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A tine boy was an arrival at tho Jack McGce is in Pineville, where home of Dr. M. M. Leach Monday eve- he has secured a building contract. ning. George Hughes has bought a farm Judge M. J. Durham, of Lexington, near Brodhead and will move to it this was In town Tuesday greeting his old fall. friends. "Bug" Mitchell, living three miles Judge and Mrs. R. J. Breckinridge West of London, is confined to his bed have taken rooms with Mr. and Mrs. G. with typoid fever. I). Mnhan on ltd street. Congressman Silas Adams was here Win. Silliman's two little children, Thursday to attend a competitive examwho have been very ill with measles, ination for an appointment to West were better Wednesday. Point. Hon. John S. May, Pulaski's repreAntonio Vogliotti was fined $25 in sentative in the legislature, has been in Judge Canifax's court Monday on a town several days this week. charge of selling cider that would IntoxThe hull game here Monday evening icate. He look an appeal. between tho Danville and Richmond Tle Baptists had an entertainment teams was won by the first named, 20 or festival at the Seminary Wednesday to 3. night for the purpose of raising more Mr. Hartwell Perry, of Eutopla money to apsist in finishing their buildIodgp, No. '&, Z. of P., of Danville, went ing. Messrs. W. B Catching, J. H. Pearl, to Lebanon Wednesday to open a lodge J. P. Ijindrum, James Johnson and sevof that order. A number of Knig'its of Honor from eral other have returned Dauvillo attended the funeral of their this week, having lfliished letting the deceased brother, F. L. Shipman, at contracts assigned fo them. James Burnside, who carries the Huatonville Tuesday. M. A. Moore returned from OklahoMr. A. M. Bird whistle and Miss Le- mail between Rock Castle Springs and ma Tuesday with Tho. Adkins in cus- na Bell Yost, both of whom live between London, tells us that the boarders at the tody, who was indicted at the Isttt May Brumllelds and Perry ville, obtained mar Springs caught 13 bass Monday and that fishing was never better in Rockcastle term of the circuit court for forgery by riago license Wednesday. changing witness claims. Capt. Win. Hughes, a peuslon ex- river. -- Hon. E. K. Wilson, late republican Dr. Colson and wife, of Middlesbo-ro- , aminer, is here looking into the reliabilvisiting at Dr. A. Giilliirs. Mr. ity of the proof that has been o ire red in elector for this district is the latest canare J. Douglass Henry, editor of the Herald, support of a number of pending claims. didate for the Legislature for Laurel and Col. Wiley Mullins has Mr. Alex Tribble, of the Gilcher Rockcastle. returned from Danville. Ill , Tuesday. He expects his family soon. Houtp, went to Richmond Wednesday been in the lead for the nomination, but Mr. Win, itose, father of on business connected with winding tin Mr. Wilson's announcement may make B. F. Rose, iliod at his home on the estate of his uncle, Alex Tribble, Sr. a difference. Judge M. M. Barnett and clerk Patterson creok Saturday. He was a Mr. Collins Sumrall has returned af- Col. R. Boyd will probably be candidates for tho Senate from this county. member of the Baptist church and was ter an alsence of several months in I was on Cumberland River fishing about 65 years of age. New Mexico. Mrs. Granville Ce catalogues of the cil has returned from Chicago after a last week in company with Steve and The second annual Frank Blankenship, ''Uncle" Dave Mo Whitley county fair are out and those protracted absence. desiring information concerning a good Mrs. Perry Denese, of Sedalia, Mo., Kee.Sr , acting as cook. We camped fair should address C. II. Keeton and it visiting Mis Emma Welseg.ir. Mrs. out and fished with trot lines and caught have him send them one. Denese is a native of Danville and was catfish, eel, carp and suckers tothe numMiss Theo Hill is visiting in Lon- formerly Miss Tediu Bnead. She is a ber of V2. We had all we could ent while there and after making an equal don. Mlffea Florence Miller and Min. daughter of the late A. H. Snead. division the lot given me weighed '7 lbs. Bullaln, of Barbourvllle, are visiting Harry O'Fallon was until recently a Mrs. J. M Kllison. MIm Jessie rituen of Danville, and Boundless, who after I got home. Thursday night at Albert Yodi's of Lcuiaville, is visiting Col Thos. won the American Derby worth $o0,000 O'Mara's family this week. at Chicago on Saturday, is a hon of Har- farm where beer and whisky have freeMrs. Dr. Murphy is very sick. Miss ry O'Fallon, dam Endless by Enquirer. ly flowed of late, a dilliculty between call a Mary h Vnruon gave our town M. F. Jackson, who was taken to Deputy Collector C. M. Randall andJno. few days ago. Mr. R. Mo?, of near IOiiisvllle some months ago to answer a II. Marlow occurred which resulted in tancaater, visited his son, Dr. E. S. charge of bigamy, is back again in Dan- Marlow's being cut in the neck nar the Moss. last week. Hon. J. T. Freeman ville. The charge was dismissed against jugular vein, from the etl'ects of which was taken very sick on the street with him on motion of the prosecuting attor- - "e '.8 ntwconuneii to ins room. A care- uu interview witti panics prtteni snow sciatica. He is improving, bui sutlers a ney. great deal. Dr. W, M. Foreman, of Burdstown, that Randall was perfectly justifiable. The man Dunnigau who was in the has purchased A. M. King's half intei-e- st Green Briar Springs. in the drugstore of King & Davis, Stanford jail for safe keeping, accused of . Tho 1th of July it now clone upon 111, next to the Dr. Foreman Killing a young woman mid throwing her i,lt0 ,ckcnstle river several years uverylKidy will want to go to huiiib place will move his family here as soon as he iro, aim who escaped irom your jail tin- i question can get a house. on that day. The all important is where to go. Can any more desirable Meesrs. Fox aud Breckinridge in- ally came to the end lie deserved. Dunimagined than CSreen Briar, place be form the I. J. that their suit for fi.OCD nigau and Dan Bales left thiscountry to of Bales damages in behalf of F, A. White, the gether and a brother-in-laWith its deep ravines And shady nooks, medicine man, agairst T. A. Bradley gives the information that Dunnigau and And piuUing streams will he filed in the l S. court at either Dan Bales were hung in Arkansas, chargAnd babbling brooks' ed with murdering a man for his money. Frankfort or Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. AlbArt Yodi were up Here you will tlud eveything to male A number of Danville gentlemen are n day in the country lovely mid enjoya- trying to arrange for a general reunion before County Judge Barnett Wednesble Two large ball rooms, three bands of the Federal and Confederate soldiers day, charged with selling whisky contraof music, a dinner fit for a king, tire who took part in the battle of Perryville. ry to the various laws regulating the works At night and the cream of good so- The reunion ii to take place in the bat- - Mine in this section. A compromise was ciety. Nothing on the whole piogram tlelleld on the anniversary of the battle, etlected hy which they wore released. They made oath that they would not calculated to draw the rough and lough Octobet v element. A place where a parent may degree of Knight Templar was hell, give or allow to be given o'n their The premises, any thing intoxicating, and take hia daughter with the assurance of conferred Tuesday night hy Ryan meeting quiet and respectable people, upon M. F. Ellyn, of Stanford, gave a J00 bond, ecured with a mort or where a gentleman may take his lady laud Bowman Smith of McKiunoy, Fri- gage on their property, that they wou'd friend without having cause to blush no day night the same degree will bo con- - not handle the stiitl'in any way. Kate Carpentei, a woman of tho over the Rhine or beer garden entertain- ferred on George Harrison, of Somerset, " sporting class, was before Judge Canifax ment, no "waih tub" or L. M. Breeden, of Btirgin. land races and no llltby and disgusting Mrs. Alex Anderson and daughter, Monday charged with keeping an unlawcontests. Miss Mary, are visiting Mrs. Anderson's ful house in the town of London. She Briar does not pander to the sister, Mrs. W. T. Read, near Gallatin, had rented a house from Mr. Hence tireen vulgar tastes of tho rough element in or- Tenn. Mr. and M to J S. Gaswhiterar Morgan, near the London Mfg. Co.'s der to draw a crowd. If you want to rived Wednesday to prepare for the ar- -j building and the neighbors made the spend the happiest day of your lifocomu rival of Mrs G.'s parents, Col. and Mrs. complaint against her. Several of the to Green Briar on the 1th. Opening ball James A. Fisher, who are expected next fast young men of the town and vicinity were summoned to appear ngsinst her on .Saturday night, July 1st. All nice week. Respectfully, aud were present when the ca-- o was people invited. Mary Mullins, a colored woman, a D. U.Sl.AUWIlTKH. good servaut aud for some time in the called. She made a compromise with employ of Rev. Dr. McKee, got an over- the authorities by agreeing to leave the Tenn., March IS, V.'.t Tho stock of religion into her this week aud county and she was allowed to depart in Nashville, Stockton Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn. shouted and howled until she became peace. It gives mo exceeding Gentlemen latst Sunday just before the evening pleasure to speak of your Antiseptic, as really crazy. She was very wild Mon- train arrived a fiat fight occurred at the 1 consider itsomethiug wonderful in tho day and Tuesday, but a little calmer on depot between Chris Jackson and Rowmedicine. My old servaut Albert, Wednesday. way of "an Hardin. The tussle was of some duis -' years old, was very sick with who In withdrawing from the drug firm Hardin hit Pneumonia, complicated with Heart ration and in the wind-u- p of King it Davis, Mr. A. M. King leaves I called in mv famTrouble andDropay. Jackson in the back of the head with a ily physician and gave him every atten- a record behind him for iair dealing aud rock aud the blood flowed freely. Martion, but tho doctor ilnally told mo theru agreeable behavior generally toward the was no hope aud the only tiling that public second to no man ever in busi- shal Roundtree, assisted by Deputy arrived just in time to prevent could bo dono was to make him comfort- ness in Danville. Itjs the trust of ev- the use of knives, and .the young men able until the end. At this point I decided to give him' Stockton's Antiseptic, erybody that his somewhat delicate were brought before Police Judge Cuui-faas its eemed to he performing almost health may he fully restored and that he and gave bond for their appearance miracles for others. It was given in reg- may live long and prosper. Monday. Chris Jackson confessed judgevery three hours, and the ular doses Mrs. Mattio Collins, wife of Frank ment and was fined So and costs. Rowover began to decrease from the first dose and a decided improvement was Collins, of Albany, Ga., who recently an Hardin was tried in the afternoon of noticed the first day. In three dayB he visited her sister, Mrs. A. W. Smith, of Monday and was acquitted on the plea was sitting up and in n week he was this county, and her uncle, Mr. A. Tribback at his work as usual, and regained ble, of Danville, was operated upon font of self defense. his strength very fast. I conscientiously Green Briar Springs. Uinorof very unusual character a few believe it saved the old man a life. Poor old Crab Orchard Springs! 'lis Frank Searight, No. 5 Noel days ago at the sanitarium of Dr. A. W. Respt., Block Johntone, formerly of this place, now of sad indeed to see how she has degeneraFor Vale by A. U. Penny, Druggist, Cincinnati. She is progressing even ted. Once the pride of Southern sumStanford, Ky. the expectations of her surgeons, mer resorts; now a "Keeley Whisky who think that her recovery is certain. Cure." She is forced to give a "three-leggeElectric BUtora. and so Tin. remedy is tecomlnifso well knownAll who cako walk contest" in nonuaraslortetd no ipeci.il mention .one or A murderer was electrocuted at Sing order to draw a crowd. All well and used Kleclric Hitters sine the same and It medicine does not exist A dispatch good if you like such things as these; hlcciric Sing this week aud a S.aranteedtodo all that i. cl.ii.ned. ami Kid- fi m,. will cure all disease of the I.lver told the tale. The noveltv of the thing you pay your money uud take your Hheum remove J'imides llo.ls.Sal, blood; and choice; but it is safe to say that tho Sfter affectioua caused by impure prevent will has worn otl. as cream of the couutry as well as the beta from tho system and d lve iu lead- If you feel weak and all worn out take ter class of people of Crab Orchard will well cure all malarial fe ers. Kor cure oil , Mhe Conrtlpallon and Indigestion, try Klectric Stockton's Autiaoptic. It will cure you. be at Green Briar on the 4th, and don't satiMactiofi e".,ee.a r money Entire at A. R. For sale by A. It. Peony, Druggist, Stan-or- you forget it. Respectfully, JelundVd. I'rlcesoc and $ per D. G. Slauguteb. I'enny'a drug store courl-houae staV-router- llev. Lukfl, of Knoxvillc, jirenchcd at the CoDKrt'gntional church Sunday. Willartl, tho little son of I. P. Bar rows, fell and broke his arm hut week. Doc McFarland accidentally shot himself in the leg, intlictinp a Blight wound. Ijuito n party of our young people went hoat riding Monday evening hy moonlight. The Williamsburg band boys gave an ice cream supper at the Saturday night. ' Tho Teachers' Institute for this county ill begin July 17. Prof. Ft. N. ' Itotrk will conduct it. A surprise party was given tho Misses O'Mnra Tuesday evening lu honor of ihelr cousin, Miai Jessie Ilolman. The repitblicAnH are preparing for u lively primary election for the legislature. There are already several candidates in the Held. Mr. Thomas Arthur, of Flat Lick, Kuox county, is visiting his father this week. K. I). Perkins is back from an extensive Western trip. s ex-circ- Ros-wel- l, Miss Addle Burnside left Wednesday morning for a visit to London, Ky. Lancaster has quieted down siuce tne great struggle on "local option," and it is said that even the "blind-tigerFALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. have ceased operations. Tho cornet band returned WednesA SC1ICOI. AND HOME FOK GIRLS day night, delighted with their trip to Harrodsburg. They speak in the highCJood faculty; summer advantages; a beautiful and healthful location. Special course and special est terms of their reception nnd the suc- inducements offired to thoie who desire to make teachers. Our aim is to make our pupils thorough '1 he College has been recently refited, and a College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, cess of the affair. Charts, Mr. John Lear has returned from &c, hate been added M. O. THOMSON, Principal. 