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' water-witcher- NO. 70 & CHURCH pools accessible, whilst etill AFFAIRS. rubbing up on the science ('!) of Kev. Bi'ti Helm returned from :! before digging. II I led hi fenturduy and pul The IliibtonvilU' Hunting and l'ish- He held a :.... ri..i. ..:...i....: !.:.. ...... ... ,t. ,.,M.tli pit Sunday. ' J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. ' rnncetonn und increased the mem lOfCtooM Creek, near Dunnvillo, and ,'" bership bv five or six. xst, 189I. put in n week whicii was crowded with Wednesday, at Med Ilou-Madison fun to extend the enough county, the corner stone of a Baptist Fullcorpiot Conservatory arid Noruiil Sinool tea. her. Superior coum-- in Literature, Music anj greybeards' leasee fully the limit of one nt. Catilouet and arc iltra furmihed on application. church was laid with appropriate cere- - Art. Excellent boarding census. Judgn Henry Mice and Henry mony. After remarks Jand prayer by James, of Richmond, and 15. G. Boyle, Mev. J. E. Cosby, the stone was laid by buildings. 'lmr"'h0' Lied the reservoir In deferens to tho of Danville, were guests of half a dozen ingoflts public the venerable Samuel Shearer, aged 92, the county seat oi, larher coihu, " , prtjm!U-t- of Hiich consumers as prefe members who managed this excursion and a member of the Baptist church for ,.. and henceforth invitations will be sentj 00 years. in this State nntl , spring ...... .. (I4U d.w.ut ll" sealed to be opened at an appointed to If it does not excel the is equal Mis' Lou Cowan has been on the It is baid that a Lexington lady can, on" Tho Ky., S. E. Cor. '1th Jc Vino, Cincinnati, O. serious sick list for several day, but her hour an the only way possible to get through the known pedigrees of her ilcountry is generally level; but physician pronounced her condition next time without the unpleasant neceslustrious ancestors, really trace her de- Book-keepiShort-Han- d, Type-Writifew hills and no mountains to speak of. much better Sunday and prospect good sity of not understanding divers hints of scent from Adam. She traces back considerable swamps, which for an early recovery. A few others are a willingness to go. Gill Boyle and Car- through Mobert Bruce, King of Scotland There are Business Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, nrn being rapidly drained and as a in hands of the physicians, but their ail- roll Meid kept camp in a bountiful sup. who traced to Wodin, King of Scandiply of quail and there was always a sur-will in a short time become til- ments trivial. Penmanship and all Business Branches. navia, who traced to David, King of Islable land. Dr. lirown started to the mountains plus of fish. Jim Allen found a six rael. The Bible gives his lineage back to and nourishing. Twelve Instructors. ITp with the time. Established 1862. Fits thoroughly for Hunine Pursuits, lias the confidence of the Bunluexi Communltj. The chief farm products of this section yesterday on what he proposes shall be pound cat on one of his set outs, Judge Adam. The ttu&enta art in demand and are aided in teeurht'j employment. The charge -- ro are corn, wheat, oats and potatoes, large an annual deer hunt the next 'Jo years. Mice captured the biggest bass of the The methods of the Catholic clergy rcuionable. Uourd can be bad in the city at low flguriM. Day and Night Bes.ilnna. Do and Billy Weather-forto force their members to obey their or- as promises. Investigation Mrilclted. Kend for catalogue. C. W McGEE, Principal. quantities of hay being rained. This is His hope that he will bring not trip, a " strung the only salmon. The club ders is shown in the following: Mrs. M growing country and In- fewer tii.ui tho milium of two mammoth uijrcat wheat diana has this year the distinction of spe ens of the cervus Virginiauus. rigidly restricted their bait to two varie Maria Kullburg, of Boston, refused to raising more wheat than any other State Uimle.' Motion ceo in pan led him, with ties, minnows and Sahitans water in Bend her children the parochial school full and Father O'Donnell issued from the in the Union. of nil idges loaded with No. handsomely labeled and a with September 22.1, If dot, pre tin lily, as ho has been led measure bottles. The discrimination in pulpit an interdict against his parishon- Commencing there was held nt this place a rive days ,( ,,. ieVe ,t ,(,mB nrett!, plentiful as favor of tin foil to tip the Salmans bottles, ers dealing at her store or associating fm Dealers In county fir, wti eh wa wen pairoui.cii reported at oue period of the Israelites' was through deference to the extreme with her. She says he ruined her trade by other counties in the State. There experience while lost in the woods, and solicitude of one or two of the party and she has sued him for So.000 dama were many nice farm products exhibited as eaxily captured. So he went without about the iseue of the Ohio campaign. ges. Some of our bucolic friends willj probaDr. F. V. Kerfoot was elected mode and some very flue races were witnessed, a dog. The directory of the Hustonville bly be spared reference to an encpclopo-di- a rator of the General Baptist Association compare with Ceutral but nothing to by the information that the "Saluta- - at Williamsburg and preached the in Kentucky's average county fair races-On- t Mradfordsville Turnpike submitted improvements to a committee of ris" and "Old I'epper" are in the same troductory was clios most noted things that this their of the sermon, Col Seeley inspectors last Thursday, but their work list of synonyms, 'Monkeys on the en clerk. Tin delegates represeut 1,151 ' State possesses is the greit Normal pronounced short of requirements. back" was overheard by nn eavesdrop- - churches, 143.2P0 members, contributing ,. School, located at this place, known as was o--,.- --j ---School Despite this adverse decision the poles per in a mystifying connection, but to all objects $:0,JKK).02. The Williams- w w .i -- mmm -- a.i --. T.TTffW the Northern Indiana formal is the great-ea- t were again in operation Saturday and nothing has leaked yet whicii enables burg pastor, Mev. W. J. Johnson, made and Business Institute This toll collected. Another blockade was Mrs. Grundy to satisfactorily incorporate normal school in the world and a FRESH CAR-LOA- D OF KANAWHA number of Mudeuts gather nt promised Monday and it is predicted that ingredient with her forthcoming trreater that somebody will probably get hurt dish of hash, but many imaginative in- Sizemore was appointed chairman of the ; seat of learning than at any other in this the land within the period of one year. before this trouble is settled. The gate dividuals imngiue Unit they can guees nominating committee and Mev. J. M. hu-- t at our end, being within Lincoln's bor the riddle. The waters are extremely Bruce on ministers aid. IJr. relix Tho school is only I years old and matriculated in the ders, has not been molested Bince the low and it was not thought necessary to on the Williamsburg Institute. year 3,000 students skirmish hues were dtawu in and a tem- take nlong any tackle longer than a 22 He said that the $14,000 brick school dlil'erent departments. Aside from the porary truce formulated. foot seine minnow.) building was completed and a $20,000 regular commercial business and normal The keenest regret, is felt in the endowment secured. John I). Mocke-fell- er there is u line art, music department, West Knd that Manager IM Walton What Some of the Newspapers are Saying. and Dr. A. Gatliff will each give and law department, and alter this year , should have been inveigled THYt.M, TO IIBVT SAM OAINK- -. into any en$10,000 additional, if iloOOO more is there will be a medical department. Tho terprise, which will "Traveling 50 miles an hour, a locorob us of the great raised. He made aBtrong plea for eduHas the largest and business department especially is very pleasure of his frequent visits. Should motive gives out 52.SO0 pull's." That cational affairs in the mountains. A law department, thorough. As to the nearly equals the record of tho average the fates in their inscrutable discriminaMOST COMPLETE STOCK there is a regular two years' course, tions, have any disappointments or mis- country newspaper. Maysville Com- collection of $2,010 was taken up to start a memorial fund in honor of Mev. II. T. has for its instructors which monweal. OF dis- fortunes to spring upon him in hi- - strugDaniel, who died, collecting money for VALfAnLE KKMC. Kressmau Mark L. Dematte, of this of tho .ilst gles lor success in new fields, he can evH. A. Gillette, Bowman Adams, an assistnut in the the college. trict, er revert to Stanford and this place with cloak-rooTho Lincoln County Bible Society during the constitutional Indiana circuit, and A. L. Jones, A. M. a solacing conviction that there are many ever shown in Stanford at prices met at the Baptist church Sunday night will most likely be a uuiver convention, has presented to the HistorThe school Menda-a- iiil not all men-wh- ose as low as the lowest. with President A. C. Siue in the chair, year, as the faculty have J ical Society at Franklort the cigar box eitv after this in the State, such, and are now spending con sympathies are as warm, as sorrows in whick drinks were conveyed from the who, after Mev. John Bell Gibson had Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s hinted would be profound were their situations read n chapter and Mev. W. E. Arno'd who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. neighboring saloons into the cloak-rooBlderable money on a new college buildDon't have to the same. ing and chapel hall. to slack the thirst of the framern of the had petitioned the Throne of Grace, de- send joh to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old A neighbor haa cherished and train' In tho winter time this is rather a cool State law. This box will be known as livered a very fine little address, setting "citizen" who ed a brace of fine setter pups since last tho "constitutional growler" and doubt- forth the objecta of the American Bible gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is climate for a Southern spring with high hopes of grand sport A. R. PENNY. guarantee satisfaction. hecks to better his chances iu life Ht this less will be appreciated by future gene- ' Society and what it bad accomplished. When bree.-e- s shooting over them this season. point, as we get the benellt of tho of great val- Secretary J. J. McRoberts read the rations as a historical relic first taken afield they performed beautiof last meeting and Treasurer and from Lake Michigan and are not ue. Carlisle Mercury. fully, soon finding and pointing a dock. Depository Bourne made his report. A such an awful distance frotul the other WHO PAID TIIK TAX? At report of a gun they tucked their tails great lakes. The tariff tax on that barrel of Scotch motion was made to continue the same j' and retreated. As lie put in last season frosty October mornings These cool, whisky imported for the president was ollicere for another year, but President setter, which Sot, the cask holding IS gallons. The Sine thought the president at least j hour of U one can see students trying to break a gun-shabout the hustling in every direction from their! he accepted as a present, believing tho question arises, did the Scotch pay tho Bhould be changed aud a substitute for weakness curable, his discomfiture may respective lodgings to their boarding-- ; tax on it or did Harrison pay it ? There the motion was adopted to appoint a lie imagined. His boy is an nominating committee, which wai nam- halls, where a great dish ol boileii irisn would be a heap of consolation in it and those pups 130 proof lightbread, maple syrup and a expert with an potatoes, that it is if it should Jbe the ed as follows: S. S. Myers, M. F. Elkin, common store tea patiently have stopped so many missies from that means of solving this vexed economic J: S. Hughes and J. II. Baugliman, who eup of gun that a stick pointed at them suguwalt their arrival, which at Jdinner and problem on whicii 03,000,000 people have reported through Mr. Myers that after gests urgent business elsewhere, and a Somemuch persuasion tho rest of the com ' long figured. Louisville Times. atHupper are generally repeated. to this pair of otherwise most promising dogs mittee had induced M. F. Elkin to acand times for dinner therejia added AMI rKETKNDKI) TO K.V.IOY IT. for of fare a nlate of has been spoiled. already gorgeous bill Mobertson county couple took the cept the nomination for president. The Ijist Tuesday night and Wednesday cures Colic, Constipation, boiled beef, a glance at whichjwill gentroublo recently to go to the site of resident ministers wore named for vice "Castorlab bo well dptcd to children that Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Kructation, morning the lightning struck this end in I recommend it as superior to any prescription erally tell tho "financial" i') circumin Madison county, to presidents. J. J. McMoberts for secretary Boonesborough, KUU Woruu, gives sluep, and promotes dl. the guise of an othcer, whom even John bo married. About 9o editors and edit- and tieaaurerand Dr. M. L. Bourue for' known to mo." II. A. AncnKR, M. D., stances of the cow or ox previous to its medicatlo- -. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, X. Y. IKcsuon. Drye's vicious dogs couldn't scare, armed resses took the same trouble on them- depository and tho report was adopted, j demise. Everything goes by the word n Compaxt, 77 Murray Street, X. Y. Tns Cs.vrif and with authority to make an appointment selves two years ago just to eat dinner, Short and appropriate addresses were 'terms," tuition, boarding-housewith any fifty of our good housekeepers, and geneially cash. dis- made by Mova. Ben Helm, Arnold and they walked four miles of the all, but terms are not exempt from jury service, This is a great place to study human who are tance with their store clothes on and Gibson, after which the next annual at 0 o'clock the nature, as persons of of all classes, cir to meet at the thermometer standing at 110 in the meeting was fixed for the first Sunday" Wednesday morning. Blue spots of shade. Somerset Mcpublican. in November to bo held at the Christian cumstances and conditions come here, varying sixes were thick as rings of church. The president appointed tho AND DOrr. IS NO SPUING CHICKEN. and oftr n you find the college boy who smoke fiom the Htack of a slipping enJAY-EYE-S-EE The report of the marriage of Douglas following executive committee for tho hns finished his course in some other to tho normal de- gine on a 00 foot grade that morning, Sherley ana Lotta, the actress, is not year: Mrs. A. J. Enrp, Mrs. J. P. Baicollege coming here Mr. J. I. Case, flllckorv Grovo Farm, horns As a matter of fact Lotta is quite ley, Mrs. W. G. Miney, Mrs. S. P. Stayg, partment to renew a certain branch of but the boya all got back to their work or Ituclne, Wls.,says: "After trytngr that afternoon and many are almobt en- old enough to be Mr. herley's mother. Mrs. II. J. McMoberts and Messrs. G. G. every known remedy, 1 removed a large Iluncn -studies. his former thusiastically complimentary of the exof two years standing, from a 3 year old Ally, It may not he generally known, but it is Wine, J. S. Hughes and S. S. Myers and With beet wishea for the editor and with three applications of of tho I. J cellent mineral waters and appetizing a fact that Lntta, or LottieJCrabtree, ia a after a song the meeting closed with the trusting that the. popularity an that tho grub that they found at the different ho- Kentuckian, and was born in the "pene-rile- " benediction. will larger and wider will bo pardoned, tels. A few whoso patriotism enhances county of Hopkins. Tho Crabtree length of this missive ItUthobestprcparatlonlhaveeverusedorhcardS HUBBLE. S myself yours very the excellencies of everything at home, family is very numerous in Hopkins of. 1 heartily recommend it to all Horsemen." I beg to subscribe failed to discover that Stanford's two for Dr. Carpenter was called to Bee UnLkwis D.Sam raox. Owensboro Messenner. testimonial. couutv. We have hundreds 0 such truyt a quarter is in any respect Buperlor to cle Greenberry Bright, who has been I Prlce.81.30 per bottle. AskyourdruirgKforlt. If he what Hustonville cheerfully furnishes . The following is the list of State elec- very sick for a few days. The doctor - Mr. E. O. Walton, tho popular and k does nol Keep it. send us :c. stamps or suver, iur I TRAD MARK. "W. II. :U1V & CO., Whitehall. N'. Y. manager of the Stan- at the rate of a dollar a dozen, when aB tions to be held ho will Boon be out again. S. thinks successful business many at threo are taken at one sitting or Iowa elects State officers and legisla- Dunbar is hauling rock for the foundaford Intkiuor Joi'ksai., has given up standing. ture. tion of his new house, which ho aima to newspaper work and gone to Georgia to Maryland, State oflieers Selfishness and the old weather brother, T. build on the pike. J. W. Bright is about engage in busiuesa with his and votes on six constitutional makers' promises of a slushy winter as a ready to move into his cabin iu his yard H. Walton, Esq., in the grocery business. amendments. of tho press all wish him sequel to thiB destructively dry fall, sugtill ho can build. Miss Maggie Swine- HiB brethren Massachusetts, State ollicers and legisgest the desertion of our popular shoebroad is expected home soon and her Huccess in his now home Falmouth lature. maker, J. W. Mussel, and wo voice the Mississippi, three railway commission- many friends will be glad to meet her BROS., Democrat. again. Miss Hattie Robinson and Jas. Bright newspaper men are leaving tho entire community's wishes when wo ers and legislature. work-ma- u a hope that some Nebraska, Associate Justices of the B. have been on a visit to Wilsonville to profession. Polk Johnson glibly talkB of shall conclude that there ia no bet- Supreme Court aud two Regents of the witness tho marriage of their cousin, STA-FenOEX- ), druggista" and now Ed Wal'we retail location and come right nlong, for State University. Miss Ora Scott. Mrs. Joe Swope has reton, brother to our Sir Hubert, goes to ter Engagements with store shoes are not alwayB bo constructLarge stage, plenty of scenery, seats ;oo. turned from a visit to her many friends New Jersey, part of its legislature. Georgia and tho grocery business. Mayed as to lie conveniently and cheaply Colorado, a supreme judge. in Bradfordsville. Mr. Dave Swope, of "ood attractions solicited. be never regret it, but may ho come auapteu to me s we uearu isoomtt in New York, State oflices, legislature, Lexington, who has been visiting his back Boon. Newport Journal. an undertone dellno tho word to one of two Bupreme court justices and repre- brothers, Joe and Ben, here, returned to physician, his many victims ho had cornered last sentatives in four Congressional dis- his homo Saturday. Joe Swope is haulthe widely-knowDu. Hka, week) idiosyncrasies of some of our feet tricts. ing lumber to build his barn. Thomas THE SHELTON HOUSE, who is making regular visiU to this city, satisfaction by in Bhapo of knots, bunions, corns, web We will deliver ice eacb irornlng at follow: Ohio, State ollicors, legislature and Wood bought Borne fat cows here last given such universal has bed toes and old socks, which have been votes on amendment to constitution pro- week at 2. Spencer Higgins, of color, Proprietor, his treatment that those who woro at Under 50 Pounds 1 cents, over D.A. TWADDLE, ' has been granted pension of $G a month. lost in the accumulations incident to a viding for uniform taxation. first akeptical of his power and ability to 50 and under 100 1 cent, over Bpell. Many farmers have overcoming their long, hot, dry Pennsylvania, treasurer and attorney We get the I. J.s nil O. K. as a rule via do them good, are now - 100 s of a cent. Bcooped holes iu the beds of branches iu general and votes on constitutional conLancaster. prejudice and going to him for relief. electa delegates to same. of water and some have found vention anu Dr. Rea guaronteea satisfaction in every quest M. F. ELKIIT & CO., Virginia, half its legislature. The fastest record on the typewriter Others undertakes to enough for present demands. .aoAtrnpd and never accommodations at reaionaUe rates. Nine Congressmen will be elected in ia held by a young mau who wrote KG Ky. Open day and night. Sai.plo room and good livsrj cure an incurablo case, He will bo with have been disappointed and resigned various States to fill vacancies occasioned in counecUou. words a minute. themselves to daily drives to the nearest by deaths. us again next Friday. HUSTONVILLE. Cor " A series o( services was begun at the . is n chrlfcUnn church Sundav. .Mr. Tharpe Yam-aaho, Isi.,Orl. M-l- his itua-- , city of 7,000 to 10,000 inhabitants, w;w eXrt,clud to arrivL, .M'on,inyi anij ono f lm, mfMt r,.fr,.8lilJir Mv proinable ,,,,, nt Hustonville in a long bu rg, Fort Wayne it Chicago railroad, Uraml Trunk railroad and , t,m ,H cxm.cte(, tho Chicago the Now York, Chicago ' St. Lotus rail- - j CIr(.InrH Mll jn ,0 the road. It contains boiiio o( the nicest res- - u,r.workl Company of Hustonville. Ti.o u i,18t idencea and best business houses was from u metal roofinu company, found in northern Indiana, to fay noth - j Ui(ilcerninly Uiink8 jt epincnt ,0 respondent. y I'rim-etow- Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September two-week- ,,.,,, e, w. first-cla- ss N ..miri-lirms- e lex-liiKto- n, court-ho'is- nur-roundi- ng, ng, Telegraphy, four-pounde- d fr'-n- ds . tin-foile- -- FARMS & HARDIN, j e J Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Queens-- Glass- - and Tinware. , --- - .--,- wrp J ?S"ir!:!A :riirrrnrr7' OP LAMPS. SALT. The Old Reliable Jewelers in the Lead. A. R. Penny ex-Co- ex-Jud- Watches and Jewelry . 4 KrA CPll solic-tedja- nd nun-ute- B I J . aanHll Infants Children. C-torl- air-gu- n 'U iil I 4 . s court-hous- e con-tiune- d. ml ; w 1 QUINN'S OINTMENT, j 1 1 to-da- I- - .... Walton's Opera House, WALTON Proprietors, ox-pre- ss I first-clas- s - - - E1T.. I n ICE. ICE SS-i- Rowland, Firtt-cla- Kentucky. Stanford, ''T A. ifife K - "' Semi-Week- ly l.f I'WUMl U, 't " r U'M 7 HUUl tW mugtF jl DigijinijBi fijn . k it feedConfederation must ever prove a theme Station, Ca., for killing a neighbor. at the xan.u United Hap Carter, minister to the of absorbing interest to those who revere fi the names and honor the deeds of the States from Hawaii, died Sunday in New price. 