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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897092801 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. W t - K n' SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. JUDOBW. L. DAWSON, THK I'OUTICAI. I.UJHTXINO iMIANdlS A I IT I ST. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1897. LANCASTER. POLITICS I. C NO. .WITH. GO Mrs. JamoHT. Hill ami Mr. Kuckeraro sick of fever. HV THK KKCOKU AS WltlT 1UMSKW. CJTho Edison Vltascope will bo on ex- tills city Monday, In I in issue of April 20 last tho and also Tuesday night. JOUKNAI. contained this Wild, Mr. John Mount, of LaG range, now written ami handed to uh by tho man attending Centre College, visited his who, when he did not "hoar favorably uncle, H. E. McHoberts, on Sunday. May," caught from you on tho Mth of breeches and H. L. Grlnnan, of Cynthiana, is tie himself by tho seat of tho guest of Dr. W. N. Hush. lifted himself out of the party In which Misses Caroline Woods and May he claimed his record win clean: Hughes entertained about .'10 friends on TO THK DKMOCItATK' COMMITTUK. Thursday evening, splendid music, Gentlemen I hereby announce County .Inline. both vocal and Instrumental, being the asaeandldato for peculiar fitness fcr principal feature of the occasion. 1 do not claim any On Thursday, Mr. John Osborn and tho olllcc, but I bollcvo I can fill tho Miss Susie Naylor, of Marksbury, were olllco creditably to myHclf and constitIt, took a lawyer married by Kov. Kuykcndall, and Mr. uents. I used to think John Hollinsworth and Miss Caroline to bo county judge. Not a bit of it. All Cloute, of 1'alnt Lick, wcro married you want in a man with good, common by Klder Jesse Waldcn, of this city. sense and a will to carry out his conTho entertainment given at Paint victions. I hud to wade through dunt olllco Lick last Friday night, under tho and rubbltdi to get your county of tho missionary society, was in anything like decent shape to do well attended and yielded about 8.'I0. business In and no end of trouble to get The exercises were highly entertainyour records straightened out. 1 have ing and tho music was especially atbebeen accused In a joking manner of tractive. ing too thick with tho republicans. Dr. J. II. Kinnnlrd says that he inaro wine will say right hero that there tended to resign the olllco of deputy mighty good men In tho republican marshal, hut tho city council has offer-e- d party and you aro bound to admit that him $1,000 a year to continue In the a republican vote goes just as far to- good work of bringing criminals to jusany other wards electing a democrat as and he is now likely to ho on Hat-li- e I will close by making tice: kind of vote. How at any hour during the night, you two promises. Klrti: If you honor as he hat a number of patients and Is me with tho nomination and I am elect- up during all hours. ed, I promibo not to run for Congns Tho republican county committee or tho presidency till my term shall met Saturday and appointed delegates have expired. Second: I promise you to tho district convention, which meets l will ik)11 more votes than any man In t, hibition my-Bc- lf Candidate for school superintendent In II IM Casey county, Is a daughter of Hon. McDowell Fogle, of MIddlehurg, and thoroughly qualified for tho position, It has full Courses of Stuilv In nil departments. It has trained nnd experienced teachbath by nature and training. In addiers. It lias all needful facilities for the thorough training of girls In all grades. It was tion to a thorough college education established for thu welfare nnd convenience of Stanford und Lincoln county. Let all tho bIio has added special training by people of Stanford and vicinity. Instead of dissipating their lulluencc hy patronizing other schools, rally around tho College and give It their united and hearty supjxirt. courses in tho National Normal UniXext Session opens Sept. 0th. Tor full Information call on Mrs. Sau'llov nt the college or versity of Lebanon, O., the Northern VM. SHELTlOX. I'uksiuent. write for catalogue. Indiana Normal school ami the ComIf the democrats In Kentucky were mercial College of Kentucky Univerto stay away from the Hannacrats' sity and has had 1.1 years' experience meetings Mark Hanna would have to in the ch(K)ls of hor county. Though tight, her hfro audiences to come out and listen she is making a candidacy has been endorsed by the to Patterson and Bynum in addition to -democratic party and she Is supported hiring their serviced as speakers Louisville Dispatch. by some of the most prominent repubOnly five United States Senators are We linve bought our slock of coul early and can supply our trade nt licans. Her election eccms assured, in to be olectcd by Legislatures whleh are which event Caioy county will have placed her educational allairs In most to bo chosen this fall, those in the competent hands and honored ono who States of Ohio, Maryland, Texas, and South Carolina. Four will who will in every way strive for their undoubtedly return democrats and advancement. "The red head sang digMonday, to nomi- ger," as we used to call Senator J. C. Mark Hanna in Ohio, has not his callHoping to at Danville you may nominate. whom '.of nate a candidatu for circuit judge. Luy, who is the republican nominee for ing and election sure by any means. Have your house Oiled while the ground is dry. hear favorably from you on the They would have made nomination for tho ollice, doesn't seem to be in it this Last year tho National democrats M Muv, I remain your true friend, representative, but Hon. Wright Kol-le- time by a large majority. drew away from the democratic party 19 W. L. Dawson. an aspirant, would not submit. He as a matter of principle. This year Mr. Dawson Is now tho republican was tho nominee of tho party In 18P.1 they unite with the republicans as a RELIGIOUS county judge. Will tho g' x nominee for .mm :i .ZfSs-and was overwhelmingly defeated, matter of interest. Winchester Demparty supjwrt such a lightning turn- while Hradley carried tho county by The Rev. John Thotna-)- pastor of the ocrat. Exactly. Here, however, to coat ? lffiVirirrit nr 100. He claims that Hradley and his Methodist church at Williamsburg, is their credit be' It said, they will sup!.vj leaders traded him oil. Tho skeleton dead after a brief illness. port the full democratic ticket. VICINITY NEWS. Dr. Carter Helm Jones, of Louisville, has been brought from tho closet and The Louisville Capital, rep., says Keone, Jescamlno county, has u doz- Is stalking abroad, creating consterna- has been called by the Second Uaplist that It does not intend that Attorney tion In tho ranks. Kelley will likely church of Richmond, Va. General Taylor shall be governor, or en or moro cases of scarlet fever. Tho meeting at Goshen held by Fids. that he shall bo tho republican nomitho run independent. The committee calld of hay standing at A iN'leholashvlllo doK)t caught lire from ed a mass convention to meet hero next J. G. Livingston and Joe Severance nee for governor, or that he shall even Thursday at 2 o'clock to nominate for closed Sunday with i:i additions. be a candidate for the nomination. u spark and burned. Rev. A. S. MolTett, of Lebanon, was That is a pretty broad statement, but Everything In stock to supply j'our wants. Leech, of Mlddlesboro, fell representative. It Is said that L. F. Herbert from a chestnut tree and sustained In- Hubble und Jonas Moborly will submit hero yesterday en route to Faint Lick it Is made deliberately, with a full their claims for that olllco and J. Hunt to hold a meeting at Rev. A. W. Craw- knowledge of what it means and full juries from which ho died. of tho oldest brake-me- n McMurtry for county attorney, claim- ford's church. And Stationer nt the Lowest Cash Prices. preparation to make good the prom Hen Lloyd, ono I lB ing that tho nominations by "Ethel, what aro you doing with that ise threat or whatever you may please the comon tho L. & K., foil freight near Shepherdsvlllo and had mittee some time ago wcro Illegally concordance ?" "I'm looking through to make of it. R. C. O. Benjamin, a colored lawyer both legs cut olT. Ho died In a short made. A lively tlmo Is expected. J. the H's, grandma, to see if there Is any1 Doty Is also an independent candi- thing In tho Bible about bicycle riding of Winchester, is organizing 'Inde-pendoDRUGGIST, 8TANFORD, KY. time. date for representative and the ball on Sunday being wrong." Negro Political Leagues" and In Morcer county, Thomas and A little bltsy mouse started on an after he has ono In each county ho will Throlkeld quarreled, when tho rolls on. Look out for unexpected deexploring expedition in the Versailles call a State convention. In Jessamine former In tho thigh, velopments. latter shot tho Tho democrats of Garrard have Christian church last Sunday and suc- it is said tho league numbers 500. The tho ball ranging upward and producing fought against gren odds for years, ceeded in almost cleaning out tho fem- object Is to break up the clannish vot. a probably fatal wound. ing of tho republican ticket, to call a Unless they receive moro nld from notwithstanding they held tho county inine portion of the. congregation. 12 years, beginning In 1882. Rev. G. W. Young, pastor of tho hall to tho voting of the republican tho outsldo tho striking miners who olllces for btlll hold out In tho Jellico district will Tho patronage of tho collector's olllcc Methodist church, Richmond, has been ticket simply because It Is republican, A number of was one of tho chief burdens for a long selected to conduct tho Hlblo course, and to establish the political indepensoon return to work. time, being operated here by republi- which has been added to tho curricu- dence of the Negro so that ho will vote mines have resumed work. ( brother cans. Another trouble has existed in lum of tho Sue Dennett Memorial for the men and tho ticket which will Hy tho death of n bachelor bo to the Negro's own direct benelit. In Oregon, who left no will, Capt. A. tho fact that Lancaster was tho home School, London. Neur Grayson, this State, Green man of Lebanon, Is of more prominent republicans than Ollutt, tho lumber In Its Invitation to Mr. Watterson about to conic Into possession of a largo any other town in tho State, and they Clark, shot and killed his to conio back to the fold, the Glasgow hnvo always exerted an influence Frank Owens. Tho latter and his wife News says: There need bo no formal landed estate, :t00 horses, etc. created In tho against democratic success. Among had parted and when Owens went to ceremonies about It. All you havo to A new chair has been HIol-og- y them the names of Gen. W. J. Clark's homo and demanded their child do Is to take Illndman's name from the faculty of Herea College, that of Gov. W. O. Hradley, Judge Geo. he was shot between the eyes with a head of your editorial columns, put 1'rof. S. C. Maand Horticulture. in THE son, late of the State Agricultural Col- Denny, Judge Duncan and Col. Dan 11. rille. lis place thut of Sam J. Shackelford, ' On account of ill health Eld. C. E Thoroughbred Dure: Jsrsey RED HOGS lege at Manhattan, Kas., hut been Collier can bo mentioned. It is also a witn mo rooster on top, roll up your fact that the county Is 150 republican, Powell tendered his resignation as pas- sleeves, spit on your hands and go in elected to till tho chair. without an attempt to induce any of tor of tho Christian church to date for old time democracy, honest governTho residences of Charles Cloyd and My breeders wcro selected from the bent herds ol them to turn from their way Add to from tho fourth Sunday in October. ment, free trade and free sliver and of this (anions breed of wlne In several Statin A L. D. Held In South Somerset burned splendid lot ofpljriof ditlercnt agea for sale. 11 red is very loath to give Mr. against government by injunction, and Satisfaction guaranteed sowsaiicclaltr Friday. Lo,s $2,000; Insurance, 81,200. these statements tho truth that about Tho churchand solicited. Address was unquestionably who once supported the democratic Powell up, he drummer, who was in 75, you aro wo want, and there What Joe Tlrookn, tho R. H. BRONATJGH, nominees, aro likely to go astray in No" upon the threshold of a must success- what all good men want, is to defeat Somerset at tho time, says that there sli Orchard, Ky. vember, and the outlook Is discourag ful pastorate. Mlddlesboro Herald. Bailoy. You can not do it with Hind-mawere II tiro alarms during tho day. ing. Yet, The meeting at tho Christian church can get together, Wo can do it with Shackelford Capt. James C. Bryant, before the they can win, for tho people are already was to have closed hist night, much to Yellow fever continues to find fresh ROM-o- r IIOXOK. The following pu- If we unite on him. Had you rather grand jury jury said hu conLexington tired of republican misrule and broken the regret or all who have enjoyed and see Hlndman poll 20,000 votes and Bai plls of the public school wero not tardy victims in tho South. Sunday's record desidered that his porsonal safety by the eloquent and con- ley elected, than for Hlndman to poll or ubscnt a day and were good in dc- - includes one death each at Edwardt., until after promises of prosperity and general re- Been benefited manded that ho go lief. 