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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893091501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. iilyr i W f Semi Weekly Interior vol. XXI. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. LIBERTY. Journal NO. 57 STAMFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER GRAB ORCHARD. HUSTONVILLE. -- 15. 1893. - S, expert artist, Mr. Hm. Green, Wo had nice rain this week. Jim Allen is building another big Splendid rains have freshened vegThe Williamsburg Academy will assisted by L. B. Minor, are rooming in etation and tho prospects aro for more barn for his tobacco crop. tho NBpior hotel for the present, taking rain. Nature already begins to smile in open its fall term next Monday. Tho colored population Is looking J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. gratitude for this favor, being much forward with much pleasure to GVsar Mr. J. M. Kllison is preparing to photographs. 5U1 1893. Charlie Prescott and family are on more ready to return thanks than weak j Minor's World's Fair Picnic on Friday have a brick walk laid In front of hid a visit to his father's in Taylor county. property. ....v ufcuj I1JUIO uuuuv tuo uaiu and until that day time will hang very Full corpi olConwrvatary and Normal ScWjI djperlor course in Literature, Music and The ladiea of the M. K. Church avo James Shnrp, Miss Dollie Wuipp and times the silver question has produced heavily on the average darkey in this An. KrcJ!nt boarding department Cata'otfiK .m' tlrulart furuUhed on application n supper at tho church last Friday night. other members of J. W. Whipp's family, than about being thankful for the many section. are running the old Napier hotel in his blessings that hourly surround them. Tiiey cleared about i'M. A delightful party was given by A party composed of Hon Phillips. absence. Our College is in tho most flourish- Mrs. Maggie McCormack, Monday night, Mrs. Melissa Adams and Mrs. Sallio ing condition known for several sessions. in honor of her guest, Miss Carrie CarNick Daniel, David Kouner and And; falls fishing this J. Humphrey have returned from Indian- It is increasing daily and all are bravely penter, cf Wichita, Kas. Lawson went to the Most of the week. apolis, highly pleased with their trip battling with text books for an educa- young people from town and surround FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. Sir. and Mrs. L. D. Denham enter- and the grand sights they witnessed. tion, realizing that this alone gives them ing country were there and all report tained a number of their friends Tues- Miss Bertha Klliott went on to Kansas a position in life. Prof. Willis gives a an elegant time. A SCI O )I. AND HOME i'OK GIKLS. day evening. Miss Annie 0'Mar.i haB on a visit to Her three married aistois most interesting and instructive talk J. B. Cook, who Kept house for Dr. Goo-- Kacu ty; superior advan a 's; a beiull'ut ai d halihful location. Special ciurse and special been quite sick, but is much better now. there. each morning, which is calculated to do Brown while that gentleman was in inducements offered to thoe who tie lie to make toarheri. Our mm i to mike cur pupilt thorough Everything is dull around Liberty great good. Ho tells them how to con- Washington, gave a Bupper to quite a The College has be in rxentljf' r filed, i n I ('1Ik Ltbriiy, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, The Jones Lumber Co. will saw out &c, have been added. M. O. THOMSON, Principal. 13 good run now with tho exception of the eternal duct themselves at home, on tho streets, nnmber of our young ladies. this week. They have had a The supanoth- hammering of numeroun carpenters on how to gain tho greatest amount of Inand we hope they will soon ha7e per was gotten up by Mr. Cook and Dr. er tide so they can Ret logs to go to work Bob Pierce's imposing three story hotel. formation from their studies and does Brown's cook, who is also of the mascuagain. The structure is weatherboarded all not forget their morals. Pupils cannot line gender, and it is said reflected much Col. Thomas O'.Mamaud H. K. Koso around hiuI the roof is being put on. fail to be benefited as their teachers are credit on them both. wern in Louisville last week. Judge II. A tasteful belfry surmounts the comer wideawake to their interests, feeling Misses Maltie and Lucy Alcorn left RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. II. Tye left for the Indian Territory and Liberty will soon have a hotel sur- that nothing so elevates a town as the Tuesday to again outer tho Western Fe Three Colleges) ; Three Training Schools Fifteen denartments of ttudv. Healthful location tr Monday night. Miss Theo Hill Bpent passed by none in Central Kentucky. right kind of a school. Several pupils male Seminary at'Oxford.O. Miss Mary tne neauoi tue uiue urass xegion Gymnasium and Athletic crounds. Moderate ejctense ICO to fJW. Attendance last session C33 from thirty States and from Friday until Monday in London A slight breeze wastlrred up about from adjoining towns aro preparing to Luak will leave for the World's Fair this Iind catalogue apply to . II. HI.A.NTOX, V. V., Chancellor, countries. For full informatior Richmond, Kentucky. visiting Miss Nettie Smith. meeting time on last Sunday between enter this school. week. Sho joins a party at IndianapoV. JJ. Bowman returned from Chi Mrs. Wm. Dudderar of Lexington, lis. FelixTwidwell has returned from tho descendants of Africa's sunny clime. cago Tuesday night. Wm. Porkins and John Williams was somewhat under the ia with Dr. Doores' family. Mrs. John A. Latonla. Sam Lusk has gone to Lexing Dr. P. A. Pennington are at the World' influence of prohibition juice. A little Haldeman and little children, of Louis- ton to attend college. Mr. and Mrs. D. Fair. Mr. J. 11. Cook was here from Mt. nigger by tho name of Will Betsy, en- ville, are at Mr. John Buchanan's. Mrs. S. Carpenter are attending the Somerset Vernon. He Is a candidate for the Statu couraged by DANVILLE, KY. others, throw stones at Jane HigginB, of Kirkaville, and grand- Fair. Mrs. Hose Dryo Swope, of Owen Senate. Several of our citizens are atWilliams, which aroused his anger to son, Frank Higgins, of Paint Lick, and county, is visiting her parents, Mr. and The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. tending the Senatorial convention at Mt. such a pitch that ho made an infantry Mrs. Hibbons, of Kansas City,Mo., Mrs. S. G. Drye. With a full course of study, both English and Classical. While the course ot instruction is Vornon. Mr. Drummond, an attorney adapted to prepare young men for the Freshman Class, It is intended at the same time to charge on tho little darkey and his Impe- were gnests of Mrs. Margaret Gorinley Jako Hummelstein, the Jew who a liberal Knglish education to any who desire it. In connection with tho Academy, of Knoxvllle, was here Wednesday tus was such that ho couldn't stop until this week. Mrs. Kohler nnd pretty lit. recently "set up shop" here nnd filled Judge J. W. Alcorn is with us. A he and his oppouent went through a tlo Louise, of Garrard, were also with it with "sheep clodings," is the buit of a This is tho last week of court and Mrs. Gorinley. Mrs. 0. L. DuvnII, of good many jokes gotten off by the boys. Has been established in the Home and under the personal contiol ef the Principal. Regular study heavy window in Humphmoat of It will be spent trylngcivil cases. and the restraints and goternmeat of hurs under the rey's drug store, smashing sash, lights Augusta, Ga , alter a pleasant visit to Tho other night as ho was sweetly a Christian home supemsionof the Principal and assistantsadv art combined with the best educational intakes. In the case of the Commonwealth vs and all. John paid to Humphrey tho Lookout Mountain, Cincinnati, and dreaming a rock or so fell with some For further particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc., address McGraw the jury returned a verdict of cost price of the damage, but tho State Springfield, Ohio, has joined her moth force against his room door and the genJAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. not guilty and also same verdict in the of Kentucky, so far, has not become the er, Mrs. S. E. Owens, at her uncle's, Mr. tleman from Jerusalem thought his end case of same vs. Thomas Adkins for makS. A. Middleton's. After a short stay had certainly come. The poor fellow ing out and presenting false claims to least otlended at the disorder. had been told that Hustonuille was a Ben Huberts was tried in 1SS7 in they will return homo by way of Glasthe court for allowance. Mr. Adkins gow and the Mammoth Cave. Mrs very dangerous place nnd he was almost and assisted ttiu his place and sent to tho penitentiary was an attorney here Angie 0. Philips, of Cedartown, Ga., is scared to death, in fact the next mornclerk, who had just taken possession of (or life for tho murder of Baker. Some boarding at W. T. Stephenson's. She ing he declared that ho would not spend years afterward it was learned In this the ollico at the January term, and not section that ho had been adjudged a lu- has been visiting in Springfield, Mo., another night in the town for the little being accustomed to the work gave it up Arkansas and Texas and will remain city and had he not been informed that almost to Mr. Adkins. A (tor court State natic and sent to the State asylum. He here a short time to drink tho waterc it was merely a joke he would have unInspector Gardner came here and found returned here a few days ago and it is Some of our pension agents who doubtedly sought a more congenial many mistakes and after investigating supposed he escaped from the asylum. have succeeded so admirably in securthe matter he procured atlldavlts and Having made threats against several per- ing heavy pensions for tho poor negro clime. sons' lives, including his brother, Huhad arrests made. We hope there was soldiers should post their subjects about MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. no intentional wrong, but it will ba a berts was considered a dangerous man tho battles fought during tho civil war. Mrs. Carrie Graves, Livingston, lesson to our otllcurs and make them to be running at largo and the authoriIt is quite amusing to hear a big burly was the guest of Mrs. M. J.ofMiller Wedties having no statutes that could be Full stock Emerson's Men's Shoes, more careful in the future. found to govern tho case, Judge Myers negro tell of what a hard time he had at nesday. Striblcy's Ladies' Shoes and Stevens' LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. and Deputy Sheritr A. P. Youug started the battle of "Germantown;" how he Diphtheria is prevailing in Bred-heaChildren's Shoes, now open. had his coat tilled full of holes and Christie Perkins, a son of The Laurel Seminary has LS2 schol- with him on Tuesday to deliver him to ho "lit" for the Tnion. Many a SEVERANCE & SON. penitentiary oilicials at Frankfort. Perkins, died Monday. ar enrolled. poor white man that wo could mention Republican Senatorial ConvenThe Someone poisoned Jailer Dan is taxed to such an extent that his chilR0WLAN0. tion, held here Wednesday, was largely bull dog last w eek. dren want the necessities of life that Wm. H. Williams and Col. Andrew The voters of this city want to hear some negro woman about 23 years old, attended from the various counties in the Johnson left Monday night for the Cher- Pete Hampton and Bill Dawson on the with a house full of children and difler-ou- t district. Mrs. Telitha Groan am, of Lancaster, okee strip. silver question before they decide how fathers for each, may be allowed a is visiting friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Chris P. Pearl left Sunday night for to vote In tho jailer's race. pay from the government, each child W.M.Weber nnd Miss Gertrude have Louisville to attend Bryant & S'tratton's Phil Soden was in town Sunday drawing pay for the man who lost his have been in Chattanooga on a visit. business college. Mies Sallie Dudderar is in Louisville. toe, mashed his finger or got a scratch Among tho delegates attending the II. Dycho was noiuluated for the W. E. Pope and A. J. H. Haines, of Iouia-yill- during tho war. How much longer a republican convention we noticed Hon. Senate in this republicon district on the were here Wednesday. this fraudulent pension business going D. G. Colson, of Bell, Hon. F. H. Baugh, 150th ballot at Mt. Vernon Wednesday We aroglad to note that money is on" How much better that the white Judge W. L. Brown, Sheriff Moran and night. easier and tho vuults of the banks have man be taxed to help support the thou- Messrs. Neal and Boreing, of Laurel, Tho Baptist church wjll be compleWe can now borrow sands of his own race that hardly have Hon. Frank Fiuley, of Whitley, and been opened. ted this week, except the seats, and it money it wo will deposit a gold elephant enough to keep life in them. The white Messrs. May, Linville, Davidson, Shepill be as haudsome as can ho found man is now acting in the rapacity of ne- herd and Hale, of as security. Pulaski. anywhere. gro slaves, working hard to help tho neThe refreshing showers, although too Mr. A. Pennington, general merMiss Lotta lirown, daughter of Hob-elate to help the corn, will benefit the gro live in euse, have his upright piano, chant at this place, assigned Wednesday Urown, and Mr. James Leak were fall graw and improve the entile. It is his line surrey and span and look down morning to F. L. Thompson. No statemarried Sunday at the residence of the believed that the cattle, wheat and mule upon his own color and upon tho poor ment of assets nnd liabilities has yet bride's father. colts will command better prices in a whites who work to keep him iu luxury. been made It is understood that some Mr. Swiig, a Swiss, was badly bitlew da) s. The Lincoln County Teachers Association of the creditors were pushing, caused by ten in about u dozen placet by it dog on A curious freak of nattiro can be the step takeu by Mr. Pennington. Monday. The dog was his own and it is seeuon the Shelton hotel premises. An Will meet iu tho court house at one regrets this trouble to so excel-lati- t not thought that ho had hydrophobia. ordinary post, which was set in the Stanford on Out. 14th. The following is a man aud citizen and hope he will Itoyd and II. C. Thompson Judge it. ground some years ago, is supporting a tho report of the committed on pro- soon be on his feet again. and wife left on Monday night for the crop of green leaves unlike the foliage grammeA republican convention assembled World's Fair. Alex Foster and VA Bry- of any 1. Opening exercises. tree in this country, while the hero Wednesday in persuanco to a call ant aru attending a medical college in post is cedar. 