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Coulter, democratic chalengor, amused the olllcara of tlio election Tuca. day by noking every man Hint ciimo in to vote for ii chow of tobacco. ' i Ninety years old and still in tho'onjoy-monto- f most of his faculties I That Is tho recall oT n temperate, Industrious, well npont and honorablo life, such aa has been that of Mr. James HIrkb War rn, who with bin frlonds, children aud celebrated his and tenth birthday at his pleasaut homo portion of theso last Friday. A long years had been apent in the Mt. Xenia neighborhood and his friends there dotormlued to give him a surprise. Ac cordiriitly they prep ired a dinner, such ai can only bu prep tre i by thoso excellent house wives, and without giving the old uontleuixn a hint of their intention, LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. they came upon him Friday, bearing basfollowing is the result of the kets full of delightfully cooked chicken, Tho election In Cney county Silas Adams, ham, shott, benf, ctk, piun, &;., Ac, with cream mid fruits and when it rep. 1,157, George E. Stone, dem. 1,010, I). G. Colson, rep. 230; for county Judge, w&i sptead out it would have tempted John M. Tilford, rep. 1J23, George A. the p tint" ol the moat fastidious epicure. it'll a and F.lile Warren bad Prowitt, dem. 1,093; for county cleric, I. Misses "caught ouM to the intention of tbe Mt. Dye, rep. 1,318. J. U. 0. dem 973; for asejor, S. G. Tarter, rep. Xinia plotters and intimated it to a mini 1,327. H. L. Davonport, dem. 1,010; lor bor of (rlondi, who gladly accepted tho jiller, E.J.lJor, rep. 1,010, John Wllk hint to b prertnt. Some 2.1 piucout oat Inson, dem. 0S3 11. O. Adams, rep. for down to the leant and with the fine old gtntiemen at the hnul of the Utile aid sheriir, anil W. II Combest, r p. for were elected without opposition, In the tlueet of upirits, disciiHsed with him hi favorite subject, the Surlpturet. with a while they did full junico to the toothKeed'n tlrat UoiiKraa republican majority of only three, but some repast. Among thoeo present were 25 democrats wore kicked out to make CHURCH AFFAIRS. And will sell them at city prices. Wait for the opening and give me ders W. K. mliH and J. T. Bro vn and autocratic tho rule of tho Czr. In the after tho dinner had been served they F. Ii. TWIDWELL. Eld R. D. Harding's meeting at Kings-vili- a show. noxt Keed Congres the republicans will united with tho aged host in a service of Hustonville, Ky. resulted in four additions to tto havo a majority of about llK) to start on, thanks and prayer and praise In which cuurcb. ami as orders to contest have been he joined with zest and enthusiasm. The The Corbin Enterprise sayB tho Prea to all republican candidates defeated by occasion was a pleasant ono in every parbyterians have bought u lot there and 500 or lea votes, it will hardly be worth ticular and when tho guests departed it will build a church at once. his trouble for a democratic member-elewas with a fervent trmt that tho old Tho Baptists will dedicate a church to go on to Washington and claim gentleman should bu spared to enjoy at Kirksville on tho 3d Sunday. Rev. G, Ills seat. many more such occisions. W. Duko will preach the sermon. A lynching without a pretenso of jus In November 1801, "Uncle Jimmy" as Rev. T. Dewitt Taltnage, pastor of tification Is reported from "Monticello, ho is familiarly known was born near Brooklyn Tabernacle, baa again tendered Ga. A negro was convicted of rape and Hnstonvllle, this county, lie was raised hiB resignation nnd it has been practical, sentenced to bo hanged Novembor 30. on a farm aud obtained the Usual educaly accepted. It is Dr. Talmage's inten- Has the most complete stock of General Merchandise in the East The Judge had scarcely pronounced sen- tional advantages of the day, which wero tion, his manager says, to engage in evan- End of the county and at unprecedented low prices. Full line of Statence when b mob seized tho prisoner, thou very limited, by workiug in eu tugelistic work in tbe future. ple and mor sad attending the "old field" school dragged him from the court-roolondolaureTTounty. banged him to the limb of a tree. In the winter. Afterwards he followed Tho Federal grand jury at Jackson, County court The nllvor mon of Colorado and oth- merchandizing and for 10 years was post Miss., has declined to indict the Govenor Snow, tho first of the season, coveia of Mississippi and other Statu ollicers for er mining States, probably gathering the master of Stanford, which otlice he filled latest election re- in a highly satisfactory manner. An Old mother earth. impression from the counterfeiting, the alleged counterfoils J. R. Hardin burnpd his hand very beiug special Slate warrants, which biar turns that there is only one political par- Liue Whig before, ho became an Clothing,, Men's, Youth's and Children's, ty in this county just now nnd a good intense Union mau at tho breaking seriously Saturday night. a closo resemblance to Treasury notes. Mrs. Bennett, of Richmond, and opening for a new one, are again talking out of tho war aud suffered much for the Tho campaign expenses of William Mra. Bailie Sawyer are here to establish np their echome for a Silver party. cause. After the war, he united with tho Sohmer, the defeated Tammauy .candiMiss Hattle Parker, of Marion, 10 republican party, but he was not always a school. They propose to furnish date for Sheriff of Now York county, if the citizens will furnish tho famo years of nu, died on tho southbound bound hand and soul to Its commands wero $14,080,40, according to his sworn Mothers, if you want the best all wool suit of clothes at J2 ever offerFriday aftornoon, near Glasgow and frequently voted for men he thought amount. I doubt very much if tho ar statement tlltd. train ed for boys from 5 to 14 years old, do not fail to see them. Boots Junction. She was returning Jliomo most fitted to till tho o dices to which rangements can bo mado, but I bopo Our rGpublicaus aro already in tbe and Shoes a specialty. A well selected stock always on hand. Ten from a tilp to the mountains of Keptuc- - they atpired, a notable example beiug otherwise. Nothing better field lit West Virgiuia as candidates tor $1.50 and $2 Dongola Shoes can not be excelled. The following iH the oflicial majori- United States Senator. W.ttuau Goil kv. where she had been for her health. bis uniform support of GroverClevelaud. 1 nc very s oil grained Dongola Mioes. ties of Laurel county: Colson 210. Ad- and Stephen ii. Klkiiis are thu must than our ladies and children was tliu cause. Consumption Mr. Warren has been three times mar nice line of the Forwood Shoe Mfg. Co.'s Boots Shoe for winter. A republican Miss Chloe K Cowan, oldest living riod, bis present wife, who was Miss Ma- ams got 301 votes, making a prominent. and Shoes on hand. Nothing better made and at reasonable prices. majority of (I'll. Nelaon, for asseason daughter of tho late James Cowan, and ria Van Pelt, Btill surviving to brighten Ohiun has" appealed to tho United Call and see our stock before making your fall and winter purchases. for nine years a faithful aud efficient su bin declining years, ilia two iirst wives over Barret, 3io; Carrier 'for jailer, over States Government to iuterveno in beIt will cost you nothing to look and we take pleasure in showing our pcrvisor in tho Kentucky Schooi for the boro him six children each, and of them Hierly 1S3; Wilson, for attorney, over half of that demoralized country and tn Pearly! goods. judge, over Deaf, died at tho institution Thursday there are only living five: Mitt? Maria Uiid, 450; Brown, for d Mvor to restore peace between it and . W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. 01; Seovllle, for county clerk. Klliott, for Respectfully, Advocate. after a brief illness. Warren, Mrs. Joseph Severance, A A. npan. and Cloyd, for coroner, had no j Samuel G. Worden, ono of tbo Warren and Misses Emma and liflie War aherill, A committee of the International opposition. IWlway Union strikers run. Americau Emigration Society has gone to Liberia charged with wrecking! train In CaliforForG0 yearn Mr. Warren has been an Central University and Centre Col to arrange for colonizing 1,000 negroes nia aud causing thejdoathj of flee men, active worker in the Master's cause and lego will not play foot ball this year. from tho United States in that country. has been convicted of murder in the first as long as be was able, be took a promi- I'he managers met and failed to como to William Jackson has been sentence degree. nent part in the church ntfairs, being el- an understanding, as Central University at Greanup, to servo 09 yearBin tho pei A coneignment of 2.500 California der in tho Christian church hero for objected to Cook playing ou tlio Contro itentiary for tho murder of his wife laet cattle that were grazdd in KnnHas, re- many years. Ho has obeyed with uiiub-u- il team. Aa he is a bona Ada Btudent of June. Evaporated Peaches, Evaporated Pears, Evaporated Apricots, cently sold In Chicago for $10 to J20 per exactness, tbo command to suurcb tho law school the Centre people saw no Evaporated Plums, Evaporated Figs, California Prunes, Layer Rais-enWisconsin Central Lines. head for tho steers, tho cows and'ibelfors tbo Scriptures and bo still pores over reason why they should accept this obCooking Raisens, Through lino from Chicago to St. Taul . $10. tboir precious pages to find in them tho jection and tho game is otf. Minneapolis, making closo connecand Jackson, county set of Breathitt sweetest consolation and promises. Tru A mob at Lloyd, La. hanged a negro county, is probably the only town of any ly can ho say, "I have been young and nnd ehot a half breed to death for mur- tion (no transfer) with lines running to : : nil points in Minnesota, North and South bIzo in the State which has not a burial now I am old; yet hayo I not seen tho dering a Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Caliground, public or private, near it. righteous forsaken, nor bia seed begging Candies, Cakes, Henry Wiison, the poitomter at WeUhton, Fla., fornia, and Pacific Coast points. The di- Also a full stock of Heintz Goods, Catsup, &c. long .landing ' members of the Cook gang yes- bread." Two a cae of diarrhoea of lav. he enrtdwith one iraill bottle ot Chamber. Middle, Wo append a letter from Mr. Warren, in iif hour., Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. rect line to all points in Eastern, terday plundered tho townjof Lenapah, Iain'. Colic, tc must nave Indihn Territory, killing one citizen and which shows how clear bis mind Is. It What a pleasant surprise that not unuaual been thi Northern and Western Wisconsin, with he aulle.cr. Such cures are Duluth and all Lake Superior wounding another. was written in a good, plain hand; which remedy. In nianT instance, only one or two dos- . are required to Kve permanent relief. It can pointa. Double dally through train serLegislature has made showed little sign of nervousness. The Cherokee lways be depenceil upon. When reduced with equipment. For full Lemons, &c. We also keep a full line of Canned Goods, &c. All vice