'Their methods and plans are dis vincing series of sermons preached by no votes nt nil and Shackelford elect- pertinent and lessons for the 1st month Ocean Springs and Scranton, with 2.'l th.. .iiwt inn. but tho L'rand jury didn't tasteful to many of their own party. Elder S. F. Fowler, of Howling Green. room new cases at Edwards, 17 at New Or- think so and indicted him. Hryant is Thoy claim to bo a party of good mor There havo been six additions to tho ed 'i That is tho question. Will you ending Sept. 25: In Mr. Grubbs' Carpenter, Howard leans, live at Mobile and ono atCallfor- come ? Come now. Barnett. Jus. a Lincoln county product. als and yet thoy are constantly viola membership, only one, however, by Goleman, Ev Hall.Weuron Ilughes,.Tno. nia, La. The only druggist at Edwards adoptThe city council of Plnevlllo ting tho election laws and tho code of confession. WILLIAMS AND AIcCLURK SURE Menefee, James Phillips, Caswell Suuf- - is a victim of the disease. There havo ed an ordinanco reducing the salary of morals, by the use of money and whit-k- y Tho Increase by confession of faith WINNEKS. ley, Everett Stone, Lawrence VanArs - been a total of 170 cases and seven the mayor from SIIOO to $12.1, that of church, both to inllucuco the voters. It is stated to tho Presbyterian East- - .deaths at r.uwaras. Mt. Veknon, Sept. 27. It seems as .ii mi r!,.n0.v Wri.'ht. Addle the police judge to tho same figure and that much of tho drunkenness and dis Northern and Southern, Is falling off and Lucy J. M. Me In the trial of Frith, Annie cutting their own pay to U a night for orderly conduct of lato has resulted at a rapid rate. In 1891 there was an If a republican majority of (if2 issuio land, Carrie O'Bannon, Allie and Knight, of Louisville, for embez.lo Myrtle not exceeding 12 nights in a year. Tho from treats and tho free uso of liquor Increase of 74,820 In tho Northern to be overcome by U. G. Williams, Massey, McKln-noy'- s tuent, etc., which will come up in the promptly'vetoed the ordinance, by republican candidates. It is yot church, which number decreased each democrat, over D. V. Uethurum for Susan VanArsdale. In Miss mayor room, Thomas and James Greer, Federal court in that city Octobor 25, This but tho council la in earnest and will hoped that the people will rise in a year till 1807, when it is only 57,011, county judge of Koekeastle. Newland, Win. CS witnesses have been summoned. Col. next meeting pass it over tho ve- tiiiivs and elect tho entire democrutlu tho Southern decreasing in the same sounds like there is faotuothinjj rotten, George Menefee, Irwin at its Breckinridge will bo of conneither with tho candidates or party Robinson, Clyde and Howard Withers, W. C. P. to. ticket. Tho democrats may yot nomi- tlmo from 11,008 to 10,502. and Mary ed for the defense. and Allie Wallace, Pearl As regular as tho years roll abound, ring. I am told if tho entiro county Harry Glovanolll, who has boon with nate candidates for sheriff and repreTho Ohio penitentiary authorities is presented with the petitions now in Uondron, Roberta O'Bannon, Jennie 1(5 sentative, and with a steady pull to- our old friend, E. B. Caldwell, Jr., this olllco for tho greater part of Number on roll of and Statu otlicials uro planning a aud Martha Wren. years, has been taken Into a moro ac- gether and u proper regard for party brings tho minutes of tho Cumberland circulation that R. G. Willlums will be honor, lxys 17; girls 12. Tqtal num- scheme to havo criminals carried by of lldolity und obligations, tho entire re- River Association, of which he has beeu endorsed by the largest petition, active association In tho management ber enrolled to date 10!). Average at- express companies in steel wire cages clerk for a decado or moro, to print, cording to tho number of voters in the tendance 84. Average mark 8(. Num- as express matter and. save the expense the news and business departments of publican ticket will be defeated. no was in Friday and left those of tho county that lias over been presented to tho Advocate. Mr. Henry E. Wool-fol- k ber of days taught, HI. The trustees of ollleers. Raymond Bush rod, who outraged meeting at Ephesus, in this county. any county court clerk. will continue In charge of tho ediA Missouri fair association recently George W. MeCiuro, tho democratic ordered the school closed last four days torial policy of tho paper Danville Miss Maggio Roberts, near Potrio, Tho association Is composed of 10 candidate, is a sure of school on account of tho death of lit- offered a liberal premium to the best winner, as tho reHancock county, Saturday, was hanged churches and each was represented Advocate. , of diphtheria and looking old maid between .'i0 and 10 by a mob in court square at Hawesvillo either by messengers or letter and the publican candidate against him for tle Sam Embry Hays In tho ilscnl year whleh closeu June Sunday. Tho efforts of tho sheriff to county attorney, has undertaken to tho prevalence of that disease, but tho years of age. It is needless to stato there wero no contestants. York Central rail- remove him to Oweusbord wore Inter- report shows an iucreaso of member- carry a loud through on his back, school was resumed yesterday. HO, 1807, tho Now ship by baptism of IS I and by letter of 2:1,000,000 passengers, and Principal; Miss Annie Tho government reports that there E. L. Grubbs, road carried Negro confessed, and also 85; a decrease by death of III, by exclu- which has htuek him in tho mire for- cepted. Tho of that ouormouH army not ono passen- acknowledged two other crimes of like ever so far as olllco is concerned in MoKlnnoy, 1st Assistant; Miss Allie aro 311,081) women in thu professions sion of HO and crusuro of 81, leaving a .,..,. um fatally Iniured. It Is safer to now against ;I2,2.VJ in 1S70. Tho numVanArsdale, 2d Assistant. oharactor. Tho mob was uniraskcd total membership of 2,2311. Tho asso- this county. ber of preachers Increased from f7 to rldo on that road than to stay ut homo. and no effort was made to conceal tho Tho independent republican candim ciation meets next year at Salem, PuDo you play whist, euchre or other 1,1411 and lawyors from live to 208. as his opponent date has a walk-oveV. P. V. playing card Is Sylvanus Johnson was hung at Koy Identity of tho lynchers. laski county. It is estimated that in tho past week has a load on his back largo enough games? Tho Tho drouth throughout East Tonnes, card on the sportsmen from this plaeo have killed Flu., for rupo. Tho bhcrili made West batter than tiny Physicians report 100 cases of ty- for four mules to carry. Hurrah for is tho l. cents lor ono ucck ur 2,000 doves in Bonta Bros, hemp field u bungling job of It, tho rope slipping see, North Georgia and Alabama Im- - the Independent candidates, for they market. Send who strug- - worst in years. At Shollmound, Tenn., phoid fever near Willlamstown. ..mw thn victim's ehlnn. 2o cents for two decks, (stamps or curScott's. Hurrodsburg j from springs is are for truth and right. rency) to C. B. Kyau, nss't gen 1 pass'r and 1,000 in Ike gled violently for 10 minutes and was stock Is dying by tho wholesale and i puro drinking water Democrat. A Rki'uhlica.w ugt., C. & O. Ry., Cincinnati, uniu tho cause. the corn' crop is burned up. tho end of 25. MISS I.IZ7AK IXHJI.F, aug-plc- es Sccrotary of State Charles Finlcy Is advertised to make a dozen speeches in Casey beginning Oct. 2. Gov. McCreary gives it as his opin. ion that the United Stales will tako no decisive step with reference to Cuba. Tho Courier-Journspeaks of tho Owen News as a dish rag and calls the editor a donkey and blatherskite. This calls for pistols and coffee. Judge Fontaine T. Fox Indited some pertinent Interrogatories to Brer Hind-ma- n In tho Louisville Dispatch, which is hoped that tho old Methodist will answer. Only 15 people wero on hand at Covington to hear the debato between Bailey and Parker, the republican and populist nominees for appellate clerk, and the speaking was declared off. Judge Noble, of Louisville, decided when he had the facts fully before him, that tho attempt of Mr. Todd's managers to put an extra number of Negroes on the juries was illegal, and that new lists would have to be al ex-hort- cr Large Manufacturers To get tho Iw'- -t innterlnl thoy nino for the Least Money mid wo lot 3011 hate thu -inn" pull on us mid therefore ask cm to look at our Of Mens'. Hoys and Children's Clothing and Imj FALL LINE!! lo'nvlnced. finest lmcs Neatest Neckwear, Nobbiest Hats. StvlMi Plilrts. Manlmttan fchlrts. 'Stetson Hats. A STRONG PULL ities: e: Xos.5.-J- G-LOB- Z J. h. niOHMAX and S.'W Main St., - fc CO.. - Danville, Ky. Where to Send My Girl to School Send Her to Stanford College. prep-pare- d. 1 non-partis- II 1 ia I II - VERY LOW PRICES. St to-da- lth I Special Prices on CaivLoad Lots. y, , J. H. BAUGHMAN itttttttett&ttki!G& '' :iwrcitariw . . CO. "i" -- ;i--- T - - r ' Scfioof BooRs. car-loa- SCHOOL I'.A.IBnLjZEI'S '" nt Jo-so- I PWIWg METAL ROOFING. eincJ W. B. MoROBZKTS. FLOORING, E,! A-G-SIH- son-in-la- CEILING, Lun-drai- n, Farm ? xsir Yard X SIDING, STANFORD, KT, FINISH. Fence. Corres-Indeuc- o t; :l ! n. ' m 1 d K.-an- J J er -- ,- m r, 50-co- nt - alive at , - - Sl &&& - .wi - rjLSl: .la .v, - V- - ii y. If 1. JtL "MWOiin i i iu n fii.i,iLii- ii. fF 1? I IT ':! 1 I! tr a sn Rff f 1 constituents and that is best subserved by putting only democrats on guard. In this county and everywhere they have been tried the republicans have been found wanting and made a miserable mess in administering affairs. As a general thing they are venal, where they are not Incompetent, and whon they combine both of those disqualifications, as in many cases, the devil is tb pay. The Intkkiou Jocunal stands for government by the people and for the people and this it believes can only bo attained by putting good men in office, such as the democracy of this county and most of the others 1ms placed in The Times must not nomination. us in its own little half bushmeasure el. Hominy may be more to it than harmony, if so every om to his liking. We are for democracy and democratic candidates and shall seek them first, beliqvlng that all other good things shali bo added to us. Tho democrats have put up tickets In every way superior to the republis and as democrats anJ good can citizens, It is the duty as It should be tho pleasure of every faction to vote for them. It is simply a aholco between good democrats and bad republicans. lay-out- on the 0th day of August, 1S07, the first day of the August term of Lincoln CounJOURNAL phatically that he told a Louisville An avalanche of Ice, rocks and dirt ty Court, and It appearing to the satisany one else that Post correspondent or faction of the Judge of snitl Court that a Gov. Hradlcy was at the bottom of tho buried IS gold seekers on the Chllkoot wrltlt-- application asking for a vote upon the proposition to have free turnpikes Hunter bribery indictment and reas trail. Stanford. K.v . -- Sept. 28. 