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WILLI AMSBURCWIUTLEY NO. 74 ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. presented tlila with n turnip that weighed I Iba, o'ilco ' and 10 or. Mr. J. G. Frith brought ua a raduMab thnt weighed 3 H. and 12 or. Mr. P. F. Gable, who nan been working at the photograph business (or I ho last ninu years, has now taken h position with W. 12. Singleton & Co., at Mr. A. f M a K) Frank Kenner, who wag eo badly to vlBit relativcp. jured in the boiler explosion, is yet alive. Jndgo II. F. Finley spent Saturday Wesley Mink and Parnick McPherson , ' J. M. HtJBBAED, A. M., President. 'ng and huuefliiltl meetings held hero and Sunday in Pinoville. aro recovering. for some years There were 15 additions. Dr. A. S. Worrell, of Louisville, fill- Dr. J. J. Drown, who has been flulto Sep. 4, 1894. Thanksgiving evening Is usually one ed tho pulpit at tho Baptist church Sun- - ill, is able to be about. Mra. Martha of enjoyment here, s jiiiu of thu churches day." Schooler, of Garrard, is visiting the (am- - Full corps ofO.nwvatory and Normal School teacheri. Superior councs in Literature, Mutic land Catalogues and circulars furnltnM on amplication. hn. Excellent or ornaiiir.,UiouH, always giving a supper. Last Monday was police court day. Lily of Willis Adams. We have no knowledge of any to be glv-e- u Dusiness light; everybody is behavingln A young fellow from Ohio on his Ilimwifo nnd familr have received inrelitmtn. this Thanksgiving, however. these parts, way to North Carolina passed through Albright & Co., qf thin place, have Bnu lor Loncjn in Tlio hunting ami IIhIuii, ciub did K. D. Perkins spent Saturday and here on a bicycle. How ho got atom? benefit of Tho curriculum will be an extended one ond the made an assignment for tlio drill vlll be thorough-rl- o whitewashing, no skimu Sunday with Judge It. Doyd ut Harlan without a derrick wo can't understand their creditors ami tho common opinion not go to ureeu river this week lor (Kes e Ul the late James MeAIUur ) ming, no shoddy work will be allowed. Classes will be Instructed Higher MathematruHHoiie, hut will be oil next week. O. II. Hoeayatlio judge Is rinbt aeri o( thu people la thnt they have acted There will bo a meeting of tho stock- KY. ics, llello Lettres, Natural in Science, Mental and Mural Science, Latin, German, hotiorahlu and dotio thu beat they could Some of their Richmond friend areex-pcotc- d ously hurt from his fall, but thinks he holders of .the now institute, Saturday, CRAB ORCHARD, Typo Writing, Hook Keeping, Civics, Music, Vocal and to como rvt-- aud tuko a week's will he able to get out again iu u few to decide whether tho school will be lor those titer owe. Instrumental, Tainting, &c. The first term of fivo mrnths will open Sept. to, outing with the club. S. STAPP, Jlro. 1 N. Rowland hns been turned over to Centre College or conduct 1894, and second term will clfe the first week in Owen Williams, mugwump, and James Drown, who liven near Drum-me- lt ed by tho county. the decline for the Inst few days. June. One week holiday at'Christmas. Assisted by a Competent Faculty. TKRMS. Tuition pei term in first gtade, In- Station, got one of his lingers caught M. 0. Miller is In from AiiBtin, Tex Mra. IleboccA Hughes, th widow of Mr. Smith Yowell.populiat, did not make a cludingLatin and German....... A teifC t erhnnl. nf Mcfh frailr. fnr tha fhnrttiftti ..$o oo in second grade .. tj oo Jamea Hughes, of Lincoln county, In very hot race for constable, receiving on between a wagon bed and h tree last an. MacfstratC-elec- t Ashley Owens yflBll""no'ounr ladies. A lew young cemlemen Tuition Piano, Organ, Music, Guitar, instruments iipiurfi iiiuii win piitj ao oo furnished for practice now at Mr. D. It, Totton'a and thought ly 2 and I vote respectively. Friends at Tuesday nnd it Wns mashed so badly up from Livingston. He is the first dem- ui Number limited no idlers lie auiiiiueu. ... wanted. Short hand, Painting, Dr tribute their polling so light to tho fac that amputation was necessary. Dr. ocrat mngiatrato elected in tfiat precinct tionvin StaDO. the Pre4idnt. has since his crradua- - OrnanenUl Work, all at reatonable rates.Drawing, to bo at the point of death. nieulcine, given his entire time and ener-- J over Mr. Dothur-u- that it does not require heavy polls for Finley performed the operation for for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Doul- - Kics 10 inu uuiiuinf ana management 01 colleges in Hoard in College, per week, (3.50. Good board Mr Fish's majority private familits at reduced rates. year ho rilled the in the South. During the him. Monthly payments required. in the Broduead district for county suckurs. ware, of Dloominuton, III., who have chair of Literature and pat Natural Sciences in No discount except fo. protracted illness. . J. 15. Cook will spend a few days Mr. Clifford Weisner is in Louis been visiting relatives here, will leave Daughters College, Harrodiburg, and Mrs. rUapp Judge wan 08 votes, notwithstanding I.r further information address the President. taught Music, fainting, Drawing, &c, giving DR. JOHN S. STAPP. Hiram Fish and general satisfaction to patrons and pupils. Bomo correspondent from Mt. Vernon diluting in Shelby county. Will King ville. Mr. and Mrs. Stove Whitehead, fcr homo Crab Orchard, Ky. 54 bald bdforo the oloctlftn, that my corres- and lid Powell went to Columbia Wed- of Dig Stone Gap, visited friends and are in from Fountain Head, Tenn. pondence would euabln Iluthurum to nesday, Carroll Raid spent a few days relatives here iHgt'week. Miss Maggie Dr. J. II. Lawrence, of Harlan county, is with his parents. Ho will deliver the Costello, pf Darbourville, visited the here with homo folks. Mib. Dr. J. Mf cirry Urodhead district. Miss Iva Painter, who ban been horses to their owners and come homo Misses O'Mara last week. Mr. L. O. Cooper, of Livingston, vlfited Mrs. F. L. spending a few weeks with her uncle, 11. Monday to spend several months. D. S. Drako is hero to settle tho loss of his Thompson this week. Mr Jlieltnrd WilOwen, at Salom, Ind., returned home n Skinner and wife are visiting relatives in company, the Union Centra), on the life liams returned from Centre College Wedlew days alnce and la now visiting rela- Garrard. J. 0. Weatherford4and family of W. II. Meadows. It is $4,000. Mr. nesday quite ill. Mrs. Dr. J. T. Brooks and Mrs. G, C. Mooro have returned has returned to Paris, after a visit to reltives in Urodhead. Mm. Thomas Cher- are visiting from Milldaie. Dr. Drown li.w one on his annual from St. Albans, W. Vs., where they atives hero. Mrs. Jonas McKenzie, who ry haH returned from a two weeks visit at Lancaster and Itowland. Mm. J. J fall trio to Tuuneu-e- e to'drive the deere have been visiting Mrs. Moore's rela- has beeu quito ill, Is recovering. Mrs. J. K. McClary entertained n number of Painter, of Corbjn, spent a few days with with bound and home. The doctor is a tives. And TORNADO. Temporary office at D. W. Vandevcer's store. Sunday afternoon George McNabb, friends in handsome stylo last Wedneshnr friends and relatives In Bfld near thl8 deer hunter of the old school and has colored, and his wife went to church and day. place during the last week. Mr. Thoma8 chased them with excitement, when went to Stanford lnt Mon- "The hounds, ran swiftly turongh the left their three little children locked up Mcltoberta ROWLAND. moods, at home. Shortly nfterwards the house day. M emirs. II am in and Cabbpll, of The nimble deer to take. A minstrel troupe has been organcame home the night before the That with ttudr or) a the hills and dales, waa discovered to be on fire by James ized here, consisting of tho best musical to their Lautors, who happened to pass by. He election and proved their loyalty Au echo shrill did make.' democratic principles, in stamping the X Aud is euro to bring a plentiful supply of burst the door open and saved two of talent in the city. They will Boon start the children, but the baby, who was on the road and we predict for them a under tho rooster on election day. vuulson for his fri tids. KTJSTOlTVII-l-lSnearest to where the house caught, had successful tour. Our meeting at thu Daptlst church, MIDDLEDURC, CASEY COUNTY. Lookout for another wedding in a which his been In progress since the already een surrounded by the flames and ho could not get it out. Its charred short time. As Winter approaches, those night of tho Gth Inst., has not cloned tip Durutotho wife of Jordau Carter, remains were found after the tiro was tvho are matrimonially inclined veiy to this date, the Hth. We now have 10 Jr., on tho 10th Inst., o girl, Carrie. wisely take advantage of tho peculiar approved for baptism anil 14 restorations The trustees at Grove have torn over. making 21 In all. Our dear old church hua down their sohool-housTbe recent Congressional catnpaicn Qtuess of tho season. aud are prep.tr-i" This is the only poll in the country been much revived. Ilro. A, V. to build a new bnu instead. Napier may uot be ended yot, as it is reported ua In deserves a rooster and it should to In order to save the people of the WestEnd a journey to other towns who has been working with Dros , havo the conirwt at JBO0 and they that a prominent republican here says that he does not intend that certain newspa- placed on Judge Shelton's premisep, to buy goods, the meeting and who has been doing the ure to furnish tho uiHterial. preaching, has endeared himself to my Dviu Meade, surveyor, has opened per men shall suggest what they please where tho votes were caBt. Fifty out ot people. He has been preaching the gos- up and put in responsible, for It; not thnt he 80 voters in the town are straight demorepair the old county road, aud not be pel with great tndernai and power, lending from Grove to thinks their accusations will aiTect bis crats and they elected 5 in 7 of tho city the Liu coin line tiklng no nearcuti in matters pertain near Duncan. This road has not been standing iu the community, but that it oflicers. Craig Camden, David Vandeveer ing to salvation. Ilro. Sizemore will go worked for years, notwithstanding Itn is about time wo were calling a halt to and Widfield Ware were before Judge church at Stanford, taking back to his this thing of newspapers accusing men importance. So that all who examine will be forced to purchase, without going with him tho prayers and love of many of misappropriating funds and wilfully Darnett, Tuesday, charged with disturb Five young,democrb, II. C. elsewhere. I shall make a specialty of Ing the peace lost Friday night in now tnado friends in thbt town. John Daxter, W. It. Falconber-ry- , and maliciously doing anything to seWare and Camden were lined ?5 CrltSpenrs and Harlan Perkins cast cure the nomination and election of Tho grand old First district is still their favorite candidate, so our grand each and Vandevcer's case will be beard the Gibraltar of the Kentucky democra- their first vote at the lato election. They jury may be Called on to investigate this by tho county judge. cy. Hendrlck leads his republican op are of the Block that always takes it matter. J. T. Cherry and wife, of Drodhead, ponent by a majority of 10,000. Hack in straight too. passed off quietly in have been visiting the family of J. H. The election Tho republicans are very hilarious And will sell them at city