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SEPTEMBER 1. 1893. -- NO. 53 t i1 . 7 A nlca ruin foil iiore Monday night o town can ooflst. of a more eili- ,, a.... .in n... ii.u w...... for thu llrat time hi throe weeks. than our polite and '"t railroad ag-Fair season the I. J.lnan has had to do Miss Gertttulo Loiter entertained n H ifim.. ,WI nf rnnnlno s.rmin.1 in nr,lr BCCOIIHIIOllatllUJ Mr. BrOWn. foK of bor friends last Thursday eve It is stated on good authority that a Finest Trains in the South." to bo with them "where two or three ' nine. young man, aged 22 years, ate dinner in are gathered together," but he generally Judge It. Boyd, Col. John Dishmmi Through Cars tof'hicago w nhout change, from gets there. This Is Williamsburg Fair this city a few days ago with his father, New Orleans, Meridian. Birmingham, Chatand M. H. French aru attending court and week and early Wednesday morning bo mother, tanooga, Jacksonville, Hi., Atlanta. Macon, this week. Asheville, N. C, Knoxv.llc. Tcnn., Lexington was there ready for business. In fact, Tell John Bright to explain this. and Georgetown, Ky Choice of routes via Tom Gillis jumped from the train At a regular meeting of Cyclone alhelore the gates were open he whs there s Cincinnati or via Louisville st Sunday morning Hrumwell Station Lodge K. of II., held in the rooms of D. j, lowed on all World's Fair tickets, at in waiting. whife it wan in motion and recuived anv Louisville, Indianapolis or Cincinnati. A. Twaddle's hotel, Monday night, Joe wastlm tlrst day of the second For further information as to Rates, Car oral Aeveru bruises. meeting of tho Whitley County Fair and Peck and Thomas Farlee went through Sprvicc, Sleeping Car Reservations, etc., call Mrs. EltrA Carson, of Crab Orchard, the mysteries of the order. The lodge is on or address any at;ent of the Queen & as is usual on the first day, th crowd is is visiting her brothor, D. F. Myers. Dr. Crescent Route or E. T. V. & G. Ry. in a nourishing condition. rather small. It lasts till Saturday, howD. G. Edwards, G. P A., Cincinnati. O. F. K. Berry U nick at hi f.ithur, near Many of our citizens are interested ever, and I'll warrant they will be hero Mahan, with thu (ever. refrom the fur quarters before it is over. in thu proposed strike againBt the Messrs. Sm Mason, Ltwson Uocka duction of wages on the L. & X. and it imThe grounds have been considerably day, IUve Wilcor, It. II Oolyer and is generally believed that the company Monday from proved, the track has been worked on is imposing an unjust and unreasonable DavoSnowden arrived on REV. GEORGE HUNT. and altogether the promise of a successMadiaou county with n nlco string of hardship on its employes. ful meeting is flattering. The news of the death of Rev. George horses for the Fair. Needmore, the southeastern part ol Wednesday morning was given to the Hunt, which occurred nt his home in Kid. J. E. Terry went to Moouey'a this city, with its splendid business Chapel to begin a meeting Mondiy. Prof. Floral Hall exhibits, where everything houses on Main street and its handsome Lexington, Monday, was received with imaginable could be found. lu fact, in deep regret hero, whore he was greatly K. K. Wood and wife have returned cottages on the surrounding hills, pre I opens MouiUy, Sept. 1th. one glance could see everything from sents an inviting scene. Several houses beloved by all classes, inside and out of The Institute J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. a beautifully knitted lady's fascinator to . . ..i .i ..: - thu Baptist church, of which he wsb for Col. P. W. Wood, of Corbin, wai " of hay, from a tiny baby's stock- a long 5H1 1893. hero attendinc court this week, ilo ha a bunch u'e railroad and they con be bought or born intime the faithful pastor. He wbb .. ,.n ,. .... excellent a.....,.,U nf v..nn Fayette 015 years ago and has alis ...p, built a new restaurant at Corhln and on low and easy terms. With leased Full corpiof Conservatory and Normil School teachers, .Superior couret in Literature, Music doing' a tine business; ho reads thu I. J. corn. Almost everything was on exhi- plenty of water, a fertile country and ways regarded that as his home. Grad An. Excellent boardlD? department. Catalogue! and circulars furnished on application was of interest uating at Georgetown College when he and says it is the beat paper In Ken- bition and each exhibit houses to one ami perhaps many. These splen- thu best railroad facilities these was IS, he begun at onco to teach and tucky. filled and a hemp, tobacco or did samples of excellence were unique- should be was for IS years connected with educaHov.Ureen B. Foley died at bis ly arranged in the Hall, and they pre- broom manufactory put on foot. This tional institutions, holding successively Wednesday. home in Williamsburg appearance of prosperity in is tho chance for the capitalist. a professorship in Georgetown College TSLy. Mr. Foley had been in bid health for sented the Ponce de Leon, who sailed to Amerand his death wad not all things and these "hard times" we ica in search of the fabled fountain and tho principalship of Bethel College. several months FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. unexpected. Ho was one of our oldest hear so much about were not even sug- which would restore youth and tho vig- He prepared himself for the ministry at gested. Theological Seminary at Danville A SCHI.OI. AND HOME FOR GIRLS. and most respected citizen. or of life, lived centuries too early. It the The afternoon was devoted to racing Mr. John Chandler, of Campbells rtool Faculty; superior advantages; a beautiful aod healthful location. Special course and special can bu found in the rear of Joe Huff- and his first call was to Maysville, very fair snort was had. A villo, who has been visiting his sister, and some man's barber shop. It flows freely and where he nerved tho church for a num- inducements offered to those who desire to make teachers. Our aim is to mile our pupils thorough home Mon mule raae, a green trotting race and a has wonderful medicinal properties. ber of years. Mr. Hunt was twice mar- 1 he College has ben recently refited, and a College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, Mrs. Dr. Adkius, returned M. O. THOMSON, Principal. &c.,have been added. 33 day. Sivcral of our young people at- running race were on the programme Dan Twaddle and Mart Kearns have ried, tlrst to a daughter of the distin and each CAuie off promptly ou time. tended the It. It. ball at Corhin. Dr. F been using it and the bloom of youthf') guished Baptist preacher, Dr. Dillard, lliey were all notlv contested anil crea- can be seen on their cheeks. Uriah who died shortly aftur the birth of their V. Fiiiley went to Harlan Friday to see Mr. K. L. Mephens. who is ted an unusual amount of interest. The Dunn's hair is turning black and Tom first child, and second to a sister of ', James F. Clay, of Hendervery sick with the fever. Mr. Stephens trotting race was won by Mr. Joe Short's is curling like a child's. Tell who is president of the Fair, and son, who bore him seven children, inteaching school there. is "Happy Jack to come down and try It. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. A party of 'JO .young people went.to who makes himself useful as judge, J. S. Murphy, of tho L. k N, has cluding Mr. Clay Hunt, the well known Three Colleeei ; Three Training Schools Fifteen departments of ttudv. Healthful location Ir starter, Ac. The time was who frequently comes hero. the heart ol tne uiue urass KeRion Gvmnasium and Athletic frrouuda. Moderate cxnense call on S. B. I'rowltt Sunday afternoon. from Lilly. Geo. W.Stephens drummer, session R33 from thirty States and countries. For full informjtiot to JJU). Attendance nags might returned years ago Mr. Hunt offered for tlCO catalogue apply to .last HLANTON, Mr. I'rewitt has a nice country homo not as fast as the Dr. J. A. A mon have returned from Three and D. D., Chancellor, Richmond, Kentucky. tud II. have made it, but fast enough when you A superintendent of public instruction ami Is noted ai the best watermelon Itiitnont, where they have been on a Whitley county. He hvi in a patch are not in a hurry. business trip. A. J. Chadwell, of East and received the instructions of most of Capt. J. B. Douglas, who is running the counties in which he was known, of abort SO acres and says he is sure of Bernstadt, is slopping at J. W. Carrier's the premium at the Fair this week His the Fair train and whojs an old Stan- to bu treated by Dr. Carpenter. Mr. and but he withdrew before the convention life was ended peaceyoung friends wish him a loiu life and ford man, informs me that he has a tine Mrs. Fred Burgess, of Louisville, are met. A boy at his house. Thu genial captain, DANVILLE, KY. fully and calmly aud he has heard the gooJ luck with his melons. Mr. W. S. visiting Mrs. T.L.Shelton. who runs what is known as the "Short plaudit, "Well done thou good and The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. Morgan was Ah Mr. O'Bannon Knox has just returned from tho World'd Cor-bi- n, enter thou into the home from town his hone be- Dog." plying between Jellico and Fair. .Mr. James Green, of tho Q. A C. faithful servant, With a full coune of study, both English and Classical. While the course ol instruction is espeIs making a splendid man. Occajoy of thy Lord." cially adapted to prepare youn men fur the Kreshmau Clan, it is intended at the same lime to furcame frightened at some men who sud railroad, was at theShelton House Sunnish a liberal Knglish education to any who desire it In connection with the Academy, sionally a tough wants to ride on his deuly entered the rovl from a day. Mr. Fred Graves, of Livingston, LIBERTY. ' and in his elfbrts to run from them, fell train without a ticket and bays that his A has been here to see a lady friend. Mr. (Juarterly Conference of the Metho- Has becnesuMuhed over the river btnk, which is alout 30 pistol or Winchester will act as his per- and Mrs. T. P. Dudderar, of Richmond, in the Home and under the personal contiol el the Principal. Regular study feet high at that place, taking Mr. Mor- mit, but this does not ailed the genial are visiting Mrs. Alfred Haley. Mr. dist church is now going on at Atwood's hours under the supervision of the Principal and astlstants and tho restraints and government of a Christian home are combined with the best educational advantages. but courageous captain in the least, and gan with him The men soon got Mr For further parti ulars in regard to board, tuition, etc , address Dan McCullum, of Junction Chapel. fare or get and Mrs. John W. Wilkinson, who has been M. out of the river and for while it was such toughs either pay their JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. City, are visiting I). A Twaddle and thought he would not live, but he is oil. wife. Mr and Mrs. J. P. Kearns have seriously Bick for more tlian a week, is Owing to the scarcity of water, and now some better, with a good prospect from n visit to her father and now up aud going around. guner.il dull time, thu large saw mill be- returned Miss Lulu Page, of Columbia, acof recovery. mother In Marion county. Mr. S. It esse of tho Commonwealth vs. longing to the Kentucky Lumber Co. Newlaud, of Taylor, Texas, is visiting companied Mrs. Wilkinson home from The John I'axtou for the murder of Milda has shutdown and the result is many friends in Rowland. Mr. C. A. Major, her visit to that place and is again among Bryant was begun lat Thursday anil workmen aru out nf n job. It is not of Knoxville, Tenn., is visiting his favor- us. Mr. J. K. Aheran and L. H. Minor closed Tuesday at 11 o'clock and after known when the work will be resumed. ite girl in this city. Williamsburg is in the midst of a very have put a bright coat of paint on the two hours' deliberation the jury returnremodeled church aud it now looks like ed a verdict of not guilty. No one w ho lively week. Besides the Fair, big court HUST0NVILLE. a new building. Thoy will also paint heard the trial thinks that lMxton could is in session and the combined crowds Jones Haughman and sister, Miss Pierce'H hotel when ready for it. have committed the crime. The Mc- - of the Fair and those who attend court on MonMrs. Savannah Lanham, operated on fi raw ease from Harlan was then railed make things present a pretty liely ap- Kate, entertained their frieniU day evening. was pearance. for obstruction of the bowels, last week, and in leas than an hour the jury Mips Bertie Knoch has been employI fee very changes that have been died on Saturday morning. After tho selected and the trial begun. Mr. W. A. wrought since my Inst visit to Williams- ed to take charge of Carter's school, operation Morrow is acting as Commonwealth's it was found tbat there was N iuablied and attorney, Mr. Lester having been em- burg, but the town seems to be holding near Hustouvilie. She only a mere chance to save her lite, for Building Hat well deserws the appointment. , ployed in the cao befoiH be was elected its own very well indeed as usual in such it had been deThe next session of Christian Col- layed too long. a stand-stilhut not no for any length of Commonwealth's attorney. i time, I was informed, in fact, there are lege will open Monday, Sept. Ith. We There were very few in attendance prospects of a big hotel being built be- have gooil reasons to look for a large at- at county court Monday and there FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. wo, tendance and a prosperous eaion. fore many mouths come and go. no business before the court. Hut stid The Ijitonia races begin Tho interior of the College is being K. C W. the day was made interesting on actastily painted and papered. The corps count of tho monthly meeting of George for sale. Morelantl. Southdown ewes and bucks of teachers will he the same with the M Or C. Fqwler, Stanford The Methodist meeting at Morehind exception of Miss Clay, of Bourbon, Cabbell Post G. A. R. and also of tho Foil Sai,k. Ten nice 2 year-ol- d drew law crowds and though there wat. who will take the chair vacated by Mini Casey County Medical Association. Tho Association met in the court hou&e with mules. C. A. Uedd, St., Crab Orchard. a deal of "Lord. I thank Thee that Ora Knoch. J. T. Wesley in the chair. There was a B. G. Goversold to .1. M. Hendricks I am not as other men are" ahout the conductThe meeting at Morelaud, tlrst cottage and lot beyond the sermons, llro. Cockerel is a very earn- ed by Hev. Cockrell, closed Tuesday. good attendance of tho medical fraternion the HiiBtonvillo pike for $100. est speaker and gives some excellent ad- While in progress several young tnon ty and among those of othor counties Monte Cliristo, Jr. wore the blue vice. Let us hope that much goodwill were reproved for ill conduct. In turn were Drs. Hawkins Brown aud Patrick Humphrey, of Uustonville. Proceedtie in the big saddle stallion ring at result from his etl'orts here. these young men heotowedalikefavori?) ings opened by a well written paper on Shelbyvllle. He hab worn a tie in each A very pathetic story is told of Mi. ou the preacher, for Homo chaige unof the four saddle, purses hu has showr, Rtidgewater's little hoy, llenry. When known to tho writer. But lo, he fiedl Dysentery by Dr. W. L. Lowder, of than third. told that his father was dying the little As to the question why did he flee, Humphrey, after which tho subject wus but wu8 never before better fellow dropped ou his knees aud earn- rather thau prosecute or endure such thoroughly discussed by Drs. H. Brown, Reduced rates to Latonla fall races, estly asked the Lord to spare hw father, disreputable oilenBe, becomes more dif- Isaiah Wesley, Drs. Haney, W. T. Garner and J. T. Wesley. This discussion Sept. 2 to Oct. 7th, via Queen it Cres- hut if he died, to keep him out of that ficult to answer. consumed the foieuoon session. In tho on sale each day of awful hurtling place where wicked peoplcent route. Tickets Mrs. C. II. I'aine, of Hostou, and meeting to Cincinnati and return, good e-fo. A lady who heard the child says Miss Louise Baiioy, of your place, were afternoon Dr. Hnney opened with a paAT flvo days from dato of Bale, from all that she never heard a more earnest with Miss Dollv Williams last week. per on inflammation, which was debated by tho members generally. Then on Q. fc C. aud Louisville Southern prayer from the lips of auy one. Mr. James Fryo and family have returnTickets Cincinnati to in Kentucky. Misses Uollio Howies aud .Susie ed from Kusiell Springs. Mrs. W. 1 followed a paper on Cholera Infantum Lexington and return at one faro for thu ThompkiiiB, of Richmond, Va., and Miss Swone and little son, Parker, of Owen- - by Dr. O. L. Herren, which elicited very round trip every Saturday evening, good Addio Hawkins, of Frankfort, Ky., are ton, and Mrs. Granville Shaw, of Louis- interesting views from Drs. Haney, Parreturning Monday, will enable turfmen visiting their relatives, Mr. W. 11. Haw- ville, are guests of Mrs. S. Ci. Dryo. ker, Brown, Humphrey Lowder and and others to spend Sunday in thu Bluu kins, of this place, aud Mrs. Julia Cal- Mrs. W. J. Robertson, of Springfield, Isaiah, James and J. T. Wesley. Dr. Graes Region. D. G. Edwards, G.P. A., vert, of Junction City. Mr. and Mrs. W. and Mr. Heed Knott, of California, are Isaiah Wesley then reported a case of amputation of the breast and exhibited Cincinnati, 0. 13. Hawkins will return to thu coal mines with their sister, Mrs. Kmmett McCor-mac.FOR. tho tumor removed, followed by Dr. J. Moreland has a matron Mis. Mrs. Maggie Rudolf and Two harvest excursions to the Wes at Lily T. Wesley giving a history of the case. and Southwest, September 12th aud who would have honored ancient Koine. Carrie Carpenter, of Wichita, Kas., are Drs. Brown, Stono and Lowder were ap., at one This lady is o'J years of age, the mother also her guests. Mr. Adolphus October 13tb. via thu L. pointed a committee to arrange a proof 11 children, the youugon ouly a few of Nashville, Tenn., came by en faro for the round trip; tlckots good 20 gram for tho next meeting, who, after days. Thu great Cherokee strip will bu months old, does all her own work with route to Chicago, Misses Yeager of letiriug for a few hinutes, reported the open for settlement at 12 o'clock noon, the alacrity of a girl of 1(1 and looks like Boyle, who visited Miss IMary Adams, following: A paper on Placenta Previa Sapt.'lOth. Any Information in regard a very comely matron of 3o. have returned. Miss Minnie Drye and by Dr. James Wesley; one on The PracMr. 