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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893081801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- V" s - it Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXI. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 18. 1893. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. NO. 49 boy Thu ground ia getting very dry and Messrs. B. F. .Rose nnd R. D. Hill h lino now the people aro praying (or more rain. havo returned from Knoxville. at his hotiHo A nice rain fall hero Monday mornHrother Wank continues to improve Jarvis Sutton jumped from a wagon ' H,u' ,n0 K'ral belief is tliat he will re- - ing. It was beginning to be needed. Friday ami broke his leu. Rev. J. S. Jones filled the pulpit ct You must all come and brinif your ' cover and be out booh The appearance docket of the circuit the Baptist church last Sunday morning. families to thu Laurel County Fair tho court foots up only about 52 civil cases, Johnnie Moore, whb had his leg ittd to 'Jotb. McCalla Fitzgerald ha i Centre College Academy. DANVILLE, KY. The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. While tho course ol instruction it espeWitli a full coute of study, hotli Engllfth and cially ad Jilted to prepare yimn men for the freshman Clii, It i intended at the same time to fura liberal English education to any who desire it In connection with the Academy, nish Cla-.4ic.- it and none of them .ire of any magni- broken some weeks ago by n mule kickA ing him, is able to be out again. visiting tude. Has been established in the Home and under the personal contiol cf the Principal, Regular Owing to the hard times business Mr. O. R. Brock, of London, was in Miits Lena Rogers. under the supervision of the i'rfhcipal and asiUtants and the restraints and government of a Christian home are combined with the best educational advantages. The following parties have te cured seems to be at a standstill. An occasion- town on legal business. Mr. M. A. For further particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc , address license to marry during the mouth o' al drummer invades the town, but as a Moore went to Louisville Saturday. JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. The Baptists are having quite u reAugust. Frank Overbay and Klizabeth a general thing they do not appear to be ligious revival at the Briar Creek church, Harnett; Win. Burns and Amanda Cath-er- s; disposed to linger. Mr. VanSickle, of New Jersey, one mile south of town. Revs. Ingram Upmo and Klira FaUer, SamHenry uel Oakloy and S. K. H. Doughty, Geo. thought that a Bible was as safe as a and Stanfil! are doing the preaching. On Wednesday eveniiig of last wetk W. Blovtus and Alice Loyd, G. W. bunk and hid $1,500 between thu leaves of his old family Bible. A thief entered a party of friends gave Mies Carrie MyCrawford and Khoda Wilson. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Mi-wiiiHH-d HARVEY HELM. child of Sam the house and took 300'a worth of jew- ers a call and spent a very pleat-an- t The Fifteen departments of study. Healthful location Ir Three Colleges; Three Gymnasium U allies, grounds. Moderate expenses his youngest, died Monday elry, but never once thought of opening evening. Among those present was Dr. Noticing the nomination of our next the heart otitic Blue Crass Region. G33 from thirtyand Athleticcountries. For full iuformatioc ICO to fJW. Attendance last session Mate and J. A. Anion, of Rowland. night. Also the infant of W. F. Kumar, the Bible. representative the Richmond Register md catalogue apply to , IS. ULAXTOX, D. V Chancellor, Richmond, Kentucky. Mr. George W. Stephens, of Stanford, Tho railroads, instead of reducing of Altatuont, illed Sunday night. Matt says: gave us a call last week. Mrs. J. S. MorKlliott, sou of Jease V. Kliiott, living rates to unicago, ami giving encourageHarvey Helm will beoneof the young-oi- t near Lilly, departed this life Friday. ment to the people to visit tho Imposi- ris, of Beattyville, is visiting our town. members in the next General AssemThen have been more deaths in this tion, have raised them again. The poor Prof. Mtiford White is iu Somerset in the bly, being only about 27 years of age, county in tho past two months than ov- of the country are practically excluded interest of tho Williamsburg Institute. but it is certain that he will reflect credJ. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. er known before in thu Mine length of from the Fair, as very few can afford to Mr. Elbert Smith, of Jellico, was down it upon his county and upon himself. call on somecf his friends here Sunincur the expense incident to the trip. to time. He graduated at Central University Tho run that resulted in the suspen- day. 1893. W. U. Catching anil family are home with the class of 1SS7, ranking with the Last Saturday evening ns a man by again from Chicago and Washington sion of the Madison Square National leaders of his class, taking the medal for Full corps of Conservatory and Normsl School teachers, superior courses in Literature, Music and City. Senator Kd Parker is back from Bank of New York is said to hiwe been the name of Taylor, a coal miner, und a the best average in Greek. It was be An. Eicellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. boy were fooling with an old pistol that his extensive mail letting and will caused by a man who had $.'5,000 on who originated the idea of having the and who saw one of the chief clerka Taylor said was not loaded, it went oil, weigh 75 pounds more then when he Oratorical AssociState left. Warren Scoville baa returned from of the bank in a pool room betting on striking him iu the forehead, but owing ation and was the first president of that a two weeka' visit to Madison county. the races. This caused him to withdraw to the hardness thereof failed to pene- organization. He is a member of the trate and the next morning ho was able Sigma Nu Fraternity and represented Mr. John Pitman, of Stanford, was litre his deposit and started the panic. It is a matter of no wonder that tho to be out, a wiser man, with a slight the chapter here at tho Convention at marriage of his sister, Miss to attend thu FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. wound over Birmingham, Ala., in 1SS7. V. S. has lost its ca.se in the Behring headache and a three-inc- h Nellie Pitman, at Pittsburgh. Sea controversy, after the two weeks the right eye. A SCHOOL AND HOME FOR GIRLS. At a meeting of the Democratic Monday evening your correspondHUBBLE. County Committee it waa decided that speech of her attorney. The commisGood 1'aculty ; superior advantages; a beautiful and healthful location. Special course and special inducements offered to those who desire to make teachers. Our aim is to make our pupils thorough a convention to nominate a democratic sioners, however, have expressed them- - ent, in company with several other Mrs. Elzy Miller has returned to her The College has been recently refited, and a College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, repre- - selves as iMtistled with the decision and young people, called on Mrs. J. C. Bate-hacandidate for the Legislature to &c.have been added. M. Q. THOMSON, Principal. who has onu of the finest collec- home in Rochester, 111. eent Laurel and Itockciatle counties be are ready to bo kicked individually and Wheat threshing is soing on notof curiosities from various parts of called for Mondav. September 11. ISM., collectively by the British commission- - tions the world that can be found outside of withstanding the low prices it brings. and all democrats are requested to be at era beforo leaving for their homes. I am glad to note that I saw the I. The statement has been made that the large cities. She has traveled a great iu London at I r. (. on the court-hou- s J. in many homes in the mountains on Pearl, Chairman the probabilities are that Mr. Horn- - deal as a missionary, visiting almost all that dav. John my trip. Democratic Committee, W. J. Litton,! blower will bo nominated to fill tho va of the principal islands of both the At'Squire George P. Bright telia ua he In Square or round top, zinc or canvas; well as the cancy on the bench of the supreme lantic and Pacific oceans as Secretary. continents and has gathered her speci- is a candidate for county judge and we On Thursday, ltfth, Miss Nellie K. court. It is important that the senate mens during her travels, giving to each are sll ready to halloo: "Hurrah for tho Pitman was married to Uev. G. I). My- should know whether he is a good and thu kind of horn he blows, onu a personal history which she enjovs 'Squire!" den, at Pittsburg, Uev. J. Lapsley Mrs. Sam Engleman and eon Eph of Danville, olliciatim:. The cere- before he is continued. Representative relating. Andhavo moved to Jim Engleman's farm. mony wua performed in the church in Conn, of F.lkhart, I ml., the maker of MIDDlEBURG. Jim Engleman tells us ho has .bought a tho presence of at least 500 people. The horns, ought to provide the new justice Kev. Kdgar Fogle will preach at farm in Madison aud wants to sell his a horn of his make and caution him pulpit was decorated with (.lowers and with farm here. Grove thu Itti .Sunday afternoou Bt the bride and groom stood beneath a against blowing his own horn. was Sawmy Bourne's daughter o'clock. A careful observer has made a calIn canvas, rubber or leather. huge boll of flowers. Four little girls thrown from an upset carriage Tuesday Mon-daJanie Wash Institute opened of them when culation and siyatbut the ratio between strewed rotes in front We did not learn the number of oveningand broke her arm. Dr. Herrin they entered the church and tho cere- Congressional talk and Congressional acpupils in attendance at opening Mies was sent for and the young lady is doing l.'i to There is one mony waH thu most beautiful I ever tion is just about Lapaloy has charge of the pri- very well at this time. heard. After the mainage refreshments thing, however, tho House has scted on Huierine Some days ago B. W. Givens and were served to tho immediate friends promptly, in making provision for the mary department. others were seining iu Jim Engleman's I). G. Klliott Bold his property oppoby Mrs. Robert McNeil. Thu ovenlug payment of the mileage of its members. pond when they drew out an old water delightful one to all who were The California membeis get tho neat site the Baptist church to J. O. Coulter cooler with a lamb's hide and entrails in was a taking ?.'00 worth of stock for ll.'-'Olittle sum of SI.oOO each, which is more fortunate enough to be present. than they would sell for if theylwereput as part pay. The property ia tho most it, which had been sunk by tying a large up to the highest bidder. If a course desirable in town aud .Mr. Coulter has a rock to the cooler. I can not answer the BRODHEAD. next question. "Who stole the lamb"" estimate could be ninde of the value of bargain in it. Tho Brodheud Roller Mills has re their M'rviceS, it would probably not exHave just spent a week very pleasof the Teachers' Tho day earned business with a new outfit. antly iu tho mountains of Russell, Casey 15. Wash ceed i lustitute will bo held at Janie Tho Brodhead Brass Band played During an Odd Fellows celebration and the night session at the Bap- and Pulaski counties at my old homo at Mt. Ver in Camilla a few days ago the coat of tist church. Several distinguished edu- and neighborhood. I am glad to say I for tho Pino Hill picnic-amnon for tho Ladies' C. A. Society. arms of the United Mates was removed cators are expected to be present , and found the people enjoying life and surBrother Pike preached the funeral from the door of the U S. Consul and up deliver lectures. rounded with splendid crops of allkiuds. of Old Father, Daniel and little iTommie to this time iias not been found, and l'.ll. Taylor, Dr. W. i. Lowdor and More hay has been put lip thero this Boner at the Baptist church last Sun- they have not been able to ascertain the J. O. I.av, candidates for thu office of Beason than in five years. Thoy have day. guilty party. It is suppoted to havo Superintendent of Public Schools, have had all the rain necessary to produce There was ulruuken crowd in Brod- been done by some blarsted Britisher been examined and received oertitkates tine crops. They have all the fine fruit heud Saturday attundim: tho republican and they can enjoy, with a good prospect for, is a just cause for war. Without a of iiualitication. Taylor and Liy aro primary and some ol them were pretty coat of arms, how is the Consul to be an abundance of mast for hogs. Tho and Dr. l.owder is a democrat boisterous. chestnutcrop is very promising at pres-ouable to transact tho duties of his othce'" of the "true blue" type Wm. 11. Colyer and Mies Bob L. By all means, an apology With all this around them no mut If those who attend thu institute be deshould Yakeyareon the sick list this week. manded and tho coat restore to tho here next week fail to havo a eood tuuu ter ot nam times is tiearu except among Mr. J ti. Frith, of our town, has been (runt door of the Consul nnd if this is it 5H not bo tho fault of the people a lot of mill hands who aro out of emappointed storekeeper and ganger for not done, turn loose the nig navy and hero. Kvery preparation is being made ployment by the shutting down of all this county. kick up thunder generally. to lender thestay of tho teachers and mills. Tho timber is rapidly disappearTho writer was at Livingston last The speeches of the members of the visitors pleus.uit nnd mike tho institute ing and at a very low price. There are ATMonday and was informed by some of Houseoi Representatives are delivered interesting. We predict ono of tho most 100 or more teams hauling from Short . the otlicers of tho election that they i l.: .il.. .m .1 njuMHer, ..i .i .i uiu uiosi ui me mem successful meetings of tho kind over Creek, Adair county, and along tho pike ciiiruv could not hold their election. They hers absenting themselves from the held in tho county. We tuko tho liber to Yosoiuite, to be shipped from that said that a part of the crowd was so House and seemingly taking but little ty to extend an invitation to Supt. W. F. point. Stock in that county sells slow drunk nnd acted so badly that they interest in me ueoato on the silver qiies McClarv to be present. aud low, but tho majority of thu people could not take the vote between the tion. At tho expiration of tin aro out of debt and have learned long days candidates ami tho result was they had fixed for the discussion, the tug of war INEMORIAM. since to do without what they can not to disband withput knowing who the will como when tho repesentativesof tho get, and thus thoy aro notjforced to sacof Cyclone Lodge At a regular meeting republicans of tho district wished to people will be compelled to taku their rifice their property on slaughter sale or No. ;W10, Knights of Honor, held at vote for at tho coming election. and show their hands. Much time Howland, Ky., Aug. Uh, lSD.i, the fol- be heard singing hard times. Beforo I .FOR, seats John A. Mulllns, who hud been In and money might be saved by allowing reached homo I was informed that my lowing resolutions were adopted: Pine Hill, was on his way home to Liv- each member to have his speech primstore had been robbed, but the pleasantWhereas Bro. I). II Lauahan baa been ingston, when he met somoj three or ed without delivery and proceed at once of a good trip to tho old homo help Lodge, over ness called to join tho Supreme four of tho crowd who had been to thu to vote ed me to bear it well. When I arrived I Red tape, however, and inDictator of the Universe proposed election and they were drink- flexible rules require certain definite which tho was glad to rind it was no worse than a be it ing. When Mullins met them ho had modes of procedure, although in thu rules, few goods gone. My good wife and litKksoia kd That wo havJ lost a worhis wife ami children with him in a mean time tho country may go to the tle girl were O. K., but for far it may be thy and consistent member in whom the spring wagon. They commenced cuts-inwho is said to preside over Hali- confidence of tho lodge waa freely worse when I leave again, I will give any Mullins and a man named Woods, fax. ono $23 who will tind tho party who took placed. who was also in Mullins wagon, which the goods. I mean what I say. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. J. That the community has lost a citisoon resulted in a dilliculty. Mullins of superior worth and a neighbor Miss Leunie Graves, of Cambridge zen waa stabbed three times in the loft side Tho late W. R. Golf, of Shelbyvil'e, that cannot bo replaced. andoncoin the leg. WooiIb was hit quarreled with her lover, poor tiling, bereaved fa- who fell and killed himself Inst week, 3. That wo extend to tho with a rock on tho neck. Two of tho and then wont aud spoiled her looks by ther, mother, brothers and sisters our uirried an insurance of $173,000 on his and banning herself. men on tho other side were Jacob in this hour of be- life. Judge W. E. Varnon bottud togeth- sincere condolence Allen Jones. One of themj.waa knockMrs. Kay Young, who claimed reavement. ed down with a pistol in the hands of er as tightly as the law could make them Frankfort as her home and who cut a Orders for Hread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended 4. That wo endeavor to emulate his to. AdMullins and also with a rock thrown by the hearto and destinies of Win. II. R. ZIMMKR, Stanford, Ky. course in life and prepare to meet him swell in Lexington and waa belle at sev- dress. Woods. Mullins was at tlrst thought to Wado and Miss Fannie McAnninch, on eral big balls, has turned out not to be in tho Lodge which shall never adjourn. wealthy widow she claimed, but on be fatally wounded, but it now appears the 15th. They aro from tho Mt. Salem 5. That these resolutions be published the that he will bo up and nil right in a day neighborhood and tho bride is a very in the Interioh Jouhnal and a copy bo tho contrary a lit subject for Mollie older. house of whore she is now or two. 1 understand that Mr. G. L. pretty to tho family. Tho youngest couple that over got delivered Cook, a good, honest republican, paid located. D. A. Twaddlk, ') AT7STXXT, Tat Mohan, who represents the Committee. that if such conduct nsthoy hnd was ro license hero were granted a permit to J. A. Amon, Thoy aro Thomas M. D. Huohks, J whisky house of Applegato & Sons, publicanism, that ho had about as much marry yesterday. Office and stock roqm cor. Main and Somerset st. ; wareroom, paint Louisville, shot and killed Kobert of it as he wished. We are glnd to Houpe, aged 17, and Miss Mary Rogers, and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. At Los Angeles. Cal., Ohas Kinkead found out that barely H. Thoit parents ought to have a prominent citizen of Xownan, know that Mr. Cook has not responsible for all switched them and put them to bed in was badly beaten by Andrew Darling-hou- se Ga., in Atlanta. Mehan claims that o the democrats are because he asked him "is it hot made lovo to his wife. A' letter tho meanness and drunkenness that separate rooms, instead of allowing them to take such a momentous step at so ten- enough for you?" This is printed for was found on McHrido's person admithappen in tho land. tho benefit of other people who aro con- ting that ho loved tho woman, but de- A specialty. 23f?Sign Work, artistic and plain. We guarantee der an age. not only provides its tinually hurliug thia musty conundrum claring that thero were mitigating work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. Louisville Mre. Nancy Bunion, aged U7, died at at tho headB of unoffending acquaintanschool-housand children with free CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky at Harrodsburg. ces. Georgetown Times. books. free teachers, but with free -- Mies Mary llroughton, brunette from Il.irbourville, a beautiful ia Home Boarding and Training Department study-hour- s CENTRAL university Training-Schools- . two-year-ol- d Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September tli de-po- it Inter-Collegiat- e ClrJlBISTIAN COULEGE, Sustoa.Trill, Zy. l horn-blow- er Mc-Ke- e, VAJLISIB -- 11 TMILESC iPEIs H. J. McROBERTS. 1 O, Elegant New Stock of te i t. Rugs, Carpets, Mattings -- -- 1 1 Severance & Son Candies, Lunches.Fryits, &c, 1 Fancy Grocsnos,BrsaiCa!:es,Pies g CALLONR.ZIMMER THE BAKER. A Good Meal for 25 Cts. Ir-wi- lS-ye- ar e NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL di Fro'rs. Mc-Brid- e, Mc-Crid- House Painting and Paper Hanging r es ,. a-v . .- - rT" r T ' fKft - .Tfi, fFJ IP 'I l'' K h I e II r . I- - I A IP I, Near Topekn, Kansas, the Canadian TnK U. S. Seuators seetu desirous of doing everyth'ini; hut the right thins, i River flooded and as a result H persona Instead of getting down to work and re were drowned. pealing the Sherman law, they are dodg Three men wero killed by a freight Stanford, Ky., Augi'st 18, 1893 ing tho issue nnd proposing all kinds of train on tho C. & O. breaking in two makeshifts. For instance, Senator Gor- near Huntington. don has introduced a bill to suspend for Francis Milligan, the McCrackeu P. WALTON. Statistics soon grow extremely monotonous, hence we give only a few W. 90 days the law imposing a 10 per cent, county wife murderer, has had his sen 'tix on the issue of State banks, for tence of death commuted to life impriswhich he makes tho claim that it will onment, owing to the doubts of his sanrelieve the fiuancial stringency in 15 ity. Col. Breckinridge has spoken him diys an J will enable the South to move crop. propositions self into great reputation, and yet he is Other its cotton equally as absurd are also made and silent when that reputation is most in That you may have some idea of the enormous Bargains we are offering. In fact, a visit to our store will DEMOCRATIC TICKET. each of the doctors seem desirous of dis- need of speech. Covington Commonagreeing with the head doctor, who wealth. For Keprwtntative, At St. Louie, William Caldwell, as knows more than several of them comHARVEY HELM. grave and reverend sistant chief of the fire department of bined. Aftec the -seignors have heard something drop in Pueblo, Col., lost his money at cards, For Superintendent of t'ublic Schools, the House, thoj may awaken to the fact got drunk and went home armed to kill that the demand of the people must be his wife. She ran from home and the And you'll sing a medley in our praise. We keep abreast with the times and realize the fact that prices McCLARY. W. complied with. scoundrel did the proper thing by blow must be in accord with the prevailing ing his own brains out. Dr. Brown, of Wesleyan Emmett Logan, who had the last time At Jonah, a small town near Georgewe saw him a big balance in a bank that College, confirms the allegation of Miss town, Texas, a mass meeting of -:did not nor will not suspend, takes this Pollard that Congressman Breckenridge of several political faiths was roseate viow of the future, which we called at the school, and representing held. Speeches criticising President commend to the careful and prayerful himself as a relative of the girl, sought Cleveland's message made were of an And we have put goods at the following low prices: All Calicoes at 5c; 3- -4 Wenched Cotton at consideration of the calamity howlers and obtained his consent to take her out incendiary character and tho meeting 7- -S Cotton at and all others proportionately low. All Summer Goods must go and that, too, very and others who think that the country is to dine. He called frequently after that wound up by burning tho president in quickly, so going to the demnition bow wows: Be and when at last the services of a doctor eiligy. hind the financial and all other clouds were necessary, he pronounced her afthe sun is shining and the shadows are fection a lung trouble in such a way as MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. not nearly so dark or lasting as the av- to leave the impression that this was not K. E. Lawrence and James Cash are erage man, in or out of business, has really the disease. A school mate also in jail charged with hog stealing. brought himself to regard them. A confirms the story. We are trying our The college will be built on a lot beFigured Lawns at worth Persian Mulls, Irish Lawns and Challics must also go with a more cheerful way of looking at things best to suspend judgment until a legal longing to Mr. C. 0. Williams on Richwhoop, if not at our price, then at yours. In Clothing, wc offer you nice, l Suits at S3, worth ,would make things assume a more cheer investigation, but well let that pass. It mond street. .1 ututi ouu iur j4, wuriu uuiiuic uic money; strictly auu at 55, wortn 9, ami ail Clothing ful look. If everybody would suddenly is now said that a brother of Miss Pol The picnic at Pine Hill last Satur at 60c, worth $1; at 75 cents conclude that money was loose, not lard is out gunning for the congressman day was largely attended, but the rain at similar distressingly low prices. A choice lot of Shoes ladies' low-cu- t worth ; in tan at Si; nice calf low-cu- t at Si, worth $2. Men's low-cu- t his tight grip on his and that he has to be guarded by two tight, and loosen at S1.25, worth $2; Men's made it somewhat disagreeable for a high Shoes from Si up. Give us a call and polite clerks and low prices will make vour visit unusuallv own, the financial stringency would dis- policeman to prevent a tragedy. while. pleasant and exceedingly profitable. appear in less time than it took to Our county is justly proud of the Thkrk are those who think, and it is come. This great corntry has not gone Brodhead Band. Its members are a handsom more than probable that they are right, to the devil in a : in their denortinent and all cab or other conveyance, nnd it is not that unless Col. Breckinridge succeeds good musicians. in fully convincing his constituents thnt going there just yet. In fact, it is near, Frank Ansley came down Irom er heaven than any other land on the he is not guilty as charged in Miss Pol- Stanford Wednesday. Master Lewis A. URHANSKY, and it is full of every good lard's indictment, his political career Jones returned to Middlesboro, his thing save that of confidence in its own will end with his present term in Con- home, Thursday. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. magnificent resources and its own glori- gress. The politicians in his district, A little son of Jack Kldridge blew -- : who have long desired to represent it, destiny. ous George Woods bought of John Hill hope so at least, and they are taking his sister's brains out yesterday with a a chair when a yoke of oxen for $70 Unless they can realize something time by the forelock and shying their pistol. She was sitting in Rki'KKkncks. W. A. Slavma-kehe leveled it at her and killed her in The rich Omnibus Stakes was wou out of the senatorial contest or pick up castors into the ring for tho succession. A. G. Huffman, J. C. McCla-ry- , at Monmouth Park by Uamapo, a tl to an "honest" penny otherwise, there Among them are Messrs. W. C. Owens, stantly. J. W. l'erin, J. W. Wallace, ball nine was chance. The Mt. Vernon base will be much more honor than money, C. J. Bronston, Ira Julian, D. h. ThornJohn Newland, J. N. Mencfec, E. nine. A I'nderwood Bros bought in tho of either, for the legisla- ton, Kvan Settle, G. 0. Lockhart and a badly defeated by the Pittsburg and very little G. Waller, Win. Kice. W. C. Ablady, defending the Mt. Vernon Ka.st Kud HI hoes, averaging lf0 pounds, tors of the future. Kentucky's new host of others. There is going to be young bey, T. . Meals, H. K. Wearcn, " cents. constitution, in its paucity of good some fun at any rate iu the Ashland dis- boys, said it was because the Laurel at W. G. Kaney. A. J. Harp. Maurice county team wore uniforms. W. K. McAfees Hustler Hukm'11 won things, makes the admirable provision trict. by n the 'J:2o clns pacing race at Versailles -Brown's hand was badly lacerated that hereafter the legislative session Ivvcry one guaranteed, Special The New York World devotes a ball. Wednesday. CO days. Figuring tip 'shall be limited to A fishing party composed of Messrs Bright Ferrill sold the GOO bushels of inducements now offered. the debits and credits the Carlisle Mer- double leaded editorial a column in George se0(i rye advertised iu this paper in lots cury finds that the total pay of a mem- length to advocate Gov.McCreary's prop- James Maret, F. L. Thompson, osition to pass a law for the president to McCoy, David Poynter. Tom Taylor and of 2" to 50 bushels at (mc. ber, including mileage' and stationery H. WEAREN & CO. Miller made a Thompson, of Garrard, bought of will be about $345 and that his board, appoint a non partisan monetary com- Hugh, Mace and John D. this week. Joseph Coil'ey a bunch of heifers at '2v region railroad fare and ordinary election ex- mission to consider the financial ques- trip to theSkagKS "eek leaving only tion from every standpoint and suggest All report a good time. Mr. McCoy and of various parties a lot of butcher thus penses will be Many good was the orator of the occasion. stutl'at IV. $145 for CO days' time, to say nothing of a solution of our troubles. reasons are advanced, but if the commisteachers' institute is now in Simon Weil, of Lexington, will ship The that 6pent in chasing the phantassion when appointed shall accomplish session. iMjoui'iU ieacnera mu in at- to England this week over ?50,000 worth magoria of a thankless and payless ofno more than the late international com- tendance and all seem to take a lively of cattle, most of thprn bought in FayI want to reduce my large stock of fice. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, mission did, it will hardly pay for its in the cause of education. The ette county at to ." cents. ami offer them at prices never so low. Call and examine the stock. The Sinking Fund Commissioners salt. irmtrnr-tninterest of all Samuel H. Payne has bought of It. keens alive the have at last got a move on them. By a in attendance and the superintendent V. Alford his farm of 15o acres, near Ladies' watches former price $50 now 00; D. G. Edwards, who has served the unanimous vote, and, by the way, the Payne's depot at ;'10 per acre. Last presides in his usual graceful manner. Ladies' watches former price 535 now 3:7.00; unanimity they have Q. k C. so faithfully and made so many first instance of Wed winter Mr. Alford was offered fllO for The debate at the Ladies' watches former price $2$ now $ 17.50. ever shown, they decided to place a friends for the road as Keneral passenger nesday evening was a feature of the in- tha place. Georgetown Times. agent, has resigned to take the same po stitute. Subject, Education vs. Kiehes. chair plant in the Frankfort Penitentia At Versailles, yesterday, in the Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the ry and thus give employment to 500 sition with theC, 11. & D., Mr. K. 0. Messrs. Jones, Davis and J. W. Proctor 1500 Make for saddle stallions, Monte : or 000 idle convicts whose brains are McCormack, the excellent general pas were the judges. They decided in favor Christo won first, Eagle Bird, second, : now the devil's workshops. It is hoped senger agent of that road, having resign- nf fhM niiirmntive. Messrs. Owen, Will- - Monte Christo, Jr , third, Gay Bros'. that no time will be lost to put the de- ed to become passenger trallie manager len, Bethurum, Brown and Talbott were Highland Denmark, fourth. Mr. E. P. This sale will be made for CASH. Hring the money along with you. cision into operation. The commiF&ion-er- of the Big Four. It has not been given the speakers. Woods'. Ertgle Bird is rapidly climbing ' also elected a successor to Prison out who will take Mr. Edwards' place. The lawn fete Tuesday evening was and will make it hot for the horse that gets first money at Lexington. Clerk Corbett, chosing G. H. Stone, of a success. A large crowd did full justice NEWSY NOTES. II. H. KINfi. OrSpencer, who was a member of the r.l'OKRK II. I'KKWITT. to the occasion. Tho Hrodhead Band Brigade and of course a good phans' dispensed its sweetest music. The LaFrank Carr shot and killed James man. Taylor near the Four Seasons Hotel and dies Aid Society deserve the thanks of A nulli.lsLColTWKMV ACKKS. with Cot the community for such a treat for so Ukc llotikc of five rooiut. All oiitbullilini; Senatok Voohueks' bill to authorize escaped to the mountains. ami in (kx1 repair Young orchard with MORELAND, KY., National bank notes in circulation little expense. After the fete about 40 mll (rult of all k!nJ a', milei from Danville National banks to issue cotes up to the e We have opened up a nice line ol Ihf face value of the bonds held by them as now aggregate $1 89,000,000, an increase couples spent the remainder of the and onr mile from Junction City on SlIU'MAN. MRS SAI.l.lK pike. evening at Mrs. Nesbitt's home in pleas Cltjr, Hoyle Co , Ky security, is approved both by the Senate of over five millions since Aug. 1. """ ant social converse. Denver ministers suggest a national Finance Committee and by Secretary .STANFORD . Jack Owens, who some time since Carlisle, whose opinion was asked in the fast and prayer day as a measure of relost a leg while breaking on a freight FSED AND SALE STABLE, premises. It would put si'J.uuu.uuu into lief from the financial stringeney. Wc paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get Voorhees' bill to extend the bonded train in this county anil to whom was circulation and help to relieve the strinHardware was bought in car load lots, paid f 700 and an artificial leg as a com- At John Manefce'i nw trick on Depot, Mud, b. the most for the least money. gency that much. We believe it wps a priod six months comes too late for the which enables us to make very low prices. Salt 7 bu. Si. 50. promise by the railroad company. Iipb woman who remarked on one occasion Kentucky distillers. Tbey have ponyed W. RAMSEY, Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you brought a Miit at Lebanon for $!W after a certain performance, that "every up their Who will atall time lie glaii to accommodate all money. Mrs. S. J. Trabue was killed in a against the company for breaking his with good rigs at reavonalile days ofscarcity little helps" and in these rain. My 'Him will yWe arc opening up a splendid line of Millinery. jS of money the animus of her example runaway at Frankfort and her daughter, now leg. It appears that while Owens meet all K. C. train, some box cars at LebWc have 11 yearling Southdown liucks and 18 Buck Lambs, all ought to be emulated. i'uaa Alice, injured, ine norse was was climbing over anon he fell with above result. thoroughbred, for sale. thought to be gentle. The Louisville Times is moved to reProf. Elliott, of Lancaster, is here Mrs. Charlotte Morris, widow of the ETOTG .Misses Mary mark that Stevenson is a good man, but late Dr. Robert Morris, the distinguished conducting the institute. is about his size. To Mason, poet, traveler the and lecturer, died Morrison, Sallie and Lida Cook and HORSE AND BUGGY STOLEN. a more careful observer it seems several ' hi i.aurange, ageu it). Berda Martin are the guesta of MrF. IIAV HOKSI tin lite night of July u, 'lit, sizes larger than his size. Whether Mr. the stable The Karamania, which brought chol Rosalind Nesbitt. Misses Eliza Stewart wis atoleti from hucirv of J of jamei I. lUilcy and S. llockur. 