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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893071401 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. 4t . Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXI. BARBOURVILLE. A i I Interior Journal STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. JULY 14. 1893. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. LIBERTY. NO. 39 Remember the picnic here SaturThe normal school taught by Profs. TIhtu is soimu talk ofxivim; an ini- select party ol friends spent unite day. evening with Mm l.illie promptu hop tomorrow (Friday) eve- - Nooe and Petry closed laht Friday. a pleasant j Marriage license has issued to Mr. The man with the petrified man is ninx in the new Owsley building. Clarke, Monday. W, J. Klliott and Miss Luvenia Walla. Nellie Koyston, whoso serious here this week taking in the dimes. Pine- Miss Mr. and Mrs. M.. I. Mom, of On account of a little carelessness There wo .11 teachers In attendance ville, were down a few honra Monday to Illness was reported in our last letter, is at tho monthly examination on last FriFALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. Borne better to day and ho pea are enter our letter did not reach you last week. Wilson. aee Hon. J. II. Hev. K. L. Stephens filled tho pul- day and Saturday. The result has not Mrs. Ottlo 0. Mack, deputy County tallied for her recovery. A SCHCOl. AND HOME FOK GIRLS. Mr. Joe K. Carr has resigned as agt. pit at the Congregational church Sun- been announced yet. Court clerk, Is very sick with strong inMisses Bettie and Maud Burke, of L. & N. at this place. Mr. Carr day. for the dications of typoid fever. Gool 1'ai.ulty; mperiorailvinujei ; a beautiful aod healthful location. Special course aod fpectal Tho Teachers' institute meets Mon- Danville, came on a visit to Col. Silas Mrs. Lfcziu K. Dlahtuan, wife of the is a clever young gentleman ami has iixlucctnt-noffered to thoie who deMre to mike teachfri. Our mm is to make our pupils thorough late Dr. Dishman of this place, died at made many friends since he came to day. Prof. Itoach, of Lexington, will Adams last Friday and remained until The Collect- has been recently rented, and a College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, Sunday, and returned home much to the &c, have been added. M. O. THOMSON, Principal. 3 the Widows and Orphans' Home in Lou- Lancaster. Mr. Patterson, formerly conduct it. Col. Fred S. Horton has leased the discomfit of a couple of Liberty young isville, .Saturday evening and was buried agent at Berea, has taken charge of the Whitley County Advocate and has men. otlico. here Monday. The sudden and unexpected death Two wagon loads of young folks went complete control of it for the present. A number ol our young folks comMr. P. W. Perkins and Miss Jennie of Mr. James B. Green, of Hustonvtlle, party down to Dix Itlver Wednesday after posed quite a pleasant excursion up Cumberland Itlver from this place noon. KjcIi couple took a basketful ol Swinney were married at the residence shocked the people of this eection. For Tuesday morniug and spent the day something good to eat and a Urge sup- of I). A. Gatliir on the evening of the nearly half a century Mr. Green has J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. been a devoted worker in the cause of per was spread. The got back to town 4th. They took dinner with them. Misses Lucy Jones and Nettie Smith temperance, morality and religion and The graded school at this place will about 8 o'clock and report an elegant 1893. Prof. Jos. M. time. Mr. J. M, Farra was the master of London, who have been visiting here his loss will be keenly felt. Condolence open next Monday with Hays, late applicant for deputy collector, of ceremonies and conducted things in for the lust week, returned home last is tem'ered to l.h wife, relatives and Full corps of Conwrvatory and Normal School teachers. .Superior counts in Literature, Music and friends by the people of this eection. Monday. An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. as principal. Mr. Will Amiss, first as- his usual graceful and dignified way. Mr. U.S. Crawford is iu Pineville On yesterday Dr. 0. H. McHoberts Mr. Leo Kinuaird, of Middleshoro, sistant. Miss Nlnnie Urittain, second assistant. The thin! assistant is yet to be is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. attending court. Mr. M. A. Moore is in brought in the startling news that two .FOR. of Lou- Louisville. Hon. C. W. Leser returned men of this county on returning from J. Klnnaird. Mr. Will selected. MIm I)Uy Potter, who has been isville, was here Wednesday. Mies Pat-ti- e from his second circuit of courts last Wade's, in Lincoln county, on last Saturday, fell dead from their horses, but visiting here for several days, returned Beszley has returned from George- Friday. The Union S. S. Convention of he could not learn their names. Tuesday to her home near Manchester. town. Mr. Charlie Anderson wai here P. S. Since writing the above Ab. Miss Lula Whitley county meets at lxt on July Mr. 11 Tinley accompanied her and Wednesday and Thursday. An interesting program has Hall brings in this evening the pleasing will bring his father home from court at D Slaughter, o( Danville, is the guest of 'JOand'Jl. that place, which by the way will ad- Mrs. O. S Gaines. Miss Fannie Piigh been made out and a good attendance is intelligence that the two men spoken of revived, and that it was only a case of returned on Wednesday to Cincinnati. expected. journ this week. The. dwelling house of Garnet Da- suspended animation. Mr. .Sam CliV, Jr , late of Lexington, Misses Mertie and Pearl Walker have As physicians from other counties Ky., and New York, is teaching a class returned to Perryville. Mra. Jim Kem- vis, located about one mile west of town, at thii per and daughter, ol Missouri, visited was burned with all its contents last have expressed a desire to attend the hand and in short place. Mr. Clay and wife have rooms at relatives here this week. Mlsa Ora Kay Thursday evening about 4 o'clock. It Casey County Medical Association, your Mrs. was insured. leaves for Winchester Saturday correspondent hai been requested to theUlbson House. Miss Niunle There were Ol in the examination state the subject to be discussed at the gve a card party Tuesday eveniuir Gresham left Thursday for Pittsburgh and from there to West Virginia. for teachers last Friday and Saturday. next meeting which convenes at Middle at her home on Main St. The Kentucky World's Fair com- The examiner are not through grading dleburgat 10 a. m., on the 4th Monday gentlemen of this place claim Four to bo the champion "cinch" players of missioners are ha7iug a hard time ex- yet, but Bay they think about W) per in this month, the -- 1. The subject se Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. Adlected iB Cholera Its Prophylaxis and the Cumberland Valley. They are H. plaining how it is the exhibit from this cent will secure certificates. . R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. The Christian church held an elec Treatment. The discussion is to be open- dress. W. Bowman, T. M. Sampson, K. W. State has been a disappointment. The They spend the commissioner representing the educa- tion of otlicers Sunday evening and J. ed by Dr. 0. II. McUoberta, of this place. Colo and W.T. Miller. most of these hot days in the rear of tional interests of the State is out in a L. Whitehead, J.T. Freeman and James Volunteer papers by other physicians Bowman's jewelry store at this pleasant card in which ho claims that although Stinson were elected elders and Curns and reports of cases will be in order after pastime. he sent out circulars iu every direction Gatlitr, I)f. F. W. Watkins and Marion tiiu selected subject is debated. No little amount of preparation is be- calling upon the people and the common Sullivan deacons. MIDDLEBURG. ing made for Circuit Court which con- school commissioners to tender assistProf. J. A. Butler's writing school venes here a wrfck from next Monday. ance, he received replies from only -- 5 or closed Saturday. Mies Carrie Myers Uev. Edgar Fojle preached at the More than a doien now suits were filed ;0 counties. He not only called loudly was given the honor of being the best Baptist church Sunday night. Tuesday and each day this week has seen (or help, but actually visited IHiisville writer and Miss Cora Crouch was award Spurgeon Sympson left for his home In order to fully half as many more. No wonder in the interest of the exhibit. The ed a gold pin for having made the great- in Madison county Monday. Nelson Knox corntv has morn than three who est improvement. that of the commissioners Wilcher made a dying visit to his famidoren practicing attorney within lur sought the positions and were paid to Mr. W. K. DeLany has returned ly here last week. (rounds. give their time and attention to the mat from I ronton, Ohio, wiiero he was called We are requested by one of the Hon. John M. Tinslcy, our repre ter, ate now to he visited upon the peo last week on account of the death of his band boys to say that the Middleburg Our business, vc are daily selling at auction, when MHiiUtiv.. In the lower house, will most ple, who are taxed to pay the appropriafather. Mr. Pan, attorney at law of Cornet Hand has nothing to do with likely be a candidate for the .State Sen-at- tion. Without in any manner rellectiug Indianapolis, in company with Mr. J. the picnica gotten up and run by V. K. this" fall. None of the senators elect upon the ability o( the cemmiesioners, it W. Siler, visited Cumberland Falls last McWhorter. The band is employed by ed this fill will know how long they are may be sain of a truth that if Mr. M. to play for these gatheriui, but entitled to serve until that body has met instead of hunting up politicians, is not responsible for his conduct or any ill cant had selected practical business men who Yosemlte. in regular session, when thev contracts he may make. who will had horse swapping hcuse, who knew I am told, to determine lots, Hev. Vine preached at Grove SunThe post oilico question has been hold two and who four years how to set a hen on a hillside, and who day. ..This is the settled and J. M. Durham is the winning Major U. Mat Adams, twice Con had built houses, worked on farms, raisA nice rain would be appreciated by man. He sent up a much more extengrerwman from this district and later ed stock and knew which cows gave the the farmers. sively mailed petition than either of the Clerk of the House and still law Secre- buttermilk, Kentucky would have as The fanners are all harvesting oats, other three applicants und besides had tary of Stan under Uov. llurkneraiid la tonished the world and iu the language which crop is turning out well. the endorsement of Hon. M. J. Durham ter still candidate before tho convention of General Taylor, "the rest of mankind. ' Mrs. (J. U.Stnith, who has been visit to help him on. The appointment Don't neglect it, but come and be supplied almost for Clerk of the Court of A ppeals, who If tlie eommis'jioners could have taken ing her relatives at Ml. ernon, return- gives almost general satisfaction. has been living at rrankfort for several to the Ftdr the fastest trotter or the fast- ed home Sunday. t Im u riwi.ri ltiHur frutit fliia til !lr. Uit years, has decided to again make his est racer iu the world, thepeoplo of othHorn, to the wife of Uichard Sharp, reported the conduct of V. K. McWhorpermanent home at Barbonrville, and he er countries would have (locked to see it ahoy weighing 10 pounds. Dick is the ter on June 17th. not with a view of and Mrs. Adams now have rooms at tl e in great gangs and this might have been happiest man iu tlie country. blowing him or his picnic up, but u cor-- , Audfthon House. accomplished with very little trouble Mir.s IJerta liohurds who hat been respondent bobs up at Vosemite, though j Upon the occasion of a recent funer- and expense visiting her brother, Mr. W. L. Ilobards, lie dcei not live there by a long shot.' al in Ibis place, after the last sad litis returned to her home at Mitchellsburg, and attempts to cover up the disgraceful had been concluded and the procession LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Monday Now alTair hero by insinuating at us. was returning, a young gentleman of tins I he Kev. G. C. Smith had a slight we do not wish to notice the dirty ding, Circuit Court commences here tovicinity who is expecting to have thu desunstroke Sunday, which by the way, satisfied that our standing as a citizen gree of "M. l." conferred on him next day. Thursday. The Laurel County Fair will be held wms warm enough to give nil of us a is sullicient defetibu against anything year, approached a number of young lasimilar trouble. that may ho said by the Yoflemite cot dies who were in the procession and en Auk. - J. M. Durham's appointmout of respondent, who it seems has a pretty Co"l. II. (.'. Ford wan here from Manquired in a tone loud enough to beheanl postmaster at Middleburg has given the long (t e) tail that trails closely to byothvrr "Well, how did you enjoy chester Wednesday. Klbcrt McNeil, fl't!'d (JO. died near VI applicants for the oilico here hope his heels. In reporting tho conduct of After the first of July instead of selling goods 0116 months' time we the funeral"" As it was addressed to no here, wo Fast Bernstadt Monday. lie was a reH- - that the otlicial lightning will strike otie McWhorter and McDnniel will present our accounts the 1st or 15th of each month, as suits the one in particular, every one smiled but of them soon. were not actuated by prejudice toward pected citizen. no response came. John and Nelson Wilcher, who either of them, but by a sense of duty, buyer. Our idea is to do a held The teachers' examination whs The "tip" from Chicago which aphave been it. Kastern Kentucky for the und we have no apology to make, as we Louisville Times Monday here Saturday, but the result has not last live peared in the months in the tan bark busi- have been informed that it was much I). been ascertained.' afternoon in reference to Hon. James ness, came home last week. The report ors) thau we reported, but if we are but for convenience we extend the above time. We propose giving One fare ior the round trip on the Black being a candidate for governor in good luck in that business this year. forced to tcfer to it again wo will tell our customers the best goods and guarantee to sell you Hardware, excursion train fiom thi- - place to the the. coming campaign does not seem to Groceries, Queensware, Woodenwarc, Tinware, &c, for less money W. L. Pe.iirs, our genial and hand- ttie whole story. Mr. Black iB one of Stanford Fair, July -- 7 and 1S. bo well founded. than you can buy them anywhere on 6 months' time. Our explanaA. republican primary convention to some conductor who holds down the our World's Fair Commissioners and is JOE MUNOAY. "."7U G., tion for making the change is that it takes too much money carry on palace" on the C. select a candidate for the Legislature wits a wealthy young man with a largo law During the IS months we have made a Hying trip to Cincinnati, Satur- His Wire Says That He Was Not Cruel and our business on the 6 months' time. held Saturday at tho iliti'ercnt precincts practice through his native and adjoinday. Dr. I. S. Wesley and John Carson been selling goods our sales have been much larger than we expected iu the county. The republican county That He has Reformed Completely. ing counties, and while ho has considertook advantage of the cheap rates and and we are very grateful for the liberal patronage we have received. among the "faith- committee gave the nomination to Hon. i fo tlie Kditor Interior journal.) able political influence We are also proud to say that our customers have been the very best over Hon. K. K. Wil&on did likewise. John (.. Creech Since my arrival iu Stanford I have ful" of these mountain districts and may School opened here Monday with V. W. Mul by a majority of 'Jo votes. people in the land and we are sure we can make it to your interest to learned that during our absence iu God-bhave some political aspirations, it is H. Faris and George W. Prof. P. II. Taylor and Miss Delia continue with us. We will continue to take Country Produce in excertain, by his record in the past, litis, John quite on tho stair, with A'l pupils. We Florida a communication appeared iu change for goods at the highest market price. Thanking you for night" llmwn were tho other candidates but past that he does not "lay awake 'o learn that there are KSI scholars in this your paper relative to my litubaud'a favors, we are Very Respectfully, Wo would all their vote was small. worrying about politics. district and wonder why it is that more treatment of his family, charging him BROS. Permit like to Bee him governor, of course, but of them do not attend. We think the with "cruelty to his children." CHURCH AFFAIRS. through your colprobable, particularly at me, please, to state hardly think it trustees should look into this. The Kentucky State Sunday.bchool umns that it is false -- a malicious fabrithe next term. union will meet at Ashland, August cation. It is true that he has been