prices, Wait for the opening and give me the thirties, when the "stars fell," a carover their famous victory and are run- this county, with about the same resulfs Hilton. Mr. Hilton and his cultured a show. F. 13. TWIDWELL. avan of wagons encAtupod on ths road A) in the rest of thu country. Wo did daughter, MIbs Dertie, have been visiting whole party ning the boys in the trouches, iu a way side near Greon river. The Hustonville, Ky. not send you a letter last week, as wo relatives in Mercer. His sister, Mrs. were alarmed at tho awful phenomenon) that is anything but pleasant. Thoy Btipposed you Kelton, nnd bod returned with them. about all of the tnat appeared In the heavens. Ooo of ought to be more lenlont, an j should not kind of news wo could send that you Mr. Matt. Adams and wife havo returns-forget so aoon, that just two years ogo, tho wagoners said: "Doys, fix your eyeB wanted to hear. The county went about J after a week's visit at Corbin. on the North stur; if she moves I'll be when there was not a greasy spot left of its Your Lancaster correspondent took usual majority republican, electing d- -d When tlio them, how they humped up like dogs If we ain't In for every republican nominee, except jus- occasion in Tuesday's ipsue to throw an Gibraltar district falls us, then, indeed thu had eAteu a bait of garlic aud vomi- tice of tho peace in the second district, unkind thrust at this correspondent by is tho democratic psrty in for it. Louis- ted. They attempted to celebrate Friday night with anvils, but tho powder "flash- where W. D. White defeated Lovitt. Mr. accusing him of leaving Lancaster Tuesville Times. White is an independent republican. day ninht for tho Fiji Islands. Ho only rallwny, which is ed in tho pan." At least those sleeping Tho Whitley still has one democratic ollicer, CAino to his placo of business. If he had to be the longest in tho world has been in close proximity to them, were not tho judge-eleIsaac Miller, police judge of been hunting heathens it would not opened as far as Omsk, and one may go least diilnrbed. Somehow or other they Corbin, aud one democratic precinct, bnve been necessary to leave Lancaster, Has the most complete stock of General Merchandise in the East there from St. Petersburg, 2,200 miles, in always make a "fizz out." They usually Woodbine, so we aro not in abscluto nor would it bo necessary to go further End of the county and at unprecedented low prices. Full line of Staleas than five days. Tho diillcullies en- call upon Col. Adauu to help them in darkness yet. to find a few cood domocrats. ple countered have been prodigious; and in their jubilatiouH, but this time ho was Secret ballots hido a multitude of draining a bog of CO miles wide engineers under the snow along with the demoMrs. Charlotte liobertson Dell, tho faults, ns has just been demonstrated, and men lnd to live in huts built on crats and felt kind o' had ton. last surviving daughter of tho late Chief and the writer of thin will support any plies nnd accessible onlviu boats. Four Jnetice George Doberrson, aud the wid democrat for tho Legislature who is in Wisconsin Central Lines. thousand masks were bought to Iceep oil' Through line from Ohicauo to St. Paul ow of Dr. D.tvld D. Dell, for 50 years an favor of tho repeal of thot law. Many Clothing,, Men's, Youth's and Children's, the venomous mosquitoes. eminent medical practitioner in Lexing- men havo scratched their tickets for lo Tho faHteHt run ever made in this anil Minneapolis, making close connec- ton, who died in Nicholasvillo Sunday, cal and personal reasons, who would not country was over the Pennsylvania road tion (no transfer) with lines running to was born in Garrard ami was a second havo done so with an open poll. This all points in Minnesota, North aud South last week between Jersey City and Pitta-burcousin of Mrs. H. O. Warren, of this will not bo denied, for it occurred in General Manager Provost aud a Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Cali- place. Lincoln and Garrard counties. $Some and I'acillu Coast points. Tho diall wool suit of clothes at $2 ever offerparty of olllcials made tho" trip in eight fornia, It is definitely stated that when Car- whUky men and eome local option men Mothers, if you want the best rect lino to all points in Eistern, Middle, years old, do not fail to see them. Boots hours and :W minutes. During the trip lisle's term is up he will resume his pro- - went back on their democracy aud voted ed for boys from 5 to '14 and Northern and Western Wisconsin, 120 miles was made in 101 minutes, and Shoes a specitlty. A well selected stock always on hand. Our Duluth and nil I,ako Superior f feealon either iu New York or Waaliiug- - against men who had entertained viewa was made at the rate the trip altogether and $2 Dongola Shoes can not be excelled.. Nothing better points. Double dtlly through train ser- tou. As evidence there is no ditlereuces difl'erent from theirs on that issue. Tho Si. 50 niilu a minute. of a than our ladies and children's oil grained Dongola Shoes. The very S vice with equipment. 7or fuU between Cleveland and Carlisle thero is returns prove this. Tho republicans Co. 's Boots; The steamship St. Louis, with two A nice line of he Forwood Shoe-Mfa rumor that they will constitute a law need not crow, for they didn't do it. Shoe for winter. exceptions tho largeut and moat now- -, particulars addrees any ticket agent in firm. made and at reasonable prices. Nothing better Men who once wore the namo of demo- and Shoes on hand. urful vessel over built, waa launchod at tho United States or J. C. Pond, general Lt. Gov. James A. Walker, who sut- - crats did it. Since the officers ;at tho Call and see our stock before making yourfall and winter purchases. Cramp's shipyard. Tho PresideiA nnd passenger nent, Milwaukee, Wjs. ceeded Stonewall Jackson as commander two court houses in the counties named It will cost you nothing to look and we take pleasure in showing our Mrs. Cleveland took an important part In Lewis county Will Kennedy Kill- of the famous brigade, is the only re aro equally divided, it is suggested that goods. iu tho ceremoniee. The vessel is Amer- ed his brother Johu with a fence rail, publican elected to Congress in Virginia. a wing bo built to each, to be known as W. E PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Ky Respectfully ican built In every particular. This trouble began over a woman. He will represent the 0th district. mugwump and bolters' headquarters. It lias been aunouncud that tho Threo-yearago Oicar Irwin married 0 This would be eminently appropriate. greatest hotel on earth will be opened in Lizzie Patterson, a girl of All Froo. Soon after Let tho public judue which Bide of this Those who have ued Dr. King's New Dlscov . 2Cew York November 1, 1S97, It will bo n man named John Cox took, tho girl cry know its value and those .who have not, have local Ibsuo went further astray-- The 20 stories high nnd cost fS.OOO.OCO. wife away from her husband. Then Dill naw the opportunity to try it free. Call on tho ad- ctrdidates and the returns in both coun druggist frco. get a Tnl.n Tnnnli Astnr will tilt till it. Kennedy took her a way from Cox. vertised toll audltuck'entiial bottleChicago,Send t es will settle it. & Co., E. and your name Tom Deed says it is tho people who John Kennedy then fell in lovo with tho get a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Lite nils as Another trouble Is that tbe candidates well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household live alter they are 40 years old that havo girl and took hor away from his brother instructor free. All of which Is guaranteed to do did not pull together, while tho ropubli-cm- s cost you nothing at A. K. Penny's you tho b?st time. Tho years up to that Dill, and the killing.reeulted, worked shoulder and nover scratch Evaporated Peaches, Evaporated Pears, Evqporated Apricots, drugstore. preparatory,' tlmo aro only Over 100 people were killed by an ed. Evaporated Plums, Evaporated Figs, California Prunes, Layer Rais-enThe Ceutro College foot bU team earthquake In Northern Ohilif' Little Switzerland has an enormous Cooking Raisens, will play tho Stato College a'. Lexington Henry Wiison, the poitmister at Welshton, FIs., army in proportion to her populaSaturday. waa licit, we gava her Castor!. Vnirn Ilahy says-henred a case of diarrhoea of long stindinc tion. The popnlation in 2,900,000; the The income of the Czar of liussia is In six hours, with one small bottle ot Chamber ?.T..a Ca waa a Child, sua crkxl for Castorla, : lam's Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remody. : standing nrmy 120,000. per day overy day in the What a pleasant surpriio that must nave beeu to Wlicn h'no became Miss, sho clung to Cftstoria. equal to $23,000 Tho revenue of tbe postofHco depart the suiTe.er. Such cures are not unusual with thu When bho had Children, she g ve them Cantoria. year. romeedy. In imdr instances only one or (wcTdos. inent decreased for the fiscal yoar end es are ensured lo Rive permanent relief. It can full stock of Heintz Goods, Catsup, &c. Candies, Cakes, Uucciln'aArnloa Salve. always be depended uporf. When reduced with ing Juno SO, and the expenditures in Also a waier 11 is picasant to lane. The best lvc In tho world lor ctlu, bruises smlt rheum, fever creased. for lores. ulcer,chilblain, corua sores,allletter, chip- ford. aale byDr. S. O Mocker, druggist, Stan- and skin erup. ped hands, Samuel Illco, has ou the recommenno pay requir olons. Upoulivelycurei piles, or perfect satisfaction Soo tho World's Fair for 16 Cents. W A. McGuiro, a dation of Gov, McCroary been appointed id it it guaranteed to K cltuen or " tr 'moneyby refunded. I'nco a$ Ky. per tea. thai there is nothing as Upon receipt of your add less and 15 cents in watchman of the public building at P' '? P.K the A. R. Penar, SUotord, good lor children 0R"n with colds or croup as Kor aalt troubled stage stamps we will mail you our Souvenir TpmnnqSre. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. He has used it iu K rtfolio of thu World's Columbian Exposition. We also keen a full line of" Canned Goods, &c. All i H T not Ins his Umtly fur several yesrs with the best results The regular price is joe, but as we want you to chest there ii Foru pain In the tide or dampeued with Three fallen women have been of which we offer at prices no house will attempt to undersell. aiways keeps a bottle of it in the house. Al- havo 0119 we make the price nominal. You will flannel ocoodaaa piece of ana bound on over the seat of and haying la ter urippo ha was himself troubled with fiedita workof Art and a thing to bo prlted. It strangled to death at Denver in as l'alu lialm niauy lie usei other remedies without contains full page views of the great buildings, uiin. It aftordi prompt and permanent relic I and a seerecough. concludej cold from benehtaud then to try the childreu's with deicrlpticnsof aamefand Is executed In the weeks by mysterious parties. fused in lime will ofuin prevent a treatment it a medicine and 10 hlsaelighttt soon ellected a per- highest style ol art. If not satisfied with lt after in pneumonia. Ilils saaie Tho future control of the Q. & 0. by manent cure. you et it we will refund the stamps and let you sure cure lor lame back. S, G. HocVer, druggist, Sla 33 and so cent bottles for site by Dr. S. O. keep the,book. Address II. E. liucklen ii Co., the O., II. & D. ie uow an assured fact. for aale by Dr. Huckcr, druggist, Stanford, 111. Chicago, II. McOlary Bro. Qownn'ri meeting closed Satur- day, much 10 tho regret o( hi admiring auditors. Ic wifi one of tli most pleau- - Misa Carrie Myers has gone to Lou- - Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, boardlni-departmen- Itieh-mon- d. t. COLLECKS HOME, 111 uiau-wori- c, var-iuu- Short-Han- d, r consid-orable- on wt-ek- JR. J. PRES,, g, Type-Writin- m , JOHN H. KIRBY, HTSTJRAITCI3 AGENT, STAlTFOBiD, FOR FIRE, LIFE, KCCWER1 F.B-Twidw6- Pitts-bur- ll , !K"r., Dealer In Drugs, Medicines, Fancy Groceries, Silverware, &c. e mt Size-mor- e, I Have Marked Mine Down er, Need-mor- e. HOLIDAY - : - GOODS, had-gotte- 0 it' W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD, ET. trans-Siberia- n ct Dry Goods, Dress Goods, g, At the New Tariff Prices. g. Ash-lau- d, first-clnP- s m SOMETHING FOR I Off T EAT. s, good-an- Currants, Citron; &e. well-know- n Me-k"- y. (DM.AKr(GrIKS9 BANANA! 