1891 T. L. Lilian! bought of William Stanfokd, Ky., Novkmheu o, unvanouished freemen of Uri, Schwyz York. fLittle Chili has got her back up anil Iaekev, IS feeding cattle, weight 1,'JtO and Unterwaldeu. Of the literature of the day, no work hn taken a deeper delleslthe I'nited States, which demand- pounds, at ." and of Arch Anderson 10 W. I3. hold on public favor than Hon. Boyd ed indemnity for the sailors murdered in same at .'). Is Receiving His Gentry bought a lot of 1,(00. pound Winchester's .Swiss Republic Not so Valparaiso. There'll hardly be war, cattle in Woodford at o and James M01-riwell written however. A nnoxK statue of (ten. Williams Car 'much indeed.brcnuseitis of the same county, sold 100 of 1,17") ter Wickham was unveiled in Monroe and appears to be an accurate diseripThe earthquake in Japan was more pounds average at :!. is lion of much which the author iitmsoit destructive to human life than Jirst Va., hit week. It Park, Kichmond, Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guarantee J. Give uitn a call. Dr. C. W. Mathers sold 40 New ?. The lowest estimate now p'aces of heroic siz and ta inscribed: "Wick-liam- , saw during the four years of his diplosoldier, statesman, patriot, friend matic service, nor yet because the his- the deaths at '.21.000. Several to vns were York cattle about the best bunch that ever left the county to 1iyson it Moore Presented to the nty of Richmond by torical recitalsjare in exict accord with wiped out of existence. t comrades in the Confederal! Army and the most ancient historic documents, A Chicago man has on exhibition for 4 cents. Carlisle Mercury. George W. Craven. of this county, A Ohio rail- b it because the truth of history has what he claims is a piece of the skin of employes of the Chesapeake way." There was a civic and a mili- been embalmed in the light of the. au- the serpent that tempted Kve. This i sold to the Lexington Holler Mills Co, ary parade and speaking by tlUtinguMi-e- thor's own genius. As the true Saxon almost ns reasonable as the claim that lat week, his crop of l,:V0 bushels of orators. The survivors of the Hauo- - character is better depicted in the per- the seamless coat of Jesus is still in ex- wheat at 17 cents. Woodford Sun. I'errie Lorillard bought of W. 11. ver Troop were present to do honor to son of Cedric bv Scott in his immortal istence. Landeman, the colt Curt The U. H. Cotter Lumber Co., failed the memory of their old captain, whom Ivanhoe; the chivalry and knightly faith Gunn for about $15,000. He was bought they fol of the cavaliers in the person of Ilenrv at Louisville with liabilities and thev loved so well and whom uep For tme IavV aoYEAWFoRfeuMtfiSM lowed with dauntless courage to many a Lqein Woodstock, so are the fortitude, $400,000 nominal assets. The Louisville when a yearling for $'M) and his winAFE Held. In a hand to hand tight thecourage, the will, the patriotism of Urn Stave and Lumber Co. also assigned nings this year have reached Sltt.oOO. bloody URE The horse marketat Lexington since CdRCf CflfUf TffNXs rlE APPL1Ctf-t- ( with n Federal, Capt. Wickham, who Swiss mountaineers of the loth and 14th with .S50.000 liabilities ami 75,0O0 nomi le nal assets. the trotting races has been remarkably 'PEEDY was afterwards promoted to brigadier centuries better illustrated by the brisk, and during this mouth there Iihh general, was severely cut with a sabre gends of Arnold Melchthal aud William Cotton growers in convention at been sold at public aud private'snles in recomthe tirst mo- Tell, than by statistics and the dry deadopted a resolution and came near dying, but ment he was able he was back o his tails of history. Among the beauties of mending that the acreage raised hereaf- Fayette county no less than JoO'J.OOO in order to worth of horses. ommand. Subsequently he was elected the Winchester book is his faith in the ter be reduced M. Lewis Clarke, president of the to the Confederate Congress, for which heroic tales which have come to us down keep the annual crop within the world's American Turf Congress, has appointed indomita- consumption. position he resigned his army otlice just the stream of time about those During the democratic parade at Col. K. C. Hopper, of the litonlh Jocklong enough to attend. After the war, ble patriots. He shows us that it was cast his fortunes with not a mythological marksman and impos Ihltimore the reviewing stand collapsed, ey Club, secretary pro teni. in place of Gen. Wickham the republican party, which estranged sible bailitl who figured in the apple and '200 persons were thrown into the the late B G. Bruce. The next meeting him from his neighbors and friends lor shooting episode, which led subsequent- streets. Senator Gorman was bruised will be at Chicago Nov. 11. A Massachusetts party has put in awhile, but it turned out to be the best ly to Gessler's death. He shows us on the legs. Several men and women Arnold Wiukelried, su tiered sprains and broken bones, but Mr. J. P. Crow's hands a very tine young for them. His influence in the North that it was, indeed, stallion by Sultan andja full brother to brought much capital to Virginia and who through Austrian spears made way none sustained serious injuries. of for liberty at Sempach and forever esShelby county men, of opposite Contractor, 2:J4J, His dam is the dam through his position as Two Chesapeake & Ohio railroad, he was en- tablished his claim to the immortal nolitieal beliefs, have made a novel wa of Birbara, --VJti, und he already shows abled to give hundreds of his old friends martyrdom of h s country's freedom. As ger. If McKinley is elected in Ohio the great speed. He will probably make the paying situations, and many a poor Con- a whole, the book is a glorious tribute to democrat is to swallow a half pint of cas- season of 'It! at Mr. Crow's stock farm, federate got his start in that way. He a people, of whom it has been said that tor oil. while if Campbell gets there the near McKinney. By the wny, Mr. Crow was highly thought of at his old home in foroOO years there has not been known republican will swallow the dose. The has already booked live mares from the Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine NTo. y. State of New Hampshire to his Belmont Hanover county and "his admiring con- among them an individual instance of result is awaited with great interest. vntr Agent for Hrodhe.ul Thomas A W il'mmson, the mur- Chief stallion. stituents elected him to more than one cowardice and treason. The Swiss O. Red wit, sol I hie farm of 11:! acres Highest market price paid for Feathers and Kj;gs. is atlectionatelv dedicated to Hon. derer of Jellerson and Ttiomns Moore, otlice, including the rotate Senate, noton the Lexington pike to B. F. Roach at inoverHenry Wiuterson, the author's most withstanding the district was his own wife and so many other people whelmingly democratic. The writer timate friend, and contains 177 pages. It that, according to his own;story, he can S55. Jacob and Cubel liuguely bought was raised not far from his homo and can bo had of John P. .Morton it Co. and not remember the names of all of them, about 05 gooil feeders at :) to 4 cents knowing him ever since he could recol- Flexner te Staadeker, Louisville, at i'2, was hung at Sedalia, Mo. His last words F. P. James sold to James and Robert U It lect, has always regarded him with in- postpaid on receipt of price. were "1 ought: to have been hung 30 Council, of Woodford county, .VI head of II J McKCllKHTs tense admiration. (Jen. Wickham was years ago" and all the crowd agreeil mules at n little the rise of $S0. A. J. While we hardly expect it, we would ' Crews sold to Galviti liuguely 2.'S head of a matchless soldier iu war, u most enter- with him. cattle ut .".J anil of the! finest 1,:UX) pound 'J year-oluseful citizen in peace, auu not be at all surprised if the democrats nrisinir and . The Oliver Bierne, one uov, rt . j Mississippi, was bum cents. T. F. Alexander shipped - loads his service to his State and section de- - carneu wmo um.,uuim, serves that his piemory be handed down 'aaJe rt glorious tight and deserves to ed to the water at Milliken's Landing, of fat hogs to Cincinnati, for which he Our Stotk; of- to posterity in even more enduring form git trie lo.ijuu 10 .su.uuu plurality uiai nu near Vicksburg. The boat carried at the paid : to .'! 00. D. C. Terhune has sold than in stone aud bronze. In the hearts claims. Gov. Boies seems to have the time about 700 bales of cotton anil a long 17 of the finest mule colts in the county Harrodsburg Demof those who knew him it will be always lead in Iowa, New York is pretty sure list of sleeping passengers. Many lives to F. P.JainesatSSO. of gold and pictures to go Democratic, while Massachusetts were lost, the number reaching more ocrat. as written in letters may follow suit. A good deal depends of silver. than 20. There is a suspicion that the A rare reptile, a white rattlesnake, Is now almost complete and we will befable to show to the people of on to day's elections and the' result is deck hands, was exhibited at a fair in Clarion counup over a awaited with anxiety. We hope and j boat wa9 tired by striking Mt. Sterling is all torn Lincoln county as complete a stock, we think, as has ever hc n wanted revenge. ty, together, It is said, with a photoBcandal of large proportions. Mr. Wil- belieye that our rooster will have ample who offered for their inspection in It is reported, and denied, that graph of the snake's eye, in which can ' son, who has a pretty wife, had occasion cause to crow in Friday's issue. President John H. Iuman, of the Rich- be distinctly seen the likeness of a farto go to Kiclunond last week. He rewho In view of the fact that many changes mond Terminal Company, is to retire, mer reptile.narrowly ecaix;d death from turned' home two days earlier than he the .Mr. Kckstein Norton, expected and to his horror and surprise in the common school laws will be nec- and that of the Louisville it Nashvi'de, is to A new tyjw of drawbridge fs being found his wife and a cougenial part of essary under the new constitution, Su- - dent succeed him. The Kast Tennessee, Vir- - built iu Chicago to .sp.iu the Chicago male libertines nerintnndtnt. Tlinnirnon hrw nent nut fast married women and & Georgia railroad system is to be river. By a folding instead of a swingenjoying a wine supper. He tried to letters to those interested in education, ulnla divorced from the Richmond Terminal, ing process no central pier is needed, aud re-get in and the racket he raised llushed requesting them to make suggestions greatly incre.ued facilities for navigating jjarding the changes and calling for a it is said, and is to form an alliance with the narrow river are obtained. the covey. Hon. C. R. Brooks, ,t Western and Louisville A: attorney, got out unmolest- meeting at Louisville Dec. J, for an iu- - j the Norfolk Nashville. Western farmers are now urging the ed, but Charles Pangburn caught one of terchange of ideas on the subject. The --The democratic primary at Lexing-an- trial of a modification of the rain proHazelrigg meeting will be a moil important on e five shots in his hip. Johu if mis-tton resulted in the following nominn- - ducing system to cannot be it ought to be largely attended. jumped through a window, taking the tions: Mayor, J. Hull Davidson; collec- - formed at tunes which will reduce the sash with him, and boarding a train has A Mi.vstsoTAj Judge has decided that a tor, Stephen C. Sharp; recorder, .las. R. radiation of heat from the earth and Hoys' Mcu'fi not since been heard from. Mrs. Ham-lin- school teacher who administers corporal thus save the crops from frost. Jewell; attorney, William Preston was one of the women caught ami lt on a pupil is guilty of anas- - ball; treasurer, James F. Robinson; ProfNor Chaplin, the new chancellor And Gent burnishing Goods. Wejare still sole age nts for the old she and Mrs. Wilson are now defendants and can bn prosecuted for it. If ' Uor and assessor, Matthew Foushee; of Washington university, is professor reliable waterproof HlICIX HOOTS. Wilson is still on the in divorce suits. were the law here the youngsters gineer, Peter P. O'Neill; physician, Dr. of civil engineering at Harvard. He i war path and the end is not yet. would soon be the bosses of the school-- . a. W. Jones; clerk recorder's court, Con. years old, h HHtive of Maine, Jas. and .1 graduate of WVt Point. J Reagan, and keeper Fin iav nicht an army of coal miners rooms. " swooped down ou the convict stockade CeUar Grove Stock Farm. J.iixiK Jkweix, the author of the ex- Wilkerson. Mt J T Mo. !c,of Ditmllf, a capturinj; pression "politics 'is' hell," beat our Joseph Howell a Missouri sch6ol "I .on hrer at Briceville, Tenn., and after iilly ri'cotrmrml (Jmnn'n Olnlmrnt to all hor.c teacher, has been sentenced to death at men as the very ten remedy in ne. would not le hardly a show of the guards without friend, Judge J. SouIeSmith. for the demwidow and wiihnut it." (or curlji, tplintt, tpavini, wind He murdered on their part, thev released the ocratic nomination for recorder of