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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893082501 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. S tx 1 j T7 i vol. XXI. Semi Weekly Interior STANFORD, KY.. FBIDAV. AUGUST 25. 1893. LANCASTER, BARRARD COUNTY. o Journal. NO. 51 ' GRAB ORCHARD. Mr 0.0. I'arrisu, of Clifton Forge, Work on the new onglno-houshas Va., was with her Bister, Mrs. V. Buch- been resumed. anan. Mr. J. K. Halloy has returned afTho union meeting will be held nt ter an extended tour, including a visit the Presbyterian church, Sunday night, to Han Diego, Cal , but wo believe that conducted by Hev. It. Graham Frank. . ho finds Kentucky an good u place to In thoMirvcy for the water works it live oa any. was found that Dix river at tho nearest Mies Bessie Mttgce had it narrow point was UIO feet below tho level of tho last Sunday. Shu was driving to public square. I'reachersyillo when the horse became Hev. J. It Tercy is visiting his relafrightened, overturued thu buggy nnt tives In Indiana. Elder J. C. Frank she and Dr. Wall were thrown from it. continues to Improve, but is still conWith the exception of a few bruises fined to his room. neither were hurt. The public school opanod Monday The Odd Fellows have had a force of with an unusuully large attendance. eight or ten men cleaning up the ceme- Tho principal, Mr. Lewis Walker, is tery, cutting the undergrowth, rolling assisted by Miss Kliza Lusk. the walks and drives. A new fence Frank Turner was tried in the cirAny cuit court on the charge of forgery, but and nice gate are to be added. one to see It would hardly recognize it was acquitted, tho judge giving a peras the same place. Thote who own lots emptory instruction to tho jury. Ho is will now feel more like arranging and still in jail charged with carrying a pisbeautifying them. There is no lovelier tol. place for a cemetery anywhere and with The grand jury Is making it pretty very little pains it can bo kept well. Mr. hot for the hoys. Most of them, howov Terry King has raised his lot a foot or er, are like Jew Huffman, who said he two, sodded it nicely and it is one of the never remembered nnything that happrettiest on the hill. pened after night and couldn't see well For Salk. A very desirable proper- in daylight. ty in Crab Orchard, situated on Main Mary, daughter of Mr. and Cemetery streets; house, has six good J. P. Oram), died Wednesday afternoon rooms, pantry, kitchen and all necessary after a brief illness of diphtheria. Tho outbuildings and lot contains three funeral will take place this, Thursday, acre of good, rich land. Tho well of afternoon at the residence of tho little splendid water on this property is worth one's grandfather, Mr. 11. C. Jennings. thu price askel for th place, as the late Tho case of tho Commonwealth vs Dr. Graham spoke of it as being worth Canor Roberta for the killing of Deputy C cents a drink to anyone suffering Sheriff Bales, of Madison county, was from kidney or liver trouble, ThiH prop- called in the circuit court Wednesday. erty cotnmauds a good rent price and The regular panel was exhausted withwould be a splendid home (or anyone out securing a single juror and the judge desiring to tale advantage of Crab Or- -' ordered the sheriff to summon r0 men chard's noted waters. For terms from Lincoln county to report Thursday. Mrs. Kettie Huchunan, Crab Orch- Mr. T. S. Farris was sworn in as special ard, Ky. deputy to do the work. Mr. K. B. Horan. of Kl Paso, says Little Kva, thu daughter of Mr. J. It. Bailey, came to see me yes that eating is a mere matter of habit. terday and with swollen eyes and choked Ho has just completed a fast of II days, voice, asked me if 1 would not send a during which time ho drank water but piece to the Journal, she wrote about took no food and worked regularly. He her horse which was killed bv a freight claims that all appetite is abnormal, owtrain near her home. Comidering her ing to the stimulants people use in food ago we think the piece is worth? to be and drink. If Mr. Horan would continpublished aud she said she wanted her ue to refrain from tho use of food, ho little cousins lu Mercer county who took might come to the conclusion that dying is a mere matter of habit. (tie paper to know that Uoh was dead. Miss Maggie Jennings returned from IN MKMOin Of UOIIKKT. Cynthiaiia Wednesday. Tft-aMr. Graham one one August Summer morn, The sun was shining hot, Price, of Danville, is visiting his grandDear Itobert to thu railroad strayed mother, Mrs. Susan Price. Misses Mat-ti- e And before the engine got. Brown and Annie Hoyston left Thursday for Chicago to nttnd tho World's The train came pulling up behind And blew wltti all its might, Mr. Win. Ureenleaf, of Little Fair. But Itobert beiug very deaf, Hock, Ark., is visiting his mother, Mrs. Did not hear it right. Lucinda Ureenleaf. Misses Laura Smith, irazlug peacefully on the trunk, Sallie Tillett anJ Mrs Louis Ltudram Not knowing danger nigh, en-cathe'J-year-old ad-dres throughout thu country to show whether human sympathy is a thing of tho the devil take tho hindmost. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY 'w The I. J, Man at tho London Fair. 21 London, Aug. The ninth annuo! past aud whether tho rule should be for exhibition of tho Laurel County Stock i every follow to look out for himself and Fair Association began Wednesday unCOUNTY. walton E. C WALTON Walton Bros. MANAGERS der the most auspicious circumstances aud that this meeting, like its predeces-sors.wi- ll be a successful one, seems to be Mr. T. L. Bird spent Sunday in a foregone conclusion. With n splendid Middlesboro. board of directors and R. M.JJackson, Dr. Blain spent part of last week Eeq , president, thero is no srch word as at Beo Creek Springs. fail thought of aud the stockholders aro Kid. J. E. Terry will begin a meet- jiiBt as certain of drawing from 13 to '20 ing at Mooney's Chapel next Monday. per cent, as they aro that they are living. Charles Finley, S. A. Ingram and J. The crowd Wednesday was good and be M. Davis aro candidates for tho Legisla- ing ladies day, the women, God bless ture. them, were all there. Everything imagEverybody should remember the inable was on exhibition and the lovers Whitley County Fair, which begins Aug. of agricultural products, fine needle :0, and not fail to attend. work, birds of the air, kc, were as much Hiley Gibson was found a lunatic "in it" as were the admirers of equine ill lliilf 1 i"l"i t' T"zZj mjKH Cf7"m Klectric Lighted; Seats 500; Large Stage; Good Scenery. 'UT Mtrr HBBBSsiId Corrc-powileii- -- JBttisES with good attractions solicited. last Monday and sent to the asylum at Anchorage. Mr. Chandler, of Campbollsvllle, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Dr. Adkins. L. K Tupper will leave this week for Kansas to take charge of a school. This will leave tho Congregational church without a pastor. On Tuesday, about 10 a.m., an alarm of tiro was given and it was found that the. kitchen of Jasper McFarland was on tire. It was a small building and separate from tho rest of tho house. A crowd soon gathered and tho room was torn away. Mr. Willard Ames is very sick with tho fever. Mr. D. It. Clark, of Jackson, spent last Saturday and Sunday here. J. N. Sharp was in Huntaville last Sunday. Col. M E. Thornton, of Hickory, N. 0., was hero last Saturday. Capt. Ed Taylor, of Cincinnati, gave our town a ca'l Tuesday. Dr. P. A. Pennington returned from LTnion countj, Tenn., last Friday, leaving his mother much better. Mr. Frank Smith, who has been very sick, is able to be out again. Circuit court began Monday with 173 equity cases, &i ordinary aud 373 cases on the Commonwealth's docket. McGaw, for tho murder of Mlddleton, in Harlan county, is set for next Monday. John Paxton, for the murder of MIIiIb Bryant, is 'set for Wednesday. Tho misdemeanor docket was gotten through with Tuesday evening. John Hays, of Barbourville, Judgo J. W. Alcorn, of Stanford, W. L. Brown, of London, and E. N. Ingram, of Pineville, are visiting attorneys. DANVILLE. (Advocate.) The engine knocked him very hard And left him there to die. Beside tho railroad track, 1'oor Robert now hits gone to rest And ne'er mere- can come back. - spent Wednesday ut Gilbert's creek. They buried htm beneath the sod, No funeral sermon held we there. But many tfitrs ivu shed And as the evening shades drew nigh Wc strewed tlowert on the dead I heard that nil our neighbors cried, But perhaps what made thorn sore, Is that Itobert if not here now, To be borrowed any more. Miss Lizzie Walker has returned from Dripping Springs. Misses Alice Voung aud Minnie May Armstrong entertained a few friends last Monday evening. Refreshments were served aud the Lancaster String Band furnWhed the music for the occasion. Miss Nave of Danville, is visiting Mrs. C. C'.stormes. John Doty eutertaineil a few Iriends at lea 1U Mr. Augdeii I'.. Bui.k. "huston'ville." were brought ment Bridowater's remains hert' Monday for inter- The Methodist meeting at Moroland is growing in interest and latgely attended by our people. Mies Lena Harnett gave n parly at her pretty hoirip last Friday, t'liito a number of our young society people at- tended. Tho Presbyterian Academy lim been tinclmnged for the public school building. The academy will be used for thu public school and the latter for the Presbyterian paraonngo. Tho Sunflower Club entertained at Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Adams' on tho 17th. It proved a most delightful ailair. Several visitors and many belles and beaux from our sister cities were present. Light refreshments were served and dancing enjoyed until a late hour. Miss Lou llocker has been quite ill, but is improving. Dr. II. Brown has also been on thu side list, but is convales-ant- . Messrs. K. 0. Hopper and Carroll Keid, of Latonia, wore hero with friends for several days. Mrs. L. F. Hutl'man has returned to Lexington. Mr. Walton Kastland, of Danville, was here Tuesday. Harry Hooker Bpent Sunday with the old folks. Messrs. W. D. Woatherford, J. S. Good, Gill Cowan and Jas. Baugh-inahave returned from tho World's Fair. Misses Kdith Kercheval and Catherine Voting will return soon to Covington after having spent several weeks here. They will leave many friends. a Stores were closed and all factories except tho ice factory shut down in Brunswick, Ga., on account of the yellow fever and 3,000 people tied from tho city. Collector Ben Johnson is incensed over a statement of Gon. Gross, publishl that a check ed in the of his had gone to protest. He will bring suit for libel. Courier-Journa- Wednesday evening. Circuit court convened on the 'Jltt with a light docket. Tho charge of Judge Sautloy to the grand jury wits comprehensive and explicit and uup'e&a-e- d ttiose present with his determination to require an enforcement of the laws to the full extent of his power. It was replete with sound reasoning and was listened to with marked attention by tho juiy, tho members of tho bar and all who were in attendance. Judge Saufley dispatches buMness rapidly and pleasantly aud there is a prevailing opinion that justice will bn meted out in his courts impartially and without denial or delay. John Sam Owsley, the young Commonwealth's attorney, is on hand ami by his courteous bearing aud strict attention to his duties has won the, confidence and respect of the people univer. sally. Hon. It. C. Warren was elected special judge and presided in tho absence of Judge Sautloy on Tuesday, occasioned by the temporary indisposition of the regular judge--. Judge Warren tilled thu bench gracefully, ably and satisfactorily. Mr. Maurice IClinkonstein, a Inlander, fed 1,000 of the suti'ering poor in New Vork City, on Sunday last, and announces his determination to continue his dinners daily as long as hia money holds out. Here is a practical demonstration of charity worthy of imitation and it would be well to have the attention of our congressmen and public otli rials, as well as tho rich corporations all over tho land, called to it. Tho Now Harrison Vork Press says sympathizes with tho people In their sufferings from tho panic, hut it is not known that ho has manifested a disposition to contribute any portion of the ho drew from tho treasury as president to alleviate tho autferiugs of hia destitute fellow citizens. Compared with Mr. KlIukonstein'H practicel charity Mr. Harrison's sympathies are a 0 mockery. A congressman with a salary might soothe propriety of a portion of tho same in assisting his needy constituents whom he professed to lovo so woll beforo tho election. Now is the time for the good people Jo,-00do-voti- ng The Opera House is being remodel, ed and will be treated to now opera chairs and scenery The tine of 850 against County Attorney W. O. Goodloe for gambling has been set aside and a new trial ordered. The democratic committee has decided to settle the race for county judgo between Logan Caldwell and J. M. by a primary election Oct. 7. Nelson Wingate's will, which was probated Monday, gives his $73,000 Nelson aud Claude May, William and Albert Durham aud Nancy Evans. The Mayaville Fair began Tuesday. Al Mulchings gut second money in the 2 10 trot, purse ;f, with Clover Leaf. Tho race was won by Pelerine. Time Van-Meter flesh. It has been my pleasure to bo present DANVILLE, KY. at eight of the nino Fairs that Laurel has had and 1 have gotten to look forward to The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. tho meetings. The people are so kind Willi a full course of study, both English and Cla.iical While the course ol instruction is espeto prepare young men for the Freshman Cln, it is intended at the same and attentive to the visitors that it real- ciallya adapted Kngllih education to any who desire it In connection with the Academy, time to furnish liberal ly makes ono feel that it is good to ,be A there. The grounds are in splendid shape this year and compare very favor- Has been established in the Home and under the personal cont.ol ci the Principal. Regular study and the hours under the . ably with those in the Tho a Christian home supervision of the Principal and assistants advantages. restraints and governmant of ire combined with the best educational For further particular in regard to board, tuition, etc., address track, which is a half mile, is in good condition and if tho horse do not "go JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. down the line" pretty fast, it may wel be charged to some other cause. One of the most interesting rings on Wednesday was that of the "finest boy baby." The contestants were a dozen or more and Dr. T. T. Caldwell was the RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. proud father of the winner. "The pretThree Colleges ; Three Training Schools Fifteen denartmentsof ttudv. Healthful location ir Gymnasium crounds. Moderate pinrnjri tiest girl baby" camo next and a little tne heart ot me Hlueorass Keglon CO from thirtyaud Athleticcountries. For full tofotmatiot flGO to Attendance last session States and Swiss named Kramer carried ofl the ma caiaiofut ppiy 10 a. ti. jsl,antvn, u. v., uaanceiior, xichmoml, Kentucky. honors. The tying of the strings in both cases were entirely satisfactory and if a single mother went away mad, the I. J. man did not hear of it. Our hustling correspondent, Mr. John J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Pearl, is a prominent personage at the fair. He wears a "police" badge and 1893. makes an A 1. Besides this he acts as ring marshal and occasionally assists in full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers, Superior courses in Literature, Music sad getting off the flyers. "Ho is indispen- An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. sable," said one of the directors and I am more than willing to believe the assertion. By the way, Mr. Pearl render9 ed me some very valuable assistance and "Z.y. for which I am duly thankful. London is moving on smoothly nnd FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. notwithstanding the hard times, is imA SCHOOL AND HOME KOIt GIRLS. proving right along. The greater porflood Faculty; superior advantages; a beautiful and healthful location. Special course ami special of the "burnt district" is built up tion those inducements offered and substantial business houses and The College has beentorecentlywho desire toamake teachers. Our mm is to make cur pupils thorough rented, anJ College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, dwellings now stand where ashes and &c, have been added. M. O. THOMSON, Principal. ruin held sway when I was here in May last. The Baptist church is about completed and before many moons wax and wane the Methodists will also have a a new and splendid house of worship. i In Square or round top, zinc or canvas; Tho Daltoiitb Dunn Comedy Co. is' holding the boards here this week and is playing to fair houses; The show is quite good and Belle Marlowe, the lead-- j ing lady, is pretty and cute as you find j And- - Centre College Academy. Home Boarding and Training Department blue-grass- CENTRAL university t-- Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 5th CHMIOTICAN G&UUKUM Hustonville, ) I VALII 'em. 