1S97 serts that neither tne governor nor Tho California wine crop is estimat und gravel roads in Lincoln County, Ky , was heretofore to wit , on the 12th d.iv Senator Hlaekburn had anything what ed at 'JO.000,000 gallons, the greatest of July, the first day of tho July term of said Court, ISO?, presented to and receivever to do with the matter. The Post's slnco JS02. W. P. WALTON. K. M. Breeding's livery stable at ed by the Judge of said Court, nnd that personal antipathy to Gov. Uradley -a application carries it often to the point of ridlcu-losit- y Glasgow burned together with llvo said writtenvoters of said wax Igncd by to County equal number of TICKET. valuable horses. DEMOCRATIC In its efforts to got something on Our counters and shelves are groaning under the weight of new more than 15 per cent of the legal voter John Wlllson, of Glasgow, ended a of said fount' cast at the Inst proceeding SHACKELFORD him. Wo are no apologist for the gov Cl'k; goods and still they continue to come. Some brand new attractions ForAphte ernor or his administration, but we do prolonged spreo by putting a bullet general election held in said ouuty which Circuit Judge, M.C.SAFFLEY. was a general nnd regular election and it this week. It is a great harvest for all who are looking for bargains. through his brain. Cam'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. believe that he ought to bo given fair Smith, a prominent ho further appearing that the object and pur- Every day something new,-- every time something good. You bejin William W. treatment even by a hostile press. The '. NORTH. pose of said petition and wiiitcu applica Representative, mere suggestion that he was a party to tel man and turfman of Cynthlana, was tion mo to remove all doubts an to the va to feel chilly now and it is time for you to discard that summer un '. BAILEY. " County Judge, found dead in bed. lidity of the election on free turupUes County Clerk, - GJ?0. 7;. COOPER. such a conspiracy naturally made Gov. derwear for something warmer. Wc are a public benefactor when it Eleven people wore bitten by a. mad and gaavel roads in Lincoln County, and very Indignant and he denounc Bradley County Attonwn, UAUVKY HELM. and three have carry out the will of the people on free comos to health giving and warmth giving ed both thostoiyand tho motive of it in dog near Scranton, Pa., ' Circuit Clerk, turnpikes in said Cotintv as expressed at J. F. HOLDAM. died of hydrophobia. the last November election, and to inline Sicr.y, - - .5.1.V' V OWEXS the strong manner in which he is eni- In a lit of Insanity Wesley Nudlng, the sale of bonds Issued for the puichuc DERORJ). able. "1 never sUib my enemies in the " Jailer, GEO. II'. Lincoln oiiuty at a preback," ho added. "In other words I do of Shelbyvlllo, Ind., killed'hls wife and of the pines in a ' Atttmr, - - C. G. MAKER. mium and not nnd thu'petitloners fatallv wounded himself. Into " Coroner, - - HIV. LA IfDO RAF. not adopt their tactics." And those making William Meyer, of Dayton, O. died Court, a said application having paid pay 25c for men's Merino and ribbed shirts. 50c for men's wool fleeced know him can testify that this is Millie eat niuninil of money to Supt. Schools, GARLAND JLXGLETOX" Ills for this order and the expense of printing shirts. S 1 for men's natural wool suit?. Si. 50 per suit for men's all of a catllsh sting ue. With Hunter any means is justi- - from the effects For Magistrate, - - J. 11. RAISES. and advertising and other necessary ex- wool llablo to end. Hradlcy lights iu the sufferings were intense. scarlet medicated underwear, worth $250. 50c for ladies' un- -' A gasoline tank in a drug store at pense connected with the o ectlon praj-c- d open and scorns to take a mean advanfor. it U now therefore otdcred that ion suits, fUecc line, worth ?6z'. also lifts up tage. 20c for fleeced pants and vests, Balnbrldgc, O., exploded, killing two an election beheld in Lincoln Coiiutv, Ky Tub Stanford Jocknwl. ' its volco for harmony ami hominy. bought to sell at 35c. 20c per pair for men's wool half hose. 25c and wounding eight persons. on at "Let us." It says, addressing the sound Did anybody over hear of plain, George Winston, colored, has been of the next regular electionthan tho -- d day pair for UOdays InNovember, 18!t7, more ladies' fine, all wool hose, worth .Oc. money democrats, "defeat the republi- every day for misses' entering of this tervening hut ween democrats cans, and it will be easy enough to get licans ? Nay, verily. fusing with repub- oondcnined'to death at Paducali for der and the day of the regular election,or and children's fine wool hose. to And you never murdering Vina Stubbletleld. the together nf that." It Is the same old take the sense of the qualified and legal story of the devil sick and the dev.il will. Sum ford JOUKN'AL. Frank Anderson, of Hartwell, Ohio, voter of said Coiiutv upon the proposiCOMFORTS AND HLANKETS. New, fresh goods and what Tho Democrat will answer Its conLouisville Times. well. temporary's ingenious conundrum by drank embalming lluld by mistake for tion to have free turnpike and gravel wc offer you now ate bargains only obtainable here. Our esteemed contemporary Is 50c each for roads in Lincoln County, and Thomas P. another. Did anybody over hear of whisky and died In a few hours. informed that there Is little plain, every day democrats fusing with Ncwlnud, theShiTiii'uf Lincoln County, a good, fancy quilted comfort- - $1 each for for full satinc com"hominy" for us In the election of a populists and free silver republicans ? Postmaster Amos West, of Mayllcld, Is hereby directed to open a poll nt e;lch fort, with white cotton filling. $2 each for large size English figured B. Happy and all of the prccinc's and voting plares ticket. The iNTKltiou If our contemporary will permit us the has been removed and A. democratic iu said I ounty of Lincoln, at the time satine comfort, best filling and handsome designs. En- temporarily named to succeed him. 75c pair for full JOUKNAL lives and has Its being with- use of his own terse and inimitable heretofore designated for the purpose of glish, we will reply: Nav, verily. And George V. White was sent to prison taking theieiicof the qualified voters of gray and white blankets. $1.50 and $2 pair for extra sfer, all the aid or consent of any party on you never will. Harrodsburg Demoout for (10 days and lined 100 at Atlantic the County of Lincoln, on the proposition wool, red and white blanks with fancy borders. earth. It draws its sustenance and crat. recited support directly from the people to The Intkkiou Jolmixai, take no City, N. J., for scalping railroad tick- iifuti'stiid,nnd for the reason said Thom-in the written application The DRESS GOODS In new and stylish effects bought before the responsible, and it stock in any kind of fusion, but there ets. whom it is directly as J). Xewland, Sheriff nfuresaid, will have as well under republi- is more reason for tho fusion of which grand jury has failed to return this order published iu the Intuhiou general advance that is to take place in wool goods and you may have The prospers about can rule as democrat, "hominy Is out our contemporary speaks than of gold indictments against tho lynchers of JorhN.w,, a newspaper published at Stan- them at low tariff prices. 20c buys nice, all wool dress goods in of the question with it. Good govern- democrats and republicans. There are live men at Versailles, Ind., 10 days ford. Kv . for at cms! ;0 das inior to the the same beautiful patterns. e'eetion and will alo adve life 35c is our price per yard for 36 inch all wool Ser....... i i . ment, and that alone interests it and Its points of agreement between tho form- ago. i i.ni' i ...i :.. Cait. Noi:l. Gainks denies most em- THE INTERIOR -- News Briefly Told Still Soiling Od At The Louisville Store. f .. 1 J. In, Underwear andHosiery !2cpair rcs-ectful- ly sie sie er, while there is not a single one between tho Indianapolis promulgation and the republican platform, except possibly that both arc here for the otllces, tho first declaring straight out for the gold standard and the latter for bimetallism with international agreement, tho one for a tariff for revenue only, the other for protection, and so on. So.MKonehas been' sending anonymous Communications to the Bowling Green Courier, to show that the Ixti:-kioJouknal. is weakening on Its stand for democracy, but our good friend, Dr. Woods, defends us so ably and to fully that it leaves us nothing to say. When wo wrote recently that the Will Cato, in jail at Princeton, for four consr.ic.ous i.ace in each voting killing Dave Askew, has con fussed to precinct, for the mine length of tlmo ami for e killing and robbing .a Negro throe at court house door. The heunion by the the purpco of aforesaid hall he d months ago. miiup oliircrt. who hold the regular deA mob at New Orleans partially election and iu all ro,sp?cts held stroyed a line school building which iu aceoitiance witti ine provisions oi uie had been ordered, turned into a yellow general election law of this State The micitioii. "Arc von in favor of free fever hospital. turnpikes and grave roads ?" to be printBy the explosion of a threshing ma- ed on the Imllut as provided for in the chine engine one man was killed nnd general election law, K'dion H5P, Kenseven Injured, two of them fatally, in tucky statues. Lin-Io- i... ges in blue and black, a 50c value- 75c yard for all wool broadcloth suitable for J.jc'ics tailor made suiting, 54 inches wiVc. - SHOES AND HOOTS. Never before lave we so completely filled up with shoes aid boots from floor to ceiling. The styles and ,n, ..... nr.. i .,..,,.,,,.. w ...i.muii, u... miiihc .iu r. .:.. uut ...... ... wc can lit any iooc aim any taste at a reasonable price, lake a look at our CLOTH. ING and overcoats especially. It is the biggest line in town. . ., .,..,.., sy f-- the way, is a mighty smart man and knows it all, says he will not pay out any part of the sum of $100,000 appropriated for the erection of two schools of reform until Auditok STONi:, who by ho Is compelled by mandamus to do so, $10,000, with but l,u00 Insurance. the leading democrats in MadiThe police have to guard tho public son county, who last year voted against shool at Alton, III., day and night to Bryan, have declared for the democratwho are deic nominees for county otllces, and the keep out colored children manding admission. The Negioes will Register, which has been disposed to k kick out of tho traces, has hoisted the appeal to tho Federal courts. Boston The Kteniner Hope, reached full tickot from Shackelford down to It will profrom the its mast head, and In a well written ar- Sunday Brooklyn, Arctic. where the ceed to ticle urges all democrats to rally to the question in mandamus proceedings, support of a good ticket and thereby meteorite will be lifted from the hold by aid of the mammoth crane at tho nawhon we shall know whether Brer. secure good government. vy yard. Stone Is tho "great I am" of Kentucky or not. The Hendricks county, Ind., grand Till: Louisville Capital refers to Senator Deboo as "that barrel of jury refused to indict Noah Bancy, U. S. JuDtii: KlLGOKK, familiarly known as "Buck," and who became fa- salt pork" and to Sam Roberts as "that who confessed that he killed the wife which to tho av- of Rev. W. E. Illnshaw and tho latter mous while In Congress because ho de- little will have to spend the rest of his days. clined to sit still and bo counted in a erage republican is little short of But Forrester usually calls a In the