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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893060901 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 1893 $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. -- ; 7. ' S' " - 'S'1' i j i - s Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXI. WILUAWS8URQ, WHITLEY COUNTY. DANVILLE. for-A- Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JUNE 9. 1893. LIBERTY. NO. 29 LANCASTER, 6ARRARD COUNTY. K k N Mrs. Bettio Ellis and daughter, of W. T. Beddow will soon take tho Tho school year ol tho Academy Prewitt & Wood shipped three car. Maxonville, Daviess county, are now on a loads of lambs to the Cincinnati market S. Drnk e. road to sell buggies closed last Friday. Mr. James Fisher, of St. Louis, is visit to Mr. John W. Whipp. Mrs. El- Tuesday. Coiey Gulley also' shipped a Born, to tho, wife of K. D. Perkins, visiting his father and sisters on Lexing- lis is the daughter of Mr. Whipp and is KO, a girl. of hogs. My a lady of rare accomplishments, Tho Standard Oil Co. has eroded a ton avenue. The frequent rains have greatly inThe first clay of June was the day on which we began the Tho late heavy rains havo thrown terfered with tho farmers, the weeds Dr. Fayette Dunlap left for St. Louis depot at this place, with J, B White aa Tuesday to visit his uncle, Col. Jns. A. the farming prospects in this section in taking everything, agent. and considerable a critical condition. Many had not fin grumbling can be heard. Rev. Parrish, of Louisville, pleach-e- Fisher, who is in declining health. e ished planting corn and some had not Mlsces IreneStodghill aud Ada Baptist churoh Sunday mornat the Friends in Lancaster have received will graduate from Morrison College even finished breaking their land. Of news of tho death of Mrs. Fannio Duing and evening. The recent heavy rains have caused Tuesday night. Interesting preliminary that already planted on tho lower bot- ra nt, which occurred last week at the toms, much of it has been inundated by home cf her brother, Mr. Ed Coleman, a tide In the river, which will do much exercises were held Monday night. OF of Walter C. Simp- high waters and in spots, considerably in Texas. An infaut Bon damage to crops in bottom lands. L. Daugherty, of Connect! son, of the D. A D. Institute, was buried damaged. Misa II. Tho band boys realized about $23 Tho County Union Sunday-Schoo- l cut, and Misa Leo Glltner, of Imminence, Tuesday. The child was born Sunday on their strawbery supper Tuesday Convention will convene hero Friday, night They desire to extend thro this evening and tho mother is very ill. are attending the Institute commenceThe Dauvilles and the Deppens June 10. Tho people of tho county are column their thanks to those who assistment this week. Mr. E. E. Nelson made base bsll clubs will meet here Friday reqtlested to bring their baskets well ed them. a business trip to Jellico. team and the clash of resounding arms will tilled witli provisions. Tho distinguishThe Williamsburg baso hall Misses Mamie and Carrie Currey man, Barclay, from gave an elegant party Wednesday even went to Mt. Ash Saturday and had a be heard far aud near. Tho Danvilles ed Sunday-schoSouthwestern Kentucky Is expected to ing in honor of their guest, Misses Ma game with the nine of that place. The expect to win, of course. License for the marriage of George be present, aifd other noted workers. A ban and Jenkins, of Danville. On the The low prices at which we propose to sell the above mentioned arhcore stood 10 to 10 in favor of Williamsburg. They will meet hero Saturday, if Csrrithers and Mary E. Owens, G. M. large assembly was here last year and a same evening the youngerset "stormed" ticles we call moving and you will decide with us when you find how d crowd Is looked for this Mr. Frank Markabury and were handBurnet and Evasio Whitehouse, James the weather permits. who has been at Preston and May Lanham were issued year. Mr. J. A. Butler, somely entertained. Died, at tho house of his tending the A. and M. College at Isli- by the county clerk Tuesday evening. Beginning next Sunday afternoon, Mr. B. G. Boyle and family left W. B. Jellries, on Carpenter's Creek, gospel temperance meetings will be held ngton, is with us again. Mr. "aul Mur-re- ll, Mr. June 1, Mr. Bailey Brown. "Uncle" at the e of Hickory, N. 0., stopped over on Thursday for Old Point Comfort. twice daily, at 3 and ho Boyle will return at once and Monday Bailey waa born near Lancaster, Sept. 8 o'clock his way home from Lexington, where m. We are requested to say We sell these goods. No man in Lincoln county carries as fine goods i. next he and Mr. E. S. Rowland will go '21, 1SI0, therefore waa In his 83d year. that a division of time will be given any and as has been attending school. elegant styles in Clothing as we. Come at once and secure Mr. W. E. DeLong, of this place, to Ciiirago aud take in the World's Fair. He was tho son of a good soldier of the advocate of tho license system. These a bargain. 18112 and the father of a good one Edgar Brady,, of Mercer county, war of and Miss Lillle Amos, of Ironton, Ohio, meetings will continue up to the date of were married at the bride's home Thurs- awore out four prosecutions Thursday in of the late war. Though be was never the election. day, June 1. They arrived hero Friday the police court against Jim Heury connected with tke martial pomp of Misses Susan Sutton and Lizzie morning. Mr. DeLong is superintend- Gaines for soiling him whisky and beer. military service, nevertheless ho was a Markabury, of lower Garrard, are the The cases will probably bo disposed of hero belonging to the private ranks of guesta of Mrs. J. I. Hamilton. Miss Kaent of S. X. Ford . Co 'a mill. the great battle of life. During bis long tie McGrath, of Bryautsville, ia visiting night Miss Bingham's music Saturday. Cut-Pri- ce Friday Intelligence Is wanted of Jerome life ho lived by the honest sweat of bis Misa Jennio Burnside. Misa Myra Owsclass gave a recital at the Congregational church, which was well attended. The Scott, a contractor, who Is supposed to brow. After bis removal to this section ley, of Hubble, is visiting relatives in On goods in every department will begin this week at young ladies did well, showing their have been in Danville some time ago. in early life ho always was employed by town. Miss Sallie Noel, of Danville, is musical ability and payings compliment His sister Is very ill at New Albany, the best men of Lincoln and Casey coun- the guest of Miss Mamie Noel. Write to George Moulin, 81 ties. He had the reputation among all Ind. Monkey John, tho notorious little to Miss Bingham as a teacher. of them of being a faithful laborer and sneak thief, who was aent to the peniMrs. Klnkead, of the State of Wash- Pearl street, New Albany, Ind. Mr. Earnest Martin, son of Hev. C. of unflinching integrity. The rich and tentiary at the last term of court and ington, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr. at ioc, worth 15 A nice line of vests will be placed on sale B. Martin of tho '2d Presbyterian church, the poor all respected Uncle Bailey for pardoned by the governor on account of Gatlitr. Misa Laura Brock attended the All brands of Calicoes go. and 20c; nicer quality at a little advance. wedding of her brother, Chxs. B. Brock, was ordained a minister Tuesday night his sterling qualities. his age, was landed in jail again Tues- at 5c; Masonville aud Lonsdale Cottons best 10--4 Bleached at London, last Thursday. Miss Lucy at a meeting of Transylvania Presbytery day, charged with stealing a lot of mon- Sheeting 22c. We have also received a new lot of Millinery and can HUBBLE. Campbell, of St. Albans, Va., is visiting at tho I'd church. He will go to India ey from little Coleman Sweeney. Suffi- open your eyes on prices. Don't fail to get a pair of those sample aa a missionnext fall and labor there Mike Rogers and Miss Martha Ball cient evidence could not be produced to her sister, Mm. O. C. Moore. Shoes at cost before it is too late. We will continue to give our cus ary. This week wtll be one of entertainwere married last Thursday evening. convict him and he waa turned loose to tomers a handsome Crayon Portrait with every Sio's worth of goods. V2 or 15 A project ia on foot to buy ment for Williamsburg-- . On Tuesday James Engleman and little eon are continue his rascality. This little devil Ask for a card. acres of land near Junction City from C. evening Dr. E. S. Moss aud wife enterdown on u business trip. Little Joe Rice needs hanging. S.Jackson, Mark Anderson and Ike is at homo from school in Frcnkforrt. tained the literary societies of the InstiThe commencement exercises of Shelby, Jr., for camp meeting purposes. S. M. Spoonamore has a ewe which Garrard College were held in the Christute; on Wednesday evening tho Smith It is likely from present indications that raised him three Iambs, which he Bold tian church Wednesday morning, 7th. aonlan Society gave a literary enter V. L. AUSTIN. there will be a camp meeting there in for J13.S0 and Thursday the wool for $1,50, mak- The graduates were Millard F. West, D. B. CAMTBRLL. tuinment fct tho August. ing an income of $15..'K) on one sheep and Jennio Burnside, Nannie McCarley, May evening Hov. Taylor will address the Ed Fife, who knocked IWtie Em on Z. Hughes, Owen W. Stephens, Alice he has hor yet as good as ever. graduating class at the bry down Monday night, because bIio S. J. Hubble was able to get to Hudson, Fannio Cochran and Lula K. Friday morning tho exercises by the would not dismiss an already secured Sunday for the first time since Rifle. The essays aud orations were graduating dabs; Friday evening Crouch's benu and lot I'M go home with her from church & AT73TXXT,' ho got thrown from a buggy aboutayear highly creditable to all the graduates. Orchestra, of Knoxville, will give an enBaptist church, was sent to the colored ago. Mrs Jones, of Lexington, is visit The program was interspersed with vo- Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset tertainment aud on Snturduy evening the wareroom, paint Tuesday for II days for tho Welsh Church Singers, numbering his um;allant conduct. lnc her mater. .Mrs. . !.. Uwsley, near cal and instrumental music, which was and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. excellent. n, will give a concert at the courtAfter consulting with his friends here. I). G. Spoonamore delivered tho top house. Those who mba this concert sill thtoughout thecounty, Mr. Logan Cald GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS. mis' quite a musical treat. The railroad well Iihs dually concluded to he a candi- bunch of lambs in this neighborhood, average beiug S3 pounds. HiggitiB will sell tickets a reduced "rates to those This summer resort is now ready to A specialty. tSTSign Work, artistic and plain. a We guarantee date for county judge before the magis- the stock receive guests, and with an abundance who desire to attend this concert and trates next Monday. Mr. Chus. Wood, Alcorn sold a lot of work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. hogs at 7c. M. F. Elkin bought some of ice, spring chickens and fresh milk, have tickets to come. it is also understood, will, in addition to stuff hero at :c. it was never in better condition to enCAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky. other gentlemen heretofore mentioned, butcher BRODHEAD. How to Ret found when you get tertain its guests. Since last season mabe a candidate. watch till you seo boiuo ono ny improvements have boon added, in Miss Maggie Burner is vieiting at TO THE- Mrs. Dr. J. 0. Bogle and Mish Mary lost' Just Gum Sulphur. Miss Leli.i Pointer went Shelby have returned from tho World's goinir, it matters hot hi what direction, cluding a large ballroom nnd bowling-alloof old goblers, roosters, ducks a to bee her parents last week. There is no better place to enend Fair. They enjoyed the visit very with lot (ioorjro Owen is on the sick lint this much and think the newspaper charges and geest that are so poor, old and tough a day, a weok or a month, and no place week. Dr. It. L. Davison, of Stanford, Is of extortion unfounded except in rare that no one will buy them. Follow them on earth whore you can have so much We call your attention to the Late Improved hero for a few days, practicing dentis instances and then in such matters as and sooner or later you will reach Hub- fun and enjoyment for so little money. you can get information hs Having advertised Saturday, Juno 10th, try. are likely to deceive the most watchful ble and there The young people of town had two whether or not there b a World's Fair to tho location of your desired point. as our i),)omu- -, wo win on mat nay pre- Mr. North, candidate for Lincoln's pa'o an excellent dinner for a limited storm partiefl Saturday night, one at at Chicago. called1 on us last numb'r and will only charge 50 Miss Susie Hutchison's and and one at cents Jo C. Going', Chas. Douglass and next representative, week. Ho and Mr. Helm will unsheath ior dinner or supper, and ball included. Miss Hob. L. Yeukey's. Geo. Arthur were at Harrodsburg SunWe had a very exciting and cloiely day evening and after they came home tl,eir oratorical bayonets and do battle All ladies will be admitted to contested school election here. As all Harrodsburg ollicers secured their arrest hereon tho night of Juno 10. Now, I freo of charge, but gents who do not the old trustees were serving under ap on a charge ot running lueir venicie would advWe the young men before they take dinner or supper with us will be pointment, there were three now ones over a woman .nanit'd Sally Monday. go further to investigate as to whether, charged lio conts to tho dance. Tho to elect and these were chosen- James They were tried Tuesday and acquitted, if elected, they can get possession of the roads have been worked and with a few legislative halls or not. Our present Roberts, W. II. Colyer, A. J. I'ike. dry days and no ram on Friday, will tho proof showing that the woman dewill have to adjourn boforo you be in very good condition for carriages Tho ladies of Hrodhead are prnpar. liberately ran in front of thu barouche ing to havo a strawberry and ice cream and tried to stop it without having a can get possession, and there seems to to pass over Saturday. There is no trou be no law to stop them, ko long as the ble at tho crossing at the river if you will Hiipper at the now Mammoth store build- right to do ao. M. H. Harding, of DanSlate's credit is good for their $3 per day, come out at the lower ford. Ouly horse' ing next Saturday night. The proceeds ville, was attorney for the accused. that, as the old Baying goes, back riders should come straight across, Sunday are for the benefit of the two Ellen Embry complained to tho po- and besides of town and a good tune is ex- lice judge Wednesday that Hannah "possession is nine points in law." schools Prof. Bush will have charge of the Everybody is invited to at. Bentley had hoodooed her and wanted pected. this season, and there will be Association of Ken- The Mexican Veteran tend. a dance every night. Board in June relief from her iucantatlons. It seemed tucky Mr. J. G. Frith, of this place, that Hauuah had secured tin type picannual reunion at Stan- will be $5 per week, in July and August J&'&ViMft.iatar fcSv candidate for deputy collector's tures of Ellen and burying them face Will hold their $0 and $7, according to location and furford on Thursday. June 13, 1893, to iSvVtotv.Ql V place, in this tho Ith division of the Sth downward in that way undermined her nishing of rooms. which all surviving comrades and their district, wont to Danville Friday to see health. Tho Grand Picnic of tho 6cason will be Thu court instructed Officer wives are fraternally inVited and reMr. C. H. Bodes about his appointment. French to uncunjuro Ellen and to en given on July 4th, when fully o,000 present. quested to be s Mr. Frith is a gentleman and a persona will be present. If you want to join Hannah from thu further practice The Association will be called to ortill the democrat, and fully qualified to have a happy time come to "Green And would say to you never buy without first examining it. We asof witchcraft. der at - o'clock r. m , at Walton's Opera position he is asking for, aud as organization a recess Briar" Saturday, or any time during the sure you that it is the simplest, most durable and the lightest draft Jean Wheeler, a former Cincinnati House, aud after is uot asking for anything much Respt., summer. machine on the market and less liable to get out of order. Call and will bo taken, and a banquet at or ubout D. G. Slauoiitkk. under tho new administration, wo can't crook, ate a lot of soap in order that I o given by tiie citizens of it. It is represented at Crab Orchard by W. A. Carson, at Stanford 4 o'clock will be preBee why ho should not bo appointed as might froth at tho mouth and also county, under tho gauspices of by D. B. Stagg, at McKinney by Alford & McKinney, at Kings-vill- e Lincoln LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. deputy collector. We feel confident that tended to havo fit thinking it might Se Mexican Veteran Association of the by W. L. McCarty and at Huston ville by John Rifle. no man will bo able to present a better duce the governor to pardon him from the A valuable cow belonging to Sam county. Further proceedings will bo He did not play it and stronger recommendation and en the penitentiary. Parman waa killed by the cars. by the Association. than Mr. Frith. It will bo tine enough, but on the contrary swal- regulated dorsement County Clerk 0. N. Scoville has will be mado to make the Every ellort lowed tho soap and died from the efDon't fail to see the Buckeye Machines. gratifying to his many friends in successful aud enjoyable one. bought out Hatcher & Reese in the bar- Kept by each agent. occasion a If Mr. Rodea in his wisdom should fects. business. The parties named above Gbandkrsos D. Smilry, ber Ira J. Chase, John W. see proper to give him this position. will continue aa the artists, but as Mr. Call and see our William Burton, Paris and Lowis S. Walden have been Jno, B. Dickkhsoh, S. will have to hire a treasurer, it is Jab. T. Harris, Six desperadoes, armed with Win indicted for their connection with the probable ho will not become a millionCommittee. Bank failure at GreenB-towNEW chesters, marched into the People's aire from this source. Chase Is charged Ind. Jno. S. Bosliy, Local Oh'n. Bank at Bentonvillo, Ark., and made the Marlow who has been John H. Rbuiicn Williams, Sec'y. officers hand over tlO.000 in cash. The with fraud, embezzlement, direct and whooping up things in the general merSaves time labor and expense scoundrels made the cashier help them indirect, and obtaining money under Cincinnati, O. and return, one fare chandise business bereor over a year, To is a rrv1.000 in silver, but he was too (also pretenses. The haa succumbed to the inevitable. He Guaranteed to be for the nund trip from all points east of nnlrk for them andBhpped into an open preacher in the Christian church. & Ore, haa been attached, claims amounting Baving the ellver. The R. Laidlaw, a stock clerk, is tho Mississippi River, via Queen Win. door and bolted it, to about $3,000, being filed against him. on all trains scheduled to citizens fired on tho roouere, who re auing Russell Sage, tho distinguished N. cent Route, He owes about $0,000 and his stock of Cincinnati June 1Kb and 12th, turned tho firo, killing one man and Be Y. millionaire, for $50,000, because that arrive at goods will invoice about $4,000. gentleman pulled him in front of him ISM. Meeting of the Mystic Shrine. rimir.lv woundlug several others. got when Narcrc-s- a threw the dynamito Rates open to all. Charles Y. Richards' parachute And to give satisfaction. The sinking fund commissioners m Point ca- failed to work when be jumped from his one bid for the labor ol the convicts, boom at him. Laidlaw happened to be but The entire corps of flWeat Mason-FoarCo. in Mr. Sage's oflice and got tho share of balloon 3,000 feet above Trenton, N. J., and that waa from the dets will go Into camp at the World's and he was dashed to pieces. be held tomorrow to ac- the shock that waa intended for Sage, A meeting will Fair about the middle of August. end waa badly wounded. cept or reject it. car-loa- d d Win-gat- Cash Slaughter Sale, -- ol Dry Goods, Clothing Ladies' Slippers. good-size- son-in-la- Ridiculously Low court-hous- STEPHENS & KNOX. : A : Great : Sale The Cash Bargain Store to-da- y 8c; B. F. JONES & SON. court-hous- e; court-hous- e; NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL Fro'rs. st; work-hous- e House Painting and Paper Hanging 150-pou- -- Farmers of Lincoln Co. ball-roo- - leg-Matu- ball-roo- Bock-castle- 's flrst-cls.s- New Buckeye Machines, OF E;EFA.IR;S 1 Hock-castl- e .AXjXj IKZIlSriDS Hock-castl- e, Ex-Go- Paris-Dwiggin- B n, PROCESS STOVE. Ex-Go- v. PERFECTLY SAFE. d W. H. WEffREN & CO. ftjjapTsn" VICES AND FOIBLES. MRS. FRANK LESLIE CONTRASTS THE FAULTS OF THE SEXES. Women lek Tolerance! Mm Lack Tact. Whca Men Are Courae, Women llecoma Spiteful The Foible of Sanctlmonloua- and the Vice of Careleatneta. 1880, (Copyright, by American Press Associa- tion. ft In1 haps be too proud. They don't frequent barrooms and similar resorts, to bo sure, but then one must remember they don't want to. They do go to church a good deal, but they take pleasure in doing it Virtuo and vice are. after all, comparative terms, and the temperament of the individual comes in to modify most decisions. On one of tho occasions when I helped to swell the congregation of women at church 1 heard what seemed to me a most sensible and rational theory propounded by the preacher. He was talking of the judgment, and he said that the Judge was not going, like an earthly magistrate, to apply an iron law to every case alike, but to consider each culprit's temperament, opportunities and environment. That seems to me a plan that, if it could be applied in mundane courts of so called justice, would be productive of far happier results than can now be obtained. Men, for instance, would not be so severely judged for frequenting barrooms as women would, and a fretful, suspicious, "nagging" woman would not be punished for her flights of temper as a man would be for similar conduct. Each sex has its own class of faults, and doubtless tho temptation to those faults is far stronger in the class which has a sort of hereditary right to them than in any other. They differ essentially, these faults of men and women do, and very often they clash all tho more on account of these differences. Man's wrong tendencies run into vices more or less coarse and degrading, while woman's tend rather to foibles and faults more or less narrow and contemptible In this matter of barrooms, for instance almost every man thrown into business and political relations with other men. or who mingles freely with other men of various classes, finds himself very often invited, almost compelled, to drink something with them, and I; suppose of the men in America are in the habit of doing so.- Jnst why people should invito each other to drink as a sign of good fellowship, r honest intentions, or forgiveness, orj amity, is rather a pufczle, especially to the femalo mind. Why is the process of deglutition a specially social one? Why don't they invite each other to wash their hands together, or comb in fact, their hair, or blow their uoe-eany of the familiar functions men perform all tho time, just as they drink when they aro thirsty and eat when they ' are hungry? However, not to spend time in theorizing, we grant the fact that men have a habit of drinking together, and down town they resort to barrooms for that purpose. 