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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893080401 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. Semi-Weeklvol. xxi. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 4. 1893. NO. 45 ROGKCASTLE COUNTY rela- WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. LIBERTY. MT. VERNON, Fine rains In the country, with hut little in town. Tho insurance HKcntn luivi arrived nud aro adjusting tho recent losses by fire in" a satisfactory manner. A BliRht improvement lias been reported in the condition of Bro. Frank, and there are hopes of his recovery. The teachers inntitute has been in session during tho week. Tho exercises A Uro are held at tho number of teachers aro in attendance and it deep Interest is taken in tho court-house. ;. Mrs. W. B. SuiUti is visitln I lives in Wayne. Mr. W. IJ. another dwelling on "Siuithfleld," suburb. Smith will soon build our Mrs. Homlind Nesbitt is a candidate for the olliceof superintendent of schools of Rockcastle comity. The examination of applicants for Hiiperintenuent's ollico was held at tho court-housSaturday by Judge Lnir and i Dr. Lovell. The Messrs. Bowers' steam traction a The citizens held a meeting at the courthouse Saturday and appointed a committee to devise ways and means to prevent the destruction of property by fire and otherwise, with instructions to report nt a meeting to bo held on Saturday next. Auything that can creato a senna tion at 'iThls wesk, plplnjt time of peace," is worthy of tho highest consideration. A change la sometimes desirable, tho' it be merely to move from one side of tho street to tho other. At nil event, when times are hard, mony warco and business dull, many a poor fellow hns nothing to lose and overythinc to cin by chanKlnR his abode, or starting out in quest of profitable employment else where. It has been snested that a colony from Central Kentucky might be formed for the invasion of Oklahoma, composed chiefly of youn people whoeo means were limited and who were will- In to take their chances In tho battle of life by a reliance upon Providence and the exercise of their own energies and wits. It will not bo long till Oklahoma is admitted as a tnte and while it seems to be in the centre of tho abodes of u multitude of tho sayago tribes of tho freat West, It will soon tako rnnk with the other States that have recently been received into the list of States, and enjoy all the blessings of true civilization. The Choctaws, L'herokees, OhickAfaws, Klckapoos, Pottawatomie, Oheyunnea, Arrapahoes, Kiowas.Commanches, Apaches, Creeks, Crows, Sioux ami other tribes are grouped around the Territory, but there is no probability of their goinx on tho war path, at least as long aa thoy aro well fed and clothed by Undo Sam. Tho Cimarron and Canadian rivers flow through tho Territory and it Is said to bo well watered and tho ell mate delightful tho year round. The ttoil is fertile und.iho prospect of a rich find in minerals should he neouraging to those who care to employ their time In looking after the precious metals. If this colony should bo organized it will and there is no doubt bo will bo able to hold that Kentuckians their own, us they have u way of standing together and accomplishing pretty much everything they undertake. An individual with plenty of money can live anywhere, but tho advice of Horace Greeley to "Go West, young man," peculiarly appropriate at this time when ii is so dillieult to obtain employment of nuy kind. Tho probabilities ire that much ol tho lough element that rushed into tho Territory for purposes of speculation when It was opened, have left and tint their places have been tilled by a better class of people generally. Sem-inole- )' The Pino Hill Coal Co. has suspend ed work for the Fall months. Mr. W. C. Turpiu and wife, of East Bernstadt, aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tate. Rev. A. J. Pike preached at Pine Hill Slllldav lliirht. Urn. .Instnrs flllpd ,j9 appointment at the Christian church R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. dress. Saturday night and Sunday. 0ANVILLE. The picnic here last Saturday gotten For county judge Logau Caldwell, up for the benefit of the Brodhead brasp band was quite a succeKS. About 1,000 the Incumbent, who was selected by the persons were in attendance. They took magistrates to 1111 the unexpired term of James 15. McFerran, and John M. Van HI f'.l.i. Dr. I. S. Burdett has been reported Meter are tho only annouueed candias about ready to go to the World's Fair dates, but one or two others are expectfor some time, hut since a certain young ed to come out, and then the fun will be ening. lady is visiting our town, tho attraction fast and furious. Owing tdtho stringency of tho times Miss Nannie Barbee, a distant relaseoms to he bj great that it is now the railroad company has ordered the thought tho Dr. will tive of Stevenson, has Assisted by Miss Ella May Saunders and Mr. Thomas Lasley, we not get oil'. ballast business closed down for the withdrawn from the contest for the Dan- are now ready to offer for sale, by retail or wholesale the stock of e have a few voters around Brod- ville prefent. All departments of the railroad nud W. S. Dowutou has head who say they can not vote the entered service lias neen reduced ten per cent the fight, which is now made up in operating forte and expenses. It is democratic ticket any more from the fact of Messrs. Downton, George D. Mahan to be hoped that a resumption of ballast that there a great many banks in the and Capt. Thomas Bell. They are all business will soon occur, as it distributes country breaking and that wheat io only conlident, but none of them is yet able 1(1 to 15 cents a bushel and it to say just where Mr. McCreury stands, several thousand dollars in this county worth and has not rained for some time. Of course and monthly. that is tho important point. Mrs. Georgia Itice has returned from the democratic party now in power is To Chicago via the Lakes. The a visit to Lexington. Klder J. V. lliatt responsible for all these troubles, notis ill. Mit-- M.ty Adams has been tho withstanding it lirtfl not been able to pas greatept trip to the greatest fair on earth and a ride; Detroit to Chicago guest of Miss Gertie Weber this week. a national law for :13 years. -- R. L. Thompson, who is conductor Mh.sS.iHie Cook visited Mrs. Rosalind in the grandest palSce steamers on the Nesbitt last week. Mrs. Cuppa returned on the L V N., is at homo with his fam Lakes. Picturesque eceuery. Eeturning Mr. Alex ily for a few days. Among those report- from Chicago direct, all rail; or you can Groceiies, &c, recently run by Messrs. Stephens & Knox, at Rowto Louisville Wednesday. Morrison visited Bro. Hardin last week. ed on tho sick list this week are Dr. go to Chicago by rail and return via the land, Ky , but now in Stanford, opposite the Coffey House, at prices Misses S.illio, Mattie, May and Vinnie Beuton, W. II. t'olyor, John Frith, Bro. Lakes and Detroit. Berth and meals in- that no merchant will meet. You all know that this stock is in our Adams are attending tho Danville fair. Pike and A. J. Bakei's baby ,;but all am cluded between Mackinac and Chicago. hands to Judge Win. K. Walker bus accepted Dr. J. M. Williams has returned to Lou- convalescing except the baby referred Round-trirate from Cincinnati $21 ;0 via Toledo anil boat :!0l" leas.) For fur tho place of general storekeeper and isville. Mr. J. S. Stevens, operator, is lo- to. Miss Bebsio Van Winkle, of Kirks-villis a guest at the Albright House ther information ask and C, If. & D. R. guuger, heretofore held by cated at I'.creu. this week. Sho anticipates getting up h R. agent, or address K. O. McConuick, John Taylor, of lUchmoud. It pays LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. :S a day. I). R. R , Cincin- So you have an opportunity to be benefitted by the misfortune of our music clubs here. Mia Nannie Perkins, G. P. T. A.. C, II. of Waynesbtirg, is viaiting her O. Hoyle, son of tho Squire, w.h nati, Nat. friends, and we ask you to call on us as we know we can save you Bell it Couklings Comedy Co. wits Mis. John Perkins. Richard Pike, fined Silo and ordere to tho work lions at the opera house on Wednesday and O.sk first class fare, with $2 additional money. of Pino Hill, is moving into tho Woodall for shooting into the yard of II. T. Noel. Thursday nights. for the round trip Harvest Excursions, The shots barely missed I.eteher Owsley l!ev. Haydeii, formerly of Danville, property on tho Mt. Vernon road. Aug. Sept. 12th aud Oct. 10th. The Assignee. and Lucien Noel. 4 and Miss Nellie 1'itiuau will ho married Wisconsin Central Lines will run low MIDDLEBURG. John L. Anderson, dem , and Louis at Pittsburg, Aug. Kith. rate Harvest Excursions on tho above McMurtry, rep., will be tho candid Ues P. V Stillingsand W. K. Hardin are r is as polite as a dates to points in Minnesota, North aud Our now for superintendent of public scluols. the lant of the mail routers home, both "basket of chips" and seems perfectly at South Dakota. Tickets will lie good 20 Tho former has h'ld tho ollico several looking healthy and happy. home at the business. days from date of sale, with stop over torniB and has proved a fiiithfrl and Geo. W. Baker is the only demoA rolreshing shower of ram fell here privileges to points west of St. Paul and officer. r cratic candidate fir tho legislature and Sunday, though a and a Minneapolis. For full information adWin. Hundley, aged tlo years, and will get there if Uockcastlo county does " is badly needed just now. dress any of the Company's representathe father of a largo family, was arrested her duty. Prof. J. X. Hull', Misses Nannie and tives, or James O. Pond, Gen. Pass, aud onaclmrgoof incest, preferred by his Kev. James Barrett has been preach- IAMti Fogle and Rev. W. M. Vines at- Tkt. A gt .Chicago, III. eldest child, May, a young girl 17 ye.irs ing at tho court house for several nights tended tho Sunday-schoo- l convention at Nashville, Tenn., .March 0, 1S!):. The old. Great excitement prevailed and it and is having a large attendance. He is Kuhnnka Friday and Saturday. , New stock, styles and shades. Stock Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn,, for a time that Judge Lynch a Baptist. wbb thought Win. Fredrick, aged ,C0 years, died Gentlemen: I have had muscular rheu ma.ko short work of Hundley, would A special term of court has been matism and indigestion for a number of but cooler heads prevailed and tho pris- called by Circuit Judge Clark for Aug. at his home near Mt. O.ive, this county, years and had lost hopes of ever finding Sunday. His remains were brought here any relief, as tho most skilled physicians jail. At his 21 till. Only a specified oner waa landed safely in number of civil and interred in the cemetery just westoi had failed in my case, but I am happy to examining trial ho waa hold to tho cir- cases will bo tried. state that your Antiseptic has made a ' nl.l ,.l.;t.l nt Ir.1... I I.tlll - town. cuit court. Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, J VIM J.. ijllllll J. u IMIII J . !.,John and Nelson Wilcher complet. complete cure and 1 do most heartilv dram died last week after a few days' aro not soulless recommend it to all for rheumatism and All corporations Landreth's Garden Seed at s of tan ed tho getting nut of So' Felton, of tho Cincinnati South- illness. Also an infant of O. H. GritliiiH bark in Lee county and returned homo indigestion. I will gladly answer all inquiries in regard to your Antiseptic. ern, has issued an order announcing that dieil Monday night and was buried Tues- Friday. They say that notwithstanding Yours respectfully, W. K. Batemau, :?10 day. 9 every otnployo of tho road will be given Ben J. Johnson, John F. Pigg, the low price of hark, thoy made some Broad street." For Bale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. New'.Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. a leave of absence of one week with a Baker, S. A. Lovelace and W. D. money. continuance of Balary and iree transpor-tatio- Weaver were examined Saturday as to The pastor, Klder J. (J. MontgomeIn the trial of the murderders of e I). U. CAMHIKLL. r. L. AUSTIN. to and from the fair some time a protracted meetOliver, at Morgunfield, the court has qualifications for county school su- ry, is being assisted in From each department their it closes. perintendent. Mr. Weaver is the pres- ing at the Christian church' by Rev. eoemlngly ruled from the very jump in oue or two will go each week until all ent superintendent and the only demo- Hopkins. Bro. Montgomery will preach favor of the accused assassins. This is have gone. K"ch employe will have tho crat in tho lot. at Grove Sunday at U o'clock. Rev. W. what makes mobs so reluctant to trust memc& lulvih'KO of taking with him two L. Roberts, Jasper Black, James M. Vines preached at the house of Miss the punishment of such fiends to the bers of hi family. The ilret excursion Tuttle, Isaac Clonso and Tip Jones, of es Lucy and Amanda Perkins, on Car courts. Owensboro Messenger. will go this week. Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st.; wareroom, paint Tuesday. The report comes from Lexingtou Clay county, while drunk shot a young penter's Creek, Bhack Vi' ani Takk a Tonic Yon and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. will be man named Bon Hocker whilo passing will feel like a new man if you will take that another interesting chapter A passenger to the World'a Fair Howerton-Ker- r Roberta' house. The shooting was done Stockton's antiseptic and get your blood added to the Bourbon county sleeping car by thoroughly clean. It is a Hue tonic, chapter in question from a window, without warning, and surprised the others in a scandal. The increasing the inhabitants of the earth and cleanses the whole system. s tho reun- Hocker will probably die. All the will be that which chronicles We guarantee Sign Work, artistic and plain, --i while the train wa3 running 40 miles an Ask A. 1!. Penny for it. A'specialty. in jail. are and wife. ion of the estranged husband name of Polonl-uhorn. The car bore the will work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. Near Newark, O., the boiler of a ih.mIi.. too. that Mrs. Howerton The public debt increased over th- and the youngster waa immediately threshing machine hurst, killing six received a?ain in Paris society should 000,000 last month. be CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky called Polonius Frazier. men. he return to her luiBbaud. -- s, engine with thresher passed through town yesterday. Thoy report a good yield of grain in their circuit. Tho ballast company aro still in the ring and are making preparations for running three crusliura as soon as the railroad is ready to receive tho product. Tho prisonerc who escaped from jail hero last week accomplished their work by cutting a hardwood handle of a dipper into the shape of tho jail key, which worked to a nicoty. Two of tho escaped men aro yet at large. Messrs. Hugh Miller and Jas. Maret were in the city Monday to meet Superintendent Pike, Chief Kngineer Mont-for- t and President Smith to confer on business matters in connection with tho various crushers on tho line. Several new residences will soon adorn tho vine clad hills of Livingston. Mr. John Cook will soon complete an elegant house south of the depot; in the same vicinity Mr. Champ Mullltis is improving his real estate by erecting two neat cottages. Mr. W. II, Bower, who has been with the Signal for some time, has resigned and is succeeded by Mr. Y. (J. Freeman, of Atlnnta. Mr. Bower is an all around printer and a good telegraph operator. He will shortly go to work for the railroad company. Mrs. Other Sweeney left for Ash Grove, Mo., Tuesday, where she will reside, Mr. Sweeney having decided to locate there as a druggist. Mr. Bert mid wife, of Livingston, are visiting relatives in Qhio. Mr. M. is of the lumber firm of Mathesou Bros which is doing h large business. The.Mt. Vernon Lima Co. has just receiven 2,000 empty barrels from Ohio for the shipment of their product. The season has not been very brisk with the lime company, owing to strikes at and the stringency in the money afiairs throughout tho country, but their piospects for future business are brighttwo-stor- y Math-cHon Llv-insto- Mr. A. Lipe is now the proud owner stone Suuday. of a fine Jersoy gobblpr. Any person Mr. E. E. Nelson is visiting his old wishing to get hold of this new kind of homo in Kint Tennessee. turkey would do well to call on Mr. A party of young ladies spent last Llpe. Saturday at Mahan Station. The frame work of R. T. Pierce's i Tho L. k N. has had its bridge hero grand three story hotel is now fcbeing treated to n now coat of Paint. erected. It will when completed over.Mrs. John Oreokmore died .at her shadow all the other buildings in Liberhome in Pleasant View Monday morn- ty, except the court-housing. County Attorney God'uey informs Quite a "party went from hero to the us that a letter has been received from Falls Tuesday morning to spend a few the State Board of Equalizition fixing it days. all rightabout tho 11 per cant, additionMr. C. C. Lawson went to Corhin al tax; it has heou taken oh" according to KUler K. Terry preached nt Whet- HMunn - SHELBTVILLE, KY.