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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893072701 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. JJSS, 1'v, Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxi. BOBBITT BECOMING A BEAU. LIBERTY. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY.. THURSDAY. JULY 27. 1893. DANVILLE. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. NO. 43 Anuu icai bchooi loruirlj. County court convened Monday. Squire DeBauu says ho is somewhat Somlon opftn Wednesday, Sept. Cth, 1S0.I, It Is thought that tho noiso that has again There was hut little businees before the of n tliresher Prepares or WelleMey. W. T. POYNTER. himself. He threshed been caused by the erection of the now in tho beautiful "Queen City of the court nnd but few in attendance. buahelsof wheat for W. I). Irvine buildings on the public square has drivMountains." Circuit court is now in The distiuguiihed historian, Hon.. in 12 hours. en nil the rats out of town. It is estisession with a full docket. Judge Clark'H F. Snith, visited our town Friday evenKnida, tho new in tho mated that more nails have been driven instructions to the grand jury was the ing and left Saturday morning. He was West Knd, has begun business with in tho building where tho old Opera most complcto nnd exhaustive I ever on business connected with the Intro- - John L. Powell as postmaster. Houbc stood than in all tho ships in the heard and created a grand impression ductton of hit) history'and but few knew Sparks from a locomotive set lire to British navy. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. upon au audience that filled the court that he was here until he left. some hay stacks on J. C. Caldwell's farm It is creditable to our people to noA marriage revival took placu last Sunday and destroyud house well nigh to bursting. Thursday property to tho tice a spirit of forbearance in the en1893. laat it was understood in Knox county week. Licenses were issued to ttie fol amount of $375. forcement of demands during the hard that I was on tho train bound for Pine-vill- lowing couples: Mr. W. H. Alstott to J. G, Brennan, an old citizen of times that are upon us. It this rule is Full corpi of Concrvtory anil Norms! School teachers. Superior counej in Literature, Muilc and circuit court and the most lovely Miss Nancy Cox; L. B. Duncan to Miss Mi'chellsburir, died of (lux. Charles E. adhered to tho crisis will soon pass away An. Excellent Ixjardln? department. Cataloguet and circular furnished on application. Thu following S. Parker, a Centre College student from and confidence being and beautiful lady of Barbourvillo not Georgia Ann Hafely. restored, business on the train to go with me to I'meville couples were from the Howling Fork sec New York, died on the IMtli of typhoid will revive and the country will resume case. tion: Mr. J. W. Keith to Miss Joau to hoar me in a celebrated murder fever. its accustomed prosperity. She discovered her mistake when she Brown, of Brush Creek; John Peck ran The tent meeting at Burgin has Collector Rodes passed thro' Lanarrived at Pineville und aa slio told tne away with Ellis Woods' daughter and closed after a continuance of 17 days. A caster Tuesday morning eu route from yesterday evening, was completely beat- they were married. Methodist church was organized with Danville to Richmond. Ho is looking Mr. George It. Jeeter requests your more than 2' members and about $1,000 well nnd is going slow en; had to procure conveyance to return. in his appoint But this was a small matter, her pos- correspondent to tender his sincere has been subscribed toward building a ments, with a view to securing good FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. sessions being, vast and fortune absolute- thanks to the church repair committee, church. men. Ho will, no doubt, make a faithmagnificent coun- Mrs. Lucy Stone, Mrs. bailie J. HumA SCHOOL AND HOME FOR GIRLS. ly princely. At her C. D. Portwood, dealer in clotlijnp, ful and efficient officer, ns ho has the try home, where I was invited to sup phrey, Mrs. Mary F. Whipp, Mrs. Mary gents' furnishing goods, shoes, etc., who ability to do so, and his high Good Faculty ; superior advantages; a beautiful and healthful location. Special course and tpeclil standing per yesterday evening, she asked me, K. Pierce and Mrs. Mattio McKoberts for has been in business in Danville for wherever known is a guaranty of his fit- inducements offered to those who desire to make teachers. Our aim is to make our pupils thorough The College has been recently refited, and a College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, TeUunaas, Charts, "Will you have honey, Mr. Bobbin?' tho courteous manner in which they some time, has made au assignment for ness for tho position. M. O. THOMSON, Principal. ij fitc.have been added. I replied. This morning overseed him while improving the church tho benefit of his creditors. Assets $V "No, Honey," Ed Walton was in town on Monday, same question. I said "I here. Ho says thu female bosses hero 500; liabilities 13,000. she asked the looking as happy as a big sunflowe- r.FOR. will change my monosyllable; 'Yes, Hol- are tho most agreeable bosses that ever flitting around among the peopld as enTo Teachersof Public Schools. ier.' " In each instance the table was bossed him. ergetically as a candidate for conetable, As Institutes will be in session from brought down. We met Haw k Wilkinson the mornand putting in his best licks for the StanWell, corn crops hereon the Cumber- ing after last Friday's Intkiuoh Joi knal this time till November, the following ford Fair. A fellow by the name of Byland are very tine; abundance of rain, a was received here and his handsome, section of the new school law is pub- ron onco wrote something of this sort: tine rain Saturday; considerable fruit and manly (eatuics were disturbed, and wo lished, since it differs somewhat from "Wer't the last drop in the well, the plum trees breaking down in tho could but infer that he was visiting the tho old iu its requirements as to wiiero As I gasped upon the brink, yards In spite of props. I never saw town to consult the highest legal coun- a teacher must attend Ere my fainting spirits fell, I 110. Every teacher of a common It's to Ed' I that would drink." them so full. I am proud of old Knox sel preparatory to ins king a move on and desperately in love with Barbour-ville- . tho Interior Joi'K.VAta worka for a re- school, including teachers of the graded Hot, hotter, hottest are tho wtrds I like a country where it rains in port about Ben Compton and Hawks common schools in cities of tho fifth that faintly describe the temperature of summer and snows in winter. H. 0. Wilkinson being sent to the Stanford and six classes who hold a State diplo- - the atmosphere. The prayers of the oucht to come up here, he could get a jail in default of $1 tine for jumping on a ploma, State certificate or county cer- wicked may avail but little, but why host of subscribers for the "cheapest and moving train at McKinney. .Nothing tificate, or who contemplates applying not try it by offering up a united petibeat." less than a $10,000 verdict can mend the for certificates of qualification to teach tion to Him Who causes the rain to de announce that I will lecture in rents iu his lacerated character, as he in the common schools, shall, attend tho scend upon the just and the unjust for a Please Friday night, sirject, claims that he can positively prove an full session of the institute iu his home copious shower to refresh the the earth and county unless he is teaching in another bring joy to the hearts of all who are Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. Ad"Law, and How to Win Law Suits; Love, alibi. It is known that thu State Board of county in which tho institute is yet to am promisR. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. and How to Win I)vers." dress. sighing for rain ? Ladies admitted Kquali7..ition added 11 per cent, addi- be held, or has attended the institute of "Oh, for a lodge in ed a crowded house. some vast wilderness, free and especially Invited. The "Belle tional to the taxes of real and personal a county in which he has a 'contract to Some boundless contiguity of Bhadn!" of Barbourvillo" an.l I will sup in state property here, uxcept town lota. Judge teach. If teaching iu a county other Tho first assault on the constitutionwhoso institute ality of tho local option law was made at the Anderson Hotel Friday evening Myers and County Attorney God bey than his home were appointed a committee to visit tho is yet to be held, he must attend the by the friends of temperance; now next. it is lei ture are to be authorities at Frankfort and have, if pos- full session of tho latter. ' Tho county said that the The proceeds of the people of applied tn cooling the temperature, pro- sible, the additional part reduced. While superintendent shall revoke the certifi- the lower part of the State are asserting cure lemonade for tho judge, bar and waiting for their turn the chairman of cate of any teacher who shall fail or neg- its unconstitutionality. Between two bystanders and to enable the lecturer to the board approached them and inquir-e- lect to intend the full session of the in- fires the law is having a ban! time. Alttieir grievances. On informing him stitute, unless the superintendent shall together iiibv it not be said of a In order to get out of town without having to skip truth their business he took them in another be fully satisfied that such failure was that thu new constitution bus cuused by the light of the moon. room aud examined their papers. He caused by actual sickness or other dis- more trouble to the people of Fontaine Fox Bobiiitt. the State then took their proofs into ttie room to ability. After the county institute has than anything of a public character that WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. tho rest of the hoard aud niter examin- been held, it shall be unlawful to grant has been before the public in the pres'Our business, we are daily selling at auction, when TlU'H ing them for about ten minutes returned any person a certificate to teacfi at any ent ccnturj'.' The thermometer stood at to the door aud announced to them tiiat time during that school year, unless the It is a noticeable fact that the literashade. day afternoon in the was proud to luiorm them that the 11 county superintendent shall be fully ry magazines of the day appear to have Hev. J. K. TVrry will preach at he pur cent, had been taken oil'. On the satisfied that the failure to attend the been converted, to a great extent, into Whetstone church next Sunday. they uotitled Miertll institute had been caused by sickness or mere advertising mediums. Harper's Prof. Steven has returned from a committee's return During the institute Monthly fo- July has only about 150 was in James Brausmu of the fact ami that he other disability. . A. Donham Northern trip. would be sain in making out his tax there shall he a suspension of such pages of reading matter and nearly 100 IOiiiville this week. redticpaces devoted to advertising nostrums. The supper wivn by the ladies of hooka accordingly. After much labor, schools hs are iu session, but nollUfll-lfl.This is the. .. .1 It Inn ui l... ir.iLuv.-- i n (Jill.. .If n...... ... ...., uuu uverviuiuj; lor ... UICu ail ....I.! n church Wednesday even with the aid of uu expert calculator, hir- nun Af win I...utll.'u cm.... all BllVertlSPr the Christian ed for the purpose, his books were com- on account of such suspension except as Js willing to pay. Tho reading is far ing was quite a success. provided. The time in actua1 low what it was in former years, and The Kentucky Lumber Co., has shut pleted. Tho county clerk and sherill until the proprietors can then received h notice from the State attendance upon the institute in days or w,,at is lacking iu matters of interest is lown its mill Don't neglect it, but come and be supplied almost dispose of the lumber they already have auditor that the 11 per cent, must be parts of days shall be accredited to tho attempted to he supplied by pictures added. It is now the duty of the State teacher if the institute bo hold during m08t 0 which need explanation to tell on band. Hon. K. I). Hid was in Louisville board t rise aud explain whether their thu session of his school. At tho close what they mean. In comparison with of bad faith on their of tho institute the county superinten- - the literature of the first half of the pres-dei net J. P Mahau returned from action was a shall utvo to each teacher or other enl centurv. the nerformanon nf mnai nf selling coal pii't, or merely a mistake somewhere. lt an extended southern trip may not be of much consequence to the person in attendance a ceititicate of the tM0 scribblers who manage to keep them-Friday night. Mrs. Holmaii and daughter, Miss board, but it is a serious matter to Mr. number of days or parts of days that the Belves before the public at present are of Louisville, who have been vis- BrHiisom, who lias to buy new books, teacher or other peraon had attended, sjnipiy ludicrous. it" ; estimated be that, hot as it was iting nt Col. O'.Mara'.s foraomo wouks, re- hire another ellicient aid aud do his work which certificate of attendance shall all over again this hot weather. wiui mo cnmnm... at least 100 horses anil vehicles passed ' turn uymuieacuer turned homo .Monday. of the board of trustees of tho district, through the nublic sonar in T.nn.!' Rev. Klisha Stephens and Miss ld.i A mono Tim Mountains. Tho best who shall make report thereof to the cister on Sunday last and this iu ut- were married at the hptue of Sweeney route to the Kuatern cities is via Cincin- -j county superintendent at tho time of ic-- 1 tor disregard of thecommandment which I)r. A. Gatlifl on the evening of July nati nnd the F. F. V. over the Chesa-- j porting tho school." siys, "The seventh da v is the Sabbath! Rev. A. S. Petry ollieiatod. ' peake & Ohio Kail way. The scenery I call your attention to the fact that of the i,oni tliy Go(J. it thou Bnnt not Hie Williainsbuigand Middlesboro through New Kiver canons and over the you longer required to publish ,i0 nny Work, thou nor thy son, nor thy After the first of July instead of selling goods on 6 months' time we base ball teams melon the latter grounds AlleKhany aud Blue Ridge Mountains is cthe proceedings in pamphlet form. This daughter, nor thy nun servant, nor! will present our accounts the 1st or 15th of each month, as suits the ,.!.,,. Tim tii'nri Rtood -- f It) I IU i ii,MIlw.ro. Thev will iriar wonderfully beautiful and varied. The is to be done in a locil paper, one copy tjiy cattje nor t,e Granger that is with-buyer. Our idea is to do a F. F. V. runs solid to New York via which you are to forward to the State jn tj,y Kfttes.M Again, "Whosoever gamo here soon. another Washington. It is electric lighted and The residue ol lees, after p.iyiug etn work thereon shall be put to death." Henry Johnson aud Wm. Liwsonj dining-car- . No other conductor and incidentals, must bo used jt j8 pail ol the carries a through daimed that these commandments but for convenience we extend the above time. We propose giving bad a dillieulty iu the eastern In which clubs train in;Aiuerie surpasses it and it is in ttie purchase oi dookb ior mo ivuiiui) jlftVe not been revoked and if not. what our customers the best croods and guarantee to sell vou Hardware. county Sunday ufternoon the only train to the Ktst with through this Kreator right exists for tho violation of Groceries. Otieenswarc. Woodcmvare. Tinware. &c. for less monev and rocks were used. Holli ot tne men dining cervice. Among the Virginia Teachers' Library. Kach institute year must elect two peisous to consti- - 0ne than the other? But why sermon- - than you can buy them anywhere on C months' time. Our explana- considerably bruised up. were . . . ... . . . . . . mountains along the Chesapeake & Ohio ......, ...111. .)... f1.n,,tt. v..,. Tl... ........ ...mi ......, simiirlllt.tli1imt. ':.... urn-m. ...v me piiui wm Hiiner an .1 1.0 me f nn :or mnkmrrt he chance is t Mat it taKcs too mucn monev carry on ., The Whitley County Union S. S. r j ours truly, Thursday are more than 'JO famous summer re- a Library Committee. same and the creature continue to defv our business on the 6 months time. Convention met at Lot last During the i3 months we have a ' l,ja sorts. A pamphlet issued entitled Kd I'ohtkiiTmo.mcso.v. Creator as he has always done in the nnd Friday. State Visitor Hoswell was been selling goods our sales have been much larger than we expected in Hlack and White," describes ,:.i'l)a8t' Man is a mighty "onsartin" was a pood attendance present. There ir and we are very grateful for the liberal patronage we have received. the discussion of tho these resorts, aud tho scenery of tho ' and an interesting meeting was held. We are also proud to say that our enstomers have been the very best route, anil will ho mailed; free by ad- States banking bill in Congress, some' infant son of M. A. Moore die Tho A KKDi'cnoNin World's Fair rates by people in the land and we arc sure we can make it to your interest to H. Pope, LSi) or "tf, John Randolph, of Passenger timo iu dressing K. Thursday and was buried in the Uriar the Queen it Crescent route. tho In addi- continue with us. We will continue to take Country Produce in ex Saturday morning. Mrs. Agent, St. Louis, Mo,, or O. H. Hyan, Uoanoko, who was opposed to Creek Cemetery Astistant General Puseuger Agent, Cinof thu bill which was intended to tion to the regular World's Fair Kxcur-siochange for goods at the highest market price. Thanking you for past Moore died about tho tirst of April when cinnati, O. rates we will sell excur- favors, we are Very Respectfully, establish a United States bank, said that the child was only a few days old, and it Nashville, Tenn., March (i, lh'JIt Tho ho had discovered perpetual motion sion tickets, good 15 days from date of BROS. lingered on in bad health until it died aa Stockton Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn., and that it was very simple, being the sale for return, at $0 less than tho reguIt gives me exceeding fact that above slated. Gentlemen: lar World's Fair rate. These tickejs are Tho Williamsburg Hank was never pleasure to speak of your Antiseptic, as good going via either Cincinnati or Paper makes money, I consider it something wonderful in the in better condition than at present. It wav of medicine. My old servaut, Al Money makes banks, Louisville. Through cars to Chicago, Hanks make poverty, has a paid up capital stock of $(10,000 and bert, who is 72 years old, was cry sick quick time, moat elegant equipment. Poverty makes rags, a surplus of $10,500; real eetato 55,000; with rneumonia, complicated with Be Hiire and take the Queen Crescent Hags make paper, 15,000, besides notes due from in- Heart Trouble and Dropsy. I called in bonds Route. For rates, schedules, Bleeping makes money, Paper dividuals aud accounts from other banks my family physician and gave him every car reservations, etc., call on any agent Money makes banks, No one need be attention, but tho doctor linally told me amounting to $25,000. of tho K. T. V. .t G. Railway, Queen that there was no hope and tho only And so on for ever and ever. nfraldto trust his money in it. The thing that could bo done whs to mnko it Crescent Route or Louisville SouthLieut. Lucion Young, of the United ern R. R , or 1). G. K J wards, (1. P. deposits amount to $ (5,000. him comfortablo until the end. At this A., financial circle in this section point I decided to give him Stockton's States navy, has been distinguishing Cincinnati, Ohio. The Friday by tho Antiseptic, ua it seemed to be perform- himself some more, this timo by making was somewhat disturbed New stock, styles and shades. was others. Spring Humors and Eczemas 1th of July Hank of Jelllco. ing almost miracles forevery three It closiug of tho Citi.ena hours n spirited and luminous regular doses went up given in fever began to decrease from the speech at Honolula, which Minister are caused by microbes in tho blood. Bug-Ilgi- es and the Mr. J. W. Slier, ol this placo, s Tako Stockton's Antiseptic; it kills miinvestigation of tho books first dose and n decided improvement Blount did not quite like. Young nnd made au the says tho assets was noticed the tirs day. In three days with him on his travels a jaw that crobes and cleansesown blood of all imfor the depositors and purities. It is your the lia- he was sitting up and in a week ho was never wearies and a gall of most prodig. sutler or allow your littlefault now if vou ones to suller amount to about $15,000, while Ready Mixed Taints, While Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, Ho back at hit work as usual, and is regainious dimensionjj. Owensboro Messen- when Stockton s Antiseptic will euro it bilities are ouly about $31,000. ing his Btrength very fast. 1 conscienso quickly. A. R. Penny, Druggist, StanmanageLandrcth's Garden Seed at tiously believo it saved tho old man's ger. thinks it will, with judicious depositors their full life. The O. fc O. will give an excursion ford, has it. Respectfully yours, ment, pay all of its Fuank Seaiuuht, The shop of nn undertaker in Candela-ria- , to Old Point Comfort August 0. Tickets claims. -!No. f) Noel UlocK. 55 9 from LexNov., bears the following sigu: "You will bo 12 for tho round-tripatient dead For sale by A. It. Penny, Druggist, A Chicago doctor shot a Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. kick the bucket. We do tho rest." ington. New. Stanford. his bill. when ho refused to pay Interior journal.) Dariiourvu.!.s, July JS. I am I To the Alitor 2,-2- iinlfflU SHELBYVILLE, KY.-- An Kngliih and Clais-n sixty-ntnt- post-ollic- o Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 5th e SustonvillQ. Z7. Fancy (jroceries,Bread,CakesTFies Candies, Lunches.Fruits, &c, CALLONR.ZIMMEB THE BAKER. A Good Meal for 25 Cts. court-hous- e 1 cor-nty-, AT AUCTION. n - - Goods Are Literally Given Away. - II .. I 1 , i Chance of Your Lif 3. Without Money & Without Price. STEPHENS & KNOX. -- 1 ' Ji-shi- I 1 Read This and Profit by CASH ZBTTSXIsriKISS, i t ;" an-n- - i j of j 1 11 I "Vit-gini- """ "--"-" jj ani-Duri- 1 Wi-ster- pas-sag- o n first-clan- s McKlNNEV SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL PAPER HLMfflE car-rie- Carriage and Decorative Faints for and Household use. .-- Wo Bo McMDBERTS a - iV' ''. i Mr. Gunn, of Lhui, O., who went off Tub statement Is sent out from Washington that not n Kentuckian has filed an with ?3,.)00 of other people's money, will application for olliee for fivo weeks. The not bo discharged by the court, not, at Kvery man who least if it can lay its hands on him. JHD3 reason in obvious. Stanford. Ky., - .IqiA- 27, hud tiled his papers beThe amount of silver of tho coinage wants an olliee fore. standard that should be put into a dollar in order to make it of market value W. P. WALTON. NEWSY NOTES. equal to a gold dollar is nbout 730 grains. The Mitchell Bank at Milwaukee Thieves broke into the Millcrsburg with 31,(100,000 of tho city's money has We postollice and robbed the eafe of ;300 in Goods before suspended and the city will also have to money and stamps. so .Low bound- to .lohn Sullivan, a brakeman, was kill suspend. The liabilities of tho bank are op f'),000,000. ed in a wreck on the L. & X. at grand jury indicted Col. F. C. The Hill Tuesday. Thk Georgetown Time? and the RichA ins worth, Chief of the Record and PenR. I). Renaker, aged 71, stabbed an mond Register are patting each other on named George Crouch to sion Division of tho War department; the back and saying "what bully boys George W. Dant, contractor employed are we," because they set all the matter death at Berry, when he assaulted him. to make tho excavation for the electric Silver continues to decline in price. they print at home. At the name time light plant; Win, K. Covert, superintena, We to close they advertise their old fogyism. Both Fifty thousand ounces were purchased dent, and Francis Sasse, engineer of the 1-- 2 - by the government Tuesday at (!'). S 1-oc, Ji the American Pre6S Association and Kelbuilding, holding them responsible for c, logg's Newspaper Union furnish better cents. Preferring death to punishment for tho old Ford's Theatre disaster of June matter at lower prices than the average o; G5c, 0 last, in which 23 persons lost their country editor has facilities for getting an alleged indiscretion, Miss Lutio Les- Hvps and a large number of others were Vests one up, besides their service enables the ru- lie, of Seymour, Ind., kil'ed herself with injured. go to ral press to put on city airs not other- arsenic. At Huntington, Ind, two youths 5c. in. fln.li.nnri.11. (in A bir Cale. On.ti.iid ninth, Up to the present time nearly 0,000,-00- 0 wise obtainable. After a Van Winklian Harvey and Uousouoluer were 2") people hsvo attended the World's named sleep of 20 years, Bros. Bell and Green 5 Oc. out hunting and finding game scarce, bewill probably awake to the fact that they Fair. This is considerably below expecwe vut, 5ue, worth, Line gan to amuse themselves by firing into a have been entirely left out of the proces- tations. powder magazine. The explosive was Dick Hall, the noted moonshiner sion and will begin to try to catch on to ignited by a ball from their ritle aud a what the more progressive publishers and murderer, was killed on Klkhorn terrible scene followed, Harvey and 11 now recoguize to be a good thing. Wake Creek, in Pike county, by John Wes Householder were blown across a river , m ' , wrv . mmjmmtj mwm ? "B J"?' - J fellows. The days of printing Belcher. up old head severed from his and each had his An Ohio Valley freight tram was columns of old, impracticable household "77' 7 7 J? 7 7 S19 j? 77 j i body, two other persons were killed and t t qo or coso receipts and other such stuff belong to wrecked near Morgantield, Ky., and the two more fatally injured. engineer, fireman and head brakeman wool $o, 6; wool the dim and misty past. were killed. See down, to we FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. More than 12,000 people saw Miss MaThe Pennsylvania railroad avsteni is $1-1- . We we mie Walker and Charles Thompson uni- said to have decided to substitute the For Sale. GOO bushels of nice white Line of ted in marriage at Kansas City. The telephone for the telegraph Seed Rye. Bright Ferrell, Stanford . We give ceremony was performed in a balloon in the operation of its lines. .shoe For Sale. Southdown Sheep, both and the fanciful couple left at once for A of the Con- sexes, from one to three years old. J. E. , Bob Breckinridge, son we the little stars and sailed around the gressman, is making a "rep" as a very Bruce, Stanford. Give moon. This was all very romantic and bad boy. He got into another ugly Many are wondering what Nancy he aquatic fowl of the genus anBer was scrape and came out second best the oth- Hanks' record will be at the close of the assuming a very altitudinous position er day. season but tlie majority think it will not when love's happy dream had a rough A pneumatic tube connects Paris be lowered". The balloon descended with Berlin. It is used for postal pur awakening. For Sale. Southdown bucks, bred A. precipitately and lodging in the top of a poses and makes it possible for a letter from the best herds of Kentucky, such as there, where the couple mailed in Paris to be delivered in Berlin McGrath, Davenport, CIny and Fishe- rtall tree stuck is holding down thN place was forced to remain in the hot sun for in t -- : last buck used premium buck at Lexing-- , minutes. niehts. Mr. Tom Miller and daughter?, several hours, and where they came to Bank Examiner Lazen, in charge of ton Fair. F. Reid. Misses Mainland Grare, have returned the conclusion that after all the safest the six suspended national banks of of the Pacific The Klder Joe Ballon preach-- , Ki'n:kkn-ck.nto Lancaster is place to marry and take an excursion W. A. Slavma-kcr- , PLiJJ Denver, dcclareo that all of them haye elope are making such a rush to export ed here Sunday. Dr. J. M. Williams, of A. G. Huflmnn, J. C. McCIa on terra firma. sufficient assets and will re- the grain, in order to obtain money more than Louisville Hospital, is here visiting ry, J. W. lciin, J. W. Wallace, that the question of procuring ships the folks. Mr. Jeese Alverson, of Rich- Louisville Post sayB it does not sume in time. The home John Ncwlami, J. N. Mcncfcc, K. becoming serious one. Revolutionists shelled the far the "evil eye" which Mr. Wattereonj Mauagua, in Nicaragua, for threecity of enough is M". Bakerasold to Win, More-lan- mond, visited one of our mountain beau-- ' G Waller, Win. Rice. W. C. Ab-beGeorge hours ia said to possess, and which withers evlast Sunday. Judge .McOiuro anil T. H. Meals, . K. Wearen, 100 pounds, at ties A shell burst 10 hogs, averaging on the morning of July 23. ery mother's son of an editor, who dares Williams attended a trial forkn- - MUl W G. Kancy. A. J. Karp. in United States Minister Baker's house, tie; to M. F. Klkin 2 heifers at 3c aud to C.C. to say aught against him. But all the kluxing in the Glades Monday. The can- R. H. Cooper n sow and nigs for 520. He Mr. print the great but no one was hurt. eame Editor Knott wont also attended en The internal revenue collections in also sold a yoke of oxen for J7" and a didates a cry one guaranteed. Special family, of Livingston, when he writes of him. editor's name Mat Debord and for the year ended June ."0 bunch of stock hogs atoje. inducements now ofTercd. The Post man may not be superstitious, Kentucky visiting Mr. Dave HendeiHon this larger than for the , About 200 cattle were on the Win are but he doeB well to remember the fateof were nearly $5,000,000 week. Miss Mollie Burdett. of previous fiscal year. I lie collections in chester market, Monday. Nine hundred of Mrs Judge those who who have been lost in the has been the H. WEAREN & CO. to 1,000 pound steers brought 3J to 3U; the State were j20,tlS,S20.3(J. maelstrom of Mr. Watterson'e McClure. Mrs. Angio Clark has been; . .' baa been placed lighter steers, 2J to '3r, i00 and The Erie Railroad so to speak. quite ill. Mr. Other Swinney hn loratin the hands of a receiver. Its credit heifers 2 io'lc. The were 1.000 moun ed at Meadville, Mo. THK lmST PLACK TO 15UY The editors of the Williamsburg Times had been savagely attached on Wall St., tain ewes on the market. The pick bold and the London'Echo are showing what Hnd the receiver was appointed in order at 32.25 and the remainder at 31 uO, Fetter's Southern Mag.me for An f each. Democrat. little they know about the finances in to preserve the property intact. mist is out with a most attractive table Baugtiman A Co. have bought contents. The leading article on Audu J. II. controversy, which a Tripiete were born to a woman at grows hotter as the weather grows more Yyack, Y. Y., a few days ago. The chil about 20,000 bushels of wheat, at an av- bon, by Gen. Basil W. Uuke, is uneiy torrid, causing their readers to llee drentwo boys and a girl were joined erage of 52c, paying from IS to 00c for it. written and beautifully decorated Cheap to the Mountains of Hepsidatn, where by a ligature precisely like that which They are now paying 50c, though they money schemes and legislation are rethe woodbine twineth, preferring to united the Siamese twins. The lived 7 have several crops engaged some time buked in the Hon. Flournoy RiverV ago and not yet delivered, at 55c. Mr. Hketch of "Andrew Johnson and the her the whangdoodle morn for its ru hours only after birth. All new stock and latest designs. of ignorance to the exhibition Frof. Longden, of DePauw Universi- G. C. Givens sold them 500 bushels at Banks" a theme fruitful of tood results up for their supposed de ty, Ind., was attacked and severely bea- that price, financial uoetruins and weekly dished in this period of lectation. panaceas. The number is beautifully ten by John O'Hair, a student who had MT. VERNON, R0GKCASTLE COUNTY. and profusely illustrated by some of the failed to pass the recent examinations. ilThkke more Louisville banks, the O'Hair claimed Wal- - leading artists of this country of fine Messrs. Win. Weber and Toles that the professor had Merchants' National, the Louisville DeAugust numlace have returned from a fishing excur-ion- . lustrators. Altogether the circulated false reports about him. posit and the Fourth National, suspendber of Fetter's Southern Magizine markh A Chinaman named Johns, living at ed Tuesday, making five in all to do so. Henry Gentry was badly hurt n onnoli in .Southern literature in the Mr. Each claims that the withdrawal of de- Akron, O., has been found guilty of Monday by a large piece of lumber strik- Southland. running a den for the purpose of ruining posits and the failure to get outside aid ing him in the chest. ine caused the suspension which will be young girls, aud the citizens will likely To Chicago via the ikks. The Aid Society will give a lawn temporary. Directors and stockholders take the matter in their own hands and fete one greatest trip to the greatest fair on earth evening during the Teachers' ride. Detroit to Chicago will be paid in full, they all say, but swing the rat eater into a speedy eternit- Institute, which convenes Aug. 1. and a ygrandest palace steamers on the the deponents saith not. when, Great interest was manifested in the in the Senator Joe Blackburn defended a scenery. Returning College (juestion last Saturday and eev- - Lakes. Picturesque The "graduates" of the Keely cure are man charged with murder in Owen counfrom Chicago direct, all rail, or you can subeciiptions weie seho proud of their relief from the terrible ty last week and the fellow was let off eral additional go to Chicago by rail and return via the OI KVKRY DKSeRUTION. cured. thralldom of the whisky curse that they with a life sentence'. If the Senator had Lakes and Detroit. Berth and meals inMr. Andrew Baker, the preseut have formed a National League to meet talked to the jury half an hour longer it and Chicago. Call and see will cluded between Mackinac them before buying Kvry thing in the grocery line is thought the man would have been county superintendent of schools, fraternal reunion anddis-cuonce a year in Round-trirate from Cincinnati $21 30 for Squire will be a candidate for sale cheap. -, i experiences, their hopes and hanged. Owenshoro Messenger. furtheir For via Toledo and boat 30c lee.for the nomiaimB. The next convention will be in Pension Agent Walton has i'J7,7o3 Hammond is his opponent ther information ask and C, II. A D. R Music Hall, Cincinnati, .Sept. 12, and it tied up in the Kentucky National, but nation. R. agent, or address K O McCormiek, Representatives of the republican G. P. & T. A.. (J . II. & I). R. f . Cincinis expected that 10,000 graduates will be he desires it known that the pensioners iu attendance. need not he alarmed because of this fact, party met at the court house Monday nati, O. II. 11. KING. C.roKOK II. I'KKWITT. a he has plenty of money at his com- and decided to hold a district convention "My hllle boy wai very bail oil fur two month", Jellico Advance tersely tells this mand in New York city und 12 to determine who should be wilhilurrhui Wc uef vnou iiu'.lkira., jIui The there will Aug. t jIIhI In two doctor, liul nothing done him an tale of how the law enforcers there be no delay in the payment of pensions. their nomiuees. Colic, Cholera e um?d IhainberUIn' KOO.I until We are in receipt of an invitation to and Diarrhea Kernly, which cai strain at a gnat and pwollow a camel. Farmer Lai kin Delph, of the vicinicormder it Um bot cured him and MORELAND, KY.. "Jump ofT the train and pay in 10. Sell ty of he present at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. medicine toon rnd can comcientiounljr made Anderson, Ind., got scared about We have opened up a nice line ol a box of blacking on the Sabbath, 57.10. G. I). Brownlie, Fast Bernstadt, on the (cine it to all who need a diarrhea or colic medso a and exa J b Hare. Trenton, the financial condition of his bank and Sell liquor on Sunday, go fre. Kill a they celebrate the 25th cent bouleifor ale by W. li. McKobertu, Slan drew out his balance of.'SoOO and sewed 2Sth, when lord. man nruai M!oW. Slll'll llflVH l)PtIl Mild of their marriage. .A.n.'nftl.pm arotliH existing laws ol k UP in btJ(1 tick- His wife concluded A fishing party, consisting of Mr. Now Try Thts ,0 Put new 8traW in t,l ed Utld did ho. ... "W . r., nin,-,- l - tn tnlH , w. It will com you nothing and will surely do you and Mre. Willis Adams, Misses Leatha UUI Mie burned the old straw and the j."00 pood you have a coiih,cold oranj trouble v.1111 nr.. . . . 