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When Two or NO. 47 Middleburg is growing and several LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. new houses have gone up since I was the Three are Sacramental services will be held at Mr. John Provo U attending tho there in the spring. Mr. Isaac Cowan's Gathered Together. the Presbyterian church on Sunday at 11 ' sale of lots brought fair at Chicago this week. in a good many A. M. LuiKtiTV, Aug. !). Monday wbh tj10 Quito a number of our citizens went RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. foreigners who were so well pleased tlrstday of circuit court at Liberty. A Ex P. M. G. Wannamaker thinks Three College; Three Training Schoolf. Fifteen departments of study. Healthful location ic to Knoxville last Sunday on the excurgood many people wore gathered to- - with tho quiet little town that they re- that the country is on the verge of a rev- the heart of the Blue Grass Region. Gymnasium and Athletic grounds. Moderate expenses, sion f 1GO to fJlO. Attendance last session 633 from thirty States and countries. For full information, Rev. A. S. l'etry preached at Mt. gother and of course the I. J. man was mained. olution. and catalogue apply to ,. 11. 2IIANTON, D. D Chancellor, Richmond, Kentucky. . Yosemite has done little or nothing iu ZIon, In the southern part of the. State there. Court began promptly at 10 a. Brother Frank has rested well durtho lat year or two toward improving ing m., with Judge Jones aud Commonhut Sunday. the past few days and is somewhat brother, wealths Attorney Muncle and a host of herself and it is generally thought that Improved this (Thursday) morning. Dr. i A. Pennington anil M. K.'Pennington, were called home to attorneys on hand. Tho docket is a tho little lumber town at the terminus of It has been suggested that if the see their mother, who is very nick. rather light one and it is thought that it tho Cincinnati, Green River and Great men who are out of employment In Den. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Drs. J. D. Adkins, W. M. Blaln and will ho gotten through with this week. Southern Railroad is about as big as it ver could arrange to form professional will ever be. Morally, Yosemite has F. K. Berry have been appointed board Allen, for tho murder of Barlow, at a base ball clubs, they could manage to picnic some time ago, will be tried, improved considerably and those who stem the financial tide, as no amount of of pension examiners at this place. 1893. Judge H. H.Tye made Bomonpeech-e- s which, by the way, is about ttie only ought to know eay that rd liquor ia hard times will prevent a fine attend"monstrous" hard to get there. There Full corps of Contervatory and Normal School teachers. Superior counes in Literature, Music aaa In tho Grays precinct of Knox coun- important case that will come up. ance at a national game of b. b. Art. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. was some room for improvement so far Liberty is the same old seven and eix ty, last week, in favor of local option. A suggestion having been made as Illegal sale of whisky is concernMr. O.IA. Denham la building an and with the exception of Bob Pierce's as tho to colonizing the colored race of the U. ed. Green new residence and the big hotel he is addition to his dwelling-house- . S., the N. Y. Press thinks that tho nehi;btonvii,le. postmaster and of building, there are no visible changes ' As Sid Adams, George Goode, Higgins groes have the same right to insist upon Is expecting to he course would bo expected to do some Binco I was here last. Wood aud Moae Cook were going calling the colonization of the white race. In fixing up. The hotel spoken of. above will bo a Sunday night their horse ran over the other words, "Mr. White Man, if yoa are Tho M. E. Conference of this district daisy indeed when it is completed and embankment near Mr. Smith Powell's noc satisfied with the condition of things FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. met here on the "d and held over Sun- many think it will be most too mam- and tho four young gentlemen were pre- light out. I'se here to stay." day. There were quite a number of moth a thing for Liberty. Bob Pierce cipitated to the bottom of the little Mr. Porter, the Englishman who suA SCHOOL AND HOME FOK GIRLS. able preachers here from all parts of the don't think so though and as he has creek below in any other than a gentle perintended the taking of the American Good Faculty; superior advantages; a beautiful and healthful location. Special course and special made money out of everything ho has manner. The fall was some 10 or 12 census, has returned to New York and inducements offered to those who desire to raaltc teachers. Our aim is to make our pupils thorough mountains. Dr. Savage, of Winchester, was here over tried it is generally conceded that feet and it was almost a miracle that resumed the editorial control of the New The College has been recently refited, and a College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, M. Q. THOMSON, Principal. 33 lost week and established an auxiliary this big hotel scheme will not provo an they all were not seriously hurt. The York Press. It is to be hoped that when &c.,have been added. lllblu Society exception. It is a frame structure, will surrey was an unrecognizable mass of the time comes to take the next census branch of the American .FOR. with J. S. Jones president and Walker bo three stories in height and will con- wood and iron and the horse was bady that somo native born American can bo tain 50 rooms, including a couple of largo hurt, but Cook and Goode escaped with- found with sufficient qualifications to Mason secretary. We are glad to congratulate our old store rooms. Wood work has been com- out a scratch, while Adams and Wood discharge the duties of superintendent. friend and schoolmate, Harvey Helm, pleted up to the second story and the were fortunate to get oil with a few Capt. Charles Gallagher and J. Fleece on his succeea, and are suro Lincoln promise of a grand inn is very Mattering. slight bruises. KobinBon have returned from a visit to county will be ably represented in the It is likely that Mr. Piorro will run it, Mr. George Miller Givens, who was Clear Creek Springs in Bell county. They and if he does the traveler can rest as thrown from a mower several days ago report a large crowd in attendance and next Legislature. Frankie, the little daughter of Mr. ured that ho will be well taken care of and had his collar bone broken, is rapid- say the water will cure anything in the and Mrs. E. E. Watkins, died on the when in Casey's capital. ly improving. It is thought that bis world except consumption. If this be A couple of patent medicine men had fortune in securing so good a piece of true, the attendance ought to be larger vonlno of the 4th. after an illncsa of four weeks. She was' burled the next tho day Monday and took in many a government pie, will soon pull him out than at the World's Fair. The fare is quarter and half dollar for their "cure- - of his bed so that he can receive the said to be good and the rates reasonable, day intho cemetery. Kev. L. E. Tupper returned home alls." Dr. Kagland had his Lightning n( fr;n. ifl,nil . which ia quite an item in these days . . .. from Vermont, where ho has been Belief ....I Dr. Casaidy his World's hmmett Mcuormack s many menus when money is said to be as Bcarce as spending the summer, last Friday morn- Wonder and they both did well until are sorry to learn that he has withdrawn hen's teeth. ing, He is thinking of going to Kansas they got to treading on each other's from the assessor's race. This leaves Eb Mr. llalford, private secretary to toes in their remarks, when the lie and Kennedy the only aspirant for that Harrison, who was appointed paymasto take charge of a school there. There are times when news seems d n lie were given aud then came even oliice in this neck o' the woods and he ter in the regular army over the heads Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. Adto run out and this is one of the times. more unbecoming epithets. The crowd, will get nearly n solid vote. of thousands of Union soldiers, and eent dress. R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. Everyone ie staying at home and no- which was hungry for a fight, thought Joe Morris' mule team ran away Wed- on a junketing expedition to Paris to All those that there was a fight in sight certain, nesday and barely escaped running into pay off 8 or 10 Bohring Sea commissionbody is coming to see them. visit us are either waiting but It was mistaken, for as they were J. F. Steele's store. Cesar Minor's bar- ers, has returned to the United States who expert to for circuit court, which commence on about to come together, Deputy Sheriff" ber pole was knocked down, the driver's and is in Washington having a pleasant the 'JIM, or the fair, which is Aug. M, Wilford Dye stepped up aud Informed head was mashed and a little excitement time. Ho is a native born Englishman, continuing four dava. The court docket them that another word from either was created, was about the only damage however, and entitled to great consideris a heavy one and the four weeks allot- would land them both in Casey's little that was done. ation on that account. George Washted us no doubt will bo crowded with duiik't'Oti of a jail, aud the two would-bThe younger society boys are Jprepar-in- g ington said on the eve of a battle during M. I)'n. were soon as cool aud calm as business and wo are expecting everyfor a big party at Mr. L. B. Adams' the revolutionary war: "Put none but you please. body iu Southeastern Kentucky to But on the evening of tho 17th. Somo -- oO Americans on guard Among the hustling merchants of Lib- invitations will be issued and a great things have changed since then. present at tho fair, besides a great many erty are Pole, Geoigo and Dull Portman. time is looked forward to. s from a dlsUnr. The opinions of members 'of New stock, styles and shades. which is only 11! feet Their store-roothus far indicate that the discus Mies Helen Reid left Wednesday for Letter From Rev. John Bell Gibson. wide, hut 100 feet long, is a little pecuPaducah. After a short stay there she sion on the repeal of the Sherman silver ll'o the KJiiar Intttlor Junrnil liar iu appearance, but it is tho sceno of will visit tho World's Fair with her bill will amount to about this: The adpaper is 90 CoRitIN, Aug. 8th. Your a great deal of business. They carry n Mrs. J. W. vocates of the repeal will claim and boldwidely circulated that wherever I go I general merchandise stock and iu con- friend, Miss Caldwell. tlnd and enjoy tho best county paper in nection sell prohibition drinks till you Weatherford, daughter, Miss Agnes, and ly assert that the Sherman bill has causReady Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, son, Archie, of Ennis, Texas, are visit- ed the present financial panic, while the tho Statu. Landreth's Garden Seed at can't rest. My meeting in this town is Trenching ing friends aud relatives here. Mrs. J. friends of silver will claim that the Sher1 had a pleasant talk Monday evening S. Goode aud Miss Dollie Williams will man bill has had nothing to do with the out through tho whole community hiuI with Mr. McDowell Fogle, a retired at- go immenbo audiences assemble lat every to Cumberland Falls this week. Mrs. panic. Tims far no reasons have been and nu excellent old gentleman. service. We are having confessions torney S (S. Drye and Misses Alice aud Mabel, given by either side for the views they Store, Stanford, Ky. Mr. Fuglo waj born iu Lebanon 7.S years daily. will return from a visit to Mr. D rye's entertain, nor does there seem to be any a ago and bears the distinction of being This is an important town for us as mother at Staunton this week. Samuel likelihood of any being given. The ar religious people, as here is located one the first wiiite child born in that town. Held and wife leave Friday for Russell gument will simply consist of a dogmatof our four church schools and wo Ipro-po- He moved to Casey about 00 years ago Springs; Mr. and Mrs. John Steele Car- ic statement of opinion on each side and making this a strong radiating and iias since been identitied with her penter will go next week. Joseph L. nothing will be determined except by a interests. Mr. Foglo informed me that point for adjacent churches. Cowan, of Wichita, Kansas, who has vote on the question of repeal. It is a auduriiu' his residence in Casey ho has We have in one respect a peculiar beauty, has great mistake to assume that every man s built in been visiting a Hustouville dience. A gentleman, last evening, es- seen three brick returned home. Miss Lizzie Thompson, who can manage by hook and crook to timated that In tho large crowd; present Liberty and consequently has been of Lancaster, is visiting Misa Bettio Car- to get into Congress is either a Statestaxed for them all, while in that time there were people from ton Matcn. penter. W. I). Weatherford is at the man or a Solomon. There are many Corbin is feeling now very hopeful for four jails have been built for which ho World's Fair. things in tho world they do not know, tho future as there is every indication lias paid out a good deal of tllthy lucre. was given and but only one that it can be said of A delightful reception that this will bo the end of u division on Mr. Fogle represented Casey in tho Leg- Monday night by Mr.. T. L. Carpenter, a truth they do know viz: to keep in tboL. A N'., and that the shops will bo islature several times and was one of to her friend, Miss Roberts, of Coviug-toposition as long as possible and draw permanently located hero. There are the body which went to Columbus, O., thoir $o,000 a year. Compared with the Misses Lou Hocker and Minnie Din- - wages of the average laboring man, the many pretty homes, fine mineral water, at the beginning of the war for tho purpose of consulting the legislative bo ly widdie are both quite sick. altogethplenty of rain, cool nightsjand pay of a member of Congress, is worthy in session there, regarding the restorabuilding at of consideration. The M. C. is evidentThe new Sunday-schoo- l er a quiet place in which to live. Tho temperance people won a signal tion of peace. He is a polished old Morelaud, which was begun bofore Mr. ly in a position to sympathize with the victory yesterday in Grays' precinct, gentleman and is chuck full of informa Green died, aud which was the direct wage earner who is dependent upon his which includes a part of Corbin by 177 tion. J. A. Fates, president of the Mid- result of his good work, is being pushed daily toil for a subsistence. Mr. majority, or more than two to one. The dleburg and Liberty turnpike, is deter- by the good pcoplo of Hustonvillo and LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. county judge, county attorney, nherill' mined that there shall be very little Moreland. It will ho a credit to More-lauof Knox originator, aud a monument to the. and all tho county ollicers R. K. Bowling aud W. B. Neal left "knocking down'' done by his gatecounty nre aggressive prohibition men keepers. He issues tickets to parties who is now reaping the reward of a Sunday night for tho World'a Fair. life. and all did valiant service in this elec- who use the ro.ul to much extent as Au ice cream supper was given at ATMCKINXKV. e tion. They caunot have too much well as to all persons living on tho road Wednesday uight for the The Masouic building is completed praise from all good people. and tho only cash the toll gate men get and is indeed au improvement to Main the benefit of the late Kindergarten. a lino for tho I etarted out to drop you The infaut of Matthias Foutz, our to handle is that paid in by transients. Intkiuok Jouunai. nbout tho good meet- Lincoln county might do well to follow street. tailor, died Tuesday uight. It was about Kev. W. R. Davidson, the clover posting wo are having, but it has grown to Mr. Kates' example. four months old and its mother died at master, says he believes he has filled his its birth. bheets. The waste basket may be two Tho ladies of tho Christian church bo the suitable place for this communica- gave an ice cream supper at the Napier oliice so well that the domocrats will Mr. Sam Warnack has bought J. A. i ashamed to turn him out. Mr. David-so- Riley's lease on the Jackson John BiluGihsos. tion. House and House, Monday night, tho proceeds of is a splendid man and a better postwhich will go towards repairing the master could hardly bo found, but the took charge Monday. Mr. Riley will McCormack Withdraws. Emmett The prettiest girls in town democratic ax will get him sooner or la- make his future home in'Ohio. church. Finding that my business will not per-n- acted as waiter, which Prof. Milton Klliott ia the instructor within itself was ter and he no doubt will be prepared for the Laurel couuty teachers' institute iuh to be from home us much as a worth double the money. for it. thorough canvass of tho county would Tho Casoy County Teachers' Institute of and is receiving praise from the teachers Mr. J. W. Pulliam and wife, I have, after duo deliberanecessitate, will convene at Middleburg on Aug. Washington City, are visiting her moth from the mauner in which he conducts After the first of July instead of selling goods on 6 months' time we tion, decided to withdraw from tho race promises to be a joyful as well as er, Mrs. Dr. Green Moore. W. M. Mc- it. It Commonwealth's Attorney W. R. will present our accounts the 1st or 15th of each month, as suits the for the oliice of assessor. My frionda profitable meeting. The Cornet band Missouri. J. P. and O. L. Ramsey arrived from Barbourville ciris buyer. Our idea is to do a have voluntarily promised me their sup- will furnish music for the night enter- Afee in Crow aro attending the Springfield fair. cuit court this week. He tells me there mo that I Bhould port and have assured the string band tainments while a K. L. Tanner is receiving a good were S convictions to circuitpenitentiary not be left in the field, but for tho above will enliven things during the day. The court. this term of the Knox of wheat at 50 cents. Mr. VanArs-dall- , deal reason I decline to go further. I am