-- An h School for Girls. Sixty-nintAnnual Session opens Wednesday, Sept.Cth. 1VJ3. Prepares for WelleIry. W. T. POYNTKR. and Class-le- al H e. college, This west of tho AlleKhanles, opens Its seventy-fourt- h hcsslon Septombor 13th. Nearly 1,'JOO Alumni. C.OOO students oducuted. Threo full courses, Clussical, , rv U IJ1I11ITUU Ita IIUIUUI lmnni fnl lnrriL.I. 1U ln twentv-Ilv- o Kenrosentntives In 7Joucrcsi. IIvo TJ. S. Bonators. snven Oovarnors of Ktatos, two of U. S., ono Justice of D. S. Supremo Court. Thojpast year was tho most prosperous in Its history. Twelvo professors In faculty, Gov. Knott, I Jr. Younirand Warrall. No liquors sold In tho county. Jorc.it.tlouonnd further Information, address Key. Dr. C. Yoang, Danville, Ky. lJ11BuC A y- CENTRE COLLEGE Danvill. tho oldest historic mm tfnt L. 11 U Lf 1 X Vice-Preside- Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 5th I Monday to commence the school at that place Miss L. M. Myers, of 'Woodbine, be gan school in one of tho town districts last Monday. Franklin, the little daughter of Mr. K. K. Watkius, is very sick and not expected to live. Mr. R. S. Crawford returned from Pineville Sunday, whoro ho had been attending circuit court. Tho union services wijre held at the Methodist church Wednesday evening. Rev. Geo. Ames preached. Tickets from hero to Knoxvillo and return next Suuday for Jl.a5, giving about 11 hours in the city. The annual M. K. conferonco of this distict met here Wednesday evening and continues over Sunday. Bell fc Conkling's Comedy Co. gave an entertainment at the e on Monday evening to a small house. Tho Muldlesboro and Williamsburg base ball teams played their second game here Friday afternoon, which resulted in a score of 20 to (5 in favor of Middlesbo-ro- . court-hous- BRODHEAD. promise. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M President. Depositions are now being taken in a suit in chancery of N. D. Snow vs. 1893. Morse fc Willis. A good number of witnesses aro in attendance. There are GO Full corps cf Conservatory and Normal Sch'l teacher. Superior courses in Literature, Music and acres of land in controversy caused by Art. Excellent hoarding department. Catalogues and circulars furniihed on application. an overlap of lines. A jolly crowd from Middleburg, consisting of J. C. Collinsworth, Jas. Coul 3 ter, John W. Wilcher, Dr. I. C.I Dye, James W. McWhorter, Stove Goodman, Roy Spears and Leo Collinsworth, terminated a grand fiishing spree at Whipp's FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. Spring, on the river bank, Friday last. They were imitators of some Lexington A SCHOOL AND HOME FOll GIRLS. fellows who were here a short time since, Good Faculty; superior advantages'; a beautiful and healthful location. SpecUl course and special usiug the "spodgo" hook, but without inducements offered to those who desire to make teachcis. Our aim is to make our pupils thorough success, with the exception of Collins- The College has been recently rcfited, and a College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, M. O. THOMSON, Principal. worth. They only succeeded in secur- fcc.have been added. ing one small sucker. Collinsworth, .FOR. uowever, ai tne close, succeeded in hooking an immense cat fish, which broke the hook from the shaft and swam oil with it. Since writing the above we have authentic information that it was a hog that Collinsworth, looking dimly thro' a dark colored glass, mistook for n cat fish and jerked his book into its leg. Still later news comes that it was the fine blooded, sow that Collinsworth ruined with his spodgo hook. It took John W. Whipp, with the aid of two stout colored men, much time and labor to extract the hook. A heavy suit for damages is 'expected in the circuit court, which convents here next Monday. Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. Ad- CHMISTIAN mUiJ>Ei Sustoxiville, Xy. Fancy Groceries,Breai,Cal:es,Fies Candies, Lunches, Fruits, &c, Widow-Napier'- s CALLONR.ZIMMER THE BAKER. A Good Meal for 25 Cts. i ti i Assise Sale! Vice-Preside- post-ollic- e, I I s 1,000-mil- e Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Caps, p e, sister-in-la- 1 2-- M, W. H. HIGGINS, post-maste- ulli-cie- SEASONABLE GOODS. PAPERS ALABASTINE "clod-soake- river-raiser- WALL I ! -- Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. I V vn-i- i r car-load- Bu-fu- s Wo Bo MoMDBBBJBWfli n Ah-bi- bo-fo- re NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL AUSTIN, Fro'r. House Painting and Paper Hanging par-tit- b ?J ... ..,. ' n ii ' iu i). munji i"NffW - iu ' ,T. ' " ' ' . . "Wf ' i'i h ' . n ii ffrm&)ffmsi9mm ? JIT f' . SMVS; ft . '"V? T1r,: , V Vf V V l Vd X ' lit , . 'ft JR. ifP lbs - b f t 'ft 1 fH Newton, who killed Hnrt Crouch at No wondkk the boys are getting impaINTERIORJOUKNAL tient for tho loaves and fishes, when High Bridge, was hold in $5,000 bail and they read the statement that of the 230 is now iu jail at Nicholasvllle, Felix Poole, a notorioua white char clerks in the Second Auditor's office at August 4, 1RH3 Washington less than 'Jo are democrats acter, waB lynched in Ohio county for Stanford. Ky white girl. and that of the 327 consular positions, assaulting a Tho State of Massachusetts at one only 117 are held by tho men who voted V. P. WALTON. for u change. These things ought not time previous to tho revolution claimed 83 to be and if they long continue tho the Pacific ocean as its western boundShoes, kick will be so loud and prolonged that ary. Goods, of Robert Morris, a negro barber at those clothed in authority will heed cj'c, it is too late. What's the use, pray, Fiudlay, O., attempted auieido because of winning a victory nnd enjoy none of his brother deacons and tho pastor ot his church were too attentive to his the fruits thereof? Mr. Wattekson sajs with nil the force wife. Tiik announcement of the candidacy imparted by the addition ofdoublo leads Near Montgomery, Texas, three nethat those who think that the repeal of Mrs. Hosalind Keppert Nesbitt for tho groes attacked the house of M. Marsh, Hock-casround-tri- p to nlono of the Sherman silver purchase office of school superintendent for killed him, ravished his wife, murdered county reminds us that there is no hia infant and cut out tho tongue of his bill will remedy the existing evila in our finances will bo disappointed. The mal- bettor educated or more accomplished 0 year-olchild. One of the negroes was ady is much more deeply seated. It lady in Kentucky, nnd nouo of her age caught and lynched. an not bo bo Bpeedily cured and he is who has done more for the cause of educaJudge Stein fined the directors of not a wIbo doctor who would hold out tion and common schools. She is tho World's Fair responsible for closing a woman of rare administrative the fair on Sunday in violation of his Come to see of we any such hope. Undoubtedly specific remedies can be applied to allay itnme. ability and being thoroughly qualified injunction, $1,000, with committal to jail one. to to diate suffering. But the. disease, which for the position she seeks, our neighbors in default of fine. Officers of tho fair for half a generation hap been pursuing could not do better than gratify her am- were fined smaller amounts. its deadly ravages, tightening ls grip bition Webster county furnished two killand multiplying is evils, will require ings in one day. Carroll Gibson was Tiik judge dismissed the young women pyetematio treatment, and if tho patient, who interfered while arrested for smoking on tho streets in shot by hid eon, who is still young and robut, yields to wife, and we been Louisville, saving that while they were he waa quarreling with his this, we may expect a cotnpleto recovdied from the ellecta of n unit go to acting in accordance with the canons James Bassett goods ery. Meanwhile, and taking everything not given by his brother-in-laof society, they were violating no law. blow on the head of nt the best, we may as well prepare for a is a social offense that carries its would-b- e Come to see period of convalescence, more or less This Near Antigo, Wis., William with it. Nobody has prolonged. Dr. Cleveland is a good doc- own punishment ina farmer, animated by an You respect for a young woman who tor, as doctors go, and Dr. Carlisle has any a filthy mouthed, sane fear that his family would starve, and even the reputation of large experience and a smokes not deign to murdered his wife and three children practice; but neither the one heastlv old chewer would growing with an ax while they were asleep and nor tho other has ever raised the dead, kiss one. attempted to kill himself by jumping or performed any actual miracle in the Bro. lliciiAKDsoK, of the Glasgow from tho roof of hia barn. healing art, whilst Congress, as a hospital Times, iu response to our article says During the months of Jouuary, Febhas always borne a bad character among he "has not been, is not and will not bo ruary and March, the last three mouths intelligent people, who know it to be a candidate for the Legislature." We of Gen. Ratlin's administration of the : : of email ambi- med such men as Richardson in tho the rather a pension bureau, 31,813 original pension tions and Belfish intrigues than a General Assembly, but wo think ho does certificates were tailed. For the months s A. UKHANSKY, dispensary for national aches right in not hankering after the of April, May and June, tho first three and pains. No president ever had a of office. Judge Lochren's administramonths of greater opportunity. The wave which tion, but 17,015 original certificates have field W. A.Tribble's mare beat NOTES. NEWSY bore him to power and on whose crest -- : been issued. full at Danville Wednesday. he is uplifted, took its atart in the minds At Council Blufls, la., an unknown O , George Labus, of Youngstown, At Mt. Sterling tho firm of Gillespie men, gathering volume as of of a single bumble man walked into a prayer meeting and tk Stith, stock dealers, and each of tl.e peo- died from the effects Ri iki ,c i.s. W. A. Slaymn it rolled through the hearts of the with a drawn revolver ordered the con- partners individually, lrn-- assigned. kcr, A. G. Huffman, J. C. McCU-ry- , moment as it bee Bting. ple, and it pauses for a Gold is coming our way. The steam- gregation to throw up their hands. Bro. The firm's liabilities nre estimated Bt25.. J. V. I'crin. J. W. Wallace, neara the Bhoro. Speed the president on Gall, who was leading in prayer, arose 000 to 10,000. er Majestic is heading this way with duty, let the cowards loiter where to hia John Ncwland, J. N. Mcucfcc, K. robber. and grappled with tho would-baboard. Fok Salk. Southdown buck, bn d G, Waller, Win. Rice;, W. C. Ah-bethey may. Bo tho wisdom of the The paid admissions to the World's Gaff proved too much for the rascal, from the beet herds of Kentucky, mien t . in his brain, the glow of paeaion in Fair during T. H. Meals, H. K. Wearcn, clutches ami the first three months of its who finally got out of his McGratli, Davenport, Clay nnd Fisher W G. Raney. A. J. Karp. his heart, and God over all I life. ran for dear existence were 7,000,000. last buck used premium buck at I.exlng-According to Poor's Manual there L. C. Boslkv, of this county, was reg r i ton Fair. F. Reid. As hard as tho times are in these of railroad track in tho I .very one guaranteed. Special Kanpi City lire destroyed tho suspensions and low istered at the Kentucky building of tho nro 175,223 miles At days of bank United States, with liabilities of ?I1,0SS,- - ftock yards and horse and mule market. ' inducements now offered. priceB for wheat, Col. E. I'olk Johnson World's Fair Wednesday. ' The Union National has been made 033,000. To equip them there are 35,7V? Thirty-liv- e horses, 30 sets of hnrnefs, maiutains his innate honesty and refue-o- b the government depository at Louisville locomotives, 20.321 passenger cars and crtttlo cars and a carload of hay were. to accept a glitteringofler from a RowH. WEAREN & CO. 1.10S.SG7 freight cars. The number of consume!. The lo.sa is J20.000, insur- an county man to furnish him a lot of i l place of the one suspended. while constructed in 1S92 was Michael Cuddy, near Sellersburg, miles tho list of questions to be asked appliof miles built in any Tuesday was the most exciting day! school certificates, Iud., was mistaken for a burglar and the greatest number cants for common in many years on the Chicago Boarl of j his un- single year whs 12.S73 in 1SS7. which he thinks he cm readily dispone waa shot and instantly killed by Congressman Johnson, of Ohio, has Trale. In less than 10 minutes meS of at "40 to 50 dollars." The colonel is cle. White Sulphur prepared a bill which provides that any pork dropped between ?.- anil ;w a nar-- i The Greenbrier besides.so offended at this reflection on government bonds may depos- rel, and no one seemed to know where of his integrity that he has forwarded the Springs, W. Va., have been purchased holder national treasury and re- the slump would stop. Individuals and and will by R. T. Wilson, of New York, for ;S00,-00- it them at the want to reduce my lar'g-- stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, letter to the proper authorities ceive their face value in currency. While firms of great wealth were fowled over make the inscal suffer the endeavor to Call and examine the stock. of them all was and offer them at prices never so low Alf Johnson was waylaid and shot the bonds are so held they shall not like ninepins. fine of not less than $30 nor more than is pre- the daring millionaire operator, "Jack" draw interest. When the owner Ladies' watches former pi ice $50 now J?.jooo; $100 for such offenses made and provid- near MiJdlesboro. The object of the pared to redeem them he may return Cudahy, whose failure, it is said, will in Ladies' watches former price S3 5 now 27.00; murderers is supposed to liaye been ed. the money and receive his bonds, the no manner disturb. the Louisville inter-est- s Ladies' watches former price S25 now $17.50. of the Treasury, CaliTiik with which he is connected. His Morton's barn currency thus returned being canceled. co Charley Foster, is a beautiful speciSolid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the wealth was recently estimated at $ of the American at Rhinebeck, N. Y burned with 100 Tho convention men of the republican statesman. He loss Leage assembled in Chicago with Guernsey cattle ami some horses; recently failed in business and it is now : in trie ;300ad : There were 100,000. over 800 delegates present or accredited, found that he overdrew his account with Danville Wednesday The lease of the Chesapeake, Ohio A from 12 States and Territories. Chair dlestallion purse at the bank he was running S 3t,000 and Southwestern railroad to the Newport up, leav-- i This sale will be made for CASH. Hring the money along with you. man Allen W. Thurman submitted a sort bht two of them failed to show allowed his clerks and a Mrs. Carter to iu lti to contest for the coveted four plan, to allow national y. Nowb & Mississippi Valley Co. has hem of A-. do to the same to the amount of ioM.000. shown hero -IFIEIILSriLSJ-cancelled. batiks to issue currency upon deposits moneys. Six of them were A republican paper says that as a busiamong the A boiler of an engine running a of gold and silver, tho scheme including for a similar purse and were ness man Banker Harper, who wrecked ring. It took two hours for thresher near Utica, O , exploded for alwo the free coinage of silver. A sub- bast iu the the Fidelity Bank and was sent up for 10 want of water, killing five men and fatalB. C.istleman and committee on resolutions decided to ig- the ju lgeB, Gen.JJohn years, was eminently respectable comCol. S.J. Look, of Louisville, and Mnj ly injuring a 6ixth. nore all questions except that of money, pared with Foster, who is both a swinR. B. Bond, of Carrolton, to decide, Miss Carrie Perkheiser, of Corydon, nnd to demand free coinage and the dler and hunkoist. But of such is the which were tho best four, and when of silver. Ind., pointed what she thought was an kingdom of the republican party. they did give their decision it was far empty pistol at her sister, saying, "Now, from giving satisfaction. In fact, it ws FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Tiik called session of Congress will I am going to kill you." She lived only the general consensus of opinion that meet next Monday, when under the ap- two hours. John Hill sold to Joseph Coll'ey a some of the very best horses were not It is safe to say that the men who portionment of the last census tho numcouple of milk cows for $55. considered at all. People differ, of coune, OF KVKRY DESCRIPTION. of members will be -- in excess of burned Secretary Smith in effigy in lS'KJ ber No. 2 red wheat is selling at 52J and in their opinions, but why bucIi Morses of rebel bullets in 1SC3. the 52d Congress, the total being 350, of were not in line No. 3 at 50c on track in Cincinnati. as E. P. Woods' Faglo Bird, G K AnKv-r- y Call and see them before buying. which 221 are democrats, 127 republi- Real veterans do not fight effigies. Lou thing in the grocery line Prewitt & Wood bought of Terhuue, derson's King Chester and Gay Brob,' isville Times. cans and 5 populists. If the democrats for sale cheap. of fat cattlo at 3c. Highland Denmark could be set aiido Miss Lula Brown of Atlanta, hung of Mercer, a bunch are agreed, they ought, with a majority Foil Sai,k. GOO bushels of nice whito for some of the horses that got ties is over all of nearly 100, be able