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WfMlM. wiH preach UUICASTEII, tMIIAHO NUffTY. NO. 67 mt. ttnmm, rookcastlc county. Clo-Terp- ort Four ran of fanuf i ooai from Tim town hall, dm atore of K. W. Lillurd & Co , Rraun't dry gnod& atore, paaael down the road yterday 11 at Haifa Gap cliareh et I3kin'e liuTteh r shop, Nathan Thonip en route to Knaland. Sunday. A yotiBK man named Tina waa lil,w Jon. Billon's mew n at Sit on'a grocery and dwelling, ri'itiltnie itb HI and buaineas houe of Mm Oscar here VVeloaday cbarRd Xenia closed Wednesday lut with' ney and the residonoa of Mh. Don-aparloining an overcoat. & The 8piluian oirhatd, on Town Hill, HehnV Dabney !old clerk'a elflcei were nil Our notlea of Haptfaen bronpb m order atroyett by fire this morning. Tim Are lr loadml down with applea. Thia oron for 10 from 8. lp. Campbell, t Cairo, broke oat tn Thompson' grocery about chard baa 5,000 or ti.lXXt treea. -- KlderJ. U. LinfN -- ' A m-4 LEA N i OlHuf ET Br 13 Vi1 KTH 1 a , The lareat dox (of the canine o'clock a. M. By desperate efforts and in town fa a lata St. Bernard, reaVIIvnwA an en bard work lb building of the Xatioual ilfaa limn, Tocker womao'a mii Bank of Laneaater and ttorea adjacent cently imported and owned by Mit Mil tertaining address to tbo ter. aMJnury soristy at tha Methodist church were all aaved. Tuny Uobioeon, aidod VL The greateat drawback to tbe by Charley Owena, of color, eavad ttw last itbt. of Or. Keeley'a whiaky rnre ia that San Small, lbs evangelist, waa ar- balance o( the aoutb aide of the l'liulk tlie majority of tbe uan of the ardent do 8 retted at Boetroi on the rharneol obtain- 8inar. not want to uuit. With butfewr excopUona, tha fairio preletiaea from ing money nude" lei Boreinu haa about com-pi-- OF thai uma acquire ia aynaraliy of abort College, of w Inch b waa the lTUb viaita to the variona post ofH-"l hia duration and of bat little ralue. The tout jear. a tbrouehont the county. The offkva fr,WlXrtXK?y Oi fix G Uti es Tbe IWcher Memorial UomrrB-tioiu- d phantoiiM that ar uanally jhj ed mio tencrHlly went found in good shape. I rhnrch, of Brooklyn, waa dedk-a-ta- aa traitaittut aa tliy are noriblaaa, and Ufa hnndreifaoT frienda will regret IT Sunday. Ilf r. 8. H. Halllday, pae-to-f it fa only at tlio f ud of "lile'a fitful to loae your bnmneaa manager, Mr. K. C. Uiui ittuae who Seek Rcb bonoru in charge, preached I bo morula eer- They will miaa his cheery n fact that they uare only ben Walton. waa for many .ware Mr. Beech- - j fealw ' vice, Iay sne- ainile and hearty handabHku. uadowa. I'oaalbly the etHttw er's aseistmit at Plymouth church. Tha chaet. ceaa attend him in his new home. eoiitfbt the rosponsible oei- To go into the hands of the people at once. I lav mi handsome oak pnlpit fa the ffM of tba man John Co! Iyer, while riding on the r aotl .'"juuh men oi isrooaiyn rauiuraoiH mwiunuun mium rear end of the coupling pole on a hay newaiiaiM-bt peopfa of Keniucky are to uvigon, jumped on tbe (irons of a hav rk. too exwptioiie to tbe average fork. Tbe tines pierced hia clothing, ChrtoUan Inlrlliancer eay h U Thi il.lt jj.Uioii of lmlUww nailed he Omron ru.c .i tbia reapecU If Mr. Joot, fresh but hm fortunately escaped wriou inB a7 M? ? M 1 13 Coiifcrfucetobet; for a eburoh. Thry from Ilia Unrela aa a aigoer of the jury. Imw of tbe land, abonld t Mine by a wagon road :W0 mile to the' ormolu A party of 20 people led this place nearcot railroad aUtlan and then 'J00 tweet Mr. Smith and not be foniutnln-iidlet- i for KinU in Miasouri on Tuesday's ' by rail to Salem, Oregon. Thta led unonibe ability of the docnineut it We commence at once a train: K. Al. Denuey and family, Nathan dUeiition waa Irom tho Klamath Indian required ao Iook a time to toriuulato, Mrny and family for Veroun; Mit. IMng reservation in eoMthtweterH Unan rite ha would donbtteas atari back in Mir for Fordbam, John Henner, Ash Grove; bnndnnl wiiltw of truval to aak for gos- iniae to be informed that it mu not J. Harris aud J. Htodgill and families tf 4 knonn to Mr. Smith that Mr. Jonea had IMeroe City. pel pririlovM' Rev. tiHnre O. Itarnwi writea to tbe even been a lueinbtr of that auenet Meaeni Jack and Willis Ad.itns, of l.xiitton l'raas from (iraamere, W. body of constitution maker. And yet Onrnird, were here Tiiewlay. Mrs. ChteMiMn l'ark. S. 1J. Klthain, Ken, Mr. Jouea' name w signed to Brooks, Mccoiupanied by .Mr.H. W. L. thnt tbe lorl baa Uken food cmv of Ilia meal and will o down to poatenly, to Heudersou left W mliieeckiy foi a vNit to amleringcbiMreii three two montlti tlie aratitication of hia rldldren and friends at l'arksville. Aunt Pop l'rocho w ill know that a niul tlMlnll are enjoying fin health. Of grandchildren, . . .. . . . tor fa riaitiug relatives at .Crab Oiciiard. .,.. OillC Ulf 111 LMUIC MULK 111 till UtlllU IHILIIO, and surrender .tlie . field to other hands, which . we do w ith a .., . , 0 ... ,, . he Mf: "Creilo and and srandia heiputl to nmkv the conatt- . hi nets lok . . . i Mrnt n :I i niiuiv in iHin r ii it. people who have so generously sustained us and in a gratitude to the warm-hearteUtwlnllty" has not been out Ion enonch union of Kentucky. It Iim been ri'port-t- move to o"hio. Mm Saihe Williimw is' feeI,nh of mt a fnlr Blurt. Whether it fver ac- ed, whether truthfully or not in not nt llrmihead for a wek to have I,.- -' spirit oi generosity mac we nave never naci cause to euiertaiu towaru any otner cuuiiuumiy, a iuu.-h-; to " compifaliea that i quite tiuwrtain. II known, that .'i conntry hcliool nmnn in danghUr'.t eyes treated. wind up my here with one crowning act of liberality that shall not be equalled :.. years to come. emcceae. the intorior of the bum, in examining a think am prejaired for cither No better assortment of goods can be found in this section ol country and all must and Homewhat in- HU0CLE. or defeat As n flinuiciidity, if It 1h-- ciaw in biatory. otI'theJiVWdetlcitof our Scotch cam- HUliiiure m to ihu knnwiodttu of hui ry The meeting hero fa going on f; in regard Ui tint nur coiiHUtnlion, paign ahnll be delighted. Itayoml that nicely, with good preaching, hut no sd- -i being usd and jiurHiuxl tho following course of I am only anxious an to it wi'.h hoiiio biiiK'nlar reenlU: nttloiM to uaie. joiiu nan litis movcuio, to helping my generation to n better He is a good iimligne! and ".leetiiti, how ninny conetilutioud has I.incaster to run a shop. of the i smith and enn do well any where. K. A. gospel of our lord and Savior Kentucky hud since i ta formation as a White sold 10 bend of 1,000 pound cattle Christ. To one htruggling with i.Nuto?" JeoniH "Four or more, inclu- to Woodcock A (J wens for :5J and Home i i . itoubtiiud yet not willing to lie agnostic ding the new one, which fa in UUIIUV. yiMrlings furflii per head. Cyrus Ka-- ( of- Together with the 'Thomas, how long did it taku to make rr infldul. I think a rrav of eiiauie is Hold his stock of goods to J. A. Ham-son fercd, however narrow, that will bring tho now constitution?" Thomas "I inoiids at 10 ier cent, discount, lie says liberty to many .i soul, now fast locked 'don't know. I whs only four years old he Iluds that Hubble will not support, in the dungeons of "I I hint Despair." lie when they commenced to maku it." storos. lie 1ms not yet decided Smunol, who waa the greattst man in nuys the reason ho had tbe book printed where he will go, but he has tho goqd fa not tlie convention?" in Kngland w beranse the cott JTm jrfr, d3. tefct JCiV. CVCR3r in Jiott " "What good thing did he do' in wbtbea of all here, m ho is a very nice, much over Imif what it wouhl man in ail his dealings. Roliert clever Auieric.i. "I can get nu edition of 1,000 tlit convention?" baumel "He told not to take the Harris l"k In the 'StateH' it lm, inenibera they didn't know what Co. ha decided copiea for ahnit We havct as we must vacate the rooms in a very few weeks. farm for next year. Itowon Givuns is Contained in our large double store-roomtbey were Ulking alwut." "William, would cwt Im'I ween f 700 and ?S00." ad-- 1 putting up n nice hote on hie fwrm got to lose money and we have got the nerve to do it. People shall either load up at once or forever who made the moet hpeuch in tho cou joining it. V. Kngleman. We are glad wjhh they had. "Ifarley Chron-ton.- " "Very intenaHing cmiveiaatiou in ventlon?" William hopu ho "There was to note the improvement and Sam (interrupting! hete""aked papi, ud lnnly th lusting will become one of our citizens Boon. hia head in through the conservatorT no such man ns ' liar ley Chronston;' hie Dr. Iwis reKirta DA Lank ford and one door, where Klhl. Wr. Tomkins and lit- name wa. Honorable Charles Itroustiin;, of her brother very sick of typhoid fetle T.va wit very quietly. ml be never (poke when he didn't want It Kniiiusou is in from Middles-bor"Yea, indeed," wiid Hthel, iwady on lo." "John, wUo was tliu moat pugua-woti- ver. J. s He reports on a short t. tlu inatjint with u ronly. "Mr. Tomkins Stripe and plaid suitings, civets, plushes, &c, as well as lower grade dress goods, All kinds of nomember of the convention?" John better there now than hits boon for tions, clothing, hats, caps, boots and shoes. Will be sold at if weru dibcussing nil our kith slid niul ..D0jil kn,MV Hmttbat means, but time h k. it ttiarlfl.i it fultniV U lit) Vl'fia lit It'll ViJ Ttkllllv some km weren't wo, lira? "Ycth, thath whit you wnth," replied for a light, then Yeunutt Hung maybe To Miss Mary Hill Vanoy. little r.vn.' "MStlicr Tomkinth tbnid, thu man you are asking about." "Clinrbw, IIOOLMATK. HV IN OI I) ONE-HALMay have si kith?' and Kthel paid, who was tlie most selfish member of the Dear and most earnest friend, You kin.'" convention"" Charles Tho feller who Loin: tlavs we've roamed together, rented out Ids farm and dulu t want to Traveled o'er meadows, lull and plains, tylifihly droeocd, of beautiful face and OurIn every cnango of weather. adjourn at all." "Uohort, who display- figure, Inrgc, ilruiimy oyos, thro' which fr oil thu grentest wimIoiii in tho conveu- - 'Tis you who paints anew tho htene, aeemed to hIiIiic a iicrftfct soul. Such I'ho lullers thai Jwiid Thu orchards and tho meadows, by thoj1'0"-,"dJi WHS tho angelic being oWrvod nen Where you and so often played, omi . Iocln in, cliorus man on Whitclmlt Htreet Satur Clurli Heueath their welcome shadows. will another toiivcntion probablyJ.be day afternoon. The full red llpn purtod, Chorus-"Wh- en Gabriel blows Many lonely days we've had, 'tis true, cassimere suits we were selling for Sio, $12 and Si 5, now go for SS. Our $10, S12 disclosing twin rows of pearly teeth, and held?" Our