Lex- Trenton. or and enlan;intnt t;ie it a trin . jm :UX convicts and set lire to the buildher four young children ind then (bed ington, ami if he is elected he is expectCLA1K AI.KXA.S'hfcK'SIIOIia, the house. She had yielded to his emings. Most of the convicts were fur- ed to modify it to some extent. when their sincould no long braces and nished citizens' clothes and they me er be concealed, he performed n criminal .'THOROUGHLY 11KX0VATED AND IMPROVED. newsynoTes still at lare. It was a of Mn The imderticnrd, a operation on her, which he did so rough- - l.ucind.1 Mcr. ilerrattst. iluiiintra'orillic hishrtt method of relieving themselves of conuil. ell In Tour lrp to date for this year there has y that she begged him to kill her so as bidder public outcry on the prriiiiiet on mile Hay. $2.50 vict labor and the participants deserve ..n the Stanford pike, .if Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Housgone abroad S7,000,000 of our gold and 10 release her from her agony. He did cal I).inill, to sutler for their lawless acts, but it Nov. 4, 1891, jj0 then wiped out the whole fam- miiBt be confessed that they had criev-ou- s there has come back $20,000,000. LOUISVILLK, KY. Senator Carlisle closed the case for iiv legislaAt 10 o clock a in. tht pergonal propcrtj oxiied provocation. The cowardly ,, , , . li the ilccfd.'nt at the ti re of her dalh. confutture, called to give them relief, adjourn- me uemocraiic sine in a grand speecn at ing f llmucliold and Kitchen rurmturt1, A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall.JCIerks. rinin FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ImplriniMiit 4 M.uks of Hay. i, Acre of mm in ed without doing so and the courts seem-e- J the Cincinnati Music Hall last night. llull, the held, $ Cows i The Lebauon Knterprise says that powerless to help them. Such acts, Corn is being delivered here at ;J a Strer and lleHern. u to.l. 1I"K, J yearlliiK. l 't W. Q. Emison tV Co. are preparing to however, if permitted to go uupunished, barrel. 1 will produce a state of affaire worse than make 1,500 barrels of whisky this seaThe .Midway Clipper reports sales of son. I) MYI.KS anarchy and Gov. Buchanan will have Henry Lemon shot Levi Simpson in is:; hogs at :s; to 1. IV) td Ailmll.ntrjKM 'M performeis Ninety-fonew to act more promptly than w has. the abdomen ov2r a trivial matter at1 The above is a cut of Dicks I'at were reported last week. 2Tq"w Foot years ago Malcolm Mclntyre Middlesboro andhe will die. Lemon is Underwood sold to Will Hubent 1'ecd Cutter, the best cutter Col. sued the Oweusboro Messenger for large in jail. I. ivery We ilfer to the public a firt-lafor all purposes on the market. An elevator at Peoria, III., owned' ble : mule colts for damages because the paper charged that which ir art running in connec'ion with our Silas Anderson Bold to John Holmes irM.ery anu (.uniei tionery. wur lern . are ery a murder by Kingman, Warren A Co., was burned Call and examine. I also have he got himself on a jury iu cattle at .". cents. rraumible aud our turnout are .ill new and iu 0 help acquit the prison- together with 100,000 bushels of grain. J W. CAUKIFKA i'KTRK case in order to the Win. Aiken, of Boyle, bought of o..d.lu.e Kowlatid, Ky ; im er. TtiC lower court decided in favor of The loss will reach S0,000. fat cattle at :il cents. The Gillilands have employed a do-- Wm. Hubble the paper and Mclntyrolappealed. The The Sentinel says a Montgomery tective to find outSwhohung Harve and court of last resort, after three years, has man sold I'OO barrels of corn in the field Good d. jHfZ, Jinally allirmed the decision and lrrey Joe Gilliland for thel 'alleged assassina-- i at ?2. And the " usual, tiou nf Sheriff 'Meilargue. Woodson comes out ou top, as bought of West Knd 1). X. Prewitt Quick Rising Buck Wheat TwPIltv linimcs in,'tlii huniniia nor because ho never makes a charge that tioa of Franklin, Tenii., were buriiHcl. parties a bunch of txtra piod yearliim Flour, Maple Syrup, Rolled Oats, he is not certain he can verify. Cracked Wheat, Imported MacTlittlots is :uioon., Kir .Hit c::n nm cattlw at '.) eentp. . ,.v ..... ..v)ww.. J. T. Rose Hold to Thomas Chenault, aroni, Cream Cheese, StrawberThe Oweusboro Inquirer announces damage to property) at Kenton, O. Car of Kanawha Salt just received. L. C. Willis, fof Shelby, will contest of Madison, 50 feeders for immediate de- ry, Pine Apple, Quince and Raspthat it has become an incorporated ton berry Preserves in bulk, Lemt n 4 cents. ceru, with G. C. Givens as president with Jmlje Delia veil for the circuit livery at Woodcock it 0veii9 bought of Green-berr- and Currant Jelly in bulk. Peacn Russellville jmlReship and the Louisville Times says and A. J. Casey, late of the cattle at '2 and Apple Butter, Pickles, plain, Hright 10 l,ls"-pouHerald, as secretary. Mr. Givens has he is a runner from) "eend toeend." sweet and mixed in bulk, Pickled cents. Advocate. Scott couuty'ajcourt of claims nllow-ebeen the entire owner, as well as editor, Olives, Celery New corn is selling at SI. 05 to SI S5 Onions, Pickled $.",1f2S.-Jl- . The county judge gets but finding the work too heavy, has enattorney $."0. A jvt we in the field. The distillers will probably Dressing, Mustard Dressing-- Gratered into an arrangement which will $700 and the ted Horse Radish, New Prunes, give $- -' delivered. Paris News. prove beneficial to him and strengthen have seen no county eqimlto Lincoln in "MODEL GROCERY" Nunnelley went to Cincinnati Figs, Raisins, California Apricots A. T. expenditures. the paper in every department. of hogs anareacnes. oranbernes, stan-- ( to dispose of I Henry Castle, whom (low Brown Sunday l. WJUKIIl " V" ' .io I" lllia Sksatoii Qcav, who was charged with paruoneu nom uie penitentiary on ac He I. ......1.1 !.. .I.!., nnimlii ..Ii '! tr ''! no. B. S. Mattingly tt Co. are slopping stealing half a million from the State of count of failing health a few days ago, nam, Chicken, Turkey, Pennsylvania and made no row about died two days after reaching his home 450 cattle at the Coon Hollow distillery, ueviiea cost them about --' &c Fancy and Plain Candies. iu Marion, which it, feels very much hurt that the papers Johnson county. Cakes, Nuts, California Green iwenty-thre- e moonshiners in the cents. should publish the fac simile of the Cheese, Fruits, Bananas, all in great Va- A. A. Bonner, of Xew York, bought Bardsley certificate of deposit for .S,SS7 Louisville jail were, discovered just as riety, Fresh and Nice, nothing of Boyle, the chestnut from the Keystone Bank, and has ac- they were about to escape. They had of Mock Bros., but the Very Best. instituted several libel suits. cut through the jail walls so that the re- Iilly, Kittio M., two years old. by Mimic cordingly D. Glass- - and Queensware, Tin- - and Woodemvare, Fruit Jars j Lamps, 'J:14 This seems to be of the nature of strain- moval of u few bricks would have per- 2:L'8t, half brother to Trinco Wilkes 69 Opposite Portman House.' for 52,500. Jelly Glasses, &c. mitted their exit. ing at a gnat and swallowing a camel. Interior Journal Thr legendary history of the Swiss Lirkin Nix was lynched at Meigg's I'.ropiui'h it Middletnn sold to Johu 100-poun- Karris, ot .Milioou, 10 1, ers at 'A ami five oxen -- rUIURUPLEY, 4wfr 1ift' - WALTON. ! m if- - ' j s, j te Fall and Winter Goods IGHTNBN6 3 d INIMENT two-year-ol- d FOR MAN OR BEAST one-thir- d, JUST RECEIVED. FULL ST06K GENERALMER6HANDIS vice-preside- Staple Dry Goods, Dress Goods and Ladies' Jackets; Caps, Jfardivare and, QuGcnswarc Meti's and Boys' Clothing, Shoes, Boots, JIats and FI-ur. He-pub- lic "W. E. PERKINS, CrablOrchard. ....... 1 in-iia- MEW GOODS. -- llV,s j FALL AND WINTER GOODS, Kx-pre- Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, and 1 d s Men's and Boys' Fine and Heavy Boots and Shoes, Misses and Children's School Shoes, Hats, Neckwear, e Kim-punishm- nud-sau- , en-suc- h forty-thre- e work-hous- j MROBERTsr&:HrGGiara 11 IT iTMOill WILLA1D, Per c Public Sale. hiidi-hande- d i Rates ..... a,l Wednesday, . I ' ' ' 'tt ' jj CKS x Si tent JbeeQ ClltteF ur i'2. Livory Stable. s Mi-ll- e lJOO-poun- d 1 '-'1 Everything to Eat. Studebakor Wagon .- ., . OLIVER FLOW, with Gemiin Extras y J. IB. FOSTER, nd I d , Go to A. A. WARREN'S car-load- s SrfaudtrnoI'For . Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried Apples, reaches and Prunes, Rice, Plchles, Preserves and Jams: JESSE WEAKEN, 4 V' f. - Semi-Week- ly ht K Another young man has brought disgrace upon himself and Bhame on n lov-- ) received at J. K. Novius. ing and indulgent father and mother by j spoons acting in such a Kink nssortmetit o( Bouvt-ni- r manner as to cause his Stanford, Ky., Xovlmiikk :, 1891 just received at U . 15. McKolnW. incarceration in a loathsome cell. He 9 n, week. wns drunk and disorderly and when Ko IIbxt. A iiijw cottage on WhitMarshal Vowlnnd asked his friends to B.O. WALTON, MnnnRor ley avenue, 3 rooms nnd hall. 0. C. take bin, home he became very vioi.mii jwr , Wither. TVTPTIs' w . H ni.O a &1 . OC . -. . ..j.is ami anusive to tne otllcer to vuioiu n MEANS BUSINESS. Saturday forty new jack-- 1 appllutl the vilest epithets. The marshal Wb received and j,iUIui witH liltai to belinvu ami sail that Knuiivvinu beautifully and artistically cts iu light colors, plain mcd. Severance A Son. one :t A. It. Penny'. lt. lil not want to take him to jail, till Yom nrvount is now ready. I'l.msn patience ceased to b a virtue and he , i ... T. ini .nil ?., ii.... . f. iiiiji iii-ii iii liiniriT nil ni'ii ir and Hettlw. A. It. IVnnv. It .. w .1. . .!... ....... fiiltmt clock and jewelry dren wmh thought to bedyingas we went wa8 ,..,.e. Havb vour watch, repaired' tit A. It. Penny's. AH work i " nr.... i..t .......in... Tim littlti Hiiilnr-- that ho conl J bo placed in m i n i.i... ..,! nun l.u warranted. HV nllViCU llllii in ...il. mJ .mJotfincH er's trouble is pneumonia. lttMKMHKii that all silverware. watcli"S of Policeman Watson finally lodged him , &v., bouht at A. It. Penny 8 will Tiik house of Frank Sprutt, on Dix in jail, but he cursed and fought every be enslaved fret' of charge. river, burned a few nights ago, with ev- step of the way and his vile lnnguage nnnld lin heard blocks awav. The next POINTS. erything lie had. The lost it about PERSONAL nnd as Mr. Sprntt isn poor man with lay he confessed and wns let off with in Mir. Ikk Siiiiiaiip, .of Mouticollo, a large family of little children, he is in tho usual fine. As this was tho young nttendlliK court. man's llrst ollonse, which was of so need of assistance. Mis Kdiiii: Adams, of Danville, is n nature as to warrant his arrest, TT-A-IRIA niKiuiiT train broke in two near with Mihn Kate Hail. we will spare his parents the mortitica IjuicaBter, is Williamsburg Thursday nightand Brake of MihsMwiik tion of seeing his name in print this Lagoods was thrown to time, and we sincerely hope he will give visitinj: Miss Annie Hale. man Charls O'Doiim-lMukui ltirrriK and Mamie DkHoiiii, the ground, breaking his leg and other- us no occasion to use it in an unpleasant boots goods are vihHIhk Mth. W. T. Martin. wise injuring him. He was taken to his connection in the future nnd he will not of before. Mim. J. S. Cooi'KK, o! Crab Orcli-ar.- home in Louisville. if ho respecta his raising and acts a geniitliMKiicfitof Mrs. W. It. Wlllon. who A WA Yi'-'T- o Bargain tleman. Go to J. M. Martin'H Cash Mu. JamksL. DrscA.v and wife, of - Store nnd get L'O pounds of granulated to Til r. trial ol W. T. Saunders for the Lsncaiter, are quests at Mr. J. S. Hock'J2 cents, murder of Judge Egbert, after occupysugar for f 1, Arbuckle's collee book we keep Come good green coHee 17J ing the court from Tuesday till 10:!J0 Mll.AMI.MlW. llORAl'B HllOWN, wllO C sugar '22 pounds, ," a yard. J. Saturday, wsb given to the jury at that have been at Knpxville for boiiiu time, cents, brown cotton cents M. Martin, May wood. hour, which wrestled with it till o that are at Mrs. 15. 