'Henry Garten, of Hradfordsville, tickets, &c. call on or address W. W. to At Columbia, a. C. bunday morn were with friends here this week. Miss tice of Medicine by .Dr. W. T. Garner. Ky. Penn, T. P. A Junction City, ing thu wind reached a velocity of I'. Jane Hlaln, of Simpson county, former- Tho association then adjourned to meet dillicuTty of obtaining currency miles an hour and the rainfall for 112 at Dunnville on the Ith Monday in SepTho ly of Hustouvilie, is visiting old friends Htateuieut of President hours was ,"0 inches. On the coast the here. Mrs. May and family, of Somer- tember at 10 A. M. is shown In tho lngalls, of the C. & O. and Big tour, hurricane blew a (K) mile clip and prob set, Bpent several days with Mrs. D. S. Three men fired into a bolt linetraiu that ho had to pay 50,000 in order to ob- ably reached 100 miles at aea. Much Carpenter. at Mlddlesboro. Mrs. Mary Bowling was necessary damagu was done, telegraph, telephone tain tho 51,050,000 in currency The cholera returns for tho past shot through the left side and John and railroad sys)etns being completely to pay the omployea of the two roads. week show that in 21 provinces of Rub-si- a Krcwnston received a bullet in the were drowned by the paralyzed. Six persons Moberly, Mo., suffered a $00,000 llro 4,323 new cases were reported, and thigh. The men were caught and barely Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to Ad overturning of tho yacht Alpha, near escaped lynching. dress. R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. 1,092 deaths occurred. Tuesday. Whitehall, N. Y. nt The Whitley County Fair as Seen by an I. i. Man. ROWLAND. kfc66'fcV1k-'-'''fc'- Queen & Crescent Route Stop-over- step-fath- er I step-mothe- I ( Chatta-noog- To-da- y THROUGH CARS TO CHICAGO. 4. Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September .,., ,.. ,,.... "".. 's&vs Huston ville, "" lit OT11M8TIAN OOOJEGEJ, Court-hous- e Gat-111!- CENTRAL university timo-keepo- r, hI blue-gras- s r.iis-erl- n well-spe- Centre College Academy. Home Boarding and Training Department by-pa- th Your account is due 1st day of ach i the month. M'KINNEY BROS. Elegant New Stools of ciu-ea- l, toll-gat- e ugs, Carpets, Mattings Candies, Lunches,Fryits, &c, fita-tia- n l Severance & Son CALLONRZIMMER THE BAKER. 4 m k. to-da- v. Pur-yea- r, Fancy taries,Breaii, Cakes, Pies 'M 1 i 1 .1 A Good Meal for 25 Cts. ," J ' ili-- i . '. q iiiZ2!2iSHH!!8P??fi?? " MMOlKJMeJiMWi WW w LZJTT , 'T """ . TTrW saw"w p- jr T'WWa mirk'- a i "-"w; n tu -1r "". 11111-" iwii ..... i t w Tin i . j. ffWV 'T" L "" -- " " p- - - fr "i. ""F " r? Semi-Weekly Interior Journal 1, 1893 Editor Knott devotes a column in . LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY- - Stanford, Ivy., Septemhur W. P. WALTON. 6 OR 3 PAGES. EVERY IFS-HD-A.- . DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Representative, HARVEY HELM. For Superintendent of Public Scrooli, W. F. McCXARY. The Wilson bill to repeal the purclias-i- n clause of the Sherman silver law went through the House like greased lightning. Nono of the estimates of tho repenlere claimed more than 70 majority, but when the vote was taken it was found that just GO more members had wheeled into line than they thought, Thk committee on rules having adoptvote giving the bill 1150 majority, ed a rule to make 100 members consti standing 239 for repeal and 109 against it. This shows that 34S members voted tute a quorum in the committee of the Reed crew very out of theSoG, a larger number than usu- whole, in hi criticisms of the majority, ally vote on any question. The people which swearing it would never consent spoke, an honest president respondto such rules as governed the olst Coned and the representatives heeded. A wink is as good as n no to a blind gress, had consented. After ho had con horse and it is hoped that the Senate cluded his egotistic and eulogistic effort, will harken and not delay the will of Speaker Crisp called a member to the the people so emphatically expressed chair and in language scathing, but po lite, lambasted the dethroned Czar till through those who have just come among them. The only two of he squirmed from the punishment. He tiff. Ben Evans was called before the Kentucky's delegates to vote against re- said the country had repudiated moat : grand jury last week and refused to be : peal were those exceedingly light weightfl, thoroughly the methods of the 51st Congress and especially the autocratic action sworn. Ho was tuken up before the and Goodnight, while Stone, MontEllis judge who promptly ordered Benjamin gomery and Paynter joired tllem in of its speaker in counting quorums,, A. URHANSKV, to jail. Ho was brought out before the when they did not exist. Mr. Reed voting for tho Bland amendments proa reply, but his speech was far judge each morning, but firmlv refused viding for free coinage of silver at a to talk. Wednesday morning, however, ratio of 17 to 1 to 20 to 1, all of them be- from the usually bright utterances and -- The beautiful lot which Mr. White the judge imposed a fine of $30 against -- : ing defea ed by about 100 majority. fell very flat. The present occupant of oll'ered the college as a gift is tho prettiwas ordered to work it out only 77 majority against the the chair in the House is not a bully nor him and he There was paid immediately. est site about town for that purpose and if n Rki'KM'n-cks- . law, bulldozer as his predecessor is, but that on the streets not re enactmentof the W. A. Slayma-ker- , if built there will add ;L000 to the value he is able to fully cope with him in de- A general impression prevails that in a Gov. McCreary being one of tho minoriA. G. Huffman, J. C. McCla-ry- . kind a man can only be of tho institution. The walk may seem of ty. Ool. Silas Adams, like the honest bate, or otherwise, was fully shown by case this J. W. lerin, J. V. Wallace, jail during the sitting of the too long at first thought, but go to kept iii man that he is, voted for the repeal of the incident of Tuesday. 15 n? larger towns and it would be considered John Ncwland, J. N. Menefee, K. Hie grand jury, but it's a mistake. the "cowardly makeshift" enacted by C Waller, Win. Rice. W. C. AbW. B. Haldeman telegraphs the Cour- iitdL'e can hold him during ins entire only a short distance. The elevation inhis party. The result is n victory for ier Journal that while in Connecticut he sures pure air and a tine view of the surbey, T. H. Meals, H. K. Wcarcn, the president, honest money and the learned of the true state of President term. and good water can be W. G. Raney. A. J. Karp. Mrs. Kate do Valcourt and Mies rounding scenery Already confi- Cleveland's health. demand of the people. It is greatly im- Katie Craitr, of Now Orleans, who have easily secured. dence is being restored and if the San- - paired and his condition is similar to Mr. Hugh Miller and wife, are visitguests of Miss Jennie Lsckey, Kvcry one guaranteed, Special ate is wise it will not delay the good that of Senator Beck for sometime bo- - been the ing near Lancaster. Mrs. Cleo IJrowti have returned to their home in the Cres inducements now offered. time a'coming and son are visiting relatives in Garrard fore his death. The whole country will cent City. Misses uessie auu Jennie county. MrM. Sain Ward, ol Livingston, visiting The committee on ways and means join iii a petition to the Throne of Grace Burnside are .... ,!. Miss Maud Robin I d.1 .1 M.j v. ..I i'IIT. O 11 tV'ill. ....... i ... Vll H. WEAREN & CO. ininuin lilt? that his case will not result as the Sena- 8011. .MISS .Ull'ie ouaires nan iriunicii has been subdivided by Chairman Wil-BMrs. Helen Green, of Frank i this wet-k- . tor's, but that he may be spared long up- from the Cincinnati Conservatory of and will proceed at once to the prepfort, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. M. C . Miss Jennie Pherigo has rearation of a general tariff bill after grant- on tho earth to bices the people with Ins Music. Miller returned Miss Best-iMiller. ing hearings, to all interested parties. wisdom and counsel. turned to Atlanta, Ga. Capt. W. J home viith Miss Helen Smith Miss is in town. Mrs. Dr. Rodgers has Pnniiin The committee on customs is composed NEWSY NOTES. t.lioid liau rilt II rtlttil ffllll flM.' of Meesrs. Wilson, Whiting, Breckinreturned to her home in Bloomington, accompanied by Miss Mamie Pearl. don I want to reduce my There is a case jof yel ow fever ut Ind. Graham Price. Cul Fackler and ridge, Reed and Burrows, three demolarge stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, Danville beauties, Mr. Leonard Uethurtim attended the and offer them at prices never so low. Call crats in full accord with the platform Port Tampa, Fla. Claud King, three and examine the stock. London Fair. Mr. Win. McClnre and adopted in Chicago at the last National Seuator Sherman made a speech ad- were in the city this week. fa nily have been visitinir in London. Ladies' watches former price $50 now S.jo 00, In the case of the Commonwealth convention, to two republicans who are vocating the repeal of his own bill. , By twos and fours the "Wil-so- n Ladies watches former price 535 now S27.00'; A NewOastle negro murdered an njainst Thompson fortealing cattle, the wedded body and soul to the McKinley gan" of desperadoes are beiug haulLadies' watches former puce S25 now S17 50! defendant plead guilty and was sentenciniquity. Three beats two though and Italiun peddler and a mob broke his This gang haaf been carrvi g ed to the penitentiary for one year ed up with an overwhelming democratic ma- neck Monday. this Htction with a high hand for some Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the conjority in the House and a respectable James Howard, on trial at Lawrence Dan Red, a youthful man of color, months in the lower edge of Maditiou, laaceny and was ne in the Senate, tho people may be burg for the killing of fohn C. Morgan, fessed to grand -- : portion of Jackson Htid in the pen. The moto one year bure of the relief that th- party which at Tyrone last February, wan given a life a new trial by the counsel for north eHHtern Rockcastle. Thev had a tion for has always stood up for their rights, sentencrt. regular camping outfit, consisting of This sale will be made for CASH. H.ing thv money along with yon. has been promising so loug and not The rainiest place in the United Canor L. Roberts wa overruled and an wagons, horssri anil all uecesftary accou appeal granted to the court of appeals until now, by getting poe?ession of every States is the shore of Neap Bab, in A-. tremeiitH for outdoor living They would branch of government, been able to ful- Washington, whera 1'Jii inches of rain Dr. Kurdett Ramsey obtained a ver hen dict against the Richmond it Lancaster rob corn tiflds, ami roosts, smoke bono fill. A tariti'for revenue only laid upon fell last year. when detected would II. II. KINO. es, barns, etc GI'.OKOK V. I'M. WITT. Co. for the sum of 515, the luxuries and not the necessaries of Joseph Bosworth, of Ravenna, ()., Turnpike Road teirnriz" the owners with t ti rents ol for compelling him to pay toll when he Other and incendiarism. life and not framed for the benefit of the selected his pastor and text to he used rich against the poor in now absolutely at his funeral and went to bed and com- had a contract with tho directors, grant- and more serioiif crimet are laid at their ing bun a free pass on condition of his door. assured. mitted suicide. MORELAND, KY., At Fleetwood Park, V Y., the great Mrs J. T. Horn, of Barbourville. at- closing up a lateral road, popularly We have opened up a nice, line ol Thekk was no excuse for the New Cas- tempted suicide bv taking pike." trottinir sire. Directum, went five huutfl morphine, drown as a "shun at tin' rate of 21l), creating a new world tle mob hanging the negro Leonard Tay- - probably because of trouble in the famil record. The last heat was covered in tf v tlwi minnAivtrl an n iR ft n MT. VERNON, ROGKCASUE COUNTY ' itl ' ' whc resulted in her oldest son r,T,, not die and even if 2 01 The man :.,.. i u Mr. John Smith, of Pleasant Valley, ci i...t iiuouuuu, jjci ivuuvury is very he had the negro was in jail and sure of doubtful died Aug. 28. We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get MRS. F. DUNN, punishment by legal means. OccasionIn the U. S. Senate it was decided Elder Jos. Ballon pleached here one the most lor the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots ally the services of Judge Lynch are im- by a vote of 32 to 2!) TEACHER of VOICE CULTURE, which enables us to make very low ' that Mr. Mantle week with 15 additions to the church. prices. Salt 7 bu. 51.50. peratively demanded, hut this whs not was not entitled to a Beat Messrs. Carr and JDillion were here in that body. I'lAXO, Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save vou one of the cases. There is nothing half Tiie right of John B. Allen, of Washing- WpdiiPKfiiiv lookinir nn building con money. SIAMOJtlt. KKN if CK so sure in law as that a negro will get ton State, to a seat claimed , under similar tracts. full punishment for his crimes, if com- circumstances, was denied by and Sight-Readin- g CWWe are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. Mr. Jonas McKenzie has nearly Chorus the same We have 11 yearling Southdown Hucks and IS Kentucky And against a white vote. mitted in Froc. Lambs, all completed a handsome residence on for sale man, consequently the men who killed Seun ommeiicei Sept ', lui pupils can mcr In Harper county, Kansas while Main street. anr tunc Taylor are even more cowardly imirder- - reaching for stint mm & iiiu f itt,, More buildings are in com! of erec, , O.IHIIVI 1. 11 .1 ..'i! . ecause uiHy ersu.an Rra inuu a 00-- hld ,eft on ub, 3.vear.old Lhi,(, 0, tion than was ever known during tho " 4l.,..'- -i . ni on I am IIJUOIICU.IIUKUI iiiuuu DIICJUl tin. nliml.linn nl l.Lvn.l (mil. wiBir.prflllk mi ..a mi 1iui.liarul .1, v weapon, town's history. victim given no show whatever. But the load striking Mrs. Oliver, who had a Mr. Hosack, of Bellaire, O , is visitafter all, we must confess that if there I will rent at puMlc au lion on Ih? ptfmi.ii, ISOVERTHC babe in her arms Hoth were ing friends here. Mir-- Hay Jones, of tcile Fast ol Crab Of chart, on were more legal neck stretchings there fatally injured. relatives here. Mid'boro, is with would be less excuse for the illegal 16, 1893, j Knos Howard, the notorious Harlan Bale Wilson was arrested and taken 11 1- HI practice, which is growing into alarming . hy Sherilf Wat county desperado, who escaped from tn yesterday My Farm of proportions. " tno iiuannl)urg jail a year ago. has son, of Pulaaki, on a kuklux charge and 150 ACfcES OF FINE LAND, been recaptured and is now in custody other oflenses. These United States are not broke lint In yet by a jugfull. After a mouth's work at I'ineville. He is wanted fo- the murItockcastle Baptist Association anilgood t.iteiif cultivation anil i brlik remleurc The well ki,rl? alrirU other jooJ LuilJingi tZjli I I of three officers and (G men they find der of Deputy United States Marshal have changed the date of their meeting rotation "I the Iioum- anil cultivating hi ml ivrn ' 5Tri U 1 here an 25 arret in iuch !'. , a t'fjn as rcntfl. I i that there nre at Freedom church to Oct. Ith, so as not jo for mull grain 2; for corn ami 70 in in the JatneB T. Middleton. , 1 sVZAV Note on 13 month's tin i, well anil timothy 1 On tho 2oth inst, according to Sectreasury and for that amount the new to conflict with our circuit court. v. (lotted will be rf .uiri'J. At the miro time ami n Oiil retary Carlisle, the amount of currency McCoy and wife havo. place I will tell a heal of llorte Stork, confining Mr. Cieorge treasurer, Mr. Morgan, receipted to Mr. of 2 brood mare, large t.iinily home 16 hamlt. y fl f VtTfm,ttJ Nebeker, who steps down and out on in the country outside of the treasury gone to housekeeping in the Owens res- safi' and gfiiile, V old marc by AUrk lime, 1 I"' weanling mare account of circumstances over which ho was f.'iS, lfi2..T50 greater than on the let idence. Prof. Dickiiiton and family have III foal to Ucuner'i iJemnaik, weanling hortc colt by Silver colt by unit, has no control. Strange as it may ap- i tist., and $70,291,781! greater than Sept moved to Mm. McFerran's residence, in ( hiniei, lUm by Judge Kiujit nildout of I'rince lbert mare, p.ur of good work mule, 15 hanilf last. The secretary says there is plen- Whitu'ti addition. pear, after republican possession of so high, 6 milk cows j weanling caUui, a yearling heiftri, 1,003 j.ouml tecr, a long a time, not one cent, nor even the ty of money, but it has been withdrawn At the residence of tho bride, Mrs. jo young yearlingnearly full ttock Sontlidowiu, ' ewe; 'iouivmiCV. from ciiciilatinn. of this place, and Mr. J. will bred Southdown llucka, ft hogt, 7 ow and j Angie Clark, j of a cent, was missing. The coin FROM lot fim cUs old com, jo U.k nice tm.olhy pigi, The West India hurricane which Stephens, of Berea, were united in mar- hay, aoatre corn In finld. trw rick, lard, baweighed oyer 5,000 tons or 10,000,000 LOUISVILLE OR CINCINNATI. implement!, conUting of swept the Atlantic coast from St. Augtu-t!n- riage Tuesday. We extend our hearti ton, pounds. new, whom drill, smoothing liar wagon-on- r Fla., to New York Sunday, Mon- est congratulations. DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE , 1 tlbb' turning plowj, nw set low, u.ii'nn hiriKws. t lamllv carriage, is aland ill The machinists of thu L. k S. have day and Tuesday probably cost 200 Hvef. iNciuora Chief Wilson, who visited here re- bee ami no honey taken tin year, large 1st of' Pullman Vettlbule Sleeping and Buffet Parlor new Upright gone out on a strike because of a reduc- At Port Royal, S.C., nearly J 00 negroes cently, was of the K. T. F. A. instead of household and kitcken furniture, Cart. Domestic tewing machine l'u no, tion in their wages und it is said that thu and six white persons were kill.! nr K. of L.. as stated. The Foreman's Ad- - cooking wardrobes. 