with (To the Editor ofThe Interior Journal. water It la pleasant to take. it an act of treason, punishable by death, For aale by Vt. S. G. Hocker, drugfrist, Stan- - particulars address any ticket agent in of which we offer at prices no house will attempt to undersell. We propose to writo a few thoughts on for a Cherokoo cltizon to soil real estate forJ' the promise made to Abraham. Tho tho United States or J. C. Pond, general any white man. to Spoclmon Cases. . .,, promise in. thee and in thy seed, shall all passenger azent, Milwaukee, Wis. C33C tho families of tho earth bo blessed. AflouBGholdTroaauro. S. H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., wa. troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism; hi. stomachg D V. Fuller, ol CanaJoharie.N. V., ay In that alarm-inwa the This promise was made some 2,000 wa disordered, hi. liver awayalfected to anterribly IV. KinE NW Discovery he alwayt and he was It, if degree, appetite fell family would not be without ptocSiable. U. A DU. ... Dru.t, Cawktl.l, years beforo it was fulfilled. Tho same reduced in lleah aud ttrength. Three bottle oi mm. NVV H."CV"X " promlso was substantially made to Ibuhc Klectilc Hittent cureaHarn.burg, Illin K.Y., lava thal r'KlnK W liu ltuly nas tick, wo gave her CaMoi1, Edward Shepherd, undoubtedly the beat Cougn remedy; -Hand Jacob. Wo proposo to notice a few running .ore on hi. leg of eight, years' .tand-InWhen Jio u a Child, sho cried for Castorin, ued it In hi. Urolly that VV,'a?V It. ' wui Hitter, Usod three bottles of Klectnc teve. filled to do allIon tried and te.ted. Trial of some of the most notable promises or Arnica ialve and hd V.lien eht bcawio MU. uh clung to CusUiri. boxes of Hucklen'. not try ar.n.edyo r and things during that time. First, there was Us it .ound largewell' John Speaker, Catawbi. When she had Children, she gMetbem Cntoria. bottle Ireeat A. R.l,enny, DruC Store. fever orc on his leg; doctor. O;. had five .lie joe. and Si.oo. One bottle of Utctric a certain people sent down to Egypt. Mid be wa. Incurable. Hucklen'. Arnica Salve and one bo Mc - j They wero in boudago probably some rlc llilter. eutirely. Sold by A. R. Penny, drugcltucn of w. a. McOulre, a cured him Kav'. o'.. U of the opinion that there It nothiojr as 2S0 years. Finally tho Lord heard : their gist. 'or'culldren trouble J with cold, or croup tu i Kood o hat " notjiing " n groaning and hard treatment and ha deChamberlain', tough Kerned. or chest there ' Duciiln'sArnlca Salvo. Kor a pain In tho .ide " with Id KocOiving His flannel dampened with tham-crhit family for tevrral year Of U in the belt The beat salve In tbe world lor cuts, bruises. the houie. AN termined to deliver them. He Bent Mos- o cood ai a piece of and bound on over tho .eat of a.way. keep, a bottle I'ain Halm rheum, fever sore., tetter, chip.alt w him.elf troubled with "rovercluK. He huied other reiaediei without es to perform His work. After many pain. It attorn, prompt and permanent relict and .ore., ulcerc,chllbUln., corns nd .11 .kit. erup. ped hands, : -:- cold from FALL-:-AN- D 1. r.Mi.olv cnrr cilt. or na nav reauir in time will often prevent a treatm.nt benefit and Then concluded to trr the ch.ldreu . miracles, He induced thorn to start for a pneumonia. Thi. n.ne 3d. It i. guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction hUOelight it oon eflected a per- mcdlclna and to , box. ,.u y Oanaan, the promised land Moses got Tortile by'm.'s1: O. Hocker, druggU., Uv tr money reiunucu. Penny. Stanford, Ky. S. G Goods Warranted and a Perfe:lFtt Guaranteed; Give me call. vorsal br A. "aHnd";? cent bottle, for tala by to tbo Red boo; they murmured, ford. thorn Stanford. druggist, We confidentially expected to havo something good to wrlto about tlio In thin county, but everything wont llko Wurd'a ilucka" ntul wo would nr t Bny a word about It, but for the fact thnt wo have nothing elite to wtita about. The rcHillt might havo boon different had every democrat done hla duly. Abot t 15 staid nt Ihomo, Borne went aoul and body over to tlio enemy Htul It It report-i- s 1 that others swapped out, while thoao with whom they traded went into tlio booths and voted na they plpaaed. We have heard of republican ongoing in the dirty practlco of swapping, but we thought It too revolting to the nature ol a respectable democrat to condescend to bucIi a practice. Wo have riothinn to boast of except a democratic justice of peace, Jacob Wall, dem. got there in good ahape over llnubon Staton, rep. Btone got nearly as many votes na Adan a and Oolaou comblnod, which bIiows the high uitootn in which be is held here. "We are sadly disappointed anil feel thut the people havo made n sad mistake in nof sending him to Congress. We had no preference between Adams and The ode would have done nothing asjusual, while parhap. the other would havo dono too much. elec-tloCol-son. ffM NV Celebrates 1 v.-I r- -. - JAMES R. VARREN His 90th Birth Day Right Roy ally. grand-childre- n four-scor- q m mm m sur-veyo- r, tx-ga-n 1- ct Christians. After being about years under the immediate control of the Heavenly Father, hear what Christ says to their leadere: You scribes and Pharisees, how can you escape the damnation ol hell; you are like wliited sepulchres, outwardly you look well, but inwardly you are full of corruption, and all uncloantit'Es; a type of something, we can't bu more particular. Wo aro now coining a tlttl-- nearer to tho gospel dispensation. There was n man Bent from God whose name was John. IJis mission was to prepare a people for the Lord and mako tbo Savior known to Israel. "John came preaching tho baptism of ropeutance for remission of eins. Then went out to Uim Jerusalem and all Judea, and wero baptized of John in Jordan." We hear the Savior saying to John, "you must baptiza mo," John slid, "I have need to bo baptized of thee and contest thou to me?" He said: "It becometh us to fulfill all righteousness." John then baptized tho Savior and a voice from tho Heavenly Father Bald: "This is my son." Wo learn that Christ commenced preaching the goapel saying, "Jtepjnt for tho Kingdom of Heaven is at hand." He chose 12 apostles, also 70 dlsciplea and sent them out to preach. Did they preach how that Cnrist had died for our sins? No I They preached thu Kingdom of Heaven was at hand or wai approaching? Tho things pertaining to tho Kingdom were being gradually developed. C'rist had to prove He was divine, sent of God. How did he tlo it? lly miracles, raising the dead, healing the sick, causing tlio lame to walk. Truly the apostle John could say, "These things were written that you might believe that Christ was tho Sou of God." But the terrible tragedy had yet to take place. Christ had to die, He bad to be buried, He bad to rise from tbe dead, He bad to ascend to Heaven to become King of King and Lord of Lords. Tho Holy Spirit was now at his disposal. He sent tho spirit to His 13 apostles. All authority is given into my hands. Go and preach tho gospol to every creature." The gospel had never been completed till now, all the parts bad been brought together. In my next article will show up morn fully tho nee esslty and importance of the different parts that compose the gospel. J. It. Warrkx. O Mosea said, "stand still and eco tbo LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. of God." He flually commanded Gabe Greeuleaf Bays "they haint quit thorn to go forward; they crossed over; voting yet." theyptruckup the pong of deliverance. The National Bauk will close at 3:30 Their enemies aimed to follow them; r. m. during the nhort winter days. they were all drowned a typo of someWork on R H. Bitson's handsome thing but they soon become idolatars. Wo now leave them to travel through residonco is progressing nicely and it will tho wildirneH for i0 years, only two of be completed by Jan. 1st "They say" that several nic9 little tho 000,000 men ever got to Canaan. A wads of money ciianged hands in Lantype of something. Look out, you pro caster last week. But ono can hear moBt fetsed ,'w fj: vC 1 I VI 1 Mfk , T A ii MJT. s 3K?rrrvaY vIKJvT Jfe 3LW21 CINTL nffiKaFj-F- 3 anything these days. The diphtheria ecare is again on and the attendance at the local schools is Nearly every case reported has turned out to be a bad case of enre stm&$fgjjj C"99&o PURE rmXmmmmnn r Wt Xi DON'T ACCEPT IMITATIONS. THE PROCTER & GAMOLE CO small. throat. Miss Belle Walker died Saturday afternoon nt the residence of her father In Upper Garrard. Funeral services will JOHN H. KIRBY, mSTTHAXTCE AGE17T, STANFORD, ) be bold this, Monday morning, and tho remains interred at Paint Lick church. The official count of the vote in Garrard does not differ materially with the And TORNADO. Temporary office at D. W. Vandeveer'i alore. statement in this column last issue. We understand that one or two of the defeated candidates aro talking of contesting. Capt. W. J. Kinniard, the life insurance man, is with us again. Beside be ing one of tho cleverest fellows in the world, "Pigeon" has that push and enerHUSTOHVILX-jS- , gy which will land him on the top rung of tho business ladder. When the election returns commenced to come in, Judge M. D. Hughes quietly packed his grip and started for tho Feeji Islands. While ou his way be thought of the mauy republican friends he ha here aud came back Sunday. In order to save the people of the WestEnd a journey to othcr"tovns ' Mrs. Will C. Wherritt is visiting her . to buy goods, parents in Versailles. Col. W. S. Ferguson left Saturday to spend the winter in Florida. Little Miss Marguerite, daughter of Mayor Robt. Kinniard, is quite sick with throat trouble. Misa Emma Hood left last week for Lexington, where filio all who examine will be forced to purchase, without going will reside with her brother, Dr. Hood. So that elsewhere. I shall make a specialty of Mrs. James A. Royston is visiting her daughter, Miss Auuie, in MiJdlesboro. Mies Carrie Lee West, a Lower Garrard -:beauty, has been visiting Mies Bessie Marksbury. FOR FIRE, LIFE, MGCIDEB1 F.B.Twidwel! KY., Dealer In Drugs, Medicines, Fancy Groceries, Silverware, &c. I Have Marked Mine Down HOLIDAY - GOODS, o W. E. Perkins CRAB ORCHARD, KY. ? m to-da- Dry Goods, Dress Goods, 20.-0- 00 At the New Tariff Prices. ' METHI1 1 FRY U TO EAT. s, Btore-keope- r. Currants, Citron, &e. AbIi-lan- d, ARrrEl9 BANANAS first-cla- ss - . HIGGINS & jNLcKINNEY. .(LRUPLEY,-- 'tl . e. "-- ReBu-la- well-know- n 1 o :. .. WINTER GOODS: Hocker, 'ftoriiiii wViJMijv'idBi !ft 1 -- h ,(.iMWt,. - 4.. , ,. ..f '' vm-imlitr- . ?' Ibs.