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NO. 65 LESLIE if WEDS. mii DnODHCAO, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. AND HAPPY. GARRARD COUNTY. Ilin llrriuiipi Quarterly Court waa in session MonllliKtrntetl III day and Tuesday. Very littlo business Hun. luitlliilll!. it meeting nt til P.iptlst church One Il wttled back In Ilia ony chair, put was transacted. J. M. HUBBA.RD, A. M., President. 1 ho marriage of .Mr inuiK irftr o addition and others manihwt a deaiio to his feet on n (uotraM. lit a cigr and for Thu Cooking Club w os royally id Wtilium C Kingsbury Uildo p , ,.opt,mI Hve Monday evening by Mrs. Sim tllltus ,8l the wnoke 1S91. nrouud his head He was u picture Anderhon, on the Danville pike. T. S. Frith Fold to George Hull HullcorjMot C mer.uory Knd N'ormil yhwl tcuherj. Superior Lour , m Literature, Munc and Some lOorl.'i Lancaster people went nice bunch of sheep. Imiho Ictor sold At! lxrju f? department Calogiie nnd circul n (urnn'it on appi, ition wile ititurrupted Ins moditu to Lexington to J. II. Albright n milk cow .'or $22 50. to attend the groat trota. We guess they will get;. homo a. lunnt, 01 ronuieion county, oougiitol, lions "Ocorgo. you're suttiiiu hisy." tdo palely, nit buy bought round-triW in. Kubor 40 itcrcfl limit nt j.) ticksaid ets. .Mih. Uw Hiittt, of Konlntid, wl o He shook his bond Tho contested election uasp between has been visftinK friends here, returm d "But when we wuro engaged," she "you were as active as any man J. (J. Hemphill and Walton Kason for hointt Tlmrsdny. .Mrs. Ir. Hetitoninvis-ItliiKit- t U'lldie. Mic. I)r Mays and 1 ever saw Why, you were always get- police judye of Lancaster, will bo tried ting up excursions, and yon were tho pa uie Lincoln chlldrdti, from Paint Kirk, are here circuit court next Mon lite of every party." day. treatment of Dr. liurdett for He pulled out a little whit! of smoko The negro, Zke Iteid, who shot the tlivlr yoH. P. P Cable, the ".shadow nnd nodded Ubc ncunieacenco 'I Wf ' 1 V7l little negro girl rame three weeks ago, cntelter," of Mntet-biu- f, Large stage, plenty or scenery, seats 500. aa in town " Wliat's the matter?" she ashed Engagements with ' Mb if "Hi Hike wuok. ThoinM .Mi MilUn, of line-TillHe took another pull at Ina uiur and wns arrested Tifsiluy. At theexuinmiiig good attractions solicited. ' I la vim ting relativea liens. John then said ti ial he was held over to circuit court in "liver mo a man try to oatcti a train?" tho sum of 100, which was furnished. '. 2ewlani!, w ho liu for Mimo time The little daughter of Mr. in tit employment of th fahort Line f "Why, yes." Mie tephed in surprise. 'Uvr sofe one nwh on the station plat- phiey, who got a burr in hor Jim Puni-is nillniad, is at home. II. N .Mitehull and throat, teeimMl almost form just as tho tram ICd Munlomery, who linvu been 111 a critical condition. V.V The burr was reguuo.' moved by a surgical operation performI have." for muw time, have returned. "Certainly. MM Din Yeakey returncHl from Paint Out a pretty lirvly movo 011 him, ed by Drs O'Neal and Cownn, but in&: Vino, Cincinnati, O. MRU. I'ltASK I.KHUU WII.DK. S. 32. Cor. flammation hits set in. Liek 'I'u iday, w here he was called to didn't ha'" rrat"d n hocksty wiiantton liecimw it wee Mitw Miittie, her awtor. who Imu had "Why, yes; b mn th sntire length of William C. De Witt.'said in a speech Book-keepin-g, Short-Han- d, Type-Writi- ng, was uiicpecUd unci unconventional. the platform as fa.t as Im could. But, at the democratic convention. Saratoga, couple attended th Sunday evening a wsvere nttaek of typhoid fever. Wo UiKirge" 'ili New York, that "the jackass when he MTi'Pof Ilv. Dr. Charlm V. Dennis, nt are kIh1 to my she is mueh letter at th b "CmiKlit tho train, did lie?" asked Business Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, got the lion's skin did not thereb.. betuo Church of the Strnnger. in New ,ptiut;. Mm. Nannie Albright, of Mt. George tmmodiatc-l- y Vernon, i visiting robtliu'S here-- . Penmanship and all Business Branches. come a lion. The bray and length of York city, and wrre married Mrs. "Yon; hujnat barely oatight it. He" after, "nt OdH) p. in., in the church tmr-lor- Huriixide, the music teacher from Mt Twelve Instructors. Up eniSHOon betray his i.ative character." "But he caught itT established 1862. Large unit flourishing. confidence of the Btislucs--with the times. Has 'J he best man was the little huIjincaster was honored by a visit I'lta thoroughly refor Unslness Pursuits. allied the tecurlmj employment. TheCommunity, "Of course he diiL But. (Soorgu, you'ro wan in town this week. Silas Vernon, In charge are in tlentaml ami are 7ir Ktudentu morist Miirlwdl P. Wilder, who luw from the distinguished author and historeasonable. Hoard can bo had In tho city at low figures. Day and Nllit BcsMoim. Do 15ur- - straying" mid udmirer of Joneti, of Corbin, hc'lierc having Dr. Ikii h grwtt frieml as promises. Investigation tollclted. bend for catalogue. C W McGEE, Principal. Did hp keoprbjht 011 mnning?" inter- rian, Thomas Marshall Green, on Tuesilett trimt Ida tye. Mr. K. C. Walton Alrn, Lwdfo.' rupted George. day last. Ho was here in the interest ti A littlo over 11 ir ngo a llcenw w with us thin week, looking after the "Certainly uot lis settled down in a wan in Ixiixion for the ituir- - nurirft. fi turn vrtiumfii- - ivniini !? heat and made himself as comtortable as the sale and distribution of his latest and the iinwitrte Ttirpin, of Orlando, ho Iirh I Mien vinit rln," of .Mr. possible, got a palm leaf fan, and five publication, "The Spanish Conspiracj ," MnniUH iIh luvlllo. mill 11 ini here, returned home, nccomiKuiiod miuutort later eeiiid iKirfeotlycontonted a work of interest to the people of Ken-- ! Wfonj-- to Miowd th.it Jiy , ,iauBhter, Mix. J. V Tute. and happy " tucky anil one showing g'eat' research they ImuI xoue bo-- , " it, t.11 Aug. 10. ""Wulir and excellent scholarship. Mr. Green -fore t lie rvjrUlrnr mid rteclnrwl Uwtrin ' Wall, what .r if" CHURCH AFFAIRS. belongs to a distinguished family and as , tentiai to marry. nl the Imly wa f' 'Do you exiMi't me to keop on a writer has achieved an enviable repu ' ywrs 1,1 1 d .wiraa "a widow, thirty-rigTIm 100th niiuicii-arof the Chicago Tribune. tittiou throughout the State and tne old " They did not wed, however, for of Presbyterianlsm wott of the cml-itabl re iritis twrfeotly MttlfacU)ry and Tlmt I'louorj- TliritliiKii". AUttghenies was celebrated at Union-towto the laily. Cabel Uennvai'd Dr. Tom Hood are A certain .voting tlteoloyue wont dowm y3HQaSHpPMHHMBR9MBHHHHH I'a , Tuesday. ftJjAxNAiaCWXAaAbJlJMJtwXrfaWaawQa3aM3 lhe bride wm Imru Mirimn inorena; from Pnnotun u Philadeltibia to BPndini:a few davs ilahinu in Iih num. A brouxe statue of John Wesloy is New Urleaitt, Follme, her birthplace He was one of tlioMf extmine yi i,t.rnmi rivi.r Miss Mary Spilumn has prOHoh and r IiIockI is creolo L'rfwch. Her to be orerted in Wntdiington as a monu- llowery writer, who dazlo rhetorically M, K , KnnairiJ mm. been xisUi early brilliancy in literatunt. lwr mar- ment to the m-on. Methodiot Icuiueii- - the tender hu s of the vounger members w nii.Uennle Moore, of Lower a'nd the elders of riage to the publiaber Lealie, and her ionl Council now in session tiiere. CaMorli cures Colic, Constipation, of the congi.-gHt.on- . "Cantorlots so well daptl to children that Dlarrlirea. J'"ard, were 111 town the first of the I recommend Itas superior toany prescription Sour btouiach, ghtsj bleop, Hiictatlon, hit death buaiueM oare-- r hervic Itev. It. II. Croflold, Vf llarroda-litir- v, the church were besieged to have him KUU Worms, and promoted dl- e are exceedingly nro familiar to Ainorirans. Tin proom, II. A. Arcikb, M. D known to me" longth consented, weeK snopping. peMion, will preach at Turneisville at 11 clown again They at Wltni out Injurious medication. a brother of Oscar Wlldo. is a manly lit So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, K. Y. but alas! they had forgotten his aanie. glad to see Mr. John Lear out again, nf-t- er and liaudKoiiiu untU'iiiiin of forty yuan, a M. and nt McKinuey at 7 I', m. on So they wrote to one ot the seminary a loug spell of fever. Mr. Robert Tns Centiuk Compajiv, 77 Murray Street, N. Y. a grailiiutu of Trinity college, nnblin, Sunday, Oct. 2"ith. The public cordially profcs-iors- . 'Please send us that Dunn ("Cub''), of Danville, passed up to Niying and n very promincmt ami MivcwAful invited. floweret stn- - unlet rivulet, few days ago. A. II. Ilice Huv. Charh'H A. Pariah, who preach- ninii to preach lor us tiext Sabbath. We Richmond a EnKlmli jniirnalitit. is in Cincinnati on business. s to retain tlio name ed Tne bride '.roioM-the belief that Adam was a black nave forgotten his name, our. wo nave Gov. J. Proctor Knott passed back Frank Letdio in bueinats man, earned a big impularitv by his the- no doubt on will bo able to recognize to I'banon Sunday from a visit to Pine-illeo- n ory, which he has sinco then connidora-hl- y htm.' PROMINENT BEFORE THE WAR. legtl business. He does not Ho was recognized He vaa sent Ho discounted by claimim: that tho waot thu chinch. Northern think that many radical chauges of the became pastor r termelon was the fotbiddon fruit. Dralli ut n Clooil Olil present organic law are necessary and is llinvrj Jl. Uilttcrooii. The African Methodist Conference, Christian Advocate tatiefied that the convention can comThat the (bmtli of a man hhould lw held at Midway, transferred Itev.K. Wil-sn- n Ilcrolo -- Dealers In- notlcwl in almost every paier in the plete its labors in 00 days." I.stkriok to Kichmond and pent I'ev. W. II. country with the Joi'KN.tL, Sept. ', ISM. It is hardly nectf statement that hu Crowdus to this iippointmeut. Mr. WilW. .1. tint Wll" ItiiBlUh Itr. I Iiollaclaw. of Jellerson- ' vHIii. Hi!., U umIhIiih' Ichv A. J. Pik in iiow Iltishiuifl ri- Stanford female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 1st, 1 m cr .'d ! ...... ..... cj ,..' ...,., to-dn- y p per-rdst- Walton's Opera House, WALTON BROS., Proprietors. vj :? nwuaa X'. ': - ta iJT ;m I f, I I leti nt.Mid-dlenlKir- o fj2Z5fcJ mi!ZUZ O C2ZM 'aJmemmxtz i 'lth Telegraphy, n. I J d Ilie 10 iwriywr w , thi run-ning- ht estab-hVhme- 2wt-tio- n. n, li-- for Infants and Children. d l.t-orp- e aftr .r FARRIS & HARDIN, - "X was "the father son has endeared himself greatly to his of Henry Wuttur-Ko- u congregation, who regiet to havchiiii a of the leave. Couriwr-.louriial- " In New York Sunday 1,S00 gathered ia cer- to negro baptized. The tiva n tainly a grunt preacher didn't weigh more than half as to oumitliinent t Henry, but it- much, but he handled his imiu dexter-iousl- y and did the job to the entire hittlunvoatlioiiupreiir '. isfuctiou of everybody, including the hlnnthattliefatlier nail 110 outer heavy weight. HON. II. M. WATTKIIbON. distinction. In It almost appears as thotichpi fatalitruth, Harvey Magfo Wattereon wan, in ty attends the president of I'othuny Colhl day, a very eminent man, cpiit as lege, W Va. Dr. Woolery died some eminent as hu mu a w la. ago of typhoid fever and now Ho wiis liurn in Ueilfonl county, Tenn., two yews Prof. J. M. Tribble, the newly elected Nov. 211, lbll, waa educated at college, Princeton, Ky.,and was president, was stricken down and diad pruininetit as editor, politician and mem-lie- r with the ame dieeiihc. leblnture from of the IYi.in-sie- o The Hurbourville News ia8 that In