers at 3.10 and to Dr. J. W. Hock-ada- y cision has been watched with anxious can nomination for representative from yellow fever. 50 yearlings at Iljc. Register. by the republicans, who are ela- Lexington. hearts A largo number of prospectors are on At tho sale of O. P. Alford's estate orted over it. The physicians of Louisville have their way back from the Klondike. ganized a Weaver club with 200 mem. They are tleeing from the shadow of 21 acres of land known as tho AlexanIt is quite amusing to those who are der tract adjoining Clifton Heights, acquainted with the capacity and the bers. Dr. Clint Kelly (Big Medicine) the famine to come. Famsworth, was purchased by Mr. Frazee for twang style is president. The dead body of Joo Methodist exhorter, nasal Ninety-liv- e acres on tho Tates Fusion party leaders at Lexington who killed his rival and tried to kill of oratory of the Hon. Jim Hindman to Creek pike, known as tho Berry true, 25 his sweetheart, was found hanging to a were bought by tho Fidelity Trust and read how he gets away with democratic will apply to courts to oust at least of the free silver persuasion. election otliccrs appointed by County tree in Leo county. Va. orators Komnn I'lnids and Stripe, all the go, I've got them. Thoy are beauties. Look Company, of Louisville, Former convict Noah Bancy now Safety Vault One would imagine by perusing the Judge Bullock. nt them. $174. Courier-Journthat James lives off of Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn, Congress- says ho was offered money to confess at A fairlyLexington Herald good crowd attended tho occasionally bolting a big man Rhea and others will speak at a that ho killed tho wife of Rev. W. E. sale of the effects of the late H. S. fat one whole for luncheon. The fact big democratic barbacue in Bullitt Hinshaw at Belleville, Ind. Tuesday and good prices ruled A teacher named Edlck, of Butler Withers of the business is Brer Hindman is county September 28. Chairman Johnston removed county, Kansas, has just been acquitted throughout. Tho farm of 170 acres, State neither an orator nor a statesman, and Ed Calahan from the posi by the school board for hugging and went to F. Reid at $05.05. Mitchell the efforts of our esteemed contemporTaylor, of Casey, was tho contending ary to make him appear one, are as fu- tion of chairman of the Breathitt coun- kissing his female scholars. Feeding cattle, averaging Only IS years old and tho mother of bidder. tile as they are ridiculous. Come off, ty democratic committee. yearpounds, sold at 4c, The Hon. Champ Clark Impulsively four pairs of twins. This is the record James, you are gnawing a tile. ling cattle $20; Jersey cows 20 to $10; colsays that "If God Almighty hadn't made to date by Pearl Bradford, a ewes $2.75; stock hogs life; yearling The red stamp has to go. The post- caused a crop failure abroad there ored woman of East St. Louis. mule $41; mule colt $10; horses, Includ- Latent iintl mot :iiir ivvd Style an I) ,lgin. Kv ry Imtrjtn nt fiuir iti'.ct'il. A ComA son of Luctgert. the alleged master general finds that he can save wouldn't be enoifgh republicans In the ing brood maros, $15 to $75. Thlity plete Lin o' next House to count." of Chicago, Is planning to tour stacks of hay sold at Mo er hundred. $10,000 a year by printing tho two-ceGov. Bradley has ordered Inspector the country with the grewsorae relics Mr. Reid, the executor, wold a shortstamps green and it has been decided horn bull for $10 and somo Poland Chito change the color. Carmine Is tho Lester to make a thorough examination of his mother's alleged murder. na boars nt $10. 810.000 of the books and accounts at tho Frankmost costly of Inks and while 'The dead body of Nathan Trine and great government fort penitentiary, with tho assistance wlfo were found near Campbellsvlllo. isn't much for this every little helps, when it is remem- of an expert accountant. It Is supposed that Trine killed his FACTS IN A FEW LINES. Surgical Supplies a SiMxMalty. W guarantee Prices un Quality, Chairman Johnston, of the democrat- killed his wlfo and then committed suibered that it takes 3141,200,151 a year There nru 8,!J79 American living In to pay the pensioners, many of whom ic State committee, declared at the cide. Australia. & do not deserve the government's boun- Louisville Hotel last night that the Ernest Batton, a salesman, brought Tho privato estates of tho czar cover postal cards outlook for the success of the demo- suit in the Oldham circuit court against ty. For tho next terra the miles. 1,000,000 will be printed by a Piedmont, W. Va., cratic ticket is all tli at could be desir- his mother-in-laMrs. Henrietta Tliero aro ulways 20,000 strangorB firm, which is to print 2,250,000,000. ed. Dispatch. Klostcrman, for 825,000 damages for al- sight seeing in London. Tho New York democratic State leged slander. They will weigh 12,050,000 pounds. Oat of 08,000 Fohool teachers iu Pruscommitte nominated Judge Parker for The United Suites Commissioner at go a'lynching, they go the court of appeals and expelled Hen- Dyea says the air is full of schemes for sia only 9,000 nru women. When they TbonvoniRO number of deaths iu Lon- Having considered the question from almost every standpoint, wo have decided to adopt a'lynching in Indiana. The citizens ry D. Purroy. Tho Chicago platform railroads to tho gold fields, but that undon is about 0,500 a week. of Versailles awoke Wednesday morn- was ignored, but silver men will sup- der the Alaska laws it is ditllcult to get of all tho iron mined ing to see live lifeless bodies of worth- port tho ticket. the right of way. in tho United States is shipped from together. They resignaPresident Andrews, whose less men strung up Tho miners' convention for the Pitta-bur- g Dnluth. had been taken from the jail and made tion was requested by the board of trus. district decided for an Immediate Furniture from tho United States of llcglnnlng July 1, 1SD7, hellovliiR that It will tw more, satisfactory to Iwth buyer anil seller. short work of for the numerous robber- tees of Brown University at Provi- return to work at all of the mines that nearly every description can bo bought No bud debts will accumulate, consequently wo can sell goods cheaper. It will take much ies and other crimes committed in that dence, R. I., because of his free silver will pay (55 cents and this rate has been in England. lei capital, our expenses will Ihj less and tliero Is every reason why the cash hystem will section, In many cases torturing their views, will remain with tho institution, atllrmed by tho operators. Four thouPersian history claims that tho Per- prove satisfactory. Wo only tisk you try It awlillo and If you find It Is not to your advictims almost to death. The verdict the request having been withdrawn. n work. sians ate descended from Persons and vantage, we will not kick on your buying from merchants who .sell on credit. Wo &ru sand miners are already at wo can sell you goods from 10 to --'3 por cont, cheaper than tho credit men and thl is "served them right," but it would Inspector Lester, in reporting on has resumed its nprmal aspect Andromeda. Very truly, should certainly bo uu Inducement to you. havo been much bettor for the law to claims of Lexington policemen for ar- but for the presence of tho mllltla. During 1890 thoro wero 0,520 suihave taken its course. cides in tho United States, an incroaio rests on felony charges, says It Is 'eviof 701 ovur 1805. to him that almost every street dent FARM AND TRADE, Gov. McCkeaky has accepted an in- fight and' petit larceny case In LexingIn