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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897101901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. FARM HND TRADE, Y LANCASTER. j INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. OCTOBER , 19. 1891 NO. GO I many Hall U to N w York, ami tins RELIGIOUS. ""if Old Ark Is the Wigwam. A. L. An- It took 10 gallons oi wine to serve th G. S. Greenlouf has gone to St. Louis dorson will make the race for constable f'fill on 0. A. Swinobrond & Son, against T. J. Hammond, wIiomj name Is 1,000 communicants at a service held t visit. relatives. If you want feeding cuttle. Hubblo, Mr. T. L. Harris told to W. O. AVedncsday ovo under the rooster. Mr. Hammond's by the Christian church at Indiana) At Walton's Opera Nuto, uf0 to 1 Hhot, won llio Kimball tlio dorson a fine cow, weighing 1,070 lbs., friends claim that he is an easy winner. oils Sunday. at Latonla for In response to a petition signed by ,lt :icA petition to place the name of Mr. other iluy. members of all the churches, llev. II. Cupt. Louis Landram leaves John Saunders on the ballot for magisrattlu At a sale of Aborduon-Angu- s C. Morrison began a meeting at HowSptingllold, 111., !U brought W.SUO, (Monday) to attond tho Grand Masonic trate was Died. The mo-,- sensational ling Green yesterday. at Lodge at Louisville, representing Lan putltlou tiled and one which will ileal uvoraglng SHH). The Tennoshco Baptist State Convenconsternation in republican ranks was Duroo Jersey board and good onos, caster Lodge, No. 101. tion, in session at Fayettevlllc, voted Mr. KlMia Boyce, aged 22, died of Hied liy Hon. Wright Kelley to make too. if taken at once will foil chimp. pueuinouia Wednesday at his home the race as an independent candidate not to allow the introduction of any II. J. Molloborts. I l cln near Faint Ltclc. A long procession for the Legislature with the pictnio of resolution on the Whitsitt matter. re- I led loaf tobacco reached i Dr. McGregor, of Atlanta, who He in the of friends and relatives followed the Abraham Lincoln as his device. clnnatl market last wook, which remains to Lancaster Cemetery Thurs was the republican nominee for the ceutly held a meeting at the Haptist Musical Comedy Sketches Xojn'o Dialect Stories and red. liiflheHt )rlce of the year for same office In lSItt and was defeated, church, Danville, had 10 additions to Songs. Banjo Piclcin' Jinpesonation. Harrodsburg Democrat report. day. Thu .1. F. Carter and George Ilohinson, of although Gov. Bradley curried the latt accounts at his meeting at at : to Hales of three car loads of hoc bv a:.T. K.'llcvV friendb claim wallles. ISfr. Tiller a.s Uncle Daniel in "Old Time. Down South." catllo ut lo and butch- 1'aint Lick, went to Bloomington, III., a. IS; Hov. Henry Miller was on yesterday's several days ago in search of (5 rant that he was traded off and they will Fun all the way though. Prices, 2."5, 50 and 7.1c. er cattle at lie. breaking .. ... ..,.,., I..,,, .i.r.ii,,.- m ,..,..' tin. train en'route to Middlesboro. In the . " "ri " has bought o far a Buroli, who is charged with I). C. Torhnno It is believed tha, last two months he lias held meetings louiH 01 Into a store at Cartorsvllle, uleo with ruini lur nominee. car of sugar ,.,,ii. :t3.fi0: two court-dabreaking into James Henry's distillery his candidacy will weaken ttie re)ubli-o.ii- i at l'ord, Valley View, Silver Creek .. . . mixed colts at $21; one of Chapel and Silver Creek School-housnear Paint Lick. They reticket. J II. btiitT 21, and one at in Madison, witli a total of 100 brought on Saturday Highland Lynn shlpiwd Saturday to turned with him Woods ll'fiK'Tl'.'-.TDKLU5KKATKLY LIICD. into the fold of the Presbyterian " he was lodged in jail. John Cloiise in Lf. J.,itJ-- - --x -jbl.t. j: !. i Cincinnati a car load of light butcher. also held on the charge of breaking Inchurch. He will begin a meeting at) M! .(r;r' t reply to Mr. McKlNNKY, Oct. bought of Win. Barton, M. hogs of this week. That we have the to the store-roowill admit Kirksvillo the latter part BU J. M. Johnson's denial Baughmun and Dr. Hugh Held at Tl.tltit The Women's .Parsonage Aid Socie. . tr The sciixatioual report to the olTcct that he was not with the posse in . (). I. I luirmun bought 01 tm K. church closed a week thu Negro who attempted to as- ty of the M. at 2o, some that all local option districts would bea small bunch of heifers a come subject to taloon licenses after sault the girl but did give L'pthegrove of prayer by special services Sunday c and OF offline of S. O. Seaulou at at He. Sept. 23 prove to bo a fake, as Chief the revolver and told him to kill the night, In which 12 ladies read papers i ...i of hogs of J. H. Swomi ....i. .... ..i. bunch Utsu-",u "" .i ""' n' '" '"' Justice Lewis holds that all local proUitol """ The Winchester Democrat mijs the hibitory laws remain in force, the only rascal on llrst bight and further u. lowa: .Mrs. .). w. uryani, .Mrs. that he would stand between htm and meeting at tho Cuinlwrlmu. Presbytelx.'lng that penalties for viola- all danger, adding he had lec use for a Turner and Misses Sallie Lynn, Stella conchange rian church there closed with uniform. Negro than any man living. Mr. John--.o- n Itupley, Annie Durst, Mamie Lynn, :tn additions to the church. tion such laws hftll Income veniens and This new will Imj gladly received here deliberately lleil when he elated Fannie Spootmniorc, Jennie Ljnn, Catherine and Ponce, Gen. John II. Castleman, Loulvill, and will put a quietus on the question At Lower Prices than ever known HarroiU-burthat J. S. Lee ever attempted to break Jennie Grlustead.Grace, music consistLinda The has oliered the Shakers near Hetter goods and lower prices we which would have been agitated again. up a republican dog fight on South iSl.OOO for what is known as the ed of special selections furnished by If the republican administration in Fork. give you and save your toll to II. Turner, of "(Mice Brick," and TOO acres of their To the jteople of Lincoln: The:?o are the choir, with Mrs. J. the cnuH) of the advance in wheal It i Danville. Nlcholusville, as organist, assisted by land. stakes at La miitjIj thu utilise of the scarcity of wa facts and enn be proven by 1" rospon- J. L. Itav with violin. On the whole, Box won the Kenton t v itriwkf riuutv Uir and nil the evil etfeots resulting wll.l.k 1'lt im.wi. toula Saturday, defeating Kmk it was a very creditable ulhilr and the therefrom. The supply "of wheat was whenever he will inr,uo a C0,.SJ lo! society J. L. Fkohman & Co., Danville. Wilkes, White Front and The Khwtor deserves much praise and en TKK ULUUIiTd OK TESXIS. by natu- clear hiinsel'. named. Whlu. I'rost wis diminished In the Old World in the order I further stat that Mr Johnson said courasfcinent in its work. ral causes, and so is water. They have favorite. invv-- . reason he was now a republican Is 1PG DINNKU TO B12GI VI2N ATCAL tat-vthe put a price on water in many w BMmr taMMT. "ii." W.! : !::!'-- : : At St. Louis 210 saddlers and hnriioei stances, ami in all cases we pay for the that the democrats knifed him too deep w VIN WHITT'S. hor-eold at an average of ?1M. The J. S. Lici:. the Inst campaign. hauling. This gives the laborer lr Hild for h nitwit Ti ih I.MIliir of tin- IsTmioit Jut iinai. highest price but there are more eonsiim- single i t'ji ,1... iilvlint nrliHj for On Friday, Oct. 22, there will be a 'er.sof water thuu there are laborers, President Spencer, of tho Southern grand dinner at Calvin Whltt's on Cehorse S'00. railroad, makes tills gratifying report: In b they have failed to do the trroatest Cotton touched the lowest rl During the year 1S.11 new manufactur- dar Creek, about three miles from Crab u m A.i'. In fact all kinds of .Ml.xed Teed at the thu oxeootJon of ISO I. good to the grouleel number. . ing establishments of various kinds Orchard. Fontaine Fox Bobbin is to vnf, In IS day after the death of I. Is. fl.10 were located at points uH)ii the compa- speak on tho past histoiy of this coun SI The January future sold down to C.a.ti ttouit hi widow received $2,000 cw. ii jk.mii.1. as M1TII llltll. 0.20 eu. at the ny's road. There have been completed try, and show who made It so great anu de1' ridny. year on the lines of the com- boundless and what party chufon I We are prepared to would have boxii received in 10 days i f during the The exmirt of wheat during the ' pany cotton factories alone working stroyed it. The candidates for county l kuojior, had been Jos0l'' ' ' " 103,000 spindles and 3,000 looms, the to- olllces are invited to be there In full month of Sepmber, Ju.t amouitKHl U) 3ft,SIW,S:jS at home to prepare the proof of death, tal cost of which lias been nearly forco and elToct. dipt. Whitt has an It records Than an one and now N tlio time to buy before price-- , advance. Como against 17.0trt.S16 for the .mme He had been a member for about three bushels and at tho clino of tho your inexhaustible well of the purest water ' 2,000 on years and his ', last year. and ee construction addition- In Lincoln county. Everybody Invited are under lcrlol amountwl to about half what hi prem- - there The Hourbon News ive that Mosos ' luuis would have cost in an old line in- - al mills which will include 02,500 spin- and especial invitation extended to il' cattle at those terrestrial angels denominated Krthn iKMtght 70 dles. ft do at surance company, and the security was lie 'mil Welhl Three persons were killed and mora the ladles, in common parlance. -, 100 Jtistiw good, there being 12..,000 gool C.U.V1N Wiutt. K. Clav bought 100 shiMitInjured in Uobliison's opera Uc J men iKiund for the payment of the score pounJ?, at house, Cincinnati, during tho performKDKOWLANDON POLK MILLI2U. claims and the amount set apart for t Durham, N. C., seven ance of "Dangers of a (heat City" FriprixeiiouVes MUxl with tobac- - monetary purposes is the same as that day night. The great central truss of Daxvilm:, Oct. 10. Mr. II. F. wooden et apart by the old sytem companies, co and eight dwelling wore destroyed the ceiling crashed down among the Smith tells mo that you are going to O.OOO, with The people have said that Insurance Sj " audience, and it is a miracle that many have my friend, Polk Miller, with you, bvftre The total los Is ltl,000,000.- was Uk high by placing ,'VInsurance. Of the many and I wish to say that he is undoubtedmore were not killed. was 000 of Insurance in natural premium It is estimated that fully $.VlO,000 taken to the hospitals, several will die, ly the grandest entertainer it has ever ,. ,i... ,.,,.. ilnn ttnolb on ttiu irois. iiriiMessiiioiiicoiiipiimes. KY". while others will bo crippled or maim been my pleasure to see. I had him i;cl in ni News reached here Saturday that .. i Hie -- ..,.,, for Loxinifton. y 1 here last year, and at my own home, ed for life. oe Mrs. J. I. Douglass, of Lebanon Juncassociation made money and will Yellow fever has made iUs appear- and if any one wants to enjoy a good tion, formerly of this city, was dangerpay out of debt. Seven laugh, go and see Polk Miller. I never ance ut Hay Si. Louis, Miss. able to corn ously ill. Her uncle, W. J. Ilomans, cases and one suspect have been saw a man in my life who could tell a A Minnesota farmer Insists that Mrs. PJIzahcth Potty, and her reported. F.xeont at New Or Negro story, or potray the old darkey makes a bettor and cheaper fuel than aunt, 10 brother, W. K. Jennings, left ut once coal. Ho raised enough corn on leans the fever seems to bo dying out better than ho, and his banjo playing house and feed two for her bedside. She died before their tor lack of material. At New Orleans beats anythinir vou ever hcaid. 1 had acres to heat his arrival and the remains were brought horses and a cow through the winter. to Mr. Unmans' residence In this city Sunday there were live deaths and 21 him a full house last year, and have v already sold 200 seats for him for the Ha The old mule owned by the Jones Saturday night. Funeral services wore new cases. '1 John Malloy, of Duquesiie, Pa., pros- 22d and will (ill the house. Lumber Company, at Williamsburg, conducted by F.lder George Gowcn on 22 I'D S. Howi.AND. for steal(ell from the tramway Thursday and Sunday at 3 l". M. and a very largo ecuted his instantly killed. Tho mule had crowd attended the burial in Lancaster ing $12 from him and the jury in its wa, Retrenchment and reform seem to be 12 verdict recommended that the court been at work on the trestle for Our stock now complete at Lowest C'i-- Prices. Cemetery. Deceased was formerly reprimand tho father and let the boy tho order of the day everywhere but in years. Miss LUxlo Jennings, dnughterof Mrs. Lincoln. The Hourbon iUcal court has go free. Hrummett, of Somorset, 11. Hayes Jane Jennings, and was in her 31st reduced tho salary of tho keeper of the Charles Duvall Decker, tho N. Y. has answered the advortlsomont of the year. She loaves many prominent relpoor house from $700 to WOO, and has of the Maoris for a husband and atives, a babe S days old and her devo Journal newspaper correspondent, who Queen reduced tho sum allowed the jailer for cabled her ho will go to her as soon as ted husband, Mr. J. 1. Douglas, togeth- rescued Miss Cisuuros from a Spanish superintending tho cure of tho courtshe sends him the wherewithal for his er with a host of friends to mourn her prison, forged a passport and sailed house from $200 to j"f. Tho appropriEvery thing New and Latent Stylo In Writing Paper, Tablets and Cards. from Havana, reaching New York in passage. ation of WOO to supplement tho salary untimely dopurturo. She was a devoRobert J. and John H. Gentry will ted member of tho Christian church, a bufoty. m of tho Commonwealth's attorney was Friday, Too jury at Benton, in the case of & pace a match race at Louisville pure and noble young woman, to whom discontinued. Noah Franklin, charged with tho murK llrowno, the regular driver of thu everybody was attached. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. John Sherman says the government Daisy Sullivan, reder of horses against time, will handle the w of Spain may have the right to demand VI Over confidence lias been tho direct turned a verdict of guilty and llxeil his reins over his clvolce, while Kil Geurs cause of many detents in tho return of lSvangollnn Cisneros, the the ditlorcnt punishment at life imprisonment. other. will drive the escaped Cuban prisoner, and tho pun 1 professions and vocatious of life, and it From January 1st to September 1th At Hopkinsvlllc Parker McComb ishment of her American liberator, but is none tho less true in political cam1 1 tho Kansas City dressed moat houses IM was given a verdict for $7,000 damages people would see sheep, an Increase of paigns. Tho fable of tho hare and against the L. fc N. for tho loss of both it is not likely tho killed 000,631 her given up without a struggle. is fitly applicable in many nearly HO per cont. over thu record for tortoise of by a train. cases of defeat. Constant and united his legs, which wero cut President Patterson, of the Kentucky corresponding date last year. They The case will bo appealed. State College, has denied tho use of It has fall l'oursis of Studv la all departments. It has trained and cKrIenced teach $1.2.') higher exertion alone insures success, especialreport prices 7.") cents to jury gave Sam A Scott county ly when the enemy is working in tho It has all needful facilities for tlio thorough training of girls In all grades. It was the dormitory to Nuthull, Ward and thuu lust year. Wright one cent against James W. Du- Lee, tho three best men on the foot ci. established for tho welfare and convenience of Mauford and Lincoln county. Let all tho of money won dark, and resorting to every bcheme peoplo of Stanford and vicinity. Instead of dissipating their Intluenco by puttonlzlng othThe greatest amount vall, whom tho former had sued for ball team, which means that the o In any and cunningly devised plan to bring er schools, rally around tho t'ollego and give It their united and hearty support. on tho turf by any single horse $10,000 for charging that ho had btolen Next Sessloa'opens Sept. Cth. For full Information call on .Mrs. Saulloy at tho college or will havo no team on the gridiron Tho best political orS200.000, which amount Is to about defeat. W.M. SlIHLl'ON. PuESincvr. country Is write for catalogue. ganizer in the State said that lie al- fodder from him. this season. tho credit of Isinglass. Tho largest ways worked in an An attempt was made Saturday night election ju&t as if William Campbell, an old soldier of American winner Is Domino, $202,335. he needed one mora vote and tho re to wreck train No. 3 on the L. & N. Crawfordsvillo, lnd., ate a piece of of Longfellow Negro, who bread literally covered with rough on The sons and daughters sult was that ho was ulways elected. near Lagrango. A young won nearly 31, 300,000. confessed his guilt, is under arrest rats and fearing that would not prove democrats should learn a lesson there. Tho Advocate says that Cogur & The from tills and each should realize that During the Tennewe Centennial and International Expotiiion at Asi-villswept over fatal ate a lot of Paris Green. He died A heavy snow-storDavis havo handled 200 curs of wheat several hours luter after guttering tho car, tho election of his ticket depends in a Southeastern Idaho. Tenn,, a low rate special tarij' lias been established for the sale of season of 800 bushels to this . on ills vote and his personal agony. . . lllft