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NO. 33 s fiT Philip Foley has returned from Thomas Miller had a slight attack of Elder Zachary, of Lexington, conWheat harvesting is hi progress. Notre Dame (Ind.) University, where ho ducted an interesting meeting here this flux last week. Mrs. McPherson is putting up a ECy. There were refreshing showers here building in White's addition. has just closed Ids freshman year. week. Mr. It. W. Eastland has quit drumof tho Aid Society will Architect Jeeter has commenced the Monday and Tuesday. The ladies Wind Monday laid oats as ilat as if give a Lawn Fete tho evening of .July ming and is how "working" life insur- work of repairing and improving tbe FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. a log had been rolled over them. ance for the North Western Co., of Mi- Christian church at this place. 4th. The Middleburg Cornet Band has Although farmers were apprehen The Lime Kiln Company are mak- lwaukee, Wis. A SCHCOI. AND HOME FOR GIRLS. Chicken thieves are annoying the sive of a dry spell, we have plenty of been employed to play for tbe picnic at ing preparation for largo shipments of its Kingsville on the oOth. citizens of Danville for tho past week or tine showers at this writing. product. Good faculty; superior advantages; a beautiful and healthful location. Special course and jpeclaj Mr. J. T. Jones, of Knoxville, Tenn., Inducement offered to thoe who detlre to make teachers. Our aim it to make cur pupili thorough K. T. Pierce is now putting the finMr. James Maret has goue to house- two. They take setting hens from their rented, and a College Library, Wall Maps Globes, Tellurians, Charta, College has besn keeping and can give some useful expe- nests and mother hens from their ishing strokes to his nice family man- with his family, is visiting Mr. L. P. The have been added. recently M. O. THOMSON. Principal. 33 &c, broods. sion and has again resumed work on his Fiinchum, section foreman at Grove. riments soon on gardening. Mrs. Theresa I). Hanna, who is im- new hotel. Bob means business and it It is thought that ere long bicycles Lumber shipments from this place at any for- plicated in the Lexington sensation in will not be long before our town will be and news boys will take this country. are larger than ever known There are some half dozen bicycles ic mer period. Shipments of staves to connection with Frank P. Searce, is a much improved in looks. Two handsome and charming young town, while news boys are as thick as England aud the West Indies are on the native of Danville. Before her marriage slip was Miss Tedie D. Walters. She ladies of Hussell county, Misses Mollie fiddlers are supposed to be in the inferincrease. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Mrs. Hosalind Xvsbitt's school cIob-e- was a very pretty girl and is a daughter Vaughn and Lizzie Howe, accompanied nal region, though a number of them are Miss Bertha Elliott home from the Na- dropping out of business, owing to presthis week. This school bus been in of tho late Nicholas Walters. 1893. Mr. N. W. May, of Danville, and tional Normal University at Lebanon, 0. sure of time, scarcity of money and inasession for tbree years. Tho attendance has been good nnd it has done much for Miss Ruth B. DePauw, daughter of M. After spending a week here they went bility to make sales. and Normal School teacheri. Superior course in Literature, Music and W. T. Denhani made two business Full corps educational advancement in this section. N. DePauw, of Lincoln county, obtained to their homes Saturday. Misa Bertha department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. An. A number of young ladies and gentle marriage license here Monday evening Elliott will soon visit her old home near trips to Frankfort last week. Arthur Patterson, a little son of John Patterson, meu havo taken the normal course thlB and were married at tho Christian Humphrey. MEN'S AND BOY'S Wo were suddenly called to Lincoln fell from the top of a sma'll building last church, Junction Citv, Wednesday, at term. Mr. G. K. McCoy has returned from Kev. Chaa. K. Powell, of county aud could not be present at the week and broke his arm between tbe 'M o'clock. ho Lincoln county, performed the ceremo- County Suuday School Convention hero wrist and elbow. Mrs. J. N. Bowling Mlddlesboro. Mirs Lucy Uautili, attended ecliool here, Iibh returned to ny. Mr. May is tho popular clerk of A. last Friday. We learn everything went started Monday to join her husband, her.liomo in laurel county. It. G. Wil E, Gibbons, this city. oil' right. It convened at the appointed who is located at Hamilton, Mo. Miss liamsuoes to Chautauqua soon. E. A. Nora Spangle accompanied her, and El-F. A. White, of Nashvi'le, Teiiu., a timo and our Sunday school superintend Iteppertis the guest of bis sister, Mrs. It. gentleman wiio has a tongue that wags ent, Mr. m. Brown, was called to preis almost Willie BryNesbitt. Mrs. Lizzie Brooks has return- at both ends, was arrested Monday at side as chairman. The assemblage was ant is said to be sporting a moustache, ed to Paris. Miss Berta Martin, of Mar- - the instance of Mr. T A. Bradley, for not so large as last year, but was the but it has not made its appearance above etburg, is the guest of Miss Sallie Ad. obtaining money by false pretenses. right size to do good work. The Sunda'y the surface yet. Mr. Thomas Grooms, auis. Miss Molliu Linker has returned White is a vender of patent medicines school missionary, John G. Barclay, of of lower Casey, came up Saturday on a Irom a visit to relatives in Garrard. Miss nnd securiug a town license Monday Greenville, He v. F. Griderand Elder J. visit to Mr. Wm. Miller. Fannie McFerran, of Pino Hill, visited morning rode about the streets with a Q. Montgomery, of Middleburg, SuperinW. E. McWhorter, who owned and JUST IN MIm Blanche Jones this week. Mr. small colored person, he (White) being tendents Logan Brown, of Humphrey, managed the picnic here Saturday, parNate Shumate and family are visiting dressed in a rather loud suit of clothes and Wickersham, of South Fork, took pretty freely of Wade's "tangle relatives at Faint Lick. surmounted by a white silk plug hat. delivered excellent addresses. The next heel" and coming through town towards An elopement to Jctleraonvllle cans-- ' Ho stopped in front of the meeting will be held at Middleburg, the shank of the evening, a street fight ed a ripple of excitement Monday. Mr. and let loose a torrent of eloquence. commencing on the night of June was in progress between Clel McAninch Other Sweeney, of Missouri, and Mrs. He said he came here to advertise med- IS!) I, and continue on the 15th. H. T. and Ed Lenard, a couple of lads, he took Leila Brown, of thii place, left for Lou- icines which would cure nearly .every- Pierce was elected president for tho en sides with McAninch, while George Mc- isville Sunday night, thence after their thing. Then ho said he would sell a few suing year and M. K. Humphrey secre Daniel championed the cause of Lenard. marriage to the home of the groom in medicines, which ho did, giving the tary. George Humphrey and Albert Uot words were passed when McWhor the West. Mr. Sweeney had been visit- money back. Then he sold some more McClure were appointed delegates to the ter pulled a pistol and threatened to let ing his cousin, Mr. Maurice Brown, for and threw the money into tho crowd. State convention. The Middleburg band the sun shine through the body of The first day of June was the day on which we began the several weeks prior to the elopement. Then he raised the price from 50 cents was on hand and geve the assemblage but friends interferred and preMr. Maurice Brown, of this place, ha to SI and did certain, things which led good music. Plenty of eatables were on vented any violenee being done. This been appointed night operator at New some of his audience to believe he in- the grounds and nil enjoyed themselves all may have seemed mighty funny, but Haven. Mr.. C. 0. Williams, wife aud tended before leaving to give each of well. such fun, as a rule, comes high, and this daughter, Kisse, left yesterday for Chica-g- his customers two or three dollars and case might not be an exception to the BRODHEAD. and the Fair. Mr. W. V. lleppert, of tho meeicine besides. But the didn't rule. It is astonishing to an amazing deOF visiting ttie home tfay so, oh, no, not much, although it Washington, has Frith Bros, have about finished the gree that sensible men will allow whisky Washington, folks. He returned via to so get the better of them as to act in must be admitted that ho did certain of their hotel building. where he will visit relatives. Misses things from which it might have been foundation that way. Mr. James Chumley, of East Bern-staMay Miller and K.iie Adams attended inferred that such was his intention. is here having his eyes treated. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. the commencement at Loretto this week. After continuing until he had taken in Tho Brodhead brass band has been Miss Mattle May Adams was one of tho perhaps 150 he wound up and nobody f For Pale. Yearling Durham bulls graduates and was sent as a delegate to but Mr. Bradley kicked. All saw they engaged to go to Green Briar Springs ou ready for service. W. H. Murphy, Stanof July and furnish music lor St. Mary's, but will return homo in a had been bamboozled by tho talented the Ith tho picnic. They have had two other ford, Ky. few days. (entlemnn with tho white hat, yet no- calls for the same day. We feel proud of The American Derby, worth ?GO,000 arThe low prices at which we propose to sell the above mentioned COUNTY. body but Mr. Bradley kicked. The trial tho boys. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY and one af the greatest events of the with us when you find how ftimnpiirpd Wednesday mnrninir at 10 ticles we call moving and you will decide at Chicago. Perander Hiatt and A. II. McClary turf, will be run Tho people here are preparing for Oviock and closed about U i M. Some went to Stanford Tuesday. Mr. Hiatt were :J00 cattle on the George- There big picnic July ith. of tin testimony, especially that of Col. went to meet Dr. J..S. Appleman, who is town market Monday. The market was wiit-MProf. J. A Butler will begin a Jus. B. Chinn, was dramatic, and taken treatimi him for tarticollis. (?) MissKllie dull, with prices ranging from 2 to yj. imr school at the Institute, next m a whole tho entertainment was nearStrr.yed, a black sow, two notches in liutner, of Wildie, is tho gueht of Mrs. day. goad as the average circus. Tho ILL. Tliarp. Mr. OniB Bower went to one ear and underbit in .other. Informregular ly as Hrtv. J. E. Terry began hi goods, No man in Lincoln county carries as fine goods dactoi "played it on 'cm sure and Bee Lick Tuesday. Mr. J. L. Yantis, of ation will be appreciated. J. II. Fos- We sell these pastorial work at the Christian church but his game was not false pre- Madison county, is up in the lliatt neigh- ter. and as elegant styles in Clothing as we. Come at once and secure Sunday. meaning of tho law and bo borhood leathering up tho lambs he purtence in tho Will Moreland weighed to Sin ou a bargain. John aud Bon Moore returned from Judge Caldwell, who heard the case, Weilil Wednesday the 100 cattle he has chased of Conrad limit. Getboemane lat Tuesday, where they very properly decided. After the trial J. B Farmer, our railroad agent at been slopping at Traylor's. They averhud been attending school. it whh rumored on the streets that a Mr. tliiH place, is out of his ollice taking a aged 1,050 pounds and and were Bold a been staying in Mbs Watt, who has White in one oil rest, and Mr. .1. I.. Nelson, of Fast Bern-staHarris had TO THE- J. S. Sullivan's store for several months, the . A few minutes after Dick Gentry, agent for Exporter is holding down tho wires. W. G. returned to her homo in Chattanooga the rumor liegan lloating White hunted Lehman, bought two carloads of fat cat- Saturday. Mrs. Mary Collins, of Huston up the police judiro aud said that if Har- Albright, of B.irbourville. is visiting Mr. tie from Jesse Kiffe, and one irom Jim vilie, is visiting Col. Thomas O'Mara and ris had assaulted him he had no com- F. Burner's family here. J. K. Cass has Allen, of Lincoln, at 5 cents to be de family. Miss Mamie Householder, of plaint to make against him and did not gone to Lexington tc follow his professWe call your attention to the Late Improved livered nt once. Advocate. Mlddlesboro, is visiting her sister, Mrs. want a warrant, issued for his arrest. ion, telegraphy. Miss Sallie Purcell is Nave Bros, sold to A. J. Caruthers, spending a few days this week witli Mrs. Will Jones. He said good humoredly that not much J. 11. Cass. Miss Robert L. Yeakey re- of Shelbyville, Xi good yearling Bugar Mrs. James Tinsley died at her home harm had been done, that ho had been mules at $10o. Fat cattle buyers are of- last Sunday morning of consumption. advertised sullieiently and that nil lie turned from Paint Lick Tuesday and re- iering 5c per pound for July delivery, She ha been in bad health for a long wanted was to gel away quietly and in ports a nice time while she was gone. but the boys are not in a hurry to sell at Rev. A. J. Pike will deliver a Matime. She was a member of the Baptist peace. Mr. Felix ti. Fox defeuded the price. Advocate. and her funeral was conducted accused and Mr. Robert Harding prose- sonic address at one of tho churches in that church Wo will shut our mill down about night, June the 'J Ith Brodhead Saturday at that church Monday morning by Kev. cuted. at 7.:X), after which there will be a box the 'Joth for 10 dayH 'for repairs and genS. Slantill, after which the burial took supper at the tho Masonic Hall. Tho eral overhauling. So those who may need place at the Briar Creek cemetery. GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS. boxes will be sold to the highest bidder. wheat or corn ground during that time Mr. Hichard McKeen, superintendGuests are now arriving at this sum- Everybody is invited to attend and all will please do us the kindness to bring ent of tho Kentucky Lumber Company, it before tho 20th. J. H. Baughman & went to Point Burusido Tuesday morn- mer resort. Several are booked for the tbe ladies are requested to bring boxes. Co. will also he served with ice ing. Mr. I. L. Gentry is spending a few last of this week and many more the Tho crowd Tiio Suburban Handicap at Sheeps-heaIndications are that cream, lemonade, Ac. Tho proceeds of woek following. weekB at Oliver Springs, Tenn., recuperBay was won by the Knglish horse, ating bis health. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. the house will be well filled by tho lOtii tho Bupper will go to tbe Brodhead Ma- Lowlander, a ten to one outsider. sonic Lodge. A good time is expected, you never buy without first examining it. We asIIiiKuely are visiting their parents near of July. at 00 to one was second, and And would say to Tho Grand Opening Ball will be given and we hope everybody will take part is the simplest, most durable and the lightest draft Itichmond. A party of our citizens are Lamplighter, the even money favorite, sure you that it on the nightof July 1st. There will he and show that we represent a good machine on the market and less liable to get out of order. Call and below the Falls fishing. was third. The winner covered the dis by W. A. Carson, at Stanford Thursday morning last, at the Chris- no charge and everybody is invited to cause. tance, 1 miles, in the fast time of '2:00 j it. It is represented at Crab Orchard May Finley, eldest attend. Tho roads are in good conditian church, Miss by D. li. Stagg, at McKinuey by Alford & McKinney, at Kings-vill- e and ho led all the way. tion, the moon will be full and a large GOODBYE ROWLAND AND STANFORD.: of Hon. H. F. Finley, an (laughter by W. L. McCarty and at Hustonville by John Riffe. "What have you done with Ducka eviE. E. Wood, principal of Williams- crowd is expected. The Grand Picnic of Prof. The fellow who wrote this had doo'."' we asked Col. David Prewitt yesburg Institute, were married, Kev. J. W, the season will be on July 1th. Three dently been garnislreed. terday. "He baa been shipped to ChiGoing to move that Kowlaud town, Master officiating. There were only n thousand people are expected. Dinner cago and is on exhibition in a dime mu Kept by each agent. Don't fail to see the Buckeye Machines. See old Stanford going down, few friends present and tho bridal party j will be prepared for a thousand and all seum," he replied. Advocate. Ducka-do- o got on long face, Muslims mci left Immediately tor Norwalk, O , Prof. can bring their dinners who choose. Two 'Cause they moved that moneyed place. was raised by S. J. Kmbry, of this and two String Bands homo, where they will largo Wood's former place, and ruled out of a two year-olHouses here for rent or sale, will be used and two hundred persons spend tbe summer. race at Liitonia, because it was proved Yes, old Manford's done got stile, Last Saturday morning 17 couples ol can dance at one time. The Brodhead llccause the trains go rolling by, that he was a Up to Corbin where tbe hills are high. our youijg people took passage on Hie 8 Brass Band will also bo in attendance All Free o'clock train and went to Mahan Station, and will make music for us during the KmptT houses are standing About, Those who have useJ l)r King's NewDlscov Railroad men have all moved out, four mi'es north of here, to Bpend tho entire day. There will be a display of ery know it. value and thoe who have not hae People up town are In a stew, now the opiwrtunlty to try it free. Call on the adday. The young ladies had baskets well Fire Works at night. vertised druggit and get a tiial bMtle free. Send For they liked the money too. You will meet many old friends and laden with provisions of tho choicest your name toll. E. Huck'en .V Co., Chicago, ami gentlemen had everybody you ever know at Green Briar get a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Lite I'llls as Siauford felt so very proud, kind for a picnic and the well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household And she toasted awful loud, Instructor free. All of which H guaranteed lo do provided an abundance of fruit, such as on the Ith. Our sheritl'and his deputies Now the pay train's going by you good and cost you nothing at A. R I'enny's a small town can afford. They spent a will be present to see that good order is And she's left up there to die. drugstore. New stock, styles and shades. (i maintained. m If you want to have a hap pleasant day and did not return till 15 Cents. Some people think il is just right Sea tbo World's Fair for o'clock in the afternoon, all feeling abort py time come to Green Briar. Upon receipt of your addiess and 15 cents in I'or old Kowland lo move out, I). G. Sl.AlKlHTKR. stamps we will mail you our Nmvenir Respt., when they startSo poor old Stanford then can see five yeara younger than Columbian Exposition. 