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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893070701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - , - -- ff ' Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXI. CRAB ORCHARD. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JULY 7. 1893. LANCASTER, 6ARRAR0 COUNTY. DANVILLE. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. SHELBYVILLE. KY.-- Au Sixty-nint- NO. 37 Kngllih and Class-ic- at Mrs. J. J. Bethel, of Louisville, is The extraordinary Bcarclty of money Wo are Borry to have chronicle the death of M!m Martha Holdman, which is having the effect to make people eco- visiting her mother, Mrs. Theresa took place about 1) o'clock last Saturday night, July I. Her remains were hurieil in Sunday in the family burylng-grouuShe had been a sutlerur for Pulaski. more than a year with consumption, hut bore it all with christian fortitude, looking to the reward offered the faithful. She was a lovely christian, with scores of friends, who Krieve that she should be taken o early. This is the fourth dtugh-tethe stricken parent have had to give up and the sympathy of the entire community is with them, but there is only One Who can heal the wounds He makes and to Him we would point them in this hour of grief Mr. 'Whit Montgomery is lying very low at the Vanderpool House of sciatic rheumatism and his physicians say there is no hope for his recovery. His family is near Hock Castle Springs. Mrs. Matt Kincaid.of Washington, is with her sis ter, Mrs. H. L. Abraham. Mr. J. K. Bai ley, with a party of nine, whoso names we failed to learn, left last night on a prospecting tour of Now Mexico, with a view of locating.if they like the coun. baby are Mm. I.nr Sne lirel and with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Doorea Mra. II. B. Karris and children are at Mr Sam Hardin's. Mr. J. W. Guest is in town. Messrs. Wilson, Kuseell, Louis and Harry Dllllop, of Dilllon, were here enjoying the 4th. W. K. Buchanan fljwnt the tth with his home folks. The 4th was a day long to be remembered by the fundoving part of the county. Very early in the morning a proevsaion of over '.00 people from Brod head and Gum Sulphur, with the Brod head brass band in the lead, marched through town, and the band boys recog nixing the fact that they were passing through a town thoroughly capable of judging and appreciating good music, played some excellent pieces. They marched straight over to Green Briar and certainly enjoyed the good thing in store for them. There was hardly stand being present. A ing room, over dancing and other ensplendid diuner. joyments suitable for such an occasion r were abundant and each seemed to a good into a determination to have day. I never saw bettor order in such a large assemblage. Only two men were hurt, each shooting hiunelf, and as they have a noted reputation for creating disturbance, it was looked on a rather a providential interference. Mr. Slaugh ter'a boarders sieak in highest praise of i.io in.namimi tnni 't'onsideralinn of Jill) lilU(UMI their comfort. A very large crowd also assembled at Crab Orchard prlngx and at night there was a splendid display of (ire works, under the management of Mr. Moody, who has added much to the enjoyment of the pleasure Keekers. Mr. Hofmiuyi, we are told, spared neither pains nor money to mike it a memorable occasion. To buth Green Bnar and Crab Orchard Spring our people are indebted for much enjoyment. d r en-tew---- nomical. Worthington. Mr. Jo. I. VanArsdale, an excellent the younger set Tuesday evening at her workman, has opened a shop next to Terhune's coal,yard on 4th St. elegaut home on Danville St. Mr. Rice Cowan is back from HarvQuite a number of our people atof July picnic at Crab Or- ard Medical University, Boston. Oue tended the 4th Miss Louise Kauffinau entertained more year completes his course. chard Springs and report a big time. Mr. James I McWilliams, of LouisThe Lancaster base ball team went up to Crab Orchard on the 4th and mop- ville, will represent "Old Centre" at the ped up the earth with the Stanford kid Chautauqua oratorical contest nine. Tuesday morning and evening the George Huffman, who attempted to Gymnasium club, of Cincinnati, beat the niece, was brought Danville Stars first game 11 rape his to 2; secbefore Judge Uohinsou WeJnesday, and ond game 11 toO. waived an examining trial. He was reA boy was an arrival at tbe turned to jail. home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rue WedThe Misses Simpson entertained nesday evening. Mrs. Rue was formertheir friends Wednesday evening iu hon- ly Mi.--s Mary Welsh. or of their visitors, Misses Altie and BesThe venerable Mrs. Isabella Batter-tosie Murksbury, Lizzie Simpson, Grace has been iu a rather feeble condition Kinuaird and Georgia Miller for several days. Mrs. Batterton has A young girl of IS years was tried passed her 88th year. for lunacy before Judge Robinson a few Additional police court cases, Weddavs since and admitted by a jury. It. nesday, Tom Cowan, drunk and disorH. Tomlinsou represented the Common- derly. $i; Sam Yowell, firing explosives wealth and Gen Laudram the defendant. in forbidden districts, $0 0",. She was a bright, handsome and modest Police court vases Thursday, Tom girl and her talk to the jury indicated Slaughter, disorderly, ti.20; Lucy Dunn, that her mind was not impaired. abusive language, ( (JO; Ed Williams, It is said that there aro ft.Sl'J saloons breach of the peace, dismissed on moin Chicago, and this in a city in which tion of the prosecution. the W. C. T. lT. have erected a temple 13 The Danville preachers will hold stories high at a cost of over a million union services every Sunday the remaindollars. Would it not be better to sell der of thosummer. The first will be at the temple and use the proceeds in the the Baptist church Sunday evening; seremployment of temperance workers who mon by Rev. Dr. Martin. could attuck the monster in his den? Mrs. Richael J. Miller, an elderly The wild cat ownrd by a citfren of lady, died Tuesday at the residence of town was sold to John Robinson's men- Mr. Tutt, near the turn on the Lebanon agerie for a small sum. Trie man in pike, and was buried in the Danville charge of the animals said it was diffi- cemetery Wednesday evening. cult to get a wild cat to live through the Bob Roes, for an aggravated assault warm weather. This oue was caugiit in on his wife, Mary Ross, was fined $30 the knoba near Paint Lick and is is sup and costs in the police court Wednesposed that there are others in the same day morning. Frank Masonheimer, Jim locality, one having ben seen as large as O'Brien and Jim Leary, for a breach of a spaniel dog. the peace, J0.20, each. Mr. Will Batson is visiting in LexMr KdwardCoomer was holding a ington. Mr. Wesley Mctjuery left for Montana horse belonging to Capt. J. R. Missouri Tuesday to visit his parents. Dodds, at Kelly's blacksmith shop on Mr. Wallace Withers was in town Tues- Monday, when the animal siec.ed the day. Mrs. Mary Kautimau, of Huston-ville- , thumb of bis right hand and bit it off at is visiting relatives here this week. the first joint, afterwards spitting it out Mr Herbert Price, of Danville, is the of his mouth. Dr. Merer dressed the posed. In order to guest of Mr, Charley Price. Mr. Mr.-,- . Mollie Lovell is in Louisville. wound. Greenleaf, of Richmond, is visiting wps Misses Lou McKeeand May Adams are Harrison Dunn, a negro boy, Mrs. Ktiiiiia Kaullman. Misses Altieand arrested Wednesday at Harrodaburg by guests of Mrs. Cleo Brown. The Misses Bessie Marksbury Lizzie Simpson, Gra- Marshal K. C. Smith and brought here Bower, of Parksville, visited their brothde Kinuaird anil Georgia Miller return- on a charge of stealing three guns from er, Will Bower, last week. Edward A. Our business, we are daily selling at auction, when ed from the country Thursday. Mis Hogsett Academy several weeks ago. Reppert and Miss Mary Stoner Rsppert Nannie Gaines is visiting in Cynthiana. Two of them have been traced to. parties of Ohio, visited relatives here last week. Miss Mumie Currey is visiting her Hutit to whom Harrison sold them. Examin- Miss Mary Morrison, of Pine Hill, wasi iu Crab Orchard. ing trial Thursday at '2 i m. the guest of Miss Sallie Adams recently. The birds are here in force. Even Mrs. J. B. Coleman, of this place, Mrs. G. I). Cook, of Livingston, accom woodpecker that "tap was thrown from a the near Burgiu, panied by her daughter, Miss Lida, pass-- i ped on the hollow beech tree" and the Tuesday, aud had her head and face bad ed through town the 4th. Messrs. V. ' blue jay of "ye olden time" are back ly cut and her body badly bruised. She H. Carrier, of London, ai.d C. Higgins, ...This is the. atain, accompanied by blackbirds, cat was in company with her cousin, Mr. M. of Garrard county, attended tho fete, birds sparrows, red birds, wrens, blue- R. Come, of Lexington, and two chil- Mr. Alex Morrison spent the 4th with birds and various others too tedious to dren, none of whom were injure 1. The friend here. Miss Berda Martin visited mention. They commence their ihlrp-iu- horse they were driving was scared by Mies Nettie Cocks this week. Jas. Gen- at i a. m. aud keep it up without in two gentltmen on bicycles, who rode try and wife, of Grays, are in town. Mes-- ' Don't neglect it, but come and be supplied almost termission until s r. i. liielr services gaily on, offering no usMstance to the srs. Mit and Hugh Miller and Will Cocks in destroying insects cannot be overesti- wounded Indv. went to Louisville Mondav. M.C. Mil-- ! mated. A ventaltle "Bob White" arYoscmite. HUBBLE. rived on tin.' itli to assist in the National Miss Burt ItohanKof Mitchellsburg, calibration and gave an elegant concert Hog cholera is epidemic in this lo- tine, Texas, is here with his with is visiting relatives bete. in Central Park, departing unmolested friends. Mrs. Mante Perkins is visiting Montgomery preached at cality. KMr J. (). in the evening. relatives at Maretsburg. T. T. Wallace A new boy at Hunter House's althe Christian church Sunday to a largo The State authorities of South Caromost large enough to peddle watermel has been elected cook of the Hendeison crowd have taken charge of the liquor traf-ic- , Club; I). X. Williams, president and A. mer- lina oris. John MeUaulel, our former closed all tiie siioous, appointed a week. Mioses Allie Surlier and Laura Hub I). Lewis, secretary. chant and townsman, is here tills commissioner to purchase the liquors hie are visiting Mrs. Spencer Hubble. He is now in the saloon biiHiiiesa at CHURCH AFFAIRS. anil itisiriuute the same to tne various Miss MuggiuSwiuebroad is visiting relacounties to be sold by dispensers for the Marble playing seems to be quite a benefit of the commonwealth. The gov- tives iu Hnstonville. Communion services will be held at Mr. JoeOnstott's little girl (ell from the Presbyterian church Sunday next. game here, as some of the boys play from ernor is tiie boss aud it is rean apple tree last Sunday onto a paling After the firstof July instead of selling goods on 6 months time we morning till night, b.irely taking tune to ported that through fear of personal of a union TaberThe corner-ston- e vio fence, will present our accounts tho, 1st or 15 th of each month, as suits the one of the plats entering her side nacle, to havo a seating capacity of e.U their dinners. teniM his home is guarded nightly by an and reaching her lung. Drs. Kinuaird Bill Dorn, who has been heaving efficient police. They buyer. Our idea is to do a was laid Sunday at Hopkinsville. expect to reahe and Herring were called in and found No. 7 on the 0. kiu, has re $1."U profit coal on the Rev. Isaac S. McElroy, of Lexingon tMch gallon sold and to signed his position to accept one at Lex- make from a quarter to a half million the girl unconscious and badly, if not fa- ton, has accepted the unanimous call to will (111 tally, wounded. ington. He tells nsJJJohn tho Presbyterian church of Lexington, but for convenience we extend the above time. We propose giving of dollars per annum. They furnish it Mrs. Catherine Blackerby is confinhis place at present. Mo., and will take charge about Aug. (. our customers the best goods and guarantee to sell you Hardware, in stamped bottles holding fioui a half Elder W. A. Gibson, of Huston ville, pint to six gallons, but no customer is al- ed to her room again. James Engleman There are 4,007 voters in Barren Groceries, Ouccnswarc, Woodenware, Tinware, &c, for less money has been holding a protracted meeting lowed to make more than oue purchase is down among his many friends again county and 4,0:U) Baptists. If every oth- than you can buy them anywhere on 6 months' time. Our explanaat Grove, a little village four miles east each day. Thus far the experiment is for a few days. 1'rof. Joe Robinson has tion for making the change is that it takes too much money carry on bought a new buitiry and will go on the er religious denomination was as well of here, as the result of which six people said to ha very sitisf.tetory to the pav- road in n few days in the interest of his represented and all did their duty as our business on the 6 months' time. During the 18 m'onths we have were baptized here Sunday. We are ers that be. faithfully, not even the advent of the been selling goods our sales have been much larger than we expected The "Daniel Boone Club", of Gar- school at Mucksville. told several more additions were made millennial period could catch old Bar- and we are very grateful for the liberal patronage we have received. Gib-so- n rard county, went into camp at the Cold to the church in other ways. Bro. The Louisville Southern has been ren with her Sunday clothes off. Glas- We are also proud to say that our customers have been the very best is an earnest worker and has done Spring, on Dix river, Monday, the 5ld, people in the land and we arc sure we can make it to your interest to and remained until the afternoon of the placed in the bauds of receivers by the gow Times. lots of good in this county. A special from Columbus, I ml., says: continue with us We will continue to take Country Produce in exU. S. circuit court on application of the The Middleburg Cornet Band gave Itli. The camping ground is in Lincoln Central Trust Co. of New York. Henry l General 'A. T. Sweeney, in change for goods at the highest market price. Thanking you for past county, but close to the Garrard line, not a picnic at Phil Saturday, it was well Fink and Thomas Spence are the gentle- his sermon Sunday night made a favors, we arc Very Respectfully, attended, considering the early morning far from Hubble. The veterans who men tunned. assault on Chief Justice Fuller for BROS. maintained dur- atrSwered at roll call were J. A. and R. rain. Good ordor was A combine has existed iu the freight submitting to public clamor and opening all country picuics, Burnside, Joel and Dan Walker, Benj. ing the day, but like It. Tercy, W. J. Landram, department of the Cincinnati Southern tho World's Fair on Sunday. He then there were a few drinking Tanglefoot Hudson, J. (livens, Bud Karris Took liubble. railroad for some months whereby the turned his attention to Gov. Altgeld and was plentiful. HadJJMr.l Thomas Benroasted him fore and aft for pardoning who The target shooting was tine and the railroad has been robbed of between son, the Middleburg correspondent, Eighteen conductors the Chicago anarchists." .Mr. Sweeney foO.OOO. and gave the picnic aud manager at that diuner splendid. The llsli and squirrels and IS engineers, together with the time- is a brother of Elder John S. Sweeney, blowing up, were cookod upon the ground and presuch place on June 17th keeper, havo been issuing fraudulent and is well known here. been there and tried as eagerly for some, pared with excellent care by au experi- time checks. These checks were made Jiiuuie-burgenced cook. The Cold Spring has been of Wade'a tanglefoot as.le iluiat In a letter to the Courier Journal, out by the conductors and engineers and we are sure he could'.have been in a famous rtsort for hunters and fisherThe trou- Commissioner John W. Yerkes admits honored by the ron'ditiou to give this one a far differ- - men for nearly a century. The spriug that the State has not been represented the other emerges from the foot of acliff that over- ble is in the Somerset division. two Bi- as Kentuckiana would have her, but atn description to what New stock, styles and shades. Jnlia Force, who killed her pretty free looks Dix river, and the water gushes one, as the hoys aeomed to be sters at Atlanta, has been placed in a lu- tributes the "error on the side of econopicout iu au immense stream and is nearly with it. The boys will give another natic asylum. She told the superintend- my" to the examples of other State comKingsville some time during Aug as cold as ice. The pool of water into ent, whom she had previously known, missions, which at the time the work on nic at which the stream empties is filled with ust, it is said had been the Kentucky building was commenced line fish, while the woods adjacent are a that .she waa not and never were petitioning for increased appropriinsane; that driven desperate by the Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, The best authorities now estimate famous rendezvous for squirrels and had slain ations, their original estimates having of her family, she of Kopresentativea will small game generally. The location is so Landrcth's Garden Seed at greatly exceeded. Fie also conthat the House - secluded that one would have great her sisters; that the legal proceedings been . .pass the bill repealing tne ou which held her back from conviction tends that the time was limited and that majority of at trouble iu rinding it without a guide. It ver Purchase law by a were acceptable to her family and she the people of the State did not respond 75. The Senate is is said that many a game of seven up least BO and probably submitted if that would do them any as they should bave to tho efforts of the - and draw poker has been played by a good majoriat this New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. also claimed for repeal board to obtain exhibits. good. spot in bygone days. to-da- School for Girli. Annual Blackberries are scarce. Session open Wednesday, Stpt.Cth, mi. Prepares for Welleley. W. T. POYNTER. The corn crop looks very fine in many localities. Jumbo J. McCall reports the best wheat crop of the county. No rioting or other troubles occurred in old Rockcastle on Independence day. The Pine Hill Coal Co., has discovered a six foot vein of tire clay underlyFALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. ing the coal. Five tons have been sent off to be tested. A SCHCOL AND HOME FOK CIRI.S. A valuable Jersey cow belonging to Mr. K. L. Stark was found dead in the Good Faculty; upenor advantages; a beautiful and healthful location. Special course and rpectal pasture Thursday morniug. The orvner inducements offered to those who delre to make teachers. Our aim is to make cur pupils thorough 1 he College has been recently refited, and a College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, thinks she was poisoned by some one. m. O. THOMSON, Principal. 