'Ihehorte Mulled to the IS OVER THE Watterson saidjit or not the interviewer era to the port of New York this Braniiuman, of Wildie, aro it a dark bay, almost brown, ubout 16 hand hlijh, Beason, and Fannie eye it out though hardly perceptible; hat expressed it exactly wnen he printed as has been released from quarantine Mrs. Cleo Brown. Mrs. rifht had scratchei anil hair U off the hind loot, under and the guests of coming from him that the accession of allowed to go to her dock. George Ccok and Mrs. Gabe Lair, of fetlocka; he it ' or 7 old; in drinking he lapt water like a ilor Th running near of the Stevenson to the presidency would he in By a partial burning of the Senate Livingston visited Mrs. Angie Clark, biugv i painted amoke olor, with with black all of the nature of a public calamity. Let us Hotel at Chicago, seven persons were last week. Miss Fannie McFerran, of ttripesor trimming,the bed it exceptarethetuigle-tree- , whirhit black, and tup black and all kneel down and pray that Grover's either roasted to death or killed by Pine Hill, is visiting friends here. Miss mere ia piace aoout two inclit-- t tquare cutout of the dash 011 the inside the hind axle life may be spared four more years at leaping from Maggie Spradlin is the guest of Mrs. J. left hind wheel has been welded and the paint at the windows. E&fgV f nhoiched and entirely least K. McClary. Chief Wilson, of the that point on the wood inleft hind At a colored camp meeting near burned olf the Iron ; the wheel fiat guest of Mr. cracked tpokci The taddle of the li.une two of Labor, was tho hat The Louisville Post is letting some of Hopkinsville, n row; was raised and the Knights Him mounting!; thu hip strap has been lueuced wnrre jom me nreecning colored brethren began to shoot. One It. L.Stark last week. its very best men go. Charlie F. Price, Th Juki for Elder James Hiatt peacefully closed return fullo Iiik reward it offered, of buggy and hnr'c and conviction of thief, late city editor, and John A. Bainl, one was killed, another fatally wounded and eyes in death Aug. 10, at the home or'$25 for return of horte $ac fur return of buggy, his of the be6t andimost reliable reporters in two seriously shot. or $50 for conviction 0 thief. All of there prop Two passenger coaches and a sleeper of his daughter, Mrs Angle Clark, in Kitiont will be left open for four months Irom July country of anything from n chicken the was a native ta, 189, which time tne reward will be withdrawn fight to a legislative Heesion, have re- of an Atlantic and Danville passenger this place. The deceased JAMKS I' IIAILXY, T Jl aZttm tJ X4fc4lX fit) years of ago at was J &. ttUUHKK, signed to take places with tiie Times, train went through a trestle near Milton, of this county and Stanford, Ky. 31 Va. Seven persous were killed and the time of his death. He was a faithwhich gains by its contemporary'6 lo-of the Christian church and ful member four were injured. FROM EXECUTOR'S SALE. LOUISVILLE OR CINCINNATI. Frank D. Jackson, of Des Moines, has done a noble work in the cause Human nature is ttie same, whether which he espoused many years ago. All l.xccutor of John M. McKobertt, Sr , will the human be American, Frenchman or was nominated Tuesday for governor by feel tell at pu' lie aiKtiunon the prtmi.ti on DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE that a good friend and an honeBt Hottentot. There are 5151 seats in the the Iowa republicans. The convention INClUOttl called away and such Saturday, August 2Gth, 1893, has been Pullman Vestibule Sleeping and Buffet Parlor Car French Chamber of Deputies to be filled sought to evade responsibility on the citizen needed in this pelfish world, a p. in., Ileginning at men are next week and there are over 2,000 can- prohibition question. Only Route Through the Indiana L,otts, Secretary Gresham and other mem- - but we must bow to tho will of an all didates; almost as manv as there aro for t j lfk) tt tiiu i.nLiIsw.4 nro earn to uavo ex- wiao God and say, "Thy will, Oh Lord, They will oe olf red firtt separately and then at tin Natural Gas Belt. uc,D ui auiu':i jailer in this county. .1 whole, th bid being accepted which will bring not mine he done. pressed themselves in a manner indicatTHROUGH TICKETS the mott money. At the tame time and place, I TMttC llhtS AKO THtlH CONNICTrONt ItCVUfl Cot.. Hanks, who wants to represent ing their dissatisfaction with the AT THE raiNCIMl tlCntT s valued at ? 10,000, tho will tell the personalty, consisting of Officii OP MutiUla IV, SOUTHtRM ftAllAAVI. of the Btdiring Sea Tribunal. Legislature, had Anderson county in the property of Congressman Sibley, one of Furniture, Buggy, Garden Tools, For trtciAi iNronvATion in iugako to bath ami CttlRCD CCTAIll CONCtRSINa THIS to declare himself for Gov. McCreary for The suspension of business is caus- the most famous Jersey cowa iu the l!irmlng Implement', Set ol Carpeufer't 'loots. SERVICE, fltAtt APPIV IX MRSON OH br UTTtR on the Senate before the people would con ing great suffering in many localities. world, dieil at Franklin, Pa, of milk fe- , Cider Mill, 75 feet of Hose, Ac UtlChAM TOIITHLROr THE f CUOAII.QI Termt: On realty; balance in R. H. UCCT, fcmuVrn IWr sider his claims. Our excollent Con- - The.coal miners at Colhurn. Vn I a . re ver. Sho jjavu in one year- - over 1(5,000 rtand ta months, with interest. cash, personal!), int. . JiSHVHir. im On "O.R.IHOMrSOX,S.E.riurl(feDl, UIISCTOJ IT as gressman is nearly as ported to be in a starving condition, be- pounds of milk, which yielded 030 $io and under, cash; over that amount ui 60 days, U MIM0. &m Wm UmniuE iccured and with interest. . MOUX0OW. Huuii.! ing driven to theft by their wants. cates all over his district. 1ml W. H. IllGOINh, Executor. V't 4 poiindHOl butter. vV Ccr. ftarta ni Tim Su ClSCISUTi, c5emi-Weekly InteriorJouknal Prices Tell The Tale 6 OR. 8 PAGES. STARTLINGFIGURES F. By half-woo- UNPRECEDENTED jc, - PANIC ! .tc; Don't Let Sueh a Good Thin Pass 4c, 7;c. v, aii-woSi-50- gen-tlpmnn- lv hand-baske- t, I THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Proprietor. 1 foot-otoo- l, VAPOR STOVES. r, I 1 visdfc ( W. , Great Clearance Sale. .o in-ter- 1 r court-hous- e SAME SWEEPING -- REDUCTION. a A., tt. iFiEiisrisr'sr. Goods, For Sale Privately. Mutton-villShi-lb- y nee--.v- ry KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress 47-i- ll Dry Clothing Ii'3, J. duuis, onoes, nais, groceries, Hardware, Pro'r., $100 RJBWARD. .1 PEBWITT. y The World's Fair Route from (he I Soul yt-a- rt Pennsylvania short lines Tr--- tnt-near- l wgy 11 t. ,11 s. mm 4r mmmm L - - I Two Houses and ft . J -- VIA CAN DC find-iug- AMY FIRST-CLAS- S ,,,..... one-thir- - - &&0 ":' 'jsVi t P.i-- r " 9. --t- -- ii ,C 'VftUttV ..;., h'- - , -- i , r ' - . - .' ?'-- ,' al . ' iu j X- - XtMriL, &." ., J , -- t;?- "W m ry-- Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal STYLES IN ENGLAND. Ky.,- STAKroRD, August 18, 1893 WHAT FAIR BRITON GIRLS WEAR AT THE SHORE. All lleautlful wild Imbued U'lth tlic Spirit of Albion Cotton Frfirka,KtPiilriB Wrap, TI10 licit Toiml Trtllor Mailn fSiiun let n Srrii it the I'roiiiimiiiln. (Cupyrlitbt, laid, by American Press ArsocU c W. P. WALTON, THE : WORLD'S : FAIR, HAILWAVS. Hon. Uouta, widely known The Queen & Creicent I tun hero nt Southend, England, South, in th the road running th. "Fineit Train, ShcenicKH nt tho mouth of onio-!iteverybody fiom the Suuih U In the field to carr No firt of the tlio Thames. It lies about eix miles from at Cblco. to th. World' by tin great Shoobnryness, whero the great pchool of Southern country I left uucaied for and it connectloni. The Through Cr gunnery is und whero ull tho new railway wonder-lin JiottvyordimnconrotestiHl. Sytem t ao admlrlt epolH of the From Thero aro ulitTn nt Southend at tho upcapability of American r.ilruadlnf New Orleant Through Sleeu. Ct run dily, per part and cpiitu a Nourishing village, morning and ev.nlng. rrinK it. pa.nKr. by with itfl "High Btreet" nnd big hotels, Cincinnati or Loulivllle. a they my wlect.auoth-e- r nnd nil along tho cliffs aro pretty cotFrom Shr.veport, Vlck.burg and Jackwu and tages "villas," they cftll them and ThrouKh Sleeping Car Line come, to Join thero is probably tho longest wharf thero part ol the magnificent Nwlibulod in beeom. tho world, as tho bench is so flut. which, pa..lng through Through Train., slotio gradually ut 0110 end to and the f.mou. Will. Valley of Alabama. Tho cliffs tho hard, white Ixmrh. joined at Chattanooga by the train from It It is but ono season siuco "all London" Ha., llrun.wlck and Atlanta, laf, over north over nwoke to tho beauty of Southend as n the K. T. .V. A G H'y, and proceed, through the Bummer resort, and it had tho added adth beautiful CinclnnaU Southern, gr.ndttt natural .centry amd noil attractivewhere vantage of Wing rather moro cxclusiro country lu the world, to O.kd.le, received, than Hath or Brighton or any ono of the another magnificent I'ullman Car i. Knglish resorts, nnd this season tho & Danville ay.t.m coming from, the K.chmond Columbia, N C.. hotels and "willas"aru crowded with tho (rom Charleaton, S. C . through best English society. the'beauUful French ll.oad country, and Aihvill. ShoeburynesB Iwing po near, thero Is Tenn C.and Kno.ville, element. made .0 a. to allord lb. always a brillinnt military The time to Chicago I. from the Tho drives around aro of tho most beaumoet coov.ol.nt hour, for departure, tiful. Chelmsford is but a fow miles principal cttie. and arrival, in Chicago. IWnger. can purcha.e ticket, good over on. nwny. Leigh, tho quaint fishing vt lingo via another whero herrings nre thick and children line n.tth of th. river, and returning they de.lr. a variable route without e.tia abundant, is but threo miles distant, If returning Or they canjgo vial lociuna.i. AND AMERICAN I'lr ul limn-Ingha- m Jack-lonlll- e. al vial.oul.ville,orviceTrra. reduced rate.. Hound trip t.ck.t. on MU at' t on Agent, of th. fhicaca "ne forvi.it- ! l.e-juea- Chin. accommodation, n looking up room, or .ll or. to the Fair. Evuythinf that an aloo.t perfect .y.t.mc.o o the der. the pral. and patronage of th. Any trav.Ung public h. been provided. d.,, to Co.att. CUcinn.tl.O. wilt cheer-full- y of the compa.le. n.m.d below ..... tance. and all ponibl information O.rr.tt, Ne- - Orte.n., U. I. Hardy, R.II. lllrmlngh.m, Vick.bum.Mi... J K. McGregor, . u. , Ala K. T. Charlton, latlanootf lenn. junction C,t,.:Ky. or D. 0. Kdw.rd., ge ir YOU ARE GOING NORTH o THB- WEST, - Louiavuit I. 4 NaaMvitit R. H. th line for you, a. it Double Dally Trains Make cloi connection at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all point. "OTclSISliYlilitDlllBOUOH KoranyinformMionreof q. W.W. I'ENN.Trav r Stanford, Ky Atrent, Junction C ty, Ky H.&-- W NorfolkiWeslernflR Schedule June 4, 1S9) ' LF.AVK NOHION DAII.V 1106 ft in lor Graham, llluefield, l"ocahontat an I all tation Flat IVu and I'oijhouU Oivn'"S'-O- P m , or llluefield, Kadtord, Roanoke t vnchburc. Richmond and Norlolk. Car from llluefield to Norlolk and Radford; alio from I ynchbure to KUtimoud Trln. lor Tocahonta., l'ohatan atiU (,oo.n. willleatc llluefield daily at 6 10 a m, jo a m, 05 1 " Leave iMue'firM 6 xi a m and 8 vo ra daily lur Kenoia and Cotumbut, () . Chlca aSn d all point Pullman Meetier on ! 30 p m train lor Chi We.t Columlm. 8 4 P rjo. Arrivetram, for Welch andand 8 So a m. Intermedial. Addltlonil .Ution.on Flkhorn love llluefield $ 05 p m di Traln arrive at Noiton Irom the Ea.t dally at It 01 r m and 5 45 p in For further Information a. to achedule. rate. A W.tern Hall Ac. apply to agent, of NorfolkllKMl.l., W. 11. id or to Agt Itoanoke, Va Gen. l'a M P cuddling clouo uudor great cliffs crowned with largo trees. It is in this lonely placo whero tho river is so wido that tho nhoro on tho other side looks liko a vaguo shadow that fashion has setitsseal this year, and strolling on tho sands, lounging on tho long covered pier, or sitting under tho trees up on tho cliffs, or listening to tho band which plays afternoon and evening you will hi tho highest Btyle of English fashions, which, though having origin on tho continent, are imbued with something of tho spirit of Albion and are very beautiful. You will pee a tull, fair girl, with thnt lovely complexion rarely found away from this climate, como walking along in a gown of pale blue china silk with little rings of cherry color all over it. It is cut with an ample width nnd slightly gathered ut tho waist. Tho skirt is cut out in deep scallops, nnd tlit'NJ nro headed by a black laco insertion. IMow this falls n full gathered flounce, and wt upon thnt is n very full ruflleof white laco "run" with black silk nnd headed by the black lace insertion. Two rows of the same encirclo the forearm part of tho sleeves, which nre balloon, with full cnjts of the same kind of hand run lace. Tho waist is o gathered front and back and hits revers of blue bengalino tho exact rhade of the dre.v. Tho belt is also of bl no bengal i ne. Tho hat is iudoscril-ablbut is bound with the black lace over tho white straw, nnd n bunch of tieM (lowers and grasses ornaments tho top. The parasol is of a faint roe, with a very full chiffon ruffle, and is tied with a cherry colored bow. Walking daintily on the hard, yellow sand is another tyt', and her gown is of dark gray hcrge, with n bluih umW-gleawhich produces a hard and cold effect exceedingly rigid and proper. Tho rl.irt is made double uud cut in half cb cliw, which gives it tho admired fullnex ut the bottom nnd severity of outline nt tho top. Thero nre u vest of dnrk blue surah uud wihli of the same and a sort of Hum jacket that hangs open, but can bo buttoned if tho wind is too cool. The Mevves aro the regulation gigot, with a braided forearm. Thero is a sort of collar to tho jacket that lends n htylo tieculinrly its own. The bonnet is mnilo of two wido nlhattan bows held by TliiH is for afternoon a jetted huttt-rilypromenade. For mornings tho glazed sailor hat is nlino do rigueur. I have noticed many hats covered with tho material from which tho gowns wero fashioned, Apparently made by a regular hatter, as it is laid on jierfectly smooth. A nar- jos-tiche, 1110-tlic- ls very full to fall in deep natural folds, nnd it was bordered with threo lines of gold braid. Thero wns n rolling collar, and it hnd six elegantly chased gold buttons at tho waist. Tho sleoves wore medium gigot, with tnrnbnck cuffs. Tho coat was lined with pink glaco silk, nnd tho vest front wns of tho same, with pink silk muslin ruffles. Her hat wns pearl gray felt in partly Alpino'shaj and trimmed with n gray wing und two oreilles d'ano of gray velvet. Another notable costume was a gown of mode oplin, with a black laco flounce nt tho bottom bended by a box plaiting of satin of thosamo shade, nnd this bended by a narrow jet galloon. Tho waist was plain French, with belt, nnd tho sleeves gigot, with wrinkles at the wrists mid short rolling cuffs faced with satin. To wear with it wna a shoulder capo of tho jtoplin, with a box plaiting of the satin headed by tho galloon nnd with a deep black laco ruffle. The littlje earn) was stiffened to fit tho neck without collar, and at each seam was a band of galloon, and tho neck scams wero left oiKin nt tho top to allow a very full ruffle of black laco to fall through. Tho lint wns n white French chip trimmed with pink roses, pink ostrich tip and bows and crown of mordoro velvet and strings of tho same mado double on the bias and pinned under tho chin. Few cotton frocks nro worn at Southend, ns tho moist air is not well for such, but all tho tweeds, light cheviots and Scotch mixtures nro worn with Bilk as a setoff for best. Moiro gowns mado in tho prevailing styles nro very much worn, the eutiro gown being mado of it, with a figaro of passementerio or velvet, or somo other rich material. I saw ono today with border of red fox fur around tho bottom, it being but two shades lighter than tho browu moiro. 11 FOR THE LITTLE FOLKS. Headffoar Which Is Both Protty . and EooDomica.1. msunn 1 A SHELBYVILLE, KT.