'J JOJ. Dan Thomaa was tlned ;0l, Pete Golden ll'OO and Charles CundilV J100 for selling whisky in town. Thomas replevied, Golden went to tho and Cundiir took an appeal. Thnmps Bailey has threshed !23".i bushels of Burr oats from four acres of land. He kept count of the yield from L'OO bundles. One hundred bundles threshed 11 bushels and another lot of 1(H) threshed 101. Local buyers say $1 is the ruling price for hemp, though very little is being done in this line. Farris & Whitley bought of G it. Engleman four yearling mules at $10 and some two from other parties at Same bought some IKK) pound feeding cattle at ;"c. W. H. Prewitt shipped L'liO lambs to Cincinnati yesterday bought at cents. They averaged 73 pounds. Dr. C. H. B. Martin announced from pulpit Sunday that, at a congregahis tional meetiug to be held in tho Second Presbyterian church on Sunday, Sept. 3d. he would request tho members to take action on his resignation of th6 pastorate. Dr. Martin, it will bo recalled, was offered a chair in tho Theological Seminary last Spring, but until now no intimation of his iuteutions has been made public. Mrs. Louisa T. Harlan, second wifo of Col. Jacob Harlan, died Saturday morning of' cholera morbus after a brief illness. Mrs. Harlan was a native of Lincoln county aud was in her USth year. Her .naiden name was Louise Tompkins Center. Sho wtia twice married, her first husband being Ho v. John Two Roberts, a Methodist minister. children survive her Mr. J. S. Roberts, of this city, aud Mra. Richard D. Bruco. Mrs. Harlan was a member of tho Methodist church and was n splendid woman. work-hoii90 year-old- s The town is full to overflowing with ' pretty girls aud it is useless to state that boys are happy. Preparations are being made for a grand hopnt the Catching Hotel this, Thursday night, and tho young people are looking forward with much pleasure to it. Mr. Jesse Hilton, an nged citizen of Lily, was found dead on tho railroad track near that place Wednesday morning. He had been drinking for several days and it is supposed that he sat down on the track to rest. It is not known irlint trniti kill.,! Iiim The wifo ot Win, Gilbert died Wednesday of typhoid fever. Iliad tho pleasure of diniugatMr. John Pearl's Wednesday and tho further pleasure of meeting his estimable wife and cousin, Miss Bessie Adam?, of Paint Lick, who is their guest. Tho dinner was a repast lit for the gpds, and as tho I. J. man does not strike such things every day, it goes without saying that he did full justice to thu meal. to TE.L.ESC H. JL In canvas, rubber or leather. iCdOj J. McROBERTS. Elegant New Stock of aCVllgS, i K. C. W. ROWLAND. ;(i-'.5- t). PKKhoxtL. Mies Millie Stevenson V. L. has returned from May wood. Watts and wife, of Louisville, are visiting Mra. J. V. Carrier. Zan Duddernr aud family, of Louisville, aro visitiuj; relatives. Floyd Ingram's two eons, of Krin, Teun., are spending a few days with their grandfather, Isaac Hamilton, Sr. Mrs. T. A.and Mike Klkin, and Mre. M. U. Hughes, of Garrard, were here on Wednesday. It is all a mistake about this city being dead. Sho is "slightly disfigured but still in tho rinj,'." With many hospitable, enterprising citizens mid a host of natural advantages, and many of tho best artificial aids to make life happy and agreeable, her future is by no means ti dark ono. There are trains coining in and going out daily. Our residences are the latest style and our water works are refreshing. We lnvo a church well attended and a school of So pupils in a nourishing condition. A first class hotel, under the management of Capt. J. W. Carrier, makes the transient people feel like they were at home, that is if they have a good homo. Judge T. L. Sheltou, our new postmaster, is so kind and abligiug that he will inform a man Tho Louisville & Nashville- tologra-pher- s that ho has mail and walk several hunyards to it. have decided to strike rather than dred in a better deliver than Who would place livo this'.' live accept the proposed 10 percent, reduc- stores are able to furnish the people with the necessaries of life. tion. 1 1 1 Carpets, Mattings -- AT- Severance & Son .FOR, Fancy GroceriecBrcad, Cakes, Pies Candies, Lunches, Fruits, &c, callonrzimmer THE BAKER. A Good Meal for 25 Cts. Orders for Hrend by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. Ad R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. dress. V !$ n. r is a demagogue of . , 6 OR 8 PAGES. - IP I relief to the people. A great financier Climax. and statesman be the tall sycamore of The safe of J. W. Ham & Bros., at Wabash, to be sure. Scottville was blown open by burglars and 53,000 in money and $15,000 of Al DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Thl London Echo is shaking its littlo len county bonds stolen. Kor Reprvnenutive, sides in carhinuation because the proof A dispatch from Carrollton says reader of this paper overlooked the idi- that the Kev. William Warileld, tho HELM. otic typographical error of "unconstitu- Rev. William Skelton and Ambrose Of the few remaining days we have allotted to the almost exclusive sale of Summer Clothing, Dress tional" instead of unconditional repeal. Willis were drowned iu tho Ohio by Goods, etc. Since Summer is waning and "Autumn with its sere and yellow leaf is in the near future For Superintendent of Public Sc oolt, As the Echo lives in a glass house we the sinking of their boat. All are col- we have determined ta drop these goods so low that when we give you the prices it will be music as McCLARY. W. would suggest that it is dangerous for it ored. Tho bodies have not been re- exhilarating as that made by the to throw stones. We could smash its covered. habitation into smithennes if we were Col. Jero Baxter, of Nashville, Iibb Tiikke were some surpripes in the A make up of the committees by Speaker not an advocate of nthouy ComstocK's secured backing and it is said will at once proceed to complete the Knoxville Crisp, but the general impression is that ideas. g and Nashville railroad from Nashville to be did even better than was expected. The Western Associated Press is Mr. Wilson, of West Virginia, supplant behi ud in the rapid advance of the some point on the Cincinnati Southern. And likcthat organization, our prices will soothe your "savage breast" if the high prices of our com- We insist that you shall not take our word for it, but visit our Empo. Mr. Springer, of Illinois, as chairman of procession and is being dropped slow- The road is now in operation between petitors have you wrought up. the most importaint committee on ways ly but surelv by the newspapers. The Lebanon, Tenn., nnd the Crawford coal rium and and means and Mr. Spiinger is put at l has discontinued to fields, a distance of 54 miles, leaving St head of banking and currency. The use its dispatches and will hereafter re- miles to be built. the appointment makes Mr. Wilson the par- ceive them of the United Press, a young MIDDLEBURG. ty leader of the House for which be its and more vigorous rival. The with peculiarly fitted. The old "Watch Do?" Bruce Haldeman at its head, can always Edgar Miller, the 1) year old son of we have in store for your edification and delectation. We "play all that Holman, of Indiana, Is very properly be relied on to get there. Win. Miller, felljdown stairs Saturday and In the way of panic prices that is on the bills" sell goods as represented and always give entire satisfaction. These goods arc going relegated to a less important chairman broke his arm below the elbow. Tuk president has completed the apA bird in the hand is worth two in the bush, so ship than that of appropriations. lie is Dr. W. h. Lowder, who was over rapidly at fabulous figures, and our loss is your gain. the head of Indian affairs, while Mr. pointment of collectors in Kentucky by from Mt. Olive yesterday, tells us that grasp this the golden opportunity of your existence. Don't delay but keep up with the big procession Mr. naming Mr. Davazac in the Covington there are several cases of typhoid fever en route to our store Sayres, of Texas, takes bis place. don't miss it, remembering that the saddest words of tongue or pen are just simHolman is one of those economists who and Maj. T. H. Shelby in the Lexington in that viciuity. ply these "it might have been." save at the epile and loose at the bung. district. The former was for several Mr. Eberle Martin and Miss Julia He has a soldier district and he could years a member of the legislature. The Wells were married at the residence of hardly vote pensions large enough, nor latter 15 a grandson of Gov. Shelby and Mr. E. S. Wells, Yosemite, on tho 17th : : liberal enough, so great was his desire the father of Col. Breckinridge's law inst., Rev. J. Q. Montgomery officiating. Chairman partner. He is a farmer and a very popto please that element. Dr. W. L. Lowder is the democratic of coinage, ular man. A. URKANSKV, Bland is retained as chairman cindidate for County Superintendent but the committee is stocked against him Tuk Iowa democrats, satisfied with of Schools of Casey. The doctor is an 11 to 0 and be is harmless. Our own the Moses that led them to the promised accomplished scholar and gentleman. Gov. McCreary is given the head of the laud, huve unanimously renominated Dr. Lowder received his literary educa and is in all respects the best route for -- : committee on foreign affairs, as he Gov. Boies for a third term, although he tion at the normal school of Valparaiso, the West, North-Weand South-Weshould have beeu. He is eminently en- expreesed himself against the principle Ind., and at the Central Normal Collego to the National Capital. For copy of titled to it and from long service on it of a third term in office. The platform of Danville, Ind., taking the scientific Virginia in black and white, free and Ki'hKKi'NCKS. W. A. Slayma-ker- , and close study is fully equipped for its reaffirms the National platform and ex- course at tho latter institution. The Dr. full information regarding rates and A. G. Huffman, J. C. McCla-ry- , duties. The other Kentuckians who get presses confidence in Congress to meet is thoroughly qualified for the office train service, address O. B. Ryan. Asais-tan- t J. W. Perm, J. V. Wallace, chairmanships are Ellis, revision of laws, the requirements of the financial condi- which he seeks, and will, if elected, G. P. A . Cincinnati, Ohio. John New-land-, J. N. Mencfee, E. and Montgomery, expenditures in the tions. pare no pains in elevating the standard G. Waller, Wm. Rice, W. C. AbCol. Breckinridge is FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. war department. of the common schools of this county. bey, T. . Meals, H. K. Wcarcn, second on appropriations, while the gal Tue democratic candidate for county The teachers institute convened here W. G. Kaney. A. J. Karp. Mark Hardin sold to Mack Uhhoii lant old soldier, "Col. Silas Adams, will clerk in Fleming wears the lucky name Monday at 10 o'clock with Supt. J, W. n gelding for f 00. serve on militia. It looks like the of James B. McCreary. If he develops Hoskins presiding. V. R. Coleman was Milk cow and sheep for sale. w. 11. Kvery one guaranteed, Special speaker has done mighty well. He has the staying and get there Eli qualities of elected secretary and Kuoch Wesley, R. Camnbell. MKinney. inducements now offered. is above harbor- his distinguished namesake, the Flem- S. Rector and Mies Bertie McKinuey apat least shown that he vaunsoM Lot of nice, white seed rye for pale ing personal resentments by giving ing county Jeems is not likely to ever pointed a committee on program. There S. K Owsley, Hubble. chairmanships to those who opposed his know from experience what Judge Jew- are 51 teachers in attendance. Prof. W. H. WEAREN Southdown ewes and bucks for sale. candidacy when he beat Roger Q. Mills ell says of politics. E Lumley, of Hickman, Ky., is conH Fowler, Stanford. Dr O. and other good ones for the speakership. a manner highRichard Robinson bought in Casey Cait. Elms, who represents the 'Jd ducting the exercises inteachers. Profs. ly satisfactory to the a bunch of extra good feeders at J to We desire to sound a note of warning Kentucky district in Cougress, made a Huff and Allen are sparing no piim to into the auricular of the editor of the speech in opposition to the uncondi- make the institute a success. The haul -- Sheep and Lambs for sale, 10 ww, Owensboro Inquirer, one A.J. Casey by tional repeal of the Sherman bill. The boys are doiug their part to add to the L"i wether lambs and one very fine South I want to reduce my Targe name. Once upon a time there lived captain seems to have a knack of getting enjoyment of the teachers and vmitors. stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry down buck. Terms eacy. Jos. H.xllou. upon the banks of the raging Licking on the wrong side of most questions. ami offer them at prices never so low. Call and examine the especial men Miss Willie Gann deserves At tho Mt. Sterling court Monday stock. and to be more specific, in the city of tion for her ellicioncv at the organ. J. about 400 cattle sold from to l cenU; NEWSY NOTES. Ladies watches former price $50 now jS.jooo; Newport, an editor who took great deC. Lay and P. H. Taylor, republican 1,000 sheep from Si 50 to ?!, few horses Ladies watches former price $35 now $27.00; light in referring to the head engineer The Columbus, O., Buggy Co. lost candidates for county superintendent and mules low. Ladies' watches former price $2$ now Si 7. 50! of this craft as "Old Man Walton." $ .'iO.OOO by a fire. are here putting in some good lickM Reports from every cotton producScarcely a day passed that he did not W. S. Youok baa been appointed among the boys. Dr. W. L. Lowder is ing county ir. Texas, indicate that the Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the show his disregard of the truth by such postmaster at Berea. also here looking after his interests Stain f'Mti will fall ""JO per cent, below a reference, but a Mme of retributiou The prohibitiouista of .Mercer have among the democratic members of the that of last j ear. : : came and Laurie J. Blakely, oh where nominated Caldwell McAfee for the institute. The teachers are prompt and colored man of George Grimsby, was he? The Journal ceased to make its legislature. Supt. Hoskins is having but little trouble Hardin county, raised a cabbage which This sale will be-- made for CAS 1 Kring the money along with you. diurnal appearance and since then ita The Cherokee Strip will be opened in securing proper attention ami feet weighed pound and measured editor has never been heard of. Take to settlement at noon, Central standard himself us being highlv pleased 10 inches across. warning from this dreadful recital, Brer time, Saturday, Sept. 1(1. with the proceedings up to this (WedMascot, the king of pacers, "foun Casey, and do not tamper with fate. No Two thousand people left Bruns- nesday) morning. II. H. KINO dered" in a heat at Fort Wyne. Satur ril'OKGK I). I'KrwiTT. man can live and no paper survive that wick, Ga. because of the new cases of NOTEd. the great day, and it is believed that uses old in connection with the youthful yellow fever and went to Athens, Ga,, Dodge Judd is the only bald headed hois! will never pace again. editor of tho Interior Journal. A the mayor of the latter town opening teacher in attendance. The first appearance of peanuts in word to the wise is north two iu the the gates to the refugees. Prof. Hull is the funny man of the mercantile history was a consignment of MORELAND, KY., bush. Drs. Wills and Bear, two Indian fa- institute and has several times brought 10 bairs sent from Virginia to New We have opened up a nice line ol York for sale in ISO I. In 1S!J the pro Thk Louisville Poet confesses that it kirs, assaulted a woman at Somerset and down the Iioubo with his wit. We notice some fled. They were followed to Tennessee "sparking" duct was 'J.OOO.OOO bushels. has no love for Gov. McCreary, but it in forced to commend hiH great speech in by Special Agent T R. Griffin and cap- being done by a certain couple. J. W. Hales bought 100 cattle from If it takes two yards of cloth to make Smith A Klack. average 1.5il. at lie, !?0 advocacy of the unconditional repeal of tured and were brought back. Marion county is greatly excited J. O. Southerland a pair of panti, how of Harvey Chenault, average 1,55:1, at We paid spot cash for these eoods bouuht them where? w, mnl.l ,,.. the purchasing clause of the Sherman over the burning of barns by negroes in much leather will be required to make All dehorned and us nice as you ever the most lor the least money. Hardware was bought in car load bill. We can not see why any man, in lots ' which enables us to make very low prices. Salt whose way he is not, can have aught but retaliation for the arrest of one of their J. R. Staton a pnir of shoes? saw. Richmond Climax. Si. 50. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you good feelings for Gov. McCreary. The first blue ribbon in the liveThe number for attempted rape and there is HUBBLE. goiugto be somebody hung. at the World's Fair wa money. jealous politicians dislike him, hut Edistock exhibit Dr. George H. Walling, of LouisWe are opening up a splendid line of .Millinery. The Lancaster hiuI Danville Turn tied on a three year oid shorthorn bull tor Knott is in position to be above petty spites and jealousies. Gov. McCreary ville, died Monday in his 71th year of pike Co. is repairing the lridgn across owned by Col. T.S. Moberly, of MadiWe have 11 yearling Southdown Hucks and IS Ruck Lambs, all Dr. Walling wns Hanging Fork. is a good, conservative, safe mau, and disease of the heart. son county, Ky. Another of Col. Mob thoroughbred, for sale the oldest practicioner of medicine in Dr J. B. Owsley aud Will Sutton erly's animals look the third pri.e. withal as true nt steel to his friends. Those who profess to dislike him can Louisville, and a Mason of prominence. have traded farms, acre for acre. Sutton Simon Weilbonuht of J. L. and R. n It is the opinion of Chairman give no good reason for it except pernow ow no part of the old Dr. Owsley H. Brown and G. M. Proctor about 150 that the committee on ways and farm and owns a part of the Van de Wa- cattle, weight 1,550 lbs. at lc. W. H. haps the weighty ones that he used to dye his moustache and oil his hair, nei- means will prepare a general tariff bill ter farm. Kidd bought of James and K. A. Golf 111 18 OVER THE in accordance with the declarations con We only have one case of scarlet fe- do., weight 1,550 pounds, at centH. The ther of which is a penitentiary offense, tained in the platform adopted at Chi- ver in this community so far, aud that is cattle tradeis looking up. Sales of exnor even a misdemeanor. cago. . Robert Anderson's little girl. Dr. Her- port cattle are being made at fully a But one of the 1.815 commercial or- ring says she out of danger now. Mrs. ntiarterof cent better than could be Discussing charges made by a young We hop- - this, woman against u prominent gentleman ganizations in tho United Staten, and M. E. Nance, of Tennessee, has returned obtained 10 days ago. that the Denver Chamber of Commeroe, to her home aftei a pleasant 7isit ofeome imy piove a permanent rise. Wim lies the Stanford Interior Journal asks "for that matter, who is theie among us w,,lch httve taken actlon on tlie rP-a- l weeks toiler brother, K. L White. She ter Democrat. miserable offenders who cau thro a tho of l,ie eilver purchasing law, opposes the made many friends while here. Mrs. first stone?" There is such a thing as rePea'- Blackerby'a daughter, Cinda, is iu from TEC3S Chairman Wilson, of the ways and being too confounded personal in your to see her. Mips Kli.a Spoona-morif I ill tell .Millinery interrogatories. Mr. I.vtkkioii Joihs-ai.