tht latter onr ho was Charley Iirallord, an old sinner, profess1RJ2 to 1S31) elected to conrc to siioctwd Jatnei K. ed religion at tho Woodbine meeting Polk, who had become governor, and in 1810, but declined a and lnd repaired with the converts to was third nomination. He was appointed the creek to be baptixed, when he esminlKterto nuno Ayitn by Ii evident pied Deputy Sherlll SkuiI in the crowd. Ah there were several indictmonts Tyler on the unsolicited recommendation of Andrew Jiickson, and filled the airaiimt Hrafford lie thought the deputy ga'at credit. Ho was subse- was after him, so he struck out with the quently president of the ittate benate, remark, "I can't bu baptised editor of tlio Nashville Union and and is perhaps on tho run yet. editor of tho Washington Union, which was thuorganof Prident Pierce. Colored Teachers. In 1S01 he was elected to the Tuuuuwceo Tho Colored Teachers' Association of convention as an unconditional Union man, and after tho war becanio editorial tho counties of Hoyle, Lincoln and Garrard met at the Christian cliurcli, Stancontributor to his eou'a paiwr. ford, Saturday and spent the day with It HceniB that Mnj. McKinley does not great pleasure. A great many of the know that tho merchants who import teachers could not got hero, but Rev. goods add to tho cost of them the Isaac Fisher, of Danville, took nn active amount of tho tax. Kvery dollar the part ami helped out nicely. Tho subjects of the papers were: importer advancoH to pay the tax he adds to the piico at wliich ho sells. If "What meansare necessary for the bettertho cost, for instance, of(steal rails, plus ment of Public Schools'.'" Miss Mollie tho duty, iimkcs a total higher than the Butcher and John K. Tice. "Tho relaVinerican price, no foreign rails aro tion of Teacher to Patron." Mra. Sopha shipped to America. The tariil'jiH, there- Craig and Mies Lona Tibba. "How to fore, clearly n tax. It is u tax collected gain tho attention of small pupils." Miss by tho government levied; on imported Alico V. Carr. "Uecpiisites of a successarticles, tvbled to t''o price uiulipnid by ful school," Miss Mottle Morgan and tho consumer. Or else it ii a tux which Miss A. II. Cooke. Poem, "Tho Teach excludes the foreign product, is added, er's profession," Miss Mattio Crow. "The evil arising from a constant change in whole or in part, according to the ot trade, to tho pricejof tho do- of schools," Prof. J. M. Data) and Miss mestic product, and goes not to tho gov- Pattio Turner. "Tho teacher's relation ernment, but to tho American manufac- to the profession," Mis3 Mary Kincaid turer or trust. Down withj tho robber and Miss Fannie Carr. "Tho development of tho faculty of expression," Miss tariff! Courier-JournIda Miles and W. I). Tardif. W. D.T.umir, Pres. Miss Alice V. Omui, Sec. LoiiIm-vill- m m z v - - Cum-iK'rl.ui- d essary to say that inasmuch as the'vork was not completed until April 11, li!)l, a period of over 7 inonthp, thu has uot succeeded Jn establishing n reputation as a prophet or the 6on of a prophet. Indeed, it is doubtful whether he is a first cousin or distantly related to , a prophet. It may be that he has some faint recollection of hnving read something of the sayings and doings of the prophets in his boyhood days. To say in this fie least of it, the instance has proven himself to be n false prophet, although he should be excused on the ground that his acquaintance with the business methods of his borera was at that time somewhat limit I co-l- a Staple andFancy G ro cer es, Hardware Queen- s- Glass - and Tinware. SEE Quit SZiEG &JXT LINE OF LAMPS. A FRESH CAR-LOA- D OF KANAWHA SALT The Old Reliable Jeweler za in the Lead. ed. po-twit- Young Mother (with cryDUtr"-eing baby tu railway carnage) Dear, don't know whatever to do with doar: this child' Kind and Thoughtful Bachelor (on the opposite sent) Shall open tho window lor you. madam 11 Carhno. I 1 to-da- Infoi million. They had been talking about Beethoven. "Vogner," Anuio Kooney and other musical celebrities, when she remarked. "Do you know 'Maggie Murphy's Homer " "Nol Is hheV ho replied, somewhat startled at the rapid change of subject Ex"1 didn't know sho was away." change. A Ciniipurlnoii. es The following incident occurred in a Medford hchool Graded School at Crab Orchard. A class in grammar was reciting, and Arnica Salvo Bucklen's otio of the younger boys was asked to At a regular tcim of the Lincoln County Court, for lhe beat salve compare "hick.r He began thoughtfully, soret, ulcers, salt in the world sores,cuts, bruisck held Sept. 14, t3tji, Hon. Wallace E. Yarnon, rhuum, finer applitetter, chapof jiresniing "Sick." paired while lii.s brain struggled ped hands, chilblains, corns and ail skin erup Judge, of a Graded In the matter Cr.ibthe Kreu School at Orctnnl, cation the problem then finished trium- lions and posimely cures pilis, or no payrequir. Kentucky, a petition having been received by tho with It is give the Lincoln County Court signed by phantly. "Sick, worse, dead." Ilarper'B cd. moneyguirantecd to l'rico perfect satisfaction, judge of citizens who are tax pajcrs and and re35 cents per box. eighteen rettimltd nr sale by A. K. Pcnnv, Staniord, Ky. Bazar. the propodl Graded Frr School Dlstrut, For side asking that a Graded Krce School District bees tabllshed, the boundary of which is to be a circ e Kniiiigli t" Millie II Im Crim. Now Try Thla extending ijj miles in every direction from the ou seem anSpattsfto hia grocer) H will cost you nothing and will surely do you intersection of the Lancaster, Stanford and Mt good if you have a cough, cold or any trouble with Vernon roads in Crab Orchard, gry, .Mr. Peck. chest or lungs Dr. Kins'. New DiscovN. Menefee, Sheriao It is am. Tho inspector of weights throat, Consuinpnon, Coughs and Colds it guar- Lincolnnow ordered that Jpoll at tho regular votlni, Peck ery for County, open a anteed to gisc relict or monej will be paid back place in Crab Orchard 011 the and measures has just been in. Suttcrcrs la Grippe fouud it just lhe thing "Ha, hal Iloiaughtyou giving fifteen and undirfrommo had a speedy aud perfect recovIts Octooor, 1891, Day aud ery. Try u sample bottle at our ounces to the pound, did I10V" jui I'cnii) wins " tri He said I'd been learn lor jourseu A K no kuuu urug siore, s.Large for the purpose of Hiking the sense of the lega "Worse than that al bottles tree ai ree bcliooi white voters in said proposed l.rmled tor not tliey slie 30 cents and $1. giving seventeen." New York Sun. District upon thu proposition whether 111 1 The controller of the currency's report will show that from October 1, 1VJW Has the largest and to September :0, 1S!)I, there were till lA'll I'll HiltllQ1,TCI1 fakVV A IHf MOST COMPLETE STOCK national banks organized, with n total 100,000. Of tho banks or capital of OF ganized seven were in Kentucky and their total capital amounted to $(15,000 1ist year the total number of national ". TJiVT',VvP' aVR7fL .C 'fl cvcr sllown in otaniord at prices banks orgnized was 1507, with a capital as low as tllc lowest. of $:K,250,000. This shows a big falling watch-maker- s in the State, olTnnd would seem to indicate that the Remember that I have one of the best national banking system is losing who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to ground. send joh to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old In his various appointments !ov. Campbell, of Ohio, has a way of asking gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solicA. R. PENNY. overy man in his audience, who lias had ited and I guarantee satisfaction. o his wages increased by reason of the of the McKinley bill, to stand up, and nobody has stood up yet. 1). II . Black, county clerk of Knox, died Tuesday. old sores, skin A. R. Penny & ?-- M. W'alclies and Jewelry &$ ncw7 "(SiSi pas-sag- ITotios of Eleotion mi' diseases, Cures cuts, brumes, corns, bunions, piles, fistula, icratches, halter and bruises. Wherever It has burns, dew poison been uied it lias given wonderful satisfaction and its propensity for removing soreness is remarkable. Numerous testimonials will be secured and will appear in this space at a later date. Made nd sold by ir J. B.IIIOOINS, Stanford, Ky. 9t-- nu mi, MtwAtOAICYSC-IICACCnbT- ifliimifflnima iaUMmH!M'M -- 0) CUISVUtt I7th of ..TO. (DjBCICOA'G'D, Specimen Caaoa Hum t h iMNilon. New Caisell. Wis S "Ethel has always said that 6he be- with H Clifford, and rheumatism, Iiim, was troubled stomach at neuralgia with a mission to disordered, his liver wsis allot ted 10 an alarming lieved she was born degrrc, appetite fell a ay and lie was terribly reroform homethiiig. aud it appears sho duced in llesh and strength, lltree buttles of was right" Klectric Hitters cured him Wiion naby was sick, wo gaio her Castoria. Kdward Shepherd, liarri.burg. III , had a runOwing to tho sickness of three justi"Indeed?' Castoria. ning snre on his legol eight years' standing, lied When lie as a Child, sho cried for including Chief Justico Fuller, tho baa married a minister's three bcttles of KlcLtru Hitters and setcn boxes ces, "Yes, she of llucklen's Arnica Sale and his leg is sound When the becamo Jliss, shis clnug to Castoria. U. S. Supremo Court has postponed tho eon." New York Press. and well. John Speaker, Catawba, OhioL had ChlMren, sho cvo "" Castorla-When she had five large feer sores on his leg, electors said he Hearing Sea and McKinley One bottle Electric Hitters and --The Odd Fellows will meet next was Incurable. act cases until the -- d Monday in Novonelox llucklen's Arnica bah e cured him entirely. Sold at A. K, IVuii)'s drugstore. year Covington. ember. al. anti-lotter- And . . will vote an annual lis. not execdmg sixt cents on one hundred dollars" worth of P'"i'J)rI,'el"; ALL edin said nropo.l Ine School tax POINTS' to said whte persons nnd a poll whitanot maleiperson , per capita i.n raeh And two dollars said proposed over ai years of age resid.ng hi the the purpose o Graded Free School Dumtt, and m.uualningni ,; buildin, erwtinga suitableSchool in said proposed Graded good Graded i ree Pullman Vestibulwl lluffet Sleepers and Pullthe pawnent ofprln- KreoSehrol Distritt,'r for man Bufltt Chair Cars on all tram through to ' utn "?" J.v' oli cipal and interest n change. Hoard ot four thousand dollars, 4.ooo) as School Dis-tri- Chicago without HU and gel the best for tho least' Go via Grad.it Trustees of propoiedsell under tree provisions oi money. the Alonon For information address the may issue and IAS. UARKER, G. I' A., Chiesgo. .k, Ari for the purposes aforesaid. W G. CRUSH, D. P. A . Loumllle. A ah. ,ty GEO. U. COOPER. Clerk. GEO J, WEAKEX, D. C. ""IB fr tWT N(Q)HTM YJliiaTa , ct op.. ) .l- -- . rfe. As rfj. . ! rVl 1 ""Kj ' - tQ? ' 1J"' r " 5.if V , TiW , 'tMf.ff-- ". .7 " ft Tho steamship Rome, with a crew of FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. went down -- E. T. Pmums sol7ftoW A. Cofley a the constitutional convention, not only otr Newfoundland nnd all were )ot. of hogs at $4.10. Mr. (icorgo W. Morris, of Louisville, drew mileage for two round-trip?