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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893072101 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. 5l S Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxi. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JULY 21. 1893. -- NO. 41 LANCASTER, GARRARD nnotli-c- r COUNTY. i.-- Dick Hnrbin is re joicinu over K . 1 k' taxable town property. boy at his bouse. The theory of free turnpikes, is a capThe Danville base ball club came tbo youngest boh of Col. 15. Login, tivating proposition, a theory that may over Wednesday afternoon and were de H. Kwell, is ill witb typhoid fever. deceive some sober minded men on its Theo. O. Moran wont to Rockcastle feated by the local nine by the score of first presentation. It is a question that Springs Thursday to attend tbo bop Riv- 'JO to 10 involve profound constitutional legal Garrard county has two places to ho en tO tlu KlIfHlH. questions, serious political economy and J. M. HUBBARD, A. M President. ts A car load ol Wyoming horses ar- filled by Collector nodes, but the stupendous financial interests. It is a are as thick as tiddlers in hades. rived Sunday and attracted a splendid question that every person who votes Here's hoping they will all succeed. 5U1 1893. gathering of loafers. for it should fully understand in all its Judge Betli,shares, of Paducah, has Mrs. M. E. 8. Posey and three chilphases, else he may be plunging head- Fullcorptot druervanry and Xormsl School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music aod Junction, or out about Corbin. (Were long into a condition that he does not An, Excelleut hoarding department Catalogues and circulars furnished ou application. dren, of Louisville, are on a visit to her declared the local option law unconsti- you ever at those places? Lots of tutional and it is said that action will Bister, Mrs. Emma Smith. and lots of crawfish; lots of them.) fully understand nnd thereby involve II. U. Eversolo has begun bis new he taken upon the came in the Court of He looked troubled. His face was as Berious consequences. It ib better to suf residence, which will be a handsome one Appeals in September. long aa my leg aud he was as serious and fer the evils wo have than to fly to oth Nuce the park in the centre of the grave as a tombstone. Seemed to be ers we know not of. If some of the tolls uiim rnmnlntitd. Ills HOn. P. 0. Kvof- sole, Is also building a nice bouse on the public square bus been converted into a talking to himself. collected ro not accounted for, the rembase ball ground for the use of the busy same lot. have to leave my nice little home; edy is to devise means by which they "I The burn of John May, living cast of boys of the town, there is scarcely a thought I was settled; wonder if there is shall be. If some of the pikes are badly by lire Friday. sprig of grass left. If it could be kept tomlon, was consumed FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. not a Bide and a man iu this question of out of repair the remedy is by indictHis crop of wheat which was etacked clean aud used for the purposes for 'removal' ment. If the rates of toll are not unithat the railroad magnates and A SCHOOL AND HOME FOR GIRLS. against the barn was burned witb it. which it was Intended, it would be an the public, too, have almost forgot to form and are excessive the remedy is an Incendiary. ornament to the towu. think about? Wonder if the railroad equitable adjustment of the tolls by apMr. John Wanamaker has policies The city dads are having gravel from propriate legislation. IfThese facts do (Jool Faculty; superior advantages; a beautiful and healthful location. Special course and special upon Main street upon bis life amounting to 11,500,000. employes don't compose that side nnd exist and they are the occasion for the inducements offered to those who desire to make teachers. Our aim is to make our pupils thorough Hockcastlo river put The College has been recently rented, and a College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, that man'' Wonder if anybody cares or aud if they will now have the sidewalks This is a pretty large sum to pay for M. O. THOMSON, Principal. 33 thinks about 'the fellow- that looks like cry for free turnpikes it is like a doctor &e.,havc been added. tlxed up, the people will rise up and call John when he "shuttles oil' this mortal me ; I who baa a patient sick from fever and tell you it s pretty tough, pretcoil;" but then it is said that John out of them administers a specific for flux. Admit.FOR. longer the proceeds of his cheap clothing store, ty tough. I do hate to move." Smiling Dave Jackson is no I moved up a little closer. "Mister, ting that the county could acquire conhere, the iu connection witb his Sunday school, an applicant for the come over hero, will you 7 I am sad to- trol of the pikes, there are portions of Co. Having inmanaged to contribute about a hundred Louisville Tin and Stove day; am weary and heavy laden and am the county that have no pikes aud whose o thousand to help elect Mr. Harrison and looking (or some creased his aalary over that the one to give me a rest. people seldom have occasion to use those would be. was rewarded with a seat in the cabinet, Can't you rest me just a little bit ? I'm in the other portions of the county. J. 1). Pitman has my thanks for a he certainly has a right to continue to fatigued. I want to talk some; I must Would it be just to tax those who do not round trip pass to Itockcastle Springs lay up treasures on earth to be used for talk some; I will die if I don't talk some enjoy the pikes and at the same time over his eUge line; and I am going to better purposes when he goes hence. to somebody, and you look like a man of require them to work their county roads Our town was honored by a visit sorrow and acquainted with grief, take advantage of it too, when Manager and without pay? The advocates of free F. J. Campbell does according)'. from Mr. George ('. Webster, manager of listen to me some, won't you ? Please turnpikes should be required to show Ad. Ueece and family have gone to the Keeley Iustitute at Crab Orchard, on listen and explain the legal method and ausome." I listened. Indiana for n 30 days visit. James Tuesday last. He has charge of the "I heard a bell ringing up at Stanford thority by which they propose to acIJoreing is at home from Lawrenceburg. States of Indiana and Kentucky nnd has a few nights ago. They told me it was a quire possession and control of the pikes, Mrs. John V. McUee and two daughters been successful in every respect. He is meeting of the Commercial Club, 1 be- how long they will be in acquiring posleft last week with her sister, Mrs. Alma a gentleman of culture, genial in bis lieve they called it. It seems that we session and control, and especially those Dibble, for a two months' visit to New manner, and sympathetic fellows down here wero the commerce, pikes that extend into adjoining coun Orleans. ami ever ready to lend a helping hand ties, and demonstrate to a mathematical The I.aurcl circuit court convened to those who need assistance. It is a from the proceedings of the club. They certainty the entire cost of the proposed Orders for Hread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. AdR. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. hero Saturday. The only person ent to pleasure to meet a gentleman of such at- talked about bringing in a paper mill, scheme. In other words, let them pub- dress. the penitentiary so far is John Lucas, tainments, and he may be assured that aud a planing mill, and a shoe mill, nnd lish their proposed hill. Inrlnnwrf. Hit nlead utility Hudtho he will always meet a cordial welcome a cotton mill, and a Hour mill and all The man who votes for the proposiBorts,of a mill and every mill the club jury gave him one year. Judge J. W. in our hospitable town. tion without being fully informed Rnd named seemed to be grinding on us, aa Alrnm.nl Stanford, and Hon. J. A. It will be a great relief to the pubthoroughly convinced of its advantages, Craft, of Louisville, are the only visiting lic generally when all the public otl'ees the main feature of their chat was to is speculating with the county's interest buy us fellows up down here at ;U5 on attorneys in attendance so far. The court at the disposal of the government the f 100. Do you see that nice little and furnishing a hobby for some person Judge Clark and adjourned are tilled. There is more uoiau aud I built that, took me 15 years; to ride into ollice and secure the passage Common wealth's Attorney Kamsey hav- excitement kept up over who shall be house? my little boy was born there; I do hate of n bill entirely novel and speculative. In order to ing decided that the special call was unat some country cross roads, It does not qualify a person for office Four days of hard work or watch at some distiller than there is to move. He Who spake as never man simply because he advocates a particuconstitutional. had been done, most of which will have over the crops by which the people are spake said, 'Do unto others as vou would lar proposition, nor because lieisagainst ' to be annulled, as well as the work of to be fed, and the prices that are to have them do to you Mister, is your it. It is not an occasion for local prejuwill prob club doing that? You don't talk like jury. The tbo bring relief to the country, at a time passion, but a question of that Good Man and I am afraid your dice or Our busincbs, we are daily selling at auction, when e ably not get any pay when it is shaken from centre to grave political economy. club will club us to death, or help do it. The KnUhU of Pythias gave a free by a tluaucial panic, the like of ITIZC.V. ice cream supper at Jackson Hall Satur- which is not within the memory of the What do you think about it?" I opent GARBOUKVILLE. day night. The Imdon Hrass H.tnd fur- oldest inhabitant, aud the outcome of ed not my mouth and the poor fellow-kepon talking. occupied tho stace. nished the music aud foresee. which no man cau Judge Clarke adjourned court nt "Mister, I don't know you, but you In the centre of the room were three Ed Marshall, brother of Thomas F. Loudon Tuesday and came borne to large tables beautifully decorated witb Marshall, died on the 10th inst. iu Niu look kinder kind and I unist tell vou open court here next Monday. lower. The program was, music tlrst, Francisco. He was a celebrated orator about some more fellows, who I think Mrs. Ottie C. Black, who has been .This is the. in can Htlord to lend us fellows n helping after which Hon. E. K. Wilson spoke and had a tempestuous career. He was hand if they will. There are a lot of sick for some time, is rapidly improving. explained its a soldier in regard to the order and the Mexican war, fought sev S. 13. Disbman will leave in a few days foundation and object for which it was eral duels mid was conspicuous as a poli- gentlemen down iu Louisville behind a for an extended trip to Letcher and 1! and Main, composed of farmed. This speech was probably the tician in Kentucky and California. He big house on Knott counties. speech lie ever made unlesi in a delivered a lecture in Lancaster many Mr. W. H. Smith and his official staff of bst Tom Marsey was shot aud fatally jsirl. and some more vice, Don't neglect it, but come and be supplied almost private conversation with his best years since on the life and character of whom I can't help thinking about. They wounded while entering, or attempting cream When Mr. Wilson w..s done, ice John O. llreckinridge. Ho read from to force an entrance into tho store-roowas served to all and hi the meantime manuscript and had only a small audi are getting irom jiu.WU to ;:iu,0UU per of a man by tho name of l'erkins, at Cor!.,.!... V 1. limit n thinked the Hon- - ence. H:s lecture did not come up to annum and that much work will break uimw any man down in a short time. What bin. It was a son of the proprietor of orablu Knights in behalf of the uue-lpublic expectation. we nei-- out here is a fellow who is not the stoie who did the shooting and it ocEvery one having had bin satisfaction .peaking of John C. llreckinridge recurred about '2 o'clock Tuesday mornof ko cream and cakes and the cigars calls the fact that he frequently address- clean broke down by hard work who ing. having been passed around to the gen- ed the votero of Garrard Ht the old court- can come out in a busv time over -- 00 Judge Tins'ey, II. C. Faulkner and tlemen to save until after the entertain- house iu Lnncastor and always attracted miles of railroad that those gentlemen in Smith and John Hays are attending ment, the tables were cleared away and large audiences. Roger lfanson was al- their fatigue suits have never seen; who court at Pineville. A. K. Cook, of Pine-vill- e, the dancing commenced and continued so in the habit of visiting our town and cau hustle aud make an engine of a hay was in town Sunday, en route until the clock struck VI. I never saw n addressing the people in the days when rake if necessary, and who won't charge from the Manchester Court. Commoncrowd a crowd of l'.'O people enjoy them- he was an old line whig. He ouce met bo much for his services as to require wealth's Attorney Henry L. Howard, of selves better. Those present had been with more than his match iu Garlield, a him to wear himself clean out iu order the Hortun district, was here Sunday a Misselected us the personal friends of the democratic speaker, who accidentally to earn his pay. Just look yonder, ter, at that gaug of ten men from Louis- few hours. freely say, a guest lCnlKhts and as After the first of July instead of selling goods on 6 months' time we camped on his trail. Col. I). K. Haw lings, of this place, , ville in their fatigue suits, painting that na can all present, that a more will leave in a few days for St. Louis, will present our accounts the 1st or 15th of each month, as suits the bridge over Logan's Creek. Why, Char-li- t Teachers' Institute. from the bottom to the brim, Our idea is to do a a buyer. Stewart, that black fellow you have where he goes to tight a petition in no one could wish for. During the sitting of the Lincoln counlaw suit involving from 7,000,000 Stanford, would paint it in three ty Institute for white teachers, which up in in money and property, and is DANVILLE. days for $1 50 a day and save half the convenes Aug. 7, there will ho besides one of tho most important suits ever but for convenience we extend the above time. We propose giving paints. Look how they have painted l the regular order ol instruction, a spellThe Gas Co. declared a aud the abutments brotiL'ht in this country. Your corres- our customers the best goods and guarantee to sell you Hardware, ing Contest each afternoon, the person the creek b.inks Hawlinga Groceries, Ouecnsware, Wooden ware, Tinware, &c, for less money dividend of l per cent. They may be some city politicions, tbo', pondent is informed that Col. II. K. Hay wants to go back to the who spellH the greatest number of words who have to have a job. and his partner at law, Hon. John II . than you can buy them anywhere on 6 months' time. Our explanaLegislature and has announced himself correctly during the session to receive a "Then this same Mr. .Smith Co. get Wilson, who in fact is chief counsel in tion for making the change is that it takes too much money carry on prize of jo Irom the editor of the Intkhi-oa candidate. j;il for hauling a car of coal from Pitta-bur- the case, will get a very large fee out our business on the 6 months' time. During the i3 months we have bath-inof it. Jouunau The second best speller Editor II. E. Woolfolk is suit been selling goods our sales have been much larger than we expected ami Pino Hill to Stanford and they Harrison and oth- will be awarded a copy of that paper one It comes to us in a rather a round- and we are very grateful for the liberal patronage we have with received. get ?1 from Jellico to Louisville, 150 er distinguished personages at Capo year free. Also a suitable prize will be miles further. I haven't sense enough about way, but nevertheless it is a fact, We are also proud to say that our customers have been the very best M given the best esiayist on any subject that Prof. J. A. Stephens, of LTuiou Nor Misa Alice Holmes of Stanford, who appertaining to the conduct of public to understand this, but does it seem mal College, Flat Lick, and Miss Nannie people in the land and we are sure we can make it to your interest to strange that this community antagonizes with us. We will continue to take Country Produce in exhas beou the guest of the Misses Moore, schools. Anderson, the accomplished daughter of continue the railroad? Again, you cau get a car V. D Anderson, mayor of this place, change for goods at the highest market price. Thanking you for past town, boa returned homo. J. II. near A prize will ulso he given for the best Very Respectfully, Engleman has returned from the World's declamation by male teachers, both priz of lumber shipped from Florida to Chi are to be married the latter part of next favors, we are cago tor less money man you can one K.il7. E. W. Lee and daughters are also BROS. bridesmaids will be Miss Prof. W. O. Griustead, by mouth. The Uev. es to bo given from Williamsburg to Stanford. You back from n visit to the great show. who will instruct the Institute. Ueberta Ohinn, of Lexington, aud Miss recovering from cau get a car load of cattle shipped from Maymo Costellow, lf this place. I can II. H. Caldwell is slowly Music, will be a feature of the session, recent sovoro accident, but is hti by some of our best vocalists. It is very Rowland to Cincinnati for J'Jti and the not definitely name tbo groomsmen; in bis same cattle in a bigger car that takes fact the