to pass or herself to a tree in Ininan Park, near Seed Rye. Bright Ferrell, Stanford. perplexing indeed. The fortunate ones repeal any measure they wish with'ease that city, becauee she could not get B.iyles McChord's Madison T. M. Clarkson bought in Casey a were support of her work. She was the only and celerity. II. II. KING. cattle at 2A to 2c. CKOKCR 11. I'KKWITT. Squirrel 1st; J. P. Crenshaw's Monte bunch of widowed mother. Garrard, bought in the Christo, Jr., 2d; Bchstey Bros. k Hayes' Robinson, of Db. Eaton announces through his J. K. Seaman, the contractor, who tho Baptist Recorder, that although built the Gait House and other notable Hubblo vicinity a lot of shipping cattle Silver Tip 3d, and Buau Briiiumel, from the Kenmore Farm, Bardstown, 4th. he Bwora that he would ne'er consent to buildings in Louisville, died Tuesday. at 3c. MORELAND, KY., Sheriff Detherage 6old two cars of Matt. Cohen, who rode Madison Squirattend the World's Fair, because it open- The architect who designed most of them We have opened up a nice line ol ed on Sunday, he has consented to go. died n few days before. hogs in Cincinnati, says tho Richmond rel, was greatly rejoiced at his good luck while our own BeaJey Bros. A: Hays Now let tho coga of the wheels ot the Climax, at Go. William S. Campbell, who was func- -t Southdown Sheep, both were tickled almost to death. Nelson Foil Sai.k. universe proceed to resume their appointed consul at Rotterdam, Rowland rode their horse, Silver Tip, ons and the diurnal revolutions con- April 27, 1S13, is still in the pervice, sexes, from one to three years old. J. E. and made an excellent showing. , tinue. The country is saved and the Fair all the political changes that have Bruce, Stanford. We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get AiitlclimCfd llli. will be a success. A mink in one night killed 137 occurred since that time. Ilnverly Hullo, Annten, I'm glad 1 the most for the least money. Wagner, near lard ware was bought in car load lots The new corporation law requires all chickens owned by F. P. met you. I have just returned from tho which enables us to make very low prices. Salt bu. What claim baa a mnn upon a gov- banks in cities of 50,000 population and Springs City, Pa. 7 Si. 70. World's fair. ernment office who has not demonstrat- oyer to maintain a reserve of 25 percent. Miss Lizzie Myers has opened up Dress Making over our store and At the Tennessee Experiment StaI rim sorry, old man, hut I Austen ed hia fitness for making a living at All other banks are required to maintain tion they claim to have grown S23 bushinvites her friends to give her a call. haven't n cent. Life. homo? Georgetown Times. The claim n reserve of 15 per cent. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you of onions per acre. els that tho government owes them a supmoney. A Lexington firm shipped a quarter A l'rrrlout Souvenir. On account of low water no coal Iibh port. We have numerous and sundry been shipped from Pittsburg, l'a , for of n million bushels of wheat Monday to A. That lock of hair nndor tho glass . are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. uch charactera here, who ought to bo some bhado is, I presume, n precious pouvenir? News. time and as a result there are 20,- - Europe from Newport prosecuted for vagrancy. B. (perfectly bald) Certainly, It U dfc Best shipping cattle sell at 1J in 000,000 bushels ready for shipment, tho you bee! lloures DoCincinnati; heavy shipping hogs 5.10; one of my owu, factions at largest amount ever known. The Davidson-Mulliga- n rees. . Tho big Amoskeag mills at Manches- sheep 2 to ll and lambs 3 to Oc. Lexington havo combined and agreed of Capt. l'rutcil by i:it'rlence. -- Capt. T.'U. English bought ter, N. II., have suspended till Aug. 2S, on Judge Matt. Walton for tho Senate, Little Girl What is a dead letter, of land adjoining an excellent man, who will bo opposed throwing 8,000 operatives into idleness. G. W. Parrish 95 acres mamma? Run at J 10. by Col. John O. Hodges, also a deserv- Other mills, employing tho aggregate of his farm cm Quirk's Mnimnn Ono that has been given to In Square or round top, zinc or canvas E. P. Woods refused an offer of your father to mail. Vogue. ing and capable man, for the nomina- 3,000 men, havo also shut down. Tho bid of Cryer A Co., Frankfort, J2.000 for his splendid saddle stallion, tion. was accepted for the 100 new cells to be Eagle Bird, but he says money can't buy A llUlliK'Hiui Wltlmut n IMrtnrciico. Tiihve Kentucky newspapers havesiu-pende- d put in Maude Did ho marry her for her the penitentiary. They are to him. in the last two weeks. Like the Nelson, the owner of tho great stal- money? cost 55,000 and a certain number of And- banks, there are too many papers, aud a convicts are to be worked at 75 Leila No, for her father's. Kate cents a lion, Nelson, has in hia stable 10 of the Washington. little weeding out will help both busi- day. get of Nelson, 2:10, that ho has driven Field's nesses. The law of the survival of the Half of D. J. Curry's farm of 1,000 better than 2.30 thia year. A 1'roiUo. fittest enforces itself. acres near Harrodsburg was burned over An Ohio farmer says it iB poesiblo to This Ii tho time ot year when wo Get out our trunks anil don In canvas, rubber or leather. The report that Secretary Hoke Smith by a wild fire and a great deal of damage get SI a bushel for wheat by feeding it Our last year'H flannel suits that Is, prepared that much was hung in effigy at Rome, O., was done. The tire waa started by some to hogs, as properly If vro can Ret them an. -- Clothier and FurnUhK. greatly exaggerated and leads the N. Y. boys, who were trying to break up a grain will put 15 to 20 pounds on a porkit was a Hoax Myth. bumble bees' nest. Sun to remark that er. iEMI-WEEKL- Y v. The Louisville Store Dry Motions, Clothing, Boots, J 6 OR 8 PAGES. EVERY FBIDAT. be-fo- ro With its immense stock Caps, is offering J fats EXTRAORDINARY : INDUCEMENTS, secure a tle In low vrices, and if yon want d bo-sid- es Ticket to The World's Fair, Free, us and enable yon goods purchase will save you enough money on an ordinary bill OUR SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE, w. Nune-mache- r, still have a big stock of a success beyond our expectations, but Has room for our fall stock, and a call make summer that must a reasonable doubt that our fiigures convince you beyond the possibility us early and competitors. our are much lower than often. receive POLITE ATTENTION, NEW & EXCELLENT GOODS' And prices that will astonish you. bear-irarde- n well-regulat- flesh-pot- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Proprietor. I g VAPOR STOVES. I e e f ber-pe- nt 1 lnt-te- ztJh W. Great Clearance Sale. 0. 1 ro'-ber- y. SAME SWEEPING REDUCTION. 1 sub-treasur- y IR,. BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, TEE BEST M ADZ. WATER : COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. 1 pa-pe- r, KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, 1 orig-pall- y Dry de-api- CVc - KIITG PREWITT. TESLBSCOPffil3) H. J. McROBERTS. s -- yr-r '- - JtPv - Jtjy 1 iM nup j''?gw'Tr. 3 t Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal A FEW LOCAL ITEMS. August 1, act girl can have in 200 years if she put f I in tho bank every week and keeps hex eyo on it all the time. Farming is not such a pafe profession as many would havo us believe. A man named Richard Davis was buried during tho summer nt tho Bumgarner graveyard who vna instantly killed whilo fol lowing tho plow. Ho was going at a high rate of speed, the off innlo having secured the line under his or her tail, ai the case may be, when the plow struck a hickory root in such a way as to cruidi tho ribs of Mr. Davis by a blow from on of the handles, killing him instantly. A ago a fleshy man named Burdick of Transylvania county slid down a haystack and encountered a pitclifork standing against the stack, tines upward, but concealed by tho hay. The three tine of tho fork punctured the abdominal cavity, proving so fatal that his son It now running thu farm. It waa lie whe stood tho fork wrong end up by tho side of tho stack. Wo hopo that from thif little incident bo haa learned a valuable lescon. Another farmer, while finishing out a tall stack of grain this month and not over 20 mien from where tlte alove faux pas occurred, called to his son below to toss up a long stake shar'iened at the eud for the purpow of fastening the top sheaf on the stack. Tho son, who ie a retinsl pitcher, having had his nose knocked off while playing tho national game at Cincinnati, being in n sort oi brown study, pent it to first with such forc' that tho btako extended through tho lxtck of tho father over 10 inches, making it extremely difficult for him to changv his clothes in t imo for the f unernl. Theoe aro among tho reavms why boys leave the farm. A subscriber at Athens, Ga., sends in the following clipping anil inquires if we think it correct: A llrltUli Hlentlst Matei! that if h Stafford, Ky., 1893 BILL NYE REPORTS HOW THINGS ARE GOING AT BUCK SHOALS. W. P. WALTON. riutu l.etl Cloaea THE ' : WORLD'S : FAIR, V. country In the world, to Oakdsle. where another majnificeat I'ullman Car it received, eystsm comtni from, the Kichmond k Danville . C , olumbla,!-from Charleston, S C, through I tht beautiful Kronen llioad country, and Athwlte C ,and Ktiotville, Iron The time to Chicago it ma la to at to allotd the hourt far departures fiutu the n.o.1 convenltnt principal Cititt and arrlvtlt in Chicago I'assnogers can purchate tlckttt good over one another llae n.rth of the river, an I returning via ,( they detire a ttrublr route without c.tra chi Or they canjgo via Cincinnati, returning via Untiville, or vica vena Hound trip ticket, on .tie at'redud rat... 1..I.1 Agealt of Ih. I n.oiro line -- III .in WJMtor accommodation, for tltil ort Utke Ktlr r.vtryihlagthat an almo.t peif.it ty.tamcan the ,Uvim ta deserve the prai.e and p.lronageaf o( the traveling publu ha. been provided. Any Agenltof the companlc. named Ulo- - .ilWhrei. a.ti.tance: fuUy give all po.tlble information Orlrtnt, l.a 1. Hardy, K. II Oarratt, Nc JWrmlngham, Vicktburi:. Mi.t J K. Mcf.reg.r, Chatlaiioflg. I'enn. W Ala K r thailton. or I). 1.. Ktl.tnla, Tr-jur- .AND AMERICAN RAILWAYS. Tli Qmnft Crtseent ltouts widely known as tht raid runnmt tht "Finest Trains in th South, Uln tlic fiU loearrj everybody from th South Clilco. No jsrt "' he to tht World's I'slr Southern country I left uticsfe.l for by thu nllway snd Its connection!. The Through Car System it an admirable eipotttion ol the wunJer-tcapabilltlo. of Amtrtcsn railroading From NewUtleiilt Tnrouh Sleeping Cars run 1U1I7, morning and evenlne. carrying ill pattenctrt by Cincinnati or Louisville, at they may ulect. Kro Shreveport, Vlclsburg and Jackton another Through SMpInf Car tine comet to join and become a part ol tho oauincent Vratibulcd Through Trami, which, patiinc through llirru. Ingham and the famout Willi Valley of AUI.ama. it Joined at Chattanooga by thi tnln from Jack. aoallle, Kla , Hruniwl. k anJ Atlanta, lia , oer the K. T, V. A G K'y, and prixeedt uorth over tht btautlful Cincinnati Southern, thiouth the grandest natural sctrmy amd moil attractive Up Owing to the 1'anlc, and ftiipe. i:ilaa fieta There as Kternal llevenun Collector Note, on Farmina;. A I'oeni on Nut 11 re. (Copyright, 1KU. hy Kgnr W. Ne.J NEWS ITCWS AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. For the sadder ou are The moro gladness she'll preach. l Sometimes the punishment God L'lvvs U hard to bear. And we foolishly think. If we gutter, God doesn't care. nut he docs caro n great deal. That's why he irnro us nature, you know, w hen he can't fcootbe our woandi Nature lakes his place and docs so. P. srt ul Stickers hnvo tjult bitlnl Oh, how hit ditl rnin threo weeks ngol Jnko Huff is out with a new Btraw hat. Rend tho ikk-ii-i by Pearl Winterbottom in anotlit'r column. Somo fiend in liuuinn form tapped our largest wittennelon last week and lot tho r.untlo miroH into it Tho Epworth leaguo of Buck Shoals haa decidel to ket-- open on Sunday. OtherwiM) it would not jiay. vk People who have heretofore failed to notice nature will bo glad to havo their attention thus pleasantly called in that direction. We are also shown in a pleasing way how disagreeable it would be if naturo should ever have anything happen to it. JeJLj Buck Shoals, N. Driven Away C. August A Chicago Romance. al niiiniip al (ilt.JcllH.,,:Ky. Cincinnati, l. ri.l'M LCVl's IIA70II. Buck SI10.1N - in thu center of tho i- u IK YOU ARK GOING .. NORTH WEST, THE 1 1 la the Make Louitviitc hat ctoe NaBMViui for you, at . R. Itt Double Daily Trains cootmtions at Syv that our World's fair thermal ticket gives 3011 n htop over here. Who was tint melodious iim Ihnt named the town of Rutherfordton in this htate? Was he sober enough to givo tho naim at the lime? Koie Klias was tho man who made tho arrangement with tho Richmond and Danville railroad. You will find mniico frttth lawn growing under tho feet of Koj lllias. Oeorgo W. Vanderbilt bought "0,000 acres moro of farming lands near here leoently. This tract grand and upright nlo. It atTords a lwautiful view of Huck Shcwtls. Ho will fun co it in and use it for tearing bt-lt- . tM'rp-ndicula- r j whi-tarwiU- ii botno wty. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI for all polntt. Kor.nyinformMlnniVrc...AOf Stanford, ky W. V. 1'KNN, Trav. Pat Aif.ni, City, N Junction & N& W , Norf olkiWestern R.R Schedule Jane i, iJ LKAVK NOUION DAILY ! Graham, lllueheld, I'vKalionu. .nV.uVtal.d" rUl IVp "d IVahonta. Dlvit. Wn.'0DD m. torltluefi.li Ktllord, Roanoke, and Notlolk I vi'ichburc. Richmond from llluefield U Norlolk and Hi. "rd Uo from Lynchburg to KMi""""! ' Tralnllor l'ocahot.tat, Powhatan and Cooln- .oa m.l jo a m, . o ,ll leave llU.held ua.ly ' VltfttM 6 ,o a m and t j.1. m daily ! ysiehiCr tt Ko...naCou,ntm..O on.Chka.ln s S P We,? rullman .leepc. l".i d I "rtd.n'inr.'; rfor" wVlh Td"lnte:i3m"edu' I'"D.r " a.7Jasirtpgg..t""Cen. l'att Agt lUanoke, lyTralna arrive at Notion Irom the Kill daily at Ul and - IIRAOt;, Trav l'att. Agent M K CHESAPEAKE & I OHIO RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, uaticrn 1 ghiHha And all other Kattcrn Citlet. irtett Line between Loultvllle, l.emngtonjand umi. IN Er'KKCT NOV. 1, iS)i EASTIIOUNI). Lve. Letinston 7 iPm Atlantic KipretaNo. 11, dally ea. Sun.u.toam Midland Accommodation, No, 6,ioprn Vetlilmled Kxprctt, No 14 daily t. Mt. Sterling Accom , No. 38, ex. Suu 5 aspm WEST HOUND. Arr. Lexington: 7 S5m Leiington Accom., No. 7,e Sun u.opm Loultvllle Kxpreta No. at, dally 4 13pm Lexington Accom. No. ,5, ex Sun 6.10pm Vcttibuled Exprett No: j, daily but tranfera Through Charjce. Solid Vettlbuled Trains with Dlnin from 1 Cart. Na without Sleepers Letii.ghm . 11 Il.w, rui.Lrn, Oen. I'att. Agt, Waamngion, 11. OuunM ,,... u. Att't Gen. Pass. Agt.. iiah. Cincinnati. g "uaov) r. ..,-- .. ntiu tiNNiarous Drop Ik nuntm ABSorsrom SttVtNJ POtKT USA I MAMA LINE. fX yfttratl .OSNtfOM hU jLiDBtemt inttTusn ruiimrofiturion iaewn in WtfinUT runi4RtJ0B mt hORrnwcar gJasCPond cnicAOo.iiL Ocnl MjiTT ACT. Wk)ccTtcumut0 laniM lUM CflKMO I'lum Levi of Aut!Villu closed his bar hliop for threo days laht week owing f of to tho panic, but reopened tho biiKitiehs this morning. Tho receiving window is ojx'ii again, and ho hopes to open tho disbursing dei.irtmeut as crops begin to conio in. Mr. Levi has enough assets, all good, lmt cannot thoui. IIo haa tho promises of all our leading citizens that ho may tdiavo them after death, but you can't hurry up hikIi collateral as that. The has Ihi'ii too healthful to realtzo on I'lum's projierty. When pushed by his creditors, ho could only run around among customers and look at their tongues. I'lum's iwpul.'trity among tho dead is remarkable. Friends of dtrea.Hed always head for him, too, liecatiN) his hhavmg isiiMtrotept that tho remains trance. I'lum has an old aro not in razor called Hxcalilter that makes one's face feel like a pillar of lire by day and a pillar of prtiKMtP acid by night. Wherever it alights quo notices a ltttlo tickling ho doth who eittoth down where tho littlo black hornet or typhoid of Tcnnefweo is opening a World's fair. Tho apK)intment and administration of Kopo Klias as internal roventto collector of this district is giving moro and moro batisfacttou. IIo has 450 agents under him, all of whomarua)erfect gentleman. Tito interim! revenue affairs hero havo never Ikhjii ho genial in North Carolina na nt tho preheat time. Stirh men as llezekiah Gttdger agree, with this bentimeut. It has always leen a very difficult matter to attend to revenue affairs hero without making jwrsonal but at tho prebcnt time all U harmony. Koio Hlias is tho most harmonious man that tho president could havo named. IIo is ono of our subscribers and knows that wo will send back tho littlo willow covered tank as soon as wo aro through with it. A few moro harmonious apointments would please us at any time. Skoal, Kopo. Skoal just onco moro for tho seogara. Tho purchase of tho Pmk 13ul and track by Mr. Vanderbilt, embracing 20,000 acres of laud, has thrown tho colored Christian Endeavor society of that placo out of a home, ius all tho buildings on tho property will lx? demolished. Tho pociety is looking about for a location. They aro offered a bonus and a good baptizing placo 1h)1ow hero on tho river, but havo not yet accepted. b Tho Colored Coarse Comb land of also finds itself hors do como back, as their old tract is to bo fenced off and limited with fallow deer and terrapin. Many people find themselves homeless in that locality and as 60011 as they can call in their dogs will move. Pink Reds tho great basin, as is so called surveyed from tho mountains at tho midsummer season, is a vast bed of Indian pinks, most beautiful to behold. Tho namo does not mean, as a correspondent seems to think, that pink counterpanes aroused there exclusively. They aro not. Wanted By a former president of savings bank, situation in a good family, to do chores in a private homo, or to take care of a disagreeable invalid. Will run of errands or do farm work or look out for a well edncated young woman who is going abroad. Ready at figures and can show at onco by means of piece of chalk and tide of barn how much a serr- - ler one-hal- 11 ten-hatiou- touoh-me-n- ot "Behold me now!" As ho stood before her, with bowed head nnd in disheveled clothing, tho lady of tho lwuso knew at onco that the tired stranger had met with somo keen and bitter disappointment. "Yes, madam," he continued, "behold me now. Onco tlio most popular and resiocted conductor on ray road, today 1 am homeless, an outcast from ray own S'S thretdiold. In years of constant toil I ! C&l accumulated a modest property, and loi ' cating in oihj of tho most respectable -, ,parts of Chicago I built mo a littlo home, trfS IS res fc" whero I hoicd. with the flock I had gathered around me, to eud my days in peace. And now I am turned away from my own doors, a hopeless wanderer. There is no longer any room for me Cht under my own roof. Madam, they came, 1 was obliged to go." and "Who came?" queried the kind lady, brushing away a tear that was coursing aTa HT MrVtf--lf-f'WrJ. down his travel stained cheek. Hi m JL W vm vwlh'lilni; 1W Tho tired traveler replied as his ema- Claf wrrv plnced under u limn AJL. lijilrnulic prvM anil tupi-r.