citizens of town and vicinity will do all but for convenience we extend the above time. We propose giving of tho Huston villa mills, has paid A Queenly Head very grateful indeed for the many pledg- in their power to make tho teachers' and our customers the best goods and guarantee to sell you Hardware, as high as 55 cents for sovoral crops. can never rest on a body frail from dis- Groceries, Otiecnsware, VVoodenware, Tinware, &c, for es I have received, aud at ouie tuno iu visitors' stay among them aa. pleasant as less money W. E. 0. ease any more than the lovely lily can' the future may call on my friends for possible. Thoso interested in the cause grow in the sterile soil. When consump- than you can buy them anywhere on 6 months' time. Our explanaBy working extra hours to meet the tion fastens its hold upon a victim, the tion for making the change is that it takes too much money carry on their support, but for the present I shall and frionda of education are cordially atdemand for national bank notes, the whole physical structure commences its our business on the 6 months' time. bo compelled to remain at homo and During the iS months we have invited to attond and Bpond a week of Bureau of Engraving and Printing will decay. At such a period, before the been selling goods our sales have been much larger than we. expected tend to its duties. Gratefully Yours, pleasure. disease is too far advanced, Dr. Pierce's Emmktt McCormack. issue about 11.500,000 a day to be added Golden Medical Discovery MIDDLEMUKd AND Y08KMITK. ill arrest and we arc very grateful for the liberal patronage we have received. and cure it. So certain is this that au We are also proud to say that our enstomers have been the very best The I. J. man tarried at these two to tho general circulation. Look Forward Not Backward. Three men started down Pike'aPeak offer is made to refund the money paid villages long enough to add a few names people in the land and we are sure we can make it to your interest to Stockton's Autlsentlc la a scientific on a railroad toboggan to boat the rec- for it when a failure cau be found under of a fair trial. remedy, fully up with the progressive to the already good list of Interiou continue with us. We will continue to take Country Produce in Their rehiclo the condition ord in quick descent. Don't be discouraged, it has cured Journals that make their aire for goods at the highest market price. Thanking you for past John Flynn, after horribly butcher- favors, we are where others have failed. It is truly tho visits, and besides made a goodly num- jumped the track on a curve and the Very Respectfully, conqueror of disease. ber of renewals, for which ho is duly romains of tho three will be buried aa ing his four children, cut his own throat by A. H. Penny, Druggist BROS. at St. Louis. I soon as they can be collected. For sale thankful. Stanford. ViiHHI CENTRAL university M vl Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday. September 5th .1 J ' M1HXSTIAN (DOXjXJQGB, Hustonvillo, Ky. Fancy Grocsnes,Breai Cakes, Pies Candies, Lunches,Fnits, &c, ,..., ... u. tnn ... callonrzimmer THE BAKER. A Good Meal for 25 Cts. SEASONABLE GOODS. o 1 WALL PAPER & ALABASTINE Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. Cot.-gres- :1 N A ) a- - ' -- Wo Bo MoMMBffiJBTi NcDrug '9 u 1 v- - eo Elegant New Stock of conrt-Hotise- n. d well-spe- nt Rugs, Carpets, Mattings -- J court-hous- Al ',. Severance & Son Read This and Profit by CASH BUSINESS, -- ' u it It. 'Jl-1- !5. first-cla- ss 95 'i i.-- f ex-chan- semi-weekl- y McKINNEY 1 .j-- .. iff X ..- -: y ' ! k :jr . ''x-lt- . ,.i " tsv r' '.i' i r 7 ',,;',W,J'1r'l)? ) n r. M I'. I 1 A m1 Vm.nr. nnn,lnnlnr fjrin. stead, Miss Knox, who struck the propAttila Cox baa been er key note on the subject in a few -:appointed receiver of the Louisville, St. words containing much good sense and Stanford. Ky.,- - August 1!, 18J)3 Louis & Texas railroad. deep meaning. Griustead then extendAlfred Story, editor of Harper's ed the subject elaborately, being assisted Youug People, died at St. Luke's hos- by H. S. Young, M. D. Hughes, Miss Is the predicament in which our Grand and Glorious Republic finds itself, with innumerable VV. P. WALTON. pital, New York, of typhoid fever. Mary Kay and others. Adjjurned. The Louisville Mozart Music Hall AVTKRSOON. was nearlv destroyed by fire, causing Opened with music, after which query much loss to the firms and poor families box was opened nnd many interesting who occupied it. questions were asked. Then penmanPrivate Laugherty, of the Fort An- ship was introduced and several quesderson garrison, was assassinated Mon- tions asked and answered; also many Every day, for which at present there seems to be no relief, and under the existing circumstances it be- -' day night by Coal Creek miners while he letters aualyzed, the teachers giving TICKET. DEMOCRATIC " hooves is all to whs leaving n house of attention. For Representative, The official list of the new House of Grinstead now took up Infini Prof. HELM. Representatives gives the democrats 220, tives and by the assistance of the body republicans 120. third party 9. There is assembled extended the subject so ex one vacancy, making the whole number tensively that all seemed thoroughly satTiik president's message, which we Sort isfied. Rive in full on our Oth page, is short, The Bank of Rig Stone Gap has susII. S. Young came to the front and sharp and decisive. It indulges in no pended. A steady draw of its deposits presented and handled Mental Arithornamental or usele68 words, but like from $290,000 to $15,000 and a falling off metic satisfactorily, so much so that Miss the doctor of medicine, who having in its loans of $225,000 caused it to Anna Keid, Mis9 Cook, Miss Lawis, Mr. thoroughly diagnosed the case, preCress, Miss Thurmond, Miss Knox, Mr. Possible by economizing in every conceivable way, and since money saved is money made, you would do scribes the remedy for the ills that afJudge W.tB. Fleming, of Louisville, Brough, Mr, Holmes, Miss Georgia Lewwell by coming at once to the fect the material body, so Dr. Cleveland, has been appointed Chief of the Law is and the conductor, being enthused with equal conlldence and precision, having carefully examined the case, and Contract Division of the Treasury upon the matter, aired their opinions. ' wlms fl ' ?rwr "Jsuggests the cure for the evils that Department, an important and desirable THURSDAY .MOH.NIXU. position. Hl menace the body politic. He regards Opened at appointed time with music The gold reserve in the National the compulsory silver purchase law as being by the aiembers. Devotional exercises Notions, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, &c, and we will save you at least 25 percent, the source of our financial troubles and Treasury continues to increase, is by Rev. W. E. Arnold. Supt. Rawlings, To purchase Dry Goods, surplus after stating the case in the clearest and nowS102.2Jl,4S5. The on all coods. Don't take our word for it, but come and examine goods and prices anil convince yourself however, the net balance be- of Boyle county was made an honorary j most concise manner possible, urges member. When the query box was tnat you can easily save cnougu uy uuying irum id iu (iun.u.ibu .1 ruunu-irifing $15,939,722. Congress to repeal it at once. There is The Board of Health of Escambia opened it was found to contain but few no partisan appeal in the paper. It is county, Fla., has announced that two questions, which were soon disposed of. brave and patriotic, not even charging Interest and percentage having been from yellow fever have occurred the republicans with the passage of the deaths in Pensacola. The announcement creat assigned to C. H. Holmes, but beiug abbill, as it might have done, but simply sent in attendance on the resolution Seize this Golden Opportunity to secure Unparalleled bargains. referring to it as "a truce between the ed a panic and 1,500 people left once. Lindsoy Pickerel and Jim Miller as- committee, was excused and Mr. Brough advocates of free silver coinage and was called to the board by tho conducthose intending to be more conserva- saulted Will Harlnn, at Tompkinsviile, tor aud he proceeded to open the sub : tive." Experience has shown that the because he was in the sheriff's posse of the Rock- ject, when the body becoming interested law is a miserable and costly makeshift, that arrested members bridge gang, but they won't do so any went to work with enthusiasm, result whose unconditional repeal is imperamore, tie snot botn ot in em turougu being many different methods were A. UKBANSKY, tively demanded by the financial interthe hodj and they were dying at last ac- aired. This done, the ests of the country. School exhibitions were introduced a. president urges an earnest effort toward count The caucus of the free coinage mem- and discussed by II. S. and C. M. Young, J. It. O'Bannon was enrolled as honortariff reform, for which the people at -- : bers of Congress was attended by about Miss Philips, Mrs. Ping, Miss West, ary member ol tho institute, but we the last election, by their votes, so clear- 100. The learn that instead of being interested in A resolution was adopted pledging Miss Georgia Lewis, Mr Willis. ly spoke and for the consideration of their support to a bill "repealing the subject natura'ly drifted into closing education he is hunting n Cook. W. A. Slay mawhich he intended to call congress toMiss Helen Thurmond exhibitions. r.i.-- imf W. O. Grinstead is one of ker, A. G. Huffman, J- C. McClagether in September, had not the finan- purchase clause of the Sherman act, and concurrently providing for the free and gave it a thrust from which it did not the best institute conductors in the ry, J. W. Pcrin, J. W. Wallace, cial conditions caused him to convene it untrammeletl coinage of silver, with full wholly recover. Prof. Hubbard gave us State is being recognized by most of the at an earlier date. Except by the John Newland, J. N. Mencfec, K. legal tender quality on such a ratio as quite a good talk and Superintendent counties in this section. He has G. Waller, Win. Rice, W. C. Ab-besilyerites, the message is received will provide and maintain the parity be- - Rawltngs came to the front and lead the for some time to come. with a commendation and satisfaction T. U. Meals, H. K. Wearen, Rawlings tween gold and silver." institute captive. The address of Supt. J. W. rarely exhibited for a state paper. It is W. G. Raney. A. J. Karp. Recess having been indulged in, the on civics was the gem of the meeting. . worth your careful perusal. Read it II .1 .1 Lincoln Gounty Teachers' Institute. institute resumed work, taking up the It was admirably wonled, wen umnocu and you will form an even higher opin Kvery one guaranteed. Special The institute opened Tuesday as per subject of Difficult PointH in English and liiuhlv instructive. Tho vote of ion of the great man who wrote it. adjournment and after being lead in Grammarby the conductor who diagram- thanks wjm as hearty as it was deserved, inducements now offered. Mr. 11. S. Young says he UHes Bticks in , White capping has gotten such n black prayer by N. W. Hughes, minutes were med and analyzed everything presented One of the eye in Indiana that it is sure to lapse in read. The attendance not being lull, by in such a manner as to render satisfac- teaching meiiUliarithmetic. H. WEAREN CO. suggestion of the conductor the query tion to all, visitors and teachers. Ad- young lady teachers sys she too uses to innocuous desuetude, just as kuklnx-inwitches) urn. uoewi Young sticks did in the South for the same reason. box was opened, having been laid over journed until 1.15. AFTERNOON. coutine the use exchiMvely in connec reception given the white caps by from the preceding day. Spelling was The Opened in the usual manner, when tion with mental arithmetic the Conrad Brothers in Mosquito Bot- now introduced by the conductor aud the conductor read tho second part of a Miss Georgie Lewis has won three tom, when seven were killed and others the various teachers aired their numerous methods of conducting this exercise, paper continued from Tuesday, when out of the (our spelling contests ami that wounded, will go far towards stopping a business, which was often used to grati- both orally aud written. Reading was the roll was called and niHiiy teachers insures her the Interior Journal's i? satisfactoI want to reduce my large stock of fy personal resentments. When a resort then introduced by N. W. Hughes, prin- received the reward due to tardiness. in gold. Tho result is highly Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, barr-e.- l cipally reading from text hooks. Many Text Books on Civics was introduced ry to us. Prof. C. II. Holmes was and ofTer them at prices never so low. Call and examine the stock'. to mob law is rendered absolutely necesfrom the contest on account of his sary by the heinousness of the crime and teachers propounded questions, which by Mr. Brough, seconded by Mr. , brought out the attetitiou and won; of Ladies' watches former pi ice 550 now S.jooo; W. followed by Sunt. J. excellency as a spelfer. the uncertainty of punishment by the the body. Ladies' watches former price $35 now .7.00; was a little curious to upon beiug introduced, opened The institute who, regular methods, it should be done in Recess being over, the following were with such a rich, racy, rattling, eound, know why one of our brightest young Ladies' watches former price $2$ now $ 17.50. fabroad day light and with uncoveied made honorary members: J. B. O'Ban-non- , deep and instructive speech, as to draw profef ftors was so often tardy. On iuves- ces. Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all Leslie Bosley and Mrs. J. M. Hub all around him at the throughout m.Mtinn w found that, to use hiB own Mil. Watterson says he would not bard. when the closing expression, it was that everlasting old the whole, regretting : : The subject of compound numbers came. Immediately followed Prof. T. E. churn. Youug ladies make a note of walk around the corner to elect or de capture feat Judge Lindsay or to elect or defeat was introduced by M. J. Brough, further Cleland. of Pontiac, III , and no- locat this. Le's-lilow and try to This sale will be made for CASH. Uring the money along with you. Gov. McCreary, or anybody else, which illuminated by the conductor and many ed as principal High School, Springfield, him, notwithstanding ho is a regular lends Editor Knott to remark that he is members of tfie meeting. Having clog Ky., who gave quite an instructive, senCrank, being the moving power of the afraid to meet Gus Straus in one direc- ed this subject the query box wua open- sible and plain speech, which came like churn. tion, or come across the otlice of the ed and contents examined. a drink of ice water to the palate, tastVERNON, ROUKCASTLE COUNTY Post in the other. We are left to AFTKRKOON. ing of the rich champagne. Passing to UT. if he turn up Green street Gus After singing, roll was called aud the the next subject, Dr. O'Bannon gave I Mr. H. C. Weber has arrived from will tackle him for a game of poker and remaining questions iu query box read, the iustitutequite an enlightening talk on WaukeBha. A number of our citizens will at if he perambulate up Fourth the Post when H. S. Young brought before the Physcological Anatomy, which put many tend the London fair. and its irreverent editor would put such teachers percentage, which was well a head to thinking, bringing home many Mr. J. H. Uaughiuan was with our a bad taste in his mouth that even the done. a digression from the right. The follow- merchants Wednesday. champagne and the sherry of the Dr. Carpenter, by invitation, delivered ing resolutions were passed with a whiz Judge P. I). Collier is pushing his 5 new residence in tho west end of town. could not remove. a short, sensible and instructive talk on by the institute. Closed for recess is invited to attend the Everyone The Eye, which held the institute quite of the courtRksoi.vkd. That There is weeping and wailing among attentively during the continuance of teachers of Lincoln the thanks conven lawn fete, Tuesday evening in the OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. County in house yard. the employes of the L. & N. because of said talk. Before adjourning for tioa assembled at Stanford, Ky., Aug. !), The applicants of this county tor recess received Call and see them before a sweeping reduction in their salaries. the following resolutions were passed. are eminently due and are hereby hear- superintendent's certificates buying, Evjry thing in the grocery line tily tendered to Supt. J. W. Rawlins their papers Monday. President Smith has issued an order Resolved That the thanks of the for his timely, exhaustive, instructive for sale cheap. A scope of 'JO miles square around that the pay of all officers who have teachers of Lincoln couuty, in conven- and excellent address upon civics, thus Mt. Vernon has had but little rain, while heretofore received a monthly salary of tion assembled, at Stanford, Ky., Aug. making clear to our minds the obscute nil around it a nutnbir of tine rains have $333.33 or over is reduced 20 per cent, points in certain portions of the subjfct last two months. otti, lo'JJ, are uue and are hereby ten- and enthusing us in the art of teaching fallen during the belonging to Mr. will A fine colt and all others 10 per cent. This action dered to Dr. Carpsntur for his excellent, the same. U. II. KING. Henderson was badly snagged last week, r.KOKGK 11. PKiiwrrr. is rendered necessary by the falling off appropriate and instructive address on 2. That the heartfelt thanks of the but will live. Tom McClure lost a valin business and the close money mar- the Anatomy of the Eye. county in institute uable mule Sunday night from same teachers of Lincoln ket. As the president gets a cool t.",000 Recess being over, the institute again assembled are due and are hereby ten- cause. dered to Dr. O'Bannon for his practical looking over souu) old musket clipped from his salary, the smaller fry resumed work by having geography and instructive address ou Psychology balls In from the late war, Mr. M. J. Mdler accept the reduction with more grace presented by