central South America eggs, vitation from the regular democracy of ton is magnified into u felony case by John Murphy hold a lot of butcher cocoauuts mid chocolate, pass as curFayette to speak at the Opera House, tho police otllcera for rency of tho realm. purpose of stuff Tuesday at 2Jo. Lexington, Saturday night, Oct. 2. collecting a fee from the ludian elephants cannot livo in cenmany parts of Cattle aro dying in the State. The boltocrats havo fused with tho tral Africa, tho homo of a larger and Headed by U. S. MODEL, DO. 38,353. democrats of Russell county Kentucky for want of water. Tho Son of '"lever's Model, No. 29,710. the greatest breeding hog living, and IIUNDLnV'S rads over there In order to get a smell have put out the following good ticket: uioro hardy specios. James P. Bailey bought a lot of corn Honof tho World ' Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11,007. Fine, CLAUDE, No. of the pie, but from all we could learn, County Clerk, W. S. iu .Tho victims Stone; Attorney, from Hon. G. A. Lackey at $' at the numbered 300, ofinJudgo Lynch iu 1893 toppy young Ixiars ready for service. A few nhow gilts old enough to breed, and bred sows Iu every respect, with 1894 100, 1805 a specialty, for sale, This stock Is strictly thoy will lose out entirely. Gov. C. Meadows; Sheriff, A. R. Foley; crib. 171 mid iu 1690 131. pedigrees. Prices leasonablo and satisfaction guaranteed. Wrltoyour wants or como and conservative course and ef- J. Jailer, J. C. Bernard; Assessor, G. P. A West Virginia farmer near see mv hogs. Tho iron ore output of Minnesota inforts at a harmonious reunion of the Workman; School Superintendent, A few fresh Jersey Cows for sale. Thoy are good ones. Also Mammoth Pekln Duck sold his apple crop on ."it acres A. K. lll'NPLLV, llox 11)5, Danville, Ky. 1884 to Eggs, SI for IS. creased from 03,000 tons iu factions mako him a specially tine man Miss Emellne Lapsley; Representative, for $20,000. 4,000,000 tons iu 189G. to address the people and ho will do a Russell and Casey, J. P. Clayton, of Second-hanSuperior plow drill in Tho annual product of Minnesota' world of good wherever his voice is Creelsboro. good running order for sale cheap. M. manufactures in 1800 was worth heard. Chairman, J. W. Chancy, S. Baughman. in 1890, $325,000,000. National democrats of the prohibition party in Madison, James Robinson, of Boyle, bought in The Tho mines of Colorado havo reached v who nominated Hindman to preserve tells the Register that tho balk of tho the Goshen section a lot of butcher an annual yield of upward of $119,000,. T- 000 in gold, silvor, coppor and lead. tho integrity of tho party and then go prohibitionists in Madison and, in fact, stuff at 21 and 2Jc. and fuse with tho republicans for the all over tho State will vote for ShackStar Pointer, 1:591, and Joe Patchen, Tho numhor of volumes circulated by loaves and fishes, do not seem to pos- elford over their nominee, O. T. Wal- 2:01 J, will contest for a purse of $5,000 tho freo libraries of Now York city durIs) Receiving his- ing tho year is estimated at 1,500,000. sess tho jewel of consistency. Politics lace, for appellate clerk. Wallace is a at the Illinois State Fair. Tho uativo Australians are said to Is a mighty uncertain business and po- gold bug and the majority of his party Robert Barnctt has rented one of , liticians who begin to bolt go down on favors silver, ho says. Mrs. Bettlo Broaddus' farms for next differ in soveral important respects front every other raco of peoplo on tho Unless we have overlooked somo of yeai 190 acres for $G00. the'slidlng scale. Joods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. earth. 11 'IU-ac- re The yellow fever panic in tho South New is becoming more pronounced. cases nt Now Orleans, Mobile, Ed- I Wheat away off again In Chicago. llinm 1r fnl Inwlll it tmlllM'.S lll'Q tllO """"1 only boltocratlc organs in tho State September cloned yesterday at 9:i and outsldoof Louisville: Shelby Sontl-ne- December Mi. Harrodsburg Democrat, Klkton Sales of 40 1.000 pound cattle at 4o Progress, Mayllcld Monitor, Owonsbo and loO stock lioirs at .It to .tic aro re ro Inquirer, Bullitt Pioneer, Smith-lan- d ported In tho Lawrencehurg News. Standard, Owlngsvillo Outlook J. P. Harper, of tho West End, It will bo ob- loaves this week for Saulsuury, N. C, and Danville Advocate. served that thcro aro just enough of with a mixed car of stock ho bought In them to organize a base ball team. his section. Hopklnsvillo Kontueklan. It Is hardly Tho Irish potato crop in Fayette is fair to class the Advocate in tho list. It very poor and tho price per bushol lias Is supporting tho democratic ticket, advanced from 25 cents to 75 cunts county and district. within 10 days. D. N. Rue bought a00 hogs at etn Told He sold a from various parties. Hold of corn at $1.50 a barrel. has lias been appointed Is l, '' ........ THE Louisville Store. DOHBSTICS, - - law-break- er Towels, Table Linens, Canton Flannels, Flannels, &c. - DRESS GOODS ! New Shoes, New Boots, post-olllc- e, court-hous- GOOD MONEY SEVERS- FEATHERS AND EGGS. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. go-b- S,-0- 00 NECKTTKS J. McROBERTS. 0. The Newest Things Out. H. al spell-binder- s, fued-leade- r, 1,-1- 00 775-oun- d TRUSSES! 1 wife-slaye- r, nt Fountain and Household Syringes, Hot Water and Ice Bags, 1 CRAIG HOOKER. A Word To You. Three-fourtli- THE CASH SYSTEM, l-- j Haz-elto- siit-lsll- ed FARMS A HAFtDlN. Higti Locust Hem Reg. Poland cninas. llrst-class J Mc-Crear- Mar-tlnsbu- rg d 0; ty H. C. RUPLEY, " THE MERCHANT TAILOR -- FALL AND WINTER GOODS. f : k V1Mrf-,'lllJU- f MimummiitlpjtifrfrmiMjlmtvmmm mam mht h Jlwrf" f u. imtMt', ii i' iH,.nCs ,. ir,rM, ryrr? w. Trm ' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL) Stanfokp, Kv., - Skit. 17, 1897 E. C. Walton, Busi.vl.'m Maxaokk. I'lti:scitiiTioXH arc filled right and at right prlcoH at 1'enny'n Drug Storo. PERSONALS MltS. .1. biuk. Miss SCSI I. B Nl'NNlILLKV Iri quito at thu Louisville Store. MHS. JoSKl'll McALISTKU Iri visiting rulutlvuN at IMchmoml. Miss Maiiy Wai.kkii, of Ciiimml, In the guum of Mrs. J. C. Hays. H. II. DaI.to.v wont up to Kast Bern-stu- Kllis Is tmlcuhuly now dt Wudnosduy to buy Iiuh. IU:v. S. M. Looa.v Ik upending tho weok with rulatlvoH In Hlchtnond. Missus. Mack Vi:st and J. I Lay, of Cttsoy, paid us a call Wednesday. Mlts. A. M. Fbi.aND linn returned from a visit to frionds at Crab Orch- ard. II. Lexington Tuesday to enter Kentucky University. THOMAS SHANKS wont over to Mlt.CC. McUoiiKltTS and family, of Oldham county, are visiting ruin r, lives here. Mlts. Hkssib Sacnim'.hs and duugh-toJennie, went up to Livingston Wednesday. Mil. A. M. l'BNCB and Mis Julia Higglns aru intending conference at Mt. Sterling. Mil. and Mlts. VincijntGbkk went to Lebanon Junction Wednesday to visit his parents. Miss Annii: Hhlli: Woods left Tuutday to completu hur education at MUloraburg College. Mil. S. I). VanI'hi.t, of Danville, the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Warren, Wednesday. Miss ing Mrs. C. W. Sweonoy, of luicnstor, who has typhoid fovor. MlSSKS liKLI.li l)KNNV and Doll Saulloy are visiting Dr. and Mrs. Jackson (llvons at Pittsburg. Mil. J a Mlts F. MooitK, formerly of Sholby City, write to us from Cottugo, Mo., to sotnl his paper there. M. and Mies. W. II, Dll.MON. of Livingston, Dent a few days with her muther, Mrs. Ilettlu Ilroaddus. Mlts. K. C. Walton and family, who were staying at Cook's Springs, returned when alio heard of her brother's nines S. Mil. J. A. WitioiiT tri back from Livingston, where ho ban been engaged in pulling up a bridges over Itoundstonu I'attii: Mcl'liititsoN Is nurs- Tin: "National" democrats scorn to Lincoln county will please Ulo same on havo themselves. Their MlXBD Spices at Warren & Shanks'. or before Sept. 2.'th. J. F. Cummins, intemperate address Is aetlng as sort of FltClT cans, jars and jolly glasses at Cl'k. L. C. C. n boomerang. Warrun & Shanks'. Lbkt. A few more chances at our Shocking Accidbnt- .