fine, And many full of gladncbs; if tlie people know jeans pants, 95 cents, worth $1.50. voice iuiigimiblo his last trump, we have as many more, and S15 Overcoats will go in this sale for SS.50. Men's in the softest, sweetest Hut jesting aside, and admit- Oh. inav companion: "I'm so dogUnmixed with pain or sadness. nlm s.dd to her ting tho probiihihtiea of the)uew)tinstru-tnen- t gone tired I can hardly wriggle." having bettered the couilition of Though far away from that loved Bpot, Girls, for gracious H.iko let up on slang! Together we are straying. allairs, tlio (juestiou recurs, what sub- Around tho hearthstone where we sat, Cuinmlng, Ga., Clarion. V stantial fame has its authors achieved in Loved friends for ua ure praying. the arduous and protracted labors of j Ladies' fine, button calf or lace shoes for 90 cts., worth Si. 50 any where. Men's finccalf boots, Si. 25, The intelligent Scotch jury that Together, friend, through life we've ccme of n year? Truly houors come high and ladies' buckle arctics, 75 cts., ladies' and misses' best rubbers, 20 cts. per pair, ladies' and men's fine, Naught can our union sever, brought in the vordict, "guilty, but not the one who earns them is not to he en- Till death shall claim us for his own shoes at less than manufacturing prices. machine and hand-seweproven," 1ms been left in tho shade by n vied. And we have crossed tho river. South Carolina aggregation of peepi. A W. S. II. Lexington county jury sitting upon tho "Did Harold call on you this morning My good neighbor, Messer, is inclined caso of a negro supposed to havo died of brought in thia verdict: "Al- papa?" "Yea, but I couldn't make to bo funny. We are tlio best of frieudp. poisoning, I of bert Wealer came to his death from tlu much out what he said. understood I did denounco the prinuiplo of two trua- Very best machine thread, 4 cts. per spool, 45 cts. for 15 spools, 3 of which are to Bay that lie wanted to marry mo, teea voting an nnnual poll tax ot i upon Almost given away. effects of a diaenau that he had before ho him and that you had enough to support him every male citizen iu their school dis- hand thread. Three papers of best needles for 5 cts. and an endless variety of notions too tedious to died." so I sent him home and told him to write not so good mention. trict to repair a school-hous- e "Have you any photographs of your it out." Harpor's Ityzar. as the negroes have in Boneyville aud children, Mr. Teck?" asked a friend of for tho especial comfort of a few of "How long has ho been preaching?" thnt Hon. Alpbeua 1'eck. "I should say I the wealthiest children in tlie district. bad," answered Mr. I'eck; "I've about a asked tlie stranger aa ho came in during Aa for Mr. Meuefeo I havo been voting bushel of them." "Why Alpliotis!" ex- the sermon and took a seat in a back tor him for 10 or 15 yoars and never bad Arhnrkle's CofTee. 22 cts. ner pound. 20 pounds granulated sugar, Si. 7 cakes of laundry soap 25 claimed hia wife. "Well, haven't we? pew. "Thirty or 10 yeais, I think," re .e " a cross word with him in my life and cts. iiinitrn blue, Haven't vrn photographs of nil four of plied the old member, "but I don't know will vote for him tlio balance of my life Cts. 4 pounds SOCia, 25 cts. Pearlme. 2J6cts. per package. Prints, stanaara, vests, 20 cts., jersey fitting. Ladies' heavy libbed tliom, and don't four Pecks luakon bush- exactly." "I'll stay then. He must be if tho democrats nominate him. I ac- oil red and Simpson's black, 5 cents per yard. nearly done." el V" knowledge to using a few "cuss words," LIST OF FIXTURES TO BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF VALUE: Four clothing 1 counters, 1 A shoet of paper (5 feet wide and 7 miles but that little they call a school-hous- e politician waa under A heating stove 5 Cc P'ated show cases. 1 coal oil can and pump, tho other ev- long haB been made at a New Jersey paought to bo damned. "Happy cashier desk, 7 large Rochester lamps, discussion at a platform, and other things too 2 counter and size to Jack." and pipe, 300 feet of iron display rods, 3 pair of scales ening. "He claims to be an agnostic, per mill. It is just tlie right numerous to mention. Every thing must be closed out to vacate the rooms. "Only aa to re- write the platform of a third party on. doesn't ho 7" asked one. A mau was recently tried for lunacy Chicago Times. ligion," replied another; "aa to everyatOwonsboro. After beariug the evim The above prices will serve as samples of our immense reductions throughout our entire stock. Our m it all." Early thing else he knows know when double- - dence the jury retired aud in a short thousands of friends are cordially invited to call and get some grand bargains of remembrance. Caahier "Doyou returned with thia remarkable ver comers get first choice and consumers should hasten to avail themselves of this opportunity to buy goods a entry was first used ?" time Nino tailors, it ia said, will make "Yes, when the ani dict: "Jedge, we find that tho court give at off of regular prices. Our rooms must be vacated. to one-hal- f man. Whoever started this sentence two by two." abondandappoiutn gardoen and that ought to have flniahed. They will mako mala entered the ark Opposite the l'ortman House. Cash Bargain Store, Stanford, Ky. Yonkers Statcsmnu. this fellow bo supported out of his proa man a pauper. ceeds or anything else." Messenger. Why is dangerous to go out in tho What is tho dilleronce between a solTbe republican administration of tlie dier and a pretty woman? One faces spring? liecauso the trees shoot, tlie other powdera tho llowers have pistils and the bulrush is United States is constantly increasing tbe powder and tho a in tbe south. out. Chicago Mail. tbe number of face. Mo. 4 ape-ciea) nc-C- n a SIS S'V A,rsn V "IN this puis rrxi&tt- - I'oat-mnat- er e c I pre-Wa- d !l t-r" HATS ! 1 I f ( iht J saVlll SoaBil' lO OUIT oi eiiue S "L tfh y 4 'tf 4 i l.ix-li- e the-iuatr- - I , ,, . o sccrc I d -' 1 8 Imk-uiii- u pu-pil- e 1 TT7"11 I. inUnn-lerrttor- nl , vv .h-eii- -- i hi. CI 111 - p, J un J. A n 1 , j to ainuel-"Knoc- kUr aWUkk -- YT u rl i All Wool Dress Goods. o h vi-i- busi-net- - 1 i 1 F Off REGULAE PRICES -- . 1 Clothing Department. all-wool J all-wo- them-Helves- ." Boots and Shoes. d Hats and Caps. .. Almost Given Away. ..! 1 -- f 1 4.. "." m well-know- n pig-st- y club-hous- e 1 . Book-keep- er one-thir- d ' -- . i . black-mailer- MWB.T MM 9 , M r ( Tho Gcorgolo vn Timea says Ihwr 4 oattJe on aele Holiday; 73 were . u -.-Simn M. Hurt has (Men appointed foedcra eold at 3.6! to 3 tt'i; yearling catmivwwffMi lfHIli at Bereft. tle hrutiitiit 4 to II eents and calves ftvm Stanioro, Ky , (Xtowkr ill, 1891 An inch of enow fU iu the 31taii fl:!.n4i 1012.73, Male foha aold at 940 doah Valley. Va . Tueaday. to V. Duncan, of drawl Switch, baa J. Four shocks of corn raided by B. W, "W. V. WALTON. been appointed postal clerk. Gain, gathered from 14 hills square, Is Seceivinff Ku Igan Murphy waa aeateacad to shucked 7 bhla., which ia over 21 barrels Th report iiinifd from Frankfort via death at Sayenvill for tha murder ef hie to iIk aT". The Ian 1 lies on Lngnn'a r is waging between father Cincinnati that Creek and is the old Hayden farm. Can John Rom, a white ma, waa lynch-e- d Hit; new mlniinigtration and lh old, th any of our readers heat it? Goods Virr.i'Uil and a V F.t clu tr.tntecd. Ci.ve uim a call. for ih Murder of by Treasurer Hale nod at Columbia, hitter Snnnl Tuesday clipped half a aged negro woman. Auditor Norman, growing ont of the au from Maud fVa fast time and lowered ir'ii ;:Kraw.iaiwMaBWiiinritTaB?rae Little Kdna Oonrta waa burned to wholetnle change of penitentiary and the world's trotting record for a mile to ' Gov. Brown has made a ileath at Pituburg, . white trying to otltcr ofHrcrs. Mrs. Uattie Kimball has tows trim- - 2:08 at St oca ton, Oal. Hunol'a performnew deal, all around, without theapprov-n- l get tier doll oat of a bonfire. ed president of the Penosooro and ance, however, waa on a kite shupt d At Henderson Charles Ball, who Harneville railroad in West Virginia. track, which ia considered taster than of the two named who, it ia said, in order to show their disgust, will reaign. murdered his brother, waa sentenced to She ia the first woman over elected to the old at y le tracks on which Maui S Thero may be eome differeucea between 10 years in the penitentiary. U . such a position. mad her records. KxHiov. Buckner ia having a neat the gentlemen, hut the resignation pirt The Frankfort Capital say Two of The raiwa at fjexington are not an of Uim story entirely too thin. The, little steamboat made to ply between bia the opera hou-win which the Kentucky liberally patronised as uaoal and hrccoh will never become ao aerioua aa home and Hartsville, on Green river. Press Association held its recent sea ma Were' Association has informal HAS RSHEB3SS YSARS at Richmond, Va., re siond have since burned those at that, no matter how it widens. that they wouid the nrMeersof the lieved Senator Voorhees of his pocket . Ouenab-iroOur friends at pay the privilege money for six days inEVERY B9TUE G8A3aaYK0 S5t3EVE8YtfERE. 3 Thk physicians of Arkansas Citv, Ark., hwk containing. S700 in drafts and toOiu Pftdueah would do well to keep u earefnl ly, as the weather ia too bad for the m(et pledged themselves to atteuit no money. hnvo BY RICUARDSSN-TAYlf- lR watch on theira. ing to b as sncreasfnl aa expected. It PEK.CO. CTLOUK MO. J patients who do not pay their bills and Two Mexicans at San Antonio, Tex., Miss Bird llowoll, a Kinleyville, Pa., 'tu prolmble that the gates wilt close on Ty.rjBctf;xrgi33greiJretsy tho people have in turn lwycotted the fchut themselves up in au unoccupied teacher, tried to punish an ineoirigible Saturday. nhvaiciiuis. We hone and believe the hotel and carved each other to death pupil, when the boy shot her in tho ojo Kugene McGoodwin bought of W. doctors will come out on top. I hey with knives. and she has entirely W. Wallace the farm on the Pleasant with a should not have to labor for nothing, The bank robber onptnrod at lost her sight iHa.remilt. The la wye is Hill turnpike, nnr this city, ennsiating besides the man who is too menu to pay proves to bo Tom .Mulliutt, a pnl say Miss Howell can recover damages of .7 aires, for RiJOO. 