33 The lawn fete given by the Aid So- &c, have been added. ciety was a complete success and was enjoyed greatly by all who attended. We hope the ladies will give another soon. Mrs. E. M. McClure Is president of the society. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Mr. Fred Krueger has returned from a visit to the nourishing community of Ottenheim Colony, Lincoln county, and 1893. reports everything in splendid trim and Normal there. He says the people are all doing Full corps of Cnervatory department. School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. An. Excellent boardlnj well and their prosperity is increasing as time goes on. The applicants for teacher's certificates will take the examination this week. Supt. Baker has selected Mrs. Mattie Carter of Brodhead and Mr. Har vey sigman, examiners lor this year, as In Square or round top, zinc or canvas; successors of Mrs. Rosalind Nesbitt and Mr. Henry Wood, who held the position during the past year. A large party of young ladies and gentlemen drove down to the charming And home of Miss Sallie Cook. Pleasant Valley, Inst Thursday evening where they were entertained by the young hostess in her usual graceful manner, They report a pleasant time and a delightful In canvas, rubber or leather. drive, although Rockcastle roads are nothing like turnpikes at present. The Henderson Club had an outing on tbe 4th at Williams' Park, a new resort, just East of town, near the big fill. A barbecue on a big scale was the principal feature of the affair, and a most glorious time is reported. The club has made arrangements for purchasing the grounds, which will be improved and used for picnic and summer tesort pur- ' H Hustonvill, Ey. Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 5th TIRTTlSrKZSI YALI telescope: SI H. J. McROBERTS. AT AUCTION. Jen-nin- e , I Goods Are Literally Given Away. j g Chance of Your Life. STEPHENS & KNOX. ' Without Money & With- out Price; Read This and Profit by Lex-ingto- it. bar-tend- 10,-00- 0, ojlsh: business "Ex-Consu- vis-ciou- s McKINNEY $10,-00- 0 SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL PAPER Si ALABASTIHE time-keep- er. ! he-di- Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. W Bo Mcil'OBERTS, -- iv".'s rH .'. !. ( I Ik I ' - mi i I' I'. ll I J I ! i ft Tiik improvement in the Louisville WhenJLafe Drennon, of Princeton, Post, under the editorial management of went to put on bis pants the other mornMr. K. V. Knott, late of the Courier- - ing he found a copperhead snake coiled of Journal, ia most pronounced. In attempting to ut) July 7, 1R93 Times, whose bucolic editor seems The kill in onewas the leers.twice and he is dyStafford, Ky., bitten to it he TO have been silenced by a centre shot of ing the effects. Indian Wiley Steele, a grape and shell from the Post, will have W. P. WALTON. to look to its laurels or it will be distanc who is serving a 10 years seVitence in the ed in the race for supremacy in (twi- Ohio pen., has several times attempted lML JMlr, JILmLMJILMJk UW light journalism iu the Falls City. It suicide. His reason for wanting to take -E 9) take much of a steed to keep just his life is that the guards are given to didn't . ahead of it when Weathervano Young poking fun at him. see EVE3K.Y IPIR.riD.A.-"Goods handled the reins, but Brer Logan's The Hon. James D. Torter, minister cool got to hump himself now or get in out of to Chilli, has arrived in Valparaiso and all-wo- ol Dead and Damned. The Legislature the dampness. he by was most cordially welcomed, the cable Givea up the Ghoet, After Two Years of $2S). to Xin. i 7fin. gram adding that no other foreign repreWe had begun to think that Tom Pet- Fer Diem Grabbing. Tearful Scenes sentative in recent years has been eo Witnessed as the Solons Take Final tit was the last of the populist tribe and warmly received by the Chilians. They Leave of the State Treasury. May the that as he was about to sink into obscurwere glad enough to get rid of Pat Egan. Grand Old Commonwealth Xevr be Af- ity in his Daviess county home, that that A dispatch from Fu'tford, Col., says flicted with Another Such Body, is the party would no more disturb a ledge of quartz found outcropping for way the Louisville Commercial tells in the body politic This consummation degives 57, 59, 130 and 150 ouncWe headlines of the blessings which came to voutly to be wished is somewhat dispell- 3.000 feet to clean-c- ut gold to the ton. Twelve assays avKentucky at noon Monday. Only 52 ed by a dispatch from Columbus, O., say- es in by erage 1900 per ton. The camp is wild. representatives and 22 Senators were in ing that the populists have nominated Mining men are coming in from all parts at the death, the smallest number ever a State ticket from governor down, in a country, The mountains are full present at a wind-up- . The others were convention hardly large enough to fur- of the of prospectors. at home drawing their per diem, all the nish the full quota of otlicers necessary Gen. A. J. Warner, President of the same, lor services not rendered, ui uie to run it. American Bimetallic League, says that a mass of measures considered by the body The Newport Journal Co. decided to canvass of the silver forces in Congress 252 bills and 03 resolutions became laws and there are yet 24 bills on the govern discontinue the publication of its daily, establishes the fact that the Sherman law or's table unsigned, including the educa- but will continue to issue a weekly. Our can rot be repealed without the adop- rr tional, charitable institutions and the old friend Laurie J. Blakely, who edited tion of a substitute which will be tn thft nilveritep. The call has resolution providing for the codification the former with bo much ability, bids a temporary good-byto his newspaper been made for a convention of the of the statutes. The body was in session 531 legislative davs and cost the State friends, with the benediction, "God be League in Chicnco, to begin Auc. 1. Over 250,000 people attended the over $(300,000. It seemed to work at cross with you till we meet again." Bro. Blakely's pencil is too active and bright World's Fair on the Ith. Vice President purposes from the beginning, when be Speaker Moore was chosen to preside to remain idle long and we hope before Stevenson was the orator of the occasion. over Harvey Myers. The experienced the dog star rages to announce that he is At noon the original stars and etripe which Hosted at the masthead of the Bon and capable men were turned down and astride the tripod again. Homme Richard were Hung to the those of mediocre ability, untrained in TnK senior editor of the Jessamine J our breeze, a telegraphic key at the same forced to the business of the front The result could not have nal can not move us to anger or unkind moment giving the word for the ringing been otherwise than failure and disap retort He did us a kindness once at a of the new Columbian Liberty Bell, at pointment. In fact nothing in life be- time when it was genuinely appreciated Troy. N. Y. Frank Elmer, a Cvnthiana horse came it like the leaving of it, pud in our and while he may have forgotten it, we : joy over its demise we shall follow for have not nor ever will. We may be a doctor, is in trouble and it is hoped h the present at leist the ancient and hon- scoifer and a whisky man, both of which, may get further into it. He has a wif, ored cuBtom of speaking no evil of the however, we vehemently deny, but we but ran off with pretty Mollie West, a The great 3 year old mars, Georgia cau never be truthfully accused of the girl, and after, as it 'is alleged, dead. THE BEST PLACE TO BUY Lee, daughter of Gambetta Wilkes, has sin of ingratitude. marrying her, deserted her in Lexingbeen a mile already in 2.21 on Cecil's Several years ago Miss Lena Hamilarrest and like Adam is t again in Ha- ton. He under Tuixus are getting Danville, and nobody knows ton, of Mason, a tall and divinely fair of old, lays the blame on the girl, who, track at waii. Three Englishmen are at the head fast she has been quarters. At maiden of some 30 summers, more or he save, persuaded him to run ol! with how the same track Nuthurst, the pacing son lax, notified James J.Sbackleford, a two of a plot to overthrow the provisional her. of Nutwood, has been an 1 in 12 seconds widower, but wealthy, that she government, kill Minister Blount and Sutimes John Bobbitt and John Harp Brink-eand Barney has piced a sixteenth In 0 was ready, willing and anxious to per- gar King Spreckles and play hades genbecame involved in n quarrel at a erally. 03 J form her contract of marriage with him. ith of July celebration near Dalian, Pu- seconds and in A New York paper, with telegraphHe answered that he had eugaged to who is a There were nine changes in the mem- laski county, when Bobbitt, All new stock and latest designs. ic reports from 700 localities, summarizes marry her in good faith, but recent debership of the General Assembly, owing large man, weighing over 250 pounds, velopments convinced him of his inabilthat the wheat crop 18 below the averto resignations and promotions, but shot young Brinkley, who is a crippled age, the corn crop is enormous, the oats, ity to marry and that it would be a crime there was only one death during the two hunchback. Brinkley in return shot barlev and rye crops are large, the hay for him to inflict a fate upon her such as Bobbitt five times in the stomach, causyears' term J. S. Hargis, of Breathitt. average and th fruit would result from their union. This did ing almost instant death. Brinkley will crop is above the poor. The general conis generally not satisfy Miss Lena and ahe brought The fact that only one member of the also die. The cause of the troable is not crop of the agricultural section h exdition suit for 15,000 damages. It was tried late Legislature died in the two years' stated. cellent, the outlook promising and the passed upon by the court of appeals session is another reminder that it in on and fanners cheerful and hopeful. that.Shackleford'a plea was a valid one, ly the good who die young. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. if true. Even this did not cause Miss Gaines Bros, eold to Capt. Robinson Lenu to give up the hope of getting hold A. GIVENS NEWSY NOTES. 100 Iambs at $ I. of that 15,000 and she again began litijh r ' 'to'n Nancy Lee, the dam of Nancy Hanks It a Candidal- fur Mier l mocrattc puty. Three banks at Pueblo, Col., closed gation on the grounds that the defendlcl totbeailionof lie has dropped a filly by Stamboul. ant was not diseased at all and used that Wednesday. J. M. Johnson sold to Allen, of the The Orphan Brigade will meet in excuse simply to disappoint her both in West End, a bunch of shippers at 3Jc. her matrimonial and pecuniary inten- Versailles Sept. 27 2S. OK EVERY DESCRIPTION. Robert Land bought in this section N a candidate for Jailer, mbjecl to Ih action tf Nelson county has M graduates of tions. The second trial of the case has ocwhisky cure institute, with uo relap- four horses for livery purposes at ;S0 to Ike democrats parly cupied several days of the Mason circuit the $12(5. Call and see them before buying. court and has attracted a great crowd ot ses eo far. Everything in the grocery line G. Boston dealers say that good roadThe juiy in the case against the who are much people to the for sale cheap. ol Candidate at Somerset failed to agree and sters were never higher than at the pres It a Democracy, lor JaiU'r, tubject o the action interested in the result. the ent time. were discharged. Dudderar Bros, bought of Thomas Zimmerman lowered the quarter of Col. Polk Johnson bids the legislators a milo bicycle record at Patterson, N. J., Bali and other parties 20 suckling calves a tearful adieu in the expiring issue of a Candidate for A Metier, tubjcit to the action 1 5 seconds, going it in 30. at ;12.00 to !!. his Daily Capital and adds: "May each of the derrwurracy. Sixteen trotters and other valuable and all return safely to happy homes The salary of the at Cut-Pri- ce and satisfied constituents." Now, our Middlesboro has been reduced j300, ow property of George Conklin, at Rutland, 0. causing a loss of Vt., were burned, dear Polk, is this not asking too much of ing to a falling oil' in the business. to the action It a Candidate for Alienor, On goods in every department will begin this week at even a forgiving Heavenly Father? The of the Democratic party. John W. Carson, a live stock dealer .1. W. Allen, of Hustonville, sold to prayers of the righteous, we are told, of Richmond, Vu., had his leg broken at Robert Stephens, of Boyle, 17 cattle avavaileth much, but even they should Mt. Sterling by the falling of a chute. E. D. eraging 700 pounds at f 23.50. Advc-catgauge their petitions, or they will ask The town council of Gueda Springs, a candidate for re election to the uflice of Ai . and receive not, because they ask amiss. County, iiihjecl to ution of the Kas., is composed entirely of married A nice line ol vests will be placed on sale at ioc. worth 15 of new wheat were te.tor, of Lincoln Two With God all things are possible, but to woman, and the mayor is also a wo- sold in St. LouiB at t'.l cents per bushel. democratic party. and 20c; nicer quality at a little advance. All brands of Calicoes go make their constituency satisfied with man. at 5c; Masonville and Lonsdale Cottons S'.c, best io- -. Hleached The farmer did not receive more than 50 the members of the defunct General Two persona were killed and two anccung 22c. we nave also received a new lot ol Millinery and can cents at the iield. would strain even the power of ol Ik a eand date for jailer, iiihjecl to the ai lion others were badly stunned by lightning Col. James Clay, of Bourbon county, the diinocratv Omnipotence. wwvii tfAiir iti'iii! nil nr!rAL vii .y.t un i;t iu.1! Don't fail to get a pair of those sample while standing under a tree near Kansas owns tiie largest tract of blue grass land Shoes at cost before it is too late. We will continue to give our cus- TkK Frankfort correspondent of the City, Mo. in the world. He has in his own name tomcrs a handsome Crayon Portrait with every Sio's worth of goods. There was a terriblejexploeion in a assessed 4,2'J5 acres. Courier-Journa- l says: "Kepresentative the atlioii ol Ask for a card. a candidate for jatKr, uhjrU