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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892070101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. , p.- , n- - T 1 W ' 9V " o "Hi'syi. ' Semi-Weeklvol. xx. LONDON, y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JULY 1. 1892. NO. 36 LAUREL COUNTY. WhoophiK coiikIi ha ftmone; the children In Henry T. broken out nolh-borhood, Do-We- Hrowu, Sr., Is happy over thondventof n fine boy nt his house lost Monday. --The Iindon mixed nlno Hay they are noin to play the Interior JournnU at Stanford July 4th. at Loudon ban been The otllco of the 3d class and Judjre nmdo an Weaver'o nalary Increased from f 1,000 to SI, 100 a year. Marriage license Imh been Wsued since June lUth to the following parties: James Holt and Margaret CBtoll, Juinen M. Martin and Mary l'arkey, Thos. J. Jackson and Pallie Spitzer. The citizens of the whole town and country join In heartfelt nyinpHthy for oyer Mr. and Mrs. McCalla FitrKi-ralloss of their Infant girl, which occurthe red Tuemlay evening, lluriiil Wednesday nt the. McKce buryinv ground. Mrs. Ida . Harman g.no a social and Ice cream supper at Mrs. Caroline Thompson's, Tuesday night, in honor of her cousin, Mint Grace Thompson, of Chicago, III. A large number of the young folkH enjoyed themselves In a quiet mid social way. Tom Hodge li tlnishlng the rock and walk in front of the will have It completed this week. This in the work thnt Mr. Oukst contracted to do, and after having nn additional allowance from the court of claims above his original contract, llnally abandoned the job. On the opposite tide of the street W. B. Catching iH having a brick-wallaid nutl do vou learn that London still improves, Col. Andy Itlce, of Garrard, Ih hero on a pleasure trip. C. N. Scovllle is back from a lengthy trip in the south subletting mail routes and looks very much worse for wear. Mrs. Ma It. and Mies Grnce Thompson left Wodnehday for Dripping Spring to BjR'iid a week. Mr. John K. White and wife and little Mamie Pitman, of Manchester, are visiting the family of W. C. Pitman. Mr. and Mrs. J. . Kberleln, Mies Molllo Jackson, of California, Mits Halllo Hird, of Lexington, MIm Lou of Florida, and Misses Kittie and Annie Jackson accompanied by MoMrs. Joe McKee, W. 11. Neil, John II. Jack-HoW. II. Carrier and Moies Parsley left last Mouday for a fishing trip to Mr. Parsley reCumberland Itlvur. turned Tuesday bringing Mr. Nell, who had been thrown out of tho wagon, dislocating one wrist and severely graining thu other. He is unable to use his hands yet. post-olllc- o court-house k Hai-ma- n Mc-K- ee, n, ATTEND The Great Lincoln County Stock Fair r-r- TYrki JLi'VJKXM r Ml FAXX. ryr c J; AT STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Tuesday and Wednesday, JIM 12 & 13 ,MT J' THE FIRST OF THE SEASON, THE BEST OF THE SEASON. A splendid show of Stock, Delightful Music by Saxton's Military Band and a first-clas- s exhibition in every particular. See premium list below. G. M. GIVENS, Pros. E. C. WALTON, See. W. M. BRIGHT, Treasurer. J. T. EMBRY, Assistant Secretary, u FIKST J- - 21. ID-AS- T. 4- - 5. 6. 7. S. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. There is a tlno new Geortro Helm's. There will be n picnic at Clement's Store, on Cuuey's Creek, on Saturday, July I'd. The dwelling house of Hayden Wil- boy at Judge 9. Best Marc Mule Colt Sio oo " Horse Mule Colt io oo " Mule any agc....l 15 00 " Marc and mulcc olt 10 OO Special premium by J. S. Owsley, Jr. Best jack under year old 10 00 special premium by Marry S. Wood, with the Standard Drug Co., Cincinnati, O. 10 00 Best Jack I year old and under 2 H. special premium J. Henry Hankla, with F. Phillips, wholesale whiskies, tobaccos, cigars, Danville, Ky. Post jack 2 years old and over 1000 special premium by J no. N. Hastings, with John J. Perkins, Wholesale Grocers, Cincinnati, 0. Host jennet under 2 years old 10 00 special premium by the Buckeye Machine Co., J. D. Truett, General Man'g'r, Crow & Co., agents, J. O. Shields, Trav. Agent. Best jennet 2 years old and over io 00 1 Best fancy turnout, driven by lady and gen tleman Special premium by A. B. Robertson & Bro., Danville, Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, etc. Ladies' and Childrens' Fine Shoes. HORSES FOR HARNESS 36. 20 00 37. PURPOSES. stallion or gelding 2 years and under 3.. 12 50 Special premium by Embry, Dunn & Fox, the Main-stree- t Liverymen, Danville. 20 00 23. Best stallion 3 years old and under 4 & Wiseman Special premium by The Welsh Co., Danville, Dry Goods, Ladies' and Misses' Fine Shoes, and Carpets. ' 24. Best stallion 4 years old and over 25 00 Special premium by Kinnaird & Farra, Insurance Agents, Lancaster, Ky. 25. Best double team, speed, style and durabili ty considered, regardless of sex, color or ownership 40 00 S25 t,o first and Si 5 to second. 22. Best ROADSTER RING. 2(3. 3S. 39. 40. Best marc or gelding any age, style and du-- . 75 HOKSES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES. rability considered S50 to first and $25 to second. 00 41. If liams, who lived 'J miles below here, burned Thursday evening. Kvorything was lost except oco feather bud. The loss is heavy upon hint. The time of the veteran mail carrier, VMiipe, will expire on Tiiuraday. His successor was to have been Jesse Brown, deceased, but at this time it is uncurtain who will 1111 out the contract. His sureties Calvin Jewries and John 11. Brown, will make temporary arrangements for the present time. The venerable old baehelor, George Frye, of Hustonville, who has been with us all the Miminer, will leave us in a few days. There will be an aching void in the hearts of all the llttlo boja when ho leaves, as he was their defender and champion, and thu old maids-- hut wo will not make any further remarks in that lino in he is somewhat touchous on that subject. 1). Reppert, nn old resident, all the way from Washington, 1). C, gave the town n Hying visit on Tuesday, and shook hands with his old friends. Ho has been traveling for the last throe r of mail contracts. months as a Q. O. Godbey went County Attorney Miss Bettio Burke," to Yosemito of Danville, has been on a visit at ColGeo. onel Adams' for several days. Stone has just returned irom Frankfort on professional business. M. K. Humphrey, who Injured his leg some, months 8go in athletic exercises and bus never fully recovered, hns gone to Indianapolis, Ind., for treatment. Dr. 0. L. Hor-ri- n is now receiving lumber to make some tasteful improvements on his residence. Harry Rains, for some time liviug below, was in town Sunday. He m Hnnii return here. Kdgar Wilkin son and wife, from Junction City, were on a visit to her brother, D. G. Portman, onSuuday. Meridy Loo has returned from Mitchellsburg. Joo Russell, 'with Bamberger, Bloom & Co., Louisville, Is now in town. sub-letteto-da- Pest colt cither sex Special Premium by I. M. Bruce, Proprietor Main Street Livery and Peed Stable. 1. Best stallion, mare or gelding I year old and under 2 Special premium by McKinney Bros., Grocers and Dealers in Hardware. 12. Best marc 2 years old and under 3 Special premium by B. K. & W. II . Wear-en- , Dealers in Groceries, Hardware, etc. 13. Best mare 3 years old and under 4 Special premium by P. W. Green, proprieMyers House Fine tor of the Livery and splendid Bar attached. Best mare 4 years old and over 14. Special premium by William Moreland, dealer in Cattle, Hogs and Sheep. Stock bought and sold on commission. 10. 1 well-Kno- wn 10 00 HORSES 42. FOR SADDLE PURPOSES. 15 10 00 12 50 15 00 2000 years old and under 3, Special premium by Sandidge & Rcid, Dan ville, Livery, Sale & Feed Stable, Fourth street, near Main. Best stallion 3 years 4 Special premium by M. F. Elkin, tho Main street Meat Merchant. Fresh meats always on hand. Best stallion 4 years old and over 29. Special premium by Sine & Menefce, Dealers in Rough and Dressed Lumber. - Best stallion 2 00 Best yearling either sex, with one standard cross. Season to Belmont Chief 8689 special premium by J. P. Crow, proprietor Lincoln Stock Farm, McKinney,' Ky. Pacers and trotters. Best either sex, by standard-brehose. Season to Sumac, by Sultan, dam Geo. Wilkes Special premium by C. L. Crow, sup't Lincoln Stock Farm and trainer of trotters and pacers. Best boy rider Suit by C. D. Portweed, the Clothier and Furnisher, Danville, $5, and S5 added by the Association ; Best combined stallion any age S3 5 to first and Si 5 to second, special premium by Rabenstein & Harris, Live stock Commission Merchants, Union Stock Yards, Cincinnati, 0. Best rockaway mare or gelding, to be driven to rockaway special premium by W. P. Walton, proprietor of the Interior Journal First-clas- s printing done on short notice. Best Lady Rider special premium by Emmet McCormack, Dealer in Live Stock, Mt. Salem, Ky. Best combined mare or gelding, any age S25 to first and Si 5 to second, special premium by Joe S. Wright, the Tombstone man, Junction City. Fine workmen always readv to wait on the pubd 5000 50 00 , 10 00 50 00 20 00 10 00 ;' 40 00 lic. FANCV SADDLE RING.' 25-0- 43 20 00 Best stallion or gelding 0 and-unde- r 25 00 44. SWEEPSTAKES. 30. Best stallion any age $25 to first and Si 45- - HORSES I'OR SADDLE PURPOSES. 15. Best 16. 17. 18. 19. Thornton was hanged at Ft. Smith, Ark., for the murder of his daughter at Krebs, I. T. The State Executive Committee of Republican Lcaugue met and de tho fied to hold the League's State oou Mention at Lexington, Aug. 10. John 13 20. 10 00 colt cither sex Special premium by C. E. Cox, with M. II. Lauchhcimcr& Son, M'frs of Clothing, Baltimore, Md. Best stallion, mare or gelding 1 year old and .' under 2 1250 Special premium by Higgins & McRoberts, dealers in Clothing, Boots, Shoes, &c. They are the Gents' Furnishers. Best mare 2 years old and under 3 15 00 Special premium by Joseph Coffey, proprietor of the Coffey House. A splendid place to stop while attending the Fair. 20 00 Best mare 3 years old and under 4 In Building and Loan stock Special premium by C. N. Estcs, representing the Southern Mutual Buildingjand Loan Association. W. A. Tribble, Agent, Stanford. Best mare 4 years old and over 25 00 by E. Bremer, bottler of Special premium the celebrated John Brenner Brewing Co.'s Beer, and M. A. Zimmcr, of Lexington, agent for the Jung Beer. Best phaeton pony, 4j4 hands and under 1000 Special premium by B. H. Danks, the Artistic Jeweler and Engraver. 1 to second. Special premium by A. Tribble, proprietor Gilcher House, Danville. Thoroughly refitted and refurnished. Formerly of the Tribble House, Junction City, and the Cumberland Hotel, Middlesborough. 5 4000 46. HORSES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES. 3 31. Best gelding 2 years and under 12 50 47. Special premium by Dr. A. S. Price, the Dentist, and Tim Murphy, the Danville Ca rriage- - m ake r. 32. Best gelding 3 years and under 4 15 00 48. Special premium by Thomas Dalton, proprietor of the Carpenter House Rates Si per day. Best gelding 4 years old and over 33. Special premium By F. Curran& Co., Louisville, dealers in Fine Wines Whiskies and Brandies. Best yearling thoroughbred of either sex, 34. bred in Lincoln county Special premium by J. J. Thompson, the Artistic Barber. Best thoroughbred suckling colt, either sex, 35bred in Lincoln county Special premium by the Stanford & Lan; caster Turnpike. special premium by G. S. Sandifer & Bro., Danville, the expert horse shoers, and I. G. Adler, Danville, dealer in Horse Cloth- ing, Boots, &c. Best mare and colt Special premium by W. J. Davis, Danville, Men's Outfitter, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Boots, Hats, etc. Best walking stallion, mare or gelding special premium by J. P. Thorrell, proprietor of the Clemens House, Danville, and the Central Kentucky Carriage Co., Dan- ville, Makers and Repairers of Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, &c. Best model stallion, marc or gelding, to be shown by halter special premium by T. B. Walker, proprietor of Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Lancaster. Best pair of matched mares or geldings S20 to first and S 10 to second, special premium by George D. Wearen, dealer in Wagons, Buggies, Harvesting Machines and Fixtures. Best New York saddle stallion, Mare or geld- ing special premium by Myers' Livery Stable, . first-clas- v " 15 do M 15 00 ;V ,' VJ:. . 1500 30 00 ' 25 00 2ooo 10 00 Lancaster, Ky. Splendidly supplied with s horses and buggies "20 00 49. Best fancy saddle mare by J. P. Ripy & Co., special premium sour-mas- h Lawrenceburg, dealers in Hand-madAnderson County Whiskies. e SWEEPSTAKE 10 ROADSTERS. - H, 00 50. Best stallion, mare or gelding style, speed and durability considered 150 100 to first, S3 5 to second and Si 5 to third. CO it1 hM tfcJU - . A A 'fftwt wm 'iiu,w''tfvi'wiiiiwiiii'wpwia rsn'mjliinf "TF'' -- V i h " Chicago, who wns after a collection of in-- l sects, nml ran him terrn miles lieforo they discovered thulr error. The boys needn't' make anv mistakes in future Clinch val BEING AN ACCOUNT OF THE DEATH ley Is n beautiful spot, hut It Is not for us. OF ISABEL. We don't propose to put onr valuable neck In a nooe. Asmnyorof this town wo nro when they como I too much for the cowboy While She Held with Indifferent Eyo V loaded for b'ar. biiouiu we visit Hindi the Dnlly I'niicr Her Young Heart alloy they would bo too much for us. Wo Was All Awnko with Yearning, but, are satisfied to stay right here. We kuow a good thing when we see It. Alnt! Ho Whi Not for Her. ONLY A HrMOlt week, while this Copyright, 16W, by Charles U. l.cwls.1 paper was temporarily left in charge of tho She sat on the piazxnof her father's man-io- n horse editor, he inserted an item to tho Just nt sunot with n newspaper in her effect that we had gone over to I'lircnix to hand. She thought it would look more capture a L'AOOO widow. Wo beg to ancareless when Livingstone came up the nounce that our horse editor was wrong. graveled walk more as If she didn't The $."0,000 widow turned out to be n plain care n continental cocked hat whether he everyday widow, with less than $100 came or not. And yet she did cure. Sho had learned to love the artist with his dark hair and eyes of Al lampblack hue, LOVE'S YOUNG DREAM I and that evening she was determined to know her fate. The lower half of the United States sun had dropped behind Snovef's hill when she lowered her eyes to the paper and read I cure fits. When 1 ny I cure I do not mean merely to stop them for a time and then lmo theiu return again. 1 menu a radical cure. A step on tho gravel! Her heart gave a Jump as she raised her eyes. It was not Livingstone, with hi ardent smile nnd natont leather shoes, lint the hired man starting for town to buy mackerel for breakfast. She on- -t a glance about her, eyes sought the paper and then her dot-like :J? , rzzSr ' fl. - fcwV. v Will r ii -- f j I Nothing han cmt beon produced to equal or TomparoHiiu u ns u curative ana iteming application. It has lieen ued over forty years nnd always afford roliof and always give Sh! She hears the creaking of tho front gate, and he assumes that indolent which sin? know s matches tlie color well .Meanwhile the sun of her hair has quit work for the day. It was not Livingstone after all, but a neighlior's boy, who had come to inquire if they wanted S any cats killed off or grass cut. Why does a plain F.vnr.rt).r widow. he linger to delay)' he stares into the purple west Tor u rioment like one dream- hidden away in nn old teapot on the top ing and then rwrN n.,iti. shelf of the pantry. We had no proposi- Jlon'rf iinlnuiidurtHl !.Irts. three, ply linen tion to make Wc are straight business. IiOHim, reiiffirv(id made and nlculy The drop from &W.000 to SSStf.r.O was a little llnlslm!: prW , for: obis. too much for us. Shu is net a chrin lightning render. She Not the Man. Our horse editor, who is Ihih Ik'uu Ave minutes oil the paragraph an impetuous young journalist from the old familiar-stewhen the falls on her published item during our ears nnd I.Mngrtnne stiuiils before her. east, week whichanseverely reflected absence on tho last Shu lookn up with a witiome smile, but it social standing of our esteemed fellow is' not returned. UN face is clouded, and townsman, Captain John Tarbell. The there is a ntwi pimple on his nose. item stated that he had skipped town to "Isab.-I!If K gins in a low voice. on nn old warrant She does not pmk Siiu thinks it letter avoid being arrested charging killing man Pennto appear totally indifferent to his presence sylvania. him with editora can't in remem-- i Our horse lor about seren minutes. Therefore, while ber from whom he got his fncts. Ho is a ' his heart is breaking she turns tho paper very energetic young man, nnd meets so over and reads: many people in the course of the day that j Heart ttbeiuo is by far the most frequent he can't always stop to remember which death, which in three out of esttiu of this or that item of news. fy r cact Is uonusfectwl. The symptoms nro one relatedbeg to humbly announce that a Wo now tint geourally un ierstood. Tliese are a hubit of lying on the rleht bide, short breath, pain great injustice was done tho gallant cap- or (111 roe In side, back or shoulder. Irregular tain. He never killed n man in Pennsylpnle. aethtnu. weak and hungry spoils, swel- vania, and instead of jumping the town he ling of ankles or dropsy, oppression, dry cough was playing poker in tho Red Stifr saloon nnd smothering. when the paper was issued. He was all The sovon minutes now having expired ready to come to the office and shoot our "fhe looks up and nods for him to ring two horse editor when friends advised him to tells nnd go ahead. await our return. We nre very sorry that "Isabel, I do not wish to tako up your such an error should have crept into our valuable time," he says in a soft, melodious columns. The captain bit a man's nose oil voice, "hut I have n confession to make." nt Prescott three years ago, and he killed some sort of Indian or other over on tho Little Colorado liver last fall, but ho was never In Pennsylvania in his life. We hope this apology will bo accepted in the spirit, tendered nnd place him right before the public. We nre trying to give a sort of Twentieth century llavnr to our paper by employing acain: ' j j t. Though slightly mixed, ho wns so thoroughly in earnest tlmt he snid exiwct yo' to take keer of yo'rself. Dat "K'gnd!" scrcrnl times durimr his dismewl will no doubt die on de deacon's course, and when Mr. I licks said hands, an while lie will be Meven dollars "E'lrad!" he meant It. After consilium-bl- e outer pocket, lie will hev gained twenty- discussion, It wns decided that while two dollar?.' wort of axporleuce. Let 'i1 ' hi wife spoat the Fourth in tho city now attack de tvg'lar biancss of de with her sister he would hie him to tho meetln." slutdy fastness of Slmglwrk county nnd pcavofully llsli the day uwny. I'nsv Mutlicmutlc. Tho journey thither, 'hioh began nt An Ice wagon serves 55 customers In the course of n dny. Each family should 7 n. in., vti6 an entirely .tnevontful one, receive 15 pounds of ice, but owing to the except for a slight eruption resultant nearsightedness of the driver the average upon his coiupllanco with the request of weight is only 10. How much does tho n tall, (rnunt woman that he hold her wagon gain in one day, and why is it that baby while she procured a cup ot tun at the nearsighted collector never takes a the luuch counter at Catamount .1 uncthree cent piece for a dime? Mr. Hicks reads tho newspapers. If one man witli a lawn mower can arouse tion. And when he saw SS people from sleep at (5 o'clock in tho He also think. morning, how many could T men with lawn from the ear window tho tall, gaunt mowera arouse ir tliey tried their level woman rush out of the door at the opposite side of the luuch room and just best? It takes a district messenger boy 35 min-- , tnanai?c to swing on to "the tail end of utes to travel I'd yards while on business the train whieh had stood for tho company, but only 4 when on his on tho other track, ho realized how lie way home. What Is bis speed per hour in been duped. each case? What h the jior cent, compared Tho sight of a blushiug, to chain lightniug? . man jumping about like a tcad on a A has the sum of $12 In his pocket, when IJ gives him ii pointer on the races by hot skillet and holding wrong end up a which he can win l."5)$ times his cnpiul. baby which Ming war songs in th What did the um total amount to, and Si wash language moved Hicks' fellow why was it A had to borrow a uickel passengers to indulge in 16ml anil ... s. They also re- In 4,.,t I.,...,,. .Mil rcs6unt IIUIIIV tv 13y adding 'J quarts and gill of water to minocd him in one voice that the game his stock, a milkman brings the. total ' was older than the bilks and that sck-I- n amount up to . quarts and 2 gills, and ori were plentiful that year. frenzy, anwnuji mi: wiie.1 ui jus iiiiuesiors mat it is the pure quill. How much milk did ho have in the first place? A nnd IJ buy a lottery ticket, costing $5. in partnership. A contributes S2.W) and ' 11 ....... mII... ,..j 0 1A i i.uui4imnr-ill llic s.iv. T.. wu .1... UCKCb vfc T r uraws svju.oco, wiiut snare will each oo Al , rr--5vtake? Needn't lie iu any hurry to work this out. 1.. A fnnner has.1 miles to drive. He figures that while he is driving mile his hired man ought W ho 3 rowu of corn across a 7 acre lot. He gets ho.ue to llud tbt only 7 rows have been hoed in all. What whs the ' average per mile, and how long was the tint! man roosting on the fonc? some of de wheels cticks yo w!d n plugged coin yo' nm ex-- 1 pected to pass it off on n street kyar con- ductor. De tax assessor expects to' to pre-varicatc. Do gas man llggers dat yo will turn on all de burners If dc meter gits outer order. If yo' fail in biznessyo'r creditors nm prepared to admire do lectio scheme by which yo' Wat em. We nm all mark; arter dot honest up to doan' give odds on nobody. "Deacon Simmons 'pears to feel It mo' bekase he an Drudder Heliee belong to do same club, an be reckons delr orter bo a fraternal feelln. So deir c.rter, but all fraternal feelln nielt.s away when jo' swap watches or trade mewls. I am a deacon in nehureh.but do yo' reckon I'd lend one of de odder deacons two dollars widout I had security fur live dollars? I'zo bin llbln right 'longsideof a preacher fur nigh onto ten y'ars, but would swap watches wid lint onless I looked to see if hohadn'ttakun out low-wate- r 1 HICKS' A QUIET FOURTH. J Ilowllnu Siiccri In One Way, and Vet u Dltmnl ritllure. THIS IS THE LAST WEEK M Y Ld&ftk VLV " :vs, . $nk W- STl L - rrr T thrusting DEAR," said IshamO. Hicks, 'it j ,J 'L, We desire to make popular obser- - more than merit their confidence and patronage of the1 this ths most memorable week of all the 25 and shall offer some ration nation's natal dny by letting off loud noises, Chinese crackj his chest, "tho arc more than pleasOf out ed. our first six months business, awith which wc and hope in future to We thank our friends with grateful heart r 'J1La-- . ' f7, iy-- v ers, hoarse ora tory and other pyro - In hideous technics Is a rol- - ie j CHOICE BARGAINS Mid-Summ- lc of ism borbnr- - sale of this week will every department. Our Great White Hoods. Laces. H.imlkfirliicfV 1'nns. Parasols and all the thin fabrics in stock. We arc overstocked in Neglige Shirts and ... 1 up ton sartiu pint, Arter dat all As 1 said befo', bo lion-us- t men MUST Them for the I;all trade. vu M01TE Our Spring nnd Summer Clothing must move at any SACRIFICE. Our Summer Shoes must also go. N.ixt month we must begin to buy for the Fairirndc nnd we desire to see a little ahead. Now is the time to make money tell. Come and see us this week. J. S. HUGHES. GO TO- - , j west-boun- d wild-eye- d A. A. Warren's "Model Grocery" I ' ' i tat . ! horse-laugh- OK- - T 1 i i li.. I i 1 ' , I t An American I'alile. THK I.AWTKI: i i ' ; - felHr ' I I f !. r Will youiuc lady wearing cray mackintosh, who got ou the horse ear at Vuti ISuren street, uuil got off at Franklin street about II p. tu. esterUay, nnd who uotlceu Rciitlenuin sitting rOiiioslte, please send her mUlrcsb? I'llUIIENCE. "I LOVED TOU UXTIL I SAW YOUIt MOTIIF.H." Thump! thump! thump! goes licr maidenly heart, and she turns away that ho may not see the glad light in her lilac eyes. "My confession is this," he goes on n.s he keeps his eyes on a swallow flitting nbout in the evening sky, "I loved you until I saw your mother. Then all my love went out to her. We hnvo agreed to elope together this night. I have come to ask you to bo a food girl and stay home and keep house for your ioor father while wo are gene. Console him all you can. Tell him it was inevitable. Ho a comfort to him, and don't forget tlmt 3 o'clock in tho afternoon is Ids hour for taking root beer. Farewell, Isabel! Later on I tuny give your mother the shake and return for you, but until then ta! tn!" And as he went forth Into the gloaming Bhe sat there a bpeechless statue. She had the paper on her lap, and her downcast eyes seemed to be nerusinir the lines: j f sny they seemed to read. As a matter of fact they did not see the words. They could not. Tho cruel blow had killed her deader than a door nail and the funeral, cost the old man ........ ...iu ""-- -, ..4i in that cheap town. THE ARIZONA ii KICKER. The Cdltor Corrects .tin 4Hnn ft .. contemporary in flames, while the alleged utiiiur inereui was uaiicing around on uie sidewalk and acting like n crazy man. The lurid tongues were lighting up the heavens for miles around, and the demon of destruction wns about to be let loose on the town, when we found n pall of water and dnslicd iu nnd squelched tho serpent tongues forever. Investigation proved that the alleged editor of the so called weekly started tho conflagration by upsetting a lighted candle on his straw bed. The damage was next dny estimated by nn insurance agent at only $1 17, but it was nevertheless a disastrous fire and a heavy loss for a plant worth only about four dollars, all told. But for our prompt presence and reckless disregard of danger our esteemed would today be a beggar. Ills paper will probably come out next week as usual, though there Is not tho slightest reason on earth why it should. Wo have been severely criticised for putting out the Are, aud wo feel tlmt we owe the people hereabout an abject apology. Sold Again. Sunday morning last some of the Clinch valley cowboys heard that we wero over that way on a visit to Colonel Brill, and about twenty of them laid for jnrtiirHt from us. They got eight of Friday night ut about 11 o'clock we were aroused ' from our slumbers by the fenrf til cry of "Fire!" uttered by a rolce which evidently belonged to a baldheaded, bowkgged, cantankerous old critter. On reaching! Disastrous Coxtlaghatios. mil Kct'ifi Up Ills Kml. Wrong Statement tl(. C.f.0,- 'A .lltflll.nHAil ' i Hickfi was about to cast th young When the Ijiwyer his Client on thu Verdict ho found him ' Apollyon out of the window and ilv downcast and full of Woe. after him when tho train began tu back "What, art Thou not full of Rejoicing and the conductor appeared with a telethat Thou hast been Pronounced an Inno- Ami then all and arrested eastern journalists who happen along, but cent and Honest .Man!" exclaimed the' gram pamengers fellhim. upon Hick, figurthe wo confess to being somewhat discouraged. Lawyer. lacheel him with They don't exactly grasp the western situa"Alns, no!" replied the client, "I have atively speaking, nnd tion with both hands. There is n certain been Acquitted, it Is True, but it will take cloven tongues Aral when they reached the junction chic to this climate only to be understood the Value of the Stolen Horse to Recom pounced upon by a journalist who has been shot at about neiiMj you. Why didn't I Steal the Matf three deputy sheriff a dozen times. to him while was about it. and thus come ' Kicks and would have (eaten his brains nut hnd not tho tall, gaunt woman got BROTHER GARDNER ON HONESTY. out ahead of the game?" .Moral It is hard for an Honest Mnn to ahead of them nnd scratched a map of At- Tho Wo rlil tins Ni Cue Tor a Strictly know just what Is best to do In this Do- KaniU'hntkn on his eountenan c. Ami M. QUAD. celtful World. Honest 3Inii. men stood ready with rope, and "My frens," said Drother Gardner after the mob cried aloud that he be No Pool. the regular meeting of the Limekiln club; lynched for kidnaping. Hut the depuA north country Scotch had dislo-- l nan uecn uuiy opened, "Deacon bimmons. got their pay cated his leg. and wns taken by his mother ties saved hia life andby beating him in of dis club, was ober to my house last all full in satisfaction night. He cum ober to complain to me to a "bone setter" in whom she had groat the way t the jail, where he lay all was duly examined, and It Waydown Uebee, also of dis club, had faith. The dat night because the magisdun got do best of him on a trade. Brud-de- r was found necessary to haul It very severely day and all gono to to Onderdonkril! tn order, as tho bono hotter said, "to get trate had hud traded him a mewl fur a ' 3 shotgun, a banjo, a dawg' nn a dream the bone In." The lad was liberal with hh make a Fourth of July speech. screams while this was going on, but event-- 1 And Hicks was interviewed by re book. Dat mewl 'peared to bo full o' AT while de trade was gwine on prnncin unlly thu bone was "got in," and the ua porters and Insulted by the rabble and tient was told that he would bo nil right in swindled out of his supper by a tramp, around wid bis head way up in de air an Ills heels flyin out at ebeything but del a few days, who snored all night like a lost soul "Didn't Davie do the thing welD" said nnd picked Hicks' pocket as they were deacon had sknssly toted him home when he sorter collapsed an fell down, an do last tho joyous mother. upon "Aye, he did, niither," answered tho lad; being taken before the magistrate report was to do effect dat his hours war' "but I wisna sic a fuie as tae gi'e him ma ' the morrow. numbered. ' And the magistrate, being a Nige of "I want to tako advantage of dis occa-- sair leg." remarkable width botweon th; eye, Bhun to say a few words to yo' on de sub-- , She Ileliewi! Illm. discharged Hicks with a solemn warnjict of honesty. A good many y'ars ago Frederick What's the mattnh, CholIyJ ' ing, and lliclcs rode home in a box ear, dar was a strictly houest man. He begun Von look bothered. life wid a detormiuashuu to do de aquar' ' a sadder and wiser man liecamu of Ids Cholly I am, mo boy twoubled. Ton P. Mokoax. thing under nil circumstances. He had n quiet Fourth. "Ovah what!-cash capital of $T,000 an lots o' faith in Coolers, (iuarantrcil. "Why, don't you know? I have just human natur'. Ho planted watcrmillyons been chatting to Miss DeTrop for an houah She I want to get something to and didn't hire nobody to watch de patch. or so, feeling deyvlish blue, don't ye know. amuse my little boy with on the Fourth. Ho kept chickens nn didn't hev no lock on ye know, I a Clerk Yes, madam. What do you dedoali. He lent money an didn't ax fur Just nwftah youlittle silence,thoughts know me nre pistol? no 1. O. U. lie signed bonds nn notes nn said, 'Don't very painful, Miss DelropI" She looked think of this pretty little toy It it. .lt.1.. ..., I... r e.t,l. !. She (anxiously) Am I perfectly safe Inewi he took de owner's word for It; if he up and said, 'I have always found them in getting it? f o.' And now, by Jove, what did she mean Kni,i nn lin rniiufMf.ntirinsltr nMntitl nut i! Clerk Perfectjy so, madam. It' will ringboues an spavins nn owned up dat de by that now?" Chicago News Record. Mason, Lightning nnd Wire Top kill only the boy. Life., beast was gwine on twenty y'ars ole. My Mow Ho Clot Out of It. dear frens, how long do yo' reckon dat Not Vet Iteily to (Jult. They were having a little conjugal arguman lasted? In jest nine y'ars he was in "I suppose," said tho doctor, as ho fondness of women for cosde porehouse, an ho neber done got out ment nbout the metics, when he thought to clinch the carefully bound up tho stump of Samt nirin. It nn pvnprlinpnt. All il arm, "that you will not of de kentry was watchin him to seo how arguiien by exclaiming, "Angels never my's amputated paint." "Perha ps not," she calmly re shoot off toy cannons on tho next dc experiment would pan out. It was a Porcelain and Umss Preserving Ketties; Refrigerators, Water Coolers, plied, "but all the same, you never saw an Fourth?" dead failure an a solemn wurniii. have angel that wasn't painted." And tho only "Why not?" replied Sammy. "I White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Paper and Fly Traps. way ho could get out of it was by declar- one arm left yet." Jury. & ing thnt sho was tin angel, which comWire Cloth Spring Hinges and Corner Irons. Grind Stones, Scythe A Klml Hoy. pelled her to admit that he had seen nt heard thnt you Fnngle Freddy, least one uupainted angel. New York Stones, Grass and Weed Hooks, Uladcs nnd Snaths. Tribune. tiad a naek of crackers to a dog's tall and touched it off. Full line of Cakes, Candies and Fruits. Prices to suit the times. Too Koon. Freddy Yes, sir. No one was paying Rosamond Oh, dear! What a wretched memory I have! There's lhy dentist's ap- any attention to the poor dog, aud I pointment this afternoon, nnd I've just re- wanted him to enjoy tho Fourth, too. , A Man who had Ihc:i Arretted for Steal- ing a Horse engaged n celebrated lawyer to Defend him, and when the Cnm; came l, to '1 rial he was promptly Acquitted. as wits afterwanl Ascertained, Seven of the Jurymen were in Tears when tliey ITiintil. left the Courtroom, anil thev rst Hallnr. motis for "N'ot fiuiltr" nn n ANIi THE noHSB THIEF. hit w&G&samfr w 'ijgJjm-dr- & A JIODKST UKQCKST. .IT ilMM mm m ijSpring & Summer iiz-xHi FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING WAX, &C. M.(URUPLEY,-- s H'U-.u4L-3Tr9 1 :jV tr Pi rsn !; 11 tm . , 1& ?! -. t JTT N.V'- 1 1&$:1 Vf'l IWrf-- Is Receiving His M. "" "- VI 1, T Goods Gie me call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. tl. came to Congratulate FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, i J j 1 1 Tops, Rubbers, Sealing Wax, Tin Cans and Preserving Kettles -' j ly FARR IS & HARPISTS. j h--g , Iit-he- ! 83EASSWNABM! (KOOBS biz-nes- .s j ; I 1 Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Traces, Collars, Pads, JJaines, Leonard Refrigerators, While Mountain Freezers, Water , j Etc. j A Now Is the Time to Buy I Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, ri-s- j Tin Cans, Sealing Wax '7 I MoISIITlTE"Z" i BROS. IV !. --0- J A MEWL FULL O' IllZKEPS. 'I say to yo'," continued tho old mnn, as he looked down upon the score of bald- heads on tho front seats, "dat do world has no use fur a strictly honest man. If yo' nm in de possoflls doan' steal no letters. If yo' am iu a bank donn1 steal no money. Doan' beat yo'r landlord nor butcher nor grocer. Doan' rob a blind mnn nor cheat au orphan. Aido from dat yo am expected to take car of Xo. on. If yo'r mewl hn3 got spavlus trade him off in the night. If somebody Gertrude Well, I don't see but whnt IH!i liny. An you've thought of it in time. "Tommy," said Mrs. Glim, "you Rosamond That's just It; I didn't wnnfc to remember It till tomorrow. Harvard should not shoot your flrocraokerrt In the house." Lampoon. "lut I want you to enjoy them too, Singular Overnight. mamma," replied the thoughtful boy. Rivers They say Old Gulper has made J my. an assignment. Hoy I'lillotcipliy. Banks Yes. And ho forgot to record the deed to the property he made over to "Thorc, I told you, Johnnie, that you his wife last mouth, livery thing will have would bura yourself with thoso fireto go. For a man of his experience it was crackers." an awful bad break. Chicago Tribune. "I elon't care, ma. It was tho last oncl" Puck. The Acme of Itllm. OmtnoiM. Cholly My bwother Is iu luck. He's got a place as floor wulkah in a dry goods "How do you intend to observe tho store. Ho is there sixteen hours a day. Fourth?" asked Van Cleof of his wife. Awther I cawn't see the luck. "I intend to observe it by declaring; Wliv l,f Tinwnlit Plwlli Independence," replied Mrs. Van can nevah bag at the knees. New York j "lecf. Puclc Weekly. J Un-t- f membered it! Judge Do You Need I a Wagon ? 3&L nstBK3rr&W& CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S And examine the Studebaker. Car-loa- d V, nw-n'- just received. L- - ts- - ,.,..- - Nk'-yi!o'- i . the SMALL BOY'S FOURTH. b r THE DAWN OF LIBERTY. Unfurl tho llafri through nit tho laml lUntf nil tho belta of jubilee. To inher In tho K'orioiw l.y Thai saw tho daw n of liberty Tint lwn ro Iodb obsswretl by night That nt n word burnt bond anil bar, tlirevr And on tho pining cloud-racTho rudlunro of tho morulni; utar. Lot where upon a rocliy lnrp, Ourcxllwl irflfirim father kneeled Ilcforo u navngn wlldcrnoM, Ilrblnd Atlantic' billowed field; linui u r, sn iiilfiHtl ln-- re "I cn readily dlsprnso with your pity nml I eiiiplmtlealiy tleny that tho Amor-lean- s arc superior. One serious blunder In tho war of tho revolution alono prevented the IlritUh from conqxiorfnp; tho r Give him two dollars; Nolo how ho collars Them with a flourish; What hope ho'U nourish Of fun on tho Fourth of July. How ho will "crowd er." Mako 'or bo louder, If virtue's In powder; What fancies In fireworks he'll bujl All pence ho's a foe of; Ills cannon will go o3, A thumb or two blow off Perhaps It may take In on rye. So give him the money, And let htm be funny, And hope that the Fourth ho'll enjoy. With gratitude ill him. There's nothing will kill him; He's the only American boy. Golden Days. rsrr rw- rKi wwxr li- 3L The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Chronic Dis- ' ease Specialist in the State. i misornlilo rebels. Itibtondof polng on his foolish expedition to 1'ennsylvnnla Sir William Howe should have remained In Now York. Then at the proper time ho could and should have pone up tho : tho Ihirgoyne Ilnd this disastrous battle of plan, the one tlcslral by tho Hritlsh ministry, been carriwl out. a fatal wedgo would have separated the colonies into two parto, and tho people of fiin-Mo- f Tii "'"" with tho """- - j"v before i , i . TUB DAWN rt or A I.IBr.UTT. Viewed, ColnrobU, our moUter. came, 1'rom eottrt of klners, tho tyrant's bur. And roareU the Mera lanrtdoor' and o'er, hrr stately tumpta tkor. or tljls Mcrotl tnMt, Tin otin to Krom traitor' wikM or fot'gusn'ii latioft. Tor richer Mmb ear mines ui uoUt, prowt tetieriuuiea. I tills, Thm fliNff (Hir kwnnont to tho wind, ltlrw oil tso Im'IU f JoWle, Te tuber In ibe itay That mw the Mrth ef liberty. Kii.nbmt McGirrET. crd 0r New Kngland on tho one hand and the peoplo of the middle or southern states on tho other hand would surJy havo been sulxlued." "As well might you argue that if Washington had not crossed the Delaware and captured tho IlewdnnH at Tronton, the jmtriots would hnro so dlseouragwl by tho tremendous odd agalnat them that they would havo given u) the light and submitted to tho o; yofco of tho tyrannical llritlsh. your method of reiwonin'r is falhiclous. flio futo of n nation Is deeldeil not by any one eireumstanee but by the com blned result of many eircuntstanees. There is a large element of ehaneo that works for good or ill in any crlttls, I admit, hut I think that every Intolligeut and unprejudiced student of history must acknowledge that In our suucebful wars with Great lirltaln ehaneo was not the enntiMlllng Our mtrlotlain fotindo'l on right and our superior ability were the chief runvons whj' we were victorious. We woro Ute younger and, seemingly, the wenlter nation, and yet we conquered twice. Kspeelally glorious were our naval victories. In the revolutionary war John Paul Jones In the Hanger, a vutftel of but IS guns, forsoine tliue was a turmr to the whole coast of Scotland 1e-co- ; Inllu-ene- o. rrkii " & . A MODERN TOflY. flWi tAs-.jlor-de- rs f' J rjh 't, . . I 1 fc How Sho Bocnmo Convincod tho Error of Hor Viows. LONG s- ' ored llres were T"' 'HnfVS bunting, being tho forerunners of n ittimmm i pyrotechnic dls-play on tho evening of tho Fourth of July. In various partA pv ' f j of the park sot pieces had been "rr is eviijexti.y roit MK TO 00." J, 3 1 made ready for f.in i lighting and in and a part of that of England; and in ViJbyS the center was tho WAr of 112 the splendid victories of a largo wagon Commodore l'erry on Lake Erie and of Commodore McDonough on Lake Cham-plai- n llllcd with rockdemonstrated our supremacy on ets anil Homau the water. candles. No "I will merely add that your referi . torsons were allowed In the park except Uie members ence to Hurgoyue remind me that my of tho committee "hoaen to set oil tho ancestor. Col. Henry Uazelton, aerved fireworks. Thesurroundingstreets were under (t'ti. Schuyler and afterward ao-- I filled with eager ami the quitted himaelf with honor on the Held unimutAnd doorntonos of the houses of Snmloga. I am proud ct his reeonl In the vicinity ore occupied by favored and I rejoice that tho IiUhkI of mj patri-- t otic an American Hows in my veins." acquaintances of the property owners. While young Hazclton was talking, Seated In one corner of a piazza, the cay earshot of other, a youth Edith could scarcely restrain her Indig and n maiden were engagtd In earnest nation, and as soon as he hail finished, conversation. Thelrchceka were flushed, hor trembling voice gave sarcastic ut- their eye f!nhed. Hoth lover were tornneo to thee word; "You havo condemned ynitrnelf. What and the quarrel in progyou have said shows that like the rest of ress was almost fierce In iUcluuT.eter. i:xriti:s-uvi:"I despise the vulgar Yankees." said tlio Americans you aro full of vain glory. As for me, I am proud of tho fact that Edith Culpepper "'1 icy are a nation of was a braggart. They think they are smarter my TOYS FIREWORKS. jnsNpleon the face of the tory, a loyal suujeet ot King tieorjfc than any other and that he suffered much in the cnuse. earth, and they never lose an opportunity to dtUto on their superiority Their His life was more than once threatened noisy Fourth of July celebrations, of by the relels, and he lost his valuable With his family ho In estate in Virginia. which we have a tftimplu which cannon, fish irns and sputtering flod to England nnd there I his descend y-am the llrst ants have since resided. m. h? vsf? fireworks make a hit ous racket, strikono of the name who has ever crossed THeJSfVfl .MwsV! jf ingly Illustrate tho vainglorious and . W "I .V - jiv' .e vt fJVM w L - ..te VNr tho ocoau since he loft tho rebellious vawes-y.Bsshallow oharactor of tho typleal Ameri- colonies. I am really disgusted with can." the country and hopo soon to return lo -- M ) II "I know you are angry at mo in par- London. Nothing could Induce me to i ticular and at all Americans In gen- remain hero permanently and to marry eral," said IMilllp Unzelton; "but tho an American." -z 'Sfi ra? if U circumstances nro so greatly In my fa- "It is evidently time for mo to go,"; fec3i ' "You and I said Uuzeltou, coldly. V'I I X v S have been good friends, but wo can bo I such no longer. I shall not wait to receive any more hints. Tills is probably Storekeeper And how wero tho fireour hist conversation, so I will say good-b- crackers I sold to you the other day, sir? forever." Gent Hang up! Judge "Good-bj",- " sho exclaimed, with freezing dignity. A (".rent Success. Ho Unzelton quickly departed. Customer Those crackers you sold pushed into tho crowd and made hit me the other day were tho best 1 ever way to tho edge of the park. The dis- saw. play was at Its height. I'in wheels were Clerk They worked all right, did whirling forth, circles of sparks, flower they? pots wero tossing upward brilliant Customer You bet they did. My boy bombs, Homan candles were emitting fired off ten packs this morning at four balls nnd occasionally a o'clock, and not one of them made a dazzling whistling rocket arose nnd bursting In sound. Life. midair let fall a shower of differently A New Kxpcrlence. colored stars. It was a beautiful sight, Gen. N'everfltc You young rascal, his present mood our hero could but in not enjoy it. Ho went homo and spent what makes you throw those firea sleepless night on lilo couch. Did ho crackers right under my nose? Little Johnnie Case I'd heard dad caro for tho fair tory, after oil? A few days later Hazelton went to say you'd never smolt powder. Judge. IIESPISE THE VULOA1I YANKEES." nnbther city to engage In business and Olieylnjr Order. vor In this discussion that I can nfford did not return to visit his parents un"What do you mean by dropping you. . til tho da3' before tho next Fourth of to bo magnanimous nnd to pity " Tho faot that you know tho Americans July. On tho evening of tho Fourth he crackers out of the window on passers-by?is what vexes you." aro superior strolled to tho little park to witness a "Why, didn't you tell mo It was a keen homo thrust and Miss display of fireworks similar to tho ono them off in the house?" Puck.not to fire Culncjmcr winced. Stubborn prejudice, which has been described. Ho aj- - city park tho of a small col- H't ripitoy-wus-ty- s 1 .' fi( JL rjp - Bfisa r, ,77 rfi f&t rrrf spldster.' i proaehed tho "house, Uiul of an IntiAMERICA FIRST. mate friend, whore tho memorable quarrel had taken place and turned his JIuw tlio Voun Should Obicrre tlie Nation' Annltemry. molancholy eyes toward the conlor This is tho season when young of tho veranda where Miss Culpepper and ho had miU To his overwhelming America celebrates the glorious deeds surprise feho was sitting there then. of tho forefathers, when they cut tho His heart beat tumultuously, his mind leading strings that bound them to tho was confused. Should lie advance or old world, and stepped forth with tho retreat? While he hesitated, the beau- independence of manhood. tiful girl iwuRuiaii him ami the in- It took Home five hundred years, five vjting sraue which sac icstowel upon centuries of war, intriguo nnd arro,,,, bantshed all doubts from his mind, gance, to overspread southern Europe. jii8 OBiror mBnnar ns lie stennod forward In a Uttlo more than ono century, says to meet her showed that ho ardently tho Youth's Companion, America has desired a reconciliation. Simultaneous- grown to a magnitude, in area and perly they knew that the old love was haps in population also, equal to that strong in spite of the serious quarrel of Homo in its most magnificent days. "Civis Homanus sum I" was tho proudand the painful separation. Her little baud trembled and nestled In his and est boast that could fall from tho lips of for a time they sat beside each other man at tho beginning of tho Christian sllontjjut supremely happy. era. Is there y an American who "Then you did not go to England?" rates his citizenship in the great repubho said. lic at a lower value than Homnn free"Noj'I was about to engage passage dom nineteen hundred years ago? on a steamer whe-- i my plans were The day for "spread eaglo" brag is changed by a peculiar and romantic long past, but there Is no reason why circumstance. chnuecd one day to be wo should hesitate to say, what not come acquainted with an old antiquary wo alono but all tho people of tho world q entered into n. Inner innvTant?rm believe, that it is the destiny of this concerning, u.e revolutionary war. In country to become tho greatest, tho tho courge f our ta,k rorcrenctJ was strongest, tho wealthiest, tho most self made to your ancestor. Col. Henry supporting, of all the nations of tho Unzelton, and to what lnjfell my tory earth. It is already tho greatest relatives during tho war. The anticommunity tho world has quary asked a few questions and then ever seen. I)o you know that eagerly exclaimed. How can wo mako it greater? lly Martha Culpepper, a sister of your groat standing together as Americans. Wo grandfather, the tory refugee, was once shall not magnify, but shall bcllttlo engaged to Capt. Hascelton, a brother of ourselves, if we swagger before our Col. Unzelton'." 'No,' I replied. 'It neighbors using bravado for tho is time then that you were enlightened,' strong, and insolence in our treatment said my friend. 