MORELAND, KY., Mrs. Kuban ks, which was and Physiology. called to mind the fact that be has some We have opened up a nice line ol than they would if the order were not extended instructively, 3. That the thanks of tho Lincoln cartridges that he brought home from bringing out general. assembled many remarks from both conductor and County Teachers Association,hereby ten- the Mexican war. in Stanford, are due and are -- On Saturday, the lL'th, the fate of teachers, causing many to view the work dered Prof. Cleland for his able, instruc Kentui ky willjhave a hanging the republican nominee for the LegislaGreat pity she can't have h hundred. in quite a dill'ereut light than formerly, tive and entertaining lecture on civil ture will be decided. Messrs Baker ami government. Henrv Hall, the modem Cain, who much to their advantage. Hammond are having a warm canvas We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get Recess closing, proceeded to the spell- for the nomination. slew his brother over a game of cards, iarthvare was bought in car load lots Supt. W. F. McClary opened Wednes- ing contest. Mr. G. W. Baker and wife came the most for the least money. will pay tho penalty that ought always ' from London. Monday, to see Kid. Jas. which enables us to make very low prices. day morning's session by calling around Salt Si. 50. Programme for Friday Opening to follow murder, at Pikeville. Gov. Hiatt. Mr. Uichard Williams has re- Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save vou him at the organ several of the teachers, Recapitulation of weekly work; ..1 r.nm fiiantaiiiiiin nnd exnresses Brown says after a careful examiancy. who gave us some good music, after School discipline; Reports of Commit- himself as being charmed with his trip. nation of the case that tho jury could ktf'We are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. which Conductor Grinstead read from tees; Outlook of Public Schools; Fare- He vWted Niagar Falls also. not have done otherwise than to have i."i.i.r .Tnmnn ITtnit. an old nnd res Holy Writ and Bro. Cook held commu- wells and Goodbyes. Adjourned until found a verdict of death as there were aMlie yearling Southdown Hucks and 18 Huck Limbs ill pited citizen, lies at death's door Clark j We have no extenuating circumstances whatever. nication with the throne of grace, when Friday 0:15. of his daughter, Mrs. Angle home thoroughbred, for sale. the conductor read a paper on Teachers Mrs. James Crawford, j M. J. Bnot'oii, Secretary. Hia only KI3STG o& and Teaching, in which he neatly, slyly Georgia Lewis, Assistant. and his brothers and other relatives are With his usual good luck, Gov. unremitting in their attentions, inn uie SNAl' shots. name was called early iu the and thoroughly dissected many of his seems to have marked him drawing for seats in tho House and ho hearers, yet bearing on no particular If Prof. Brough drops off a head every fell destroyer for its prey and neither expert medical s was in- day, pray how long does the supply latt. skill nor loving care tenderly nesioweu secured a choice one at tho aisle, ivhvro one. The subject of Sugar Grove drew a prize in tho way avails aught. he will always he in range of the speak- troduced by Brough and discussed by Miss Ida May Adama has returned er's eye. Speaking of the message, the Mrs. Kubanks, Mibses L Lewis, Kate of n K(ay). It must be a capital, judgIn Square or round top, zinc or canvas; rom a three weeks' stay in Garrud. Mr. governor said: "Mr. Cleveland can al- Blaine, Mrs. Hendricks, Messrs. X. W. ing from the size. Lancaster, came up Hughes, M. D. Hughes, C. M. Young, most decided success. .1. W. Miller, ofoverland route. Mrs. ways be depended on to say the right The institute is a Tuesday by the thing at the right time. His message U.S. Young, J. Elder, Bastin, G. W. There are several teachers from adjoin- Fannie Thompson, Miss Uirda Mait'n Curtis and others. meets tho nase exactly." ing counties in attendance and great in- and MisiMcGeoare tho guests of Mrs. Mr. and Mrp. Frank At this point of work Mies Emma terest is manifested. Our excellent con- W. O. Poynter. And Dr. Walto.v, pension agent for Ken- Knox, of Danville, was made an honor- ductor has succeeded in bringing the Brinkley and sou'aro the guests of Mrs. tucky, says there have been 325 suspen- ary member and welcomed by the young teachers to the front, which is Alza Thompson. Mr. Cam Sowder started to Mispouri, Wednesday, where his sions from his rolls so far. Let the good teachers. quite an improvement over last year's son is very ill. Mrs. May liell was the work continue. There are thousands guest of Mrs O. O. Williams recently. Common Fractions were introduced institute. guest ot .Mr. who ought not to be on tho pension by Mr. Holmes, who took the place of Mrs. J. F. Gover, onaof Lincoln coun Dr. Brooks, of Paris, is tho In canvast rubber or leather. Jnmna .Irmlin. Prof, Klliott. ol l.ancas lists, who, though able to earn a liveli- O. M. Young, to whom tho subject was ty's moat accomplished Wolf, will In- - Mio ltarthn icilnluil e originally assigned, hood, are living in idleness at the he failing to come to brightened the assembly by her pres- - con',lll(,t ti,0 Teachers' Institute, here of the government. J next week. the front. Same discussed by M. D. ence yesterday. 5emi-Week- ly InteriorJomal NEWSY NOTES. I K....I..1II tl C Financial - Distress DOMR O XOJClXi - OR 8 PAGES. m BANKS SAVE tt BUSTING, tl.U-teri- ill-fa- HARVEY EVERY bur-pen- LOTTTSiriXJC frl iC g, Ticket to The Great World's Fair. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Proprietor. VAPOR STOVES. Rki-kkknck- - wild-eye- d engag-inent- s ul J g W. & 1 Great Clearance Sale. Grin-stea- d Paw-lings- spell-boun- d SAME SWEEPING - REDUCTION. e A.. K;. ZFZEHSriLSrY. sup-poeeth- BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, THE BEST MAUI. Pen-denn- is WATER COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. KING & PREWITT. Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, 1 Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Goods to-da- y. roll-cal- l: 1 , ' 1 1 1 si-t- PBEWITT. Text-book- T IRTTIDTKIS iVi I VA LX8E8 TELESCOPES, H. J. McROBERTS. in . ' - ex-ens- fffWff rrtrr aj"nu,i,,ui.wi ?.o H", J?' WWff&f' - ar Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Ky.,- - SUMMER FOOTWEAR. Llght-Ooloro- THE LOVERS' d TIFF. fect adaptability for both country and System it an admirable cipoiltlon o( the wonderful capabilities of American railroading. From town. It wan Introduced, howeror, New Orlcini Through Sleeping Cart run daily, like- many another most excellont ami passengers by morning and evening, carrying In Buaslblo thing1 lias a a fad, and Cincinnati or Louisville, as ihey may Wet. ono that It was almont expected would From Shrsreport, Vlcksburg and Jacksoo anothpaas away with tho heat and dust of a er Through Sleeping Car Line comet toJoln and Vestibuled summer or two. Hut It seems destined become a part ol the magnificent to a place all tho year round on a Through Traint, which, patting Ihroujh walking boot suitable for sen-sld- o and the famoua Wlllt Valley of Alabama, and mountain wear, and none tho It joints! at Chattanooga by the train from Jack, ourtlle, Fla., llruuswlek and Atlanta, (a., over 1cm appropriate for young ladles who IV y, and proceed! north over enjoy a brisk walk through the park the K. T. V. A the beautiful Cincinnati Southern, through the and orcr the country roads when the grandett natural tceaery amd mott attractive brown leaves rustle and tho air is keen country In the world, to Oakdale, where with frost another niagnificeot Pullman Car it received, Just now, I am told, every girl who coming frorai the Richmond ft Danville lytUm orders a pulr of "Illuchers" wants S, C, through Columbia, M. C , from Charleston, them made a little cosy so that they and Athville' the beautiful Krrnch llioad country, shall bo perfectly comfortable for the C ,and KnoviIle, Tenn. Chicago fair, for who goes to the fair lima to Chicago It made to at to afford the The oat convenient houri for dtparturei from the must do a good deal of walking and standing under any circumstances. principal cities and arrlvalt In Chicago. trs can purchate tickett good over one From observation it la foretold that a I'uteof line nerth ol the river, and returniug via another Chicago crowd will be a russet-foote- d if they dctlre a variable route without eitra charge. Or they eanjja via Cincinnati, returning via Louliville, o vice versa. Kound trip tickeu on tale atj reduced ralea. Ageott of the Chicago line will on rrequeat aatltt visit-o- n d looking up rooms or accommodations for Fair. lo the Kvtrythla that aa almott perfect ayttemean devise to deserve the praise and palrooage of the traveling public has been provided. Any of the I 11 Agents of the companies nimed below will cheer, fully give all pottible information and attutance: R. H. Garralt, New Orleans, La. I. Hardy, Vlelsburg. Miss. J R. McOregor, Birmingham, W t). Ala. K.T.Chatlum, Ouiuoooua, Tenn. la, Cotatt, Junction Cty, :Ky, o U. 0. Cincinnati, O. - Strap of a Valla. Tho lovers' tiff in a doublo canvas Novel Idoas Carried Out at Homo Shoots. and Abroad. chair in which two individuals sit back to bade It should bo mode with such W. P. WALTON. The Must Comfortable Walking Hoot for generous proportions, however, that A I.nnchcnn Where AH the Decorative Women Tho Now Ubiquitous Tip Noon tho two may make up after tho quarrel. Effect Wm Trod need by Filmy Taper to Make lte Kilt Tim Latest Table Ornamentation for When ono goes to tho shore or mounIn llucklee. a Dinner. tains ho dreads to leavo behind overy com fortablo chair, however many ham- : : Have j'ou ever thought of giving a This year, our Columbian year, has luncheon where tho decorations wero AND AMERICAN RAILWAYS. given fresh Impetus, If any wero needsolely of filmy paper? It's an excelr. The Queen & Crescent Houta, widely known as ed, to tan or russet leather for lent idea if carried out successfully. Trains In the South, the rosd running the "Finest It wan a happy thought which Not many days ago six New York it In the fieM to carry everybody from the South brought this serviceable color Into use, girls wero guests at a country house No pirt of the M the World's Fair lit Cblcajo. and It needed no radon d'etre better up tho Hudson. Just beforo coming Southern country (s left uncared for by thii great back to town, the hostess gave in their h Car than itn great practicability ant! perrailway and lu connection!. The Throiif A Heat That Can Bo Tucked Under the TABLE DECOXtATIONS. Stahford, Auuust 1!, 1893 Russot Leather In tho Van of SffllafflHMillll lVigllth and Class-leSixty-nintAnnual session opens wennesuay, fiept.cth, 1S03. rrcparcs lor wenesiey W. T. POTNTER, SHELBYVIUE, KY.-- Ati al School for Girls. h HI Ml THE WORLD'S FAIR, collccto. tho oldest This opens soventy- mission Setitmntior Noarlv l.'JOO Alumni. 5.000 Rtudnntn ndtin.if.nd. Thrnn full rmircnii. niisoln.il. Sclonttllo nnd Elective. Among Its Alumni twonty-fou- r College Presidents, twenty-Ilv- o Kopresontatlvcs In Congress, live TJ. S. Bon a tors, soven Governors of Statos, two U.S., ono Justice of U.b. Supremo Court. The past vo.tr was tho most prosperous in Its history. iweivo proiesfors in iacuiiy, lov. nuors sold In tho eountv. tvnoii, j.r. louugnna wnrran i'or catalogue and furthor Information, address Rev. Dr. C. Voting, Danville, Ky. Danville. Ky. CENTRE COLLEGE fourth historic its tilth. foot-vvoa- if ben, m tiff. ltirm-Ingha- m com-fortab- lo a roRTAiir.K (. al of the canvas Is secured to tho top cross bar, and either end to the bottom pieces. The polos should be a trifle hoarier than bean poles, and eight feet long; the cross sticks four feet. Plunged into the sod an Inch, the lcas of thin chair never spread. It may be used on tho veranda with comfort, if a light straddle be raado to connect the two lower cross bars. American Agriculturist. HOUSEHOLD HINTS. mocks are packed, while it Is equally Impossible to carry them. But the lovers' tiff anybody can enjoy because It goes everywhere merely tucked under the strap of a satchel. In fact, only the bare canvas is carried. When the camp ground Is reached four poles are quickly cut and set up and three short pieces bound to them Indian stylo by heavy cords. Then tho middle honor what she called a Fortunately, It was moro substantial than Its namo Implied. In tho center of tho polished mahogany tablo was a large, square mat of palo pink crinkled paper, with a border shading from white to green. Upon this rested tho jardiniere, a deep green bowl of crepo paper, filled wjth ferns and spriga of apple blossoms. Tho doily at each plate matched the one in the center. Single candlesticks wore placed at the corners of the table, and the light shed a rosy glow around tho pink shades, where applo blossoms seemed to be growing. At each plate was a largo paper spoon. Tho doep bowl was of pink rope paper. This was filled with bonbons. Twisted about the handle were miniature applo blossoms, and caught In among the leaves wan the namo oard, printed In silver. Tho menus paper-luncheo- n. -- 3r '. 2?v-i- r COLf 2cuzmXZ6 LEAVK NORTON DAILY 11:05 a ni for Graham, tlluefield, Pocahontas anl all slitiout Flat Top and Pocahoutat Divif Etueii will take out water marks from silk. A litti.k pa rain no rubbed on screws will make them enter wood more easily. Madsah muslin or printed frilled curtains are effective bedroom draper-le- a and are much sought after by reason of tludr artittlo coloring. , f YOU ARK G01NNkhvous headache may be greatly relieved by the application of hot THE water to tho temples and tho back of tho neck, particularly if a hot foot bath Is used at tho some time. HEW BTTT.RS IX DOOTS. IlitAJts should be cleaned at least once crowd, and tho few who are lmprori-ileu- t a week. Alcohol, spirits of turpentine, enough to forget tho task of bcnzlno or ' roseno will generally rekeeping black leather In any appear- move all ordinary spots on this metal. ance of neatness will learn a thing or Tho llnal cleansing and polishing Louisville a, NasMvmc ). R. two. should bo done with powdered rotten-stonWhile. In the making of rusot txoU oil and chamois skin. Is the line for you, st its every point of nicety is considered that Tiikjik Is only ono right way to clean Double Dally Trains obtains In dress boots there Is ono wall jvipcr, and tlint Is with a weok-ol- d point of difference that must not bo loaf of bread cut In halves, licgin overlooked your russet txxts fntift ut tho top of the wall and wipe downMake cloie connections st lace up the front, and tnuy not button ward with side of loaf, LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI at tho side, as do your patent leathers making thetho crumb hnlf yard the so in stroke a or or your French calf walking boots. length. Xever rub crosswise or upFor all points. Iluvslu leathrr Is tho correct article, wards, but always downward. GenerTHROUOIirnCKKTS SOLD. THROUGH and it is sp oit and pllnble, taking the ally after this operation tho paper will UAGOAUE CI1ECKKD finish and keeping it w well, even im- lonlr nti trnol ns new. For any information c.iqulre of proving In color as it is worn, that it JOES HICK. Agent, Ky Stanford, Or takes Immediate precedence over other In A Itrrnf dellcsttdv tintcil chiiM ninth W. W, PENN, Trav Patt Agent, Nile green crumpled tip carelessly C ty, K leathers for russet boots and shoos. Junction as a table center, tinder a glass bowl Tho "Ulucher" is a recent and cut for n boot and calls for of cool water lilies, is us pretty a thing rather a low heel with sole adapted to as eyes win rest on. If 3011 get an' tho needs of a pedestrian of more or artistiu crumple you can "eutoh" it with a less ambition. A little more NWNoriolkiWesternRR perhaps, Is tho regular walkingdressy, derlyingstitch here und there to an unMiuure of white cotton crinoboot, foxing. With neat line, so that it will bo ulways ready cut with a straight Schedule June 4, 189J tips antl Piccadilly toes they are about while Its freshness lasts. as natty as anything In shoo leather HOW TO . Kd-an- & rCKX KIOSK. JtLp&PL. 1 G- NORTH WEST, , -- e, I com-fortab- lo wreksltwillrobconfinementof tainwXsujfertrg, petals being insure safety to life of Fern rather moro" formal luncheon and Mrs. Sam Hamilton, mother and child." Mo. .Montgomery City, the archway center piece is novel and on receipt of Sent by express, charges effective. The arches aro of greon col- - rnee,fl.K per bottle bold by all druggist, To !lothers mailed free. IlRAnncLD Klgulator Co , Atlanta, Ga I, hand-paintepre-ai- were plaocd in paper frames of pink, whlto or green, with a little spray of Apple blossoms trailing over the top. They made the best of souvenirs, for tho girls used them for photograph frutnes afterwards. When the chicken patties appeared they wero also encased in paper, being served In a little parchment cup which rested In another cup of pink paper almost smothered In spplo blortscms. As for tho Ices, they could not have looked better. Thoy came on the table in deop baskets made of pink and green rope paper, with tiny apple blossoms twisted about the handle; but of course they were put in glass beforo the paper baskets received them. Another evidence of the paper decoration was a deep freizo which surrounded the dining-roowall, with long vines of applo blossoms trailing over It. They wero made of paper, the heart-shape- d JAMES wmwm HUSTON VILLE, KY., MYERS Voung Wives laXlTEH HOUSE undergo woman's severest trial we offer Who are for the first time to . , V STABX.X Prop. W. GREEN, "Mothers Friend" ' This stable, which it run a correction with the n Mert Houe, has'been supplied with A A remedy which, if used as directed a few weeks before confinement, toh it of its nu iiunmer's Snppl e nrd Is bttter than ere? supply the public with AND RISK TO LIFE prepai PAIN, HORROR FIRST-CLAS- S RIGS OF.ALL KINDS. of both mother and child, as thousands who Personal and promptaltention gitrnto Weddings used it testify. hae Parties and llurlali. I I New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, who has "I ued two bottles of Mothers Friend with woman and wish marvolous results, the ordeal ofevery birth to child to pass throuch