whole business is a sort of secret, confined to his bed. A dvocate. much desired that the citizens of Stan- two more cattle for i'2'2 on from Cincin- but I think the public might as wen ford and vicinity attend as much as is nati to Jersey City aud go to Jersey City have it fust us last aud there is no sheet Mrs. iiowortoiThas been located in more worthy of the distinction of first convenient for them to do so. the quickest. Boston. She writes to her husband 'Mister, are you tired? I am loaded . telling it than the reliable I. J. Wednesday, the third day, is especialhim to let her return, aa she can I do think those fellows ought to be satwe On Trial. isfied with lets and not move ua out and eat, sleep nor weop, and believes ly set apart as trustees' day, when Leitber every trustee of the common tempt you Stanford folka to take our lit- - That's a K0"1 wv l0 uuy medicinp, but it's a mind cannot long stand the strain. trust her hard condition under which tp sell (t. Pertie homes irom our wives ami cnnuroii pretty hao noticed tint thti ordinary hit or from home schools in the county will attend. haps you She said she had a Ilea on her remedoesn't attempt It. not, ku It is fully expected that each teacher and turn them into other interests. That miss medicine so remarkablu In itsThe oiuythat it effects and she loved it so she wouui will 'reduce expenses.' Their wives and dy of its kind New stock, styles and shades. alio had will do the work assigned him during daughters cau still wear the silks that cau bo sold on this plan is Or Pierce's Golden strength it She told Mr. Howerton Medical Discovery, Asa ask- the session, thereby demonstrating the rustle like fodder like it and ll rah builder Sug-rfgi- es vritton her brother, John Brooks, and fact that each nnd every district has a consider them as stacksofand causo us to restorer to medical science. there's nothing where In erry disease tho field, that known lilies live with him the Unit is in the liver or blood, as Dyspepsia, ing him if she could noither toil nor spin. My, God, Mister, lliliousnrts and the most stubborn Skin. member of competent and willing teacher. care lor hia children. Some it is there is no place like homo. Did you Scalp and Scrofulous affections, or youKiiaranteed W. F. McOlary, Co. Supt. have your In everv case to benefit or cure, will go after her and bring over have your own doors shut agaiust money back. her family Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, you .' Mauv people advise Howerher home. Tho director of works, tho fire mar"Mister, get that Commercial Club to To every sufferer from Catarrh, no matter how Landreth's Garden Seed at dispose of his properly in lans, me vioprie ton to the ca,e or now long go in with somebody that will assist us baa of Dr. Sice's Catarrh lunuinj, say this place shal and the president and II Ken city tors bis wifo and move to aoino take of the Hercules Iron Co. have been iu remaining uuder this little vine and we ein't euro it, perfectly and permanently, we'll and each live we planted on our wedding pay you J500 In cash.' ooiu oy an arucKisis, j. tig where they are uot known held to the grand jury nt Chicago for daytree that had its first leaf the dav and that for the happiness ot tno omer. knowingly permitting the erection of Tommie was born." He bushed. The score of a base ball game at I Buffered a 0,000,000 tiro NcwDrug Store, Stanford, Ky. -L- ondon Happy Jack. Breuham, Tex., stood 111 to 11. tho death trap for bo many firemen. came away sorrowful. night. Monday it f. if...!. !. ..i.i...- wiuuoiui .ur r, n. .iinmai9iiiiK- .1... , r j nppli-'cau- Happy Jack Visits Rowland. 'JO. I was down at , i i. iiuniiiini hid uium ui'. nit! )imi:c iuuad lonesome. Saw r. fellow leaning aeaint the fence who had sived soma cash iu the last 15 years and had built him a nice little house for his nice little wife and nice little hov. The truth is, he had begun to think he was a nice man. He looked like he was thinking. He looked like his thoughts were "far away." Expect they were down about Lebanon Free Turnpikes l To Stanford, July ....,,,., A Dangerous and Co3tly Experiment. tlie Editor Interior Jonrnal.) SHIWiMWillwl SHELBY VI LLE, KY.-- Ati KtiRltih and Class. ical School for Girls. Sixty-nintAnnual Session open Wednesday, Sept. Cth, 1?93. Prepares or Wellesley. W. T. POYNTEFT. h H Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September liz-zar- Hustonvillo, Zy. - blep-H'd- . post-otlic- o post-ollic- Fancy Grocsnssjrsai Cakes, Pies Candies, Lunches,Fn,its, &c, CALLONR.ZIMMER THE BAKER. kind-heart- ed A Good Meal for 25 Cts. otH-cia- ls Tuet-day- , AT AUCTION. post-muste- r eircuiu-fdrenc- C Goods Are Literally Given Away. 1 Chance of Your Lif P Without Money & Without Price. STEPHENS & KNOX. vice-preside- - s. d Read This and Profit by CASH BTJSI2STE3SS, it. 1 'n heart.)-welcome- toflO,-000,00- 0 semi-annua- iV- k g g 1 McKINNEV 1 SEASONABLE GOODS. beg-Kin- g WALL PAPER & ALABASTINE Carriage and Decorative Paints for and Household use. blood-cleans- vice-preside- Wo Bo McMOBlUBTSj v 5, 1' i -- ! Ji"i3J -- 1 VS rWf?Pnj?sTaa 3IE-- j 'musts' tfni JBUI I. rr-- ',.... jaqm-VfrZ'Tr- f s a. ifriif Wrrtt v liiTrntnn Intmmnr OHmrllLlllVLl aillLlHUAuUUIUUiL XeK York, Controller I of the Currency ' ! Eckels hit tho nail on the head whon he stated that mo"t of the failures of tho 8TANFOKD. KY.. Jt'I.Y 21, 1893 Inst month are duo to tho booms and other speculations of tho West aud Northwest nnd to bad banking methods, W. P. WALTON. tho disasters being con lined to those sec- tions, while tho East and South, where 70. ' Goods, Shoe A fresh professor of phreuology, . more conservative methods prevailed, .. f..-.a J.'aC-J . aX , was taken snipe hunt mind reader, bflUlUH,. L'UtH J.hliJ00 IlCUILCO U- IIUIO IX LUC UfUlllltlllD OT (I IVCCIt, Orr ITLP. OVCaiCSL had escaped. Tho evil that the booms .. . . T 1 .i n Tl yomns .I uio JJCM'QaiTl OfUC eVCr llCCtTa, OT. wrought lives after them. It will be ingby ttio jiayavuie .. . . t . " EVEK."52T iuuvb nignr. iney iook nun several ...II. inmany years before the country recovers to tho country and left him in n deep from it blasting effect. hollow holding the sack. Ho spent all Ik tho peoelo of Lexington do not make 6hort work of the "Heaven" being Whim: Mr. Bruce Haldeman is taking night trviniz to find his way back, but established there by Mrs. Francis nud in the World's Fair, Mr. A. Y. Ford is did not show up until 0 o'clock the next Mrs. Armor, of Richmond, and others, to filling his place as managing editor of morning, when ho left tho city in deep l-2- c; 7 c. a, propagate the Illinois "Christ's" doc- tho l most acceptably, disgust. S 1-?iict Twenty-on- e years ago Mrs. Margaret trines, they ought to be ashamed of and Mr. Eugene W. Newman, "Savoyto Goods themselves. Kentucky should a (lord no ard," is holding down in his usual capa- Totten, of Lexington, was thrown from We place for cranks, who take up with the ble way the editorial page of the Times her buggy and so badly hurt that she bebe disgusting fancies of Schweinfurth, who in the nbsecce of Farmer Logan, who came a confirmed cripple. To make tho We seems to be the head of a hugs harem has combed tho hayseed out of his hair, case more painful Bho was deprived of ue We The days of miracles and the immacu- donned a suit of clothes of the power of speech. She died tho Vests passed, and is also taking in and being taken in other day, but about two minutes before "worth 15c. late conception of virgins have she breathed her last she raised herself hut these people pretend to believe oth- by the Fair and its fakirs. up and in a clear voice told the memerwise. A number of virgins have pro Tiiesk be iudeed days of record break bers of her family that sho was dying duced sanctified children since they entered Schweinfurtb's "Heaven" and yet ing. A letter sent from London ma Jo and nfter bidding them farewell, laid the old scamp has not been prosecuted the circuit of tho world in 02 days and back and expired. be for bastardy. The laws of Illinois ure eclipsed all former records. For a month tho 7icmity of op ,fi more lax on that subject' than in Kenhas been in an excited Ind.. zOc, ele- NEWSY NOTES. .A'prfli.rfp. S!Ji tucky. un.th ln.ii.tt riot' tiff condition over the fact that a woman in rtrtiiA Jin p. rt n rl iiiOn ,..7. .'..7. The Carrollton Woolen Mill Compa- black had been seen on various occano rtradp. mhin.h. 11,0 We observe that Senator Blackburn ny sions in the densest portion of the woods has failed, with liabilities of go 7jc. to the fastnesses of Vir has hied himself on. in that section. Her Bcreams could bo ginia. We also observo that he has not During the last year ending June heard at night, but diligent search failed been talking much with his mouth 30th the U. S. lost $S7,50G,4G3 of gold to find her. Tho sheriff summoned a about silver recently. Two years ago posse and after many nights' hunt filial he was one of the most blatant of silver A. Leonhardt made five miles on a ly found her under a straw pile close to he hardly knows "where bicycle at Chicago in 13.30 and broke the men. the woods. She begged to be left alone, he is at." The financial maelstrom has record. Our but was finally persuaded to go to town be completely engulfed him and convinced Mrs. D. D. Bell is the largest proper with the sheriff, who questioned her wo ever. is to him that "he never did know nothin' ty holder in Lexington. Her assessment closel v. but could net no information as we to A. LJliBAM CO. 'bout finances no how." He aud Con- is to who she was or what her object was. all the way gressman Goodnight came The Missouri National and tho Grand She was almost starved to death, but her from Washington to give the convention Avenue Banks of Kansas City suspend- conversation convinced tho officer that : : assembled at Louisville wisdom on the ed Monday. and now he U in a dishe was rational silver question, but both, in the light of Lightning struck a tree at Winches lemma to know what to do with her. subsequent events, seem to have fallen ttr and killed 30 turkeys which had tak farmers. Those who do not believe tho into innocuous desuetude. LIBERTY. en refuge under it. farmers of the mountains have enough j TIIK HKST PLACK TO HUY There are over 4,000 applicants for Sheriff" Branpom informs us that his to live upon should makit a trip among Having: been there himself and being offices under Collector Johnson of the tax books are completed nnd tho intend- them and find out for themselves. satisfied that the Legislature is the vani- Louisville district. found them busy harvesting oats and ed victims may look out. ty of vanities, Hon. George Vest TripThe deaths of two of the injured inpicnic Sat- catting meadows, both of which are fine A fair crowd was at the lets author of "The Girl in the Ham- crease the number of fatalities from the urday and everything went off well. At this year and the corn crop never looked mock," and one of the editors of the recent cyclone in low at 74. night the Yosemiters had a hop at Pree better. It would appear impossible to Owensboro Inquirer, warns Jim Rich The Ohio Falls Car Co., at Jefferson- - cott's Hotel and all enjoyed them one who was not mod to farming in this ardson, of the Glasgow Times, of that vtlle, Ind., declared a dividend on its selves, section to raise corn a they do on tho i form of insanity which would cauBe a common stock of 12 per cent. All new stock ajid latest designs. Monday was quarterly conrt day, mountain sides, yet they do in abunman to want to serve his State as a lawOn account of his financial views the few were in attendance. An im- dance, breathe the pure air and drink maker. We dislike ourselves to see so President of the United States was burn- but portant case, was tried, However, too water from the sparkling brooks that good an editor as Richardson spoiled, ed in effigy at Kingman, Ariz. tedious to give details, which gave two ffow down tho mountain side?, lie down and we therefore rise and with the earWhile putting in iron cells in the prominent lawyers full scope to exercise and real at night, with no troubled nestness born of bo important a cause, Lexington jail two men wero fatally indreams of breaking banks, rise and fall their lungs. second the motion that he drive away jured by the falling of the derrick. on a of stocks, or what Congress or the LegisCol. Silas Adams and wife are the bee that eeems to be getting into his Many Jews were killed and their visit to tho home of their youthful days lature aie going to do. They do not din bonnet. houses plundered and wrecked by the on the pellucid waters of Fishing Creek. turb their mindn about the silver ques come thick and fast people of Yolta, Crimea, who had been MUs Bertha Elliott, sister-iRetbidution has law of Col. tion nor the tariff", nut go on, most ol j to the Denver people. The wild eyed roused by the exhortations of a fanatical Adams, has just returned fiom a visit to tlumi. vnttnu the reiuiblioau ticket in t easy, quiet manner, knowing silverites, who met in convention there clergy. Misses Lizzie Rose and Molhe Vaughn, the same long the good Lard sends rain Three persons were killed, two prob that iw and made so many intemperate utterat Jamestown. She was highly pleased they can have enough to live upon. ances, including threats of repudiation, ably fatally injured and several others with her visit and with her reception hubble! put their feet in it most signally. They seriously hurt in Chicago by a Grand among ttie prominent citizens mere, destroyed the credit of the estate and Trunk passenger train running down a among whom were tho Hon. J. E. Hayt-- , A girl has again bleesed the home caused the Fast to bo so doubtful of crowded street car. Judge Simpson and at the Patterson OF EVKRY DESCRIPTION. Since May 1 the National treasury o Jim Willmot. their banks that no money could be raisMiss Bertha, who is a clo6e stuand de Some have been threshing paper. has been saved $150,273 by the investi- dent, has decided not to teach this year, ed, even on apparently reported Call and see them before buying, Kv?ry thing in the grocery line of the Denver gation and rejection" of prima facie mer- but will return North in September to livering wheat al 50c, and it is In consequence three yielding more than half for sale cheap. special examination dithat it is not bankB suspended Monday and five it claims in tho ver complete her studies. what it did last year. Tuesday. It is a pretty costly lesson, vision of the pension bureau. That fine gentleman, scholar and arJames R. Maynard, who killed Lew The free turnpike man seems to be but it will be more thoroughly impressGeorge II. Jeeter, assisted by is McCoy near Inez lait August, and who chitect, creating some excitement in this localiis 1 for that reason. lieutenants, Kiah Fredeiic and was out bn bond, committed suicide by his able ty. But it hardly looks fair for you to in Virginia, if lying down on a railroad track and al- Jeir Lutterell, has within three weeks nav mv toll uy taxing yon iu uuj mm A neciho has been found transformed that structuru known as nike stock and keep roads in repair the dispatch is to be credited, who can lowing the train to run over him. Cut-Pri- ce ;l the Christian church here for the last However, we will be glad to see the A. W. Little, a banker, shot and indiscount a cat with her nine lives. The two or three centuries into a sightly on which he proposes to Dring u story ia that a mob handed a negro near stantly killed Lawyer Benjamin E. building, with all the modern improve- and operate it before it is too late to cast On goods in every department will begin this week at Norfolk for, burn. ng a farmer's barns, Johnson, at Kansas City. After Bhoot-in- g This has been a vote for a new thing. poisoning his cattle and threatening to his victim, Little jumped upon the ments of architecture. done by knocking off tho Masonic sec INMEMUHIAM. kill the owner, and while he was hang- body and kicked and beat it viciously. giving a differing fired a number of shots through his The fight for local option in I'adu-ca- ond story, elevating aud The first of this month Cod sent the building a belfry carcass. The next morning the body has been called off, owing to the ent pitch to the roof, angel of death into the home ol Mr. and by a Bpire terminating in a nice line 01 csts will be placed on sale today nt 10c, worth 15 was gone and Monday night the negro supposed defect in the 1S92 law. No ef- surmounted Mrs. Dan Holman and bore away their finial and adding a gothicdoor to the en. last and only daughter, sweet Martha, a and 20c; nicer quality at a little advance. All brands of Calicoes wasarrested in Norfolk. In the absence fort will be made to secure a vote till the no gothic ventilutors to the bel- lovely girl ot eighteen. This is the third atsc; Masonville and Lonsdale Cottons S".c: li.