13 the Columbian Exhibition aud is delighted with his visit. He says that if a visitor should give three minutes to each exhibit it would take 100 years to get through. The Cornet Band set eail for J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. at an early hour on Tuesday morning and were to return on Wednes5U1 1893. day evening. They make good music and will doubtless give satisfaction to Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and tho immense crowd that will gather at An. Encelleut hoarding department, Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. that place to see the bicycle races. Tho concensus of public opinion is MEN'S AND BOY'S that the Kentucky exhibit is a failure. Even Arkausas has surpassed it in every respect, and tho older States have bo far eclipsed it that the Kentuckians who visit the Fair are heartily ashamed of the display made by their State. Gov. Brown ought to convene his commissioners and ask them "where they are at?" Thomas M. Green, Esq., of Danville, author, and one of Kentucky's most prominent citizens, was in Lancas-caston Tuesday, the 27th, and had a JUST IN pleasant interview with his friend, Gen. Land ram. Hb intimated that he contemplated the publication of a new book but did not indicate the subject or title. He has long been regarded as one of the most brilliant writers in the State, and a man who had the courage to speak his sentiments at all times and upon all s Sustonville, Ky. s'' Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September Har-rodsbu- CLOTHINGI H. er New Stock, New Styles, J. IVIcROBERTS. sub-ject- Hoi-ma- court-house- ho' w j I Com-mmide- "three-legged- pie-eatin- g i 1 Slier-Warnac- x he-yo- d, pie-eatin- e d. Patrick Donahoe, James Conway and Walter Scott, three tramps, one from Baltimore, Maryland, one from Yirginia and one from Covington, were arrested Wednesday upon the charge of burning a box car near the K. 0. railroad in Lancaster on the morning of the L'Sth inst. They were prosecuted by County Attorney Tomlinson and by appointment of the court defended by Gen. Landram and acquitted. They were a rough look ing set and left immediately after their acquittal. The country is flooded with professional beggars, dead and small shows that ought to be suppressed. On Saturday, the day of election, by agreement, all the stores and business houses were closed, and yet a man was allowed to run his show of a petrified man, with a negro playing the baDjo and making tho day hideous with his nonsensical songs, raking in the dimes of the people, just as though no agieemeut had been entered into as to the cessation of business. On Monday a grand racket was kept up on tho public square by a man with a car claiming to be a miniaturo representation of the World's Fair, and it was difficult to transact business ou account of this nuisance. The bestowers of what is known as "government pie" are, as usual, having a haid roadlo travel. They are compelled to choose between friends and paity workers, and as there are usually from 10 to .0 applicants for each position, the number of those who wjll he disappointed is simply enormous. Many of these disgruntled applicants will of doubtless put ou their paint and feathers, and with Thomas-hawand ecalping-knives- , go on the when it is settled that their pretensions have been ignored. There will be a vast amount of time wasted in galloping backwards aud forwards between their residences aud headquarters, and many of them will wish they had never thought of filing an application. Very few of those who give up settled vocations for the precarious positions of public office make any thing in the long run, and quit the service demoralized as business men and regret that they ever had auy thing to do with official life. The man who has a settled vocation that pays him anything, is to say the least of it, in a great measure, independent, and not subject to bo upset at any moment by the whims or caprices of Borne hoes politician, or the one tinder whom he serves. DimTiNo"Si,RiN(.i8 is going to have a big ball and picnic July 1th. Plenty of music, plenty to eat and everything to make you have a good time. The sheriff and his deputies will boon hand to Bee that perfect order is observed. Come to old Dripping, the best spring in the State. Those who desire can bring their s dinners but I will furnish a meal for 'Jo cents. Rooms $1 a week during July. J. R. Phillips, general manager and proprietor. To Chicago via thk Lakes.-T- he greatest trip to the greatest fair on'earth ride; Detroit to Chicago and ad.OOO-milin the grandest palace steamers on the Lakes. Picturesque scenery. Returning from Chicago direct, all rail; or you can go to Chicago by rail and return via the Lakes and Detroit. Berth and meals included between Mackinac nnd Chicago. Round-trirate from Cincinnati $21 30 (via Toledo and boat !'0c less.) For further information ask and O., II. & D. R. R. agent, or address E. O. McCormick, G. P. T. A.. C, II. A D. R. It , Cincinbt-at- s The first day of June was the day on which we began the Cash Slaughter Sale, -- OF Dry Goods, Clothing Ladies' Slippers. The low prices at which we propose to sell the above mentioned articles we call moving and you will decide with us when you find how Ridiculously Low these goods. No man in Lincoln county carries as fine goods and as elegant styles in Clothing as we. Come at once and secure a bargain. Vc sell STEPHENS & KNOX. -- TO THE- - Farmers of Lincoln We cali your attention to the Late Improved Co. ks war-pat- New Buckeye Machines, And would say to you never buy without first examining it. We assure you that it is the simplest, most durable and the lightest draft machine on the market and less liable to get out of order. Call and it. It is represented at Crab Orchard by W. A. Carson, at Stanford by D. li. Stagg, at McKinney by Alford & McKinney, at Kings-vill- e by V. L. McCarty and at Ilustonvillc by John Rifle. .A-XjILj IKIIISriDS OIF Don't fail to see Kept by each agent. BEPAIBS the Buckeye Machines. SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL first-clas- PAPER! ALABASTINE New stock, styles ami shades. o Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. Heady Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, Landreth's Garden Seed at p t nati, 0. Wo Bo McIMMBHirrS, Ky. New Drug Store, Stanford, e I.."1 f.-f- . ijj3s".i jy.'i3 fiA , i ! Semi-Week- ly Interior JouKHaL Ky..- - NEWSY NOTES. Smiford. June 30, 1893 W. P. WALTON. 6 OB 8 PAGES. Some people are disposed to assert that they would rather be hung than sent to depends, the penitentiary for life. That H life sentences meant that however. t hempen cravat might be preferable. But mawhile there is life there is hope and out to the life convict, such ny are held as escape, a change of administrations and tho increase of the chances for par- e anarrh-istdon, Ac. A few years ago five Chicago and three sent were hung at up for life. It was the general opinion that the thMe ought also to have been executed for the part they took in the Haymarket riot. They seemed pretty well well satisfied to get off so easily and serving three years, they were for after they have been unconditionally pardoned by Gov. Altgeld because they did not have a fair trial and the judge was prejudiced. And this leads us to again remark that life sentences now-- a days, beat hanging a long shot. When a man an end fcets his neck broken there's many aslip in the matter o'nt. There's of serving out a life sentence. they would end only in death, then a Silver has gone down to 57 cents. Jessie Greener, a Polish girl, fell building in Louisville from a three-stoand broke her neck. A period of intense heat has caused many prostrations and a number of deaths at New Orleans. Aaron Shuck, wife and five children, of Findlay, O., are all at tho point of death, tho result of eating ice cream. Tho Tremont Hotel at Fort Scott, Kansp.s, collapsed without warning to the 100 occupants and three peisons are known to have been killed, while tho injured run way up into tho teens. BenMarkwell and Bruce Walton, e two young farmers of Mason county, involved in a quarrel at a picnic, and Walton was shot and Killed. Mark-weclaims to have acted in ry ll self-defens- e. Mexican woman named Anitf Sanchez, living in the City of Mexico, his been found guilty of forcing her daughter into an oven and keeping her there till she was roasted to A l) K I V -- s K Y : , r V t fc r tv Miss Julia Force, on trial at Atlanta, FABMlPTrlADiriTEMS. Ga., for the murder of her two sisters, D. G. SLAUGHTER. was declared not guilty by the jury. She Joseph Coffey sold to Johnson, of was declared insane recently but the Boyle, a bunch of butcher cattle at 2jc verdict of the jury removes tho verdict An American bought tho late 'Squire of insanity. rolt, Abingdon's great A tarantula ne6t was found in a in London, paying X'13,220. Middler, bunch ot bananas at Lebanon, Ind., and in Strayed, a black sow, Tho moth200 young ones were killed. Informone car and underbit in other. Exbe er tarantula bit tho grocery clerk ation will be appreciated. J. B. Foswho discovered the nest and tie is dyter. ing from the effects. Charles Marvin has driven horses John Berry, on his chestnut, Poison, to world's record for ago, Bex, etc., 35 won the 1,040 mile cow boy race to the Bud Doble, his nearest competitwhom the World's Fair, making tho last 150 miles times; Your Uncle Tom Oorbett, done so only 12 times. regis- in 24 hours. He and his horse were or, has last State convention rejected for Favora, bv Patchen Wilkes, won a They t ter of the land office, has become a chief nearly dead when they arrived. race ntliushvi'lle, Ind , in 2.12J, the National govern- beat the next 1 3 hours. of the corner in the this year and the fastest milo trotted The New York Anarchists were ment service, that is to say, he has been n stallion this early in the Good Guthrie, O. wildly enthusiastic Monday night over ever trotted by made a receiverof moneys at season. ,? Tf,nlKn Wn.Qh. r.fi.inn.R anxious to the pardoning of Fielden, Schwab and nn: nn,i try to T., the president being so A number of our farmers will violate the homo Neebe. John Most, with his customary give him a job as to 7c, Gc get their money back on wheat by feedGoods Garule clause of the democratic pjatform. temperate expressions, declares that ing it to hogs, which they will have to who Mr. Corbett is now clerk of the Sinking ry, Grinnell, Bontield and all others buy from the city markets, so scarce are Commission at Frankfort Ho has took part in the prosecution should be they here. Fund grown old in the service of his country, hanged. Boundlees will run at tho Kealiza-io- n The pardon of the Anarchists has which he was always so willing to serve .Stakes. Saturday, but "Snapper" that he would take a lesser job, it he aroused so much indignation in certain Garrison has refused an oiler of so.OOO to j 75c. otic, quarters that Gov. Alfgeld's title to could not get a greater. Vc it is e.ud that He win nuo and be American citizenship is being question- ride him Leonards "to get even" with the of we The Louis Snider's Son's Co.., one ed and threats are being made that pro- St. for not paying him very beBt paper housesinCincinnati, ceedings similar to those in the famous owner of Boundless winning the Amerthe GOc, ?1,000 for has been forced to the wall by tho strin- Gov. Rovd case, of Nebraska, may bo in- more than ican Derby. gency of the money market. Its assets stituted. We find from our millers that 50 cts. million and its liabilities of the decoratare stited at a While the employed liiMiinl is tho best nrice offered for 100,000. As one of its patrons for near- ing department of the World's Fair were nr is terrible on the farmly a score of years we can eay that there presenting silver tea services to Director new wheat. This ing community, for it leaves no margin satisfactory houeo to F. D. Millet and Assistant Director never was a more A firmer says that it costs -- o boys do businees with, so far as the excellenAllen in the colored building at of profit. deliver Iuh is concerned, or in tho ac- the World's Fair Wednesday, the lloor cents to cut, thresh and received, cy of its wares as much We commodating nature of its members, and on which they were standing gave way wheat and that it has cost him to bring it up to harvest, and at 50 rents we sincerely regret tho misfortune that and 10 persons were hurt. nothing is left for rent of land. has overtaken it. A resolution has been introduced Font Fox sold to L. H. Hudson an of the Hon. swap arouud providing for the expulsion boar for 515 and one ThKKK has been another of the 7th editorial force. Albert H. Charlton, member l Wood for 10. He also hold in the to Louisville district, unless by Saturday to Charles We o :...,. m.uitnn n nair of work mules for W. Hopper, who has been Mr. James afternoon he shall have presentol him to too a the commercial editor, returns to the self before the House and explained his $250. Ike Dunn sayH he has threshed regular editorial department and Mr. reiterated allegations that certain mem- good deal of barley, and nono of the czy, Wim mm 'w V Arthur Y. Ford, tho excellent ''In and bers of tho General Assembly were brib- crops came up to last year's average, or HopV, any whero near it. In the field of Bruce's About Kentucky" editor, takes Mr. capital removal contest. form-erl- y ed in tho recent yielded 15,000 bushels last year per's place. Mr. W. M. Hull, who The death ol Mrs. Pugh at Xenia, farm that it with credit and satisfaction, held yield this year was only 1,200 O.. hao brought to light the fact that she the colwill again preside over Mr. Ford's MIDDLEBURG. had two living husbands. She married umn, his regular dramatic work having a number of years ago but her husband To Teachers Hov. W. M. Vines will preach at closed with the theatrical season. left her, and Bhe supposing he was dead first examination for white teach- Grove on the 2nd Sunday at .J o clock, The Husband No. 1 of July instead of selling goods on 6 months' timewc After the Thk Owen6boro Iuquirer calls Kditor, married B. L. Pugh. ensuing year will be held it I". t. Keutuck-ianhomo after sev- ers for tho wandered back to his old of the Hopkinsville Friday, Ju was in sebion at will present our accounts the ist or 15th of each month, as suits the Meachaui, Magistrate's court in Stanford, tho scoundrel." If eral years but did not make himself a on buver. an "old Our idea is to do a ly 7, at 9 a. m.. sharp, and continue two Yosemite Saturday with several d Meacham is known until the dual wife died, wheu he No one can begin the the docket. His Honor, Jacob A. Wall, this does not call for days if neceesary. NT CPC2C2 A man, tnlil hid Hfnrv to to husband No. 2, and i ik.jk,,?. .ra3-Cindeed u patient and examination on the second day. me disposed of all of.them in a manner satis and plenteous in mercy. they went to the burial arm in arm, each law requires that those who are not factorilv to one or the other sides. slow to anger ut ror convenience we extend the above time. We propose giving His red hair, what little there is left of weeping bitterly. Iardware, Enoch Wesley has been engaged to Qijr customcrs the best goods and guarantee to sell you known to the hoard of trustees or tho It. B. Hutchcraft, head of tho whole- county superintendent shall bring prop teach tho school at the Foglo school-it, though, does not betoken the fact that QroceriCSj Qucensware, Woodenwarc, Tinware, &c, for less money he is a Moses even on small scale, so it sale commission firm of H. B. Hutchcraft er certificate as to moral hineHS beiore house. P. II. Taylor baa made his call- ca buy thcm anyWi,erc on 0 months' "time. Our explainibrother-in-law- , is pretty certain that he will Btab the en- & Co., at Paris, killed his ng nu election sure and will teach young they can enter the examination. making the change is that it takes too much money carry on Daniel Stuart. The latter was the agagainst the ceiling at vious Casey with his pen. Kxamiuation for colored teachers will ideas shoot-w- ads During the 3 months we have l)llsjnccS on the 6 months' time. gressor and the coroner brought in a ver- he held, subject to the Bame rules, on ungoods our sales have been much larger than we expected India has closed its. uiinta to the Stuart had treated dict of J. Ward attended been sellingvery grateful for the liberal patronage we have received Friday in same month and coinage oi silver and the action his wife unmercifully and when she was the second and we are limited Prof. Gri.fin, who mav also continue two days, if necessaproud to say that our customers have been the very best has affected the money .markets oi me killed by a pistol shot her relatives charger ",..e two months teach- - We are also .. e W. F. McClaky, Co. Snpt. ry. . ...... ...w -- u c .u ... m entire world and forced Bilver down to 37 ed that Stuart had murdered her, tho' the band, left Sunday for his home people ...:U .... : ?. - ... mil lowest price yet he claimed that she committed suicide. mtntrr ..vrt.Uk... In fnL- - IWV..... Trnlnr- - in ex- w ....... cents an ounce, the " at Eubanks. Tho professor is an excel COIUlUUt Willi silver law must Hutchcraft had letters from his sister, the highest market price. Thanking you for past reached. The Sherman III. Kmor All Illicit. lent teacher of music and as clever a change for goods at Very Respectfully, be repealed or the United State? will bo telling him of Stuart's cruel treatment, If Colonel Uuiicum, who is president gentleman as one wishes to meet. He favors, we arc bankrupted in the attempt to maintain and it was to get them that ho made an of tho Frio County Savings hank, is .lAKZM.Mri.1KZ,W UHU9. of friends diiring his stay made a host a fictitious value of tho metal. The ex- attack on Hutchcraft, who refused to more precis about ono thing than an- bete, tra session must repeal the burdensome surrender them. Hutchcraft had been other, it is hU razor. Ho is bo particu-to it that ho has almost come law: knocked down with a loaded cane and lar about tho conclusion not to allow hiuiMlf een he fired the fatal to use it on his own chin on Sundays Jim KtcKAimso.N failed to get the ap- was still prone when shots. Stuart leaves a farm of GOO acres Buncum went off fishing u fow week pointment of collector, owing to the ngo, mid while ho was gone tho cashier of men lie helped to elect to and much money. Bob Bangly, who was also ins