39 Kich-mon- d. Cham-erlam- 'i ,!,.. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. tu v Ul. m - -- "rJQngQt r-v-- TWJ T ir.-- ,i ; 4 -- - y "siri'j-?"- - j v 'rcJnMi i.MM.y.. "Vf? "W J. II. Bsughman & Co. havo bought John Williams, of Brazil, Ind has a -- THEmania for swallowiog pins and needles. of various parties 1,100 barrels of corn delivered nt their mills hero at $1.00. Tho residence of Harrison Armour, William Moreland bought of vnrioiiB of Hopkinsville, burnedand his Stanford Ky., November 16, 1894 parties n car load of hogs at 3 80 to 3 85. old son perished in tho fhtuies. Ho nlso bought a car loAd of lambs at 2c Peter Birch, of Newark, N. J., senJoe Patchen paced a uiilo nt Dallas, W. P. WALTON. tenced to 14 venrs imprisonment for Texas, in 2:09, breaking tho State record criminal assault, died on tho day he was 11 seconds. It wnsovernhnlf mile track to bo taken to tho pen. Tho king of Italy has ordered that Thk report of tho U. S. strike commisBrigadier-GenerAlexander Mc- tho Royal Stud be improved by tho aildl. sion, appointed to investigate the labor Dowell McCook hasbeen appointed tion of fiye American trotting Bullions troubles growing out of tho Pullman of the Unltod States Army, S. II. Biughmun took to Loxingtou strike, is one of the most demagogical pavice O. O. Howard, retired. in a pjlace enr yesterday 18 thorouch-bre- d Make happy homes and joyous hcatts, and instill new life and activity pers we have everseen. It goes for tho Allen Prime, of Louisville, after at yearling horses to sell at tho Tatter-sail- in business. Pullman company, berates the general Something new and attractive every day this week. If law tempting to kill his wife, mother-imanagers' association and coos a little you arc aiming for very low prices on met with better sucand goods, then here arc W. II. Brown, of Rickcastlo, bough1 critically with the employees for declinWk havo it pretty straight that the cess in shooting at himself. that will , of Thomas Nailer 55 acres .of l.uid ner sonic ing to submit to any reduction at all. Miss Carrio Carpenter, of Athens, Crab Orchard and Lancaster piko for Debs' American Railway Union is given chairman of the republican Congressional committee in the 11th, Mr. R. D. O.,.nttempod suicide by ahooting $1,050. some praise and the general use of U. S. The ball struck a pieco of stoolo in F. P. Bishop bought 12 yenrling catmarshals in running trains is pronounce) Hill, of Williamsburg, will havo Editors A. R. Dycho, of the London Echo, and hor corset and Bhe Btill lives. tle, 750 to S50 pouuds, at 2J to 3c. Ho a bad precedent. Tho commission wants A. A. T.naMo nf flirt .nmprapf Pfirnonn There aro now 19.520 money order also bought 25 spring calves nn at nvereu its body perpetuated, eo it recommends a offices in the U. S., an increase, of 10S per o( $10.50. A fine pair of blankets for 75c, worth Si. 25. An extraordinary good permanent Btrike commission, withdu. indicted for criminal libel,lhe alleged cent in four years. The amount uf "Queen's Own" tho greatest Clyde-dalties and powers of investigation and rec- libel being the impugnment of his per pair-o- f blankets for $it worth S1.75. Comforts for 75c and $i, worth issued was $16o,23o,129. 8oni,l honor and ofllcial integrity. The stallion In Canada, died while on ommendation bs to disputes between Mrs. Mary Nelson, of Norwich, tho Don't forget to look at our all wool Dress way to tho horeeshow in New York. nearly double the money. railroads and their employes, similar to editors did not like the way ho worked things for Colson nnd said so in words Conn., whilo dining with a party of Ho bad taken the first pnzd "hen.'ver Goods this week, 25c per yd., worth Inter-StatCommerce cashmere those vested iu the 50c. Misses a bottle of carbolic acid shown. poll to. Wo do not friends, dra-ihose for 15c, worth 25c. Ladies' all wool hose for 20r, worth 35c. A Commission as to rates, &c, nnd that morn forcible than like to seo our editorial frionds get into and died beforo the meal was over. E. P. Woods nnd Forcstns Reld went nower bo civbn to the U. S. courts to John M. Taylor, a blind man of Fort with their and J. B. Fostor's cattle to few more deadly blows that will knock all other stores to obey the decisions of trouble, but it is not our fiht, and if compel railroads dog chooses to eat dog, wohavn't got any- Smith, Ark., plead guilty to making a Chicago Tuesday. Thoy had two, thron tho commission. There is no recommenfalse claim ngainBt tho government by nnd thing to say. four car loads respectively and Mr dation as to forcing employes to obey its which he had received $17,000 in pen Woods' average 1,510 pounds, the heav decisions and it looks decidedly unfair to The faco of the returns allowed that sions. iest cattlo that have left here this Benson. Our men's 53.50, $5 and S7 suits have knockod competition's eye require one Bido to concede everything Judge Toney was elected to tho appelExpress Company The Some Election Echoes. and the other nothing. ,Tho report is in late bench in the Louisville district by out. Our S2.50, 54 and $6 overcoats are tempting specials for those claims to have lost $450,000 in train-roTho republican plurality in Ohio has who know nature of an endorsement of the the slender majority of 25 and he and the expended 1550.000 in driog-in- g bargains when they see them. Remember our Ladies and beries and been ascertained finally to have been Chicago riots and will go far towards John R. Pflanz, to bo sheriff, and W. P. and attempting to bring the robbers 138,809. Children's Cloaks and Capes will be sold cheaper than our competit counteracting the good effect of the bay Johnson, to be clerk of Jefferson county, to justice. It turns out that two democrats nio ors can buy them. We lead the town in onet and balls argument J bat compelled wero uiven certificates of election. Mr. The republicans of Brazil, Ind., in- eu'Ctcd to Congress in Illinois, both by a cessation of them. Boyle will contest the election of Judge stead of jollifying over tho recent elecslender majorities. The secret ballot, which its advocates Toney, on the grounds of illegal yoting tions, gave the money they would havo Tho ofllcial count in the 9th Conclaimed would purify elections nnd ren- and the failure of tho board to consider spent for fireworks aud the like to the gressional district is ps follows: Pugh, Best quality of children's rubbers, 20c. Best quality of Misses and der fraud impossible, has proved a de- rejected ballots. The otbor two demo poor of that city. rep. 19.05S, Hart, dum. 18,3i'0; PughV mafor crats, saved from the wreck, oeetn to bo In a letter to n New York paper jority 002. Ladies' Rubbers 25c. Remember our 90c ladies' shoes can't be lusion and a Bnare; a pit, na it were, Hon. W. L. Wilson says that the result 'the democratic party to fall into. No safely elected, without n dispute t The official count elects a democrat bought elsewhere for Si. 25. Our children's shoes will be sold for half of tho election might have been diflerent such contentions as have been brought t Congress from Chicago by a plurality price. Wc will sell you a good man's shoe foA$i Gov. iJnowN hua seen lit to pardon passed more that cart't be bought on all over the State could have resulted, Frank Rankin, tho former wealthy scales had the Taritl Bill been of 70 votes, making two democratic Conelsewhere for less than 51.50. Our sale this Week will be a banner if the good old way of viva voce voting manufacturer at Louisville, who was prompty by the Senate. gressmen saved from the wreck in IllinTho Big Four directors have decided ois. had been in vogue, and it is n dead moral serviug a life term for the unprovoked one. Bargains are always in season at our store. Wc pride ourselves 'certainty that Lincolu countv would nev- murder of Martin Cody, a painter, in to extend their lines to Louisville by Tho democratic minority in the Mich- on the fact that we can always fix you up better than any one else can paralleling the track of tho Baltimore & igan Legislature er have gone republican, if will no doubt, rie and Wc have some awful 1SS3. A mob camo very near hanging cheap things and you can save many a dollar democrats had been forced to go on re- Rinkinatthe time, but the governor Ohio Southwestern from North Vernon, protest os one man, against tho encroachcord. It is bo easy for a coward to give has doubtless found souio now testimo- Ind., a distance of 55 miles. ments of the inflated republican major- - here. For every 50c spent with us you get Si's worth of goods. While the late Czar's body lay in the iy- his party or an enemy that may be run- ny of an extenuating nature to cause ning in the interest of that party, a stab him to giye.the man his liberty so soon. church at YHtta on the eve of thedepait In New York tho law requires that ure for Moscow soldiers and civiliai s a candidate shall in the, dark of the booths, with his little make oath to the to bid it adieu. They stencil, and that's what's the matter with rlAimiso.v, Reed, McKinley and Mor- crowded around it amount expended in his canvass. Gov. Kentucky. We alwayB opposed that ton aro the republican "Big Four." Tho kiseod ardently the dead hands, faco and Morton spent $19,790 to get his 150,000 system of voting, but it was foisted upon democratic party does not seem to havo hair. majority. Andrew Allison was shot and in- us by the new constitution, together with even a "Big One," since ther avalanche A. URUANSKY & CO., Proprietor There aro enough democrats in tho many other mean things, and will bo very swept down upon us on the Gth. There B'.antly killed in a corridor of tho Court- United States to carry the country by an -'-' T. D. RANEY, Manager. house at Nashville by George K. Whit- - overwhelming majority, and hard to get rid of. Tho constitution was may be a Moses somewhere in tho they will years clerk and master of worth, for six not made in a day by a good many and do it as soon as thoy get the leaders and to lead us through tho wilderness Branch Stores; fait can not bo changed excopt in many and the Red Sea to the promised land, the court. Whitworth then shot and iwufs they want. tally wounded himself. Paris, CarlisIcMt.IStcrling.JiBardstown.Lawrcnceburg, Cynthiana, years. but ho has not yet appeared. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Dunn, who reInquiries prompted by the numer- cently noli! their place nenr McKinney Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. Mns. Cleveland paid no attention to In four States of the hitherto 'solid ous robberies occurring in Kansas and to K L. Tanner, yesterday bought of J. the silly request of the W. 0. T. U. .wo- South, the republicans elected Legisla- the Indian Territory havo unearthed a 11. Banghman the Eaton rla;e, near men to substitute water for wine wlien tures and 30 out of the 120 Congressmen. gang of outlaws having their headquarHon. J. S. OwsleyV, of 100 ncres. for THE II1.UK UliASS HKKI OK she christened the St.: Louis steamship, In the present Congress there are but six ters in Lincoln county, Kan. The re $5,605. but broke a bottle of American wine republicans from the South. After re- cent bank robbery at Salina is credited Tho republican majority in Indiana oyer tho largest steamship entirely built maining Bolid for 20 years, it is singular to this gang. officially stated was nt tho recent election Secretary Carlisle has issued a call by Americans. More than 0,000 tons o' that tho break should como immediately R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, 55.074 by congrepsfonal districts. On already been worked into the after the repeal of the odious force bill. for bids till Nov. 21, for 850,000,000 U. S. steel have the State ticket it whs 47,041). The Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. five per cent, bonds, redeemable in mammoth steamer, which, whencomplo vote for Secretary of Stato was 29 , ted, will exceed in length and tonnage It is said that George W. Scroggan, coin at the pleasure of the government 521, n gain of 7.504 over 1S02. I'll! lot !! from thnWt lrrM r.t Kl.i..,1 both the New York and PnriB, and equal who spent his lifo breeding race horses after 10 years, interest also payable in Henry county democrats will contest Stock. Ihctdcri tecureU from the boat herd In ttvcral different iutti. Correipondcrce Sallcilcd. great. that of tho other and betting on them, arrived at the con- coin. The bonds will bo Issued in do tho election of Shouae, republican, fur liners. Her length over all is 5o4 feet 2 clusion three days beforo his death that nominations of $50 and upwards. .Sheriff. He claims the election by thron inches. A daring bank robbery was commit betting is wrong. There aro a great many Vites, hut the democrats hold that when T things we do in life that take on a differ- tad by three masked men at Sylvan numerous fraudulent votes nre thrown Gen. Cnnno Gordo Williams voted the Grove, Kan., Monday. One of the out- out the democratic enndidatn, YoHg-r- , straight republican ticket at tho late elec- ent hue. when we come face to face with laws as shot in tho back while escapthe terrible monster, death. OFwill have a majority. tion, thereby bringing a blntherskitish ing. When he fell from his horse his ........ l,.. 1'l.n. The 7th wns tho first ConcreftMnnal uueer io i niuura, bi,u. " will cease Bland, the filled his body with bullets, difctrict to officially report nnd it gives - fnjm troubljDg after tbia 8e8gion of Con. comrades uuu.u ims uteu making sure that hn could not testify Owens n plurality of 101 vof-H- . Totil and has chafed under the disposition of gres. He is among the slain in tho re- against them. voto cast: Owens, democrut, 13,677; younger men to lay him on the shelf. A cent buttle of tho ballots. Ho has alThe Chesapeako and Ohio finds that Denny, republican, 13.570; Johnson, pop- As w.c must vacate the rooms in a very short while, our stock must few years nco he attempted to make a ways been n disturbing element in the tho six steamshipi it now owns to cany ulist, 2tl2; Fmnell, prohibitionist, ' be It speech in a State democratic convention democratic party, and there will be few grain nnd other products, principally ct t- - is hjid that Denny has emnlnvtd nt at Louisville and Was treated with the tears shed over his political grave. ton, from Newport News for England, tornejH to contest the seat. utmost disrespect and ridicule. The trou-biare inadequate, and have chartered four Adolph Sutro, who bns just been is the old man has lived too long. The noblest Roman of them nil, Hon. others. The ships can carry 70,000 bush elected Mayor of San Francisco, us a popThurman, celebrated It fleams that there was much met ho Allen G. Monday at his home in his 81st elsof grain, 400 tons of flour and 10,000 ulist, bv n plurality, of 18,000 in n total Our thousands of friends birthday Colum- bales of cotton. in Goodnfght's sickness nnd that unlike vote of 00,000 with fivu opposing candi bus, O. It seems the irony of fate that On the ground that his present wife dttes, projected the' famous tho porcine, ho know when ho had Sutro tuntho old mau should have lived to seo his was about to be confined,, Harry , enough. Montgomery tempted fate once nel in Nevada and ha just completed State and country fall into such ovil who is charged with the murder of tho largest public baths in tho world. too often and the voters smoto him hip To come and get some Grand bargains of Remembrance. his bride, Abbio Oliver, in Union coun- Sntro owns W. Lewis, who suc- times. and thigh. John of all the real es ty, secured a continuance. Lawis Land, tato in his city and couny. ceeds him in Congress from tho 4th dis NEWSY NOTES. implicated in the same tragedy, was put trict, is a eood man, anu we snail ever Jns. Wheeler, republican, and John It is now claimed that Chicago has on trial, but one of the jurors fainted Wood, democrat, both of Vnlporniao, have a warm place in our heart for him. and court adjourned until Ho hslpe 1 to give ua nn excellent lady a population of J2.230,000. Ind., made a u.auur on the election that It is reportod that Senator Lindsay Judge Barr yesterday ordered tho was something out of the ordinary. If of Stanford and thereby for postmaster is to succeed Attorney General Olney. Bide of more than 77,000 acres of mineral downed the clique. , the republicans elected a certain Con- Wm. B. Robinson, a prominent Ma- and timber land, situated iu Kentucky, gr ssman, Wood would take 20 cathartic Polk's best Tomatoes Si. 10 per doz. cans. Granulated sugar 20 son, of Frankfort, dropped dead in that Tennessee and Virginia, belonging to pids, aud if they didn't Wheeler After 30 yeare in Congress, Mr. would of Indiana, is left out in the cold. city. pounds for Si. Green coffee 20c. Pickles 5c dozen.g j Rolled Oats 5c Association, Limited, to take tho dose. Tho republican won the American of Ho has boen a member of that body Alox Harris, of Piqua, O., attempted satisfy the holders of $1,500,000 of the cojrse and Mr. Wood will havo to take a pound. Coal Oil 10b a gallon. Soda (bulk) 5c a pound. longer than any other man living or dead. suicido by puncturing his head with an company's bonds. This is tho same asthe medicine. This and the fact that ho nearly always ice pick. sociation that boomed Middlesboro and Twonty-eigobjected to appropriations are his only n other places around Cumberland Gap. thousand bales of LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. claims to fame. He never objected, howwere destroyed by fire opposite New Grace Mason, daughter of George Heavy trace chains formerly 75c, now 50c per pair. Hunter's and FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ever, to increases of pensions and usually Orleans. Loss $500,000. Mason, fell from a at tho 'semi- Tin Rim Sifters 10c. Prunes 10c a pound. Evaporated pears 10c a voted to turn over the treasury to the The chair warehouse at the Franks Fivo red boarB for sale. J. E. Bruce, nary and hroke an arm Wednesday. pound. Evaporated PeacheS ioca lb. 1,000 Matches for 5c. camp followers and the coffee coolers. fort penitentiary burnod with its con! Stanford. Hunter Frank Blankcnahip brought tents. Loss $75,000, insured for $40,000. These arc not leaders, but a few prices given in a nut shell how He can be spared. Tur'keyB bring 0 cents on foot at in a wild cat Tuesday that he had killed Lota that cost $2,000 wero Bold for Georgetown. on Sinking, lie gave it to Dr. Melcon we sell every thing. Gen. Coxky, having gotten 8,918 Votes $100 tho other day in Winfield, a Kansas George Scroggan, who owned the who will mount it. for Congress in the 18th Ohio district, boom town. great racer, Proctor Knott, is dead. J. H. Carrier had moved into the now aspires to the presidential nominaCorbett's diamond championship R. E. Gaines and Will Matheny sold property formcrlyjbelonging to M,r. MorHe thinks if there tion by the populists. belt, valued at fS.OOO was stolon from about 150 hogs in Cincinnati at 4 G5c. gan. Robt. Partnan has hougiit tho can bo found so many fools in bo small the window of a Divenport, Iowa, drugE. P. Woods has bought iu the last place Mr. Oirrior moved from for $1,000. an nroa that tho conntry is full of them gist. few days several 1,000" pound feeders at A letter from Harlan C. H. to Postand that they nre standing in wait to i E. T. England, a Barbourvillo mer 3c. master Weaver stated thatJudttu liobt. vote for tho biggest ne in all creatiou. chant, has been sued for $5,000 for call cattle perished Boyd is in a bad condition. It further A hundred or mora ing a farmer a thief, a rogue and an im- in a 8evre suoW storm at alporatao, directs that the judge'd until bo forwardShould be considered when ycu go to buy. Every article I sell A wniTKK in the Louisville Commeris postor. ed th ore' for nix days. It is inferred that the best that can be had for the Ind. cial from Lancaster says that Col. W. O. The three trials of Dr. Maesie for the For Rent. 80 acres of grass and stock Uol. Boyd will be better in that time. Bradley did it. We nre satisfied of tho W. It. Hardin & Son havo sold their ability to do most anything po- murder of Jesse Honaker In Owen, re- land near town. Hugh Seargent, Stancolonel's cKPI W stock of groceries to Bishop & Bishop, of litically, but we are sure ho iH not mean sulted in verdicts for lifo. Tho last end- ford. t ed Monday. of Garrard, sold in Manchester, who will take them to that W. F. Henry, enough to have deluged us in this way, 'KXJ SXTWX Emma Zimmerman, of Cincinnati Monday a car load of fat hogs place. Mr. Hardin will continuo his wilh malic aforethought nnd evil. pre. New York City, goes blind and remains at 4c to 1.80. restaurant and willlprobably open up a You invest. The same standard is pense, all by himself. maintiircJ in each department. so for several days whenever she eats Fon Salk, CiiEAr. Sweep horse- general lino of merchpndise later on, democrat was elected to the any kind of pastry. and feed mill. Only one power attached to grist James Johnson, of Gallipolis, f) , is Joseph Williman, Jumbo. Tho average depth of the ocean ia Legislature in Michfgin. Poor fellow, Moberly sold to John John-eo- about three miles. If tho water wore to ought to resign and let the thing be the owner of a mule that went through he Alex w. unanimous. Ho will otherwise have both the Mexican nml nlwil. rcm-- .,.in,..i of Boyle, a small bunch of fatheif-- - evaporato a layer of salt 00 feet thick nwo illliiUULI would be left. receiving a by himself. B.. , such a cold time flocking er3 ami eteera at 2i to 8ic. &NI1-WEEKLY iNTERiORJOUKNAl i vv i. Senator BLACKncn.x will bo out denying another interview soon. The Cincinsays he remarknati Commercial-Qazett- e ed in a conversation about the race in tho Ashland district that Bill Owens ia the d nest political fool ho ever know personally; that his raco was a Beries of mistakes throughout and should have been made on the lofty plane of his own merits instead of Col. Breckinridge's demerits. Any sensible man could havo beaten Denny by 'J.OOO votes. Whether the Senator repudiates tho interview or not, there is a great deal of truth in it. Owens did act tho chump in many thinpa most completely. ar bottle Store's LOW PRICE'S. first-class all-wo- al Major-- General s. n siater-in-lrt- w, her-slf- T HIT THE BULL'S EYE. or-do- rs e, e k OUT OF SIGHT. Wells-Fnrg- o b v" SHOES and RUBBERS LOUISVILLE .