to D. B. Edmiston, of Lincoln county, has coal minefnt Thornhill, in Yorkshire, Barney, owned by Tip Br.uce, of the old Jeflertonlan democracy decided to become a candidate for one of England, and it is believed that 150 mill- Danville, won the 2:20 pace at Indianapthe Senate clerkships in the next Gen- ers lost their lives. olis Wednesday in 2:11 1. He was drivB. MERSHON The suicide of negroes is rare, but en by Al Hutchiiigs. eral Assembly. Mr. Edmiston Berved in .FOR. for Jailer, till jicl to the a. tloti of It the House as chairman of the committee one is reported from Paris, a woman Hudson & Jones, of Rockcastle, pur theaCaudldile Democracy having drowned herself in Stoner on chased in on enrollments, an important post, which the East End a bunch of he filled admirably." Li is friends here account of bad health. cattle at 3e and 10 hoga averagSIcCORMACK The dailies are full of accounts of ing 200 pounds at 5 to tc. would be monstrous glad to see him pet It a Candidate for Alienor, tuhject to the will of murders and casualties on the lth. This that or any other good position. At Washington Park, Chicago, Wed- the Democracy paper could hardly'contain the names of nesday, the record for a mile and 70yds. those killed or maimed. W. W. HAYS, was broken by Wild wood, the California The people of Owensboro seem deterGeorge Bishop, son of Win. Bishop, colt, who went the distance in 1:11. mined to stop the legitimate s.ilu of liIt a caudidate lor jailer, lubject to tin action CI he li inociaCY There is very little encouragement quor there. An immense meetiug was of Somerset, celebrated the 1th hv exploding a pound of powder. It went oil in the wheat market. Local dealers are held in the Sam Jones tabernacle MonHAMPTON, in his face and ho was fearfully burned. ollerini! only IS to 50 cents, and do not day, when it is estimated that over Gieece is now a republic, the king seem anxious to buy at that. Pails Ken- - It a candidate for jailer, i'iImcci to tin- action of ' persons declared for prohibition. It the dcmociucy. was decided to call an election Oct. 7th. having abdicated the throne. The ac- tuckian. Bourbon farmers in many instances Tno result seems foreshadowed in the tion has createn the most intense excite M. OWENS, unanimity of the meeting on the resolve in en t, hut it is not believed any trouble are turning tht ir hogs on their wheat, county, li candidate fo. will ensue. believing that they can make more that jecta to the action idSheriff of I.ln.nln ritnary. tuhthat the saloons must go. the democratic The people of western Kansas are way than by harvesting it. The crop is Orders for Hread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to The committees to codify the laws siillering from drouth and an appeal will the largest for years. D. R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. 'u Mascot worked three miles, are Smith, Mulligan and McCain for the be made to the State for aid. If it is not candidate far Sheriff of Lincoln courty, is likely to be de- 2 01J,2:0S1 and 2:0S. He went the last It t to the action of the democratic pruniry. Senate and Sims, Dickson and O'Mara granted, the section half mile in 1:01 :j. These are said to he for the House, hut as their appointment populated. I) (AMfMKU r i.. : Lightning struck the house of Joe the three fastest mileB made tins year was not approved before the adjourn m; ment of the body, ;some question of Its Cross, near Gagetown, Mich., in the by any harness home in the world. member legality is raised. If the General Assem- night, and before the inmates could be The Sheridan Stake, worth 'over It a candidate lortuhject to of the l.rKuUlure fiom nomination liy the de Lincoln county i bly ever did'anytbing right, the excep- gotten out five were burned to death and 513,000 to the winner, was won at Wash- mncracy. fatally. another & tion failed to bo noted. ington Park by Ingomar, an outsider, at A bear is said to be roving around 30 to 1. Ed Corrigan'sTyro, at 25 to 1, HELM Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset St.; wareroom, paint Mr. Roues was so grievously lyesieged Elkhorn precinct in Fayette county and was Becond, and the favorite, Clillord, It a Candidate to reprettut Lincoln county In the with that in he the women and children can not be per- was third and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. next LeKltlature, tuhject f the action ol the dehad to place the god of war in his alike. suaded to leave their homes unless acC. McDowell is having the mocracy. Major II. Richmond Climax. This is one of the companied by one or more males. hoofs of the dead Dictator bound and few good thingslthat Tipton ever got oil' Old William and Mary College, at trimmed with silver. They will be 2fJ'Sign Work, artistic and plain. -- tf)a We guarantee in his "Thin Column," ami even it may Williamsburg, Va., where many of the mounted and will occupy a prominent A'spccialty. of Lincoln county and U require a diagram, until you recall that distinguished statesmen of the Revolu- place in the parlors at Ashland, the for- ntka Candidate ftr Jailer hit friends not to commit ihcmielvet to any work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. . at home James H. Marrs has been appoint- tion were educated, has just celebrated mer home of Kentucky's greatest states- ooe olte.su he it forced tottjy action ol and work. the DemHit candidacy it itibject to the CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky ed chief deputy. ocratic party. the 200dth anniversary of its charter. man, the lamented Henry Clay. .Semi-Weekly Interior Journal aCOMJE V THE- one-arme- 6 OB 8 PAGES. T.rrrTTcrfanMr. t. w m Mtr tJ.JJ c, at CWTPHTStli! And Jllulle, for yourself the excellent line of Dress and Fine Suits in which to keep and confortable. Our stock of Clothing is unsurpassed in Kentucky and prices can not touched our competitors. Fine Suits tor Meh from 85 Persean China Silks north d HALF THEIR FORMER VALUE. want have an interesting, ance sale ana old-fashioned, giving us an early call Summer Clear' tt You Will Feel the Forcible Influence of Our Peerless Bargains. taken into consideration. satis-fann- Lasts, vlain and Patent Leather Tipped Shoes, all sizes, from 05c to $2. 300 pairs Ladies' Fine DongolaKid Oxfords, Opera and Common Sense e ALL OF OUR SUMMER GOODS MUST AND WILL GO I law-maki- ng, COMS J And cost prices will not And secure some' of our Big Bar gams at THE LOUISVILLE STORE. red-ho- y Wall A. 1 Paper ! R. PENNY. BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, THZ BEST MADI. J. - cT. DINK FARMER W. DEBORI) WATER : COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. : court-hous- Gil-lilan- M.F. ELKIN, 1 1 post-mast- er $75,-00- JNO. BRIGHT A : Great : Sale e. KENNEDY, TheCash Bargain Store to-day car-loa- ds ly W.L.DAWSON, fir JOHN BAILEV, 1 B. F. JONES & SON. JOHN EMMETT Fancy Groceries,Bread, Cakes, Pies Candies, Lunches,Fryits, &c, I 30 PETER CALL ON R. ZIMMER THE BAKER. Ad-l"--s.- - SAI T. A Good Meal X . for 25 Cts. i NEWI.AND, s. ul-je- f. north, NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL AUSTIN", Fro'rs. HARVEY ollice-seeker- s self-defen- T. J. HATCHER House Painting and Paper Hanging Ih-o- ito. sZ2 -: ad ..-n- U..iwfatyifllfeLL jrmMOi JWmip-!mfiimimm&Kma- 5 t, JhSA.-- t '"aianwmiBaMaHM ; it; UBKf . iJiUMliBifiArit. ., l3j . . ,71 - ' .TSjr.- ' Ii ; t - 1 , tmfy .t- i- " ( 'I I 5EMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL 3 ELDER BLOSSOMS. Lund? Thoro'n nothing so sweet us Tho wild older bluMOtn That bloom by tbo old rati fence. 8TAKFORD, KY., The attnr of rose Is qualm ntul It rare, It plumes all nosci, or ruddy, or fair; of It J I'M 7, 1893 Uul Ik thoanmost regal I'llscout.to It Mill, you will, bold talk Though you deem ray inception In dtjnsa, W. P. WALTON. THE : WORLD'S fc : MIR, AND AMERICAN RAILWAYS. The odor of munk U n scent of old time, A whin In tho dusk Is theme for n rliymo; 'TIs tho perfume of all most Intense, Hut a tig for the smell that nothing can uuclll You'd wish It a mile or two hence If once you had scented Tho wild older blossoms That bloom by tbo old rail fence A Violet acent Is a scent that Is neat. To uso In one's tw cntles nn odor most meet, A fraifranco qulto free from pretenses. Hut leave It for maldt to bind In their braids. And Klvo mo the rarest of scon ts, Tho breath of the blossoms Tho wild elder blossoms That bloom by tho old mil foncu. . Itoutn, widely knun at the road running the I'meit 'I ralru in the South, li In the fifld to carry ewrjLody from the Somh Chlca(o.'iNo part of the tojjie Woild'a Fair Southern country I left uncaierl for by thm ureal railway nnd iti cqnnectiom. TlicJ 'through Car Syttrm it an admlrafJe rapotitinn ot the wonderful capalillllti of American mllri.idins From New Oileint ThroiiKh Sleeping Or run daily, by morning and evening, carrjliiff Cincinnati or l.oulivlllc a they may lect. From Shreeport, Vicktbwrg and JaclAri another Through Sleeping Car t.lne cniuei to join and become a part ot l Ha magnificent Viitibult-Through Trami, which, patting tliruu&li llitiif Insham and the famou Willi Valley of Jack, it Joined at Chattammxa by aonvllle, Ha , llruntwUk and Atlanta, C.a ,orr the K. T. V..VC. Ify, and priKCcda nerth oer Hit btautirul Cincinnati SouiIimii, lhrowgh the gramlet natural nceuery awd mot attractive country In the world, lo OaktWIc, wher another magnificent Pullman Car it received, tm from the Uichtnond ft l)anrltlc UmWa.N C , from I hariwtnn, S C , Ihrwmh llioad country, jhI Athville' the beautiful r V. C.and Kneivdle, The time to Chicago it made o a tu alford llm moilionvrnUnt hour, for ilrpaiturot fioiu the principal citiea and arrbalt In CMcujm one o Patiengtitcan purchate liiketi line narth of llie. river, ami returning w another if they detlre a variable rewle witliOHl eatra via riaciNMti, reluming charge Or they can,' The Qurn Crment pitnKri Their frapllo whlto Kraco ts llko point Ala'-am- de Venlse. They i!riM tho wood larra with frntrrancc ntul iicaec, A rlrKlual cberm they dlspens1. I.llte a lass of Mxteen that no lover has seen. They joti with hrfirht lunocvnea In rblblhoot lbry won me, Tho wild ebl'T blossoms Tliat bloom by the old r.xll fence Samuel Mlnturn IV k In S V Independent. sill TH5S HOUSE ling up, "Is there, any other fault to llecuuse, If there isn't, thcro's tho front door." Two young damsels and a spinster aunt followed, and nfter ti lengthy inspection of the premises came to a statu council in the parlors. "I like the house very much," said the spinster aunt, solemnly, "and, with a few slight alterations, I will etigago it for my brother's family." "Very trood, ma'am," said Nahum, nibbing his hands, and scenting ti speedy termination to his trials. "Naino em." "The door handles must nil be gilded, and I should like tho house newly papered and repainted, and the partition between tho parlors taken down and replaced by an urch, and an extension dining-roobuilt out behind, and a buy window thrown out of the parlor, and a new utyle of range In the kitchen, r put in, and new and a bronze chandeliers throughout, and another furnace In the and" "Hold on, ma'am Just hold on one minute," said Nahum, gasping for breath. "Wouldn't you like tho old house carted away and a new one put in ItN place? I think it would be rather less tcouble than to make the trilling alterations you suggest." With prim dignity tho lady marshaled her two charges out, muttering dumb-waitesub-cellar, OXLABELJ.EJfclVIERE "down I'he (Mil - Oto the river, down the river, down the c yr .V ott " ftk Ovu 233fc 'JUUUML lloiitiiiun Smii: Oltea but n I'alnt St renin It Is nn Iilcii (if llm rictur-tiOliJiTt lesson In llriuity mill Clcolncy. Special CnrrvsKiiuluice.l v2. Jjl' ..'t"-- Mot'NT Vl.UNOS', Intl.,. June .The Ohio river is a poem In itself. It is a historic stream. To learn all the legends and traditions and authentic stories of deeds done upon Its bunks is a liberal education in local lore, lint fn"r beyond this It is what few even of thoe who live uinm it suspect one of uatiite's grandest leasons lu cos- - - . S.V. 'Ui Bf'l - V,"JL' iiki h--A- o m, Ixiyui? 7fcc wu. iS Jk w Sv n" --k -- 33ih a, v' -- rfbrxAid ffi'yfaA &1??-z- k dktJrTaze . iLftCU 7r. something about "the extortionate cast-dow- le-n- ii TO LET. pyiur.KK it w:is vl ... I k I al at reduced lluund trip ticket th.cJKO Hue will un irequwt for vim- n lookiiikt up wow or a cmmodato on to tlit Fair temcati F.vifyltiioglhat an almwtt peifitt Jevi.etodeterve the pcalae ami ptrnae6f ihe traveling public hai been provided. Any of the belew wilUhecr-full- y AcenlaortbevOmpanlcanime.1 all pottiWe lnforrotoi and anrttancrRive I. tlard, Otlan., K, H. Oarrall, N m'-A.set..flh- n.it.villr nr vice VertB alu j4M mMi In 11 iiiiqucs-- t a let-Ut- hly in fut. Muck "Tills House to 111) 11 of eoltl colfcc, looking .dUtustoftilly ut tlic one IhiIIihI lay In? fore IHraalaiKbam. VUUtmrg. M'. J ' lcOrr.Tettn. WI-- fuel In. c,'g tlitit of kccphifr liltn. "'I'lic Iiouso; ciml I'm sick Ala It. i.lhailUm.l1urtlaoi. lUwatdt, iiHviivk out, tiixw ulutivs due. I won't miitl, Junction it). Ky.er I. U. htntui It imv lonirer." ' Cincinnatl.il. He titfiieil u lively senrlet as the door slowly swunu open, ami his ltousekee- ...U VOU AUK GOlNC. cr Ktulkeii niajetie.'iHy in. In fact, Mr. Itrljrtr wi" Utile ufntiil of Mrs. I'urley, but Mr. ltri wits TUB . to break the baleful spell. "Mr. JlrlK'r."'" lH'tfiui the Indy, solemnly, "etui believe my eyes?'' 'Well, iim'um," Mild the old iHichelor, "I never heard that anything wusnmit with yyiir eyesight. "Is It jvosslblu that you have posted a a NaiHVItlt H. H. Louitvilic bill on the front of this housu without consulting me?" It Ike linear yni.at itt "Quite mi, ma'am," responded Nullum. "And you Intend" "To shut up wimp to close the e,tnl- Il"hmet to break up housekeeping, clo.e conli'tion at Mke said Nuhtim. "That'.s e.Mtotly my in- MM 1 I'lUll'lV Mr. It bout It lUUM'll i--i lift i 111 1111(1 h tak e stirrinj lilsotip t, Ideas of some landlords nowadays." Ut dllTercnt Another lady, but n from the other a slender, little, lady, with a head that drooped und a dress of like a brown silk that had been mended and darned and turned und retrimmed until even Nahum Itrjggs, man and bach-- . clor that he was, could see how very shabby it was. Yet she was pretty, with big blue eyes and shining brown hulr, and cheeks tinged with a faint, lleetlng color, where the velvety roses of youth had once bloomed in vivid carmine. And the golden-hairelittle lassies who clung to her dress were as like her llower-bells as tiny to d lily-budfull-bloom- SCESKOS-TIIKOIII- 1 s. I. 11ml I NORTH WEST, As Nahum ltriggs stood looking at her there came back to him the sunshiny days of his youth a Held of girl leaning over clover und a the fence, with her bright hair barred with sunset gold, and he knew that he was standing face to faco with the girl whose blue eyes had kept him an blue-eyed Mf Jusctiin Double Dally Trains for all pomta old bachelor all his life long. "This house Is to let, I believe?" she usked, tunidlv. "1 believe it is. ltarbara Wylie." She looked up. starting with a sudden flush of recognition. "If you please, Mr. ltriggs, I will look at the house. I am u widow now, and very poor, and a. id I think of keeping n lioardlng house to earn my hope the rent Is not very bread. high?" 1 LOUISVILLE And.OINOINNATi "iUIS.IffliKhniiiR.iuiii. iqmre of Kor any mforwatien yr lol.S ItlCU. Aeent, K W.W I'KNN. Tiav I'a.s Att C tr, Mb(.ji1, r (juestiim of Hitlarjr iMJtwoon" us, I will tnk my depurturv." Mrs. Parley wlthdeew. and Nullum was left to hi own itMsHtntions. They took the shttps of h npttclw of war daueo, e.es.ulod in the middlu of the UiMr. tention." "Very well, ulr," wild Mrs. Parley, gritnlv. "If you will vttlu the trilling N-r!k- HorfolkiWBslBnilU. Srli'duie 1.1. K ( J i. t 4. !'J one to that tiAtcliet-fnce- d and now I'm free." He stopped abruptly, bniro! thr,f cheers and a qur hero. "If eror there vh n inUerJde slave I've been "Ilruwt! tiger!" old wnmnii, NOKION Il.MI.V il, .i.ttiui.. Hal lp and PhonU KaJlord, 3 00 p m . 'or HlueSal.l, Norl.dk. ui I li, t.l'.iri, KKltnt'tiU 11 05 IV in T Cjraham. l5iuM. Pixiltomaa Uivm A Mpcetiieled old Indy sUxxl on the doorsteps, in a shabby bom online Hiui fur tlmt looked as if they might have grown 011 the bek of some dUfitiMtted CMt. ring at the ikor lielL then wmh n gooI Methodint ehureh miywhera near? any objection to children? la iy in th tvHuns-- cheery clouts off Iruut the llaat dally ai Tram arrive at Nrl " the p m and n p It Vor r.'t'er i.tnfMialHi aa to schedules, rate t "Ma'am!" ejueuUted jiour XhIiiiiii, of Norfolk A Western Kail A .rpl to aicntt ' fairly stun nod bv the torrent of (inat- H.HilVII.!., rMdorlo Civn l' Ai l( xnoke, V. tiotm. M r I'KAct.. Wimt's the rent?" A,tnt li.i "Twelve hundred dollars." ' tlddlee.ticks.1" hundred "Twelve shrieked tho old ludy. "Why, Jim must be crusy. Suy nine hundred dolCHESAPEAKE & OHIO lars, mid I'll look ut the rooms." won't sny anything of the ort." So ayinf Nullum ltriggs floated the ventl-Ut-ir. . BluefteM It Noilaik an I vieepine Cr t Itsdfnril. U" front l.yncbbura to KUbnitHiil. I'Mabostat, Punkatait mr! CsaIh. 