4 Cook, Maggie and Bessie Adams, John throat,if chest or luuu ...i. ior intse goocis .Douglit them where we could get Kuitt'a New Unlivu ..:.i apui tuhii r. .i ,,.uu Louisville bank has been went up in the flames. Another K. T. Fish, went ery for Consumption, Cough anj Cold i rmik D. Miller, and A. J. and the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots to Hive rebel or money will be paid A mob attacked the armed guards at forced to the wall, the City National. to Rockcastle river, near Dillion, Mon- Sulfereri from l.a (Jrippft found it just the thing which enables us to make very low prices. ' Salt and under it ue had a speedy and perlect ricovThe drain of deposits and the failure to one of the Kaunas mines and were re- day, to remain several days. Si. 70. I; crv i cici,.c .,u Miss Lizzie Myers has opened up Dress Making over our Irvaamtiejustuowe rooiI ourthing n i Tri obtain assistance, together with the loss pulsed after a lively fusillade. A large a how store and Four prinoners escaped from the Mt. learn for yourself at resulting from Pope's defalcation, a year force of negroes has been engaged to Vernon jail at 0 o'clock Saturday night. al bottle freeand A i K Tcniij-'- drug store. Larue invites her friends to give her a call. J sire 50 cents Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. Wc will save vou or two ago, from which the hauk had take the pla'je of strikers and storkados How they did it is yet unexplained. J money. recovered. As iimial it is said have been erected to protect them. Kiev-enever Specimen Cneoti. Lackey, a darkey, who was impris te" We are opening up a .splendid line of Millinery. S Clilforil, New Cassel, Vn , was troubled companies of militia have been that depositors will be paid in full, but oned for "totin' " a pistol, gave the alarm with IINeuralgia and Khciiinatitiii , Ills stomach d to the scene and the situation is as we shall see what we shall see. to jii alarm-inwas.ilficted soon as he discovered what was up, v,.i disordered, hi litir away aud he wan terribly dfc decree, appetite fell critical. but too late to catch the birds. Howev- reduced in flesh aud strength. Three, tattle n Hopkinsville Ken-- I ,m Thk editor of the him. iiie Pennsylvania Companv has er, two of them were found at their Electric Hitters curedll.irrisburv,', llliu tiickianeayB he is eating ripe grapes made arrangements KtUard Shepherd, in conjunction with homes the next morning, preparing to runtiliiK r.re on 12 of eiht j ears' Mainlfrom his own vineyard and cantaloupes the L. & N., to carry an ine Used trim- bottles of Klectnc Hitter and immense crowd return to jail. The other two escaped. k,een boe of llucUen's Arnica Salve and his from his garden. If Meacham wasn't a of colored people from TennpssM When the door iK is sound and well' John Speaker, Catawba, doctor sore (J., i)n of a preacher and somewhat of n Kentucky to the World's Fair and mul Kstler was released. found to bjail open, sud had live large feer One on hi let;; Kleilric bottle ol he w.i incurable the was examined it was preacher himself, we would have to take lirnt excursion from one box llucklen' Arnica Salve ri c Hitler and Nashville will be with tho bolt of the lock thrown as if the cured him entirely bold by A Penny. dniK In Square or round top, zinc or canvas; the cantaloupe cum grano salis, if we given August 21. About 10,000 per- door had not been pulled far enough in- Sit all. took it at sons have already been secured. Very to the casing when the jailer closed up IIlBh Uvlnjc are wars and rumors of ware in low rates are to be given. for the night. It is not yet known Thkke It you keep at it, i apt lo tell upon the liter The authorities at Memphis are so whether the prisoners were aided from The things to prevent thi are Dr Pierce' the Old World, but the end is not yet. Pellet. 'lake ne of Ihevj little Pellets for a may involve outraged ovor the barbarous cruel tfea tho outside. The France and Siam war cornctiveor genth laxative three for a cathartic. Andeasiest lake, Mr. W. J. Sparks and family have They're the smallest, the way tothey act.ptmsnntpM the leading nations. It ia an ill wind practiced oujtho negro hung by a mob 'I hey do and most natural in ConstipMion, indigestion, that blows nobody good. America will there Saturday night that an effort to returned from a visit to Richmond. Mr. permanent good or bilious headache and bit. sick none of tho sinews of war, but punish the officials who permitted the C. O. Williams and wife have returned lous attacks, the liter, stomach and bowels are furnish capture of tho jail, the policemen who from the World's Fair and express prevented, relleted and cured. They're guaranshe can feed 'em for many a year. teed to witnessed the burning and the men who themselves as'welllpleased with the trip money is give satisfaction in every case or your returned. In canvas, rubber or leather. Gkovkii is still off fishing with the ras- composed the mob. The sheriff has been Maurice Brown is now night operator at 'Die wnrst s of Chronic Catarrh In the head to a;'s Catarrh Krmeily. for au incals enjoying the usufruct that belongs Bnspentied ami bench warrants have SinkB. T. L. Heston is copying nights in yieldthat Dr. makers offer 500 rcwarl So certain Its is It been issued for members of tho mob. to the boys in the trenches. dispatcher's office at Rowland. W. J. curable case. Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal CASH BARGAINS! SEE WHAT COLD CASH WILL DO. - OR S PAGES Mul-drangh- 'a tiie crowd ana. secure some must and will clean out every dollar's worth of Summer conquer, cola weatlier sets in. prices" are fall in line with the most Bargains ever offered. have nice line of Challies on hand yet worth and 10c; Persian, Mulls 12 and Joe, wort 20c worth 20c; India, Linen Shirt Waists in white and 25c; Lawns at 12 at 50c, worth 75 Satteen Shirt Waists at 50c and worth $1. Ladies' 5c, worth 10c, and a better at 10c, worth double the money. The largest line of light and fancy Calicoes ever brought Slahford, all at line of Bans' Waists Per mul ijb have just received dozen Shirts with Laundered at 2jc, worth uouars ana uujs tna,i will in me sate at $. uur out at oc l-2- nI I 1V1 jj lvl Fi rf A A long-distan- ce or uiouuuq. ire can worth sell you a light Suit for and all Suits j, worth half one of our suits have marked double the money. $8, worth arc headquarters. can sell you a nice Derbu Hah For Hats shoes ij unsurfor 30, worth $:.j0, in light and darli colors. Our yon a boi's plow can passed both in Ladies' and Men's. at nice shoe for Men worth 3.0. in act, 7c, worth $1.2. can give us a call before buying. yon shoes at any price. juusl reijaraiess w maito room lilill j'au trl 'Wfl li New-com-b 3-- j wheat-grower- s THE LOUISVILLE STORE. I'RBAXSKV, Proprietor. VAPOR STOVES. J I TOSJfr & . d BnTSlHL-- . rri SSKwWga ma-.s- e. 1 Parks-ville- W. 700-lb- - long-drawn-o- Wall A. Paper ! liret-bo- R. PENNY. BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, THE BEST MADX. 1 1,000-mil- e WATER : COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. m p ( l 1 KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, recoin-men- d 1 anui-yersar- y ' Dry ! I - ., 'r Ruar-antee- d - s Ks-tl- er n n or-dj- g I 111 - 11 tk,xjjstk:si VAM8ES TELESCOPE Oa -- KI1TG PREWITT. 1 Plea--a- ca-c- -- H. J. McROBERTS. " ' .. .r I - r-- 5 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal GEOLOGIST BILL July 27, 1893 NOT EVERY MAN IS FARM t Stafford, Ky that I did know better what his future that ho intends to surround mo and thus plana were than I do. compel me to sell? This country la full of hounds not the Possibly I KNOWS WHAT HIS foxhound of Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, But I will not yield. I am liko a colbut tho plebeian hound with a scalded ored man whoso little farm still stands MADE' OF. back, dur feuds hero are oa deep and abiding as they nro anywhere, bnt they nro not bo fatal. Vendettas fight each other by scalding each other's hounda with a dish pan of hot water. Theso hounds hnvo long, looao ears hanging nt tho sides of their faces and giving them a look liko tho method among ladies of combing tho hair prior to tho war. '1 hoy tho hounds hnvo a yelp that nonnds in tho distant forest liko a baby elephant with membranous croup. My horso is attracted by that cry and takes mo with him to sco what it is. Most generally I do not ndhcro to him, but when I get thero my clothea are mostly injured, and Virginia creepers and poison ivy stream out from my neck liko vegetablo boas. Tho hounds nro found trying to ascend a black gum treo for n katydid that they havo treed. Onco wo found them just as they had overtaken a little mammoth black hornets' nest nnd wero in full cry. This horao would givo a man health, 1 think, and take his mind from his other troubles. Visit Aahcville, Mount Mitchell, Dlack Mountain, Duck Shoals, and other summer places. Ride blithely o'er tho leo or go tooting along tho liquid boulevards from Piggy Back to tho Dismal Swamp. You will feel renovated nnd gay. In tho mountains you will etop over night with n yeoman who lives plainly, surrounded by his 17 children. Tho girls aro somoof thorn 7 foot high nnd sleep in their sunbonncta. A young foreigner tried to kiss a moun years old and of tain girl souio 10 or tho above height. Sho did not know what tho custom was among tho nobility, bnt sho reckoned it wasn't a common thing among strangers in tliat settlement, so sho broke down nnd drovo into tho ground a Inrge. beautiful lilac bush with him. Somo of the) merry little mountain maids chew tobacco nnd chop wood in tho forest, toting it home on their shoulders as they gayly carol somo nocturne from Tick-town 'O NYl at 3 fruzjm? W. P. WALTON. THE : WORLD'S cc : FAIR, AND AMERICAN RAILWAYS. tin IS the fielJ ti carrj everybody from the South WorM's Kalr St Chlco.lNo part of the country It left uncirej for by tlui great and ita connections. TheJ Through Car l an admirable epoi,lon ol ,ne or American jrailroading- - From Through Sleeping Cars run daily, Orteaus and evening, carrying iti passengers by Cincinnati or Louisville, at they may adect. From Shreveport, VlcUburj and Jackson anoih-c- r Through Slipping Car Llae coasea to Join and become a part ol the magnificent Watibulod Through Traini. which, paaslnf through llirru Ingham and the famout Willi Valley of Alabama, It joined at Chattanooga by thejtralnifrom Jacksonville, r'la., Ilrunswlck land Atlanta, lie., over the K.T. .V A ti, K y ana pructeus umw the biautlful,.Cinclnnati Southern, through the grandest natural acsuery amd moil attractive historical cosatry lu the world, to Oakdtle, wtrnt another magnificent I'ullman Car la received, coning from, the Richmond 4 Danville ay.Ura M. C , from Charleston, S C, through Columbia, the beautiful French llioad country, and Aahvtlle' S, C , and Knoiville, Tenn The time to Chicago it maJe o at to allut J the moil convenient hourt for departures from the principal ciliea and arrlls in Chicago I'aawagers can purchate lickett good over one line n. tlh ol the river, and returning via another if they detlrea variable route without ettra charga. Or they canje.0 via llnciuneli, letBrmng via lAultvtlle, o vice vtrta. ItounJ trip ticket on tale atj reduced rates. rcnem iiwuwi lurcn running tht "Pineal Trains "ti;thinwii South, in remote outlines of my grounds warning nil trespii88ers. hunters, peasant jwaclicrt and tho general hoi polloi and sans culottes from trespassing, and from tracking my game preserves around over tho place. Ono of my quail was shot last season, and tho other naturally went away. We also lost wveral whito rats. We think it was tho work of an incendiary. off cspo-daily Hut WIIIIhih Doe- a- rillluu mi Iretiouae In One .Day Something About the North Cnroll nit HmintU VWItliic n Mountain, eer Nye Will Nat Vlrlil to VnnilcrhlU. ICopyrmlit. lien, by Kdgnr W. Nyo.J Pkk Wkk Ciiatkaux, N. G, July. I linvo just boor. pottting notices at the in tho center of Mr. Vanderbilt'a first purchase and who refuses to sell for 1,000 times tho value of his littlo place. "This has always suited mo," ho goes on to say, "and hit allers will. All my neighbors hez sold out and went oil, but I'zo know'd all kinds of pooplo and nover quarreled with em, and unlosa Mr. Vanderbilt ia a mighty qua'lsomo man I kin get along wid him. I ain't pertickler." Jccy Twos the good ship Abana. Sho sailed from far Dundee and sighted off tho Qeorgo'a shoal a whale upon her leo. Tho whale waa heading to tho north and spouting fast and free. Tho Bkipper said, " Tia July Fourth, and I can plainly see that ho most bo a Yankee whale now to bo, for all tho Yankee orators aro sponting samo as he." The whale moved farther northward in an easy, Yankeo style, and there gleamod upon hia countenance a broad, offensive smile, and tho akipper swore, "I'll run him down before I go a mile." Tho whale, ho didn't seem to care a continental sneeze, but kept right on his northward course as easy as you plcaso, until tho British steamship's prow cut through his starboard side, and then thero was immediately a lowering of his prido, nnd likowise of tho whalo himself, for down ho plunged so deep that ho must have wakod the mermaids that on tho bottom sleep. All bloodlosa to tho surface he shot up in awhile, nnd thero was much derision in hia 15 fathom smile, but there waa moro derision in hia flukes that waved about, nnd fathomless derisiou in his patriotic spout. On sailed tho ship Abana and got bore yesterdny, and the British skipper says that this is all ho has to say. NowY'ork Sun. Knotting Herself. When n quite youthful and much petted dnmsel named Ruth goes away from homo without her mother, sho is sometimes unmanageable, nnd always on her return is interviewed as to her deportment while absent. On a recent occasion after around of visits sho had made with a certain doting nnd indulgent Ruth was asked tho customary question ns to whether sho had been n good girl. "Well," sho replied deliberatively, ns if carefully balancing tho evidence, "I was a pretty good girl, I think only kicked at my grandmother twice." New York Tribune. rel-ntiv- Tale of b Whale. yfi&.AJ tot ifaratod &-t?z-t- k u,. H AHl ronpioocM I V IJfe y&m C&tti CUce - z' ce&faaizii &aei kGZZ TTt&vuoc- 'JlLfsA.sJ? r &as&e&L. ar yfe faxjzjfx& j cbt AjL6&vL4Ze.- Agenltofthe fhicigo n looking up t llnelllon Irequrat attUi for vif.l- - or accommodation! devta to deterve the praise and patronage of the traveling public hai been 'provided Any of the y Ageulaof thecompanles nimed below wlllchrer-fullall pottible information u.l inuUace: gie Orleans, La. I. Hardy, K. l Gatratt, Ne Vicksburg, Miss J R. McGregor, llirmlngham, W I) Ala K.T Charlton, ("haltanoogt, Tenn. li. I'.dwaida, JTKy , or lunetinn iS.'Clncianatl, O. ort to the Kalr. Kvirythiag that an almott peiftit lyatrmcan JAMES o HUSTON VILLE, KY., F1TI 4 SolMtlflo f Aaerleu ....!. li l. ... .IF YOU ARK GOING .. .. . - NORTH THE WEST, Louisville It the mm line for you, ai It NasMVilli R. H, Double Daily Train Make clnte connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all pomtt. TitROUGHrricKKTS THROUGH IIAGOAGK For any informsilnn e.iqulrr of JOKS HICK. Agent, Ky Stanford, Mf W. W. PKNN.Trav Pass Agent. Junction C ty. Ky sold. CMKCKKD kjW I Horfolk Western R R -- Schedule June 4, 11 V LKAVK NOIUON DAILY m for Graham. Illuefteld, Pocahontas 11.05 anlall atationt Flat l"o( and 1'iHahonUa Divii .,... "" UJ u lc. U "' muenii'j, P I" l.yuchburg, Klchmotid and Noilolk. Sleeping Cart liom lllueficld ta Norloll and )t.tr.ird. alto from Lynchburg to RUIimond Traini lor rocahnntai, l'ohatan and Goo.n. will leave lllueficld daily at 6 i'a m,J jo a m, i 05 el p iinnil jot p in n daily lot Leave lllui'Tield 6 a m and v Keuova and Coluinbut, O , ChUa aSn d all pointt nn S jo p m train lor Chi Writ. I'ullman leeier cajo. Arrive Coluijilhia 8 4 P m and V So a m. Additional traina fur Welch and Intermediate tUliont on Flkhorn leave llluefirld 5 03 p m dai A .....,... n'i ru .Norinx So have just had my farmer in chief, assisted by my geologist, go out and joat Uio entire tract of country and instructed tho lodgekeejwr to see that all iwrsons entering the wicket are correct in tho aunual pnsswoids, ex)!auntions and signals, and tho gardener is required to that all present nro qualified to remain. Last season I set out a number of canvasbuck ducks, but they wero not familiar with my lxmndaries, and there-forgot on another plantation. I heard afterward about their having company over there, but it did not get through my head about tho ducks till day before yesterday. My geologist has lwen of great use to me. Ho has reduced tho pitch of my farm from to No man should try to farm iu the Blue IUdt;o mountains without a knowledge of geology or without soiiio ono on the farm ho U thoroughly conversant with this science. My farm ii mostly pliocene, post pliocene and retene. I learned this while digging my well the farm projH-rhowever, lio tho cretaceous, jurassic,tri assic and jackitssio Nriisls. Tho well has revealed all this on of its great depth, yet tho farm is so perjiendicular and tho well o far above the lioti.