- , Stanford, Ky , Ootoijer 1(5, 1S91 E. P. Owsley sold to W. A. Coffey Grand Treasurer of the but the $23 allowed each member for was . ISO hogs averaging pounds at 4 cts. stationery, and adds that this delegate, Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows, at Forestus Reid bought 33 mule colts He has held the ollico for 35 con too, it should be borne in mind, was W. F. of various parties'at an average of $15.. holding two ollices at the same time; secutive years. was drawing a salary of $3,000 a year as John Hooy, of Now York, president 50. When we fought tho adoption of the governor and a salary of 53 a day as con- of tho Adams Expres Company, was deDr. J. G. Carpenter sold to tarns it new constitution it was not because stitutional delegate; was furnished a posed by the board of directors for mal- Hardin a 2year-olAlderney cow for there wore no xood thines in it, as wo bju.se to live in and did not have to feasance in office. He was a party to a Enid at the time, but because tho bad, as travel a mile to get to his post. J. II. Swope bought of Johnson, of That deal by which the company was swin Shoos, we were convinced, overbalanced the the governor was enti'led to the amount died out of upward of $700,000. Boyle, 20 head of cattle at 3 good. Amonv the latter is the sections there is perhaps no doubt, but under tho Caps, The sale ol property of Judge W. S. cont.s. relating to courts. The system has been circumstance., it was rather a smaller Pryor, of New Castle, realized 33.0.50.l Millions of bushels of wheat have, considerably simplified and improved. thing than we thought him capable of for the benefit of his creditor?. Judge been destroyed by wot weather in Min- Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine No. 9. After the expiration of thoir uresent doing. Agent for Hrodhcad Flour. Dellaven, for an association of lawyer, nesota. terms there will be no more superior, Salic. 23 head of jack stork hi I in the home place of 10 noros for Highest market price paid for Feathers and Zgg9. Tin: law passed by tho legislature re- $ltl,300 and deeded it to Mrs. Pryor, so ready for service. J. K. Baughinun, common pleas or criminal courts. We will have only the court of appeals and quiring the counties to pay Si'O of the it cannot be sold for any debt of the fam- Huston ville. circuit courts.' Quarterly and county S73 allowed for tho support of pauper ily. W. S. Scott bought in Estill county Tho campaign in Kings county was 2S feeders, weight 1,150 pounds, at 31 to courts will continue, but there will bu idiots per annum, has not ns materially only one justice of the peace in each dis- decreased tho number as it whs expect- opened at Brooklyn Tuesday night by 31 cts. Winchester Dmior-mt- . Cleveland, who. nddrossed trict. The counties can have their fiscal ed to do. In 1S01) the number on the The Mt.Stoi ling Sontint! notes the affairs managed by the county judge nnd charge of the State was this year a large and enthusiastic audience on sales of 2 mountain owes at ?t each and justices, as is now done generally, or they it is 1,372. In thisljudicial district there State issufla and their relation to nation- 100 Southdown ewes at $7.30 each. ,( may have the county judge and three are 158 pauper idiots, Pulaski heading al afi'rtirs. Mr. Cleveland was heartily Morris A Brooks bought of Oliver v elected from the county at the list of counties with L'l); Rockcastle applauded, and greeted with "three Shields, of Anderson county, 31 commissions, and Russell coming next with 2(5 each cheers for our next President." large. steers at 3 eta. Glasgow TitncH. and Casey and Wnyno with 23 and 23 Melbourne, the Australian "rainFor. Salr.' Seveial thoroughbred Dn. Kkklkv, of Dvvight, 111., has dis respectively. Lincoln is close up with maker," has signed a contract to proBlack Berkshire pigs, both sexes, 0 weeks nula Receiving His covered a certain cure, as he and them too, the more's tho pity. duce crop rains in Northwestern Kansas old, at $3 to ? I apiece. J. Blaiu, Stanford. merous patients allege, for drunkenness. during June, July and August, 1S1)2. He pum and reducDr. Sparks won Little Rctii (Jlevklanh was not ex- is to be paid 10 cents for every acre sup- ed Ida record to 2:17 the Lexington. In It is Raid to be very simple, lie doesn't nt limit the liberty of hiH patients by any actly born with a gold spoon in her plied. Northwestern Kansas would evianother race Bonnie Wiimoro trotted Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give uiin a call. iron chain of regulations, but merely re- month, but the Clover Club has put one dently be a good tlold for tho bunco anil 5h. (i. Leslie Carter says that Mr. Root quires that his medicine shall bo taken iu it already. It is in the shape of a green goods industries. clover, with elegant filigree at regular intervals. As Dr. Mines deFyf "i- Kv:n J. J. Rusk, of Danville, was elected liad nothing to do with that 110 pound uumml i scribes it. he administers to each new work and is made of solid beaten gold. grand chief templar of the Keutucky pumpkin. Ho raisod it all bv hima hypodermic injection in the We hope the little miss will never need Grand Lodge of Good Templars, in ses- self. patient 81 a u a & i T. 1). Chosnut F.old to Geo. Wood IV upper left arm and gives him a bottle of to take paragoric or other medicine out sion this week at Iouisville. A resolud cattle at $30 a liend a bichloride of gold mixture, a dose of of it. tion to commit the members to tho pro- head of anil 25 200 pound hogs at 4 cts. Advo-M 3 m. b VI '1 51 which ia to be taken every two hours n rW canned much discussion The Supreme Court has declared "a hibition nartv while awake. It cures in two weeks was agreed that while tho order cite. nnd it Tho trotter Monbars, nt Lexington.! nnd takes away the desire for strong duty on imports is a tax paid by the con- advocated the principles of that party, it broke nil 2.year old trotting records by drink for all time. It is to be hoped sumer." McKinley says it is paid by would not make a political out of a going a mile in it inf. The lirst half w as , Elixir of thu foreign manufacturers of the good j . - .w .. . rk that this is no body. UyepFcn, the Ia$ But, as the Courier-Journ- al 7.TEAftf FoRrViCUMnion aptly re.Life or Koch's consumption cure humhangings done iu 1:07. Fort Smith, Ark., has more The directum of the Jessamine marks, Mclvinley's no judge. lime BAcrf prain; eTc. . . bug. than anv place in tho country. Nearly County Fair Compuny have decided t?WAXS) ME APPLICATION CUHtf to ' fl Wn are glad to note that Editor II. M. all the IT. S. prisoners sentenced to death give a two days' fall trotting meeting on J" r.iiiuiciNG records being the order of I?"' l?PEE9VK . , RICHARDOtUTAYiPRMEhrS. -. .fJW. McCurty is fast, improving. May he be are hung there, and the hanging is all S!fiff3-j-- : .rr-r-- ...- - -- . day and inspired by the performanf rt'mnv'VirT'r Mltr the . .. MlVNAa ...&. ...SJW.HTTfr. man, named Malladoti, ces of Dr. Sparks, Cheyenne and oth- spared many years yet to the profusion done by one The first day's sal of trotting hoi.sen about tvJJyear" of age. Ho hue broken by Woodard Shunklin at lxiuglon ers, Col. J. G. Craddock, bo we are in he elevates and adorns. 07 necks on the same scaffold and has actually marched formed by tho Lender, re'iliswl lij, Ho for 27 and tho Mcond NEWSY NOTES. swung oil' as many as d at one time. up to the counter of the Clarendon Hor2::,50 for 27. Malladon gets $2." for every man he tel at Lexington and threw down the J. M. Thomas' J. 8. Owsley, Sr., sold to Gentry, of warehouse hangs. Sometimes the hangman gets to money for dinner for himself and friend. at Paris burned, entailing n los3 of Boyle, fiS head of shipping cuttle at :tj "MODEL GROCERY" talking about the men tie Iisu executed This is the lirst money he was ever seen cents and 12 New York cattle at cts. child. like a All for Nov. delivery. to spend for such a purpose and tho hoThe census bureau says there are and cries There hnve been severe storms on will keep the coin as a historical 14,220,000 school children enrolled in the .Siinol knocked a half second oil Ii'b tel man the Atlantic and many smaller craft record at Stockton, Cal., doing a milo in relic. The story that Craddock paid for U.S. - I'mbria been lost. The Cunarde.2:10 flat. She will try again '.next Tucs-da- y anything bears the persuasive odor of ite The Columbia and the Mechanics' have was at tho mercy ot the waves for four own improbability and if tho Leader Trust Companies, of Louisville, have to eclipse Maud is. days and aeveral pisseug'T-- were injurCheese, were not such a reliable paper we would consolidated. The Cincinnati cattle market is qui ed. During the storm Mrs. C. P. Moor- et with choice shippers at 3 J, common give no credence to.it. Surely the old Three steamers that arrived at New man, of Louisville, died suddenly. The to fuir butchers 2 to 4J; hoga are weak man is getting "doty". York from Europe Monday brought Umbria reached New York two djy.s with best at l.'.H); sheep are steady at 2J Lamps, Gla- - and Quecnsware, Tin- - nnd ; in gold. Woodcmvnrc, Fruit Jars, overdue. The steamship Augusta Vic to o. lambs to . Tiik court of appeals has uilirined the Twenty men in fishing boats were was Jelly Glasses, &c. of the Green circuit court, washed out to sea at Rockawny Beach toria struck storm after storm anil judgment A Texas farmer, who has 400 acres damaged. The big steamer Alaska is which assessed a fine cf $900 against the by the;high waves and lost. p'anted with? 1,000 pecan trees, calcuII. J McKOIIKKTs much overdue and she doubtless met lates thnt in six or seven years", on w II !IM,(itSS L. oi X. for running a construction train the Watch out for counterfeit dimes, rough weath'T. basis of an average yield of a basket for in that county and repairing ita road ou bearing the date of 1S01. A largo numSunday. The fine was under the violation ber are said to be iu circulation. each tree, he will;get a net return of INVENTORS AND INVENTIONS. of the Sunday law, in which the court of for them. The trial at Somerset Ax inventor has applied for n patent appea's, while holding it valid, draws a resulted in a hung jury, after lasting a California is sending 1:50,000 gallons for an automatic child spanker. distinction between necessary and un- week and the jury being out 24 hours. of claret wine to I'.iris by way of New A letters Our Stock of- necessary work on that day. There is a It is rumored and generally believ- is a Dot.i. that writes of a on a slate York. Tho shipment is expected to rerecent invention machinist in turn iu French labeled bottled for tho great deal of unnecessary work done by ed in Louisville that Attilla Cox will Xuremhurg, Germany. railroads on Sunday nnd it is well run for Congress against Abher Caruth. Tub New Jurscy man who secured a delectation of Americans who do not enough to have the courts check it up, in Fire at Paris destroyed Beasley & patent on his idea of placing rubber on think that the' wines fed their own some degree at least. Shackleford's factory and a lot of tobac- the tips of pencils is baid to have real- country are quite suited to their refined Is now almost complete and wc will bunblv to show to the people of tastes. co stored in the building. Tho loss is ized WOO.000 from it. Lincoln county Tiik Louisville Truth says that Mr. complete a stock, we think, as has ever been Hallway, tho inventor of the cable Nancy Hanks was not in condition $25,000. "Will T. I'rice has been appointed manstreet-ca- r olTcrcd I.i. th- ;r system, states that the sight to enter the match race with Allerton at in The first convention of the Kenaging editor of the North American Reof six horses vainly endeavoring to draw Islington yesterday tucky Bankers Association