OOO llinh- - meut-urtickets from Cincinnati and other termintl points on the Queen & Crescen L"Vi" luiiKingnK'""" .,..! rf .,"--el- s. olTorts to induce ills neighbors and Miss SlIO At Carlisle, Ed Crump, aged 14, shot HlKTHDAY l'AKTY. lioute. At an average of SO cents per to vote. Constant work and of Sam Wilson, the tamo age, In tho abfriends birthday party given in honor Tickets are on sale daily until further notice to Chattanooga at $ 1.55 ote bushel, tho firm has paid out fully wheat was mostly shipped perfect organization alone can insure her little niece, Mao Haker, of Uurgln, domen, from tho ollects of which ho tray or fl.lK) round trip from Junction City, the round trip tickets being This victory. Let us pull together and have and Marguerite Warren, of this place, died in a few minutes. Tho youths good semi days to return; other tickets, with longer return limit, ut S7.S0 South, but some of it Fast for export. an lovo feast after tho en- was quite an enjoyable aflalr. Miss wero enemies, but Crump claims tho (ji(f at i'J.Vbfor the round trip. won a total of $23,0o0.0(l as Ornament emy has been dofeated. Jennio Hooker and Mrs. Wallace Var-no- n shooting was accidental. These rates en dU the public to visit Nashville awl other Southern point He started In 12 races, a W. II. Ilurdln, of Woodgrove, O., is assisted Ml&s Kmolyno Alexander Saturday being tho last day to placo at rates never before ojj'ered. Vestibuled traim of the finest class are at the won seven, was second twice, third of a baby, which is disposal of the passenger, affording a most pleasant trip, and enabling one This season candidates on the ballot by potltlon tho and Miss Suo in serving tho little tots. tlio father unco and unplaced twice. Those present wero Misses Marguerite perfectly formed and which is appain and to visit the very interesting scenery and important of 852,400, starting following were added for city council-meho has won a total 12. D. Bishop, James Dillon, Wil Warren, Katheriuo Held, Annie L. rently in tho best of health. A silver about Chattanooga, lookout Mountaiiuind Chickamauga National Miliraces, winning 10, second four in 15 hides tho little Ham George and W. K. Shugars. This Gooper, Loulso Payne, Lucy Leo Wal- dollar completely tary I'ark. Tickets to Nashville to vhlt the Centennial can jc purchased times and unplaced once. For tho two makes 11 candidates from whom six are ton, Elizabeth Higglns, Graclo Hrady, thing's face. races, won 17, at Chattanooga foa i'i. 10 round trip. Ask your ticket agent for ticktt via years ho started In 27 Friday Oct. 22, has been set apart by third onco and to bo selected. This will place tho sa- Jen Saunders, Mary Craig Hayden, the Q it C J'onuie South or ivrite to was second six times, and Mao tho schools of Keutueky as a day deditimes. Total amount ble citizens of Battle How in demand, Martha Varnon, Louise Paine unplaced three JAS1ES HOY, Agt. Junction City, or cated to tho memory of Daniel Boone. as thut place Is to Lancaster as Tum- - Baker. W. C. KINEAIiiiON, G. 1. A. Cincinnat won, $81,050.00. POXiK Tir-T-ifr-if- 5 1VJ AJLiJl.JtL.Jt1 i llouo, rTfj'W, An-stnk- es two-year-ol- - to-da- y OCTOBER 2QTH, 1897- - OSCAR P. SISSON, I ESTER WALLACE. Vcr-coun- ty 1,100-poun- d -- i, y e, waro-hous- e m K i?lt-i.- 1i T fc.. -M1""Tt:'i-3;.TV".if--uk- -. i It's All Over Now 10.--- In 1 -- "-.- pui-suit- of Finest -- Line i B .. Men's, Boys & Children's Clothing " g, 1 - -- w -.a v : . -i w - I 8 (oaf, Hay, 0 ats, Straw, Shtp-tut- r, IV ". . well-nig- I h LOWEST MARKET FR1CE. !.. ""1 uraus-men- ts 1 '; Sell COAL Cheaper ii l,aS0-pon- tl l,fi00-ioMn- U J. l. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. :::5-:r.J!.!.f??.!.!??';5:- n, ,''''.". ... i four-stor- y METAL ROOFING. ' -- FLOORING, X SIDING, - STANFORD, CEILING, FINISH. olll-cial- lv Farm and Yard Fence. WINDOW !i oight-yeur-old.s- immimmMm., GLASS. DRUGS, BOOKS AND STATIONERY. W. B. MoROBBKTS. m 1 I I m 1 I a feMflMrWM WWfel Where to Send My Girl to School Send Her to Stanford College. I Col-leg- quggd & wswwr. e, un-to- hl 1 Wo-ner- 's $12(5,-00- 0. two-year-ol- d. n: battle-groun- d i T?r P ptfwpHn''itffi"iM.tr- SIX Skn'atou Gokiihi. seems to bo pretty pledging themselves to vote for Weavstrong at home. His slate went through er for mayor. THRINTERIflR JOURNAL in ICenton Saturday as easy as roll- - Hon. T. 11. Needles, of Illinois, was Ing off a log and there Is a groat rat- - appointed to tho vacancy in tho uawo Stanford. Ky., Octoiier 19. iSg7 tllng among the dry hones. Judge J. , Commission made vacant by tho rosig-- I Tarvin won tho nomination for ir-- ' nation of A. H. Montgomery, of Ken-cujudge, by 1,"00 oyer Judge G. G. ' tucky. w. p. Perkins, who had served more than 20 Chief Justice Lewis, of tho court of years on tho bench. Henry Hallam, appeals, knocks out the contention that for 18 years circuit clerk, was beaten under a constitutional provision cor- DPA.3-:ES- . lt News Briefly Told Gov. Bradley has refused to pardon Cashier Shlpp, at Midway. A Chicago jealous woman shot her lover fatally and then committed suiex-Ba- IT'S MONEY That Makes The Mare 11 I waltox. two to ono by Kd Miller. D. A. Glenn principles, hiivo uny confidence in n mnii Can honest poople, with Used -- who changes his principles for policy and soils hid birthright for such a mess of pottago as the republican nomination for county judge? In other words do honest people think that Judge Dawson, who chntigos his polities as often almost as ho does his shirt, is the proper man to put at the head of the fbenl, Chaulks A. Dana, once the greator monotary affairs of Lincoln county? in a est of editors of one of the greatest paCan republicans have confidence man, who after being raised from mag pers in the country, but in latter years istrate to judge purely through the outstripped and overshadowed by many machinations of Judge Davison, turns in his own city, has at last gone tho upon him and accuses him of misfeas- way of all llosh, cirrhosis of tho liver ance in ofllce, claiming that he had to being tho immediate cause of his taken n wade through dust and rubbish to get off. Mr. Dana was for the greater of his life a democrat, but his ha the county judge's ollico in anything like decent shape to do business In and trod for Mr. Cleveland drove him out no end of trouble to get the records of the party and into tho republican straightened out? Gratitude to his fold. He outlived his usefulness and maker if nothing else should have clos- dies at the age of 7S with but few mourners among those who formerly ed Dawson's mouth as to Davison's admired him. but he thought at that time it was necessary to show the democrats Tin: court of appeals knocked a hole that he did not wear Davison's collar. in the perquisites of county attorneys Democrats we know will put no trust in by deciding that they are not v a n urn.. mlin nnmi liiiitlr rt Mil f l l.1.il (f a. r Saturday ,.u g0 au . u ulcd lQ o. ' oent of fopfeUe(l - ball so needlessly on his friends. The old;, per bonds, but are only entitled to Latins were right vhen they said, cent, of actual fines under tho act of "Falsum in uno, falsum in omnibus." 1892. Those who have drawn tho li'i If a man will deliberately and for tho per cent, are liable to suit for the sake of a little ofllce turn the cold amount. The decision will not affect shoulder to ono set of friends, ho will i attorneys to much extent in this coundo it again to his new found friends tho ty, but in largo cities the income from first opportunity that offers Itself of a that source is very considerable. possible lucrative nature. The "jedge" in his memorable card to the Lincoln' Tin: great and only original, blown ' county democratic eommittco at no in the bottle, Deboe, who as late as last more remote date than April '20th last vear wrote billet doux to populists ask-sait does not take a lawyer to be a ing them to vote for him for U. S. judge. This may be true, but ator because he and they agreed on the it takes a man with a head full of com- - silver question, is saying in his dreary Coroner Hood, of Louisville, has promon sense and tho courage to back his speeches for Bailey that the silver duced a big sensation by publishing convictions. Mr. Dawson is deficient isSUC is a "dead corpse." The 4'20-i- n that tho Todd management desired him both as his exploits on the bench pound hunk of Ignorance" must him- - to assist In carrying the election for hcre proved; notably in his decision in self feel like a dead corpse after read- the republican ticket by appointing tho Sandidge road case and his vote for ing what Editor Forrester says about 1,000 or more deputies. It seems' that Chadwick to have the In him in his last Capital. there is nothing too base for Louisthe first he hummed and hawed and ville's Negro mayor to attempt. finally apparently adopted a jocular It is a most romarkable coincidence II. Clay Evans has increased the pensuggestion to do like Solomon, "Cut tho that when tho dome of Robinson's sion roll by 13,000 names and increased child In two," made after he had said Theatre In Cincinnati fell In Friday the expenditures $3,000,000 for the fis"These road cases always slump me." night, killing several persons and cal year. It Is unnecessary to say more In the other he reserved his vote till mangling many others, tho play of to prove that he is an active political the crowd had dispersed and then vo- "Dangers of a Great City" was being agent for the republican party, which ted, saying that 'If I wait it will be enacted and that "Under the Dome" ha always given pensions for votes. charged that I did so to get my or- was billed for next week. Playing unJudge George B. Nelson, boltocrat, der a dome that acts In that kind ders," or words to that effect. and Maj. I. N. Cardwell, republican, of What the people want for county of stylo is a rather risky business and Winchester, nominated for circuit judge is a man of the strictest integri- - the performance there has been indefi-tjudge and Commonwealth's attorney, strongest convictions and above all nently postponed. respectively, by the republicans, will one who has the courage to do right Thk young German at Berlin who not go on the November ballots as they under all circumstances. Does Mr. failed to accept. This loaves GYutcher Dawson combine these qualities? If obtained his sweetheart's consent to and Scott without op)Ositlon. you think not vote for James P. Bailey, take 10,000 kisses, on a wager, from 10 hours and became unconThe collectors of internal revenue who stands without accusation and her lips in scious after the It.T.'iOth kiss, his lips In have been a little premature it scum above reproach. the meantime becoming paralyzed, in taking the decision of Assistant AtThe Mt. Vernon Signal charges D. must have been a mighty poor sort of torney General Boyd as final. Tho atP. Bethurum, republican candidate for a fellow and a worse kisser. Wo have torney general ha-- , refused to sign it, county judge, with nearly every crime known young men to take that many and will review tho entire case and in tho catalogue, from removing un- kisses at one sitting and then like a hoar what the civil service commisstamped whisky from a U. S. bonded pig squeal for more. sioners have to say before taking final warehouse and serving live months in action. Wu knew without assurances from jail for it, down to being disbarred by A few years ago Senator Lindsay, the pension department for filing forg- him to tho contrary that the statement who now follows the fortunes of tho ed declarations in pension cases. Forg- that Gov. McCreary had announced for gold bugs, said in a letter to the Winery and perjury are common charges the U. S. Senate to succeed Lindsay chester Democrat: "Silver should be against him, as well as the further was untrue. Gov. McCreary is going rcmonetlzed without restriction as to charge of deciding cases before hear- to redeem this district next year and the amount which may bo coined and ing the evidence and of acquitting the then the people will give him some nut in circulation and the old silver guilty und holding the innocent with- thing better than Congressman. dollar should bo made a legal tender of all out bail. Speaking of these charges, TilEitn is ono less soldier for the for all sums and in payment all of which are not mere rumors, but government to take care of. J. W. debts, public und private. proven facts, to a Rockcastle county Oliver, an inmato of the Soldiers Home Tho Louisville Critic thus decribes man the other day and adding that they at Leavenworth, Kas., got mad with George D. Todd, whoso fate the voters ought to send Bethurum to grass with- the governor of the home and attempt- will seal on tho 2nd of November: Un out contest, u republican who stands ed to blow his residence up with dyna- scrupulous, revengeful, full of cunning; high In the counsels of his party, re- mite. Result, trial and conviction to scorning the meeting Ie marked, "These charges wont hurt six years in the pen. groes on terms of social equality; In Bethurum, but make him stronger with llamlng tho ignorant whites; ambitious the republicans of Rockcastle." Could Thk court of appeals, we are glad as Lucifer und deceitful as this same anything better illustrate tho depravi- to announce, decides that the new con- old devil himself; lies just to keep him ty of a party better than such a re- stitution does not nullify elections held self in nractice: ugly, venomous and mark, which we know from exnerieneo under special acts. The whlskoyitcs unworthy of confidence, is tho truth, the whole truth und noth- - who struck at onco to thwart the will riie Harrodsburg Sayings reprodue ing but the truth, so far as a certain of tho people In local option counties es our article, picture and all, of Judge class of republicans are concerned. We will therefore have trouble only for Sautley and adds: Tho judge is learned do not believe all republicans are so their pains. in the law and has made us a most ef corrupt nor do wo believe Rockcastle ficient, honest, upright and fearless republicans us a whole are so base as to ' Whkn tho Louisville Dispatch was olllcial. He is deserving of tho suprally to a man's sunnort because he is brought into existence it was conlident- - port of every citizen and we of Mercer botli a law breaker, and a convicted ly predicted that it would not live u county will do a handsome part In reone at that. The honest element of month. It was six months old yesterday turning him to tho position ho now so that party, we aro sure will join the and its vitality seems as strong as its ably fills, doing justice and judgment democrats in electing Rlchurd Gott efforts for democracy. to rich und poor alike. Williams county judge. He is an hon- i Whom will the Danville Advocate Hon. J. W. Bailey, of Texas, who man, capable and support for clerk of the appellate court? made the best speech delivered hero est and well qualified for tho very Important Be a man or a mouse und put up the by anybody in the campaign of 1M)IS, is ollico and will fill it with credit to him- name of one of the live candidates: to speak at Versailles on the 2.'jth, at self and constituents. "Under which King Bczonian, speak Cynthiana 2fith, Newport 27th, Mays-vill- e 28th, Richmond 2!)th, Shclbyvillo Thk rads do put out a sweet sot for or die?" 30th, New Castlo Nov. 1st at 1 o'clock the olllces to be sure! Look at this Duo Skat is the name of aGeorglan, and Lexington at night same day. Hop. county, look at Rockcastle, look at Ca- -' who is applying for Federal office. It Charles A. Towne, of Duluth, Minn., . TI.. ilmim t.i tl.f. lot,... ...it...... .. will be too bad on him if the appointing has also been engaged to make speechcandidate has to publish an ullidavit power says "Skat, dug on you." es for tho democratic ticket. that he is innocent of tho oft repeate d Tho N. Y. Journal has completed a charge that he not only followed tho POLITICS jkjII of tho city and obtained tho prefbusiness of circulating counterfeit monThe Negroes of Jessamine county erences of 277,871 electors. Of these ey but uctually counterfeited himself. Van Wyck, Tammany, Is the choice of have named a ticket for county 8'J,0rli; Henry George, democrat, FKANKFOKT politicians are discussSeth Low, citizen's Union, ."9,7ft!, ing John W. Ycrkes for governor. Tho B. R. Baker, of Laurel county, has Estin great harmon-ize- r been nominated by tho democrats for Gen. Tracy, republican, 44,001. Boyle county man is and is about the only man in the representative from Laurel and Rock- mating tho total vote at 550,000, tho rerepublican party who castle counties. sult November 2, based on tho poll, could give the democrats any sort of a Over 2,000 of the best business men would be: Van Wyck. 17(5,269; Georgo, of Louisville race. have signed a paper 168,345; Low, 118,288; Tracy, 87,008. wv-tio- Harvey Myers for tho nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney by more Cecil than 1,000 votes. Pence defeated Judge Athey for tho nomination for police judge by 100. Athey had been in oftVo continuously, either as mayor or police judge for '20 years. Win. Jennings Bryan has offered to come and speak fi.r Tarvin and the ticket, if he desires It. M ..., cm M 1 .,- I ys Sen-coun- ty cide. Go ! At Corblu, an old quarrel resulted In tho killing of Sam Wilson by Kdwartl And Prices that make the people come Wnv v. have tl" Prices and Crump. (all you have to do U look at these and ctmpir Everything we