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TliriCMIAY. SV.V. II. ISf?f.
I Local Matters.
1 Sliilo h M'urly ilry
County court in .Mi. .Slurliny Mon
I Tin! Mi'iiili'i! ciiouil I'iMirt ln;iiii
Hiitvcy Itici' iiinl liui(;lilor tiro
Win. Kico in tlili county.
W. fl. (.Imlycll nttfiiili'd tin May
villo convention from 1 1 1 i - plneo.
; Wo arc glad to. see Mr..lolm Hughes
out again altera protracted illnoH.
II K. A. (tixHlpnctcr bought two mule
colts Monilav at $-Ji mid ?7o
- Our lawyci.s iiio more, it ml more
ploawd with Judge Coo tor ai tini"
r' CI '.. T. YolMiT mu .Ja.
j .1olm."ou, uI'Moiohoad inc. attuniliny
i our court,
M.r.s Hank.- ami (Iran Allen, iif
I Iil!cnliurg, were attending court on
We arc pained to loam that Mk
Katie Snioot is daugcioiinly ill with
i the flux tit CarlMe.
Mow A. S. Tlnuniw, Tojipy Mc-
aiighlin and It l Pole.? attended the
! Maysville convention.
Col. C. W. Connor, after a monlliV
nlist'iicc in NoNon county, returned
Inline Tuesday evening.
i ' T. C. Ovvimj lxtu"hl a nice led
yoke of work cattle, Monday, weigh'
tiig'J,.'$70 for SI 24 Tib.
l!ov .Stone sold to .lu. Mvuitt, of
Nicholas, lal week, two mule colts,
1 1 one at Sf() and the other at ST.").
SI Haas Hog Remedy, sure cure foi
H hog clitdem. W. II. I) iwney, 0v.
1 H iugsvillc. agent for Hath county. 40
lj Hon. .loliu I). Viiuug lolt Monday
J lor I'nuijifurt to nttend u meeting ol
the hoard ol Rtilrond Comm
There is a mo incut on foot to or
a lirnnch of the Women's Chri
t iit ii Temperance Union at thi place.
KMer? Hunt and Sexton will hold
meeting nt I'eastieki the fourth Saturday
in thi month. Jiasket dinner on
II Steve Mockahoc was admitted to
j hail Tiie.diiy evening, in the sum ol
J live thousand dollars, his f.ilhe.r going
on the Itiuid.
? 1 L. A. ami II. S. (iimdpas
- j tcr left for Cincinnati on the
I .Sunday evening to attend the gieat
sales of tohacci.
.John R. I'. Tucker, Ciicuit clerk
!Kxto.itioii w: in town Monday
ami Ttioday ti a wituc, in the
- .Mt"rs JJeu Wvatt and Iitu l'elors,
"u of Mt. .Sterling, have lt"cu attending
M :ouit here this week, a" witne.vo in
M the Moittgoinor (i. suit.
M The delightful r.uu ot Sunday
and night was very
irveniny jtarcheil ami earth.
h was nf great benefit, to Lite tobacco, j
ij I'll at trio nf brilliant young attor I
J neys. from the Mt. Sterling bar, .Judge ,
'' Jas. H. i'Ia.'lrir'g, Henry Woxlf'uril
1 and A. 15. White, uro attending our i
i , ,..-. . I
Kill a white man in Ruth comity '
j (In; jury Kay, fine the defemlant one
bundled ami fifty dollars. Vou can
, i k'cl tliiwj niggers fur a j.mrtir or ten
i ceiit a piece.
.; If you at a man in i!im raunty
. ami wound him vou art fiimd one
- lrwl and dollar. Rut if you
kill him you are fined out bundled
ii auJ fiftv dollars.
- - -,
1 ' Mr. M. ii. Tall-tit ami Miri .Jeflio
I). Joiie wuie iiiantioil at tho i !
' deuce of Khltir S. !'. .Jonui, the briilut
father, in Mt. Sterling on Wudiii'Mlay
morning of last week.
iii'V. T. S. Simr.ill, tl Troy, Wu,.
foul ("tiiuty, came up Monday ami to
turned Tin-day iiccoiupuiied by his
wife, who had bet n vixitiugher father,
Mr. T. W. Kwing, for noiue lime.