'ortfolio of the World' Railroad people arc tetter than thought to be. The regular price it joe, but as we want)outo ed in the morning. we make the price nominal. You will have one The Beautiful Spring has Come, Yet, she thought she was in the swim, find it a work of Art aud a thing to be priced. It contains full page views ot the great buildings, Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, Dovouwantto make osk uunohkd and with it that tired, languid feeling. It Could slap up prices and garnishee them, wlthdescrlpticnsof same and is eiecuted In the Hut now, alas, she has lost her grip Summer? or will you make shows the poor condition of tbe blood Landreth's Garden Seed at highest style ot art. If not satisfied with it alter dollars this eaAnd down the hillside she will slip. you get it we will refund the stamps and let you system needs and tbe general only tkn uollabs? Both are to be keep the book. Address H. t. Hucklen .V Co.. IllustraChorus Chicago, HI. needs building up. You need a blood sily done, if you canvass for tho terms tnd purifier and tonic. Stockton's Antisepted Kentuckian. For liberal It takes fSoO.000 a month to pay the Justice Blancbford, of tbe U. S. SuE. D. Potts. tic will cure you. Take it. New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. full particulars address Mrs. preme Court, la dying at Newport, R. I. employes of tbe World's Fair. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. Ky. 40 N. Broadway Lexington, Hustonvills, Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September sth boa-di- n d ma CLOTHING! New Stock heart-broke- court-hous- e New Styles, H. J. McROBERTS. JK Mc-Dani- i o Cash Slaughter .Sale, -- la-e- dt, Dry Goods, Clothing Ladies' Slippers. i on Ridiculously Low -- Bar-ti- n." STEPHENS & KNOX. dt, 1 drug-stores- Farmers of Lincoln Co. d Ter-ritie- r, New Buckeye IVIaehines, lll Kiinsrx)s of rbpaibs ball-room- s SEASONABLE 31 ! WALL PAPER & ALABASTIHE Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. run-dow- n W. Bo MoBBERTS, ,1 ' , f ..' - if - Ah - - -- w ""tfW - v !- - i 't t r 7 Fr X - - i ri ft j 1 ; i Tuk majority of the sinking fund com Four banks in Los Angelc, Califormiesioners wisely thought that it wak nia, and one in San Diego, closed their better to put some of the convicts to doom Wednesday. earning expenses, so it reconsidered its Collections of Internal revenue for 8TANFORD, Kt., JUNE 23, 1H93 rejection of the proposal of tho Mason tho eleven months ended May 31 were to lease the labor of 100 $145,GS3,IW0, an increase of $7,457,403 Tn be of them and accepted their proposition. over the corresponding period of the VV. P. WALTON. The le.tso is to last four years, with the last tiscal year. privilege) of four more, and the prico is Aristides, the winner of the tirst to be an average of 40 cents a day, grad Kentucky Derby and famous afterward ed according to the time to be served. for his defeat of the mighty Ten Broeck, The "guv." and his man Hetdlees voted died in St. Louis, aged 2l years. IPiailXA.'X". againBt the proposal. They would have A correspondent likens the heat sufno doubt done so if the proposition had fered by visitors to the World's Fair you. opThe king of terrors is no respecter of been a dollai a day and feed the convicts Wednesday to the steam room oi a rich on pie. Gov. Brown carries his private Turkish bath. The ottendance, notwithpersons. He is as apt to strike the as the poor, if not more so. A sixty animosities too far for the great states standing, was estimated at 150,000. good millionaire was made his victim Weil man his friends crack him up to be. The At Hawthorne Park, Chicago, Moses Gc Goods 7c, nesday, when Senator Leland Stanford lease of the convicts affects the whole Solomon, a 2 year-olcolt belonging to paid the last debt of nature. He was State anJ should not be governed by Tom Kiley, who rode Spokane in the found dead in bed at bis home at Menlo personal resentments. Knott Ken memorable Spokane-ProctPark, Gal., bin death having apparently tucky Derby, won with odds of 200 to 1 NEWSY NOTES. occurred without a strueele. He was a against him. little over 69 years of age and was a naMrs. J. Lindsay has been appointed The Remedy for the Loss of Rowland. tive of New Yort. He went to the postmaster at Ghent. J (Editor Interior 75c. 1S52 and made millions Golden Coast in J. T. Montague has been appointed Stanford, June 20. Stanford has lost be by mining for gold. He served a terra tv e at Catlettsburg. her Rowland. For more than a score of as governor of California and in 1SS3 we F. J. Randolph lias been appointed s years the K. C. Junction has been pouring was elected U. S. Senator, being similar surveyor of the port at Paducah. a monthly benefit into Stanford and the ly honored in 1S91. He gave much of A somnambulist walked out of a his vast wealth to charities, but the most window at Chicago and broke his neck. whole county and year by year that bounty has increased until it has grown notable of his gifts was 120,000,000 to the Frankfort banqueted the legislators State of California for the founding of a last night for letting them keep the cap- to an important consideration. Now of a sudden the goose thit laid the egg of university at Palo Alto in memory of bis ital. gold has been killed by the ruthlessness only son. He had a great ambition to Silvester Petty, a Daviess county boys a. get be president, but his agrarian views farmer, was struck by lightning and of monopolistic convenience, and saving It We practice. Who need be surprised? were sufficient to handicap him if other killed. is the history of hundreds of towns that causes had not militated againBt bis suDaniel Flowers, a prominent citizen flourished nnd grew on railroad "pap." preme desire. Until the Legislature of Logan county, was kicked by a horse Who is to blame for the calamity? Unmeets in 1895 the republican govern and killed. questionably our own people. Had we or will appoint a successor to Senator Ed Hagan, son of Wm. Hagan, of worked our facilities to half the advan Stanford, but as that body is democrat Madison, fatally shot himself while play tage offered by location and natural proic, we will gain anotuer senator irom ing with a pistol. go We to visions, Rowland could not have folded that State. The Kentucky School of Medicine her tents and stoleu away. It would too to Mr. Wattkhson doesn't like the term turned out 204 sawbones in one drove have been necessary for the railroad to "a Cleveland democrat," judging by this Wednesday night. keen u force and repair shops here. We Enido ia the name of a new post have paragraph in his paper: Every once in the light, the water the ice; we otlice in Boyle and John L. Powell kas a while wo see in some have the soil to produce shipping species the been appointed postmaster. newspaper of the ilities-timber at band which is now Portions of South Carolina, Georgia and has been for years cut and sent to comfortable, gentlemen, verily a littlu One term "a Cleveland democrat." would naturally suppose that - all of us and North Carolina were shocked by in build ud factories in other towns, in more comfortable. Vours Truly, who are democrats are Cleveland demo earthquake Wednesday night. L. M. Lablwv. other States, and we have the capital to F. P. Scarce, a real estate agent, at crate, assuming Mr. Cleveland to be a employ the labor and build the factories democratic president and the official Lexiugton, has skipped after commit here. Look at the grand and generous TiikColvmiiiin Fourth. The biggest head of the party. But a "Cleveland ting forgeries to the amount of $20,000. natural invitation for a canning factory Fourth of July celebration in many i At Bard well, Mort. Shelby was sendemocrat" par excellence, what is he ? here. For a wagon factory here, where years. Immense demonstrations at va who tenced to the penitentiary for life for the Why, obviously a son-odelightful Pcikr In. millions of spokes are shipped from and rious points. Big crowds, a wants an office, and who, failing to get murder of Mrs. Sallie Moore, of Ballard the few used here are brought back ' me. At tho variom cities along the one, will straightway turn about and de- county. ready for the wheel. For large cooper-ae- e line of the Queen A Crescent Route, tho Mrs. Ford, the mother of the Ford nounce Mr. Cleveland as a factory. Some of the beet Boil about Itlf of July this year will be celebrated brothers, who killed Jesse James, died with uuusual demonstrations. Ball Karnes, Tuk last of the Kentucky collectors has from the effects of a rat bite at Rich- us is burdened with Walnut, Cherry, fought for else illuminations, picnics, river excursions, Gum and other timber been appointed, David X. Comingore mond, Mo. ' 1ml-whore hv furniture makers. And not pnr:i'i'i, military drill. tlru works, being the lucky man in the Gth. The list The Bank of New Hanover, of Willoon ascensions and speech making will1 as completed is Joshua D. Powers, 2d; mington, X. C, made an assignment. even an axe helve, a broom handle, a be included in the ceremonies To apsiet! Ami- Ben Johnson, oth; Mr. Comingore Gtli, Assets are estimated at ?l,2ol),000; liabili- toothpick made here I What then do in making the occasion it success, the enterprise; Enterprise, sir, we lack? and C. H. Rodes, Sth, a pretty good se- ties' jSOO.000. ' that is all, but thU is much. An article Queen A Crescent Route will sell tickets lection. The appointment of Johnson is Lizzie Borden, charced with the un- - to any point on the system at I fare for a victory for Senator Lindsay and a murder of her parents at New Bedford, last winter in the Interior Journal Thce tickets will be .1... .1... .,.,:.,.. WV. Ynnni- Men en the round-trip- . crushing defeat for Carta h and the Masd., was acquitted. The case created i ami un, v sold, gooti to use .Miiy i, like a proph-msWest," would retd Journal crowd. But we shall see great interest. is at and will be cond to return until and inKVHnw townsmen, the time whether he laughB best who laughs tirst. The World's Fair officials have descluding July Ttb, For further informa may have bitten oil' more ignated October 20 to 24 us the days for baud for you to invite these young men The Senator where they have tion as to rate-?- , etc , call on airenta or than be can masticate and really injured the reunion of the war veterans, Con- back from tho West, 1) G. IvdwardM, G P A , CincinCk thing, Hoot , Hio?s, &c3, changed the word "Enterprise" that led instead ot improved his changes for re federate and Union. nati, O. them there, to that of "Achievement." election. Dave Kendall and Frank Temple-man- , That is the watchword they have learnwhile working in a well near WAS SHE! It is charged, apparently with truth, ed as they became infused and inspired that Frankfort spent over 120,000 with Morehead, were overcome by gas and with the Hpirit of Western Enterprise by Dnnbt Thrown on Hi of Illhlu. the legislators, who are open to that kind both lost their lives. Uowlaud Kiiiii:-ni-iiitho natural laws of contact. The will of Edwin Booth was filed at of argument, for the retention of the State "I believe that Hilda U engaged," reiagone. Who are the severest sullererfc? capital. One member is alleged to New York. His personal estate is esti- Not you whose list of patrons is depleted. marked the girl with tho mllles on her have gotten for bis vote $1,000, while mated at JtJOo.OOO, the bulk of which he Not you whose rentals must decrease. skirt. Ami sec his stock nnil get his pntis before bin Ing. If you $oOO was the minimum figure. "Why, did sho jiositively deny HY . A show leaves to his daughter. Not you whose income trom various queried An armed posse prevented a Columthe girl with the grass green of investigation will be made, but nois sufficient for your comfort- - gloves. bia, Tenn., mob from lynching u negro sources body will be convicted. It seems to be v ot even the farmera throuchout the "Didn't the legislative prerogative to accept uouiur ior Hiifinpung 10 oreaK into tne county, and all the laboring classes who she thinks ak her. I notice, though, that j that every man that looks at of a popular young widow. You should set him. bribes. found advantage in the circulation of a her is in lovo with her. Lightning struck Kingling Bros.' "Oh! Wt'll, you may bo right. I have sum of nearly $100,000 a year in our Our fat and famous friend, Benjamin circus tent at River Falls. Wis., and midst. Who then? Why the very men noticed that there is always n buiiili of ..FOK , H. Ridgely, of tho Louisville Truth, killed seven people. About 50 were who made Rowland a town and peopled roes iu her window nowadays." had a nice little piece of pie served to were prostrated, several being "Yes, and sho has legun to speak seriously it, and sent this money out monthly bim Wednesday. The president named injured. Arthur as 'Mr. Smythe.'" through varioua channels over the him for Consul to Geneva, a pleasant "Come to think of it, she doe- -, fit The Oil Well Supply Company, of county. Their homes are worthless to was there when I ran in to borrow her place with fair pay and little work. Mr. Pittsburg, the largest concern of its kind them, their savings they paid to me- new skirt pattern the other day. I coulu Ridgely will put in his surplus of spare in the world, has gone into the hands of chanics to build, to lumbermen for ma see that she had leen crying." time in sight seeing and writing plays a receiver. Assets aggregate $2,500,000, "Yes? I wonder why n man always terial and to owners for lots are gone. and stories for which work he has pecu- and the indebtedness $1,100,000. or soon looks so supremely foolish when he empty liar adaptability. The Bank of England will celebrate These homes are engaged ho always has a kind of must be so. They cannot rent them, an apologetic the 200th anniversary of its founding air." So much complaint having been made they cannot occupy them and make "Perhaps ho means to niologizo to the of the small and badly presented ex next year. Its capital stock at the be- their runs to and from other points; ' other girls for not having nski-- th hibit of Kentucky at the World's Fair, ginning was $6,000,000, and now it does they cannot occupy them and labor in first," suggested the girl with the gr.e--m siDr. John D.J Woods has presented a res- a business of live fold that amount every shops at other points. Rowland is green gloves'. day. olution calling on the commissioners to village, and the men "Maybe. I notice tbut no one really Within the past three weeks the lent city, a deserted show what they have done with that Federal treasury has gained $,"1,000,000 of .who builded it with their earnings takes any interest in an engaged un-- i 1100,000 they were given to have our re- onlit Tln'u irmiM i ,,,Ii,.a !. l,.. nuinv earned under all kinds Ol weallier anu except perhaps tho florist. It is differ,w.i-i utttv. iioiiiaiv .link uiu ..... ent with a girl though." sources shown up. It begins to look like is over aud that American shipments of j utider many dangers by the most "Isn't it? Tho fact that sho is ticketed Orders for Hread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to there has been gross neglect, if nothing Ad and provisions are regulating trade duous toil and faithful labor, are tho 'taken' seems to udd to u man's interest. 