'inlng and cooking atovo j Only Route Through the Indiana new iloe, numerous . trainmen will do so too rather than ac-- a drowned. Savannah renortn 1.1 ilpn.l a thu oilicial orcan of this and many oilier article $10tooand under 10 inenuon cash; over THIMS All sum of Natural Gas Belt. 10 per cent, reduction. It is hoped, and many missing. At Charleston treat order, contains much interesting read- - that amount u months' tiiufl 011 good negotiable VlWdJK'UKli' THROUGH TICKETS with 6 per cent inicresr notei, however, that they will consider well damage was uono. Over 10 wrecks are ing mutter. THI51 tlhf J AND TMtIR CONMf CTKh IICUBLO inillitlCHIlUinUII'K AT TH PhlKCIHl. TlCf T OfllCH Of taking eo decided a step. This is reported and many vessels areBtill miss-inschools Call on up limine keeping Milledgevillc, for Mt. Vernon boasta of three 11. ii iover, ui SOUTHCHH RAILA8. the worst time to carry a point that they Kernersville, X. 0., had 100 houses now in session. Besides tho public further Inforiiiatlon For iKronuATioN in Rtasno to rath ami MRS. M.A. SINGLETON, Any DtsiniD CtTAii cosccRMNa thii have ever known. The country is full of wrecked. Tho lower portion of Balti- school, two private ones; one conducted Crab Orchard, Ky, SERVICE, PlIAX APPIV BT IHTIR CD rHON Tf KCRAM TO UTMCR OF THE rOHOMINQI idle men and places would bo easier than more waa flooded and Washington was by Prof. Dickinson, of Mitcalf county, offer for aale privately U farms; running R. H. HCIT. Sonlitro Fan'r Innt. . Iisxnur. Tim ever to fill. Let the trainmen think also visited by a severe storm, c'nnow and the other by Mrs. Jas. Croucher, fiom 10 to 100 acres. Will sell one or all. II ilf a , IIIIIA f CtO.R.IHOKPSOJ.S.I.hJS-ratrEtLUIXCTOXIIT" balance on Ion? twice before striking and then notj Island and Asbury Park aleo suffered testify to the great interest that ih taken cash, Corrcipondence time with 6 per cent, interUUISTILLt'lI -loUciteil. est. K$) 6WDU 0o6r..il.al C.,al hu'r InnL yj o "!f, - n Ky. ,11. G.COVEH.MIIIedgeville, greatly. strike. V Til Ccr. yctrta aid T 8t, a XCISSill, 0. here in education.. and captious criticism Creary, but can cite but ;two ovonts in his public career in which ho failed to rise to the importation of the occasion. Being heart and soul for Cleveland for president, we agree with the Post' that the governor's speech at the last State convention was disappointing, but in the multiplicity of other praiseworthy acta, we do not harbor it against him. E litor Knott says that Gov. McCreary is a very common place man and on this point we cannot do better than let Editor Logan anawrr: Mr. McCreary may be the "common-place- " man that some people claim that he in, but when it is considered how well he has acquitted himsQlf in all tho stations of honor and trust ho has occupied Speaker of the Kentucky House of Representatives, Governor of the State, tive terms a member of Connre63 and American Commissioner to the International Monetary Conference the only regret io that such public servants as ho has ever shown himself to be are not more common. the Louioville Post to the paragraph in Missed Kate and Lillian Kiunaird this paper invoightug ag.iinst the carpentertained a. nn rubor of friends Tuea ing of Gov. Mc- te er Far-caBt- ic 1 up-fro- m day evening in honor of Miss Mabel Burnside. Mr. Sam Duncan, who went to Martinsville, Ind., to bo treated for rheumatism, hue returned home ami siys he feels like a A week when in a few words a great deal can be said? If bargains yon are in quest of, you needn't go Wednesday morning about 11 o'clock any further than the caught the kitchen at the tire ou tho roof from a spark from the chimney. The alarm was sounded and the ihmes extinguished with, u few buckets of water. Calvin Morgan Fackler, of Danville, was examined by Capt. Herndon and Gen. Landram and licensed to practice Where yon will always receive the vo polite attention of competent clerks and the prices on all classes law. His examination was highly cred of good' are simply out of sight of all competitors. itable to tho young student and he went on his way rejoicing. The impromptu hop given by the club at the Mason Hotel, Monday evening, was one of the most enjoyablo events of the season. Eighteen couples tripped And very distinctly, too', and since we b for c.'.sh in hrge quantities, it stands to reason that we can the light fantastic to tho music of Prof. under-sell- . Our daily increasing trade attests 'the truthftilnes of our assertions. A Wi means to buy Green's orchestra until early in the you cant resist our low puce temptations. On morning. Refreshments wore served at 12 o'clock. In tho case of the Central Kentucky Lunatic Asylum against L. F. Hubble as trustee of J. C. Humber, the trustee at whose instance Humber was placed The new ones grow enthusiastic over our unparalleled bargains, and thus the good work of redemption in the asvlum, plead limitation on the from and over the high prices of the infamous credit system moves along surely, smoothly and systemataccount of the State for taking care of ically. Humber prior to the five years preceding the filing of the suit The- plea was sustained as to that and judgment rendered for plaintiff for the balance claim ed in tho suit; Col. Bradley and R. II. Tomlinson for the defense and R. P. Ja And buy a heap of good goods with a little money, which is always the crtse at cobs and Gen. Landram for the plainwork-house- CQbat Is The Use of Talking LOUISVILLE STORE, , MONEY DOSS ARTICULATE, OLD CUSTOMERS BRING NEW ONES, Then Be Good To Yourself and Family, THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Proprietor. VAPOR f STOVES. Bland-Alliso- iTw3lfl? S I 1 . on Kin-nair- d ! 1 W. CUfs Great Clearance Sale. om-H- mn-tenc- i north-wester- n - SAME: SWEEPING -- REDUCTION. EIsTHST'y. IR. . KING & PRE WITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods ! ..'. i. 's I Dry x kill-dle- r. ,' Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, Clothing J. A'U . Class Class. d, Muck-thoroughbre- u, . 11 I I I " P JglSTC Public Sale and Renting FRKWXTT. The World's Fair Ronte from (he V Soil j Saturday, Sept. Pennsylvania SHORT LINES "'ir-Hr-0--- ' ' - - 7IO,S17,-HS.7S- blue-grai- n $M&fim m& llln1 l VJQS, -- 'WgS en-- 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 I e, 1 1 corn-hello- r, 1 I ..... ro-- .lvm-nt..- be-fo- re .!.. .ikiii; tetr I .1 Via. CAN OC g. FIHST-CLA- IN OH 1 ,,W.. ji 49-t- d ii'VVi WMi ?2V VV .. - '. gia. m4f .iih.n.1 n L .s . "J 'mimi. .- mi s. "7"" Semi-Week- ly InteriqrJquknal FANCIES OY FASHION. Ky.,Sei-temiie- r Stanford, 1, 185)3 THE GRACE LIGHTNESS AND UNDULATING OF FLOUNCED SKIRTS. W. P. WALTON. THE ... : WORLD'S : FAIR, RAILWAYS. AND AMERICAN Sntln lluclirM mill llrngiilliin Trimming. TiiUo Nolr, Trulned Sklrta, Ten Cape hikI Kvrnlnc I)rrtc Funhloii Uottlp Friiui Newport Hel Hntln Ciiraeta, Ktc ICopyrlght. IKM, by American I'rean Aaaocla-tlo- n. widely known i Th Qu" Creicanl ltout, South, road runninj the ''Hm.tt Twin, in lh. the evrrTbotly fiom the South ,. . t Chicago. No itrt of the 9 the Woild't by thu great Southern country If left uncaltd for Hwyindilf connection.. The Through Car wonder-lSyitem If n admirable epoillon ol the Krom of American railroading cepaullllltt run .lally. New Orlean. Through Sfeeplng Cart by morning and evening, carrylnc lit pat.enKri or LouUvllle. a. they may ftWcl. Cincinnati ut.t Inrirrr OTIHNG can bo prettier thnn n ilounceU l'ir jaw IlV ul They lift in the MANAGERS breozo nntl huve a lightness and undulating (;rnco Electric Lighted; anothnbout them tlint Krom Shrev.porl. Vlclfburg foj Jackwn curat, to join and nothing elso can Seats 500; er Through Sleeping Car Line wiibuled giro, but they use become a pari ol the magnificent 3rtTfvytyV " Through Tra.ni. which, patting through up an incrcdiblo Large Stage;' and the famoui Willi Valley of Alabama, amount of stuff from train it joined at Chattanooga by the Atlanta, l!a .over GoodSceneiy. and tnnko no ond Kit., Ilrun.wlck and of work. Theso A O H'y, and proctedt north over the K. T. .V. through the qualifications inako a gown with from the beautiful Cincinnati Southern, Correspondence with goo J 20 to 50 ruffles something to be desired "" ) grandttt natural tceoery amd molt attractive tr attractions tollclted. country In the world, to Oakdale. where by womankind. The auddon fancy for flounces narrow magnificent Pullman Car it received, another and narrower is nid to have iU rise in coming from, the Richmond & uanvmc .y.w Columbia, M. C., envy of tho wonderful gown just imfrom Chatleiton, S C. through Athville ported by Mm. Willio K. Vanderbilt, the keauUful French llrotd country, and and that has 02. They aro not much Made Him Tired. C.and Knotvllle, Tenn. the The time to Chicago it made to at to aflord over half an inch wide and of soft iri-- , Undo Zcb I'm ont of all patience from the moat convenient hourt for departure t descent llk mull. Juat think of the with that thero princess, the way she's principal cmei and arrival! la Chicago. labor pnt on thtao 53 rufllea. Each abusing her beautiful eyes. She doesn't purchaee Uekett So"i over one faateatcr caa deserve to have none. returning via another one must measure at least 8 yard m-line n.ith ol the ilw, Aunt Amanda Wlint's feho been doirthey de.lre a variable route without ettm around, and when you got them multiing now? Or they canjgs via Clncinnfti, returning plied you find that thero uro312 yard to charge. l hemmed with fine stitches, and then Undo Zob I was readln about her bevia LouUvllle, or vice verta ing out to the fair, and it said that the Hound trip tickeu on tale at reduced r.tet. tho same ntmlcr of yards have to be aa.Ut gathered, which inako 621, first thing sho did was to throw her eyes Agent, of the ChiOKO line -- III on Mequeat and these aro up roomt or accommodation, for viutup tho ceiling and then let them drop on to bo then basted ou and finally sewn, o looking which gives a total of 312 more, and that or. to the Fair. the floor; then she darted them down a perfect tytttmcan Kmylhiag that as almo.t 030 yards sowing upon the fl&unces long corridor and rested them on tho of the makes JevtM to de.erve the pralte and patronage cool waters of tho lagoon; then sho must of the skirt alone, not counting tho of the traveling public ha. been provided. Any liavo hauled them back somehow, for it rn files on the sleeves, and tho wide Marie y below will Agentaoflhecompanlcn.m.d says sho bathed them in sad, ealt tears, Antoinette fichu. and anwtance: five all pot.ible information wiped them, and swept them with long There is no mistaking tho fact that Orleant, La. I. Hardy, K. II. Oatratt, Ne lashes. Onco sho was fool enough tc McOr.gor.ltirmlngham, tho multiple flounced dress is going to Vicktbuitf, Mitt. JR. W. D. havo a rage as sudden as it will lw genrivet them on the doom, and when I Ala. K. T. Charlton, Chattanooga, Tenn. eral, and it will not bo confined to light left off she was fixing them on a mantel. CoMtr, Junction Otj.IKy, or t). U material, for black hllka and oven velvet Westfield Standard. ajTacianati, O. are leing covered with them. An Inevitable Coiiotualon. Tho ruflles on tho heavier materials .If YOU ARK GOING. will havo to bo cut bias to hang well, but others look quito as well on the R straight and are far loss trouble. THK One very pretty fancy was to have narrow black laco over a maizo satin ducheus, and, by tho way, satin duchess is tobfl ouo of tho most tiopular fabrics for full and winter. If tho mothers and big ulsters wear the m. tft -- a . - mw - .rt 'izjzrsi-elaborate flounced dresses along tho &i?v-z- h '. C&L Louisville a. Natxvilic ). n. promenade at Newtwrt, tho daughters C- -. of the millionaires aro dressed with a (X-jjs-j It the hoe for )Ou,at hf studied simplicity, and you rarely see To . . upon them anything mora exiiensivo'thau & challie or occasionally it little India silk ZZcj? d-rOrlfliKif tlm IllRh Urol. or pongee. But these little frocks aro Make clou connection, at Tho Hindoo uses his toes in weaving, bo picturesque and dainty that tho cost is as LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI of them is a secondary consideration in and tho Australian savagehands, "handy" but civthe eyes of the jhtsou who looks at tho with his toes as with his ilization sinco tho days of sandals has For all point.. dear little toddler, who aru as demobeen gradually squeezing theso members THROUGHITICKF.TS SOLD. HAGGAGK CIIF.CKKD THROUGH cratic as children should be, for they Bit into a state of absolute usflttntw. on tho beach and shovel sand with other For any Information tabulre of It is said that "pride never feels pain." JOKS KICK. Agent, children, caMing all thought aside other Willie Yes, I had quito n discussion .Stanford, Ky It is probable that this proverb was in Or 'J art.BB. Vaaf? than to havo a good time. with mo barber, don't you know, whether W. W. I'KNN.Irav. Tan. Agent, tended to apply Ono young lady of 7, w1iom portion of Junction C'ty, Ky it was letter to shave up or down. to those who HUSTON VILLE, KY. this world a goods will be as many milMiss Gertrude I suppose in your cao wear high heeled lions as she has years, rolled about anil tho only jHWMblo coimu was the latter. was buried up in sand in a challie frock, shoes. The pain Brooklyn Life. on first wearing DIVERS HOUSE HorfoIkiWestemRA whito with yellow and brown dots. The this kind of footW N-sleeves wro balloon and came only to Cm tt to you every c() er diy la ie year for Notliltiir o Appropriate J in Kentucky. the elbow and had it row of smocking gear, in which tho "What shall wo name him, Hiram?" ;o ctntt'll'e cheapctt dmb'sti'ipiierAildrcts ei it for tiirte of Schedule June 4, iSJ down tho outside. Tho front of the short whole weight W. CREEN, Prop. HK ADVOCATE, snid the wife and mother. D.i illc. sy. waist was aUo smocked, and the rest of the body seems to Tho poor, honest, linrd working hustoes This ttablc, which It mu n conrectlcn with tha the waist was of mordore brown vein-tin- thrust the band and father looked at his fourteenth Myert House, lia.vbecn with LKAVK NORTON IIAII.V On her haucy little head she had a forward into the ULCERS. cherub, blinking helplessly in its cradle, 11:05 It m lor Graham. Illueficld, I'ocahontai muslin hat with it point in front, from shoe, is excruciA New Lot of Horses, Carriages, and sighed. alii all ttationt Flat Top and I'ocahonU. DivitNothing CANCERS. which fell a deep rufllo of mull embroid-ti- l ating. Buggies, Wagons, "I think, Mary Jane." he said, "we'll Roanoke fashion could 3.00 p 111 lor Illucfield, Radlord, SCROFULA. in yellow silk. Directly on the oint but call him Dennis." Chicago Tribune. Lynchburg, Richmond and Not (oik. reconcile one to ui.itrer't Suppl ft and It letter than ever nil Sleeping Cart from illuefirld to Norlolk and of her hat there was a pert little black SALT RHEUM. supply tho public with prepaie such voluntary Radford, alio from Lynchburg to Richmond velvet bow. ana i.ooin-wiHit Krlclriicp. Train, tor rucationiai, rownaian suffering. The RHEUMATISM. S RIGS OFtALL. KINDS. Her chubby sister of 4 had a percale leave illueficld Uaily at 6 10 a m,l jo a ra, 03 "So you are going to make a flying trip p in and 305 p m BLOOD POISON. Pergonal and piomptattention givtntoWeddlnn frock, blue and white, mado to reach Has 111 tho shoes to Chicago:" said ono young man to anfor Leave llluefield 6101m and i 5011 m of the pilgrims I'arties aud Ilurlalt Kenovaand Columbui,0 , Chicaaan d all point. her ankles and having two nifties and these nnd every kindred dlseoBO arising P. W.'OREKN, scarcely a woman or myconus. other. We.t. Pullman leeper onsopm train lor Chi- blue rosettes set around tho skirt. Blue could AL, HUll.N'S, Manager. Proprietor. from linpuro blood successfully treated by "I think I shall havo to." cago. Arrive Columlmt up m. and 8 3o a m. havo been more painful. Dut it is with Additional traint for Welch and Intermediate ribbon was eet in front, with ono rosette, and best of all tonics and "You'll visit tho World's fair, won't that MirpriM) that wo find among M. etationt on Flkhorn leave lllurficld 3 05 p in dai ono deep loop anil two Ioul' ends. In fomu .ncOlclnea, Stackelberg's graceful costumes of mod- you'?" Train, arrive at Norton Irom the Ka.t daily at tho back tin o was ono double loop and ern Greece (of which the cut, a woman Sho lives there." Wash"Of course. long ends. Tho rosetto to this was at j is p in and 5 P in of Myconus, is a copy of one) a pair of ington Star. For further Information at to tchedulet, rate. tho neck, and the riblioii reached nearly Ac . apply to agent, of Norfolk .V We. tern W. H.HKVILL, to tho feet. A straw hat with blue rib- - high heeled shoes. In ugliness and inFur ISrttiT. convenience they certainly rival any of Gen. Pax, Agt Hoanokr, Va Willis Did yon havo a seat on tho thor-M F. I1RAC.C. worn in England or tho United , Books on Blood and Skin street car? Trav. Pa.t. A(enl. FOR GOOD WORK! States. Wallace Xo; I had to stand on my Diseases free. Yet they do not comiwiro with tho shoes Printed testimonials sent on feet. application. Address worn in the time of Thomas Gainslwr-ong! Ladies "Did you? Well, that's bettor than a famous Eugltsh artist who died "a Swift Specific Go sitting down and letting somebody else OHIO CHESAPEAKE in 17S3. Tho heel was in some cases ATLANTA, CA. inches high, and thereforo tho "line" stand on them." Brooklyn Llfo. must havo been a highly inclined plane, An Kifii TI1I111;. According to results accomplished ; undulating in its surface, like tho "line "Yes," said Mrs. Guminey in reply to DO YOU EXPECT of beauty" of Hogarth. The position of Philadelphia in addition to a liberal commission of tho foot must havo been that of a dancer her caller's question, "yes, it is n trifle TO BECOME A Baltimore, Now York, on tho trousers to let the boys slide twenty per cent. resting ou tho toes, save that the heel hard And all other Kattcrn Citlei. was supported, and tho strain over tho down tho