ad- -! Kdward Langtry. husband of the Jertain local option laws became void bep-besey Lily, died In an insane asylum In vertise wc sell and what we mention as bargains are really Bargains. tembor 2S. It's facts or nothing with us and it umlMUmg sttetncnts in our ad- Tarvin, of Kenton England. Judge James I. Judge Milton Stuvunson, one of vcrtiscments. We received a porsonal letter from has now profess to p. it before the public three grades Hon. W. J. Bryan offering to speak In Georgetown's oldest ultlxons, died front of Men's Suits, as best on the tnirkct for the prices $., $650 and hh behalf if he Is nominated for cir- tho effects of a fall. John Smith, of Peewoe Valley, Mo., SS.50. cuit judge. Plnevlllo says that shot himself through the head while on A dlsimteh from Charles W. Metcalt will again be In his knees at prayer. A young man at Camden, X. J., was tho Held for secretary of State and U. arrested on the charge of murdering C. Ford will be a candidate for State Are Black and Blue Cheviots and Scotch M xtures in Brown. They his mother and grandmother. treasurer again. Owingsvillc people are buying wntor are well made with good linings. Justice Stephen J. Field, has notltled McKinley of his Intention to at 25 cents oer barrel hauled from Hon. President retire from the United States Supremo A. W. Baseom'a spring near that place. court bench. Gen. McKenua, also of A Dunkirk, O., Negro dreamed he California, will bo named as his succes- was being cut with a raaor and jumped Black Cheviots. Black Clay Worsted (square from a two story window receiving fatal Are three specials. sor. commission is sus- Injuries. only) and Brown Scotch Cheviots in Plaids anil Small Figures. cuts The civil service The local hoard of health at Galves- Guaranteed to be all wool picious of some of tho "old soldiers" and handsomely trimmed up appointed by Mr. Sapp to take the ton, To.v., olllctally declared no yellow fever in that place, and no danger from places of democrats In the revenue Is looking for their, war re- infection. and Prof. Andrew Schneider, aged ti., cords. Inspector Lester's investigation, it is the leader of Schneider's Band, and ono Are the best. No. i Black Clay Worsteds, in round or square cut t.lin Rtntn Is nitt of tho best known musicians In Lou a.t.l ol.ntf sacks or frocks. A tiptop, genteel article. is dead. conville. losing money on the Martin chair W. A. Wise, tho bicyclist, rode from tract, but that tho Income pays for 21 cents per day Washington to Now York City in 27 cost of material and ! hours and 3!l minutes, breaking the refor euch convict laborer. A siweial from Nlcholasville to the cord eight hours. Children's School Shoes & 7SC A Si 50 quality. A Negro ran tho yellow fever quar- Baby Shoes, 25c. Louisville Dispatch says that Hon. antined gnntlet 15 miles from New Or Ladies' Grain and Glove Grain Shoes for every day wear Si. Ladies' Patterson said In his speech there Nice Kid Shoes fj? Si, in all styles. Men's plain and point toe shoes that the sllverites were a mere "gang leans and was lynched. A young man at Torrington, Conn., (?who sat on tho street corners and chewSi; worth Si. 50. Boys' fine shoes, all styles, (; Si to $2 50. whoe sweetheart had committed suied cheap tobacco and drank rot-gcide, shot himself to death. whisky." An edict has been issued in Mexico Will President McKinley permit tho contribut- by a Catholic dignitary excommunicatWall street syndicate which ed upwards of W.OOO.OOO to the cam- ing members of tho Masonic fraternity. New Flannelettes in beauiiful patterns for ladies' wrappcas ($ 10c yd. Paul Lchnoider. a Boston laborer, paign fund for his olection to rob the All wool ladies' cloth in black and blue ( 25c per yd. Novelty bcx government of $20,000,000 when tho was completely overcome by heat Satgovernment's interests in the Union urday. At 2 o'clock tho thermometer checks in fancy colors ( 15c per yd. 34 inches wide. All wcol French black and blue Serge Pacific railroad Is sold on Nov. 2?. asks ter registered 7. 25c per yard 36 inches wide. Judge Gaynor, of New York, declares the New York World. f ..... at ! I Our $4.00 Suits Our $6.50 Suits bcr-vic- e, Our $8.50 Suits Shoes ili-i- t I Jo-sla- b - ut Dress Goods. (- - that four inches of space in a new-p- - ' j poor-hous- e. T. I). K.V.N' KY. Manankh. was destroyed by fire Sunday. Flo thousand persons were rendered home- Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, UnnNtoun, I.nurvncehurg. fyntlilann, Vorsaillix, Georgetown, Klizabetlitown, Frankfort, and Mntickport, Ind. less. As far as is known, no lives were lost. At Louisville because of an Informality the dying statement of Mamie Hartli was ruled out of evidence, and the woman charged with causing her death went free. factory buildFire in a seven-storing in New York Sunday caused a loss of $300,000. In another New York lire throe mon wore terribly burned, ono dying soon after. per Is more effective than a public meeting in promoting any good cause. The town of Windsor, Nova Scotia, THE LOUISVILLE STORE. A.2UKHAXSKY : CO, IWwrrc.iw. Ktni-lunce, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Heavy Boots, y Gents' Furnishing Goods Rubber Coats, Mclntohes, Trunk and Vnliscs. Low. Term Cash. I y, out of every 100 patrons of the Harrodsburg graded school will say "Amen" to Prof. Bell's good judgment in prohibiting football on the school grounds, says the democrat. Tho Silver Heels, a two - masted Ninety-nin- e Vices schooner, escaped from New York barber a cargo of arms and ammunition for Cuba while a revenue cutter with deputy marshals and Plnkerton detectives was looking for her. H. J. MoROBERTS. the I'hilotacvn tlcctricn, omits ulectrio fimrks. Tho I111111I which tonchun it espprh'tict'H iihIiocIc. Tho coroner of Cook county, ii, II'.S n plaut tjnt itrows in India, called TR USSES I.utot hikI mou approved ! A Com- - lv!lt an I I .l-- I'v ry I t Irani 11 Uuir.uitoii sun-ligh- t; luijuotH during 18!l(t. Tlicro woio3(51 fuicidvtf, of which lUGworo hy poison nud 117 hy Hhootin. Tho Spaniards vroro originally culled IlispiuiioiiH. Them in a tradition among tho SpaniardH that they aro descendants of Tubal, fifth hoii of Japliet. In thu year 1805 Switzerland lind 2,008,101 native inhnbitnntH and 200,-00- 0 resident foruiKiiurH, whilo 200,000 Swihs were Jiving in other countries. Tho tallest of trees nro to bo found in tho state forest of Victoria, Australia. They belonu, to tho eucalyptus family mid raiiRo from 300 to fiOO feet in height. During 1890 Utah produced 3,501,-80- 0 pounds of copper, 7U,'130,000pouuds of unrefined load, 8,728,705 ounces of lino Kilvor and 03,800 ounces of flno gold. In Zululaiid, whon tho tuooii is at tho full, objects nro distinctly visiblo at as grent a distance as seven miles. By starlight only ono can boo to rend print with hold easo. Ills., pl if I.IlK CI' Fountain and Household Syringes, Hot Water and Ice Bags, nar-And Surgical tippli a .Helulty. Wu guarantor I'rlCfs mid Quality. CRAtC N. . Si HOOKER. or- - Where you have more than one quality of any drug dercd, and when we do not specify the maker, JIIwaYS That is Send fehe Besfe. the way our orders to wholesalers read and that's why your prescriptions arc always properly filled here. Cohn, ncolebrnUxl bacteriologist, sayH under fnvorablo conditions, multiply in thrco days to 4,772,000,000,000 and make a mass weitfhinir 7 fino tans. a singlo germ could, . PENNY'S DRUG STORE. HiQil law-abidin- g I A very extouslvo domestic imiuhtry in Russia consists of tho maunfacturo of wooden spoons, which aro mado to tlm amount of 30,000,000 annually. They aro nearly all uiadu of birch. Headed by U. S. ryJOOEL, r)0. 38,353. In tho German toxtilo industry 1,017,-00- 0 Model, No. persons aro employed. In 13 yenrH Son of Klovor'.s IZ.VJ1, on orUU.71U. tlm greatest breeding hog living, arid IIUNDI.KY'S UliAUUl-.- , .o. Champion, Claude. No. tho males decreased from 582,070 to toppy voang ixmr ri'iiur fortlio World'n Columbian gills old enough to breed, 11,007. l'liio. "iitvicu. A iow biiovv and 052,230. Their plnces havo been fillod a HpCL'Ialty, for salu, j ni', hih'k is Hiririiy iirhweiass in every luspect, with bred bows wIiomj number grow from pedigree-.- , rrit'es reasonable anil satisfaction guaranteed Writojoiir wants or como and by fonialos, 300,522 to 101,310 in the samo period. seo my hoi's. Jersey Cows for wile. They aro good ones. Also A few fresh Mammoth I'ekln Duck A. K. lin.NIH.EV, llox 1U8, Danville, Ky. Tho strangest saloon iu tho world is KggHNM for i:t. a tavern in Ilendon, England. It stands in tho center of an old churchyard, and ancient tombstones snrround it. It is Locust Herd Reg. Poiawi Ciiinas. -- H. G. RUPLEY, olli-cer- s. S.i,-00- 0; rent-into-shre- only licensed beer saloon iu tho neighborhood of tho graveyard. Mention has boon made of an inscription just observed on a tomb in Conway churchyard, England: "Hero lieth tho body of Nicholas Hooker of Conway, gonWemau, who wan tho forty-firs- t child of bia father. William Hooker, by Alice, his wife, and tbo father of 27 children, 1B87 t-TB- E MER6MNT TAILOR -- IsJ Receiving his- - " FALL AND f WINTER f GOODS. Joods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. . i s MAN'S AXLVAL Tho youth sighed. "With, a coal famine staring us In the fnc and the price of gas certain to EFFORTS MADE TO EXTERMINATE SOME OF THEM. StANFOKU. Kv . OCTOIIKK IQ. 897 rise, I'm nfrnld our courting outlook for next winter Is n very dubious one," lie Mild. I'.ilil I'or Srclps nt Wolves Premium "Never mind, Charlie," t,ht answered, I WALTON. Coyotes nml I'tintliera How tlui cheerfully, "we run go without gas and l.ani Ilnw I'ern Tlirn Ativan-t.tsit closer." Cleveland Plain Dealer. ir by tlif l'ii;in icIjiIimI. Autumn In Hit Country. Mrs. Simpklns (sentimentally) Oh, Iii jrnr lionlc pi.tdishcil ly tim i how lovely It is in the country at this of tl:tie is a season of the year. Do you not prefer to "Animals bupjioeil to 13u September and October to nil other F(hh of Mankind, " says the Washingmonths for summer tours? ton l'ojt. It telh itlior.t (lis miimtualH Mr. Simpklns (enthusiastically) and liirdu native to this country which Yes, indeed; we get board nt'hulf rntes tire mipuOH'd to ho hostile to humttii be now. Yellow IVooh. iiiui uiid their inOu'tric. It eatiuot be mid tltnt in tlm United A I'immIIcIIiiii. Waltlnu for irorerlty nil alone tho line! Srnles IcmHic have brtmght bor.t the Waiting for the sunlight of the letter days oxt; ri;.iimlioii of single Kpn-nof to shine! in any state. The rarity of wolves Tlio sliicKHrtls llko to mlM the K'olflen clo- east of tho Mirwirwippi liyer it ratlier rls when thee htirM; The imtn who ail vert lasas Is the man who'll due tn fie settlonctit of the country " T trAVfiwr.;'see them first. ."i than lo the miml r killed for rcw.trdf. aa?'C?ftti?. Winhlnstoii Star. On tixi jttcat plain, where tivilixntiuu bus net oueroached upon nalnre's I'lttlOK IMIslTIV to any griut extent, the wohes ptiLly, Inui' net durensrd l:igh prctniums jkuiI for -- rlgHT! hculr. Almost uniiutilitedly eoyutus, ? which are a small breed of wolves, have DltHOCllATlC TirKKT. (T increusod in Ualiforniu during tlio J.SHACKIil.l'Olll) For AV(( CTk, threu years since the Lonuty on tliem IJJ - Qirtmii Jmlgr, M r. SAL'FI.KY Cl. was witlidrawn, so that there aro now V V " Omn'tik Attorney, J. S. OWSUiY, Jr. its many of thoni in tliat state as ever. A California. Montana and Toxiih otleretl " SluU SnMior. GKO. T FA HI! IS. 5 npieei) for coyote .calps for some " UeprMentmiit, - it. F. Ml HI II time, the outlay ngureiMtiug liuudrcds " Qmnty - JAS. P. JIAIU'Y of thousands of dollar", hut tho results " Cbttnti Clerk. G 120. B. COOpFlt. y. f L Sim were unimportant. Iowa and Minne' QtmntAUomrs,llAli'liY Ulil.M. sota are tlio only western states which " Cirruit Clrrk, J. F. llUl.DAil now pay more thim $;i per wolf sculp, A .1 ill. M. nWKXS " akerif, and in Iowa tlio rate for young wolves " Jnikr, GKO. H'. DIIIIUHD Mvamvnile in sonio parts of tho coun- C. G.liAKEH. " Ammur, try wolves and ooyotes sro very destrucl.AS'DGllAF. " Conner, ll'J. tive. In New Mexico they kill from Su,H. Scbk, OAKLAND .i.V..ATO.V jJlfiO.000 to SaOO, 000 worth of sheep The tominm for Xttfkirutf ttrr: J. II. "Thut we IwkI n KOd time I remnler annually, and in Nebraska tho dnmngo Home. ifciV""'; r. ). U'alliu, (W Or well: but diuVt koon I'd wtjoyed f duuu to sheep i rcekontal at $100,000 ekmnl; II' ,1 Cvfv, Sloper. o nueh."r-A- ly J T. a yr.ir. One tlifilcttlty in tho wolf problitwcu, Wayitfthnrg lem lies in tint fart that it is iuiposiiblo Tlir- lllliK. of all tlio to mire tho The twintr for Cotutnhlr nre: J. And now my tavtutem bteycte, t Tu .Malr doer I It tin h on the states. This Inek of ,SrW I'fjfton, Styttftnl; T. A. I'ttitt. Cntb I want a txille U(K)B my wbfl. subject of bounties in general opens a Orehtrtl; T ''. Anmw7y, lltutomiittr; II', Ami nno that I ram rkuje. wide door to fraud. Feiilp taken in loDetroit Journal. F (lyir, IT'i'iifjMiry. calities where rewards aro low ate shipA Mronitr 1'a r. ped to places t. hero premiums are high, (Juoou ,V I'rescenl lluuUi. Ilnndwmu "How did the Kker frame cocne out at and thus it often battens that a county vlw of your girlV Inet nirhtV" lithograph, eotorod Idrda-e.is rompelled to pay for animals that did "I whs nearly killcl. I held four sees not belong to it. At the present time Chattanooga, Missionary while the old man held a ymW of tHnoo. h bounty on wolves and coyotes varies n Hidgf uml orlion of the lie won." from . l.fiO to 3S, the latter price being fleldjns roen (rotti the "Why. how's that?" paid in the Black Hill regions of Hontli Highest of Lookout Mountain. "He had theut on his feet." Town Dakota. In North Dakota it i.s $2; it is On ttu jHiKr; Topic. of lUhoKrHpherVurt. fl in Montana and Wyoming, and in plaUilOxlM. Mailed for 10 cnls in Iowa it is ?n, except for young miimalo. A 1'iiltitri' friun Johnnie. W. r. lUiMttt'stHt, Ksa'l Niw'r .lobntiie Ma. do tny ever put Hsh In Thus rewards may bo claimed profitably ugu, J. .fc C. Wouu. (hiclanntl. . in Iowa for coyotes killed in North Dalwttlcs? Ma Not tlwt I know of, my boy. kota. V. ('. T. I, convention. Toronto Tlio wolf bounty in Nevada was f0 yen iwk? (World') What iiaskcs )nt., (CuiituU) October .lohmile Nothlof, only 1 heard pajwt cents when California was offering 5 Oct. $WM, 1ST. say that he had four lKttle of bass for Koitlpw. Consequently thousands of scalps wcro shipped from Nevada to ItoMitfi Courier. l'ubllo Health Aaoclntlrto, (Ameri-ean.- ) for dltuter California, and largo numbers of thorn Philadelphia, l'u., Oct C0111I 'I'll Inn. Too Miii'ti of were actually imported from Mexico, so ISO". W. C. T. I'. uoureuiion, NUu-il- l; "What's the mntter with that that California found hurself getting IlMtfulo, N Y., October now'.'" asked the old gentleman poorer nt n distressing rate, and tho 1M7. ef hht poiillng daughter. "It's one of bounty law was reisaled. Owing to igConjfivkfstloHid Methodist church, the Isrjfeat nntl most e.penhie thut I norance of natural history on tlio part of local authorities, heads of domestic Ootterut Conference-- Cnlmr:, TAns, eould tlnd." "That't just the trouble. It's entirely fowls partridges, phuasuut.s, cuckoos, Novoinbor lU. too large." Detroit Free Press. butcher birds, etc., were accepted and Do you play whUt, euchre or talmr paid for us those of hawks and owl Acriimmnilut Iiikt I'lirlner. giitiioety The V. V. V. playing winl Is Itdy (dtiilr.g dance) Mon Dlett! I under tho "walp act" in Pennsylvania. card on the lune lost my hairpins, and now my hair The ekins of dogs and other domo.itio butter thau any Send oent for one deck tw N Kin to fall ilow o er my uhoulder. animals are fnqtieutly turned in for market. l'artner Neter mind. I shall be glad tlioiu of wolves and eeyotes. In tlio case 2T cent for two decks, (nUiiup or curto pick it up for you. Ij Monde Qhii-Iqu- of small animals tlio heads are somegen'l Hitw'r rency) to C 11. Ilynn, times accepted in 0:10 county and tlio ag., (. V o. Uy., Citiciiiuult. Ohio tails in another county, fo thut tlio prelit iiciort. miums are collected twice. Ono county lhtcklm't Arnica .Vift. "The npMtrel oft jiroclslins the man," iu North Dakota, waging war on ground in the Th twit tt rult , lruto l she quoted. Fquirrels, first, required tlio head, then iMltrr, mm, Hln,Mlt Thmtn. few "The lack of It the woman," he added; the tail and a year or two later all four litnl, t bilKUIs. itttot, 'nl ail klnriUoii. H.itliMi Huimy rwtnlrad. It and as she happened to be in a ball gown r iinar4Jtl to fir fHwi attliotlwi mI humm-- V. II. at the time she naturally considered the feot. by l'rici i3iUlrtix. 