-- Au Itngllih and Clasv icai txrnooi loriiiris. mxiy-ninttieauon open, Wednenlay, Bept.Cth, 1R93, 1'reparei for Wellesley. W. T. POYNTER. n 3 -- J1 Three shape. Cheap purchased ones aro useless after one Avash, and the nice ones are very expensive, considering the materials and work required. Pretty embroidery is not costly, and odds and ends loft from dresses ma' be o used on bonnets. The aro onco more in vogue and will bo welcomed by many mothers who are watchful of their little tots' No. 1 shows this style complexions. suitably worn by any girl from two to six years old. Measure tho child's head from under the chin whero the string should como up over the top around to the other trtring. Make a strip of three puffs this length and wide enough to reach to the crown of tho head. The frill In front is twice tho width at tho top that it is at tho strings. The crown is cut tho shape of a pear and large enough to allow forgathering the upper part as shown. Another frill around the bottom is put on with a heading, and hemstitched strings comold-timsun-bonne- mm west of tho AUeKhanles, opons Its soventy-fourt- h session Soptembor 13th, ..UU AlUUllili U.UW Q.UUUUta UUU.UIVUI. lUiUUlUlltUUlOt n. uiw3ivmi A. f.Allnn Tjwn.trt AM, . Sclontlilo nnd Elective Amoncr I... twenty-Ilv- o Hoprcsontatlvcs In C'otitrross. Jlvo TJ. 8. Sonators. soven Governors of U.S.. ono Justico of U.S. Supremo Court. Thonast Statos. two Any mother who has a littlo time year was tno most prosperous in its history. twcivb proiussors in laotuty. ov. nnd taito may savo considerable by Knntt. ur. louinjnmi wnrrau. ANOiiquorssoiuininocouniy. Vox catalogue and further Information, address Rev. Dr. C. Voting, Danville, Kv making bonnets for the children, and beside the saving in the first cost the homemade onea will wear longer and come out of tho laundry in better Little Ulr). Cap for a Uoy and Hood for lluby. ratterna of Morn Tlmn Ordinary Nratnp. A Tretty Ilonunt for a PFNTRk Rll FRF Danville, thoKy. historic kMl I Ilia WlflailailalUlal ,., This college, oldest (tout AUuml 5k22''' ts plete the bonnet. No. 2 in u cap for a little bo' from ono to three years old. To make It, first measure around the child's head, and cut a strip of stiff linen this length for tlie cap band. The crown in the emillustration U made of broidery and Is cut perfectly round, tho fullness laid In plaits into the all-ov- er 0.u) Ut rmvM. TU: j ffi!2277. &&v-t- k Crztcuy. TV cuz T "7 fcftAZ 46 TTMrtUAsfc ICS3LVS -- LjiZ && rr . s?. 2Zc?tJu&sz& Ss 52fccWSa. ITO SLLsfC6VLC. 4 "WITEllJ GflriKlP mK -- .. m -H A- - m iw"w, i.mj vm wWiW imWym, KLKUANT GOWNS FOIt SOl'THUND. . F Trav l'a. Aftent OHIO HRA(i(, N1 ' CHESAPEAKE & iwf. z." rte :J,. W) LS'V V- - Un ,i, '.i Vk. 1 7 v . RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, And ull other Eastern Citlet, Shorlott Line between I.oul.vllle, Ka.tern I'omit, IN EFFECT NOV. i, 1S01 EAST nOUNl). L.e.l.eInKton . 7 icpm Atlantic Exprou No. Ji, daily Midland Accommodation, No 16. ex Sunlit, 40am n.iopm Vettibuled Eapre... No 4 daily Ml Sterling Accoin , No, 8, l.eingtonnd tuu ui:li.ks ok POUTIIUM). sown around the WEST HOUND Arr. I.eainKtnn: I.ennglon Accom., No 37, e Sun 1.40pm I.oimvllle Kxpre.a No. at, dallj 4 13pm I.exinglou Accom. No 15, ex Sun 6. 10pm Ve.tibuled Kipret No: aj, daily ' row silver or gold ribbon band wna hat nnd fastened with a neat buckle when this wns tho ensc. Fine elnstics nro used to hold them on, as Knglish ladies consider hatpius injurious to tho hair and frequent producers Solid VMllbuled Train with Dining Car.. N. of hendnche. but tranfer Tho bathing nt Southend is done ns nt I.exii.glnn without from Through Sleeper Brighton uud Bath. Thero aro littlo paehHn,W. FULI.FR. '. . KVAN. on 1'asa. Agt.. Ant. Gen. A'l Gen. Cincinnati. vilions edgewheels thnt aro rolled down Wa.hington, I). C to tho of tho water, whether it is Irigh or low tide, und the bather steps from tho seclusion of her temporary best ts grunt. USTISQUITIIT. dressing room into tho water. Thero is never nny very heavy surf, but still it is quite suiiicieiit to givo a good reaction. Tho costumes of tho bathers vary but slightly, I fancy, from thoso in America. They ruir mostly to blue llannel or bergo uud havo blotiso njid skirt nnd loose trousers, but wo do not wear stockings, though wo do wear saudnls to protect our feet from sharp shells. It is on the promenndo that tho best toilets nro worn. 1 saw ono of England'8 pioudest beauties walking by, clad in n Has lod all Worm Remedies. pearl gray cheviot "dead tine." Tho EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. was plain, very lull in tho back SOLD EVERYWIIEUE. tons. iiudwith threo rows of narrow gold braid p,,,.,.. by mrtun03i atPima cu bt. for solo trimming. Tho coat wna cut 5. a5j m e. Suu P. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS YERM1FME The crown is n little round piece nnd the other part is cut the height of the head from string to string, and drawn down into the CARE OF INVALIDS. crown nt the top b' n few gathers, If lliry Are .Men. Tliry Will Up Neither there being none at tho lower part. 1'olllc Nor C.rutcful. Instead of tho top niching of lace, a How much a littlo tact and delicacy large rosetto of muslin bows if the in the sickroom contribute to the sooth- cap is of muslin.orof narrow ribbon if ing of an invalid's sensitive nerves! Tho it is of silk will look well. Country most faithful nnd niTcctionuto nurse, licntlemuu. who would give her life to savo tho paABOUT NIGHT GROWTH. tient pain, is often guilty of somo small, unconscious act that frets the ill person Wlij- Children uml liiiallil. Need So Much lieyoud endurance. If anybody who ia Kent nd stlecp. likely to bo called upon to attend tho It is a curious fact that night is the most of us aro liable to bo time which nature utilizes for growth. placed in that position sooner or later Plants grow much more in the night would War in mind, tho following bits of than in the daytime, ns can bo proved advice, deduced from theiinpatient utter- any time by measurement Measure a ances of an irritable invalid, it might vine at night, then measure, it again help lKth the sick jwrson nnd tho nurse: in the morning nnd tho next night, Do not ask a very ill 1111m what you und it will be found that the night shall do for him. The doctor has growth is two or three times that acgiven tho proper directions, nnd if complished t'uring tho day. During tho patient wants any other attendance the day the plant Is very busy gatherthat is not 60 obvious that you can givo ing nourishment from vn.rlous sources; it without questioning him ho will n und during the night this raw matefor it unprompted. rial Is assimilated into the plant life. Do not breatho in his face or hangover The nunc fact is true of the animal him. He needs all tho fresh air ho can creation Children grow more rapidly get. during the night. In the daytime, Do not pres your hand upon his brow. while the child is awake and active, It sounds well in novels, but it is quite the system is kept busy disposing of possible that your hand seems to him to the waste consequent on this nctivity; weigh a ton. Do not touch him unnec- but during sleep the system is free to essarily at nil, unless ho indicates that extend its operations beyond the mere ho desires it. particles; hence replacing of worn-ou- t Do not ask him every half hour how the rapid growth. This is why so many invalids need ho feels. Tako it for granted that he does not feel well. Do not keep telling no much rot and sleep. The system him that ho is hotter, for if ho is he will has been taxed for years beyond its know it quito ns soon us you do, nnd if ability to repair the tissues, and hence, tho organism has becomo worn nnd ho is not it will merely vex him. Do not attempt to lift him unless you disabled from the accumulation of are siros enough to do 60 without hurt- wusto products, nnd disease has reWith the proper conditions ing him. Abortive efforts to ruiso him sulted. cause him pain uud irritation. Ho can restored, nnd n tenson of perfect rest, take food lying down, provided that yon nature will reassert herself, clearing feed him through n glass tubo bent nt a up the clogged and dirty tissues, nnd right nnglo, instead of jouring his beef restoring tho organs to their normal tea or milk into tho bosom of his night- condition. Good llealtlu gown with n spoon. And speaking of Suit UittiiH nt Home. sjioous, wash tho medicine spoon every There aro uev fashions in baths contime it is used, that tho dregs of tho stantly cropping up. One hears of previous doso may not offend him. flower baths, crushed fruit baths, wine quiDo not interfere, no nintter how powdered-roo- t baths, and the etly, with his private belongings, unless baths, intensely mud or earth bath; but not at ull on ho wishes it. It 11111103-- him is the bait tho line to think thnt his small properties are bath, or with these fads for those nt rather bait rub rearranged. being examined nnd least who cannot get to tho ocean If you cannot control your ngitntion, oneeayeur. It is made a part of tho sight and hearing until proceedings keep out of his at some Turkish baths, you can. but you can do it yourself with his senses, do not treat him If he has results in tho way of a feelliko an infant, smile nt his whims or ing of reuewed vigor, freshness nud disregard his reasonable wishes. elation. It also increases tho satiny Abovo nil, do not expect him to be texture of the skin and tho "brilliancy polite, grateful or oven civil, no matter of tho complexion. Put some coarse if you are sacrificing your comfort nud salt in a large earthen jar, and make enduring anxiety for his sake. If ho is a "slush" of it with a small quantity cross, do not tell him so or bo hurt by of water, not using enough to dissolve tho fact, for ho is suffering, and his tho salt After the wash with hot nerves nro in n stnte of rebellion. water and soup, take this by the hand-ful- s that ho is not responsible for it and rub it on briskly, following nnd that it is your duty to be consider-ut- o it with a rinse in cold water. Just try nnd patier.t for both. IL It is better not to mix mora salt Isauhlia PnOCTOH. than you are going to uso. The tailor made gown in shepherd's checks or pmliead checks, or in hair line stripoor lnixtuies aro all seen and regarded as entirely correct. Black cloth tailor finished and trimmed with one or two very narrow lines of gold embroidery nnd with tiny round or very largo flat gold buttons is considered very elegant, but a gown of this kind requires very careful treatment or it will npjwnr shabby very soon. I think I will cloo this letter now, ns tho band has U'gun to play, and 1 have n pretty new frock myself to wear, nnd so Mauy Dkuwent. good by. Southend, England. y TIIUKK wwlaWf n . 7? WWaB. j,-- -- ru HUSTON VI LLE, KY., n 'V nt KEAT IIOXNETS. SssssssssS S Swift's Spicific S g SA and Skin S Blood Tested Remedy cure SA reliablePolaon, Cancer. Inherited Skin MYERS HOUSE IaI VERY ST ABX.X p. W. GREEN, Prop. Thu liable, which Is nin n coneectlcn with th n Mjer. House, hatbcen tkpphed with band. A lace niching is sewed into tho band, and a large rosette of Ince is used to tack the crown up a little on ono side. No. .1 is for the baby und can be made of fine embroidery or white silk and hand-umbroider- I s O For All Diseases for Contagious Blood fula and Scro- A s O a O S O f G O W A nil New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, vruuimer't Suppl S prepaie e and Is tetter than evat raupply the public with with white, delicate Jlue or pink. 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When Linda wed the parson there was much f! that they were all afraid shc'.d Ho'd roado a foolish bargain; Just been the life Of District Number Seven, wasn't fitting for the wife Of one who preached the Scrlpturn In tbe church upon the hill, Hut we who knew her better said he hadn't done so 11L commotion mode; The folks upon the outaldo said ous round Of laughter and of pleasure when her merry notes they sound. Ahl beaux unnumbcr cd courted, but their fan cles all they fled When Linda and the parson in the ltttto church were wed. She was the sum and total of the fun upon the farm. The end and the beginning of the frolic and the charm That makes a party easy a nd that sends a Joy I wish bright: Her pretty feet went gliding o'er tho carpet like the soft. Delightful flight of swallows that are winging ways aloft. And there she stood as bravely and as sweetly a) you please Beside the parson's elbow wlti her same comported ease. She held the sewing circle as she'd held the rural fun, . According to nor notions and until the thing was done: poor, you could haro seen her In her veil of filmy white, Her eyes they were asparklo liko the stars She supervised the packing of the boxes for the. And she marked them with her fingers when they went from out the door; The Christmas tree attended and the folks all felt a Joy "When the parson said that Linda's baby was a pretty boy. The parson wilted, sudden, and he crumpled like a leaf "When Dr. Box he told him there was only human grief Awaiting patient yearning in the years that , were to come. On Sunday, Just a stranger took his place, for her breast The two had died to gether, and the world knows all the rest They took away onr Linda and they laid her In the place Where the roses and the lilies and tbe weeping In little he was dumb. tomb they laid her with the baby on thought. "The rascal!" he ejaculated. "Ah, so It really does not matter," he muttered, angrily. willows grace The land where folks are sleeping only wait- Suddenly his face was lit up by a for tho call bright thought, and a sort of malicious That brings them from the shadows, from the smile played about his thin, firm lips. cerements and pall; And the folks, they softly whisper when they He laughed. He then rose and went to see tho preacher's head the door. Arise there In the pulpit, 'bove the spot where "Just wait a bit, my friend!" he murthey were wed. mured to himself. Then in quite anIL S. Keller, in Good Housekeeping. other voice he called Into the next room: "Herr Slttig, just a moment, please!" swollen veins of his face, would not have been flattering. Something else, however, struck him. He put his hand In his pocket, paid the five marks, and left the hotel. He accompanied his client to the station, and went home in a temper. He sat down to work and busied himself with his papers for a time. He then looked out of the window In deep cer-tally The To Chicago via tub Lakks. heard throughout the "Certainly, sir," said the waiter. wholo room: "Walter bring mo another greatest trip to tho grentest fair on earth The ceremonious waiter with the fish!'' ride; Detroit to Chicago ambrosial locks went off and returned couple of those visitors laughed; others and a Some of the palace eteatners on the n tho grandest in a few minutes with his master. tho proprietor looked threat- Lakes. Picturesque scenery. Uoturnlng "At your service, sir," said the pros- frowned, at the pair. eningly you can perous landlord. my from Ghienffo direct, all rail: or "Now, "I merely wish to request you to re- guest all see that you don't glvo tho ro to Chicago by rail and return via the your leavings," growled prove your chief waiter," said the lawLaIccs and Detroit. Berth and meals yer, as calmly as possible, "lie demands lawyer, In a loud voice, to tho waiter. between Mnckinnc nnd Chicago five marks for somo almonds and rai- "What!" he continued, "all gone? No more fish! Well, that's a pretty state Hound-trirato from Cincinnati sins which I did not eat This seems to of things!" (via Toledo and boat 30o less.) For furme a little too much." became The waiter whispered something in The proprietor censure. as red ns a ther information nek and 0., II. fc D. K. reply to the Inquiring glance of his poppy at this distractedly, Tho chief K. agent, or address K. 0. McCormlck, and, apwaiter smiled T. A., 0 , II. & D. It. K Cincinmaster, who then stuck his fat thumb proaching the lawyer, whispered some- G. 1 nati, 0. into his capneious white vest and be- thing in his ear. gan shaking his head slowly from side A Good Housewife "That is nothing to rac," replied he; to side. "here one may take as much or as little "I am very sorry, sir, but my waiter as he wishes. You said so yourself the will clean her house every spring nnd it is just s neeeeeary to clean the system is entirely in the right." So, just bring thurouuhly if you expect good health "Indeed! Such n thing is unheard day before yesterday. Take somo more fish!" during the summer months. oil ion ask live marlts for an unorThe host seemed ready to burst with Stockton's Antiseptic, it is just what dered and uneaten dinnerl And simply rage; but what could ho do? He tried yon want. For sale by A. It. Penny, because 1 sat hero on a chair for ten to restrain himself, although portions Stanford. minutes!" Tho lawyer bj this time was of the story, which the lawyer was now boiling over with indignation. for the Onk lltet class fare, with 2 additional "Sir," answered mine host, n he detailingreached edification of the other his ears quite distinct- for the round-triguests, Harvest Excursions, raised his eyebrows with surprise, "you ly. Tho talo was received with great Aug. Sept. 12th nnd Oct. 10th. The were sitting at the table d'hote." Wisconsin Central Links will run low "And you took almonds and raisins, laughter. The talc soon mado the round of the Blr," Interjected tho waiter. rato Harvest Excursions on the abovo d'hote, "And for these three raisins I am to entiretotableseen faces and everywhere dates to points in Minnesota, North nnd curious to examwere be pay five marks." South Dakota. Tickets will bo good 20 Is a hotel; whoever sits ine the two chief persons concerned. "Sir, this r Many an eye was also directed to wauls days from date of Bale, with down to the table and takes anything the buffet, and many a malicious smile. privileges to points west of St. Paul and must, of course, pay for tho whole table d'hote dinner, whether he takes The landlord stood there stewing in Minneapolis. For full information much or little it really does not mat- his own gravy. any of the Company's representaThe next course arrived roast beef ter." tives, or James C Pond, Gen. Pass, nnd Herr went boldly The solicitor was red with anger. He and potatoes.even heldSittig waiter's arm At. to work: he the drew himself up, and was about to say something which, to judge by the Nashville, Tenn., March 0, ISM The voice, which was 1,000-mil- e ed p .tf p ( Amono tiik Mountains. The best D. S. routo to the Eastern cities is via CincinAt the well. known old Hand ol J. II. Green, in nati and the F. F. V. over tho Chesa- peako A Ohio Hallway- - Mie scenery Hustonvlllo, - - Kontucky, through New River canons cii.: over . Would be clad to ee hit numcrout friendt anil them hit Alleghany aud Blue Ridgo Mouc'nins is how Saddlery, dock of good) contlttlne olFarming Hardware, Rugglci and wonderfully beautiful and r0ried. The Implement!, Give him call. A7" F. F. V. runs solid to New York via Washington. It ia electric lighted nnd No other carries a through dining-enr- . train in America surpasses it nnd it is the only train to the Ivist with through ficrc-Rdining Borvice. Among the Virginia & Ohio Dr E. C. Weit'a Nr nH Drain Trftltmant mountains along the Chesapeake author-liejkmIUto are more tlinu 20 faniotiB summer re- U eold under only, to written euarnntee, by Lota of cure, Wenk Memory; Bgenta Drain and Nerve- I'ower.I wt Manhood: Quleknett; sorts. A pamphlet Issued entitled "Vir- Night I,oe; Kvll Dmwit, lAck of Confidence: u I ginia in Black nnd White," describes Nervootneiw: Irnln: Um of Timer if tho Oenratlve ur- t In ptnr ei, can e,l by Youthful llr ra, or KxceMlve L'ta of these resort, nnd the scenery of the Tobacco, Opium or ) ju which aonn lead to ftyrind Death. Ur mall. route, and will be mniled; freo by Miter, Cniwumrtlv "'. til It box; il for to:Wl'Al n ntxuarantixi to euro ur E. B. Pope, Western Passengor refund moner. full HVRUI. A certain Croup, nns, Agent, St. Louis, Mo., or C. B. Ryan, cure for Couch'. I H'M; UnmU llronchltl. to lakrt. WboopliiK Ctiuuli, 1'leaMnt i' d. fV. lte, now 23a.; old Astistant General Passenger Agent. Cin Hmall fire itlnoulitlnJt fltUo.bowCUO. (11'AJUXlLDiUauodonlybr cinnati, 0. 