'It was a sad romance, of the weak. Hut wo should tako lloth were young. He was handsome American views instead of part3' views, and chivalrous, a prince among men; when questions arise between this govnnd she Has renowned for her grace ernment and others. and Wnuty throughout Virginia. They The motto "America against tho loved each other deeply but both woro world" would be a contemptible motto. headstrong and Je warm- - Yet is it not better to adopt even such y eaptiuM-itho American cause; sho a motto than to tako tho sldo of tho was a thorough tory. Hitter disagree-- world against America, or to bo indiiTer-ment- s were the result. lie joined the ' cut when the interests of one's own continental army Against hor wishes. i'countrv nre assailed? At their last Interview there were high The Fourth of July is a good timo for words. During the next few years no us nil to resolve that wo will bo Ameriletters passed between them. Hoth re- cans at heart. Not that we will build gretted the alienation, but each was too up our own countrj on the ruins of proud to make any overtures. He was others, but that when there is n clashkilled at the siege of Yorktown. She ing of interests those of our native land survived him many years, but remained shall have our hearty support, to the day of her death a melancholy to-da- 1 high-spirite- l I r l'..-Mr- rm: public l V MPr xk AX -w -- I r1mdlte3 tie -- ' j - i j pi-taUtr- s le-yo- hfgh-spiritcH- l. "I was profoundly Impressed with the sad story," Edith continued, "nnd I derived from it a lesson for myself. Wns J not about to repeat tho mistake made by my ancient relative? I felt that I wns like her. I possessed tho family inheritance of high spirit nnd stubborn insistence on my own views, oven if I could not claim a grace and beauty equal to hers. Hesembliug her in oharactor, I was exposed to tho same pitfall into which she had fallen. Her fate was a warning to me." "So you deeldeil to remain in this country and to trust to ehaneo to reconciled to me?" Uaxolton suddenly exclaimed, before Edith could proceed. "You are partly right and partly wrong," shecoylj replied. "1 remained in this city, and, ns I know you would come home some time, I did not trust to chance. " "Hut how dil you know that I would forgive you even if I did come InmIfT1 "1 felt sure that you would not be foolish. Did you not observe how confidently I wa6 nwalting your nrr;vnl tonight?" Hazelton laughed. At thK moment their nttontion was nttracted by the brilliance of the pyroThey oujnywl the technic display. spectacle this time. J. A. Hou.iu le-coii- io i ; . great-grandfath- er ?."'"! j j to-da- 1 .r f j m-- miff Tf jrVOO yw$. s -- ." f r I y robe nnd crown. and priestThe doom of king-cracraft was then and there pronounced, and in the clear light of the now day, high and holy truths were revealed that had long been hidden under the dust of superstition and error. Democracy had been called the dream of the fanatic, the chimera of tho brain of the poet; out one nunilred anil sixteen years under democracy has shown to Europe that It Is the throne that is the simulacrum, and that liberty under law, the law mnde b the people, is the most perfect form of government the world has ever seen. The struggle to free ourselves from the grasp of tyranny was bitter and long continued, and there were times when it seemed hopeless. The young nation, weak in numbers and resources, was confronted by an enemy whose wealth was Inexhaustible and whose mllitarj' strength was enormous, and, had not God been with the brave men whose watch-worwas "Liberty," their cause would have boon lot. The principles they asserted their posterity has proven, and upon every anniversary of our nation's birth the loyal hearts of the people renew their plight of faith to our national institutions. Our ling has waved over many a bloody and field since the declaration of independence sent a thrill through all Europe; but tlio wounds nre healed, the graves are hidd i:vi:kvtiuxo cons ox tiik touktu. den with flowers, and peace, and beautiful, brood.i over the land, nnd plenty pours from her horn the fruits of honest toll, sufficient not only for our own people, but for the starving millions of the old world, who reach out to us hands of piteous appeal. We have conquered not onlv human foes, but the desert and the wilderness have leen brought under subjection, the hidden treasures of the depths of the earth havo been yielded up, and today wo have within our land cities that shame the proudest capitals of the world, that in one century have outstripped those whose f wndati.'sss were laid before Lief Ericks&oa was born, and wero rich and powerful l?fore Columbus dreamed of a world beyond the western sen. It Is fitting, then, on this day of all others, that we should pause to read the history of our fast and the pr ;hc y of our future. The eyas of the world are upon us, and we cannot afford to make mistakes, for the future republics of America and Europe will be patterned after ours. Those who read the si jus of the times tcil us that monarchy In England is tottering to its fall, thnt Norway and Ssvoden, Germany, Italy and even Imperial Russia are striving to break the bont'-of their despotism and become free. The United States, France, and oven the superstition ridden tropical republics of Central and South America uphold the standard of freedom, and when the clouds lift but an instant and the portion of humanity that is crushed under the iron heel of despotism catches a glimpse of tho sacred banner their hearts thrill with new hope. There is a point where evolution in government becomes revolution. Wo reached it ono hundred and sixteen years ago. Europe may reach It In our own time, but ntuong nil tho future republics of tho earth our own will forever be preeminent, for it was planted in tho virgin soil of a new continent and lias been guarded by a people to -l- 'lU'lt whom patriotism is a religion above all creeds and lo3nlty their breath of life. There Were Loud Imllcttloui. Lou V. Cn.vi'ix. Cumso (morning of tho Fourth of I think I'll get Johnny Into the July) a nowiiixt! secenss. shoo business. Mrs. Cumso I don't think he'd like ft ng the way down the long vista of tho centuries there is none that marks a more important event than that which bears tho declaration of our Independence. Tho "divine right of kings" had been the creed that the world had preached with fire and sword for centuries, but from the mountains and valleys of the New World, from humble cabins In the wilderness, from the shores of tho inland seas and the banks of mighty rivers the amen of a people who had learned the doctrine of freedom from nature herself ascended, when those brave patriots, our forefathers, made that memorable de lara-tiowhich caused tyrants to tremble upon their thrones nnd oppression to grow pale under its gaudy trappings of n w FALL'the white stonos set by J. S. APPLEMAN M. D., THE CELEBRATED English Specialist, Formerly l'rolciior of Practice r.f Medicine, Electrical Medical College, TORONTO, CANADA, Now Examining Physician of the Southern Medical Institute, LOUISVILLE, KY. Will be at Myer3 House, Stanford Tuesday, July 19. From 9 M a. m. to 6 p. m.. one day only, returning eery four weeks duting the year. Dr. Applemanit a craduatrcf Rellevne Hospital Medical College, New Ycrk City, anU the Electrical Medictl College, Toronto, Canada. He hat made a special study ot the dueascs he treated in the great Ilullevue ami Charity Hospital for several years and recognize nosuperior in diagnosing and tresitmi; Chronic Diseases He devotes an his time to the treatment of chronic and nervous diseases of both scxis and his skill as an expert in this cUsof cases is n ell established. Treats and r Permanently Cures Acute nnd Chronic Catarrh, Rtnclng in Ears, DcatntJ, Distascsof hjc, Ear, Nose, Throat, Lungs. Kicney, Urinary and Madder troubles. Unght's Disease, Dubetes, DyspepMa, Constipation, Kt.euir.atnm aud Paralysis, Kpllepsyor Fits positively cured. oiiri; or middle aged men suffering fiom Impatenc), Eruptions, the results of errors or excesses, shi uUl call befote It i too late. v'e gurantee a cure if case has not gone too far. SupertluoiK hair ami all eruptions of the face ; ermanenth removed. m d Blood anil Skin Diseases. The Doctor carries all his portable Instruments and comes prepared to examine the most obscure medical and sargical cases. He undertakes no incurable diseases but cures hundnds given up iodic. As Syphilis Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, utc, curt d by never failing remedies. Diseatesof women, such as Leucorrhea, painful Meintrtiatkn, Displacement ot Womb, Jbearing doun pains In back, relieved in short time. hnrd-foug- ht mild-eye- CONSULTATION FREE And Confidential.; Addriss J. f.i i S APPLEMAN, Lt ni( li M. D., , Ky. wit ft S .A lit rJ. .J. . WWW '! mm ' 5IT-- $m.A yff'tSStjggSS i ..'.Vj'-. "iP.;l E1 I Y, . - BTIiliAMC ElMirlNJiilB STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. Stationary, Semi Portable and Portable. Ail sizes up to 26- - tl M' win Pit s n horse power Unequaled in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. Write for Freo Illustrated PanipUu amt your JA3IHJ x L1SFFEI. fc CO., hIO. NEW VOKK CITY. SPRINGFIELD, 8WI 9 i I '.'fl V J i Cumso Listen! You'll see ho has a wonderful aptitude for the shoot trade. Judge. t Only neuiembereil Holidays. When is Independence day? Teacher David Fourth of July Teacher Flight. When did Columbus discover America? David I don't know. I think I could remember it. though, If it was u holiday. Harper's Young People. that. fa U vs. vvf ls-- C Ais: ' I. t i 1 It J ' J .' 31utici.t rn r' lit on Itectinl. WluJimmlc Going1 to have fireworks up Life. at your house? Day Artor. Tommy (blue ns indigo) Oh, sorterl Tlio Pop's kinder mean this year. Says I Tommy What's the matter with your can have ten dollars to celebrate with. eye, Jimnry? but I've trot to buy my own arnica out Jimmy I looked to see why my canof it Harper's Hazar. non didn't go off yesterday. Puolc. A ISooineruni;. Xo One to Scare. Cobwigger Did Johnnie lira that canBrown So Johnnie didn't fire off any non of his? crackers in tho house? Brown No; tho cannon lired JohnMrs. Brown Xo. His sisters went off nie. Judge, for the day. Judge, - s f ,yi jH m 1 Scientific Amarican Agency for s t w V llkd CAVEATS. MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, etc. THADE For information and freo Handbook write to ML'NN CO., 301 IJiioAinrAT, New VoiifC. Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. Krery patent tuken out by ns Is brought belora tbo public by a notice given free of charge In tbo J'crcutift JMitcwatt, Largest circulation of any sclenMflo paper in the world. Splendidly illustrated. No liitolllffeut man should be without It. Weekly. s:.0 a year: I1.M six months. Address MUNN X CO. L'uiiusurus. Sol Uroadwar. New York. ' s M m ijjjjjgyiiStskiiis tiiu.-.-t'mi.r-- , Jtl- -ti wtivA. tti-- i w5-- .i- jUu-'.'f- pr-- w I'lMy'wuyiUJ. ,'lll"'y'"",l, .' .- T'm. miiunii v.. - Tli - t.T. -- "J)fii '11. riT .f -- r w . " ' ? ' "' T yt. ." -- ' .p- " "' M,,. """"' ,ltjybiiy'i" Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal of body will be sorry. James Nutgrass patties in tho East End a snapped a pistol at a friend at Grafens-bur- g lambs for present delivery at 4J to 5 air-loa- d There is ono poor fool less and no- A. T. Nunnelloy bought of various hs I 11 he July 1. 1892 ing soand when put was censured for act- cents. Stanford, Ky., the muzzle against John Givens bought from John silly, he his own head and pulled tho trigger in Welsh, of Spring Station, 2,200 bushels order to prove that it was not loaded. It of No. 2 red wheat at 72. Midway was loaded, however, and in a moment Clipper. Tho Winchester Democrat reports Nutgnis was kicking his last kick in tho The meet lug of the republican Nation- world, whero such jokes aro not appre- sales of a large number of hogs for delivery July 10 at I. Bean & Poor sold al committee at Washington this week, ciated. IVe to in Louisville 12 hogsheads of tobacco at a chairman of the committee, to select THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. $StoS2l. The crop was over 2,000 lbs. who will manage the campaign, showed The judicial rodistricting bill onlv to the acre. there is much had feeling ncahist that Tho Daisy Roller Mills having had, tho president and n bad state of allaire needs the governor's signature to make tt it the law. Secretary everything overhauled and set in order generally in the g. o. p. The House refused to p.tss the bill aro better prepared than ever to lead made a speech in which he made to do we admission: "We all feel to "dock" absentees. The members are tho market, as it has alwavs dono, with this candid the best brands of Hour in Kentucky. we are entering on no holiday ex- not thero for that purpose. that One Senator has been on hand but Send in your orders and custom work. cursion, that we aro entering upon a St contest which will put to his best mettle three weeks in the six months and yet Tho New Stanford Roller Mills. States. he has drawn, or will draw, $1,000 to every republican in the United DANVILLE. Wo are confronted at the outset with date. Ex. Give his name. The people Dolph Mock shipped to C. P. Mooriscousm want to know. the appalling spectacle of Tho governor has sent in with his man, of Louisville. Monday, 1G2 barrels week and Illinois in tho list of doubtful States, whisky, contracted for and Iowa by no means certain; with re- approval the resolution providing for the of ligious differences rife in the Northwest appointment of a joint committee to se- a year ago. daughter of Mattie, the 12 year-oland a threatened coalition of democracy lect four suitable sites for n State capitol, The democrats have one of which must be in or near the city Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Mahan, died Tues with alliance. day morning from a complication of dinominated, to my ininci, the strongest of Frankfort. The Senate passed the bill to au- seases. She had been in delicato health man they could "have placed in the field, especially so far as the 30 electoral votes thorize the court of claims or fiscal for a long time. Fuueral Wednesday at in New York are concerned." Fassett courts of tho several counties to issue 3 o'clock. all-wo- ol So, At a called term of the Boyle circuit was followed by Clarkson, the retiring and direct the sale of county bonds for who felt keenly the turn the purpose of building bridges and to court held Tuesday Mr. Charles C. Fox, chairman, week down that the president had given him, levy and provide for the collection of acting as special judge, Sarah Jane Jones socks c and all concerned in the Blaine move- taxes to pay the interest and redeem the was granted an absolute divorce from Thomas Jones, who abandoned her sev ment. He was particularly anxious to bonds. 25c; The bill to reduce the number of en years ago two, be retained as chairman, but the presiVests 3 5c; 25c; Rev. J. W. Lynch left this, Thursdent wouldn't hear to it and Win. J. peremptory challenges allowed the good Campbell, of Illinois, was chosen in his criminal trials from L'o to 5 day, morning for New York City, where Foster and Elkius are to be the came up with the orders of the day. Mr. ho will remain till August 1. Mrs. A. stead. boys. advisory committee, while the president Walton's amendment to reduce the C. Dunn will leave next .Tuesday for a will direct the forces himself. Quay, number to 10 was adopted, but the bill visit to her daughter, Mrs. W. B. of Grand Rapids, Mich. Prof. Dudley, Piatt and Clarkson are left en- failed to pass for want of the constituaud it is the intention tional vote. The criminal lawyers seem W. L. Yerkes, of Paris, is hero on a visit tirely in the cold of the president to crush every vestige to hold it over the farmers in the Legis- lo his father and other friends. A few days ago Dr. W. R. Evans' HATS. of Blaine sentiment that remains in the lature. XKCKW12AU. gray buggy mare while swinging her republican party, and the effect of it is NEWSY NOTES. now prevails among ln.ni! nhnut in her stall, struck a nail that great grand marshals. Judge Brown alo of her right eye on this ac. the republican politicians The C. & O trains now run into the with the outside corner made n speech, which was compliment- -' count. Everything seems to bo work- union depot at 10th and Broadway, Lou- lid and tore it oil' almost to tho opposite . ? 1.;. .1.1 ...ii..! eniciem iuiiuuu ' ing for good for those who love the Lord isville. fomer. Dr. Evans' partner, Dr. Mon- - critie and little son were among the ,.-- . 11.1 .icill. ..p...... v.. ,,...i, tho democrats of these United States. The David B. Hill Club, of New Hill. Scnltl uiu ciw in. ....., ' Late Alexander's Hotel.) programme was changed1 is i,.,.t..i visitors. Ihe fullv that when the York City, ratified the democratic nomand a regular barbecue was THORuU&HhV The conference committee's report, inations and pledged fi.MQyALED : AND : scarcely a scar will ve ' its support. had. At 7.50 the excursion loft, carry- which redistricts the State into 30 judiMiss Louise Holmes, of Augusta, Rates S2.50 Per Day. Claire T. DeGarno, a ing only part of the crowd it brought, cial districts, was adopted by the Seuate Jefferson, Center ant! Green Streets, opposite the young society man of Covington, aged and Mr. T. P. Flaig, of Danville, were the remainder staying over for the mu- , after heated opposition by Messrs. Breckmarried Tuesday at 11 a. m., at the resi- Mcale that night. Everyone seemed to OgilVie, Miller and oth- 21, is insane from cigarette smoking. inridge, Taiker, Kv. Herring, A negro named Evers was taken dence of her sister, Mrs. James enjoy himself aud the entertaining comA. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, ers. On a motion to adopt the Senate's W. R. LOGAN, of Newport. Tho brido is a daughter of from the jail at Nashville by a mob of mittee was never known to do so well. substitute, the vote stood 15 to 15, but J. J. Marshall, clerks. O. C. Holmes, of Augustu, and a niece Manager. 500 aud hung for outraging a white woEverything seemed in sympathy with the tie was broken by President Alford of Mrs. Richard Foley, of Danville, with voting against it. Tiie final vote stood man. for the past the glorious occasion. No drinking or The steamship Vega, which it was whom sho has been much drunkenness was observed and tho peofor the conference report, Messrs. 19 to 13 two years. Tho ceremony was performBreckinridge, Clark, Cockrill, Dewner, feared had been lost in collision with ed by Rev. Father McNerny, of the ple of our county, as well as the visitors, sailing ship, Fred B. Taylor, arrived returned to their respective homes feelGeorge, Goebel, Lindsay, McCann, Mil- the Catholic church. safely at New York. ing like a grand day had been spent, the Filty pairs Ladies Custom Made ler, Ocilvie, Orr, Roberts and Stewart Mr. Charles McDowell, Sr., who has The palace that George Vanderbilt being worthy of the highest voting in. the negative. Th emergency for several years whole affair is building at Asheville, N. C, will cost been in feeble health clause was then put on by 21 to 0 and stroke of paraljsis praise and old Rockcastle having done $10,000,000 and bo the most magnificent past, had another herself proud. The State was settled. the question Sunday and is now much worse than he divided pretty fairly and they structure in America. will be and Mrs. J. HUBBLE. James A. Bailey, the proprietor of has boon heretofore. Dr. Broken sizes, all of the be-- t makes reduced from S3. will be composed a3 recently published, W. Gill have returned to their home in 50 per pair to Barnum's circus, has become violently Mr. A. T. Hutchings' child, ten days 1 1 months' absence this, the 13th, comprising Lincoln, Boyle, . j. this county, after n insane and has been placed in a Chicago Sateens reduced from 15 3c per yard to ioc;Drcss Chambiny re Mercer and Garrard. The candidates in Europe. Miss Margaret Kinnaird, old, died Thursdaj. We extend to him t?pt even a greater move on asylum for safe keeping. ran now duced from 15c yard to ice. 36 inch Cotton Serge from who has been teaching school at Mid-- and his wife our deepest symimthy. Gen. John Echols has been made 65c yard Misses Halhe ami Zeiu Taylor, of to IOC vacatiou with themselves president of the Ohio Valley railway and dlesboro, is spending her Kinnaird, this Somerset, are visiting at Mr. Wesley goods must go in the next 30 days, so call at once and Parson Chas'k, of the Christian that company has finally bought the her mother, Mrs. Marv McDowell, also of banks" this week. Mrs. Robert L. White secure your share of the bargains. Miss Minnie succeeded to tho govern- Princeton branch of the Louisville A Church, who Middlesboro, is here on a risit to rela- - and father, Greenberry Bright, aro visit-;..- .a orship of Indiana, on the death of Gov. Nashville. Rush has returned ing Misses Lou and Jennie Bright, at Mr nnk-ne-r Hovev, was on Tueediy nominated for A resolution favoring a license liThomas Blackerby, of refrom Louisville, where he pissed an ex- Middlesboro. the office for the next term by the quor law caused a sensation in the Iowa on den- Washington county, is among ua with publicans, notwithstanding tho opposi- republican convention. It was defeated amination before the State board his rat traps agiin. MNs Maud Pope is tion of President Harrison and his crowd. and the subject of prohibition was ig- tistry, which entitles him to practice visiting MKs Nora Hampton. G. A. dentistry in Kentucky. The platform indorses tho president's nored in the platform. Swinebroad lias gone to Tennessee after administration in a perfunctory way, In Graves county, tho wife of Wm. sheej) he has bought there. E. A. WilMT VERNON, R00KCASTLE COUNTY. but there are many evidences that all is Eunice became insane from illness. son and C. Scott, of Lexington, and Mrs. camp. The While her husband was asleep she as- not lovely in the radical Mr. Luther Jnrret and Miss CharT. M. Goodkuight, of Frankfort, are vis, signs all point to the election of Gov. faulted him with a knife and ci.t his lotte P.iynter, of Brodhead, were united l CarJ House iting Col. Rice an family. Leslie and tho capture of the electo- throat so badly that he may die. Matthews in holy wedlock at the Newcomb During the year 1S92 I ter is able to bo out for the last few days. shall keep constantly on vote by Cleveland and Stevenson. ral Edward Devins killed Max Claigett the first of the week. We hopo his recovery may be perma- hand a full and complete stock of Mrs. Mollie Owens, sister of F. L. in New York for assaulting his sister. goes for nent. G.P. Bright will start to Tonnes-se- e The Middlesboro News Clargett hail pleaded guilty and was be- Thompson, quietly pissed away last to buy some sheep about tho last of Wilscn like a thonsand of ing - JVM led from the when Dev- Sunday at her daughter's residence in the week. Wheat threshing has begun speech at Wilbrick for saying in his ins dr.-- a revolver and shot him through Pnliiski countv. She was a true and in the Hedgeville neighborhood, with liamsburg that David G. Colson never the heart. loving wife, a faithful and devoted mothsales at 75c. Miss Ella Barker, of Danthat whh not full of fraud did anything Gray Gables is getting too small for er, a noble and devout christian. ville, is visiting Joe Swope. Dr. Peyton and treachery. It says that John Hen- Cleveland and he has begun building an Hon. G. W. McClure was given a ry know this was fals when he uttered office. Ho will have a telegraph wire serenade the other night and although took a pint of mailer from M. B. My stock of to flint it was cowardly and tdanderous side last Saturday, caused to colrun into his cottage and will employ a it had been boverul days dnce his return and dares him to meet Colson at Ed- secretary as his correspondence is grow- from Chicago, he imagined on awaking lect there from a fractured rib some time ago, and the patient is doing well. monton and repeat it. It is delightful ing heavy. that the. bands of the convention were Henry Harlun is making his homo at J. Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of what brotherly love our repubto see in Senator Stewart has offered a sub- Hollowing him and still playing, and he prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas lican brethren of the bloody 11th live. stitute tor his free Bilver coinage bill. remarked that "he wished to goodness W. Bright's again. Daltoii in charge. A. R. PENNY. It is worse than a cut aud dog fight. The substitute proposes to exclude for- those d n bands would stop a little ure a hot weather come there will be Jmt for Hurrah With Secretary Whitney to manage eign silver from the privilego of free while and let him rest." more cr le buwel complaint in this vicinity. Kv. campaign with the adroit- coinage and to repeal the Sherman sil- the judge! cry person, and especially lamllien, ouht to hae Cleveland's The event of last Friday crowned some reliable mwliciue at hand for Instant use in ness that he conducted his interests at ver act of 1S90. ncaled. A 35 or Stevenson's more engaging person- Rockcastle with a halo of praise thnt case it is Colic. Cholera ard octiut bottlo of Cham-is Chicago, Brer. Campbell and his menag. Diarrhuj Remedy berlain's is ality and his closer touch with tho boys will ring down the corridors of time, just what yuunufht to haw and all that you would erte will not be in it. Mr. Whitney severe ana tnu net.il, thoughts and emotions cases. evenis mr best, most most reliable uangerous and most It the the one of the levelest headed politicians in in the trenches h.ivo added tho leaven bringing sweet known and is pltusaut to of enthusiasm to the big Cleveland lump always chaste and noble. Tho stars successful treatment tho country and the greatest hannonizer. take, tor sale by Dr. M L. llourne. Druggist of confidence and the whole v is rising had just veiled their faces and the smil-in- n and Optician, blanlord, Ky. He is the only man who could have and shining as a Mountain of Light. Dim peeping from behind tho eastern Cleveland and kept in the good A Safe Invostmont Louisville Times. hills, gathering the silvery dew ol morngraces of Tammany at thesune tune. to bring you satis, Is one whlahis ing, when great crowds could be seen factory results, or guarautccd failure, a return of case of carry this safe your purchase MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. approaching our quaint little town in buy from our price. On druggist a plan you can The president is determined to bottle of Dr. adeitised of his his own State, if a distribution every direction. At S:13 a. M.camo the King's New Discovery for Consumption. It s -- Mr. V O Burnett, of P.idiic-thand to bring relief in every case when prizes will accomplish it. He has np Miss Ka' Fors the, flxcursion loaded with little, big, old and guarantcd affection of the thioat,lung or chest And wc can show as nice an assortment as ihe people have used for any the John W. Foster, of Indi- A P Hill's widow dauuhtur of Gen. young. This train carried the Masons such as consumption, inll.immatiou of croup,lungs, , pointod Gen. bronchitis, asthma, wliooping cough, etc and half sistor of only London band that sent etc. It is pleasant and ana, Secretary of State, the man, 'who is Mis3 Lucy Hill, of the to tho taste, per. World's Fair com- and that fctly safe and can always be relied upon. Trial same battles free at A. R Penny's drug store alleged to have caused Mr. Biuinu lo re fnrtli Kuril eliarmim: music. mission, sloped to Jefiersonville and sign. Gen hosier has been Minimer to were train went on to Brodhead and brought murrifd Merit Wins. Mexico, Russia and Spain and whil not crowd of Masons and oth-- Gt'org Palm and Macuio Conklin back a large o Wedenre to say to Brodhead comet h.tve been selling Dr our citizens that for years for man, is well up in diplomatic by the a great Kind's New Discovery wen to til woods near Wilmington, O, ers, headed at 10:150 a long proces- Consumption, Dr King's New Life Tills matters. and after taking a cup of cold poison lay band. Promptly All Styles and Colors of Hitters, and havo front of tho Court- never Arnica Salve and Kleitric as well or tho handled remedies that sell in National Convention down in nach other's arms and died, sion was formed in The prohibs have given such universal satisfaction. We do for tho march to tho house not hesitate limo and we at Cincinnati, had not madu a nomina- leaving this not4: "Bury us together if picnic grounds. There were something utand ready to guarentee them everyprice if satisto refund the purchaso for president at last hccouii'h, though possible " I'hoy were lovers and obfactory results do not follow thoir use. These tion over 2,000 in line. Aftt-- r two short remedies have won their great popularity purely Gon. Bid well, of California, had the stacles wore pi u vd in the way of thoir . K Penny, Druggist a8 served and then in their merits speeches dinner lead. Gov St, John presid "1 tempo- mariiaue speech, after which the came another rarily and Eli Ritter, of Indiana got crowd dispersed, nearly nil coming back :ARM AMD TRADE ITEMS. Home-Spun- s. permanent chairmui there for to town. Prof. Cheismau auU ills boys Warned cattle to pasture. R. II. furnished the town with somo delightletm Ofjall kinds, The democratic presidentialtaking of Jones. like ful music on the streets while awaiting Made and Set Up in All Farts of and Stevenson is Cleveland W. A. Cast sold to Johnson, of for thoir train. Tho Brodhead band the Country. wildfire nud enthusiastic ratification Boyle, 7 ye.r u.u heifers at 2fr cents. all over tho rendered some good pieces and added meetings are being held No Agent mplo) cd The Adv"-tsays that Ik. Dur- much to the enjoyment of tho day. country. The boya in the t enches are V ham sol of London, and I. IV .witt 110 lambs of JudgJ W. L. Brown, W. ADAMS & SON, alive to tho importance of getting theie SI pounds at ibAO. o. 41 Uroadw.ty, Lexirgton, Ky Harve Yanhook, of Brodhead, were the intend to get. and Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, i, W. P. WALTON. That's what our pi'ices are in every department of the bargain store in propose Stanford. clear out ait summer goods and Fas-se- U Order will sell every article at half price. Extra bargains this in our Clothing departKent. three-year-ol- d d Choice of any Odd Suits in the House at Half Price. Suits at light color, worth $10. Children's Knee Pants 100 pairs men's suspenders this at 10c a pair; 100 pair men's 5c a pair; Celluloid collars 15c pair; ladies' hose pair. Men sfuie Balbnggan undershirts all Calico jc yard, 10c Lawns, cut m price now ladies' Gauze for ladies' Slippers 7jo shoes $1.25. pair; men's Just received campaign hats for men and toe. Men's y, THE LOUISVILLE STORE. 1 old-tim- t UNDERWEAR. 1 ' w t ..,,, 1 THE WILLARD. '" Court-Mouse- , e W$nM8. well-know- n Cr The Bottom Knocked Out 3c!n.oefs -- j 1 , Eu-cit- y. ttdy-'Phc- sc j "W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER m v Con-greesm- an court-room- , w Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. ToiletArticles Glass, Books, Eu-bank- s' WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELHY i SPRING CLOTHING IS ! 111 OUR STOCK COMPLETE , le aunt-abl- e e&y;i o een in Stanford. lluclc-lull- 's 4 y Cassimeres5 Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. MONUMENTS 1 1 ij-o- M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS .... fcfetwfc-n.jMar.v'' I 3.r$r&-?gM?'HJi- .' m. frtSij ,46: iA-- : . -- jdL, i r' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - Fiiuit Jaus nt J. 15. Foster's. & HUSTONVILLE. ' nuiT Jai J. II. Woodcock nnd son have returned nt Farris Hardin's. Stankoud, Ky., July 1, 1892 Thomas' Hny Hakes for sale very cheap by J. X. Menefeo. Mason's jars, quart tin cans and (seal ing wax nt II. K.i W. II. Wearen's. 9 m B.C,WAiTON,uus.ManaKer MEANS BUSINESS. nt W. B. rls'. Wantko, epriiiK chickens nt per pound. 12 cents Win. Htiser, Ottenheim. Wall pai'kk ami paints Esniuviso beautifully nml nrtiBtienlly done nt A. K. Penny's. Buy your liookH ami school supplies of nil kinds from A. It. Penny. Havk your wntcli, clock nml Jowoiry ruptured nt A. K. Penny'B. All work wnrriintcil. Remumiick thntall silverware, watchesi. riiiRR, kc, bought nt A. it. Penny's will be engraved (roe of elmrje. PERSONAL A ooon, second hand, portable engine for sale 'at a bargain. Sue Geo. 1). Wearen. My flue soda water nparatus is now In operation. Call nml get n glass of the best you ever tasted. A. It. Ponuy. Rain, which was beginning to be much needed, foil in several nice showers yesterday. Most of tho wheat hns been harvested, so Hint crop is about safe, at least for the present. POINTS. ( , Tub Hcmbaunual election of ollicers in tho I. 0. O. F. here, took place Tuesday .Mit. and Miis. V. 1!. Million nro night, when S. M. Owens was made X. Mrs. Joe Coffey. G.; J. T. Harris, V. G.; A. C. Sine, SecMiis. W. 1". MtCiMitv has goimto visit retary; J. X. Menefte, Treasure'-- , 0. J. Mrs. It It. Davis, nt Million. Xewland, Host. Mits. L. A. Faiii&j, of Soiiiurect, has been vinitiiiK her parents here. Mil Klijaii Witiikhs h riles Bright Fer. Mn.T. C. 1'kakb, of Coon Hollow, is rill that he tlnds he had 000 insurance on his barn. He told tho insurance man now asristunt acent at tliu depot. ".Mil, A. II. Lvdwio has gone back to several years ao to always keep it inLouisville to sue his other sweetheart." sured and ho did. The Ferrill Brothers Hkv. am Miis. K. II. Pcaiick, of Dan- lose about 5100. ville, were guests of Mr. S. S. .Myers Tub directors of the First National Wednesday, Hank of Stanford met yesterday, deMiw. J. Cahvkk Jones, of Kansas City, clared it S per cent, dividend and and little daughter arrived Tuesday to cirried $1,500 to surplus. The Farvisit relatives. mers Hank and Trust Co. declare! Mil. T. H. Avium, formerly of this the same dividend mid took $1,000 to place, was here yesterday advertising surplus. the Itlehinoud Fair. Shot His Fatiikh'h Slavish. The W. 0. ItiriiAitnsoN, of Somerset, a sou of Heaver tail linker, who good friend of the I.ntkiuok Jouunal, was killed a few ago by Tom whs in town W&hiosday, Wrun, his shot Wren in the Mas. U. J. C. Howk returned with her husband from Indiannpolls nml is witli lde Tuesday nml badly wounded him. The trouble grew out of the murder, for him nttlm ColFey ilotiou. Mia. S. C TiicxiiKAKT ami Miss Mary which he wan let off with two years in Myers loft yesterday to poml tliu hunt- tho penitentiary. Tho examining trial is set for Saturday. ed term at Chnutnmjua, X. V. vis-itlii- K yt-ars son-iu-ln- Mns. P. 0. SANMiutK is very low with coiiHimption. stolen from the depot nt Cumberland Falls nnd with it n fine Mcintosh coat. Ono of tho colored boys nlso hnd his "grip" stolen. A crowd, composed of J. 11. Adams nnd wife, of Longview, Ala., Mrs. T. F. W heatstono, of Anniston, Jerry Adams, of McKinney, Tex.i, Misses Jennie Iteid, Lucy nnd Mnttie Alcorn, Mary Adams nnd Felix Twidwell, attended the hoj) nt Liuuiettn Springs last Friday night. Mies Mnrauda Tucker, of Spring-Held- , Is dn n visit to tho family of F. M. Yowell. Mias HiishGrinstead, of Danville, is visiting Miss Pearl Hose. Miss Linn Woods returned to her homo nt Paint Lick. Mm. John Iteid and little daughter, Anne, and Miss Nannie Brown nccoiumnuied her, to remain several weeks. Miss Belle Bogle luus returned from Barnwell, S. C, where she hns been engaged in tho millinery business. Mrs. It J. Lyles hns gone to Cumberlnnd Falls. Mrs. Snm ltout is reported very sick. Mrs. H. It. Cnmnitz in improving. H. Cook hnd his vnlise J. North End Lincoln County. A. C. Itobinson disposed of eome cattle n few days ngo nt 3c. Tho Goshen Sunday-schoo- l will give n picnic in Mr. John Traylor's woods, Saturday, July 0. Wo regret very much to hear that Mr. Jess Cook will not open tho noted SOO-pou- car-load- Mms CiKKTiifDK CiitAiiv rturnuI hcoohi-pnuludb- to y her homo nt Columbia, Tuefeduy, Mrs. Juuuii) Dunn. Mnw ltosA Jonbs wtmt t tliu Chautnu-qu- a at Lexington, Tmtctlsy, and will go from thorn to Vinchatur to vittit friuuUs. Mm. K. P. Wooik mid Mits lUttio Harris, Nannie, Klttio nml Susie H.iugli-ma- n nrn Attending the Chautauqua nt Lexington. MistM Jk.vmc ami Altik Cosiir, two retty young ladios of O.vuiisboro, jmsv cm! up Wednesday to visit their uncle, Mr. John U. Hill, near Mnywood. Col- - anu Mits. W. CI. Wblcii wont up ti Ureon Brinr and Crnb Orchard Wwlnefday to spoi.d n fw dnys and jwt the beuetlt of tiie mineral w.iturs. Mhsim I.kna Bttmur, Orrie Woods, Mnrvnrtt Miller nml Belle Auilttr&oii, the Harnes troupe over TtifH-daand were gtitwts of the Colley House. Miih. Pi.mti.NU Jon us, who was Mis, Hnnnnh Jawimt, was here ytwWsnlny, a brido of two weeks. Our account of the marriiio wnssti mixed it was not tin durstood. CITY AND VICINITY. IIhokk His 1.i:. While unloading n enr of lumbar yesterday, a layer of it turiieil over on Mr. J. T. Hlnnken-shi- p, breaking the small bone of his left ankle and mushing his other leg. Help whs come distance from him when it happened and it swimed an eternity to him befort it arrived in response, to his cries He will be unable to work for some time. Tiik young ladles of Mr. li. J. Mcltob crts' Sumlny-pchoclass met with Miss Mary Bruce Wedmlny eveninc, when a pliMsant time was hjvent. Mis Mary had prenirwl n delightful lunch, which was greatly enjoyed by thosa ynung Indies who, by the way, will next yenr make their debut in society. Mr. clnwi was tuuuht by Miss Mat-tifor n number of years and the members, in honor of her, hnvs formed nsoclsty known m the "M. P. C," mwiuing Muttie P.ixton's clas. ol e Pton y FituiT jurs nml jelly e,lnHea nt A. A. Warren's. "11fAVKfever.il Woods self dump buy rakes for sale cheap. Joe Severance, Jr. . Tub iAHiinvillti Store is the llrnt to get Cleveland and Harrison hats and era. vats. r, Wk now huvon rUook of woven wire slat fence mnde of oak pickets. Sine Menefee. Co.'s I am neent for tho Wm. Deerin the befct in the market. J. H. in . made. See card on Col. J. S. Lkitii calls our attention to it C. n number of changes in the sahedule, recently Sth paj;e. l. Tiik directors of the Lincoln County e Stock Fnir AMoeiation met nt tho Wednesday afternoon and perfected arrangement for the exhibition to be held on Tut.day and Wednesday, July 12 nml 13. They accepted the programme, which had Icon rej.orted by the committee the dny before, and which enn bo seen by :i glanco at our (list jxige. It was decided that no per cent, would be taken from the premium, n is usually the ruse, and it will be seen that tho-.- who tecum one will havo inito n nice roll of money. Tho committee appointed to see to the putting up of the nmpithentre and arranging the grounds reported that they had done their work and that everything would be in readiuebS before the bell taps on Tuesday, July 12. Other smaller matters were attended to and it looks now to n man up n tree liku Old Lincoln will havo as as good n Fair as the rest of them. Let overybody help. It mav be tho beginning of a permanent and prosperous association. Court-Housu resort, Cook's Springs, this sunimcr. D.ui Stngg shipped n few days ago 3 of lambs bought of It. K. Gaines, Georj Pleasant, George Wm. Abraham nnd Dick Collier, averaging about 70 pounds, nt ojc. Most all the wheat ha been cut nnd is now in snug little shocks waiting for the thresher, which will bo nlong by the last of this week or tho first of next. Some crops have been disposed of nt 70 to 7."c; some little smut reported. Mr. David Contnnt, of Wellington, r Ohio, WHd the guest of Mrs. Ann n few days ni:o. Out of 13 applications Miss Viruie White wns ti warded the Goshen school. S. G. Burton, Ksq., cnino up from Somerset Saturday to see We are pleased to my Mrs. his bride. G. C. Given is recovering from n severe attack of sickness. We lmd a call n few evenings ago from Miphf!, Lillie.Stvg.ir, Tump Stuart, May ami Kva' Buchanan, of Crab Orchard, accompanied by Mira Ussie Burch, of your city, all of whoo melodious voices couid be heard singing "Comrades" ns they entered into our midst. Very sweet, itidewl, ladies, call ngnin. Mr. Win. Gooch hns bought n fine parlor or gan. Miss Mamie King will assist Col. Dan Slaughter in entertaining hlsguests nt Clroon Brinr next week. G. S. Gaines and Mrs. H. M. Ballon, of Lancaster, spent the first if the week with their parents, Mr. nml Mrs. B. W. Gaines. Mr, J, A. Dudderar, our genial "Juno Apple Dumpling," went over to to return with his handsome wife. Mih Botisio Ynntis, everybody's little favorite, accompanied them home. s Dud-derw- LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Mr. Bob Hamilton has bought out Tiik tanvillea and Interior Journals will cross batfl nj,'aiii this afternoon at ltoohubter Park. Gmno called nt 51:150. OTtr boys will mnke tho ellort of their lives. Go nml encourage them. . Submit J. X. Mknkpki: has received a letter from Tojciis inquiring for tho relatives of George Sweeney, who shot and killed himself iu'Grenr county, that State, on the Mth. He has some property that they can net if they can prove tbo'r right. He left hero 25 years nj;o. m m k J. M. Hail sold to Mrs. J. W. Adams and her daughter, Mrs. ltobert Uhappell, the lteynolds hom-- and lot Mu. o Main street, this side of tho .nnraoiiHgf, lor 5i,otw. inoro is sum- Kent lto ud on which to build another residence and they will soon begin tho on Lowt-- r erection of one. a i reor-gilnizu- recently went to pieces, hns beon with the following companies: i Woolridgo Standard I'tml "1 CM" Branch Jellico Coal , Falls JellieoCo Co., Eht T.nnehBco Coal Co., Main Jellico Coal Co. Tho combination has elected JamtH It. Woohidgo general .luruiii; ger, with headquarters at Knoxvillo. The Proctor Coal Co. has gone out of r,o combine. The manager statca that combination is to minimize the cost the of the production of coal nml to boa eorvo the public Tub S'.niliern Jelhco Conl Co., which There is u movement on foot among COLUMBIA OR HARTFORD some of our citizens to form u stock company, purchase tho rooms over tho BICYCLE. stores of J. G.Sweeney and G. S. Gaines The Columbia is teo well Inown to need cur adand convert them into au Openi House. 'lhe Hnrlford is not ditional recommpudatiun Ek V equaled at the priip We furnish it ithlhe"l This can be done for n comparatively 1'neumutU Tires foriao. small sum and it is bincerely hoped thnt WE SUPPLY EVERYTHIHC NEEDED IN' the idun will bo carried out. By tearing out tho centre wall and raising tho roof C0NNECTI0OITH BICYCLINC. this would mnko ti splendid hall. LanWrito us when you need FirsUcIass repairing caster certainly needs a hull for public anything. and this is n good anil entertainments & CO., Thero will be no services nt Ml. cheap wuy to get one. Let the good A Cream of Tarter Unking Powder Highest of G. M. ALLISON work proceed. all in leavening strength Latest United State Xenia on Sundny evening nt 3 o'clock 418 WestMnln Street, Dr. Tom Hood is nble to bo up town (iorcrouient Kxxi Ilcpurt. ltev. A. V. Sizemoro is preaching nt ROYAL rtAKINO POWDERCO., Logan's Creek in a protr.ictod meeting guin, ufter u long spell of sickness. Mrs. too Wall street, New York. LOUISVILLE, - - - - KY. Kv-n- Bbttbii (Ji'iT. Wo luivu always fel proud of our namesakes, tho Interior Journals, and still feel n paternal interest in each player in tliu nine, but not withstanding this we aro thoroughly of tho opinion they can t play ball nml rather than be tho tail end of the League as it U more than probable that they will, we, with interest of the club nt heart, suggest that wo give up tho ghost. Wo have good players and with them could win, but the older bends aro, so strongly opposed to tho giuno thnt tho boys aro handicapped and when It is "piny nml loose your job, or not play and hold it," they see tho necessity of niving up tho popular sport. Twelve to nothing was tho scoro. Holorau, our pitcher, had a sore arm nnd Kwing was put in tho box. Kloven runs were made oil' of him in three innings, when Holo-rnwns compelled to go in and oven with sore arm, only ono run was made in the last six innings. Mcltoherts catch of a long Hy, when ho had to mnko n lengthy run, was tho onlv feature on tho part of our hoys, nnd the errors they made weru iu numberless as tho sands of tho seashore. Mr. It. G. umpired i(ud while there was some complaint on his decisions, not ono of our boys beliovo but what ho was sincere in his convictions. tho stage lino between Lancaster nml Danville. Mr. ltobert Guliey, of Buckeye, has been granted a pension ,rn't the rate of $12 per month. Randolph Harris, one of the Record typos, was kicked on the leg by a horse and painfully injured. Ho is able to get about. The Lancaster Cornet Band is progressing nicely. The members will shortly engigo the services of Prof. Herman Trottt, of Lexington, ns teacher. Tho union meeting will bo held at the Christian cliurch next Sundny afternoon at ;j:,!0 o'clock, ltev. J. It. Tercy will conduct the services. In the county court Monday the will of Miss Anna Goodloo wns admitted to probate and D. M. lackey appointed administrator with tho will annexed. The Barnes troupe left for Green Brinr Springs Wednesday morning. Tho lectures here on Monday and Tuesday owning were vi 11 attended nnd highly enjoyed. Tho residence of Mr. W.J. Itomnns, on Richmond street, caught fire Thursday morning about 0 o'clock, but tho Humes were soon extinguished. A defective Hue, ns usual, was tho cause. Mr. X. C. Carroll and Miss Lucy Harlow, of .Madison county, were married nt the county clerk's office Monday afternoon by ltev. Tercy. Mr. John Myers Furra acted as master of ceremonies. Tho Boone Club, which meets every Ith of July, will go into camp on Dix river Saturday nml remain until Monday Wo understand that each evening. member will keep his eyea skinned for Huiners. to Danville. Mr. Bud Crook, of Richmond, was in town thfs week. Miss Katie Moore, a beauty of Lower Garrard, is visiting Mrs. George Liwson. Mr. Alex Bvazloy, of Crab Orchard, was hero Monday. Misses Amanda Anderson, Maggie Hackley nnd Lillie Dale leave Monday for n visit to Like Chautauqua. Several Lancaster people attended tho Barnes meeting nt Green Briar this week. Judge S S.Myers, of Stanford, whs in town this week in the interest of the Mutual Life Insurance Co. John Lay ton, u citizen of McCronry, who is the owner of n fine farm and other valuable property was beforo Police Judge Hemphill, charged with violations of tho ordinance of the town relating to the sale of liquors. John Harris, the negro who was tried and convicted on the same charge n short time ngo, swore thnt Layton wns n partner with him in tho Bale of liquors, fn procuring n license from the United States Harris swore that he (Harris) was the only member of the fit m nnd the license wns issued in his name alone. It was proven by divers witness's of the high est standing, one of whom was colored, that Harris' character in the community was bad in every respect. Layton sworo that he was not n partner of Harris nnd hnd no interest in the business whatever. That he only loaned Harris money and went his security in order to get money thnt Harris was owing him. After hearing tho testimony and arguments of counsel, Layton wos fined $o0 in 77 cases, which lines were replevied nnd nn appeal taken to the circuit court. J. Mort Rothwell represented the town and Gen. Lnndram the defendant. The Xational Tribune says that "Gen. E. Burd Grubb is booh to return from his minHion to Spain and when he reaches his summer residence nt Park he will bo accorded a martial reception, worthy of his military greatness." The exact extent of he general's military greatnef-- is not known, but n military contractor hns the decorations in charge and the dwplay of ihgs and furbelows ami the trappings of war will be such ns to bring joy to the henrt of any son of Mars. Everybody has heard of grubs ami grub wurms; of birds of all sorts and siz, hut as the name of Gen. Grubb is not mentioned in the pciFonal memoirs of Uenerals Grant, Sherman or Sheridan, the question naturally arisos, who is Gen. E. Burd Grubb that ho should be the recipient of such distinguished honors? In what great battles of the war did he had the armies to victory? Whs he a general or wns he a modern Fahtail who scented tho battle from afar? Is he not the same conquering hero who married in England while on his way to his mission and had his attendants clad in full with drawn sabres? Grub ! E. Burd Grubb Burd Grubb General E. Burd Grubb! Welcome, thrice welcome to the land, of your military exploits. Tho provision in the new requiring all elections to be held in Xovember, will interfere seriously with the peddlers of ginger cakes nnd watermelons. It was tho custom of our good old colored Dinahs, from the time where of the memory of man runneth not to the contrary, to be on hand with a bountiful bpreud of cakes, accompanied by numerous casks of sweet cider, on the fust Mondnv in August, the day fixed by law for tho annual elections. Though rather early for ttie crop watermelons were usually to be had at unreasonable prices; but the ardent admirer of the fruit was not slow to show-binpprecintion of the same by purchasing regardless of cost. Theue innovn tious upon customs, that were respectable on account of their antiquity, ar somewhat difficult to realize and the question naturally arises, what is to be offered ns a substitute when the ides of Xovember arrive. The ginger cake is not necehsarily restricted to the month of August. It can be baked nnd eaten at any season of the year, nnd though n little dry can easily be "washed down" by u liberal potation of hard cider. However, as one by one of our ancient rights nre eing taken from us, we can derivo some consolation in the fact that wo nre still permitted to live, move and havo our being. Edge-water s Mire-enough regi-m-jntn- ls Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6tli, 1892. An Full corps cf Conservatory and Xormal School teachers, "uperlur our?es in Literature, Music and Excellent boarding department Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. OPENS SEPT. 14, 1892. protestors and instructor, eight courses of study as follows Asrtcultnral, Scientific, Hlological, Civil EnginoerinK, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. County appointee received free of tuition Hoard in dormitories Si per weelc; in private families $3 50 to 4. For catalogues apply to JAS K. PATTERSON, Ph D., Pros , Lexington, Ky. Twenty-seve- n YOU SHOULD .Our stock of. .We have. SEE Gents' Furnishing Goods. EVERYTHING IN SHIRTS, In plain, plaited, puff and neglige. HI ' derwear in town. The best stock of Summer UnScriven's Elastic Seam Drawers are the best. ! )l I ELEGMT LINE MECKWEM Collars, Cuffs and Half Hose. We have added a line of : All new and the latest styles. Remember that Thomas Emmerson's Sons' Shoes are the best. in Mwm DRUGS, 11 : fv SEYERAITCE Sd SOIsT. WljMOBERTS, Druggist and Jeweler : 1 Has a Complete Stock of BOOKS, WALL PAPER, PAINTS 1 ! ! ! ! ! ry v y v v vr TTnsW V V TLsssfrsssssssstTS tm VsJLy , m mi ! ! ! cons-titu-tio- it 'MU) K7nHX& sXSX-sNvXHk- for to me." 111 Infants 31. and I Children. 