- . "nns committee of the House, thinks of Beuna Vista, is visiting tela-Frankfort Capital. We were not think- there will bo an early adjournment of fives in this community. AT UNUSUALLY LOWJPRICES ing of you at the time the above ques- the extra session. Chairman Savers, of e mom-and For the rtt of tion was written, Col. Of all men you the appropriations committee, concur On this doctors don't disagiee. It may A plendM linethe (fii'in Call ol I.mlies Unlereur and Vept coiiitantly en hand. be regarded as an assured fact that the are more alike Cupar's wifo iu a certain in this idea. MISSUCCIE IIKA1.KV, two of the Cincinnati Southern delegates to the Pan American Congress regard than any we know, 1 ou can bUnfonl, Ky i 7 I ""'"PtQunvmT-f- ' I railroad conductors, Mosier and Clark, at Washington, who travel over tl o throw rocks all day. FROM 'accused of defrauding the road by Chesapeake & Ohio Railway will, with LOUISVILLE OR CINCINNATI. The Louisville Times' joint debate, in means of falsely certified time checks, one accord, praise its scenery and train DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE which the voters are given a chance to were bound over to the circuit court at service. There is nothing in the way of give their reasons for supporting their Somerset, each in the sum of 5100. INCIUDCS lovely mountain views and picturesque L circle Pullman Vctllbule Sloping and Buffet Caledonia Cash, the 1.", year-olchoice in tho mayoralty contest, seems Parlor Cars valleys of the Virginias, to compare girl who had been uuesing since with that through which the Chesto be altogether on the side of Mr JaOnly Route Through tho Indiana cob, not a line favoring Mayor Tyler ap- last, Tuesday, was found by a searching apeake Ohio Railrood passes. There 'i..Ml4S"A Natural Gas Belt. pearing for soveral issues. Has Tyler party in tho woods near town. She is nothing of historic nature in America to escape, but finally cousented as great as a trip through the Virginias no friends but tho newspapers, which, THlu u coctSSS! &&&&$. " ini FKISCIPAI Ticur Off Kit 0 ltcuwa with one exception, The Truth, Beem to to go with her captors when they prom- and there is no other railroad in AmeriKJUJMIIi fuilAi. v&g&'yy. .jtur uiwrui VI ised that she should not be sent to her ca superior to the C. k O. in tho smoothmid a.... be for him? rin IN RIOARO TO RATH . ".- -. . ,Vsc!,SV TKtiflUT t n.r?j;.fi Irt Enrf71l WhMfflm 1(1 CT7l home. She told a revolting story of cruel- ness and stability of its tracks, the F. F. tt toVrriWtff T?'" V ".'V. .:o "'" srnvir.r .....: eoNcmw-r.w t iiinii r rv u TIUGAAM TO IITMtR Of It took 51,112,050 to pay the Kentucky ty at the hands of her THt fOUO.lhQI . who V. Vestibule Limited being one of the i cVuepoNrc IluIiLU 1 Vv'fr? U h Atf u fA llfElltll pensioners for the current quarter. That's is, by the way, a sister of the child's famous trains of the world. The Chesa' o . bn'l 4. crtnytfv'j.kL . - wnraii Tm. .4sAt Zen V.M Irft At I. V, ... the way the money goes, pop goes tho dead mother and who practiced all peake & Ohio passes through Bull Run, iVmsoTDri puT;gr aSurli- WBttffcaaKTWlU'iB VJ Vo weasel. manner of tortureB upon her. cnicAoo Mannbsas aud other noted battle fields . t. Ctr. i wik c4 Vim I u' Kf. y the purest ray serene, if auch a term can ita debts. bo applied to that moot disgusting of W. J. Armstrong gets the postolllce vermin that prey upon the body politic. at Crcelaboro, Kupsell county. August itf, 1893 8TANFORD, Ky In bis speech Tuesday lie made a bid for Tho 1th National Bank of Louisvillo the soldier vote by eaying it wns better will resume Monday, the examiner hav that fraudulent pensions should be ing been ordered to turn it over to tin W. P. WALTON. and honest directors granted than that Kev. J. I. Wills closed a ones be denied and declared that pension money distributed an- meeting at Mt. Tabor church, Garrard Ought to always be sufficient. Hriclly we would like to state that you ought not to let your chances nually was one of the greatest sources of county, with IVJ additions; '22 baptized like sunbeams pass you by, but you should well-earned &MI-WEEKL- Y INTERIORJOUKNAL Sesator Yoorukkb Birmingham will iisue script to pay 1 WORD TO THE WISE JIG'),-000,00- 0 s HARVEY TAKE ADVANTAGE F. Uniformed Stanford Gold Band, fall-fn- Courier-Journa- C.-J- ., HEAR THE GLORIOUS NEWS THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Proprietor. st st VAPOR STOVES. W. &',C0. Great Clearance Sale. 1 SAME SWEEPING 1 REDUCTION. 1 'i .A.. IR,. DPIEJIETliTir. KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, j-lj- old-tim- e Dry 1 1 Wil-eo- The World's Fair Route from the" SonST 1 h: i,i Pennsylvania SHORT LINES 11 Mis-iour- i e, TO LADIES. J 'onl if fyl7 y Ho-ur- y I I I jfcT'-iA- tf d Nich-olasvil- le OS A t6,.k. !." u,.t step-mothe- r, 1 1. 9 WA rAOs W Wi.t zw r--j immmmwm on w vii 1 1 7 A 1 I I I . . FIRST-CLAS- S wWb Asv:v4 ClbCiaiH. 0. b IX M'tUIH WlllHim MMMNBIMVMMIWm ,'. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal NYE ON THE NEW ERA Kt.,- - August 25, 1893 ONE OF GOOD FEELING, TAKEN OFTEN, IS EARNESTLY ADVOCATED. s it That's God save us from another! "War makes an advance on mourning goods, that's all, "Lot advanced thinkers liko Tillman and naked savages in a light uniform of cocoanut oil havo wars and fight in them. I'm for peace nnd nn era of good feeling with soda on tho side." This meeting was ono long to be and following ns it did the meeting between Mrs. Grant nnd Mrs. Davis will, I am sure, do much to frater-niztho two sections and bring many southern capitalists north to live. On tho train the past week I got tc talking with a porter on tho palace cat Asphyxia. "Is travel generally good for this I asked. "Yes, wo call it fnir, sah, just fair." "World's fair?" said I, poking him in the ribs with my eight pound cane. "Not exactly," ho said, with a look ol pain. "We have Borne World's fair people, but not many. They didn't start at all till lately, and now somo of them would make you sad to look nt them. "Thoy nro a good many of them that before tho wait was called white trash by ns colored peoplo. The didn't call theirselves no way up to us. Thoy was . inos' generally jo', salt, and had no They lived in the mountains and shot possums and made crooked whisky s and woro yellow pants dyed with and faded with perspiration, sah; yaas, sah, perspiration that thoy had started up chasin a tiossum or a revenue offienh. sah." "Do you mean that nny of that clas aro on tho way to tho World's fair?" "Oh, yea, we sec 'em every little while, folks that has sort of braced up since the wah; folks, you know, that never had slaves. Tho wah give them a chance to start in square with the nristocracy so fur as money goes, and thoy'ro ahead now, somo of 'em, in a money way. Thoy begun to work and hustle nnd dress better, nnd, by doggy, now you'd be surprised to seo 'em break loose nnd ride on the cars. "Somo of 'em don't know tho wah la ovah, sah. Somo is knittin socks for the soldiers yet." "Are they afraid of tho cars?" "Oh, yes; lots of 'em was never on bode a cyar, sail. Ono woman comes to me Thursday and says, 'Look heah, boy, I want you to look outfer me; I never ww on this plaguy thing befoV Sho was wild as a hawk aud mos jumped out the window two times, but I ketched her. She rodfl on the wood box most of the way. Pnferred it sort of. One of 'em put her trunk on tho engino the other day. She didn't know alwut tho check system. Sho was liko n hyena, nnd her husband threatened to kill tho engineer for throwing her trunk off his machine. Sho dodged every time wo Kissed a telegraph jHjle." "How do the men net?" "Well, somo lays low and watches the other men till they find out; but you ought to Im a jKirter a year or so to see things. Captain Chase, tho conductor, he'll tell you I nin't lyin about these folks. Ono woman got on at Sandy Bottom, and we called Skyland' a mile or so outside the place, liecauso Skyland yon havo to watch pretty close or you won't see it in time to stop, for it's only n little enlargement ot tlio wagon roail from Asheville to Henderson villo. But, great king! the minute tho brakeman said 'Skyland' she jiimjied off tho train and went down the 'bankment liko the evil one lieatin tnnbark." "Was she killed?" "W'y, no; not exactly. Sho sort of frnppayod her skull, thadoctor said, and she was oir her head for a week or two and mos' died, and we ain't hnd no travel from Sandy Bottom since." "How ulKiut tho men?" "Well, they travel Mtcr'n what the women does. But on the sleopin cyars they sttiin sort of rattled. Ono of 'em 'tween here and Cincinnati got a tin cup out of his ba:ket and tilled it with water and made his toilet ou the platform. Then he wiped his face and bauds with his bandaiiuer and came back in the car and looked proud. Mostly thev wear sort of red whiskers faded to a clay bank j nun ruuwiouacco, nulling 10 spu oui 1110 winder, but if the glass is fairly clear they Vasionally forgit it's there. with the terrible cost mark on all. o sea-Fon?- Awkward. There is such a thing as being too per sistcntly complimentary. A candid and Rncll.h and ria... Annual nc.niun open, wcaneaoar, oepi. oin, J8V3, Prepares for Welle.lej. W. T. POYNTER. SHELBYVILLE. KY. leal School for Girl. Art Sixty-nint- h H 8xArow, W. T. WALTON. THE : WORLD'S : FAIR, RAILWAYS. AMD AMERICAN widely known as Th. Oueeo ft Crescent ltoute, In th. South .-f th K,nf Twin. verybdy from th. South U tn"h. .la to carry Chicago. No P.r of the ih.Wo.Wi l'.lr for by thl. gfM Southern country 1. left uric..d connection,. The Ihroueh Car rTllw.r..ll .ond.r- U . .dmlr.bl. ..p..UI.. .1 h. S r.Umadlnf Hon, ulc.pabllltL. of American Iln Mrrt. Porter on tlio Truln Who Intelligently I1l.cu.1e. lluiunn Nature) nnd the- World'. Fair Strnns. People (lolnif tn the. Fair. Copyright, 1800, br EdKar V. Nye. SPOTTSWOOD CF..VTF.R, S. C, August. Tho now law regurdlng tho sale of liquor, by which Governor Tillman tho duties of bartender, state comptroller of jng und purifier of ennpidorn, baa driven a great innny town pcoplo to tho country, whero tho law. are less - well meaning professor, who bad witnessed tho performance of alittle play in a privato house, in which his hostess had taken tho leading part, mot tho lady as sho came from behind the curtain. "Madam," he said, rushing up to her, "you plnyed excellently. The part fits you to perfection." "Oh, no professor," said tho lady modestly; "a young and pretty woman is needed for that part." "But, mndam," persisted the professor, "you havo positively proved tho contrary!" Youth's Companion. Too Hot In the Shade, Statos, two of U.S., ono Justice of U.S. Supremo Court. Thepasfc year was tho most prosperous ln Its history. Twolvo professors In faculty, Gov. Knott, Dr. Yountr and warrall. No liquors sold ln tho county. Kor catalogue aud further Information, address Kev. Dr. C. Vonot, Danville, Ky, Vlco-Preside- htstorlo collcgo. oldest Allow hanlcs, opons Its sovonty-fourt- h session Soptornbor lath. Noarly 1,200 Alumni. 5,000 students educated. Threo full coursos, Classical, Sclontlllo and Kloctlvo. Amontr Us Alumni twenty-fou- r Collego Presidents, twenty-Uv- o Hoprosentattves ln Congress, five V. S. Senators, soven Govornors of Danville thoK? PENTRE COLLEGE This mm west of tho " p..s.ng.r.bv morning .ad .v.nln. carrying It. may ' Cincln.all or Louisville, a. they Fr- o- Shr.v.port, Vlck.burg and con,.. er Through Siting C.r Line m.Smfic.nt vwiAuWd "I become PH hro-- h Tr.lns. which. p...l. o .gh. n4 th. f.mou. Will. Valley AUI... NewO.l.iPiThrouch Sleeping Cnruml.il. 1 J""""0' ' .oivllU. Fl... Brunswick .nd AlL.u.O.-.oU'y. .nd proc.ed. north o.r IhelC.T. through th. b..utlful Clnelnn.tl Southern, th. M ...ur.l.c.n.,7 .md most .tmcU..whir, Cr,od..t in th. world, to O.kd.U. ,9ricJ country m.gnlnce.l Pullmta C.r I. rce,vl, m .tCh.ll.-oo- f. b, the train V.0 fam-bly- .Ling the be.ut.ful French H.o.d country, C,nd Kno.vllU.T.nn. Tb. Mm. U Chlc.go i. m.de from th. , coov.al.r.1 hour, for d.p.rlure. arrival. ln Chicago. princlp.l cti.i and purch... tlck.t. good over on. h.r via Un. .,lh of tho river, .nd r.tu.nu.1 a "bte route w.tbout e.tra .fth.y d..lr. returning char.. Or Ui.y c.n'.go via Clncinn.ti. versa. vLLoal.vill., or vie. f,o, th. Richmond I"Jj;yJ.-froCh.rle.to. S. C . thmugh od A.hv.ll. cop-pera- rM.g.r.n "Begobs, it's hot! I t'ink th' hate must be up to wan hundord in the ahaade." "Thin yez ought to be glad yez are workin In th' sun." Harper's Bazar. Kouod.rip..ck.u on Mlo .t;r.duced m.1.1 Ag..t. of th. Ch.c.eo II.. will on .repeat tint. for .cco-mod.t- ion. .. -- " ' lookmcupruom.or or. loth. F.lr. ETtrylhUgth.t n almost perfect .y.temc.n th. praU. .ad p.tron.g.of th. d.l-tod- eer. tr.T.llng public h. M.n prov.u.u. n.med b.low will cheer-full- y Aient of lh.C0-pa- .lt gi.e ll poIM. Inform.Uon and as.istaac.: Orle.ns, l.a. I. H.rdy, R. H O.rr.tt, N. Vickibunt. MU.. JR. Me(lf.cof. AN ERA OF OOOD PF.RI.INn, """ Kd-.r- Wr-lBg- h.-, Cf.tt, Junction C.t,:Ky. Oncinn.tl, O. Ala. K.T.rhaillon, Chattanooga, lean. W, U. ' d.. ......tr VOU ARK GOING NORTH OR WIST, l LOUI.VIUC i N..MVILIC R. R, B t. th.liot Make for you, ..It. t Double Dally Trains don connection. For .11 LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI ""ffia.lTc'D Kor point.. THROUGH ny inform.lion enquire of IOKS HICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky O, Agent, I'ENN, Tr.v. W. W. !'. Cty, Junction n Ky HAW 11 Norfolk-Wester- H.R ityj Schedule June , LKAVK NOIIION DAU.V Kr.no and Columbm. O . Chica aSn d all pniiiti We.t. l'ullman leeper on Sjopm Ham lor Lnl. caco. Arrive Columliu. 8 4 p m and S3 am. Additional iraint for Welch and Intermrdl.t. Ut.on. on Klkhoin U.ve lllufield j 05 p m d.i Tr.ln. arrive at Norton Iroui the Kat dally at II 0$ p m and $ 4J p m Kor further Inlormation . to .ehediilej, rale. Ac .apply to agenti of Norfolk A We.tern RailW. II. UK VI 1.1., road or to Gen. 1'a.t. Agt Koanokr, a M K IIRAGG, Trav, l'ast. Agent Nprlslk. l.yiichhurg, Richmond Ollolk ami Sleeping C.r from liluefirld to Nidford. U" (mn Lynchburg to Richmond Tratni lor I'oc.honui, Powhit.n .nd (.oo.n will leave lllueficld daily at 6 lo a rn, t jo m, I oj p in nnd j oj p m Leave lllueficld 6 n a m aud 8 ypo m .l.ily lor 05 ft tn for Gr.h.m ndItlueficld, roc.honlu I'ot.honta I)i.' nd .ll.tal.on FUlTvp p tn . lor llluefi.ld, R.dtord, Ko.noke 300 and CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, IN KFFF.CT NOV. F.AST HOUND. 1, 189. Aud all other Kaitcrn Citlei. Shorietl Line between Loul.vlllc, Lc.itigton'and K.itern 1'ointt. I.ve.LexInKlon 710pm AtlanllcK.prni.No.il, dally Midland Accommod.tiou, No. .6. ex. S11n.1l.40.rn 6.10pm Vttibulod Kipreti, No 14 daily 5.15pm Ml. Sterling Accom., No. 2S, ex. Suu. WEST HOUND. Arr. LealnKton; Lexington Accom., No. .7, ex Sun 7 55.10 11.40pm Louisville Kxprei. No. 11, dally Lexington Accom. No, aj, ex Sun 4 15pm 6. lopm Vettibulcd K.pres. No: 1 j, daily bu. tranfer. Through Sleeper, change. 1I.AV. FULLFR, Solid Vratlbuled Train, with Dining from C.ri. N Leaiuglun without Gen. Pan. Agt, Wa.hington, D. IS Qt'aXTIIT. C. l H.RYAN. A. 't Gen. Pas.. Agt., Clnelnn.tl. BUT U gCiUIT. OST WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Romodloa. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. SOL.TJ FOR 20 YEARS by BKR1RDSOX rrt.n4 ' EVEUYWIIEUE. tOCla. 8T. BiniCIS CO.. ar expected to watch a whole county apiece. Already th govpmor ha lxon reiuirel to uao n cajth register, and even bin frieuda regnnl this a., an indication that tho stato treasurer will havo to sit up night when biuiuess is good and watch tho gorernor. Ten caws of apolllnaria wore received here yesterday, and it was noticed that when they did not pop. Thoro has Ini-- iui era of good feeling ever since. Northern and southern guests havo shaken hands and oven hugged each other in boiiio instances whiUt talking over tho lato war, Soino said they were glad of it. Ono South Carolinian wild it turned out jimt as ho knew it would from tho start. "Oh, no," said a ninn from Massachusetts, trying to sit on tho mantelpiece, "tho north could havo latin whipintl 10 times in so many weeks if the south hud read tho papers, and I am sorry it was not done, for we never had such f tin, before tho war as we are having now." "Wo were wrong from the utart," said the southern man. "Wo should have taken tho niggers back to whore wo got j inem ami pai.i Ainca :h per month for their time. I saw that all tho while. Then there would havo lieon an era of good feeling. I like an era of good feeling, don't your "Yes," said tho Massachusetts man, "and wo might have had it 40 years ago ' if 1 could have had my way. My theory j was for tho abolitionists to buy out tho rlaves and take them north, whero we would treat them so well that they would gradually die oft" of gout. Hut, no; nothing would do but tight, tight, light. 