1). F. A V. T. his doctor ami other honest bills ought of Joe Killovau, the most notoi ions crook- from tho boy's father, and she will bring lgnn sold to Dick Gentry, for Lehman, of a not to he allowed even tho comfort in tho conntry. suit. IS head of export cattle, 1,550 pounds spiritual, much less n nicnic.il adviser. Keturn Johathan Meigs, clerk of the The wholesale druggists of the Unitshould be permitted to claim Supreme Court of tho District of Colum- ed States, who are now in nobsIoii in Lou- average, at 3 rants, to be Uiken between The devil the 1st and 10th of November. Danville his property whenever ho chooses. bia since appointed by Lincoln in 1SW, isville, have no sympathy for tho retail- Advocate. died Tuesday, aged 90. ors who cut established pricue, and they The IiOiiisville Time&hus this to cay Thk constitution, which provides that During tho past month $17,000,000 will refuse to sell goods to thoso drug- of a Lincoln t.ounty man ami horse: W. 1'2 jurors diall constitute a grand jury, of the $77,000,000 in gold that went to gists who coutinuo to sell under the regMcAfee, formerly of lAttisville, ha n also provides that there shall be three Europe between March and September ular price. fast and rlnrlfbred iu Host year for it to convene, instead of terms ;i has tound its way back. is nothing but a ler Hiweell, w hieh took u record of ''27 A Congressman Those who do not consider this two. Shoes, Boots, In the 0,000,000 letters that reached trustee pledged to rellect the will of hie at Islington. Hustler fact jump at once to the conclusion that Kusil g by the dead letter ollice hut year, thero was constituents. There is not a democratic Lord Untwell (full brotlter to Maud 8., the tnte will save n mint of money by money amounting to 528,01'--' and checks Congressman from Kentucky whose ilam by !'rinep. With proper Wheeler ft Wilson Sewing Machine NTo. the reduction. Grand juries generally and notes of the valno of S1.471.S71. 9. constituents do not desire he shall vote handling earlier In the season this colt isanj thing to hold hold on as longas there Delayed by storms, the. incoming for either Mills or McMillin for Speaker. would have showed up well gent for Ikodhcatl Flour. in the sumto and it is not probable that any of the steamer Dundin, after burning up every Pnt it to n vote and Crisp would not ho maries. Highett market price paid for Feathers and KRij. three annual meetings will be shorter thing else available, had to dump her n it. LouisviHe Times. A writer in a tnrf journal give the than the two which hnvo prevailed since cargo of sugar into the furnace iires. The entire city council of Newport, following rule to estimate the height a ISoO. Senator Voorhies thinks democratic including Mayor A. S. Horry, wore Uk-colt will grow to: Take a colt any time Thk Jxni'Mville Critic e peaks thus triumph is assured in New York and to IxHiisvillo by the sherill' and came between fix weeks and one year old, t arted citizen of Iowa, next mouth, with a good lighting near heiue nut in iail for contempt by plt'HFHiitly of tho stand him on a level surface ao that he II J M.K)HKUT W Jl IIKiiilN's the county of Ganard: Col. linulley is chance iu both Ohio and Mattsnehuaotts. Judge Toney, for failure to obey an or- will tand naturally, then measure the so The wife of Mr. George C. Knndifur, der hy hit court. O.i the promise that distance from the hair of such a noble fellow personally and the hoof to hi? traveling man, who was tho contract between the city of Xewittrt kne- - joint, end for every iri'h or trac-cheerful and lovable a partisan, that the W V even the democrats are glad to see him Miss Hells Foard, diod at the home of and tlie Suburban Kleolric Light Com- tion thereof he measures he will be' reap the Men lit of his leadership. The Prof. II. K. Taylor, in IiOitiaville, Tuea-da- pany be rescinded at once, the. jail sen- haul high when matured. If he meM- colonel does not expect much for himtence was not Inferred, but n fail- lire ! iin'heH h- mil gnw to he 13 Our St oik of- self, but he does like to see his followers Over 10.000 women attempted to ure to do so means six months in jail for hands high; if IV inchro, he will la !' if there msVt be another re register as voters at the approaching each. ewarded and hands hiuh, ami so n. publican pnsident The Critic hopes that Chicago election and of that number James Parton, the nntod biographer, -Col. Bradley will be one of his closest 700 succeeded in getting their names on ia dead at the age of Itt). He was a voladvisers. Ihe lists. farm : ihow to lhe pcoplco Miss Alice Heoht committed suicide Wk far there is not much show for a we has ever hwn at Baltimore by jumping from the top of wlknown "Kanny Fern." who used .0 Campbell in Ohio. The republicans recolTered for their inspection lit of the New York, iuK.uior.oiii..mM.M uiUr.Mmi. tho Washington Monument l'K feet deliKht the reudera miIIai hl Lie tiitidciKi--, on ognize that it is a death struggle for the high. There was hardly a greese spot Ledger in years nyoue, unit his becond i 9 J lavMcKinley bill and ate using money left where she fell. voter. ishly to corrupt the "honest" A locomotive on tho Philadelphia . bfferat publi- - fale bin l.ne Fjri ofy. Ann, . , Ohio never goes democratic when and Heading railroad exploded near St. WilS U resident of .MtlSsUCllUHette, but liad KaUl imi the lUnville.V Sianf..td turiik, lour g J ' makes a great deal of difference mile from Dantillr mil" from Stanfonl it Th Clair, Pa. Of the four persons in the to go out of tho State to hnvo tho cere- - firm in i.t Uiwn tn te upprccaled. A lew talirut whether she does or not. Campbell is t The laiel umh are nl pro cab three persons were killed and the mnnv nerformed in , the latter marriage. iliitive,a thee. ' the crop, now upon It proc , , J. It it making a grand light, though, and nm mi ipicmllilly leiicetl ami alert.!, jil, it h ttrrn is fatally injured. IIO laws 01 MliU ."Hun: iui ue al by Mills, McMillin, Crisp and oth- other ions. . S.,A?.aJ-"JrfM1f,lIThere wna a heavy run on the ! er uoted speakers, Is gaining votes dai- orK aim weed or impediininti to the uclitwt return. th, Stockho ers of the New X. Y., Savings Bank, over $200,000 iVmi'i.inf .1.., It i o iIkhouijIiIv luipio.ctl that iio ein.e will 1. HltVM r beine; drawn out bv excited depofiitors. .southwestern 1'etroleum tompanj, le Jlh. h hou.c c.- -i - w-o.ini t a wrcc, two t.iry Dnck.npiMiuioiy Ku.AfiKTiiTowN, which in shortly to j Ofllnials say the hank has sullieient Bin Six Natural Ha", Ud. ami uoai,. tOin- i built, with 10 100m. nuinctou ckncu and pH- ,, p.UIV ailll the Kentucky IjOnsOlloaieil ,ne,f rii. halln, baeinet under whole dome Te bold under a decree of court itself, j funds to meet all demands. 6th.lt ompan, 01 New am' io" u,,t hu lhe edlll,IWM, only i inl.c. b; Oil n... Natural Cua pikc t 1,a,lvilu. sued the Chesapeake, Ohio iV Southson of Mrs. has ceauooi Wallace, the urand consolidated tuck y 7th, The neishborho.i and western railroad for SlW.OOO damages, Kate Rogers, of Lexington, died from ' met at Somerset . roiindirns are nowhere ei.clltd Mh, It it a. name Of the Kentucky L.oll-- ro.m1 a fine hoe and ntukfarm a can ke found. which she thinks she sustained by the effects of a beating given him by the Iiuder the It001 tr C"'" aBd jiihhhI Vnliir il lias Com nailV. ""' '' 'l"llyn hii.1 of the company removing its shop .rop.M f..r .Knt son of , Frank Scenrce because SOIIllaieil Ull ailtl We are stil sok nt'cnts for the old Krn. loth, ll Um been And Gents' I'tirn'shiDrr Goods Vept lars.ly ill craii ror litany eur( NUrty cipital stock $1,000,000. Wells are from there. Kchofcs in action are to he wouldn't play to suit him. waterproof lit' KLL" HOOTS. atre will bv iowh in wheat hy tb day of .air; drilled and a burvey is being made the balance of th- farm u in u i, cctpt 4arre. be counted as assets, this one. will not A throat trouble similar to diphthereserved lor corn Term of ale eay likely ureatly increase the price of the ria is prevalent among children iu Jessa- for a new railroad between Somerset ftatne tune and place will offer for tale a Tho new company is At town. mine county, and the public school at ami Mouticello. trait of Knub Land cinitainini; about io jcim, well bucked with linances ami much is well timbrrfd and within half u mile of JiinctH.H to prevent City Al tkuCrep., StocL and I'crMiially, Tin: Lexington Leader denies the sto- Nicholasville has been closed expected. ten share Iloyfc National lUnk Moil. further spread of tho epidemic. ry it started that Sam JL Gaines, of the MARY II. I.ILI.ARn ) The secretary of State of Florida has JOHN T I.II.I.AKD, r,eittir. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Maysville Commonweal, had engaged as ml II A T. 1. I.II.I.AKD 53 t affixed editor of the Covington Common wealth. tjt'iti rkf the seal of the State to a ccrtifi- SZiiMutm fVill Ktr ! ru.ulonf inn Joe Swopu bought .sOewcs of Carter ,UATh AI.CXANM K'S llOIKL., I ", IWLtlUtl nf lis vyiiit tt HIV .Samivel is doing pretty well where he VUH legislature. Gov. Fleming's ap- it Gi vens at $:i.50, is, thank you, and as the Leader story Florida SHELTON gave the newspaper boys a chance to pointee, Dauidson, will not be in it. RKXOVATBD IMPROVED. Hull fighting has been revived in Bay any amount of good things about D. A. TWADDLE, Proprietor. HatCS Pel Hay. him. he will not sue lro. Roberts for Mexico. The wife of President Diaz got Foil Sai.b. L'o head of jack stock up one for the benefit of the Hood sutler-er- a - Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-HousdamageB. of Spain and SlVi.OOO was raised. readv for service. J. K. Uaughman, LOUISVILLK, KV. accinnnodatio:. at reasonable rules. TiiK'.uionutnent to Henry V. Grady, Nine bulls, trained for the slaughter, iiuaiuiiMiic. Open day and niu'lil- Sample rrom and Koodllviry aderected at Atlanta by his friends and W. R. LOCAN, Mnnaeor. A T. Xunnelley sold to J. V, hmhry, in connection were killed. A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. mirers, was unveiled Wednesday with George C. Cohen, formerly county of .Madison, - carloads of imposing ceremonies. Gov. Northern attorney of Anderson, and a brother of cattle at l cts. HOUSE,1 presided and Gov. Hill, of New York, Joe A. Cohen, formerly of this county, John Murphy sold a lot of slot K. 13. RILEY, Proprietor, delivered the oration. Grady did a great was found dead ih his office at tie at :'. and some yearlings at $21 to pardedeal for his section and his people death having 'resulted, it is ties over the river. London, - - - Kentucky.' light to honor his memory S. IL IJaiiidnnan and A. M. Fence from heart disease. supposed, I have moved to my new Hotel and am bottei Gen. Wade Hampton bays the farm-er- bought a car load of oats in Louisville, prepared th.m ever to accommodate the public The above Is a cut of Dicks 1'at wu.se iioko is building a $10,000 0 C!nod I. ivery attached and every roritemciice dt- alliance is rapidly disintegrating in which cobt :i ceiitB a bushel hero. j tired. Gitc me a call, creamery and pemp to bo very proud of ent I'ced Cutter, the best cutter sec- -i KKANK Itll.CV. An Indiana man is enjoying 77 U.. We hone she will have better luck the South and tiiat within the next four for all purposes on the market. ond crop of cherries from the eamu tree il wi completely disappear, to i.m, sin,,fnr,i.i;,lu-iti- i liers. Tin. stoeif. I also have Call and examine. "Vu h,J tim memory of those who have this year and it is blossoming again. holders not only lo.st all their stock, hut LIME AND BRICK. Cattle are dull in Cincinnati, with the had to put no money to pay out, even uccii uciieiiieu ijy lie npneavai, Kepresentative .McC'ieary owned an best at o1,; hogs are also slow, with tons! I 'tie at .5 Centi a IIiuIip! In before the thing had run six months. l'will dtlutr at 2 to ."; lambs eligible site for the Richmond public at 1.40; bheep are Stanford an th neishb irhimd. ' I will also load iL-Hn c.rt at Crab 0r bard, Ilrick Lol'isvii.lk didn't exactly go crazy building, hut, with a delicate desire to HI to o. hJi; ut 75 cents a luirdrvd. (.ive me a dunce. Ilond te Ci OMlield shipped a over the "Divine Sara," but many u avoid even the appearance of Federal And the hi) KKl KG1 K Crab Orclurd Kit uartle to Cincinnati which j, 6m sucker paid $10 to see her cut monkey favoritism, lie.inforined Supervising Ar- of chitect Kdbrook that it must not were purchased from the farmers in the shines and talk iu a language utterly PLOTTCr, into consideration. Louisville Time.". I'ounty at 4 cts. Anderson News. simply because it to them, Nashville the A company has been organized in Iu a match race at was the thing to do, you know. Stephens county, Kansas, which is to great pacer Hal 1'ointer was easily beatCar of Kanawha Salt just received. IP mrJKK-?9m r the poor man who has signed a pe- furnish rain to order on the Melbourne en in three straight heats. Pointer, tho tition with n majority of the other citi- plan, Melbourne himself to manipulate Tennessee horse, was very heavily barkzens of Kiowa, Kas., for his wife to re- the water at 10 cents an acre. All the ed to win. sign the mayorality of the town, would fools scum to have congregated in the Twenty-livshared of stock in, the assert his prerogative ami make her, he "Grasshopper State." Citiens National Rank of Danvillo sold .KJtok!: ll would he a public benefactor. supervising architect has rec- at auction in lots of live and ten at $12 The ommended the property offered by Win. to Sls'i and 10 shares in the Hoylo NaSu.sol, another of Robert Bonner's Joe Collins and Mrs. Mary Stock- tional at $IS3 to P.i7. Advocate. GROCERY" mares, has deposed Maud S. from her Willis, The colt Arion, at Stockton, Cal., ton for tho site of tho public building at ns queen of the turf, but her reign throne mile record hy go-' ancy uanks is Richmond. It is valued at $1 0,000, which broke the will he Bhort liven. ing the distanco easily iu .'rill. The will leave for the building. Work destined to wear the honor before long. will hardly begin before yeuiling lllly Relle llird 11U0 broke the next spring. yearling mile record, her time being1 Tho resignation of The attorney general has decided thatl - ii'JBum'K" "fynii l: iurors constitute a grand jury, lie is Steele as governor of Oklahoma given Cheese, About 000 cattle of- Mr. Stkuuno m iW-szu- zi behind, considering the fact that rise to the rumor that he is to succeed a little . feeders sold at tl judges have been using that j Rauiu as commissioner of pensions, but fered and 1,100 to l.loO-lbthe circuit l ltavini; removed mv Ilarber Snou to the Com feeders if it be true, the president will only $:'tl.70 to $:); a lot of number for a month or more. merci.il Hotel, I am pibpatrd to accommodate la- I jump out of tho frying pan into tho fire. at $:l..'ii; heifers $22 per head; plain to itiexas well at grntlemeii in anytultig tliey may Fruit Jars, with in my line tiniurtn aiso naiteu on. itli Lamps, Glass- and Quecnsware, Tin- and Woodenware, post-- 1 Sttelo will he a worse Mad Dog is the name 01 a new fraud than Tan- - good cattle 2 to :, cents. Kxtra mulo n 1110. IESSE THOMPSON. Jelly Glasses, &c. I ner. InCommcrcial Hotel. colts f70 to $S0. ollice in Leslie county. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal NEVSY MOTES. posl-tnaat- er repro-wute- I., P-- r. The grand jnry at lex1.Rton liaa the city council for licentJaa; pool rooms. Charlee Scott, a brakeman on tho L. A ., waa shot and killed at LoatevilM by Jerry Featneratone. San Franctaeo revenue olHciala seis ed 175 cam of opium which bad been wnoggled in from China by way of Seattle. A lightning express train going at the rat of 45 miles an hour ran into an i h at Monmouth. HI., killing Of n four and wounding; many other -- -- - ...RUPLEY,- I J ttti ifHISfifff, ilct Faff and PniwMasa,K-g4KSKiaavHirTsjfr- Winter Goods EMf F9RS8 aec-on- ttt-B- oik W HUES CREAM LB All WSM . l'ick-pocke- te Win-ehestera- k ?iimit bean-shoote- r Cyn-thin- na JUST RECEIVED. FULL &T06K gENERAL MBRgHANDIFi Staple Dry Goods, Dress Goods and Ladies' Jackets: (l), Mai's and Boys' Clothing, Hats and Cans, Jlardtcura and Qu.eeuswarf. i E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. big-li- well-know- u 1 AT MT -- y. GOODS. !rh,e - iMrhltot;i mumt j FALL AND WINTER GOODS m "zTT! s , -- He-side- s, ;r;;;;tri: 1 ana Boys Suits;an uvurtJUciLS, ... Yon-ker- s, r- -. -- I I ,,,,, 1 " ' t 1 -- I i j 1 Kes-Yor- and Boys Fine and Heavy Boots ana noes, Misses and Children's School Shoes, Men's and Hoys' Hats, Neckwear, k ! - rea-Bo- n 1 ld be-in- g - 1 - M'KOBERTS!& HiGGocars. 1 V I W , ,( 1 ri WILLAEB AND $2.50 e, 1 .Sa-"SSiS,,-- !THE H0USE,TH0R0UGUbY ( Rowland, Kint-"l.- Kenliieky.'Cor. - l,:i:!r.-pou- nd IMJTHE RILEY ' g, Dicks Patent Feed Cutter I a' 11 1 l.an-ca.te- r, j I 1 Studebaker Wagon car-loa- d 1,400-poun- ' n mm OLIVEB, with Conuino Extras ' J I 0 IB. FOSTER, e lrW&ifi? Go to A. A. WARREN'S "M-ftDEL- . 1 jlOniEMiKwjH'1 - I 0 I For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried. Apples, Peaches and Prunes, Rice, ' 5 1 I MihZ mi 1 -' - 1,000-poum- Pichles, Preserves and Jains; . t 7 '.. nj r.-" 9, . "' " m - ' 1.1 II . - M jI 9rAKroun, Ky., r Dawson, Wfo. Undenroo.1, W. A. U. C. BMtiup and Wu. Reck. Jt Hi MtMliKK that all ilmWOW. WMrrWILl wint-- r nit. win i Cam. in now and gwi your ,y. .. rmiittht at A. R. Peney will be seen that there are only -- 0, a Uood ttock tosrletf from ami orders fillj be i'ii(rveil fr- of charts, saying ui 4 to the Cm union wealth. ed with dlapMcb. N 0. Rnpiey. J. H. Briscoe', J. B. Hiewart and Marv PtBMKAL P0IHT8. Chari.kY AMoaTaofm, colored, was J. Leaeo, naruUvs but incurable luna-tieMim Yarnon : viaitiai rla i kidafd in jail Wednesday for rnaning a wertt.aUowed each f7- a year and live in CynthUtna. Bam Murrell ami Tuoe.and Adam ltrixlit, crap gam fa hia honse in Masville. Tut. Hkbarim, of Jonction CiidioU, were allowed a tike sum. At the Tab a your yw in J. 8. Jones' this rate these unfortunates are being ty, ia visiting friends her. put on 30 wnta per down. Caah and Allan Booi.tY liaa letnrnsd from tbe public, Lincoln county willsooua ear Bargain 8ur, opxiaito tbe l'oriman n rWt to lolstills and Columbia. tbe unenveted distinction of having more Mm. J. X. Mkmbtm and Mr. J. T. llottati. than any county in the Mat. Harris wtnt to UmiaviHa Tuesday. Wm. (Jaddia, for disturbiiiK the peace, Pabqv rnntectiontritji aad Qklifornia returned Mas. RunRMT MiAiist waa niirnl 1" it m I for appearing tiefora frvita, fiinry xroarrieij Mini overrtbinp from a visit to relatives in Owen- booU to aI. all freah mim! nin, at J'.mm the court drunk and attempting the funton ny bueiueee, was - WeawaV. f 10 additional by .Man. J. rt. Cabpntr lw mtnrnwl i the Judge, who alao ordered him to jail from a visit to her bom in tha Kstl A raKioiiT iu jtiMtrttHl th tnwk ut till ha Mibsred up. ICml. BrtMiliiml TuinKUr morniiiK ttiil tlelaywl Suit. I. Mood ami Capt. W. J. W'mh, trwiiirt from 7 to 10 houra. N. 2o ditln't Tlie caw of J. If. Hussell, iic., arson, was continued. K. K. Albriclu. disturb-iiihur iomiI inantar of tbo It. 0 , war pan) till ni'Mrlv 11a.m. reliaioua worsliip, ainittod. David Tniwilny. "Lim.BTrIxM. or thn Kouip llIraas," lilliotl, fencing road, actpiittod. Louis Dm. W. It. 1'nn.vy kik! Bob Dariaon by thu (laahiiiK Ml May Smith Uotbine Uibson, furtiishiiiK minor liquor, do. linvo ittturitud frotn an axUitiiil rol!-ioiiWin. Gooch, fur disturbiiiK religious and Mxcetlffiil fomjMoiv. will hokl tho trip. only u boardM at WiUton'a Upra flonfe, Octo-tw- r worship, win llued io ami for carrying Mm. W. H. liii.ujxe ta!V coiujealetl weafwiia $: and iriven 10 dayn .'10. n n li tin- - 8i wins tb Dirina Sarab in in jail; for limluious I.iililMVtllM. actptittBil. Mrty Mr. John M. Mrltobferta, Jr., There were three juries out at ono .time Mum. Stbkui Maiuby and Mr a. K. 11 nlnnlml tutur tM trhli-l- i lxr thla mm- . TompkiBH went to liouiarilla Wdna-- mtn u u MO ... ,..,, on thia promisinK voniijr man and thoro were still otht r caaos aiminst him. tiny tti wh ItaiuliardU bloom again nl looks life it ia doing ita The cases against Win. Gaddig for Ih. J. T. IIohom k doina bta flrat duty best to get in two oropt in mn you1. is lolivious worship, Terry ilri;ht ana juror ami wlmt h lacka in "" broad rlotba Ml 85 for selliBKlhjunruniHwiully and two cases Kimr rora im-mad ap eum Jignitalc. Mint Jvux 1'bttok Ua lakna h por r mis; Hftyftxir inch all wool Tricotrt r)0 aaniiifei Crit .Smith for tbe latter offense tlou witli tlw liKiiavill Htoiand would rent& A flner and better atock of (irrsa were dismitrd. John Baker and John Stephens failed be kUmI U kav bur frianda mil on bar. pood can not b foaml any wborn and at to suit tbr times. W? aak yon to to appear, but each were asseaned a tlao Mum larria IIhj.m U Uw pioud poaaaa j pri ' hot of a boantiiul boras and pbarlou, a xamitAiaod corn)arc prices. SYrnca of $25 and given 10 days in jail. 1 he grand Hon. irom her nncle, Cajt. Uainca iMvaaat jury returned indictment auainat J. W. Lllsworth, iu two cases, (rnig. wo Mcanauu duk--a whim lanhtcrpl ..,. tt. is .for sranti larceny. He is the man a ho Sin, 1KMIad fttotlelime b tl loui-v- ll City t aae aftar h law put up money Ixiil recentJv ami as ho from K.u , (;01U, ,f t,(( k llarnawlNHnaaatiuaKiacraoaUli "' , l!ucwl t0 vigU n, u.e has not appeared, it will probably be for imda a. Khe fe handler than ayar. ,,0Mat feited to the talf. mWBlebt nMlwr of Cicero .Sinicle