-Lanc- S.r""' i j M; 1 H r. J Jno. W. MlHor is buying corn for -- THELebanon is to bo lighted with eleo hid ilmtiltnrv delivered at $1 75. A. R INTERIOR JOUKIWL Y trie lights. loarfsof export Joe Farmer and John Donnelley, o Denny, Eeq , sold two car to open a keg of cattle to Monte Fox, of Danville, laBt SatMasaillon, O., attempted last half o BrANFOBD Ky., November 13, 1804 powder with a coal pick. Thoy are up urday, to bo delivered' tho 35 per 100 lbs. They this month, at $4 with the angola now. 1,500 Reports to the Department of Agri- will avorfluo about W. P. WALTON. of corn per. Record, culture show a lower yield J. W. Poor doliverod to Pony Beaz-leaero throughout the United 'States dur18for J. W. BaleB, 50 head of toppy ex ing 1891 than in any other year since Onk o( the many bad results of last port cattle that averaged 1,530 pounds, 8l Tuesday's nful Blutnp is the election of 4 80. G. P. Bright Illinois adopted a constitutional for which ho received Alphabet Grufly to the appellate bench and son, Groenberry, sold to Montlo Fox which the amendment Tuesday by from the 1st Kentucky district over Hon. cattle a fow days Make happy homes and joyous hearts, and instill new life and 'activity Is empowered to tinker with con- 37 hevl of shipping a man W. L. Reeves, ft fine lawyer and de4 j and 4 J ccntsr to be ilelivered in business. Something new and attractive every day this week. If Tiik glif y of John D. White has between corporations and their ngoat ol brains. Guffy is a blatherskite, a turn- parted and as a prominent republican tracts tho latter part of this month Danville you arc aiming for employes, very low prices on goods, then heie arc coat and an iitnoramua. H-- has b8n a us during his campaign, he is a very Tho demand for gold on the conti- Advocate. some that will member of every political prty and Ma told A very small crowd attended court for back number. Though ho retired in nent of Europe is aflectlng the Loudon flop into the republican party is of reof Adams and appealed to his supply. Tho Bank of England's stock of yesterday and not much business mis favor cent date. That party thought there neighbors in his own county of Clay to about 50 cattlo bullion was reduced 1,000,000 pounds transacted. There were candidate in that was no show for its on the market, but nono wero offered support him, Bhe gavo Colson 1,051 votes during the past week. atronghold of democracy against such a publicly. The following private- nalee and Adams but 170. But tho crested Edward McMlnlmy, aged 50, a nnn as Iieove?, and Gully was nomina- jayhawk has the consolation of knowing Versailles has beon wero made: Farrla & Whitley bought citizen of ted as a joke, but the vote shows that An extraordinary good worth shucks with mysteriously missing for a week or more of various parties 27 scrub cattle, milk A fine pair of blankets for; 75c, worth $1.25. s that appeals are not happons. it is the unexpected that .. cows, heavy oxen and the like el 2 to '3c, pair of blankets for Si, worth his party aeainst the stronger argument and fears are entertaineu iu Comforts for 759 and $1, worth $1.75. majority is C6S and the result is as W. D. Snow bought of EiiKene Kelley a i.onn frml'.v doalt with. nearly double the money. Don't forget to look at our all wool Dress The of the almighty dollar. n it is deplorable. of oxnn weighing 2,477 at 2 Jo J. While crazed from tho effects of a yoKu Goods this week, 25c per yd., worth 50c. Misses commonest lawyer at any bar knows as cashmere Some Election Echoes. Pepper, n Louis M. Hurst sold to T. L. Lillard a lot of protracted spree, Peter much law as he and it is a crying shame cattlo at $2.10 and several year- hose for 15c, worth 25c. Ladies' all wool hose for 20c, worth 35c. A A republican was elected sheriff in villa barber, grasped his tongue in both that such a man is elevated to pass upon Mercer by 189 majority. partially tore it from his ling at $10 50. A few plug borsrs Bold few more deadly blows that will knock all other stores the liberty and property of the people of Stone carried Wayne by 270. Colson's hands and publicly at $20 to 33 50 mouth. Ho died in a fow hours. Kentucky from its hinhest court. Forwork125. vote is 812 and Adams Mike Quigley, conflned in the tunately the old man is threo ecoro and MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. The republican majority in tho India- house at Canton, O , committed suicide span of life ten and as that is the allotted hlB Dr. A. U. Witherspoon, of Lexingna legislature on joint ballot Is 00. In a. horriblo manner. He first cut we have the hope that death may claim Our men's S3. 50, $$ and $j suits have knockod competition's eye If the republicans want any more than abdomen open, then cut his throat and ton, and Miss E rankle Lillard, of him before he has brought the court inHaliOur S2.50, $s and $6 ovcrcoats,arc tcmotinp soccials for those wvro married at the Presby- out. the earth, they can have badea and finally hung himself to his cell door with to disgrace and contempt. terian church iu Lawrenrebure. fax. who know bargains when they sec them. Remember our Ladies' and a sheet. and Louisiana It seems that tho people have a way SArkansas delegations, but return Bolid -- A cloud buret af Valencia, Venezu- city P. II. Sullivan, Esq , tho brightyourg Children's Cloaks and Cape will be sold cheaper than our competitdamaged the by reduced attorney of Richmond, was married of retiring those who take active part in democratic ela, killed 150 persons and We lead the town in crops to the extent of Saturday to Miss Mary, daughter of ors can buy them. tariff or its re majorities. coffee and other either an increase of the Complete returns make Morton's ma- h.if mtlHnn dollars. Houses have been James F. White, of White Hall. duction. Morrison championed a reiorm Gen. Cassius Marcellus Clay, of few years ago and at tho next elec- foritv over Hill for governor of New leveled, bridges waahod away and traffic bill a Madison, who is S I years of age, obtain generally suspended. he went under. McKinley went in York 153,838. tion bloody tragedy ed license a day or two ago to marry Mien Hcst quality of Illinois elected only one democratic -L- exington had a in the other direction and framed a bill children's rubbers, 20c. lkst quality of Misses and girl monopolists and Congressman. The majority against Thursday. John Traynor, Town Mar- Dora Richardson, a 15 year-ol- d for the benefit of the and whom he was educating. Truly thero is Ladies' Rubbers 25c. Remember our 90c ladies' shoes can't be shal of Athens, Fayette county, shot trusts and he was ingloriously turned Springer is 2.93S. t bought elsewhere for Si. 25. Our children's shoes will be sold for half badly stab- no fool liko the old fool. Rolla Hart's own county of Fleming killed Isaac U. Davidson and down. Wilson was the recognized head declares 150. Pugh's maPhilip Fain has been sued in Now price. Wc will sell you a good man's shoe for Si that can't be bought bed Llewellyn Sharp. Traynor of tariff reform in the present Congress went against him by York by a young lady for $10,000 dama- elsewhere for lessjhan Si-5and Tuesday last he too was defeated jority is nearly 600. that ho was first attacked. Our sale this week will be a banner The failure of Col. Adams to poll ma-n- y -- At Mlddlesborough "Wild Bill" Tur- ges. She claims that ho kissed her four one. Bargains arc always in season at our store. Wc pride ourselves These verdicts may mean that tariff "votes knocked out George Stone and ner Bhot end killed James Nolan. Bad times against her will and that she ought cease, but we do not believe for to recover $2,500 a piece for thotq. Kiss- on the fact that wc can always fix you up better than any one else can masses of the people will democratic calculations. blood had existed between tho two it. The great of the wreck by some time. On election day Turner tried es come high in New York, it seem, but Wc have some awful cheap things and you can save many a dollar Texas was saved out never be satisfied till the good old docBeveral en- sorno men are bound to havo them, here. For every 50c spent with us you get Si's worth of goods. trine of free trade and sailer's rights 50,000 for governor, but two seaw in to kill Nolan, and they had time. Congress are lost to the populists. Miss Susan Magoffin Logan, rister of counters previous to that shall prevail in the country supposed to Shelby is the banner county of the Rev. Sanford M. Logan, of this place be free in every other particular. diatrictaa usual. She gavo our model and Mr, T. S. Barnaul, both of RichTRADE ITEMS. FARM AKD The democratic party will doubtless Congressman 881 majority over Roberts. mond, will bo married at tho home of The 2:05 list contains 10 trotters and the bride's father, President Logan of be better from the whipping it has The gubernatorial race in Tennessee is but like the spanked child it in doubt with chances in favor of the re- pacers. BL"2, Central University, on the 22d. The Five red boars for sale. J. E. Bruce, prospective bride is said to be very beau-tifdoes not feel so now. If it send the publican. The Congressional delegation ' A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor Stanford. . time servers to the rear and furnish a is badly demoralized. Axtell has put seven of tho wilderness Moses to lead us out Full returns from the 11th show that T. D. RANEY, Manager. that the unfaithful servants have driven David Grant Colson is elected by 2,907 in 2:30 list this year. The Deficiency In the IIuttontioleRltuitlloa. Branch Stores; Directum's owner Ib thinking of makus into, all will bo well. But there must plurality over George E. Stone. But he A long felt want has just- boon filled ing a pacer out of him. by tho invention of a migratory button- Paris, be a reorganization all along the line, didn't get 17,500 votes, wo observe. Carlislc,,Mt.;Sterling,Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, -- R. Cobb bought of J. M. White 10 hole. This is tho way tho originator deilne Gormans, the Brices and the what Hon. Silas Adams will contest the elecVirsaillcs, Ky. and Mackport, Iricl scribes it: cattle at $30. not8 must go and men of lofty patriotism tion of D. G. Colson to Congress in the late "A readily romovnblo and transfer-nbl- o Turkey buyers in Woodford are eternal principles 11th district on the ground that he was and faithfulness to the ahnchment, adapted to bo fitted to five cents per pound on foot. of democracy must take their places. made the nominee of the republican parpacer, started 19 nn artiolo of pergonal wear, to tempoS TIU IIKRD OK Gil Curroy, the May the good Lor,d send us a leader ty by fraud. rarily repair a broken buttonholo, conand won 14 races. worthy of the cause and of the country. of a strip of uoucorrokivo material Russell county elected John Crisp times this season sisting Fort Rent. 80 acres of grass and stock folded upon itself, so that its bight may judge by 13, Judge W. S. Stone, clerk, delStanSeargent, The next Kentucky Congressional bo fitted over tho edgo of tho garment by 113, J. O. Miller, sheriff, by 40, and land near town. Hugh IT. H. Pror, egation will stand at first six democrats Wm. Vaughan, assessor, by 7. The oth- ford. and its foldod mombers mado to clasp Pulaski a both sides of tho part of tho garment Our own McCreary, to five republicans. Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. -- George Baker bought in Stone carried er officers are republican. Barry, Clardy and Hendrick having good the countv by 2 over Colson, Adams on- small bunch of yearling heifers at $9 to through which tho broken buttonholo is made, tho members having openings Co majorities, will 1'kely retain their seats, ly getting 104 votes. I"U talc from tho bet trpfx of $12.50. formed in them near tho centers, with Stock, llreedm tcurc! from tbr txt htrili In tvrrl different SUtet. Cotrcpoadocc Rr cittcrd Solicited. have refused $2,500 but Owens with 101 and Kendall with The GarrisonB This is a great year for big pluralities. major axes extending trmiHvoroly tho 104 will stand no show against Denny great combined show mare, Lou of tho width of tho folded members, tho With about 150,000 in New. York, over for their and Hopkins in a contest before a Con- 100,000 in Illinois, over 125,000 in Ohio, Onief. openings adapted to coinoido with oach gress over 100 majority republican. We over 90,000 irr Massachusetts, over 50,000 trotters have retiucea other and with tho broken buttonhole, Seventy-fiv- e remember tho action of the Reed Con- in Indiana and Iowa, nearly 200,000 in their records this year and entered the mid independent and readily detachable fastenings for immovably securing tho gress and tremble for every democrat Pennsylvania, and corresponding figures 2:14 class this year. - OF with less than 500 majority. Shepperd 2:14J is 17 hands, but freo ends of tho members to tho gar-J- ack in States that have been close heretofore ment to a point boyond tho broken buta half mile track as handily can tonholo." Senator Gobmak, who contributed the republicans ought to feel very well, he mosttrot horses. little as So thoro need bo no more marrying to the crushing defeat of the demo- thank you. more The pony trotter, Sea King, has low- for tho nako of button Fowing. Those cratic partv than any other man, says ho ered his record to 2:181. He was driven that uro married ulrendy shall keep so. NEWSYNOTES. does not see anything to very much de, Tho rest can uso tho patent xirtublo As wci must vacate the rooms in a very short while, our stock must old boy. by an rmmrw r press democrats, believing that the tidal Another bond issue of $50,000,000 sold buttonhole. be Boston Transcript. J. N. Cash and Mrs. J. O. Neal engulf them. It Mill seems to be imminent. wave can not long bogs, 20 to 210 lbs. at 3 80 to eagulf them and continue to do so and CurlotM Kpltnpli. John Smith bought of Robert Col U.S." to Will Moreland. Ouo of tho most rcmnrknblo and conought to do so, if such men ai Gorman lier a bay mare for $150. horseCiiEAr.-Sw- eep Fon Salk, fusing epitaphs over written is to bo ahall be permitted to dictate its policy Tbe sugar and other trusts are takpower attached to griBt and feed mill. eccu on n weather beaten stone iu tho and prove recreant to its promisep. ing on new life since tho couutry has Our,thousands of friends Joseph Williman, Jumbo. quiet churohynrd of Cnlmor?, a fuyv gone republican. might have been ex The average time ol the 475 heats miles from Londonderry, Ireland. Nothing better Mrs. Mary Kauffman, of New York, "Hero lio tho remains of Thomas paced and trotted in the 102 races at pected of tho Northern States, but when gavo birth to a bouncing girl baby while Galesburg, Ind., was 2:23?. Nicholls, who died in Philadelphia, Missouri and North Carolina elect re- riding on a street car. To come and get some Grand Bargains of Remembrance. The prospects are that the running Mnrch, 1783. Had ho lived ho would publican State tickets, legislatures and buried Mike Kelly, the foremost Lexington this week will be a hnvo beon equalod hero." by races at a majority of tho Congressmen of that man an epitaph perhaps yTliis Is that ever appeared on the green cold andslimly attended affair. faith, it is time to inquire "Where are from n tombstono in Ulster, recently diamond, died last week in Boston. wa at ?" The only answer that comes Tbe fall races began yesterday at copied by a traveler in that country: Judge Isaac Howe, the populist can"To tho memory of Thomas Kolly, from the echoless shore is "On that nar- didate for governor of South Dakota, is Lexington and continue nine dayB. Tbe row strip of territory between hell and in tbe West will participate. who was accidentally shot by his brother dying irom excitement and fatigue of his best horses the iron wprks." Woods and as. n mark of respect " -J- ohn B. Foster, E. P. campaign. Another curious epitaph is lcgiblo on export catThomas Williams, a negro preacher A. W. Carpenter will Bhlpl20 n tombstono in tho churchyard of Thb democrats will scarcely have a per doz. cans. Granulated sugar 20 Polk's best Tomatoes S to day to be sold in that Suffolk, England: sufficient number of members in the of Hopkinsville, is under arrest charged tle to Chicago pounds for Si. Green coffee 20c. Pickles 5c dozcn.fl , Rolled Oats 5c Ilero Ilea tho body of sister of his market. next Congress to order the yeas and with assaulting a Honjamln BrinVU-y-, 0. T. Sandige, the saddle horse traing congregation. a pound. Coal Oil 10c a gallon. Soda (bulk) 5c a pound. nays. Even Indiana does not send a Who though Luntto and Strong, was ono An Alabama firm has secured in Ja- er, hasgonoto St. Joe, Mo., where he single democrat to Congress, but in this That by misfortune Bhot mr. ivum v, she is not alone. A number of other pan a $370,000 contract for furnishing will take charge oi Himself With's Dun saddlers. In tho 23d year of his Age. other States went over body and soul to pipe with which to extend the water nfflhln nf IIo departed this Ltfo J. J. McFinnls reports the sale of 25 Heavy trace chains formerly 75c, now 50c per pair. Hunter's and the enemy and there 1b no help for works at Tokio. To tho a riff of his PurvnU head of horses and mules at from $30 to Senator Stewart proposes to use the them. . Spectator and Wife. Tin Rim Sifters 10c. Prunes 10c a pound. Evaporated pears 10c a Eight mules sold court day at $20 to Youth's Companion. of information and 2,000,000 populist votes, which ho says $70. We rise to a point pound. Evaporated Peaches ioca lb. 1,000 Matches for 5c. e Tuesday, as a nucleus for $27. Harrodaburg Democrat. askBro. Walton who has been guilty were cast last records for thia year are: These pre not leaders, but a few prices given in a nutshell how Why Steam Catta a Shadow. The age party. of "talking through his hat?" London the Silver Adbell, 2:23; Ej M.," Austin, writes as "G. Miss Grace Wbakins, of Indianapowe sell every thing. Ono-quEcho. This is a case in which the pot 2:15J; Water which is perfectly visible black. Bro. Dyche lis, was seized while standing in front of Impetuous, can not call tbe kettlo Fantasy, 2:00. will not cost a shadow, whilo steam, 2:11J; Indianapolis and robbed of . has proved a prophn without honor in her home in which isinvisiblo, doos. Tooxplain, tho of hair. Ollie K., the Anderson couuty trot- water in tho wator gaugo of my o own country and tho less he says her handsome suit his Snow fell in Indiana Sunday, be- ting mare, broke the GeorgiaState record casts no shadow, whilo tho stoam about things political the better. We -tween Plymouth and Liverpool, to the last week, solng a mile in 2:19. Th.e. in tho nppor part of tho gaugo does. were both ingloriously left. depth of eight to 18 inches, blockading mare is the property of Lillard & Bond. Why is this? Answor. Puro water in a state of rest Thb official count gives Owens 101 ma- several railroad trains for hours. Joe Embry, of Madison bought i Mra. David Epling and her End, 32 lonx is of uniform density, and tho rays of over Denny and he was declared jority J. W. Allen, of the West son were run over and killed by a lo- yearlings at 3jc. Ho also bought of G, light, although thoy may bo refracted, the nominee. Denny took but little inShould be considered when ycu go to buy. Every article I sell is terest in the count, as he is confident comotive while attempting to cross a rail- W.Riffo an extra bunch of feeders at pass through it almost unimpeded in the best that can be had for the parallol lines. On tho other hand, steam that he will be seated in Congress by road track near Wards worth, O. 4c. is composod of vapor of varying degrees his partners in shame, with or without At Paducah Officer Ed Phelps dropCapt. David Hastings, who baa a of density and always intermingled excuse. This is the chance he long has ped dead just as he emerged from a farm near Memphis, has raised 2,500 with moro or less air. In tho steam sought and roared because he found it burning building, where he had inhaled bushels of Triumph potatoes, which gaugo thuso aro constantly in a stato of not. barrels to the acre, and agitation, so that when tho rays of light congestion of tho lungs. smoke, causing about 30 enter it thoy aro not uniformly refractThe revenue of the Postoffice De- they will sell for $2 50 per barrel. Either Mercurywaa a little late in The same standard is maintained in each department. ed. This being tho case, thoy interforo You invest. Eugene Kelley baB sold to Socrates. with and neutralizo each other, tho making bis transit or the astronomers partment for the year ending June 30, miscalculated. Perhaps also onr time 1894, is shown by tbe forthcoming re- Tarter, of Pulaski, bis farm on the Danas far as tho shadow is oonoenjod, was wrong. At any rate, the observers port of the department to have fallen off ville pike, opposite Hon. G. A. Lackey's, being as if tho stoam and tho interminfound a difference oi ten minutes and an 810,454, while tho expenditures increas- containing 50 acres, at $50. Mr. Kelley gling bad really combined bo as to form attempt will be made to correct the error ed $3,250,000. The deficiency for the will to the regret ol their many friends, an opaqno body. St. Louis Ropublio. B.. in tbe calculations from the observations I move his family to Texas. year wu $0,243,835. taken. iEMI-WEEKL- Tub official count gave Gov. McOreary 4t plurality in this county and leaves his plurality in tbe district at about l.wu. Considering how the rest of the country went and the local disturbances, with which he had to contend, this is ono of the most remarkable races ever made. It Bbows too that genuine merit is sometimes appreciate! and that the model Congressman, having beon faithful to every trust, the people aro willing to continue him in office as long as ho it. do-sir- es aster y, Msiille Store's LOW FRIGE'S. first-clas- s Leg-islatu- re J well-kno- - HIT THE BULL'S EYE. all-wo- ol Guf-fy'- ino-rni;.h- OUT OF SIGHT. Law-rencebu- rg, SHOES and RUBBERS tink-erinjm- LOUISVILLE : d, STORE, STANFORD, u two-yoar-ol- - BLUK-GItAS- Duroc Red Jersey Swine Bronaugh, 1 The Farewell Sale ! IB. IF1. CTOZfcTES c SOU I 11-ye- ar 20-od- d Closed Out At Once, Regardless of the COST. ARE CORDIALLY INVITED all-rou- FIGURES TALK. i-- Wood-bridg- e, NAILS, 2 POUNDS' FOR 5C. two-year-o- One-year-ol- d, follows: three-year-ol- d, a, four-year-ol- d, W. H. WEAKEN & CO. loco-niotiv- c UL. it;sr M od nomnr A. r;fi.M1 , ro-sal- t, DRUGS.BOOKS, J EWELRY. PHTNT. ErucpiBt. 'J?.!"'"' """Fl!l' ''''--l'r''''-'- 'i ''' ,'.,: "lrn t?'.. r.... ...; ... .. - , 1..1, it c -"- -'- -- '' 'TfftmuL. j- .tw ff uiP'j ' wn mwi Mmm.jj.u hmm'iujm. .niuWir?. xt. a i. . ..' 1 'tm. , ' LitJK K w- t.. - . HfA fi l?fg .Mrr.r 'v-- i iniir ,rr- - rvl S 'Vfrrtgfwi wlyli- ywygs &V'rirpMi qm9fim"nff!