-- o that by ttmueling in eight feet from tho kitchen door westriko ' tho bottom of the well and get ice cold water to run through the housoaud jionr in a beautiful ruscatlu over the front 1 m-- c Vognor. o one-thir- d one-quarte- r. Tho tourist will notico that his pink nightdress will attract attention in the family, and neighbors from a distance will come to wo how ho is resting. Tho meals nro plain. You rido up a little canyon, wo would call it west. Hero it is a coulio or cove. In California ami tho Spanish countries of America they would call it a little arroya, or Home such thing. You reach the head of the gulch toward nightfall. You havo heard that thero is a cabin there. You can stay there over night. Hut thero is uo sign of it after nil. Suddenly you hear the baying of 11 unclnsMised and tiedigreeleNsdogsl They burst on you as though they would eat you alive, but look nt them a moment! nnd their tails aro between their legs at t colored man now comes forth with a faded plum duff hut on his head and hair mid whiskers that look like the inside of a buggv cushion. He shuts up tho hound' noise and asks you to "light and tie." You do so. You have read that the.--o mountaineers are profuse in their welcome, and you get nil ready to Iw taken in his great warm arms and lxirne in and put to sleep iu tho spare lied, but ho does not do so. He A copjK'ras j jTiny Liver Pills! prevent attneka of chill and fever, dumb ague, billons colic, and rive V theritomtrcncth to resist all the evil ofaa nnbenlthv and Impure at A moiphere. Klecantly w Price, 25c Ofllcc, 3D Iark Plane, N.V. aarnr-coated. TUTT'S anil-blllon- 3SfliffliTl'l&1eVl vti Malarial Reeions should be nitbout them. Their use a an and remedy or wondorf ol In their effect a nyatotu of bllioiuueaaw In freeing tint and malaria. No one Urine; In a antl-malart- at k j emev OAVKATB. TRADE MaKira. o or mionnauon ana rree Handbook write to MUNN CO, 361 BBOADWAT, Nrw Yoaft Oldeat bureau for aecurtrut patent In America. Ererr patent taken out br us Is brought before the public br a notice siren free of charge la tns DISIQN PATIMTS. GOPYRrOHTS. ertaJ o Lareest circulation of any sotontlflo paper In the world, tiplendldlr Illustrated. No intelllffeut man should be without It. Weeklr. 93,09 year: tl.S0Blx months. Addrexs MDNN A a atll ilroadwajr. Kew York Cltr. $jciefttific mnitm 3fcv 'v rilaa. MYERS HOUSE ..r ii--v crin -!- r CURES SCROFULA XiXTTERTr m STABLE Prop. one. I . Ik-lo- , rrKi-:N 5Hkfll7iflW. rf cSBfEfch' H&sz- -. ; J nt j door-Btep- I At first 1 tried to rairo tho water bup-plby moans of a windmill, but tho M F IIRAGG, plumber who put it tip was not tho 0110 Trat. I'ait. Agent from whom I bought it, and 80 it never Wo then tried honeHwer, worked but tho ground wiih ho elevnted on ono sido of the well and bo depressed on tho CHESAPEAKE & OHIO other that tho horno when coming down hill sknted ho rapidly that ho broke tho pump. La.it whiter I Philadelphia day with good tilled an icehoiibo iu one thick ice, which bhows Baltimore, New York, that wo havo a good all tho year round climate. Our climate in not wholly conAnd all other Kaitern Cillci. fined to thotiummcr. Shorlftt Line between Louiavllle, Leingtnn)and Vet thero aro people who do not havo Kaitern I'oinlt. know a man very faith in what say. IN EFFECT NOV. 1, iS.,j , well havo Iwrrowed money of him, in F.AST HOUND. Lve. Letinxtoo fact, when he first camo hero and did not Atlantic Kxprett No. 11, dally 7 icpm caro what lecamo of his property who Midland Accommodation, No, 6. ex. Sun.11.40am had to speak in it whisper and had 87 Veitibuled Kaprett, No. 24, daily 6.10pm Ml Sterling Accom , No. 8, ex. Suu. S 5l"n hemorrhages. In tho morning his pillow looked like that of ono murdered, and WEST HOUND. Arr. LeiinKton: Iiojmj of him. He had Leaintton Accom,, No. 7,ex Sun 755am friends had lost all Louitvllte Kxprcte No. 11, dally 12.40pm night sweats and had to live on cod liver 4 5Pn I Lexington Accom. No, 15, ex bun oil and emulsions. He was brought hero Vettibuled Ktpreta No: aj, daily 6. topm on n mnttress, nnd yet in six months by Solid Vrallbiilcd Tralnt with Dining Can. Nt breathing all the climate ho could and but tranfen from Through Sleeper Leaibglon without under good caro 1 was so burprised nt chanire. the change iu his apiKvtrauco that I reH.W. FULLFR, f.ll. RVAN, Ocn. I'att. A)ft. turned tho money to him. Att't Opn. I'av. Agt., Waahington, D. t Cincinnati. Summer or autumn is tho best time to coino hero. Oct a good horse. I lmvo ono that could bo obtained of mo for a Ow1M(v BlMtM given sum. Ho is an easy gaited horso, (mum but was a hunter once, I was told. I did not understand then what a hunter was. I thought it was horso who would hunt ABBorsroao mo up if 1 got lost or anything. Tho 5TIVIIO PCMIrT man said that ho was a horso who know more than a man. Ho does. Ho knows iiiusnA moro than I do, mid 1 have been offered OiMctoan tho chair of rhetoric and literaturo in Ihrm .roNUt Pinner'scollege, this state. I wrote thorn that if they would hold tho offer open a ami tmrvt in w tucm ion mirtrurwi tfOABDina iatuM couploof weeks I thought I could accept t Wtfincsl runinokoosra tn It, but not now. I could uot accept a Tru isoKmwKT uuniatl (aana sent of any kind nt present I admit that gJasC Poind iaaimu this horso knows moro than I do, for he CHICAGO. IlL knows whero ho is going, and I do not. OentpoTit ABT. I wish sometimes vrhile briskly galloping .YYkXvTOrtuniuiuriw OlICMO over high worm fences and hornets' nests y Tralnt arrive at Norton Irom the Katt dally at Uojp m and $ 4$ p iu at to ichedulea, ralet Forfurthir intormation of Norfolk ,V Wetlern Kail c . annlv to agent W. II. UK V ILL, roaJorto Gen I'att Agt Itoanole, Va ing stones, which you toss into the bath tub until sulllclentli-- hoated, cold water , having been carried tip suflicient to till tho tuli. UuctUt who really come to mh) tin they aro fond of us do not mind carrying tho wnter up for their own tter- ' Tho waterworks iiImjvo tho rirst floor are simple. A largo Movo iu tho bath-- ' txwin is made to heat seven or eight iiv- - I Koiml ii .so. Tho Dog- it i u IKnina AH it'iit in n lltntttwin Mill fillll tin . l te.il J ' time. you of the way you felt when your wife's I guen not The There nro no father first examined your lack of good flies onTrout Life. me. points as a 13y ami by mipper comes. .t)ii the Ark. Around a big pinn table free from "Where are my shoes?" asked Noah. gather tho fninily, with an outnajM-r"I don't know," Ktid Mrs. Noah. "I side fringe of dogs. Ono of theso is a don't think wo brought 'em, we camo mother. Sho hasu little baseball uineof away in Mich a hurry." big headed twins. You go there any "Then what in tho deluge am I to time in tho year and you will find a new wear:" w,t jjke this of fresh young dogs, "There's a pair of ,'niters down stairs jj Ntaml up. alligators." Brooklyn Life. In the middle of tho table is a dijh pan full of curdled milk and a large, thick A New Kind of .slut Mitcliliin. corn pone. Kvery ono is given a wedge Ho stood for some timo in front of a gourd. With! letter box in a World's fair building, of this coarMi jkhio and tne gourd you eat t no upright imiKaim twisting his thin chin whisker medita then wiiH vour wliibkers on your coat tively in his fingers. sleevo. As you take a Into of pone the' "Thero's tho blot," ho mused observdog back of you samples your gourd, and j antly, "bnt thero's nothing to tell you when you try to savo your milk he enta what you get after you put your nickel tho most of your pone. in." Chicago Record. I 11 11111111.-I, fr J 1 11 1 (3 recovery of hit tv i induce I was vU' Ho didn't catch you that A fewln) "ttIcscurcdhlm,audno rrr P. W. CREEN, Mrs. E. J. Rowell, Medford, Mass., says her mother ha lieen cured of Scrofula by tho uso I or four bottles of after having had ( Thl, gUbIc whlch ,, ruu n conrectlon mtt ths n Myert House, basjbeen aupplied with much other treat- - (2aaGW nicnt, and being reduced tc quite a low condition of health, as it A.New Lot of Horses, Carnages, xvas thought sho could not itvc. Tliirrrrioo Wnrrnna -Bwb, ofhcredJ. Cured my little boy whichap- - I nn -- rummer's Suppliee and is better than tary scrofula Af r Biippir tne public with rur , nrir lace, t reared all oerhl 1 ZSW tnupallhopo FIRST-CLAS- S K n.w.irl ha ' RIGS OF.ALL KINDS. & RRn well-l,uuw- jggjai Bbv, w Z m vi" when finally I I symptom of tho disease remain. Mils. T. L. MATitntt. MathervUle, MUi. Our baok en Uloo-- an J Skin Diteitet mailed free. M A N V rersonai ana prompiauenticn gltento Weddings Parties and Iturlals. P. W. GREEN, At. 1IUKNS, Manager. Proprietor. son-in-la- SWIFT SlfcCiriC CO., Atlanta, Ca. I Become afflicted nud remain so. suf-- 1,000 WOMEN FEMALE REGULATOR, G000pAYi FOR GOOD WORK! feriug untold miseries from a sense of delicacy they cannot overcome. BRADFIELD'S ! by stimulating nnd arousing healthy action all her organs. to For Ladirs or Gentlemen ! 11 rACTS AS It According to results accomplished ; causes health to bloom on tho in addition to a liberal conimisa'ion of cheek, and joy to reign throughout twenty per cent. tho frame. It never fails to cure. The Best Mediant ersr MWe for Woatn. A -, SPECIFIC. "V $5 to $500 Cash! Also RAILWAY. Washington, 1 1 'mtjpsnmf'sr Featherstone Hello, old man, what havo you got your trousers creased at tho back and not in front for? Ringway What's tho uso of having o 'em crensed nt the front? I'm eo with my best girl now that she sits on my knee every night. Clothier and Furnisher. iuti-mat- l'rlcn. ha bttn under trtatmtnt of ItaJlno ph iHctaru I A Ttt wart, without benefit. After utiug Ihrtebottlu of Brad jit Id' m Krgulatnr ihicaniio Ktr own cooling, milking ami wuitnj." ! ' My GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS. No N. S. Brtan, Henderson, Als, BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, 6ft. Sold by drosffist at f 1.00 per bottle. Impossibilities or Uncertain tabler sdii e buckeyemLC OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A ties. Every thing Fair, Honorable, Plain and Positive. Pee programme in tho I The Coiisclrntliiita Dealer. Wiilr Indignant Female That lamp you sold me exploded nnd burned down tho house. Weekly Enpirer of our Fourth Annual Contest among Ageutd for largest clubs. tST" An Agency for the Weekly Knqi'ikek is a profitable business. It ia the best school in the world to prepare one for a business contact with the public, a stepping-stouto business qualification and future prosperity. We want good Agents to solicit for subscriptions. The inducements are extra good. e Dealer Well, mum, I'll givo you new ono. "A new house?" "A new lamp." Now York Weekly . 11 Drop USA LINE. Popular. "The short story seems to be quite the fad nowadays," said ono clubman to another. THE DOO EATS THE "I should say so. It scorns to mo that It is a sort of Saxon method of life and to go back to tho days of Ccdric, nearly every man I meetbtops to tell mo seems only these people own no serfs. Tho af- how short he is." Washington Star. fections aro feeblo, yet thoy cling for Oiii'Thlui; Omitted. generations to tho samo coulie, nnd the Daughter Yes, 1 know Mr. Staylato seasons come and go and find them ever comes very often, but it isn't my fault. poor, ever sad of eyo and voice, too lazy I do everything 1 can to drivo him nway. to love or to talk or to en joy just human Old Gentlemnn Fudgot I haven't genus, mammals that show tho early re- heard you sing to him once. Stoning-tohearsals of nature in trying to crcato Line Bulletin. mnn; tho discarded caricatures of humanity who forgot to dio with tho envo ricuty of Them. bear and tho pterodactyl. At n restaurant a gentleman called for Yet thoy differ littlo mentally. They "0110 orthographical error." "We wo are free from ambition, nnd their only don't bervo 'em, sir," said the waiter. gestur6 which shows vitality is a grave "Then, why do you have them on tho movement of tho hnnd toward tho anklo bill of fare?" asked tlio.patron. Youth's In token of anxiety, but thoy aro most Companion. generally too lato tho flea has flown. Iteumniuhle. Mr. George But hopo is dawning. So you didn't marry him?" Vanderbilt has bought another big tract "No; I wouldn't marry nny man who of land near Piegah. Thus ho owns both north and south of me. Is it possible wouldn't propose first' Trnth. n -- SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IS years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. rnptrrd bj RKIURDsOX SltlimK 10., BT. lOriS. osTiJquinir. BUI U gCAUTT. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Romodles. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. lYrparrJ FOR 20 YEARS I1IC1URDS05 ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. SOLD EVERYWHEHE. bjr MrDirHK casaccKcXKaae: 3 3E l)., NT. 10C1.1. nn wuiUi or lovelr rmiMc for f'Ttjri IUiUU cuula. H'J vaitv, lull awt. brsti 5J iiumit. suet:' luusiool mo lwi, uni pop- - Jj Su.urMid t'Hillin uiiil Micai uutrumeutal Q t en, ul (.ovlfii up iu tlit) luoat eifk'ant iunn. j T I1U IllviUti K " IIIIKV io Jivimi'i. .is. j ,i.fi..f hip HiuinultilfttifAr' laderuwskt All perfona having claimi against the estate of Ai tlittkrtt a inmuiit, Ailulu I'atii, ui.d Mrs.! O John St. Mc Roberts, Sr will procnt them to me, X' Ij.o. Il.uckaa.t. (hu ipulr bau(T. AU-properly proven, and those indebted to it will Urinll.rdiTto NEW VOUK MU!"ICAIJ please settle at once. KCUO. broauwisv'inettro Hiilin'nT " r W. H IIiaGt.V'i. Krr. J9 1EC JES NOTICE! ii- - R ftrj ,'V.t J' GUIDES" NOT NEEDED. ;haperons have their abuses as well as their uses. In Eajilonnge I'rnetlcetl by Anglo-manianml Tlwissj Wild II.it e I.I veil Long In Foreign Lamlt Cmtntes Norrolkow on an Inters Mlii Topic. 1K0, by -cs i termingled through marriage that this MRS. A Woman HELEN M. GOUGAR. Blindnos9, Paralysis, lUioumatlem Guthrie, Ky , Co, n'frt. an 33 Copyright, American tion.! Vtvf--i Associa- Am via ; IM nkmle not at nil to bo Bpisetl, for like every other clement of society they have Iheir uses as well ns their abuses. There are in England two classes of chaperons professional and nonprofes-lionaThe former, as is well known, lells its service for filthy lucre, while the latter belongs to all walks of life and would treat with scorn any offer of compensation for ts kindly acts. To the nonprofessional chaperon it is a delightful condesceubion to feel that she can safely launch a young and untried girl into the whirlpool of society. Among these classes wo find the newly made wife, who likes to exploit the authority which matrimony has conferred upon her by assuming the charge of her unmarried girl friends. Then there is the shabby genteel widow of an army or navy officer, who proclaims herself the offshoot of some noblo family and plumes herself upon that distinction. Her charges are usually selected from middle class English life. In France the term chaperon convoys an entirely different meaning. The governess in that sunny clime plays a dunl role, for she must everywhere accompany the maiden intrusted to her care. In France, as In England, the introduction of a young girl into society is nn important episode in her career, especially if she have wealth and be also tho happy possessor of high connections. These lend their aid to make the event as brilliant as possible. The most particular of all countries in this respect is Spain, whose sunny daughters are watched with a never tiring eye. They are not permitted to step beyond the home limits without a watchful attendant at their side. But the Spanish girl, iu one respect at least, is no different from her sister of other climes, for despite the diligent care bestowed upon her she finds many opportunities to telegraph loving glances to the opposite sex. The chaperoning of young ladies in Russia is somewhat different from that which obtains in other countries. It is not that the Rubsian girl is permitted more freedom, but that hho demands it and insists on having it. Among the nobility this tystem of espionage is carried out with more or less Mringency. Tho college students demand iwrfect liberty of action as well us freedom of thought. Otherwise how could so many of them become embroiled in the acts of the liberal thinkers of that empire? The daughters of tho inerchaut or middle class have very little social life which calls for tho service of a chaperon. Tho swatka, or matchmaker, takes her place. The daughter of the household is seldom s permitted to be a free agent in tho of husband choosing. Her 'opportunities are circumscribed, and she perforce yields to the wishes of her parents. In Germany this matter is viewed from a very practical standpoint, and until the engagement of the young lady is announced the services of u chaperon are constantly called into play. The German life, like the English, is essentially a homo one, and many of the same encircle both. But in England the business of chaperoning is carried on to a greater extent and under more peculiar conditions. English girls, as a rule, are kept in the nursery, so to speak, till thoy are past their seventeenth or eighteenth year. Their timo is entirely given up to study and a sort of maternal care of their younger brothers and sitters. It is only in rare cases that some particular study is taken up, with the object of delving deep into its mysteries. The knowledge acquired is usually superficial and fits the girl for little more than the duties of a good wife and mother. Her entrance into society, no matter to what class she belongs, is a marked event in her life. The mother, if alive, is always supposed to lend her gracious presence to the occasion. If it be otherwise, somo female friend is deputed to perforin the duty of sponsor. Tins custom applies to all classes of society, from the highest to the lowest. We are speaking of nonprofessional The professional belongs to chaperonB. nuite a different sphere. She offers her to services for money and sells hen-elthe highest bidder for whatever of distinction she is able to carry into her work. It has been variously hinted that ladies taking high rank in London's social circles have beeu found among this latter class, but this statement is not announced as a ftct, for the reason that unworthy motives are often attributed to the doer of a generous act. This is especially the case if the lady have high rank and but little money to sustain the dignity of her positiou. Rich Americans have of late years become EomewhM of a prey to the professional chaperon. This is only when friends are lacking on the other side, and the young lady anxious to enter good European society finds it imperative to have some one who will vouch for her. Some funny stories involving both sides have been told in reference to this matter, but it is not well to give credenco to all one hears. The higher classes of society on both continents cro becoming so in- ft rm KZ I -- - . nni-.sl'.