banisters, but then it wivim MOTHER ? Also Shortett Line between LouUvllle, Letingtonland instep and contraction of the muscles of considerable wear and tear on tho stair ft W-Kattcrn Pointt. carpet." Exchange. tho back of tho leg must havo been conGUESS PREMIUMS IN EFFECT NOV. 1, iS. siderable. It was so great, we are told, A VoiuiB Sport. that the contraction of tho heel became EAST nOUNI). I.ve. Le.fnKton FOR SUBSCRIBERS. Willio habitual. Consequently thoso tersons tho choir was very much interested whilo Atlantic Ktpre.f No. J, daily 710pm sang the nnthefn in church lait Accommodation, No. 16. ex. Sun.11.40am Midland who accustomed themselves to the uso No Impossibilities or Uncertain6.topni Vntibuled Exprcx, No 14 daily., of high heels wero never afterward able Sunday. At its conclusion he turned to Ml. Sterling Accom., No. a3, ex. Suu, easy. ties. Every thing Fair, Honor-ablhis mother aud in a .stage whisiwr asked, wakes child DAINTY DUKSSKS KOIl OIRLS. to do without them. Katk Chase. WEST HOUND. Arr. Lexington: "Say, mamma, which beat?" Harper's Assitit Nature, Lcsscnt Dinger, tod Shoitcn Labor. bons mado this little darling look liko a Plain and Positive. Leiinglon Accom,, No. 37, ce Sun Bazar. Her older Louisville F.xprc.a No. ai, dalhr " My wifo suffered moro in ten minutei 11,40pm bluebell and just as sweet. Triilnril Viiiii-- Cook. Lexington Accom. No. 13, ex Sun 4 13pm See programme in the sister had a suit of twilled cheviot in The with her other chlldron than sho did all The heavy part of domestic labor will 6.10pm Vt.tibuled Eipre.t No: 13, daily two tones, brown and black. Tho skirt nfter a timo bo dono by machinery and togothor with hor last, after having; used Brido Here's a telegram from papa. Solid Vrt tlbuled Traint with Dining Csrt. Ne iviw full and emplro shape and trimmed Bridegroom (eagerly) What does ho four bottles of MOTHER'S FBIEND," by professional cleaners and scrubbers but tranfert eayo a customer. fay? hous-Through Sleepers from Lcxii.gln without with blue bands of bengaliue, each borwho go from to house, but there' HtxunKSON Dale, Druggist, Canni, 111. ' change. dered with a narrow lino of black silk will always bo demand for trained womBrldo (reading) Do not come back, C.H. RYAN, II "v. FULLFR, soutache. Sent by express on receipt of rrlce. J 1.50 per bot-- , Gen. Pat.. A(t, At.'t Gen. 1'nM.Agt., en cooks. Thero is somothing tino nnd and nil will bo forgiven. London tie. Hook" To Mothers "mailed free. Wathlngton, D. C. Clnclnnr.tt. Thero was a whito china silk waist, lesthotio in tho preparation of dainty of our Fourth Annual Contest among BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., ind opening over this in n deep V was a food. Tho lnbor is not severe, and the A Siifcgiinnl. to iau tr an CflMOifTa. ATLANTA, QJL Agents for largest clubs. jacket of tho sanio material, with all tho mixing and cooking of choice nnd healthBKST U qClUTT. aiOlf IS Ql'alTlTT. Lo Fiance Why havo you never intrimmings of blue bengaliue. As a ful foods, such as civilized beings ought 5f An Agency for the Weekly trimming bengulino is a success, but as to eat, require a degree of intellectual troduced mo to your mother, darling? La Fiancee Gerald, my mother is a Enquirer U a profitable business. It is much cannot bo said for it as a dross power not less than is demanded to write widow, and I have lot two fiances to material, except where one desires a a good poem. If not exactly an the best school in the world to prepare widows already. Life. rery rich effect, which will bo tempora occupation, high class cooking ono for n busiuess contact with the ry, as bengaliue is not a durable silk. comes to near it that it must be considTim G on 111. On tho piazzas and at tho teas all ngree ered fully ns honornblo as tho profession public, n stepping-stonto business "Yes, ho is a brilliant genius." ".hut thero is to bo much fnlso hair added of trained nurso. By all means women "Ha! Writes poetry or dabbles in asto tho natural locks, that trained skirts qualification and future prosperity. with a ta&to that way should train them- tronomy?" will bo just exactly tho thing, that selves for skilled cooks. Then, with "No, ho eaves money." New York We want good Agents to solicit for 3ounces aro too cute for anything, and good grammar, courteous niannors, spotthey show up tho work so well that tea less whito aprons nnd caps, thoy could Press. subscriptions. Tho inducements ari CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. saps nro lovely," command their own An Old favorite. led all Worm Remedies. mil that "altogether quito too will fall nblo position socially.prico and an honorextra good. Has tho evening drestes "Sho looks as if sho had juU stepped A SURE What tho trained and CERTAIN CURE EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rory low on the shoulders. nurso haa accomplished for herself along out of socio book of romanco." ENQUIRER COMPA'NY, known for 10 years as tho BEST "Yes. A romance of tho middle ages." SOLD EVERYWHERE. tOClS. I Thevnlsowliisner that Indies wlmmnl. this lino tha trained woman cook can do REMEDY FOR PILES. BICniBPSOS MKDICUl CO., ST. rrtptr4 y respect tnemselves and the names of for hersolf. by EICIIaiDSua HIDttlXt CO., ST. LOriS. rrpirJ -- Club. CINCINNATI, O. a ail uur iuu ' llinu-Ingham Jack-ton.lll- e. al P A and the narrower the mules nro tho skirt, it prettier 1h. ia-tie- nt cheer-ull- l.d-ar- ua. NORTH WEST, Double Dally Trains tle top boots In bad weather. Theso boots Bluchers they call them havo a turned over top, and along tho instep they nro laced with red silk cords and tiny red tassels. On tho sands I saw some young ladies lying in various plcturesquo attitudos in bathing gowns that struck me as novel, and I ran the risk of n snubbing to ask alwut them. The fair wearers were quito willing to talk, and ono said that these were tho newest and that sho considered them "quite out of sight." I ngreml with her nearly, for all they had on wero tights mado of black silk, with a sleeveless jersey, also of black silk. Over these each had a sort of garment, all In ono piece, reaching to the knees, with short sleeves, and the neck gathered up so as to bo neither loose nor tight, but just so as to penult the head to pass through. Tho frock was belted in closely at tho waist with a gilt bolt. Tho dress was mado of black silk warp henriotta. which does not tako the water at all or hang in heavy folds, but remains always crisp and round whilo ever so wet. It is very light and must havo leaden weights in tho hem, but not very many. I must say that the whole dR'ss was tho neatest, most modest and useful that I havo over seen at Newport. Theso young ladies told me as they sat thero digging in tho sand with their lit tle toes that they found wearing a snug fitting jersey better than corsets in every way and that thoy nsver wore any. "Yes," said ono of them, "but you see our figures will boar It, and besides when we dance we hnve bones in our waists. If wo didn't, why our partners 'would think we were going to melt." I could think of nothing to reply, but "dear ine." It takes a dollar's worth of whalebones to fit a dress theso days, as whalebone is very scarce and dear, and tho steel and other contrivances thoy lmvo do not answer the puqxMO well, as they Boon loso shape, so that, considering tho amount of bones used in tho number of dresses a fashionable young lady requires, corsets aro vory much cheaper and quite as healthy, if uot moro so. That reminds mo that tho newest in corsets is to havo a stout framework in light steel mado to coufonn to what fashion says a woman's figure should be, and around this the satin or coutillo is sown and quilted with pretty colored silks in fancy patterns. It is but fair to Bay that tho form is not altogether bad, and they are quite as comfortable as auy other kind. Some corsets now have an oval plato of finely woven wire set in over each hip to keep them from breaking at tho hips. Black and red satin corsets aro the favorites, and tho coutilles aro mostly for those who requlro durability. Henriette Rousseau. Newjmrt, R: I. sack-Hko thelr nncestors will wear Iho neatest lit- Hard Luck. A couple of dark faced foreigners were passing up Hastings street with a dancing bear when an old colored man cams out of an alley driving a limpy old horso before a load of ashes. Tho horse no sooner saw tho bear than ho mado a shy and a jump, turned tho wagon over into tho mud, nnd after a few kicks broke looso and ran off. Tho driver was hurled into tho mud and buried under the ashes, but ho soon dug himself out and reached the sidewalk to demand of n pedestrian: "Now, den, who dun run into dat off wheel an unsot meV" "No ono. Your horse was afraid of "My old hoss afeared?" "Yes." "Did ho rare up on his hind legs?" "Yes." "An shy an snort?" "Yes." "An tip do wagon obor an broke loose?" "Yes." "But whar is he now?" "Ho ran away." "Run'dawayl Fo' doLawdl But you Jun doan' mean It!" "But I do." "Wall, wall! Luck haashorely changed fur dls olo man! If dat ole hosa dun all dat, den I'll put his value up $50 mo' an sot right down in de house an not do another stroke of work fur fo' weeks!" Detroit Free Press. MMMH8BIWI SHELBtVILLE, KV.-- An School for Girls. Sixty-nintAnnual Seasloti open Wednesday, Bept.Cth, 1893. tciicic-- . rr. I.UTNIER. h Kngllth and Clas-ic- al liiii h 3 PENTRE COLLEGE Danville, historic college vrVt . . G.000 students educated. Thrco full courses. . r. DaI.h.i,i- - ana ... ouiounuu r.ieouvo. Amonir Its Alurnnl twntv.foiip HniLnn Hvo TJ. 8. Senators, sovon Governors ol iifaVip1; lV.tri?sonAntl708J&Pn&res2' hy;VrBiUonts of .U Its SP1 J U8tlvS or,u-a- - professors Court. Tho nut 5" history. Twolvo Supromo Jr nfTraAthSmost Prosperous Young and Warrall. No liquors sold In tho county. la raculty, Gov. " Ky. tho oldest 13th, ?jSifit.?nAal.lOKhn.nlor8S?0?"it8 Th,fl sovonty-fourt- sosslon ninii' iid.unf. h or catalosuo and further information, uddress Rev. Dr. C. Yottai, Danville, Ky, E. C WALTON. I I W. I'. WAI.IO.V. that lear." Walton Bros. J, I A : b-'-tjli- 1 --r Ji S.JT . L krfz rUOMcrfa. zt cUoaec. y s,jSs &. 1 ctt tJiz&u- - ;rjBLrarRS THE ADVOCATE 1 1 F1TI t. l'.l-- cn-- Ij I.XTTERTT ST ABX.X well-know- n - w h ll FIRST-CLAS- 1 never-fallin- g 5 ScSSS GOOD PAY! o h, For or Gentlemen & RAILWAY. Washington, $5 to $500 Cash! iMW' !.' "Mothers' Friend" birth o, Klojii-iiii'ii- t. J Weekly Enquirer Tit-Bit- s. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS intol-lectu- nl TABLER'SDII I! BUCKEYE! 1 o VERMIFUGE OINTMENT 4 , I 1 . -- T - i m rtT.T -- Hi thrirrr fVT" tff- - k-- V . i ro I. av OATUOLIO EXCURSION They were in "the squire's" bedroom, held up the two great nupffcte; and it making free with some whisky which MISS HELEN. TUB OHB.TKHT WOHLD'b KAIK KVKNT. Btruck me I'm quick at conclusions Gold was kept in had not intended ho hadalso, as I a cupboard. their shouts, The most attractive period of the Cothat both scoundrels know. By there to come up to the house, but were just I fancied they had come upon it But lumbian Exposition season to Cithollcj Hor Part In an Australian Minor n, r r. Trfitmtnt Nr and Bnlfi by Y hat for7 lurking1 round. U Ul undrr written Pathotlo Romanca I let them be. Whore was Miss Helen? in this country will be the week of Sept. of Wmk Memory; I nepiit only, to cure j iUiss iicuon i onij- kub hlt vy iicr j tied ith, as ihntls to be called Catholic Week I found her in the 6litlng-rooillrr.lnr.nd Nerne. Ponrr. rwt MnhoM;Oulrkn; them Christian namo then-fa- ced t of Lomc-Kvll lHnip'j lock pen-I flowdyl 'Tls no word for li-t-oo hoi Povnr Ntrronfurw; lj.lta.. t i Dnln; had called mo to In her chair, her lips bleeding over had at tho World's Fair, owing to tho ., rnujd by teel by half. Wo wore as wiokel a set, steadily, though ahe they wanted, vt the Oenrmtlvn Orcan in ilthr white teeth; tho cursed hounds all societies of tho moat or her, and asked what Youthful ' itr. or EicrMlte. U) ol her. "There nre three of them," at our dipgin's, as New South Wales lrd to Tobacco. Opium rr Ilr.i r which roon Hy convening there then. In viuwi "Why, nothin in spec al, miss," struck slight thing. If the rni!. -j whispered; could show-- m; MImt, Ootmiroptlori, lnnnkil "those two who came, church 1 ftlnp his raggetl v nrritM to cur, or It but! for tVK.NI wr of this, elaborate, arrangement? Imvo boll, , stammered Dawllsh. world's kettle had been set on the and another man. Tlvey watched for OUHYKUP. A ferUIn money. rrfuud politeness, cure for Couli. tVr iba Urtrtichltlr.Cronp, we'd have come to the top as prime, straw hat with my father and murdored him they told been made by tho Very Rev. Father l'le-toUkf. !. Wbooiilutf IViWlh, bn. i mate. Kut;"I n eor which made rac tlntfc to me so. Hark! they are coming. Neil, Boucht-t- , Vicar General ol the Louisville uth, scum-trand no lie, Small rlxa dlfCOUtluui'd, oiJ.fl. rlrr, now'JV.; old him; "on'y, is the old boss at they UUAUAXimiluuuUouly by fl ilxe,U0Tf Wc. .monest us was a man dubbed "the l,nmiQ hare pistols, and wllf, Khoot you Diocese, with the celebrated Mo- - ua T tntl-- l mttc " Mi . ! in UIVUU 'squire," because, though he fared like t 1IUU1U1 where you 6tand. Go nwny this Instant Route, for special trains to Uk,j la A. It. PENNY, the rost of us, lived ana ilresseu just us translated. replied, holding her head t only kill mo ftratt" and she lifted her i "No," she pHry from Kentucky, leiving we did, yet there was that in him which white pillar of a throat A S was nib. Mown tains. Tho best n. Iro , i iti stamped him as of quite a different high, to show she to her.not frightened; "Now, my beauty," roared a drunken ville bunday eveulu, could hear her En r n cities is via Cincin- but I, being close breed. Swells out of luck are to be voice throngh the thin partition, "w're street union turn: v til n . a .1 v over the Chosa- in Australia; still, heart thudding Hko a hammer, whilst brlngiu' you a cup o' whisky to drink made hisriilr i found by the bushel r cj to f the blood flamed to her brows under our 'ealths In. Ain't you longin' tor us a The scenery Rs 1 never came upon his double beforo or t Q" e .i v ft ; her. "Wiry 'n to ona sua over We'll stow away BKreemuntbJt since. Humor went that he was a bar the foul gaze roving over to make love to you? roi I R er uo i ib of onet at home in England, but hjwl,boen do you ask?" mum. Will you bo so 'the rhino flrsrt, and then you shall have vance rates, a rah v . ; o R. o Mountains is "Just this, ral his party will unj t rt' la forced to cut and run; so ho tried New ., lat "ried. The my pal's your turn." o woi erl V) South Wales and the gold dlpgin's, bent good as tell him that me and "B quint," I whispered back to her, advantages, asAr.i mo ' off to U ul ton's ranch for a short spell, hacking at the cords with my knlfo, .. rt i Now York via F. on succeeding. r made to stop at a a il'i over why. electric lighted and I found him at Green Valley creek and If ho'd lfke to tramppart o' the and In a few seconds I had her out of hotel near theExoofiiti) r Wah ,: rou No other when I reached it; we worked not far 'tis a mighty 'andeome rrim hr. gh dining-car- . the chair, and we dashed out erf the a suitable discount was welcome, that's 'houee eo o o t off each other. I can't say 1 liked him. country, nnd ha'd b It and it is together. Seizing her hand to ; nln Auierici surpasses or , uti though he was wonderfully quiet and all." hor from falling, 1 gnkled her the party. Though a ib jnly train to tho Eist with through "Yon most bo In a hurry to po," preventas poswfblo from tho crew who expected, this is the year civil spoken, but cold as ice, and hard as fast lining service. Among the Virginia as nails; a chap who was nerer tired, I said, putting in my oar, "if you're Iwere now following nftr us with prepared, and it is certain ho trudging twenty mile tort pleasure such curses and howls. Fortunately the de- mountains along the Chesapeake Jt Ohio and who never pave in, but plodded on ovide' splendid equipment wilV and on towards his own end, whatever anight as this." know as you wos in Imons were too drunk to run very fast for all. Father Houchet extend thro' i nre more than 10 famous summer re"Oh! we didn't Issued entitled "Virthat might be. Hut silent iis'iie was, laugh; A couple of bullets whixzed by us, the Kentucky prees an invitatioii to all sorts. A pamphlet s Instead of our and selfish, he opened out a bit to me, churgo here," with a brutishthe lady striking th Sclestlfla ginia in Black and White," describes pra'aps because, though I didn't set up "but tho walk is our lookout;hope." heads. In our desperate haste, we to participate in the arrangements he these resorts, and tho Bcenery of the can deliver a civil message, 1 has made, and to go to the Fair with his either for a swell or a saint, I wasn't Miss stumbled and fell more than once over route, and will be mailed; free by "1 will give It," Interposed quite 60 bad as the worst in Green Val'tle spreading roots, but were up again party. Applications for information in E. B. Pope, Western Passenger Helen, "as soonoes my father comes In." in a moment ley Creek. I had been respectably detail should he addrrmed to E. 11. Ua-- , "Much obloeged, miss; tlsen theer's B. Ryan, brought up, the son of a small farmer last tree was at con, I) P. A. Mouon Route, Louisville, , .Went, St. Ixmis, Mo., or 0. Aoent.Cin On and on until the P.R,,.ncor we'll toddle. nothin' more to ndd; A. .,, 1 didn't go in for respectin Kent; but our backs. Then we mode for a lnne Ky' jcinnati, 0. . ability myself; it never agreed with Good night, miss," and he flourished which led to Johnson's tavern, leaving me; so 1 was sent adrlf t at lust with his hat again. the yclLs faint In the distance; there we A hhihk-tioin World's Fair rates by MARK. THROUGH SLEEPING CARS Sho shut the door upon them, draw- stopped, and there she told her tale. fifty pounds in my pocket, nnd the DKSION PATBHTB, the Queen A. Crescent route, hi addi- - gllS&W across it. "Are those . COPYRIGHTS. teJ world before me. There wns a frvsh ing a stout bar News spread quickly at the diggln's, VIA IHU I'OUK HOUTK TO THE WOKI.D KAIH. cried, tion to tho regular World's Fair Excur FoTtnformitlntl wwj fr Handbook rttto stampede towards Australia at the the men he works with?" she help and Judge Lynch is for immediate acUIUIAUW.T. KWtOt CO.. XI MUNN We all love comfort, especially when sion rates we will soil first class excur-aio- n OMal bureau for eecurln. patent In Amenm flincing up her hands "Heaven time, nnd I joined the general rush us!"" tion. Before noon the stolen gold inK'rry patent taken out by n. It brought pefom traveling, and what a great comfort it is 1 say, when I good 15 days from date of UiputiliobyatKUoe(tTn frcoot cbargilBlb- tickets, and scramble; and, as cluding the two big nnggets had been I tried to turn the subject, stirring recovered and a couple of figures tq be able to take a sleeping car at your sale for return, nt $5 less than the reguhad settled down at ray claim "the and pretending to squire" and I scraped up a sort of the fire into a blaze, from an oak by tho ways!d; own home which runs right through to lar World's Fair rate. Those tickets are do a lot of things, for I didn't care to villain, not guilty of Chicago without change and lands good going via either Cincinnati or .afreet circulation of any eetentlflfl paper In th friendship. her. 