'Iralntler a m, i aj will leave lliueAvId daily alb ie a M,l ri in and sot- P hi IllueneM 6 tv m and 1 sopo m daily I eavc Ktnnva and Coluinl.m, ( , Chuaum 4 all lutntt t (op Wttt Pullrnaw ketwn t p m tiain tor ludlluiM. Airlve C.duailiua Addltiuiiai Iraina (w Welch nd inlrn,es!l4lt Hlnffitkl $ oj m dai tti. ..ii rlkborn Chi-m.r- "Thl 'ere houe to let?" "Viw. mn'iiMi." li "Water pipe In ortlarV eclMir dry? pnliit iwswf furuaoe work ffood? roof sound? chandeliers go with the hou.e? witjM'iuaion Hght olT'.' nolgklKirlMKxl si S dining-room?- la. 1 RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, And all other Kattrrn Cities t Line between l.oiiitvlKi, girls, and kiss me; I used to know your mamma when she wasn't much bigger than you are." ltarbara. with her blue Qyes still drooping, went all ovtsr the house without milling a word of fault, und Nahum ltriggs wnlked at her side, wondering if it really was tlfteu yours since the June sunshine lay so brightly on the clover Held. "I think the houM Is beautiful." said meok ltarbara. "Will you rent it to me?' "Well, ye," snld Nahum. thoughtfully, "I'll let you have the house if you want it. llnrburn." keeping a few "With the privilege-oUmrilor.?" "No!" lturt mm stopped and looked w 1st fully at him. i "Hut I don't think you understand how very jwior I am, Mr. Hrigjr." said "I'll toll you whut. Mr. Hrlrjra, iliclatorially. "I'll jrire joit the privilege of keeping just one lnHtrd-or- , and him you've got to keep all your life, if you once lake him." "1 don't think I quite uiulerMundyou; Mr. Hrlggs." said llarlmrti. but one 'is rather inclined to think she told a little ttb. "What do you wiy to ine forn Ihmrder, Htirbttra'."' an id the old iMiehelor. taking ts)th the widow's bauds in his. to bo a good "ltarlwni, I'll do my husbaud to you if you'll be my wife." Itnrbnru blushed again, und hesitated, but Nahum was not to be eluded. "Shall I tuke down the 'to let,' ' "Yes." she murmured, almost under her lireiith. "And when shall wo be married, ltarHm-baro.- "We'll talk about the rent afterwards," said Nahum, swallowing a big lump In his throat. "Come here, little " lxt l.ar-baru- ?" A i1 Shorn Hatteru I'uintt. I.emmtcw'anil 1S91 Ci I, HW' 61 bara?" "In the summer, perhaps," said Mw. Harhurn, shyly. "To-morrow- ," ly; and IN KKFKCT NOV. i, EAST IIOl'.MI. l.o. LealBKbrn Atlantic Ksprots No 11, daily '7 icpm . ttx Mldltnd Aicommodatinti, No huu1l.4u.iin 6. isj.in Vestiluiled Ekprco, No i daily Mt Stfilinc Aictmi , No. aS, ex. Sim WEST HOUND Arr. I.eainijtfln: I.etniElon Accom., No. 7,ev Sun lAuitvllle Exprcts No. 11, dally I.emnctmi Arcom. No. 13, ex Sun Vettibulcd l.xprets No; aj, daily 7.35am Nahum ltriggs nor his brown stone house will bo in the market again "to The probabilities arc that neither Mr. Hoaton Cilobe. said Nahum, decisiveit was. let." Mm Would Convert Him. i.opro 4 6. 10pm isditi Solid Vestiluiled Trains with Dining Can. N but iranfers Through Sleepers from I.cxiicion without cliAiijrc. 1! The children came home from school and nfter laying aside their wraps and books the smallest girl cried out: "Oh, mainnia, I've dot a new sweetheart and you tun't doss his name." "(lot u new sweetheart?" said the mother, smiling. "Who is he?" " V. CJen. Pass. ArI, Watluncton, I). HUt.I.nt. C. Att't Gen. f. II. KVAN, Cli.cliinntl. I'a.Ast., "rms rxutM Q, ..jii vutmui M1 snj. tlllllU immarouj rKwiivi n.uls ADOOTJfOaD STIVltIS POINT Drop fts.; S" , x,tniMmA Vm.lAojsrforH L:ISM. 4liwii""n TQriTK 1., l '"l,,r,t51 lunimKWoswin tsvnmnoa mt rioKinwm tyADv.i-un- KVM . f .l Cenrfx'4ASt. G1ICA0O nwttr.n. In i..ln.. u Umtuu V AWTIBtn uuxiu door In 'tho tho furs. Scarcely had thu old lady got safely round the corner, and Mr. ltriggs recovered his ru tiled faculties, when there ciimu another hharp lintinabulation of the bell a languid young lady this gentleman, time with a who nppearcd engaged in holding on his mustuehe. With this couple Mr. .Valium trotted to tho very top of tho house und down again. "Adolphus, my dear," said tho lady. "Well, my dear?" "Don't you think theso ceilings nra Tory low? And then the back yard Is ro very small. And the dining room is co inconvenient. And I'm really afraid there are obuoxiuus insects in the bedrooms." "Bcally, ma'am," 6ald Nahura, brist stiff-lookin- i:i:k iiolsi: 10 i.i:t-)faco of tho old lady with g "Little tirant Hayes." "tlrant Hayes!" said the mother with mock solemnity. "1 never thought that a child of mine would have a Yankee for a sweetheart !" Tho little girl was sorely troubled. Shu sat gazing Into tho lire, her big brown eyes glowing with tho intensity of her thoughts. Then a reply occurred to her and she answered, slowly: "Hut, mamma, when we dits married I'll make a demotraek of him." It was an Inspiration so like the genius of woman that tho mother laughed and the sunshine came uguln. St. I.ouis Republic. Ono for His Nobs. "I saw you "Yes." drinking with Jackson "You'd drink with anybody, believe." "No; I wouldn't drink with you, unless by u miracle." "Indeed? And what would that miracle be?" "Your inviting rue'Truth. ." 1 inogony. The wny It ctrvisl and channeled Its course down the great western slope and Tc a-r'directly across the lines of the goologlc strata, making a)uut once in SO miles a fccene of grandeur nnd for tho rest of Its tLcourse a broad and fertile valley, furnishes to the scientific mind a study lu river making equaled in few places in the world and nowhere excelled. After passing the geologic "Island" on which C'iticiiinati stands and that great uutccliual arch of Niagara limestone which runs from central Kentucky north and a little east to and through Clarke county, HUSTON VILLE, KY., O., one passes In eastern Indiani out upon the eastern edgu of a region wheie all the strata incline to the west with an average American dip of about 15 feet to the mile. The rtult forj is that the rock which "crops out" in one Tho mallct, Pill In tho Worldly county U some DOU feet deep In tho next county to tho west, and new strata are per petually coining in. Tint-- one going west Aof rocniltln health in discovered InA on tho parallel of Cincinnati comes first . Ltn.vrjmvw P.ln B W i f 12 li i7 upon thu upper Silurian, then passes in JL UJ JL J3. in ti.e succe.ssinn the outcrop of each epoch CAVEATS. Ul lK. 1fT Kmr Devonian age, then tin Lawrence county, TRADS MARKS. Iiifl.j strikes the outcrop of the siibcur DE8ICN PATENTS, Ixniiferous the famous Indiana limestone C0PYRICHT8. ateJ 1 or Information nnd f roe Handbook wrlto to -- anti west of that Is in thu great Indiana Q In liver ulToctlons, tick Iirnilnrbe, ilys-- Q UUN.V &. CO, M HUOAUV.-AY- , Mnv VORE. ppila, flatulence, l.oHrtljurn, bilious und Illinois Loalllcld. Oldest bureau lor iwurlmj jistunts In Aaicrtc. colic, oruptluUA oC the Akin, ntul allgta Kvcry tcnt tnkon out Jiv n is bmualit bcfiiro Now, the line of outcrop of these strata is troubles of th bowels, tSiclr curat Iro lae puuuo uj a uoiics gi cu ireo oi ccarce la lag , from to south-southe- a mid so the primeval Ohio hail to tlnd a u.n C ffitlHVTWW or make a way directly across and at riu'it ISc. OlUce,S0A:41Iarkl,lare,X.Y. angles to them. It did both. I laving bnkeii Lsrrest circulation of nnr scientific pnpf r In tho O O world, splendidly Illustrate!. No Intclllirpnt through the rocky reef, It rolled In placid nan thonld bo without It. Wepltlr. H.'I.OU a Utility across the IJUorSKi miles of easy slopi. yoari Jlwdslx months. Atldress atf N.N A CO Vl'iiu'ucus Jiy 1 liroadwor, Nctt York cttr. to the next. There it turned, nsif with the great reptile, far to the noitli Instinct of a or south till it found a low trap or weak DO YOU EXPECT place lu the next, ntul breaking n way tluough that lolled on as before. At Au- TO BECOME A rora, Ind.. it encountered so tough a reef that it had to make a Hank movement of . yY. CREEN. Prop. to miles due south. Jit. t U'low Madison this movement had to !.e repented and on it much grander scale, but at Louisville it t run li conrectkn witn th Tm rial le, wb-creached a point w here the Doxouian shore n Mjcr Hcue, supplied with m U'gaii to turn to tlio south and west, atul the forming stream, turned back from AKewLotof Horses, Carriages, highlands was couielled t. Buggies, Wagons, wear n channel square across the Imrrit t MAKES CHILD BIRTH EASY v reef. The lesult was the so called "fulls of nil. ru.inier S'.ppl nnd is tetter than erer A v.j Hit jrc, Lcs.cns Lljcjsr, and bhortenj Labor. yiSefuM" with prrpAis the Ohio." Again the thinking movement was repented, and yet again, until on the " My wife suffered more In ten minutes FIRST-CLAS- S RIDS OK.ALL KINDS. Uuders of Spencer county the mighty cur-- . with her other children th.in oho did ab Tersonal and rent broke through the m(: .t ri t i. ,'ventu Wcddingi formidable togother with her last, after having used and thenceforth Unwed coinjuimilvely four bottlca of MOTHER'S FRIEND," I arlici atul It. i'iK. P. GRKEM, uuve.cd across the tni'lille lowla.id of the says n customer. AL, HUItNS,Mi.iL:r Proprietor. grout coslbtsln. DALC, Druggist, Carnri. 111. lltNUEUSON How little did the pioneer npj.reclatctl:e DO YOU WANT TO ADOPT A BABYl U'scon in cosmogony. And, still more, h w ; Sent bv exprws on receipt of price. J1.C0 per botlittle did tliey reulie the marvelous wealth j tle, liool: " 1 o Muthcik ''jinaited Iroe. MnylH) yriu think this is a now biHlnws, BHADFIEUD REGULATOR CO which a more practical generation was t en Jlntr nut Killi's en uppheutlon ; It hits lnt'n l ATLANTA, G.t douo betore, however, but nnver Imve tluue 0S And in tlio limestone at-ibt M. MUG<TS. f urulaliol txsi'ii so near the orighiHl Kiuiplena tho cool measures along the eastern cdirrul IhU one. Kirryotie will exelulni, "Weill the great Uiuu. Hut they did apprec.il. tbnt'd the sweetest Imby lever sawl" TbU' tnjrmvluK ean irlve little t lie most tin the beauty. How could even you butu fuiut idea uf tbeeiquisJtcorlslnal, tutored fail tu see it The Ohio isand itl r .4.tEn ways will lo The oiigliud Mi iw U U 18 5 ami word, of which "Ohio" Is a poor tri'is A 'T.31 f NJia to have meant "Oh, look literation. MS'tns Mr.JC.Jonesof Fulton, Ark.,saysof at it!" and with more refinement, and per "About ten years ago I Imps hiuher apprecinti.iti. the l'rt'i.ihof the .& fitltV tnictcd ti bovoi'tmisoof blooil ;. X Hi!k seventeenth c.nt'ir.i named it Kivicre. The Knglisli retmutsl the I'muli poison. Lentliug physicians prescribed lint lies for the lew posts, but wherever pos- mo.licino after inedictno, which I took sibly lestoivd tlie Indian nauie of lite w ithout auy relief. I also tiied mercustreams, and h) we hne the tnuical tide rial uud potash remedies, with uusuu- of Ohio. Civilization lias in no degree lessened its lsNtiity, ami as I lately flouted down thu stream, and from tin) steamer dsjk viewed theewr aiyitig pauoraiiiaof buhl bltitr, valley farm ami locky el ill', it CPRful rosnU,lut which brought on an seemed far tm.ro loely than it ditl 3D years uttuuk of moicnri'l rlioumatisin that my life ono of ngony. After pnf-crhj mado ago. I said, did not tealize four years I gnvo up all remedies The pioneers, as the natural wealtli of southern Indiana. and commenced using S. S. S. After As tliu country was, so were tho people.1 taking several bottles, I was entirely On the level uplands a sturdy nice founded curM nnd ablo to rcKitmo work. good communities; in the rocky hollows the BvjSJSRJjH It tho greatest mediciuo for " I'M A UAIBV." y on outcast "poor whites" of the south, tho pa CSslS blood poisouiug ro nr riahs of the westward moling swarm, tuo market." uition iil I. Tlie little darllnir ifftsiimilnat found a congenial home. Across central pillow, nnd H In the net of drawing otf its Treatijo on Wood ami PUIn I)ieifa nulled a)iuc IniRaiia fiom cast to west extends a toll1 fre;. ..)cl,, the has been Swiit Si ttllio Co., Atlanta, Cia. i oil air I tliiuir mate of ivlilch tihiniphantimllett eoo. iistlo with n gently rolling belt of land ably level or i The tlo.sli tlutri nn jwrfect, mid t he e i follow pcrlm'tn iiidlcs wide. The southern lioidi r you, no mutter ivhere you stand. of this wonderfully fertile belt of laud is thu prentist iKiintlturof Ida Wiuiitti tlm most txi limit id of modern aUo thrsoiithurn line of that glacial drift life, nro to he jriven to Hiom pnlntersof baby which covctvd all the rugued and miky who subirlbo to Demorest's Family Mio skeleton of ii.it me w ilh an iiiiineiiscdepo-.- t r'n" fir l'M. Tho reuruduetions eunnot bo told trotu tlio original, which eo--- t giOO. ami of gravel and yillmv clay, deeply overlaid nro tho sitmij sizo 17x- -.' Inehrs . Tin habyla with a rich allui ial soil. South of this the life slz.. and nl 'iiutely llfellKe. We have streams have to descend with torreiilHi also in ii'ruirritiou, to iretnt to our gub fcrlbeisiihitlii'TKsl, other ureal iivtunsliy to reach the low level of t'n precipitation nehurtutinlVrey .Monui,.Muud Humrhivy, Ohio. Along the hanks of these wi!i, Louis Ueai lui'np, nud ether! of wc streams settled the coon hunters and renown. Tulio only two esiimpU'b of what we did durlmr the pan. year. "A Yard of "King" diggers, the foam of an advancing and "A White llouto fivbld" by IIhj cliilizatiou, moit of which foam has sin wlfeof PixMi.lent Hiirrbou, uud jou will seo CURES KOTjggG gUT PILES, what our proml.ses ami Missouri and the rolled on to Illinois rhoso ho FiitHerllK) lor Demorfxt's Family great plains. will josssn palleiyol The small remnant remaining was of the' A SURE and CERTAIN CURE Slayazlue for 1Hart of i,rvat vnue, befldeii a worln of least enterprising sort, and when their Miipizlno that cannot bo eoualed by any hi known for IS years 33thoOEST ways of life became intolerable to their the world for Its beautiful illustrations and REMEDY KOR PILES. tulijeet matter, tli it will keep ovcr one testneighbor the natural result was "White IVrp.rd hf IlllllUinvOX HLlllflXC TO., ST. UlflS. ed on r.ll tho topics or the day. atid all tho Caps." lu the olden time w hen local priiii , fads uud dlUeroni items of lutervrt about the liousvlio'.d, lHi'lrs furnlihlnir Intcreutlnir was strong, we of the level section Ued to ro: 'In? matter, both irravo atid pay. for tho speak of these"kni)bs"asthelaiid of locks, j HOST IX Qfl.MIIT. KEbTl.lQllUTT. whole luir.ily; and while PetaoreM'a la not fist llu'hts and ignorance, and our humor-- i a fusiilr.iiMaxaj!lii lu fashion iwikts areper-feet.n- i: I we you, (rtt of crt, all the patUts told with elTiislie niiitli of districts to ne during tho jear, und terns j on where "they t tin the children down with' In unvslzo jou choow. Send in your dog once a mouth to put clean clothes o i ' ouce, only S2, und you will really 3 In value. Adilresa the publUber. KOt over them." They can nllord to laugh at us ' W. Jennlngri Deuiorest. 15 V.At 11th fit., New now, for their hard woods have brought i Vorlf. If you are unneiualntts;i with th great gain, their fruit farms are more prof .send 10 forti npucluitu eopy itublo than our grain, and in tho westerly sections tho rock and tnincralsaro teaching ft B mrzti 1C3fi TCra ZZ? again tlie old, (.M lesson that the niut sol , .M mTAiW OHuii AZ& a . often aiUcs. Id and enduring cliill.ation t,f li 't,T "iu',u "r " ( ct n T' , ivin i. un'' vx rnuu", iu i nil', pop- i iuiv) whero at liist the snuggle with uatiirt; i.tni,,.1 piuui mulo "I tlio lMui. nu.l i seems hardest. J. II. Ucaum. j iiuuu.i-mua sparaiuu uti'j .j n r " u. .i.l olieiiiii iii ilia nu te'iicH(ii rami. 'to l rtraua. vlr: Oi r,an v.iilii.i: t' led all Worm Remedies. t Durinu the football eason of lsW-;ii- a l'aaercjrikl iuiM.tuus'i'aiiUli'laaccr. i . (!n.i Ailolln I'atli. ana Mr. rt t iin.ti Great Hritaln there were 'Jl deaths on t.." EVERY BOTTtE GUARANTEED. W - ll'iucicuuit tlio popular baaiitr... field or resulting 'row football accidents, itderato NKW VOltK MUMC.VI. SOLD EVERY WIIKKK. J KCIIO. HrunawavThrnire HiiPiIIt N, Y SO broken legs, 13 broken arms, 25 broken tWar! r IUCIUHnIH MKItirnVn II.. HT. MHH. i wamxmmmt mmammtmmm collarbones und V, other Injuries. ;faCf3S0858ScaKaa ii.1i L s? &,,.. ,Tctij, y s uuxs&istsrcx. &. wa.c&frtesz? ?Zt7?if &sz K uc 3U CUL L- 'Uz6 c, .. . --s - JAKES OOOOGOCIOO THE SECRET oyi V I1YI , JScientiflo Tiny Liver ' &k notth-northwe- O O Q O 3IVERS HOUSE MOTHER? LXTTEHY STABLE "Mothers' Friend" wiU-kntw- !! b.u-rie- r p-- i , s ' il , ' m t, ft F3sS nL T" ? tH; con-oSSii- Ii f RHEUMATSli ig ' to-du- I ... Tlieexnui-iItorcrolui:tloiw- of TABLER'S UOKEY El rLL OINTIIEHT o Pun-len- ," . im-ni- I WI.