- 1.. nF tie- - l. be done away with. The youth, beauty and wealth of the American girl are be ing gradually engrafted upon the nobility of tho eastern continent. The question of chaperoning in America has but recently acquired serious dimensions. It is practiced chiefly by anglomaniacsand thoe who havo spent tho greater part of their lives in foreign lands. Hero in America the daughters of the household are ns free as tho birds of tho air. Restrictions in their caso are very slight, for the reason that tho girls of this country are taught to be thoroughly independent, self reliant and above all honorable in their actions. The young ladies of the present day take part in almost as many athletic sport! as do their brothers. The commingling of the sexes which results from this and the rivalry which it engenders rendei the American girl keenly conscious oi her powers and the privileges of hei sex. She learns to stand up for liei Tights and always insists upon getting them. Such a girl needs not a chaperon, foi she is perfectly capable of taking caro ol herself. I do not mean by this that parties of young ladies, especially before they reach tho age of 20, should attend public places without escort. As a gov erning power controls everything in tlu universe, so is it necessary that an oldei person of tho same sex accompany them not so much from the fear that the young ladies will disregard or willful! break any of the social laws, but ratbei that they may havo some one to look ur to in emergencies. While much may bo said in favor ol tho chaperon system of Europe and America, yet it has its pernicious side. If the chaperon be a woman of social position and thoroughly honorable, all it well; but I regret to say that much nn derhand and disgraceful conduct is often condoned by unscrupulous guardians. This applies more especially to Euroje. America is "the land of tho free and the home of the brave," and the American girl, in every step that she takes, emphasises that fact. Nowhere else in tho world aro women permitted the same freedom or treated with the same respect by the opposite sex as in this country. The children are called precocious and the young ladies self assertive and independent, but this is owing to their training, which the receive from their earliest infancy. Watch two children of the samo fainil at play together the one a boy and thn other a girl and you will soon see that the boy has been taught to revere and respect his sister. He willingly gives up his toys to humor her slightest whim and in nil things treats her with the greatest consideration. This fosters in the girl a spirit of independence nay, even of command toward the opposite sex. She knows sho will not be insulted, no matter what she may choose to say, for tho American man has profited bj tho training given to the loy. What need, then, of a chaperon, in tho European sense, for the American girl? She does not require such espionage, since among her moral attributes honesty is invariably tho controlling principle which fonns the basis of her conduct. necessity of American maidens, will Boon of Great Korea of Character ami More than two years ago my eyes Dear sir an Eloquent Speaker. Tho principlo of tho "homo vote" begin to'fail me. I immediately applied to emingainst the reckless and irresponsible for rchet; lor eighteen months ihey mob finds a brilliant ndvocato in Mrs. nent oculttta Helen M. Gougar of Lnfayctto, Ind., treated without a panicle of benefit. Finally, whoso powers of oratory havo for some about three montht ago went totally blind, and years been enlisted on the side of woman's suffrage. Mrs. Gougar was born in as a last retort, I procured an Kleclropolte . Litchfield, Mich., nearly CO years ago. which, very much to the gratification of myself Her devotion to the right was intense and family, haa reatored my light. It hat alto and unflinching even in her youth, nnd united with originality, energy, intel- greatly bem filed my wife and daughter. My wile lectual keenness and self relianco, graced hat leeo a tubject of paralyii for morn than two by ready wit and bouyancy of spirits, years, and my daughter a sufferer from Inflammahas mado her a power in the rostrum nnd in tho councils of her party. A con- tory rheumatlim for rcore than twelve years AI' spicuous trait in her character is firm- thit hat betn effected in the Iatt two rrontht. Too ness of principle as ngainst compromise for the sake of expediency. Conserva- much can not be laid la praiic of the tism, intrigue and cowardice havo been Ill were the possessor of the only one in the especial targets of her inspired and existence and it ecu Id not be reproduced, all the burning words. Mrs Gougar's style as a speaker is dig- wealth of the unlvertecould not purchate it. I nified, though free nnd impassioned, and conidrr it the grandest invention of the age without oratorical display or affectation. Truly and gratefully yours, Sho talks offhand without manuscript or C.W. GREENFIELD, M I). notes. Her special lino is tho legal phases of political reform. Sho has a e book tent free. Addict I)u!kn & grasp of law and statistics and is the Webb, Louitvlllc, Ky. wife of a lawyer of ability, rwhose ad- 1 Electro-poise. Fifty-pag- Sept 9, 1891. youths' clothing, No. ji North 3d it. Philadelphia, Pa. Ikst gelding 4 yeart old 1aud v r . .. . ito to tint, $ pair of hip looti to ad. Special premium by Colchctfr Rubber Co. Colcheitcr, Conn. -- j 00 Comes In you every other day Ip the year for only $2 Thecheapett and btit paper in Kentucky 50c gett ti three, monthi TEX ADVOCATE. Addrt 11 Tub Anvocvr, Danville, ky THOROUGHBREDS. 34 33 36 37 38 39 40 -- THE41 r Imp 3fl vi-v'"r,rrr- "j i Lincoln Co. Stock Fair -- Will be held 00 lit grounda at- 4 iSii "7J UZ3 w Thurtday and Friday Beit thoroughbred suckling colt cither This netlce forewarns hunters, fiihermec sex. 10 00 on our lands without Rut stallion or mare year and over 10 00 at all suwh will be proiccuted to the full Ilett yearling-Yithceit eatentof the law. Signed let, with one Han- M. LACKOWMTZ. dard cron. Seaton i Belmont Chilf T D. NEWLAND. F6e9 .. .'. ., . . jo im W. II. HAYS. C LYON Special premium by t, P Crow, pro FRED RAUMANN. prietor Ltucoln Slock Farm, Mc KinK. L. WHITE. ney, Ky. MRS M A MARTIN Beit boy ndcr under la jeara . . . . i. 00 J 1. BKCK. T C BALL. Suit by C. D. Porlwood, the dothiet and furnisher, Danville, Ky., J$ and STANrOKD . j added by theasioctaticn Beat combined stallion any age 33 00 $ to firit, J10 to second. Beit rockaway mare or gelding to he driven to rockaway . ij 00 At John M jnefee's n w brick oil Dept4stteet, by It a jo to firit, U 30 to iccond. Special prcttlum by Brown, Forman .1 Co., distlllrrtof and dealcrt in fine Who will at all timet be glad to accommodate all Kentucky whiskies. My 'Rut wilt Best combined marc or gelding any age Jo co with good rigs at reasonable tatet. meet all K. C. trains. $13 to first, Jj to second. Special premium by Lowman'i Sona, .1AKK THE. Importrri and Jobbers, men's lurnish-lu- g goods, manufacturer! of the celebrated fountain shirt, drawers and oeralli, No no and 111 Pearl St., Cincinnati, Ohio. Represented by James T Canon, Nq.)) (jtiittrun KMMWsiawn6- Rett lauT rider ........ . 10 00 Special premium by B. II Danki, the artistic jeweler and engraver, THE POPULAR AND DIRECT Manford, Ky. , LINE TO . , Rest marc and colt either tei . 10 co Special premium by J, T Nash, the hone thoer of Danville, Ky Trotting hortet a ipecla'ty. n, 1 POSTED. iivm, mm m stasis, J. W. RAMSEV. Pro'r.. TTJX-3- T MRS. HELEN M. OOUOAB. Countess Xorraikow. A I'ronilalntr Singer. bni-ne6- An American girl who gives much promise of n brilliant career as a professional singer is Mi3 Rose L. Steinitz oi New York city. Miss Steinitz is studying in Paris with Vianesi. After a ear under his training she has received offers of engagements from the London and Brussels opera houses. However, she will not make her debnt for twe years, following tho advice of Mine. Patti, who says, "The mistake made by many singers is in appearing before they have leen thoroughly trained." Miss Steinitz's voice a dramatic mezzo iopsesses all tho qualities necessary to insure success. leing at the same time gentle, strong, supple, warm and of a depth resembling that of Mine. Lucca. Although but 20 years of age, she sings in English, German, French mid Italian. so-pra- vice and ample means give her tho independence demanded in a reformer. Being childless, family cares set lightly on her shoulders, and thero is leisure for culture even in tho midst of aggressive work. Before entering ii'von public life Mrs. Gougar was known as a writer of concise nnd fluent English. Sho wns a f recinent contributor to the Chicago Inter Ocean, an orthodox Republican paper. FIRST Tho greatest battle of Mrs. Gougar's life took place some years ago when she fiit appeared as a woman's advocate. A man of prominence referred to tho new 7 light in terms that could only be avenged j by a caning or a pistol shot. Although n wife, Mrs. Gougar took tho matter in JACKS. in her own hands and horsewhipped her 10 10 . a Ilett tack tinder i year . Then she defamcr in tho public 10 CO i Bert jack year old ami under went upon the platform to justify her 6 Rett jack a yeart old and r j lr 04 course and to vindicato the right of her 7 Rett jack anyaice 11 00 sex to tho samo rights and privileges a 50 to firM, J 50 to second. 10 Oo that men have, immunity from ques- 8 Ilett jennet under a yeJ --. . 10 CO tion and criticism as to their private af- 9 Heitjeiintt 1 eam andover- fairs. 10 Ilett suckling c: It either tei by Essie 1$ to llird In a practical way Mrs. Gougar drew up the law granting municipal suffrage ii ttaton '94 to Kagle llird to lit, io teatoo to jsck to iccond. to women in the state of Kansas. In a practical way sho demonstrated tho HORSES 1'Olt HARNESS PURI'OSKS. in her theories by heading a crusad . 10 re Ilett colt cither sex to redeem thecitv of Leavenworth, Kan., 11 Rett Stallion, mate or gelding year and 'from slum rule, which was accomplished la at under J Co by the votes of women. , llrii mare a years and undei 3 Cdine Howard. IS 14 Rest mare 3 yeart and under 4 1 Rett saddle mare or gelding any age . 30 00 Jij to first, f j to second. special premium by J II Robards, ? WRITE FOK CATALOGUE. the leading liveryman, Danville, Ky. 41 Rett walking mate or gelding .. ..... ij oa J11.50 to first, Jj.jo to accond OFFICERS. Special piemium by Tim Murphy, the I WOODS Pritldetit-- E stage maker, Danville, Ky W CRKEN, A. M. I'ENCK. 45 Ilett model itallion, mare or geldiag. ij cr C. WALTON Secretary- -E Ju jo to firit, Si joto tecond J T Embry, W II Shankt, Attitlanti Special pren dm by II Ac Sam Lyona, K. McCLAKY. Trsaturer-dealert in ready made clolhlcg, genu furnishing gootlt, etc , Danville, Ky DIRECTORS 46 Rett douUe team, ipeed, style and dura William Moreland, K F :andidge, bility coisldered, regirdlesa of tea, I M. Bruce, It. II. Bronaugh, ) W. L. McCarty, coler or ownership 11. W. Givent, 30 fioto first, tie to tecend. J. E r arris, J E Lynn. Special premium by Harvey Helm, Samuel M. U.tm, R L.Hubble, attorney at Mtnfotd. I hu. C Yeagcr, J. W. Ulvent, ork saddle itallion, ma-- e or H. II. King, A. E Hundley, 47 Best New gelding so to E P. Woods, T. L. Shilton. Jij to firit, ii to icct-nd-, I II Itaughman. J, K. Raughman, .. 4! Best fancy saddle n are t a $15 t first, Jj to DAY. Special premium by W, P Walton, Jio co ilett mare mule colt. .. piupmtor I. kiok Jc N u Steam Special prmenim by K W. Ltllarit, Printerv. Druggist,! Danville, kj. SWEEPS1AKE ROADS1FK . 10 00 49 Beit ttallion, mare or gelding, speed, Itctt horte mule colt j 00 Ileit mule any age ck style and durability coctldcrcd to first, Stj to secnnd.tij t third Ji jo to first, Ji JO to accoudy 43 27 3C 23. " FANCY SADDLK RING. CHICAGO, paWs'west NOBTH -- WEST. ..AnJ ...... WORLD'S FAIR Vliitora, remember the Monon it the line, with Veillbuled Traint, Dining Cart, Palace Chair Can, Pullman RufTet Sleepers, ai lowest ratet For Information address IAS BARKER, O P. V CRUSH, II P A , A . Chicago. Louiivillt Farmers Bank&Trnst Or STANIORD, Is now fully org KY , Co snucd and ready for business wita - Paid up Capital of Surplus, . $200,000. -- C000. ' SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the tame By provisions of Us chaiter, depositors are as fully protected as ate depositors in Nalloaal 1 ine tame management. titau and uadti 1 li ' stre-ets- 1 un-'e- OR. i. S. APPLEMAfi The Famous Specialist, To Visit Our City Professionally. Hants, its tharcholdtra being held Individually liable to the eiteni ol the amount of their aloe thirrin at the par value thereof, la additiou loth a smount invested in auch shares It may act etecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully in individual To those who entrusted their bulnness to ua while mnagltig the Lincoln National Bins, ol Stanford, we w here tender our manv thanks an4 trust they wilt cotjtinut to traotict their buunssi with ui, ottering at a guarantee fcr prompt attention to tame, our twenty years eipcnencc Is banking and as liberal accommodation! ai are consistent with sound banking MKICTOKs: J vir-tu- o 1 - 1 I CM The i:oliitlon of Dresn. n It would bo interesting to know what Mother Evo would think could sho witness the eccentricities of fashion and the evolution of dress since her earthly sojourn. Her poor little fig leaf girdle would palo into significance by contrast with the present glory of woman's raiment, and she would hang her pretty head for very shamo at tho smallness of her dressmaker's yearly account Wo havo statues of the ancient Greeks and Romans wherein they are portrayed as having very little covering for their bodies. Thesculp-to- r to firit, Ji.jo to Mtond. Rett mare 4 yrsrs and tijtofirtt, $stc second Special premium by Veager ft Veaer leadniK iiverjmen, Manford, Ky. Ju ynn, Stanford; Cash, Stanfard; William Gotnh, Stanloid; A. W. Carpenter, Miilrdgevtllt, Ky. And esamination at his Prltate Parlort at the S. II. SrntiW. President, Dr. J II. Owsley, Cashier, Myers House, W M Blight, Teller. one ) . 1 An Kxcellent Chance for the Sick and Suffering. J Williams, Mt Vernon; J. M, Hail, Manford, J.S. Owalcy, Stanford, S. J. rmbry, Stanford; V. FREE CONSULTATION, Aug. 15, day only, J. Stanford, Tuesday, 50 or .... 20 00 Returning every lour wreki during the year FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD. KY ; HORSES FOR SADDLE I'URi'OMCS if Rett coll ellheitet . year 17 Rett Stallion, mare or Kildiig, -- . old and under 7 lS But mare yer and under .1 $13 50 to fin t ii to totecotid. yiart and under 4 19 Rett mare $ij to firit, $S' "tond. Special premium by A. 'Itibblc, proprietor of the Uilcher Houie, the leading hoUl of Danville ao licit mare 4 yeart old and ever 1 it it s 50 o. laK lotitiLsiLsMpliaL tsttttttttiLsiLsL ' JI I Capital Stock Surplus $200,000 21,300 1 has handed down to us the beautiful figure of his "Venus do M i 1 o" (w h o s h ii Unit phaeton pony tiM hands and un- $ratufint, $5 totecand .fh'asititiLsiLsiLsPr rultwltttttttttttttttHtnHrj ' ssitititiLsiLsHPi if v twauty of outline has mado her immortal), the scanty drapery of which has shocked tho oversen&i-bilitof y ' der , Special premium byJDr A. S I'ric. ihe leaduiK dentitt of SUnlord, K. turnout, mare or gelding, driten aj by lady and rntliman $15 to firit and Jj to ttcond by W II. Mcllob-ert- t, SpettalV-remiuithe leading driifKitt. ' Stanford, Ky 3 V at. LstLstLsT aV "WW.T sttttiLsiLsiLsflLsl "T. 50 vlMr NOSE, more than one modest- ly disposed soul. The old lady from costume HORSES IOR HARNESS I'URFOSKS aj I'eit stallion or gelding j years ard un- - Wmw ROSE STEINITZ. Sho is of distinguished f being tall nnd giacefid, with largo and expressive brown eyes, a fine complexion tinal auburn hair. An interesting fact connected with Miss Steinitz is that whatever success she may have as an artist will be altogether duo to her own energy and pluck. She had always sung, but during the operatic season of 4891, when Vianesi was conducting tlvp Italian opera at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York, she determined to find put if her voice was extraordinary. After singing for him sho asked for an honest opinion. Ho immediately detected a rare voice and induced her parents to lerinit her to go abroad and study under him. In speaking of her voice Vianesi said: "It has always been my ambition to bring out a really great voice, and at last I have found one." npiarance, tijtofirtt, fjlostcond. Special premium by A II (Robertton strosities are exhibited to tho public A llto , dealers mfdry goodi, noticnt, Acute and Chtonic Catarrh, J. S. gaze. Then with a sigh and a last backetc , ladies and children's fine ihoct, ward look she rejoins her friends and Danville, Ky. Hinnirj; in tin, drafnet., iW lies f he eye, ear, at co thrr.it. Iiingi, ttoinach, liver, kidney, ur nary anil meditates on the wickedness of the world aj Rett itallion yeart oldjand over . MadiVr, nervous prostration, di'betts, dytpepila, at largo and the directors of thnt muso-uifo to first, $J to tecord. constitution, rheumatism, pnralaii, epilepsy or M ll'inorroids piles, cured without knlfir No in particular. But could she have UOADSIER RING pain aLil r o ditetiliofi from wcrk seen the grotesque costumes that have . age 7$ been win n by many of Eve's descendants si Rest mare or gcldlngany Young and Middle Aged Men $50 to first. Jit, to second and $10 to in past ages she would not blame the third. Spted, tlylc and durability suffering from spermatorrhea and ncy a Hculptor for clothing his masterpiece in contldercd. mathe retult 01 iu )iiut)i'r taceiw nothing at all. by II. W. Orten, ture ynr ami other cauri't producing tomoof the Special premium following effects uch;u emissions, blotches, deMyers Tho French costume of tho tenth cenptopnetorol the bility, nenoutniitt, dizziness, confusion of Ideal, Fine,llvery and aplendld bar tury somewhat resembled that of the HdUf" avert on to society, defective meiuoiy nnd aeiiial pxliauttinn whirh lillfiti ihn victim for hiisiness had not tho short attached. modem Greeks, but it cured by remedies 3": co or narnage, aie perm met In its placo tho ladies woro a 17 Steptake taddlejttnllion 01 lujuri us $ijo to first, Jjj to ictond, $50 to third, the head and long veil, which covered Jjj to fourth. DiNcasett. reached nearly to the feet. ( iititldcraticn, sped. ilylo, form and underdrapery is confined at Tho white At Sjphilit, Scrofula, Stricture, (licet, tic , Kaltt cured by never failing remedies tho waist, which is short. by abroad girDiseases of women, inch at Lrucorrhea, pilnlul to encircle it more dle, which apiiears Menstruation Displacement ol Womb, bearing SECOND DAY. than once and adds to the apparent down pains in back, relieved in short time 'I he Doctor carries all Ills lnttrumentl length of the waist. Tho open jacket HOUSES FOR SADDLE I'URI'OSr.S and comet prepared to eiamine the most obicure without ii collar falls gracefully from aS Rest itallion years aud under 3 co medical and surgical cases 15 He undertakes no incurable dieatet but cur the shoulders and conceals tho limits of Ju.So to firt, 3a Jo 10 second. hundreds given up to die. o 00 tho waist. Everything is easy, natural j9 Bent stallion 3 years and under 4 Correspondence solicited Address and- graceful. ''The Greek Girl," paint$ij in Tint. $5 to second, J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D, Louisville, Ky, aj co ed by Sir Charles Eastlake. was based on 31 Rett atallion 4 )rs.'old and over Write for Health Journal, free. Jjo to first, s to second, this unique costume. 