-lint tlu result ciated framo shook with emotion, "Alas, noulil Ik! lit'. iHirili of u liter mid ;'.1 oiinds of madam, my relatives from, thoeastt" HUSTON VI LLE, KY., tlry residue. Harper's Bazar. Wo wonld hate to venture an opinion laBWtiMawiiaVBBPOTBaHtMtMiilMMBBBMaBtalftMoltsl on this, not having been preocnt when it Scientific) America jk I'mttiliMlty In WlskiHg. was tried, but presume it is true. Yet Agency A young lad' was walking along with Tk aaallost Pill U tli World! whatcodld lxj tho hcieuti.st's object? Wo her beau, and both were looking at tho wonld not treat anybody in that way P2B skyward in fcilenco under any circumstances. Somo Fcien-tist- s moon. After gazing for some moments tho young man reMS'tn to have no higher ambition in are very small, yet possets all the tuv marked, "I wish I were tho man in tho tue of tbi larger Tutt's II Us which A life than to.supply material for autopsies. moon." hare boen to popi .ar tor thirty yearn. Tlio writer moved away from New York g com-; a m va asus Their U nnd up the young lady. "So do I," OAVEATB. elilldreti tBondtfaoa for tha us to ocapo from a prominent physician TRADE MARiea. "And why do you wish that?" asked aad persona with weakttomachs. For DE8IQN PATENTS. who wished to make a thorough examitho young man, with a puzzled look. COPYRIGHTS. tttoJ nation of a few vital organs of his that million "The moon is Tree usna&oo write to t or tnionntnou- ana BBOAOWAT, NEW Tob, do not in any way concern the public. miles away," tho moro than a art) lnraloableaa thejr tha ttiy to assimilate, nourish castabodyM MUNN & CO- aa quietly replied. InOldent baresn for securing patents In America. food tha Ihj too careful that way in A man can't Krery patent taken out by us Is brought befor acd pan ofJnntnrallr without nausea dianapolis Journal. tbo public by a noUce siren tree OX charge la tha theoo days. orgTislnir. ttothtltcaof Tutt's niia " are told by all dnucclsta. Dom trualk Strayed From tho chateau at Buck Priet,23c Oflttce, T3o Park Placo, N.Y. Alone. Shoals, one low tet burro, or child's Largest drculatlon of any cdenttfle paper In the donkey, named Mario Antoinette. Ho world. Hplendldlr Illustrated. No Intelligent is of a mouso color, .shading into eleman should be without It. Weekly. 93,69 a years fLH) six months. Address MfJNNi OtX, phant's breath on tho stomach. Ho has PuxusutBM, 3oi Broadway. ew York Oty. had his hair on ono side dipped with " Mothers Friend " is a scientificscissors by tho children, giving that side MYERS HOUSE a corrugated apiearanco which is noticeally prepared Liniment, every ingreable even at a distance. IIo is SI years dient of recognized value and in year of ago and U in his constant use by the medical pronow, but does not show it. Would bo fession. Thoe ingredients are comtaken for 711 or H) only. His tail has not bined in a manner hitherto unknown . W. GREEN, Prop. las'n shaved since lie left home, and k there must Ix a week's growth of beard Tht table, which li run n conrcctlon with tht on it. Ho went away because tho chilMjeri House, bas'been supplied with dren made him wear a tunbonuet nt A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Kaster time, and ho has just decided Buggies, Wagons, lately that it was an insult. Mary AnWILL DO all that is claimed for toinette at times hhows signs of second it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor, niuimer's SuppI e and Is better than ever nil childhood approaching, but noticeable Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to nupply the public with prepaie only to tho.o who know and lovo him Life of Mother and Child. Book BIOS OF. ALL KINDS. lKt. Ho went away in tho night and to "Mothers "mailed FREE, conPersonal and promptatteution given to Weddingt may have vloed with mhuo one. Any taining valuable information and Clara My friend Mr. Spooner, who Parties and Durlals. one finding him is cautioned nlmut shav- caught a glimpse of you yesterday, said voluntary testimonials. P. W.tGREEV, ing his tail without running it through ho would give anything to kiss you. AL HUHNS, Manager. Proprietor. ntbyexpr('on rtccipt of price Si.(Oper'..ottlt REQULATOR CO., Atlanta. G. an auxur hole in theeideof tho barn and Shall 1 bring him around tonight? BRAOFIELD holding it with a pair of plumber's forbold bv rmuonisra Maud No, I guess not. Send him ceps. A rewanLof $8 will Ikj given for around. Truth. the return of Mario Antoinette and notes To the Efficacy at IK) days given for crops destroyed bv ! him. of the "Give an example of a natural inferThe following poem, or iwrtiouof one, ence," the college professor said. "Well, there living HI other stanzas which aro sir," replied tho btudent, "if you should FOR GOOD WORK! Swiff's omitted here, is taken from a paper pub- meet a carriage tome Sunday afternoon r ' kit LjSSw I 1 I with a young man on tho front seat nnd lished near Cripple Creek, Colo., called Specific. another young man and a pretty girl on ! Ladii-- s Tho Iris: tho back seat, a natural inferenco would simple The old time A HINT FKOM NATUHK. i ti i remedy from tba Georgia bo that there were going after another IniK ik'i in tlieolilen times swamps and Holds has I'oojilu did not notice nuturo, but o prettj girl." Somervillo Journal. Bono forth to the antipodes. Aro oldor mid wiser and astonishing the skeptical and Should iiotlco nil tilings. Jou see. 1 .HBSjEV JI confounding the theories of According to results accomplished; Inaplrutliiii Net eary. ' thoso who depend solely on the Did )hi evt'r notice nature? in addition to a liberal commission of physician's skill. There U no blixxl 'What perfectly lovely children's .Sim tnUa nil day loti. 'taint stories you write, Mr. Scribeml How eradicate. Poisons which ttdocsnotlmmedlately outwardly absorbed or tha Perhaps, friends jou don't know twenty per cent. do you ever do it?" naked Miss Guscher. result of t llo disease from within all yield to thU The brook 'h murmur U Its tout;- potent but simple remedy. It Is an unoiuale.1 "By locking them out of tho room, tonic, builds up the old and foeble.cures all dlseares Also Miss Guscher," replied Scribem, "and arising from Impuro blood or weakened vitality. Send tor a treatise. Examine the proof. filling my ears with cotton." Truth. GUESS PREMIUMS -- V til 1 y --t- $" - fa(.f r?OjfS7fS,7 'uvu'c' ciw'' ?b -- - ,- j&asCOde&i?, tCtetVl- a-ry- fc. - 2f5? ic k mn TCIQp PTG! STutt's Tiny Pills! sngar-coatlnA gftgytwt forA 9 Sick Headaohe Hi n gtimtiiit JVwtmnw CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY! eighty-t-ecou- d r.X1T3ERV STABLE m f "MOTHERS' FRIEND" n Mi FIRST-CLAS- S They all Testify World-Renown- all 31 GOOD PAY For or Gentlemen i $5 to $500 Cash! eu-emi- Very Simple. XJooks on " Blood and Skin Diseases " mailed Creo. "But, Emma, how can you prefer the plain and shabbily dressed Julius to my brother?" elegant and handf-om"That is quito simple. Your brother is in lovo with himself nnd Julius with me." o Tit-Bit- lruviUt Sell It. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer a. Atlanta, Qa. FOR SUBSCRIBERS. No Impossibilities or Uncertainties. Every thing Fair, Honor- 4 s. HI status Fixed. Pis-ga- b "Now that ho is dead wo will know whether ho was a poet or not." "Did ho leave anything?" "Oh, yes, considerable property." "Then ho was no poet." New York Press. Very I'owerful. Mr. Binks Tho paper says n big flour mill out west blew up yesterday. Mrs. Binks La sakes! I s'poso it's whero they make this new fangled self raising flour. New York Weekly. Not So Hard. Brush So you'ro going to give up art and study medicine, eh? Pencil Yes. It's easier to bo a doctor. You don't havo to bother about anatomy. Life. ltemilt of Tu Utlng 1'rocess. Not What makes Grimes shaped so liko a corkscrew? Dot His wife's constant twisting him around her little finger. Voguo. ; I fabler's dm e bugkeyeTILC OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, aBii A , able, Plain and Positive. See programme in the Weekly Enquire. of our Fourth Auuual Coutest among Agenta for largest clubs. An Agency for the Weekly Enquihkk is a profitable business. It is the best school in the world to preparo one for a business coutact with tho public, a steppmg-stonto business qualification and future prosperity. We want good Agents to solicit for The inducements an subscriptions. extra good. e and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. Prrp.rrJ RiriUIWnnX HHtlXK SURE b; til., 6T. UltlS. STKAYKD KItOM THK CHATEAU. Pis-ga- Perhaps you never think. When jou ko, out for a walk, That etery flower and blade of crasa Is trj lug to ci't j ou to stop and talk. And If jou sit down near a tree Auionk' tho tcrits-- t and (lowers. If jou aru cross uud sad, Nature "111 rcunon with jou for hours. Yes, God has given us nature To help us on our life's tour, So when wo are aad and weary Nature will liclpusoursudncastocndur. Naturo whs neer known to weep Or to bo ead or cross. Alii If we were to Iomi nature. It would be a very great loss. She cares not for the melancholy For gladness she lias always aspired Hho laughs gajly with the blithe. She tenderly soothes the tired. No matter how poor the person. He Is cover refused a soft cot. SLe loves everybody she eea Whether they aro poor or not. So, If yoa want to be croea, Don't go Into her reach. our u acuiiii. aisr is gciUTT. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rrrrtrad hj RlfllinUSOX FOR 20 YEARS EIIICI1K ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. ltetwceti the Act. Ho Thcre waits aro insufferable. She Tho programme says "Ten years elapse." Kuto Field's Washington. Ills Dow ii fall. nil nightlong He plitjedou Until thoso jackpots carue. And novr Ids wife w cars calico: SOLD EVEKY WHERE. 10C1S. 10., BT. 8 TET" l ft tlet UOTICII I Kortli of lovely music for forty atittjl luuslc or tliw Intent, ttlOU iMjp Qiuiitr, Suiur&ttU iiarklia- -' ami vocal ttmrumental - i ...I....II..IIIUI lnlhilttll.nl tttjUUtlt nittTl.1 H.er. mcluJInir fourliruo tze portraits, rtix , iMiv-iiarnj?iitiitHiWtpiiiftutMfc-oithoreHiotpl.inlit: Adeltu ruttl.aua lli nr.rn.liBM l.n. It t V l.i ... 11 ... ..(.. .. nn "R. 1C1 ' Hit aecktles aro tho tame. Cloth ler and Fnrnkker. fUUk 4l UU having claims a;ainst the ettate o" John M. McKoberts, Sr , will present them to n t, nronerlr rrurcn. and those indebted t it will please settle tt once. All persons t M. Arl-t f ... .vw.., -- . drois til order, to NEW YOItlt MUSICAL j MUllll. unmuwiiT i ntrira i.u::n.. ... t. ' " . iWHaaMMaMMNMaMM prr TTJWff-vwwr--''" -- JPPP' 'gffTITjrrf " 1Htfflp'we - , T.W "- - r V 4 ' ( A VOICE IN PEOTEST. CELIA LCGAN CLAIMS THAT THE FICKLE SEX. MAN IS That Wonuui's Attire dinner Practical, but naslc Principle ofWoninn'i Urroi UnchnnRctl. tCopyrjcbt, ISO, by American Press Associa-- , She Sh) Little Mimi'h Costume Ugly mid nil Kvnlutlon tion. . Men make chronic compliant B. men are always changing the fashion of their clothing, whereas tho truth is that over sinco women, emerging from tho primitive times of tho fig leaf, have worn drapery the manner of making it has varied little. They have always worn a skirt and waist. Tho width, shapo and ornamentation of these have altered froin'agfe to age and even from season to season, ut however cunningly women might for tho sake of variety change tho details of her attire the basic principle has always been n skirt and waist, and so probably it will always be for tho ordinal y and universal dress of tho female sex. Tho marked and radical changes in clothing .have been in that of men, not of women. Examine any book of costumes, and you will be surprised to see through how many changes of garb man has passed before the present practical but ugly costume of tho "lordly" sex in civilized lands evolved itself from his multifarious Of course such tentativo moltings. beyond woman's fanvast changes-r(- ar ciful freaka in mere decoration took time for their accomplishment. How long was ho in getting from the fig leaf and bearskin to tho tunio and tights, from tights to knee breeches, and in elongating these into tho trousers of tho present day? Let men read up a little on this subject, and they will have to admit that while they from tho beginning have been boxing the compass in a sartorial way women's garments have in principle remained tho same. The sleeve has undergone more muta- - that wo- than the hoopskirt was never worn by women. It has been known by various names, tho "fardingalo" being among the arliet. The difference between the fardingalo and tho crinoline or hoop of Eugenie's days was that the skirt worn over the hoop of the nineteenth century was full, while over tho fardingalo the skirt was stretched without a fold or gather, as will bo observed in this portrait of Jeanno d'Albret, mother of King Henry of Navarro (timo 1300). toward the closo of tho century. Thero used to be worn with this stylo of dress a fall of laco called a bertha. It was pinned onto tho shoulders. What becomes of such things when they go out of fashion.' I do not think a "bertha" tould now be purchased anywhere. LOST AND FOUND. Irt if ' A B LADY M.ESSlNGTON. i . j r '..