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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893061301 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. : J r Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXI. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. lt Very few know there will be no court June 12 and n very largo crowd will be here. John Robinson's show will be with ua on Tuesday and one of the bluest crowds in years will be hero. A house occupied by pome lewd women on the Whitley road was burned Sunday during their absence, probably by some indignant citUeu. "Uncle" Klly Godsy, an aged nnd respected citizen of the lUccoon neigh borhood. died Thursday evening. AIho the widow Reynolds, of the J'iney Woods district, died the same day. There will be no circuit court here Iu June. The present legislative body Hied Judge Clark's diatrictnud the times for holding court, but not having any thing else to do, has declared the dates null and void. Tho next term of circuit court hero will be a special one and the dale is Oxed for July 13. There has been considerable inter-emadifested as to who shall bo school tustops here. The preuent trustees fail ed to advertise or hold an election. Several parties wanted to tench, but objections came up from different parties to all of thuni. A petition to appoint certain persons trustees has been circulated and Count; Superintendent Weaver will probably appoint them. Tbuy will at tempt to have the Presbyterian Synod lake control of the common reboot at laurel Seminary. There are nearly 300 chlllren in this school district and the amount of money paid to us by the State cir-ca- Interior Journal. STANFORD, STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE. Comes KYM TUESDAY. JUNE 13. 1893. DANVILLE. NO. 30 " st is about $S00. CHA1 ORCHARD. In my letter written on the memorial exercises held here the word "Federal" was used instead of "Confederate." The mistake was yours, or mine, but please correct it, as my personal safety depends on this correction. A protracted meeting began Saturday night at the Christian church, conducted by Bros. Powell, Frank and all young divines, but the meeting promises to be one of great interest; we hope will tx) one of much beuetlt. Mr. Powell preached able sermons Saturday night and Sunday. The meeting will extend through this Meek. The Misses Henry, of Lancaster, are visiting Miss Maud Pettns. Mr. Scott Karris spent Sunday with his family. MIm Lorena Hardin has been quite oil k but in better at this writing. Mis Joaie Stephens Is visiting relatives in Stanford this week. Mr. Ivan Fish was in our town Sunday. Minn Mollie Brooks went to Ixmiflviltu to visit friernU this week. Bri-ne- y, HORSE TALK. Domino won the Eclipse staken, Oobitis and Declare were worth 17,000second nnd third. Pittance six furlongs; time 1:12J. trot l.ong Time broke the ting record at Overland Park, Denver, Op!., by going the distance in 10:OS. The former record was 10.5.1. Mascot's mile in 'J. OH J at Punlico Driving Park. June 1, lowered the track record three seconds and wns the fastest public mile paced this year. . The .Northwestern Trotting Circuit has established a Derby day for each point in the circuit, the fe.it lire being a trotting dash, with n purse ol - eix-mi- le two-mil- J1.000. in training in There is a 4 year-olthe East whose dam is tho great Martha Wilkes, 2.03, and who is hired by Charlie Wilkes, .VJl. He ought to makes great race horse. Au experienced horsemau suggests that those who ate troubled with warts on horses or cattle will tlnd castor oil a thorough and complete remedy. Simply rub the wart with tho oil now and again till it dies away. Charles Marvin does not look for a great breaking of tho trotting records this year. Ho thinks the pneumatic sulky was drawn about as fast duriug tho first season of Its use as it is likely to be for hoido lime. Kd Geers says when h man has a horse that can trot in 2:30 and no faster, in 2:111, he repeats him iu bis work-outor a shade faster. Every one says be is doing the proper thing, but when u man has a horse that has to go in 2: 10 In races and a trainer starts repeating in 2:12 or 2:13, the rail birds twitter and call him a horse killer. Still a horse cannot go a race of heats without that stilT work. d s WsrM't Fair Excursions. s The C, II. & D- - will allow at Cincinnati on all tickets reading that way. On all regular World'a Fair tickets from the South or Southern Ohio and rending via Cincinnati and the 0., H. &D. to Chicago, a stop over will be allowed within the life of the tickot, and ... n.n aiutnnktliii gtnn.nunmrln. lege by depositing the tickets with the Merchants and Manufacturers' Association at Cincinnati. For rules, folders and and full information regarding the world'a trip. Including special inducements offered by the citizens of Cincinr In the Queen City, adnati for nny 0., H, & D. agent, or E.G. dress G. P. and T. A. World's tair Route. 200 W. 4th street, Cincinnati, 0. stop-overatop-ove- Collectors Scott and Feland tendered their resignation. have Postmaster Van Pelt went to Frankand other offerings which were almost Close. sufficient to hide her from the view of fort Monday morning as a witness in the 18 OVER THE The 22d annual commencement of thoaudionce. A vocal trio, "Stars of u. a. court. Mr. George Singerly, of PhiladelStanford Female College was witnessed the Night Shine O'er Us," was given phia, former owner of Prince iWilkes, by 000 people who crowded into Wal- with beauty nnd animation by Misses ton's Opera House Friday evening to Holmec, Moreland and Straub and then was the guest ef H. C. and J. T. Mock. hee the finishing touches placed upon it Miss Laura Reed MacAnally was pre- Sunday. Rev. G. A. Vantrusenburg, The exercises were both pleasant and sented. Her subject was "Poetry-Drama- tic" of and aho handled it witli no Louisville, is the successor of father A. profitable and proved a fitting finale to one of the most successful sessions In apprenticed hand. It was well written J. Brady as rector of tho Catholic and well read and the showers of flowers church here. thu history of the Institution. The preparatory department of Cen-tr- e It has always been customary to h- - that enveloped her and the hearty apCollege. Prof. J. B. Walton, fnrini gin tho commencement exercises with plause evidenced that her effort was a concert and this was done on Thurs- highly appreciated. Miss Jennie Pink-ne- y pal, closed Thursday, when a number of Summers was tho last to bo intro- - prizes were awarded. day evening, when the largest crowd Jim Henry Gaines settled bin four duced, when she came forward and very that ever assembled in the building on a gracefully and sweetly read her essay whisky cases in the police court Satur- similar occasion was present. Prof. Hubbard is such nn honest man that he entitled "Poetry A Poem." It was in uay uy conlessing to 50 and costs in FROM insisted on giving thu peoplo their verse and of such an excellent nature as two cases and by paying the costs in tho as to create the impression that she is a two remainiug cases. LOUISVILLE 0B CINCINNATI. Total amount money'H worth, consequently none could grumble about the qi'a.ntitv and born poetess. Its thoughts were of a 1115 00. DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE W. L. Caldwell was elected Judge of norm will confess himself so fit for high order and its metre remarkable. meiuots the Boyle county court by the magistreasons, stratagems and spoils as to She too was rewnrifoil uln, au.u ... .v,v c.ni. Pullman Vestibule Sletplfij ana Bafftt Pa tor Cars. trates Monday morning, eight oftherxi whisper aught against the opalitv of wealth of floral offerings as must have Only Route Through the Indiana being present. It is understood that the concord of sweet sounds presented. made her heart glad. Miss MacAnnllv Natural Gas Belt. me program took four solid hours again demonstrated how carefully her Mr. Caldwell received S votes and Mr. for itH rendition and it was next day be- talent for music had been cultivated in VanMcter 3. THROUGH TICKETS TM$t UNC ANO THEIR CONNECTIONS CAN BE UCUftU Tho second game between the fore many of the audience got back to 'Tolonnise A Major" and "Valse Ims AT THE PRINCIPAL TICKET OfflCEl OF of Louisville and the Danville, .SOUTHERN RAIlWAt. promptu" and then President J. M their homes. For ifEcui information in regard to ratm and piayeu Saturday, was won bv th firr It would be absolutely impossible, Hubbard arose and after an address to 0CSIIIC0 DETAIL CONCERWNO THU in ferson unless we had a paper as large as the re- each young lady highly complimenting named, score? to 0. The batterv for & TELEGRAM .OTMWY WL SERVICE,TO CITHER AFptrTHE FCUOWINOor or itrrtR on OF .VI PlaWfaVlllI f.l her for faithfulness in study "and per the Deppins waa Davis and Shreve; for VJ cent edition of tho New York i r.ikw. m aflTt .m'ubbwiibi law .n I. H. tlClT. SontWn Pm'r IrenL - liSirrmr rrrt iii 4a r World, to say all the good things we fectness in recitations and deportment, the Dauvilles Conover and Jones. &Z$2i GBO. R. nOHPSOH. 8. 1. Pm'r ijtat, UXIJOTOS. IT. Aunt Jennie Thompsan, a colored might about each individual performer, delivered to them their diplomas. He - rw iiJ.A,vironm) all of whom showed remarkable skill as then read the following list of young woman who last belonged to Nelson ladies who had not broken a single rule Thompson, of Liucoln county, who rewell as careful training. The program moved to Missouri in 1S5G, died SaturIwgan with a children's chorus entitled of the College during the terra: Katie Beasley, Sue Whitley Murphy, day night aged about 100 years, proba"Thu Jolly Little Waiters," which was both amusing and entertaining, thanks Virginia Warren, Lizzie Jones, Laura bly a little over that age. She had been blind and very feeble for several yearg. to the patience and perseveronce of Miss Powell, Linda Tucker, Eliza Porter, J. M. HUBBAKD, A. M., President. Mrs. Mollie Webb Simpson, wife of Alcorn, Nellie Mershon, Grace Roch Katy Worley, theiraccompllshed teacher. Walter C. Simpson, died Saturday escer. Among the instrumental performers, These broke only one: and they all did remarkably well, were Beatrice morning of puerperal fever. She sur1893. Misses Jennie Summers. LIccle Lvnn. Mattlngly, Annie Bell Woods, Viola vived her infant less than a week. Mrs. Fullcorpt of Couiervitnry nj Normal School teacher., superior course in literature, Anna Straub, Annie Belle Woods, Anule Vanov, Nellie Murphy, Lucile Cooper, Simpson was a daughter of the late An. Excellent boarding depirtment Catalogue and circulars furnished on aDDllcation. Music aod Joseph Webb, a local Methodist preach-er- , Lola Burks, Lena Bruce, Mary Bruco. Pence, Mary Pence, Mary Mattlngly, well remembered by our older citiOnly two demerits were marked Leila Allen, Ada Shelton, Beatrice MEN'S AND BOY'S against theseStella Ballou. flora zens. Her husband and a son seven Eva Lammers, Pattie Alcorn, Bess Woods, Janle Wearen, Virginia Jones, Lelbi Clay Allen, Erne Burks, years old survive her. The funeral Bowman, Josephine Roid, Lula Mcne- - Vessio Anderson, Isabella Bailey, Bruce took place Sunday evening at 3 o'clock. Jeff, Nath, Hardin and Jim Bolden, fee, Nora Moreland, Eva Sieger, Linda Wearen, Roberta Bright, Clara Mershon. Ihe prolessor took occasion to return house painters, rode into Shelby City Tucker. Hettie Wearen, Laura 'MacAn-ally- , hiB thanks to the audience and to say Sunday evening for the purpose of Sue Woods and Msry Bruce. George The vocal soloists were Misses Vir that the 5th year of his principalship of whipping their brother-in-laginla Bowman, who sang "Oh Promice the College had proved far the most Hurst, a blind man. Not finding him me" very sweetly; Nora Moreland, who prosperous of all and that he feltr..ired at home they left, 'coming back again added much to the reputation she Is that the next session would be even about 8 i m , drunker than when timmaking as a vocalist in "Gayly Chant more so, for he would spare no effort to eline first. They were so noisv a nartv of citizens tried to arrest them, but they the Summer Birds" and "Bobolink," that end. The exercises closed with Reinecke's prone through the line and escaped to and Alice Holmes, who is always charming in song, was oven more ho than charming operetta, "Good Luck and Lincoln county. The Danville public school closed over iu "Oh, Whence Comes the Long- Bad Luck," in which Misses Alice ing." Each performer reflected credit Holmes, Jennie Summers, Nora More-lan- Friday after an unusually satisfactory Essie Burch, Flora Ballou, Victo- term to teachers, pupils and nnrnntfl. on her teacher, Miss Gertrude Carroll Howard, who has, in the three years she ria Bishop, Cora Jones, Eva Steger and The average attendance has been over has filled the position in this College, many others took part. The Btago dec- 1(0 although a considerably greater orations aud settings were .made under number was eurolled. Tho cold mud. proved herself a most capable and direction of Mies Louis Tipton, which al offered by Mr. H. Carirtright for good instructor in the art to which she is equivalent to saying that they were oenavior was won by Edith Walker aud is so devotedly attached. The recitations were und.'r the direc- most artistic. Miss Tipton tsthoiough-l- y was decided by lot, Nora Horton,, W. proficient and never fails to make a Craig ami Mary Geary contesting nnd ll tion of Miss Olivia W. Summers and her The first day of June was the day on which we began the success of anything she attempts as tho standing alike as to behavior. pupils showed tho impress of her rhnr. Tim ?:, drilling and other evolutions of her g j'd piece offered by Mr. S. V. Rowlaud ouch instruction. Misses Esl linrr-i,- . Sirah Baiighman, Mary VatiArmlalo, clubs attested. Tlio orchestral 'accom- for regular attendance was disposed of Lucile Ansley. Flora Ballon. Jennie paniment, arranged ng piano duet, was iu tho same way and went to Rena Summers, Ethyl Beazley, Ella May given by Misses Howard and MacAnally Linney. Jennie Powell. Briscoe Powell. Saunders and Lula Menefeoeach evinced and to tho former, especially, is duo Etlie Powell. Dick Dunn, Wolford Davis, elocutionary talent and did honor to much of the credit for tho most success- Flem Jennings, Moses Reuben. Ottie. or ful rendition of tho little opera, which Bell, Jennie Fox, Ella Fox, Mary Hoo their excellent teacher. The concert cloned with "Gipsy Pic- was greatly enjoyed. It waa 11 o'clock ver, Lena Bell, H.'Silliman and Ada Hall, together with tho winner did not n tures" in which Misses Essie Burch ap- when it was concluded and as the shut from view the pretty perform- miss a single day during the term. The peared as u 'Flower Girl," Floia Ballon $3 in gold offered by J. W. Yerkes for as an "Old Hag," Victoria Bishop as a ers it also went down ou tho final of a session which will live loug in tho the best nil around pupil, was given to "Young Man," Roberta Bright "Shep . Thoso equally entitled to hordes," Louis i Rochester ".College memories of all who took part or wero Mary Gear-Girl," Isabella Bailey Artist; Eliza Por- interested in it. We hope that the it, had any one of them drawn tho shoit ter "Widow," Bottle Rochester "Span- next will prove as successful and that straw, were Edith Walker. Fairv Wil. The low prices at which we propose to sell the above mentioned arthe new faculty will give as complete hite and W. Craig. ish Lady," Alice Holmes "Prima Don satisfaction as the one wo now bid a re- ticles we call moving and you will decide with us when you find how na;" Pattie Alcorn "House Maid." Laura CHURCH AFFAIRS. MacAnally "Dancing Girl;" Virgio White gretful adieu, with tho hope that heav -- The new Southern Presbyterian "TenuiB Girl;" Alice Baiighman "Sport en a richest blessings will ever attend Theological Seminary will open Octoing Girl;" Emily Alexander the "Swhvs one and all. ber 2d. Girl;" Mamie Carter "Cook;" Nora D. Aitlkman will make his 20th visThe Christian church at GeorgeMoreland "Flower Girl," Veesie Ander- it to our city Tuesday, Juno 20. During town is arranging to build a $25,000 We sell these goods. No man in Lincoln county carries as fine troods son "The Milk Maid;" Lolia Clay Allen the time tho doctor has been visiting house of worship. and as elegant styles in Clothing as we. Come at once and secure "Angel," Callie Horton "German Girl;" our place he has treated hundreds of our Kev. V. A. Slaymaker preached a Cora Jones "The Bride." a bargain. During tho citizens and has made a record for him tine discourse at the Bantist ohnrch rendition of this piece creditable recita-tion- s self that will always insure him a large Sunday niht to a large concreRation. were given by Misses Essie Burch, practice in this and ailjoiuing counties. The next service will be at the Maggie Bright, Cora Jones, Roberta Thero are many who avail themsolves of Methodist union church by Hov. A. V. Bright, Laura MacAnally, Emily Alex- every opportunity -- TO THE to speak words of ander and Nora Moreland. Misses Bish- praise for the doctor The Archbishop of Canterbury t1 and tho good he is op aud Jones gave a vocal duet, "The doing. Ho has proven himself an able ceivea a salary of of $75,000 a year. Next Gypsy Countess," and "The Stars, the physician in his specialties and an up- to the Queen he occupies tho position of Night Adorning," sung by MiWs More-lan- d, right, honorable gentleman. People the head of the church. The ArchbishWe cali your attention to the Late Improved Holmes and Straub ended the en- needing the services a skilled specialist op of York and the Bishop of London tertainment which will be memorable will do well to consult Dr. Apple-man- . receive 150,000 each; the Bishop of Duras well for its beauty as its length. ham receives f ,'5,000 and the Bishop of The weather was all that could be deNear Cimarran, Kansas, a party of Winchester nearly as much, and other sired again Friday evening, being clear live bandits held up a train and went salaries of the Episcopal body rapje and pleasant, amiling aa it were a peaceinto the express messenger's car and from $10,000- - to 125,000. ful benediction on the occasion. ShortKev. J. O. iust preached the dedily after 8 o'clock the curtain roae on tho tried to play a like gamn on him. He catory aermon of Little River church was ordered to unlock the safe, but sweet girl graduates, who proved that stoutly refused. They then fired a shot in Christian county Sunday. The pas beauty unadorned is adorned the mbst. nf into hia side and still he refused to tor Kev. A. V. Meaeham. Their gowns were of muslin, as white as either unlock or give the combination. Editor O. M. Meacham. is 75 veara o'df their own pure aouls and as thev sat. Finding that the plucky messenger has been a preacher 55 years and has ready to step across the threahold from could not be moved they (blew the safe been pastor of Little River church 34 girlhood to womanhood, they formed a open and took therefrom 2.000 and years. Hia church, organized in 1811, picture as Interesting as it was lovlv. skipped. has sent out 5 other flourishing church-e- . After the diyine blessing had been inHe has married 750 couples, has Mrs. Cleveland's tastes'In Jjewelry are preached 800 funeral And would say to you never buy without first examining it. We asvoked by Rev. W. A. Slavmaker. Misses discourses and d MacAnally, Summers, Holmes and very simple. Although she owns a 4,135 persons. sure you that it is the simplest, most durable and the lightest draft Woods rendered very skillfully ho diffi- number of rings, Bhe rarely wears any machine on the market and less liable to get out of order. Call and Mary Levivsli, a newly arrived cult "Ouverturo to Der Frelscheufz" except her wedding-rinA favorite or it. It is represented at Crab Orchard by W. A. Carson, at Stanford jumped from the window of a nament nn dressjoccasions is a beautiand then Miss Susan Baughman was by D. B. Stagg, at McKinncy by Alford & McKinney, at Kings-vill- e passenger train running at a high rate, The subject of her essay was ful diamond star, which was one of her by W. L. McCarty and at Hustonville by John Riffe. near i'hiladelphla, to secure her hat, "Poetry-Epi- c." Its composition . wedding gifts. which had blown off. It is useleea to quired mueh research as well aa careful add that Misa Levivsli'a sojourn in Edward V. Thompson, worth thought and it waa aa charmingly read died in Jefferson county. America was very limited, Kept by each agent. Don't fail to see the Buckeye Machines. A Prosperous Session to a Brilliant as it was admirably constructed. That It was enjoyed Was shown by the floral Tbe World's Fair Route from toe South Pennsylvania SHORT LINES 'A - VIA Dep-pln- ANV FIRST-CLAS- S I 100-pag- e A a ;i. " w 1 v bbbbbhi aaaw . "- w- Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 5th So-d- ie Mat-tinsl- y, - w, CL0THINGI New Stock d. New Styles, H. J. McROBERTS. pains-Hkin- Cash Slaughter Sale, -- cur-tBi- Dry Goods, Clothing s Ladies' Slippers. i 1 Ridiculously Low j STEPHENS & KNOX. A Size-mor- e. Farmers of Lincoln Co. fthr New Buckeye Machines, OF BBPAIRS .iij..i bap-tize- Po-land- g. er. .AXjID KZI1T3DS n- - ' r WM 'fj?- - ' fypri PTjsjTr-- . IN FASHION'S REALM. THE TALL GIRL HAS A BOON BREED A ONE PURPOSE HORSE. Clioote Your Nothing CHEAP SHEEP DIP. Mr. T. E. C. Brinly Hit the fullowinE toray ftbeut llio Kloctrcrolie ml bow It curea at Irr-c- lf ecl ol L GrirTe. Ortice llrinly, Hlluft Haply Co, I.oultville, Jan 30, i&j t. Fair Of nil White nllcullnx the Mcin'M a attacked with Mete tome months ko, I pain in my im and tgf, Iho eflectf of Rilppe of SOME DOSS HOGS. lut winter. I l.iet your ascnt their, Mr. Jlatlett, 1 uh Tho rnmrltea. nil loun rohuiil-Cliln.