'Twas my belief the two whilst the third He did not live alone; his daughter leave ixld. fplMididlr llluitratcl. No ItitelMrranl bloodshed, shed plenty of his own be- passengers at the entrance gate ol the Louisville. Through cars to Chicago, hanging about. man hould be without U Weekly. fJt.vP was with him, though how and when blackguards were still to "tho squire," neath avenging blows. Wo had n habit grtat World's Fair without a single part fUtieti tnontha. Addre. MDNN A CO invitation quick time, most elegant equipment. J ttw Yotk City, aui she reached him none knew; she had As for their a He Invented on the mo- of settling matters speedily at Ureen change or transfer of any kind. How He sure and take the Queen A Crescent it was but reached him, and bore her strange life Vnlley creek. as best sKe might They dwelt in a ment casting round for another job, As soon as It was possible Miss Helen can this be accomplished? Why simply Route. For rate, schedules, sleeping I was small shanty in the midst of many .TAKK THK ,.,.. started for Melbourne, whence she set by asking your local agent for a ticket car reservations, etc., call on any agent 1 me by asking if pines, a poor, rough place, far apart when she stayed sail for England, where she would join via the Big Four Route, which is abso- of the E T. V. A G. Hailway, Queen po to meet her father. from the other huts; a queer frame for would her mother's relatives very heavy lutely the only lino running through A Crepcent Koute or louinville South"But you" I believe. And I fol6uch a stately picture of a woman a "Nay; 1 do not mind. The little swells Indeed, secret every inch of the sleeping cars in connection with the K. ern It R.orl) G Edwards, (I. P. A., lady! with the same superior bearing lowed her in Why," with a wistful Ohio I T., V. it G. Railway aud Queen it Cresvisible in her father. I'd walked that house is secure. from day way, though she knew It nut until way with "the squire" once, and she smile, "1 am always alone by ler on tho deck of the steam- cent Homo direct to ths World's Fair stood Gttvisvuu atwAiMiT Cnicuouo- ran out to meet him. The sight of her break until dark."the fact; so, bidding er, after I had helped to stow her boxes Ground) and landing passengers conJtBcsphctlc Qijgen. I knew it was struck me all of a heap, so unexpected her open to none until she heard me or safely In the hold. Then I blurted out venient to the World'H Fair Hotel DisIn the lonely spot, where- there was no Mathat hoped she "would not be offendTHE POPULAR AND DIRECT "the squire" whistle, I started on my ed at my coming, but "and then I trict. Through Sleeping Car leaves other company than the bright-wingecon 11:15 a. M , Atlanta 2:10 v. .v., Rome errand. LINK TO .. birds, no other sound than the stir of p. i , and arI go, for I met shut up. Not "Ned!" she cried, "brave Neil! Hear, l;5o v. M., Chattanooga 7.25 the windy trees. She whs tall, the color him Invery far had toravine of which that same little kind, good Ned! There are debts which rives at Chicago 5:15 p. M , Ask for tickof wild roses in her cheeks, Heaven's and his daughter had dreamed; It skirted can never be repaid, and 1 am your ets via Hig Four Route and for further blue in her eyes. Her dress, dark his ii r APSonrno.T- always Ned!" and information address I). B. Martin, Genhad none of the flashy or- the pine wood. His pick was over ing debtor always pocket-feelwomen such as we take shoulder, his right hand in his He was holding out her hands to me, she eral Patsenger Agent, Cincinnati. naments that the nuggets, perhaps. up with cram on; her hair, coiled bowed her lovely head upon my big some foreign lingo, smoothly about her head, shone like singing a song in brown fists and sobbed. On this doctors don't disagree. It may Italian or Spanish. He looked more black satin. "Don't you be a confounded noodle be regarded bh an assured fact that the ( 4th A Jirr. St. had "This is one of my chums, my dear," content than ito me seen him more at at the last Straiphtways," I Mild to my- delegates to the Pan American Congreea LOUISVILLC, ItY. in his patronizing self; "you've pulled the reins in fairly voice rest, nodding said "the squire" with his soft fashion. After a few stray words, I re- well up to the present; null tight, my at Washington, who travel over tho Dultois & Webb conl1?.qt,.. Vltitom remrmtrt the Motion it the line, with and his hard smile. to Diimjmm, Ala. Vcitltm'nl 'I rami. DininK Carr, I'alacc Chair lated what hud happened, udvising him man. pull tight;" nnd I did. Chesapeake A Ohio Railway will, with Since then, I had hung about the Can, I'dllmtn II u (fit SlteprM, it loaril ratrt. liKik Jft. for M to be on his guard. often, labor ended. I fetched "You are very welcome, Miss Helen" one accord, praise its scenery and train "Thanks. I will," he replied, haughtifor Infermatton addret. "I wish I spoke with a quiet voice. water, pot in sticks, cleaned boots, or ly amused nt the scamps asking him to eeryice. There is nothing in tho way of IAS UAKKKK.O P. A , CHc.jo. a gentleman lovely mountain views and picturesque I wish could have been did such odd jobs whicli were not fit for V t. CKUSII.lt) V A., I.0U..V1II. pay a visit in their company. "But for just a little while, so that I might her and said no word; but she found I've a secret to tell you, Ned," he addvalleys ol the Virginias, to compare served you better." me out in a brace of shakes, and grew ed. The Famous Specialist, "I have done with Green Valley have gentlcmnn!" she cried, lifting her with that through which the used to and was thankful for such help "A olf its crew. Luck face, Ohio Railrood passes. There I could give, knowing that looking full at me, and then meant creek, and shaken Co as aim To Visit Our City Professionally. beyond my hopes; I can no harm, though I startled her at first has favored me back upon she raised those hard fists of mine to her U nothing of historic nature in America shall to turn my Of STANrOKD. K.Y., a great Orson of a chap in my rough affordmy daughter she does it know soft lips and kissed them. Yes. s!.e as great as a trip through the Virginias An Excellent Chance for the Sick not take I to help gear. kissed them and I how was Ii now lull; organltcd and rrady lor builncu witk and there is no other railroad in Amerime to Goulburn and Suffering. of those soft lips broke ca superior to tho C. A 0 in the smooth-neOne evening I came on her wutching it yet with remain fcr a short it? the touch where we shall Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. smash. Away went all my In the gloaming. How eerie it wu ami stability of its tracks, the F. F. go on to Melbourne; I have me down FREE CONSULTATION, Surplus,, . as if the winds had blown -- G00O. there underneath the trees; tin wind time, then settling there." one of the soughed through the branches, bring thoughts of it. nnd up from my heart, like a pent V Vtntiluile Limited beini ut lu Print Ptlot t the And eraintion As he spoke, the little tie of coming a dash of rain; a deluge was in the radeship between us shattered; in a stream bursting its bounds, rushed tho famous trains ol the world. The Chesasurge of love and adoration, peake & Ohio passes through Bull Run, Myers House, Stanford, Tuesday, SUCCI..SSOH to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL. sweeping across th sky. black clouds HANK OK STANFORD, we were sundered as the strong having broken loose at last which "I am anxious about my father," she moment quietly he brushed it away. Sep. 12, one day only, Manassas and other noted battle poles, so Now closing up) with the same assets and under said, looking like a tall white lily that wouldn't be driven back. I can't rerespects the best route for the same management. li duiinj the Rtlutninc eeiy lour "If you like to step round early in member clearly what I said, though I've and is in allNorth-WesHy provisions of Its chaittr, depositors arc aj somehow had been shoved into the t and South-Wes- t the morning nnd see us off. you can. tried often; the whirl and tempest the West, fully protected as ate depositots in National wrong pot. aud touching my big copy of Banks, its shareholdtrs being held Individually lingers with her fine slim hand. Why, my good fellow, you look quite within were too much. I didn't plead to the National Capital. For liable to the eitent ol the amount of their stock down. Well, it is kind to be sorry to with her: no, no I knew better than Virginia in black and white, free and therein st the par value thereol, id addition to tba "I am nlways anxious about him; amount invested in such shares. It may act as though, since knowing you, I have not lose me. Wo shall meet the wagons nt that, even then in the midst of my full information regarding rates and caecutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully u the end of the wood. If those scoun- madness. I didn't dare even to touch id individual, felt so absolutely distressed, for I am BvIr train service, address C. B. Ryan. Aw I To those who entrusted their bulsincss to us glad to recollect that you are within drels intend to dog my steps isagree her with one of my rough fingers, but while innagini; the Lincoln National Hank ol G. P. A , Cincinnati, Ohio. with you their trip to Hulton's ouly I think I made her understand someStanford, at e here tender our many thanks anal his call. You would stand between him a ruse I should find your company how that my heart aud my life had truil they will continue to transact their business The and harm, I think." To Ciiicaoo via thk Lakes. with us, ottering as a guarantee fcr prompt atten"Why, yes, miss; make your mind useful; also, you could help to carry our gone out to her for evermore. Then I greatest trip to the greatest fair on earth tion to same, our twenty years' eipjnencc la few belongings. I paid up my rent to stopped, sudden, my chest heaving, my banking andas liberal accommodations as are con- easy on that score; 'twould be done ride; Detroit to Chicago and a istenl with sound banking is like to Johnson at the tavern last night; perchoking, my sight blinded by a voice with a will. Hut what harm haps you'd kindly give him the shanty mist that didn't come from the sea. I n tho grainiest palace steaniern on the IMKICTOMU come, that you need flurry?" Returning laughI J Williams, Ml. Vernon; Mr. Strnightways, it is key? Why, Strnightways," with because of the great start of Lakes. Picturesque sceneiy. "Oh, but, stopped ing surprise, "has my news struck you surprise that shook her from head to from Chicago direct, all rail; or you can J. M. Hail, such a hard, dreadful life for him!" dumb?" J. S Owsley, Stanford; heel, and because of the red color go to Chicago by rail and return via the "And for you, miss!" felt as if it had, as if I were shot Hooding up to the roots of her hair. Iakes and Detroit. Berth and meals S.J. Kiulry, Stanford; "Ah! but Jin-il-l not think of myself; J. K Lynn, Stanford; would never do," she answered, through and through; the earth swayed Yet she was not angry nor offended. ar JftuldV and Chicago kW that between Mackinac J. K. Cash, Stanford; began under my feet He was condescendlittle hands to me Round-triquickly. And, going indoors, she She put out her rate from Cincinnati $'21 U William Conch, Staulord; ingly gratified at my troubled state, again I knew It both to sllenco and to tidy the scrap of a room, thus try' A. W. Carpenter. Mllledneulle, Ky. (via Toledo and boat .'S0V leea.l For furtak ng it all to himself; he was just the to comfort me. Sho did not speak ing to rout her terrors. S II Sh.inVs, ('resident, man to do It besides, ther information ask and 0., II. A D. R. "Ned!" she cried, stopping suddenly for what could she have said? Dr. J I!. OwsIrj.Lashur, "You were always an honest fellow. the steamer's engines were puffing, and R. agent, or addrei-- E. 0. McCorinick, (her father always called me so), "I W. M Hiighl, Teller. a trusty creature! He sure that time was up. Sho laid her head down on G. P. T. A. O . H. A I). R. R , CincinI Ned! had such a curious dream last night. my daughter my arm a moment, and then left with a nati, O. you come Hl dreamed that I went down into the to shake hands with you be little valley beyond the wood and will like leaves;" and he went on gayly ram of pitying tears. fare, with $2 additional O.sk first class I)r Apple'"", formerly of New York, now perWhen the vessel had passed com- for the round trip Harvest Excursions, manently locatrd in ouitnllc, Ky , Is a graduate FIRST NATIONAL BANK there I saw mv father lying on the fore she grass. of lte!!eiie llciptal Medical ( ollege. New York grass sound asleep so sound that I through the rich, thick pletely out of sight and its long smoke-lin- e No rest was mine that night; evil was Sept. 12th and Oct. 10th. The City, the mini notable iiiititnlion of it kind In OK S'lANKflKD. KY had died out from the sky, I hur- Aug. could not wake him while the clusAmcr t'a He hai nude a special study of the not sleep, I ters of wild flowers sprang up so high In the air. So, as I could Not being n ried back to Green Valley creek, and Wisconsin Ckntkal Lines will run low and that they Jiid him, and heard the got up knew Iwent out my misery to took up my work again hard work is rate Harvest Excursions on the above EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT. Capital Stock- I must keep pines in the distance chanting a solemn fool tho best friend life lias for us, some- dates to points in Minnesota, North and And chronic iMtracen in the Rieat Helleiue and Surplus I was crying when I myself; but my life was empty! empty! times. City, and there-mkind of litany. South Dakota. Tickets will bo good 0 CliantyijI llo.piialt, Niw Yolk many phenomuial l It held a vacant place that could never lhi exprnerice are But I have never forgotten Miss t woke." r Attention of the public is invited to tho fac ow-again! Helen I never shall forget her; and days from date of sale, with State, lie iuccctfully treats never the cum all "You are too much alone, miss, and bo filled I never again! mate, that this is the only National Hank in Stanford like the I've trudged to the old spot often and privileges to points west ol ht. 1'aul ana You see, was hard hit, Under the provisions of the National ll.nk Act grow nervous." Acute and Chtonic Catarrh, addepositors are seemed not only by the capital stamped "Perhaps. And then I am troubled donkeys. I mooning and stormed at stood before the empty house. And Minneapolis. For full information the stockholders liability lor myself for a Idiot What Miss when tho sun flamed down behind the dress Buy of the Company's representa- It inylnj; In Kr,de.ifnr, diicae i f the eye, ear, stock, but tiv to the stock, so that ileuosilors aa amount eoual ol about his journey to Goulburn kldni'V. Helen was to me? What could she pines and the shadows crept longer and tives, or James 0. Pond, Gen. Pass, and Ihrrnl li.llim. allilliach. llnT. ilubelc, Uf liary mil this institution are secured by a fund of 400,000. and his taking so much value dyspepila, five sworn statements of thecundition of the bank bladder, nrrvnus proMralioil, ever have been to me? a lumbering longer across tho grass, I've had a fanconstipation, ibeiiniatisin, paialst, eoiliy or are made each year to the United States governwith him." Agt. ilrmoiruiil pile, cured without kiille No ment and its assets are examined at staled limes lit Goulburn, as I suppose everybody vagalKHid chap, not worthy to kiss the cy that I still could see her at the open hy government agents, thus securing addititona pain aid to di trillion from i.ctk door watching for her father. place in the south- dust she trod on. Stop Ovkrb on World's Fair Tkkts. knows, is the chief and perfect safety In deposituis. But I must go back ami watch the story, old chappie: we've originally established This That's my district; we all went Young nd Middle Aged Men Depositinstitution, Stanford in 1818, then as ths ern All parsons buying ticketa to tho Hank of for this last that there at times to'get our gains weighed, house so I covered her ravine. In it ouch other our own, of one sort or World's Columbian Exposition via the lufftrliii; from s.era.4torrhea and impolitic' a iicd as the National Hank ol Sunfuid in 105 and night, returned to t'lo other. Pill up your glass and lot's have again rcorganiied as the Kirst National Hank ol or changed, or banked. In jouthi'r cjhim i mair will he thcioultoi and some of the Stanlord in ibZi, has had practically an uninterother wail m "Mv father has been very fortunate were many little dells swarming with a pipe. Vivian Brooke, in Chambers' popular Queen A Crescent route ture ytnrt rupted rxistenceof it years. It It better supplied tickMulches, defollowing elTecti ouch at emmiaiis, of thegrand Australian Journul. the allowed stop over privileges on all lately, has he not?" she asked. bility, r.eivnunii, dtziiiiesa, confusion of Ideas, now with Iscilities for transacting business prompt spring. Now, In one of these