roomofiice, but he htill has the Glasgow Timer, LIBERTY. mate, committed suicide. The colomi s which is worth more than an me .Dealer In. was asked by telegraph to return. Ho We are requested to state that there enmo back as fast os ho could. Hushcombined. The "d- -n newspa-- :picnic at this ing to tho hank, ho asked in a oice per man" may get left in such nutter?, will be an ( motion he can Bend to grans nlace on July lft. of tho vice presi husky with but if he chooseB Marriaire licenses have been issued dent: every mother's son of a politician that "Is it n fact that Bob Bangly has com to James Emmett to marry Mtei Olive opposed him. marry mitted suicide?"' Bangh and to John T. Chumly to "Yes, ho was buried this morning."' We confess, oh noble Blakely, that the Mies Luttrell. Tho blanched fuco of Buncum became inexcusable and Comingore break was And- Luther Rains, after several yeais' more blanched than ever. His voice outrageous, and we should not have absence in California and other places, sounded unnatural as ho whispered murmured had you called us a "bloom- is now spending a nhort vacation from hoarsely: ing jay" instead of "our blooming neigh- very active duties, among his many old "How did ho do it?" v&W "Morphine." bor." We can not account for the lap- friends here. Luther iB a young man of "Thank heaven'." cried Buncum, with a bright future in sus pennie. ' groat worth and has tears in his eyes, "my razor U safe, but National Bauk of Ash-t- prospect. The Second have known it would bo, for 9Pii(iB'9BiHP The Southern Oil and Gas Co. have I might ouo , ansnended Tuesday. of the most considerate of Bob was Clothing, Boots, Shoes, M! ISM1 got their auger fastened at a depth of men. I hnll always revere his memoVI Cholera adviceB from Mecca report suspended op- ry." Texas Siftings. about 1,000 feet and have Monday. U!)'J deaths from that disease been appoiuted erations for the time. We understand 'Win. McStewart has The Correct Tlilo. that Mr. Mossinger, of die Company, i--"r t oc at A'temus, Knox county. . -- v. "Who's that down stairs, Jane?" to raise has gone to West Virginia to procure Atkinson proposes -E- dward 'Snint. fripiuls of mine, ma'am." to unfasten it. incretsing thhty millions of revenue by from "But you had some friends yesterday. The committee appointed for tho of beer Jane'." the tax on a glaas purpose, Judge- Myers and County Atof on Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt nj sce i,js stock and get his prices before buying. If you need of one cent to "Yes, ma'am." torney Godbey, have returned from "And on Monday night!" personal auction given .0 repair, have and report Cil James Markey, of Aliance,Obio, Frankfort inducing that they Boardsuc-of "Yes, ma'um." the State falling in ceeded in "Don't you think you had better have work. One call will convince you T C&I 1 1 1 1 1 1 dreamed that the house was Equalization to remove the 11 per cent, a regular day at home each week?" winof a three-stor- y . t be jumped out I bo and 11 tVt V " ouuui aw n..... All rl1Alll1 ? t "Thank you, ma'am! That will dream cost additional tax assessed on real and perthat this is tne mace 10 iraae. dow daring the scare The very nicnl" London Fnn. sonal estate in this county. him hi life. detth There was not a great crowd hero at s county court Monday, but it was a lively day. Among the distil guished men from other counties we at Charlie Prescott's hotel, Were: of Dr. Hawkins Brown, Wesley the U. S. Medical Association, J. Hocker and Dr. P. S. Humphrey, of Dr. J. G. Carpenter, of Stanford, K. L. Tanuer, of McKinney. and Tho Casey County Medical Association convened in tho circuit court room according to previous appointment at 10 a. m., on Monday, with Dr. J. T. Wesley in the chair. Fourteen out of the 20 members belonging to the Association were present besides tho visiting physicians. Interesting papers were read before the body by Drs. J. T. Wesley, A. V. O.iln. I. S. Wesley and J. T. Hughes and tho topics upon which thev treated wore ably discussed by Drs. Brown, Carpenter, and the members of the Asso ciation generally. Though your correspondent could not conveniently attend, he learns that the seesion was lively aud profitable. The next monthly meeting Monwill be at Middleburg on tho 4th day in July. uever-the-lesno-tice- d vice-preside- nt Sis'iar --- -- 33ST !-. " Hus-tonvill- PlWfe " " l 1'".u .".' Green Briar Springs, Big Ficnic & si:k announcements Ball July 4th. first page. three-year-ol- d two-notch- In every Department, which will offered at greatly reduced prices. traordinary Low Prices will fast-ea- TELL rii.i: White THE : STORY. op-vortun- Certainly never before and perhaps never again will you have such an Challics and a big tot of Bargains in every department. itn. at nc, x. and nl nlaid and main WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY. SaUcens. Persian worth Surah Silh and Figured China Silk at have just their Mulls and Dimities will sold at half whichformer prices. m tins weeks will ojjer received several cases ladies' Slippers, money. 7oc and 00c, well worth double the sale at I And get yourself and have just a Suit while yon can get them at half price. Hundred and Fifty Nice Derby Hats, Which will Courier-Journa- have cut thousands of other articles mention. numerous 'their former prices in this sale that are at Soc half Ad-cat- e. I.OtTISinEXXJB O U JTLJtU Rfd This and Profit bv it. JL ( w w. fui court-hous- e red-nos- ed ca-e- b-l- long-sufferin- g n OTT T3TTQ1 ui w UJ l , 1 1 1 self-defens- e. ltoM,I Sly. 1 ig . ll-- T . .. ......... -- - - couec-torship- banks JXVanArsdale THE JEWELER. STANFORD, GROCERIES Stock Most Complete rfi r KT ot eosQiiw kI HARDWIRE Sc, "'",",'l WftLRrjL w-orrw-inrJT- ii, Dost-uiast- er ., VilJOU! SYOT . & one-four- th - one-hal- f , Ty fljl . I 1 a a f, 1 f i w IIIWll 4 "f . L-- vN fv - ... -- X a Stamford. Ky..- APPLES OF SODOM." June BO, 1893 JUNIUS HEIIRI BROWNE ON 8EEKINQ AND HOLDING OFFICE. Ho Hayilt Corrilta rollllca anil Mara Man. hood Ita KrTert on Character and lluty nf Honest Cltlaens Mlsron ceptlon of tlin I'ernnlitry l'rodt. Special CorretiKjnilenco.l WA8IIIN0T0V, W. P.' WALTON. Mo-mll- ty THE : WORLD'S FAIR, : RAILWAYS. AND AMERICAN i KveiyNsI) who is familiar with Wash ingtoil and politic il elides heio knows what riiuttifit-.itU'it- . trials ami siilTerlnir' ollleo siektr liti'lergo perliHllcully A:ul what is run of this capital is equally true of the minor i.tpita h mid eery large city TIidm for ollice is a national ill grace To wlmt miserable shift", ineaii ticses, tleeV'ptirriiN, will not humanity tie mi lei ill that wild jixtle and push' On cannot witness it without a prick of shunn for Ins f. Hows. .IV11 iK'giti thu search wit considerable diguit) spirit and self cstei 111 and lcfoiv they end the) have hanllj t jsutain the feeblest enotiich i.f thoM! Cincinnati,). of MnJiiN. The us it gm-- s oil ilepletes th-- ir IK YOU ARK OOINO lietter nature until so little of it remains that ilso.iius never to liavu uxistesl. Ati ollice seeker Upp-ti- rs deterillillisl to secure THK a place of some kind -- .mulling ntthertliau notliiii'; A western man went yeais ago to Washington, after the inauguration of u new president, Intent on a foreign mis siou He did not get it, but nfter lingering tlieie for more than a jear isiasted that he had not failed altogether; that he had just ' ' been nppointnl deputy assistant of the Louisville e NMvinr n. R. senntd coal cellar. Oiliie is such a fieiulisl, consuming force that presidents dri'ad it inon; than ti the line for you, as its anything that belongs to their position. It has kllbsl more than one chief executive. , It is a womter that it has not killed a dox- t'ii" I .Inn" tti it .it mi - "i---not lie wnsuvriri'vtMl . Make ctoie connections at v'j with him in tlie darkest days of the rebelMild, with his sail, weary smile, "It lion. LOUISVILLE And;OlNOINNATl ln t the responsibility of the tr that wor-r- j me, it is the ut Syracuse." For all pointt. Politics its politics is not to ln THROUOIITtCKKTSSOI.il. TIIKOUUII IIAOOAOK.CIIKCKKU It is good for thu country that there should bep'irtiesand that they should For any inform.llon niulre of JOF.S IttCK. Agent, natch each other, It insures safe udmlnis bunlord, Ky O, t rat Ion. Hut we have utilities in excess. V.'. W. I'KNN.Trav Pan Agent, "nnd continual olllco seeking degrades and Junction C tv, Ky d&--. Jellies iMilitica. Kvery honest, self respect ing American should rellect long and se- - j nny ollice. When he riouxiy lieforo lir WAVTKP A FOnFlOV MWslOV Only a certain number of men Ret nillv Iiuj. done so, he will Ih apt to refrain. We hear thatthe ollice should seek' Horf olkiWestern R R etter all, hut what IioMm of men r tiie man. There are men w horn the ollice ntid lalxir fur it, do mean, false, 111. seeks. Theru are also white blackbirds und . thliiK's in the hope of netting it and . , iiJ Schedule June AptHilutetl, humiliatetl, liMtnetl, to iii pur two headed cnl res. JUNU's llE.VKI HP.OWNE. P'.ho in the end I It inlL'ht Nt thought that one hard lesmm.otiehittercxperiencf, would MRS. POTTER PAL?oER'S OFFICE. I.F.AVK NOUION DAILY serve them Hut it ilix not, nor tlo miinj levtons. After out or rciieatcd defeats they 11 05 a m l'r Cirahani, Minefield, lKhoniaj su.l all stations Hat lop and I'marioiilas Oivit N'lievo they will have Ntter luck next It l I'lirnlslieil lij Hit ll.iiulluurk of Flail-- ' ei women. "B'bo p m . lor lllucfield, Radlord, Roanoke, time, mid w it It t his idea t hey cout lime t heir ctTorts In vain until all their independence lsi clal Correspondence. Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. anil Sleeping Cart Irom tilui field to Norlilk Nl.WAHK, N. .1 , .lime t'.'. Thu olllcv of mid self respect is crtixlied When theat Radford, alto from Lynchburg to Richmond tain that pitiable staue, they often Ixiiuno Mrs. Potter Palmer iu the Woman's buildlor Pocahontas. Powhatan and ttoaln-wiTrains j leave llluebcld dally at 6 toa in.J jo a m, 03 hatiKei-- tin to their party, tiMiU, political ing at the exposition In Chicago is p m and 505 p m . 50 p m daily lor scullions, mere doers of dirty work, mid die fitted up in an absolutely unique) stjle. Leave llluelield ft o a m and in thu mire they have ximk into. The out) thing to Ihj regretted is that it Kenova and Columbut, O . Chlcagoand all points The fate of an olliceholder Is often worse was not sooner completed. It will nlVoii' lor West I'ullman leener on s 30 p m trainSo Chiam. cago. Arrive Columbut 4 4P in and S than that of an olllcn seeker. The latter thu only ehibition of llsherwoinen's work Additional tram, for Welch and Intermediate may. after reiterated ndiutTs, Ret so tired that can In- - seen ut thu great fair. Tlii-tationaoti F.lkhurn letve lUuefield jospmdai of, mi rcn'llcd by them, as to turn his mind ill be tisetl mostly on thu walls. The fin Trains arrive at Norton Imin the Katt dally at mid attention to caniiUK mi honest livcli niluro w ill 1m colonial, loaned chietly fro-1- j hood. the tnnn who has once smired collections of antiques owned byprltati lioip mand inrormanoii $vpin ror lurtner i"i His families in soiitheni New Jersey. agent, of Norfolk A Western Rail olllcn reform is usually Impossible Ac apply to simile success dooms him. Ilo never ceases ThuollUe isa front corner room on the ' """ " road or to " Gen Pass Agt Koanove, s afterward to Iks an nfliru seeker However llit floor of tint Woinun's building. The4 M V IIRAf.d, llmltisl histlesertsortpialillcations, hu feels walls ato ecru tinted, and the window j Trav Pass. Agent wronucd when any 0110 is preferred to him j hau pane curtains of pongee silk, 'lluj Hu is com luced that his party is under last rleconitiousof ceiling and side walls Ooiim-- ! i Inn obligations to him, that it owes him of the draped with their corks an , whatever he is inclined to ask for; that the lialls, which when the hemp is new me never 1h fully fiie.o OHIO debt can the sort of manrepaid. think if ho very ornamental. The regularconsists of who Hu Ih intervals pannier Ntskets set nt doe.s not s.iy thai republics are. ungrateful. with small seines draped between and eel thecaiiFoof Ingratitude, beliiK in Ids mind pots here and there. One largo wine S gracefully, that ho Iiiih not Kot somn position for w hlcli feet long is ustsl. Itis tut is notoriously tinlltttsl. He wants it, mid thu drapery is iutersperseil with lldi why scale, shells and plaques bearing pictures 01 Now York, . mid that should liesulllclent he should have It. Hu cannot or will not shapes of llsh hud iNh eating hirtls. And all other Kattcrn Cillet. r!soalM)uhls narrow selllnhues.s, his tow Thu scrnpbasket which .stands by.Mr Olllco Fivkini: and Pulmer's century old colonial desk and Line between Louttvllle, l.etuiton'and rriiiK egotism. Shorten Kattcrn Points. aru prone to develop in the, human was made especially for her by sout heart any niimlier of weaknesses mid vani New Jersey lisherwomen. They const rue KFFFCT NOV. 1, ivj IN ties and nut a few more serious defects. eit a iiasKct 0111 01 tiie usual sptiuts, w 111 " EAST IIOUNI). Lve.Letington They cannot do It, of course, and as a con they bleached. It is decornted with sil' j sequenco they grow inoro servile 011 one coid ill exactly the same vuy that liemp J itpm Atlantic Kspress No. n, daily Midland Accommodation, No 36. ex. Sunlit, 40am hand nnd more contemptuous on the other, tisisl. When complete, the room will sn 6.10pm Vestibuled Express, No 34, duly thus tleteiioratiiiK inoro and more with tain half a doen very old Jables otm kit. Sterling Accom , No. as, e. Suu. ....... in thu William IV:. their leiiKthencd bondage. They may at known to have WEST IIOUNI). Arr. Leaington: tempt to throw it olT, hut tlio attempt usu- family-- a do.eu antique, chairs, a haipsi Leiinglon Accom., No. 17, e Sun 7 5Sm ally falls. Possession of ollico seems to un- chonl 4 firt wide, sofas, clocks, andirons, 11,40pm Muuvllle Kxpreit No. ar, dally lit ono for IlviiiK othetwisc. Having sur- fenders, candlesticks 1111 old Dutch bant: 4 ISP Accom. No. 15, ex Sun I.tjaington lug lamp, an astral lamp mid an ancient 6. 10pm rendered so much for it, the holders rarely Vettibuled Kipress No; 13, daily object to surrendering more and more until "dispatch m." or miniature trunk a foot Vettibuled Tralnt with Dining Cart Ne they have, nt last nothing to part with. In long, iu which parchment documents Used Solid but tranfen without truth, n career of olllceholdiugof tlio ordi- to Injcanieil. Through Sleepers from I.eiiuglon nary sort tends to sap one's manliness, to change. One table will be deoted to an Hftcrnoof Ml. RVAN, HW. KUI.I.FR, inako one a sham and asjeophant, to de- tea wrvlce; another will hold a case show Att't Gen. Pats. Agt.. Gen. Patt. A(t, stroy every vest igeof one's proper ambit ion. lug fishermen and women at work. It will Cincinnati. Washington,!). C. The pecuniary profit of olllces Uslugulat-l- y lie a shore scene, with sand and grass, sonii misconceived. The salaries of nearly nil fishing Ixutt, a lifelioat fully equipped olllces in the United States are notoriously an icehouse, a tKhlng hut and craulerry and ''Nurnn small, but there is a widespread notion hucklelierry hushes just us they grow. A rruuiM thnt certain perquisites ntono for these titituberof Usher folk, men nnd women, toJust what the perquisites consist of nobody gether with a llsh wagon drawn by a pal; knows. They aru ever shndowy und of mules, will llnlsli the representation cV iMairfTSwABBOTjroM Then vnj;uo stories aro always Everything in tlio casu but the llgtires was allojit of men who have got rich in ollice mnde by men mid women iu the life saving .STlVtNl I without harm to their good name. If they station at .Mautoloking. have douoso, why cannot others tlo It? Is Mrs. Palmer says: "Any cabinet maker not tlio experiment worth trying especially and upholster would have been delighted when the experiment is 11 temptation lu it to furnish my ollico In the most approved fhttm tlMHriUC self? style, but I prefer to give encourugement to But thu perquisites nnd the stories are, a class of peoplo who have always received 1. MftM iMDrnteM m ....." UlV .iMl. ,4. for thu most part, untrustworthy. The thu least, and I regard this as an oppor(Mil SUM lUUinrowuiwn atuwiii perquisites, in thu main, aro not honest, tunity to give such encourugenient. I pre IlinUT unimKuuru hi any more than are tlio fortunes made. Men fer the practical and useful aliove the orua-mentTHE MOIOftWKT amia who get rich inotlko aro guilty, a.s a rule, and tcsthctio and would rathe.r Uaairiaa GtoGPOND of fraud or somethiug worse, whetherthclr huvolttiny ollice the handiwork of these nnnirv In reputations suffer publicly or not. OenrpojiTih ACT. unlettered women than all the. china paintwhen the ofllco Is legitimately ing and hand embroider? iu tho exhibi CilKrVOO conducts. Is rar?ljrlrJc&tIvt.nor la It tion." Anxie Isausl Willis. ' The Queen & Crescent Ituule, widely known at the tod tunning tht "l'mtt I rains In the South, it la the field o carry eerybody from the South part of the to the World's l'"lr at Chlcaxo.