1 hato to tight, and I hato, to see tteoplo fight just lxfituxe tho politician nttd the excitement. Don't you? You fought j Ixt'nuso the brass mounted orators with itlliirator liuurs told you there wns a principle mvi itl. aud w did we, when in fact there wasn't a blamed priuciplo in the whole business. It was just suffer and die and make tho Mtjers spicy for four years and then take all tho next ' ' SO years to pay for it." "That's my idea. You seo how few em of good feeling we havo had in tho last 'X years! Well, my idea would be to havo one every night. No north, no south, no east, no west ; just have eras of good feeling on Thursdays and Fridays ' anyhow, and oftener if possible. Who .' was benefited by the war? Why, nobody X bul IH'oplo who escaped the draft and sjioko piece at home. I'm a man 53 years old, and I can safely say that, though I was a soldier and slept in my clothes as long a they lasted nnd ato ' v field corn most of tlio time, there was n ' ,?k not a moment when I would not have gladly gono to somo quiet plnco with a northern man like you nnd ot.cned an era of good feeling with him." "Tlmt's it exactly. Tho war is over, nnd who's got tho nigger? You have. Ho entitles you to a wholo lot of congressmen and lets you pick out tho congressmen. How much aro wo ahead on tho war? We havo 39 middloaged single women to ono man whero wo ought to havo homes aud taxpayers. You've got the niggers to feed, clotlto and execute, and wo have most of our best men buried in your cotton fields. That's tho result TUB CAU lVKTEU IlEl'LIES. of tho war. Who brought on tho war? "PajHTS sometimes "pokes fun at the Show 1110 tho man, and I'll show you n if man who did not enlist. Ho remained northern fanner, but they wouldn't bethey could seo a inxr whito that had nt homo and cussed because the papers come prosperous. ' in their lists of dead did not print tho "What stock do they conio from?" names of his wife's relatives correctly. "I couldn't say, sah.' Mostly they Here's to Tillman. In this pure element don't feel right sure theirselves, I guess. wo pledge fidelity to our era of good I seo ono of 'em at a hotel in Charlotte feeling. I'll bet a dollar Tillmuu eat a wholo watermelon nnd thon soup brought on tho war, if wo could get at afterwnrd and wiiuj his whiskers on a camel's hair shawl that liclouged to ono tho facts." tho bring on a war of "I'd loveliest women in North Carolina. "Yes, Tillman would liko to see somo of these chaps if ho could get it out of the freight ofiko when thoy strike Chicago nnd tho wicked when it arrived, but ho couldn't. Ho is confidence man gets hold of 'em. I enn tho kind of man to bring ou u war aud sort o' fancy that towhended man over let somo other man fight it. If we could there, (I feet 8 in his bare feet, totin a child full of leinonado nil over havo got fanatics like him into Vicksburg nnd blown them up and put quicklime tho grounds and tryin to mako chungo on tho place, we'd havo been 50 years for a $100 bill with a cultivated gent Now York city." ahead of what wo aro now. Thero ought from Cat alley. call out stranger people Tho fair will to bo u fanatic primer in tho cabinet from tho mouutuin.countryof east Tenwith nothing to do but go around over nessee nnd western North Carolina than the United States and fertilize tho coun- Dahomey or tho wilds of Dowdad cau furnish forth. try with fanatics. "War is only a good thing for sutlers and bad women. "I say, dog on tho war," "Thiifa it. Dog ou tho war. Each towu bus got a nico soldiers' monument oix-ned trrrely Mocuted and whore iletectivea rurely a Suppo.ed Cafe. Their love had reached that stage where sho didn't care whether he mussed her hair or not, snch was her trust in him. Her sun kissed tresses stood out in bold relief against his pink shirt, in spite of which ho had a not unintellectual countenance. "Wouldn't it be lovely" It was the sweet voice of the maiden that broke the stillness. "if pa should lose all his money? Then" Sho was gazing at his collar button, fortunately, and sho did not see him turn pale. y would adore his "my tootsey-woote-y for her own sake, wouldn't he?" He cleared his throat. "Dearest," he said, "I should like to inquire, before I make nuawer to you, whether or not that is a purely question?" Sho ussured him that it was, where-ujio- n bo said yes, ho would certainly love her for her own sake under the circumstances sho bad outlined. Detroit Tribune. lovey-dovebyio-thetical &&faz& tot fruMtp ?Sr sa r. .: i-WrMd ffi'y&UY, vTTgg CCiccct 4byAo iS f. ' 1 . 1 J n 1 y 2rz?-ir- o C&i T fzf'CftZ a . ?7aua. ''',"',, - 4 "III i t sf - J mmWmi i $1 I1BIS LESSENS PAIH INSURES SAFETY to LIFE of MOTHER and CHILD. HUSTONVILLE, KY., FHTS, MYERS HOUSE MTTERTT . n ST ABX.X W. GREEN, Prop. M lie Kni'w, Yon Blumer To my mind this racing business is one of the greatest evils of the day. It's especially bad for tho young men. Old man, you have no idea how many a promising fellow has been ruined on tho nice track. For instance, take a nephew of mine. He's only 20, nnd yesterday ho was down on tho track betting right nnd left. Witherly How do you know ho much alvout him? Yon Blumer This .table, which Is run n coneectlcn with th. Myers House, bbeen supplied wltb I A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, wagons, j ! Why, I met him there. Clothier and Furnisher. - Friend, passed through tho ordeal with littlo pain, was stronger in one hour than in a week nftor tho birth of her former child. J. J. McGoldriok, Beans Stn., Tcnn. Mother's Friend robbed pain of Its teiror and ahortencd labor. 1 hae the healthiest clillj Mas. L. M. Aiieux, Cochran, Ga. Sent br cxnresj. chanre nrenalil. on rpcelnt of rrlce, (IM per bottle. Hook "To Mothers" tua iled fr BRAOFICLD REGULATOR CO., My wife, after having used Mother's nu rummer's S11ppl.es and Is tetter than ere wupply the public with prep.ie -FIRST-CLASS RIOS OFfALL KINDS. Personal acd protnptattertioa given to Wedding Parties and Hurials. P. W.1GREEN. A L. IIURNS, Manager. Proprietor. s i letersaw. 4 Scientific) America I ' The t'nrrnlltj- () In loin. Caspar Corker Say, cull, I dreamed For Sale-blas' night that I climbed to the top of u tall mount'n an found a waggiu load o' gold. all Druggists. Nature- - should hv J j Jonns Dendbeat Tough when you waked up, wasn't it? Caspar Corker No; 1 knowed I wns dreamin, or I'd never o' climbed that mountain. Chicago Record. Morn Than ll llarcnlneil I 'or. That's nu awfully pretty umbrella that you have; (facetiously) I have He nsslstcd to throw M Ilh-mSA- offimpnriticsoftho CURES MALARIAL blood. Nothing doc3 it so well, so so promptly, or snfely as Specific NO CHARMS. For Information nnd freo Handbook write to MU.NN ft CO- - aa UliOAUfVAT, NEW YORSS. Oldest bnrtau for securing patenta In America. Krcrrratcnt taken outbr us I. brought before the public bj a nutico given tree ol cbarco la tho COPYRIGHTS, TRADE MARKt. DESIGN PATENTS, 0AVEAT8. , ate. Ufc' POISON Swift's gtimtltie mtitm .., V-- ?! s ; y 6r-.- -7 -- sa 5 For three years I was troubled with malarial poison, which caused my appetite to fail, and I was greatly reduced in flesh, and life lost all its charms. I tried mercurial and potash remedies, but to no effect. I could get no relief. I then decided to try A few bottles of this wonderfiui P No Time to See. medicine made a complete and permanent First Stranger A month in Chicago, cure, and I now enjoy better health than ever. eh? Saw tho fair pretty thoroughly, I J. A. Rice, Ottawa, Kan. suppose? Second Stranger No, didn't havo time Our bock on Blood and Skiu Diseases to seo anything. On tho jump night nnd mailed free. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. day. You see, I wns at tho fuir as a She mind to mako way with it. You don't know what you mean when you say that. Ho What", pray? Sho (coyly) I havo vowed never to part with that umbrella. Club. half 11 LIFE HAD L&rsost circulation of anv .dentine paper In the world. Bplendldlv Illustrated. No Intelligent man should bo without It, Wocklr.83.UO yeart tlM six months. Address MONN A 3U1 liroodwar. New Yortt City-- GOOD PAY ! FOR GOOD WORK! For Ladit-- s of Gentlemen ! newspaper Weekly. correspondent. 111. Now York I llii.lneit. Tho huiall boy soiling palm leaf fans had sat down to rest in tho shade. "Business must be bad," ventured the policeman as ho moved in by tho boy and mopped his brow. "No, 'taiu't," said the boy; "it's a cold day when I gits left." Detroit Free Press. Uiiionlil.tlcuteil. Maud Cholly nlmost proposed to me last night. Etliel Really? Maud Yes. Ho said, "Maud, I love you!" Ethel Pshaw! That shows how little you know nbout men! Truth. Queered llimnoir. tablerspii c buckeyelILC OINTMENTt SURE $5 to $500 Cash! According to results accomplished; iu addition to a liberal commission of twenty per cent. Also GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS. CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A V. known for and 15 rrtpuvd r itiriMKnof aioiciM REMEDY FOR PILES. to., bT. CERTAIN CURE years as tho BEST loiis. Impossibilities or Uncertain ties. Every thing Fair, Honorable, Flain and Positive. No See programme in the Tk tsudlott P1U la th World! O iTuifs Tiny Pills su--autrar-coatlii- t; Elder Berry Joblots mnden bad break in church today. Mrs. Berry What did ho do? Elder Berry Subscribed $10 toward sending Dr. Thirdly to Europe and offered to double the amount if they would make it Africa. Life. No Clmiicu Yry mall, jot voi.e.iBii in vir- tue. of tho larger Tut fa rUla vfhloh m bava bcenaoiiopi .ar for thirty year. coin- a Their alio aud araaniltheBa for th u. of children P and porioaa with wcakatomachs. For nourish tho bodySS and paMoQTnnturally without nunsea orgrlplncr. ltoth .lie.ofTutt'arnU aro aofd by all UruRKlsts. Dove .mall. Weekly Enquirer of our Fourth Annual Contest nmoug Agents for largest clubs. An Agency for the Weekly Enquikkr is a profitable business. It is the best school in the world to preparo one for a business contact with tho Sffif ?. 4 Other to tu.lrailoto, lrlo,S.,5c Ottlcc, Sick Headache nro Invaluable as thoy cans th 'i Neighbor's Boy MiW sent mo over to nsk if you'd loud her your but tloo'cpugh mediciuo. Mrs. Kneer You tell your mother wo keep our cough medicine strictly for home consumption. Chicago Tribune. Iloiiiuncu ami ltenlltjr. for ICrelproclty. allark Place, N.V. Rjcxg&zsrft vroitli of ii music for fort 7 i cuiiiis. ivj li.i-iuii me, orst slicut music cit ttid latet. ruo.t .putUiliitf nud vocal In&truiueutul r, lpnco,a Ik mon iik Initio uuistclciiaiu iMi'iudinu fourlarue .lie iortruit.. viz: Ct irniencilii, (tin Spanish diticer; l'adoruirskt r.tliocruii t uUiiljl: AUeila 1'attl. and ll.ucliuuU, r; Dlou all ordura to the iopiilirbeautr. Ad. 'j NKW YOUK ilCSlCAI. ilre.s , y public, j ' qanlity. iJEmlEm'JEZ. nn c er iuiuii ft ci, ruan-C'nuu-- to business qualification and future prosperity. steppmg-stono id n i ' ! We want good Agents to solicit for subscriptions. The inducements ar JLL. Dearest, it doesn't heem as if wo had been engaged n week, does it? Ho It would, my love, if during that week you had withdrawn your salary up to tho first of tho year. Club. She ilr. v. extra good. ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. KH11U. liruudwar'iueatro Uullillnit. , &&&&oei$&ax " . X ''-ff- ' " tf"1 - 2 fL i I Ajiono nth Mountains. Tho best tJAPANKSTE) NnBhvillo, Tenn., Marrh fl, ISM -- Tho route to the Eastern cities is via CincinWZ "on account of these 13 that 1 am advia mask onil domino aro inevitably throws HERCULES. ing tho bachelors to go spin with Oni nside, all pretenses cense, and either with Stockton Mftllcintt Co, N8iivill Tenn. nati and the F. F. V. over tho Chesa-peak- e I hnv hail muscular rheuphale's maidens. an increased satisfaction or with nn om- Uuutlemen: indigestion for a number of & Ohio Railway. 'Hie scenery matism and Thero nro plenty of wives and good inous dismay each looks upon the true MRS. FRANK LESLIE GIVES SOME AD years and hurt lost hnni'sof ever finding throiiKh Now River tnnons ana over . ?,rt?,?S,. """in ol true, conscientious wives, into tho bar faco nnd gennino figure of flint fantastic relief as the most skilled physicians had Allenhany and Blue Rltlge Monn atus is TOlJUSircmihs Ointment and two VICE TO BACHELORS. l'oiPg of Ointment. A gain who aro justliko the Jenny Wrens masquerade called courtship. Cur foi PUm failed in my case, but I run linnny to say wonderfully beautiful and ried. The When once Robin Redbroast is their hits How many of those who read thest your antiseptic hns made a complete Sih.,hkV1,', .nr nJ:Uoniiof carlnllo cl 1. whk? words havo in their own lives proved the cure and I do most heartily recommend F. F. V. runs solid to Now York via 8om Mnldrna Are Two Tnceil A Plei Foi band, they lay aside all thelittluairsant graces that made him believe them dif truth of them! To hnw many does t it to nil for rheumatism and imliKesMon. Washington. It Is electric lighted and vhla terrlblo the Early Illnl A Hnchelor's Uncommot YoSaly'i.'AV? I will gladly answer nil inquiries in re- carries a through dining-carJo other boxo to cur. an Tho Masked Hall suit feront from every other wren nnd noi knowledge of that truth come too la Opportunities only "wear their brown gown," bu' How many a soro heart sighs bitterly gard to Antiseptic. Yours respecifuHy, train in America surpasses it and it is Dnuco of Dentil. CONST PATION h0"- - p". W. E. Batkman, don't take the trouble to put a clean fril it is reminded of that mnsqnerndowh the only train to tho East with through (Copyright, 1M0, by Anirrlcnn Prbss Aeoci 310 Broad Street in its neck and sleeves and a bit of rib now names itself bitterly "tho mnk ol dining service. Among tho Virginia pIOtMin Itini it, mn, i. Ill rd plint to tlon.l Ask A. R. Penny. Stanford, for it. bon to brighten it up a little. Thej death" nnd only hopes for denth ns its soadapted lor cblKUenM Me. COXXmm mountains along the Chesapeake it Ohio o erJalljr simply relapse into the indifference nnc lution! UUAUJtVrErS l,m only by To Chicaoo via tiik Lakes. The are more than 20 famous summer reapathy they used to how among the'i But there are the bachelors, to wlmtr girl friends when thero was no mat in tho first placo I dedicated theso f n greatest trip to the trtntest fair on enrth sorts. A pamphlet issued entitled " Vir A. It. PENNY, nnd a ride; Detroit to Chicago ginia in Black and White," describes W around. remarks nnd warnings, and yet hav palacu steamers on tho these resorts, and tho scenery of the n the KrauiifHt But as thero are wives and wives, warned thm thnt nil is not as it se there nro girls and girls, and so it wonlc in some cafes, how can 1 advise them . Lakes. Picturesque eeenerv. Returning route, ami will be mailed; free by adbe a splendid thing for an expectant hus guard against mistakes? from Chicago diroct, all rail; or you can dressing E. B. Pope, Western I'assengor baud if ho could study tho girl ho fanciei Well, I do not know exactly how it ! go to Chicago by rail and return via the Comci to jrou rrry dy In the Kentucky, to be the best girl of all when she ii to be done, but tho object to bo effec'Oi Lakes and Detroit. Berth and meals inc- Agent, St Iotiis, Mo., or 0. B. Ryan, ly f i, the chtapett othrr belt piper inytai for onin J Astistant General Passenger Agent, Cinalono with her girl friends. I have 6eei is to try nnd see the girj whom they ad jo ccnti gets it for thict montlit. AcMicti cinnati, 0. TIIK ADVOCATE, in companies of women those who mnd mire, as she is among other women, wit! luded between Mackinac nnd Chicago Danville, Ky. Round-trirate from Cincinnati 121.3 themselves just as agreeable as thej no man in tho question. In fact, I must A heouction In World's Fair rates by (via Toledo and boat 30c less.) For furACHELORS are usually would to the other sex, who were rend revert to my classical formula nnd bid tho Queen k Orescent route. In addi0., young men, or at least men to sing or piny if they wero asked, wh him go spin among tho maidens of Om ther information ask and O II. A D. R. tion' to the regular World's Fair Excur It. aeent, or nddres h. McCormick. with an ambition to bethought talked blithely and intelligently nbou phale. A excurbooks or public amusements, or evet How it is to be done let him find on' G. P. 0, T. A 0 , H. A I). R. II , Cincin- sion rates wo will sell young ant! marriageable. Now The finest sion tickets, good 15 days from date of ure In crops fruit btlt of New Mexico. No fall politics and tho Russian news, with othei for himself, but do not let him fancy ii nati, under irrigation if properly attended a young man should bo well up in his salo for return, at fo lens than tho regu- to. All frutis grown In California can bo grown classics and know the story of Herculei women, and both gave and received pleas is to be effected by questioning othei One first class fare, with 2 additional In New Mtilco. except oranges and lemon. spinning among tho maidens of Oinphale, ure from conversation which was neithei women. Wo aro as a rule very loyal te for tho round trip Harvest Excursions, lar World's Fair rate. These tickets aro Land from JijIoSm per acta on to years' time, at good going via either Cincinnati or 6 per cent. Call do or addret, each other when no personal jealousy in but I wonder if any bachelor ever medi- personal gossip nor millinery. K.C.MOHGAN. D f) S., I have seen girls who, when the card tervenes, nnd it is a very dishonornblt Aug. Hei, Sept. 12th and Oct. 10th. The Louisville. Through cars to Chicago, tated upon the wonderful opportunity Stanford, Ky. Wisconsin Central Lines will run low Hercules enjoyed for studying the female table was to be made up, cheerfully tool woman who will botrny the weaknesses quick time, most elegant equipment. character, and had he been a marrying a hand with three other women and dii or tho faults of a sister woman to the in rate Harvest Excursions on the above Bo sure and tako tho Queen & Crescent man for discreetly choosing himself a not hold back or slip behind the curtail quiring masculine. Even a man' sistert dates to points in Minnesota, North and Route. For rates, schedules, sleeping to rescue themselves until some malt are not to bo trusted in such a matter South Dakota. Tickets will bo good 20 wife. car reservations, etc, call on any agent I have seen girlt and, furthermore, thero is every proba dayB from dato of sale, with r The noblest study of mankind is man, partners appeared. of tho E T. V. A G. Railway, who did not break off their chat witl bility that the man in undertaking t privileges to points Queen or 60 all say, but certainly the most faswest of St Paul and A some middle aged lady when the mer deep strategic movement will find him Crescent Route or Lonisvilln Southcinating study of mankind is woman, Minneapolis. For full information ad ern 11. R , or D. G. Edwards, 0. P. A., and Woman can neTef bo perfectly came on tho scene, nor assumed a viyac self led into nn ninbnsh nnd suddenly ex quitt posed to n pitiless fusillade of ridicule dres any of tho Company's representa- Cincinnati, Ohio. studied except by watching her among ity and sprightliness of demeanor Pass, and other The man who is fastidi foreign to the subject, nor cast glnncei and 6corn from tho enemy who had foi tives, or James 0. Pond, Gen. Act. ous or really earnest in the search for a toward the newcomer to ascertain if h the nonco masqueraded as an ally. BllnclnoBs, Paralysis, RhoumntlBm After all, having shown the danger, 1 wife, he who feels that a life's happiness noticed how good they were to his moth Stop Overs on World's Fair Tickets. or misery is bound up in the choice he er or aunt or spinster friend, but whe do not exactly see how to formulate the Guthrie, Ky., Sept. d, 1(91 All persons buying tickets to the remedy. Perhaps to do tho first is at now makes such a man, I say, should really, unconsciously and unaffected! Dear Sirs More than two year ago my eyes imitate Hercules and go spin among the went on just as if only another