the Muscular Rheumatism and Indigestion. Schools. To Trustees of Common , Nashville, Teun., March ti.'lSM. The victim ol drink became so by using it The. new school bill provides that all The Hev. T. J. Davenport, of Vir- Stockton Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn. for hemorrhages. Two years of my life shall be taught for at common schools I have had Muscular were years of sadueos, not made so by re- ginia, has been called as pastor of the Geutlemen: least live months. Those districts and Indigestion for a number of 15 Baptist church at Lawrencebnrg, Ky. his unkindness to me aud the children, years aud had lost hopes of ever finding porting a less number of pupils than Hev. It. H. Caldwell will not be any relief, as the most skilled physiciaus but by drink. Through thu wonderful be paid for that number und be rewill able to till his appointment at Walnut had failed iu my case, but I am happy discovery of Dr. Keeley he ha been quired to have not less than five months or Sunday owing to his to say your Antiseptic has made a com- freed from tho demon drink, made a Superintendent di- Flat session. The State plete cure, and I do most heartily rec- new man and for months I have been recent accident. ommend it to all for Rheumatism and rects me to notify such school trustets Tlie Itev. Samuel M. Hamilton, pas- Indigestion. I will gladly answer all in- the happiest woman on earth, without a accordingly. New stock, styles and shades. FMtCiiAHVfCoSupt cure. Will not the good people help tor of the Warreu Memorial church, quiries in regard to Antiseptic. Yours Hesptfully, W. K. Bateman, 1110 him by kindness and sympathy to coniesijned his position on Louisville, has paBroad street. Dr. Appletnan will meet his many tinue the useful life to which he is now tho Board of Trustees of Centre College, For sale by A. It. Penny, Druggist, consecrating himself. Kesjrt. all others who wish to consult owing to his disapproval of the tight of tients and Stanford. Tuesday, Mns. J ok M UN DAY. him at the Myers House next Dr. Win, 0. Young against Dr. Briggs. conIS. The Dr.'s good work still vetoed numerous July Gov. Brown has Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, Hev. John S. Penman, of Irvington, Do You Suffer With Rheumatism? ev of the General Appropritiou bill, tinues and hia practice is bettor than N. Y., who was a delegate to the general items Landreth's Garden Seed at will gladly Then it is your own fault, for a er. Ho has cured many aud condemned Dr. Briggs Senator Godbel's County Seat Removal of Stockton's Antiseptic will make the names of those assembly which bill and Mr. O'Meara's bill providing for a permanent cure. Never tails. Ask A. give all inquirers of heresy, has resigned his pastorate, depubcured if they will call. Ho does not not longer subscribe the disposition of Hardin county's sur- It. Penny, Stanford, for it. It kills mi him claring that he can parts of the system. Head lish names. If you are sick, consult of the Presby- plus funds realized from the county's crobes iu all New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. satisfactory refer- to the system of doctrines our little book. if he can't furnish of L. & N. bopds. sale and terian church. ence don't take his treatment. x'1fc , Hustoxivillo, Zy. I - Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 5th - Be-kel- e, Fancy Qroceries,Bread?Cakes7Fies Candies, Lunches.Frvits, &c, type-writin- g CALLONR.ZIMMER THE BAKER. Hrlt-tai- n A Good Meal for 25 Cts. AT AUCTION. e wk. Goods Are Literally Given Away. Chance of Your Life. Without Money & Without Price. STEPHENS & KNOX. ' I Read This and Profit by it. CASH BTJSI3STESS, a-- 1 - aide-doo- r y McKINNEV Itheu-matiBt- u SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL PAPER I ALABASTINE Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. s Wo Bo MoMOBJHBTS, . Jjfc'-'j-! - 1 .. -" 1"'." TE2 W ib&4& ta tmt i. U , V I 4 I t The directors of the L & N. declarTiik codifying and classifying committee appointed by resolution of the lato ed a cash dividend of 2 per cent. This uuliimented will no', perform its duties is one of the few roads in the South that during the last now nor 'smother time, thanks to Gov. even made Stanford, Ky., - July 14, 1RH3 Brown, who sent his little veto hatchet hard year on expensed roads. . . ". t clear through the whole concern. His itanKin rosi u. it., 01 ew 1 orK, reasons for so doing com mend them- have asked that their pensions be paid W. P. WALTON. selves to the wayfaring man even in silver. If such a request was made though he be a bigger fool than the by all the pensioners it would let out Goods, Shoo members of the legislature who passed about ;1 00,000,000. a. week of eve?' the net, conferring such extraordinary Hal Cochrill was given four years ever plenary powers on a commission. The for the murder of James Amerine at Ir of. JFJci.TJDA.'Sr. governor very truly says that the laws vine, l tie ueeu was commuted tivo of the commonwealth ttand inviolate, years ago, smco wnicn time Mere nave A tkhhiiils tragedy was enacted at the word for word, as they were adopted, o been several hung juries. Chicago Monday afternoon. The lare unless constitutionally altered or repealLightning struck Ben Xenl's barn buildin-othe Cold Storage Company, ed. There is no power to expunge a near Ironton, O., while 20 men and boys which had an ice skating rink, situated section or syllable thereof except that were taking shelter in it. One man was c; 7 1 -- 2c, just outside of the fair grounds, caught lodged in the General Assembly. When killed, another horribly burned and tho 1-S of tire in the tall tower, which rose 100 feet that body adjourned its authority to leg rest were knocked down and otherwise Ya to it. In an almost incredi- islate ceased and it could not delegate to Goods mi.t. in. or more above hurt. ble space ol tiuii! 20 firemen had climbed a commission any right to change exist be The Chamberlain Investment Co., of to it, when, horror of liorrors, Homes ing laws In any respect witiiont requirWe Denver, Col., the largest real estate con broke out beneath them, completely ing that such nltcratious should receive cern in the west has closed its doors. be closed, o5c, 75c. Wc shutting them oil from escape or rescue. the approval of a future General Assem The liabilities direct and contingent are 5c, 15c. were left one to bly of the State. This was not done. Only two alternatives $2,:W2,U8and tho nominal assets and be burned, the other to jump Indeed the sin of omission is aoout as remain to the roof of the building W feet below, bad as that of commission and both are Senator Sherman, in a letter, repeats to be dashed to death. The firemen bad enough. The evils that the body that his silver bill was passed to prevent those the latter and one by one they did will live after it. The good it didn't a free cofnago act and says he would made the plunge, all alighting on the do will be interred with its hones. chane only one provision in it now by be 5c. wnrf.h dmthin roof shapeless masses, except one, who repealing the clause for the compulsory A of elescandal is still horrified by his perilous and hopeless Tiik Howerton-Ke- rr purchase of bullion. position, jumped headlong into the furnishing food for the lovers of that Mrs. Emma Long, of Alliance, Ohio, seething llames below. Over 20,000 peo kind of gossip in Bourbon and Fayette. go grew angry at her neighbor's ple witnessed the appalling spectacle, All the parties except Mrs. Howerton daughter and threw boiling water in go 7jc. priccs"on. her strong men fainted with weaker women have had their say through cards in the face. The child, besides, losing her eyeand the cries and screams of those who papers and she has run oil', possibly to sight, i disfigured for life, while Mrs. gave vent to their feelings in that way Hamilton, Mo. Howerton in his last Long occupies a cell in jail awaiting her No such catastrophe card asserts that after his wife had conwas heartrending. trial. had ever happened in this country and fessed to a criminal liason with Capt. Chattanooga's Chief of 1'olico died he bare thought of it sends horror to the Kerr, extending over a period of some Tuesday, and it is alleged that his death Ovr be soul. Twenty brave firemen lost their 20 years, he refused to live longer with was caused by an overdose of morphine to wc ever. lives and many others were injured. The her and believing that the man who administered by Dr. Johnson while the favorable course of the wind was all that wrought her ruin ought to contribute to to A. CO latter was under the influence of liquor. we saved the World's Fair buildings, her support when she was cast upon Tho physician was arrested on the charge or many of them, from being burn the cold charities of the world, he sent : of involuntary manslaughter. : ed. The World's Fair directors and oth- her to him to make the demand for At Mansfield, Ohio, 110 persons ers are severely censured for permitting f 10,000 or $20,000. The money was to sampled the cheese which was made by such a tire trap to be erected in such be held in trust for her use and benefit a new firm at that place. Just thnt Dr. Benton says that a little lady close proximity to the grounds. It was and he was not to profit in the least by number of people are very ill from eat- has engaged board at Mr Conrad Hiatt's about as combustible as a powder house it. Capt. Kerr maintains his innocence TIIK HKST PLACKTO HUY ing it and the health ollker has com- recently and it has changed the looks ot and its destruction was but a question of of the charge and denounces Howerton pelled the manufacturer to shut down Mr. Hiatt considerably. time. Somebody blundered, and blun- as a blackmailer. The woman's brothuntil an investigation can be made. The deacons of the Bredhead Bapdered criminally. ers side with him and if they do any Miss Annesley Kcnealy, who has tist church went with Bro. Tike to Onk gunning will point their weapons at The new law regulating the practice Howerton. The latter's card has chang- been in Europe Investigating tho pros-- i Hill church last Saturday to asiist in pecta of cholera, having been sent by ordaining Bros. Hiatt and Huberts as of medicine in this State will go into ef ed public sentiment in his behalf and it the lady'scommittee of the World's Fair, ' deacons in that church. all the old feet Oct. 3 next. It repeals is now thought that he is much more has returned and says that the disense laws on the subject and requires that'ev-er- y Daniel Bow erH died last week and sinned against than sinning. It is said is cettinc a strong hold in rranccand was buried in the Christian cemetery physician now engaged, or who may All new stock and latest designs. that Mrs, Howerton was for a long time t i. !... ;. Will 1U Ul UJC tll'UIB. Ull .1 ....:.. Ml t !. .1 HJtJI llU bur... lie v. A J. Tike will preach Ins Ulll KM 11 hprealter desire to engage, in tne pracengaged to be married to Col. A. M. before hall. tice shall obtain a license from the State funeral and that of Old Father Bowers Swope. Harry Hill, of Atlanta, who lorged iftmj t,(J mte l)oy ot q Ujwer at the Board of Health and have it registered in the county in which he resides. This Cait. W. S. Bailky, the popular and the name of Mrs. Porter, wife of Banker j H tUl ci,rch wn on the 2d Sunday from Carroll J. II. Porter, was released on bond giv n .- A ....... applies equally to all graduates, whether capable representative i i i .i from medical schools located in Ken- county, dropped dead at his home near by .nr. i oner untier promise ui reiuriu. MT. VERNON, R0UKCASTLE COUNTY. tucky or elsewhere, as well as to those Worthville, Wednesday, of heart failure. He went to Augusta, got drunk, boasted of his acts and insinuated that Mrs. Porwho are exempted from obtaining diplo- He represented his county in the two Elder Carmichal preached an excelmas because reputably und honorably last Legislatures and could have contin- ter was unchaste. Now he is fleeing lent sermon here Sunday night. engaged in practice in this tate prior to ued to do so as long as he he desired, so from the wrathful husband's gun and One fare for the round trip on the Feb. 23, l&.L Secretary J. N. McCor great a hold had h on the hearts of his four more warrants charging him with excursion from this place to the d mack has issued a circular that the constituents. Capt. Bailey was the fa- - forgery. Fair July 27 and board is ready to begin to issue certifiof Mrs. Halhe Bailey, sister Mr Harris Baker will build a resiFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. cates and those who desire to practice of Miss Gertrude Howard, late of the dence shortly between Mr. Jonas Jim Carter bought of McAninch, of without legal hindrance must send their Stanford College faculty. store and dwelling. Casey, 7 fat heifers at 2Je. diplomas, with age, address, Mrs. May Bell is visiting relatives at So kak, we believe no couutv has OK KVKRY I) INSCRIPTION. Twelve trottt'rs nud pace's have en- Livingston. Misses Maggie and Bessie place of birth, years in practice and the asked the State Board of Equalization tered the 2 15 list this year. school of medicine to which he professes Adams, of Garrard, and Mies Letha Call and see them before buying. George Baker bought of Henderson to belong, together with a license fee of for a reduction of assessment without Iwvry thing in the grocery line Cook, of Richmond, are guests of MUs $2. Dr. Steele Bailey is referee for this being granted it. Louisville Times. Young a bunch of shotts at 5Jc. Mrs. Georgie Rice is for ;ale cheap. Lucille Joplin. county and upon being required to do The facts do not confirm your belief. J. A. Hammonds sold a lot of corn out from Louisville. Mrs. Eugene so by the board, the applicant must ob- Lincoln county was refused a reduction to be delivered in Lancaster at !.(). Snodgracs, of Japan, and Mifc5 Hunt, of No. 2 wheat sold on track in Cincin- Lexington, are guests of Mrs. M J. Mil tain a recommendation from him that he and when Madison asked for bread she got a stone in the shape of ; per cent, nati Wednesday at tJO and No. .5 at o7c. is in good professional standing. The ler, Jr. Miss Came Lair has been visit Don't mies the $:i00 saddle stallion ing relatives at Livingston. Mr. Thomas doctors are determined that the quacks increase over the first increase. shall be weeded out and their effort purse on the first day of tho Fair, Thurs Heeton came up to tho picnic WednesNEWSY NOTES. Cut-Pri- ce should meet with the encouragement day, July 27. day. Mies Lillian Woodall was up from both of the profession and those who The Advocate says that four trotters Brodhead last Saturday. Princeton, Ind suffered a 5250,000 Misa Maggie fire. On goods in every department will begin this week at are to sutler or be saved by medicine. have been driven already in 2 Hi at Spradlin returned from Tennessee this An y year-olboy at Bourbon, Ind., Crit Davis' track, Harrodsburg. Mrs. M. C. Miller is on the sick week. Tiik pension department is in earnest is in jail for horse stealing. "White Hat" McCarthy put up L. King is quite ill. about purging the list. A large number The Michigan bicycle mile record of $200 on his horse Bernardo, at Chicago, list. Mrs. C. Forty-threteachers were examinof fraudulent pensioners have already 2 24 has been reduced to 2:17. and took down 512,000. He sold at (10 ed last Friday and Saturday Of these been dropped and now an order has nice line oi esis win uc piacetl on sale John West, of New Bedford, Ind., to 1. at loc, wortii '5 pas.