-M- Has VEBiiFIIE FOR 20 YEARS n WHITE'S ORBM Uuvr.-iiJuo- , 1 -- . -- l- f JnL L A lUL. ' .JlMV . .." j T t- -- - .v. - .i 'J T Wrw "P? ij ij mytL.iiai 't T"l 'T" "' '"lH",i J' I' 'Jl wu X7 l CHINESE MAFIA. The Highbinders Are Again on the Warpath. i i Barret Pase Now Flnst rrlnted IlotrMon-KolULeaders Are Making Conrta aud Law a Mockery lu San Francleru Geary Law In a New Light. n corrmonT, 1H1 Now that the Geary registration law has boon declared constitutional, the Chinese highbinders, after a few months' discreet silence, are again on the warpath as if determined to make up for lost time. They are particularly hostile just now to the Chinese Six Companies, the consul and everybody who, during tho last twelve months, Recommended with the xv. Had it not been for this advice there is little doubt that they would have procured registration certificates at a time when these documents went a begging. Now comes the threat of again. tho collector of inland revenue in San When some wrong is done by one soFrancisco that the first arrests under ciety to another and redress has been indicate his renunciation of allegiance to the Tartars, who first introduced that appendage into China, and dresses in the costume of the Ming dynasty. A cup of wine is then prepared, the tip of the neophyte's finger is pierced with a silver needle and u drop of blood is allowed to mingle with the wine which is then drunk by the members present, symbolizing his admission Into tho blood relationship. Incense and sacrifice are then offered before tho high altar, a rooster's head is then cut off and while the blood flows the neophyte swears allegiance to the Tong and imprecates death by decapitation upon himself if ever thnt oath is broken. The doors are kept guarded, no one is allowed to pass without giving the required sign, and woo to tho spy who under pretext of becoming a member seeks to discover the secrets of the Pong. The popular belief Ls that some such attempts have been made by persons who huvc paid the penalty of their curiosity nnd have never been seen fcl r THK INITIATION OF I JL 2C0VICX. He is on his way is Lee Chuck to China, a rich man. The governor of California ought to be able t,o tell why this villain only served a year and a half in prison for a diabolica1 Such gross miscarriages ol crime. justice shake a Chinaman's faith in out judicial system, and ho does not often air his grievances in our California courts. In these highbinder feuds that occasionally disturbs the peace of California Chinatown it is curious to notice how one side will avoid incrlml nnting the other. They avoid the police and soem determined to keep their squabbles out of the courts if possible, hike two quarrelsome schoolboys thej slip up some back street and light it out. They do not want to be meddled with. One morsel of satisfaction can be gathered from the fact that nearly all the victinixof tlie- -t feuds are bloody men who in nine ousesout of ten would never get their deserts in a court of law. The courage displayed in these fights discounts the traditional opinion that '1 he a Chinaman is a coward in war. average highbinder does not know V bribery; thirty thousand dollars had been contributed to save his neck, und the money was spent with the result that he had three trials beforo he wn convicted. Ire wus sentenced to fiftj yenrs in the state's prison, lint where When the smoke clears away his mangled body is found and lifted into the ambulance. The highbinder is determined to take no chances and waste no money in San Francisco courts. He has his own notion of California judges and juries and persists in believing that courts are lax and verdicts given to the side that has the longest purse. The notorious assassin, Leo Chuck, whose photograph is above, murdered Yin Yuen ntmiddsy on the public street in Sun Francisco about three years ago. He was caught There wus no doubt whatever of his guilt. It was a crime, without a shadow of excuse. Yet jury after jury disagreed. Documents were captured by the grand jury showing wholesale red-hande- d. cold-bloode- UTrnvr LCiHinry. eleut lintjof h Co , rr.'frs. and Jobber of My mother, Mr. Kite Dudderar, turned Irom the cities with an linery, embracing Just re ml 33 AIJL, THE NOVEL.TIES willhvc lull control. 33 36 youths clothing, No. 51 Philadelphia, Ta. Rest gelding 4 years old and ivrr. .. . 2300 J jo to first, $5 pair of hip boots to 2d. Special premium by Colihester Rubber Co. Colchester, Conn. mn' aud North 3d st. TSX ApVOCATI Comes to you every other day la Jhe year for only $a. Thncncapest and best piper in Kentucky 50c gels it three months, Address Tiik Advocate, Danville, Ky. THOROUGHHREDs! 34 Best Of the ei"n, o( which tho She alio engaged a FIEST-CLAS- S Call and examine my dock of Millinery before hnylnj; ami leave your order for your ilrcie. Thanking you for pait favori we lolicll tame t, MAKY DAVIS DUDDERAR. JA.MF.S YKAC.ER. d THOMAS YEACER. 37 YEAGER & YEAGER, uvm, nil m m mau Opera IIouk rirtt-cla- it 39 STANFORD, E.Y. We are In our new stable in the Block and are will aupiilied with NEW RIQS.AND HORSES llnvebecti purchased and notblnf.'but urnoutt will leave the liable. u 41 Give tli cm a Cnll. -- riu: 41 Lincoln Co.Stock Fair Will be held on Ha ground -:- at 42 STANFORD, Ihunday 6Q5T - KY., thoronghortd suckling colt either sex io oo llest stallion or mare t year and over .. 10 ou The finest fruit belt of New Mealco. No fall llest yearling either set, with one stan lire in crops under irrigation If properly attended to. All fruits grown in California can be gron dard cross. Season .0 Ilelmont Chlif eept nr.snges and MtlevSjo per acre 011 10 years' lemons. 50 00 f6o S; 3 to time, at 6 per cent. Call on or address, Special premium by j. I' Crow, pro R. CM ORGAN, D I). S.. Lincoln Stock Farm, McKin-neprietor aianioru, Ky. Ky. 00 llest boy rider under 12 years Suit by C D. Portwood, the clothier and lurnlsher, banvtlle, Ky , $3 and S3 added by the association. llest combined stallion any age 3 $23 to first, $10 to second l!et rocktiway mare or gclditip to be .... M 00 driven to rockaway S12 30 to first, j 30 to second. Special preitlutn by llrown, Forman Co., distillers of and dealers in fine Kcntuiky whiskies. llest combined mare or gelding any age 20 o Sis first, $3 to second. Special premium by Lowmaii's Sons, lmorfcrs and jobbers, men's lurnlsh-Iri- r goods, manufacturers of the celebrated fountain shirts, drawers and ocralls. No. no and lit Pearl St., and', Trimmer, CiiKiunatk, Ohio. Represented by All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and re James T Canon, ivairnl In first-- , last style Plain and ornamental Uestlauy tider ... 10 ou Signs Satisfaction guaranteed In both workman-shi- p Special premium by II II Danks, and price Shop on main street. over.Wm. Daugherty's blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky the rutiMic jeweler ami (nigra) er, -tauford, Ky. ......... 10 llest mate and cell either sex the Special premium by J. T. Iverse ahoer of DanvlHr, Ky Tint ting horses a spcla'ty. TliPoo Valley. t.rr y, JOHN B. DcNARDI. ' 1 Carriage Painter N-u- Af TT and Friday KAN Y SADDLE KINC. WRIFK IOK CATAl.Or.UK. OFFICERS. "l -l J. the law, as poon as instructions are received .from the treasury, will be the highbinders and bad characters, of whom he has a list. Tho founders of Chinese highbinder societies were political refugees who, having made several unsuccessful attempts to overthrow the present Tartar dynasty in China, "had to flee to distant lands to save their necks. They originally formed a society called the Friad association nnd established themselves on the l'acific coast under the name of the Chee Kung Tong, or ''the Chamber of High Justice." Wherever this brotherhood has found a footing In the eastern cities it is known as tho Yec Hing society, or "Society of Righteous Brethren." As a revolutionary organization conspiring against the government of China, it has long been practical!' dead.and.while still retaining its old nomenclature and forms, it has ceased to plot against the emperor of China and has degenerated it is said into a secret society of assassins and blackmailers. Professing to be a benevolent association and as .such incorporated under the laws of thu state of California, it is declared to be in reality a star chamber, an organized band of villains W. OKKbM, A. M. I'KNCK. C. WAI.ION. SVcretar- -F T Embry, W II Shanki, Audtunti. F. Mct'LARY. Tnaiurer-- W PrcMent-- E V WOODS refused, or when a woman has been 'stolen from a house of ill fame and her kidnapers have either refused to restore her or pay Iter ledemption money and the damages claimed; or when one society in its blackmailing raid poaches upon another's preserves and collects money irom a house over which it has no control, there follows a little war. The hostile bands select their soldiers and arm them for the fray. Tho feud that raged in San Francisco Chinatown a few months ago In which several Chinamen lo'.t their lives arose from a quarrel over the abduction of a woman from a Chinatown den opened by one of these societies. When it is remembered that there are sixteen thousand Chinamen in San Francisco and only about two thous sand Chinawomen; that are fallen women; that the price of a Chinawoman uverages about S2,r00, and that the law forbids the importation of Chinawomen even of the virtuous class to the I'nited States, it can easily be understood how jealousies, quarrels and bloodshed take pluee in a qnarrel where the bachelors are so numerous and the females so few and of such commercial value. three-fourth- I'. F sandidge, It. II. llronauKh, 11. ' DIRECTORS Moreland, William I J. K. W.Gitviit, I.)iin, M llruce, V. I.. MeCany, J. R. I.. Hubble, J.W. (Jiven, II. II King, T. I.. Shelton, J. K llaughman. E. r arris, Samuel M. Owens, TrMM U Yeagtir, A. E Hundley, E I. Wo,ds, I 11. lUiighman. FIRST DAY. 5i llest mare mule colt. Special prmemm by E W, I.iltard, Druggist, l)anvilli( Ky. .... 10 0 llest horse mute colt llest mwle any age IJ OJ Ju 50 te first, it 50 toscuud. I JACKS. 4 m oo 4t llest saddle mare or gelding any age $15 te first, ? to serend pedal premium by J. 11 Rnbards, the leiding liveryman, Danville, Ky ... 130. 44 llest walking mate er gelding . Ju.joto first, t,$o to setonl Special piemium by I im Murphy, the riagr maker, Danville, Ky 13 tj llest dmhIcI stallion, maie or gelding Sla 3to first, $ oto secothl Special premium by 11 .Si Sam l.)en, debtors In ready made .lothlng, gents -- ATfurnishing gooes, etc , Danville, Ky 46 llest dttubteteain, speed, style and dull. Jesso Thompson's Shop, bllity cop'ideied, rcgarxlless of set, T here are three of the best llsr'iers in the Stat . ... color or ownership j" " Ihrre are also csiellent Hath Rxims run In coa icito first, flu to second Agent Inr I eiingtqn Steam Laundry nectinn Special premium by llarsey Helm, attorney at Law, Stanford. 1AKK THK erk saddle stallion, ma-- e or 47 llest New " gelding SiS to firM, Ji t second, 2 ' 4I llest fancy saddle marc Sis to (lrl, Ss to nvwoi' Speilal preroluin l.y W, I' Walton, (?t6Uftviut H:waiTiCniCaCoCiv(b- proprietor Imkh kJ ksii Steam tLJ'lttlh c tOt." xz&r ri-rmsr !;t fi Barber ..... Printerv. 49 2 ,t SWEEPS I AkK ROADSTER llest stallion, mate or gelding, speed, st)le and durability considered ( to first, Js to nd, list) third THE POPULAR AND DIRECT o-- LINK TO . Ht'U IS Fa &MM ears old and 6 llest jack j IS 7 llest jack any atfe i 50 In first, J1.50 to second. I S llest jennet under a years ... 10 llest jennrt 7 years and over. t by Ea;le 10 llest suckling cell either sc llinl If Jh season to Kagle Hird to ist, ! season to jack to tccnd. iin-'i- )juk under I yeir Hot jack year eld and under 1 . .. . 1 .. . ., r io co 10 M POSTED. This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen am) others not te trespass on our lands without per mission, as all sn.h will be promoted to the lull est estentof the taw. Signed D NKWI.AND. V. H. HAVS. O C LON 1 CIKOAilJ), wJiVi's WEST uUd WDHTMj-W)lsJS- T. Ofl CO M. LACKOWir. WORLD'S FAIR Visitors, rrmemlcr tho Motion is the line, with Veiilonled '1 rains, Dining Cars, 1'alice Chair Cars, I'ullman Iluffct Sleepers, al sow est rates. For Information addreis IAS IIARKFR.G p W O CKUSH.II. P A , A FRED IIAt'MANN. L HORSK3 1'Olt HARNESS l'L'RPOSKS. FAC MMII.K OK .MI'MnKHhlllP TICKKr IN THK CHKK KINO TOMI IIIOllMNUKIt ! CIKTs. II llest celt either se i llest Stallion, mare or gcMmg MRS M A. MARTIN I I. IIKCK. T C HALL R Willi E. Chleiro Louisville ij 14 15 I 4 n i i i ii" Ib'b- - what fear is. The writer has seen them stand unmoved with the bullets whistling around where a European would turn pale. liven when lying on the ground mortally wounded the wounded man has been known to raise his head, take aim, fire a parting shot at his fleeing antagonist and then resigned himself to the ambulance. At the hospita.1 he 111 bear pain without anesthetics and without a groan die content, if assured that money has been provided to say iluddhist masses for his soul. The ticket above printed is the first reproduction of a secret membership certificate ever made public. It says on top: "Office of the Yee." Tho octagon contains a mass of secret signs and pass words which only the initiated can understand. One stanJi hns with difficulty deciphered and roughly versified is:' In-e- n year and under a. ,r . . Ik'st marc years and under 3 lltst mare years and under 4 . . Sis 30 to first, Ss.jo to mioihI. llest reare 4 ears and over IS to fir.il,, $3 tC second Special premium by Yrager & Yeager Icadmi; liver) men, Stanford, Ky HORSKS KOR SADDLE I'URl'oM.S iom io 15 on DR. W. B. PENNY Farmers Rgnk&Trnst OF STANFORD, KV Is now , Co o Dentist. Olbce South sidt Main iiiwi, in oflict recea vacated by Dr. I. F Hufliuan, Stanford, Ky lull; orjsnued and ready lor business tvito o 00 Paid up Capital of 8urplus, . $200,000. -- '0000. iA HeM 17 coltclthrrsei Heat Stallion, mare or Ktldice, old and under a y... I m o yeat .... IS llrst 11 m.iiva)eara and under 3 U joto firtl. J v toseciind. mare U o tt$a iUjsViNa Tv ix.. THE JEWELER. -- A "Vr vT r SUCCKSSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, Now clcaing up) with the same aistts and under I he same management, lly provisions of its chatter, depositors arc as fully protected as am depositors In National Hanks, its shareholders being held individual! tiahle to the estent of the amount of their stock therein at tht par value thereof, la addition Ic the amount invested in such shares It may act as eiecutnr, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as in individual Io those who entrusted their bulsincss to us while mnaglng the Lincoln National Ilaak of Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt amotion to same, our twenty years' eipcnoncc ia banking and as liberal accommodations as are with sound banking coa-siste- nt 0 I iff - lfe7 "The uijutlc sfctin Inicrltwd below No stranger e'er diicovern, Hretlircti alone these xecrets know. Hut tell them not to other. ' i.W oJ V ' ir The foot of the ticket gives the following particulars: "Ticket issued to Chau Ah Tak of the township of San Wei, China, who has paid dues amounting to 3S. "Dated 10th year of Teen Wan, the Wing month and '."Jnd day. "(Signed) Huey Sam, mother chief; Leony Chung, champion; An Wall Foom, patriarch." David Wf.ciisi.kil Stub Knil nf Thought. , o under 4 . . 15 to first, J5 to Special premium by A nbblc. proprietor ef thu Inlchtr House, llic leading hotel of Danville M Hot marc 4 ear old and over is 00 J to first, Js to sreotid and uni llrnt pliacion pony mS hand 10 00 . der Special premium by Dr A. b I'rice, the leading tlentift of Stanford, K. it fancy turnout, mare or icldln, dnrn a ' by lady and gentloman Sis to first and fs to second Spe.-u-l premium by W II Mcl!L- - -rts, the leading druggist, 01 Stanford, Ky. IJeM 1 tytarsand ' STANFORD, : Stock Most Complete ... .... 'ElkQHS nor ku NNS ffikir QsV'::r MKSCtOMS: J i HORSES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES a,j WW, OILVERWAH-. l ro:mtAJ3s or iuoinwNm.us iakkn from tiik hoouk's oam.khv of ran FUANC18CO. The devil always presides at church controversies. en because 35 llest stallion or gilding a ears and under j Special premium by I (J. Adler, lead, ing dealer in line harness and saddlery, DanWIIe. Ky. l!i't Stallion 3 tears and under 4 tis to first, js to second Special premium by A II. Robertson A llro., dealers in'dry goods, notions, fine shots, t tc , ladies and children's Danville, Ky llest stallion 4 jears old and Over f jo to first, $3 to second. Williams, Ml. Vernon; J. M. Hail, Stanford ; J. S, Owsley, Stanford, S.J Kmbry, Stanford ; J K. I ynn, Stanford; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Uooi.h, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgcville, Ky. I J c 11, anarisi, rresiacni, Dr. J H. Rock Jiottom Prices. Prompt S55 10 oo personal attention given to repair work. One call will convince you that this is the place to trade. Owsley, Cashier, W. M Hrlght, Teller. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY, i; o crab Orchard Capital Stock Surplus $200,000 20,000 f -- f. I of iron and terrorizes over th celestials in this country. It was to check the growing power and despotism of the society that other rival bodies called Tongs were formed, of which the principal are the "Hip Song Tong," or "Hall of Victorious Union;" the "Hop Sing Song," or "Hall of Associated Conquerors;" tho "Sui On Tong," tho "Sui SingTong," and about fifteen other secret societies, some of which protect and derive their income irom the dens of prostitution, others and others exfrom the gambling-densist purely and simply to blackmail and to oppress thos who are supposed to be in any way objectionable. Their rites of initiation are very terrible. The candidate for admission kneels before the altar of Kwan Kung, the god ossed swords are laid in front of wa of hln , and a naked sword is held abov his head while he takes the oath ef allegiance to tho chief of the Tong and tows to carry out his commands. Ja the Chee Kungr Tong, the most powerful secret society in California, the candidate plaits his queue to , that rules our Chinatowns with a rod When a feud breaks out between two societies as occurred lately between the Sui Sing Tong and the Sui On Tong it means war to the deatii. The one Mvears to exterminate the other. It matters not when or where a foe on the street, or in thu store, at night or in the day time, bang go the reckless of the danger to passersby. As soon as the victim falls tho weapon is thrown away, tho murderer dives down some ulley und is soon lost to sight in the thickly crowded rookery. The police have a station in the heart of Chinatown. In u minute after the first fusillade they are on the spot, but not a trace of the assassin can be found. A crowd of bewildered people gather round but give no Information. If anyone should dare to giro information to the police he would be marked out for violence. But tho opposite side knows who the assassin is and they've got him on the list. He may hide away for months, but he is not forgotten. Some day he comes into the daylight Suddenly a volley that sounds like firecrackers startles the whole street. np-pear- s, Great theologians don't go to HeavROADSTER RI.NC, they are great theololicit mare or geldingany age .... ai gians. $50 to fit it. Sic. to second and $10 to A man who will starve in this conn-trthird. Speed, style and durability deserves to. considered. When a man has passed his three Special premium byjl'. W. (Jrtcn, score and ten lie thinks less of time and pioprietord the Mjcrs House. Fineillvery and splendid bar more of eternity. attached. A rose in the hand isn't always a y n 7s 00 SPRINGS. 1 his lamed bummer Rttsort, with its rose. Love laughs at locksmiths, because locksmiths have been In love themselves. because He knew He could not pick out a gown to suit her. Hefore saying an unkind thing of one think how you would like to have it said of you. A flower has nothing to do but look pretty und be sweet. Detroit Free J'ress. -- 27 Dollars are delightful. The Creator created woman .. Sweepstake. s.iddle(slallmn fjo to third, Sijo to first, S5 10 $i$ to fourth, t mislilcration, spwd, style, form and Ifaits 30c co Healing Wators and.stfal Surroundings, unat-tlre- d SECOND DAY. HI USES FOR SADDLE 1'URPOSfcS. yearn and under 3 i,5o to first, ? jo to second. stallion 3 years and under 4 29 Sis to first, is to second. 3) llest stallion 4 years jold and over $o to first, s to second. aS Is Now Open for tlie Reception of GueHts. Health and pleasure seekers will find this 15 00 20 00 23 uo Heit itillion Bt APT ADMIRABLE PLACE To recover their wonted health and energies and at the same time secure quiet, home. like fire at Work's for III Friend. She What makes you think he loves me so desperately? Simplex O, a thousand little things! He always looks pleased, for instants, when you slcg and ploy. Life. JIORfeES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES. 3 31 Reasonable Rates. lr ce or Board from S; to $ia perweek. Fo further information apply to GUS HOFMANN, Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Ky. J i years and under 3 Sn.c to;firt, S2.30 to second. llest gelding 3 jears and under 4 1 J jo overcoat tujfint, J5 to second. Special premium I y Frack llros. A llest geldinjf 13 cO 23 00 Attention of the public is invited to th that this is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of tht National Bank Art depositors are secured not only by tho rinit.i stock, but bv the stockholders liability for . amount equal to the stock, so that deno.iin.. this institution are secured by a fund of J4 Five sworn statements of thecnndilion of are made each earto the United States meutand lis assets are caamined at staled times by government agents, thus securing addilitona sndperfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established ai lb Deposit Hank of Stanford in 183B, then rer.ao lied as the National Hunk of Stanford in 1M1 and again re.prgaoiied as the First National Hank of 1M1, had practically an uninterrupted existence of 11 years. His better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt' ly and liberally than ever before in its long ar honorable career, Accounts of corporations Tfldt; cianes, firms and Individuals respectfully 'solif. The Directory ol this Hank is composed of Horesus Reid, Lincoln county , S, T. Harris, Lincoln; G, A. Lackey, Liocoln; J.W. Hayden, Stanlord; S.H. Baughman.tLincoln; J. S. Hocker. Stanford; W. A. Trll.blo, Stanlord; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; o T. P. Hill, Stanford. K.L. Tanner, McKinncy; M.J. Miller, Ml. Veraa-- J C. Hocker, President;! JohB J. McRoberu, Cashier; A. A. McKlnney, Asiutant Casfcltr. .ov," PJJJ .. . -. ,4!lt?JU4 Vj&sV4fi (4$$ iJSl' s " T wrrMV Semi-Week- Ynnn nrrntint. In ilnp. Plnn rail and MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Whitk Sewing Machine, goad m new, settle It at once. A. A. Warren. Apply at this oflice. James Beswick, n widower of 33, ready and wait hotter, hotter'n'ell. That's the and Mrs. Sallie Beswick, a widow of 23, Hot, Your account is ripe, 1893 Idr. Please cull and settle. W. H. Wear-e- way to compare the weather of yester- celebrated the Ith by getting spliced, in July tJTAKFOKD, Kt., t and still a heating. this county. A Co. day. It was H. C. McDowell, Jr., son of th ColKent. fc Co.'b circus, which showed E. C. Walton, Business Manager Uxdbrtakkr Huffman furnished a lector nt Lexington, and Miss Elsie, here in June, stranded at Kvansvillc, casket yesterday for the daughter of Henry Royle Clay,, of Ind. It deserved its fate. daughter of Wm. Melton, who died of Tenn., were married Wednes PERSONAL POINTS. ly Interior Journal for Bale. i B So every one says, but there is no reason why n red-ho- m m three-year-o- ld Rog-prsvill- e, Miea Alici Holmus ia vihitinK in Dan- ville. Mr. W. 0. Myers is very low with typhoid fever. Mim I'm ma Kaih, of Hartford, is Hocker'e. Mhs. W. J. Davis, of Danville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Will Moreland. Miss Sli Holt left Wednesday to stay Botne time with her aunt, Mrs. J. B. Owens, at HarrodsbtUK. Mim Suk I.A6I.XV and Mr. Tom Lasley attended the Lexington CliautMUipia Wednesday and yesterday. Joe 0. JosKffhos none to l'inevillu to continue the reading of law in the ollice of hla brother-in-law- , 0. V. Riley, Mm. L. K. Farib, of Lexington, and Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hussting, of Horner-seare visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe II. Bout. Mu. A. K. Guidons and wife, of Danville, spent the 1th with Mr. and. Mrs. W.T.Smith and Mr. and Mrs. G. A Peyton. Bowman Owknb wants it put in the paper that Watt Uardin Sallee and Julius OwenaSallee, of Marrodsburp, are on a visit to him. Miss Allik Ilnmi.r, who hns been visiting Mrs. Alice Cloyd and MIsh Belle Cash, led Wednesday to attend the Chautauqua at Lexington. Mu. Gfs Hofmann, of Crab Orchard Spring, and Mr. S. W. Moody, general agent of the Equitable Life Insurance Co , who is boarding with him, were Mr. Moody wan master here yenterda ofceremonies at the celebration Tuesday and win much complimented. His lire works exhibition was very tine. 'i. t, CITY AND VICINITY. Takk your repaird to eler. - D.mkH, the Jew- Thy the ;Wd.iy Bros. sjHtem mIu McKinney Biniikh twine for Raughman. Kkk cheap. disturb the tranquility th.it reigued J. H. preme. day. for coal now so as brain disease. Congressman Breckinringe emphatto get the benefit of the low summer Will Thomas and Henry and Ike ically denies the report that he is to be rates. Higains ft Watts. Iogan, all colored, were lined $5 and married. People will talk, you know, costs each in Judge Carson's court yes and widowers come in for nt least their It is semi annual Hettlini; time. Pleaee and disorderly con- - full share. do me the favor to pay your account. 1 terday for drunken duct. Forty-fiv- e years ago James McGill need the money. II. C. Bnpley. m and Miss Biddie Hayden,of Parkersburg, Giv-e- ns It is reported that George Miller "Xonk but competent and Hober men" and Judge Stephen Rurch have been W. Va., quarreled and he went West. for appointment under stand any show promised good gauger and storekeeper There was no communication between Collector Hodes. No whisky soaks, or also told that for the three them and each supposed the other dead, even those who tarry but a short time places. It is distillery places in Boyle there are ,105 till recently Jim was possessed of a longat the bowl, need apply. applicants. Wns there ever such an ex- ing desire to see his Biddie of the long ago. He came East, found her still sin A sii.vir dollar is now worth intrins hibition of the itch for oihee? m mm gle and faithful, asked her to marry biro, icaliy but 53 cents, but we still take them 'Squikk Smilky is getting in his work. she assented, the knot was tied and now nt par. Two of them will get the Intk-iiio- h He sent another man to jail yesterday Journal for a year and you could for 10 days and fined him $25 for carry they are at the World's Fair, taking in the eights and billing and cooing like a not invent to a better advantage. ing a concealed w eapon, George Raldock, pair of turtle doves. He is G5, she 00, Fob Mali. I will otler for Bale to the who is said to be a very bad one. Mar- but age has not withered or custom stalhighest bidder, July 10th, about 1 o'clock shal J. T. Dever, who brought him hith- ed their affections and they are as spoo)'. t., 17 Bliares of atock in Stanford & er, says he will have to worn out a fine ny ns in their adolescence. Hulls Gap Turnpike Co. it. S. Lytle, for disturbing the peace at Hustonville, A most horrible crime is reported when he gets through his term in the administrator J. A. Ly tin's estate. from Bard well. Mary and Ruby Ray, sweat box here. L. M. Dryk has been appointed to a 1G and 12 respectively, started out to pick Unsettled. Capt. Frank Harris, chief blackberries. A short time afterward derksl'ip in the custom house at 1Oiiis-vill- e, on recommendation of Surveyor train dispatcher, tells us that as yet the they were found in the bushtB with their Collier, who ia trying to gel his friends company is experimenting on changes throats cut from ear to ear. A sheriff's placed before ho goes hence finally him- - in order to adopt those most beneficial. posse is scouring the country in search No improvements have been made at of the unknown fiend who committed mm and it is rumored the deed. The receipts for freight at the Stanford Lebanon function that the plan now is to make South Loudepot average 33,500 a month and for We would call attention to the adverexpress between $100 and fr00. This is isville the terminal point and put the tisement of Science Hill Academy in this improvements there. If this is done the dull season, but Mr J. S. Rice, the issue of our paper. Science Hill is the yet blossom as of yore. agent, says that business is holding up Rowland may oldest school for women in the South, well. J. A. Given?, who is affectionately and it never did better work than it is teach- known by his intimates as "Jim Bob," now doing. Send for catalogue containWastid. An experienced male ing full particu'ars. y for sheriff er for the princlpalahip of the Crab Or- is regulorlj announced chard public school. The school usual- in our candidates' column. Mr. .Givens NEW ADVERTISEMENT. ly enrolls ltX) to IW pupils. Address at was a member of thu democratic county once R. H. Rronaugh, W. E. Perkins or committee for years and has always been : Geerge Lee James, Crab Orchrrd. in the democratic cause. a wheel-hors- e (or office and This is his first time to ask having claimt aviiiHt the ctute Tiik Ith was one of tho cnlme.st and he feels like he will not be disappointed. J All person will prctent them prupcrly proven cl A, l.)tle lo most restful days that the few people He is a mighty good man, we make bold me fur settlement Thote indebted to nl eitale will plcuc call and itttlt left in town ever enjoyed in Stanford. to say. ,f K.S. LYTLE, A.lmr, Rut for the tire and a runaway horse or two there would have been nothing to Still a Fi'hitive. Odie Paul, the man . to-da- ii Place your orders You : C51 - Should : Suffer, Ml ir-- i When we have a large stock of Dimities, Irish and other Lawns and a complete line of Linens and Nansooks, Fans and other umm ; i F Articles for ladies, while for the men we have a good stock of Luster and other Summer Coats, all of which we offer at LOW PRICES. HUGHES & Also Ladies' and Gents' Summer UNBEBWEAR, Of high and low grades, TAE. B. PREW1TT. B. D. KING. GEORGE KING & PRE WITT. MORELAND, KY., We have opened up a nice line ol Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, which enables us to make very low prices. Salt $1.70. Miss Lizzie Myers has opened up Dress Making over our store and invites her friends to give her a call. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you money. Ca7We are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. u. n Acliiiliiistrator'M Notice .VI su- Some people do not know when they They want are well olf A Madison delegation went down to Frankfort to have the I per cent raise taken oil, but instead got .1 For S U.K. A handeome folding bed. more put on. I he Climax tearfully adds, Will Bell cheap. Apply to Mr. G . R. "The board of equalization is a fraud and Cooper must go." Tiik Fair ilate lt July "J7 'J days, Re- Only Tiiiikk Killlii Whisky and member the day and dattj and if yon pistols are a bad pair to draw to on any want to have fun, come. occasion, especially out !u Ith of Julv when patriotism and the temperature John Cox, of the Milledguville vicini- are both at red heat. At a celebration ty, was given 10 days in jail and '') for near Woodbine, Tuesday, John Marsee, carrying concealed weapons, bv Magis- James Francis and Dempsey Smith, were trate inlley and waa placed in Jail here killed in a low. Joel Mitchell, who is Tuesday, thought to have done the killing, is still ih.sue at large. Rkai the fair premtuuiN in thin and if you want to spend a couple of iliiy Whii i. sinking a pump the other day, enjoynbly and at tho shiih time wm a Elder Jos. Severance, Jr., who caii turn splendid display of horse titork, come to his hand to anything, got his fore finger the Stanford Fair. Send for catalogue. caught in the fixtures and came near having it torn oil. It will somewhat disTin: linn of Mm & Menefee, rontrac figure the appearance of his hand when tors for buildings and dealers in lumber, he gesticulates, but ho says that doesn't has dissolved. Mr. Mne ban not deter- matter. He can't afford to throw in ges mined what business he will go in, but ticulations, anyway, for the pay he gets it is likely that he Mill become a knight for preaching. of the gripMck. Sometime ago James Guthrie, of LouJok Gkimks' Rank at Klizahethtowu, isville, attached property of Gen. R. M. with $75,000 capital, earned iO.OHHWtiie Gano, at Dallas, Texas, ou the ground last six months, out of which a ". per that he was illegally conveying it. The cent, dividend was declared and all ex general thereupon instituted suit for penses paid, after currying a large sum fjt0,000 dsmsges against him for injury to undivided profito. to hiH character. In the legal contests Mr. Guthrie's attachment was sustained, Tub wagon in which the Stanford Gold but in the damage suit the jury were unRand boys went to Crab Orchard Springs able to agree, after a five weeks' siege, on the glorious Rli wbs ornamented by u just closed. Six of the jurors, we learn Hilk Hag of unusual beauty made in ltil from a Dallas paper, wanted to give by Mrs. K. R. Caldwell. This Hag has $75,000 damages, live favored actual been used in celebrating tho Uli lor -- damages of j7,00) or less ami one refusconsecutive yearn. ed to give a cent. n Dsatii has visited the family of Ti'Ksimy as Mr. Tilford Messer whs Flora, Into of this county, twice in standing on the street holding his horse, two weeks. Miss Florence Flora died on tho animal ran oil and the reins tripthe L'Mh, after and illnesa of a week. The ping Mr. Messer up and catching him Richmond Climax aays that while visit- around the body, he was rolled for some ing her brother she took suddenly sick distance, but finally got up not much A brother, Hint died soon afterward. the worse for his experience. We don't died but two weeks since. Miss mean to say that Mr. Metser is a tough Flora was a hnndBomo girl, bright and citi.cii, but there are not many ol us amiable, and her death was peculiarly who could go .through such n performfad. ance and come out n h well. The horse 1). G. Slacoiitkii says there were went on till he broke thu vehicle nil to Col. fully i.000 peoplo at his picnic and all pieces und then stopped, pretty well sathad a gloriouH time. The two men who isfied with his exploit cot shot were not on tho ground, as FniK. Tho lire alarm was sounded at perfect order was muintained tho entire at o'clock Tuesday, when tho town day Christ Layer and Armp Roller, was nearly deserted, but Chief Bruce, who accidentally shot themselves, tho with tho few of his company present former in the hip and tho latter in the und willing volunteers, soon had the lire foot, are not seriously hurt, perhaps tho apparatus headed towards the smoke mnr'H the nifv. Layer is tho undo of and going at pellmell gait. He got as far Rollei. as the Danville crossiug, when it was Sam Wharton's , W. K. Ansom has succeeded in found that it whb Mr. house that wasburning and as that was g $100 for Mr. Sam Wharton, by jtent elfort. Mr. Wharton hasbeen near the tolllgatelsoino distance beyond unfortunate man. Shortly the outside lirojplug a halt was called. A h iitn inarriano to his tirst wife she number of persona went on, however, to oor went blind and his second wife also be- find that the house was entirely consumcontents, save the things came blind and helpleBH a few years af- ed with all its since remained in two lower rooms. Ah there was no ter their uuion and baa always insurance the loss is nearly complete no. He has a daughter who has upon hiui and the misfor- and falls very heavily on Mr. Wharton, been a charge who is old and without other property. tune which bofel him Tuesday, at his A subscription paper was at once started time of life, makeB It with his other (or his benefit, which wbb liberally si gn drawbacks, peculiarly grievous 10 oo ed. borne. McKinney Rron'. nd. to save )ou roiiih money, who shot Ike Helm at McKinney, an ac, iniln From the ttahle (( Mrt. John O'Netl, count of which was published in our last from on the Huitonvitlc pike, on night old i!ay Hdmc, im, issue, is still at large, the eilorts of the ol luly high, J heavy mane and tall dnvfabout u'2 well ana hand sheritl and others to apprehend him with a little practke ould aili!le (ll Anr in leading to the recovery of the hor; wl.l proving futile. Judge Varnon yesterday formation rcwarar-Ue liberally LDWAKl) D I FWIS 3f. applied to the governor to oiler a reward for Paul. Perry, who was with -:- Paul nt the time of thu killing and who is alleged to have fractured Helm's skull For matet and female. indClaiic.il with a chair before he was shot, will Ho his examining trial have : : Kentucky, is now in jail. Sept th, tv,j The coure N xt aj-- STOXJCXT. KI1TC & PRBWITT. of Elegant New Stock Garrard Lancaster, oion in College, nn'l -- Tiik Middlesboro News derives conso rcaulilul ai.il rutei rratonabie toune udica College; gentlemen boarded latiou from the decison of the U. S. boarded in theFor furtherjrning particulars in the town .MILTON LLIOT I. Court in thu Cardiff cases, as it may be I'rcMdent, TO., tho cause of more money being dumped into tho Magic City. The Cardill Company is sustaiued in its claims agaiust those who bought lots at the auction sale AND LINCOLN COUMY which opened up that town. Their plea for Ice 'I hauling you lor yor liberal that payment should not be made theree.on, I reipe tfully reiiieit it continuance on because tho compauy did not carry lat trie coining uoti. inueeu cxpcvi an 10 luring out its agreements, is denied, on the uie the ground that without such payment the MANUFACTURED ICE, company could not do all it promised. i irately a home It Y and teachms thorough, the buildm rimuoi The Ptople of Stanford patr-nage 1 A i mu Instruction, Mr. Ed Porter Thompson, says that the attorney general has decided that all caudidateH who mean to stand for election to the office of county superintendent in November, 1S95, must be examined on the last Saturday in this month. The county board for the examination of candidates will be constituted as heretofore, of thu conn ty judge, county attorney ami a competent person selected by them. Those who prefer to do so can bo examined by the State Board of Examiners at their office, ou the same day. of Public ii. .mi from the Superintendent which i tirt dintilled and then Lart fully filtered belore beitiK froreu 'I hird, Artih. nl lie will much lunger than pond Ice Fourth, an epidemic of cholera is looked tor during the ear and nothing ia vo apt to produce or ipred thl- diteate a impure water or Ice. Fifth, it willbtj Frr the' traionn' I irt. Institution, htcond, the Ice it absolutely and pure, belnj; made from pnug water, 1 hemic jlly Rugs, Carpets, Mattings -- ll AT- - Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- l tycur Doors Every morning at the lolloping l'nce oc per hundred For 100 poundi or over per hundred For 30 poundt to 1011 .. . . For 10 to mi pound 50c per hundred No le than 10 poundi delivered. K. HUrMI It 10 Severance & Son (5a-n- o . lieu-be- Al-onz- 1 1 Tiik 1th of July was a gala day indeed and in truth at Crab Orchard Springs, and was heartily enjoyed by the 1,500 or more "picnicers" who participated in thu festivities. The day was as propi tious as one coutd wish, the crowd was jolly and well behaved and nothing was said or done thnt would cause any one revert to the day otherwise than with the most pleasant recollections. The Stanford Gold Rand was on hand with 21 members anil the music they made would plenso even the most faatidious. races, There wore tub races, wheelbarrow races ami other amusements ol the kind, including two games of base ball. The first between the Crab Orchards and Junction Citvs was won by tho former by a score of 1(5 to 15 and the latter between the Stanford nud Lancaster teams resulted in n victory of 15 to 0 for the latter club. Lnter in the evening thu tiro works begun and for half an hour one could well imagine himself witnessing the Last Days of "ompeii or some similar pyrotechnic display. Tho cake walk afterword created much inter- niul was contested (or by the follow ing couples: Miss Alice Holmes, Will Shanks', Miss Ella May Saundeis, Mr. George O. Keller, Jr.; Miss Glenn Bibb, Sam Menefoe, Misa Li.zie Menefee, Rowan Saulley; Miss Annie Menefee and Pearson Miller. All did beautifully, but the first named couple won the cake "in a walk." The ball commenced in earnest at 0.15 and until far into the wee sina hours Terpschore was worshipped. The picuic was a grand success and Mine Host Hofmann and his handsome wife are to be heartily congratulated for it. three-legged I had a malignant breaking out on my leg belowthc knee, and waacured sound and well and a half with Other blood medicines had failed ESESEii 'LL C Hkai y, to do mc any good. Win If, b. to CGCS 1. WE HAVE EORSALE TRADE I ! vntf-- d Our book ou ItbxHl ami sum Co.. AtUuta. t.u. Kwut freo. M A N Y Kmzmzv riYVBBIBi' lth nn troubled from childhood rmaot letter, ntul inreo uuiiu. M cured mo iermritieini. Mass. ... MARK. The Deering Improved Or Steel Binders, nr- . WAfcLAfK Manatillc, I. r. iirt.t . him-m-"m........ The Pony Deering Binder. two-hors- e The simplest binder made. Ik'como afflicted and remain so, untold miseries from a seuso delicacy they cannot overcome. of BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR, 1,000 WOMEN A euf-fi'rin- pr binder. Deering Mower and Deering Hinder Twine. Call on us for a beautifully illustrated catalogue, "Triumphs of the 19th Century," describing Chicago, the World's Fair, and the big Deering works; also a lot of neat memorandum books. It will be to the interest of every farmer who needs machines to see us before buying elsewhere. We will always be found at the office of the Stanford Roller Mills. W. II. 1 1 AYS, Assistant. J. H. BAXTGHMAWT, AGENT. r stimulating and arousing healthy action all her organs, by to ACTS AS . SPECIFIC. -- It causes health to bloom on tho cheek, and joy to reign throughout tho frame. It never fails to cure. The lest Medicini tut UUt f Wmm.- '$?m If Receiving His " Hi trf hat bn under treatmmt of Itadlnp phitciart4 (Ait4 ytari, without tHruftt. Aflertitiug thrubottlit of Braafletd't Femata tttguUttvr ihi can da fur ottn cooking, milking and tciuMng," H. S. Brian, Bendenon, Alt. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, 6ft, eoiaiiydrusslrtittflXOpcr bottle. . SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. : : : Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. ' 1 HBfriyy" ' aTt-Wy- - '"re; eSstjye'Ws'flM' g " ' Jt :"r-?,w-- ; rcrpw? Guthne, Ky., Sept. 9, Dear hits- w 1S91 stee Fps 'r V)S fe Semi-Weekly Sj Interior Journal e MIDDLEIURQ. HOUSEHOLD colds. A HELPS. Blldnness, Paralysis, Rheumatism. More than two years ago my c Call and sec our t V I r Thieves relieved W. T. Durham's smoke-housof n large side of bacou, Publlshod Evory Tuesday and Friday last Saturday night, while the family was AT 2 F3CR YMAIt IXiVDVASCB at church. Emmett McCormick bought :0O 49Vhen not to pat J $2.60 will be charged." lambs in the Mt. Olive aud Rich Hill vi cinities last week, and passed here with K.C, LOCAL TIME CARD. them yesterday. A party of aome 130 went to Roy's Train leave Uowiand at 7:00 a. rn., returning .Mill Tuesday aud spent the day fishing, at 5:20 p. m. and what they lacked in catching tish LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. they made up in hnving a good time. Mail train going North .l 7 pm -- M. S. McMullin knocked Bill Wheel " ' South 1JP" ..". ..... 11 51 pm er down at Yosemite on the 4th and took " South Eipross train .. " North 31 nun a pistol lie was Handling very .936 am troui Lical Freight North...... ' South.. 307pm carelessly. Milt is an applicant for the Tbtiattertraini also carry passengers. over there aud should be apThe above is calculated on standard tim. Solar pointed now without further delay. ixe is about jo minutes faster, If Emmett McCormack is half as QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. popular in Lincoln county as he is in Trains pass Junction City as follows: this part of Casey, he will have no South .bound.- - No. i.t Vestibule Limited, 11.50 in uecurinj the nomination for the a. m ; No. , , Chicago Limited, j.j a. m,; No. 5., New Orleau Kxprei, 12 17 a. m ; No. 7., Local, otlice of assessor, for which he is a can 1tt1bule, 8.43 p. t i p.m.; No. 9 , iilue Crass didate. For honesty and fair dealing, M North bound. No. 2, Vestibule Limited, 6.4S Emmett is second to none in the State, Chlga-cp. m. No 4., I'aat Mail, a.51 p m ; No. 6 , Limited, 7.27 a m., No. &., Local, 2.55 a. in.; and if Lincoln county wants to do the No. 10, rttue Grass Special, 6 a m. proper thin? she will nominate him. Here's hoping that he will get there in good shape. post-oiHce Hot lemonade is a popular cure for scuoouiov's rubber will take many bi;an to tail me. I immediately applied to emi a spot out of kid gloves. It is said that if knlve or dishes arc nent oculists for reliel: lor eighteen months they thoroughly heated when dry the disa- treated without a panicle of benefit Finally, greeable odor of onion will be at onco bout three months ago I went totally blind, and removed. NEW PROCESS STOVE: Saves time labor and expense Guaranteed to be dilH-cult- y -- J o kets. Sours and dressings nro much improved in flavor by sprinkling with thu chopped roots and tops of celery which have been dried. Ax umbrella should be stood handle down when wet. If stood with handle up the water gathers around the ring and soon rots tho cloth. Put on plenty of bed cover and let some fresh air from get into tiro house, being particular to allow no draft to strike tholeepers. Br using one tcaspoonful of powdered lioxax to ono quart of boiling starch tho stiffness and gloss will be improved, twsides it will prevent sticking. Ir burning oil falls upon tho floor do not throw water upon it. This only feeds the flames for tho time being. Smother tho fire with carpet or blanout-doo- as a last reort, I proiured an Klcctropolx' my sight. It has atto My wile which, tev much to the grititicatlou of myself wife and daughter. and family, has restored PERFECTLY SAFE. And to give satisfaction. gieatly benefited my has been a subject of paratysis for mure than two years, and my daughter a suflerer (rum inflammatory rheumatism for more than twelte years All this lias Leen etfected in the last two months. Too much cm not be said in praiic u( the Electro-- W. H. WEflREN & CO. The World's Fair Route from the Sooth I s poiv. If I were the possessor of the only cue in In; eti.tence and it coutd not reproduced, all the I wealth ot the unlverte could not purchase it. ' - It Pennsylvania ! OVCH. THE coniderlt the grandest invention of the age Truly and gratclully yours, ( W, G R K EN KIEL D. M . D. short lines Fifty-pag- e book, sent free. Address Webb, Louistlllc, Ky. DullouK Thu Contents. I tito aw "I supposes you have your lunch in that market basket," said Hojnck to Tomdik as they mot in the World's fair ,groumK "No," replied Tomdik. "In that basket I carry the money to pay for my lunch." Huriwr's Bazar. An Ii1 Bakincr O JJbsoIui&Jy Vowaer p. To mark chocolate caramels take one pint of New Orleans molasses, one pint of brown sugar. Cook till brittle when tried in water, and just befro removing from the fire add a half cako of chocolate. They need no flavor. It is said that tho white of an egg beaten with five grammes of alum in flvo grammes of sweet oil applied as paste to the face on retiring prevents wrinkles, keeps the flesh from becoming flabby and is strengthening and softening to the skin. I)r M J Dasis 11 a prvmluent phisician of Lewis, t im county, Iowa, and has been actitely engiged in the practice of medicine at that place for the pat ij years. On the joth ol May, while in Dcs Moines en route to Chicago, he was suddenly talen with an attack ot diarrhira. Having sold Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kriiirdr for the past 17 ears. and knowinc iti re liability, he procured a ij cent bott'e, doses ol which completely cured him The escltemcnt and change ol water and diet incident to traveling often produce a diarrhoea. herr one should procure a bottle of this remedy before leasini; home Kor sale by W II Mchbbcrls, Druggist, Manford to V Uuclclln'tf Arnica Salve. tiffm " - sfVi LOUISVILLE DOUBLE ORCINCINNATI. ixnuota ind Bufltt Parlor Ciri Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Higest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. ROYAL'jBAKINQ POWDER CO., 108 Wall St., New York. "Oh er Jarvis, would you mind preUSEFUL WORK APRON. tending to pick a quarrel with me and just giving me n push, you know? I It la Not Only Convenient. Hut Al yor sale oy l'retty. k. renov, sumom, ky want to test the pluck of this big dog of I have such a useful work apron mine." La Grippe. that I feel I just mut tell you aliout it During the Grippe the It is made of pongee silk, in the vMon it on apreialencs of thethat tho who past Onto Ilia Curses. notUeable fact de natural ecru shade, and the top is a pended upon Ur. King .New llncinriv not only had a speedy recoterv, but etcancd all the width thirteen inches long. Another malady This remedy alter effects ot piece, twenty-siinches long, is basted seems tohase a peculiarthepower la effecting rapid cures, not only In cases ot I.a Gripe. but in alt dlseateof the Throat, Chest and Lungs and hat cured cases ol Asthma aud Hayreter of tang Tit-Bits. The best salve In the world lor cuts, bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crun tions and positively cures piles, or no pay required, It is guaranteed to lmvx. pcrlect satitt action ' Very or money refjnded. l'ric Jj cents per boa. . DAILY TRAIN SERVICE troub-leio- KTkaBSa.Tlii.Niip"jt tr'li ' y iwif,v w.liw' iwfi msr rt Pullman Vtitlbul Sleeping Only Route Through THROUGH the Indiana Natural Gas Belt. TICRtTS l"l u.lli9lni,WMiOtCAtSltmSl ,Ht T ''v,rt rfT or,Ki,o ra flHHfap A. S. PRICE. SURGEON DENTIST. Drug Store )fi )h($ x standing. Try it and be convinced. It wont disappoint. Tree tiial bottle at A, K I'enn) drug store $zrmmh m w atrts UTtM fit OS Office over McKoberts I f ' Owsley Building. inthe n s3 . S. tlfFT inUn r rjt. - lUlTtLU TITt. CO. . tH)Bo.I.L fui'i lrst, miKTu IT. 1. li:tU1S. 0 strut tv t ICCIITIIXI I!. UXCC liMSt. luiUst (rttnit Ha t tjtst. Iftl . . WJ J.JUi4 '. tU. UVIJJH1,. Stanford. c. CXXTZIIAX r. FOWELI,, : : STOEZ, Loving Husband Goodby, darling. Should I be prevented from coming home to supper I will send you a note by a messenger boy. Trusting Wife Not at all neces.