&tti&iqwMsm vjfi$,in'Wlfl,'n ' "mnwww ijmpi wtiW"H'"'W"a''"- 'w - ) '.' dEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL Watch rDanks' window this week. Doll's Comedians advertised to appear t Wednesday evening next wrltp that Bkautiful belt buckles 35c at Danks'. they can not reach us till tho 10th. They Guns at lowest priced at W. B. McRob-ert- s. I 1 I r claim to have taken so well atOynthiana ality 79. For constable, Henderson they were forced to remain all the week. Baugh 201, Joseph Kuntz 303, Knntz'B msjority 41. "Lovk, Courtship, Marriago and DiFon Sale. Two olllce dcskB. f A 0. The above figures are made on the face E. C. Walton, Business Manager Sine. vorce"' is perhaps Dr. Peters' most popof tho returns. The reduction in Terry's ular lecture. It is original, instructive, A,customergoes out of our store with goods bought of us it is Kaon, 100,000 dojwn wanted at once at eloquent and humorous, and has been majority, as at first reported, was from MEAHS BUSINESS. prrors In telegraphic transmissions. In 15c W. II. Wcaren & Oo. belivered over 300 times." He will delivthe case of Cooper and Cummings thero school books And school sap Buy your Friday evening. Glxams o( old Xmaa aro already ap er this lecture hero next is a contest over the eight ballota returnplica oi all kinds at A. It. Penny's. 9 poHriuj- - at Danka1, tho Jeweler. ed uncounted by Stanford, No. 3, known Watciim, clocks and Jowolry repaired In tho county court yesterday, Mrs. and warranted. Engraving a Bpecinlty, Bettle U. Pennybacker was granted li- Engine Honae. These are badly stampt'd Loadrd Riiklia, legstlnn, hunting coats at A. K. Penny's. cense to retail liqtiois at Kingsvllle and some of thorn being on tho si Jo of the TiiKlargoflt stock of Draw. Medicines, and vests at V. I). Mcllobortti. W. II. Tmylor to sell in quantities, not rooster, under both the rooater and tho Perfumery, Palnta and Wall Paper at Two cotton on Wtiitloy Avenue for less than a quart, at his distillery. The eagle and bo on, but each is stamped in . A. H. Penny's. specialInscriptions a rent at 10 each per month. Miller & will of Mrs. Amanda Atkinson was offer the square of Mr. Cooper, showing plain Of the Style, Quality and Price of our goods. What the people of ty. --ly, that whatever was tho intention of llolm. ed for probate. this community want is PERSONAL POINTS. the voter as to the other races it waa his Foil Rent. Residenco occupied by B. Pay Your Ta.tm. A penTty of 0 per intention to yoto for Cooper. In his own Miss Maiiy Nunnkllky is vIbHIdMIpb K. Wearon. Prico 15, monthly payf cent, will be addud to all taxes remain- race of course, Mr. Cooper took no hand Elizabeth Mencfeo. ments. Thos. Richards, Stanford. ing unpaid Dec. 1, 1801. I must wind Iu thn count, and when the eight ballots Iamks WicKKiisiiAM, of Somerset, npont Henry R Peak, formerly of this coun- up my businerB and all tax payers who wero examined, it was decided to hear Sunday with (Mends hero. do not Bcttlo before Dec. 1 will ba adver- argument as to the legality of counting Mh. MaxHalinokh wb up yesterday ty, wrb tho only democrat elected in At the right prices. No old stock offered as new goods. We real- county. It is now Constable Peak. tised for taxes in the Interior Journal them. Mr. Miller represented Mr. Cumlookinir after his luterestn hero. JolinN. Menofee, sheriff. mins and took the ground that the board ize this is not the place to work off old stock, Come in and see our Da. V. II. Cook, of Somerset, is visi t t TiiKSomerset Reporter Bays that nearnew Capes, Cloaks and Dress Goods. tins his brotbor, Dr. L. I). Cook. The best race made by anybody any- had no right to do anything, but simply to declare tho result as sent up by the O. II. 1'aink returned to Boston ly 91,400 has been pnld into the city Mrs. where was by out esteemed correspondFriday. Miss hula Prowitt accompanied treasury in tho way of fines sinco Jan. ent, John Pearl, of London. In the rock officers of the election. J. B. Paxton and 1st. Judgo Alcorn for Cooper contended that her. ribbed republican county of Laurel he the fact that tho law required doubtful Mimes Lauiia Jaiihok and Mary Bcni Noy Is your chance to gut queenswaro, camo within 01 votes of being elected ballota to be sent to tho canvassing board lay went to Lobnnon Sunday to visit the glassware, dinner sets, chamber boU and judge which is proof of his popularity and was proof DO YOU NEED that it intended tho board to former's relatives. good standing. Hurrah for thia Pearl lamps at coat. Call on Farris A Harexamine and pass upon them and that Miss Annib Alcorn went to Nashvillo without prico. din. Cooper van entitled In justlco and In Jaw VCAILbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbLbbbbs? 'LiLiLiIIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW Tuesday to boo her sister, who is attend,HVBBbHBB r Mokticrllo has a paper now. Its In the primary election Varnon receiv- to get the benefit of them and that he ing school there. phould be given tho certificate of elec name is The Monticullo New-Er- a and its ed 874 votes and Givens 028, equal to Miss Mattix Klkik, a Garrard county wBBiBBBBSP- -" In the final round Givens got only uou. juugu Aicorns argument wns Vr biauty, Is tho RUgst ol Mrs. M. F. Klkin editor is Mr. F. 11. Bagby, formerly of Wc 1,433. The difference botween tho com simply unanswerable, bat tho board do Frankfort. sad the Misses Lacker. bined voteof last March and that of Giv- cided for some reason to postpone its deAktkr a severe relapse, thn bosinrfs The oyster and ice cream supper at ens Tuesday repretents the number of men cision in the matter till thia morning manager's little daughter, Lucy Leo Wal FIT SCIENTIFICALLY. tho McOollum Housf, Junction City, for who havM ttlight regard for honor and Col. Welch, who is retained in the case ton, la again somo better. church benefit will bo given next Thurs- their promises. is confident that the board is bound to Mn. T. C. Adams, of the Richmond day night, 15th. t givo Mr. Cooper tho certificate of elecPantagraph,Bptint Sunday hero with one t No Charge for Examination. Will guarantee a Fit or no Pay- Wr have been forced to admire the of our mighty pretty girls. For horse blankets, lap rubes, double mannur In which Mr. James F. Cum tion. The republicans claim that the ballota Miis. M. 0. Stokbia', of , Athons, Ga. or slnglo harness, saddles, bridles, or mins has conducted himself In tho presis visiting her slater, Mrs. Alice Baugh-inaany kind of horse goodc, go to Yeagcr & ent contest, which means so much for have been tampered with, but they ' make no direct charge against anvbody. who continues vory eick. Yeager, the livery men. him. He wants his rights aud will enfact, thoy disclaim any idea that Mr. Mrs. J. D. Jo.nks, who had an operadeavor to get them by law if ho thinks In Wilkinion, Wilkinson, Wilkinson, the ho is denied them, but he makes no eilly Cooper waa a party to it, and no ono who tion performed a week ngo, is doing barber, has just received a consignment boasts or threats and retains his equilib- knows his sterling honest and integrity spleudidly ami will soon be up. will entertain for n momenteuch intimaMn. At M. Fkyk, wife, and pretty daugh of tho latest styles hair cuts and shaves. rium and gentlemnnliness. tion. Thibvea uml dishonest people paid Call in aad get one without going elseter, Miss Mnmle, of lluntonville, where. The Caledonians fulfilled their promit-e- s themselves may think that he would do ofllco a pleasant call Friday. ibis most grstifylngly Saturday night ond such a thing, but not one of them dare Mn. David II. Skin.nkr and bride, o The prohibitioniHU met yesterday aud lluttonville, pissed through Friday en dechirecLtho campaign now on for 1805 rendered an excellent program iu an en- give utterance to such a thought. Tho W. H. Shanks pre- election officers differ a little as to the route to Garrard to visit relatives. and decided to put a full ticket in tho tertaining manner. Mr. A. R. Pxnny has roturned from field. J. K. YanArsdale, chairman; A, sided in his easy way.and his beautiful stamping of the ballots, some claiming smile of satisfaction was as infectious as that several of them were blank, but it Carthago, Tenn., but his wifo remained W. Carpenter, secretary. And come again. We are always waiting to give good bargains to his good humor. Tbo violin solo of Mr, is not a violent assumption to say that .Mm. Mahony is still quite ill, but better. those who are looking for them. Tux Lancaster Plaulng Mill is prepar- B. II. Danks, to an accompaniment by even they do not remember. Mr. W. B. JUv. and Mrs. W. E. Ellis Jeft ed to supply builders with all kinds of Mrs. J. E. PortmanLwaa loudly applaud McKinney, democratic counter, Bays that the former to hold a meeting at ed, as wpro his performances on tho man he is sure they wero marked for Cooper, Parkland, the latter to visit relatives iu lumber and at tho lowest ratea. Seo its this issuo and consult your inter- dolin, with that clever musician, J. A, but as ho was principally watching the ad. in Glasgow. Mudd, on thoguitar. The recitation of Lit- judge's race bb were the others, he paid ests by plnclng your ordor there. Dk. L. R. Yates, of Hiawatha, Kb. tle Maud Varnon was remarkably well no special attention to them. We beis rejoiced over tho collapao of tho popu- Dr. Pkteks Is said to be one of tho dono for a little tot and the bouso evinc- lieve that Mr. Cooper is elected and we lints in bis State and sends usabadgotbo most pleasing and entertaining speakers ed its appreciation ic prolonged applause. also believe that tho fullest investigation pioplo aro wearing thero now. on tho lecturo platform and tho club Mr. Thomaa H. Shanks nlso recited ad- of the charges of fraud should bo made. If you have little money or much money we can serve you. If you W. W. Hats left last week for Orlan feels sure that its eflorta in getting him mirably and tho oration by Mr. Samuel in the midst of success we can give you additional car load of horoea be here will bo appreciated. Rcmembtr do, Fla., with Dr. Peters leads people out of well are W. Menufeo on tho beloved president of longing to 0. W. Coffey, of that place. his date, Friday evening, Nov. 1G, at worn rnts, opens new avenues of Southern Confederacy, Jeftho thought, and causes sparkling refresh Mr. CoHey brought them during tl o Walton's Opera Ilouoe. ferson Davis, was full of lofty thoughts, Summer. ment wherever ho is heard. Christian delivered with true oratorical fire and J. W. McCuhdy, who married Mica The Advocate says that Stanford oven was a production of which his friends at Work, New York. At Walton's Opera IIoubc, Nov. 10. Alma Hays, was elected by a big major- has to call on Danville for aid in carry- aro justly proud. Or in adversity we can brace you up with low prices in every thing-wAs usual everybody ity for collector at Kansas City, notwith- ing on her elections. Truo indeed, but was on tho qui vive for the phpmised solo handle. Don't pine for what might have been, but come to us for Remember the lecture of Billy It. Col standing four of the democratic ticket wo are surprised that the Advocate takes of Miss Mary Cowuuand her appearanca lins next