Haivey mid Tom Knw ling;, two ox
Hath boys, am engaged in th liarO' .
ware at a MMMV !
iiig town in Nobrsifckn. luiyu .
favored iin with lute lilt-n of japeis
I from thai
1.. A. (bodMt4r niiolo I he follow.
ing Nib's of calllo viuek: 20 bend
of good mountain teer lo R. Hnrpfr
at S.'Ti Nr head ami MS lieml nt br
per (mmiihI. To Nym Rird, 'l'i y.ywir
olds at Tie per p'mml.
Hmn; 'lo ili uil'u Hi Mumiw RotU,
of Rolhi'l, on tlw .KJ Ii ult.. a ilniujh.
lor. Muimiii wnn lu low 11 Momlny
h tol. ing hn u4ihI himI luijipy tw Hiiy I
3 oiinx lall.tl e Itnif oi r Mm. ''
I More Blood in Bath,
tlie Fratricidal Act of Stevo
If a Goon Home Lute
AM Slioots liia Brother Henry to Death
with a Shot Gun.
THE MATRICIDE LODGED IN JAIL.
.rallies llvM AMniiK NitlHtfc
iilili IJti'iw Pi'ospcol of
Honcca Swim gooa Squirrel
ing and Shoota ono of his
While Clark Itnrlirble I.iiiiiIm a Deadly
Itullet lu Smith .Jones' Mile.
As hardened as we have become by
the constant and unchecked recurrence
of crime in our midst, it caused a chill
of horror lo tin ill through this com
inuuity on Thursday morning last,
when it was reported that Steve Mock
abee had shot and killed his brother
Henry the night before, nt the icsi
deuce of their father, 1'ioss Moekabee,
iu tin Southwestern portion of this
county. The. report was too horiible
for belief, but was speedily couliinied,
and reported iu all of its sickening do
' taik Steve was here the iimt of the
day Wednesday, and though diiuking
some, was imt drunk when he left.
IIU eoiupunion, who kmiu" to be a
. kindled spiiit, was Newton Col liver.
They went by ihc quiet little town of
, Stej stone, where they loaded up with
mean whisky, and then proeecdo I to
' take cnliie charge of the municipal nf
fair. of the place. They appealed pa
thetieally for the authorities to come
. and arrest them, s.o that they could
make meal sifters of their bodies. As
a very funny diver-ion, they filed two
hots at a train. It was in
"lime, such mood as this (hat Steve
.Moekabee ai rived at bis father's hotie
laic on Ilia! fatal night. In a rough
ami manner he fVnanded
romclhing lo eat, which hi.s mother
arose from her bed and jueiiaied for
him. After eating lie went lo hi-loom
upstairs, but did not remain
long. He came back down ami demanded
more to eat, at the same time
taking the shot gun down from the
rack ami throwing it around iu a rookie.--and
thioatening m inner. I'p lo
lime Henry had loiuaine up Mails,
but be now went down iu order In liy
jainl pacify bis brother. No sooner
had he entered the loom when Sieve
prevented the gun with the icmatk,
"Don't you come near me," and fired.
The gun was loaded with (iiirrel shot
and the whole charge entered the left
Mile of the poor boy's abdomen, tearing
a gaping hole, into which Ihc
band could bo thrust. Inline
diatcly after the shot,
to sti.o the niurderou'' biother and he
was wild iu hi-grief. I'hysuoiuiis woie
with whom Henry
Ho them to
hi bowels, which woie
ing from the wound, befmu ho died
and al.-o to give him something to relive
the teniblu pain. I Iu lived from
one ami a half to two hours after the
wound was inflicted.