-aNSouthern country l left uiicatcd for by thin great railway anJ iti connection!. The Through Car lhe System W an admirable erHilB From lul capabilities of American (railroading New Orleans Through Sleeping Cars ruu flail, morning and evening, tarrying its panengtrs by Cincinnati or Uui.vllle, at they may wlect. anothFrom Shrerepoit, VlcUburg and Jackion and er Through Sleeping Car Llac com" 10 Join .nliuled become a part ot the nuguifictut through Through Train, which, and the famous Willi Valley of Alabama. it Joined at Chattanooga by ihf.tralnfrom Jack, aonvllle, I'll , Hruntwlik and Atlanta, (5a , over the K. T. V. A . Il'y, and proceed north over the beautiful Cincinnati Southern, through the grandeil natural tcenery amd most attractive htr couutry In the world, to Oakdale, magnificent I'ultmin Car it received, another coming from the Richmond & Danville system C , from Charleston, S. C . through Columbia,.. the beautiful French llioad country, and Athville N. C ,and Knotvllle, ienn. The time to Chicago it made so at to alford the hourt for departurei from the mm! convenient principal citiet and arrlvilt in Chicago. I'as.engerscan purchate ticket, good over one Maenrth.cl the river, and returning via another if they detlre a vanatile route without ettra charge. Or they canjgo via rlncinnall. returning via l.oulvillr,or vice Hound trip ticket on tale at reduced rate.. ll i lre.u.t attl.i Agent, of the (h.cago line for vitit-on looking up nmt or accommodation to the Fair Kvirylhiog that an almott jetfttl .ilemisu of the dcviM to deterve the pralte and patronage startling public hat been proviled. Anyofthe Agents of the companies mmed below willihrer. fully give all pottlble information and assistant r R. . Oarratt, No- - Orleans, l.a. 1. Hardy, Ilirmlngham, VUVtb.UK. Me" J K. MeOregsir, W 1) Ala. K.T Charlton, l1ialtaDi. Ten. . Kdwarda. IVsiatt, Junction t'Hj, Ky . " " "d" ping Hum-Ingha- m viilRiirUi" or tit'Krali"4 Amurlcnn ikjIUIch or millers iitblla wrvlco so Indllclent, in the Kcnoral .strtiKlo fur olllce which tecum panlivt nny Atttl i'vitj" cIiiiiiko of mltnitiUt Till wat tint no In the early ilttyn of tlio hut for inoro than 60 yrr nil iirtli', wlnttevur their title or hhiiiiii t Ion, hnvu iictrd on the (lurulclous principle thnt to tliu vIiImi-heloiiK tlio HpoiK nny thought fill pentou would nt tempt to defend the prncticu on iniirnl or rntloimt Kroundn. It 11 wholly find Icluii ly political, one of tl'o dflmtxl incthixN ot t Ht the polls. Hut foiiuili i nocurliiK on wlmt It mippOMil to m nelf lntt'ti-- t 11m1. fiiMterctl by political tnuniiKcr and hchetini- r;ciicnilly It It not hnnl to tui(leptaiid w h retain so strong a hold on t'ii h Mii-ccN- Juno tiling no al i'i rt NORTH WEST. The adoption of civil wrvlco reform, h r di'iitly ndvocntcd hy 11 highly roHpt-ttahminority, In acomntcil hy tunny nnn polit (.i' dre.iin, neer to Ihj ti'iilbcd. It (Iim-nut belong, they ui). In what they aru mi foil of callluu; practical politico that In, tli. kind of M)lltlcs vihicli materially iMMiellt1-partmill parti aut. If that reform iiitihl tio cartkil out, what it clmnKo it vwult! work In our itolitlca, mid how far It would go toward the purillniliuti of our election'. How comparatively ipiiet our campiU'in would lx, and how ure.itly the litentturool calumny and falsehood would Ui curtailed' If thu Kreat Ixnly of voters in the land hud no other Inducement or expectation than the triumph of their particular party, hoine kind of ptiu directly or linlirectly for theiiiM-lviM- . eaucuscMmk llo incvtiiiKt, ratllicatlniiM, ptradi, pnices rtloii'.. IxinlireH, torchlkhtH, poder liurii Int; mid the Iiciiim-- , noie and confusion thirt are to all holier minded citizens 11 pen cxiic and Infernal would he nt leant nlwited. It Is a iUetlnn If Mich measproduce any apures and deinon-tratloipreciable at any tMe,.es)ccliillynliice If both tidis ltoth ldes Indulpiln them would abstain fruin them by what a vat aiuouiit of breath, lalwir, tniu hie, inonev, clamor mid miccllucou would be siMil, ami sael to the comfort and credit of thu country! 1 IrresjM-ctlvpof ihiI-miicis nvcniLfu mind and lw ko dllllctilt to aImiIImi etovatlng, distltiguishlnj: or natlsfactory, as many who have obtained It have discovered, hut too late. Ofllce is a fetich to which fvcrythltm may lw oflTered, but which makes no return. A most unhappy example of the effect of greed of ofllco wits that of GeorRo J, Stan-nan- l not loti after tint war. It was widely commented cut at the time and is still It.s moral Is as fresh today remembered. as It was 3.1 years aii. An estsjnied citi-?e- n of Vertnont, when Sumter was llrcd on hu raised a regiment and entered the Held. Proving it gallant soldier, he 10s1 to the rank of major general. Hu was iu every great battle fought by the Army of w us several times wounded and lost nu arm iu the servicei He particulate distinguished hints If nt (lettysburg, lit" lua been largely instrumental in repelliii-th- e brilliant mid memotablo charge ol Plcki'tt'siliisioii, which may have changed the fate of the republic. When (Slant was elected, ho w us auxlou to Ik- - appointed collector of it district iu his native state Some of his friends labored to dbsuailu him, tilling him the place w.v.. Hut t'.u not worth at most ubote fever of ollice was upon him. He persist 1' mid won. I'nltersally liked, ho was n vt, Hpulitr Incumbent mid paid dear for hi popularity, lu n few months utcrythii.;. went wrong lu hlsollkoaud with him. Ai. investigation was mnde. Hu was short it his accounts. Neither he nor any one els. knew what hud become of the money, but it hud clean gone He was declared a de fun Iter u!iillisiiiiM-- l from his place bank nipt, mined in chaiaiter lieyond rcdeinp tiou. Nevertheless Ills luteuUons had Nt. of the best. He hud not stolen or niisaji proprintisl the goveriitnent funds. He hnd simply lael.isl exactness and method, and thu lack hud destroyed him. Wretelnsilj poor, he wasulterwanl mudeasulNinliiiatc doorkeexT iu the hoiiw of representative ' und wituin a ear dltd there olture, bio!;eit hivirted, thu victim ol frieixlh-- ', x'). Tli Tie tletween Then. "We aro always particularly glad to aee Pittsbnrgors hero," said n Chicago 7iifouf-- man to n visitor from tho Iron City. "I nm glad of that." "Yes, sir; wo are. There aro peculiar ties botwpon tho two cities. You know that Chicago is the great pork packing metroiwlis of tlio world!" "Yes." "And, as I understand it, Pittaburg U tho Krentt-s- t producer of pig iron." 0ufi jvr- fatr gyy cwui AjUua. 0 - Pittsburg '?''-"i- Chronicle-Telegrap- j v ST'.MU-vrf- v 2w . . Atiimir-rrMHT- The Professor' I. Mistake. I II. y W CULe III. -- ' .'J c-- si -- rrsi n . wdlxt&e&yr? ar i X GtCsZcf fO , ' J, jsf szc?7ije4?&s&cC 7fct . S7 YJ OXXUiSHZZZ r 4Cg ,' T ? 3 ambition foromcc 1 IV. HUSTON VI LLE, KY., FRITS QL wj f'!Vlih'fiiif'T'1''1' ' III9II99I STuttsTinyPiils: Ti. MBallet PU1 U tho World! 4 Scientiflo American Aoenoy forj 1 V. 9 they are InTultiabtoM they cause the Sick Headache rrlce,83c. are Ttry ntuall, yet poaeasaIl the vlr- tuea of the larger Tutt's I'll Is TrUlchA liaro hcensooui .arorthlrtyycar. n com-- A Their size and Maudtkem for the use of ctilldrenM rrcakttouiachj. Jb'or und persoai with sucrar-contin- mill t SL a mSmt Wfcr fouitoauslmllatr, nourish the bodyM acd paaoflDaturallywltlioutnause or (Titling. Hoth aires of Tutt'a nils are nolri by all drupUts. Dose small. Office, 30 rark FUce, N. Y. CAVEATS. TRADE MAfUCt. DC8IQN PATKNTS COPYRIQHT8. teJ jror inrormtioii ar.j rreo Handbook writa to munn a cun a"i uhoauw-at- , new York. Oldest bureau tor seurlru patents In Amerlt Kvery rat en t taken out br us la brouglit befor the public by a notico eiren trco ot charge la the sssm B Vi ikii 9 m .asr m mr Lnrceat dreulatlon of any scientific paper In the world. Splendidly lllaitrattsl. Ko tntelllirent man should be without iu Weekly. 3.00 a months. Addrees MUNN A CO rwir; Vupusucb, atil ti roadway. Kew York City. sli Double Dally Trains 1 11 -" -- -- Hub. The Ktoliition of Dubbin. "I nm looking," n.tid tho dusty, travel stained man with tho valise, "for nn old friend of mine who used to live on this street. " "What'tf his nntno?" inquired tho jkv liceman leaning against tho laiupK)st. "Dobbin." "No man of that name living along here." "No, 1 reckon not," emid the dusf traveler, looking in a perplexed way at a memorandum in his hand and then at tho row ot fctately dwellings in front of him, "but ho used to livo in a cottago right where that big stono front stands." "Was ho a short, heavy man with a bald head and ono leg n little shorter than tho other?" "Yes, that's tho man. Whero is he now?" POTHERS'I inintirvii rKii-i-M !v 91 VERS HOl'SE LIVERY ST1BLX ' w-- sl I WW To Young p. W. GREEN, Prop. Thi 'table, which wfll-'suow- faVVv MthefS l n Mjvri ri u n confection with the House, baribeen supplied nyltb ANew Lot of Hones, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, prepare - -- - nil ruuimer'k Suppl e ind Is tetter thai) ever nupply the public with S ss-kiii- N W 1 con-tant- ly Makis Child Birth Easy. Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Endorsed by the Leading Physicians. Itook to "Mother" mailed VREE. FIRST-CLAS- RIGS OF ALL KINDS. I'enor.al and piorvptattei t en givtnto Weddings Pities Al . and Hurlals . UURNS, Mauajter P. V. GREEN, Trcprtetor. is m DRADFIELD REGULATOR CO SOLD BY ALL, DRUQ013T3. ATLANTA, GA. J ll s "Always wnlked with his hands him and woro chin whiskers?" lie-hin- d , w "That do.vrilH.vt him exactly." "Why, ho got n htreot paving contract thrco or four years ago, and lio's worth $100,000." "Oood for Dobbinl What's become of Is ho in Kttrope?" "No," answered tho policeman, jointing at tho big stono front. "He lives right there, and his uaino's D'Aubigne." Chicago Tribune. him? CHESAPEAKE & RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, ollice-holdin- 1 htrti;i;liiiK With the I.aui;iini;e. "I wonder what becamo of my said tlio now teacher in tho kindergarten. "I am siiro I left it on my desk." "Roddy Mulligan swiped it, mum," replied little Dennis Quinii. "Swiped it?" asked tho teacher, with a surprised inflection iu her voice. "Yes'm. I seed him." "But what do you mean by swiped it?" "Swiped it!" rojieated Dennis, it now being his turn to bo surprised. "Yes. What is swiped it?" "Why, snr.iled it." "Snailed it? What on earth do you ion-knife- menu?" U-e- 1 "Why, ho piigged it, mum." "More incomprehensible than ever. Swiped, snailed, prigged! What ou earth do you mean?" "Why, ho yanked it, yon know," exclaimed Dennis, amazed at his teacher's failure to understand common language. "Put it in his pocket, you know." "Oh!" exclaimed tho teacher, with great sigh of relief, as sho went after Roddy Mulligan. Harper's Bazar. 11 tabler sdh c buckeyeNLC OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, A s s s OST IS WIFT'S SPECIFIC entire system, eliminating all Poisons from the Blood, whether of scrofulous or malarial origin, this preparation has no equal. . . months I had an tating sore on my tongue, tuns treated by test local physicians, but obtained no relief; tht sort gradually grew uorse. I finally took S. S. 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We have also lu prepmitlou, to present to our subscribers during 18'Jtl, other great pictures by such art Ufa as Percy Jloran.Jlauil Humphrey, !otiid Ilenehiunps nnd others if norid-wld- a renown. Tako only two cxuntplea of what wedid during the pj"t jear, "A Vanlof and "A Wlilto llotiso On hid" by tho wife of President Harrison, audj ou will sett what our promises mean. Those who sulMcrlto forPcmore'd's ramlly Magazine Tor LWl w 111 pot-- w n gallery ol exquisite works of art 01 KtVnt value, besides a Magazino tbut cannot tie eiiualed hy any In the world for Its beautiful illustrations and suhjevtinattr,tliat will keep everyone posted on nil tho topics of tho day, and all the fads and different items of Interest about the household, besides furnishing Interesting reudlng inutu-r- , both gravo nnd gay, for the wlioli) iuinlly: and while Uemoreat's is not a fashion Mugiulue, Its fashion pages are perfect, and wo give you. fret of eot, all the patterns you wish to tiso during the year, and In nv slJ jou choose. Send in your subscription at once, only $2. and you will really over &5 ret Jennings In value. Address the publisher, Domonst, 15 Bast Ittb. St.. New W. York. If you are unarrjuainted with the Matptxino, seud 10 cents for a specJaen copy Tlieexqui-sltcreproductionsIan-lien," timid Teat. Ollice-holdin- How aro you succeeding here? Struggling Pastor Tho standard of morality is rising gradually. "I nm glad to hear that." "Yes, I uui no longer obliged to demand cash tn advance." New Yor1' Bishop VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS GUARANTEED. iiitlU'lim: uirhirso aire Has led all Worm Remedies. V r'tieiHK iiUtiuaiiuaiicar; ixxtrnits. tis: rauuntnw o r; tlie,.rt-- o tptHiilit: Adulla I'attl.and airs. EVERY BOTTLE I tuli lie, Ut diUiwU ueim. liU tlio Utul,niost pop-- J uill, slici'l iiiuklcut u'. ui'iriiniemall sl'irxiuiK anu vucai ur..'l V iuiKu,a Uoilen upni thoiuitelfHiii man. ,- 3!, -; e?CeKX3uCK3SSCKKK " ntli of Intclr lumlc fnr forty! J ) n Wakly. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Ttrn4 r tiraiEDM aiBirm to., it. tons. A iimu t 1. ortlera tu dra allKroaawar ThMtrei il'Jllt'ns. .1. r, KCHO. lIuurlL'uiiit. rh Ad- tMiDulitr btiaiitr. NKVV YOKK MUSICAL ec&aceDicaacaacec8'C8iMaana vt ti- - Aj3t- - ,m!.V. t? "'", ' MWV ft rrr v'K'''WrflWM w i'v ', ' b '!'' T ". it V J rat-- - . .. .. week. Urine it here carded SHOOTING OF CORBETT. wrapped last paper." in a The hat was brought. When Dick appeared with it, Ilawkins drew a reWrong-En- d A Detective Story, volver from a drawer in his desk, and Poromoat, by Fielding. said: "Come with me." They went to the outskirts of tho Th DlHlculty to This Cie Wat to Flad An town, and, in a deserted gravel pit unlenocent Ms Wlto Couldn't ne Conder the shelter of a high bluff, set tho victed with Perfect Kate A hat on a mullein stalk. Then HawSurplus of Evidence. kins put a bullet through it. icoPTiuanr, 1893.1 I may as well say right here that the baker simply lied. He craved notor. iety. He wanted to get his name into tho papers. At such times we occa- IUi the following to My about the Electropoiie ol La Grippe. sionally forget that our fellow men nd how It cures Office Brinly, Hilts & Hardy Co , will lie; but they will. The best witLouisville, Jan. 30, !&jx. ness, the most positive witness, the Memphis T. E. C. Brinly after-effect- Co , rr.'frs. and Jobbers of men's aud youths' clothing, No. ji North 3d si. 33 Best s Philadelphia, Pa. sj 00 gelding years old and ov r J o to first, Jf pair of hip boots to sd. Special premium by Colchester Rubber Co. Colchester, Conn 1 Comes to you every other day la the year lor only $2. Ihecneapeit and best paper in Kentucky. 