- : STORE, STASTFOHD, KIT., bull-rush- Duroc Jersey Red Swine pop-uli- st tesSSSSsSm tranB-Atlant- ic ;! The Farewell Sal -- .". 1 I u. ... .. I B. :e cronsrEs & SOIsT I 55-1- . o Closed Out At Once, 1 Regardless of the COST. Dela-ney- ARE CORDIALLY INVITED i one-tent- h U - ti to-da- y. 'f I FIGURES TALK. Hoi-ma- ht cot-'to- NAILS, 2 POUNDS FOR 5C. i j'" ITTJ Bee-sa- w ?I 'M r l f1 W. H. WEAKEN & CO. It pi k ULt. Wl ilblir m k Four-year-ol- d f n, "-- a DRUGS.BOOKSJ EWELRY; A. gun-sho- t. I FENmr. Druggiat. .- i'j ju ;'" ,.'!MtiuUMM!ia2! XSaeHXiXJtSu!u!ri ;.i4iAut',,iim&mntiKfl y. lLJam' r ta&twai ;.i;uijL.s.-.niSmm- i iwtai ulffo-jj- . i&!K,tLtv lfo;r yf--- , 'i&OiiW lLv&&4fa&mi& 1. Uth&TM,. rtfciWjlMv!MiiSj: - J. 1 sss mtmmmrm Ti ' r Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal I Guns at lowest price at V. I). McRob-ort- Stanford, Ky., -- Elder Kendrick'a meeting at Parka-vill- e Assionki) J. II. Albright & Co.f closed last night with 17 additions. Bull's Comediana will not Appear hero Urodheud miircliiuilH, have HMigued toll A Chinese gentleman by tho namo E. C. Walton, Business Manager noxt week as stated in our Inst loauo. 8. Martin, for ttie beueflt of their credi- of Hop Leo will open a laundry In DanTwocottflgea on Whitley Avenuo for tors. Liabilities and sesets both stated ville next wepok. A customer goes out of our store with goods bought of us it is Oharlea Farris, tho young negro ar rent at SO each per month. Miller fe at $3,000. Ddliciilry of collection is glv-e- n MEANS BUSINESS. ii4 the ciiih of tint failure. rested for steuiing whiskey, etc , plead Helm. Bc$ your school books and school supguilty on four cases of petit lure ny. He Pkkhlkjh in the pulpit and matchless FouSalkoh Hrnt. Itesidenco occupiplies ol all kinds at A. It. l'enny'a. received 00 days in the work house in Watciim, clocks and jewelry repaired ed by H. K. Wenron. Prico ?15, month- on the lecture pUif.iriu, Dr. Madison 0. each caae- -n total of 2 10 days. and warranted. KugrnvinK a speclulty, ly payments. Thon. Hiohards, Stanford. Petera, who appear at Walton's Opera B. G. Fox has bought 000 barrels of A. H. 1'unuy's. ut House x should dra v a full house. com from diHjront Now is yourchaucd to get queens ware, bartjea in thia coun Tint largest stock of Dross, Medicines, Our people do not gtH n nlninco often to ty Perlmnery, I'ainta and Wall Paper Ht glassware, dinner sets, chamber sets and at Sl.oo and $2 delivered. He also A. it. Penny's. Pescriptiona a Hpucia- l- lamps at cost. Call on Farris & Har- lis ten. to such a, in in and they cm not bought W. I). Moore's timothy meadow allbrd to let Hiicti nu opportunity puss for SG00. ty. fc . Farria it Whitloy delivered the Of the Style, Qdality and Price of our goods. What the people of din. " them by. this community want is past week to Weihl for Goldsmiti, 100 "JPERSOHAfPOIHTS. For lioreo blanketB, lap robes, doublo head of export cattle that overaged 1,10!! Cummins V:ns. After numerous Mil. and Miis. J. A. Mono have none or single minuses, puddles, undies, or presumably to uet the benefit lbs., for which they received 5 cents any kind of home good, go to Yeager fc to Hurt county. ofWhu decision in btmilnr cued at Louis- They also sold to Wheihl 80 head of 200 " men. Mhb. J. J. McltniiKitTS is VidttlOK rola Yeagcr, the livery . . . ville, Messrs. J. N. Menefee nnd W. E. lb. hogs at Jc Advocate. lives in MadiBou. Juikjk Caiwon fined Steve Drye $1 for Variion decided yeaterday at 2 o'clock to A dramntizitiou ot Goethe's imraort Mim Haciikl Allison returned to Lex etrikiug and othurwiso interferrlng with give At the right prices. No old stock offered as new goods. We 'realthe certilkMto of election us county nl production, Faust, will be presented at ingtou Wednesday, Belle Grillhi, colored, and yesterday clerk, to James F. Cummins, who wna tho Danvillo Onera Hotum Tlnirnilnv ize this is not the place to work off old stock. Come in and see our Mh. John 8. Huoiikh la in Cincinnati Marshal New laud adorned him with a elected on the faco of the return?, by a night, the 22d, with Mr. John Grilllth in new Capes, Cloaks and Dress Goods. bnyiuK inoto coods, ball and chain, nnd put him to work on majority ofsix over Georn B. Cooper. tho role of Mephisto. Faust has attractDit. ti. 0. PjciiKi.sa, of Ueo Lick, ia with the streets. Judge Varnon wua all tho lime ol the ed more attention thnn any of the Im Dr. J. 0. Carpenter. opinion that tho board bad no right to mortal g Gothe'a magnificent works. Its Thk presa spcaka in highest praiso of Miis. M. B. Loud and little lleeslo count the rejected b.illotn, but Mr. Men- motives aro based Dr. Peters' lecture on "Love, Courtship, upon tho paeaione, to Louisville yesterdny. efee thought ut first they shonlJ be heating them in tho caldron ol iraagina. Miah Katiikuink Uaugiima.s went to Marriage and Divorce." It fs replete with counted. Mr. Cooper bus announced his Dinvilloyestorduy to visit Mra. Moutio wit and humor, sense nnd nonsense, and intention to contest ttie election on the tion, letting them seethe and bubble and boll until they burst nil reatrnint, and la both entertaining nnd instructive, Fox. question of counting t bo j ballots and on find expressions in scenes ol revelry, Sam DunuKKAH had a hone to fall with Hear him at Walton's Opera House toaccount of fraudulent voles cat against and later remorse. It also depicts the him a few dayH aijo, badly mashing one night, 10th. him. Thin will bring the ouestion of deterioration ol n in Plates, A. D. Cups and Saucers, Pin Trays, Candlesticks, Comb noblo chnracler of virof his lvgn. Wr regret exceedingly that in telling whether the ballots returned uiicounUd tue sufforing nt tho hnuda ol vice, nnd and Brush Trays, Puffs and Bon Bons, Pick Holders, Beautiful Vases Si'AHKH and Miaa Uunletta Mits. W. H. were tampered with or not, before u tri- portrnya of the Caledonian meeting, wo inadverthe mighty truth, "that Bin must Hay Jones, of Mt. Vernon, uru at Mrs. in Genuine Dresden, Limoges, Carlsbad, Sax-oni- a, tantly neglected to mention Miss Isabel- bunal competent to investigate it, and bring ita' own punishment." Tho compa- Art Goods and Lamps Kuto Dudderar'fl. Bet it nt rnet one way or tho other. CerVienna, Japanese, French and German. My display o! la Bailey'a violin solo, which waa reny enacting this pictorial sermon, ia K. A. ALiinimiT, of Prodhead, a roo1 tainly n no believes Mr. Cooper would Btrong and well eolected. each artist beof the 1. markably well executed. She haa decidrr democrnt and a faithful patron ed talent in that line nnd hind lea "the be guilty of such u crime nnd we can ing especially adapted lor hia or J,, ww here yesterday. her part, 0-Cjilddlo and the bow" with unusual skill for hardix imitgino anyone mean 'enough to with scenic and electrical effects that Missrs Fannijc Shanks and Dolllo commit it. Mr. Cummins baa steadily are mnrveloua nnd one of her years. spending it few days with complete. Tho pro- Is not and never has been equalled in Stanford. Ybu want presents. grown in the estimation of the people, duction ot thia melodramatic tragedy, Mla Liuda Owaluy at her elegant home Tine inspection train with Gen. ManaI have them. who have observed hia course in tho in the country. ger Metcalfe and his lieutenants, tho su- matter and be has mude friends on all bhould rail lorth n houeo packed to the doora. Prices 50, 7o nnd $1. Seats at Mil J. I. McKinnky, of Montgomery, perintendents of the various dlvlsiona sides. Logan Denny's drug Btore. Ala., waa hero tlio flrnt of the week to phased Wednesday, after going over this boo his mother, Mrs. G. II. McKinney, and the Kentucky Contral divisions. MATRIMOmALMATTERS. Fifteen prominent citizens of Cullwho continue very feeble. There were five sdecial nnd dining enra Only ono out of every thousand man county, Ala , have been arreoted, Miw Mattik Mattinoj.v Ml Tuesday in the train. It will tako it 13 days to go married couples live to celebrate their charged with n cowardly doftblo lynchund stuck a pencil in her lip, causing a over the entire system. ing that occurred several years ago. Wargolden wedding. very ugly sash, which required the serTn k silver tongued orator of tho Sierras, Willie K. Vnnderbilt has setttled V rants have been issued lor about 100 otli. vices of a doctor to sow up. Billio H. Colhnn, na ho is described, does 000,000 ou his wifo in adjusting their era, who are said to compose an organMkosks. Josjtrit IUn.nkii, Mark Lunch ized band ol whitecapa. an, John and Jacob Laker, all of Cincin- not come from cultured Boston nod does differences and ttiey will live apart. Millionaire W.JjH. Albnch, of MilH Zimmer. During not claim to be a an elocutionist; simply nati, tro pleats of NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. their stay they will try their hand n. a child of nature, with a message of waukee, woe married Wednesday to Mrs. beautiful thought, which he tells in an C. I. Graven, for 11 years cashier of the bhootiliK quail. And come again. We arc always waiting to give good bargains to. eloquent manner. He will appear at Palmer House, Chicago. Walton'a Opera House night, Tlio newspaper reporters describe those who are looking for them. CITY AND VIRINITY. 