-mni,t,,i irwif "n.ii.liv.u of a fish story this will do pretty well to Bowling Green controversy is decid- - trance anJ ' fry. Other improvements are still go- girl they have had to die with that fatal Sheeting 22c. We have also received a new lot of Millinery ed relate to the marines. and can disease, consumption. T hey had watch-i- i open your eyes on prices. A dispatch from Somerset states that ing on in Liberty. DoVt fail to get a pair of those sample Miirttinim cloaelv and nursed her so A dispatch from our old county in Ex Senator Joseph Harris, of Tennessee, ...: tnihrlv. hninni that', theV might be Shoes at rrmt hifnn if !c tnn Into- W7-- . ...:n luiiiiiiui: to give our cus- iuj.ilh WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. ' Virginia says that Elder Ellis, of Salt was arrested at that place on a warrant able to k 'Marnndl,Ka,e!X WOrlh f BOW,s-aileW. L. Moore has rented the Worley than they 'did Lake City, has converted 33 persons, sworn out by his father, charging him about tne age awav at mostly young women, to Mormonism in with forging his name to a check for Hotel property and will open it up soon. hntli weru of eighteen. However, last lall Martha of the Christian church and around the small station of Beaver $150. The ladies began to droop and was shut in all the Emperor Billy ot Germany triumphs are preparing to give an ice cream sup- long winter, rfho had so many loving Dam. If this he true things must have friends, who, with her devoted puents changed since the "dissolution of Eliza- in the passage of the nrmy bill 201 to per Wednesday evening and good brothers did all they possibly beth," or men have gotten so scarce the lso and now he wants $8,000,000 as a The teachers' institute is in session for her, and her kind physicians girls have given up all hope of getting starter in putting the law into execution. here this week and is conducted by Prof. could untiring in their efforts to give were one apiece'and are willing to take a piece The army will be increased over 4,000,- - R. N". Koark, of Lexington. her relief, but God wanted another of one. 000 men. Hon. J. T. Freeman, who was strick- bright angel ami called her. She was a In Square or round top, zinc or canvas, Tom King, the noted Oklahoma en down with sciatica about three weeks dutiful daiiL'hter. a uentle loving bister and always true to her friends, ami Tan editor of the Frankfort Capital horse thief has been captured and tho ago is able to drive out again. best of all, she was a lovelv christian. predicts, and asks that the prediction be prisoner proves to be a Tho Williamsburg base ball team This she proved by the patience with woman, tho' she will be but two parmarked, that there had been dressed in men's clothes for expect to play the Middleshoro boys on which she bore liar long illness. A ties represented in the next Legislature years and affected the mnnner and short while before death claimed her, stylo their grounds next Saturday. of her aunts asked her if she realand the populists will not bo in it. Come of a cow boy. Rev. Lay, of Knoxville, will preach one And- ized that she was going rapidly, .bookto think of it, there is no crying need for Frauce has tent its ultimatum to at the Congregational church Sunday. ing into her faco with a sweet smile sho more than two; or one, for that matter, Siam and gives "Wh. I know, and I am not the King just 4S hours Rev. A. S. Petrey spent last Sundav at The people's party failed to fill a long-fel- t to accept or reject its afraid." In a short time that smile was terms. Tho in- Pine Knot. Hon. C. W. Lester was in beautiful faco. Wo heap vacuum and its demise causes nei- demnity claimed frozen on by Franco is 3,000,000 Somerset last Monday visiting his aged cd Mowers her her casket and saw her on surprise nor sorrow. ther francs, exclusive of the claims made by father, who is very Bick. borne away to Rockcastle, where she In canvas, rubber or leather. Judge James H. Tinsley.of Harbour was laid to rest in tho graveyard near W. M. Hull, who has been on the ed- private persons. iildhnn(l's home. Her heart bro I'ersiBteut runs forced three more villo, was here Sunday. Dr. P. A. Pen lir for a itorial force of tho Courier-Journken narents and brothers hid good bye will, it is said, go to national banks to suspend at Denver nington spent Boveral days of last week In linr lnnelv uumber of years, that was made this fall to become dramatic Wednesday, making 12 banks to fail in London. Mr. J. H. Francisco is vis dor tho shade of a beautiful tree, and New York home. critic on a leading daily there. His forte there in three days. People stood on iting his old home, Hrodhe.ul, this week. returned to their desolate to them, This that the streets in lino all night waiting for Mrs. Holman, of Louisville, is visiting thought ought to lie sweet Call and see our and his inclination lead him to the new for Martha all sickness and porrow 1S tho family of Col. Thomas O'Mara. find as ma-n- the hanks to open next morning. field, where wo hope he will resting. 10 now sho is E. O. Marshall, a native of VerMonday night at Woodbine as Fos over and that who is prostrated, our friends as ho leaves. Of ono thing her mother, NEW returning homo by his hearts go out in sympathy, as they do a he can be sure he will never find warm sailles, nephew of Chief justice Mar- - ter Perkins was j shall, a brother of tho celebrated heard Borne ono at ono to her kind father and brothers. orator, father's store he er ones. x nomas Oar prayer for them is that as the .Marshall, and a cousin of Gen of the windows attempting to force an Sav cs time labor and expense of death enters their homo and Tiik Richmond Regia'.er calls attention Humphrey Marshall, of Kentucky, died entrance. He called to tiiem to halt, bears them away one by one. that they to a clause in the new constitution that at his home in San Francisco, where he but they did not, and ho shot, aiming as may Hnallv constitute an unbroken famGuaranteed to be Perkins says, to ssaro the parly, but ho ily in that 'Golden Land that lieth bek had overlooked. It is that no candi had lived for a number of years. While Evangelist Leigh Vernon was drew too low and when he cauio up ho yond. to run for office date Bhall be allowed rlr, "Jut acroM II flowingsea, who has not paid for his announcement being taken from Joplin, Mo., to Pitts- found that ho had shot and killed Thos. )iut beyond it tonnr newspapers. Candidates in this burg, Kas., to answer a charge of biga- Marsio. Perkins came to town Tuesday in tho Where the muling moonbeam quiver, county will please observe and govern my, having married a young lady when and gave a $1,000 bond (or his appearMartha waits for thee ami me. he had a wife and four children, he ance before tho circuit couit. Orievc not, she haa Hemmed the current, And to give satisfaction. themselves accordingly. Though ill wave were dailc and wide, jumped from the train, running nt 10 Last week your correspondent went Ancel'a handi have borne her over part of tho county on The total cost of the World's Fair to miles an hour, but was so badly stunned into Heaven i 00 the other tide. be was easily recaptured. - ! busineea and speut a few days with tho Julv 1 was 120,010,100. Onb Who Loved Martha, I" I I State Treasurer Ilalo'a statement of tho receipts and disbursements of State revenue for tho fiscal year ending June 30, 181)3, shows that tho receipts during aud ex- thatnoriod wero Donditures were S4.40i5.SOO 30. There was n balance July 1, 1SU2, of $21(5,431.00 and a balance Juno 30, 1SD3, of $170,47(5 CHANGE OF A LIFE The most perfect demoralizatisn of Dry TINE. prices 6 OR 8 PAGES. FRIDAY. I ... c A-- 111 - . on 1 I 1 .7 - M .. -. Clothing and Z. .. t ff ! Courier-Journa- hand-mo-do- The handsome line of Summer Dress Cloth at worth 12 line of Challies worth and 10c, at 5c; India Linens and all other Dry reduced half their former prices. also pat in this Curtains, which will sold at 50c, 75c and $1 per saleourlincofLa.ee pair, worth double the money. Surah, and figured have all shades suns, which will closca out at doc, worth of uuina will put in 70c this sale fifty dozen Ladies' 10c and at 5c, Our full line l-2oc GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS f Lw-renceburt- r. $73,-00- 0. will also put m this slaughter sale. Handkerchiefs at 5c, worth double tne money. juiu line worth 50c, and our uutiJig oiirt6 at tVv nf inllri.e m this sale at 50c, and our better sold at 7sc and SI 1.?0, sold at $1.2j and at Remember the prices our Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes, To-da- y Are cut m half. cheaper than will Guarantee THE LOUISVILLE STORE. 1 Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing will sold All ash call on us before you buy elsewhere and save you money, SKY $ f, Wall A. Paper ! R. PENNY. u BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, THE BEST MADI. WATER : COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. : Ho-te- l. gilt-edg- ed A : Great : Sale h The Cash Bargain Store o TvZrrT " ni d B, F, JONES & SON. nnnn-KrMil- . TELESCOPE 8. H. J. McROBERTS. PROCESS STOVE. al ! 1111- v an-g- - nl I PERFECTLY SAFE. south-easter- I W. H. WEffREN & CO, - Lm2Jl "'rw " , . TW-- f ' -- rr- . - r n - "Hfl tr -- "!. "It "mnis - v ? ' r Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal JTUK Ky., LO-NESOMh LIVES. Ixjggnrs, 8rABrpoRD, July 21, 1893 ONE USE FOR WOMEN'S CLUBS NOT OFTEN MENTIONED. Krlenillnaa Mlmiily, l.nt Not Dliliked A Crto rnrnllelnil liy Tliiiunaiula An Allen In llrr Nnttve I.ittiil-- A Talk With a llualnraa IViirnan. ICopyrklit. Istn. by Atiifrltan Pre.! W. P. WALTON. THE : WORLD'S AND AMEBIC & : FAIR, RAILWAYS. m to lh World'! KilrNkt Chicago. INo psrt of the Southern country I left uncared for by this great railway and its connections. The' 'Ihrmiich Car of the System tt an admirable From of American ritruadlnc New Urleini Tnroujh Sleeping Cars run daily, morning and evening, carrying its paisengsrs by Cincinnati or Louisville, at they may sdect. From Shreve port, Vlclsburg and Jackwii anoth-e- r Through Sltplng Car l.loe cnuict to loin and btcoti.e a part ol the magnificent Vmlibuted Through Traini, which, patting ihroujh and the famous Willi Valley or Alabama, it Joined at Chattanooga by the Jtraln Jfrom Jack, sonvillt, Kla., Hruntwlck land Atlanta, Oa , over the K.T. V. 4 O tt'jr,; and proceed! north over tht btautlfulfCtnclnnitl Saulhern, through the amd mott attractive hit grandest natural toncal country In the world, to Oak.lslc, whera another magnificent l'ullman Car H received, coming froai the KichtnenJ ft Danville tyttam from Charleston, S C, through Columbia, M. C , the beautiful French Uroad country, and Aihvtlle' N, C , and Knotville, Tenn The time to Chicago Is made to at to allord the moat convenient hourt for departures from the princlpal.citiet and arrival! in Chicago I'aaMngeri can purchaie ticket! good over one line ntrth of the river, and returning via another irthey deilret variable route without estra charxe. Or thty cango via t Inctunati, reluriiing via l.ouiivllle, or vice vrrta at; reduced rates. Knani tripuckeu on Agenlt of the ChiCigo line will on trc.ii.est at.iit n looking up riwmi or atomoJlioni for mil or! to the Fair Kvtrrthieg thit an almost perfect lyitcmcao Uevmto deierve the pralie and patronage of the traveling public hai been 'provided, Any of the Agent! of the companies nned below wllliheei (ally give all possible information and atiUUoce' R. II Garratl, New Orleans, I.a. I. Hardy, Vlcksburg, Mm. J K. McOregor, lllnnlngham, 1) Ala. K. T. Charlton, Chattanooga, Tenn. W Oji ttt, Junction fit; J Ky , or I). (J. lidwanlt, t Cincinnati, O. ct The Queen Creiie.it Hunt, wldrly Lnuwn x Ac roiJ running ths "1'incit I'raint in lh South, It In the fieM tucarry everybody from the South FTKR nil lint written of worn i'ii'm fltibs, tht'ii list's, their Mlntnry influ t'lict's, there Is out fAcellent fotttun of them wliirh luts Hcltlnin e-i- Iwn .nnld nml tlio'ii tint 01 Hirtu-Ingha- m f ......If YOU ARE GOING NORTH THK WEST, Louievit.lt 4 NaaHviuc R. R. Mil-ti the line for - jou.as lit I Double Dally Trains Male dote conttei tl nt at i LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI THKOUGItTlCKKT-- . SOI I). HAOOAOK CIIKCKI.l) IIIROUt'.ll For all pointt. nover been men titiutMl or n:Htfl at its full vnlutt by outHiilers the opportunity which they nlTonl to those busy women who aro entfni;el in uocnllt-i- l "men's work" nml ho have no time for roremonioiiH calU nml visits to hecmne nrqnuintctl with th inenilwrs of their own sex. Thlt wna brouglit out forcibly tho other evening in a talk with it woman who ha for yearn Ikwii ungaifeil In notvniiaper work. "I hiivo livetl ono f tho loni'Homent lives In tho world," hIio ttnitl, "ouiieciaHy at rocardrt women frientlit. I wiib reared that the by n Mtejimother who llacu for chiltlren nml tdrlH in home a very good idea when not carried too far. Hut in all my girlhood never thought if Mopping into n near nelghbor'u houio (it wan in a Htuall village) without asking her ieriniHtion, anil when 1 grew tall enough to bo rattier nthnmed to ink I could count on tho utaid at home. of ono hand all the parties, halland fentivo gathering!! which wai allowed to attend whlln I was a girl at home. The result of thi-- i Keolusion was that when I loft home to imiko my own way I was almott a stranger in tht vilhad lived nearly all my lage where days. know my schoolmates, of course, but tho vireuts of tunny of them had nover uddrcNetl in my life. "lwasonu of tho earliest newspaper women in my mitivo state. Indeed in begun work tho small city where win for ye.trt the only woman so emOftlco hours were many and ployed. my salary small. I worked from 8 till G, with an lunir at noon, and often did two hours' work in tlm evening. I had no time to make or receive calls, and I found that I was making no women ncquiMntances whatever. Tho few whom met at my boarding Iioiimj, not nil of whom wero congenial to me, wuro nearly all I knew. Hut tho oflico in which I wrote, being that of tho chief literary pnjier in town, win a sort of htxulquarters for mo.it of tho intelligent moil resident", who dropvotl in frequently to comment on tho news, consult tho trolly good library or sxuk of a now 1 1 tin-ge- years himply friendless, not disliked merely becauso I had not had timo to make calls. "Nobody cared, I suppose, when I left that town u place wliero I had done many self sacrificing kindnesses, ami whero surely thero was not n man, woman, child or .dumb lcust who could say or feel that I had done him, her or it n wrong. Tho simplo fact was that noltody know me. I had nover mado any visits. I had never left bits of pasteltoard at tieoplo's doors. "I went to n larger place a place whero there had dawned tho daylight of a woman's club. In n moment of in-- , spiration I joined tho club, nstonished to Hnd that whilo I had been such an alien in my own land, unknown and nnenred for, tho famo of bomo of my work had reached tho larger city, nnd I was elected by acclamation. "It was a most ndmirablo muvo for me. By n little planning I find that I can maungc to givo ouo day in a month to my club without trenching on my work. There I Hnd dozens of kindly, pleasant, wise ami attractive women, many of them learned nnd accomplished also, with whom I have not only agree. able interviews, but uomo strong I am not obliged to spend a whole afternoon in calling on six persons. them nil together and nave timo, and no ouo asks mo now why I have no women friends!" friend-shiiw1 tv-- o chancj, yet hero I was almost friend"Do yon realize," wild tho editor to tho less in a town whord I hnd lived for foremnn, "that you have taken terriblo chances on bringing discord into half tho families of tho city?" "Why, no. What's tho matter? Anything libelous?" "No, sir. Tho damage is moro than that of even .i libel could be. I trcmblo to think of tho number of husbands nnd wives you may havo far-reachisep-nrate- I liad helped whero I had Booh a 3 Couldn't Divide. 7fOtouji-tf- o &uX-- Ctoui Auw vgyt' Jvr. sfar j "How?" "By putting tho baseball news nnd tho fashions on tho same page." Washington Star. "On Ilia Mind." a ji '1 "iii''ii-- muj a v iirui W- -' i i u. a v nil .yiii nfa-ai- a feft.AO -v ry 6a Life. A Had Caae. WL t&rmd dp I " f7LS., 'l)wy2L HZZ C&Le z truym& '&&Jrz&9 ,.ra T '..J r-V- ?tfz?-z- k alk,a.aMMMMiaaHa L-- " w 7?yts7srsji ifV rr-j- , w & . . . rex j . W-- i I Helen E. Staiuileae. WOMAN'S WORLD Flo-arxr- a IN PARAGRAPHS. Do Women Sent! Only to Accuet-f- l Men mnl Murderer? Mrs. Haryot Holt Cahoon is editor of n - 1 1 1 1 I 1 pre-ifiitl- y 1 I I The result was, of courM. that I had of a 'good morning' ufquuiutauco with a For any informttinn IUt..i u it. r Atent. Ky largo iiuiiiIht of gentlemen whoo wives btanfard, Or and daughters were an unknown quan-- ' W. W. PKNN.Trav Pass Agnt. Junction C t), Ky my mis-ttty to mo. This iniiy havo fortune. It surely could not lo called my fault. It never occurrttl to me that any one would so construe it until ono NorfaikiWesternR.R gentleman, a gtxxl friend whom had long known tit is always the good friend who brings the titiil'naiit fact), told mo Schedule June i, iSyj one day, living in a complimentary mood, that had lint one serious fault. This LKAVK NOIllOV 11AII.V oftunato was so much below my own 1105 m lor Graham IHuetirld, IVxahonu. that I naturally ileMnsI to understand an I all ttatiout Flat lup and PiKihontas Uivis how ho reckoned tor IlluefitlJ, tttllar.l, never hhould havo thought of tt U'03 p mKiclimoud and Norfolk. Roinoke1 ' ' Lynchburg, said he. 'but the other evening Sleeping Cart Irom Minefield l Nortslk ami myself,' I was speaking of you to some ladies, Rtdfnrd; alto from I ynchbiirg t Train! tor Pocahontas, Powhatan 8 anda ono of them said, "Yes, 1 havo often Mluefield daily alG loa in, jo in, I oj ami will leave heard her well sjHjkpn of, but how i.s it p mand joC p tn Leave llfurfield 6ian and 8 jopo m dtily fur that it h always done by incut Why () , Clilca tan il all points Kenuva and Columbus, don't ifoincn liko her better? 1 don't Weil. Pullman 'leencr on jo p m Hum tor Chi P m and Silo am. cagu. Arrive Columbus that over heard her mentioned Addltloual traltia for Welch and Intermedin by n woman. Why does sho havo no on llkhorn leave Hluctifld sujpmiUI .stations friends among women?" Tralnt arrive at Norton Irom the Fait dally at "1 was thunderstruck. It had nover m and 5 45 I' in 11 oj p For further information at to tchedulet, ratet entered my head that amid nil tho hard or Norfolk A Western Kail Ac. apply ta agents conditions of my laboriouslifo, which cut W It. HKVll.I... roadorto , Gen I'aat Agt Koanoke, Va mo off from nil tho pleasures and recM V ItRAf.t., reations dear to tho young, would bo Trav Pass Agent tho ixwsihillty of cruel misinterpretation and unkind remark. 