The pailicipauts in this bloody
diaiua me soiih of Rrestou Mockaboo.
an old and Yespected farmer of this
county and in the groat calamity that
has overtaken him iu bin declining
years, ho ha the heartfelt Minpathy
of this en lire community. Henry
Mitokabue was or twenty-
rix yeais old and has led a checkeied
life. Koran paitieipution in
the murder of Maivhal das. L. Young,
iu Mt. Sterling, in the fall of IM'AS, he
was died, couvictud ami tcutcuccil to
the K'iiiteutiary for two but
through (he iutcrciuii of friends he,
wan Miidoiiod ly (iuveiuor Hlnckluiiu
bitfuio being taken fnun the jail. After
I hi ho was knocked and
bin bkull fractuied by some convicts
uhom ho was guaidingon iho raiboad
wink iii'thix counly. Inunie Hirlion
of the South, while u fugitive, lie was
coiupelled lo idioot ami daugi'iolixly
wound a man in Htlf defense. With
all of hi limit In Has immeasurubly
belter tlmii his wrulelmil brother, who
now lies a prisoner in our jail with
bandn ilruipiug with his brulhur'n
Arn:Mi'i at uriniue.
'llii'io in ..ii air of mysln'ry
the Hlleuipled clf destruction nf
llil, wbk'h leads In the belief j
that theru uiih n Momun lit lliu buttmn I
of it. It uiw imNiblit fur our
suUi to kJ onto Im ui'lUiulur'. A I
thill emild bo Iwtriiotl Muiiday uni
tlutt Ht Win. Khr Ihuim, nunr
cliiiifh, In ilwilgonwr) oKiniy, !
Into Saturday rvfii'iig, Jax. Mot lnt ,
kituwiriii liitt kwd with -4 (ikUii, In-Hi
ling a iwitiol liit'li the lii .iciau
pronounced ' fatal. Hel
wat a quiet, im'iwtiinUH and highly
lexpecled young tobacco raNor of the
neighborhood, and tho rash act was
quite a surprin to his fiicmls.
HtlODII.Md Tilt: MMMISIIKt, AND Tllf.N
A young man named Se.naca Swim,
who lives on what is known as 1 lies old
Tommy Lowi place in tins cxlieine
easlotn pot lion of this county, inllic.l
ed upon himself, ery I'ooIUhly, on
1'iiilay last, what will, in all probability
prove n fatal wound. Ho was
out liunt'iig squirrels and had wounded
one which began to eliinb Iho trunk
of a lice. Under the excitement of
the niiiimut young Swim clubbed Ii -
gun, which was a double barrel, and
began striking at the. Mpiirrol and
struck one lick too many. The remaining
baircl was exploded and the
whole charge of shot took eflcet in his
left leg just above, the knee tenting
the flesh ami shuttering the. bone in a
dieadfiil manner. Amputation will
bo leudered necessary.
oni: xki HttotT.s ANonir.it.
('huh Rtirbridgo, a le.u year old
boy, was handling a pistol in a
tenant house on Newt. RatlilPs place
on Sunday evening, when Smith Jones,
an older negro, came iu and told Hur-bridge
to hand him the pistol. This
ho stalled lo do, when the weapon
exploded, the. ball taking effect in
Jones lolt side, above the heart and
inflicting a very dangerous wound.
The shooting was the result of cure
MAftor eight long, weary years of
palionl sufloiing.Ida R., oldest daughter
of Judge K. V. and Kmily
quietly breathed her last at an car
ly hour Monday morning. Tender,
loving hands ministered to her wants
lo the .last, and when the soul took it-flight
from tho weary, pain-racked
tenement, the family woie all gathered
theie lo take a last, long faiowell
of the daughter and who had
borne, up so bravely and
mgly under her long Siiflering, and lo
whose every want it had been their
pleasure to minister. Tho last service-were
poi formed at I lie residence Tuc
day evening, from which place a large
concourse of sorrowing relatives and
followed the remains lo their
last place ' Wo extend to the
', family ourheait felt sympathy in their
U an example worthy tho emulation
of other church congicgatious:
The new and elegant M. K. church at
Mt. Slerling, costing twelve
dollars, was dedicated Sunday by
Rev. Mr. Morri-on, of Louisville.
There was an unpaid balance, of some
thing over S.'!,ft)0 still to be raised.
After the sermon a siibsciiplion paper
was priod around and when it ha I
made the circuit of the audience it was
found that over S3, 700 had been
Hon. R. l Cockiell led off
A fine lino ol neckwear at Slessor's.