'lrcssR. ZhMMKR, Stanford, Ky. more criminal. llie re- - Now, thuro was Julia you remember men who deserve sympathy, balances iu our favor. Three persons were killed, seven moval makes them to sutler a hundred Julia?" Si'eakbr Mooke is a candidate for gov" "Yes, a plain little thing dressed in any and all others. We ernor, with the prospect of finding that died of injuries aud about 100 others 'old greater than U'a" build factories, but will we? Wo black the men went wild ovur her." the people have had enough ot him for were hurt, many seriouely, bv the "Didn't they? aud all becauso she gave wrecking of a train on the Long Island can bring aud employ more people man the present, at Iea6t. Every member of out that her heart was buried iu tho And will we? the present Lecislature ought to be per- railroad, crowded with people returning have left Rowland, but we would have grave of tho man sho was engaged to." fiom the Sheep-meaBay races. hadwedoneit sooner "I remember tho girls used to call her mitted to takefa lone, lingering rest. If Commissioner Lochren has issued held Rowland too. Public meetings are tho 'brevet widow.' " , they are half as tired as the people are, us not give them "Did you over have a widow for u if wo are not an order intended to prevent fraud in well enough, but let they need it badly, and over to selfish aims and objects so far as chaperon?" suddenly asked tho girl with mistaken they will be given many a year making applications for pensions. It that testimony be written in de- to forget the real sullerers whose greater the rufiieti on her skirt. to rest up. "No, why do you ask?" tail in the presenra of witnesses, instead misfortunes should lead us to forget our "Becnu-- o I have, and it iseversomuc'i Promulgate JonN Wanamakkh, ''Cheap John," as of being made upon printed forms. own. Meet and renolve. appeals. Will a nicer. It saves you lots of mistakes, he is better known, believes in advertisThe coroner's jury investigating the resolutions and publish i , besides sho has no husband to Where so your little tricks nro not confil f f ing and will go to any extreme to get it. Ford's Theatre disaster returned a ver- railroad barken and relent? iu dang"r He has filed a suit at Chicago to compel dict holding Col. F. C. Ainsworth, Con- then is tin remedv'' Seek out a few of boing repeated to tho other men bm.i 'K HAVE TOR SALK the World's Fair to close Sundays, with tractor Dant, Supt. Covert and Engineer the best mediums of advertising, and j'ou havo perfected them." The. girj with tho grans green gluvt no other view, it ia alleged, except to Sas-i- responsible for the deaths of the through them offer a site for a canning keep himself bis wares before the conn- - victims by reason of criminal negligence factory and pledge'to take half or more rubbed her noso thoughtfully. "I In Oiler the liovo you nro right," sho said. "I on y' on their Vart. They were arrested and of stock necessary to run it. The simplest binder made. had (i perfectly lovely flirtation spoil i for a wagon and other factoiits. same just becauso my chuiwron's husband Gov. Pattison, of Pennsylvania, seems released on bail. Since the enactment of the Sherman Yes, gentlemen, pass resolutions to that tho mon that I ldondijied my hair ever) to besomewhatjof a Puritan ami a stick law tho government has purchased over effect and hold faithfully to them, even Friday morning." ler for the old blue laws. He has vetoed necessary to go down into the musty "How perfectly horrid! And you had Or two horse binder. Deering Mower nnd Deering Hinder the bill repealing the special Sunday HU.UUU.UUU ounces of silver, for much of if Twine which it paid as high as (HI cents an coders and bring out some of the retired told him?" Call on us for a beautifully illustrated catalogue, "Triumphs law, which imposes a fine of $2. for pubfof the "That golden hair was hereditary in 19th Century," describing Chicago, another railroad And when the World's Fair, and 1 the biff lishing a newspaper in Pittsburg on Sun- ounce. Since the purchases began sil- Bpecie. ver has constantly declined in price till shall head this way don't head it oil, but my family and that I always sjHmt Fri- Deering works; also a lot of neat memorandum books. day. day morning in tho kitchen learning to It will be to today it is worth 84 cents an ounce. If open the way and help to pilot it through. cook." the interest of every farmer who needs machines to sec us before buy Illinois is rejoicing over the adjourn- the government could realize at the pres As you did not know what the goose "What n shame! Look! Hero comes ing elsewhere. We will always be found at the office of the Stanford ment of its Legislature. Kentucky would ent market price on its present holdings was worth until she spread her wings Hilda, and Arthur is with her." Roller Mills. like to join her in such rejoicing, but of silver bullion, purchased under the aud look her flight, do not run after in "I see, and they seem to bo quarreling alas! her Legislature will never let loose operation of the Sherman law, the net search of a wafted feather, but secuie desperately. Yes, they aro undoubtedly W. H. HAYS, Assistant. till the last dollar is gon. lo-- s would approach $20,000,000. nnotlier and make her nest a little morn engaged." Chicago Tribune. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Foard-Coinpan- every Department, which will traordinary Low Prices will offered at greatly reduced prices. Ex 6 OR 8 PAGES. EVERY XELL White THE : STORY. Certainly never before and perhaps never again will have such an portunity. Bargains in every department. 'Good Challics and a big lot of Fancy Calicoes at 3c; Pacific Wash Lawns at 5c; plaid and plain d at 5c, and or WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY. " Jou-n- al post-mast- er Surah Silk and Figured China Silk at o5c, worth Satteens, Persian Mulls and Dimities will sold at half their former prices, nave just received several cases Ladies' Slippers, which will offer in this wceiis sale at 60c, 75c and 00c, well worth double the money. And get yourself and have just received Suit while you can them at half price. Hundred and Fifty Nice Derby Hats, Which will have cut thousands of other articles their former prices in this sale that are numerous mention. at S5c half bandy-shank- ed fac- row-legge- d I.0IJIB1IIX3LE STORE J.EVanArsdale GROCERIES ' f n . -- I 1 - Courier-- to-da- y HARDWIRE TO CAZJQ. in-cd ad-dre- . mVITKH YOU Farming : Implements, bed-roo- f Fancy taies,Breai, Cakes, Fies Candies, Lunches,Fnits, &c, to-da- I d CALLONR.ZIMMER THE BAKER. - 11 - ( A Good Meal for 25Cts. ar-gra- in ! j 'Fv Fi lr lrv I d I:tlo ifIPw lv ijkMc Binders, 1 ' e The Deering Improved Steel t'; ThePony Deering Binder. BAtJGH3HCAMr' AGENT. !"i! VrV MM -- wWL'SV'jM' ,"is1 i isfrfJte... Ko 3 Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal MEEHNCr AN OBATOB. Kv 8TAJTFOKD. June 23, 1893 BILL NYE TRIES TO CONSOLE AN KNOWN ON THE TRAIN. Them UN- MT. F. WALTON. : Frottt THE : WORLD'S FAIR, Wanted to Tallc nn the lied Indian. Riding K'ly ou tho vestibule train and dresaed in a neat and oven cxpensiro way, as I uow do, I saw in tho soction ahoad a wild lookiiiK mnn who might havo boon 10 or 01, 1 could not toll. Ho looked at his watch, a young lady's hunting case watch, with n chain madu of human hair that nuvdud a almtnpoo. ICopyrlght. IftO. by iarns the True History or thai dli Advance Agent William Man Who Edgar W. Nye. AND AMERICAN RAILWAYS, practico in a low, retreating breath, fitting tho gestures to it so that iieoplo near him vacated their seatu, while ovor and anon ho would hiss something through his clinched tooth and hito a largo hole In tho somowhat fixed air of tho car. Then ho would open hta natchel and tuko out a manuscript, which he read over earnestly, and thon ho seemed to bo reIT YOU ARK GOING peating it iu hirt mind. Thon ho would add gestures to it and bito largo holes in " the atmosphere und look wild. . Til K... .. Finally I went over nnd spoko to him. I asked him what seemed to bo the trouble. Ho fuiid that ho was billed to lecturo nt Archy that ovening, and that already lui was two hours Iwhind. If we did not mako it up, he would loso $10, ho said, and ho looked at his watch again Louisville 4 NasHvtlic R. R. and then at tho schedule. Thon ho ran over a portion of his lecturo nnd exfor you, at in It the line amined tho joints in somoof his gesture to poo if tht'y wero working smoothly. I For 60mo timo remained with him, Make cloie cnnnectiont at talking with him and condoling him best I might, finally tolling him that I, LOUISVILLE AndlOINOINNATl too, was a lecturer, though I was kcei- ing it as quiet iu I culd on account of For alt pointt. my family, nnd so went on trying to j THROUGH TICKCTS SOLI. THROUGH hraco him up nnd give him courage oven UAGOAOK.CIIKCKKt) whilo I could hardly smilo myself. His1 For any Information cuiulre of JOKS KICK. Agent, agent Kooined tolw along with him, until Stanford, Ky Or to him I finally addressed myself iu tho W. W. PK.S'N, Trav Pais Agent, Junction C ty, Ky smoker a little later ou. "Can you not get a siiecial or do thing to relievo tho nu.Wy f your atinciuirtsl. "Ho seems to lo traction?" Horf olkiWestern R R sutTering so much over it." agent, biting Nj&-- W "My attraction," said tho off tho ragged edgo of his cigar wrapper i Schedule June a, 19 J and looking out at the frosty miles of northern country, "has been this way for. 1 it 1:111 n. eigiifc uiKiug nun iu 1110 LKAVK NOItrON DAILY nHj'lum. Kight years ago ho was a youn,: 11:0ft ft m. for Graham, llluefield, Pocahontas man. Ho mado a hit when ho graduated and all stations Hat Tup and Pocahontas Divit nnd delivered a thrilling speech regard"WoO p m . for llluefield, Radtard, Roanoke, ing tho Amorican Indian. Never having Lriichburg, Richmond and Norfolk Sleeping Cart from llluefield to Norlnlk and seen tho American Indian, ho loved him. Radford, aho from Lynchburg to Richmond Ho said, among other things, that tho Traint lor I'ocahontat, Powhatan and Good will leave llluefield daily at 6 10a m,S jo a m, 03 Amorican Indian approximated more p ru and 05 p nearly to what man should bo manly, Leave llluefield 6 to a m and 8 so m daily lor grand, physically jcrfect, morally great Kenova and Columbut, O . Chicago and all points and true to tho instincts of his conscience Wett. Pullman sleeper on jo p train tor Chi in and 8 So a m. caeo. Arrive Columliut than any other race of Iwings, civilized ; Additional traitit fur Welch and Intermediate here, ho asked. Mo or uncivilized. Ulionsoti Flkhorn leave llluefield 5JI,n"' wo hear such nohlo sentiments or meet Trains arrive at Notion Iruui the Katt daily at with such exinnplcit of heroism and self, U05 p m and 5 43 p n For further inlormatinn as to schedules, rates Encriiice as tho history of tho American .V Western Rail Ac. apply to agentt of NorfolkHKMLL, w H. hero shall we go Indian furnishes? roadorlo a Gen. l'att Agt ltc.ar.oke, again to hear such oratory as that of M F IIRAtKi, Black Hawk and Logan? Certainly the, Trav l'att, Agent records of our so called civilization do -not furnish it. and tho present century W devoid of it. Thoy were tho truo chilCHESAPEAKE & OHIO dren ofto tho Great Spirit. They lived tho great throbbing heart of nearer tho Creator than do their palofnced conquerors of today who mourn over tho lost and undone condition Philadelphia Courageous, bravo and tho of tho savage. bouI of honor, Baltlrnoro, Now York, thoir cruel and awful destruction from otf tho face of tho earth is a sin of such And all other Ketteru Citiet. t magnitudo that tho peoplo of America Line between Loultville, Lexington'.and Shorten may well shrink from tho just punishEattcrn Points. ment which is sure to follow tho nssast-natioIN EFFKCT NOV. 1, iSoa of no bravo n race.' Ho had quite EASmOUNI). Lve.Letlnglon a lot of thing? like that in his speech, ami Atlantic Express No. Jt, daily '7 lepm his father, who had a chattel mortgage Midland Accommodation, No 6. ex. Sun..u,oam 6.iopro on tho presaof Tho Homo nnd Vindicator a daily Veitibule.1 Express, No Mt. Sterling Accoin , No, 8, cx.Suu. of our placo, got it printed to tho exclusion of tho tax list aud other spicy WEST HOUND. Arr. Lexington: reading. Islington Accom,, No. 7, ex Sun 7 35am 17.40pm Iouiavllle Express No. 31, daily "Friends then petitioned him to let tho 4 i5P Lexington Accom, No, 13, ex Sun -boy lecturo. He swelled up with par6.10pm Vettibulcd Express No: 13, daily donable pride and encouraged tho young Solid Vettlbuled Trains w ith Dining Can. Ne man, and so ho started out. He was all but tranftr Through Sleepers from I.oii.gton without wrapped up in tho Indian, and so ho preSITTINO DOWN BY THE KOADSIPF- change. pared a lecturo on 'Tho Bod Man, Past C.H. RYAN, II. W. FUM.FR, The lecturer has two or three groat Att't Gen. Paas. Agt.. Gen. I'au. Agt, and Present.' Ho put nil tho poetry into Waihington, D. C. Cincinnati it that a boy who had never seen an In- obstacles to overcome which the actor dian would. He practiced oa his piece has not viz, ho has no scenery, ho ha3 all the timo, and finally ho got an en- to occupy the entire evening alone, nnd gagement. It was in a nearby town there is no division into three or four muni where thoy wero trying to buy a library. acts with a chance for tho audience to They only needed $S00 more, and so they rest nnd run down the show. And yet had decided to have a courso of lecture tho lecturer often starts out fearlessly ABBOTHOM during tho winter. Tho committee in- without training, or with training that STtVtNl BOtKT tended to have ono lecture on 'The is far worse than none, and on tho repuArctio Region and How to Avoid Going tation he has mado in somo totally differit KAMA There' by an old arctio explorer who ent nrt ho fearlessly rushes in where OSmCOM had token 60 picked men up to where angels wouh' naturally hang back and yniuii MSBKlM he could hear the north ondof tho earth's advertises to lecture. At the expanse ol AhtBtCtlVCinBtTUCn axis squeak, had eaten the leather ends tho public he thus, if persistent and wAMtlM ruiimroerumon sioRPinu off his suspenders, taken the latitude and bravo, at last learns to be natural if ha TM. flnor runmo roosts in longitude, picked eomo of his tendered didn't fooll dy get his originality and ME NOKTnWtiJT muss iaaneca men again and returned. It was also the individuality trained out of him by a gJasCPond uairuu scheme to have a lecture ou 'Political journeyman elocutionist on the start . CluCAOO.IlL Economy and How to Put Money iu the and is then considered a professional. Oerrl Soils MAM .vvitXtnanmi im OlKMOl National Pocket' by a man who lived on Ha can think of other more interesting ' and who was clothed by topics than his spooch and sit himself bli The Queen & Crescent Itoute, widely known lite road running Iht "1'ineet Train in tht South, U tn th field to carry everybody from the South to the World's Hair at Chicago. No part of the Southern country la left ulicated for by ttua great railway and ite connection. TheJ Through Car System it an admirable exposition of the Ktom of American grallroadlng New Oilcans Through Sleeping Cara run daily, morning and evcnlntf, carrying- ita passengers by Cincinnati or Louisville, at they may (fleet. rroin Shreveport, Vlckburg and Jackion anoth-e- r Through Sleeping Car Line comet to Join and become a part ol the magutficent Veatibuled Through Traint, which, patting through and the famout Willi Valley of Alabama, it joined at Chattanooga by thejtrainfrom Jack. Miiville, Fit , llruntwlck and Atlanta, U a., oer K'y, and proceed! north over the K. T. V A the beautiful Cincinnati Southern, through the grandctl natural acencry amd mott attractive country In the world, to Oakdale, where another magnificent Pullman Car It received, coming from the Richmond A Danville ayatam from Charleston, S C, through Columbia, t. C , the beautiful French llroad country, and AthvilU N. C ,and Knoiville, Tenn The lime to Chicago it made so as to atford the mott convenient houit for departures fiom the principal citiet and arrival! in Chicago. Paateofeiscsn purchate tickett go"d over one line nerth of the river, and returning via another if they detlre a variable route without extra chargo. Or they canfco via Cincinnati, returning via Louisville, or vice vrrta. Hound trip tickett on tale at reduced rate. Agentt of the Chicago line will on ire quest aatltt n looking up room or accommodallont for visit, on to the Fair Kvtrythlag that an almoit perfect tyttcmcan devtae to deserve the pralte and patronage of the traveling public hat been provided. Any of the Agenta of the companies named below will cheer- fully give all pottlble information and assistance--: R. II. Gairalt, New Orleans, La. I. Hardy, Viekthurg, Mim J K. McGregor, Itirmlngham, Ala. K. T.Charlton, Chatlanoogt, Tenn. W D Coiall, Junction (U, Ky , or J). G. Kdwards, Cincinnati, O. llirin-Ingha- j- - " ''gSPl5ISw SyiiSfgBlTfS THYl.VO TO CONSOLE HIM. Ho looked at tho watch, aud then he looked at a railroad folder, then ho looked at tho MS. of an address or lecturo which he took now und again from his hand-baWetting his lijw with somo restorative which Hcontod up tho car, ho would g. NORTH WIST, Double Dnlly Trains 1 11 1 I I 1 J 111 1 111 lip ! m I his The committeo had also decided to employ an uble theologian to lecture on 'Inside Facts Regarding Divine Retribution' by a man who had given his whole llfo ton study of kindred subjects. Then n well known humorist was to follow with a lecturo on 'Scaffold Orators and Orations. Past and Present.' "Last of all, Napoleon Panghorn, my young friend, was to locture on 'The Rodskiu aud His Wrongs. Tho price of tho whole courso ticket was only iJJJ. and tho public was on the q veeve, as yon might say. to hoar the closing lecturo. "Napoleon had not been idlo. Ho had not eaten anything but oatmeal for day, and his lips wero bloodless and parched. When his family spoko to him, ho replied briefly nnd then mnttered portions of his lecturo to himself. "At lust tho day aud the hour came. He inserted his arm in his breast, ns ho had seen pictures of Demosthenes doing, and began in a low voice. A coarso man with a courso ticket yelled 'Louder!' and Napoleon began over again. Ho went on pensively to speak of tho Indians in their purity and simplicity as they wore found by Columbus, tho wealthier ones perhaps clothed in tho pelt of a chipmunk, while tho poorer ones were thinly clad iu atmospheric pheuomenu, and so on. Then another man, a wagon maker from Lower Jasper, who was holding a little child that was eating a cooky with pink sugar on it, said in a gruff voico: bo's wo can hear ye? 