0. Helm's. 1). Wkahkn reeviiiilng nnd reported that it could not Mk. ami Mih. Iikoih.b The heirs of U. W. Bird have broug'-- t who makes it a turned yesterday from a visit to Mr. and suit for most of the town of Corbin, agree. Judge Morrow, rule to hold the jury in plain cases as Mis. It C: Hail, nt Somerset. Whitley comity, valued at 1100,000. The long as possible, turned it over to the Mm. IIen'kv Tiiomikos and Miss An of court of J property was Bold by a decree aheriir with orders for him to report nie Smith, of Louisville, are Kiiests without all the heirs being present, as with it at o'clock yesterday. Myers. their sinter. Mrs. S.fe. required by law. (). H. Waddle, Hsq., A. URHANSKY, The testimony as adduced, while not MimSai.iii: ItuiiAiiiisoN of St. Louis, of Somerset, is counsel for tho plnintillrt MANES AND quite so strong as at thoexnmiuing trial, Main Street, Stanford, Ky, visiting Miss Julie who has been of such a nature as to leave lit returned homo Saturday. Tiik upper corner lot on the stjuaie was still seems as if a Mus. JnK Sai.isukii, of Paris, and Mrs. above the jail on lncaster street was tie room for doubt and it with Mrs. sold under decree of court Saturday to verdict should have been easily arrived S M llraun, of Ijineaster, are exceptions the Curtis Watta for ;.s.VJ. Tint gives Mr. nt. With three or fomr AND Max Manes, who is quite sick. wife and chilsquare, with the members of the jury were not up to the Wnttfl the entire small Mn. CD. Poiitwooii, county juries and tySA fcyiijT i3J air H dren, of Danville, epent Friday with exception of I. M. Bruce's lot, nnd he average of Lincoln r were perhaps set iu a whirl tells us that he will build two houses on their brains T. .. Morrow at this place. Judge Upright and Horizontal. bv the conflicting statements nnd argu Mn. Ma Manbh has rented of Mr. it next spring. and Portable. All cottage on Mill ments of the counsel. Speaking of the Stationary, Mary Mutheny her power. Tub Pulaski detectives are trying very case a lawyer who sat through it all resizes up to to it in u few days. htreet nn.1 will move left Saturday hard to connect Augden Bridgowatcr, marked that it had been badly managed Uncqualed in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and MiKlss MiimMaii gang, and badly argued on the part of tho a of this county, with the '.CJilllland Durability. to visit her charming friend, Misses but our information is that Bridge has Commonwealth, which failed to cope Illustrated 1'amplets ami your want to Write for Yager and Hessio Hernard, nt long since given up his wicked ways. A with tho pugnacious Miller, the eloquent wu jhp .vjr vtllo. & CO., Bobbitt. ..t- - s and his hnudsoinu dispatch, however, from Somerset, says Bradley and the . Mk. Sam Piikli-M'RINOr-lFIOOHIO KK CIT NFW Modi-sothat ho used to belong to the gang and Finding that t(iat there was uo chance dimihter, Miss Nettln Phelps, of he was iu council with it Thursday for the jury to agree, Judge Morrow dis county, are the gu'fit of Mrs. Dr. C. that NFAV ADVERTISKMENT. last. charged it yesterday evening. It is unFowler. is derstood that six were for acquittal and of Mn, Jok F. Watlus of this otllce, Tiukvks entered the Hpring-housDwiraMc firm of tci Counsel will at once P l?Trn . I acrr. on Crl. Orchard sick with the bllioiw fever ami his Miss Hecky Spoonatnoro and stole 8 or 0 for manslaughter. Trv bail, which under the circum p,U,r,l. Irom Sunfor doctors say he will not be able to be out 10 pounds of butter, several tlor.en eggs apply for w H MLU;R stances the judge will probably lower for 10 days or more. and other things, and then broke into , who now 1 1 ami got away with a from the former sum. ! Cut. U. A. her M. Judge Morrow Bays that it looks n freight train on the N. N. and much petty runs do.en chickens. There is court will last till the last hour SatV., is here us a witness in court, lie is thieving going en iu the country and medium urday, when he will have to leave by A lutc mid tivriciilorcd bitch, and one hind a native of this county. She haia tue nail on one front foot Borne of the thieves will yet get a dose of the noon train to reach his Wayne wife and Mils one that look a if they had been maihed off. Mr. V. K. PKARitand shot, which will check their wild career. to me nd repleae return to tliii A. K. HUNDLEY. Tnvie Kemper have gone South tosnond cede a liberal reward. in Tiik month of October broke the recmaTrimomal MATTERS. anindetlnile time with relatives anil lightness of the rainfall. Onord on tho friends. I Jincaster Itecord. , who ly a thin! of an inch fell, which is 2J Oils; A wedding party took refuge from Mrs. Pirn, Sodkn, of Loiiisvilk-for the last incites less than the average. There has a storm in a building nt Tunis and ISO of luui been in very bad health Totandard-bredearlintrotters, one filly months, came up last week to not a real soaking rain fallen since last the party were killed. iter to Sallic VaguM, 7:a3, by I)anille for two wns given a colt, lull A yearlinc colt by I'ence, dam by Ab of MissJenoah Justice Wille. spend the winter at her father, Mr. Hull spring ami none of Marvel, Meturlierr; nd dam the or more months. Farmers are hauling verdict of $.",000 daiunges against James dallah Sold to diitolte partnership.dam 2.a8. Dudderar's. XINNKI.I.BV. OWSI.F.Y and in some localities i t Stamper at Oraybon for breach of prom7o 4t Mr. 15. C. WaltoxIs back from At- water for miles store is sold at a high price. The owner of the ise of marriage. lanta for a week or two or until the Is put Fort Spring charges 10 cents a to do all kinds And JKWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r he has rental to go In bushiest in DEATH'S DOINGS. In the meantime barrel for it in tho spring and haulers in proper condition. of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. Tin umice forcwarni humeri, fikhrriiien and of Kdward tilher not te ttep about ''.r tents moro for it in Mr. 1'. FarrelTTsoiT-in-laon onr laud without he will till his former place on this pa- demand Inll-a all stuh will be prosecuted to the be town. Uro. Helm prayed for rain Sun McCarty, of Dauville, died at LexingPrescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, exuntof the law. Signed: per and asks that those indebted to it C. M.SI'OOVAMOIRE, and the prayers of nil the righteous ton. day day and night. prepared to s.'ttl at once. K UKUCL William, the eldest son of Dr. J. L. 35 should be lifted for a ce.sa.iUon of tho THOMAS C. HAM STKKI.KIIAII.KV McKee, of Dauville, died in Orlando, CITY AND VICINITY. alarming drouth. A.M. KKUA.NI he was engaged in business. Fla., where 0sTi:gs served in any style at It. Tiik speech in the Saunders case which It. II. Uoundtree, a wealthy and .occasioned the most comment was that lawyer of lbanon, died Hansford for the prosecution. Thursday, aged His estate is valued Dinner and Tea of W. 1. Headquarters For Nkw Chamber Sets, Hu wiw particularly severe on the de- at 180.000. receive! ht A. A. Warren's. Suts just " fendant, whom he characterized as a r The Somerset Keporter records the 1.1m ..In Circuit Court "rderer, ami claimed he deaths of Mrs. Mary ltarron, widow of Jamt llult.&c , riaintiffs vi Chester Coffey, llous, to Mrs. Mark Thompson, who Sale in Kitilty. At.., Dcft'iiilann. llarrodsburg, had not J Dice of marshal for 14 the was Mi?sAddie Haydon.of pi inter, and Brutus Tarren.lpriHl in the above Ilv Mrtue of a judgment years a gill. it jo good people wanted tar, son of the late Judge Tartar. HylV.1 .ae at the Ottobertcrrr., 1&91, of anl court, r of the rabble, of him.' Mrs. Mamie Quinn I will un io votes The deaths of of H you are going hunting get u pair Oilier accused him in reply Taylor, wife of Dr T. J. Taylor, Dr. Jas. 1891, Nov. shoes. Sev- who our high lacing waterproof ing f.j gone of which. Mr. HansHerndon and Mrs. Ann Letcher, i&t ilay ol the Nieiuber term, igi, HeiiiK erance k Son. ford is ou.te a tluent speaker and bin ef. the latter M years old, are noted in tho of the the Lincoln county court, ell before the court considerable ap-- ; liouciloor in Stanford, Ky , at i o'clock p. m. or j,.jimonj leister Ki.n miii Coocku, son of County Cleik fort was rewarded with piibla aiiktion to the hlh.'Jt WJ. Judge Morrow promptly wasreceivedSaturday un- ther'alut,al in a cider plau-which A ,i;sjmtch ilertlic foilowin;; drtcnbeJ property, to.wit; G. 15. Cooper, caught his hand ir Land, .itnalcil in Lincoln county, Tract mashed checked and said if such demonstrations noun(.jn(, the death of Mrs. Leila Ilaire, andboiii'lci Uni, HeBUinitij: ill tin- centre of mill a few davs ago and literally and hi- - linger. occurred again he would have the court, ut iA,xilluton. Oa. Her sister, Mr?. Alice the SuntonlLine MuMoiiville turnpike, opposite to a jelly two of or where a intercti al pike; thence with X. ji room cleared. Haughiuan, went to see her recently and cintiefcfline N jW f poles, of et H poles 41 P'le, thence North 4"' Marshal Nkwi.am is no rcspectr her appiuent improvement she start- Wet ih.'iu-- jsW Wet t.. poles, iheucc North on s link, ,H jllU ilH "l.irn.K Turns" by May Smith pole 10 llllk, ihfnce 35'., et 66 Wet persons. He sll't A rkU ,llim ed home Friday. When she got hero a poles n links, theiiLvleavini: the Uni'S, 11 V 4 man and he a company of artists nave and Green's corner, to learn of her l'le 1.' ii quick as ho would a poor a. stone. Liberty was shocked linkno backing of most amuBiiiK entertainment, Fiidiiy Sunday she 1" ttipm e his line. X. 64 w 7 l"'" 1, Jol deserves the praise and the death. cenlri'of branch 1$ feel North ofilnuble linn thill iiiRht, which was greatly enjoyed by a of branch, theme X 70' ,, citiens. kMiuUoii right all H. T. Duncan, of the Lexington W 00 twle to a branch at wtrr cap. orner . in more than an averaged sized audience. n. 78 10 :UI of and other, thence line 01 or ..r.i.tv ..m Ul . w,..v., .... .....iii... .W It is said that u gang of 20 miners at JihIko V. U. Carson, who hasn't missed Press was defeated for councilman. Dr. Jones IOf llllhImp. S. 6V K .... poles 10 aTn.ti.i u wnn -r IUUV, Dcalerln. lHlle stone . unuini! hu tho convicts liberated by the n show in the 11 years that tho Opera j, Yoiin! is amon the chosen. 4 poles to Kpiinedy, thence his line X J3S U1 K 140 poles to . I,i,l v tlirnrn with same S here SumUy. It is House has been open, says it was the d Kricoville Senator Faulkner, of West Virginia, ?iif sai'l pike, thence with said p ik e to th? AND JEWELET, CLOCKS WATCHES, Btated the State of Tennessee will pay -. best ho ever saw in Stanford. Miss Hob- - who has been speaking in New York, centre and conlainini; lieKiniiiii);, ....). fnr thi-icaiiture. which if true, bins is a charming little soubrette, who 8!iys ti,e state is ood for 'JO.OOO demo-sin;- s to 102 Acres 2 Roods 7 Polos will cause many of them tobe returned well and dances to perfection. Miss cratic majority. laTRepairing neatly and prompt punishment. of tlie coal miners in higher nnd tlo their Madio Wensley can kick The bin strike Of Laud, heme the name kind conieyed to Mary ly done. n any dancer tne pittsburi: district will be declared oil' C. Hull bv I'ence. encepl a small portion of same wWfin Wilwfcrw"si apf. II. T. Hush, real it more gracefully than most I.ANi) to Jenkins and cornered by Nearly U',000 men have been sold whoLW on tne northsaid Unit the Stanford and of her inches, while Miss Anj;io and side ol lis estate agent, sold for Robert McAlister, Uustomille turnpike. showed reat versatility in the several idle for three months. a ;ood, conilnrulile cottage house I will take old gold or silver in exchange tor goods. farm near town of .U:l acres at $10. his Said land (Stanford, Ky.) Policeman l'artin, of Pineville, was mid other improvement thereon and is termini; characters she assumed, besides beinj: a T. I). Newland gets I7' acres adjoining Robbing as acquitted of the killing of John Partin kind It is a desirable farm and is about a miles Kood vocalist. Mr. l'red from Uustomille on theSUntord pike. him and Will II. Hays the remainder, J. X. MEXEFEK a. c,stx K n wjl0 resisted with a mm when he Said ale v ill bo made on a credit .if Mind residence and im- Socrates Winterplppin proved himself purchaser required to execute bond with which includes the of rare ability, in addition to trill,ted to arrest him. approved personal security, buying the force and provements. Mr and Mis. McAlister M,"JH IClrtllUHK JIIUBIIICIU, Ol (iov. Iluchaiian lias onereu ii re- eltPCtuntil . all of the purchase money" is naid and other accomplishments, in tlio presfuture are not determined as to their of tho miners laud lxvriiiz per cent interest Irom date until paid ence of tho audience and in less than wards for the conviction O. M. DAVISON. M. C L C C o home, but we hope they will noi ieao two minutes he painted u landscape that convicts, and also a reThe best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. who released the neighborhood. the would be proud to do in ward of f-- each for the capture of the many au artist T? OATLlHi or KKXT An excellent Farm finely Improved. 