- 't uiul who it an old frlind.and he loilud that the Klectropoiieat hit otllce, which I did with ii .Ni'i York Chethlie. woiidftlul teiultt. In a thorttltne the ptipt icit The first illustration is copied from me nnd I concluded to rent a 'i'ole. Wlieii my Tho Rural New Yorker. It shows a rental and would not time had expired I hough! Cheshire sow from a well known New part with it lor any coiitidtratlon. it, It it certainly York herd. A Rmal correspondent vis- - a wondcrlul treatment, and It in more wonderful a lohow It doe In nrk, yet it dw-- i think the duty of every man to make known to the r alHIcted any thing thai'will leof '. Irr.ifit to them, and the I'.lrctropoiM crrtjlnly wilt. Very HetpectfiiltY, T. K. C. II R INLY. Mr. Ilrintey ionc of the oldtM and Lett known plow manufacturer in the country. The ! idie 1 cured hy the Klrclropolre are nit confined to any particular claM of ailment. Ily Ita me oxycen it aLtorbed through JtheJ porrt and membrane, addt ilrenglh rnd vigor to the entire nirsiuitK bow. hod the owner, Mr. Coe, and interviewed tttem, and will cure any dltrme where there it him. The correspondent snys ho has yet 'llalitT ttrlulld on aud a cure la poitllde. We In to see a man who owned a full blood vile all to call or write and get lutl particular Not ton JtUa, PI HOIS Cheshire who hnd anything but praise N'orthwcrt A WKIIH, Koom and JtfTrrrun Strtclt changes havo Iki-i- i lmittllle, iiiritcr for the breed. Some Ky IN DOUBLE SKIRT. rartlrulnr Klnil of Ilomonixt Mich tolllm. THE What aro the lessons to bo drawn ' from recent sales ns applied to our homo ......,. I Style Suitable For nllrhle or n Young I.Ar1y. Suits For Traveling Newest Things In Summer Suits Iretty Dancing Ilrcss For a Young tady. Copyright, 1KO, by American Press .Associa tion.! -- A TRAVELING wtp f niln v for n Intly In mado j)M pljf M jtH lip!. I elmiH) or n loooe sack, or it can be made liko n dress in form and belted in with the .fi, n ulster M skirt left ojen nt 1 I VilVifi V n lUnii WHUUl III t'VI VJ hi would be very suitable for n trido or for a yonug lady. With it there is a shoulder cajo made of wid and full bias falls of the material, bound, as is the rest, with inch wide tailor braid. The front of the waist to the long coat fastens with a double row of round dull silver buttons. Such a coat should not reach quite to the bottom of the dress, as it is for a dressy traveling wrap. The material of which these novel long coats are made is usually broadcloth in one of the lightest shades, such as biscuit, tan, clay or dull blue in light shade, and tho finish is the neatest and smoothest possible to givo it. The skirt is cut like an umbrella skirt, with no seam but one in tho back, and tho fullness gathered on the belt. The sleeves aro large gigot, which aro slightly stiffened at tho top to give the cape tho right hang. For traveling, where a soft hat is not admissible, a atin braid straw with a brim that turns up in such a way as to permit of laying the head back against tho seat is a necessity, and there aro many such hats. They aro not exactly turbans, but almost, and they are flexThey ible and almost noncrushuble. can be had to match 'almost any of the traveling cotnme colors and require ribbon trimmings, though feathers are admissible, but if one travels by tho sea one grows striugy in an hour. ?v fiT a stylo frout 'n a uian ner which will show the dress beneath. This is that -G& .w . -- J -i uiiu ia mm. interests. miiw uiumi jiun-mmany men havo been breedin g types of animals that aro not suited for either tho track or road, and surely not for breeding puriocs. Many of theso men liftvo carelessly bred, hoping to get a chanw racer, and failing in that expected to get a roadster. Such haphazard brewing does not jwy and should never pay. Thero is no chanco whatever of such a breeder ever being able to compcto in supplying either tho fleld for racers or for roadsters. We do not caro to bo misconstrued and quoted as authority that tho trotter is not suited for n roadster. On tho contrary, wo do believo that tho breeder who intelligently tries to produco great campaigners and racers will find n large proportion of his animals to bo great roadsters, although not tip to tho standard of racers. But remember such men nro thoso that are breeding for trotters and not trying to breed sowral different things nt the same time. Wo are nil agreed that the size, icrfect conformation and speed nro social requisites desired in tho nicer, and tho same things mako a good roadster when tho speed ability fails Jo reach the racing requirement. Many racing breeders in shaking of size in tho trotter sneeringly state that "they go in all shales nnd sizes." This is true, but all of us admit that size is desirable when it does not carry with it awkwardness and too much height or weight. This is an important quality iu the trotting ranks and Btill more necessary wheu tntters aro thrown into the road clases. We believe the trotter the greatest road horse America has produced, but to fill the bill they must have sizo and at tractive appearance, with stylo in thoir movements. Tho man who undertakes to breed jwnies had lest start with ponies, as it is much cheaper than to try and push trotting units off on tho public for ionies. Wo believe a man can breed for a particular type of lyiiitittl and succeed beat. If for trotters that can race, then keep that clearly lx'foro you all the time. If your specialty is for roadsters, let that be tho goal to which all your efforts are directed. If for plow horses or ponies, breed what is suited for that purpose. Many of the animals produced under such inteAigent brewing would lie suited for other purposes. It is tho man who is breeding mares that ho knows aro not suited for raising trotters to thpy havo trotting sires, simply no trotting blood in their veins, that we are striking out of business. He does not think for a moment what ho is trying to produce, and generally "raises a nondescript that is unsuited for any special purpose. Examine closely your material before trying to produce anything from it, and if uusuited to your purpose sell it, regardless of original cost, and start right. Horseman. . ... ..,. I !. HE WAS THE MAN. The Story of a llultlmore Drummer unit an Innocent Chap. Tho Baltimoro nnd Ohio southwestern train was pulling west from Belpre, on the Ohio, when tho Baltimoro drummer noticed an innocent looking chap iu the next seat just stowing away tho frag' iiieuts of a plentiful lunch in a paper bag ready for tho next meal. Nudging hit companion, ho started in to havo a bit ol fun with tho greenhorn. "Pretty rough country down this way, ain't it, sir: ho asked politely of the mild eyed lunch taker. "Yes; West Virginity's got her tips and downs." was tho quiet reply. "Like Mary nnd her lamb, eh?" quizzed tho drummer, grinning. "Which?" "Mary nnd her lamb, y'know everywhere that Mary went tho lamb wai sure to go. That's tho way with West Virginia and her hills. Why, they tell mo that the hills nro us steep as tho side of a mansard roof." "Yes, I guess that's right," placidly assented tho Virginian. ""And n fellow wtm telling mo yesterday that yon couldn't pasturo a billy-goa- t on those hills without tying him on with a string." pursued tho tourist, slyly at his companion. "Yes, I guess that's right," was the unmoved reply. "And I heard last summer that a man up nbovo Charleston fell off of his farm nnd broke his arm. You don't think that is so, do you?" nnd tho drummer could hardly keep his face straight. 'Think it's so? Why 1 know it's so." "Know it's so?" cried the drummer, taken aback. "How tho" "Why." Ntid tho Virginian calmly, "it was just this way. Thero was something got the matter with tho hoisting tackle of the derrick." "Tho derrick?" gapped the drummer. "Yes, tho derrick ho was plowing with you know you always have to plow those (eriK'ndicular fields with a derrick and so ho was stepping on the elevator." "The elevator?" punted tho drummer. "Yes the elevator that runs up the path to thespringhouse, when ho misled his footing and fell clear across his farm right slap through tho window of the Methodist meeting houso nnd broke hi." arm against the pulpit stairs. And, you see, I hapcu to know all the particular because" He ioo with a grim smile. "lam the feller that fell!" And when the train reached Littlo Hocking that drummer fell off the rear platform in a demoralized condition. Arkan.-aTruth Teller. griu-tiinw Bheet, Caltlu nnd Hogs. I have already shovn by experiment, that kerosene emulsion is a cheap and effectual remedy for tho destruction of lico that infest cnttlo and hogs. During tho just summer I was enabled to test keroscno emulsion ns a sheep dip. It ha been customary each year just aftei to treat tho sheep uioii the farm where I oxjK'riniontod with one ol the standard sheep dips sold upon tlu markot, so tho sheep were very freo from ticks. But as thero can 1h no doubt a to the jK)ver of tho emulsion to kill tin ticks it was thought to bo well worth while to detennino whether or not it ?ould be safely applied to sheep as wel is to cattle and hogs for tho destructioi if parasites. Forty largo full blooded Shropxhiit heepand 18 early lambs were treated The applications were made Juno 2;i, at which time tho wool upon the sheep vn ,i half inch nnd the wool Uon the himl fully 1J inches in length. Theso condi tions mado tho test a severe one, as tin chances of removing tho ilecco or otherwise injuring tho sheep were far greater than if the treatment had been made at sheanng time. Tho cmulsiou was alci mado strong, 8 nr cent of tho wholt being kerosene. This is prokibly fwiti as strong as is necessary to kill ticks on During the treatment n man stood iu the dipping vat with the emulsion nearh waist deep to begin with, nnd ho thor oughly drenched every sheep put into it. On account of tho men being ready tc dip the sheep beforo the einuKion wat prepared, the latter was mado rather toe hurriedly, and it was noticed that a thin layer of freo oil roo to tho top of the emulsion tho fin.t sheep was put in, which with a good emulsion would not have occurred. Tho old sheep were dipped first and the lambs afterward. The result was that three or four of the first sheep put in lost patches of wool from their backs and sides, amounting f in nil, as near as l'rould estimate, to of tho wool of one sheep. Aside from this no hann was done. Tho lambs with fleeces heavy enough to bo sheared lost no wool whatever. The man who stood in the vat to dip the sheep exjiorionced no unpleasant results from having stood in the emulsion for an hour. The actual amount of the dip used in treating theso f3 sheep and lambs was alxnit Nl gallon, tho cost of which was $1.1!. This would bo an av erage of a little ' than 2 cents for each sheep. Had the sheep Ihtii treated at shearing time, mm h less material would have iK'fii umsI. A " per cent emulsion strong enough to would undoubtedly destroy ticks or other parasites upon sheep. Such an emulsion, with kerosene at l.i cents a gallon and soap at 10 cent, a pound, woold cost 87$ cents for 100 gallons. This would mako tho qot o. thoomulsion, when used ns aliove, . cents a This emuMon is effective in destroy-in- s all of the itisects for which dipping isresorU'd to. The scab parasite, tickn, lico rnd urns t all ucctiinb to the destroying jkv cr of tho Kerosene. Tho dip is not a KM'mauent one in th sense that l after dipping and it remains in the prevents the lodgment of insects for all time to come, s is claimed for some of the commercial dips, but this is not necessary where dipping isdoue every our, as it is in all well regulated flocks. observed in usThe precautions to ing the emulsion dip aro to not mako it too stioitg and to see that it is jwrfectly emulsified. If too much kerosene is used, it is likely to take off the wool, aud the lestilt will be the same if the An emulsion emulsion is imjM'rfect. made at tho rato of 2 gallons of kerosene, half a H)und of soap and ti gallon of water, churned together and added to !W or 10 gallons of water after churning, will be strong enough to accomplish all that is desired. Professor U. P. Gillette. one-hal1 3 like tho Kerosene KmuUlon Foi , "ii.' il.1 n) i. sheep. mnde in these popular whito hogs since 1870, Mr. Coo says. Tho nose i.s shorter than it used to Ik.', and the ears are thin nnd erect. Tho Cheshire is the longest hog on record. A young Itonr in Mr. We will Deliver ICE Every Morntoe's possession that weighed ltWjiounds per lb. ing at l-measured I feet from behind his ears to Iu Minlerd and Rowland and ly 50 Hit. toe per the back end of his lmdy, ll and 100 H't. j5C per 100 lb. Wc aietcry The Cheshire Itoar will, it is wild, al- 50 thankful lot pan patron? and rrpectlully Will deliver Item lh. up lt continuance ways reproduce his whito color when M KS. JANK 1IAKKOW .V CO H bred to nny sow whatever. When fattened, tho Cheshire fills up along the POSTED. backbone, makint; it very broad acrost tho back. Mr. Coe said of a Cheshire: "One of my breeding was sold to a Thtt nntice forewarnt humeri, rtihrriurc arl our laiidt without butcher who kept an accurate account ithett not to tirtpatt onbe prote cuted to the full at all tuh will of tho cutting up and sales. Compared lit ttteulul ihc law. hlgned M. t.ACKOWir. with a scrub of tho naiii weight, the 1 I). NhWLANI). Cheshire retailed for $2 more." Some V. It. II A VS. (1. C LYON. of these New York Cheshtres will bo on rKKD IIAl'MANN. exhibition at the World's fair. K L. Willi K. Mil 5 M A. MARTIN. Our second illustration nhows u favorJ I. IIKCK. . hog the This ite western tine fellow is an Iowa prize winner. utoticb;! 2c 1 n, Poland-China- J. II. IIAI GHMAN, HKE AND STORM INSURANCE AGENT Rcpriitnticg.. sln-ep- SlUMIr.l. TRAVELING CLOAK AND GOWN. DOlllLi: SKIRT V i This season has brought a boon to the over tall girl in tho shaiw of the dress with tho double skirt. This is one of tho prettiest and dresriest modes, of making , tip gowns that wo have had. The lower skirt portion can be set on a lining if it is a question of economy in material, and it is better anyhow if the fabric is heavy. Tho lower skirt reaches just to tho knee, and the upjier part falls four inches over it. 1 have seen some of these with the upier skirt out out in Vandykes and waves anil the edges bordered with nilk fringe. Others have a row of which aro very pretty, but require that tho waist shall have- something of the ligaro about it bordeied in the same manner. The prettiest of tho double skirted gowns was one made of 'tenchbluw which is a delicate but strong new fabric something liko crape in apiear-ance.bstronger and more solid, though draping quite as gracefully. This hail a narrow baud of green and silver embroidery two inches wide around both 6kirts and t.vo rows around the neck above tho wido inftle of the material. There were white lace caps to the balloon sleeves and n resada green velvet girdle. The hat was a silver straw with peachblow ribbons and resada green plumes. For a dancing dres for a tall and slender girl, a frock made of white tarlatan with double skirts, each edged with a pinked roe plaiting of the same, is light and elegant in its fresh crispness. A colored silk or white silk slip should be worn beneath it. A dress of pinl: or blue tarlatan or maize color, made up pinked and bias with about --'0 ruffles, set on a self foundation and trimmed with suitable ribbons, makes an airy and lwautiful summer afternoon gown, which is also suitable for a dancing dress if so desired. The summer woolens now shown consist ot line, fancy Scotch plaids for empire suits and aio mado witli extra full bleeves and deep cuffs, and also they are used in the Eton suits that aro so popgre-lotte- s, - fay-ctt- e, National l'ul .Stock uiul Mono SIiou. The Illinois state board of agriculture has appointed a committee on fat stock and horse show, and tho surrounding state boards of agriculture have expressed a willingness to in a national fat stock and horse show and get thoroughly organized for November, IbDl, as probably no show will Iw wanted this year by tho time the World's fair uhow is over, and most of tho breeders' associations will hold their annual meetings during tho World's fnir stock show. A general meeting of state boards of agriculture will bo held during the hor-- o and cattle show in August to organic the national fat otock and horse show to with the Illinois state board of agriculture that has so successfully conducted these shows. Much more liberal piemiums will bo given, besides state prizes to draw out larger state ex hibits and larger attendance from all the stock breeding states thus identified with the management and success of the show, and a deficiency of a few thousand dollars can lxj easily puid by the several state boards, whereas tho Illinois state board alone hasheretoforo liad this deficiency to meet from their own treasury. It is proposed to have each stato board of agriculture appoint their best live stock show managers to this work, and wo will havo a national stock show that all tho states will be proud of a show to advance the improved stock industry and not a money making scheme. Chicago can and will provido the building, but cannot run tho show successfully. Farmers' Institute. te Proud Father Never, child, never! The idea of tho daughter of a rich banker throwing herself away on a poor man. You niut marry wealth or not nt all. Pleadinu' Daughter But, pa, Alphonso is not Mior. other"Not poor? How can he wise? Break off tho engagement without delay." "But he is wealthv very wealthy, pa." "How can a hotel proprietor lw wealthy after such a season as this? I'll warrant he hasn't got '" to his name." "But, pa, he is not a hotel proprietor." "Nonense! lb- - himself admits it. Hete i" his card, 'Alphonso do Blank, Whitecap hotel." "I know, but ho is not the proprietor." "What is he, then?" "Tho head waiter." "Oh. that is different. Bless you, my 1 Alt of which are firil'dtit Cowipanlet. I would Irlcedt in h. pleated to w it u will cer- iciri pioreptly murd. jwill Iniuic thti line. i'ol. year. But the agamit wind tieimt and lightning Lightning claut tainly be among the favorites. This brtssl natlirhed without additional charge wits developed originally largely by the Otiice at I ml National lUnk Stanford. shrewd and kindly Shaker brethren at rnioit Village, Warren county, O. Their favorite breed of porkers bids far to survive tho gentle Shaker sect 1 111 of hogs stiM.ritr to the rest, we shall find it out in this hog raising World' fair Poland-China Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Knjj.; Pennsylvania l'ire, Philadelphia; IXIVVI UltNA no.uL If there are as many as even two breeds Ins. Co. ol North'Amcrica. torna-Jm-- i, it-l- f. : child."-Tit-B- its. rouble Itrextlnc. "Kay, .Iinnuie," aid one small Freeman street boy to his neighbor in a sepulchrally pleading tone, "please don't sling all them old chicken heads over in our front yard." "Why not?" was the cold reply. "Why," said the first, with a suspicious tremble iu his tone, "the pteacher in our church is in the parlor, nnd if he sees them chicken heads he'll stay to dinner sure, and there's only ono pie, and it's got sugar on it too!" Ono touch of naturo mado tho whole world kin, and tho chicken heads were Cincinnati Commercial not thrown. Gazette. 'I Very Nlre. 1 "I notice that you nro looking nt tin l.lw Mock I'ollit. clock," huMiid as thohonr upproached 1. It is mentioned as the greatest praise Yes," she replied, with a yawn. bestowed on a certain fashionable hackHe went over to tho mantelpiece and ney horse that ho is such a thundering examined the clock attentively. high stepper that his knees strike his "It is a very handsome one," ho said neck yoke. Really, i.s not this a littlo as ho resumed his sat. Now York bit too too? Press. In Prussia, France uud Austria cavI'uro Cold. alry and other horses for the unity tire Tho Benuty's Friend I'm so glad to bred iu stables owned by tho govei tnent. Every stallion must pass tho hear you aro to marry Jack Crifsus. It's They severest veterinary examination. nro allowed to servo approved mares belonging to farmers and breeders. If the colts from these mares come up to tho required standard, then tho t'orcroincnt buys them to edicato them for cavalry hurtcs. Green food at this season of tho year keeps off disease and makes young chicks grow rapidly. Spring broilers should bo ready for market in fine shape at 0 weeks to 2 mouths old. Do not forget ubout sowing tho ensilage corn to bo ready to make fino butter in winter. No judge or jury at a fair can decide which is tho lHst beef breed or dairy breed, or which is tho best breed of any kind of animal. That is something tho individual for himself by trial. Tho breed t ,t is best in one locality will often tur t .:. poorly in another. Sorghum fodder contains substantially tho wane amount of nourishment us corn fodder, but the stock likes it better on i account of tin sweet. mu'-t.decid- e really n golden engagement for you. Tho Beauty Exactly so. It's my tieth. Kato Field's Washington. At) fif- Injustice. There is not so much that i.s now in tho silks ns there i3 in tho way they are mado up, and when onowants todescribo tho make tho description would read much tho same, yet there is a difference in that each separate style is !fro than ever accentuated. Tho umbrella skirt allows you to make no mistake, for it is no weak hearted compromise. It is itself out and out. The semiclassical draicd gown is more liko tho old styles than ever, and tho tailor gown is as mannish as it cau be, and tho sweet little ingenue is sweeter and more ingenuous than ever in tho. emblematic purity of her robes, and the severely correct tailor gown is positively rigid, but all aro lovely when the gills get them on. New York. JS V ular. S5 rv fiZZF K llfllp ii . , Henmettf. ROCSSEAtT. tst. lier than that!" Vogue, "Gracious, Gladys, whoo picture this? I never baw pucIi a homely man.'' "It's Tom, but really it doesn't dc him justico." "Oh, of course not! I never iw a picture of a girl's swecthenrt that did." "But, Eleanor, dear, you inisunJer- Btaud me. I mean Tom iilO Union hem- J is - - I.lio Sloek 1'olnU. Fly time is at hand. You add immensely to the horse's comfort by putting a fly net on hint when he is on tho road. A good way to keep th' dies off a horse or ait- - other animal is to wet a sponge in dilate carlKilic acid and waah with it the parts where flies congregate. Insect peoti have as much fondness for Persian jtowdor ami the odor of carbolic acid as satan is said to havo for holy water. Breed sows for September pigs tho last of May or first of June. Tho men who raise really fino cattle for market aro not kicking nliout tho prices they got. Tho fanner who breeds scrub animals and then half starves them is dead sure thero is no money in live 6tock raising. In the hot weather it is best to pasture your noises at night to protect them front the heat nnd Hies. A fine horso is better off m :t rcomy Ixxatall in a comparatively stable during the daytime iu hot weather. If you want cows to come in fresh in February, breed them iu May. A light linen duster iiK)ii a valuable horse in the stable will keep both Hies and dust off him. Large nostrils in horse or mini show good wind. A lady correspondent of Tho Horseman s'triktj some 'vigorous blows at tho increasing practice of making not only fraudulent pedigrees for horses, but also fraudulent racing records. Shu declares it is moro difficult loget judges who will decide fairlv in speed contests than in criminal comts, and she is at least half way right. She particularly objects to the so called races against time, to which only a few favored siiectators aro admitted and the horso owner's personal friends act us judges. A pedigree to a horso is what a coat of arms i.s to a jterson, and there are plenty of peoplo ready to manufacture both. Colonel Cobuni snys that if swine aro to lie bred up and kept up to tho standard of robust health, they must be fed on a rational ration, and to find out what this rational ration is is tho most prccMug ' present uetd anions; tho hor raisers. d.-.r- Clett Intel It.tjr In the s, ,,,(,. The largo draft breeds of homy, such as the Clydesdale and Pertheron.are too heavy, awkward and sluggish to suit the tastes and uses of our southern peopio ipulnr here. nnd will never Wome We have long entertained tho idea that the Cleveland Bay would suit our southern puruos letter and could te bred with far better profit, Wing stylish, This breed is rangy, active, hardy. larger, stronger, more active, spirited, and hns more lasting endurance than tho majority of mules and horses that are deemed large enough anil powerful enough to perform the heaviest drr't work on nomliem farms that horses nnd mule are tiaed for iu this country. The infusion of thoroughbred blood iu the Cleveland Bay gives additional value mere size it gives hint siefd, and it gives htm good action, insures a degree of endurance for his size that i.s not jiossessod by the distinctive heavy draft brei-dor tlte great mnjontyof trotters. The Cleveland Bay is but a cross between the thoroughbred nnd tho heavy draft. In tho days of stage coaches in England it became in tune apparent that tho heavy cart horso of Great Britain was too slow anil cuinbersonio for coaching purposes. An animal was desired that would give not only good size but ltetter speed, action fcud endurance; hence it wa deemed wise to cross tho thoroughbred on thn heavy carthorse, 'litis gave a horse that suited tho special purpose well and an animal of far sitperior style. 'I his was in fact, theorigin of tho Cleveland Bay. We make war on no breed. All have their special uses. Thero is no "general purjsise" horse as thero i.s no "general purpose" cow. But tho Cleveland Bay in our humble opinion comes as near filling tho "general purpose" bill as any breed we huve any knowledge of. Wo have "no ax to grind" iu the matter, as we are not personally interested in anf manner in t lit ownership or profits of u iy Cleveland Bay stock. Wo champion tiie t huso of no particular breed for the sixuul purjMHioof creating a prejudice in I.or of one breed or against another Th li Id i trge enough for all bro- d.i, an all breds have their special lists u:. i:iie dr miiudicd by special ineritu. No one hived cut embody all tho virtues i.f the many useful breeds, uud each man must cliooso for himself what would seem to suit his tasted, his special uses, his sjecial climate and pastures and his l uiurkotu which would seem best adapted to all then- in combination. The Cleveland Bay i.s very little known throughout the south, but few ever having been bred here; hence it .is well enough to direct tho special attention of our southern stockmen aud farmers to tho merits of this breed iu tho hope that enterprising aud professional breeders among us may bo induced to givo tho Cleveland Bay a fair and impartial trial. Edwin Montgomery in St. Louis Journal of Agriculture. td s Commercial Hotel, MiKINKLV, KV I hate bought abore iutiitiouid"Hottl at Mc Kinney and have attached a Firot-Clao- o Bar and Pool Hoom. am Have repaired and relutiilihrd the Hole and belter than rirr Prepared to Accommodate the Public. MJOK Speoalattentioii'ioCnmmricUl Men. ! W OIlr.r.N. Proprietor i ARSON, Manager V ZEw ?"" J. -:- - jE?3. 