- - iry dear. I have already taken ift tat it mn coat pocket. Truth. WOKK Al'I'.O.V. WVn When When When r CatorK Baby was nick, - ifir h wxt a Child, h cril for CatoriA. nhn clun; to Caatoriv hu bvmrt 51 he hil Cblldivn.ahe ifeethem CoxtorU. h-- DR. JOS. HAAS' 1. Hog & Poultry Remedy ' OR. J. S. APPLEMAN Tlic Famous Specialist, Used Successfully Fifteen Yeara. To Visit Our City Professionally. Will arret! diteate. prerfii t dltcste, etpelt worms, ttop coujh, In reate lie flesh and hattco maturity. snd jo cents per I'ncesJ1.50, Si ivpouml can 5l so 1 he lareit pic'.ajct are chcaprat. talc by A K PKNNV. MiHloid, Ky 9- LOGAN AVKS'UE, Stanford, Kentucky, Always'sella goods lower than anyone else in ay. town. New atock of Fruits ever)' TO TEX LADIES. . 1 pckij; An F.xcclleiu Chance for the Sick and Suffering. ' ' M FREE CONSULTATION, And e.aminati 1. will tell Millinery SPLENDID FARM at .. I'ritite I'arlort at the open on Jantury t5th, i3?j a Firtt-ClaThoughts For tlio Itwur. Dairy, from which I cau supply any quantity ot ersey milk to the people of Manlord and How. To get away from the blood and enand at the f ollon lug prices, dtlit ered : mity of the straggle is the first effort of o cents Fresh Milk, per gallon patriots recovering from war. To comgallon 10 cents Skimmed Milk, pir memorate the virtue and heroism of tho 8 cents Mutter Milk, per gallon army is to ennoble those traits in men dally. The patronaze ot the lwill maVe two trips by which nations aro molded' nnd upG. A. PEYTON, public is solicited. Stanford, Ky held. oi.i yr. I will ss AT UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES Kor the rest of the Call and tax e money A splendid line ol Ladies' Underwear and llos-irr- y kept constantly m hand. FOR SALE PRIVATELY. I Notice to the Traveling Public, 1 have had Th lr I Sh.olton Souse, Among tub .Mountains. Thu best route to the Eastern cities is via Cincinnati and the K. If. V. over tho Chesa peake & Ohio Riilwav. The scenery ' At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and through New Kiver canons and over the Aave in connection with Hotel one of the best santj?ht loons in tho State, open day and night; aHouse Alleehany aud Blue Ridge .Mountains is nta meets all trains. In connection with The Viave also one of the best Mineral wells in the Matt wonderfully beautiful and varied. end for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs F. F. V. runs solid to New York via and Mrs. Floyd G W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr. It is electric lighten! aud Erin, Tenn . A. A. Warren, Stanfurd, Dr. Washington. E. Proctor, C. H. Hraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. tarries a through dining-car- . No other K. II. Johnson, Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. New Haven, Jim Cox, Greensburtf. Kates Si per train in Americi surpasses it and it is day. I M. f'etrey, clerk. Giteraeacall the onlv train to the Ktst with thtough I. W. CARRIER. Prop. oiy 'THE dining service. Among the Virginia mountains along the Chesapeake iV Ohio are more than '20 famous summer F. B. RILEY, Proprietor. A pamphlet issued entitled "VirKentucky. ginia in Illack and White," describes London, - ; and the eceuery of the I have moved to my .new HcteL and am betui these ,4 ihin avur td accommodate the public. route, and will be mailed,' free by adGood Livery attached -- nd every convenience de dressing I. B. Tope, Western Passenger sired. (Jive me a can, FRANK RII.KY. 77 Agent, sit. Louis, Mo., or C. B. Ryan, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Cincinnati, 0. ROWLAND, KY. In the spring months people aie more liable to sillier from nervous weakness, HARDWARE, caused by DEALER IN CROCERIES, the breaking up of winter and Stockton's Has moved into his new tore at the junction of the advent of spring. Take pikes Antiseptic. It is a nerve tonic and blood the Staniord&trab Orchard and ut Rowland and Is now better than ever prepared purifier. to please tho trade la both For sale by A. R. Peuny, Druggist, STOCK. OF GOOUs?, 1UICUUJ, Stanford. alonp the bottom etlpo of the tipper piece, turned over, foliletl buck on tho front, und has a two inch wiilo hum basted across the top. Two rows of stitching on each end of thin longer piece forms u casing, und the edges of the folded over part are neatly d together. A hem at the top of the apron forms another easing through which ribbon two inches whls Is run for a Selt, one inch wide is run through the bag part, ending in pretty Um-.s- . When in e tho apron is fulled on the ribbon jut enough to make it set well. When through working, one's work can be slipped in tho bag, the strings drawn together, thu bag rolled up and put away. The pongee silk may have pretty flower designs worked on it In outline. or the bag may bo made of tlowered ateen It is very pretty eitherway. over-seame- iiun Myers House, Stanford, Tuesday, July 18, one day only, Returrr,etrr)l it MISS I.ICCIE HKAZI.KY, Stanfurd. Ky ' J I SfAMORI) mil At pssd ,!,:;: m stabls, 0 Ji' n M.'nelee's n w brut, on I);p3tjttictt, I II tell private y m arm of ja-rei- . sit 1st ed on Hie Wen tide of t e li ttontilie K Pan iile pike. iV, miles train Hu.i n lie and within f Mo eland a hall mile of the rat1 uad tt mn 1 he fum it in a tplrndid iat- - "f cullltation. ( ur - ri- well impmted with a dwell n ol M necet.ary iiutbuildmst, nuludinj a e About half ol the faun it toH In eratt and caliri-placIt uell 'aletr.l ami rrm be il tide I to in t the Kr ir into rarcl J I LAM), ticulart write i or call oti, Mi ic a' ' Ky M-- wt d ir Cftbejeir soi jin e f putt-hate- 1 V J. XV. RAMSEY, Pro'r., u-- Who tunes te ;'ad to a comtusdate all ith (ood rig at reatunaM? ratr My Hut il. meet al. K C train 21 j THE GOFFEY HOUSE SrANKjUD, KV , i JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This H'tel, rtn vated an I ref rnltl-rI intend"! 3 ennda III to a id not only maintain its high lejiulati n, a 3mm:li-- i Siei-ia- l to its lone list ol friends tiontfor nmmtrcul trateicrs and hne rosins for thsilinUjy of samples. in uiy char ic and GOOD PAY ! , hr miti RILEY HOUSE Home Queen. FOR GOOD WORK ! ! 9A lit A p e a Bv atrd ki per-m- Sciatic Rheumatism, Nervousness and In -- ut-o- somnia. isy.l. The Nashville, Tenn., .March Slot kton Medicine Co., N.isiivnle, Tenn , lientlemen. -- I had Sciatic KhetimatiHiii, combined with nervoiiBiieHa and inHOin-m- a for weeks, aud having beard of no niHiiy persons cured of nearly every by takiiii: Stockton's Antmeptic, I rom-hideto try it, nnd the the result It iMve me almost inwaH wonderful. stant relief und in live d.tyH I went to my otlice. I take ureat pleasure in recotu-nieudin- i: it. He.spt youth, N Colteue street. It. li. Morton, For sale hv A. It. Penny, Drugtt'iHt, For Ladits or Gentlemen lAIFirst-Clas- s Aod Saloon POOL, KUUMS attached $5 to $500 Cash! According to rc?ult twenty ner o AL-- IIII.I.IARI) and j7-- tl JOSKIMl COKKhS tx accomplished ; in (addition to :i liboral comoiieeiou tit of Falls Branch Miners and Jellico Coal Co., if Kcll.it .. II City Ihe in .1 Anier a He ha- - made a em a f Ni w orl,ni 'e ky , It a gra I a'o M i a, I ilee, Ne I. rinlj' ir in.ii,,i.i-- i of tt Vml In 1 'III rmer. nial study uf the sliiier of the (iKN'UI.NK EYE, EAR, ux-rth- NOSE, THROAT. t- -d Original Jclllco Coal. roadcrntsms. 6 GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS. No Tr v it. We are Kow( land. Olhce the sole agents lor Stanford corner ot Depot stieel and II ICC. INS A rail- - And chrnnlc I'lteeit u the steal Ilellrt ae Clii.itir II iipiials. Nn. Soil City, and the re tul s ol thit r.pcnci'm ait. nitny phenonnnal ud cures ad hljte He tit. ct.fnllv lrea' WAITS. Acute and Chtonic Catarrh, Hinging in Ijrs, diteatet f the eye, ear, lhro.it. uis,lomai.h, liter, kidne), ur nry nl bladder, iiertniit pnittrail .11, diabetes, dttpepila, iiin.llMlii, rliHiimatitiii. epilepsy or lil llemoiroid. pile., cured ilhoul Inif, No pain and no d. tenth. from w.rk 1 Stanford. re ently added ureatly to hi stock and haviiiu no rent to payand no loss by bad debts he can hell you good che.iper than aoj body.-' ( all 57aud get his pikes before uujing Etc. He has Strength and Health. If jouare not (erling strong and health) tr Kb- - trie Hitters. If La Grippe has lett you weal. and weary, ue Electric llitters. This remedy Hdi directly on the l.uer, stonucn auu Kidneys iently uidinj thoe niaus to perform their func-tiolfynu are allllcltd with Sick Headache you will find tpeedy and permanent relief by tak-iElectric Hitters. One trial will contin e uu that this is the remedy you neel. LarKe Mit,tle only 50c at A It. I'enny' dru t're n; COME to SEE ME. Halng pur hated the Grocery po'.-iibl- : Business I "f . I t a in herchrldrcn will undoubtedly be of InterIt. It., Cincinest to many mothers. She says. "I spent seser-a- l G. P. A T. A.. 0 , II. & Isijr An Agency for tho Wr.r.Ki.Y weeks in Joliuil.mn, l'a alter the ureal IlixJ, nati, O. on account of my luiLaiid hems employed there, We had several children with u, two ol whom F.i2i 11:1:11 is u profitaiile hii5irie..ri. It is Kentucky Fairs. took the diarrhu-ery badly. 1 got tome of CbambctUin't Colic, Cholcraand Iiarrhea Hem-ed- y the hist school in i.'.e world to prepare The following are the date, of .he Kentucky cured both ot from Kev, Mr Chapman. t I all at my store on Lancaster Mreet und I will them, I know of several olher Itcases where it fairs lhi jear-Mto tr.ide with me make it to your interest ono for a linsiriwf.t contact with the waseiually succesilul. I think it cannot be ex Sterling, July -- 5'la)s celled and cheerfully recommend It." 1 and 50 Shelbytille, July u-- 4 days. public, u tepping-.-itont- ; to hiisincstj tent bottles for sale b) W li McKoberts, Man. Eminence, July iS 5 day. ford, Kv. SharpsburK, July 254 days. (pialitication and future prosperity. A. G. Launam Jcbn U. Castleuian. Mr Thomat Katte. editor of the Graphic, Stanford, July i J days. Arkansan, has lound what he belles es to Wo want good Agents to solicit for Danville. August 1 5 days. be the best remedy lexitlence fur flux His exdays t Nicholasville, August perience is well worth remembering, lie I ho inducements ar Milfcnptioiis. Summer I rad a severe attack of flux I Owenton, Au;tist u-- S day. tried almost etery known remedy, none Kit in; .Maysrille, August 22- -s days. good. extra Chamberlain' Colli., Cholera and Diarrh.ea Islington, August ao 3 day. to me. I purchased a llemedy was icciinioi'.-ndebottle nnd received almost immediate reliel I Franklin, August y 4 days. ENQUIRER COMPANY, continued to use the medicine and was entirely Willlamsbunr, Axigust 304 days. cured. I take pleasure in recommending this rem, Howling Green, September 5 3 CINCINNATI, O. edy to any person suffering with such a disease, as in my opinion it is the best meniclne in September j $ days. coc bottles for sale by U. Mc 5 and Klliabethtown, September 11 4 days Robert, Druggist, Stanford. u- -5 Winchester, Cynthlaoa, September 194 days, A Prominent Lady Arrested (lasgow, September a; 4 das. Managers,: much attention at a Washington ball by her reHartford, September 37 4 days markable appearance ul health. The glo oi MornICE We;will Venailles, October -3 days. Building, health and the charm of beauty need not depart Commerce from o oiiuy women, when a cirtaio reined) cac lb. the bet known and In I)r Tierce' South. Favorite Prescription for Mr J C. HositcII, one ol Agents throughout the ul their functional and organic disrates It proper- most respected citizens of Hrownttood, ly cure nausea indigestion, bloating, weak back, iiitferetl with diarrhira tor a long time and Ir ed Id Stanlord and Kowrland, and by jo lbs. aoc per remedies without tenef, until 50 lbs, and 100 lbs ijc per 100 Ib's. We nertous promation, debility and stteple-ancsthankful and respecttully reAgrmt, Strength is renewed, energy returns and beauty many different Chollc, Cholera and Dla.rh.e quest lU lor past patronage deliver Chamberlain' "W. Will continuance. from In up Remedy was used; that relleted him at en., again blooms It is purely teircUbla aud perfect .MRS. JANE I1ARK0W A tu. u f Druggists hate It. ly liarraleta ;STANKORD, KV. lor sale by W. II. McKoberts, Druggist, Stanford Of J, W. Ramsev, lam Increasing thestockas and ul won h:uc it fast as The iucces ot Mrs Annie M Heatn, or Fenusylvnia, in the treatment ol eiar-rh- ci in the grandest palace ateamers on the Lakes. Picturesque scenery. Returning from Chicago direct, all rail; or you can no to Chicago by rail and return via the Lakes and Detroit. LSertti ami meals included between Mackinac aud Chicago. Round-trirate from Cincinnati I "0 via Toledo and boat ;X)c Ies.s.i For further information ask and C, If. k D. It. It. agent, or address K O McCormick, p Impossibilities or rnccrtaiii-ties- . To CllHAOO VIA THK I.AKK9. Every thing Fair, Honor greatest trip to the (jreatest fair on earth ride, Detroit to Chicago able, Plain and Positive. and a Tilt) 1,000-mile THE P. 0. MILLINERY. e pral.t, Call al the room and n-- tie 11 Largest and Boat Soloctod Stock MRS Of Milliners in town, liiiuiid to pleate you. 1 Young and Middle Aged Men retult 01 in )uuthor turcyeirs aud other . ane prxlucingcum mi toireofthe followinu effects tuch at crnmiou., blotches, netv(iii.ntt, dirties., confusion or Ideas, srrs on tosccieiy, defecilve meiumy and setual ehauttion which unfits thu tictlm for biiiine or narruge, aie permaiiei tly cured by rcmediea rot ininri ut tin. irif-abix- e 1 1 Kv programme in tlk ttitlering from spermatorrhea and Impnt-myn- t The gouds and priucs arc I '"I Weekly Enquirer (.four Fourth Annua! (." hum among Agiuu for Inrgc-- t i!nh.s. T COl R'l-S- . t-- 1 Commercial McXINNKY, KY I Hotel, Blood and Sklu OiHCANCM. l. Complete in Every Particular. W.C. HUTCHINCS. hase lioiishl aliore mentioned. Hotel at and have attached a 9 First-Clas- Bar and Fool Room. -- 1 Have repaired and 'refurnished the Hotel aud am octtcr than tter a, ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. -- Prepared to Accommodate the Public. special attcntion'to Commercial Men. GUKKN. Proprietor. JOE CARSON, Manager. At Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, (Heel, etc , cured by neter fulling rcmediet Diseases ol women, such as I.eucorrhea, pallllul .Menstruation, Ilitplacement ol Womb, bearing down piint m back, relies ed In short time. 1 he Doctor carnet all hit portable Inttriinientt and comes iirepircd In examine the most obscure medic.il and surgical cases He iiiidertaktt no incurable diseases hut given up indie. Correspondence solicited Address J. S. APIM.KMAN, M. I.oditville, Ky. Write lor Health Journal, free )tl a 0, I V 1 lays-'Las- 33 re-li- ef. IW .J. H. BAUGHMAN, KIRE AND STORM Insurance Company, MILLINERY. hasereturned Ironi the citie with a nice lim-o- l a .mail profit Millinery which I will sell O001U leftover, as fresh as this keasou's K0dk, last season, 1 will sell at from I INSURANCE AGENT Reproaenting-.- . -- BARBEE&CASTLEMAN "- da. ITOTICI l-2- ! Louisville 3- 'lea, Deliver ing at Every per A. TRIBBLI, Local t. an-er- 1 The reason I do this is to reduce, my stocL of Companies. I wouli All of which are goods so I will be aole to sellout my business ut oe pleased to uaito r my friends in this line. Pol. the first opportunity. I cordially invite the ladies in call and examine icies promptly issued. Will insure against tornamy goods. 1 also solicit a share 01 their patrun-air- e. does, wind stormt and lightning. Lightning MRS. 1. M. lillUCH, witSnut additional charge OiUct at First National Bank, Stanford. Stanford, Ky, firtl-clast cliut-esattaeh- Hartford, of Hartford, Conn w. Manchester, of Manchester, Knur.: Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; COST TOR THE CASH ONLY, Ins. Co. ol North America. fr tf1 H., .; : tY x4