'Can't ye Never mind tho gestures. Speak up! Louderl' "Napoleon fetched a llttlo kind of sob and took n glass of water. Then ho tried again, beginning back where ho started out. hut raising his voice higher and higher till it was split and ruptured at tho cud of every sentence. When he got through, the committeo told him thoy thought that 'was a pretty easy way to earn $$.' but gave it to him, including a lead dollar. of "Afterward tho which he was a member, gavo him a banquet. (They had previously invited him. and so could not well back out.) Ho went, though there was a wild, hunted look in luseyoaa he started. Tho banquet was not quite ready, for, as tho steward of tho restaurant said, 'tho Cove oysters had not came yet,' so Napoleon sat in tho anteroom, ami people went by aud examined him as if thoy wero taking n farewell look at him leforo tho lid was screwed dowti. "Ho was very cold and quite hungry, not having eaten anything Blnco ho had agreed to deliver tho lecturo, but thoy put him at tho cold end of tho room by the sido of a frapjied president, who mado notes on tho back of his menu and frightened out of Napoleon what little intelligence lie had left. "Tho restaurant was a very poor one Indeed, and tho china had large, dark chips knocked out of it by peoplo who had tried to drivo iu picture nails with it. Tho courses wore widely segregated, and tho dishes came on each timo warm and hurried and panting, as who should say: 'Wo may bo a littlo Blow nbout it, hut wo do not miss a single courso. We also nim to pleaso.' "Well, to mako a long story amort, the agony could not iw drawn out any longer, and finally tho president rapied on the table with tho iron handle of his already exhausted knifo and ewid, 'Wo havo with us this evening' just as though they had been iu tho habit of entertaining nil tho crowned heads that camo to town. Then ho spoke briefly and tersely of Na poleon and introduced him as tho slher tongtied representative of tho of .Jasper. "Naiwleon arose, wied his cold lips with a napkin, and taking tho tablecloth with one hand by tho corner ho jerked it about duo east as tho crow flies, gae tho shriek of n demon, and tying the table linen around the throat of the president choked him to death. Then picking up a whole custard pie he struck u little fellow on tho opposite sido of tho table so as to fill the ear to overflowing, caught hold of a carving knifo and fled through tho village, cutting holes in constables and biting elderly people on their way home. Ilo has cleared out two asylums already, and now ho is on his wny to He still thinks, poor boy, Waupaca. that ho is to lecturo at Jasper tonight and that if he should disappoint them ho will bo out $10." son-in-la- sak down by the roadside of llfo at times to calmly remove the thr.rns aud brambles from his tired feet thorns and brambles accumulated nil along the harsh and fiercely thorny road over which ho has traveled toward even a moderato success. I nm often asked, "Are tho audiences as different as tho people, and whero do you find the most enthusiastic and I must say that audloncos?" no general rulo can be given so far as points of the compass are concerned. The west is hardly more enthusiastic than the east, though a young audience, a college audience or nn audience of teachers or newspaper men is tho audience for enthusiasm. Portland, Me., is said to bo the quietest and Chicago the most enthusiastic. This is true in somo respects, but if you can get time to watch tho faces of the New England audience without forgetting your peace you will discover tho Bamo degree of appreciation and enthusiasm, though manifested perhaps in a different way, in tho ono caso as in the other. Lecturers are better treated on the whole now than 20 years ago, and the eggs used by those who criticise the performance nro of a higher order of excellence, it seems to me. No ono can he quicker to recognlzo and appreciate such a reform than I can. No ono hails with greater gleo or more optimistic salvos of applause this stride in tho direction of improvement. I had iutended to give a few littlo personal experiences in tho way of anecdotes of u comic character, but space forbids; besides I doubt tho good taste of writing flippantly of such a serious mat-to- r as lecturing, especially humorous lecturing. I had also thought of devoting a page to lecturo managers with whom I have met, but tho subject is too prolific, and besides I am afraid that Borne lecturo manager might roply with an essay on "Lecturers With Whom Ho Has Mot." Somo other time I will write of thesa things, so that it will bo an easy matter for tho reader to learn how to lecturo successfully by a few evenings" study at home. 1 yfeX.AJ format ML tzUMMJ? l dp-'faA- cc2r. 52H. Cfr&tlcf? ET 2tXVUiAvtZ S '. l?Z-&- 0 C&1 vwGfcL TTtAusfc 4iff?? rr TUTTS antl-tnlarlat JTAMES Tiny Liver Pills k HUSTON VILLE, KY., A a a Ti I tOieitif AMTiMS Atty hrg A llrlKbt Outlook. nt.bIllon and are wonderful In their effect 111 freeing thai rjiUm of bUlouaacMV amd malaria. No one U ring? la ) 1 mu hould be) without them. Their tu . prevents attacks of chills and fever, dnxab aarne, billons colic, and sjlreaftsf the system strength to rctUt all the . evils ofanmntiealthy and Impure at A ' Biosphere. W Price, SOo. OSSce. 30 Park Mace, N.Y. Kleg-antl- y sugar-coated. Malarial Regions TRADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS. Foe Information and fre TTmrthnnlr writ ta kUNN co, aa bboaowat. nbv yobc Oldest bureau for eecurlnir patent tn America, Ererr patent taken out by ua la brousht before tiifl public bj a notice glrea free) of enarge Is too BaVJaBaS CAVMTS. gtimtiiit rnttltm fcVWVVWWV Larveat circulation of anr cdentlSe paper In to Spleodldlr llluatrated. No lmellment world. man ahould be without it. Weekly. 3,e)H 4 rears ILSOelx montha. Addreaa UDNTri 301 Broadway, Maw York Cur. MENSTRUATION passes off in due time without pain or discomfort ; but when she approaches this crisis MONTHLY with a frail constitution and feeble health she endangers w'th a woman of vigorous health mERS HOUSE MTTER V ST ABXJC p. W. GREEN, Prop. Tnis Mable, which l run n coarectlon with tht welM.ni.wn Mjert Huute, bitjbeen supplied wltb both her physical and mental powers. BRADFIELD'S brother is waving about ou a stick. Miss Clara." "That's a coattail." To whom, pray, does it "A coattail! belong?" "That's a curious thing your little -- s FEMALE & A'.New Lot of Horses, Carriages, REGULATOR if taken a few days before the monthly sickness sets in and continued until! nature performs her functions, has no equal as a SPECIFIC for Painful, Pro- fuse, Scanty, Suppressed and Irregular Buggies, Wagons, j i 5 prepiis FIRST-CLAS- nn. rummer's Suppl es and is better than ever ituppir the public with S RIGS OF ALL KINDS. t on given to Weddings P. W. GREEN. Proprietor. "To tho young gentlemen who cnlled hero last." Life. Not lli-nd- Personal and Parties and Ilurbls. AL. nUUNS, Manager. . MENSTRUATION Book to "WOMAN BKAUHtLU . KEliULAIUK CO.. Atlanta, Ga. , C Her brown hair wns drawn simply away from her fair young brow, nnd her bluo eyes had u subdued sadness in them. Sho Mood aloof from the other young ladies whoso hair was drawn simply away front their fair young brows aud who-.cjet. had subdued sadness in them. A soft sih fluttered tho delicate lace upon her tender bosom. "No," she tnusfil, "I am not worthy." A tear of a distinctively blinding variety welled trom tho usual source and conred adtiwn her cheek. o "mailed Tree. Sold bu VVAV- all DriMHlilta. Pimph AND- - done before, however, but never have those furnished been eo near tho original sum pie a this one. Everyone will exclaim, " Well I that's the sweetest baby I ever saw p' Thto enxravinir can axiT littlo you but a faint Idea of thocxqutetteoriffinal. black-und-whl- OO YOD WANT TO ADOPT A BABYl Maybe you think this la a new business, emlmirout babies on application ; it bos been llT't The suggestion of a sob was noticeable in her tone. ers. wero I Blotches jRE EVtDENCB wrong, and oring to throw off the impurities. Nothing is so beneficial in assisting nature as Swift's Specific S. S. S) It is a simple vegetable compound. Is harmless to the most delicate child, yet it forces the poison to the surface and eliminates it from the blood. ! HW!. raBBaleaeaeaw'Akil'' "must not deceive my dear teachI am not prepared to graduate, aud that nature is endeav- That the blood is ""giti. RAILWAY. Washington, to take tho degroo today I must ever havo with 1110 tho distressing consciousness of unfitness. Thoy who trust mo know it not. but 1 am awaro in my own heart that tho ribbons on my dress do not exactly match thoso upon my es Kiy. No, it must not bo." Burying her face in her handkerchief, sho tottered from tho company of tho sweet girl graduates. Detroit Tribune. An (ihjtict ketnoii. SJBfaBEfiESMSMSMSMSMSMSaaRai' KJ8M Fulton, Arkansas, Treatise on Illood and Skin Diseases mailed tree. Swtrr Sr&cuuc Co, Atlanta, Ga. laWSa I contracted a severe case of blood poison that unfitted me for business for four years. A few bottles ei Swift's Specific (S. S. 5 ) cured ma J. C.Jones, City Marshal, t'M a nine " which wo propose- to send to yon, transportation paid. The littlo darling rcets aiming t a pillow, and Is In tbo act of drawing off Iu t "I find it pays to lend a man 11 dollar," n "True," returned Briggs. "Ah can you let 1110 havo a dollar for a day or two, Bronsou?" Harm's Bazar. Itateu't Iutrated Vet. naid Bronson. "Why?" usUi'd Briggs. "Well, if ho pays up, you are square. If ho doesn't, you find out what tort of a fellow ho is at small cost." Tho flesh off TABLER'Spil buckeyemLC OINTMENT SURE and CERTAIN ItDtrilB ST z&zz Strangor What sort of a climate have you iu New York. Native Well, wo can hardly bo said to have a climate yet. Up to tho present we have been having samples under consideration. New York Herald. llealratile Neighbor. That woman we just Mrs. Binks pussed is the nicest neighbor I ever had. Friend Ne:f:hbor? Why, she didn't 0 much as glance at you. Mrs. Binks That's what I like about her. New York Weekly. A CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, A rnptnl OUT known for IB years as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. ky BIC1URD403 U qCAIIlTT. CURE CO., 8T. LOtlS. BUT U QCUJTt. Dpop USA LINE. The Only Way. Day Thero is just ono way to get waiters who will not consider it a hardship to do without whiskers. Weeks What? Day Hire girls. Truth. The re'a Million! In It. Murray There's Vun Hump, the millionaire author. Hill Great ScottI what does hs write? Murray Advertisements. Clnb. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM this greatttit painting of Ida Waugb (the most celebrated of modern painters of baby life) are to be given to those) who Jutacribo to Demorcst's Vumljy Magtv-rln- o for 18S3. The reproductions cannot be told from tbo original, which coot (400, and are tho same slzo tl7x! inches). The bit by la life size, and absolutely lifelike. We hare) alo in preparation, to present tn our subscribers during ISW, other great pictures by such artiau as l'crvy Moran,Maud mimpbrer, Louis Dosehumns, nnd others of world-wid- e renown. Take only two examples of what we did during tho past rear, "A Yard of Pan sies," and "A Wuito Ilo use Orchid" by the wife of President Harrison, and you will see what our promises mean. TU090 who subcauribo for Demorent's Family Magazine for 1831 will poeoess a gallery or works of art of great value, besides Magazine that cannot be equaled by any la the world for its beautiful Illustrations aad subject matter, that will keopeveryoue post nd on all the topics of the day, and all th fads and different Items of Interest about tbe bouAubold, besides furnishing Interostlnr reading mitter, both grave and gay, for the) whole family; nnd whllo Demorcst's Is not Magazine-- , Its t fashion wo give you. fashion pagrs are perfect, and frt 0 cott, all the patterns you wish" to ua during tho year, and Bend in your subin anv slzo you choose. scription at onto, only J, and you will really ret over in value. Address the publisher, W. Jennings Ocmorest, 15 East 1Mb. St. New York. 