01 Th belt aiid;largit puce CHEWING A TOBACCO, cttili Kter told on t hi 1 market for ten nolds lol.ii.M) Cu i"K J R " iK. J. Rey- Trial is Convincing. SoldbvW 11. WKARKNftCO. atd KAURIS ,V HARDIN, MaUord, Ay, 17.1m J". HE. HCILTOlsr ROWLAND. KY. DEALER IN GROCERIES, HARDWARE, ul-cl- - I Hat moved nit" hit new More nt the junction of the Stunlnrd f. I rib Or haul and ' I plkei at Rowland mid 11 now U tier than ever prepaird to pleane tlio trade in both HTOCK Oil' CiOODS, JPUICKH, Kt. He hat rciently addid ureatly to hU ttock and having 110 rent tu pay and tin Ion hy baddebli he ran tell ) nu gioiU cheaper I bun any bejy, I all and get hit pneet buying !7i)r JAMKS YKAOKR. 'IIIOMAm YKAUKK .YEAGER .& VI'AOER, L1VES7, TEES AND M STASLE, 1 - STANFORD, E.Y. " Wc are Inniir new aiablein the Oi era Hout Wick and arc will tuppucil with l 1 NEW RIGS AND HORSES liavettcn tunoutv will leave the piiuliH.t-- and Hilling but tirtl-cla- tulle. ii Give tli cm a Call. sjH-cui- - COME to SEEME. Having pur hated the Grocery I.I : Business Of J It aa V poK-il)- le Kamiev, uiul will man have it lam lncreatlng theatockat Complete In Every Particular. nuke 3 low in prico that most people aro selling off that particular class of stock hang ou to oura. They aro bound to bo 1 jgh Whenever any farm animals aro 60 Call lit my ttom on Lnmatier ktrcet und I will it to jour intcrcxt to trade with me W.C. HUTCHINCS. beforo long. So it is with hog. ,t .!. t. V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal June , Stanford, Kv., B o. 13, 181)3 walton bus, Ma nagar In for Ftmat. work that aims to Improve the condition )f laboring men and men generalThey Discuss tho Appolntmont of ly of all men, because he has loved men, and thought for them, and sufRaskin as Poot Lauroato. fered for them, and striven for them. It wuh tho value of his thought about Tim Three Critics lirpretent the Old human life, nnd the noble expression of ttrlionl unit Iloth llrnnrlie of the New, It, that made his value as a poet. VI mm So a Wide Their Kinhntro field of Crltltl.m. IcorriuGiiT, II. AMERICAN A0TH0B8. amity's mc. Littles Dick I'm jfoln tlovrn to If mmmna will let Llttlo Dot What tlo you wnnt to go there for? Llttlo Dick Aunty Mild In her letter that her house was so full of rats ami mice thnt caku wasn't safe anywhere. Good New A. A I'ructlral Illustration. man, Klnjfley You have no whnt can be ilono with ouu of those chtitlnir dlHheA. Wlthcrby Yes, I have too. You m?o thin lump on the top of my head? These delicious verses by William It. Stoddard, beginning: Needles km your command To bunt your letters; No woman s heart, nor hand, Hold I In utters.... li3. And ending: Those verses, I say, came Into my mind as I sat with the white-haireyoung-heartepoet tho other day. Mrs. Stoddard was there, also, In the library of their quiet Utile house, rich in books and raru prints, rich in its Kinsley Yes. hoarded memories of u genial life that Wlthcrby Well, that'n what my wife has transformed Its experiences Into did with one this morning. Judge. llame into warmth and brightness, rising above dull life. Ills experiences I(ilut'rl ti it Srlrnrr, How do you nro some of them long past, to be sure, Amateur Landlady llame, and these arc ashes; mauagH to keep your lxarder.s with wo read him better." but "in the nimh ioor accommodations and mi llttlo , We wore in the little house just a to oat? I let step beyond Stuyvesant square, and (confidently) Mr. Sllmdlet about Mr. them run a week or two behind with the talk wiis John Uuskln Gladstone's to 1ms poet nomination of bills, anil they ncrer catch up. their laureate. N. Y. Weekly. "I think Gladstone's object wns to ense himself of a tliulculty." said Mr. lUllifr Hard. llrlght Ity How In Hawaii pro- Stoddard. "Probably he would have given otTonse by any other selection. nounced? Toucher I'm nsk your father, and He got out of the dltllculty like a politician that Is to say, the temporizer, then you'll romemler. Itrlght Hoy I did, and ho told mc to who Is said t? disregard his friends nk you, so I'd rcinciiiU'r. (Jues It and love his enemies, satisfied nobody Itut mils' bo awful hard to remember. Good and made himself ridiculous. there was something in the way of News.' each of the candidates, and doubtless On Uif Ollirr Mtln r tin-- Dlnlrit. contllctlng Interests anil claims in supTliry'r Prry curious, that thry be, port of each. Think of the two MorThee literary 'oik. Tory huog around to net from mo rises, for instance; one u Welshman The vrry ord I apokn; It. II. STODPAHD. who several times, I believe, run un'.V rn Hpoke from ruy own head successfully for parliament: the other, They lafTd nl cnllrt mo -- Nwr," William, a soctnlist. And there was the man himself has changed as men Hut when ttwy'd written wot I said, Tljoy called It "llterUKir." almost the same objection to Swin- do change? One must speak of and Kate Held' Waahlngloa burne. As for Sir I'd win Arnold, hz from his own nature, and speak truly think? not did Indeed write 'The Light of tho as to that, don't Kvlilanr. cramping his thought to make what he She There goes George. He wild he World,' but he also wrote 'The Light says now tally with what he has said was going to propomj to her at eight of Asia.' Another thing about Swin- lie fore. o'clock, sharp. Do you think who ac- burne Is that his ootry of late has not "Hut my own Hrst choice" this with boon up to the mark." cepted him? have "What's tho reason. Mr. Stoddard?" a little smile "would Is a been MorArthur 1 guen not. I eallrd there at ris; and. then, Dobson very orfect "Why, I holiove homebody is keeping flro minute past eight and ho had poet who would have been acceptable him sober " gone. Life. "1 see what you mean. It'slikewhat to every one; and Watson has done exIniuranra lioulily Hur. Hvron said in regard to inspiration. cellent work." In fact, Mr. Howells seemed to like il! It's all gin.'" Primus Thoy say Parsons showed 'Genius be Mr. Stoddard laughingly assented, so much of the modern Hugllsh verso rare presence of mind when the tire I him broke out. and went on to speak with enthusiasm that reminded with that he had not the ICngllsh noveldealt so gently Secundum He did. He wouldn't let about Austin Dobsou's del let to potMiih the neighlom hare any of his furni- - his vignettes and vers de societe. It ist! "Oh, well: you know I think Hardy will be seen that Mr. Dohsou Is the ture. Life. Is the only English novelist!" only Kngllsh poet of who has A Tlilukrr. "One breath of true poetry Is worth tho unqualiilcd admiration of euch of Head of Firm That now clerk seems a whole breeze of comment," said our three critics. to have lots of spare time on his hnnds. Mr. Mctlmau, while speaking at Presently he wns groping his way ease and at some length at his home.his Manager No, that Isn't it; lio's got no much to do that he sponiN half the downstairs i for Mr. Stoddard, who has His house on Seventy-eightstreet dav scheming how to get through. N. seen many of the phases aof life which expresses him in his double character Horace saw. has also the Miction from Y.'llcrald. -which the Horace suiTcrcd), of banker and poot for surely everybody knows that ho Is both poet and l)Uln(eretit. Insisting that he must bear his guest Sho I hope It Isn't my hundred company as far as to the door; and on bunker, which is perhaps somewhat ing that a king is also a thousand that you're after, George? the way ho spike about that genera- like sa poet is expressed in that man. easy Hero the Mr. Grasper Koliove, me, no, dar- tion of New York poets whom he has ling. I'd marry you If you had only so happily survived; and he told how distinction of his house. You knowy what I moan; that sort of uneonvon-tiotiatitninety thouand. Judge. precarious were their incomes - so which real emithat they could have no set- nence of any kind,goes with of birth or whether I.mn and lliialni. tled home, but, In constant dread of of talent. And the banker is not loss "MIm Flurry," wild tho traveler, tin' landlord, were yet godlike, in that clearly expressed in the bigness of his whoro they tlto counter in tho in a mysterious way, their hottst". and its oleguneo. Tho banker l his wimph-- were out for diiipliiy, wonders to perform " In tin anxious and And. en'ni!igof weak ees, we may is also expressed and H;RMil;ing to the fmr girl lwhiinl it in overworked showing in tho man w ho low, eager, jMiionale tonew, "now that quickly puss to the man of dourest and has kept steadily and usefully at his old Hunks has fione to tho front to wait sinoerost pen epi tons. post through the recent Wall stro.-- t on a customer I may tell you how I have Tho patient who ha.s consulted tho ami yet. listen while he chooses lust, HO days to oculist f,,r short sightedness or other punio. looked forward fur Uiu a small cigar for himself and utl'or.s a the timo when I flmiild huo the happidefeet of vision choice of big perfeotos" to his guest, gets a touch of his complaint is all about, and solely ness of seeing ymi nmn and hen run; belladonna, per- about, the lack of time to devote l.i from your own dear lips that you hav haps, and pros-- original composition. And in this ho not forgotten me. iiimv I not? Wlulo I luivo Iki'u on my dieary rounds from nth theilistant is but one of a great many who hope ob j oe t s t ha t that ho may tltul quiet hours for tho town to town or pHS!mg the leaden hour we I.- - dim and in waiting for trains at little railway work he does so delightfully. confused have stations the thought of your lovely f.ui "UiisUin litis boon called a 'prose boenine distinct, poet.'" says Mr. Stediiian; "but that is has thrilled me to tho heart' core. You and oven seem 1.1 . II.. ..1. .'.,.. 'II, l!,rw-.- l V ,11 ........... .. ..,...! have Wen to me the beacon lljjht of i III" JIWVU lir (MI4 t o hit vo been Iiojkj, tho inspiration of every striped is not prose; mo upposuu oi poeiry is brought nearer. soieiioo. Poetry is a form or mode of goodn liko those, Miss Maxtor, are worth Wll.l.lAM !. llliWFl.tS. And, in like expression, iil shillings n dozen. I can't mnku them beautiful, melodious manner, I suppose no one e'ver took a expression and most beautiful mode a penny less," ho said in a hard, the dillieult questiouiu letters to Mr How-ell- of expression - i essential to true tone.. without getting that touch of poetry. Old Hunks had returned to tho back belladonna. Possibly this sympathetpart of tho shop. "Of course don't refer to formal ic and helpful gift is tho most amiable and artificial 'modes of expression. 'and admirable of all gifts, at any rate, Kuskin himself has established a cor.Open lo Argument. Mr. llowolU litis it. f does not toll his you things or instruct you, you know; rect rule insays: Modern Painters, Hmelody, where ho but you have the Haltering sense that precision and force 'Khytlun, words of are, in the the question is being worked out by the orator his mind and your own in conjunction. greatness, and poet, necessary to their of their "The choice of Kuskin was natural," greatness. but isnot the tests mode of It not by the Mr. Ilowolls thought. "The honor must have been secured by his merit, simply; for wns not Mr. Gladstone too feurlossa man to have boon inllueneed in such a matter by other considerations? Kuskin is a poot, who has written ehlolly In prose, indeed, but who Is not on that account less truly a poet." KL. ri Tf7 Some French writers on usthctics go y still farther, and employ the word "poet" to designate even painters and Pat Bo yez alivo, Moike? Mike What a fulo yo be to ax sich n musicians but Mr. Ilowolls' more question! Kin any man bo aloivo uftlicr cautious meaning was soon made evident. u fall loiko that? Harjier s Bazar. "And, don't you think," continued tho Altruist (or shall we call him the A)ios(i tiik Moi'ntainb. Tho beat 'Altrurian') "don't you have the feel-lu- g route to tho Ivistern cities is via Cincinthat John Kuskin belongs in tho K. C. STUDJIA.V. nati and tho F. F. V. over the Cheea-peak- same class with Tennyson and Wordsworth, more truly than other men who & Ohio lliilwav. The scenery representing unit saying, but by what through New Itiver canons and over tfie might have been chosen? Not that the is represented and said, that tho represent laureate, whoever ho may be spective greatness Allatthimv and Mini Uitln MountaiiiH is or might have been, is to be thought of either of the paintwonderfully beautiful and varied. Tho especially as Tennyson's successor. er or writer is to be finally determined The highest thoughts are F. F. V. runs solitl to Now York via Tennyson was not in tho first pluce, electric, lighted and poet laureate of Kngland; Tennyson those which are least dependent on Washington. It is Kuskln'sown rheNo other was just Alfred Tennyson. That was language' ar so eminent, formerly carries a through dining-car- . torical gifts train in America surpasses it and it is his crowning distinction; and it is not leading him Into for a question of providing a successor to the only train to the Hist with through Tennyson, but merely of gcttiug a their display, that he pronounces decisively on this point, as one who does dining sarvlco. Among the Virginia poot laureate. mouutains along the Chesapeake fc Ohio "I am unfamiliar with lluskln's peunucu for u besetting fault. He the are more thnn 20 famous aumtner re- verses. I did not know him in tho might huvu udded that noble highest thought naturally tlnds a vehicle issued entitled "Vir- character of a writer of verses, and of sorts. A pamphlet expression. ginia in Black and iWhite," describes have but seen the, spooitnensof his work "Now, while Kuskin's prose certainIn that Held which have been recently these resorts, and the scenery of the printed, and which are crude or Im- ly has much of the poetic quality the route, ami will ha uniloil'lfree ly ad- mature." And a llttlo Inter Mr. How-ell- s Imaginative and descriptive quality-a- nil shows a subordination of exact dressing K. B. I'opj, Western Passenger said with especial earnestness that expression to beautiful expression, it Louis.' Mo., or 0. B. Ryan, people of do not value Mr. Kus- is Agent, St. not us a poet he merits the apAssistant General Passenger Agent, Cin- kin chioilv as an art critic but for his pointment. As thathis verses, they for are cinnati, 0. . Perish each letter. What harm' Since In the llama " I read them ter llen,ll d Such, in substance,, was Mr. How-ell'- a appreciative estimate of Kuskin as a poet; and I wns reminded that Matthew Arnold, In his essay on Wadsworth, proceeding from a widely different point of view, reached tho snmo conclusion In regard to the true nature of poetry nameof expression ly, that melodious thought on life was Its new essence. Tho only dlilcronco Is that Matthew Arnold placed the emphasis upon expression, while Mr. Howells emphasizes thu thought; and Mr. Stcd-maIt will be seen, would go even farther than Arnold In his love of teautiful expression. Mr. Howells went on to speak about lluskln's consistency, which he called his "contemptuous Inconsistency," and he was willing to defend what has been so often attacked. "Why should a man try to bo verbally consistent, If n, SHADES FOE LAMPS. scarcely worth talking about- - they are ordinnry. Any clever boy could iriako as good, and it is ridiculous to print ExMay them as evidences of his talent, as has How AmatoursMaking Bocomo ports In Them. been dono recently In tho newspapers. Hut as a great man, who has disseminated 'sweetness and light;' as a "Work That Mut De Done with Great splendid figure In contemporary life; It Care anil Ncatnes to Avoid Dltas- seems a graceful thing for Mr. Gladtrou Failure Hint and Suggestions. upon stone to place tho laurel-crow- n his hend before he dies. Then, too, this will make It easier for the sucLargo sums are spent annually for cessors for Gladstone's successor and lamp shades, and they have gradually for Kuskin's. become an Important article of trade. "For my own part, I think the Eng- As they are often extremely expensive, lish laureate should be not a didactic, it. is ouitu thn thincr to bur the mn descriptive or .narrative poet, but a j tcrlnls and use one's ingenuity in mak lyrist; anil that of course means the ing tnem. next English laureate should be AlgerNow. It Is milte rwisslliln fnrnmntniirs ..., .t non Charles Swinburne. It is out of to become experts in this work, al mj own personal knowledge of the though by no means so easy ns it man and acquaintance with him that looks. In the first plnce, the work I spenk, when I say that certain objecmust be done with grcntcarc and neattions which have been urged against ness, while perfect symmetry of form him chiefly touching his character and opinions are not valid, or, at least, are no longer valid objections. We must bethink ourselves that his brain is a big brain and his body a slight body. lie has therefore not the physical ballast that you or I have, and indulgences that might be quite harmless for one of un will simply desl'JrT foC' i;LCJ.l; . 1 I . Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., Mintrttnd shippers ol the GENUINK Original Jellico Coal. ,Tr7 ' We are ,he ,oIe WU tor Stanford Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street nnd !nd ntl-rocrossing. 6 HIOCIKS A WATTS. td JOHN B. DeNARDI, Carriage Painter and' Trimmer, All kind of vehicles painted trimmed and restyle. Plain and ornamental paired in Signs. Satisfaction suaranteed In both workman ship ami price. Shop on main street, over.Wm. paugherty's blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky. first-clas- s 1 u 1 to-da- y h half-blin- d pro-eario- loan-ingov- ur "m-'rrt- i i.n-n- c 1 s Tit-Ui- 1 A- " sf u word-paintin- g to-da- y Frills and ruchings should, moreover, be entirely finished before setting about the task of putting them on; and when bows or rosettes nre added the This lamed Summer Resort, with its ach requisite number must be made exactly of the same quantity of loops us like one another a.s the pro- Eoaling "Waters and Eostfal Surroundings, verbial peas. The form of frame which obtains most is the pagoda, with upturned corof ners; and its picturesque contortions render It less difficult to bring to pers a volume of his "Vic- fection thun the flat circle or the tho torian Potts" and called attention to dome. Health and pleasure seekers will find this what he had written regarding his Materials of good quality should be favorite of which the following pass- chosen. If the silk is half cotton, it ages are of especial interest at the pres- will never look clear or a good color. IAN ADMIRABLE PLACE ent time: Cheap, common lace, and second-rat"I wish to speak upon tho one faculty ribbons will spoil the most delicately To recoer their wonted health and energies and In which Swinburne excels any living handled shade, and never do the maker at the same time secure quiet, home. like fare at English poet; in which I doubt if his any credit. Pink is perhaps the color equal has existed among recent poets most frequently used, but yellow, the of any tongue, unless Miolloy be ex- warm shades of amber and maize, are Ir ce of Board from $7 to 5i per week. cepted, or. possibly, some t'o further information apply to of the preferable; for pink has the disadvanmodern Freuoh school. This is his tage of seldom harmonizing with GUS HOFMANX, mirnculousgiftof rhythm, hiseommand hangings and furniture. Pale green Is Crab Orchard, Lincoln. County, Ky. over tho unsuspected resources of a doubtless the best as regards general language. Before the advent of Swin- harmony, but light shining through burne wo did not realize the full scope green is hardly becoming to the comCo of English verse. In his hands it is plexion. There itiv so many tilings to like the violin of Pagauini. The range lie thought of in respect to shades, not OF STANFORD. KV., of his fantasias, roulades, arias, new the least being their eiiect by dayeffects of measure and sound, is Incomlight. Nothing is more ugly than a Is now fully orsanucd and ready for business with parable with anything hitherto known. number of light, flimsy structures, v was a born tamer of words, a compiled of gauze und luce, during the Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. this most stubborn, yet most day, and. when possible, both lamp Surplus, . --1 000 ' copious of tho literary tongues." and shufle should be banished until thu Mr. Stedman speaks confidently in time comes for lighting up; but lamps regard to Mr. Swinburne's future, and are often oomp jnnt parts of the orna- SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANrORD, as though the full recognition of his ment of a room, and they are frequentNow closing up) with the same assets and under genius, and the highest oUSoiul reward ly too largo and it may be added too the same management. that could bo bestowed in token of precious, to be constantly moved to By provisions of its chaiter, depositors are as hilly protected as ate depositors in National such popular recognition, were surely and fro. Of lute, therefore, attention Hanks, coming to hi friend in the fullness of has been turned towards the produc- liable to its shareholders being held individually the extent of the amount of their stock time. tion of shades that will look almost as therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may acta "Don't you suppose that Padr.rewski well in flio daytime as at night. With executor, administrator, trustte, Ac, as fully us plays far better than Mozart did?" u view tithis. lace flounces have been an individual buisiness to To asked Mr. Stedman. "And yi't Moart superseded by fringes, the soft.silklucss while those Kho entrustedtheirNational Bank us ol mnagini; the Lincoln was a greater musician- - wits one of of which is at once prettier in the even- Stanford, We we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business the really and permanently great ing and loss garish bv day. with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenmakers of music." rdiudos made of silk and fringed are tion to same, our twenty years experience ia By this ho intended to illustrate more easily suited to the style and banking and as liberal accommodations as are conSwinburne's superb execution, with coloring of a room than thoo covered sistent with sound banking. DIHIXTOKS: tho two hundred thousand words of the and trimmed with lace. A very favorEnglish language for a keyboard. ite style of fringe consists of pieces or J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernouj A happy illustration! J, M. Hall, Stanford; loops of ribbon, not more than half an M Mtios Wilcox. J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; inch wide, each end or loop having a S,J. Erabry, Stanford; sown to its extremity, so thnt it bead A CHANGE FOR THE BETTER. J, . Lynn, Stanford; may hang as straight as a plumb-line- . A. W. Carpenter, Milltdgevillt; Young i:ti;lllim:n Hint lilt With a little care and patience a pretTlir J. F. Cub, Stanford; American Couniii. ty shade UNi j- be made at home. Home William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. "There Is certainly a grout change," Queen. S. H. Shanks, President. woman of society, said a middle-ageJ. B. Owsley, Cashier, To A' "III Sui;i;iii ScrtllM. W. M. Bright, Teller. "between tho young Englishman of my In making up skirts of all sorts, extime and the young Englishman of tocept those of rigid materials, it must When was a girl an Englishday. NATIONAL BANK man was considered the best typo of a not be forgotten that only a bias stay bien soigne, fabric should be used. It is out of the OF STANFORD, KY. manly young man among my set of question to keep u skirt in perfect staid with tapes". girls, and in our secret hearts we eon- - shape if the 6oams are they will sag on Iu spite of all care Stock. siderod him quite superior to our American brothers: but now it is quite dif- either side of the tape, thus making Surplus of scallops. If the skirt ferent. To be sure, there Is still tlte worn on ainto u series the tape shrinks damp day craze for everything English, but it is Attention of the public is invited to the fac Bank Stanford is the only for titles, places, manners and cus- and increases