50c gets 11 three months. Address Tin Aiivocatb, Danville, Ky. H The value of circumstantial evidence is too serious a subject to treat with levity. I would not jest about it for ten dollars a column. Judges at large salaries and jurors at three dollars a daj and board may make it ridiculous if they bo desire. That is a question between them and their conscience. As for me, 1 tell the story of the shooting of Dick Corbett because I believe that it will be a valuable contribution to'the discussion which recent remarkable criminal trials have evoked. There is no fiction here. 1 have not altered a single detail. Indeed I was not tempted. The facts are sufficiently absurd to suit my contention that by circumstantial evidence anything except the truth can be proven. was the Dick' Corbett, at twenty-oneditor of the Dally News of Aurora, 111. Jake Siegmund owned the paper and set the type. Journalism in Aurora was then in the genial 6tage. Every man who fig- e, I 4 ri V f TH PLOT TH1CKKSB. nred in print, whether he was notable 'for benevolence or burglary, was described as "the genial" Mr. Meanwhile, scandal was boiling so hard in the town that one could stand twenty miles out on the prairie and hear it sizzle. A trained metropolita journalist could hare gone into Aurors, and wrecked a dozen homes the firsi day. The stories told across back fences, if proven in court, would have filled the jails with genial citizens. These possibilities, however, were studiously overlooked by the editors of the local papers. Corbett was a bright young man, but he was not wholly exempt from the errors appropriate to hlsyears. He believed that editors were great men, and his ideas about proprietors were somewhat vague. Therefore, when o. your scalp." Dick did not utterly enjoy himself while the doctor was artistically making a bullet wound to match the hole in the hat: but he survived the operation. In those days all Aurora went to the post office immediately after supper. On the day in question there was the usual crowd about seven o'clock. At that hour Hawkins and Dick walked up the main street, and separated at a corner in full view of the throng. Corbett walked down a cross street which led towards his home. Fifty yards from the main street he came to an alley which wasqnttednrk. He looked all around. Nobody was watching. He took off the light hat with the hole in It, and rubbed the wound in his head to make it bleed, according to the directions from his medical adviser. Then he fired the revolver in the air; flung it as far as he could up the alley, and fell on the sidewalk. There was a crowd nround him in no time. He was tenderly raised from the ground, and borne into a livery stable near by where he was laid upon a bench. Among the first to arrive was Dr. Gilson. Two or three other doctors were in the crowd. They examined the wound and unanimously pronounced it serious. There were indications that the skull had been fractured. Hawkins stood, meanwhile, at the feet of his wounded assistant. He observed with pleasure that Dick was pale as a gnost- - in tact the young man was nearly fainting with excite- "Now we'll call on Dr. Gilson," said he, in an encouraging tone, to his young assistant, "and get him to cut a hole in your head." The genial Dr. Gilson was a stern-faceold fellow who liked a joke better than any other man in Aurora. "Why certainly," said he, when tho matter had been explained to him; "sit right down here, Dick, and I'll fix you up so that any doctor in town will swear that you've had a bullet along d hat with a hole in it was passed from hand to hand. It was openly said that the assassin could expect to ornament ment. The air was full of execrafions. The J HEMW Siegmund, sold out to Willis U. Haw- a kins, Dick was surprised almost as much as he was grieved to find that his own share in this transaction was represented by the key of the street in a tintox. When, in the course of some days, Dick discovered that, after all, lie was only the cube root of himself, he went to Hawkins and asked for a job. nawkins was editor and Siegmund was still sticking type, so that there didn't seem to be any great demand for Dick, but his entreaties prevailed. "Your work," said Hawkins, "will be to get me one sensation a week." For some months this was easy. All the good old yarns thathad been ready for so long, were spun, and Dick made from one to a dozen deadly enemies every Thursday. That was scandal day with the News, and it became much more popular than Sunday in Aurora. But at last the crop was reaped. There came a Wednesday when Dick - TIIBY AM. HAH EVIDE.NCK. lamp-pos- t before morning, if he should be caught The mayor stood on at the door of the stable and officially offered five hundred dollars reward for evidence leading to conviction. The News had its sensation on the following day. There had never been such a story in Aurora before. All the theories of the shooting were given, and as everybody had one, and no two were alike, there wasn't much else in the paper. Hawkins offered a reward of one thousand dollars and undying fame to the detective w !o should solve the puzzle. The new, spread in a twinkling, and the size of the reward a l- i L5wl VI j VjwtiWm Tjf f ra THK DOCTOR FIXKII HIM. if. ? had no sensation. He announced the fact to Hawkins in the morning. "What, no sensation?" cried the able editor. "Well, Dick, I'm sorry for you, but " "Sorry for me? Why, what do you mean?" "I thought that you understood our agreement," said Hawkins. "You were to get a sensation eery week." "Hut there isn't any this week." "There must be. Your position depends upon it." The death rattle could be heard in Dick's throat. No anun with any trace of pity could view his distress unmoved. "If there isn't any sensation this week you must make one," said kindly. "Can't you get somebody to assault you?" "Dlmmock, the dentist, has been threatening to shoot me," said Dick, brightening. "That's good. Go call on him. Tell him you've got another story about him, worse than the last one." Dick grabbed his hat and ran. In ten aainutes he was back again, looking very blue. "Dimmock's pot in his office," he Said. "They sy he's on a spree and nobody knows where to find him." Ilawkins looked at the young man severely. ' "I see that I'll have to manage this affair for you," he said. "Go home and get your silk hat, that one you dis Haw-kins- , brought all the amateur detectives within a hundred miles to Aurora. The city was full of mysterious strangers who looked out of the corners of their eyes, and wore slouch hats pulled down over their brows. And these fellows did more than pose on the street corners; they got evidence. They got more of it than any human being could tell what to do with. The pistol was found in the alley, and the ownership was traced to something like a hundred different people. No end of hardware dealers remembered having sold It to suspicious looking characters whose description they gave. It was an easy way for a deuler to get his name into print. These descriptions never failed to fit one or another of the men whom Dick had "exposed" in the News. In fact it would have been hard to imagine a description which couldn't fit somebody who was known to have a grudge against him. These early developments Hawkins handled with comparative ease. He set one against another, and succeeded in so scattering suspicion that there was little dauger of an arrest. lint presently the case took on a more serious aspect. A baker who had a shop on the corner of the alley already mentioned called upon Hawkins and told a perfectly straight story which rather staggered the author of this that he had been kneading bread by a window which opened on the alley. He had seen the shot fired and could describe the villain. He did describe him, and that description fitted Dlmmock better than his epidermis. The baker, however, did not pretend to have recognized the man. lie had seen him run up the alley. It happened that a flight of stairs led directly from Dimmock's office into this alley. His threats against Dick were well known. Here was motive, opportunity and everything elsa necessary to the needs of an intelligent jury. k plot. The baker said years. Well, the baker wanted to know what Hawkins was going to do about it. That was just what the able editor wanted to know, but he didn't. However, he persuaded tho baker to wait a few days before hanging anybody, and he promised to print a modified version of the stay which would be a good enough advertisement for a bakery, but would not quite amount to a conviction of Dimmock. T. E.C. BRINLY. The next day no less than a dozen Mr. llrinley is one of the oldest and best known detectives called with additional proof plow manufactnrers in the country. against the dentist There was enough The diseases cured by the Electropoise are ml to convict him a dozen times over. confined to any particular duncf ailment. Ily Its Nothing saved him from arrest except use oxygen is absorbed through the pores and the diligence with which Hawkins membranes, adds strength and vigor to the entire boomed certain other theories of the sjstem, and will cure any diseaie where there t crimes, inconsistent with Dimmock's vitality to build on and a core Is poislhlt. We id lull particulars, all to call'or write guilt There were at least twenty eite I! HOIS A WEB II, and get 10, Notion Hlock, Room D other persons who were Btrongly sus- Northwest corner Fourth and Jefferson Streets pected and who had from one to ten Louisville, Ky. detectives watching them. The only difficulty was to find an inTHEnocent person. Every man in the city who had been a victim of one of Dick's sensations provided himself with the best alibi he could beg or buy, and waited in perspiring suspense for WHl be held on Its grounds at- somebody to come and arrest him. Dlmmock, leing hampered in his search for an alibi by the fact that he could Thurtda) and Friday not himself remember where he had FANCY SADDLE RING. been at that time, consoled himself SC with the flowing bowl, and was popuso cu Beat saddle mare or gelding any age 43 larly supposed to be drowning his reJij to lint, Is to second morse. " .speial premium by J. B. Robards, CATALOGUE. Then, nno day, there came to tST WRITE FOR the leading liveryman, Danville, Ky ,. . tj 00 Hawkins' office a 44 Best walking mate or gelding shrewd J .jo to first, Jr.jo to second old fellow who had been deputy UnitOFFICERS. Special ptemium by Tim Murphy, the ed Statvs marshal of that district, and 1. WOODS Presldent-- E nag maker, Danville, Ky. was then a detective of some promiW. GRKfcN.A. M.PF.NCK Best modtl stallion, mare or gelding ij c 4 nence. We will call him Capt Gay. C. WALTON Secretarj-- E. Jl juto first. Ji jo to second He was a different sort of man from J. T Embry, W. 11. Shanks, Assistants Sprclal premium by H ft Sam Lyons, the amateur Hawkshaws who had preF. McCLARY. Trtasurer-dealers in ready made clothing, gents ceded him. He looked Hawkins DIRECTORS furnishing goods, etc , Danville, Ky. straight in the eye and said, in a ealm William Moteland, F Slandldge, 40 Best double team, speed, style and duravoice: "I've got your man." I M llruce, 11. 11 llronaugh, bility considered, regardless of ses, Hawkins' spinal marrow was a trifle W. L. McCatty, color or ownership II V. Gitens, 3 cold as he asked: "Who is he?" I jo to first, f 10 lo second. J. K Fairls, J K. Lynn. Samuel M. Owens, Special premium by Harvey Helm, "John IMank," replied the detective, R. L Hubble, attorney at aw, Stanford. with decision. Tho. C Yeager, J.W. Civens, A. E Hundley, orl saddle stallion, ma-- e or II. H. King, 47 Best New Then he outlined his case. It was ab so 00 . . . E P. Wnds, gelding ... T. L. Shelton, solutely Not a jxjint but I II. Baughtuan. Sij to fiist, Jj to secceid. J, K. Raughmaa, was supported by a credible ........ sc ex .. 4! Best fancy saddle raare witnesses, lilai.k had been srt-- in a J15 to fir.t, Jj to sreonr1 FIRST DAY. saloon near the alley jnst before the Special premium by W, ,P Walton, shooting. He had exhibited a revol$10 oc llett mare mule colt. . propriftor Inikmov Joi mnal Steam ver exactly like thut found in tho al Special prmcium by K W. Liltsid, Printcrv. ley, and had yiuct in the presence of Druggist, Danville, Ky. SWEEPS TAKE ROADSTER 00 4; Best stallion, mare or gelding, speed, several men that he was going out to s llesl horse mule colt to -- . Ht it mule any age ij 00 look for Dick Corbett. The man lmd no 00 style and durability considered Jit jo to first, it jo to second. been this subject of a very unpleasant I'nto tint, Jjj to wcotiJ.Jij M third story in the News. From tho saloon JACKS the detective had traced Ulnnk direct10 to year 4 Best jack under ly to the ally. 10 ce 5 Best jscki ear old and under 1 He had next been been at his hoard10 03 6 Hot jack a years old and uner j ing house, half an hour after the 15 Beit jack any age til DtMlCC lO.CWiiii. iiuuitif, iimruui. shooting, and had been noticeably ex- 7 other, not to ttrinitt no our Uml. without per Ji jo to first, Ji ce to second. .. .11 .... t, Ws11 . nrnsrtital In tfir full Ml ll IUVM cited. He had given the information 8 Ilcttjeunel under t yeir . 'v. w..-10 00 tit citentof the law Signed . . that Corbett had been killed, and had 9 Best jennet a years andovcr.. 10 00 LACKOWITY. l. T D NEW LAND afterwards told of a story of his where- iu Bet suckling celt either sci by Kiltie W. H.HAYS. 15 iu Hint abouts which made it impossible that G. C LYON FREOBAUMANN, he should liuve learned anything about f IS season to Kagle Bird to 1st, io R L WHITE. tcatoa to Jack to second. the shooting. The detective had MRS M A.MARTIN watched him for several days, and had J 1. BECK. HORSES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES. T C BALI. discovered that he had prepared to leave the city forever, and had told ii Beit colt either sex or gelding year and 10 THOMAS Y EAGER JAMES YEAGER. conflicting stories as to wheie he was is licit Stallion, mare loco under a ....... going. The clothes which he had t mare 1 years and under 3 IM worn mi that day corresponded exactly ii Best mare 3 years and under 4 & 15 co 14 with the baker's description. In size $11 50 to first, Ji.jo to second. and general appearance, he strongly 15 Beit mare 4 yiars and over w 00 .table, aid resembled Dimmock, the dentist, fij to first, JjtC second. Special premium by Yeager & Yeager In conclusion the detective anleading liverymen, Stanford, Ky STANFORD, nounced his beliefand I agree with him that these facts would secure a HORSES FOR SADDLE PURPOSES. We are In our new stable in the Optra Houm conviction in any court. He proposed Block and arc well supplied with 10 to arrest lllank that night when he re- 16 Best coltctthcrses ... car 17 Bent Stallion, marc or gtldicg, I turned to work. NEW RIQS AND HORSES .... 5 old and under a The effectof thisstory upon Hawkins iS Best mares) ears and under 3 ... ... 1500 Have been purchased and nothing .but can be imagined. For nearly two $iijotonrt Jj 50 to second. urnouts will leave the stable. weeks he had watched that alley get 19 Best mare 3 years and under 4 jc co more and more crowded with desperate J15 to first, 5 to second. Give Special premium by A. Inbblc, proassassins until It was Impossible to see how they could all have discharged prietor of the lulchrr House, the leading hotel of Danville their weapons without shooting one ij 00 another. His nerve was beginning to 10 Best marc 4 years old and over H. $o to first, Is to wcond weaken, and he had almost come to 11 Best pluelon pony 14H bands and un FIRE AND STORM the conclusion that confession was tho . lo der only refuge. However, he put Capt Specisl premium by Dr A. S Price, Gay off for twenty-fou- r hours by claimthe leading dentist of Stanford, Ky. ing to know that the criminal was not lancy turnout, mare or (elding, driven Representing lllank. Meanwhile he prepared his it by lady and gentleman .... so cu confession. Hut It proved to be un$15 to first and J5 to second necessary. At the time appointed Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Spe:ial v.rmluin by W II. Mcltob-rrtCapt. Gay returned to the Dally News the leading dnifg", "' StanManchester, of Manchester, KtiR.; office and settled the whole business in ford, Ky Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; these words: HORSES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES. "We're too late. Ulank is dead." Ins. Co. of North America. It was true. The man had been JJ Best stallion or gelding a years and un- 1 5n der 3 Companies. I wouls All of which are killed in a Chicago freight yard. Special premium by G. Adlcr, lead. be pleased to wait o niny friends in this line. Pol. From that time the excitement subicics promptly issued. Will insure against tornaing dealer ia fine harnets anil lad- arid lightning. Lightning claus sided. It was whispered thut Capt. dlcry, Danville, Ky. S does, wind storms additional charge etattached without Gay had found the criminal and 34 so 00 Office at First National Bank Stanford. Stallion 3 years and under 4 . lift that he was dead. Gradually the other ij to first, $5 to second If detectives abandoned thu case. Hut Special premium by A Ii. Robertson Itlank had not died just as he did, nothA llro,, dealers in'dry goods, notions, ing in the world but Hawkinn' confesetc , ladies and children's fine shoes, CRAB ORCHARD Danville, Ky. sion would have saved lllank from the ... jj co penitentiary. Indeed, it may be doubt- IS Best stallion 4 years old and over f o ts first, i to second ed whether even thut would have saved him, for, when some years later, that ROADSTER RING. confession was actually printed in age 7 J "J Aurora, nobody believed it. It was i5 Rest mare or geldlngany Jjoto first, $15 to second and $10 to taken for a joke. third. Speed, style and durability Remember that I have stated tho exconsidered. 