The ca-o of R. A. Mitchell against
the county of .Montgomery, on change
of venue to this county, is being tried
as we go to press. Mitchell sues the
county for SI, oOO for making a
index lo iho suits on file in the circuit
clerk's office of Montgomery. The
olfeiod him SU50. It
is thought tho pluintiir will iccovcr
judgment for S800 or SI. 000.
In glancing over the indictments refined
at the term of court, our
yo fell upon the following: "Commonwealth
against Run Shou-e, murder,
signed, A True Rill." Then
down at the Itottom, "Rail S.pi,000."
If over then was a
minder perpetrated on the face (
of tho earth, it the killing of iuof ,
feusive old man Full, by Run Slmuso,
For tho next thirty days .Slofser
will tell goods cheaper than over
known iu this section, lo make loom
for bis fall purchases. Clo.-o buyers
will lake advantage of this fact, as tlioy
know that Slower keeps nothing hut
what is first class in every particular.
Call early for bargains.
The grand jury adjourned
evening, after loturning into court .r7
indictments, the great bulk of which
went for minor inl'raiitions of thy law,
such as cm rying coiicoalesl weajtoiH,
nulling liquor Arc., iCt Thoio worn
two iiidiclimuiU for minder, one
aguiiut Run Shoiiso ami the other
ugniiiiit Sieve Mih Itnbeo.
Dr. N. I'ioivo Iiavlnjj located
Iiimu for iho priii'liuo of h $ piofuiioii,
otter bU Mivicoa In iho oiliicusof
Oulngsi'UI" tunl vicinity. Ilocau bu
.'on ml at Mi'lntirv'd Kentuuniut, Main
uliuul, uulil In (-ail obtain uitullu
rohltfiico fur lils'famlly, imiiuHuf whiuh
will 1mi giveis
T1hnm who wunt Um lubt now (tit-ling
ilm UimNiigii will find tht Cincinnati
liwuiug Wml iho vary paper.
It U jftftwlur, bright ruul Ikmenl.
I ,WJ Jfowaliuys a h in Ciiiuliiiintl,
ami iitigitltoriiig iill.i. j.
A Mlssloniir.i lieu.
Rev. Hurry Jlenilefuu had a little
, talk with us about il hen whtno
j ry may be of prolit, us il may cncoiii
I ago sonic good lady to set apart a lion
for the heathen. Tin above mention.
oil speckled hen only 'cost tweiih
cents; laid thirty two eggs last , ear
Two dozen of the eggs paid for her
Sire, hatched twenty live chicken am1
only .lost lluve, Iho ri'in.ilning
Iwo being sold for ?!l !)0. Roiiig lale
chickens they only luought liltoon
Remark: Sol your mirsionury hen
outlier in the season. The owner ol
this leligious pullet is Mrs. Frances
Cook. Let every woniau give one ol
the host hens in the barn yard lo the
eumc of missions. The re'tiltwill loll.
Tho case of the Commonwealth
agaii:t Jolf Howard, eliarge.il with
murder, was given to the jury on
ThiilPilay evening lasl after able argu
meiit. by Mrs.- Slono Mini I'alterson
for Ihc defense and Young and Rrook
for the Stale. Iucoi'pornlod with the
usual in such cases was
one on the point of involuntary manslaughter
which merely n line
and imprisonment in the county jail
or either, in the discretion of the jury.
Acting under this latter iuMi notion
the jury returned a verdict for .100
against Howaid. 'J'iie vonliot is considered
a mati.llin one, well worthy of
iho unenviable name our fair
much win thy of a bettor fate
bears away from home.
About thiity of tho colls nf Groat
Heart, Kck JCmmoiis'Iineslaliion.weie
at Sherburne last Saturday to contend
for I he two premiums of 87 50 each,
which he oflered for the host horse and
nunc colts icspcctively. The prcinl
urn on the horse colt was awiudcd t
Ceo. W. Donaldson, and that on the
mare colt to .1. J. Fleming, of Rath
county, although Mr. Emmons is a
Fleming county man. Mr. W. N.