10$ acres, on LUMBER, IT U 1 OA to have a a day. Charles 11. Russell was a splen- released convicts, SASH, Tiik Methodists aie going miles from depot. Mium & Owsikv. pike, j stew-ard- s MOORS, ne;ro c laracter and in fact every At a meeting of the did solitary 'parsonage. Love. Love is often but others' Saturday, it was agreed member of the cast wasjjood. We hearSIDING, and SHINGLES, nor blight can adjoining tily commend the company to amusemen- leaf, but neither storm M&THEWS. MRS. a lot of M. I. Kmote, to buy Verandah and Stairwork at citv prices. fade it; like tho perfume that a dead Oaiivlllu avenue, t-lovers, with the assurance that Mrs. Fannio Dunn, on PURCHASING AGENT, llower sends forth, it is sweet when all t Mr. hlmoro a every feature of the show is laughable .15 feet front by 200 eil the gav sunshine has departed; when all Chicago, : : : : Illinois. build a I,AW house on and enjoyable. We carry a full stock of everything found in a oiler of 7o0 and its bloom is past, it has the fragrance of understood that Mr. ,7 riyiuouth IM.icp or i5v Wentwoith Ave. lingering beam it at once. It Much fc'earnent sold 111 fat Iioks at:ij memory; it is the last subscribed $.)00, P.inimlstiou c nrr cent Kemit by lUrnov VanArsdale 1ms '.). He also sold that glows long nftor sun and star have mem and bought II feeders at Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract Order, 1'oMal Note, New York Exchange or by Mr. J. A. Harris. S3Q0 and other cattle toM. K. Klkia it Co. sot a refuge from tho tempestuous and Express. Opportuniticx lor bargains in all lines according to ttieir some butcher SINK & MKNEFKE, Stanford, Ky. or building. ol joods unsiirpaised. hers as liberally bereaving Btorms. Now York Ledger. at 2 cents. means. InteriorJouknal BAURKLof honio-ma- do sorghum just J bus. I Big For this -- The Louisville Store will continue the , you need the goods or not: .. """u, vw ww--.-- Read the following prices and they will fiir-tiit- j pi., pants,90c. wj. Mens' all wool jeans j. ahe you buy if -.. i 1 1 ,,.., """'7" TpriS Hoc, f ,v., vwwuuj Mens' suits $2.50. Mens' shirts 20c. Mens' cassimere pants $1. Boys' suits $2.25. Boys' cassimere pants 60c. Ue will also sell for lids week ,t. riii-H- 51,-00- 0, Calicoes, Indigo, OIsTL'Sr I mm Black and other Brands lla-gra- Ci-iib- l I. l, prices. All dress dies' long cloaks, reefers with fur, Astrachan trimmings, and plush cloaks shoes at prices never heard All other as clothing, trunks, oilcloths, carpets, etc., at your own prices. buys $20' s worth of goods from GIFEN eachcustomer us one Fine Rocking Chair It is not necessary buy all these goods at the same time. account of will in and get your and your purchases. CZEHSTTS PBB FIVE stripes and, plaids at reduced in plain colors, ! EGGS JJSTID FEATHERS Bought at the highest market vrice. THE LOUISVILLE STORE Proprietor. Jkfm STEEL BOILERS, Semi-Portable 26-horse 1 Mer-Min- n, GABRIEL, Managers. i .In-h- Kri-- f 5a . n su THE JAMES LF.FFEL o i;ni) ! W. B. McROBERTS, DRXJQGXST A3MD Kihki-atruk- hen-hous- e now-lik- e LOST LOST oflt-eo- JEWELEK, !. Complete Line of School Books, School Fin-il- er Supplies, r Fancy Stationery and Tablets. Fine Trotters For Sale. The Best and Purest White Lead and Ready Mixed Paints and NeaVs Carriage Paints; Newest Styles i: eonm-quenc- e A-- j-- POSTED. Largest and Handsomest Line of verware, Watches, Clocks Sil- et I i 1 Zim-iner- well-know- n . Commissioners's Sale. B.K.&W.H. WEAKEN Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves, m m - cold-bloo- du Stoves, well-know- n 4 T lonclay, 9th, 1 -- e, j - ! e Kob-bin- .1 Stoveware, Stovepipe. PwOBT. g FE1TSEL, .1 m 1 otn-e- K- - pa-se- 1 .1 r Vs?ViiSwS?tiW5 n SAi-C- Uu-se- ll , to-da- All Work Warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. h.i-- . I , Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, BLINDS, V rnrj mm WOVEN" "WIRE A1TD SLAT FENCX. - Pot-Orli- FIRST CI.ASiS X.XJMBER YAHD. j-3- i j- - w.. N aj y, F Till). "If the now ongine I nm nbout to Fubllahod Every Tuotiday and Fr day have constructol is not capable of making 100 miles an hour I'll give her away AT to the first ior.on I meet." vasavrc, iiv ad1" sf vs This astounding atatoment was made not jo pai-- S2.50 ".! e charged. by Mr. Jackson Richards, tho master mechanic of tho Philadelphia and Heading railroad. Mr. Richards has leen L. LOCAL TIMS CARD. K. working on his latest invention for tho Train i.aics Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning' past ten years, and a few days ago the t.t $:o p. m. drawings were completed and tho patL. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ent was applied for. In outward appearance the new locoWill train going North lin pm motive will not differ materially from " " South 131pm Rxnress train " South nam the Fiwdy engines now used. Tho pe North Local Freight North 6v)Stnl culiarity of construction lies in tho fact South, ' 512pm that instead of the two cylinders as used The latter train aNo carry passengers. at present there will bo four. One cylinis calculated on standard time. Solar j The above der will bo located on each side of tho ctme is about 10 minutes faster locomotive frame as at present, and tho other two will be cast in what is known as the cylinder saddle. Tho inside pair of cylinders are to bo in one pieco and will lie on an angle. Tho outsido cylinhumor ders aro to bo horizontal as at present. in blood, The four cylinders will entirely overcome what is known to engineers as tho and dead center, and the engine will bo perfectly balanced without any counterbalance in tho wheels. This latter improvement will, to a large degree, do away with the vicious pounding which has proved so destructive to modern roadbeds. The perfect The balancing of the engine will be largely economical, due to the working of tho two cylinders so near her center, aud these same speedy, and cylinders, working as they do from such effective of all a central point of vantage, will help out blood-purifier- s. in tho matter of speed to a great degree. Phil. Cor. Boston Post. Semi-Weekly Interior Journr. A Speedy I.ooninotlT a.tcig rhen I i J 1 n-ar- ul I I FOR SCROFULA scrofulous the ulcers, catarrh, consumption, use most Ayer's Sarsaparilla safe, Indian Who lllile In Fine Carriages. Th Sionx nation is rapidly becoming a nation of aristocrats. During tho past few weeks many fine new carriages havo crossed over here to tho Sioux reserva-- 1 tion, and all of them belonged to mem-- ! bers of the Sioux nation who came- here tit different times and pnrchabed them, paying for the samt in good hard cash. Cairiage dealers aro now, in doing a rushing business with the Indians, and the demand for tho finest and most expensive carriages is increasing, all the prominent and wealthier Indians appearing determined not to be outdone 1)3 11113 other member or inemlrors of the tribe. Tho purchase by one Indian of an carriage is btuo to anniae the jealousy of some other Indian, and then g eome rustling is done. Cattle or that will net them the money needed is hurried to the nearest market and disponed of, and with tho money thus obtained the fortunate Indian will hurry to a wagon and cairiage dealer and purchase the finest carriage that can bo procured. Tho Lower Brule and Crow Creek Indians are already tho possessors of many fine turnouts, and should the3" keep on as they are now doing every Indian will soon travel about in a carriage of his owii. If tho carriage manufacturers would paint their carriages a gaudier color it would result in laVgeh increased sales, on the frontier at least, but at tho Kite the Indiana are purchasing it is quite probablo that they are satisfied with tho plain colors. South Dakota Cor. Minneapolis Journal. const-quonce, j Bucklen's Arnica Salve The best salve in the world for cuts, bruitct, sote, ulcers, salt rheum, Cover sores,allletter, chamskit, erup ped hands, chilblains, corns and "- lions and positively cures piles, or do pay requirI wish to tell privately civ Farm 01 m Acres satialaeliot , ed. It I tfuirantecd 10 Pv ninh of Stanford, or money refunded, Prico 15 cents per box. situated I'.ralleWill t ike pleasure In ry , on the showing to Danville pike sale by A R. l'cnnv, Stanford, Ky. or Apply t any one wishing to pnrliaie " tm m Good Farm For 3alo. J nRHiHT. I'"' . ' , Nurseries? FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL BLUEGRASS j This remedy is becoming no well known nnd so popular as to need no special mention ah wno . lusciiscdKlcctricllitter-- . sine the same song of praise A purer medicine doc not exist and it Is !ruar.inteed to do nil that is, claimed liloctric on Kid-neHitter will cure nil diseases of the Liver and andt Plmplc, UoiU. Salt Uheum v will remove III other affections caused by impure blood. nreicnt dne Malariaall from the sUin andFor a cure as ermt easy. of Malarial IVrr well at cure Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try lilec-tn- c Kntirc satisfaction Raurantred or Hitter ........ .. r. f.m.UJ l'rice H nd il per bottle A 11 Penny's drugstore Electric Bitters af-j- m Lot for SAiijay , 1 Main Street in Stanford Containing imci TREES OF ALL SMUI. Fltlirs, im-s.,n'i 111 . aires. KINDS. T R WALTOV, Stanford. Hili ll 2Tor Sale It I'rii I JLotH .iti I Urn Wi pus. no nirenla. lHsi ripfivi! nt. Uohupm on application. S''UIfU. rt' r" totinily found In tilidlslilili M. A lull btoclc CIllAPK elo-ga- nt auj-thin- Mr Frank Huffman,. jouni; man of llurllitff ton, C, stitei that he had Ken tinder the care of two prominent physicians and used their treatment until he was not able to get around 1 hey pronounced his case to be Consumption and Incurable. He was persuaded to try Dr. King ihcw Discovery for Consumption, Couch and Colds lk acwilht andnt that time was not able to had ttrcet "ithout restljg He found before he betused hnlf of a dollar boitle that lie a much enjoying ter: he continued to ue it aud is sood health If vou have mis throat. Inn or chest trouble trv it Trial fetsttle free at A. R Penny s drvx store to-d- AWondor Worker. Twcntv HuilcHnir THE I H. F. HSLLENMEYER. LEXINGTON, KY. a.tA In the corporate limits o Rowland I. DAKST. Rowland. RILEY B. RILEY, HOUSE, -- Proprietor, - 12.. London, ;; - - low V'tt " Kontucky. FRANK RILEV. AlSmiCMCAMHiC TO Good Livery attached and every convenience dented. Give me a call. trqvemosed to my new Hotel asd am bettet prepared than ever to accommodate the public OMfrUAW And When When When When Baby was slclr, wo sato her CastorU. tdie was a Child, she) cried for Castoria. she became Miss, she duns to Castoria. she had CUIMren, she) care ttieoa Castorl. ALL POINTS LIME AND BRICK. WJI'.ST .And I wilt deliser Lime at 33 Cents a Iluthel In t.sn I'ullmsn Vetttbtilrd llurlet Sleeneri smi !.. man Ilulfet Chair Cars on all trains through to caster, Stanford and the neighborhood. Chicago without vhance. I svill s'so load on cars at Crab Orchard, Iln y j hu v iuc .,itnn nnu gri ine iesi igr ine leant at 73 cents a hundred Gire mc a chance. ; moury for information address . 