1 am not writing a temierance lecture and do not say there is any wrong in doing this, but I do say that drunkon-nes- s is a vice, and a very disgusting one, ' and that a habitual drunkard is not a fit or indeed a possible companion for any woman. Tho vice is one natural to him as a man in our present condition of civilization, especially, in great cities, and perhaps a perfectly just and omniscient judge would not condemn him for it half so severely as the woman does who is compelled to suffer from tho effects of a vice which is no temptation to her and which she cannot understand. i On the other hand, the woman has her foibles of temper, of solfishness, of jealousy, of vanity, of precision and intol-- 1 erance. These qualities aro not vices, unless we call jealousy one, but they are capa-- 1 ble of making life intolerable to any one compelled to nssociato intimately with the woman who possesses and develops j them. A man under certain conditions of ex-- ; citementand provocation is apt to become coarse and brutal. Ho swears, he bangs tho furniture about, he tells his wifo she is a fool, or a liar, or a scold, and taunts ' her with cruel insults. He visibly, to her eyes if not to his own, 6teps down from ' his position ns man and gentleman and becomes an object of scorn and loathing. Now como in her foibles to fan the flaino his vices havo kindled. Sho uses hor nimble tonguo like a lush, sho mimics him, she tools at him, sho wishes she had a kodak to talao his picture in fact, she arouses all that is worst in his nature to a condition of frenzy, and after that Ho may point anything is possible. strike her; he may heap upon her insult so terrible that no ienitcnco can over wash them away; he may even be so wrought upon by rage and that senso of helplessness which assails a man when a clever woman lets loose her tongue upon him as to lay out his brute strength upon her and lay her dead at his feet. Two men or two women rarely if ever stir each other to such a pitch of irresponsible wrath us an angry woman can drive an angry man. Or let us impartially Reverse the case. One of a woman's foibles is love of admiration and homage. She has beauty and fascination of manner, and she likes toseetbeirpoworconfessed. Her husband is a jealous man and at tho same time indiffcrvnt to those claims in his wife iwhich.li was prompt to confess before (theybwsunejtriscnru property. She seeks iiufuscmcKt and TonaohitioTi in public two-thirs ' HILE the barrooms are 17 foil of men the churches are full of women," said a shrewd observer in one of the daily prints lately. His statement was a broad one, but after all conveys a truth of which women may per1 J 111' Til JlttVJ' A.if t I , -- herself is a churchgoer and a religion! woman, hns tho opportunity either tc innke or mar tho happiness of her whole married life. If she is wiso, she neither argues, scolds nor sulks over her husband's indovoutness, hut goes her way alone, trusting to time and tact nnd one or tho other of which will, if sho is patient nnd sweet and wiso, generally givo her if not all at least pnrt of what sho desires. But tho intolerant woman! Alas, the father of evil must often be gay and glad at seeing his work bo well dono with godly weaiou3. Bitter speeches, direful forebodings ns to his eternal doom, sneering nonncceptnnco of excuses, a rigid and frozen air of phnrisaio displeasure all these or even hnlf of them will soon drive a man who began by being careless and indifferent into bitter and honest hatred of religion or any of its practices, and tho vices of ribaldry and profanity aud blasphemy may spring up a sturdy crop from tho 6eed bowii by tho foible of in tolerance and overrighteonsness. But not to multiply instances, it is, ns it seems to me, a broad and general truth that the vices of man nnd tho foibles of woman act and react upon each other with tcrriblo power, nnd that when one of a married couple fiuds him or herself confronted by nn ill qunlity in the other, which seems well nigh intolerable, their first step should bo to keenly examine themselves for some vico or foible which acts as an irritant nnd incentive to the other. The old saying thnt it takes two to mako a quarrel may be amplified to mean that when a married couplo lives unhappily tho fault is not generally all on one side, nnd if each party will honestly confess this and make some concessions tho breach mny bo healed or at lcast lessened. As a general rule, men nro wanting in tact aud adaptability, and women are deficient in tolerauco and patience. If both men nnd women recognized these deficiencies and tried to remedy them, a great deal of matrimonial trouble would Ijo dono away with almost imperceptibly, nnd tho marriago car would run upon velvet instead of cobble. Of course this general rule has exceptions, and a good many too. There aro men so absorbed in their own selfish enjoyments, so lound in their own vices, bo utterly regardless of tho welfare of other persons, that no amount of self sacrifico on tho part of their wives would do anything to soften or elevate them. There are women so utterly frivolous, shallow and heartless thut no magnanimity or unselfish devotion upon tho pnrt of n husband could elevate them. Of such I havo nothing to say, and probably nothing but death or some other separation will help their sad case. But in the majority of cases, if a man 1 onco remonstrated with a man whom has vices, let tho woman see to it that I had known before his marriage as a her foibles do not aggravate them, nnd very genial, good humored fellow, with vico versa. "Verbuin sapientia suflicit." tho cajincity for becoming a really charming man. "Why do you go to such places?? Don't you see that you nro letting yourself down terribly? What would your mother, have thought if she had heard of youi being there last night?" demanded I, with the freedom of long friendship, and he. Urciktnic Slipper. with a bort of groan, replied: Theso crocheted slippers, which are "1 know it: it's all true; you can't tell very comfortable for invalid wear, nre me more than 1 sometimes tell myself. mado of double zephyr nnd ornamented But what can 1 do? I'm a fellow tha with ribbon. The lamb's wool soles may likes a good joke and a jolly laugh, and be bought at any shoe store and como only to let loose generally when business is in whole sizes, nnd the slippers should over and play begun. But you know always be made at least half a sizo larger my wile that is. you've seen her you than the ordinary shoe. For a slipper of couldn't know unless you lived with medium sizo begin with a chain of nine; her how horribly good sho is" second row, turn and go back with plain "Horribly good!" echoed 1. stitch, putting two stitch-- in the mid"Yes. just that," doggedly resjnmded dle stitch of the previous row; third row, my friend. "She's neat and nice, of crochet each stitch in tho farther side of course. In fact, I fell in love with her the stitch in the previous row, to givo look and air like a white lily, but if I the ribbed effect, and put two stitches in were going to 'call her et names, dar- the middle stitch ns before; continue in ling,' now, I'd change White Lily into this way, widening each time across by When I get homo at the double stitch in the middle and 'Ice Woman.' night, 1 want to throw down my hat and remembering to always crochet along coat, and kick off my boots, and un- the farther side of the previous row buckle the armor I've worn all day, and until tho front of tho slipper is 'lay off generally. I want a sweet, lov- largo enough to como well over a the top of tho foot, Tho thread being ing little woman to come and give-mkiss and say she's glad to seo me and ask at the end of a row, crochet back 10 if 1 won't have something to drink why, stitches; then turn and crochet thus a I'd be grateful if sho offered mo a cup of strip long enough to go around tho back tea even! But, no; it's 'Why, John, of tho foot and join the front of tho slipwhat a noise you make, and pray don't per on the other side. Buy tho soles be throw your hat down on that chair. Have you cleansed your feet on the doormat?' "Then if try to tell her a joke, or n story, or something lively, sho pinches up her mouth like a vise nnd says I in 6ult her, nnd, oh, dear! I feel just like that fellow who was shut into an iron cell and saw tho walls close in nnd in uion him till they crushed him flat. I havo to get out of it somehow, and you fore beginning the slippers nnd measure know wlicn a horso kicks over tho traces by one of them. When the end of tho strip has been joined to tho front, crochet ono he generally bolts to finish up with." is that of reli- row around tho top of tho slipper. Begin A similar foiblo to this Almost every man with three chain, put tho thread over gious intolerance. hi3 wifo to have some religious and crochet, skipping ono stitch; one wishes In fact. I think a chain, thread over, skip ono and crochet, belief and practices. good many men look to their wives to continue in tho same way. After tho take care of the spiritual concerns of the ojkhi row is finished crochet into that a family just as they do after tho house- fringe of loops of chain stitch. Sow tho keeping or tho mending. It is a part of slippers to the soles with twist or emduty to tho marital firm. But a broidery silk and fasten firmly to pretheir great many women pursuo this duty un- vent ripping. Hun nn elastic through tho til it becomes a nuisance. They aro not open row of stitches around tho anklo content with going to church in season and ornament tho front with a bow of Isam:j.i.a I'uoeroit. and out of season themselves, but they ribbon uuibt drive their husbands thither at the A Woiiiiin Hear tlm point of the bayonet that bayonet of Among the most important observatheir tongue, which thoy know how tc tions mado on tho lart eclipse of tho mm use so fatally. The young man of tho present day it uro thoso of Professor Schaeberlo and not a churchgoing animal as a general his party of photographers from Lick thing. He will go as a bachelor some- observatory, California. Their point of times on tho chance of walking home by observation was a spot among tho Andes the longest way with some "pretty girl. mountains in Chili. The expenses of tho Ho will go while ho is engaged because wholo exitcditiou were paid by Mrs. his fianceo wishes him to, and he will go Hearst, widow of Senator Hearst of Calwhen ho is first married as a sort of ac- ifornia. Next to helping her own sex diwiso way, a rich woman knowledgment of tho new duties and ob- rectly in ligations to "forswear sack and live can duvote her wealth to nothing better cleanly" tlint ho hns taken upon himself. than aiding tho advancement of science. But after the first year ho becomes acTho numb'T of femalo customs inspectcustomed to his new dignities and is very' apt when Sunday morning comes ors at the iHirt of New York aro to bo appeared for the round to havo "a littlo headache" or to doubled. Twenty-fou- r in April. feel very tired and in need of a good civil service " rest, or to Ivoldly declare that "he'd rath Twenty-oii- " " lie employed. s ta.-lri- on s and flirts with this or that admirer, rather pleased at finding that she can stir her careless lord to frantic jealousy. If she persists and from tho mere lovo of power goads and teases him too far, ho may break looso from those bonds of morality which every decent man assumes with his marriage vows and go to the bad generally, revenging himself upon ais giddy wife by Haunting before her faco rivals whoso very rivalry is a degradation to her. Or.pcrhap-- her foiblo is an inordinate precision. Her homo is like u nunnery. Her own apartments aro like those of an old mnid. She cannot havo smoking anywhere in the house lecauiO it scents tho walls and furniture. She cannot havo newspapers or paper novels thrown about on chairs and tables. If tho husband, manlike, pushes tho fumituru this way aud that, throws open a window and rudely twists tho lace draperies like a rope to keep them out of the way, the preciso woman replaces everything the moment his hand leaves it perhaps silently and with a long suffering air oi patient martyrdom, perhaps with a cold and formal request that Mr. will not turn her parlors into a caucus room or worse. The precise woman carries her precision further than the furniture. Her husband, coming home from his all day association with men, tells his wifo what lit thinks a good story or n funny jest oi tells what some man has told him about bouio other man. Tho precise woman it shocked. Perhaps she ought to be shocked: perhaps she ought to mako hef husband feel that he has como homo tc a purer and mote refined atmosphere than he has been breathing through the day, but her foiblo of precision comes L to aggravate Ids vice of coarseness, and she rebukes him in a cold and bitter fashion that only distrusts and anuoyt him, instead of acknowledging the fun and then gently and deftly suggesting that it niteht have been moro delicately put: or i.Ve by a certain surprised and pained look and a softly breathed "Oh, Ned!" or perhaps with a caress and a whispered word like "Oh. darling, don't: please don't" in one of these ways or in some similar a tweet, natural woman will soon mako her husband ashamed of being coarse, at least in her presence, and sho will have helped instead of hindering him. But jut so sure as a coarsely genial man marries a preciso and intolerant woman, just so sure is sho to drive him from homo and from her presence. He may not become unfaithful, as tho husband of the tltrt does, but ho seeks in hit hours of leisuro the society of other men or of women who, as ho puts it, "don't care what yon say to them." Or he lounges behind tho scenes of the theater, or in tho stables, or at social assemblages far below his own level, anywhere, in fact, that he can feel freo and untrani-meled- . er go for a walk out of town." In fact, ho doesn't want to go to church. Now is tho timo when tho wife, if sht I v .V rt ri V. WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. LV-hlllAl- MERIT SuKRPotloni CARD FOR BEEF CATTLE. '"T u Merit llcgNter For llreeil of llerf Cuttle. A uiemlKT of tho American Hereford association submits to Tho Breeder's Gazette tho following diagram as tho basis of a merit record for beef breeds: Tho points or features of record as hero proposed nre mndo with tho view of meeting tho particular requirements of tho Hercfords, but with bouio slight modification in theso points this plan, it is thought, might bo made equally to other breeds of beef cattle. lo 43 s J 1 " I u DIACIRAM OF MERIT RECORD. body of n bovino bo divided into parts something similar to the subdivisions usually made for a scale of points, and that each of the parts bo designated by n number, and furthermore that certain numbers bo taken to designate certain features of the animal, as color, markings, set of horns, general appearance, etc., as shown in the diagram herewith submitted. While some of the features here enumerated mny lo regarded by thofto of tho strictly utilitarian turn of mind as not of sufficient importance to justify a place in the record, yet thero are breeders who aro largely influenced by and breed for what may bo termed fancy features. As the addition of theso fancy features to the records of points mny be mndo without adding materially to the traublo and expense of the same, it would doubtless be thought lest to admit them to a placo therein, and t'mi give sufficient latitude and scopo to tho work to meet the wishes of all classes of breeders. Tho drawing herewith submitted shows tho outlines of the lody of a Hereford nnd the proposed divisions of the same into parts to 1k scaled nnd tho ratings thereof to lw recorded, together with tho number that may l used to designate each of thfso parts. In order to very materially shorten tho record mado of the scaling of each mrt it is proposed to indicate tho rating given to each part and feature by ono of the first five letters of the nlphalwt, these five letters covering nil the degrees of development from tho best or highest to tho worst or lowest ns nctunlly seen (imS ideal) in this breed of cattle. With this plan it will 1k necessary for the associn- . . Catlap Heart NC01C 1 It is projwsed, to begin with, that the .. A aa II x a C X X I) K IJri'flSl Crop I 4 aa Shoulder For rib. Uip-- t f Koro flunk Ixiln Ox 7 8 U .. .. z x x x x x x X .. .. x , x .... .. x ,. .. .. .. Unit) Hump....... ... .. t 10 11 Flunk Twin .. .. - .. .. x .. .. .. ., .. .. x a x ,. i'gs l'ppr Scale 111ml loss , . .. ,,.,,, It .. i. 1C Ill 0lj line .. x . Quality Finlfrh........... Disposition rJt'bli.... .... ........... ..., ll 3) .. .. 21 .. x -- I 18 l- x .. x .. ., .. .. (lenernl upieratice tolor.. .... .............. , Murl-lnii'- - Horn....,... "4 I' .. x ., x ,. .. x .. .. .. x .. x .. .. x . . .. .. 1 1'xpt-iiMt- . tion on tho outside. This decoration lxn water color design, simple, but graceful. A suitablo design may he Of J W Ramtev, lam Incrcailng theatock at traced and transferred and painted in fait as powible and will boon have it three or four flat tinta. It Ehould bo Parilluminated by tiny broken lines of gold paint hero nnd there among the steme and foliage, and tho monogram or IniCall at my Mnro on I.ancatier and will it to ) cur intern! to tiadc with me Grades from approved cattle breeds tials in tho right hand comer muybo w nro thoao that briug tho top prico in tho dono entirely in gcltl. W.C. HUTCHINCS. ISABELLA PliOCTOIt. 3 beef markets. tion to distinctly defino each degree inletters, as dicated by onoof tho afore-ai- d tho same is to 1 applied to each jmrt and feature of the animal, ns, for example: TheShonlders 5 A indicates the most jierfect degree of development, wherein there is freedom from coarseness, tho points being well in and well covered, tho.blades smoothly laid aud well covered with flesh; B. free from coarseness, with points well in and well covered, blades nicely laid, but somewhat bare; C, jioints slightly prominent and bare, blades smorth and covered; 1), somewhat coarse, with )oints prominent and blades covered; E, roam., with joints very prominent nnd blades bare. Tho Legs 15 A, short; B, long; C, medium length and size; I), fine; E, coarse; A D, rhort and fine; A E, short nnil coarso; II D, long and fine; 13 D, long and coarse. Tho Upper Line 10 A indicates a reasonablo approximation to a straight and level lino from crops to tailhoad; B, a reasonablo approximation to a straight lino from crops to tailheatl; C, a reasonable approximation to a straight and level lino from tailhead to coupling, but deviating somewhat from same between coupling nnd crops; D, a reasonable "ajH proximation to a straight and level lino from crojis to coupling, but deviating somewhat from samo between coupling aud tailhead; E, not n reasonablo approximation to a straight and lovel lino between crops and coupling, and between coupling and UilLead. Tho Color (red; Z' A indicates very light; B, light: C, medium; D, dark; E, very dark. In order to facilitate reference to this record tho definitions might be so arranged that tho corresponding letters in their usual order, beginning with A, would indicato the highest or most perfect degree of development, nnd each buccessivo letter a lower degree down to E, tho lowest, arf applied to tho various parts of tho animal, so that the development of tho part would bo indicated in general terms by A as very good; B.good or above tho average; C, medium or average; D, not good or below tho average; E, bad. thus uffording two degrees of development, and two corresponding ratings abovo tho average, and two below. Ituiton Lnrtlei Who Have J tut Struck a IU the following to My about the Klrctroroite Illuw For Independence. ml how It cures ol 1. Crippe. Tho women of Boston havo just strnck Olfice llrinly, Htltifc H.rJyCo , n large, sfgnificant blow for independLoulivillf, Jan. jo, 189. ence. At least n dozen of them have GtnU: While ntlcrutlnr. the Memphlt appeared on tho ntreets in trousers. tame monllm tgo, I wm attacked with Klr icvtie Some call them divided skirts, others pmi in my armt and Icru, the effect! of grippe of bloomers and others Syrian trousers, but litt winter. I fair! your agentlhcre, Mr Market!, they mean all tho same thing. Mrs. B. who l an old friend, and he Inilited that I um O. Flower, wifo of tho editor of Tho IheKlcctropoltealhU office, which I did with Arena, is among tho prominent women wonderful retutu. In a thurttlme the paipa let! who havo adopted tho costume, and the me aad I concluded to rent a 'I'olte. Whtn my lime eiplrcd I bought it, and would not other day, when she went into a milli- lentntwith it had any part for comldtratlcn. It It certainly nery storo on Washington street for tho a wonderful treatment, and i mere purpose of to how It dota In work, yet It doet wonderful a . innocent nnd praiseworthy It I buying a new bonnet, sho came near lathe duty of every man to make it. think knon to causing a blockiulo around tho premises, afflicted any lhinE lhafwill be of an benefit the to bo great was the curious crowd. And thcni.and the Klcctropoiie certainly will. Very Itcirectfully, now tho latest is that Mrs. May Wright Sewnll nnd Mrs. Knchel Foster Avery T. H C. IIRIN1.V. havo appeared at tho World's fair in tho Mr. Ilrinley lnone of the olden and bet! known samo full Syrian trousers and short plow manufacturer In the country. The dneaici skirts. Just tho other day in a New confined to any cured by the KUctropolw are ml particular clan Jersey villngo n woman was turned out uecygenlinborbed through of aliment. Ily lla the of church simply lecauso site woro theso membrane, addt itrtntth and vigor pom and to garments. Think of the courage it takes yatera, and will cure any dlteate where the entire there l to defy Dame Fashion Theso women ltality to build on and a cure la poialhle. Wa in stand for a principle as well as trousers. ite all to call or write and git lull particular.. Success to themt Why should n worn-aDl'llOlS.VWKBIt, Room 10, Norton Mock, lw compelled to drag around tho bur- Northwoi corner Fourth and Jefferion Streela Ky den of yards of suerfluou8 dry goods if sho doesn't wnnt to? If anything will drive n woman to bloomers, it is tho present idiotic skirts, with their pounds of hair cloth lining and useless widths We will Deliver IOE Every Mornof goods and trimmings, ing at c per lb. A woman npplied for a 'divorco the other day on tho ground that her hus- In Manlcrdand Rowland and by 50 III. mc per lh ijc per band had not allowed her a new bonnet thankfuland 100 llapatronage loo Hi. We are very lor part and rrepectlullv in 17 years. Picture tho arid waste of a Its continuance JWill deliver trom lh up. MRS. JANE HARROW 4 CO. woman's life unblessed by a now bonnet! '5 "They nlso serve who only stand and wait," but think of waiting for 17 years! Think of the phenomenal nnd forbenranco of thnt woman Thia natlce forewarn huetera, fitherroec and. when she saw her husband bring home uthert not totreipait on our landi without be protccuted to the lull ai his now leavers aud derbies! Sho ought tl eatrot olall nuh willSigned: the law. to have a monument if any woman ever M. LACKOWlrZ. T I). NKWI.ANIJ. did. Better late than never, but if your V. II. II A VS. case had Inrn initio thnt littlo legal docun. c i.von. 1KKI) IIAUMANN. ment would hnvo gone in at tho end of R I.. WHIIK. tho first year, for, mind you, it was not M RS. M A. MARTIN. entirely tho question of it txmnet, but it J 1.. lll'.CK. is plain that woman nover had ono cent sho could call her own. It was a clear case of freeze out on the "domestic pursestritiKS." Her husband treated KIKE AND STORM her wori-- than tho stnte does its crimiserving out sentences in tho nals for they are nllowed to earn a littlo money by working extra hours. Repreienting...... Elizalcth Cndy Stanton says, "If yon want to keep young, get nn idea." It is a significant fact that tho women who Hartford, of Hartford, JConn.; take the liveliest interest in tho world a Manchester, of Manchester, Knjj.; work have always younger faces than thoso who live in narrow ruts. Tho first j Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; thing Susan B. Anthony did after being Ins. Co. of NorthJAmerica. appointed by Governor Flower ono of tho managers of the New York Stato Indus-- ' All of which are would Companies. Pol. Irlen Ji id trial school was to discover that 17 girls he pleated to wait o n mywill inture thli line. torna-lragatntt icirt promptly mued. ironing tastood over the washtul and sind itormt and lightning Lightning bles six days out of tho week doing things OtAte at Iwithout additional charge nit National lUnk, Stanford. in tho good old fashioned ways of our grandmotheis, when they could just as well take the clothes over to tho boys' laundry, which was fitted up with all the modern appliances of machinery. It took quite it Uttht while to convince tho authorities that this proceeding was right and