'I his lamed Summer Reort, with its act facts in this case. With the aid of Special premium by P. W, Green, M)ers circumstantial evidence either of the propnctorol the House. Fine livery and splendid bar two men whom the prosecuting officer attached. HMli&ff WAttr. and.RMtful Surhad selected could have been convict30a co 17 Sweepstake saddle stallion ed of the shooting of Dick Corbett rounding., Jijto first, $75 to second, Ijo to third, either of those two, certainly, and any $S to fourth. one of a dozen others, probably. Consideration, speed, style, form and Which is why I remark that by cirgaits cumstantial evidence collected in the usual manner anything but the truth SECOND DAY. can be proven. Howard FiKunt.su. is most convincing witness I ever heard was a man who, to my certain knowledge, had not told the truth in eleven Fair While attending the go, I was attacked with severe pains in my arms and legs, the effects of grlppe'of last winter. I met your agentthere, Mr. Harbett, who is an old friend, and, he Instated that I um the Electropoiie at hlsjofncc, which I did with wonderful results. In ashorttim the pains lelt me and 1 concluded to rent a 'Polae. When my rental time had expired I bought it, and would not part with it for any consideration. It It certainly a wonderful treatment, and It is more wonderful at to how It does Its work, yet It does it.; I think the duty of every man to make known to the afflicted any thing thatjwill be ol any) benefit to them, and the Electropoiie certainly will. Very Respectfully, Gents: some months THOROUGHBREDS. 34 Best thorougjored suckling colt either 10 00 1 DR. W. B. PENNY -- Lincoln Co.Stock Fair year and over . 10 ou 35 Best stallion or mare 36 Best yearling either sei, with one stan dard cross. Season ia Belmont Chi if 30 m f6lo Special premium by j. P Crow, proprietor Lincoln Stock Farm, McKin-ne- y, Ky. . . ia 00 37 Beit boy rider tinder la years Suit by C. D. Portwood, the clothier and furnisher, Danville, Ky , $5 and Jj added by the association. JJ 00 38 Beat combined statlie 1 any age Jjj to first, J10 to second. 39 Best rockaway mare or gelding to be driven to rockaway IJ 00 $is 30 to first, Ji.jo lo second. Special prealum by Brown, lorman & Co., distillers of and delicts in fine Kentucky whiskies. 40 Best combined mare or gelding any age . so 00 J13 to first, Jj to second. Special premium by Lowmau's Sons, Imporltrs and jobbers, men's furnlih-in- g goods, manufacturers of the eel ebrated fountain shirts, drawers and oeralls, No no and 11a Pearl St., Cincinnati, Ohio. Represented by James T Carson. .. 41 Best'aLy rider 1000 Special premium by B. II Danks, the artistic jeweler and engraver, Minford, Ky . ........ ism 4s Best marc aad coll either ie Special premium by J. T Naih, the hone shocr of Danville, Ky. Trot ting hones a specla'ty. Dentist. OfBcs South side Main street, in office recea eacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. JOHN B. DcNAKDI, WBBBH IsW'X Carriage Painter and. Trimmer, All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and re paired in first class style Plain and ornamental Satisfaction guaranteed in both workmanSigns ship and price Shop on main Itriet. Over.Wm. Paughetty's blsckirnitb shop, Stanford, Ky JTJL1T 27 28. hard-heade- d, 1 -- AT- W. Jesse Thompson'! Barber Shop, Then are three of the best Barbers In tbe Stale 1 here are also .scellenl lUth Rroms run in connection Agent lor I 1 estngiondteam Laundry THE .. ,.TAKK . 1 iron-cln- d. half-doze- n gM lesntTlut ItwailUTtCelCitoItt-- " n THE POPULAR AND DIRECT LINE TO 1 .. , t, CHICAGO, . And pois WJGST NOHTjrf-WES- T. 1 POSTED. we 1 WORLD'S FAIR Vlsitois, remember the Mcnon ia the line, with Vettlbnlrtl 1 rains, Dining Cars, Palace Cktir Cars, Pullman Buffet Slceeri, at iorit rates. For information addreis IAS BARKKR.O P A.Chicago. V O CRUSH, D P A , Louisville HtlSt-tUlJ-, . K - - . 1 Farmers Rank&Trnst OF STANFORD, KY , Co lU-i- VEAGER YEAGER, Isnow fully organltcd and,rcady lor business will u vm m siu Paid up Capital of Snrplus, . $200,000. .'0000. SUCCESSOR tolHK LINCOLN NATIONAL. HANK OK STANFORD, the same management. iu chatter, depositora are U fully protected as aie depositors ia NstlcsveJ Hanks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the silent ol tha amount of their ststcst value ihcrrot, to addition to the therein at the amount invested in sucn shares. It snay ectaa esecutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as sn individual To those who entrusted their buisincss to us while mnaging the Lincoln National Bank el Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks sus4 trust they will continue to transact their businaea with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty ycara' as penance ia banking and as liberal accommodations as are continent with sound banking By provisions of Now closing upl with the same atselaand under M first-cla- them a Call. pr J. BAUGHMAN, -- INSURANCE AGENT blNICTORS: s, first-cla- Williams, Ml. Vernon J J. M Hail, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, htanford; S.J. Embry, Stanford; J. S. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Mlltectgevtlle; J, F. Caih, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford, Ky, S. II. Shanks, President. J. B Owsley, Cashier. VSM. Bright, Teller. J.J. I FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY Capital Stock-Surplu- s - S200.000 . 20,500 SPRINGS. Re-ceptlon- n Is Now Open for the 'of Guests. Attention of the public is invited to the fac that this is the) only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Bank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders liability lor aa amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five aworn autements of the condition of the bank arc made each yearto the United Slates government and its assets are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing addititoaa and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established at the Deposit Bank of Stanford in 1I5I, then tied as the National Bank ol Stanford in i86jnst the First National Banket again Stanlord in i88j, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of 3 years. It is better supplies! now with lacililics for transacting; business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in tta long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic-tc- d T. highest terms. It consists of sulphur, iron, silicic acid and alumina, sad it is used in a molten condition. Its applications in iron and atone work are stated to be numerous. It serves also as an electric insulator. It melts at dejprtee one hundred and twenty-fiv- e C, and cools quickly. A Cement for Iron and Stone. Lavaoid is a cement for iron and 8 stone that is now being introduced by a Vienna firm. The Austrian author- t) ities speak of the compound in the 31 HOUSES Beat F.OR SADDLE a PURI'OSI-S-. yearn aud under 3 1 11,53 to first, fr Jo to second, Best stallion 3 years and under 4 Jijta first $5 to second. Best stallion 4 ycarsold and over J 19 to first, 2 to second. itillion j Health and pleasure seekers will tinil this 00 The Directory ol this Bank is composed J, Foster, of Stanford; Korestui'Reid, Lincoln county; ol J.W. Hayden, Stanford; 1000 AN ADMIRABLE PLACE S.H. RaughmanLincoln; M. J. S. Miller, Mt. Vernon; jj to To recover their wonted health and energies and at the same time secure quiet, home like fare at T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Hockcr, Stanford; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. O. Welch, Stanford; IIORbES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES. 31 Reasonable Rates. vo Best gelding a years and under 3 $11.30 to first, $1.30 to second. 13 31 Beit gelding 3 years and under 4 J jo overcoat to first, j to aecond. Special premium ty Frank Bros. A 1 33 00 Pr ce or Board from $; to Jn peV.week. Fo further information apply to GUS HOFMANN, Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Ky. ), S. Hocker, President;! OFFICE:"' SUB,0rt' ' Joha J. McRoberU, Cashier; A. A. McKinnay, Assistant Cashier. kr,-s-. tt-"'.. t r 1 .? s , x Semi-Week- - ilo( .i Mrs. Sallie Eubanks and her son, i. n...t.i v nil. 1aviu a. vjvuijij nuu mi-in Francis, accompanied by Misses Mary Grit, have returned from Illinois, accomBinder twino for sale cheap. J, H. Murphy, Vetalia Frances and Mary Wa panied by her niece. Miss Lula Owsley has gone to Lexters and Mr. Cicero Murphy, drove over . June 30, 1893 Iiaughman. Btakford, Ky., from tho Kingsvilla neighborhood Wed- ington to visit her aunt for a few weeks. Maciunk oil and binder twino at A nesday, on matrimony bent. They stop- Dr. Bronaugh was called to Bee Mrs. A. June breezes not only warm but heat the prices of Dry Goods so ped at thu Myers House and after dinner C. Carman, who fell from a crib doorf hot that some of them arc melted half in two. Come and sec our 5c C. Walton, Uusiness Manager A. Warren's. K. Your account nt Mrs. P. T. Courts is the ceremony was performed by Itev. W. hurting her considerably. He thinks-sh- e Lawns, our 5c Calicoes, our 5c Challies, our Scotch Lawns at 10c, will he up soon. our printed Dimities at 15c, our line of Black Wash Goods cheaper Ii Kllfs, who quickly made ono flesh out ready for you. Please call nn J settle. PERSONAL POINTS. Miss Rebecca Williams, of G arrard than were ever offered and our line of White Goods, Embroideries, of the twain and Mr. and Mrs. Gooch Danvillk now wants a milk train to with thu party went homo rejoicing. has returned home, after spending a Laces, &c, are Mm. W. G. Wklcu went to Louisville Cincinnati. Sho wants everything from' Mr. Ward Moore and Miss Eddie week with Miss Sallie Smith, of this Wdneaday. Snivel, both of Crab Orchard, were mar place. Miss AnnaSpoonamore, of Bue-n- a Mr. W. II. IIkhuns is confined to Itts the capital down. i. Vista, is visiting relatives here. Miss My entire stock of goods will go at cost ried at Mr. J. T. Chadwick's Wednesday bed with thu llux, Elder J. G. Liv- Mary Adams, of Hustonville, is visiting MR8. K. J. KiniAHKSOX In qllitU ill At for the next KO days'. Coinu and get bar- evening about sunset. ingston performed thu ceremony in the Miss Maggie Swinebroad. Mr. H. 0. Faiihib'. gains. Mrs. P. T. Courts. Our Parasols have been reduced 25 per cent. Our Lace Curtains The beef club opens up here Friday, presence of a few relatives and friends M. (Jwknh Iihh been milto ill Mub. 8. is l settling time. Please that were invited nud Mr. and Mrs. and after this any one can be heard who range in price frcm 50c per pair to SO. Our light colored and light It with something like llux. 1 old "stand bys." Tlio weight woolen Mooro very sensibly repaired to his can beat our Mim JmhikCookb, of Huatonville, ia do me the favor to pay your nccount. need the money. II. C. Itupley. . mother's, whore they will reside, and farmers here arc having trouble in get the guest of her ".(stern to 10c, as did not take the foolish bridal tour. The ting their barley off for over Mrs. K. J. 1'kkkinh, of Somerset, in Miss Liccik Bkazlkv is oU'ering milfor it is not up to a standard, which is al with Mr. nml Mrs. II. 0. Karris. linery very low now. She has also a Hue happy pair have been sweetheart Mm. Job S. Hick has none to visit line of ladles' underwear and hosiery, several years and there is no apparent ways the case when it is low. At prices that will astonish you. Men's Shoes in Oxfords, high-cuts- , reason why the union should not prove fi lends in LouiHville and Cave City. which she sells :it bottom figures. BARBOURVILLE. Ladies' Tan Shoes in Oxfords and high-cuts- , all to be cleva most happy one. Mr. Moore is a Mim Lottie Du.i.ion, of Crab Orchard, Collector's ofllce in this district er young man and at present is city Tub Circuit court convenes here the 4th is the guest of MIhh Mary Dudderar. Mibs Doi.uk McKoiikrth left Wednes will ho transferred from Mr. Hurnnm to judge of Crab Orchard, while the bride is Monday in July. Mr. Itodes to day and the local demo- said to bo an excellent lady aud uuubu Monday was county court day; only day for a visit to friends in Richmond begin to enjoy some of the ally pretty. 13. Iiiiow.N and wife, of London, crats will a very small crowd in town. Mit, A. usufruct of the famous victory. Fishing in the Cumberland around For Fall. A big line of Harvest Shirts, Puffed and Embroidered pawed through to Lancaster yesterday. DEATH'S DOINGS. town seems to Ue very good. MimJulia 1'kvtos has returned from Bosom Shirts and The committee has secured some 50 A little child of Will Robbins died Mrs. Judge Tinsley is visiting in a protracted visit to relatives at Huston-ville- . members to the Commercial Club and Wednesday of a brain trouble, Hged 8 Pinevillo this week. Mr. Will Albright the meeting at the last night months. ZXT AXTD W. J. Ward, of Somer- to organize came home Saturday from a visit to Mt. Hkv. and Mrs. promised to be largely atHessie, the bright and lovable daugh- Vernon and Brodhead; guestB of Dr. and Mrs. S. G. tended. Every body his younger set, were the ought to help in ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Stagg, died Come to us for cheap and stylish goods. brother came home with him. MiBS Anllocker. this matter. yesterday after a long illness of typhoid nie Dishman is back from a viBit to StanMr. Whit Monthomkky, of Ijuirel, is fever, aged 8 years. It is now reported on a w retchford. Iiero to see Dr. l'eyton. He is in Frank L. Shipman died Monday afauthority that thu dispatcher's otlice is A private letter from Washington ed health. at his homo near Shelby City, states that Hon. John H. Wilson will bu Lrai.m H. Wilson linihcentr.inslorred to be removed from Rowland to Leban- ternoon on Junction and that one chief dispatch- after a long illness of rheumatism, com- able to leave for Kentucky one day this B. B. KING. GEORGE; B. PREWITT. to the dispatcher's ollico at Lebnnon er will see after the first division of tho bined with a stomach trouble. Mr. Ship-ma- week. It will be remembered by tho I. Junction. was n warm hearted, genial gentle- J. readers that Mr. Wilson has been sick Mtsa Hallik Ki.ns, of Kminenic, ar- Main line and the Knoxville Divielnn, a saving of one man. It is also stated that man and many of his friends will read for nearly three months aud at times rived yesterday to visit her brother, Hev. the work of tearing up thu numerous these lines with tho deepest regret. Pos- has been reported to be very dangerousW. K. Kills. MORELAND, KY., sessed of a splendid personal appearance, ly ill. We have opened up a nice line ol Mrss AmiiK Hi'RNsuiK, of Lancaster, tracks at Rowland will begin in a short bright and happy disposition ond a Mr. Joseph Owens, of this place, was the guest of Miss IVarl Humiide times leaving the place worse than a a goodly amount of common sense, Mr. will soon break dirt for the foundation Hag station. Wednesjny. . Shipman had much to live for and no of one of the finest and most expensive W. C. HiTUUM.H, the Lancaster street Musts Ci.au and Opiiki.ia L.mkky man dreaded death more thon he. Twenty-f- residence in this section of Kentucky. ore visiting Miss Hehsle Hichards at merchant, was closed up Tuesday by years ago ho married Miss Sallie Your correspondent, in a private conive Junction City. Sheriff J. N. Menefee. It was done at We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get of tho West End, who proved n versation with Mr. Owens, was told that John S milky, who has been visiting the instance of thu lioylu Xationr I and Carter, loving and true and who the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, helpmeet tho building, which will be a frame his mother, returned to his home in St. Farmers National Punks of Danville, is bowed down with that intense structure, will cost near JS.OOO when which enables us to make very low prices. Salt $1.70. Louis yesterday. which corporations he owes a little over Miss Lizzie Myers has opened up Dress Making over our store and grief that only tbosu who have gone complete. It will be situated in the rear Mr. W. J. Nnwrovn and Muter, Mies I 100, the greater part being a security through such Haines can appreciate. part of town in one of the most desira- invites her friends to give her a call. Mattie, of Ml Vernon, visited debt of his brother, Hutchinga. Mr, May God help her in her time of trou- ble spots within tho "Queen City of Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you the hero this week. Hutchings thinks hu will bu able to tix ble, is the prayer of her many friends in Mountains" and will bo "way out of money. C. J. Thompson hIII hereafter bo up the matter in a few ilayn and agaiu Mr. this community, who cherish the friend- sight" of anything in thtso parts. SoTWe are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. connected with the C. S. H. It. in