'J. Welcome address by Prof. C. U. of district committee to name a candi.FOR Louisville. Holmes. Jas. II. McPherson, one of the date to represent tho l?th senatorial disfeThere aro nine cases of typhoid H. Longitude and Time by Prof. M. J. students at Cherry Grove Academy, ro trict composed af tho counties of Bell, ver in Loudon and vicinity. All are do- ceived a present for bpelling fit) test Brough. Jackson, Knox, Laurel, Pulaski, Rock ing well except tho little child of Mr. words. W. 11. i. Music by Association. Dudderar fell 'from a ladcastle and Whitley. In absence of dis s George Andes, which is in a very 5. Declamation by Jacob Klder. der ami received n painful but not seritrict chairman, Mr. George Chambers, of condition. (1. Primary Heading by Miss Lydia Whitley county, ous injury. W. O. Barnett, of Jellico, called tho convention Homer Campbell, who lives just was here this week. Judge Frank Cordier Lewis. to order, whereupon Hon. K. D. Hill one in north of town, discovered some 7. Hecitation by Miss West. hits recovered after a short illness. Ross was selected as temporary chairman and his.chickens Tues lay night and tired oil Hiatt has moved to 8. School Diciplino by Association. towu. Martin H. P. Brown, of London, temporary the party. Next morning he found a Kearns has been Si. Music by Association. to Louisville. He resecretary. Tho chair then appointed hat with a bullet hclo through it. 10. Oration by Garland Singletou. turned in good flesh. Mr. L. P. Gray, the following committees, viz: On per U. M. Jackson's trotting stallion, of Livingston, was here Sunday to see a 11. Selection by Miss Kate Blain. manent organization, credentials and Kaudall, won tho trotting race at tho Tho following aro the names of the resolutions. Tho committee fair damsel. Miss Josio Smithlap, of on organi Fair Tuesday. This horso won Somerset Lancaster, Ind., who has been visiting teachers who aro enrolled as members of zation retained Hill and Brown in their the largest stakes at both tho London tho Misses Selglo, has returned homo. tho above association: Prof. W. F. respective places. It was then the pleas and Williamsburg Fairs this year. Miss West, II. S. Young, Jacob Mr. Frank Parsons went lo the mounure of the convention to hear nomina Marriage license have been issued tains Sunday. Miss Hattio House, of Klder, T. J. Cress, Mrs. Creiger, Mrs. tions, whereupon Cnpt. A. H. F.vans since Sept. 7 to Andrew Cornelius and Gilbert's Crook, Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. Adand Miss Emma Sutton, Hendricks, Miss Kate Blain, Miss Lydia named J. R. Cook, of Rockcastle. Hon. Susan Ball; Mat. Gilbert and Jessie Mc of R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. dress. Lewis, Miss Georsio Lewis, Wm. Bastin, H. F. Fiuley, in a Lancaster, are visiting Mrs. Taylor few well chosen words Iliuham; Wm. Hunt and Mary Jarvis; Hoberts. Mack Walls, M. D. Hughes, Wm. Col- nominated John M. Tinsley; Mr. James J. M. Calahau and Margaret K. Fondron; Your correspondent stated some time lier, Peter Shutts, Win. Dunavan, C. M. Smith, in a category of sympathetic apJ. 0. Hood and Kutha Taylor; Jell ago that Rowland was not dead and in Young, Miss Mary Kay, Geo. Curtis, J. peals, named Mr. Alfred R. Dyche, of l Cheek and Polly J. HoHkins. proof of the statement he notes that an- M. Acton, Miss Kato Cook, N. W. the Echo, as a republican editor who had was unanimously George W. Baker l other engine has been placed in tho Hughes, G. Singleton. 4 ibored incesantly and driven the mid nominated the democratic candidate for yards und it is bolioyed It is the president's earnest request night quill to elevate republicanism (' that iu a the legislature to represent Laurel and Finest Trains in the South." l it will again be tho terminus for that every member whose named is here above the dark abyss of democracy and Kockcaatle, at the convention Monday. (' locals with a strong probability of a re- enrolled will bo present at the noxt placed it safely upon tho hill tops of the Through Cars hiChtcago withoiat change.from Mr. Benj. Johnson was declared tho turn of tho ontiro force was taken meeting and take a part not only in the g. o. p., where it will forever remain if New Orleans, Mericlitn. Birmingham, Chatthat nominee of the republican party Monduy away. Another proof of the life of , Atlanta. Macon, tanooga, Jacksonville, tho discussions, but in defraying tho expen- tho convention will proceed to make him l superintendent. Asheville, N. C . Knoxville. Tenn.. Lexington for county school ses of tho association. town is that notwithstanding we have its senator. Hon. John S. May, of Puand Georgetown, Ky Choice of routes via alH. S. Young, President; Miss Georgie s Cincinnati or via Louisville I' Hon. W. M. Smith, of Mayfleld, has four stores, three inoro will soon bo in Lewis, Vice President; T. J. Cress, Sec'y laski, was uext named by lowed on all World's Fair tickets, at Chattaoperation. Isaac Hamilton and boo, T. I' Paul, of Somerset. Tho house having agreed to act as Assistant District Attornooga, Louisville, Indianapolis or Cincinnati. W., will soon open a full stock of ceuer- - and Treasurer: W. It. McClary, Assist- - dispensed with all conventionalities, (' For further information as to Rates, Car ney until tho expiration of Mr. Jolly's Sec'yal merchandise; II, J. Darst is moving a ant Service, Sleeping Car Reservations, etc., cart proceeded to balloting aud upon the 153d term, wheu ho will bo appointed Disl on or address any agent of the Queen & P. S. Hope every live teacher will be largo building down on Main street and ballot A. R. Dycho was selected as its Crescent Route or E. T. V. & G. Ry. (' trict Attorney. will fill it with goods and Mr. Hollie there and join the county association. D. G. Edwards, G. P.A., Cincinnati, O. nominee. W. B. Shaw, Jr., chief of the I' T. J. 0. (' division of the pension bureau, Carrier will open a restaurant whore Since 1S07 there have been exportnow is after it has been pensioners sus the Tho Orphans Brigade will meet in j says that of tho moved one door further up Main. This Versailles on tho 27tti nnd 28th. The ed from Cape Colony 50,000,000 carats of win uo rein pended over shows that enterprise is still the watch- railroads will sell tickets at one faro for diamonds, approaching a total value of stated under Secretary Smith's now nil word of 1350,000,000. our peoplo. tho round-triiug. An Stanford Female College Fall Session Tuesday, September th:r. HllMSTXAM COMJGGE, Hustonville, K7. l CENTRAL university Centre College Academy. espe-dail- y fur-ni- sh Home Boarding and Training Department plate-glas- s how-har- d Mrs-Mami- e Lov-oll- 's e, rt Kv-er- y Your account is due the 1st day of each month. M'KINNEY BROS. Candies, Lunches, Fruits, &c, 5)11 fori-ou- Fancy Groceries,Bread, Cakes, Pies CALLONR.ZIMMER THE BAKER. Mc-Cla- ry, A Good Meal for 25 Cts. ( Queen & Crescent Route Stop-over- few-day- s ( Ex-Sena- tor ( ( ( - t post-oilic- o two-tutui- s t THROUGH CARS TO CHICAGO. p. vw 3 rt ha j it I I IThe long and bitter contest for the Firo at Soencer., Mass destroyed Bix Louisville mayoralty nomination was acres of buildings. The loss is estimated ended Tuesday in a sweeping victory for at $250,000. Tip Tyler, the present incumbent, who One of the most remarkable races on Stanford, Ky., Seitemiiek 15, 1893 beat Jacob by 12,200 majority. record was nutshell Wednesday morning It was the first time the gentleman of when, alter a contest covering 120 miles, the yellow rose had ever known defeat, the Prince of Wales' yacht Britannia tie W. P. WALTON. and ho and his henchmen aru both sur- feated tho American yacht Navahoe by prised and chagrined. There was a great O j onMAtiila I ui , .....,.,. .,.1... 1..... ..!.. is 11 . . I 1. t i ..ll Tl..i . deal of disorder during the primary, a iiniki: u yciicmuy un The Atlantic express train from 1"11 ,l rili11 lo any Business nouse in incse ury nnu uuu nine's uic.iua derstood that the number of fights and several arrests re- Chicago, over the Lake Shore road wbb sulting. Mr. Jacob is an exceedingly held up at Kessler, Ind., by highwayJFttTJD mild mannered man and very popular, men, at night, who shot the engineer but the fact that he once ran against a and broke into tho express car, securDEMOCRATIC TICKET. democratic nominee and the further fact ing $19,10 UK). that the people wanted to endorse the For Representative, At Glenwood, Ind., Mrs. Wm. Cook Of customers daily visiting our Iarc establishment know where they can get Bargains, and this readily splendid administration of Mayor Tyler gavo birth to a boy. She is HARVEY HELM. accounts for were too much for bim. Judge K. II. 08 years old and her husband 72. They Thompson was renominated for county have named the baby Grover Cleveland For Superintendent of Public Soiooli, judge by 3,000 majority and J. J. Wei-se- Cook and the little one baa brothers who McCLARY. W. for prosecuting attorney by WOO. Sel are grandfathers. Miller was badly snowed under for city There is much Buffering and clerk by Frank McCorkhill. Thomas II. among the thousands of men Barney iligtfns, the That Hayes and Rozel Weisenger were nomi- standing in line waiting to register on Somerset, deserved death for the . D. Bris nssault on Misa Wood, which nated for the State Senate. the border of iho Cherokee Strip. Sevone will de- coe was selected to represent the county eral deaths have occurred nnd many left hcra raving maniac, no With new goods arriving by almost every train, having been bought at the lowest figures in large ny, though some aticklera for the letter in the Legislature and John 31. Letterle, other patient waiters have been prostraof the law may claim that it and not her A. J. Carroll, Albert Charleton, H. H. ted. quantities to supply our several Mammoth Stores in different parts of the country, we are ready, able, Tho committeein the 20th Senatori- willing.and waiting to introduce Bargains even more "gigantic in their stupendousness and magnitude" brother should have been his slayer. If Gocke, Wm. Krieger, W. O. Head and W. E. Thompson the city. With the al district declared Gen. Gross the demo the law could always be depended upon than those we have been giving you. The public is now just about as familiar with the song in our to punish such crimes and not be used contest relegated to the past, it is bard cratic nominee after canvassing tho re- praise as they are with as in Higgins case to prevent or delay to imagine what the city papers will do turns and finding his majority 111 over punishment, we should emphatically for a topic now. But. that is not bo im Richardson, who filed notice of contest, agree with the latter class. But unfor- portant as the certainty that we shall get which will be heard Wednesday next at tunately the written law cannot always a rest for awhile from local politics, Cloverport. Secretary Gresham has informed be relied on and the unwritten must in which is always dirty and disagreeable. the new Chinese Minister that the Pres-- 1 take iU place. Just as such instances Gov. McKinlky is a great man. What ident has decided that the exclusion law HigginB was congratulating himself an a he doesn't know is not worth knowing. will not be enforced pending further acThe magnificent piece of music that every body now sings and whistles from early morn till dewy eve; so continuance and another chance to All boards of trade and others who tion by Congreea, and that the order for thwart the justice that he feared, L. D. havethe get a move on yourself and come to see as, and we'll send you home happy. Thanking each and every studied tho financial depression, the deportation of the Chinese from the Wood, outraged and defied at further one for favors in the dim past, we arc yours, respectfully, attribute it to the legislation of the re Pacific coast has been suspended. delay, sent a ball into the lecherous body publican party. Not so with this oracle of the destroyer of his sister a reason John B. Thompson, of Harrodsbury, of sweetness and light. He opened his will receive $4,000 refunded by order of and it did the deadly work intended. campaign at Akron Tuesday for Tbis occurred at the last term of the the Secretary of the Treasury, Carlisle, as governor of Ohio, and devoted Wood was which Mr. Thompson paid rb rev- Danville circuit court and A. URBANSKV, mainly to showing that the an error of a appear at t,he present term in his speech held to enue tax through fear that his taritTbill would be repealed gauger. The matter has been pending bonds of $15,000. His trial was set for was the cause of all the monetary troubTuesday, but Gov. Brown anticipating a J. B. Adams sold to J. C. Johnson before tho Internal Revenue Bureau les through which we, let us hope, have -- : 22 shoata averaging 83 J lbs. and J. S. Boe-le-y for more than a year, verdict of acquittal, ended the case so United States by a doc- almost passed. Gov. McKinley has said wuighing 77 lbs. at far as the courts are concerned sold to same 18 The fire loea in the horse is 17 feet high and inthat Rki'Kkkncks. W. A. Slayma and Canada for August was $13,222,700, 4) cents. ument which concludes with these tends the to stick to it. Verily there is none ker, A. G. Huffman, J. C.!cCIa nearly 50 per cent, greater than iu the words: ''I believe that every father, The Winchester Democrat reports bo blind as those who will not see. ry, J. W. l'erin, J. W. Wallace, corresponding month of 1S91 ami 30 sales of 50 cattle, 1,323 pounds average, brother, son and daughter in the Comhogs at 5. Durper cent, greater than in August, 1S92. at 3j; lot of monwealth will Bay that Higgins deJohn Ncwland, J. N. Menefcc, K. It is said that Lexington is going to served death, and I now pardon the turn out en masse with a brass band or A recent estimate shows that American ing the past week W. B. Kidd has shipXi. Waller, Wm. Rice, W. C. Abbrother of the outraged girl for having two playing Lo, the Conquering Hero cities have at least four times as many ped over 35,000 worth of cattle from bey, T. H. Meals, B. K. Wcarcn, slain him." The ladies of Somerset and Comes !" to meet Cot. Breckinridge on fires and four times as much destruction this and Montgomery counties. Thia W. G. Raney. A.J. Harp. Danville took great interest in the case his return next week, after which an of property as those in Europe. much money among the farmers will and it was mainly through their efforts ovation will be tendered him. A fellow help to pay a good many debt. F.very one guaranteed. Special MIDDLEBURG. that the petition for pardon was signed feeling makes us wondrous kind and Parrish A Douglasa weighed to J. W. inducements now offered. by so large a number of influential and there are a great many people in FayMr. Major D. Toombs and family, of Bales on Monday 112 cattle. They aver law abiding citizens. ette who know how to sympathize with Lincoln county, were visiting relatives aged 1,017 and the price was 41c. This H. WEAREN pulls Mr. Bales leg for fvS.Hl 01. Covin this vicinity Saturday and Sunday. CO. Taking the vote in the last presiden- the Congressman. Teachere Association will hold ington, Arnold ifc Bro. have bought and The tial election as a correct expression of Hon. A. J. Cahkoll was renominated its first session at Dunnvllle, Saturday. shipped 25,000 bushels of wheat. The the parties, the ISth Senatorial district for the Legislature by his district in Several teachers from this vicinity will nrii! naid avernued only 471c. That is is uncomfortably close. The vote was as Louisville without opposition and he be in attendance. death to the wheat grower. Richmond follows: will be elected in the same way, a com There was a new arrival at the Climax. Harrison. Cleveland. pliment fully deserved. He is a d n house of U. S. Tapscot on the 1st inst. 1249 1144 Boyle The Queen & Crescent and Louisville newspaper man, as Jim Richardson, of Daddy and mammy both doing well, bo 1223 1039 Casey rate Southern will make a round-triI want to reduce my large stock of Glasgow, would Bay, but the boys are go- isjgrandpap Miller. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, 1120 1155 Garrard of 11 faro to New Orleans on account of and offer them at prices never so low. ing to elect him Speaker of the next 1175 1473 Call and examine the stock. Lincoln church the meeting of the colored Knights of The meeting at the Christian House aa sure as shot. have been no Pythias Supreme Lodge, Sept. continues, though there Ladies' watches former price $50 now $.o 00; 4C97 4SS7 Total Rev. Tickets on sale 1M to 27 on certificate visible results up to thU writing. 190 Majority Ladies watches former price $35 now ,S27.oo; L. Amks, the Boston Frederick devine of Somerset, plan. Solid vestibuled trains run to At the same election Boyle gave the Ladies' watches former price $2$ now J5 17.50. has gone the way of all llesh. Harding, a very able prohibition ticket 52 and the populist He was found dead in his stateroom on U aasisting the pastor, Rev. J. G. Mont- New Orleans from Cincinnati in 20j The meeting will continue hours. It is 91 miles the shortest line. Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives anil forks all at the 48, Casey 77 and 20, Garrard 47 and 10 a steamer and he no doubt realizes by gomery. anil Lincoln 195 and 42; total 491 votes. this time that as much money as he had through this week. These roads have been named as the : : Wm. Wheat has tnkpn charge of his official route of the I O. O. F. for the It is not very likely that either of the while here, there are "no pockets in a two last named parties will have candi shroud" for him to take any with him. brother's store here. Bill is not as much Sjuth, on account of their train dates, and if they do not the larger pait at home behind the counter as between servic, elegant equipment and quick This sale will be made for CASH. Hring the money along with you. of their vote will go to the democratic The top o' the morning to you, Sena- the plow handles ou his father's farm, time and they will sell tickets cheap to ticket, but we can absolutely count on tor Dyche. We hope some good dem though it is thought that he will get tho I. O O. F. demonstration in Chicaonly 190 majority on a full vote, provid- ocrat will beat the life out of you, but there as he grows older and handsomer. go, Sept. 23 30. Ask agent for rates. II. H. KINO. OKOKGK II. I'KKWITT. The republican party is all torn up Choice of routes via Cincinnati or Louis ed there is no disaffection in our ranks. your party did itself proud iu recognizreover the conduct of James Branson, who ville. W. O. Rinearaon, general passenwill thus be seen that whoever the ing your services and if a It democrats nominate he will not be car- publican is to be elected, we are mighty has lately shown that he was not the ger agent, Cincinnati. man to hold down the office of sheriff aa ried to the skies on downy beds of ease, glad it is to be you. MORELAND, KY., but will have to sail through bloody it should be. A very prominent mem NEWSY NOTES. DR. W. B. We have opened up a nice line ol fleas if he would win the prize. In other her of the d. o. p. was heard to say that words the nomination is not equivalent The cholera is carrying off the Rus the whole thing wasn't worth a continento an election and the candidate will sians by the thousands daily. tal and from the ihape matters have Office South side Mam street, id office tccea have to get a ery large move on himself lately assumed it seems that he was Beatty ville voted to go dry hereafter cited by lit. 1.. r. Ilutlraan, bUnloid, Kj. ia not and the party present a solid front to ita at the local option election Wednesday. about right. The sheriff muss We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get ancient enemy, the still hunter if he Keeley graduates are holding a na- the only ripple that iB disturbing the rethe most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, It is ship in this cobnty. would win. tional convention in Chicago this week. publican which enables us to make very low prices. Salt 7 bu. Si. 50. A blanket mortgage for SS9,000,000 hinted that there are things brewing Judge Sacflky has "dumb" at one Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you with those that be that will cause the A adininlitutciri ol Samuel Englcmaii, deed , step to the top rung of the ladder of is to be iesued on the Southern Pacific unci belt bidder at old party, like a dy bucket, to fall to we will tell to the hlchtftl Hut. hie on the l.ancm-te-1. r money. mile from Kncleinan'i fame. His instructions to the grand ju- railroad. Wc are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. pike, on Yellow fever has broken out afresh staves, ere many moons waxiand nanu. ry at Danville that progressive euchre We have yearling Southdown Ihicks and iS Huck Lambs, all in Brunswick, Ga., and two deaths have , miirf M . for prizes is one of the worst forms of A , v FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. thoroughbred, for sale. occurred. gambling and that no mam or woman property b longing to the following Sam H. Hart has been appointed . The Georgetown Timea reports sale thwdecd, t deicrlLed I ue nuu ImHI cupi(;eu !m At. .. game uiusi 1. iu me iia (10 fat hogs at G cents. work mare, 6 year old, lirown work golyean apared from innictment because of their '.Pinaster at Perryyille vice Miss Polk of year 0I1I bay gelding, old, mar.' 5 .,.., O. J. Crow eold to Johnton of Uoyle, extra gnod worker, nice 4 laddie hone, 4 years good i.;i;.. i i..c iraicii nil in . tiiin removed. iLUULLiaiiiiiLi " iinn i.i,uid.i ., m . .. mine t jrearl ng old, a 3 year old geldings broke to ride, orui unina neraiu oi Aug. 12 a bunch of fat cattle at 3u. Judge was simply following a precedent, saddle colt, a fine milk cnwi with young calves, mules yearling jerwy heifer. says 10,000 lives were lost by the recent For Sale. Ten extra good jennet anu but his action has been telegraphed all 18 OVER THE , jennet coh, sow and pigs, 5 a car old mules. C. A. Redd, Sr., Crab Orchard. over the country and editorial comments floods in China. FAUM1NU IM I'liJOM 10 NTS. oc Taylor, the notorious T. I). Chestnut eold to Richard Wise are being made in every paper. Even Tlje sale to begin at o 30, owes at $2. Advocate. Terms: Sum under $10 cash, over that amount the patent outside makers have got hold covnty, Va. murderer, Iibb been Bentenc Hackley 40 of credit of 3 month, nots with good Kccurity pay For Sale Fine seed rye; f it and arc giving the judge further ed to hang Oct. 27. able .11 me rarrers ii.nik ,v rust uo (J, K. KX(.I,I!MAN, Misa Lily Mahan has been nomina- old corn; ditto nice bright salted clover 55.Hl notoriety. The ladies of Danville are II W U1VKNS. ted by the democrats of Lee county for Ihay. M. J. llama, uran urcnaru. AilmM hot under their pretty collars and are Two hundred barrels of tins year's giving him "Hail Columbia." Mean- school superintendent. Steele Killogg.of Louisville, commit- corn was Bold iu Frankfort tho other while, who among us is not guilty, but ted suicide in Washington, because he day at 52.25 guilty or not, let noue of us escapo. DSES. failed to pasa the examination at tke naRemember Mrs. Singleton's large o I ft ftCX ""'Hi ' l"'ir inline lirt rtr i un ;!,(., inn .in1, tins va I Thkhk was a good deal baid iu the val academy. salo near Crab Orcherd, which occurs to- . r,;m UiVJU t itl Mine' I). us Hint lre lali'.t, nio.t m. miCmI HiFtiuiurtinil n d iurkliiK iHur One of the cabinet ladies ays that morrow, 10th. convention hero Monday against a canM piece', ( li'iiiiUMMit'i.tMiKtMrifiiHuiniiiii-f n..r inUiMliiii! f'Hirlitriai run iHiitiaits. vlai his string didate for the Senate wearing any man's the new baby in the Cleveland family, ila Sandidue took Pailerowskl Q (wirmejiattt.UiupiiiinliitaiHer. lliHun-- i it minimi. Aileiln I'nttl. hiiiI 31 rs. collar for U. S. Senator. So far a? the the little sister of Ruth, ia to bo chris- horses t Somerset this week. Ho nlso ; A lliui. linucivflUll. Ihu pupiilnr tj'aiily. Hays' stallion, lrsTAl, nil orileratu NI'.W Interior Journal is concerned it does tened Naomi. carried Beazley Bros. HulIdlnK, Y. g Hi. ill), llroadwuv Tlio.it ro lJltK Tho bank robbers killed at Delta, Silver Tip. not wish tho candidate to be tied to any HC&0&&&Q&0&&& particular man, but it does want him to Col., have been identified as Tom ami The Spirit of the Times Stakes, worth FROM AjHiaxB DvuHHGs be at least friendly to Gov. McCreary's Fred McCarthy. The escaped robber is SI 1,000, waa won at Washington Park, LOUISVILLE OR CINCINNATI. S &UtKU ntuiN aspirations and not poEsessed with the Billy McCarthy. f)INNIA?CU) Chicago, by the sensational son of ElecDOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE IstrjuT A sensational stery cornea from Pitta-bur- tioneer, Arion. aolo desire to gratify a personal spite. It NCiuaist therefore reserves the right not only to that a pension attorney has been Smith Iianghman haa bought a num3tM(lll .AOOOTJPOBD Pullman Vcitlbolc Slttping and Buffet Parlor Cri, refuse to support such a candidate, but engaged in inciting the assassination of ber ef extra mule colta at an average of iSIIVlta POINT Only Route Through the Indiana to absolutely oppose him. President Cleveland and Hoke Smith. $17. He paid S. M. Owens $07.50 for an nasrtA J. H. Holloway waa nominated for unusually fine one. Natural Gas Belt. Owing to the peisistence of Congress, Senator in the districtcomposedof OsmrotN Thompson sold to Mosea A. S. Clark, .si..- - .fS THROUGH TICKETS man Caruth, the president appointed B. Bourbon and Montgomery and T. VU THtlt IIMS AND TMIIR COKNICllOhS CAN 'irui V"" ItCl'MJ) MM II. Kahn S5 1,500 cattle at 4c immediate deat thi poincipal TicutT orncit C K. Alford surveyor of the port of Louis Sk AMHCriVnrtRiTUCM Hanks was nominated for representative livery and 31 to be taken Oct. at same SOUTHtflN KAIlA. Sv roniMoer.tficft uoAiima ville against his better judgment. Real- in Anderson. For peciAi information in rigard price. Paris Kentuckian. V TMFlritJT fCflliORtSCDfJ in Ay txsmio ttTAiis coscifiMNO this to rami ly of tho some 10 or 50 applicants AlGazette says that Representative McCreary haa been SERVICE, FiiAtc Tho Lexington in pirson ok ur um c bimiuil UlLGRAM TO UTHCHOF tne(CUOlNCll unmn ford was the least deserving of the lot, invited to address the House Committee James Dedman Hold $1,090 worth of Irish gIasCPond '( tuunu - I1SHTIU!. TINI. J;?Vllrn- i"1'"! f AI" He ia a mugwump and a crank and is on Banking and currency, upon kis bill potatoes from Hi acres of land and haa cruaGO . Ill "(TV, ' Iff tillft f t,u'' Vt, filU UIUGTOI. IT Gent pojiTrCt Afil. SAy'e 1. kill RS0.1, Djlnrt Pss r krtH, - 10DISTIUJL XT of the victors to whom the providing for the appointment of a mon 100 bushels on hand, equal to 110 an VIAIK not one .Va VS. "0 V 'tr... W WXDWNQmEUUNra Ik CU XOO&T, iniilut GtB.ri! hu'r If V spoils belong. w 1. 1 ar. fi&nh iti Vui Eu, CISCiniH.O. (nicMO etary commission. acre. oemi-Weekly Interior Journal - w ex-Ma- 60ES WITIODT SAYING .- 6 OR 8 PAGES. EVERY JSr. d F. n dissat-jafactio- n out-rageo- "The jMilk id the Goeoanat." I AFTER THE BALL THE LOUISVILLE :' STORE. Proprietor. VAPOR STOVES. 240-poun- J d mm W. & Great Clearance Sale. p 25-3- 0. SAME SWEEPING -- first-cla- REDUCTION. ss A.. IR,. JPJE2sT2TlZ-- . dog-on-e- d KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, PENNY Dentist. Dry Clothing doois, onoes, nais, urocenes, Hardware, Administrator's Salo I 1 mmm rumiv to-i- sfvn'i wi 1 1 V n.-M.-A- .l ,.. .a. . - I 1 1 KnTCjft PREWITT. 1 . I ii. 1 The World's Fair Ronte from the Sonth nice2-year-ol- d 1 1 car-loa- d 1 Pennsylvania short lines IW t -t ! ecepjc&toccv33C9aKa 3E3 3E5 1 1 r-- I J J, O . t Ail-- - g Drop OS A 1 Us" CC 1 FIRST-CLAS- S W Air-t- I ,nir Hrs ', I I "vv &!tk. - 'S-- fj 3-Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal LAUNDERING Work That IUialroe CURTAINS. Inconvenience of Knowleilge. Stamford, Ky., Beitemhei. 15,1893 W. P. WALTON. THE : WORLD'S AND AMERICAN : FAIR, i RAILWAYS. the road running the "1'iueat Train in the South, South it In the field to carrr everybody from the of the t the World's Klr 11 Chicago. No pert Southern"eountry It left uncared for by thii great railway and ill connection!. The Through Car System U an admirable imposition ol the wonder-lKrom capabilities of American railroading New Orleins Through Sleeping Cara run daily, morning and evening, carrying iti passengers by "Cincinnati or Louisville, as they may silect. Krom Shreveport, Vlckeburg and Jacl.son another Through Slcwplng Car Line conies to Join and become a part of the magnificeut Veetibuled Through Traini, which, patilng thiough and the famoua Willi Valley of Alabama, ii Joined at Chattanuoga by the train from Jack, onvllle, Kla , llruntwlek and Atlanta, (Ja., over the K.T. .V. A G H'r, and proceed! north over the l.eaullful Cincinnati Southern, through the gtandeat natural icenery amd moit attractive historical country lu the woild, to Oakdalc, where another magnificent Pullman Car Is received, coming from the Richmond & Danville syitaro from Charleston, S. C , through Columbia, J. C, the beautiful French" Ilioad country, and Aihville C.fand Knoivitle, Tenn. The time to Chicago ii made o ai to allord the mot! convenient houri for dcpailurei from the principal cttiei and arrival! in Chicago. I'assMcere can purchase tickets good over one Ia another line n.rth el the rirtr,anj riturnin if they desire a variable route without eitrm char;. Or they cngo via Cincinnati, returning via Louisville, or vice versa. Kouad trip tickets on sale at. reduced rates. A gran of the Chicago tine will on Irequeet assist visit-o- n n lookinic up rooms or accommodations for to the Fair. Everything that an almost perfect aystemcan devtae to deierve the praise and patronage of the traveling public hai been provided. Any of the Agents of the cotnpsnle ntmtd Lelow will cheerfully give all possible information and atsitlance: R. II. Oarratl, NcV OrWani, La. I. Hardy, Vlckiburjf. Miaa. J R. MeOiegor, Hirmlngham, Ala. K. T. Charlton, Oaltaoootf a, Teun. W. II. Cotatt, Junction City, :Ky , or D. O. lidwrrda, Cincinnati, O. Th Queen & Crescent Itoute, widely known ul Hirin-Ingha- m alderable l'atlencr. Clear white nnd creutn or ocnt must bo wonhctl ncptirately, to fret tho boHt roflulta. Shake out tho dust thoroughly nnd put in & warm, strong Htuls, mode of punrllno, or any good laundry bonp, and softwuUx, laying in flrt thoM) that nro tho icut soiled. If they are old and tender, pat and squeeze carefully with tho hands, but if Btrong they enn bo rubbed light-l- y on tho board. Tears tdiould bo carefully darned before wetting tho articles. IIoIch may be neatly mended by appllquelng under them bits of blond luco, using very fine whito thread. Now run tho curtains through tho wringer into clean water, changing this and repeating tho wringing several times, until clear; put all in a pillow ywe, or muslin bag, and scald in clean, hot suds. He particular to uso soft witter throughout, or to soften tho witter with ammonia or borax, aa hard water contains lime, which yellows and Bhrinks the thread. If you wish thctn white, blue in two waters, and uso a little blue, also, in the thin, clear starch. If they uro to bo cream or ecru, get somo yellow oohre, which disKolvofj readily in warm water, nnd add a llttlo of it to the starch, to give tho dm! rod tinge. After starching, run thctn several times through tho wrtaffrr, to got them aa dry as possible. Tacit a couple of uhooU securely and smoothly to the floor of an unused room, and pin your curtains down cro-fullto tho sheets, patting a pin through each scallop, and seeing that they aro absolutely without crease or wrinkle. Two curtains of the samo size may bo pinned ono on top of tho other. If the weather be mild, open doors and windows, and tho ourtalns will dry in a single night. Edna Lee, in American Agriculturist. cur-tnltiH )rrt Cure avnd Con rying you? Second Medical Student You know I am desperately in lovo with Miss lleaullc. "Yes, nnd I havo noticed Intcly that sho has sad, dreamy, soulful expression." "That's it. I don't know whether it's lovo or her liver." N. Y. Weekly. 