( i ALOnillNE WOMAN. tions in shape than any other article of feminine attire. Take, for instance, tho mutton leg, or gigot, sleeve, the fullness of which has traveled up and down the arm, now being worn at the shoulders as at present and again at the wrist and other parts of tho arm. Tho French zouaves when in Algiers adopted as part of their uniform the loose jacket of the Algerine women. Right here I wish to impress upon the reader that I am not tracing old time fashions in strict chronological order, but am merely darting here and thero picking out from the past such modes as will sustain my assertion i. e., that we of the nineteenth century have invented nothing uew in feminiue apparel. However odd and original our styles may appear to be to us, research will show that somewhere in tho civilized world they have been worn before. In the portraits of tho beauties of the court of Charles I tho manner of wearing the hair is similar to that of the present. Auother picture (in the Louvre; sometimes called "Titian's Lovo" hhowc that the laced bodies worn by American women a season or two ago are n style dating back to tho time of that great painter. En passant I may remark that tho old masters usually painted female saints and even the Madonna in the prevailing costume of the women of their own time and conntrj :hencothe Holy Matys of the Flemish painters are very Dutch those of Rubens very fat. In a Madonna in the coatumo of the fifteenth century is tho puff around the elbow wo have been wearing, but which is out of fashion now. For many years American ladies have in full dress worn no bkeve but that which they appropriately called a strap." It was worn last winter. Tho original shoulder strap was woi n by Rubens' "Mary Magdalen." Still another picture by an old master of a splint is, with tho exception of tho headdress, almost identical with tho costume worn by us until the introduction of tho hoop-skiby tho Empress Eugenie in 1851M. rt While never before was a dress reform movement so long persisted in and with such succes as that of tho "divided skirt" agitation of today, there have been efforts made in a similar direction, the most notable being that instituted by Mrs. Bloomer. The Bloomer dress was not adopted in England, but it led to n very serious discussion throughout that country as to the advisability of wearing a "doublo skirt," as it was then called, patterns of which were brought from wherever the doublo skirt was then worn. Tho doublo skirt of tho Mitylene women was favorably thought of, but it went no further, and the subject was shelved until the end of the nineteenth century. We all know of courso whero our Gainsborough hat camo from, but not that tho Eastlnko style of wearing the hair is derived from tho same source, as will be seen in tho two portraits by the celebrated painter. These large hats are much complained of, especially when worn in public places, but what would be said if tho monstrous ancient headdresses should come into fashion again? The high heel of the Gainsborough era, called the "stick" heel, went out about tho middloof the hut century and was not again worn on women's shoes until Eugenie began to set the fashions for the civilized world in the fifties. Tho first heels then introduced into this country were exactly like those worn from time immemorial by, the ieasant wpmen of Greece. Having shown that "there is nothing new under the sun" in clothing, there remains but to add that the anticorset wearing is only a little less antique than the article itself. It is singular that now when tho rising generation of worn- - YJte MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS, IN IIOOI-S. en have been jwrsuaded to tU'eard corsets gentlemen of fashion are wearing them. Against this unsightly and unhealthy distortion of their form tho female sex should raiso its voico in protest, even as tho male tonguo has been Cei.ia Logan. to long clanging. (fo A MA & FHOM RUBEXS' "DESCENT FIlOJl THE ChOSS, n KrX K In the beginning of this century tho gifted und beautiful Lady Blessiugtou wua the leader of Loudon society. She wm not tall and in middle life became pkmt. In a portrait of her by Lawrence tlnj (shoulders appear to bo at least threo quartern of n yurd wide, but in those days there was not such a rage for ua now. Banting had not been born, und women believed in keeping thouiKclves warm, and to do so usually wore, in addition to muslin uudergar-nieuta couple of 'flannel and a "quilted" or "wadded outer skirt." A More ngly t dangerous tbi'ip sleu-tlorueas o, I)iti;rii of Trunin Vlnjlng. Doctors, who aro inclined to condemn as unwholesome almost everything that is pleasant in this world, now tell us that tennis is a dangerous amusement for young women unless it is played with great caution. Tho warning does not wem unnecessary when one recollects that tho numerous devotees of tho game know no moderation when they are fired by thu ambition of becoming crack players. They ariso'at dawn to practice; they keep at it morning, noon and as late into tho night as they can see to .strike thu ball. They aro not deterred from playing by tho hour on tho hottest days of summer, under a broiling sun, when cattle, dogs and other rational creatures have sought shadow and quiet. Such a course is far from beneficial to a strong man, on whoso powerful muscles the exercise entails no special strain. But for a Blender girl, quito likely encased in a stiff cuirass of bono and steel, it cannot fail to bo very injurious, even if overheating and exhaustion were the and flowers is worked in heavy white only evil effects. But physicians state cotton. Striped awning cloth in red, that the continuous and violent upward yellow, or blue, nnd white is a picturreaching of tho arms causes such a esque covering for cushions that aro liastrain on tho cai tilago which connects ble to receive rough usage. It is a good the ribs with the breastbone that it is plan not to cushions inside the not infrequently almost wrenched loose washable coveis, but to close ono sido by from its fastening. It is fortunato if The Man Why uon't you get up and means of eyelet holes in either edge, nothing worse results than lameness and give tho lady n seat? through which cotton cord is laced. The pain, a doctor's attendance und n reginio The Boy Why don't yon get up and cover may ilun he easily removed for t rest and baggy clothing. of perfi-ccleaning E. K. give them both n seat? Life. Katk Chase. Iti-ii- i. IU-tti- r versity law schsol sho wns offered tho position in tho probate court. She accepted, but with the intention of keeping up her law reading and winning her degree if ssible. To this end she studied at night, rometimes burning the midnight oil very, very late. During tho first year at the university sho had been a regular attendant nnd was present at every lecture. By dint of hard POPULAR AND DIRECT work sho kept up with tin. .1 ttork nnd passed tho examination. LINK TO . . Miss Power was born in Everett. Blindness, Paralysis, Rheumatism C.ulhfif, Ky , Sept. 9, lf?i Mass. Sho is descriled as a girl with a pleasing face, framed in 60 ft brown hair, Dear Mm Mort Ihjn two yeit go my yc a juir of laughing eyes, a voico low and .oVn't's sweet and a figure to show off dress, Nfc'an to ltl mf I immrditirljr njifd to for relief, lor tijhltrn months thrjr which she wears neat and stylish. She A Oil ,., claims to bo the opjiositoof strong mind- ticiteJ without a particle of benetit r ln1Ijr ed and is uncertain whether sho will Antidote I'or Tragedy. practice law or not. Her josition in the tout three montht tgo I went totally thud, and Winks Come aloug, old boy. I've got probate court satisfies her aspirations nt a tut rtMrt, I jitorurrd aft Klrctrooiie, two complimentary tickets for n dra present. Sho drifted into law ns stenogVhitoia, remember the Mcnon the line, wtih Wtllbulr.! Irani.. matic performance. rapher and typewriter in tho offico of hich, very much to the fratificaUort ol mirlf Car, Cullman llutlct Dining tan, I'aiace Chair Slceprn, at lont rate inks Tragedy or comedy? J prominent Boston lawyer. After master- and family, haa rcaiwed n.y nrht. It hai alto Knr Information addreti "Trashy." ing the phraseology of the profession she "I don't like tragedies. They appeal liegnn to read law and finally decided to greatly benehlfd my wife atl daughter My llf WS..,,A.?KERtJ ' A, Chicago W CRUSH.iD P a!uuiIIU hai Icen a tubjett vl aralyt far more than two so strongly to one s sympathies thnt I al- enter the law school. ways feel blue for a week." Edi.nk HOWAKt) run, and my daughter a tutfeier from infnimi "This ono won't. You'll como home Co Ury rheamatiim fur ante than tele year All as jolly tiM if you'd 1xh?ii to a circus. It's HOW TO CHECKMATE MOTHS. Oh iTANIOKD. KY. bv an amateur company." Now York thit hat Inn efltcled in the latt two irmitbt tec Dp Ice to Protect A Netr anil Oilorlrt Weekly. t the much ran nil Ve laid la praue lecno-- Il now fully orginucd and ready Icr buiioeii wilt M Inter Vr During the Summer. Something to Full Hack On. Just at this time of year tho careful polie. Il I w,ro the poiKiiti ol the totily rue in Paid up Capital of $200,000. Jack My darling, I want to tell you honmvifo is particularly busy packing eilttrncr and it ceuld ntt . all the Surplus, --'C 000. 1 am away the winter garments and furs in a something. I have deceived yon. not rich, but utterly penniless. Will it place of safety from tho much dreaded wealth il the unlere could not purchaic il. iUCCrSSOIl toTIIH LINCOLN NATIONAL. and most iernicious of nil insects, the coiimJii it the grandrit intcntUn if the ace make any difference to you? HANK OK STANrORD, moth. Ethel Not the slightest, Jack. She is perhaps nt her wits' end to Truly and giatelulty yir, Now cloting up with the tame tiittt and uadar Jack I am so glad, dearest. Aro you the tame management ('. W C.KEKXn Kl.Ii, V. ) quito sure it will mako no difference to know just what to do with the many lly provmon of in chautr, dtpotitot art a! articles belonging to tho different memyon? depoalinri booV ent free Addre" I)ultoit& fully protected at aie being held in National Hankt, IU thareholdera Individually Ethel Quito sure. I can marry old bers of the household. Tho jiowdcrs nnd Webb, l.ointvtlle, Ky. liable to the eateni ol the amount of their Mock moth balls she has used are surely efIhcrrin at the par value thtrrol, in addition to lb Moneybags. Vogue. tmount mveitf d In tuch tharr. It may acta fective, but it takes nearly a whole caeeutor, adminittraior, truttoe, Ac, at fully at of thorough airing to eradieato the A Narrow Kiritpr. an individual To thote who entrutled their huiiinen to m Hotel Clerk Here, boy, showthisgen-tlema- disagreeable odor which has jermeated while mnagicg the Lincoln National Hank ol every thread of tho garment during the into the breakfast room. Stanford, we w here lender our many thank and The Famous Specialist, trutt tbey will continue to tranitct their butiniwt Uncle Abner Good Lord! You don't months it has been stored awny. Hap-jiiwith ui, ottering at a guarantee for prompt aim-lio- n however, some thoughtful and in- To mean ter say yer hev pecial rooms fer to tame, our Visit Our City Professionally. banking and at liberaltwenty yean1 a are genious person has come to tho rescue, arioinrnodationt these 'ere different things, dew yer? with tound banking and the jerplexed housowifo can now Clerk Certainly, sir. niHicTom: Undo Abner Then I guess Miranda do away with old newspapers, cloth An Excellent Chance for the Sick J J William, Ml Vercoo; an mo must hevslep' in the gashouse las' bags and pasteboard boxes. and Suffering. The invention is simply a paper bag. J. M. Hail, xtaoford. night. Truth but so arranged that it takes the place J.S Owtlcy, Stanford, FREE CONSULTATION, S.J. Kinbry, Stanford; of nil previous devices nnd nt tho same i A Hit f lu l'!illoiiliy. i ynn, Stanlonl; J K iIops the next time does away with disagreeable odors, And examination at li 1'rlttte i'arlora at He Old Lady What time J. r". Catb, Stanford; is not the least to bo considwhich fact train go to Yonkers? William C.ooch, hunlardj ered. Myers House, Stanford, Tuesday, Ticket Seller Twehu o'clock. A W. Carpenter, Mllle.lKellle. K y. The b.igs can lm bought in threo sizes, Aug. 15, one day only, Old Lady Dear :n! Isn't thero one S II Shanki, I'reildenl, ranging in price from '.'5 cents to 4.1 cents Returning before that? Dr J II. Owtlej.Cathier, every lour weekt during the year W. M Iliight, Teller Ticket Seller (calmly) Madam, there each. Tho Inrgect aro roomy enough is never ono before tho next. Brooklyn for coats nnd gowns. They are made of very strong, heavy p.ior. thoroughly Life. saturated with moth preventives, prinNATIONAL BANK cipally cedar oil. Within aio hooks on Ton Much So. Dr. Pultze Kounter But, my dear sir, one sido and jiockets on tho opjiosite, OK SIANKOKD, KY I never ptomised you that I would bring which are just tho places for fur caps, about a complete cure. I have done my muffs, mittens and numerous small araaaLaBfHaaMat1 CaalaW Capital Stock. best. Tho practice of medicino is not ticles. Surplus Thero is a sort of ltd at tho top which an exact science. HLHBBBjWjLrfTtSaB Patient (looking at tho bill) Not ex- can b brought over nnd tied securely, v "BBBBBaV. Attention nf the public it invited lo the fac act, but exacting. Boston Transcript. thus keeping out dut and every inter BBBBaVSaaVv. v' lhat ihi it ih only National Hank in Stanford loping insect. Tho bags aro not onlj BBBHBVEBBBBjBJjBHBBBBHBJk Under ihc prnvitiont of ll.e National Hank Act dcputilnri ar tecurrd not only by the capital to lx'gin with, but they veryinexpm-iv- o A Ci'iitln I'rotent. tr tlock, but by the ttuckholdcra liability lor an Tourist (at Swiss hotel, giving up the will last fur yeais -- in fact, if well cared amount equal to the tlock, to that depontori ol Ihi intlitutton are tecured by a fund of $400,000. may bo used in struggle with an uncommonly tough for, a lifetime. They I'lvr tworn tlatpnenl of thecondttion of the bank steak) Here, waiter, get them to fasten hummer for tho winttr garments and are made each vearlo the L'uited State government and iltatiett are eiamlnrd at dated timei lw a great convenient1" in winter for tr the.so Iwefsteaks to tho bottom of my will by government agenta, Ihut trcuntig addititona boot soles. I am doing a stiff climb to- packing away summer gowns. tnu perfect tafety to depotitori. aVBBWalkf1 Ono great advantage which every wo- taVtBB 'I hit inttitution. originally eitabllhtd at tha bbbbVT morrow. Humoristischo Blatter. Depotit Hank of Stanford in iSB, thro man will thoroughly appreciate is that ited ai the National Hank ol Stanford in iVoj and nt tho end of tho season tho garment" nFflnkTIlPwCrSBBBHBV aSfltBlP' gain re nrganired at the l'lrtt National Hank ol A 1rrllilt Tliruit. Stanlord in 1S81, hat had practically an uninterWoi41prV KjbbVwbKVV Hired Girl Now, you go away right come out smelling as sweet as though rupted eiiiUNCeofij eari It it Letter tupplitd stored in a foOO cedar they had b. now with laciittiea lor trantactiugbuiincii prompt this minute. ly and liberally than ever before in lit long and Maiiy Matiikw Eaton. press. Tramp Please, mum honorable career Account of corporation!, fiduHr Applennti fnnnrr!y f f Nrw oik, now, Hired Gir- l- Go away, I tell you. Clear ciaries firm and Individual rctpccllully toileI'loiir Ciiililonn. K , it j urailiiati-oy lo alnl in lij.iilted out now, or I'll I'll givo you a piece of The Directory ol thit Hank 11 compnted ol liillevuc He it.v Medl al College, New ork Floor cushions aro convenient and very City, minco pio that tho voting missus made tic itiou nntn If inttitutioii of it kind in Korcttu! Reid, Lincoln county; popular, esptcially for hummer cottages. Airier ci. He ha made a iictial atud) of the herself. New York Weekly. S T Harm, Lincoln; They may lw stuffed with either feathers 0 A. Lackey, Lincoln; or excelsior down has not sufficient EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT. IIUtnrkM.1 J. W. Ilayden, Stanford; body they aro embroidered tho S II. Ilaughman, Lincoln; in Teacher To what cirenmstanco is it design nnd if be bold and conspicuous. And chronic lieae Niw tht girut llelli'viic and.irk City, and thereshould Chaiitv llo)ii,il, J.S. Mocker Stanford;(( duo that Columbus discovprincipally many phcnomiual til id Tho cushion cover illustrated is of blue cures all tht eaprreniM am mcccKlully Ireatt W. A. Irlt.ble, Stanford, nvirthe State Ho ered America? design of scroll M 1), Klmorc, Stanford; Tommy I suppose to the fact that tho denim, and tho outline Acute and Chtonic Catarrh, T. I. Hill, Stanford. country wasn't discovered at thai time. K. L Tanntr, McKinne; d.rritpt f the e)e, far, Itiiiyli ir in Texas Siftings. drafne, M.J.Miller, Ml. Vernon. Iti it Itnirfi, otMirucli, llvtr, htdnr), ur n.iry ml bUdder, lieitou proilraticli ill. Iielra, dypepi!.1, J. S. Iloclir, 1'remltnt; Still. or KOstiiutinn, ihfiinutitm. (uialjivli, John J. McRolerta, Cithltr; , , going to New York. When they reached Philadelphia, Mr. Flynn went out for "a snack," and promised to get "lovey' a sandwich and some pie. But first he ordered something liquid, and as it tasted good ho lingered over it, sipping it leisurely. Then ho put his hand in his pocket and remembered that ho had given his wife his pocketbook. Til le back in n minute," ho said, explaining tin matter to tho barkeeper, and ho mndo a rush for tlio train jnsi in time to see it move out on fast time. "By Jovel" ho exclaimed as ho recovered the breath he had lost in fruitlessly pursuing his train, "this is a nice fix foi a fellow on Ids wedding trip. Wifo gone and not a cent of money in my pocket," ne went back to tho barkeoer, whe heard his story suspiciously and advised him to telegraph to tho next station and mnko a request that his wife should stop thero and telegraph back some money to enable him to reach hex and to pay for his refreshments. As ho had several hours to wait aftei he had sent his telegram, ho sauntered round to the other sido of tho depot and saw a long train of cars just leaving, and the pale, anxious faco of his wife pressed against a car window. "Good heavens!' ho exclaimed, "what a blank fool I nm," nnd ho swung him self on the bust car, just escaping being drawn under the wheels. When ho reached his wife, he asked incoherently: , "Where aro you going? Where havt vou been? What has becomo of out train?" The look of reproach sho gave him cut him to the heart. It took him an horn to explain how ho had lost sight of the cars and believed tho train that had pulled out was tho one sho was on. They made up, but tho maddest man on the Hue was the barkeeper, who was the only ono who was left. Detroit Free Press. ffw Not the Man Who Got Left. They were on their wedding journey, the Urldrfrrtroui A mono nth Moon tains. Tho best route to the Eastern cities is via CincinMM Clirn Lou We Putter' Mniterr of nati and the F. F. V. over tho Chesa-pesk- o Come to you everyoiher day Iu the year lllnckntont-'i- i Prouleint. lor only $il. Thvclieapett and beit paper A Ohio Kailwnv. The scenery in Kentucky c,ic get it three month. Mifs Clara Louise Power, who recent- through New River canons and over Addren Tii Aiocatc, Danville, Ky. th graduated from tho Boston university ly law school after studying threo years, is Alleithanv and Blue Ridge Mountains is private assistant to tho Massachusetts wonderfully beautiful nnd varied. The register of probate, n position sho has F. F. V. runB solid to New York via rhii notice) fotewarn hunteri, fUheruun and. Washington. It is electric lighted and held for the past two years. At tho other not to treiptit on our land without of her second year at tho uni- - carries a through dining-enr- . No other mutton, a all auvh will be proieculctl to the per. full Signed' train in America surpasses it nnd it is eit eatenlof the law M. LACKOWir. 