Snioot says that for m'zo, form, style
and action, this lot of colts could not
have been surpassed in the Stale.
Leo Rice, auctioneer, reports the
following tales for Monday, county
court day: K
Ono yoke of steers 8111
" " " So 0(1
" " ",' t 70 2."
" " ";' 75 5(1
," 75 0(1
' " 7li 00
Five ycailing steers, ?."(i 10 per head;
four short ycarliiigsSiW .5 jter head;
one yearling, S'JO 25. There were a
good many mule colls nu the maiket,
but for a lack of buyers but very few
were sold. Prices ranged finm f -10 to
S75. One lot of 105 mountain sheep
Mild for 8 IS!).
Those live, wideawake livery men,
Thonijwm it Ramsey last week placed
an elegant new buss on the road from
place to Preston. Tho "Iva 1).
Thompson" is a perfect beatily ami
will piovo a joy and a comfort to tho
tiavelii'g public and a source of profit
to her enterprising owners. Undo
Jim Davis still handles the ribbon.-,
and tho brake, which insures safe
The following a,o the lucky numbers
that diew the prizes at SlesseiV;
No. 101, china tea M; 202, clock and
ornament; HO.'!, lamp; -101,
spoon rack am' berry
stands. IWons holding tlio above
iiumberjifT requested lo
iinmedi.ifu!y and claim their
". . '
Col. Richard Carr letiiincd .Sunday
from a visit to Catlcttshurg. He rode
on the bumpers between the tinder
and the baggage car as far as Fanners,
where he was gently lifted oil on tho
point of the conductor's boot. I lo was
one of the delegated to the late
Wo will give exclusive sale at and
near Owingsvillo, of ouijFutiro Wheal
Flour to a dealer who will push it.
Covoicd by patent. F.anily sold. Wo
guarantee a hundred pounds more
bread lo the bariel (ban any other
Fkanki.in Mills Co.
.'ISCIuik St., Chicago, III.
No. 1 1 ill.
There, is to bo a grand at
i Yastickti next .Satuiday, and pro para
lions uro being mado to have a jolly
good time. Platforms fur ilaiiuiii'.',
lots to out ami lots lo diiuk, and plen
ly of room to meander through the
leafy Imiwois of Rill A lion's womU,
aio aiuoiig tho many ntlructioiis.
SqiiirioU aio said to he coming into
tho country above Croi lunula in
Rowan luiuuty, by lliouimls. Wu
oven hear that tlmy uro invading
Ikilh. If thU b. true, our liuulou will
huvo a fluo liimj.
An oxpurloiiQud dry fjuodn imhwmiiu,
,Mi!t lit nolior, liuliiatiajui, ami oouie
well ivooininomlu!. Statu thu tatlury
wantoil, Nmio but an opiM'irmied
mmi iiewl ntwuor. AildivM, luik
Uok 17, Ml. Suiting. y,
Dining Ihc liml low days Mid.
I of I his place lias boon preaching
at RVynolilsvilh'. The audiences weio
large and a deep religious inter ft
look hold upon that commiiiiiiy of
people. Whole families were brought
into the chinch ami the meeting closed
with :!') Kid Slaflbrd left
here Friday for county, his
former homo, lo hold a proliactod
meoliiig of I wo weeks continiiiinee.
The ChiNiian church in this plttco i-
to bo thoioiighly lenovated and Iho
is to be assislcd by Kid. Riiney
of(!ovinglon Ky., iu a protracted
meeting some time iu Xovcinhc, Mr.
R. is regarded us a very able pieacher
Justice stands iippallcd, with
blanched checks and staring eyes, at
the remorseless ami unchecked march
of iho red-handed muideret' through
our county. She has, on bended knee,
nnd with the eloquence, of inqiirsllion,
plead with our juiies to ii'sNt, -by
their vcidiets, in building up a public
sentiment which would insure to our
citizens, s.oiuo security of life and, in
case it was wrongfully taken, the sure
and speedy piinkliMont of the murderer.
Tho present stale of society in (his
county is alarming. Men of families
do not, -eon to rcalio iho danger thai
threatens them, and all hands seem to
have become c.ilous to the surrounding.