1'urni-ture. CARPENTER, NEW fl LIFE - nl , - I '' . . ! A rkduction in World's Fair rates by first-clue- s A. If. FENNY, ja Etgfji Kaiserhof." table d'hote, his eye was constantly wandering between his plate and the door. lie seemed to be upon thorns, for his As he nat "We'll pay you out for this. With your 'It really docs not matter!'" A tall young man entered the room and bowed awkwardly to his superior. "You called me, sir, I think," he said, Ha-ha-h- a! w am, at the II It FJ411 PI EGAN'G, LEISEa land - owner in tlio district, h a d come into the town on business and put up at the hotel, which we may call the well-arrang- train was timed to leave at 2:30. then his expected lawyer appeared, apologized for his lateness and handed the papers to his client. He then seated himself in an unoccupied chair at llerr Lcisegang's side and began to discuss various matters with great animamonds and raisins. Entirely occupied with the subject ol discurse, the solicitor put out his hand mechanically toward the dish and placed some of the fruit on the plat? before him, without, however, touching sert was being handed round. At last dinner was finished, and des- Just tion. The waiter came around with al- fe K lA handle, when the suave and deferen tial chief waiter stepped up to hitr with a bland smile and a little prelim inary cough. "Excuse me," he said, with a profes clonal bow, "but the gentleman hat forgotten to pay." The man of law looked with surprise at the speaker. "Pay?" he inquired. "For what?" "The dinner, sir live murks, if yor please." "You are mistaken; 1 only sat there for a little, but ate nothing," said th V i then They just about to leave the room, and tin "Kaiserhof." please," said "This way, the waiter, lawyer had alrcudy grasped the door rose to go. were Ilerr LeLsegang and his solicitor sat ior some time longer talking of bust ncss, and them further. somewhat timidly. "Yes, my dear Herr Slttig," said the solicitor, jovially, "i uiu. nut come and sit down." Slttig did not know what to make of it. "Dear Herr Sittlg!" What could havo happened? His master had never addressed him so before. "I wish to invite you to dinner with me no, the day after tomorrow," said the solicitor, rubbing his hands with vengeful glee. "Hut, sir," the young clerk blush-Ingtstammered: "I ought not to expect such a thing." "It is nothing, my dear fellow," said the other, clapping him on the shoulder. "Well, the day after please, and I have only one condition to stipulate. You must eat as little as possible a so that and you may do the greater honor to ray dinner on the following day." "Ah, leave that to me, sir;" said the young man, with a smile that disclosed two rows of promising teeth, which the lawyer regarded with great satisfaction. "Good! Then the day after at one o'clock sharp, in the 'Kaiserhof;' and, before everything, be sure to bring a decent appetite with you. Thanks, :nj dear Slttig!" Two days later, at one in the afternoon, Herr Meier and his assisstant (the latter in Ills Sunday best) appeared In the dining saloon of the y to-d- i br r I r "IT REALLY DOES NOT HATTER. ti I V solicitor, with a gesture of impatience, and was about to follow his hurried client without more ado, but the waiter, with the most polite smile in the world, again assured him that he must have five marks. "You are mistaken, sir you have eaten something," he asserted, pointing to the plate upon which the almonds and raisins still lay as "corpus delicti." "Call the proprietorl" the solicitor ordered. lie was getting hot over this lapudeit deataad. sWta indicating two vaeunt seats with a ceremonious wave of his hand. Herr Meier and his guest took their places. There were about one hundred people at table the wealth and fashion of the town. The waiters were Hitting about in their best coats and whitest ties, and the portly proprietor stood beside the buffet surveying the scene like a general during au engagement. The soup was handed round. It was finished in a moment. Herr Slttig scarcely tasted it, for he was extraordinarily hungry; he hud fasted for two duys.'and, besides, he had the reputation of being a great eater. After the soup came troutlets. The fish lay most appetbinglj' among tho sergreen parsley on a viette. The waiter presented tho fish to Herr Sittig first. There were still six fish remaining. The lawyer, Imagining that Sitting looked down at the fish rather contemptuously, whispered something in his ear. Herr Sittig smiled intelligently, and forthwith removed the serviette, with the whole of the fish and the parsley, to his own plate before the waiter could interpose. "Hut, sir! You are taking them all! Those are trout!" cried tho waiter, with a look of horror. "It really does not matter," replied Herr Sittig with a smile; "I rather like them." And ho returned the serviette to the waiter. The neighboring diners were astonished at the young man's audacity and made their remarks accordingly. The landlord frowned and the waiter fled toward the kitchen. The trout had run short and some sole would have to be recooked for those who had not yet had fish. To the great joy of the solicitor Herr Sittig soon disposed of the fish and looked round for more. At a whisper aU avMter, he called ia a toad newly-folded that this is the through the floor. only 50c at A It I'ennv't drug store. Hut it really does not matter if It serve to make him wiser in future. the Queen A Crescent routo. In addition to the regular World's Fair ExcurThit nntlce forewarnt sion rntes we will sell excur- othert not totreipati on huotera, fithenncc and. our landt without at all tiuh will be protecuted to the full good 15 days from date of sion tickets, eitentof the law. Signed sale for return, at fr less than the regu- til M. LACKOWirZ. 1 I). NKWI.AND. lar World's Fair rate. These tickets are V. K. HAYS. G C LYON. good going via either Cincinnati or KRKDIIAUMANN. Louisville. Through cars to Chicago, K L WIIITK. MRS M A. MARTIN. quick time, most elegant equipment. J I. IIKCK. T. C RAM.. Be sure and take the Queen A Cresceut Route. For rHtes, schedules, sloping car reservations, etc., call on any agent oftheE.T. V. A G. Railway, Queen A Orescent Routo or Louisville Stockton Medicine Co., Nnshvllle.Tenn., ern R. R., or D. G G. P. A., It gives mo exceeding Gentlemen: Cincinnati, Ohio. pleasure to speak of your Antiseptic, as I consider it something wonderfnl in the way of medicine. My old servant, BllndnoBB, ParalyBis, Rhoumatlsm Albert, who is 72 years old, was very sick with pneumonia, complicated with Guthrie, Ky , Sept. 9, lti heart trouble mid dropsy. I called in Dear Mn More than (wo yean ago my eyei my family physician and gave him every finally told me btf-t- to tail me. attention, but the doctor immediately applied to emi there was no hope and the only thing nent ocullttt for relict, lor eighteen moalht they that could be done was to make him At this treated without a particle of benefit, Finally, comfortable until the end. time I decided to give him Stockton's about three tiiootht ago I ATwent totally blind, and Antiseptic, as it seemed to be performing almost miracles for others. It was given a a lait retort, I procured an JKIectropo.rc, Josae Thompson's Barber Shop, in regular dosea every threo hours and which, veiy much to the gritificatlon of mi!f There arc three ol the bctt Harben tn the Sial the fever began to decreaso from tho 'I here are alto eicellent Rath Kcomt run In first dose and a decided improvement and family, hat rcitnred my tight. It hat alto Agent lor I ciinglon blram I.aundrr the first day. In three greatly benehtrd my wife and daughter My was noticed wilt days he was sitting up and In a week he .TAKK THE, v- - swi n was back nt his work as usual and is re- hat teen a tuhltct of paralytit for more than two "BUT, Pin, YOU ARK TAKING THEM ALL." training in strength very fast. I consci- yeart, and inv daughter a tufferer from inflammawhen he was about to pass on too entiously believe it saved the old man's tory rheumalitm for more than twelve yean All quickly, and got possession of at least life. Respectfully yours. Frank Skarioiit, n poutul of meat. Ihit hat been ellected in the lait two rronthi. I oo No. 5 Noel Block. g))louuuit sHwAtiajnicmatolln6- The solicitor did likewise, and many It. Penny, Drupglst, much can not be tald in pranc ol the t.lcctro-poliof the others laughingly followed suit. For salo by A. II I wrre the pottettsr of the only cue in THE POPULAR AND DIRECT Again the supply fell short. Stanford. i l'erplexed looks from the waiters; f. ctittence and it could not be reproduced, all the LINK TO A Sedentary Occupation, laughing and expostulation from the wealth id the unlverte could not purchaic it. I guests. plenty of sitting down and not uiurh The performance of Herr Slttig was exercise, ought to have Dr. Pierce's contider it the giandest Invention ef the age almost incredible. The others looked Pleasant Pellets to go with it. They ab Truly ami gratefully yourt, on with astonishment mingled with solutely aud permanently euro .constipad He seemed a veritable tion. One tiny, Pellet is a W. O REKN KI Ktl), V. D. amusement. abvss. corrective, a regulator, a gentle laxative. e book tent free. Addrcit DuKoitA He had two helpings from every dish, They are the smallest, the easiest to Webb, Louitvllle, Ky. and even then called loudly to the take and tho most natural remedy no waiter for more. Ho drank wholo reaction afterward. Sick Headache, Bilstreams of water. All this the man of ious Headache, Indication, Bilious AtVinton, remember the Monon is the line, with law beheld with Intcnso satisfaction. tacks nnd nil stomach and bowel Vetilbuled Trains, Dining Cars, Palace Chair nre prevented, relieved and Cars, I'ullmsn lluffcl Slccprrs, at lortl rates. Ho occasionally sipped at his own empty glass, which seemed especially cured. For Information address The Famous Specialist, A "cold in tho hrrid" is quickly cured to madden the landlord. IAS MARKER, G. P A , Chicago. V G CRUSH, l. P. A., Louisvlllt The story would, of course, go by Dr. Shro's Catarrh Remedy. So is through tho wholo town perhaps catarrh, headache nnd every trouble To Visit Our City Professionally. farther. Hut what could he do lut caused by catarrh. So is catarrh itself. Co for any case look on in silence. He had brought The proprietors olTnr An Excellent Chance for the Sick the whole thing upon himself. He which they cannot cure. or STANFORD, KY., and Suffering. would have given a thousand marks if a prominent physician of Dr M.J Davit la now fully organised and ready for business will it had not happened. Lewis, Oiss county, Iowa, ami hat brn actively that place FREE CONSULTATION, Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Hut no! This was a little too much! engaged in the practice of medicineofat May, while for the put 35 years He would not stand It any longer. in Ilea Molneten route Onlhertith he wii Chicago, to And examination at hit Private I'arlort al tbe 8urplus, . 21 000. taken with an attack of diarrbira. Marine After the terrible guest had demolished told 'Chambcilain't Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea nrarly half a roast turkey and a whole Remedy for the patt 17 and I do wins itt re Myers House, Stanford, Tuesday, pudding, tho cheese was brought to liability, be procured a )car, bott'c, to doica of SUCCESSOR loTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL 15 cent Sep. 12, one day only, him, The HANK OK STAN! OKI), him. (It was a magnificent Roquefort, which completely cured diet incident excitement to travelchange ol water and Reluming every four wrek during the year. and had just been cut. Cheese was a and often produce a diarrhoea Every one should Now closing up) with the same atstta and under ing procure a bottle of thi remedy before leaving the same uianagtmcnt, specialty in the "Kaiserhof.") W It. Mckobertt, Druggist, Hy provisions of its chaiicr, depositors art a home The landlord now beheld Herr Sittig Stanford.For tale by fully protected st ait depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held Individually seize the waiter's arm and, regardless liable to the estem ol the amount of thtir stock of his resistance, sever the cheese with Tne success nt Mn. Annie M Ream, of therein at the par value thcreol, .a addition 10 the Pcnnstlvania, in the treatment ol a powerful cut and placehalf of it upon amount invested in tuch shares, ll may act as in htrchildrrn will undoubtedly be of Inter-eeaecutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully as his plate. In a moment the landlord of to many mother!. She says- "I tpent sever,-a- l so individual v.eeU in Johmtown, l'a alter the great fli d, the "Kaiserhof" was standing In a fury To those who entrusted their buisinets to ns on account of my huiband being employed there while mnagicg tht Lincoln National Hank ol beside the energetic guest, We had teveral children with ut, two of whom Stanford, we we here lender our manv thanks and sot tcme of "Sir," he shouted, "if you wish to took the diarrhitt very badly trust tbey will continue to tranaact their business RemCholera and Chambeilain't with us, offering as a guaranlct fcr prompt atteneat half the cheese you might at least edy from Rev, Colic, Chapman. ItDiarrhoeaboth ol cured Mr tion to tame, our twenty years' experience ia have the grace to take the half which them I know of aeveral other catet where it banking and at liberal accommodations as arc cob I think it cannot be exwat equally tuccetmul is already cut!" sisttnt with sound banking celled and cheerfully recommend It" 33 ami 50 Herr Sittig stopped immediately. He cent bottlet for talo by W II McRoberlt, Stan. DiKicroMs: looked up with a smile foril,.Kv j J Williams, Ml. Vernon; in the excited face of the landlord, and J. M, Hail,Manford; Mr. Thoiii.ii liatte, editor of the (irapbic,Tc-arknnreplied with Innocence: Arkantan, hat lound what he belieetto J. S, Owsley, Stanford; "O, It really does not matter, land be the Lett remedy in eaittence for flu i Ilia ex. S.J, Kiubry, Stanford; perleme it well wcrth remembering. He lay lord; we arc coining back again!" J K. Lynn, Stanford; "l.atthummer I nad a teverc attack ol llux reWith a suppressed imprecation, and, tiled almott every known remedy, none Kivinjr J. K. Cash, Stanford; scarcely master of himself with rage, lief. Chamberlam'a Colic, Choli-r- and lharrh.ta William Gooch, Slanlord; Remedy wat recommended to me, I purchated a A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgeville, Ky. the landlord retired before the laughter bottle and received almost immediate relict I S II. Shanks, Preiideat, He continued to ute the medicine and wat entirely which burst from the spectators. Dr. J II. Owsley, Cashier. resumed his place beside the buffet, cured. I take pleasure in rtcoinimnctiog a thit tonny perion itifTering with tuch diieato, W. M llrlghl, Tellir. with one hand in his vest, and stared at in my opimun it It the belt ineuiclne V in and toe bottlet for at the ceiling, while he occasionally Kobertl, 5DniREltt, Stanlord. aale by II Mc stamped his foot on the floor in his Dr Applemaii, formerly of New York, now permanently located ill I ouitvillc, Ky , is a graduate NATIONAL BANK passion. La Orlppo of llellevue Hospital Medical College, New York "All," reilected the lawyer. Duriiit; the prevalenct of the Grippe the pnti City, the most notable iiisfiiiiii,in of its kind In OF SI AN FORD, KY traiinni it wat a noticeable fact that thov) who cv America. He hat made a special study of the "What have 1 to pay?" pended upon Dr. Kitig'a New Discovery not only "Ten marks, sir." all the troubnnd a tpeedy recovery, but escaped EAR, NOSE, THROAT. Capital Stock- lesome alter effects ol the malady. This remedy EYE, Tho solicitor deposited a seema tohave a peculiar power in effecting rapid piece on the table and departed with cures, not only In caei ol La Grippe, but in all And chronic liiteaees in the great Helletueand Surplus City, and there-suhis guest, who to all appearances was dlieuunof ilie Throat, Chett anil Lungs and has Chanty Hospitals, Niw York many phenominal l s of Asthma and Hay extremely happy and perfectly satisfied cured cases'I ct it and be convinced. Feverwont long cures all this experience aii