know If they will u At. IiURNS, Manager. P. W.i OR SEN, Proprietor. Mother) Friend fora d, few I & Scientifio America! Agency forj iBISlSiWflSsP TRADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS. tev COPYRIGHTS. For Information and free Handbook writ to CO- - ail Broadway, New York MUNN Oldest bureau for securing patents tn AmerteaV Every patent taken out by us Is brought before) tfco public by notice given free of caarge la tas 3:00 p m . lor Minefield, Radtord, Roanoke Lynchburg, Richmond and Noitolk. Meeplng Cart Irotn llluefield to Norlolk and Radford; alto from Lynchburg to Richmond Trains Isr Pocahontas, Powhatan and (Soodn will leave llluefield daily at 6 10 a in, 8 jo a to, 1 03 p mand 10$ P tn Leave llluefield 6 jo a m and 1 5011 m daily lor Kenova and Columbut, O , Chica aSn d all point! Pullman 'leener on s jo p m tram lor Chi cago. Arrive Columbut u p m ami 8 .to a m. Additional trams for Welch and intermediate stations on Klkhoin Isave llluefield jojprailn Trains arrive at Norton Iroui the Eatt dally at is 0$ p m and 5 45 p For further Information as to tchedulet, ratet Ac. apply to agents of Norfolk .V Western Rail W. 1I.1IKVILL, rt ad or to Gen. Past Agt Itoanoke, Va M F IIRAGG, Trav I'aai. Agent VI H 111 CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, New York, And all other Easleru Cities. Shortcut Line between Louisville, Katlern Points. IN EFFECT NOV. Leingtonand could be. Here Is a tip, by the way, on shoe tips. Women tiro Just tho least bit weary of choosing botw ecu a pointed tip and straight tip on their boots and shoes, and tho next thing wo know there will be nojtip.t at all. Wo shall probably seo ftdenc of this as tho summer growr old. White shoes for country and scasldu are more In favor than ever this and with tho pretty, thin stulls composing many of the summer gowns they certainly are a dainty innovation, bringing with them a necessity for snowy white hosiory. Whlto canvas, such a favorite material for theso shoes last year, la still much in use and makes a very neat and pretty shoo; whlto suede Is tho newest thing, and Is pointed off in whlto patent leuthcr, tho whlto suedo Itself, or tho favorite tan. Red morocco for houso and pla.7a wear has lost nono of Its former prestige, and In Its destined places will be moro worn than ever with white dresses. A very pretty slipper, quite the newest cut I have, Is called the "Czurlna." It Is made In Russia leather and a gray glace kid for summer use, and Is specially pretty for cnrrlnge dress. It has a double- strap over tho Instop, sen-son, BREATHE. u aA "L4 sar" CAVaTATS. A KiiiihIciIcp I'mMraaett li.v Srarrelj- On 1'rreon in a HuiiUml. of tho blood. lungs the natural expansion that they need. Hut there ure millions who do not work In tho open air, nnd a largo part of these scarcely exercise the parts of their bodies. For all such, attention to correct breathing is tho very tlrst condition of health, for upon deep, full breatnlug must depend tho healthful beating of the heart that Is required to keep up active circulation uj-per Comparatively few people pay much if any attention to their breathing. They generally regard this as one of tho automatic movements of tho body, like tho boating of the heart and circulation of the blood, which in a healthy Iwxly regulate themselves without taking thought about them. If men anil women were each day employed ot work in tho open air that will exercise the muscles of arm, shoulders anil the, tipper portion of their bodies, this carelessness about breathing may do llttlo harm. Tho work will compel tho perbon doing It to take full breaths of fresh air, and this of itself is sunlciont to give tho -- ypwv vSvooct?- - cicuftf ic JrtUMMtt ARCHWAY CK.VTKK I'lhCK. Good Housekeeping. - 1, 1S01 EASVnOUNl). Lve, Leslngton Atlantic Express No. as, dally. 7.10pm Midland Accommodation, No. 6, ex. SuQu.om Vcstibuled Exprest, No 34. daily 6.10pm Ml. Sterling Accom , No. iS, ex.Suu. WEST HOUND Arr. Lexington: Lexington Accom., No. 7, ex Sin 755am Exprett No ai, dally 11.40pm Lexington Accom. No ,3, ex Sun 4 15pm Vetlibuled Exprett No: j, daily..- 0. 10pm Solid Veatlbuled Trains with Dining Cars. Ns bus iranfers Through Sleepers from Lcii.gn without change. V, 11. RYAN. II FULLER. Gen. Patt. Agt, Att't Gen. Paw. Agt., J- "- Washington, I). C. Cincinnati, srsora CORRECT HUCKLKS. NIP7 V rrnuayleanta Applet Itutter. A good supply of apple butter Is a great comfort In winter time. Holl down now elder to hulf. Tare, cut and coro equal quantities of sweet and sour apples. Put th sweet apples in a ket- tlo to soften a littlo first, as they aro the hardest. Add enough boiled cider to cook them. After boiling half un hour, stirring often, put In tho sour apples anil add mora boiled cider, with molnsses to sweeten moderately. Holl until tender, stirring to prevent burning. Pack In firkins or Btono jars for winter use. HeUspreaiU In a Kbit Hole. OIT IS QCaJIITT. UT IS 0CU4TT. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Romsdies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. FOR 20 YEARS ay BtCHABDSOa MtPItlSS mMnl BOLD EVERYWHERE. 10CI3. CO., ST. Country cousins who receive visits from city relations this summer aro warned to put their bluo and white homespun bedspreads under lock and key. Sinco these articles becamo tho fashion for portieres and son. very effective they aro, too, and reAs for low shoes and tics, It goes spected by artistic tasto country almsst without saying that tho russot houses aro being stripped of them as aro tho things for general summer thoy wero of bluo Canton ware and wear, nnd they may no longer bo con- mahogany furniture. sidered as an after thought or mere acHow the Japaneso Arrange Flower. cessories toono's stock of shoes. They Tho Japaneso secure tho fine poiso belong to tho important necessities, both for stylo and comfort, and to their flowers have when arranged by mark tho fact that they havo come to putting them In sand instead of water. stay ono can now buy brown rubbers Tho beauty of tho stems Is, iiowever. to match one's brown shoes or boots. lost by this arrangement, and the flow-- J era lauo sooner. They aro just out N. Y. Herald. once-despise- which adds both to its appearance and its comfort. The glaco kid In all colors is finding much favor for evening wear, and tho gray glaco for afternoon and carriage wear is the last thought for tho summer sea- d making her invitations chastely nificant or amusing. An IticoiiRruous Mixture. orcd t'lass, overspreading vases which ire tilled with flowers. When on elalmrnte dinner Is being plunued, the table decorations should bo studied with great care. An idea for a center piece, which is borrowed from the Russians, is shown in the illustration. Over tho glossy cloth of damask is laid a mirror mat. Then a number of Dresden ehinu figures are placed hero and there, and each one holds in its china hands u bowl or vase filled with ferns. Tiny, low jardinieres, overflowing with ferns, fill in all the open spaces till the whole mirror is converted into a fernery. Rising from the center of this mass of green is a Dresden china lamp,' with a shade of sotnu soft tint of silk. For the everyday home dinner ferns may bo used effectivelj- ns u center piece. If possible, have them growing. Plant a few fine ferns in a flower-poand tlicn place it within a miniature kiosk, made of celluloid or gilded willow. This makes us well a pretty decoration to stand on the table in your piazza corner. 2s. Y. orld The Intent In stationery. Among tho novelties in stationery cards, illusaro thin trated uccordlng to tho character of the entertainment to which a guest is invited. Tho edges of these cards are gold beveled. The Illustrations aro by tho hostess, or acoften haud-doncording to her order, In colors. A table set with a service of china typiDancing fies a dinner or luncheon. nymphs nnd cupids mean a prospective ball. A Japanese damsel in her quaint robo serving tho umber decoction denotes un afternoon tea. Diminutive kings, clubs, diamonds or jacks are emblematical of a card party. Tho insignia of a wedding is a ring in ono corner over which a cupid hovers. Other designs nro used, and tho hostess may show considerable artistic skill and tasto in original ideas by good-sized t, satin-finishe- d o a malignant breaking out on my leg below the knee, and wascuredsound and well with two and a half bottles of HKKB Other blood medicines had failed BSaKal Will C. Heaty, to do me any good. I had Yeiaiille.S.C. Larrest circulation of any aelentlflo paper In tba world. Splendidly Illustrated. Mo intelllreat man should be without It. Weekly, f 3,69 yeart f LSOalZ months. Address UDNN OOu VuimsiiEB. 301 Broadway. New YorkCtty. - i TRADE - MARK. mi GOOD PAY ! FOR GOOD WORK! awf KKKI SMaSMBMsV I was troubled from childhood with nn air; grnvattnl rasa of Tetter, and three bottles of cured mo permanently. Wallack Mann, Mtnnvtlle.I.T. Our book on BlooJ and Skin Dl.eae mailed tree. fiwirrBrmriu Co.. Atlanta. Ga. For Ladies or Gentlemen ! TABLER'SDIIC BUCKEYEJJLL OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A $5 to $500 Cash! According to results accomplished; in addition to a liberal commission of twenty per cent. Also GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS. No known for SURE or Uncertain CERTAIN CURE years as tho BEST ties. Every thing Fair, HonorREMEDY FOR PILES. fcj RICIURlOI MliDIUXE f 0., ST. LOUS. able, Plain and Positive. and 10 Impossibilities See programme in the from Dyspapsla and " rendering lire miserable, wheat Umi . remedy Is at your hand r Why do you Buffer a) Weekly Enquirer of our Fourth Annual Contest amoDg Aent3 for largest clul)3. V3" An Agency for the Weekly Kmiiiu:k is a profitable business. It best school in the world to prepare cr.c for a business contact with tho jnblic, a stoppiug-ston- e to business qualification and future prosperity. Wo went good Agcuts to solicit for !;ptini3. "!.. inducements are is-th- Tiny Liver Pills EEfiC82r33 I'll'l"!"! .Will speedily retuore all thU trovble, r e nublo you t o eat and L rest your food, BJ prevent headache and lia part aa enJoymrnter life to which you hareafk 'beenastranRrer. Dose small. Price, B9 83 cents, omoe. SO Fork I'lace, N. Y. a sig- - w. u "" wnin nr, w in or P2)IUiUU tullts. . a Among tho newest gowns is seen the queer combination of Holland linen and black satin, a plain coat of Holland having deep revers and a lining throughout of tho satin. .. lutoiy niusw j" r mnu. IUII lilt, btttg f'nu"" j,lit.ei iuiihooi iim lnlert.niot :op. W MuUrand sparklnirf antl suun luriiunientalej M piftOO,a U'Oile.i up tn ttio nust elegant m in- Qner, liiciuiliui.' lour lame lw (.ortrnUs vu:Q 101 V $, 131 1SS rft . vv -- nnrii n!' 6 rmenittii,liiosi"inlitliillieerj l'mlfrenrtt o rttliurcn atpaiiUt, Aileli.i l4tii.ui 11". Q R.lre.i allUorders to .xtw gtx.1.. txvxl. NUtV YORK MUSICAL . i u'f.i . n:iQUinER company, OIKOiNNATI, O. Afet .Lr' t. 4.Js-V- . i. V" v-.;- i,X- "- - p " fFt- i- - vr . awW',3nsi? Tvtf ",'t',""""' "t" vTf "a M,T' t- - I To Ciiicaoo via Tim Lkk. The route to tho Idwtern cities is via Cincinind which was coming closer, and boulevards, he found waiting for him which he had forgotten for the monietst, ronUM trip to the n'eHtest lair on earth nati and the F. F. V. over the Cluna-peak- o Ccmes to you every other day la thi year Mr. Harmon and a Frenchmnn. Snsuidf over him. "Yes I did; and I and a ride; Detroit to Chicago lor on y $U The cheapen and belt papt A Ohio Ibulway The sronery "I had no idea you would como so ap.d the fleasurc of meeting the person n in Kenu tho (jraniicnt plre. steamers on tho through New Iliver soon," raid Streetcr, "othcrwiso I who wrote it this cvenmg." ii.o h r"i ocr Lakes. Picturesque pceiiey. Upturning Alleghnnv and Httie Kid go Muue would not have kept you waitincr." ains is Miss Nevillo almost jumped in her from Chicago direct, all rail; or you can wonderfully beautiful and "It docs not matter," replied liar shair. urie(i. The JOHNSON'S mon; "we havo not waited long. Af "Oh, I did not intend that you should so to Chicago by rAil nnd return via the F F. V. ruriB aolid Xow York via MAGNETIC OIL! fairs of this kind require prompt no mow thatl" she said. "How did you Likes and Detroit. Uerth and uu ids in- Washington. It la to electric lighted and Instant Kllltrol Pain. tlon. An Insult lasts but twenty-fou- t now It? How did you know that I cluded between Mackinac and Chicago Internal and External. carries a through dining car. N'o other hours, and my friend and principal had wrote reviews for the Argus?" Cure hlll.ir.MATlHJl. NKUIlAI Hound-trirate from Cincinnati $21 IEO. STREET- - no (HA, laiine llnrk, Hpralti", ItruUcr, desire to put von to tho inconven- "Youl" cried Streetcr, astonished in (via Toledo and host 30c hen.) For fur- train in America Hiirp.isses it and it is hwrl II". hlllt Joluts, COI.1U Htui KR was In , ience of repeating your action of this the only train to the Hist with through his turn. "Do you mean to say that fit VIW lii.fhnltr. Cluilttrn Mnr. Tans, bccauso evening. We are taking it for granted C , II & D. It. Jliu, Cmup.lilptlifrla, H(ircTlirit, ther information ssk and dining service. Among tho Virginia 1IIK..HM llllaalt t) luaitlc ho hoped and that you havo n friend prepared to act rou wrote that review?" E 0 McCormirk, 15. agent, or address Miss X expected to for you; for your conduct appeared to with a Neville sank back in her chair II ! T lH n (.11 .. . It If I Pinein. mountains along the Cheenpeake & Ohio THE HORSE BRVtiD, ........ ... .t !WXWXlX W .1 W.4 siglu .! v. meet Al f r e d be premeditated." are more than -- 0 famous summer re- llinrnixt riiwrrfula ntlVtirtrntiiiitl.llilliiMitfiirMaii mm, n slaiiM-.- , Nic. rltorUc Iuiiiiotl "Therel" Bhe said, "my impetuosity Davison there. sorts. A pmiiplilot issued entitled "Vir- orllensllnrxWenr. ORIENTAL SOAP. "You arc quite right," answered O.nk tltst class fare, with $2 additional JOHNSON fl He knew that Streeter; "I havo two friends to whom has, as the Americans say, given me MiMllrattM and Tj.let. Thr (Irmt Skin Cur and away. After all, you did not know for the round trip Harvest Excursions, ginia iu Dlark and White," describes ill e Davison was I Bhall be pleased to introduce Fo aautlfla. ppffumad Or It Koaprot these resirts, and the aceucrv of the dalloata ami highlyLaJlea on that I was the writerl" Tollit and Oct. 10th. Tho Sept. Aug. croinir to be in Como this way, if you will bo so kind." Make Ibo pur. i nbaolute-lSfifJIick, "I thought Davison was tho writer. route, anil will be mailed free by ad- tho market. It alaty ihI realms Hie com for at tn aoft nnd ill run Paris Wisconsin Cbstiiai. Links The preliminaries were speedily ar- I had it on tho very best authority." thn Bath fur dressing K, H. Pope, Western Pasaeiiger Filailont l a luiur; for thncalp and Infnntl. least a fortnight, and he had a particu ranged, and tho meeting was to tako pmruotce Harvest Excursions on the nbovu lltlilnir, olean"Poor Davison!" said Miss Neville, reason for wishing to come across place next morning at daylight, with laughing, "why, ho is orte of the best duten to points in Minnesota, North and Agent, .St. Louis, Mo , or C. H. Kyan, tho wruwth ol tiavir. I'rlooUCc Fur sale by lar Assistant General Paswenger Agent, Cinhim in the streets of Paris rather than pistols. and stanchest friends you have; and so South Dakota. Tickets will he good IX) cinnati, O. A. It. PENNY. Stanford. in the streets of London. Now that everything was settled the am I for matter indued, I think I days from date of sale, with r who had prospect did not look quite so pleasant am cvon that Streetcr was a younp author more your friend than Mr. A KKiii'tTio.N in World's Fair rales by of St. Paul and published several books, and w ho was to Streeter as it had done when he left Davison, for I think you can do good privileges to points POSTED. as well as could be ex- London. Davison had asked for no ex- work, while Mr. Davison is foolish Minneapolis. Tor full information ad-- 1 the Queen it Crescent route. In addigetting along Thi notice foieoarns hunters, fishertuec and Kxcur-siopected, until suddenly ho met a check. planation, but that of course could be enough to believe you are doing it." drees any of the Company's represento- -' tion to the regular World's Fair on our lands without per. others uot to trrpa The check "was only a check as far as accounted for, because this critical rntea we will sell first class excur- mlision, as all siuh will be proiccuted to the full At this point in tho conversation tives, or James C Pond, Gen Pah. nnd' the law, Slcned concerned; for sneak must be well aware of the reason was his own days from d.itt) of tn estentol sion tickets, goad Streetcr looked hurriedly nt his watch. Agt. M. LACKOWirZ. it did not in the least retard the sale ol o( tho ingult stUlt Strc.tor had rather T II .VKWI.ANI). "Ah! I see," said Miss Neville; "this sale for return, at ifi Iish than tho reguV. It. II A VS. appeared to expected that ho would perhaps have conversation is not to your taste. You his latest book, but rather Nashville. Tenn., March 8, ISM -- The lar World's Fair rate. These tickets are 0 C I.YUN. increase it. The check wns unexpected, pretended ignorance, and on receiving Nashville, Tenn., good Stockton Medicine Co, I'RKDHAtniA.V.V. Ur going via either Cincinnati or t till tCitilltfft I? Viatl tltlYt IMtlt i K I.. WIIITK. lnlioitlMH for where he had looked for a caress he enlightenment mi?ht "have avoided a ui" 'vmkiv Ml'iuiviin lit MkS M A. MAKII.V. Through cars to Chicago, .so well ineoin-- t Ixmisville. rH received a blow. The blow was combined with norvousmsH nnd ...... meeting by apologizing. I. 1IKCK. : I 1- .- ... I r.1 ..! r Bi placed, and so vigorous, that at first it T C IIAI.I. iiviuu ui ipiick time, mot elegiut eipilpment. nil. .ur nri'kr, huj nmiun I. Anyhow, Streeter resolved to make a un night of it. He being cured of nenrly He sure and take the leen k Crescent so many persona stunned him. Then he became left his friends to arrango He resolved to for a carriage, and see to all that was every disease by taking Stockton's An- JJnute. For rat on, schedules, bleeping reasonably angry. tiseptic, I con hnled to tiv it mid the strike back. ncccssarv, while he donned his wnr- was wonderful ... u.c rtrK..S It gave nit; almost car rtservatlotiH, etc, call on any agent I ilia review 01 ms oook tc(1 for a Katlcring to nt BOl d . instant relief hiuI m live days I went to ofthoKT. V. . CJ. K.tiUay, titieen was vigorously severe, and perhaps- whch h(J hn(1 bocn invitod nlj whcro my ollite. take great ple.tsure in rec- i: Crescent Iloute or 1Oiiinville Southany-- . 