1 could only explain, doubtless in a lamo enough way, that had no time for social pleasures; OHIO that my days woro given to work instead CHESAPEAKE of calls and visits. "All my years sinco that query in varying forms, 'Why does sho Philadelphia havo so few women acquaintances?' Baltimore, Now York, Why, surely? Only because women did not eotno into my lino of vision wliero I And all other Kattern Citlei. nt my desk, whilo men wero always Shorten Line between l.ouiivllle, l.enngton'and Mt going and coming, withn Ijow, or ngood Kaitcrn I'ointi. morning, or a remark about tho weathIN KFFKCT NOV. 1, iS er or thu Intest telegraphic nowa. WomEAST HOUND. I.vo. I.rinKt(n en do not call much nt nowspacr ofAtlantic Ktprett No. at, daily 7 itpm fices, uud had no time to seek them. Midland Accommodation, No 6. ex. S11n.11.40am Vetfibuled Ekpre 11, No n daily 6.topm But many of them nro far too ready to Mt. Sterling Accom , No, aS, ea.Suu. Biiitr and briillo when they hear such u question asked concerning an independWEST HOUND. Arr. I.eiinuton: ent sister, who perhaps lives a lifo .is I.emiEton Accom., No. 17, er Sun lAiutivltle Eapreia No. ai, daily 1.40pm utterly singlo nud blameless ns mine l.eitngton Accom. No. jj, ex Sun 4 iJPm I havo no doubt that havo beer Vettibulcd Expreia No: j, daily 6.10pm was. bitterly censured, jiorhaps condemned, Solid Vettlbuled Trains with Dining Can Ne nttonded to my own nffairs but tranfert Through Sleepers from I.exii.gton without and improved every hour for which I chanire. was paid, instead of stealing time fot If. W. FUM.FR, CMI. RVAN, Oen. P!i. AKt. calls nml visits nmong women. A!t'i Gen. Paat. Agt..N Waihtngton, D. 0. Cincinnati. "As tuuo went on 1 began to feel that. I was tho most solitary of beings. Tl u old schoolmates wero bcattered. My few DuunHf BuaiivM relatives wero in reinoto towns or even (n.utu distant states. I took few vacations, nml 1 found no now friends, excepting tho accidental acquaintances of my boarding places. Sly friends, tho ABBOTSCOtO kept telling mo: 'No woman need STtVtNl POINT bo unloved, oven when she grows old. IIMAMtA If sho deserves love, sho will find it.' I might not deserve tho lovo of my kind, Knt but I surely desired it. I was and am eminently sympathetic, cheerful, help-fn- l Ar.OBKflVlinBtTWll uud, I believe, kinder hearted than ruumroftuTiori BtoxKitro mt HtiW hJnifi4RtJ08T5 tho nverage. Vet hero I was, growing THE NOKmWtST UUIIIMI old in solitude, with no human being I amietn UaaifitU really knowing anything nbout my bt'st CttiCAOO.lLL qualities. 1 had not been selfish, I hud always supported others besides myself, OlICAOOl t Imd befriended tramps, I had given t. 1 NrW IV 1 1 1 Klili-non- Coo-I- 4 1 & RAILWAY. Washington, 1 1 have-henr- d 1 1 1 Mrnii; AiH eitlicmelit. Tho managers of this tenotlical havo entered into a treaty with a considerable number of wealthy heiresses, both Traclollt. spinsters and widows, who havo solemnTliis teacloth is intended for uso with ly bound themselves to bestow their thu pretty, inexpensive blue nud white hands on no ono who is not a subscriber ware to bo found in nny Jnpaueso shop. to our paper. Tribuna. It is of white linen, with a hemstitched Hail the S)iiitoiu. bonier, and tho pattern is worked in out- "Did you seo William?" "Yes, 1 met him." "Did ho want to Inirrow money?" "Yes. Why?" "Oh, I thought ho would. Ho said ho had n good story ho wanted to tell you." Detroit Tribune. A tho woman's page of the Now York Recorder and writer of that lively column ntitled "What. Ono Woman 'Thinks." From tho latter column I clip the following extract about the gushing and tender hearted members of our bex who send flowers to murderers and criminals. I want to know if it is true, as Mrs. thinks, that lovely woman has only sympathy with men murderers, oven to tho extent of not Iwatowiug any on it woman who is unjustly charged with murder Ladies, what do you think of this: "Tho members of my sox, as they lend and withhold their sympathies in tho t'itso of the fallen, downtrodden and oppressed, present curious and study? Tho case in oint is that of Lizzie Borden, than whom no prisoner has over apparently more friendless. I mo my sex carrying flowers and preserves and various delectable edibles to tho condemned murderer, and then I see a woman, accused merely, sit day after day in the courtroom anil no vestige of womanly sympathy bestowed upon her If Cam aud Abel wero on earth today, to which ono would wp carry thetlowiTs? To Cain, of course. Woman is over an interesting and unsolvablo enigma." The New York Sun, senkiug of Helen Gardener's address at tho women's congress, mentions her as "the author of a lxxik whose mimu wo do not remember." In thus declaring publicly its hick of acquaintance with Helen Gardener's hooks tho New York Sun proclaims nothing but its own ignorance. Wo are surprised that IMitor Dana's paper should havo made such a break as that. Hero is a bit of information which it is to be luqied will gradually orcolatoThe.Sun's skull: Miss Gardener's lust book, 'Tray, You, Sir, Whoso Daughter?" changed tho rotoin tho legislature of a certain western state in reference to an act iiIhui to bo passed that would havedont) to our sex. a great injn-tic- o was moro sorry than I can tell to hear a young newspaper woman say that her hatdest and most discouraging experiences ha'd iM'eu among women editors. Tor pity's sake, let us kill that old tradition that women aro woman's worst enemies. It is. a disgraco to our sex. Tho woman who would treat her own fccx sliuhtiuulv is a monster and ought to bo imprisoned for lifo. My own oxjM'rienco has that women nro wo-man's liest friends, especially among tho j noblo army who work for their living. Do yon know what tho Into Senator Stanford's motto was? "Obstacles aro only things to Im overcount." 1 am so tired of seeing directions for making "an iuoxpeusivo trifle to hang over a chandelier" or sotnowhero else. Givo us a rest. 1 wish women would not spend so much timo over trilles, or inexpensive. At the head of a department in ono of Brooklyn's largest public schools tho board of education havo recently placed Mrs. Georginna F. Putnam, n colored lady. Eliza Ahciiaiid Co.nneil Ca-boo- n inter-Cftin- u U-c- 1 ln-e- 1 I weut tho other day to see the man who is slowly starving to death In this land of plenty. Ho is meeting this hor- riblo fate as an alternative of taking deleterious matter into his Bystetn and dying ns it were by poison. "I enn't help it," ho said. "Thero is JSeifam. absolutely nothing that can be eaten with safety. I've just given up boiled HUSTONVILLE, KY., milk." "Boiled milk?" I replied. "Why, I always thought that this was the most 1 StJeitlflo AMrlua ! harmless food which could possibly be obtained." Com to Rowland for work. Clbinet "I thought so, too, until lately, but nze onlj i 50 doren; Card Si. I will make says thnt negative! at Crab Orchard every Saturday at tamo now n noted tnedicnl authority wilftake advantage Hoping when water nml milk nro boiled their ratei ratei and the cltiiename in my good uorlo, of encourage theie am, respectfully, destroyed." most vnluablo projierties aro FRANK CORDIER "Of course you are afraid to eat meat m . CAVIATS. vegetables?" and TRADE MARM. "All rank joisons, sir, full of perDISIQN PATINTS. iTk mallert PiU in th Worldly nicious bacilli. I couldn't think of eatCOPYRIGHTS. artaJ or ininrmat ion ana rroe nana boo write to . do r HU.NN tt - BliOADWAT, NCW YORtC ing them." from DyVpcpsla A Oldest patentCO- fora securing patents In Amerlr-abureau "How about bread and butter?" rendering Iffo inlerable when that ' remedy la at youraud Krery taken out by us ta brought before hand f "Well, sir, thero is liable to bo a funtie puXno by a notice given free of charge ta the gous growth in bread very detrimental to ! tho health, and if the baking powder used in it happens to contain alum, as is Larsest drcalatlon of any nctectlfle paper In the world, hplendldly llluatrated. No lntnlllfrent usually tho case, tho matter is mado inman should be without It. Weekly. 83.00 finitely worse. As for butter, not long yeart ILiOslx months. Address MfJNN A O0 , ' . trill VirxuauEm, 301 Broadway. Hew Yort city. all this ago I read in a medical journal that thero reuublcroutoratondii.'cest jourfcxMUQ may bo more bacilli in a piece of butter prevent headache and Impart an erJoymcntof lifo to vti!cti you have A than theie aro inhabitants in Europe." MYERS HOUSE Doto atoiall. Price, V "But if you nto toast, would not the SSceuts. Olllce, 3D 1 ark 1'lace, X. Y. effect of tho fungus and alum bo neuD O O tralized:" I can't eat it dry, and "Possibly, but p. W. CREEN, Prop. if I spread butter on it I run into another danger, for whilo raw butter is full of microl)es melted butter is a deadThu liable, which U run n conrrcticn mtb th Mjeti House, hasfbeen supplied with ly oiou in tho system. No, thero is nothing that is safe to eat or drink, aud SaSE5S9BS5XSSE!Sa!SS A'New Lot of Horses, Carriages, I can do nothing but die." Buggies, Wagons, a vegetable compound, That seems to bo tho only alternative. PURKLV entirely of roots and herbs r.11 .rummer's Suppl ci and Is better than evei Brooklvn Lite. from the forests of isupply the public with ptepaic Georgia, and has been used by millions RIGS OF.ALL KINDS. of people with the best results. It d It is said that tho i?oplo of Now Permnal and pioraptattentioo given to Weddingt look down upon copper coins nnd Parties and Ilurials. will never uso them if they can help it. P. V. CREEN, Proprietor. AI.. DUKNS, Manni;cr. An English clergyman who had ono day All manner of Blood diseases, from the taken tho place of another preacher in pestiferous little boil on your nose to Auckland says that in the collection of the worst cases of inherited blood C3 thero wero 250 threesomething over taint, such as Scrofula, Rheumatism, penny pieces and only four copiers. Catarrh and It is so well understood that theso ! smaller silver coins will bo used in church collections that tho threepenny pieces havo received n name. FOR GOOD WORK! Treatise on Blood and Skin Diteise mailed One day a young lady wanted somo SwiKr SFECiric Co., AtUnU, Ua. iree. smnll chango from a Chinaman, who ! was tho family grocer, and ho drew out Ladies a handful of coppers. "Oh, no, I don't want that!" sho said. see what missy wants," said "Ah, he. "Churchy money!" And ho handAccording to results accomplished; ed over a quantity of threeeuny pieces. in addition to a liberal commission of Youth's Companion ! Z To Young JAMES PHOTOGRAPHS firtt-cltn pt-- jS Jfct JL r m 1 Why you suffer e, Hfj WFr v Tinv Liver Pillsc apedtl-frernoT- e trot-bin- TUTTS J a ' I 0O i.xirEnr stabli n FIRST-CLAS- S Zen-lan- CURES SKIN'QilNCER GOOD PAY 1 P MOTHERS'! FRIEND" : For or Gentlemen $5 to $500 Cash! am I.rxlco;ritlit'r. "What boc.tmo of that bright son ot yours that you sent to college? Was ho ot Kxiirtl) n lvsisa - dsria&L Mothers 5 twenty tier cent. Also graduated?" "Oh, yes. Ho is at present interested in dictionaries." "Hal Become a lexicographer?" "Well, not exactly a lexicographer. Ho is soliciting subscriptions for a dictionary." New York Press. GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS. . Makit Child Birth Easy. Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, ATLANTA, QA. ALL DRUQQISTS. t J J d No Impossibilities or Uncertainties. Every thing Fair, Honor- Endorsed by the Leading Physicians. Jlooft to "Xothrt" mailed FREE. SOLD BY able, Plain aud Posit ire. S5e programme in the QRADFIELD REGULATOR CO Weekly Enquirer of our Fourth Amiual Contest among Agentd for largest clubs. An Agency for the "Weekly Enqwker is a profitable business. It id tho best school in the world to prepare one for a business contact with the public, a stepping-stonto business qualification and future prosperity. IPS? e TABLER'SPII C BUCKEYEJjLC OINTMENT . fc J CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, A SURE nry -- a h$ s &" & fej--feXL' & llcfiuetl. "You have saved my life, my brave fellowl" said Jimpson to tho fireman. "Hero's a quarter for you." "I cannot tako it," returned tho fireman. "It is far too much. Your lifo is not 60 valuable." Harper's Bazar. and CERTAIN CURE known for IS years as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. rrtpar4 by B1C1UBUMI1 BIUlriXK to., 8T. ttlflS. osr is (jlaaim. BUT M (JC1UTT. We want good Agents to solicit for Tho inducements or 2ubscriptiois. extra good. ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. news-paiwr- s, Drop USA LINL 111 Avt'i MJO,, mam omm j-n- Clara That Gussio Gush ought to bo ashamed of herself, the bold thingl Dora What did sho do? lino in dull bluo wash silk. A flat design Clara She's accepted Jack Jowel, and of singlo cherry blossoms intersjwrsed with irregular, broken lines is scattered ho hadn't proposed to her but three over tho body of tho cloth, and in each limes. New York Weekly. corner aro grouped odd Japaneso forms. An I'xiluliicil Dulay. Tho designs on any of tho bluo and white "They amputated his leg after all, eh? waro may bo transferred for embroidery punioses by means of tracing paper so a What made th? doctors wait so long?" "Judgin from their bills it must have pattern for tho teacloth decoration may bo obtained exactly matching tho china been to givo 'eai a chance to pull it thrv tcolr It off." Buffalo Courier. Isabella Proctok. bo-to- re l. Itatltrr ruriraril, WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM trc83e:ro52K3:?323sosa: VEBWIiFMGE Has lod all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Hnin Oft CUIIII.. of lotclr &lUUy worth M imiicu. FOR 20 YEARS lYrvri SOLD EVERYWHERE. co., it, r.on. . mrainrscs r.rrt-- r: ).lior. t ioludliut urlaruo uo purtra'ti. Ml j i ,rmdn.llJ.liieSMiiUlrlrer. IMderowskl 5 ttiuirron u t pianist: Adella I'atll.aiid Mrs. R Hiuu JltiucUttUlt. tho popular bui r. Ad. SliW VOlth. JIUSICAI,) Jo KOIIO. Mroailwnr Thcntr-- j JJui.raid u drcta FRB 1UJ (.UI1UK. t I nmslo for furtyj IUII JES IP, btiti J urk.linx iul vocal Instrumental lunn- kul teo u p in l '10 must orders .0 Itntl'l'S, . . &032SG 4l.- - - t J. ,,J 1 - L .tl. - W pap &" J yr ?5?B- P- ". hi Amoxu mte Moontaisb. Tho best route to tho Eastern cities is via Cincinnati and tho F. F. V. over the Chesa1 .T' , rj f gfe ' t Shall solve life's mystery, yet evermore Learn lessons new. The youth that died when life bad Just begun, The maid that scarcely breathed love's opening song. The hero, dying when his work was done, Do not to death belong. Pittsburgh. "The opportunlt3 came the next day. speak, I was in the neighborhood of his shop Or reaching for the. beautiful in vain. and I went in. lie was talking to a Shall satisfied arise, no more to seek t3pical Pennsylvania jay in his private His lost Idea again. office the sort of fellow that runs a The scholar, digging deep for burled lore. The babe that knows no language, save combination grog shop and grooer3 'n a coal mining town. Evidently there "agoo," The poet, stammering thoughts the longs V I've got enough to last mo' six months at least. The next time 3ou come I'll "The dead aro everywhere, be right in shape.' The mountain side, the plain, the wood pro"I was convlnocd he wns l3lng, but I found; smothered 1113 anger, and after a little-talAll the vast earth, the fcrtllo and the fair. I went awn3. About an hour later Is oiio vast burial ground." N. V. Tribune. I ran across a competitor of mine with And lift i$ fttryKhere, "The mountain aide, the plain, tho wood pro- whom 1 am on ver3 good terms. He told me he had been in town some days. found. All the wide earth, the fertile and the fair" " 'Whom have 3011 seen here?' I asked Is resurrection ground. him. ne mentioned a number of names The withered leaf that crumbles to the Bod, and among them was that of this man. And lie, at winter, underneath the snow, 'Did3oudoan3thingwith him?' I asked. Called upward by the voice of nature's God, " 'Yes, he said, 'I sold him a lot of For flowers shall blow. wine this morning, and I expect to sell The grass that falls beneath the mower's hand, him some more this afternoon. By the And lies In lifeless heaps along the way, way, old man, 3011 are wasting your Bhall giro new life to hungry steeds that stand r time on him. He's just pln3ing 3011. I Beside the fragrant hay. heard him 8.13 ho wouldn't buy 3our The rose that blossoms for a summer day, ho cnjo3s holdAnd withers when the evening sunset glows, goods at any price, but ing 3011 on.' Shall see upon stemlet stand "Well, gentlemen, my temper doesn't Another rose. gardens often get on a tear, but it did just rear "From death to life," the right up to the top notch then. I was sing, so angry I couldn't talk, and it took 'From death to life," the ley streams reply, "From death to life, eternal life," they ring, several drinks and a big cigar to make "Ye live because ye die." me composed enough to think straight. The old man stooping to lay down his load I made up m3 mind then that I'd call in Of pain, or wearmess, shall find. In truth. and sec Mr. Meyer and let him know Sometime, somewhere. In some serene abods what I thought of him before I left Eternal youth. LIFE IS EVEKYWMiKC k snow-boun- Blindness, Paralysis, Rhoumatiem Guthr.e, Ky , Sept. 9, 1891. d v Dear Sirs: More th.in two years ago my eyes Ohio Railway. The scenery peake through New River canons and over the began, to la me. I immediately applied to emiAlleghany aud Bltio Ridge Mountains is nent oculists for rebel; lor eighteen months they wonderfully beautiful and varied. The treated without a particle of benefit. Finally, F.F. V. runs solid to New York via about three months ago I went totally blind, and Washington. It is electric lighted and No other as a last resort, I procured an Electropolso carries a through dining-car- . in America surpasses it and it is which, very much to the t ratification of myself train the only train to tho Eut with through and famt y, hu restored .y sight. It hat also dining service. Among tho Virginia greatly benefited my wife and daugktci. My wile mountains along the Chesapeake & Ohio hat been a subject of paralysis for more than two summer are more than 20 famous years, and my daughter a sufferer from inflammaA pamphlet issued entitled "Virginia in Black and White," describes tory rheumatism for more than twelve years. Al' these resorts, and the scenery of the this has been eflected in the last two months. Too route, and will be mailed; free by addressing E. B. Pope, Western Passenger much can net be said in praise of the Ill were the possessor of the only cne in Agent, St. Louis, Mo., or 0. B. Ryan, Astistant General Passenger Agent, Cin- existence and it could Dot be reproduced, all the cinnati, 0. 