McKINNF.V, KY jinqwr, but they finally consented, and now a lessnumlHTof girls do tho work in two days and have leisure for other nnd I have taught abave mentioned Hotel at and have attached a occutintinns. The keen eyea aud clear brains of a few moro women First-Clo- sa Sax and Pool Room. j of tho Anthony stamp might work in certain other stato institution! ft Have repaired and relumlihed the Hotel and aw better than ever which could bo mentioned. E. Wlllard was refused Prepared to Accommodate tho Mis Frances bs a delegate to the general conference Public. of tho Methodist church simply Ix'cause ."perul attention'in Commercial Men. she is a woman. Will some small girl I' W OltKKN. Praprirtor. who knows her arithmetic take her slate J OK CARSON, Manager and reckon up just how many hundred years thoee Methodist dignitaries nro tho present age? But Miss Willard had her retort courteous ready. She -said if future conferences did not reverse decision it would Ihj well for Meththat The leal and;targeit piece at odist women to found n church union - TOBACCO. "to bring alnmt a recognition of women and men as occuping an equal piano in Kvcr told on tM market lor ten ccnla it R. J, Reytho household of God." This is a hint nold! IoUicoC'"K J R." which tho next general conference would A Trial is Convincing. do well not to ignorn. After nllowiug women to pay off tho church debts with Sold by W II. WKARKN-1CO- . aid KAURIS 17.1m fairs and festivals, lead the prayer meet- A HARHIN, Stanford, Ay ings, teach in tho Sunday schools and sing in tho choirs, they might naturally exjH-cthat tho exercise of so much liberty would embolden them to ask for ROWLAND, KY. more. If auywheru under the sun thero is a sM)t where men aud women ought DEALER IN CROCERIES, HARDWARE, to meet on an equal footing, it is the II ai moved into hla new tore at Ine junction ol Christian church. Aucr. E. Ivi-- s. piket the Staiilon! & Crab Or- hard and ' alur-dlr1 Mr. T. E. C. Brinly o "J n 2TOTZCZI l-2- 511 re-u- cl 1 POSTED. pa-tien- J. II. HAIGHMAN, o jwni-tentiarie- s, INSURANCE AGENT I firit-cla- it 1 -, claut-eiatiaih- nl Commercial Hotel. plea-winte- r won-dcr- d 12. J. -:- R. CHEWING t ' " lllnttliiK Hook. A neat blotting book may Ikj mailo of STOCK Ol'' CtOOOri, MMtlC'ICS, two largo lough edged canln of heavy Ktc. He hat rerenlly added ureatly to hlv itock ut Rowland and It now to plea-- c the trade In both r than ever (prepared water color loanl ami sheets of whito or tintr-i-l blotting 'Miner cut to fit between them. A row of holea is jmnrlied along tho top with a cutting punch, and cover and leaves are tautened together by a lacing of heay nlk cord matching in color tho prevailing tint of tho decora and having no tent to pay and nn loit by bad debta lie can n-- you gidi cheaper than any body, fall and get Ilia price bvfrrn buying 37-i- JAMKS VKACKK. TIIOMAHYKAi'KK. YEAGEK & YEAGER, L1VERT, FEED '7S7,9Vs7n I M lill STASIS, Vi ir )j' STANFORD, L.Y. 5Wc are In our new ttaMein the iliock and are wril aupplied with 0cra lluuw. NEW RIGS ANDHHORSES Have Uen nurchnieil and nothing but urnuuta will leae the itabte. firit-clas- a Give them a Call. COME to SEE ME. Having purchased the Grocery : Business Complete in Every ticular. -- 1 -- F -- Anp'i-'' 'f- , hush him. jGt4 ir iff I "Yon know," ho said, by way of exlady, do you planation, "if my tcefs wero sharper, want a girl?" lirn I could chew it." Harper's Young "Do I want People. a girl?" Knew from Kiperlencr. Si s s Barm Husband (on train) Who is that bara Blckfonl woman two scats ahead that you aro looked down looking nt so intently? first at tho Wife That's my milliner. She has HANDSOME HEIFERS. hands she had on an awfully expensive, hat It just drawn Illustration of I'rlxo Yearling anil Two- - couldn't have cost less than fifty dolout of the year-olHoof Heifers. lars. dough and Wo lay Ijcforu tlio reader this week Husband She probably mado it her- then at her picture of homo of the finest show hoif- - self. Quips. in a sort of tragic despair. Erica Hjorn-seera yet nrotluced in the beef breeds. Tlio standing in tho cool Rhado of tho Hinging lllin In. first two arc Js, tlio latter two s with tho stray sunMr. Mcllarlem I wouldn't object to green yearling. beams piercing her coronal of dead-gol- d young Uondcllppcr coming hero frehair llko jeweled arrows, looked quently. He would make a good match innocently up Into tho strange lady's Fanny. for our McHarlem..rr. I'll fix thnU I'll bor- face, and wondered why she knit her row fifty dollars from him, and he'll bo brows together with those three llttlo d wrinkles. While tho short coming hero twice a day to collect It, dress that sho wore and tho funny llttlo Texus Sittings. hobnailed shoes and tho bundle slung not ungracefully over ono shoulder, Domestic Diplomacy. Mrs. Kewed (anxiously) Well, what gave tier a strange foreign looK tnai do j'ou think of my biscuits, dear? Aro was yet not unpleasant. "Do I want a girl?" ironically rethey good? New I'm sure if they wero pented Miss Barbara. "That's tho third rtHOKTHOiiN HF.JFKIL to lx weighed in the balance not one time I've Wen called away from my No. 1, reproduced from Tlio Urmb'rV of them would be found wanting. bread within hnlf an hour. First, 'Do Gazette, shows a very liutidsomo ;.' Second, you want a UufTalo Courier. Shorthorn. Slio is of tlio blood royal 'Do you want any tinware?' Third and Vrrf from CrltlrUiu. of this breed, representing the IJ.tti-last, Do you want a girl?' I said no to Whlpper I know one man who the first two I'll say no to the third." lines of breeding through generations. Shu is roan in color and combines "(kali thanks Heaven daily that ho Is not liko Erica Bjornscn looked puzzled. other men. and finish." "Won't you try mo?" said she. "I Snapper Ho'sa Pharisee! Tho bried of hornlesi Shorthorns is can wash hard, and I am willing. Oh, d Whlpper No, ho Isn't. He's a do not fear that 1 will ask high wages. called tho Polled Durham Mr. .1. II. man who eats glass. Puck. My board and what you please to give Miller of Indiana has Wen for many years mot" developing a family of Polled Durhams Prom tli Lip nf Kxperlenr.. Miss Barbara shook her head. "I now feel qulto satisfied that there "I'm tired of keeping girls," said she. Is no life so happy as a married one." "Thoy cost more than they corao to. "And how long have you been The best help I know of is help youryou had her?" "Since last Wednesday." Hoston self." And with a chuckle at her own wit, "Well-- JI ain't certain about three Globe. MIfs Barbara Blckford turned away and months, I should think." In a HoplrM Minority. shut the door. "How long would you liko to keep Tom You're tho most trying girl to "Though," sho muttered, "If I was her?" have for a fiancee that I ever heard of. going to engage anyone, it would bo a "Always!" briskly responded Miss (Sertie (indignant) Neither Georgo girl like that, with skirts up above her Barbara. nor Ned ever thought so. Chicago ankles instead of draggling petticoats The colonel smiled grimly behind the Kecord. llko Helen Tubbs or Mary Ann Riley, red mustache. and hair put up neatly without a frizor "Well," said he, "I mean to give you TIIK fiCCCKSSKUL. POI.I.KD MURIUM a curl to it." the chance. I shall ask her to suit himself, Tho young cow in the Sho had hardly resumed her work at to be my wife." At picture is a sample of his success. Mr. jy$T- -. when an odd sound, like the bread-tray- , " Whut!" cried MLss Bickford. Miller says of his tuuley Shorthorns, thumping or drumming, sounded over"Doesn't it bttityou?" said the colonel. otherwise Pollel Durham: head, a nolbo rcpea ted with energy and "Anything suits mo that suits you, "I havo cows at over 2.000 pounds, iteration. colonel," responded Miss Barbara, heifers at alwvo 1,000 jiouud, "Bless mc!" said Miss Barbara. "It's hastily. For the colonel was yearlings at from 1,000 to I,:i00 ihhiihN, the colonel!" and whimsical, and Miss Barbara not tall, but 'widoout,' with a wealth of And she hurried upstairs to a pretty, had always entertained a proper deferflesh and a mellowness of touch that till maroon-hunroom, with a north win- ence to all his opinions. "She's a pretty tho bill for tho feeder and the butcher. dow to it. where a lame gentleman, in a girl, aud I believe a good one." dressing-gown- , Thoy have the color, tho contour and genwas quilted, blue-silThough Miss Barbara's opinion was eral makeup of the grand old breed from limping about on a crutch; and an easel, not of much weight in this instance; with an untouched canvas, occupied for if the colonel had announced his Inwhich they havo been mainly bullded Iiesidcs, in their production their milking tho middle of the floor. tention of marrying the broomstick. Mr. Hollownv llnnkinson II ol "What Is It, colonel?" said Miss Bar- - Miss Barbara would have observed that finalities havo not been loit flight of, and loway, the lawyer, has seen the presi- i bara, looking rather scared. among them aro souio excellent milkers." it had a fine straight figure, and would ban gone to Wash-to- n dent and got his "What dill you send her away for?" probably make itself useful about the to see tho pres- seat on the bench. demanded the colonel, pulling nt a n house. ident Mr. Ilollo-wa- y Harper's Week- mustache that overhung his lips When the colonel signified his soveraspires to a like n penthouse. eign will and pleasure to Erica, howheat nu the bench. "Send whom awnj1?" ever, he was umazed to encounter obDaily Item. "My model." stacles. Sho dropped a pretty little Ho jerked one elbow in the direction courtesy, and thanked him in the sweetMir Knew liy i:iirrlrricc. "My dear, look- down below," said of the open window, where a blue figure est wii3' conceivable. "You are all kind to the poor exMr. Grandiose, as he, stood on tho plodded wearily on under the bending bridge with his wife, and gazed at a willows that fringed the quiet country ile." said she, "but I am not fre-- , Mr. Colonel. I was betrothed in our.own tug hauling a long lino of barges. road. "The very fnce and ligurv I want for land to Holf. I must go and seek "Such Is life; the tug Is like tho man, working and toiling, while the barges, Little Nell in the Church Porch,"' said him." tho colonel, breathlessly. "Hair like "You had better think twice of it," like women, are" "I know," interrupted Mrs. G., ncrid-l- eornsilk nnd head set on shoulders like said the colonel, gravely. Aitr.KiiK.rv Nfir.s viAitiiNd nnrr.u. "I must go and seek Uolf," repeated "Die tug does all the blowing, and Hritish Shotthorns am gtmerally the Swedish maiden. thoMi the barges bear iJl tho burden." Lonsuperior 'o tho of .A,'.' i .'5 And she packed her little bundle bred in America m far, but t lit pirtuni don "5 S& at i again, kissed the outside of the coloC yearof u prizo liritish AlsTileen-Angu'"! 'll .J JtB Qci Very Apt to !o It. W:l l nel's studio door, cried in M iss Barbaling heifer dues not looknsif in thisbrce! ,." Jltf . C I Downey Oh, yes; when I go to tho ' r I' i1Vtej.-ra's arms, and went away into the .A i. of black, hornless beef rattle the Dritlsh world's fair I shall stop with some disgolden haze of tin Octolier evening. lxat us much. The nbovu animal wmi tant relatives In Chicago. How lone and strange tho hou.'e the prizo at a leading Dritish show last MJ. ; ' I'm Fleecy Havo you seen any of them seemed without her! How the echoes fall. Theto cattle aro esciHllyadaptevl lately? reso untied through the empty room, as to roughing it. Theie is much out of Downey Oh, about six years ago. if seeking in vain for Erica's elastic step tho way, uneven land in this country on SSnW l'WWi' Fleecy How do you know they nnd tho mtnotonoua little Swedish which tho juicy black beeves could bo won't plead the statute of limitations? chants that Erica used to sing nt her roared with profit. .Judge. work. As for the colonel, he strode up r und down with bent brows. Symptom. "I can't stauil this," said tho colonel, The Wife Thero Is a prescription at last "1 shall burn my 'Little Nell' that tho doctor left for you und go to Kamtchatka!" when ho called and fount! you out. But the third evening Erica Bjornscn How did ho know The Husband came back, looking very pale nnd tired. what to give me? " DO YOU WANT A OIKI.?" "Will you tako me back?" said she, Tho Wife lie said that from my appearance nnd symptoms he knew you Diana's self! My ideal! Tho one I've wistfully. "Will you keep mo here? I VYrt I went to the pastor of our little were suiTerlng from chronic dyspepsia. leen waiting for theso ten yenrs!" xn'v . v He showed mo I call her back?" said Miss church in New York. Life. "Shall '-where Rolf lived. I saw Rolf's wife at Barbara, in trepidation. Youne Ainorlra. " Of course," said tho colonel, tho window, nnd Rolfs child in her "Well, Charlie," said tho nurso tho arms. Rolf had forgotten me! And rillOUTIIOI..V YIA1II.1NO III: IKK It. brusquely. other day to a Hoston So that, in tho course of another fif- now I will put Rolf out of my heart!" Wo conio next to an American Short- boy, "you'ro an undo now. You've "Erica!" Tho colonel advanced with teen minutes, ErL.i Bjornscn was sithorn yearling heifer that won tlm just had a little nephew." u look and voice, while a ting in the cool kitchen, where over all bleeds at a uoitli western "Is that so?" said Charlie, with a curled around the casements and great trembling shook him all over like state fair. "Well, I suppose I'll havo blase air. Of tho fiuo young cows in tlio illnsi ra- to glvo the little beggar a spoon." N. a great gray eat purred on tho hearth- a leaf. "Yes," said Erica, putting both hands stone. tions tho Shorthorns aro products of Y. Tribune. "Don't bo frightened, my dear," said into his, while a great tear or two Iowa. Wo havo then horo represented llreaklna; tlir Ire. Miss Barbara. "Ho speaks gruflly; but coursed down her cheeks. "Forever! Jowa, Indiana and Great Uritain in tho She If you don't stop lotting me sit he's tho person alive is You lovo me! You would never forsake beef breeding industry. even n kitten that had loved once!" down on tho samo sofa with you I'll tho colonel. Go right up." "God do so unto me and even more," papa. And, guided by the chattering old tell Bashful Youth (much bewildered) lady, Erica Bjornscn entered tho pres- solemnly spoko the rugged, middle- Among tiik Mountains. Tho bPBt all Eh? Wha what will he do? ence of tho lamo gentleman in the red aged mau, "if I bo not true to route to tho Eastern citiea ia via CincinShe Ilo'll make you marry rao. mustaches and blue silk wrapper. He my life long, little Erica!" nati and tho F. F. V. over the ChesaThat was all. They wero married Then ho proposed. N. Y. Weekly. looked keenly at her. peake A Ohio Hallway. The scenery ".lust turn around n little," said he. quietly, and Erica makes a good and A Question. through New River canons .and over the "Now stand still. Thero! Don't lay loving wife to the colonel, who cherIs ishes her with a deep tenderness that Alleghany aud Bluo Kldge Mountains is Which oft' the greater star She can sing well. down tho bundle. You'll do." declines, protestlna; she cannot: Yet "Shall I tako her downstairs again?" never flngs or fails. She Is happy, and wonderfully beautiful and varied. The yields at last, and holds us In a spell Then Miss Barbara is happy, and so, no questioned Miss Blckford. Where all her false denials are) forgot F. F. V. runa solid to Now York via doubt, is also Rolf, the recreant Another, aongleas, basely we deceive. "Yes." Washington. It is electric lighted and Aaaurlng her we're yearning lor her din; For recreants do not always got their "aow, hrlca, it that's your name," She yields politely, daring to believe; No other carries a through dining-car- . said MUs Bickford, when they were safo deserts in this sublunary sphere. Amy One lies; wells; which la the greater sin? train in America surpasses it and it is in tho kitchen, "just look here. Tho Randolph, in N. Y. Ldgecr. Roe U Hendrlck, In Life. only train to the East with through colonel wants to paint you." the How She Itranont. Bytnpathlied with Hint. "To paint mc?" repeated Erica, with dining service. Among tho Virginia "Yes," said the pretty typewriter Carraway had eloped with Mrs. Bus- a startled look. mountains along the Chesapeake & Ohio ter, but later he repented nnd went "On canvas. To mako a study of girl, "I believe I had rather work for a are more than 20 famous summer re- like a man to Buster to apologize. "Do you married man than n single one. You you," said Miss Bickford. see, when things go wrong a man just sorts. A pamphlet issued entitled "Vir"I'm awfully sorry, Buster," said he. understand?" naturally has to get even by orivlng "That's aU right," said Buster. "I ginia in Black and White," describes "Yes, ma'am," said Erica, not undersome woman fits, and if he has a wife I resorts, and the scenery of the knew you would be. I've eloped with standing at alL these Mrs. Ii. myself." Judge. Indianapolis "And the colonel must be humored," am likoly to escape," route, and will be mailed free by adwont on Miss Bickford. "We always Journal. dressing E. B. Tope, Western Passenger Only Hecond Beit. Mrs. Pettish "I'm afraid you won't Jackson And when your former humor him. He's a great artist and a Agent, St. Louis, Mo., or 0. B. Ryan, genius. painting all Passenger Agent, Cin- flame, Miss Pretlelgh, was married to the time. But he can't be you, at tho do. As nearly as I can find out you havo Astistant General worked In six or eight places tho last Jack nandsomo you were the best roan? terms you So I'll engagemorning; cinnati, 0. mentioned this and year." Miss Mary Mahoney "Huh! Madison Not in the bride's opinion, when you'ro not wanted in the studio, and how many s has yurself had sweet and sour pickles at A. A. or Handsome would hardly have been you can be helping me with the house in tho samo time? No liss, I'm think- - ' Nkw the bridegroom. Brooklyn Life work. How shall you llko that?" Warren's. lag." a I d . Jojo was visiting in the country, one is dependent upon occasional butchers' carts for tho meat. At . Juni: 9, 1893 break fast ho suddenly began: "Thin Stanford, Ky., beefsteak Is so tough I can't chew it tviv my tccfl" it awAkTON.BUB.ManaKar His mother, abashed, endeavored to (vhcro Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Not to lie Hushed. " - neePs jjW3 tl9ff$ 1 "Oh, ma'am, I shall be so gladl" said Erica Bjornsen, clasping her slender, sunburned hands. "Any references?" asked Miss Barbara. And then Erica told her simple story: How she had como over In an emigrant ship to meet her plighted lover, ono F YOU please, Holf Christensen, who had got work in rJ llour-bcsprlnkl- TO vine-leave- bib-apro- n n, blue-checke- wit-Go- od 1 I.t) ear-ol- d sowing-machine- ?' 8 two-heade- mur-ricd- ?" Very Approachable. Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., Tapperton I am going to ask Mr. Miners and thlppert of the GENUINK Bullion for his daughter's hand tonight, and I am so nervous I can't Original Coal. think. Try it. We are the tole agenti lor Stanford Jand Billington (who knows Mr. Bullion) Rowland.. Office corner ol Depot itreet afcd No uso being nervous. Mr. Bullion 6 BIGGINS & WATTS. is very approachable. "Eh? Won't ho kick mc out?", New York; how Bolf had failed to bo "Not a bit of it." JOHN B. DcNARDI, at tho ship, "as no doubt ho never re"Won't he get mad?" ceived my letter," said trusting Erica; "No, indeed." t.n?.rs 'ATEbv-- .. how a lady had como down to Castlo Wfc.V' '':l'iX&.DE "I am overjoyed. What do you think Garden and engaged her for general ho will do!" housework; am) how, when she reached "He'll laugh." N. Y. Weekly. the house, an indescribable something At Ilia Old Trick. about tho placo frightened her. Brown What becamo of Sickle, tho "So I mado up ray bundle again," said Erica, coloring scarlet at tho bare famous robber, who was recently parremembrance, "and ran away when no doned? Smylcs Thoy say ho has reformed, one was looking. And I walked and walked, and begged my way and slept but I don't believe it Browntj Why not? in barns of nights, until I reached this Smylcs Because ho Is to run a hotel part of tho country. And I mean to work until I havo saved up a little In the Catskllls this summer. N. Y. money to go bnck to find Rolf!" Herald. Carriage Painter and Trimmer, There was no doubt but that Erica Nor Footlmll Player. Bjornscn spoke tho truth; nnd Miss Barnerr Planewski Hero is a thing I All kind of vehicle! painted trimmed and reityle. Plain and ornamental bara Bickford, no mean judge of hu- can't understand. Thin narrative says paired in signi Satisfaction guaranteed In both workman-uhl- p man nature, believed her thoroughly. and price. Shop on main itreet, overJWm. that Sampson's great strength was In Daughcrty's blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky. "Hush!" said Miss Barbra, suddenly, his hair. as Erica pushed away her bowl of bread Frau Planewski Well? aud milk, "there's the colonel's stick on Ilcrr Pinnowskl And yet ho was the floor; that's the way he calls! Run, never a pianist in his life. Chicago ' L II child, run!" Record. your master?" asked Erica, "Is he SAMMIE roitOOT. starting up. "No," said Miss Barbara, "he's my brother; but we always call him 'the colonel!'" So Erica Bjornscn sat day by day to have her coronnl of dead-golhair and bluo flower-likeyes painted in the quaint dress of Dickens' Llttlo Nell, and Miss Blckfonl was never tired of luuding the neatness and trim, housekeeper-like ways of the young Swede. "I declare," said Miss Barbara, "she's -- ATa real comfort to me!" "Let me sec," said the colonel, who Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, was by this time sufficiently recovered There are three of the belt Barbers in the State of his sprained nnkle to get all around There are alto excellent Bath Rooms run In conthe house, nnd even venture out as far nection. Agent for Jeiingtgn Steam Laundry. as the dooryard gate, "how long hava 1 Jellico I J Wm7 firit-cla- ji I-l- flif d e CRAB ORCHARD Mother Now, Sammie, como say your prayers. Sammie Now I lay mc down down down down came a blackbird and picked off his nose. Judge. A Good l'lan. Why Ned and Nell got on so well Since marriage vows they tooU Ho never mentions politics, She never tries to cooV. SPRINGS. This tamed Summer Resort, with its l.P. OFFCE-HEKEKK- rt ..&. Healing1 Waters and. Ecstful Judge. Sur-roxm&iii- ffs, well-to-d- o g k red-brow- - ever be called a coquette. Laura Really, mamma, it is for his own good. As long as ho is in such a state of uncertainty ns to where he is at 1 can get him to go to church with me every Sunduy. Indianapolis Journal. Her Way of Looking at It. A poor old woman who had just seen the ocenn for the first time was asked by her sou: "What do you think of the sea?" "Think?" replied tho old dnmu after a long pause. "I can't think, Jim. I can only thank Providenco for having shown me something in my life of which thero seems to bo enough and to spare." Buffalo Snips. A Homo Field. Tlmmlns is positively shameful. Why don't you give him a definite nnswer one way or tho other? I should hate to think that a daughter of mine should treating that infatuated Spiritual Good. Mrs. Flgg Laura, the way you aro For 111 Mr. I Now Open for the Reception of Guests. Health and pleasure seekers will find this fAN ADMIRABLE PLACE To recover their wonted health and energies and at the same time secure quiet, home. like fare at Reasonable Rates. Pr ce of Hoard from $; tq $u perweek. Fo further intormatioa apply to OUS HOFMANN, Crnb Orchard, Lincoln County, Ky. Farmers Raak&Trnst OF STANFORD, KY., Co Is now tullT organiied and ready for business with y, con-fidcr- avt-ragt- ) Tid-llit- s. - s "" 'j iQ::M i -- .' I '. l" f. ifrjiK ft i Tlio Pastor Miss Ethel, you should be engaged in some missionary work. Miss Ethel Oh, I am, and have been for some time past! Tim Pastor I'm so gratified to hear you bay so! In what field aro you enMiss Ethel (proudly) I'm teaching my parrot not to swear. Puck. A Coiiitlderatr Debtor. Collector When aro you going to pay this bill? I can't be coming hero every day in tho week. Debtor Well, what day could you como on, conveniently? "I could call on Saturday." "AU right; from now on I shall expect you every Saturday." Texas Sittings. A Commendabln Ambition. Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - $200,000. '21000. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, tho same management. By provisions of its chatter, depositors are as fully protected as ate depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the exteut of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to tb. amount invested in such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as so individual. To those ho entrusted their buisiness to us while mnagiug the Lincoln National Bank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience ia banking and as liberal accommodations as ate consistent with sound banking Now closing up) with the same assets and under gaged? 'V iP I HPfl Vml fe ,U to-da- y dirictohs: Williams, Mt. Vernon; J, M. Hall, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanford; J . E. Lynn, Stanford ', A. W. Carpenter, Millcdgevillt; J. F. Casb, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford, Ky S. H. Shanks, President. J. B. Owsley, Cashier. V. M BrUht. Teller. J.J. -- vgptot& v T Old to bo when you grow up? Boy I'd liko to be a brickla3-er- . "That's a commendable ambition. Why would you liko to be a brick- Gentleman What would you liko nine-year-ol- d hop-vin- half-doubtf- es layer?" " 'Causo there's so many days when bricklayers can't work." Good News. best-hearte- d u u NATIONAL BANK Llkr a New York Hoarding Homo. Prometheus was chained Teacher OF STANFORD, KY. by Jupiter to a rock, and every day m two vultures fed on his liver. What Capital Stock- are you laughing about, Tommy? Tommy Nothing, except I was just Surplus thinking how tired the poor vultures must have got having liver for dinner Attention of the public is invited to the fac that this is tho only National Bank in Stanford every day. Texas Sif tings. provisions of the. National Bank Act FIRST 9200,000 20,500 Found Wanting-- . "Will you givo me 810 for that cyclopedia and take it back?" "Take it back? Why, man, you gave us 878 in cash for it not ten days ago!" "I know it, but it all through and there isn't a blamed word in it from A to Z that tells how to euro warts." Chicago Tribune Pvo-looke- gir-r-rl- I Hr Owned Up. could not havo found a bigger donkey than you for a husband. He That's so, my dear. If it hadn't been for mo jou would bo single yet. The Directory of this Bank is composed ot I was tho biggest donkey In the world T. J. Foster, of Stanford; Forestaa'Reid, Lincoln county ; to marry you. Texas Slf tings. J. W. tlayden, Stanford ; An Ideal Husband. S.H. BaughmanLincoln; First Fairy And Is that rich young U. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; Noodle- a good husband to you? S. T, Harris, Lincoln; Second Fairy Splendid! I haven't J. S. Ilocker. Stanford; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; even caught sight of him for two weeks! T. P. Hill, Stanford. Brooklyn Life. W. O. Welch, Stanford; After the Honeymoon. W. .P.Tate, Stanford. OFFICERS. May What a strange face your husJ.S. Hocker, President;! band has! John J. McRobrts,.Cashier; Maris (after a quarrel) I wish it A. A. Me Kinney, Assistant Cashier. were stranger. Town Tooics. r She I Under the depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but bv the stockholders liability lor an amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. firs sworn statements of the condition of the bank are made each ycarto the United States government and its assets are examined at stated times by government agenU, thus securing addititooa andperfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Bank or Stanford ia 1858, then tied as the National Bank ol Stanford is 1865 and as the First National Bank ol again atantora in loos, nss naa pnciuutr u umuur-rupte- d existenceof y years. It is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt Iy and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic-te- d. - v w t. IV fFfci i fKjrfittv rr t . . Semi-Week- ly if I": if It t ft Miss Hattie O. Collier and Mr. M. K. The Now Albany Banking Co , haa Boone were married Wednesday by Eld. assigned with liabilities of $100,000. is tho pretTho Louisville Southern is to be J. G. Livingston. The bride Stanford, Kt., June l, 1R93 V. fc Q. and ty daughter of Mr. It. G. Collier aid the come a part of the E. T., groom a worthy young man of the same K'chmond Terminal systems. . WALTON. Harry Boone, n boy ton years of age, neighborhood. Elder Joe Severance, Jr., has been was drowned in a creek in Bourbon licensed to tie the matrimonial knot and county, into which he waded for fun. The hill giving unidentified dead his services are hereby offored to those of troubodies to medical students for dissection who want to get into that kind A reduction will be made for job ble. IFIE&ID.A.'Y". was passed by the House at Frankfort. cent, is ofThe Kentucky House passed the lota and a discount of 2 per fered for cash. Unlikb other great men, President bill providing for a Court of Appeals It will be a surprise to the gentleCleveland does not think it necessary to composed of seven judges, by a vote of tsi.np. turn weelta um man's acquaintance here to learn that move in a mysterious way his duty to 1 1 formerly 1 all-line- n George Dolph, of Valparaiso, Ind., Prof. B. F. Blakeman, who perform, but recognizing that he ie the serpresided over the Stanford Seminary, vant and not the master of the people he swallowed a lizzird whilo drinking nt a A ago Miss Mary does not withhold from them what they spring and is slowly dying from the ef was married a few days The bride lives in Bour Thomson. are anxious, and have a right, to know. fects of it. Tie. bon county, but formerly taught at Ho announced bis cabinet a week or two Aaron Wolls, a blacksmith, struck They College, Hustonville. in advance of his inauguration and now Robert Doty with a hammer and was Christian above with his usual directness of purpose, he fatally stabbed by him in the lung, in were united in Cincinnati. we Mrs. Frank Leslie's suit for divorce announces that he will call an extra ses- Madison county. against her English husband, Willie More than half of Fargo, N. D., was sion of Congress not sooner than September 1 or later than the 15th of the same destroyed by fire. Over 3,000 people are Wilde, a brother of the (esthetic Oscar, Lesmonth, unless necessited by unexpected homeless and no more thac $3,000,000 of is being tried. In tho petition Mrs. L-A.IDsays Willie got intoxicated the night lie contingencies. He thinks the people prgperty destroyed. IE of their marriage and continued his Three persons, a son and daughter should be informed that the time is at hand when Congress will be called upon of John Redding, of Franklin county, spree for a week and his drunken and to deal with a financial condition which and a young man named Barbour, were extravagant habits since have taken to We is only a menace to the country's wel killed by the eamo thunderbolt Mon more money than she could make. Thu lady's troubles do not, however, prevent fare and prosperity. It is well for them day. 7 c; Ex Treasurer J. A. Jenkins, of her from contributing a readable article to take up the subject for themselves, and arrive at their own conclusions as to Clark county, Ind., did not resign be- to this issue of the Interior Journal. At high noon, June let, at the home the merits of a financial policy which cause of ill health, as was at first given Good 75c; good of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lyon, Mr. T. C. obliges us to purchase idle eilver bullion out, but because he was short about Shoes Shoes Williams and .Miss Bettte G. Lyon were with gold taken from our reserve. One Sapion Martello was killed by elec united in marriage, Mr. and Mrs. W. does not need the eye of a tinancier to trinity in Dannemora prison, New York. W. Lyon acting as attendants. Mr. eee that the gold thus subtracted from He killed another Italian named Giov- - Williams was formerly of Bath county, the government's stock is eagerly seized anna Parello, in Saratoga, stabbing him but now makes bis homo in Lexington. by other nations for the purpose of repeatedly and cutting his throat. The strengtnening tneir credit at our ex- current bad to be turned on him twice. He in traveling salesman for the wholewe be by sale grocery firm of Flack Bros., Cincinpense. The president adds that the Cholera haa appeared in many dis- nati. We wish for them a realization of things just now needed are coolness and tricts of Asiatic Turkey and the people many bright hopes. May they bet their calmness in financial circles and etudy aro dying by thousands. Tho survivors nmrk high and each assist the other in and reflection among the people. SI and are fleeing, spread- reaching it. are N. WitEN a preacher makes his sacred ing the epidemic with frightful rapidity. At Kokoma, Ind , Frank Baldwin functions secondary to political prefer- It is estimated that 70,0,00 persons have paid his attentions to Miss Lucy StaunWilliam Cash height of Baugh and ! ment and gives up the pulpit for the fled from Bassora province alone. greatly against the wishes of the others a nice lot of butcher stull' at 3 ton, Dynamite was placed under the young ilady's mother. rostrum, he usually goes from bad to Mtb. Staunton cents. worse, Ira D. Hustler oflice, a paper published in missed her daughter and supposing that inuianas For horse shoeing, wagon and buggy Chase, is a regular preacher in the Chris Breathitt count, and it was blown to Baldwin had tolled her oil, she went to tian Church, but he got the bee of poli- atoms. The Hustler was credited with tho young man's oflice and finding him repairing go to Daugherty & Greer. tics in his bonnet and with the assist- carrying the county for local option and in gave him a terrible threshing. Thu All owners of dogs must at once pay .Dealer In ance of his church followers was chos- it is thought the dirty work was done by young man was badly bruised and his taxes on them and put a collar witli u advocates of the license system. en by the republicans the chief clothea were torn in shreds, but he did number on each dog they own. O. J. A cloudburst at Hinton, XV. Va., executive of the State. Hid admin not stand back aud on the folio wh,g day Newland, city marshal. istration was not remarkable, nor was destroyed eight miles of tho track of the he provedf.his ntl'ections for tho fair it devoid of ectnddl. After his re C. & O. railroad, a number of bridges Lucy by eloping to Logansport nnd NEW AUVKHTISKXENI. tirement from oflice he used his prestige being also washed away. The loss to making iier his wife. to secure deposits to n wild cat bank, the railroad company is estimated at Jewish circles in Richmond! Va. TrainB had to run SAM M. which had no capital whatever. He over $230,000. are much stirretl up over n marriage and kept most of the money, at least he is through by way of tho Norfolk and county, cindiilnti. fa. immediate suit for divorce there. Mips jtcta to the action Sheriff of Lincoln( rimary. iuV And- I tho democratic charged with it, and he has been indict- Western. of England, and Thomas Nelson Page, tho Virginia Miriam Goldstein, late ed for embezzlement and obtaining monII. Passamaneck, of that city, were mar D. ey under false pretenses. A tilting end novelist, and Mrs. Henry Field, of Chiried in much Btyle. After the reception cago, wero quietly married Tuesday to a dishonorable career is incarceration It camliJata (or Shtnlf of I.tncoa county, tub the bride and groom repaired to their jtct to the action of the ilcrmKMtlc primary in a penitentiary and this slick old duck morning at Klmhurst, near Chicago. home, but iust before retiring the young teems destined to spend his there medi- They will make their homo in Washing- bride burst into tears and told her hus ton City. He has the fame and is 10, tating on the vanities and mistakes of SPLENDID FARM phe is 'M and has the fortune, be ing band that she had a secret to tell him. life. It was that she had not been as ci renin SALE worth four millions. Col. O'Fkkkam., the leading demo Clothing, Hoots, Shoes, Sc spect as Ciesar's wife. This confession cratic candidate for governor in Virginia, MT. VERNON, R0UKCASTLE COUNTY. was such a shock to thu young groom tiluat-cwill tell privately my .arm of jcocrc, who is a Congressman, is between the on the Weft tide of tne IluMormlle fc that he fainted and on recovering wont Win, H. Weber is home from pike. iVjj mlletlrom lluticnv lie am) within devil and the deep blue sea. He has to his brother's, where it was decided to a half mile of the nii'iiiail nation of Mo. eland. , he fitm u It a tplendid atate uf cultivation, Louisville. Dr. John M. Williams at- bring suit for divorce at once. been denounced by Mr. Alexander, of well Improved with j dwell n ot f or 7 roomi, the State committee, for various offenses tended the medical convention at Miny outbuildinct, includirif a good l.i 11. About half ot the faint it town lo srs and the including "dishonorable conduct, prov- neapolis last week. CHURCH AFFAIRS. mure place la well watered anil can be d vlded The social given by Mrs. Rosalind er par-- t ing both his ingratitude and treachery into J cr j parcrlt 10 tuit the purehaer LAND, Rev. W. A. Slay maker will preach J culir write to or call on, to confidence." If he resists the impu- Nesbitt toher pupils and a number of Mcretatid, ky. And sec his stock and Ket his prices before buying. jij im at the union eerviceattlio Baptist church If. yon need tations and challenges the author to our young people, Thursday, was proSunday night. nounced a most enjoyable occasion. mortal combat, he will be debarred from Communion service at the MethoMr. James Maret has cempleted his the race. If he does not he will be call- dist church Sunday morning. At I i.m. el a coward and that is considered worse lovely new residence in tho suburbs of Rev. W.E.Arnold will preach at Nerd's Von should sec him. in the Old Dominion than to lose an town. It has all the modern conveniA A cent of Kd McKnbrrl. ileieaeil. I will tell . Creek at public aucticii at p. ni. oflice. The matter has produced a pro- ences and as Mr. M. is a second Edison It turns out to bo a mistake about found sensation in political circles and we expect to see it lit up by electricity 34, '93, Dr. Edward McGlynn doing penance in the near future. .FOR. the outcome is watched with anxietv. ettate Mr. Jonas McKenzie, who waB a with the Trappiets at Gethsemanu Ab- The real comltti beloncing to the decerned ll of a lioiite and Lot, the The Sinking Fund Commissioners candidate for the at this bey and it may be that ho has gone to unanimously voted to reject the only place, has a very flattering letter from Rome, the opinion of many to the con House Containing 10 Rooms, one bid for the lease of the labor of the con- Gov. McCreary, in answer to the one trary notwithstanding. Store-Rooa Picture Gallery, Interesting meetings are being held victs, that of the Mason Foard Co., and written by the former directly after Mrs. daily at the Third Presbyterian church will meet again to day to decide as to Brown's appointment. Tha governor he And they all have a fronure of 66 feet, whether they will order the removal of says he is much pleased with such dem- by Evangelists Ben Helm and Joe Hopproperty can be divided into their property from the prison. The rea- ocracy as Mr. McKenzie shows in not per. The attendance is growing and son of such action is not apparent, un- grumbling at the defeat but JoiTering his the interest deepens. The singing is Three Store-Room- s 100 Ft. Deep inspiriting and the preaching instructive less it is a desire to put as much of the services freely as ever to his party. and a large Back Lot. expense of maintaining the white eleMrs. Lelia Brown has returned and effective. Courier Journal. Joe Severance, Jr , haa returned from The property will be firtt offered in ar.lt. phant upon the State as possible. from Middlesboro. Mr. Will Davis is in Kentucky University for the vacation. and then at a whole, the Agent .icctptiiitf the Kirksville. Mrs. Ann dimming, of These building! are centrally The program of the Ohio republicans Kirksville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. R. Tim Bible College of the institution, laryeot bid proe a bargain In the purttiaur Sitwill in convention assembled at Columbus L. Stark. Mrs. on Maiu Itreet, lornrr adjaient to Mycrt Si Martin, of Maretburg, which he has been attending, turned out uated Home yesterday was to renominate Gov. 21 young preachers, all of whom except Alto two tharci L A X K. K. ttock and toino was the the guest of Mrs. Albright this pertonilty, and boom him for the presiden- week. Rev. one have had experience in the pulpit. other l'oession given .Inly i, 1(91 A.J. Pike, Dr. O. Claik cy. The people sat down at the last cash; balance in 6 and la Termt. and Lirkin Hicks of Brodliead, attend- Mr. SeverAnce will graduate next ses- month. election with a dull thud on him and ed court J H llHUClt. Agent. 2; td hero Wednesday. John D sion. his tarifl billjnnd it is not likely in this Miller has returned from Middlesboro. case that the stone which the builders Mr. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. G. E. McCoy and family are in from rejected will become the head of tho Middlesboro. O Miss Pearl Smith, of Hot Dan Stagg bought of various parti o corner. o Springs, Ark., after a s visit to a of lambs at Gc. W Ri'ssellvillk hua again succeeded in relatives here, has left for school at M. V. Klkin bought of J. XV. Atlanta voting down saloons aud if she wilt no Ind. Dr. Lovell and Supt. Ba- a lot of fat fOWH nt 2 to 121c see that the blind timers and other dis- ker have repaired and improved their William Moreland sold to M. I Kl pensaries of the fitull that steals nway residences on Main street. Miss Patsy kin a lot of butcher stiill' at :tc. men's brains and makes demons of them Green, of Frankfort, who has been the Hud Doble 4ias a string of good ones aro put to rout, she will dem- guest of her sister, Mrs. M. C. Miller, nnd they number half a hundred. onstrate that prohibition does prohib- was called home on account of tho The HinnllfBt son of (Jeoruo Wilkes 3 death of her father. it, a desired end rarely accomplished. wns the fastest Harry Wilkes, 2:1:;.'. George Nickols hhot Mat Bullock nt James jLlivens sold to Joseph ColTcy The curtain has at last been rung the school election on Bufl'alo Creek last n bunch of '2 and !i year old cattlo at down on the. final act. Elwiu Booth Saturday. o There were difficulties in f P! lb. died Tuesday and with him thu only several precincts; n to the, cause seems to o xn o WE IIAVi; KOR SALE .SaK. Yearling Durham hulls For truly great exponent of Shakesperian bo that teachers from other rt counties nro roady for service. W. II. Murphy, Stanstage. Wo characters retired from tlio overrunning Rockcastle securing the ford, Ky. shall not soon look upon his liku again. nest paying scnools, thus crowding out Wm. Moreland bought of XV. XV. O aiiui-utaic uuiucr made. Tammany scores a victory in tho ap- our homo teacher, who hold better Lyon a bunch of hogs for Jucsrtiiicates and are better qualified in for New pointment of n u 3 ly delivery at (Jc. s York City. Charles XV. Dayton gets the every way. Our superintendent and H. II. Hronaugh sold 44 slop cattle n trustees snouui look into this matter plum, thu ripest and richest of tho kind o to Hob Thompson, of Garrard, at 4c, to Or binder. DccrinB Mower and Deering promptly nnd see that our own teachers p. W in the county. be weighed on thu 20th. Call on us for a beautifully illustrated catalogue. 'Triumnli Twine are treated with fairness at least, as O There is a steer at the World's Fair inth Century," describing Chicago, the The man and brother has been recog- teajhers who can merely get certificates , hi ? Fa ?' that stands l'J hands high nnd has a n Deering works; also a lot of neat memorandum books nized. II. O. Smith, of Birmingham, a by tho hardest nro securing schools in It 12 feet. Ho is n shortbe girth of nealy the interest of every farmer who needs machines to see "colored gemman," has been appointed preference to our best qualified teacher. VL1 u. .?. 3 horn and is 8 years old. n ing elsewhere. Madagascar. we w.il always be found at the office ofmthe There aro young teachers hero who will consul to Tamatave, J. O. Hays, of tho West Knd, sold to Stanford compete favorably with those from auy Roller Mills . G. W. Givens 18 hogs that averaged 140 president is thinking of appoint- county in Kentucky. The Why not stand ing Gov. Buckuer minister to Italy. He by tuein when thero are more than, pounds at die and to McClure k Hohnan J enough to supply our own couldn't find a better man. W. II. schools. 58 averaging 100 pounds at o S7J. InteriorJouknal NEWSY NOTES. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. What oje Propose To Do. W. EIGHT : PAGES. EVERT With event Suit of Clothes bought within tha next mill free of charge: pair of Suspenders, fine Jfechtie, Collar. With every Boy's Suit: Straw Eat, one pair Suspenders. With every Child's Knee Pants a Windsor Don't put off buying while you can get the articles free. Remember sell you these goods for less than other merchants and give these articles away in appreciation of our customers. J12,-00- 0. At our hand&pmeline of Persian Mulls at 15c, 17 20c. Also that bream Lace trim it m. still continue our sale on Domestic. Brown Cotton, good quality, 5c yard; best Ginghams fine Dress Ginghams at 12c, worth 20. Challics 5c per yard. Shoes for all. patent tip Oxfords, all sizes, button Shoes 95c; Men's plow 00c; fine $1, $1.25, $2, $2.50. In fact,' l-2- s LOOK anybody. Everything at BARGAIN PRICES, As will not undersold panic-strick- en LOTXrSiriTf.Tf ! STORE JXYanArsdale HARDWARE OWENS, 6R0CESIES 1 T. NEWLAND, FOR 1 PRIVATELY. Dan-vlll- o nfcr-.ar- I ictw ITim YOU TO CAM, : FTTBIilC SALS. Farming Implements, school-house- On Saturday, June post-offic- e Fancy Groceries,Br ead, Cakes, Pies Candies, Lunches,Frtits, &c, CALL ON R. ZIMMER, THE BAKER. d y A Good Meal for 25 Cts. One-thi- rd w -H v- two-week- car-loa- d Val-paras- o, c Q c c 9 u The Deering Improved "" . Steel Binders, 200-poun- d pest-maste- r 0 H The Pony Deering Bind two-hors- e Q O O ""25 1 t fcTiS"""". itfSijT. s - tWK -- .T rfr'v' tWSJPf-fl- - !" r w pp Semi-Weekly Interior Journal ' CITY AND VICINfTY. SriUiFORD, . i h Aunt Martha Whitley, an aged and Danks, the jeweler, is an artistic window dresser. If you do not beliovo it respected colored woman, died Tuesday look in as you pass by his window. at the home of her Scott ec.c. WAkTOM, bum. Wiikn your horse needs shoeing or Buckncr, iu Dooleyville, of heart dis- To close some of our best lines of goods has come and those who My entire stock of Walter A. Wood ease. your buggy or wagon gets out of fix goto know us best know that we mean what we say. machino repairs can be found at McKinDaugherty it Greer. In order to have space enough to give PERMNALP0INT8. Bros. Will be sold cheap and for ney a full account of the College commenceMr. S. P. Stamo went to Cinciunnti John and T. L. Martin havo opened the cash. J. B. Foster. ment exercises the next issue of tho Ina butcher shop in the Pendleton storeyesterday. John Muhthy's store at Maywood ferior Journal will be an eight-paJox It alms, of CHey, was in town room on Lancaster stroet and ask a wao broken into Wednesday night and edition, instead of four, as is usually cent share ot the public patronage. Wednesday. Must be shaped up for Fall and on all light goods we propose to'makc several pairs of pantaloons, some can- out on TuesdaysHI Mil. W. P. Grimm n:ul bride returned prices that will positively move them. We do not propose tq leave A litter came through the mails yes- ned goods and n lot of tobacco were takfrom Ohicngo Tuesday. Danville calls herself ''Lucky Dan town, nor do we propose to change our business, but we will give you terday addressed: "This is for the Stan- en. He suspects a couple of tramps MhrLbna WbU8, of Junction City, ia ford ville" because two circuses came near editor of Lincoln county, Ky., i that have been in that section for some some good things for a little money. We have put seme with MIbs Lola Burks. and did not pitch their tents there. It time. donte now bis name, in haste." Dr. J. F. Pbvto.v, who has been quite i isn't exactly luck. Danville is a little Tub Stanford Academy, B. F. John- too far behind the times even for a cirill, is able to be out