successfully treats Attention of the public is invited to the fac over the Stale. He disIt ry landing. that this is tho only National Hank In Stanford 1'enny' drug both in mind and body. appoint. f'rce ,I1I Lo' at Under Ihe provisions of the National Bank Act store. Acute and Chronic Catarrh, The other guests looked after them depositors are secured not only by the capital t Hock, but by the stockholders1 liability lor an with a smile. Ringing in Kars, diafuet, dicais f the eye, ear, amount equal to the stock, so Strength and Health. "It really does not matter" was frethroat, Iiim.', Muinach, liver, kidney, ur nary and this Institution are secured by athat depositors ol fund of 400,000. ttrong and healthy, try bladder, nervous prostration, diabetes, dyspepsia, live aworn statements ofthocondition of the bask If) on quently in their mouth that day, and Klcctrlc are not feeling Grippe hat left ou weak constipation, iheutnstirin, paralysis, epilepsy Hitters. If La or ycarto the United when any of them met at a and weary, ue Electric llittert Tins remedy lita lie mcrrudt piles, cured without knlfi No are made eachassets are examined Stales govtio-meafterwards, and its at stated timM and Kidneys, Liver, table, they did not fail to record the ucts directly on the organs Stomach m their func- pain nrd no lUtuiilioii from wcrk. by government agents, thus securing addiiitoua to per fur gently aiding those and perfect safety 10 depositors. ' incident. tions If you are aflllcted with Sick Headache This Young and Middle Aged Men Deposit institution, originally established as tht At such times the landlord of the ou will find tpeedy and permanent relief by takHank of Stanford in 1656, then ing Klectric Hitters. One trial will convince you suffering f'tmi "Kaiserhof" appeared ready to sink and Impnt ncy ai lied as the National Hank ol Stanford in 1&65 and remedy ou need. Larj-- bottles n, Stanford. POSTED. stop-ove- ad-dre- es South-Edward- s, n 1 -- cot-net- on e. sugar-coate- CHICAGO, y.7wKST I'lfiy-pag- WORLD'S FAIR OR.J.S.APPLEMAR Farmers Bank&Trnst -- sud-Jen- lv diar-rhi- ra at - 1 good-humore- d a. well-assume- d -- 44rjaJaaaaaHWaiV 1 aLpM' H rim-ed- y 'w 'at ipHLe aPPPS cxitt-enc- FIRST ten-mar- k 8200,000 21,300 11I A- - K- - -- nt Hostou Globe. "How do you like your new lady help, Mrs. Todgers?" "I should like her a good deal more, Mrs. Hodgers, if she was a little less the lady and a lit tie more of a help." Tit-Hit- s. "So she is going to be your wife." "I don't know." "Hut you said you proposed and were accepted." "Phewl but that was a full half hour ago." Inter Ocean. Overheard In the Nursery. "Don't lie on your back, Freddie; it will make you dream." "All right, mamma, I'll lie ob nay edge." ;KP." as the First National Rank ol e the result 01 in vouthur except i ma- again in ibSi, has ture years and oilier caiiM't producing son-- of the Stanlordexistence of had practically an uninterrupted is years. Ills better supplied following effects nuch as emissions, blotches, debility, rcrvousniss, iliziinett, confusion of Ideas, now with facilities for transacting business prcsipt ly and liberally than ever before in Itt long and avers on to stcicty, defective meumiy and sesual exhaustion which unfits the victim for business honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduor narnagc, a.e permanei tly cured by remedies ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully toileted. r Cutorl. alclr, When Baby tot 1ujur1.ua. KT Tbe Directory ol this Hank it composed ol When sha ttm a Child, ihe cried for Caatoria. Forest as Reid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; When she became 5Ilw, h clung to Castor!. At Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc , G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; When who had Children, ahe geve them Caatoria. by never failing remedies cured J. W. Hayden, Stanford; Diseases of women, such as I.eucorrhca, palntul S.ll. Haughman,Lmcoln; Menstruation, Displacement of Womb, bearing down pains in back, relieved In short time. J. S. llocker, Stanford;! I The Doctor carries all hit portable Instruments W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; and conies prepared to examine the mo:t obscure M. D. Elmore, Stanford; medical and surgical cases. Bucklln'B Arnica Salve. He undertakes no incurable .diseases but cur- -' T. P. Hill, Stanford. bruisea hundreds given up to die. The beat slve in tba world lor cuts, K. L. Tanner, McKinney; salt rheum, fever sorei, tetter, chaptores, ulcers, Correspondence solicited Address M. J .Miller, Mt.' Vernon. ped hands, chilblain, corna and all skin erup J. S. APPLKMAN, M. D. ! nnmivelv curea oilet. or do nav rcauuJ. S. Docker, Prttident; Louitvllle, Ky, I ijuaranteed to eivc perfect aatisf action fd. It John J, McRobtrti, Cashier; Write for Health Journal, free. or montr refunded, rrice aj cents ptr bos. A. A. McKinney, Assistant Caahier. v 0r salt by A. R. Penny, Sunlord, Ky. aof-abus1 c e vu w Blood and Skin Diseases. .rf H&r If- totUtSf? ,&s aTc, utf?ftLrAM ,'......,. immnxmi 3&.X.T!2LJ. & --V '- fci. ;, , ti- -- ". A- , , JM. f . te.lJUsstAjtjssne - ,.a-3 Rkj' .Jb.'ItXM.ISltout jL. it.; jsjEyaTmaBKsssfcMSSMSStta'Sxjsejntessr.pMSMSwesB ii ssji "-- . rfia"i "ft wriMffiliaWllfl liatrasTaSaiiir' p. M nsr; ., if- - 5 Semi-Weekl- y InteriorJournal Ky., Ta kb your repairs to Dank8, the Droa. Jow-ole- r. I am still a enndidato for jailer and will bo till lam defeated or until my CHURCH AFFAIRS. Thy thu M tlnya system. McKinney Come benHig- - tiTANFOKD, Auuuar 18, 1893 lUisincss Manager. POINTS. funeral notice shall appear in these umns. P. Hampton. col- a cordial invitation K. C. Walton, Auction, auction early. W. II. IliRgins. PERSONAL night for tbo Auction efit of the colored people. W, II. gins. the large saw mill and lumber at High Bridge, 'JO miles away, was ao bright as to enable people to drive by it here. The light from thu burning of Youn account is ripe, ready and waitDanville. ing. Please call and settle. W. II. WearSilahSaniiHmik, Ks., is nttentlitiK tbo en tV Co. Vereaillrs Fair. Foil Rent. Cottage occupied by Capt. Mies Annus McKin.nky iihn been iiite Come and buy from us and when you buy secure a ticket for the TiiKREwill be another excursion to Kirby, on Upper Main. Mibs Liccie ill but Im better now. tho Deering camp meeting next Sunday, Heazley. amount purchased and when you have the amount of $15, come and Mibs Hkatkick Mattinoly is visitiiiK leaving hero at 5:23 a. m. Faro for the take choice of Youn account has bebn due and ready round-triIrieiide nt Iancnster. 51.50 from all stations this ot Miulison, is since July 1st. Call and settle by cash Mips Jrnn'ik UnoAtuiL'H, side of Richmond. ... . .i.i or note. A. It. Petinv. with Mrs. Jnnu Harrow. Skasonaiilk rains continue to fail II. 0. Kato.n has moveil lii Gait. Walnut and oak eiglit day clocks gently, but reasonably copiously and family to Hoaton, Ky. J2.50; nickle alarms 75c; everything in the granger's heart is glad, that is to say Mns. It. K. Ookd, ol Louiavillc, la the my line in round-trip- . Of Pictures. All our Summer Dress Goods, Summer Clothing, Laproportion. Danks, the as glad as it ever gets. The p Kueatof Mra. K. I1. Wooda. Since 1872 the Southern PresbyteriJeweler. See biir nd. dies' Oxfords in blacks and tans, snd Gents' low cut Shoes arc to is going to be immense. I M.McHoiikutp, Kej., Ima none to an church has grown from 105,004 com be sold at l)uaina. Wk would call attention to A. It. PenFalmouth on lenl The types made us say that W. II. municants to 1SS.5J0, while the number II. 0. Thompson, the coal kltis of ny's clearance sale of watches, clocks, Miller was appointed receiver in tbo at- of its Sunday-echoo- l Mh. scholars baa doubailverwarn Hnd everything in tbo jewel- tachment suits ngainst Stephens A Knox, led being now about 120,000. There are laurel, wna in town Tueaday. Mn. L. M. LaulkvIh over from Lex- ry line. Vow is the time to buy at but it was very clear that W. II. mfm .. mv.zsm, ' s just 21iy more preachers and 835 more mpk ' slaughter prices for cash. j ington for a few days with hiH family. Hf was meant as bis name ia signed to churches. Miss Maiiy Lou am, of Louisville, ia Livingston, County EvanElder J.G. Mh. Evan Lyon has withdrawn the tbo advertisement. Mra. Martha Paxton at Hov. Hen gelist of the Christiau church, has just And a splendid picture given besides. Don't hoard your money, but advertisement of the sale of his land and Cait. Tom Connikk, freight conductor, concluded a 10 days meeting at Maxey'e Helm's. deposit it with us and get more than value received. ami children, of personalty, as he feared that owiiijf to was severely hurt in the back, bad a rib Mks. J. A. Wool Chapel, near Hustonville, in which the closeness of money lie would be un- broken and waa otherwise injured by We are determined to reduce stock. Come and see us. Areola, III., are Ktiesta of Mra. 11. 0. waa able to realizoa fair price for them. The the step of his caboose giving way and there were 10 confessions. There Farris. be organno church organization, but sale was to have occurred Sept. 1Mb. precipitating him down an embankment ized one with 40 members. 0. E. Stoni, Esq., of Liberty, waa My accounts htu duo 1st day of July when bis train was near New Hope. here on lejjal buaineaa Tuesday and Wed. Thu Lincoln County Sunday School neaday. and January and will be glad to run acW. Convention will bB held at Stanford, A (loon horse belonging to Mr. J. Mk. ami Mks. M. D. Klmouic and Miaa counts with tboso who pay promptly Ramsey's stable, died after being hired Saturday, Aug. 2Gth. All the schools of Fair when due, but those who cannot and do ! Nannie Marra left for the World's to a negro to attend tbo colored fair at every denomination are invited to be Tuesday. not pay their bills when due, will pleape Danville, having been driven to death. present and take part. We hope to MiwLum Metialk, of Dallas, Tex- not aak it. I cannot run business on It doesn't pay to hire horses to some make thiB the beginning of a new era in as, arrived yeaterdayto visit Mrs. A. O. promises. J. K VanArsdale. work of our county. Walnut anc Oak Eight-Dathe Snnday-scboo- l people, either of white or black skin. Clocks, S2.50. Nickel Arlarm Clocks 75c. Eastland. Tho State Visitor will bo present to as Prices knocked silly on dog show man came upon us W. Sal leu Another Riisi'MKi). M raw its. J II. Owkns and J, A dispatch from Fort Scott, sist. The object of this work is to crewere up from Ilarrodsburfc Wednesd ny unannounced Wednesday and gave a per- Kan., says that the First National Bank ate n greater interest and secure better formance at Walton's Opera House that which recently suspended has resumed on businoM. methods m every school. Such convenWlLLMOTT, of LexitlRtOtJ, uight. It didn't draw like the other one and that the examiner says it is worthy MIM.C.K. tions have or will be held in every counarrived yesterday to visit Mr. nnd Mrs. nor did it deserve to. Tbo most redeem of the confidence of the 'public. With ty in the State this year. ing feature was its length. It was short, its other Kentucky stockholders we earnH.F.Jones. l'ROdKAM. And anything in my line. Don't forget the place, Mies Mattie very bort, for which favor all who were estly hope so. Mrs. M. J. M11.1.EH and Sunday-schoo- l Idea in the Bible W. stay ut present were correspondingly thankful. Owsley have returned from OwiM, to the fear that the property A. Slaymaker. Tate's Spring. Union, its Kentucky Sunday-schoo- l In its desire to reduce expenses, so as would be sacritied to sell it in these tight Mim Ma(iyk Coiien, of Verrailhs, to tide over the tough times, the L. rt N. times, thebeirs of Sam Hays who live Aims and Object J. G. Barkley. in has returned and Is the Kiiest of Mlm management has let go a mighty faithful Texas have revoked the power of attorThe Needs of the S. S of This County. Come and get the best goods for the least money, and bring the cash with foii. Nora Moreland. ney authorizing Hon. R. C. Warren to How to Supply Them Elijah Beazley. man, Mr. W. W. Penn, traveling MibsSaiiua Hays is over from LexClaims of thu Children of Religious The with headquarters at Junction sell the John S. Hays tract of land and A. V. ington to aend a few weeks with her City, whose ollice has been abolished. the tale will not occur Aug ;!0, as adver- Parents upon Sunday-school- s mother and sister. Sizemore. Mr. Penn is too Kood a railroad man tised. Jok P. UruTON has been iiuito ill o though to be long out of the harness aud What can thu Sunday school do for Col. T. E. Hum lias, with the jail birds, Tboso who Cannot Attend. W. E. Arfever since ho came up from the South, we hope to hear soon that lie has stepped Of a Fresh and Large Stock of dune a vast amount of cleaning up late- nold. but is much improved now. thing than he I ad. a and into evun better ly and the town ia much improved in Mns. Annus Hiikep, of touisvillt, Session from 10 to 12 o'clock a. m. and OniNo to the impossibility to borrow appearance by it. Logan aveuue has from :t to 5 o'clock v. m. Miss Hmtul Withers, of Cincinnati, have money, we are compelled to sell exclu- been worked on this week aud wonderbeen jiuesta of Mrs. M. J. Withers. Jonch entertains thin even- sively for cash from now on, in order to fully changed for the better. The colo MuslItosK NKW ADYKBTISEMENTO. &c, &c. ing in honor of Charles Edpir and Mies be able to continue our business. We nel is an old railroad contractor and is LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. are very thankful for the many favors an expert worker in rock and earth. I)uls) Wlllmott, who are bur uuests. CIothltiR Sain Agrnt wanted for Stanford and J. M. Robinson, Norton & Co. vs. Stephens & Knox, &c, and F. W. to the Ver- we have received and hope to merit a Mk. E. l Woods went The fastest timo ever made in this viclnl'y. Literal commiin puld, and we Johanbocke & Sons vs. Stephens & Knox, &c. sailles Fair yesterday to see jiK'le Hird continuance, promising you the best was recorded by Mr. li. C. Keller, ever proaud moil complete outfit the ahow in thu 1)1 5fM aweedUko stallinu coal at the lowest possible price. Now By virtue of an order made in vacation in the above styled causes, Jr., yesterday, who set three galleys, 00 Write at once lor termi. is the time to lay in your winter coal. fcy any houie. purse. vided the undersigned will as Receiver sell at public incites, or 12,000 ms of this brevier type Mrs. W. M. Wrh.iit, of thu West End, HigginsA- Watts o'clock had set Send reference! in b bouts, and by WAN MAKER .V HROWN, is seeing niter. bur daiiBliter's interests The prospect for a sticce.sful session four full galleys. Wc do not believe I'hllidelphla, Pa stay at the while she is enjoying a at Central University is ilattering, not- there is a man in the Statu who can beat ,v- - -j springs. withstanding the cry of hard times. Dr. it, but if there is let us hear from him. Mis Lacha Siiki.iiy and J. Warren L. II. li'anton wss hero Tuesday in tho Hcgiiuiinpj Saturday morning, Aug. 19, 1S93, and continuing from Shelby, of Lincoln, were reislstored at intere&t of the excellent institution and Ji'UiiE Saiiley's harness gelding We will, ai Kxecutoruof J. I,. Pawion. deed, day to day until the sale is completed, at the brick store room oppotbo Kentucky Huildini: of the World's told us that a very large matriculation "came up missing" Sunday morning and rent at auction before the door of the Hanging site Coffey Hotel in Stanford, Ky., the large, fresh and valuable stock Fork Mill at ap in on Fair Wednesday. is already assured. Willi Dr. Wanton at ho thought that horso thieves had got26, 1893, of DryofGoods, Hats, Caps, Hoots and Shoes, together with a small Mrs. W (! IUsn returned from Dan- its head Central University is in posi- ten in their work on him. Wednesday Groceries and Hardware, recently bought by Stephens & stock ville yesterday, where shn bad been to he received word from tho party from SIXTY ACKKSofl.and to o in d""" Knox. The opportunity to buy at Great Bargains. Your own choice tion to compel the success, which has I. Jj IJjJYiJr' mh.' Prof. J. H. Walton with reference to whom hu purchased him, living near made known day of tenting been phenomenal. of this large and perfectly new stock of goods is offered absolutely Kaecutort. , entering her son Lee in his academy. Perryville, that the horse was there. He without reserve to the public. Until the day of public sale, Aug. 19, Or ii people will remember the beauti- had evidently gotten out of the lot and Mn. E. F. Nohth, wif.) and daughter, this stock will be offered over the counter at private sale for cash and Edna, left yesterday for a 10 days' visit ful little woman who sang for her bus wandered back to his old home on his at prices which can not be duplicated. Also a lot of Show Cases, Dispatcher T. A. baud, who called himself "Rice, The own accord. to the World's Fair. Counter Soder Delivery Wagon nearly new and set of Harness. wife have returned from there Cowboy Evangelist." when he held Itico and I will rent at public auction on the premle, Mn. J. Mat Martin, who celebrated mile Kit of Crab Orchard, on At public sales terms cash for sums under $10; for that amount and Misses May and Eva Tai.hott who forth on the streets here for several will always hiH 7:d birthday Turaday, have been the pleasant guests of Miss days, became of her sweet voice and the 16, 1893, over a credit of two months, In which cash bond with good security, look hack with pleaauru to that day. bearing 6 per cent, from date will be required of purchasers. ltoseL. Jones for the