When the next pistol shot will
sound the death knell of some falher,
hiibamlor son, no one can loll. It
may come today, or it may come tomorrow,
but come it will, and, judging
tho future by the pnt, the murderer
will enjoy a perfect immunity
from all harm. The only remedy for
this slate of atralts is with our juries.
Until they arc composed of men who
regard their oaths and dare lo do their
duly, crime will continue lo increase
AH persons indebted to Ihc under
signed of L. R. will
plea-e. pay or .settle the same by the
, 1st day of September, RSSI; ami if not
paid orscttleil by that time I shall be
( compelled to sue.
, F. A. COODPASTER.
i .Mr. John A. Turner has handed us
l a copy of the Northern Neck News,
from Warsaw, V., from which wo clip
tiio following: Wo sec it stated in
the Alexandria Cvzutte.thal Mr Pier-son,
a farmer near Monaskin wharf,
Lancaster Co., has Mild 500 bushel"
of wheat to the Agricultural Department
at Washing on, for S2.50 per
Lightning was on a wild hunt for
Sharpsburg last Sunday evening. Two
stacks of hay belonging to "Rruin"
Raines iu the edge of town wore
struck and burned and on the opposite
side of town a stack belonging to
Judge L. S. Rogers was struck and
would havo burned had not Mr.
Rogers scattered the hay out.
Mr. L. P. HeAtloy, a farmer living
iu the Rethel neighborhood,
made an assignment last Fiiday to
J no. J. Snioot, for the benefit of hi.-creditors.
His liabilities arc between
twenty-live hundred and three
dollars, witli assets Mifiiciciit, il
is thought to fully cover Ibis amount.
A pookotbook, containing two ten
dollar bills ami a nolo for 575. The
finder will bo liberally rowirded by
leaving it at tho Oi'tlook ollice.
MUs Lucie Ilonaker loturued from
a tup to fiiemls in Rowan and Carter
counties, Sa'urday. Although disip
pointed iu her expectations ol taking
iu iho celebrated Carter caves, the
had quite a pleasant visit anyway.
Judge. J. R. Strother, who is re
uieinboied so kindly by the R.ith del
ogalion to Ilm (Jrayson convention two
years ago, for his untiring efforts to
conduce to tlui pleasure of their .-lay,
was in town Tuesday and Wednesday.
I will sell coal at either or
Sail Lick stations by liu car load in
deliveidl to the coimumciH in
by the wagon load, at the very
J. M. Colli vt:t:.
A numbei'of our big tobacco
,iro attending tho KvpoHtinu sale-of
tobacco iu Cincinnati this week.
Auiougkl the number tiro John Siiiitnt,
Will MuCray, F. M. and Jas. S. Her
Oiinoflhu ohm:kift things on re.
cord in Iho application of thu
minder, Run Shou.-o, for bail. In
no other ooiinly in Kentucky would
tilth a thing Ik iiltoiupto I.
At the colt klmw hem .Monday, tho
jut ol Poiry (iimdmfctur'o homo, Tur
oo, Siniiell Vuiiug wan aw urdud tlu
piuiniiim un tho iiiuio oolt, iiihI Tarlo.
0 ilil!U INI I ho Ihi Mill,
Thu winner lor iUv u( wuofe bu
i ii i iiiii nn i n innnrwrnj iimhh i in i tt smnjrrjwtwrrmtm in wwwt
! Opens August 16th. Closes October 25th, 1884.
10 ACRES UN DEM ONE HOOF.
TWO CONCERTS EACH DAY
( By Cnppa's nnd Gilmoro's, tho most famous linrtrfa of tlie world
Lirgcst and Finest Display of Machinery In MOTION ever witnessed enfwherc
LOWKST KAIt.WAV KAILS KVKR CIIVEN INT flit; S'rATr.