attain. M. J. Bhouoii has been engaged to Ei. M. Waddle, of Komereet, ia visit teach another session at the Walnut Flat son, principal, P. W. Johnson, assistant, cus. She may possibly have one when ini; his cousin, John Ilnle. school and will begin July 2. He has closed a very prosperous seesion yester- she gets the capital. MijsSukCozatt, of I'arkeville, is vis- recently finished a term of nine months day, and we are glad to state that the Mr. T. D. Nbwland, who has served Into this sale at 25c per yard that are grand bargains and will pay 3'ou iting Mm. Mnttio Nevius. and the trustees are so well pleased with gentlemen, who have Riven general satisfaction, have been engaged to teach the people well in many capacities, in- to examine. We also have some ladies' and gents' SHOES that go Miss Dkiiia Bauoiimam, of Boyle, is him that they would not hear to his leav' cluding the offices of jailer and sheriff, with this wreck. next ear. If you want some cheap things come to our store the guest of the Misses Hauglunan. ing. i has yielded to the solicitation of friends for the next two weeks. When you come don't forget to examine Mias" Olivia WihtSummkhs, extends a Mr. W. G. Lackby, of the KlUabeth-towTub members of the County Commitand become a candidate for sheriff. His our "J. B." and "P. D." Corsets, our cordial invitation to tho public to atSeminary, is at home for the vaca- tee are requested to meet at J. B. card appears in this issue. He is a good tion, olllce in Stanford, on next Monday tend her art reception in the College man aud a good domocratjand has demMas. Montk Fox, of Danville, is here afternoon, county court day, at o'clock, Chapel from 10 a. m. to 0 v. m , tolay, onstrated that he can faithfully disto attend the commencement at her Al- to decide on tho date and tho method of Friday. There will be more than 100 charge any trust imposed in him. dema Mater. It. It. Gentry, pictures on exhibition, all of them holding the primary. cidedly creditable to tho pupils and Laces, Hosiery, Gloves, Lace Curtains, Ladies' Gauze and Muslin M. F. Elkin, tho irrepressible, is Misse Mattik Witt and Virginia Chairman. their excellent teacher. Mortin, of .Madison, aru gueets of Mrs. Underwear, or anything to make you comfortable in warm weather. "in the swim." Recognizing the Wantbd. To Bell cheap for cash, cell fact that beef which has been in cold 0. W. Ilronatigh. Editor Frbscii Tipton, of theRich-mon- d stornga for a greater Mr. and Mrs. Ciiaklik Munriiv, of ing, siding, flooring, base casings, mouldor lesser time, is Climax, who is writing a sort of llurein, hnvo been on a visit to Mre. ings, framing and fencing, nnd all kinds better than that recently killed, of yellow poplar, pine and white oak an ancient history of Madison county, he has added to his wares another large jAmes II. HulnoH. was down to see Mr. George W. Tribble, refrigerator, so as to supply his customCol. W. 0. Bhadlkv went to Louis- lumber. Dressed lumber and building materials a specialty, and for cash we who is S'J, and could tell him much that ers with "Armour" beef, if they desire ville Wednesday to hnvn his throat trent-eThe editor compliments it. This is will knock the bottom out on low prices. is interesting. by a apecialUt. only another evidence of Mr. Tribble's farm by Baying it is the progress and that Stanford is equal to MibsHalliu Dl'ddkkak has returned For prices address The Dillion Manufacfinest kept one in Kentucky, and Says city ways, where it is from a plenmint visit to her brother, turing Co., Dillion, Ky. supposed the ten- Mrs. Tribble, his second wife, is strikderest steaks are always to be gotten. " Will, at UvintiNton. Til kiik aro very few CHfl"s for divorce ingly haudsome. 1'itoK. and Mim. I). F. Johnson left at this court. At the Inst term here The order yesterday to rpend the vacation at their Judge Saulley Tub ordinances of tho town of Row- Rowland willhas been promulgated and scared the lawyers who bo reduced almost to a old home in Fayette, Mo. bring such suits by telling them that no land, just printed at this utiice, show way station. Beginning Sundav none of Mits. W. II. Kikiiv and Mrs. Mnttie will bo pretmethods should prevail in cas- that if they are enforced, it the trains but those of the K. 0. division Thompson have koiio to Memphis to ty expensive to indulge in the senseless ed of the kind and that unless they were will lay tin re. The through freights will New stock, styles and shades. A fine of So visit Mrs. Kirby'a parent. properly presented and tho proof over- habit of profane swearing. be run from Lebanon Junction to Corbin beMies Li7ziK BamcoK, a handsome bruwhelming, be would dismiss them. The is fixed for each otTense, every oath and the locals from Lebanon Junction ing considered an otlense, even if they nette of Parksville, Is tho jjnest of her judge is so much opposed to divorce that to Livingston and from Livingston to oft" in one volley. It is also cousin, MIm Jenniu Hock it. he would hardly grant one short of the are all fired Jellico. This will reduce the force at W. M. Kwori, lio.., of Kast Hickman, Unable at from $." to $10 to play ball, grounds laid down in Scripture. Rowland SO men in one batch and in a is visiting his brother, Mr. J. II. Swopp, cards, throw dice or keep stores open on Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, short while none but the coalers will be Sundays. and they wero here yesterday. adTint nine or ten columns of horse Landreth's Garden Seed at left. The dispatcher's office will remain Miss A lick Vol so, who has been vertisements wo hnvo been carrying Samukl M. Owknh announces himself there for the present, but that too may school in Virginia, is spending a have faded from view and in their stead in this issue a candidate for tho oflico of eventually go. The company figured that few dnya with Mrs. 0. It. Cooper. 9 appears much interesting reading. J5y SherilT of Lincoln county. Mr. Owens it will save S2.O0O n month by the move Mim Sadie Liu.akd has returned the way, did you ever calculate how New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. has tilled with much credit the otlice of and that settled it. A large number of from schol at Abingdon. Va., and is much matter wu are giving you for $2 a jailer for a couple of terms and is a dememployers will lose their little homes visitiiiK her mint, Mrs. Mary Craij;. year? If not let us make it for you. It ocrat from head to foot. Always ready and other investors will lose heavily. GKOKGE U. FKEW1TT. H. H. KING. is even .),70S columns, or 1,372 more to substantially help his party ho has Stanford will feel Mastku JamimPauklkv went to the loss severely, but yesterday to take part in the than we promised for the money. done much to keep old Lincoln in the if her moneyed men have pluck aud en declamatory contest and looked like a We do not believe you cau ntford to (So true blue democratic line. Besides be- ergy they will more than make up with without tho I. J. Get out of your own ing a line worker for his party, Mr. manufactories what the winner. removal of the MORELAND, KY., Mrs. Laura Mc An ally, of New Or light and send us the cash for a year's Owens is a genial gentleman and n man shops and round hoim-- cause. We have opened up a nice line of leaus, aud Will McAnally, of Knoxville, subscription. of good business qualifications and he Cikcuit Court. Tin's tribunal is proare here to see MIm l.iur.t McAnally would, if honored, wu have no doubt, Ii it had been manufactured for it to til) gressing very satisfactorily and many Kraduute. the oilice of sheriff with credit alike cises have either been tried or disponed John Smii.ky, cf Hirmlnuliam, is here order the College concert could not have to himself and the county. tinil better weather for the entertainof. Wm. Young for carrying a conceal vifdtiiiK his mother, Mrs. Kate Duddcriir, Tub Marine Party, given to tho Glee ed weapon was fined $25 aud given 10 is looking well and says he is doing ment than last eve and tho prospect wos lie that the capacity of the Opera House Club and Miss Annie Dickinsou, of Glas- days in jail. Sheriff Menefee was fined We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where wc could get as well us be could wish. the most for the least money. Hard ware' was bought in car load lots, would he tested by tlione anxious to en- gow, by Misses Nellie and Lizzio $1 for contempt in not remaining in Cai'T. W. II. KuuiY, of the K. C, ii us to make very low prices. Salt' Si. 70. Tuesday evening, marked a most court. John Traylor was fined 50 in which enables attending court in Cynthiana mid Ciipt. joy the coiupn'hennive program. ToMiss Lizzie Myers has opened up Dress Making over our store and Ixwe, of the MhIii Lino between Cin- night at 8 o'clock the curtain will rise charming event in the life of that social one case for Belling liquorunlawfully, acinvites her friends to give her a call. on the graduates, Misses McAnally, Sum organization, which has proved so de quitted in another and the third was discinnati and Livingston, is running for Terms cash or country produce. Give us .1 call. We will save you and Baughman, who will read lightful to each member of it. Assisted missed. Sherrod Coyle was fined $300 tilers him. their essays and receive their diplomas, by Mi'fk Annie Alcorn, who is thorough- iu five cases for violating the liquor Ibwb money Alcoiin, Misses Lucy and Mai-tiand there are still 2.'5 against him. Tbo who have been attending the Western the exercises being varied with musical ly au fait in tho art, Miss Nellie fcaTWe are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. entertained her guests with a indictments against Thomas Fish Rnd Seminary, at Oxford, O, airf expected selections. Afterward Keinccku's pleas& home in a day or two. Their school clos- ing Operetta, "Good Luck and Bad Bweet and easy grace, which made them George Stephenson for murder, which Luck," will be rendered and the session feel at home and to fully enjoy each have been on tho docket for many years, ed yesterday. will come to a moment of the time, whoso feet bo noise- were filed away, with leave to reinstate. Tux tvpes made us say Mim Jennie of lessly fall, when treading only on (lowThe cases against Charles Henry for asDiahman, of Barbourvllle.hut everybody Tub Contkst. The very heavy rain round here who knows and loves the did not prevent a fair audience from at- ers. Some 20 or more couples were sault and battery, malicious wounding little lady, knew that MIm A mile Dish- - tending the declamatory contest and all present and partners for supper were se- and carrying concealed weapons were cured in c novel way: Miss Lizzie stricken from the docket. The cases for mnn wus meant. who braved the weather went away whose natural taste for art has perjury agaiost James Middleton and Mrs. J. K. 1'outman, already a fine feeling fully repaid for it. It was indeed musician, left yesterday to attend the a very pleasant occasion and tho young been highly cultivated, had painted on Bob Whitley were set for trial . A. Adams was fined 50 Conservatory of Music at Cincinnati, gentlemen deserve great praise for fur- tiny sea shells pictures of llsh, whales row, lUth. She will be absent 10 weeks and will nishing so nice a literary treat. Tho de- and other living things in the sea. They in one case for selling liquor unlawfu'ly take instruction both in instrumental claimers, Messrs. S. W. Menefee, J. 0. were numbered, two each bearing the and taxed with the costs in two others. samo figures. To them were attached On motion of J. S. OwBley, Jr, J. C. and vocal music. Jones, W. H. Shanks, 0. H. Holmes, green and pink strings and these were Jones and W. S. Burch were appointed Mb. Tiios. MiLLkR Owblky has returnW. S. Burch, Psalm W. Johnson and ried by lahyriuthiau wavs through ma- examiners, the former with office at W. ed from Cumberland University at Clarence K. Tate, each did remarkably ny and devious courses. The ladies fish- II. Miller's and the latter at J. W. Al diploTenn., with a well and each had his champions, but r ed with the green ami the gentlemen corn's. I lie ir.dictntent against F. L. vocation of a tho judges, IJev. W. A, Slaymaker, pia. He will follow the G. L. i or three yearsat leaBt, Penny and an 1. J. man, decided that with the pink strings, and those who Clifford for embezzlement was quashed pedagogue for two w aud will have charge of a school in Mis- Mr. Johnson was entitled to tho prize of matched numbers became partners. Two and the matter resubmitted to the grand prizes were offered and they were won jury. James Bush, colored, was fined 1 souri. HOoticrcd to the winner aud he was ac by Mr. Harvey Helm and Mies Sue cent and costs for assault. Alfred ShelJ. K. Bubu, son of Capt. II. T. Bush, cordiuglv awardedi it. Mob nnd Law was one of tho declaimers of the Cecro-pia- was Mr. Johnson's subject and he did B.uighman, the former winning as the by was given 10 days in jail and fined view of $23 for carrying coucealed weapons. Ho Society of Kentucky University, himself great credit. The award seems first prizo a handsomely-painteLoxingtou Press says ho has a to have been the popular one, so the the sea, executed by Mi6s Slaymaker, paid tho fine and the imprisonment wcb and the splendid voice, which ho bandied re- judges were let oil' with their lives by and the second price, a nice Halting tack- suspended. Jonathan Russell was mulctHis piece was well tho few who disagreed with them. Uev. le. These were presented amid much ed soO for selling liquor without a permarkably well. enthusiasm by Mr. Will Severance in mit. Tim Buchanat', charged with killchosen nnd forcibly delivered. W. K. Arnold presided over the meeting. appropriate speeches, which were loud- ing and maiming stock, whs acquitted, Til k June number of the Illustrated Tho proceeds go to tho Young Men's After enjoying them- nud Randolph Thweat, who broke into ly applauded. ..Kontuckian contains in its gallery of Cnristian Ascociation. selves in many ways, supper was an- Pete Hampton's store ami stole a watch Kentucky beautieH a picture, of Mrs. Mbmcas Soldi Kitb. All tho arrange- nounced at the proper hour, when the an other things, was given six months Robert Harding, of Danville, one of tho guests wero conducted to the decoratwl in jail at hard labor. Warren Shelby have been perfected for tho most beautiful nud lovable of women. ments of the Mexican soldiers here on dining room, wheru the marine idea was was acquitted of tho charge of carrying A handaome picture of the gifted "KaReference is made to the further illustrated. A ship most artis- concealed weapons and the case againbt tydid," Mrs. James I. McKinney, and the loth. announcement elbowhere, giving the tically constructed riding on a miniature him for assault was dismissed. Alex one of Bov. George 0. Barnes appeals program. Hon. W. 11, Miller lias secur- sea made with a huge mirror, whoso Traylor was likewise acquitted for sell m tho same number. ed suilicieut contribution!! to insnro a edges were covered with shells and imi- mg liquor unlawfully. Miss Katy Fohkkbt Wohlky will leave Mack Ferrell was indicted forthemur nice banquet and everything will be tation of sea weed, occupied the centre for her home iu Nashville tomorrow done to add to the pleasure of the vete- of the tablo and added further beauty to der of Sam Engleman aud his trial has and will not te a member of the College meetings will be at Walton's the array of good things which had been leen bet for the Hh, though it is not Faculty next year for reasons satisfac- rans. The Opera House, which has been tendered so nicely prepared aud temptingly ar likely that it will be tried at this term. retory to herself. This will bo greatly J. H. Minks for unlawfully selling lithe association. Following are the ranged. These wero uiseussotl witti n gretted, for she has proved herself as were quor, was acquitted and John Baker, tho livrelish, after which names of the Mexican soldiers now WE SELL-a teacher hh she ih a charming ing in Lincoln county: John S. Bosley, resumed in the parlors, until it was time James Haley, George Brown and Geo. woman. The other aud cultivated Win, Burton, John B. Dickerson, Gran-- d to leave tho happy scene, which was re- Braxdalo fined each 20 for gambling. of the faculty will remain a The case of Chris Baker, charged with orso a D. Smiley, Reuben Williams, luctantly done at 1 o'clock. It was in with friends before taking their David Howard, Thomas D. Gooch, Hugh every respect an" elegant aud unique detaining his cousin, 3Iiss Dollio Haley, final departure. College Logan, James T. Harris, Joe K. Hull-ma- entertainment and each participant went against her will, was tried and resulted MOUNTAIN Mies Kuan Whitman, of the Skelton Coleman, H. K. Hutchis- away with grateful feelings for the young in an acquittal. There was a hung jury her homo in Facultv, will leave for to their iu it at tho last It is sincerely on, James U. Lawless, Kuv. George 0. ladies who had added so much W. A. was conflicting court. The testimony and whether or not it is Barnes. Green Perkins went from Lin- happiness, and to Rev. and Mrs. oth-e- r regretted by the patrons and many , coln, but now lives in Pulaski. The Slaymaker for their pains to make the true, Hon. R. 0. Warren, succeeded in friends Ibat this elegant and accom-- widows of soldiers are: Sarah J. Daugh- occasion eo thoroughly enjoyable. In ad- presenting such evidence as convinced plished lady, who has endeared herself erty, of Capt. Wm. Daugherty; Sally dition so tho regular members of the the jury that Mis Dollie was over ot to all who have enjoyed the pleasure Higgins, of John F. Higgins; Ma- Club and Miss Dickinson, previously squeamish in this instance without hav Canary and Mocking Pird Cages, Hanging Baskets, Flower Ciccks not re- Ann ber acquaintance, that she will were present Misses ing exercised Buflictent scrupulousness She has, it ia ru- tilda Daviess, of T. T. Daviess; Susan mentioned, there Genuine Carbolic Sheep Dip. Prices reasonable. iu tier loruier conuuci. New stock of turn next session. Cooper; Mrs. Reynolds, Deira Bsughman, of Boyle, Annie Dish-maCooper, of Most of yesterday was devoted to ) mored, moro important matters to en- of Bessie Richof Barbourville, and trial of civil cases of no especial interest Smith Reynolds; Mrs. Brown, of Wilteaching the gage her attention than iu hid jiuiiui; ai i.irtsi--. ards, of Junction City. is Brown. youDg idea how to 6hoot. Ky., - - June 9, 1893 Nkw cnbbace, new potatoes and Vinuniip'd I lit nr UltlJIIIlUK nfh 4iiuiui;i o. nt-nc- new nt ttitu Limit overcost lost between Crab Orchard aud Stanford. Finder will leave nftli'fl atlfl rfipatira rau-an- l Fivr different sizes Leonard ice chests. Will bhvo you 200 per cent, of your ice bill. W. II. Wearen & Co. Manage! Six fine photographs for Harp's. Give him a call. it at A. J. That Good Time Our Cents' CLOTHING ,WIJSWV son-in-la- n ge - LADIES' DRESS GOOdS n Pax-ton- 's 1 WHITE GOODS, WASH GOODS, HUGHES & TATE. d SEASONABLE GOODS. hi WALL PAPER & ALABAM slip-sho- Carriage and Decorative Faints for Bug gies and Household, use. Wo Bo McIlWIBlEBTB liar-rodabur- K KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, u. a Dry Slay-make- r, i: Slay-mak- er KHTG FHEWITT. IMrj-il,'- ! clo-e- . UO Slay-make- r, r cr m m W Lob-ano- hard-earne- d x 5- 5 n d 1 SeveranCe & Son tin R on it tete-a-tete- s la-di- few-day- s The Gurney Refrigerator, THE WHITE n, ICE CREAM FREEZERS, WATER OOOLBES, McKINNEY BROS. n, J k.aZs. gS sJrWrWJpssyfr 'VS-i- s-- - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal MOWN EVERYWHERE. Ex-Sonat- or cJtastord, Ky June 0, 1893 Payno, Effio Ellslor and Clara Morris. W. P. WALTON. THE : Three Individual of National Reputation Who Won Wealth anil Fame In tho City of Cleveland, O. Biographical Notes. Special Cleveland (O.) Letter. Through Trains, which, passing through llirtu- - to undertake the journey to the Jngham and the famous Wills Valley or Alabama, metropolis unless n special car coultl is joined at Chattanooga by thejtrainj from Jackbo chartered. That desirable nrticlo sonville, Fla., Brunswick and Atlanta, Ga., over could not be procured at the time, and north over the K. T. V. A G K'y, and proceeds the aged senator, too delicate in health the beautiful Cincinnati Southern, through the an ordinary car, was to travel erandest natural scenery amd most attractive his must country iu the world.i to Oakdale, where obliged to remain at home. torical another magnificent Pullman Car is received, havo been a trying ordeal to the old coming from the Richmond & Danville systsra gentleman, but the risk would havo Eight years ago, when from Charleston, S. C , through Columbia, S. C, been great. the beautiful French Broad country, and Ashviltc' President Cleveland went into office, Senator Payne was a power with the N. C.aml Knoxville, Tenn. The time to Chicago is made so as to afford the administration, and the appointment most convenient hours for departures from the of Secretary Whitney was made In in Chicago. principal cities and arriv-ilrecognition of the senator's services. Passengers can purchase tickets good over one Henry B. Payno was born in Madline nsrth of the river, and returning via another ison county, N. Y., November 30, 1S10. if they desire a variable rcute without extra He was educated at Hamilton college charge. Or they canjgo via Cincinnati, returning and studied law with John C. Spencer via Louisville, or vice versa. the Round trip ticket on sale at reduced rates. In Canandaigua. He practiced Agents of the Chicago line will on 'request assist Cleveland bar for twelvo years, and n looking up ruoms or accommodations for visit- then retired to IntcresJ. himself in manufacturing, railroading and other ors to the Fair. Evry thing that an almost perfect system can industries. Ho was a member of the Ho was a candevise to deserve the praise and patronage of the Ohio senate in 1649-5traveling public hat been provided. Any of the didate for United States senator in Agents of the companies named below will cheer1651. ne was defeated by Salmon fully give all possible information and assistance: P. Chase for governor in 1657. Ho R. H. Garratt, New Orleans, La. I. Hardy, took an activo part in the national Vlcksburg, Miss. J. R. McGregor, Birmingham, councils of the democratic party, being Ala. K. T. Charlton, Chattanooga. Tenn. W. D. a delegate to the national convention Cozatt, Junction City, Ky., or D. G. Edwards, at Cincinnati in 1S50, and to that at Cincinnati, O. The familiar face and figure of Henry If. Payne are missing from the streets AND AMERICAN RAILWAYS. who but of Cleveland. The The Queen & Crescent Haute, widely known as n few years ago was one of tho foretherosd running the "Finest Trains in the South, most figures in national activity, is is in the field to carry everybody from the South now rounding out his eighty-thirto the World's Kalr at Chlcsgo. No psrt of the year. At tho same time, while, perSouthern country is left uncatedforby this great Through Car haps, bodily pains and tortures are railway and its connections. The; missing, nge is beginning to assert itSystem is an admirable exposition of the wonderstatesKrom self very forcibly, and tho ful capabilities of American (railroading New Orleans Through Sleeping Can run.daily, man finds it comfortable to conpalatial resi morning and eyenlnr, carrying its passengers by fine himself to his dence on Euclid nvenue. When his Cincinnati or Louisville, as they may select. daughter, Airs. William C. Whitney, From Shrevcport, Vlcksburg and Jackson another Through Sleeping Car Line comes to join and died in New York recently Col. Oliver become a part of the magnificent Vestibuled II. Fayno telegraphed his father not d WORLD'S : FAIR, Symptoms. company would bo qulto nn Horn were "Oh, father," said Mabcllo, in weak it to contain tho names of those people and languid tones, "I at the present day. No matter what ' going to bo gravely ill. fear that I am My head feols the play might bo ono would feel so light and queer and I am faint, so safo in intrusting an evening's j faint." pleasure to such a company. "Heaven!" broke In Mabcllo's papa, Cleveland was always a good town for music and tho drama. In lS'Jl ' his sympathies deeply stirred. "I'll plays were produced in the ballroom got a doctor this minute. What can I of tho Cleveland hotel. Then for a do for you, my poor child?" "I don't know, I'm sure," responded period of ten years companies would Mabcllo, as sho almost swooned come and go via tho Ohio canal. against his nmplo breast "But wo There wasn't very many one night .might try ono of Mme. Swellstylo's stands in those tlnys. In 1S"0 Mrs, ' now summer hats to begin with." Chi- -' Trowbridge gave seven performances in tho little brick courthouse on tho cago itccord. Klin Foil Wicked. square. Mr. und Mrs. Mestnyer and Dan Marble came from Boston in ISM, Revivalist Is it possiblo that you got stranded and as there wcro no ties dance? to count they gave readings, etc., un Fair Sinner Oh, yes, often. til they scraped up enough to get out ' "Now tell me, honestly and fairly, of town. Billy Forrest, Mr. and Mrs. don't you think tho tendency of danc Farron, Bean, John Scott and Mnggie ing is toward sin? Meadows were very popular with the "I must confess that sometimes whllo early settlers of Cleveland. With the dancing I havo very wicked thought." first pretentious theater came Lnura "Aha! I feared so. When is it that Keane, McICcan Buchanan, Parepa you havo wicked thoughts?" Rosa, Pattl and other favorites. Char- "When my partners step on my toes." N. Y. Weekly. j per-rectl- Alarming-- i y I I ' rmim - u sm&i or .,, . Ywasaw'sJ'Jafc ...imimm. . vti foil aJ as W. - V(tm V5 )tW),Wm . 