1 IJ.NKWI.ANIi. the only train to the East with through W. II. HAYS. . VnrLK lining service. Among the Virginia .Y..-BO C LYO.V. Ur, StUvW';J'3l7Vr& KRKDIIAUMA.V.V. mountains along the Chesapeake & Ohio K 1. WHI IK. Lx MKS M. A. MARTIN. 'IK. are more than 20 famous summer re J L MUCK. sorts. A pamphlet issued entitled "VirT C IIA1.1. ginia in Black and White," describee these resorts, nnd tho scenery of the H. route, and will be mailed; free by adHUE AND STORM dressing E. B. Pope, Western Passenger Auent, St. Louis, Mo., or 0. B. Ryan, bW Astistant General 1'sBsenger Agent, Cincinnati, O. KepreientiDg... A FAIR YOUNG LL. D. POSTED. L ife3 W J"S -- J. MUGHMAff, v' INSURANCE AGENT CL1LI LOUISE POWER. A BKDftTio.N iu World's Fair rates by Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; the Queen A Crescent route. In addi- Manchester, of Manchester, Kng.; tion to the regular World's Fair ExcurPennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; sion rates we will sell tlret class excursion tickets, good lpi days from date of Ins. Co. of North America. sale for return, at 15 less than the reguAll of which are Companiet. I wont. he Iriendt in lar World's Fair rate. These tickets are iciepleated to wait o nmyWill iniure thii linn. J'ol.t, promptly iiiued. agnntt wind tlormt and lightning Lightning good going via either Cincinnati or without additional charge Louisville. Through cars to Chicago, Office at Kit.t National Hank, Stanford. quick time, moet elegant equipment. .TAKE T1IK Ue sore and take the Queen A Crescent -- : . Route. For rates, schedules, sleeping car reservations, etc., call on any agent of the K T. V. A G. Railway, Queen II A Crescent Route or Louisville Southern R. R , or 1). 0 Edwards, (i. P. A., Cincinnati, Ohio. THE firit-clorna-doe- CHICAGO, wjest I JVQllTH"WaS8T. WORLD'S FAIR Farmers Rank&Trnst ( rrpra-Ufr- 1 Kifiy-aj- e sea-f.o- n n QtU.S.APPLEMAN l, I con-itta- nl i:-- I aaBBfK1'" A FIRST $200,000 2I.300 jaBVBaBHJFlkrsi: iwHP , f - rnilt-pt- ll inoimiln pile cured it hunt knlli pjui a nn ilittiitiiiii fiom crk 1 No A A McKtnney, Aiiittant CaiMer Young and Middle Aged Men atilfrrltie from ipermatorrhca and imioincy;i in joutlwr ciumi mathe teult 01 ture yrurs nnd othtr ciuiici produani; oire of the following tllecta uch a emmicut, MuUhci, debt, ity. r ertuiliniiit, iliztncii, ccnftitioii uf Ideal, jv r on lo tccieiv, defective ineiuui) und (anal ckliatntion which unfit the victim for limine' or narriage, a e pirin neitly cured !) lemedie rot itijuri ii eif-iilj- fP ! ,, 4m m '! J' ' t-- Blood ami Skin Difseascw. At Syphilid, Scrofula, Stricture, Cleet, etc, cured by never failing remedici palntul Dieacol women, such a I.eucorrhea, bearing Diiplacemcnt ol Womb, Mcnmiialion down pania m back, relieved in short time. The Doctor came all hit portable Inurmnenti and come prepared to eaamiiic the mod obacurr medical and aurgical cae He undertake! no incurable dicaic but curr hundred! given up to die. Corriapotidence solicited Addreit J S. APPUKMAN.M D. Louisville, Ky. Write for Health Jourcal, free -- . - -- AT- Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, There are three ol the hett Harberi In the Stall There are alto eacellent Hath Kcomi run In connection. Agent ior l.enngton Steam Laundry. :,SV.h J ;i. h ' , 4'. ' 'lr '" k' r f; ,- - ...,- - ';?",' W Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - AiuiUBT cler. Btanfohd, Ky., 4, 1893 E. C. Walton, business Manager PERSONAL POINTS. Miis. Dn. 111. J. U. Owsley continues iiuito lias Mies Suit Ilot'T returned from llnrroilsburt;. Mm. and Miw. J. A. Muihi havo from ClilcitKO. K Teachers who attend tho Institute ingfor rain, thua showing that we nro next week will find pleasant board nnd in tho central portion of the world. Thomas Smith Is expected in from Wheat DHUb at Farris it Har- lodging by application to Mrs. I'annle IturkB. din's. Iown. Prof. Joo HobiiiBon has returned Mayor J). V. VANm:vEERlina received from a trip through Washington nnd Tub Stanford kids beat the LancnBtets other counties, canvassing for his school 'l to 13 at their last meet in Lancaster. a number of charters of the cities of the at Macksville and reports n very enccees-fu- l 3th claw, which he is giving to those trip The nicest lino of jowelry for the most interested. The money panic may affect many leapt money Is at Dapks'. See for yourIn last week's issue we omitted to people, hanks and towns, that look on self. mention tho fact that Dr. J. G. Carpen- monsy as their king, hut a town like IJnicK Fou Sai.k. Splendid quality ter will give the Institute, which con- this, backed up ns it ia by eggs at SJc and ready for use. Adam Pence, Stan venes hero next week, tho benefit of n and poultry nt n fair price, will never lecture on Anatomy. ford. hear it thunder. D.uikB, Kmi-im- Take your repairs to tho Jew OURI - LAST -:- - CALL. Is Money Close With You? Then come where a siwer dollar will buy as much as a gold dollar. We do not tell you our goods are worth a hundred per cent, more than we ask for them, but we do say that no firm sells for less money than we do. Come and sec Gait, ami Miu.G. moved toGreunsbur. MuitriiY have Mm. A. G. Kabtlami Iibh returned from a trip to Louisville. Mifh .Sai.uk Doi'olui, of Hiuhmond, i viRitinK Mm. Annie James. Mim I.IM.IR CorirKR, of Greenville, Texas, in vIsitiiiK relativea in this countyMihh Mamie I.kk Elms, of J el I i to, Tenn., in edlealady in the Loulaville Store. 1'itor. J. M. HuiiMWti) Is in Marion county tiiia week in tho interest of lii.s Kchool. Mkshuh. T. I. Hiu.riul 1 M. McHob-ert- s went to Columbia on lenl busineHH Tueadny. Miw. H. J. Moiikkly left Tuesday to viait her son, W. A. Moberly, at Cum-LuGap. Mn. W. G. Hamkv weut to Winchester yestertJRy to enter liin son, l.ee, in collide there. Miw. J. Oakvch Jon km went to yeateriUy to visit Iter brother, J ou H. GrimoH. ul Klizt-bethto- Mrs. Mattio Miller, of Rochester, account is ripe, ready and wait Found. Heavy dress coat, about No. ing. Please call and settle. W. II. Wear-e- n 10, and light colored vest. Hoth wrap- 111., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Sallie & Co. ped in paper from tho Louisville Store. Kubanks. Dr. Hciring reports Mrs Jas. Owner can havo them by paying for this Cox nnd Mra. John Anderson as having A pleasure wagon add nice pony and an attack of (lux. Ho .iIbo reports Wil harness for Bale. Call on Jesse Thomp notice. O. J. Newland. lie Walker an convalescent, altera severe son, the barber. Tin: vote in tho primary to morrow spell of bilious fever. Miss Nannie will he by secret ballot and in conformiHume, of Richmond, is visiting Miss Sue Miss Mar L. Wood has been appoint ty to the law regulating such elections. Bright. er ed at Harbourville, vice J. Let every democrat go to the polls and R. Jones, removed. County Judge Posey, of Anderaon, make the nominee the real choice of the has resigned to accept the position of All Indebted to the lirm of Stephens party. stnmp deputy. A Knox will please call and eottlo with Me. S. P. Staoo has nbout completed A call hna been issued for a caucus me. W. H. Higgins, Assignee. his two nice cottages on Logan Avenue of the democratic members of the lower m m Vol may expect n call from ub If you and Iihh already had a half hundred or House of Congress nt Washingtou todo not call yourself and settle at once. so applicants to rent them. Captc. Frank morrow evening. We want what you owe us Severance Harris and W. II. Kirby were the forJean Darnell, a member of the Rocktunate ones, thougb, and they will take bridge gang of thieves A Son. YoiiK post-mastm Our Summer Clothing, And you will not go out without them. Our Lawns, Ginghams, White Goods, Laces, &c, must go. We have too many and the public must "M I The I)an7ille Fair hop will he given at l.innietta with two bauds in attendance. A large number of our young people will attend. Geo. Ciiaki, the son of Solon Craig, colored, was placed In jail yesterday on a charge ol stealing jam from the wife of Joe Skinner also col- ponHCBbion'on M the loth. ATRIilbNI AL M ATTeRS. ored. Wk would call utteutiuu to A. It. Penny's clearance sale of watches, clocks, silverware and uverything in tho jewelry line. .Now is the time to buy Ht slaughter prics for cash. MiesKo Jknmk a.nd I.im.ik Fayette, nrrived yefctertlny to viait Mif Vnnuiu Shauka. Mi'Skm'kitik Gi.akk, May and Kvn Talbott, of WiiiclieMer.W the ucHtn of MImi llotn L. Jone. Mn. AND Miui. T. A asu, of 'I hi: tnitlie ou the U A N. is very light Kick left yeMer day via Kichmoml for a vinit at present mid the company is losing?!,-00- 0 to the Woild'n Fair. a day. In order lo stop this a great two-wee- Mil I'iiii. o'er pulled hore for n Sotic.N, the uervivat man who tin? throttle of an miitine, in many employes ate being diccharged, the Knoxvillo Hrauch coining m for its Tiu: three Lincoln county tmnkn are as solid as the rock of Gibraltar. They are managed conservatively and run no risks for large discounts. Nnee the tight spell they have refiibed to loan, except to good customers, and have always had enough laat. money on hand to meet any ordinary Mk. 1! hooks Mono an, a hitiulf-omtrun. younj! gentleman of Lexington, was over mi Lancaster is talking about lucking the to eeo one of our prettiest cirls u few stable alter the horses are stolen. A days bo. ltl.li. V. I Wiu.iamh, wife and daiiKh-te- mass meeting was held the other night Miss Dollie, spent yesterday with to discuss the possibility of water works, an ice factory Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Hull'iimn at Mr. G. If. electric lights and plant, like its enterprising neighbor haa, Cooper'. but, as usual, it is leared that it will end Mil Lkwih D. Kami ok, late of the News and a correspondent of in talk. this paper, is now traveling in the inter-ea- t We neglected to state in our last iesuo of Fetter's Magazine. that Hoiu IL C Warren was badly hurt Miw. W. II. CriiriH was called to I.ex by being thrown from hiH buggy at Mr- J ineton yesterday to attend the bedside Kinney Saturday. His horse ran awnv V of her father, Mr. To Hobiusoti, who and tho vehicle upturning, he was dash I Biitl'ered a stroke ol piuralysis a few days ed to the ground. He was brought home ago. confined, hut is much WiilSiia.nkh, noted aa a poet and nnd hss since been better now. philosopher, made his debut as a horseTiiK'priiiiary election will occur toman Tuesday, "personally conducting" an exhibit in a thoroughbred rinj; Ad morrow, Saturday, when the democrats f vocate. will he called ou to choose a candidate A fair picture of Mrs. J. I. McKin-ney- , for the Legislature. There is no earth"Katydid," appears in tlto IOtiia-vill- ly chance of getting free turnpikes, so Times of the '.M, tojiethor with a consider tho qualifications of tho men sketch of her life and a verse or two of and vote for ttie best one to represent her nweet poetry us at Frankfort. Miw. Osik Hth'Man, of Louisville, Tin: I.VThiiioii Journal oilers 3 in pabsed through to Lancaster Wednesday, nccompanied by Mies May ' Huuhes gold to the teacher who will spell the who bus been visiting Miss Clyde Hull-m- most words correctly during the session of the Institute hero next week and n in the city for several weeks. Miss Louihk Haii.kv, who ia jiiBt back year's subscription to the paper to the from a visit to the World's Fair, advises one spelling the next largest number. If her friends to wait till it guts cooler to you are not up on orthography, now's The buildings when she was there the time to etudy your Webster's UnaKO. were like bake ovens and tliey nearly bridged. cooked a poor mortal to death. Killed 27. Marshal O. J. Newland is j Miss Mary Johnson, of Montgomery, enforcing the ordinance regarding dogs Ala., has joined Mrs. J. I. McKitiueyaud nnd 27 havo been killed by him, beMary cause their owners would not pay tax on her other prettv friend, Mi m) Gaylo, nt Green Itriur .Springs. Miss them. Hosays tho work of slaying has hardly begun, as he intends to juiiunuu in niniiingiy iiiiiiiiauuiu uiuuuu and Mine Gaylo is a no less attractive kill every dog in town or get tho taxes jrunette. due. If ho slay 1,000 they will not Kssio bo missed. Let the good work continue Misses Xei.i.ik Skaymakkk, Iturcb atid Annie Hale will leave to- till night is not made so hideous. night to spend rt month with Misses Tiik Adams Kx press Co. will havo n Olivia and Jennie Summers, at AbingBale of unclaimed packages nt Louisville don, Va. Miss Slaymaker will probably extend her visit to friends nt Alexan. Aug. 13 and in the advertised list those ntStanford enumerated aa having box-o7 dria, Vn., and Ilaltlmore, Md. or packages are: Miss Annie Alcorn, Tun continued illness of Misa fields W. A. BrookB. L. B. Cook, J. It. Chis Jameson prevented her and Miss Sallio Moore from returning to Paris on tho holm, J. It. Douglass, F. M. Dutton, It. day appointed, but she was better yes II, Danks, A. C. Hupp, M. Gill, Rev. tmlav and thev left via the K. C. for limit, J. li. Montgomery, J. II. McLean, 15 Smith, Miss Anne Shanks, E. home, to tho deep regret of numerous W. P. Walton, J. G. Woodrun. friends found during their pleasant stay. ! m who iaatnyinu at Crab Orchard Sjtriiijr-wa hern dliopjiitiK yesterday. lion MoitKi.N! took the blue (trim: in the bet hoy rider rim:, nt Danville, Held full of content Tuesday, over nnts. Fay La Kki.st. is the name of the little inlH which made lit appearance at M Mind Mrs. It. II. Hanks' on Sunday day or two. full )UOt:t. weekera need not yo to Kirii-rnon- d Fon Kent. Tho Hot) Mnnrl house any more. Oov. MeCreury left in Crab Orchard. It has three kitchens Wednedy for WVihlnutoii and three families can easily occupy it. Mkh. 8. W. Moody, of New Orleana, It would be a delightful place to tpeud , Ornru Address John the summer months. lliicbiuiau, Crab Orchard. - r, u Mr. Wesley Holtclaw, 21, nnd Miss Mattio Crutchtleld, IS. were married at J. W. Crutchtleld'H on the 2d. Aristotle fixed tho proper nges for marriage nt.'!7 for the man and 13 for the woman. Plato made the ages 30 and 20. Mies Mary I azurd.of Anniston, Ala., shot herself through the heart because her father refused to nllow her beau to call on her. Judge Vallac6 K. Vamon united in the holy bonds yesterday Win. Tinsley, of Casey, and Miss Jennie Smith, of this county. Tho bride was very pretty and somen hat older than the man of her choice, who has just attained his ma jority. John Hosser and Jennie Hunt, of Harrison comity, traveled all night on horseback to roach Maysville, where they were to he mnrried. They sat down on the doorstep to await the coming of the clerk, who found them fast asleep. A lovely young lady, who married here homo time ago and left for n Southern city, wrote back a few days ago lo a young lady friend and said: "Marriage is a howling eucceps." That's right. In nine casts out of ten the howling cornea later on. Stanford cor. Harrodsburg Sayings. Clarence Johnson and Katie Hums, a pair of lovers, at Indianapolis, had a quarrel and each decided that life was not worth the living and ou tho esme day took poison with suicidal intent. Johnson was discovered in time to prevent the poison doing much damage, but the girl came very near carrying out her intentions. She recovered, however, and as booh ub she was able to sit up Bent for Johnson, who begged her pardon, which was granted, and now they are preparing for the wedding. S1.