womar much as could be expected from one whe World's Columbian Exposition via the has entered the room. is herse'lf most sincerely a woman. A Crescent route will be braB to tail me. I Immediately applied to emipopular Queen maidens in company with the object of I have seen girls who, when some ont his attraction. allowed stop over privileKes on all tick nent oculists for irlitt; lor tighteen mouths ihey ATto6ay anything de- had to stay at home with mother oi eta including those limited to 15 dayt, nt treated without a particle ef btniftt. finally, grandmother, who isn't very well and rogatory of my own sex, which I sincereJesse Thompson's Barber Shop, Cincinnati, Louisville, Indianapolis and about Ibrc months ago I went totally blind, and ly love anil honestly respect, I must sel mustu't be left alono to fret, whilo the Chattanooga within final limit on both There aie three of the best liarhcra in the SlsU , it down as ft truth that most women an rest went to tho theater or to a recep There arc also eacilent Math Kooms run In poins and returning trips. For further aa a last resort, I procured an JKIectrorol-tion where all the Robins were likely tc Arenl for Islington Steam Laundry different in their demeanor toward men bo present, would volunteer to be the inft rtnation, ns to stop overs, rates, Ac , which, veiy much to tbe fratlncallon of mjsrlf from what they are toward other womWOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. one, not without a littlo natural smothcall on or address spents connecting lines and family, has resioied uiy sight, it has also en. .1 Ar.K Til K . .. Just recall for yourself, if you are a ered sign, for they are not monsters ol Question , of the Hour, Who Wilt Do Oui Q A C route. D. O. Edwards, General gicMly benefited my wife and daughter. My wilt Housework? woman, Boine occasion when you were perfection, these good girls, but never Passenger Agent, Cincinnati, O. has been a subject of paralysis for mom than two The dear old ladies still keep it np in an assembly of your own sex and some tholes with true and sweet readiness not too conscious of itself. Those nre advising other people's girls to do housestray specimen of tho other presented years, and my aughier a sufferer from InflammaHave You Got Asthma? himself. What a pretty little stir and the girls who are tho joy and strength oi work tor a living. They depict tho paraIf so Stockton's Antiseptic will surely tory rheumatism for rcore than twelve years All "( lcuisyutt,twiiaT!Cnmcoat(fcr flutter passed through the flock of doves! their mothers' hearts, whose marriage dise of a nice Biiug kitchen, tho delightt cure it. There is no use trying local makes a gap in the home circle whicr of working in a homo instead of in s treatment You have got to has bien etlrcled in the Istttwo rrnoths. loo How they plumed themselves and gennet the mi- this tly adjusted attitude and draperies intc never quite fills up, whose littlo sisters shop or factory, in terms that would crobes out of the system and to do that much run net be said in plane of the Hcctro THE POPULAR AND DIRECT more becoiniijg fashion! How faces that are heartily sorry to lose them rathei melt the heart of anybody less cold you must take Stockton's antiseptic. For I.INET(..... poise. II were the poessor of the only rue in had been listless and weary took on an than glad to havo them removed to leave blooded than a frog. But they never dc sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. S eslsteme and it cwild nail reproduced, all the , incipient smile, or at least a sweet alert a place for them. Those are the girlt housework for a living themselves or let The Weakest Spot ness of expression significant of a readi who become to their huhands of value any of their own feminine relatives dc wealth el the unlvcne could not purchase 11. ness to resiond to any appeal for sym "far above rubies" or any other earthl; it That is the crucial test. Thoy ma in your whole system, perhaps, is the poVn'is pathy or conversational advance! How IossePsion: who, if a man bo fortunate write their fingers off in the effoit IC liver. If that doesn't do its work of pu- coniJrr It the grandest invention of the age Trul) and giatelully yaurs, . sonio little jest upon the part of the new enough to win, ho may spend the rest oi persuade girls to wrestlo with cookinp rifying the blood, more troubles come stoves and kettles, and write in vnin. from it than yon can remember. comer elicited trills of laughter or smart his life in trying to deserve. M D. eW GRKKNHKLD. Dr. Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery In fact, to put tho matter in a nut- American girls will not engage in it; the rejoinder, or approving glanco from book those who had listened with listless in shell, the wife is apt to revert to the type foreign young women who come liert ncla upon this weak spot ns no'Wng else Webb, eLouisville, sent free Address Dullou .. Ky. difference to utterances quite as witty of girl her girl friends knew and hei stick to it no longer than they can get a can. It rouses it up to healthy, natural By thoroughly purifying the place in a factory or as chambermaid lu action. own family could have described. Tim Visitors, rrmember the Motion is the liar, with from their sisters! blood it reaches, builds up and Vestlhuled Trains, Dining Cars, Pa'ac Chair Now, I do not mean to say that there statement does not contradict that with a hotel or perhaps ns clerk in a shop. I part af the system. Cars, Pullman Duffel blccprr, at lont rates which we began that there is a differ for one do not blame them. Housework, is anything wrong in this, for it is For all disrncH thnt depend on the For Information address the 6veet stirrings of nature visible ence in the demeanor of most women tc washing, ironing, sweeping or scrub- liver or the blood Dspepsia, Indices-linn- , IAS IIAKKF.K.G. P A , Chicago. throughout creation. Look abroad in their own sex or to the other sex. That bing is hard werk. That of tho street hiliou"nese; every form of scrofuln, W C. CKUSII.lD. P A , LouisvtIU is still true, but the important question lnborer is not much moro severe. We even Consumption tor Lung scrofula) in The Famous Specialist, tho pleasant springtime of tho year. See how tho little feathered maidens twittei for tho bachelor to decide is in which it are referred to tho pioneer mothers and its eur'ier stsces, and the most stubborn and tweet and dart in and out among the reel woman lying folded in embryc told to look nt them and see how they Skin and Scalp Diseases, the "Disco- To Visit Our Citv 1'rofessionallv. Co the half clad branches of tlin trppa. Ai. within this lovely, ever changing, evei worked. What of it? The pioneer moth- ver" is the only remedv so unfailing Paying all their little airs and graces for charming exterior. What sort of bird ers were bent nnd worn with toil, and effective that itcan ho guaranteed. Or STANrORD..KY., If it doesn't benefit or cure you have An Excellent Chance for the Sick .. vv...v v. ...v .uu.u Ku, nuu ill MIC will it be in later summer and autumn, their joints stiff nnd distorted, their your money back. Is now fully organucd and ready for business with and Suffering. swellfl his throat and all but bursts this flitting, chirping, coquettish little faces fm rowed with care and overwork, turn a volume of hoj)eless sadness. God dehis loving heart in tuneful efforts which spring bird? - $200,000. She is sure to bo different from what liver every American woman of today he never would dream of undertaking FREE CONSULTATION, Paid up Capital of 21 000. he now sees. That is a point ho had bettei from the :'uto of the pioneer mothers! Surplus, . if there were only other .males about. 'And elimination at his Private Parlors at the Does not "the sunflower turn to hei grant at once, and issibly ho may be I do not care how soon women escape When Itaby wm sick, n cnt hrr Cantor!. god when she set9" and also when she very glad to do so, for most men per- horn household drudgery. When we When ulio wai. a Child, nh crtwl for Myers House, Stanford, Tuesday, SUCCK.SSOK to TIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL Cvrtorli. HANK OK STANrORD, rises, her face of broad admiration, haps all men and a good many women are civilized, thero will Ikj u corps of Sep. 12, one day only, while she never bo much as glances at have sense enough to jwrcetivts that a life- scrubbers, sweepers and cleaners going When sho became Ml, h clung to (itor!i. Now closing up) with Ihe same aiseti and under WhrnRhr had Children, .hepMuthrm CitorU. Kelurm.-.- g every If u weeks duilng tbe year from hoii'-- to house daily, as the milktime of courtship, with its uncertainties, tho same management. the moon? Ily provisions of lis chatter, depositor are aa its struggles, its doubts, fears and jeal- man, ashmnu and garbageman now do. Did not tho gods and jotlisea ol fully protected at aia depositors in National Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually Olympus hate and twrsecute each othei ousies, would bo more fatiguiug and They will do the severest part of the liable to the extent of the amount of their HOC ft all the time in a very human fashion, unsatisfactory than delightful; in fact, housework. But until that happy da therein at the par value thsrrol, in addition to tbe fciiuply because they were not all of one tho very delight of it is exhaustive, foi arrives I am of the opinion that the heavamount invested In such shares. It may act at Uuclclln'a Arnica Salvo. executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as ordinary human nature cannot live in iest part of domestic service should 1 1 ht bit MiUrln the fees? And do we of the nineteenth cenorlJ lor cuo, bruito saasHnMs?' n individual 1 lalt rheuru, fever tury, who, as Professor Totten tells us, extremes for long at a time, and "the relegated to men. I am quite willing men toret, ulcert,chilblain, corna lorci,alltetter, chap- To those who entrusted their bulsincu to nt crup pej I while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank ot harp of a thousand strings" cannot be should take this part of our rights awn tioni hamll,rvotilivclv cure Dilef and no tkln reuuu- pay . or aaaasaasaasaaHt 'B' have reached the end of all things dc and fc W Wm Stanfoid, we we heic tender our many thanks and It ii pu we claim to bo more perfect or less hu tuned to concert pitch and left standing from us. Tor tho present wo cau gut ed, moneyguaranteed to rnce perfect tatitlactior rust they will continue to transact their busineat J cent! per toi n with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt there without danger of some of its finesi Chinese and Japanese men servants foi or aale by refunded man than tho gods and goddesses of A R. Penny, Staatord. Ky. y0r to same, out twenty years' experience la strings either snapping or stretching tho same prices now paid tho slatternly, Olympus? banking and as liberal accommodations as are coo. intent with sound banking No, indeed! And this being granted, until the vholo instrument is out of impudent girl who comes to us from Tne uccrtv ot Mr Annie M Hum, of beand makes lifo a burden. Manv the other statements need not bo apolo- tune nnd its ecstasy of sweet song t'l.intylvanfi, in the treatment ol i lar imhictoks: saWasasaHHiHaasVsHaflasfln' Japanese students, if one only knows rha-- in herchild-cuiU undoubtedly be of Inter- gized for. It may be btated boldly and comes a discordant jangle. J J Williams, Mt. Vernon; aasBaasaff'aasaasaasaasaasaasBlraasaasTr trvcr-a- l "I find them, coino to this country eat to many motbert she av No. The marriageable woman and whero to bravely that women that is to bay, unwieka in Johnituwn I'j alter lie great ilctd, J. M. Hail, Manford; tho language and customs. on ace 'urn of my husband hems rmplojcd their married and unattached women aro dif- the marrying man must ever meet like to J. S. Owsley, Stanford; children with u, lv.o ol whom , h. J. Kmbry, Stanford; ferent in the society of men from what tho figures at a masked ball. Each it Whils they are doing so these cleanly, It Vikhad several ire cf the diarrhua very badly I got J K Lynn, Stanford; they are when alono with other women. dressed to represent some character courteous young men aro willing to go Chamberlaln'sColIc, Cholera and Diatrhirt cured both ei Kev, Mr Cbapruan, J, 1'. Cash, Stanford; But, and here comes tho other side of which is jierhnps his or her beau ideal, into household service to pay their way. themfrom know of revrral other Itrates where it I William Gooch, Stanlord; Lf auccetMul. I think the proposition as it affects our friends, and one which he or she fain would imi- They are invaluable. This may bo the waiequa'lycheerfully recoinmeud it cannot ami exA. W. Carpenter. MIIJidKevilIe, Ky. j celled and It" 5 the bachelors. This change of demeanor tate, but which is by no means tho true solutjon of tho tormenting question of cent bottle for aale by W It McltoherK, bun. S II Shatika, President, household rerviee. is symptomatic and not organic. It only character of the masker. A commonford, Kv Dr J II. Owsley, tathirr, lasts during the springtime of the year. place nnd very unattractive young womWomen are needed to make laws to fit Mr Thomaa Uattc, editor of Ihe (Graphic, W. M Iliighl, Teller. an choo.-e- s to call herself Mary, queen of wife beating and wife kicking husbands. The lady birds, after the nest is made Arkansas, ha lotind what be believes to ex and may in the ballroom encounremedy emtence for flu 1 Ilia and filled with eggs, busy themselves in Scots, Don't try to dio l)ecauso you have met be the best well worth remembering Ho taj perlence is domestic duties and no longer twitter ter some well meaning but mistaken a great disappointment. "hatt Summer I rad a severe attack of llux re- I Yon cannot. Dr Applemau, formerly rf New oik, now perand dart among tho branches or dress youth who is posing, guitar in hand, as Tho unhappy live long. tiled almost every known remedy, nonfl Hiving NATIONAL BANK manently located in (miMille, Kv , is a graduate lief. Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Uiarrh.i-of llcllevue Hospital Medical College, New York feathers bebide tho mirror of tho Rizzio, but if they try to speak with their purchased a City, the most notable llemedy vrat iicommrnded to me institution of its kind In Tho gifted young woman playwright, bottle and received almost Immediate relict OK STANFORD, KY lKol. In fact, after thoe eggs are each other it proves that Rizzio cannot entirely America Hehasmadoa special study of the to hatched and five or six little gaping sing and Mary cannot charm by voice Miss Alice E. Ives, is to havo her Russian continued Utkeuse the inenicine and wasthis rempleasure in r commending cured. I mouths call for tho early worm, tho nnd speech and glance as her great ex- drama, "Lorine," put ujkju thostiigo in edy to tiny pcron suffering with such a dlicaie, EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT, Capital Stock t medicine opiniun it mother bird sometimes is heard to bcold emplar did, and if the acquaintance thus fine style thiscoming season. Frederick as in mya; and oc Is the for sale by W Influe- And chronic I'iseaos in the great llelleviic and Surplus II Mc bottles begun should bo carried out in the calm Paulding and Maida Craigen aro to star nce.'" Druggist, Stanford. her mate pretty sharply if he lets some KobertK, Chanty Hnpii.il$, Niw nrk Lily, and there-sus of tins rxpcrieme. are many phenommal earlier bird get ahead of him and catch light of day each will find the other a together in it.. Tho young author's Attention of the public it muted to thn fac cures all owrlhr Mate. Ho successfully treats A Million Frlencld that early worm. And he where aro very different character from that which friends aio congratulating her on having that this is the only National Hank In Stanford Ui.der the provisions of the National Hank Act A friend In need is a friend indeed, and 'ot less her play go em tho road under Mich fanow those dulcet bongs, that swelling each had assumed. Acute and Clnonic Catarrh, depositor are secured not only by the capital than one million have found juM such a friend in Theio is a vat-- t deal of mnaquerading, vorable auspices. breast, that melting sweetness of noto, stock, but by the stockholders liability lor an Dr. King's Net. Discovery for Consumption, ltlngleK in I is, deaf lies-- , diemesi so eje, amount npial Coughs and olds If haver that lordliness of crest and bravery of moreover, which does not give itself a Jean Davenjort Lander's new play is great lough IMedicine, you trial willever used this 1hro.ii, lungs, asloirach, liver, kidney,f the nary eai, this institution to the slock, by athat depositors ol ur i nit are secured one convince you lund of $410,000. name and does not exhibit itself, or, as called "A Duel of Ilenrts." bladder, nervous prnttration. diabetes, dspepila, Five tworn ttatemrnta of thncondilisn ol the bank glittering plumage? that it ha wnnderf.il curative powers in all dii ihrumiitisin, paialvrls, cpllpy i ire made each yearto Ihe United Males governeases ol the'lhroat, CheMand Lungs Kich bot- constlpHtinn, And tho human birds is not thero one may say, advertir.o itself, in a ballfits ll'inorriiida pi Ins, cured without knlfr No ment and its assets are examined at One woman has received tho degree of tle Is guaranteed to or mon tnnea such a change among them? Does room. It is, in fact, ho'difllcult for a good electrical engineer, and she is an Ohio ey uill be refunded. do all thai is claimed at A. K. pain ai d r o dvtt lillon from wtrk by government agents, thus securing addmtona Trial bullies free andpcrfe t snfety tn depositors. th- wife of half n dozen years put on many of us citizens of the world to do I'ennj 'sdiug store. Large bottles joe and $1 girl, Miss Bertha Lamine. As soon as This originally established Young and Middle Aged Men DepositInstitution, Stanford in iBjS, then at the. that air of sweet alertness, that gentle without a wnrdiobo of dominos and at she graduated from the Ohio state uniliank of Deserving Pralso. and ned at the National Hank ol Stanford In readiness to admire and applaud tho least half or quarter masks. It is so versity she obtained good employment iuff rlii from spernaterrhia and inipot ncy aa We desire to sjy to our cilicns.that for yura the at the Kirit National Hank ol again dangerous sometimes, especially for a It se in vouthir riumi coming remnrk when her husband s selling Dr Kind's New Discovery ture yt lira pmI other i nii'fspr luuug some of ma- Stanlord in iSSa, has had practically an uninterat the Westinghouse works in Pennsyl- v.u hae bien the rupted existenceof It is better supplied to enter tho room where she and woman, to show her face with its undis- vania. 