will be held a car up steep ,but iu order not to V.K hill at Kan lYanoisco view, a position which brings him at disappoint the crowd Doble substituted Oct. 21 and 22,'at the new Board of Trade first suggested to him the foundation for onco into great influence and promiA. the stallion Delmarch, that holds the hall, Louisville. his invention. nence in the world of letters. Mr. Price race record ol any stallion. The A xi:w pattern of shoemaker' awl is Theldemocrats of Fayette coutitv is the author ot "Without Purse or understanding between tho parties is of Rev. George O, have nominated Edward Frazier tor encircled by a spiral spring. After a Script," the life sheriff and .lames C. Rogers for clerk of blow has been struck and the point at that should Delmiuch win he is to trot Jiarues. He is an exceedingly accomthe awl has pierced tho leather, the re- a match race week'nftcr next with Alplished writer and a singularly amiable the circuit court. action of the spring throws it out again lerton at Independence, Iowa, for i'",000. o A "law and order" club at PittsM and modest man. His friends in Kenand.saves considerable time nnd trouble. Delmarch lia.i a record of 2:1 1L He and burg will attempt to stop the publication tucky will be very glad to hear of so dis Nancy Hanks have the kuum race reof Sunday newspapers in that city, This ITEMS FOR FAIR READERS. tinguished a recognition of bis merits. cord. is getting entirely too good. Twi:xtv-tw- o newspapers Iu Kansas George and Jim Howard were killed aro edited by women. KoTwiTiisTANni.Mi the constitutional The engagement of John Kocher to Tin: of the city of Loudon MsKosenaTi Tsang, of Ottenlio'iu, is inhibition against counties voting aid to by a man named Cups iu Montgomery railroads, Montgomery county went county, when they went to his house for shows that there are now .10,410 women announced. The wedding day has not engaged iu tho city during tho day us been fixed. aiiead nnd on Monday last by a majori- the purpose of whipping him. IVarls oferent beautv and valim against 4l,17i In 1M1 V 0 are Still Sole nrrents Cnr tli,. nM .Mis. Catherine (itinn. widow of Lid. And Gent)' Furnishing Goods. ty of about 700 voted to subscribe $100,-00- 0 A Hl'00-- for measuring medicine, by reliable waterpi oof liVKLL HOOTS. to tho Kentucky Midland. The have been discoveredit is; claimed, in John Allen Gano, and mother of Goi . w,',c,'.n do! ca b administered with- president of the road, Win. Lindsay, great quantities, in shell, in the Cotton- - out spilling, has been iuvented by .Mrs. B. M. Gano, died at Dallas, Texas, aged . 8.'. Her husband was one of the foundEsq , ia confident that he can make the wood river, near Guthrie, Oklahoma. -- Grand Master Duncan reports that 1Iora.0 Godwin, of Boston. said.Stan-01- ers of the Christian Church. subscription stick and will make a test ..Womb.v. whito or black," members were added to the Odd Fid-- , ley, recently, "I regard as far above us. case of it before the courts. Mlled' Nervo and Liver Ptlla lows in Kentucky during the year, m.ik They are more humane, they are more Aitun ike liver, pronr ' with sympathy, they are more stum.ul! a new Cash Claj' says the constitution ing the membership iu the State 7,j0(). Old A new and liouelt through the uerr Dr oeJilv .nre liiliou-An explosion of two kegs of powder tamable to new ideas than. we cf the ducoicrv t:ute, .Mile' 1'iJI. pile., constipation as altered and amended is eonststutional lies, luil torpid In er, " L'ncujlrd for men, uonu'ii. ihllilrer and that settles it. Tho man who dares in a freight car in which some negro la- PP0 whPci (LATK A I.KXA.NUKK'h 1IOTKI., miMct, i irett (illy I'ose jZ iei t. Swnp'e. ' to dispute a question with him runs the borers were sleeping, nt Birmingham, at A K rose iroinu under risk of looking into a pistol muzzle. Old killed four and wounded several others. government to ono with a sixteen hundre- Tfli . The municipal election at Indianap d-dollar has demonstrated in times past Cash salary. She is tho oniv ; he will shoot. We believe he kill- olis resulted in tho choice of tho demo- womau ohief of division in the service that . S2.50 Dnv. i ed a negro on one occasion, under cir- cratic ticket, Mayor Sullivan being re- of tho government. J&&M , n Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-I louse cumstances which, while not altogether elected. The majorities range from yvjv'i army muw :t;."v. LOUISVILL12, KY. creditable, still showed that he would 300 to ;s,ooo. Tiik duke of Cambridge, commander The; Atlantic is Mill stormswept.the shoot. W. R. LOCAN.Manaeor. rifAVrfitufiC r A T T ... T , gile.s on the Knglish coast being tho se- - in chief of her majesty's army, is known J"1"-"- ! J' J' uuiv.ui, j. i .. Marshall,;cierks. PMirflHCJiOE IVu J l as "Umbrella George." Ss The Frankfort Capital scut out as a Vurftst for Ytnr.4.lMitf0i ilni.i...... ,i " Jk SJ7 jHCCBfJMrrl i !rtv$SBupplement this week the new constitu- ashore and inanv sen casualties . 1 STN. "ft ex-- L greatest number of ironclads, Italv, f7l;Triiiirt A . , tion, as altered and amended by the pected. .Many vessels in distress were liussin nnd Germanv ranltinv thiri convention. Whether it had the right afchti'd. fourt, !imi fifth respectively as mari- or not, most of the changes made by the The man arreted in Louisville for l'"10 powers, body aro for t e better and an suggested beating a hotel turns out to be A tiiial recently made in the German The above is a cut of Dicks Pat during the campaign by the opposition. J. Christian, the loild county diaries ariny ",,u"1-1- that !iiiciie! can be circuit hanemvn man ent Feed Cutter, the best cutter clerk, who recently obtained a judement ?ent1 !nm?. fpecfl!,i1Iy h?' Caiu.I8I.k still has a democratic post not ... i of for all purposes on the market. JSJ high speed, while the bicyclists master, but his commission is about to slander. Call and examine. J also have full speed. went at expire and all the republicans iu that Iu Owen county Dr. J. L. Massie, a scrambling for the Italv will return to her medieval the neck of the woods are wealthy physician, shot down Jesse practieo in tho launching of a hhip. ollice. It is said that Col. Bradley is Hanover, who was unarmed Jand wnlk-n- ,i Hereafter when her now ironclads wed backing II. B. Bryson, which if true, nlonj,' tho public road. A woman is the sea not champagne will be used at 1 tt settles the question in his favor. Statistics show that ono in roru has a said to bo at the bottom of an aflair that the ceremonial, but a gold ring hanging weak or diseased Heart. The first sympfrom the vessel's bow will bo dropped mgg And the toms are short breath, oppression, flutterGov. Kxorr and other lawyers agree led to the assassination. into the seu. ing, faint and hungry spells, pain in side, The celebrated .Mercer mineral wvll with Gov. lirownthat tho convict parole IlKiinAKTKn every soldier on active then smothing, swollen ankles, dropsy law ia unconstitutional and there will be at uowlinB Green has been purchased service in the Uritish army will lmvo a (and death,) for which Dr. Miles' New Gov. Brown by a stock company for 510,000 The ' cani attacne'l to Jlls clothing bearing Heart Cure is a marvelous remedy. Fino ao moroticket-o- f leave-me. '.... i.... his name, rank and regiment. This book ou Heart Disease, with wonderful can turn them out fast enough with his comnnnv will hem l,nl.-.,..Car of Kanawha Salt just received. plan is to identification in cures. FItrJK nt druggists, or address pardon prerogative; nt least as fast as ping tho witer. A sanitarium will bo case of deathfacilitatebattle Held. Hi. Miles' Medical Co.. Elkhart. Indiana. J on the It has erected tlno next spring. they ought to be. long been iu vogue in theU73s3rts. KcrialebyA K, I'enny, Stanford. ' Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Tin: Maysvillo Commonweal says that Gov. Buukner, the delegate from Hart to 43'and a cargo of 573 cattle, SS'-V-SO, JUST RECEIVED. I car-loa- d ! Maya-ville- WALTON. I FULL ST06K GENERAL MERCHANDISE i d Staple Dry Goods, Dress Goods and Ladies' Jackets; Jcu's and Boys' Clothing, Boots, Hats and Hardware and. Queens ware. '" W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. H.6.RUPLEY, U V lrivtHSBwi mrmmc m !MEl Uvw Spring!! Summer Goods Bra ?ri:g:aj3!aaiMWL!Lji.Li. I H four-leaf- ed l,0T0-poun- 1 I non-politic- lirown-Sequar- d F8B Mm OR BEAST r.l T ' ?Vr7v ...n i t Go four-stor- y to A. A. WARREN'S Meats, $23,-00- 0. ." For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and j Dried ,'lpples, Poaches and Prunes Bice, Pickles, Preserves and Jams; 'A 1 $o0,-0)- 0 Cope-Dooli- n NEW GOODS. -- FALL AND WINTER GOODS' 11 iYiei s and Boys' Suits Overcoats, and day-cens- nd Boys' Fine and Heavy Boots and Shoes, Misses and Children's School Shoes, Men' Men' and Hoys' Hats, Neckwear, i I ( 7 M'HOB3GHTS5& HIGGINTS. principle-regulati- ng , -' '..mo s.ie,,mui THE WIGLI Rates Per T -- 1 -- w& W(l)lE 1 mn fa - 1 . THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. I Tc i ?y.sJW.il (l 'Uicks ar" nt U -- AW. f fww iUlYdW ratent Feed Cutter Studebakei1 Wagon r - ' 1 Co,r,., ,r " HEART 01SEA nrr 1 OkXVEK n. FLOW, with Genuine Extras J". IB. x I FOSTER, : j- i Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal OcTOJIUt! 10, 181)1 DmiPKK.s cut nnd neatly miulu 1'hilipH', on Danville Ave. m at Mrs. KmiBMiicr. at Rowland you get the photograph at 7o cents Frank Cordier. ot j j Stankoud, Ky., Wantkii. A good farm come well iceotiimuiitleil. hnml; inimt J. K Ilntce. per dozen. 01 SI K.awAiTON, HUH.Munner MEAH3 lIoui.AND is looking up. Tlie author Hies are negotiating with .1. C. Florence for land on which to build a court loom BUSINESS. nnd jail. IlKsrline. of ncliqol shoes in the city rubber pehonl entchel given free with each pair of sIiocb Bold. Severance A good Kkokavino lionutiftilly nntl artistically onu at A. 11. Call Yorit account is now ready. JMuaso nnd aottle. A. II. 1'enny. Havk your watch, clock and jewolry & Son. repaired at A. It. Penny's. All work "Lirri.xTiiiuu, or the Koinp Heir-,- " warranted. Ukmkmiikii tliatoll hUvenvare. watclifH, by Mlim May Smith KobbiiM and ringH, Ac, bought nt A. H. Penny's will an oxcollent company, at Walton'n Opebo engraved free of chaw. ra Houttc, OrL Penny's. Tin: Kentucky Building and Loan Association of Louisville has opened up n branch business here. Mr. W. II. Miller has been chosen president, A. A. Warren secrutnry ami treasurer and J. S. Owsley, Jr., attorney. About L'OO shares of stock have already been taken. court-houso PERSONAL POIMTS. U in Cincinna- Mu. V. 11. MrltmmttT ti on hueinegs Mu. Matt Wooimv, of Middlesboro. cniuti down yesterday. Miss Hiioim Li'sAmim icturnod from Missouri yeMerdav. CiiAiu.iJH Kistai i; Kini-aiii- , the Innur-r.no- i: niiiii. is in town. Coi.. T. M. (Jhkkx, of Maysville, made us n Hying call Tuesday. Mips "ki ha JIai'uhmak, of Jloylu, is veiling the Misses Hanghinnn. . Mu. J. T. Gakho.v, of Cincinnati, spent Kuvernl days with his home folks. Mhs. Sam Hoi.mis, of Crab Orchard, has been viMting Mrs. W. F. Hiimscy. Mn. A. W. MoNruoMiiiiY and family linvo moved to Vox, Whitley county. Pi;. It. C MoituN is at llustonviilo this week practicing his profession. Mil. and MiK J Iluvwtv, of Pjtrif, are visitliii! Mr ami Mrs. Max MainH. Mms.'Mi'kimiy and Mrs. .John S. Hughes have returned from ltock Castle Springs. Misttiw lJfcrxiu Hum and Clara Urkov nrtj vWting