-1- and murderers, Barren, jumped from a train with handB locked behind him and made escape. G. W. Linney, of McAfee, fed bushels of whent to some hogs, which he sold to Jerry Kinsey last week. He got per bushel for his wheat. Har rodsburg Sayings. Jack Cudahy's boodle in Louisville has been attached by partners and creditors. The Louisvillo Packing Co. wants S217.231.00 of it and Nelson, Morris A Co., of Chicago, sued out an attachment for 10,472 30. MEANS The best and safest place to deposit your money is with us, for some of our cheap goods, then you know you will have in his value received and no bank to break. ' The financial cyclone has his struck Kentucky and no telling where it will end, so run to us with your money at once and get better than gold dollars the cheapest 100 goods ever offered. Carry them. HUGHES & TATE. Read This and Profit by it will BUSINESS. After the first of July instead of selling goods on 0 months' time we present our accounts the 1st or 15th of each month, as suits the buyer.. Our idea is to do a Buy your school books and school sup plies ol all kinds nt A. R. Penny's. Watches, clocks nnd jewelry repaired and warranted. Engraving a specialty, at A. R. Penny's. The soda water syrupe nt A. R. Penny's fire made with pure fruit juices and are delightful. Trv them. aid -I 45- but for convenience we extend the above time. We propose giving our customers the best goods and guarantee to sell you Hardware, Groceries, Oueensware, Woodenware, Tinware, &c, for leat money than you can buy them anywhere on 6 months' time. Our explanation for making the change is that it takes too much money carry on our business on the 6 months' time. During the iS months we have NEW ADVIIUTISEHKNTH. been selling goods our sales have been much larger than we expected y grateful for the liberal patronage we have received. and we We are also proud to say that our customers have been the very best people in the land and we are sure we can make it to your interest to continue with us Wc will continue to take Country l'roduce in exbtra)Cil Iron my premises Dc tr Crab Orchanl, change for goods at the highest market price. Thanking you for past a gray n ycarj M; thin mane and ml; about ij lurid high Any one knowine the favors, we are Very Respectfully, whrr.ibniitiot .i.l horse will please let me are-ver- CASH BTJSHsTESS, STRAYED. hom-r!oi- u will pay for lime. knov. K H HKOVVL'OH. Crab Orchard, Ky. McKINNEY BROS. $100 RBWARL. HORSE AND BUGGY STOLEN. Elegant New Stock of 1 e an 1 J h 1- - Rev. W. J. Wnrd has resigned ttio J.S HOl'KEK, 3y Stanford. Kv pastorate of tho Somerset Baptist church nnd he nnd his wife havo gone to Missouri to live. EXECUTOR'S SALE. Rev. J. II. Baker, associate editor of the Grayson Educational Herald, securAs Executor of John M. McRoberts, Sr , I will ed (V3 subscribers in this county in a few ell at public aucticn on the premises on days, 33 of whom get their papers in Stanford Saturday, August 26th, 1893, Rev. M. N. Early writes that the meeting that was held at Rowland lleginuing at a p. m by the girl evangelist, Miss Fanuio Edwards, brought seven into the fold and did great good to all who attended. Ho is very enthusiastic in his praise of Thev will oe offered first separately and then as whole, tho young girl, who ho thinks is called tho most the bid being accepted which mIII bringI money At the same time amr place, will sell the personalty, consisting of to her blessed work. Elder O. S. Lucas missed a Furniture, Buggy, Garden Tool?, did not arrive in time to preach Implements Set ol Carpenter's Tools, at the tirst service, but tho pastor, Elder Cider Mill. 75 feet of Hose, Ac On realty, Terms cash, balance in W. E. Ellis, both entertained and infund ia months, with interest. On personalty, structed the large audience iti an excel- Jio and undtr, cah, over that amount on xdays, lent discourse. Elder Lucas is a speak- secured and with interest IIir.ni.N's, ccutor W H. er ol great power and his sermons are worthy the respectful attention paid them by the house full of people who gather at each service. The subject of this morning's sermon will he "What is The tindersicned, "as agent and attorney in fact of theh.irs of Jobti Hays, deed, will on Hell?'' Tonight bo will discourse on "Tho Deceitfulnees of Sin." Saturduy 30, '93, morning, "How Can I Forgive my Ene- On the premites at outcry nil to the highmies'."'; nt night, "What is Conversion'.''' est and best bidder the Karm consisting ol Sunday morning, "Can I Safely Follow About 1240 Acres of Land, my Conscience V"; night, What Underlato John Hays died lies Baptism?" Monday morning. "Our Of winch the situated near Stanford, Ky possessed. Said Farm is . and lies Tongue Sinn;" night, "Am I my Broth- near and on the Statitord and liiistonwlle turnpike road and is bounded y thn farms of Korestus er's Keeper'."' The music is a decided Keid, Win. Heck, Mr. Allio Karris, Wm Hnys otherThis is desirable plate, in the feature and altogether the services arc and of btantord Jt alies well for cultivationvicin-itand the soil yields a rich return to good husbandry pleasing nnd profitable. Karm fin Hie niRht of July ii, a, ., HAV MORSl wai stolen Irom the atablo 01 James l. Ilailey tnd hit. hed to the buggy of J S. Hocler. The hoise is a dark bay, almost brown, about 16 hands hinh, right eye it out though hardly perceptible; has had scratches and hair is oil the hind loot, under fetlocks; he is Cor 7 years old; in drinking he laps watirlikca do;;. The runtime gear of the buggv ia painted smoke color, with with black stripes or trimming, all of it except the siugle-trewhich is black, the bed nnd top are black nud there Is it place about two inchts icuarr Cutout of the dash on the inside The hind axle tree mar left bind wheel has been welded and the paint at CHURCH AFFAIRS. that point on the wood is schorched and entirely burned otr the iron; the left hind wheel has two The highest church steeple in the cracked spokes. The saddle of the harness has pu mountings; he hip strap has been luenued world ia that of tho Cathedral at Antwhere It joins the breeching 'I he follow liu reward is offered, Sioofor werp 17( feet. return of buggy and horse and coimction ol thlel, Tho meeting held at Bellevue by or $15 lor return of horse $25 for return of buggy, or $50 for thief. Elders Joe Severance, Jr., and Win. Wal-de- u nitions willconviction of for lour All of thee prop bo left open months Irom July n, 1893, ic which time tne reward will be with-da- n resulted in 7 additions to the church. JAMES I' HAILEV, e, 11 to-w- it Rugs, Carpets, Mattings AT Two Houses and Lots, .1 Severance & Son The World's Fair Route from the South connec-tionau- one-thir- 4 I PTJBlilC SALE. Wednesday, Aug. pu-li- c ll -- ji!,I.T $ml ,'i. '?i, Pennsylvania short lines ,' m-- IS OVER THE TOlfOO" lSSSSfcJ2L m m-ra.'.! : .1 s- r eA. A. . FROM & .OUIfVILlCV maviit.Hi t f. ' - y 1 rr CITY AND VICINITY. Kowlanii store open . Thy tho Bros. A 30 days system. McKinney Ico cheats left; will sell at cost. W. II. Wcaren A Co. New pickles and fresh cakes at A. A. Wnrrnn'B Mnilol Grocorv. .' Your account has bebn duo and ready since July 1st. Call nnd settle by cash or note. A. B, Penny. Mrs. G.JO. Givens found her pocket-boo- k and money,but tho ndvertisement didn't do it this time, though, perhaps, tho ijaod intention had something to do with it. Therecovery was quite singular. A chicken peddlor stopped at her houao and asked if sho wanted to pur chase. Sho replied that she had lost her money andjcouldn'tjdo so. Further conversation developed the fact that the man had found n pocket hook on the road nnd examination proved that it was Mra. Glvena', nnd she was delighted to get back bor "pin money." HUBBLE. Dr. LewiB preseuted Henry Spoonn-mor- e with n fine girl a few days ago and as a result Henry is all smiles. Jnmes II. Floyd and wife, of Casey, with 6 twoycais are visiting Mrs. J. A. Hammonds nnd Interest Irom eipialofinstallments, paid, andpercent. Hale until day lien retained on the farm to secure the defined paytaking in the Danville fair. ments, payable to the undersigned Miss Helen Thurmond opened her The rami will be surseyed to the purchaser and lull possession will be given on the first day fall Bchool hero Monday and everybody ol January, 1894, but for ceding, about 50 acies pleased. Isaac l'isher, of Danville, is now in corn, tho purchaser will have the right to put said land in small grain and the right of inteaching the colored school here. gress and egress lor that purpose to Ih place. R.C.WARRKN, Wo are having plenty of nice show Agent and Attorney in Fact for , John i. 1U Heirs. era, while neighboring localities are cry- 111 The hss upon it ueatherboarded lo; house of 6 or S rooms, under which there is a dry cellar, at till time.; a large and commodious barn and other necessary uutbuildinus. There is in the yard a tine well ol cool, pure and living water and also near the house h good spring, and for stock, purposes two good ponds on the farm. In short. tt Is one of the plcasantest places in the county to live In ail of its neighborhood environments One-thirTerms of Sale: cash in hand and the remainder cf the rfflTchase money in one and U. ',c 1.. ai s.j riA LOUISVILLE OR INCIUDIS CINCINNATI. DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE Pullman Vestibule Sleeping and Buffet Parlor Cars, Sill f. . Only Routo Through tho Indiana tfXhftlO Natural Gas Belt. VU TXCIE UNES AND THtia CONMCTIONS CAN Bt AT THE FRINCirAl TlCKlT CHICIS CF tLJTMCR KAIlAS, THROUGH TICKETS in ' For triciAL information ANY regard OESIRtO SERVICE, TlltGRAU DETAILS COhCERMNO THIS FIRST-CLAS- S PLEASE AFPLV IN PERV3N CN LEtTIR TO tltXER Of THE FOlLOMiMi! to hates a no CM tt 'Wcr. L V tJ J 1 "I I II '. KU H.H.UCIT.SrotifraPsss'rlctat, - MSHiTlU, TISS. UI1SGTCX, IT. CEO. K. IEOaPSO.. S. I. Fiu'r Igtit, lUl'tl KOOBT, IciUat toursl . Cor. Kurds 1. 15tEKS0H.IUtnctPijUrlg.iit, ISEISYIIU, t Fas'r Xgtct. lid YiM Su, ClHQBlTt, 0 ."' aiX II. - Vt 4j",i ;-- - . f.t-tVir-i- . ' v vw 'f --L.liTM. "-- I -- - y V- - JJUi H i Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. Cam to Life. Tit Hind of Women Tlint Get the Ileal Published Every Tuesday and Friday u .t lis. M u rar l1- - t f if li V 14 I 15 I Woman Thinks," hns interested nnd jo lb and 100 lbs ate per 100 lbs We am very thankful lor pnit patronage and resptctlully rentnused 1110 not a little. It is from tho H. quest its continuance Will deliver Worn lb up chapter on "Wives." Mrs. Cnhoon has vu, JC MRS. JANE IIAKKUW Carriage Fainter and Trimmer, not been in this world for nothing. Sho K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. has found out nuiong other things what All kind of vehicles painted trimmed and rekind of women always get the best huspaired In style. Plain and ornamental -:- Suns Satisfaction guaranteed In both workmanTrain mm Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning bands. Sho says: "Tho Bclflsh wifo and ship and price. Shop on main street, oer,Vm. at s:3 p. m. tho frivolous wifo gpt tho best husbands. Daugherty'a blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky. Englhh and Classical t'ur males and female.. They tnnko them. They could tako tho I. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. : : Kontucky. truant husband of tho delicate, com.11 7 pm Mail tram going North THE P. 0. MILLINERY. Is a Candidate for SherllT of Lincoln county, subSouth Nt at cession b.cinj Sent. cth. ilji Th course 113pm plaining wifo and of tho tearful wifo and ... 11 jl pm make model men of them. Express train " South ject to tbo action of the Democratic party. They know d teaching thorough, the buildings nnd grounds Pushed 1'or .Monet. North i oung ladies 111am beatiMlul ni.d rates reasonable. ....... ..9 36 a o how. Tho mau who uses his wifo for a. Lcal Freight North loardeil in the College, oung gentlemen boarded Call at the post office room and see the ' South... ..jo7pm doormat could oven bo made over by in the town. For further particulars nodnstha Tht latter traina alio carry passengers. MILTON KLLIOH. I'rendent, tho selfish wife. Ho would bo ns much and Th above it calculated on itaodard time. Sotar surprised n anybody by tho transformaIs a candulttc for Jatle-r- subject to tho action f iota is about to minutes faster. Stock the democtatic patty tion sho would bring nbout. COAb QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Of Mtlllnrry In town 'I lie gooli and prices are y Tho complaining, fault finding wifo bonnd to pleas you, gets a good husband. Ho grows G. W. Of Rowland, Stanford and Vicinity: MRS. P T. COURTS. 10 Trains pass Junction City as follows: patient nnd tolerant of the increasing Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action ol HSouth. bound.- - No. , Vestibule Limited. 11.50 woes Having made arrangements with the Last Ten. of his better half. Sometimes ho a. m,; No. 3 , Chtcago Limited, 3.35 a. m. ; No. 5., the Democracy, nesso Jcllico Coal Co., I am now prepared to sell r yi c New Orleans Expresi. 13 17 a. m ; No. 7., Local, wonders what sho will worry nbout next. you Jelllco Coat at the lowest possible maros cur, stock 11.1a p. m.; No. 9 , Hlue Grass Vestibule, 840 p. gin. find that by psflng cash and selling for Ho grows slow of speech ns years roll M. and see me M. cah I can tell much cheaper, so come our Winter North bound. No. 2, Vestibule Limited, 6.48 on, and his r bend a good and see how little money will buy p. m. ; No 4., Fast Mail, a 53 p. m ; No. 6 , Chlga-e- o Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action supply ot this Coal, the best on tn marac! Limited, .J7 am. No. 8 , Local, 2 35 1. m.; deal. Ho doesn't have a very good time, Thankum sou tnr past fasorsand soliciting a nrlvately helore, I will sell Truth. of the democracy. No. 10, Blue Grass Special, 6 a m. yours but ho never complains. Ho lets her do continuance of same, mm puMUly on S D ADAMS, Rowland nil the complaining." Of tho wifo of Itotli the Slime. tho future Sirs. Cahoon writes: "Tho 1893, About 50 years ago a hatter in tho I IIAVK., Btrongat weapon of tho successful wifo south of England had a sign hung out- Is a Candidate for Attestor, subject to the action is strategy. She is tho power behind side his door with "J. Dodging" printed of the Democratic party. 100 Valuable Town Lots and 100 tho throne, and sho rules by artifice. on it. There was a young clerk who Farm Containing 130 Acres, Acres of Valuable i.ands, Tho wifo of the futuro will bo the pow- was in tho habit of parsing by the shop D. Adjoining IC. D Kennedy, Hall Anderson, Sam er on tho throno, and sho will rule nat every morning. Ono day ho went All lying alonside of depot machine ihcps and M Owens, t, M. Ware. W. K Dunn and A II to to sell at a bargain, McKinnev, running lo urally because sho is capable of ruling. buy himself a new hat and left hisinold Is a candidate for County, subjectthe office ofof the yards at Corbin Will or would eichangc all to-a at K I). Kennedy back hattbe commencing point to ution of Lincoln lor good houses and is It gether or separately, The wifo of tho future will do her own to bo done up, promising to call for in democratic patty. well watered Katm. Correspondence snliclied it II T.CHESNUr, Also j head yearlings, muni Steers and Heifers, thinking. Her day has already dawned. two days' timo and then pay for his Corblu, Ky. new j milk Cows, 1 , Kood lliulbyMarct, i well bred, i Tho few women who havo opened their one. breeding, i Suckling yearling Kill,-- a trotter Colt, family Hursc, 8 stock Hoes and a Sows and eyes aro called advanced women. Tho Day after day went on, and he nover la a cand'date for jailer, subject to the action ol Pigs at Ewes and 6 Lamb), I lUck, i Kockaway I advanced woman is tho woman who ii turned up. He went to his business an- the d.mocracy. and Spring Wagon, Farming Utrnsllt, i Sulkey L. Cultivator, Reaper and Mowtr combined, m nheadof her time. But tho timo will other way. So tho hatter, becoming m m catch up with her one The undersigned hase for sale 40 -- outhdovvn and kitchen furniture, of theso days. It tired of waiting for his money, went one Fwet and 10 llucks Imported and bre.1 by ('.ran- Ttrme made known on dav ol asle. Jfbsokrtdy is impossiblo to say what tho world will morning nt the usual ville Cecil, ol lloyle. No finei or better bred fhtep l.VAN WON, McKlnocy 41 hour in search of Is acindidate for jalUr, subject to the action of in the Mate. do when woman is developed. Tho ad- him, and meeting him ho exclaimed: COOPER I1KNKDICT. 4t the old JefTerrnntan democracy. Manfurd, Ky. age, good wifo good ' 'Now, then, your v, got you. A cream of tarter baking pow band,'A offers womanmnkes ahint of husSPLENDID FARM a mero tho I am Dodging, tho hatter. B. der. Higest of all in leavening Imperfection of her work through past Tho young fellow then coolly exstrength. (Latest United btates ages. It is high time sho was up and do- claimed: "Oh, how strange! I am doing Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the Democracy ing. The self respecting wifo is tho th very same thing." ail GovernmentFood Report. will sell Millinery I will sell privalsly my tarn of wife who demands and receives. Wom jd seres, (situatHuttonvillo tide of thi ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., an is the maker of tho human race. Sho Da. McCORMACK AT UNUSUALLY LOW.PRIGES ed onpike, Wenmllet Irotnin.Ituitoav.llf andK within ville iW Fakes Wouldn't Do. 106 Wall St., New York. a hall mile of the railiuad station of MoieUnd, is above the angels. How can sho exfor Assessor, subject to tbe .ill of Caller Say, want a petrified man? Is a Candidate For the rest of the season Call and sate money, I he farm is In a splendid slit of cultivation, cuse herself for her inefficiency'" Museum Manager Indeed I do, right the Democracy. A snle idil liue ol Lsdies' Under, tar and Hos well Improved with a dwtlbn of 6 or ; rooms, A. S. necessary outbuildings, including a good bam. iery kept constantly on hand. Life to mo would be a drear blank in- off. About half ol the farm Is sown la grasa and th BSSBo SURGEON DENTIST. MISSLICCIE HEA7LEV, deed without tho sweet, sympathetic W. W. HAYS, "Well, I can do tho petrified man act entire place Is well watered aod can be d vlded Stanford, kv into i (r j rare. Is to suit the purchaser. Kor Office over MeRsberts Drug Store in"the 1 comradeship of my women chums. so no ono will ever guesa it." Is a candidate lor jailer, subject to the action ci J P LAND, Owsley Building. "You won't do. I don't want any the (iciuociacy Mcreland. Ky Tho constantly increasing employment Stanford. of women and girls in new occupations fake. I want a genuine living petrified is very gratifying. It is said that filling man, not an imitation." "Nobody'll know tho difference. " places at tho World's fair gronnds are of McKINNEV.KV Is caudidate "I don't want him for exhibition. I thea democracy. for jailer, sut ject to the action 2o,000 women clerks, stenographers and York typewriters, whilo hajf of tho persons want him for cashier. I have bought above idcntianed;;llotcl at engaged about tho exhibits qro women. Weekly. STANFORD, KY., and have attached a LOGAN AVEVUE, SAM M. But there is one old tradition that womMothers, and especially nursing moth- It a candidate for SherilTof Lincoln county, sub First-Cla: : si Bar and Pool Room. en must seo to it is exploded before they er", need tho strengthening euprort and Ject to the action of the democratic nmary. cau advance any further. It is to tho help that comes with Dr. PiercH'n Favor. Have repaired and refurnished the Hotel and Always 'sells goods lower than anyone else in am Dctler than ever effect that thero must always bo a man it Prescription. It lessens the pain town. New stock of Fruits every This Hotel, renovated and rtfurnlihrd, Is now D. in ray charge and I intend la conduct it to at to boss at tho head of every enterpribe. Let and burdens of child bearininsures not only bat to add ladies start business for themselves. Tho healthy, vigorous ollaprinitand promotes Is a candidate for Shenif of Lincoln couety,. sub- Prepared to Accommodate the to its longmaintain its hlrh reputation, accommodalist ol (nends bpectal Public. work of our sex thus far with few ex- an abundant secretion of nourishment ject to the action of the democratic primir) tions for commercial travelers aod An roauis for ' tktdliploy of samples. ceptions is in subordinate positions at on the part of the mother. It is an inJ Special atlenlionto Commercial Men 1 will open on Jauuary iMh, 1893 a M. V W OHKKN. Proprietor comparatively email wages. Often wo- vigorating tonic, made especially for wo "Dairy, Irom hich I can supply any quantity ot .'AtFirst-Clas- s j Saloon in any condiJOE CARSON, Manajer Jersey milk to the people of Maclord and Row- men do tho real work at an office for a men, perfectly liarmlcs-member tion ot the feinali nyatMii, ne it regulates Is a candidatu lorsubject to of the Legislature from Add II1LLIARD and POOL ROOMS attache land at the lullowing prices, delivered: oe nomination iy tne figurehead in trousers that gets four niul promotes all the natural functions Lincoln loutjty , JOSEPH COrrKY. mocracy, Fresh Milk, per gallon to centt times their pay. It is a neces&ary accom- and never conflicts with them. 10 cents Skimmed Milk, pir gallon paniment of our transition stage in the The "Prrecription" builds up, strength.... 