- Mrs. K. L. Sl'in:, ready mixed for pickles at elegant music box. Ilomember wo Grubbs sends us the following: K. W. givo a chance free tocveryls worth of Haydon was run over whilo crossing Craig it Hooker's. goods you buy. lanner Bros., McKln- - tho track In Independence, Mo., Mon- SBCONIMIAND Lightning Hay Press day and so badly mashed that ho died ""' for sale cheap. II. IC. Wcaron Son. j al " AT Junction City Wednosday thoro f10 ' ' THluy. He was the !I0 pounds granulated sugar for 91. deaf mutes on route to the InY ? Read Tanner HroV ad. In nnother col- stltute at Danville. Of them :if camo ' '"Vl. br,,e,-ln;lft,uxy JW wife wa, Miss Susie umn. ' tPlwf.on.IIIb from the western part of tho State and Stophen6on. Ills remains were brought r. from the mountains. Nl'AV stationery, latest styles, school to Harrodsburg, his old home, and laid . supplies, lowest prices. W. II. TlllllTY percent, is Mr. Jno. Uright's lo lest estimate of tho amount that the corn Who could have thought this of Col. TUB colored base ball team of this crop has been cut short by tho drouth Craddock(V In his Wednesday's paper place and NIcholasvillo will cross bats in this section. It continues fearfully he tells Qf a joung country couple horo this afternoon. dry and hot, the mercury reaching promenading by the when nearly 100 every day for a week. tho girl stopped short with an "Oh, Covbii your housu before bad weathmy !" while her countenance betrayed er sets in. Cypress shingles aro the Rain. George "Washington Greene, evidences of deep emotion. The voting best, and cheapest In tho end. For sale ofthcL..t N. tells that there we 9 man was dumbfounded and began by A. C. Sine. o a heavy rain at Pine Hill Inquire If she was sick, if she Mil. II. I). Wihtb took up a subscrip- nesdny, which extended as far down as had been stung by a bee or "what was tion for Randall Cook, who had his Mt. Vernon. Wo lovo to hear about up, any way ?" "There's nothing up: house burned, and realized quite a sum such things If we never see them again. it's something down. That's what's for the unfortunate man. tho matter. Turn your back." He Vbky little is being said about tho turned, she arranged the trouble and TlIBltB was a good shower at Mr. turnpike election, but we take it that lovo resumed Its sway. Smith liaughiimn'ti yesterday after- all good citizens, who wish to see the noon, so Mrs. Haugbmau telephoned will of tho majority carri-As a member of tho committee to so J out will him, but no rain fell here. Tho help to correct an egregious mistake lect a farm for the State Reform School aro for showers, however. by voting to free the pikes, as well a- we spent a couple of days in Fayette this week, and breathed enough dust for bonds to buy them with. AT last the signal service promises almost to make a sir all farm of our relief. Yesterday's dispatch read: Music Parties desiring Instruction own. Though exceedingly dry there, "Local showers and Friday in Instrumental, Vocal or Guitar been pretty seasonable all the morning, followed by clearing and coo- sic can receive same by applying to me ' summer and tho crops of corn, hemp ler." Praise tho Lord, the more so If at my icsidence on Main Streot. Spe- - and tobacco aro good, especially the cial attention given to Technic, etc. latter, which Is now nearly all cut and He fulfills tho promise. Pupi Is will bo required to study liar- - said to be of excellent quality. Prom-monHlTTBN.-M- r. Henry A. Pleasants also to meet in class form once a No of prosperity beem& to havo fooled was badly bitten on his left leg Wed- week, to receive instruction in sight the people there into believing that nesday by a vicious bull dog belonging utnr.tr.fr rP.ntn t nn . jurl ' vtt"0 iy..w lunrijii- il nt..i.U their lands aro worth much more than to a Negro neighbor named John Lee. on'h"' $1 per month. Mrs. Margaret A. Port-ma- they were, for wo had no farm otterFearing the canine was mad ho empted to us for loss than 100 and from ied three loads of shot Into him. tick- - that to $200 pur acre, and we can not Tin: L. it N. will sell round-trifrom Stanford to the Union Veteran 0y within three miles of tho city A MOV weighing hi pounds arrived et National Kncampment, at Col- - Iia- Tho former price was for lands Tuesday morning to further bless tho umbus, O., Sept. 21 to 24, at fii.lo via four miles from tho city and without union of Mr. and Mrs. W. Carroll improvements. Tho advantages of a Shanks. He has been named Hartwoll, Kentucky Central Division. Tickets will be sold 10th and 20th. irood to number of farms were considered and a tho middle name of the youngster's leavo Columbus not later than the 27th. selection will be made by the full board aunt, MUs Anno Hartwell Shanks. The faro from Crab Orchard Is 50.75. of trustees, which meets at Lexington A ItAHIilT got into tho room in which A rate of one and fares for ni'xt Tuesday. Mrs. Maria Warren's remains wore the round-triwill be given Sept. 27th, and 20th to Cincinnati and Louis- laid out Tuesday night and it was with FOR SALE OR RENT. . -- ..,. .i. ti r,xdilllculty that those who wero ..in.. much uiiuuuwi-uuiuu- i uio .wercuunis .i i... .,,7,,.. LI(.HT-- .. ri L AC UKMiiii'inllv from Crab sitting up got It out. Like' a cat it cursion. lickets good to return In 10 o.ul.urd on the road. Will e.l Imlf or nil or rout for 1MK Cor particulars scorned to havo been almost charmed davs. V. - Wbddino presents at Dunks'. .. All persons having claims against, ; over-reache- d ! SUCH BARGAINS IN VO 3 Suppfe We Invite comparison with any line. ! - t on-we- re Ta&fets And Scfioof rtf-fati vv he found elsewhere. I I ts. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. court-hous- e, mmimwmmmwmmmm 17.' has-quit- e ( Wed-.tllyt- J Indi-datlo- - i i NEW GOODS i I )?3 OPENING I to-nig- mu-'ith- as j, l.iti - n. Will tell you more about it next time. Don't buv un- g till you hear what we have to say. I m p lim-Legio- n, SEVERANCE & SONS. - one-thir- d p h mmmmrn'Mmmigmmmmmm The Best XTKBNllllVilv L I -- luBSHiffffffa2flSBBaBfKaHB rlbf Alla Xifhf H Disc Drill by tho dead body. call on or uddr' t mature in our ment of the Omdorlf case. Our information was obtained from a reliable source and while our statement will likely bo the basis of settlement, it has not been consummated yet. m It appears that we wero a publication of little prethe settle- You can go to Chattanooga via the Mil. T. S. Uosk, who ban been visit-- I Q. it C. anil stay until the u tr his Hon, Mr. J. T. Uoe, In Lincoln 2Hd for ?2..")0 tho round-trifrom all county, has returned homo. llrirrods-bur- g stations, High Hrldgo to Somerset. Sayings. This Is a very cheap chanco to visit Miss I'attii: Alcohn wont to Nnsh-vlll- o that historical city and view tho faWednesday to enter Ward Semimous battle grounds in tho vicinity. nary. Her father. Judge J. W. Alcorn, accompanied her, RBl'OltT.s from Danville say that the Tub friends of Or. Leo Huffman aro trustees of Centre College aro outrag sorry to hear of his recent and sovcrc ed over the way that Dr. Minton, who illness at his homo on Second street. was elected to tho presidency, treated