Miss Kwlu Ittehards, at Jnnction City. Mr. ami Mhs. M. K. Kikin and ohll-dro- n went over to Lexington Tuesday to - vblt ntlnUvon- MlwniioiHiiA Howawi, of MMdloibn Pe-ma- ro, has uutrietilated at tho Stanford College. lt) II. Pajsk, of Uoston, is bore again and we don't lihuim him. Tile is irresistible. was on n visit here Mu. li. W. Crai-khit- - located in Iotitpvillu this week. He nt l.OJI K. Washington street. Miw. Thomas ' itrww, of Ml." Sterling, and Mrs. .Suiuiel Lackey, of Richmond, were the guests of Mrs. John J. Mcltob-erts- . M. 0. t Ji'XB Hull), of the bmgview, Ala, y, LNV. Zr H Lime Works, but formerly a was with friends hero this week. Missus. A. C. Sink anil. I. A. Carpenter returned yesterday from tho tiriwnl Lodge meeting of the I. O. O. V. at Maysville. Mu. and Miw. W. M. Hooi.ii, of Chirks-vilhTenn., passed through to Uncus-te- r Wi'duodav to visit Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Wkorrilt. Tiik directors of thoMiddloshoroTown Mils. sii Mas. Uwoiiuk "W. Tiuhiii.k yesterday from a several iIuvh' Co., nt a meeting held in London, Hug., returned visit to Miildlesboro. They worn de- Momlay, agreed to furnish an additional C'MO.OOO to lluish the industries there, lighted with the place. Dr. A. S. and ',to gpush the development. Tliis Mhs-kM. S. Bahiiiman, Price, W. II. Wunron, L M. Bruce, J. It. means the completion of the waterFairisand Uobert Feiuel are attending works, costing $".10,000, and the immediate erection of the South Boston Iron the Lexington trots. (i. L. Works, the Daves Charcoal Furnace and J. F. BitfCK, Joseph WH"ey, Penny, Chris (entry and Jcmo Itont the finishing of the Overbeck Brewery, sewerage system. were the only.'passengers from here on the new canal and the It further emphasizes the fact that the Lexington yesterday. the special to Knglish investors have no idea of selling Mu. M. F. Ilu.Kr who now runs into their property to Vanderbilt, Col. Brice C. was here Xew Orleans on tho Q. whn-inames ha ve this week mingling with old friend who or the many others recently been mentioned, as probable looking so well. were glad to see him .". mirchnsors. Vu.i. N. Ciia..vijh9 received appoint-ine. f.-htall'of Dr. I). W. on li cents .db'VliTrein and the .10 Tiik Yandell, the eminent professor of mirge-r- cents poll tax the cotiji of claims of this and clinical surgery, in the Medical oiuity will ask tho legislature to auUniversity of Louisville. thorize, isj entirely for road purposes Mu. .1. C. Fi.oiii'vck, master of trains The present system of working roads C. O & L., with headipiarters amount almost to nothing, as those who on tho nt Cumberland (iap, is here on business. atisworthe calls'to work do but little ii.. o,iatiin(.Hiire lookiui! uinit Mlddlei:- - more than put in time and thoge who fail horo and everybody is hnppv t the to respond aro rarely without an excuse jirospi'Otfl of a revival of business. sutlicient to prevent the imposition of a line. The intention is to raise by taxCITY AND VICINITY. ation money to hire hands to work tho of salt just received. roads ut a fair price per day for a fair d Fiiksii day's labor and havo an overseer to see 15. K. it W. H. Wearen. that those whojwork.earn their money. New hMi". handsome and cheap, at It is thought that the system will imA. A. Warren's Model Urocerv. prove the roads and at tho same time not increase taxation, which wo are told Kkk my lino of heating stoves, coal will not exceed the regular .'() cents on vases and hods befote buying. J. B. the ?100. Foster. Tin: court of appeals has luversed tho A nov with sotnu knowlmlw of the decision of the. Bell circuitV'ourt in the jirinting business can get a good job by case of .Sam Clay, Jr., vs. Ciibson. Sevapplication at this ntlW. eral yeara ago Mr. Clay secured an op(ioona Eold on 'Mt Hays to prompt pay- tion ou liibson's 1,.100 acres ofjland near ing customers. F.gga bought at 15 wnta l'inevilloatSl an acre. When the time came for payment Mr. jOibson was not ado.enat . Martin's, Mnvwood. disposed to stand up to his bargain and 0. will hhII' cheap excursion Tin 'i ho absented himself from home in order tickets to Dallii, Texas, Oct. .'O, 21 and to prevent a tunder of the money. He :K). s and to Birinlnglm'n Oct. lit and was, howevor, nusllyirun down in Viryour eggs to .1. S. .lonos this ginia and tho purchase price of his laud Taki: (iish tendered him in gold.? jllu refused to ac week and got 15 cents per dozen, oppinito the roriinan cept it and a suit was brought against Uargain Store, him to forcu thojexecution of the deed. '. 1 onse. ,,Tho court heldjthatjthejcontract was not Oi-buyer was In Cincinnati this week reciprocal and decided that the plaiutitl' bargains in dry and found some rare had no remedy. About IS months ago ami the hke, and by Mr. Clay told Col.;W. Ci. Welch, of goods, carpets this Monday next wo will have them open place, that if ho would look into the case Son. for your inspection. Severance and take it to tho higher couit ha would Saturday, the Kith givo him n good fee for it if ho won, Nkt Friday unit and 17th, I will have now hat, bonnet which, as stated above, ho has done. I will Tho decision means a good deal to the nnd toque fiames of all styles. hats, ribbons Cumberland Valley Lind Co., which also liavo n nice lino of felt is the principal boneficiary under the and fancy feathers ou exhibition for the decision. Mrs. Kato Duddemr. next twa days. Huston-villebot, 0 s. As Jailer titieppnd was taking Win. Bobinson, colored, from tho to the jail at Somerset, after his oonviu-tioof nnd sentence of five years, he broke loose and took to his heels, hut was eiptured a mile from town. This is Kobinson'a B'jcond sen J UMi it I). vViiahkm has tented thestore-rootence, his liret having been given him in adjoining Jo s. Jones' store and this county. will open at onre a line of fancy grocerMn. Chaiii.us Staiiii, the Philadelphia ies and conf'TtioiiHries. water works man, writes Mayor wu.r not have a full oHniug of milwill be hero within tho linery, but will keep on hand a full line next 10 days to see about building tho of trimmed good at all times. Ladies water works. We hopy our readers will are cordially invited to cull and examine. not allow this announcement to unduly Miw Aiiuiit Wniy. excite them. It has been made before. Mr. Starr gets hero it will be time Tin: doeil of the Kniitiiekv Central to When enough to bring out the brans baud. the I. A X. is just being recorded here and will occupy about '2! pages. The Miss Liivik Bcai.hv has now on exconsideration is $10 in hand paid and the hibition the most complete stock of milmortgage. It hoars date of Sept. '2'2, linery ever brought to Stanford and she 1SI. isubloto guarantee satisfaction to the most fastidious. The goods are of the Wk have had no rain yet, but the latest ''esigus, the trimming is faultless f.iriueis are putting in wheat right along and evprj thing is designed to please. A and will materially increase the acreage. call nt her parlors on Main street will The first sown is up and looks well. convince you that you do not have to Corn cutting is progressing fairly ami for anything in her line. while the farmers tell us tho ears are seek further Prices very reasonable. not so larue as usual and the shuck thicker, there is yet an unusually abunA mono the 11 suits for divorce to be dant crop. tried at the approaching court is that of Mm. Henrietta Dawson ngninst B. F. Tin: people of Middlesburo, who had In her petition she charges well nigh given up all fuith in tho future Dawson. haueaud inhuman treatment, causing her of tho town, Are all full of hopeful ieel her mother, that he iugs again snd are confident that the to take refuse with is a drunkard a gambler and is wasting city will boom more than ever. Mr. F.. his moMiis b that he is unable to proF. Powers will succeed Mr. Arthur as vide for her. Mrs. Dawson was MibB president and he Mill arrive from LonFerrull and still tetniua much of the about Xov. 1. don with that buauty for which in her young woman(J. B. CVkm'bk, county clt'i k, has tiled hood she was remarkable. Arthur Wallin by the sues his wife Kmma for a divorce, allegwith us the list of claims allow court Ih1 week, which would have ap- ing abandonment. Tho other suits are peared this inane hut for u shortness of by persons fof Ieser note and negroes. force. The claims foot up SIO.CHIS IM, Tin: people of Crab Orchard will be less than last year, but still nearly to say whether they allied on too much. Pularki county's is no greatwill vote a tax to support a Graded Free er, nlt'iough the county is nearly double in their midst, and it is hoped as large and has 10,IN or more popula- School tliPt they will respond with a vigorous tion than Lincoln. Besides tho incalculable alllrmative. Fiiik. The residence of Ureenberry good that tho youth will derive, money Bright near Hubble, occupied by him voted the school will prove a good vestment, as nothing tends more and John W. Bright and family, caught lire from a bad chimney at an early hour to increase the value of property in and Wednesday morning and was booh in around a town than a good school. Peo ashes. But little of the furniture was ple with children will seek to locate sjved, so the loss may be considered en there and houses and land will be in detire. The house was a two story frame mand. The citizens can well nilbrd to nnd can probably bo replaced for tho$l,-50- vote the tax, looking at the question insurance onil. The furniture Ac fr m every point of view. was insured for Ji'.'iO. u houMo-hrcakiu- g :. You can buy Dry Goods, Clo thing1, Hats, Shoes, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Trunks, "Vali- ses and in fact Everything yon want, at the 'L&'r: v, a. Vmide-veerthat- LOUISVILLE GIVEN AWAYi'--To w 1 Cheaper and Better than any- where. w eaclmtstomev who buys $20's worth of $00 els from us one Fine Rocking Chair Ii is not necessary to buy ail these goods at the same time. Gome in and 'get your booh and we will Jieep account of your purchases. eggs til Bought at the highest marhet vrice. A. j&.2tjd :f:ela.t:e3::e:r,s MANES AND GAIJRiEL, Managers. Main Street, Stanford, Ky, THE t LOUISVILLE STORE VRMNSKV, Proprietor. mwiAJbi AND m wjs&mm se h t.Sz.2 , '"3 ji, ,,, 1 V STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. and Portable. All Stationary, Semi-Portable d power. Unequalcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. sizes up to 26-hor- x:t? Write for Free Illustrated I'amplets ami your ants to B.iB?i. mA a&feRKl THE JAMES LEFFEL & CO., VKW YORK Ci'l V SPRINGKIIID. OHIO & court house and the records. Ho is be- pecu-niaryj- in lieved to be a defaulter. Carothers it Bro., dealers iu dry goods at Bardstown, have failed for Their assets more than cover the liabilities. $00,-000. w m cROBERTS, Supplies, NKV7 ADVKnTI-SEME.VT.