11 First Medical Student What's wor- A HOMEMADE COUCH. It la Comfortablo and Looks Rather Attractive Any Person Possetse-- of Some Ingenuity and a lilt of Skill In the Haiuillnr of Toola Hhonld lie Able to Make One. d HHODI " Vlco-I'rosldo- SHELBYVILLE, KT.-- An J'.nellsh and Class-leSchool for Girts. Sixty-nintAnnual Session opens Wednesday, Sept. Cth, 1893. Prepares for Wellesley. VV. T. POYNTER. al h H The Unreality Obvious. Caspar Corker Say, cull, I dreamed las' night that I climbed to tho top of a tall mount'n an found a waggln load 0' gold. Jonas Deadbeat Tough when you waked up, wasn't It? Caspar Corker No; I knowed I was dreamln' or I'd never o' climbed that mountain. Chicago Record. HIS rKKLIXOt WOUNDED. y morning, dear Mr. Hunter Lion. Lion Shut up, and get out of my way, or bite your head off. Hunter Don't snap me up like that! ni Truth. How They Learn. Little Dot I don't see how cows can eat grass. Little Diok I s'poso when they is young tho mother cow keeps sayin' to their chlldrens: "If you don't eat grass, you sha'n't have any pie." Oood News. oldost mm west or tho AllcRhanlos, opons Its sovonty-fourt- h This session collego, Soptembor 13th, Nearly 1,'JOO Alumni. 6,000 students educated. Threo full courses, Classical, Sclontlile and Elective. Among Its Alumni twonty-fou- r Collego President, twenty-llv- o Koprosentntlvcs In Congress, llvo U. S. Senators, soven Governors ol States, two of U.S., ono Justice of U. S.Huprotno Court. Tho past Tho "settle" which was n fcaturo of year was tho most prosperous In Its history. Twolvo professors In faculty. Gov. tho habitations of our grandfathers Knott, Dr. Young and warrall. No liquors sold in tho county, iorcatalc cuo aud further Information, address Rev. Dr. C. l'ount, Danville, Ky, was of home manufacture, and it was strong so much at least ran be said E C WALTON. for it, but when it comes to eulogizing W P, WAL'lMV those old settles on the score of comfort, a very vivid imagination is required. Its angularity and hardness, stfaiflP99saBfev Walton Bros. however, woro probably not noticed In those days as they would be at present, because the people wcro not then faMANAGERS miliar with many of tho comforts and luxuries that pertain to living in the Electric Lighted; latter part of the, nineteenth century. What a sigh of contentment "grau-si- r beats 500; " would have given could he havo stretched himself out for an evening's Large Stage; nap, after a hard day's toll, upon such a couch as is figured herewith! There sr aaHlaUHl aBIl LBslaaM IBVIlXasJaB WSaaf LLaGafiaaav&. Good Scenery. wore no springs, covered with soft main tho rough affair on which ho terial, aKLi& lTnBaSaMaiaBT"i-, stretched his weary limbs, but there VWflf Correspondence with good aro in this one. The slats across tho a ttactiotis solicited. frame aro thickly set with the spiral springs that can be bought of the upholsterers, and these are then covered with a firm plaoo of "ticking" or burlap, and over this is evenly spread the material of which hair mattresses are made, or tho finest and softest or even a fine quality of a "springy" variety of meadow hay. Then comes tho cover; but first it may bo found best to secure the hair, excelsior or hay with a cover of calico or cotton cloth to keep it proper-- PENTRF COLLFGF Danville,thoKy. historic 'fBia.FINIIKIKilCTl(rail.LmW I 1 T Vsqaiajais a " V I isaaLL Follow II YOU ARE OOING NORTH TflTEST, ....THK. OR tLeSKkr LouiaviiLt 4 NatHvllic R. R. Ii the line for you, as Its Double Daily Trains Make dote connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGHrrlCKKTS SOLD. HAGC.AGK CHECKED THROUGH For any Information Or W. W JOKS HICK. Agent, bUntord, Ky rKNN.Trav. I'att Agenl, Junction City, Ky t.oulre of from the druggist (about a teacupful). For one dress take half of it and steep iu about oue quart of boiling water for about half an hour or more, then strain through a cloth. For a silk dretvt, while the liquid is wunn take piece of white flannel and dip into it at interTaU, and rub tho silk or satin with it until It seems cleansed. When done, pull the material straight and haog it to dry. Do not iron either the silk or satin. If tho dress is very much soiled, uso clear water for silk, or it will not stiffen up well. For a woolen dress, dip the part to bo cleansed, or tho whole of it, if neoded, into the liquor. This can bo rinsed In the same after washing', or in clean, warm water. If very dirty, put tho dress t2 soak in a tub in the liquid with more water added before cleaning or washing. Tho woolen goods should bo pressed until quite dry. nter in which potatoes have been boiled will cleanse delicate-colorewoolen or worsted goods. The dress should 1ms wet all over. lTse no soap. Illnse iu clear, warm water. Press while still damp. This will not injure the matt delicate colors. d Spared Krery Annoyance. "Why do you cross tho street every IMrvrtloa Ilnrn Glean aail Ten Will Not Is lWppoltt. time you see me coming?" asked a Get five cent' worth of soap bark gentleman of another. "Aro you TO CLEAN DRESSES. trying to avoid tho payment of that debt?" "Xot a bit of it,"was tho reply. "It's merely to savo you tho annoyance of asking 1110 for tho money every time you see me. I know it must bo distasteful, and I want to show you every consideration." X. Y. Herald. ly in place, and to make it feel softer beneath the outer covering which may bo put on as suggested in the illustration, tho simplicity of the shape making the covering an easy matter, or, what is still easier, a portiere curtain can be bought and spread over the couch with its ends and sides hanging gracefully down about it. They are Hard Luck Story. Ruffcn Old fellow, you look blue. used in this way at present, and can be Aro you on tho wrong side of the bought in rich, soft and handsome patterns, tho portieres of the material market? as "raw Tumbull Market nothing! I moved known purpose. silk" being excellent for this broko twenty-fyesterday, the truckman The frame work is so plainly shown ive dollars' worth of the furniture, I lost a bill, the gas com- that explanation is hardly needed, and pany held mo up for double tho usual deposit, and I've just been drawn on u jury. Chicago Tribune. five-doll- '- - A NICE SEWING BASKET. NW Minim II Schedule June , A Charming Novelty When Properly Slmtr nil Ornamented. iSy LEAVE NORTON DAILY 11:05 a m for Graham, Klueficld, Pocahontas lid all stations Flat Top and Pocahontas Divis3:00 p m , (or Utucfield, Radtord, Roanoke Lynchburg, Richmond and Norlolk. Sleeping Cars irom illuefietd to Norfolk and Kadford, alto from Lynchburg to Richmond . Trains lor Pocahontat, Powhatan and Gocln-wi- ll p mand l 610m and 8 jopu m dally for Leave Ke nova and Columbui, O ., Chlca e3n d all points Weil. Pullman Ieper on 30 p m train lor Chicago. Arrive Columbui 8 n p, m, and 8 So a m. Additional trains for Welch and Intermediate stationaon Klkhorn Itsvo WuefieM 3 03 p m dai lllur-nelt- Tho large, round Japanese basket Illustrated may bo either bronzed or left the natural color. It Is lined with a strip of soft silk as long as tho largest circumference of tho busket. It should be wide enough so that when the lower edge is guthcrcd to fit the leave Minefield daily at o$ p m 6 10 a m, 8 30 m, 1 03 Trains arrive at Notion Irom the East daily at "T ', II oj p m and J 4! P ru For further Inlormation ai 10 schedules, ralei Ac . apply to agent! of Norfolk .V Western Rail W. II. UK V ILL, toad or to Gen, Pan. Agt Roanoke, Va. M F. IIRAC.C. Trav. Past. Agent CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, And atl other Eastern Cities. Shortest Line between I,outsvlllc, Kattcrn Pointt. IN EFFECT NOV. bottom and the lining is tacked In place the upper edge will project far enough beyond tho top of the basket to form a cover, allowing for the amount turned down to form a casing-fotho two gathering strings. Tho basket is ornamented on opposite sides with bows and ribbons matching the lining in color. N. V. World. r Leingtonnd 1 subdued by tho following lotion. Mothers and housekeepers should note EAST HOUND. Lvc. Lealnj-tothat this Is included in their list of 7.10pm handy household Atlantic Expron No. 11, daily f remedies: Mldlsnd Accommodation, No, 16. ei. Sun.11.40am f gallon 6.10pm ounce of sugar of lend, VeMihuled Express, No. 14 daily pint of alcohol 5s)pm of water and Ml. Sterling Accom., No. 8, ex.Suu. should Ihj thoroughly mixed together, HOUND. Arr. Lexington: WEST and kept in a stono jug ready for use. Lexington Accom,, No. 7, ex Sun 7 33am 11.40pm When it is to bo used shako well, then Louisville Kxpress No. 11, dally Lexington Accom. No. 13, 'ex Sun 413pm saturate cloths with it, and lay over 6.10pm Veitibulcd Expreta No: ij, daily the affected parts. When thoy become Solid Vpitilmled Tralne with Dining Can. Ne dry and warm, simply moisten them Out tranfers Through Sleepers from Lcxinglan without with a small quantity of tho lotion. cbanire. This trul j "acts like a charm." (Ml. RYAN, 1, 1S91 n IajIIimi for faluful Swelling.. matter In what disease they- may occur, or what their cause may be, tho heat and pain of Inflammations nnd swellings can almost be miraculously No - One-hal- ono-hal- one-ha- lf H W Gen. Pats. At;t, Washington, I). FULLER, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agt., C. Cincinnati. Bo Sweet, Voa Know. ot bost is qaantr. 1ST u O.CAUTT. lunchoon Is now given by tho bridesmaids of an engaged young woman iu honor of her approachA forget-me-nforget-- WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM ing marriage. The decorations are all blue, tho guests wear posies of the me-not dear to lovers, and tho llowers at the feast, all in blue, uro arranged in hearts and true lover's knots. VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Trtpsrt FOR 20 YEARS y KKHiBDSON SOLD KVEUYWHERE. tU BT. BIUIfliK tOCIS. Aa to Hands. Largo hands glvo great attention to detail; small bauds to the general effect; small hands plan, large hands execute. riainui'S'i in 'ru:tu t.iiiMt Plai'i "l'i' i. Ii':e .Vnvy rMn eivvr ' ' " - r in t'tt'r ' li af fect t. ' 1. it t:t bles t I s ore Peter I don't think szc??t&cjs very sensible. z- Warren Why not? Peter Hecauso If they ouly knew enough to camo out in tho daytime they wouldn't havo to worry about seeing their way around with lnntcrns. the young person or the older person Harper's Young People. who has some ingenuity and a bit ni skill in handling tools ought to be May Differ. Ileulta Teacher If a woman buys u pound of able to make a couch of this sort, that if not a "joy forever" will certainly HUSTONVILLE, KY.. forty-cecoffee nnd a pound of twenty-ccoffee, how much does sho pay? prove a joy for no small number of ent Hoy (who has worked In a grocery years. Country Gentleman. MYERS HOUSE store) That depends on whether sho REGARDING WRINKLES. gets' em separate or asks for two Conns 10 you vry older day In tlip year for onpounds ofblondt'd." Good News. Hoane Are Constitutional, Others Are lino ly j 'Ihu cl.ejpest mi best Mper in Kentucky, AililreM jo cnt te s it fji turee m nt'i to Carelessness. P. W. GREEN, Prop. Queeretl Himself. riiK advoca n:, lJ.it Mile, Ky. There ure several kinds of wriukles. Llder Kerry Joblots made a bad This stable, which Is run n connection with the Some women whose lives are comparabreak in church Mers House, lusfbecn supplied with tively free from care have their faces Mrs. Herry What did ho do? A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Elder Horry Subscribed ten dollars furrowed with lines that do not indiBuggies, Wagons, sending Dr. Thirdly to Europe, cate age nor trouble. Such are the toward and offered to double tho amount if wrinkles that might be called constituAXDlUuimer's Suppl es and Is better than ever nil tional or hereditary. the would make it Africa. Life. uupply the public with prepaie A young society woman in New York, RIGS OF ALL KINDS. letter Stay at Home. well known to havo hud a slngulurly Mrs. Wutts So yon havo been play- care-fre- e life, has a forehead seamed Personal ami promplattention given to Weildius Parties and Kurials ing poker again, have you? I havo a with horizontal lines that result enEVIDENCE That the blood is P. GREEN. great notion to go homo to father. tirely from a trick she has of raising Proprietor. At.. IIUUNS. Manager. wrong, and that nature is endtav Mr. Watts Better stay where yo" her eyebrows when she is talking earcring to throw off the impurities. arc. The old man lost all he had awl nestly or emphatically. Ilurper's Nothing is so beneficial in assisting all he could borrow Inst night. Indistates thut it is a family peculiarinature as Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) anapolis Journal. ty, that was possessed by her mother, It is a simple vegetable compound. Is her grandmother, and doubtless her harmless to the most delicate child, yet ! A Horrible Nightmare. before her. As the itforces the Poison to the surface and Weary Wntklns I don't wunt no eliminates it from the blood. wrinkles do not impart to her faco an more sleep again for a year. Wandering Willyum Wot's eatln' expression of ill temper or irritabiliFOR GOOD WORK! ty, they are not objectionable except In you? I contracted a severe case of blood polsoa so far as they mar the smoothness of Weary Wntklns I slep' las' night that unfitted me for business for four rears. A ! few bottles ei Swift's Specific (S. S.SJ cured an' dreamed I was workin'. Chicago tho skin. ne. J. C.Jones, City Marshal, Such wrinkles aro readily distinRecord. Fulton, Arkansas. guishable from the traces of petulance Treatise on Wood and Skin Diseases mailed Two Great Division. (raa. or ill health the perpendicular Swirr Sracuic Co, Atlanta, Ua. "Did vou have a heavy rainfall yes- creases botween the brows that indiAccording to rcsulta accomplished ; terday?" cate a frequent frown, tho drooping "No; only enough to wet the just." tho corner of the mouth that in addition to a liberal commisciou of lines at "What ubout tho unjust?" suggest discontent or distress, tho twenty per cent. "Oh, they had borrowed all the um- crow's feet about the eyes that herald " Mothers' Friend " is a scientificbrellas." .Judge. approaching age. From all these a ally prepared Liniment, every ingreAlso woman may well wish to bo free. dient of recognized value and in Not of the Four Hundred. Man wrinkles may be uvoided by constant use by the medical proLittle Miss Pugg Wo is goln to Eu- tho woman who will take pains 6UESS PREMIUMS with fession. These ingredients are comrope. You isn't. expression when she Is by herself. bined in a manner