Lexington Leader. litem. He failed to come and sent a T. A. ItlCB, of Now Orleans, decided lame excuse for not doing so. Prof. that it was belter to bo with hi wife Fales was then elected president pro hero during tho yellow fovor scare and tout. accordingly camo up yesterday morn- Sufficient rain fell just beyond Miss LlVY Al.l.KN entertained Mon- Rowland Tuesday to till the mud holes day night in honor of her guests, along the Crab Orchard piko and Misses Woods and Hurnside, of Stan- around Maywood the ground was mado almost wet enough to plow. At tho ford. Millorsburg Cor. Paris hour the rain fell on these favored loMiss Li.zib Forn.i:, of Casey, can- calities old Sol was shining at Standidate for school sucrlntcndcut, Is ford at a rate that is too hot to talk making the race to win. She has had about. a a large number of cards, with her TllK rads meet to put a picture, printed at this olllco at.d head and tail on their county ticket. she is making an active canvass. Who they will nominate for judgo and 11. II. GBNTliY, of McIJrajer, spent representative is not the several days with his brothers here and topic" by a long shot, but on the while here got a notice from Collector contrary nobody seems to care whethYerkes revoking Ills commission as er either tho head or tall or both aro storekeeper-ganger- . Mr. George A. put on or left off. It's a foregono Uencdict, of this county, has also rethat tho democrats aro going ceived a document of that kind. to win this year and it matters not T. l Simnk, of tho dispatcher's what the committee does. force being sick and C. A. Mooro being has Kill Them Marshal sent to Middlesboro to take tho place put out hand bills stating that all ownof a dispatcher there, who Is also sick, ers of dogs must pay tax on them at Chief Dispatcher Sheridan pressed T. once. Thoro are probably more dogs A. Itleo Into service yesterday and put In Stanford than any other town in him to work before ho could go to his Kentucky, if ono can judge by tho way wife's bouse. they hold nightly concorts when peoK. C. Walton received a dispatch ple want to sleep. It is to bo hoped Wednesday from his brothci that taxes will be paid on but few and Mr. It. J. Lyles, of Nashville, asking that tho rest will bo shipped lo some him to come at once to Crittenden bologna saueago factory immediately. Springs, Crittenden county, where Nearly every Negro in town owns sevJames H. Cook was seriously ill of fe- eral canines. ver. Mr. Walton left that night, but They are telling a good ono on Charas it takes nearly a day and night to get there, wo did not hear further from lie Withers, which is as follows: When tho sick man. ho offered to sell his wheat to J. II. Baughman & Co. ho suggested that ho would take tho price tho Danville mil HOME NEWS, lers were paying and it was agreed that SEYEitAL car loads of coal. See J. they telegraph to ascortaln their price, B. Hlggins before buying. Mr. Baughman wrote tho message I will pay cash for which was sent, but before the answer Loos Wanted. camo Mr. Withers grow norvous and largo poplar logs. A. C. Sine. going off into a corner by himself was Superior Disc Drill heard to remark: "What a fool I am; Second-hanthoy know Baughtnan's handwriting for sale. B. IC. Wearen it Son. i over thoro and I'll bet I wont got We sell coal and feed for cash. Don't enough for my wheat to pay for tho ask for credit. J. II. Baughman it Co. seed." Ills troubles ceased, however, VEKY largo lino of goods of all kinds when a reply came showing that tho Farris & Danville market was just what Mr. B. to bo bold cheap for cash. had offered. Hardin. p ICon-tuckla- u. m creek. m p baud-som- "all-absorb-I- con-elusi- New-lan- vulsions. Dr. Hugh Roid happening to pass at tho time was called in and he suggested that a drink of whisky and water bo given her. She heard it and said, "Givo mo water, but I will drink no whisky." Soon sho went intu another convulsion and In less than half an hour was dead dead as she had hoped always to die, suddenly and without being a trouble to others. Mrs. Warren's maiden name was Maria Lamb Van Pelt and she was born Feb. 10, 1810, making her 7S years old. She was married three times, first to James Dawson by whom she hadtwo children, only ono of whom are living, Dr. J. W. Dawson, of Cleveland, 0 who was paralyzed two years ago and whose hel- less condition had been tho subject of so much concern to tho aged mother. ' Her husband lived about 10 years after1 their marriage and a few years aftorl his death, she married Burton McKln- noy, who only lived some three years. About 20 years ago sho married Mr. James R. Warren, who at tho age of 04 preceded her to the grave but a few months. Mrs. Warren was ono of nine children, only two of whom survive, Mrs. Mary J. Murphy and Mr. Wm. consisting of a Twine Hinder. Mower, prayer for' c . ami my entire months of Mrs. Maria Warren to be at Plows, llurncs, Kitchen Furniture. lot of Household and TciiMs, Sums of ?10 and under, cash; ovrest was answered Tuesday, when death camo suddenly and with little pain, j er that amount a credit till Jan. 1, '!s. Noto with good ie urltv puwilile In the First NaShe got up that morning apparently in j tional Hank of Manford, requited. V. II. HILL, TumersWlle, Kv. d her usual health and attended to her household duties, prepared things for' dinner and stirred around considerably. Miss Kmma Warren was sick and nt homo and sho told her to lie on tho : couch, but Miss Kinnm told her to use herself and sho would go up stairs it and Ho down. She had not been gone Successor 0 the " VnnbrUlgcd." long until sho heard Mrs. Warren gasp Tho Ono Great Standard Authority, and going down she found her in conSo lion. I). J. llrpnrr. Tub Lincoln County Medical Society had an Interesting meeting at Huston-vill- e Tue-da- y when a large number of tho members were In attendance. Tho HUN be icccl cl lv opening paper, "Normal Labor," """ commit will up to .1 o'clock p.the undcrMinied in.. Sjt., :Wth. ,"k Dr. J. C. Baker and 1 hours i.7, for furnNlilng to the cltv of Stanford read by t. ... of hi. i..i. Mnootli lubber llru liosc. were spent In discussing It, a majority IiOO Said !him to Ikj funiNlicd In BO foot of tho doctors taking part. Dr. I. S. complete, with standard coupllnyi. ,1. II. IIACRIIMAN Wesley read a paper on G. L. PENNY. the "Resection of Joints," which was Committee. followed by one by Dr. Steele Hailey on the "External and Internal use of Live Stock, Farming Imp- emeilts Cold Water." Dr. Bertie Carpenter's ' And H msehola Furniture. suoject was "nay rerer. wnlcn was nlll m'II at public auction at my farm 'J handled in a masterly manner. Dr. J. mile from Turnerivllle on G. Carenter gave tho members a short talk, which was greatly enjoyed. 