same 15 days, at avus on to scciciy, defective mcinmyand sexual ly and liberally than ever before in its long and "He has had some good finds, miss; ets including those limited to An Irish Worst. unfits tho victim for business honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduexhaustion he got hold of two jolly big dells what do you think I saw? a and Tory originally meant robber; the Cincinnati, Louisville, IndianapoliB and or nirriace, whichpenn.iiiei.tly cured by remedies ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic-ltaie dead man's face. Yes, I knew at once word comes from the Irish toiriohe, a , nuggets." Chattanooga within fiiml limit on both rot injurs uo, Tht Directory of this Hank is composed 01 "I am glad. Will he bring them that ho was dead; but so easily "the pursuer, a searcher, hence plunderer. going aud returning tripn. For further Foresfws Keid, Lincoln county ; that?" and squire" rested on tho wet moss, that A tory was at first an Irish robber; the homo this evening? What's S.T. Harris, Lincoln; atop overs, rates, Ac, she sprang to the door, flinging it wide the song I had heard him singing state papers of 1500 uso tho word "tor-ie- s information, as to (1 A, Lackey, Lincoln; At Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc , rail on or addreeaugcntsconnectingliueB of the lamp behind her. might still hnve been upon his lips. open, the shine cured by never falling remedies. und other lawMess persons." Then J.W. Hayden, Stanford; ol women, such as I.eucorrlica. palntul General Raising his head, I found a blow Diseatet "Dearest father!" sho cried, "is It ycu?" the word was transplanted to England, O A C. route. I). G. Edwards. S.H. Haughroan.l Lincoln; Menstruation. Displacement of Womb, bearing But sho broke off, alarm In her voice: aimed from behind had killed him. Ho where, after tho restoration, tho cav- Passenger Agent, Cincinnati, O. down pains in back, relieved in short time. J. S. Mocker Stanford;' ( all his portable Instruments there, had dropped and died at once. His alier party became that of tho tories, 1 he Doctor carries 'Nedl Ncdl" for no father was W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; and comes prepared to examine the most obscure were M D. Eliuore, Stanford; In the Spring months people Bre more medical and surgical cases but two of the worst of our lob scamps pockets, turned lining outward, tho name being given maliciously, lie undertakes no incurable diseases hut cure' for whom hemp was growing; the one, empty. Snatching up his fallen pick, I with tho Intention of identifying the liable to suffer from nervous weakness T. P. Hill, Stanford. to die. K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; a blackguard bailor; the other, a smart-ish- tore on to the log house, knowing well court party with the Irish outlaws lu caused by the breaking up of winter and hundreds given up solicited Address Correspondence should find there my long slimy chap, thin, dark, lying. Hit whom .M.J.Miller, Ml. Vernon. S. APPLEMAN, M. D. its support of Roman Catholic meas- the advent of Spring. Tako Stockton' b J. sharp knife was in my belt I raced ures. Then, during our revolution, J.S.Hocker, President; Louisville, Ky, uamo was Phil Dawlish. is a nerve and blood puriJohn J. McRoberts, Cashier Write for Health Journal, free. I remembered now, as I saw him by round to tho back; the little kitchen the word was applied to tho court Antiseptic; it tho A. A. Mi Kinney, Aisisuat CaabUr. fier. A. R. Penny, Stanford, sells it. (the flash of the light, that he as well door was undone; fear fiends lu posses- rartyinthis country... of interruption. las I had been near when "the squire- sion had small ; I ( I I r u, 1 Con-sipsees- of J wcll-mo- b T X -i -- somnia, Teun., Mar. 8, .SKI. The Nashville, Stockton Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn., Gentlemen: I had Sciatic rheumatism, combined with nervousneiA aud insomnia, for six weeks and having heard of so many persons being cured of nearly everv disease by taking Stockton'H Anil Bcptic, I conclu led to try it and tho rei i.i i eavo mo almoal JnBtan4 reuej and in live days I went to I take grest pleasure in rec- ol,. om va , , Ju Respectfully yours, R. . orto . 'UJIJ North College street . R. Penny, Stanford. Sciatic Rheumatism, Nervouinew and In- H 1" f- NEW Uot wr rltlo ulhor-tie- d Nlfc-b- ; Oonnrtt-nfm- ; orrr-ifrtlo- Or-t- h. . ..-- nt Stanford. o' 1 all 1 1 1 , ! , 1 'v " tree-Mem- I fi-,l- -r.i ; ,. - I n )LkiADI uan-gle- d $riftriifir: JmMkaii hi-aUK-", llfO-dw- ay, Cti'i-innati- , f 1 d . CH)COAGOf close-fittin- g, lizi cures di8ea8e Without Medicine. I gltf-Sci- ro'WBST. WORLD'S FAIR log-hou- se ;jf 1 OiU. S. APPLEMAN Cues-apeake- it 1 Farmers Bank&Trnst 1 self-contro- l, lie-I- )tf eurth-staine- d P!Jiijj 1,000-mil- e H'JH, ! 1 ed p ''lrk!r jK L 0W' iHb I -'d, 1 $200,000 21.300 atop-ove- gold-minin- g wild-flowe- to-da- y d. Blood nnd Skin Diseases. I- - - , iA aawiliMHi aiiiiliiasw 'H" iin uti 1 'in 'iii'llajtwwirasji m ymmmmimmmmmiw a, mjwt jii TwHHW"" MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Thy our new broad. You will liko it. Ah one of tho Gaines brothers waa pats McKinney IlroR. ing Itowlaud yesterday his horse became Sued for breach of promise at tho age freightcned at an engine and fell dead. of SG by n widow. Col. Wra. B. Davis, a Wriidino preaenta, elegant and cheap ... wealthy citizen of Marshall county, com(Stanford, Ky., Seitkmiii:u 1, 1893 at Daukg, the jowoler. Jamks Walkkr Givrnb, one of the best mitted suicido by ahooting himself. county and n democrat from The Chicago Herald says Lillian Feu. atock of school hooka nud school men in tho is announced in this issue as away back, E. C Walton, Business Manager Biippliea at W. B. MeKoberta'. itusseii, me queen o: comic opera m n candidate for county judge. this country and Eugene Sandow, whose Bv general consent the examining triDick Bailkv, 10 daya for disturbing marvelou8 strength haa excited tho won MEANS MUSINESS. al of Odiu l'nnl for the murder of Iko roligioua worship, and Bill Baker, flvo der of the world, are to bo married. Buy your boIiooI oooich nml school huj Helm waa fixed for Friday, tho 8th. MIbs Pattio Embry Tribble, the days for jumping on a train in motion, piles ol nil kinds at A. H. I'oiiny'H. Dkuvkhy wagon, harness, bIiow cases, wero lodged in jail Tuesday from Mil- - bright nnd beautiful daughter of AlexWatciika, clockfl and jowrlry repaired ander Tribble, was married at the Gil- Everything has a Silver lining, so we now come to break the recand warranted. KiiKMvint; n opucially, ecalee, spice case, Ac. will ho sold ut '.V.'M ledgeville. cher Hotel, Danville, Wednesday at o'clock , Saturday, at auction Blazer Suits worth at A.lL 1'enny'n. Mr. Win. Lucas' lifetime he noon, to Mr. Ira G. Taylor, tho popular ord and to give you a few prioes unheard of. Durinu Tiik floda water syrtipH at A. II. Pen- room. w. II. liiuKins. accepted as payment of n debt that the representative of tho John Shilito Co. 7.50 reduced to S4.50; Spring and rail Wraps woJth S5 reduced to ny's arn intuit) with pure fruit juices and one lot of French Ginghams worth 25c now 15c; one lot worth delightful. Try them. Wk have just opened tho llrat Bhip lato J. B. Green owed him. a policy In Tho wedding was a quiet ono and tho S2.50, are one lot worth 35c now 20c; one lot of Printed Dimi15c, now ment ol dress goods, consisting of Hen- the .Ktna Life Insurance Co. paid up to pair left at onco for Mt. Auburn, CincinpTrsonal pointsT ties worth 25c now 15c. Ladies' tan Oxfords worth S2.50 now $1.75; riettas, Serges, Flannels, Hop Sackings that time. Since his death Mrs. Lucas nati, the groom's homo. The bride has all ladies' Oxfords reduced and must go. Some odds and ends of Mrs. II. J. MiUoiiEitT4 continues quite and Habit Cloths. Full lino of Silk Iirh kept tho premiums paid up and a large circle of friends who will join Wednesday was rewarded with a check with us in wishing her bon voyage on gentlemen's Shoes must go if they don't bring 50c on the dollar. Velvets. Severance A Son. nick. Gents' light Clothing to go at your own price. for f,000 in full payment of tho policy. the matrimonial sea. Mrs. it. Zimmkk went to Cincinnati on All accounts punt duo must now bo a visit yi'Hterdav. settled. I will not wait any longer. If CHURCH AFFAIRS. "All signa fail in dry weather" and Mkb. J. II. Vaniiook' is 7iidtlnK at her you can't pay promptly at the end of six those that presented themselves aa we father' Mr. O.J. Crow. The Synod of Kentucky will meet at months, I don't want your namo on my went to press Monday night were no exMus. V. II. MimriiY and children are hooks. J. K. VanArsdate. Winchester Oct. 11. Will be nothing to compare with ours in this sale, and then you can ception. The promises for a good rain visiting friends in Boyle. Communion Bervice at the Methoselect what you want. Don't fail to see For Bknt. A good, comfortable resi- wero not fulfilled and a famished vege- dist church Sunday morning. The evenMh. ask Mm. U. Williamh leave for tho World'B Fair. dence on Danville street, Stanford. tation continues to thirst. The weather ing service begins at 7:30. be V. G. Lackey has returned to his po- Good garden, good cow pasture, orchard, bureau telegraphed that there would The meeting at Goshen, conducted so come in out light local rains good water at the door,- - big yard, Ac. sition in the Elizibclhtown Seminary. by Elds. J. G. LivingBton and Jou Sevof the wet. V. S. and H. 0. Hockkii and It. C. Foi terms, etc. apply to Dr. II. Iteid. erance, Jr., continuea with 27 additions. Our Lace Curtains, our Gents' Furnishing Goods, etc. Don't go to Bush went over to Lexington Fair yesThe Cumberland River Association the auction and stay all day when you can come here and get what A dispatch to Mrs. Sallio Higgins, Tiik stockholders of tho Stanford and terday. is visiting her son, Judge Stephen ia iiiBeesion at Waynesburg, thia week, you want for less money and go home. who Come try it. Mil. Will Skvkkanck and Master Preachersville turnpike are requested to Burch, received yesterdny said that Mrs. and a large crowd ia present, including meet at County Clerk Cooper's ollice at John Shanks returned from .Shelbj ville '2 many from Stanford. r. t., Saturday next, for the purpose of A. Whitley Montgomery waa en route Tuesday. Kentucky Presbytery of the Cumwith a corpse and would arrive by this Tom Ykaokr and Frank Jones went electing ollicers for the ensuing year. morning's train. As her husband baa berland Presbyterians will meet at over to the Lexington Fair yesterday on W. M. lackey, president. 'Sept. 22. The churches are been sick a long time, it is thought that their wheels. Wk have the linest lino of kid gloves it is he that it is dead, though further urged to'.make special elTorbj to pay the Mr. Jake Roiiinbon, a Presbytery debt. ever offered in Stanford. The Lo Bon information could not bo obtained. merchant ( Middlesboro. is on a visit Ton, Foster Hook Suede, Paragon and Elder C. E. Powell will preach for Eld. In Square or round top, zinc or canvas; to his parents. Biawit. All in dressed and undressed The party at Shoritr J. N. Menefeo's W. E. Ellia here Sunday at 11 o'clock Misses I .orris Givbss and Bertie Mc and in the new shades of tans, browns, was a very elegant affair. Tho younger and in the afternoon at 3::'0 will hold Kinney left yesterday to attend the modes, greys, whites, blacks, set in town, country, Lancaster, Dan- forth at Moreland. Mr. Ellia' meeting Williamsburg fair. ville, Huston ville and other points were at McCormacka continuea with increasAc. Hughes A Tate. And I'rok. J. K. Itom.Nsos left for Marks there in great numbers and the event ing intereat. Mil J. II. Sowdkii, of Crab Orchard, was a memorable one in their young Elder Martin OwenB writes that he ville, Wednesday, where he will take has located here and with George S. lives. A moKt inviting array of refresh- and Elder Stephenson held a t) days chnrge of a school. Carpenter will run a real estate agency. ments was enjoyed and every thing was meeting at Hazel Dell, Pulaski county, at Mrs. If. H.Tiii'hman,o( Mil ami J. Adair county, are visiting rela- His ollice is in the Intkkioh Journal lovely. Misses Annie, Lizzie and Lula which 2;l confessed and two were added In canvas, rubber or leather. building to the left at the top of the Menefeo did the honors of the occasion by letter. He also held a meeting at hie tives in this county. steps and he would bo glad to see those and acquitted themselves handsomely. .Ml km JoseriiiNR Knolkman has returnchurch in Rockcastle, Frien lahip, with Bro. S.Collier, which resulted in l.'l ad ed from Philadelphia where ulie bus having property to sell or who desire to Whenever a youtti comes to ditions, eight by buy. sevrtral months. confession aud N'cn for town and evinces a predisposito Mrs. W. F. Mit l.h and Mis Jennie Wt' tion to freshnees, the boys begin A HKi) spring factory is now in full Elder Joseph Ballon closed this U tollay for him. some tune ago Withers went over to Lexington Wed- blast here. Mr. J. II. Bowling is the : ") one whose picture is given week one of the most successful meetthe nesday to ntteud the fair. proprietor and his establishment lis lo ( at the beginnini: of this item ings we have noted. It waa with his Mrh. H 0. Farms, accompanied Mr. i' on Depot street. The process is appeared in our midst and as church at Mt Vernon and the visiand Mrs. Mark Himlin mid Miss Annie quite simple but interesting. The iVslns looks indicate h wore a ble results of 21 sermons waa anet harvest Walnut anc Oak Fight-DaClocks, $2.50. Nickel Arlarm Clocks 75c. most complacent aud Green to tho World's Fair, springs sell at :!.."() a bed and Mr. Prices knocked silly on tied air. tie chauged his clothes several of 15 souls for Christ, 17 responding to MiM Min Mrs. Ci. W. Bow ling has It) wagons on the road selltimes a day and had hat aud shoes to thu call at one service, that of Sunday nie Munday are visiting at it. H. ing them. match each suit. To make a long de- night, alone. Mr. Ballou has great powin Crab Orchard. scription short he was a regular lab ers as an ovangelist and never fails to sruciAL attention Is culled to the adMr. and Mrs F. M. Anslky and famand a woman killer generally. He greatly to vertisement of J. T. Farra, real estate held forth in all his glory at the store make a rich return for thu Master. ily have moved to Itev. A. V. Sizemore, A. It. Penny agent of Jessamine cou ily. Jessamine which runs tno largest advertisement in tho regret of many friends. And anything in my line. Don't forget the place, , this paper and was of the nationality and J. H. McAlister represented the Mm. W. K. Bui ii ana.v, of Crab Oreh is one of thu richest and best counties known aa God's chosen people. He has Stanford church at the Tate's Creek a a peculiar penchant for the fair sex and ard. spent several dys with her sister, in the State and parties wishing to buy which is holding its centennihome cannot do better than consult Mr. the tmys imagined that he thought all of Mrs. 0. C. Parrihh, at Col. Hill's. al meeting at Tate's Creek. Madison We have listu of the farms Mr. them wero struck on him whether he Mrs. T.J. Foctkr Iihs gono over to Farrs. did or not. This led them to plot for his county. The attendance is very large. Mr. Tom Metcalf's, in Jessamine, to see Farra has for sale that we will take destruction. A number of them fixed Dr. Eaton preached the introductory Come and get the best goods for the least money, and bring the cash pleasure in showing with you. it up for Put Gcer to invite him to go sermon in the place of Hev. George her little grandson, who is sick. with him to call on some lovely young and children are Mm. W. II. BrtAiiv With tho present connections to ladies from Loxingtoo, Tuesday night Hunt, who he said was detained at homo Mrs. l'et-visiting in Uuisville. by sickness, from which he was glad to ten miles, it takes just lour and Mr. Geer, looking as smiling Straub also went to the city Wednesday. dins to send u letter there and get a re- us a basket of chips, approached say ho was convalescing, when at the " Mu. M. F. Ki.ki.v isgettinu along Inu vii'titn mu snini bad him I'll- - i.'J ..! ...,. ply and under tho most favorable sani9 time thu faithful old soldier of the thusiastic over tho prospect of His friends say It hurts him worse Tuesday, it took two hours pleasant evening. The day pass- cross, having fought the good tight and not to he able to talk than any thing to receive an answer toa dispatch, which ed umiBiiully slow to him, but it finished his courso, had lain down his else. life's burden and gone to bis eternal rehad to go via I.ouinvilln and Cincinnati finally numbered ltselt among ' Kt.i). CifcoiidB H. Fari.ky and wife, of were ami when S ward. to reach there. Sun Francisco is about tho things that O Lexington, are Kiiesta of Mr. and Mrs. as easy of access as our little neighbor in o'clock came he waa dvked toDANVILLE. kill and en route with his hetrayc to A. D. Root. Mr Farley will preach it thu West End. the imaginary house that tno ladies were Tiirnersvlllii, Sunday. Vlvoc.Hc.) supposed to lie visiting, located on the MisseH Mary and Lena Uruce, of OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Missks Si's an BiiKiiir. Annie Little Kat. daughter ol Mr and cut oil" pike, far beyond other habita Knisleuuui and .sue Woods hon- Mrs. E I'. Pence, was badly kicked by a lions. An I.NTKiuoii Journal artist was Stanford, are guests at the home of Mr. ored our sanctum with their presence horse Tuesday evening. She was dnv-in- g let into the scheme and taking his kodak and Mrs. L. T. Yenger. Every thing in the grocery line Call and see them before buying, along he mmle instantaneous pictures of Wednesday afternoon. X. F. Roberts beat Thomps Bailey for sale cheap. the animal out of tho yard aud un- what followed. As thu two got into the Coi. 