1 vhat maddened him more than ,)0 WM tQ mcet mnnT o h,8 conntry. ommending it. Uespeetfully vnurf, ern U U.orD i K I wards, (.J. P. A., thing else was the fact that, in spite of Incu nn(l countrvwotncn in f(lf,hion-hi- s H E. Moiton, of ab,e he realized the truth )f 3'JIJ North Collect" Street. Cincinnati, Ohio had been, the criticism. If For sale by "A. K. Penny, Druggist, IIs hmicSH appeared to bo overjoyed less successful, or f lie luul been newer tQ see m Sunioid. BllndnoHS, Pnrnlysiu, Hhouniutistn as an author, he might possibly have set so ,atc she sal(1( You that ,,,, vy me "evii (iuthr Ky , Spt m. is,i a promtntnt phyncbn ef .I,rro,1 nimseu oiu 10 proiu Or M J )vn flo n. II.i .. . rg..s. JJV IUU larf,( county, lo,riil Lat been nclUMy l4nr lr Moi than two year tnmsts given mm uy il. f eomlnir alto t i viik.MC'! 'n 'h' p'rute of incilwmr nt thai pl to my et ? raiirht havo remembered that ulthotiph gether." W' jh tue xitn tu .My. nnue for the pft Ji iixin lf f f la m immediwtel)' applied to emi- Christopher i "Nothing could havo prevented me tud- - lgan Tennyson struck back nt in lj Milrc en nmi to Chicago, he nr "" .r..H il Ienl mi.cn lth an :.ltcl it ilUrrh'ra. lUetm; Mliu inifcf( ' XlUi LU, UaillU t r nlhiM fr relict, tor eUhteVn HMMtht ihry j ...... from coining." said Streeter, gallantly, Mild ChimVctlain'i Culic, Choltm nJ Dlarthora musty, yet the poet eliminated from "where Mrs. Woodford was hostess!" HtHflv for the pt 7 earo, and Vuanrmi: Hi re trpclrtt without a particle vf bcneSt Ciiwllr. liability, he piocrJ a j ioiiI lifltt e, ATlater editions all blemishes which musty "Oh, that Is very nice of you, Mr. which cowpletiMy cuimI I'litt The etcllrmrnl "WHY HON'T YOU SHOOT, HKOIUIK?" had pointed out. Christopher an il change ol water nnd ,rt intwlenl l ttavH-in- c about thtee monlln ago I went telally blisd. arnl Jesso Thompson's Streeter!" answered tho lady; "but I Barber Shop, KecT out tiuuli eften Streetcr resolved to strike back with must not stnnd here talking with you, nre going to plead an appointment as procure a iiretuceofa dmrlii piocurtl an KlMtrapol. thu remedy tiefie leaving a a last rcMrt, bottle a sar- for I havo promised to introduce you to if anyone could have an appointment home. Koraalub) W II. McKobciH, DruCRUI. 1 here ate ihirr ol the Sen Ilarbers in the Slat something more tangible thau which. eiy muih to the irHlfioatloa af injrlf I'hvre are alxi ea el'mt I'lth Kroms run in too. MaoforJ. castic Terse. Ho quito admitted, even Miss Neville, who wishes very much to at this hour in the morniug!" Agent l r OKlM'fi i m nns'in Strain Laundry himself, that n critic had every meet you. She Is a great admirer of to and family, ha leilwe! J.y eM. It haalo "Nevertheless" said Streeter, "I H.Miti. ef 1 he imctit ol Mm Annie M right to criticise that was what he yours and has read all your books." I'enn.yUani. m the treatment ol Mr KiMtly tfrHrfttit m wife ami itaaeaur My wilr have; and I must bid you good by. Hut 1AKK TIIK be of was for; butheclaimcd that a man who "There are not very many of them," I assure you that my eyes have been rhtra n herchililren i'1 mt.iibtslly ipU iHtei-e- t vcr-"I to many motlier. Sha ha teen a sulijcet f mrtalvtt Tar mair thantwr protended to be an author's friend and said Streeter, with a laugh; "and, opened, and that I have learned a lesMtvli in Johi'ft4iwn, I'a,. alter the reat Muh, I w ill not soon form accotint of my hnh.iinl heniB ,mpl)rlt lher who praised his books to his face had such as they nre, I hope Miss Neville son whieh ear. a4 m danchter a mfnr- fiaaa iSm.'.jw,hom with u, two We no right to go behind his back and pen thinks more of them that I do myself." get. I hope I may havo the pleasure look hadrevctal very Unity I Ktt tome of Ury ihtunijm fit the illurtbir Ail mnii. than tel- Ilew a criticism so seaming as nun vstm-iof meeting you again and continuing Cbamlerlain'nCiHlc. Chciieraanil Iliarrh-r- both ol oh, we all know how modest It carixl eily from Key, Mr Chapman Argus, for streeter t10rs aroi ropucti his hostess, leading this conversation. v5iiJ'tvim Nl lltUTa CHjMtO 8t 'Jjj in tho Perhaps some time them hoie it this tut bt elteeteai m the last tw HHwtas. 1 ou nlher titei Vruw of I thmV i cannot lr I may tell you w'hy I have to leave." watniually knw that Alfred Davison had w ritten ' ,!, nwnv to be introduced, cceiul. much caa net b tald in prano ml lac Kltnrccoratneml It" 5 and the'eriticismintho Argus, and Davisrn THE POPULAR AND DIRECT Miss Neville wns young and pretty; Streeter found his friends waiting for ciit little cWrfni bj W It Mcllohcila, ao.l Statu pene. II t far talv te tar pmcMir af Ibrmsli rac in had pretended to bo his friend: and had anJ sno was cvidently pleased to meet him. He knew it was no use trying to ford, Kv 1.1 Nt.ro protended, as wclj, thnt he had a great tie r:sint, young author, see Davison before the meeting. There pre aci, all the eslHencr and 1! cuhM nl U Mr Thoma Watte. rJltor of the Oraphie, Io. books. admiration for Strceter's ..j mve onff wanted to see you," she was a long drive ahead of them, and atlana Arkana, liak found what he helievet ta wealth t'l thu aHlvercMrtl not purchase it. I As Streeter walked down tho Iloule- - snld, "to havo a talk with you about it was gray daylight when they rcarhe J le the bet remedy . ilncp for rtm llw e. well worth rcinemlfrin( Hi' iajf i In your books." consider it the jtaaJcst intet.tlOH of thr vard des ltaliens ho saw, seated the ground nnd found the other party perleuie 'Lad Summer I iiad a cverc at atk ol flut front of a cafi, the man whom he hoped j "You are very kind," said Streeter, waiting. roA,v.. tried Imoteerr known remnly, cone Kivlnir it Truly ami juleleHly jettrt, d to meet; and, furthermore, lie was "but perhaps we might choose Each man took his place nnd the pis- liff. Chamberlmn'f Cxlir, Cholna ami Pairh.raa purchaied llemcdy wn rccommrnded to me W. GK KKN Fl KM. .V. I). r. to see that he had a friend with thing more profitable to talk alout?" tol that was handed to him. When the bottle and rcieiftni aimott Immediate relit I I etiiely him. The recognition of author and Irfml sent free Addle "I am not sure of that. Perhaps you wonl "firel" was given Streetcr dropped continued to me the roc Icilif and Dalhiuft . I uVeplratuie iu rcommcndnc thu Webb, Loaitvllle, Ky. have been accustomed to hear only the ids hand to his side. Davison stood critic was mutual. lth auch a dUcaw, tn any perton nulTerme cried Davison; njce things people sav about you. That with his pistol still jMiinted, but he did "Hallo, Streeter!" in my opimun it l the bell ineuiclne ni-- t WORLD'S FAIR botlle for aale t, V U Mc enre." 15 and is the misfortune of mam- - authors." "when did you como over?" not fire. Visitor, rememlcr th Monon is the hne. with Koherti, DaikKikt, "lanlotd. 'I left London yesterday, answered Veiil it Is a misfortune," said Streeter. "Why don't you shoot, George?" said liami. Pinint; fats, I'alatr Chair Can, I'ullman tlulfet Sltej-- ri, at lowe.t rates tiuclcltn'a Arnica Salve Streeter. "What a writer needs is somebody to Davison. The belt alve in the world tur cun. brmset Harmon at this point rebuked his "Then sit down and have something tell him the truth." for loformatioa address , ukert, lilt rhr in, fover toret, tetter, chap principal, and said he must have no tornhandi, chilblain!", coma and all ikib crup "Ah!" said Miss Neville, "that is with us," said Davison, cordially. AS A ped Tlic I'amous Specialist, IV ItAKKtR.r. IV A .Cblesro ! pay requir. , Louisville CKUSH.lI this is my friend Harmon, other thing I am not so sure about, communication with the other except tun and pontivfly curt pile, or r.o talitlautioc guaranteed to if in. pcrlccl cd. It 11 lie is an exile and a resident in Paris, jjrs. Woodford has told you, I suppose, through n second. To Visit Our City IVofcssionally I'rlco ar, icnti per bc money retunded nr and, consequently, likes to meet his that 1 havo read all your looks. Did "Oh!" said Davison, impatiently, "I er le by A K. Penny, Snlod, Ky Farmers Rank&Trnst Co add that I detested them?" pretend to know the rules of this countrymen." she don't Even Streeter was not able to conceal idiotic game!" "In that case," said Streeter, "he is An KxcdlciH Chance for the Sick Ot STANIOK1), KV . probably well acquainted with the cus-- j the fact that this remark caused him Streeter stepped forward. anil Suffering Is nsw lull orgsDiied and ready (cr basmeis witk give you the opsome surprise. He laughed uneasily toms of the place?" "I merely wished to jure Cteorl. portunity of firing at me if vou cared When Itaby n an s(ck, "Katherl" returned Davison; "he has nmi sajt: FREE CONSULTATION, Paid up Capital of S200.000. Mrs. Woodford to do so," he said; "and now I desire to AMion Jin w a n CblH, she priiol for Caatorit. of a frenchman ho "On the contrary, become so much ' apologise for my action 2L 000. nt the cafe. I Wlin iihe MI, f hi olung (ft Ointnrii. has been so contaminated, if I may put led mo to believe that you had liked And eam,iili '. n l'iialr Pallors at Ihr Surplus, . may say that I did what I did under a, When hho ha J CrfWrrv,4i K"thfHii CartU. it that way that I believe quite re- - them." Myers House, Stanford, Tuesday, 5UCCtJsiOll tiiTHIC 'j'he pirl leaned back in her chair and misapprehension. Anything that I can cently he was cither principal or second LINCOLN NATIONAL Aug. 15, one day only, eyes. do to make reparation I am w illiug t in a duel. Uy the way, which was it, looked ut him with JIANK OK STAN I OKU, Wood"Of course," she said, "Mrs. Harmon?" do." Now ctestRg up) ith the un e assets and utdat Keturtif,. e.ery I - tela ilu'irs 'I" "Oh, that's oil right!" said Davison; "Merely a second," answered the ford does not know. It is not likely ihr same ni.nagrmenl. EUotrtc Ulttors. II) prnri'iens of III chiller, depoutors are at I would tell her I detested your said. I am per"nothing more need be that other. w ell fully protected as air dtpsliriis lb National Thi ri.e4y W Wowihr " Hanks, its shairholdeis "I don't believe in dueling myself," ' books while I asked for an introduc- fectly satisfied. Let us get buck to the ,.A.l,...i.. ..il ua tsnclal mention' Allwro r held IndividuaJlT '" liable to the estent ol the amount of their stock 6YJ3W&iWK& Vvi tlon to yon. She Unik it for granted city. I find it somewhat chilly out hei e." haveue4 F.IcttK Kttttra Max the continued Davison. "It seems to mo A purH itieilicHie o ihenin at the par salue theirol, in addition to Ih praite ni w nn" in "And yet," said Harmon, with a sigh. that I meant to say phasant things to an idiotic custom, and so futile." mount invested in sui h ttares It may act as to do all that 14 climl Me ' I had made up mj mind of the I tho cheek to rttltrM will cure die will eieiutor, administrator, lruli-i'- , Ac, as fully as "I don't agree with yon," replied you, whereas reverse. No one would "Englishmenfutility have Trench duels!" ry. will trmot allPimple. IIiU.SIiier and Ki" HI t J' in individual of exact Streeter, curtly. "There is no reason to do the shocked than Mrs. Woodford talk of the Iu those ho entiusled tkeir hulsincis to us e ml more Robert Uarr, in Detroit l'rce Press. hilr mnjciin; the Lincoln National Hank ol dnteiualarw from th iMm why a duel should beVutile, and there-see- beunless, Stanford, we here leader ur manv thanks and is yourself if she all malntul Itvm r nun i m perhaps, it uilla ture to bo many reasons why a duel rust they will i..ntmue t transact their butimai aihf, Contip.itton and IndigfMion, u rrr i. t y knew I was going to speak frankly new Kuaranter.l us, oltiwiac a a guarantee for prompt atlco-- . ith Itittei miglit Do louglil. mere are many ' K "I reckon Simon Jenks lies lost his relnitdi'd Kntue Mtifaind ji er boll'r at tlon to laase, our toeaty yeai' espenrnct it t1 Iilieoc things worse than crimes, which exist j tank. a; and as liberal accHmniodatrnns as are coo- young roasonin' fuo'lties sence he lied that last I'enn)' dm ature not shocked, sni d tho "I t with sound banking. in all countries, and for which there is I rocoguu thnt there spell ' sickness, don't you?" inquired ItSh'-utHo In Kvery House no remedy except calling a man out: ra!in wriously; wife. IUKHTwks Mr. Hanson of his gentle-faceShar,,.' i.rk. !' fl r I f !' II J. H Vilon, 171 l' misdemeanors, if I may so term them, "How old is y'r Cousin Simon?" asked ay be will tiftt ni without trel, Kiik Niwlii-- ' WilUaaas, Mt. Vrttma; ir rnt tot. ,h that the law takes no cognizance of; '"l C"i placid Mr. Hanson, who had been covr fcrConniptiou, Coufh J. M lll, isiauftHd; c r mm pm ' VfUlf hi wife w hn treachery, for instance a person pre- W.i J S D.sloy, Stanford; listening to a long story about the old It curedrfltcran attack .w. thrcH't'iird wit ' l.a t'ii,ie ' nioina ' tending to be a man's friend, and then S. ). Krtibry, Slaafosd; gentleman's horteo!i.iiigs and pecul- other it Eiir.lie ndweril ihinii port' ' i ; . Hubert Darker, ol took Iter mi jnod the first chance he gets stabbing him 1 IVI.yaM, Siaalinl; "A iarities since his recent illness. ' King Near I) i,en in the back." J. K. Ca.hritaafoMl; t "Eighty-twcome next .September." rlaini. thai Ir tl 31 anitlii.-itre V'X tuin ft ?to - rrr. r ry a WUHaai Ooeh, StaNlsrd; 'iy N It 'i ' ' i 'c IP it Harmon nodded his approval of these said Mr. Hanson, after a rellective I unc ! tr I aif c A. W. Carpenter, MWoiIkomII., Ky, ). trull' tilrs.it A K. I tiny a ('1 sentiments while Davison said, jauntss ? y pause. an i ( Iwttlc ' .". "t .1 . t II.SkMNks, i'rwidial, r ily: j "Oh. well, he ain't so old as he might lr. J II. Owsky. Cashier, "Oh, I don't know about that! It be, by a ifood deal," fcaid Mrs. Hanson, W. M llilcht, Tetter. ' to me these things, w hieh I sup6eems "1 shouldn't feel to call cheerfully. ?UeS " , cvist, should not be pose undoubtedly it that folks lied lost their rcasonin' THE NEW WEBSTER made important by tailing much notice fac'l ties at his age, H.rv; but p'r'aps in I'r Ap r ' run . f Nr 0 i;,r' FIRST NATIONAL BANK in u ' I ' a l r r.v l.aj;i. of them. What will you have to drink, t VVL trim clil v ir.v y'r Cousin Simon's case." she added, il Medi il ( csri'. New ol lie, li vie II . trrn Streeter?" seeing a mutinous expression on her V City, the nifi.t in. . " ..' Vv,, VM. nifliti lion rt its kui'l in Of SIANKOKD. KV "Hring me u liqueur of brandy," said Ameiica. lie ha- ind a ii ut atiic") of ihe husband's face, "p'r'.ips take it by an' large, you might say that Simon's Streeter to thegarcon who stood ready IeYE, EAR, N03E, THROAT, Capital Stock $200,000 to take the order. fac'l tics w as mislaid for the time Youth's Companion When the waiter returned with a Ami chronic lisrai in the cir.it llellevne at d Surplus 21,300 WEBSTER'S ink. City, and their-- I Clianty llmpiuli Vi small glass, into which lie poured the Compliment sui s ol this expirci.co iif many phcnomnial Attention of the publi'- is invited to thn fac brandy with the deftness of a Trenchcures all user llir Mate He sue cfiili) treats is reproached withsuy-- i An INTERNATIONAL that thia is the only National Hank in Slanfcid man, filling it so that not a drop more no vou mi:a.v id sav that you wjioti: imr: American you do, miss?" to one Under the provisions of the National Hank Act "How do Acute and Chionic Catarrh, could be added, and yet without allow depositors are secured not only by the capital THAT llKVinW?" of the danghters of the prince ol stock, hut by Ihe stockholders' liability lor &a DICTIONARY glass to overflow, Streeter! ing tho dinra-rf he Mr. ItiliKl'l-- ' in IUir. amount equal to the stock.su that depositors ol nre inuny tilings in my books which Wales but why not? since pulled out his purse. tniP.il, I'ihes, slunia' h. liver, kidney, ur nary nd this institution aie secured by a fund of $400,000. always addresses her majesty as blemishes." jiladi'er, nervous piii.tialiou dialietes, i)pep j, five sworn statements of thvcuudiliori of tho bank "No, no!" cried Davison; "you are not are course you epilepsy or are made each) ear to the United Slates governmean that," said "mum." Of another American an odd rinsti.Mt.iin, tlieuinal'fiii, paral)l "Of going to pay for this you are drinking tho frank youngdon't 'Ma lleiiioir.iils pilot, cured a llhuut klill No ment and its assets are csainined at staled times woman; "because if story is told of his meeting with a depjiin a. il 1.0 diteiitibii from wcrV by government agents, thus securing addititona rml ltcft lrom Corrr tiC vi r with me." and perfect safety 10 depositors. you did you would not repeat tho faults posed Italian princeling. rUUY ABREAST 0FTHETIMLS. 