1"T Ouo interesting effect of tho bounty MelWWrU, I'rurlK. remark personal. Chicago l'ost. system is to encourage the breeding of (Micnii l.lfe Sin Int. tho animals outlawed. It is said that iu Cunut initio - tr ., for Dr. Kij' .Wir Will The life sater has a thankless India many natives aro regular)' en( thr it.iili.lM in lb w.rlil fit nil TliU lrt tank. mi'i lr nnHWHlii gaged iu tho business of propagating Am i.fii.mh iil It uill iun him! iwt I'.xtit) ttll l aiuaruHtrt'.l .lob Why, I saw n man offer him n snakes for tlio sake of tlio premiums MI lc U.4ni .Uvi...lnt ltbitH hivuhmmiIu, limMrhllU, nmch, dollar yesterday for saving his Hfel offered by tho government for venomous flil In allnn, liar Intr, ami in.iitiillni . It U th lifl, i Kripi frtalo ami Dili Perhaps that w as all he thought serpents. There is no donbt that tho a kj(i Sir nil iww, liMint In Brooklyn Life. same tiling has been done in this conn-tr- y It l alraj well to tut lr Klnn's it was worth. miri. Na.lie IllUItt fnHtnrclliin wltli lr KIik' witli various animals for winch A Clnnti nt Arum. DlmfiTitry, ailhey riiilalranl ,,,"e ,l' t'i""ti v guarant) and tMiwel 'rr't it.ill(.ulUni r "Well, llobh', have you had a pleas- bounties woro granted. For oxitmplo, W. II Frw trial tilltl n'turii nuiiwy tho eggs of hawks and owls havo been ant day?" ilnu 'Inn. lU,?iilr U .Vh. til St. "Yes'm; me and duck took our hree taken from the nests and hatched under pups an' went oer t' play 'th Hilly hens. In Iowa a fow years ago it was .1 Valuable Prescription. Perkins' four eats." Detroit Free said to be more profitable to rear coyotes (Alitor Mnrrlvm, ol Ilia WortliliiKtnn. Iml , Mm, for the bounty than to raiso sheop, and 'You line a vhIimIiU- iireorlllini In Tress. vrrluw: Kentucky and Now Mexico havo recoglitcctrie Hitters. iul I ran rlicTfiilly rivimnu'ii'l a ni It (or ciiitl'ill'in ami ulrk liriiliclit nl Medicine. nized tlio possibility of breeding wolves Mr. Annie ml ytiin tniile It li no "Were those cough drops beneficial J" by requiring affidavits showing that tho I'tri'i Cnttaii innc Avfimo t'hli.iifi, wjxall run ilow.i coulil not eit nor illuct fooil, (ml n !( "They worked like a ehnrm. They unimuls had not been raised for the acln lilrli ncTir left her anj felt tlre-- ami weary, sako of reward. Britisli Columbia, by lx Imttlea of Klevtrlc Hitter rr'tunil lirr have such a horrible taste that the chiltint Boshoilth ami renewd licratrrnth. l'rlr Wk' ami dren have all Mopped coughing." the way, pays bounties for wolves, at tt II. Mellolrta' drnit atorc. I. Oet a ton Traveler. coyotes uud puuthcrs, but requires that tho skulls shall bo presented to tho "My lmy cntne homo frotndseliool one day From HI 1'olut of View. ivith hU lui'iil badly lacerate anil blue iIIiik curator of tho provincial museum for yirst Mule A mutt paid me a compain," mivs Mr. K J. anil NtilTerliifr Kr, bcieutilia identification. pliment Srliall, with Meyer Itroi. HrtiK Co., rU. l.ou-The pocket gopher is ono of tho worst Second Mule What was it? Mo. 'l ilti'M-t- the wound and ittipltt'd man has ChatntMirlnln's I'sln llnlm freely. All puln First Mule He said I wob the most enemies kingdom. to encounter iu tho reuhod ami In u remarkably wliort time It obstinate mule he oversaw. Puck. animal It does all its work Tor wounds. Ithoul leaving a t.eur. underground, tho lines of its tunnels I know NprAltih, NWflllngK and rheiiimitlim Very CIobc. boing marked by dead and dying plants. of no niedlelno or prucrlptlon eipial to It. "Lsn't there some sort of n relation- Its burrow runs a foot or less borow the The 25 consider It a household neeesUy." ship between Madge and Mr. Dashing?" surface and is dug for the purposo of and SOe sizes for sulo by Crulg .V Hooker. a ''Oh, yes, Indeed. He was the first getting at the roots on which it fcods. IT SAVKS I'UOIM'V CHILDKKN. mun she was ever engaged to." Har- Ono may travel for weeks in n region Seaview, Va. Wo liavo u uplenilld sale on lem Life. infested by gophers and yet not see ono OlunilMjrlaln's I'litigh Itemedy and our ef them; they labor and destroy unobNot Neelled. coinlnc from far and near, spesk of It In tlui hlguciit terms. Mativ have nald "Can't I fit out your residence with served. Buffaloes iu thoir past abunthat their ehlldron would have died of eroup our new burglar alarm ?" ao numerous. dance ware uot If Chamberlain's Cough Homedy had not "No use otf earth for tihein, man. Tho Gophers do uot disappear boforo man, been given. Kellum iOurren. Tho 25 and fluo sizes for sale by Craig & Hooker. twins aro only three weeks old." De- but remain iu the cultivated fields, lnokiug huvoo among tho crops and killtroit Free Press. A CUKE kok niuors COI.10. ing the orchards. Tho little beast is Up anil UoTTrt. Rr.souitt'E, Screven Co., Ga. I have licen very brave, not hesitating to attack: a subject to attacks of bilious colic for sever"I wonder what Grinder's wife get al years. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and him up at such an uneartiilyhourlntfie mau on slight provocation. When young, Dlnrrhw llemedy Is tho only sure relief. It it looks strikingly Itke a baby, being acts like a charm. One dose of It gives I). morniug for?" hairless untl pink, with n round head all other remedies fall. 0. "So she'll Qiave jnoro time to carl him and fat hands. It runs backward as raptjhnrt). KorMtlo by Craig ii Ilocker. down, I guess." Chicago JournaJ. idly as forward through its tuarrcla, and A Dainty Tlirunt. its equipment of tooth is so admirable Daisy She 'lias such a pretty foot. I that it is able to inuko 13,200 cuts a Tho Bpccial grand jury Investigating tho assault on Mm. Gloulson ut Now-po- don't know where you would find any- miuuto. thing smaller, do you? hiw returned 13 indictments. SevA Potato Digger. Frances Yes, the sJioc she wears. en of these are for criminul ussault, A novel potato digger, recoutly patwhich is punishablo by death, while ented, consists of a plow, with tho An KfToct. six aro for aiding and abetting tho aspoint in tho center and two flanges to wus at Wilkins card He How dull It sault. Tho former wo-- e held without turn tho earth and tubers either way inparty last night. o to two largo revolving wheels with ball, tho latter can got out of jail on She Yes; in the early part of the work rkns about a foot wide giving $2,000. Tho trials aro set for evening. It got brighter toon after which sift tho dirt from tho potatoes. Nov. 8. you left. N. Y. World. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 A Helpful Svreetlicnrt. E0ES. ROBERT FISH Is now back at his old In Mrs. Kfjbert'rt store-rooready to give you a Mitt-clashave and haircut. All needing work should call ou htm. lie ts sure to Icum you. Crab Orchard, Ivy. OS The crack barlier, stand m ss Con-lllrtiii- t; tdbiMf PLAN FOR 12 y A A S Strayed or Stolen. How. weight aliout 200, marked with miller half crop right ear, left spllf. A suitable reward for Information as to her If stolen will give S for the whereabouts. Identity of thief If black, and $.'0 If whltr. JO?'. 1IAM.OP. Stanford, Ky. 11 It In PIGGERY. llrtiNonttlilr In 1'iml mill Anmipra lllaek ugrii-nltut- ehtip-tcrtbuotc- d 11 aui-m- --- '''' f'-jiJ- w L(vl V! V rri kft do-tLn- in ja-r- ri J4K&h The accompanying figure shows the ground plan of a piggery .10 by K) feet. It provides room for ten brood sows, unless one pen be used for Go. storing feed. The center alley should Ik; excavated nbout two feet deep below (IK STANTOHl), KY. the level of the fioors and eetnetitil, and should hne a fall of about six - 5200,000 00 Inches toward the manure receptacle. Paid up Capital, 17,603 80 Surplus, The wooden fioor of the alley should be made of Inch matched material put Ily pruviil'irn of Iu charter, ilesltors nrc a lijnkj, prxtetlpil together in the form of batten doors, rallylitirphuMer art) Irltnr3 In Nationallialilp to littlil laid on light cross timbers also remov- Its extent of tlio aiiKiiiiitiif Imllvliliinlly therein at tlio tlmlratiK'k able, that the cement lloor of the alley tlio r value tlianxif, in aiMitlon to tlieatiioimt In Mifli Miarw. It may act i exwutor, may be cleansed from time to time and Ac, a fully u. mi Individual covered lightly with dry enrth to Tendnrtnn our UiaiiLilo tlHv kIhi hare entrust-e- l to trimt they will continue thoir the urine. By this arrangement toilu lmli)M oileru, we Kiiaranti 0 for rouiiit at. !, mill we an a the bed will be in the dry end of the teiitlmi to Mtmoour IM Hr' h.ht1uco In pen, and the liquid material on the fioor wllli winat lllwrul HcouiiutioiUtiou at are coiolstem ml uanMlig. one-stor- y fry Purpose. S'-'- Farmers Bank&Trnsl Uu-tH- c, ab-Mir- b bank-liiKau- il 1 u-- J.. I. nmkcTOKv Williams, Mt. VriHin; W. II. CiimiiilHa, l'reHCltTilIc; .1. S OwMny, Sr., J. II. WlllUni (SimmHi, S. II. Shanks, S J. Kmhry, J. I". Caali, IC I.rnn, , A. V. Curi'cnter; J. J. N. .Mtmefru. (rlr, OKKICKH!,. .!?. S. Il.SluuU J. II. (wrly, CtHikr; rrwMeiit: m HZrfW lr '"" ! I J Ft to 'D0OjiluTJillJ W. SI. IlriKlit, Teller FIRST NATIONAL BANK of sTAsroun, kv. J I V.2. i2. my-el- Altft Gr' I 5... Capital Steek S100.C00. Attention o( tlio uiM!p l Surplus, S15.750 callM to tlio fact that : -- -J : I pin j ! 1 llmriU; I ibxi?" -- .1 - . ,. ce- this is the only National Hank in Stantonl. Under the provision ot the National Hank Act , depositors are woureil not only liy the capital stock-but liy tlm bum kliolilers' liability lor an amount diual'ln thcMixk so that dfjaxiiorsof this iuttltu-tlu- n VNune pir ugrtK-iuou- Sl6 R 1'l.AX OK PIGGHIIV. I u' Hid. Wul-ilen- 's ChlcK-umaug- tam. 20-2- , to-tla- y. 23-2- 11 ham-moc- k, if not absorbed would run to the mented alleyway under the trtxigh, wbhh should bo raised from ,t he fioor slightly. The solid excrements bhoiild be wheeled to the teeeptnele provided UIIIECTOKS. for them, which may be excavated a .1. tt Ilayden, Stanfard F. Held, Lincoln foot or more below the leel ol the ce- S. T. Harris, " Co.; b. II. HniiKliuiaii. " mented alley way. ' T.F. Illll. Ilocker, " J.S. W. A. Trlblile, The dotted lines within the pen show K. I Tanner, McKlimev. M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon On li'd; where a II by 4 scantling in ay be tacked J.H.I).Colller.Crab M Klmole. Mauford. to the fioor to keep the bedding in place. OFFICERS. The dotted lines on the outside of the I. S Ilocker, President; J J. Mcltolicrts-. Cashier A A McKinney, AsslstantCasuiibuilding show wheie yards may be constructed, but the better plan Ik to have two paMiirc lots of considerable sie, one on cither side of the building, as land is cheap and lumber and labor expensive. The doors should be laid on pounded earth covered with' about half an inch of salt to preserve them, and should have a tlip of to 2 inches from r 'Jr to front. Swing doors may be constructed at the wide for the passage of the animals to und from the urdn or pas- ire secured by a fund of 3Jli,0UO. 1'Itc sworn statements of tlw condition ot the Hank are made each year to tlio Ciiltni Stall's .civtrn inent and its Mated times avls are examined atadditional andby government perfect s.ilet. agents, thus securing toileis)lors. This institution originally established as the De then reorpuilzed as posit Hank ol Stanford In the National Hank ofStaulord In 1Ht;.1 andnKflln reorganised us tlio First National Hank of Stanford iu 1bS2, has had practically an uninterrupted exist-euc- e for 3.1 years. It Is hettrr supplied now wit!. taeilitltM for tranxullm; business promptly and liberally than ever More in Its loin: and honorable rareor. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, tlrms and Individuals solicited. 1 ', written application asking for a vote upon tlio proposition to have free turnpikes and gravel roads in Lincoln ounty, Ky., was heretofore to wit , on tlio 12th day of July, the first day of the July term of said Court. 1897, presented to and received by the J uilgo of said Court, and that said written application was signed by a number of voters of said County equal to more than 15 per cent of tho legal votem of Raid County cast at the last proceeding general election held in Haiti ( ounty which was a general aad regular election and it further appearing that the object and purposo of said petition and written application are to remove all doubts as to the validity of the election on free turnpiaes and gravel roads in Lincoln County, and carry out the will of the people on free turnpikes in said County as cxtreHcd at the last November election, anil to insure tho sale of bonds issued for the purehn.so of thu pikes in Lincoln ounty at a premium and not a and the petitioners making said application having paid into Court, a Mifllcient amount of money to pay for this order and thu expense of printing and advertising nntl oilier necessary expenses connected with the election prayed for, it is now therefore otdcred that nu election he held iu Lincoln County, Ky. at the next regular election on the "d day of November, 1807, more than GO days intervening between the entering of this order and the day of the regular election, to take the sense of the qualilk'd anil legal voters of snid Cottntv upon tlio proposition to have freo turnpikes and gravel roads in Lincoln ounty, and Thomas I). Novvland, the JihcriH'of Lincoln County, is hereby directed to open a poll nt each and all of the precincts and voting places iu sttid Couutv of Lincoln, at the time heretofore designated for the purpose of taking the sense of tho qualified voters of tho County of Lincoln, on the proposition ufoiu"aiil, and for the teutons recited in tho written apnliration. The said Thomas D. Newlanil. Sherifl aforesaid, will have this order published iu the Intkriuk loi'HNAi,, a newspaper published at Stanford, Ky , for at least 30 daj s prior to tlio e'eetiou and will also advertise tho same by printed band tills posted iu at least four conspicuous places in eacli voting precinct, for the same length of time and at court house d or. The election for the purposo of aforesaid shall be held by the same officers who hold tho regular November election ami iu nil respects held in accordance with the provisions of tlio general election laws of this State. The question, "Are you in favor of free turnpikes ami gravel roads ?' to bo printed on the ballot as provided for iu the goneral election law, section H5P, Ken1 3 lo, tucky statues. State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, j ocl- I, James F. Cummins, clerk of the Lincoln county court, do hereby certify that the foregoing order is a trtto anil correct copy of same, as appears on the records in . gust, my otlico. "Witness my hand this 1.1th day of lvS'J". Au- k , 1 Attest JAS. F. CUMMINS, Clerk Lincoln County Court. In obedience to tho foregoing order of the Lincoln County (. unit, which is made part of this notice, an election will be held at all the regular voting places in said county, for the purpose named in said order at the next regular election which will be held November 2, 18!7, which election shall in all respects be held in acci'Klanco with the provisions or the general election laws of this State. T D. NEWLAND. Sherifl Lincoln County, Ky 1, tures. for storThe roof story may be ing corn, meal and straw, or if it is too much work to carry the heavier material to the loft, one of the pens, preferably the one under the Mairwjy, might be used for storing food. The building may be made somewhat and as long as narrower than desired. In no ease should floors, iu a cold climate, be up from the ground. If the building is put on dry ground or drained, the earth underneath tho floors will become dry ami the pens will be warmer, since no drafts of air can circulate under them. The diagram is made from a pen similar to this one which lias been in use some eight or ten years and has proved extremely ratlsfaerory. The floor, in any case, will be wet along the troughs near the alley, and by tipping them toward the alley all surplus moisture will find its way to the cemented floor, leaving the back of the pen dry mid comfortable. In winter time, when the doors for egress are closed, the animals nro likely to drop their solid voidings at the side of the bed. The scantllnR nailed upon the floor will mark the lino between them and tho bed. In any case the pens should be denned dally and sprinkled with some absorbent as chaff, gypsum or dry earth. Country Gentleman. pig-pe- n THE Bt,UCQHAS3 HERQ 1 Thoroughbred lir(slers of this tamoiis My Duroc Jerssy D Ml Corn's-pondene- Election on Bond Issue. Special term Lincoln County Fiscal ourt held August Dili, 1S97, Hon Win. L Dawson, Judge, presiding, with the lollowing Justices of the Peace present, Jno. Kd'i iston, A G. Faulkner and J. W. Walter A otiou was made, seconded and carried, that an election bo ami tlio same is hereby called to bo held at the next regular election in Lincoln County, which does not occur in sixlv days from lliiH date, to wit. on tho 2d Jayof November, 1SP7, to iisceitain whether or not the legal voteis of Lincoln County nro iu favor ol empowering nntl authorizing the Fiscal Court of said County, to issue and sell bands from thou to time within tlio constitutional limitation" for the purpose of purchasing and maintaining thu turnpike roads of Lincoln County, freo of toll to the traveling public, said bonds to bear interest not exceeding six per cent, per with couan nu in payable pons attached; to be in denominations of not less than 100 nor more than 1,000 to run not more than 30 years and to bo redeemed within that timo at the pleasure of the Court, and to be sold at not less than par value 1 he Sheriff of Lincoln County i.s directed to advertise said election and the object thereof for at least u0 days beforehand in the Interior Journal and Stanford Commercial, two newspapers published in Stanford, Ky , and also posted up, at not by printed hand-bill- s less than four public places in each voting precinct, of Lincoln County, and at tho Court house door in Stanford, Ky All legal voters of Lincoln County shall be priviledged to vote at said election. The same pdicers that hold the regular election shall hold this election, which shall in all respects be held in accordance with the general election laws of this State, and ut all tho regular voting places of Lincoln County. The question: "Aro you in favor of issuing bonds for the purchase and maintenance of tho turn-pik- e roads of this County free of toll to the traveling public," .shall bo printed on the ballots as provided by section 1459 of the Kentucky Statutes The o Ulcers of the election are directed to certify the result thereof as required by law. State of Kentucky, Set. County of Lincoln, I, James F. Cummins, Clerk of the Lincoln County Court, do certify that the foregoing order is a truo and correct copy of same, as appears on the records in ray ofllcc. Witness my hand this 13th, day of August, 1S97. Attest: JAS. F. CUMMI NS, Clerk Lincoln County Court. In obedience to the foregoing order of the Fiscal ( ourt of Lincoln County, which is made part of this notice, an election will be he d at all tho regular voting places in snid County, for tho purpose named in said order, at the next regu or election, which will bo held November 2d, 1897, which election shall in nil respects be held in accordance with tho provisions of the general election laws of this state. T. D. NEWLAND. Sheriff Lincoln County, Ky 1 11 semi-annually 30-w- 1 11 a.'t were selected from the best herds ol breed of swine iu several States splendid lot of pls of dltlerent ui;es f,,r sale Hrvd Satlsf.ictiiii);u.irantetsl sowsa sies.ialtr solicited. Address R. H. BRONAUGH, Crab Orchard, Kr ! vtM-It- i, cbt-tH- il .Pfx&B&y&poip Patent. " tu-n- t n 11 11 it WcvntGd. kUjk-all- - I tU' Parties hsv!';; J - itioin tby wish to protect tlmu'd pnv .l t r ) stents through out awncy. Investor's Munu&l, honk coatainlnc cost of patents, mndo of pnweil.iro. itc, and f r.c stamp. other Information, Utirllitof pa'eats wauled, fur vvbich large sanit ol money nra offered, sent with the Manual. Iree. We fltnl purchasers for patents procured through our nRcncy. Tranrh offices In all the principal cities ami In oh foreign country. THE WOEL.DS PROCRESS, 001-S0- - (ail O. J. IUilrv, Manager, PLUM ST.. CIHCIHNA73.0 Be sure ia wnifuu this jhijjot. 