'rnoM.s M. (iiiRKN ami wife, of fortunately camo within too close prox- lonely stretch beyond Capt. Geers, a on the oatfl question. From 100 bundle? Danville, were hure Tuesday. The colo imity to iln heels. Ono foot struck the couple of boya arose from the fence cor- of Burt oats be threshed 17 bushels. George Wrenn, aged 1M, died at nel is now one of I' nolo Sam's boys, little girl on the right cheek, laying it ner and throwing tlieir shiny pistols in man's face, advised him shaving been given the privilege of sit open for an inch and a half, but fortu- thev young to "git . no got and ptoou Junction City of hint; trouble. He was nately the other foot missed her. She ting astride a whisky barrel. not on thu order of his go formerly a resident of Parksville, where JV 1 U,r' "S this picture very the remains wero buried. tllTK a party left by yesterday's train. was brought to town aud Dr. O'Bannon fttb clearly dicates. They let A E. W. Smith, an hydraulic engineer dressed the wound. The tlesh is cut to 'nX-j- ? Mm. C. V. Parrish and Miss Angio nt tly their blank f of Stanford, was inspecting several for Clifton Forge, Va . Mistes Kllen thu bono but nobonex are broken. him and for a uuarter of a nnd Klnr Ballon for Boston, and Miss mile there was a continuous volley from prospective sources of water supply Jim Bii'w.s, a Rowland negro, stole masked batteries. Bunning ford ea r around Danville yesterday. He visited Florence Trueheart and Trueheart and , Virginia Bonnie for Huntington, W. i'i.oU from Beck Lee, but he did not life and expecting every minute to be Bull Spring, White Oik und the mouth keep it long Itebecca had an, inkling his iHst, our Israehtisti friend pulled ol Clark's Hun, etc. Is keceiving Hia Vn. an.1 blowed louder than a steam engine Louisville papers nsseit that Jim was the guilty party and se- and finally, almost sweating blood and Marshal W.J. Steele, of Versailles, Altiiouiiii the curing a horsewhip went to him and de- foaming at thu mouth, he reached Mrs. bos sued G. W. : : : that Alforil has as good as got the W.chand W. H. Harmoney. Ho aworo ho was Kate Duddejar's and besought ris, members of the city council and Col. Welch has not it i veil up manded the - jh-he Goods Warranted 'and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. hopes, bo he has gone again to Washing innocent of the charge, but that did not shelter. This is the wayhut itlook- .',-- J Chief of Police G. T. Helm for false arwas rest, on evidence furnished by two satisfy thu irate woman and she let into etl as he implored help, 1 ton to attempt to convince the appointalong time before he could catch, detectives employed to work up gambwas the strong ling cases. Steele was the wrong man hia breath sulliciently to pay "A '; ing power that ho is the right man for him with the whip. She er of tho two and Jim soon found that he man is after me." MVb. Dudderar hud now be wants his wounded honor the place. He caught on nt onco and suggested tb' the healed with a $5,000 plaster. was coming out only second beet. asked for time, which was given, aud y. m. that the hoys had been having fun CITY AND VICINITY. leaching down to ono of his shoes he at his expense and then the true state of NKW ADVEKTISKMENI. esse began to dawn on his bewildered Tnv the UOdays system. McKinney pulled it oil' and out rolled ttie silver. Ho proceeded on to tho drug mind. Bros. store and pale, sad ami V. GIVENS forlorn he mopped the per Thu Lancaster nine, chaperoned by Youn account is ripe, readv and wait V ear Hnirtiticm from his noble I a C.tmlldate fr County Judue of I lucoln , sub. II. ing. Please call and settle. Jake Joseph, came over Wednesday with brow. "1 thought I saw ject u the a. nun ol the Democracy en A Co. hauliers (lying and confidence depicted Bill Pen- that countenance, hut they returned v" he naid as thu lauuh New stock, styles and shades. Youn account has benn due and ready in each A picked up nine Mat his expense grew fast Call and settle by cash sore and crestfallen. since July 1st. fj and furious. JKI I.1CO. TIA'NK.SSEE, did them up J.' to s and didn't half try. or noto. A. it. Penny. sjj r , Tho noise George Dunn, of Springfield, Mo., Leslie attracted Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. Marshal Newland use- You owo uh and you must pay. We Wilson, of Lebanon Junction, T. A who came in hot haste to McHob-erts- , " or no Kice, J.T. Embry -- t thu scene. Bealizing that must have our money, hard times Tlie ttt hotel in the city ami tli otily one with Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, who used to help form tho Intkiii- .where there is no fool, hard timed. McKinney Bros. there is no fun, the young man good B umplf room for itruiniirs Kspecul jtteiiliou to the travi'lintf nilln Kjtei j. Landreth's Garden Seed at or Journals several years ago, but who Prok. M. D. IIuuiiKfl' school at Bow hadn't played ball for a year or two, natnrudly accepted the situation and joined in thu laugh as much as it was in land haa M pupils and he and his assis- wero in the gimio ami it looked almost his power to do but thu effort waa abor! tant have all they can do to keep them like "tlii" good old times before the war." tive and n very markod case of dry gritiB was thu result. His initiation into the htraight. New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. " society for tho prevention of freshneps As admlrltratnr of F L. Shipuun, ilrceaied, I for subbcription ill on V,r.' anil ati nvitr ilavulnmnan! nf Pirn Walnut and oak eiglit day clockB Thohk who;fowe;tus item's are earnestly requested having been successfully, - 50; nicklo alarms 75c; everything in and othor 9U1, 1893, and wo may add, very paintuuy tho to settle. Wo haven't a man on our D.inks, my lino in proportion. accomplished, tho new member At hi late rctulence in Lincoln county, books that could not easily pay the small from Shelby Jeweler. See big ad. waa invested with the cap and mile to thu highest City on the lluitonville pike, toll amount he owes if he wanted to. Please other insignia of tho order, and ty consisting of bidder, all his personal properWk would call attention to A. It. Pen- mako it a point to do bo. Tho acsregate r henceforth bo will bo both a pood buggy horse, i 7 Alderny milk cows, ny's clearance sale of watches, clocks, amounts to n large stun and wo need it. and a wiser man. Of course old mare broke to drive,? good stock hojfs, t Al- Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st. ; wareroom, paint bull calves, ei'lverwaro and everything in tho jewelit is not necessary to give tho derny bull, 4 IAlderny heifersets ol ibuggy calf, harI buckboard, It takes $100 each week in hard cash to top buggy, a and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. to buy at run this ollice and it has to bo forthcom- name of the now member. Anybody ness, latackof hay, or to barrels ol old com, ry lino. Now is tho time about 6 acres of corn in the field. can see at n glanco who theso beautiful slaughter prices for cash. ing. Our men cannot live on promises, pictures are intended to portray. Household & Kitchen Furniture. if wo have to, andjlhe paper makers and toMu. W.S. Warrkn brought us a tho ink makers must bodies were taken from the Sale to begin promptly at 10 A. M, Seventy foundrieshind We guarantee A specialty. SoTSign Work, artistic and plain.- mato yesterday that weighed ono pound typo they don't ship their product. Coosaw river in tho neighborhood of Terms. Under $10, cash in hand, sums over 12 inches bo paid or work r.o give satisfaction. A share of patronage splicited. nnd 11 ounces and meiisureil $to, 60 day' cr:dit, ncRotiiible note your label find send us what Port Itoyal and Beaufort, S. C. The 'V D. WEATHERKORD. CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky one way and 10 tho other. ,If you can Look at Admlnimator 53. ,d miBaing Btill number over 100. you owe. do so and tako it. beat it Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - EASING 8c; t UP EVERYBODY CHEERFUL. BANKS RESUMING. CROPS GOOD. S AUCTION : PRICES Counter, fc'at-urd.i- y to-da- Our : Remnant : HUGHES & TATE. Win-cheat- m wide-awak- e TKIJITKST VAILIg DEB H. J. McRPBERTS. K ox-blo- Mill-tow- TJElLlEgOdPIE Bf REDUCTIONS! Uk I bar-tis- m. CYCLONE cat-te- self-sati- y Bitos-Attiiruu- 's de-da- b Watches, Clocks, Sterling' and Plated Silverware, Spectacles, Danks, The Jeweler, THE BEST MADS. ... Hub-touvill- e, r tlrht-rat- e. sx BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, V av--J- n - WATER COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. Bro-naug- h -- Bal-lo- u .P f fc SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. SEASONABLE GOODS. i v JAMES K - WALL PAPER 'ft ALABASTINE Carriage and Decorative Paints for Buggies and Household long-legge- d 11 Th. A Floronos Hotel, . r,-".- "" and-Georg- Administrator's Sale Wo Bo MoiMBDMra, CAMPBELL ATJSTI1T, - $- Saturday, Sept. I one-hal- f NEW CARRIAGE SHOP Fro'rs, .. sad-do- H House Painting and Paper Hanging ... '' -------- i --- C-- "' "5fPW"F-r.,"Wtw- ij MJ1 ii ""SW , xo , , n- - . f - wirv-?-- ! , - - ''jjFhtjS&y -- vtsjs-- v "W i it It 11 i' r WIFE AND I. She who sleeps upon my heart Was the first to win it; She who dreams upon my breat Ever reigns within it. She who kisses oft tny lips Wakes their warmest blessing; She who rests within my arms feels their closest pressing. GRAB ORCHARD. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT Pubtlabod Every Tuesday and Friday iJ JPKn VJCA.U IX ADVANCE not so paid . wWhcu 32. O will be charged." -- -:- town, between 10 and 111 years, are said to be carrying pistols and knives, which A. GIVENS K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tax-Payr- .' Knglih and Classical Kor males and females. should be looked into by the proper auOther hours may greet us et, Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, subthorities before it is too late. Hours that shall be weary. : Kontucky. Triin naves Kowiand at 7:00 a m., returning ject to the action of the Democratic patty. .11"". ' V ' V.afe J"'w P due and will be at 5:20 p. m. r omce at the Still this heart shall be thy home. NewB has reached here of the death E3 "i ."' Ni xt tension Sept 5th. 191 The cuuric special appolntmeuu at prescribed br the Still this breast thy pillow; L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. ,1 teaching tnorough, the buildings and giuunds of little Graham, 0110 of the twins of Snr,ll O P New Young ladies land .ill bo in Still these lips meet them as scf t beautiful and rates reasonable Orchard every Saturday. I Mrs. Mary B. Morgan, of Tollesboro, Ky. toarded in the College. oung gciitlemen boardtd As billow mellcth billow .. 11 7 pm Mail tram some North It a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of in at IIUMonvl le.Wavil.'lhtirir ..! .l.. .. .. the town. Kor further particulars OUIilii ..tijpm Her friends sympathize with them in the democratic party MII.K1N ELLIOTT President, Sleep then on my happy heart, .. 11 31 pm Exprati train ' South this their first bereavement. Since tliy love hath won It; .""'"I ?k.l,;p.n- - ha. rendered iui yi iu ciorsuior taaeslhis vear Local Freight North........ 9 36 a m G. V. A protracted meeting began at the Dream thou, on my loyal breast, .. South.... ,.7pm collected llncily in confotmanc to the new None but thou hath done it. The latter trains alto carry passengers. Baptist Sunday. The meetings are well Is a Candidate for Jailer, sublect to the action of nu. 7 And whene'er our bloom shall change, is calculated oa standard time, SeUr Tha abore oillsell Millinery nld after No emberTTer J"."!."-"- Kl. remains... attended and much interest is being the Democracy. ut h. ime is about so minutes faster, With its weary weather, land, advertlied .III,. will '.'.'""".ur " shown. Rev. Stout 'is conducting the financial cr.,1. Vk '""T. . "Vi'--- , ' ?e May we in the grave AT UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES 91. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. nectary lb., meeting and Rev. Rifle, of Hustonville, Sleep and dream together. ??n't.a"ri V ! "n,no money, Kor the rest of Pcl that help from Atlanta Journal. is assisting. heretofore canted rat lube It a Candidate for Attestor, subject to the action A tple idid linethe season Call and sae Hos- the Trains pass Junction City as follows: ot I.adieV Underwear and Ihe A young wife recently received the above as a l.y iery kept constantly on hand. D. C. Payne's store was broken into of the democracy. ana ...7,lh. once P;"- ''' rSouth bound.- No. t , Vestibule Limited, it. So at Reitrul.y, rrofil ihU a. m ; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, a.jc a. in,; No. 5., clipping from her husband and see is so proud of the other night and the money drawer MISSLICCIK HCAZi.F.V, J N MKNEFKK.H. L.C. New Orleans KtpreM, 11 ? a. m ; S'o. 7., Local, the little gem that the withes others to enjey it. Stanford, Kt ia.lt p. m.; No. 9., lilue Grass Votibule, 8.49 p. ransacked, but nothing found. A few M. BRODHEAD. eatables was all that was taken. This is It a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the actiou North bound -- No. a, Vestibule Limited, 6.48 COAL THE P. 0. MILLINERY. p. m. ; No 4., Fast Mail, j.jj p. m. ; ISO. 6 , Lnlga- the second time this store has been bro- of the Democratic party. m , .no. s , uocai, a.55 a. ru.; limited, 1.17 3. A stratiRO little lady came to Mrs. Of Rowland, Stanford and Vicinity n0. 10, rilue Urasi special, earn. George Owens' in the latter part of last ken into this year. D. Call at ihe Having made arrangements with the Kast room and see the Last Saturday was the IHh birth-daweek. She weighed 11 pounds and JcllicoCoal Co., I am now prepared to tell I1 a candidate for to the ortice of As of little John Chad wick and he gathered you Jelllco Coal at the lowest possible marand Boat Sotoctod sessor, of Lincoln County, subject to iction of the gin. I find that by George is a very happy father. plig cash and telling for P cath I can tell much cheaper, to come and sen me Stock Mrs. Richard Pike was thrown from about him of his mates and treated to democratic party. and tee how little motley will buy your Winter Of Millinery in town The goujt and prieet are a horse last Saturday CQornipg and heing a splendid dinner, with sherbet, cake tunply ol this Coat, tun best on the market and fruits as dessert. Ho is a bright, ThankniK you for past favort and soliciting a bound toplraw you. sick with malarial fever at the time of 10 MRS I' T COURTS. youtt manly boy mi his friends hope to see Ik acand'date for jailer, subjectto the action of continuance of same, S am loinvifully Kowiand. D ADAMS', the fall is now in a very critical condidemocracy. the many returns of his birth-day- . .STANFORD tion. The fruit in our vicinity has been a JT. Mr. Thomas Lewis and family, who rrrn ivn Wli-motb? Itf-Niit-Mwere once citizens of this county, but complete failure, but lots of very MlTMMI Hlltf M tf splendid peaches, apples, plums and Isactndidateforjallcr, rubject to the action of NICHOLAS VILLK. Je.tamlne County, Ky., who now live in Kansas, have hepn visdemocracy. At John Manefee't n w brick onDepottieet, t ' pears aro being brought in from Otten-hel- the old JefTersonlan iting friends and relatives in this neigh-pw . and from the Glades. Peaches can v .a n....t borhood. B. REAL ESTATE I IU i AG.KT, be bought at 50c, apples the same,which A quiet wedding took place here Absolutely Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of Who will atall timet be glad la at commodate all is cheap, considering the scarcity. Room 5 banners Kchan;e hank Monday morning. Mr. Christian Baker the Democracy with good ngt at realisable ratet. My 'llut'will Monday a pos90 of 13 or 14 deterJ meet all K. C trains and Mies Martha Adams were the conW. W. HAYS, A cream of tarter baking pow- tracting parties, Rev. A. J. Pike olliciat-in- mined looking men, each nrmed with Stock, Grain, Market and TobacSPLENDID FARM pistols and gun, came through our town co Farms in tho Blue-Gras- s der, Higest of all in leavening Is a candidate for jailer, subject to the action ot of a thieving crew that have the di'iuuciacv Miss Bettie Henderson, of Low- in search strength. Latest United States Always lor ill. Alw Timber Lands in the mounell, is visiting Mrs. J. G. Frith. Bro. held full sway in the adjoining counties Government Food Report. (will tell pritatrly tains fer lale. Corrrpoudence solicited. Pike's baby is very sick. V. II. Colyer long enough. Thero are several in this SI hi CO., has gone to Wildie to put up some tomb- gang whose names are known; two have It a candidate for jailer, subject to the action ol My Splendid Farm of 150 Acres, 108 Wall St., Now York. the democracy. stones for Mr. Williams, of Mt. Vernon. been captured. 11. J3AUGHMAN. Mtuated t't miles South of Stanford. This farm Fok Sale. A very desirable properplenty of Itina high state of cultivation and has acres. Hat A. S. Mr. J. H. and Miss Martha Albright ty in Crab Orchard, ol water All in grass but 40 the FIRE AND STORM SAM M. situated on Main the very bctl of improvement. have gone to Waynesburg to attend the and Cemetery streets; house has six good SURGEON DENTIST. V W II S, Manlord. Ky . 