1 his "I pay for my own drinks" said in book after book." originally established A Tnited States minister had, with Young and Middle Aged Men Deposit institution, Stanford in i8jj, then as tha A GRAND INVESTMENT Hank of Streeter, surlily. can but do his best," said due form, presented this American tc furc'ViTv Kaiuily and School, "A man ami impnt ucy us mil as the. National Hank ol Stanford in i6j and aufferliiB f'om spermatorrhea "Not while I Invite you to drink with Streeter, getting annoyed in spite of his extreme highness, the duke ol again rcorganired as the First National Hank of the lesult 01 self.atnise in joutliir esccrs-- i uninterme!" protested the critic "I pay for himself, for no man takes kindly to the llologna. Dictionary, comprialiic lasue of IHIU, thu rupted In iS8j, has nars and other caurosprodu. inv' sorneol de- Stanlordriutcnce of 11 had practically an supplied years. Ilia better iiiyrli(litril) liaa , 7t, uutl 'ha, (all still as emissions, blotches, following elfeLls auch this brandy." but do his "All. glad to meet yon, sir," said the candid friend. "A man-catieeu tlioroiiKlily losNril hiiiI ciilhrcril, diziincss, confusion of ideas, now with lacilities for transacting business prompt bility, r.rrvuuinri-sly and liberally than ever "Very well; tako it, then!" said best, as Hubert said, whoso grandsire American; "1 don't remember that I miller tlir auprrrlalon of Noali l'ortrr, av. ra on to scrittv, ilefeclive neuiuiy and aesual honorable career. Account before in its long aad of corporations, fiduI.I.,1.I l).,of Yulr- I'lilsrraity.nuilii Streeter, picking up the little glass and' drew a long bow at Hastings," caliaiittion which unfits the victim for buiine-of you before', but I've long ever heard d is (llstllir;UMIiliia' tlllc, lirura tlui iimiiik or narriage, aie ptrinaiiei tly cured li) remrdiea ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully dashing the contents in the lace of "Yes," returned Miss Neville, "a man hud the greatest admiration for the ot injuti li. WEBSTuR'S The Directory of this Hank it composed ol Davison. can but do his beat, although we should sausages you make in your town!" International Dictionary. Reid, . Davison took out his handkerchief. The stork of reivlolon occiiileil over Blood and Skin Diseases. FerritinHarris, Lincoln county; remember that the man who said that Youth's Companion. S. T. Lincoln; ten ear, more than h liiiiulrril 'What the devil do you mean by that, baid it Just before he was defeated. riiiiiloyril,aii(l mrr lieine G A, Lackey, Lincoln; As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Oleet, etc , 300,000 txpudd lirforr thn first Puffanblow "I hato to be grumStreeter?" he asked, as the color What I feel is that you are not doing cured by never failing remedies. J. W. Hayden, Stanford ; copy uaa printed. of women, such as I.eucorrhea, p.ilnlul Tjounted to his brow. time about the hot Diseases your best, and that you will not do bling all the S.H. Daughman,Lincolti; SOLD DYAULCOOKSCLLtRG. Menstruation. Displacement ol Wonb, Leailni Streeter took out his card and pen- your best until some objectionable per- weather." Phoneyboy "I'll tell you ratnplilet sent trio lt'io I iilillslirr. J. S. Hocker. btanford;f down paina in back, relieved in short time. 1 he Doctor carries all his portable instruments ciled a word or two on the pasteboard. son like myself has a good serious talk how to cure yourself of the habit" W. A. Trllible, Stanford; Cnutloii is mccli.l in pi,rclii.(ui; n ilic and comes prepared to eaamine the most obscure "How?" "Start a summer hotel." tlotiary, as pliotn?riipliit. r nr U 1 f mi olo-lelM. D. Elmore, Stanford; "There," he said, "Is my Paris ad- with you." medical and surgical cases. nnd cumpuralUrly wottlilcm octillon of T.F. Hill, Stanford. He undertake! no incurable diseases but cur' "llegln the serious talk," said Street- Texas Si f tings. dress. If you do not know what I mean Welwleraro linu innrl.vttil under various hundreds given up to die. K. L, Tanner, McKinney; names ami often by nllre'reclltntl''ln. by that, ask your friend here; he will er; "I am ready and eager to listen." Mrs. Van Twlller (who mistakes Address Correspondence solicited M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. GET THE OEST, "Did you read tho review of your Dr. Jovial for a physician) inform you." "And J. S. APIM.KMAX.M. I . Tlie Intern Jtlciul, itJiUIi Uar- - imprint of J. S. Hocker, President; Louisville, Ky. And with that the novelist arose, latest book which appeared in the where do you practice, doctor?" Rer. G. r C. MEKU1AM & CO., 1'uhllalier, Joha J. McRobertt, Cashier; Write for Health Journal, free Areus?" bowed to the two, and departed. Springfield, Mutt., U. 8. A. Dr. Jovial "Ah. roadame, I do not A. A. McKirrey, AittsUnt Cashier. "Did I?" said Strcstcr, somewhat practice; J only preach. Life, When ho returned to his hotel, after the meeting that was m close along the brilliantly-lighte- d startled stroll Among thh .Mountains. The best 9 1,000-mil- e p X-- I MIIiM I I 2-- M, P-'lii y low-rat- -t - stop-ove- wt-c- t n self-estee- m 1 I k a - r- - I !. 1 .... 1 r . I ie-stt- lt rfTr- - ft , 1 self-estee- . , K ' ,...,,,,.,,,, "" T . -- KZi-&Xx- -- - ; i I I - ,17 f i I i twilit WW -- I I -- al to-nig- - - i j rr I - . 11 i I ' some-please- wir,bT I Flfiy-tMc- e curt-d- mWRTillWJISST. 11I.-.- I-- : , ! DR.J.S.APPLEMftN I I ' I lr 1 I half-close- d I ' J' l! nj . iJ '"" ( vMi-ii- d j lf'A !; r-ti' I I I ( i I -- ! 1 6 J j t-i- 3 -- hlfS r ; ' I o 111 I f e- - 1 1 I 1 I z - ! 1 - c v tor l Si I - be-in'.- " -- Irilr-nileil- . J j Clad-ston- e s I eri-.ea- J vl ma-lu- te 1 n . , - s solic-te- 1 edllo-riallaliore- ra o arlem jtsfcdMaatt, - -- Jt se- - .rt( .lA..a-- nmwmmi ,. J4J . K V .,VU - ' tftJL.M&telJ Ml --5emi-Weekly Takk your repairs to Danka, tlie Jow-- J 5 Mies Georgia Lewis will open school the Lord's SupporV"; night "Wisdom's t'lur nt Mt. Xenia Monday, when a full at- Warnings to Worldlings." Sunday morning "Aru we Truo to Our Flea?"; night Thy the () tlnye bvaUwii. McKinney tendance is desired. 9 "The Christian Golden Ago." Mr. Luchb -Ky., Aumwr 11, 1893 Uroa. TANFono, Thk Kentucky Central will run an ex- has made a lasting impression on the AYouk account is ripe, ready and wait- cursion from Stanford to the Deerinu ing, l'ieaso call and settle. W. II. Wear- - Camp Meeting next Sunday, leaving at community. He is a deep thinker, a forciblo reasouer and presents whnt he E. C. Walton, Business Manager en Co. 5:25 a. m., and returning that night. Fare thinks is the truth with earnestness nnd Youk account has been duu and ready $1.50 for the round-trip- . and clearnesa. PERSONAL POINTS. bIiico July 1st. Call and settle by caali DEATH'S DOINGS. DANVILLE. Mum. 1). F. Hovt ih vieititiK fricuilH nt or note. A. It. Fenny. -- rMlsa Margaret Swope, of a sister Lancaster. The drouth continues in this section You tuny expect a call from us if you Mrs. Klixa Dawson, died nt her home, and crops nru suffering terribly. There .Mian Saiik Lii.i.aiid is with friemlri in do not cll yourself and Bettle at once. Tuesday, aged 70, of inflammation of is great danger from fires. Lnwrenceburj;. Wu want what you owe us. Severance Mrs. B. G. Boyle won tho handsome Withthe bowels. She was a deaf mute and Mil. and Miia. J. C. Hayh nru with chair olfered by Welsh A Wiseman for Son. had been sickly all her life. relatives in Oarrnrti. the nearest guees to thu attendance at Walnut and oak oiglit day clocks Ml8t ANNRiSHANKBlinH none to .Shul-hRev. W. E. Arnold was called to the DaiAillo Fair. It was 7, IB! and she i'2 fit); niuklo nlarins 75c; everything in Danville Tuesday to conduct the funeral guessed 7,411. visit Mi89 Mnry Pickett. to Miss Allie Handman, daughter of Danks, the service of Itobert G. Luce, who died of Mits. Julia Dunn is fpt'niiimt thu my lino in proportion. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hnndmnn, formerly Jeweler. See big ad. week with friemln in Danville. typhoid fever in Nashville, Tenn., on oi mis city, uieu ni me nomo oi he paOf $15 and $20, whether in one or more purchases. rents, in Lexington, Monday nfternoon, Mkashs. K. U., Waiiren hihI 1. M. Col. D. G. Slauoiitkk writes Unit thu morning of the 7th. Mr. Luco was of consumption. Mcltoberta niu nltenilin,; court at Lib- Green Briar now lias a large crowd of tho son of Myron Luce, of Hubble, and Judge Alex Anderson, City Recorderty. in this county. About er, is very Bick with flux. Mr. Ed guests. 3:1 arrivals last week nud 22 up was two years ago hu wont south to engage Miifl. Wim, MouslaND and Mrs. I W. has accepted a position ns snlesmnn to this time this week. in tho drug business and had been in with A. E Gibbous and will pay special anil Mau'ie uru nt Green Hrinr Green Wk would call attention to A. It. Pen- Nashville about a year. He was 11 years attention to thu Lincoln trade. Springs. Our Gallery of Superintendent Kawlings announcMr. J. T. Wai.i.i:k in now pullinK thu ny's clear a uce sale of watches, clocks, of ngu and for many years had been a es that the Boyle County Tenchers' Inthrottle on the piusenuer runs on this silverware and everything in the jewel- devoted member of the Methodist stitute (white) will convene in Danville ry line. Now is the timu to buy at church. at the common school buildinir, Monday, division. Mr. David Swope, father of the late auk. L', ami continue in session lor live Mu. and Mum. Foiuxri's lUii and slaughter pricts for cash. Col. A. M. Swope, died Wednesday af- days. Mifl Josephine Keiil left lor thu World's Nelson Wingate, one Thk cupola and roof of the ternoon at thu home of his daughter, citizens of Boyle county, of the oldest And buy the remnant of our Summer Stock, which vc arc closing out Fair TueruUy. died at the are being placed in mourning. At least Miss Katu Swope, aged S7 years. He Yankey Hotel, in Perrvville, Monday John Smiley has none to raducah very low. coat of black paint that is being ap- was a man of iron the morning nt G o'clock, of the infirmities constitution and ne.-v-o where ho has secured a position as sales plied gives it that appearance. The and up to tho trauic death of his favor incidental to old age. Mr. Wingate had man in a bin shoo house. in bad for long county judge hasn't much ol an eye for ite eon, was one of Mr. W. H. Manikii, of Nashville, has the most active beenin the health of ahis age.time. He year was thu beautiful, and red is no prettier to for his age in tho country. He began joined his wife nud family nt lion. to Thre is nothinir doing in wheat on any other color go down then and his mind becoming the local market. cents is John S. Owsley's. Minn F.imna Owsley him than continues very 111. My accounts are due 1st day of July alluded, it became weaker and weaker Bbout the price offered for No. 2. John ! ! Tewmoy A Son sold to Martin, Thomp: Suit. J. I. Mi Kinnky, of the L. it N., ami January and will be glad to run ac- till it went out almost entirely. At son it Co., of New Orleans, 42 extra with headquarters at MoutKomery, Ala., counts with thoe who pay promptly times he was dangerous, but the family good fat Ruir&r mules at $150 to be dehas joined his wife, here and they nru when due, but those who cannot and do would not permit his confinement in a livered Sept. 1. B. G. Fox & Co. sold to His religious views Jack Spratly, of Drendron, Va., a Clocks, $2. 50. Nickel Arlarm Clocks 75c. Walnut anc Oak Eight-Daquests of A. A. McKinney. not pay their bills when due, will please lunatic asylum. New York saddler for ;250; to ' and those of his son, Armp, wuru idenMissks Jiwiik Haiiiiol'k, of Louisville, not ask it. I cannot run business on Prices knocked silly on McFerran, of Queensboro, McFerran tical. He believed in the existence of a a and KoneClelland, of Danville, with Mr. promises. J. K VanArsdale. harness mare for S2S5 and God, but not in a hereafter. Mr. Swope to L. H. Hudson a harness mare for J. II. Olellnnd, of Hourbon, are quests of Just after wo had gone to press Mon- was an honest, upright man and raised :00. -- Advocate. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Kastland. day evening, we received this dispatch a largo family of children, nearly all of Mils. Oi'iiklia Thompson, Miss Clnrn Monte Uhristo won thu big saddle Welch, Missis Mary Clay and Ophelia from John Bright, Jr. "Gray's precinct whom aru living. The remains wero in- purse at Nicholasville. Tuesday, Gay And anything in my line. Don't forget the place, Thompson and Thoinnn Thompson are voted '.VrO against whisky and 7S for." terred in Buflalo cemetery yesterday, Bros'. Highland Denmark second, our making threu burials there in two Mr. E. P. Woods' Easle Bird third, and K T. Hoches- - With such n majority favoring the supiruests of Cant, and Mrs. Crenshaw's Monte Christo, Jr. fourth. pression of saloonf, it is hoped thnt nfter days. ter. 1(5 entries. Mrs. Mary Cobb Hocker.died at tho There were beitit; legalized, Moses Kahn, the stock buyer, is said Misses Nannik Humk, of Kirhmond, voting acaiti'it them nud Annie Hrinlit, of Hubble, who lime the people will see thnt the blind tiger home of her father, Mr. Hichard Cobb, to have gone where the woodbine Come and get the best goods for the least money, and bring the cash Tuesday, in the list year of her age. Sev- twineth. leaving 5,000 sheep, 1,000 catbeen visltini: MInth tMiMe nnd Hem men are given their deserts. with you. eral years ago sho had the grip, from tle nud 1,(H hogsunpaid for to Bourbon Woods, have itonw to spentl u short time St'iT. J. I. Mi Kinnkv was called to which she never fully recovered and farmers alone. He bought in the sprinc with Miss Annie Knirleintui since then cattle have ttono down Montgomery yesterday by a dispatch which llnally degenerated into consump- and a head, sheep $10 51.50 and hogs 2Jc a Mm T. F.Spink left for Needles, Cnl., necessary tion und for which a stay at Aaheville, pound, so it is little wonder thnt he stating that his presence was Wednesday to settle up his nllsirs there to see that the proper steps were taken N. C , and other resorts gave no relief. skipped. and return to Keiitueky. His road has by the L. k N. to assist in the enforce- Mrs. Hocker was no ordinary woman. made a lare reduition in its force to ment of the ()iumintine against Pensaco-l- A graduate of Daughters' College and NEW ADYE11TISEMKNTS. curtail expenses nnd he is ntnonc the re by Mobile and Montgomery. A ship-Io- pohsessed ol a tine mind, sho was not US- tired. J of cholera is anchored in the bay only highly accomplished, but an excelKkv. Hkn Hflm took his mother to 1). S. near Fensacola. lent business woman, as the manageKlimbethtown yesterday to visit relament of her nlfairs since her husband's At the well. known old Hand ol J. II. Green, in tives, and from there he will k to the Thk chairman of the county commitdeath, 10 years ago, demonstrated. She Chics-KO- . Christian Alliance Convention at tee, It. K. Gentry, with J. A. (,'happell, Hustonville, - - Kentucky, He will not attend the fair till It is David Moore, J. J. McKinney, W. A. was married in June, 1S73, to Mr. Win. Would be slid 10 ee hi numerous friend and S. Hocker and to them two children show them hi nock of good conmtin; ol settled not to open it on Sunday. Carson and S. A. Middleton, members of Saddlery, Hardware, Hugjlet and KarmlnR weru born, IticuH.nl Cobb and Win, s'., Mus. Gus Hopmann and the handsome it, met Wednesday and after examining Implements, (.neluin a call. both of whom are living to feel the seand churmingMrs. Little, ol St. Louis, the returns, declared Harvey Helm, Ki., loss of a mother's tender love and And get your share of the were down from Crab Orchard Springs, thu democratic candidate for thu legisla- vere a pleasant crowd is at ture. Only two errors were discovered cire. Since girlhood Mrs. Hocker has Tuesday. (Juile A small place olTW'ENTS and ACKES, with thu springs now, including Mrs. Little' s in the vote as given by this paper Tues- been nn earnest, llou-- c ol rive rooms. All outbuildings neo member of the Christian church, and in giml repair Young orchard with sister, Mrs. Martin, also of St day, and they reduced M. F. North's foremost in uvery good word and work, small fruit of all LInJs. 4', miles from Uanlllv Col. and Mns. T. I'. Hit i., Mrs. A. 0. vote to lo-- and increased Helm's ma- and when thu summons came she was and one mile from Junction City on the MKS SAI.ME SltM'MAN'. Fax-tojority over both to 57. Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Shelby Citf, IJoyle Co., Ky ready and willing to go. The death scene That we are- aru enjoying the hcalthsivuiK waters MiClaky paired a credita- was a real triumph over the grim monMu. W. F. of Itubsell Sprints. This is the second MRS. F. DUNN, ble examination and has received from ster. She called her children, parents, visit of the colonel ami bio wife this the board at Frankfort a certilicnte of sisters and brother to her bedside and TEACHER of VOICE CULTURE, pleased with Kb greatly are they his iualitlcHtious for the olliie of super- told them of tho bliss that awaited her the place. .v:Nr intendent. The forms of the law hav- and urged them to strive to meet her SlAM'OKII.KEMt'CKN. bewhere thu wicked cease from troubling ing been complied with, ho is now CITY AND VICINITY. fore thu democrats for re nomination, anil the weary are eternally at rest. In Chorus In Dress Goods. Clothing, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c. and Sight-Roadin- g A pew ice chests left, will sell at cost. salistied that if they will examine his a .sweet vision shu could nee tho four Free. W. H. Wearen & Co. record in olhce and out, they will en- sisters who had gone before, seated SPLENDID KAH.M dorse him at thu primary. Ho has been around the great white throno and beckIt is now "the thing" for a lady to tip faithful nud true to duty and it seems to oning her to join them. Thus lived and Assignee. Iwr hat to the gentlemen she knows. , be the general feeliug tiint he should be died a woman whoso bright example I will sell privately ' ItRtiniT Fkkrii.i.'s case, for attempted given another term without opposition will tell in the ages to come. Mrs. Hock. L. AL'SIIN! D. CAMrilELL. er makes the fifth daughter Mr. nnd My Splendid Farm of 150 Acres, bribery in elections, was continued till from any quarter Saturday. Mrs. lUchard Cobb have had to surrenIn advocating the adoption of thu der to death, but they havu the consol- Mtuated i'4 miles South of Stanford. This farm is ma high state of cultivation and has plenty of Follow the crowd Monday and you cash system, thu Harrodsburg Democrat ing confidence All in grass that God hns taken them the lift ol water improvements. but 40 acres. Has your money. will find the place to spend utters a whole volume of wisdom in to Himself, where they can join them the very best of W. W II VS, M anlord, Ky & 47.tr W. II. Higgins. these sentences, which we commend to in a short time even if their lives nru Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset St.; wareroom, paint Tbaciikhs who attend the Institute those who prefer to do a large busine?s unusually prolonged. May God, thu EXECUTOR'S SALE. and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. week will tlnd pleasant board and on credit to a smaller for cash. "It is only giver of true consolation, sustain next of John M. lodging by application to Mrs. Ihinnle all nonsense to say that tho merchant them and all atlccted by this death. A As Kxemtor public j uctun