17th. Col. Clay'B rhild wifo ns "exquisitely Wantkd. Eggs; 'M cents per dozon. Of Lincoln County. are hereby beautiful." We suppose thia is ou the Last Call. B. F. Jonen A Son. notified that all lamia and property on general understanding that nil bridea are The New Skb HiKgina it McKinney on cooking which taxes remain unpaid Dec. 1, 1S9-I- , bound to be beautiful. If she ia pretty " though, she haa wanted her sweetness on nnd heatlni; htnven. will be advertised nnd sold for taxes. Mill, None excepted. Six per pent, added to tho desert nir, nnd it ia decidedly n caao Ir you omu McKinney it Hocker call nil taxes after Dec. 1st. The law requires of Beauty and the Beast. Tho old gen. Lancaster, Ky., and settle. They want their money. If you have little money or much money we can serve you. If you me to settle nil busincfa aa slieriir before eral looks more like a lion than n human It now In full operation, and Invites the attention v oj the bulMcri of Lincoln countr to iU material, are in the midst of success we can give you additional for rent In the Intkkioh Jour- January 1, '05. I therefore urge every being. OrricK Mr. Charles Burdett, a good looking superlot wotkmamhlp and low pncti. Note in arrears to settle nt once. J. nal building. Apply to V. P.Walton. young mnn, and Mips Jennie Chesuut, N. Menefoe, HheriU. OUR n pretty young lady,drove over from LanMkat cutters and lard cans, butcher Perfectly clear popliror yellnw pine flooring at Mh. W. B. McKinney sajs wo wero caster Wednesday afternoon, nccompa-nieknives, hog box bottoms, Aa, hi Higgins i pel hundred. At low oi $1 50 per hundred. mistaken in reporting that he claimed by Misa Alice Chesuut rod Mr. l'rfctly clear yellow poplar weather board tip at A McKlnney's. f Co per hundred. Ai low m $1 30 per hundred. that nil tho uncounted ballots in the En- John W. Woods, nnd were mauled at Allpaucrnaand thickness of Ceiling In yellow Or in adversity we can brace you up with low prices in every thing-w,1. William Stkit, an aged and re sport- gine House voting place were for Cooper. the Myers House. It waa not an elope- pine, poplar, cheitnut and aih, a low as f 7$ per handle. Don't pine for what might have been, but come to us for hundred. I'oublo dreMcd lumber ai low as fa per ed darkey, died Wednesday at his homo What he did Fay wna that he only ment. Tho young couple hud heard of hundred. Itaautiful "ellow pine finishing lumber, Low prices and quarter on the Lancaster pike two of tho disputed. ballots the beauties of this Gretna Green nnd ordcit. oak, Ac. Sao money by Riving us your consolation. We have the great panacea of life . . THE LANCASTER. PLANING MILL. good goods, and they are for both republicans and democrats. No mid that nobody thinking them was any Wanttd to test them. x Nkw goods came to our storo efch day. 73 "2 Lancaster, Ky. politics in business. Don't buy Cloaks, t Wraps, Shoes, Boots dr Alter a good deal of difficulty in getcertainly p1ean you. Como nnd doubt about any race except tho judaeV, Wu can ho was only looking out for Given nnd ting some one to marry him to tho little thing in Dry Goods until you see us. Dress Goods, or Soveranco it Son. see uh. paid little attention to tho other inces. girl, Gen. Casfiius M. Clay succeeded in . Dr. Pktkrh obtaining the cervices of n hard up An Endowmeut beetion has been addWalton'a Opern House nud nt 10 o'clock Tutsdny tho uned to Diadem Lodge No. 81, Knights of squire Friday eveuiuc, November 10. natural ulllanco waa consummutnd. Tho Pythias, and most of the Knights have general's children und friends did all in QuKCNSWAiiK, glasswuie, dinner seta joined. W. H. Wearen is president; B their power to prevent the morrlage, but chamber seta nnd lamps at eewt till Dec II. Dnnks, nnd Jetso 1). DEALER IX- Furris Weareu, secretary. Policies amounting the old man waa determined nnd rnn 1. Wo niiibt reduce our stock. some of them off hia premises with u to nearly $50,000 nro held by the mem it Hardin. gun. weather has heen clear and cold, bera. This is u remarkably chenp insurThk Uev. Sauford M. Logan yestorday : with )iigh winds yesterday and Tuesday. ance and if we are to juduo tho future by obtaiued license to murry. This anthe pat wo may aay a very safe plan. "Fair, warmer Friday," is the prediction None but Kuihta in good atunding can nouncement will occasion surprise to hia just received. congregation nnd other friends, until we Dobecome uiHinhera. explain that tho permission ia to unite The young ladies of tlio Presbyterian II. Hiiioiit Fkiiiiill, representing Dep. couples in matrimony bent, who desire his church will give a supper Thanksgiving uty Collector J. M. Carter, returned services. He got knocked out of tho fee store-rooevening, l!2d, in tho vacant marriage, by not morning from n raid in Harlan in the Burdett-ChesnWearen it Co. adjoining W. H. county. He was accompanied by Depu having authority to perform tho cereNuts," Tobacco, Cigars. Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, &c, all go at Cost till that date. Thk Advocate says there will bo four, ty Collectors Burton and Buckner, of mony, but ho is O. K., now and bia ser- Candies, vices are hereby extended to all who po9siblyslx barrooms opened at Junc- Lobanon, Colyer, ol Somerset, and Headquarters for aljriost anything of Harrodsburg, nnd they succeoJ-e- d need them in that line, at tho usual rutes-Htion City. Tho new board of trustees in breaking up two illicit distilleries is opposed to the pernicious habit of will grant license to any responsible parand destroying about 1,200 gillona of cutting. son who applies. you want. When you wantajfirst-clas- s . beer. Tho distilleries were owned by Monu Gas. Another vein of gas waa Messrs. Wilson and Morgan, but neither CHUnCMFFAIRS. meal for 25c, call on him. struck at tho water works, which came ol tho on nera could bo found. The naKov. F. T. M'Iniire will preach ut with such force aa to stop tho boring for tives positively refused to hire tho reveSunday morning My stock of water. Tho company has sent for an ex- nue men horses nud they were compell- tho Methodist church and night. will Vo fully teated. ed to walk from Hngan, Vu., a pert and tho Bupply distanco The third annual It comes out with a roar equal to tho ol 20 miles. Mr. Ferrill brought bock aa .King's Daughters nnd convention of tho Stanford, Ky. Sons ol Kentucky rushing of many watera. souvenirs of hia trip several pieces ol will be held utipweuaboro November 21 LKCTUBK.-- Mr. Billlo It. CollinB will the still he cut up, ouo ol which ho loft nud 22. -- Bov. W. E. Ellia writes Irom Parkdeliver bis lecturo on "Life Is What Wo nt this oillco. Make It," at Walton'a Opera Houbo Call and see me. Jim Tall, our fighting negro, got on n land Jhnt ho waa unable to Becure n Shoes, &c, is now complete Saturday night, 17th. Extracts from it tear the other night nnd Btiot his pistol preacher to fill hia pulpit Sunday, so Bhow it to be a production of unusual ou in Mncksville soyernl times. Marshal Elder J. S. Hocker wilr conduct the merit. Admission CO cents. Got a re- Newland ran to the aceno, but Tall had We have a Large Line oi Tho Kentucky State Sunday-schoserved seat ut W. B. McHoborta' without gone to hia homo and to thnt place Mr. Nowland next wont. Ho found Jnmea Union is getting ready tor enlarged use- Locust Fencing Posts, extra charge. sitting by tho fire with n muakot in hia fulness. Liabilities which over a year Plank Fence, ' Killed. air. John DdNardl, formerly nanda and whpn "Brother" made hia ago were 1,100 are now lesB than $100. Granger Stakes, of this county and fathor of Mr. J. B. mission known Tall pulled tho gun down Tho next State convention wilb be held placo, fell from his wagDdNardl, of this Shingles & Lumber To furnish your house with the latest styles in Furniture. Every ' on him nnd ho verysonsibly backod out. in Lexington. Mary's, Marion county, WedMy prices shall be on near St. Tall thon shut tho door nnd told Mr. Tho Hopkinsville Baptists held their AN ABUNDANT SUPPLY piece new and bought direct from manufacturer. nesday, and fractured bis skull from Newlaud to let htm alone. church they had used In the moan Inst servlcea in the And at Very Low Figures. which he died in n few hours Mr. timo Sam Humber,;nnothor dnrkey, had lor 50 years, last Sunday, and next had recently moved there, but come to tho door KINO Jt PREW1TT, 0 whero Mr. Nowland month they will occupy a handsome Moreland, Ky. had made many friends. ' was nnd waa talking with him. Tall edifice. The new church will bo I mean that you can buy a bill of furniture from me for less money Bufohd. Eld. J. G. Livingston has hoard thorn and fired through the closed dedicated in December by Jtov. N. W. -than any dealer will sell you the same goods for. This proposition is just received nowa from Kansas ol the door, the slugs with which the muakot Wharton, ot Baltimore. eis'ter, Mra. Kittle Buford, was loaded striking Humber in the atom, not only made to Lincoln Co. people but to adjoining counties or 200 death of hia ORCHARD, LAWN, GARDEN. While tho uegroea were celebrating wife ol the lata Thomas Buford, who nch. Tho door stopped tho force ol tho around, get posted and come to headquarters to Fruit and A full at Elizabethtorrn, the mar- Shrubs, stock olFruits, Grape Ornamental Trees, miles distant. Look Vines, Asparagus Small died about b!x months ago. Mra. Buford load or wo might havo had to chronicle their victory insisted that they were firing and every thine usually louud at such an eitab buy. waa a member of tho Christian church tho death ol n darkey. Mr. Nowland loft shal, who Try us on prices. We .do sell inatead of empty cartridges, waa lishment. agents but direct to tho planter.notCatathrough and will be remombored by our older the house and on the next day arrested londed ball missing him and killing logue on application. H.F. HILLKNMEVER, citizens as an excellent woman. Two Tall, whoiwill bo tried before Judgo Car- shot at, the Tom Robertson, The Cash Furnitnre Dealer, Stanford, Ky. Lexington, Ky. 63 a sou of son this morning. children survive her. m Loaded .Shells, kvidnB, hunting Novemiu:r 1G, 1891 nnd vcbU at V. U, McHoberta. Xun?E An exprienc?d nurae desires eiiKiigemontp, cjullueinenta or fevers, willing to go anywhere. B- -a of refercoala ences. Mra. Mary K. Hibb, McKinney. " o. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Glv- - 3 very Time ment. ! A Walking Advertise- Henry Irvlng's Yerslon of Faust to be en There. ... New And Stylish Goods, BlIUVJEiMATOJE 8 1 & BNo IMPORTED CHINA. QLASS BAKKBa the OTiWJJilLEiK Piek Your Hint TO THE CITISEITS Tax-paye- rs Lancaster Planing Democratic Defeat Does Not Effect Us. ... ttx-pay- er S03IE OF 1 PRICES: CAUSE TO REJOICE an' e 1 R Zimmer, -- HUGHES & TATE. t At Cost Till Dee. O ueensware, 1, '94 m ytB-terd- ay ut Fancy Groceries, Foreign and mestic Fruits, Glassware j Lamps, &c, FARRIS & HARDIN. . Wil-Bo- n, o WAUL GOODS. R ZIMMER. Clothings Furnishing Goods, Boots H. J. Attention Farmers! Ber-vice- a. ol mdroberts: AN OPPORTUNITY ! De-Nar- dl ?30-00- Lower Than The Lowest. W. W. WITHERS, Blue Grass Nurseries. -- t '. .. 7 i give Practical llinta For Tlu'lr Care ami Presitcmity and Kight per cent, inter est. Call on J. It. l'AXTON, Attorney, Stanfotd ervation. Ofrloa of Nat uro ns Seen In tiio Cruel Cleanliness is tho first thing to bo oby l'lunt nml the Living Arch. Odiee South SliU Main St., In office My at Tur Published Every Tuesday and Friday location. nc.iville; AT J?fT) "PTATWparty renting line Mrs. Sat vacated by Dr. Leo F. Hultman, Stanford, A Cnnnditiu climber, tho Physinn- - served in tho treatment or tho hair, as I It. will board shampooing creates dandruff. $S IUCR. YJCAR IXADVANOK thus nlbeus, lias received tho unuio of cxcesslvo two or lie E. llailey, Mc Kinney, Ky. (9 Onco in three weeks is quite "crnol plniit" from its ill treatment of -. WWhen not so paid 33.50 will be charged." Ssr.butterflies. It flowers in tho month of enough. Nothing is hotter for washing FO II RENT. I ft: Son, S ts 45oo fteU I'csspssion Jan. 1, than hot water nud castllo soap. Groat August, nml tho buttortHcp, attracted S tt Apply to S I'. Stagg, Stanford, Ky. ..Dealers n. by tho perfume, hover round it in largo caro should bo used in rinsing, or till dry condition loft by soap causes the numbers mid push their trunks into tho hair to break A mixturo which give tho hair n beautiful gjoas is of roft rtiap When necessary. nud petroleum. Call on the timlrrsigncd at Kowland, Lincoln Kv. Much cutting of tho hair enmon early count , Ky , tor terms. We wnt to ntpillnto means so much more than on real estate, loans on flnt mortgage ti"yK. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. "HuyKiBuiui;jiu. i.ur. xm W. B. JON IS. stocVs, bonn and commorclal paper. ARtnt fur J TJONIJS, MOlt. you imagine serious and hair resemble in mio rospwls iv viae tho Missouri Ilrckerago Co., &t. Louis. Mo M N KAHI.V. cj-i Tho coloring mutter ia n fluid Train leave Rowland at 7oo a. m., returning fatal diseases result from1 5 in every Hinglo hir. After cnttinj,', I, trifling ailments neglected. & H. LOCAL TIME CARD. oxamiilcd under n microstcoin), t::o Iif.u I & Don't play with Nature's can easily bo soon to bkotl jrtst tho muiii Mail train going North... .t37 Pm as n brokou vine. This is tho color jjij. my store you win liJ one ol lue finest .........tJjpm " " South..... u greatest gift health. ............... it jlpm Ky. Express train " South...... stock of Mlllintry and KmbroUlery Material erer matter flowing after tho cut Mtai bo ' North..... ;....3t3m " Kyouarefcellni; : Sole proprietors Dean's lllack Dlavund Roof brought 16 Stanford. Ihave paid cash fir my goods como gray generally sooner than wukici, ara ..- -.936 Local Freight North... out of aorts, weak Paint. Kitlmsic. furmsned ter tulntlng Wood, o;p ra South.. n . because of frequent cutting. All wiiuii nnd generally cx- - n aud sell them for cash, so low that you will le Metal and lion Hoofs. Saitsfaelinn Cusrautecd. Tho latter train alto carry passengers forced tn buy tiom me. An examination will con- - All luols paititisl with Dean's lllack Diamond naustctl, Ht.llWUI . becomo gray lirsr in thoir front hair, . nave no appetite ," vince you and you Tha above is calculated en standard time. Solar Paint guaranteed for years Dealers In best citto ml it. which is cut most. Turkish baths nrc an lm is about so minutes fatter. THE CRCKL tern Pumps and Calraniftd Iron t'lltrrs. 67.1m . A. A. McKlNNEV. ' . i corollas to pip tho homy. A pair of bad for tho hair, tho heat cawing it to Ihk t lie most rrlla- - , QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Me strctiKllicnlng , sensitive vegetables pinchers in tho heart break. No ono should ovor tnk't n TurkA Hie I.iitHcs. HOUSE ucuicinc.wnicii is ish bath without wetting tho hair. Going North trains pass Junction City at fol of tho flower grips tho dolicato probosDrown 'a Iron HiWhile-decaof tho teoth cannot be tters. A tew botvestiouie siaris o a. m. ves cis, nud in spito of struggles to got frco lows: g 'Miss Moore will arrivn October lit, with F. U. lilLEY, .Proprietor, tles tibule Limited 3J5 p. m. Local i:to p. m. Florida tho butterfly hangs tht It new and nabby In the way of suspouded until it entirely prevonted, it can bo retard, d. Limited 3:13. . m. virmva tiuiii tiic London, - - - Kentucky., O. Vestibule ,ts t3 p. m. Florida dios. Apparently tho plant has nothing Decay is caused by a paras! to which diin-- N ciy nisi uuac w tKDm't tUin jfjmr Limited 13:15a m Local 11:33 p. m. imbeds itsolf in tho teeth and eats aw.iv to gain" by tho death of tho insect, as it I have moved to my new Holsliaid its better Vestibule arrives S:io p. m ttttk, and it's Please call and examine my steck before buy- pttpartd than ever to accoinmoJaia th public, is not "carnivorous," liko tho Venus It cannot And its way bolow tho snrfaw. pleasant to take. ing MypWce shall bo the lowest. Thanking (iood Livery attached and every convoaienc.il-ilrcflytrap. In fact, if tho butterfly wcro of tho onnmel, howuver. Coijscqtui.tly you lor past lavors. rr.p'CtfuIlT Give me a call, allowed to como and go, it would tend tho preservation of Hwj enainel it the K.VTh IIRAR, Manager. KRANK R1I.KY. 7T greatest consideration. Biting nnd chewto foster tho species by assisting cross Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver fertilization. It appears, however, that ing threads chip Mho enamol on tho Troubles, edges of tho teeth. Nearly all profos tho "cruol plnnt" camo originally from I Constipation, Dad Blood Brazil, wlioro tho butterflies nro nmoh sional sowing women have ragged teeth At the obi stand ol J. if. Green In stronger nnd extricate, their suckers from from this causo. f Malaria, Ncrvoua nllmcnt 4 Missjarboe. r trimmer, is in the cities bur- Do not pick tho teoth. Cigaretto tho trap. Wo may ndd that another ing my Kail and Winter Stock, and I will not m ake Hustonvillo, - - Kontuo Women's complaints. my usual fsll trln, JUth Miss larboeand her pur-Canadian plant, tho Cnicu3 discolor, is smoking, whllo not advised, prevents Get only the Kcnulnc It has crossed red chases will arrive uext week aud you aie cordially lias just received a beautiful 11ns of lines on the wrapper. All others nte subcharged with cruelty. Tho flower has a decay. Running a silk dental floss beinviicu 10 can. stitutes. On lecelnt of two jc. atnmns ue tween tho teeth dislodges particles of gland which secretes a viscous liquid will send et of Ten Beautiful World's Surroys, Phaetons, Bugjjics, Rc. MISS L1CCIE nCAZLEY, Fair lews and book free. St.nfurd, Ky. of liming insects which aro fond food which a brush never reaches. BROWM CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD. Furniture and Stoves. Washing tho month before retiring and of it. Moreover, they seem to bo stupo-fleCall and see bit stock knd get his price which and poisoned by it, and no reason in tho morning with liWriuo diluted JAMES VKAOKR. THOMASYKAOKR ar. lower than anybody., ll you wanla nic set Mfotrfefy can as yet bo assigned for tho deadly with wnter is excellent. Plain orris ami of harness, a whip or a duster. YEAGER CHEfyrAffS precipitated chalk is tho best tooth powconsequence. binder Twin, for sale. der. Salt used occasionally hardens tho A remarkablo treo growth described I UVER7, KED AND TSAIN1KS STABLE, A cream of tarter baking pow- and illustrated, as is tho foregoing, by gums. MYERS HOUSE! Every woman can bo her own mani-curder. Highest of all in leavening Lassen's aiagaziuo exists in an arch boSpecial Hates to Commercial Men. tween a privato park and a publio road 1 All crHltors of tn firm of Mrs n. r. stiirti. with tho small outlay for n prac- Latest United States strength. STANPOItD, E.Y. cinc brt.lnc. ot at Middloboro, Mass. It is formed of tical manicure set, not a fancy and vtso ter & si, notified in preirnl,Clab OicliaH, Kyas, are tereby Government Food Report. threo trunks, which coalesce, and a ' less affair in ivory or silver, but a wood rrtiuircU by law. withm ihrtw pinperly voenIhi. If jou need livery give us a .call. Nothing but IMiit-trsm date, their claims wgati.it jid dim P. W. CREEN, Prop. ROYAL BAKNG:POWDE& CO., fourth has been added for symmetry by en polisher covered with soft chnuioli, signwainiomce,j37 v Mam S to. t'.o nnoVr- lor rates. turnouts will leave our stable. Cee us In our lnHville. a good steel tile, a pair of mamcuro scis- K.y- W. STHUIllKlt. liFli. 1 . -- . ..JVT... AssigLee .Mrs. D G SJsottr .V Sou. sors and a box of powder. Pa..T5 is vul100 Wall Street, Now York. t HARNESS SHOP ft Jdl Oft 30. '94. This stable, which Is run n connection with th 4t gar. Tho nails should nevor bo cut, but You will nd a good assortment of llainos, Myers House, has becu supplied with always Med. Nor should theyliocloaued SulOlfs.Ac. Have your repalricg done by A. S. our man. he undir.tatids his business. We have A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, with auy sharp Etecl "instrument. Tho mechanic in our SURGEON DENTIST. proper thing to o is a boxwood or Buggies, Wagons, BLACKSMITH SHOP. Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the n wood stick. Rubbing tho nails of ruiunicr'sSuppl.e ntt Owsley Building. and Is better than eves 0110 baud on tho palm of the otliir addf Will guarantee work and satisfactory prepaid ' Stanford isupply the public with prices. Ttv rt'jr horse sboer. greatly to the ir beauty. Daily polisliing Agents for llrcntig Mschmes, the lightest draft R1Q3 OP ALL KINDS. makes tho nails transparent nud so maenme onerm. Personal and promptattention givento WedJi ncs that thoy can Ins bent over without Panics and Burials. breaking. A nailbrush is indispensable P. W. GREKN, both because of its okanliucsa aud of AI llURNS,.Manager. Proprietor The thumb Ii at -- nfalllnj Index tho fact that it acts as a stimulant to of eliniacter. Tlte SiiuaroTyin' lW CIIEEN. Tropnetoi. tho circulation. Vory littlo cutting a tnlig w"' gnat energy and tlrinneM. l'Io.jy allied l tun should bo done to tho nails and then : : : Kontucky. btuttiiUti-- Tje. the llmnibof thiwo only to remove tho dead flush. Many or Jaweil iilru and buiine hsS&c6. r' peoplo in dryiug tho hands push back nhllliy. Ihitli of i stjpes btbiji!; 15--tI am still running this to tho busy man or wumin; a J Sheitcst and quickest between Hotel and tho cuticlo with a towel. This is abso- will continue tc give my gurstsihe pjhttst attenl)oti.rt' l'amlly M sua sloe wrong nnd produces a thick,. I lutely e4'cUllir fo mcli p.r.i! a tion as well as tho best the nwrktt affords, A LIVIXO AKC1I. ' whnle volume nf new tho owner of tho park, but whothcr tho swollen ridge which is very unsightly. in a small rtuce. t lnt tha pecial Attention to tho Travel Tho most refined lonuth to wear tho Only Direct Line between k rconl of ilie winik trunks aro independent trees or havo a tnonth may bi rvud In baif nit ing Public. sprung from ono root has not been as-- 1 nnii irt i"5 to tl10 cl1 ?f tho finger, and Frnnkfort, Qoorffotown and Pnrlu, ictir. Tiio Conical 1'rpc li.i)catt'a Onrllslo, Mnyavillo, Oynthlnuu, rill item mi. cull u re. nnd a lovn of When you want a certainod. Such a curio from tho hand not, pointed, out aimonu snnpci. upon turnout come to tat pot try, uml f.ctl m. A Pulmouth and Ooviunton. of nature is certainly more interesting tho littlo finger tho nail should bo longer wlii thorwith ttil type of thumb ,.For a JLTVJERY STABLE. oughly enjoy Hie litrrary attractions than tho others to givo n look of pviu than an artificial entrance. sx ror ticaeis vis rventucky Trains of Deuioresl's Mi psaliie. lite run by Central Standard 'lime. Ksfre3hingi:Bath,."Hot or Cold, Another curious treo growth reported mctry to tho hnud and a uniform length Tytv indlcntrs a line of Trices to suit the bard time. Caller leave oidsr to each fingvr. nine labUjonc sr,iS.j4. brantyaiid art, which si ill find rare at th Myers House OOice consists of two beeches, ovor n foot in pleasure In tho inagulflcrnt oiUplct-nr- e A stylijh Hair Trimjor Ciean Shave, go to I i'ua Ouvia Booth e. No. 1. TRAINS EAST. No. j. No. 7. diameter and 20 feet apart, joined liko of tr.J4 xat inchc, reprosum. p.m. P. Tfl. duced from the original painting by Cook & Parmer's ;Barber Shop. tho Siamese twins by a nearly horizonLeave Franklort A 4 10 700 NATIONAL BANK ' !ummit... 100 t lA)licpri5, the taiMt ceicbrat.d of , Tommy Nut. ...706 10 4 tal branch, which appears to havo grown llrltig which will Klknorn.... A. G. Lanhii , ....7 is 3 OF STANFORD. KY. c given to cvrry subscriber to Joan 11. Castleman. Torairy Xut, in your Jacket browu, ". out of ono trunk aud united itsolf with bwitrer IS 7 4S Dcmorctt's Magazine for lbOS. Tha 140 Why do you in tho hielairy trfo?" .Stamping Ground. 