past two weeks, fact that the pair kept up interest in My Farm of nearly His children and grandchildren gathered themselves by getting married in leave Saturday for their home in everv town they visited. Itico didn't around nnd witli good things of various 150 ACHES OF FINE LAND, T. Hush. Auctioncr. Jim McWiioitTKH, of Middleburg, was treat her well and they separated after- kinds made thu old gentlemen forget his Hsu brick rendetice In declining years nnd ho was as happy as andkoo.1 mif of cultivation and U well w.Ured. other Bwd buildinE up on his wheel Tuesday. He is nn ex- wards and Mie went it alone. Shu tried land Kiven l'mvenlon ol the hou-- and cultivating In meadow, pert rider nnd recently made the trip to preach in Chicago the other night, in the days of yore. Mayor Vandeveer, Txun ai rented. There arc aS "re in for corn and j from Danville to his home, a distanco of but a mob howled her down and nearly who dined with hint that day says he ndfor unall grain, jcon 11 month 70 e, well tin timothy Note required. At the lame time and to death, for what reason never ate n better dinner or enjoyed a trampled her will be J2 miles, in lJho'.. !,,..! of Hor.e StocU. conmtlllir After the first of July instead of selling goods on 6 months' time we ....11 day more. family Mns. Julia Dt'N.v and Misses Emma it is not stated. i( 1 brood mar., larKe old mare hore if hands, will present our accounts the 1st or 15th of each month, as suits the by Mark Tune, ).' .!.. and senile, and ElUe Warren, Maggie and Jennie weanling mare buyer. Some time ago the I.. & N. and its en in foal to Cirner'. Denmark, It didn't get out to any extent, but the Our idea is to do a Silver Hockerand Hellu Itoot .and J. Warren First National Hank hero bad a run on gineera anil train men agreed on a sched- rhimeyS, same.. weanlinR horse coltofby Prince a ando.it dan. by Judce Ri.Ker Hocker and Dr. W N. Craig formed a it during tbo very troublous times ule- of wages, which was to last a year, ll.ert mare, pair of good work mules, 15', hands Wednesday hich,6milk cow, .IweanlliiB calci, ? ear!inK party to the. World's Fair now almost past, we hope. Tho Farm provided neither party gave ISO days' noi.ooo pound but for convenience we extend the above time. We propose giving ters, . yearllnc heifers, a stock southdown, full morning. refused to pay a check for $200 tice of a desire to end tho agreement. w young ewes, nearly llucki, u ho, a sows and our customers the best goods and guarantee to sell you Hardware, ers Hank Southdown first class old corn, 6 stacks nice timothy "city and vicinity. drawn by a thresher machine linn be- President Smith, finding that the com- piKs, lot acres corn In field, straw rick, lard, ba- Groceries, Queensware, Woodenwarc, Tinware, &c, for less money hay. jo implements, coitxlstint; or cause it bad no money to its credit. This pany was unable to pay tho prices, gave con, buy them anywhere on 6 months' time. Our explana...ill . For ice cream, finite, confectionaries led to the report, either accidentally or tho necessary notice and issued an order waaons-on- e new, Glbh's "ttirnlni: .mnntV, tit h.ir. than you can plows, new et tion for making the change is that it takes too much money carry on row. cornheller, J It. Zim- and oysters in season go to crrlaKe, 15 "and maliciously, that the banks hero had reducing them 10 per cant. There is W.1K011 harness, family thi year, larKe lot si of our business on the 6 months' time. During the i3 months we have honey taken mer'u. the checks of their de- floino talk of n strike, but it is hoped that bees and no kitcken furniture, new UpriRht ceased to honor houchold and Domestic sewing machine, been selling goods our sales have been much larger than we expected Pian. getting to tho ears of the men will take a reasonable view of cooking wardrobes, .linlui; and cooking stove Col. Sii.ah Adams waa the lirat Ken- positors and this Move, new and we are very grateful for the liberal patronage we have received. numerous articles our German and Swiss citieus they be- the matter and submit at least till times and many othersums nf $10tooand under to mention tucky Congressman to get n committee cah; mer We are also proud to say that our enstomers have been the very best Tfums get their get better. Besides, with so many idle that amountAll months' ttinu on jjood negotiable 1? appointment. Ho was placed on the came alarmed and rushed in to people in the land and we arc sure we can make it to your interest to per cent money. They were paid as fast as men in the country, this would bea bad notes wiihfiand renting interest is made preparatory to committee on accounts. This sale continue with us. We will continue to take Country Produce in exbcoaking up house keeping. they could check for it and when they timo to carry a point. oer, near Milledgeville, for change for goods at the highest market price. Thanking you for past I. It ... C ill on Wk are indebted to our friend, Mr. found they could get it, theydidn't want SISLETOS. favors, we are Very Respectfully, Thk Georgetown Times seems to know further information,. W. Hrown, Managing Editor of tbo it. Confidence waa immediately restorCrab Orchard, Ky. ' cut of Harvey ed and nearly every dollar withdrawn something about Parson T. A. Green itBROS. Louisville Times, for the running privately U farms, self. After copying the item from us I utfer lor sale in this issue. Helm, which appears was re deposUed. to e. acres. Will sell one or all Half from telling bow the reverend brother had cash, iimlanceon Un? time with 6 per cent inter- Dangh-ertto Win. Si Pitop. M. D. Huuiiks commenced skipped to prevent being arrested for celebrated his 02d birthday with an bastardy, tho ibo victim of his lust be- tt:,',"t'irtrJrrCMilledSe,l.e,Kv teach tbo Rowland school this week and membaa 71 pupils, which hIiowh that all tbo excellent supper Wednesday night to ing Mattie Hocker, a F. MKS. children, ut least, haven't left tbo place which he invited a number of friends ber of his Hock, that paper saya that and relatives. Tho table waa a thing of Green came thoro and giving out that he TEACHER of VOICE CULTURE, yet. beauty, Mrs. D.iugberty and Misa Mollie was h single man, soon became very Putting oil' thu primary doesn't ellect showing great taato in its decoration as popular with the female members of his STANI'ORI, KKNTUCKN. my candidacy for jailer. I am on to stay well as extra culinary ability in tho marry to ootid. preparation of its load of good things. sablo llock. Ho had arrauged to ' and intend to run from f end timo to Chorus and Sight-Roadin- g one, but his wife appoared-iAndrew 17 Your friend, tbo Free. Mayor Daughorty.inoved to Stanfdrd prevent him from committing bigamy. New stock, styles and shades. democrat, Thomas Jell'er-eo- years ago, when thu population was t,esion commencei Sept. O, but pupils can inter left Georgetown He nnd his wife then Hatcher. about COO. 01 the number only flvo are but subsequently returned and brought any time. e now Mra. Susan Warren, Mra. n suit for libel against tho Times for SPLENDID PAIIM A.sn the cry is still they come. Mr. here VnuArsdale, J. N. Craig, John S. writing up his escapade, which, howevpaMra. It. It. Gentry are tbo proud and Mack Hufl'mau and all n girl, wbilo Mr. Hughes and er, was never brought to trial. Parson rents of a Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, receiving were present. Thu 20 members of the Green seems to bo a bad egg, with it I will sell privately W. M. Bright and wife aro Stanford Gobi band wero on Uniformed Landreth's Garden Seed at penchant for the females, who are at congratulations on tbo arrival of their Splendid Farm of 150 Acres, Carpenter. Speak-in- n hand and discoursed some fine music, once struck with his good looks and cap-- . My eecond child, Paxton besides doing full justice to the aupper. tivated by his slick tongue. miles South of Stanford. lhi farm Situated plenty of of babies, four have been born to cultivatioii state Isina high water.or All in gran and liss acres. Has Mayor Daugherty has been au excellent but o ol f persona who do buBiuess in the Interior burning of the Sau Juun, off tho verv best of improvements. By the Ncw.Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. and bia friends wish that he may V. W. HAYS, Manford, Ky, Iournal buIUUng in a lew weens, hu citizen celebrate many more birthdays. the Chinese coast, 182 Uvea were lost 47.ll live to - Mhb. LizzikMcAi.isteh is vinitifiK in ... Mn. E. F. North, who is fond of cats and who keeps one or two around tho olllce, received by freight a box containing 11 from some unknown friend at Junction City. p mm-- Christians extend to all delegates to thu Christian State Convention, which will bo held there September Tho Y. M. 0. A. meets every Sun day afternoon nt 3 o'clock. All young men aro especially invited to attend. Tbo subject for next Sunday will be W. S. Burch. found in S John The meeting at Preachersville conducted by Eld. Joe Severance, Jr., assisted bv Eld. W. E. Elba, is drawing large crowds nnd creating great interest. There hail been one addition to yesterday. Thu 2Sth Annual Convention of Sunday Schools will be held at ABhland with an interesting program.' The railroads all make liberal rates, tho L. Jc N. and C, A 0 , which would be used from here, making one fare for the The Frankfort 21-2-- CLOSING FOR FALL. -:- - UP! r. No more regard for former prices. Summer stuff must go and with it for every Si5s worth of goods paid for in cash you will be entitled to one of our 32-3I- Beautiful : PICTURES. 22-2- -1 Our Beautiful Collection corn-cro- m Hig-gin- via-Hin- t; m m moir TO'TOT; UTiPlJlEI'IS 5fr.?' ny g-- 9 HUGHES & TATE. -- CYCLONE :' REDUCTIONS y Watches, Clocks, Sterling and Plated Silverware, Spectacles, Danks, The Jeweler, RECEIVER'S SALE passim-gcraKei- it 1 Dry Goods, Hats, Boots, M TrTrlTWTriTVI rt 4z! m? t t m 1 of-tic- o fur-nl- h ltt I FOR RENT. 4 Saturday, Auj. st h;. Public Sale andRenting Saturday, Sept. Win-cheate- r. W. H. HIGGINS, Receiver. e blue-gra- ii Read This and Profit by CASH BTJSIDSTESS. It. - . 1 11 1 1 1 well-bre- d ...... 1 1 '. -- -- 1 ro-- r . 1 McKINNEV ty-Tvv- o. Ex-May- or y J. 1UNN, SEASONABLE GOODS. -- . axd riAro. Class Class. WALL PAPER & ALABAST1NE n Jackson-Stone-wall-Jackso- n n Sal-li- tiret-bor- Carriage and Decorative Paints for Buggies and Household use. For Sale Cheap Privately. ,.!,. tt I W Bo McMOBEiBTB, . ooys. 1 4 ;. - .?: !. 55S?!?5!5S!ff555l Semi-Weekly V & VW" - - - . w. "S1 an I f is ? i r c F i Meeting. ing at c per lb. Office South side Main street, in office recea A lady commenting on somo of the vacated by Dr. L. K. Huffman, Stanford, Ky great conventions of women nt Chicago per In Stanford and Rowland and by 50 lbs. aoc r,c per 100 lbs Wc are very 50 lbs and 100 lbs this summer remarked, "We have been thankful lor past patronage and rcspcctlully papered to death." That very nearly ex. Its continuance. Will deliver Itoin t lb up. MRS. JANE HARROW A CO. u pressed ono phase of feeling that existed nmid the general satisfaction called forth Carriage Fainter and Trimmer, by those admirable meetings of women. All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and re -:- O. P. Too much papering is ono drawback of haired in style 1'Uin and ornamental Signs Satisfaction guaranteed In both workmannearly nil assemblies of present day l a candidate for Jailer, subject tothe action of Kngll-For males and females. and Classical ship and price. Simp on main street, oser.Wm, women, whether in clubs or convention. the Dcmoctatic party He would appreciate ynur Paugherly's blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky vote. The dear ladies consult libraries and : Kentucky. : pore over the historic records of centucourse b'Kins Nct ion thorough,Sept. 5th, iS.)j. The (.round, JOHN M. JOHNSON ries, wearing out their eyes. Thoy copy Ihebuildiogs and tl teaching THE P. 0. MILLINERY. Young ladies beautiful and rates reasonable. and road 6weetlyjut what eomebody is n Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county boarded in the College, young gentlemen boarded subject to the action of the Democratic party. else has said 20 times before and apdress the in the town. For further particulars t office room and tee the Call at the MILTON ELLIOTT. President, plaud ono another and appoint sonis A. GIVENS other women to go through the same and Solocted programmo another week, or when the Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub COAL, I1URNERS Stock papers, are not gathered from the musty ject to the action of the Democratic party. Of Rowland, Stanford and Vicinity Of Millinery In town, I'hegolt and prices are records of the past they are apt to le of you. Having uiade arrangements with the East Ten- - bound to pleat the sermonizing order. We women dc MRS. ! T COURTS. 10 nesse IclIicoCoal Co., am now prepared to sell love to preach, bless ust But the ser- Is a candidate for d Jailer, subject to the action of vou elllco Coal at the lowest possible mons, tho lofty sentiments, tho elegant the democratic party. that by paving cash and selling for crin. I SPLENDID FARM me cash can sell much cheaper, so come and rhetorical periods we quoto from Emand see how little money will buy your Winter erson and others, have been said SALE supply ol this Coal, the best on the market G. Thanking you fur past favors and soliciting a before so often that they becomt am respectfully yours Is Candidate stale, unprofitable platitudes to our thea Demociacy. for Jailer, subject to the action ol continuance of tame, S II ADAMS. Rowland. I will sell privately my .arm of ) j sctei.iiiluat-toaudiences. Wo aro "papering them tc ctl on the vteit slue ol llutlonville & Dan. ithin death." Thero aro somo things I do wish a hall mile ol the rallioad station of Moieland, women would do in this enlightened ag I he farm is in a splendid stale of cultivation. well Improved with a dwtllm ol 6 or j rooms, of tho world. Ono is to learn to speak. Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action will sell Millinery necessary outbuildings, including a food bait). Prepare your words as carefully as yon of the democracy. About half trass AT UNUSUALLY LOWJPRICES entire place'olIs theellfaim is sown In can be and the please, tho more carefully tho better, but watered and d .tided into i cr j parcels to suit the purcba.cr. For parspeak them instead of reading. Look For the rest of the season Call and save money. ticulars write to or call on, J I. LAND, A spleidld line ot Ladies' Under ear and Hosyour audience in tho eye instead of buryMcrcland, Kf im on hand. Is a Candidate for ing your noso in a pajer. Even Colonel of the Democratic Assessor, subject to the action iery kept constantlyM1SSLICCIE 11EAZLF.V, party. Ingersoll, when he wishes to I most imStanford, Ky. DANVILLE. pressive, lays down his manuscript, nnd E. D. facing his audienco hke a lion pours out (Advocate.) to the office of Is a candidate for shining, electric torrent of Tnlt Hendren succeeded in getting ii County, subject to icttou of the of Another thing women should democraticLincoln oi& party. L STANFORD, KY., f the money on a forged check on I. M. do in tUeir attempts to instruct the pubMcKINNKY, KY Dunn for $2S. lic is to draw their instruction from the DAWSON, Absolutely John T. Riley, ajted 79, died at facts of real, redhot, present life instead I have boujht above tuentioued.llottl at Isacaod-dalfor jailer, subjectjto the action ol Parksville, where he has been engaged of making their papers up of quotations and have attached a This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now and musty history and preaching. For the democracy in the mill business. In my chaigc and I Intend to conduct it so as to A cream of tarter baking powFirst-CU- ss sot only Bit and Pool Boom. to its lon(maintain it. huh rtputatioa,accommodabut to add W. L. Caldwell & Son shipped a lot this one thing I glory in the work ol list ol friends, Special der. Higest of all in leavening of fine jack stock yesterday to Chicago Helen Campbell, that sho has lestirred Have repaired and rel'jrnlthed the Hotel and tions for commercial travelers and fin rooms, for . the dliploy of samples. Latest United States to enter in the exhibit at the World's herself, read newspapers, studied labor la aeandidat fir iallcr. subject 10 the action of am better than ever strength. statistics and gone herself into shop, the old JcfTersonlan democracy. Government Food Report. ;A:Flrt-Cl- a Fair. Prepared to Accommodate the Saloon hospital and factory and gathered matMiss Hattie Shumate died Monday, ter of vital, living interest. Ono fact Public. Aad MILLIARD and POOL ROOWS amenta ROYAL'.BAKINO POWDER CO., B. JOSEPH COTFKV. the 14th of August, 1S93, at the age of from tho life of today is worth more for 100 Wall St., New York. (Special attcntion'to Commercial Men Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of 22. She had been a faithful member of instruction than tho whole side of a the Democracy I W CKKKN. Proprietor. , A. S. JOE CARSON, Manager. Falls Branch Jellico Goal Co., houseful of books. the Christian church 11 years. SURGEON DENTIST. The committee finds the Bull Spring W. W. HAYS, Helen Gardener's speeches, which creMinersand shippers ol the GKNUINK has withstood the drouth and would ated a gonuino sensation at tho congresi Is a candidate tor Jailer, subject to the action ct Office over McRoberti Drug Store lnthe 1 Owsley Building. possibly furnish enough water to give of women nt Chicago, are to bo published the uVmociacv H. 13AU6HMAN, Stanford. in book form soon, iu a volume which will Trr it. We art the sole scents lor Manford Jand Danville a system of water works. FIRE AND STORM Rowland. Ortict corner ol Dcnot strtt and rail. bo called "Facts ami Fictions of Life." HAMPTON, The congregation of the First Presroadcrotiinj, Among tho essays will lx. tho one en6 II I COINS A WATTS. byterian church have under considera she action ol Is candidate titled "Woman as an Annex," also "Sex thea democracy. for jailer, sulject to tion the purchase of a lot from Mr. C. In Brain." I mention this RcprmentinE . TO particularly C. Fox on which to build a parsonage. for the benefit of tho New York Sun, M. OWENS, Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; SAM LOGAN AVE NUE, A. E. Hundley has returned from that it may know herewith tho name of the Springfield Fair, where he ofliciated at least one of Helen Gardener's books. Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub Manchester, of Manchester, Knjj.; : : ject to the action ol the democratic jrimary. AND LINCOLN COUNTY as starter. Mrs. H. P. Vass,, of Mobile, Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Great Britain has now 159 regularly goods lower than any one else ii Always'!.!) and daughter, Louise, are visiting her graduated women physicians whose town. New stock of Fruits every Friday. . Ins. Co. of North America. i vou last lesion, i rcsprttfullr trouest Its continuance names appear iu Tho Briti?.. Medical parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Guest. Companies. I wools! I.mco'n courty, sub. be All of which are o nmy Iriendsin this line, i'ol. durinc the cominc season. Indeed I cipect all Iu Is f candidate lor Sheriff of pleased to wait use the The friends of Col. Breckinridge Register. to the action of the democratic primary. ., icies promptly istucti. ill insure acsinsi Very funny aro two resolutions pased ject believe that there is no question of his wind storms and llhtninc Lightning claut-e- t attache- - without additional charge innocence and are indignant that he at nearly the same timo in two southern will open on January 16th, i8jj a MANUFACTURED ICE, Otncc at First National Hank, Stanford. states. The southern Presbyterians in Dairy, from winch I can supply any quantity ot should be subjected to the mortification high Jersey milk to the people of Stanford and Rowof Lincoln county and nnd mighty convocation iaembled Is a Candidatn Ir Jailer for the, reasons Kirtt. It is ma le by a home of being made the defendant in a suit of land at the following prices, delivered : themselves to any his Institution. Second, the Ice is absolutely and nt Macon evolved from their inner con asks else, friends not to commit at home and work as he is forced to stay one chemically pure, brlnif mai'e lrri spring wane, jo cents the character brought by Mies Pollard. Fresh Milk, per gallon which Is first distilled and then carrfullr Kilned sciousness a resolution that "the session His candidacy is suiqect to tne action oi mc in 10 cents Skimmed Milk, por gallon Ltfnre bring fruien third, Artificial Ice ul tail must absolutely euforco tho injunction ocratic party 8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon much longer than pond Ice fourth, an epidemic faWhile ataadiiij; guard over his of Scripture forbidding women to af cholera Is looked lor during thr year and noth.will make two trips daily. The patronage ot the ther's watermelon patch near Vance-bir- g, ing is so apt to pruduie or ipnad this dlicase as in churches or in any way failing to obPEYTON, public is elicited. t .J G. A. Stanford, Ky Impure water or Ice. Fifth, tt xillbs) yr, ward Adams, aged 111, accident serve that relative biibordinntion to man El Cnmes to you every other day tn the year for on which is taught in I Corinthians xi, 13, ly $. The i beapest ana best paper in is.inui( ay ally shot and killed himself. Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- l Notice and iu other places." But Mipio.o the 5, i .nts gels it lor turee monins. Add. ess "Traveling Public. There are over 30,030 colored repubt your Doors I UK ADVOCA11-have had Danville, Ky. lican voters in the State of Ohio, but the women refuse to obey the southern PresKvery morning at tle lottooing l'rice. byterian ministers, what aro they going first colored postmaster in that State was to do about it? Tho other resolution i; For iao pounds or aver 40c er hundred appointed by a demooratic administrathp prettiest companion piece tothat of Kor s pundl to VnnVaWland repainted and nicely furnished and 45c per hundred io with Hotel one of the best sa- tion. For te l jo pounds.. the Presbyterian preachers that youevei Jec per hundred loons ufee State, open day and night; a night ff N less than 10 pound.idelivered, The Bering Sea arbitrators have desaw. It was parsed by the Arknnsn man meetcall trains. In connection with House o K. II It KM r. It Aave also errc ot the best Mineral wells in the Matt cided against the contention of the Unitwoman puurago association, nnd it with ainue 'line j tnd for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs haverelurned reads: "Resolved, That as the churches rl Millinery whichIrom the citlis a smau prom ed States on all points. At the satre I will sell lor G V. Patrick. LouUville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Erin, Tenn . A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. leftover, as fresn as this seasons goods, aro mainly made up of and seasor, will sell nt O. E. Proctor, C II. I.raum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. time they have provided au arrangeby women we will use out from last Hzinllton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. F. Ii. Johnson, ment for tho protection of the seals so Rates Jim Cox, influence against the employment ol COST FOR THE CASH ONLY, Nw Haven, f'trey, Greensburi;. a call $j pet that the wholesale slaughter of the ani clerk. Give me iay,, J. M. My mother, Mrs, Kate Duddcrar, has just re ministers who are opjio.-e-d to our G J. W. CARRIER, Proo oty turned trim thenties with an elegant ltu uf mil. oil I do this mals will not be resumed. movement and pray tho Almightv Tk. irikui wlllbeaole is to reluce my slock at Iinery, embracing to fli out my busiuess There if. an impression at Washing Father to kep them from our midst." Koodssolopportunity. the first I cordially insitc the ladies to call and eaamine ALL OF THE NOVELTIES ton that Hon. Bourke Cockran is sulk Against the iuten.-.- and Koleiiui pruyi-i- i I also wiliut a share ct the;' P,J'.'n' my goods . of an MRS. I.M. of intelligent nine- ae, ing in h.B tent. It is even intimated Of the sratu, ol hlih she will hac lull control F. Ii. RILEY.JProprletor, Stanford, Ky She alto engaged a that Mr. Cockran may eventually put on teenth century women and the dictum Kentucky. bimetallic harness and take the field as of it lot of antique hunkers that plant London, Firt-Claa- s Dress-Maksthemselves on an utterI have moved to my new Hotel and am better an ally of Senator Hill, prepared than ever to accommodate the public. ance of that disgruntled widower Paul, Call and esamlne my stock of Millinery belore Good Livery attached and every convenience The North Pacific railroad went in who e.piesly disclaimed inspiration for tiuytai; and leave ymir order for your dresses s .1h 40 VMilhdown I he unlei signed hastme a call.ji Give ,,-- , Thanking you for past f.uois we aolKil same Ol to the hands of receivers Tuesday. The home of his hayings iu regard to women, F.wesandi I'll k imported and bred 'J heep r nil.-- . . 77 cut, ol Hoyle N') fmei or bitter bred lowest poii 1 which do you think will win? It is strik- ville I " MAltV DAVIS IHTIU.F.RAR. road's stock touched the "V;"-",KM.UICr.l-OOI'Bever known on the New Yoik Exchange ing preachers exactly where they live Manfurd, Ky THOMAS YKAUEK. JAMKS VKACJKR. t .en, having been carried down by when women resolve to support" their ROWLAND, KY. churches no longer, and we could even VEAGER. the report of an imppndine receivership. ! wish that every minister who sots f DEALER IN Cf.OCEf.IES, HARDWARE, ugainst the progress of our On this doctors dou't disigree. It may might work Cibinet Come to Rowland for Hasmoved Smo his nw store nt th junction of L1VES7, rSDANDS&lS STASLS, size only i so per doen Card $1 I will make pikes be regarded as an assured fact that the be struck just so. the Stanford .v trail Orchard and " every Saturday nrnatnr- - At ('rl Orchard at Rowland and ts now better than eer prepared delegates to the Pan American Congrei-A woman has been njipointert professor rales Hoping the cltli ens will talc advantage of to please the trade in both STANFORD. at Washington, who travel over the of elocution at Kiii'n college, l'nglantl. these rates and Ienciiuragomo in my good works, am, respectfully. S'rOCJC Ob'JIGOOLlsJ, rIUCK3, Chesapeake & Ohio Railway will, with Hut the University of Chicago has tlono FRANK COR 1)1 ER. We are In our new stable in (he Opera House Mock and are well supplied with Etc. He has recently added greatly to hi- - stock one accord, praise its sconery and train better than that nnd appointed no les.s and having no rent tu pay and no lots by bad debts than four ladies among its iiintructors he can sell you gid cheaper than any body. I'a'.l service. There is nothing in the way of Alice Freeman NEW RIGS AND HORSES 'V57-iy- r Palmer and Martini and get his prices defers buying lovely mountain views and picturesque Footo Crowe being full professors. The rinest fruit belt of New Mexico. No fall llavftbceii purchased and nottilng.'but valleys of the Virginias, to compare attended urnouts will leave the stabtu. At Cambridge university in England ure in crops under irrigation if properly be to. All fruits crown iu California can with that through which the Ches- all the medhuval and kiowii o1 O modern language In New o. except oranges and apeake Ohio Railrood passes. There honors this year wore gained by women. I.aiid from,Moi10 $ ,0 per aero 011 10 years' lemons. Give $.5 time, at Hatlns pur.hated the per cent. Call on or address, is nothing of historic nature in America At tho graduating exercises of Boston ! S., R. C. .MORGAN, Stanlord, Ky. a great as a trip through the Virginias Dental collego tho fccnior prize for tho and there is no other railroad in Ameri- best examination was won by Miss Mary CRAB ORCHARD Esther Gallup, the one woman in a class Of J W Ramsev, lam In. reasinj thestockas ca superior to the C. & 0. in the smoothof 13. fast as.povtiblc and will 0on have it ness and stability of its tracks, the F. F. Miss Par- - V. Vestibule Limited being one of the both thoCora Goodenow, candidate ofs Democratic and Populist par-titfamous trains of the world. Tho Chesat for school commisMoncr of Ottawa peake & Ohio passes through Bull Hun, county, Mich., Call at tny store on Lancaster itrcet and I will was elected by a largo Mauassas and other noted battle fields majority. make it to your interest to trade with me and is in all respects the best route for This tamed Summer Resort, with its Miss Louise E. Francis of Castroville, W.C. HUTCHINCS. the West, North-WeOQ and South-We3 Cal., is the assistant secretary of the A. U. Latiham to the National Capital. For copy of National Editorial association. John B. Cattleman. Miss Virginia in black and white, free and Francis is also the plucky and successful Hoaling Wators and Boatful Surfull information regarding rates and proprietor of the C'astrovillo Enterprise. roundings, train service, address C. B. Ryan. AssisSept. 1 tho Unitarian church at Genen tant G. P. A , Cincinnati, Ohio. eva. Ills., will have for its pastor Rev. tlieRe-- f Celia Parker Woolley. Tho Unitarian Gucstg.p Stoi Ovkrs on World's Fair Tickkt;. church at Geneva is to bo congratulated Ail persons buying tickets to the on securing a pastor of such eloquence LIYEKPOOL. Sfo?y 25 Health and pleasure seekers will find this World's Columbian Exposition via the and earnestness. a. & Crescent route will be - j - popular Queen Wo are informed that for years the fOorKs. AN ADMIRABLE PLACE allowed stop over privileges on all tick- Duchess of Devonshire has been writing & OASTLEMAN SU.fi? LRT & ets including tho3o limited to 15 days, at anonymously for tho London Saturday .1 HAVE To recover th?ir wonted health and energies anil MANAGERS, Cincinnati, Louisville, Indianapolis and I.eview. I wonder if she writes those OILVERWW100 Valuable Town Lots "and 100 at the name time secure quiet, home. like fare at mean things about women? Commerce Building, Louisville Chattanooga within final limit on both Acres of Valuable .Lands, Ono of tho most cheering signs of tho going and returning trips. For further Agents thiol (fiout the Soutb. Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt All lying alonside of depot machine shops and lr ce of Hoard fro n $7 to $11 perjweek. information, as to stop overs, rates, Ac, timo is tho universal interest women are Ko fur h.r inlorm ition apply to yards sell at a bargain, call on or address agentsconnecting lines taking in physical culture and activo personal attention given to repair gether at Cotbin. Will or would exchange all to or separately, lor i.utdoor exercise. Tho crazo has over- work. One call will convince you GUS HOI MANN, TBIBBLI, Local Agent, Q. AC. route. D. O. Edwards, General taken even tha French nnd Russian Parm. t.oiicKnneiice solicited W. D.T. CHKSNUT, that this is the place to trade. Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Ky. Pflsaeuger Agent, Cincinnati, 0. ;Corblu, Ky. STANFORD, KY. Eliza Abchahd Co.vnek. l-2- Married on laat caiimlay, by A. J Gibony, Mr. Nicholas Inp.rt to Mrs. LizPublished Every Tuesday and Friday zie Garret. Also last week Mr. MereAT dith Lee to Miss Nannie S. Mills. xmck Yicvit i.n" license have also been issued to the WWheu not o paid $2.60 v. III be charged. following couples. James Gilpin and Jliss Nannio L. Hardwick; Wes Creek and Mies Lottie B. Taylor. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Circuit court closed Saturday evenreturning ing. We learn that 1)7 indictments were Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., m. at s:xo found against the citizens of this county L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. for various offenses. The largo courthouse was crowded for three or four days a Mail train going North la 7 pro " " South ..113 pm while the case of William Allen for kill-in- ; 11 31 pm Express train " South Ben Barlow was pending. Allen a ..33 am ..936 Local Freight North was prosecuted with vigor and was reso..a 07 pm ' South..... lutely defended. Ablo speeches were The latter trams alio carry passengers Tha above ii calculated on standard time. Solar made for the Commonwealth by J. C. m ii about 10 minutes fatter. Muncie, W. A. Morrow and Bryant QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Stone, and for the defense by J. Boyle Stone, J. E. Hays, A. R. Clarke and Geo. Trains pass Junction City as follows: After the case was submitted No. , Vestibule Limited, 11.50 E. Stone. ... I., m., 4tU. $ f..1a. la.!UIICUf lllia,,U f la...... rf.JS A. III.! Ka. . the jury strived industriously for half a New Orleans Kxprru, 12 7 a. m ; No. 7., Local, but failed to 13.12 p. m.; No. 9., Klue Grass Vestibule, 8.40 p. day to come to a verdict, M. Limited, 6.43 agree and were discharged as a hung juNo. a, Vestibule p. m.J No. 4., Fast Mail, a.31 p. m.; No. 6 , Chlga-z- a ry. We understand that some were for Limited, 1.17 a. m., No. i, Local, 2.55 a. iu.; clearing the defendant, some for giving No. 10, Klue Grass Specisl, 6 a. m. him a light sentence of two years, others from 5 to 10 years, and one for the extreme penalty of the law. A number of cases both of a mild and grave character were continued until the next court. Whisky cases have been prosecuted with much vim. Interior Journal LIBERTY. WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. 'i Concerning tli Hraillng of Papers ut W6ui-hi- sa auvancb Mar-riajr- e MEANS IUSINESS. Bi'v your school hooks and school supplies ol all kinds at A. H. Penny's. Watches, clocks and jewelry repnired and warranted. Eugraving a specialty, at A. Ii. Penny's. Tub soda water syrups Bt A. It. Penny's are made with pure fruit juices and urn delightful. Taj.1 thorn. XTOTZCXr We will Deliver IOE Every Morn DR. W. B. PENNY Dentist. JOHN first-clas- s DcNARDI, HUFFMAN Garrard h College, P- - Lancaster, J. po-- -- TO Largest Best DINK FARMER 1 HSouth-bounda -- .- 1 mar-fin- I a. a a. aaa ai v 1 1 sr-- u North-bcun- -- W. DEBORD FOR PRIVATELY. -- I 40-i- m e II. F. ELKIN, TO TH1 1 ILADXXS. t& Bakincr tbwaef JNO. BRIGHT KENNEDY, eloquence-extempore- . Commercial Hotel, THE GOFFEY HOUSE -- Pure W.E. JOSEPH COFFEY, Pror. JOHN BAILEY, JOHN MERSHON jT-- tl HHxp PRICE, J. r j Original Jellico Coal. C. D. FOWEIX, PETER INSURANCE AGENT . Stanford, Kentucky The People of Stanford I T. NEWLAND, first-cla- mrna-doe- s, 1 First-Cla- ss T. J. HATCHER sj-ea- k 91-- 1 THE ADVOCATE , tothe Tho S.h.eltozi House, 1 n aavei3-:ouncctio- MILLINERY. 1 1 I d ITow Millinory. THE RILEY HOUSE n Illll-Lh- m4 I l.SOO-yoars-ol- d For SalQ. - r. -- iyiv ,''' -- J HI. HZILTOIfcT " him-Fel- PHOTOGRAPHS firt-cla- s u-ii- n VEAGER & s $ t-- Th. Poooa Valley. GOME to SEE ME: : first-cla- n (1 Grocery Business n tlicm a Call. Complete iu Every ticular. BANK -:- THE JEWELER. STANFORD, SPRINGS. cepUonof st st ROYAL OP Stock Most Complete 3 nsurance Company EJ&GHTSgt jz:$wiiiiivnizzz: Basses. JSimm J-! . y-yy- -t &fe. J& Is Now Open for . BARBEE w-- - Reasonable Rates. 2l Ulue-Ura- la-lie- s. 4- ii.ifc.- U- J - -- ...' f- -.. ,.1 . ... en ., . ,, . - , t, . Mn . a wm4hfrm s"X.