this annoyance. Some that thisthe provisions National Nationalin Bank Act of the Under toms, and not for the Englishmen of the most expensive skirts have been depositors are secured not only by the capital or two themselves. Whether it is that tho entirely remodeled after one thu mis- stock, but by the stockholders liability lor as depositors ol so wcarlngs by following out amount equal latter have 'gone on"' in late years, or taken and foolish notion of rigid tape-sta- y this institution to the stock, by athat of $400,000 fund are secured Five sworn statements of theconditioo of the bank whether our own youths nro improvpieces. are made each yearto the United States governing immensely, do not know; but I ment and its assets are examined at stated time was quite struck with the ditVcrenco by government agents, thus securing additilona How to l'ack Walt. perfect safety to depositors. between the past and the present when established as the It is a science iu itself to pack the nd institution, originally 1858, This hearing my daughter comment tho waists of a frock, particularly when Deposit Bank of Stanford in then ol Stanford in other day upon the physical difference they arc udorned, as now, with bris- tied as the National asBank First National 1865 and Bank ol the between the American young men and tling bretelles nnd immense sleeves again in 1S81, has had practically an uninterStanford y traniscting the Englishmen of her acquaintance. lined with crinoline. If nicety Is more rupted existenceof for years. It is better supplied prompt now with facilities " 'How can you say, mamma, ' she ex- of an object than room in thu trunk it ty and liberally than ever before businesslong and in its claimed, indignantly, 'thut EnglishIs well to take tissue paper, crumpling honorable cat ecr. Accounts of corporations, fidumen are better looking and better it around these troublesome trim- ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic- "groomed" than our own aieu? Most mings, which it will greatly srve to The Directory oi this Bank is composed ol of the specimens I have seen of the protect. T. J. Foster, of Stanford; Forestus'Reid, Lincoln county ; liritish youth have been wretched liti A DHIi'Ioiia Hreakfaxt lll). J. W.Hayden, Stanford; tle scrubs. Now, just go over in your S.H. Bau(hlmanl,LincoIn; Put u pint of water in a saucepan mind thu Englishmen that have been M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; over hero for tho last two or three with a heaping teaspoonful of butter. S. T. Harris, Lincoln; Put it on the range, and when It bolls years and certainly the traveled man J. S. Hockcr. Stanford; must bo the best exponent of the leis- thicken with a largo tablespoonful of O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; ure class - and tell me If you think they flour. Have some smoked beef shredded T. P. Hill, Stanford. in small pieces, and drop Into compare favorably with my brother or cut W. G. Welch, Stanford; the stowpan after tho milk has been and his friends'." V. .P.Tate. Stanlord. OFFICERS: "I was obliged to own that she was thickened, and lot tho beef cook only right, and that the old glamour about two minutes. Pour in a deep dish and J.S. Uocker, President;! Englishmen had disappeared." N. Y. servo at once. Jlha J. VcRoberU.Csthicr; up-e- archy. n "if not Swinburne, then Austin would be a worthy choice. In the whole history of English poetry no poet has written more delicately aud than he. His best is as good as Mr John Suckling's best, and then his average is higher." Mr. Stedman spoke strongly iu favor of the continuance of the laureateship, comparing it with tho French academy, and saying that It had never beeu so important as at the present time. At tliis point Mr. Stedman took from Dob-sobook-shelve- prive him of He has no measure for his enthusiasm which will take control of him and make a very cxtrnvagant showing, when there has been, as a matter of fact, only such an experience as we are all familiar with and pay no attention to. You might think he was intoxicated, when in reality ho had taken but a single glass of wine; and yon might fancy him n slave to another form of debauchery when he was merely In love and telling alout it. Ills life has been like the lives of other men; onlj hla emotional nature his excessively emotional nature makes more display of the common experiences. He is demonstrative; that's the amount of It. Moreover, Swinburne Is no longer so radical a.s formerly, but Is quite fit to hold otllce under tin- - crown, owing to changes In his sentiments during the last live year.?, in which ropecthe is unlike William Morris, who stands committed to opposition to the monself-contro- l. O & Ojflfcd. a nKAirriFUL lamp shade. nnd trimming is an absolute necessity, since the slightest bungling the smallATest uneviraness is dreadfully apparent when lighted from beneath. It is very Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, important that each phase of the work There are three of the best Barbers in the State should be thoroughly completed before There are also excellent Ilath Rcoms run in conanother Is begun. The covering of the nection. Agent ior Lexington Steam Laundry. wire foundation with thin silk must first be accomplished; if required CRAB ORCHARD fluted or pluitcivthe flutes or plaits must be carefully arranged beforehand and tacked. In sewing on, have a care to take small stitches, and turn in as -- little as possible. SPRINGS. Re-ception- Is Now Open for the Guests. e Reasonable Rates. l3-ri- Farmers Rank&Trast sub-diicr- .MiMlt-r- - d 1 FIRST good-lookin- well-bre- d Capital $200,000 20,500 1 an Tribune. A. A. McKinnty, AsiuUot Cashier. A.1- - - J Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknalI Ji'ne 13, This is the way the Henderson Glean- - I ki Stanford, Ky., m.3 ! W P. WALTON, who has rmMitly had paternnl lis little of woe "It in a little (liscoiirngini! !tale m.in to carry a yowling, squalling baby around for half a nitiht and then sit down and relief t that 'Of such is the kingdom of Heaven.1 i I - fr . Ik the prayers of the ngtiteous and other members of the profession avail. Goods is : Klitor Hlakely, of the Newport 'Jorrnal, to will speedily recover from liis severe illIT FISI3DA.Y. to ness. May the old man be able to say In these times of trials and disappoint- "Laurie is himself again," even before Less to ments among office eeekurs, because these few lines reach him. enough plums to go around, there are not NEWSY NOTES. the suggestions of the Louisville Tim-are pertinent and ought to be studied Remorse over her act caused Alice Before another moon Burton, who killed her husband, to comand adopted. waxes a good many of us will have an mit suicide in the Madisonville, Tenn., opportunity to show the color of our jail. democracy, and the country will know Claude Thomas, of Paris, has been below We how many of us are the old hlu hen's appointed by President Cleveland to be FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. do chickens and how many of us are "yal-le- r consul of the United States at Marseilles, dogs." When the presideut appoints France. James Ware sold to Prewitt A Wood , the internal roveuue collectors for the It is not probable that Mr. Crisp will a bunch of fat steers at 3c. remaining Kentucky districts there are havo opposition for re election as SpeakA. G. Huffman sold to M. going to he a good many hearts aching er of the National House of Reprea young Jersey bull for 23. and a lew breaking. Then v, e will know sentatives. John Murphy sold to Jones Bros., a Good 5c. Good who the thoroughbred democrat is and Fire at Midway destroyed the Mid- bunch of fat cattle at 3J cents. uc Yc. who the scrub is. Some will sulk, but way Elevator, together with 150,000 bush John Blain sold to Gover, of PulasI U.IO KJOOtii ItfCIC JCiJlt-- CIV JILULU, KJlUfCH the democrat worthy the party of Jeller-son- , els of wheat. Total loss ?3'!,X)0; insur- ki, one of his fine jennetB for $400. Cleveland will gird up ance f lfl.OOO. sold to McClurp, of Jackson and ue Win. Perkins his loins and lay on to the altar and light There were 322 business failures Rockcastle, a lot of milk coa at $20 to be thus We 15c, the (rood fight again and again and again, throughout the United States during last to $33. ho. snlrf. wMnh even though office be as far out of his week, as compared with 1(S during the For Sale. Yearling Durham bulls slipStan-forreach in 1S93 as it was in 1S73. The pol- corresponding week of last year. ready for service. W. H. Murphy, uo prcuts. is a dead weight Ky. itician for revenue-onlivLiuuu A Confederate monument was uneg to any party, and let us hope that hut veiled at Lexington Saturday in the presJames Kubanks bought of various few of such will be developed in old ence of 4,000 persons. Congressman W. parties of the McCoruiack neighborhood boys. c25c, Kentucky in this our glorious year of G. P. Breckinridge delivered the oration. a of lambs at Go. vests jubilee. Mule colts are selling well in MerjV. Y. Princess Kulalie was accorded an im0c. We of cer. The Democrat reports the sale to The liberal in art will get all the lati- posing reception at the World's Fair several mare colts at $So. too tude it wants at Chicago- - A row and a grounds, The number of people in at to Iast year England paid us $30,000,-00- 0 is placed by the press dispatch rumpus was raised over the too striking tendance for live cattle and sheep, and twice suggeetiveness of the mise en scene of a es at 200,000. that for meats of various kinds. w Z'm-Convent at Notre The Ville Ma.-ii picture entitled "A Woman Caught in Martin Bros, bought of Winsee a lot F Dame de Grace, near Montreal, was ali Adultery," and a curtain was hung beof butcher stuff at 2J and of A. C. Marfore it. There were so many paintings most destroyed by fire. The loss will tin 3 head of pame at same price. W. S. Kinkead.of hhelby, geta tho of a similar nature to which the same amount to more than $1,000,000, with an Wheat Bold on the Chicago Board of insurance of 5100,000. Southampton consulship. objections could bo raised and before lowest point Gen. Tracy, member of Cougress Trade Thursday for 0oc, the MrB. Frank Leslie was granted a dl- which curtains would have to be placed in the history of the market there. from New York, says that Congress is vorce from her Willie Wilde with right that a consultation of the directors was William Moreland sold to Simon had, when it was decided to let every- ready and anxious to repeal tho Sher- Weihl 100 distillery-fe4jc. to marry again. He cannot nor does he cattle at thing go and leave each gazer to decide man silver law without any condition, They are to be delivered about July get any of her estate either now or aftir Now let him go Mrs. Leslie's death. whether or not the French are correct but that is easier said than done. ..Dctlcr In The new battle ship Massachusetts 20th. back to England and earn an honest say, Honi soit cjui mal y pence. when they II. T. Bush sold for his son, Rich living. wa launched from the ship yard at Philadelphia Saturday. The vessel was ard, his three year old mare, Alice, ly i Kaco and Figure As was expected the Ohio republicans for $100, Mr. christened by Miss Leida, daughter of On Time to Logan Dennj; trnwtt if you're a hMlthy woman. hie renominated Gov. MtKinley by acclamaDenny to handle the mare. a bcauiv of then own, numattrrwhai y iir featSecretary Herbert, and cost 3,020,000. IVlfect health, wltn lt Clear tkiii, r ty tion and notwithstanding the people set Board it Russell bought two car- ure chrela ami blight eye, u cnuuv'h to mike any Rev. M. Dawson, colored, was ass the seal of their condemnation on their loads of lambs from various parties at orran attractive uc National platform of 1891, it was endors assinatedat Dawson Springs. The deed 6c. Russell it Hatchett also bought .! 'logrt perlcct health, Thatfaithlully Dr. I'lrrcei regulate and ruvorile I'reieriplioti f oamanliixfcl imit evidently being the is supposed to have been caused by his cars at Co r fumtion all the prop ed and reatlirmed, Harrodsburg Democrat. And- dlgeatiun, ennchet the Mood, illipeU achc having sworn out warrants against sevprove! opinion of those statesmen that the peo-p'William Moreland bought of J. N. and pains bringi rrfmhm Lcp, and rcMorei eral persons for disturbing religious worHeal and MrenRlh didn't know what they do want. The Colley a lot of hogs for July delivery at hi'llh. periodical pilni, trolapu and other di For and financial situation was attributed to the ship. a lot of placement, bcarm don aennalioa Oo and of various otWr parties cetierally, It it m etfertive tfcal A picKpocKet inveatigitert the condemocratic party, of course, though it hits butcher stutfat 3 to 3r. He sold to J. it can be guaranteed It It ila n t tie re fit or e rr been in power but three months, and has tents of Secretary of War Lamont's pock- B. Gentry, of Jessamiue, a car load of you you J hav jrnir inline bailc la anthlnc that Un't mil in thi way likely to '.t "tint ai cood." had no chance to either legislate upon or ets at the World's Fair, but a detective lambs at $0.40. was close by and took tho crook in hand change the cond tion of our monetary We will shut our mill down about NKW ADVKRTISKMK.VI. beforo he could get away with the secreaffairs. the 20th for 10 days for repairs and gen tary's money. eral overhauling So those w ho may need Clothing, Hoots, Shoes, c James Gordon Bennett was thrown The gentleman mentioned below slung V. L. DAWSON, wheat or corn ground during that time type for several years in this office. He from his coach while returning from the will please do us the kindness to bring l a cand date for jailer, subject to the aitlon of is now one of the editors of the Harrods-bur- Auteuil race course at Paris and seriit before the 20th. J. II. Baughman it the democrat, i Savings and his partner makes this ously injured. Though he was hurt Co. mention of a remarkable exploit: "In enough to go the doctors The Arabs at thoGartield Park track, this issue Mr. J. G I'ulliain tells about say his condition is not alarming. Chicago, sutfered last week a severe loss I. acmlidate for jaikr, ubiect to the action of his Chicago outing. He not only put Jim Stine, who killed Tom Love near by a fire which destroyed 7 Arab hors- trie old JeflVrtonian democracy his article in type, with three slight ty- Lebanon ten das ago, has been die- - es and three of their dromedaries And .see his stock and Kct his prices before buying. If you need We W. HAYS, pographical errors', corrected it, lifted it charged because no one saw him plunge Among the horses burned was a $10,000 in the forms mid locked it up, out run the knife into his victim's body. There stallion from the slables of the Sultau of Ii a candidate lor Jailer, lubject to the? action cf lie ilcmociacy the press that printed the paper. How were ten men in the room at the time, Turkey. many of the 150 editors of the party are with nothing to blind them but a keg of In eight years the orange produc'all around' enough to do this?" tion of Florida has grown from 000,000 beer. You should see him. boxes to 3,900,000 boxes and it is esti- Ii a caudidite for jailer, iubject to the action nf Tho People's National Bank of S the democracy, Tiik injunction granted by the V. which recently suspended, has mated tbat the next crop will reach Court at Chicago against the opening o paid all its depositors ..FOR.. boxes. The average net price in full and trans SAW M. the World's Fair Sunday was temporari- ferred its assets to the Chattanooga Na- realised by growers during the season ly suspended by Chief Justice Fuller a candidate for Sheriff" of Lincoln co nit), iub tional, giving as its reason that the just cloeed was $1 31 per box. ject to the action of tho democratic I runary. and a vast crowd took advantage of the banking u Yesterday was County Court. business of the city waa overbeautiful day to see the curiosities of done. pretty day but a rather dull one and . NEWI-ANthe world gathered in bewildering arPhil German, of Louisville, has only a email crowd attended court. Is candidate for Sheriff of I tnco n county, subray. The appeal will be heard by the been given George H. Thobe's position There were about 200 cattle on the marject to the action of the democratic primary Supreme Court Thursday, when the of immigration inspector at New York. ket and those that changed hands vexed question of Sunday opening will Tho place ia worth 13,000 a M. yesr and brought from 2 to 3c. Quite a mi in we hope, be forever and finally settled. waa given to Thobo by the republicans ber of plug horses changed hands at $ Is a candidate for member of the I.e;itlature from A. J. Lincoln county, tutjcit to uomlnatiun by the dc because he ran for Congress against Mr. to $00 No mules were odered. Somkwhat of a sensation in Louisville Carlisle. ifc Whitley 12 mocracy Waton sold to Farm journalism is occasioned by thuannounce-men- t At the annual meeting in Jackson- mountain steers at A and 17 heifers at that Mr. 11. W. Knott, for 14 years ville, Fla , of the Florida Fruit Ex 2.00. Thompson Bros, sold 2 hteer at I HARVEY HELM an editorial writer on the Courier Jour- change, it whb'sIiowii that the coming cents and three young rattle at $17.."0. It a andidate 1 repreti nt Inc. In county in the r nal, has bought the livening l'ost. next Lexltlature si.1 e t t the aciijii cl the deorange crop will exceed all previous D. M. Cress sold to B. F. Robinson a lot mocracy Bennett H. Young seems to havu yields. A conservative estimate places of steers at 3 3i to 4u tired of the tripod early in the game. it at 5,000,000jhoxeH, of which at least D. C. Terbium bought in Boyle and lOrckis for Hrcnd by M.til or Telegraph Promptly Attended Mr. Knott will make the Tost even betto Ad. mare mules will be marketed. Lincoln counties 8 THE NEW j r i . ai ,ti I, .' i: ter than it bus ever been and it bus al Robert Dalton, a "steerer" for a at $.r to $.M). Ho also purchased So othI'Miiu.u, Ol.lllioru, 1's.y. ways been good. green goods house, was shot by a report- er No. yearlings at same prices. R D. ' er named Fabey at Bridgeford, Conn. Bruce cut a field of 00 acres of barley this The Houoo after trying its best to de- The reporter tried to beat the man at his week. This field yielded .)( bushels to stroy its elfect with scores of amendown game, but only succeeded by shoot- the acre last year, but gcod judges esti-- ' ments finally passed the Bennett bill to ing him. It was Fabej's intention to mate that the ravages of the army worm ool growers and Max dogs, encourage this seaeon will reduce the yield promisIn order, how- expose the green gooda game. suppress hydrophobia The Mieiouri Home for Confederate ed this year by at least 1,000 bushels on INTERNATIONAL ever, to relievo themselves of responsi- Veterans was dedicated at Higginsville, the 00 acres. B G Fox sold for R. W. bility the members made the bill inop Mo., the fuud.for its construction aud Minor it Bro., of Mitehellsburg, t road DICTIONARY erative except in those counties winch support, S'Hi.OOO, having been raised Im- horses to H. Kindig, of York, P.i , for vote. Great towadopt it by popular personal contributions. A number of $1,0')0; also for G. W Welsh a harness ards indeed be these pur diem grabbers. G A. R veterans gave siHtance, and gelding for SI'w, for R. L. Salter 1 do. for il.'iOand for B. tt. Fox it Co. another m fi ver to ( rrr rind He t A new order from the pension bu- ono dovotos his psneion regularly to the for $1 50. Advorate. FULLY ABREAST OF THE TIMtS. reau provides that there must be actual institution. A GRAND INVESTMENT Bob Brown, n negro, was hanged at To the People of Lincoln County. tunvi rv Fatiulr an - liool. disability to earn a livelihood by manuWl! IIAVK 1.()U,.SALK be proven by pur Mayfield Friday for the murder of AlI am n candidate for tho oflice of AsTlieAutlieiitluMVliiiter'iiriiHlirlilcril al labor and it must Dii'tloiimy. Liiuiillsilif Isiiii of IMII, This bert Colley, a white farmer, on the night sessor at the Noember election, IS'II, Ht 111 iiiiiyriKlitt'd) the claimant. Iiiik 7U, unil 'hi. t.ill eons other than been tliurnliulily reilani anil riilurued, ought to knock many of the buy ras- of December 10, lssJ. Before his execu- subject lo the action of the democratic miller the) MipervUlon til nuli I'ortrr, !.!.. 1.1.. I).. .if lalo I nhrrsltr.unil in cals silly who are Hviug on the bounty tion he declared that Dave Sherrill, a party and respectfully ask you for your 'I he simplest binder made. u tlltlii;tiMilitj till. Im .ir (lie iininn of the government, they did not help negro accomplice,. who is serving a life support. It is a considerable time until WEBSTER'S International Dictionary. iu war and have proved only barnacles sentence in the penitentiary for the the election and my announcement may Tlui ituik of riuloliin nc iinlcil over crime, had nothing to do with the mur- appear premature, but I am induced to ten nr, iiiihk t hull a hundred t'dlto. to it iu peace. der. rial luliorrm IioIhk riniilnjril.iiiiil make it because numeroiih candidates :i(IO, rxiiemictl lifforii the firat Kee-le- y a Becret Mrs. Josephine K. Henry asks the for ollices to be filled at tho same eleccojiy nn limited. It is slated that there is Monastery at .. ......... ww..i,.uj iiiiiiii.imu Lata OL'iic, "Iriumnlis nf th. SOLD BY ALL BOOKSELLERS. General Assembly to cieate some agen- tion are already announced. I need Cure iu the Trappiat . I'aniphlt t tnt tri'n v tin uMilier Chicago, the World'.; Kai and that the bishop is con. cy to which she may apply for restora-tio- the emoluments of the ofilce I am asking Gethsemane Deering works; also a lot of neat memorandum books. and the bfe Caution U !ieodfl In pur. luMnj; n ought to to righU forfeited by her crime of and if elected will be profoundly grateIt uiOiotoKr-inletantly sending it boarder. It ri'pr i thi f n ul) the interest of every farmer who needs machines to see us will be to let ntl coiiinurnltrrly wciIIiIpm ulitinii of before buy ba enough punishment to send a man to being born a woman. Tho Times moves ful ai.d use my utmost exertions to disWcibstoraro Ikmhi; mat U ted under Yuriou a,was be found at the onkc f thc name and often lit- nilreririarntAtloii. this living death, without putting him that the matter bo referred to Mr. Jo- charge my duly faithfully. Again askitoi.MMmr' GET THE DEST, his arm sephine K. Henry, with instructions to to the further pain of li m imprint of The International, w ing a favorable consideration of my full of holes" with a syringe investigate the matter aud report at his candidacy I am Uespt. Yours, G. & V. MV.UUIAM X Cf).. I'lililUlirrk, "punctured , hiiriiigKrlil, Mill, I". S. A. leisure and pleasure. Times. M P. Elkin. loaded with the bicloridu of gold. aaaa,at EIGHT EVER. PAGES. s Isaac White, his wife nnd a old daughter were' run over by the cars at Knoxville nnd killed. Hon. Thomas F. Bayard, the first American Ambassador to Great Britain, was welcomed to England with much pomp and ceremony Saturday. Ford's old theatre, Washington, tho building in which Abraham Lincoln waa assassinated, used by tho government for many years as part of the office of the surgeon general of the army, collapsed Friday with a terriblo loss of life and injury. It had been condemned for years, some claim as many as lo or 20 years, and has been repaired, propped up ami renovated from year to year. There were 475 persons, mostly government clerks, employed in the building, and nearly all of these were at work when the building fell. Tho number taken out of the ruins dead waa 22 and the injured number a hundred or more. lC-ye- Competitors Turn PALE Bargain,, here the Queen of Them Ml. Talk about the great Dru Several New York houses were forced sacrifice their entire stock of Spring and summer goods at half price owing the backward season and the slrijigency of the money market. Our spot cash offer proved irresistible ana was acceptea. we arc therefore enabled sell them tor than our competitors can buy them, and announce this the At Our Great Bargains. The extraordinary cut prices will tell the story. have said enough and the prices must the rest. Certainly never before, and perhaps never again will you have such an opportunity. Queen of All Sales. Challics and best brands of Calicos oc. BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. ana f riaia ana piam wane nooas d, y car-loa- d Junius ana uimities win soia at nair their former price. Just received a case of infant's shoes which will sold in sale for worth 10. liave also received a few cases of men's and ladies' shoes mill $1, worth double the money. Children's and Misses' and Ladies' for purs juar uivo ju oiner nouse ever aia, ever will or ever can sell the same sterli clothing as cheap as the Louisville Store. Light weights for men and Summer coats for worth 75c Seersuclter coats and vests for 50c. worth SI. Silk luster coats and for $2, worth double the money, the best bluecontett pants for have cut thousanks of other articles half their former price in this sale, are - Pacific Wash Linen 4c. worth douuie the moneu. Su worth 15c. Sateens, Persian, numerous LomsvrixE J mention. O T7 rr JCXJCi m I d ( J.K.VanArsdale I I'hi-y- " I GROCERIES rs e '(r-m- ccmpl-lnu- " HARDWARE g to'will-makin- JOHN BAILEY, INVITES YOU TO CAIX I PETER HAMPTON, OWENS, D, Farming : Implements, Chat-tanoog- o, I T. FancyGroccnecBrcad.Cakoc.Pie: Candies, Lunches,Fnits, &c, F. NORTH, CALL ON R. ZIIYIMER, THE BAKER. I.