-- l. DRUGGIST .3STI J3SWjSX.EH, Complete Line of School Books, School MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. t nt cal y K-- , car-loa- -- T- 1 1 - Rockcastle has the best water inthu mountains. vrr. W. M. Hicks is in from Middles-horo- . An J (.losing Mmiday.Oct sttU. Miss Killie I'ayne, of Crab (Diehard, isjvisiting the family of Mr. Jus. FlVt OR MORE RACKS EACH DAY. Races omn.cmp promptly at io'iWU. No tot Houk. r It til need ratt-- t on all railroad. cars In stun J. Klecant new ttatiiln K. B. Smith, as special commissionj K ROIilNSON.l'resi.lcnt. M er, has been belling a general stock of merchandise and a saw mill and fixtures at Livingston during tho week. MRS. MTIIEVIS. W. K. Smith, supervisor, was knock PURCHASING AGENT, ed from a mnviiitr train near St. Mary's by a plank that was being unloaded and Chicago, : : : : Illinois. seriously injured, Monday. On TuesWtntworlh Ao. 7 Plymouth l'Licn or s54 day M. L. Smith, supervisor on the Cininiisiaii per cent Remit bv South division, had something like ver Order, Postal Note, New York Kxthange or by K.prc. Opportuniliuk lor ti.irams in all unv tigo, falling on some cinderp, seriously ct goods uiikurpattcd, 63 3m in several places. cutting his face We have prophecied so often about TO TAX-PAYERthe future of our county that it has probably become somewhat monotonous to your readers, but will repeat that the Itcravmlivr that the new Keenue Law impose not paid ot prospects are growing brighter. The va- a nenaltvfirst six per fcent on all tMTlitrtlore, for day November the who. h.ivn net nil minerals, of which there are ijuite the rious already icttled, or one of my deputies will a numoer aim in vasi iiuuiumee, mieiy the month ol October meet 5011 at tho followdiscovered, are receiving tho attention ing njiiiol place! Crab Orchard, Saturday, October 17II1 nnd Satand being investigated by parties who urday, H. Waynevlnirg, Friday, Oct. ,d and Friday, 30th. are satisfied that the future will develop Highland Thursday, Octobvr aolh. kinswlle, Saturday, October Jth. surprises in the mineral line. liiiitonvillr. Satuid.iyt, October 17th and it. Mr. G. W. Baker was down from McKmncy, I'ndayf, Octobt-- lMh and jotli. Milltt'Kctlllc. Saturday, October 4th. London Sunday. Mrs. Mollie Siiarpe Ml. Salem, Thnrda. October 19th. U Will lif at the Cimrt'lloiite every day. and daughter, accompanied by Mis,s Maj. N MKNEFF.K, for (Jrenada. Sheriff Lincoln County. ry Lawrence, left yesterday Miss., on their return to their home at San Angelo, Tex. Miss Georgia Miller PUBLIC SALE OF returned to Mt.Sterliug with her aunt, Miss Lucy O'Uear, where she will vir.it JACKS AND relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith, of Uarrurd, accompanied by Mrs. Ellen u ill !! on Jackson, of Sherman, Texas, were here during the early part of week to see rel- - Thursday, Oct. C2d, 1891, j r..t....u lu .Tii.lruAns f'lintli mnvi.d Vnttv hc.iil of Hmirl on Count v ra scl i. L lid " '. . ,.. . ... from this county .'U years since to lexac. .ni!rt, ... n,imonJ u.iie vwk i rm n:ie r lie -'- ,u In uii h .' tl e This is her second visit to Ktmtucky. I irn .in t - rn. heiit a m ir.i i.v Mr. and Mrs. Uobert Harbison, ot Parks son eti ki ks c w r villi, are spending a week with relatives ".4' here. Mr. M. r. lirmkiey, now witli a Cincinnati house, was with us Wedms-- i day. Mr. It. A. Welsh, for some tuno at t Big Stone (iap, is at home for a ? Hllisand wife with friends' Visit. Ur. visiting at Wildio. James Miller! are and Sally Denny, of Pino Hill, were marFRUIT and ORNAMENTAL ried at this place Wednesday. Several families from this and Pulaski comities will leave for tlio West next week. pom-menu in Fancy Stationery and Tadlets. RTTITITIlTa HACKS, Newest Styles I.KMNGTOX, The Best and Purest White Lead and Oils; : iSqx. FAIJL., Ready Mixed Paints and Neat's Carriage Paints; Commencing1 Monday, Oct. 19th, Largest and Handsomest Line of Sil- Kentucky Association verware, Watches, Clocks Klec-tn- FMSK to do all kinds, And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, day and night. c, I'ost-Ottic- e S. Si, W.H. WEAREN B. For Stoves Headquarters l'o-fo- re Heating Stoves. Cooking Stoves, Stoveware, Stovepipe. cniivrnii-nceo- f tax-pay- er 1 g r JENNETS. 1 XJ $mifk MBi S8msHm&i&&7& "f ;ML niitjn3 210BT. PENSEL, Uealerln. . tjF. fiiS5:- - ,r ism, clocks rn-mxt- , .1 1 i i , "-v,-;,, ' Wll l ' i't. nniiia All Worlc Warranted. 1 C w ftiTRcpairing neatly and promptly done. will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. SINK Fine Wittclics a Siecialty. (Stanford, Ky.) J. N.MKNF.FEE Ni&gseries OF ALL KINDS. BLUECRASS Stanford Lumber Yard, The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. I LI'MBEK, LATH, ' li DOORS, 1JLINKS, SHINGLES, SASIt, FLOORING, CEILING, SIDING, in There was u serious accident on the D. jfc O. railroad near Garrett, Intl., a fast train leavinp the track. Two were killed and several others were seriously injured. Auditor Lavelle is in jail at Washington, Ind., charged with being the principal in an attempt to burn the pass-ente- rs i Kit 1 r foiuul tn unit et ritlili ists. n I'slu'irkiuiuin,UHUul inn rux.k. i SMVLl. I'lUITS !PAltOU4. GrVl'E uiit-nw- 1 i s riptlve cataliiviCHOiiuiipllcutlon. Um. Wt imi no . H. F, KIIXENMEYER, LEXINGTON, KY. wm:& aitd slat a iwovssr carry a full stock of everything found fssitoil We AHD. FIRST - CXUS.SS XiXJMBEH your contract specifications before letting Examine our designs and or building. Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. "i.A. If Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Fr day nuggets itcom bill nye now reading and use I1" If k c will deliver tee each trornlng as follows whore we would least. expect it. caster, Stanford and the ntighborhnod. I will also bud on cats at n:ul rive rerun In North Cnrolina, well to do widow woman of advanced rib .Orchard, Ilrlck Under 50 Poundo l1 cent3, ovor Sf W YJ5AR, I T .A.mr .VNTCJffi at 75 cents hundred Civemochimv, where may uvv be legarded as a sum- thought. 1 give his story as he tells it himself, GO and under 100 1 , cent, over 36m mer resident, taxpayer and rellow citiIRIII Kill Lrnb Orchard. e charged."i not o paid S2 50 100 fs of a cent. Till I.ruilt til Soinu Kellldiin Ktuilltm-tlon- n zen, there is. in niue parts of the state, and it is not a stmsfttunial story, but a strong religious sentiment which must comes from a man who nivs that ho is .Mmi ToiicTirr Who Tain of I 3Tor convinced ti"W that Inn zeal took him K.C LOCAL TIME CARD. M. ELK IN & CO., llniii.l from tho be extiemely gnttifjing to a factional' too far Trliil tn Stiatrli At another tune he would be deity I tlo not know, of coute. how a Rowland at 7:60 a, returning limning; lln Mill l.lvrs. and take his meals in prayer is received at the Throne of 111010 coiim-vatirat 5:20 p. m Ky. Oop rHrht, ISM, lis Kiiirnr W. Nyr. In the .orporate limits o Rowland. Grace which is ticketed as coming Irom the hone He sys that he would not L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. again pi. ice himself where he would beOctober. Philadelphia the Reformed or llMublished or I DA KM". Rowland. ' come the topic of such a prayor Mail train going North it 39 pm is preeminently a city of homes. Tho tahllshed Church for the treat pair of steers South .....! 34pm domestic (ttnhty stands first of Co. in Henderson all with South, or tlw Hardshell Aquatic church county Express train " South 113a tn He contemplates doing reli" North looking northwest The committee on' THE SKELTON HOUSE, 147 ain the true Philadolphian. and other matOF STANFORD, KY . gious and possibly pastoral work in the Local Freight North Jjdiq ters are made secondary to pretty ' South. jiipm it Some- credentials must, be tmetiou busy some-- ! future, but will guard against awaking now fully organised and ready for bttunrss with The latter traina alto carry passengers. D.A TWADDLE, Proprietor, of whether how this gives us faith in tho Philadel- - times settling the rain prayed tor by the high church bhall a spirit of olTviiflivo prajer and will see The above is calculated on standard time. Solar phian and rospeot for Itim. Twenty Iw supplied Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. in the future that when "approaching the - time is about 30 minutes faster j ears ago Philadelphia had over COO quested by or the cessation of ruin re- throne of Grace ho will avoid jostling Snrplus, the low church, or whether! 10,000 at re'o.aMe rates. acrommodntior Open day and iiiRht. Sample room and ooA Ihery pood times with unlimited coinage shall tho- who are armed. SUCCKSSOIt toTIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL - im in Connection be given by request of the HANK Ol' 81ANPORD. A&-Ct'k- yc ing Church South or good ttinos with a ' (Nv. cloving t) with the sumo asset, and under NOTICK'tOllIK ..v restricted currency bo sent to the coim- im shmi sstaNagHHent. Hy prevMaat of Its chaiur, try in answer to tho requests of the Up-- , rt.pitors are at fjHy pnlxite4 as ai drpoiltotts Ih Nation! Uhuroh .North TRAVKLTtfG PU1JLIC. liable IU sbarhld.rbin bW Indmdualh ItaaVt, eczema, and sit other A man teacher, who is a pronounced to the lliry Writs III tlm 'ttiiitrry. pithe anion st I par tnrta at the matvalu Utetvof, hi of their to the EpixcotHithui and who Is zealous as all in addition blood A certain nutii in Lima is the fond ataoasit iHVteti in mik sharsu. It may a t i t hvr openerf In ronnecttoo with my Hotel, the should be in every walk of lilo, got into father of tour young Americans. Ht viiIk admiawtraUH, rutltj. As.., a. fulls as take an individual uimcuity a lew weeks ago not far from dolled to mote this mouth, but found In those who entrusted their hnl.mcst to us my cabin home Lie and the mother of that wkiU mnaKitiK th. LtsMfttat Nattena! Hank ol quarters could only lw Stanfonl, w w hr tndranr many thanVs and a young girl o! tho neighboring had secured by iaimtius without children. uu.t tby will onUanss t transact their b...,nMi talked the matter over and divided to He finally ivsoi ttad to strategy, and findA viithti. oHtHtng asastuarsniocfor prompt alien it VIi? outer the name of the girlas u appli- ing a house that suited him. called on tnn aaM.otsr twcnir ynnn ttapcrwntK m hnnhma and as libfnlacttMiwMisUau. . .r. r.... cant for memhersli'p in the Episcopal the agent "Have you any children?" relieve and cure MtltHit with sosinU nanknsf. church. Cut at that time :v revival inquired the Agent. "I have. ir. t hew A11.I ddcrllif seiuinf to the pul.lu Nr.nd dyspepsia, u mas. ton t, vrhi.lr- an.l tm.h blooded fcur broke out in the community, led by a are four out 11. tne cemetery.' "Oh, male my J J William.. Ml. Vernon Utk iiimic with tseiiiJty, ai.d man with limited Information but great that's too InmI. Well, you may J. M Hall. Jtaulord; hae the In tho lung power He wax a plnm man, with hotix-.A few da.t Mfter that tho diplo- Tho ; J . Ovnlty, tired (iim in a rail, an active boil on the hack of Ins neck. S J. Fsabry,l4Mttrd;! mat moved iu. The agent jajcd by, J' "His heart was good but his blood mid noticing several ohndron iu the A IIURNs. Maiia(.r t.KKIN, Proprietor. i U Lynn, Stnaawn' : was bad." in the Innguage of a tarheol yard, stopped and took the man to tank. A W. Curssaatar. Mtnatscevtlle; euro voii. AT SCHOOL acquaintance of mum J K Raojcatnan', MwtsHivillf ; "1 thought ou said your children The girl, however, was led wiv from were 111 ttie cemetery?" J r. Caaa, Stanford; bnilding associations hi prosperous opUiUauntteocli, Sunlord. Ky eration The custom, even then, of sell- the teachings of the Established church "So they wire. ir sent them there A. S. S. II. Shanks, I'toMdaal ing to people of binall means a lot and by the more naslonate nraver of tlm to fix tin our Lit tho ilnv iliu STANFORD, K . J R. Owslvy, Chitr home, to be paid for tn the shape of rent, revivai.xi. logeiner wun the vocirerous' house. " Lima (().) Oajlv Tunas. SURGEON DENTIST. W M rtrifhi, T.lUr song semce led by linn with tho aid of, was quite general ami successful EveryII, McRoberts' Office on Mam street, over W. J II H.vithiti in, Crnrntl )l. Krettr Drug Store, Stanford. thing is done here to foster the home. a little black walnut organ in which tho R. K. The fostering hand of Philadelphia has tremnlo had been pulled out so far that it could not be got back. Tho mother Is a Candidal.