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MCM. w N'- -, f- -j "rr ?rr n FOOD OF FAMOUS MEN. OMl LIVE TO EAT, AND OTHERS EAT TO LIVE. America' W leading Epicure Hat Simple Rniielf Sage' Tonlo Chauuccy Mte M. Depew' Dinner Tipple Colli P. Huntington Dote on Tomato. Special Correspondence. NEW YonK, Rooe-Tl- t cpl-emr- e, June 12. Robert B. has been called Snm Ward's successor la tbe position of America's leading and probably few New Yorkers will dispute his title to that honor. It is inter eating, therefore, to note what ho said lr describing an ideal American feast, and hit aayings may wull lend the account of wbnt and how some prominent citizens eat. Tht notion wa.i once popular that rich yn- -. lived on the fat of the land, nnd today there ore many people who will hardly In lleve that a man who can afford pate dc fole gras every day should live on stale bread nnd plain meat and potatoes. I" ft V It, rr I H v dings that ai-- puddings plum or batterer cabinet or Indian. "The ndditions that may be made to this list are too numerous to mention. Then tbe wines thut take the prizes at the expositions held in the capitals of all Europe, but which are neglected at home, the vintages of California, the rich, full, fruity, red and white wines, not the wretched thin viu ordinaire, logwood aud vinegar, continually to us under various appellations, and winding up with a good class of digestive old bourbon or rye whisky." "But what of French cookery?" Mr. Roosevelt was asked, and ho replied with emphasis that French cooks do not know bow to cook. "The'lauds of civilization," he went on, "have succumbed to the dynasty of the French bill of fare, with its execrable language and its continual draft upon that least epicurean of modern inventions, the tin can, for nothing can be worse than the tin can contents, except it be iter haps the regulation flabby, tasteless filet de bocuf, which has as its only recommendation that it is as costly as it is wretched. Everywhere one may travel he will find a copy, more or less deteriorated, of the menu which be left behind him. Even good old staid Holland has fallen before the wiles of the charmer, and I remember that the Holland society could get few original Dutch dishes to celebrate their flrt dinner." It would be difficult to find a more em phatic dissent from these ideas than was presented by Mr. Richard A. McCurdy.tlie president of the Mutual Life Insurance company, when he was asked if a man could not live as well in New York as any where else ou earth. "Certainly not," he said, "because the American people have eliminated the onion and the soupcon of garlic, which are almost universal iu true French cooking. I do not peak of tbe sweets now, of course, but from the merest suspicion of onions in the boup to the composition of the salad these flavors prevail in French and Italian cook "Again, where In New York, unless you go to a French restaurant, can you get a salad with a delicately chopped bit of chervil in it, as is universal on tbe continent? Why, un American salad to a person just borne from the other side looks absolutely naked. It is almost indecent If you want French cooking as nearly correct as may be in New York, go to some unpretending table d'hote or to some basement cafe iu the French quarter. If you get back alive, 'you will have dined, It is true that a good many of our rich men have imported French chefs and pay them enormous wages, but when they Ket ne over iere tuc first thing they do' is to give him instructions to conform to American tastes, and What can tbe poor chef dof He has to obey orders, and he has to cook to suit American palates." Russell Sage does not keep a French hef. There are people whe say that he ery. nt)ni;itT n. noosr.vrLT, A momcutV thought, iiowerer, will bring to light the fact thntn millionaire's stomach Is constructed on. similar principles to a hodcarrier's. He may bo n little more ha ble to gout, but hu is also liablo to dypoi. Ma. Palates are very much uljke in all the human race, and though they aiu often cul tlvated they work aliont alike wherevir they nre founiL Moreover, tho chemical constituents of human leings nre about the same in every Instance, and a man needs . lust the same proportion of carbo-hydr.protein and fat whether he be rich or poor The steward of the Brunswick hotel Ktlil some time ago that he sold more apple pic and rice puddings than of any other kind of dessert. Yet apple plea and rice pudding-ar- e dainties within n very poor man's reach Roosevelt's Ideas, however, are interesting as Indicating that he has really thought on the subject of eating Intelligeutthought, too whereas most men have nt leant one Biblical injunction. lie says: "I have long looked for an occasion sufficiently conpicuous to justify the giv ingof a purely American dinuer with its honest roasts, Its true blue boils, its simple broils, its meats cooked with the flavor of the meats, not of tho tiresome aud absurd fagot or bouquet of herbs, which di$gu-- t with its endless superfluity, lit--t us imagine a dinner beginning with a boiled fish not a salmon, for that is too rich for an elaborate dinner and is worthy of making a feast by itself, but one of the innumerable American varieties, which are delicious when plainly prepared. "Then, if you please, turkey, that nation nl bird which is to be found nowhere ele in such perfection: afterward terrapin and fried oysters not the cold, clammy, tin cooked ones which fashion requires us to outrage an empty stomach with. For game, canvasback duck or Minnesota venison. If any one must have beiguets in tho middle of his meal, give him btraight out American griddle cakes, and not feeble imitations, although nil such inter(o lations are vandalisms, for dinner should be dinner and deert dessert. Then fur the latter have something satisfying to the natural longing for sweets no gateaux dried up cakelets, but a pumpkin or mince pie or one of the innumerable pud & m A LOST BOOK. would not be likely to do so even If he liked A PilETTY SIDEBOARD. French cookery, which he does not He Is Dante's "Inferno" Found After m Ferlod one of the few business men In New York of Twelve Years. who dine In the middle of tho day, though Be Made at Home at a Special Correspondence. he calls his dinner a luncheon, and when It Can Trifling Expense. the average New Yorker Is dining ho inNew YonK, Juno 12. When Marion dulges iu something at home which is Crawford was here, he had a number of In"high tea," unless he is entertaining guests.- - How to Transform an 01dFashlond Bo- - teresting conversations with authors and publishers, in which ho expressed with a Iu that case it becomes a sure enough dinreau Into a Thing of lleauty and uer. good deal of frankness his opinion of the Most Desirable Piece He breakfasts early, 7:80 or 8 a.m., and tendency of fiction writing and his Idea as of Furniture. 1Ii very simply, tho meal consisting of n steak In clinr. tli mmlpni nnvrl wnttlil 1m or chops, a baked potato, a roll nnd a dish made it plain thnt hchad small faith In the In many an attlo or storeroom there f of wheaten grits. Of the last dish ho Is is 6torcd away In a dark recess an short story, reganllng It as a mere especially fond, and he says that he eats it the anecdote and bureau. The dtill mahogany popularity would be short believing that Its 865 mornings iu the year and that It always lived, excepting knob agrees w ith him. "I eat," ho says, "what front with its brass or wooden that the fondness for anecdote ho liellevrd agrees with me and do without what does has little attraction for anj thing but to 15 permanent. Hut as a method of liter not. Six months in the year I have baked tho woodpile. So, possibly, may think ary development he did not think that it or stewed apples for breakfast. I am fond pome persons who have not a mechan- would Impermanent, and he declared that ical turn. of fruit and find It beneficial to me." it seemed to him that even the highest A sideboard Is a very desirable plcco art of modern short story writers could not Mr. Sage's luncheon or dinner almost in variably consists of a cut of roast meat, of furniture, but even a poor one is compare with the achievements in that either beef or lamb, with bread and buttet field which were won by the early English, SS?-SS and fruit, and claret If It be summer or te. the Italian and the French writers of brief If it bo winter. He drinks coffee at break tales. fast and tea with tho evening meal. Clan Mr. Crawfonl declared that it was his Iks he does not care for excepting in war' lief that in the future tho novel would be weather, but when It U cool he takes a t likely to coii-lof three works, not the blespoonful of bourbon whisky in wati novel as it is known iu Euglaud. j Immediately after breakfast, declaring thu novel, each complete iu but the it is a first i ate tonic. itself, and yet each having cltwo relations Ills "tea" is almost like the other tw to thoso which in subject and treatment meals consisting, as a rule, of steak, clu ; were associated with Iu or broiled chicken, with the usual ncei.n Crawford made his first exposition of this pauimeutsof potatoes and bread, thoul Idea in Boston after an extraordinary ev He Is j i. he sometimes takes biscuits. perienee which he met with in that ilt tlcular to a degree about his bread and li.i the story of which is here reported for tin it always homemade, of the lightest a: firt time. mi .Mr .k.l.i not Inexpensive, Htul u renlly good ono K. l'inkliain,Ina the spring ot of Jack Ma on whilet" 1'hero is as Mr. McCurdy s.n near relative Is costly. The bureau we have In mind tin' actor, and of the Lowell Maon famil a great difference between high living good living aud many men In New Y . has the material for making a perfectly having attended a performance nt the It's to whom Rusell Sage'- income woi.i acceptable sideboard, nt an insignitl-cau- t Museum, hailed a cab so that he nnv'i-seem ii princely fortune live higher tn expense. The bureau has four wide Ikj in season to attend a reception wind, ho does, though there are few who b drawers, nnd upon the top two other was to W' given by some of the leading lietter than he does that is, If exiell.i small drawers It Is surmounted with tors and actresses of IUMon stock coin n .. and simplicity of food constitute good a bnckbourd with some design of scroll- nies to Marion Manolu, who was quite d s Ina. tinguished in burloqito opera, aud whg work. One who has attended any considerable Hibseqtieiitly married Jack Mason of tho Tho first thing to be done Is to number of the great dinners at wlut' Mum. tun coniNiuy. .tho fronts of tho three lower llostou Chauneey Depew is so often seen would Ii drawers carefully. When this has been of While ridiimdowu the rouitli pavement inclined to think that he was a high ln Tretiumt street Mr. l'inkliain perceUod If any one on earth is, for though the pi.l. dono replace the remaining parts of that he was sitting tion a bundle wind, lie banquets are by no menus the best e tho drawers Into their respective hail evidently Ikvii lift in the cab by sonu ample of art itlc epicureanism to bo hi... places, for they nre to be used as one who had hired it outlier iu the evetung even tit second rate'restaurants, yet thej shelves for dishes. The top drawer in lie withdrew this bundle nnd saw tlmt it are alwny pretentious and sometimes wel the innln part of the bureau Is left for was a book and by the light of the stnst cooked. lamps rcalied that he had A cotiy of some the use of table linen. Mr. Depew, however, is lather a pliii Tho bureau now stands with the thing or other iu the (ireek l.m age. liver, though not so plain n one as Mr fronts of the drawers removed. A lirtus Sage, He says, "If a man cannot rod with silk AV himself ut a banquet, he has no busine--s t --yir" curtains mny be . go to one." And accordingly ho selects sail placed across the from his menu a simple dinuer and ea; front, but doors only what he has selected, though of coi.tm apthe entire series of courses is served to linn 1 s&l sj seem more El) 'M This dinuer, though simple by comp.tr) propriate to the son, is really a somewhat dutiornte rcpat 1 4.-soliditv that bebut nothing is included iu it which he O longs to a side 'J U deems injurious to his health. He eschews board. If you choose doors you must all pastry and all Ices, but eats freely oi now make another search in the storemeat and vegetables "I eat all vegetable freely In season," he says, "and for that room, where perhaps you will find the e rope matter out of season as well in these das head or footboard of an of cans." Hu is very temperate in the list bedstead. If you nre successful you of wines, seldom drinking mora thau hall will probably find that the footboard a bottle and never tasting more than out has two panels, which can be sawed kind at a meal. Champagne is his choice, Into and evened off nt the ends and because lie says ho is more likely to get it will make very neat doors, and will pure than ho is if he takes anything else. 6ave the expense of having' them made. Collls P. Huntington, the great railway If they are not quite wide enough to magnate, Is another example of the men fill tho open space In front of the who live simply, although they can easily afford pio nt eery meal. He is said to le drawers, a piece of wood about two worth $00,000,000. He, like Mr. Sage, inches wide placed between the doors clings to his eatly habits so tenaciously as and nailed on to the shelves will hold to dine at 1 o'clock instead of 0 or 7, 11 i" the catches of the doors. The sideboard may Iks made lower breakfast consists of a steak or chop, a I' MARIOS CliAWrOltD. talked potato, bread and butter and tea. by sawing off the legs if too high. Claw Ijiter in tli" evening hi his own ro. in he Ills dinuer is almost invariably a piece of feet add to the beauty of It. roast beef, with bread and butter and vegeThe part on top of the bureau that discovered that the book was a traiislatioii tables and weak tea. His supper Is of cold contains the two small drawers Is care iu Greek of Dante's "Inferno," and meats, bread and butter and tea. He nevet something of a bibliophile he recoguizt d it removed drinks cotTVe. He Is exttemely fond of fully to be a work of unusual value, 'l'u mini; breakfresh vegetables and eats almost all kinds without over the leaves, he found thut two of the In season, but his favorite is the tomato. ing It apart, and fly leaves were stuck together, and separnt a smooth board Ing them discovered upon the inner one a Potatoes ho always wants baked. Mr. Huntington says that he liellevex a of white wood Is dedication In toF. Marion Crawford person ought to eat whatever suits his up neatly fitted Into It was plain that a valuable book belong petite, but that he ought to be able to at the opening, leaving a smooth surface ing to the distinguished novelist had U u isfy himself with whatever ho may bo able' for the top of the sideboard. The two left by chance iu this Hoston cab, aud Mr to get. "I pity the mau," he said, "who is ' small drawers and scrollwork, togeth- Pinkham determined to return It to the constantly busying himself with thinking! er with the inahoirnnv drawer fronts, owner if he could learn where he was. The about what he shall get to eat." The very are now screwed upon two bed slats in following day he railed upon Mrs. Julia of simple diet described is the one to which , the Ward Howe, who he knew was nu autit he confines himself winter and summer, this way, leaving a space betweenhalf-Inc- Mr. Crawfonl, and she told him that Mr hardly ever making any change except a drawer fronts sufficient to admit Crawfonl was somewhere In Italy and had shelving to be used for fancy not been in America for nearly 10 j ears. to tho vegetable, which he changes from time to lime according to the season. dishes, etc. This heightened the mystery, since Mr Sweets of all kinds he avoids carefully,! To support the top, pieces of drapery Pinkham wondertd how a ixok whose having indeed little taste for them and lie--. curtain poles are screwed upon It, the value he recognized aud which was plainly lieving them to le injurious to him. poles being of sufficient length to rest a cherished gift of Mr. Crawfonl could The late .lay Gould lived plaiuly from on the sideboard when set up to act have left iu a Hoston cab while Mr choice. Tho late William H. Yanderbilt as support. Crawford had not been in America for 10 also eschewed high living. He had no taste, Half-incshelving of white wood Is years. for wine or liquor and never indulged iu to Mr. set In the open spaces left between the Ushers PinkliMtn wrote utid Crawford's pub it, though if he were iu company where his received arutlitr for hisaddress refusal to do so would be couspicious he drawer fronts, the front corners of curt note from them in which they wild would raise Ids glass to his lips and set it the shelves being fitted into slots cut that they were not authorised to furnish The first Mr. Crawford's address to any one, but down with the contents untasted. .He said in the two curtain poles. once when questioned by a friend as to his would forwanl to hirn any coin inuulcat ion which was sent under ooer to them. habits of living: "I have been accustomed ever since I was a loy to plain, wholesome Therefore Mr, Pinkhum kept the Ixxik, living, and I attribute my uniformly good and last winter when Mr. Crawfonl gave health to that factand to my regular habits. his first reading in Cblckc ring hall in HosI have my ills and aches like almost nil ton Mr Pinkham went to the retiring room other men, but I am free from spell of after the reading wasover, introduced him sickness." This was about two years beself to Mr. Crawfonl and said that he before .Mr. Yanderbilt died. lieved he had a book which belonged to the distinguished author. Mr Crawfonl looked rather Incredulous-lfor a moment at Mr. Pinkham and then at the volume, but when he opened it and recognized it he greatly excited, and he said: "This is indeed my Ixlok. Of all the woiks iu my library I valued It most highly both on account of its rarity and becatis of some special associations did which have been connected with it. not think any money would have templet me to part with it, and its intrinsic value iielf below the drawers Is made to fit to a Imok. collector represents a considerbetween the poles. In the next space able sum of money. Where did you get IU' Mr. Pinkhum told him the story of its below place two shelves with the opdiscovery by him in a Hoston cab two years posite corners rounded off. Molding of any kind or drapery poles before, and this anecdote seemed only to in can be used to finish off tho rough tensify the mystery. "I missed that liook," said Mr. Crawfonl edges left on the sides of the drnwer "nearly 1'J years ago. I never had any trace fronts. A neat railing can bo placed of It from the time It disappeared from iu on top of the two smull drawers. library in Italy. I would have given a good The whole may be ornamented ac- deal of money to have recovered It. How cording to the taste of the maker. it could hae been taken from my library Pressed wood ornaments can be found in Italy, brought to America, kept their RUSSELL BAGE. 10 years and then been discovered Roscoe Conkllng was probably the mot at hardware or lumber dealers. Hrass