Ten 'ofknf Kentucky' Rreat sculptor, Joel Il.irt, tlie r f.OMil.le eolVction. i
line hundred connllclln Kentucky will make rluliti, ilLplaylnis proiltieM ttliieli will drrH4htrl
tliit ijtale't tremcnrlnin t.inicitic and future trrcntnm An eccjuin fof Kentucky
pride '1 KIUMI'IIANT
I &AN IMMENSE LIVE STOCK EXHIBITIONS
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Kentucky famotu. The exhibit will virpa. in extent the Koyal .Stock show in London, and pren(
Inthe visitor the grandest, cnmntcteM, ami inoM inaRnilicent btuck cxliil.it the world haj ever wit'
netted, and a tight that can not he duplicated in the world,
BENNETT H. YOUNG, President J. M. WRIGHT, General' Manager.
Old Reliable Drug Store !
O, W. HONAKER, .
LARGEST STOCK AND BEST GOODS
JJHALS ALSO IN STAI'l.K A'D VMsVY
m is, o ii: .ill in -
Host JSraiuls ofCinrs tmrt ToImiccok nu IMirc; Liquor
KOil MKDK INAJi I'SKS. "
wswi i i. miw o aMJBJ Kjimai.'wiii nmnnwTn'lWjHililf
Wm. Sliaw, tlio cclobraiiMl Varis mi f
Ioi has nM'onilv at tho (Mionnous outlay
oi $28,000 in cash, remodled his Mills by
adding tho finest and eomplolost H0LLEK
PROCESS, and it is as needless to say
that these are THE BEST MILLS in Ky.
as it is to say lhat' Jiilly Shaw is tho host
lie clios'c Hi is occiipnlion nearly fO .venrs ac;fl,
and lias piir.suod il, sJoadily lo Hit present lim
Tho boiiiilifiil (fiinlifiw of his Flour l)ar Ampin
'IVsliinon.v lo Uio I'iivi lai ho spares noillior prido
nor Expense IN HIS lU'SJNKSS.
We arc agents Tor these Mills, and hand Id
"SHAW'S FLOUH" in several different grades
Try it once, and you will use no other.
RIGGEN & GOOD PASTER,
ELLOTT & RICHARDS,
Staple and Fancy hni
In tliu Win. IJicIinitls Hoiite, noxt tlour to J. T. Kir liruiiln aJi.l cjlp(jeil'
the Cttiirt IIdiim',
OWINGSVILLE, - KENTUCKY.
"Will keep un liuml.i at all times it full :tnd frrIj line of
Sugars, Co 11 eo, Jacon, Lard, Flour, Tea,
Spires anil Fliivnrinj,' Kstnut. Tin and line of
Gnll Goods in Town, ami Fancy Gondii ill all Varies
Tlu FiiiONl Lint ol lf;:ir.s intO
.Simiiitfiiiii m callal lo the FllAShTOH'l' FUU'Ii, jkr fAiA un
mc Hie filc tiyfnl fiw jimr, uv luiiiillf ult .int n' l'Unr,
Head(iuar(ers for Foreign and Donieslir Frui(s
Our dock .if Kii'iicli Caii'lies mul Ciki. ymi will alwajx liiul
Wo want il ilistiuctly that i will ti t It ttinlfiMil.
We tfturii tliaiika for past tavoir., ami .k a tontitiiiaiiiir ol the miiiui.
FIRE ! FIRE ! FIRE !
HOFFMAN'S INSURANCE AGENCY,
Larucst in Eastorn Kentucky, ami the Best Companies
in the World.
- - $26,968,
Contested Claims, None.
Uead Iho Al of Coiuimnies, And Tako ;i I'olicy
lu Mo Other:
Kiiyal, Liinlmi ami Imiinhin.
Nuitli Uiiti.h mul .Mfintlilik. r
liikiiiuiiiu t'outmiiy nt North i
I'tltAlliv, lit liTtlMloH.
riruiuiiit' KmikI CWu pullet
N'injpmt, fyw Yrk.
IIhiU.wL, i4 llnnmrl.
iiuu, w! loilu.
Uivtr(hul tVi UraU t Cilolw.
'lirnytkr, of l!anflutlt
A pi J hy loUor in A. I UiMiMiu.ii lt. titerling, or tu Jml V. V. Umthvr '
i UaUivUIv, ttUj il) U 4cuiu) lu laU iipiJautRu.