--, four obtained about (wi failed to ami 2x, nicer quality at a little advance. All brands of Calicoes po been issued notifying many who are committed suicide by swallowing a lot of selling at I to If first-clShipping cattle are certificates and the remainder drawing money under the dependent tacics. Masonville and Lonsdale Cottons S'jC, best 10-- 4 Uleached . and butcher at same price in Cincinnati. second and Ten of the ap- at5c Hamilton's meat store and Devore's pension act that they will be suspended We have also received a new lot of Millinery and can hogs brine to ), sheep 41 to .i plicants had attended Mrs. Nesbitt's (Sheeting 22c Select for 60 days, during which time they bar room burned at Richmond; loss Do-f- t fail to get a pair of those sample and lambs to cer- jopen your eyes on prices. school tho last term and all received insured. must show by competent evidence that Baugh-maShoes at' cost before it is too late. We will continue to give our cusP W. Green bought of Will public school tificates. The Mt. Vernon Bud, alias I. N. Young, a Pulaski they are entitled to be continued on the gelding for f 12i and of will be taught by Misses Ella and Lu- tomers a handsome Crayon Portrait with every Sio's worth of goods. a county moonshiner, has been lodged in rolls, otherwise they will be dropped. gelding by cille Jonlin. Brodhead by Mrs. Mattie Ask for a card. Walker Lyon a Let the good work go on. There are jail at Louisville. Wilkes for $175. Carter and Mr. Watson, Oak Hill h Wm. Getty, of Templeville, Del , Gambetta hundreds of thousands on the pension W. H. Baker, of Rockcastle, sold to Miss Carrie G Lair, Pine Hill by Mr h. was killed by a strawberry seed, which rolls who ought not to be on them. The Robinson, of Garraid, a bunch of 2 and P. Hansel; Calloway by Mr Oliver M. list should be a roll of honor instead of lodged in his windpipe. cattle at 2jc. Mr. Baker also Bold Wallen; Purcelle by Miss Ellen Butnet, The trunk lines have agreed to a being filled by those who did not servo Gooch a lot at same price. Cave, Miss Alice Lewis, Skaggs Creek, World's Fair rate of one fare for tho to Win. their country in war and who are Mr. E. P. Woods' plendid saddle Mr. 1). L. Southerd, Buckeye, Mr. A. to live off of it and Keep from do- round trip, with a 10 days' limit. Eagle Bird, has made a splen- Burdette. Norton Mr. L. W. Bethurain; James Corbett and Peter Jackson stallion, ing honest work. did season. He served 0 mares and Hansels, Miss Ora Hansel, Level Green, have signed contracts to fight and June In Square or round top, inc or ranvas; Tiik U.S. circuit courtat Chicago made of next year has been settled upon as many of them were the finest in this Mr. Jasper Brown; Livingston, Mr. Mat section. short work of John Wanamaker's effort the time. Debord, McClures, Miss Ardilla Tyrte, Nelson Rowland, who is handling Coffey's, Mr. Josh Boreing, Jr , ScaMe to advertise himself and his "sheep The Wagner Company owns 700 parHays that Cane, Miss Kate Coddington; Maiet-bur- g, by bringing suit to restrain the lor cars and sleeping coaches, valued at him, informs Beazley Bros. World's Fair directors from opening the $10,500,000, the Pullman Company 2,:;i0 Silver Tip is in fine form and is saddling Mr. Si Martin, Gentrys, Mr. Wilgates on Sundays, by throwing the case valued at tM,000,000. to perfection. Rowland says his .knee liam Brown; Flat Rock, B. L. Bethurum, And- action is as good ai that of the Farris etc. out of court on the grounds that the C. P. Huntington and carriage is much plaintiff has no standing in the court of A merry crowd of pleasure seekers, Axtell, of the C. A. O., deny the re- mare and he thinks his 5 equity, and the stockholders having port that that railroad is endeavoring to better. composed of many young ladies and The New Harrodsburi: Fair Com gentlemen of town and their visitors, elected the directors, they could not now get control of the L. & X. S. pany will give an exhibition Sept. question their discretion. Of course no started earlv Wednesday morning in Near Richmond, Ind., Mrs. Henry In canvas, rubber or leather. other result was expected. Cheat) Johu Gau, daughter and son were run into The following stakes close July 20th "jolt wagons lor me picnic grounds on old trotters of the 2:40 Renfro's Creek. The r.iturn by tv.ilightj is a miserable hypocrite, but he believes by a train while driving over a railroad Stake for class, guaranteed $100. Stake forjiacers, was like a triumphal march, the lovely i in advertising and usually gets there by crossing and all were killed. years old and under, guaranteed fJOO. belles and gallant beaux almost conceal-inBamburger, tho murder of a whole that route. their happy faces beneath verdant trotters of the Stake for three year-olfamily in North Dakota, mention of Aktkr reading our ultimatum in the 400. 'I ho terms twigs and ferns gathered in the shady was made in our last issue, was 2.r.0 clam, guaranteed f t IAMIIHLL K. L A I'll in: recvSBts of the wildwood. The delusion last issue of the Intkriok Jol'unai., As- winch for these stakes are per cent, entrance; that he was an old bachelor had been .augl,t and hanged by a mob. sistant Postmaster General Maxwell per cent to accompany nomination Ju- dispelled from Andy's mind by the T. V. Powderly will endeavor to pulled off his coat, greased up his guilWill ly 20th, and 2 per cent, to start, payable witchery of a bluo eyed lassie. form f.ll labor organisations into one vast was glad, very glad, that he was not in lotine and went to work in earnest deevening before thereon. political union. He says labor must Texas. Gertie thought it much more He capitating republican postmasters. c& elect judges or be defeated forever. jolly than dull old Lexingtcn. Dick BR0DHEAD. took off 127 heads Wednesday including savs "come fame, com fortune, but first The internal revenue collections in those of the postmasters at Manchester, The Brodhead Roller Mills will shut come another picnic." Lucille thinks Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st.: wareroom.t paint the Lexington district for the fiscal year it will be so pleasaut to revert to while whem he replaced with that sterling ending and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. June V,Q were $3,4,SS,-1003, more down for a fow weeks. teaching the young idea how to shoot. Gilbert Garrard, and Millers-burg- , democrat, It is reported that there will be a Hanissayshe is th hoes lisherninn. than fOOO.OOO greater than any previwhere he appointed F. A. Jones, wedding in town soon. Charley says "love is heaven and heav. We are looking at you Maxy. Keep up ous year. A negro tied tho rope for the mob Mr. Joseph Majors, of Glades, had a en is love." Florelle looked melancholy good work. the because the quarry could not stop for A' specialty. that hung Robert Larkin, the negro who line horse stolen last week. aSign Work, artistic and plain. "QU We guarantee picnic. May pronounces it an enThe Colorado Silver convention dem outraged a young white girl. Another & Cherry will move their tho Woodyard work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. dream. Tom wquld not have chanting onstrated the fact that the silverites are building missed it if the whole telegraph system as crazy as June bugs. There is no use negro was lynched at New Columbup, stock of goods into their new had stopped. Miss., for murder. CAMPIJELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky tho last of this week. urguing with crazy men. Semi-Weekly InteriorJoml T ,. 1 t. .. CHANCE OF neara - ! 6 OE 8 PAGES. EVEEY f Au.rain naie prices Clothing and The most verfect demoralizalisn of Dm greatest is the beginning of the known. Right ahead of you i LIFE TIME. G-- The handsome line of Summer Dress Cloth at worth 12 a nice line Ch'dlies worth and 10c, at 5c; India Linens and all other Dru reduced half their former prices. also thin sale our line of Lace Curtains, which will sold at 50c, 75c and. $1 per pair, worth double the money. have all shades of Surah and figured l-2oc Xhey I 00. China Silks, which will out at worth this sale fifty dozen Ladies' Jests at worth 10c and will put in Our full line GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS and Children's Shoes, will also put in this slaughter sale. Handkerchiefs at the money. full line Outing Shirts at 25c, worth 50c, gant line of Neglige Shirts with laundered collars and cuffs, and our were which sold at 7jc and $1 in this sale atf0c, and our better grade which were sold at SI. 2j and "?. j0, at Remember the our Men's, Boys' .Ill Are cut in half. cheaper than will guarantee THE LOUISVILLE STORE.' Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing will sold ask is call on us before yon buy elsewhere and save yon money, URBAN SKY $ Wall A. Paper ! 1 I I ... R PENNY. BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, THB BEST MALI. .Man-for- ther-inla- i. post-ollic- e ' WATER : COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. : A : Great : Sale d e TheCash Bargain Store Y to-day as third-class- ( J2,-50- 0, 1 ). n B. F. JONES & SON. ar now-tryin- iV. TIFLTTINriKlSI V A OSES TE05SCOPEI3 H. J. McROBERTS. A.T7STI1T, Vice-Presid- 15 -' d I I NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL Fro'rs. House Painting and Paper Hanging I A . 4 'j.1 &.. u.iuAi'i .. .rfov . . r Wt L. l.'.H Jt .- -' 5U Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal SUMMKR TIME IN N. 14, 18!W 8tahpord, Ky., W. P. WALTON. ment might bo cut short by this ordiDILL NYE TELLS OF SOME BOARDERS Ono elderly maiden lady could not go nance. Think of little Evuin long dresses to sleep unless I hold her hand. And she or dying with her boots on! Athens is n HE HAS KEPT. moral plnce, and in fancy wo can see was plain too. Sho was trying this on her face, sho said. I could not what a stride has been made thero when Rome Went There For ThHr llrnltli, nnd see that it did any good. Sho wanted to tho lady acrobat has to go through her Somr, Alsil llnnrlii'il Tliern Too Lulu. go to sleep just at tho timo I wanted to tedious double somersaults and Hying Tim fM,y lYItli tlm J. illrr. mnl the Man do my chores at tho barn and tod down leaps in n trail. board. ell-mut- It seems rather a that C. Too many of them think to they suffer times a very good rigid law, for somejuvenilo entertainpay for their so much they ought not 7fCfoUlr00 1 1 o Saa yYyjJts?j M Bm p . yjTov-ri- n s ,ww - r. finrfrC t THE : WORLD'S AND AMERICAN : FAIR, With I'lillilaU. ICopyrlk'lil. RAILWAYS. hardly think Kfeeu. theru will 1h enough for a mess. My radishes aro very largo now, but on biting into them I find them tilled .. THE with a keen, searching wind, whilo tho radish itself is jxor, and our guests them. Our white Swedish turnips alv aro slow, and thoso wo havo tasteil remind mo of carpet warp toiled with tont'M't. They aro bitter, fibrous, and altogether wo havo lost two to.trdurs on R. R. Louievinr 4 that account. Mrs. Tripp, who is sjiending the sumIt the line for you, at tit mer hero to euro her littlosonof tho Lazarus difliculty, says that sho cannot promiso to comu next year if wo continue to live on fre-d-i vogutablos grown Make dote eontititions at on tho place. LOUISVILLE AndiOINCINNATJ "Why notr I ejaculated. "That's tho reason you came." Kor all points. "Never mind," sho retorted. "I never TIIROUOIPTICKKTS SOLD. THROUGH thought that such things could to mado as you Mvin to rain' on your place." For any information t.imilre of JOI.S HICK. Agent, Ky exclaimed, ris"Tut, tut. woman!" SMnlerd, ()r ing to my full height. "I plant thc.v) W. V. PK.NN. Trav I'att Aitenl. Junction C ty, Ky things, but tho All Seeing Hand causes them to grow. Do not revilo mo or try to cut down your toard because a jiower is unseen and toyond tho knowl-edg- o BR that of man Nor fol N-tit to till our radishes W with oxygen." I hate to toard iooplo who enmo from SthnUle Jjr.c 4, iJl a small town. They are tho worst. They keep telling mo that at homo thoy keep a carnage ami tiou 1 get up uu ociocK. LK.WK NOKION DAlt.Y 1105 ft tn lir (rshaiit. II leticlJ. I'otali.mtu They camo from Hossville, Richmond an.J all ttatiout Klal lop and 1'o.ihotiUs Divii county, and register from New York. '"'VoO P ni lor lefiell, Ril.rd, Roanoke. Their children at tablo eat like tho I'nito l.yiichbHig. Richmond and Notlolk. Indians. Mtcpllig Cart I mm HlueiieM to Norlolk and Wo had ono lady last year from Kliza-botKtdfnrd. alto from Lynchburg to KUboiond. X. J. Sho claimed to to n Now Trains lor Pocahontas, Powhatan J anda 1.00I11. will leave lllueficlil daily at 6 10 a in, jo m, 0 York lady and camo hero to euro a n in and jej p 6 o a m and 1 wpo m daily for goitre. Sho claimed that jt was n royal Leave Kennva and Columbui, O , ChuaaSn d all points goitre, handed down to her from Henry Pullman teener on s jo p m train lor Chi West p m ami Hom. I suppoio that it was handed VIII ea.ro Arrive Columbui Additional truilii, for Welch and Intermedial! down by means of a clotheslino or someen Klkhoirl leave Itluefiohl 5 oj p m dti stations thing, so as not to stun her. Trains arrive at Norton Irotn the Kast dally ai jicculiari-ties- , of hato to tK-ap m of in and $ a li Korpfurther Inlornution at tn schedules, raiet but this goitre was tho main thing, ..ettero Rail- and she was only Ac, apply to SnU of Norfolk UK with it in ILL, " " Ksanoke, Ya road or to of it fully. some slight way, so I sjn-aGrn Pati Agt Tho tiio would como down to breakfast M V IIRAt.U, Trat. Past. Atfent together and tell about Now York till I got worn out waiting for a chanco to tell about a fibrous tumor I had once, j but sho was hero all summer and went OHIO homo in September, and my fibrous tuCHESAPEAKE mor never got tho siK'akor'a eyo for an ......tr YOU ARK GOING I Creicenl Itoulo, widely known as runnms the "I'inest I'mIiis in th South, Uln the field to carry everybody from the South ojilar, and thuliuircl.aud th whitooak, to trt World'i I'slr at Chicago. JN'o pirt of the nnd tho red oak, and Southern country li left uncaied for by thu rat ind tho John oak, railway ami in connection!. The; Through Car tho black oak, and thu post oak, and tho of the wonder-lu- t swamp oak, and tho livo oak, nnd tho Syitciu l an admirable frrom dead oak, and thu hluo gum, and thu red capabilities of A metican railroading New Orlcant Throuiih Sleeping Cart run daily, turning and evening, carrying ill passengers by Cincinnati or Loulttllle, ai they may siltct. From Shreveporl, VlcV.burg ami Jackiou anolh-e- r Through SleepltiK Car t.loe comes to join and becon, a part ol the magnificent Vrstibuted Through Train, which, pisilnf through llirni' Ingham and the famoua Will Vafley of Alabama. it Joined at Chattanooga by thoJlralnCirotn Jack, sonvllle, Kl., llruniwUk .and Atlanta, (Ja.,oer the K.T. V, A (i H'y, and proceeds north oer the beautiful Cincinnati Southern, through the grandest natural scenery amd motl attractive historical couu'ry lu the world, to Oakdate, where another majninceM Pullman Car it received, Coming fiom the Uichmond & Danville systsro from I'harleeton, S C, through Columbia, H. C , the beautiful Krrnch llroad country, and Astiville" .V. C.and ICnoiville, Tenn The time to Chicago it .made to at to afford tbe most convejltnt hourt for departure! from the principal citiei and arrival in Chicago I'aoengert can purchase ticketi good over one line nrth ol the river, and returmug via another 'TCT, TIT, WOMANl" If they detlre a variable route without ettra charit. Or they canjgo via Cinuiiriali, returning rTtiin, and tho black KUta wny to and fro via I.ouitville.or vice vena, In tho clear and iK'uutifiil haze, lleroand Kojnd trip ticlett on tale at", reduced rate. tbero tho tweet jxitato vinorprawls over Agenttof the (h.ctgo line will i.n re.iu.-- t tho rich and auburn soil or tho watervisit- d looking up nin or aLCommodationt for melon hurries rapidly alon to overtako ort to the Kalr tho swift trruwitig vino to which it ayitemcan Evirythiag that an almotl perfect to deterve the pralte and palronageof the deviM In my vej;etabbi pintpn I wo tho tall, traveling puklic hai been provided. Any of the graceful growth of tho asparagus, whirh AgonU of tbe companies mined below witl cheerfully give all pottible information and amttancei. I hhould liavo eaten whilo it was yotin. f)rleant, t.a. I. Hardy, but a man told mo hero that aKparagun K. II. Carratt, Ne VicktburK, Mm. J K- - McT.r.gor, lUrmlnghem, wn often destroyed by using tho tender W I) Ala. K. T. Charlton, Challanoom, lenn. hoot. I lo ad vinttl mo to wait until tho Ooaitl, Junction il.: Ky , or I). O. Kdwarli, plants hhould 1r in full I havo CUcionstl, O. dono ho, but with ill hiiccvm. Tho fruit Th Queen Hie ru'l Huck C, July. It ia Hiiinmor tiitin in my mountain homo, whuro tliojolm pine, and thu turnip tree, ami tho Rourwoort, and thu curly H. VMunr V. Siioai-s- , N. !) N)e.) ! ' I rm& "ll i. trniall and still NORTH WIST, re-fu- so Htiui Double Dally Tra.nn 1 tho team. Her complexion was tho color of a soft shell turtlo's stomach. Of course sho was not to blame for that, but I phould havo mado her toard 2 tier weok higher. Sho was front Fishkill, but claimed to to a refined New York city tolle. Onco sho wanted to tell mo her history, but I told her that I had promised to wind tho clock and go to bed by a quarter of 10. So I escaped. Ono drawback about keeping boarders in a healthy resort of some notoriety is that more or less medical attendance I can is called for with tho toard. figure on tho victuals, but I cannot on tho wear and tear in cases of heart disease five miles from a physician. Onco a casual acquaintance from Yonkers asked mo by mail if I could take his uncle, who was needing a chango and country air. I told him my rates for rooms and meals and a week later got up at I! o'clock a. m. to go and meet him with tho team. Ho failed to get his trunk, and so ho wore my clothes mostly. In fact, ho had them on when ho ho was overtaken in Georgia after ho had escaped. Ho was u good old man, but had leen crazy eight years. Tho Yonkers man thought the old chap would recover tho moment ho got into North Carolina. M) ho did not speak of tho lunacy Some write im that my terms are satisfactory if would provide them with caddie horses. cannot do that. I s havo laid out a good deal in and seaside toboggans and am figuring on a tamo tour, but saddle horses for people who cannot remain on top of tho horse, together with a man to go out anil gather in horses that havo Irwii deridered, reduces my pay to a mere bagatelle, and I havo no sjiecial tiM3 for a bagatelle anyway. Somo of my boarders die in tho house. This is not caused by jnjor food or neglect on my part, but many do not seek a health resort until thoy feel tho waters of tho dark river rising over their shoo tops. Then they go and die on tho hands of somo ono who never did them any harm by word or deed. Is this fair? Is it just? Many of them use more sugar on berries than is necessary. Others put butter on ginger cakes and ask for finger towls for their little ones to sail their crackers in. Others want watermelons for Christmas and snowbirds on toast for the Poirtth of July. 1 hato such ieoplo and often threaten that I will let my well go on the mortgage rather than to knocked down and walked on like that. I was torn under tho most favorable circumstances and date back ns far as tho eyo can reach, and I would not to made a drudge of in this way by rude looplo if it were not for tho fear that my well will be foreclosed at tho depth of 10:1 feet. This year my vegetables camo in lato. So diil my cow. Now tho boarders sjieak of our ennned food in thu meanest spirit that I ever saw. Hut lut us chango tho cal-rula- to Even tho femalo elephant will havo to drajo herself or keep off tho stage. "Ca- - j : -- nnry birds and trained fleas," says The News and Courier, "will havo to to careful." So will trained mico and dog shows. Possibly Athens means human females, but even then what of Little t.va dying in ovonmg ureas, wuu ner trail hanging over tho footboard, and Lawyer Marks in tho wings weeping into tho ear of hisladvdonkov. who is dressed in a Mnrio Antoinette basque, with pro- bate court train on same. Sr-v-.., --- "". "fsMftiste ra5 III I.IMtlBl wUiiV. J Sltlll'fil J mmwwmmMmmmmsm -- mmm&& "V ". AWAIIW'I vMr mmrjLM"wwz' i5. i is p iim m l i 'r.iiiifffljw I 1 1 A Double Problem. Tho teacher had tho arithmetic class before her, at tho head of which was the grocer's toy. "John," sho asked, "if a man should buy a barrel of sugar weighing 200 pounds at !t cents a iound and sell it at u centH a pound, what profit would he make?" John gavo tho question only a moment's thought. "Seven dollars and a half, ma'am," he answered with confidence. "Next," said the teacher promptly. "Hold on," interrupted John, "my answer was right." "It was not." said tho teacher with S : 2i?z?