718 tho other in such a way that it is im4 SCO cost of thl superb work of art was Stock-Surplu- s "Oh, I'm waiting for bravo Jack Froit, yon uuvau a 10 4 44 7J4 $330.00: and the reproduction Capital possible to toll from which 'treo it uson..... s so 4 SO cannot bo dlstlngulsbed from tha 7o 'O II coritetown sprang. This bond is 12 feet from tho IIo will como very soon to cut rno down." 4 57 7 4 original. Iiealdea tbls, an exquisite 33 2I.3O0 . .7 je l. a. Depot 3 0J joo oil or picture is pubr o lished in each numltr of the Muga. Attention or the public is invited to th fai ground, and near its middlo a smaller 'O Tommy, Newton.,.......,. SoS now toll, ia It nir up Hhto SO 30 16 limb springs almost vertically downCeiitrvville... 3 Is 7.inc. and tho article are 10 proTo swititc in tho nun nnd the xoft strrUrht!" that this is the only National ilank in Stanford 1 m Eluabeth. .. fusely and puprrbly Illustrated that Under the provisions of the National Hank Act 3 43 33 ward toward tho ground. "The truth i I'm fat, nnd my jacket' tight. Arrive Pans 3 35 SCO C.....8 30 the Magacine Is, in reality, a depositors are secured not only by th Semi-Week- ly it HAIR, TEETH ASd NAILS. Interior Journri SCIENCE AND PROGRESS. '$1,500 WANTED. hrst-cla- 6 OB 8 PAGES. In Poor tt Urt,? e iE-j- j. DR. W. B. Dentist. f BMY store-hous- rt'-nU- I 1 Jr. K.ai;8w: J. B. HIGGINS, Stanford, $0$ p Health $500,000.00 4 to Loaxi All Kinds of Coal3 ' - su-ntu- "l. . ' ' To Tlio liadios Tin Sheet Iron Works, I ... Stanford, .a Brown's JncSSil: cure-ben- efit Hlue-Ura- ss Blue-Gras- s Iron Bitters Treat For THE RILEY wm-M evtry-thin- m . f f It Cures d. TO THE SADIES D. S. CARPENTJSR, n ca-pab- lo d Pure & YEACEtt, ITOTICaS o LIVERS ST&BI.X n s first-cla- PRICE. r smsSsSixvJ BOsIe-- '111 M,. Url-dle- s, u-- or-nn- first-clas- s FIRST-CLAS- S flex-ibl- o Tho Myers House, n Stanford, -- x$mm Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati anclFraulcfort 11 pre-jn.r- ci iiK-x- .. con-di-ti- I uonl'-wor- first-cla- Miit-lc- , Ar-tU- tic ro-e- s. liowrr-palntrr- FIRST 1 "O-ho- ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL,. MANAGERS, (KX- -, S200.000 water-colo- B Insurance I Company A Typewriter For IJookln-cpTs- , ii BARBEE& CASTLEMAN Goraoierce Building, Louiavillo Agoots throughout the South. 7. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agant, STANFORD, KY. I San Francisco. Portland Since tho introduction of tvnewritimr ITinMlltinQ nnrt fbnlr npwintnnnn ! lir business world it has been tho aim of jutuuiurs tu jiruiincu typewriter en- pablo of uso on books of record and on insurnnco policies aud other largo documents of varying sizes. According to tho Nov York Sun, this is now accomplished in a machine which will re- ceivo a book of any required width or thickness, will writo o lino long or short and is so devised that tho distanco lines may bo scaled to suit tho amount of spaco at hand. A noticeablo A World's Fair Record. f,.t CHICAGO f nr. Tlin .. .. ,(ft.. ,..;, ni to ft, ,,. -- VIA- Z&fJLrrTI:TilVUHaJAii--az-iLt'X-- HilOOISVlUI ,. HlAlBANTS CHICAtO RH.(Q-T vrry instance, nud tiio substitution of a red, purplo or green ribbon aro accomplished with both case and celerity. Where several copies of a manuscript are desired thoro is nu arraugeineut'by which tho last copy of a dozen or 15 comes out as plain as tho first Au Indestructible l.-un- t..t, r .. .io-- .i rnmnvnl nf n libiol- - rllitmii .UH.W..,k w U...W ..UW.., -- it,v, fi...... i fn-- r VJ capital of art works of the highest slock, but by the stockholders liability lor aa order. The PhllnnphIcT7Pu is tho amount eijual to the stock, so that depositors cl "My Jolly bro-pbrothers thrroon the jjronml thumb of the thinker and Inventor this institution are secured by a fund of 400,000 Havo tluir .iioki-tnl:ubel in the ncwi,ht of Ulcus, who will be deeply InterFive sworn statements of thncondition of the bank i style, ested In thwo developed monthly are lasdeeschyearto the United States governIn Dcmonst'a Magazine, In eicry ment and Its assets at examined at stated times But Jcok koepH mo waiting the lorjewt , one of Its numerous department, by government agents, thns securing additions while. -wh'ch eoer the entire artistic and ana perfect safety to depositors. I shall bunt tonight If hadoosn't como round! y vlri.tlflc ileld. (brcnlcllng every established as tni This institution, j fu.t. fu.vc), ami fad ot the day. Deposit Hank of Stanford in sljS, then "Then goodby o you, dear old hickory treo! n ' l simply a ierfect tied as the National Bank ol Stanford in 1S65 and YThuro Hticki-the dew, AnUt )' is i) ywwakt. aiI w Urngngo again as the First National Hank ol '! t.'m-enun nnd rain. e uf thf Mmutilles. SUnlord in 1S81, has had practically an uninterH.i.. in y,w It will rupted existenceof s years. Ills better supplied WhoroI'vc bwung In tho wind's wild hurt 'y xXViil ftm will imto now with tacilities for transacting business prompt r u..--iim 1h iii.e, AiMiea ly and liberally than ever before in its long anc Till I'm giddy and fat at n nut can Isc!" PnMi-heV. . honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidu- ; Good HorjM'kowtiiftg. v n j!.. nir-t- . 4 York. ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic-te. .1 '.rti n yii.ii iin J Till! laiiltM .J'"' Tba Directory of this Bank is composed Ol V.lilrs of tho Wheel. t r d..MSV(,i "iiur- - i. Keid, l v.f 1.1 th.ve Teachers say that fear of falling is tho fivli hi, Tih- - f PorestusHarris, I. ilicoln county; S. T. I.lncsln; 1;: rwi'.tf prevents a poreoii frciti only thing that " ''' i"'1! (V A. Lackey, Lincoln; j ".-- ' ' n '"' 1 t learning to rido the wheel in ono or two mt ii'1'. il !,., J. W.Uaydon. Stanford; tin titr - Sli.I'M r u! itj'.u ' . . JeSS0US. llttt 11 S.H. Ilaughman, Lincoln,-J- . l..iai His''fn)M er (j vuuu in.iuiiuu, uiu iiri 01 miiug a ut- - tr S . Hocker. Stanford ; j ,,o- t ae.iiil iiuwi'b ir "W. A.Trlbblc.-SUnfard- j . cycio is never iorgotien, uutaiioriourorn Iih a c iy iiMi.,aMl ". - -- 3 M. D. Elmore, Stanford; TtiVMi h t flvo weeks' absteiition from riding ono T' " ; ' I'1.! I 1U1R In t'. 1, . T. P. Hill, StanfordHP" ,. p. , j.vvm i xni l iuy Mcurriig ia uub us Hiuatiy us v if t. u lltera)) rant of iu K L. Tanner, McKinney; it ought to bo for the first milo or so, ' v:"'t M.J. Miller. Alt. Vernon- Bays Golden Days. I think I've bad plenty of nun and nir. i s Hrt-fol- io il f. ii oni-inall- I'o but ), It f 1 11 f " !,,'" ' f'' !. ,i TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 3 No. is a hi. P m. a. ra 440 6 05 i.vc aris ....u 1000 4S Arr Klllth. ...... .io 10 3 Arr Ccnirevlile.......io 14 6 19 . .10 at Arr Newtown 3 40 67 ArrC, S. I)eiut -- 93s 600 Arr Georgetown II 10 37 65 600 11 47 Arr Johnson . . Arr lluvall 8 to 6 1 ts y ArrStamp'g Ground 11 00 7 03 830 Arr Switzer.. S jc il 10 7 13 Arr Klkhetn u 17 90s Arrriuiuinlt 11 jj 9 U Arr Fiankfurt...A....ti 30 7 Si 9S 1 ' '. !, 11 - -- it N. C. and L, S. C connects with K. C. SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Franklort o 00 a. m Georerlown 10 00 a. m. Lve GtorRetown to 37; arrive Fraukloit 11 30 p. in. , Tho Kentucky Midtsud Radwayand connecform the sbortiut and cheapest route to all tions points South, Kast, Vorth and West. Kor further lufurmation apply to thoir agents. C. D. IIERCAYV. Gen Pass. Agent. GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Supt A-A5 A counectt with L. II cotmeels with Q. f f" 1 1 J.S lfocV'ir, President; Johu.J, 'McKubcrts, Cashier; A. A. McKinrmV. Assistant CssMor, " NOFtFOLJC AND PTJLLMA.W3A.ITD Wick. PABLOR CARS. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE. RUNNING - DINING w rue; . - CARS. to Denver, K. H BACON, D. P. A.. F. J REED, G. P. A. Chicago, 111 laouisville, Ky. St. P.aul. ..IF YOU AKE GOING., 3TOHTH WEST, ....THE OR This wick, made entirely of qlay, is rendered capillar in a unique Kvay by incorporating with tho clay, while it is in a plastor state, filaments of vegetable fibor, which aro burned out in tho process of baking. The burning out of tho vegetable fiber leaves capillary tubus miming longitudinally through tho wick, through which tho oil from tho lamp will bo raised to tho by capillary attraction. Owing to tho perfect combustion of tho wick tho fiamo is perfectly whito in character, devoid of odor and smokeless. It is olaimed that nn indestructible wick is thus provided which possesses all the advantageous qualities of an ordinary cotton or fiber wick, and, in addition, lasts au indefinite time without reuownl or necessity of trimming or aire. uu-Fpu- n fla-n- e DRUG STORE! Farmers RanMTrnst WESTERN BHiLROilD. TICKETS Window Glass, Putty, JTMBTOS o AM) MDOMSB. o -Co -- Call for- - OK STANFORD, KY., - Is now fullj'Organiscd and ready for business wits p Paid-u- Capitaljof . Surplus, S200.000 20 000. ALL POINTS: SOLD TO And Paints, SP" Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. "Ba v ' W. B. McROBERTS, Opp. Court House The Light of tiio Sun. Tho light of tho sun, according to Mr. Nashvillc R. R. LoutaviLLC Tcsla, is tho result of vibrations in miles of uther, which soparato lathe line for you, as its us from tho center of this sqlar system. "It is difficult for me," ho said, "to givo you an idea that yon will readily Make close connections at ab0Qt "lis question of vibration. And OINOINNiYT ' In ordinary lifo our minds do not deal For all point. through TICKETS SOLD. THROUOH with the figures that como up in such BAGGAGE CHECKED imostigations. but tako a C and nut aft cf For any information enquireAgent, er it 11 zeroes, then you wills havo tho JOE S.ItlCE. Stanford, Ky number of vibrations which ocur in Or . Agent, VY. A. McQUOWN, tho ether overy second, and which pro- .. "j-- s jum.uw dace light" -- . . H.(URuTOY,-A SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the samt assets and undei the same management. By provisions of Its chatter, depositors are at fully protected as am depositors in National Hanks, its shareholders being held individually liaolc to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to tbs amount invested In such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as ' sn individual. To those who entrusted their bulslncss to us while mnaginsx the Lincoln National Hank of Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and Wuit they will continue to transact their business with us, offering at a guarantee fcr prompt attta-tioto same, our twenty years' experience li banking andas liberal accommodations as are enn .. tistent with sound banking. n OHIO, IMP.AHft, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, TEXAS, 'BE WEST, NORTH-WEST, - S0UTB-WE- S1 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST DtRXCTORi: t. - ROUtFtOTHE Double Daily Trains l'P immmrm M v wvs 7 . J J Williams, Mt. Vernon; 11, Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S J, Embry, Stanford; ' NORTH AND EAST. "JLlMAN VESTIBULED COACHES. SLEEPING AHD DINING CARt SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE J. 11. J, Owsley, Stanford; F. Cash, Stanford; Is Keceiving His -- : YGRFOLKWESTERN RAILROAf CHEAPC8T, BEST AD QUICKEST LINE. Writo for Hntcs, Maps, DcscripUs ttnpUlcts, to any Slntioti Agvtit, or to w. o. DCVILL, ALLtN HULt, M. r. BRAQO, ya'trsv.rJlit. Dlv. r.Mayrr At. Tmtll.S Ylt. lf lOLlll 1118,0. HUlMat,ri. Tltnc-Tablcs, FALL - -:- - AND WINTER iX ... GOODS call. ' S.H Trar.-Pass- Goods' Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me i. pW William Cooch, Stanford; K A. W. H. Cummins, I'reachortvill Shanks, President. Dr. J. B. Owsley, Cashier, W.M. Bright, Teller. rgS . V Tfi-- , , ' ' K1 "Tf'"" 11.1,0.1.. MsiAiweSw'SH t -