4 jt 'CjtorlissowcUadaptltochildrcntha,t well-bake- d Irtcoamenaitiurloctoatvprriptlon II. A. Ancnen, D., So. Oxford St., BrooUyn, N, Y, Cantorln cures Colic, Constipation, I gestion, I TViUiout iujurious medication. 'gTot 77 Tub Ckjt.aur Company, Slurray Street, N. Y- - 4 .i 1 s NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. MY ENTIRE STOCK AT REDUCED RATES Those needing adjusted Watches can get the following movements $20; No. S6 at prices stated: B. W. Raymond's $ 16; No. Elgin $20; John C. Duber $14, Hampden; John C. Duber special All work neatly Si 7, Hampden. Other movements in proportion. ROBT. FENZEL. and promptly done. Call and see me. 50-Elgi- a. c. SINE SINE SESli Rouh & In the L'nitvd States tlu-t- are 073,-0Free Masons nnd GJ7.471 Odd Fel lows. James Miller, postmaster at Gauloy Bridge, Fayette county, W. Va., wns appointed by President William Henry Hnrrison. He has served continuously under every president since o 13 MENEFEE, nDE.ijEiiis insr J. N MENEFKE DOORS WERE MB BLINDS. and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets and Verandah Work. WOVBIT Jy Cj AXTD SLAT FBITCB. w xTuvviijjvv ROYAL :'.M a t Bow o The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky Office and Yard Depot Street, - - - Stanford, Ky; If jou wish to enjoy the "out door life" to tho fulltwt extent, ride a 5AKlH POWDER m 9 IS W f Absolutely Puro H.i-.i- -- ii HARRISON AND RED). Tho Two Ohoson Londors of tho ! MISS MORGAN AND JOURNALISM. WOMAN'S WORLD. ,1ISS Republican Party. In (Important Kvents tho Cnreer of tho Nominee Sir. Iteld's Suece ns a Newspaper Man nnd a Diplomat. am-Ilto- Jlenjamln Harrison was born In II n county, O., August 20, 1S88. IIo was graduated at the Oxford (O.) university and studied law for two years in Cincinnati. In 1851 ho went to Indianapolis, which city ho has since made 0ijZd PRESIDENT HARRISON. reporter of the supreme court of Indiana in 1SG0, six years after ho had begun the practice of his profession. Soon after this, however, he joined the union army, in which he was commissioned a second lieutenant. He was one of tho seventy-fiv- e thousand volunteers who answorcd President Lincoln's call. After a short service he organized Company A, of the Seventieth Indiana volunteer infantry ami was nppointc 1 colonel. IIo was mustered out in June,lM55, with the rank of brigadier general. He-turni- his home. Mr. Harrison was elected to civil life lie discharged tho In 1S70 duties of court reporter for four years. ho was a candidate for governor on the republican side, but was defeated. He was appointed on the Missis- sippi river commission in 1870. Mr. Harrison was elected United States senator for Indiana in 1SS0 as the successor of Joseph E. McDonald and took his seat on March 4, 1SS1. His term of service expired March 3, 1SS7. In 1SSS ho was nominated by the republicans for tho presidency and was elected over Grover Cleveland, who was renominated by tho democrats. Jacob Whitelaw Reid, republican nominee for vice president, is editor in 'chiof and one of the proprietors of tho New York Tribune. He was born in Nonia, O., in October, 1837. Ills parents gave him a good education. At the ago of fifteen he entered tho Miami university at Oxford, Butler county, where he was graduated in 1830. He began tho .J A CO II WHITELAW REID. - ' r active duties of life as principal of the graded schools in South Charleston, Clark pounty, in the same state, but did not continue in this occupation long. In 18G7 ho bought the Xonia News and did such good work on that journal as to give it a reputation vrido as the state. This led to Ins engagement by the Times and Gazette of Cincinnati and the Herald of Cleveland as their Columbus correspondent. The war gave him an opportunity of distinguishing himself as a correspondent at the front. He served the Cincinnati Gazette in this capacity, and in IS02 a stockholder of that journal, the publication of which he subsequently asslstod in the capacity of associate editor. His connection with the New Yorlc,Tribune began with hi being the editor in charge of its Washington bureau. He ventured upon the publication of a volume in the year ISO.. It was entitled: " After the War A Southern Tour," and recorded observations made in company with Chief Justice Chase on nn extensive range of travel. Iteid published another book in 1S0S, " Ohio in tho War," a work of considerable length and value. HG became permanently au editor on the staff of the Tribune in 1S70, and when Horace Greeley was a candidate for tho presidency he assumed tho position of managing editor. Mr. Held is a wealthy man. lie married tho daughter of D. O. Mills, many times a millionaire, and lives in fine 6tyle in an district In New aristocratic York. President Harrison appointed Mr. Held minister to France, and he has proved a successful and exceedingly popular diplomat. A few weeks since Mr. Reid returned from Trance after having resigned Ids position. be-caup-tow- Writer Pnjm to Wouiun Worthy nnd rtcupectful Tribute. And now n word, for Miss Midy Morgan. There wero women writers on the press whon sho came here, but notmnny I met her in 10'J or IS70. Wo discussed tho question of women in journalism tit My own experience in somo length. that direction hud boon peculiarly happy Upon the stuff of the Now York Star tho best writer on labor matters was Mrs. Hannh MoL. Shepliard, who subso- quently became tho wife of nn erratic gonitis named Wolf. She wroto for us a series of articles on labor and capital which attracted the attention of James Gordon Bennett, who took tho unusual step of ascertaining who tho individual was who could so aptly and ably handle that tremendous question. Mrs. Calhoun, 1 think, nt that timo was writing on The Tribune Wo hud not, however, tho multiplicity of women, many of whom aro tho merests chits of girls, in Some of tho employ of newspapers. thoso young womeu today do excellent work. 1 think of tho names of at least n dozen who nro quite the peers of many of their masculine companions, and whoso work in sdmo respects is as good as any that has over appeared in any of tho New York journals. When Miss Morgan came it wn3 different, nnd as sho found pleasuro in writing upon a subject which no other woman had ever touched here, thuro was added to her unique personality an element of sensationalism which mado her n very much talked of individual. Breeders of horses throughout the couutry, ns indeed throughout the civil ized world, know her well by sight, many of them had tho honor of her personal acquaintance, and all read her writings with respect. The ordinary reader, however, probably never saw her. Sho was quite six feet tall, notico-ablsparo in figure, with very long nrni9 aud very long legs. Sho dressed queerlyi I never saw her without an unibrella- in her hand and n package of papers under her arm. Sho was industrious, reliable, intelligent and perfectly conversant with tho details of her specialty. Her death camo to mo as a great surprise. It is but a few weeks since 1 ha.', quito n talk with her, and she seemed then us bright and as cheery ns ever. 1 am glad to know that the good woman saved somo of her hard should bo better earned money, and pleased if 1 could jilso know that she had spent it freely upon her own personal comfort and convenience. But the thought suggested by tho report of Miss Morgan's death is that during her twenty-twyears of experience hero she saw a wonderful revolution in respect of women at work. Tho difficulty encountered by woman writers is, first, tho selfishness of man 1 will give you a brief illustration. Somo years ago a piece of work was dona which attracted tho attention of every newspaper in tho city, subsequently in tho country, and later on in tho world. If that work hnd been done by me, tho paper would have cheerfully paid nil my expenses and $2.o(X) with thanks. As it was. having been done by a woman, it was with great difficulty she obtained $300 and tho barest recognition possible. In some newspaper offices women aro employed as solicitors of advertising, coupled with tho duties of "writing up" the advertising establishment. My own judgment is that thut is not good policy, and my ndrico to women writers is that they look at tho world precisely as their brothers of the quill look at it. Tho tendency of our fashion writers and our society gossips is to gush, to flatter, to beslathir with fulsome praiso. which is often a source of great unuoy-ancto tho party written nbont, and provocative of a sniff of contempt from the reader. Thero is no earthly reason why tho women who havo to pay tnxea and bear their share of tho civic burden shouldn't have the right to determine who shall bo the ruler, who shall bo the servant, precisely as tho men havo it. Common sense comes into all mattors and regulates in the ultimate everything and everybody. Women as doctors for othor women, as nurses, ns matrons, women as telegraphers, stenographers, clerks, women, in other words, for whatever they can physically do, ought to bo wolcomed, nnd aro welcomed by men of sense and understanding. If wo can put tho ballot into tho hand of a man who can neither read nor speak tho English language, if wo can intrust that high duty to a foreign born individual after he has been in this couutry seven yours, I think wo would make no mistuko in intrusting it to n bright, quick witted American girl after she has years. had an experienco of twenty-on- e It was Miss Morgan's privilege to sco her sex advance many steps upon tho ladder of improvement upon tho social scale, and to fiud hundreds of them literally in th" paths which, when sho began, eho trod almost alone. Joseph Howard m New York Recorder. A New York y undergraduates' education for the two They becauso tho dead whiteness that used to under all circumstances. observed and considered tho exist- be peculiar to a communcouieut costume have sexes F011 LITTLE PEOPLE. IIU Iloynt lllghuea. On iho 0th of May tho littlo crown princo of Germany, eldest boh of tho WILLARD METHODIST WRITES TO THE CONFERENCE. I'littlng Awny Heavy Clntl.lnjj Women ut Ynlo Tho Amor Will A I.lttlo Sullor Hoy IiitereKtltiK Item About Women In Public I.lfo nml ut tho rtrenldo. Frances E. Willurd, tho president of tho Woman's Christian Temperance union, was excluded from tho Methodist general conference in iat8. with four other women delegates, becauso of hor sox. A lotter from Miss Willard to tho Id created a good Omaha World-Her- a deal of discussion at the recent sossion Sho said in of tho Methodists. snb-stanc- o: one-thir- d If ldid uot believe that the of men ami women as tho laity of tho Methodist church would bo to tho great advantage ot the church as a whole, I should never have declared for that side This goes in tho great controversy. without saying, 1 think, on tho part of all tho good Methodist peoplo who havo devoted thought and effort to tho movement in tho last years. 1 havo always believed that tho word "laity" meant the men nnd women who wero in tho church and wero not ministers, anil that an explicit aud clear explanation ot this definition was made in tho Discipline. No argumentation has moved my mind in tho slightest degreo concerning this view, and 1 am confident that it will he hold by historians when tho smoke and din of tho battle shall have cleared away. Tho common ethics of tho outside world would bo sufficient to teach that it is not just for of a church to exclude from representation in tho making of the laws by which they nro controlled tho two-thirds. ing facts, and in view of them have taken what they believe to bo a dosini-bl- o course for nil tho highest interests in tho case. The decision to which they have como is to open the grnduate or, as they aro frequently called, tho postgraduate courses of study lending to tho degree of doctor of philoMipuJ- to enndi-Jate- s of both sexes. These oaudldates jro to be graduates of colleges, or, m exceptional citt. by special pormission. other persons of liWrul oducutlon. Tho tnmilan- of such exceptional casos in tho past hits lecn very small, the wfiolo ImkIv of students in the courses, substantially, being college graduate. No others have Ihsoii admitted whose progross and attainments huvo not been ascertained to bo abundantly stiilleiont to qualify them for pursuing the studies, and also for pursuing them on equal terms with their associates who have obtained the bachelor's degreo. Tho young women, accordingly, who will le received will be of an age ami at a Ma of development and progress which an' beyond tho undergraduate period. They will bo. like the young men of tho graduate department, iorsons who are giving themselves to special studies much af tor tho same mnnuor as professional students who devoto themselves to tho work of tho professional schools. Forum. - other - 1 o I huvo never doubted tho outcome in a church so large, open hearted aud clear headed us tho one founded by Susanna Wesley's son. It is only a question of time, and I do not think that tho time is going to bo long; tokens aro on every hand to prove this, and the Umaha conference has given nut a few already. It is my earnest hojw th.it the conference will vote that iho word "laity" means, in respect to delegates, just what it has always meant in the common acceptation of the term, namely, thoso members of the church who are This is tho very simple, not ministers. reasonablo and just way out of tho present controversy, which to my mind was wholly unnecessary, and is to be greatly regretted, except that it has caused a great amount of reflection, aud has procured "an arrest of thought" among hundreds of thousands of well Yours, for tho intentionod minds. Methodist of the future, etc. n A Monkey' Revenge. mon- key tribe: One was kept tied to a stake in tho suburbs of Havana, in a placo where ho was repeatedly robbed of Ills food by crows. One day he lay still on the ground, pretending to bo dead. Tho crows were allowed to steal to their hearts' content until tho artful simian was suro they were In reach. Instantly ho grabbed ono by tho leg, and, despite its loud calls for help, literally plucked every feather from tho luckless bird and then (lung it towards its screaming companions. trates the reasoning power of tho The following anecdote clearly illus- Putting Away lleity Clothing. The moth is tho bane of tho housekeeper, but iyer all it is not difficult to escape its inroads. Tho mother moth flies about in search of a suitable pluce to deposit her eggs, and sho solects woolen fabrics or fur and likes it all tho better if it is soiled. Tho grub onco out of tho egg feeds on what is nearest it, and so wo find an assortment of holes where we loft solid cloth. Now, if garments aro put away clean and absolutely free from moths' eggs nnd are protected from tho flying moths, they aro safe without camphor or any of tho disagreeable odors that aro resorted to. A number of stout calico Imgs tewed up with double seams and tied tightly at the top with tapes are most useful. Let all bo distinctly labeled, and not bo so large but that each ono can bo devoted to ono class of garments. For in stance, imagine tho convenience of a row of bags hung np in your storeroom, ono labeled children's woolen stockings, another woolen hoods, tippets nnd mittens, and so on. How easy to get them the moment they aro wanted, without diving to the bottom of a miscellaneously filled trunk. Coats, dresses, etc., that must not bo tumbled, may be nicely folded, wrapped in newspaper and laiu in largo paicr boxes, labeled and put on tho closet shelf. Long bags, tho full length of dross or cloak, with hanging loops nt top, save from creasing ns well as from dust nnd moths. Blankets should bo washed iti tho spring rather than the fall, and put away in bags, always leaving out enough for tho cold nights that occur evon in bummer. They can be kept safe and neat in pillow cases, always within reach when needed. Tho windows of a storeroom or closet should bo protected against moths and flies by a fino netting. A good way to discover tho presence of moths, and also to destroy them, is to placo a lighted candlo in n basin of water. The moths will bo attracted by tho Maine and will drop into tho water. Tho burning of camphor gum or sulphur will destroy insects. The basin of wator is always necessary as a safeguard against fire. In that placo your littlo iron iot, half filled with ashes, aud tho camphor or sulphur. Saturate thin with alcohol and set it afire. Have the room closed tightly Two Way of Preventing: 3Ioth. whilo tho smoking is going on, nnd bo Moths are a pest of Now York and suro no ono inhales tho fumes. Next in Brooklyn houses; eternal vigilanco is tho effacy to this is tho Persian insect price of safety from them, and sometimes powder. But after all these precautions, that is not enough. Two women recent- ono moth may find its way into a closet ly discussing moth preventives or pro- or chest, and tho close bag or wrapper is tectors found safety in different meth- tho only safeguard. New York Exods. One packed her winter clothing aminer. after thoroughly airing and lookiug over Aduilnxlon of Women to Ynle. in clean barrels, whose crevices, if nn she carefully pasted over with newspaAfter a vigorous review of tho obpers; when the barrel was filled a news- stacles which havo opposed tho higher paper was securely pasted over tho top. education of women in this country, and tho parcel was moth proof. President Dwight, of Yale, explains thai Tho second used old trunks, with any tho graduate courses at Yale havo been broken places carefully protected with opened to both sexes, aud is careful to newspapers, nnd sprinkled naphtha over add that by this action "tho university each garment as it was laid in, finishing does not propose to introduce changes in with a layer of uewsimpor at the top tho undergraduate lifo or to instituto well doused with tho naphtha. Each any now system which will in any sense had "never had a thing eaten by moths.' establish what is called coeducation." Tho naphtha advocate urged caution in Just what Yale has done, President its use. No match or light must bo Dwight explains as follows: brought near while tho sprinkling procTho authorities of this university have ess is going oti nor until tho placo has not attempted in connection with their been well aired. Her Point of yiow in nctiou to decide tho questiou of tho beat possiblo method of carrying forward .Mv ork Times. o Mr 4. Drayton uml thu Ator Wilt. The ignoring of Mrs. Coleman Drayton in tho will of her father, tho lutu William Astor, has boon a sevoro shock to the lady's many friends. Just how it has affected Mrs. Drayton herself is not definitely ki own, hut it is surmised that it is something of a shock to her. In any event, it has "set society agog." It has also clouted an immense amount oi symtnthy fur Mrs. Drayton, and served lointetisifv tliuHjpulurpiojudiceugaiust tho Astoi system of will making. If it woio nu tmiiily other than the Aston the will would undoubtedly bo contested as it ought to be. It has uot been pmve.l that Mrs. Drayton is guilty under thu indictment, tumid against hur, and however iiuh-I- i the Maries may affect her standing with the family, they do giuttll) disliu b her legal status as an heir. No act thut the late William Astor could have committed in tho matter of disusing of Ins estate could have Wen more tmoxje-ctethan this, and scarcely more nniHipnlar. Mrs. Drayton, suddenly pluuged from her exulted position in society, is staggering under a heavy cross, ami this slight from her father no doubt adds to it a hundred fold. To be sure the $.'(0,000 which sho was to havo received will go to her children, and Mrs. Drayton says she-halready received large sums of money "on account." and is satisfied. But her friends know that sho is putting as good a face on the matter as jiossiblo. It is well for Mrs. Drayton that she drew largely on her sharo during the lifetimo of her fathor, otherwise she would havo fared badly. As she gets nothing in tho will, tho clause which disinherits the heir who makes a contest has no terrors for hor. She is disinherited if she docs and disinherited if she doesn't. John A. Cockorill in Now York Recorder. fectively in the goods. Fine nun's veiling, cashmere and broadcloth ur chen among the woolen stuffs, and if a silk should bo selected one i.f swrah or China I do not adviio tulle, is iHirmissible. unless, indeed, it is to l worn at some celebration afterward, for, although it is extremely pretty, it cnil.es very onsily and seems t tear if anybody looks at it. Generally a white tending to crwuu will le found more looming ttuut ths extremely dead white, which cuti only bo worn effectively by girls with dark hair and eyes and pronottr.oL'dly warm oontplexion. Mrs. Mallou in Ladled' Homo Journal. A Wiiiiiiui Kill a Panther. One day lost week Mr. D. M. who lives. on a ranch near the Hemet dam, heard a long continued squealing among her drove of pigs aud, suspecting ?oine depredator, hurried out with a shotgun She was just in time to detain a huge jmnther with a prompt cnlute of her shotgun tu ho was in the act of making off with a pig. .Mrs. Wilkinson, being thoroughly inured to the ways of mountain life, is a good shot, and she succeeded in dispatching the ferocious creature without delay. It is evident by this prompt action that thu lady is possessed of more than ordinary uorvo in not becomiug frightened at so savage an animal. Sail Jacinto (Cal.) Record. is no longor deemed necessary, nnd thote faint bits of color come out most ef- j ! Wil-kinso- u, ut d or tile lllr.K In The ladies belonging to the German Society for the Prevention of Wholesale Slaughter of Birds tor the Purine of Millinery, which is under the protection of Duchess Wilhelm of Mecklenburg, are forming a signed jietitiou, which is to w1 proecntcd to the queen of Italy during her visit to Berlin, begging her majesty to use her influence to prevent the constant slaughter of small bird in Italy, where many of the most beautiful siwc'es have, in comquenco of thw slaughter, become extinct. Hie I'lrit Colored Now II. t. The first novel over produced by a colored woman is the work of Sanih E. Farm, a negroes of about twenty nix years of age, who lives in Chicago. SLe siys that her favorite authors are Holme. Thackeray and DicVens. She is not the only woman of her race who has had sticee in literary work, for IJn B. Willis, of Washington, lias written and published short storivc. aud Mrs. '.'