7 Mi-hi- W i to-da- y. l 1 one-tent- h tho horse stable sweet and fit for healthy living During the summer season. Unless H is quickly covered with earth, gypsum, or something equally efficient In absorbing odors, the decomNA8HVILLE, TENN. posing manure will not only waste ammonia, but it will be worse than OPFICIAU.V KKI'RBSBNTS wasted because It will injure the health United Confederate Veterans, and especially tho eyesight of animals. Many a horse has gone blind because of United Daughters of tho Confederacy, the ammonia affecting his eyes in poor- The Sons, and other Organizations. ly ventilated and dark stnblea. This Is the chief disadvantage to underground Stamps. stables In summer. They are cool, but fcl.00 a yaar. Two Samplej, Four Is very hard to keep them well venit S. A. CUNNINGHAM. tilated and without offensive smell. Spkcta'- - Uuductio.v In Cluha with thU laoee Rut if the underground stnble has, as ix should, a cement floor, it may not be worse than the overground stable that ho.s a plunk floor filled with the urine Election oa Question of Free Turnpikes. and other secretions that have soaked It takes a good deal of enre to keep Vrntllutlnir Home Ktnulen. ONFEDERATE Veteran. Two-Ce- nt l into it. Stiin-ttanfor- il. rt Tit-Bit- s. lut-tic- Good Xewa from Mlnaourl. Robert Cornwall, a liarton county (Mo.) farmer, living near Golden City, after numerous experiments, thinks he has succeeded in developing a potato that will grow without vines. They grow entirely under ground, nntl will do away with the fear of potato bugs, which cost so much to destroy each season, not to mention the damage they do. A field planted with the vlneless potato may be worked with the ordinary harrow. Should the new potato prove to be a good producer, as Mr. .Comwell hopes, it is likely to supersede the present variety. Rugulur term Lincoln County Court he'd August 9th, ldl)7, I, Win. L. Dawson Judgo presiding, in the matter of freo turnpike; nnd gravel roads In Lincoln County. . A. On motion of the applicants, Carson, J. T Adams, Win. Ellis and others, voters of Lincoln County heretofore directed to antl received by tho Judgo of tho Lincoln County Court, on the 12th, day of July 181)7, the first day of the regular term of the Lincoln 1 ounty Court, was submitted to tho Judge of said Court on tho Dtli day of August, 1S07, tho first day of tho August term of Lincoln County Court, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the Judgo of said Court that a y -- TrrrrrHdioij riiinliliniiii J ii nmn imw Urn iT"TTVJIif-y- i .r.-- T . irmrnniiHiri iim jupu .n.n' I T S ii , y , n- ' . -- - rT r - T - ' rxi 2 v T . s,;mTf,t.iiirirritiilt-irrfiti.iiii.ii- , u ,v 1 YOUR SILK UMBRELLA. It Cnn lie Ennlly Ilnlnctl by Cnrcleaa Many a fine umbrella in cut oft In vouth tlnouuli tho carelessness of its owner. Take, for example, a good silk watershed. If you will examine the wcjuc, usually n twill, you will notice that it is extremely sensitive. Silk is moderately strong and elastic, a long and patient sufferer, but when it does begin to give out it gives out very rapidly. You will notice that it is not bomb proof, neither is it hand proof. Now, the more you put your linnds on the silk the worse it is for the umbrella. It is therefore n great mistake to cutch ll your ciuseu umurvii.i urumiii At- .- huh wic tll. and go swinging along as if it were u club and could endure an amount of rough usage The moisture of the hnnd Injures the silk far more than does the occasional rainstorms. When carrying an umbrella, whether for protection or for style, hold it by the handle. Another point regarding the umbrella: When closed do not hammer the walk with the ferrule as you pace along. This sjxils the top of your umbrella nnd is not good for tho ribs. d umbrellas are now the rage huve been for some time. The modern silk umbrelln is intended to be a graceful addition to a man's style, as well a.s his protector. The way to roll an umbrella is simple, but the rule i commonly Ignored; hence the number of those badly rolled. To dry an umbrella, open It, secure the catch and rest it with the end on the ground. To roll nn umbrella tdinke out the silk until no part of it is routined between the ribs but all hangs free. Then place the top of the handle in the palm of the hand, with the fingers closed to form a circle. With the right hnnd, palm down, grasp the tips of the ribs; turn the umbrelln from you with the right hand, nt the same time turning the left hand toward you with n downward motion. Then hold the umbrella firmly with the left hand, while with the right you take a fresh grasp at the same place as before nnd turn, until the left hnnd readier the right; then when the strap or ribbon is se cured the umbrelln will be perfectly smooth, with every fold neat and snug and the tips In an orderly circle near the handle. Chicago Tribune. a ftllllltlllllltH1lltlllilllHl(lJ i i Trentnient. CLEAN FEED Km FOR HOGS. Aceont-IillnlieH An Atljnatniilc ilnck WUIoh I'liriMtMO. Tho old notion that a hog prefers to wallow in the mire is a great mistake. The hog prefers clean water and food Uie same as any animal, but his style of getting it is at fault. This difficulty is easily remedied by some such plan as illustrated below, where an adjustable rack can be fixed for nny steed pig or hog so it cannot get into the feed h The trough is mode, of .trough. plank, one plank set en inches the other nine Inches, and instead of being nulled at right angles they are 1 yt inch- two-inc- ,!.. 1 1 1 V" ADJUSTABLE HOO TROUGH. successful men were regardwlns stupid ' ' fe "" 1 when they were in school." "Yes." replied his wife, in n slgnifi- i,w(iw,i..i,i.iii.mimi cant tone, "and the most interesting oint is that most of the did not begin ECONOMICAL HEATER. to acquire any reputation for being .MnUi-the Wtirmlntr f Wnlor for smart until after they were married." Washington Star. iU Stock Cmiurnll fly The warming of water for stock, Cniine of .Monotony. peclally for milch cows and animals IMitor Mr. Paragraph, I wish you Is something which being fattened, ' inl;i-so nlxiut attention in nil sections wlieie wouldn't write ay iiianv their bills: they arc .Many men who can't the winters are long and cold. funny enough in a way, but mi many of , farmers, however, neglect to do it. elm them are a little monotonous. Can't .t.t..1. it is too expen ply because they you get jour mind on some other subsive. The cut presented below represents ject? Paragraph (thought fully) PerIMr. a heater which does the work effectivehaps I could If I had a little larger sally, nt the minimum cost of construction ary. N. Y. Weekly. nnd running. It is mnde of iron, and a cylinder about 20 l.oilKe. inches in diameter and eight inches "Oh. for n lodce In some wnt wilderness t These were thu muttered words high.providcdwltJitwopIpes. The longIMlllRllt er 0110 is four inches in diameter, and "So vast my wlfo would liuxeno means ot knowing If there were really Mich a lodge or not " Detroit Journal. ,,,,,,,,.,., n '" Is really remarkable," said Mr. Many to lie .Meekton, "to note how many eminently "It Clnlmlnic the Credit. AMERICAN HORSES. i I I I 111 l'n. I -! I Exported for l'e In the French Cxn!ry Nervlee. An experimental shipment of 100 horses from this country is to bu made to France for ue In the nrmy. If they ship well nnd prove satisfactory to the French inspector a regular purchasing iepot will be established ut some point in this country, louis Noel haR been sent to Kansas City to act as purchasing agent of the first consignment. Some mules will also be Included. I Webster's International; Dictionary Sueccnor of the "L'tmMilgal " Tho Oao Great Ht&tttlnrtt Authority, ho Htll lion. It. J Jmlloo U, a, Hupnino loutt. llri-nr- s I In commissioning gnl-uiniz- Close-rolle- n i:con.soi, aiim:. es or bo off the square. At each end, after tho main ends of the trough are nailed in place, another piece- of plank, a, is nailed to it with a slot, cut in it for scantling, c, or a round & straight pole four inches through. This pole or scantling should have a hole 3x4-inc- h AN EFFECTIVE MEATEIt. "bored in each end so u pin may slide & keep the pole, c, in place. The pole can then bo raised or lowered to suit the size of a hog. In the pole holes should bo bored 7, 8j, 10 and 1Va inches apart, in which is placed a iron rod (d), two feet leng, pointed nnd driven slightly in the plank on the front side of the trovgh. These rods never become loose in my trough, but when they are to be shift ed, as the hog's size requires, two or three slight taps with n hammer looen them nnd they cnn be driven into the next width of place. My trough is 1G feet long. About 30 inches of one end is partitioned off nnd kept filled with water, but has the rods In front so the hogs cannot get into it in hot weather. The rods are driven into the trough about one inch from the edge as ate nnd are pointed from ys inches back. The front edge of the trough, f, is rounded so that it will not chnfo tho hogs. Marsden Smith, in Farm and Home. ch one-half-in- through it and the upright plank, a, to RATIONS FOR HORSES. Starvation Alvrnj-- Spoil the Shape of a GrovrltiK Animal. We talk about the loss of the horse business from one cause or another, but the most mischief comes from the want of proper food, sajs an exchanges This means loss to the horse and greater loss to the farmer. A good per cent, of the horses seen on the streets of nny town show insufllcient or unbalanced food supply. Horses that d have been when young are almost invariably small. and narrow-chesteSome of them have a great deal of energy, but all are soon exhausted, unfit for protracted exertion. Grown-u- p horses, when much reduced by deficient nourishment, require more food to put them into working order than would have kept them for two or three months In the condition they require to possess when going into work. When a horse is starved, besides losing strength and flesh, his bowels get full of worms and his skin covered with lice. Very often he takes mange, and sometimes he does not moult, or the hair falls out suddenly and entirely off, leaving the skin nearly bald for a long time. The skin of an d horse is always rigid, sticking to the ribs, and their hair dull, Btaring, soft, dead like. If not famished to death they recover strength and animation with rood and sufficient feeding, but starvation always spoils the shape of a growing horse. ill-fe- long-legged. light-carcass- ed ill-fe- POINTS FOR STOCKMEN. you Don't keep more horses than need. The offspring from a mature sow i stronger tfyan. from a young one. Swine need bulk in their feed.' Don't feed on concentrated foods a lone. Pork is one of the very best of meats if swine ore properly fed and cared for. The selection and setady use of the best of even common scrub stock will lead to improvement. On the whole, tbe horses would be better off, and so would the owner, if g industry were abolthe whip-makin- ished. There is too much talk and not enough action In the matter of reviving interest In the Morgan horse. The Morgan will revive itself if given half a chance. Sell half the scrub herd, If necessary, and buy a thoroughbred. bull. If cattle must rough it tskc the Hereford, Foiled Angus or Galloway. If well cared for the shorthorn Is a prize. Western Plowman. Klaklna; Ilorae. To Rreak If you haveahorsothatisin the habit of kicking, put him In a narrow Btall that has both sides thickly padded. Suspend a sack filled with huy or straw so that it will strike his heels, and let the horse and sack fhjht It out, He sure to have things arranged so that the horse cannot burt himself. The sack will be victorious every time, and Id the end the horse will absolutely refuse to kick the sack or anything1 else. IsTSierB' lie view. While ho directs affairs. edge and be held in position by projecCleveland Leader tions on the inner hide of the tank. IJxplnlned. Xcxt fill the tank, tub nnd nil, full of llnally water. This will submerge the heater, "Do you mean to tell me tlmt you and it should always foe kept so while have fountl a large iniiiilwr of men who Into thitre is a fire in it. To fire it, place are willing to put all they poss-eu common stock and share alike?" rvome live coals lu it, drop in some kind"Certainly." replied the socialist ling and shaving, nnd then some hhort. hard bits of wood or M)ft win I. Let "Why not? There isn't one of them it get well started, and then put the who has a cent to his name." Washingcover on the uliorrer pipe, nnd the fire ton Star. will burn slowly, but it will heat very Would lie nn Improvement. rapidly, in that there is not one parPenelope Why don't you learn to ticle of heat radiated except through ride u wheel? the water. Frederick O. Sibley, in N. Miss Antique. I'm afraid of getting a Y. Tribune. bicycle face. Penelope Uut that is the very reason FACTS FOR STOCKMEN. I suggest it. Yellow Hook. Good pasture, feed and care encourllracunl the Limit. age early maturity. "1 sec there's going to be anothei inIt is claimed that the saddle horse secret society organized." dustry is looking up very rapidly. "Well, it won't make any differenct If you feed hogs on corn alone they to me. My husband belongs to six alwill hnve less blood, hinaller liver, kid- ready, nnd secret societies tlon't meet neys nnd skeleton. Sunday night." Chicago Tribune. ynrmcrs as n whole cannot be inlie Wblatlea ut Dancer. duced to look kindly upon professional Ziggsby There goes a fellow whe horse racing at fairs. The silo simply preserves what is whistles nt danger. must boa very brnvr Perksby Ah. he put into it. It cannot ndd to the feedfellow! Who Is he? ensilage. ing value of the Ziggsby A locomotive engineer. The honey bee lso pretty lively kind N. Y. Journal. of stock, but under favorable conditions it is a profitable one. laaalt to Injnrjr. "I told her there were plenty othei When cool weather comes the swine will bunch together nnd this must be fish in the sen when she refused to marry me. prevented as much as possible. "What did she soy?" The carcass of a hog fed on corn will "That they won't all bite at cram have say a quarter less lean meat than bait." Philadelphia North American 1 one that is fed on mixed rations. There Is a shortage of cattle of all TraseSy mt , Kalae step. kinds, and we believe that the future Grump One false step in life roay promises well for the beef producing lead to irreparable disaster. interests. Spooner I know that well. I loved FILE POIl RECEIPTS. Where shorts, bran and corn are fed a girl who thought me a hero until I is most appropriate. Don't put ribbons to hogs they will grow more rapidly fell down a coal hole when lifting my on to tic it either, but make a heather and more economically than where fed hat to her. band, with a button on one end and a on corn alenc. Western Plowman. Illats far the IIaaeSola. rubber loop and buttonhole on the "Mamma, why do recipes always say other, so that it can be easily fastened, Pateat far Faftealaa; Pisa. The most ingenious schemo ever de- to keep jellies and preserves in dark or a broad silk elastic band will do nicely. Men do not like to tie and untie vised by the Ynnkee mind was that of places T' "So that little boys like you will be ribbons. If the cover is of leather it a man who wished to claim as exshould look as much like-- book as pos- clusively his plan for fattening bogs afraid to go where they are." Chicago by a wonderful method. The plan was Record. sible. Make the decorations quite simple, this: Three pig pens were built, one Retaralas fraa tfca rtcate. and do not forget