nearly way my compreheii conspicuous example of abstinence that was drawer rings of any design may be iu tills curious saypastes I am delighted to sloii. I can only that really austere that was ever known anion.' added in place of knobs. receive it back and prize The little white wood used in making do the majority of books in it more than the men of note iu iMh country. He not my collection." only abstained from rich food, but nb the sideboard is to be stuincd with Mr. Crawfonl then introduced Mr. Pinkstained from food altogether In a way tluM stain. Fine varnish used upon Howe and to seemed impossible for a man of his robs. si the mahogany brings out the fine ham to Mrs. Julia Ward his cousin, and Maude physique who worked as hard as he did grain, and the whole mnkes a piece of invited Howe, the novelist, him to dine It was kuown of him on very many oc;u furniture worthy to grace uny dining-roo- Upon that occasion the nextday with him Mr. Ciawford was still felons that after working at his office all Eugene A. Vnughan, in Youth's full of the mystery of the loss of this liook day with nothing to eat after his breakfast ami its queer recovery, and ho then prehe would go to a restaurant and take situ Companion. sented Mr. Pinkham with three of his novChair-Rolply a chicken sandwich and a glass of mil Nora or els in series writing upon the fly leaf the as a preparation for a hard night's worl. seen the story of the recovery of his prized Dante, A pretty sofa or chair-roAfter awhile his health broke down. day was made of three fine hem- ami also his belief that the novel of the fu There is a moral to it all, of course, hut other stitched handkerchiefs, put together in ture was not to be a single work, but a sethe reader will have to find it out for him self. Coiikling was successful. So ii the lace Insertion, the pattern of the ries each distinct, and yet the series closely Roosevelt, and so are the others. Doubt lace being picked out in heliotrope identified with each other. E. J. EUWAKDi. less each one of them would attribute hi' wash silk. The gathered ends were forming when gathsuccess, in part at least, to his habits ' first Three and a quarter billions of cigarettes living. Very likely each one is right, but ered a frilled rosette, tied with helioIt seems somewhat puzzling to him will trope ribbons, tho whole drawn on over were manufactured last year in this couUlm an example. a roll first covered with heliotrope slle-sl- ntryenough to ginlle the earth three times If lrdd end to end. Dvin A. CrenTis. I I I develop-mento- Mr. Ta E. C. Brinly TSX AjjVUOA'iraptr yer beu Thecheapest IUt the following towiy about the Klecttopoue ol L Gripp. nJ how It cures Office Drtnly, titles & Hardy Co., Loultville, Jan. jo, 1891. Genu: While attending the Memphis Kalr tome months go, 1 was attacked with ftvcie illrr-cHtc- h a ht Comes to you every other day and d. is Kentucky xc gets it thrc months. -, 1 11a Address auiuwi , "(or only -- pi I I ! st ' I pains in my arms and legs, the effects of Rtlppo.of last Inter 1 tuft your agcatthcre, Mr. llartctt, who is an old frlind, arnl.he insisted that 1 use Main itreot, in office reet Office IbeElcctropoiirathitloRlCc, which I did with tacatcd South lid F, Huffman, SUnfoid, Ky. by Dr. L. wpudetlnl tetultt. In a short time the pains lelt mt and I concluded to rent a 'I'oUe. W'lirn my rental time had eipirtd I bought it, and would not part with it for any comidtrslioii. It It certsinly aoonderfal treatment, and It is mote wonderful a think to how it dots its nrk, yet it does the duty of every man to make known to the afflicted any thing that'will be ol anyi lent fit to them, and the Klectropoue certainly will. Very llepeclfullv, T. K. C. 1IKI.VI.Y. Mr. Ilrmley none of the oldrM nnd belt known lliffW TCi . s.X plow manufacturers in the country iThe disease cured hy the Klectropole are m.t if UftBiirr ' of ailment. Hy Its confined to any particular cl useoygen is absorbed through , the pores and membranes, adds tttengtli and vigor to the entire s stem, and wilt euro any ditraie wheio there is tttality to build on am! a cure I poitlble. We in lt all to call'or write and gtt lull particulars 1)1 1101S .V WKMI, Koom iu, Noiton ll.'oclr, Ire Northwet ctirner Kourlh and Jcflrrion Sltteir All kinds of vehicles pamltd trimmed i.vttd lnfirtlaM st)lc l'lKin and ornamental Lnuiivillc, Ky guaranteed In both workman, Signs Satisfaction er,Vi m. .hiu and price Shop un main stteet. Ky ! Slanfanl. lliughttty'slUck.mitta HAAS DR. DR. W. B. PENNY Dentist JOHN H. DcNARDI, it. 1 Carriage Painter and' Trimmer, MB 1 w I7'r i f. KWT'M .m JOS. . i Hog & Poultry Remedy Hh dl'eaie, etpelt h4 haitco - ti . Used Successfully Fifteen Years. Will arrcu diM'atr, pinveti's worms, stop rojch, mcrcae ihe inattmty I'ricev -- re-mo- cheaprat iourl cn $ s and n cents per pickicr; cVgti ait o Ihe iateti i'or sale by so, St !i A K t I'KNNV. Stanford, Ky. VT &&&?& U3 &1L&Y cw . COME to SEE ME. Having pur Sated the I tt TAKK f fSl di-t- Grocery jt Of J W Kamsev, I a pcHnNe and will : n Business Id' reaurg n have it Par-tlcula- Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, llirbers in the Stat there are three ef the alto etHlmt lUlh Kfows mnin conAgent lor I el ngton Steam Laundry . tVettotkat Ihrr are nection r. .-5 -- 1?3 I (pi fc'j Complete in Every .. .'a-- TIIK (all at mr More en Ian aler trret and make it to jour inttrrtt to trade with me I will W. C. HUTCHINCS. 1 elGUItYlUt 1 HllAITlCiCitOlt,ta- - old-tim- THE POPULAR AND DIRECT Commercial McKINNKY, KY Hotel, Hotel at Mc LINK TO I have bciight abort inentKiied Kinucy aud havttttached a First-Cl&3- POINTS All. MMrWirip J 9 J1WJ A. Aud And S Bar and Pcol'Scom. .itlurnlihrd the Hotel anJ fu i I am Better than ever Have repaued and WORLD'S FAIR Vltitms, rernemrer the Monon Is the line. ith Vettlbulrd "liain, Dining Cars, I'aUcc Chair at ioen rates. Cars, Pullman llufftt Prepared to Accommodate the Public. f'pecul attenllcnjto Commercial Men V W Clin.N, Proprietor flJOK CARSON, Manager. J SUtn, For information addreis IAS IIARKKR.C. P V U CRUSH,)!). P. A, A , Chicago l.cuiivtll JAMKS YEAt.lK 1HOMA.S YKAUKK Farmers Bank&Trnst I Co wllk -- YEAGCK & YCAGER, now Of STANIOKD, KV , lull j or jinucd and ready tor buimtii n ' mil FEIB m m stable, lY. hrt-cli- Paid up Capital of ' Surplus, . $200,000. -'1000. ( h STANFORD, . ;Vt are lurur new stable in tlit?t)tra Block and are well supplied with Have leen purchated and nothing but urnouts will Irave the twbl. to TIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL llouu SUCCrSSOK BANK OFATANrOKD, Now cloaing up) with the ism NEWRIQS AND HORSES s Hy provisions of Its chatter, depositors arc as fully protected as aie depositors in Natloaal liable to the estent of the amount of their stock therein at tht par valuisthcrrol, I addition 10 th amount invctttd In such shares It may acta esecutnr. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at sn mdividu.l ho entrusted their bulttness to ni To thut whil mnagttiK the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here lender our many thanks and trutl they will continue to transact their buimxi with us, ottering at a guarantct fcr prompt alts I tho tame management. aistta and under Ix-i-- Banks, its shareholders being held Individually h Give tlicm a Call. ( siiiipi J. H. BAUGHMAN, KIKE AND STOKM INSURANCE AGENT X lion to same, our twenty ;aia' eipcuence banking and as liberal accommodations as ate with sound banking pikictoni: ). J. William, , ML Vernon; J, M. Hall, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Manford; S.J. Embry, Stanford J' J. B, Lynn, Slanlcrd; A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgevilli; J. F. Catb, Stanfard; William Uooch, Stanford, Ky. S. II. Shanks, President. J II Owilcy, CaikMr W.M.Ilrlght. Teller. Representing,.... Hartford, of HnrtfordJConn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Kng.; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of NorthVAmerica. Companies. I would pleased to wait o nmj Incndt ill this line. Pol. icict promptly isined. Will insure against tornadoes, wind storms and liifhtnlng. Lightning without additional charge Office at Firit National Hank Stanford. All of which are fiMt-cla- ia Os d 1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. CRAB ORCHARD Capital Stock- Surplus 9200,000 20,500 1? i SPRINGS. 'I In limed bummer Retort, with Its 1 Healing "Waters ond.Ecatful roundings, Sur- ma-hoga- Is Now Open for tlic Health and pleasure Re-ception- of GueHtN. will rind this Attention of the public is invited to th fae that this is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act dcputitors are secured not only by th capital nock, hut by the stockholders liability lor amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of this institution are itcurtd by fund of $400,000 Five (warn statements of the condition of the bank arc made each yearto the United States govra-tocand its assets are esamined at stated tin by government agents, thus securing addititon and perfect safety to dtpontor. This institution, originally establlshtd as th DepoiifHank of Stanford in iljl, then utd as th National Hank ol Stanford in 1805 tad again rcorganiiedas the Kim National Bank ol Staulord in ibSi, has had practically an uninterrupted exittencrof 11 years, It Is better supplied now with lacilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than eer befoitin its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms aud individuals respectfully solic-tt- d nt JJ Th T. J. Josttr, l. ll AN ADMIRABLE PLACE To rtcover their wonted health and energies and tthc name time secure juiet, home like fare at ReaaonablegKatcH. Ko lace-trimme- d, l'r ce further information apply of Board from $7 to $1 j per week. to Directory of this Hank it composed ol of Stanford; Koreitisi'Keid, Lincoln county J J.W. Ilayden, Stanford; S.H. Haughman,'Lincoln; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Hocktr. Stanford; G. A. Lackty, Liocoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. G. Welch, Stanford; W. .P.Tau, Staalord. OFFICERS: GUS HOKMANN, Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Ky. ). S. Hocktr, President;! a. John J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinogy, Assistant Cashier. rtr . : . 1 mianmmmmmmmii' ' 'nm K mmmnfmmmm Tnl j-- !. I ZyZ f . Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - Keep your eye on Danks, the eler. jew- Stanford, Ky K. C. June '2:), 1893 Daughman. Hinder twine for sale cheap. Maciiink J. H. Walton, business Manager PERSONAL POINTS. A. Warren's. oil and binder twine at A. Lost. Watch fob of moonstones. Find er please leave at this ofiice and receive Mr. J. F. Walton, of CreecentSprlnKB, reward. Kan here Tuesday. a i) pound boy, has Their Mr. J. R. Kout aud his pretty bride come to bless the union of Mr.' and Mrs. were hero Tuesday. M. M. "audidge. John A. McHoiierts went to Greens-burFiVEdiiTerent sizes Leonard ice chests. Wednesday tonttend court. Will save you 200 per cent, of your ice Miw LouiHK IUilky returned Wednesday from a pleasant visit to Gray-Bo- n. bill. W. II. Wearen A Co. first-born, n 1 M h Misa Hkiteu Dickinson, of Glaogow, arrived yesterday to visit her sister, MA. W. K. Ellis. Mess W. S. Jackson, It. 0. Ford and W. 1). Neal, of London, are here attending court. Vrov. and Mrs. M. G. Thomson, of Christian College, were hero Wednesday arranging for the printing of their catalogue. Mm. L, 1). 8a now evangelising for n whisky house, was here Tuesday to see how a certain pretty little dauiBel is irOLTPnIm. , Mils. It, L. Cochran, of reabody, Kas., i visiting her brother, Mr. Mack Hull' mnn, and other relatives. It is her llrst visit in 23 years. Wallack Witiiim will go on the road for Curry, Tunis A Norwood July 1 and will be succeeded in W. II. Wear-e- n A Co.'h store by Jack Itout. Mihs Noma Welch, thu pretty little milliner, who has been with Miss Liccie Heazley for sovcral uioutliR, returned to her home in Covington Tuesday Mr. J. T. Slauoiitem, of Green Briar Springs, was hero yesterday, lie says that great preparations are being made by his father for the opening hop on July 1 and the picnic on the 1th. Mh. Walter W. Sai'.ndeiu celebrated his 21st birthday Tuesday, when his imther, Mrs. Joo Coll'ey, sprmd an ex dllent supper, of which a number of his yjuug friends partook and enjoyed with him. .Mrs. W. W (Jaihka, of Crnwfords- VI 11", Intl., who I ins been visiting her s'ster, Mrs. It, 0. Givens, returned home yesterday. Mies Salhe Moore, of Tariw, who came with her, mII remain home timu w Itli Mrs. Glveux Sisi k the departure of two lovely damsels a mill owner and it dry goods merchant are wenring their faces in (dingi There is nothing half bOHMcet in lito at love's young dream, but oh, the parting gives them pain, and Itachel was newr more comfortless than they. mi-so- The next session of that excellent in stltution of learning, Christian College, Hustonville, M. G. Thomson, principal, will open Sep. 4. See advertisement in this issue. m Hahrousiiuru has raised the liquor from $500 to f 70) a year. This will close, it is said, four of the eight saloons there. John B. Mekbiion, a life-lon- g demo- crat and a good man for thn place, is a candidate for jailer. He would greatly appreciate your arsistance. Picnic and Ball. Col. I). G. Slaughter will spread himself on thu Ith. See his notico in this issue and the thousands of bills he has had printed. m The Middleburg Cornet Band will give another picnic July 1st. This time it will be at Phil and if it is half as success, fill as the last, the boys will be more than pleased. They play well and their music is a drawing card. oil hack line the Rowland run owing to to thu heavy decline in business since the re. mov.il of the shopH. He still meet the K. C. trains and will resume the hourly runs as soon as the travel demundH it. n P. W. GMkkn has taken his Aliikrt Skvkhamk and Ieslie Wilson will be thu bnttery for the Stanford nine at the Crab Orchard Springs basu ball contest and the C. O 's had better look to their laurels. If we were disposed we could tell them right now they won't be in it. CITY AND VICINITY." Thk nobbiest line of jewelry is at D.inks'. A i.irri.1: girl is the latest addition to the fitmlly of Mr. It G. Jones Hniov tops recovered and ruptured by DeNardi, the earriitgo and ign painter. Thk Water Workh Co. ih laying a pipe to thu lllgbcation exteuniontu the north of town. Alo.no 11. Flora, whose father used to keep.Hale's Well, died ill Kichmoud this week. You can go to Old Point Comfort from Islington via the C A. 0. on tho 2Sth for ?13 the round-trim i p Ik you owe us for subscription or any other thing, send us the money. You have kept us out of it long enough. 9 Thk petriUed man is with us and his exhibitor is putting a good many pieces in his till. It Is worth seeing. lO-ce- Tnisoillce is indebted to Mr. John J'opo for some line spring chickens, for which acknowledgments are hereby made. Don't forget the Lincoln County Fair, July 27 and 26. Also bear in mind the $r,00 saddle purse and the several rich sweepstake rings. My entire stock of Walter A. Wood machine repairs can be found at McKin-neBros. Will be sold cheap and for the cash. .1. B. Foster. y And the cry is still they come. Mr. G. W. Dobord, of Crab Orchard, Is thu MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. l.ili'st to announce himself a candidate He wanti to b jailer and he would Mr K. MiiFsey, a widower of 37, and make a goo I one. His democracy Is of Mies Clemen Kieth were made one in thu right kind and he is a good man Judge Yurnon's beautiful manner Tues-d.y- . generally. Mr. JniucH 0. McAhbter, of ) Falls Mia. Nannie W. Hills, Fayette county, ami Miss Walnut lthoda Owens, was here Wednesday, arranging K. King, the pretty daughter of Mr. B. for a catalogue and other printing for B. King, were married on the iilbt and this noted resort. Shu and her son, Mr. left at once for the groom's home. K. F. 0cus, will run the hotel this seaCharles Bo wen, a convict, v. as marson and that means thatMt will he ried on his release to Mil's Lucy Hill, of It will be open July and thu Henderson. The marriage wesa romanrates will lie less than heretofore. tic affair. The parties hnd been lovers "PrOURKSSIVK CoMfANV." Mr illill for a long time and Miss Hill has been Mrs. G. 0. Givcns entertained at their faithful to her lover throughout his mispleasant counti y home Wednesday even- fortunes. ing in honor of their charming sisters, Hearts that once truly love nevtr Mrs. W. W. Gailira, of Crawfordaville, forget. Win. Gillespie Biid Lizzie lied Ind., ami Miss Salliit .Moore, of Patie. dlfSton were married in Fleming county About a dozen couples were present and in 18'H) and divorced in &V2. After liva moht delightful timu was enjoyed till ing apart a year they found they could p.ist o'clock. Itefrtshmeiits were serv- not do so any longer and Wednesday ed at the proper hour and diseucseil with they were remarried in Maysville. avidity. The host and houttss were unMr. John Pope, a worthy and exceltiring in their ellurts to make each guest lent young man, was married yesterday happy and they succeeded most admira to Miss Daisy Lynn, a lovely young lady lily, as each heara grateful testimony. of the May wood neighborhood, Rev. W. A. Slaymaker olliciating. We extend Thk Ith. Mr. Gus Hofmauu, propriecongratulations and trust thu new coutor of Crab Orchard Spnugs, advertises ple will always find fair sailing on the a "grand conccrtiaud gala day" at his de. Bea of life. lightful resort on the Ith of July. The Mrs. S. P. Stagg, who attended the Stanford Gold Band will be on hand and marriage of Miss Ruth DePauw, the give an open air concert of eight tine sehandsome daughter of Mr. M. N. Delections. There will be a match game of Pauw, to N. W. May, of Danville, tells base ball between the Stanford and Crab It us that it was a very elegant affair. Orchard picked nines, cuke walks, baloccurred in the Junction City Christian loon ascensions, wheelbarrow, sack, bar church, which was beautifully decorated rel and three legged races, tub regattas, and was solemnized by Rev. C. K. Powwill tennis, fishing, Ac. Thu The atell, in a beautiful ceremony. be open day and night and an elegant tendants were Misses Alliu Hubble, dinner will bo served for SOe. Kverybody Gene Pulliam and Lizzie DePauw and is invited to come and have the best time Kincajd, Swope and Dunn. Thu Cumiil-kimnifirst-class. 