tou was indictttd for nm- lAhKiK r.. .M.iaii liaa awpwu people who do uot keep dogs U annoy Miaa licioiuly wounding Dutch Gooch and for u t(ool jioaiiion in h nullinary in Annfa-ton- . thoir neighbors miuht Im iMfrmltttsI to carrying concealed weajioris and both Ala., mid want tbenra from Ixiuis- enjoy a nSsht'ii rust. cases wore set for trial Vlllc lHt WtH'k. Tub linn of A. rrlwnsky As Co., of Marshal W. T. Saunders, who killed Mim .Iran BmiAXAJi, of Cmb occupied u box with thu llnldf which our old friend. Max Salinger, is a JuiIko Kgbcrt, was indicted for murder $iH),(XK) by lire Tuesdny laud his trial net for next Tuesday, the iiitinn nt tho flrnt pwrfnriimiica t)f .Sarah metuhtfr, Iost niKlit, Thoir uiaiiutactory of jeans Sth day. II. rnhnrdt, nt thu lmirtr.llu AutliUiri- Main Htruot, burned, urn. James P. l'Kiiley.circuitclork, reported Miw. IIi'rrMA.v and Mis Clyde, k witli their stock. There was an MloO collected on petitions, seals, Ac; yestoi-thol Lancaster, went to iiiijur.incn of about ?lt?,()00. it. II. Cooper, county elork, 'J,10:t.o0 on They were nccommnil tlilf far deeds, mortgages, marriiiK", liorso and Mas. SLY. Taiilkk, boitij: unable to lClkin and bv Miwea Mnttla wctiro a riMini on Main street binco the other licenses, and W. K. Ynnion, counlire at SlcKinney, has opoiUHl at her ty judce, iV.M on petitions and fines, I'iiok. T. M. Uoomcxu.MT, of the oillc rusidonco a handitoiue line of fall and which amounts less the commissions of .nHTintnilent of public inHtructinu, winter millinery, which she cordially wore niderod to be turned over to I. G. it atteiuMni! court. Hos.iyBlin and liin invites the ladies of SIcKinney and vi- Alfonl, trustee of the jury fund. wife are veiy pleaitiintiy situated in the Louisa of color, was tried iu cinity to examine before pine hnsiui;. -- t capital city. ono case for selliin; a minor liquor and Mil. T. V. tlKKii, stenographer and l.isiAsrKii hullered a disastroiiK lire the Commonwealth was bo badly beaten is h.it'k in thu ollke of Miw-tt'- r yesterday, as will be seen by the meagre that it disaiiRM'd the other S cases against of TrmiiH, Frank Harris. lli n the report from theio. dipt. Win. Mem-iloher. The case of Henry Loijan for shooting only man who can handle tho volumisays tho loss is very laro, as will bo peon when it is told that the insurance is Charley Groonleaf, at a nccro ball, occunous correspondence. Mil. A. K. 1'knsv attended the ad- f?i,lXW. Mcltoberts' tlru store on tho pied the court a day and was kivcii to journed meetini; of tho Chapter at cornur was sayed with jsreat dilllculty, the jury yesteiday afternoon. After-- a thifl week and also pirtiHpited in but tho stock was badly Uhcd up in tho short retiiement they reported their to ajjree, but the judge sent them bainptct ;iven the wholesale hum of moviim it. bi the back to their room with instructions to dniKuibta Tuemla V. O. Uradley show- stay until he Tin: K. O.-sent for them. Miu II. S. WiniKiw has returned from ed us a letter from (tener.il SIauap;r T. Sir. James G. Denny is assisting Clerk St. Joseph, Mo., where ho went to visit lis daughter, Mrs. J. V. MeAlister wlio (i. .Metcalfe, in which ho says that tho Bailey during court. RowWin. Gooch was tried iu another case is very happy in a lovely home, which is company is determined to put the first class condition. Al- - ytterday, this one for an assault on by two iiitorestinK chil land branch in lirinhtciiel J. havo taken K.Carson. The juiy gave him ilO and reatlv lll.OOO new cros.s-tio- s dren. mon. the lawyers attondiiiK court' tlt. m,e ( 0,j OIK.H ,uj m,w rails are for Homu reason, perhaps because his are Judjje W. 0. Hansford, V. It. Hans beiui; put where most needed. Col. lawyer, II. C. Warr.Mi, Ksq., proved him ford, JuiIko J. . SIcKerran, II. 11. Tom- - Uradley has been Irvine to uot an addi - jHl,.,i. ....,... ,ills ... ,1 0i1(,P hnson, J. V. Colver, John V. Dye, V. tional train put on thu road, but Mr. ...,., ,...,. Imil,flll,tl.v h,,.,,,.,,,!,.,! K. Cres", C. C. Williams anil F. F. Hob- - Metcalfe regiets that the business of the bitt liruni'li will not permit it at present. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Slit. Joux II. HnmiiT has returned SoMtTlMK since we noticed an item, from a viMt to his Iirotheis in Slissouri. Thomas A. Cook, of Fleming emm He hadn't seen them in 'JO years. When j from a Crab Orchaid correspondent to a tVf doped to Indiana with his mother- he was introduced to them under an daily paper, which tuiid tliat Sliss Li.io a woman of 00, and they were asMiiued name they didn't know tho ilif Adams had given bit th to a baby, the married. The bride's daughter had only parentage of whom was occasioning been dead ix mouths. ferenco till told. Sins. J. II. Hit. 1. iss, who has the drop considerable talk. Sliss Adams sends us A long courtship and engagement h', was tapped Tuesday and :!" pounds a letter to say that she doesn't think it- will happily consummate next Wednesof wider taken from her. She has to anybody's business', but to satisfy curi- day, when Sliss Iiura, the handsome osuv sue siaies uiui uie undergo this operation anoui once lerisa young of Sir (5 . C. Keller, Sr., of Har-yeand at one time more than .r gal-- man of more respectability and gentility r0li6i)UIjf wju imrry Sam McDow-Ion- s ,( ,0J, ,jft, Q hmu than the une who wrote her up for the of water were taken. (io0(, ,Ick , Slit. K. SI. Gooui, an enterprising newspapers. She further says if any-jliss Sadie Stockdale, a worthy is here as a wit-- body feels that ho is bound to know the y0,1(. merchant of Somerset, 0f Sluysville. married Johii ness in a case in the circuit court. Ho author of her ruin she can mighty sooni pjke) 0( Temple, Texas, Tuesdav. . is very much pleased with his new loca- - j toll him. neyvf in(t ',)(.l0r(. 'tiieir yt'i. Tpy A tramp printvr named ding day, their acipiaintanco being form-ho- t tion and says more people go to Somer-- j Un uot every day than show up ai "big Tallinan secured a day's work in tiiis ed through the personal column of the court" here. olllce and immediately went out and bo-- , Cincinnati Knquirer about two years r wan with intense regret that we KlW t(, H(, tho proceeds for liquor. Ho ago. l'ike is a railroad clerk and conies bade adieu to our brother mid Inibiiiocs WI1H lu,wliiiK tlrmik last Tuesday nigjit' well recommended, but wo would not manager, .ir. r.. ,. niiou, ieuiiesiiu, , ewiaml ran lu Mnrahal in. He advise voting ladies to trv Sliss Stock- when ho left for Atlanta with the inten spent the night iu the cooler and next dale's method. There isn't one chance tiouof going into lnisiness near theio morning when the otlieer started to take in a hundred for such acquaintances to with his brother, T. It. Walton, who had lum and Snnui Clans D.dton, who was turn out well. made him a Haltering o'.I'er, knowing also jailed for being drunk and disorder-- ' 5; A score of drunken miners, that he hud grown tired of dunning de- lv, before tho judge with old Santa in linquent subscribers. We fear that the tramp bringing up tho P"V from Whitley county, Ky., crossed LsTUtioit Join.v.M. will make out poorly rear, Charlov Caison whispeied to him: ho State line at Jellico with the express without him. His popularity got it ma- "Say, pard, you'd better git." The old purpose of killing City .Marshal J. IMIol-many now subscriber and his easy wav of took the advice and standing not! Hngswoith, but ho opened lire and wing- thorn made many n man pay upon the order of his going, went at '' two of them, one of whom, Henry getting at o ollort was made to catch li m Martin, will die who perhaps didn't intend 10. He was once. It is estimated that the hop crop not only the life but nluiost the main but that didn't stop the h.edu of his stay of tho olllce, as he could turn his (light. He siiook tlio dust of the town now beiiif: gathered in Washington will hand to anything. We only hope to from hirf feet in double quick time and brim; to the grower $l,r.()0,000 in clear have him back some day. one could have almost played marbles jirolits. The hop lice were tluVuteuing on the tail of his weather beaten coat. these protlta very seriously, but so far CITY AND VICINITY. Poor old follow! He is like all the rest the gruwers are ahead and hut little FtiTKEX pieces all woolplaide, 10 inch- of his ilk. Their lust cent goes for drink damao has been done by tho insects. The cost of crime iu tho Tiu'tcd In nt- es wide, at 50 cents; a bargain. Sever nm) il ta renllv but. littln Kingdom is very heavy. The annual to help them. tempt ance As Son. Hain-litoa, tepmred tit A. wartiiiiPii. vw promptly on bund utoruiux It Mit tlmt fvrtruf diobirtd stores and at V o'clock pat the Machinery of "' lanoasWr were ib pn petty ol Mstt. bin court in motion tiy nelctint( Mi ts. o. n r Philip, of thi count v. .... geutlttimjn lor tho standing jury: Bouon, i. W. KiftV, J. H. of,'-T.J- . Ukoiiok Iksiltok bottaht lot W. II. MUler u Whitby ?na for' Vuuiig, A. C. KoMmud, . Y. Hoot, (J. EiBAviMtj beautifully ni arthrtfctiljr C. UiYsas, Iteurga W. Kvana, J. Uitsek, Rti'1 wilt bnild on it. oneut A, K. rVnny V R. L. i'oriar, Cicero iieyuoida, Arch Voir Mtcuuut is now wdy. rJi.NKSTn hi all Kradaat fairly good A. U. IVnnv. tili it. I J. M.riirwtd, J. M. MeKoberta, j blanket at H avb your wstrb, clock Mid II per puir, bad couforU from Jr., filford Meaner, J. it. t 1. All Tur-ada-y )toheh -- 2. 191 KiMMitca si Rowland yea tti di fiortoMRi of KMiTWilr tpoeM Rtiiond shaped piiotogrsptt nt 75 ents jttst itemed m W. H. JfrltobwU'. H?r doseB. HI frank Lot titer. W.ihi. A good forta batti; mini Ciitu-iSi. Morrow cob will J. E. Brttue. Count. -- 'i pi IWIIII . , r Jal(T. U vaiton. hu. That's what olhrr merchants say of the business voir i, FIe n, H. Peony'. ilr3 ', 7; '5 cents up. j .vfrnca 4 Hon. Hi, THE EtOUISlhtXE STOM31 Values ignored Vtfaiu ". - in; dnnr hi rin, But wo. are satisfied and the people are satis'find. Monday morning. 1r s, - WE WILL HAVE U0 RIVALS! The Louisvitle Sloi'e, is without a- peer in ifiis and surrounding town s. Cloth' in$, we are unloading now and valn.es are lost sight of. The special lead' ers are .Mens' Ymi.tlis' a.nd. Children' 1 nnevrnnla Di.r slnnlt. ?e 7in..nwi. II OUllny ana we are going to cut U down. JLvery linn g in this department reduced to bargain prices. Dry Goods. Dress Goods. .Notions, Cloaks, Shawls, Blankets. Comforts. Boots. Shoes.j Hats. Cans. Furnishhu Prnnrlst- j P.nvnnt.s n.nrl nil ..,. .. v w w .j lw H'l tWV S W M. Jib wk ft yas-tanla- y ! Clotis at red.uc.e.d nriees. GJV'EX AWAY:- - To eachcustomer who buys $20' 's worth of goods from us one Fine .Rocking Chair It is not necessary to buy all these goods at the same time. Come in and get your book and we will keep acco'mt of your purchases. ZEJG-O--S -- - . - wv r M n A.2T:D A. ZCA-TECjUZ- S al Bought at the highest market vrice. 