6m HU-.I-) KllUKv.KR, Crab Orchard IAS IIMsKKK.O Chi. ago Has Cured Others will The transmission of sermons by telephone to thoso who from various causes aro unable to attend church services, which was experimented with in EngSURGHON DENTIST. land last j'ear, has turned out so success Office on Main street, over W. D. McRoberU' ful that steps are being taken to extend Drug Store, Stanford. its uso on a largo scale. Provided with the receiver specially used, it is said that invalids can hear perfectly while in bed. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. In a quiet room the tolling of the bell is distinctly audible, the before sen-icDENTIST. prayers can be followed, the responses Office on Mam street, opposite Portman House, emphasized aud every word of the up stairs. Nitrous Oxida Gas given for painless distinguished, while solos in tho extracting. anthem ore heard as distinctly as in the STANFOKD, KENTUCKY. church. Twenty-fou- r calls were recently received at the telephone office for connecPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, tion with n local church in nn English town, nutl as the number of subscribers STANFORD, KY. there probably numbered not nioro than Office in Odd Fellows' Uuildin;, up stairs. Office hours 7 to 3 a. m., to 3 p. m , 7 to 3 p. m. sixty, it is evident that the privilege of hearing tho sermon without going to the church for it was appreciated. In 11111113 DR. W. B. of the large towns in England, especially in Manchester, Nottingham, Stafford, Wolverhampton, the church telephone Office South side Main street, in office recently service has come to be quite an instituvacated by Dr. L. F. HutTinan, Stanford, Ky. tion. New York Recorder. cure you. Sermon by Telephone In linglntiil. A.S. PRICE, e Dr. II. ClNunnelley, 1 PENNY, Dentist. Capital .and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Rank of Stanlord in 1853, then as the National Bank of Stanford in iS6j and as the Firat National Dank of again Stanlord in iS32, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of 12 years It is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ty and liberally than ever before in its long aud honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms aud individuals respectfully solic-te- d. Farming Does I'ay Sometime. M. CRAIG, "Well, I suppose have heard a great many big stories of our wonderful Homeopathic Physician, crop," remarked Hon. Thomas Simpson, KENTUCKY. STANFORD, - - of Winona, "but I have jnst heard one Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m to 3 p. m ; 3 to which I know is true and which well p. m. indicates the greatness of this year's crop Office on Lancaster street, opposite court house. in the grains besides wheat." Mr. Simpson then related to the reporter the history of two Winona bo3's in South DaNATIONAL BANK kota this summer, withholding tho names of the oun;r men. Last snnnir thev OF STANFORD, KV. rented 3,200 acres in South Dakota at fifty cents an acre and put in a crop of flax. From this farm they obtained Stock 50.000 bushels of flax, an average of a Surplus little over fifteen bushels tc tho cie. Selling this at ninet3-fircents per Attention of the public is invited to the fact that this is the only National Hank in Stanford. bushel the 3oung farmers realized Under the provisions of the National Bank Act. Their estimated expense Was five depositors are secured not only by the capital stoc!c, but bv the stockholders liability lor sn dollars per acre, or 10,000, and this, deamount equal to the stock, so that depositors of ducted from the gross receipts, leaves a this institution are secured by .1 fund of Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank profit or $31,."i00 for one summer's work are made each )earto the United States governfor two 3'oung men. The grain is now ment and its assets are examined at stated times St. Paul Pioneer Press. by government agents, thus securing additional iu the elevators. DE. JOHN u 1 39-'- y many women suffer from Excessive or Harvey Chaffee, of East Valle, a well Scant Menstruation; they don't Know known oil contractor, who was badly VV-iVJarwho to confide In to get proper advice. Cures cuts, btune. old sires, sVin disrates, burned by a natural gas explosion on tho corns, bunions, piles, fistula, scratches, halter Don't con&de in anybody but try . wzTje tr 'sssssss: burnt, dew poison and biuues Whrrerer It hst 7th of May, is in the city for tho purpose been used it has ricn wonderful satisfaction and BrfSTsTsTsTsssssWjrTlsS having the bkin grafting process tried of its propensity tor removing sorene.s is reiuarka ayjsss'aTaTff bie. Numerous testimonials will be secured and on him. Mr. Chaffee was verj" sevcrelj will appear in this space at a later date Made roasted. Tho skin was burned off his nd sold by Specific for PAINFUL, PROFUSE, J. II IIIGfJINS, Stanford, Ky. face and neck, and ten holes were left iu SCANTY. SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR his head. The mobt serious scorching . .IF VOl' ARK (.OINti MENSTRUATION. was that upon tho thelitis. Thev were Dock to WOMAN" mailed free. completer burned off both e'es, and in or BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, G. their stead at preM?nt is tho raw, inId by U lrcs-Ut-. rnviTTTrrA M&izimm flamed and swollen flesh. The Bight h the i moot repulsive, hut Mr. Chaffee bears his misfortune with great fortitude. R. GENTRY' When asked if his injuries were painful, he replied: "Yes, sir, they hurt me Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, subright smart at times, but it takes a great ject to the action of the Demoirali- - party Chlcigo, deal to make me grunt. I can stand a Michigan I'cinli, St l.o 1I1, tljffa 9, IS'. (("wwu. heap. You ought to have seen me when Louisvit.lt a NasMvilic R. R. inuianapolli ana tne is rit, I was burned. My ears were as big as Is a candidate for New FngUnd, Canada, as Sheriff, Subject 3'our fist and ni3 head as big aa a half to the action of the democracy Election Not Is the lire for oa.as 'is bushel measure. I was a regular sight. ii.; Wsthingtun. Ilaltimere. Pbdideiiihit, I ranLlort K) You can ask 1113 wife there," and he re tuukest tame to Ilarrodtbiirg, Short-sMKl'.INIA and Ki'hmnd, ferred the reporter to a pleasant woman Make close tonLc t.jr.s at QuuVtit l.ne to who sat near. hereby warn every person from hunting on er ' v5 OBH.1JK The work of putting new C3elids upon passing through my farm or the farm generally LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI farm jiow in me. at the tho unfortunate con trader is to bo done knn person McCart through br'tini'inf without For all points Solid Traia, bigags cars, moling rtrs and pasting tiiery coiihea. I'btlmaa Ikiudjir hlc'tiert through with, THROUGH TICKKTS SOLI). by Dr. F. D. Edsall, who said that he permission will be pronsaited. said farms UAGCAia; CIIKCKKD THROl'lill out t hsnite 11a hattsn oga, llirniicgham, Merld I). M CRK.If'.HTON would cut tho material for Mr. Chaffee's un malin; direct onn lions en route for Kaqc. sille, Aihcsille, l.yn- hburgand points In the For any inforfvun sninire of e3elids out of tho patient's arm. Except ' L CLIFFOKP Ag'nt. his burns Mr. Chaffee was in a nine-Gras- s for Or .Stanford, K. W. W. I'ENN. Trav. Pass Agent. uealtl'3' condition, aud his own cuticle t One Jinciion C t), Ky would perhaps knit more rapidl3 than acres ofhundred "and a high state oland cultivation. good land, In At Chattanooga fur Atlanta, Columbus, Wilminr that from another person. The new A large, splendid nesv baru, two good cabins and Ion. Charicsleo. Augusts, Aiacon, Atvannth, Bruoiick, Lake Cily.Thoinamll. aud FLOltl will be bereft of eyelashes, but Other nuthouses. Will sell cheap. llustonulle, Ky. miles from 11. IXM&tS. ntility and a enro is what is sought after This land lies ,H The only tine running solid trains with choir. S. P.STAC.O, I'ullmsn lloujoir or I'aJice Slreping Cars to Jai.li rather than beaut3 in this case. PittsStanford. Ky ton vit!e without change lor any clan of patten Newport News.V .Missistirol Valley Co , "E. D. burg Post. gcrsor baggage To Hitv New Kycllds. Every Month 1 mir n;i mi W 1, CRl'SII, I l.oumille IIHHsC i, Bradfleld's iv.n Femata Regulator north: west, ,,.. R. OiWOINISATX J. MENEFEE, New York, FARM POSTED. Double Dailv Trains Iiostou, t 1 PJEW AKi C 60-i- m - Farm for Sale one-half seventy-eigh- CABOLIIUS, e3-eli- 56-jr-r. OLD KY. E0UTE 10 r FIRST 3200,000 - 16,500 e f 17,-50- 0. 5,. T. J. Foster, The Directory of this Bank is composed ot of Stanford; Forcstus Reid, Lincoln county; J.W. Ilnydun, Stanford; S. II. Ilaughmun, Lincoln; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernou; Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Hooker. Stanford; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford; W. G.Welch, Stanford. W. P. Tate, Stanford b.t OFFICERS: J. S. Ilccker, President; John J. Mc Roberts, Cxshier; A. A. Mc Kinney, Attittant Cashier yr Noliln I)4eil of u Trump. Rareby indeed is anything seen in the papers to the credit of the genus tramp, but it is likely that man3 of them aro as urave as Ihoma Burns, whose prompt and daring deed recentl3 saved the life of a little Italian girl, and shamed hundreds who inactively witnessed tho incident. Shu had fallen into the fountain of tho City Hall park, New York cit. Crowds of well dressed people 6aw her peril, but not ono of them made an effort to save her. The3 stared in speechless dismii3, some of them probably thinking that water might injure their garments, when Thomas Burns', whose attiro denoted him to be of tho tramp order, hurriedly made his way to the front, plunged in and saved the imperiled child, whose unconscious body nlreadj lay at the bottom of tho fountain. Yaukee Blade. Twenty Pound Salmon for a Cent A pier. The present wonderful run of salmon has so slutted the market that for some We offer for sale privately 200 Acres nf Land 6 on miles south ot timo theso silver sided beauties havo a dn'ellini. and C. O storethe Somerset rnad to It hat acres house and barn one been selling nt five cents apiece, but the in timber Good on. hard and plenty of water Call on or address us at Crab Orchard, Ky price took a tumble yesterda3 and sev- COLI.IKR. IIASTIN eral fishermen sold a loat load of fine 5J..tra Nihiiou, weighing about twenty pounds each, at the pitiful price of one cent apiece. Ono cent tor a twentv pound Haslng purchased the interest Of ray former silver salmon, the finest quulity of that ...(.....- VI. w. K lihr.l is excellent fish, .. . tho lowest, price perhatw lhy, 'n,c I will continue the cash h.n,1 , , ,. . ever SOUl lor 111 UllS or which the firm of Hilton .tMcrherson started out mat a lOOU prove any other countrv, but "n are so' beneficial (on'nl-- ' nty customers andwhy it wiiibe ? myself, for both plentiful that pjple do not know what mitanco look at these prices, ao granulate.l sugar for Si. Arbuckles 'coffee J cents per to do with them., ., , . pound and all other goods 10 proportion Also . ..Ti haieon and vhlnglet it is esuuiareu mar.! euougu nsu couiu sale hand at all times lumber II. HILTON. for J bo taken thf-rin one day to fill 1,000 Rowland, K. y barrels. Fishermen K13 tlay can make 57 big moue3 by selling salmon at a centi apiece to tha canneries if the will only j bu all the3 can catch. One man caught fourteen with a gill hook attached to a STANFORD, KY , hoe handle yesterday, and another man claims to have found them in such numbers iu shallow water in the Dungenes that he threw them out with a pitchfork and soon got fish enough to last for a QTIus Hotel, renovated and refurnithed, it now as to iu my charge ind I intend to conduct it month. Fort Town&end Loader. r.ot only maintain its high reputation, but to add A- $1,000 Cash.. fob. cash oixzrsr. 