18, 1897, The visitors were royally dined by the Two Large. I'lne Mare Work Mules, local physicians. and Yearling Mule. .1 or (i verv" lino llrood Mare-i- . ANti my running T. sTEl'HKNsON. C'r.tl) Orchard, Ky. HOSE WANTED. BEST : MADE Lies Don't Go. Messrs. H K. Wearen St Son, Stanford Gentlemen: In reply to vour letter will say that the Kentucky Disc Drill stands strictly on Its merits; tho makers "light their law hulfs In court and not In the papers and no purchaser of this drill need tear any legal entanglement. Also that other drills must Ihi deficient In real merit 'when their makers seek to scare people Into buying them. Wo guarantee protection. Yours, Hren-nt- ui St Oo.s Western Agricultural Works, Louisville. Sept. U. Muffs wont work. Tliero Earmers can see for themselves. Is no mistake about this machine, being double-geared. ns well-prepar- B. K. WEAREN & SON. - 1 Saturday !cpt. UnDGRCAKinG BY Imple-iiii'tit- H Waiihen. Tho daily J. C. M'CLARY, Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Court-Hou- :..'i-t- Webster's International Dictionary JuiUco U. Room Opposite r- - se Square, Stanford, Ky wmrmwnwmwrwn3rr?ia 5S3Eli S.Smrciuo Court. rrlnUntt cf I'. umca, me u. . mi prune Court, ill the SUIa Mil- prtme Couru, ftmlof ner. 17 Hi the bctiooitjoot. , Standard 8. Oov't the Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, MA Commended by State SupertntriKW'nU u of Schools, OollfKc llvttili.nU.aniiotherlliK'HtOM union wujoui nuiuucr. In thn hoiiflholtl. "Warmly - TTING. pri-pric- - ( tho teacher, ichclar, pro- ieuionai mnu, nuu ten. rtlucntor. Invaluablenni to es Whun you hear our "We are making preparations for a bi output of goods. will then know we mean to sell tho goods. Our aim in making these unyou precedented prices is to reach out and furnish our adjoiding counties, which fact has always proven itself where n customer favored 113 with a call. Wo are heio for business, quick sales and small profits, THE BEST FOR PRACTICAL USE. It U easy to find the word t anted. It If caiy to ascertain the pronunciation. It If easy to trace the growth of a word. It la easy to learn what a word means. The Raleigh News Jb Observer aaya: a J W. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. Branch Store at llustonville, II. It. Camnitz, Manager. Our lmtlrlilual preferenrt-- were formerly for another dictionary, biilahctterncqtialntance with (the the later edition cf WeUter moat International) valuable, ami baa led us to reirant It as thu to consider It aa the standard as far us any one cUcUonary should he so accepted. (JET THE BEST. WSpedrnen naites sent on application to G. Jb C. MKRRTASr CO., riiblishers, tipringnem, Jtnss., u.o.a. MW3 EM WVtmwm 1 m11 -- jFn Lt Yt VhWaJ fc Bt jfcr" fc1""1 am"ByW8BWBBBBHBBBBBiBBCattaBKaa flVaBHamS J W YfSil WrkJialaatfP1' aJ I.aWL wB IWBWWLlBPlar KbbHS bV aVT LJb ROC;UPlE.pOt.p U "jr vUh to pro- r.ur out pontalnlnc ; lit o' icrouj.'" J v nitencv. :lor cost of nntentc. IK. 10 1 1 1 n t viure. etc . auu oiherlnfrma'!i"',r-- . r m- fi rvl IcM.irze suras ourlbtof I'Vtnts of m(iin'ynri"i(lVreit, imtt v. !i iy Msnuiil.lreo. Wo i.pd ;":, procured fir patents In all tbc fdV.tcs tliroiivti o'tr np'r.'-jirltielpiilcf.t'.iiRd ; nil furelitu louutnos. IM-M- m 1 ,. d in J The Hcst Is always Imitated. The Superior Is tho Genuine Disc Drill. Huh been thoroughly tested and gives satisfaction. All other Disc Drills aro an experiment nnd nn Inmost praiseful words as a woman and a fringement on thu Superior. Suit hits been entered In tho U. S. Court against one com Christian, after which many friends Wanted-- An runners, investigate before buying. pany for infringement, you wealth. your ldeat ther may followed tho remains to Buffalo Cem- PntectJOHN WKIIUEHUDUK & bring Patent Attor-iCO Wrt Ur- - VanPelt, of Indianapolis. For 00 years deceased had been a tnombor of tho Christian church and was in every way a good and true woman. She knew that her Redeemer liveth and she was impatient to go to Him and find rest, swcot rest. Elder Joseph Ballon preached tho funeral discourse at her lato homo, assisted by Elder Joseph Severance, and sK)ko of her In tho lai tect Riiuuld d-i PiitP'ii--' mii n aT r p r Wanted. v. t cHj, O ?aireB t5&fr.z 3? -- laaBaB aaB 'HLLaB M afNaBal aB aKVaLAPJaEatl R il THE VCRir-'PROCT!ESS. r J. r tr", -. s z&EmMmrjwrmm jam m.fWKWK -J- W..i "JffjtCS!l3 - , vl'55aaWKtii&W3R' n i if mka1 -- t M ROI-GC- ? , J PLUV. 53T., L"NCt?flAT5, tuls iMper, .. O Idea Sa etery. Wasbtngtoti, U. C. for their 1.8U) prise offer an list t InTentlons wanted. 7 tn"ntre4 HIGGINS & 7VTKINNEY. wvfrnnjiita&gaf.i " '7T;T?fmf,TiiiBftj',''Tff(TirTn mi TTTrriffrriii h innt. i7iII .1 r,i.-M.I.I . ,rr. . iTith Ill rm ni.uii!iii ill jf.- f jirn t Jt.'.'...'?. v, ..,pf ,n tH'tin t. ....... iitNrfMt i p1p1-r.jw...1i1- j(j i'lt ( m( V THE INTER10RJ0URNAL I'w'bliaiiod.'ria.oaS.as-U a Middlebilrg, Casey Co. The Baptist picnic did not A umtorlul-izo- . aairtiiavo will be charged. groat deal of hauling is going on y. now. V. T. Coulter will not move to IJClt YliJVlt IN" AUVA'CJS W When not Corn, to the wife of U. Tub&cott, a s of Casey's "Nationals" are going to stamp under the rooster. The Christians clo?ed their meeting KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Sunday week. There were only three Trains leave Stauford tit 7 10 a. lit. nnd i p. m additions. returning at 4: 25 p. m ami " 05 p. m M. Taylor has returned from u busiKNOXVILLE DIVISION. ness trip to New York, Cincinnati and 12 57 p in No. 24 Train going North other Eastern cities. 3 13am " " No. 21 " 12 01 p in We heard Lincoln's next sheriff say " South No. 23 " " fJipm he .vould rather attend a Casey fair " No. 24 " Tor alllPolnts. than a Fayette county fair TIIKO'IOH TICKKTS MU. While digging for water a few days li.M'iUAUK CHKCKKl) TIIKOUUH. ago, Mr. Cab. Russell struck aline How enquire ol For any Information of salt water at the distance of 27 feet. JOE S. MCE, Agent, Mrs. S. II. Gardner, of Bradfords-villStanford, Ky. 5?jySRMI - daughter. LOGS If H)."i School is progressing nicely; about are enrolled time GMD. Two-third- Whon Lincoln wtis n young lawyer prnc-ttcln- g In Illinois It Is Mild that ho was oticc Mr. . I os. ColToy is taking advantage ougnged In a cn-i- In whlrli thu Inwjiir on of the dry spell by having his crop of tile otlmr side tnntle u volatile spoci'li, fill I of about il,000 bushels of wheat threshed wild stntiMuoiitn to t lit Jury. Lincoln open ed liN ruplj by buying! out. "My frlunil who litis Just spoken to you Mr. Asa Peyton, the enterprising would 1h) all right If It wero not for one host of the Peyton House, Is making thing, nnd I don't bliuno liltu for tlutt for lie some much needed Improvements upon can't help It. Wliut I rufur to Is his rivk-Ie- s his hotel, having It painted, etc. Hlutvinontx. without ntiy ground of Several of the saw mills below hero truth. Vou have iustiuu'OH of this In lilt have been compelled to shut down on speech to you. Now, the ronton of this Hot account of the scarcity of water and the In the constitution of lilt mind. The mo road from here toward them is decora ment ho hughis to talk nil the muiitnl operho lie rated with broken wheels, wagons, &c, ations coiiso, and like Is not responsible, tlntt Is, In fact. inueli a little Monmbont occasioned by the dry weather. I taw on the niigtimnii river when I wus The "boys" around here enjoyed enpijjed In lxmtlng there. This little team- themselves very much Saturday after- vr hail a live-fo- ot boll era ml a snvi'ii-fonoon by having several matched horse whistle, mill eveiy time It whistled the enraces at the track. Dave Moore's lit- gine stOplH'll. MORELflND. IOIS Sull.E. lfouso and Lot sit NOTICE artist In tho ! u Uruh Orchard now lint the lineal tousorlal Ct Jntry In the persqti of Sam m: l. House contains ti rooms, hnlhrny, neciwsii-r- v IIIiAKKMoiik, who handles the pclsnor mid Alxtnt U ueriM of liiml. razor lu exjK'rt tjlo. t'nll on him when vou outbullilliiK. haircut, i ('onsldeied one of the best liK'ntlous for u want a clean nhaveor home lit Mi'lvlnnev. IIOWMAN SMITH. IIclvinnov li PIANOS AND ORGANS. ot Decker tiros'. Pianos, Sheriff's Sals for State and County Tacs. llullies Pros'. Pianos, Klllutou l'lanos. 