hitherto unknown Little Miss Freckles II uh You is her FOR SUBSCRIBERS. goin' to Europe 'cause it's cheap. Wo Sho who bends over her book, her desk, or her sewing with knitted brow No Impossibilities or UncertainIs goin' to tho world's fair. Good and compressed or working lips need News. not be surprised if her face refuses ties. Every thing Fair, HonorIlia Only Chance. to smooth itself when she turns to oth-o- r able, Plain and Positive. Willie, you Mother (impatiently) employments. It would cost her WILL DO all that is claimed for mustn't interrupt mamma while sho is very little trouble to avoid such tricks See programme in the it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor, talking. of feature. Lessens Pain. Diminishes Dancer to Well; I can't Willie (petulantly) Life of Mother and Child. Book Happiness In the Home. keep quiet all tho time. Puck. to ' ' Mothers " mailed FREE, con- tho family rclatlou every ono In Monotonous. taining valuable information and should be at his best. The home ought Hingo Things always taste the satnn to be a heaven. It ought to be as voluntary testimonials. In this house. nearly heaven as is possible on earth. Sentbr eiprsss on receipt of price f l.so pr',ottla of our Fourth Annual Contest among Mrs. Hingo You mustn't complain, There should bo no purposely withIRADFIELO RE8ULAT0R CO., Atlanta. Os. ' Agents for largest clubs. ray dear. Wo havo had tho same cook ered llowers ubout the hearthstone and OLD BY ALL DRUOOISTa. for two daj-s- . Judge. no purpobcly clouded sunbeums. SelAS?" An Agency for the Weekly fishness alone ought to be sufficient to All Itixht. Exqi'inm is a profitable business. It is make homo conduct exemplary. CerSho hid her lovely auburn bead Upon his manly breast tainly all want n pleasant homo. Certhe be&t school in the world to prepare " I will be yours," abe coyly said, tainly all want smiles instead of "That ring has stood the test" crc for a business contact with the frowns. Homo should be just ono conDetroit Free Preas. tinual blaze of sunshine, lint it cannot public, a to business She Wanted dome of Theiu. bo whilo some member of tho family qualification and future prosperity. Husband I saw somo ntco trout Is circle is snapping and and selfish. Do people ever go more delibthe market this morning. Wo want good Agents to solicit for Wifo Did you? Well, I wish you'd erately and insanely at work to mako fishing this afternoon. Truth. go themselves miserable than they do 'uiisciiptiois. The inducements art when they deliberately cloud tho lights CURES NOTfflM 8UT PILES. A Footnote. extra good. of tho only place on earth where thoy I rose with great alacrity havo any reason to expect anything A SURE and CERTAIN CURE To offer her my seat, ENQUIRE!? COMPANY, known for 10 yenrs as tho BEST Twas a question whether she or 1 llko perfect quiot ami happiness? REMEDY FOR PILES. Would stand upon my feet Woman's Homo Journal. CINCINNATI, O. frfar4 by BKIURDSni HKDimt TO., ST. 10US. fire-llle- Suggestion. ? ITf WC fUlstZ4c.lCZsZ&)Lr -- , -- . . y., p CUte . . -- - SO jtzijy'jzzeT rr7y S tvzc& &- -. JT&BKKS THE ADVOCATE FBTK, nt LIVERY ST ABXJC well-know- n to-da- Pimples -- Blotches FIRST-CLAS- S jRE Un-z- ar great-grandmoth- er GOOD PAY For Ladies or Gentlemen "CmrDBIRTH " S5 to $500 Cash! ( MADE EASY! 1 "MOTHERS FRIEND" I Weekly Enquirer j I TABLER'SPII BUCKEYEliLC E fault-findin- g 0INTMEN1 Puck. swilUjsl uminj.nj 7 pyww-3 W ymvmMtr''i "imiW' rim W'W's-is'vjSie" IK- -. II .jFT-i--iw- HI' ""HI" -,- !..-,-- 'tfc. ( Ii i.i. SI J i hi f nindioma Figure for a Qnllt "nl now to Form It. PRAISE HIM FOR AYE. One of the most beautiful designs for n quilt that I over Raw is the wild "Praise Qod from whom all Blessings flow." Well iprlnf the vords from human beartal morning glory, originated by myself, human matures know It Benefits Not Only the Person Who and a sketch of which I send you. Di What rood mayloving Qo4 Imparts? Save what a Practices It, lint airings Most given are lor one square, rections Jleeults to tha Enborder At dawn, at noon, at twelve of which with a "Pralae God from whom all blessings tire) Household. make a quilt. Tho ground is composed Tla Ills own band that sustains ua all. flew;" pieces; one piece of white, 10.x of five Unceasing praise U Qlm we owe. As physical training is engaging the 12 inches; ono piece of yellow, 0x12 Ho doth auoh tender pity show, attention and consuming the time of inches; ono piece of red, 2x18 inches, Such constant car doth lie extend; Mrs. and two pieces of blue, 2x18 inches. everywhere, young women "Praise God from whom all blends now," Bridget Maguiro. Fraulcin Gretchen Sew the ground together, putting a Whose love and mercy know no end. Schmidt, Frau Johanna Hjornson, Mrs. red Btrip between two blue ones. Sew to HU Da doth us Dinah Johnseng, and others who stand a yellow piece at bottom whore the When journeynoma here below, brim, Our over high in the profession which these leaves are, and a white one where the We will through endless sws ilnt: 'iPralse God from whom all olesslairs flow." ladies adorn, have organised a school morning glory is; then sew all togethR. M. OOtrd. In N. Y. Observer. and prepared a course of lectures for er, the yellow piece toward you, and the purpose of introducing their sysTEMPTATIONS. tem of physical culture. They are also about publish a book, "The InterThe Christian Sbaul4 Ocmalder Them ae gtarptnjjt-Btotnational system of Physical Culture Rather Than aa tana. Explained," the advance sheets of We may find la temptation a stimuwhich are already out Below we give lus, as well aa a touchstone. For It the principal exercises peculiar to this places an obstacle in our path, It raises system: a difficulty, it causes a check. And ob1. Take a Bcopro (the high Latin stacles, difficulties, checks are just the name for broom) in the hands, which means of calling out our vary beat; for should be held every venture is the mere absorbing, at half reach according to tha effort H demands. reversed grasp, This is true all along taw llac allowing the We all know Use pleasure of Una; ling bushy portion muscles, set aglew by sustained endurof the scopjo to ance. Half the charm of athletics, of rest upon the sport, of Alpine climbing, consists in floor and hold-- i WILD MOimiKO OIOBT QUILT. the sense of a challenge, thrown down n g firmly to the upper end red and blue strips to the right. The by risk and difficulty. It is not it ht not impatisnee, but It Is a of the handle. red strip forms a pole for the vine. Bend the body The vine, leaves and flower cups ar of healthy fund of energy, whieh causes Blightly forward, give the arms a hori- green, and the flowers and budB of red us to find such new strength in opposition and obstacle. And Is It not tha zontal movement, lift the scoptu Blight- and blue. ly, and move one foot before the other. To make the flower take a bine pleoe, same with mental effort? Does It not Repeat thec movements until the OxS inches; fold it four double; round give the keener joy as it makes the scopao has been brought in contact off the corner so as to make an oval; larger demand on our Intelligence? Do we not And in the very entanglewith every portion of the floor. cut five strips o red, and sew on as 2. Holding vertically in the hands a shown in sketch. Cut a piece of red ment of the problem, in the very hardlong pole to which a bundle of feathers about 3 inches square. Sow an oval, ness of the riddle, the keenest into its solution. ' has been atletting it Jap over the red piece; then centive so, on ths level of the spiritual And the tached, bend cut flower cup and sew on, letting it activity, the greater the strength of body backward lap on red piece also. the temptation, the sterner will bo from the waist For the buds cut pieces of blue the resistance it calls forth. What to the us throw the head shape of an incandescent lamp, and appear aa "stumbling-blocks- " are realwell back, and Cut flower cups ly "stepping-stones.- " sew red stripes on. Our Father inelevate the arms and sew on, letting the cup over- tends us to rlas by using them to rise until the feathlap the buds. Cut six pieces of Into higher resolves and more conceners rest lightly vine, and sew on red strip as indicated; trated endeavors to play the man. Aro against the ceilthen cut acd sew on flower stem and we fretting at the obstacles which Ining or walls. leaves. Cut a pioe, 18x18 incites, of tercept our path. Move the arms white for a lining, put cotton batting Let us remember that there can be back and forth, in and quilt by the piece. All the no perseverance nothing where carefully holdwork on this quilt can be done on any thwarts, and that courage Is Impossiing the pole in ordinary sowing machine. Make ma- ble where there is no danger. m us position. In a chine tension very tight when quilting, not, then, be daunted and depressed similar exercise, to give an embossed appearance to tho at the strength of our temptations, but more frequently practised, a shorter flowers. Mrs. H. V. J. Stewart, in let us rather get to the point of view of pole is used and the feathers are Household Queen. . St-- James, and count it all joy when allowed to pass over the different obwe meet them, because we see In them HOUSEHOLD NOTES. jects in the room. But this, while exthe beckonlngs of a hand. cellent for the arms and shoulders, Temptations are calls to sympathy. We Bread crumb, cleanse silk gowns. does not call into play the muscles of read of our Master Gloves can be cleaned at home by He Himself divine suffered thnt "in that the 6pine, neck and chest. being tempthath 3. Kneeling upon the floor and grasp-- . rubbing with gasoline. ed, He is able to succor them that are ing a wet cloth Tooth powder is an excellent tempted." And in proportion us we alin the hands, cleanser of line filigree jewelry. low His spirit to enter into us, we mav bend the back Conns warmed in oil make excellent do the same; our temptations will till the cloth substitutes for glass stoppers. make us fitter to help others to be touches the Tue fumes of a brimstone match will strong. floor. Press the remove berry stains from the fingers. Hut the capacity for sympathy with hands down Milk, applied once a week with a the tempted is not enriched but parly firmly, thro w soft cloth, freshens and preserves boots spoiled if we have succumbed in simt . ivi ctVi t ii rwin and shoes. .v. I ilar straits. For the power of such the arms, bending them at the elbows A lump of camphor in your clothes-pres- s sympathy depends not on the experias the motion of the hand requires, will keep steel ornaments from ence of a fall but on the sense of the and pass the cloth briskly over the sur- tarnishing. strength of the Inducement to full. face of the floor. a hluck silk want And to know this we must resist to Wkak spots in 4. Fill a large basin with water, and the bitter end: we have not felt the place obliquely in it, so that the lower may be strengthened by "sticking" full force of the situation, we have not plaster underneath. court edge shall rest faced all its difficulties, unless we surYou can drive nails into hard wood vive its attacks. in the bottom of if you dip them without bending them And this is why our Lord can help the basin and first in lard. us so much. His S3mp.ithy is not imthe upper one Liout scorch marks may be removed paired, as we sometimes fear, by His lean against the by simply moisteiing them w 1th water sinlessness; no, the truth Is that, were opposite side, a and laying in the sun. it not for His sinlessness, it could not corruguted A nickel's worth of whiting and a be so profound. piece of wood Let us not, then, bottle of ammotilu will keep silver allow ourselves to add to tha weakness covered with forks, spoons and other table ware al- of our nature the further enticement, zinc. Then take ways bright and shining. that the experiences of fulls will help some sort of Gum arable and gum tnigacanth, in us to raise others; no, If we want to do cloth, souse in the water and rub briskly on the board. equal parts dissolved in hot water, this most effectively we must persever A little soap will lessen the friction make the best and most convenient to the end. Such are some of the reasons why St. and render the exercise somewhat mucilage you can keep in the house. more gentle. A ckkam-whit- e jacket of cloth James calls on us to welcome tempta6. Take a cloth, treated as above, dip trimmed as the wearer may seo fit, to tion. We must remember, of course, into a paste composed of atnylon and make it appropriate for the uie for that he is holding in- his mind the power which it our for aqua pura that which it is designed, is.called the that is to say, thut he is looking at is to say, pure water and alIf a little cornstarch is put into the temptation from the Christian point of low it to become salt for the table it will keep it from view. Waldegrave Hell, in the Quiver. almost dry. lumping, and the pretty little shakers PLAYING FOR HIGH STAKES. Spread on a will not have so hard a scolding in smooth surface damp weather. A Young- Man's Chances When II Hits to and pass quickly Play with Satan. Grease may be taken out of curpetB d over it a There is a celebrated painting by by covering the spot with powdered f errum French chalk, laying a soft brown pa- Retsch, in which, with wondrous skill, bending per over the chalk and covering with the artist ha9 portrayed a game of planum, or smoothing-iron- , the back and swaying the body lightly a warm iron. chess between Satan and a young man, to and fro, in unison with the motion If one wishes to cool a hot dish in a who has staked his soul on the issue. of the implement in the hand. hurry, it will be found that If the dish The truth and vivid power of the repAs the majority of young1 women are in a vessel full of cold, salty resentation; the different expressions probably unacquainted with the im- bo placed will cool more rapidly than if in the faces of the players; the gay, water It plements used in these exercises, any it stood In water free from salt. heedless look of the young man, all unof the ladies whose names are menconscious of his peril; the cuuniug, tioned above will cheerfully supply all hellish leer of the fiend, as the chances llest Number at a Dinner Tarty. necessary information. Object lessons A and popular diner out seemed to turn in his favor, can never are also given, gratis, each day at the as popular with one sex as the other, be forgotten by any who have ever beOpus Do in us institute. was asked what he considered to be held them. The picture is only too true. And One great advantage which the inthe best number for a dinner party. ternational system possesses is that His characteristic reply was: "Two; or onl too true is it that every young while other systems can, at best, bene- If not, four, three of tltem being la- man who trifles with sin stakes hit fit only the individual who practices dies." He then conceded that eight soul in sn old game in which Satan ii them, the international, when care- was the outride limit diners should more than a match for him. To the fully and regularly carried out, will reach. It offered advantages all man the game is new, maybe very bring the best results to an entire round, socially and domestically fascinating for a time, but sure as the household. N. Y. Sun. speaking. Socially, because the eight world he is in, he will