11 yenrt. fnr Consumption, Dr. King's New Life I'llls, following etlccu nuch us enussious, hlutcliri, deIlucklen's Arnica Salve and Klcctric Hitters, anil bility, . emiusiitas, dizziness, lOlifusion of Ideas. now with facilities for transacting business prompt guised expression to tho world about bomo of her friends aro gossiping over ly and liberally than ever before in its Ions; and have never handled remedies that sell as well or Georgia has an exceedingly detective and sexual their afternoon tea? Does she .put on her, and often tho very truest sympathy young woman lawyer, Mis Dora capable that have given Huch universal satisfaction We avrs on to scciely, unfits the meiuuty for businei honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduvictim exhaustion which, O. we can show to a friend is to make bedo nut hesitate 10 guarantee them every time and or narrtage, a,c prm inei tly cured by remedies ciaries, firms aud individuals respectfully toileher most becoming attire and her most ted we stand ready to rrfuod the purchase price if rot injurs us charming manner at the hour of his ex- lieve that tho mask ho or she is wearing 'I he Directory ol this Hank is composed CI satisfactory results do not follow their use 'I liese Mrs. Ellen C. Johnston, sujK'rintendent remedies have won their gnat popularity purely is tho real face. Wo know that it is not, pected return and exert herself to atForstus Keid, Lincoln county , Penny, druggist. S. T. Harris, I.inroln; tract and entertain him as slio did be- and ho or she knows that wo know it, of the feherborn (Mass.) Reformatory For on their merits A. R. m but on both sides it is felt that it must Women, has hit upon an admirablo plan Dr M.J.Davis in a prominent physician of A Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc , G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; fore he selected her as the, woman he remedies not bo pulled away. There are emotions, for improving tho morals nnd manners Lewis, Cass county, Iowa, and has been actively cured by never failingsucn as J.W.Hayden, Stanford; fain would make his wife? women, Kinases ci l.eucorrhea, iialntul engaged in the practice of medicine at that place S.H. naughman,Lincoln; Menstruation. Displacement Womb. Well, don't all cry out and clamor thero are situation", there are dilemmas of her protegees. As soon as a prisoner for the past 35 yean. On the sJth of May, while down pains in back, relieved inofshort time, earing J. S. Hocker Stanford;; I in ls Moines en is falso and that havo no words. Wo feel, we see begiiiH to show marked change for the denly taken with route to Chicago, he was sudthat my Ihe Doctor carries all his portable Instruments attack of diarrbira. Having and comes W. A. Trlbble, Sunford; and know the truth, but we must not better in her conduct Mrs. Johnston sold Chamberlain's anColic, Cholera prepared to examine the most obscure calumnious and that you at least do and Diarrhoea M. D, Klinore, Stamford; utter it Each accepts the pretense, and recognizes tho improvement by a corre- Kemedy for the past 17 ears, ami kuowing its re medical and surgical cases. take as much pains to make yourself atHe undertake T.P.Hill, Stanford. wo part with an understanding far more sponding cluuigo in tho woman's dress. liability, he procured a 15 cent bott'e, trfodosrsnf hundreds given up no incurable diseases but cure, todie. tractive to your husliand as you did to lum. The K. L. Tanner, McKinnev; Correspondence solicited Address entire t!:.ui any words could havo Thero is a kind of iIicfs for each clnss of which completely cured diet incident excitement and change ot water and to travelyour lovet or your admirer. Perhaps M. J .Miller, Mt. Vernon. S. APPLKMAN, M. D ing often produce 4 diarrhoea Ktery one should J. convict, graded on tho good behavior you do, and you, too, my dear, and you! brought about. J.S. Hocker, President; a bottle of Louisville, Ky, leaving o .system w,,t" Vvo are once Mrs. Johnston knows her sex, procure 1'or sale by thisII remedy beforeDruggist, V home. MckoberU, John J, McRoberts, Cashier; Write for Health Journal, free. But whero thero aro three who do lam .u1ut wcU uouiCHticatee. together, Stanford. the sho does Eliza Akcjiakd Co.nmui. A. A, MsKlnney, Assistant Cashier. afraid there are 13 do not, and it i ,le1 SPIN LIKE CURS I - I K iwer-fWti- ir . dlai7 ,' aEr?V)tf jl 1,000-tnil- e Stanford. p Wh first-clas- s Th.; Focs Vally. stop-ove- wc-men-. -- Without-intendin- g cos-necti- I CHICAGO, WJEOT 1 rifiy-pag- WORLD'S fair iuvig-bratt'Huve- ry Fim-pl- y OH.J.S.APPLEMAN Farmers Rank&Trnst o taaiHifpEL alien-lio- Eu-rojK- n sBltK?JasK2L (pt-A- I u .iatlHaasHElrd.1 Item-ed- y lea-arkan- n. 1 1 I FIRST I 1 b.-- $200,000 21,300 l -- - lmp-pen- ' I is San-do- e. Blood and Skin Diseases. 1 quiisi-accusatio- n lI'Io umr-wh- rvnttsr Ti.. . .' ....t-- eI '1'" "l,J asssr.sBBSf jssr-rr 35 . iW22& - TT" ,. -- . . .. V - . . ' . :. ., a. M .-- . 1. . MMwnaMMMassMSsassaasassswrsssssT-ss-ssni''sssssssssssss- Jfwat - -- - 'A.'V . ....: i. swstcaasaaWBaJtsMSSssBtssB - . i J . . V . . ' . .ia. T Jl JLjiftjfeA, ' Semi-Week- ly Try our new bread. You will liko It., It is rumored that Jamea G. Denny h to their duties on that Sunday. They McKinney Brps. listening to tho buzz of a littlo bee in would do well to arrive there Saturday hia bonnet, which insists that he must evening. There ia a hotel accommodaTiik Wruldlo Bros , the lariat dry tion at tho place. Rev. Paul J. Volk, 1893 Koodfl ilrm in Somerset, lias mado nn run for connty judgo. STAMFORD, Ky., Auoubt 25, Danville. aseigninent. Tiik best promise that tho weather Col. C'raddpck give3 in the last issue can mnko is "occasional local of tho Paris Kcntuckian his speech in E. C. Walton, business Manager Auction will adjourn at 12 rains," but it doesn't even fulfill that. Saturday, until 9 at night. Auction It is very dry and yesterday was very the experience moeting at the Deering Camp Grounds. He says that ho wbb again Monday. W. II. Higgina. hot. PERSONAL POINTS. tho first of the G22 persona to confess A PHEiuhT train jumped the track in Tom Hale, who fullod to appear at bis tho Savior at Rev. George O. Barnes' Mies Viiuii.nia Bowman went to Mar King's Mountain tunnel, wrecking sev- trial nud was fined $20 for disturbing re- meeting thero and that he derived great rodhburjj to viait yeBtertlny. eral cars and delaying traffic for nearly n ligious worship at Neal's Creek church, pcaco of mind therefrom. Ho told hia Mils. rahah Curtis, of Danville, is day. was captured Wednesday and lodged in experience to old Uncle Wiis Tisdale, viBitinj; Mrs. G. B. Cooper. the octogenarian turfman, of Crab OrchMrs. J. I. Davis nnd children are visMil. W. II. Conn wan over from Gar- jail to servo it out. ard, and ho went home, joined the iting relatives in Monticollo. rard Tuesday in search of a cow which For Rent. A good, comfortable resi church ami ever afterward lived in prep Mips Bkttik Paxton io spending the Htrayud oil" July 1, and was fortunate dence on Danville street, Stanford. aration for the final summons. enough to find her. week with Mrs. A. K. Denny. Good garden, good cow pasture, orchard, The Lincoln County Sunday-Schoo- l Mibs Amiiiiohia Thomas, of Louisville, It will be but little, over t month till good water at the door, big yard, Ac. Convention will be held at Stanford, is with her sister, Mrs. W. B. MeKoh-ertthe separate conch law will go into eflect Foi terms, etc. apply to Dr. H. Ueid. Saturday, Aug. 2Gth. All the schools of and thu railroads are preparing for it. Mits. T. 0. Williams, of Islington, Two harvest excursions to the West every denomination are invited to be FOR FALL. On and niter October I) a negro can not and Southwest, September 12th and present and tako part. We bopo to visited relatives in thiu county last ride in a "white man's car, nor a white week. October LUh, via the L. it N , nt one make this the beginning of a new era in No more regard for former prices. Summer stuff must go and with it man in a negro's car. work of our county. faro for the round trip; tickets good 20 the Snndny-snhoo- l Mr. and Mks. U.S. Witiuim and Mica for every Sis's worth of goods paid for in cash you will be entitled The Stato Visitor will be present to asMattio Hopper left for the World's Fair G. T. Hi'dHKsia here to canvass the daya. Thu great Cherokeo Btrip will be to one of our yesterday. town and county for Wilmore'd Analyt- open for settlement at 12 o'clock noon, sist. Tho object of this work is to creTiik Paris News pays that Mrs. S. C. ical Reference Bible, pronounced by our Sept. Kith. Any information in regard ate a greater interest and secure better Trueheart and Mies Mary M jcrBnru vis local ministers and all who have exam- to ticket, Ac. call on or address W. W. methods in every school. Such conventions have or will be held in every counitinu friends there. ined it as tlie most comprehensive and Perm, T. P. A., Junction City, Ky. ty in the State this year. Come and buy from us and when you buy secure a ticket for the Cols. J. W. GoiSTand K. C. Walton valuable ever produced. Mike Klkin Hurt. A dispatch to l'HOORAM. wuro among those who went from here amount purchased and when you have the amount of $15, come and Sunday-schooT. S, Fahiiis, deputy aheriir of Gar- Mrs. M. F. Klkin, from Columbia, reIdea in tho Bible W. to the London fair. take choice of ceived yesterday, reads na follows: A. Slaymaker. represents rard, was here Wednesday night to get It. W. Lillakd, who now 50 jurors in tho Canon Roberts murder "Mike badly hurt by runaway team. Kentucky Sunday-schoo- l Union, its the leading Hour mills of Knoxville, is case. It will he remembereJ that he Doctor says not fatally, but thinks it Aims and Object J. G.Barkley. hero for a few weeks. Kvery-thin- g best for you to como The Needs of the S. S. of This County. Mus. C. C. I'aiiiiisii, with lier hand killed the deputy jailer of Madison when will be done for him that is nec- How to Supply Them Elijah Beazley. he wna after his brother for a misdesome boy, visited her sister, Mrs. W. K. essary. J. P. Crow." Mrs. Klkin left on meanor. Tho Claims of the Children of Religious Of Pictures. All our Summer Dress Goods, Summer Clothing, LaBuchanan, at Crab Orchard. the noon train and nothing further had Parents upon s A. V of Mrs. Lou Shanks, is said tliHt Phil Devers, who killed John Shanks, non It dies' Oxfords in blacks and tans, snd Gents' low cut Shoes arc to been heard from Columbia. The many Sizemore. premium for the best boy rider, Bruce Purdom, near the Boyle and Cawon the be sold at friends of the clever and popular man do for What can the Sunday-schoo- l sey line SaturJay, has killed three other at tho Shelby fair, over six entries. hopu that it is more of a scare than a Those who Cannot Attend. W. K. Ar Tho last murder seems to Gov. McChkahy has appointed Am persons hurt. He is certainly playing in bad nold. broeu F. Dudley, of Madison, cierk of have been unprovoked and such as ) luck lately. Session from 10 to 12 o'clock a. m. and J ought to insure Mr Devers a hempen SH the committee on Foreign A Hair h. from If to 5 o'clock r. m. necktie this time. Heli1' HklH Tho heat of July, the Mimuh Lillik Ward and Clara Iiokk. And a splendid picture given besides. Don't hoard your money, but cold and storms of January come and go, of Cynthiana, are visiting Mrs. W. W. Tiik exhibition of the World's Fair NKW ADYEHTISEMENTH. yet medical accounts aro due, past due, Lyon (Unth Jones) at Htintonville. deposit it with us and get more than value received. building and Bcenes, given at Walton's Mim ItUTiiie Wokman has returned to Opera House, Tuesday night, by Grover unpaid, care worn, mildewed, moth eatWe are determined to reduce stock. Come and see us. her home at Livingston after a vu'ek'.i and Sterns, was well worth tU admis- en, ragged and doctors hanging on the visit to Mrs. W. U. Uolley, at Rowland sion fee, even if the alleged Consul to ragged edgo of despair. You can plead We will, as Executori of J. L. Dawson, deed, limitation on the merchant, you rent at auction before the door of the Hanging Mr. ANit Mits.C W. Krkmi'ii, of New Italy hadn't postod himself sufficiently can't get to heaven if you do not but pay thu I'orW Mill at p m on Albany, have joined Mrs. II. T. Harris to give an intelligent description of doctor. Pay what you owe; it is right; Aug. 26, 1893, and Mrs. T. II. Saunders at the Coil'ey them. thu Lord loves a creature who pays his SIXTY ACK1.S of Land to no In wheat. Terms House. Roiikrt Klduidob, wlio shot John debts so do we. Forbearance has made known day of renting I. I. DAWSON, : Mrs. N. B. l'miit, Mrs. Kd Price and J H. ltRlClir, Brinkley in a most cowardly manner at ceahcd to lie a virtue these hard times. Executors. 49 N. B. I'rlco, of Lancaster, were uuehts of the Jtti of July picnic near Mt. Vernon, Stay at homo aud work harder, live Dr. A. S. Price at tho Mycin Houhc yeswas captured by Sheriff Watson, of Pu- plainer and dress less. Then it will not h stolen, Walnut anc Oak Eight-DaClocks, $2.50. Nickel Arlarm Clocks 75c. terday. laski, but escaped- - Tho dead man was be hard to pay tho doctors their just Prices knocked silly on AtlanMr. S. C. Laikkv arrived from a cousin of M. F. Brinkley, the drum- earnings. Yours Truly, Dra. Patience, ta yesterday to spend some time with his Mercy, Forbearance, Hardtimes, Tear$25 father, Hon. (J. A. Lackey, and oilier mer, who is using every effort to bring ful, Anguish, Pityme, Sorrow. Kldndge to justice. relatives in this section. On the night ol August n, 1893, a Horse, and Harness wrresto.cn Irom my stable in Mr. a.m Mrs. W. G. Uanky have seMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. B. Buiike, assistant depot agent Will Stanford, Ky The Horse is a Chesnut Sorrel, bout ten years old, white in face, about ijhands cured a house in D.inville and will move at Junction City, still lien in a critical hind leg; And anything in my line. Don't forget the place, feet, bad md C T. Grillin, 23, and Miss Nancy E. hlirli, while ill order w The pull on right his sidethere next week in order to send their condition from the wound received on lluckboard rather thin 17, obtained license to marry bar suriugs, red running gear with black body. Adams, foa, Lee, to Centre Colleue. iiis head, intlicted by a fellow named The Dutch collar harness nearly new. I will give !5 re ant lor recovery of the prop Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Harris, Mr. and Tadlock with a has ball bat, for no ap- yesterday .m Jealousv cuiised Kd Nalles to shoot erty, tii.uin, Mrs. G. P. Bright and family, Mrs. Stanford, Ky. $1 parent reason whatever. Mr. Burke was and kill James Blyaud Miss Ida Beatty Harris and children, and tho Miches unconscious for a long time and it was Come and get the best goods for the least money, and bring the cash Woods form a party of M at Hales Well at first thought lie would die. Tadlock and commit suicide. Tho bloody trag(J. JL. JC ixJCvJCTL.tX, with you. N. is held to r.wnit the result of Burke's edy occurred near Pleasant Valley, TiiKOdd Fellows sent Sherill' J. Texas. Columbia yesterdav to see wounds Menefte to NICHOI.ASVH.LK, Jessamine County, Ky , Mayor Carter Harrison, of Chicago, after their brother, M. F. Klkin. Mr Mr. Walker H. Bell, who siys he is to marry Miss Annie Howard, a John L. Klkin accompanied Mrs. l'.llln beauty, with a fortune of ttiithur Htid last report was tliat he nt Iihs read every issue of the Interior Her face would bo a fortune, it Journal from its inception to tho presresting easy. Room I' aimers Exchange Itaak ent day, and tliurefoie we thiuk worthy is said, if she did not have a cent. W. It. .Skrri.Ks, of Mr. a.nh Mrs. Miss Sherley Chen.iult, daughter of Texas, are on a visit to their of much commiseration and pity, writcd Stock, Grain, Market and Tobacuncle, Dr. S. G. I locker. It is Mr. Set- us from his enforced retirement in the Prof. Jason Chenault, of Louisville, is co Farms in the Blue-Gras- s sliortly to marry Mr. F. B. Watkins, ol boarding bonne behind the. tled' first visit in 17 yeatsnnd hn hardly knows "where lie Is at" when he sees that he did not resist thu officer, neither Now York. The Times says that ever Always lor sale AIo Timber Lauds in the mounan electric lighted city with fountains did he draw a pistol on him. He sim- since her debut Miss Chenault hns been tains for sale. Correspondence solicited. ply got drunk and thu policeman found a recognized favorite with old and 5' 3m OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. playing all about. young and is as brilliant as she is beauMisks Ki.i.ln ami Flora Bai.loi ate ii pistol in his pocket. EXECUTORSJALE. tiful. preparing to leave next week for Boston, Call and see them before buying, Every thing in the grocery line Ross Dittos, a bad man from the Mrs. Hume Clay has brought suit As Executor of John M. McKoberu, Sr , I will for sale cheap. tie former to put the finishing touches head waters of Bitter Creek, in Pulaski, sell at public auction on the premises on for a divorce from her husband, who is on her lino musical education in the was registered at Jailer Oweu' hotel serving a ten years' term in tho peniten Saturday, August 2Gth, 1893, New F.ngland Conservatory of Musicand Tuesday night. Mr Dutton was en Ueginmng at a p m the latter to develop her recognized elo- route to Williamsburg to answer numer- tiary for forgery. The discovery of Hume Clay's crime caused a sensation cutionary gifts. Miss Angie Ballon will ous and sundry charges tiiat the grand throughout -the ISIuegrass region two go at ttie same time to resume her place thfii a jury there had peon fit to bring against years ago. Mrs. Clay sees no prospect They will Be otfetetl first neparately aud m urniR college at Clifton whole, uit ma urine accrpieu umen in the faculty of the t the ame time mid placr, Deputy Sheritl' M. K. Harnett of him. inanry. ever having a chance at her husband the mini the personalty, consisting of Forge, Va. will sell kindly came along with Mr. Dutton to again as there are numerous otlrvr keep him company and see that the trip Furniture, Buggy, Garden Tools, CITY AND VICINITY. indictments against him. wiih made in safety. I'armlne Implements, Set cl Carpenter's 'lcols, Cider Mill, 75 I'eet cf Hose, Ac Take your,repaira to Dauks, the JewCHURCH AFFAIRS. On realty, one third cash, balance in Terms Dr. F O. Yor.vii, formerly of Casey, eler. 6 audi j months, with interest. On personalty. la Heceiving His and Capt. B. J. Treacy camo near having Kov. A. V. Sizemore will preach tit iio and under, cuili over that amount cti bo dajs, Thy the 150 days system. McKinney secured anil with interest e a serious encouuterin Lexington Walnut Flat at : i. m. and tit Rowland W 11. 