1 Commercial Cluii. At the adjourned meeting of tho citizens of Stanford and Tuesday Rowland at the night, the committee appointed to pre pare a remonstrance and a memorial with reference to the removal of the L. A N. shops from Itowland, reported that it had not completed them and asked for further time, which was given. When they are prepared and approved by tho Commercial Club they are to bo presented to President M. II. Smith by Messrs. W. G. Welch and W. II. Miller, whoso expenses are to be paid by the Club, Judge Shelton hereafter mentioned. submitted a report showing that there were 103 houses in Itowland occupied by railroad men, 41 of them owned by them of a present value of $33,500. Twenty-twof the houses are owned by Stanford people and occupied by railroad people. Tiie number of houses reported do not include the public buildings, some 15 in number. Mr. A. C. Sine from the committee to suggest plans for the encouragement of manufacturing interests, presented a report recommending the formation of a Commercial Club, to be composed of persons interested in the growth of Stanford and Rowland, Baid Club to have a president, secretary and treasur er. It will be the duty of tho secretary to communicate with corporations and lay before them the advantages we possess as a location for manufacturing interests. The Club will select sites suitable for (actor; buildings, securu options on them,and prepare a statement showing location, population and the amount of business done here, giving number of churches, schools, distance from coal, iron and timber, transportation facilities and otherlmatters of intercot to capitalists seeking investments. The fund necessary to accomplish this work is to be raised by a membership fee of io, to be paid to. thu treasurer. Thu report was adopted and on motion of Mr. Miller membership to the Club was eolicited then and there, when most of those present gave their names. J. S. Hughes moved that a committee be appointed to solicit further membership and raise subscriptions to start some kind of a manufactory and he, T. L. Sheljon and A. C. Sine were selected. Thu report of the committee on memorial is to be to a public meeting of the Commercial Club at a time to bu named by it. Tho meeting then adjourned sine die. Court-House, the city. The revenue from the liquor business puts $12,000 yearly into the municipal treasury. HUBBLE. THEMELTINGTIME June breezes not only warm but heat the prices of Dry Goods so hot that some them arc melted half in two. Come and see our 5c Lawns, our 5c Calicoes, our 5c Challies, our Scotch Lawns at ioc, our printed Dimities at 15c, our line Black Wash Goods cheaper than were ever offered and our line of White Goods, Embroideries, to-da- y It. L. Snow bought a saddle gelding of J. T. Hnckley for $110. G. A. Swine-broa- d sold his barley to Danville parties at 60c.' Tho storm of Tuesday night blew over some of Mrs. B. W. Givens' chicken coops and drowned about 50 good fryers (or her. Laces, &c, are o The farmers hereabout have begun to cut wheat with the intention of getting their bread and swapping a bushel of wheat for a bushel of coal. Our Parasols have been reduced 25 per cent. Our Lace Curtains James Robinson and wife have re- range in price 50c per pair to $6. Our light colored and light weight turned from a short visit to Missouri. woolen Dr. Kinnaird was called to see Mrs. Fan nie Ball, who has been very ill, but is thought to be improving. Prof. Joseph Robinson, of Brad fords ville, and J. B. Robinson, of Middlesboro, are visiting their parents and many friend here this At a price that will astonish you. Men's Shoes in Oxfords, high-cuts- . all to be week. Squire John Murphy has been Ladies' Tan Shoes in Oxfords and high-cuts- , visiting his daughter, Mrs. Col. Rice, for the past week. Miss Kfh'e Miller has been visiting relatives and friends in Lexington for a few weeks. Mrs. James Cox is improving. For Kail. A big line of Harvest Shirts, puffed and embroidered bos- UNSUEPA S8EB CLOTHING om Shirts. Sold So As To Clean Up X2T NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. G. W. DEBORD Ii a Candidate lor Jtllcr, subject the IlemiKiacy. 'o' the action ol TZZS BVEBY COZ.OB. AXTD FHICI. Come to us for cheap and stylish goods. 3I.F. ELKIN, a Candidate for Aiacttor, subject to the action HUGHES & TATE. H. I). of the democracy. JXO. BRIGHT Alienor, subject of the Democratic party. I KING. GKOKGE B. PKEWITT. a Candidate for to the action E. D. KENNEDY, candidate for re election to the office of of Lincoln County, auhject to action of the democratic party. W a KING & PREWITT. MORELAND, KY., We have opened up a nice line ol Dry Goods, Notions, Dress W.L.DAWSON, the democracy la a cand Goods, Clothing get lots, date for jailer, subject ' to the ait Ion ol Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could the most (or the least money. Hardware was bought in car load which enables us to make very low prices. Salt bu. $1.70. Miss Lizzie Myers has opened up Dress Making over our store invites her friends to give her a call. Terms cah or country produce. Give us a call. We will save money -- JOHN BAILEY, U trie old JelTerionUn democracy. acandidatofor jaikr, lubject to the action of and you W. W. HAYS, a candidate lor the ilciiKKi.icy I jailer, subject to tl't aiMou of PETER HAMPTON, candidate for jailer, subject to the action of the democracy. M a 5TWc arc opening up a .splendid line of Millinery. KXXTG & FUEWITT. SAM M. OWENS, Is a candidatu ia. ShettfTof Lincoln county, subject, to the action of the democratic i nniaiy. T. O. NEWLAND, Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lmco'n county, ject to the action of the democratic primary. sub- OO Inrl m 31. m F. NORTH, Is a candidate lor member of the Legislature from Lincoln county , subject to nomination by the democracy. m trt C"3 SeveranCe & Son iTTi ii HARVEY HELM not Legislature, mocracy. Is a Candidate to represent I In coin county In the subject to the action ol the de- 1 1 T. J. HATCHER Is a Candidate Jailer of I incoln county and aK. hik friends not to commit themselves to any one else, as he is forced to stay at home and work. His candidacy i subject to the action ol the Democratic parly. fr J HE. ZEaHLTOIISr ROWLAND, IN KY. HARDWARE, OEALER CROCERIES, Hasoioved into his new ttore at the junction of the St.inloidS (.'rati Orchard and "'ut-c(l- " riles at Rowland and Is now better than ever prepared to plea-- e the trade in both stop i c oi csoous?, rrucKS, Ktc. lie hns recently added greatly to hlw stcck and having no rent to pay and no loss by bad debts he can sell you cods cheaper than any body. Call J7-and net his prices befrre buying co Tbe World's Fair Route from tbe South x R ball-roo- m Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., Miners and shippers of the GENUINE of his life. Messrs. ? eii' lenow nor mi, in 'or murder committed in Union county, nit., will try to get his liberty on a vrit of habeas corpus thk young j" to-da- rain fell about I a. m. yes- h rday and beat down the wheat in pin ceaBoit cannot be cut. The pioJic- -t tions for to day aro "Fair, somewhat cooler." Mm. II. C. Brii.ht is rejoicing over tho aJvent ol his first girl. Ho had three boyH a'readv, but the desiroof his heart baa beeu for a little girl and wo are glad ithas'been gratified. A TKRBini .. ."Only for life" Mack Farrell goes to the penitentiary for killing Sam Fugleman at n card table in Stanford. Wonder if ho is akin to Bob Farrell, who is there for life for killing Calvert, near Maysville V Paris Kentuckian. No, sir, his name is Ferrell, not Farrell. Thk McKinney Masons aro niakiug big preparations for their entertainment tomorrow evening, 2ith. There will bo two bands of music on hand and Gilcher Jlroa., of Danville, have been engaged to prepare the banquet. A number of Stan- ford people have accepted invitations to attend. ushers were Chas. L. Crow aud Warren Try it. We ara the sole agents lor Manford 'and Circi'It Court Judge Saulley very Shelby. Miss Bessie Richards played Rowland. Othce corner ol Depot street and crossing II I COINS .V WATTS. Mr. aud Mrs. 6 promptly overruled thu motion for a the wedding march. new trial for Mack Ferrell, convicted for May were tho recipients of many hearty NLW I.INK OK life for the murder of iSam Fugleman, congratulations and presents innumeraMiand an appeal was taken to the Court of ble. llinery Appeals, the grounds being that the CHURCH AFFAIRS. coiut erred in permitting testimony of Just received ami ready for inspection Call and ee ii. the bad character ;of Witness Wicker Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCuriiy MISS LICCIE IlEAZLEV'S. sham two years ago, instead of nt the to Independence, Mo., yesterbtnnford.Kv present, and in not instructing thu jury day. on that point. The judge will sentence Rev. Geoige 0. BarneH went to TO the prisoner according to the verdict and Springfield from l.ebanou and is holdsuspenu ii lor w days. ing a meeting there. The graudljury has finally adjourned, Harrison is a blue AND LINCOLN COUNTY after liuding 21 indictments, tho smallebt stocking Presbyterian, but ho thinls Thanking you lor your liberal pitronae for Ice number within our recollection. They the World's Fair ought to be opened on lastseaton, respectfully rxiucst its continuance are nearly all fnrimiuor offenses. W. B. Sundays. during the coming season. Indeed I expect all to Smith, charged with embezzling money The tiuion service will bo nt tho use Inv from tho Proctor-Ido- l it Presbyterian Co., was granted church, Sunday night,' ICE, continuance, and his hail reduced to when Rev. W. K. Kllis will preach on MANUFACTURED 150. "Tho Witch of F.udor, or thu Ghost of irM, It is made by a home For there reasons Graham Brown won his suit againBt Neglected Opportunities." institution, Second, thu Ice is absolutely and chemically pure, heini; made from spritic water, J. D. Jonta yesterday for $1,100 balauco Whilo tho ancient church of Rome which is first distilled and then carefully filtered on lots at Pinoville. The defendant at Borisoglebsk, on the Yolga, was crowd-e- before being frozen. Third, Artificial Ice will IaM much loncer than nond Ice. Fourth, an epidemic claimed that fraudulent representations with pilgrims frcin ail parts of Yaios-ta- v, of cholera is looked tor during the year and noth apt to produce or spread had been made to him to induce him to who had come to take part in the ing is sowater or ice. nun, it villithis disease as Dej impure purchase. Capt. Win. Herndon acted as annual church procession, n panic was judge, Judge Saufiey and W. G. Welch caused by a false alarm of fire, and 150 Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- l represented Mr. Jouea and Judge Alcorn people lost their lives. your Doors Mr. Brown. Sam Jones' visit to Paducah is bearEvery morning at the (olio wing Fricei: The torm expires and the ing the usual fruit. A local option eleccourt will tako a rest till tho :Jd Mouday tion will bo held in October, when it will For too pounds or over 40c per hundred. 43' per hundred. in August, ft A good deal of business has be determined whether the (U) saloons For 30 pounds to 100 .'....50c per hundred. 30 pounds. disposed of and the docket is get- shall run wide open as now. There am For 10 tu than 10 pounds delivered. been No less ' E. nnEMER. ting comparatively clear. also eight wholesale liquor houses in ia rail-rosd Original Jellico Coal. Spring and Summer (7 ' A.- &; 1 ed 4 m . -' Pennsylvania short lines IS OVCR THC The Ptople ot Stanford 1 J Hi.' I'ft y KTouivinKr. FROM r 1 w&3&$ "Sal LOUISVILLE OB CINCINNATI. DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE INCIUDIS Pullman Vetllbulp Sleeping and Buffet Parlor Cart. d Ta,it"y Only Route Through the Indiana Natural Gas Belt. TICKETS CAN BC ''?$ VIA THlSf. UMS AXO THUH CONNECT), AT THC PRINCIPAL TICKET SOUTHIR RAIIWA1. THROUGH ICCUUO t Officii CF -- "i r '. onr A rm: urn Hi For Mtcui tiroRtiATioi in mcaro to rati CONCIRMNO 1hl FIRST-CLAS- S AN DCSIRID OCTAIl SERVICE, PUASI appiv in person or tr UlCGJtASt TO and tllHCR OF THE FOUOAIhG: unit on .tt.X. &. rcr,7fti, v rm '., U" M'.ii " t . w?w $ - Ji'STIUr. TIIX. J.H.UCIT.&otaeraPsJs'rlpct, IWiCTOIi. IT. CIO. 8. TBOMPSOX. 8. 1. Put'r lpnt, - LOUSYILLZ, IT. iJBIRSOU, District rWr Ijent, 1. SiMUIi MOODT, IsctUat Centrsl ftu'r Innt, 1. 1 Or. ftutA &4 Ties Sti, CIMUI1TI, 0. , V" .. s V"? -- ;? J, FF i t j " :S Call and sec our Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT Published Every Tuesday and Friday 2 PKB VK.A.I IX ADVANCK en not so paid S2.60 will be charged.- i t-- D ft" M . i tor son for furnishing you a copy. DoubtI)r M. J. Daws is a prominent phyiclan of This netlce forewarns hunters, fishermen and Rowland at 7.00 t. m., returning less you have seen these statistics more Lewu.t as count?. Iowa, and ha been actively Train naves engaged in the practice of medicine at that place others not to trespass on our lauds without per t $:to p. n. once, yet I will venture to say that for the put 35 yeara. On the 36th of May, while mission, as all siuh will be prosecuted to the lull than Moine en Siirned. And to give satisfaction. LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. manv of the readers of your Journal in tl taken with route to Chicago, he wa Having elt extent of the law. M. LACKOWirZ. an attack ot dlarrhira. and Diarrhoea sold Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera T D. NKWI.AND. have not been so fortunate. 7 P Mail tram going North Keuiedy for the pajt 17 sears, and knowing it re W. H. HAYS. " South 13PH J. M. It bid. liability, he procured a ascent bottle, trfodosca of G. C LYON. ..... it 51 pm Riprass train1 South which completely cured turn. The excitement FRED lIAt'MAN.V. North........ and change ol water and diet incident to travelR. L. WHITE. Old Testament. The middle book of ,.936 am Lctl Freight North........ ing often produce a diarrhoea. Kerv one should MRS M A MARTIN. ...3 07 pa aouin. .. J L. 1IKCK. rocure a bottle nf this rtniedr before leaving the Old Testament is Proverbs; the midTha tatter traina also carry passengers. V home. B. MckoberU, Druggist, T. C. 1IA1.L. is Job 20; the middle verse Stanford.For tale by Th above it calculated on ttandard time. Solar dle chapter im if about ao minute fatter. 2d Chronicles 20. The shortest IstChron. Buolclln's Arnica Salve. 1:25. Ezra 7:21 contains all the letters of ROUTE. QUEEN A CRESCENT The beat salve In the world lor cuts, bruises tetter, the alphabet. 2d Kings 10 and Isaiah sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores,all skin chaperup ped chilblains, corns and Traiu pa. Junction City a follow: 37 are alike. The last two verses of tionshands, and positively cures piles, or no pay requir- No. t., Vestibule Limited, it. Co STANFORD, KY., of the ed. It is guaranteed to eivv perfect satnf actios Chicago b. m.: No. i , Express, Limited,m ; No. m, Local, 2d Curon. and the opening verses or money refunded, l'rice sj cents per boa. 7. ta a; a. New Orleans book of Ezra are alike; Ezra 2d and R. Penny, Sunlord, Kv. v0r sale by A. etibule, S.40 p. ta.la p. m.; No. 9 , IJIue Gra m 7th are alike. There are nearly M. 6.4S Fifty cents is a small doctor bill, but that is all it North bound. No, a, Vestibule i.in.iica, Bi30 books mentioned not found in the will cost you to cure any ordinary cae ol rheup. m.; No. 4., Fatt Mail, 1.5J p m ; No. 6 , Chicanow Hotel, renovated I'ain llalui. Try matism ifyou go Limited, a.17 a. m.. No. 8., Local, a.5S "; ble, consisting of civil records and other it and you willue Chamberlain's the prompt relief In This charge and I intendand refurnished, toIsaa to my to conduct it be surprised at No. to, jtluettras Special, 0 a m. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. will not only maintain but to add ancient writings, now nearly lost. About it affords. The first application W. quiet the pain, to its lone list ol its high reputation, accommodaMcKoberts, friends. Special cent bottles for sale by 20 of these are alluded to in the Old Tes- jo far commercial travelers and Ana rooms for tions Urujgist, Manlord. thadisploy of samples. - Call and see them before buying, Every thing in the grocery line tament. Skin and Scalp Diseases, the The most stubborn lA'.FIrst-Clas- s The Bible. The middle hook is for sale cheap. worst lorms of Scrofula, all blood taints and poiSaloon rooted sons of esery name The middle and smallest chapter outbyDr liercea and nature, are utterly Aad BILLIARD and POOLROOMS attached Golden Medical Discovery jMI JOSEPH COFKKY. is Psalm For every disease caused by a torpid liver or imis Psalms 117. The middle verse pure blood, It Is the only remedy so certain and fails to 11S.S. The middle line is 2d Chronicles effective that It can be guaranteed. 'f ' your money back 4:16. The longest book is that ot the benefit or cure, you have Krjsfpelas. Holls Eczema, Tetter, and Psalm; the largest chapter is Psalm 110. Carbuncles, Enlarged Glands, Tumors completely A. C SINE J N.MKNKrKR every kindred ailment, are and .. The word Jehovah (or Lord) occurs THE P. 0. MILLINERY. and permanently cured by it . times. The word "and" occurs -Atr vmiinmrnl' If not. now is the time to times. The number of authors of nroviila vourself and family with a bottle of Call at the room and see the and Diarrhoea Colic, m the Bible is 50. The number of Unguag-a- s Chamberlain's Insurance Cholera any serums reIlemedy asan acaintt bowel AAsoafey on earth is estimated at 3,000. The sults from an attack of almost complaint duriuc the ceitain to be needsummer months. It is Stock Bible, or parts of it, have been rendered ed and should be procured at once Xo other work, at and can take Its place or into onlv about ISO. The first Encliah remedy bottles for sale by do Its ft. McKoberts, Of Millinery in town The goods and prices arc W. bound to please you. A cream of tarter baking pow- - tranflintion of the Bible was by Wickliir socent Manlord Druggist, MRS P T COURTS. iu der. Higest of all in leavening iu 13S0. The first American edition was strength. Latest United States printed in Boston in 1752. .STANFORD. The middle bood is Government Food Report. New Testament. the SUE STASIS, My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has just re ROYAL'.BAKING POWDER CO., 'id Thessalonians; 13 middle chapter is UVm, FEED and 14; the middle between Romans turned Iron the cities with an eleaut liueof ml 106 Wall St., New York. Our facilities for giving the greatest values for the least outlay, aie verse is Acts 17:17. The smallest book At John Mjnefee's n w brick on Depot sltcct, b linery, embracing unsurpassed. is 2d John. The smallest verse is John A. S. r ALL W. RAMSEY, 11:33. The name Christ occurs about SURGEON DENTIST. m. . season, Of hich she willlhive lull control. 240 times in the Epistles and Revelation. Who will atall times be glad to accommodate all Of the Office over McKobert Drug Store inthe n with good rigs at reasonable rates. My 'Hus will She also engsged a The term Jesus Christ occurs 5 times in meet all K. C. trains. Owtley Building. a3 FIEST-CLAS- S Stanford. the Gospels. THE REST PLACE TO HUY sud-den- lv ..-.- .is ' K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. How do you do when you bur "hoes or clothing! Don't you go to the place (II you can find it) where they tetl you that ,ou may v.ear the ar1 are not aattified, then, t( ticle These Bible statistics are represented thry'll out, and the money? you not lothe fame We will MornIOE Why relund medicine? to be the fruits of three years' labor by when vou buy Gol en Medical Discovery I told ing: &t c lb Ilr Pierce" Per r so cerDr. Horn, of Koglatnl. Thinkinjc that a on that plan. It' the only be tain and Manlord and Rowland, and by 50 lb. oc per that that It your widely cir- to benefit rffectie in every cae can you guaranteed In lbs and too lb, publication of them in our o or or cure 15c per too lb. We are very reand back. thankful culated paper would probably interest moneynot like the ordinary spring medlcinet or quest Its lor past patronage dells rtspectlully up r trom 1 lb. Will it's continuance. many of its readers and give food for sarsaparillis. Alt the year round It cleanses, MRS. JANE n.VRROW & CO. IS arc and invigorate the item, thought for all who may take the pains build uprun down or dyipeptic, or if you any ha bilious, to inquire into their accuracy, is my rea blood taint, nothing ran equal It at a remedy. Bible Statistics. To the Editor Interior Jonrnal.) I Deliver !-2- Every NEW PROCESS STOVE. Saves time labor and blood-purifie- lue expense v Ik Guaranteed to be POSTED. PERFECTLY SAFE. W. H. WEAREN & CO. BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, THE COFFEY HOUSE South-boun- d JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. -- WATER : COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. 11 . - Mi-ca- b. Salt-rheu- Swell-tnt'- s, Baking- (,-8- 55 10,-227 Mowaen Pure SINE & MENEFEE, Proprietor of The Largest and Best Selected Stanford Lumber Yard, pOM-offi- M 2T.w Millinery. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Cmjrry ? flHBlD PRICE, It J. Pro'r.. THE NOVELTIES SEESS KAXEB. W Tull lAam of BuildTa' Suppli tr i'; Mountains.- - The best SPLENDID FARM Call and esamlne my stock of Millinery before route to the Eastern cities is via Cincinbuying and leave your order for your dresses nati and the F. F. V. over the Chesa SALE PRIVATELY'. Thanking you for past favors ve solicit same f peake & Ohio Railway. The scenery MARY DAVlStDUDDERAR. LOO AN AVENUE, through New River canons and over the I will sell privately my .arm of joo acres, situat: : Alleghany aud Blue Ridge Mountains is ed on the W'eit side of toe Hustonville &. mke, tK miles Irom Hustonv lie and within Always'sells goods lower, than anyone else in wonderfully beautiful and varied. The a half mile of the raUioad station of Moieland. Friday. town. New atoclc of Fruit every F. F. V. runs solid to New York via she farm is in a splendid state of cultivation, well Improved with a dwell n of 6 or 7 rooms, The finest fruit Washington. It is electric lighted and necessary outbuildings, including a good bun. ure in crops underbelt of Newif Meilcn. No fall irrigation properly attended About half ol the farm is sown in grass and the to. All frnits Kruwn in California can be grown . No other carries a through dining-carentire place is well watered and can be d vlded In New Meslco. escept oranges and lemons. For train in America surpasses it and it is into t cr 3 parcels to suit the purchaser LAND, par- Land from Sis to 5jo per acre on 10 years' tune, at ticulars write to or call on, J P. per cent. Call on or addreo, T I will open on January 16th, iS;j, a only train to the Kist with through the Mcrcland, Ky 0 K. c. MORGAN, D D. S., Dairy, Irom which I cau supply any quantity ol Stanford. Ky. Among the Virginia Jersey milk to tho people of Manlord and Row- dining Service. land at the toltowiug prices, delivered : mountains along the Chesapeake it Ohio ao cents The must Celebrated Eye, Ear, Fresh Milk, per gallon re,. . . to cents are more than 20 famous summer Skimmed Milk, pir gallon, Nose, Throat and Chronic DisA pamphlet issued entitled "Vir8 cents sorts. flutter Milk, per gallon ease Specialist in the State. I will sell As Agent of Kd McRobcrts, dec caved, I will make two trips dally. The patronage ot the ginia in Black and White," describes G. A. PEVlON. public is solicited. scenery of the at public auction at a p. ni Stanford, Ky these resorts, and the i yr. route, and will be mailed free by ad- On 24, dressing E. B. Tope, Western Passenger 'Ihe real Notice to the Traveling Public. estite belonging to the deceased It Agent, St. Louis, Mo., or C. B. Ryan, consists of a House and Lot, the . .1 have had Asustaut General Passenger Agent, Cin1 cinnati, O. House Containing 10 Rooms, one C. D. POWILL, AmoncI the FOR Stanford, Kentucky, Dan-vill- e The Pooa Valley. Wall A. R. IBo Paper ! PENNY. J ) 1 v All new stock and latest designs. I'irst-CIa- ss 39-i- ro FX7BUC SALE. Saturday, June Ko WEiAMEN, Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in gi-- '93, Th.e Sliolton House, sssssfcj1 T Ml TWsff p-1- . lTHE World's Fair Excursions. The C, II. & D. will allow at Cincinnati on all tickets reading that have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Matt tickand for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs way. On all regular World's Fair G. V. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd In- - ets from the houth or Southern Ohio Stanford, irrara, Erin, Term , A. A.Warren,and Mrs. T. Dr. and reading via Cincinnati and the C, W. . Proctor, C H. Ilraum, Mr. T will be al Rowland, Mr. and Mrs F. I!. Johnson, H. t D. to Chicago, a Hamilton, New Haven, lim Cox, Grccnsburc Rates $1 per lowed within the life of the ticket, and cJay. J. M. I'etrey, rferk. Give me a call pasaeuirers can secure the stop-ovpriv J. W.CARRIE R, Prop. .csoty ilege by depositing the tickets with the Merchants aud Manufacturers' Association at Cincinnati. For rates, folders and and full information regatding the world's trip, including special induceIP. B. RIL.EY,SProprietor, ment offered by the citizens of CincinKentucky. nati for in the Queen City, ad- London, & D. agent, or E.C. moved to ray new Hotel and am better drees any C, II. I have G. P and T. A. World's Fair prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and esery convenience Koute. 200 W. 4th street, Cincinnati, O stop-over- s stop-ove- r er At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and tiier.t in connection with Hotel one of the best sa- ioajcs in the State, open day and night; a night In connection with Houw or--n meets all trains. Store-Roo- a Picture Gallery, The siiiiiHliiiiHsish. " HiiiMsflBr'JBSl flsKT Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, Spring Wagons, Carts of all stylos and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, Imperial Plows, McConnick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Iand Rollers, Wheat Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Huggy and Wagon Harness, Saddles, Fields, Haled Hay, &c. And they all have a lronla$c of 6$ leet propcrtj can be divided into Three s 100 Ft. Deep and a large Back Lot. Store-Room- lMi ! RILEY HOUSE stop-ove- r k, de-e,- iu par. eU, Thepniperty and then as a whole, the Ayent accepting the largest bid These buildings are centrally lo will prove a bargain to the pitrchast r Situated on Mam street, corner adjacent to Myers llouvo Also two shares I.. .V N. R R. stock and some other personslty. l'ovvvon given .Inly I, 1S0J and i d cash; balance in Term. months K. HRUCK, Agent. J ,;fd u ill be first offered One-thir- H R KIsmJ A : Great ." "K rj : Cut-Pri- ce : Sale On goods in every department will begin this week at ' G.vcme.c,ll.tlFRANK i BANK - THE JEWELER, Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of Watches, Clocks Nashville, Tenn., Mar. (i, ISM. The Stockton Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn., Gentlemen: I have had muBcuIar rheumatism and indigestion for a number of years and had lost hopes of ever finding any re.'ief, as the most skillful physicians had failed in my case, but I am bappy to state your Antiseptic has made a complete cure and! do most heartily recommend it to all for rheumatism and indigestion. I will gladly answer all inquiries in regard to Antiseptic. Yours Respt., W. E. Bateman, 310 Broad street. Ask A. R Penny, DrtigSst, Stanford for it. Kentucky Fairs. The following are the date, of the Kentucky t fairs this Sterling, July t -- 5 da)n. Shelby ville, July u- 4 days. Kiuinence, July 18 sdajs. Sturptburg, July aj 4 days. Stanford, July 17 J days. days. Danville. August days. Nicholasville, August Owenton, August aj 5 days. Maysnlle, August aa-- 5 days. Islington, August ao s days. Franklin, August 304 davs. Williamsbuii;, August 304 dap. Howling Green, September 5 j days. days. Parts, September KlUabelhtowu, Stptcmhcr 11 ) days Winchester, September u 5 days. Cynthlana, September days. (Slasgow, September 174 days. Hartford, September a; 4 days. ertailles, October -3 days car-M- O V O u. (A P J. S. APPLEMAN THE CKLE11RATEI) A nice line of vests will be placed on sale at ioc. worth 15 M. D., and 20c; nicer quality at a little advance. All brands of Calicoes go to-day TheCash Bargain Store B. F. JONES & SON. U It English Specialist, Kormerly 1'iolessorof I'racticeof Medicine, P 3 rs o. 3 a. n n n --3 Q .. Electrical Medical College, TORONTO. CANADA, Now Examining at 5c; Masonville aud Lonsdale Cottons S'jc; best 10-- 4 Hlcachcd 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. Phjskun of the Southern Medical Institute, tic m s $& 4 I.OUISVIU.K, KV. CAMdlKLL r. L I Jewelry A. G, L an ham 3 e n n n p. ! cw Will be at Myer3 House, Stanford Tuesday, July 18, one day only. Returning every four weeks durinc the year. Dr. Appleman is a graduate cf Hellevue Ilosntt. al Medual College, New York City, and the Electrical Medical College.Toronto, Canada. He has Tade a special study ot the diseases he treated id the great Hellevue and Charity Hospital lor irt eral years and recognises nosuperior in diagnoainit and treating Chronic Dica.es He devotes all his time to the treatment of chronic and nervous diseases of both seses and his skill as an expert in this classof cases u wellest.ibli.hed Treats sue ccsslully, and NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, ,i Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st; warcroom, paint and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. And SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. All goods sold engraved Iree of charge. -Your patronage resperttully solicited. - s r5 O n f House Painting and Paper Hanging A'specialty. a5rSign Work, artistic and plain.- We guarantee work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. r :l 85 Permanently Cures Acute and Chronic Catarrh, Ringing in Ears Dealness, Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose, llirual Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and Madder troubles linght's uisease, uuDetes, liysnepsla, Uoosti- patton, Khcumaiism aud I'aralvsii. Knilciisvcr rus positively cured. Vouni; or middle aged ruen sufferinir from Snet. matorrnea. Ininotency. Eruptions, the results o errors or excesses, should call bclore it is too late We gurantee a cure if case hus not gone too far Superfluous hair and all eruptions of the face permanently removed. u John B. Ca:t1eman. 3 n CAMPHFLL -- & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky. ROYAL lusuraiice l , s WE SKLL- - $$ Company, OF LIVERPOOL,. BARBEE &CASTLEM AW MANAGERS,: , OcMVierce Building-- Lonitrille 14 The Gurney Refrigerator, THE WHITE MOUNTAIN 3- Agents throughout the South. ' When When When When Baby waj sick, wn jrasB her Costorl. she vsaa a Child, aha criwl for Castorlv fho Iwcama Jllsa, una citing to Ca.storli. alio had Children, she (fe vet hem CistorU. W. JL J" TKllLl. - 2 Local elftrnt, STANFORD, KY. Syphilis, Scrofula, Stnlure, Gleet, etc, enred by never failing remedies. Diseases of women, such as I.eucorrhca, palnlul I have returned from the cities with a nice line Menstruation, Displacement of Womb, Li a ing of Millinery which I will sell for a small profit. down pains in back, relieved in short time. Gocds left over, as fresh as this season's Koods, 'I he Doctor carries all his portable Instruments from last season, I will sell at and comes prepared to examine the most obscure medical and surgical cases CASH ONLY, COST FOR He undertakes no incurable diseases but cur hundreds given up to die. my stock of The reason I do this Is to reduce goods so I will be aole to sell out my business at the first opportunity. I cordially invite the ladies to call and examine And Confidential. Address my goods. I also solicit a share ol their patron J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D., MRS. I. M. BRUCK, Louisville, Ky, Stanford, Ky. As MILLINERY. THE Blood and Skin Diseases. CONSULTATION FREE Canary and Mocking Uird Cages, Hanging Uaskets, Flower Crocks. New stock of Genuine Carbolic Sheep Dip. Prices reasonable. CREAM WATBB OOOLEES, McKINNEY BROS. l .. iimm&Kiilkb&i .swL .v -- . Mta f CL9 lirlr'inr Af Wi