penitentiary. quorum by Speaker Heed, and kicked the House door down when it was spade u spade and Is as quick to see the Mk. E. O. SiNULirrON telephoned us beam In his own party men's eyes as barred against his egress, died at yesterday from Turneravlllo that ho I. T., after a short illness. He the mote in the democractlc optics. hud received the certflicato from tho was a very popular man and besides Tiik Louisville Dispatch surprised authorities of his brother Garland Sin three terms in Congress, he was elected to many other otllces of trust and and delighted Its patrons Sunday with Kleton's cnialllicatlons for county sup edition, brimful of good erintendent. honor, after his return from the war, a In which he suffered many wounds for things. Tho paper teems to be A biy crowd attended court at Lanbeyond even the expectations of the Southern cause. He was a strong caster yesterday, but It was a poor day supporter of Cleveland from lirst to iu friends. for trading. Hardly a third of tho 200 last and at the close of his CongresTho auditor takes a hitch in his cattle on the market changed hands, ' sional term, the president appointed pants and remarks: Well, It don't owing no doubt to the dry weather. The LJ. S. judgshlp, which he was him ton j,'o. See?" Right hero the legisla-- ! heal price realized was for a bunch of filling at the time of his death. ture Is supposed to "drop dead." but it feeders which brought about Ic; two doesn't. In brief tho Legislature ap- and d steers sold at ' to IF tho North Middletowu girl who married a member of the Shuker Med- propriated $100,000 for the reformatory ."Ifc; heifer 2f to .'lc. Mule colts were $10(1. icine Company doesn't keep a sharp and tho auditor, refuses to pay It be- dull ut 20 to sin. Horses S'J.i to cause it is to be paid out of funds "not look out on him he'll Shaker before the year is gone. Women who marry otherwlseappropriated." Itlsa rather Election on Option of Fres Turnpikes. o men they think they know often got dangerous thing for the auditor to out thin onenppropriatiou to bo do- -' fooled and those who marry a stranger elarod void, when ho is ovory day Isand a fakir after less than a two weeks' suing interest-bearin- g Lincoln County Court Kcgular warrants onoth- - ho'd Auirustterm 1407. I. Wm. L. Daw- 0th. acquaintance will live t' regret' it but er or no hotter elnims. It is perfectly on .Indue presiding, in the matter of free Once that is all their lives. eridont that the auditor has Jiado a turnpikes and gravel roads iu Lincoln ..... (Vl)UUt . ti Kn.. (JUATKMAI..A is in a state of torror. mtftitfilrn finrl ia tliMir decide which 't? Adan ffSl'Slftnd oih.' Barlos has lost his head, through four when he undertakes of assassination, and Is recklessly or- appropriations aro void and which are er!i voters of Lincoln County heretofore directed to and received by tho Judge of dering peoplo shot or imprisoned. By ' go at once. There Crayfconnow has an ordinance that all means let Hunter ....., . nf. .w may be a chance of having his head i all min must h nir tho . ... in i. . mar .ICnil Ol .i. imi-uu- i i.. r.. ....... V.UI1II, ywiunj llio i: ' M, or pay $.". off. submitted to tho Judge of said Court cut Wus ALL 100-to- n 2'jO-pou- holding that the act of the Legislature appropriating the 8100,000 providing for tho appointment of commissioners, etc., Is void and can not bo oboyed, it was passed by the Legislature and this money appropriated out of funds "not otherwise appropriated," at a time when every legislator knew, or should have known, that the cxlsing tax rate and levy were not sulliclent to pay the running expenses of tho government, to say nothinir of the out standing warrants and Uoatlug indebtedness. Mr. Stone may bo right, but that remains to be seen. A court of competent jurisdiction will pass on the be-cau- so North Dakota. 'William A. Pinkorton, tho famous defective, is quoted as saylug Dick Tate Is alive and owns a big coffee plantation In Brazil. Three witnesses have sworn at Chicago that they saw Mrs. Luetgert after the day on which she is supposed to "agitation of the currency question have been murdered. could do no good in this canvass, when Prosperity doesn't seem to have no officer elected will have anything to struck the Kaufman-Wilso- n depart do with its solution." we simply stated ment store at Lexington. Leastwise it tho case. We were not trying to dodge has assigned for fSo.OOO. any Issue or to express any change of A Negro assaulted and almost murheart. We want above all things to sec dered a young white woman near democrats elected In November and we in Hancock county. He was caught would not put a feather In the way of and will probably be lynched. any man, who wants to aid us in their Fred Moore, the Negro who narrowelection. ly escaped death at the hands of a mob, TilK editor of the Frankfort Argus, was convicted of criminal assault at Squire Pat McDonald, was belalored Nashville and sentenced to hang. John Campe was caught under the with a whip in the hands of an angry female when he wont to his door in an amphitheatre at tho Maysvllle fair swer to a ring, no shoved lier off from looking at the women's limbs that dan him and she fell down tho steps, cut- gled down nnd was promptly jailed. ting her head, but not seriously. The Charles Meredith, of Edmondson woman, who is a grass widow, took um- county, eloped with his sister-in-labrage at a squib In the squire's paper, who is also his partner's wife. Tho which he says had no reference to her. couple wore captured at MeDanlcls. Of course no stigma attaches to such At Mlllersburg tho Masonic and an affair. Any man Is liable to run up Town Hall, Miss Sallie Barnott's mil against such a womon and at a time linery store and Cale Carrlngton's reswhen It is least expected. idence burned Sunday morning. Loss i: Pe-trl- e, State of Kentucky, Set. County of Lincoln, j A. UitHANsKV A CO, I'noruiCTOKs. n coI, James E. Cummins, clerk of the T. I). KAXKY, Makaukii county court, do hereby certify that h e foregomc order is a true and correct Paris, Carlisle, Mt.Stetling, Ilardstown, LawrcnccUurg, Cynthiana, Versailles, copy of same, as appears on the records in Georgetown, Elitabetlitown. Frankfort, nnd Mauckiwrt, Ind. my office. Witness my hand this Kith day of AuAttest gust, 1S97. .IAS. F. CTMMINS, CIer Lliico n County Court. In obdience to the foregoing order of the Lincoln County ( ourt. which is made part of this notice, an election will In! held at all the regular voting place i ti said county, for the purpose named iu .said order'at the next regular election which will be held November -. 1M17, which election shall in all respects be held iu accordance with the provisions of the general election law of this State. T I) NEWLANI). Sheriff Lincoln County, Ky Uuliber Coats, 31 relics, Trnnk.s and Valises. i THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Etui-nonc- e, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Heavy Boots, iInt Low. '- Gents' Furnishing Goods Tcnn.s Cash. rices Election on Bond Issue. l Special term Lincoln Conn l v Court held August Otli; 1S97, Hon Win L. Pauson, Judge, presiding, with the following Justices of the 1'uace Juo Edu iston, A (!. Faulkner and J. W. Walter A motion was made, Pccnudul nnd carried, that an election 1m; ami thu. Mime is hereby called to be held at the next regular election in Lincoln County, which does not occur in sixty days from this date, to wit. on tho lid day of Noveinbur, 1SP, to ascertain whether or not the legal voters of Lincoln ( ounty are iu favor ol empowering and authoiiziug the Fiscal Court of said County, to issue ami bonds from time to time within the constitutional limitations for the purpose of purchasing and maintaining the turnpike toads of Lincoln 'ounty, free of toll to the traveling public, said bonds to boar interest not exceeding six per cent, per with cou annum tmvable pons attached; to be iu denominations of not less than f 1011 nor more than $1,000 to run not more than ilO years and to be within tht time at hu pleasure of the Court, and to be sold at not less than par value 'I he Sheriff, of Lincoln County is directed to advertise said elec tion and the object (hereof for at least I'.O days beforehand in the Interior Journal and Stanford Commercial, two newspapers published iu Stanford, ly , and also s post'd'up, at not by printed hnud-hi- l less than four public places in each vot-ing precinct, of Lincoln County, and nt the Court house door in Stanford. Kv Alt legal voiers oi Lincoln Louniv snnn be priviledged to vote at said election. The same olhcers that hold the regular Fb-capn-senscmi-annuall- H. J. McROBERTS. TRUSSES. I Ijttwt and most approved Stylos and Ev.-r- m nt liuur.iiiteiMl. plete Line of - Aiim- - Pountain- and Household Syringes, Hot Water and Ice Bags, ;4r"And Surgical Supplies n SHliiltv Wc guarantee Prices anl Quality. v CRAIG & HOOKER. A j I Word To You. nlinstcver standpoint, e have decided to adopt WU Having considered the question from carpet-bagger- ." sae-releg- e. 1 THE CASH., SYSTEM, ituglnnliig.luly I, IeU7, believing Ard-mor- e, ' ,,., )!l(i (,.)N tu w our ,,, tiuil it will accumulate, consequently ,, kv,, ttl, more satisfactory to U.tli buyer mid seller, can soil goods cl'iimiier. It will take much , t,m, ,s vorv roas()1 w, . t Ik) wo 24-pa- prosi-pct-in- ir three-year-ol- sin-gl- ! ---- i.ti-iir.,.. H" wX?Sl with the general election laws of this vantage, wo win not kick on your miymg rrom mercnanis wlio sell on credit. Wuarosat-State. and all at the regular voting plac- - Wled vo can soil you goods from 10 to W per cent, cl.uapor than tho credit men and till Very truly, es of Lincoln County The question; should certainly bo an Inducement to you. , "Aro you in fnvor of issuing bonds for rm the purchase and maintenance of the turn AM 11 9 M MX M OC nikn roads of this Cnnnlv froo of lull in the traveling public,' shall lie printed on the ballots as provided by section !!) of the Kentucky Statutes. The olllcers of tl e election nrc directed to certify tho rc- su It tlieicot as required by aw Headed by U. S. MOOEI., HO. 30,353. ,. r i.. t. 'on of klovor.Model, o. yu, , in. llio greatest breeding hog living, and lll?VIII.P"U ' Cl ounty of Lincoln, j I'l.AttliK. No. lL'.frji. sou of the World's I'olumblaii t'liiiiiiiiiiin. r'lr.n.r.. v.. n ,..- - .'.. I, James E. Cummins, Clerk of the toppy wmng boars ready for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and bredsowH Lincoln County Court, doecitify that tho iispvclalty, fiysalo, This stock Is; strictly II rt class In every rospeot, with foregoing order is u tf no and eoirect copy pedigrees. mew luasouuiiie anil Niiiisiunitiu guaranteed. Write our wants or cotnu and of wiiue, os appears on tho recoids In my hLt! ",'v ,,i,J,""1 , Cows for sale. They are good ones. A No Mammoth Pekln Duck olllce. Witness my Hand this l.'ltli. dav A L. lH'MlI.KV. lto la.v' Dumviii.. ' I'glC. 9i ror i.i. ,.r Atluust, 1K97. .J . ( CUMIN'S, J AS. V. Attest: Clerk Lincoln Countv t ourt. In obedience to the foregoing order of the Eiscnl I ourt of Lincoln County, which is made part of this nbtice, an election will be he d nt all thu regular voting places in said County, for the purpose named In said order, at the next rcguarl election, which will bo hold November L'd, 1S97, which election shall in all res-- IsJ Receiving his- pects be held In accordance with the pro-- 1 of the general election laws of visions this state. T. 1). NEWLANI). Slienlf Lincoln County, Ky. Joods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. At rc o H ? 1 Hign Locust Hem Reg. Poland Chinas. -to Il ' "' i.-- .. H. G. RUPIEY. x rr THE MERGMNT TAILOR FALL AND WINTER f GOODS. h,. JWta A,WWIM. V i y,..