1 31 Co , n 'frs. and Jobbers of men'a aud youths clothing, No. 31 North 3d st. Philadelphia, Pa. , Hest gelding 4 years old aud ivr $jo to first, $c pair of hip boots to ad. Special premium by Colchester Rubber Co. Colchester, Coon. 33 00 Comes to you every other day la the year lor only $2 Thecheapcsl and best paper In Kentucky 511c get,s it three months, Address Tnc Aiivocatk, Danville, Ky. THOROUGHHREDS. thorouguored suckling colt either sex 3J Hest stallion or mare year and over 36 Best yearling either sex, with one standard cross. Season 10 Hclmont Chlif 34 Best 1 POSTED. 10 00 10 00 This nttlce forewarns hunters, fishermcc and. others not to trespass on our lands without per. mission, as all suih will be prosecuted to the full est exlentof the law. Signed' O C LYON. FRED II AUM ANN. V. L. WHITE. M. LACKOWirZ. T D. NKWLAND. W. H.HAYS. 37 38 39 F.lectro-pois- e. L They are our own. They were and they shall be. The flower of life shall find Its lost perfume. The rose of love shall bloom unfadlngly Beyond the tomb. Yes. death Is but a prophecy of life. Interpreted, the lite that Is to be Is the fulfilling of this mortal strife la Immortality. We read U In the budding of the spray, We feel It in the palpitating air. Life risen from death Is over everything And everywhere. Julia H. May, in Good Housekeeping. Is GOT with a mean squ are customer down in Pennsylvania the other day, and I've been hugging myself with joy over it ever bince,"8aidone of a party of an up-tow- n $KljauL' tH$ ftp?" j, &i !' 6r I , I i & v I ? US- - h a I war a Electric Hitters has y t Since its first introduction. fasor until now shabbily. popular First Tramp "Did you say you dearly rapidly in among pure medical tonics Ills a id " My dear Klein,' he said, in n very theead noth.DK consoling kind of voice, 'it does look got rich by simply riding on a train?" ailments of kind of tough, but I assure you I can't Second Tramp "Not exactly; it was inrtasabeveraireorinioxicuiu, for all"""medicine will cure 31 like this: I got on a train without a wieoesi.uu purest dnevs. It help it. If 3ou had come two weeks Constipation and Headache, ago I would gladhy have given 3011 an ticket or money, but when tho conduc- Sick MaUrla from Indigestion, i"''-"- ' '" " 33 the. y.tt.. tor came around it wasn't long before I drive with each bottle or me muiict order, but jusas my 6tock ran out I got - Rochester Democrat and liinTtd. Price only So cents per buttle. Sold by chance to buy up a big lot of bank- was well off.". .. n , .. tl.ii.niil A. 14. I rupt goods at a great bargain, and now Chronicle. altrayiive.-cc,.U..nlng eii'-J- fellow, whose name is Meyer, keeps a wholesale and retail liquor store in Pittsburgh, and does a considerable business; but he is the meanest man to Bell to 1 ever came across, lie handles wines of the same character that I sell, but 1 never was able to make a customer of him. If he had come out fairly and squarely at any time and said he didn't want to buy of me, why I would have found no fault Every man has a right to buy where he pleuses, and his reasons for refusing to buy of one man or another are nobody's concern but his own. The meannness of this man, though, consisted in his accepting favors from me and wasting my time, when he always knew in advance that he would not buy anything from inc. "I make several trips to Pittsburgh every jvar, and for the past five yenrs I have always made it a, rule to call upon this man, leing misled by his apparent cordiality and willingness to talk about my wines into the belief that he would sooner or later become a He always received me purchaser. with manifestations of gicat pleasure, asking insinuatingly whether I had brought along any new stories, for he was a wicked old uus-- , and smoked my cigaVs with great gusto. Every time when I began to talk business to him, however, it was: " 'I'm awful sorry, Mr. Klein, but 1 can't see my way clear to using your goods just now. llusiness has been very bad, and I am overstocked as it is. But I'll let you know as soon as can find a chance to try your wine, and 3011 may depend on it 3ou'll get there yet. ' "Well, I put up with that for two years. I wrote to hi m aud got some Tery pretty replies, but never did I get an order. After that I put him down for a liar, and wasn't quite as free about inviting him out to dinner and loading him up with my best cigars; but still I pretended to be friendly and to believe his sto'ries, because his trade-Ireally worth hav ing, and thought he might possibly change his mind. Business is business, jou know, and we can't ahvajs say whut we think. 1 guess 3'ou've all been there. There is u limit to endurance, though, and when a man tries to piny me for a fool the old Adam will get up and get the better of my principles of policy. "So it happened on 1113 last trip to Pittsburgh. I called on Meyer and was greeted in the usual effusive fashiftn. How are you, Mr. Klein? I'm awfully glad to see 3011. What's the latest from the metropolis?' untl all the restof the lingo was as pat as usual. He C00II3' picked a cigar out of ray vest pocket, hinted that it was about lunch time, and was as gay and fresh as though he had been buying a thousand cases a 3'ear from me. But when I asked him what chance there was of my booking an order from him he had un apology all read3' for his inability to patronize my goods just then. I felt rather sore, and 1 told him with considerable heat that I thought ho was treating me very 1 s 1 rarrchunts i n hotel lobby the other night-"The was some difference between them, for as I came in I heard the jay say: " 'You're me too much. Thet whisky ain't wuth no such price.' " Oh, Mr. Klein,' the dealer called to me, 'step' in here. You've come just in time. .tir. Jones, nere. anct I nave a little dispute a lout the value of an article, and I think you can settle it Mr. Jones, shake hands with Mr. Klein. Mr. Klein is an expert in liquors from New York, and he handles more in a week than 3ou and I do In a 3ear. Now, you'll admit, Mr. .Tones, that he knows nothing of our argument, and don't know what price I've named. It'll be fair to both of us to leave it to him to name the value, won't it?' " Yes,' said the ja3 'I dunno but it would. I'm willin' ter leave it ter him.' " 'All right,' said Meyer, 'so am I. Mr. Klein, will you tell us what the lowest sellingprice of that GlminclUath whisky is? "I tumbled at once. A good manj of the dealers in our line use certalu characters of the Hebrew alphabet for a price mark, and it was perfectly familiar to me. When he said Gimmel Rath whisky- he implied 12.50 whisky that Is, whiskj worth that much a gallon, and the use of the Hebrew was to prompt me, without letting the as to the price he wanted me to name. Quick. as a flash theidca struck me that here was a chance to get square. " 'Well,' said I. 'I know the whisky you speak of ver3 well, but I should saj the price would have to depend considerably on the quantity sold.' " 'Oh, I'll buy a lot,' said the jay, 'If I kin git the right tiggcr.' " Well,' said I, 'to be frank with you, gentlemen, that Gimmel Rath whisky, and I stopped and looked Mjunrcly into Meyer's face, 'brings two dollars ordinarily, but in prett3 large quantities it can be lought for one dollnr and sevejay-kno- Tnnn.. March S. ISM. Thfl Stockton Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn. 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Returning from Chicago direct, all rail; or you can go to Chicago by rail and return via the Lakes and Detroit. Berth and meals included between Mackinac and Chicago. Round-trirate from Cincinnati til. 30 (via Toledo and boat 30c less.) For further information ask and C, II. & D. R. R. agent, or address E. 0. McCormick, G. P. A T. A.. 0 , H. & D. R. It , Cincinnati, 0. Hal Pointer has seen hit best days, lie favored one leg after a mile in 2:15. There are now 1,300 Christian in Madagascar. The Roman Catholics began work there in 1010, but not a trace is now left of their labors. The world's agriculture occupies the attention of 2M),000,000 of men, represents a capital of two hundred and twen thousand millions of dollars and has an annual product of over twenty thousand millions. 1,000-mil- e p ty-fo- Thursday and Friday' Special premium by ,. P Crow, Lincoln Stock Farm, McKin-ne- y, Ky. 00 Best boy rider under la years Suit by C D. Portwood, the clothier and furnisher, Danville, Ky., )j and j added by the association. 3$ x Hest combined stallion any age . Jjj to first, $10 to second. Hest roclaway mare or gelding to be driven to rockaway ij 00 Sia 30 to first, jo to second. Special preirlum by Itiown, Forman fi Co., distillers of and dealers in fine Kentucky whiskies. . o Hest combined marc or gelding any age Jij to first, Jj to second. Special premium by Lowmau's Sous, Imporu rs and jobber's, men's furnishing goods, manufacturers of the celebrated fountain shirts, drawer and overalls, No, no and 111 Pearl St., Cincinnati, Ohio. Kcpieatnted by James T Carson. Best lacy rider 10 no Special premium by H. 11 Danks, the artistic jeweler and engraer, Mscford, Ky. Hest marc and colt either sei 1010 Special premium by J, T, Nash, the horse shoer of Danville, Ky, Trotting horses a FANCY SADDLE MING. ft9 . jo MRS. .M.A.MARTIN, J I.. HKCK. T C HALL. -- " Thm Foo Valley. The finest fruit belt of New Mexico. No fall uic in crops under irrigation If properly attended to. All fruits grown In California can be grown In New Mexico, except oranges and lemons. Land from Jij to So per acre on 10 years' time, at 6 per cent. Call on or addres, R. C. MORGAN, D D, S., Stanlord, Ky. ... .TAKB THK.., .. (D)lOUItVlltt,llwtUlTiC'IICiwtl((4 w THE POPULAR AND DIRECT .. . LINE TO CHICAGO, POINTS TTTTJTZr ST' &C 23. - WRITE FOB CATALOGUE. OFFICERS. Presldcnt-- E V. WOODS W. GRKEN, A. M. PENCE. Secretary-- E. C. WA1. TON. J. T. K. Embry, W. II. Shanks, Assislsnts F. McCLARY. Trasurer-W. DIRECTORS. F andidge, H. II, Hronaugh, If. W. Givens, J E. Lynn. R. L. Hubble, J.W. Givens, It. II. King, T. L. Shelton, J. K. Haughman, William Moieland, I. M llrucr, V. L. McCarty, J. E. r arris, Samuel M. Owens, Th(t. C. Yeagcr, A. E Hundley, F. P. Wood., I II. Haughman. FIRST DAY. Heat mare mule colt.. ... Special prmcium by E "AHearty Welcome is given Stockton's Anticeptic by these who have suffered with Dyspepsia or Indigestion, for it is a sure cure. It stops W. I.illard, its ij ro Druggist, tl'anville, Ky. Heit horse mule colt He it mule any age 30 to first, Sa.jo to second. 10 00 00 in fermentation in thestomnch and allows nature time to digest the food. Try it. It has never failed with others and will not in your case. Ask A. R. Penny for it. Kentucky Fairs. The following are the date, of .he Kentucky fain this year-M- t JACKS. Hest jack under . .. year. 5 Hest jack i year old and under j. 6 Hest jack a years old and un-'c- r j 7 Hest jack any age $11 30 to first, Jj.50 to second. 4 10 to 10 00 10 ij 00 00 OR. saddle mare or gelding any age 3000 $13 to first, f j to second. premium by J H. Robards, the leading liveryman, Danville, Ky ta with Visitors, remember 44 Best walking mate or gelding ij oe Vesllbuled Trains, the tononCars, the line, Chair Diuing Palace $13. jo to first, J,5o to second Cars, Pullman Buffet Sleepers, at lowest rates. Special premium by Tim Murphy, the For Information address riage maker, Danville, Ky. JAS. BARKER, O. P. A , Chicago. Best model stallion, male or geldmg.. 4j ij 10 W G. CRUSHED. P. A., Louisville Jij jo to first, $1 jo to second. Sprclal premium by II ft Sam Lyons, dealers in ready made clothing, gents furnishing gooes, etc., Danville, Ky. 46 Hest double team, speed, style and dura Or STANFORD, KY , bility considered, regardless of set, i coler or ownership 30 Is now fully organised and ready lor business wills iic to first, f 10 to second. premium by Harvey Helm, of up $200,000. attorney al Law, Stanford. . 21000. Surplus, e or 47 llet New York saddle stallion, ma-.... i gelding. Jo J13 to first, !j to second, SUCCF.SSOH to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL 4! Hest fancy saddle mare BANK OK STANFORD, t o $15 to first, $J le setttnr1. No- - closing up) with the same assets sud under Special premium by W, P. Walton, me same management. proprietor lsTlRla J' hnaU Steam Br provisions of its chatter, depositors are at fully protected as sis depositors tn NatloaaJ Printeiv. Banks, its shareholders being held Individually SWEEPSTAKE ROADSTER liable to the extent ol the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the 49 Heat stallion, mare or gelding, speed, amount invested In such shares, ll ma act at cm style and durability loasldcrrd esecutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully aa K. to first, Jj ti sei. nd, lis u third so individual To those who entrusted their buisinets to Hi hit mnaglng the Lincoln National Bana ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their busineai with us, ottering as a guarantee fcr prompt ansa-lio- n to same, our twenty yeais' experience I banking andas liberal accommodations as arc with sound banking The Famous Specialist, 43 Hest NOHTH WE8T. -- .......And VJfciST . WORLD'S FAIR Farmers Rank&Trnst Co Capital Scil Paid J. S. APPLEM AN coa-sisle- nl S Stetling, July 4 -- S ! nty-five "Well, it was worth all I hnd spent on Meyer to see the wa3 he fell to pieces. He had been following me with I rents.' Shelbyvllle, July 11- -4 dayi. Kminencr, July if 5 days. days. Sharpsburg, July Stanlord, July aj- -J days. Danville. August t 5 dsyi day. Nicnolasville, August Owenton, August 11- -S dass. Maytville, August 12 i days. H4 -- 83 Auguit ty- " -- WIIAT IS THK I.OWKST THICK OF THAT UIMMKI. HATH WHISKY?" . a knowing smile and a confident air up to the very end, and the climax was too much for him. He almost fell outof his chair, and I could see that he had eiuldenly become as weak as a kitten. As for Jones, he wanted to jump on Meyer's neck. " 'There! Didn't I say 3our price was 1 too almighty high?' he demanded. knew ye wasn't playin' a fair game. I've got a durned good mind not to buy c cent's wuth from ye. If I was sure I'd have ye boyye done it cotted, so I would.' but I "Mc3'er was didn't wait to learn how he got out of his scrape. I Bhook hands with Jones, and just before leaving I turned to Mo3er, looked at him square, in the eyes and said: '"Mr. Meyer, I'm going to leave town If I can bo of service to you in fixing any more prices just let me know. I'll alwa3s be ready to show my appreciation of your kindness during the last five 3ears. "He was too flabbergasted to say a word, and I went outiand ate the heartiest and most enjoyable meal I'd had in a month. " N Y. Sun. panic-stricke- Best coltcithrrsex 1; Ileal Stallion, mare or gddug, I year ta 50 old and under a 15 1$ Hest mare a ears and under 3. .. fall I was taVen with A kind of summer Last ttajotofirit Ja o to second. complaint, accompanied with a wonderful ilui-rhir- a. aero Soon alter my wife's sister, who lives 19 Hest mare ytars and under 4 with u, was taken in the same way. w c used Jij to first, J5 to second almost evrthli)K without benefit. Iheu I said Special premium by A. Tnbblv, prolet us try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy, which we did and that cured us prietor of the Utlchrr House, the it did for me I think much of it a right away leading hotel of Danville what it was reinommtnded to do John, lliriiler, 5 x bottles for 30 Hest mare 4 year old and over Rethel, Herks Co , I'a. 5 '"J 6 e sale by W II. McKooerts, Stanford. $o to first, $5 to second pony 14'i hands anJ unai Mr J C. lioswell.one o the best known and 'o o der mn.t inrrrlpil rltient of llrownwood. Texas, Special premium by Dr. A. S Price, suffereil with dtarrhu-lor a long time and tr.ed many different remedies without oeiiei ', until the leading dentist of Stanlord, Ky. Chamberlain's Chollc, Cholera and Dla.rh.Tf 71 Fancy turnout, marc or (elding, driven at cn.. Remedy was used; that rellHved him a x by lady and gentleman ....... Korsaleby V. It. Mc Roberts, Driiggirt, Stanlord Sit to first and U to second Spe.ial premium by W II. Melton-ens- , BucUlln's Arnica Salve. the leading druggist, ol StanThe best salve In the world tor cuts, bruisra sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapford, Ky. and all skin erup ped hands, chilblains, corns lions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir-tHORSES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES It is guaranteed to i"iv. perfect satislacticn per bca. 93 Hest stallion or gilding a year aril unPrice 15 cents or money refunded. w0r sale by A. R. Penny, Stanlord, Ky. 1' 5 ders Special premium by I. (. Adler, leading dealer i fine harness and saddlery, Danville, Ky. 30 00 Stallion 3 years and under 4 34 Htw KT l"1" C'astorl. f 15 to first, Whrn Baiiy "" j to second. Special premium by A. II. (Robertson When she vt as a Child, ht cried for Castorlv A Ilro., dealers indry goods, notions, , h- - cluoi; to CastorW. When ahe became etc., ladies and children's fine shoes, he gf vethem C'artoria. When ahe had Children, Danville, Ky. 35 co 23 Hest stallion 4 years old'and over $30 to first, J j to second. 