. W. Matthews and Mrs. S. Moaell are both known by their good work on r -- I t!tnieror, was ten years old. Now for this bravo littlo fellow and every ono agrees that ho is a tine loy for this little fellow to lw ton means a groat deal for him, a great deal for tho kingdom nml a very great riwl forms father and mother, who love him. In the first placo, from this day forth he is to havo au Independent household, with hit different tutor and drill nnd riding masters, his military governor and I do not know how many Iwsides. others Ho is never tc havo any more nursos or govorn-oases- , and, while St tlx until he was ton Tiir. jio one was itermitted ever to address him as his royal highness, now everybody U suptwsod to give him his title. But lost and most delightful of nil, especially to him who loved soldiers as dearly as any small wy among us, ha was on his birthday formally presented by his father to tho First regiment of guards as their Crown Prince. I know how his little heart must havo thumped, nnd I am uro lefore ho left tho palace Ills mother, tho empress, must have looked at him with pride as ho turned about and walked up and down before her with Iris brand new shining uniform and swonl. No one in the kingdom ami no little Indian out on our plains rides better than this fearless little prince. And what do you suppoo I read alnnit him too? That he loves to collect ostag stamp just as much ns any of you. Now York World. WJ c yv Wj' - t n A Diilut.v I.lttlo lluttereiit. A dainty and fascinating littlo crea- as A I.lltlu Sullor Itoy. For the boy who has left off skirts of all kinds, and feels that he knows a great deal more than his father, the suit continues in vogue. The regulation blue serge is Used for it, and following au English fashion it is pretty enough brightened oithor by scarlet collar and cuffs, or the regulation white ones. A gallant littlo sailor lad, who is dressed in kueo breeches of dark blue serge, which, by the bye, the sailor doe not wear, and a loose blouse of the Mine material interests us. Tho deeji collai is of scarlet cloth, thu ends of it hardly hhowing in front, although it extends far down in the back: where the sailor's bare neck would show a plastron of red is set in. The knot toil tio is of dark Lino silk. The sleeves aro comfortably full, and aro plaited in at tho wrists to cuff of scarlot. The stockings aro very dnrk bluo, and the shoes are good, sturdy onei, with flat heels, that will ponnit my gentleman to take many a walk abrond. The hat which ho holds in his hand as ho makes his good morning to you is a Tam of blue serge, like his clothes, and has on its baud in bright ml letteas thu name of tho ship uioii which he is supposed to sail, but which is really dragged along ignoininiously by a string. However, if ho finds happiness in this amusement, bo very thankful, my friend, for illusions go from us only too quickly. Mrs. Mallou in Ladiea' Homo Journal. A Ilofttun Ulrl'H High Note. Miss Evangelino Florence hails from Boston, nnd hor chiof title to notico is ture monopolised much of thu attention of the H'cu)s4Uts of the reviewing stand near the Wi.rth monument on Deoorn-tioDay. It was a human bnttercup- -a little girl not more than five years old attired from top to toe in the golden hue of the buttercup. Her little frock of silken texture glistened in tho sunlight like a real dew laden buttercup. Her tiny hies were golden in color, and on the sprite's curly head was a jaunty All High! TIioiimiimI Dollar .lob. little Itat of j allow covered all over with Mitm Ride at t, of California, is oue of buttercup. A sweet and roguish face tho women now at work on the oxjkv IvuH.d from lxMieath the hat, and the sition i; rounds at Chicago. Having won restless activity ami continuous prattle by competitive test the right to make of the child gavo some of the occnMint.i tho group of statuary tiuit are to orna- of the stand more til ensure than did the ment the roof of the Woman's building, procession. New York Timed. she 1ms arranged her irudio in Horticul An lttoiiieut Girl I'rrurhiT. tural hall, a.iii is at work npon the two, groups and one simnoM. which are to Taunio Edwanls, the little girl preach- ln toproditced several times in the or who is creating such an tacitemcut scheme of decoration. Misa Hideout will at Gosjiort, and who is but fourteen receive iJJ.SOO for her wwrk. Chicago yean of age, has lieeti preaching for the Lottvr. past four years. Her home is at Louisville. Sho claims to have received hur A VIcoiiln Innovation. Bible by close study Some unique features were introduced knowledge of thois conceded to surpass and prayer, and nt the wedding of Mis Angle May Par many divines of mature years. Whilo . ratt to the Rev. Albert W. Bolt, at her father and mother Beside the maid of honor, U-- t she is a Methodist,Baptist denomination. Iwloug to thu man, four hridemAids and four libbers a romp with the children Miss Frances Darling, of Ajipleton, act- She eujoys during her leisure hours, but is n power ed tho Mirt of Queen Yemu, dremed in with a jeweled crown on in the pulpit, aud the church cannot classic Indianapolis tho crowd. her head.. Hur irnrt wa to bring tho News. minieter from some hidden retreat. Ne,l nml Hilly. Milwaukee Journal. Wo hail a lamb named Billy, who Her Im1 WUli. had thu range of our lawns. lie would Mrs. Harriet Sanford, who dlifcl re- leave the most delicious clover to get cently at Plymouth. Muss., at the age of the soft liand of Ned on his head. They ninety, was, in accordance with her would walk off together, talking aftii wishes, not to he buried until the Mtn they understood each other thoroughly. had gone down on the day set for Iter At any rate Billy reseated the least burial. Mrs. Satifordi several yearn ago lnoildling with Ned, but would lay hi went to Bristol, picked out her tumb-ston- o lianl head on tho lwy's, knees, and look and hd it lettered aud jmt in up into his fncu with a world of affecplaco in the cemetery. havu seen them stretched on tho tion. grass together, with Neil's head on his Not Afrulil or the t'nliir.v Number. friend's woolly sides. Mary E. Siencor Thirteen girl graduates from Monut iu St. Lonis Auburn Yoiiug Ladies' institute, of CinA PeiuiHt l'nrt. cinnati, banqueted on Sat unlay night, For a rainy day a jieanut jwtrty is defying in every itoihle way omens of They walked under a ladder, quickly mauaged, and is great sport. ovil. broke a loir or, raised umbrellas in the The invitations may be folded small and house, had thirteen waiters and caused pi't inn large ueauut shell. Iich guest is provided with a bag, which may lo thu orchestra to play thirteen pieces. quickly made by the girls with tarlotau, Tho wearing of shoes with soles heavy and worsted or silk drawstrings. Tho enough to prevent a cooling of the feet peanuts are hidden everywhere through is uxtreiiitily important. The extent to the rooms, and a simple prize is given to which tho wearing of thin soled shoes tho loy or girl finding tho most, with prevails in the winter months', especial-l- some grotesque ono each to tho pair findamong ladies, is calculated to mako ing tho fewoat. Mrs. P. II. Welch in us wonder tit tho endurance of human Brooklyn Standard Union. . n ttewa-poHr- s. -- Oak-field- i't 1 Globe-Democr- at y lifo. voico of any singer now before tho public. If wo nllow for the enhancement that sho posessos probably tho highest of pitch which has taken place since the year 1770, tho feats of Agujari havo been fully equaled by Miss Florence. Sho touched tho high B natural in in the presence of a small audience a few days beforo tho concert, and at tho concert itself, in a "Uussinn Nightingale" song by AlabiofT, sang the high G and A flat in tho concluding cadenza without any undtto effort. Quito as remarkable as tho extraordinary rango of Mies Florence's voico was her disinclination to make any special parade of it. Although sho sang half a dozen times, it was only in tho ono song wo havo mentioned that she gavo practical proof of tho possession of this Eiffel register. And although tho audionco, which was packed with singers nnd Binging masters, would gladly havo heard her again, she declined nn encore. Manchester (England) Guardian. altis-6im- o Sybil Sanderson, daughter of Judge Sanderson, of Snn Francisco, is tho only soprano in tho world who makes higher tones than Putt I. Sho is a tall, willowy girl, with a throat liko a white pillar, gold blond hair and black oyos. Miss Soon tho frou frou and tho faugh faugh of the untidy, unwholesome aud altogether unsuitable pavement trail will be gone nnd, to whisper a secret, nobody will bo quite so glad as tho women who woro it. Exchange. The sir una wnrm ftil thu cloud More, tew. The Mnts were rhlrplta; nml hopping; Ami eurj thltii: mi.i pretty nml now When Dolly nail I went shopplm;. Our money lxuik was ) el low nml bwoct With its dsuilellon dollars, go nu hurried away to (iiirilun street To look for some, cults aud collars. Shopping ulth Holt. vf At The wife of John Delano, of tho London Times, suggested tho obituary column, of which hor husband playfully allowed her tho income that finally grow-tnu imposing sum. o v. 'W pwijiC. t, Graduation (iou'll. Tho very general liking shown for muslins has mado tho embroidored nnd daughters. printed muslin a favorite for graduation When tho now elevnted road is opened gowns. Thoso having palo pink or bluo in Chicago the day ticket Rollers nro to decoflowers sprinkled upon them and uppoar-aucrated with ribbon in harmony aro liked. bo young women of uttractivo o. Tho swell girl buys a now belt as often an sho buys now gloves, .hint now thoro is a fancy for very narrow belta to bo worn with silk waists and cloth ' ' dresses. Tho queen of Denmark is an enthusiastic musician, nnd pusses lior leisure hours pluying piano duets with her For a enp I loiiKht her a great roil rose, I'm ccrtnln it truve her pleasure, Aud for lad) slippers to tit her toes I was careful 'o Icavo her Measure; And I told tho spiders to spin somo lace As strniif- - ns other folks mako it, Aud to sew tho beads of dew in place, Aud then we'd bo Kind to take it. . Euuora S. Ilumstenil In St. Nicholas. ""Why, 'Boo-hoo- Willie, why aro you crying sor Mamma won't lejb l mo havo . tuy sugar on my honey," Harpers Young People. I , f ... j Semi-Week- ly ment Ii secured. nw principle -r- tKulatitij the brer, of elus lKilntSii; Skc 15. For ptirtioscs of nationnl de- Acton Inwclt thro'igh the nerves A new .vermnni uir firurm nindo bytlio ileiito- - fense nuil tho promotion of commerce be- stomach and Ilr Miles' lills speedily cure bilious. discovery to modify it iiiire-tween the states, wo recognizo the carlv ness bid taite, idVpid liver, piles, crnstipntlon. Stanford, Ky., JuiA 1. lrfUi-- 1 , cmts of tlif iihim oiins4lri fitittirt in the tllnvtlon of constmulnii of the Nicaragua cannl ami Uncqusled for men, women, children, "small,, rv' TIXW IIIRtoritll 1111(1 ellWI'Hr intttltlfrU" its protection against foreign control as of miMest, surest Fifty doses aj cenu. Simple mmmmmmmmmmmm t A K I'enny's ttirttl uokU iliiit enter Into irem-ni- l poii. great importance to the I'nited States. Hninptioii, mid wt tiri'tni-- ItH n oih Sm 10- .- We recognize the world's Coof tin-tlmt will follow lumbian e.xKsitinu as a national undertin net Ion of tin? peoplo In cntrtMinK taking of vast Iiiiortame, In Which the tMrtviTto t lie DcnnxTHtlc party. Hint' tin genera! government Iws invited the We will py the above reward for any case of McKlnley tmitr wwit Into MIODLEBURG, CASEV COUNTY. then of tin nations of tho world, and ap- Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, In- Imvt ten rnlin tlons of Huge of lnlior preciating the acceptance by many such dieeitlon, Oxiistiniliun or Co.livpnmi we can not We ileiiv tlmt there hat powers of the Invitation m extended and cure with Wests VrRetsble l.uer IMIs, when the lioro is tliiit picnic wi were to to one mcnw Ufii niiy Im re- - of prtwix-ritto the the broad nud lilierul elTotts being made by directions are snctly compiled with. TMcy are Imvo this month? vegetable and country Mute that tariff went Into opera- them to contribute to the grandeur of the purely Sugar copied. never fail to give sill. taction. Large boxes, contatning jo liiu tncuiiowri nim wliottt ro nix tion. Htnl wo point to tlit (lullue. iiikI .lls- - undertaking, wt are of the oninion that pil, ije llrware of counterfeits and imitations. hI Mrlkes in congress siioiild make Mich neciury flnnn-cla- l I he Kenumc maaufMtnreti only by The ' M1"?' ,h" " 'J1- - "'""I"" nml inn farniPM tire '"rtttini n movu Oil C. nwi tnu,t. HM ,h ll(H. ,,,1,, vvMi. pnivNiou as sh.dl la reciiiiite to the Wet Co., Chlcafo, III. For sale by A John j. It l'en-ntlmt no Viii." 'itvlmt Miiltn1 fif.i.i maliitcuaiice of national honor and imblir ,j.,yr the attention faith. -John Wilehur hm uiovoi. into liin tbeMrKlnle) net. U'eiall the fact ol tlionKHtiul Amerl(niiH to Shi. 17. Popular isltiratioii ls'lng the that new lictiMo nml is the happiest mmi in after the thirty years of restrictive tnn-tlo- only Mife IniIs of iHipulur mitTrage, we : aaliist Importntlont of foiviKii commend to the several stolen mot li'a-ra- l ton ii. "Ask John if he ilrinks nitlk." wealth in exdmiiKe for onr aKricultitral nniropriations for the public s. Ii.mi'. I in pHNluctM. the hoimt and farms of the Prof J. . UniriiiM lHtHly sch'silt am the nur-er- y of wotk country hnt bucoine lHinlentl with a leal the govertitnent and they have always rerudltleiictt reptilntal nml cmpt-iite- r ctUtcinoitifftKeof over two tlioii'diul live ceived thefosU-rincan of tho Democrat it done on the iiigldti nml out nml the Iiuuilrttl mil'-oA new and Complete irentment, toniiitlne of dollar, evclu-U- e of all Hiity, which favors every nn mis other form of indebtedm-- .; that In one intelligence. Krfislom of tslma-tlo- supposiiorics, Ointment in Caisiiles, also in box liou&u looks womlerftilly liuttor atsl pills, a positive cure for I xtcn al, Internal, chief isMMtlnl of tivil and IS. IS. Ilium in on lllltid or lllteding, licliiriR, Chroric, Kecent or trip to South of th aiipem flKric'iiltiiral stotet of the witt n iml tuit niortpiito ileht t here as well as a mttMity for the Hereditary 1'iles This remedy has never been SliVl will lenvo averHlll Cn roll mi, Jdu lleinWr-oi- i jht capita of tho development of intelligent!', must not la' known to fail. Ji per bx, 6 tor $j; sent by mail. tital ix.piil.it Ion. .imilnr Interlereil with under any pretext what- Why suffer from this terrible disease when a writthia week for Loxiiiuton to tnko n lare coiHlltlonsHre sliovvn and that other n toexNt in ever. We at- - oppoed ti Mate niicifer-eucewit- ten guaruntre Is positively givon with 6 boxes, to plnBtt-rinj;- . ntHti- -. K. Tnrnuit, you r ticultunil We denounce a jmiIIcv "oontnuit of naremal rights and rigntt of refund the money if not cured Send stamp far foter no indiiMry much hs it tonscience iu the itlmatioii of childiiii as Ires sample Guarantee osucd bv A It. IVnny, Liuorty mtHm', was in town Inst wnok on whichtlmt of the xhetiir loon an liifringemefit of the fuudauu utul Dem DruitiTist and stle agent, Stanford, Ky. Call- for bllollH'hM. i inttii liniive on the lwiMi ocratlc doctrine that the largt indiviilital samples ndviiiitace io thin country liberty consistent with the tight or other-.- , Mr. J. C. Colliimworth, of tho firm of iwlprtKid Ih pnrtt-Mitiiia doetilne of insures the highest tyH of A iiivriuiu citiof (JollitiHwotth A Go , ling huutt attcnti- - tin Dennxratlr faith, but we denounce the zenship nml the best government. fi-is. We approve the action of the with tho in tho horifitlc of his wif fur Bover.il Mmin recipriH ity width people delre for cnlatycd foreign present house of in passing ilnyHHt Duiivitle. Mrs. G. wiw tukun market t and freer exchange by pretend-im- ; hills for the admission into the 1'nlon as to cMabhMi trnile relationt for a conn-tr- y states of the territories of New Mef o and from huru thoru ttotnv time ngo, thinking who-- e articles of export are nliuo-- t Arizona, and we favor the early ailinislon it miht improve her health, hut it Iihh arictiltunil with other cnuutrirt ' of nil the ten'itorits having t Tie ntsvssnr) Dr. K C Wct's rve and Hrain Treatment, a iiIm agricultural, while eivctim; a population ami resources to entitle thtiu that are ( liletf to lo bo yet. a specific fnr Hyitrria, Dirtiness, Fits ctistoin hoiiMi barrier of prohibitive tnriir to stateship. and while they remain terri- Headache, Nervous Prut! ratten .aucd Neuralgia, by alcohol From ulint we cstti lenrn, tho Sun tit.xH atmlnst the rlcboxt count rien of the tories we liold that theolllccis appointed or tobacco, Wakelulnesi,Mental Depression, tr world that tand ready to take our entire to maintain the government of auyteiri-tory- , ol llr.iln, cauilng insanity, misery, decay, Convention, to bo hold nt fitrplim of product" and to exchatme theredeath. Premature Old Age, lUrrennesi, Loss of together with the Distritt Liberty, July V'tli, will be n rant, thing, for commodltieri width are necesMiry and bia and Alaska, shall be Ixuia of Colum- Power in either sex, Impotency, Lucorrhrra and lido resino tH)ii)H able Hpenkeru will bo prcMMit. are comfort J of life mdkhil; our own !co-pldents of the territory and distritt in which all Fumale Wcaltnet'cs, involuntary I.oses. Self catisod hy "f brain, duties are to lie 'terformed. The Abuse, their treatment Tho cornet b.iml of thia place hits been SKC. f. We recognize In tnit ami Democratic party lielievcs iu home rule fi, six lor Jhv mail We A month's six boxts to puaratitep which art iUlKned by capital to and the tonttol of their own alTairs by the cure r.acn onler lor six ) nxrs with 55 win lenu employed and our lo will tive a touch -- wure more than their JuM hare of the ptsiiio oi toe vitiuage. wr'tten guarantee to ref.itid itn.t tured Guar. of their tmiiiciil joint product of capital and lalor, a SM IU. We favor legislation by con- antees iued nuly hy A R Penny, Druggist nnd Ib now Tho new boarding houio of prohibitive taxi"', gress and state legislature to protect the sole agent, Stand rd, ky natural conwi-nenprvient the which under full headway near the uoileKO ami which life nf hoii(t free competition believe lives and limbt of railway empIo.ves iitel is the trwle. but we those of other hazardous tiHUspoit.itina will be completed in duo time for the i their vvort eilt can )e nlmted by law, and companies, nnd denounce the iiuutiv ity ot m wt demand the rVId enforcement of law the itriiuhlii .1:1 portv, and mrtlculrtrlj "the which Hill opening of the Tlio amallott. PU1 In tho World I liiiiilw to nreveut and control them, to-- I ItctHihlloNii for causing the defeat' & time iu Autit. Tho prospect in Kber with Mich fitrtber leKttUtioii In re-- 1 of measures wnate. beiierlcial and protective to flue for a luj eeliool and a crnttd stic-et'e-s. Mraliit of their hIhimm as fxK'rieuce may this clats of w aue workers. fjb. of recruiting health is ttlscovcrcd ta flinw to bueceiirr SM.J0 We are iu favor of the enactProf. Hull still remain principal 8. The Hcpubltcan rty. while ment by the stales of laws for iilxlisliing ' ttfofofAini; n iolk-of txMn1ni; the public ami will employ thu Mine tenrhtra he swentittg syti m. for alx.lisli land, for small hoMinx by actual -- ettler. the notoriousconit labor and lot pmlnli.t-- , log emitnM't ImmI yer. S lm Rtven away the cph- lieritace until lug the eniplo) toent in factoriei of childna s now a fw rnllnwwN mid 5S!W under fifteen vears of age. ' cUQjv "e are ojijajsetl toalls'itniv She. '.'I Th Biwalkht puny on enrth nc"Mtly alirtt. liMllvlnnal ami eorjMirRt', liowe Ih-- a In llvrruUVctlons, alctc lioailaclie.ilys-lantrr area than tiinrr laws as mi Interference penshi, llutulenre, heartburn, bilious nrriv. Iu th world on lue Union Sunt tween tht two cea.that of all our farms I dividual rights of the dtisens with ihi inThe hint Democratic ,.,.. o -- ., .1, viiiu. criiriiiuiui ui kiiu hkiii, uiii uu.j. ad ml nlt rat ion reversal the improvident SBC. "pmi thiN slMleuieut of pti'iri-plusaiMnrquis of land pony farm af tl troubles of tho bovvcU, their curat iro iiuwIm ixdiey of the Hepnbllcan mrtr indbiestlie cfTectsnro nmrselous. Tlieyurnnror- en tl Wmid of lltewy. It awl toiichlng tl public domain, and rtt'lnluien the iitUlfiKem judunien: of ihe wrtv asks Atner.i an reetiro u well us a rccntlo cathartic, Kifi 1 from corporation. aid ndlcatof, Hlien psiple. It ask a chaiiKe of K'nuni-tn- i Is n tlul oolt hm that vehed but Very smoll utul easy to tnhe. 1'rlce, voc. uuico, auiisi j'aric l'lace, a. and ilnnicotii, and i".forel totheKopl inn ponm!aHNl w ae only 10 itirbH hitth at nearly Ki.i"o.':ia ir nf vNluable land to tmereand a change of aparty Iu unit r that (Ua'ige ot sjs-tvt- ii inav im Ik Mtcredly held at leineu-Hilof our ritilit birth. Il it a nerfoctlv healthy, ami a hatige of methods, thus assurt 7ei, and we pledev tiirH,lvfw Intnl.continue ing the maint. nance uniinimired of instituaniiual. thi oolicr until err a. iv of mi un tions umler a im h the ivpulihc has grown Win. liaUi. iu ImiI i vSlwIhrrillt lawfully brld. shall' be reclaimetl and re-- great and powerful. TmiK for llw manler of his wll. the Itrmiltlicaii BIOGRAPHIES. Mtob. It i tMknu oat him! bitDM-- br Wllalku known a tbc hcniian act of ( IvcIiiikI. Imt l4"nf a .oivnrdit m!.ktslft. frauicht with BBtHiwn d Im kllM lwr to lMvillillitle of datucr in future whkh drover Cleveland waa born at lims, X. tuMifyiue apainst his father, who to in nottld iakf all of it aui"rt!it. at well J., Marxh is. 1H37. HI father was a. ii sfirfy-5LTv- s Km ituthar. anxlon for It. Mieetly repenl. minister (i rover recclrwl a ishi- Jail (or borae gitalin?. We hold to the Uw nf btrth atdd and Mlvcr nion achool education with a brief cour' ... Ht the HtaiMlanl moiiev of the count rx ami nt an academy. j to tin colniiKe of ltot h 'uohl and ll er wlth-ou- t Iu 1s,k h was admittttl to the liar. "HE PLATFORM. iliNfiiniinataHi avain-- t either metal or Knur jears later lie was npohited of of til rrlH(illr ,.f 1(i Demo j cliante for militate, but the dollar unit of !t.1tt district . attorneyViMird Krle county, nnd full .klII-t,l SJV. 111. IVII ihhMt t cotntw of both metaU must be of ttpial ' I Intrinsic and ex liauxrable value, or rntle,rrtj. le ad-- i nominatcti for tlUtrfct attorney, buv, de-' ..nttDHlSVW' v VXi t s s blslwl bv luteniatltitutl utrn cmciit or liv ttwtisi. SKCTtON 1. The retret4tivet rv:i of th s.r.i . ' Sfcv w of as shall In- l)tHMcratlc Mrty ot the I nUvl State iu Mich in iMu.vir. v leveianu was cnoscn snenu wa1nit the arityof thu of Krle county. X. Y nnd served a liHtlmial C(NlMitioii iiMetnbled dorcartlrm Mirethcmaiutettantcof tlii'lr alUjftaiifH to the prlnctpkt of the two metais niHt um tiium jMiwcror any hlnsle term. In I'M he was clccttsl mayor ' dollar at all .mc iu the market and hi of Bultalo. and on November of the follow i tixiitn jwrty ita lonuuUtttl by .r.IrHi and byUoloUK illuntrioiiH line .if the paymeut of delits: and we demand that ing j ear was elected governor of New i . lie kept at par hit Miccco'or i: Iemorratic lea.lvrt.bip all pajier currency Uiall otk ny tne largest majority ever given any candidate for the same ollice hi any riint from MhiUhi to lkwlaiMl. we Wllere. the with Ami redeemable in Mich colli. We lolly necet-t-mr- y htate. tiHHi this pdicy at public walfnn ttannudt that tlteu jirinci-jb1m) applied to the conduct of the fttlrml for the protection of the fanners utul In iSvSI Mr Cleveland Was nominated for president by the Democrats, and elected, i There Is nothln; Ilko the ItESTORATIVE poveniuieiit tlirouli acctlim to power lthoriufc c1hm. the ltit and most o( the airty that advocates them, and we vlctiiut of itHMable money nud a Mute which time his movements are too NERVINE discovered by the great specialist, Dr. ndemnly declare tliat the nettl of u return lluctuatliu; curreiK'jr well known to need mentioning. Jllleu, to cure nil nervous (lipases, aa headache, t. n mmnieml tlmt the prohibito thcc fuiHlamental ttrinriplea of the xp On June !, lsstl, Mr. Cleveland was mar- the bines, nervous prostration, eleepleiwnei?', nkir oownimeiit InMti im home rulu ami tive in Hr eeiit. tax on statelxink isatius Ixj ried to Miss Francos Folsom. of Hutlalo. neuralgia, Ht Vitus dance, tits, and, hysteria. rwllWilnal lllierty wa-- t never more urgent retelel. He was the first president ever wedded iu Many physicians uso It In their practice, and say Mt.W Public ortlee It a nubile trust. tin wane House, une cniui uutii naa the results nre wonderful We Lave hundreds of tlwtH now, wlHfii the tendency to centralize testimonials like these (rnmdruggUts. "We have all ptwer at tie federal I'apftol bat Intxune We realltrtu the declaration of the Demo- blossod the. union. never known anything like It." snow & Co.. Sya metmce to the rerved riKiit of the cratic itat'otoU ton veiitiou of lSTOfortho racuse, N. Y. "Every bottle Bold brings tvorils of slot rlmon. )tntet tlmt strike nt the very rMtt of our refonn of the civil service, and we call for praise. J. O Wolf. Hillsdale, Mich. "The best Mr. A. E. Stevenson, of Illinois, is a seller we erer had," 'Woodvvortu .t Co., Fort mvernment. ami utalerthe constitution, at the honest enforcement ot all Sawn reculat-ii- k The nomination of a pnsilent Keiitiickinu by birth, and flfty-Myears Wayno, Ind. "Nervine sell better than anything Mtiue framed by tin father of the republic we ever had." lir. 