1). II. Ilaldwlii riuiio.s, Pianos, &c. On Monday, October 11, 'i)7, Rstny Organ, Hamilton Organs mid othur .mixes, llctureu the hours of o . m. ti ml 4 p. m. at See my floods mid (let .My Prices Itoforo vou diMir In the town of Stnu-firthe coiirt-liou- (i 1U V. T. Wl lirn. Crab Oicliard. Lincoln county, K'y., I will e.K)se to ju.,. the highest bidder fiir cash In hnml. to pav JOIIM. ASn.KMAM. A. 0. I.AI(AU, the tato mid county tax for the vetirs WiA. IMM1 ami l!7 the following described property, or so inucli thereof as will pay said tn"cs. I n Stanford Precinct No. I. John V. ltrl'ht 142 acres, near Hubble. SI37.li. d, QUEEN & CRESCENT. . Trains pass Junction City as follows: 4 02 p m No. 2 North 11 57 a in No. liSoutU 3 46am " 4 ' 1124 pm No. 3 " " 6 " 130pm 1125am No. 5 " No. 9 tle bay mare won the half mlje dash Ilucklin'a . I mica Salts. and Ben Ferrell's horse the The oett salve In the world fir cuts,, hrultet trot. lorra, ulcers. salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap. hands, and all Mr. John A. Frye, a former resident pedimsltlvelyrhllMalns, corns no pay tkiu eruptions. It cures piles or Ills satisfaction or money re now of Bowling guarajteed to Klve of this vicinity, but r bos. sale by v. II fnudtsl. l'rict Z1 cuts Green, Is here on a business trip. Mr. Mcl'.oK'Ms, linitTjIst. Jas. B. Owens, with the llrm of B. I. Something to Aicm. died Monday of inflammation of Wearen & Son, was here Monday set It lnt Ni worth Kiuiethenit to know that tin, for restorb it the tired out cer- the stomach and was burled at Dan- ting up a "Lightning" hay press for ury system let medicinehctlthy Is Klcitrlc Hitters. free-for-a- ll e, T. 1). .NKWI.AND.y. I., C. INSURANCE COMPANY Pretty Home For Sale. OF LIVERPOOL. ville. " S20pm "10 " The drouth still continues with little signs of a break. Late corn is a total VIA UKOKUhTOWN. failure. Pastures are dried up and waa. M ter is away above par. r. M. A. M. P.M. 2,00 Lie. Somerset, Arl2M 235 S20 " 1131 The Baptist church Is now having a " Jet lily. 315 Lv 9 33 630 450 Arriteorsetowu, 505 protracted meeting. Hew T. II. Cole' Kranklort, 7 20 1153 "6 30 3 00 man, of Georgetown, is assisting the o 5 30 8 40 Paris 6 10 Arr pastor, Rev. W. E. Foster. Dally except Sunday (. D. IIEISOAW, O. P A. Casey will probably vote on the free turii)ikc question this fall, and if voted Royal makes the food pure, on will result in a victory to the wholesome and delicious. by at least three to one. A jury coinxsed entirely of colored men, tried Millie Young, at Hurrodt-burfor assaulting another colored woman. The accused was acquitted. The wheat growers of Casey are .... .1 t.... ....1.1 .1 1V.U ILIl L'l uaii.v uiuiiuseu ...I.U 111U IlillU for the cereal some weeks ago, and aro " preparing to put in an Increased acre- harness, etc. Some 7 or S additions have been made and a Christian church age this season. Mrs. Elizabeth Clieimult Bennett organized with about .'10 members. died at her home at Richmond, of bronBRODHgflD. chitis. She was S2 years of age. Sho leaves a large and prominent family of Owen Jarrett is quite sick at this POWDER children, including Senator Bennett writing. Absolutely Puro and Miss Belle Bennett. Mr. M. Harrison, an aged and n." A dispatch from Kno.wllle says that spected gentleman, died of dropsy Tuesthe deputy marshals sent out to guard day. the property of the Standard Coal and A.J.Pike bought a nice bunch of POClR CO., t YORK. SOrl Coke Company, which Is In the hands cuttle in this and Pulaski counties the of the United States court receivers, first of the week. nsE-A.- x near- Jcllico, tired on the miners when Reiwrts from Indiana are that Victor Du- - they refused to leave the property and Owens f) making the Wrought Iron Registered rocs. Splendid It was returned with Winchesters but Rango people a good hustler, and has individuals Both no one was serlouisly hurt. averaged one stove sale for each da) FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI RY. turn-pikers g, Note Not. 5 and do not run Sundays, Kono fufjfc 'South than Junction City, neither do they rut. Sundays. COO a m 9 ami 10 V. K. (Very Reliable) Coleman, engaged in journalism at Somerset, came in to take In the fair. He returned home Monday. mi &AMN0 BAKIXQ 1 111 I I otfer for sate privately my desirable home on Iorer Main street, Stanford. The BURBEE & house Is u roomy, pretty cottaito with nice vn rd mid good gaiilen mid outhoiisos, mill Is MAX.Wtl.llS, lu a most pleasant neighborhood, fall on moon the premises and I will take pleasure Oommcrco Building, Louisville, In showing Its miinv advmitaces. ton Tons vltftr . Mr. J. K. Baughman. 10 MUS. KM.A This medicine is purely vagetaMe acts by kItIiik tone to the ARtnli Tliruiihout tho outh. Wright A-- Sandusky shipped 10 hogs- stimulates lierre centres In the stouuih, gently the Iher and kldoes rd aids thoe e heads of tobacco Wednesday to Grow-er'- s in tliMiwiuKoll Impurities In the Mood. aids digestion Warehouse, Louisville. J. E. Far-ri- s and Hitters liupmves the apetlte, lute llbsl It Is pronottrrtsl by Hiom) stIio local Agent, shipped 11 hogsheads Monday to tlmery liest Mil purifier and nerre toLie. Try UOWI.ANI). KV.. It ."slid fiirSnc and vr bottle at W. II, Mr. same house. W. II. Routt sold 500 Il'erti' ilruif store. ;i (Jone Haclc into tho Coal Stanford, - - - Kkntucky. litis bushels of wheat to Georgo Cogar, to J7 BlIMlK'Ss, The Gruiulftt liciimlij. bo delivered here at the deKt, at !0c. Mr 11 It. (ireeve, inen'haiit.of Chllhowle, Vn , And will keep on hand the Jelll-cSome parties entered Moore's school eertlnts Ilsit he lud roiisiiiiiption, was irlren up to 1'atls llrmii'li ami oilier liosl Coals nnd die vivlit nil uiedlr.ll trentuieut that mnnvy ism Id house Saturday or Sunday night and pDKiire, trieil all ismxh reimsllea he roiild liiri(, ask the (mtroiiURe of the public. Mnnforil up In many leave friends out Kut 1M) played havoc with the desks, walls, ilialr; was relief: ss'iittry I'r nUtlits sittiK DImsiv-er- n .1. II. li-who wmil t'oul canreceive order with Indiitvil to JCh:'s New prompt lu. uhli-l- i will I. MIKI.TON. atand was cunsl Ny the nwol two Uittlw. I'or tention has been window glass, etc. No duo DKAI.nt I.V T vs.st three jours li s lieen atlemtiiitt I" lutnes and discovered as yet as to who the guilty ssyj Pr Mnn's New IHnvtery Is the Krindest rei'iKsly ever nude as it parties are, but considerable damage and alxifor itliers In his his done so lunch fnrlilut I'r. Kind's enmiuunll). hnmir ililm, ,!nt wllrtlllll 111 MlflHri t1 New Disiery is Kiitrsnttssl fur cshucIis. H V, .....V.V. ,W U,"'"S .W"V, H..,, . ..,..... free at iuiittiptlnn It il.m't feel the full extent of the law. In tills W II Milhlsrts'dru( fail Trial ttltles store. Kentucky Hustonvillo, - connection we might state that the orA Kansas man makes Wi to ?.'I0 a day at the protracted meeting here has der Often tila Hvrvlrt lu ttw j )!( ut Wwl I.lntuln been perfect so far and the bad name printing a paper on tho top of Pike's mul Ouiy iHilt I'hU twk I I'wtttHiaud L'k-ft- i Peak. A morning and ovonlng edi lwajroti IiaikI. Moreland bore in the past is rapidly 4 U.S I'urisjtilef. .MaiW((i'r. tion is printed, devoted to the events of High-Grad- e disappearing. People wero afraid to Fertilizers and Coal. the day on the Peak, chielly relating to A WOIUI TO attcnil night meetings hero on account OihxU WnrniutiHl as ltcprcentcd. Olllce on s, who carry of some llend or fiends who made it tho arrival of excur.