16 10 3d. Franklin, Auguit 304 dayi. Williamsburg, August 304 df). days. Howling Green.September days. Pans, September F.IUabethtown, September u 4 dayt Winchester, -- eplember u- -J tlayt. Cynthlani, September 194 days. Cilasguw, September a; 4 dajs. Hartford, September 37 4'da.y Veri allies, October -3 days - J day. 55 53 J, J Williams, Ml. Yernun; J. M. Hail, -- unfoid; V J.S.Owsley, Stanford; Hird J 10 An Kxcdlent Chance for the Sick S.J. Krubry, Stanford; f 15 season '94 to Eagle Hud to 1st, Jio J I. Lynn, Stanlord; season to jack to second. and Suffering. J. K. Cash, Stanford; HORSES !"OH HARNESS PURPOSES. William Goocb, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, M Wedges ills, Ky. to oc 11 Hest colt either sex And examination at his Privste Parlors at the S II. Shanks, President, la Hest Stallion, mare or gelding I year and Dr. J H. Owsler, Cashier, . ... 10 o unders Myers House, Stanford, Tuesday, W. M Blight, Teller. . 11 ,o Hest mare a years and under 3. 13 5 Aug. 15, one day only, 14 Hest mare 3 years and under 4 Si 50 to first, $.jo to second. Reluming every lour wteks during the year . oa ij Hest mare 4 years and over tij to first, Sj tc second. Special premium by Yeager ft Yeager OK STANFORD. KY leading liverymen, Stanford, Ky. 9 Hest 10 Hest o 00 Hest jennet under a year 10 uo jennet 1 year and over. suollng celt either ici by Ejgie . To Visit Our City Professionally. tuaiCToat: FREE CONSULTATION, -- . . FIRST NATIONAL BANK Stock-Surplus HORSES HOR SADDLE PURPOSES. Capital sssssaaHsBi " Z 9200,000 ' 2I.300 sssssssssssssGVswLasssssVk HHKsw As aBaaaasasasaL sasaT w iaaaaaasasaBsal liHc. 'WW'" ,i?JHH TilV-aaV- ' 15.il liaaiaiaiaiaVaiaiaiaiaiaiv bbbbbbsbW faBaaaBaBaaaP''' Attention of the nubile is invited to the fac hat this It the imly Nauonal Bank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, nut ov tnc siocsnoiuers liability iot aa amount equsl to the stock, so that depositors ol thit institution arc secured by a fund of 400,000. rive sworn siierncnis 01 tne condition or in nana are made each yearto the Uuited States government and its assets arc examined st stated tiros by government agents, thus securing addtliloaa snd perfect ssfety 10 depositors. This institution, originally established is the Deposit Hsnk of Stanford In 1I58, then ired as the National Hank ol Stanford in iMj and the first National Hank ol sgain Stanlord In ibS, has had practically an uninterrupted eatitcnceof 11 years, Ills better Supplied now with lacilitics for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable csieer Accounts of corporations, fiuns and individuals respectfully solic-le- d Ada-cian- ! ' Dr Appleman. formerly of New York, now per manently located in Louisville, Ky , is a graduate of Itcllevuc Hospital Medkal ..ouege, irw sor Cllv. the most notable Institution o i us kinn in America, He has made a special study of the The Directory ol this Bank is composed el KoreslHS Keid, I.i'icolo county; S, T Harris, Lincoln, G A. Lackey, Lincoln; EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT, ll J. W. Harden, Stanford ; S.ll. Haufhroan,' Lincoln; J. S. Docker Stanford;! W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M D. Kltnore, Stan'ord; T P. Hill.Stanford. K. L, Tanner, McKinney; M. J .Miller, Mt. Yemen, , !. Ml-w- -t S Chanty Hospitals, Niw Yotk City, and the s of this evptnente are many phenoiniual cures all over the Slate. He successfully treats And chronic lliseaees in the great Ilellevue and Acute and Chionic Catarrh, llinglrc In Ears, iljfnr, diseases i f the eye, ear, ihrrui. luliga, stumach, liver, kidney, ur naryrnd bladder, nrrviius prostration, diabetes, dyspepila, lonstipation, Ms J. S. Docker, President; John A J. McRobcrls, Cashier; A McKinney, Assistant Cashier. "Mv little boy was very bad oil for two months with diarrnaa neuminraj" two doctors, but nothing done . him any called in .1 . 1 n, fVilit-- . Cholera IfOOd UIIlll WC UlfU ck.ni... ..- -. reDiarrhea Remedy, which gave immediate best I the f and soon cured him. I consider lit . nd can conscientiously recomnedicine made medma or mend it to all who need a diarr lexas colic as icine I E Hare, Trenton, McRobens, and jo Stan II. rem bottles for sale by W. ford. ROADSTER RING 3$ Hest pain a. 75 ll'inorroids pile, cured without knlli il mi rheumatism, (Mention from wcrk paralssU, epilepsy nr No """";" - 1 !(... Guaranteed Cure. We anithorie our advertised druggist to sell you fur Consumntion. - k, Or. Kin,; Coi'iihs and Colds, upon this condition, if ou I.ung. with a Cough, Co M or any remedy are will use this 1 hroat or Cheat Trouble and it a fair trial a id accorJ.ng to directions, giving return the bottle exrerinceno benefit, you mav Ve couM not your money reluiiiled. an that if we ,.Jid not know non. IJr King, raaliVtnla . I never ?.:aWpn,r,U.U.tie.freeatA. R Penny's drug store. Large sue 50c ij marc or geldlngany age Jjo to first, Sic to second and Jlo to third. Speed, style and durability considered. Special premium byJP, W. Grsen, Mjers proprietorol the House. FineJIlvery and splendid bar attached. Sweepstake s.iddleSttallion Ji;o to first, $73 to second, jo to tblrd, Jjj to fourth. Consideration, speed, style, form and n Young and Middle Aged Men suffering from spermatorrhea and impnt ncy as i Hi viiulhtr exec tlie tesult oi some of the )fxrs and m her lauie producingblotches, defollowing elfects sue fi lit emiwious, bility, nervi)usoi, il.ainess, confusion of Ideas, avirs on to scciely, defective mciuoiy and sexual exhaustion which iinfiti the victfm for business aie perm meetly cured by remedies 00 or narnage,ux, i ot injuri seif-Hbma-li- nt DANKS THE JEWELER. :- STANFORD, - ZT. 300 Stock Most Complete Bt (Ka'tJCj' G Blood and Skin DlNcnties. Whiskers at an Early Age. Bertie (aged three 3'ears) "Mamma, ain't my "No, Bertie, face dirty?" Mamma don t you know nurse washed Bertie's face this morning." Bertie (clinging to ids idea) "Don't care, mamma feels dirty. Oh, I des it must bo whistcrs tomin." Texaa Sittings. -- aS 29 A Leader. As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc , cured by never failing remedies. Diseases ol women, such at I.eiicnrrhea, palnlul Menstruation. Displacement of Womb, bearing DAY. down pmns in back, relieved in short time. The Doctor carries ull his portable Instruments HOUSES F.OK SADDLE PURPOSES. and comes prepared to examiue the most obscure surgical cases. Hest itillion a years and under 3 500 medical and He undertakes no incurable diseases but f 13.50 to first, 9a 50 to second. given up an die. Address 30 00 Correspondence solicited Bejt stallion3 jears and under 4... J. S. APPLKMAN.M. D, Jij t first, $5 to second. Louisville, Ky, Hest atallion 4 ycars.'old and over aj 00 Write for Health Journal, free. $30 to first, 5 to second. KHs SECOND J ! sJfaBtaP 5tPPsWaBaiESZZIZL . m$r OILVEl-lr- HORSES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES. 13 co 33 Hest gelding 2 years and uuder 3 $13.50 tofirst, it 50 to second, Hest gelding 3 years and under 4 : DR. W. B. PENNY co Dentist. tested by Dr. L. OBce South side Main street, in office recta Y. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. overcoat loJfirt, j to second. Special premium ty Frank Hroi. A 30 Rock liottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair work. One call will convince you that this is the place to trade. tit ... Kr 1llT5mi?Wft F?Wvf'l Interior Journal Ky., .Samuki. fr--'-TV'flp- 'J' 1uniii4,)SfP!8Hnf! MUfWUfaflfQIQ i flSFJWsWHBBMMBWHWHI!WswWEWi9P,F' ssssssss - r . t.. Semi-Week- FuNTnped 72, clicul Inst week ly nenr McKinney. A. Courts'. A. Stanfom, K. C. Ue cream frei'zora low down at Ji'LY'21, 1893 Warren'fl Model Grocery. Walton, business Manager PERSONAL Mapon'a (jimrt jara o cunts a picco A. A. Warren's Modol Grocery. nt POINTS, A nice pony, harness and FoiiFai.k pleasure cart. The cart is almost as good Hrtiihinan. Mil. Suit Hauoiiman is fipeiidinu a as new ami the pony is gentle enough for any child to drive. fuw days at Hale's Well. Mns. J. 11. HumiAN, of Lexlnuton, Tuk weather has beeii pleasant for At whatever sacrifice it may take, and alteJ the repeal of the Sherspent several dnyn in Crab Orchard. sever.il days and there has been local man law to begin on Mies Mamik Mookc, of Louisvillt1, Is showers of some consequence, but a visiting Miss Mary Daviecs Dtulderar. "soaker" Is beginning to be badly needWill H. .Shanks went up to Uiomoun-tuln- ed. Tho prediction for ia "Fair, Tui'sduy to advertise the Stanford slowly rising temperature." Fair. Our 20c French Ginghams down to our 35c French Ginghams Mr. K. Kopsurt, of Ilnrrodsbur, the It is told that one of the colored teachlarge railroad contractor, was hero down to 20c, our 15c ginghams down to 10c, and so with every thing examination wrote in ers at the recent that pertains to Summer. Luster coats, light colored and light weight answer to tho question; "Who were tho Mk. W. M. Hhkiiit has Wen atteudiui; two most prominent Kentucklans, who Cassimere suits, Ladies Oxfords in tan and black. court at London; not professionally, but espoused the cause of tho Confederate as n witnew). States?" "John Morgan Miller and MIm Doha Stkalii has returned from Stonewall Jackson Hatcher " Adairville, where she ban been in the Thk chief of police, Mr. G. T. Helm, millinery businers. Straw hats and every thing for summer goes. We begin early so we MoHf. ks left yesterday for a was here yesterday on tho troll of J. T. Dn. H. 0. can make room for Fall Purchases. Our store room is very small and twoweek'B visit 19 his old home at Cane Dailey, who married in this county, and we must have the space. Come and come early. at who escaped from the Valley, Adair county. Mrs. M. K. Nam b, of Columbia, S. 0., Danville while serving a tine of $100 for Medical Society Thk 1 He had been will meet at Barboursvillu 2d Friday in Seven Shares Capital Stock of Is visiting her brother, Mr. It. L. White, selling liquor unlawfully. here, but had gotten wind of the police- August. Dr. Jackson Brown, of Mt. in the Hubble vicinity. Stanford Water, Light & Ice Co. Mns. J. K. FwuKNtK and sons, Albeit man's coming and tied. Vernon, president, Dr. RaniBey, London, There it per cent dividend guaranteed 13. GEORGE B. I'KEWITT. . KING. and George, of Cumberland Gap, are secretary; Dr. Herndon, committee of ar- Seven The tth National Hank of Columbus, rangements. This society was organized no betur or tafcr stock MApply to C. sAUKI.EY visiting Mrs VA Davison. stamora, ity. 41 K. I. Owsley is cashMb. A. 0. .Sink took his wife and Mrs. Ga., of which Mr July 5th and embraces the counties of daughter, Miss Vir- ier, makes a good showing in tho call of Lincoln, Rockcastle, Laurel, Whitley, M.Spickerman and ginia, to Crab Orvhard Springs yroter- - the 12th. It has a capital of 1160,000, Knox, Hell and adjoining counties. All MORELAND, KY., surplus 50,000, loans and discounts $2.Vi,. of July "trajeii day. regular physicians who subscribe, to and a pale'Kolfrom my preiui-- e n about the same color We have opened up a nice line ol (toiler of Milk Cow and As Mrs G. C. Givknb anil Mlses Sallle I'll) and individual deposits practice the Code of Kthics, American prlDinK to calvt- I wilt ci'ea liberal reward spending the cash on hand is' over 17 per cent, of Medical Association, are eligible to mem- forlinformntion that ill recover then Moore and Fields Jameson are UKOKOK A I1KNEDICT, 41 is no fear of a run on Manlord, Ky a few days with the family of Mrn. Sow-e- ll the deposits, there bership and invited to attend. Essayists, if there were tho slightest it, even Glvens. Dr. J. G. Carpenter, Stanford, subject I A. WuiTt.KY MosmoMuuv, who has grounds fur it. Typhoid Fever, Pathology, Diagnosis We paid spot cash for these'goods bought them where we could get been very ill at the home of S. K. OwsTreatment, Dr. T. B. Caldwelll, LonThk various privileges of the Fair were and All ptrtoni having claima agamit the estate of the most lor the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, ley, was able to return Wednesday lo put up at auction Wednesday, but not don, Treatment of Normal Labor. John M. McKobrrtt, Sr will preient them to me, properly proven, and thotc indebted to it will which enables us to make very low prices. Salt Si. 70. It lid Kock. bringing as much as the ollicer thought please tettlo at once Tins stockholders of the Cumberland Miss Lizzie Myers has opened up Dress Making over our store and W. II IUGG1N3. Exr Hixm, of Diunille, and tliejr ought, were taken down and will J9 Mns. G.T invites her friends to give her a call. Mrs. Kev. G. W. IVrryiiiHii, of Newport, be let privately. A Lexington man of- Valley Land Co. met Wednesday and COAL Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you passed up on the train to Green Hriar fered f 100 for the games of rhatice priv- elected the old directory, with one exception, Gov. James B. McCreary being money. b'prlngs for a month's stay. Of Rowland, Stanford and Vicinity ilege, but all such things are lo bo strictfcafWc are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. G. II. CoorKHiadown with the llux. ly prohibited. Messrs. W. K. McWhor-te- r chosen in place of the one who declined llavine made arrangcmenti with the Kat to servo louger Of the directory chosMr. J. A. Allen ii up again after a JellicoCoal Co., I am now prepared to tell and V. II. Coleman, of Casey, were en, Messrs. Vincent Boreing, Robert you Jelllro Coat at the lowest poudble & week's tussle with a severe cold, which up to bid on refreshments. find that by paying cash and aelllnj: for Boyd. James W. Fox, J. A. Craft, W. G. cah can tell much cheaper, to come and ee me seems to be epidemic beru. disease buy your how Welch and J. S. Hocker were present, and tee 01 thi tittle money will the market Winter Coal, the bct on tupply s' vacation nt his Till! Casey County Medical Society AlfBR n 'I hankuiK you for put favort and toliciting a Messrs. Boreing and Hockand home in lUjbourille, Mr. Lewis I) will meet at Middleburg the Ith Monday cititinuance of tame, am reipcctfully yourt, S I) ADAMS. Rowland er president and secretary and treasurer, 4 Sampson returned to Ixiuisvillu yester- in July in the Methodist church. Dr. respectively. An order was made for uavi: . .. J.T. Wesley, president. Dr. W. L. day to risiiuio his trips on thb road. the president to solicit bids for the sale secretary. Dr. S. Wesley, commitMrs. Clelland Town Lots and 100 Mns. IUii.k of tho ivalnut, poplar, ash, cherry and 100 Valuable and Mrs. Breckinridge John- tee on arrangements. All reputable phy- cucumber timber on the lands, of which Acres of Valuable Lands, ! Johnston ston, of Ijinraster, have been visiting sicians who subscribe to and practice the there are large quantities, and submit All lylnE aloriuik- of depot maihine ihops RnJ Mrs. George 1). Wearun and other rein Code of Klines of the American Medinil them to the finance committee. The yarilt at Coibin Will kcil at a hjrga:n, a to erlher or tepiutvl), or would exchange for Association invited to attend. Dr. (). H. lives here. t Farm. CoircciKmdcrii e olicitwl lands lie in Hurl.ni county and are rich D T CHI SNt'T, Mns. John Stunk, Mrs. Tom Urine ai d McKoberts opens the debate on Cholera in minerals and timber. Cou in Ky 40 4w islting their and Its Treatment who have been children, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. mother, Mrs. Ham Ilaughm.in, and their The Legislative candidates Western homes Maters, returned to li-inpoke at MilledtM'ville and .McKinney Mrs. Carrie Cain created a sensation Wednesday. yesterday irtid peak to day at Holdam's-Mil- l In Kenton county by marrying her di- HORSE AND "BUGGY STOLEN. Wiih.iit, proprietor of Mr. John at 10 o'clock a. m , Ilee Kick at ; r vorced husband's father. Dark bay hore, almoit Irown, blind in richt the Junction tity Marble Works, was M. and Uoitnd Knob at tiiht, Waynca-bur'J-ia yearaold. hair ctl of Win. Warren, of Gallatin, Tenn., is oyc, almost 16 hand hifih, lluccy Kumilnj Rear, hind leetfrcm uratchei here yesterday, lie has just put up a m , Kimsttville the name at '.' c whli h it black 87 years old, has buried ten wives, is rnnole color, etcept uncle handsome Harry granite monument at diy at night, South Fork '.'Ith, at night, Hody Llacl, a t.iuare cut ut of inide of dah seeking a divorce from number 11, two Incite njuare The abme reward will be paid Danville lo George W Welsh, Sr , 'Jl Highland "J lib, at - r. m., (Jrab Orchard now:t() corvinion of thief children and walks up every pay lor,.ret rn ol property and JAMKS I' UA1LKV, has weighing 51,000 pounds. feet high ami m Prearheisville -- ith, at at li r. J S MO( KER, a pension draft. Stanford. Kv. Mr. Isaac IiAMinoN is back from an niht. Hubble Jilth, at night; .Stanford day and pockets To prevent her marriage to Itobert tour to Nebraska ami oilier --Nth. at 2 i m , Adams' School- - Houe extended ytARTMlLY HKI'ORT !'