the be ready to wait on his customers. ship of so excellent a woman. Mr. Ship-maof an engineer. was about .r0 years old and a greatEIXXTG & Tiikrk are none in this community NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A. J. Watson, of Pulaski, a good friend gentleman in who will miss tiie clever railroad men er portion of his lite was tpent in this of thu I. J., snd a clever at Rowland more than thu Intkkiou county. He was a relative of the general, was in town Tuesday. B. at Hustonville, and spent a good JoriiNAi- - When the shops were there Miss Fiblds Jamion, of Pari, is all we had to do when a break in our deal of his time th'ere The deceased was la a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of to join the lovely Miss machinery occurred was to send a buggy not a professor of religion, but was an tW Democracy ha'lie. Moore nt Mr. G. 0. Given'. ardent admirer of Rev. Geo. 0. Barnes. Mr. T. II. Sainhbm, of Iuisville, after a master mechanic who would resThe remains were followed to the cemeMcCORMACK who is in bad health, is with his step pond nt once our cull, aud almost before J tery at Hustonvillo Tuesday afternoon l Mrs. Joe Colfey, for a few days. we could realle it the broken part was (or Asseuor, uil'ject to the will of a Candidate mother, mended and we wore printing again. by u long procession of friends, who wit- inc Mcmocrary, J. II. ItAlMtiiMiN left Wednesday on a nessed the last sad rites of burial, after a business trip to Norton, V:i., Harbour-vill- o Hut not so now. Shortly after we began blow-ishort talk by Elder W. L. Williams. G. W. DEBORD and other points in the mountains. running oil' the last edition a hole the holler causing aleak which put out made many a Candidate for Jailer, tubject 'o the action of li Mrs. W. T. liCAHi. who CHURCH AFFAIRS. the Democracy, several monthH' stay the (ire in less than a minute and stopfriends during ped the engine short never to go again The Methodist church at Somerset here, left yesterday for her home in till llxed. Thou we had to resort to ne has had 70 additions to its membership Louisville. gro power hut nix .ttoiit men could not recently, as a result of tho meeting con- It a Candidate for Ajscucr, itihject to the action Mrs. It. W. MCi..Miv and Miss lis si e W. run the press a fourjh as fast ss steam. ducted there by Rev. E. II. Pearce, of of the democracy. Kidd, of Uuisville, hihI Mis. John Mo, who There is no boiler maker in town so we this city. Danville Advocate. ltousv, of Independence, r.sioN Mkktinh. The services will guests ctl Mrs. Ii T. Pence, appealed to the former master of ma have been chinery at Rowland, the accommodating bu held in the Christian church Sunday a Candidate for Alienor, subject to the action loft for their homes Tuesday. Mr. C. J Thompson, who telegraphed to night. The subject chosen is "Young of the Democratic party. MlSSkS MAdMI ami P.mma Owsi.B with their brother, J. S. Owsley, the shops at Corhin for tools and got Men," who nro urged to bo present, and E. D. Mr Hrack Graves, an experienced man, as young ladies are interested in young a Jr., from Nashville yesterday. Miss to our assistance. He arrived, men, they are cordially urged to lend In candidate for re election to the olhce of is still in a very nervous condition, to come of Lincoln County, subject to iction of the patched up the boiler ami got us straight their presence nnd assistance to the democratic party. but ifl gradually recovering her health just in time to print this paper. So here preacher in tho advice he gives, though AT1CITYND VICINITY. we are ready Hgain to bid you "good it is desired that the young ladies will let morning" and to ask not "have you used the preacher do the talking during the If a rand date for jailer, subject to the action of Skk McKinney Hros'. ad. They want aombody's soap," but "have you read the the democracy. hour of service. to save you boiiio money. Interior Joirnai."" ly Interior Journal Tnv the 30 dnyg system. liroa. McKinney fin. ... 5 THE MELTING TIME UNSURPASSED ' Kcmi-nnnun- ln-re- 3-- CLOTHING TIBS BVBRY COLOR Sold So As To Clean Up court-hous- e FRICI. semi-offici- HUGHES & TATE. n KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, u. - Dry tc-d- av rela-live- s 'l n FRJSWXTT. Weath-erford- s, JOHN MERSIIOX Elegant New Stock of EMMETT hr M.F. ELKIN, JNO. BRIGHT I Km-m- KENNEDY, .1 Rugs, Carpets. Mattings W.L.DAWSON, Bbst double dcoderized gasoline at cents per gallon at W. II. Wearen Co.'b. 15 A: CRAB ORCHARD. " Fivk different sizes Ieonard ice chests. Will Bave you i.'00 per cent, of your ice bill. W. II. Wearen A Co. m m Richmond Is to be built of Kentucky stone. The Rock Castle stone wilt most likely be selected. Tin new I'nited States building nt No IUdi'ition. Messrs. A. R. Penny and E. 1). Kennedy went to Frankfort, according to appointment, and urged upon the euali.jtiou board to take oil the o per cent, mi town property and '2 on real eate, added to the assessment of Lincoln county, but it was no go. One of the reasons urged against the increase was the removal of the railroad shops from Rowland and the consequent depreciation of the value of property there JOHN BAILEY, W. W. HAYS, My entire stock of Walter A. Wood machine repairs can bo found at McKinney Bros. Will bo sold cheap and foi the cash. .7. B. Foster. . Tiik swish of tho twino binder is heard estate transfers since Septem the in tho land and tho farmers are harvest- ber and had found that thu actual ining in good shape a lino crop of wheat crease of assessment should have been 7 instead of fi per cent. For instance, under the most favorable weather. town property that had sold for Jo.OOO is at Tiik semi annual settling tinio cash waH listed at $:5,&00; another that hand and I would esteem it a favor if brought i'S,'2Q0 was assessed at $ 2,'JOO and all who are indebted to me will pay nt a f l.tiOO place was down at ;(100. The onco. I need tho money. Miss Mary committee couldn't do anything with Daviess Dudderar. such arguments as these and came away along tho line of the pretty well satisfied that the board was Tiik depot agents In this instance, as in others, L. fc N. R. R- haye telegraphed to Crab right. and engaged every horHc aud those who gave in their proporty at n Orchard uggy in tho place to take them to Green fair valuation sutler more than those who do not, because the board cannot i3rinr on tl-- Ith of July. make individual raises. Wo may pubGiikkn Uriah Sprimis has secured the lish a list of those whose cupidity has services of Willis Harris who was chief caused the rest of us to stand more than cook at Crab Orchard Springs for years our share of the public burdens. jeforothat resort was turned into a MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. vhisky cure. Wo bavo tho best of ovRespectfully, D. G. Slaugh- ry thing. The long talked of marriage of Mibs er. Georgia Barnes, daughter of the good Tiik railroad employes are having a evangelist, to Mr. Edward Duncan, son lughtimoat Lebanon Junction now. of tho editor of the Lexington Press, is ho company moved tho division before announced to occur in September. Notwithstanding her father's will, ; was ready and tho men have to sleep iloore or any where thoy can get. which cuts her of!' without a shilling if ,n tho sho married Leigh Miss Blanche Engineer Meals Bays ha would build insure him Culbertsen, of New Albany, became his il the company would house two wife Tuesday. By doing so Bhe loses a that it would be a division point of such assur- million dollars and gains a worthless weeks. In the absence for husband, that is, if tho will is enforced, ance he will call on the governor which probably will not be. tenta. . Mrs. Jael Cooper, of Louisville, is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Redd, Miss Lulu Patter, is with Mrs. C. Redd, Jr. Miss Rebecca Stuart has accepted a position as clerk in the store of A. II. Hastin at Gum Sulphur. Wo regret to give her up. Miss Hettio Higgins is unite sick from a bilious attack. Last Sunday there was an election of church otlicersat theChristian church. nnd in Stanford, but the board stid that .1. II. Stephens, who has so energetically when the asschsment was made Row-lau- d and faithfully served the church for was in full blast and thu change years, was elected elder, resigning the could cut no figure now The board had position of deacon, which he honorably secured from the county clerk a list of held. A. H. Bast in and V. A. Carson were elected deacons and will each till nil real y the old JrtTersonian democracy. Is a candidate for j'alKr, luhject to the action of Severance & Son the U a candidate lor Jailer, subject to deiuociacY tle action cf PETER HAMPTON, the demociacy It a candidate for jailer, su ject to the action nf SAM Ifl. OWENS, Ii a candidate ject to the action l of Lincoln county, the democratic primary. sub- T. D. NEW LAND, Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, .lib. ject to the action of the democratic primary thu position creditably. Curtis Egbert was otlered two positions, ono as socio-tarM. WE HAVE FOR SALE- which he of tho Sunday-schooIs a candidate for member nf the Legislature from secthen ho was elected church Lincoln county; subjtct to uomluatiuii by the democracy. retary, which he accepted. The meeting closed Sunday night, The simplest binder made. HELM when three more came forward, two to make the confession, ono to be restored, Is a t andidate to represent Lincoln county in the next l.eislatuie, subject to the action ot the demaking IS gathered into the fold in two mocracy. weeks. It whs with great reluctance wo Or two horse binder. Deering Mower and Deering IJinder Twine. bade adieu to tho ministers, who enCall on us for a beautifully illustrated catalogue, "Triumphs of the deared themselves to nil our people. We and the big of Lincoln county and 19th Century," describing Chicago, the World's Fair, Is a Candidate earnestly hope the seed bowii will proe uks hu friends fr Jailer not tu commit themsehe to any Deering works; also a lot of neat memorandum books. It will be a glorious harvest. Miss Bessie Magee, one else, as he is forced tn stay at homeol and. work. interest of every farmer who needs machines to see us before buy His candidacy is subject to the action the Demour organist, deserves special mention ocratic party. ing elsewhere. We will always be found at the office of the Stanford for her punctuality and readiness to asRoller Mills. sist. Three times a day for a week Bhe DK. W. B. EC. presided at tho organ and her music ' meet-ing- . W. II. HAYS, Assistant. added much to the success of the interOnly once, when sickness Office South side Main street, in office recea K. fered, wob she absent from her post du- tacatcd by Dr. L. HurTuian, Stanfoid, Ky. ring the two weeks. We unite in thanking her. For ono so young sho held out remarkably well. l, F. NORTH, The Deering Improved Steel Binders, HARVEY ThePonyDeering Binder. J. BAt7GXKOLr, AGEWTT. ' T. J. HATCHER to-th- e PENNY Dentist. - TO THE LADIES. I HUBBLE. Gentrv Bros, bouuht some stock hogs of B. W. Givons at 0c. Thumb papers are now ready to dis. tribute for July 1st Please call and Rev. A. O. Taylor will preach at Rimh Branch Sunday and at the school- house Sunday night. will sell Millinery AT UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES For the rest of the season Call and sae money. A splendid line ol Ladies' Underwear and Hosiery kept couttantly on hand. MISSLICCIE HEAZLEV; Stanford, Ky Ii Ktceivinff Hit SPRING : AND : SUMMER : GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Feriect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. S. .1 -- ;., J."? "TT Semi-Week- ly w "SwTT s. yT-? "?T" WtaiJ MA rv'PJ -- " uTT f" fj s -- SSSC ' ' D Interior Journa: and Friday AT Published Evory Tuosdoy ?S PER VKAH 92.60 will be charged. OVWhen not lopaid K.C. at LOCAL TIME CARD. 7.00 Train naves Rowund at j:to p. ro. a. rn., returning Jutfjllof improvements Dr. Pierce'a Pleasant Pellets. T begin with, they're the smallest and the easiest to take. They're tiny, We are sorry that Mr. Roilca has togranules, scarcely larger tnan them appoint- mustard seeds. Every t.hlld is ready fordisturbing tally ignored our county in his Then, alter they're taken. Instead of and shocking the svstem, they act in a mild, easy ments. and natural way. There's no chance for any reMr. F. L. Thompson, of Mt. ernon, action afterward. Their help lasts. Constipa tion, Udigestion, Dilious Attacks, bick or liillout paeeed through town Saturday with a Headaches and all derangements of the liver, bunch of young calves. Ashley Owens, stomach and bowels ate promptlv relict ed and permanently cured. of Livingston, came down Saturday to They're put up In glass lalt, which keep them nlwars fresh and reliable, unlike the ordinary see Bro. Pike. pills In woolen or pasteboard boxes. And they're the cheapest pills you can buy fot Oak Hill church elected two deacons Ihey're gusrantecd to give satisfaction or jour at their last meeting and have asked for money Is returned. You pay only for the good you get. the ollicial aid of the Brodhead church BKODHEAD. sugar-coateanti-bilio- DR. JOS. HAAS' Call and see our d, Hog & Poultry Remedy NEW PROCESS STOVE. Saves time aaaaaaaaavriHalBZrfMiMj4 labor and expense Used Successfully Fifteen Years. Will arrest disease, preven's disease, eipcls worms, stop cough, Increase the flesh and hasten maturity. Prices: cheapest. 97- can $1.50, Si 13 50 Ihc Iu For sale by and so cent per packago; largest packages arc A. R. PKNNY, Slsnfoi'd, Ky. Guaranteed to be w f . ,. f in their ordination on the 2d Sunday in July at 2 r. t. The Freedom Baptist -- .11 7 pm Mail train going North " " South 13 P church has been completed and it will ... it 51 pm Ex pran train " South ....v North 33 a be dedicated on the 4th Sunday iu July. L)cal Freight North..... .936 am Our town and community will be ' .....io7pm South.. represented at Green Briar Springs next Tha latter traioa also carry patiengeri. Tha abovt U calculated on standard tint. Solar Tuesday, the 4th. The Brodhead Braes at it about so minutes fatter. Band is going and every one we have QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. heard sneak of it says he is going, so we expect a very large crowd from this Trains pass Junction City as follows: HSouth bourn).- - No. t , Vestibule Limited, 11.50 place. The writer has a complimentary a. ra ; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, 2.5; a. m.; No. 3.. invitation and he hopes to be there. New Orleans Ksprest. 11 17 a. m ;So. 7., Local, J. G. Carter, of Mt. Vernan, attend ii.ia p, m.; No. ) , Illue Grass Vtttibule, 8 40 p. M. ed Mr. J. G. Frith's court hern Tuesday. ' North bound No. 3, Vestibule Limited, 15.48 p. m.; No. 4., Kast Mail. 2.3J p. m ; No. 6 , Chlga-t- Clell Smith and Joseph S. Wiggins were Limned, .a; a m , No. 8., Local, 1.35 a. iu.; No. 10, rllue Grass Special, 6 am. arrested last week, charged with sbootipg and wounding Mrs. Lucy Giles some time ago. Their examining trial was set for Tuesday Inst and they were tried 'Squire Frith who held them in bond of 5500 till circuit court. Being unable to give the bond they were sent to jail. The circumstances, actions and statements of the parties in the case go to show that they must have been "know ing to the tiagedy." h Our Masonic suppet at the Store building was quite a success, taking into consideration the short Jihsolatety notice, &c. Bro. Pike introduced the exercises by delivering a Masonic Ad- Knl-int-r A nm nf fnrt-nnw. uress 10 a very large crowu WHICH uau a helping and take der. Hicest of all in leavening Kiered tonn part nnitcnlend nara itdb " n.nfi iu a...... v hm wauu 9f wo irri .uvu strength. fLatest United States taken in about $23, $10 of which was pre- Government Food Report. sented to two Masonic widowns of our ROYAI.BAKING POWDER CO., town aa a token of the high appreciation 106 Wall St., Now York. we have for them. Nearly all who came attended the ice cream supper and seemA. S. ed to enjoy themselves very much. For SURGEON DENTIST. their help in the good cause we are yery LOCAL TIME CARD. --o he-fo- re LAN. Dr M. J. Daws is a prominent phjsiclan cf Lewis, I'ass county, Iowa, and has been actively engaged in the practice of medicine at that place We will MornIOE for the past 35 years. On the 26th of May, while c in lss Moines en route to Chicago, he was lb. taken with an attack ol dlarrhica. Having sold 'Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea In Stanford and Rowland and by 50 lbs. 90c per Remedy for the past 17 sears, and knowing Its re lbs and 100 lbs 15c per 100 lbs, We ares cry liability, he procured a ij cent botl'e, two dotes of 50 thankful lor past patronage and rt'pectlully which completely cured him The excitement Its continuance. Will deliver from 1 lb tip and change ot water and diet incident to travel-in- r CO, MRS. JANE HARROW IS Ksery one should often oroduce a diarrhoea procure a bottle of this remedy before leaving home. For sale by W Is. Mckobcrts, Druggist, Stanford. sud-den- lr xroTxcx l-2- PERFECTLY SAFE. And to give satisfaction. 