-ir- o CLsu m&u-tr&if1 I l yzGfaL 7oua w&fafee&s? rr &Z sAjL4641&. yfci sztj?tjxsze4k - (irmtiesai. merry-go-round- "Why wasn't it?" insisted John. "Let tho next boy answer and you will see." Tho next toy answered $3. "That's correct," taid tho teacher. John looked at tho other boy contemptuously. "Maybe it is in arithmetic," ho said, "but it ain't in tho grocery business," nnd as John gavo place to tho toy below him tho teacher heard him mutter Mmething about "extry fer sand." Detroit Fieo Press. College IlMiS 1 HUSTON VILLE, KY., FRITS, i $clentlflo Anerlcu iny Pills; on iinrgln the botr- del It weakens tlielr A gcntlo nnerlent julrcd. Tutt's Tlny A epared with special A uncnt cure of Tliili ll'l1 T IssfiksiiM Athlete. rrmaln In the sys-on the llvor, cause Ho and their tonlo power to the bowM healthy accumula-ctlte and digestion "ftJitxo little pills. UI'urkPlace.N.V. A and HEADACHE, CAVEATS. MAKKts DESIGN PATINTS. COPYRIGHTS, ata. For Information and f reo Handbook wrlt to MUNN tL CO- - 30 IlHOADWAT. NEW TOBC. Oldest bareaa for securing patonta tn Amerle. Krery patent taken outbr us la brought beforst tb putllo by s notice giren free of charge la tho JTRADt 2W3W Larvest drculatlon of any scientlfle paper In the world. Kplendldlr Illustrated. Ko tntelllirent man should bo without It. Week It, 83,60 m yeari IIJo six months. Address MUNN 4 OO, VfHusurip. aOl Broadway. Mew York City $tmtilit tttwnw MENSTRUATION olf in due time without pain or dis- I ! L uui wneu sue apnroacnes mis J crisis MONTHLY with a frail constitu-- J tion and feeble health she endangers J both her physical and mental powers. T w'th a woman of vigorous health 5 f.l.l passes MYERS HOUSE LIinSRir STABX.X p. vV.CREEN, Prop. This rlablc, which Is run n correction with th n Myers House, bjsjbten supplied with well-kuuw- . til rn- vi' ! W- - ' - r- - r && r BRADFIELD'S t s FEMALES REGULATOR if taken a few days before the monthly sickness sets in and continued untill J nature performs her functions, has no J equal as a SPECIFIC for Painful, Pro- Scanty, Suppressed and Irregular t u-- s, A'New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, subject. Western s 111 h, 1 111. lllui-fiel- 1 s & RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, And all other Eastern Cities. Katlern Points. IN EFFECT NOV. Shortctt Line between Louisville, Lesingion'and 1. 1801 F.ASTnOUND. Lvo. Leninton '7 lepra Atlantic Ktpreti No. 11, daily Midland Accommodation, No, 16. ei Sun..u.4oam 6.ioprn Wttihuled Express, No 14. daily Mt. Sterling Accom , No. 3, Sho took thu top otl tho milk at first, so wo got to passing it around tho other Her 11111110 was Mudge Mrs. wav. Mudgo of Elizabeth, N. J., U. S. A. Sho taid sho camo to our houso because sho wanted to to in a literary atmosphere, so wo gave her tho room where I keep my Congressional Records. Sho slept thero all summer sho and hor instant. tlm tmmntiiln kiiji which lets tho triti'lir out of Unldvii alIoy down to tho, Citiie creek Miction, whero Mr. dwell, neur this uP. la n Miinll eiuiln, lie llwt) Smart unit her dioichter Susie. Just llirvo years iio I went throucli this wip on my tlritttrlp tolioldi'M Milley. nntl In tliut lonely home I foil ml .Sule, u fulr blond malil of IS. Hrr iiuillier hud Kouunwuy thut duyon Siidlo wna tho M)lo occupant of tho nettly nnd talked home. Slit" wus tlrei-c- d tn the iwnt of Tlio Aurora, express-Ini- ; 1 then u tlctdro to subscrilx! for tho p:iH-r- . sant In her nnme. When I re.iehed tlntt again l.int Saturday, Stisio Smart W1 again round alone, nl homo. Her mother had i;onu out hunttnw' cuttle on the mountain. I wish at this moment to speak n friendly word for a cln3 who are so far removed from the aid of organized societies that they lead a sad life, oven in thu toautiful mountains of this region. Socially it is a blot uon a very picturesque and delightful country. I give tho closing jmragraph of a letter written to his paper by tho special of The Aurora. It is not changed in any way except in tho signature, and that I disguise in order to prevent trouble or misunderstanding. Anything in a money way, no matter how small, may be sent to me, and thoso whotu conditions 1110 fatherless may drop in nnd receive a part of tho money. Helow is tho letter: On Siitunliiy Inst nt noon, after a tlrcsomo He Do you go in for athletics at Vas ' J prepat FIRST-CLAS- nil rummer's Suppl es and Is better than ever uupply the public with S RIGS OF.ALL KINDS. sar.' She Yes, in an indirect way. Ho How is that? Sho We go in for athletes. Truth. i J ; MENSTRUATION " Book to Personal and promplattectioo givento Wedding! Tames and flu rials. P. V. GREEN, Proprietor. AL. HURNS, Maoager. nt I'utent .iUeil i ,.... 'Tliia .l.itwrt.....,..v li'ic, iifitilio.1.. fnr .. Tint. . ....7 ..- !... 111. nt ..,.,... ent on a badge designed for tho protec- tiou of orphans and others who realize1 the futility of trying to answer all tho leading questions of tho day. The badges ' will bo handsoiiitily printed in letters of gold on pink silk and read as follows: - " WOMAN .. . 4x TRADE! BHAOFIELO REGULATOR mailed free. CO.. Atlanta, Ga. Sold by alt Jtrttgytmtt. ' f vx-- 0000 BLOOD POI- PAY ! FOR GOOD WORK! ERADICATES I I walk, I riMilifil hnvo not lieen to t lie World f.ilr. will go the World's fair when 1 tfotRood uuil le.idy. It Is nut lmt c.'inimli for me. 1 am Koine to teiiialu lu tbe city all sum- mur. Krai SON AND BLOODTAINT. For Ladies or Gentlemen ! J.uiu-tAmln'- Persons desiring badges como early to avoid tho rush, as tho demand promises to to something phenomenal. Washington Star. Slim. blood oUon of the very worst type. Wm. Looms, Shreveport, La. Swift's Specific (S.S. S.) Cevfral bottles of my 5) stem of contagious J entirely cleansed $5 to S500 Cash! According to results accomplished; in addition to a liberal commist-ioof twenty ner cmt. u i. CURES SCROFULA IN EVEN ITS WORST FORMS. and cleansed my from It by taking seven 1 have not had any sympC. V. Wilcox, Spattanburg, S. C In 1MI, Also t cot-tAi- ;o Judge You are charged with running a gamo of chance guilty or not guilty? Prisoner Not guilty, your honor. Tho man who goes against my gamo has no chance on earth. Detroit Free Press. L'niiiirulleled Consideration. GUESS PREMIUMS T 1 bottto ol S. S. S. toms since. hap scrofula system entirely .; . FOR SUBSCRIBERS. ji3 fflm HOLDING" HKR HAND. HASCURED HUNDREDS OF CASES OF SKIN CANCER. ree. Impossibilities or Uncertainties. Every thing Fair, Honor able, Plain and Positive. No See programme in the Henry VIII goitre. 1 liked to draw her out regarding Henry and his peccadillos such obligations to liiiu' "It was moro than that. Ho declined an imitation to visit Smith during tho World's fair." Chicago Inter Ocean. is getting Anderson weaker and weaker every day. Biggs I can give you a remedy. Sure Cure. My memory A "I supposo he must havo saved his lifo somo time, Smith seems to feel under Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed, Swift SFkClFlc Co., Atlanta 1. tabler'spii WeeRly Enpircr of our Fourth An ml Contest among Agents tor largest clubs. 11 en. Sun. 55Pn WEST HOUND. Arr. i.tiington: l.esingtnn Accom,, No. 17, ex Sun 7 55am Ia)uuvI1Ic Express No. 11, dally 11.40pm 4 15pm Lexington Accom. No, ,5, ax Sun 6.10pm Vettibuled Express No: j, daily but tranfera Solid Vettibuled Trains with Dining Cars. Nt Through Sleepers from Lctii.glon without change. l II. RYAN, II. V. FULLER, Ast't Gen. Pass. Agt., Gen. Pass. Art, Cincinnati. Washington, D. C. DuutxC MIMXtAWUl -- " j( n:ua) a..... fTjtraCC WSUul UoairiLABBOTjroao Dpop USA F5.TK. snvtNJ Tfiauer' omT XymiasitA LINE 1011 NfCSfATKOJI lTjmtuOliiro4Jt Ae?7S. ji'T rA. AMJRKtlVtmKlTtWl KtOAKUtnu AWAUIUU Wl fipur fur.m ru&iu irt UUVIIUtl 1. G)A5CP0ND OenftojioTia ssmisui Usunua Cni0O.lLL Afit. 01ICAOO WT aV A and jwculiarities. Shu would shed tears if 1 spoko lightly of tho monarch or his liaisons ami turn tho conversation to Now York. A suburban prig with n wen on its neck will not bo taken at our houso any more, uo matter what bo tho prico sho pays for her board. Moreover, her rjon ato a "loaded" watermolou from my patch tho first day ho was hero, so I had to rido in tho night forn doctor, and yet tho toy lived to chaso nf cows over tho lea in tho summer tidound get their milk all hot up, ho that his mother threatened to go and toard elsowhero on account of tho milk. A man with phthisis also boarded with us two months and four days last summer. Ho did not mind Mrs. Mudgo when ho wanted to tell about his phthiHo went right on, and so our sis. breakfast wus nbout as chatty ns any meal wo had. He coughed an $18 bedstead down, and I put it in his bill, and Mrs. Mudgo thought it was inhuman. I told her toBhutupor I'd stop her cracked wheat on her. Hoarders aro hard to got along with, and ns soon as I get my place hero paid for nnd tho other installment on my woll I shall not tako any more to toard. lit-tl- o buckeyemLC OINTMENT "What is it?" "Leud mo $1." Tit-Bit- s. Whiskers. my mustache last night. ' Jack Clara showed a great disliko to How was that? Jack Sho set her face against it. Gus CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A &zf An Agency for the Weekly KN(ini::::t is a profitable business. It is the bet tichool in tho world to prepare one for a business contact with the public, a steppiug-fitonto business qualification and future prosperity. We want good Agents to solicit for Tho inducements or subscriptions. good. extra c When she found out I was the Aurora airent Truth. who had sent her tho pnixjr, ho said sho had No Hlb'Kerl been readlnir It all tho timo and liked It very much. Sho soon prepared a cood dinner, which He This shoo doesn't fit. Try a bigger your correspondent relished qalto well. Whilo one. mentioning kindness shown me by others, I She (severely) No, sir. Bring mo tho will not neglect this favor dono to mo by Suslo Denver Suu. Sho Is a poor girl, and hor condition Is famo sizo a littlo larger. Smart. fatherless, but she says she tries to do tho best sho can. Shu cuts and makes her own dresses, Fatal. which aro neat and clean, adorns her home Alus.old Dr. Drown hits left with mountain flowers and blooms almost unThis html of woei ami Ills! seen In her mountain retreat. There aro many We mias Mi fuco nbout tlio town; clrls who deserve to lie looked after and aided Wo miss his wires and pill. to gain a better lot In life. All such can tlud a friend In Ho lnul n light case of the grip, Youu Special CoimiawNDENT. . A slli;htcoId In his head; Ho took a diio of deadly driiir. Athens, Ga., is ono of tho most adAnd now tlip old bo)'s dead. vanced cities, morally, in tho state. During tho past year tho city council Vet 'twas no sukldo's wild net That laid him on thu shelf; passed nn ordinance "forbidding tho Ho simply tried tint grand old call of any foinalo on tho stage in "Physician, euro thyself." Lite, short skirts or tights." co SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 ysnrs as tho BEST REMEDY FOR rnpsrxt by RIllltRDMlY MEDIUM: PILES. to., ST. tot IS. OST IX (JllSIlTI. BIST 1.1 QliUIT. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Romcdies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. G?i3Sa'c3fcSSS0 M I 11.1111 ., FOR 20 YEARS fcr a 8 5 rr..r4 BOLD EVERYWHERE. en., mrmnrwni writing ,h(w Qualtty. m.uv.., ffiUU" aim uparsuui; uiiu most ulm:iiilmiinl . niece,Hlkulluii up In tlm Qner. lucludiiij; t.mrUrso il "a portraits. Tilt O I irroencit:i.lli4 Spanish incor.-- I'ailerewiLI .. ..1....1.. . t.lull.. lMttl mill M9. Cri.i Dion lioucicMUlt, S limns all ordurs to the (Mipular beauty. Al. j NKW lOUK. MUsICaL I JE" IEfc ES ilii Ilal i.n.rul fllll fil.fi umlc ul tU latest, mutt .n . 13 h.f 1 ( ..'-.- 1 ) sr. lorw. Kt'MO, Hrolw(irT'M,llu""nS. : ft . V. . Mta; iiH.WK.t'l.J .1 ., Vy 'iM MiMjI-HW- I . - . " Jr1 ' T' '! Ill i' d 'iM I'jc"1 H!iijSiil! I '.if 'v : l : I r.YrT.TNTfi-- T?fiT? WfinTAT vn j. vo.iv i viouii ' A HEALTHFUL RECREATION WHEN MODERATELY ENJOYED. Cure Mtlan-cholla, 8 It Strrngthtnt the Lung, nnd Nert ou Dyipcpsla and Uplift the Spirit A Word For the Weary lloiitrkccpi-- r Learning to Hide. Copyright, 1893, by American Press Association. t I fE I I K : u . ft There has been tnncli discussion on the healthfulncss and unhealthfnlness of bicycling for women. Carried to excess it doubtless proves injurious, as does immoderate indulgence in any sort of bodily exercise. Too Solent and longcontinued effort, such as steep hill climbing or runs of undue length and speed, increases the action of the heart to such an extent as to bo dangoroua, and it is claimed may even cause certain throat difficulties by inducing rapid breathing through the month. However, theso same results are quite ta likely to be produced by overexertion in tennis, swimming or any other active amusement. On tho other hand, many doctors recommend the moderate use of tho bicycle to persons having delicate lungs, nervous dyspepsia, melancholia (which is often another name for it) or a rheumatic tendency. Fortunately women have not adopted tho stooping stylo of riding. which is one of the main counta against bicycling in opposing physicians' eyes. As long as tho woman rider sits upright, with her chest well out and her shoulders thrown back, so long will she bo a strong argument in favor of tho wheel. Liko swimming, bicycling brings an entirely new set of muscles into play not solely in tho legs, as many suppose, but through the whole body. The circulation is thereby increased, and if a proper position in tho saddle is maintain ed the lungs aro expanded and the digestive powers strengthened. This ast fact alone should be ample recommendation of tho amusement to American women, so many of whom are sufferers from dyspepsia and tho thousand kindred annoyances that arise from a sedentary life and lack of open air. An hour's ride at sunset will do wonders toward counteracting the mental and physical irritability consequent on a long PROPER POSITION. day's sewing or writing and makes thu pelling th j machine by oue pedal is also probability of a quiet night's rest twice easy, and riding haud in hand at arm's as good. length, of course with Tho habit of wearing tight clothing All such piactice serves toanother rider. givo one conwliilo riding cannot too strongly be fidence ami complete oue's control of the To cramp the muscles of the machine. body at the moment when they are beThere aro a hundred bicycle ing brought into more or less strong manufactories almost country, in this and every play, to crowd together the vital organs year produces somo improvement on when both the heart and lungs are beim; wheels of the previous season. Tho the old called upon for extra effort and need solid tire is almost universally discarded perfect freedom of action, cannot fail to in favor of tho improved pneumatic, be harmful as well as uncomfortable which runs more rapidly and easily, with and to givo riso to evils which will un- much 3 vibration. With a modern justly bo considered the fault of the machine, easy clothing and a good road, wheel, while they aro in reality caused a nervous, easily worried woman can do by tho folly of tho rider. Easy fitting wonders her health garments and uot too many of them body, nnd for sooner she is of miud and the convinced of should be the