--;- h'ii infcJLiiy "' ' "" ""l,,"l"" gu ,, yijw.n wi'i.ii. iw; I1 V I mt ii : Jf ,. I i order for elections on freo turn- Notick. Wo will eell Roods ut the THE INTERIOR JOURNAL pikes and for the bonds to puy for them lowest chhIi nrico beiinnim.' Oat. 1. We . " " i.. .1.1.1issue, . iiiih Dinwiddle Si:cond-HANSuperior r3Ise Drill nppoiir insee Unit both uainoeruissnonui solicit your pntronugc N. H. Where you have more than one quality of any drug or- una will propositions nro Ilio-i.- Ilustonvillc. Stanfokd, Ky., Skit. 28, 1897 for mile. H. Iv. Voiiren fc Sou. curried. dered, and when ive do not specify the maker, Judcik Dawson bays In our report of Sl'Aitics from nn engine bet fire to 11. To Ohhmany. -'- Win. Grcenoborg, the Sandldge case wo failed to say that E. C. V.vi;ro.v, JK'sinihs Ma.yaiikii. G. Denny's hay Saturday und hu one of the Hrst German settlors In the scvoral witnesses swore that Mr. between .'oO:iud WOO worth. worked on the pike spreading colony established in tills county in for Herlin to re- rook at 31 a duy and made a hand on his will have my millinery 1881, will leave Ladiks, PltKHcitll'TlONSnro filled right and farm. at right, prices at IViniy'w Drug Storo. goods open Oct. 2 and invite you to call turn about Christinas with a number of Immigrants. and examine. Mivt Cora Douglas, DanIlKiiNDON and KiNii. The republiThat is the way our orders to wholesalers read and that's why your ville. can district committees at Danville I'AltDONKD. A dispatch from Frank. PERSONALS. yostorday nominated CapU Win. Horn- - prescriptions arc always properly filled here. Tin: return date of the Vltusoopu fort says that Gov. Rradloy has par1 don for circuit judge and Hon. H. H. Mhs. J. V. Hays went to Cincinnati and Microphone has been changed to doned Will Hughes and Sheridan King for Senator. There was no nomFriday. Wednesday night, in order to butter sent to the penitentiary for one Mits. K.vrK.MlM.l'lt is visiting' rela- suit the routo of the company. year each last June for participating In ination for Commonwealth's Attorney. tive 8 in l.oulsillo. of At Flood's sale below Waynesburg the robbery hintTanner llros'. store at TilK court of appeals has rendered a Miss Lor Hocicmt, of Hustonvlllo. MclClnnoy Spring. Many good most linportan', decision in n ease aphut week there were a round dozen eiti'ons petitioned for Is with rt'lattvos hero. tholr release, pealed from Louisville. A man who Du K Gkntky, of Lexington, If. with candidates. Now is the time to sell If but wo can see no good reason for tlwir had ills property placed lu the town Sn3 yyx Is nil that Is nucessary. a crowd his brothers and sister here. doing so. Two' bolder or more bare- limits by the extension thereof declinMits Mui.ur. U'Kay wont to Louu-m- n Noticis Is hereby given that J. IL faced burglars were never tried In our ed to puy city taxes on it, but the court yesterday to leit relatives. Souder is no longer an agent for me in county. They confessed to the crime decides that laud in town limits is subAliss I.aika Jakiioi:, of Lebanon, is the renting or sale of my farm or oth- nnd told about it on tho witness stand ject to taxation, Oil whether It it laid oil ugin with MissLiccio Hea.ley. Lou Hriglu, Middles as If It was a groat joke. in lots or not. This will put many dolerwise. Miss Mikj Salmi: H. Kay, of Garrard, Is boro. ' lars in tho town cotters here, where . the guiMt of her brother, Mr. John h. Tin: Vltnsropo and Microphone en- men who get all tho advantages, have rt ltuy. Dkath.- - Christopher Jessuine, of tertainment drew a good crowd to the refiibcd to pay taxes because some of Vi ' S T-- v Mil. .Silas ANDUHSO.V had a conges Otteuhoim, aged f5, who broke his leg Opera House K Thursday night and gave -property is used for farming. vv cajx : .13 w tive chill a few dtiys ago und bus since nearly a year ago, died Friday from great satisfaction. Roth instruments their Wl 'Ifl been very idek. the olToots of an operation to resect tho arc among l'ddison's most wonderful Vai.L'kd Rki.icS. While at Crab MltH. V. L. Kvanh and Allen Hay bone, which had never united. Inventions and they not only surprise Orchard last week Mrs. Kate Egbert spent last week with her husband's pasnowed an 1. J. reporter some Httlo rel- Tin: diphtheria cases are improving but delight everyone who sees and lcs of wnr limo9 th,lt a,' very dear to rent in Danville. thorn. Such scenes as an express hoars Mil. AND Mtts. J, S. Kmu, of Lex- and there is little fear now of a spread train In full motion, a burning stable her. While in prison at Fort Warren, of the disease. There have have been ington, itro lsltlng her parents, Mr. near Boston, her husband, the late only four cases, Including that of little with men rushing in and out with and Mrs. J. M. White. Jll(,e A- M- Kort, who was quite a frightened horses, the lire department Mus. M. S. iiAL'OllMAN was bolter Win frail Duncan, In the edge of town. answering an alarm, boys at play, the' Renin, made a beautiful watch chalu 81 parclm knitting yp'rilay anO Miss Cathurino was near Thk trade lwtwoen Mrs. Mury Fen- watermelon eating contest by a pair of out of a 8iKlc !? r 'needle nnd from a few cigar boxes he i ly ivuiiy- U) " vo her bod. ny and Mr. Cicero Reynolds for the cooiih. he surprise of the lovers, tho m made a jewelry case that, would be a Mits. rAit: Dcddhiiau leaves this former's residence in Stanford was con- dancing and tho traieze performances ! credit to a cabinet maker of tho pres-iiu- d morning 'or Cincinnati to further In- summated Saturday when Mr. Rey- of noied uonion, n round of a n use In stock of millinery. other Interesting pictures present- - ent modern times. Ho had nothng nolds paid her cash. He will wo,'k wIth liml ll W. II. Wkahkn Is back from the get possesion Oct, . ed with life like precision wore great-- , b,lt ,l k,,ifo r.xH)sltlon where, he has XiudivM1 m lj enjoyed and loudly applauded. The ,,re,u,' ll0iu" ,nl,bl ,1!lV0 be0 sl)enl in TllK river from whluh Lebanon gels microphone is a superior instrument working for the wife who now holds been iiiuglng the Lajnrt Carriage KT . as sacred as life Its water Mipply has gotten so loir that and It was distinctly heat d all over the those Co.'sibibU. MnS LlU.IAX FOItSYTllK, who lias the Water Company has Issued an or- house as it gave the latest airs sung by lelf. Her brother, Theodore Curtis, V ..-with lhc.Mis.sos Givuns for bovur-a- l der discontinuing the sprinkling privi- leading opera people and minstrels. It w,, " buc" captured by the Confed-als- o nuitilhs, has ro turned to bur home at leges, but adding that a rebate will gave a solo by a noted cornotest crates and'who was Imprisoned at ., ' Texas, also remembered Mrs. Harrodshurg. be allowed for the "llute privilege representation of tne Trinitv, X. Mrts. L. It. Adams tells us that thero is suspended. bert wlthn beautifully carved dinner church chimes that were us natu- is a yellow fever refugee at hor house, nil as could bo. Having an oxtra t.ight, ll0t'" whk'h is indeed a thing of beauty. KoMNAMiit'l.lST.--Tol'ennlngton, owing Mr. .lames Adams, of Nctv Orleans, a to the burning of the eloctric 'lie loitering on it is. period. . of Hulls Gap, a section hand, wulttod brother of her husband. light plant at Glasgow, those of oil" Gi:n. Goudon will not bo with us Mhs. 1)k. T J. Kavnic, of Howling out of the coach on 2d yentarday morn- eltions who did not attend Thursday esfin-en- , arrived yttslerdity U) Mtporin-ten- ing between Rowland and Stanford and night will he glad to know that Mana- Oct. I, we regret exceedingly tomiy pecially since it is owing to Illness. got curiously bunged up, besides the sale of her husband's o recti ger A. J. White decided to play a re- Tho Southern Lyceum Rureuu, which a couple of teeth. Ho Miys hu is given at Crab Orchard Saturday. turn date hero and will again be with books for him, writes us: "Gen GorMlsHlli'Tlt Hli.ison spoilt several to walking in his sleep. (Mil us Wednesday night, with a change of don wired us on Sept. 10th from New days in Lexington during her vacation CAL'dHT A dispatch from Somer- program. Dou't fail to attend. You York: "Make no more engagements. on account of the diphtheria scare. She and en- My health is &o broken will probably set saybi Gran Ingram, colored, was will be mystified, reopened hor school yostorday. arrested at Hurnsldu Saturday and tertained. have to cancel all of October and No- IN remitting for her paper Mr. J. it. placed in jail there. Hols wanted at (iiidgell, of IndoiHMideuce, Mo., who Stanford for robbery. Some time ago, SKCU.Ci.rsiu:iiiv.N Assassin- .- member. I write." lie wrote us on Friday night about l o'clock a party of Supt. lllth stating that he had been miim the beautiful Miss Lottie Rochesit is alleged, he robbed a man near C!lru of physicians since Aug-mu- n colored jwoplo saw the body of a dul' ter, says. "Wo value your tapor high- Moruland, ol a witch, coat and vest, 11 K. Wea ten .V Son, Stanford Gentlemen: In reply to your Lies Don't Oo. him eancel-:i0- 0 l,t,t' und thut thoi' lying down theombankmont200or ly tunN trictly on Its tmrlts: the milkers tight letlor will saj that the Kentucky DSo Ui shoes and S in money. any yards North of tho depot. Alarm- - IinC or postponing all dates up to Jail thilr law suits lu court and not In the paiM-r- and no purchaser of this drill need Jt'txiic.L W. ALCOH.v and 1. M. ANo real merit when their lo ed because they think the nlace haunt- - "",v 1st. We wrote the general urging legal oiitniiKlftneiit. peoplethat other drills must Wo dcllclont Inprotection. Yours, Hren-nNo rain yet nnd none in prospect. went to Ml. Vernon yesterday, Into buying them. giu.rantee makers eek to scare Sept. 'i. Itlmrs wont work. There A Co.s' Western Agricultural Works. Louisville. the latter to act Instead of Judge Mor- People are driving their stock miles to jd any way, they sought assistance, him to fill his early October dates if being Dinners can seo for themselves. row, who is gutting In some licks for water and the earth is dry enough to when Ligo H.iughmau and others iiime potslble any way, but a telegram just Is no mistake alout this machine received irom mm irom aow i orK oi burn. "Cooler, with front in exposed to tho scene. They found Rev. J. W. his rcnomlnatiou. " U:ll utes: "I'liystetans iiectuo MltS. C'oitA Doi'olas, of Dauvlile, places Tuc-da-y morning," says tho Stanton Ivlmr in a miol of blood, with his skull crushed in from blows in tho that It may bo December or January wiw hero Friday. Yesterday she wont signal service, but it does not feel like 10 to Cincinnati, where she will lay In a It at this writing, having gotten quite centre and in each temple, while a before I can lecture. Have lost pounds. Strength gone. Overwork." deep hole appeared in his neck nnd his large clock of millinery for hor ojwn-lu- warm again. Gordon Is engaged in a great mouth was badly mashed. He was un- Gen. and it is hoped Oct. '2. See notice. worK that the life of Hotki, CllANUi:. C. F. Rroseke, of conscious, but Raughman says ho said gallant old soldier may bo spared the Mlts. J. F. Hoi. DAM and sister to hoIn answer to his question that two moil continue to promote good will between BY Mips Allsjrtha Jama, of Crab Orch- Dunkirk, O., has contracted for the tel property at Oltenheim and will hit him and that they live In town. the sections. ard, who have been the gnosis of Mrs. wcok. The pico to ho paid Stanton wan taken to his home and Dr. W. A. Morrow for the past week, hau ojkjii it this MATlilMONIflL. is Sl.JiOO. Mr. Rroseke lived near Fal- Cook called, but tho man was so badly returned home. Souioiot Koportor. mouth, this State, for years, was a hurt that ho was beyond surgical aid At Shamokin, P.1..11 young man blewof Hnrbour-villHon. John If. Wm-so- n, magistrate and carries with him let-t- and died without regaining conscious- its sweetheart's bruins out and then Sunday's train en route wuson of lecommeudatiou signed by a committed suicide, after agreeing to home from Frankfort He was asked number of the bust people of Pendle- ness at an early hour Sunday morning. die together. There Is absolutely no clew at present by a reporter of the 1. J. if he would ton county. John Williams, a youth of 17, was to the authors of the dastardly deed, married ut Vevay, Intl., to Mrs. Do Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, bo u candidate for Congress in the Tin: Somerset Paragon, rop., says In but money Is being raised to employ lothy Winston, a widow of l'J, with Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. HlooMv ICIowMith" district next our speaking of Judge Daw&ou's nomina- the best detectives to work up tho case. three children. and bis reply was '! will most certainA lady in Rowling Green, who keeps Square, Stanford, Ky Room Opposite Court-Hou- se tion for county judge: "He was for- Some say that the preacher had been well Informed on almo-- t everything, ly not be a candidate." is a good man too intimate with some of the married and is one of Madam Rumor's confidenmerly a democrat, and W n for the place." This would seem o In- sisters, and that jealousy is at the bot- tial friends, uyB thai during tho au dicate that because he had been a dem- tom ot the assassination, but this Is de- tuinn exactly !