4j tf It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, ritrnry. Cumberland River Association. Mr. J. rooms, pantry, kitchen and all necessary to the action of the democratic Office over MeRoberts Drug Store Inthe c Owsley Building. Reprtitntlog.... G. Frith has succeeded in finding a outbuildings and SUCHEOAED S70L.N, AND lot contains three A ilanfard quantity of water in the yard of the acre80f Kood, rich land. The well of Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; new hotel building, which will be acreat splendid water on this property is worth Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln coucty, subManchester, of Manchester, Enjj.; u. ject to the acton of Ihe democratic primary convenience to the public. the prico aske J for ttio place, as the late Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Deputy Sheriff Cummins arrested Dr. Graham (.poke of it as being worth On the mi;ht ol AuguM Jl. iljt, a llortt. about 15 of our citizens Saturday for fail- 50 cents a drink to anyone sutlering Ins. Co. of North America. and harortt wrre tin en trnm my liable In LOGAN AVKNUE, ing to work the county road last Friday. from kidney or liver Lincoln county and Stanford, Ky The Hurte it a Chcinut Surirl, All of which ure It a Candidate Ur Jailer of Comnaniet. I would trouble. This prop t pleased to themtrhe to any a) out ten yeart Old, white face, about his fnendi friends in The citizen? claim that the town id un erty commands a good rent prit-- and ask else, at he it not to commit at home and work hlkrh, while feet. Kid windinpat! on rihl lund leg; icies promptly wait on myWill insure this tin. Pol. forced to tlay isiued. one againtt lluckhoard ha .tile wind itornu anJ tlghining Llghtnior Hit candidacy der a charter that waa grouted in 1S79 would be a splendid home for anyone ocratic party it subject to the action ol the Dm. rather ihin In order Ihenear with black body bar ttutot, red mnnuif witVat additional charge Alwayflselli) goods lower than anyone else In and Office at Klrtt National Hank. Stauford. The hutch collar harnett nnirly new that the road? ought to be worked desiring to take advantage of Crab Ortown. New stock of Fruits every r rid ay. ) I will clve t reward lor recowrv "f the by a tax under the corporation and that chard's noted waters. For M y KI.KIM. terras adDR. W. B. aumoru, ry M if the roads are not worked inside the dress Mrs. Bettie Buchanan, Crab Orch trustees are respon- ard, Ky. corporation the old sible and are liable to indictment and I will open on January 16th, 1393. a Main ttrtet,in oiticc Offic 'Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ot the citizens are excusable. Thk Q. it (J and Louisville Southern tacattd South sidt F Hurlman, Stanford, leceo Ky by Dr. L. Jersey milk to the people of Manford and Rowwill sell round trip tickets either to Lou STANI'OKp, KY A crowd of men and women passed land attbelollowing prices, deliercd: HORSE AND BUGGY STOLEN. IS. morning and isviliu or Cincinnati, on account of Latown Sunday Fresh Milk, per gallon 10 cents through On Ihenijhtof July n, y, a HAS IIOKSI Skimmed Milk, rjr gallon 10 centa about 2 p.m. a pursuing sheriffs posso bor Day, Sept. , good to return on the the tnd Carriage Painter and Trimmer, was stolen from lunk'7liable of jamet 1' Uailey hjiit per gallon flutter Milk, Scents passed. They were, of J S Hxker. 'lnc bite icd to the overtaken at Bee 5th, at li fares, nnd to Washington, Sept. a dark bay, almo.t brown, a'ut 16 handt hluh, it Ihu 11 iel, renovated and refurnished, it now I will make two trips dally. The patronage ol the All km-- of chtcUt painted trimmed and re right eye it iut Wvcuh harlly pcrcet.lible; Hai LicK, near the Pulaski line, but the '2 to 7, at the same rato, on account of my I intend .public it solicited. G. A. I'KVTON, ( tlyle I'lain and ortiaaiental had tcralchet and hair it r If ihe hi ad loot, undri la on charge and ut high 10 conduct it so at 10 paircil in first last not I) maintain but 10 add Stanford, Ky ones thyy were hunting for were not Pan American Medical Congress. jr. Signs Satufactien Rttaranteed In both wwkrnan-shidrinking he to ill long Hit ol friend, reputation, accommoda. or fetlocks; he it ' mttolil;iii bpecial atwl price Shiopcn main ttreel, trains and through cars. For DauKherty'ablacktmitb thnp, Stanford, over.m lapt water like a do The ruRRisie gear of Ihe Uonire tommcrcttl traveler! and ho roout for captured. Two Wilsons were in the Ky ohw, . witn rMck IhsUltptuy of tamplet, MiCKt it palnled tinnkc Notice.tojthe Traveling Public. crowd, but both succeeded in escaping. raten, rtc , call on or addresH agents. D. stripes ur irlmminx., all the uncle (i. l&l wards. G. P. A., Cincinnati. I have had . . tree, which it bUt.k, the htdanJ ip are black atx! .. .. AIFIrst-Clas- s THK OLD They caught Kusty Champ and shot Saloon thcic It a piece abt 1' ivio inthrt iiuv iutut nt The hind atle lit-- Hear And the da.h on ihe in'H Henry Mullins, who were hauling the BuclcllrVa Arnica Salvo. IIILI.lAROand I'OOL ROOMS stitched luad wheel has t in welded and the paint at left -il The belt talte JOSKI'll COHKV crowd. Two stolen saddles were found ore, ulcers, salt In the world lor cuts, bruises that point on Ihe wu u i schorched and enliiely rheum, fever soies, tetter, chapAt Knwland repainted and nicely furnished and burnel off the lion; the left bind wheel iwe sa- - iu the wagon. WARNACK, I'ror SAM U They took the men x?ek ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup ffcave in connection ith Hotel one of the best cracked Hket The saddle of the h.rne. hat open day and night; anight tiont and Dositivelv cures rules, or no rtav reouir. ioons In tho t, Ihe hip ttiap has breti weMir.l Falls Branch Jcllico Coal Co., Kt- slJTI IfL V . cum mountitif tlwbi-ch- iij mau meets all trains. In connection with House to the Richmond jtil. The two Wil- ed, It is guaranteed to Kivi perfect satisfaction London, I Uk--l I i,wc it .oiB. Price ic centt per boi have alto one ol the beat Mineral wells in the Matt sons were again attacked on Tuesday or money refunded The It offered. it S.''or Mlnenand shippers el the GENUINE ond for reference to water, call on Mr and Mrs fc'ortale by A R. Penny, Stanford. Ky. return wf bwtsyaavl hitrw and run. ictwn ul lhie. way G. W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd In- - morning by a crowd of Rockcastle and Rehttcl and refurm.hed ami f, ,)f $ , $ 1 f( ... . , , Kale , . ' n aired to attend Um wants of IhepublK trrram, Erin, Venn , A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. Pulaski A Good TLUn to Kooput Himil Conl. cituens and 10 or 15 shots were 52 ' m D. E. Proctor, C II. Ilraum, Mr. and Mrs T. V. itioet wtll be lfl ottea for laur UMMlbt linm uly trotn th Troy. Kas , Chief Some )uart ago very reatunable Rowland, Mr, aud Mrs K. B.Johnson, fired, but both got away. Hamilton, Try it. We ate the so agents lor ianfoid !and a, The crowd wcwereverv muchtubjCLt to severe iielltvf hol ai which titae t le reward will be wiltc "New Haven, Jim Cox, Greensburic. Rates $1 per Rawrlamt ...... ...t .... J VMKS I' IIAILKY. dian ran upon them acain in the evening era morbuv, aud yowwhen we frel any vyrnplom. Jay. J. M. Petrey, clerk Give me a call J S HOl'KKK. ...!.VIWI .IIIOttue Lr)rttr Iful lij.t....n....umi. if that usually prececd that ailm.ut. tuth at tickuest I. W CARRIER, Prop oSoiy 6 . ManlMd. Kv. IGfilNS A WAITS, when they succeeded in arreetiug one at the tiomich, Uiarrhoea, etc.. we neioine tcarv i Chukra ami of them, who save his name as Robert We have found Chamberlain's Cola, to itraishteu Diarrhoea Remedy the cry thinf TO .. .. HOUSE Wilton. The older one got away, but one out in tuchca.-eo- , and H.vrayt Le.p it about "THE We are not writing this for a piy ertiimmial. but I have returned from the ntics with a Hue lint the citizens of WootUtouk are still look- Vc let our readers know whiit it a rohI thin to el Millinery which I will sell for a .wall profit Thii Hilur forewsrn. hunter., fisrurmrc ami F. B. KILEY.JProprletor. ethers not to lrepat on ..ur land, without per hac handv in the house. For sale by W II ing for him. t.oo.1 leftover, atlresn at tnis teium t gooit, mission, at nM .. -will l.c proteiuted ! the full Druggist, Manford Kentucky. -- London, - from last season, I will tell at Iia candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of short stay with relatives in Stanford. the Democratic party He would appreciate your vote Our college openB next Monday and all are requested to start their children JOHN M. JOHNSON in on the llrst day. A number of the smaller boys of Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the actloc of the Democratic party, Mrs. Kate Egbert has rcturnod from O. P. HUFFMAN it For Sale. The uudettigncd have for tale 40 Ewes and jo llucrs imported and bred by Granville Cecil, ol Ilotle. No fine, ur better bred Micrp iu the .Nate. D. S. CARPENTER, At the well-know- n old stand ol J. II, Green, in Hustonvlllo, iiuNr.uicr&cooi'KK Kentucky, ..! Stanford. Ky, Other days than these shall ccme, Days that shall be dreary; J. Garrard College, Mould be clad to sec his ni.m.mn. frlrn.L tho them Iiut stock nfgoodf consisting of Kami- Jure, Saddlery, Hardware, Hugglrs and harming Implements, (live lum a mil. Lancaster. DINK FARMER DEBORD TO All :,l;" court-hou- se ,Py -- TO THE ItADXSS. 1 nlS "' rere-hot- eu .1 self-sam- e F. FXKIN, r.' '" lUu'Tt JNO. BRIGHT TO BURNERS y E. KENNEDY, Ten-new- ? post-offic- e wJ- m . Largost W.L.DAWSON, I 40-j- JOHN BAILEY, Bakincr . towaer mt mm MI T. FAHHA, I INSW. m JOHN MERSHON I;t.llCIIlt J. tt n arcri' Pure 1 g. For Sale Cheap Privately. ' koyal:bakingpowder PETER HAMPTON, OWENS, Hfe PRICE, tub-je- lt J. 1 tm el T. I. NEWLAND, B INSURANCE AGENT CTE1TERAL STOBI, $5 REWARD. T. J. HATCHER, Ituck-boar- d firtt-cU- tt Stauford. Kentucky. t e lorna-iVH-- t, il cltui-ialU(h- iDj.iR,'r. First-Cla- ss PENNY prop-eri- Dentist. $100 BEWABD, THE 60FFEY HOUSE JOHN . OeNAROI, JOSEPH COPFEV, Pro'r. 91-- 1 Vea-tibule- d p 1111 Th.s Sb.olton House, St-it- m JACKSON HOUSE, J- hi .... .. I I , fuluiwiH-rewa- rd l. Original Jcllico is-ji- , i ? . RILEY MILLINERY. - 1 I'OSTKI). law The Ptople of Stanford AND LINCOLN COUNTV . ett tiwli4 ihe The Watts eteel and iron syndicate have entirely closed their plant at The tannery, furniture factory and brewery, employing, nil told, about 150 men, are the only industries in operation. .Much Huilorin is antici, ROWLAND, KY. pated a. noun poorer classes this winter HARDWARE, urless some relief comes. IN GROCERIES, DEALER A dip patch from Nashville nays that Has moved into hit new tore at the junction of piles all the Stanford t t'rali Orchard and the machinists on the L. & N. system l now better ttvMi ever prepared CX Rowland an J to ptea-.- the trade in both from Cincinnati to New Orleans have in GOODS, J'KICJCa, been ordered to strike y STOCK of the reduction of their wai;es. Etc. Heh.it recently added Kreatly to hU stock 'I rjhvft moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good I.iveryitlached and every convenience de ,ed. Givemeacall. pRANK Mid-dleabor- o Ol' to-da- conso-jtienc- e and having no rem to pay and 110 lost l.y bad debts lie can sellyou j;ods cheaper than auy body fall end get his pn.e befrre buyiLj; 57-'- )' SUGGESTIVE ome ut the Itnin' THOUGHTS. llorii'ri Hiiro Mils of perhe-cutct- l. COME to SEE ME. Havtnf purchased the Truth. The i,'ood never loe by behitf If you want to get happincs;,, try to : give it. All churches have somu members who Of J W Kamtev,' lam Increasing tlie stock as talk too much. b ive it fast a pO'ilble mid will mjoti (Jod doesn't measure prayers by the Par- - yard. Hell Is where lovo is stagnant .ind hope is dead. treet and I will X?all at my store on Lancaster His remarkable how wet the rain is make to tour interot to trade with me on Sunday morninjr. The smallest kin is hg enough to hide W.C. HUTCHINCS. the faee of (!od. 3 i A G. Lanhau. one of the most ohn H. Cattleman. deadly of all danger. The ruligion that has no joy in it docs not come from God. The man who makes his own god has oup that is merciless. Torment begins when a sinner find out that God sees him. There ti as much love in a warning as there is in a promise. God is robbed whenever 'one man gives another light weight. & ASTLEM A JS The man who has the king's word B commands the royal nrmy. MANAGERS,; When you bury nn evil habit the anCommerce Building, Louisville gels brinx Hewers to the funeral. As well expect a tree to live on last Agents throughout the South. year's sap, as a soul on old experiences. Nothing is kocertuln as that the meek TRXBBLE, Local Agoxit, shall inherit the earth. W. The great question is not how long ISTANPOUD, KV. w am going to livo, but how. Grocery Business Among the incidents of childhood that stand cut in bold reliel, as our memory reterts to the COST FOR THE CASH ONLY, days when we were young, none are mure pro severe tlcknest. The youri; mother The rcaun I do thit 11 to reduce my stotk good, tot will Us sole to sell out my bunni t vividly iememl:rt that it was Chamheilain't Cough Remedy cured her ol croup, and 111 turn the first i.titM.rtullltv cordially invite the ladiet Id call and eiamine administer! It to her own olUprine and alay wlihtrelwjtresi.ltj For tale bj W II Mc Rob-c- my ;ikk) I alto solicit a trrare ot their pitrun-M- . DRUCK, MRS. I age. Irut;?isls, Stanford, Kv. Mnnferd. Ky. Kor a lame back or pain in the tide or chctt try saturating a piece of llannel with Chamberlain's I'.iln Halm and binding it onto the affected parts This treatment will cure any ordinary case in one or two days. I'aiu Halm alio cures n eumatlsm IJ McKoberta, Drug50c bottles for sale by McKINNKV. KV gist, Stanford. m I have bought above mentioned Hotel at Ouarantuod Curo. and have attached a We authorize our advertised druggist tu sellyou Dr. Kind's New Discovery for Consumption, First-Cla- ss Fool Boom. Coughs and Colds, upon thit condition If you are afflicted with a Lough, Cold or any Lung, Have repaired ana 'refurnished the Hotel and Throat or Chest Trouble amlwit! use this remedy am Detter than ever according to directions, giving it a fair trial and expennce no benefit, you inav return the buttle to Accommodate the and have your money retuiideU We could not make this olfer if we did not know that Dr Kings Public. New Discovery could be relied uxni. It never disappoints Trial bottles free at A. K I'enny'n I '.Special attentionjto Commercial Men drugstore Large sue 50c and $1. I W GUEKX. Proprietor. JOE CARSON, Manager A 1 Signed M. I.ACKOWI IV. T I) NKWLAND. W. H. H VS C. IRLDKAfMANN R L.WHITE. MRS I C 1.WIN' Thuking vou Inr y. ur li'.eral tronag fur Ice lati itu.i.n. I ieir tftil v n.uii.i n. uunat; the coiiiiuk ra u. Imleed I ttpevt all 10 ,,,..... um the T C HALL PIUT.R IIALMI.K M A. MARTIN. L IIRCK. 31 AN UFACTUKEI) Kor th.- -e ICE, .!'": 'f"1." Commercial Hotel, The Pqoo3 Valley. The rinett fruit belt of New Mctioi. No fall ureincri.pl under irrigation IfprufH'tly atti'mled to. All fruits grown 111 Ca.iforma can he grown In New Meiko, except oranges and lemons. Land from i j In $ n pr acre 011 10 J ears' tune, at 6 per cent. Call on or ad 're. 1, R. C. MOIU.AN. I) I) S., Stanford. Ky. . rntont I irtt. It It made l.y a home. Iftttltutiou Secutid. the Irr .. .....i....... . chemically pure, beli.g made from tpnug water Jthu'i Is first dittilledanJ then carefully filirred being fr.ueli 1 l.i,d, much lunirer than iKind l. Artilicul Ice "" u ,. rhni.. i. il..--i uunngt....i. ." noth- of ine Vkr aud llig 11 to apt to priHluce or tDread this dueate at impure w 4tcr or Ice. Kiflh, II will be J .7.-;." ::--- Bar and Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- l t your Doors Krry For 100 morning at the following . Prices. Prepared VITAL TO MANHOOD. Kor 50 ror No lest than 10 ,otto,K.ndi.. 10 pounds or our. pounds to 100 poundtidclivered. E. 0c per hundred r hundred. joe per hundred. 45c II It EMEU Lender. Complete in Every ticular. 11 Since itt first introduction. Electric Hitters has Kained rapidly in popular iavur until now It it clearly in Ihu load among pure medical tonics and alteratives containing nothing which permits Its use asa beveragour luloxicaut; it it recogutied at Ihebettand purest medicine for nil ailments of the Stomach, I.mr and Kidneys. Itwillcuie Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and drive Malaria from the system, Satisfactiou guar. auUixl with each bottlo or the money will be refunded, l'rlce only 50 cents per bottle. Sold by A. R. Penny, Druggist. BANK STANFORD, -:- THE JEWELER. - TSLY. alcjiho or lobncoo, Wakef ulnew, Mental KepreMlon My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Has Hoftenlnir of Ilrsln, rau.lng lu.atilty, winery, decay Just re .death, Premature Old Age, iiarroiine.., ljnt ,' I.rrVlimbraciVg''" """ a" 'W'Ml "Ue of ml1 1 ower In either lmpotency, Iucorrhiea and at .iwignniunin., involuntary Hpenua torrhcea cnuel by n of brain, Helf ALL OF THE NOVELTIES nbute. A month's treatinent. II ft for M, by niaU. With each order for boxes, w IU Of the seasn, of which the will have lull . M will ten.l written irujirunti.it.k ruri.n,i 1. ..... .: ., ..... I'UIKIl ..'.. ... control. She also engaged a uuarauteei l.tued by agent. WESTS LIVEU PILU cure Kirk llendiiche. lllllouno, Liver Cotuplnlut SourHtotunch, Dytpepfln nml Oonstiuatluu. Firt-Olas- s Dress-Make- r. UUAltANTEES Issued ouly by In. E P. WEST'S VrilVImi't..;.."v."".' ralgla, Headache, J.ervoui - rro-trntl- ivn ":'.?' Ii.mivk.il.. "f.At caue.l bi "" ITow Millinery. I,oe, n ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Stock Most Complete When When When When her Castor!. she was a Child, sho cried for Cantoris, gho became MUi, she clung to Castorln. she had Children, sho ge ve them Castorla. Dairy was sick, wo gave ' nsurance ARBBE Company JffiSt-- J fr 2v 9 L u -- 3.-. -- . s.Ofc3L s2 &mj:Vm ifM uyVgHitwsesg ac .i.Vl J) T. W. "m,De my ,,ock Millinery buying and leave your order for your before dresses. Ihankiugjou for past favors w solicit tame. A MAIIV DAVIS DUDDERAR. ' JAMES YRAGER. THOMAS VEAGER. YEAGEU & VEAGER. L!,;:?,:l feed and 0 The wiiTian who works, and it tired, will find special help in Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pretcrip lion Perfectly harmless In any condion of the ft male system. It promotes all the natural fund tions and builds up, strengthens, regulates and For woman approaching confinement, cures. delnursing mothers and every weak, woman It is an invigorating, supporting tonicate ic that's peculiarly adapted to their needs Hut it's mure than that, too. It's the only guaranteed remedy for all the functional disturbances, painful disorders and chronic weaknesses of wemanhood. I n"feraale complaints ol every klnil, periodical pains, bearing down sensations, internal inflam miiinn mil kindred aliments, if it ever falls to cure, you have your money back. run-dow- n, (0M; SZlfTW -- m stable Opera Houi first-clai- STANFORD. E.Y. Wo are In our new stable in the lllock and are well supplied with ATRock bottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair Jesso Thompson's Barber Shop, work. One call will convince you There are three ol the best llaibert in the State There are also excellent Hath Rooms run In con that this is the place to trade. nection. Agent lor Lexington Suant Laundry. NEW RIGS AND HORSES Have been nurchsied and nclhlnfjbut urnouts will leave ihj stable. a Give them a. Call. 1 W?- - jV. u