1 I ' llhr.n mmlf m l 1 I - btlma and Montgoriery, Hunttville, Decatur. Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS lonii Shortest and qutcLett to Anniston, Selms, Mo bile Uncct connections made at NKW OR- LEANS wittout omnibus Irantltr for GMreitoa All points bail and iiDumuiii I Only one nicht out from Lesington. Houston, Austin. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Corrected Time Card in Effect May H. j j The only through line to Jackson and Vicktburg, ICiiMt Jtoutul. I Mtu , hrevtpvrt La,, malm: direct connrctloni Fast Mail leases Lesington daily at j j; am, without omnihut traotfer for Dallas, fort Worth, lllll 10 4e Austin. San Antonia, hi Paso and pointtin Winchesters i. Mt Merlin u.Olne Ashland 11.13 pn, Catlettsbur; n !, arriving at I Huntington 11 30 pm TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. Limited Expiitt leases lnntton duly at 6 M, For thruugh ram, corre t county mapt and I il pm, Winchester 700 It Mlerimgrj, Olive Hill I information ssllon Agent at Junction Citv, Ki , o ot, Ashlatm 10 ya .atutltttt.rg to 41, arriving at' or address rilANKU WOOLLKV, I lluntingtun at il 07pm Tiav Fast Agt , Lesington. Ky AccnjunoJatioB, dailv escrpt Sanday, leaves D. MILLER. D G EDWARDS, Lexington at 3 43 pin, in. hosier 7 10, Mt. bier-linlratlic Vangr., t.. I' . T. A , 7 S3, arrislng at Ollse Hilt at la pm Cincicnax AcLomraodalluii, dally escrpt Susday, leaves Iamgtnn at 11 to sm, Winchester I'M pm, .Mt Sterling " pm Daily leave Olive Hill A tl am' Ashland S ts am, Catkttsbu g 01, arrive Hunt tngt 41 y 13 am. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, tti Solid Veilib uiea Trams 1 e PORTMAN HOUSE, JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. accommodati- Sliitrka In I.onir Islanil .Sniuiil. to Its lung lilt o: friendt. Special on-, for commercial travelers and fine rooms fur l'rize Fut Men of the N01 tlitrest. The competition for tho prizes for the Co. greatest amount of adipose tissue finally narrowed down to three candidates. The OF STANFORD, KV., prize for the fattest man was carried off Is now fully organized and ready for business with by F. S. Hammond, of Alpina, who tipped the beam at 373 pounds. Mr. Hamyears old and $200,000. mond is but twenty-threPaid up Capital of six feet high. The prize consisted of a Surplus, . - - 15,000. fine overcoat. The second prize, a handSUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL some cane, was won b3 Joseph McKeo, BANK OF STANFORD, proprietor of the Cactus Call House, who Ills Distlneiilsliinf Characteristic. Now closing up) with the same assets and under weighed 2S2 pounds, and is 0 feet 4 inchea Fanglo (to Crinkle, Yalevard, '93) in height. Portland Oregonian. the same management. By tho wa3, I saw a man from 3'our col-- 1 By provisions of its chatter, depositors are as fully protected as ate depositors in National lego at a summer resort. Ho was cardIrish Literature. Ranks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of their stock It is stated that Sir Charles Gavan ing everything before him. at the par value thereof, in addition to the Duffy is therein Crinkle (proudly) Yes, sir. That is a engaged 011 a long cherished amount invested in such shares. It may net as executor, administrator, trustee, die, as fully as project the preparation of a Beries of distinguishing characteristic of our men. ao individual. What was he doing? To those who entrusted their buisinets to us notable Irish publications somewhat Fanglo Acting as waiter iu the dinwhile mnaglu the Lincoln National Bank of after tho style of CasseU's "National Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and Library" ing room. Harper's Bazar. volumes. The veteran statestrust they will continue to transact their business man, though in rather weak health, is with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenGutta percha is the gum of tho percha tion to same, our twenty years' experience in still as great an enthusiast in the matter tree, which grows in tho Malayan isbanking andas liberal accommodation, as are conof popular Irish literature as when, nigh sistent with sound banking. locality. The price of fifty ago, in conjunction with lands nnd that niKiCToHs: this article has more than doubled withThomas Davis and John Bluke Dillon, J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon ; wastn- he started the Dublin Nation. London in wn vc.irs. nlilnflv because of tho J. M. Hall, Stanford; fulness of the natives in collecting the Star, J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; gum by telling mo trees anu tno inS.J. Embry, Stanford;' A Curious Hunter. creased demand for it in insulating elecE. Lynn, Stanford; J. Dunbar Jack, who ia one of the best tric wires. A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeville; hunters in all the down east region, is J, K.Haughman, Huitonville; The peach crop of Maryland was so deaf and dumb. He has a camp near J. F. Cash, Stanford; Beddingtou. He trapped four bears and great that a fine crop has been left on William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. a largo number of otters, muskrats and the trees, as it would not pay to pick S. H. Sbauks, President. minks last reatou. Trapping and hunt them. Thousands of trees will be dug B. Owsley, Cashier J. up un account, ol me iiuu epicim ul tun j ing U the greater part of his business. W. M. Bright, Teller. yellow. J Bangor Commercial. J, II. Bauhmao, General 95-i- Farmers BanM Trust -- e All unusual number of largo sharks was reported during September in Long Island aud Fisher's Island sounds. To these the name of man eater is generally applied. As a matter of fact, however, the true man eating shark (Carcharodon carcharias) is raiely seen on our coast. This species grows to a length of twen-- ' and to the weight of one ton, being surpassed in size only ly the basking shark. It is a relative of tho enor- -' mous shark whoso teeth occur fossil in the phosphate beds of South Carolina. Aiy shark measuring nine or ten feet in length is liable to be called a man eater, and not without warrant, for all of them will attack man with slight provocation or when (suffering from hunger. Forest and Stream. et thedUploy of sample.. A tl First-Clas- s Saloon POOLROOMS attached. JOSEPH COFFLV. And IIILLIARDand ' NOTICE TO THE., ' TRAVELING . PUBLIC. I have opened in connection with my Hotel, the I MTTERS . HOUSE, ..A . . . J , First-ClaS- S aUvery!Stable, And offer the services of it to the public, flrand new vehicles and fresh blooded horses male unstable cemparc with The Boat in John 11. GIsh me a call. P W. GREEN, Proprietor AL. BURNS, Manager Castleman. the Country. A. G. Linham ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL.: BAUBFjK&OASTTjEM AN MANAGERS, Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents throughout the South. .1 I r. A. TRIBBLB, STANFORD. LoCAl AgO&t, K.V. Tiook-Kcep- J Mail leaves Huntington dally at no am. Callettsburg 0 a;, Ashland , Ollse Hill Mt sterling tor, v inchesler 11 03 and arrives Lea- pm iugt at uos mited Kspreit leaves Hun'lngton daily st n Tho Shortorit nnd Qulolcoat Itouto from ; Central Kon uckv to all point North , Asliiin.l pm, Ullve Hill Wmchetlsr 4 3 and arrive ErsBt, West ivr.ci fao.ith-Wod- t. jot, Mt. Mtiling3 pm. Fuuc at l.eslngl' n at Lino botwoon Loxlnirion ami CincinAccommodation, dally esrept Sunday, leaves nati. Olive Hill am. Mt. Sterling 6 J5 Winchester THROUGH TRAINS CINCINNATI TO MID 7 15 and arrives at Lexington at . .15 sm. Acromrrodallon daily leaves Huntington at 6 33 DLtrlOROL'OH and JEI.L1C. pm, Catletttburg 657, Ashland 7 10 and arrives st SCHEDULE IN KFFECT MAY lo.iSgi Olive Hill S55 pm. Except Sunday leases Mt Sterling at ao pm, Winchester 1 35 and arrives a Lexington at a 43 pnt No I. I No. s I No J . Limited Vestibuled Express runs daily and tat Ex Sun. Pullman Vettlbulcd Huff et Slcpcri between Lou. F. Daily Sun ttvllle, Lexington, Washington, New York and Lve Cincinnati .. t to a m IS 00 Dm 1 00 p m Old Point Comfort. This tram 11 made part of the Lve Covington... 0 iS a mi S 08 p m J 06 p m celebrated q 41 a m; 9 ii p m 4 J p m Lve Falmouth.... 11 13 a mjio 13 p m 6 10 p m Arr Paris. . 11 10 p m)ii 00 p m 7 aip m Air Lexington East of Huntington on the C. ,V O. Route Sunday beFast Mall Trains run daily 11 t a mj Lve Paris n 6 jo pa tween Lexington and Huntington. Maki direct Arr Winchester,, a 10 p m at Huntington with C. dr O. ; at Ash Arr Richmond. . 1 15 P m connection land ssiili S. V. R ; at Winchester with K C. R Arr Lancaster. . ... , 4J P m R. north and south bound, and at Lexington with Arr Stanford P I L. S. and C , N. O. A T P. Railroads. L ft N., pm Lve Richmond ; 'IS Lexington aud Olive Hilt Accommodation daily, Livington.... except Sunday. Connects at Winchester to and Arr Middlesboro HI pm 35Pjn I.exingtor. with L A' N. Lve from K. C points and at R. R for Louisville North-ItounNo. a. No. 4, Lexingtou and Mt Sterling Accommodation No. 6 runs dally except Sunday, and makes direct connection at Winchester to aud from Middlesbor. Lve Middlesboro 6 o c ough and Richmond, and at Lexington with L. S. Lve Livingston., 11 ii a m .,... 15 am 3 2 II t. for Louisville. o For full information in reuard to rates, routes. Arr Richmond... i 40 am Ac , apply to any agent of tins or connecting lines Lve Stanford...., 700 am j Lve Lancaster... 7 So a m I rHE. HUNTINGTON, C L. DROWN, Arr Richmond. 10 15 a ni wn' V I and G M , G P A , a 46 P m ""os-aLve Richmond... Lexington, Ky. Arr Winchester, 40 p m 6 55 a mi W. S, HARRISON, GW. BARNEY, Arr Pans m' 7 43 JJ P G M Lexington, Ky. T P. A .Athland, Ky . Lve Lexiugton .. a 00 ,n 3 43 P nt too Lve Paris if f- pm 7 SJ m 4 15 p m Lve Falmouth... Mi p m 9 aj 1 in j 30 p m 4 10 Arr Covington... 5 40 p in 10 49 a m 0 17 p ro Arr Cincinnati 3 50 P m 10 55 a ml 6 4i d m On theMaytville llranch, No 10. leaves Paris at 7 , am and No. n, at 613, p m, arriving Maytville at 10 10. a m, and 830. n m. No. at o leaves Maytville at 3 ao a m, arriving at Pans at 7 40, am. No. it leaves Maytville at t 30 and daily except Sunday, No. 1, dally to all point ion, which itdailvcxceritSuniiav. No, 1 runs daily from Lexington to Cincinnati. No, a runs daily No. j runs daily from all stations except the Rowland Division, which is daily except" Sunday. No. 3 daily except Sunday. ii No 4 daily between Cinrinn.-ilnnd Lexinirtisn asV ' A LfsVIt No. 43 Paris and Lexington Accommodation daily Leaves Lexington 10:00 a. m. Arrives Paris 10 45 a in No, S Falmouth Accommodation; leaves Cincinnati 5,10pm Arrises Falmouth 7 05 p ra daily except Sunday. No. 7 Leaves Falmouth 600 a m. Arrives Cincinnati 7 55 a m daily except Sunday. v No. a and 6 make connections at Winchester for "Visate 1 ittBBH--i-points on tht N. N. A M. V R'y, . D. No. 3 carries through cars from Cincinnttito Middlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all in i ii.. .1.1 termediate stations and runs daily. Havinir removed my Barber Snop to the Com w. 1. MurtMJrs, irav. rass. Agt., Cincinnati. mercial Hotel, I am prbpared to accommodate laS. R. KNOTT. P.ATMORE. dies as welt at gentlemen in anything they may Gen. Pats. Art Trafhc Manager. T r!AH.dlnlTpa with in my line. Children alto waited on. Call nl.ulll. V .. ESSE THOM PSON, no uie. J , S. F. B. MORSE, Gen'l Patt'g'r Agt.,' InCommercial Hotel. Office Chamber ol Commerce liuildiog.Ciacinoat, Fat Vfst IlOVllIlt -- Kentucky Central R.R. "HisUK aitavas uouTic." tit, 1 laUt-ttslniri- 1 vJ, 1 3- 1 South-Hound- F. F. V. ecpt fijn 7'lpa J d. j ; 1. f.i J 5 0-- 1 1 w-i i pn I mjUkUstV j3ftff " a asWassfffffs? Mt i i.T7TsS-ss-s- I jr ) -