- weddings will take In the Park City. ocrat the editor thinks he must neces- nied by others who say they never place Panics llts spectacles. of Klkhart, I ml., just know of his penchant in that line. That 10 Frank Norris. the father of '20 chilsarily be qualified. TliaU is generally years old. Is MlXKD Splct s at Warren Shanks'. a pjvtty goiid way to judge men, but the purpose was not robbery, or that dren. He was married at IS ami his II.. the murderers wore scared oil before wife has presented him with triplets thuro are exceptions to all rules. WAl.l.Ari.'s circus will lo in they could get what they were after, is twice, twins four tlmos and tho bal- Oct. 7. anco were born one at a time. Thk musical contest at Walton's Op- shown by the fact that dollars, Window glass, all sixes, uheap at era House between vocalists from Rich- a watch and other valuables were found Miss Mnmlo DeHord. who is still a mond, Lancaster, Danville, Paris Lou- on his person. Stnnton-wuCraig V Rocker's, the pastor member of the Crab Orchard Baptist isville, Frankfort and Stanford is some- of tho Methodist church hero and had prSr Wo are making preparation, for a big output of goods. When you hear our pri i OUK accouiii is due. Dinwiddle thing new here and ought to draw well been for two years. He was a bright uneetr Rio.-j.of calling a prices you win men Know we mean w sun ino gumis. uur mm in minting meo un tho question HiHtoiiville. as the ladies are lino singers. After and well educated man and was highly meeting, as be decided. nrccedented prices is to reach out and furnish our adioiding counties, which fnct hag pastor will will bo a cake walk thought of by his race. In addition to always proven itself where a customer favored us with a call. We aie hero for busSkii our new line of healing stoves. the contest there by couples from Danville, Lancaster, ji. caching, he taught school and at the iness, quick sales and small profits. lllegins.S: McKInney. FOR RENT. mm Crab Orchard and Stanford. Admis- time of his death had charge of tho FitL'iT cans, jars ami jolly glasses at sion i"io. Scats reserved for white peo- common school at Mllledgevlllc. Ills Mi liou-- e on Main St , Stanford. Posses Nov. 1. Apply to undersigned or Warren & Shanks'. ple Remember the date, Friday, Oc- wife had only arrived from ICansasCity sion gleu .Mcuinuev at uiggins ,v n. Branch Store sit Ilustonvillc, II. Ii. Csimnitz, Msmager. Wednesday night and ho had been Walker Mas. C I'- H01.MKS Stanford, Ky. tober 1st. no'h. Skvk.uai. car loads of coal. See J. down town for medicine for her when Can't ho Him. A number of the ho was waylaid. Tho remains were R. HIggins before buying. Public sale of Land, Stock, Crop, better element of the republicans muke SKCOND-HANLightning Hay Press no bones of saying that they will not taken to his former homo at Kansas Household and Kitchen for salu cheap. R. K. Wearen & Son. support Judge Dawson and it is neith- City yesterday. The cowardly murFurniture. derers must bo apprehended at any cost & MoKlNNKY keep the best er impossible or improbable that hu HtcidlNS and made to bull'er for this foulest of I will fwltir at public rale, If not mj1i1 priintrly Iki fore, on stock of cakes, crackers and candies in may meet the fate, of Chappoll and crimes, and every etTort will be mado White, and a true bluo rad put on In Wednesday, October 6, '97 town. who can't to that end. his place. The iimuimMfn eonsnwsnnmarrremnmmimfWFWM. "i on tho Haters Judge Dawson empanelled the follow On theill preml", euuuiy, out- iiiuu of the oill.in;it rxnrrrrm'mivtmmtmimmiWmmk)Btmmntmmummuuimumitimtt M nim IW trBfc public school after four days bear tho thought of voting for a demoTin: oi;k. Lincoln .tomi iiuiik Nauloril on tho lliHtcimlllo suspension on account of the diphtheria crat will hardly support Judge Dawson, ing coroner's jury: Joe Severance, T. iii I'ork llrldk'e turnpike, my J. Reuedlct, J. F. Poriman, J. W. lias rusumed. who yet hasn't feirly donned his swadHockor, W. fl. Rrady, .1. R. Hales, but FAR rX OF 175 ACRES, day Robert Ham- dling clothes as u republican. II. At Lancaster yostei ut the first meeting they got nothing Tn miles from llio iloxit on the C. and It , linivly seliooN. lies ell fenced to ilton was badly cut by a woman named k li.iin S rcMiins und cellar, one lluifm - Freights No. Hound the further than is contained in the abovo, andi lainwith imil tolhiceu ham, Kood good touattreif Collision.corn crili and one lamo l.ll-Rued. and It adjourned till '2 i m. yesterday. y.MitiK orchard ofT'lre-s- . second section of No. 'VI had a head-un- d my U the unit' thn and phux' will m all ;i:l."i SatDr. Turd if testified that whon he was A Finn. A field of giaw caught collision at Fast Ileriistadt at k rwniul piojK'riy, cuoitlng ol 7 cll ThokixmI work llorK"t .'work iniili. from u match on Mr. A. M. Flaud'b urday morning in which both engines assisting in dressing the wounds that saihlle Mare ami lilies. ' lows, Jersey bred Hull Hnp-' llelfw-sidncivsof (om Id !( farm and was bnrnod, toguther with were slightly damaged and live or six Stanton came to his senses and he ask- (tdfaiid-.- aimltijC linplomeut, lloiiseliold undk Kilt cars, Including a car load of grapes, ed him who hit him. "They mobbed all my ibout lf0 panels of fence. I'lirnlniie. were wrecked. A. S. Rent, fireman me," he said, but that was all he could 'lernis nuilu known on day of il my rueiduneu on on No. to, had a hand and foot hurt but got oujl of htm. It wiw said thut Char.I01IN nu.i: Stili.AMVK.-- At dally ouonlng one of the other trainmen escaped injury. En- ley Armstrong could tell who the asLancastur street, the hand60iiiest lines of millinery over gineer George Pieuitt, of No. .'l., sassins woro and Will Love, anothbrought to Stanford. Mrs. Kate Dud- - claims that he lost tho order to moot er colored nmn, was sent for him but ItUIs will bo received by the uudcrsl"tiud derar. there. It was only live days previous ho did not return. Nothing further of committee up to II o'clock p. in . Sept., 30th. Is'.iT, for furnlslilii(j to the city of Manford Tho Host Is alunj-- Imitated Tliu SuiHirlor Is tho Genuine DfsC Drill liiii Uen thor- . Mil. SKYMOKK A. Koshnhkim, of that u collision was narrowly averted consequence was obtained and the jury aui) feet of 'ixt inch smooth rubber lire t nt and an la- are All y to bo furnished III 50 foot sec- otflilv toitod ami pivt satisfaction. Imwiiother DiscInDrill U. h, nn expert!) only, at Crab Orchard and those who suy found a verdict that the deceased camo Said lioe Chicago, is at our storo ,.... - . onteriMl Court airiiujst one com Suit 11114 thu Insrementon tlwt'iip with st.iudaid couplings. Parmurs, lnvestlgnto before buying. Hiking measures lor gentlemen's lino thai It takes three railroad accidents to to his death from blows by a blunt in- - tions puny for Infringement. .1. II llAL'UIOrVN a. i.. i'i:xnv. Come and boo out- complete a scries arc watching out for strument in the hands of, parties un tailor made clothes. HIGGINS St 7VTKINNEY C'nminlttuu. known a third collision. line of samples. Severance & Son. VI- - KdnksdaY Moiit. I.eturn or tnfccopo Co. Don't mini It. D I THK J ....... , 3 - , lo-i- t Sun-dldg- u 1 to-da- y Jjlwavs Send fehe Bests. Da-vi- s, m PENNY'S DRUG STORE. m:mmwmmmimwmmm Do k Do in Do Do -t--s. m m You Need an Overcoat? You Need a Winter Suit? ii Yon Nfifiri Vw.,wV. nHQrTTOQrO iiwoj. -- ! - - You Need Flannel? You Need Cotton of Any Kind? jg i .J - -i prize-figh- t WE CAN SUPPLY YOU CORRECT PRICGS. 1 m ii little-treasure- n Ty-anFg-Y- da SEVERANCE & SONS. m A i , d lo-dn- g I . ! Sm Me-sr- The Best Disc Drill un-you- BEST : MADE ! -u-a- r d. dv-c- s. d 111 s Mc-Uobe- an double-geare- g tsatoi&yyiiass UnDGKCAKIDG B. K. WEAREN Si SON. o, J. C. M'CLARY. 1 it i or Practical Trimmer, Bmbalmer and Funeral Director. homYn'ews. - 1- Uan-vlli- o, Furniture,. Carpsts, Wall Paper, MATTING. f0-od- d s I , iii- W. W. W!THERS. STANFORD. jk-imi- p - D old-line- rs I - j iii"i i'iiiiiiii .V r A a 1 11 i 1 I , , 'f I li HOSE WANTED. lio-,o- s to-da- 1 tAvmK' h - v - r .j " -- Tfr- & . -- ?" T SW N v: ,tf IH H AMI (UltKAItll. Hublnstoln, 2:03, has been turned out Any kind of serious sickness is rat c I inn jNp'liig especial custom here this Full. Those rejwrtcd sick , for the benson. .. Kentucky, grinding mid gutiriiuteo attention tooutidsof I.nucnstcr, toglxe 'M convalescing. S. II. Shanks sold to K. P. Woods lo last week are all giMHi riour nml m oiiiiusor uniu roreiicn Newly furnished; clean beds; upleiuled bushel of wheat, notwithstanding the fact d U. S. Hexroat is in Russell. George cattle at ;tc. fummer lovus tabic. Everything Porters tlmt wheat Is up. I nni deMrous of running Stone went to MeKlnncy Friday. Mrs PiUMEseed wheat and timothy for Summur tilN.c.t 81) ilny nnd night nml will do what I can to nidct trains. C. L. Llerren is visiting near Alstott's sule by F. Reid, Stauford. Summer Joys; pleaco my customers, mi they wl'l give me their piitfounge. Yours lo id'euse, Summer Store. Mrs. Win. Stone, of JamesTho Harrodsburg Sayings reports When not opaldffi2.GO will be charged. MOItULS I'KI'.K. (IllliertsCn'ok. Ky. Sheriff's Sale for State and Countj Tares, town, is visiting the family of J. Boyle sales of 250 hogs at to Jl.tKi. Summer sighs; Slimmer vows; , Stone. W. M. Matheny bought of his mothNOTICE Summer lies; None of the rains reported in vari er and others 10 hogs at lUc. On Monday, October!.!, '07, Summer rows. I 1 Crab OrehuM now has the llnesl tousorlnl ous parts of the State last week came J. E. Lynn sold to John Woods a lot TIME lletween tho hours of ID a. i. mill I v. i. nt urtlst In tho ci. Jilt ry In theH)rsouof S.Mi'i:i. Summer here. The timber on the hills is dy- of ealvcs, at 4!c. JIl.VKt.MoiiH, who liauilliM tho ccIsors und tlioi'tiiirt-lious- tf tlimr In the town of Summer over; ing from the drouth, especially where-th- Tho Jessamine Journal reports the Lincoln county, Ky,, I will oxpoe to raror In export style. Call on him when vou t KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Summer hiss and the lili!liest bidder for etisli hi liiind. to nil i want a clean nhuveor f, llsli haln'iit. i" rocks nro near the surface. The sale of 200 sheep at $2.25 to St. und count v tux for the years imkI, Snmmer lover. Trains 1ct Stanford at 7: 10 a. m. and 4 p. m pastures have nil dried up and drinkf the State 1M7 the following described prop, a standard performJoe Patchen has iMK! mid returning at 4:25 p. iujndU:05 p. m. Pome art) liuppy; erty, or so much thereof as will puv iild PIANOS AND OltGANS. ing water is becoming alarmingly er in Ills son, Frank Patclien, 2:21. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. u Stanford Precinct No. I, John V. Some are Mid: luxes. scarce. The river litis stopped runThe Central Record reports sales of Ilrlght US ncrvH, near Hubble. fl.J7.lii. Some are nirry; IK'Cker llros. Pianos, m 12 37 in ning and the water in the holes nlong corn in Garrard at $1,115 In tho field. North No. 21 Train going T. I). NKWIiAND. S. I,. O, Haines HiW. Pianos, Some nro glncl. 3 13am .. " " No. 28 " almost unlit for stock water. ICIIIiigton Pianos, 12 01pm the bed is " Penco & Dawes bought of various South No. 25 " Some are purled; 1). II. liuldwlii Pianos, 127pm No. 23 d The Casey County Medical Society parties a of sheep at 2 to He. Some nro wed; Klscher Pianos, ltc, For allll'oints. Home For met here tho 2ld. Dr. J. T. Wesley J. P. Hays bought in tho Goshen secSummer pine; listey Organs, Hamilton Organs and other THKO'JGH TICKETS SOLD. paper on "Profession- tion a bunch of butcher stulT at 2 to Makes. Summer (lend. UAGOAOB CHECKED TIUtOUtlH. read tin excellent I offer for miIo privately my desirable See my floods and (Jet Jlv Price Before voa al Conduct During Consultation." The 2jc For anr Information enquire of 10 V. T. Wlllf K. Crab Orchard. home on Lower iMain street, Slniiford. The tpiy. Did You JCien terms of the otllcersof the Society havJosiah Bishop sold to II. Chenault, house M u nximy, pretty eottngo with nice JOE S. MCE, Agent, .r ' Try Klectrlc Hitters mi remedy for your trouble Stanford, Ky. ing expired, new ones were elected as of Madison, a lot of 1,150 'pound cattle If not, itct a lsttln now smlH relief Thl incdl yunl and good garden nnd outhouses, and Is Joux II. ("ji.srLi.MAX. A. (I. IUXIt'AM. cculiarlyadiited lo the In a most jiletisant neighborhood. Call on cine hosbecn found to follows: Dr. J. M. Honey, president, at 4 cents. moon the premises uikII will take pleasure complaints, exerting relief and cure of all female . QUEEN CBESCENT. to succeed Dr. J. C. Uaker; Dr. C. L. Gulnette, formerly owned by tho Ce- wonderful, direct Influence In pirltit! slrenntli and In showing Its mativ advantages. 48 los o( MIW. KLIA 1'OKT.MAX. tone to theorems, if Trains pass Junction City as follows: Dr. Frank cils, of Danville, has lost but one race constipation, Wadachc, you hatess!lls or a apvtlte Herren, (alntiiiK nerrom It 87 a m No. 2 North......4 02 p m No. llSouth sWplvas, excitable, melancholy or troubled with 3 4G a m Taylor, secretary, to succeed Dr. I. S. in two years. No. S " ......11 24 p m " 4 " dlzxyspelW Klectrlc Hitlers Is the medldno you " 6 " 130pm Wesley. The society is in a nourish11 23 am No. 5 " INSURANCE COMPANY Star Pointer will try to beat John- need. Health and strength aro guarantied by It 8 20pm 600am " "10 " No. 9 T. L. uv. OnlyWcents a hottlo at V. II. Mcltolwrti' fl do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 pacing record of drugstore. ing condition and has prospered under ston's Note N. 6 and KOWLAM). KV., South than Junction City, nctlhcr no furtoa OK LIVERPOOL. the administration of its olllcers just 2:0tir this fall. 5o they run Sundays. lias Gone !3ack into tho Coal There is Xothiwj to Good Jesse F. Cook sold to W. E. Law going out and is calculated to so conFRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI RY. There nothing Jut a Rood as Business, tinue in the sumo line under the man- rence 22 yearling steers, averaging 032 DiscoveryIs for Ontnumpllnn, CoughsDr. King's New and Odd', so BSRBBE & CdSTLEHffl. VIA UKOKtihTOWN. agement of those going in. Tho next pounds, at 3.S5. demand It and do not iwrtolt the dealer to sell you And will keep constantly on hand the Jolll-cp. M. A. Jl Palls llmiicli and oilier ln- -t (ntls autl claim there Is anyHe will A. M. P.M. Middleburg, Thurssold iir tho some suMituto In order not tusifl more protit he Nearly $2,235,000 were place of meeting is ' M.VNAOKKS, 2;00 Lre. Somerset, to thing letter, but Arl2M 2S5 nk the patronage of (be public. Stanford ' JcU City. 8 20 day, Nov. 4. " 11 31 You elso to W 315 auction and Mutual pools at the two may claim something; plrotery Just as good. know friends who want Coal can leac orders with 9X5 630 you 4 50 Arr Georgetown, Lt want Dr. King's New !miu 605 J. II. Illgglns, which will receive prompt at- Oommorco Building, Louiivillo. ' Frankfort, t to bo sifo and reliable and guarnnttvd to du good 1155 720 "6 30 8 00 A Bin Chowd. The Danville Epis- Montana meetings. T L. SIII.LTON. ro or money refunded. I 'or coughs, colds and nil af tention More than 80 horses with records of S 30 Agenta Throughout the outh, 8 40 6 10 the throat, chest and lungs there l Arr l'aris copal church excursion to Cincinnati good as Dr King's New Dlxcmrry. Trinothing Daily except Sunday. 2:15 or bettor are entered for tho Torre C. D.BKRCAW, O. P. A. al tattle free at V. 11. Miltotarts" drug store. Saturday, the promoters of which were SXJTT03ST, Haute fall meeting. Mrs. Annie Shelby Darbcshirc and Mrs. R. M. & T. K. Barnes fold to LouisImjI Afiit, Undertukor, Rev. F. E. Cooley, was a decided sucRoyal makes the food pure, Hucklin' Arnica A'ntr. ville parties 2,U00 pounds of wool at 22 - - Kentucky wholesome and delicious. for cuts,, bruises flustonvillc, u genteel crowd and The oet salre in th world cess, both as to Stanfokd, - - - Kkvtuckv. cents. Mt. Sterling Gazette. rheum, ferer sores, tetter, chap- 3?tf the proiits realized. By the untiring The Pruther farm four mllles from (hires, issl hands. rhillilalns, corns anil all skin eruptions. Oflers his serTlres to the ssiple of West Lincoln It MMitlTeiy cures piles or no pay required. It s and Cas--t counties Full stock o( Cuttlusaiid Cask- efforts of these popular ladies in a good Lexington bold U toglre etlect saUstactioii or muiiey at $101 an acre for eta alwayson bund. I'rlct 23 cents per tix. For sale by V, II. S cause, :109 tickets were sold at Sl.f0 I). .S. Carpriitr. Manager. acres and $135 an acre for 2.1 acres. McUoberts, lni(rglst. each, from tho proceeds of which the B. A. WlUon has old to S. O. Hud. A Wllllll TO- church receives a net protit of about den, of Frankfort, his farm of 100? "Mvlioyeumo home from school one lny with , bund badlv lacerate I and bleeding $175. The Lincoln county people who DKAi.i:n in acres three miles from Versailles, at and suffering great imln," says Mr. K. J. PROPERTY OWNERS. took advantage of this opportunity for Schall, with Meyer liri. Drtig'l'o.. St. ni$G0, cash. ls. Mo. "1 dressed the wound anil applied a long and pleasant ride over one of Are you Insiireo If PleasAt Oakley Friday R. II. Bronaugh's I'liumltorlulu's Pain Halm freely. All pain sands of dwellings and not, whv not? Thou- Farm Wagons, burns good us y ourn the best railroads in the world, "chapremarkably time It Taylor ran second and In anoth- ceased and In aleaving a soar, short wounds. healed without eroned" by one of tho most popular und Annie W. Vehicles, er race P. Glvens' Three Bars sprains, swellings and rheumatism I know affable conductors that ever pulled a of no medicine or prescription eipiul to It. I came seventh. bell cord, Capt. Ben Mcuraw, were Ita household necessity." The 25 A Glasgow man raised and sold $75 consider sles for sale by t'ralg A;" locker. and 5l'c Mrs. E. P. Woods, Mrs. Annie Englc-maKvery jear. Involving the loss of millions of worth of tomatoes from a patch 50 by Mr. and Mrs. Joslah Bishop, Miss 11) POWDER dollaVn. Why should jou tjHVt toescu,H) IT SAVKS CKOCPV CHILDHKN. besides having an abundant feet, Ellen Ballou, Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Rice, Absolutely Pure Sr.WtKw, Va. We have a splendid sale from j ear to jeur r High-GradFertilizers and Coal. supply for family use. on ChamborluliiV Cough Kemedy anil our Mr. und Mrs. J. M. Alverson, Miss Yoxir Property May Burn The Mt. Sterling Sentinel reiorts customer, coming from far and near, speak Oooils Warrniitod a i:'iirfsentcl. Ofllco on Bessie Woods, Mrs. T. E. Kirtloy, Mrs. highest sales of 700 feeders of 1,000 pounds at of It In thochildren terms. Mnnv have said Within a year, within a mouth, within 31 Main Strot!t.oistii Kltnoru'a Storv. would haro died of croup Sally Waters, Miss Hulllo Klrtley, 4 that their at If ChamlH'rlainV Cough Kemedy had nlil hours. Why should you exHso the accuROTM. DAKIhO POWOCR CO., ht YORK. Ptniifurd, Kontucky. to4; 118 export, 1,500 pound-cattlMiss Stella Ballou, Victor Ballou, J. by honest toll mulation of years 4J, 40 short yearlings at $10 and 10,000 Ih'cii given. Kellam .V Ourren. The'JS and a single lltv.'whlch of can destroy to loss an It In J. I TOTTKN. S.U.EVIMAK. L. Jarvis, J. A. Hammond, Mrs. J. C. 50c Mies for sale by Craig A: llocker. pounds of tobacco at 10c. hour ? Soliciting a share of your patronage X3ZOO-SHays, accompanied by Mrs. W. R. lCcspcctrully, I hnvi ojx'nod n ahop nt tho forks of tho A CUUK POK HILIOUS COLIC. I will give a reward for the return of llustonvlllu und Mlllntpovlllo ilkt, near - Cook, (nee Miss Ellon Owsley) Mr. and a dark red cow that left my place Sep. Registered DuKiSMit'iiCK. Screven Co., Oh. I havo letn JESSE D. WEABX2T, Mr, F. Hold's mid am prt'parod to do all Splendid Mrs. J . F. Sretaw, Kate Walton and 18 or for information concerning her. subject to attacks of bilious colli for severrocs. al years. Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Qonoral Agent, individuals Both Robert Harding. In one of tho coachSuiifonl, Ivy kinds of Dlarrhu'u Kemedy N the only sure relief. It Inst Fall's and es on the return Saturday night u George Chappell, Preachcrsville. Blacksmithing and Woodwork, It chariu. Thorn, a strong tip for tho rich Ken- actrt like uall other One dose of fall.gives I). tthis Spring's far O. remedies row. Prices reasonable. No charge for young couple Irom Cincinnati, the girl tucky Futurity, to bo decided on the Sharp. 1'or salo by Cnilg A: llocker, StanAt tirlctsi and thu Us,t manner apparently about 10 and the young man I I will crating. Farmers Bajak&Trnst Co. kindthooflowostall my work.In excopt for all tnko first day of Lexington's big trots, Oct. ford. country produce, horse aboot 10, occupied a front seat and utJ. II. & H. J. McEOBEBTS, Stanford. 01 STANmilD, KY. day in khovlni; which It 00 cents, ensb. I'leuso glvu The I'urthenon. at Athens is virtu terly oblivious to their surroundings, 5 to 10, worked a mile tho other me a slitiro of your putrDiiapu. ally in ruins and likely to tumble down Pild up Capital, 5200,000 00 C. II. MAVRS. hugged and kissed each other all the 2:14, driven by tho veteran Ilickok. A. 8. PRICE, if another earthquake occurs. J. A. Dttdderar sold to W II. Underway from tho Queen City to George17,603 SO Surplus, ftnrgeon town, taking it time about, and they wood one of his twin Durham bull & SON, lljr proYlUotta of lta charter, ilfltor are a Dentist, FOWISALE OW WENT. were watched with even more thun in- calves of tho hornless variety for $40. fully protected an are deNMluiri In atlonal Itanaa, JJlflllVIK Ita nharehublera Isdnx held Individually liable to ACItrMoiiomllKfromCnili tense interest by all the passengers. He has also refused tho sumo price for KIOIITV-KIVIN aiuuuntuf their atuck, therein at the extent of Stanford. Ky. Orchard on tho Somerset road. Will sell the par Talus the tho other twin which Is a bull. thereof, in addition lu the amount In. The ladies in the car would alternate Tor particulars vetted In auih hares. It mar act ai executor, J lay. half or ull or rent Corn Office oxer McUoberts' Drug Storo In the Owsley A strong delegation from New York call on or mldrewt for IbOS. STKPIIKNSO.N. W. T. in walking down the uisle, watching triutpe, Ac.,a rulljr a an ludhblual. Order Offic and 1'ivd Kichaiu-r- , near the lUIIroad Building. TenderltiKour thankto tluve wrio liate enlrutt-e- l Cruwdii, IVit Mrwl, QCr.ib Orchard, Ky. the performance a moment and then Is comlntr to the Lexington trots Oct. their bualnta to ui, we truit Ihejr will runtluu - Kontuolcy. to do to, and we otter aa a Kiuirantee fur pnmipt at- Stunford; returning to their respective seats. 