rule. Wool should always it tho better. Fortunately tho wouihu'p be worn next the skin, as it absorbs machine can be ridden by either so dampness and prevents a sudden chill on if but ono wheel is to be owned 6ex,the in dismounting from the wheel. family let it have n drop frame that the weary housekeeper may enjoy her share of the change and exercise occasionally. After the first expense a bicycle costs a&fc. nothing except for repairs, and in the stiW-J7l, iiM'irn "iji'H" hands of a careful rider it will take little injury, so that tho item of exjense is not a large one, provided a serviceable machine has been purchased in the first place. Onco more. It is hardly possible to be too careful about overdoing. The fiist load ride should bo short, and the lulls should betaken easily. When the begin ner comes home feeling stiff and sore, an iuiniediato hot bath, followed by a short nap, will remove a great deal of tho fa tigue and lameness. Sooner or later the time will come when, mistiess of her tin tiring steed, sho will skim along uncon scious of effort or weariness, threading BICYCLE COSTTMK. the crowded thoroughfares of tho town The fkirt should bo narrow enough, so and traversing its parks and boulevards, that it will run in no danger of blowing or will wander far afield into tho pleasant back nufficiently far to become entangled in the gearing, and it should bo heavy country lanes, resting in the cool shadow enough not to spread and wavo at every of overhanging trees and drinking from gnst of wind. As to color and style, a the wayside spring. And returning she woman's own good taste and modesty will bring back great clusters of flowers and leaves, and, better still, will teach her that the less conspicuous) tho cheerful face and wholesome hunger she is tho better tho will appear while riding. Black, dark blue and dust col- of a healthy and rational woman. ISUKLLA Proctor, ors all look well, and the blazer suit and wuist are suitable for summer wear shirt Luncheon SuKKiatloiiK. Low shoes bhould bo worn to givo fre It is a pretty idea to have the guest movement to the muscles of tho ankles, and a hat with a brim is needed as pro- cards at ladies' luncheons which are usually rather more dainty and fanciful tection against the sun. Contrary to the prevailing notion than any other variety decorated apamong nonriders, bicycling is an easy propriately to the occasion or to the whoso name they bear. The decoraaccomplishment to acquire. Considering the imedmiental nature of a wom- tion may be very simple, and if the hostan's dress, it is a bad plan for her to at- ess does it herself the cards will bo till tempt to learn without a professional the more valued as mementos. If the teacher. The cost of instruction is not luncheon is to have a Japanese effect, for large a lesion half an hour long is given instance, and the dining room is ornapaper for 50 cents, and five lessons aro often mented with chrysanthemums, sufficient. A woman lss strong and lanterns and umbrellas, the cards may courageous lhan tho average will of bo in the shajKj of tiny fans, with the courso require more. Mounting and dis- name in zigzag letters done in gold mounting unassisted aro tho most diff- paint, and these may be hung by narrow icult tilings to learn and aro not taught riblwTH around tho necks of the little until the pupil has gained control of the Japanese vases that bervo as souvenirs of the occasion, or if it is a "literarj" machine when in the saddle. The first lesson usually consists in luncheon a little chamois penwiper, on being led about the hall on the wheel and learning the use of the pedals. Tlif n come balancing and guiding, which are at the start rather tiresome process. But skill soon comes, and by the fifth lesson the pupil is generally riding straight ahead without difficulty and describing figure 8's with comparative success if not with the ease of an accustomed rider, although a graceful which is itiHurihed the name of thegut-st- , mount requires longer practice. The may lie at each plate, and tho souvenirs woman's mount is by the pedal and is may be odd pen handles, quill or other. more difficult than the ordinary running If the luncheon is given at the seaside, mount employed by men, who gain their the cards may be in tho shu'to of little seat by means of a small step on the left pennons, and tho souvenirs may ho silver side of the machine. There is a running stickpins with anchor or roiekiiot heads. Never give costly souvenirs, as it looki mount which may be used by either sex, forcing an obligabut it needs practice and is usually ostentatious, tion. Avoid the milliiit-reffect of too learned at the cost of a few falls. The fir-;- t road ride proves to bo not many ribbons in tho decoration of the quite th bimple thing it nppeared when room and table, and be sure each guest's rolling over a smooth floor was the learn- iiuiiio card is close to her souvenir, as er's only experience of bicycling. There embarrassing complications sometimes ure wagons, horses, foot pusbengers and arise from a careless arrangement of ths Katb Ciua. otiier bicyclists to be avoided, and worst places. one-fiftle-- f fll1 perhaps gonio littlo hill to bo aur mounted. In the languago of one lx- ginner, tho wheel "strikes root" at tho bottom of tho first slight riso in tho road. It refuses to budgp an inch and topples languidly over. This indolent inclination is soon overcome by practice, however, and that not by means of hys-icstrength, but by a sort of knain acquired unconsciously and gradually. It is a great mistake to attempt to forco tho wheel uphill. The power will come? by uso alone, and overexertion is injurious in the extreme. An athletic man en ms nrst mio will stick at tlie root of a hill that n skillful woman rider of not h his strength and muscle will not notice at all. This circumstance ought to cheer every woman who at tho tieginning is discouraged because she has to walk her machine up hill instead of riding it. After mestering ordinary riding, hill climbing and coasting and the latter amusement ought never to be indulged in unless ono has thorough control of the wheel there aro several littlo feats of fancy riding that aro easy to learn and pleasant to practice. Riding "hands off" is a useful accomplishment, since it is often convenient to have the hands at liberty, and is quickly acquired by a person riding a cushion or pneumatic tire. First ono and then the other hand is re moved for n few seconds; at a time, and tho trick of guiding the wheel by swaying tho body is learned after a few experiments. Riding side saddle and pro- al I n ICopjTigut, MUSICAL EDUCATION. i BlindneBB, Paralysis, Rhoumatism youth' , Co , it 7rt. and i..M.. of 51 men' f nl t. a$ 00 III I,. MUi Margaret Relil on Student Life Pari and It Cot. la Dear Guthr.e, ky . Sept. 9, .89.. ago my applied to yrs emi- clothing, No. Philadelphia, Pa. Norih d jJ , 10 la the year Come to you every other d oeit paper Thpcliepst for only $U gets it three month. in Kentucky $ I It B IIHOHTS, umninn, 117. Alltftesl 7 I ISO, by American Press Asoc!i-tlon- .l Sir. R 1 10 (, , dy More than two year I Immediately began to la 1 me. Ono morning in February, 1802, tho nent ocullita for rebel; lor eighteen month they young girl who forma tho subject of this treated without a particle of benefit. Finally, sketch awoko to find lferself upon tho threshold of a brilliant musical career. about three month ago I went totally blind, and Tho New York newspapers chronicled a a lait retort, I procured an Blectropotse tho unequivocal success of Margaret which, very much to the t ratification of rntirlf Rcid as Ophelia in Thomas' opera of "Hamlet," and a fashionablo nudience and faml y, has reitored .by tight. It ha alio at tho Metropolitan Opera House, disap- greatly benefited my wife and daughter. My wile pointed by the illness of tho prima donna hai been a luhject of paralysis for more lhan two announced for the last night's performance, had paid enthusiastic tribute to year, and my daughter a tuflerer from inflammatho fair young debutante, who with tho courage and confidence born of youth tory rheumatitm for more than twelse year All and ambition had undertaken to fill the thi hai been effected in the lait two month. Too missing artist's placo at 24 hours' notice. much can net le did in prane ol the Elcctro- Seidl engaged tho little songstress for a series of concerts, but in the early spring polie. Ill cre the poeicr of the only cne in sho flitted away from her native shore xliteoce and it could not be reproduced, atl the among the flock of foreign song birds that wealth ol the unlvertecould not purchase it. had made tho winter melodious, deterconsider It tbe grandest intention of the age mined to resume her studies. In personal appearance Margaret Reid Truly and gtatelully )curi, is a slender girl of rather less than meC. W. GREFNFIELD, .M. D. dium height, well proportioned, and book ent free. Addir UuRou & canning herself with graceful easo and dignity. She is of tho brunetto type, Webb, Louiiville, Ky. with soft, dark, clustering curls, and Tin:largo brown eyes lighting up a rather pale oval face. She conveys tho idea of a nature full of gentleness and senti ment, but thero is a certain streugth about tho chin which indicates her teWill be held 00 II grojnd at- nacity of purposo and the strength of determination, which, uuited to her melodious voico nnd artistic temperament, will help her onward to her destined Thnriday and Friday place in tho foremost rank of American Z" TTJ-JLTsongstresses. SC Affairs of a personal nature have recalled Margaret Reid to this country "tS temporarily, and installed for a few & WRITE TOR CATALOGUE. weeks in n tiny suit of apartments on street tho little songstress OFFICERS receives a few of her most intimate Preldent-- E P WOODS friends nnd chats pleasantly aud inter- 1 Klfty-pa-- to firtt, $J pair of hip bcoti Special premium by Colrhest'r Co. Colchetlcr, Coon. ju. br Rul-- TIIOKOUGHURLPS. 34 Rest thoroughored ex 33 36 luckling colt either . 1 Rut ttallionor mare Rest yearling either dard cros. Season ywr and over ., 10 ou 10 to POSTED. othirt not to trespass on our laud without as all ti, v.ith una ! Rclmont ln- Chlif JO IM y, Thi notice forewarn hunlerf, fihrtuec nd n, itig est eattntol the tiuh will be prosecuted to the full M, T C. law 37 38 39 43 Lincoln Co. Stock Fair -- 41 4 Special premium by t. P Crow, Lincoln Stock Kami, McKin-neKy. Rest boy rider under la eai Suit by C. D. Portwood, the clothier and luruisher, Danville Ky , $5 and $3 added by theaasociation Kelt combined Mallisn any age $13 to firit, $10 to second Ret rockaway mare or gelding to be . driven to rockaway to second. Sia jo to firttrJj Special precclum by Rrown, torman & Co., diitltlrraof and dealer in fine Kentucky whiskies, Rest combined marc or gilding any age 5iS to first, i to second. Special premium by Lowmtn't Son, Importer and joll ers, men's lurnlsh-in- g good, manufacturers of the celebrated fountain shirts, drawer and oerall(, No ti and u Pearl St., Represented by Cincinnati, Ohio. Jamrt T Carson, Restlauy rider Special premium by H. II Dankt, the artistic jeweler and engraver, Stanford, Ky . Rett mare and colt either se Special premium by J. T Naih, the horse thoer of Danville, Ky. 1 totting horses a spccia'ly. KAN( Y Mfi I.ACKOWirZ. I). V, II. HAYS. C LYON. FRED HA I'M ANN. R L Will IK. MRS M A MARTIN. I I. HECK. I C HALL 35 00 ...TAKE THE. IS 00 iullikKIIVBiiillillil g))ieu!tYiut,miM t Cwut9ufa-THE POPULAR AND DIRECT OmOAGO, Poor's WEST NOHTHj-WEST- . WORLD'S FAIR addrrs A , A . And Visitor, remember the Monon u the line, with Vestlbulrd 1 rains. Dining Can, Palace Chair Car, Pullman lluttct Slceprrs, at lowest rate. For Information Fifty-sevent- h 1 1 i 4 saddle mate or gelding any age. Sis to first, Is to sccon J Special premium by J, II Robard, the leading liveryman, Danville, Ky 44 Rest walking mate or gelding J11.5 to first, $,Jo to second Special premium by Tim Murphy, the riage maker, Danville, Ky W. GREEN, A. M.PE.SCK. 45 Rest model stallion, mare or geldieg Srcrttar) E. C. WALTON in jo to first, St 50 ta second Sprclal premium by 11 & Sam Lyons, J. T Fmbry, W II Shanki, Attiitanti K. McCLAKY. deal, rs In ready made clothing, gents Trtaiurer-furnishing goods, etc , Danville, Ky DIRECTORS 46 Rest dtmWe team, speed, style and dura V V andidge, William Moreltnd, bility roesidcred, rrgirdlei of sci, I M llruce, II H. ilronaugh, .. . coltr or ownership W. L. MoCarty, II. W. Giten. Jjolo first, fio to ecnd. J K L)nn. J. E rarrti, Special premium by Harvey Helm, R L. Hubble, Samuel M. Uwent, attorney at I aw, Stanford. Ihrw U Yeagrf, J.W Given., e or 47 Rot New Wrl addle stallion, ma-II. II King, A. V. Hundley, gelding E P. Wood. L. bhclton, T. Jij to fust, !j im icnd, I H Ilaughman. J. K. lUughmaD, 4I Rest fancy saddle mare.. . S15 to flr.l, Sj la DAY. Speeial premium by W. P Walton, licit mare miile cnlt. . proprietor IsHlMIok Jm hs.ii Steam Sia Printerv. Special prmeium by K. W, Lillard, SWEEPS! A S.E ROADSTER Druggitt, Daimlle, Ky. HeM hore mule colt -- .. lc. CO 4) Rest stallion, ruai- - or gelding, speed, . licit mule any age style and durability c osldctiJ IJ 00 ! to first, Ss to ser nd.lun third Ju jo to firtt, U yo toteceiHj. 43 Rest W 27 23. SADDLE RINO. IAS DARKER, C P, V G CRUSH, iD P Chicago. Louisville IS 00 Farmers Bank&Tnist OF I Co STANIORD, KY . now fully Of fanned and ready fcr business with 1$ . Paid up Capital of Surplus, . $200,000. -- (. 000. SUCCESSOR to! HE LINCOLN NATIONAL. RANK OH SIANrOKD, 30 1l Now cloaing up) with th Ry ... FIRST fully protected a air depositor In National Hanks, it shareholder being held Indivldualle liable to the estrnt of the amount of their itock therein at the par value theteol, la addition to th mount invested In such shares It may acta eiecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac-- , as fully tn individual lo those who entrusted their nuisincs to us while minting the Lincoln National Hank ol w Stanford, heir tender our roanv thank and trust tbey will continue to transact their bustnm with ut, olfrring a a guarantee for prompt allsn-Ho- n to iinf, uur twenty years' espetience la banking and a liberal accommodations a art consistent with soud banking UIMlCTnK: J ) William. .Ml Vertwa; lauie aseta aud under inr tame management. provision of Its chatter, depositor art a JACKS a . Rett jack under year a. 10 CO Pert Jc 1 ear eld and 10 00 6 Hen jack a year old and tinker J. .. IS M j Heil jacL any age Ju y to hrtt, $ 5 to second. 8 Rett jennrt under a year 10 00 10 on 9 Het jennet J ear amlovcr. 10 Ileit tucVling celt either ira by Eagle .. .. llird J CO lis icaton '94 to Eagle llird to it, io caon to Jack ta tcnd. 1 5 unr t 10 J. M OR.J.S.APPLEMAN The Famous Specialist, J S. Hill, -- unfot.l; I)lcy, Stanford. S. J 'Fmbry, Stanford; J K Lynn, Stanlard; J. MISS MAItOARET REID. AWW& 1 wild-woo- d jh.t-so- n bei-id- estingly upon tho salient features of a girl student's life in Paris. To begin To Visit Our City Professionally. with, sho regards a residence in Paris as of incalculable valuo to a pupil, not localise of a dearth of competent instructAn Kxcellcnt Chance for the Sick ors in America, but for reason of adand Suffering. vantages unequaled in this country, for NATIONAL BANK HORSES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES. arti-ti- e and opportunities of FREE CONSULTATION, 10 hearing nnd seeing repeatedly represen- 11 Rett colt either lex OF STANFORD. KY And ctammaticn at h Private Parlors at tbe tation of operas with which 6ho is en- la Rett Stallion, mare or gelding year and a In . under deavoring to familiarize herself. Then, u V Myers House, Stanford, Tuesday, Capital Stock. too. being thrown ujkhi one's own re- It lh tt mare a year and under 3 . .. Surplus IS July 18, one day only, 14 licit mare jeait aud under sources enables a girl to acquire con$1 j 50 to tint, Jr.jolOKcml fidence, independence and individuality, Reuming eery Ijjr weeks during theyer If IK Attention of th public is incited to the fac licit mare 4 )rr and over a determination to succeed, and she is j that thi Is the only National Hank in Stanford ti$ to firt, I5 te ecend Under the provisions of the National Hank Act unhamjK.'red by traitorous doubts of Special premium by Yeager & Yeager depositors are secured not only by th capital failure that one's relatives are net leading liverymen, Stanford, Ky. stock, but by the stockholder liability for a amount ual lo the stock, so that depositor ol always the last to suggest. HORSES I'OR SADDLE PURPOM.S this institution are secured by a fund of Ssaa.ouo. The selection of an instructor should rive sotn statement 01 theconditlon 01 the bank 1 be most carefully considered. Thero if Rett coltcllhf re tie made each yearto ihe United Stale govern-meand it asset are esamincd at stated lim aro as many charlutaus in the musical 17 Rem Stallion, mare or gildicg, I ear y government agents, thus securing addititon 11 $) t ... .. old and under a ina perfect safety to depositor profession ax in any other, and teachers 1 hi institution, originally established at th under 3 K c of worldwide reputation in some in- IS Ileal rnare a year and Ja to