1 , Lt Main Street, Stanford, Ky, THE LOUISVILLE STORE I'RBAKSKY, Proprietor. 8 AND MANES AND GAUllfEL, Managers. t: h j I STEEL BOILERS, Stationary, Upright and Horizontal. and Portable. All sizoB up to power. Semi-Portabl- e . 26-hors- e Cab.-bmyb- k Uncqualed in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. Write fur Frv Illustrated lUmplctx unit ymir ant to 'jilSa .,, I TX2K 'FV cost of the police force nmounts to nenr-l$:?,000,001, the annual cost of prisons $',000,000 and the annual cost of reformatory anil industrial schools fJ.000,000 The cost steadily increases. Gi'.deroy Wells GriHin, Pnitod States Consul.to Sydney, New South Walet, died iu Louisville. He was 51 years old and had been in the diplomatic service til years. KKW JAMES LRFFEL 83 0 ORK CUV SPKINCiHr.I.n, (IHIO &,., . Or-I'linr- W cloth-imat7ll- DHXXGGXST &NJ3 rJKBrH3uEH, O-i- y. Complete Line of School Books, School Mnrj-Hiiphe- Supplies, Gib-ton- , type-write- r, g, Newest Styles in Fancy Stationery and Tadlets. ITqv7 liivory Stablo. I'he Best and Purest White Lead and Oils; Livery W rlfer to the public a are running in connection with our Ready Mixed Paints and Neat's Carriage Paints; which and Confectionery. Our terms are very rrMin.il'!i- and our turnout arc all new ami iu Largest and Handsomest Line of Sil- -' vliipe J W. CAKKII.KA. I'KTKEV. Rowland, Ky. AnVKUTISEJIENTS. firM-chs Stii-l- le vr (JriH-rr- - Kc--l im u WAITTBD. An Active, Energetic Man Who is familiar with farm irk an I to do all kinds ' And JKWKLRY in the city. A reliable of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. Watch-Make- r -- verware, "Watches, Clocks ? Lou-ihvill- o inn-oilit- y implements. To Kor Canvass Lincoln County three months, liepnuiiiij e)l a Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, day and night. Col. NToemher st, :md Special Implement Needed by Every Fanner (i ioi B.K.&W.H.WEAREN Headquarters For I In the county and w.iijon application Addrc wi orse uent to furnish hi referi'mci required with the 1 i.i. B. F. AVERY & SONS, 07-- it Stoves, LOl IS II.I.K. KV ITOTXCE. I Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves, Stoveware, Stovepipe. ! I in-la- .la-tf- r Ciiinmittinucr of the Lincoln Circuit Court and prove Mich iluiins on or hrtore the 31st day of October, i&ii. Hv orderof ihu'Luicolu he Circuit C. M. UAVISON', above tleJac Ion .Master Com'r 1. 1. C. Oct. ti, imi. lien Kich- Hen Kichardkon's Admr. Kc, l'ltf., In Kiiuty. .irilknn'ii llrs., .X.c, I lefts All creditor luvini; unpaid claims against thu entitle of lieu Iticharduiti deed , are heieby notified antlAvaarnil to appear befoie the unileri;ned iutoln Circuit Couit. 'itr'i- 11 1111 .lnni-lita- r ar 1 ' ' Public Salo. The uiilerugiiiil, as Administrator! nf Mr Liiciud.i Mjern, deceased, will sell to the highest bidder at public outcry on the premises lour miles east of D.ilisillo, on the Stanfortl ptt-e- on , ' 1 .y XQj w i Vvl? f.ff.WT :'& ' 4 H0BT. F23XZEL, Dralerlu. i Wednesday, Nov. 4, 1891, At 100'clocV a in, the pergonal property owned b) the decedent at the tl lie of her death, counut- ni .1 llou.elioia ami Kitchen furniture, rarnii: 4 stack of Hay, Is Acres of Com i'i j , HlfV WV 1 Hep 1 mm, clocks m mmi (Stanford, Ky.) J. N.MKNEFEK the I J it stock Hog, 2 yearliu'C at Horse, t Prill, t Mower, a Tikrr tie, Hay Hate. Plow. Vpin and Plow Harness Steers and llcifirs, 7giKKl wort. field. 5 Cow, Hull, S 111 Term liberal and annouliced on day of sale S L COOK 1). MYKKS. K (o-t- d 4nliifsfWMsjliS5' tX tit MfcLs-- ' All Work Warranted. 1 RepairinjT neatly and promptly done. Ailinihiiritcr. will take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. Iine Watclics a Specialty. MS. FMM imiiEES'irc rUKUtlASlWU AUKT, princi-frontandt- Chicago, 17 : : : : Illinois. Am I'oit-Ofl- : l'lyiiiouth I'liceor ? n 14. Wentrtli Stanford Lumber Yard, 1 he best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. 11 1 ii e per ent Remit bv Oroer, Postal Note, New York Kvctian,;. or by I'xpre. Oppoituiiitiea lor bjr;aiiit tit all lme ol ool- utKiirpalsed tj 1111 CommUsioii - IAL1IBE1, LATH, HNS1 HOMEOPATHIC SALVE, SASH, FLOORING, DOORS, CEILING, SHINGLES, KL1NDS, SIOING, Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. I Cere cut, brinies, old Korea, skin diseases, corns, bunion, pile, hstul.i. scratches, halter Wheroer It has burns, dew poison and bruise been used it has given wonderful natisfacnou and its piopcnsity tor remount: soreness is remarkable. Numerous testimonials will be secured and will nppe.ir in thi spaco at later date. Made nd Mild by jS.iyr J 11 II IOOINS, Stanford, Ky. 11 WOVEN or building. WIBiE -- &.1TD CX.ASS ktTMBEB FIRST designs and specifications before letting our Examine -- We carry a full stock of everything found in a SLAT FETICH. your contract AHJD. SINK & MENKFEK, Stanford, Ky. .. .N. j-lLA V aU. .Jj fr.V Ll SSSSSSm tr- - Tfryf !L'Jfl Semi-Weekl- y InteriorJournjl In VtmT Mote Madt t Hear. overy sure prnlijnit-ix- l strniTirle hnrw Publlsbext Bvery TtiftftdAy anil P.r Uay been made aifnlnat tlwifnes: then bare li?iut spsvial ph jfi!ii'!, rj 'tr-i- l instru-- AT ments unit Kptt'i.il rt'iiit b" for tht ear. J'KU V3CA.lt. IX A.ID A.XOIR The seonstie comet f Ir. Larfey, to bttcontitiloil in the hair; ths atrWhen nt.t so paid S3 BO !! esv.ario4.- -I Hoou.ttio btll of li. It.inl, ucouxlic tnlxs. dilating tniM nrtifui;.! iwn of metal, K.G LOCALJIME OARD. ttilkstmi joittit rrh, iiliihoix. iiurt- Train nave Rowlanu at 7 oo . m., roturalnr; onlar niionihiun. crmchen. artificial inps lor me at 5 10 p ni irwi.mniiaii'. fven nse of ladies, lisve hd at diver limes l.&U. LOCAL TIME CARO. " n Mail tr (ingoing N firth ..It o pat the nmviiiKS'mont was wade a South ....i 14P few days KKoili.it a new actrastir ln.rn " houtr Kxpres. train ..I " North ... 1 47 ASS liiwl Wtn fotitid which not only en.iMed ,...6 JO t Local Freight North South ... jwpm the deaf to hrnr, hut which diiuiiiiatied 'Die latter trains lo curry paivanfars and evtn comiuerutl The above is calculated oa staadard time, Solar The Mriparat tw is coni posed of it large time ii about to minute fader l)ell of enameled metal, united br a rcptilition inre or !( as Ft-nal- lj, !)) icfnm Cokls and Coughs croup, soro throat, bronchitis, asthma, and hoarseness cured by fiyors Cherry Pectoral emergency medicine. It should be in every the safest and most effective jrtitta perchn tube, about fifty centimeters in length, to a littitt hom tnbe with Knfta petvlut, which extends winewhal beyond it. The tnle in cov ered unbuilt) by a light tnff intended to arrest all foreign vibrations. The little tube penetrates into the auditory o and touches the tymauuin. Tluuiks to this, not n soihkI, not a breath is lost on the tmtieiit, and no matter how little bearing remains to tho snbjtjct Ire lM?rceives sounds ami noise: that is to say, vowels and consonants, and Anally lio even hears words. The mm mis ar clear, without bunting, without resonance and with n remarkable intensity. iv-e- Many years ng. when prinisxl music whs dearer than it is new, a plain, quiet old man. evidently fmm the etntntry, went into a music store and aakeil to see u certain book of tunt-- t The clerk laid before him an oblonx volume, with two tunes on a imjre. a book familiar to old lime choir singers. The old man drew out of his coat tail 'socket an ancient yellow fife, and opening the book at tue drat page began to play softly, turning the leaf with careful Anger as each jwf was finished. The clerks, very much atnosed at first, grew weary of tite droning noise after time, and one of them, waiting till a tane was ended, ventured to aay, politely: "Do yon think yott will take tbo book, rfr? Does It seem to suit youf The fife was lowered, and the player, looking over it at the youth In mild said gently "1 cannot tH. have ptaywl only half the times.," aud he placidly tttraed unother leaf. Youths Companion. 1 CftHtlftn. Duoklsn's Arnica Salve ii Tli, l.,n ul.t n th tui 4. bruit f Ores, ut. rrs, alt rhrua, fVver srea, taller, chaa-pe- d handi, rlnlMama, Lome and all ahla trup lion. 11.1 ul.r iv cures pica, or tin pay rctur od It it nnatantred to jnvr perlrrt aalssfactior, v itanford Female College, J. M. HUBBARD. Pull or money Pot aale by A. K. P.nnv, Stantocu, Ky. ieliuiui rrnr .t irnli per boa. A. M., President. T.S9r. , ouiaptniri, l old., upon tb.lv nJilmn' If yms are.inited sv.th I. a tjnppa ami nl u tni rvtn ludiiectioaa, g'vin it a fair trial edy aiidrxprrinrc aobrtteSt. you may return the hot We make Ik- nml have your mooey retnBdf'l this firr herantr of the wonderful Mtcce of Dr New IHacover dutuii; last seaoti' Kmi'!. Kinu' C.Mifh ami 1 1 Ouaranteetl Oar for La Orlppe. We ni'thi rie our advertised druy ;n t sell you Nc IMsovrry i..t ( Dr. Fail Session Tucsclay, September xt, corp.a rx,,-ll( 11 ! I I N n An. 'mu dcpirtram h 1 it icsa Catal i,'iii 1' r 10 ri r ii'wi hi I fi ' I n'i.1 hi turriKhed on ippli. atlon Pho Old .Beliable '"'-"-'"S- m store lr it Trial bott!c free at A. l.ame if vu acw Si. Have heard ol ao m R hih it failcil rnny'a druii Coid looka are asor thatt Skta dep. .'ependmn up.ii a lie lihy coaditum of ait the vital oeaiiv l the l.v.r be inai tivr you have a b Imas lock, il your tinmai be di.rdered ynit have a d)p-pti- ' look att: it vour kidncya le alfctr4 you hava a Vrurr your health and you iH ,ivigol looks. Klectric Hitlers it the great al s tcratisc and tonic, acts ilimtly rn iliee titalor-(anI" u res piaiplrs blot. he1., boils and git's a Sold l A K. Penny s ilruj. Hood O'tiiplcsi-.store, so cents per .lle 11 I Ooodtioeka. I I X sc ' JrrelIE is. tie Lead. A. R Penny Has the largest and &. StaW I waa. . MOST COMPLETE STOCK OP Watchi'S and Jewelry ever shown In Sunford at prices as low a the lowest. Remember that I have one of the best watchmakers in the State, who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repttiring. Ion't have to send job to the city. Kngraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is so!ic-tguarantee satisfaction. A U. PENNY o paa-sag- At Snoli a 3loiuol Tito. K. R. GBNTRY ta s Candidal lor Sheriff of t.iaroln reuatv. sub ject to the ai lioa ot the Drmocrallc party. .1 l8o. r. HIKINEPJSK, -l tloa a Sheriff. SuMt.t Is a raidiiiata for re10 the action of the densocrac). Utectioa Nov iew iork ltlegrnm. Olio .if IVrryN ETiR OrV Li rUlVmile, fr.mi - S"i, depot. p I 17 QA s ltNT i ke. J A escotlset farm nnroved, lot acres, on 0-i sv. Mil lltlt t , vacated by Or. An imiMHlant relic of the war of 1812 family. hrts jnet been unearthed at Perrysbnrg. It is the lower ixntion of the hull of the Dr. Ayer hloop Porcupine, one of the nine small Loweli, iYZass. vessels built by Commodore Perry ou Lake Erie, and with which he achieved his jjront victory over the British squadA. 