1 Deliver ing at Every per W. H. WEARE1M & CO. BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, st Bucklln's Arnica Salvo. The beat salve In the world lor cuts, bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup tlons and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to giv. perfect satislactioc Price 25 cents per boa. or monty refunded Kor sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, K.y. m THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. not only maintain us high reputation, but to add its long list ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and fine rooms for thadlsploy of samples. to WATER : COOLERS, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Call and see them before buying, for sale cheap. Kifty cents is a smsll doctor bill, but that is all It will cost you to cure any ordinary cm nl rheumatism if you ue Chamberlain's Pain Halui. try the it and you will be surprised at will prompt renci Uiuiet the ram. it affords. The first application to cent bottles for sale by W. 1). McRoberts, Druggist, Manlord. The most stubborn Skin and Scalp Diseases, the worst lorms of Scrofula, all blood taints and poisons of esery name and nature, are utterly rooted Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. imtbyDr dK-ascaused by a torpid User or imForesery pure blood, It Is the only remedy to certain and If it fails to It can be guaranteed ffrtivi that benefit or cute, you have your tnoner back hrssipelas Hnllj Eczema, Tetter, Carbuncles, Enlarged Glands, Tumors an.l Swellkindred ailment, are completely ings, and eerv ZJJk and permanently cured by it. e Salt-rheu- This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, It now In tuy charge and I intend to conduct it so as to Evvry tiling in the grocery line 1 .'AlFlrst-Clas- s Aad HILUARDand 3"-- ll Saloon POOL. ROOMS attached JOSEPH COFFKY. A. C. SINE FARRIS & HARBIN. Falls Branch Jellico Goal Co., Miners and shippers of the GKNU1NK Mam-mout- &M27f I Pure r "'"n Try it. We are th sole agents lor Stanford Jand Are you insured' If not, now is the time to Rowland Orlice corner of Deoot street and thI bottle of proide yourself and family with a Diarrhoea road crossing. Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and 6 HIGGINS A WATTS. Remedy asan Insurance against any senmis results from an attack of bowel complaint during the summer months. It is almost certain to be needP. ed and should be procured at once. No other remedv can take It. place or do Its work. as arid by W. H. McRoberts, 50 cent bottles lor sale Druggist, Manlord. Call at the room and see the o Original Jellico Coal. 1 SINE & MENEFEE, Proprietors of The Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Our facilities for giving the greatest values for the least outlay, are unsurpassed. J N. MICNKrSB THE 0. MILLINERY. post-offi- Largest and Best Selected " Stock MRS When When When When llafoy was sick, n gave-- her Cartorl. she is aa a Child, aho cried for Caatorli. h became Mbw, aho clung to CastoriA. ahe had Children, he gr-v- them CasvrU. Of Milliner in town, bound to please you. iu The goods and prices are P fflHbp Office over PRICE. T COURTS. W Carry a Tull XAnm of BuildTfV Buppli THE HKST PLACE TO HUY . Owsley Building. McRibarts Drug Store InJithe Stanford, new thankful. h i r - The Columman Fourth. The biggest Fourth ol July celebration in many My mother, Mrs. Kate Uudderar, hat just re tunird Irom trie cities ith an elegant llneof ml . years. Itnmenee demonstrations at valiner j, embracing rious points. Big crowds; a delightful ALL time. At the various cities along the LOGAN AVEVUE, of the Queen A Crescent Route, the line The finest fruit belt of Sew Mexico. No fall Of the season, of hich she willhste lull control. attended 4th of July this year will be celebrated urc in crops under irrigation if properly be grown She also engaged a : : to. All fruits grown in California can with unusualdemonBtrations. Ball Raines, In New Mexico, except oranges and lemons. FIHST-CLAS- S years' time, at All new stock and latest designs. Alwavsjsells goods lower than any one else in $30 per acre on Land from illuminations, picnics, river excursions, 6 per cent. $y to on cr aaaress. 10 , town. Kew stock of Fruits every Friday. Call DRESS 1IASEH. R. C. MORGAN. D I). S. balparades, military drills, fire works, Stanford. Ky. Call and examine my stock of Millinery before will loon ascensions and buying and leas e jour order for your dresn-.STANFORD ceremonies. To assist Thanking you for patt favors e soln.it same. j be included in the in makiQK the occasion a success, the will open on January tith, 1893 a MARV PWIS Iil'tJiiKHAK. SALE STABLE, FEED AM Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity of Queen fc Crescent Route will sell tickets LIVSR7, ersey milk to the people of btantord and Ilo'-anto any point on the system at 1 J fare for at the following prices, dflnurcd: Mjnelec's w brick oil UepM sticit. b The most Celebrated Eye, liar, , so cents the round-trip- . Fresh Milk, per gallon These tickets will be At John Nose, Throat and Chronic DisSkimmed Milk, p?r gallon 10 cents sold, good to use July 2d, o! and 4th, V. RAMSEV, 8 cents Butler Milk, per gallon ease Specialist in the State. and in Wlmwill at all limes he irlad to accommodate all and will be pood to return until Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in I will make two trips daily. The patronage of the cludinjf July 7th, For further informa- vith good rigs at reasonable rates. My'llus 111' G. A. l'KVrON, public i solicited. Stanford, Ky tion as to rates, etc., call on agents or yr. 3" meet all K. C. trains D. G. Edwards. G. P. A , Cincin Notice to the Traveling Public. nati, 0. SPLENDID FARM . ... .1 have had SALE PRIVATELY.1 Among the Mountains. The best Cincinroute to the Eastern cities is via Spring Vaons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory VaCons lll sell privately my arm of joo acres, si at ssssssssssssssRTsssssssAtsssMt At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and nati and the F. F. V. over the ChesaImperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows tiilrnf ine HuilonwIlcH v U.in have in connection with Hotel one of the best sa& Ohio Railway. The scenery ..innii.. uVimiles Irom Mustouv lie and within ill piVe. t'4 Com Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers. Wheat loons in the State, open day and night; a night peake man meets all trains. Iu connection with Houw throuch New River canons and over the a hall mile of the railioad station of Mo eland Drills, Ihresh.ng Machines, hnBincs, Saw Mills, Ihiggy and Wagon a splendid state of cultisanon, ihnfttmisin have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Matt KKssssssssssssssssssssrr9 L1V and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs Alleghany and Blue Ridge Mountains is well improved with a dwell n ol fa or 7 rocms, Harness, Saddle?,, good bi Riled Hay, &c. neceary outbuildings, including O W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Moyd wonderfully beautiful and varied. The About half ol the farm is sown In gra" and the sssssssflslsssssssssVbslMsssssssssssssssssslBll Erin, Tenn , A. A.Warren, Stanford, Dr, D. K. Proctor, C II. Hraum. Mr. and Mrs T. W, F. F. V. ruus solid to New York via mtireplace Is well watertd and cm be il vide! tor parinto 2 Hamilton. Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Johnson, i rarcels to suit the purchaserL.AMJ, J I . It is electric lighted and ticularsitwrite to or call 00, Newfllaven, Jim Cox, Grccnsburg. Rates $1 pet Washington. Mcrelalld, Ky ,. Cut-Pri- ce tlay. J. M. I'etrcy, clerk. Give me a call No other carries a through dining-car- . I. W. CARRIER, Prop. 'LJsVssssssssssssssssssSssssUirUdl . 98ory . train in America surpasses it and it is the only train to the Hist with through On goods in wary department will bebmi this week at dining service. Among the Virginia sssssOX McKINNtY, KV F-- B. RILEY, Proprietor, mountains along the Chesapeake it Ohio LofiCsOh, - - 2. Kentucky. are more than 20 famous summer wSHsssjflsflHsW A pamphlet issued entitled "Virmentioned Hotel at I base bought abcT'nrjffXA'i I have moved to my new Hotel'.aud am better A nice line of ests will be placed on sale and have attached a 1 ..' JvOT prepared than ever to accommodate the public ginia in Black and White," describes at ioc worth iq Good Livery attached andeery conseniccce and 20c; nicer quality at a little advance. All brands of Calicoes these resorts, and the scenery of the First-Cla- ss Bar aad Pool Room. no Glveme.call.fcFRANK J. route, and will be mailed free by adAPPLEMAN M. D., atsc; Masonviile and Lonsdale Cottons SijC; best io--.i. Hlcachcd Have repaired and .refurnished the Hotel and Sheeting 22c. Wc have also received a new- - lot of Millinery and can dressing E. B. Rope, Western Pasneuger ata Detter than cstr THE CKLtllKATKU open your eyes on prices. Don't fail to get a pair of those sample Agent, St. Ixmib, Mo., or U. B. Ryan, Asustant General Tassenger Agent, Oin PrcTjared to Accommodate the Shoes at cost before it is too late. We will continue to give our cusROWLAND, KY. Public. cinnati, 0. tomers a hand.some X?w Millinery. C. D. FOWEUL, CUTBRAIa STOKE, Kentucky, Th.e FooaVslly. THE NOVELTIES Wall A. Stanford, Paper ! speech-makin- g s 1 First-Cla- ss R, PENNY. d 11 J. Pro'r., Mo Ko WrEAISIEJN, 91-- 1 ad-dre- Th.e Stteltoii House, FOR 1 mZ- mSBK. Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, . VH1 : 11. sssssssssssssssssssssssHssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss A HE .RILEY HOUSE Commercial - Hotel, Great : : Sale HA - Bk ts. de-- H The Cash Bargain Store to-day S. English Specialist, Formerly Prolessorof 1'raciire of Medicine, TOKONTO, CANADA, Now Kaaimning Phssiuan of the Green Briar Springs. contests Cake walks anil were all well enough in their day for that claaa of people who liked audi things, tfTOCIC Ol'' GOODS, 1'IiKVKH, but they have become obsolete, and the Etc. He has recently added greatly to hU stock class of the present day demand and having- no rent tu pay and no loss by bad debts better have returned Irom the cities with a nice linn he can sell you goods cheaper than aoy body, tall a more refining ami elevating uioue ox which I will sell for a small proht. S7''H and get his prices btfrre buylug picnic at Green ol Millineryover, as fresh as this season' goods, entertainment. The Goeds left I will sell at Hriar on the 1th will bo an elegant and from last seuson, chiiBie allair, where one can spend a day COST FOR THE CASH ONLY, in innocent and refining enjoyment. of Having pur based the The reason I do this is to reduce my stock at I). G. Si.AnuiTfit. goods so will be aole to sell out my business Has moved into his new itore lit the junction of the Stanford; I rah Orchard and ' ut.cff" pUes at Rowland and Is now better than ever prepared to please the trade In both pie-eatin- g DEALER IN CROGERIES, HARDWARE, 1 Commercial Men P W. GUKKN. Proprietor. )OE CARSON, Manager attention Electrical Medical College, Southern Medical Institute, I.OUISVILLK.KV. Ask for a card. Crayon Portrait with every Sio's worth of goods B. F. II II MILLINERY. JONES & SON. r. 1. CAMHIKLI aI'siin; 1 COME to SEE ME. : tbcstockai Will be at Myers House, Tuesday, July 18, one day only. NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, Stanford CAMPBELL & AUSTEN, Grocery Business Kentucky Fairs. The following are the ihte. of .he Kentucky fairs this year Mt Sterling, July t -- 3 days Sutlbyvllle, July days. Eunnincc, July Sharpsburg, July J$ 4 days. days. Stanlord, July Danville. August -5 days. August 8 j days Oweiitou, August 11- -5 das. Maytville, August 125 days, Islington, August 295 days. KranUIn, August 304 days. Willlamibuig, August 304 das. Howliui (.reeti, September 5 $ days. Paris, September j 5 days. KIUabvthtowii,Siptember u 4 days. Winchester, September 11- -5 days. Cynthlani, September 194 da)s Glasgow, September a; 4 das. Hartford, September 17 4 days en allies, October -3 days 1S-- 5J Of J W Ramsev, I am increasing fast as possible and will won have it Complete in Every Particular. Call at my store on Lancaster Mrtet and make it to sour interest to trade with me I will Returning esery lour weeks during theyear. 1 a graduatrcf Kellevue HospitDr. Apl-nuni- s the first opportunity. al Medical Colli-ge- , New York City, and the Eleccordially ins lit the ladies to call and examine trical Medical College, Toronto, I Canada. He has my good,. 1 also HcU a .har.rt ,, made a special study ot the diseases he treated in ' Manlord, Ky, the great Kellevue and Charity Hospital for several years and recogniaes noaupcrior m diagnosiuu and (realms; Chrome Diseases He devotes all his time to the trealineut of enronu and nersous TO diseases of both scuts and his skill as an expert in this class ol cases i wellcst.iblihed Trials sue cesttully, and Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st.; wareroom, paint and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. Pro'r. House Painting and Paper Hanging A"specialty. SSign Work, artistic and plain.- We guarantee work to give satisfactioti. A share of patronage solicited. iji The People ot Stanford AND LINCOLN COUNTY. Permanently Cures Kright's Disease, Ditbeles, Dyspepsia, Conntl- Khcumatism ami I'aralysis, Kpileptyor 'ita positively cured. YbunK or middle aged men sulTerinit from Sper- matorrnea, Impolcncy, Kriiptions, the results o errors or excesses, ahunld call before It it loo late We gurantce a cure if case has not gone too far Superfluous hair and all eruptions of the (jr. permanently removed. Acute und Chronic Catarrh. Ringing in F.ars Dcalness, Diseases of Kar, Nose, Throat Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and llladder troubles. CAMl'HKLL .FOR & AUSTIN, Stanford. Ky. - W.C. HUTCHINCS. Jonn b. Cattleman. A. G, Lanhara lastaeaon, (respectfully request it. continuance during the coming season. Indeed I expect all to use the 1 hanUng you lor your liberal patronage for Ice ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAjN MANAGERS,: MANUFACTURED 1 ICE, Fancy Grocenci.Broad. Cakes, Pie: Candies, Lunches.Fruits, &c, 3- Commerce Building, Loukrille Agents throughout the South. IT. JL TSXBBXiS, LooaI JLftat, .STANFORD, KY. Womb, bearing down pains in back, rejicsed in short time. The Doctor carries all Ills jiortable Instruments Punctu-al- l and comes J- - It. Wilson, 371 Clay street, Sharpsburz, Pa, prepared to examine the most obscure says he will not be Hithout Dr. King's New !Ut medical and surgical cases Doors covery for Consumplion, Coughs and Colds, tha He undertakes no incurable diseases but cure, ilLured his wife who a Ihreatened with pneus hundreds giveu up iodic. Every morning at the following Prices: raonla atteran attack, of La Grippe when vuriou other remedies andseeral physicians had dune 40c per hundred. her n good. Hubert Itarber, of t'ooksport, Pa, For 100 pounds or over claims that Dr. King's New Discovery has done For 50 pounds to too 45c per hundred. good than an) thinir he eter used for And Confidential. Address him more 5c I'" hundred. Lung Trouble Nothing hie it Try It. Free For to to jo pounds.J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D , No less than 10 pounds dellv,!r'1,nm:MEri, trul bottle at A. R. lVun' drug l ore. Large Louisville, Ky, bottles jocand $1 For theae reasons: First. It is male by a home Institution. Second, the- Ice is absolutely and hemlcally pure, being made rem spring water, rhich is first distilled and then carefully filtered wi I last before being frozen. Third, Artificial Ice p demic much longer than pond Ice. fourth, an As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stnture, Gleet, etc., year and nothof cholera is looked lor during the this disease as cured by never failing remedies ing is so apwo produce or spread Diseases of women, such as Leucorrhca, milntul impure water or Ice. Fifth.it will befl Menstruation, Displacement of Blood ami Skin Diseases. ItShould Be In Every Houao CALLONR.ZI1YIMER THE BAKER. Delivered Regularly and t your CONSULTATION FREE A Good Meal I for 25Cts Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. Ad- dress. R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. i msmssma