. Snyder, the fatherof MissS.dlie Coop States, including Illinois, where the 1.NU), at night. er, one of the prettiest girls in Lexing- FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. World's Fair delighted him. He says ATcon and has been to a train in motion at ton, was arranging to put her in a Fok jumping on .W SIANTORI), he has been to the her lover and vent, but she informed tho West, but he has found "no place McKinney Countable J. A. Shannon arOn the morninc of July I. 193 Kentucky rested Hen Cotnptnn ami Hawks Wil- they circumvented the old man by unitlike home" in away RKSOUKCKS kinson, who were lined f each, and fail- ing their destinies while he was making the arrangements. I.oatu and Ihicounti, K due from Diing to pay, were lodged in jail by Mr. CITY AND VICINITY. $!,640 88 rector The marriage of Hon. W. C. l' Shannon Tuesday, where they spent one co - i.Utj &i the Stanford Fair. Wing Due Irom IMrector Don't forget night. Some of the Stanford boys might Breckinridge to Mrs. Louise Scott 4.447 Overdraft was celebrated In Louisville Monday ev- Due from rut Companies State and L'7 and be broken of their habit of jumping on HKMKMUKRlhe Fair date Jnlj 4 National Hani ening, Kev. Gelon II. Rout otliciatiug, trains before they break their necks. 23. S.juo o Ij6,5'3 04 and they passed here the 6ame night for H.inkinc home and Lot Jew- - Constable Shannon seems to be making 75' Stocki and Ilondi Takk your repairs to Danks, the Ho Iihb Harrogate. The groom is fS and has C.nh Items, if Checks and other cah a "rep" again.-- t eler. bride's itrnv 'or ttie t day't exchanges 16,814 77 lauded mx in jail in a very short been married three times. The &x 00 age is not stated, but her beauty and ac- Furniture ami Fixture Tnv the :Wd.iya system McKinney time. Hrocomplishments are extolled. $i84.S73 30 M I.1AIUI.ITIKS Thk nttwH of the suspension of the Baron Sohlberg, an Austrian noblf IIindeu twine for Hlo cheap. J. H. Jjoo.ooooo First National Hank of Fort Scott, Kas., man, has reversed the usual order of for- C'.ipiul tiKk paid in, in cah Hanghman. a l.oc 00 little surprise here, where eigners, who marry American women. Surplus created but Depo.llt subject to check, von which M centa per hundred at J. some iW.OOO or iW.IKH) of the stock is Hock salt, They always go in for the stun", but he i.p.i '7 iuterett li not paid) .. K , VanArudalo'ri. held. It has been in a hhaky condition wbb content to take pretty Anna Due I'niM Comp tines, State and NaH.7I4 81 tional lUnki for some tune. Some 7',000 a chambermaid at the Palmer Skk McKinney 1W. ad. They want apparently Taxe of its stock is held in Kentucky and was House. Chicago. The wedding occurred to save you Rome money. Sin "3 j solicited by Mr. KdChenault, formerly of in that noted hostelry Monday night, , hlAH.OFKlNlUCKY, Vouh account is due. I'teiwe call and this place. This notice was posted Tues and "Pretty Anna," as she was known, County of Lincoln, settle it at once. A.A.Warren. It. Owle,caluerof the Farmer Rank day and is all that has been heard from has changed from maid to guest. I r J an J Tnut Co of htanlord, Ky . a Hank located there. "Owing to tho steady withdrawmatch, jiid dome a buine an Mail street, in the town N'kw Bailor hats and qiiillH to WE HAVK l'"OR SALE- CHURCH AFFAIRS. ol Stanford, in said count), licinp duly sworn, say al of depositors and our inability to colDudderar. n true in that the loregoniK report is of all respects befor for the Fair. Mary Davieaa said Hank, lect assets, we deem it to the best inter0, Kev. A. V. Sizeinoro will preach at statement of theof condition ou the 1st day of any biiine the transaction account is ripe, ready and wait- ests of all concerned that this bank be Rowland Sunday night. to the best of his knowledge and ho July, Yoim lief, and lurther says that ttie busmen ot said W,'"r' temporarily closed, Assets are more W hL'tlle- The simplest binder made. Kev. George 0. Barnes is holding Hank has been transacted at the location named, inc. 1'leaHe c nml than three .times the liabilities." The forth in helbyvillo now. and not elsewhere, and that the aboe report is en & Co. made in compliance with an otllcial notice recciv State l'lcapc capital of the bank Is f'MO.lXK). "The American Temperance Tuiver- - ed Irom the Secretary ol day 011designating the 1st is hcmi annual nettling time, which ssid report day ol Julv 1V0. as the It 1. H OW'SI.KY. Cashier pay your account. I concert at Junction City Wednes sity," with a SoO.OOO building, will open shill be made. Tin: do me the favor to S II SHANKS, Dirctor. Or two horse binder. Deering Mower and Deering Binder Twine. day night for the bene lit of the Baptist as Harriman, Tenn., Sept. 111. nPi.il the money. 11. C. Uupley. JNO. M UAH.. Dinctor, Call on us for a beautifully illustrated catalogue, "Triumphs of the S J. U.MIIRY. Director Kev. J. II. Julian will preach at S11 was a very creditable and enjoyexamined church Century," describing Chicago, the World's 1'air, and the big Sunday morning Ok the K5 colored applicants Sworn to l.ifore me ly J II. Owslej, this July 19th able airair. It consisted of vocal and in- Rar Grove Scliool-housteachers two got 'Jd N I'. I. C .V M IIRK II F, Deering works; also a lot of neat memorandum books. It will be to for common school strumental performances, recitations, and night and tho meeting will continue 6,180,5. certificates, six failing enthe interest of every farmer who needs machines to see us before buy ami 5 Ac, some of very high order of merit each night during the week. ing elsewhere. We will alwavs be found at the office of the Stanford tirely. . and deserving special mention, but as FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. .I Roller Mills. atten- there weio no printed programs and our As Administrator with the will annexed cf the Thk insurance amenta desire the record to estate of J. H. Clreen.decd , will on JT. Flying Jib has reduced his gasoline Movea to reporter was unacquainted with most of tion of those who use W. II. HAYS, Assistant. a permit is necessary in the performers, he is barred from indi- UiOol. 22, 1893, the fact tbnt Tho dam of Mattie Wilkes sold at vidual mention, save that the violin solo houses insured. In Iliutoiiville which was occuAt thestcre house public auction in Danville for JSS. of Miss Isabella H.tiloy to accompanipied by J. H t'.rceo at the time ot Irs death, sell nt Sl' wilTbe a bis . S- Sleepy Jim, nearly 18 hands high, is at public sale the ment on the piano by lior mother, Mrs. Tiisiik in O. 1 school-housSteele Bailey, nnd tho recitation of Miss proving n mighty good place horao in the Entire Stock of Merchandise Kar Grove 12, to which all lovwoods, Au. Kssio liurch wero liberally and loudly Ohio circuit. hi death. The stock he A colt was foaled in California with Which sold had aon hand at consists of 'jruiturc, applauded. Mr. B. II. DankB assisted ers of the cause are invited. a w ill be whole aud Saddlo, Undies, in tho orchestra numbers, which were a head liko a calf and with only one eyo Harness, Mowers, I'low-- , .c. Stoves, Repairs for ALTiiouoiiitwUlbonenrlya year Hinders A credit of three months un negotiable well given. Among those who attended and no mouth. Terms Ocbearing interest from tho election it Is suggested that Don't miss tho $o00 saddlo stallion note with good security and from here wero Misses Sallio Moore, of prima-rThe purchaser can tober will be a good time lor the p. in of tho Fair, ThursSale to lt;in al county of- Paris, Mary Pickett, Shelbyville, May purBO on tho first.day Is keceiving His rent the store house, a commodious one, on satu to nominate candidates for AdauiB, Grays, Ann Shanks, Kit Hangh- day, July 27. factory terms to the estate must promptThis will lve ample time for fices. Josian Bishop tolls ua that from IV.) lyAll persons indebted having claims against it : : tho fight man, Nettie Wrny and Clara Lackey and : settle same and those ipt those who want to ruu to enter W. H. Wearun, Gabe Lackey, ewes ho has sold this year S30."j worth of will present them tome, properly pro en, for of others to k Mcbsm. air and It will permit scores nnd that he has 0 lambs j, 3t Adm rj. II. Green, dee'd electioneer-taB- . J. Carroll Bailey, Wallace Withers, Will lambs and wool Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. ou Hustonwlle.Jiilj i t iinto ft better business than left. Severance and our reporter. do the people say ? What Mn. J. 1. Haii.ey ia tnkinir World's Fnlr. Mies Mahv Dunn, of Hoyle, Is visltiiiR Tub Farmers Dank A Trust Co. pub lishea In this isauo its first report under pubIn the tlie new law reqtiiriti four to bo lished a year. Mrs. M. S. s to-da- y yes-terda- y. work-hous- e Charily Spillman threshed 3,000 bushels from 1 15 acres of wheat, an average of :0 lumbers to the sere. AdvoTub Christian church steeple and roof cate. havo been treated to n new coat of paint. The great filly, Maid Marian, broke tho world's record for a milu and 20 Tuk school per capita continue to increase. It will bo ?U.So each this yeart yards by going the distance at Washing in 1.10. The best provious !V cents more than last, for the 712,000 ton Park children of the school age in Kentucky. time wbb estiA St. Louis crop statistician Thk wheat crop is threshing out fine- mates a shortage of at least 100,000,000 ly, showing .1 large yield and heavy bushels of wheat in the crop of LSOil and weight. The corn was nuvor finer and advises American farmers not to sell the prospect is that we shall not starve their wheat at present low prices. even if all the bunks break. For Sai.k. Southdown bucks, bred from the best herds of Kentucky, such as tickets Tin: I.. A N. will sell round-triMcGrath, Davenport, Clay and Fisher-l- ast from all stations between Louisville and buck used premium buck at Lexing London to Lebanon Fair at one faro for ton Fair. F. Keid. round trip. Tickets on sale July 21 to The great Meddler, recently bought 28 inclusive, good returning July 2'Jth. for $75,000 from the estate of the late Will rIbo run a special train leaving Squire Aliingdou by W. II. Forbes, of at 7.110 a. m., July 2'j to 2S, return- Dedbam, Mass., and said to have been ing leave Lebanon each day after the the most valuable horse in England, has races are over. W. W. Penn, T. I. A. arrived in New York. N. 11. Lexington; Mat ThocuhtkI'i. people arts beginning to Cohen, with Rowland,.Bales, Richmond; J. W. realize that freo turnpikes tiro not so Will Owsley, Burksville; Charlie great a blessing as they appeared at Lexington; Mack Hughes, with tirst. It takes money to buy turnpikes (.Jay Bros., Hardin county; Dock Drye, and that money can bu raised only by Hustonville, and many others with big strings have engaged stall room here increasing our taxes three fold. A vote nnd will exhibit at the fair. for the man who advocates freo turnpikes will not get them by a long shot, NEW ADYEBTISEMEJJTS. but it is best not to vote so that you will be counted on that side. Sailor hats for tho Fair at Mrs. P. T. THE GREAT 5 PEN We are determined SLAUGHTE This is what we are making our house to-da- HI. To Glose Out Our Summer p Goods , How-lan- d A SOLID GOLD BASIS. I2jc, San-didg- GLNTLEMEN'S LOW CUT SH0LS. South-Kaster- n FOR SALE. HUGHES & TATE. ' 1 EEWARD. - KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, $10-1,00- it Dry Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, u. NOTICE TO IIURNERS Ten-nem- e mar-K- in I KIHG FHEWITT. 1 three-week- 1 Elegant New Stock of Low-de- r, 1 Ilrii.s-siliK- , 1 - I llluc-(.ra- r $100 BEWARD. Rugs, Carpets, Mattings -- si 1 1 Severance & Son $i"-"- nt-x- - 1 Wit-kow- er, . . I I11I111 -- "' i. The Deering Improved Steel Binders, The Pony Deering Binder. o s 11 Administrator'3 Sale 1 Saturday, July K. BitUGH3MCa.3Sr. iiGENTT. I e P'e .Nmv-lan- d'a H.6.R0PLEY, V r be-for- o 1rgtttoHfHtli Jl y SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. 4 - .4U.jPafcJs4 fRiZX , fr?nT "' ' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT Published Every Tuosday and Friday S'--i irVhen riCIt YKAUIX ADVANCE not so paid &2.SO will be charged.- Infesg pMy& ll"'l wm rases TON 1 I 1 K.C. Train LOCAL TIME CARD. Rowland at 7:00 a, itivn ra., returning A7 !iivil UBUEcnmctoa cortalu .south-efour-hors- m town, some years ago, a c Bpanltiny L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ...l driiwlnp team a 1 t: i, r. i ' " h U singers, nn Is a Candidate lor Jailer, subject 'o the action of the Democracy. companlst who performed on a very small, wheezy mclodeon, a German HI. McKINNKV, KY comedian, and a "doctor;" all dressett QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. in somber black coats and wearing Mereland, Ky Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action glossy silk hats. of the democracy. Trains pas Junction City as follows: caparisoned in The horses were gayly I have bought above meutiouedJ.Holtl at WlSouth. bound - No. . Vestibule Limited. 11.50 aud have attached a Sj. flowing white banners, which bore, in k' m j No. 3 . Chicago Limited,n 1.55a. " ; New Orleans Kxpresi. 11 7 ;",? - - huge red letters, the inscription: "CyFirst-Cla- ss Bar and Pool Boon. ii.ta p.m. So, 9 Hlue urais clone Oil for Man and Ileast" This exIs a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the ucliou M of the Democratic party. North bound. No. J, Vestibule Lirrited, 6.48- plained the business of the visitors and and '.refurnished the Hotel and Have repaired STANFORD, KY m. No. a.. Fast Mail. .5l P m No. 6,Chigaa in belter than ever "! immediately drew a large crowu 01 viln T.lmitfHi. 3.2? a. m. No. J., Local, 2.5s D. lage loafers to the courthouso square Jo. 10, Klue Grass Special, 6 a ra Prepared to Accommodate the to witness the exhibition. It being to the otnee of As. Public. Is a candidate for Saturday, a greater portion of the assessor, of Lincoln County, subject to ictior. of the This Hotel, renovated and rclurnished, Is now folk, who in the patty. democratic sembly were country I Special attention'to Commercial Men in tuy charge and I iutend to conduct it so as to W GHKKN. Proprietor. south use that day principally for tradnot only maintain lis high reputation, but 10 add JOE CARSON, Manager to its long list ol friends. Special accommodaing and loafing when they come to tions for commercial travelers and line looml.for auditown. The songs transported the ol the dlsploy of samples. Is a cand date for jailer, subject to tie attlon ence, and the comediun, in a ridiculous the d mocracy .AIFirst-Clas- s make-u- p Saloon and costume, convulsed them; but when the "doctor" arose to Fell his Aid MILLIARD and POOL HOOMS attached JOSEPH COFFKY. wares, and got well started in his adthe cities with a iikc lin I have returned ubjectto the action of el Millinery whichIrom oil f'r a small pioht. Isacrdidaterorj-iil.rI will dress, his audience stood with bulging ' Goods left over, as fresh as this seasons Kods, the old JetTersonlsn democracy eyes in silent admiration, while listenFalls Branch Jellico Coal Go., from last season, I will sell t ing with rapt attention to his remarks. Miners and shippers ol the OKNUINK Some showed by their manner that they COST FOR THE CASH ONLY, B. were seriously impressed, and knowing of The reason I do this it to reduce my stock ..m looks would be exohauged when some Absolutely Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action business the Democracy them by this great truth was hurled at Iria fifrtt nportunity. Try it. We ate the tote agents lor .Stanford Jand cordiailr invite theladies to call and esimine - Rowland. Olhce coiner ol Depot street and railbalm, vender of a cheap road crossing. my goods, I also solicit a share ot their patronMcCORMACK aire. M IIIU'CK, MKb. 6 IIIOniNS A WATTS. A cream of tarter baking pow- "within the price of each, and every Msntord, Ky. in leavening one." Ills powers as a speaker were to the will of der. Higest of all Is a Candidate lor Assessor, subject to he had finsupreme, thesDeiuocrary. Latest United States them and openedand when to furnish THE P. 0. MILLINERY. strength. his satchel ished Report. Government Food suffering humanity his wares, Mark W. W. HAYS, a long, lank, room and see the Call at the ROYAIBAKINQ POWDER CO., Tidwell.who had been standing with his My mother, Mrs. Kate Dujderar, has just re native, Is a candidate tor Jitler, subject to the action ci turtied trom the cities wilh an clvgint line of mlb Wall St., New York. 106 the Octuuciacv linery, embracing Solectod and hands thrust deep in the pockets of his yellow jean breeches, now turned o Stock A. S. ALL OF THE NOVELTIES companion and said: "Doggone my cats '1 he goods and prices ate HAMPTON, Or Millinery in town SURGEON DENTIST. speak-in'!- " ef that feller don't beat Vance er Of the season, ol which she will hasc lull central bound to please you. of She also engaged a MRS V T COURTS. 