0 fi" u . . A fc sW 1 Jav -- ' 'in It l'cllow ('paling. "You havo been in tho army a great many years, but I never heard of your capturing anything," said an old to a somewhat venerable officer. "You ought to havo a fellow feeling for me," was tho reply. "How so?" "Because wo both know what It Is to grow old without making any Quips cou-questa- ." co-quet- to -- fa Jtffo tS & '- - &CL IS- M "- s at 0. IF YOU ARE GOINO NORTH or WEST, ......THE Charleston in 1SC0, and was chairman of the Ohio delegation to the Baltimore convention in 1872. Ho was elected to the Forty-fourtcongress and was chairman of tho house committee on the electoral bilL Ho was a member of the great elector-h Louisville 4 NASHVIllC R. R. la the line for you, as its Double Daily Trains Make close connections at LOUISVILLE And'.OINOINNAT) For all points. THROUGH1TICKETS SOLD. THROUGH UAGGAGE.CHECKED For any information ejquire of JOES. HICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky Or W. W, PENN, Trav. Pass, Agent, Junction Oty.sK) HENRY II. I'AVNK. al commission in 1S70. He was tha close friend and adviser of Samuel .1. Tildcn and his connection with tho election contest brought him prominently before the country. He next came before the people ns a presiden.Schedule Dec iB,i6jj tial candidate in ISM) mid .secured suinu ninety odd votes in the convention. It was generally understood and accepted LEAVE NORTON DAILY ''V'OO a m for Graham, Illuefield, Pocahontii at tho time that if Tildcn had accepted and'all staUous Flat Top and Pocahontas Divis- - tho ticket would have rend "Tildcn and On March 4. 1SS5, he took his 12:04 noon, for Hluefield, Radlord, Roanoke, Payne." Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Also (via, seat in tho senate, fiuccecding (leorgo Roanoke) lor Washington, Hagerstewn, II. Pendleton. He scoured his election Philadelphiaand New York. e only after a fierce contest in which till Pullman Sleeping Cars from Lou i talk via Norton and Radford; also Radlord tho arts and usages of modern politNew York, ii Shenandoah Junction, also R ical wnrfaro wore vigorously employed ford to Washington; also from Lynchburg to R by both factions. Trains lor Pocahontas, Powhatan' and GoodThe Paynes in Cleveland have to will leave Illuefield daily at 6 10 a ra,8 30 a m, i 03 some extent been picturesque figures. p m and s 30 p in. Leave Ulnofield 6 10 a m daily for kcnova.and Henry It. Payno came to Cleveland a Columbus, O Arrive Columbus g 15 pm poor though energetic lawyer. He was Additional trains for Welch and intermedial stations on Elkhorn leave Blueficld lojpm and ngood "mixer'' with the people and be5 21 p m daily. Trains arrive at Norton Iroui the East daily it ing ambitious he married well. That is, ho married a talented young woman 1140P mandsop iu For further information as to schedules, ratej, rfolk A Western &c. apply to agents of W.B.BEVILL, Rail- who was well to do. lie acquired lands nn eyeand those same lauds are roader to Gen. Pass, Agt Roanoke, a. sore to the averago Clcvelander. They NWHkiWeslernR.ll Harris-ourg- her brilliant career. With careful training nnd her native A PAHTIAT. K.U MTU K. talent she has steadily forged her way to the front and now she is in a fair way to make her name nn enduring one. Many of her successes have been secured in this city, and cverj citizen, whether old or young, has a warm spot for Eilie Ellsler, not alone as an actress, but a sort of friend. Donn Piatt used to tell a very pretty story of the days when Clam Morris used to lead a little girl into the gallery of the legislative chamber at Columbus nnd sit for hours listening to the debates. She came clad in n calico dress with a coarse shawl and cheap bonnet. She was poor und uninteresting, her constant attendance alone attracting tho attention of the ' Tills is not the porfvaIt of a baseball legislators. She struggled along, got on the stage, and John Ellsler, who umpire, but that of tho husband of a woman who experimented could tell an actress when he saw one, brought her to Cleveland. Shv scored with home nilo In his own family. a success, was studious, and when she Texas Siftings. Academy of Music at once to assume a minor role in a play to be put on that night as an experiment she complied with a light heart, made the most of her lines, scored a hit and also began her stage children Etllo Ellsler is, without doubt, by far tho most popular in Cleveland. Her father, John Ellslcr, the veteran actor and manager, spent the greater portion of his life here and his name will appear on the brightest page of the city's history. Ho was a successful manager and grew wealthy. He was ahead of his time, and when he built the Euclid Avenue opera house it was tho beginning of the end with him so far as finances arc concerned. Ho lost all and once more entered the ranks as an actor. EtHo Ellslcr seems to huvo been more favored than her father. She, as a wee little bit of a miss, was familiar with the stage, and when one afternoon while poring over her books in the convent school she received n summons to repair to the old Almost a Hint. Mr. Slowboy, who has bren paying attention to Birdie McGiunis, tho belle of Harlem, said tho other evening: "I F.FFIE ELL8LER. don't think earrings aro becoming to you." lottj Cushmau was a prime favorito "I agree with you, Mr. Slowboy. I'd and many are the traditions of her j much prefer to havo a ring an cn-- j great powers and popularity. Of ull gagemcut ring, for instance." Texas 26LZb&vfa 724jMiUjfa.& w o 2ct&i x? V . . V . . Cf yyX? 7. iCCr. or SL. icrutc t?z-z- k ClSLt xl I "J -- - M &t iAjL6H& v ijTJLMES i smings. In the) Cemetery. Huston villi;, ky., 4 FITE Sotartlli AMfifU v "This man must havo been a sea captain," said Hicks, stopping in front of a gravs over which rose tho familiar broken pillar. "Why do you think that?" asked Mawson. "They'vo erected a broken shaft in his memory." Judge. afraid that my remarks on tho proper raiment for a clergyman this morning were entireHow so? I have since ascertained that there If n't a tailor in my whole congregation. Life. ly lost. Mrs. Drowslo Dr. Drowsle Alt Lost. Rev. Dr. Drowslc I am Tutt's Tiny Pills F Tocore const lwt Ion iirgln . Pvlousto the permanent rureof the how." avoided I It weakens their gentle iimverol motion. A eirrrel Is only required. Tilt,' Tiny Liver I'lIU am prepared with peclal . ate should Im aiM-rlrn- m KJ A era remain In the A Theyuntil mild and tin thn User, cssiue) they art tcin COSTtVENESS and HEaDACHE. trya-- 4 a natural flow of Idle ami their tonlo -properties Impart txmertu the bow-els to renin unhealthy aeriimnla- tlons. flood appotltr and digestion 4 rrsult from tho annl three lit t la pills. RJ lrlv. !.V. f lf!lr.. Hit Ihirlr l!j.- - V. V. fl 11 For information anl fM Itanilhnrvk srrtlatt HUSH VO. U BKoatiWAT, Ni-s-r Oldest bureau for eerurlrut patents In Amriea Kf err patent taken oulbr us Is tmucnt bofnra the puuie by a oouoe ueti tree ol chart u u COPYRIGHT. CAVsTAT. TRADI MARKS. OKSICN PATBNTa. io. ricnftfic JtaieYinm tfvffMt rlmilitlon nf ui? iHjmt IS MMr In vurld. ak.Mtl.sl Km ft'Ui..1ldlr llluantot, Nn UiiollKent aiitHitiil tPaBlil flit alatt k ycri lUUIsIt months. Address HVSk OX. little fellow called Vaujhan Wat playing one dar on thrlaughan. When a whirlwind catne nigh. Took him up to the ittlgh. And none eould tell sphere he had gaughan. Truth. A poor Hani Luck. WWVwWfsfwVfVfvaW - B tw a B B ev Bv Bk sv Bk ea VLhUsuiasatil liroadwsj, Kew VorkUty, nvers norsi: LIYERY STABLE p. W. GREEN, Prop. Thi illll d New Lot ol Horf cs, Carriages, Wagons, My wife, after having usxl Mother. nu upplr. ad Is seller lhan svei Friend, passed through tho ordeal with pre pin wp ly the public with littlo pain, was .stronger In one hour than in n week after tlio birth of her niOH OK ALL KINDS. LESSENS to LIFE PAIN-INS- URES SAFETY tfli kiMn M)ii lluiiir hs Bug-gies, !' Ir, wMrV .u-ir- l run n ee'fdlen with bto up(.til ths lth tf MOTHER and CHILD. A i- KIIIST-CIAS- S former child. McGoldkick, J.J Heaim Ktn., Mother's Prlend roMd pain of It trirnr I havo the healthiest and shortencil labor thllil I ever saw Sent hy rprrs, rharce prepaid, on receipt Ilouk "To .Mutuci" of price, luatlrd free, rtCQULATOR CO., URAOPICLD For .Sale hy all UmgijUti. A7uurA.O. Jliut. L. M. All r.ux, Cochran, Ga. Tenn. rartir AI I'ttuiial and p nn.puiimtK 1 lluiis's fnf nto UVildiiiji I' yi'KNK. NUrsgw v RKKKN', I'roptlrier $lJerlottl. red-heade- j I j Iinpro Inc KxerrUe. 1'apa See here, sir! Tho policemnn tells 1110 you aro one of the boys who jump on and oil railroad trains at tho crossing. Small Son Oh, that's real improvin' exercise. When I grow up mebby I can get on an' oil of street cars without gettin killed. Good News. HeitrthTcaVliifr. N NX 1S, V V ULCERS, CANCERS, SCROFULA, SALT RHEUM, RHEUMATISM, BLOOD POISON. WANT TO ADOPT A 1U11Y1 Slajbo rnu think IhU U a new htislneM,' senilmif out Ixiblrs nn upplli-atlo; It him done lelore. however, hut ncviir have lhc) fiirtilihed m near tho orlfclnal siunpleiu Uilt ono. I.terynno will eicJalm, "Weill that s the swiftiit Uibjr I over eawP' This littlo liluek iiu rnifruvtntT run visa you buta faint kiwi of thoexiiukitoorlKliinl. DO YOU n In-etw-- 1 v. y .iv3f ij i -- " to-da- y , Ilenrictte Have you any jolly news? I'm so melancholy. Violet Oh, Jack's uncle had just loft thco and every kindred dleaeo arising from hnpuro blood successfully trrntnl )r and bent of all tonics nml that Dovcr-fallltuodlclnee, ' K comprise many acres of unimproved land within a mile of the center of tho if ygu ask a OHIO city, andCleveland to resident what has CHESAPEAKE spread over tho caused greater part of northern Ohio he will , tell you it's mostly duo to "Payne's But their value is increasPhiladelphia pastures." year and that' satisfactory ing every Baltimore, New York, no doubt. Col. Oliver to the II. Payne, of the Standard Oil comAnd all other Eastern Cities. pany, is wealthier than his father, and, Shortest Line between Louisville, Lenngton'and although now a resident of New York, Eastern Points. he is greatly interested in Cleveland. IN EFFECT NOV. 1, iSja Nathan P. Payne, deceased, was tho younger son of the senator nnd was a EAST HOUND. Lve. Lexington Atlantic Express No. as, daily '7 icpm politician of repute, being ut one timo Midland Accommodation, No, 6. ex. Sun.11.40am mayor of the city. The Paynes repre6.10pm daily Express, No j & RAILWAY. Washington, CI. A It A HOItltlH. ! him a million! Henrietta (who refiihed Jack because ho was poor) Do you call that jolly? I don'tl (Renews her tears.) Life. Losing Swift's Specific &S& and Skin free. I'rlnttxl toethnonlals sent on application. Addrcsvt Hooka oa Illood a Dln-ait-- k v 24 Vestibuled Ml. Sterling Accom , No a3, ex.Suu. WESTBOUND. A rr. Lexington: Lexington Accom., No 27, ex Sun 11.40pm Louisville Express No. 11, dally 4 ijpm Lexington Accom. No. 5, ex Sun 6. lopm Vestibuled Express No: a, daily ft sent the older and conservative portion of Cleveland's wealthy citizens. The theater and its people are growing upon us. With tho higher civilization comes what may almost bo termed the ideal playhouse and a new generaSolid Vestibuled Trains with Dining Cars. Nt tion of actors. But who, among tho bus tranfers conwithout older patrons in particular, will Through Sloepcrs from Letu.glon cede that the new actors and actresses change. C. B. RYAN, H.W. FULLFR, of late finish can approach, in an arAss't Gen. Pas. Agt.. Gen. Pass. Agt, tistic way, the rank and file of tho C. Cincinnati. Washington, D. stock companies to be found in all and pretentious cities DuujtH &S throughout the country somo thirty, "l"-J -.! yes forty, years ago. I fancy that tho Ynuun "early settlers" of many a city cherIs'wn ish fond recollections of those palmy prnmlA days when actors and actresses reAiilttSiitisAiOOTJSOW mained long enough in a town to allow ysnviM sowr i the good people to get acquainted with them and thereby create u sympathetic feeling between the man or woman in the orchestra chair and Richard or fair rvWVj'Ut Juliet across the footlights. And what VjnaijBi talent some of those oltl stock compawtortajvtiRiTuN jX asmmum JSiC-j- L rvaiwoeruiiort MOASOin nies cSSWTncnrUTfunwoRUCT3iri una great did contain! Take Cleveland's stock company, for instance. TntMOWnWWT Lmim Z22S Among others we find John Ellslcr, gJasCPond wV6a Ettie Kllsler, James O'Neil, Clara Mortis, Joseph Haworth and Ben Mnginley. Xw ' (Vil OertTiasatijrtArt. The pay roll of a modern combination well-regulate- d DPOP USA 4"" LINL ,,JQ left the city five years later lier reputation was ahsured. Sho was popular for a number of years, but of lute the city seems to bo forgetting one of its early loves, and Clara Morris absolutely declines to appear in the city where sho received her training and scored tho successes that made her name. Fiiamv J. Mahti.w Wit Too Lone. The (.rare There Is a little chap up on Price Hill who will make trouble in religions circles homo of these iluvs if ho is not systematically trained In "tho way ho should go." He was over at his grandfather's for dinner tho other day, nnd sat buckled in the old high chair ready for the onslaught. His grandfather, a reverent old gentleman, and one of the worthiest of tho world, bent his snowy head and began his usual lengthy grace. Sammy never relishes those famous graces at best, and when, just in the middle of this extra long ono for company, the old gentleman paused deliberately and yawned several tedious tiroes, the infant could stand it no longer. Leaning over, ho tapped him on the arm with his big spoon and whispered energetically: "Det a move, dranpa det a movo for dracious sake I's hungy as a bear!" Grandpa "got a move." Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. He Had a lletter Way. Hungry Higgins Wot kind o' hotel is a hotel on tho European plan? Weary Watkins W'y, tho peoplo pays for what they eats. Hungry Iliggins Pays for wot they eats? Wot jays them Europeans must bet Indianapolis Journal. Small Hoy I Interrst. think our teacher Is losin' interest in us. Father Why so? if Swift Specif ic Co., Small Roy It's 'most two weeks since sho reminded us boys that wo might grow up to bo president, if wo btudied hard. Good News. Could Use It. Fhojbe What aro you going to givo Cholly for a birthday present? Pfrdlta A razor. Phoebe A razor! Pshaw! Ho hasn't a vestige of a mustache. " Perdita Ho, but ho has corns. ATLANTA. OA. TABLER'SDII C BUOKEYELlU OINTMENT ' Trutli. ritted for It by Nature. She What a charming conversationCURES NOTHING BUT PILES. alist Mr. Fleecy is, to bo sure. Yes, ho has a great gift in that He SURE and CERTAIN CURE direction. I've often thought that A known for 15 years as the REST Fleecy missed it when ho decided not REMEDY FOR PILES. to go into tha bunco business. Judge. Tnpn4 y BICIUaDSO.'S MtlllrHI CI).. ST. inris. Too Late for Forgiveness. Pendcnnis Will you forgive mo for proposing to you this, tho third timo 1 havo met you? Perdita I cannot. If you truly loved mo you would have proposed before Town Topics Ills Favorite. Twynn Bunting is very supersti- MOST II QUIIITI. MTIiqCAXITT. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS B7 RICH1RDMX tious about numbers. Trlplett Which is his favorite? Twynn no'a always looking out for number one. Rrooklyn Life. The Western Version. St. Peter Did you try to live up to the Golden Rule? Chicago Man Yep; I tried to do others fceforo they did me. Puck. VERMIFUGE VX! ' r4 W ( 111:1111,. " I'M A UAlir. which we pronos) to send Uiyon, tronnpor-Utlo- n paid. thi littlo dorllntr rentiiiiuulrist a pillow, nnd U In tho net of drawing off Iu pink Mick, tho tnatuuf which hiu pulled off and tluntr aidde with a trliiniphant coo. Thonefititlntiaroporirct, nnd tho follow you, no matter where you stand. this rrcntiet pjilnllnif of Ida aUKh (tho most cofchrsted of molcni painters of baby llfo) aro to be irlven to thoe tahf .lllui..llu. n !,.. .1. k. Elnn for isiitiL Tho cunnot bo told from tho orlKlnul, which aro tho unrno slzo iKxSJ Inches). cot fiOu. and Tho buby la llfo slie, and nltsolutely llfrllUo. Wo al.o In preparation, to present to our have nib. i.lcturefl by ,lnit..?tl'tr uehiirtlntiia Percy Moran.Sluud Humfdirey, Umli DoiH'hiimp, nnd otlieruor world-wlil- o luko only two ujaniples of whot !,l.',,',l,,r'.,.,itte.,,.1st f.nr " A ",l1 u' Wh to Ilouso Orehld" by WL lrt'1',nt llarrbon, and you will tho sea what our promises moan. Thnap who milncrlbo for Demorert's Family Mninuiiie for Isci will i)os.'a a callcry ol cx- oiililto works of art of ureat value, besides a Majrailno that cannot bo wiualed by any In tho world for Its boaiitlful Illustrations and subject matter, that will keepevtryone post- tt ,,,.i tonU' of Ul0 'tay. and all the foU and . Iffurout lu-mof Intorest about tha household, besides furubblnir In teres tin trruvn anu (ray, whole, '.'".. ' and whllo Demorusfs Torino fttinllyi """ la not a fushloaMas;uzlne, Its fashion pages art) perfect, and wo jrlvo you, frte of cmt, all tho patterns you wUh yir, aa4 ,n nnysUe you to usodurlnir tho your subchoose. Bend In scription at once, only 2, and you will really over $3 f et Jennlnirs In value. Address the publisher. W. Domorcat, 15 Kast lrJh B- t- New Vork. If you aro unncqualnted with ths wnguuao, scuu iu coats lor a spoclmea copy. WXKXEZZZ- U-e- (( Thoexqiil-situreproductloni- repro-liictloi- '" s 2 I VsVU worl' cum.. f Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rnpt4 SOLD EVERYWHERE. IttliriSK CO., BT. lusttuuisulal . ....... iwuitiiVK,(u uur, liicludini; fourUriru slin portraits. mini- tIx: j 1'iriueucllu.llioriii.iiii.riiJsiicer: I'ailorewski r ::"! nu"' ism, sim Mrs. Jllou lliiucluault. the popular beaulT. Art- o lTely muMo f(.r fartr IUJ pan,.,, t,rI't siivul IlillilOOl tliu luiv.t.uio.t M (.. .parklwirf mid vocul - tOHs. ECHO, llroadwar Tboatra Uulldlng, N. Y. X fffr cr j' s WOOL SHRINKAGE. Homo i.Btt Ycnr'n I THE MARRIAGE? OF FIRST COUSINS. K U weaktntuded. It is true that the children of couhSiih that imvo intermarried uro Fotnutinii'S wenkinindod, and it is aUo truo that they soinotiuiM liavu certain congenital defects, Mich ns extra toes, defectivo BCiibes.etc. It imileo true that children having similar defects are ofteu bom of jmrenta not jit all related. Tho majority of marriages of jwreons related, however, do not result in nuch defectivo offering. To what extent tho law should inter-veu- o in matters of this kind has always been a mooted queMtion. Generally it has been content to prohibit marriages within tho Levitical degrees that is, marriages between persons nearer akin than first cousins. A number of states havo gono further than this and have forbidden lirncousins to marry. These laws aro largely evaded by going beyond tho Uellevrrt In I.urk. lorders of tho rtnto to contract Thero nro na many snj)erstitious peonot lawful at home. Tho general ple in tho world today as thero ever principle of law that marriages lawful were, nml tho belief in signs, charms and whero celebrated nro lawful everywhere omens has by no means passed away. A nids this evasion. charming young married woman has Tho notion that defectivo offspring Is won almost all the prizes nttho progressn judgmentof heaven ujkii marriages of ive euchre juirties sho has attended durcousins is treated by tho medical proing tho past season. Sho plays well; but, fession 09 a sujwrstition. It is admitted, n n friend told her, "The be3t players however, that tho children of such marhavo to hold good cards to win." At the riages thr.t nro weakmlnded or of deend of tho season she told what eho fective physical dovelopmeuts nro home-whthinks has lcen the cause of all her luck. more numerous than in tho case of "I never fail to cut my finger nails bemarriages Ix'tween jwrsons not related. foro breakfast every Monday morning," Lint th physicians tell us that tho samo she said, "and that is my magical charm thlnsistruoofotherclassesof marringes. against bad luck for tho whole week." An extract from Mnudtdey, who is con- A pretty little woman who was visitsideretl high nuthority on such (mictions, l' chant unjustly. ing herefrom a neighboring town looked , throws home light upon tho subject: Let us see how this figures: Tho fleeco "When homo of tho ovil iullueuces u it is taken off the sheep weighs 14 admiringly nt her own dainty lingers and anxiously inquired "if tiling would which notably givo riso to dicuso jKJunds; it is scoured, thoroughly dried, xhother tho iwlaoned ntmonplu'io of n nl when weighed is found to weigh not do as well, for cutting tho nails ininiasiutitic disttict, or tho unknown en-- coven iromiiK Seven multiplied by 100 jures them so," but the lucky ono was demic causes of cretinism, or iN'rsistent' mnkcM 700. Divided by tho weight of tho positive it would not, and tho pre y nails would havo to be sacrificed if their intrmpernnco of nny kind, or fmitienl ' ileeco wo find that (li pounds) in intennarrlngo In families, or any other tho hhrinkago Is 50 tho dirt, Tho wool owner wished to win. Ono of tho best per cent. of tho sources of human degeneracy- -1 ,1Mnttot,;o inHrk,.t, tlio cleansed wool women I know shows a piece- of silver to havo engendered a morbid variety, tho is cold for 50 cents por pound, tho dirty tho new moon each month, nud if she evil will, tinier counteracted by better wool for 22 ceuUt. Did you get enough has to turn back after she stnrta sho influences brought to War, increase for your wool? Let us rx. Your shrink- -' out again. carefully spits leforo she sets Louisville Courier-Journatnrough generations until degeneration ago is 50 ikt cent, you obtained 50 conta has gone w far that tho coutiuunnco for the cleansed flvre. On this basis I'mfiiMir MnrM' 1'rotcnt. of tho h pedes Is imjwssililc. Iudetd yon should havo received 25 cents per Professor Ed ward S. Morse writes with form hoover, jKJiind for the wool in tho dirt. When insanity of whatever mania, melancholia, moral insanity or wool is selling for 22 cents that has 50 warm uud righteous indignation to the Boston Herald In protest against the dementia, Is but a Mago in tho do--j cent shrinkage, the cleansed wool "Columbian bell" enterprise which has scent toward sterile idiocy, as may Ih jxt would In) selling nt 4 cents. taken form at Bennington, Vt. This is experimentally proved by the intermar-- , When doing up the wool, extract every rlngo of mentally unsound crsons for a thing that is not wool, putting all tho a project for casting a bell from metal relics which jtoople throughout thocoun-trgeneration or two, ami U sometimes dem- sweat locks, pulled wool and tags in aro solicited to contribute. "One onstratcd by tho disastrous consequences' Kick (i'iarato from the good wool and hardly knows," writes Professor Morse, of frequent intermarriage in foolish fam-- i mark tho difference in the returns. ' "which to condemn most the promoter ilies." Homestead. of such a project or tho weak minded Tho principle teems to lw that when' enthusiasts who are willing to deprive there nro hereditary defects in a family Tlir lllcE-- t