1I10G1NN l'xecutur Bros. 4, : : : captain oll'ered to try conclusions nt nilit Sunday. For ice cream, fiuits, couftctionaries lists and skull, but Youug declined, say-- Kev. V. A. Slaymaker and Dr. E. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. and oysters in season go to R. ing he was a cripple, and at the same M. (ireen, of Danville, will excliaue time drew a pistol and denounced his imlpitH next Sunday morning. ' Friemta The Cumiierlmid l'resbyterinns dedready and wait- antagonist in bitterest terms. Your account is ripe, I will rent at public auction on the prrimc call and settle. W. II. Wear-e- kept him from shooting, but it is said icated their new church tit Winchester mile 1..1M of Cub Orchard, on ing. Please the end is not yet. Sunday. The lot and building, with its it Co. . furniture', cost $..500. Kev. L. 1). Hetk 16, 1893, The Stanford Academy opens Tues- will be You u account has been due and ready pastor. My Farm of since July 1st. Call and settle by cash day, Sept. 5. If you want your boys to Tho South District Daptidt Associaderive all the advantages, send them at or note. A. R. Penny. tion is in session at Junction City with 150 ACRES OF FINE LAND, the opening. Be prompt and thus set a and you must pay. We good example to them Only those that J. L. Hrucu moderator null G. H. Waters You owe us of residence Has In must have our money, hard times or no expect to work and submit to the rules cleik. There are Ui churches represent- anu,,ocl fUie cultivation and is brkk watered, well other good buildings ed by IL'5 delegates. cultivating laud given "I the l'ooton rented. house andarc hard times. McKinney Bros. New stock, styles and shades. are wanted. We aro not running a re'1 as Mrs. T. J. Loosing died at Kansas as mkmi small grain, a; herecorn 2$ acres in meadow, for and 70 in V for forformatory. The principal ha been City, Kan., after six weeks of treatment aril timothy Note ou ia month's tiir.e, well enComb to the sale of the property, Ac , tunate in penning Miss Mattie Paxton by Christian Scientists. Shu refused to dorsed will be return d. of At the same time and of the lain J. M. McRoberts to morrow at Horse Stork, consisting place I w ill sell b head as assistant for tho coming year. Let family mares, receive n physician, and died professing ol a broodgentle, t largn old mure hcrsc 16 hands, 2 i m. W. H. Higgina, Kxor. by Mark Time, sale and everyone feel that it is to his advantage wesnliug mare faith in tho Christian Science method of in fiul to Garner's Denmark, weanling horse colt by Silser colt by same, Walnut and oak eigiit day clocks to build up a good homo school. Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, cure. I Mines, dam by Judge Kuger andout of a Prince good work mules, J2 f)0; nicklo alarms 75c; everything in pair Albert Iluv. A. V. Sizemore will preach at high, 6 marc, cows, of weanling cahes, i5'a hands Kinbohlened by tho Horse Stolen. Landrcth's Garden Seed at 1 yearling milk 3 Danks, tho jny lino in proportion. heifers, 1,000 pound fieder, success of the thief who got the horse the union service to bejield at the I're.v sters, yearlingnearly full a stock frouthdowns, 3 ewes; See big nd. Jeweler. jyounj; and buggy of Clerk Bailey and Banker by teriau church Sunday niht, and well bred Southdown lliicks, hogs, a sous and ? pigs, lot first class old corn, 36 sta ks nice timothy Auction on Tvesday, Thursday and Hooker, the same one or another made a that will close the series. Ht'x.inning the hay, 10 acrex corn in field, straw rick, lard, baimplements, Saturday nights for colored people only. raid on the lot of M. F. Klkin, Monday next Sunday each pastor will conduct con, (arming new, wheal consisting of a New, Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. smoothing hat drill, wasons-ou- e will please not attend at night nud not only stole his horse, de services at his own church. a liibb s turning plows, new set White people row, nrrlage, 15 stands wagon harness, In a copy of the Clifton Korp, Va , bees and no honey iamlly ibis year, large lot tl night. Auction every day this week. scribed elsewhere, but his harness and of taken furniture, t new Upright Mr. Klkin, thinking he Ileview sent us by Mrs. t C. Punish, we household aud kttckenDomt-V. II. Higgina. buckboard. sewing machine, 1'iano, wardrobes, went toward Ciieov, followed in that notice that He v. l G. Elsoin, formerly conking stcne, new 'ining ru:m and cooking stove We would call attention to A. R. Pen- direction and went us far as Liberty, pastor of the Baptist church here, has and many other articles too numerous to mention over $10 Tkums & ny's clearance sale of watches, clocks, Dunviile and Yosemite, but failed to get just concluded n revival at Lexington, that amountAll sums of timeand under cash; ii months' interestou good negotiable notes, with 6 per cent, and everything in the jewel- on silverware the trail further than that the toll Va., which resulted in .0 professions of This sale and renting is made preparatory to Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st. ; wareroom, paint boeakingup ry line. Now is the time to buy at gato keeper beyond McKinney saw a religion. Oover, near MilleJgeville, for Call on II. and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. slaughter prices for cash. man in a buckboard pass about 1 o'clock Next Sunday , the 27th, tho R. Rev. further information.MRS. M. A. SINOLKTO.V, rt that night. Mr. Klkin oilers a reward Hishop Wm. McCloskey, of Louisville, Crab Orchard, Ky. Lost, botween Stanford and church, a green and red change- of f'Ja aud wo will jive $100 more for will administer the sacrament of at the Catholic church in We guarantee able silk paraBol, with heavy silk cord the scalp of the thief.' Mr. Klkiu loft "Sign Work, artistic and plain." running A specialty. six I ' German colony, at 10' o'clock fromoffertofor sale privatelysell onefarms, all. Half wood handle. Wednesday for Columbia, hoping to or 10 200 acres. Will and tassel on natural give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. work to balance on Ion; reward by returning hear something of the rascal at the fair a. i. Scattered Catholics in Lincoln cash, Correspondence lime with 6 per cent, interFinder will receive solicited. est. CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky It. G. UOVfc.it, Milledgeviile, Ky. there. county will have a good chance to go ante toithia olllce. Interior Journal bu-jea- n Your account the 1st day of each 5 is due UP! month. M'KINNEY BROS. -:- - s. CLOSING Beautiful : PICTURES. l to-da- Our Beautiful Collection T.I wmc J Sunday-school- . Pa.)S PMfilEfJ FOB. BENT. HUGHES & TATE. Saturday, CYCLONE REDUCTIONS 1 id sun y REWARD. llucl-boa- rd Watches, Clocks, Sterling and Plated Silverware, Spectacles, i- An-ni- u Danks, The Jeweler, THE BEST MADE. New-Orlean- s 00, m ::::". : mmm BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, mi Jack-Houvill- court-hous- WATER : COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. -- Two Houses and Lots, .1 M.G.RUPLEY,-- 1 igttitntHptiI$f onpoli-tics.Th- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. .ini-iner- 's. Public Sale and Renting n SEASONABLE GOODS. Saturday, Sept. WALL PAPER YLWm blue-gra- ss 1 1 Carriage and Decorative Paints for Buggies and Household use. F; Wo , Bo McjH5((DB3Ii)BTS9 AXJSTI1T, Fro'rs. 1 1 corn-nhelle- r, 1 uc NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL house-keepin- - McCor-mack- 's House Painting and Paper Hanging 43-t- d v - o Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT SPIRITUAL AFFAIRS. THE FOURTH WATCH. cry at soa Of men in fear, and then a voice: "He of cood choer. for It Mil" Thoy hear the Master and rejoice. Then Peter calls; "Lord is it ThouJ" And Jesus, walking on the sea Appears, a halo round Ills brow. And thus lie answers, "Come to Me." The Master reaches forth His hands: "Come out, and walk upon tho vtavet " llut doubting the dtsclplo stands. Till Jesus cries: "Can I not savo? " And Peter trembling pile with fear. Goes forward, and they hear htm shout: "Lord help me, or I perish herel" And Jesus answers: "Thou dlds't doubt I " O ye of little falthl God's.lore Is strong to sare, though dark the night; lie ruie.i the tempest from above, And we are ever in Ills sight. And though we ask, and are dented. Perhaps He means It for u test. Have faith, no matter what betide. Trust God, for Ho knows what is best Sometimes we ak for what is wrong. Hut God, who knows how all things end. Bids ns be patient be foro long. He proves to us He wos our friend. But It, while tossing on life's sea. The heat grows faint, then we must cry. And God will answer to oar plea: "Ha not afraid, for I am nigh " Henry Coyle, In Young Men's Kr. A fthlp storm-tod Published Every Tuesday" and Friday $2 PER YKiUUN AD ViVNCK When not fopaid 92.CO wltl be charged." Thus our text has an implied conMEANt IMIHEir D. S. CARPENTER, trast, which we tuny draw out in this Iluv your school boobs and school supwa3: "lloast not thyself of R, Penny's. We will Deliver IOE Every horn- At tht well. known old stand ol J. II. Green, in for thou knowest not what it day may plies oi all kinds at A. repaired Watches, clocks and jewelry brlnp forth;" but boast thyself In Uod ing at c per lb. Hustonvlllo, - - Kentucky, all the day lonp, for thou knowest that and warranted. Engraving a specialty, In Stan lord and Rowland and by Ids, oc per Would be glad to see his numerous friends and 50 show them nu stock ni oAn.it conisting of Kurni He will bring forth rifriitcoiisncs, wis- at A. H. Penny's. 35c per Tug soda water syrups at A. H. Pen- 50 lbs. and 100 lbspatronage 100 lbs. We ar very ture, Saddlery, .uariiwaie, nuggles and Farming thankful lor past and respectfully dom and love continually. How Hobort Its pure fruit juicoa and Will lb up implements. Give him a call. tfOTXCXI l-2- nt V. Horton, M. A., In T Expositor's Wblo. ny's arn made with are ueliKtitlul. Try tuorn. K deliver Irom continuance MRS. JANE HARROW A CO. 1 GOD-SEN- K.C. p. m. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 a. m., SHOWERS. naves Rowland at returning L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 113pm t pm .......3 t am ....! 7 pro Kill trim join j North... South, " " Express train" South.. .1 Local freight Th Utter traini North... North South...... . , .... it alo carry passengers. .9 30 2 o;p m The. above it calculated on standard time. Im it about 10 minutei filter. Solar QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Trains pass Junction City as follows: IflSouth. bound.- - No. 1., Vestibule Limited, 11.50 x. m.; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, .5? a. m.; No. 5., New Orleans Exprni, u tj a. m.; No. 7., Local, ta.lt p. m.; No. 9., lllue Grass Vestibule, 8.40 p. -- No. a, Vestibule Limited, 6.4S Mail, s.53 Pp. m.; No. ., i No. 6 , Chlga- ru.; eo Limited, a.a; a. m., No. 8., Local, a.js No. 10, Blue Grans Special, 6 a. m. North-bound;. M. t Ft - ONE Thus XV, DAY AT A TIME. Do Our Whole Duty and Accomplish the Most Good. lioAt not thyself of for thou knowest not what a day will bring forth. thereof, so ho thm waits on his Lord eats of tho honor. Prov. 27 IS. rrov.W I. Wboo keepeth the fig-tre- shall cat the fruit land at the following prices, delivered: o cent .Fresh Milk, per gallon , to conta Suimmed Milk, per gallon 8 cents 'Gutter Mlllc, per gallon Ivill mike two trips dally. The pttronage ot the PEVlON, public Is solicited. il JG, A. Stanford, Ky oi.i yr. Here is a wholesome lesson for us. are to trust no future, however, pleasant; we are to dwell in no past, however honorable. Life consists of a present, piven to us tiny by day; this is our whole wealth; squandered, it can MsolafeJy not be recovered; neglected, it withers -as a leaf. We only in A cream of tarter baking pow- satisfactorybegin to live we any true and sense when have learneii in leavening to take each day by itself, and to use it der. Higest of all strength. Latest United States as if it were our last, and indeed, as if it were our all; dismissing the thought of Government Pood Report. as mere phantom go., forever evadesa our grasp. Lifewhich is a 106 Wall St., New York. mosaic, a large work shaping on the wall or in the dome of some vast catheA. S. dral which eye hath not yet seen; and it can only be effectually wrought if, SURGEON DENTIST. with minute and concentrated care, the Office over McRoberts Drue Store inthe n little piece of colored glass which we Owsley Building. call is duly fixed into its lidStanford ding and fitted exactly to its immediate neighbors. "Why do you work with such intensity?" the great artist was once asked. "Because I work for eternity," was the answer: And that iswhv each day is of such importance; that is LOGAN AVE SUE, whj each dav demands all our thought : : and care; eternity is made up of days, and the present day is all of eternity Always!sel! goods lower than any one else in that we can ever possess. town. New stock of Fruits every Friday. It Is well for us then each morning to take the day fresh from (Tod's hands, itnd at once to throw our whole soul into it, and to live it with a pure inten1 will open on January 16th, iS;). a sity, a sense of solemn anil joyful reDairy, from which I can supply any quantity ot sponsibility. Jersey milk to the people of Stanford and RowWe Powder I Pure less regretfully than encouragingly. Although there seems to be a tone of JOHN M. JOHNSON sadness, or rather of seriousness, in the thought, there is upon a second read- Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county ing a color of comfort, as if tho writer subject ta the actlor. of the DrmocraUC party. were taking a sort of consolation from tho uses of ndversfty and a pleasure A. GIVENS from haying found their true applicaIs a Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub tion. Moreover, he would present to ject Candidate forof the Democratic party. to tho action other hearts a joy they might not yet have reaped, because thev had been looking upon life's rain through doubt or skepticism, and thus had failed to Isacandldate for Jailer, subject to the action cf see the golden edges of the cloud that the democratic party. always tell of sunlight on the further G. side. Rain is tho cloud dispeled, the crisis, Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action ol and means that sunshine is upon its the Democracy, way. Tears on the graves of friends or hopes are salutary. They refresh M. me not neart. stilled witti pain or faint from the bravo strife with disap- Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action pointment; just as flowers wilting of trie democracy. in the glare of a July sun and closing their parched petals, hold up their smiling faces and drink gratefully of Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action summer showers, while the scorched of the Democratic party. ground yields a perfume to which it would bo uudacity to give a name. D. Then come refreshing rain into each to the life as God shall send! In tender show- Is a candidate for County, aubject tooffice ofof As. the action ,Hsor, of Lincoln ers from fleecy clouds that hardly veil democratic party. the blue of heaven: in dashing storms that come in torrents, rifting the sky L. DAWSON, and cleansing the air of doubts and fears, seeding us for shelter lxneath Is a candidate for Jailer, subjectto the ailion ol the Almighty Wing, Come in the au- the dirnocracv. tumn when tho days grow sweeter, and in the surly winter when the rain Comfort In the Thought Tlmt "Into Kucli l.lfn Some Haiti Must lull." I think that the poet wrote this line O. P. HUFFMAN Jailer, subject to the action ol the Democratic party, ile would appreciate your Isacandldate for vote. Garrard English and Classical -:- : College. Kentucky. Tor Bm,lm Privately. A small placed TWENTY ACRKS, with tage House of five rooms. All outbuildings Cot. nee n,"n 8od repair Young orchard with small fruit of all kinds. j miles Irom Dn(lle and one mile from Junction City on the Fur males and females. Lancastor, f"' . : J. course Nrt seuion begins Sept. 5th. iS.jj. Thegrounds J teaching thorough, the buildings and Young ladies beautiful ami rates reasonable. boarded in the College: young gentlemen boarded in the town, ror lurthrr particulars laomi tne MILTON LLLIOTT. President, '" "mrs SAI.LIE SHIPMAN, 13. Huston-vlllepik- e. Shelby City, lloylc Co., Ky. DR. W. IM PENNY TO COAL BURNERS Ol Rowland, Stanford and Vicinity Ten-ness- Dentist. y"' first-clas- Ll F ""ffwan, Stanford, Ky DINK FARMER W. DEBORD e Having made arrangements with the East lelltco Coal Co., I am now prepared to aell you jeiaco toal at the lowest potMoie margin. Itindlhatby pavlng'ciish and selling for cash I can sell much cheaper, so come and se me Allkindjof vehicles painted trimmed and reand see how little money wilt buy your Winter paired In s style Plain supply 01 this Coal, the best on tne raarnei iigns. Satisfaction guaranteed In and ornamental both workman, a I tanking you for past favors and soliciting hip and price, hhop on main street, nver.Wm, am resiirciiiiiir yours continuance of same, Dauitherty blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky S D AllAMS, Rowland. sojm 1 JOHN B. DcNARDI, Carriage Painter and Trimmer, F. ELKIN, STANFORD 11", FiED IM M STABLE, b THE P. 0. MILLINERY. Call at the pott-offic- JNO. BRIGHT At John Mjnefee's ntw brick on Itpot4ttect, e room and see the J. W. RAMSEY, Fro'r., SI'LKNDID KAKM Largest and Bost Seloctod Stock MRS. Thegonds I E. KENNEDY, Who will at alt times be glad to accommodate alt Of Millinery In town, with good rigs at reasonable rates. My 'llusjwill bound 10 pirate you. U) j3 meet all K, C. trains. and prices arc T. COURTS. For Sale Cheap Privately. Iwill sell J. H. BAUGHMAN, KIRE AND STORM W. pnatcly My Splendid Farm of 150 Acres, INSURANCE AGENT .. .Representing..... boyal:bakino;powder fHHu1 PRICE, To-da- y C. D. POCTXXX, GENERAL STORE, blessing neath the smile of Clod. Christian at Work. Iteroirnlrn Your Knemy. It takes a strong man to face an issue squarely. It is usually easier to ignore or to mock nt the power of temptation than to ndmit and to fear it. llefore n man can realize his weakness in the presence of nn enemy ho must recognize the enrmy. And it takes courage to look and to be afraid, and then to decide to resist unto death. S. S. Times. Tartly IVnplr. falls white and fro.en, melting into JOHN BAILEY, Is a candidate for jailer, lubjeet to the action the old Jelfersonlan democracy. Situated . miles .South ol Stanford. This farm is ina high state of cultivation and has plenty of the bett ol water All in grais but 40 acres. Ilaa the very best of improvements W. W. HAYS, Stanlord, Ky., of 47-- 'i of Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action the Democracy JOHN B. MERSHON W. W. HAYS, MRS. J. F. DUNN, TEACHER of VOICE CULTURE, YTD PIAKO. STANFORD, KKNTL'CK. Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Enfj.; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. Alt of which are first-cla- ss Companies. I woulsl be pleased to wait on my Iricndsin this Use. Pol. icies promptly issued. Will Insure against tornadoes, wind storms and lightning Lightning clsus-esattachOffice at First National Hank, Stanford. without additional charge Is a candidatetor jailer, subject to tb the dcmociacy. action ot Chorus Class and Sight Roading Class. Froo. any time. Session commences Sept 6, but pupils can enter SPLENDID FARM PETER HAMPTON, ot Is a candidate for jailer, subject to the action the democracy. FOR SALE PRIVATELY. I will sell privattly my arm of jaoacrcs,isituat cdon the Writ M of toe lluilon.llle k I) in vlllenike. miles Irom Huituor.lle and within a half mile of the railioad station of Moieland. 1 he f.im is In a splendid state of cultivation, 1 $100 BEWABD. HORSE AND BUGGY STOLEN. Stanford, Kentucky, DAIRY. A pastor who has noticed two or three SAM M. OWENS, members who ure uniformly late at Sheriff of Lincoln county, every religious service, from five to fif- I. .candidate forof the democratic j nroary. ject to the action teen minutes, wonders how it is that they are so systematic in their tardiD. ness. He can not understand why they do not occasionally make mistake and Is a carididate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, to the action of the democratic pnmary. get to the meeting on time! L'nlted 11 Presbyterian. First-Cla- ss CATHOLIC EXCURSION'. THE GIIKATK8T WOIILD'b "Noticeto the "Traveling Public. 1 The Sh.olton Eouso, repainted and nicely furnished and rbave counection with Hotel one of the best sa- ,00ns in the State, open day and night; anight man meets all trains. lu connection with House ' have also one of the best .Mineral wells in the ritati ,r.nd for reference to water, call on Mr, and Mrs O. W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Erin, Tenn.. A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. E. Proctor, C. II. Braum. Mr. and Mrs T. W. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Johnson, "IlewKaven.JimCox, Grcensbure. Rates Ja per laar. J. M. Petrey, clerk. W Give me a call.Prop. CARRIER, Jso,y I. Rowland At in o, have had THE RILEY HOUSE T. B. RILEY.SProprletor. Kentucky. "London, - I have moved to my new Hotelland am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience Give me a call. de- nied. FRANK Rn,EY, J.H.HILTOIT ROWLAND, KY. OEALER IH CROCERIES, HARDWARE, Hisraoved into his newtore at the junction ol pike the Stanford ft Crab Orchard and " ever prepared letter at Rowland and is nowboth than in to please the trade BTOCic .w.,. 11,. oi',;gooiw, j kicks, h.n re. ontlr added creatlv to hW stock bad and having uo rent to pay and 110 lots bybody, debts (.all fae can sell you g Kids cheaper than anj get his prices befere buying end COME to SEE ME. Having purchased the Grocery : Business Of J. W. Ramsev, lam Increasing the stock as fast as possible and will MXin have it Complete in Every Par- tlcular. my store on Lancaster street and I will suake it to our interest to trade with me in proportion as he is wise, avoids what is called a policy, and lays his plans with his eye on distant possibilities, well knowing that his immediate actions are liable to misunderstanding, and may prove to be a complete failure unless the opportunity is accorded him of realizing Ids schemes. And, in the same way. youth is spent in education which derives all its value from the expected years of manhood, and all the dayb of a good life are necessarily a preparation for that which is to come after; we must study in order that we may teach; we must train ourselves fot duties which will come upon us, as we may reasonably suppose, in some disis untant future. Yet our known; we are not to boast ourselves of it: we can not tell what day may briii" forth, and must, therefore, live only in hand-to-mout- mark of a prudent man to work with eye on the future "Prepare thy work without, and make it ready for thee in field, the and afterwards build thine hou.e'.'" Is it not just what we have to complain of in the foolish man that he ignores "A prudent man soeth the evil and hideth himself, but the simple pass on and stiller for it?" Here is an apparent contradiction which requires reflection. And the difficulty increases when we remember that most worthy works are the labor of years; an architect ,lays his plans for a great building, which he can hardly hope to see finished in hi, own lifetime; an author spends days and months and years in the preparation of materials, and must depend on the uncertain future for a time to shape them into a book; a statesman. his h irjuander a wavolet of thee. A mite of ray twelve-houtreasure. The leat of thv gazes or glances (He they grants thou art bound to or gifts above measure). One of thy choices or one of thv chances (Ho thoy tasks God imposed thee or freaks of thy pleasure), My Day. If I squander such labor In leisure. Then shame fall on Asolo. mischief on mo. Itut it may bo said, is not this the life of a mere butterfly? Is it not the Oh Day. If I FAIR KVEXT. The most attractive period of the Columbian Exposition season to Catholics in this country will bt the week of Sept. 4th, aa that is to be called Catholic Week at the World's Fair, owing to the Congresses of most or all societies of the church convening there then. In view of this, elaborate arrangements have been made by the Very Hvv. Father COST FOR THE CASH ONLY, l of the Louisville Bouchet, i I.UIki. i. In rnluCC BIT StOCK OI Diocese, with the celebrated Motion goods so I will be aole to sell out my business at Route, for epecial trains to take a large the tirst oioriuHiiy. inslte theladiesto call and party from Kentucky, lenving Louis- m ' ttR3I. MMl'llFci?; ville Sunday evening, Sept. II. from 10th aire, Maatiird, Ky. street Union Station. He fortunately made his railroad contract prior to the agreement between Chicago lines to advance rates, consequently members of The undersigned hasc lor l,b,T1" brnl by and his party will enjoy particularly liberal Ewes1'ccil, ao llucks imported andbetter bred Keep of Uole No finei or a lvantages, as arrangements are also HKM.DlCIKlOOlMiR Ky Stanford. mule to stop at a beautiful new fireproof hotel near the Exposition sroumls.whero ! a suitable discount was nude to secure the party. Though a large number is work tihinel fur i Come expected, this is the ye.ir railways are size onlytoJi v P" doren Card Si I will make .....:. ., i'..i. rir. Hi..! ...rv Siturdav at same prepared, and it is certain that the ...... 11. rlui.ns wilt take advantage ol splendid equipment will provide these rates and encourage me in my good irki. am, respcciiuny jij.iin for all. Father Rouchet oxtenda thro' FRANK CORDII.R the Kentucky press an invitation to all to participate in tho arranerutiut-- lie has made, and to no to the Fair with his party. Applications for information in McKINNEV. KY detail Bliould be addressed to E H. have hought abore mentioned; Hotel at D. I'. A. Motion Route, Louisville, and have attached a Ky. well Improved with 4 dweilin of 6 or 7 rooms, necessary outbuildings, including a good bain. About half ol the fatm Is sown la grata and the On thenishtofjuly is, 'yt, a HAY 1IORSI entire place la well watered and can be d vlded watstoltn irom the stable of James I' lltiley end into.irj parcels to suit the purchaser For parhiuhcd to the bujgj of J S. Holler. The nor t ticulars write to or call on, J I' LAND, is a dark bay, almost brown, about 16 hands hlch, Ky right eye i out though hardly perceptible j has had scratches and hair is otf tht tune loot, under t fetlocks; he Is e or 7 voais old; III dnnkiu he lapf water llle a do. The running gear of the biicgv is palntmi smoke idor, with uh black stripe, or irtmmiHK, all ofitescept the singletree, which is black, the bed and top are black and there Is a place about two inches square cutout of STANFORD, KV IsaCandidate fsr Jailer of Lincoln county and thedaih oil the inside The hind aile tre near any lelt hind wheel has been welded and the namtat asks his friends not to commit themcles to else, as he is forced to stay at home and work that point on the wood Is schorched and entitrly one Demburneil off the iron, the left hind wheel fa. two His candidacy is subject to the action ol the cracked spokes, the saddle of the hatrn-.-i has ocratic party cum mountings, the hip strap has been raeneed This Hotel, renovated and refurnished. Is now where It loini thebieeihing it The follow In( reward l urTerrd, Sioofor la ray charge and I intend to conduct 11 s as ta buggy and horse and conviction ! thlel, not only maintain Its high reputation, but to add return of or S5 for return ol horse $K for return of buggy, to Its long list ol friends Special accommoda-tionsf- .r commercial travelers and nae rooms for or J50 for coHvUtioH of thief. All of prup mors will W left nctf a fot tour months frem ,uly the dltploy sf samples. the cities with ajn.ve line 11, ik;, m which ttsMe tne rrwarif will be withI hae returned Irom . JAMKS P IIAII.l.Y. :A!First-Clas- s el.Mllliuery which I will sell for a small profit. drawn KoJ J S ItOCKKR, Goods leftover, aa fresn as this season 1 will sell at b ianftnl. Ky. Aad MILLIARD and POOL ROOMS 3, from last season, attached j7. JOSEPH COFFKV sub - T. NEWLAND, sub-jec- T. J. HATCHER THE GOFFEY HOUSE JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. MILLINERY. to-w- lhc -- Snloon Vicar-Heuera- POSTED. This netice forewarn huatets, fiirmrmec ami others net t trespass na our lands wlthoit per minion, as all suh will be prosecuted to the full est e stent tif the law Signed 1 D NIWI.A.ND W. H. HAYS. O C LYON. FRED II A I MANN K 1. T-- 1 V '"'"" ..,. Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., Mlnersand shippers ol the GENUINE M. I.ACKOWI1. Original Jellico Coal. Tr r it. We are the sole agents lor "tanford Kw land OllliU nurr ul Dtnot sitrai an.l Jand ...l. road crossing 6 IIIGOINS ,V WATTS. TO. For Salo. ! -- MRS M A. MARTIN J I. HKCK. T C HALL I'KTKR I' A I MLR DO VOU Willi r. "rU,e WANT TO ADOPT A HA11Y1 11 The People of Stanford AND LINCOLN COUNTV PHOTOGRAPHS d firt-cla- Mo-non- 's ,.,n-.ih- r M.iytx' you think thin Is i now limine, aendinir out Ixibit on uppllcullon , It lm ! done liefnrv, howovor, lull neirrlmvi tlww. furnlsliiyl txTn o miirtlio original Mini in l this oiitt. livT inn' will eiclHliii, that's the viiit Iwliy I eser fu P Tina cinrraWnir "in trite llttlo liluoXun you but 11 faint idea of tbovJiiuleitforiciiiHl. 11 Wi-il- thanking sou f"..r . .. :. ,,ur t. .. rwn, resiM--.r nul.v liLeral riatmnair . I'.. i 411 te.iuest ' Us continuance during 1 use the the .oaiuig season Indeed I expect all to " r 3IANUPACTURED ICE, 1 i Commercial 1 Hotel, j I Ra-co- n, I'nr thew reasons I irst. It it made by a home institution Sttoud, Hie Ice is absolNlcly and pure, belni; made Irutu ttirinc water iiemlcally which is hrsi distilled and then carefully filtrrcd before belii froaen I bird, Artificial Ice will last in ich Ioniser than r.ond lr,. Vounh an ...1.1.. .. of cholera i looked lur during the yvr and nothing is so apt to produce or spread this disease as impure waier or Ice. Fifth, it will bc THROUGH SLEEPING OARS VIA lllfi FOUR ROL'TK TO Fir3t-Clas- 3 Bar and Pool Room. Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- l t your Doors Kvrrv morning at the THE WOltM) I A IK. Have repaired and Jrclurnlshed am oetter than eer the Hotel and lilloing Prices, We all lovo comfort, especially when traveling, mid what a great comfort it is Prepared to Accommodate the Public. I Jmym-TT. (lis T IaAv-- x Ji?7v. 11 to-d- Now Call,it W.C. John 11. HUTCHINCS. A G Lanhatn Castleman. ROYAL Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&OASTLEMAiN MANAGERS,: Oommerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. w. TBIBBLE, Local Ajront, .STANFORD, KV leads us to one of the profotindest of nil spiritual truths. It is this: Xo life can be worth anything at all apart from the Ktemal (Jod and faith in Him. Life can not be really lived if it is merely "a measure of sliding sand" taken "from under tho feet of the years," Our swift days can not bo ell'ectually and wisely used unless we. are linked with Him who embraces in Himself the past, the present and the future. We must be sure that the .Master-Artiknows the whole mosaic, and is ordering all the parts, before we can surrender ourselves to tho task ol putting piece into its place; we must have complete faith in the Architect who is designing the whole structure, before wo can have our mind at leisure from itse.lf to chip our block of stone or to carve our tlnv gurgoyle. We can only live in the present, making the most of that which Is roally ours, on condition that vtr have Clod as onr future, relirvin all iiii.vious iaitv. and Hs ur:n v v. just strength for st the solution of thisditliculty 's to be able to take it sleeping car at your own home which runs right through to Chicago without change ami lands p.taaengers at the entrance gate of the great World' Fair without u single etiauge or transfer of any kind. How can this be accomplished'.' Why simply by asking your local agent for a ticket via the llig Four Route, which is absolutely the only line running through sleeping cars in connection wfth the K. T V. & G. Railway and Queen it Crescent Route direct to tli9 World's Fair Grounds and lauding passengers convenient to the World's Fair Hotel Dis trict. Through Sleeping Car leaves Macon 11:15 a. M , Atlanta 2:10 v. m., Rome 1:55 i'. m., Chattanooga 7:25 v. l, and arrives at Chicago 5:15 v. it., Ask for tick-et- s via Big Four Route and for further information address D. B. Martip, General Passenger Agi'iU, Cincinnati. (Special attention Commercial Men I W C.UKKN. Proprietor. J OK CARSON, Manager. JflPslHslsHk v;; jiv.ilsB(sPsB&. 'fVLi .T-L- si ) 10 ...' ' f so pounds or over 40c per hundred fm 'o pounds to no 4Jt per hundred Fsr ia to w pounds . ... toe per hundred Ns less than 10 poundsidclivered. F.. II It KM Kit ' BANKS THE JEWELER. -:- " I'M STA1TFORD, - 1STST. Stock Most Complete -- vtftfo j'. V&,A" r LJlLftnnn killed his son with a beer glass; at Winchester John Ringo attempted to kill his son with an ax and with a gun morRock bottom Prices. Prompt tally wounded a neighbor, while in Chihis daughter, personal attention given to repair cago .Douglas Curtis killed desperately wounded his wife and blew work. One call will convince you bis own brains out. Cause in every that this is the place to trade. case liquor. . FaJucah, Monday, Bill Woods At Kimrs isQin w JMMfm & w VXX? ' Z &&B'jfi . Iff T fc 1 V4. My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has whlrh wo tiropo'! to pertil to yon, trnnirpor-tntlo- n re piiiil Tim llttln darllnir rttn iiRunut turned Irom the cine with an elegant line just mil of a pillow, mill l In tho net of ilmvrliiK off lla lincry, embracing pink sock, tlio mutoof vriilch lins Lo'ii iilltxl on uii'i iiuiiif unldo wllti 11 tiliiinilinut coo. ALL OF THE NOVELTIES Tho U 'slitlnt.iiiro perfect, unit t ho cvm follow you.no tnnttorwhero you ntumL Tlieexqul- - I . . sltfiriMinxliictlonsof this erealcst i;ilntliiKOf L" ,'1,c season, ol which she will have lull control She also engaged a ma nmiirii trio most colt'iinneii 01 iiMMitxn painters of baby lifoiam to tnitrlii-- to tlioeo Firt-Clas- 3 who "iitHrrllMj to Dimiorciit'rt l'umlly .Mura-rln- o Dress-Make- r. for lMtt. Tho reproductions cmihioi to -t told from tlio nrllnul. which co.- JtOil, iiml Call my Millinery before arc tho ann 8lz 17t,."J Inriira Thi Imliy M Inlyingand examineyour stock offor and leave order dresses. 11 fo Mii. and nlxo'iiitily lifelike. Wc hnvo I hanking you for past favors we your same, g solicit also in iircp.irutlon, to prewnt to our l'j(l, other (rreut jiIcHjhk by MARY DAVIS DUDDKRAR. auchurtlstsmrorvy Mornn.Muud Ihiniplirer, Loiilii Duschumps nud others of uoilil-wld- a rvnown. Titko only two cjuniiiltw of w hut wo did lurliiT tin" imit jeur, "A Vurtl of l'nn JAMF.S VKAOKR. THOMAS VEAOER. " iiml A Whlto llousolinlild" l.y tho wlfoof l'lclilciit HurrUou, uud you will bc o ' what our proml-io- i iiiiun. Thosowlio suliio rilm fornemoreet's. Fnmllr Maifiiilno forlAIi will iiocm; nuUi ry ol or- uuLiito workt of art 01 ureut vuliie, oil a teed and i,!.l: Mutrozlno that cannot imi cinmli'il l v nnv in tlio world for its beautiful illiistralioiiH und subject imittur, that wdl kcojievfoono tiont- STANFOHD. KY. eu on 1111 1110 topic's 01 tno nuy, unit nil tno , fads and illiTcrunt itciiH of Inlcrcst nliotit tlio I We are in our new liable in the Opera House ni' I10M, IkMcs fiirnHiliitr' InUicstlnir rr ad'njr m.tttor, both prnn ami guy. for the Illock and arc well supplied with ' lainlly; und wliik- - ntmori-.-i'U not tr'iule a riisNiofi M.ih'ii.iuo, 114 lufiinou pup uic perNEW RIGS AND HORSES fect, nnd wo uivo you.rre 0 r.''. all the patterns you wUli to usMlurlnir tho ear, and lu nnr sire you choose. Send In your Have been purchased and notlilngbut or.co. only S3, und you villi niilly iirnuuts w ii leave the stable. (ret nrcrSiln vuluf. Addreta the ptitilinher. W. Jennlnirf Domorest, 15 Euct It li St., Now Yort. If you are unniqualntod with th Mnitdno, scud lOccnUIoraHpoclaoii copy gli-l,- a UAiar." New Millinery. .. YEAGER & YEAGER. 11 uvm, mu first-class 1 s 1 Give them a Call. ' .