10 Which remark was the greatest Is a candidate for jailer, subject to the action Office over McRoberts Drug Store loathe now the demociacy, could Owiley Building. recommendation this "doctor" Dress-MakeFirt-Clas- s Stanford have had in these mountains. XSTBiATST. SAM M. OWENS, Uplifted hands stretched forth their Callilid esamlne my stock of Millinery belore . buying and leave your order for your drcsM-tmoney to receive this precious fluid of a I have at mv place a deep Hay Mate with small county, soJutt same. A . Thanking you fer pait favors Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln nrrary. mane and tali, star and leit hind foil white, dark reddish hue, in very hinall vials, to the acUou id the democratic i an' on my shoulder-blade5S hands high Owner can get her liy paying MAItY davis;duddekak. wrapped in pink paper containing diIt II CROV inarges lef a furrer thar like a harrer had rections for use, and, as they purchased, gone plum through hit hitched ter er D. i iiomayka;kk. JAMKS YKAOKK l.OGAN AVUN'UE, ones, who made room for the outer yoke o' oxlns; stood on my head in the Sheriff of Lincoln cjsurty. .7. II. HAUGHMAN, were clamoring for an opportunity to big road an' made a man's mule throw I, candidate for of the democratic primal). : : to the action & finally edged his way to him, stampeded the cattle an' sot the buy. Mark HRE AND STORM . than any one else in the "doctor" and said: ...ii.i ter squeelin' an' poin' on like durn-foo- l town, New stock of Fruits every Friday. "Jedge, I sw'ar that war a good talk-i- pigs pigs do when they gitsskeered. The M. FSD UU SH1L2, med'ein' is ye give, an' cf this r chillen gut ter erym' an' the ole 'ooman fm Is a candidate fr member of the es good es ycr talkln', I'll jis' be dumed wus Representing the horn fur help, while LmcsIn county , suujr.i 10 "J STANFORD. ef 1 don't try er bottle of hit." length in the spring-branc- mocracy full I wus Hartforil, of Hartford, Conn.; The "doctor" assured him that it We are tnoi.r new stable in the Opera llousi with sumthin' iu my stummick will open on January iMh, t3oi a anything that ever afflicted supply aay well supplied with would cure Block aid ate Manchester, of Manchester, I'njj.; Dain from which I can How. i. Jersey "lk to .he people of Stanlord nad HELM man or beast; that it was a sovereign lollowing prices, deluded. rennsylvania I'ire, l'liiladclphia; land atthn NEW RIGS AND HORSES remedy for stubborn maladies, and if in the " nU properly used according to the directo represent I.lsxsJn ecmntythe ile- Is a ?rcih MUW, per Rallon Ins. Co. of North America. subject to the aetkmj el 10 cents nest Legislature, Skimmed Milk, por gallon. g but II nurchased and tions accompanying each and every lot cracy. 8 nt gallon Companies. I would i Uutter Milk, per All tf which are urnouts will leave the itaole tle it would restore the huir to a side of nrny Inertds in this line. i'ol. wVV.A' i Be pleated tawail Jw.Il make two trips dall,. The P"fo0.the 6ole leather. Mark was convinced, and promptly issued, will insure against tornaiocs a jtv Give " led slums and lightning Lightning does, slowly pulled from the depths of his witSo.it additional Ssrge wallet, resembling pocket a and Othce at First National Hank, Stanford. Is a Candidate f.rjnlerof Linceln cosinty any gingerbread, Public. a slab of ,i-thems.lve.tn a.ks hi. friends not to commit at home a.d ssork Notice to the Traveling else, a. he is forced tr, star .. TO ... . and, after unwinding a quantity of DemI have had ' SvXsY'Sv5CRAB ORCHARD candid-c- y is .Jl.ject lo the action ol the f shoestring from about it, produced his I a,jr j .j ise raise party money, and then departed for ids home furnished and with his purchase, loud in his praise of AtUowUnd repainted and nicely - - - ... ; the "doctor's" ability as an orator, to u AND LINCOLN COUNTY lave in connection wit n tiot e. o vintr. n . uv oons iin Mouse neighbor who jogged aloug on his mule Conn.ction with the e.Mte ol Ol in the Matt All persons rm. nst cliims airainst ?. ."" " 7XV ---.. wells ana airs beside him. ye.w.-wlast seMi, respai tfully tequesl Its continuance will present them properly pros en to I A Lvll Mr. duiiMg the csMsstng mm, IsnUed I etpect all to The foregoing happened in the Th e indebted u said estate Flovd In for settlement me 5?' T. 1.1...". tVulsv, U .'Mr. and Mr. ,at":"r use the .' Utanioro, u nil pie se tail and settle K S. "i ''V'.- lf I his lamed Summer Res rl with its F.tin.Tetin.. A. A. Warren,and Mrs T. W bprinp. t.Yli.h. Adsai. ' Mr. increased, T As the heat of the summer h. S. Proctor', C. II.Br.um. Mri, K. IV Johnson, t Rowland, Mr. and tes U pet so did the visitors to the mountains aud ICE, New iiavcn, ,. Cot. Greensburc a can. thronged the drives. Give me gay equipages SIAMOKD p D RK Z3i-rIJfeS5liar. J H. f'irev . "Waters and Restful Sur; 1, T. I. v a home Ecalin? t r thsH leasi.n. irit is male One day, however, a gentleman, qSoiy I IISMSttl institallnli Siiid. lite lie is absolutely and rounding, ": sasiiavi'p to thk nioiiT." came to this resort who brought with SALS STABL2, AND hemleally pure, le'nn ma.ie Ir ru spring water, which is tirst .Infilled an.I then tarelullv fillered him his coach, which soon became thet felt like four foot of barbed-wirial will last tr,irr being known far and wide among the vil- fencin' doubled up in n ring, a hat full At j'uhn M nelee's n w hr - on DepJti.uret, o Re-- I inmh longer fn.elip nd Iird, Attifn ireepldcmit. e Iii'ilth.an llian tally-hbeing the only o' carpet-taek- s lagers as the of cholera is looked br during the vir ai.d nothan' a bushel basi.it full V B. RILBY,. Proprietor. ing is Mi apt tu produse or spread this diteas' as y RAMSEY, one ever seen in that vicinity. .So one o' brok'u glass, all takin' turns at my impute waler or lie. lillti.lt willbe - Kentucky. afternoon, as the tally-hwas bowling liver an' sieh. London, Who will at nil time" be g'ail to a.ci.mrowUte all along the principal street, filled with Health ami pleasure seekers will find this Delivered Rcgularlvand Punctu-al- l -, 'Fust the barbed wire would stra'ten with good rigs at reasonable rates My llus will .,m,c, I moved to my new ..beautiful women ami handsome men, out er bit an' then lly back like a t your Doors it K. C. trains conCenicnco d, meet all ad . Mark Tidwell was once more standing Tlien the tacks clock snriiiff. ,. AN ADMIRABLE PLACE Kitty morning at the lolloswng Trues jired. Givemeacall. KRAJ.K Rjr.KY. in front of the courthouso square it wud spin erroun' liko er fiyin'-jinnat being Saturday and as he spied the er sidi lio;v. an' wud leave half o' ther or per hundred I and energies ap.1 For 100 pounds or oser To rrcoser tlwir wonted health horsw like tare at 1 ;r jo pounds to ion coach rumbling toward him down the numbers stuck pint first all 'roun' the Kr hundred at the name time secure unlet, rough street ho vehemently exclaimed route. Then tin? glu For to to so pouuds 50c per hundred would all fall MornWe;will Deliver ICE Every No less than 10 pounds delivered. to the bystanders: ROWLAND, KY, down from the top o' my chist, an' the K. ItHI.MLIl 10 ing at c per lb. burn tli' hide of me of hyar don't barbed wire wud jump at it an' eliase it "Dad or llosrd Irom $7 to Ju r week. HARDWARE, Free IN CROCERIES, cum thet ile chap ergin!" and without back ergin. QEALER Fo further information applj to per 30c In Manlofd and Rowland and by so lbs. are . . .. ih lunction of further words he picked up a large c U. tc per "Thet thing ken' up tell the ole 10 lbs and 100 lLspatronagn 100 lisrespectlully very (.US IIOFMANN. ;:; mo n . new u plk gfi re and lor past eoach passed him, 'ooman Hung er gallon er so o' thankful . lb up v. .... than t.er prep., red stone and, as the might bttniotuiWill deliver trom continuance lnt Rowland and U now lf at the veCrb Orchard, I tncoln County. Ky. heaved it with all his tea inter m' frame, with a cul iu MRSi JANE HARROW A ( O, to nleace the traue m s just above the door quart o' torghum molasses un' lye hicle. It struck ISfS'SUeoach, ornntC OB': GOODS, J'HlCUflS, and splintered that side of the loafers to give hit fluvorin', an' tln'n I lj . v . . as one of the .1.. .l.l.l l.reltlv tO hlil stock x bergin ter git better; but I war strii'ten-In- ', ,v bail dcbts making a hole Etc. He nas ret I kiu tell yer, an' aU expressed it "big ernuf fer er cu'f ter war er frolhiu am "" ihan IS OVER THK he dzethlsprKcbefrtebuyiOK LlOft J7 n jump through." at the mouth same's er mad dog. of the coach The occupants on top "Hit tuck me two weeks ter find mer were in a high state of excitement and cattle, an' the man war got Hung by his alarm. The gentlemen all sprang down mule met me one day soon arterwards V-- ill nnd ran toward Mark to inquire into an' gouged the left eye mighty nigh out Having purchased the v, . i j of rr the cause of this indignity, when Mark o' me an' cum purty nigh reached for another stone, and shouted, me to de'th, but lie gut tired o' bitten' as he sprang high in the air, cracking of me, or ho wud of done it. Hut tho .Jtoi . , his heels together as he came down: wurst thing of tho whole bizness wus, d vr UimtrV. am Increasing the stock as "Stan' back, yer sncakln', .. when 1 sliow'd up iher nex day arter Carriage Painter and Trimmer, in 1. pwsll'le and w ill " , " buzzards! Ef yer lay yer ban' on the dosin', my own dog didn't know me last a All kinds of sehielcs painted trimmed and Par- - me I'll bounce this hyar rock oil u tli an' whirled in an' gnawed u hole in my In . mlfVTi II tJ3LA.Z't I o"lT k.rrf stle I'l.un and ornamental Hack hyar ergin, leg the size o' a pint cup. of one o' ye! signs Situfnrtmii guaranteed In both workmanK u&xim .Baiuwar v . ', ship ami price. Shop on main street, over.Wm. air ye? With yer chunes an' yer "An' thet's why I Hung the rock, Paiiuherly's blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky. mid I will an' cr sellin' yer kyernttl, an' I sw'ar to goodness I didn't I pizen ter folks whar can't read." know 'twus vou. nn" thought mebby Mark had made a terrible mistake in hed gut my chance at tho He chap, fur j HUTCHINCS. s- W.C. CtM.vat.aJP his men, for the owner of the coach, he drlv four critters an' so did you, an' V - ti i . o .vand to 'twas that whar fooled me. A, G. Lannan well known in tho mountains t FROM John H. Castleman. Mark especially appeared and "Hut I'll sonar' ther hole iu thet wag- ' LOUISVILLE OR CINCINNATI. an explanation of this un gin, ef I don't, darn me!" he concluded, rj. ''l ,ip. rry-Mark's face fell as moving off, while tho owner of tho warranted assault A A L. ZPZZJ, DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE .Kirs ho recognized his friend, and his damaged vehicle, much amused at this iNCiuoca Th u's humility was very sincere as he said: wondered how ho would just grievance, Pullman Vestibule Sleeping and Buffet Parlor Cars, "Why, Lord love ye, kycrnel, I sw'ar do it Charles V. Shober, in Frank didn't 'low 'twus youns whar wus Leslie's Newspaper. I Only Route Through the Indiana ersce, I crtop o' thet thar tlung. Natural Gas Belt. gracious!" said Worse Yet "My hain't jis' natchcrly gut over thet pizen cum diim nigh er put-ti- Aunt Jemima. "The big storm in THROUGH TICKETS ile feller whar 0 IMIia COhhtCTIONS CAN Ot IICUBCO VU THtSE with his the paper says, carried everyof me in th' buryin'-grouAT tH f."C Ft, TiCslT OFFICL& OF stuff, whut wusn't fitten ter put thing before it" "iskasely everything, RAIL!). pesky SOUIhin-tc aso Fon mem infohkation in rcciro to oner dog, much lessen er man, nn' I Jemima," said Uncle Heuben. "It left MANAGERS,, Anv ttsiRto DtTAiia eoNCir,hiii. tHis ATlied in' min' so sot on er lay in' of him ruin behind it" l'uck. SERVICE, niAss appiy in fravN on er ietur ch Building, Louisville nut whenst nex' I see him, thet when TIUCRAM TOIUMCR0nMCIULn.iM.J Commerce Jesso' Thompson's Barber Shop, "So this Is Simpson's new house; ho - MOTtUr". Tin. vouns fust driv up I 'low'd 'twus him, R.H.tKIT.Sortlifrtiftss'r'.riit. South. , r illallkll I r n..n.v ,l,.s nr rtrr linf J LWllKilON. IT. Agents throug tout the 'a a told mo that it was built on very high P'. r.Kfl. R. THOHPSO i. S. K. rass ii There are three of tha b'est llarberi in the State WM'MJ I ,..?.- V- - VV4 i.l!iJtRiOa.Ditrulhsrlrsi. - lOUISTILU, IT. r..n i,nn - Vrnimd ." "Christonhcr Columbus, it . .... r r. There are also excellent Rath Rooms run In coner huhvv an it" i... ifi 81XUIX abSDT. u.jtit Uii il Psa'r Igsat. Ho paid one hundred dollars u foot nection. Agent lor Lcungton Steam Lauudrr. er but mis-TRIBBLT, L00U Ajoat, potetvd vy now,fur thet you'd Hut ben isl it" Inter Ocean. 111 for W. I reckon. The latter traini alio carry pasieagers. The above U calculated on standard time.ime it about o minutes faster. South...- Mail train going North South " " South Express train t North Lical Freight North...- - .- - it 51 ....jsjara .....lojp ...93$ i3pm pm tn ra 7 Pm gaudily painted wapon, hav-n p as occu- pants n quartette of male nc- - Solar 1 1 nui -- ! Pure life-savi- sallow-skinne- d PRICE, sBBh& POWELL, C. GXXTERAI STOHZ, Kentucky, squar' thet hble in thar, kyorncl, I sw'ar 1 will," ho continued, pointing to the damage his "rock" had caused. "Hut Mark," said the colonel, "such pastime as this will get you into trouble, even if practiced on tho 'Ho chap.' What has he done to you?" "Wa-al,- " replied Mark, as he grinned sheepishly, "1 don't much liko to tell ye.fellers, seein' as how it's slch n durned good joke on me, but It happened erbout like this: "Ye see. I war standln' list'nln' to er feller whar had slycoon lie ter sell, an' he made slch a powerful survigrus talk erbout pollyticks an' 'liglon nn' slch, tell he put me kinder het up like, an' whenst lie cummenced ter talk erbout little nllln's an' small pains er carrylu' of people off, I begin to git one in the holler of my back, an' the mo' ho talked the woreo I begin ter feel, tell furst news I know'd he hollered out thet de'th an' dest'ueksion wus agwlne to ketch up with airy man whardliln't take kcer of hlsse'f, nn' jis' then an' thar I drapped my stick o' candy m the sand, fur I paid the skunk er quarter of er doller, gut er bottul o' his pizen truck an' lit out fur home. "I crawled in tho bed that night nn' tried to shako off thet misery in m' back, but, bless yer soul 'n liody, it wudn't be shuck wuth er cent, so in the mornin' the old 'ooman give me er with thet doggone ile, an' the ne.V thing I know'd the misery wus n rarln' 'round in mer stummick. I tuk a drum er licker cr slch a matter two er three times. Then the 'oio 'ooman up nn' 'low'd mebbo thet slycoon He wud do me sum good (she kin read a bit, but I can'O, so she taken titer red wrappln' paper frum erroun' the bottul an' hit sed sutnthin' like ths: 'Continner the op'rashin till the pain ceathesU' I axed her whut wus the meanin' of hit, an' she 'low'd thet op'rashin war the of it. So I doctor's word fur jis' then nn' thar pintedly grablx-- the bottul o' med'cln' an' drcened It at one swig an' when thet stuff lit atop o' the licker I had tuk hit felt like two er s soun's er three of these hyar cummin' together when the engine is of em down hyar to the then my inards decpo, an' jis took a liar. 1 jumped nine foot in the air an' cum down in er heap, like a chtmbly thet hed been blowed down by the win' an' thet licker un' thet ile wudn't mix no way I cud fix it-- I sashayed to the right an' swung cornders with the side o' the cabin, turned over an' spilt lye all over the mer dogs whar wus a lyln' under thar an' set 'em to howlln' like five hund'ed; made my way through the cur-ryi- n' d JOHN M. JOHNSON laal'andUMe for Assessor or Lincolu county subject to the action of the Democratic patty. Garrard Kngll'h and Classical -:- : College, Kentucky, DR. JOS. HAAS For males and females. : Hog & Poultry- Remedy - W. F. McCLARV Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Schools tor Lincoln County, subject to the action ot the Dertwracy. PjMiC Lancaster, 11 Sept th, ivj. Tho course Ni at seion ,l ttnchiug thorough, the buildings and grounds U3ed Successfully Fifteen Years. beautiful loatdedin thn College, In the town ml Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub ject to the action of the Democratic pattj 1. J. A. GIVENS I'rendent. TO THE LADIES. . expels oung ladies Will arrest disease, prevents disease, rates reasonable oung gentlemen boarded worms, stop cough, Increase the ilcsh and hastcu maturity, a the For fuilhiT Prices. $1.30, St 15 and so cents per package; .MILTON I LL1QT 1. can u 50 The largest packages ate I'or sale by cheapest. a Manlord, Ky 97- - r l will sell Millinery SPLENDID FARM DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the actien the democratic patty AT UNUSUALLY LOW;PRI0ES if For the rest ef the season Call and sa e money. A sple idl.l line ot Ladies' Under -- ear a.id Hosiery kept constantly on hand. MISSLICCIK IiF.AZI.KY, FOR SALE PRIVATELY. sell privately my .arm nf 300 acres, tsituat-e- d on the West side of tne lltiitonvillc & Dan sillepike, i, miles Irom Itustonv Ile and within a hall mile 01 the rail oid station of Mo eland, the fitm is in a splendid state of cultivation, well Improved with a dwell n ol 6 or 7 rooms, necessary outbuildings, including a good bin. and the About half ol the faim is sown In gra entire place is well watered and can be d vtded into cr 3 t arcels to suit the purchaser For parJ I' LAND, ticulars write to or call en, I will sy-i- G. W. DEHORD SunfoiJ.Kv. F. ELKIN, Commercial Hotel, JNO. BRIGHT r THE COFFEY HOUSE E. KENNEDY, JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. VJ 1 W.L.DAWSON, MILLINERY. JOHN BAILEY, , j7-- tl JOHN MERSHON Original Jellico Conl. 1 EM3IETT 1 box-car- TTw Millinery. post-offic- e Largest Best PETER ash-hopp- er r. sub-je- ct corn-patc- h s, T. NEWLAND, sub-je- Stanford, YEAGER YEAGER, n' hj-a- -- h F. NORTH, l.fK"' '""" mil til INSURANCE AGENT' . . . . Y, ririt-CU- ii 4"'' ..TMI HARVEY . r. well-wor- n .Th.e Slasltoa Houso, 1 "-". 0$ '! ,;P Fa m ?' - m ;v I . nji-ii- first-cla- n fnt-lai- ".' ,- T. J. HATCHER them Call. 11 claus-csattarh- l" The People of Stanford 1 . Administrator's Notice. v -..- SPRINGS. " VT Ham-Ho- T ;" j cr,n ln... .1 1 HANVFACrntl'D I 11 1 1 l: j THE RILEY HOUSE fc. e ".: 1 o, S l o J. Pro'r., Is Now Open for the ccil.onlGueKlis. " two-doll- y XTOTICE l-2- Reasonable Rates. H-o- ved ... water-millon-se- JOHN DcNARDI, 1 u" soap-Mtd- -. - The World's Fair Ronte from the South y ..ny-ld- 1 COME to SEE ME. 1 Pennsylvania V' short lines stgtBfet.j. Grocery : Business 11 white-livere- Complete in Every ticular. top-kn- ot ?mwm I w-im gu&&imMI w IL & S lirVH i.u&yate!Z. vPfv'-i-. V. first-cUs- s -- I ;&y ---i i doe-terln- : 9&P88i 43 oCnr dad-binge- d ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. fJk. rw -- $t if Sfi.a- -' M - i I nsurance Company icvw 1 J u n' y, BARBEE&OASTLEMAN n' lll HHST-CLAS- 3 -- ','.,. n "" wr . , I K.S. I iA1' .STANFORD, KY. : ?&&. 1 A-- J 'Vili in i iiiii in irfrdisfl SB.55gjfe .,. A rj--v- . s, ,. K- viafcfeaafeCJ: rmmmMimlgsmgtmm s ," - ..1 r ., . ., . y , . . , ;. ... fi i; 'r'"'l,1- - iil ..issM