- 1 I lid-ite- i A Good Meal for 25 Cts. first-clas- s WEBSTER I.- -- 1 ISRT j i WEBSTER'S w I I j j , The Deering improved Steel Binders, ( mr ThePony Deering Binder. .. Stf0 ?! n - hviu ' 1. 1 ... a. u-c3- BAUGHMAJNT, AGENT. -- -i. V ., f. wwr Semi-Weekly Interior Journal - Stanford, Kt., K.O." .Junh IS, 1893 rATOM, bui, Manage POINTS. PERSONAL uere. Em Pfnninoton, H. W. ol Middleaboro, is" Oatts, of Wayne, was in town Friday. Misa A lick Hudson, of Lancaster, it the guest ol Mies Mary Heazley. Mr. W. L. Connkii, of Cynthiann, is now prescription clerk at V. IJ. Mcllob erts Mr. J. P. Jonki, wife and children went to Lexington Saturday to visit relatives. Miss Lauiia MacA.vai.ly is upending the week with Mime Clara and Ophelia Lackey. Mns. Mary Cuahi and Miss Sadie went to Iehauon Saturday to visit relatives. Mrs. U. V. Josts, Sk., has returned from a pleasant visit to her daughter in Lexington. Mrs. J. It Mount and eon John, of La Grange, are visiting her sister, Mrs. James Dunn. C. T. Johnson, of the Logan's Creek section, has gone to Charleston, S. 0., to engage In business. Max Sai.imikii was up from loui-vlll- e yesterday helping thu boys dispose Lil-lard Mn. W. H. Shanks started to tho World's Fair yesterday. Miss Many Mykhs has gono to spend a month at tho World's Fair. Mr. S. II. Bout and family.oftho West Knd, spent Sunday with his parents at Rowland. Mi8?ks Kittib and Suk Bauoiiman went home with Miss Deira Baughman yesterday. G. D. Boonk, of tho May wood section, has recovered from a severe Bpell of pneumonia. Mns. I)n. Black, of Rpd House, and Miss Relln Arnold, of Garrard, aro with Mrs. J. G. Carpenter. Mrs. K. F. North has returned from a protracted visit to Baltimore. Her husband was called yesteiday to dispatch a few days on the Main Line. Misses Ki.ib Whitman and Katy F. Worley left for their respective homes, I'lilaBki, Va , and Nashville, Tenn., Saturday, and everybody is sorry. Mrs. MakyO. Hoi kick and Richard Cobb I locker have returned from a lengthy stay at Asheville, N. C. We regret to bear that Mrs. Hooker is not much improved in health. Misses Olivia Wirt Summers and Jennie I'inkey Summers left for their home at Abingdon, Va., on the early train yes. terday, taking with them the best dish es of many friends, who disliked to see them leave. CITV AND VICINITY. New sweet nnd sour pickles at A. A. Warren'B. Rfmimiieic the entries for thefSOO dle puree close next Thursday. sad- Mn. W. B. little daughter, Tuk county court yesterday was as Nellie Burke, has been lying at tho point barren of interest as n last year's almanac. of death for two days, with no hope of recovery. . Five different sizes Leonard ico chcHts. M. F. North asks us to state thnt he Will save you 200 per cent, of your ice willspenk at HiggicB school-housat bill. W. II. Wearen A Co. 7:30 i'. i., Thursday, ami that Mr. Helm 1'hok. HuiiiiARD asks us to say that a is invited to be present. highly satisfactory faculty has been enI have opened a blacksmith and bug gaged and that Stanford Femalo College gy nnd wagon repair shop back of Yea-g- er will take no step backward. A Yenger's livery stable and ask a Mr. G. M. Givkns, of the West End, portion of the patrodage of the people of is being importuned by many friends to this vicinity. J. G. Atkins. I make the race forsherifF. He has not The change of schedule Sunday affects decided yet, but it is morn than proba- only freight trains. Tho local, which ble that ho will be a candidate. now runs from Livingston to Lebanon " Calamity To Some Brings Good fi i o in m m to Others. Rowland gone skyward but Stanford still left, with more good bargains at our store than have ever been seen in any inland town. VVc sound the call, loud and long: Come over and help us and at the same time help yourself. Tiir case of G. W. Kvans against Wm. Junction, passes here ut Moreland and S. T. Harris for $:$00 damages for selling him diseased hogs occupied the court much of Friday and Saturday and resulted in a hung jury. The court was not in session yesterday on necouut of the contra attraction of county court. 2:07 i'. M., 'J.IJO a. which is a big change. m. and We are Now in the Fight to Reduce of car-loa- d of goods. Binder twine for sale cheap. Baughman. J. Mh. and Mrs. W. II. Bryan, of Trwi-ri- e Don't forget the Lincoln County Fair, July '27 and Us Also bear in mind the Boyle, attended the commencement ex$300 saddle purse anil the several rich ercises and were the guests of M. Smifh sweepstake rings, here. My entire stock of Walter A. Wood Miw. Jah ItouiNsoN, of Lcbftuon, and Miss Mattie Uose, of Htistouville, are machine repairs can be found at McKin-nehere teaclilug a class in embroidery and Bros. Will be sold cheap and for are topping at Mrs. Burks' the cash. J. B FoMer. . I'nor. It. F Blakkman was here SatA rate of one fsre has been urday, when ho declared with emphasis is not married, urn) he ought lo agreed on by the railroads to Chicago, that he know. Surely an enemy liathdoim this. good only for four days. This will make Mrs. Martha MiAmstkh slid daugh- the rate about III) from Stanford. ter, Mrs. Palmer.'and Master Willis, arThe MriCinney .Masonic Lodge is rived from Orlando, Fin., Thiimlny night going to have a big blow out on the nnd are at the ( lemens. Danville AdBro. W. R. Davison was in a day vocate. or two ago to briug us invitation. MifCMfLoi is Thton and Gertrude Howard are resting from tlie fatigue of Mns. Fannik Kdmishin, of the commencement week at. Mr. and Mrs. K. Store, is indeed hii expert in the 1'. Woods and enjoying their iinostenta trimming hue. During last week she tious hospitality. trimmed aud .sold II hats and hnd no asK. 0. Sink, Knj , of Loudon county, sistance from any one. Va., is here on a vifit to his uncle, Mr. The Winchester Creamery did thehest A. C. Sine. Mr. Sine has just returned from the World's Fair and speaks in the it could for its owners by getting burned np. The insurance helped them highest terms of it. who moved to Lexing- to get part of their money Imck. UnforJ. G. Kamsky, ton tho first of the year, has, like many tunately the Stanford peopte failed to people who leave this place, decided have theirs burned that there is no place like Stanford, and In a letter to his mother, Mrs. Reuben will move back this week. Williams, Bob White, who is now locat Mr. Geo. I). Wkatiimikom), Jr., Bpent ed at MunliHl), Pa., states that a tine girl several days with his parents at Huston-vill- e, has blessed bis married life. Hob's mareturning Monday. George is sup. ny friends here extend congratulations. posed to bo in love, but "the idee" is, The College looks worse than a banwho is it? Richmond Begister. Mrs. W. I. Tati: returned Saturday quet hall deserted. Teachers and schol morning from a pleasant and protracted ars have departed and the worst of nil is visit to her daughter, Mrs. C. II. I'alne, none of the teachers will return, all havnt Bostcn. She left Mrs. l'aine, nnd lit- ing made other arrangements, There tle Miss Uuise Tate Fame both doing are indeed many sail hearts here uow, for the young ladies were almost the life well. Gov. Jah. B. McCiikary hs returned of the town. are to Bichmond and the A immKiI.au made an ell'ort to enter Mr. with great unanimity. Reuben Williams' dwelling Friday night lleeing thither Uneasy indeed lies the bend thnt has but he made ton much noise aud was anything to do with tho distribution of thwarted in his attempt. He was just ollices in the art of raising the window, when Mr. J. W. McCiRiiv, of Kansas City' Mr. Williams got up lo see what was the joined his wife aud daughter hero Sim- matter, and ho skipped before that genilar. Thu several years whL'h have tleman could catch sight of him. elapsed since bis last visit here have The Middleburg Cornet Band will made little or no change in hipi, except give nu old fashioned picnic in Royalty's for tho better. north of Midtlleburg, on Mit. S. Y. Way, of Orlando, Fin , one woods, 11 mil Mattie Saturday next. There will he speeches pf tho mail)' friends made Yaudeveer during her visit there Inat by prominent nion, a wheelbarrow race winter, wns up to see her a few days last between fat men and n good time goner-allOur young friend, W. K. McWhor- week. Ho imprcfiMul us as being a very gentleman Hnd that lie ter, is manager aud good order is exexcellent young U n mnn of taste no one who knows the pected. young Indy will gniiisay. JiimikW. K. Vaknos lias been notiJuih.bJ. A. l'niii'ird and daughter, , fied that the board of equalization has Monticol-liMiss Gupsie, and eon John, of raised tho lUiCHdinent of Lincoln county attended the commencement exercis-oiofth- 'J per cent, on lands and 3 on city propFriday night. They College erty and he has appointed A. R. Fenny, were en routo from Kirksville College, J. G. Lynn and K. D. Kennedy to go to whero Miss Gussio graduated this week, Frankfort nnd protest against tho raise and wero accompanied by Miss Mamio and show cause why it should uot be Phillips, a cousin, who will visit her. done. The following persons loft on Sunday Wantkd. To sell cheap for cash, ceilmorning for tho World's Fair. Capt. Mrs. ing, siding, flooring, baso casings, mouldand Mm. F. Harris, Albert Harris, ings, framing nnd fencing, and all kinds Mary Bowman, Mis Virginia Bowman, C. Hays, Mrs. of yellow poplar, pine aud white oak Horace Bowman, Mr. J. lumber. Dressed lumber and building George McAlister, Thomas Shanks nnd materials a specialty, and for cash we Mieses Anne nnd Fannie Shanks. They wilLknock the bottom out on low prices. will bo gone nbout a week. Tho first of For prices address The Dillion Manufacnamed couple acted as chaperones turing Co., Dillion, Ky. the party. MlSSKH City, Iowa, were viniting Mr. nnd Mrs. V. M. Kppethon this week. Misa Kva bTKOKH, who has been attending College here, returned to her home at Crab Orchard Saturday. Mn. B. J. 0. Howk, thu water works man, is with us for a few days. Our people aro always glad to seu him. Miss Ki.i.a CoorKR returned with Itev. ml Mrs. A. V. Sizemore from Ixniisvillc aud Is the guest of Misi Ootivia Sizemore. Mr. F, L. Hiii I'm an, of Shelby City, is very ill. His trouble is rheumatism, from which ho has for so ne tima suffered. Mkh Amiirosia Thomas, of Louisville, is With her sister, Mrs. W. H. Mcltob erts, called hither by the ill'iess of Iut little niece. Ll.ZIK AM) At.K'K 1)UNN, New cabbage, new potatoes and new everything ot miner's. Buonv tops er. by DeNardi, and repaired the carriage and sign paint- When you want anything in the jewelry line at rock bottom prices go to Dauks, jeweler. Ler Stone is building a residence on Logan'Avenuo on the lot recently purchased of Mrs. Cath Bailey. The weather has been wry line for several days and the dispatch yesterday read "Fair, warmer Tuesday " m J. F. Warren lias been appointed nt Bongo, Rockcastle ty, vice G. W. Nichols resinned. post-mist- coun- of y iioi'.Nii-THi- i' it-e- lf place-hunte- rs by-Mi- y. o A coui'le of coons killed a dozen chickens for Mrs. A. V. Sizemore and Clothing, Shoes, Hats. Underwear, her husband will now have to forage on In every line of stuff we handle. his congregation. The animals wero tvi Dress Goods, all must be reduced. Boyle, Garrard, Hockcastlc, Laudently pets us one was easily caught rel, Pulaski, come if you would sec butchery. The Axe is laid at the and killed. The otii6r got nway and root of the tree and There will bo held at the office of the the owner hnd better get him and shut county superintendent on Friday, June his wind off also. 10, an examination for pupils who have The calamity howlers are saying that completed the common school course and desire to secure a diploma for same. Fee Stanford will be eternally, if not more This Stock and when we give you prices you will realize it. Come the samu as that of terchers. This di- so, ruined by the removal of the shops all and sec us. ploma does not answer in lieu of teach- from Rowlnnd, but they should not take er's certificate, however. W. F. McCla-r- y, so gloomy a view of matters. We will survive, they may be sure. Besides, bo Supt. m far as we are concerned, we had rather We hope all our citizens will make see them moved and be done with it special ellort to contribute to the enjoy- than to hear the never ending talk ment of the grizzly veterans of the Mex- about it. ican war, who hold n reunion here The 112th annual meeting of the KenThursday 15th. Their valor caused a tucky Collego Association will beheld nt vast territory to be added to our country and there ought not to be anything Crab Orchard.Springs June 22 nnd 23. too good for these old soldiers, none of Mr. A. N. Gordon, the secretary, makes whom can be with us many more days. an earnest appeal for a full attendance and preparation to discuss the subjects The manager of tho Opera House has a on the program. Mr. Gordon says: request to make of tho ladies and that is "This should be the beet meeting in the New stock, styles and shades. that they will assist in decorating the history of the association, or there is stage in honor of the old soldiers who danger that it will bo the InBt." The asnearly 65 yearn ago left home and friends sociation is an agent for much good and to light for their country in Mexico. They Kentucky colleges should see that it is deserve all the attention that can be not made inoperative. Addresses by Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, shown them ? Who wid bo the first la- Dr. L. II. Blantou, B. T. Spencer, L. V. dy to volunteer in the cause we have Dodge, II S. Green and Rev. Wm. C. Landrcth's Garden Seed at named '.' Tho work has to be done by Young are on the program. Thursday noon. Candidates. The election will nit SnuDK-n- . George B. Letcher, con- occur till next November a year, but New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. nected with the best families in Ken- hope for office springs eternal in tho hutucky, has done the best thing, possibly, man breast, and already candidates nre he could have done, and quit the life of becoming ns thick as leaves in Vallom-brosH. I!. KING. GEOKGE 1). 1'KEWITT. which he made such a failure. Ho took In addition to those already anmorphine in Cincinnati the other day nounced, the following shied their casand ended his miserable existence. He tors into the ring yesterdny and the end was a slave to drink and in his cups is not yet: MORELAND, KY., committed numerous crimes, the worst W. W. Hays, who also wants to be We have opened up a nice line ot being tho killing of Dr. Kvans, in Nicho jailer, is young in the cause of democralasville for which he was given L'l years. cy, but he has contributed his quota to After serving a shoittermho was par- its success ever since he became of age. doned and since then has gone from bad In fact he was n worker in the ranks to worse. Ho leaves a young and hand-soieven before he was a voter himself. He v wife. is n man of good habits and fully quali- We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get the most lor the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, The supper given by the lyoung In- fied to make the county a jailer of which which enables us to make very low prices. Salt $1.70. dies of Stanford, the proceeds of which she would have no occasion to be Miss Lizzie Myers has opened up Dress Making over our store and will go toward buying uniforms for the ashamed. W.:L.;Dawson, justice of thu peace invites her friends to give her a call. baud boys, was a success financially nnd and acting coronet, finds these offices Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you otherwh-cThe prettiest girls in town are insuflicient to keep thu wolf from money wero the waiters, ice cream, sherbet and cake were in abundance, the music by the door, and it being the general im G3"We are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. tho band was enchantingand everything pressiou that the office of jailer is very remunerative, he casts his eyes longing& went to make it a pleasant occasion. The ly to it. Squire Dawson is an excellent Park was illuminated with Japanese lanterns and the dingy old walls of the democrat, a clever gentleman and his were transformed into a friends iiope that his name will adorn picture of beauty by the decorations bo the next party ticket for the ottice that tastefully arranged by the deft and will- he desires. Pete Hampton, who has been deputy ing hands of tiie young ladies. Some jailer for two terms, feels that it is time i!50 or more people were served aud the net proceedsl amounted to HI, which he was promoted, so he gives his party will very materially assist the boys in a chance to make him their candidate their undertaking. The members are for jailer. He is a good democrat, is f B tvery thankful to those who assisted jolly as he is popular and if chosen will fill the otlice most acceptably. Pete is them so substantially and we are requested to Mate that they anxiously too fat to run a foot race, but he has enawait an opportunity to partially recip- tered shis contest to win and will run it from "eend to eend." rocate Squire John Bailey, who has eerved A Row and Ri'Mi-i'sNath Belden, the people for 20 years in the unremu" one of thu firm of Belden Brothers, who nerative ollice of justice of the peace, painted the jail and residence, got on a aud has served the democratic party tear Saturday night and became very with zeal and fidelity for almost twice ns disorderly. Marshal Newland arrested long, feels now as if he would like to get him, hut in some way Belden got loose u chance at something thnt would help and ran. He darted down Depot street, to support him in his declining years. whon "Brother" fired his pistol to scare He therefore announces himself a candihim. Belden didn't scare, however.and date for jailer and if the party should a loot race ensued. Up Main street to gratify his ambition it will have the satthe Somerset pike they Hew, Belden isfaction of feeling that it has not made leading by several lengths. "Brother" n mistake. outwinded him though ami caught him am a candidate for jailer fciul resbefoio he got to the bridge. He started pectfully ask thu ashistanctrof tho demoto jail with him, hut did not get far ho am a democrat, have cratic voters. fore his brother, Jell' Belden, appeared been one all my life tmd this is my first on the sceuo with pistol in hand and detime to ask for office. I will greatly ap manded his brother's release. This gave preciate your vote. Duik Farmer. the other Belden courage nnd he began Mr. T.J. Hatcher received great en'to pull back nndjeik the marshal nbout. couragement in his race fur jailer yesterMr. Newland then summoned several day and he tells us Im it in tue-- fight to gentlemen to take him to jail nnd ho win. l'hero is no better democrat than went to Jeff Belden and arrested him. he, nor does any of tho candidates cced Tiny were bpth placed in jail, Nath on the olhco more than he does. the charge of disorderly conduct and Jell Primary Election August 5tn to Sett e Rep for interfering with an officer while inak resentative's Race. ing an arrest. This happened nbout 10 WE SHLL At a meeting of tho democratic county o'clock and about as much excitement committee called for tho purpose ut fixwas created ns could well be imagined ing a date for holding n primary election Not wanting to lay in jail over Sunday, to nomiuatu n candidate to represent Lincoln county in the next legislature, they requested a speedy trial, when it was agreed by the committee that saiu Judge Carson imposed a tine of $5 each election shall be held on tho 5th day of MOUNTAIN aud bade them go and sin no more. Tho August, 18'JII, from S a. .m. to 5 i. m. At brothers hnd just drawn $115 for their snid election all legal voters who have heretofore atlilliated with the democratwork and evideutly could not stand pros- ic party and are willing to support the perity. nominee shall be deemed qualified votLater. If tho judge hero had not ers, ns well as all minors who will be 21 W-A-TEIR, been eo clevurho would have saved the years of ago at the November election, who iiiteinl to vote tho democratic tick- Canary and Mocking Ih'rd Cages, Hanging Haskets, Flower Crocks. men further trouble. They went to Tho election shall be governed by Shelby City Sunday and what they did et. laws now regulating the holding of the New stock of Genuine Carbolic Sheep Dip. Prices reasonable. is told in our Danville letter. They primary elections wero arrested hero yesterday and taken B. It. Gentiiy, Chairman. J. A CuM'i'Ei.S Soo'y. thither for trial. We Mean to Reduce HUGHES & TATE. m SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL PAPER & ALABASTINE Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. iii Wo Bo M(IlMBEirlTO9 21 a. KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, i Dry n 4 t. . KIXTG PREWITT. 