-ionlstMain Mreet.opnltu Klmote's "Jtore. otT copies of the paper as souvenirs. practice to whittle on buggy tops, CdSTLEHHS. or-Si- Klis-tri- T. L SHELTON, W. A. THIBBLI, con-tan- th o. J. B, HIGGINS, Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, y 1 1 al j. t. suttobt, Underttilcor, Agricultural Implements, itiiuford, ICentucW). PROPERTY OWNERS. If oti Insureil iif dwellings mid hnru A certain cure for cancer Are be u diet of lizards, but the remedy sand seems worse than the disease. Is said to nt. wh mil? Thougood its )our J.I. TOTTKN. ai.iisma.x. To the People of Lincoln AND (JAKKAKD. Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning er. Involving tin- I haveoM'iied a shop at the forks of the lluMouvllle mid Mllltsly;evllle (like, near Mr I'. Weld's and am prepmed to do nil kinds of :E3:OGrS. i;im - At the lowest iirli-eand In the t mnnner I gunintitec all my work. I will take nil grinding and guarantee to trlve J3 imuudsof kind nf coiiutrv product', excet fur horse Your Proporty May Bum CiHid riotir anil lu lMitiuds nf llran for eacli shoelnj; which U 60 cents, cash. Please give bushel of wheat, iiotvrlthstamlliig the fact of running Within a j ear. within a month, within 54 me H share of jour tmtrona:,','. II, that wheat Is up. I am I the accuf. MAYI day and night and will do what I can to hour. Wii should vu please my customer, so they wl'l give me mulation of xitirs of lionesl toll to loss by a single tlro.'whldi can delloy It In an their ttiit'miitisi. Your to iilease. & Sidlcltlng a shnre of jour patronage hour MUltHIS 1'HKU, tJlllwrU Creek. Ky. s In-sde-Iro- ns dollar. Whj should vai Iain palng i'sxclnl attention to custom from j ear to enr Kvery bssof millions of Blacksmithing and Woodwork, t,teM-aj- ijk1 epo T lteKVtfull, this Spring's CASEY COUNTY TEACHERS. row. Prices reasonable. No charge for crating. The teachers of Casey county held a J. M. k H. J. 1I:S0BEBTS, Stanfsrd. very Interesting association at Mt. Olive, Sept. 4th. The following was A. $. the program: Devotional Exercises; Welcome Address, L. M. Brown; the Surgeon "Tins nnil Downs" nl t.hn Tinilinea. Dentist, Miss Anna Lee Rigney; music: Responsibility of Trustees and Patrons, Open Dinner. Music; The Great 'Office orer Mcltoberts' Drug Store lu the Owsley Discussion. Hulldltij;. Aim of the Common School, Annie Singleton, (open discussion): Casey County -- 0 Years Hence, Hon. J. C. Lay; Who is Responsible for Children That Do Not Attend School, Mrs. P. A. Gilliam; What of the Text and Whut Outside of it Should I Teach, J. D. Watson; Needed Legislation if any for the De: Ky, Common School, Isaiah Flanagan; OentiHt, : clamation, "Our Duties to the RepubOilicc on Ijucaster street at Ilcsldence lic," W. II. Durham; music. The meeting was well attended by the teachers and friends of education and Mt. Olive gave them a royal welcome. MRS V. I). SIMPSON, Pror. Annii: Singleton, Secy. far- I ritun niiu PRICE, j I "Stanford, K. y I DR. W. B. f;eitxt"2 since hu has been out. The fair association held their annual election for officers and directors Tuesday night: E. E. Protheroc, pres ident; A. J. Pike, vice president; A. E. $200,000 00 Pali np Capital, Albright, secretary; J. Thomas Cherry, 17,003 SO Ssrptes, ' treasurer; P. Francisco, R. II. Hamm lljr prorUlutis of lit rbrter, driller are a and W. J. Chestnut directors. fulljr pmtrrted at aro diltnri In .Sltiriil lUnii, it nharvliuldfn Uliii lield Indltlduallr liable to Circuit Clerk Lewis and Judge Car-to- r tliocxtfiit of the aiuntiNtwf their ttis-- tlirrrln at wero down from Mt. Vernon taking thej-avalue thvr,sf, lumhlltUHi to tliiaiuuuiit In It may act at vented In audi ttire depositions in the divorce stilt wheretriutw, Ac , at fully ai an Individual. by Mariah Hilton sues Tolbert Hilton Tenderllitfour thank tu tlm who liatevutrutt. us, we trutt thejr will cuntluuc csl ttirlr InitliieM for divorce nnd alimony. As the partodnK), atnl e otter a a Kiiarutiteefsr imiuit at Until Oct 1st provided customer buys $l's tent lou to awi" our )y ears' in ties are both young, It seems that othat lllierul aixsiiiiutudattuiit atatv euntlitrnl This gives us a of other er means could bo Used to settle their worth chance to gixxls.vou how much with Miind liaiillui;. show OIHCTOKl. small dilTerences. Corn and Hay, Stanford. Ky Order Otfir mi.l t'issi l.irhanr, Twelve acres of land S '""e from KcICIn-neGeneral Agent, - - uisir the lUtlriud lias pod house of 5 rooms and good CruMiuif, IV,t Stuvt, outbuildings. I'or Information applv to O. - A. Vai.ti:ii. IClngsvltle, or Jessu Wai.tkii, Co. (Xat Yanl, Mill Mnrt, latcljr J II Mmiford, Kv. ts.lm SatUUrtktn Kiiaiaiitt!. OKSTANFOItt', KY. y: FOR RENT. JESSE D. "WEAHEN, NOEL SON, DEALERS IN COHL, IIU-lii- '. & Farmers Bank&Trust -- Stunford; IContuolcy. 20 FOUNDS FOR Granulated Sngar J. T.Jones, mm IIS SHEET WORKS, STANFORD, IvV., mrlal aixl Iron niolt. Satitfaclimi iuarautrr.1 All riailt iMlnttsI with Ilmti'a lilac IMaiuoiid l'aint warranto! furyrars. Dralrr in 11 Clttcin I'miipt andiJalvjulAol Iron I liters, (ta'vanlieil and lllack Iron lUmfliigof all klielt 21 If V. S. r eti-cnto- Sde iripf lelor of Dean' lllack Dlaihond Itoof Faint. Utlmatet ; it ml tin for palntliii; wo.k1. 1 ! bank-lui;ati- faMr Stanford, : first-clas- s. Mason Hotel Lancaster, Kentucky. iNewly furnislied: clean beds: snlendsd table. Everything Porters SO meet tiams Hanging Fork Farm For Rent. Small f.irm of : IXTV ACKF.S. Half In wheat, i est lu co ti. u(mx1 Improvements. Address, T M WHITB. C'oituiN, Kv. MOlMOMMtQllMOMlM THE POPULAR (O MM m V WMWU'lf 11'1'llBI o))'TH4.t " -1 r orirn '.'LJ MSN vA S-M- O OINlOKIKflOINiS B All isTHim dedrlRK lariitt for plank fence, A few evenings dnee a young man called railing or wire lntver.ui Ilud xt amimy ttoreuistr Colar Crrvk.oii wbat they on his liost girl to iipend the evening. When wantai the pike Inelliu froiu Crab Orchard lo .Stanford 1 al atxMit to return home, the com cotillon keepim haml atoppljof plank for On our regular line of iod which is the All turned to art. and thu ludy told him that he kliHltof bnnlr fur bnililliu sirswt; alMilsiardi largest we have ever carried. and ihlnirles. All sm.,ih detlrlm; any artiileol reminded her of Vuuu of Mllo, Whereupon tliit kind ran eall um me at my ttoru nearCtslar ,. v hINtll.l.TON tho young man chuckled with delight, thinkureeu. ss ing that It was his symmetrical form that his awrcuthuart had alludud to. When he & ot homo ho consisted hu encyclopedia, BANK mortification, mid, to his deep chagrin and l''";rietor OF LIVE found that thu Vuiius of Mllo had no arm. Or STAXKOIlt), KV. LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE Ho went down Into thu cellar and tried to A NflSANCK. But few people have batt his bruins out on a noft cabbage. Surplus $15,750. Capital Stc:k 100,000. Cliuri-At mv farm on the l"Zy. any idea what a large and tough crowd pike, one mile St.uthof Turin i 'lie. I will Herald. Attrntluti o( th publb it ulledtu the f if t that I'nt-iiasr Jurtioutt prinipt aitfnti. ti, very assemble on what they call "Jockey tlilt it tue only Nait'iiuil Mini, in Stanford. .iiii..n o I your patn.iiage it the prvvUiuiit ul the National Hank Art re.tuiaie rates , A Southern man tolls tho Washington Post street" on court days, and several laoil. Ited IS not only t,jr the capital atock, iIeitllom aiexsinnl was nover known lu tho South lUlnlity lur uti auibtint hiithytlia dles have petitioned tho city council to fiat tho daisy 1U7, dispose of my entlie lot of Now every part of tho eUalln thettock v that dtosxiiurtuf thia inttltii. until remove this rowdy crowd to tho out- Sjuth after the war. by a fund of jti,iiuo. I lie tworu tioii ire visited by the Union army Is covered Hsr:e: and Cattlo, Milk Cow:, Keg:, &:., atjteim-nlau- l the isiiiditlouol the Ikilik ate made skirts of town. Men with hardly enough with tluMus. 