'A Wo warn the jioople of our com- at In the last ltcjutblican convention by of age. He removed to Hloomiugton, Ills., Trial bottloandII F. Wyatt A Co., Concord. N. II. deletjatet rouslntinu largely of his when sixteen years of ago. There he druggists. Dr. flnebookof testimonials 1' KEE at mon country, lewlout of the preservation of illles .Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind, huliliu; olllcc at hit pleasure. It a studied law . and has since held various tlitilr fret inititutions that the jmiIicv of satire on free jiopulnr instittt-tiousAn- d indicia! tsMitious. n0 has licen a llfe-loifederal control of elections to which the TItlAIi ISOTTX.E FKEE. a staitllnjc illustration of the DeniiK rat, was a candidate for presithe Republican wrty bat committed itxdf ta trtllflif k I Ii I Uil irrilViiMl j! I ItMnN method by whlrh a president may .nvtify dential elet tor on the McClellan ticket iu For sale byA. K, Penny, Stanford. Ida ambitltin. We denounced nohev under 1S(M In ls;4 he was electctl to congress. 'Mrcely let monicntoiit than would lt from a revolution practically csinlilihlmc wnieii leiterai ottice iioidrrs usurp control In ls-- he was amxilntcd tlr,t monarchy on the mint of the rvnublic. It of jmrtj convent'ons ij the stut,- -. ami we postniasttr geiienu under Postmaster (ien-erlMrty tt the tvform Vilas, to succeetl Mr. Malcolm Hay. strike" at the north as well at the Miuth. pledge the Dennr-rat- l andltijuivs the coloicd citizen, even more of ihivo and all other nbtisut which who resigned. aQQm than the white: it meant n hoanl of deputy threaten individual liberty and local martlwds at every jMdhnK place, armed with ftslenil tHiwer, retuniiiuc laiariU 10. M.cThe Democratic party is the apNlntel and controlled by feileral only party that has ever given the country S HELTON' 1IOLSE, anthorlty, the outrage of the a foreign policy consistent and vigoiotts, rmhtK of the iwtitih- - In the several compelling resjiect abroad and inspiring : : states, the Mibjm;atiou ot the colon I confidence at lioma. While avoiding to the control of the party In iower alliuiRcM it has aimed to cultivate Oflice hours 7 to 9 a. m. and 5 to 9 p. m. and the revivmt; of race autoiilMiiis now fricmllv relations with other nations, and laitiplly almttti. of the utmost lierll to the esHiially with our nelghliorrt on the safety and lianpliiaHs of all it measuru American continent, whoso destiny ami jitt'.y described by a leadit. cloeiv linked with our own, and wo view ltc'imbllcan btuator at "the inut infamous with alarm the tendency to a policy if ir : : bill that ever crotMtl tin thre.shold of the ritatiou and bluster which is liable at any Minute." Such a jMillcv, if Ninctiotutl by time to confront us with the alternative of law, would mean the dominance of a humiliation or war. Wo favor tho mainoilman by of o:lbe hold-urn- , tenance of n navy, strong enough for all and the tiarty llst eiitiutttl with its purines- of national defense, and to proppower erly maintain the honor and dignity of tiio On machinery could be dislodged II, 1892, only by an apiH-a- l to the r erved rljrht of country abroad. SHC. 11. This country has always liecn County Court dav, the undersigned committee will the jH'oplM to rsist opprv'iou, which it indoor in Will be tent to any address from now commuuitict. the refuge of the oppressed from every it'll nnbhcly In front of athe m herent in nil , until January ist, its?,, for twenty-fiv- e sake and hi Manford, between i and p Two years ago this ivvolufiouaiy polky land exiles for cents. CumpaiKn year Is at hand; you was emtihatitallv comdemncd bv the neo- - this spirit of t lie founders of our governmustktep pocted, and the way to do plf at tlie polls, but In loiitcmpt of tiiat ment wo condemn the oppression practiced 18 Lincoln County Bonds do so is to mid TH b COMMERCIAL, government Ukii its wnllcttlio Jtcpuiillcan party Iiasiiciiauiiys by the Hiis-ia- n the only true expoaent of protection Of Denomination of $500, Lutheran and Jewish Mibjectt, nud we declared In its latest authoritative utter-anteand sound currency in the South. that its MicctsH iu the coiuIhk elec- call tiKin our national government, In the Due In and bearing six percent intertions will mean the enactment of the Interest of justice and huiunnitr. bvnll est and five years paynhle annually. force bill and the usurpation of despotic just nud proper means, to uso Its prompt v. K. VAKNOtf, ) Send for a Sample Copy, nml t eirortt to bring aliout a cosation ) Com' control over cits tjoiis in all the states. O. II. COOPKK, tin, nrccrviitlon of retillbll- - of the.--t) cruel persecutions in the domains tlmt J. II. PAX I ON, j cau government iu the L'nltctl Stattvs is do- - of the tvar, and to secure to the oppress e tender our iirofouml a ml pendent ujM'ii the ilefeat of this policy of J equal rights. And examine it tarefully. You lover will he sure to subscribe. Address jcaii.tti lorcu anil irami. wo invite inu earnest tymiintlir to these homo of frcu- nil letters and make all checks and rule and Mipport of all cltl.cnt who detiro to .ce ilom who are struggling for orders puvable to iu Iretho constitution maintained In its Integrit v tho gieat taiisoof with the laws pursuant thereto which land. SH VI. We henrtlly approve nil legitihnve given our country a hundred years of unexampled prosjivrity. and wo pledge the mate riTorts toproxeut the TniKsl States lug grounds of tho Democratic party, if it la entrusted with being used at the du of Eu- McRobcrts' Drug Store, Stanford power not only to the defeat of the forco criminal and profi asional pauix-rhill, but also to the relentless opposition to rope and wo demand the rig'd eufoiveinent Kentucky. the Republican policy of ptolligato expend- of the laws against Chinese immigration LOUISVILLE, KY. iture, which hi tho short space ot two nnd Importation of foreign workmen under years has Mjuaudcrcd nn enormous sur- contract to degrade our labor nud lessen its Articles to Suit the Most Fastidiwages, but wo condemn and denounce all plus nml emptied an overilowing treasury, ous. A complete line of aftur piling new burdens of taxation upon attempt to restrkt the immigration of tht already overtaxed labor of the country. the industrious and worthy of foreign ciihnlnntiiiir iitnx-ftI jin-MMi p Interior Journal , lmctlll (TV mimic e tin Mrlvlnlev turllT nv liv tlif Piftv-fliN- t rinmivsi im flm Miouldbe extended on a definite plan ot continuous work until permanent improve- Mlloa' Nervo and Llvera Pill H HOTEL AND SALOON 1R4- - XJrV W. F. WALTON. . $500 REWARD, bn tl, Having removed my Harber Snop to the mcrelal Hotel, 1 am mm aa well as Gentlemen, waited on. Call ru ine. in my line. is CO. t offer for sale privately my frame Hotel and bnloon at Rowland, which are now renting at JO5 per month. It is centrally located and a fine point lor business, being at a terrrinal point en a divis' ion or the L. It has good well, stable, coal house and other necessary outbuildings. Address 5'ls MARY C. FERIULL, Stanford. FOE, SALE. Cumberland Gap & Louisville AT ROWLAND faille, Cra Double Daily .schedule, R. R. In F.ffect May 8, 1I01. n , hi Prepared to Accommodate Ladies la anything they may wish Cbil-also g ofin-crttlsln- g CURB n JESSE THOMPSON, In Commercial Hotel. Lve. Louisville.... " Stanford Arr. Middlesboro Lve. Middlesboro.. ......' Arr. Cumberland Gap " Hamilton Springs" " Arthur ........ " Powell River '." " Tazewell ' Lone Mountain..' .'" " Clinch River... " Oakman Washburn. " 'Powder Springs '.'.'.'.'". sorm noi'Nbr 'JPm itam a 00 p m a 14 pm ....1 1 aj pm .1 S3 am 7am .1 ..... .... ....I " ji pm ill a m aySpm i 4 m JiSpm 7 ej hi 3 joprn 7 3m J4pm 7 ata m 1 i4am 401 pm 4 4 jat pm 7 14 a m 7 41 h SK.-t-Trml- e time-honore- d CASH for " " " Luttrell.........;..... Corryton Maloneyville I jult" ' "if. se " Ilcverly. ' K. A-- O. Junction....! " Knoxville . N'OUTH HOtVlJ" ueieriy " Maloneyvillo. " Corryton " Luttrell " Powder Springs 441 pm 4 JJ p m Jpm tSpm joSpm 5 iS jjapmi "warn 8 a pm 841a m $ja m 1 jsa m I 5 04 tja m am am am Highest cash market price paid Lve n?.xX,"r Arr K. Junction...... Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at M. F. Ji M-lyr y " Soft-enin- diiy-Scho- ol ELKIN & CO., STANFORD, KY. Washburn.....!.. " Oakman " Clinch River.....".".;; " Lone Mountain. " Tazewell " Powell River .. '";;; . ..." e. over-exerti- on NorfolkiWestern R.R. Hamilton Springs'."; Cumberland Gap.. . Middlesboro ....... Lve. Middlesboro Arr. Stanford " Louisville " Arthur " " " 0 joa m 9 44 a m 7 .1 P m o llflm 7 J P m 10 18 a m 808 p m 10:0 am 8 lop m 1031 a m 8 lop m 1043 a in 830pm 11 oc a m Sjspm 11 16 a m 900 p m n 44 a m g 6 p m 11 49 a m 9 30 p m 1305 pm la cop m a 54 a m 54P m 008 a m 706 p m aa a m 7 il pm 9 4 ui 3aam al 630pm 644 pra Jiipm "HI I a m m 7caa e ooooooocoo THE SSCRET j )l ti y o non-reside- TUTTS TiBV ll Q rr, I I i.-- well-ferHH- - oeooooGOOo ?s. r5 Amfrr? .. a Pullman Palace Car Knoxville to Cincinnati without change. Schedule May 22, iJyi Connections made with all trains North and North-weat Qrand Central depot, Cincinnati. LEAVE NOItlON DAILY AH trams coiinect atCorrjton, Term., with & CumWIana Gap Railroad trains to and ; o p m fnr Graham, itluefield and intermetlmte from Tate Springs and Lea Springs. stations. Ihrough tickets 011 sale n 10 a m tor lllucticld, Itadlord, Roanoke, and ijSGay street and Depot at City TIk eflfico Ticket ofllce, TmI Lytichburc. Richmond and Norfolk. Alo (via Roanoke) for Washington, Hagersteun, Harris-bur- Main street, Knoxville For any Information as to routes, rates, etc'ap-pl- y Philadelphia and New York to Pullman Sleeping Cars from Loul'vilte to Nor-flni.V. Acting Or n'l Pass. Agt, via Norton and Radford: also Radford to HKNRV A. SMITH. City Ticket Awtlt New York, mi Shenandoah Junction, also d Knovnlle, Tcun. to Washington, also from I ynchburg to Richmond trains for Pocahot tai, Powhatan nnd Goal will leave Dluefield daily at j 05 a m and 140pm .. . IF YOU ARE GOING p m, 7 15 pm. 4 I'rasns arrive at Norton from the East daily at Mo p in and 6 e p iu further Information as to schedules, rates, At ,Mp'vto agents of Norfolk .V Western RailTHE... V 11. UK VI 1. 1., road or to Gen. Passenger Agt , Roanoke, Va. st Mor-nstmg, Wt k - Rnd-fcr- VI 'a.-es?i- i. - rfmtrmisrr.-Biss- . I tt1 .ITlfc 5 I Louisville 4 Nashville n. R. S ptrt Is the line for you, as its Prea-bvtria- nt Trt I kmA 1 vskMB mamm. gsr.Mjl.U &JP( 01. slaid I v$yxmPdmMxz tnirvlrAKWS't-V-tiV&vlMllJs- , Double Daily Trains M.ke dote connection at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. Vsl v-- AUj,l j iv " Twenty mllesthe Shortest to 1 ClNCKKrKTATJC, C - THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information tiqnlre cf F. L. CLIFFORD, Agent, Stanford, Ky. W. !, . PENN, Trav. Pass Agent, Junction City, Ky it in-jd- im rnitirniiiiii" lUK.IVIILNttVmt -- I " Cleveland, orcut, Indianapolis and the West, Canada. N'e A mill Michigan Points, Chicago, Ilulfalo, F.ntfland. New York, Boston, Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Quickest time to Harrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky. Richmond, VIRGINIA Shortest and Quickest line to Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co. Chesapea.e & Ohio I'.ouie.) KJilW OBILF.AM 9 Washington, Philadelphia Old Point x SOLID VESTII11I ED TRAINS thro' with out change via Chattan oga, Birmingham, Meridian making direct connections en route for Knoa. ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the Baltimore, Now York, and the Seashore and all Eastern IN EFFECT NOV. tj, iSot. Cities. x lg re-u- i al - DR. I. E. PROCTOR, ele-tort- il nst Limlt'd AcCom, cco BOUND. Mall Ex. Daily Dailv Daily Daily. Ex. Su, Ex Sit At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming Lve Lexington... 7 35 6 p ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah, a " Winchester.... 8 ji a 6 00 P It 40 p 5 30P Brunswick, Lake Cily.Thomasvtlle and FI.OHI ij 30 7 oop 45 Mt. Sterling S j, a. 7 13 p 1 o DA point. p 7 35 P The only line running solid Vestibuled trains w ith Daily. Pullman Boudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to St. Arr Ashland ta io pj 10 07 p 8 40 n " Catlettsburg. 38 Augustine without change lor any class of S 50 13 " Huntington. la JO p to 47 p 9 30 a baggage. 13 p p a " Washington... 0 jj a 10 to p 2 Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatut 'Philadelphia. to J7 a 5 So p Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. Shortest and quickest to Anmstcn, Selma, Mo- ArrNew York .... 1 SO p 8 30 p bile. lOncct connections made at NEW ORLEANS without omnibus transfer for Gnlveston WEST BOUND Daily. Houston, Austin, EAST ie-p- Rowland, 3o-s- in Kentucky. Lincoln County Bonds Monday, July -- The Weekly Louisville Commercial TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, Lve Huntington. Asnianii... Catlettsbuig 6aj ii . Miss. , Shreveport La., making direct connections without omnibus transfer for Dallas. Fort Worth. Austin San Antonia, El Paso and pointsin . , ius. nieritng " Arr Lexington ... Winchcster.-'- TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. For through rates correct county maps and Iu information mil on Agent at Junction City, Ky. or address J. S. LEITII. Trav Pass, Agt .Jnneiinn City.Ky D. G. EDWARDS. D. MILLER, 1 raffiv I'ancr , G. P A-- T. A , Cincinnati " Louisville.. 35 P 6 45 P 54 pi 7 14 p P 05 P .7 ll.X. 3k 10 a; a 5 08 l i 35 3 I t,J 15 a 5 45 P 55 I' 7 15 a 1a oj p 6 30 p 45 1 3 cs a 5 25 p 9 50 p 7 40 r it !oa I 1 6 oo 6 37 2 court-hous- e con-clen- ce HEMI3STGT03ST -- STANDARD- Typewriter Limited estibuled Trains run dally in connec tion with Chesapeake A-- Ohio "F. F. V.' to New York. Fast Mail Trains run' dally and make local steps between Lexington and Huntington. Huntington and Morehead Accommodations run dally. Lexington and Morehead and Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accommodations run daily except Sunday. Through Sleeping Cars tc and from Washington and New York without change. In-s- j For full information in regard to rates, routes, , apply to any agent of this or const ecttog itnes or to H. K. HUNTINGTON, C. L. BROWN. V. 1 and G JI , G. P. A., Lexington, Ky, G. W. HARNEY, W. S. HARRISON, G. M Lexington, Ky. T. P. A., Ashland, Ky A--c 'X BANKS THE JEWELER, ..TAKE THE.. post-offi- s Louisville Press Co. fSMIIBIIil! - V st -- tlai NkAsvv iyLJ's aZJ!yZJciS Uz X THE iS) tsuisvntt MJtArjiCwuzo RrKa BEST WOIRIK: I1Y THE WORLD'S FAIR LINETO THUT.UtllT I'l.AXK. "We denounce tho republican protection as a frfliid: llio robbery of tho great majority of tho American people for the bom fit of tho few. Wo declaro it to bo a fnmhmentnl prineiplx of the demo cratic party tlmt tho Federal government has m t.on.stif ution.'l power to impose nnd collect tnrilT duties except for tho purpose of revenue only, and wo ibnt tin) collection of such taxes ehall he limited to tho necesflltioa of tho governmnnt when honestly and economically ailmlniBtared." do-ina- nd She. 1.1. This convention hereby renews the expression of appreciation of tno patriotism of the soldiers and .sailors of the Vnion in the late war for ita preservation, nml we favor Just and liberal pensions for all disabled L nlon Miliiiers, tliuir widows and dependent ones, but wo demand that the work of the pension otlice shall bo done industriously, fiuparti.illy and honestly. Wo denounce tho present administration of that ollice as incompetent, corrupt, disgraceful and dishonest. Sfc. 14. The ftslenil government .should cam for and Improve tho MissU-ipriver and other great waterways of tho republic ho as to secure for tho Interior states nud cheap transportation to the tide water. When any water way of the republic is of Miflicietil importance to demand the aid pf the government Jlmt. siujh aid pl lauds. Watches, Clocks POSTED. forewarns hunter, fishermen and This other, not to trepa on our lauds without pur mission, as all stub will be prosecuted to the lull, st extontof the law. Signed: C. M.SroONAMOOKE iMtlce S5 THE SIMPLEST MEANS IN OJB(IA9 And THESHORTEST TIME . . Jewelry And SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. ca-Yo- ur All goods said enjrjvel Jreeofcharift. patronage tetpwtfully lollcited. E. I1RUCE. THOMAS C. HALL. sIKKIjK 1IAILEY. A.M. FELAND. II. V GAINES. JAMES GIVE.VS. I. S. PHILLIPS. ANTON RENACKER. CLARK REYNOLDS. M. LACKOWIPZ. T.D. NEWLAND. W. W. HAYS. . I. YON. FRED BAUMAN.V. J. the.. Most Satisfactory and the Most Durable. A compute stoik of best quality Ribbons, and Letter Paper, Oil, Mss. (overs, etc. Scud for desenptivo pamphlet to Lta! whust NeTlBWJI!iT0 poY&s And . G. M. ALLISON & CO., a jS West Main Street, Louisville, Ky. Firest and best Vestibule. Buffet Sleeping Cars and Parlor Cars cu all trains. No change of cars, best accommodations, quick est time and lowest rates. For Information address IAS. BARKER, C. P. A., ChUago. W. G.CRUSH, D. P. A., Louisville. s'-- 1 MBm idbi J.SV- - I H' the Ft The followingitcm, 1 1 Now this perpetual faco to faco with son, Iowa, Democrat, clipped frominformationMadiI contains well d worth remembering daily peril is what constitutes the "Mr John Roth, oi this Isa Candidate fcrClrcuit Judge the 15th Disa Suggests the Establishment of a Railroad trict, subject to the action of the democratic party man a being, more and moro apart city, who met with an accident and few days ago, arm quite sespraining ami bruiting hit log every mnrn!ni In Stanford and I will deliter ice Church. of from his kind, and draws him nearer, in verely, tvai cured by cne 50 cent bottlewithout Rowland at one cent per pound or uxty cents psr This it At the request of Bro. Birnes wo copy a "caste" bond, to his 'fellow on the equal tor Pain Halm. brtines remedythoidd have an hundred All accounts duo List of each weok 31. C. SAUFLEY, n and Spraintand Published Every Tuoaday nnd Friday the following from the Lexington Press. MMf JAMES P. HUM!, every household. For AT Manfnrd, Ky. Of Lincoln, isa Candidate for Circuit Judge In road. lie, at least, can understand him. flact in Druggist and Opticttn, tale by Dr. M L. Stanford, Ky. tills ludUiiil district, subject to the action uf tho S2 PJ2K. YKAU 1 jSJD V.A.NC12. His purpose to establish a "Railroad To tho outside world he speaks an "unDemocracy Bucklln's Arnica Salvo. church" seems according to his argu- known tongue." HOUSE, The best sahe in the world lor cuts, bruises not to paid S2.50 w ill be charged.-t- t ment to be feasible: Who that has listened to the talk of tores, ulcers, salt rheum, lexer torct, tetter, chapF. B. RILEY, Proprlotor, R. McCxcnry Gov. ped all skin erup Lancaster, Ky., Juno 17. Since my these men, but has been tionshands, chilblains, corns and no hy requir and positively cure piles, or K.C.WCAL TIME CARD. - Kentucky. It a Candidate (r C.mgmt lathe Ith Congrespenned on the beautiful river we impressed with tho fact that they seem ed, li is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, London, lost, sional District of Kentucky, subject to the actioc money refunded 35 cents per vox. Train icavet Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning aro all so proud of, wo have had two only of the Democratic party to be able to speak of the one fasc- or sale by A K. Penny, Stautord, Ky. p.m. I h,ive moved to my new Hotel and am bettet at 5:10 For very successful meetings, in Stauford inating subject of their various advenprepared than ever to accommodate the public L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Good attached and every convenience dewo begin a Hon W V I uens. Kx State Auditor of lea, sired. Livery me a and Somerset. And S. OWSLEY, tures by rail? Nothing else seems wor One call. -- .. 9 pm hamlierlaiif s Cough "I have Mll train going North thermome- thy ol remark. And wtio, out lias no- says my tamllyued Ihnvc no hesitancy ill RemeFRANK RILKV. 77 . sopm third, in Lancaster, with the and saying South dy in ft a Candidate for Commonwealth's Atternej.tub I believe nil that it .. ssasnm ter in the 00's, but all of us in good it Is an evcelsetit remedy Eiprcit train" SouUi in any ticed, if at all observant, how they cling clamed for it Persons afflicted bv a cough or North Judicial District to which Lincoln county may be 6s9"m health and spirits. For which, "Praise to each other and care little for tho so- cold will find it a friend." I here it no danger Local Freight North assigned. IIA17GII1MAN, supm South- from whooping eoueh when this remedy It freelv the LOUD." But this is not what I ciety of other folk? els en tsand jo cent bottle for sate by Dr M. The latter train also carry passengert. L. Bourne Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky FIRE AND STORM HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. The above it calculated on standard time. Solar wish to write about particularly. This is perfectly natural when one time it about 70 minutct taster, At last, I am persuaded that a new comes to think of tho reason. But, ac1 offer for tent the House and Lot belonging to "church" or "sect" is the pressing need count for it, as we may, tho fact remains QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. the estate nfCapt Gatnct Lralg, and adjoining Representing of the hour. Not a "Barnesite" Dr J II Owslet.on Huttonville street. Stanford, a potent one. And this fact is the founTrains pats .Junction City at Icillow v am ; Ky It has eight looms, giKxt well and necessary Heaven forbid That would dation of my "Railroad Church." If When Baby was tick, wo gave her Costorla. rait AC Special it 6 outh."jJi, Hartlord, of Hartford, Conn., Mail tS7 p m , New Orleant Limited 31; p. m., be B8 bad, almost, as Presbyterian, Methwaa a, Child, the cried for Cattoria. When the P M. M. KtiUKRrS, Agent, Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. Special 8 40ip m true wisdom lies in "taking things as Me When t Stinford, Ky m. ; Blue odist, Cauipbellite, Baptist or Episcopa& C. Special y-the became Miss, alio clung to Cattoria. Philadelphia, ourselves to Pcnnnsylvania Fire, Grass Special 6 00 a m ; Cincinnati Limltea 4s lian. The very title sounds infinitely find them," and adapting When the bad Chi 1ren. the gate thetu Cattoria. p. m.; Fait Mail t tS p. m. here we his. Co. of North America, ' Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co. unavoidable circumstances, contemptible. I never knew that I have a certainty on which to build. I would All of which are first class Companies Miners and shippers of the OKNUINK could loathe my owu name till I saw it be pleased to wait on my f riendt ill this line. Pol. 2. Iow this peculiarity of his position promptly issued. Will inturo against tornaicies in such connection in print, and heard which would be a power for good if you Lightning clausdoes, wind storms and lightning es attached without additional charge it so pronounced by huirnu lips. The gave him a "church" for himself, to himTrv it. We are Ibi. snl. apAni. r. .Mnr..i .I neuralgia, Office at First National Hank Stanford. Go Rowland timet iori.r ot ll.iwi .... LOUD keep mo steadfast in this spiritun.i ..t self, is a strong reason why he is inaccesrotd crossing. and al recoil till the end comes. HIGGINS A WATTS. sible by the various Christian denomi- To hae jour phetoeraphs taken He keeps up Still I am hankering after a new "or- nations. At auy rate they don't reach can always bo HXLTOXT, with all the ganization," much to my own amaze- him and they can't reach him if he is JO. Dealer in General Merchandise, ment; for, as all know, I have always de- approached from the sectarian side. The with Lumbor and Shingles. And vtill gitejou good satisfaction claimed against the awful multiplication attempt has been repeatedly made and UlAl IK A J KARP, Stanford Goods told for cash only. It gives me pleasure of sects, and have always deplored the has always ignominious! ... - tn - ...tl.l... In r.i.n.r.1 ttl.t t Km (I.kltlir failed. It is Syste-and the people "division among you,'' as Paul saith. foredoomed to failure from the very na Notico to the Traveling Public. nicely under the Cash 10 inc ncithat u issue arc rapluly catcningc-mil And Cotintr) Produce, buyer and sailer. They tlThis new segregation will neither pro- ture of the case. He may join his wife a A cure better system, both for the have had also know that tell aoods for about a third less Has opened hit stock of gd. and It teady tn terve mote schism, division, nor sectarianism, church when he retires from active serg than my competitors who do credit business lie the people .f Stanford and vl.lnll) He It is to follow d unheard ..