Saturday night at Walton's consolation. We have the great panacea of life pridoin having its town furnish floaters Low prices and vrero defeated. was the signal for applause. Sho sang Opera House. He is said to treat the Mr. J. R. Maims, of tho Lancaster Re- for the surroupding counties. good goods, and they are for both republicans and democrats. as only an accomplished nrtiet can, tho subject, "Life is What We Make It," in HI cord, who doesn't mind tho weather no in business. Don't buy Cloaks, Wraps, Shoes, Boots or While sitting in front of a big log flro beautiful song, "Last Night" and in re- a decidedly original and interesting tho wind don't blow, was hernyesterday. Saturday night, Mrs. Wm. Bland, of tho sponse to a deafening oncore rendered way. Dress Goods, or any thing in Dry Goods until you see us. We are glad to know that his health ib Hubble section, fainted and full head "Hie liutcu uoiis." uoth eUorts were We understand that Mr. E. D. Kennearly restored. foremost into it and.was fearfully burn- worthy of her cultivated talent nnd more nedy will contest tho claim of Mr. Tony Hon. C. C. McCiiohd, of Springfield, ed fbout tho face, side and hands. Oao firmly increased tho high admiration in who holds tho olllce by appointment, Is a hand was so badly burned that amputa which she is held as a vocalist and as n to the office of'aeeeesor, whose majority, is c uididatn for election as railroad com- tlon was necessary. Shu was holding most accommodating lady. Her volco is hut six. He Bays ho has the names of missioner and was hero yesterday presssweetest melody and her eflorta v'ero over 40 men who voted illegally. her two months old child, which strange ing his claims. greatly enjoyed, Miss Margaret Hughes, to say, escaped unhurt. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Gait. W. II. Kihhy has roturnod from also of the collego faculty, read "Tho Tiiehk has been an unusually cold Night of Trouble" and in answer to an a protracted visit to relatives in ind tho wild West. Mrs. Kirby re- spell for thu democrats rb well as tbo oncoro recited "The Kitchen Clock," exmained in Memphis and will not be rest of tho sinners. It began to snow hibiting in both a remarkablo elocutionSaturday and continued at intervals all ary ability. Her contributions homo for severnl weeks. to the Of Lincoln County. Dr. and Mbb. J. H. Owblky have re- day Sunday, while a searching North evening's enjoyment were liberally ap turned from a visit to their son, Mr. E. wind chilled the marrows of those who plauded and highly complimented. The The New P. Owsley, cashier of the Fourth Nation hud business ou. of doors. Yesterday Caledonians aro to bo congratulated on nl Rank at Columbus, Ga. They found morning the mercury waa down to 15 tho Buccees of the entertainment and Mill, htm and family nicely located and tbo and some of tha, hydrants in town were should feel proud that bo large a crowd frozen up. Tho prediction received yes- ventured out such a Btoriny ovenlrg to bunk prosperous. Lancaster, Ey., Mrs. W. G. Wklcii, Miss Bollo Root terday reads: Increasing cloudine; hear thorn. Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, &c, all go at Cost till that date. It now In full operation, and Invitei the aiteraton Dell Saufley went down to warmer Tuesday. and Miss ol the buililert of Lincoln county to iti material, The Official Vote. Junction City yesterday to see Rovt superior workmanship and low prices, Note Candor and a desire to givo overy ono Georgo 0. Barnes and family off for San-ibThe board consisting of Judge W. E SOME Island and take thorn many baskets his due compel ua to say that county Varnon, J. N. Menofeo and G. B. Cooper judgo olect George M. Davison has acted Perfectly clear poplar or yellow pine flooring at of lunch and other things. At low ai iu a very manly and becoming manner canvassed the returns Friday and found J, pet hundred. yellow poplai Jt 50 per hundred. Perfectly clear weather boarding at victory, not haying the following results on tho face of them: J 1. Co per hundred. At low at $1 jo per hundred. since his famous CITY AND VICINITY. For Congress, McOreary 1,507, Roberta Alfpatterm and thicknesses of Ceiling In yellow himself indulged in any offensive demas low as i.aj per - pine, poplar, chestnut and ash, as low The bird law expire Thursday. i per onstrations of delight nor permitted bis 1,403, Thomaa 13, Demaree 103. Mc- hundred. Iouble dressed lumberfinishing aslumber, My stock of hundred. Beautiful ellow pino friends to do bo. We may havo been a Creary'a plurality 44. quarter oak, Ac Save money by giving us your gaitera for ladies at Severanco & Over For county judgo, James Walker Giv orders. little llard on himln timea past, but our THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL, Son's. ens 1,433, George M.Davison 1,593. Day- - 73 6m Lancaster, Ky. fight ended with our defeat and in the ICO. for sale. B F. Jones future we shall accord Mr. Davison as Ison'a majority Four nice sboata For county clerk, G. B. Cooper. 1.5C3 fair treatment as ho shall deserve, exA Son. J. F. Cummins 1,&00. Cummins majoritenuating naught nor setting down any6es Higglns & McKinney on cooking thing in malice, praising him if his offi- ty 0. Shoes, &c, is now complete Call and see me. For connty attorney, Joseph B. Pax-toand heating stoves. cial acta shall justify it and condeming IT no opposition, 1,487. DEALER IN Hogs killed and prepared by Smith & him if be prove untrue to the obligations For Bheriff, T. D. Nowland 1.5C9, John ho will RBSumo. Huston. Give us a call. II. Harman 1,428. Newlond'a majority 4 TriE threo weeks term of circuit court 141. wife of B. Frank Rout on : Born, to the ended Saturday, but Judge Saufley has girl. For assessor, E. D. Kennedy 1,4S4 night a Friday -"" designated Thursday as a general clean- Thomaa Terry 1,490. Terry'a majority 0 Elijah Bauoiiman, colored, of this ing up day. Only one negro, Ike Logan, For jailer, George W. DeBorde 1,499 -' waa given a penitentiary sentence and Petrey 1,474. DeBorde's majority 5. place, has been granted a pension. 1 To furnish your house with the latest styles in Furniture. Every he got five yeara for shooting at Mr. W. W. L. Dawson received 560 votes for silver belt buckles, silk webbing Solid - E. Amon when he caught him stealing magistrate and T. J. Benedict 550 votes piece new and bought direct from manufacturer. My prices shall be . complete, $3. Engraving free.Daaks.his chickens. The case of Mr. J. Wesley for constable in the Stanford district, Msat cutters and lard cans, butcher Eubanks against Mrs. Bettle Broaddus both democrats, no opposition. Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. John Bailey for magistrate in the knives, hog box bottomB, Ac, at Higglns for building a fence acroea the passway he had bought through tho farm now precinct received 354 votes and & McKlnney'fl. owned by her, occupied tho court for Thomaa Gooch 355 for constable, both Headquarters ior almost anything I mean that you can buy a bill of furniture from . me for less money Qukbnbwahb, glassware, dinner seta three days' and ended Saturday after democrats. There were 19 votea cast for than any dealer will sell you the same goods for. This proposition is chamber seta and Jampa at cost till Deo, noon in a verdict for Mr. Eabanka of L. B. Adams for magistrate and 1 for you want. When you wantjajfirst-class.mearris $500. The report that Mra. not only made to Lincoln Co, people but to adjoining counties or 200 1. We must reduce our stocx. Broaddus, John Ellis. O. L. Williams got 2votes & Hardin. miles distant. Look around, get posted and come to headquarters to who la a sister of the late Col. A. M. lor conatahlo and S. D. Yowell 1. for 25c, call on. him. is doing 8wopo, would make a speech in her own bUy' In Grab Orchard, R. H. Bronaugb, for Tom Ybaobb'h foot ball team of practicing and will soon be behalf, drew a large crowd to the court- magistrate, 257, John Edmislon, 317, Ed a good deal s house, but it waa doomed to disappoint- mlston'a majority 60. J. P. Chandler got lock borna with aome ready to ment. The noxt court In course begins 255 votea for constable and Thomaa Nap-pe- r chalThe Cash Furnitnre Dealer, Stanford,JCy. eleven. Who will be. the first to Stanford, Ky. next Monday at Lancaster. 315, Napper's majority 60. lenge them? STANFORD, Waynesburg, for magistrate, E. B. Caldwell, Jr., 213, A. G. Faulkner 322, Win. Leach 4, John Crow 11, Faulkner'a plur- Kr., November 13, 1894 Every Time! merit. m ... A Walking Advertise New And Stylish Goods, . Pu-laa- ki HBJVjHjRANOEJ BBBBjUBBBBBBnaBBBBaWV & 8 No 2. SPECTACLES? 0IPl n, BAMa the OTWHILJEB. Piek Yaar Flint. Not Effect Us. yei-tirda- y, Democratic Defeat Does i ill-fat- ed CAUSE TO REJOICE, . l e No-politic- HUGHES & TATE. Mom-phl- At Cost Till Dec. 1, B '94 TO THE CITIZENS Lancaster Planing Queensware, Glassware, Lamps, &c, ol FARRIS & HARDIN! OF OUP.PRICES: FAUL (&O0)B Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots H. J. McROBERTS. n, R. Zimmer, in 1 m Fancy Groceries, Foreign and Domestic Fruits, AN OPPORTUNITY f m Hus-tonvil- le Lower Than The Lowest. W. W. WITHERS, al hi first-clas- R. ZIMMER. fcW, jifrfrU' . tnj,Jnrx:AA- - iihiVfcii .yAfaTisvM & V. xi J- , ,. 'l-i " " V fc"Tf5 - , V ,T . ' tl wyj emi-Week- ly Interior Journri THE yOKLD OF STYLE AT Publlshod Evory Tuesday and Friday $2 XMSIfc YJflAI so paid jWWhen not 32.GO will be charged.- IT ADVANCK 6 OR 8 PAGES. When necessary. dresses for tho quiet hours whoa tho lady of tho house imist attoud to those duties that aro generally a pleasure such as dusting, sewing and geucrally Euporintendijig her household. For easy Lmlles AVlio I.lko to Appear InillOVrcnt to morning wrap?, cashmere, challis and tho Cold A DIxiuIaIMoii on fur Clown tho thousand and one inoxpensivo and For Home) Wcur llmiilftoiiio l'rock l'or neutral tiuted woolens for that purpose, a Girl. NOVELISES IN WINTER WRAPS AND COSTUMES. tCop right, 1891, looso morning gowns nnd tho bewitch' ing tea gowns as well as many other by American I're&a Ansocln-tiu- n. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a, m., returning at 5:o P. m. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North... South Express train ' South Local Freight North -- ........... .936810 .......107P m South passengers. Th6 latter train alio carry The above it calculated on standard time. Solar QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. North....!..-.....-..- ... .... t37P m si n "" r 3 'J p 5' ta Going North tratnt pan Junction City a foVestibule starts 6 a. m. llow: Blue-GrLimited 3:3$ p. m. Local 1:10 p. m. Florida Limited j:ji. a. ra. Florida O. Vestibule Ju 18 p.-Saaih-- N n Limited ta:i.M m. Local 11:55 p. m. Veitibule arrives S.40 p. m. at Vet-tibule Blue-Gra- 1-VZfofwr - Absolutely r4jwej.czm.' m "Pure der. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government rood Report. ROYAL BAKINGJPOWDER CO., 106 Wall Street, New Yorfc. ' aa&ttdtxeEt A cream of tarter baking pow- Among women (hero aro many who liko to appear incliiToront to cold. Thoy think it gives them an added charm to walk along tho street clnd iu pretty and not too warm looking ijarniunts whilo thoir sisters aro snuggled up in cozy looking furs, with thoir noses halt tho thno mined in muffs. Such woman generally crcato a feeling of pity in tho breasts of such men as may sco them, but few know that underneath tho smoothly fitting waist thero is a silken jacket lined with fur or chamois skiti, which makes tho wholo body warm as toast Thero is a much larger number of women who dress in this manner than is generally known. Thoy havo n fancy collarette cr a boa to keep tho throat warm. Tho plan is not a ' good ono to follow, as whilo tho porsou wearing theso iunor fur waists finds them comfortablo in tho street thoy cannot bo loo3onod in a storo or house, and thoy then heat tho body unduly, bo that tho wearer is iu danger of colds as soon as slio goes .out, and they aro most oftou coldfl in tho bond, leading to catarrh, that bugbear of women. Many of tho costumes for quito lato fall aro mado to wear without wraps in this way, but they aro certainly very stylish. Ono costume of this planning was of light drab nud grocu indistinct stripes in a wool so soft as to bo almost fleecy. Around tho bottom of tho Bkirt was one narrow lino of soatacho, Tho bIoovcs wero drooping puffs, with very snug forearm pieces and with a frill of laco at tho olbow. Tho ccrsago was mado of dark green moire, and thero was a very "Kido Kich with two deep loops and ono end. Around tho neck thero was a ribbon collar with bows and loops all tho way around. Thero was a sung-lfitted silk and chamois liuing, so that tho wenrer can follow hor intention of y ' && . fcLe-i.H M S fiZ WrW-'ttilffitt- . mmm "3T!.'W Ij I ll$N3k (MaOiUlu a- CH 3Gb; .!l. .l"!i.J!. I . sag&iSXjihhivr s w sms. BSIMSk J COAT AND TEA OOWN. gSb O A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST.' having a toilet that will atfract tention, whether admiring or not atcon-notb- o Officoover McRobertt Drue Store in tho new Owtley Building. Stanford; rf- . - yet told. Aside from tho ultra dames mentioned abovo tho rest of femininity seems to bo trying to got all tho fur possiblo on their garments and tho most mass-iv- o and heavy coats and mantles to put it on when a full fur garment is impossible. Ono black melton coat had tho storm collar bound wifh black astrakhan and six rows nn inch wido of tho same fur down tho back from tho upper odgo of tho collar to tho bottom of tho nnd for tea gowns why, thero aro any number of kinds of light silks, or, nous nnd faycttas, nil olegaut and dressy. I remember noting ono lovely tea gown for a youug mother. It was of two shades of blue crinkled and Ftripcd crepon, cut in a looso princess shape, with ouu deep wattcan plait in tho back. Tho 6kirt was quito plain on tho outline. On tho inside, under tho horn, thero wan a pinked bluo taffeta, rnfilo covered, with threo laco rallies, which showed occasionally with tho movement of tho wearer. Thero wero two bluo moiro straps over tho shouldors, and the:o each had 0 doublo fall of lace ono fall wido, tho other half tho width of tho lower. This trimming met iu tho back in the samo manner as it did iu front, nnd thero waa n quilling of moiro ribbon, ending with two long streamers of tho ribbon, tho same as iu front. A jabot rucho encircled tho neck, of laco over ribbou, nud a laco fall aud ribbon bands finished tho puffed elbow sleovcs. Tho gown was very graceful and elegant. This tea gown hnd been sent from n grand honso in Paris and may well bo copied It would bo equally pretty in fayottn, lightweight silks or cashmcro in delicate shades. A frock for this lady's dainty little daughter was mado of ruby relntiua, laid in plaits aud trimmed with pink ribbon and pink silk milliner's folds. This would bo dn admirable model to follow in. dark woolen Btuffa or plaids for everyday tJoar. , VW ' DR. W. B. month!. Will $1,500 WANTED. ror cent, inter. Enrly Ironmaklne In America. and Kiaht give Tho manufacture of wrought iron aud ett, CallonJ. H. I'AXTON, Attorney, Stanford steel must havo been cntorod upon conat Tur OflSce South Side Main St., In oflice rr'ntly My temporaneously with that of cast iron, nertviile: fine location. Tacateti by Dr. Lee K. Huffman, Stanfortl, Ky. as John Endicott of Salem, tho first gov- Iloetired lVill board part? rentinc it. Mrt. Sal- 69 ernor of Massachusetts Bay, wroto to lie E. Italic, McKlnney, Ky. Oovoruor John Winthrop at Boston, Dec 1, "I wish to hear much of 1 e Ron H, RENT. ca?dT:"CT.y." tt itiai f.et. IVia.rilion Ian. I.68 leot. your son's iron and btool, " tho sou tt Apply to S 1'. biafiK, Stanford, Ky. Dealer n. Winthrop, Jr., who wad iu- John torested in tho Saugus Iron works at Lynn, Mass. Tho iron works also included ft Call on the undcruened at Rowland, Lincoln Ky. shop, from whinh tho first lire entor tennt. We want to gines in Amoricii wore built for tho county, Ky , mortcSa xcutity on realneirotlata ettate, loant on first W. rt. JONBS ) T JONTit, JUOIt, town of Ikuton, in acoordanco with n ttockt, bono and commercial paper. AbM for Mo vote of tho town meeting, Maruh 1, tho Missouri llrolterafie Co., bt. Loui;, KARLV. M.N 4 1CC1, that "thoMiIeot (men) havo power aud liborty to agree with Joseph Jynks X & for ingiiH to convoy wator iu caso of fin?, if thoy soo rauso so to da" AlAtmyttere yeu will find one though the works wero in oporntioit locks of MiUintry and Embroidery ol the finest Ky. Material ever very soon nftor building was com- brought to Stanford, lhare paid caih for my gootta Sole proprietors Dean's Mack Diaooud Host i'aiut. Uslimaiet fumlsned for painting Wood, menced, yet additions wore ihado dur- and aell them Jor cash, to low that you will be Metal and lion Kcofs ing a number of years. In IC1B an order forced to buy from me. An czaaitttatlon will con- All tools jmiulod with Silfacticn Guaranteed, Dean's Illack Diamond I'alnt guaranteed for yean Dealer In bet citof tho general court shows that the vince you and you are Invited to make It. i'umpi and Galvunucd Iron filters. 6un tern MRS. A. A. McKINNEY. works had "some tons of sowo iron cast and sonio others in icadiuess for tho forge," and letters of Governor Win- A throp in August and Soptomber, KM 8, F. H. RH.KY,?Proprlotor, SMiss Moore will nrrlvn October Btate that tho furiiiicoiiiuiuoV fovoii toJ tbing that It new and nobby in the tat, with every, way of cignt tons por wcck. x no prmcipai prodLondon, - - - Kontuoky. uct was bar iron "as good n tho SpanI have moved to ray new Hotel and am let Mr ish," costing '20 por ton; also axes nud ever to the public. stock ngricnlturnl implements. Albert Spies ' Fleas call and examine my lowest. beforo 'buy, frcptrtd thanattached accommodate venicec Ing My piicet shall be the and every coo Thanking Uood Livery Give me call. you for past fanr. respectfully, in Cassier's Magazine ly For twelve PENN7 Dcutisi. FOR BENT. itore-hoti- 10-12- , FOR J. B. HIGGINS, Stanford, bo-in- g $500,000.00 to Loan 65-- ma-chin- o All Kinds of Coal, J6I7BS 3B.OS., Stanford, To TIiq Xiadios Tin Sheet Iron Works, 4 Trent For the Indies. THE HILEY HOUSE it-Ju-d. KATK DUDliKKAR, Mauager. 77 FRANK RILXY. The l'oirtr of Music To forco a crowd of peojilo to raovo fast or slow at thoir will was a favorita joko with two young men who had a talent for music. When traveling together, thoy would seek a rotirrd window, or oven thereof of tho hoMwhcro tboy wero stopping, and with a drum nnd fifo play n march for pedestrians below. It was their dolight to seo thoso people going faster or slower, as thoy chose. TO the :ladeeq I D. S. CABPENTER, old stand ol At the well. known J, It. Green, In Mist Jarboe, my tiimmer, It In the cities buying my Fall and Winter Slock, and I will not make my usual (all trip. Moth Mitt Jarboeand her pur-chaaet will arrive next week and you aie cordially inviieu to can, MISS LICCIF. DEAZLF.Y, Stanford, Ky. JAMES YEAGER. THOMAS YEAOKR HustonvltlOy - - llontuc Ha just received a beautiful line of Surroys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. Furniture and Stoves. Call nd see his stock and get his prices which arc lower than anybodyt. II jou want a nice set of harness, a whip or a duster Hinder Twine far tale. HExniETTK Rousseau. Sometimes n brisk tuoaonro was lected, and then tho stream of people flowed fast Again, a slow tuno set thoir feet to crawling. It often happened that tho attention of tho musicians would bo attracted to tho peculiar walk of bomo porsou who, having no musio in his soul, could not bo brought into 6top. In that case thoy performed Mohammed's miracle of tho mountain, and accommodating fifo aud drum to his gait brought tho rest of tho btrect into tho same pace. On warm days thoy did cruol oxecu-tioi- u Oftou did it happen that somo stout old gentloman would bo precipitated for somo distance aC n lively rato uuder tho hot sun and would disappear from sight as a bt ink nud fiery execution of "Tho Girl I LeftUohind Mo" carried him steaming rouud n corner. London seTit-BIU YEACER & YEAGER, UVBT; Special Kates to Commercial Men. mm Mil STANFORD. KY. SfASU, house tUTERTT ST AB3Q1. ItIYKS P. W. GREEN, Prop. This (table, which Is run n ivneectton with the n Myers House, ba lieea supplied with lirrry give ua a call. Nothing but turnouta will leave our liable. See us In our lor rates. II you firtt-cla- at HARNESS SHOP s, You will find a good assortment of HaineM, Saddles, Ac. Harevour repairing done by our man fcc understands hit butieett. UehAvea "' mechanic in our llri-dle- A Now Lot of Horaes, Carriages, nti prtfisioi BLACKSMITH SHOP. s work and satisfactory Will guarantee prices, t if oar norse anoer. Agrnla for Deenng Machines, the lightest draft macbtne on earth. firtt-clas- Buggies, Wagons, ruiiar'i Supplies and It belter "supply public tbe with than eves FinsT-OLAs- a mas of ali kindb. nil Proprietor Tho- - Myers House, : : Personal and promptatttntlon givento Wtddi Patties and Burial. AI 11URNS,Mantnr. P.W.GKKEN, THE FASHION PLATE. ,:IMW. GREEN, Proprietor. JL ..For English corduroy aud bedford cords ro still very popular fabrics, NOTICE I Stanford, : will-know- Kentucky. Ky. Midland R'y, Shortest and quickest between m Thero is a groat display of floworod All credltort of the firm of Mrs. D. O. Slaughdesignod-fo- r nnd satin striped inoi ter & Son, doing business at Crab Orchard, Ky , are hereby notified to present, properly pioven as elegant winter gowns. reauired br law. within three months trom this Tho closely woven but medium date, their claims against said firm to the under- ' !it wools aro tho very best fabrics tlgnedat nit omcc,537 v. iato at.. i,ouivihc, GEO. W.STROIHEIt. Kv. Aatignee Mrs. D. G. blaugter A- Son. trility gowns for tho autumn and - n I am still running thla Hotel and will continue to give my guattthe politf it atten tion at wen at mo ncit tne maiaet anurut. pecial Attention to tho Traveling Public. When you want a fint-clait Cincinnati nnd Frankfort Only Direct Line between turnout come to a. ..icr. Oct. 30. '94. t RofreshingBath.lHot or Cold, A ttylish Hair Trimjor Clean Shave, go to llany ermine trimmed capes of vel- LIVERY STABLE. Prnnkfort, Qcoruotown and Purls, aj OarliBlo. Muy8vlllo, Oyntlilana, Falmouth aud