5 to 16, to back Chas. Kerncr's Trantention to aaiuu our '."0 jreari' exivrleura In bankCoal Yard, Mill flns-l- , lalrlr J II Klint'. sylvania starter, the great maro Bush, FOR RENT. Dr. Grant and Mr. Joe Ware, of Dan ing and aallbeial aevuuituodatiout aaare roniUteut hatlafactlon Kuatintssl. ville, will corroborate this statement, that took her record of 2:11 over u Twelve acres of laud mile from Kelvin-nu- with aound banLlns. DIKICTOKV has good house of 5 rooms and good and if any further testimony is needed, half mile track. J. J. Wllllaina, ML Vernon, Mr. Turnbull, of Crub Orchard, has outbuildings. For Information apply to (3. V. II. Cuuimlnii, 1'reachenTllle; I will introduce Mr. Josiah Bishop, of A. Wai.tkii. Klngsvlllc, or UAI.TKU, J. II. Dler, J. S.Owaley.Sr,, suckling mules Mantoni, just bought a fine lot of j ivn q hi? rni TuniT i Jar-vithis county, und Messrs. Rico and iw. S. II. Hluukt, William Ooocb, mu unrifii laur part at prices ranging from $12.. Kinbrr, 8. J. JLMKiJLti J. K. Caali, In connection with in this of Hubble. A. W. Cars'iiter, J. K. I.rnu, bought J. N. Menefee. Dentist, : Stanford. : Ky. Mr. Bishop's name I will state that he 50 to $27.50. He also average aoffine lot STANFORD, ICY., $50. orriccas. Office on Lancaster street at Residence. told me lie has u steer that has gained of aged mules nt an Sole proprietor of Dean. Illark Diamond I too I S. H.Shanka. rreldent: Taint. Ultimate jurnlshisl fur palntlliB wood, i"00 pounds in the lust five months. J. U. Ow.ler, Chler; He Somerset Reporter. Lm a t Tf ZM AB a, w jJI W. M. llrlijht, Teller metal and Iron risjfm. Satisfaction guaranteed Ali tw Pat Watson, 2:12, a Transylvania 305 roofs pulute.1 with Iran's Hlatk blainuiid 1'alnt bought him in April, when ho weigh- - a warranted for rears. Dealer In lirt Cistern I'miii ed (120 pounds and he now tips tho beam candidate, worked the Lexington track Mostly In well fenced, well andtislraulKil Iron I'llters. (la:anlist and Hlack Wednesday in 2:Kl. the last quarhas all tho necessary ImproveIron ICoollngof all kinds. 21tf at 1,125. He thinks that putting 100 last ments.' We will sell prlvutelv and on easy FIRST NATIONAL BANK pounds per month on a steer is getting ter in 150, a 2:01 gait. Tho Transylva- terrns. (JK.NTltV IIKOS. ffi MUM OP STAMOKD, KY. Stanford, Ky. there with botli feet. Mr. Joe Ware nia will be trotted Oct. 7th, the third The Leading Specialists of America ! I day of the Lexington meeting of Oct also said: "Putin the papers that Surplus $15,750. Capital Stock 5100,000. 1(1. lm icaho in uniu, All rrsoiia duslrliitf Iksjii V,,ta fr pUnk fence, have already refused 31.75 per barrel 5 to fe IN THE Attention of the. public la railed to the f.ict that lMt aiv4 rallliu or wire feiuvran liml what they inn nnn n..rj John Embry bought for Nelson Morfor my big crop of corn in the field and uuicui In Slniiford. Unz.ju,uuu r tills la the only National IJauk wantal my store nisir Cedar Creek, on the pike 450-- b. der the provision! ol the National Hank Act leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford I also it may help some other fellows to hold ris & Co. of E. P. Woods 70 1, deKltor aro aecured not only lr the capital atock, keep on hand a supply of p) jk for feneliii?. All Bf WPHIBPClTBirTIIRF cattle at 4 Jc; of J, II. McAlister a car but bjr the atock holders' liability lor mi amount klndaof builder for building nurnoMH: also lioar.lt a still upper lip as to the price for oinal tn tho Mock so that drpoxiiorsof Ihti liutltu-tlo- sn.l shingle. All iorsoiis deslrliut anr article of Thousands of ounj nnd i J. P. W. load of same at same price; of C. M. their corn." KIMU are Nisrurtsl by a fund of".0,U00. llo (worn till i.i... i ran rail vu me at my torn near Ctslar mennro troubled wiihtliisdiie3sc many Aj 7tt Uteuieiiiaol the eonditlouol the Hank aro made Creek. Jones 47 exporters at 4.00 und of A. M. (i. W. M Ndl.l.TON. iinconw?iou.ly. Tlicy may li.ioiimmrt vfl eaih year to the United States lioTerniueiit und Ita Jonas Welhl bought 00 export cattle Pence a lot at 4c. They are to be deins fceiisafion, email, tniMing ttream, awu am examines ai aiaiei iiiooi uyuTeriiuieiii iVA snarp cutting lainsai times Might uif- Tuesday, from Col. R. G. Stoner at livered between Oct. 15 und Nov. 10, Department in our store Misses aent, thus svcuriiiK additional and perfect sulet, cuargo, uiuicuiiy in commencing, wcuic lo deiKnltoni. SHELBY & SHELBY, onraiiF, cniisliin, und nil tho symptoms 't 4.05. They averaged 1,175 pounds and Henry Glover, president of the LouThis Institution orluiually elabMiel a the Maggie Cnmpble and Florence of nertous debility they havo Si'ttlC-'i'l'KHank of Stanford In ImAS, then reorganized aa ' l'roprlctors 50 of John Woodlord of 1,525 pounds at isville tobacco Warehouse, reports that Don't let doctors experiment on Tanner have opened a , rrJ" the National Hank uf .Stan lord in IX1 umlaaln you, by fitting, stretching, or tenrini; reoiranlied as thu Klnt National Hank nf .Stanford 4J. Twenty-liv- e cars of export cattle tho 1807 Burley crop is estimuted at you. innwiii nnicurcynu.nsitwlll re ,j LIVERY.FEED& SALE;STABLE In lbo'.', h.u had prartlrally an iiulnlerrupled urjj nini. unrjM.n METHOD TIlKAT. yield year, per cent, for M ) ears. It is better supplied now wlt' ub.orUi tho gtneturo tissue; ',has om Paris 1, Id MKXTrmnki ta irMricttiropermancntly. Fl were shipped frbought CO Wednesday. only 50was much of the tho last Ijclllthn for tmna( llntf btnlnoM promptly and libaverage. below I' J linrtVt JunotlotilClty, which erally than tver Iwforo In Ita loin; and honorable J F. S. Clay fjA It can ncer return. No pain.noMitfcr- - W cattle career Areotinis nf IndlTlduals, llduelarles, llruis 58 cattle at Great damage was done by tho frost Klrst'Clasa Turnouts, uroiiint atlinllnii. Tery at4tand t uwivimmi visit ifuriiivra tj uii and Individuals solicited. reasonable rates A nortlon of rour iLiinmuirn U a juuuiuu. 4uupc.MHiiurkruiiiaroeirtDKiH 'M from Waller Shurp. Horace Miller and drouth. Tho market is active and respectfully solklted. niKECTOKS. is onei. j. no iierL'i aro invigorated, ami 2Q nittro mule colts to II. M. very high. tho bliM of manhood returns. has sold F. Itehl, Lincoln Co.; J. V, Hayden, Stanford S. II. lUuxhiiian, " S. T. Harris, " ."14 Haggard, of Scott, at from $.'J5 to $40 G. T. Pitney has just ' " WECURE S J. A. Cowdry, of Lyons, Kansas, has pounds of Concord grapes gatheredvino And invite an early inspection. J. S. llocker, McKlnnev. T. V.A.Hill, ' rlbble, W. K. U Tanner. from a Thousand of youne nnI J.II. Colller.Crab Orcb'dj M. J. Miller, Mt.Ycrnou. men nro havins their sciur.1 ijror ami jacks at $500 planted in April, 1801, At two cents bought two M, U.KIiuorc, Stanford. vitality continually snnned bv this dl- OFriCBRS. jack ut 8100 per pound this would be 08 cents per each and a They aro frequently unconscious cicc. Bros, McKinney. T. S. llocker, President; J. J. McUoberts Cashier orinocaiteooiincso sympuims. uiucrul from Bourbon farmers. News. vine. On ono acre of ground at 8 by 12 U Kikness, Uunnturnl Ditch.irses, rail-in- s A. A. McKinney, As.iUtautCashler. .Manhood. Nitioihsiiosh. l'mir .Mem This seems to bo a golden year for feet we would havo some 4!i0 vines, ory. Irritability, nt times Smarting Hcn- apple growers, and the indications aro which at 08 cents per vine, would be sauon, mi Ken i;yes, Willi darlt circles. SALE OF LIVESTOCK. cnK JtacK, Uencral Depression, Lack that Orange county, Vu., farmers will $292.40 Lexington Leader. of Ambition. Varicocele, Shrunken Tart, etc. tiLELT nnd KTRICTUKK Bonta Bros., of this county, havo realize many thousand dollars from may bo tho rnute. Don't consult family on tho At noun:. their apples. A gentleman near Win bought of Boyle parties 200 barrels of pike, mv fnrm South ofMcCormurks Church uociorr, as iney n&vo no expcrieuco in ono mile Turuersvllle, I ulll The Het Line toand from - siccial thesediseases don't allow chester has sold his crop for $0,000, corn at $1.05 in tho field. Glover Kyle's Quacks to oxtcrimeut on you. Consult OF BROOKLYN. .S)ccialUts,Mrliohuvomadonlifo study of TOLEDOAND DETROIT while a farmer in Albemarle refused a corn will make 11 barrels to tho acre, Dicasesof Men nml Women. OurNKW ' cash offer of $15,000 for his crop of pip- no plunted with a drill, ono grain in a All t'olnts lu Mlchltran. .Mf.lltuu illL,Al.Mf.ril will iosi IS97, (1Iskso of.my entire lot of tivcly euro you. Ono thousand ilollan pins. A number of Albemarle farmers hill, 15 inches a part. OlT of 50 acres Caledonian : for a caso nro accept for treatment nnd CHICAGO. cannot euro. Terms moderate for a cute. have 6old thoir applo crops for from ho got 40 s'acks of fine timothy hay, Horses and Cattle, Milk Cows, !Kogs,i&c, rA 'White City Special." Co., Scotland. and gathered 2 bushels of clover seed To tho highest bidders. There are 4 good $:i,000 to $5,000. Orange Obrerver. CURES GUARANTEED Ilcst Terminal Station. Horse, I woman blew in SliOO on the to the acre. Harrodsburg Democrat. Ilrood Mares, An Ohio We treat nnd euro: KMISSIONS. KOUNDKO lBOO. LOUIS. l'llly, ST. Horso Colt, :i VAitrcocKr.K. svi'iiri,iH, ilki:t. funeral of a mau sho supposed was her .Mule, I yeurllutr .Mule, Mules, l Avoiding tho Tunnel STHlOTUitK, fMPOTKXCV. RKCItET I Mulo I'olt, 4 tows and Calves. i! good eur-ll,'i husband, reported to havo died at u days full excursion. Queen & DUAINR. UNNATPltAI, JIriIAIt. Cattle, 75 Stock llos. Will also coll R. B. Y, BOSTON. JW.KIDNKVnndllLADDKRDiwafes. soldiers' home. Imagine her disap- Crescent Route. Great low rate excur- mv crop of crou-lnCom, coN'sirirATiov. pnr.i:. hooks C WagnerSlceplni;;Cara. STANFOKD, KY. Yr.itMS. FKKI-t Sums of Su'O und under, easli: call, wrllu for If unnbln pointment when her real husband turn- sion for the usual Autumn journey over J OI'KSTrOtf HLANK for UOMU ed up u few days afterwards, with not made by merchants and others to Cin- with that amount a credit till Jan. 1st. InUs, NISW YORK, THBATMKXT. Interest. Notes pujublu In runners H. D. even u thought of dying. Bullet I'arlor Cars, Warner Sleejilne Curs. IVlva cinnati or Louisville. Hate of li fare Hank nml Trust Co., wlth",'ood security J Cniiip.trtuioiit Cars, hkj.aut Couihea and Din The Knights of Pythias grand lodgo tho round-tri- ; Sept. 27, '23, 1M). Will lug cars. N. II. At the sumo I Yuoolx. JSmith. of the State will conveno In Frankfort be good 10 days to return. Ask agents OH KKNT 210 AOKKS time mvwill also 8KM. n33 of farm! falrlv He mro your tickets read via "HKf FOUIt " Inniroved, well watered niKl'lu jjood htutoof 122 W. FOURTH STREET, the 2tth day of October. Many Pyth- for particulars, STANFOKD, KY. U B. O. MtCOItJlICK, CINCINNATI, O. ian notables will attend the important Tho bubonic plague is active again cultivation. Terms mailo known on day of rajscngorTralncMgr., Am. Altltl.N J. LYNCHAjl sule. (Jen. 1'ass. A Tkt. All kinds of repairing dore at rcssouable rates conclave i in India. J. I. CiOVI-.Turneravlllo. Cpholiterlog tpcclaby. ttinactlou'guurai.cvd. CINCINNATI OHIO. I J 1,000-pounllrst-clns- s. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Liberty FARM AND TRHDE, A SUMMARY. Summer plrlj .Summer fun; Bummer hummock; yiiniiiK'r mini. Mason Hotel 1W. Mils'. U. D. SIMPSON, t To the People of Lincoln r kN-.es- , Ire aral Illl PTO Hi, pus-dnp- Stan-fcr- d. car-loa- Pretty Sale. I vice-preside- hign-whe- el SHELTON, o, - J. T. if KlN J. B. HIGGIM, id-- T n, 1 ure Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning Agricultural Implements, o e JR L E.XjE3 Runi-nnte- c SI U2-o- 1 NOEL K DEHLERS ajl COHL, dr. w. b. Fiaranr, y; s, J. J.T.Jones, th-l- m FOR lllue-Hras- lllDS If s,M Hi Will s middlo-nKcd sale:, Acres Fine Land s, 9 3STOTICE 1 El Millinery n ' exist-i'U- ' 500-poun- d 1,000-poun- d New Line ! Iy. GLEET inithllo-ugc- '1 livc-year-o- ' FIRE INSURANCE four-year-o- ld Tanner Vi "BIG 4: FHHNIX of Insurance Company, Insurance On Tuesday, Oct. 5th 1 1 ii-- nj; M AHON Agt., : -- 1 Z4L1 rrcs. 5rnMirni lfrniM PHILLIPS, Gun and b LsAfr'.-m- fes riifntS- . . Swif-iS- . t H- - i- ,,ia.v " Aj4rfVm