toiecond. Deposit Rank of Stanford in ijl, the Jujotofirit uctt as the National Hank ol Stanford in iMj and stances deme their celebrity from their ny licit mare j yiar anu unuer 4 gain re organiieda the FirM National Rank ot 'I V. "iiBBk bumess sagacity more than from the'r Stantord in 1M1, ha had practically an )(5 to first, jtorecond. riistcnceof t years It is Utter supplied ability to impart instruction. In oue Special pnmium by A. Tribblc, pro now with Ucililic lor transacting business prompt notable instance a woman teacher of pnclor of the Uilchrr Houte, in, ly and liberally than ever beforrin it long and Honorable career leading hotel of Danville Parts is credited with spending ten thouAcoiunlt of corporation, firms and individual respectfully d $ 00 o licit mare ) ear old and cvir sand a 3 ear for advertising purposes. Sao to first, S. to 1 h Directorv ol this Hank it composed Ol Our fair little compatriot thinks Koreitm Reid, Lincoln county , Americans should at once rid themselves a licit phaeton pony nxA hand and un S T Harris, Lincoln, 10 00 . . . der of the idea that student life for young ( A Lackey, Lincoln, Special premium by Dr A. S Price, girls in Paris is fraught with any more mm J W. Haydrn, Stanford, the leading ilentirt of Strnlord, Ky. L personal or moral danger than a resi- aa Fancy turnout, mare or (elding, dmen m H S II. Ilaughman, Lincoln, dence in this city. She thinks her 7 by lady and rentleman ... J. S. Mocker Stanford; American sisters aro especially able to W A. nibble, Stanford ij to first and Js lo accond iVrHHHH M D carry themselves safely and correctly Spo-premium br V II McRob-rrtlinorr, Stanford, I P. Mill. Stanford. the leading druggitt, M Stanthrough any vicissitudes likely to occur, K L launer, McKinney; ford, Ky and while a Frenchman regards every Dr Applemati, formerly of New nrk,now perM.J Miller, Mt. Vernon petticoated creature as a target for his manent!) located ill ouisville, Ky , is a gradual!1 HORSES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES of Hcllevue Hosptal Medical College, New Ycrk J S, Docker, President; gallantritH the tendency arises mainly a ears and unCity, the most notable Institution of its kind In John J. McKobertt, Cashier; from his excessively ardent andchivalric j Rett million or gelding America He has made a special study of he 11 P . A A McKinney, Assistant Cashier, der 1 dijK)Hition. If his gallant salutation is Special pieniium by (. Adler, leadEYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT. not encouragingly received, ho abandons ing dealt r id fine batten and the attack with his spirit undampened Danville, Ky 55 And chronic Hneaee in the great llellmnc and and directs his attention toward other 34 Ilrt b ''ion jear aud under moo Cha it Hospitals, New York City, and the tf of this experience are many phcnntninal sul attractive objects with amusing vivacity f 15 to fiist, f 5 to ncond cures all over the Stale. Ho successfully treats Special premium by A. II Robertson and untiring activity. ' A Rro , dealer inldry gnodi, notions, In Miss Reid's opinion tho American Acute and Chionic Catarrh, etc , ladle and children' fine shoo, girl going to Paris for musical study Hinging in Ear, dtuftie, dieati I the eye, ear Danville, Ky should be in iossession of nu income of knlne), ur nary nil . s to throat lung, stomach, liver, diabelet, dyspepsia, as Rest itallion 4 year old and over bladder, lierviiua prostration, at least f 1,500 a year. Sho computes to firm, $s ,0 "com! jo ciinstiiatiun, rlieuiiialisin, paralysis, leiy ot the cost of living at about 200 francs no lit" iieinotroias piles, cured without Mill KOADSTEK RINO a month, or $10 or $12 a week, and re pain ti d no ditmtimi from wcrk gards tho balance as a moderate allow- 3d Red mare or geldlngany age . 75 co Young and Middle Aged Men ance for lessons that it is important Sjoto firit, JiC, to second and $10 to Speed, atyle aud durability third. to supplement with frequent attendsuffering from spermatorrhea iml impot nc n main youth rr titt considered. CnL2v cjK"VA the result 01 e ance at tho opera and other musical VJIU tfvy ture years and other cmiii-- proalucing sotre ol the Special premium by "I. W. (men, entertainments and incidental expenses. following eflecl nucha etniiou, hlotche. depropnetorrt the v.el.tnovrn Mer bility, nervouvnr , itiainet, confiMion of Idea, For some other branches of study perav r on to scculy, ilclcclisc menwiy arid Hume. Fine, livery and iiilindld bar haps it would bo possible to live upon evhauttion which unfits the victim for limine' attached. or narnagc, are perm mei tly cured by remediea a smaller amount, but for a sing- 17 Swtepatale saddlrtallion joo 00 ot injurs u. er it is of paramount importance Ji;o to first, $;s to recond, ju to third, that she should maintain n good $j to fourth. DlscaNef. physical condition and a tranquil iinsblpration, spM-t)li, form and A Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, lc , g.its state of mind unburdened by anxiety cured by never failing rcmedie. or the consideration of doinestio detail. Diseases of women, such 1 Leucorrhea, palnlul Menstruation, Displacement of Womb, bearing To avoid the latter a residence in a OILVERW- SECOND DAY. down puma in back, relieved in short lime. good pension is advocated as superior to Ihe Doctor carries all hit portable Instruments HOUSES EOR SADDLE PURPOStS and come prepared to eaamiue Ihe most ohtcuie home keeping in an apartment. In tho medical anil surgical cases Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt 13 on latter the burden of domestic responsi- jS licit itillion a yeara and under 3 He undertake no incurable discaic but cur 817,50 to first, (1 jo to second. personal attention given to repair hundred given up tn die. bility will generally be homo by the stuAddreis Correipondence oliclted year and under 4 ao 00 work. One call will convince you dent, oven if accompanied by her mother, 39 Best stallion 3 tw tint $5 to lecond. J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D , JtS whoso willingness to assume the manLouisville, Ky, that this is the place to trade. ) ears, old and over 13 to agement is generally hamiered by her yt Rett itallion 4 to first s to lecond. Write for Health Journal, free J10 ignorance of the language. This guidHORSES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES ance necessitates referring all tho nffairs : DR. W. B. of the household to tho student, who 31 Rest gelding 1 year and under 3 13 to speaks more fluently and is more generAll pcrions having claim against the estate of $11.30 to' first, $a 30 to second, proven to ally conveisant with tho prevailing cus- 3 Rett gelding 3 year and under 4 : J. A, Lylle will present them properly saul estate 33 no Those indebted to tne for settlement. toms of daily life. . Office South nd Main street, in offic rece. first, Js toiecond. Jjocvrreoat will pleuc call aud icttlc R. S. LYTLE, Ailmr. racated by Dr. L. K. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Ada Crt!6F Marsh. 36 Special premium y Frank Riot, A New York K. Cash, StaNfenl; William Oench, ManKrd; A W. Carpenter, MMIolgrvilU. Ky. S. II. Shanks, President, Dr J If, Owsley. Cashier, W. M lliighl, Teller FIRST 1 4 8200,000 20,500 1 poo-sib- le 1 n! . . 9ht. rM r- Unintej-rupt- ed lldu-Ciari- ct, 4 sollc-te- -. .- 7 "r I ul t, "EBrF I I . I lad-dler- y, 4 BANKS THE JEWELER. -:- STANFORD. Stock iMost Complete j vBr 1 a K-- i . , UTbfiimg l&Mr r-'J- I Blood and Skin ?B$j&C Administrator's r Notice. PENiW Dentist. I . Lto '&&. c'- - U..v Iia. IJ(V 2"" SJWUWtsvWMMSi .i V.i. ' ijjiniM)U iitayjMsiBsMs liir'inrfrMr 'l:'xlfei.j!l?sCMTO7'i r B ",.vt,- - .nr , 'W'fl''T ggpy- - w'"" Semi-Week- Misa. Dr. Howard Kincaid will probanHM bly soon return to Washington City, as Danks lina on n.uul an ulouani line of he has been appointed n medical exam diamond)!. iner at a salary of $1,200 a year, with a .Iri.v Stanford, Ky., IKK. prospect of a etill better place, which -- : Iie cri'nin fretzera low ilown at A A m will pay 32,400 and expenses. Mr. NelWarrun's Model Urocory. The L. A X. will run an excursion K. C. Walton, business Manager son Wingate, who has been living in M abon'h quart jura 0 cents a piece nt from Corhin to tho Stanford Fair July faro for the round trip. Perry ville for some months past, was In 17 and 28 atouu A. A. WarrenV Model Grocery. very feeble The train will stop at all points between town Thursday, He is in PERSONAL POINTS. This is what vc are making our house We arc determined health. Mr. Isaac Shelby, Jr., haa re Fihut jars, tin cans, sealing wax, ex- Corhin and Stanford and passengers will turned from Hartow, Florida, where he Mies Km.a Whk.iit ia teach inn ethool tra rubbers, Ac, at McKinney Bros. have the opportunity of seeing the had been since January last. nt Ottunhoiin. fair at a very small coat. Wantkd. A young lady experienced Misa Lucy Doneghy left Wednesday Mn. A. V. Sjkmoiik went to Louie-villin the dry goods business, at tho Ionia- IIev. W. K. Aknoi.d requests tliopo for a visit to Misa Hesaie Moore who ia Wedwuday. .ill,. i!lini who have subscribed to the.S. P. Whar- now making her home with her aunt, Mim. Oko. V. Stkhiknh ihhIhm'ii iiiite 111 but Ifl itnprovini;. ton fund mid havo not yet paid their Mra. II. P.McGill, of La Cross, Wis. Plack your orders lor coal now ho as subscriptions, to aee him aasoon as Miss Moore H a daughter of the late W. MOHELAM) MlSH N'ORA is visiting to get the benefit of the low summer Mra. McGill At whatever sacrifice it collecting and wants I. Moore, of Huetonville. He ia now friends In Lexington. may take, and alto the repeal of the Sherrates. HigBins.v Watts. to get the money together so that work is his sister. Miss Klla Darker and Mies man law to begin on Mr. .0. W. Tkkhv went to Louisville settling time. PIcaec on the building may begin in a few Carrie Kinnaird left Wednesday for the l It is on biiineH yesterday. World's Fair aa per announcement in days. do mo the. favor to pay your account. Mim Mahia Cook, of Lancaster, has your last issue. Misses Pattie Tribble HI need the money. H. C. Hupley. visiting relatives hen'. been For disturbing a Sunday school picnic and Mamie Brewer accompanied them. . Mini Nkttik Wiiay wi'iit to Junction Yeager V Yeager'a is at Moreland, George and Kuene Carter Mra. Alex Anderson and eon, Master Youii account at City yesterday to visit Miss Itich due and ready and they ask that you do were lined i'M and J'Jo, respectively, and our 35c French Ginghams John Anderson, arrived home Thursday Our :20c French Ginghams down to Hrdr. not ilefer longer the payment of it, but were lodged in jail to work it out. There after a two weeks' visit to friends at down to 20c, our 15c ginghams down to 10c, and so with every thing Mis Bkhtir Knock, of tho West Knd, are eight prisoners in jail now that the Gallatin, Tenn. Miss Mary Anderson that pertains to Summer. Luster coats, light colored and light weight settle nt once, wiva the guest of Mrs. I)r 0. A. Cox thin town could work to great advantage get- will not return for several wteka. Cassimere suits, Ladies Oxfords in tan and black. week. Tin: ii k will be a basket supper at ting rid of tho weeds and other unsightMonday evening Hannah Gardner Mm. Dh J. IJ, Kix.naiiu and children Saturday evening at .S o'clock for ly things on thu street. Why is it not was brought into the police court. She of Lancaster, have been visiting Mrs. J. the benefit of the Sunday school. Ky done, Mr. Mayor? had been arrested Sunday evening for It. I'AXtOI). erybodv invited. . . Hi 1'jiok. J. M. Hl'iiiiaiu) in attending the Free Turnpikes. On this platform, being drunk and raising, not sheol, but Straw hats and every thing for summer goes. We begin early so we Skk our ginghams and lawns, light John A. Chappell is announced as a can- what was understood by the other word Southern Kducatlonal Convention at in use before sheol became the fashion. can make room for Fall Purchases. Our store room is very small and colored dress goods, light colored and didate for the Legislature, subject to the Louinville. Come and come early. All go now. light weight clothing. August primary. He thinks that he can She acknowledged being in the condi- we must have the space. Mien Li7.iK WiTiiina in over from tion charged and after considerable hesHugbeaATate. easily ride to victory on it, but if we are Lexington the guest of her sister, Mrs. itation, upon being questioned, said she BadM. J. Wlthenj. Tin'. 17 shares of stock in the Stanford not very much miataken he will be had, during her spree, bought one pint Dh. Kd Auohn and his pretty daugh- Ai Halls Gap turnpike owned hv the es- ly disappointed. There are a number of and three drinks of whisky from Hoad ter, MimMattie, of Hustonville, were in tate of the late Judge J. A. Lytle were people who without giving the matter Galloway and three drinks of same from town WednemUy. bought by Mayor 1). W. Vandeveer at much thought will declare for freo turn- Hev. Joshua Slaughter. H. B. KING. GEORGE B. PREW1TT. The two acpikes, but we think we will he able to Riv. Jok A Mi'Miay and wife, who 3. cused persons were before the court show before the election is held, that the have been in Florida for some time, are Jok Mi'ND.W will deliver a free lec- people of Lincoln county can not allbrd Tuesday morning and on being informed guests of Mrs. Pence. j Sunday afterof the charge against them eutered a ture at the Jidoe Ktkki.i.nh F. (.iniMKfl, a leading noon next at 'l v. m to men only, all of to go into the free turnpike business. At plea of guilty. The court thereupon MORELAND, KY., the lowest calculation it will coat lawyer of Oimro, Texas, jh on h isit to whom We have opened up a nice line ol imposed a tlni U f 100 and costs in each are inviud. No youth under and some estimates go aa high as his mother and family. 1(1 admitted. Mr. Hoad'a bill amounted to case. Mhit. C. 11. Nahii and Mr. A. II. broth$200 000, to buy the 150 miles of pike in 1101.20. Mr. Slaughter's J303.20. Both er, of FleuiiuuHhnrg, are guests of I lev Mks. Mahy It, Ukkkn declined to tho county. Of course this would not gentlemen nt this writing are in the Ikj met out of one year'a taxaand Mra. V. K Arnold. qualify as executor of her husband's have to work houBe in default of payment. The Misa Minva I'hki.I'h, of MadiMin, whs will and Dr. Kdwad Alcorn wan ap tion, as bonds could be issued, but the lawauthori7.es them to liquidate their We paid spot cash for these"goods bought them where we could get down a few days to See notice of interest would bo from $0,000 to J12.000, her aunt, Mr. pointed administrator. indebtedness by hard labor at the rate Mary 0 (locket, who is very ill. yearly, and that with the cost of mainthe most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, aile in this issue. of ;1 per day. taining tho pikes, aay at least $ 15,000, towhich enables us to make very low prices. Salt S1.70. MlMKH MaTTIK AMI HktTIK l'WTON It fin: Kniilkma.n had a cluck en hatch- gether with a sinking fund to meet tho . Miss Lizzie Myers has opened up Dress Making over our store and During the marriage of an Mies returned from iouisville ed the other day with hut one leg. It is maturing bonds, would increase taxation vict at Columbus, O., the pocket of the invites hfr friends to give her a call. llettiu is greatly Improved in health. living and promises to do so to a ripe and and run it from SIS.OOO, minister waa picked by the slick rascal. a Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will avc you Mipsm I,oi i.iu Tkhiu, of Barren, and useful old age. Mr. Knglciiinn thinks of f.JO.IXW year, the present sum, to S1S.0OO, or nearly The entire receipts of the World's money. Mary Powell of this county, are visiting having a wooden leg made for it. three times as much as now. Are our Fair Sunday will be donated to the famfcaTAVe are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. Misses Cettio and Helen Thurmond. taxpayers ready to go down into their ilies of the firemen who lost their livie The tlrst of a series of open air con1)k. ami Mks. Jok M. Owkss, of pockets for this increaae, or will they inTuesday 'b tire. visiting their sister and broth- certs to he given by the I'liifoniied be satisfied to let those who use the pikes are The 27th Saengerfest of the North Stanford (iold llaml will take place in er. .Mrs. L. 11. Cook and S. M. Owens. ve American Saengerbund opened at Cleveyard this evening, be- pay for them" Our road system is a the Mks. Sakaii Mii.i.v.h and her two cliih ginning at 7 '10. Kverybxly io invited. ry imperfect one, hut it will be much land with 71 cities represented by as dren, who have been visiting Mrs. J. worse should our people declare for free many singing societies. Hatiisey, returned tnOftenaiKiiti WednesTiik Chairman of the Crab Orchard turnpikes and get them. Hut of this we Col. Tom Ochiltree ia soon to wed a Hoard of Trustees, Mr H. II. ltronaugh, shall epeak more fully in our next. With rich St. Louis widow, whom he present day. A m'mmkk of the younger society folks writes that the notice in this paper the assistance of Hon. W. II. Miller, who ed to her first husband, who lived only the services of Prof. Willis, form- in better