CoviiiLrton. Tln.eTubliJnne 14, it)4. No. 1. No j. TRAINS EAST. p. a. a. m. Leave Frankloit 4 o Ask lor ticket via Kentucky JlHlsnd. Train run ny aunuara lime. No j. p. rn. 1 00 1 Oook JobaB. ds TFarmor's JBarbor Shop. A. G. Cattleman. Lanbia ROYAL insurance Company FALL COATS. p I, skirt. The rows met at tho belt lino. Tho front was finished in tho samo way. Tho sleeves wero very largo gigota And at Very Low Figures. with the rows of tho fur arouud tho KING & PREW1TT, wrist. I havo seen several now coata MANAGERS, Mcrcland, Ky. , trimmed after this fancy. Building, Louisville Moiro astrakhan aud black Persian Oomoierca will bo seen of tenor this winter than they Agentt throughout the South. havo over been before, and ovcry possiblo rcdincota somo things heretofore conthing, Agent, sidered and A. TBIBBLE, Leoal impossiblo, will bo mado of them, ' particularly Persian. It is said that STANFORD, KY. Persian will boar moro hard utago than Portland nny other fur, and so many jackots and San Francisco. coats aro mado of it Princo Albert J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. coats which aro very closo fitting aro A mndo of that fur, nnd somo are short, 4, 1894. while others aro quito long. I do not caro to attompt in this let- Full corpt of Conservatory and Normal School teacher. Superior coumc In Literature, Music .a. -- VIAter to givo a full disquisition on furs, An. Excellent boarding department. CaUloguet and circulars furnlmed on appljcation. but rather to Bpeak of tho woolen coats. Tho capos, with thoir capuchins, I havo ' His wtfoand family have received special training in and lor College already mentioned. Thero is apparently Thecurrlculinn will bo an extended one ond the no limit to tuo btyics or jucKcts aim drill will be thorough no whitewashing, no skimcoats. Somo aro tho now popular Princo ming, n6 shoddy work will be allowed. g)tOUI5VIUt XtAjBAKlt ChlCitO RJT&-(Residence! the late Jame McAIlster.) Classes will be instructed in Higher MathemaAlluirf: clinnr. nml mrn nrn rnr. in h.iiif? - KY. tics Belle Lcttres, Natural fccience, Mental and etraiuht down the front, closine: with a . CRAB ORCHARD, Moral Science, LaUn, German, u 3?TJLLMAN3A1TD Civic, Music, Vocal and Writing, enormous buttons. In somo thero Instrumental, Painting, Drawing. &c. OAKS. few darts taken up. In 0110, which was PARLOR aro The firt terra of five month will open Sept. to, S. 1894, and econd term will cloie the first week in a very stylish coat indeed, thero wero ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE j June. One week holiday at'Chnstma. giade, in- Assisted by a Competent Faculty. two darts reaching from tho bust to tho TERMS. Tuition pet t;rm in first German RUNNING - DINING - CARS. bottom, nnd theso wero turned over nud A select achool.orhigh grade, for the thorough eluding Latin and grde 5 w Tuition in teconii young WRITE TO seamed down, making u largo welt. All lanunoi juuui, i4lie. A lewadmitted.gertllemen Music, Piano, Organ, Guitar, instrument o oo approved moral furnished for practice tho back and sido seams woro treated ifNumber limited-- no will ilxo be p. Idler wanted. JT Short hand. Typewriting, Paioting, Drawing, t E. H. BACON, D. P. A., F. J itEEn.n. a .i Stapp, the Pretideut, haa tince hit gradua-ic- n Ornan.enUl Work, all at reavjnable rates. Chicago, iu in mo samo way, and mere was a ueavy Louisville, Ky. litIn inealcine, given hia entire time and 'Hoard in College, per week, Jj.50. Good board row of stitching on tho bottom. Thero of Collefret building and Denver. were fancy pocket flics, and theso consti- in the South. During themanagement he filled tne in private familiet at reduced rate. St. Paul. past year Monthly payment required. aud Natural hair of except fo tuted all the trimming. Tho material Daughters LiteratureHarrodtburg, and Science In No itiscount Information protracted illne. Mrt. Htapp College, address the Preidept, Fur further was heavy fluffy wool in two shades of aught Music, Painting, Drawing, &c. giving DR. JOHN S. STAFF, ..II VOU ARE GOING....... ,'rneral satislaction to patrons and pupils. Ciab Orchard, Ky. . , gray, with black cro.s stripes. 54 Very muuy of tho coats reach tho foot and aru doublo or singlo breasted, ......Til t....M as might best pleaso tho wearer. Somo havo direotoiro iiiiinh, others tho storm collar of fur; somo aro lined throughout and others only aa to tho waist and Call for sleoves. Nono so far has had fur all around tho bottom, but fur often trims them. I noticed a vory handsorao Scotch Louisville a Nashville R. R. checked coat, mado ulutor bhapo, but with two deop paita down tho back, It the line for you, at iu from tho neck, and loft to fall looso And Paints, from tho waist lino. Over this was a cameron capo of the samo material, Make'dote connection at And CINCINNATI with a turndown collar in front, which LOUISVILLE becamo a capuchon in tho back, and For all point. SST Prescriptions Carefully Compounded, this was lined with dark green volntiua. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. breasted, with six MOMGE CHECKED THROUGH Tho front was doublo enormous buttons of uncre, with green an information e.inuire of JOES. KICK, Agent. ... r . lights predominating. staniora, ivy Women nro 40t always iu tho etrcot, . "B'"'p W. A. MCyuunn, Opp. Court-Housnnd when nt nomo thoy need the duiuty Junction City, K OP LIVEKPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAH vet or fino Venetian cloth lined with satin brocado aro exhibited by leading city importers. Jet garnitures nro used in profusion both iti dress ajid millinery. Thoy are conspicuous this seasou on all sorts of wraps and gowns. It is still observed that at full dress tho low slippers 01 ontertniuiuenU French snudals moro frequently match tho gloves in color than tho gown. Braiding in intricate designs is used upon natty coats for youthful wearers, mado of Russian green, marine blue, auburn browu and palo tan cloths severally. Aided by tho numberless models in capes and jackets, tho transition from autumn to winter will bo stylishly and attractively effected by tho new direc-toiro Prices to tutt the hard timet, Call or leave order at the Mycrt Houi 0&c Attention Farmers! We have a Large Line ol FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. ' Locust Fencing Posts, Plank Fence, Capital Stock- - .$200,000 Surplus 2I.30C Attention of the public is invited to tho fat Is tho only National Bank in Stanford Under the provitlonaof the National Hank Act depositor are secured not only by the capita. stock, bulbv the stockholders liability lor at mount equal to tho stock, so that depositors 04 this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 Tive (worn statement of thecondition of the biD are made each yearto the United States government and its assets are eaamined at dated timer by government agent, thus securing addititnot andperfect ufcty to depositor. This Institution, originally establiahcd a lbs Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1(5$, then ued aa the National Hank ot Stanford in 1S65 ano the First National Dank ol again Stanford in iS&a, has had practically an uninterrupted existence ol year. It better supplied uow with tacilitU for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long tne honorable career. Account of corporations, fidncianei, firm and Individuals respectfully solic-te- " " " " Arrive Granger Stakes, Sbingles & Lumber AN ABUNDANT SUPPJLY that this " Swittcr 7 Stampior Ground.; 1 Duvall 7 34 jonnion 40 tcurgetownn..H ...7 4S C S. Depot..- ,- ....t 5J Newton .. -- ........ 8 o5 Centrevillc. ....... S ifi Summit... Klknorn... .. yod ,.7 it 4 4- it -' 10 J ..r v 44 4 JO 43 too 10 4 joj JiJ W 4 joo 3 45 3J Elirabetb Pam......C. WE.ST. ........ 8 30 t so No, 4. p in. 619 6 t; C41 6 6 05 6 if Jl JJ ao 3 3? 400 No. u 440 J 4 45 l Hi TRAINS I.ve Pari Arv No.. a Arr Centrevillc.. Klltbelh,...,.to 10 ..10 14 Arr Newtown Depots.. .io, ArrC.S. .93a Air Georvctown II 10 F.lkhorn , .. .C....... .10 00 in. No. I a. m y 1 Arr ..11 47 Arr Johnson.. Arr Duvall .10 Arr Stam(.'g Ground 11 eo Arr bwiizer it 10 . j; 645 651 7 o 7 7 o $40 600 7 -' Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesdays Sep. clan-wor- k. World's Fair Record. OHIOACO I COLLEGE 'HOME, -- The Directory of this Hank it composed et Korcstv Retd, Lincoln cuuuty; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. W. Hryden, Stanford; S.H. iJaughroan, Lincoln; J.S.Hockcr Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; K. T. P. Hill, Stanford. L. Tanner, McKlnney; M.J.Miller. MU Vernon' J S. Hockor, President: John J. McKoberti, Cashier; A. A. McKinny, Assistant Cashier 1 Y-- 90$ 1 Arr Suiuioit. ....... jj j zi V J Arr Frankfort. ..A 1130 715 A connect with L. & N. II connects with Q A C. and I,. S. C connects with K. C. SUNDAY TKAsWS. Leave Franklort 900 a. m; Georgetown 10 00 a. m. Lve Georgetown to 37, arrivH rranktoit 11 30 p. m. The Kentucky Midland Railway and connection form the shortest and .ucapest route to all points buuth, Kat, .Vorth and West. For further information apply to their agents. C D. IIKKCAW, Gen Pass. Agent. GEO. II. HARPER, Umi bupt .i . ,.11 17 j ij j 30 b 5c lio loo 47 9J "" NORFOLK AKD C7- -- - ', Short-Hand.Ty- pe Farmers Baak&Trnst Co OF STANFORD, KY.. It now I ully'organitcd and ready for business wits DR. J. STAPP, PRES,, 3 RAILROAD. TICKETS ALL POINTS: BOLD TO ?..1it Paid up Oapitalof Surplus, . - - S200.000 20 000. ener-.iestot- he HaRTKWEST, DRUG STORE I Window Glass, Putty, BMUGS AN1D 8 SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAI BANK OK STANFORD, Now clottig up) with the amt. asset and uudti tho same management. By provisions of it chatter, depositor' are at fully protected a aio depositors in National Hanks, it shareholder being held Individe.alli Iiaole to the extent of the amount of their Hoc therein at the par value thereof, in addition tffths amouut invested in ucb hare. It may act as executor, administrator, truatoe, Ac, at fully i an individual. To those whc entrusted their bnitiness to ui while mnaglng' the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender our rnanv, thank and trust they will continue to transact their businoii with us, offering at a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty yean' experience it t banking and at liberal accommodation at are with sound banking. DIRXCTORt: OHIO, IKDIAMA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, K&K3A5, NEBRASK COLORAD O, ARKAW&AS, CAHFORWIA, - TEXAS, 'BE WKT,H0m-W-ST,SSUTfl-WE51 M FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST 'ULLrYlAN rJutTtO THE COACHES, AND DIHINO J J. WillUms.Mt. Vernon; ; NORTH AND EAST. VESTIBULID SIEEPIHD SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE - ., Double Daily Trains . H. ShnkStauford A rr - "a W. B. McROBERTS, e. BOWK Sr, J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S J. Embry, Stanford; J. B. Owsley, Stanford; F. Cam, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford; , A. W.;Carpenter, Milledgevillf , K W. H. Cumuiiu, 1'reachenvill S. II. SHank, President, Dr. J. B. 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