4 n icif-klma- rural district turns her head aside with a blush, then looks again and declares that it is an insult to human nature that such mon- of tenth cen-th- o tury. J4 der 3 Special premium by I (,. Adlcr, ing dealer is fine harreti and Danville, Ky. l!et Stallion 3 years and under 4 n Dr Applemaii, formerly of New ork, now permanently locuted in I oiii'ville, Ky , it a graduate of llcllevue Hospital Medical College, New York City, the most notable iriiiitution of its kind In America. He has made a ecial study of the leadtad-dler- y, EYE, EAR, THROAT. Ami chronic l)iaeace in the great llrllevue and ('Mai It r Hospitals, Niw ork City, and the result of thit eaperenie are many phcnomilial curei all over the State He tuccetsfuliy trcali Attention of the public It invited to th (ac that thit it the only Nanoual Rank in Stanford Under the proviaiont of the National Bank Act depositors ire secured not only A.y the capital nock, but by the ttockholdcta liability tor aa amount eiual to the stock, to that depotitoti ol thil institution ire secured by a fuad of $400,000 Ktve iworn tutemcnla of thecoudition of th bsak ....- ..1. ..i..a IIIC Sll lusucr.bii J..IIW .I- - VMII.U cf..... EWV.IN- mtut and ittattelt ate eiamincd si stated time by government agents, thus securing addilttoa and perfect lately to dcpoiitors. Thu institution, originally established as th Deposit Bank of Stanford in 1I5I, then tied as the National Rank ol Stanford in iUj and nam re organised aa ihe hint National Bank ot Stanford in tb8a, has had practically an uninterrupted etittenceof 11 yeart It It better lupplied now with lacilitiea for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than cser before in lit long and honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms aud individuals respectfully toileted Th Directory ot thu Bank 11 composed ol Forest ms Reid, Lincoln county , S. T Harm, Lincoln; O A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. W, llayden, Stanford; S II Ilaughman,Lincoln,' J.S. liocktr Stanford 1 W. A. 'I ilbble, Stanford; M D Elmore, Stanford; T P. II ill, Stanford. K. L Tanner, McKinmy; M.J. Miller, Mt Vernon, 1 ....... 1 .. Mocker, Pretident; John J. McRobertt, Caihier; A. A McKinney, Assistant Cashier. BANKS THE JEWELER. -:- e 1 well-know- n STANrOBD, - 1 1 Stock Most Complete Blood and Skin mtmK Vn57JiMiia! !!. .1 rUt ..17 'mm Vrfifc &k &&Kb .... - &nr .Frances I'aok OILVERVW At Rockland. Me.. Mrs. May Rauletl Miohigan granted full municipal suf- conducts n shipping office for sailors. It frage to women shortly after Ohio had is practically an employment office for voted down even school suffrage for I "amen, tho lady furnishing to vessels ,.... nirrbT desirH frr n voyage them. Alas, Ohio! -- Laura Olivia Boothe. 31 32 HORSES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES. 15 00 Heat geldinj; J years and under 3 Ju.jo to'firit, Jj jo to second. J 00 Rest gelding 3 years and under 4 ... froevcrcoat to'first, j to second. Ofics South side Main meet, in offic. recea ttcatcd by Dr. L. V. HurTioan, Stanford, Ky. Special premium y Frank lirot. A DR. W. B. PENNY Dentist. Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair work. One call will convince you that this is the place to trade. - - 4 jLe4t; tnyr'Um?l A Mrs. Courts desires to know if any- that lees than per cent, have been failOUR body can tell her where- "Jumbo" ures. Tho banks have-- been solvent and is In this county. Wo have never conservatively managed. They closed Tint nici-Hlino of jewelry for the heard of it. their doors to protect their assets, nnd - July 27, 1893 lenat Kv., Stanford, money in nt Dnnkn'. See for your-self- . nlsojunt all might be treated alike. Tiik mercury has been hovering around tho 10!) mark for soveral days, DEATH'S DOINGS. K. C. Walton, Business Manager Brick Foil Sai.k. Splendid quality but the signal service promised relief in and ready for use. Adam Pence, StanMrs Lucy Clarke, who has been nn showers and cooler weather ford. invalid for years, died at her mother's, PERSONAL POINTS. Wi: thank our correspondents for re- Mrs. Jerusha McAfee, Tuesday morning i oun account is ripe, ready and wait sponding so well to our call. If they will at 4 o'clock. Mrs. Clarke had with her Miss Linda Tltkkh h visiting .Mins ing. Plenao call and settle. W. II Wear- come to tho Fair to day and Then come where a siwer dollar will buy as much as a gold dollar. Lillian Philips. husband lived in Virginia until two en A Co. thoy hall pay out no money after reach- years ago, when she moved here, with We do not tell you our goods arc worth a hundred per cent, more Mil. John Diwiiit, Jk., is down from Mr. H. 0. Kui'i.KY is ing Stanford. Grays to ecu the Rihta. the hopo that the change of climate than we ask for them, but we do say that no firm sells for less money again. Mrs. Dr. It. It. IIouriR.m, of MaMr. J. K. Flokknck ennio down from would benefit her. It failed, however, than we do. Come and see Tiik people aro beginning to see that rion, has recently become the mother of Cumberland Gap yeflterdny. and she had grown gradually worse since tho captivating words, "Free Turnpikes" her arrival. Mrs. Clarke had no chilof the 0. S , a fine girl. Cait. V. 11. aro a delusion and a snare. Sensible ones wam up on htiHincea thin week. dren, but she leaves a husband, who is Waltkii Caktkii will begin the not want to , Mil. anu Mim. J.T. Carson, of Anchor-K- , In Logan District next Monday,school do pay for roads tax themselves to death now bowed down with grief. Hev. W. for outsiders to travel 31st, to E. Arnold preached the funeral at Mrs. And you will are visitini: Mre. S. p. Stamt. and parent are requested to send their on free. not go out without them. Our Lawns, Ginghams, McAfee's, after which she was buried in Miflcs Florkmk and Hiiidik Uivk.nh children on tho first day, White Goods, Laces, &c, must go. We have too many and the that all may lire visitinu at Mr. G. C. Givena.' Somk 8 or H) of our bicyclists will go to Buffalo Cemetery start together. public must Dr. Benjamin P. Kstes, late of Mr. and Miib. Jamki Piokktt, of Shelthe High Bridge Camp Meeting on passed from this life at o'clock by, are guesta of Mm. Xou Shanks. For Sai.k A nice pony, harness and Sunday. The distance ia a little Mrs. Juma Dt'NN is back from a viait fdeasnre cart. Tho cart is almost as good longer than a Sabbath day's journey, but i m., July 21. He was born in the auof several weeka to friendn in Iticliiiioml. as new and the pony is gentle enough for it is to be hoped that they will receive tumn of 1831, in Bridgeport, this State, Miw. John Ukll (Jihson and children any child can drive him. Jesse Thomp- so much good there that they will be re- and moved to Middleburg in lfc07, and has lived at the his late residence near Carry them. The best and safest place to deposit your money is have Kono to Mercer to upend tho heat- son. paid for their trip. McKinney ever since. Deceased was with us, for some of our cheap goods, then you know you will have i ed term. Tux First National of Stanford is Bafe The financial cyclone has manager will not be too couverted at the early age of 17 and unit- value received and no bank to break. The business Mrs. W. H. Kiriiy and MIka Turner with tho suspended Louisville banks. busy attending to his duties as Secreta- ed with tho Union struck Kentucky and no telling where it will end, so run to us with Chapel Baptist church have returned (torn a protracted visit to Kach of the last to fail has small balan- ry of the Fair to give you a receipt for near his native the cheapest town. He was married your money at once and get better than gold dollars Memphis. ces with it. President Hockersays thnt's your subscription money and the editor to Miss Sallio A. Jones in 1S55, and she goods ever offered. Dit, John MniioAN Simh, of Anchor the way ho does business. could also be induced to serve you in survives him. The doctor served in the age, is on a viait to hi mother, Mrs. Sal- For Kxnt. Tho Boh Stuart house that line. You ought to sec one or the latu war as a union soldier for tho term lie Sims. Mrs. II. H. Hub Kit, of Franklin, Ind., in Crab Orchard. It has three kitchens other and pay it if -you owe the concern. of three years and eight months. He enlisted as sargeant and was promoted has been visiting her son, Win. Huer, and three families can easily" occupy it. Dkatii must have been a welcome rer. L. AUSTIN: It would be a delightful place to spend lief to Dr. B. P. Kates, notice of whose to lieutenant-coloneFrom 1S5S to D. CA Ml FELL. at Ottcnheim. 1S70 he was engaged in the practice of been the summer months. Mrc. Kli.kn Marhiiau., who has Address John demise appears eNewhero in this paper. medicine and then gave up the work on visiting her aister, Mrs. T. P. Hill, went Buchanan, Crab Orchard. For years he has been almost a total account of failing health. During the home Tneaday. Kvxhy merchant and other business wreck from palsy with no hope in life last 12 years he has been a confirmed inMimih Etta and Katk Ykaiikii, of man ought to doe this and to morrow but it for to end. He was a good man and valid and has been & confined to his bed Uoyle, are bucMh of their brother, Mr. afternoon to give their employes a chance bore his great alllictions with a fortitude since Oct. 25, 189?. The deceased leaves Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st.; wareroom, paint Thomas Yeaer. to go to the fair. They wont lose much rarely exhibited. to mourn his departure an affectionate of Chica-- , Mr. Lwhksck Dinkunbi-kii.Y by it as nobody will be buying goods and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. has taken Mr. Plain's place at the when they Tiik "wrecker" went in hot haste yes- wife and one duughter, Mrs. J. W. can Bee the fine show of and a son, Dr. Ed Estes. After a Lotilaville .Store terday to pick up an engine on the C. A stock Btid other attractions close to () Miss Sallix Cook, of HiiHtonville, !h branch that had laid over on the side brief aud appropriate funeral service at town. of the track. It was pulling tho mixed the grave by pastor, J. H. Julian, the viiltitiK her winters hern and will of We guarantee specialty. 63fSign Work, artistic and plain." course attend the Fair. Ir you would be cool at the Fair come train when a tlango on Hie pony truck mortal remains were laid to rest in the A .work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. in viit-- I and buy one of our Hknry C. Pxdkio, of luster coats, a straw broke and threw it from the track. No- McKinney cemetery nt 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon, to await the resurrection nj" his old friends here in general nnd a hat, some neglige shirts, n pair of kan- body was hurt and no cars were derailCAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky morn. j. pretty blondo in particular. garoo shoes, a white vest and a summer ed. Mrs. Mary C. Hcxki.k In Mill alive, tie. Tho Indies should not mids our Gatx Fkih to.thk Fair. Horee and NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. but all hopeH that she will revive even remnant box or our summer corsets or and rider 50c; privato conveyance and been Riven up. slightly have our French Corsets in "J. H. A P. D. driver "0c; persons 15 years and over 50c; Jtss IJoi'T looks na HHturHl ns life be- Hughes V Tate. persons 8 years and under 15, 25c; hind the detsk at the Myers House, w hiis Thosk who attended the reception giv persons under S yearH admitted free. All he Is I'lerkiiiR diirinir the fair. 'Ihr uudrriigncil i.ilc 40 carry passengers to Kwe ami 10 Illicit hae for and trul "outhdown by importcl Mr". J. Q. Montmmikiiv and Mrs. H. en by Miss Anne Shanks in honor of public vehicles that ol llujic. .No linei or teller tred hup 15 cents, either in ihi tatc nnd little eon, Iee, aro visit-in- c Mies May Adams report a delightful and from the grounds for 0. Murrell 4 UKNI.DlCrfi.COOI'KR time and are loud in their praises of the way will be charged as follows: One Stnpp SprinR, Adair rounty. Manfurd, Ky. charming hostess. An tdegant lunch was horse vehicle and driver per day, II; -' MiMks Maikiix Coiikn, of Versailles, 11.50; and l.ucy Smith, of Lexington, are the enjoed, and with dancing and merry borne vehicle and driver per day, bus and driver per day, f , ! conversation the bouts lied on angel's Miss Norn Moreland. cuests of (rom the Mable if Mr.Juhn O'Neal, i mile 50. D. 1J. Oaiu'Kstkh, wife and tlaiiRhter' wings till'--' o'clock warned the happy uorse vehicle and driver per day, 12 from 011 ihe Huuoawlle pike, on Public vehicles that will not carry pas- ol uly ut.aj.jcar old llay Har.e. about niL'ht party that it was time to disperse. of Hopkinsville, arrived yesterday and handi inch, heavy mane aud tail dne well anu sengers on the above terms will bo with a little practice ouM tndille uvll Any In are Riiests of Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Carpen- MlMiDKH has been added lo the, other turuiatiun Icailln tothe rciovciy of the hort! will charged double the above prices. be libvrally regarded. lei. , la crimes committed nt High Bridge, sinct 36 EDWARD D LEWIS Miss Nnnik 1Ihiiis, of is a good ileal of money paid tho Camp Meeting began. Sam New "Tiikrk with Mrs. It. K Weareti. (ieo H.Var-en- , ton, ol .Mercer, killed Hart Crouch, of to tho toll gates by a clash of people who of Lexington, is alno here to attend Danville, over a misunderstanding the cannot be taxed to keep up pikes in this EXECUTOR'S SALE. the Fair. the day before. Crouch is said to have county," said Mr. Geo. P. Bright to a reIxx. vv I)knn will drive his now ball of paper tho other day. "It It is fired first when he ran and was shot in porter this Executor of John M. McKoberts, sr , I will beantiRsbiiBRy at tho fair the back of the head. He whs PI and is the transient population that uses our tell at public auction on the pienmct on B.iid to be the only one of the kind in .Newton is about the same age. The pikes and pay their toll." Continuing Kentucky. Mr. Brightsaid, "For the benefit of my Saturday, August 26th, 1893, Camp Meeting is proving a financial e Mil. W. S. Cash, of llnrriinan, Teun., ilcgmnins at p m., to its manager, who is said to own curiosity I requested the toll gate who has been ou a vitdt to the family of keeper nearest to my house to note have lost fiOO on Sam Jones alone. his father, Mr. W. A Cash, will return ATdow n for a month tho money paid in by home Tiik Chen.uilts have not favored the this transient class. My request wae 1 hey will oe oKeied lirtt separately and then asMiss Asms Gki xn, Dr. A.S. Price and Stanford Mockholdersin their bankat Ft. complied with and at tho expiration of -- nuir, mi- ulu uciiik acccpiea wnicn win brine Hook Scott, money At the ame time AIImtI Severance are back from K.w.witha statement of its li tho month we found that 'M per cent, of the moM the pi.ron.ilty, consisting ofand tlate, will sell , castle anil each is loud in its praitee. nancial condition, hut wo learn from a tho money paid in was from non-reThere are about l" Riiests there. paper published there that the bank ex- dents of the county and men who could Furniture, Buggy, Garden Tools, Mk. T. K. Walto.s, of Atlanta, arrived aminer, after a close sciutiny, pronounc not In any way be called on to help the lat niRht to Rladdeii his brotheis with es the asiHsO. K. am! says there is no condition of the pikes, were they not tannine implements Set ol Carprnti-r'lools. a visit and attend the Fair. From here occasion for the appointment of a receiv- compelled to pay to ride on them'." Cider Mill, 75 fret cf Hose, Ac Terms OnrulI. one.thinl m.h we'llRiiaran-te- e er ir.. ... he will ro to Chicago, but and that the institution will be open ft.iudia months, with interest. On pcrsonalt), and under, cah; over that amount en 00 days, will not see any better show again at the earliest possible day. The io that he CHURCH AFFAIRS. a.viitu aiiu win, imcrftl. there than here. W H. IUG(tlN. paper is full of advertisements of mer 4' xecutur Hro. Uarnes and his sweet singers no Mr. Jox G. Jonks, who has just ben chants who oiler to take checks on the admitted to tho bar, made ids mai- bank at par, thus showing tho the local to Hodenville Au. 7 for a -meetiuK. SALE OE LANS, STOCK AND CfiOP. den speech for the prosecution of the confidence in the solvency of it. Uev. Hen Helm has just returned mm "Ked Mountain Kid" last week and acAfsio.NWu.sr. 0iug to tho persis from Athens, Tenn., where he preached himself with credit. Pineville quitted Iflirl .ul I 01 traded privately before, I will sill Messenger. Joe is here now confining tence of a very fresh renresenUtivo of for soveral days with much etlcct. piiiih.ly on II. Weidekin A Co, Stephens A: Knox, will heananfullv hot timeto hold It Ins speeches to his best girl. dealers in general merchandise were a protracted meeting meetini;, hut per1893, CITY AND VICINITY. forced to assign Monday night Mr. haps our Kood brethren of the Christian Is Receiving His Stephens tellH us church selected the time for an ohject Takx your repairs to Danks, the Jew- less than $.',000,that his liabilities are Farm Containing 130 Acres, while IiIh stock of lesson in warning tho sinner that: "There eler. : : : goods invoices jti.OOO, to Fay nothing of is a land that is hotter than this." Adjoining K. n Ktnmdv, Hall uderon, Sam Thy the 150 days system. McKinney his many notes and 1 M. Ware, W. R. Dunn and A II Music is Koing to ho a trig feature of M accounts. Mr. W. McKinney, running hack to the commencing p,iit Bros. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guacanteed. Gve me s at K H. Higgins is made asMgueo and he will tho Deerinc Camp Meeting, which I. Kennedy s It has good houe and is will watered for tlio Fair at Mrs. P. T. wind up the allairs of the firtn, after Sailor hats Aug. 10 and continues over two Also 7 head yeitlniLM, mivrd Steers and Heifers, t Courta. which Mr. G. W Stephens will open on Sundays. A full choir will sing to the 3 milk Coi, i Kod llio..lbyMarcs, i well bred, i jearlinc 1'illy.a trotter buediii., i Suckling his own hook. He seems to have been accompaniment of a cornet, clarionet, pi- Colt, family llorte, S Hock Hue and l Smenaml Skic McKinney Bros', ad. They wan 1'igi l l.ainb., i lluck, i Kockaw.i) weeding h preiiy rutKy row lor some ano and organ. A number of distin- and bpruiK Wagon, Farinuii; Uten.lls, i SuUey to save you some money. IS OVER THE ultiv.ilor, Reaper and Mtwcr . time. His stoic at Atoka was burned guished divides will preach. The K. (J. thold and Kitchen Kuiniluie, combined, House' Flat Uaim. No. 1 good ones for sile. nut nun just as no was getting in hue will run special trains nt low rates. Teims made known on day ol mlc ' : II K N L ON, McKinney 4' A meeting to ho protracted till the Win. Hueer, Ottenheim. shape at Bowland a cyclone came along ami carried many of his goods miles in night of Aug. ll'.th, if not longer, will Nkw pickles and fresh cakes at A. A. tlio country after blowing down his begin at tlio Christian church next Warren's Model Grocery. Now, a ho was opening Monday night, Hist, in which Hid. W. K. Nkw sailor hats and quills to match. up in Stanford ho was forced to assign. Kllis w ill he agisted by Kid. O. S. Lucas, The iiiulLtMsneil, u agent and attorney in fact May better luck attend him in the fua very able divine. Services will be held of theli.irsof John Ha)t,dei.d. will on for the Fair. Mary Daviess Duddernr. , twice daily, at 10 a. m. and 8 i. i. The ture. 30, '93, Bkady Foil tiik Fair. New lot of subject of each of the --'7 discourses has hats; latest styles. II. J. Nor Ai'i'Kui.vTiVB. Commenting on been announced on cards; that of the On the prenii'eat pu lie outcry til to the Btifi' Alpine d beat bidder the Farm consisting ol tho paragraph in a recent issuo of this tirst will be "The Savior's Faith in Man." McKoberts. paper relative to the $7.(50 raised at nn About "J 10 Acres of Land, Kev. t D.Taylor, offho Dales, Ore , You may expect a call from us if yon amateur entertainment at Bock Caatle preacher and school teacher Ofw Inch the late John Hay died possessed, do not call yourself and settlo at once. Springs, for Mr. Sam Wharton, the Lou a llantist b.nd him is situated near bUnford, Ky.jndhes M t-l viucikiiisV1 .s?f , w .int what von owe us. Severance isvillo Truth facetiously says: Kock combined, refused to pay ono of his fe- pike roiid 011 the Htanlord and Hu.tonwlle turnHj 111 l'4Li1l U II. Va rt ? M'J C Mfc. and is lioumled y tho (arms of l'"ciet,i Ss.s: 1 male teachers her salary and she began Ucid, f ''IooivillcV'T Son. s. Win. W'm. IUy Cnstlo is too near tho mountains. Tho to cowhide him for it. Ho succeeded in and oilier, Heck, nt Mrs. flic this a desirable place, in tho Mun-ItFROM It His Fink horses aro getting hero from evj people about there can hardly be civiliz getting her by tho wrists and threw her the of hlanlon! a rich lies well for cultivation and an LOUISVILLE OR CINCINNATI. soil yield return to husbandry, ? sV-rJy . cry quarter and stable room is at a ed Just think of this lack of npprecia to tho ground with an oath. The crowd Tho Farm has upon it h weatherboarded log house of 6 or rooms, under there is cellar, DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE premium. Tho prospect is that the dis- tionl A Bkirt danuo pei formed by n which had gathered were in sympathy at nil lime., a large whichcommodiousdrbarn and and will bo uneKentucky belle at a Buuimer watering with the lady and Taylor was held by oilier necessary outbuildings 'I here nt in the iNCiuoca play to day and j.ud a tine well ol and and Pullitun Vttllbule Slctplnj and BuSct Parlor Cr, 'jr4?Sr- -'w i place and only $7.00 for tho beneficiary them and nearly beaten to death by the also near the housecool, puresprinc,living waterstock qualled in this section. v h good and for purposes two good ponds on the farm. In short, Bring your company up here, Mr. Sam irate "school marm." Only Route Througli the Indiana it li one of the plcasautc&t places in the county to preparations for tho hop at Wal Thk live III ad of it neighborhood environment". Wharton, and abovo all bring tho skirt Natural Gas Belt. are progressing Term of Sale hand ton's Opera House dancer. Charter a epecial train to run Will G. Crush, tho popular hustler the remainder cf the purchase cash in In one and money and THROUGH TICKETS ot tlio ureamy from nicely and the lovera Owensboro and several people will for the Monou at Louisville, has accepted two ears in eipul installments, with O percent, N0 THCW CONVICTIONS C1N THESE UNCI ItCLDlO Ironi tule until naid, anil lieu reT the n:c mv. Ticket orricis cf waltz or lively galop aro anticipating a guarantee to replaco your house and all tho position of assistant general passen- luteieit on the day nf to secute the defined paytained larm OutHlRsj KAIlAS. ments, payable to the undersigned "halcyon and vociferous time." your earthly posessions for your interest ger agent with tho M. K. it T., with For tncAi informhtios in kecaro to rate am the rami wilt be survojcd to the purchaser OESIDIO CETAH An COhCtlMNtt THIS and lull possession will be given on the lir.i day at Denison, Texas. Both the Monon O' January, i8.)(, but for needing, nco that in tho receipts. I have heard a great SERVICE, PtEAiE AFiy in s irscn co 1 itniH on 'WK.aro requested to auuou abiut 50 acies TEIEC&AM TO IITMER CF THE r jUC t now in corn, the purchaser will Tiave the right to Miss about tho admiration of Kentuckians'for and his friends will miss him. put (aid the public school nt Hustonville, K.H.Ur.Sont!i-nPistrl;. SXJSmit Tin. right of Of all the banks that have been gress andland in small grain and the th place inegress lor thai purpose to will begin Monday their women, but that $7.00 does not CEO. R. THOafSOV S. K. Psur i? !, U1IVGIC5, II. y Kate Cook teacher, K I the peculiar Qnacial situaVKRKN, show it, or there is l. aidejou.i. o ttnci nu r V, uuiivuit, II. . T.9- fW . "Vl Ageul aud Attorney in Fact lor -nxt. the Ulat. Parents are requested wronK around Kock something radically forced, thro' J "So '"jt 5 sjs - VVV Castle. X. I. Cir. f mni sd Tue En, ClSCIJJlIt 0 tion, to suspend, it is gratifying to note John a lUy Ucits fle'nd their children on the first day. fiCML WtTCVI vil.1111 iiLLiVLi V UlTCDinD InilDMni ' ini LniunounnttL so'wWa bread nt .McKinney every day this week. t Bros. -- post-offic- e LAST-:-CAL- L. to-da- y. m Is Money Close With You? "grand-daddy- " Our Summer Clothing, their-wheel- s y, -- 1 HUGHES & TATE. l. B NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL AT7STJLN, Fro'rs. , Giv-en- s, House Painting and Paper Hanging Gla-uo- For Sale. Elegant New Stock of -- '- -'- STOLEN". it, Iim-nster- to-da- y. fail-nr- Two Houses and L,ot, - Rugs, Carpets, Mattings -- to-da- - 1 si Severance & Son H.4.RUPLEY, j I 10-da- Friday, Sept. 15th, len, 1 SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. oi-1- he-gin- The World's Fair Route from the South " Pennsylvania SHORT LINES storo-houe- e. PUBLIC SALE. " Wednesday, Aujj. -- high-tau- - y m I y;'e5: mm?&? ..; I fl -.lSt ri& JT - k - -- 1 1.T KsSr .rrU. -Vf " Cn ht ne-third VIA BC of-flc- o flUST-ClAS- S W.NO '::Sva. toi l. wm t-u- t- .$S t, fc. . v i t' 5; Semi-Week- ly ' Interior Journal AT WARM DAY FEOCKS. MOW TO DRESS WELL FOR A SMALL SUM OF MONEY. Published Evory Tuesday and Friday $2 PER YKAli IX iVDVANCB V -- WhfQ not to paid S2.SO will be charged. for Sale In Now York nt Low rrlcei Soft, Pretty anil Cheap Goods Long SleeTel Earl-Fu- ll K.C. t LOCAL TIME CARD. Are In Order Sonic Novelties For Wenr. Copyright, 1600, by Arncrlenn Tress tion. i . Lr4 v M ; KK "' J. i.V w 4l if: ft. HE woman whe uokltn'ts Arnica Salve. Kontucky. possesses good SALE The best salve In the world tor cuts, bruises Mail train going North N xt session brgins Sept. Flk iCi. The course is 7 pm tnsto today maj sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap bc,l teachtnff thnrnuffh. thn'tiiidtlini-- nnd around South 113 pm ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skla crup tiress well nno Exprsss train " South 1151pm I will sell privately my isrm of ya acres, Young ladies ""autifui and rates reaionable. lions and positively cures Diles. or no nay requir . North.. elegantly on b the West side of tne Hustonville k Daned. It is guaranteed to givs. perfect satisi action '"ardol in the College; young gentlemen board td 3iam ' the town. For further particulars address the ville pike. Lscal freight North. ... money refunded. Price 15 cents per box miles lrom Hustonv lie and within .36 am or very small sum South ......307pm a hall mile of the raiboad station of Moieland. MILTON ELLIOTT. resident, Kor sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. if bIio will or it Th latter tralni alo carry paneogeri. the firm is In a splendid state or cultivation, well Improved with a dwtllm cf 6 or 7 rooms, able, to dispense The above it calculated on standard time. Solar necessary outbuildings, including a good batu. is about to minutei fatter. iae COAL IIURNEKS with tho extor About half of the faim Is sown la grass and fie entire place Is well watered aad can be d vide J t i 0 n a t e dress Of Rowland, Manfoid and Vicinity QUEEN A CRESCENT ROUTE. into cr 3 rarer), to suit the purchaser. Kor parmaker, for tin ticulars write to or call on, When Baby was slclc, w gave hr Castor). J P. LAND, Having tusde arrangements with the East pass Junction City as follows: Trains iin Mcrelaud, Ky. number of dell JcllicoCoal Co., I am now prepared to sell When she wa a Child, she cried for Castorla. iSouth bound.- - No. t , Vestibule Limited, 11.50 cate and ilalntj you Jelllco Coal at .the lowest posible marMlws, she clung to Outorlv a. m.; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, 2.5; a. m.; No. 5., When she became. gin. 1 find that by paving cash and selling for fabrics that art New Orleans Express, ti 17 a. m.; No. 7., Local, cah can sell much cheaper, so come and sm me When she had Children, she gevethem CastorU. for salo nt ridicuti. la p. m.; No. 9., Blue Grass Vetlbule, 8.40 p. and sec how little money will buy your Winter M. supply ot this Coat, the best on the market lously low tricet -- X0.1, Vestibule Limited, 6.4S Thanking you for past favors and soliciting a p. m.; No. 4., Fast Mail, a.53 p. m ; No. 6 , Chlga-c- o is so great that every one can choose tc yours, continuance of same, sm m.; ner Limited, 1.37 a. m., No. 3., Local, 2.55 a. S. I). ADAMS. Rowland. STANFORD, KY., 40.3m liking. Tho weavers and designer No. 10, Blue Grass Special, 6 a m. havo given us and keep giving us new .1 HAVE .. delights in goods that can be washed and O. PRISON FOR WOMEN. 100 Valuable Town Lots and 100 made up fresh and crisp every week if Isa candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of An Institution Ruled by Influence Instead the Democratic p.trty He would appreciate your need be. This Hotel, renovsted and refurnished, ti now Acres of Valuable panels, la my charge and I intend to conduct it so as to of Force. vote. Thero is a cotton challis as light ai Alt lying alonside of depot machine shops and aot oaly maintain Its nlih reputation, but add Tho visitor to tho littlo town of Sher-borcheesecloth in texture, and yet it is fine yards at Corbin. win sen at a bareain. all to to its long list ol friends, bpecisl accommoda Mass., eight miles from South gether or separately, or would exchange for a tions lor commercial travelers and fine rooms for ana s.lieer, and it comes in all tho mosi tht dlsptoy of samples. Coricsiondnce solicited JOHN M. JOHNSON delicate shades, of which tho pale helio- Framingham. can eeo thocrounof build. D. T. CUES NUT, ings known as tho Reformatory Prison Is a Candloale for Assessor of Lincoln county Ky. Coibln, trope, ashes of roses and old rose are the :A:Flrst-Clas- s Saloon most popular. These when neatly made xor women, it is a stato prison and subject totheactiocoflhe Democratic parly, Aad BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached with a little Ince and a bit of ribbon as a was opened in 1878. At firat it wn mn. 37.ll JOSEPH COr IKY. McCLARV finish are among tho very prettiest of the sidered a great experiment, the plan of warm day frocks, and they wash beauti- putting femalo criminalsunder reforma- Is a Candidate for Superintendent of PjIiIic HORSE AND BUGGY STOLEN. Falls Branch Jelllco Goal Co., tory instead of prison influence, but time Schools for Lincoln County, subject to the action fully. Dsrk bay horse, almost brown, Mind in right soon proved that tho experiment was of the Democracy. Miners and shippers ot ihe GENUINE Next to them in softness andQelicacv eye, almost 16 hands high, n yearsold, hair oil of come tho satin striio zephyrs. There it successful, and tho institution is flourishhind feet fr.m scratches. Buggy Ruunlng Eear, ing in everything but tho number of its smoke color, except single trie which is black A. GIVENS a new design for theso called street helioBody black, a square cut ut ( inside inmates. That has fallen off sinco the Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub two inches square. The abme reward will of dah Try it We are tb. sole agents tor Stanford Jsod trope, where tho foundation color is b paid Rowland. Orhce corner ol Depot slrtel and railfirst year, a fact that is tho best proof of ject to the action of the Democratic paity lor ret rn of properly and cons ktion of thief in its new shade with cream satA cream of tarter baking powroad crossing. tu lA.Mr.b I' IIAll.M, in stripe Theso stripes are not really us emciency. 1110 average number of 6 IIIOOINS A WATTS. J S. HOCKEK, der. Higest of all in leavening Stanford, Ky. eaiin, out a wave or sea Island cotton in prisoners for tho first 12 months was strength. Latest United States sateen surfaco, but they have all the lus about 305, and tho largest number there THE P. 0. MILLINERY. Government Food Report. ter or Batm. buch a dress was sent home at any time during that year was 487. Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action if ROYAL'BAIINCr POWDIR CO., to a young lady last week, and it is a vis- Now thore are less than 300, and by the the democratic party will sell Millinery ion of beauty when tho wearer is in it. record in tho last report thero were last Call at the room and tee the 106 Wall St., New- - York. Tho 6kirt is plain gathered and has three fall exactly 292 inmates. G. UNUSUALLY LOW.PRI0ES AT and The socially unique fenture of the rows of heliotrope satin ribbon around A. S. ol Is Candidate it. Tho waist is tho pretty new blouse prison is that it is entirely officered by thea Democracy, for Jailer, subject o the action Stock For the rest of the season Call and save mosey, SURGEON DENTIST. A sple id Id line ol Ladie.' Under -- car and Hos French waist, and three rows of ribbon women, xtien aro employed as engiOf Millinery In town, The fools and prieet are constantly on hand, iery kept bound to pleas, you. Office over McRoberts Drug Store itithe n fastened under small rosettes define the neers, carpenters, watchmen, firemen, MISS LICCIE BF.AZLEY, M. 10 Owsley Building. MRS. P.T COURTS. SUnford.Ky. fanners and gardeners, and there is one waist, and threo more are around tht Stanford. Assessor, subject to the sclion lower arm. Tho ribbon is merely tacked electrician, tho buildings being lighted Is a Candidate for on just strong enough to hold in place by electricity, but every person directly of the democracy. to be taken off when tho dress is sent tc in charge of tho prisoners is n woman. Thero is a superintendent, a physician I have at my place a deep Ray Mare with small the laundry. McKINNEY, KY tier snu leu ninii lan hlte. cood inane and tall. 1 Me sleeves are largo balloon at tht and a chaplain, nntl tho rest aro matrons the action 13VJ hands high. uwner can get ner ny paying Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to tops and headed with caps of lace. An and deputy matrons or assistant ma- - of the Democratic party. Cftarges. 