posted on turnpikes than any three weeks after marriage. met at Misa Martha Paxtou Kout's Tuesday evening and had ipiite a pleasant erly principal of the Harrodsburg city man in the county, we shall give TuesAttorney General Little, of Kansas, school, for their next sesion. time. day an elaborate article setting forth intimates that the State Administration Key. Hen Helm has gone up to Pittsthe facts and figures to show why free lias thrown prohibition overboard, and The new ndiool law provides that if turnpikes are impracticable. burg to take a hand against tliu ellort to will not use the machinery of state lu it) days at a time there is I'ss than We have nothing to urge against Mr. enforce it, open iKurooms there. The election will after ' per cent, of the pupil children in I). A. Chenault, of Richmond, has Chappell, who is a clever and deserving occur (ikonoKll. Irx km: and the district present, the teacher must be man, but when he announces his candi- leased Woodland Park at Lexington and Mil. ANl Mks. proposes to establish a training school dismissed by the trustees, under pain of dacy on an issue so much at variance for young men, fitting them for entrance children and Mim Mollie Hurdett. ol indictment if they fail to do so. I'Arksville, are guests of Mrs. Alice with our views, and so inimical to what to the best colleges. Cloyd and Mies Itelle Cash. of tho Fair, we consider the public good, we can not The various privilege s, Mk. Jamks T. Cmison. the hustling which include dining rooms, refrain from saying so. NKW ADYKUTISEMKNT. gent'a (urn'shing goods drummer, was lemonade stands, horsu feeding oanvIlle here this week raking in orders. He and hitching and parcel room will ho I lives at Anchorage, where he and his sold at public auction at - r. m. Wedues Judge Caswell Hennett and wife are wife have a love of a home. day, July 10, 'i . For particulars write the guests of Judge W. L. Caldwell this havinj turns nJinn the date of All John At McKobiTU, Sr will (irctrnl them to nt. Mus. K T. lUmiKnKH, with Mifs to K. C. Walton, Sec'y, Stanford, Ky. week. pin)rly proven, ami thote indebted to it ill tirade, went to' louinville Tuesday to Col. James A. Fisher and wife, who iilcyv icttlo at once. ,, W. II HIGOtN'S. Ef. A FKKiidiT train put some tall cars in visit her sistcis, Mrs. Thompson and AThave been in St. Louis over a year, will Wednesday Miss Clara Welch. Miss Mary Clay the side track at McKinney be here Friday at noon ! which struck the guy wires of the smoke Thompson returned with them. A few well executed counterfeit silstack of Tanuer'iJ mill ami knocked it Mr. W. C. Mykiis, who Iihh been so work Com in HowlanJ fur firit.cU tbinet ver dollars are said to have made their Mr. K. J. Tanner was here yesiijte only 50 per tloen. Car J Si. I will niakt low with typhoid fever, is rapidly con- down. appearance in Danville. fu'Cilitct it I'rali Orchard eterv Saturday at m will Hoping valescing. Ho reipiests us to thank his terday hunting for ropes and blocks and Thieves broke open a refrigerator at Mtei rates anil the cltiicnime intake advantage of my foml rncmrKf neighliorH for their exceedingly kind at- tackle to raise it. He says it causes him at the residence ol Miss Alice Barbee these am, respectfully. of i75. a loss KKANK CORDIKR tention to him during his illness Tuesday night and purloined blackberMabthison Peyton, Km , of the tirni ries, butter and eges. CITY AND VICINITY. The union sorvices will be held Sunof Ingersoll A- Peyton, Knoxville, has Hell circuit court for day night at the 'Jd Presbyterian church. HORSE AND "BUGGY STOLEN. HkmkmiiRK the Fair date Julj '27 and brought suit In the Alex A. Artber against the American Sermon by Rev. W. F. Taylor, D. I)., of 23. Dark bay horse, almost brown, blind in right Association at Middlesboro for 11 10,000 the Methodist church. rye, aImot 16 hands high, ia yparsold, hair oil of Jew stock in the Belt Line railroad. The M. HackSome one stepped upon J. hind teet fnm s ratches. IIukK? Running Rear, Take vour repairs to Dunks, the black, smoke cclor.ex' ept uncle Ircc which plaiutill claims that the company prom ney's back porch, Tuesday night, broke llody Hack, a v.nare cut ut nl inlde isof dash eler. Inches him 10 per cent, of the stock in the open tho refrigerator and stole six two rtt rn olnjuiie The above reward will Le paid prunerty and conviction of thief McKinney lor Thy the BO days sjbtem pounds of fresh huttei. road, which is 1, 100,000. JAMKS 1' IUII.UV, 3, Uros. J S liO( KKK. Calvert McKinney, a former resij - Stanford, Ky. Tiik.Stanford Water, Light & Ice Co. dent of Boyle county, died last week at J. H. HiNiiKK twine for sale cheap. earned ? the l.it six months, out Clinton, Ky. He was a nephew of the llaughtnan. 01 which a dividend of :!J per cent, was late Dr. George H. Calvert, of Perryville. Sock salt, 50 cent per hundred at J. declared, after paying an expense acAs Administrator with the will annexed cf the A claim of I)i. Arthur, the colored estate of J. li. Green, deed ,1 wilt on K. VanArsdale's. a good deal of wich count of physician, against Mose Barbee's estate, was for improvements. The plant cost 22, 1893, was heard Tuesday by Judge Caldwell See McKinney Bros', ad. They want f.rS,10l.77. Tho directors elected for the as arbitrator. The claim was for ;100 VK lIAVli FOR SALEAt the "tore house In I fusion wile which was occuto save you some money. . next six months aio li. J. C. Howe, L.I and the judge awarded i'o. pied by J II tiresu it the time ct his death, sell at public sale the Wiiitk Sewing Machine, good as new M. Howe, A.;iL Penny, W. G. Welch W. W. Webb, of the West Knd, has and Dr J. F. Povton. sale. Apply at this otlice. for absence in Entire Stock of Merchandise returned from a The simplest binder made. South West Missouri, near N'ovada. He Which he had oil hand nt hi death. The Mock call and A dark Hohsk ami ik'duv Srot.KN. Yot'K account is due. Please of K jrniturr. Mag- will be sold as a whole aud hay horse was stolen from the lot of Jas. is much improved in health. Miss Harness, Saddles, Kndlrs Stosci, Repairs for eeltle it at once. A. A. Wairen. MrB. R. Milder,, Mowers, I'lows, c P. Itailey Wednesday night and carried gie Dodds is visiting her aunt, Terms A credit o( three months on negotiable waitYot'K account is ripe, ready and McDonald, at Pineville. note with good ccurity and bearing interest from by the back way to the adjoining prem- II Or two horse binder. Deerincr Mower and Deering Kinder Twine. ing. Please call and settle. W. H. Wear- ises of Mr. Jo Bowen today Thursday) dale to bci;in l 3 P bale J. S Hocker, where tho thief rig' n0 purchaser can Call on us for a beautifully illustrated catalogue, "Triumphs of the "' - rent the store houc. a commodious one, on satis en A Co. ged him up in that gentleman's harness began his employment as prescriptionfactory terms igth Century," describing Chicago, the Woild's Fair, and the big at K. W. Lillard's drug store. Mr. All perons indebted to the estate mut pnmpt-lpostmaster and Ikh and hitching him to his buggy depart- ist Deering works; also a lot of neat memorandum books. It will be to Nancy has a new tettle same and thue having Bowen understands It is business thor- will present them tome, properly cl.nnu against it pro rn. lor setShe is not a girl ed for scenes unknown. There is no clue iB J. S. Cover. the interest of every farmer who needs machines to see us before buy name KUWARl) At.CORN, will v a valuable aciuisi-tio- tlement. in to the thief but strenuous efforts will he oughly and j it Gicen.dec'd name of a Adin'rJ. ing elsewhere. We will always be found at the office of the Stanford hut tho curious to Mr. Lillard's establishment. ilustonsille, July i, 1,3. made to capture him. A reward of county. Pulaski Roll er Mills. Mr. W. S. Smith and family, who - is otl'ered for him and his conviction. JT. lmve tieeu living at tho Gilcher House the wi ek of this Viikk exhibition . The Farmers' Hank for somo time past, have stored their A WatkiijIIaiu t...trt....l.ti. tt tin. mnliv W. II. HAYS, Assistant. j souvenir spoons iifiunHuih '" aW miles From the stable f and TrustJCo.'s ollico waa broken into furniture away and will go to house- - frnm Mutitid on the Mrs John O'Neal. on niirht lluttitrivllln iiiLe. ladies of this vicinity. Danks, the. jew- Wednesday nigh't, ' ot July old eithsr by a novice, keenlni: in the fall. Until that time nanus 1st, aneavy maue Hay one, ubout 15', eler, invitea you to call and see them. ami tan uures wen ami nign, who thoughtitto Ret valuables outeide Mrs. Smith will visit her sister in Balti- with a little practice would saddle well Any in- loruiation leading to the recovery of the horse will the safe, or unprofessional with tho toola more. be liberally rewarded. Mil. J. R. Wahukn, who is now Hear- , KDWARU I) l.KWIS. gut iuto it. No matter Spurgeon Cheek ia visiting his 3' Mr. necessary to yester-daying his 80th birthday, tent us, family nt Burkaville. He will was, the scamp was frightened which it tather's some specimens of tho potato crop oil" Mr. 3am Hill, of by the stentorian voice of W. A. bo back in August. -:- himself. They are the which he raised Tribble. who waa awakened by tho Bowling Green, was the guest of Ira finest wo have seen. largest and Capt. J. H. Wilson, on noise and thought somebody was taking brother-in-law- , English and Classical Kur mates and females. Friday. Jude F. T. Fox Cumberland away thu lower part of the building he Thursday nnd : Kentucky. la Receiving His The stockholders of the .i f...tl.. nl mw.........v, .ri ..- It Iwns found next morning HUH lllllliij,". T.rmiuvtlln. ...w visitini r, LanCBStOr, waa in. Valley Land Co. are notitidd by Secreta N xt essiou be gins Sept. 5th, iSji. The course that entrance had been effected through Danvillo friends. anil te.irhm? thorough. lh. haildln.'S ftnil rmtinflc : : : ry and Treasurer J. S. Hocker mat tne Young ladica MiSS Anna Bowman, matron at the leautitul and rates reasonable. a window on Iincaster street and no board of diiectors will loinie-- l in tneiouegu; young geutieiuen ooarded election of a new iB visiting her bister in the town. For further particulars :u dress the of tho harm was done save the tearing out of I), and D. Institute, Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. occur ontheiyth at tho ollice .Ml 1.1 O.N ELLiOl'T. at McGomh City, j President, Mrs. Ileber Craft, several slats of the shutter. Stanford. lompanyiu ly Interior Journal 1 1 Don't forget thn Stanford Fair. See our ad. for this week. Wo want to eell our present Ftock for silver, so as to bo ready to begin on a gold basis. Now in your time to get stuir cheap, Hughes A Tute. m THE GREAT SLAUGHTER PEN to-da- T To Close Out Our Summer pos-sibl- Goods, semi-annua- 1 A SOLID GOLD BASIS. I2c, lk-ssi- lio-she- n CLNTLEMEN'S LOW CUT SH0LS. ' HUGHES & TATE. court-houv- KING & PRE WITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, flOO,-(X- Dry Clothing J. t Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, u. ! m-- . Tiu-cday- ex-co- n Soni-eise- t, KING A PREWITT. court-hous- e Elegant New Stock of ! lunch-stand- NOTICE HTi-c- Rugs, Carpets, Mattings -- "s ,.'( PHOTOGRAPHS C 1 ot, Severance & Son 1 - $25 EEWAHD. ..- 1 1 Administrator's Sale Saturday, July I . -- . . The Deering Improved Steel Binders, six-week- s' con-u- ts The Pony Deering Binder- y n post-olli- co 11. i-- '.r . - STOLEIT. 1 1 K. BiUJGHMi$LN AGENT. , Garrard College, '!& . ' SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. I'lirtfr, B5Mi4u-- J itiiilM'' i .?- - 4 imiimmiHitMmmm r5, i Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal TWO LOVELY FKOCKS. THEY A mono Published Every Tuesday rind Friday MY NOW $2 3P1CU YJCAlt IXADVAyCE so paid AT SEEN AT GAY SARATOGA. BE WVhen not 32.60 will be charged.- One In of Salmon I'luk Silk Mult The Other Is of Striped llluo anil White Long llrauch nnd Newport Costumet Uniler-wea-r, K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a it 5:10 p. m L. Ktc tCop) rltcht, ly.n, by American 1'rcs Assocla-tlun. m., returning AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going North South " Express train " South s assorted that ,.jo;p m they are on the latteY Tha wane, anil few Tha above l calculated oa standard time. Solar new dreeses ore 4a it about ao minute latter. made o wide, or QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. if they ar made fnil the skirts arc as follow C Trains pass Junction City not so stiflly South.bouml.- - No. t , Vestibule Limited. 11.50 n. m.; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, .5J. m.; y- 5;. lined. There is New Orleans Express. 11 a; a. m ; No. 7., Local, u.up.m.; No. 9, Illue Grass etlbule, 8.40 p. certainly a spirit of independence in American women that makes them rebel North bound. No. 1, Vestibule Limited, 6.48 p. m.; No. 4., East .Mail, a S3 P. m No- 6 Lhiga-K- ; against anything they do not like, and Limited, a.j; a m , No. 8 , Local, i.$S they do not like auything that makes No. 10, Hlue Grass Special, 6 a in. them look ugly, and, better than all, they know what ii and what isnot becoming. That the wide Bkirta aro ungraceful when stiffened is certain, and so they must bo modified to reasonable proportions. Some of the very prettiest drese of the season aro now being sent to the various watering plnces, and they have full gored skirts, it U true, but that fact U not iuado obtrusive by crinoline facings. One just finished for a warm afternoon in Saratoga is of salmon pink silk mull with a golden glein in its folds and palo Tho waist is quite brown loxeuges. plain and ends under n belt of rich Absolutely ami there aro two bands of it forming a V openiiur, which is filled with white lace. The collar is A cream of tarter baking pow- Tho waist and sleeves are of the same. of thin, stiff der. Higest of all in leavening surah, and there is a full rose plaiting of Latest United States the same around tho bottom. strength. Another handsome frock for garden Government Food Report. parties and the races at that famous reROYAL'BAKING POWDER CO., sort is of blue and white striped Greek 106 Wall St., New York. silk. The skirt is gathered to the waist and has four ruflles cut on tho straight A. S. and superposed. Tho sleeve are simple SURGEON DENTIST. gigot, and there ire full white lace and a whito satin ribbon sash with Office over McRoberts Dmg Store inthe 0 Owsley Buildiug. windmill bow raid side draping. The Stanford bent straw hat has a largo bunch of bluets nnd white riblKm. Tho young owners of these two dresses have had them faithfully copied in print and striped zephyr, and theo will be for morning walks and piazza loungings, for tho day LOO AN AVKN'UE, of white wrappers in tho morning ha gone by, and no lady leaves her room in : : wrapper, no matter how ornato it Always sel!s goods lower thin anyone else in may bo. i ew stock 01 rruiisesery rnuj town. Trim whito mall and jaconet dresses with a narrow ruftlo at tho bottom, a ribbon belt with or without ends, a wide hat and a Marie Antoinette fichu mth, i will open on January supplyi$oanya quantity ol make the prettiest of dresses for Sara."Inny. horn hirh I can toga for the youthful Zephyrs, chain fersey rtilk to the peopls of Mantord aud brays, lawns and similar cotton goods at the following price, deliveredaro also worn. The light silks and grenCent per gillon fresh Milk, adines are worn by tho ladies of uiaturur 10 cents . . Sicimmed'Milk, P"r gallon 8 cents years, but gowns that would bo bnitable Butier Milk, per gillon ot the for Newport would bo far too warm for lvri: II make to trips dally. The Ptronag . A.PEYION Saratoga. .1 .publicrlsssl.cilsl Oliniuai rvj 1 yr, The filmiest and thinnest of all goods should b chosen by thowwho intend toNotice to tthe Traveling Public. go to Saratoga. , l have had For Long Branch tho tamo stylo aud Sh-oltotexturo of the gowiw plauned for Now-poaro suitable, as the cool breeze from the sea makes such necessary, and then, need bo no duTerenco in tho evening dresses. For Asbury Park and CVentt XZ Grovo a rather moro sedate and simple ai,.i Mrs. Kloyd In- - stylo in dress is expected, while at Cat fitrictc, UUU.V....V, XT. " n. ., itnra, Erin, Tenn A. A. Mr and Mrs. T. YV. May and Atlantio City there aro two Proctor, C Y. E.!,.. Dnwiimt. Mr. an r rs. K. l. jonnson, styles distinct and different in voguo. !. Kates JJ per New avenJmCox. Greensbur. a call One is the neat and preciso but always CARRIER, Prop. elegant uil ladylike Philadelphia modi', gSoiy and the uther that of any aud every- Llcs.1 Freight .. North............. South. aUo carry passengers trains o 36 a m " " Norths M ... - ,.U3pn it Jl pm l 7 pm HILB ont can pcarcely say that the extremely witlo skirtd nre out,itcnnl0 8.ft-l- y &" - -- 5 - O route to the Eastern cities ia nati aud tho F. F. V. over the ChesaOhio Railway. Tho scenery peake through New Kiverv canons and over the Alleghuuy aud Blue Ridge Mountains is wonderfully beautiful and varied. The F. F. V. runs solid to New York via Washington. It is electric lighted and No other carries a through dining-car- . in America surpasses it and it is train the only traiu to the Hst with through dining service. Among the Virginia mountains along the Chesapeake