1 court-hous- e UO -ri m 1 '"a .J . SeveranCe & Son 1 rn 1 t3 RO -- The Gurney Refrigerator, TIIK WHITE f 1 ICE CREAM FREEZERS, COOLERS, McKINNEY BROS. i a AuIjO ' " w - Tf- JTT "T, 1 te ll T , to It I 4 head, loving but half forgotten A RISING AUTHOR. mates kissed again in front of her and "Come, saddle my horse," cried I to myself, the wreathes of countless defunct din"For work Is dono for the day: ners crowded nnd Jostled each other She Writes Eellghtrul Short Slorle twirl The flro fllckors. the) shadows fall. .Serials. right uuder her nose und e'es. And I must up and away." Mrs. Eva Wilder McGlnsson, a picture dTAKFORD, Ky., J USE 13, 1893 An old man passing gazed at tho &PLsnryL, Myself It was saddled my horso with speed. GVLcL cheery flower, and straightway thero of whose beautiful young faco accomWith bit and with brldlo, too. panies this sketch, has spent most of her arose before him a grassy field thickly And wtdo bo spread bis shining wings, dotted with its sisters, andin tho midst short life in Kentucky. And away through the night ho flew. WALTON. Iler literary W. of It he saw himself trying to fill his career commenced four years ago with Wo flow so fast that tho wind sang past, nrms with more of them than lie could dialect verse. Since- then she has written And tho night win left behind; carry. The old man sighed, for in that many delightful And we flow forth Into a summer day, : WORLD'S : short stories and two To tho friends I longed to find. moment ho saw how all through tho long years since then ho hud lecn load- novels. Her first novel was "Dinna'e AND AMERICAN RAILWAYS. And Fancy folded his shining- wings, ing himself with gold of nnother kind, Livery," published by tho Harpers. Thii And stood with drooping head; The Queen & Crescent Route, Idely known as I called their names, but they answered not; hardly moro lasting, only to have it the roid running the "Finest 'I rains in the South, They heard nd word I said. drop from his embrace as he reached lie IJ to carry everybody from the South is in the for more. I stood so near I saw them stir, (o the World's Fair at Chicago. No part of the I saw them speak and smile; And joined to this field was another, Scuthern country Is left uncared for by this great And no more than If I nod boon a dream in which a middle-age- d lady saw herrailway and its connections. The; Through Car Old they see ma nil tho while. self walking with n man she should System is an admirable exposition of the wonder-lhave married and did not The same put Fancy rustled his shining wings, capabilities of American railroading. From And I knew It was time to Hy; sun which brightened these pastures New Orleans Through Sleeping Cars run daily, Away wo fled, back into the night, morning and evening, carrjltif; its passengers by shone on tho lovely face of a maiden And through the starry sky. Louisville, as they maysdect. Cincinnati or bent over a bunch of ''dandies," nnd I sat before my Qro again. From Shreveport, VicVsburg and Jackson anoththe young man who saw tho drooping And It had not yet burned low, er Through Sleeping Car Liue comes to join and head woro crepe on his hat The mau So swift are Fancy's wings to fly become a part ol the magnificent Vestibuled whose arm was drawn through his had Wherever I wish to ga Through Trains, which, passing through Katharlho I'yle, in X. V. Independent a vision, too that of a baby (grown to and the famous Wills Valley of Alabama, a woman long ago) playing with tho is joined at Chattanooga by the,ttrain;from Jack, golden blossoms, but neither mentioned sonville, Fla , Urunswlck and Atlanta, Ga., oer what they saw. Then a womnn, dressed K'y, and proceeds north oer the K. T. .A-all too smartly, tripped along, and tho the beautiful Cincinnati Southern, through the frozen smilo 6n her painted face grandest natural scenfry amd most attractive hischanged to a natural sadness iu her torical country In the world, to Oakilate, where eyes fell on the dandelion, for it looked another magnificent Pullman Car is received, &t?z-z- k '. coming from the Richmond & Danville systjm at her with her mother's tender gaze. C&Lt from Charleston, S. C , through Columbia, S. C, Close behind her came a the beautiful French Uroad couutry, and Ashville girl, and a momentary snis. eva wiLDr.n m'glasson. X, C .and Knoxville, Term. 3'outh entered her heart, as she saw tho The time to Chicago is madpioasto afford the received immediato recognition and hna SUDDEN' fall face a similar flower had once beamed rrost convenient hours for departures ftoui the Next a jolly little darky a steady sale. Tho next was "An In w li e a - A under. and arrhals in Chicago. principal cities panic on the skipped by, and the lib on his tonguo-tl- p Earthly Paragon," a serial in Harper's Passengers can purchase tickets good oxer one died a natural death, for tho last Weekly, which fully sustained the board of trade. line ntrth of the river, and returning via another A man, rich but "goldio" he had seen had been clasped author's high standing, nnd, as a notable if they desire a xanablc route without extra an hour ago, in the hand of a little sister dead. critic has said, "settles her place as a charge. Or they canjgo sia Cincinnati, returning wandering the Then a careless son of the Emerald Isle first rank writer." This, in book form, via Louisville, or vice versa. Hound trip tickets on sale at redtized rates. streets in an dawdled across tho street, his "come- - will bo an nccoptnblo addition to the Agents of the Chicago lino will ou request assist agony, of de Sunda3'" pace and snccessful novels of tho year, a lookini; up rooms or accommodations for visitspair. Ever- carriage more in keeping with the svl- - Kentucky has been the scono of her ors to the Fair. ything gone. van scene which rose before him than stories in tho unworn, common features Everything that an almost perfect system can Money, credit, honor. Oh, for a sudden tho busy, crowded city The cheery of life jn that historic state. She admit devise to deserve the praise and patronage of the death blowl Rain came and he never whistle of "St Patrick's Day in tho to liking best "everydny tilings and or IIUSTONVILLK, KY., traveling public hac been provided. Any of the knew it Tho damp wind chilled him Mornin'," died on ids lips as he looked, dinary places, where nil tho women urn Agents of the companies named below will cheerto the bone and he never felt it. Night and, for a wonder, ho passed thr next not boautifnl, nor tho men gallant, nor fully give all possible information and assistance: fell and he did not miss tho daylight Scleitiflo AnerieM saloon without going in. The careworn tho horses blooded." In this sho has R. H. Garratt, New Orleans, La. T. Hardy, Aimlessly Aiescy he wandered on, thinkinc woman who met him at the door of his blnzed n new path in tho romance of Vicksburjr, Mis. J. R. McGregor, Iiirmingham, MtlT vaguely of his lost possessions, of hU house had been a merry maiden the Kentucky nnd ono that leads straight to Tk Fill i tk WwMIg Ala. E. T. Charlton, Chattanooga, Tenn. W. D. Following fame and fortune. Mrs. McGlasson is Cozatt, Junction City, Ky., or D. G.Edwards, ruined partner, of the girl he could not day that flower recalled. marry now. Then ho heard a church him closely came two Italian women, lovely in ersdii. Her faco is exquisitely Cincinnati, O. I from Iypnla ami A 'rendering Iffo iitlrmble, when Utw clock strike, and like a sudden vision and the eyes of both grew moist, and molded, glorious eyes illumine it, and rssaassslr l t J"ur lumd t came a thought of the mother who had tho baskets poised so firmly on top of her smilo is sweet and winning. Over .IF YOU ARE GOING.. taught him to pray. He had not the black braids trembled sadly. For a all thero is tho spell of fresh, unspoiled ; TNADB MARKS. thought of her teachings for years, but moment the dirty street gave plnco to a youth. oh Mr.i. K. Coijocitt iULf-DfllON PATENTS, r now, in nts nour or neeti, tney came glimpse of sunlit ocean and n breath of THK COPYRrOHTS, back, with gentle force, lie would country air. And the eyes of tho Ini'ortnfnrtnttlnnand froa Handbook writ to CONGRESS OF RELIGIONS, kUNN A CO- - 9l1 IlHoatjirr. Nisr Voiin enter the church and pra'. Perhaps dian woman, who stood on the corner for arurtti rstrnts In Atnrnn, OWrt will ipoednyramovn sill thU trnebtr, Is tirmif ht Iwrnm tho spirit of that loving mother who selling "sassafras" bark, tilled for a mo- Sirs, .lullis K. Slniion V lli'iirt'irnt the Ktrrr tnttrnt taken out br I enable ron to rat anil tlZgett jour fouU. the public If a notice stitch trvo of eharga In tb had died in full confidence that some ment with an expression of such bitter prevent hsvarlarhn anil Itupnrt an .ten. snrvJnyment of llfi to rhlch you hsrtA time the Good Shepherd would reclaim longing that a little child, passing near, Mrs. Julia K. Simp-othe Jewess Fbrfti atrangrr. Dose mall. I'rli, her dear black sheep whispered the grew afraid and shrunk away. U5 ranta. OlHce. 30 Park I'Utr. N. V. to tho wotnnn's branch of the JjsrBMtftntilntlon of any rnentlfle paper In tha thought to him. Who know,? One after another tho crowd hurried LOUISVILLt 4 NASHVILIC R. R. world's congress of religions. leftiro comnufiu. Mlu!Ull lllustrettNl. No lntllirrnt He was a Presbyterian if anything, by, and to almost every one the d.itide-Horain should tw without it. ing east to live wasa writer for tho DenTwirl llJOsix months. Aildrv and the church into which he crept was had a message to give. Merry I'L'j'Unutus JOl uroaasray, . Itew VutK Utr. Is the line for you, as its adorned with the crucifix everywhere, children, weary invalids, sad passion- ver and Chicago press, for which she did much good work principally in tho line DO YOU EXPECT but that did not matter now. A starv- ate souls, girls, despairMVER8 IIOLSK ing man hardly cares whether the ing men. thoughtless youths, over- of editorial and art criticism. As tho representative of tho Jewish TO BECOME A bread given him be white or brown. worked horses, homeless dogs, stray Make close connections at women's section of tho congress Mrs. For awhile he prayed as drowning men win "l Simpson has had an undertaking of no MOTHER ? - 4 I.OUISVILLE AudlCINOINNATI are supposed to pray, then tired nature small proportions in awakening interest yielded to the solemn, peaceful silence, W. CREEN, Prop. "5? For all points. in the principal cities of tiio statu and he fell nsleep. ffHROUOHtTlCKRTS SOLD. to get tho Jewish women to call When he awoke the body of the THROUGH ' Tin. tMr, whit HAGGAGE.CHECKKD run til'or with tht meeting nnd select tiu who are comchurch was still dark, but several black-robe- d w Mcr II .r haen supi lirj with For any information e.inuire of petent nnd willing to prejuiro imperii on priests were deckine tho bril JOES. HICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky A'Kcw Lot of IJorfea, Carriages, important subjects and act as delegates liantly lighted altar ready for the next W. W. PES'N. Trav. Pass. Acent. Buggies, Wagous, to tho religious congress. morning's early mass. Then, ere he Junction City, Ky WAKES CHILD BIRTH EASY. I'D could rise, a glorious voice swelled softnail U kctter Y nil , iuirf . s ppl tullic with than ( sa Mwttcat Lstui. ly forth: "Oh, rest in the Lord," it A.m NiUii, Lkbs upj is imjfJit ,-said: "Oil, rest in the Lord," over and " My wlfo suffcYed moro fn ten mlnutos IllflS OF ALL KINDS. over again with all possible shades of WTO mrj?k with her other children than hho did li i"i.i I'c.m nal aril p rniia.iii t , s'ocnta W(IJidj expression. "Rest," and he was so tocothor with her last, nftor huvitiK used I'lrt rs J no lurl..k. tired, so tired. "Wait patiently for four bottlos of MOTHHU'a FniEND," ! V. r.RKI.V. Schedule pec 18, 189J a.y o customer. Him," sang the angel, for so the wcarj', AI. IIUIINS. Mr.t,rr J'fopnnor I) A HI, Druci'lst, Carmi. III. llLNDhKVuN heartsick man had mentally styled the singer, although it was, in reality, only i;i0,r,, ' 'H) Y0U WANT T AD0,Vr A "Anr LKAVK NORTON' DAILY liJ. the new alto practicing tomorrow's, Javte you think thl Is n new ImalnrvA, "7;00 a m for Graham, Minefield, Pocahontas solo before the other choir members DRADFIELD REGULATOR CO , awmlmtr out tlli- on , It him n and all station. Flat Top and Pocahontas Diviscame. Tho word "patiently" troubled hnv IIkm rat sale i u cj'vowsts. Atlanta. Ga. ilone iK'forf, liuwivi-r- . but ions. funiWn-- 1 bi'ii ni niiirtlieonirlrmlMitnlfiM Roanoke, -J 12:04 noon, lor Hluefield, Radford, Also (via her and she sang it over again and i Uil one. i:irji)!n- will xiliii. "Weill WALKING I.N THK I'lKLI). Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. t again, while the ImI))' I over HtrP This man down ttiats the Koanoke) for Washington, Hagcrstewn, Harris-ourllttlo liluck hp Usrhlte riiifrutlnir can 1:10 pigeons, to all it Philadelphiaand New York. in the dusky corner drank in every cats, an-tj) 'nticiiv you butn fulnt Idea of tnueiijubilieoriRlrml, Pullman Sleeping Cars from Lou i 'o.).iU ri.ijj j.tiwq word. Yes, he would be patient. "Com- brought a bit of brightness. Hut the tolk via Norton and Ktdford; also Radlord York, via Shenandoah Junction, also R mit thy way unto Him, and trust in best thing it did wa-- the reconciliation aojj papriit sara Nev lord to Washington; also from Lynchburg to R Him," the sweet voice intoned, and it caud between two people who were '(! "Tis l,,lr I10!!! u, 3k!l;,JX tnond. much of the trust in the singer's heart "enjoying" their first quarrel. The beTrains lor Pocahontas, Powhatan", and m, i oj was somehow transmitted to that other ginning of it had been so small that leave Uluefield daily at 6 toa m,S30 a n!Wi,'.Ci )irs'ii' r'Minur.ixuiM uiiv.i p mand jo p m heart so fast losing its despair. And neither could tell what it vas, but it uc Leave Hluefield 6 to a m daily (or Kenovajand t.OMOiii'f; K hMi'Mp-while he listened, knowing now that had progressed finely, and now both Columbus, (). ArrlseColumlitisg i$pm oft riiii.n mcpi'i'l ni3iiiiiiij-- .( iry ju4 Additional trams for Welch and Intermediate had a bad case of heartache. Anil ui singer was human, the opening tutu iSSSRS f,J J ' kiuojiIuiA i nil ) stations on Elkhoin leive lljufcfiold i 05 p m and the I U I strain began again and passed with a they passed the waiting girl ltoth Otri I'LIB KaaYassftaisSl i'l.'.U . ".) .(ill U 5 10 p m daily. Trains arrive at Norton Iroin the Last; daily at glorious crescendo to the elosing words: thought of the bright .Juno day, not a 3ll,. alH ll)().1l) tlVOi ItMJVJ. IJJ!U til (1 40 p m and 5 ?o p m year ago, when ho hud asked the MUS. Jfl.l.V K. bIMISON. For further information as to schedules, rates, "And He shall give thee thy heart's deA Western At rnr'vto auents of W.B.HKVILL. sire." His heart's desire! His darling momentous question. Presently one of ".lewi.--h women," .Mrs. Simpson, Agnes! He did not think of the money ills hands touched hers, it might have "have never l)'en organized. They liavo ' Agt Hoanoke, a. Gen. Pas. now; he had no bitter feeling towards been by accident (but it wasn't), anil So that never got together or worked much in the man who in enriching himself had somehow It stayed there. is harder tho That is ruined so many; he only thought of his quarrel came to a premature end, and to churches. interested whyait body. Of them as the little flower had one good reason promised moth CHESAPEAKE & OHIO er. 1 wife and his they have their chanties and pp; 'ojoqiJiijiT joddfl 'i.no.wn hat heavenly strain had washed for its existence, should its usefulness coiifMisisterhoods, hut I mean they havo JTaBaaaSsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasaV An imjio 10 osn .kavp moi l their BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVaaavavaJ"-sall evil thoughts from his soul and ever be questioned. unnq siiij ptiH hijjtioui Hut tills time the wearer of the suect not held meetings like tho women in brought on its incoming tide all the no) joj ti))(M34 o; om posinto SaaaaaaaHsaCliSHBtttHLVnBaal the at- Christian churches. to good qualities, so long to OIUOSOJ(IIIOJ) v Philadelphia surface. Tho wandering hidden, had the little blossom began her, noticewoman- "Tlioy aro becoming interested, though. UAisr." and, everyone gave tention resheep which wn nrnniiso to semi to yon, trnnirpor-tutlo- n Baltimore, New York, like, she resented it Perhaps if she They have sent in tho names of their pulil The llttlo (Jarlinsr reft turned. a pillow, nnil la In Itin net of Jmwlnif off Its And alt other Eastern Cities. And all the while the tender voice had realized how many hearts the delegates, and with tho sanction of tho 'SH1N0N N31 Q3H31VU pink Miok, tho matoof which hiui t)e.u pullfxl ap- homely flower had softened and cheered central committee at Chicago havo wlt, S.'.r 1!"l.,l'.""f lu,l,, trliiniplmnt coo. Shortest Line between Louisville, Lextngtoo'and sang on. .Sang until tho choir, with Tho llosh tluwnro Eastern Points. ittul theevra follow much talk and laughter, entered by tho sho would noj have thrown it into the pointed ttiem. i you atnnil. Thecxnu jiu,in "Our committed are also endeavoring side door and the man passed out. middle of tho street, with the mental 1 IN EFFECT NOV. j. iSji ueryiroiiuctlonsor Sl.l. irreutl paiiitlntr of asseveration that she would "never, to mako a collection of traditional JewItla WiiiikIi itlm most ccieltrutcu or liuxlcrn Sang while he, buying a paper, discovpulnteiNof tmhy llfcn nro to Im gUen tn llsow) a dandelion in town again," ish bynagogical music, beginning as far EAST ROUND. Lve. Lexington ered that the market had changed never wear kiiii aiiiMeriuo 10 iivinonitt's Futnlly .Maim-- 1 Atlantic Express No. a, daily.. ,... '7 tepm but then how could sho know? Ethel back as jio&siblo and containing1 notes li,lh lh0 reproiluellon. cannot t Midland Accommodation, No 6. e Snn..iI.4Cum again and that, though he was no M. Colson, in Chicago Inter Ocean. tohl ;"r tlio nrlirliuil, which from relating to tlio authors of tho hymns. 8ifj. anl 6.10pm longer rich, he had still enough left to Vestibuled Express, No 14 daily .. nru the amo nlzn iI7t2J Inchr-i- l. The Imhy U Wo hope to mako this a very interesting Ml. Sterling Accutn , No. a8, ex Suu begin life again. Sang till the leader life tiu iiml iitisniiitcly Illclll.o. We U1U0 Ho In preimmtlon, to nemnt (o our .Infer Yi'.nrm's Troirrln. volume nnd think of publishing about called the choir to order and the owner WEST ROUND Arr. Lexington: ilurlnir other srreut tilt tun shy Some pattriots needs the tonnick of 1,000 copies" woke from tho ecstasy which possessed o Lexington Accom., No 17, ex Sun .. .. 7.55am HirUII..1Ullll mi 7"v offis. ......, ...v ,,11,11 iiuu iuuithiii lllllllllliri.tr Louisville Express No. 21, dally 11.40pm iter to find that her evident enjoyment In addition to tho work as state deleworiu-lilts Lexington Accotn. No. .15, ex Sun 4 15pm 'Taint alius a good sine when a mar- gate for tho religious congress Mrs. ",."; """"! two oJlHliiiiles or Pun. weilM liiriiiir tho past cur. " A S'h nl of wluU 6. 10pm of her own music was furnishing great Vestibuled Express No: 33, daily ried man is anxious to join tho army Simpson has also formed a separata o amusement for the other singers. iT' l"!',1 by tli.i ' " ,l,liirintkiiii ittn' Solid Vestibuled Trains with Dining Cars. No ni vui to secure representation in tho CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. iou will seo She did not know why she was so and fito for his country. whnt otirpniiiitc mran. bus tranfers The nation that eats the American woman's department of tho Now York aaamaaaaaaaai wmmmammmmm mmmmu saaaaaaaaaaaM ThOSOWlin Hllll4i.rllM, fhTlnmnMjIt. r...n.n Through Sleepers from I.exit.glon without hlissfulry happy. She never knew about Mnimzino for Isai s III rKii'citw ciillrrv ir . got to raw. clianee. philanthropic and inducfrial Jewish in- A SURE and CERTAIN CURE the beauty iter friends no- eagle has a good eat him spangle C.F.. RVAN, nulaltii works of nrt of irrtt value, beslilo a H.W. FULLFR. deal of to tho stitutions. There's ticed from that time on; she never nttaiLj.iiitJ iiiiiL runitJir iw wnui it Ass't Gen. PaM.Agt., Gen. Pass. Agt, known for IS ysars as the BEST any In star spangled banner. Washington, D inn worm ror us iK'nutlful lllimtrnt ons and Cincinnati. knew who sent the flowers she found Tho subject of tho paper leforo tho REMEDY FOR PILE8. Buuji.xiniiiiicr.uiar. win krepoicrjone mmU There Is times when the godess ov congress will lo "Women and Wage--1 Trrpsna b RlflURIINO HKDICIJIK CO., ST. toni. 11I on n lying in her place on tho music rack tho topic, or tho day, nnd all this uiU iiml ilUTurunt Heum or Interest ulxiut tba next morning; sho never knew that one libbcrtj' gits a mite too frisky for a gal workers, With bpecial Heferenco to Dihiuiiliolil, Ouwtm( furnUhliiff Intcivstlnir man blessed her memory many times a ov her age. ksuu recting Immigrants." reuitlnir ma tier, both irrnvo and nay. for tho BUST U QliUTT. When a congressman gits to makin' host is qtmiiTT. Wr,ol,. day long after that hour in tho quiet """: "! while Demerol's Is not Mrs. Simpson hopes, liko others, that MSB t AMU a f.Li!ilnii Mdiriizlnp, Its faslilnii paireaareper-feci- , love to the godess of libberty, he talks this congress may result in a permanent church liad faded to a dream-likrecmi,l werlve you.rre of cf,all theMit-tiTiiyoiisvbli to usn ilurlnir tho rear, and Sho never lenew she had bunkum. ollection. beof Jewish women, as la liny slio you choono. Send In your subPolitlshans ain't heroes and vesy organizationmuch good might comesho saved a soul. ACBOTirORD lieves that from scription nt once, only 2. anU you will reully versy. irct orer $a In value. AcMrfss the publisher. broadening and educating effects of STlVtlO POIKT A starvin' man in this country ought tho U. Jennings Drmorcst, 13 Kut 11th St,, New Sho had just eomo back from the such meetings. ork. If you nru iiiiiiciiualnteil with th "sunny south" and pinned at her collar to bo unconstitushunal. u.ijiiKinv, nonU 10 ccuu Xoru spocliaeD copr Somo treated The Amerlkln eagel was hatched on gress subjects to beof tho in tho conwas a great yellow dandelion, the l eFCK6C83C:6v Jewish aro: "Influenco cheeriest, most joyous of flowers, which the Fourth of July. Detroit Free Press. ITUI on tho Homo," 'Charity as Taught !t would bo so popular if only each separ-at- o She "Hero, Linn, take these, postal by Mosaic Laws," "Women In tho SynatJKCIIVllriBtTWil blossom had a money value of half rnuslo for fUUIMOCrjknofl StOARDtflfr piUBS, lull Ue, cards and drop them in tho nearest let- gogue," "How Can Nations llo Influ$51 OiUU emus, no icly ltl),t.lll(lkt forty a dollar. And as she stood waiting for WtfiNUT funtnoRUonrj tn l( A (il.ullj. siiu- - u.usluninl tllll IHllw ter Imj.y." He "What, j'ou are going to enced to Protest or Even Interfere In iii.il iinrL liin ' iiaruiMi biimikiiuk uiiu vuviii iiisiruuieiiiAi a car most of the passers-bglanced, if TOE NOJCTnWBT MUtlUtl Of. piccos,.iii tuueii up in inu must uieKaiu runu-- ; send that girl three whole blocks for Caoeti of Persecution?" "Woman's Place Has led all Worm no more, at the little flower-sun- , and ktN inur, liicl"i,lliiii four Urea tzu Remedies. V rniuiiLiiii.uiu.inii.iiaijcor; portrniU. Tin, gasCPond J mi ruilerowskl tho visions they saw in it were piled tho sake of a few postal cards! That's In Charitable Work What It Is and cwcaoo . IlL EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Oiiiarvii u tpi.tiiist: Aiieiia I'ntti, nml Mrs. you may bring What It Should Be," nnd "Jewish Wom5S Hum lliiiirlcmilt. tlio niiiiulnr liAHiitr. high around the unconscious girl. not fair. Here, Linn, C5en1piaiTra AgT. Ad. g ilrein all orders to NKW VOllli MUMCAI, SOLT EVERYWHEUK. en of Biblical and Mediiuval Days to Ghosts of WxXvranufiiwiunic) people looked over me a jug of beer at the same time." uruaawa7 Tuuutra Uulldlnit, N. V. ' rrftrtd f ntCHiUDSOX HCDKISK CO,, ST. LOriS. OlICACO 1500." Fannik Fitzgerald. her shoulder, old lovers mot abovo her Fllegendo Blaettcr. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal FANCY'S FLIGHT. play- W.tf jr 'fas&VvlL fa?&, P. THE FAIR, - ul Hirm-ingha- m ry sad-face- d, worn-lookin- g G&. jmavue&CZT &CZA2AiZZa6 t- LL w&c&Ztte&Z trr 7c 6 Jt.i4'U&s'- - 'o ?tc7?uus 6.sz& 5e, day-go-da- God-sen- d JiMES t Why do you tuffer 8lck-I1rlsch, FB1TK, nk I ftrj NORTH WEST, Tunrs ; Tiny Liver Pills . 1 KalasPVIATt. JRlJkM tiarr-s11 XI tJ .,. A 1 1 1 a n, del-egat- o ftitniiih Jtowinm u Double Daily Trains light-hearte- d LI VERY STABLE - V- 4 suili-cie- nt 'Mothers' Friend" D4n4-;r1 i 1 P - NWHorttiWesfernHJl $g& '$fcsri K1UHT-CLAS- S ' , ttTTMrtlBlJ3.H - uMlU-ntlo- r - g, .soul-stir- awi'i-ifk- city-boun- d s Good-wi- ll .s j l - tM 1 lk Rail-waiio- ' 9ldl93d.a3.lJ.MS i' tllS K-- long-dea- d 't RAILWAY. Washington, I s ! av-- u 1 iimiu-rwiH-n- . TABLERSPII C BUCKEYELiLC I ct lKs-l- , -, OINTMENT .i.-i- 1.- com-mitte- ''"U-oOnlil- a new-bor- n 11 aw I e Dpop USA f WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS H Ro-ligi- LINE VERMIFUGE y 1 long-'lea- d cssoacssooxssaai i" . . : .iU yfc fit. 3F Ts- - tf 017K COUNTKY'S FLAG. Million Children to Colobruto tho Nntnl Day of Old alory. What tba Stara anil htrlpes Mfim Why We CUtr for lleil, Willi and lllue Itutasul of 1'luk autl Yellow for lusltincci. ICOPrilinilT, IKM 1 In fully onchnlf of the public achools of the country next Weilnes-du- y will he observed usthonnnlversnry of the adoption 'of tho United State h flajf. On Juno 14, 1777, tlu congress of the thirteen orlfjliml Mutes hitting In l'lillmlolphlti adopted the first common Auicricnu ensign, one which with u minor change in the stars of the "union" In identical with our present national Imnucr. About five or six yearn ago public schools in the old commonwealth of Mussuchusett, at the Niiggubtiou of the board of education, began to celebrate the anniversary, nomo hlmply with recitations and declamation, other with appropriate historical papers, processions and hinging of patriotic sougw. From the Old . 