McKobert. Sr . on will on the premises sell at who nbnndons the credit system will song anil prayer at the house, followed Burks. . August 26th, 1893, lose his trade; he had better lose his by a short and impressive service by FokSalk. My combined middle and trade than gradually seu his capital Eld. W. L. llcinning at a p. m., aSign Work, art'stic and plain. Ya We guarantee A specialty. Williams, assisted by Elder harness pony at public sale on Monday dwindle and throw away thu labor of a W. E. Ellis, at tho grave in BulTalo CemA share of patronage solicited. work to give satisfaction. next. Long time with good note. Ar- lifetime. A small cash business on a etery, and tho remains wero lnid away They will tie offered first separately and then as thur Hubbard. CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky small capital turned over many times is by thu side of those of thu husband to a whole, the bid bcni theaccepted which will brins the mot money. At rat time and plate, I reawait thu resurrection morn, in tho pres- will sell the personalty, consisting of SouvKNiit Fhkk. If you uro going to better than a large credit business, the World's Fair, get a ticket from quiring a largu capital and accumulating ence of a largo concourse of friends, who Furniture, Buggy, Garden Tools, literally covered the mound with beauDankB, tbo Joweler, entitling you to a its inuvitable burden of bad debts." I'.urain; Implement, Set ol Carpenter's Tools, tiful floral ollerings. souvenir of the exposition. Sco my reCuler Mill, 75 feet of Hoe, Ac Mahkha.m, a Casey county Terms-UHikam realty, tash, balance in duction ad. and ia months, with interest. On personalty, 6 tough, got on Capt. Delph's train at LebCHURCH AFFAIRS." io and ;inder, cab over that amount oti (. days, secured and with interest. Will Hanskohd, Green Hansford, anon thu other niuht and tried to run W II HIGCIN. Kxecutcr The corner stono of thu Central tilings. The conductor attempted to quiBill Blnkoly hiu! Joo Hnyden, nil colorChristian church, which is to ben ed, for running small boys with" rocka et him, but he grow more boisterous and one, n as laid ut Lexiuton .Mon- FTTB1LXC and sticks, were each given four days on finally attacked tho man with the punch, lint sty-- 1 (Uta The undersiened, ns agent and attorney in fact who promptly mauled him over the the rock pile by Judge Carson. IT . i(sWfcA "Sss23fffffL niu ucn 1 muni; iiuiiifiiuitau n , ot the neir oi jonu nays, deed., will on This settled him again head with his lantern. Morelanil will bo ik'tlicatei! on Sunday Pholiph'. Callino Benna has for awhile and then ho began to break 30, '93, startled the community. Some time ago out thu car windows. Thu conductor next, Auk. j:;- - Minister:) of thu ilillcr-on- t to the hie dunomiuHtioiis will conduct thu ex Ou the tireinis at pu lie oulcrv triplets and the Cincinnati she produced esiaud best bidder the Farm consistms of went for him acam, when hu jumped ercihen. There will he two serinoiiB 11 gave her 1100. Now she has a Knquirer from tho train, fust as it was going. FearAbout -- 40 Acres of Land, o'clock a. m. and 'J v. m., with i basket child which ia her.lTth child. ing tho man was killed Capt. Delph stopr 7)fFnrivi mo iiimuii iu ' Of Inch the late John llichinoud Climax. HluiicriiiiurveiuuK. Hays died ro,sev,cd. ped and searched for him in vain, but V. L. Si,J ituatcd noar btauford, K) ,.md lies b:idkotS. With C0II10 nerrand on the Mantord and Hustonville tun). Miss VmotNiA Bowman delightfully tho next day he turned up in Lebanon lllllUlltJ. pike roud nnd is loumlcd V the (arms of Forestus fiWil . vvO HaysJ Reid, Win. a number of her friends but little thu woieu from his experience. entertained Kov. C. S. Lucas continues to preach i and others ItetV, is Mrs. llie Karris, inWrn. vicm. FROM I Ins a desirable plav.e, the ' .... of Stanford .i r ..1.1....1 Wednesday evening nt Mr. Forestus It The friends of Mis. Julia F. Dunn two powerful sermons daily ami to ur;o the soil yields a rich icy ru toiui VUIII.4UIHI auu LOUISVILLE OR CINCINNATI. good husbandry . return and othHeid'a elegant homo. Dancing will be glad to know that ahu has decid- upon Binnera tho importance of iiccoptuiK Tho Karm has upon it a wealhcrlioarded loir house elti or S rooms, under cellar, there is a DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE er nmusementa wero enjoyed and an ed nfter much importunity, to remain the Savior, but bo far he is disappointed of all times: a larce whichcommodious dry and at and barn was served. Mrs. Maggie inciuDt egant lunch Ihere is in the voice in tho result. There- have been four ad other necessary outbuildings in Stanford and teach a class in yard a line well ol and Pullman Vestibule Sleeping and Buffet Parlor Cart, Portinan furnished the music for thu oc- cultuVu and on the piano. She has ditious by baptism nnd three by letter, also near the housecool, purespring,living water and and for stock n good In short, two casion. Only Route Through tho Indiana made music u life study and ia thorough- whereas lie says that at any other place purpovit of thegool ponds on the tarm. county to pleasantest places in the it is one In ail of lis neishborhood environments. oO in a congregalive Natural Gas Belt. World's Fair for ly accomplished in every brauch. As a thero would havu been An excursion to thu cash in hand and Terms of Sale one and Christian Orphans' vocalist she has fuw superiors as all who tion which paid so close and earnest at- the remainder of thu purchase moneyu Inpercent. THROUGH TICKETS the benefit ol the with two years in TfcCtE UfCS AND THIlR CONNf CTlOhJ t IICUWS sing will testify. Shu tention its thu one hu is preaching to. Interest tromeoual ofinstallments, paid, ami lien re mIb until day AT Tcit MUhCm TICKIT CFMU Of Home will leave Louisville by thu 0. & havu heard her distcuie the tOUTHLR MILA)9. has had great success in teaching in Important business will cause him to tamed on the larm to undersigned. deferred pay. M. at 7:10 a. m., Monday, uudor tho menu, payable to the For snciAi imobmation it recaro to rates avdT'' tho Sunday night's service, inu rami win to surveyed to tue purchaser rection of Mrs. W. II. Mnnnell. For Wichita, Kas., where she has been for leave after DFU.U0 DETAIlt CONCERMMQ IBB and full possession mil be given on the first day SERVICE, HEAte APK IH PCRtCX OR B, untR cn ticket and room rent in several years and where a class now when tho uioeth.K will positively close. ot January, 1804, but for needing, about o acres ,SH a round-triTCIEGRAM TO (ITmEH Of THE I'ffllAirSiW .m X.H.UCZT.SoiitlKrnPi.n'riettt,fOUOfflNG t subject of this morning's sermon lww in com, the purchaser will nave tne riznt to I in the Tower Hotel for eight days will be awaits her, but she prefers to live in thu The - SlSEHUt 105., I puttaid land in small grain an d the ri;ht of . idit tho Faith Cvre tact or tan - ' re anii csre tor ihat purpose to th place. in CM.K. ISOMFMS,S.t lWf liili,- -. UIINCTOX. II.given where meals can be had at 15 to home of her childhood and be with her will bo "la VA'iT UJ K. I. W.H KH.N, IMlm 1. 1VSU5UJ, Bstriartstrigeav wuiamiA !, by Faith," at night. Agent and.Utnrney In Pact for UXUIli XU6DI. isuuci 'jinTti rair 50c This i8 about as cnenp a cnanco iu father and sister. Attention ia called to cy?" "J ustiflcalion S. L Ca. rcni tsi Yist iTWa iH'ttC Saturday morning "Who May Partake of John .S. Hays' Hurt. J her card in another column. go aa will be offered. Interior Journal m -- t Beautiful Picture -- Sc y CASH PURCHASES well-kno- wn Si-bo- comb sjstd wmm court-hom- e Fine CYCLONE y .A.xr'fcs. HUGHES & TATE. Forty-seve- REDUCTIONS four-vearo- ld t m Watches, Clocks, Sterling and Plated Silverware, Spectacles, Danks, The Jeweler, a COME TO SEE n CARPENTER, 1'urnl-lur- e. Next -:- - Monday, For Sale Privately. God-lovin- g God-servi- ng Cot-tas- e " Ilu.lon-vlllrpik- e. n m -- hen-so- n, J. GIVING AWAY W. H. HIGGINS, R Class Class. For Sale Cheap Privately. NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL AUSTIN, Fro'rs. 1 -- House Painting and Paper Hanging Two Houses and Lots, The World's Fair Route from the South one-thir- -- Pennsylvania 4 hand-Hom- e ,. tti SAIiE. short lines mT 1 ! Wednesday, Atij. ,i li- d .u WOll-llllc- d I j I ''" t&fJ) )vrP ,.-- .. .,11 . -- , Oue-third VIA CAN , AH FIRST-CLAS- S p $ rUI , Sl &R wy' - Ik - IT' . 6 Semi-Weekly N. T "y' 1 - Interior Journal A SINGLEJDBJECT Publlsuod Every Tuesday and Friday , AT Sii PJUK. vacAH. -- When not sopaid ir $2.60 will be charged. X vanck Treatod of In the President's Message to Congress. THE FINANCES OF THE COUNTRY. K. C LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Rowiand at 7:00 1. ra., returning at 5:7a p. m. L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North Express Mr. Clcselund EiinieMIr l'.eroinmrml. the 1'roinpt Itepenl oT tlio Slioniiiiu Silver f 1800, Which Up Siiys I'urrhntliii: Ia Its Itesponslble For Our Prose nt L'n for- such an obligation has Hten imposed upon It, to provide for the use of tUe people th best and safest money. If, as many of its friends claim, silvei ougiit to occupy a larger place In our currency and tho currency of the worh' through general International anil agreement, it is obvious that tin I'lilted States will not be in a position tt gain a hearing in favor of such au arrange incut so long a we are willing to continue our attempt to accomplish tho result sin d MEANS IUSINES1. Birr your Bchool books and school supplies oi all kinds at A. 11. Ponny'e. 1TOTICI ing at 50 l-2- I DR. W. B. PENNY We will Deliver I0E Every Mornc Oculist. Main street, In office recea vacated by Dr. L F Huffman, Stanford, Ky Office South sid and warranted. Kugrnvlug a specially, at A. It. Penny's. Thk soda water syrups at A. It. Penny's nro made with pure fruit juices and are delightful. Try tlietn. Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired per lb. In s'Untord and Rowland and by 50 lbs. oc per Ibi and 100 lbs ajc per 100 lbs. We are very maukiui lor past paironaee ami rtipcmunj it- sjui-s- t Will deliver trom 1 lb up Its continuance. MKS. JANK HARROW A CO. i JOHN II. DcNARDI, Carriage Fainter and Trimmer, All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and in style Plain and ornamental Signs Satisfaction guaranteed In both uorkmsn-shi- p ami price Shop on main strrel, nver.Wm. Daugherty's blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky. first-clas- s O. P. HUFFMAN Garrard Kngllh and Classical -:- I College, or males and females. South North Lscal Freight North train" ' ooutn....... .. ...U3pm ...i ...313 pa ... it am 51 ,11 ;pm .. ...107pm Th latter traina alio carry patiengeri, The above it calculated on itandard time. Solar (me it about 10 minutei fatter. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. South.. .. , ..936am as follows: , Vcitlbule Limited, it. Jo Limited, 3.3? a. m,; No. 3., a. m.; No. , Chicago New Orleans Express, 11 17 a. m ; No. 7., Local, 11.11 p. m.; No. 9 , Hlue Grass VctibuIo, 8.40 p. M. Northbound. -- No. 3, Vestibule Limited, 6.(3 p. m. ; Ho. 4., rast Mail, 1.53 p. m ; :xo. 0 , uniga- ., 1.35 a. iu.; S o.l.linitei, 2.J7 a. m., ,o. e a m to, Hlue urasssspeciai, Traiui past Junction City .- "South-bound- No. 1 JfbsotufeJy miarnpw m Pure A cream of tarter baking pow- der. Higest of all in leavening of busluirss. Latest United States I believe these things are principally strength. chargable to congressional legislation, Government Food Report. touching the purchase nud coinage of sil&OYAL'BAKING POWDER CO., ver by the general government. 100 Wall St;, New York. tunate Flnnurlnl Plight. Washington, Aug. 8. Tho following Is the president's messngo to tho extra cssion of congress: Tc the Cong;es of the United State: The existence of an iilnnninir nnil extra ordinary mnines situation, involving tho welfare and prosperity of all our people, ha constrained me to call toother the peoffteV representatives In cormn..-.to the end that throtiKh a wise and patriotic exer-ciof the legislative duty with which they are charged, present evils may be mitigated and danger threatening the future may be averted. Onr unfortunate financial plight Is not cue result of untoward events nor of eon dltions related to our natural resources; nor la it traceable to any of the aflllctions which frequently check national trrowth and prosperity. With plenteous crops, with abundant promise of remunerative production and manufacture, withumiMiul Invitation to safe investment and with satisfactory assurance to btulneo! enterprise, uddenly financial distrust itnd fear have prung up on every side. Numerous moneyed Institution have suspended becau.so abundant o.et nerei not Immediately available to meet the demands of frightened depoltors. Surviving corporations and individuals are content to kep in hand the money they are usually anxious to loan, and those engaged in legitimate business are surprised to find that the securities they offer for loins, though heretofore satisfactory, are no longer accepted. Values supposed to lie fixed are fant becoming conjectural, and loss ami failure have invaded every branch -, e flHHbp Office A. S. PRICE, Stanford 'Owsley Building. SURGEON DENTIST. over UcKobertt Drug Store inthe net C. O. FOWXX.I.. LOOAN AVENUE, Stanford, : : Kentucky. Aiwa srs'tel s'coods lower than anyone cite in town N'esr stock of Fruits every Friday. I will open on January iSth, 1S93. a First-Cla- n Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ol Jersey milk to the people of Mantord and How. land at the lolloping price, delivered. .10 cents Fresh Milk, per gallon loct-nt. Skimmed Milk, por gallon. 8 cents Uutter Milk, per gallon trips daily. The patronage 0! the I will make two rev iu.i, public Is salicited .il A G Stanford, Ky er--t yr, 'Notice to. ,th& Traveling Public. .1 rTh.9 S3a.lton House, At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have re connection with Hotel one of the best saloons In the State, open day and night; anight man meets all trains. In connection with Houif have also one of the best Mineral wells in the State and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs G. V. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Erin.Tenn.A. A.Warren, Stanford, Dr. D. E. Proctor, C II. Uraum, Mr. and Mrs T. W. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs K. B. Johnson, Hew Haven, Jim Cox, Greensburg. Rates $a per M' C'ei'wGCARmRiaEK,"pr0p have had K d'9W "' '.THE RILEY HOUSE F. B. RILEY, Proprietor. - - Kentucky. London, Iiave moved to my new Hotel tand am better urenared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and every convenience Give me a call. r.t.ky KRAN de-re- jvei.:h:ilto:w ROWLAND, KV. DEALER IN GROCERIES, HARDWARE, at Htaiaevcd into hU now utore and the junction of pikes "( Orchard the SUnlord a: I rabnow than eser prepared letter t Rowland aud is to please the trade iu both STOCK. OH'..aOOIJ!, 1'UICJCS, 10 Etc. He has recently added greatly by ni. stock bad no loss and havinvc r.o rent to pay mid than any body.debts all he cau sell ycu g)ds cheaper J7-- '' oeipte uujiut and get Ills price COME to SEE ME. Having purih.i.ed' the 'Grocery fast as.poible and : u ill Business hin have it OfJ.W Ramsev, lam Increasing the stock as 'Complete in Every ticular. Par- I will Call at mv stole on Lancaster ftreet anil make it to your interest to trade with me i Jehn B. W.C. HUTCHINCS. Castlecun. A G. Lanhaa ROYAL insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAjN MANAGERS,', Commerce Building, Louisville Agents taroigaoutthc South. W. TBIBBLE, Local Ajjent, ;STANFORD, KV. This matter rises nbove tle plauo iA the "old Jcifersontan democracy. puty politics. It ritally concerns every badness mid calling and enters every B. household in the land. There is oun ln a Candidate for Jailer, subjrtt to thessssionof Is portaut aspect eif the- subject which est ciitlly should never br overlooked. At the Democrat7. thm like the- present, when the evils of T uuscraid fiuanrv threaten us, th specuW. HAYS, lator may anticipate a harvest gathered the actWa ol from the misfortune of others, the capital- Is candidate lur jailer, subject ist ixtay protect hiinelt by hoarding, or t deiuuctacr may evxu find profit in tk fluctuutiou of values; but the vvuge earner the first to be injured by a deptwiatetl currency atvf the subject I the actirrt ol It last to receive the- benefit cf" its correction ths .candidate f.t jailer, Jemoctacy. i prnatically defenseiesK He relies for work u$iu the vuntures of confident aud SAM M. OWENS, coutentt-icapital Tlili failing hita his conditiiKX is w ithout alleviation, for he can Is I.ln.rln county, aaandidate neither prey on the misfortunes of others to the action of tbr democrat!! irsraary. nor hoard Ids ImUh One of the greatest statesmen, our country has known, speak D. ing more than .V jeaw ao t of the- citrrencj bad caused Is assndidatetor'rterillof LinLoln county, subcommercial distress said Theer man ject the action if the ilcinocratit pismsry t of all otlisrs, who has the interest inn sound. ciirrene.v, aud w ho suuet imst by mischievous legislation iu inone-- mat ten,. Is the man who earn las daily lirvod Is a Candidate If Jniler of Lmndti con lit 7 and MiksSi. friends not to commit tlmselve t any by his dady toil" it Some and work he. as he These winds are rw pertinent now soii one candidacy is fcr 'd t tostay acisou ol the the is x.hjtsrt the day the) were tittered, aud ought to Ids party impressively remind us that a failure in the discharge of our duty at ihls time must especially injure those of our countr) men who lalior. and who, of their um ber und vondition. are entitled to the uist watchful tare of their government linu I a.atB returned trom the iitievwilh ajni.e It is o; the utmost iiiiportaure th.it such rl Millinery whxh I will sell for a small proht s KOods, nan alTonl iu the existing Ooe.lsleflover.a.frrsh as this season relief situatiin la- - atfonlisl at once. The maxim Irom last season I will sell nt "He gives twice who gives quiikl)" it diCASHONLY, rectly apjphcablp It may ho true that tlie COST FOX THE eiiib.irttissmeuts from whleli thebu.jies.s iu 'I he reason I s'o this is to rrstuce my sleek of cut my business Jt the country is suffering aiise as iiuilIi fnmi goods w