to mark each en- having several lean scrub swine, Ethel There la Jack sitting on the the central other side of the boat. Deesa't he look velope with the name of the month, the known as "razor-backsreceipts of which it is intended to bold. one being empty, and the third con- tired? A variety of suggestions as to styles taining the blooded animoliwbkh it M and Yes. Have you been talking of covering will occur to the minds of was desired to fattem The scheme-waHarlem Life. to him those undertaking the work, but the to left the fine pig into the central yard A Osteal ArkaaiTUaaatit. use of durable envelopes and the meth- and let him eat all he could out of the Twynn I made Whiff et acknowledge od of fastenlngthem togetherwith tape trough. When he had aa much as be or bands of linen are two essential could hold, a hungTy pig would be' let the corn yesterday. Triplet How? points to be observed If the case. Is to In, and, of course, begin, to eat. It beTwynn 1 trod on It, Louisville ing a pig's nature to eat as long as it be really successful, as ordinary envelopes wear out quickly, and when prop- ww another pig do so, the man rea- Journal. erly bound the whole thing keeps In soned that the full pig would immeWay Rs Waa Ftse. much better shape and the envelopes diately set to work Again and take an"1 understand that Wheeler was fined was for scorching." turn more fresly like the pages of a other meal. When the razor-bacfull be was to be taken out and a third book, when handled. Boston Globe. "Scorching nothing! He was fined hungTy pig brought In, when the same for riding so alow that be impeded Starts Rtsnt with Daby. performance would be gone through traffic." N. Y. Troth. Baby con be trained in the first year again, Philadelphia Times. to derive profit from the instruction the Qsalluy ss4 Msakea. rest of its life. Good habits grown early dearies) the Daraysrd. "That shoe, madam," said the urbane are a tbousar j times better than all There ia always at this season clerk, "is Al." summer-mnd- e the world's health facts that appeal to aniUMire In the They were also 3'a, bnt the sale was tho mind in after years. The nVind Is barnyard, together with the remains mads. Detroit Free Press, a servant heart, and the heart is of what waa In the spring too coarse Oat of Daiitr'i Reach. born rmd formed in early life. Gather and poor to bo dra'wn out-- It Hhould Pessimist Tho excessive uss of coffee wisdom for baby's sake. all be drawn to the fields and spmul now. It will not waste by the heating dries up ths liver. For 1'roteotlsn of laaant. Optimist Well, thank heaven, I'm In France it is a punishable offense la tho Ban, but it will mulch to sur- boarding! face of the soil, helping the grass, and for anyone to give infants 'under one yenr any form of solid food unless such It will be mixed with the soil by the Plaalaa (B Ra6nalblHty. Lyricns Poets are born, not made. be ordered by written prescription falls and ralnw of winter. It will do Cynnicui Yes; (here's no other way signed by a legally qualified saeaical far more good to next year's corn or potero crop If applied to the land now in account for tba ssnibsr of Ihera. man. than if left. until winter, Ytllow Book. nm TraTr.Yrm.A v. . slight draught. The heater made, take a kerosene or wld grief. other cask of equal size, and saw off Mrs. Mulhognn Yer roight. he is FILE FOR RECEIPTS. one end far enough up to have a hPiail She tuk his bist razor to do it wld. An Appropriate nnd Kaally Made IJIft tub ten inches deep inside measurement. Set this In the wnter tank, place for Man or Woman. A Story of l.lfr. A convenient and appropriate gift the heater in the tub. and make the latHe wooed her on a tandem man or woman can be made ter secure by a movable crosspiecc. for either Ami fell Into her snare": He Ht III provides the iwmrr very simply and will prove exceedingly which must press firmly on the tub's which it is to be placed. The whole concern must be soldered absolutely water-tighand it can be made b. any tinner nt n reasonable price. Three dollars ought to get a good one. Tuere must also be n cover made to til over the shorter pipe, but supplied with a hole just large enough to permit a t, this is the smokestack proper, the other, which is six inches in diameter, iieing merely a sort of draught. This pipe should be high enough to come ju.st above the edge of the water tank, in her front? Mrs. Mulliogan Shure, an' did yez hear about Mis.sus Grogan cuttlti' in .Mrs. .Mc.Vulty did thot; an I Mr. Grogan is near crazed I try. France nlone has 130 regiments of cavalry, and each regiment has about 1,000 head of horses, France has the finest cavalry in the world. She never pays less than $L'00 apiece for the horses of her private soldiers, and her officers' horses cost her from 5500 to $700 apiece. No other country can compete with America in fine bred hordes." If the French government is willing to pay from fJOO to $700 for nrmy horses homn very fine remounts cnn bo secured. It Is true thnt horses worth those prices are none too plentiful, but such figures will bring them to market. We imagine, however, that there Is somewhat of braggadocio in the statement, and would expect to find Mr. Noel drivlngns hard a bargain with sellers ns nny other buyer, nnd paying about ns low prices. Ah an nddendn to the foregoing comes the announcement that an ngent of the French government has purchased nt and around the nice track at Forsyth near Chicago, some 55 head of thoroughbreds nt $1'.'5 or less per head for U!e In the French cavalry. This is much of a departure from the con- victimi thnt the is much better for nrmy service than th thoroughbred. Possibly serviceable "skates" can be picked up around a race track for $125, but It seems rntherdoubtful. Tho price paid quite justifies our prediction as to figures that will probably be In the Kansas City innikct by the ngent of the French government. However, we welcome all buyers who will take our horses cheap or high class. Our own army officers who do not make boasts concerning the character of the remounts they purchase, nnd who are limited in priee. have difficulty enough in getting horses that fill their requirements, and if our friends from France obtain what they want at prices they can afford to pay, we kIiiiII certainly be glad to deliver to them the goods. time-honore- Mr. Noel as purchasing agent, nnd he is thus quoted: "In n few j ears America will not have enough horses to supply the old coun- Graiieux tie Mnlliol made the report to the French government which resulted Dr. Ofttiel'.H (JfiT't rtlmtnu (XTle, trm l" M HuiUNim 1.01m, an 1110 ruue ru- outtJ, atvlol near T alttlio SclioolUxAf. HtHiiclitrtl bf Htto Huivrltitrmlontj l"n-- l liil-i- , of ilrntn.atulnUierMiK'Mlort B111IU4I 1TIUK1UI uuuiMr. In IIia tioiiM-lioM- . ntxl I.) llin irariirr, xliour, pni. i.Mionm until, nuti Commc'dctf Ittvitltmtilc Vnrttily ( , i THE BEST POR PRACTICAL USE. It Ueaiy to find the word wanted. It If eaty to ascertain the pronunciation. It Iscaiy to trace the growth o( r.orJ. It It caiy to learn what a word mean. Tho Kalcigli NewM .t O&.server any Our ImllrVlual prWcrrocri ytrn formerly for lib anottirr dirtlntianr. bill a ltUratxiualiitaiH-th Utrr nlllton of WeUtrr (Uw tia. U.I ill r.mnl Itt a Um lnil raluitlilr, &1k1 to nmalilrr 11 im tta aumUnl M Ut aaauy vim an arerMrd. UctloiuLTT ihoiiM OCT THU UEST. sTSpeclnwn vtttt wnt on application to C..C-- C. MKMKTAM CO., 1'uhllnherM, .NrTintfflefff, Maim., I'.N.A. i 1 i imHES A Book OF WE w CURE for Young and Old. NERVOUS ' OUR . I RECORD H d hnlf-breu- tSli 1878 d BLOOD 250,000 J SKIN& j DISEASED PRIVATE DISEASES MEN n CURED 250,000 YOUNG MAN uiiiiront ol Hcren lnmt'tiuiT. mIicii Ilio 1)1 y- useful. Twelve heavy envelopes, bound together and covered with a suggestive outside case, will make a receptacle for each month's receipts, and filothem away in such order that they may be referred to at a moment's notice, during a whole year. The best and most durable envelopes for this purpose are the heavy brown paper ones, or those linen lined, used often for legal documents. These may be just tied together with narrow ribbon, if one does not wish to regularly bind them, but it is much better to glue n narrow strip of linen to each envelope ami sew them all lightly together, after which tho cover should be attached. The style of this latter should depend upon the probable preference of the one for uliom the gift is intended. A dainty embroidered linen cover with riMious to tie makes a pretty finish for the desk of "milady" who perhaps has Dresden fittings. In this case the cover might be embroidered in Dresden design and tied with blue ribbons, or a heavy paper can be painted in water color in the same way. If this file is intended for a business man's desk, a heavy brown linen cover, or one of leather or chamois nicely-appointed s Ilreeders' Journnl. SIMPLE SHEEP POKE. It I'rrvrntM llir Anlmnla from tSoluir Tlirouult Wire The illustration jwrtniysn sheep poke made of a hickory stick (a) four or five feet long, bent In the center, ami nwlre (b) fastened about ten inches below the Wiant cro joucmilT iKiyou new ami then fro .iuo alnrtohiv ym tuiiuT eon laro sou marry In " rwr iliti-- n Yon know I.IK li 1A1 lll.ll. WIN," llmameil.nm ou con- tly liungln ilrrailr I mnrrUro a with i on on account of any lien enure.! Iiy early abuio or liter ex- ccmiT llnTo you lieen ilrncpol with mercury 7 'I M Ixxiklct will ultit out to you the n?ultnf tliete erlme nril out how our NKW JID HOD 'l UK t MKNT will ritiely euro you. It Imw'ltnvr Ihouwtnilalinvoliecn ravol by our NKW niKAl'.MI N'T. It proei how wo ean CI'AIUMTi: In I IIIK any , CAM. Oil NO Wo trrnt nnd mrr I MVIINS. I I.t:, SYPHILIS, VUUCOI lll.l.r I. illmo? trrribU ..lino von thn farcinn'ttiK allurement! if this evil rmbll7 U I t'li too l.ilo t nvol.l tho ter illilo rrt!lt, v.ne ur eycn umel to lour erllT III I ymi Inter nn In man liiMnlniiitrartanyl'im All. r 1II.OOH 'r -- CURED ffi irerit vri-n- k i.nt itiuiim: Mltll'M I UUT MIAIVS. IS'.W'M UAL Ilv-l- l KOLS, KII)Ni: mil IILADDI.II llCHfC. t", IJIl'OI I V, SI" CURES GUARANTEED eneolnr .'rtatnii. tO.Nt LTTIOf r Kill I . K unnll ti rill rrite L .K tor 1IOMK 01 K riltN TIU.mil.ST. 11 "Tho Uacr. ff in ' Mit fre I'V KENNEDVrfteRGAN 122 W. FOURTH STREET, i wo 1 . ClrJCIHNATi.. O. ..- zc if K USBSS53L I'HOTKCTION KOU SUKKP. "BIG IUIUTK. rj t. '.! tf ,aarvaa . m JpV j bend nnd another (e) after the poke Ih clipped over the hheep's neck, four or fire Inches lower down to fasten the poke in place. This device will keep nny sheep from going through n wire, rail or board fence, Ih a good thing for jumping sheep, nnd will prevent them from crowding into bushes nnd briers, tearing the wool from the body. Grow- The Iieot I.lnelcund 4: 1'ium TOLKDOAND DETROIT All 1'olnti In Michigan. CHICAGO. Avoiding the Tunnel WlillCltySrUL" ing or drinking Is not Interfered with. S. Dole, In Farm nnd Home. NOTES FOR SHEPHERDS. ST. LOUIS. BOSTON. IVil Terminal tfutloo. Warner MreolDK Can. Ilutlet I'arlor Car, Warner Sleeplne Can, Vri Compartment Can, KItytnt Coach rt and Din log Can. Pine tar on the sheep's nose Is an excellent defense ngnlnm troublesome nnd often dangerous files. NEW YORK. Tit-Bit- s. and 1b -- a ," glycerine and fish oil In equal ports, excellent to smear over such parts. Makes no difference how good a ram Is, if he Is a scrub, never ubu him. Bel! him to the butcher; buy a recorded ram, breed your best ewes to him, and you will notice the difference In the lambs at once. Aa old sheep keeper says that good fat sheep never lose their wool. Wool is lost through lice, ticks or scab, due to a mite, and none of these beasts cnn endure fat. Poor sheep is always their feeding ground. If wool is the principal object iDbreed" g Ing, then a ram with plenty of yielding a washed surface, fleece of nt least 15 pounds, should be selected. 111b wool should be of 6trong fiber, coarse crimp. A ram should not have u ewe's fleece. Rural World. Keep Your Htock tirovrtaa;. Every farmer knows that It is while stock Is young that It makes the greatest growth In proportion to amount of feed. Then the cost of maintenance is lees, and at least while the animal li suckling a part of Its feed is admirably adapted to moke growth. Hut there Ls another reason vrby ytning stock should be fed sufficiently to keep tlrrifty. If It is underfed, or fed so ns to fatten rather than to grow, the probabilities are thob the digestive organs will be injured and that all Its life thereafter that food it eats will do it lens good than it should. A stunted animal cannot by any kind of feeding he thereafter made what itoughttp he. wool-bearin- shout the hind parts, lest filth gather attract blow flics. A mixture, of Tho New .Mexico lamb crop will prob-nbl- y amount to 1,000,000 head; about IJ ure your tickets read ila "I1IO KOU II " 00,000 of which will be offered for ship- E.0 McCOItMICK. WAHItKNJ LYNCH ment. lavieiii)rTraflla Mfr , An. tien, livi, A Tkt. A Tho sheep should be clipped clean CINCINNATI OHIO. 5 '1 'J.1 'aMa Tlf faaa anWLnft aaVLaat 'J? w 'It t!' '1' '1' 'i 'jl' 'lf '1' 'J.' 'X! 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NKW IJL'Y china novoltloH at Dnnka'. your blankets now and Severance & Sons. wave iiOo I to 81. Kv., Octow.u 19, 1897 Uiwisimh iMAN.vawt, C. Walton, right priri'H at dross goods, covert cloths, Drap U'otc, two tone coverts. Severance Aj Sons. N'KW AIacic HltUCHshlppud two car loads l'ltlBk-itil'YlON- Good Goods at tho Lowest Possible Cash Prices. "No Tjik following wa given us by tho Goods sold on time but one PERSONALS. slynor: "I am a democrat from now on J. L. Fkohman. of Tho Globe, of and will put my X under thu rooster J. Al.CAltTKit tolls us that ho has Thk democrat havu 'om on tho run Danville, wm horu Friday. Nov. 2d, if I can get to tho polls. Win. made 30 odd barreJs of apple brandy now and all they have to do is to keep Mlt. V. A. Tltiimi.u wont to Mason J I. Alorahon." and several of pencil. The drouth ho it up till Nov. 2 to secure the election uounty Saturday to bring hU wife and PuitHYvn.r.u. Judge M. C. Saulley says nirocted tbu applu crop very ma- - of tho entire ticket and full redemp- son borne. Judokt' Al. Owm.KY, of Howling will address the people at Porryvlllo torlally, the fruit bolnjj dried up and tiou of the county. p. m. and will go utile elder in it. Uron, enmo up and spent Sundny with Saturday, INId, at FitKK DlNNKIt. Aliss Mimiii. Ciirf..i. tliat night to AlelClnney to join Warbit folktt. "FAIU Tuesday, with increasing sends us word that alio has decided to Alit. C. A. Iiitou'N', of Cincinnati, ren, North and Holm in thu speaking cloudiness; warmer" Is all tho signal make the dinner that she will give at spout several days witb bin friond, there. service can promise us yet, after months the new church on top of Hulls Gup Josh .loIIOH. DKl'L'TY Cl.utic Air. George II. of drouth and dryness. It doesn't make next Saturday, 2:id, free There will Aliss Hkttik Hoiihutb and Mr. Nat. Cooper, sure of election, has already much dlirerenco now, however, whuth- - be preaching in the morning and eve- .., .. Clark luivo boon vIMtlnp; frluudt in secured bis deputy. Ho I'..- or It rains again this year or not. in .UMiiM'ii ur mir wo can pIl'U1 you. nlng by Hev! J. U. Crouch and others. arrived e lime the jUli's, ami make the Lancaster. " morning and weighed I .'I pounds. To those who will brlriL' dinners to MILI.INKUV Oi.BNiNa.-M- U. John Mnn U loarnlnp; tho trontw' This makes seven children for tho exLlccie hdp hor ma ae w b(j furiiiwhtne; bmdnutM in II. .1. AloKob-urtr- t' cellent couple. I ealey will return Alon, ay fro.n In- EvnryboiI lti lnvll0(1 ". ! btoio. diauapolls with a beautiful Hue of nov- .Mil. .1. H. OWKNS jolnud a Iliidton-vlll- o 1' you want to vote for tho whole cities to replenish her stock and will Tiik republicans tire making the e There are no bettor work-i- n tlrm tlio-- o party tod ruon county on a democratic ticket put your X in the pleased to show alia pretty lino of fort of their lives for their county who make our c.otiiis. square under tho rooster as wo have excursion. pattern hats and bonnets next 'et and not a night pas-e- s that they do AIikhkh Li:kHoiiiiittiiih1 KllloThur-inon- done elsewhere In this paper and It Wodnonday and Thursday, 20 and 21. not sit up witb the colored brother and of Danville, liavu boun vlbltlne; will take every candidate in from clerk .,., '..,., ... Ui, .....ipnonint white followers till the wee M'. n iimtv luniHwiiaom tjuiiu -- mu w.... )mniu Minn Lillio Peyton. A K!nfli of the court of appeals to constable. number of nromlnent season will occur at Walton's Opera darkleslIO AIiis. Gi:omsi:H. Wkaiikn wont to tell us, however, that tlev Tint governor has pardoned Henry House night, 20th, when the can t oo bamboozled any Lebanon Junction yesterday to visit more. They AndcrMin, colored, bent up with Incomparable Polk .Miller and company are going to In Stylo and Workmanship. Mih. K. O. Waller. vote as seems to them best Hughes and Davis for breaking into will, appear. Two hours of solid fun In Aliss Luciniu tho IMrrrus, of tbu IC. L. Tanner's atore at AIcKiuney. If are pi utnisud and If you want to be one best future. The democrats are their Proaohoravtllo Hucllon. lias boon very friends and they are beginning to it was right to pardon the two white of the laughers light out and secure a discover tuck for a week or moru. It. men, which was done, it was oven more robi vud seat at once. A! It. V. W. IJOONK, of Lexington, is Tor .Men and Ilov. Wo have splendid vali TllKKKbooKH to bo an eirort always vlolllng bin brotbor, James AI. Hoono, so to givo tho Negro bis liberty. ues at S.). S7..10, 510. 