'Shurmmi brought tbum to eoeh year to the United Ktntea lioie rmtielit ft lid lit bidder. iivjtt are exainlntsl at ttatisl tiuiea ly kveiiii.ieiit clothes on to hide their nakedness, rid- us," ho said, "and tho march to the -- on can To the highestI U ear-ol- d There are I llriMxl Mares. Horse, I nKentt, thin .H.urlot additional nnd srfr.t salrt, ing horses gf which there Is nothing bo followed lu tho .summer lime by keoplng old Fill v. 1 Hois,' Colt. :$ utfvil todeiKMitors. Tliit litsiitiitlon originally oMaMitlird at the De I Mule, yearling Mule. but the hide, assemble here on those where tho daisy grow. The need -- coins u Mules, I'olt", ll lUnk ol Staufuni lu lsAs, thou reorsaiiUed at I I'ows mid C'iilt-N.j?ood ear-Mule the National Hank ofStaulord In A'A aiidiiKJln days by the hundreds and curse, get hive been transported In thu hay that was llntr L'attle, TS Mock Ilosrs. Will sell rtsirganbusl m the I'litt Nutlonal Hank of btaufuril alo drunk and make the iiir sultry with brought along to feed the horsim. This Is mv crop of rowing Corn. In IMS?, hat had ra tlcally nn unlntfrriiitsl TmtM.s. sums of 6'JO and under, jciisIi; St jisiiv It It better aiipptieil nor wltL the only explanation that has ever been their wicked talk. "Bro." O. J. New- butliieM iruiiiiitly nnd larillllos for trauaai-tltiover that amount a credit til) .Ian. 1st, made of It." than nver Isjfnre In Ita loin; and honorable land stayed with them awhile last Monwith Interest, Note payable in Farmer. rurtsir Aieoiiutt of individual!, ndiidarlea, llrini II day und had to show hU pistol a time days fall excursion. Queen in- I tank ami Trust Co., withgood security re- and iudlvtdiiaUaolUltcil. IIIKCCTOR crescent Itoute. Great low rato excur- sulted. At the same time I will also SKhL or two to keep some scoundrols quiet X. II. V, Iteld, Lliivuhi J. W. Harden, Stanford They are coming here now, the scrap, sion for tho usual Autumn journey OK KHXT 210 ACUKS of my farm; fairly S. T. llarrit, ' Co-- i ft. II. Ilaugliiuau. " lmiroved, well watered mid lu giMid .state o'f J.S. HiHker, " ' ings of the earth, from several coun- made by merchants and others to Cin- cultivation. Term made known mi day of K. I Tanner, MiKliiuey. T.T.A.Hill, : " 'I rllilde, W. s .1.11. Colller.Ciab Oruli'd; M, J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. ties and of the crowd that cinnati or Loulsvlllo. Kate of li fare mile. J. F. OOYKK, Turnorhllle.a M, u.Kimuro, tanrorii. Co., Sept. 27, 28, 20. Will assemble on that street are not worth-th- the round-trip- ; AaZECPlN snue YOU Tanner Bros, McKinney. SALE STOCK. J. J. WIIIIjiiu. Ml. Vermin; I'lntdier-ivllle- ; W. II. Cuniwln., J. II. littler, J. S )tley,.Sr., b. II. SkuHkt, William (itwch, S. J. Ihtihry, t J. 1'. 04i, A. W. CaisHitT; J. Linn. J. X. Miuvfiss. orrlCiKk. S. II. Shank. I'retldrntj J. II. Dwtle), Otrklrr, W. M llrfiEbt. Tvllri 1 3STOTICE I rt I FIRST NATIONAL SHELBY SHELBY, lu Junotloti'Clty, On Tuesday, Oct. 5th In-cle- rets-ctlull- tol FIRE INSURANCE 1 1 exltt-cmef- tu, Insurance Company, op mtooiavN. Insurance of Scotland. Caledonian two-third- MMOMOTn Cv MmUM P pfCS M MMOMAlJISINl K VJ INlfXl IfrniNlfrni mu IMvMO mm MMOINI OKI M0MOMM(Q)IM(Q) powder that would kill them. Many Negro jockeys from other counties were also hero and the white nnd black rowdies embraced each other several times during the day. The wholo business is a nuisance and It Is hoped the city council will attend to thia case. J. P. W. MM OOlOIMOINl interesting contest between the governor of Tennesseo and a judge at Memphis is going on over a prisoner whom the former has respited and the latter persists in resentcncelng to be hung. Tho health ollicers of Louisville have tiken all steps necessary to euro for AN" fever-stricke- mm INCI G.l'.A,, 1'ItA.Vf - i:. i. U.V.A., C1iIlmk. lv"!'N, i.MllHVillc. REED, iNM B(ilM0INiyMMO M0INIM0iNlM, to pieces any suspicious cases that may come n Into tho city from States Squth. Over 100 refugees have In tho j nleomlv eofinlwwl T.niit.vllln Vvii.i- ' fxn 4 untitle will be established, but suspi- jMlfFTj clous characters will bo Isolated. UXJliir t.. m.i ........... t.sit ii.., JJ """"' In .a general row. orrtCKKS. be good 10 days to return. Ask agents LS. Hooker, President; J. J. McP.obertt Cathlor A. A. McKinney, AttlttantCutliler, for particulars. Low ruto excursion to Chattanooga. Chlckamauga battle anniversary, ISM lb!J7, via the Queen September A Farm of Acres, half In Garrard mid Crescent Route. Leave your sttitlon half In Lincoln, thiee mile North of Crab Hill 1.. Orchard, the land about equally divided beSaturday Sept. 18, return Sept. 22. The Hctt Line toaud 1'roin tween grns mul cultivation, good dwelling TOIvlSIDOAND An Kvansville barber has been offer- houe, barn mid lots; has n hupply of water. Can bo rented for a term ed $100,000 for some land In the Yukon of years. All l'olnutu Michigan. A Farm within district in Alaska, which he had bc-- 1 Acres. Originallya mile of Lancaster of IIOH CHICAGO. two boundary but can be loved worthless. handled to advantage lis u whole or sepa"White qity Special," acres. Tho IK) The Jackson Coal Company, of Jack- rately. One tract has Ps!t Terminal sutlou. acre has on It three dwelling with son, Kentucky, has been awarded tho stables mid lots, welt watered houses faces LOUIS. and contract to supply tho Eastern Ken- Crab Orchard pike, Thu 100 acres Is In Avoiding the Tunnel Jut acro.s the all In cultivation, tucky Insane Asylum with 70,000 bush- grass. one of 10:t acres, pike are two boundaries, BOSTON. els of coal at a rate of 31. 10 per ton. with abundant supply of water fresh from Wnsner.bleepluuJCart. grass. The 07 acres Is part grass anil part William Thackery, a ship carpenter litis been lu clover mid restfrom Madison, Ind., attempted suicide In cultivation. YORK. ing for year. at Paducah by cutting his throat three A largo houu lu Lancaster with S rooms. Uutfet Parlor JCam, Wainier Sleeplins Cars, Prlva Compartment Cant, Klegant Coach e auU Dlu times and hacking himself over tho Always used as a boarding house.u If rented lug Cart. to advuntago can be rented for term of head II times with a drawing knife. years. Ho ure your tlekctt read via "HIO KOL'K " MRS. XAXXIK II. ANPEKSON. Ho may die. WAP.KI.N J. LYNCH K (). McCOltMICK, Any ono wishing to rent the hIhivo jirop-erA creek in Missouri, it has been ills Passenger TralBc Mgr., Ata (Jen. Patt. Tkt. Ajt JXO. M. OKAX L), call on or niliess, "ij covered, abounds In pearls. Lancaster. Ky, CINCINNATI OIIIC. Valuable Properties FOR KJiNT. 'O KOUNU12L3 1HOG. l'J-2- 0, t "BIG 1 4: R'B.MAHONY.Agt., 0 STANFOltD, KV. never-fallin- g DETROIT Cuu and Look Smith. STANFOllD, KV. All kinds of repairing doco at rcav uahle ratri UpiioltUrtuKatpecUHy fcaitslactlon guaranivd. H. D. PHILLIPS. 11M! I ST. Oraig Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry. iioytc ca. inuo-Onih- s Poultry Yard. NEW tj V if you make money In in.i i.i.. .... uui. . .... .1 and keep thoniughhrit. They mature earlier tin wlrh a prollt or more tli.in On H.'rce nt. Thearriigfuieiii ot our yard It Mich that there, can be no mix in u guarantee ul eggt fertile when ahlppeil. lirteili. II. Ite.1 Pit Oames- Imp. setting of 15 II. Ja.00 Siirber Celehrated Pit (itiiio " " .i' on I tl . lilt., f .wl... I jiiuiK 1 11 i. I. tlOH 111 ....cv-iioii.S0 lied (ap, ImKirtel Si 30 lllack Minorca, i.uu Wyutiilotle, Silver " .oo llarnsl Plyiuoiiih lt.ick, ' S1.5Q All breedt eore iilwio U0 (hjIiUj. CHAIU H1)S , Pro., Junction City, Ky. It ilav ami ilin von V m . f a worn iu inn lanuera.