fc Ohio are more thi.n "0 famous summer resorts. A pamphlet issued entitled "Virginia in Black and White," describes these resorts, aud the scenery of the route, and will be mailed,' free by addressing K. B. Pope, Western Passenger Agent, St. I,ouis, Mo., or C. B. Kyan, AstiHtant General Passenger Agent, Cincinnati, 0. To Chicago via the Lakzs. The greatest trip to the greatest fair on earth ride; Detroit to Chicago and a in the grandest palace steamers on the Lakes. Picturesque Bcenery. Returning from Chicago direct, all rail; or you can ko to Chicago by rail and return via the Lakes and Detroit. Berth and meals included between Mackinac nnd Chicsno. Round-trirate from Cincinnati $'21 :!0 (via Toledo and boat 30c less.) For further information ask and C, II. A D. R. R. aeent. or address h. O. McCormick, D. R i; Cincin- G. P. .v. T. A.. C, II. nati, O, iV: l,0(X)-niil- e p the Mountains-- The best via Cincin- Buclclln'B Arnica Salve. Call and sec our The best salve in the world lor cuts, bruises ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup tions and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to Kivc perfect satisfaction Price 15 cents per boa. or money refunded for sale by A. R. Penny, Sunlord. Ivy. A friend In need is a friend indeed, and ot les than one million haie found just such a rriemt in v lii.rnvrrv for Consumption, lir and Colds If you have rever used this great ..lough Medicine, one trial win cnnviuci. run ttiiu ers in all (lis 1... c- -. u.nn.1..! .1 ..r.iii. casesol the Throat, Chestand Lungs lachbot- tie is guaranteeu to uo an wmi ii""ey will be refunde.1. Trial bottles free at A. R l'enn s diug store. Large bot'les 50c and $1 , k-- NEW PROCESS STOVE. Saves A Million Frlonil. time labor and expense Guaranteed to be PERFECTLY SAFE. And to give satisfaction. Doaorvlntf Praise. YVe desire to say to our citwens. that for ears c has eUeli selling Dr King's New Discos ery for Consumption, Dr. King's New Idle Pills, llucklen'a Arnica Salve and Electric Hitters, and have never handleil remedies that sell as well or Me that hae giscn such unlvemal satisfaction do not hesitate 10 guarantee them eveij tlmeand purchase pike If we stand ready to refund the satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies hate won their great popularity puiel) on their merits. A. R Penny, drugl't. - W. H. WEffREN & CO. The World's Fair Route from tbe South a! M r Alhtlrvlll.. Innillla UM.. C C Co , Pa , saya his wile Is subject to ciamp in the l.ast summer sneirieu cone, cnouu stomach much and Uiarrhua Remeily for it and She pleased with the speedy relief it atfoidcd has since used it whenever necessary and found that It never fails lor sale by W. II. McRobeils, Druggist, Stanford 1l... Pennsylvania I u eriasjetljljiy-1---hisisissl short lines 5B ! L.i.'L . "My little boy was serv bad olf for two months with diarrbira. We used various medicines, also called In two doctors, but nothing done him any food until we used ChambetUln'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhna Remedy, which gave immediate te-lit! and soon cured him. I consider it the bet medicine nude t nd can conscientiously recommend it to ajl "ho nerd a diarrhira or colic ined Icine J E Hare, Trenton, Tesas as, aid jo cent bottles for sale by YV. It. McRoberts, Man lord. 0 . &1S3 V "Jllllim "5VrkrZrs V r;; iJLi Lv a .mwaen a Pure mKn PRICE. bre-tell- es GETERAL STORE, C. D. POWILI, Stanford, Kentucky, 11 DAIRY. m First-Clats mui use in crops under irrigation if properly attended can b gron Last fall I was taken with a kind of summer to. All frufts grown in California tin. Li. urn ascent or.inces and lemons. complaint, accompanied with a wonderful diar-rh- a. In 'w M.iko. Sso cio. tum) s.t hssiiott, ss on to yean' tune, at uiiicni.it. Land from Jts to lil Soon alter my wife's sister, who lives . . ' luCIJTllU, II. Il n ., ..Cl...a 1. IttrXUI D Un.l fsu r i(taV ...-.- , "i with us, was taken In the same way We1 used rpci cent, wii IHIIL tVif luisttsl UamJ hn r tfm IS. C. .MUll" rt.-.' J., said almost evrthinu without benefit, lheu 1. " La.fVL.ciJwnin.j. Staalord, Kj. WTT lrt us try Chamberlain'sweColic, Cholera and and that cured us did Remedy, which away. I thiuk much of it as it did fur me what it wis remommended to do John Hertaer, HAAS DR. llcthel, Herks Co , Pa. J and 60 cent Dottles for sale by YV II. McRoberts, Stanford I have at my place a deerIUr Male with small will sell Milliner) star nil tell hind fait whtts, g xd nunc and tall, known and Mr J C Hoswell.one of the .v hands high Owner cast gel her t y psymg most respected citizens of llrownwoml, Tesas, AT UNUSITALLY LOWIPRIOES H II CROW ,7 ciwrge. suffered with diarrhsra for a lone time and tr.ed many different reraedles without boef, until' I'm IkriKdnrihcwimn Call arjl sase money. Used Successfully Years. Chamberlain's Chol.c, Cholera and Dla.rhe Under .ear and llos-- , ol at cu.. A lept constantly Ladies' .1. Remdy was usid; thit relieved him Stanford ier splendid line on hand. diseatr eipels Will arrvsl disease, pieveu YV. It. McRobvrts, Druggist, ror sale by MISSLICCIE HEA7I.EY, rm, step rough, Incrtaie ISe llesh and hasten I Srnnford.Ky HRE ANDSIOKM malurtty Prices Js.jo, $1 s and se cents per package; Jli jo rn laigesi pacsagci al. 5TAMORU. cheapens. For sale by A R Is a ('audi 1 ale f ir Asesor of Lincoln fcoujty Manlerd, Ky OJ- suited tu the actior. of the Democratic part) Ktyrrscntisf. .. -- of its kind so remarkable In its effects that It sold on this plan is Dr. Pierce's tlolden strength Medical Discovery As a re.torer and flesh builder there's nothing like It where known to medical science. In every the lault Is in the liter or blood, as Dyspepaia, Indigestion, IliliousneM and the most stubborn SAiu, Scalp and Scrofulous anecilons, It is guaranteed in ever case to benefit or cure, or you hate jour money back. To every sufferer from Catarrh, no matter how bad the cate or how lone standing, the pioprle-tor- s "II of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Ren edy say thi we can't cure it, perfectly and permanently, we'll by all druggists, In cah " pxj you 1500 That's a icood av to buy a medicine, but it's a pretty hard condition under which to ell It. Pr sou hate noticed that the ordinarv bit or miss medicine doesn't attempt it. The oufy reme-d- j blood-cleans- On Trial. caa be dise When Baby was alok, w j;v her YTien hIih wa i Child, arte crhnl for Owtnria. JIN, ah clunu to C(istnrt. Wlien h she hnd CldlJreti, ahe gevethem Ca.stnrta. Wbn Ca-to- v s.cv FROM LOUISVILLE OR C1HC13NAT.. DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE meiuDta Pullman VtHbls) Skeolnj and Buffi! Parlor Ctrl, Only Route Through tha Indiana Natural Gas Belt TICKETS touti-ia- s The Tmoou VmAlmy. No fall vu TMtu i ismo ii co"mcTo. cai tsevau al rxs rM.iei KIT opi o ituTir us.oi. THROUGH jj The hnest fnut belt of New Mesico. . r Diar-rho- sj Pin .tsrT'',L.,hrt -- j?:s Foa omu in to iutis a3 kit txs"KO asTsiis ccciam) iw FIRST-CLAS- S ow sr urtl oa 8CRVICC, wni i ei.so sitluuM to HTHinor Ins f iiu.fs rsi r nun l toawfi iak imntu it r.nsu nht TO TSX 1 XfAJHOEB. JOS. bt Hog & Poultry Remedy Fifteen ' ' H. UA UGH MAN, JOHN M. JOHNSON INSURANCE AGENT W. F. McCLARY ol PiMic for Superintendent Is a Candidalto the wtlon Schools for I.iacaln Cojnl), su' nl the Democracy At John Mjncfen'a 11 iw brickon IeOt,'tieft, t SPLENDID FARM How-Ijan- d j! J. V. RAISEY, Pro'r., FOR SAL.K PRIVATELY. - -- J. A. GI-VE- NS ject to the action of the Dema ratic Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Viecotn cooaiy, subpa- 91-- - DINK FARMER the deixocratu party It a catJiilaiv for Jailer, subject I? the action tf Tb.9 n Sous, rt G. W. DEBOUI) Is a CandiJitc for the Ivmi raiy. JaiV-r- , subject . the action f Who will at all times be glad to accommodate all acres itust I will sell pritiutly my ami of witKgood rigs, at reaouai rit.s. My 'Hits will id i the West side of lot Id ttontillc A Dan a melali k. C trains mttcstrnm llu.i nv IIf and wttkiii tsMepisii. IS a ball mile of la nu oad station of M.eUnd. s I wnula Companies All nf wbtctt arr I he firm is in a iplrndiJ via'- - "f chInvsiic, o Iriendi in this U.S. Pol. be pJeascil ta I well improved with a dwtll n of ' or j louint, icirs pioinptly wail i tuy issued. Will inturv against torna-iloru. gsod nresary outMldiajs, melndiag lightning Lightniag claus. .Inil About half ol the fair is sown In grass and lh. essltachr. slsrnis and witMit additional shsrge ran be d sldesl Morn- entire place well watered and Deliver ICE Olhce at first National Hank, .Stanford. into scr i parcel, to suit the puii haier Kor l-J P LAND, lb. wnw toor call ou, ing NV re'aiid, Ky . tra .TO oc per In .Mtuktfd and Rowland, and by 50 lb . SIM ten .. It.- - . i.rf, ...n II.. thAnUlrut lo? plronap and rcpccttuUy re It h SUcnntiouaiKVu Will leller L'UVV i , lb r tip I I t i svi A U . Bjjj tUI jnsiT. IMsfMW" HW " Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Knjj.; Pennsylvanii l'ire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. oi Noith America. first-clas- NOTICE at b' s, Wewill Every per 1 uul it .r nr 1 THE GOFFEY HOUSE SrANKOUD, K The ""! THE F. 1 !l!!anford you I t "Tand "'""".'U, 1 .11. F. ELKIN, A"esr sHjett to the action CRAB ORCHARD Th.iiisui liMSMt-tt- i I. 1 Candidate for of tnc democrucy JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. aJ ;!r'lnhK,,r,r """"" r" esir tlu,) r.r lilr.t its' lo,w'a '" iiii-s- l atrrfiag fji lew contmuan. e r" e' "' JTSO. BRIGHT RILEY B. HOUSE Im Candidate for Aa.esior, subject to the aiiion of the Democratic patty SPRINGS. I his lamed hummer Riiorl th its RlLBY.:Proprletor. London, h.. - W Kentucky. E. D. KENNEDY, candidate for re election to the olhte of As soiior, of Lincoln County, subject to utionofthe demorratic party. In a moved to mv Give me a call. 'ftooTCvery attached audesery consen.eace am better n. Hotel andthe public. accommodate Hoalij-- s .. Waters and Bcstfal roundings, Sur- 1" refurnished, is now this Hotel, renovated ia my charge and 1 intend to conduct it m as to add oolouly maintain its high reputation, but Special aiccntmida- Vor these leas r to ill long list ol friends hint. It is ma la by a home and line loaiu far Imtitutir.u hnoud the lie is absolutely and tions for commercial tratelrrs pure, being raai'e fi.itii sjiring waur, the dlspluy of samples. chemically which 1. Iimi itistilled and then .siefully filtereil bird, Artificial Ice will last lirfnre betni; frwaeu '.AIFirst-Clas- s much l.inzer than tiond Le tourth.an erldcmlc I'OOI. ROOMS attacked nf chul.ia Is kwVed lor durinir the year and nothAsd MILLIARD and ing is so apt in produce or spuad this disease as j7-JOSEJ'II COKI-Kimpute water or Ice. hiflh.ll will b ' JI AN 1 ACTl RED ICE, Saloon " 1 il "" Co., do-re- rRANc rh.kY. W.L.DAWSON, Is acand date for the democracy Falls Branch Jellico Oo.M 'Delivered Regularly and Punctu- & t your Doors Kseiy morning al ihe following Prices x) poinds or oer s" psr hundred per hundred ( K.r jopouuds lo 100 l'o in to y poiindi Joe pet hundred No lots than 10 pounds. delnered. jll'er, subject to the action of Is Now Open for the Reception of Guests. Health and pleasure seeVcs will find thia Minsrsand shippers ol the OENUINK Original Jellico Coal. road crossing 6 lor 1 ROWLAND. DEALER IN KY, HARDWARE, CROCERIES, tha Junction ol "Cut-oli- " pikes Stanford prepared iMter ct KowUnd and is nowboth than ever cto pleue the trade In at Hat moved intoI his new store and & ral. Orchard ..ivmiv OP :C!OOUB. PRlCKd, hU stock o added Etc. He has re. ently piyanll greatly by bad debts no lots and having 110 reiit to cheaper tlun auy hod t all sell you gaadi '? and get hit pri e befrre buyltiK ifl I'M J$m-m JOHN BAILEY, is a cmdidate the old Jeffi-rsonla- We are the sole agents lor .Stanford Jand Rowland Otlice worntr ol Depot sliiet aud rail 1 ry it for jailer, lubject to the aclion democracy of HI OC. INS A WATTS. 10 H. 1I11KMK.11 AN ADMIRABLE PLACE To recover their wonted health and energies and at the name time secure q let, home like fare at THE P. 0. MILLINERY. JOHN 11. DcNARIH, ""- -- JOHN B. MERSHON I a Candidate for Jailer, the Democracy s ,1'iecl to the actinnof Vo Reasonable Rates. I'r ce of Hoard from $7 to Su per'week further inlonnation apply to (.US HOI MANN. Crab Orcharl, Lincoln County, Ky. Call al the pott office room and see thr wFT; KIT, mmTufnWW Largest and Boat Soloctod Stock Of Millinery in town Unindto pleas, o,i. The goods and prices aic ,, T COURTS EJIMETT McCORMACK KUMitFU COME to SEE ME. Having purchased the cosroii--s. Grocery Of Cast I : lam Business xin have it ' Uamev, possible and increasing the stock as Complete in Every Par- ticular. and Gill .it my store on Lancaster xtreet me snake it to 1 our interest to trade with I will W.C. HUTCHINCS. oiui ii. Lastlemau. Launaiu ROYAL Insurance Company OP UVERPOOI. BARBEK&CASTLEMAN MANAGERS,, Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. vr. .0 TEIBBL3, Local Ayont, .STANFORD, KV. when'. Hut the IiuHps llre!i well and btiitably in these nhicea if lesa fliwhily than nt ftomo of tho Rununtr resorts. At N.irragansett, Bar Harbor, Lenox and styles Tuxedo tho New prevail, with much calico and gingham and other wash (,'oodd. The underwear of thid Reason deserves special mention, ns it is so unusually dainty and delicate The most of the skirts aro made of victoiia lawn and have two to six ruflles of laco around them, usually Valenciennes, but some aro of fine torchon, some few point riu gene, and many nro of oriental. These ruffles are from 2 to 4 inches wide and overlap each other closely, showing but about an inch of each. Tho bottom ruf-flis tho fullest. Sometimes thewo ruffles aro set on cmito straight, often in festoons and n in a kind of shell pattern. Corset cover, 6kirt and drawers como in sets, and frequently a nightrolKj nlso, and all aro trimmed to majch. Ono suit, I watold, tiied up 111) yards of lace. Tiny ribbon bows aro often seen on all theso except tho skirt. Colored silk skirts aro worn only with walking or tailor made gowns, and not always then, for whito lingerie is considered moio refined, and trimmed in this manner it certainly is Soino persons will not moro costly. wear n thing that does not cost iv largu Henpjette Rovsseau. mm. New York. Vork-Kewjiort Is a Candidate lor As.essor, subject to the will of the Democracy W. W. HAYS, the Is a candidate lor jailer, subject to the action oi clcuiuciacy ITew Millinery. My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has just te turned Irons tne cities wiih an elegant line of mil linery, embracing Commercial McKINNEV, KV I Hotel, Carriage Painter and; Trimmer, All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and re s paired In style Plain and ornamental Signs Satisfaction guaranteed In both workmanship and price Shop on tin street, over.Wm. Daugherty's blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky, first-clas111 PETER HAMPTON, Is a randnlate for jailer, subject to the action of the democracy. ALL OF THE NOVELTIES Of the seasnu, ol whi h she will hasc lull control She ltu engaged a Firt-Cias- have bought above mentioned; Hotel at and have attached a SAM IH. OWENS, r First-Cla- ss Bar and Fool Boom. the Hotel and Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln coutilj , subject to the action of the democratic I nroary. T. D. NEWLAND, Is a candidate for Shenlf of Lincoln conrty, ject to the action of the democratic pnnuty. sub- Have repaired and Jcefurnlslied am netter than ever Call and esamine my stock of Millinery before buying and leave "ur order for your dresses. to Accommodate Thanking you for past favors we solicit same. s Dress-Make- r. Prepared the MAItV DAVIS DUDDERAR. JAMES VEAOEK Public. r sZSc. ,1 B I L. o TIIOMAs VEAGER. of-ti'- M. F. NORTH, r.peculaltentionjto Commercial Men. I W. OKEEN. Proprietor. JOE CARSON, Manager. ftzi r" t y4 cotigL rr t '11 1 Is a candidate for member of the Legislature fiom Lincoln county ; subject to nomination oy wc mocracy. YEAGEK & YEAGER, - win fssd m m nm t-- Y. MILUNERY. of HARVEY HELM the Is a Candidate lo represent Lincoln county in deol the mocracy STANFORD, next Legislature, subject to the action We are In our new liable in the Block and are we I suppllecTwlth Oj era llouit h isereturned from the cities with a nice line Alllliuery which I will sell for a smill ptuht. (Joods left over, as fresh as this from last season, I will sell at I Kd, T. J. HATCHER Miy inks his one else, as he is forced tu stay at home and work subject to the action ol the DemHis candidacy is ocratic party NEW RIQS AND HORSES and Have been nurcLaied and nothing but rnouts will leave the stable. tirtt-cl- COST FOR THE CASH ONLY, -- IsaCaudidate fr Jailer of Lincoln county friends not to commit themselves to Give them a Cull. The reason I do this is to reduce n.y itocl. of goods so I will beaole to rollout my bnsiucs. at Jesse Thompson's Shop, the first opportunity. I cordially insite the ladies to call and examine 1 here are three of the best Barbers in the Stale my good,. I also .olid! a .hw. T here are also excellent Hath Rcoms run in conaf0, btanford, Ky. nection. Agent lor I exington Steam Laundry. AT- Barber .V f-- tiUtR. tJm ;,!ieL -- Jm - fsS,. 'Vtiii. JmOPR