312.50 and ?1S. Look at Octoiikk 22. Next Friday an export to keep thu whisky our question in the muin tho Alaywood vicinity. JriKJK.M. C. SAUFl.KY and other clothing cutter with beveral hundred nicipal election. Two tickets have Oil. Ciruito r.fiiANiCK, wlio bad hlw PS candidates will bjwalc at Crab Orchard, samples of suitings and pantaloon been arranged to go on the ballot. The arm hurt while ridlnjy a bioyolo at Tuesday, (Jth. at M.; Itowland, goods, comprising all the latest things, "People's" ticket to go under i. the dem joined bis wifo horu Sunday. Wudncbday, 'JTtli, 7 P. M.; Aiilledgo- - will be in Stanford and on exhibition at vice of grain scales is as And Ptorm Coats. follows: For D01.1.Y 11. Wiu.ia.mh, prullior Aliss our store. This will bo an excellent mayor, 1 vllle, Thursday, 26th, P. M.; Otton-holJ. N. Alenefee; for councilmcn Hoys Suits 75c to 65, vo sell combination suit, two than ovor, wan boro from Lexington pair pants mid cap Friday, 20tb, P. M., and at opportunity as tlmro is no bettor tailor- J. C. Florence, J. II. llaughman, W. SB Saturday to mjo bor friund, Air. C. II. Waynosbmg, Saturday, IWlh, l for j:i.50. ing establishment in the country than P. M. II. Higglns, John H. Alershon, W. AI. Palno. The Globe Tailoring Co., of Cincinna- Hrightand Dr. i W. IJ. O'Hannon. This AltCRSltS. ANimiCW WiiiTI.KYand W. O. IC A Goxl crowd trrootod Hon. ti. II. J. Mcltobens. is nearly the present board. Tho olh- J. Prico, of Danville, woro up Sunday It. C. Warren and Alossrs. AI. F. North TllK at Ottcuhcim wnsnuitc ur. which is suppo.-e-d to be the wet y tocoo Mr. It. W. LIHurd, who is and Harvey Holm at O. K. Friday a pleasant affair to the .0 or more old ticket, is: For mayor, D. W. Vandc- recovering. night and all of tho gentlemen made veor: for councilmcn, Littlh Nrttik Okinrtkad bad one creditable spuoehes for thu great eauso soldiers who gathered there Friday and John Stone, Peter Dr. J. F. Peyton. Straub, Jr., Al. D. Saturday and In their Imaginations of bor limbrt hovoroly burned a fow of democracy. Owing to tho Otton-hoifought over the battles of yours F.lmore, H. F. I lout and J. S. Hundley. dayn since by a jot of hot tho crowd at Kingsvillu ago. Tho will bo printed under a e This ticket Stanford band furnished ooue 011 herself. was not very largo. and Dr. W. AI. Doores and T. J. horse shoo and Judge W. It. Carson Alit. Gixnusi! I). Hoi'i'isit took bis w"o hO. Win. lUggiiiit IIopiHjr, to L'luoln-mi- ll A OKNTI.K.MAN at Highland ond us Culton, of Crab Orchard, William w111 has no opposition for police judge, bo '"1(1" horse. Herndon, of Lancaster, and others, tho Saturday to huvo bin eye uxamln-o- l won that a certain rad who came oratory for the occasion. Tlioro was there the other night and made a by a noted ooulirt. NliillT. At Walton's Sgunti! John IIaiusv toll us that speech that disgusted Mime of his au- an abundance to eat and uverybody Opera House. The his Mini;, P. S. and T. W., Imvu gone to dience bo that they loft tho house, seemingly had a good time. combination is said to be the KautaHCity to live, leaving bis mum qulotly bllpH)d away next morning ltHSNKY. The republicans are an strongest attraction of its class now beLies Don't Go. Messrs. It K. Wi area .V Son, Stanford Centlenu-nIn replv to vour from the democrat's boii.--o at which lit W. Levi, to run tho farm. c Drill Mauds strletly on Its merits; tho milkers U"ht inconsistent set. Notwithstanding fore tho public. An alliance has just letter will s:iv that tho Ki ntuek M US. J. K. Fakkis wont to Danvillo sought lodglnif, leaving his bill unand not In the papers and no purchaser this any their cry, "We're the free turnpike boon made between Polk Miller, Os- their law suits In courtAlo tliut other aims mtisi no uelH'lenl in ofreal drill Itneed leartheir when met yostorday to vill bur victor, Alrn. Jose- paid. car P. Sisson and Aliss Kster Wallace, leirai eutaiiL'lemenl. people Into bu lit" them. Wo cii.iruntcu protection. Vour- -. Ilrvn- people" they nominated Jamos F. Itig-nenmkers seek to scare phine Kvnuri. llor nophuw, Air. It. (.. etern Agrii'tiltiiral oris. Louisville. eit. -. Uluirs wont work. There an anti-fre- e turnpike man, for and thoy are touring under thu man- nun .vi o.s alNiut this J. M. Johnson, the turncoat republiIs no mistake being Karmers can eo for themselves. ISvmiH, in much Improved. magistrate. We say he Is opposed to agement of Tlios. G. Loath and Horace AIlis. J. I). IlASTlNand Alwts.ru. W. can nomiueu for circuit dork, pub- free pikes because ho F. Smith. Tho entertainment offered refused to vote S. Warren, K. T. .Minor Hii.l Wllllmti lishes a card to iy tbut John S. Le to free them last all when thu opor-tunit- is comedy, music and character sketchlies when he says that ho was ono of Dawes took advantage of tho cheap prosontod Itself and according es. Polk .Miller in his Inimitable imthe mob that bung the Negro who &l'l'A&U&t'A&l'A&M&i-A&ii'Ag'l'jtii!!l'JK- : rut to Louisville Sunday. to republican argument this means he personations of tho old Negro, with cg i.Mi..ii!,.h..ir:.M-l.:Latis intelligence from thu btideide assaulted Aliss Upthogrovu and made Is "agin 'em." lie is a very clever songs, stories and banjo playing, is 7:1 some strong romarkb against tho Neof Mrs Smith lluughmiui Ih to tho man though, a ropnb-- , without doubt tho greatest artist in gro race. that Mio Ih not doing h well and gentleman Air. Leo will plea take the lloan and tho very man that Jamos H. ills line now on tho stage. Jolly Oscar in hand. fi that tho wor-- four aru enurtuiuod. BY Italnee will taku a dollirhtin defeatlntr. Sion and petite Kstor Wallace give a K CHiiCTNTT Hunt. Prof. U. L. Tho offort to get .Mr. Sidney Dunbar to CiY Itl'NT, tho LoMugtou commerT. n"tiiu comedy sketch aa a curtain cial tourist who wu horu yesterday, Grubbn and Miss Aunio AIcKinnoy, of make the race proved futile. He is too ,',"'- entitled "Cousin Kiln's visit y.i my that trade in reviving very satis the public school, troHted their schol- sensible a man. from the Country." Air. Sisson is a fuclorlly, but that the drouth U injui-In- g ars to a chobtuut hunt Saturday. Thuy p.. . 7T: 77 S,r'u,ro '"nislied comedian of tho old school thot It very much now. furnished conveyance and some 70 took uudd0sothavetorosortto buffoon- Larkin the A! It. Lilliltv T. I5l!AZU!Y loft yoriter-da- y advantage of tho days' outing. ery foi. lhu uomio orectsJ ,, obtams Thoy , ami m put .iuu,:e AI,S!, Wallace Is voiin pretty and pos- iu..m.u for Washington, (in., to take a po- searched tho country around Highland Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, rtion with tho Wrought Iron IinnguCo. for chestnuts, persimmons and grapes, W.IWSOII in a hole. bu))iK)so tins was scssob a voice of great 'I'lir. ...,.,.) ..!.,....,... r.Llli'o anil iineltv Ho has becu manager of Haughmuu's but alniut all they got woro tho-- Prof. true instead of being infamously fals Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. as ho is willing and anxious ow to.clo30lJ Llvory Stable for several years and Grubbs bought for them. , wIIlone.slct c0ned n w,jh " ",u ' " " a V u "' Room Oppoite Court-Hou- se Square, Stanford, Ky Mr- M,,lor t!lkt;s uiado a line reputation as a butdnops I"'" of old time matter wlb tho bid of Hev. AL P. Negro-o- no e man. of tho real old family ber- Thk reason that tho paupers cost mi much loss now than a few .tnTS'i ??,,,,Y,V-Tho whole program is . ,,,,,, w!lh less ,... years ago is that other republicans ...l..l,. l.t.l for children than.. Air. HOME NEWS, ' . -. i.i ., ibi a iiui nun l.t. " "'"' v.iu.v.--i ouuyo, UUIISIU- ins in mil. uvuil have to bo rewarded so largo store acanil character Impersonations and furA It K you watching Dunks' window? counts are run with the faithful for the ercd, though all things counted Jt was nishes over two hours of tho best sort support of those in many cases able to the best bid made. Ho is a christian of fun. A XKW stock ol guns at Craig & take care of themselves. The paupers and a gentleman and would not offer to Aliss Alary Hosenbaum, of Jefferson llookur's. cost more now than they overdid. Tho do what he could not perforin, neither is It charged that his bid was a K)liti villo, who was shot by Airs. Lizzie liar- e SoituilUM cans of all sizes at Warren has been provided for paucal trick. Tho more tho rads try to ' din, died shortly after midnight Sun- v Shanks'. pers and there all who tiro explain out of tho outrageous transac- - tlavt H"d at 12:52 her mother, Airs. An- PUKSCItllTION.S llllod ut lowest cash by tho county should go. tlon the worse they mako matters. Hot- gust Rosenbaum. died from the effects prices at Pralg & Hooker's. Wo are making preparations for a big output of goods. When you hear our Wkkcic Kleven cars of tho first ter own up to what everybody knows to of the shock produced by the shooting you will then know wo mean to sell the goods. Our aim in making llieio unTho Brotherhood of Locomotlvu En of freight No. .'1(1, Engineer bo true that oaths aud the Interests Nkw outings, llannelutts, swaus- - section Garret and Conductor William Geer in of tho county go for naught when a gincers, thu Brotherhood of Locomo- precedented prices is to reach out aud furnish our ndjoiding counties, which fnct has downs. Severance iv Sons. proven itself customer charge, jumped tbu track as tho train party man Is to be taken care of or tive Firemen, Order of Railway Con- alwaysquick sales andwhero aprofits. favored us with a call. We are licro for bussmall iness, HoilN, Sunday morning, to the wlfo was leaving tho switch at Crab Orch- rewarded, for that is the statu- - of the ductors, Brotherhood of Railway of Mr. J. L. Totten, an girl. ard Saturday morning delaying travel case with tho majority of tho present Trainmen and Order of Railway Telegraphers have united in ono organizairresponsible fiscal court. TllKKi: teloplionu instruments for for several hours. Tho North and tion, to bo known as tho Federation of passengers Southbound transferred Branch Store at Ilustonvillc, II. K. Cumnitz, Manager. sale cheap. Al. S. & J. W. llaugbman. Tup. joint meeting of tho Stanford American Railway Employes. and It was '.I o'clock before No. 21 got and Turnersvlllo Christian Endeavor HltlClf. 200,000 machine brick ready hero. Tho broken llange of a wheel Societies will be held at tho Christian Royal make the food pure, for sale. Ponco fc Greening, Stanford. caused tho wreck which was a costly church here Sunday night. Following wholesome and dcllclou. ono. Is thu program, with Air. J. L. Ucazley Till: L. & N. offers very ubcap rates $2.) IlKWAiti). In our last Issue, Eld. as leader: to Louisville this week on account of Joseph Hallow offered $2.j reward for Welcome address... Air. Logan Hughes tho trots. Air. Cloyd Johnson tho thief who stolu his sow if a Negro Response. s for rent both ad and $50 If a white man. Wo asked him Song TWO By tho Choir niii hj jRjim!Hiiv vi in. ,' .u.inajagynpi pMRmnniiimaamMHnBHniHi joining Farmers Hank & Trust Co. W why ho made tho difference. "Uccauso Oration "Punishment Follows DisoP. Walton. bedience"... Hobert Harding Waters sir," ho answered, "there is less necesAll&s Clara Mershon sity for a white man to steal than a Ne- Vocal Solo AT London Jack Ilunoy was given a LcGrando Jones Is therefore much meaner Recitation year in tbu pen for removing a railroad gro and it for him to do it. Hy tho way, I will Trio.... Josephine llaydon, Alaud Var-no- n switch light. and ICatlu Alershon. givo 2. for tho arrest and conviction Aliss Florence Tanner of any man who steals a bog from y Reading must be reduced, Special Stock Old Story is In tho county and keep it a stand- Baritone Solo-"and ducoments to cash buyers, Air. Joo F. Waters Truo" ing offer." sec. Mark Hardin. POWDER Aliss Nannie Bailey Reading 'Pit't ...nrkL.-- i r....... ,n.l.i. l.i 1.. ..!.. n Comment on Topic. .Air. Arthur Carter Absolutely Pure and largest stock of cloaks Fini:st BH jT B fllMI lVs HHaLJHflH lAHfllRflUftvV n l!i vV over brought to Danville to be sold at tho ballots will bo fought. The chanc- Cornet Duet... .Aliss Annie Straub and es aru by long odds in favor of tho great bargains. Hoberts & Farrls. F. Waters. Air. Joo splendid tickot the democrats have i3fisivra3S Air. George L. Carpenter ROYAl BAKIhQ rOD(R CO., NtW YORK. tr are requested to out, but to make assurance doubly put Talk All who take part sure Duct Misses Lillio Peyton and Christian ehurch meet ut tho every democrat and lover of good gov Stella Ballon. Winger's Steel (Tuesday) and also Thursday night for ernment should go to tho polls and see Air. Joseph AlcAllster, Jr. Oration practice. Jleohanloallj I Tho Pest Is always Imitated. Tho Superior Is tho Genuine Disc Drill. Has Ken thorthat his neighbor goes as well. Thero Quartette... Airs. J. W. Hayden, Aliss ,VC conitructod and Clara Mershon, Alessrs. Joe F. '" ief"' Tun amounts ullowcd by the court of are no turncoats, incompetents nor ivT diT:SaJ "Plo- Awarded oughly tested and Rives satisfaction. beenother DiscInDrillsU.uro an experiment uhiI an in. ... VW.. Ul fringement on the Superior. Suit has All entered tho S. Court aguliibt ono com n Waters and Carl A. Moore. .7.. claims hasn't been added up yet, but noncnltlcs on the ticket under thu ploma and llcdat pany for Infringement. "Jaiy (Ulranlced Bteei Karmers, Investigate before buying. Mr. J. Richard Bush Oration wo are told that it Is largely In excess rooster, so put your X there and you Chorus Led by Aliss Ellen Ballou V - "Hr,V "'. -. y. u. winukii. will have performed your duty well. of tho last and previous years. 7VTKINNEY. HIGGINS Pantomime.... Mlsa Lucille Welseijer K v,t. .. M' ' . ."I I.I4.VTi lit of telephone poloH from Kinbville to arc lillod ami N'icbolasvillu and Is now figurine; to Penny' Drug Store. supply tho Hue from here to Danville. riht Khmkmiikk tho democratic tapoukng Pouc AIiu.Kit, Oscar Sisson and Kb- "m"-nuiiiiwiHgm,. tor Wallace, HtaiH oaoh one, at Wat """ tr "ounosuay niKntf that I. will boII " With. you fjoods as cheap. If not cheaper, for cash than any merchant in town. Try Cloaks. Look at our capes and mu if you doubt this. Mark Hardin, jackets. Wo ask no fancy prices. Low prices tho rule. Look at our $," and 810 successor to Farrls & Hardin. garments. Severance it Sons. HAN entertninmeut and oyster supper wtil be given by the Junior Christian AIlLMNKKY Ophninu Come to my ISndeavor at tho Hiistonvlllu Christian millinery parlors, said tbu spldur to the church KDd iNirsonaire Sttturdav nlirht lly, tho prettiest trimmed hatri you ovor next, o Will Dinwlddio teleplioned us MI ly! Ojenlng next Saturday, 2.'ird. Airs. Kato Dudderar. yontorday. u CASH.-Itemembor tt)j ".,.. ""o. v MARK HARDIN, Cash Dealer In Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, &c. Jf ! ... 1 Low Cash Price To ALL, gMQiLmsmmmmmimismsm i HowAboutClothes? 1 yue-tord- ay ! r. m m PRICES RIGHT 1 ef-b- llsh-In- j,' tick-Fren- ch d, V Every Garment Perfect Overcoats ! k b. 1 S5 BOX COATS SEVERANCE 1 jms & SOVS. n rap-Idl- m ovur-turniu- g 30-od- d re-uni- mu-hi- The Best Disc Drill Allller-Sisson-Walla- m j BEST : MADE : d. DI-- y, m;u-hln- e double-geare- y B. K. WEAR EN & SON. l of-fu- ot dyed-in-tho-wo- ol UftDGRCMinG o - , J. C. M'CLARY, ;,;;""li; wh.-i.-i, Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. , me..o-sopran- o '- e -'' wm ' -- poor-hous- 1 ..- ' !. ,.,.,, ;2rWi.'.w Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, MATTING. poor-hous- sup-iorie- d prl-pric- es W. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. m m m store-room- pg. nny-bod- The m -- . to-nig- y ': A -- fflff - ' .- V -- Y -- UUll-Vg- (a TO DO THE LARGEST BUSINESS In the History of our Establishment Prompts ris to make exceptionally some Great Bargains in School Suits 80.50. Don't fail to see them. Our All-Wool OUR EFFORT LafeafS ' s L.QAf JP.f? ICES SUITS. at SI, $2, t?2..")0, 8IJ and Suite at S(i.oO, We are showing the largest line of The Suite embrace S7.")0 and $10 that we have ever shown. all the Xew Styles ami Colors and arc beyond question the best values we have ever ottered to the public. Ladies' Shoe Department Is brimful of All the Xew Things of the season, consisting of Chocolates, Purples and G teens in fact, evTans, erything that goes to make up a complete line, at prices that will fit your pune. CHILDREN'S SHOES. We are showing a Great Line of Children's School Shoes at 75c, SI and 81.25. Wo guarantee them to bo the best manufacturers can produce for the money. You will find in our Mens Shoe DepartMEN" SHOES. a complete line of Tans, Chocolates, Purples, ment Ox-blood- s, Ox-blood- OVERCOATS In abundance-- , Fabrics the most Reputable, Tailoring the Best. Our Greei.s, Patent Leather, Enamel Calf and Willow Calf Shoes in last. These goods are all the very best the manufacturers of the country can produce. Prices S2.50, ?.'!, SO.iH) and 81. Hc&ides the.-- e wo aro showing a complete line of Heavy Hoots and Shoes, from the, cheapest to tho be.t; also the celebrated Huell Hootee. A look through our stock will convince you that wo are tho people to Shoo and clothe you. all style toes and Our Furnishing- Goods - Boys' and Children's Clothing EK!?53E date are "We Department is full to its utmost capacity. We arc showing s, Department is chuck full of everything that will bring Nitisfac-tio- n to you. Don't fail to see oilr Fancy Bosom Shirts with detached Cutts at 50c and 81. They aro World Heaters. ZZHi-i!