8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon s industries. Let us strike for tho highest ens and cures. In all the chronic Falls Branch Jcllico Coal Co., 3will make Uo trips dally. The patronaze ol the and be satif-tieand disorders that fltliict women, with nothing less tho , G. A. PEV ION, J pontic is olicite J. Lincoln county In tho andidate lo Mmersand shippers el (be GENUINE highest work and the highest wages. it is guaranseed to benefit or cure, or the Is a t Legislature, represent the actlau ol the deStanford, Ky yr. I have returned Irom the cities with a. nice line subject to next el Millinery which will sell fur a small prom. Wherever a man is engaged in tho same money is refunded. mocracy Oncds leftover, as fresh as (hit seasons goods, -rKotice to the .Traveling Public. land of occupation that wo are, as for For every caoe of (Jsturrh wh'ch they from last siason, I will tell nt i Tr T it. fft are the sole agents lor .'i an ford Jand instance stenography, clerical jwsitions, cannot cure, the proprietor:, of Dr. Saue's . ...1 have had. . Ken COST FOR THE CASH ONLY, road land. Otbce torser ol Depot strrtt and rail- teaching, etc., let us accomplish our- Catarrh Remedy agree to nay ?"0O in crossing 6 selves in that chosen lino till wo can do cash. You're cuied by its mild, soothing, Is a Candidate fsr Jailer of I Incoln county and The reason I do this is lo reduce my ttKk of IIIOCINS A WATTS. asks his friends not to commit themselves to any At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and- moro nnd letter work in it than any cleansing and healing properties, or you one else, as he is forced to su at home and work fbods so I will beaulc to sellout my business at tiave in connection with Hotel one of the best sa- man we know. To tho determined all are paid. His candidacy it subject to the action ol the Dem the hrst opportunity. 10. I cordially insite the ladies to call and examine 'loous in the St,ate, open day and night; anight ocratic patty my goods I altosulleii a shaie ol ihur patrnn- Dr M J Davis is a prominent phsiclan of man meets all trains. In connection with House things yield. Then, having fitted our-m- 1 age. have also one of the best Mineral wells in the btatt. es for the highest, let us mako it ours. Lewis, ( ass county, Iowa, and has betn actively Manferd, ky engagtd in the practice of medicine at that place tnd for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Kloyd Mr. Henry B. Blackwell apeals to for the past ;j years On the 26th ol May, while AND LINCOLN COUNTY. F.nn, Tenn , A. A, Warren, Stanford, Dr. in tics .vioioci en route to unicagn, ne was taken with an attack ol dlarrhica. Having Seven Shares Capital Stock of 'D. E. Proctor, C H. Braum. Mr. and Mrs, T. W. women everywhere to make a determined l nsnwing you lHamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Johnson, effort this summer and fall and seo that sold Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea lr y.mr liberal tattxmagn for I:e knowing its re Remedy Tfew Haven, Jim Cox, Greensburt;. Rates Jj per none but men favorable to laiiseN'on, rcspeellully riuest Its coutinuar Stanford Water, Light & Ice Co. woman's prog- liability, for the past 17a years, and c, me a call, he procured day. J M. Petrey, clerk. Give dowsot 35 cent bott re during the coming season. Indeed I expect all to My ress aro nominated for members of htato which completely cured bira 'I he excitement Siwnper cent dividrnd guaranteed There is turned mother, Mrs. kate Dudderar. has juit mil osoty J.W. CARRIER, Prop. IIIC line ut Irom theeltic. with an and chance ol water and diet incident to travtl- - no better or safer stock Apply to legislatures. It is through tho state leg- mg often produce a diarrhoea Everv one should Imery, embracing M C fAUFLKV islatures that school and uiuniciiKil suf- orocure n bottle of this remedy before leaving aiamuru, rvj, 41 MANUFACTURED ALL OF THE NOVELTIES home For sale b) W II. Mckoberts, Druggist, frage must come. Stanford. s J B. BltiEY, Proprietor, hich she will has c lull control ..STANIORD I irst. It is nxdo by a borne Of the tcasnn, cl "I believe that women should stand The success ot Mrs Annie M lleain, of institution She also engaged a Sreond, the Ice is absolutely and - Pmnsylvania, in the treatment ot Kontucky. by women in tho criminal courts," says. '"'"''' ,n"i,e l""g wafer, London, SALE STASIS, be of Interhh V ''"'' .....v.. ........,i. iiiicu nu men carelully lilteretl Dres3-MakeFirt-Clas- s Mrs. Ellen Henrotin. Yes, and every- est to in herchildrtn will undoubtedly spent sever- LIVEST, before being frueti Third, Artihcial Ice will last Hotel and am better mothers. She says "I man) I have moved to my ne longer than pond lee al weeks in Johnstown, Pa after the great Hoot, an epidemic prepared than ever to accommodate the public. - where else! my Millinery before muth Call on account of my husband being employed there At John Mjnelee's w brick on Depjt.sticd, h Inlying and examineyour slock oflor your drcstes of choleia is looked lor during the sear and nothGood Livery attached and every convenience deorder and leave , Tho societies known as tho Colonial ing is so apt to produce or spiead this disease as 01 wnom e nail several children two circd. uive me a can. 1 hanking you for past favors we solicit same ii impute water or Ice. I got FRANK RILEY. Ktftb.lt will be Dames and Daughter of tho American trtik the diarrhaa very badly Diarrh ra :me of 77 W. RAMSEY, Kenrt Chamberlain's Colic. Chokraand MAItV DAVIS:i)UDDERAR. Revolution will of courso in a short edy from Rev. Mr Chapman. It cured loth ol Delivered Regularlyand Punctu-al- l be glad to a. commodate all Who will time become tho most eminent author- them, I know of evcral I other cases whereex-it with goodatnll times THOMAS KAGrR. EAGER. ngi at reasonable rates. My'Hus will JAMES was equally succetstul. think it cannot be t your Doors ities on American history on this conti- celled and iheerfully recommend It" .5 aod so meet alt k. C. trains. a3 KOWLAND. KV. cent bottles for sale by W I! McRobcrts, Stan, Every morning at tbe following Prices. nent, for of course tho members spend & YEAGER, much time in studying tho history of ford, kv. HARDWARE, For 100 pounds or over IN CROGERIES, DEALER 4oc per hundred. ! Mr Thomas llatte. editor of the Graphic, their country and (lifting, discussing For jopounditoioo . 45c per hundred. Arkansas, has lound what he believes to moved into his new store at the junction of nnd verifying it in nil its branches, doHas STASIS, and For 10 to jo pounds.. work Ctbinet be the best remedy Come to Rowland for existence for (lux His ex. JOc per hundred. the Stanford &. I rab Orchard and "( ut o" pikes perlence it well worth remembering He ays size only i 50 per doren Card Si. I will make No less than 10 poundtidellrertd. at Kewland and Is now better than ever prepared mestic, ivolitical, commercial and mili- "Last Summer r..id a severe afack ot Mux ' Saturday ataaine to please the trade lu both 10 tary. Of courso that was largely tho tried almost tverv known remedy, none giving re- negatives at I rab Orchard every take advantage of STANFORD, luY. E. II It KM KU. Hoping the cituetis will rates object of organizing such societies and lief. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and l'.iurli.n these rates anil encourage me in my goou vtorm, op, ckoid3, Wc are In our new stable in the Ofcra Home purchased am, respectfully. Itemedy was ncoinmended me. thus doing a great historical work for bottle and recilved almo.t toImincdiato relict. aI Ulock and are well supplied with FRANK CORDIKR Etc. He has rr ently added greatly to bis stock O continued to use tbe medicine and was entirely o and having no rent to pay and no loss by bad debts their uutivo country. Of coursel I take pleasuie in recommending this remgoods cheaper th in any body. I all o cutid. tie can sell you NEW RIQS AND HORSES o. St. Paul is just the nicest cify in this edy to any person suffering with such a diienie, get his prices beferc buying and 57H tn ineuicine opinion it republic. IMen nnd women belong to tho as my35 and toe Is the best sale by W, In Mc II bottles for purchased and nothing but Press club theio on an exact equality. Roberts, Druggist, fctanlord. Ihe hnest fruit belt of New Mexico, No fall urtiuuts will leave the stable. ure in crops under irrigation if properly attended A brilliant and good looking httlo womUucHlln'ti Arnica Salvo. to. All fruits (grown in California cun bti grown an, Mrs. Steele, is court reporter for Tho The best salve in tbe world lor cuts, bruises In New Give P except oranges mid lemons. Hating 1'Ufhan.d the 3 Pioneer Press newspaper, being tho only tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fover sores, tetter, chap- Land from $M toSjo per acruuti 10 years' time, at Wt all chilblains, n or nddrevs, crtip lady, so far ns I know, who goes into a ped hands,positively curescorns and po skin requir- b per cent. Call oil R. C. MORGAN, I) I). S , 0-lions and piles, or pay courtroom nnd reports law trials daily ed. It is guaranteed to t?iv. pcrlect satislactioe Stanford, ky. t for a newppajKir. Besides all this, St. or money refunded. Pncn 15 cents per box CRAB ORCHARD wor sale fy A. R. Penny, Stantord, Kv. Of J W. Ramsev, lam Increasing the stock as Paul pays men nnd women teachers in fast as possible and wilUoon have it p tho public schools tho eamo wages for the same work. In both good loolis and n progreesivcuesa St, Paul is n city that n If puts to slmino nearly all the older places Wlien IUby wni sir!.-- , we gtvo her CastorK my store on Lancaster utrect urn! I will o Call at in America. enake it to your interest to trade with me When she viai a Child, sho cried for C'astorla. :- 21 The Woman's Journal calls attention When (din became Ml, alio clun to CostorU. '1 his lamed Summer Resort, with its HUTCHINCS. W.C. to tho fact that every now political or- When she bad Clil'dreu, she gevetliem Caxtoria. j O A. G. Lantma. ganization instinctively makes woman ioliu U. Cattleman. c p Btiffiage a leading issue. The old polit Healing Waters and Eostful Surical organizations must tnke a hint from 3 roundings, this example if they wish to keep on top. 3S: re All Froe" Efcij&ft. re Dr. Uarrietto 0. McCalmont, n grad'I hose who have used Dr King's New DUcov Q. those who have not erv uate of tho Pennsylvania Medical col now know its value and try it free. Cull on thehave adthe opportunity to lege, has been apjiointed assistant physi- vertised druggKl and get 4 tiial bottle free. Send GttcHts.' to H. E. liuck'en .V your cian resident at tho Pennsylvania Stato get a namebottle of Dr. King'it Co , Chicago, and f New Lite Pills as trial ft Hospital For tho Insane at Warren- well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household Health and pleiiure teelcrt will fiml this Instruetor free All of winch Is guaranteed lo do In Loveland, Colo., Mrs. E. M. John- you good and cost ou nothing at A. R Penny s Yf 3 '(tr."'"sZ"ll re son is serving her second term an presi- drugstore. . AN ADMIRABLE PLACE & CASTLEM A N dent of tho board of education. See the World's Fair for 15 Conta 8 Upon receipt of your addiess and 15 centsln Every nico old tabby in this country MANAGERS, To recover their wonted health and energies and OILVERWaR- iwstagettampt we will mall jou our .Souvenir at the same lime secure quiet, home like fare at or Burette who writes nbout doing house- Portfolio of the Columbian Fxposilton. as we to Commerce Building, Louisville work thinks it is just tho occupation for The regular priceWorld'a but nominal want youwill it 50c, Wi have oni we make tbe price other people's girls. or Art and a thlug lo be prized. It Agents throughout the South. find It a work Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt Pr ce of Board from $7 to Sia pcrjweek. buildings, the Annie Tnylcr, tho English girl traveler, contains full page viewtoland is Krent executed In tho personal attention given to repair D'o further inlormation apply to wlthdescrlpticntof tame penetrated farther into Thibet than any hlchest stjleol art. If not satisfied with it after work. One call will I have at my place a deen Hay Maro with small .-A- TJtXIBLS, Lootl Ar-n- t, convince you OUS we will refund the stamps and let von you W. tlar auu icu ninu loot while, good mane and tall. masculine explorer 1uih yet been able to keen net Itbook. Address II. E. Iluckrvn .V Co , the high, Owner can get her by partus ij4 handt that this is the place to trade. Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Ky. do. 1'UZA AUCIIAKD COXNEIL .STANFORD, KY. Chicago, 111. cnarget. 37 It. Il.CKUW. VWhen not topajd $U,0O will be charged.- 1 $3 PBR YKAK IXADVANCK llusbiiiuls, A paragraph I linvo just rend in Hnryot Ilolt Cnlioon's new book, "W'hnt Ono "Yes," Kild Robinson, "I was walking It a candidate for Jailer, oubject to the action of on uptier Broadway when a poor woman the Democratic patty. He would appreciate your nnd two children attracted my atten- vote tion. They wcro suffering. I stopped them. The husband had died that mornJOHN M. JOHNSON ing, and they wero penniless. I went It a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county to their home, and there I saw, laid on subject to the tctlocofthc Democratic party. a table with a bhi'ot covonng it, tho corpse of tho poor father. I gnvo them W. McCLARY money and left the home of bohow. I thought when I reached the street that Is a Candidate for Superintendent ol Public School for Lincoln Count), subject 10 the action I had not given them ptioutth, ami 1L re- ot the Derrocracy. mounted the three flights of stairs. I knocked at tho door, and the poor dead A. GIVENS father opened UP Life. O. P. HUFFMAN i ITOTICX l-2- I DR. W. B. PENNY We.will Deliver IOE Every Morning at c por lb. In Mantord and Rowland and by 50 lbs. toe per Dentist. Oflic South tula Main street, In office recea vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. JOHN first-clas- s DeNARDI, F Garrard Lancaster. College, J. -- DINK FARMER , Largost Best Selected usn-nll- DEBOKD TO BURNERS 1 vi..ii're t-- -- F. ELKIN, I m uti m 1 respix-tfull- 40-v- n JNO. BRIGHT Friday, Sept. i.ftli, , E. KENNEDY, t V df yure tllue-Uras- s W.L.DAWSON, ti .Szk mWTf Tor Salt). 1 Itout-hol- d JOHN BAILEY, JOHN MERSHON TO TUX TiADIXS. FOR SALE PRIVATELY. 1 Tit-Bit- s. EMMETT PRICE, in C. D. FOWEX.X., PETER HAMPTON. OWENS, Commercial Hotel, GXXTSB.AZ. STORH, "New THE GOFFEY HOUSE Stanford, Kentucky, JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. - T. NEWLAND, Tint-Cla- ss F. NORTH, jT-- tl weak-necee- HARVEY HELM T. J. HATCHER MILLINERY. 1 01-- 1 Original Jcllico Coal. 'Tha 3h.9ltoxi House, FOB. SALE. The People of Stanford 1 tun-dcn- lv ITgw Millixiory.' cb-ga- ul t- -o WvC THE RILEY HOUSE ICE, lortbe-erettiin- ' e'lar-rhi- ra mM 11 r. ''" v.v witn-us- J. Pro'r., lex-arkan- a. PHOTOGRAPHS first-claw-i1 YEAGER 1 w;ni mi m . 1 1 s'rocji nucjcrf. 1 111 txi.t-en'e- .'' Th.e Foos Valloy. COME to SEE ME. : hrtl-tls- it llicm a Call. Q 4 Grocery Business Complete in Every Par ticular. . BANK vtn THE JEWELER. STANFORD, SPRINGS. ceptloiiof Up ml & 4 ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. Stock Most Complete Insurance Company a I its. Is Now Open for the Re o Y'asvi N tm BARBEE Mt o ? -- ST Reasonable Rates. , r .1 '. 2.l V . V l.1 Sr ;a"v ' .. ejj K, ' tr