3. ron, hnowu in American history a Perry's 1ctory. Perry's nine vessels" g SUKGKOy IIKNTIST. of the Lawrence, his ilagship, of OUlec on Main itrtet, over W. II, McKoberti' twenty guns; the Xigara, twenty guns Drug Store, Stanford. the Caledonia, three guns; schoonei Ariel, four; the Scorpion, two: the R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. of two guns and two swivels; ths hloops Trip, Tijrreas nml Porcupine, one DENTIST. gtm each. Office on Main street, opposite Portratin Home, Tlie Porcupine was taken to Detroit, upstair. NitrousUxiileO.it given for puiulets where, in 1S30. her upper works were reextracting. STANFORD, KKNTUCKY. built aud her name chamred to Caroline. Kventnally nhe was brought to Grand r. Haven mid Miilei by Captain Harry Miller. Iu (he early llftics slits was aet PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, adrift iu Grand river near the month. STANFORD. KY. The current carried her out into Lnke Michigan, but u west wind blew Office In Udil Kellnwa' lluildinx, up atalm. Office hours 7 to 8 n m , i lo j i. n , ; to t p. in. back iu u day or two. ami she was afterward refitted and sailed a seitMin or two. Finally, about the year I8.V1, Mie was alDE. W. 13. lowed to sink, head ou, at Ferrysburg. Her remains will be taken from tho IdcilliSt. water and projierly cared for. Grand " Office South side Main itrwt, in ollice recently llapids Ddinocrat. 1.. K. Vnst. BStic-Gras- Fann for Sale one-half FARMS & Dealers HARDIN, In- - J. C. & Oo One hundred ai d sevnty-eith- t and acres ol iruodland, in a high state ot cultivation. A largre, aplendki new barn, twn good cabiasaad othe, OBthonar. Will sell cheap Thia laad lias S railea fraaa RMtaevilte, Ky. . P. hTAOO, 5SuafoH, Ky. -j PRICE, con-6iin- $1,000 Schoolboy (to laaster. who has lost hw foothold) suppose there won't lie no school tomorrow, Mister Wulker? 1 OoiribL. Staple andFauey Grocer e 7 Queen- s- Glass- - arxl Tinware. SEB CVU-iR . 3otn-mcr- s, We offer fin-- sale privately tw Acres o Land A saile south ol (' O ob the Somerset ruad. It ha a dwelling and one sure hoaseaad bars, so a. res la timber Oood or. har J and plenty ol water Call on or addrcaa us it CraS Orchard. Kt . KliKG A.2TT IdX3J3 OF LAMPS. CAR-LOA- D U.im BAIN .V COLLIER" Life. A Siiiull Mini. Good Parra 20: Farsa m 3alo. A it., tat 14s FRESH OF KANAWHA SALT II. C.lNmmclley, PENNY, Huffman, Stanford, Ky. SDR. JOHN M. CRAIG, Homeopathic Physician, STANFORD, OlTlce Hours ... iu to i us - KKNTUCKY. to . 4. to p in. Ollice on ..'r street, opposite court houte. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD. KY. CM-- Capital Stock-Surpl- y&su 00,000 I6,I500 Attention of the uubik 11 invited to th fact that tani tlie mly National i.anv. in Stanford. National BunV Act. I Uwlc r the provuioni of the tleiHMttori are aecurett not only Ijv by the capital the Mockholdcri liaWlitv tor en st t. but m ' at equal to the JKxk, so that depoUort of tins 5ti'..iw re tecurea By a luna 01 vioa,mo ofthocunditinn of the bank ivc s.k. rn Uulted arrnudrci licartotheexamined State i;orrn-lilcare at atated tiHhs nd it" br ctf.ernmert 4CeaU. thua Miiinns addititoaal depotitora. iiety to ,n'l(i'rfei TI". institution, orurinriily etablished at the JlepoMt ll.inW of Stanford i a ijJ, theo ed as thft N'atmiial KanV. ol Stanford 111 1S65 and Klnt NsitMinal Itank of ncatn Manturd m tbta, hat had practically siu mtmter-ruptxilnciof t your. It U bt'tter supplied jv ith iacUitIeforlraniriiiiKbu4inespro4npt tt a' d liberally than ever before in it lone; and n rible career An ounts of icrporatlons firm, and indoiduaU re.pectfully soli1 nt ikt 1 ed 1 ridu-.rrf- is, was dead. It was five feet in length and had nine rattle."" Opening r tint IluNo eiKiiu, What ho, ,e epicures of Iri.-d-i birth! large rattlesnake that luwl coiled itself around the bed prings. After a doadly .Vlily S"eHtHilwl. ftrugglewith this monster rattler the There was only one jaocw of trfe left on king snake went out in the vard and n the plate, aud Willie's mother irrud tome kind of weed to kill the ikhmmious tho visitor to take it. He declined, hnt bites. After taking the medicine tho hho insisted. Willie had had king snake returned to the house and this was more than he could no ine.and stand, lu continued the battle until thomttlcaiiake a voice of bitter .arcasm he howled out: "Keep on worryiu him, maw! Keep on worryiu him! He'll take it after awhile!" Chicago Tribune. Sloi Vn ami who weighs scarcely more aay oae wlshlaf so parchaas. Apply ta than sixteen ounces for each year of his J. RRIOIiT. life. He called at the I muse the other day after a lengthy from the city and took n grwtt interest iu Hurry. fked him questions, told him stories, complimented him on becoming a "big Lot on Main Street in Stanford boy lor hi age," and gave him a nickel. Containing i antes, After the old gentleman had taken hw r R WAI. rON.Sianlord cais eay. departure Harry sat very still for a long time, ami tinally his mother, noticing . OITL-rtho unusual quiet, inquired what ho win thiuking alioat. In reply he ufcked: Having puiflio. the inlerrst l.ooklns for Kulllori. "How old did you any grandpa was?" pirin-t- , Mr. W R M, "rirson.I itf m a f.irmer ask "Tho King Snaku Story" is tho head-iu- g , s ati- ..I the pairoiwiie .( the people of HxUnd "Ho is ninety-sixHarry." under which an Alabama contempoa dsKitilty. I will ntiuue trie cash husiucts "Say, mamma." said the little chap w'n h the firm ofllllnn ,V Mcl'hers started .. it rary prints tho following: "VolmvebHn with a puzxled air, "isn't ho awfully to il 1. .vd think. an easily prove why it will 'r infomiud that about ono mouth ago, in hent n. tal to both uir lu.Knmissil asr.clf ror i ihe.e prictM, ao postads krranula instasce Morgan county, while u man and his 6mall for his gT' Detroit Tribune. ted vujrar for Ji. Arou. hle's tcotfre is cents per wife were sitting out on tho veranda and all other gads in proportion Abo pwii. l'rnl:ilily a lliinho .SIihtit. ..n hand at all liases lumber and hiiilM lor Into in the afternoon, their attention A rail faced man nieliesl up to n quiet lute sale . . J II. IIII.IOX, was nttrctel by the appearance of a old (?sr Kolaad, Ky. largo Icing snake ou the steps a few feet fenitl: gentleman in City Hall jetrk aud away. They were jterfectly quiet, and "How do yon tlo. Mr. JnueaT tho snake crawled up the stejH until it "ISxcusv me. but yon have the atlvan-tag- e reached the ton; then it held its l.ea.1 of nil!." up, as much as to hay, 'Can I come in?" "aire you nut Air. JonesT They remained jierfectly still, and the arANFOKD. KY., "No, sir: yon are mistaken: my name snnko took it for granted that the sileitce is Smith.' JQSICPII COFFISY, gnvu couKiit, w it procwded to onter "Are you snre' the hall and crawled leihnrely along "Of course I am. Von aninieixkeii.'fe until it reached a laMiroom where rise Hotel, remvaie4 aad relurnlshed, is "Are von IJOIte certain, Air. Smith, door stood ojieii. It enteretl the door, say charge .ad I to inai 11 in UOt J on kn.M lIUStNken.' 'uot only maintain ittotaftd 10 casaduct it sotoasadd high but making its way under the bed. .nay you not tie air. Jones arter all, Air. to Hi Icag ll.t ol frtrnda. nulstm, ariaataMela- - ' Special "Here the king snake pounced on n Smith:" Texas Sifting. tionslnr c MMOierrtal Iraeleri aad fine iniiBM (in (.4 year.- -, Harry, who Uvea on wish to sStl privately Fourth aveuue. has n grandfather who sitaatrd lUdtllaa mirth otBay has attained the unusual age of uinety-ei- . Danvillaaake. WUItalM nt Hs akawiaat Acres the to -- fs L&& t. 1C. t hr ab-en-ce POK SAIdEI ajcgL'ijffifta' r. ttli .Si """"VslA 1 Viiik, t tiiruinisti, Type-Writin- C). Book-keepin- g, Short-Han- d, g, Telegraphy, F02L CASH! 1 1 lib-r- at Business Practice. Correspondence. Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic. Penmanship and all Business Branches. Estnbllshod 1802. Iancenii tl,urililtnt Twelve Iitatrtirtonc l'p with the tlrm I iu lli.ir.utily for IIunIiu-PumuIU. Hh the tMiinileiu-- of Hie IIismhivms ihr M(,iilr,,t ore u ifemiimf iri re ifir, in eeurdi einjmenr. TllH(.nuiiiitiity cliuigtd aro ivnaoiiulde Ihwnl enn lw hail In the city ut low llicurr. Iay nnl Night lhit u prvaitsvs. Invntiiiutioiiautieiu-dcul fureuUilogue. C W.McGEE Phincipal , . 1 For Sale 6 I iosti-:i- . Thi. notice In, warns huaiers, Satmroiri. ai others n.t to tte.pau oa ostt laavds wHhout , ,r asitwoa. as ail m,k will he prosecuted lo il est eaier.t ut the la Signed 1 ! Twenty Kiiiltliar IotN ta ike corporate limits a KoUud Ii I. PAKST. KinelaadU I - 4 C. ) k H.SIHKliWAMii'ikr BktCL. PORTiMAN HOUSE i'Sm - I'ro'r. 'ipi'ilr . . 1: SlWauaVMr-alcCaiO- & 'ICS, ICE ' Under I ! I . ver ice . ach ariri.nf as (. in And. W" 50 Pound 1J cenU, over 50 and under 100 i coat, over 100 ji ola ctnt. thedispioy rAtrnWm. M. F. ELK KAOl'H-WJiJlH'i- 'o I illiuan etihule.l rtiirTet teper and Pull m.B linnet Chair Cars on all iraiax k chHge. thia.. witl.outm.n lio v.a Hiand get the llest I r ii, ira.i K. r .nformatioa adJres rioney ' s HKKI k.O I' A., tl.i. a.i il CHl'-sHD V A.I m.tllr I if & CO., A ji-tt First-Clas- s Saloon JOeKfH COITh Stanford, irn,,'i Ky. And BILLIARD and POOL KOOMS attached. NOTICKTOTHIC. - Kentucky GentralR.B. "Jti.ij.. Tno c.Jt.v-- T1UVELIXG I have PUHLIC. with V ' VV . Tii llrlnf. "Do yon understand how to fix up my Listen to the gladsome tidings that tho J. W. llaydn, atnaroid; first cropof duUeforthoMNiionof 1881-- 0 hair.