- i :'ti up to on HATS. "When you visit Lancaster give ns a call. AVe will send you away happy. Clothing, Shoes, Hals and (rents' Furnishing Goods. LANCASTER, KY. A THE INTERIORJOURNAL VICINITY NEWS. B. A. Connolly, proprietor of tho Jellieo Tannery, is dead. C. II. Hemphill has been appointed postmaster at Artemus, Knox county. Elisha W. Winfrey, aped "5, died on S l'F.It YJCA.U IN" ABVAN'CK O.tsey's Creek in Casey of poisonous - When not so paid CC.3 will o charged. tumors. Mrs. Dr. William Jennings, of Richmond, aged t.'l, and Mrs. J. W. Ames, of Berea, 23, are dead. Mrs. Rachel Culton, a widow with six young children, died at Parksvillo Friday of typhoid fever. Mrs. G. J. Johnson, of Nieholasville, struck at a cat which was after her pot bird, but mtssinji it fell and broko her It riAo!iliU ratr. A orliuii of your 1 IS ollrltftl. At Logansport, Ind., Charles Ward byLevers No. and 2 are held in plnco two bolts without TINNING & PLUMBING, shot his sweetheart, perhaps fatally makes them adjustable burro. This Ar 12 M 2,00 Lve. Somerset; to 2 35 - and 8 20 It was the third trial, the first rosult" 11 31 Jet. City. 315 committed suicide. hogs. No. 2 is thrown buk KY., 4 50 Arr neoiyetown, Lt 9 35 05 sooi in In a verdict of S(J,000, the second in W. A. Moberly, a prominent farmer ready for tho hog to put his head in. " 0 30 Kranklort, 1155 7 20 Is now prv urcil to do all klnil-- . of Plumbing o 87,300 and the third as stated above. of Madison, and Miss Mary Xewland, Sit the "tra,p," we call it, nt your pen in and Tliiiilng. 5 30 proiirlutorM of IHiium 8 40 6 10 Arr l'arls Tho company npoealed each time ard of Garrard, were married at Richmond. door, witii hogs itiHiile, with one man lllnek DIhiiioiiiI Hoof I'nlnt. Telephone No, Dally except Sunday C. D.UEItCAW.O.F. A, KV. .'i. r,li,.ice Miopon Mill iH., opilte J got a lower verdict. Joseph D. Armstrong, a young busi- or boy to chne one at n time into It II. IWuehtnnr. Ct.'n Mill. A dispatch from Middlesboro sas ness man of Lexington, deserted his nnd an tho hog runn his head into tho All klmls open trap catch him just behind the l'ililterliii; ofx rcplrlne dore l rciuMe nti --cU)iy Gibson was Hhot and killed from wife and eloped with Mrs. Belle Joe billUcUun'KiiMn'0. A WOU TO ears by moving lever No. 2 to an upright ambush by Bob Wilcox. Gibson was positioiii quiekly. When you have your a brother-in-laof Gil Colson, a brothOWNERS. Ernest W. Frazier. aged IS years, hog FOR SALE OR RENT. er of Congressman Colson. Tho rnat- - and Miss Lida Hornsly, aged 14 years, your in the trap you ean ring him ut leisure. We have used this kind Are you Insured T If not, why not? well fenced, well t r is iwnticai. iJoutics mere is very and a school girl, eloped from Lexing- of a device for Usn years. There ia no ElOHTV-riV- i: ACK E.S ono mile from Ornb Monlv In of lollltig and barns good ns yours not. hus nil the necessary Improvepatent on It. E. 1). Hale, in National Orchuril on the SomiTM't road. ii Will mII ton and were married at Paris. Tor ments. We will bell privately mill on easy An Advocate correspondent says 1IKOS. Stockman. CENTltV Next Friday Rev. David Brunei and W. T. .TKlMlKNt-ON- . by-Fircull on or adilrtiv. terms. fetanford, ivy. that tho L. & N. charges $18.29 for a wife, of Cr.ili Orchard, Ky Cornishville, Mercer county, 1Imv to Cool on ii l'lir. car load of coal from tho Laurel mines will celebrate the (iSth anniversary of A great nurny breeders upon having a E3:"E3I-,ZLJto Junction City, a distance of GO miles, I Kvery year, involving the loss of millions of 0 hog or pig or very warm, their marriage. He is fcli, she 57. and that the Cincinnati Southern dollars. Why cImiuIiI ou ovns.t to escaMi Miss Nita Cotton, aged 15, slipped attempt to reduce tho tcmernture by The (ttrlkiirs aro Rolng to work nml eoal from year to year 'I MIIS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. charges for the same car from Junction hatless and shoeless out of a window of dashing a liueket of cold wnter over it. will mmmi Ih eomlii. I'luci- your orders mi City to Danville, four miles, 817.31) anil : that wu can Your Property May Bum her room at Parkersburg, W. Va., and Very often tho result is a dead pig in you for patt work curly anil late. Wo thatik fuvort ami kindly ask thx calls the attention of the railroad com- eloped very short time. The proper way to Alvin Cooper. cool off a pig with of Miino. We have no Milletlorit Within a year, within n month, within SI beds; splendid missions to it. Newly furnislieil; clean just received in a walking the Frank W. Neill, a Springfield, O., or one that is overheated, is to let crate which will bohtrectK. lint uwiill yollr order, hours. Why should you epoo the Porters table. Everything neatly and promptly lllled. Hon. Thomas II. Hanks, for years it lie of honest loll to by 8J trains. masher, who Is just .15, was married still and commence pouring water Iioa'tustk credit for e have no capital to n hlnglu lire, years ofcan diMmy U loss an tujet Hhleti In prominent in politics, died at We last week for the fifth time. Two of gradually on its nose, continuing for back us. wo would have n telephone In our hour ulli'ltliig a alinre of your iatroiiupo aged 74. He was first olcct-e- d olllce but enn't hear, route and r.eo tm, ltesinH.tfulh. his wives died and the other two got tho space of two minutes on the n6he, . to the general assembly in 1.341), and MJRhcSO.V. (See ml."; nnd up to the top of the head. Then divorces. JESSE D. "WEAEEN, served six terms at various times under when the head is thoroughly cooled, Kegislered At Moridan, Miss., Mrs. M. E. three different constitutions. He was T. Gonerl ARPnt, Stanford. Ky Splendid a prominent and wealthy widow, proceed backward gradually, not tourindividuals Both a member of the constitutional conven- was married to Deputy United States ing too rapidly nt first till you have KOWI.ANI). KY., L, L.11V. lllltl tion in 1SU0, .....I II1M I' ill! was always a stanch readied the tail. In this way the hog (I, I.iMMU. Gone Hack into the Coal John II. Cjstlkma.s, Marshal John II. Horn. The bride is will be cooled off IMmft?aSMsga.thlg Spring's far democrat and lie without danger of any celebrated his 21st birthrow. Prices reasonable. iNo cliurgo lor day by voting for James K. Polk for about 70 years of age and has a son bad effects from the overheating. Business, fpkx crating. about the same age as her newly ac- Ilural World. will keep constantly on hand the JelliAnd president. eo, Tails llrancli ami otiier best Coals nnd J. H. & H. J. McROBSETS, Stanford. quired husband, who is 40 years old. Confederate veterans of the Eleventh it.sk the patroiiaf-of the public. Htuuford The Pitne' Kiiriimr'n Mlnalon. Arthur Skirvin, of Dry Ridge, and friends Kentucky Cavalry held a joyful Taney farmers," or the owners of .1. II. who want Coal can leave ordrrn with INSURANCE COMPANY receive prompt Ill'lns which will t. h. silniroN.atA. S. at Moberley's Wood, near Rich- Miss Hanna Murphy, of Rowland, wl.o ''fancy" stock, are frequently ridiculed, tention, some time ago and but it is duo to their willingnesi, to ImOF LIVERPOOL. mond. Hon. James B. McCreary was obtained license Surgeon the orator of tho day. He was a lieu- were to have been married at Boston, prove stock and their persistency in adDentist, tenant colonel in the Confederate army. changed their notion as to the place hering to their belief in Foincthing betBBRBEE & Ky. David Skinner, a boy, convicted of and were united heart and hand in the ter than scrubs that the farmer is bene'Hie man of stealing in the Madison oireuit court, reception room of Mrs. William Ham- fited. improvement capital goes en with Hustonvillo, MAKA(ii:ilS, Kentucky nf stock nnd may OlHoeover McIloberU' Drug Store In tlie Owsley g establishment his IllllMlUR. was released by Judge Scott when tho ilton's suffer loss nt Jlrst, but after awhile he d prisoner said he committed the crime Thursday night. Rev. W. S. of Weal begins to make profits, the farmers be00r hla norylcea to the pfoplo ColllnaandLincoln Commerce .Building, Louisville. Block of ofiiciatcd. to keep from starving. Central Uniing lifted up with him. as the farm on and Caiey counttei. Kull Agents Throughout tho outh. hand. Married at Springfield, Mo., in tho which improvud breeds are specialties I). t. Carenter. Manager. 05 versity students at Richmond are orDenton hotel parlor, Thursday evening becomes a fountain soureo from which ganizing a company of cavalry. 7th, Mr. Win. P. Graves, of superior animals are distributed in all Wo expect to savo for our customers In tho W. S. Young, accused of stealing October CN. Iwnl .f-t- . Macon City, to Miss Ethel Thurmond, directions. ue.it Vi mouths 8493 while postmaster in Madison counyoungest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Stanford, - - - Kentucky The I'orlilil.lcn fruit. ty, was before the U. S. court at LouisL. Thurmond, of Ash Grove. Elder R. The following is an ucttinl incident of ville and had his case continued to the E. McKnlght, of Nichols, performing Biblical investigation that occurred in : : February term. The case against Lar-kl- n tho wedding ritual. Mr. Ell Johnson Indianapolis a few days ago, affirms the Office on Lancaster street at Ilcsltlence. Edwards will bo tried Wednesday. and Miss Lily Dawson, as best man Sentinel. Two young ones were dis- And furthermore wo would accept no mail's Edwards is a lawyer of Somerset and is 51,000 back to tho old way and bridesmaid, and Mr. E. C. Thur- cussing the old legend of the fall of cheek forbusinessmid k said time. To thoo for of doing accused of collecting illegal fees in a Adam and Kvein UieGnrdcnof Eden: mond, brother of tho bride, and wife, who might doubt this wo would nay HRALRIt IN pension case. Louis Gaylord was found "What kind of forbidden fruit do you were the attendants. Ash Grove, Mo., o suppose it was thnt Uve ate?" asked the guilty of robbing tho at Advance Tho parents are natives of 1897. Pleasboy. Roekhold, Whitley county. The case this county undtliey have 11 children, Thfc little girl Ktudied some time, and Is rather remarkable. About a month , i, flB... .. 1 vo girls and six boys, all married now. then replied: f....lt "I 'spect it wns Adam's Ontno VIiich. Small Trutu. AMiin.Bus nn.l. u? a protracted meeting was held at apple." sinall-)o- x l.awn and uurilun. tho llttlo church at Roekhold. Gav- every thing forOrclmtu. A short time und you will nover enter again have Several cases of Vi have no nircnts but sell direct to tho lord was a regular attendant, and as it the storo of a mun who sells tho old way, on Well I ki-- tl After. in Atlanta, and as a result the iitanttir, i;i vlni; uiiorniouscominlssloiis Cnt- long time, long prices except "Brooks," said III vera, "yoti ought-twas shown in court seemed greatly in- board of health decided to begin comulv'ruo on niipllciitlun to do something for that cold of youra. A II. !'. HILLF.XMEVEK. terested in the services. His neigh- pulsory vuccination throughout the neglected cold sometimes leads to seriLoilnrton, Ivy High-Grad- e C'l Fertilizers and Goal. bors thought ho was a pious man. Ono city. ous oonsequencca." uft(jr ehurch was over tho post Goods Warranted as Represented. Masked men strangled Adam HuffWho can think "Tills cold of mine isn't neglected." Tor keeping your noso to tho grindstone. Olllco on Wanted-- An Main Street, opposite Elmore's Storo, fwoSufwItentl oll,ce was robbed by some ono who gain- - man to death near Kendallville, Ind., crossly answered Brooks. "Five or six Stanford, Kentucky. ed entrance by breaking open a win- - upon his refusal to give up his money. hundred of my friends are looking after caer dow and Guylord proved the thief. it." Chicago Tribim He w as tortured for two hours. J. L. TOTTEN. Salesman. rttr-uiu'! derson county, accidentally shot himself and will probably die. Tho Danville "Water Co. got ashamed TIME GSRD. of itself and notv gives water to all who can't pay 10c a barrel for It. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION The University of Cincinnati team Tnln. 1pTnSLiti(orl at 710 a m. nnd beat the Centre College eleven 4 to 0 ceturuluj? at 4: 25 p. tuand.03 p. in. at Danville Saturday afternoon. KN0XVILLE DIVISION. J. E. Woodward has been appointed ,.12 37 p in No. 24 Train golug North ...113 a in postmaster at Boreing, Laurel 'county; 2.5 No. ,.12 04 pui " bouth i No. 15 " C. J. Powell at MoWhorter, same coun,. 127 pin " " No. 23 " ty and S. B. Davis at Pleasant View, Forallll'olntj. Whitley county. SOLI). TiniO'JGU TICKETS UAliOAliE CHKCKHD THROUGH. Wo learn that Mrs. A. E. Keppcrt Tor any information enquire ol died of yellow fever in New Orleans JOE S. KICK, Agent, two days after her husband's return Stanford, Ky. from this place, where hu had been attending court. Mt. Vernon Signal. QUEEN & CRESCENT. lad, James Coleman, the Trains wus Junction City as follows: 4 02 p in indicted for stealing a horse from a No. i.Soutu .... ii 57 a m Ko. 2 North J 40 a in' " 4 " 11 21 in v. 4i i so pm Lincoln county farmer, was, on account ussiiu " 6 " No's " "w- -' ! No. 9 of his age, plven the lightest punish- two years in the State Junction City, nctlher meat possible eo no furlfci South than Jo they ruu Sundays. prison. Ilarrodsburg Sayings. who lost an arm while FRAHKFORTAiD CINCINNATI RY. A. P. gitting otr an L. & N. train, has just GEORGETOWN. VIA p. M. gotten a verdict for 37,000 at Lebanon. x. V. M fajtral M A son of George Thompson, of An right arm. MUSI A John Thompson, a Anderson county, was disemboweled by the accidental discharge of a gun with which he had started hunting. Howard Crockett's pistol foil from his pocket whilo attending a jHirty at Will Hutchinson's, near Wilmore, and the woapon was discharged, the ball striking him above tho left ear, fatally wounding him. Miss Laura Clay, of Richmond, was rCH niWQiNG HOGS. Clrvvr Contrivance WhrVli In Xot by l'nloiltn. This is the vny ue catch hogs for ringiivg. Tnku nn ordinary shipping cnito for hogs, tnko ofT cleats at both emls, on one eml nail at four corners of the crate four cleatn two inches by three inchw. Over these crosswise at top niul bottom of crate nail two h by three-incMrlp. Through f inch holes, dodging boy, of thcbc bore I'ro-tcotiMl two-Inc- h A California train robber killed a CSTRAY. deputy sheriff and was himself killed. There I'nme III. Robert Mo teal I, a farmer, went down led Hiortlmrii to tnv lilaeeor.eit.iuoiiIIih'OT,olda bull ralf, I in a well near MctroKills. 111., was ov- Owner can fret him b) pnMiig fur adveillt-lii- ) and hit keep riu.ii II.m i v ercome by foul air and died before he St ii n ford, lv , could bo drawn out. George Northingtou, of near ("larks-vllle- , Tenn., took a teasHonful of strychnine, mistaking it for qulnlnr and died in 13 minutes. il-U one-hal- A 7 Io I Warning. ulr-ciu'- i- PHHNIX Insurance Company, OK UROOKI.VN. Any oiu plowing utility jJnco for jrnivil .ifler or nuv otlirr nmtrlfil In" Bi tlilt tfnte. Octotivr Mil. I"t7. I will prmivtiU' to tint full extent of the law. V. M. IIKWKS. president of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association, in session at Covington and Mrs. Sarah II. Sawyor, of London, soctretary. The association will petition Congress for the right of suffrage. Two brothers living near Ilarrodsburg, look so much alike that thoy can't bo told apart. One of thorn join. ed the Baptist church and when about IMtACTICAL IIOO itIKGBK. to be immersed found that he had no clothes suitable, and gave his brother three inches apart. Into this space in-- i ert two movable lever with holen in. 10 cents to be baptized in his place. them opposite those in cleats. When flikishci! the end of the crute will Uk i ! ' L& SON, DEKLERS IN COHL, NO Caledonian : insurance Co., of Scotland. KotiNiiicn iHon. Order Ofliffl ami Corn mul Iiy, I IVi-l Stanford; Mill C.nl Yartl, C'nvutHj;, Kxrhai(. lV)t html, Htwr Ilia lUtrjil R. B. MAHONY, Agt., 5 - .Mrcmt, SulMarlbtii kuaranlMl. Ulrlr Kentucky. H. J- liU-gUt-t'. STAMOItli, KV. 2STOTICE rnj-lur f 1 I SHELBY & SHELBY, .. .. ....rrortrtur "'V ' -- Rl-iket- MATRIMONIAL LIVERY.FEED& SALE'STABLE JunotionlOlty, ICy. Klnt-Ow- All T"m (lmtrluc Iuuror plunk fcnee, wm and ralllH nr wire ffiirrcnn AhUkLsI thrjf wmilnt ntvr CVUr Crwlc.uii tlir plko I ali ImiIInk Truiti Crab Orchard to Suulunl Iwpon hantl a tupplj-bplank fur ftiJn. All IuiiiUt IiiiIMIiu rtirun: aN hoaula klnilf ami lilniflt-- . All )vrin ii.lrlii aujr arllrleof till kind edit rail ua inn at ihv Horn neurlVUr Crrek. 11. V. HMJI.l.TUJi. (r Ukc this: Turnout, prompt altentl-ui- , Trrr J. "T.Jones, STANFORD. M differ-(Uit-Mz- cd I I H.D.PHILLIPS. S rait Gun and I-ool- s STAM-'OUt)- Si-- tf for sale:. 305 Acres Fine Land IHuo-Grsis- Mo-ra- n. 1 1 w PROPERTY s, Thou-snni- ls Mason Hotel first-clas- s. Are Destroyed or Lightning e over-heate- d, S.aucaster, Kentucky. - necu-miilatl- Law-rcneebur- g, Y imzXjIE h:og-s7 fil-- lt Du-roc- s. Hig-gin- s, L. SHELTON, .... 7BHHKn -. lias , o PRICE, re-uni- Stanford, J. T. SITTTOBr, Undertakor, CnSTLEMS. dress-makin- Grin-stea- dh. W. b. Pisinrsr, k W. A. THXBBliU, 7 fteutlst, Stanford, Ky. JJXSMJ $5,000 or More, Blue Grass! Nurseres. J. B, HIGGINS, Farm Wagons, ure Vehicles, FALL, post-olllc- .! .. 11 Trade WitJ? Us cd To Lick Him Agricultural Implements, nlS-'- Idea u' fSWJa'SffiAaffi1?.".:? ",4SirrueirJKLt8 Tanner Bros., McKlnnty