Mwr. tliOM) defects nro intensified in tho oir-- i Several mammoth steers aro to bo on their local historical museums of valuaspring by the marriage of two member' exhibition at tho World'afair, the largest ble i elicit for the sake of adding a grain or an ounce to tho weight of this ionder-ou- s of the family having the kiiiio defect m of them lieiug Colonel Singerly's d Ik11. tho blood. Precisely tho nuiio result folanimal, bred and raised in Pennlows tho intermarriage of two jhtwiiis sylvania. None of these very closely ap"If tho public were asked to contribnot related who have inherited similar proaches in weight thocent'nnlal ox bred ute current coins, rings, spoons, silver defects of predisjo.sition to tho same de- - by Samuel Ilnrkley of Somerset county, ware, breastpins, etc., all of which could feet or disease. The marriage of two Pa., nml exhibited at thecentenuial exo-sitio-n bo easily reproduced, tho bell would mutes incroases the proltability that tho in l.STO. This nnimal weighed 4, POO sound just as sweet. But to melt down children will to mute. Tho innrriage of ounds. He wns of misetl stock, loast rare historic mementos, prehistoric obtwo iKTsons of feeble minds multiplies' j,,.. of Shorthorn, scrub and Ayrshire jects in copper and a host of articles mo cuanges oi leeme miinicu oiisprmg. blood. Tho largest cow in the world hallowed by ago, which can uever be No legislative lcdy, so far as wo are was raised by A. X. Meal of Molwrly, replaced, is an idea so monstrous that advised, has taken tho n ponsibility of Mo. bho weighed !i,2J0 ixmnds. Field an injunction should bo issued Maying proceedings if jxissiblo till tho public prohibiting tho marriage, of jxtsohs liv- anil Farm. conscience bo nroused to tho desecratiou ing in a miasmatic district, or of those Cliivrr tiloiif. about to 1r consummated." who live in tho crowded tenements of Now is the time for the annual recurgreat cities, or of those who inherit a C'liiiRtutiitntloiK In Dr. Talmmjr, predisposition to consumption, insanity rence of this malady. Thousands of cat. Ilev. Dr. Talmago and his jieoplo feel or defectivo senses. Yet it enn hardly tle dioof it ever' year, yet there aro very be disputed that the results of such mar- many cattlemen who grow clover abun- happy, and they havo a clear right to over tho wiping out of tho entiro riages aro in tho main moro injurious dantly who never haven caso of it. It all than thoso between cousins not subject depends on how intelligently tho matter floating debt of $110,000 which so serito such disabilities. Louisville Courier-- ! is handled. The truo practice Is to never ously hamjiered tho work of theTnber-nacle- . turn cattle on fresh clover until all dew It is a happy event not only for Journal. or rain is thoroughly dried off, and then Dr. Talmago nml the great church with . A I'lurm Srrrrn. only ufter the cattlo aro well filled up on which ho has so long and usefully A largo screen never makes it.self more' other glass beforehand. A great many associated, but for tho greater metropouseful than it docs on a wide piazza cases occur where cows havo In'on yard- lis, of which Brooklyn is already in fact Behind JtH friendly folds ono may sit se--j ed all night and turned out hungry in though not in name a part. euro from tho dust of tho street, tho too the early morning on fresh clover. Pastors of the intellectual power nnd impertinent gnze of passersby, the glare' spiritual force of Dr. Talmago are of the sun or the too impetuous breezes 1.1 e Murk I'nlnt. items in the nsets of the comthat disarrange one's locks or make read-- ' Tho winter of lfl2-- was n terrible ono munity in which they live and labor. ing an impossibility. A very tasteful' for live stock in tho northwest and y Tho churches which they build up aud ouo which can bo made nt homo is of for horses. Out of a band of 300. whose activities they direct aro vital lino jointlessmntting of a soft sago green an owner lost 75 from starvation, Ono factors in the public, life of a city. It it color set in a narrow frame of pine entire hold of cattlo starved and froze n common misfortune, a general loss of wood. I ho frame is covered with to death, every animal of them. Tho largo dimensions, whenever such pastors walton, which is then stained to fault is largtly with tho owners of thoso remove to other places or their churches resemblo cherry wood. Tho matting is' unfortunate creatures. They ought to aro crippled. Greater New York is the embellished with a design of scarlet pop- bo starved for awhilo themselves and gainer by thoestablishment of tho Brookpies palntou in wun oils, l rcaled in tins fr06tbitten just n littlo tK. Thev delib-wn- y lyn Tabernacle on a sound financial footlincrusta walton rosumbles wood) tT,itely calculate tho selling prico of their ing aud by the continuation under faircarving, ii is so puauio, auneies so stock no ns to cover their percentago of er auspices of Dr. Talniage's brillinnt readily to wood and comes in such a va loss from hunger and exposuro among ministry. New York Recorder. riety of patterns that it is well adapted tho nnimals instead of humping themto tho use of tho homo nrtisan. Phila selves nnd providing sholter nnd food for Tnllilnc With tl.r I'lclilent. delphia Press. When tho president is interested and tho wretched nnimals. No wonder west- era beef is considered tough in eastern is really giving a caller or callers his ear Out Out of k Ilo Inn lint. markets or that horses from tho great nest attention, he will icst each ouo of convict, sent ranches sell low. Charles II. Prico, a his hands carelessly abovo tho hip, will from Detroit Sept. 20, 1800, for forgery, O. It. Clleason, tho horso educator, smile, answer questions and nsk , all mndo tho cleverest escape from tho pris- says ho has individually handled over about tho subject matter. If tho visitors on within tho history of tho institution. 7,000 horses. hang on too long, tho president will bePrico was engaged in packing snacks in gin to slido his hands down and swing boxes to ship to Australia. Ho Ipfjt out ' Clleason thinks there can bo such a his nrms to the rear just a littlo bit. half of one lot, make a false top for the thing as a' horse phrenologist. That means ho is getting tired. If ho box, which ho fabtcned in by menus of , Up to tho closoof 1802 there weo allvo puts his hands entirely behind his big wooden buttons on tno inside, nnd had 093 horses that had trotted in 2:20 or less. liody so you can't see them, then it is himself carted to the car platform Silo corn can bo raised where it is too timo for tho congressmen and office seekthe prison. When tho. coxst was far north to riieii field com. At ers to cut the conversation short. If clear, ho opened tho box and escaped. President Morton's Ellerslio farm on tho they do not, tho president then locks his IIo had made two other nttempts and Hudson 00 acres nre planted in corn nn- - hands behind him, cloes his lips aud was caught in tho act. Jackson (Mich.) nunlly to fill tho silos for tho Guernsey frowns gently, which to tho observant Cor. Chicago Herald. cows. caller means that the time has arrived A corresjiondent of Tho Breeder's for disappearing. Cor. Charleston News Kierlf nre of Onn Ceunle. Gazetto admits that it is a debatable nnd Courier. A young woman stopping in San Dio-- question whether on tho high priced go, Cal., recently camo lrcm tno east to farming hinds of tho east sheen can be A Muy IIui'kuIu. Young Housekeeper Wo cannot io uauiornia, leu in ove, marrieu, set- -, lumlo j)rofital,i0 n9 ft cialty, with fish at your prices. They cost too tied down, broke up housekeeping, lost j wool at 25 centH ft 1Kmlle But there ia hcrliusband and resumed her maiden no doubt nt ttll but tho j.nmll flockt in much. Fislunnn I havo several dozen oysters, name, all within th last niontji. Her ' comaection wlth ,nixetl fBrInillgi can bo husband during tho sumo timo left his Iim(lo t0 return good .,rofit There nro ma'am, left over from April, marked situation, met nnd married the girl, eo many o,1(1h luld PU(ls thnt tho Bhpop down 60 per cent. Young Housekeeper Oh good! Send changed his name twico and disappeared cat up, nnd they often can be pusturod Francisco Let- - jn Rpota which could not bo utilized for them up. John is bo fond of oysters. to pnrts nnktiown.-S- au Harper's. Bazar. other stock nt all. mar-riuges Da These Unions llomlt In tlir of tlir lliiiniin I'mully? Tho lower Iioupo of tho Kentucky h'K' ngiiinst tho inar-riag- o iulaturo lms ilccinri-tof cousins on tho ground that children of such nmrriiixvs tiro freiitu'iitly i at the Wuoi;rcmcr. From timo to time tho attention of woolgrowers has to Ik called to tho fact that thero is a great deal of shrinkage In tho wool wheu It is cleniibcd, and to this many readers seem qulto oblivious. In pcnising tho market thoynro led to wonder why ono party can get 70 to 75 cents for clenn wool whilo they enn probably get 22 cents for their own. Ohio and Pennsylvania fleeces pell for from 27 to 28 cents in tho Boston market. Tho enmo fleeces when cleansed will bring 69 to CO cents jier pound, which would i ml i en to that tho shrinkago was about 54 cr cent Ono lot of this wool nold nt 27 cents, and when scoured cost 68 cents per clean ound. Somo brook waahod wool Is reported as having been old lately for S3 cents per pound. Australian wool sells for 63 cents pot rcourcd pound. Somo grades of wool from this country bring as high on 75, to 77 cents for Port Philip Bcoured wool. Wo aro awaro that thero is much room for defrauding tho woolgrower out of pomo of the vnluo of his wool in this manner of buying, as nil wools nre bought on the scoured basis and t'uj jh.t cent of shrinkago in dirty wool. The buyer cun uts'Tt thut tho wools from n certain Hock will hlirink 50 or 60 per cent, and it in liable to x accepted by tho grower. Such wools nro selling ot 10 to 60 cents jer eoourod pound, and ho will pay tor this wool in tho dirt 22 cents per pound. How is this mutter to bo remedied? Thero Is ono way of helping it. It is by weighing a ileeco accurately, scouring it well nud then weighing it again accurately thus tho per cent of shrinkage Tho scoured fleeco cwj bo nsccrtulnt-dcan Ih sent along with thn same consignment of wool to t sold. The can computo the valno of his wool in tho dirt by knowing tho percent of shrinkage, and by what he receives for his clean fleece. Try this, and yon will not be coiniwlled to judge tho wool mer- . wool-grower l'lcnrr That Mny iirin Jntin Coultl AVnlt Outbid. Thero aro visitors to tho Art building every day who ehow by their faces that they would bo moro at ease somewhere else in Jackson park. They walk through tho rooms ns though they weso dodging their creditors. They hang their heads beforo a inarblo Diana nud steul covert glances at somo of tho ambitious efforts of tho French nrtists. Their modesty is fo pronounced that it hurts them as badly ns a bunion in a tight bIioo. A man with his wifo strolled into tho French section yesterday. IIo had tho appearance of a clergyman looking for a job. Sho was moro worldly in her dress and manner. Beforo ho knew whero ho was going ho was standiir,' in front of a pastoral scene, remarkable for tho amount of flesh color it contains if for nothing else. Tho man pulled his hat over his eyes and turned to his wife, who was looking in another direction. "Como out of here," ho gruffly commanded. "I'vo seen enough of this already. " His wifo started in meek submission, hut her eyes fell on tho pastoral eeno. Her feet btuck fast to tho floor, whilo her husband repeated his command. "Wait for mo out in tho other room, John," she sweetly remarked. "This is France, you know. You had hotter go over to tho architectural exhibit.' Chi cago Inter Ocean. L"V "J Ji ToCK aes- - THE ADVOCATE ' Cf tne to you every other day lu the yer lor ouiy $2. Thecfirapeu and bet paper in Kentucky. 50c gets It three momhv Address Tub Aiaocatk, Danville, Ky. 7 'M HEAD OF A GOOD HORSE. PERSONAL GOSSIP. I 1 ! - nny-wher- o l. ! 1 -' y j 4,000-pouu- -- ro-joi- Ih-ci- i U csjw-clall- ' J lin-crus- ta I -' i ar ( j I out-sid- o . ex-Yi- I nf-for- d ; see it. any moro than with a human fool. Tho Republican in politics. MISS L1CCIE BEAZLEV'S. head in tho picture will fit Gleason's deDr. Naville, the explorer, has discovStanford, Ky scription. It is from a photograph. ered tho burial chamber of Thotlnnes I, eighteenth dynasty, nt Thebes, with a mnssivo altar at tho entrnnco thought to have been erected by his daughter, the Jninous Queen Hatasu. I have returned from the cities with anice In Virginia, whero heretofore only one '.line I will sell for a small profit. woman 'white) had been admitted to ol Millinery which fretn as this season's goods, Goods leftover, as practice medicine, Sarah G. Jones, a from last season, I will sell at mulatto of Richmond, has been licensed. CASH ONLY. It is said sho will practice exclusively COST among pcoplo of color. The reason I do this is to reduce my slock of will be ante Tho now Earl of Derby, formerly goods so opportunity. to sell out my business at the first known ns Lord Stanley of Preston, is a I cordUlly invite the ladies lo call and examine their patron-airpopular and easy going nobleman, a type my goods. also solicit a share ot M. IlIlOCK, MRS. I. of tho "jolly good fellow." While gov9 Stanford, Ky. ernor general of Canada he was distinguished chiefly for his love of outdoor sports. ALF0RD & M'AFEE, rnnFECT horse itead. Sir Julian Pauncefote's salary has been As to tho method of judging a horso, increased from 30,000 to $35,000 in con Livery, Feed & Sale f this great "horso educator," as ho calls sequence of his promotion to the rank of McKINNEY, KY. himsolf, saya: an embassador to this country. This We have formed a partnership and have supIf n horso has largo, thick ears, hairy makes his compensation exactly double plied our stable with insido: email, flat oyes, sunk into the that paid to our embassador to tho court New Horses, Buggies, Wagons, hoad; small, thick nostrils, and if ho is of St. James. Ac. Special attention to the traveling public. narrow between ears and between eyes Mrs. Christino Ladd Franklin is ono Nothing but rigs allowed to leave our and very broad from eyes to jowls, ho is of stable. tho few women who havo won well a horso of no sense and can be taught deserved reputations as scientific thinknothing. On tho other hand, when n TAKE THE.. is by horso has a small, thin, twin ted ear, furry ers and writers. Sho an American sainsido; largo, round, full oyes, standing birth and tho wifo of an American out well from head; largo, thin nostrils, vant, and her namo is frequently found and is broad between his ears aud be- in German periodicals. Mrs. A. M. Mankly has bequeathed to tween his eyes and narrow from his oyes CDltOUISVIHt.WlwAHiUITtCHIMtORrtferto his jowl, such a horso has intelligence tho city of Washington a large sum of ho will learn quickly and remember money for the erection and maintenance well. A horso with a large, thick eyo on of a homo for destitnto women as a me- THE POPULAR AND DIRECT the top of his head, sunken in and bulg- morial to her mother. In memory of LINE TO ing out between, with a Roman head, her husband sho has willed to the Aid society $30,000 for tho erecwill generally balk, plungo or have eome vicious habit' as well as a treacherous tion of a Iioiikj. And disposition. poV&s I have given you somo of tho charAa FASHION'S FANCIES. acteristics of a ioor horse, it will not bo And One of tho gay touches of tho season is out of place if I mention tho qualifications of a terfect horse. Tho care must noted in coaching parasols of ecru silk lined in bright blue. bo small, pointed, furry insido and wido between. Tho eyes must bo clear, full, Garden hats aro mado of flowered cotlarge, standing out prominently and tons to match flounced and furbelowed Visitors, remember the Monon is the line, with Vestibuled Trains, wido between. Tho nostrils must bo gowns. Tho crowns aro banded with Cars, Pullman Mullet Dining Cars, I'alace Chair Sleepers, at lowest rates. largo and thin, neck long and well cut black velvet. For information address np under tho jowl. Stout, heavy mus-cl- o Petticoats of white craje havo followIAS. BARKER, O. P. A , Chicago. on top and thin through middle; ed thoso of whito sill:, und tho fanciest of V. G. CRUSH, iD. P. A'.. Louisville withers must always bo higher than littlo underskirts aro shown all hips, short back, broad and long hljH cmd bclaccd. nnd close jointed. For durability alLeghorn hats havo tho brims lined ways buy a close jointed horse, one with fine, short hair. Tho finer the hair tho with black chiffou nnd caught up with The nrost Celebrated Eye, Ear, black satin rosettes. Black illumes nro Nose. Throat and Chronic Dislonger tho life. set nt one side within the upturned brim ease Specialist in the State. lor tqeei tno norso suouid measure nnd fall forward and back with marked exactly as much from between his ears grace. and his withers ns from his withers to A small bonnet is mado more impresstho colliding of tho hips that is, the bo exactly midway be- ive by a rather wido brim, which is withers should tween his eilrs and tho coupling of tho slashed nnd then flares back in aureolo hips. From tho ioint of tho withers to style, the slash opening nbovo tho brow SBSBSBSBSHHBc4BH.if .1 tho shoulder should bo just ns long ns to reveal the trimming set against the HEIsssiiadtflssW from tho coupling of tho hips over tho crown. New Marie Antoinctto fichus of whito kidneys to iwint of hips by tail. From hoof band of forward foot to point of laco are stoped at tho waist instead of withers, 67 inches: from point of shoul- being continued in scarf ends. They uisHIJm-ders to point of hip, 02 inches. Parties aro wonderfully dainty with garden buying horfes by this rule will find it in- party costumes accompanied by tho fallible. whito laco ruffle hats. l;ssssHBLLLv;i'W4- 'All wool bengaline with tricolored Tim I'hIo Alto lIorm. , ' l:E'MsisssslsssKuSjkir'J-i,- . cords is something pretty in tho wools. Stanford's catalogno for 1892 of trot- This is not at all pronounced, the cords L& ?" ting und thoroughbred stock at Palo being fine and tho shading delicate. Tho Alto stock farm, California, is full of ground crossed by tho cords is of neuvaluablo and interesting statistical in- tral tint, ns gray or tan. sssssssH sssssssk FT formation on trotting and running pediSomo of tho prettiest coloring of the grees. llssssssssHsV ssssssssL SSSSSSSSSK The book contains 67C pages. In tho 6cason is seeinin the new gloves. The kids show evgry gradation of tinting. trotting department thero aro 575 horses, of which !J0 are distinguished sires of There is no costume that may not bo trotting speed, and U27 aro trotting brood matched by them. Silk gloves, too, aro mares, dams of great performers among brought out in every shade. APPLEMAN M. D., Tartan silks aro speckled with white, J. them. In the thoroughbred department there liko tho velvets of last winter. Roman THE CELEIIRATED are 83 animals, of which 8 are stallions striped satin is gorgeous enough to suit an Italian ieasant woman. Drap de nnd 4(1 brood mares. Tho collection of horses on this ono Venice shows raised satin dots of that produco a rich and brilliant breeding farm numbers C03. Among tho Formerly Piolessorof Practice of Medicine, ildflower, lined surface. New York Times. trotting brood marcs aro Electrical Medical College, record 2:21; Waxana, dam of Sunol, 2:08J; Sallio Benton, 2:17 at 4 TORONTO, CANADA, ODDS AND ENDS. years old: Mayflower, dam of Wildflower Now Examining PhsKian cf the An ice envo is a natural curiosity at nnd Mnnzanitn, record 2:10, Damo Winnie, tho dam of Palo Alto, Vergy, Savoy. Southern Medical Institute, . 2:0Sj; Heautiuil Bells, dam of Belle Bird, Ninety per cent of tho Boston Brown LOUISVILLK, KY. Bellellower, ing society aro women 2:24; Bell Boy, 2:10, and In England no town is technically a Will be at Myers House, Stanford Hindu Rose, 2:10. Tuesday, June 20, one city unless it is tho seat of a bishop's see. Tho blood of tho thoroughbred race day only. During tho last 60 years moro than horse is very prominent in tho trotting 0,000,000 peoplo havo emigrated from Returning eery four wteVs durin,; theyear. brood mares of Senator Stanford, and Uellerue Hospitho has thoroughly demonstrated tho England, of whom 10 por cent havo re- al Dr. Applcman is a graduatrcfCity, Medical College, New York and the KlfC- great efficiency of that blood in produc- turned. ricul Medical College, Toronto, Canada. He has About 6,000,000 ounces of quinino aro qiade a special study ot tint diseases he treated in ing the greatest speed. produced annually. Thero aro 17 quinine the great Ilellcvue arid Charity Hospital for several years and recugnl(enoiipcrior m diagnosing factories in the world, and 0 of theso aro and treating Chronic Diseases He devotes all ?luny Young Grilling;. his time to the treatment of chronic and nervous in Germany. diseases of both senes nnd his skill as an expert in A correspondent writes that ono vetthis cUisof cases is wcllttlablUhcd. Trials sucTho cellular prison systoin in Holland, cessfully, and erinary surgeon in Kentucky has gelded whero the offenders aro completely isoover JiOO young stallions this season aud Permanently Cures has orders for 100 moro on his books. lated, is asserted to lio most effectual in IIo estimates that in and around Lex- repressing crime and reforming crim- Acute and Chronc Catarrh, Ringing in Ears Dealness, Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat ington this season not lesa than 3,000 inals. Lung, Kidney, Urinary and Madder troubles. stallions will bo gelded and states that Tho FiiitofTapley versus Abo McPiko's llnght's Disease, Diabetes, Dyspepsia, Constinmong tho number nre many youngsters estato, which is still on trial in the courts pation, Rheumatism aud Paralysis, Epilepsy or , of the very best breeding. The moro of Piko county, Mo., was originally dock- r'il positively cured. Young or middle aged men suffering from Impotcncy, Eruptions, the results of general uso of tho ecraseur has been eted in 1850. Tho action was brought to by tho turf journals as a remedy recover tho value of somo negro slaves errors or excesses, should call belore It is too late. We gurautco a cure if case tus not gone too fur. Superfluous hair and all eruptions of the tact for tho inflation caused by every stallion that McPiko had taken south and sold. permanently removed. that canto within tho standard rules beHeel and too tips of pierced nnd chased ing kept entire, and it is evident that gold aro now worn on somo satin house their ndvico is bringing forth fruit. slippers. Tho metal ornaments cost As Syphilis, Scrofula, Sir! Horseman. from $50 to $100 per set, and the shoes cured by never failing remedies. Diseases of from $10 to $20 per pau-.'sthat shoes Menstruation. women, such as Le Willi t I.lre Stork iluUlntc Ilorx. Displacement Womb, and ornaments may cost as much as $120. down pains in back, relieved jnolshort time. bearing Livo stock raising improves tho Foil The Doctor carnes all his portable instruments A professional acrobat finds employ- and comes and increases tho production of good prepared to examine the most obscure crops of grain ami grass, and theso crops ment ut tho zinc mines in Ogdensburg, medical and surgical cases. He undertakes no incurable diseases but cures uro moro profitably marketed through N. J. His services aro required in get- hundreds given up to die. the farm stock than when bold in sacks ting out snarls nml removing ouitruc-tionfrom the cables and olectrlo wires CONSULTATION FREE or wagon loads to rob tho 6oil of its ferAnd Confidential. Address tility; besides wo get a profit on tho feed- used about tho oro cars, which are run ing if we havo good stock of any of the on 6teep grades. Ho can walk on a tight J. S. APPLKMAN, M. D., rope when necessary. improved breed. Louisville, Ky, Mmo. Renan is toreceivo $1,200 a year How You May Know u Good florae When from tho French government. Yon hru Him. Thomas A. Edison recently said that In Professor O. ft. Gleason's ndmirn-bi- o book on horso education ho lays down ho never owned a watch in his life. "I tho points of a perfect horso. It Is his never want to know what timo it is." so underlying doctrine that thero nro grades ho says. of intelligence in nnimals ns In people, Oscar D. Wetherell. tho now compand to succeed with tho horso you must troller of Chicago, is a nativo of Now nppeal to his Intelligence. If ho is England and 05 years old. Ho is presistupid, you can do nothing with him dent of the Globe National bank and a T. J. HATCHER Jailer of Lincoln county and asks hn friends not to commit themselves to any oae else. His candidacy 11 subject to the action ol the Democratic party. .NEW LINE OK. a Candidate fr Spring and Summer linery Just received and ready for inspection. Mil- ; Call and MILLINERY. FOR 1 1 e. Stable, first-cla- ss -- Chil-dren'- rt wassT tus-6or- o WORLD'S FAIR berib-bone- d Bsssssf it sasLLsLLnSf , isJsS'ssssHsyKsm sssB -- isasK tUfm S. tsssssJ......H vari-col- English Specialist, Blood nnd Skin Diseases. s .. -' - "J Jjjz ? Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT CRAB ORCHARD. STAGE GLINTS Published Every Tuesday and Friday Mrs. John Edmiston, who still continius John Shaw EJinluton, of Paducah was hero la9t week to aee his mother, $ PJEBR YKAR IX iVDVANCH $2.60 will be charged.- - SrWhen not so paid K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train nave Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning at j:-- o p. m. L. A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North " " South Eipress train " South North.. L)cal Freight North...... . -- .l J ..t 11 The tatter trains alo carry paisengert. The above ii calculated on itandard time. Solar i cue it about ao minutet fatter. QUEEN ,... South.... CRESCENT . - Jl P 313am 700 "3pm 7 pm .....3 4pB m A ROUTE. Trains pass Junction City u follows: PSouth bound - No. 1 . Vestibule Limited, n.Jo a. m ; No. t , Chicago Limited, -- .5$ a. m.; No. j., New Orleans Kspre-- i. 11 17 a. m ; No. 7., 8.40 p. 1 a.ta p. m.; No 9 , Hlue Grata Vestibule, North bound. -- No. j, Vestibule Limited, 6.48 p. m.; No 4 , Fast Mail. a.jj P- - " J No. 6 , Chlga-g- o Limited, a.J- - a m , No. 8 , Local, 1.35 a. m.J No. 10, Blue Grass Special. 6 a m. Jfasolotety feeble. Dr. Ed Eates, of McKinney, came up and took his wife back with him Monday. Miss Hattio Collier, daughter of Richard Collier, of Cedar Creek, was married Wednesday to Mr. Morgan Boone, of patne neighborhood. The All Wise, when Ho fashioned man after His own linage, never licensed him to help degrade woman, but to pro tect, lore and cherish her. It is not God's intention that men shall congre gate before the saloons, the drug stores or anywhere else and use this talent in picking a poor, helpless woman's char acter in pieces he can never again put together. If a man saw another of his race walk up and knock a lady down, he would at once resent the act as being that of a demon, yet he will sit quietly by and hear the most terrible things said of her aad neyer onco say "I have a mother, a wife or a sister; I would rather you would select some other top-it- : than woman." A true gentleman controls his speech, is slow to surmise evil, combining a woman's tenderness with a man's courage. Don't feel that all women are not pure because you happen to know afow who are not. All men are not thieves because there are thieves. All men are not liars because there are liars. "Let him that is without sin among you cast the tlrst stone," was the way our Heavenly Father disposed of like cases and "as you would that others do to you do you even to to them." Tfo Tiller. "TttE I conditional ou soundness. Doblo is making no engagements for A Leader. Nancy Hanks just now nnd will not do Since Its first introduction, Klectric Hitters has to until ho has learned what ho may ex- gained rapidly in popular favor until now it l pect her to do this year. Sho is in good clearly in the lead among pur medical tonks and altcratises containing nothing which permits Its condition. useaaa besersgeor intosicamj it Is recognired ai ihehrst and nurest medicine for all ailments of There are 591 entries all told for the the Stomach, Liter and Kidnes It will cure annual meeting of the Now England Sick Headache. Indtifestion. Constipation and Our facilities for giving the greatest values lor the least outlay, are Satisfaction guarthe Trotting Horse Breeders' association, for drive Malaria frombottle system. money will be re unsurpassed. or the anteed with each which $17,500 in purses and stakes have funded l'rlce onl) 50 cents per bottle. Sold by Druggist A K. fenny, been hung up. Goucral Miles' fine bay maro has a nice Fifty cents ia small doctor bill, but that is all it looking bay colt by Palo Alto, will cost you to cure any onlmary caw ol rheui'am Italia. Iry ifjou with a marked characteristic of somo of matism ou willuv Chamberlain's the prompt relict he surprls.nl at axd THE HEST PLACE TO HUY general's exploits. On his neck is a it affords. The first application will iiuiet the pain. tho it by W II McKobcits, 5s cent bottles for sile perfect tomahawk in white. Druggist, Stanford. As a rule, a doublo gaited horso is faster as a pacer than ns a trotter. Had Smug- gler, 2:15r; Edwin Forrest, 2:18, and Bonesetter, 2:19, been permitted to take was sick, wt gave her their chosen gait they would doubtless When When hhi sat a Chikl, ah cried fer CftntorU. havo been great pacers. Dr. Wackley of London, editor of Tho When fiho loamif Mlv li citing to CAAtoriA, Lancet, owns tho great prize winning When h had CWMrrn. sho pevethem Cfiatnria, All new stock and latent designs. maro Drab, now on her wny to bo exhibited in tho Englu-- hackney class at to the Traveling Public. ..Notice tho World's fair. During her stay sho Unexpected. ,., I have had ... He had just received n letter from his will bo bred to Allerton. The most stubhjrn Skin and. Scalp Disoaw-s- , the .SHELTON HOUSE eon at college nnd was reading it aloud worst tormsef Scrofula, all Wod tsinls and naineaml naiuie. are utterly raoled NOVELTIES. to his fnmily, when ho camo to this pasAt Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and sage: nut b) Dr 1'ieicc's (.olden Medical Discntciry. Kor every dluse taused b) a torpid User er Imhave in connection with Hotel one of the best sanight loons in the State, open day and night; aHouse "I am taking lessons in fencing, and as Tho arrow brooch of gold set with pure Mood, it Is the only remedy so ctruin Hd all trains. In connection it mn neetsone of the best Mineral wells with taU tho feu must bo paid in advance will need diamonds i3 again been in leading jewel- effective that it can be guaranteed If hackfalls In in the Urns fit or cure, you hare your monev have also ry ttores. call on Mr sndJIii Krjsipclas. Ilolls csd for reference to water, Mr and Mrs. Hoyd In- another remittance." hcaema. Tetter. ami G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Thero aro indications tltat wreath Carbuncles, hjiUrged Glands. l unlets completely "Waal, now, that do beat all," Faid gram, Erin, Tenn . A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr.. and everv kindred ailment, are W y tho old man, "what on nirth does ? ft. E. Proctor, C II. Hraum. Mr and Mrs T. formt nnd eimplo gold circlets hut with nd pi r.nanently cured by it Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. K. B.Johnson. need to take lessons in fencing for, diamonds or other precious stones will Rates Ji per Cox. Greentburjr. New Haven. Jim time is Arc Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in I'd liko to know? I'vo been fencing for bo jtopular designs for brooches this year. protnlejou insured' If not. nowwith the bottle to day. J. at. reirev. cicik. uivc i of a yiiurseli and family J. W. CARRIER, Prop. gsoiy 40 years and never had to go to college and Diarrhoea 3 Chamberlain s Coin, Cholera Dark violets with whito npplo reUeniedy Insurance against any j to learn how." or pink tinted peach blossoms and sults fromasanattack of lxiel complaint tenons the doting an "But times havo changed, father,", pansies, encircled by wreaths of summer month. It is almost ceiiain 10 be need procured at once said his wife. "Fences ain't mado ns, or daisies, aro among the many id and should be Its place or do Its work No Jsothtr and can take P. B. RILEY. Proprietor. they used to was when wo clim' them in tasteful combinations in enameled floral lemrd) bottles tor sale by W II. McKobetti, so cent Druggist, Mantord London, - -- - Kentucky. Root hollow." iwitl tlin nlil num. "FA jewelry. That' no." Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, Wreaths frequently uppear in stones I have moved to my new Hotel and am better don't eay if it's a wire fence or a rail one, filrmn ntintrtol lwiitur ifi fillpli Imperial Plow.s, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows iliu. prepared than ever to accommodato the public HI. Good Livery attached and every convenience de- but I reckon he 11 larn both ways. " '"' i, p.irilini. rrrppn Pnnrl nnil nlivinrvs t.hn 0 . ... and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Iand Rollers, Wheat .....sired. Give me a call. . ... I vain, I never expected a boy of rKAK KSS.C.I, would hov to go to college to learn mmo i stones portraying foliago nnd tho pearls Is a candidate for member of the Legislature from Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Huggy and Wagon 77 fencLincoln reprebeutmg bernos aro examples of mocracy county , subject to nomination by the Jc Harness, Saddles, Fields, Haled Hay, &c. ing. It do seem queer." the variation of a prevalent design. Then ho wroto out another check nnd Tho swan is tho bird now most promiforwarded it by tiro next mail. Detroit nent in jewelry. Its shapely auggestive-nes- s HARVEY DR.- - W. B. Free Press. is seen everywhere. A now rack Is a t andlilale to rrpresi nt Lincoln county In the An Outward Evidence. for envelopes and paper of inirforated next Legislature, subject to the action of the deWe have opened a llutchcr Shop in the Dr. Hubband Do you know that every silver is most gracefully designed by mocracy. Ofhce Main street, Ilockerhuuicon lepotSt .and ill, keep alwass vacated South suit X. Huffman, in ofhe rscea time a woman gets angry sho adds a new having tho lino of tho divisions swau by Dr. L Stanford, Ky. on hand shaped. wrinkle to her face? Articles to Suit the Most FastidiP. 0. MILLINERY. Wife No, I did not, but if it is so I TO Luamel ami gold combinations aro THE All Kinds of Frosh ous. A complete line of pre&uino it is a wise provision of nature plentifully used . Besides numerous In- We will also run a delivery tigou to Rowland to to let tno world know what sort 01 n dividual blossoms and floral clusters, room and see the Call at the serve the people theie. husband a woman has. Louisville Com- enameled brooches in tho fainter tints MARTIN Jk CRAIO. AND LINCOLN COUNTY'. mercial. nro inlaid with designs of flowering and Boat Soloctod sprays carefully reproduced in gold and Stock thanking you lor your liberal patronage for Ice A Unci Krror. last srtuon, I respectfully request its continuance Johnson I mado an annoying mis- colored stones. Of Millinery in town the goods and pncis arc Notice is hereby given that on the first day ol during the coming season. Indeed I expect all tu bound to please you. Miss Oldun yesterday. take in talking to Owsley anil Mary r () sley, ute the tune. 1801. lolin MRS I'.T COURTS. 10 RAILROAD TIES. his wife, tiled In the clerk's ofhen ol the Llnco ln Thomson What was it? Circuit Court their petition praying that thenid MANUFACTURE! ICE, Johnson I didn't quite catch her nam Court empower the wife, Marv X. Owsley, lodls. The Louisvillo and Nashville now has For these reasons First. It is ma le by a home when wo were introduced, and I asked two fast vestibuled trains from Nash iiosc by v. ill of any property she now owns or may herealter acquire. (Jlsen under my hand as clrra Institution. Second, the Ice is absolutely and her if Bho had married young. Kate villa to Chicago. of said court thist ist day of June, 1S93. chemically pure, being made Irom spring water, Field's Washington. a; which is first distilled and then carefully filtered J IMIAILEV.CIW L C C. AndJSIITVERWARE. Tho block system on tho Now York My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has Just before being frozen. Third, Artificial Ice will last much longer than pond Ice. Fourth, an epidemic Central railroad has been extended as turned Irom the cities with an elegant linefof mil- Complicated Watch Repairs and A Dollar' Worth. of cholera is looked for during the year and linery, embracing is so apt to produce or spread this disease as Sm I enclose $1 for "Tho Secret of far west as Rome. Artistic Engraving a Specialty. impure water or Ice. Kifth.it will beR The Chicago ticket brokers won their Surrounding Ono'a Self With Elovating All goods sold engraved tree of charge. habeas corpus case, which means that Influences, ns advertised. STANKOUD, KV., stWYour patronage respectfully solicited. Answer by return mail Go hang the law against "scalping" is unconsti- Of the season, of which she will)have lull control. Delivered Regularly and Punctualso engaged a She yourself. New York Herald. tutional. al! your Doors A. G. L an ham John B. Caslleinan. Second class carriages havo been abol- FIBST-CLAS- S Every morning at tbe following Prices: Appropriate. ished on the Cambrian railways in now refurnished, Hotel, renovated DRESS MATER. in This charge and I intendani conduct toitat to For 100 poundiorover "I think I'll write a book nnd call it Wales. The only classes now run are first 40c per hundred. to my " said Scribuler. but to add For 50 pounds to 100 'A Woman's Dress,' sjc per hundred. Call and eaamlne my stock of Millinery before not only maintain ita high reputation, accommodaand third. The only abolition of the infriends. Special For 10 to jo pounds. buying and leave your order for your dresses. to its long list ol "Why?" queried his friend. joe per hundred. termediate class is becoming general on Thanking you for past favors we solicit same.H tions for commercial travelera and fine roouii.for No less than 10 pounds delivered. "There's so much material in it," said railroads in Great Britain. lh dlspioy of samples. 0 E. 11UEMEH. MARY I)AVIS:UDDKRAR. Scribuler. Harper's Bazar. Twonty new engines nro soon expected 'A.FIrst-Clas- s Saloon on tho Long Island road. They will be LIVERPOOL,. DR. JOS. HAAS ..STANFORD,, l'leuty of Time. Aad BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached JOSEPH COFFKV. She I want aiieahkin sack, George. t used on the main line and the ManhatHog Ho But it's too warm now for seal- tan Beach division. The road at the present time is obliged to "cut corners" stasis, skin. Sho It won't bo by tho time I get it. in order to make tho motive power go MANAGERS,', round. Used Successfully Fifteen Tears. Detroit Free Press. By July 15 the Saranao and Laks At J' h Menefee'a new bilck on Depot street, by Building, Louisvillo Commerce The finest fruit belt of New Mexico. No fall Will arrest disease, preveuta disease, expels Placid road will be completed. Tho lino Wanted a neat. ure in crops under urigation If properly attended worms, stop cough, tucrcyt the flesh aud hasten Agents throughout the South, to. All fruits grown in California can bo grown maturity. Ambitious Youth-- If I had $1,000,000, will bo 10 miles long and will extend W. RAMSEY, 1'neea: Ja.jo, Ji.aj and 50 cent per package; In New Maslco, eacept oranges and lemons. from a point on the Adirondack and St. I know what I would do. can in jo The largest packages are Land from $is to $30 per aero on 10 years' tune, at cheapest. 1'or sale by to Who will at all times be tad to accommodate all 6 per cent. Call on or addreta, Tired Yosth-I had $1,000,000, I Lawrence to Saranao lake, thence A. R. PENNY, R.C. MORGAN, D.D S., . TRXBBLS, Loc&l A&ont, would not doIf anything, New Yorlr Lake Placid. It will bo a new lino for with good ngs at reason able ralet. My bus will W. 97 sunlord, Ky, Stanford, Ky. aS meet all rv. v. sraiua. STANFORD, KY. tourists to the Adirondack mooaUina. Press. exA lady from A cream of tarter baking pow- perience in a Buffalo had quite as She large Berlin hotel. der. Higest of all in leavening was a brave littlo woman "doing" the Latest United States continent alono wittt her two children, strength. without being able to speak a word of Government Food Report. any language except United States. One ROYAIBAKING POWDER 00., night, having retired early with tho lit103 Wall St., New York. tlo ones, sho was suddenly awakened by a peculiar noise, which she soon became A. S. convinced was caused by eomo one try SURGEON DENTIST. ing to open tno uoor oetween her room and the one adjoining. Sho "wasn't a Office ever McRobeits Drug Store in the new bit scared," but got up quickly, turned Owsley Building. on tho electric light nnd rang the bell, Stanford which resounded through the whole house. The sound at tho door ceased suddenly, and after n slight delay a "Dutchman," as she called him, appeared to answer the boll. LOGAN AVENUE, "Speak English?" (tho usual question.) "I shpeaks heem a leetle," was the re: : ply. "There is somo ono in tho next room AtwayVsclts goods lower than any one else in town. New slock of Fruits every Friday. trying to open my door," excitedly. "No, he is out," positively. "But there is somo ono there a robber, a burglar. Don't you understand?" "Ho is oudt! Ho vill bo een at halluf a I will open on January i4th, 189, Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ot past zwelf." Jersey milk to the people of Mantord and "2so, a robber! a burglar a thief a at the lollowitig prices, delivered: thief, I tell you a thief in tho next i 10 cents Fresh Milk, per gallon.. room!" .10 cents Skimmed Mill, por gallon.. "Veil," meditatively, "I do not t'ink 8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon he ees a t'ief, but ho ees oudt. Ho vill I will make two trips dally. The patronage ot the be een nt halluf past zwelf, and I vill G. A. PEV ION, public is solicited. Stanford, Ky tell yr. heem zat you want to sec heem." Exchauge. Pure Emma Vndera has replaced Larinlti Shannon in tho company of Frauk Hen- nig. Sam Collins, who has been playing in "Tho Black Crook," has joined "Tho Islo of Champagne." Mme. Cottrelly has been engaged by Manager John U. Russell as n member of Russell's Comedians next season. Dr. George W. Purdy, Fanny Rice's husband nnd manager, sailed for Europe recently in search of a new play for his wifo. Actors aro very particular about their names. Henry Miner will not see any one who calls for Harry Miner, and Thomas The celtinff it dou is had enough with the or- Q. Seabrooko la very fond of his Q. dirary pill; hut the halng it down is worse. Andafter all the dliturbance, there's only a little ternJoseph Grismer nnd wifo (Phuebo good r rom nrginntng to end, nr. fierce s will summer in San Francisco. forary arc belter They're the mallest and easigranules est totake-tlnTheir next season's tour with "Tho New child l ready lor. Then they do their ttat any work so South," however, will probably be opeued easily and so naturally that It lata They absolutely and permanently cure Constipation, IndU in tho cast, grtion, llilrnus Attacks, Sick and Bilious HeadHenry Irving and his company will aches and all derangcroenta of the I.tw-r- noinschThey're sail for America on Aug. 15. Their fares and Bowels money is guaranteed t gite satlttacteiurneo lion or your from London to San Francisco, where Sage's Catarrh Remedy ssy' of they will open their American tour, The makers curelryour Catarrh, no matter what "If we can't amount to over $11,000. ) our case is, we'll pay sou J$oo in cash." Now you can see what is said of other remedies ami de Marcus R. Mayer has sailed for cide which Is most likely to cure jou. Costs onl) and will be absent about two 50 cent months. He is going to engage artists a prominent plisiclan of Dr Davis for tho Patti company and will visit Lewis,M J county, is Iowa, and has been acthely Cast s Mmo. Patti at castle. engagnl In the practice of medicine at that pUce of May, while for the past 3S )ears Tho name of Hoyt's now play Is "Tho in lts Molnit en route OnthesJth he was sud to Chicago, ol dlarrbira. Having Milk Whito Flag." Thoro is nothing in denl) taken with an attack and Diarrhoea the titlo to indicate tho subject matter sold Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera knowing its re Remedy for the past 17 )ears, and of tho play, but Mr. Hoyt has his reasons liability, he tirocurd a tjcent bott e,tu doses cl him. The which completely for bestowing this title upon his work. and change ol watercutnl diet incident excltencnt to traveland should T. Henry French says that ho ox' ing oftena produce ofa diarrhoea Kve rv oneleaving procure bottle this remedy before pended nearly $30,000 on "Tho Prodigal home. Korsaleby W II. Mckoberts, Druggist, Daughter," nnd tho amount required Stanford. every week to run tho stago will bo Ouclclln'B Arnica Salvo. about ft ,000. Tho manager hopes to get The best salve la the world tor cuts, brunts Call and sec them all of his money back and more besides, tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- for sale cheap. crup ped all chilblains, of course. Ho lias decidod to keep the tisnshands,positively curescorns and no skin requir pay piles, or and drama on tho stage of tho American ed, it is guaranteed to Kiv pericci saim iin theater, New York, during the summer. or money refunded I'rice 15 cents psr w Kor sale by A R. Penny, Sunlord, Ky. er Da-vie- s) -- World's Fair Excursion. The C, H. A 1. will allow at Cincinnati on all tickets reading that way. On all regular World's Fair tick- J. M. HUBBARD, A. M President. eta from tho South or Southern Ohio attd reading via Cincinnati ami the U., H. AD. to Chicago, a stop over will be allowed within the life ot the ticket, and priv- Full corps of Conservatory anj Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, passengers can apcuretho stop-ovilege by depositing the tickets with tho An. Kacrllent boarding department Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. Merchants nnd Manufacturers' Association at Cincinnati. For rates, folders MEN'S AND UOY'S and and full information regarding the world's trip, including special inducements ollercd by the citizens of Cincinnati for Btop over in tho Queen City, ad dress any 0., H, D. agent, or E O. G. P. nnd T. A. World's Fair Route. 200 W. Mi slreet, Cincinnati, O. Btop-over- s Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January 24th, 1893. Music aad CLOTHjNGI New Stock. New Styles, H. J. McROBERTS. .JUST IN. y, sugar-coate- d , Eu-rop- o BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, THX BEST MADS. Craig-y-No- WATER : COOLERS, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. before buying, Every thing in the grocery line 'S FARMS & HARDIN. j N.MKNXriB TURF TOPICS. Guaranteed Cure. fflHto C. PRICE, We autliorut our advertised druggist to sell you Nelson, 2:10, and Directum, 2:14, aro Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, A. C. SINS Coughs and Colds, about tho only present first class stal- are illiicted with a upon this condition If ou Cough, Cold or any I.ung, lions that will do much racing this sea- 'I hroal or Cliest Trouble andwill use this remedy accordihg to directions, giving it a fair trial and son. espennce no benefit, jou may return the bottle could not A bill is now beforo tho Michigan leg and have jour money relunded We Dr Kings we not know that islature providing for tho licensing and make this offer vifcoulddidhe relied upon. It never New Discover free at Tiial registering of stallions. Tho license is disappoints t.argc bottles and $l. A. R Penny s sue joe drugstore to bo & MENEFEE, SINE Proprictora or Tlic Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. j . POWELL, Stanford, Kentucky, W Carry a JTull Ziin of Builders' Supplies. m First-Cla- ss How-lan- d 1 Wall A. Paper ! 91-- 1 R. PENNY. Salt-iheu- Swell-iuk- s, nuy-bod- B. Mo WlEiAMElMo bloi-601H- THE RILEY HOUSE forget-ineno- ts Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, I ..,, -- F. NORTH, BAN MS THE JEWELER, IIKII ITow Butoh.or Sh.op. PENNY Dentist. Meats. Watches, Clocks poit-ofTic- e The People ot Stanford Largest Lincoln Circuit Court. 11 Jewelry XTew Millinory. ALL THE NOVELTIES THE 60FFEY HOUSE noth-n- g JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. 11 t ROYAL OF insurance Company, BARBEE&CASTLEMAN imi 1 mmm 37-- tl & Poultry Remedy Th. FoosValley. J. Pro'r., Milul a., ,io. Mg