I wiU to tle to ctiUtippreheiidisi as fiiiui those actually ie hrst oppojeuiuty.the ladies in call anJ esaraine Iciirdiaily mote existing We may ho. tenj, thM calm ray good. also isaJUit a shwe ot hs,r P'"n- eotiu-mwill prevail and that neJLlurthe a Minford, Ky capitnbsts nor the wage-ea- i tiers will give establishing-- ditiimlnatioii in favor of way to tiiiroivonlng iinio and s.ieritlie S1AMORP gold their projx-ttor tlieir interests under tlie l'p to the l.'th day of .Tttly, lb'A these iutluelK e of e '.nyjjerated fears. p. note had been issued iu payment of silver Noveithelts, every day's detfey In removbullion putchnsed, to the amount of inure ing one of the plain aud principal causes of than 5H7,00f,(HHl. While all but u vrty the t state of things enlarges SriCK oa b. altvad) done aud increases the re At JohiOfanefee's njw nnall quantity of this bullion remains unsptiiislbilit-- of thegoveiiimeat fur iu excoined nud without twfulnes iu the treasV. RAMSEY, ury, many of the note-- , given in ith pur- istence Whatever blse the people have a light to ejs-- t from congress they m,y Who will at all times be glad to accommodate all chase hnvo been paid in gold. ThUisil lusttated by the statement that between certainly deiiinnd that legislation conith good ng at tea -- nabie rales My ltusiil tho 1st day of May, IMC.', and the 1.1th day demned by the on leal of three years' meet ah K C trains of duly, 1M,'1, the notes of this kind issued shall be removed from in pa.Miient for silver bullion, amounted to the statute books as soon as tlieir repreI a little more f." MOO and that during sentative can legitmately deal with it. It wus my purpose to summon congress the alJle period about $lt,OU),000 were paid woek Cibinet Come to HowlaaJ for by tho treasury iu gold for the redeuiptiuu iu special session early lu tlie coming I will make s as only $i 50 per doien, Card Si of such notes. that we might enter promptly at 1'rab Orchard every Saturday at Hoping the cltuelis will take advantaged the work of tmitl reform, which tho The policy necesarily adopted of jinylng these rales and nioiiiage me in my good works, thes notes iu gold has not sured tlie gold true interests of tho country clearly a,0 respectfully. whicli m, li,rKe u niajotity of tho of SKW.tVW.OiK) long ago set aside by FRANK CORDIKR. the government for the redemption of other people as .how by their sufTragrs, desire notes for this fund has already been sub- aud expist, and to the accomplishment of jected to the payment of new obligations which every ellort of the administration is amounting to about cd50,000,0o0 on account pledged Hut while tariff reform has lost st silver purchases, and has, its a conse- nothing of its immediate and permanent The finest fiuit belt of New Mexico. No fill quence, for the first time since its creation, importance, and mut In the near future lire in crips under irrigation if properly All Ktown engugo the attention of congre.s, it has to. New fruits grown ill California can belemons. been encroached upon. M.xlco, escept oranges und in We have thus ninde the depletion of our seemed to me that the financial condition Land from $a$ to$io per acre on lo jcars' tune, at gold easy, and have tempted other und of tlie country should at once and before-al- l u per cent. Call on or address, R. C. .MORGAN. D D. S., more appreciative nations to mid it to their other subjects, be considered by your Stanford, Ky. stock. Tliut tho opportunity we have of- honorable body 1 earnestly recommend fered has not boeu neglected, Is shown by the prompt re the lare amounts of gold which havu been peal of the pinvisious of tho act passed receutly drawn from our treasury and ex- July 14, ISM), authorizing tlie purchase, of ported to increase the financial strength of silver bullion, and that other legislative foreign nations. The excess of exports of action may put lieyond all doubt or misgold over its imports for the year ending take tho intention and tho nbilitvof the June 30, IVi, amounted to more than 7, government to fulfill its pecuniary obliga-- : 600,000. tions iu money universally recogiii.ed by Detwi-ethe 1st of July, 1VJ0, and the all civilised countries. filCOVI-.15th of July, lKtt, the gold coin and bulCI.KVLI.A.SU. E.VECL 1IVK lion iu our treasury decreased more than Aug. 7, lSlsl. UW,0ijO,00O, while during the same iieriod FINANCIAL SCARE. the silver coin and bullion in tho treasnry increused more than $14",000,njO. I'nlesu A Itun Several Hunks Tlint lllil Not government Ixuids are to be constantly is.Tj faj (srasu l.Mst lAHlg. sued and Bold to replenish our exhaust(St Wheeh.no, Aug. 8. As u result of ed gold, only to Ixiaguln exhausted, it is apparent that the operation of tlie silver the ucare created by the ii.Mdi;nii!ont of purchase law now in force leads In the di- tho Uxchitnyo bank, urun began on sevrection of the entire substitution of silver eral other IjHuks in tlio city ua soon 111 TT7G7S for the gold in tho government treasury, they opened tlieir doors yeaterduy inoru I J and that thin must be followed by the pay- ing. It did not last long. Tlio run ment of nil government obligations in de- was made by Hinalldepo.sttorrt und when preciated silver. they waw the business men depositing At this stae gold and silver must part as uhuuI they recoered their seiisen ana company am' the government must fail iu the punic wus soon over. OILVERWAK'tzjp'iyr ill Its established policy to maintain the two Iu the ufternoon itiuny deitosited thu metals on a i.mity with each other. Given money they had drawn in the inorninir. over to tho exclusive use of a currency Btibiness men made u speciul effort 0 Rock Bottom l'rices. Prompt greatly depreciated according to the stand nhow their confidenco iu the bank personal attention given to repair nrd of the commercial world, wo could no The result wns that in every Lank longer claim a pl.uo among nations of the the citv the deposits exceeded the wi work. One call will convince you litt class, nor could our government claim uruwnR Couhucuce is completely ro-- J that this is the place to trade. a performance of its obligation, so far as niuicti ueru. This legislation is embodied In statute pasned on the Uth day of July, tbW), which wna tho culmination of much agitatiou on the Mtbject involved, and which may lw considered a truce, after a long struggle, between tho advocates of free silver coin age ami those intending to be more conservative. Undoubtedly the monthly purchase by the government of 4,500.000 ounces of silver, enforced under the statute, were regarded by in silver production re a certain guaranty of its increase in priotv The result, however, has been entirely different, for Immediately following a spasmodic ami slight rie, the prfesrof silver began to fall after the passage of the act and n as since reachetl the lovtesC point ever known. This disappointing result has led to renewed and peiLstent eiroit in the direction of free siher coinage Meanwhrie, not only are the evil effects of tho operation of tlte present law con stantly but the result to which it execution must inevitably lead is Incoming palpable to nil who gtve-thleast heid to financial subjects. This law provides that iu payment-- for the 4,500,000 ounce of Mlver bullion trhich the secretary f the treasury i cdmm.tnded to pttrchnve monthly, there hliall iw issued treasury notes nsleeniable on demand iu gold und silver coiu, at the discretion of tho secretary of the treasury, and that Mid notes may Ik- - reUsued. It is, however, declared in the t tob "The established policy of the Pulled States to maintain the two metals on a parity with each other upon the present legal tat In or such ratio as may be provided Bylaw." This declnntt ion, o control the action of the cecretary of the treaury n lo prevent hi evercising the discretion nominally vested in him, if by uth action the parity between gohl mid silver niny lie tlisturlvil. Manifestly n ivfufl by the secretary to juiy thee treasiirj note in gold if demanded, would neiessarily lesitlt in their discredit .nd deprecintiou as obli gations p.iyalile only in diver, and woulia destroy the Hiritybetweeu the two metal-b- y m-. for a moment to lie disregarded, l'ossiblj if tho undertaking we have iu hand, were tho maintenance of a specific known quantity of allvcr at a parltj with gold, our ability to do so might tw estimated and gouged, and perhaps In view of our unparalleled growth and resources, might be favorably passed ujion. Hut when our avowed endeavor is to maintain such parity in regard to an amount of sil ver at the rute of fW.OOO.OilC yearly, with no fixed termination to such increase, it can hardly be said that a proli-leis presented whose solution is free from doubt. The people of the United States are en titled tei a sound and Ktable currency and to money recognized as such on every ev change and iu every market of the world. Their government has no right to injure tnetn ty uuunoal cxierliueuts oppetsed to the policy and practice of other rivilU.-state nor i It justified in permitting an exugeniitti ann unreaonaniu reliance 011 our national strength ami ability to jeopardize the ouudnevs of the people's . Inn-easind The know ledge In business circles anion!! Isacnndldate for Jailer, nubject to the action ol our own people that our government cat the Democratic party He would appnciate your vote not make Its ilat oinlva!ent to intrmst value, nor keep inferior money on a parlt) JOHN M. JOHNSON with MtiH-rin- r money, by Its own ludepend etit ellorts, has resulted iu .such a lack 01 Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county confidence at home in the stability of cur subject to the actior. of the Democratic party rency values that capital refuses to aid new enterprises, while millions are actual!) withdrawn from the channels of trade and commerce to become idle nud unproductive Is a Candidate fur Superintendent ol Pablic for Lincoln lu the hands of timid owners. Foreign In Schools Democracy. County, subject to the action ot the vestors, equally alert, not only decline tc purchase American but make A. haste to sacrifice those which they already have. Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, subIt doe not meet tho situation to say thai ject to the action of the Democratic party. nppreheuslon In regit nl to the future of out finances In groundless and that thvre is nc raason for lack of confidence) In the pur poses or power of the government in the Is a candidate for Jailer, subject la the action cf premise. The very existences of this ap the democratic party prehension and lack of confidence, however caused, is a menacw which ought not W. F. McCLARY : Nixl ne.ion begins Sept 5th, i"vj The course and J teaching thorough, the buildingsYouncgrounds ladies beJMiiiuI and rates teasouable. College, joung geDtleinen boarded boarded in the In ihe town Kor further particulars a;dres the MlLlON KLLtOTI. l',.dent. Lancaster, Kentucky. THE P. 0. MILLINERY. Call at the post office room and see the TO COAL BURNERS OI Rowlaud, Hanford and Vicinity Largest and Best Solocted Stock T!)t Of Millinery in town bound to please you. u gtwuls and prices aic J. GIVENS DINK FARMER Having made arrangements with the East Ten. neMoJellicoCoal Co., I am now prepared to sell you felllco Coal at the lowest possible margin. 1 find that by pv Ing cash and selling for me cash 1 can sell much cheaper, so come and and see how little money will buy ) our Winter supply ot this Coal, the best on the market IhanluiR youfor past favors and soliciting a you". cmtiouance of same, I am respectfullyRowland. S I) ADAMS. 10-i- m MRS I' T COURTS. SALE t: Ui, STOCS AID CSQP. I HAVK If not sold or traded privately before, I will sell publul) on G. W. DEBORD 91. Is a Candidate tor Jailer, subject to the action ol the Democracy, 100 Valuable Town Lots and 100 Acres of Valuable .Lands, All Ivlne alousnle of depot machine shops and vards at Corbin Will sc II at a batgaln. all to-a ould ribhange lor or gether or ('nlirinondrncr SOllCilfll s I). T.CIIKSNUi'. Coibin, K) iw niue-v.ras-- Friday, Sept. 15th, 1893, Farm Containing 130 Acres, Hall Andersen, Sam Adiixiiiiic K. Z) .M Owens, I M. ware W. K, Dunn and A II McKlnney, running back to the commencing point at K li. Kciiuetiy s "l has goto, nouses and is well watered Also T held yearllli and . ...il .W- .-. . Ki"d irs. mised Steers well Heifers.s . ..... lire.) Marcs, t bred, a Iroller by Iirredlug, i buckling .ratline Horse, 8 stock Hcgs and J Sow anil I family Colt, l'lgs j Kwes and e Lambs, I Huck, i Rockasray and Spring1 Wagon, Kjrminsr Utensils, i Sulkcy I ultivatot, Reaper and Mower combined, Household and Kitchen I'urnituie. Terms made kuown on day ol sale. K AN LON, McWnney el F. ELKIN, Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action of the democracy. JNO. BRIGHT of the Democratic Tor m4,h'i'U,r As- Smlm. "" Is a Candidate fqr Assessor, subject to the action party. E. D. KENNEDY. Is a candidate for to the office of sessor, of Lincoln County, subject lo action of the democratic party. Iheinideis.gnedhave for sale soudi-JowKwes and ao llucks importid and bred by stile Cecil, ol Hojte. No finei or better bred HKSKDICTACOOI-EManford, Ky TO 1 SPLENDID FARM will sell Millinery W. I.. DAWSON, cand'dale for jailer, subject to the action ol the dimocracy. Is a Koe & FOR SALE PRIVATELY.' I will sell privately mr .isms of vuscics.isitusl- ed on Ihe West side of in. Hustonvillc & iK miles Irom llussonvilte and wlihlti a hall milt of the railioad station of Moi.land. i he film is In a splendid slate nf cultivation, well Inpruvedivith a dvnllin ot C or 7 rooms, nrceasary outbuildings, including a good bat 11. About half ol the farm is sown lo giaas and the entire place Is veil walei.d and can be it vldcd into 1111 eaic.ls 10 suit the jhiic baser For particulars write to or call ou, J I. LAND, Moreland, Ky ay-i- AT UNUSUALLY L0W.PRICES .!.-,- . H,l JOHN BAILEY, la a nione-y- candidate for Jailer, lubjtct to the action Call and save money. the rest of the lin. nl lollies' Under .ear and Hos iery kept consUatly on had. M1SSL1CCIK IIEAZI.KV. of Stanford, Ky sam JOHN 3IERSHON - Commercial McKINNKV, KY Hotel, I have bought ssSove menwned; Hotel at Me. Kinoey and have attached a tx-- THE 60FFEY HOUSE STANKOKD, KY., PETER HAMPTON, FirstCl&3S Bar asd Pool Eooci. Have repaired and trelirnlshrd sm belter than ve Ihe Hotel and - Prepared to Accommodate the Public. I JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now la m charge and 1 intend to coaduct it m as to ..1 only maintain its high reputation, but to add I. Its Von j list ol friends. !pc,a .ccommods. Mas for commercial travelers and hoe looms fur thedlsploy of samples. sAIFirst-Clas- sai-je- cl f.pecil attentionjto Commetcial Men I' W CIIEKN. Proprietor. JOK CARSON, Manager vvheude-rangeineB- T. NEWLAND, s - -- J. 11. 13AUGHMAN, K1REANU STORM Saloon Jellico Aad IIILLIAKD and I'OOL ROOMS attached jMI JOSKI-I- I COI'I'KV dee-ies- y T. J. HATCHER INSURANCE AGENT' Represeatmi . Falls Branch Coal Co.. lm-ocrai- c e MILLINERY. Companies. I would I u. be pleased lu wait o i my tneade in Ihls Un. ... liluiiii'.ij ....- - Vi.iintuie azainst tare ...I. ......I lull wind storms at,d lightning Lightning claw dcs, eiatuchflwitVut additoaal charge Otfice at Kirst Natntial llnk, htaafori:. AU of which are fust-clas- Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, ICnjj.; Pennsylvania Fire. Philadelphia; Ins. Co. oi North America. s ....------ Misers and skipfwis otlhc GLNUINB Original Jellico Coal. Olfke roadcrossmg 6 Hew Tr Tit We are the icrutr sole agents tor Manford 'and ol 1M1 street and rail- - HIGGINS A WATTS The People of Stanford AND LINCOLN COUNTV k-I- I 1 Thanking ou tor your liberal patronage fur Ice last SMison, I respr tluily irurst us conuauanc. 1 MvmoihH.Mrs. Kato Iu I lerar. has just re - ilurlsig the ,m,tig mwwu lixleed capect all lu Ihe turned trom Ihe noes with an elegant line of mli- ue linciy, embracing ITew slillinory. ALL OF THE NOVELTIES Of the seai-Mi. MANUFACTUREO for thi-- ICE, ) ;,", n J. :-- m wn Pro'r., Ol which she will have lull contrs.1 bhe aU) cngagisl a Dress-Maker. Firt-Clas- s pn-seu- f f CaUalid e .amine say stock ol Milliaeiy bel&re ilie. buying and lease your order for otir same. 'lhaiikitigyou for past fasois v. e solis.it MARY DAMS DUDDKRAR THOMAS LAGLR. J inslitulloii huudj, ihvtKlcally purs-- , maie trout spring water, which Is hrst distilled and then carefully filtpred brfiire being frwaeii '1 bird, A r initial Ice v.ll last much longer than ud he Koimh, an epidemic of clioleia is looked Inr dining thu tear and nothing is so apt to piodtuc or sptead this disease a. impute water or Ice. fifth, It willbtf, leasuss rtrst It Is ma lp by a home Ihe lie is absolutely ansf JAMLSVKAl.tR Delivered Rcgularlyand Punctu-al- l t your Doors Ksery morning at the lo!!oiug Prices' pounds or oser 40c per hundred For 50 pounds to too 4jc per hundred For to tu v (uunds 50c per hundred No less thin 10 poundsldcliveied. .(, PHOTOGRAPHS first-cla- YEAGER & YEAGER, LIVERY, FEED AND 5AIE for 100 IUBU, liera Houss Sep-temU-- r, up-o- u s.iw-rate- s STANFOUD, t-- 10 K. Illl KM Kit d, 1 r.-er- We are In our new stable in ihe Ulock and ate vs ell supplied v Ith 11 Tlio Peoos Valloy. atu-ndt-- NEW EIOS AND HORSES Have urnout ..... .n purcnaseti anu iiasunig will leave the stable, . s S. ... i ......J!... Give tlicm a Call. CRAB ORCHARD 3 Q ft 4 S ? t IT. BANK y&A THE JEWELER. STANFORD, SPRINGS. '1 o- - ' hia lamed Summer Resort, with Us a 1 A dI ft "" bsssV Stock Most Complete Healing Waters and Restful ' Sur-ZZ- Z 1111 frouadinjs, s ls zwj'ELumrmi eWsijHHHHs .115 Is Now Open for the"; J7 Re-gccpllon- or ? ?' 3 n W -- Guests.? B V eMHs. TZ WM, - m v Health and pleasure seekers will hud this AN ADMIRABLE PLACE To recover their wonted health and enertffesand at the same tune secure quiet, home like fare at o o xn li-l- " I S $ T Reasonable Rales. Ko Ir ce of Board Irom J; to $i pereek. further inlormatton apply to GUS HOKMANN, Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Ky, has e at mv place n deen liar Mare with smalt t bind foot while, good mane and tall, Owner can get her by paying charges. K. II. CROW, 37 star mid 1 5K hands high. . .' , x&Af: ..r.s'Vft y m. lv&&Stii$BJf&