1 si B UNCI.K HAM' In n Thirteen Mart white clrc, KIIHT Kt.AO union bit tar.H i with IUy Rtt the Innovation spread rapidly through the New Kngjand states until now It has become a practice, and almont nil the district and many of the prlruto New Kugland vhoolt commemorate the day in one way or another. Many of the western and some of thr southern states olllclally rccog-nixthe day. Individual teachers in other htntes proceed on their own Initiative and puy tribute In a diversity of manners to the occasion, many of them receiving assistance from local posts of the (iruiul Army of the Republic. Eurly in June, 1777, while wild rumors of an invasion fiom Canada by an Immense army under llurgoyne and of a movement by Lord Howe on the Quaker City Itself were circulating, a committee was appointed to study designs for a national Hag Concerning the membership of this committee Still this Utile Is actually known. much id history, that stern old John A di ins, the austere Puritan of whilom Massachusetts bay colony, was Its maso preferred to blue, as it was more Jlstlnct at a distance, for which reason red was chosen as the color of tho topmost stripe, and consequently of the lowermost also. Sewn htripes are red and six are white. Tho first and the thirteenth stripes, both red, represent New Hampshire and (leorgiu. Georgia's stripe, however, is considerably longer than New Hampshire's, ns It runs the fidl length of the flag, while New Hampshire's begins at the outer border of the union. The presence of the stars in the Washington arms Is thought by some to cxplnin the choice of stars ns one of the symbols of tho republic, but this view is ordinarily rejected. Another explanation is that when blue was assigned as the color of the union (red in nnd white having already beenu'-etho stripes) and It was required to have thirteen symlolic figures in the blue, stars were taken as the most appropriate to appear In a blue field. The Idue was allegorieally said to re pre sent the night of affliction then shrouding the nation, relieved by thirteen stars of hope. In the first flag the stars were arranged as the circumference of a circle, to typify the endless duration of the new nation. The union was made square and was brought down to the eighth stripe that its blue might show against the contrasting white of that stripe. Orange, white and blue were the colors of the old Dutch republic of the preceding century and appeared on the banners of the New York regiments. lly a simple change of the first they were made Into our national colors. Fifteen years later the same colors were chosen to represent the new French republic, and red was then held to represent the blood of patriots, whjle the purity of patriotism und blue the smiles of Heaven Though the national flag was udoptediin June, formal announcement and flying of it was postponed-uutl- l ,vas d .September 3. The first public use was made by bold l'uul Jones, who ran it up to the masthead of his staunch brig the Hanger, at Portsmouth, and put to sea ut once to prove himself a terror to Knglish merchant shipping Since that fateful April morning at Concord little moie than two years before, the patriots had fought under a multiplicity of flags. Nearly every colon v had from one to four or fhe sets of fr ft n.Afl Illlur ported on January 2, 1817, but was laid on the table. Early in the following year a bill to the same effect,, with the exception of the nrrangement of the stars, was submitted nnd passed and was approved by President Monroe on April I, 1818. This ling, containing seventy stars in parallel lines, wa lydstcd on the flag staff of the hall of representatives nine days later, although Its legal life was to begin on the following Independence day. For some time tho manner of arranging the stars varied, in thu flags of the navy and in state banners stars were Invariably arranged in parallels, but the war deportment onllnnrlty chost to form them Into one large star. Uncle .Snm's revenue ling always excites inquiries from those who sec It for the llrst time. It is comparatively of small sl.e nnd is made up of sixteen alternative red and white stripes vertically ranged und a white union with the national eagle and stars in dark bine. Tho extra stripes arc representative of Vermont, Kentucky and Tennessee, the last state having been added in 1700, or three years before the revenue ensign was adopted. Tc Oliver Woleott, secretary of the treasury under John Adams, is usually given the credit of devising the revenue Aug. The president's flag consists of the national arms on a blue field. That of the secretary of the navy is handsome, appropriate and unique, as it is composed of four large white stars and a white foul anchor on a navy blue field; It is plainly discernible at a distance. The flags of an admiral and a are blue fields with four und three large white stars, respectively. A flies a blue field with two white stars, though there are also flags with red and white fields, the stars in tin white field being blue. Commodores sport broad pennu.its with single stars, the fields being blue, white and red nnd the stars white except the one on a white field, which Is blue. On occasions requiring an indication of seniority, a small blue triangle is shown. The flag of the lighthouse service Is a long white triangle with a red border and a blue lighthouse on the white field The American yacht Hag, adopted August 7, IMS, is like the national ensign with tho substitution of a foul anchor, in a circle of thirteen stars, for the forty-eigh- t stars of the national one. The church pennant of the I'nlted Mntes navy is a very narrow white triangle bearing a stocky blue Greek cross. Quarantine stations float a plain yellow field. vice-admiral rear-admirrear-admiral- s' DRESSMAKING AT HOME. A Eorvlcoablo Flannol'DreBa J three famous autographs. Queen Vict or In, Queen Isabella and Mrs. Grover Cleveland. The autograph hunter is rampant at THE ADVOCATE CcmeJ to jou every oilier dajr in the year lot only $y The cheapest and beat paper in Kentucky 50c Rets it three momhi. Schoolgirl. An Exceptionally for a Whn Good .Model for Tlione Wish to Enlarge an Out- (ironn down Too Good to Ijiy Aside. ! Fig Tho accompanying sketch seen In 1 illustrates a very pretty nnd sti'lish dress for a schoolgirl. It is of mixed bluo and brown flan nel suiting with AUdreu Tmk Advocatr, Danville, Ky. the world's fair. of all tho There nre tho autographs queens of England in one grand collec- tion, and the autographs of nil tho T. HATCHER queens of all the other countries in anIt a Candidate fr Jailer of Lincoln county and other. Queen Victoria's handwriting aikihii friends lint to commit themselves to any is of the sedate, quiet type not at all one else. Mis candidacy 11 subject to the action ot such ns you would expect a ruler to the Democratic party. write. Miss Campbell, whoso business it is ....NEW LINE OK.. ' to point out the pictures of the queens of England in the assembly hall of tho Spring Summer milWoman's building, sayj that when linery J. and xmWttw! mm IlP'il cloth; the former is used lor tne JJulMportlon ," the sleeves nnd bell skirt, while tliu latter is used for thc yoke, sleeve caps.cuffs We ladies ' klcntliatsho wouId cvcr ottaln Just th(j thron(j of EnKlftml she was taught Jnerely thc ..youuo. iaily's hand" of tho period. In those days angular hand- ad nQ received and read- - eeit. MISSLICCIE IIEAZLEY'St for Inspection. Call anil Stanford, Ky 2nvfvJa sins, CLEVELAND J OJ". Z'Jxr AT 1 HK 9 At'TOOUAl'll AOK OP Kiunr. MILLINERY. I have returned from the cities with ajuice Jllnu ol Millinery which I will sell for a small proht. Goods leftover, an fresh as this season's goods, from last season, I will sell at nnd foot-ban- d, each of which is finished w I t h a row of scallops which are cut on thc edge of the goods and ! no. 1. school DitKss. of brown gimp, following the edge near the scallops, nnd brown or blue ribbons nt the neck nnd waist complete tho decoration. The model is nn exceptionally useful one for those who wish to enlarge and lengthen an outgrown dress which Every is too good to lay aside. sleeves part of the and skirt may be lengthened, and yet have no appearance of being "pieced" or made over. Any pretty wool goods thtit can be pinked without fraying out, may be used Instead of the ladies' cloth, and velvet ribbon, braid or silk or wool feather stitching might dress-waist, afterwards' pinked. A row i writing was unknown, and Miss Victoria's fist was very round and as small as fine could mako it with the quill given her to wield. Autograph hunters nre not permit ted to steal the famous specimens in this exhibit. They may, however, ou see mike a fae simile of them. collectors all around tlie room stretcn-in- g their pieces of tissue paper over the glass which covers tho originals them with delicate and copying strokes. Mrs. Cleveland's COST FOR CASH ONLY. The reason J do this is to reduce my stock of goods so I will be aole to sell out my business at the first opportunity. I cordially invite the ladies to call and examine my goods. I aUo ollcit a hare of their patron age. MRS.I.M. BKUCK, sianiora, s.y. 9 T ter spirit. Aftr numerous sessions, during which the banner of rurlotn colonies and the representations of the larger colonies iti the continental nnny were or TIIK M.CIIKTAIIV OK flcM anil whlto author ami NVV. start carefully scrutinized, the committee made its report on the memorable 14th of June, the coming anniverrary of the brilliant NajKileonic victories of Marengo mill Fricdlaud und of the birth Some Virginia regiments of ilurrict lteecher Mown It recommended. "That the flag of the thirteen I'nlted States be thliteen strijH's, alternate red and white, that the union be thirg teen stars, white in a blue field, a new constellation." This report was accepted unanimously and w Ithout discussion A sample flag was made at once of silk and was displayed In congress The blue union was made square, reaching to repie-nentin- i ii "UNION" OK OIH lMlrKVT t S. 11 I. tho eighth stripe. Its thirteen stars were arranged as the circumference of a circle. Hceonjs of the session of the flag committee are wanting and consequently some jmlnts about the details of our national ensign aie matters open to, question, though most were explained by subsequent statements. It is interesting to study the flag In detail and to learn the known or the ' surmised reasons for each detail. Just why the stripes were chosen as tho main symbols of the banner of the new republic is a problem for which ' 'various solutions have been offered. One explanation that is brought forward is the fact that stripes (and stars also) are prominent feutmes of the of tho Washington family, but those who understand the spirit of '70 believe that a family had little influence witli stern old John Adnuo and thu continental congress. It Is more probable that stripes were selected as a dual compliment to New York and tho Dutch republic. Tho Now York soldiers In tho continental army were lighting under an ensign consisting of three broad horizontal stripes similar in position, size and color to tho stripes of the flag of thu most heroic and conspicuous republic of modern times prior to 1770, or tho United Provinces of tho Netherlands, ordimirily known as tho "Dutch republic." Most of tho early settlers of New York were Dutch, hence tho copying of the Dutch flag. Thu choice of stripes wabu compliment to republican principles and a graceful tribute to tho large New York force in the army, n contingent then discouraged by tho long occupation of New York city by Lord Howomid by the coining luvasion of Oon. llurgoyno. The number of thirteu stripes wns chosen us symbolic of tho "thirteen states. Contrasting colors, 1. e., whlto with eilher blue or red, were necessary lor the colors of the stripes, and red coat-of-ancoat-of-an- carried flags with Indian characters. The palmetto appeared on the Carolina banner. A few bodies of southern troops carried a blue field with u white crescent. Stripes of orange, white and blue, with or without a beaver, flew above New Yorkers. The Connecticut men lined up under the folds of an ensign; showing three grapevines a ml " the colony's mot to: "(,"' trantulit For a time some Massachusetts forces displayed a white flag marked with a green pine tree nnd the inscription1 "An Appeal to Heaven.' Commodore l'sek Hopkins putting to sea early In February. 1770. with the first revolutionary fleet, threw out to the a flarlug winds of the yellow banner marked with a eoiled Later he used one of rattlesnake. thirteen alternate red and white stripes w ith the red and white cros.esof St George and St. Andrew charged on a blue canton" or square In the upper and Inner corner. The flag as accepted on June H, t777, was first flown on land during the campaign resulting In tho capture of Phl'.idelphiu by Howe a short time alter the first public display of the flag From that time it was the recognized ensign of the republic until May 1. 17U.V The number of stars and that of stripes were each increased on that date to fifteen. Senator Hradley, of the new state of Vermont, having brought about this change. The two additional stripes were emblematic of Vermont and Kentucky The enlarged flag was the one which so often floated victoriously on the high seas from the frigates of Hull and Mew ait in the war of lM'J. From time to time new states were admitted to full membership in the republic, but the flag of 17Wi remained nurti-ntt.mid-Atlnnt- ie In the army there are fewer variations of the flag, but more ornamentation and more inscriptions and figures. The garrison flag is SOx'JO feet, the storm flag J0xl0, and the recruiting 'J feet inches by 4 feet 4 Inches. I'aeh regiment has two sets of colors, the national and the regimental. The latter is of the distinctive color of the branch of the service to which the regiment belongs, the artillery having yellow, the infantry blue and the cavalry red. During March, I Mil, the confederate congress, which was sitting at Montgomery, Ala., adopted the historic "stars and bars " This was an ensign consisting of three horizontal bars, red, white and red. with blue union charged with nine white stars arranged in a circle. A variation of this was adopted as a battle flag in September. 101, and consisted of n led field charged with a blue saltier with u narrow border of white, on which In saltier shone thirteen white stu,M 1MU this battle ling was followed by one with a white field, having the battle flag as its union. Hut the MS flag was so often mistaken for one of truce that early In "OS It was caUed in und a substitute was given out having an outer vertical bar of red, but otherwise the same as the confederate banner of lN'..t. This last was the flag that covered the followers of Gen. Kirby Smith, when they surrendered '. b.-in- ou May SO. 105. Ds.Niri. 1). Iliimn.i.. lth .Murf - NAPOLEON l AT CARDS. ln I'ullcii Afi APPEAL TOHCAVEN There is the story quoted by Cavendish from the "Diaries of a Lady of Quality," "that Napoleon played whist ut Wurtemberg, but not for money, and that he played with a bad conception of the game, and without adequate attention." One evening, when the queen dowager was playing with him against her husband and her daughter (the queen of Westphalia, the wife of Jerome) the king stopped Napoleon, who was taking up a trick that belonged to them, saying: "Sire, on ne joue pas iei en conquemnt." The emperor's habits varied little after his abdication, save that he had to play with less waited peixuiage, than crowned heads, ami that ho showed greater irritation at failure. An old naval friend of Cupt. Denham lived in u house a mile or two out of James Town, St. Helena, nnd from the captain came the narrative of the incident which Crocker recounted to Peel. After dinner in came Napoleon to play a KiiiiHTor I't.i.vrd T'iniT TIimii (liui'i', riNi: tiiki: Wbtte Held, creeu ri..o. pints uudletteririR without change. In 1S10, on tho, admission of Indiana, congress appointed u committee to inquire Into the propriety of nltering it. Tho nuval distinguished Held, CnpL hero, the for his shifty defense of brig Armstrong against a superior Hritlsh foico in tho Uoads of Fnyal in 1814, advocated before tho committee thc reduction of tho number of stripes to thirteen nnd the adoption of a number of stars equal to tho number of states, formed into tho shape of one largo star. Hor also advocated tho addition of a on tho Fourth of July next following the admission of a new state. A bill embodying his suggestions was re- new-sta- quiet rubber. Tin old gentleman was unable to join in the p'irty on account of an attack of gout, but his two daughters, the captain, and the fallen emperor made up the set. The great man tool; out four napoleons, for use us markers when one of the young ladles took up one of the coins, and asked him, presumably in innocence, what the coin was. The "polite hero" snatched it rathervoughly from her, and pointing to the impression, exclaimed: "C est caused by this moi." Tho unnoj-nncincident milled him so much that he o made u misdeal. The party begged him to try again, und he did so with the same result. His countenance then showed the nigts of convulsive fury, and his anger wns not appeased until the houo had been searched for old curds which could bo more easily dealt. Meantime tho unhappy Count las Cases, his only attendant, was ordered to sit down at a sparo table to play the cards ulone until they Ehould run smoothly, Temple Uurt wrote her name Frances Folsom CleveuMcr.a, C7. land." Hut lately she has dropped her P)TlCUI5Vlltt MlWAHAITtaCHICAtoftTCiar middle name and writes it simply "Frances Cleveland." She dropped tho middle patronymic because it proved THE POPULAR AND DIRECT a serious drain upon her time to write LINE TO so lengthy o name many times a day. Her writing now is of the big, fnshion-abl- e type. In the Woman's building ,.And. you can always see a crowd of girls uround Mrs. Cleveland's autograph, poV&s KIG. 2. TRIMMING. copying it and no doubt studying how liOl'llLE they can alter their own chirogruphy be substituted for the gimp. If the to match. scallops of the fall over or Queen Isabella's autograph attracts do not in place, a tiny stitch, much attention. It is a queer signaloosely drawn through the skirt, at ture. It looks as if Isabella might have Visitors, remember tho Monon is the line, with the beginning of each little pinked out Vestibulfd Trains, Dining Cars, r'alace Chair scallop, will invisibly secure them. A Cars, Pullman Buffet Sl'epors, ii lowest rate. red nnd black striped flannel dress reFor information addirss modeled after this design had acesso-rie- s IAS. BARKER, O. P. A , Chicago. ISAllbLLA'S ACrOUIIAI'lI. cut from a worn black cloth cape. st'KEN W. G. CRUSH.jD. P. A., Louisville Fig. 2 shows how, with very pleasing Wen crazy with joj at thc discovery of effect, a row of needlework in red the new world and unable to control fuddler's silk replaced the gimp in the her hand when she wrote. design. As will be seen a stralgnt row Students in graphology wax very enis first worked, thusiastic over these handwritings. The ir.st Celebrated Eye, Ear, of double oross-stltcNose, I hroat and Lnronic Disthen, along each edge, three long They say that, though the combinastitches diverge from every alternate tions are dissimilar, the strokes are ease Specialist in the State. crossing and two short stitches con- identical, and that all three of these verge from each of thc others to form famous women show strength, sincerithe little squares between. As there ty and ambition in their handwritings. ssisssssssssQsisssssssMR. were no ribbons for this dress, a row tV sibLLsisssssst!? SHIIELD. S tho needle-worof ornamented the asisssssssssssK-A collar, and the belt which was slightly An A iiiiriiiirl.it e imil rueful I'rcHiuit for a "" 1 pointed in front, and the completed Gruth'in m. garment was very bright and jaunty, The front of this ta.sty article is made much prettier than many really new of quilL'd satin, of any color preferred. VP ones of equally good material. Ameritliougn ulaclt is can Agriculturist. considered in best taste. Tho APPLE CHARLOTTE. lining is either d An lnrimlvr Dcnorrl. II.iillj .llaiir mid white or .sisssHsissssssssssBlV Nrry r.ilut.ihlc. surah or sslsssssssssssssssssssssssssW i'"V This is a simple, inexpensive dessert China silk, and which is a great favorite in French there is an Interhomes. The very simplicity of the in- lining of cotton gredients would lead many people to wadding. T h e . believe that it cannot be good. but this is collar should have an interiar irom mr case. iskc say nine nice stewing apples. Core and slice them. lining of canvas, Add the grated peel of half a lemon, but can be omit-te- d risisssssssWsisssCtMnr two tablespoons of butter and half a altogether, cup of sugar. Put the ingredients in as it is apt to MIIF.I.U. cn,.,l, a saucepan, add the juice of a lemon tle. with u gill of water. Let the tipples The edges aro neatly hemmed, or cook for about fifteen minutes over the bound with narrow ribbon the color of J. APPLEMAN M. D. A the front, and the shield is held in tire. mold. Take a three-pin- t THE CELEBRATED charlotte russe mold is best for the place by straps of ribbon, one of which purpose, but a tin pail will do. Grease lias a small buckle on the end. the mold thoroughly. Cut slices of The shield should be nine inches bread about the thickness wide and twelve inches long, and reFormer!) l'tolessor of Practice of Medicine, of n silver dollar. Ueinove the crust. quires twenty-fou- r inches of satin half Fit theo even slices into the mold, a yard w hie, and the same amount of Electrical Medical College, their edges to overlap each oth- lining silk. Farm and Fireside. TORONTO, CANADA, er a little, llrush them with melted Aliiile sjiu-kNi. Examining Ph)iuan of the butter. Dredge them with sugar and Apple sauce Is frequently served with fill the mold with the prepared apple. Southern Medical Institute, Cover the charlotte with slices of bread roast pork and with roast duck. It is, dipped in butter and dredged with however, good with bread and butter LOUISVILLE, KV. s of for luncheon, or with cream and sugar sugar and bake It for for desert. One way tojnake it require Will be at Myers House, Stanford an hour in a hot oven. Hnvo a hot Tuesday, June 20, one platter ready. Lay it over the top of tho use of a littto butter. Take sour apples, peel and core them. theino'd Turn It over and lift off day only. of water 1th four the mold. Serve the dessert with a Stew them in a pintsugar and w a enp-in- g Returning eery four weeks during the) ear. tnblespoonfuls of little quinec or upricot marmalade. graduattcf Ilellcvue tei.spoon of butter. Stew .hern al Dr. Applenun is aNew ork City, and HospitN. Y. Tribune. ElecMedVal College, until they aro soft enough for sauce. trical Medical College, Toronto, Cuada. the has He 'IVxtlnj; tjii Oven fur Cnk. Tiade a special study ot the diseasts he treated id A little cinnamon adds a plcti-uu- t In baking cake the greatest caro flavor, and those who are fond of nut- the great lUIIevue and Charity Hospital lor years und recognirrknosuperior in diagnosine should be taken to guard against too meg often use it in the sauce. He devotes all and trcitmi; Chronic DiscaM-his time to the treatment of chroni. and nervous great heat in the oven. A layer of Drill lou l.emoiiuilr. diseases of both sexct and his skill as ,in expert Hi sand on the bottom of the oven about If you want a really excellent lemon- this class of t.ates is u ell rstahlihLd Treats and half an inch thick is a safeguard ade, do not depend upon guessing. To against burning on thu bottom. If every quart of water use throe lemons Cures tlie general heat is too great the cako and thu rind of one, taking caro to Acute and Chronic Catarrh. Ringing in Ears will burn or crack ou the top beforo peel tho rind very thin, using nothing Dealniss, Diseases of It can bake properly. If tho oven is but tho yellow outside. Cut this In Lung', Kidney, Urm.irvhe, Ear, Nose, Throat and Bladder troubles. will not rise pieces and put with juice and powdered not hot enough tho cako Brunt's Discasp, Dubctvf, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism aud Paralysis, Epilepsy or properly. A safe test of tho heat is to sugar in a jug or jar with n cover, Fits positively cured. put a spoonful of the cake dough or using two ounces of sugar to every Youni; or middle aged l'Jen sufTcrlnK from Impotent.)', batter on a bit of buttered paper and quart. Heat the water as for tea, then errors or excesses, should Eruptions, theisresults o. cull beloto It too latR. slip it into tho oven. This may bo pour it over tho lemon and sugar. vv'e gutHlitee a cure if cae his not gone too far. Superfluous h.nr and all eruptions cf thc (uca done during the final mixing of tho Cover nt once; thou let it get cold, add permanently removed. cake, so that it will not have to stand ice and serve. oven. If tho after It is ready for thu m Iclnc;. A little cake bakes evenly nnd quickly, As Syphilis, Scrofula, Striture, Gleet, etc, Here Is a new icing which goes well without burning at the edges, tho heat cured by never failing remedies is right and tho largo cake may be put with rich cakes or pastry: Take soma Diseases of women, such as Lrucorrhea, r.ilulul warm water and stir into it equal por- Minstruation, Displacement of Womb, lit Ing In the oven. An experienced buker alback, relieved In short ways knows the varying temperatures tions of ground sweet almonds and fine uuwn pains id carries nil his portab e time. Instruments The Doctor sugar, using sufllcient of theso and comes prepared to examine the most obscure of tlie oven, and takes caro that tho castor and sjrgical cases medical oven is right before tho cake Is begun. ipgrcdlents to mako n'n icing sufficientHe undertakes no incurable diseases but ly stiff to remain on tho goods when given up to die. n .lokclrt. An sprend; add, while stirring in tho 1 like thy face, "Hither, fair maiden! CONSULTATION FREE almonds and sugar, orange-flowe- r waand fain would kiss it" ter to give a full flavor. Of course, tho And Confideo la'. Address "Tbnnk thee, kindly; but, to bo most Icing may bo colored anj' shado or tint J. S. APPLEMAN, M.D., truthful, I caro not for thy cheek." desired. Call it "Alexandra almond Louisville, Ky, Trutlu Icing." SkiiSWaSSSsaE autograph is hero sought in fuc simile as much ns though Livery, Feed & Sale Stable, she were a queen and wore a crown MCKINNEY, KY. with n Kohinoor for a setting. Uir auWe have formed a partnership at d have suptographs have been preserved from tho plied cur stable with time she was eight years old and began In thoso days sho New Horses, Buggies, Wagons, to go to school. to wrote her name "Frankie A. Folsom." Ac. Special attention rigs the traveling public. allowed to leave our Nf thins Herwritlng at the ape of fourteen wns stable. but very patchy und had tho uncertain look of one struggling to acquire a fine fashTAKE THE.. ionable hand and had not yet quite mcmferjKxtxrtvrr-niirirrwxrKxamastered the first principles. . fl l it I siiH W .. sw k7l n h n n n J. siHUu a .! IL After her marriage Mrs. Cleveland first-class ALFORD & M'AFEE, w mT w IB JlllkllHiaiVlIillW 1 1 siiiiiiiiiiiih CltOSS-STlTC- II wausT foot-ban- d WORLD'S FAIR j?3 h k FULL-DRES- 1 SSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSfaAAi JslsssssssssssssEslssssssssssssssssssssssPiKsW cream-colore- (I . j B sissssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssi sissssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssH FCLL-lUIFs- S t0 S. English. Specialist, home-mad- e . three-quarter- six-larg- e I s Permanently Coosti-riaiio- ii, Blood nnd Skin Diseases. reds Old-Tlin- ....Vl. ..A i. T3- - -- . . V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT TRIALS OF POVERTY. HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Published Every Tuesday and Friday $2 EUSIt YJCAR IX ADVANCE -- When not to pud S2.50 wilt be charged." K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train navas Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning at 5: jo p. m. LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North " South " Eiprsts train South North Local Freight North -- ...........! .... .. -- ....3 07 pm South- -. .. Tha latter traini also carry paengert. Th above it calculated on itandard time. Solar im it about so rainutei falter. ........ Jt.sm 936 am - i3pm 7 Pm i' P QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Trains pass Junction City as follos: MSouth bound.- - No. t , Vestibule Limited. 11. Jo a. m.i No. 3 , Chicago Limited, j.55 a. m.; No. 3., New Orleans Kspresi. ta t; a. m ; ao. 7., i.ocai, otibnle, 8.40 p. 12.1 j p. m.; No. 9 , IMue Grass M North bound. -- No. a, Vestibule Limited, 6.,3 p. m. ; No. 4.. Fat t Mail, a.31 p. m ; No. 6 , Chlga-r- o Limited, a.i; a.m., No. 8., Local, 1.35 Ho. io, ttiue urass apeciai, o a m. "' It Cruahea, Degrades or Harden Hu-bands ami Wire. My own life has proved to mo that it is a great misfortune to bo poor. Some peculiar natures may bo strengthened aud stimulated by poverty, but almost all are either crushed or degraded or hardened by it. You cannot manifest the pood that is in you. You cannot realizo your aspirations, nor carry out 3our purposes. You sit In a prison and see all that you hoped and cared for slipping away from you for ever. You love your wifo or your husband, and wish to do all manner of things to make them happy and at ease, but you can do none of these thing's and you boo disappointment, want and misery gradually wearing out and embittering those whoso welfare is dearer to you than your own. And the strangest thing about it is this very love for each other that has brought this to pass. If they had cared little for each other, or if they had lived alone and never married, life would have hurt them less even though their hardships had been as great. Tho crudest and most fatal blow that fortune can deal a man or woman is through tho heart of wifo or husband. Finally, not seldom either, it comes to this: That you will become indifferent to the ono you lovo simply because you can no longer endure the torture of seeing him tortured. All these disas ters and many minor ones ansa from poverty. You should think twice and thrico before marrying with povertj-fo- r a dowry. Tho more 6uro you are that you love, tho more you should hesitate. It is a hard saying, I know, but the worst of it is, it is so true. Julia liawthorno, in Jcnncss Miller. FACTS WORTH KNOWING. DR. W. B. PENNY Call and see our TitK silk underwear now bo much worn should not bo rubbed on tho washboard, nor have soap rubbed on it unOffice South tldt Main street, in office recta less on specially soiled spots. It should vacated by Or. L. . Huffman, Stanford, Ky. be gently squeezed in the hands in a J!ssssssssssssssssssVssssS9BWl lather of tepid water. Instead of putting food into the oven to keep hot for lato comers, try covering it closoly with a tin and setting it We htve opened a lltitcher Shop in the Dr. over a basin of hot water. This plan Hocker house on IVpot St., und will, keep alas u will keep the food hot and at the samo on hand time prevent it from drying. All Kinds Fresh Ir black dresses have been stained, We will also run a delis cry wagon to Rowland to boil a handful of fig leaves in a quart serve the people then-of water and reduco It to a pint A MARTIN & CRAIG. sponge dipped in this liquid and rubbed upon them is said to entirely removo stains from crepes, bombasines, etc. For severe hemorrhago from the nose try holding the arms of the pationt Notice is hereby cl en that on the first day of K B up over tho head for five minutes at a June, 1893. John theOwsley and Mary tnc Owsley, la wife, tiled In Lincoln clerk's ottice ol ico wrapped In time. A small piece of Owsley, toills empower the muslin and laid directly over the top of Courtby will of any wife, Marv rnow owns or maj property she (ose tho noso will usually givo relief. (JWen under my hand as cirri acquire dayol June, A wondkkfui food for. weak invalids of said court thlst it P. ; J liAll.E,Clk L C C. and babies that cannot digest common things is made ns follows: Tie flour in a cloth, and boil for three hours in milk DR. JOS. HAAS' and water half and half. It will como out of tho cloth in a loaf that soon Hog OF EVERY steams aud drins off. This must be grated, and forms a light, easily digested and exceedingly nutritious food. Used Successfully Fifteen Years. Call and see them before buying. When given to infants It is mado into for sale cheap. a thin gruel with milk, so they can Will arrest disease, prevents disease, cspels worms, stop cough, Increase the flesh and hasten tako it from a bottle. maturity. Dentist. NEW PROCESS STOVE. Saves time labor and expense 2Tct Butolir Shop. of . sbW4MMBM ssssssssssW Guaranteed to be PERFECTLY SAFE. And to give satisfaction. Moats. Uucoln Circuit Court. W. H. WESREN & CO. BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, iS-j- WATER : COOLERS, DESCRIPTION. Every thing in the grocery line & Poultry Remedy s Those Tired Feet. Prices: - It r P I Put powdered or dissolved copperas down the sink and other drain pipes as often as once a week, and Hush them A cream of tarter baking pow- well on washing days. der. Higcst of all in leavening Fon frost bites keep away from the Latest United States firo and rub the parts affected with strength. snow or ico water until thawed, then Government Food Report. treat as you would a burn. ROYAL'.BAKING POWDER CO., When the eyes are tired, or inflamed 103 Wall St.. Now York. from loss of sleep, apply an old linen Msofafefy 'k.MTaWUCI M Pure flBHlP Office A. S. PRICE, Stanford. Owsley Building. SURGEON DENTIST. over McKoberts Drug Store in .the new K C. D. Stanford, :d-A-i:k,"X". POWILL, : : LOGAN AVE NUE, Kentucky, Always'sells goods lower than anyone else in town. New stock of Fruits every Friday. Erin, Teiin . A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. .t. E. Proctor, C. II. Hraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. aud Mrs K. II. Johnson, "New Haven, Jim Cot, Greensburif. Kates Si per M. Peticy, clerk. Give me a call liu'vJ. J. W. CARRIER, Prop. "Lucky pins" are tho favorite little Notice to the Traveling Public. gifts of tho hour, and several .special patterns are used to signify good forI have had . . tune to the wearer. The mysterious THE SHELTON HOUSE virtue of the horseshoo has long been 1st Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and recognized, and of late years the mishave in connection with Hotel one of the best sa- tletoe sprig1 has been considered equalloons In the State, open day and night; anight man meets all trains. In connection with Housr ly fortuitous, while added to the merry have also one of the brat Mineral wells in the .Stall thought it acquires new virtues. This, and for reference to water, call on Mr and Mrs with tho "Cainpanellu Margherita," G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Kloyd I will open on January iSth, i3;j. a Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ot Jersey milk to the people of Stanford and Row-ranat the following prices, delivered : 10 cents Fresh Milk, per gaflon 10 cents Skimmed Milk, pir gallon. Scents Butter Milk, per gallon I will make two trips daily. The patronage ot the U. A. I'E V ION, public is solicited. ot-- i yr. Stanford, Ky First-Class d Our facilities for giving the greatest values lor the least outlay, are .'A.First-Clas- s handkerchief dripping with water as Saloon unsurpassed. hot as you can possibly bear it. Aid BILLIARD and POOLROOMS attached The jetting It dowu is bad enough with the orJOSEPH COFFKY. To titrow water on burning kero-sen- o pill; having it dowu Is worse. And only increases the danger by caus- dinary the but the disturbance, there's only a little tern. after all cod. Dr. Pierce's ing tho oil to spread, but salt, flour fiorary good Krom beginning to .m.llaa. anil aa.l- . .1... or cornmeal will quickly smother the M to tike k.ll.. 1t granules that any tiny, flames. child Is ready lor. 'then they Jo their work so THE HEST PLACE TO HUY ana so naturally iais. 1 ney I n.li- In ordinary burns and scalds the easily and permanently mai itConstipation, low THE P. 0. MILLINERY. cure luiely i .I1..M only remedy required is to thoroughly l.ri'lll.M, .J.I.UU ...WM., .IIV. WIU Liver, ..- ... ..nrt..i4 excude tho air from tho injured part. aches and all derangements of the .1. ..I... Stomach n.i 1I....AI. Thau IV JwniM.. .IT.... .V ..i ...l.tr. .. HU ,IVI.CI. ..J room and see the Call at the Cotton batting will do tins more ef- tlOn or your money is returned fectually. Kemr-l- y say h The makers of Ir Sage's To rtKi.ir.VK pain from bruises and "if we can't euro your Catanh, no matter what Largest and Best Solectod Stock case is, we'll pay you Jjoo In cash " Now prevent discoloration and subsequent jourcan see what is Mid oi other remedies and de jou Of Millinery in town. The goods and prices are stiffness, nothing is more efficacious cide which is most likely to cure ou. bound to please you. than fomentation of water as hot as it jo cents MRS P T COURTS. 10 m can be borne. All new stock and latest designs. lit M J Davis is a prominent physician of Five or ten minutes spent every l.fwis, l ass county, lowa, ana nas ocvn aiinri) that place practice of medicine In morning during winter in rubbing tho engagedpat the years Onthesvth nlat May, while for the 35 body briskly with a flesh brush, or in D.s Moines en route to Chicago, he wa sudIlaln attack ot diarrlut-ataken with piece of flannel over the hand, will do denlyChamberlain's anColic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea "My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar. has just resold much to keep the skin active and pre- Ketuedv for th- - past 17 ears, and knowing its re turned trom the cities with an elegant line, of rmbraclng liability, he procured a 15 cent bolt c, twodoiftof vent colds. American Agriculturist. which completely cuied bim The cicitement j7-- tl from the uso of cushious placed in front of tho tablo where they stand whon dishes are wasked or vegetables prepared, they would provide themselves witk ono or more of these pads at onco. They may bo mado with several thicknesses of old cloth, bagging, carpet lining, or horse blankotstitched together and covored with old carpet or drugget, tho edges turned in and overhanded, and tlto whole thon tacked llko a comfortable. Hang it up by two loops whon not in use, to keep tho edges from curling tip. In faot, to prevent th's It Is not a bad plan to have It oblong in shape. Albany Cultivator. If people who are troubled with tired foet could know tho relief thnt como a cheapest. OT- 5.30, St.ss aud jo Cents per package: can U 50 inc largest packages are Kor sale by A. R. I'KNNY, Manlord, Ky. FARMS & HARDIN. J. N. MENU'S! & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors THE GOFFEY HOUSE of The JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. Stanford Lumber Yard, STANFORD, KY., This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now ia uiy charge and 1 intend to conduct il to as to not only maiutain its high reputation, but to add to Its long list ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers amino, rooms for lhadlsptoy of samples. A. C. SINK CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. W Carry a .Full Lin of Builders' Supplies. sugar-coate- d t.- - post-offic- e Cat-rr- I'oil-onl- y Wall A. Paper ! How Millinry. . y, R. PENNY. SOME "LUCKY PINS." I Quern Marglirrlta'a Mascot . Gold Ilt-ll- an Anrlrnt aud clianj:ot water and diet incident to travelIiery one nhould ing often produce a diarrhoea procure a bottle of this remedy beloie leaving Of the teatn, of W II McKoberts, Druggist, home. Kor sale by She also engaged MauforJ ALL THE NOVELTIES hich she willjhste lull control. a FIRST-CLAS- S . ... - Bucklin'a Arnica Salvo. tor cms, bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup tions and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is (niaranteed to Kiv. perfect satislactics or money refunded. Price as tents pet bcs. "or sale by A. R. Penny. Stanford. Kv. The best salve In the world DSESS 1MAKEE. Call and eiamlne my stock of Millinery before huylm; and lease jour for your dresses Thankitiiyou fur past favors we soils 11 same Ji '.r-Ie- r i3o Ko W13AMJEN. Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in MARY l). t ell )u ...ilinrie our ad ertivcil ilruu-ci'- t fur Consumption. Dlco.-rDr. Kinir's. New upon If ou condition Couch ...... Colds, ... T.n. andI wnK a I'umrh.tins Cold or JOV I.uli.', use this remedy 1 hroat or Chest '1 rouble andwill The finest flint belt of New Mexico. Nh fall according to direction-- , giving it a fair trial anil urcinrrop under irrigation If properly attended mav return the buttle to. All fruits griiwii 111 California can be K',lw" ixpermee no benefit, yu Guaranteed Cure. ve Th.o FeoosValley. Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, Spring Wagons, Carts of all .styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, Imperial Plows, McConnick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Huggy and Wagon Harness, Saddles, Fields, Haled Hay, &c THE RILEY P. B. RILEY,' HOUSE Kentucky. which is tho fac simile of an ancient gold bell found during the present excavations near Rome, and presented to tho queen of Italy, are the popular mascots of the day. The sides of the latter bear the inscription: T01 COM, V O TET, of which this is the translation: "I (little bell) was made against fascination." N. Y. Tribune. How to Make Klasoles. We could not In New Mrsico. ei.cpt oranges mid lemons. and h.ive your money relimded make this oil er If we did not know th.it Dr Kliign Land from $j in $i per acre on 10 j tars' nine, at upon. Il sent 6 per cent. Call on or ad Ires. New Discovery could be relied 31 A U Pennv ri .. , ....-...H C. MORGAN-- , D D. S , f.: .1 l.AtttM. - (,.. uisappoini l.atgesue$oc and 31. Stanlord. Ky. dni?Mure in....!.- -. T I Proprietor, London, - K I- sued. Give me. call. I have moved to my new Hotel and am better than ever to accommodate the public. lood Livery attached and every convenience de ; A Loader. .TO ha Since its first intioluctlon, Klctnc Hitters It is g.ilned rapidly in popular lasor until now among pure mediral tonus and clearly in the alterative containing nothing which permits Its recogliued as iik as a beverage or intoxicant; it isall ailments of AND LINCOLN COUNTY. the best and purest medicine for Itwillcure the Stomach, Lisrr and Kidneys Sick Headache, Indigestion, Con.tipaliou and Thanking you lor your liberal ratrunage for he drive Malaria fiom the s 1 respectiuiiy request its continuance last sea-owith each bottle or tho money will be reluring the coming season. Indeed I espect all to funded. Price only 50 cents per bottle. iold by use the A. R. Penny, Druggist. The People ot Stanford A : Great : Cut-Pri- ce : Sale On goods in every department will begin this week at Sati-factl- ii. Riur-untee- d The Cash Bargain Store to-da- - PANIC THE JEWELER, all it Kift v cents is 1 small doctor bill, but that ,. will cost outJ cure anj un""-- y ."".. ry Halm. matisin if you use Chamberlain's Pain the prompt relict It and you will be surprised at .liiicl the psiu. it affords. The first application willII. McKoberts, to cent bottles for sale by W. 1 Iruggist, Stanford. MANUFACTURED For thetfl reasons ICE, II ' I i These dainty little desserts are easily Articles to Suit the Most Fastidi- prepared. When you are making pies, use tho bits of puff paste in this way: ous. A complete line of Roll out very thin and cut with a scalWhen Ilsiby as sick. w Kvo her CastorK Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- l loped cake cutter into rounds not more When she, a. n Child, sh cried for Castoria. t ycur Doors I'ut a live inches In diameter. than When M10 beCAtno Mlm. "bo clun to mince-mea- t in tho tablespoonful of Kvery morning at the following Prices: center of each. Have ready the white When bhe hud Children, she gevethem CmtorU. For too pounds or oser CAMI'IIKLL. II. r. t AI'MIn. 40c per hundred. of an egg well beaten, and iu another ,. . For 30 pounds to 100 43c per hundred bowl the yolk also beaten, with it For to in 30 pounds.. 50c per hundred. I i rush the tablespoonful of milk. No less than 10 pounds delivered, , K II It KM ER. the to) circle of paste outside of the mince Tho mast stubborn Skm and Scalp Disci-f over tho worst torms of Scrofula, all blood taints and with tho white, fold are utterly rooted of every name other and pinch the edges shut and ootbIJr Pierce's and nature, CAMFBXZiZi & AX7STZ1T. ('.olden Medical Di.covery. caused by a torpid User or Im- ,t brush over the whole with the beaten Kor every AntllSIXVERWARE. is the only remedy Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st.; warcroom, paint yolk. Take up with a wire spoon, and pure blood, it It can be guaranteed. It it fails to Watch Repairs and immerse in boiliug fat as you would effectiveorthat you have your inouey back Hoi cure, Complicated benefit and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. Erysipelas. Eczema, McKoberts, Do and SwellArtistic Engraving a Specialty. doughnuts. morenot crowd themaat all, Carbuncles. Tetter, (Hands. Tumors completely- atAs Agent of Kd at a p. m. deceased, will sell Enlarged public auction cooking not than three at time. ings, and every kindred ailment, are All goods told engraved tree of charge. They will be done iu four minutes. and permanently cured by it. On Saturday 24, '93, Drain on paper and dredge lightly respectfully solicited. WTYour patronage If not, now is the time to The real estate belonging to the deceased II A'specialty. Are you insured? Sign Work, artistic and plain. " with sugar. Any kind of sweetmeats We guarantee yourself and family with a bott e o' consists of a House and Lot, the A. G. Laubaui can bo used in the same way. Country provhla and Diarrhoea John B. Castleman. thamberlalns Colic, Cholera any serious rework to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. against Remedy asan Insurance Gentleman. during the sults from an attack of bowel complaint be needContaining 10 Rooms, one summer month. Il is almost ceitam to No other House CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky. IIollliiK Witter III Paper. at once. ed nd should be procured Store-Rooa Picture Gallery, and work "My wifo and I," says a traveling remedy can take Its plac. or do its II. McRoberls, man, "were once iu a hotel where we so cent bottles for sale by W And they all have a frontage of 66 feet, I he couldn't get any boiliug water. After DrusKist, Stanioru property can be divided into wo had discussed tho situation my wife asked mo If I had an envelope iu SPLENDID FARM OP LIVERPOOL. 100 Ft. Deep my satchel. I got ono out, when she Three Store-Room- s told mo to fill it with water and hold FOR SALE PRIVATELY. and a large Back Lot. ' tho BABBEE&CASTLEMAjN it over did it,gas jet. I hesitated, but and expected to see tho finally The property will be first offered in parcels, acres, situat I will sell privately my .urnj of 300 envelope blaze up every moment. I'ut Dan. ami then as a whole, the Agent accepting the MANAGERS,' side of toe Hustonyille the envplope took on "lie pike. Westmiles from Hustonv within largest bid. These buildings are centrally Iota, it didn't blaze. Tho xV, Sit. Moieland. tedaud of Building, Louisville a little soot, but that was all. The i half mile..In the rat'ioad station of ui"v",I"' uated onwill prove a bargain to the purchaserMyers Commerce Maid street, corner adjacent to a iut. or ! she boiled In time, and tho envel- well Our, Is ft? ctitinf Hi water House. Improved with dwell n of Agents throughout the South. Also two shares L. A' N. R, R. stock and some ope was as good as over when the exoutbuildings, including a good ba ii. In grass and the other personalty. hilfol periment was at an end. I don't know About place is the farm is sown can be d vided Posieasion given July i, i8oj. : : : well watered and cash; balance Iu 6 and i Terms. the chemistry of the process; but try it entirea cr 3 rarcel. to suit the purchaser for . months. LAM W. . TBX88LS, Local ftat, yourself and see if it will not work. into write to 0, call on, J. Ii. HUUCK, Agent. td Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed;Give me call. 1 ra x STANFORD, KY. N. Y. Tribune. First. It is made by a home is absolutely and chemically pure, being- made from spring water, which is first distilled and then carefully filtered before beliitf fioxcli. Third, Artificial Ice will last much longer than pond Ice Fourth, an epidemic of cholera is looked lor during the year and nothing is so apt to produce or spread this disease as impure water or Ice. Piflli.it will be) institution, Second, the Ice at 10c, worth 15 A nice line of ests will be placed on sale and 20c; nicer quality at a little advance. All brands of Calicoes go at 5c; Masonville and Lonsdale Cottons S'3c; best 10-- 4 Uleachcd Sheeting 22c. We have also received a new lot of Millinery and can open your eyes on prices. Don't fail to get a pair of those sample Shoes at cost before it is too late. We will continue to give our customers a handsome Crayon Portrait with every Sio's worth of goods. Ask for a card. Watches, Clocks B. F. JONES & SON. Cn-tot- II Jewelry NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, Fro'rs. one-hnl- poi-so- dl-- ase Salt-rheu- 1 .- June House Painting aod Paper Hanging ROYAL ,i Insurance Company, H.6.RUPLEY,-- spi-nil- id f One-thir- d SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS J- - 29-- ?- - -r