37 " H. CROW LOGAN AVENUE, have boiifht above mentioned)'. Hotel at ornamental cord of beads crosses the irons. Ulio word "keeper" is not naetl and have attached a : : front of the waist, and a tiny white lace nt Sherborn prison. Prisoners aro sent D. First-Clo- ss collar finishes tho neck. The hat to wear there for various terms, none ler-- than a Bar and Fool Boom. H. Aiwa vs sells cootis lower than anyone else in to Is a candidate for with this is a rough and ready of helio- year. At first short sentence prisoners sessor, of Lincoln County, subjectthe olfice ofof Astown New stock of Fruits every Friday. to iction the Hotel arid Have repaired and 'refurnished tht II RE AND STORM trope and cream straw, with six tips of were received, but it was found that at democratic party. am better than csrr least a year was needed for tho reformacream colored ostrich feathers. Prepared to Accommodate the Another now summer fabric is of helio tory influences to tnnko much imnres- DAWSON, trope and is between a crinklo and an sion, and as that was tho main object of Public. ... Representing...... for jailer, subject to the SLlion of Is I will open on January inth, 1893. a armure, with hair lino stripes of light the wholo plan tho time was increased. theacand-datd.mocraer. I hpecu! attention'to Commercial Men Oairy, from which I can supply any quantity ot Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; and dark shades of heliotroje. This was Tho crimes committed are many, classiJersey milk to the people of Stanford and I W ttUKr.N. Proprietor. at the following prices, delivered: inndo up in one instauco with threo cross- fied under three heads offenses d) JOE CARSON. Manager Manchester, of Manchester, Knr;.; so cenu wise flounces six inches apart. Above against iwrsoii or proiwrty, (2) against 'Fresh Milk, per gallon Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia;, 10 cents Skimmed Milk, pir gallon It a candidate for jaiUr, rubject to the actien of each was a stripe of embroidery in Ber chastity, (3) against public order. S cents 'Butter Milk, per gallon Goud order is maintained not by t"e old Jeffersonlan democracy. Ins. Co. o( North America. I will make two trips daily. The patronage ot the force, but by influence. public is solicited. All ef which are Companies. I . t. A. 1'JSY 1U, t B. Among tho blue gowned women aro all Stanford, Ky he pleased to waiin (needs lu lint. have returned sorts of faces blank, vicious, stolid, Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of el Millinery whichlrom tht cillrt with a nice line Iocs promptly issuedmaj III Insure thissinit torna. ae will sell for a tmall profit. wind storms and Beriming. I.iichtninz claus brutal and bright. All havo tho look the lemcracy (tools lellover, atlrceh as tnis seasoa t goads, esatiachM without additional Notice to the Traveling Public. chares from last season, I will Mil at that time spent in fetich a healthful rouOff.ee at First National Bank, Stanford. I have had tine, away from vice, must give. Many McCORMACK COST FOR THE CASH ONLY, TO hojieleysly bad, butinmanynreseen subject to the will of The reason do this It Candidate is to rnlucv my slock ef tne signs of an awakening nml a change. the a Democracy. fur Assessor, su I will beaole to out my business at At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and Theso aro tho ones that will not come the first opportunity. iiave in connection with Hotel one of the best I cor dully invilc the ladies to call and caamine open day and night: anight back again when onco out, because they In the State, W. W. HAYS, my goods I altOxilKit a shsre ol their pal run rman meets all trains. In connection with House AND LINCOLN COUNTY. have permanently reformed. Thero is .MKb. I M lilts, en,, ai;e. 'have also one of the best Mineral wells in the butt tor jailer subject to tbe actien et on Mr. and Mrs. Mantord, Ky an organ on tho chniel platform, and It a candidate ind for reference to wnter, call Thanking you !r y Mr liberal patronage for Ice G. V. Patrick, Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd when all aro seated a hymn is given out. the t'euinciacv last respe Ifully rr,uri lit continuance Erin, Tenn.A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. during (he cuming season. Indeed I expect all (u T. W. and somo ono plays. Kach prisoner has D. E. Proctor, C. H. Braum. Mr. and Mrs. use the Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Johnson, Hamilton, a copy of gospel hymns containing words HAMPTON, iNcw Haven, Jim Cox, Greensburg. Rates $a per only, and ninny join in tho hymn. Tho M" My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar. has just re "'''"LW.lTRl'EProp. reading of the Scripturu and tho Lord's Is a andidate for jailer, su jict to the action of turned Iron, the cities wilh an elegant line ol mil MANUFACTURED ICE, the denv cracy. lincry, embracing prayer concludes tho ciiHel service. For there reasons Iirst, it It made by a home When a prisoner is sent to Sherborn. institution. Second, lh. Ice 1, absolutely and ALL OF THE NOVELTIES SAM M. OWENS, chemically pure, being made from spring water, 5110 is not allowed to minglo with other which distilled F. B. RILKY.SProprletor. Of the season, of which the will have lull control before is lust froren and then carefully Altered t prisoners for awhile. Sho is given work Is a andidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, being bird, Artificial Ice will last She also engaged a TWO LOVVI Y WASH DRESSIS. rimary. tu the action id the democratic much lunger than pond Ic Blono and sees only tho kindly, refined Fourth, an epldrinlw London, - - - Kentucky. eral shades of rusty greens. The same women who are her keeper and is gradof cholera Is looked lor during the year and nothFirt-Olaa- s Dress-Makeing 1. so apt l produce or spread this disease at my new Hotel and am better Thate moved to trimming was put on the Eton jacket ually instructed in tho rules of tho prisImpure water or Ice. Filth, it will bc D. prepared than ever to accommodate the public. f before Call and csamlnc my stock of Milliii-rGood Livery attached and every convenience de- on the collar and across tho bust. Thero on. She is mado to feel that those in lourty, tub- - buying and leave your order for your dresses. Delivered Regularly and Punctu-alIs candidate for Sheriff of ,. sired. Give me a call. l were deep caps to tho 0110 piece gigot chargo aro anxious to help her turn over ject to the action of the demotrilic primary. Thaukiiigjuu for past favors w toluit same. rKAiiA 77 t your Doors sleeves, and these were covered with the a new leaf even in prison and that tho MAItV DAVIs:t)UDDERAR. same design of embroidery. Tho wrin- time oho must remain and thu advan Eterv morning at the followingPricca: kled belt was of green satin of an almost tages sho can havo deend upon her conTIIOV.Ah YEACER. M. JAMES YKAOKR. For 100 pounds or oser 414c r hundred russet color. This whole dress can bo duct. Thero aro four grades of prisonROWLAND, KY. member of the Legislature from For jo pounds to 100 je per hundred YEAGEK & YEAGER, washed like calico by ripping off the ers. Grado 1 is tho lowest. Entering It a candidate forsubject to nomination by the deLincoln county ; For 10 to o pounds. 50c per hundred HARDWARE, IN GROCERIES, DEALER trimming. prisoners aro put in grado 2 to work mocracy. No lets thau 10 poundsidclivered. The most of tho ladies who make up their way up or down. In grado 1 they o E. BREMKK Hasmeved into his newitore at the junction of FEES AND SALE STASH, pikes Orchard the Stanford & Crabnow better and "1ever prepared wash dresses endeavor to havo them so havo cells; in tho upper grades neat thau HELM at Rowland and Is trimmed that they need not be undone rooms. B. to pleate the trade in both 8TANKOUD, LY. to bo washed, but sometimes it seems Ten credit marks nro given each week Is a Candidate to represent Lincoln county In the OE' GOOIW, PRICKS, that it has to be done. When it is done, to a well tehaveil prisoner. By tho law nest Legislature, subject tu the action of the deSTOCK We are In our new stable in the Opera on is mocracy Block and arc well supplied with Etc. He has recently added tsreatly to KU stock tho trimming being likely to fade, it is every such prisoner has threo days com bad and having no rent tu pay and no loss bybody,debts well to plunge the garment into strong muted lrom a month a hentence, and 10 fall tie can seltyou goods cheaper than any NEW RIQS AND HORSES salt water and leave it thero all night, demerits will cancel ono of tho days comUls prices before buying and get J?' rinsing it in the morning through two or muted. Of course most of tho prisoners is a Candidate ftr Jailer of Lincoln county and Have been purchased themselves three waters before washing it. No soap try to oeliave. 'l ho merit marks also ef ask. his friends Hot to commit at home and to any urnoutt will leave the and nothing but stable. work. one else, as he it forced to stay should bo rubbed directly uj)on tho gar- fect promotion to higher grades, and u His candidacy is subject to the action ol the Demment, and any goods of delicate color rule that tho women know well is "tho ocratic party. Give Hi Having purchased the should be dried in tho bhade. higher tho grado tho greater tho priviThere is a new silk called muscovite, leges." Those in grado 4 aro allowed which has a very solid though fine body, lights in their rooms evenings. At tho with Mnall bouquets of tiny flowers in end of tho first month a new prisoner is Seven Shares Capital Stock of CRAB ORCHARD Of J. W. Ramsey, lam Increasing thestockas the watteau patterns. Tho grounds to allowed to minglo with tho rest while at fast as possible and will oun have it Light & Ice Co. "' xiwhili. Stanford Water, this stylo of silk aro always in sonio work. Tho kinds of plain Par- - soft neutral tint, of which a silvery needlework women do all shirtmaking Svnper cent dhidind guaranteed. I Here is esjtecially Carriage Painter and Trimmer, green is one of tho prettiest and sago laundry work, chair caning, domestic no better or safer stock AK,'l'.Vi..I VY ..Jfr!'ikin',?0f. v1eMe,e' ,Pa'"l trimmed and re Stanlord, Ky. green next. 4, work, etc. Thero is a farm connected "V'eOH at my store on Lancater street and I will '''"'n Sicnt. natltlactlOn euiranl...,! In "J ornamental Somo of tho heliotropes shade off into with the prison, and tho best behaved sake it to your interest to trade with me. both wu, kiii mithlp and price. Shop on main street, over.Wm. true mauve, and this by gaslight appears prisoners are allowed to do farm and Uaugherty's blacksmith thop, Stanfor. , Ky. '1 his lamed Summer Resort, with its W.C. HUTCHINCS. to bo a delicate roso leaf pink, and onoof dairy work. All tho products not needj Mrayed lrom my pre mines about the 1st of July tho most exquisite little frocks of tho ed there are sold. A. G. Lanhan a pale Keil .Milk, Cow anil a nriier 01 wmnuior John B. Castleman. season was mado of a heliotrope India A A class for illiterates is held an hour springing to calve. will gi'ea liberal reward Healing Waters and Restful Surwool which was striped with silk, and each day. It aims to teach women to for inlormition that will recover the e OEOROE A. BENEDICT, this stripe was crinkled liko crape. read in tho hopo that they will lo more it Stanford, Ky roundings, ,1 Around tho bottom was a floral pattern likely to stay off tho street when out of in which several shades of green and prison. Thero is a good library for tho ! In A 3 o yellow predominated. The skirt was uso ot prisoners. . H .X A A ! made quite plain and gathered at tho Chapel exercises take placo every day, work. Cibinet Come to Rowland for waist. Tho floral pattern on it was util- nnd on Sundays thero nro regular serv- size only Ji $0 per dozen; Card Si. I will make Saturday at same nufinw. t 'rah ized to make tho upper part of the sleeves ices, both Catbolio and Protestnnt. rates. Honinc theOrchard everytake advantage of Health and pleasure beekert will find this cltirens will anil a yoke. and encourage me m my good uorks, Thero nro often christenings of children these rates I am, respectfully. Another novelty is a taken the with their FRANK CORDIER. AN ADMIRABLE PLACE &CASTLEM AjN with n heavily cordedstripe of fine, wool or borntothero,prison occasionally mothers silk stripe emnnd a burial silvery flowers. I noticed tervice. bossed with MANAGERS, To recover their wonted health and energies ami ono pattern particularly that .had a soft Tho women's hair is not cut, but they at the same tune tecuro ijunt, home like fare at Louisville cage leaf ground of fine wool with raised aro required to keep it neat, Tboir Commerce Building, fruit figure in silvery white flowers shaded off Iresses are of bluo gingham, a differ-inc- o The finett underbelt of Newif Mexico. No fall irrigation properly attended urc in erupt Agents throuif tout the South. ATto palo heliotropo with shaded green in tho check being noticeable be- to. All frultt grown in California can be grown l'r ce of Board from $; to $i periweek, lea ves. Tho flowers were about 4 inches tween different grades. In winter they In New Mexico, except oranget and leinont. Fo furlhjr inlorinauon apply to Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, Land from $ to $30 per acre on 10 years' time, at double or address, shoulder GUS HOKMANN, W. . TXIBBLI, Looal Agsnt, across nntl were iniim petunias and wearsign of shawls, but no collars or 0 per cent- - Call on R.C. MORGAN. D. D. S., There are threo or the ben Barbers In the Slats - trim In liPrfrMiAnnHint mf. ny ornament. I here are also excellent Bath Rooms Stanlord, Ky. run In conCrab Orchard, Lincoln County Ky. '.STANFORD, KY. teru of greenish gray had pink and sil- nection. Agent lor I eimgton Steam Laundry, Annie Isabel Wilus. Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning t s:top. m. LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Associa- wmm Norlh-bouo- ber lozenges raised upon tho surface. As nrtlstlc and beautiful ns are thess umerent fabrics in hcliotropo iihades, very few persons can wear them unless thoyput something elso next tho faco, and nothing is so usoful or becoming for that as lace. In spito of tho effort to rovivo elbow nnd flowing sleeves, it has been found imtKwsiblo, and no sleeves are nindu thai do not reach tho wrist. But many ladies have their gloves reach to tho elbows, and that answers tho purposo when a very dressy effect is desired. Tho gloves all button, and very rarely is a suede glove seen for full dress. In fact, not very many ladies wear gloves now in tho daytime, and they wear them in tho evening under protest. Among tho novelties for early fall I notice no end of dainty nml fanciful caps which ladies are to wear at homo afternoons instead of mornings, as they used to do. Theso are the veriest trifles. But, oh, how pretty they atfl Laco of tho most ethereal sort is tho foundation, with bits of ribbon and perhaps a flower, or maybo tho softest fluff of a palo tinted feather. Thoy are very becoming to every one, old and younir. Heniuette Rousseau. lit-tl- o deli-cat- o Last fall I was taken with a kind of summer DR. a. comnlalnt, accompanied with a wonderful my wife's sistor, who lives Soon alter with us, was taken In the same way. We used almost everything without benefit. Then I said We.will MornICE .. Ut us try Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar c rhoea Remedy, which we did and that cured us lb. right away. I think much of it as it did for me Years. Used Successfully what it was remommended to do, John Hertt'er. In Stanford and Rowland and by 50 lbs, soc per Bethel, Berks Co , Pa. j and f cent bottles for 50 lbs. and 100 lbs 15c per 100 lbs. We are very Will arrest disease, prevents disease, expels sale by W. II. Mc Roberts, Stanford. manxiui lor past patronage ami respectfully re- worms, stop cough, Inctcate the flesh and hasten quest Its continuance. Will deliver from lb up, maturity. Prices.- - $1, to, $1. a; and 30 cents per rackage; i Mr J C Boswell.one o( tho best known and MRS. JANE BARROW A CO. can lis 30 The largest packages are tnott respected cltirens of Rrownwooil, Texas, cheapest. For sale by suffered with diarrhtca tor a long time and tr.ed A. R. PENNY. many different remedies without beneCt, until -:- 97stanlord, Ky Chamlierlaiu's Chollc, Cholera and Dla.rb.es Remedy was used; that relieved him at cn;e. For salo by V. B. McRoberts, Druggist, Stanlord English and Classical lor malts and females. SPLENDID FARM diar-rhtr- ITOTICXI l-2- JOS. HAAS' HfV Deliver ing at Every per Hog & Poultry Remedy !! IP Fifteen 1 Garrard Lancaster, College, n FOR PRIVATELY. tltutt-edo- n ii TO t, Ten-nets- e 1 THE GOFFEY HOUSE I rctix-ctfull- P. HUFFMAN JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. n, i Blue-Gras- s W. F. $100 XIXW.AJEID. s j t m JOsokidy pure J. Original Jelllco Coal. DINK FARMER TO TH 1 LATHS. post-offic- e TcHfilP PRICE, W.DEBORD F. ELKIN, Largest Bst Selected C. D. FOWXX.I., caarzRAi. storz, JNO. BRIGHT Commercial 1 Hotel, Stanford, Kentucky, E. KENNEDY, s J. BAUGHMAN, W.L. INSURANCE AGENT . m First-Cla- ss llow-Tan- d JOHN BAILEY, MILLINERY. I jt-ty- r, JOHN 3IERSHON nrtt-cla- st nuts-Po-l. de-r- Tho Sh.9lton House, EM3IETT 1 goo-I- s m The Ptople of Stanford 1 " " PETER Uw Millinery. THE RILEY HOUSE sub-jec- 1 T. NEWLAND, Lim-o'- r. .-. riun. F. NORTH, HARVEY mil JOHN DcNARDI, 1 1 T. J. HATCHER COME to SEE ME. : first-cla- cm a Call. Grocery Business FOB. SALE. " Complete in Every ticular. REWARD. 1 SPRINGS. Now Open for the Guests. Re-ccptioii'of - I I ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. As . E3 Insurance Company PHOTOGRAPHS first-clas- i-- s LriClJ. ML -- 1 BARBEE Th. Poo Valley. Reasonable Rates. 1 l"-f- l tttEZ. r t. .Vr'-.tl- v s -- visTtstsaw. aaj L.