- lor Sbrtiff of I.iHrnln emmty, id- - 1 bis Intel, renovated and refurnUKwl, n steady job. winter and Hummer in ws rnarce 'so iuieni in condu. tried to show her how it would pain her jtit to tn a tiin ni tno iimorui natty. nut onl) muntain il luh teputatun, lut to R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. Tho food supply of this city is practi- to be saved in Iu us lone Itw ni filrnd Special ii nminuli-- I Newpoit Npws this informal and vocifercally unlimited. One can always buy f, ,,.,, pi ill y f , J) lions for (oatatettial tr.tvnlrra and no. toonta for xid Vrstili.li Trains to X. DENTIST. j ihedispkt) of sampir.. things here for eatiug purposes, and at ous mnnner. but she still attended the revival, obuuuing thereby much com- U a cantlidate for Philadelphia us Hrltr. Sublrtt Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, a reasonable price. The markets are A First-Clas- s Saloon upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Uas given for painless large, abundant and well supplied with fort and stoadv company to and from. tn thr ail ion of the ilemotrac) Httion Ios Baltimore. Now York, extracting. the mother became quite exercifedl almost everything from stewed terrapin And Itll I.IAKDand rOOt IIOOMS atlarhrd. All 101111. 1 l an,l S ulhrast STANFORD. KENTUCKY. over this matter and her housework to- inl iii uilit oit Irnm esmirten, Jt)!hPH COrFK i' i to pickled pemmicau Corr.ted lima drd in f fltit Mav it, itgt Cor The water supply is a source of great gether, and so calletl in the man teacher! Uluc-GniS- S local pride, and much of the good health and asked if he would not go with her ' JUiMt HouikI. HOUSE, I Mail loaves Loalngton datly at ? i hundte,! and t and of the community seems to be due to to uit mu.uii ami sew 11 ne ,,1,1 not " ot luiti.tiofl rr,0f 1H,j Und, In a hijh PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Wm. hosier S aj. Ml Ssorlio; I v. Olive lllif iu ,. F. U that. Physicians tell me that open wells Jiersyiade the young WOinail to lOtlini. A larsje. splendid uw burn. tw good tablnsand Ashland li I; pat, Catlottsburc it s4, arrivlac at STANFORD, KY. " "" kind honrt. ami n 1... u.,1 1.., '2r land Iws V miloa from IttMtottvilIc, K) Huntingdon i so should be looked upon with much sus- lie had 1 his iS I London, - - - Kentucky. pm,iinite.1 Kaorro pat Ixoncsno daily at ( tstavos Office In Odd Fellows' Ilmlding, up stairs picion, and I believe that to be true, woultl He went in while tho mother . V STAG!.. Win. ho.tor 7 o Ml hlcrlmo , jo, Olive Hill Office hours 7 to 8 a m , to 1 p m , 7 to 8 p. m - . Stanlord, Kt -waiting As he camo Ashlsnd in tn Catloltaburc 1041, arnvlne at Much poison is engendered 111 open wells remained out-id- e I have tnnvtd to my new Hotel and ant !sui prepurt d ttiau oatmodat the public Hiinlirtftnn at 11 ny BO) l" by the decay of insects alone, which fall in he saw that the young girl was on tho Ar..j.m,1i.on. daily, ascoo Sssnoay, loaies l.ocd I.itrrr snrSrd andettt) rootmaca d I in and are unable to get out again until mourners' lefich. but he had promised at ts knlry 10. Nit. srr-iiDR. W. B. sited lute me tall. s.iroiiaiiivlag pro, WlatHill ; it. her mother, and so he went to where sho at (Miv. at 10 pm KKANK KILEY. 77 decomposition has taken place. Other AcvummotUtJoa, dnily escsra Sao day, leav. to We oftVr lor sale privately 100 Acres of Land d animal life alo conceals itself 111 the stood All were singing. He . stioke ... lsistfctoa at msa, Wlncbtr it tn pm. Mi 1. , ... pm Uatly Innro Olive Illtl 6 4s ant' .i.. Mrlio bottom of the well. so that the old oaken mi numj .11111 ashen nor 10 reiUlll Wltll mil south el C O oti the .Sotnr-- t rtwd It hat Ashland 4s am. CMnHtaon.c g oj, atiivns Kant '"Office South side Main street, In office recently him and have some stylo about her. but dwelling and oc store house and nam. saatr.s ffHt'BJSSFn? tV Vv bucket, the mgt n j ijsm. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. bucket vacated by Dr. Lfit sTTruVX I in timber Oooil irihnrd and plenty ol water KTST Call on or address tei t Crab Orchard. Ky. that hanged 111 the well, is at times as she shook her head Willi ItlMllHl ,6 tm " Then the leader said, "Lot us pray." t aW UAiriN a coiti.iKK 8 la.i Mailloavoo HaMlaRton daily at no am. productive of injurious results as the f iilritslmrc , Ashlaad jy. OU.t- Hill .,, Ml His prayer consisted or a general attack M. CRAIG, wine cup 12 tnli. Ci ''. HtcnoaUr it t and arrtvea I.eon the man teacher, "the dovil that hail I remember that we had a school well ii.rt l 11 ., pm Homeopathio Physician, I im ird I Htti loavnt llunilntion daily at t near the gothic dugout in which I used come among 113 to steal away tho lambs ,, Ashlsnd pr (aiirt.il.uri; so, Olive Hi - - - KENTUCKY to read Horaco and Veritas, with my of the fold." etc. Tho prayer was no STANFORD, s , Mi -- titllnj t ja, WiHcbr.ttr standarrlvef at t mm at doubt actionable. Of course tho man A i"t(t to 3 p tn.; S to thoughts tar away tn the Greek and Ro10 to 12 a m.; Office Hours 230 A. nn.miMtiiHtn. ilslly iett Snttslay. leavps man suburbs and my little soiled toe m teacher should have had more sense than Oocd ltlu Crist land, near MllliJcriille, t rert 9 p. m. Ohtc Hill am Ml. SKillNsr n ,c. Wimhester - M and atnves vt l..iiatnn jt I nj am Office on Lancaster street, opposite to go in there and try to snatch a brand for m a rathole under my desk. Once tho tyiVjj I'miltge of secdinc this Fall A.jli A ni J.tt. daily fiavos llantiHi;tHi ate ,1. . l.j KOIIINSON, Ky. phoid fever broke out in our school and from the burning when it was really an- to pm t atletitkurKAj,, Ashlaml 7 in and arrises si llu.toHMile, 'j tf '"I " carried oiF enough of my class in Sallust other man's brand. When you fool with JFfYJ'11! 9 ' 'wi'-i- Hillsi I'""" W.,v,. ira... leave .11 I pm, InclHMtrr t 35 and arrive, a v?A S 1. so that was almost at the head I another man's brand out where 1 iiued t'sinK'al guess I would have been at the head of to live you suddenly find yourself feel' '" Veitibuled l.ipren rnns daily and Lot on Main Street in Stanford the class im0tK "IJol Pullman ettil.ulid llulfet Slrcpet between tas FA'S , if it had not occurred to tho ' ing around with j our feet for a Hour -lesingt.tn. Wa.hlnjion. New York and Containing V teacher to have the water analyzed and ban el which some rude hand has kicked si .lt''lr Coaitutl This trare It made pail ef the Onl I'int I Aires ili to felt tuivntely iny I arm n 14a (mi away. ( ihe idea ot kicking away a Hour elvliraitd trie situatnl crms easy. nirthot Stanford, iT TR WALTON, Stanford. the well cleaned out. JlfcaJLt "hand h Danville cue Will take pleasure in su owinz to They found at that time, as near as I barrel by means of tiio mdo V. F. V. any one wishing to pur.h.ise Apply to An Mil of lluntinctoa oh the C. A' f). Rnute rrrvn is t? or Improved,excellent Farm can recall the circumstance after so long Oriiniial With llie.l . c: J iiKiniir. mii Well, to make a long story short, an-- '. 48,M1 last Mail 1 ram. run daily rti.it,. Sunday beI J I UfY Li n finely Millpr Klot acres, oil a time, three movs covered buckets that tween I.runglon and HuHlmsttM. Make duett OnM.b pike, 3 miles from depot. other hymn followed and then a prayer hud disappeared many years before, a roanortion at Huntintttoa with C. A O , at Ash V H , at W lache.lrr with K C II land nh .OINHjY'. ne let l'.Mier Snop . the Com gallon of angleworms that had died in that left the Throne of Grace fully :r mcrciai IK mmndate la R Hotth and south Konad, and at Loainsttoti with ain ft areitj foimed regarding the recotd of tho man one N , L arms, A T P. Railroads venerable interest Ilawnu NATIONAL BANK ary another's English a language, adiction- teacher It inferred to him an the child partner, punatnl the nwwn of m 4 f.rmer diet . iu viell a nc Rrutli "i Ina)san)IMnir ' tny mas I. I runyton S and C . N. O.Accommodation daily and Chi l.l of the blackl tr r.u tall cept Sunday. Olive Hilt at Wiachrator to and is. ii.rrai wisl. .ir. patronno.k the people mk Ko.land "li me iny Connor Is JIS-.rlKIMI's.iN, to that low, harf.f the of of board eraser, an old Bay State shawl, Ot hell ami llllir from K C points and at liiactm. with L A N OF STANFORD, KY Ir ( rnn er u. II tei. ill continue the cath hutlr.e.s R K lor It mm u and vninltr. of Hilton niece of tirotwrtv out. nil a ladder, a tin dinner pail, a pair of yarn mill. trial.1,.,. .VMcPhatstia started nut hnh the firm . I.esinaiou and Ml Slnrllnr AccnmuH.iatloti. WOUld leel the Varnish oil to di, aal ikmk .n easilt prove way pr.ljt'1 will u mittens and a former teacher named " niiltili W rpt Sunday, and ntaim direct ti Itichitur l and from MiddlraUir 1 Stock-Surplan ordinary pulpit and scorch tho frintro fcwen.ial to botn my customers and myself. For Hon it r) Rider, who had disappeared the day outjS ami Hi. hntond. nnd at I.ialntton with I. S on the nltor cloth It was replete with & (VOntlFCKV ?TLiSZ lie was to come to our houso to Ity I.nulivllir luiid hand all goods in and r jr full inforinatmn in rrscrd t rates routes, board. Anil yet we lived as well at the seiisationtll llltormation and crisp -edi- - hasc onand all atnthertimes lumhor pt8nrlHm Alv snliieles lur u.lI.A.I tflOT.l! r.r.lo.i.u... Vc , afply tu uny agent of this r . mitf. ting lines I. 11. i.t I....1 vvurus 1.. .WW... cuiiiijicjii.. 111 ii.irti it "HLI.'K IrKASS JfOl'TJC." Attention of the public is invited to the fact time as moot of the neighbor did. it. HILTON, Stanford. Rowland, Kv. that this is tho only National Rank in Hank C I liRtlWN. NTIM.ION The manufactures of Philadelphia are it, and was highly flavoied with refer-- 1 s?- r Art, Tho Shortest and Quickest Route from "'ill IU ami Under the provisions of the National M encos to lull as a i.iilroad center and j7h7l7Ta.o7n.a7 P t, A , A. G Lnnhain depositors are secured not only by the capital ' very extensive, and said to be greater Contral Kentucky to all points North I etui., n Kv liability lor an stock, but bv the stockholders uiiiiiiiui iunu tor Kjpie who G W. HARM s lUKIttcnV, than in any other citv of the Union, ex Earn, Wont and South-WoKan amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of t. M . I rxwe n Ky 1 P , ,i,i n Ky toyed with brands wIiilIi others wore in Lino between LozliiRtou unit Cincin ihU Imiituiinn are secured bv a fund of $400,000. tending all the way along the scalo fropi tho act of snatching from tho burning. svvorn statements ofthecondilion of the bank ' ,i nati Five JEQ irnn bridge of commeice down to -- - VN -. ,,...- X J-$ THROUGH TRVINs CINCINNATI TO MID iu me n wifcvw Arc lUiiuc eiu The result was that in the buck jmrt inent and its assets are examined at stated tunes the unassuming a.x helve of the work-a- DLEMIOROUt.HandJLLI It agents, thus socurmc adilititonal day world. It is safe to nay that the of the sanctuary a feeling was created by government and perfen safety to depositors. to that extent that iu fifteen minutes This institution oriKinaily established as the city is oue of the most proserous in this the man teacher lied, followed hy a mob. Deposit hunk of Stanford in 185S, thco le&pect within tin borders of our trim one or two of whom he saw pulling their wed as theNatiwnal Hank ol Stinfordtu 1S65 nnd as the l'irst National Hank of little republic E San. ' Daily s s in again fJVF&Uin 'LEEiarKX Stanford in vAj, has had practically an umntcr- The exports of Philadelphia used to knives an they camo. The mother ran I.vc Cincinnati ... S 10 a m I no p m top 11 ruptedoxistemeuf - yiars It is better supplied double one way and the man teacher the other. 