-- asked a lady to her nuwly hired A S. II llau(hm;ta, I.1M0I11; has arrived and is awaiting your enger colored servant. . M. J. Miller, Ml. Ycrnen; "Yes, ma'm; I kin fix it up in ten min First-clas- s purcnase. i Irom the rocks of b T Harris, Lincoln; and all along tho Oahvay and utes." S llncker Stanford; J. "You will never tlo for 1110. What And olTr the services of it to the publa Ilrand Sligo coast it conies. G. A. Lackey, I.inoaln; new vthulcs and frvsh blooded horse, make in) would I do with myself all the rest of stable compare with Tho dulse, or dillisk as tho real 1' P. Hill.Stanford; tho day?" Texas Siftings. call it, is unusually plentiful W O. Welch, Stanford. Tho Best in Country. and of o.xtni tine flavor this fall, and W. 1. Tate, Stanford Give me a call. "I Dinner P.e.uljV" when stewed with plenty of milk and OI'KU'KRS: V W. GREKN, I'roprtetor A bright littlo tot, who was impatient AL. BURNS, Manaser butter it will make a dish fit for a king. J. S. Hocker, President; Jjhn J. MaKd'jsrtS Cashier, A quart of it looks like a choice assort for her dinner, kopt running to tho dinA (1 Lanham A. A. Mc Kinney, Annum Cashier ment of faded morocco leather scraps, ing room to see if tho table was spread. John II. Cattleman At last hho rushed buck jubilant, saying, but it is like tho proverbial singed cat, and no ono who knows its taste minds "Tho water is in tho pitcher now, mam ma, and let's go in and looks. The or Co. itsgeneral tonic stowtho broth it makes is Harper's Young People.begin on that." Banfc& a for system, and espeOK STANFORD, KY., cially good for dyspepsia; but men from Onn That Itlllklna l'rnctlrc. the "onld sod" sty further that it enWilkins Deforo you strike u man see Is now fully orcanucd and ready for busmen with larges tho heart, emiches tho brogue and that ho deservife it. the Paid up Capital of Billkins Pooh! I have $200,000. enlivensYork feet of all who partake of it. better rule Xew Herald. than that Surplus, . - - 15,000. Wilkins What is it. pray? An Improved shirt. SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL Billkins Seo that ho is smaller than An idea as old as the hills is gaining HANK OK STANFORD, & CASTLEMAN recognition how, after having failed you. Yankee Blade. " (Now closing up) with the same assets and under persistently. 1 speak of tho idea of tho the same management. A Nil til nil Inference. MANAGERS, Ily provisions of its chatter, depositors arc at "coat blurt." This is a garment which ? Willie Do you like milk, Mr. fully protected as aie depositors ill National iu most respects does not differ from the Commerce Building, Louisville. Hanks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of their stock ordinary dress shirt. It has no claim to Staylate Not particular!-- , my littlo Agents throughout the South. therein at the par value thereot, in addition to the novelty in nppearaJico when it is worn. man. Why tlo you ask? amount insetted in such shans It may actas administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as Tho advantage is in tho putting on. Tho ric:utor. says you Willie an individual garment does not go over tho head, but until tho Sistercomo home. never leave W. A. THIBBLE, Local Ac-caTo those who entrusted their huisinesi to us cows Now York while mnagiiiK the Lincoln National Hank ol is adjusted iu tho same way as an orKin. Stanford, we we heie tendrrour manv thanks and dinary coat. It is closed behind and STANFORD. KY. trust they will continue to transact their business lly Teleur.ini. open in front. It is being put with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' etpenence in upon the market this year, and its future Jono?, of Clilcro. foil In love banking and as liberal accommodations as aiccon-sutrWith a maiden from tit. I'aul. TO TAX-PAYERlooks brighter than ever before. In with sound hanking Whom tie mot but once at tier father's . is not unknown alreadv. but swelldom it house, Remember that the new Revenue Law ihiiiium DIHtCtOI.S a penalty ol sis per cent, on all taves not paid beWhc.u on u business cull. it has never gained wide- popularity. J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon, fore the first day ef November. Therefore, for New York World. Jones was an nctlro business man, J. M. Halt, Stanford; the convenience of all who have not already settled, I or one of my deputies will du. S. Owvley, Stanford; Aud little lime hud ho J. ring the month ol October meet )ou at the AVr Drink h Oo.mI lleul of fullYr. For itmrtlnc, so bo pressed his suit ;) S. J. Kinbry, Stanford named placet Hy electricity. The United States ranks high among J. E. I.) on, Stanford; Crab Orchard, Saturday, October 17th and Sat- urday,3ist. A. V. Carpenter, MilledgevtHe; the coffee drinking nations, being sur"Itttshof work. No tlmo to write. Waynesburg. Friday, Oct. 13d and Friday, joih passed by Belgium and Holland alone. Will you have me? Wheur" J. K.llaughmtn, Hustonvillc; Highland, Thursda, October 19th. Flashed liU lovo ncross the wires, J. K. Cash, Stanford; Kiugsville, Saturday, October aath. The average consumption of coffee per Scorning Ink and pen. Huston ville, Saturdays, October 17th and list. William Gooch, Stantord, Ky. inhabitant in this country last year w.13 McKinney, Fridays, October ith and 30th. eight and a quarter pounds, while that The in.tlden read it and replied. S.H. Shanks, President. Milleitfeville. Saturday, October 14th. With all the cpocd she knew, Mt. Salem, Thursday. October ajth. J It. Owsley, Cashier of tea was but one and s -WIU bo in Chicago to unito e steJ'Will every day. at the W. M. rtrtght, Teller. pounds. Coffee it the national beventgo Tomorrow at half past two." J. N. MENEFKK. J. II. llaujhnun, General Sheriff Lincoln County. of tho Uuitcd States. Chicago Tribune. Crarjdall In Life, Krueat Llndcll " The Director) of thi Hani, is composed ol T.J 1'oslci, of Staufunl; roteitti Kind, I.iMcnlacmiRty ; cit. oiened in coa. tin Motel, the ' QajlD Newi,n,t (lhl X a siiuO U'JL rHS ' Shorust nnl Quickest Routo from Centriil Kwh'm-ic- v to nil points North :m Knt, Wont ,i Fn , th-Wo- st i luivri-- i Unjj botwswn Luxtnjfton nnd ClnclnTHkOrOH TJt.IN CINCINNATI lO aad J KLLIC. SCHFDULK IN HFFKCT MAY la.iigi. South-HouBd- - MYXIHS KOXJSDS. Washington, PhiladoiphJo All points halt and SnutheaM Only one m;hl jut Irom 1 evintos. Cot re td line Card in KWect May Ii. i.,i ICllHt Itotiml. rati Mail leaves lslniftoa daily ai 7 it am Win. bo.lerS jj, Mt Slerlia; ,j, Olive Hill 10 4c Ashlaml u 15 pm, Catlcltsourg is l, arriving at Huntington ij.yipm Limileil Kxpreas leaves lsingtim dailv at 6 15 pm, Winchester 7 ou l Mt. Stethai j ju, Olive Hill 003, Ashland 10 jo CatletUburg 10 j, arriving at Huntington at 11 07 pm Accommodation, daily, rscept Sunday, leaves Lenigtoii at s pm, 1n1 better - 10, Ml. bter-1"arriving al Olive Hill at 10 pm 7 Accommodation, dallr except Sunday, leaves Islington at 11 team. Winchester is to'pm. Mt Sterliug t 05 pm. Daily leave Olive Hill am 4 Ashland S4S am, Catlettthuig a 111, atrives Hunt o 15 am. ington ews A Mimv...ii Valley Co , holid Yralibulea I rams to K. D. MID n-s- D.ui-dore- n I.iverStable, tho Baltimore, Now York. . No. I. F.x .VoTs I No , oj-i- yr Farmers Trust ROYAL of;uverfooi.. Sbb, Daily ' Kx. sUn LveCincisnaU ... 8 10 a ra g 00 p nil J w P in Lve Covington. 818 a ml t og p m Lve Falmouth.. 9 j am 916 pm . .. 11 Ih a m,i8 13 p m 6 to p m Arr Pans o p m 11 mi p m Arr I.exiagloa . 6 15 I.ve Paris m il as a ruj 6 jo o tn Arr Winchester.. it 10 p ml '. Arr Itichmeud 7 JS p .. ' 15 P mi Arr Lancaster. .. 4S P m p m Arr Stanford . ..... . Lve Richmond "IS P m Arr Livington. . 3 i$ p m ,.. t Lve Mlddlcttiero ii P m v " 7opia t Xpin )po u J '.', North-Houn- d. No. 4. No. a. No6 insurance Company, 11 BAKBEE Stay-late- t, en-tire- ly ut S. -- . - rs follow-ing- two-tenth- I Lourt-IIous- Moot-Keepe- r. f Fait Mail leaves lluiitlmrtan.t, ll. ,1 ..n Catlettsburg 6 j, Ashland 6 i7, Olive Hill 1 ao. Ml Steiliog io7, I.ex-Ininchester 11 oj and arrives al i 0 pm Limited Kaprcis leaves Huntington dailv at so pm, Catlettsbiirtr j9, Ashland 1 jo. Olive Hill 3 ot, Mt. Winchesler 4 i8 aud arrives 4 at Lexingtcn at 5 10 nm. Accommodation, daily exept Sunday, leaves Olive Hill 4 am, Mt. Merlin? 6 35. Winchester 7 is and arrives at I.evington at t 05 am. Accommodation daily leaves Huntington at 6 35 Catlettsburg 657. Ashland 7 in and arrives at 4s live Hill b 55 pm. Sunday leaves Ml on tncMaystilie Branch, No 10. leaves Paris Sterling at 1 ao pm, Winchester j( and arm al 7 55. am and .So. u, at 613. p Letmgton at 1 45 pm ,rriring Maysvileatioio.am, and 8 30. p' ro. No. I mited Yestibutcd Kspress runs daily and tat I 'uilman Vcstibulcd ilutfet Sleepers between Lou. 7 40,am. No. 1, leaves Maysville ai 150 and ttvilte, Lcsington, Washington, .New York and uiu roint womlort This train is made part oi the dally excent sundav. celebrated in'0k?w "yJ ?" V0 excPt ..... .....w.. xu.ujr except Sunday Rowland DIvis- Xn . ..tin. .1.11.. I -. . Hu M,ir irom , sington to Cincinnati Fast of Huntington on the C, A- O, Route rvo. a runs daily Fast Mail Trains run daily except Sunday be. No. 5 runs daily from all stations except the tween Lexington and Huntington. Make direct Rowland Division, which is daily except Sunday connection at Huntington with C. A O. : at Ash No. 3 daily except Sunday land nh S. V. R ; at Winchester with K C. R No 4 daily between Cincinnati and Lexington R. north and south bound, and at Lexington with ."So. 43 Paris and Lexington Accommodation dai-l- y L. & N., L S. and C , N. O. A-- T P. Railroads. Leaves Lexington 10:00 a. m. Arrives I'aris Lcxinirton aud Olive Hill Accommodation daily 10 45 a u except Sunday. Connects at Winchester to and No i Falmouth Accommodation; leaves Cincinfrom K C points and at Lctingtor. with L .V N' nati 5 10 p ra Arrives Falmouth K R lor Louisville. iv m dailv except Sunday. Lexington and .Ml Sterling Accommodation vu. 7 craves raimouin o 00a m. Arrives Cm- runs dally except Sunday, and mikes direct con. cinnati 7 55 a m dally except Sunday. nection at Winchester to and Irom Mlddleshor-ougNo. a and 6 s at incbeiter tnr and Richmond, and at Lexington with I.. S points on the make connectionR'y, W II N. N. A- M V. mr i.ouisvi,ie utror full information regard to No. a carries ihrouch cars from Cinrmn.... w , ... . AllddlesIiArmtph anrl cun in rates, route ritmK-lr?. c , apply to any agent ol this or connecting lines termediate stations and runs daily. W.U MUNSON.Trav Pass. Agt.. Cincinnati 0,HE. HUNTINGTON, C L IIROW.V. ' S.R KNOTT, C. P.ATMORE, V P. and C. M , C. P. A . Tra&c Manager. Cen Pass. Agt Lexington, Ky. W. S. HARRISON. G. W. HARNEY, S. F, n. MORSK, Gen'l rast g r AgC G. M., Lexington, Ky. T. P.A.,Aihland, Ky Office er ol Commerce BuildincCiBcinnat. gt 1 1 "N'i.Ht Jlottml. J, Lve Middlesboro 6 8 m cE l.ve Livingston... 11 ic 2 i r. 4 Arr Richmond I.ve Stanford 7 00" Lve Lancaster . 7 i am ...... .....m.. S.T3 m Arr Richmond. 10 15 a m Lve Richmond,... 11 46 P m 6 o$ a m .......... Arr Winchester ,. it pm 6 J5 a in Arr I'aris P m 7 4S am I.exiugtonT a 00 p m 7 00 Lve ra 3 4S P m Lve Paris . 1 45 P ra 7 SJ a m, 4 j p m Lve Falmouth.. 4 10 p mi g j a ml 5 30 p m Arr Covington.... 5 40 p mlio 49 m o 37 p m Arr Cincinnati .. S so P mlio J5 rn 6 p 111 1 .... ..... 1 eta " F. F. V. 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