( Hargalas and all keep constantly on hand a and that is one reason why I favor it. k.k. At Rnuland repainted and nicely furnished and member that of Dry Goods. Groceries, Cloth- gIs at tnehwet powshlc price who wantcall vice, but there is no known sect where should on I would call it the "Railroad Church," this "Bedouin" of tho railway can find have in connects n with Hotel one of the best sa- ing, assortment n Axenue, near Ijncaiter pike to Hoots, Shoot, Hats am! the like Call in and loons In the State, open day and night ; a uight set) my stock, which l replenished almost daily. "'" '" ' and have it managed exclusively by rail. a home. If you do not give him man of hat have meets all trains In connection with Houm' J II. HILTON, RowUndi K). best Mineral wells alto one of the road men, for the benelit of railroad em- he will accept you leave him in his god and for reference tho water, cull on Mr in and Mate Illh STANFORD to Mrs medicine. ployes principally, while, of course, not less condition and his "soul to be re- G V Patrick. Loulssille, Mr and Mrs Floyd Ingram, Erin. Tenn A. A. Warren, Stanford, NOTICE TO THK Co. excluding the attendance of outsiders if quired at the hands of those to whom I) E Proctor, C 11 Hraum, Mr and Mrs T Dr W. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr ami Mrs K II. Johnson, favorably disposed. wilt you. his spiritual tuition was entrusted." It New llav en, Jim Cos;, Greensl.uri;. Rates St per d Hat with respon..Me trait lor lit plants I would have it ministered to by god- is a serious matter, my friends, when n day J M, IVtrc, clerk W Gisetneacall and will have the Island Kirctik Plants cow. CARRIER, Prop J viy ly men of all denominations, who would in about tialy dart j Ike Water Want soon afwhole class of precious souls perish in I have opened in connection with my Hotel, the ter W. B. simply preach the "Cross of Christ," and ..... l'..n ivlw.tii .. iiiitvKt linvn ant.. If' T7i"l "I") TiATril Desirable Farm 01 140 i11 In order to placa individual contracts m ad. ...... c... ..: LXUIA 1.1 Acres on Crab Orchard aiwe for Water and Licctric I.lglst, the Compauy the holy life that springs therefrom, and we wouiu. . H Miller. pike, 4 miles from Stanford (70, orteit the following Necessary water pipes will be laid, connected to leave their "isms" at home for domestic 3. And these men, though reckless, ns A . . mams at actual t4t lor pipe ami wrk. Office South tide Mam street, in office recently use when invited by the railroaders to all who follow perilous callings are, Electric wires put In a ltd necessary futures furI vacated by Dr. L. F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. nished free el charge First-Clas- s , address them, or minister to them in have, as a rule, the noblest possibilities 'lobe of )el nuaHty and guaranteed loglso New Testament Ordinances. And offer the services of it to the public. Hrand talitfactiun in their character. They are generous 1 he schedule ef adopted ratet it A. S. new ehlcles and fresh blooded horses make my liunniau And, as the work progressed and gift- to a fault, helpful and sympathetic to per cent. l;-than it usually gltets stable compare with In the corporate limits of Rowland. CT.SURGEON DENTIST. ed men arose from among themselves, I one another, and thoroughly appreciaThe Bost in metho Country. Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. 11 I. DARST. Rowland. Office .on (Mam street, over W. B, McRobertt would have them always looking forward tive of any kindness or personal interest Gle a call. Drug Store, Stanford. Duelling of t reoms, one faucet to the time when they could be entirely shown them. They are really a "supe!' W. GRK.EN, Proprietor. additional TO AL HURNS. Manager PUBLIC. h'.h additional rum independent of the outside aid that rior cla?s," as meu go. I do not think a Each faucet I Stores, Hanks and Private (Hlcet, i laticel I haw wade arrangements with G. W. Singlewould be needful, at first, and, eventual- groveller or a coward could long contin500 R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. Haths, pri.aie, one lauc.t ton, the Saw Milt man, to furnish the public with Hote attachment lor spunkier ......... ly, by a healthful internal development, ue a railroad man. Their faults and any and all kinds of lumber, cither at mv store in 5 Stables, pnt ate, one animal . (to the iuiII. llauk and DENTIST. reach the point of a pure railroad minis vices are less the faults of ignoble na- Crab Orchard or at Oct my myFeneiug bofnre buyEach additional animal prices I on Posts a specialty. W. A CAKSON. (t moving to the Htggias ortice, Lancaster street. try, as well as a railroad constituency. tures than a sort of necessity of their en ing Dealer lit General Merchandise, Nitrous Oxide Uat Riven for painless ettracting. Electric Light Rates. This, in brief, is the scheme that would vironments. They are, on this account, STANIORD, KY., Crab OrchaJd. Ky. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Par commercial tne: interfere with uo existing "Church" or not less fatal, however, only the wreck LOtie arc and three it c. p. iacaiidesaent lamp .. "Sect;" would rench a quite neglected is a more pathetic one, 70 i r or i( c. p. tch iNcandmccut light, per mo to CRAIG, class that deserves better treatment at 1. My idea is that at every importaut DR. IThis Hotel, renovated and refnrnished, it new our hands and that would, "pro tanto" fjvr.u trlinra llll 111! rmlfl fin "fltr lllltv" flt nnitit ...--- ...-- . wmm ... Homeopathic Physician, 3 ia my charge and I intend to conduct it Matt diminish the frightful risk of railroad a time, a "railroad church" should be I can supply the families of Stanford and vicin- not only maintain Its high reputation, but t ask!s Par Residence Usee - KENTUCKY. long list ol friends. Special accomitvo-tion- - STANFORD, made Ice ity ctt. travel and lessen the tremendous bill of erected and connected with it a reading less with home amount at at 60 cent per 100 pounds, to its for commercial travelers and fine rooms for Fur 1st P aofldevcctit lamp per mo 6a one per pound, and than that " wl jo'to 11 a. m.j to 3 p. m.j 8 to costs, for indemnities that seriously cut thedlsploy of tamples. 4S Office Hours: at 75 tents " d " " ' " aud smoking room, where the men manufactured Icequantitlt-- i per 100 pounds or i4 q i'p. m. Si Ice delivered cents for smaller .. ' 4th down railroad dividends. This last con- could always feel "at home." because it morning I call special attention to the John etery Oflice on Lancaster street, oppoiite A For each additional ' Hrewing C L. 39- - y For further information, apply 10 sideration is a matter of cold cash that is their own, largely bought and paid for which I am agent.'s Celebrated I X. cube- Heer, for And HILLIARDand POOL HOOMS attached. - keg or Will furnish in J W HADFN,Supt.r ' JOSEPH COrThY can reach even the traditional ''soulless bv themselves, manaced by their own bottle. Write for price. 37.U E HREMER. Stanford, Ky tjtf corporation," thus far only credited with fellows, aud u spot where the general 'LOCUST GROVE" Office opposite Coffey Houe, the possession of a "gizzard" by the pro- public could not intrude, save as invited. NATIONAL BANK fane public. - The details of the scheme could be safeO OF STANFORD, KV For christian and philanthropic peo-p'- e ly entrusted to the hard, common senee FOR SALE 19 6m tbe'following considerations, occupy- of the men themselves. But it ought to 2, 1892, The finest Farm and richest soil in Lincoln Co., Capital Stock- ing a higher moral plane, are presented. have a savings bank an a lirst requisite. ol 45a I will In 1. The railroad man is a being apart 18, COO f at public outcryentireCrab Orchard, K , comprising two acres ot Staa.erd, the Land, titua. Surplus county seat MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, The sqander of "pay" in gambling miles ted within the of Uaeedn. Fronted by the Shelby City turnpike from the general public. Other callings and drinking is something appalling. Attention of the public is invited to the fac and accettible to the Stanford and Danville turntouch the social life of the surrounding pike. This is one of the best Stock Katmt in the that this is the oly National Hank in Stanford 5. If the vurious companies could once Under the provisions of thi National Bank Act region ami is In a high tlate of culti Corner Maiu and Depot Streets, community. His is ''sui generis," and thoroughly persuaded of the lor all purposes by the auon Abundance Kentucky. so thoroughly unique that it cuts him becomeof this movement, they would Helonging to Oiadwick, of Ilai!e A Co , conoltttag Soil Is ferule and It of water for the growing of depositors are secured not only liability capita) stock, but by the stockholders suitable Stanford, tor an utility tobacco, corn and wheat. The land Is ss. smount equal to the stock, to that depontars of hemp, Has just received a handsome line of Spring and off from sympathetic fellowship with his erect suitable buildings, with ns much Dry Goods, Clothing, located u that it can lie divided and two fine this institution are secured bv a fund of 5400,000. mmer Millinery and invites her friends and the Farms made 'I heisaptosemeRtt are a large and Five tworn statements ofthecniiditkxi of the bank .Hats, Boots, Shoes, public generally to ctll in and get first choice. kind as much as if he were born a Jew. conviction of their economy and usefulconimodinut dwelling a convenient stock barn, sre tnaile each yearto the Vnited States governAc the best cl fruit of ail kindt, etc rorinfar-mat- i ment and its assets arc etamlncd at staled timet flats and Honnet trimmed In the latest stIe by What doed the general public know of ness as they now put up convenient and Hardware, Drugs, by government agents, thus securing addititooa , apply to h II It) NES, Stanford. most artistic bauds. and perfect safety lo depositors. the fascinating perils of train life, that, elegant stations purely as a matter of A lot of Canned Goods, some Karming ImpleJ D JONKS, This institution, originally established at the O V RILEY, Pinenlle. ments Ac Alsi a number of account.. once experienced, eeem to unfit n man business energy. The saving in rolling Deposit k or Stanford ia lljl. then Terms wi.l be made known on day of m!c. ted at the National Hank ol Stanford in iMj and for anything els8 less exciting? What itock wculd more than pay for all tho O P NKWLAND, Auignee tgain First National ll.nk of HUSH, I am Agent for the Celebrated Slanlord in iSJi, has had practically an uninterdoes the mere railway traveler even churches built. H. Let me utter a word of warning rupted exitteaceof it ears Ills better supplied Deering : Harvesting : Company, know of the multiform dangers of the against the erection of "Union" church-- , TO transacting business prampt AGENT naw with facilities lorever befurem its kug and REAL ly and liberally than And offer their Machine! lo the people of Lincoln road, as he curls himself up in his plush es with the hope of benefiting the mil- I am agent for The Central Kentucky Hedge honorable career Accnontt of corporations, counvy. Their Hinders are unexcelled and their ' films and individual, respectfully soliciFence (Jo. il Lancaster, and offer the teryics of Reapers and Mow era stand the highest of any in pew, after due disposal of his grips and road man. Ky. ted the market. Also keep all kinds of fixtures on bundles, and courts It is a "delusion and a entire. A3 both Hi) self and the Company to the citirons of slumber to his deshand. .see me before purchasing. Office at lirst The Directory of this Bank 11 composed ot ditch as tink it Lincoln county I am scry thankful for the libertale ol fair J H UAfGHMAN, National Hank Ihaeiuite a number of FARMS for county. the r. J. Poller, of Stanford; tination? Only a collision, a jump of well tosa money in the Firstly, because al patronage received and hope by need dealing to erv Stanford, Ky. Lands in Lincoln of a trood Farmers in merit a continuance 18. im best H in a "Union" Church. Forestut Read, Littcwln sotMty ; These lanut are all well improved atkl good the track, a broken axle, or an over- the "Union" never has been there. Out fence will find me at the Mjcrs House irf Stanford rich lands, running in sue from y to 500 Acres J. W. Haytteti, Stanford; weighted trestle; with the attendant of nothing nothing comes. The inva-- , on each County Court day M W. JOHNSON. Considering thcis locality, their richness and fer6m u? S.H. Haaghman, I.iskoIh tility of soil, the convenieucu of turnpikes and riable outcome of "Union,' churches hns wreck reminds him at long intervals of that bring markets right to our door, they M.J.Miller, Mt. Vornsti; the strongest party mo- the death and mutilation that the man been either that the minority do not are cheaper than tie Lands of any other county in S. T Harris Lirscttim nonolizHs it. when 3 M the State There Is srarcely a Farm ia the conn, J.,S. llocker Sunfsrd! Yourself to death when ou can always find some- of iron nerve and undaunted courage ty over miles from a depot 'raise a row;" or it rots in uselesMies if thing palatable and nice at Dealer In '1 he county it checked with turnpikes running G. A. Lackey, Llnotdn) Hues every time lie lays uls Hand upon they do. It is a constantly recurring There m not a public road en direction T. P. I tall. Stanford. good people, but must even Foreign ' and Domestic Fruits, inevcrythe county teat that it not Macadamised the lever that regulates the throttle-val- dream of iwiiig W. G. We4h, Stanford; We have the Knots ille Branch 01 the I. A N It remain an unrealized ideal so long as D. WEAREN'S, of his engine. I once, as a matter JESSE R. dividing the county from East 10 W's.t and the W.P. Tate, S Unfoid Confectioneries, Ac. things aro as they are C S R R from North to Mwth. the K C. R. R OFFICERS: Who keeps fresh from the markets, the gardens 01 curiosity, roue upon tne engine, in And secondly. because the railroad to Cincinnati, crossing Hat with him a first class baker and ran lurnilit from this place giving full access to thethe C. A O. and orchards Hooker, President; markets el charge of a personal friend, on one of man will have none of it. Hu want read, Cakes and the like on short notice. i. at Winchester, Betides, we have three large John J, Mc Roberts, Cashier; the whole world. our great railway systems, for 50 miles his own establishment not a patched Mills in the county that give ut a market A. A. Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier. " elsos. Aud f. r all our grain right at home, and the develop Choice Fruits and Vegetables, only, at express speed. I never want to up affair of mentof the mountuni regions ot Eastern and his wants and wmhes. we ought to meet Kentucky bv uilroads and the outS01 Candies, Cakes, Crackers, repeat the experiment. The nerve-- T, r0 rensonable and right. Why let Sonth by railroads has created such a demand thrill of that mad dash through midnight deny him, what we claim for ourselves, f rail kmdtof cereals and vroeii.ler that wecan scarcely retain cnouph tor home consumption. with far Inns show of necessity. Drummers' Lunch Hlscults, Graham Wafers, Re- darknese, clung to me for davs after he people are prosperous, generous aud kind, OF STANFORD, KV., ception Flakes and everything nice and good to ward; and the memory of the unrepealI believe the men, with suitable or' clicving in Christianity anu education. There eat. No stale goods allowed to accumulate. ganizing capacity, will coiiih to the fiont Is not a neighborhood in the county but hat a It now fully orgamred aud ready for business with ed ride abides with mo still with un- a ...... (ii...rnnrinti rnlrps hold of others. gcod church and pleasant vividness. Stanford, the county teat of Lincolu.it a pros, Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Hi Gladlv would I undertake it, if that gift W t pcruut little city of about 1,300 inhab.taatt and is Yet that is the sustained life, "year hi had beon vouchsafed to me. I am glad . the great doorway from the North and NorthSurplus, . - - - 19,000. not posse's ern South and from the Northwest to Nuthcast, The bet Flour In town. Sueete&t Hams In the and year out," of the patient toiler, who, 011 some accounts, that I ilo i and standing at it does gating right Into the bos- SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN LOW than an vw here ill the through the my woi k lies elsewhere. At n.rL.l i NATIONAL chill blasts of winter and it, and that om cf the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern BANK OK STANFORD, cirv. Goods delivered Iree of charge. Produce of time in my chequered career it Kentucky backed up by the wholo Blue Grass . under the tropical heats of our blazing one .1 IinVU lDfl'll . .Inniiumllu f.inillT allklnds taken In exchange Give me a call. Now closing upl with the same asset aud under ........... r.i.mii ol the State with railroads running throush WOUIU JES"E D WEAREN. the same management. summers, with clock-lik- e regularity, and I look back upon the peril-- far it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally By one of the best located townt In the South fur fully provision! of iltchaiter, depositors are at with a shudder, to tiny protected as aie depositors in National "pulls out" from the station, to guide passed almost mannfacturet and other enterprises of magnitude Banks, Water Works ate now being azitated and right liable iu thareholders being held Individually But I think this letter will not bo writ to the extent of the amount of their stock A. G. Lanharo his fiery steed in that wild gallop on the ol a ir.tle about II. Cattleman. a' iue the town John Ever in Jesus, value thereol, in addition to the shining rails, till he reaches the termi- ten in vain. there could be erected Water a Works with very therein at the parin such amount Geo. 0. Barkes. shares. It may act as little cot that would supply city of 150,000 in- executor,invested nus in safety, or bear him to the nearest administrator, truttee, Ac, as fully at and best water in the habitants with the purest individual. world Our little city hs been newly rebuilt in anTo house, tenderly, poor mutilated fragthose who entrusted their bultlnets to us the last few year ami lit business house ard res BE GENTLE TO THY WIFE. ment of what, five minutes before, was idences will compare w ith larger cities of greater whilo mnaginu the Lincoln National Bank ol Our merchanti and tradesmen ate btanrord, we we here tenderour many thsnkt and pretensions From Dear Kate's Scran-Booa brave, strong man; but now, swollen all prosperous and doing well We hase two trust they will continue to transact their business banks with a capital stock ol $100,000 that are with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenBe gentle, for ou little know by tho scalding steam, his muscular tion to same, our twenty years experience in prosperous aud in a good condition. How many trials rise; limbs shattered, and his face distorted We have splendid schools. We have a Female banking andat liberal accommodations at are conthee they tuay be tmall, Although to College, a large brick building, with over too pu sistent with sound banking in agony, so changed that his own wife cinalshm ol nils III attendance and under tne To her of giant tize niHicToKs: Prof. J M Hubbard, is in a flourishing condi or mother would hardly recognize him. J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon ; He gentle, though percbaice that lip tion. We alto nave aF,acmmary uiai n a gooo II head. We Blakemanatits In these days of accidents, so freschool, with Prof J. M. Hail, Stautord; May speak a murmuring tone, have one of the best Public School buildings in quent, I never see the begrimed, familJ. S. Owsley, Stanford; The heart may beat with kindnett this section of the State, with over 100 puptls in attendance, and with other good private schools, And joy to be thlue own. S.J. Embry, Stanford;) iar face of the man iu the greasy overyou tec our school facilities are excellent. Dealer in the above. MANAGERS, J. E. Lynn, Stanford; alls, ns he leans, in almost jaunty indifHe gentle, for the noblest heatt We have elegant church builningt, representing A. W. Carpenter, Mltledgeville; Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers may have tomo grief, At timet and are doing a Commerce Building, Louisville ference, upon the sill of his open winJ. K.Baughmsn, Hustoaville; Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. of fias .class talentmen in the city. better business word And even in a pettish class dow, waiting for tiie signal to start, Persons having any of tho above described stock than any tried of make this statement at facts, J. F. Cash, Stanford; to I have Agents throughout the South. May teek to find relief. for sale or wishing to purchase tame, will do well William Gooch,Stanlord, Ky. exaggeration or coloring, as those without a thought of the possible ghastto call on or address me An experience of fifteen without anv . H, Shanks, President. will bear no out, and those who wish Be gentle; none are perfect, ly outcome of the journey to which lie yeais in thit business has been of profit to me aud who know to buy pleasant homes at fair prices nnd locate I think I can make it profitable both to the buyer Thou'rt dearer far than life. J. D. Owsley, Cashi among'a good people with all tne best surround"W. A. TRXBBLZ, Local Agont, is hastening at 30 miles an hour. It is aud teller. "P. O. address Sttnford, Ky. W. M. Bright.Telter. too Then, hutband, bear and still forbtar, ings, would do well to call and see me before pur. Office at the Myers House. one of the most pathetic lives I know. basing cltewhere Be gentle to thy wife. STANFORD. KV. Semi-Weekly z Interior Journal REV. GEO O.BARNES rail-roa- ICE ICE II. T. NOEL 111 Cham-berlain- 't THE RILEY peril-investe- d James to-da- y -- J. JR., . i 1 -- 5m J. II. INSURANCE AGENT estab-lishmen- t. 1 South-bound-- Q Ulue-Gra- sj il-i- North-bound-- 1 RHEUMATISM sciatica successfully treated Or.Kinnl Jellico Coal. to Earp's Art Gallery .-- Latest Improvements, o-iy J. H. !.- c. FOWEJCI,, -IN- Ayer's Sarsaparilla sure the persistent use this cure ..- General -:- Merchandise, oiler-in- 1 THE SIIELTON IIOISE 1 1 splen-di- 57-i- Has Cured Others DR. PENNY, , Water, Light and Ice contr-.te- TRAVELING PUBLIC. d Dentist. i'ljll METERS HOUSE, For Sal vBBb& PRICE, Twenty Building Eots THE Livery Stable, er THE GOFFEY HOUSE S ' JOHN8M. ICE S.NX) B3SER. JOSEPH COFFEY,Pror. Prvr ! rf 1 ic I JA court-hous- lire-m- er Flr8t-Class!Salo- on 11 DR. J. A. AMOIT, Stanford, Kentucky. Public Sale. ST CK FABM tt FIRST On Saturday, July 11 5200,000 Illuo-Ura- Milliner and Dress Maker STOCK OF GOODS llliie-Gra- ts . To Farmers. H-- II. T. THE FARMERS. j ESTATE Stanford, at ndu-Ctan- et, . DOBTT STimTTE rail-roa- m r icmrniarBSo S ve om-bot- iy 1 Farmers Bank&TrustCo. 1 Staple Groceries, I'rli-e- tchool-hous- e. Ann iro visions, X aaTaW i 1 uou(;.-.ui..- 7 SBHk 1 three-fourt- ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Insurance ' Company, k. BARBEE&CASTLEMAN WILLIAM aiORELAND, 1 oj-i- yr I 3ua&3tVv!ti, a j,v