8 18 a in 8 ol P in 3 00 P m oveiy five years, but whether Eve Covington.. . i.nur uith tacilities iot transacting business prompt lit.- ft0-?!!y'jrRrf5.a m v p Eve Falmouth...... P ra ly nnd liberally than ever before in its long and this ratio has been maintained recently a m 10 tj i in o 10 p in 11 Arr Paris AIIL5 career Accounts of corporations, fiduhonorable not the data at hand for iibcer- have u 10 p m 11 00 p m "c P Arr Lexington. ciaries, firm, aud individuals respectfully solicBA1113EE &CASTLEM taining, and on the instructions for .." Lve Paris ited. xi aj a ml '' Su m Arr Winchester.. 12 10 p m, The Directory of this Hank is composed ot pushing the bMI button in my room do n 7 Sj Arr Richmond.... 35 l MANAGERS, T. J. Foster, of Stanford; not see any authority which will war-- 1 4 4$ P mi Arr Lancaster. Rcid, Lincoln count ; Vorestus Air Stanford. .. . 5 ao p m .jm... rant my ringing lor more data. Each 3 Commerce Building1, Louisville. Lve Richmond '35pm K(- i- l & J. W. llaydcn, St.tnfotd; J loom is suppoM'd to be supplied with all Arr Mvington.. J 'I P m( S. H llaughnun, Lincoln; Twenty miles the Shortest to Agvnts throughout the South. the data it ought to have at one time, I Lve Middleslioro 7 J5 P ml M. J. Miller, Ml. Vtrnon: ;:;:::.. presume, and if one wishes to use moro Lincoln; S. T. Harris, c nd. No. 4. No. ,. he must do it at his own risk and his X0.6 Making direct connections In Central Union dt- , J. S. Hocker. Stanford; Publlohod KvorV Tuesday and HE PAUSES AT PHILADELPHIA AND THROWS OFF A FEW REMARKS. rank tho edges thought I would very the tail anda aro faded at Ho is cerlike of red sotter it tainly a well meaning man, ami lives Sometimes wo find charity and o almost exclusively on thin gruel and n I toler-nnc1 LIME I will AND BRICK. nt $ dillver Lime .1 Cents a Hustiel In C Lan- ICE, ICE R Stanford, I ea-V- hn 11 EGI-R- I 11 11 Sale Train-leav- es e Twenlv KttUdill" JttK 11 Phii-adklpiii- Ke-es- j Farmers Bmk& Trust I Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. s For BciiSj, Flmploti carbuncles, scrofulous sores, diseases, ..... HI .r -l ami-comin- g j Ayer's Sarsap&riHa novous that fceiing. tle-irab- lo MTEHS FJi-Kt-Class HOUSE, IJvcry;tSl:iblc, 11 ru-- - 5 - Best Country.' Hao Cure. Others vil' PRICE, I I PORTMAN HOUSE, 1 I GENTRY JOSEPH COFFEY, Fro'r. 1 1 1 - 11 xiOLD 2SY. ,V S-OUT- 23 J. MEXEFEE, -- Washington, '' 1 Br. II. C.imncllcy, Farm Sale lf , 11 .i. '' lV sovrnty-fttth- one-ha- THE RILEY KILBV.-Proprletor, 1 1 ci- a-- i PENNY, $1,000 Cash.. -- er f-- t 1 i Dentist. 1111. I i 1 ' f DE. JOHN FOR KE3STT. ", r" t O - - 1 1 1 Farm of Acres, 4 I 11 4 court-hous- 39-'- r .11 FOIB SAILS 1 , 1 Good Farm For Sale. vJmMv' t fH I ' ite-- I 4Ji J-- I I.ou-WZ- oat n, 1 rent 111- FOE CASE 1 1 1 IlI 1 I 1 FIRST 1 1 I Capital us .$200,000 6,500 1 I 11 bo-fo- re TZo) ! - SK? 1 w.j ,... 1 nt hi-l- U.H t 1 - )i ROVAT U ' 1 , , j 1 j 1 aw, i Insupanee Company, OFLIVERPOOI.. ifT"t'"i Tmfm 1 I 1 1 ' iHEE iJlf no ! AN 'jial 11 1 J iffjy Ir . ' ' ' North-Ho- O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford; W.O. Welch, Stanford. W. P. Tate, Stanford. own expense. free-tor-all OFFICERS: J, S. Hocker, President; John'J. tji-i- yr McRoberts, Cashier; A. A McKuinej, Assistant Cashier .IF YOU ARK GOING. NORTH WEST, THE I LouisvlLLC a. NasHVULC R. R. 011, Is the line for as us Double Daily Trains Make close connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For nil points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. UAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any infbrmition enquire of F L. CLIFFORD, Agent, btanlord, Ky. Or w W PF.KS. Trav. Pass Asrent. Junction C ty, K v The Mathilda Adler Loeb Dispensary is a institution founded by Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Adler. There is also a Homo for Aged and Infirm Isra-- 1 elites, with a capacity or 100 inmates. 1 do not know why it should be so large. The information that thero is possibil- ity of tho tiino coming when thero will bo 100 Israelites in this country who can- not take care of themselves and loan money to others will come to many of my readers like a clap of thunder from a clear sky It is dedicated to tho relief of the sick nud wounded, "without regard to weed, color or nationality." That throws more light on tho subject. I did not visit it, but will bet a new pack of foxhound? against a two bushel bag of anise seed und a full cry that the institution is filled with colored people. No colored man is going to allow a nico new hospital to remain vacant so long as he can disembowel his foot with an ax aud then get nursed back to health again. Tho broad spirit of kindliness and generosity shown in the construction of theso and many other institutions iu Philadelphia is manifest ovorywheie, and to be called the City of Brotherly Love 13 an ambition which is laudable to a degree. 1 do not know what it is to be laudable to a degree, but tho expression occurs in a book which I am 11 1 Aft 'fy lCi W. A. TRIDBLE, Local STANFORD. KY. Ag-ont- l.ve Livingston. Arr Richmond... Lve Middletboro j ' j ' ' Lve Stanford Lve Lancaster Arr Richmond. ' , Washington, llaltimore, Lve Richmond, Philadelphia. Quickest time to Harrodtburg, I'ranlfott, Ky Arr Winchester. Richmond, VIRGINIA Arr Pans Shortest ind The Executors nl thomns M. LilUrd, deceased, Quickest line to will at his late residence, on Lve Lexiugton .. m Lve Paris m Lve Falmouth... , m Arr Covington... m So!ia T,r.i,!Il,i ba?caRt car. amokinfr cars and Arr Cincinnati . Co.chc. rtillman lioiuioir SIlnft'l Ihtminl. .....I. offer at public tale his fine Farm of 4 so Acres, '" On theMaysville Ilranch, No 10. leaves Partial out change via thattan oga, ifirmingham Merld l.iaicdiin the DanvilloA Sl.injurd turnpike, lour miles from Dansilli andr from Slanford This r $, am and No. 12, at 615, p m, arriving at un inak ng direct connecllonam route for Kno. firm ttiiikt be si en to he npprvcated, A lew salient Maytsilleat 10 10, a m, and 890, p m. No. o ville, Ashesille, I.ynchburgaiid points in the "iom. ra- & SI l points are trice- ist 1 ne laiul isricli anil pro Itaves Maysville at 3 ao a m, arriving at Paris ailI STa ., .n .,.. Vt.,a.,ll. n., . jy anu ductile,. is ihe crops now upon It prose, ad, It is 9 "ii fl , ,,w. ., 1.4u MET IIIM IN THE WOODS. splendidly fenced and watered, id. It has been arrises at Paris at 4 10, p m. These trains art At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming farmod judiciiiily for 30 sears by one of tin: best daily except Sunday. ton. Charlestnn. Aucusij. .vi aeon, Savannirt, He did UOt llaro rutlll ll to his hoarding faimera in t state and now it is free from all No l.dvljy to all points except Rowland Dlvis-iollrunswick, Lake City.Thomasville and FLORI Impedimenta which is daily except Sunday. thcriclifnt return. 4th place for tWO Weeks, and when ho did iV.-'1"- is It so iliorouclilv itunrosed No no cxDensc will runs dally from Lexington to Cincinnati. Tho only line running solid trains with choice lie was arrested for disturbing icligious bo reqiiir.il on it for oar. that 1 ho house ant 51I1, No, 2 runs daily I iillmnn jtoudcir or Palace Sleeping Cars to lack, $13,000 and Is a larKe. two story brick, rplclidldly No ; runs daily from all stations except the vmvllle worship. without built, with io 1001ns numerous closets and panRovtland Division, winch is daily except Sunday. gers or baggage change lor uny class of passenI saw him after he had boon in tho tries, large hall-- , bascmeut under whole house No 3 daily except Sunday. Selm. No 4 daily totweon Cincinnati and Lexington. Hortnce, und Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur. foro.it two or three weeks as a result of and goodnit hoii.es 6th, It Is only 4 inl.es by Memphis and Alt KANSAS points. pike to Dinville, the educational centre of Ken. No 4j Paris and Lexiiigtunccoiiiinodntioii daithis doctrinal difference," as ho called tucky 7th, 1'lie neighborhood and social stir ly Leaves LoxuiKton ioou a. tn Arrives S.iortt and quickest to Anniston, Selma, Mo- Tans "iiccl connections made at NEW it, lie was in need of repairs Ho told routidings are nowhere excelled Slli, It & as to a a in without omnibus transforfor Gulveiton good a and farm as No found his story with some feeling, and said iji'n. It hue horse as good fur grain can be annual nati s 810Falmouth Accommodation ; leaves Cincin- uousion, Austin, and p m Arrives Falmouth 703pm daily c.uall) that he did not wish to be regarded as a crops as fur stock and irroi. iuth, It has been except Sunday, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. ly In grass kept years Falmouth 6 No. dangerous man I do not think he was. acrps larg;. be sown in lor manythe day Ninety cinnati7 Leaves daily except uo a in. Arrivca Cin- The only through line to Jackvon and Vicksburg, will Similar wheat by 7 55 a in ofaalr; Mis, , Shruvcport La., making direct He meant well, I am sure, but he said ho the balatico of the farm is in ;raw, except 40 acres No. t and 6 make connections i Winchester for without omnibus transfer for Dallas connections Fort Worth ' fore points on the N. N. A M V R"y, R. D. never had to sit by before and listen to reserved of salerneasy Austin. San Antouia, El Paso and points in Terms No. j carries through cars from Cintinnatito such an abusive prayer. At tho same time and place will offer for aale a Middlesboroiigh and Cumberland Gap and all in- TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFOnNIA. Land containing about lau acres, termediate stations nnd runs daily trait He is below tho medium height, and well of Knob and within Por through rates, correct county mapi and lul Pass. Agt , Cincinnati. half u mile of Junction W. L MUNSON.-Tra-v information cull on Agent nt lunciion Cut Kv does not strikeonoas being atall danger- City limbered the Crops. Stock and Personalty, C P. ATMORE. Also S.R.KNOTT, or address HIANK W. WOOLLEY Gen Pass. Agt. ten shares Ilnyle National Dank block. Traflic Manager. ous to human life, lie is a man with a Tiav Pais Apt , Lexington. Jvv MARY 1! UU.AKIO General office, Louisville, Ky I). .MILLER, D. blight physitpie, but otherwise very well. IOHN 'I' I.II.T.1UI1 L V.. ...! S. K. B. MORSE, GtnT PastVr Agt., Traffic Mangr.. ' ' G. P V T, A., ' Office Chamber ot Commerce lluildiug.Cincitinat. His legs are short and his whiskers grow i 53. td T L LILLAKD Clncicnal'. & mV fine muim mi! r::. sale i.Mm'Wb if tm "Z Vnsa Mi' I Wednesday Oet. 28, 189X, - m Je b m 2 m tT b f2 in 0-m ir a m io 13 12 46 p mi fc 05 a in Mo p in 6 35 am 33 P i 7 45 a m a 00 p m 7 00 a in 1 4S P 43 P m. 7 Si a in 4 5 p 4 10 p m 9 aj a m 5 P 5 40 p m 10 49 a in 6 37 p p mlio 55 a in 6 45 P 3 30 11 u a a 46 a 7 00 a 7 Jo a i 15 St. Louts, j New York, Kit for Michigan Points, Chlcaco. Detroit, Cleveland, iiaio, i. ..1 iliuifliiainjlil nUU IC ,t.... Cl(f Canada, New Fnglind, I.oston, OTW ((DBJLJIiJAVNS. 111 WSffi 1 .(.,.,w 1 AlRslDJL(2VAS9 1 sU-c- - 1