lose. Satan has guests could be chosen to form a per- played the game ab loug, la in such nilucrxl Veal and Kggs. practice, understands the "moves" octave as regards knowledge of Take some remnants of roast or fect other, reciprocity of tastes, per- so well, is so unscrupulous and unfair, ach braized veal, trim off all brown parts sonal regard anil the rest; domestical- and withal fhas won so many, many d and mince it verj finely. Fry a household staff would times, that no one can hope to sit down because onion to a light brown in ly, equal to the demands made upon it, with him and win. be the some butter; add a large pinch of Hut some would give the mutter a und no outside element need be introflour, a little stock, and the minced duced to much mora innocent aspect. They call ordisturb the precision and veal, with chopped parsley, pepper, Republic. it by the euphonious title ol "sowing salt and nutmeg to taste. Mix well der of the whole. St. Louis wild oats." They mention it ns "havand let tho mince gradually get hot; Hickory Nut Cooklm. ing a little fun." They think they will lastly add a few drops of lemon juice. A very simple recipe for hickory nut taste only a little of the wine at Satan's Serve with sippets of bread fried in cookies is to take one pound of sugar, banquet "just to try." Hut of all the butter, and the poached eggs on top. one-hapound of butter, two eggs, one mad delusions there Is none greater pint of hickory nut meat chopped fine than, the ouc that young men must Hut with Flounce. "sow their wild oats" ifjthey the The fashion of wearing hats with and some flour. Cream the butter und have a harvest of pleasure. would eggs and Equal drooping over tho brim is sugar together, add lace flounces hickory nuts, and then mix in enough folly is it to think that sin and Satan much in favor in France, and, indeed, flour to make the dough stiff enough can be trifled with. Thero is n legend tho Parlsienno considers iir out fit for to roll out. Sprinkle each cooky with of an abbot who wished to buy a certhe country as scarcely complete with- granulated sugar and bake In u moder- tain piece of land. The owner refused out the Charlotte Crdaey hat, with its ately quick oven. Hickory nuts can to sell. Tho abbot hired it, bargaindrooping voilette of lace or mousscline bo used the same us cocoanut in icing ing to have it for one crop. Heso.ved dc sole to fall over the distracting lit- and filling for layer cakes, if the meats it with acorns a crop thnt lasted three tle waves and curlr-- of hair that frame bo pounded into u paste. hundred years, bo batata only asks us tliH face. ! PHYSICAL CULTURE. WILD A MORNING GLORY. RELIGIOUS MATTERS. A Practical System for Wornon In Search of Beauty. nt I six-inc- h even-fal- l. kUns;-Blck- a. per-rerstt- y, Aug. L'2d, Sept. 12lh nnd Oct. 10th. The Wuconbin Ckntmal Lines will run low rate Harvest Excursions on the above dates to points in Minnesota, North and South Dakota. Tickets will he good 10 Nashville, Tenn., Much Mli, lsy.l-- 'l e r of Rale, with Stockton, Medicine Co., NHiiil!',Teiii. , , days from dale Gentlemen: I had Sciatic Hb umutisti , privileges to points west of St. Paul and combined with Nervousness mii1 ltiioui Minneapolis. For full information nia for six weeks, and havii ' heard of any of tho Company's representaso many persona being cured nl unruly tives, or James 0. Pond, Gen. Pass, and every disease by taking Stockton's Antiseptic, I concluded to try it and tho re- Agt. ATsult wm wonderful. It save mu almost relief and In five days I went to instant Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, Atmcipbcflc Orfgt my office. I take great pleasure in rec1 her are three ol the best llarbers in the Stat ommending It. Respectfully yours, Thrr are alto eicellrnt lUth Koomt run In con K. E. Morton, Agent lor I eiington Steam Laundiy nection 321 J N. College street. Send for book on Microbe Theorv 4 SsteRtif 8 Aaverieaa free, or get one of A. H. Penny, Stanford. stop-ovead-drt- ss the next Playing with Satan, whatever the stakes, is a losing game. "Surely in vain the net Is set in the 11. F. sfcbt of any bird." -- Rev. Ocr-m- l llsliock, In Yountrolcn's rJra. for the first crop. Bnt, oh, how very often the "wild oats" are acorns, and their growth clnims the field for not only this life but tho ncxtl Young men, you and I havo lived long enough to see something of the harvest of such sowing. Have wo not seen the blear of drunkenness in the reddened eye? and the restless twltoh-inof the shattered nerves? Have we not heard tho hollow cough, tho sigh of remorse, the words of despair? It all came from "sowing wild oats." "Ho r not deceived, Ood is not mocked, a man soweth that" just that "shall he nLso reap." There Is nothing manly in sin. The first step from virtue Is a step away from true manhood; und at each succeeding step the man becomes weaker and weaker, until at last he becomes a wreck, for this world t.nJ deep-roote- d g what-soeve- A reduction in World's Fair rates by tho Queen & Crescent route. In nddi tion to tho regular World's Fair Kxcur-Bio- n rates we will shM first cIhps excur-aio- n tickets, good 15 days from date of sale for return, at $5 It si than the regular World's Fair rate. Theao tickets aro Rood going via either Cincinnati or Louisville. Through care to Chicngo, quick time, most eltytut equipment. Do sure and take the Queen A Crescent Route. For rati', schedules, sleeping tar ref'Tvations, etc., call on any sgeut Queen of tl.oJI.T. V. A G. Railway, A Cnireut Route or LoutsvlUn South 0. Kdwards, G. P. A., Htn ILU.o-U- . Cincinnati, Ohio NEW 43VLIFEl.altu1; - Tobacco, Opium or Mn'i r. which toon lead to Miser, Consumption. I inanity aud Dmslb. 11 mall, II a box; 0 (or K; with written uuaraiiten to cur or refund money. WhHTKOHtOHNYKUP. A. certain cure for Cough", Colds, juttimt, Dronchltls, Croup, Whooping Cmigb, Horr Throat. I'leatant lo takw. Htuall else dlsoutidnurd; old, aid. alse, now 33c.; old II rite, now 60c. (J IMHiNTUW issued only by Or, E. C. Witt's Nine and Buln Trettmtnt Is told under poltlTO written guarantee, by author-Isi- xl sgrnts only, to cure Weak Memory: lo of llralnand Nerve. Power; Txt Manhood, Qulrknesa; Night Loesen; Evil Drranm; l.ack of Confidence.; NerTonnnnM; all Drains; Lotinf Power vt the Oeneratlvn Organ In rlthr sei.caunxlbr n; Youthful Krrors, or Kxcelve Uo nf A. It. PENNY, Stanford. n ' clatsfnre, with- - additional for the round tiip Harvest Excursions, O.NKfiiat ff- - ,id& -- r r m , nail-scarre- d On this doctors don't disagree. It may BT ARSOnmO. be regarded as an at&ured fact that the delegates to the Pan American Congress at Washington, who travel over tho Chesapeake A Ohio Railway will, with f 4im a Jiff. St. one accord, praise its scenery and train LOUISVILLE, KY. Bervice. There is nothing in tho way of DuBois & Webb COLE 0LDO. ana 0KIOIH4MAM, lo nt"Taj Ala. lovely mountain views and picturesque book frr. of the Virginias, to comparo KsJT"StnJ Ivr CO valleys Testimonial with that through which the Cbea- II nc r.tn!I(ciMi will curr rnanj ts.n ci ui.ra.r apeakeA Ohio Railrood passes. Thero while nothing rife will It hat worked III my family Ker Um II. Meana, is nothing of historic naturo in America charm in CoWDfton, Ky Virginias It U crrttinly a wonderful InilrumeiitanJ it it as great as a trip through the how It doi It work, ret It and there is no other railroad iu Ameri- more wonderful to T !. U llrmley, dof.il the Sou J. ca superior to the 0. A 0. in the smooth- (1 h teteran plow manufacturer olLouiitille, Ky. ness and stability of its tracks, the K. F. With the Llrctrepo e have curr.1 V. Vestibule Limited being one of the constipation and liver troublf, Ugrippe, heicache to thachc,bad cohli, rhriimatlitn, nruialipa. famouB trains of the world. The Chesa-peal- e colic and piles The retulti sr wonderful, I seencured in Co minutea & Ohio passes through Hull Run, chilli and feter hats K. It I.yU.Oiurchlll.Ky Manassas and other noted battle fields and is in all respects tho beat route for and South-Wethe West, North-Wes- t to the National Capital. For copy of Virginia in black and white, free and The Famous Specialist, full information regarding rates and train service, address C. B. Ryan. Assis To Visit Our City Professionally. tant G. P. A , Cincinnati, Ohio. cures disease Without Medicine. s e .- SJlSEL 1 - -. -- ! OOFTRIONTS. arte. Tor tnforaatlna and fra Handbook writ to MUMN A CO-- att Broadway, New York. Ofdwt berean for curtrv pattat In Amerlnsv Krery patenl taken out br u la bmught rfnr Ua puute by noooe gtraa free ol ebarge In the wTTtlsPOAVIAT, MjM dision ratimtr, TRADI MARKS. . I 1 dr!pi, rtmlatlnn of any srlratlfle paper to tha No intlliuit. MDlandldlr mutinied. man should be without It. Weakly. (3,0H a ILMall months. Addreu ilflNN A CO. VuuaitatK.3tn Broadway. HswYork Uty. Lane world. $tUniitie mtttm ..TAKE THE vat ton-tlli- tu, ii 91JMLm; atwAnaiTCttiCto6t(5-" st OR. J. S. APPLEMAN THE POPULAR AND DIRE0T LINK TO . THROUGH SLEEPING OARS VIA 1)1(1 An Excellent Chance for the Sick and Suffering. CHICAGO, FOUR ItOOTK TO TUB WORLD' FAIR. " Vi - " own home which runs right through to Chicago without change and lands passengers at the entrance gate of the great World's Fair without n single chauge or transfer of any kind. How can this bo accomplished? Why simply by asking your local agent for a ticket via the Rig Four Route, which is the only line running through sleeping cars in connection wfth the E T., V. A G. Railway and Queen A Crescent Route direct to the World's Fair Grounds and landing passengers con. veuient to tho World's Fair Hotel District. Through Sleeping Car leaves Macon 11:15 a. m , Atlauta 'J: 10 i si., Rome 4.55 i: si., Chattanooga 7'J5 v. si , and arrives at Chicago 5:15 i. si , Ask for tickets via Big Four Routeand for further information address I). B. Martin, General Pafsenger Agent, Cincinnati. sbso-lulely We all love comfort, especially when his I'rltnle l'arlors at th traveling, and what a great comfort it is And ciamtnalion it to bo able to take a sleeping car at your Myers House, Stanford, Tuesday, FREE CONSULTATION, Oct. 10, one day only, WORLD'S FAIR Visitors renxmber the Monon it the line, with Vetilbufrd Trains, Pining Cart, Palace Chair Cars, Pullman IlurTet SUcpers, at lowest rstrs. Fcr Information sddreis IAS MARKER, O. P. W O CRUSH. U. P A , A , Returning every four weeks durinr the year. Chlcsto LouisvtlU Farmers Rank&Trnst ssssssssssssWSssVss1sa ...l .S OK Co STANFORD. KV , Is now fully organised and ready lor business witk Paid np Capital of Surplus, - . $200,000. '2L 000. rssssHK- - - - Eu-lali- a. t; - well-heate- well-know- n con-stu- nt To Chicago via tub La km. The greatest trip to tho greatest fair on earth ride; Detroit to Chicago and a n the granuest palsio Btcsmers on the Lakes. Picturesque ecenery. Returning all rail; or you can from Chicago-directgo to Chicago by rail and return via the EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT, Iakc8 and Detroit. Berth and meals included between Mackinac and Chicago And chronic lhscaetii in the great Ilellevtic and Uotpilalt, New York City, and thr reRound-trirate from Cincinnati 321 3 Chanty thit cvptnence are many phrnominal sults ol For fur- cures all over the Slate, lie successfully treats (via Toledo and boat 30c less. ther information ask and 0., II. A I). R. Acute and Chronic Catarrh, R. agent, or nddrefs E. O. McCormick, G. P. A T. A. C . H. A 1). R. It , Cincin- IUhkIok in Kan, deafuen, diseases if the eye, ear, nati, 0. Ihn at, Iiiiies, stomach, liver, kidney, ur narytrnd bladder, nervous proitration, diabetes, dytpepla, Two harvest excursions to the West constipation, rheuinatlMn, paralyili, cpUrpty i fits lit and pain and moiroidt. pilrt, cured without kntfir No and Southwest, September do detention from wcrk. L. A N., at one October 13th, via tho fare for the rouud trip; tickets good 20 Young and Middle Aged Men days. The great Cherokee strip will be impotrncyai open for settlement at 12 o'clock noon, suffering from spermatorrhea and eacena i i maIn Sept. Kith. Any information in regard the remit oland other cauti't)outhor producing some ol the ture yean to tickets, Ac. call on or address W. W, following effects such as cmitaious, blotches, debility, pervgutnest, dizilnett, confusion of Ideas, Penn, T. P. A., Junction City, Ky. avm on to tcciitv, defective meinoiy and sexual exhaustion which unfits tha victim for butinei or nurnage, a e perm .inertly cured by remedies A Hearty Welcome. tot injuii us. is given Stockton's Antiseptic by thooo who have Buffered with Dyspepsia or, Indigestion, for it is a euro cure. It Btops As Syphilis Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc , fermentation in the stomach and allowB cured by never failing remedies. ss nature time to digest the food. Try it; f Diseases ol women, such.... I.eucorrhea, inlntul . l IVaihI. (II .1 iuciiMruaiion .ijiitii'"i ...!., ....tn it has never failed with others and will down p.uns iu back, iclicvcd Inhishort lime. vni,ii . r... . ..I.I- .IILI- - iuii.uic !......... not in your case. i ne iociur cirit. 411 ma iiiiuuiiiciiii and comet iircpued to examine tho most obscure Ask A. R. Penny, Stanford, for it. 1,000-mile , Nor) closing up) with the same atstti and ondar the same mansf eraent. By proviiioni of lit chatter, depontort ar aa fully protected aa aik depositors in National Banks, its shareholders bsinf held individually liable to the citcnt of th amount of their stock therein at th par value thtreof, in addition lo th amount invested in such tharrt. It mty acta catcutnr, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as sn individual. To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us while mosgintr th Lincoln National Ilaak ol Stanford, i we here tenderour many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business I)r Appleman. formerly of New York, now per. with guarantee for manently located in Louisville, Ky , It a graduate tion us, ottering as atwenty yeaia' prompt atten-ia to same, our of ltellevue llotimal Medical Collfjr, New York banking sndas liberal accommodationeipcrirnce as are conCity, the most notablr institution of its kind In sistent with sound banking. America, lie hat made a tpecial study of the DinaCTOKs: J Wk self-abus- SUCCESSOH to Til K LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, p J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; J.M. llail,Man'onl; J.S.Owsley, Stanford J S.J, Embry, Stanford; J. E. Lynn, Stanford; J. K. Cash, Stanford; William Cooch, Sunlord; th A. W, Carpenter, Mlllcdneville, Ky, S. II. Shanks, President, Dr. J, It, Owtlcy, Cashier, W. M llilght, Teller. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK e STANFORD. KY s Capital Stock-Surplu- ...8200,000 - 21,300 Blood and Skin Disease. ... - finely-choppe- lf incurauic iii.caic He Reduced rates to Latonia fall raceH, given up tmlir Addict Cirriaiunileni.e solicited Sept. 2 lo Oct. 7th, via Queen A Cres J. S. APPLKMAN.M D, Louitville, Ky, cent route. Tickets on sale each day of Write for Health Jiurnal, free meeting to Cincinnati'aud return, good five days from date of Bale, from all jweoim Muo7IJI00',wWO on Q. & 0. and Louiaville Southern ntsnsseeeoa 'JSHSMllSBNei Tickets Cincinnati to jo)R,ULfofU1 in Kentucky. JU a) 'asmtiexltaritjoiqta ojiiavsmn Maaaud pun at Lexington and return at one fare for the paoj noi teXrp Dens saw wi naa ointraa t WlOOOil Sfj iptKBMrjPeMtiMt' round trip every Saturday evening, good returning Monday, will enable turfmen and others to spend Sunday in the Blue Grass Region. D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., a Cincinnati, 0. sm V jpimiJneXTVS'i Jptrataj Oucklln'e Arnica Halve. jfl oaspax. Bta-tian- H 1 -- medical ami saruical cases unnpriakc no uu Attention of the public is invited to the fac that this it thn only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are securea not only by the capital ttock, but by the stockholders liability lor an amount equal lo the siock, so that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund of 400,00a. Five sworn statements of theconditicn of th bank are mad each yearto the United Stales government and its assets are examined at stated time by government agents, thut iK.urilig addititona ana perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established ss ths Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1858, then lied as the National Hank nl Stanford in 1S65 and again reorganiied aa the First National Hank of Stanlord in iS8, has had practically au unintcr-tupte- d existence of jj years. Ills Utter supplied now with facilities for transacting buuueis prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Account of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully sollc-ld. sn!d The best islve In the world lor cim, bruinstores, tetter, chp..! ll .kit. .run tioni and pontively cures piles, or no piyrequir- EU. It II VUIMHICCU t J KlVfc perfect tatul . loney refunded. I'rice a S cents per boi For iile by A. R. Penny, Sunlord, Ky. salt tore, ulcen,'liilirheum, feer . . . fjIflsT en aa. swipn tacsajl jojgmj no. op JUAi J9n mi &a Tb Directory of this Hank is composed ol Korestus Keid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; G A. Lackey, Lincoln; J.W. Hayden, Stanford; S.H. naughmsn,Ltncoln; J.S. Hocker, Stanford;!?, W. A. Trtbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanfotd; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L, Tanner, McKinoey; M.J.Miller, Mt. Vernon. J, S. Hocker, President; John J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinnry, Asssttant Cashier. 4ffixit ,. -- . uJir.4!.. ... 1 -- r. .u.im ,o .. -- JlArar4t- Aji. -- r .At & . !: --W - lJ-- ? i ? J -- ! a, sr Fr CHURCH AFFAIRS. good rain has fallen at last, praise Interior Journal the Lord, and lato corn nnd Fall graBs Dr. W. C. Young, of Danville, will Kvkrvthino in the jewelry lino cheap are humping themselves. preach nt Hustonvillo on the 4th Sunday for chbu nt Penny's. 9 riTANFbHD, Ky.,Skitk.miii:h 15, 1893 Yesterday was as hot as hades, but at 11 a. M. y homo on Dan the weather bureau said it would bu Fon Salk ou Miss Elizabeth Brand, daughter of vlllu Btreet. J. H. Wnrren, Stanford. Editor H. M. Kelly, of the Louisville and likewise fair. cooler E. C. Walton, Business Manager Commercinl, will wed Dr. H. M. PuBey MYlight weight jacket for SI. 1)0. A (iooi) Hin(ilim) Bros. Greatest of World's on the --'1st inst. All Koinn at reduced prices. Severance Shows will be nt Danville on Saturday, It is reported that the Hev. Dr. MEAH8 IU3IHESS, A Son. 23d. It will bo well worth going to Bee. Brigge, who was recently suspended by lk'Y your Hchool books nnd school supDon't fail to see our new arrivals in The boys at McKinney have a Becret the General Presbyterian Assembly, con plies ol nil kinds nt A. H. Penny's. dress Koods, broad cloths, rugs, &c, Ac. society which they call the Mikado, aud templates connecting himself with the Goods arc- Watchkb, clocks nnd jewelry repaired Hughes A Tate. Episcopal church. which they force every candidate, for Kngrnviuv a specialty, nnd warranted. A Denver Methodist preacher anat A. H. Penny's. You owe us and you must pay. Wo office to join. They initiated Pete Hamp- nounced recently that he would accept V must have our money, hard times or no ton and Sam Owens Wednesday n.id n 20 per cent, reduction in his salary of Tub soda witter syrups at A. It. they will have to eat standing up for are nindo with Dure fruit juices and hard times. McKinney Bros. Did 35,000 till the times got better. are delightful. Try them. some time. anybody ever as tbo Indies say. For Best. A cottage of three rooms, A Buncokr Beaten. A Rev. L. P. Hanks has Bued tbo AshPERSONAL PQINT8. kitchen and cellar, with good cistern; sitstock trader from this section attended land News for $10,000 damages, because Inquire nt Mil. A. H. Pkxny went to Cincinnati uated on Lancaster street. the World's Fair last week and while in that paper charged that he was a little too Higgins A Watts' coal office. Tuesday. Chicago had a little experience. He thick with Mies Anna Cartwright, the A. A. McKinney, Jit. ban entered Cen Without a doubt Danks the Jeweler was walking along one night on his way the evangelist, nnd that his wife had tre College. has the newest, neatest and nobbiest to see the Libby prison, when he was ac- raised a row about it. Mb. Kuhknk Kki.lby is at Somerset at- lino of watches, jewelry, etc.. in Stancosted by a dapper looking individual, S. X. Swimine retires from the edtending the (air. ford. Prices to unit the people. who called his name as pat as an old ac- itorship of the Paintsville Courier after mm Mit. and Mini. K. 0. Walton are at " quaintance. "How are nil the folks in Matriculations at tbo Female Col- Stanford?" he enquired, "and how are 13 years journalistic service, to enter the tending the Somerset Fair. ministry. We do not know to what Mips Ibaiiki. Owblky has returned lege continue daily nnd the number of Uncle John McHoberts and Jess Hock-er?- " church Bro. Swimme belongs, but be boarders now Is as large any time last Every week from now on we will show alUJthe new things out. from a visit toMiddlesboro. The gentleman addressed, whom has a very good name for a Baptist Miss Klla Wkiistkh, of ltoyle, has year. Prof. Hubbard is, of course, great- we shall call Mr. Jirn Ed Bruce, because Beautiful Hop Sackings, Jacquards, Whip Cords, Broad Cloths, preacher. Frankfort Capital. ly elated. been tbo guest of Mrs. T. A. Coulter. Henrietta's in Cotton Mixtures, All Wools and Silk Warps, in all might not bo bis name, answered that Kev. George O. Barnes writes Mrs. Mhs. M. 0. Williams, of Ml. Vernon, Cadi net photographs reduced to $1.99 that they were well, but still ticklish on W. G. Welch that he will arrive here the new shades of Royal Purple, Golden Brown, Hunters Green, is down to have Dr. Carpenter treat her per dozen for the remainder of this money matters. "And how are Sam Saturday en route to Richmond, where Blacks, Heliotropes, &c, &c. The melancholly days are upon us and eyes. month. Don't (ail to grasp this oppor- Shanks and Dr. Owsley?" continued the he will bold a meeting. He will preach we must prepare for the chilly blast. and Miss little tunity, as you see it is only for a short slick tongued fellow. Mr. Bruce told Mhs. A lick here at 10:45 a. m. at the Dillion. of Crab Orchard, were here time. A. J. Earp. " him that they4 too bad suffered from the and 7:30 p. m. Sunday. The young ladies Tuesday. panic and not wishing to let his now will not accompany him here. We have juBt opened the first ship- found friend ask all the questions he inMks. Pokik T. Couhts went to LouisBishop Galloway, of Mississippi, who ville, Tuesday, to lay in her fall stock of ment of dress goods, consisting of Hen- quired of him, after he said he had been is presiding over the 73d session of the riettas, Serges, Flannels, Hop Sackings in Stanford repeatedly, where he stopmillinery. Kentucky Conference, M. E. C, S., at of Silk Mrs. J. K. Mount, of LaO range, came and Habit Cloths. Full line ped when there. The stranger turned Maysville, is the youngest bishop in the Come to us and we will do both and do it at Hard Times prices. yesterday to visit Mr, and Mrs. H.J Velvets. Severance A Son. the subject, but Mr. Bruce was persis- church, being only 41 years old. There Come and look, will it do you no harm and if you wont buy of us it McKoberta. To Printers. We have for sale a tent and asked him if he was a nephew are 130 ministers present and a large may help you to get a better bargain from some one else. I never Mr. and Mrs. Kn Groves, of 17x'--l combination news and job platen of McHoberts what his own name was. crowd of laymen and spectators. knew a man to sell anything he had without showing it. So come and Tay111., have been with Mrs. All the churches of Georgetown press, which we will sell at a bargain. This question was also evaded and Mr. look. No trouble to show goods. lor Roberts. thing for a country office. Bruce having read the papers to advan have united to have n great religious reIt is just the We have some things to close at prices that will make the auction M. J. HuniiLK and daughters, Write for price to Interior Journal, tage, began to realize fully that an effort vival in October. It has been decided Mrs. Our remnant counter is still attractive. Our Shoes are the was being made to bunco him. "Come, to erect a mammoth tabernacle, which ashamed. Minors Allie and ljuira, are at the Stanford. Our Furnishing Goods, Rugs and World's Fair. lets go in and get a beer and cigar," in- will accommodate all the people who best ever offered at the prices. Dr. S. G. Hockeh has bought the vited the steerer, "and I will get you the Mrs. St. Claik, Mrs. Steele Bailey and The meeting will be con- Clothing willl be both profitable and Interesting to you. We handle may attend. and stock of drugs of Dr. samples of clothing 1 want to send UnMiss Isabella Bailey started to the great ducted by Rev. J. Wilbur Chapman, of Standard Patterns and their Magazine at 50c. the best thing printed. for the build-I- n Bourne, paying him cle John aud Jess." Wishing to see his New York, who will be assisted in his Fair Tuesday. and cost for the stock. It is Btated banu, .Mr. uruce lollowed lum, saying Mn. Jok Sevkka.ncb, Jr. and Klisha work by a large chorus of singers, led selling is Beazley have returned to the Bible Col- that Dr. Bourne's reason for ho would take a cigar. While they were by the grent singer, Bilhorn. bad health produced by close confine- sitting at a table, another man camo in lege at Islington. The lightning struck the electric line and asked the party to drink. Mimes Lizzie and Iou .Mknkkkk led ment. The near the Presbyterian church Monday . WednesJay to ontcr Lynndalo College, On a FuhhulTeah. Dr. John Wil- steerer agreed, with the understanding afternoon burning out the fuee and shut in Hardin county. liam, of McKinney, was arrested yester. that ho would pay for the order. At ting otT the current to that building, so AND Mhs. S. K, Owens and Miss Clarence day for attempting to kill his son and this the man, who claimed to be from when Bro. Slnymaker aud his flock reDuvall, of Augusta, Ga., are visiting Mr. threatening to annihilate his whole Maiue, teemed to gut angry and said paired thither Wednesday night they nnd Mrs S. M. Owens. houeehold and burn the building be that lie had plenty of money to pay found it as dark as Erebus, if not so disMrs. S. C. Thckiieart writes that Mil- - sides. The doctor is given to his cups (or what he wanted, at the same time mal. The Christian church opposite did lersburg College opened with 160 jiupils and recently he has been indulging till jerking out a roll of what appeared to bo not fare so badly, and that being lighted Complete stock of Patent and Proprietary Remedies. Ho threw up for prayer meeting, the Presbyterian enrolled and tine prospects. he is nearly a maniac. It is hoped that 10 bills, as large as his list. Mrs. J. A. Haldkman and children tUe resort to law may bring him to his it down and asked Mr. Bruce to count it, pastor moved that his congregation unite and Miss Kvn Buchanan, were on yes- senses. but that gentleman, remembering that with Bro. Ellis in worship. The motion terday's train for Louisville. he tiad business elsewhere, declined and carried and the combined Tin: Crab Orchard High School open- started out, while the two insisted on was put and excellent keepMita.Ht'K Hni.MEH,-thcongregations filled the church proper. It has already auspiciously. was here Un week ed most He didn't, however, Mr. W. H. Shanks led the services in a his remaining. er of the S2 pupils and there are many moro to aud was mighty glad when he reached most creditable manner, nnd after n the guest of Mrs. L. M. Ijuley. Prof. Stephen I). Willis, the follow. Misses Maiiy McKinnky and Dollio principal, is assisted by that excellent fresh air again aud found that he was number of talks and prayers, an invitaDay or night, from the best drugs and chemicals. McHoberts, accompanied by Mr. P. M. instructor, Mrs. Bettie Buchanan, but not pursued. The idea was to get Mr. tion was extended to those who might Mc Robert, left for Chicago Wednesday another assistant will have to be en- Bruce to count the money and then, ni- wish to cast their lots with God's people. ter he had stated the amount, claim that Three responded, Messrs J. S. Hocker, morning. gaged judging from present prospects. it was inoi e aud make him put up the Willis Nailor and John H. Shanks, the Misses Ivssik Bt'iiui and Annie Hale That the professor is thoroughly qualiPharmacist, Stanford, Ky. deficit. Mr. Bruce still wonders how latter of whom was baptized, there returned from Virginia Tuesday. They fied is shown in the fact that in hia exbeing much water nt hand. stopped en route at Middlcsboro and amination ho secured a general average ttie fellow got his name and those of his neighbors, but he was not sulliciently Barbourvillu. of 7 (1 10, the highest grade given in ! ! : NEW ADVF.BTISEMENTS. desirous of knowing to have remained Mil. J. W. MIllbii was over from the county this year. The patrons of two minutes longer to have found out. , caster yesterday to meet hit the school with whom we have conversMrs. Geo. I). Burdett, who came ed are greatly pleased so far with the MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Clocks, 32.50. Nickel Arlarm C. ck 75c. Walnut anc Oak Eight-Dafrom Omaha. way it is conducted. Prices knocked silly on tonight MihbSadik Lili.ard leaves Mr. R. L. Horton nnd Mies Lillie Farm Gsoruik Get Your Hair Cut. A Adams were married in this county on A Fine Blue-Cras- s for Stonewall Jackson Institute, AbingWithin one mlleof Stanford, containing too acres; don, Vs., from which she expects to couple of youths, moved perhaps by the Kith. Improvements 60 acres corn land jealoiiBy, committed an act Bome nights graduate this session. Miss Minnie Tull drowned herself Electric lights anil water in house and barn K T ROCHESTER, Applvto may yet get them into trouble. in the raging Ohio at Hanover, Ind., beMipbxh F.li.kn.'and Flora Ham or aie ago that Stanford, Ky. 1 55.1m pleasantly situated nt No. 10 1'nion Park, Oue of the kid beaux had an unusual- - cause her lover went back on her, And anything in my line. Don't forget the place, A Boston. Thev sailed from New York ly fine "head er bar," which lie wore that there were as good tiah in JI1XLINF.RY ami enjoyed the thrilling sensation of a long and in killing shape. It was the the sea as has over been caught. admiration of the younger damsels and storm at seo. : : Mr. J. W. Aker, a widower, and Miss Misses Jen.nik and Mahik Wajihhn the especial detestation of the Alice, daughter of Mr. Floyd Williams, gave a watermelon fete last evening, to So they plotted together and like Come and get the best goods for the least money, and bring the cash nil of the Waynesburg neighborhood, I ilctire to sell my entire Millinery stock and Delilah they hnd him shornlof the which only gentlemen were invited, with you. can were married yebterday. There was ob- iroo J uill anil an unincdi ite applicant but each of whom was expected to brief looks which were supposed to heighten jection to the marriage nnd consequenthis beauty if not his strongth. Two of any lady he chose. wending his ly the ceremony did not occur at the Mr. John Sam Owsley, Jh, left yes- them caught him as ho was W. O. way homeward from his sweetheart's bride's home, but she was of age and her Tho stock embraces everything and terday morning for Chicago. consent was only necessary in the matGoodloe, Ki , will represent him at the and in the damp nnd dismal darknehs One. ter. Boyle circuit court, where there are but cut ofi seven locks or more, thereby renThe marriage of Miss Amanda Fox sold entire, I would dispose of portions ol If not few Commonwealth cases, and those of a dering a close cut bv a barber neceheary. Pennington to Mr. P. E. Kemp occurred the stock al reasonable figurii (jive me a call. Some people who have no more use for minor nature. MRS. ANNIE WHAY 11RUCK. at 7 a. m., Tuesday, in tbo Presbyterian a long haired male than a short haired ahurcli, Middlesboro, Hev. Henry Miller V II MILLKK CITY AND VICINITY. female, think they did him right, but n J.H. SOWDER. otliciatiug. Miss Isabel Owsley was for damages nnd a prosecution for suit MILLER & SOWDER, Fresh oysUrH at 'immei's. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. banding nnd confederating together to maid of honor and Mr. Joseph Lawfer best mail. The ushers were Messrs Kee the Full stock of school books and school commit an assault aro talked of andreal- Kiunaird, Moufort, Cabbell and Taylor. Every thing in the grocery line Call and see them before buying, boys who did the tensure act may supplies at W. B. McBoberts'. laughs best who laughs last. The bride was attired in a becoming for sale cheap. ize that he Doalors and Brokers, traveling dress and looked as lovely in J. H. Phillips advertises a big ball - KENTUCKY The examining trial of Odie Paul for person as she is in naturo and character. STANFORD, and picnic at Dripping Springs on the colored man, Iko Helm, Mr. Kemp is chief clerk in the alike of Office Interior Journal llulMing the murder the months ago at McKinney, since the Cumberland Valley division of the two are closing out our entire stock of which time ho was a fugitive from jus- L. k N. and an excellent young man. SALE. hats at cost. All new styles. Severance tice until caught by thosherilTof Wnyne They passed hero on the noon'train tho Sn- samo day bound for the World's Fair yesterwas held before Judge Varnon Hnu UUie Gran Farm ol 333H acres on pike wait-ng- . day. Tbo prisoner appeared dressed in nnd looking as hnppy ns a pair of turtle and finely improved Your account is ripe, ready aud Please call and settle. W. H. Wear- a now suit of clothes and wore a decid- doves. May no shadow ever come to a. Farm of 100 aires, finely Improved. Offered edly dudish air. He was ropresonted by darken the lives that now eeum so at low prici on A Co. 100 acres suburban property, good land, ceu and Miller, the county bright. room in Commer-l,.i- l Messrs. Warren For Kent.-OiI- uhj Miss Jennie Hammond went to visit bu divided into tu .11 lot" ; good house. Is Receiving His nttorney, Mr..!. B. Paxton, holding a lintel Building. Main street. Apply Fine Itlue Grass Farm, excellently improved, The testimony the Fair from hor home in Bellaire, O., on4.pike, 105 acres lone hand for the State. to A. C. Sine. : was about tbo same ns adduced in the and thiee days after reaching the city (Sood 5 Farm of 141 acres, near R. R. station, getting great bargains trial of Perry and and showed that at the she met Abdul Lnteef, a swarthy sub- blue grass lab.1; small tenant house. The people aro Goods Warrantedand a Periect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call. time of the killing Helm was getting out ject of the Sultan of Turkey, who acts as 6. A farm ol tio ac mokerately improved nt Penny's In wnicnes, ciuunn, in the Turkish Bazaar in the and well located near pike. Ullcrel at a great of the way nnd that Paul was in no grent lioor walker and bilverware. danger of bodily harm. Plaisance. It was a case of love at first bargain. day or even remote Illue Gra Next Friday, Sept. '21, is tbo last G. The critical eye of Judge Varnon, how- sight, and meetings were frequent there- lalrly Improved. KanuTof ija acres, on pikv. Is county. for filing claims against the ever, detected what (ew if any others in after, until tho girl's parents realized 8 to 13. To n lets in Stanford in areas to suit B. Cooper, clerk. did, some mitigating tho situation and remonstrated with her, purchasers. the Preparations for n marriage ol circumstances, and he granted the pris- but in vain. seed rye, Fifty acres of knob land 3) miles from Stan aro being made tor Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset St.; wareroom, paint bright, Belted clover oner bail in $6,000. It is not likely that nccording to Moslem rites Lid corn; ditto nice, give it, but the (act that the nnd Abdul snys that his bride will rehe can 14, Ten acres of knob land on pike 7 miles frc:r. and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. nay. M. J. Harris, wrau uiu.... judge fixed au amount for bail, will cre- nounce her religion and become a fol- Stanford. from ate the impression that the crime is not lower of Mohammed. By tho mnrriage on15. Thirty-tw- omilesacres of knb Is id wltn house, from pike, J4 Mr. J. 11. Vanhook was down for murder and prejudices the Common- ceremony she will obligate herself not to Jrodhead Tuesday to get a casket improved knob lmd on lliick in public without a veil and to 16 Forty acres of A wealth's side in advance. The doubt appear We guarantee A specialty. BoSign Work, artistic and plain. Creek. ;tle Chester Perkins, who died that ns many juror challenges wash her husband's feet with scented aged I years, and five times work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. e acre fine farm with excellent lorn'ngof diphtheria, 17. (or already stand to help the accused to ac- water whenever he requests her to do mill, dwelling and other improvements, on pike, CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky le w'a a son of Mrs. M. K. Perkins, from Stantord. 4 miles so. quittal. Vernon. sympathy is felt. h'om much Semi-Week- ly Pay your Account. A. 11. Penny. A m 3TB"W FAJLILvs All In. iiF Ru.NT.-'-.M- to-d- ay ' GOODS -- WINT!M J. McRPBERTS. Pen-nv- Come and See. H. well-know- n t THE GREAT m Opening Begins. 6-- 4 New-lan- court-houB- e Hard Times will not Keep You Warm m m store-hous- e 00 HUGHES & TATE. -- m mire B UMMIKg, f SCHOOL : SUPPLIES. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Wo Bo MoM.B1E1BTB9 ' y poor-hous- e, CYCLONE REDUCTIONS sister-in-law- For Sale or Rent. first-clas- s. i Watches, Clocks, Sterling and Plated Silverware, Spectacles, for-getti- ng dam-son- s. Store For Sale. Sam-Bon- 's Danks, The Jeweler, THE BEST MADS. Secure a Bargain. BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, 1 The Stand Is a Good WATER : COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. ALWa REAL :- - ESTATE I T ... it-W- e PROPERTY, FOR 1 wwmv? Tm .. aIIkA, 1 FALL AND: WINTER GOODS. jon.; NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMFBEXjX A AUSTIN, court-hous- o Fro'rs. car-loa- l House Painting and Paper Hanging Ninety-thre- ' Sll I ill. -i- M - ,.,V - X- lifiWfcniiirinT nm 4 - ,fi M ,i ?A c Semi-Weekly j t m ii i im i tsissurjiiiiMWM Mn.jMna Interior Journal SOME SOUND - ADVICE. Mrs. Mlclit lie Vorc. lion- to Trent a ClilIU CJullty or a Slight Ewes and so llucks imported and bred by (.rati, Mrs. Weeps Doctor has just told mo ty. ville Cecil, ol lloylc. No finei or belter bred heep Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. Intho worst; husband has ill the Mate. 4 HKNIiDlCr&COOI'KR XV. GIVENS paresis. cipient Manfonl, Ky, Mrs. Kaller That's nothing to cry Is a Candidate for County Judge of The best hotel In the city and t lie only one with a sample room for drummers lispecia attention nbout; mine has dyspepsia. Onco a ject to the action of the Democracy. Lincoln, subto the traveling public Kales Ji, Week. Up Kept Moth. O. P. will sell Millinery Taac-Fayer- s. Trudont Lover I have a vital secre Ia candidate for Jailer, subject to the action ol to confide in you which you must the Democratic party He would appreciate your AT UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES The io Taies are vote. past due and will be promise to forever hold sacred. For the rest of the season Call and save monoy, collected in the SflerifPs ortice at the Kind Asple idid line ol Ladies' Underwear and Hos- and by special appointments as prescribed by the What is tho 'secret? iery kept constantly on hand. new revenue Law Deputy Sheriff O. V. JOHN M. JOHNSON Prudent Lover I want will be in Crab Orchard every Saturday. I near the water. Contact with mother ter's hand in marriage. your daughMISS LICCIK IIEAZLF.Y. or my deputy will be In my office at all limes and Is a Candicate for Assessor of Lincoln county Stanford, Ky Mail train going North 7 pm ..l 3Pm earth, which his imperative instincts Kind Parent I shall never glvo it subject to the action of the Democratic party. at Hustonville.Wajnrtburg and other points as ofSouth ten as advertised by Sheitrs official notices. The ... 11 31 pm compel him to sock, makes obedience South Express train " away. Texas Sittings. new form of Sheriff's has rendered .. H. North 31 am impossible. Dress him sensibly and itlmpoMlble lor us to canvass for Uses this year, A. GIYENS ..936 Local Freight North him pet faeo and hands dirty; they CKV 18 FOR MORE 8ILVEK. let BIS as we have heretofore dene; so all tases will be ' 207pm South... Carriage Painter and Trimmer, collected strictly in conformance to the new revewill wash. If it seems necessary that Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, subTh latter trains alio carry paiieogen. nue law. Kery whose las remains unject to the action of the Democratic party. on itandard time Solar he should be made more careful, in The above it calculated paid after November 1st wilt find his impel tvor All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and reinto it about 20 minutei falter. lauds advertised without further notice. The paired In stead of taking off the 6olled clothing;, style I'lain and ornamental financial crisis which new esists makes it abSigns. Satisfaction guaranteed In both workmanscolding him, shakinp him and ship and price. Shop on main street, over.Wm. solutely necrMary thai I collect every dollar of QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. him, let him wear the offendthe 1891 tases. as I can not espect that help Irom Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of uaugntety a oiacksmitn shop, Manfonl, Ny the Hanks which has hcictofore caused me to be ing garments for a time until ho is the democratic party pass Junction City as follows: Trains lenient with the ta payers. Please profit by this ashamed of their condition, and make No. , Vestibule Limited, n.Jo and settle at unce. Kespectluhy, COAL BURNERS m.; No. 5., him understand that if ha is careles. a. m ; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, J.J5 j. n mkneVkk, H. L. C. G. W. Now Orleans Express, i a; a. m ; No. 7., Local, Of Rowland, Stanford and Vicinity tz.ia p. m.; No. 9 , Wue Grass Vestibule, 8.40 p. he must abide by the consequences. If a Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action ol child takes sweet thing's surreptitiousthe Democracy, Having made arrangements with the East Ten Northbound No. a, Vestibule Limited, 6.4S THE P. 0. MILLINERY. p. m. ; No. 4., t ast Mail, a.jj p. m j wo. o , intga- - ly it may bo because he does not have netse JelticoCoal Co., I am now prepared to sell ., x.ocai, a.js a. ni.; a sufllcient quantity of saccharine you Jellico Coal at the lowest posalble marl,liniteu, 2.17 a. m., .o. & 0, Blue urass special, 0 a m. M. gin. I find that by pvng cash and selling for matter with his dally fowl. Give him cash lean sell much cheaper, so come and sen me Call at the room and see the more sugar or jam at his meals and a Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action and sec how little money will buy jour Winter supply of this Coal, the best on the market llttlo candy after them. Many perof tht democracy. and Boat Soloctod Thanking you for past favors and soliciting a sons can recall tho uncontrollable continuance of same, am respectfully yours, Stock S D ADAMS. Rowland. longing for sweetmeats which haunted Of Millinery In town, The goods and prices arc their childhood. At the same time bound to please you. Is a Candidate for Alienor, subject to the action make the offender understand that ho MRS V T COURTS. of the Democratic party. D. S. has for a time forfeited your perfect confidence; that you would have given old stand ol J. II. Green, in At the WlMrv to Flutl lllm. D. him what he wanted had he asked for y owes me some monHustonvillo, - - Kontucky, it; so ho has been foolish as well as ey and I wish I could And him. Is a candidate for to the office of Assessor, of Lincoln County, subject to ictioii of the Would be clad to see his numerous friends and greedy, and that no manly man seizes Stone Tho last I heard of him ho NICHOLAS VII.t.K, Jessamine County, Ky. show them his stock of goods ronsisting of Furniwnat no wants without stopping to had gono up in the country on a fish- democratic party. ture. Saddlery, Hardware, llugglesand Farming is getting it rightfully ing trip. ask whether he Implements. Give him a call. or wrongfully. Ho will appreciate tho Cobble But he must have returned. force of your argument, and tho 'next Stone Then why don't 3011 inquire Is a candidate for jailer, subject'lo the action ol Absolutely MRS. tlmo tho doughnuts tempt him ho will at, the inebriate asylum? Judge. the democracy. Room 5, Farmers Kschange Hank. be far more likely to resist than if he TEACHER of VOICE CULTURE, I'roof Euough. had been whipped for taking them. Stock, Grain, Market and TobacA cream of tarter baking pow- That inward monitor which wo coll He "What proof have I that you .v:nd Is a candidate for jailer, subject to the action of co Farms in the Blue-Gras- s der. Higest of all in leavening conscience is with tho boy when we really love me? Did the old J etTrrsonlan democracy. stanford, kentucky. She Proof I not dance with cannot watch him. If we can arouse strength. latest United States that and keep it on tho alert we have you at tho Astorbllt ball? Timber Lands in the and Sight-Roadin- g Always forforsale. Al Correspondence solicited,mounChorus Government Food Report. B. "Yes, but I don't consider that any sale. tains provided a better safeguard than the Froo. affwetion." Is ROYAL!BAKINCrPOWDER CO., fear of punishment. Ladies' Homo proof of would if you knew how badly thea Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of Session commences Sept. 6, but pupils can enter Democracy "You Journal. anr time. 106 Wall St., New York. you dance." N. Y. Weekly. H. CUTE DAISY FACES. W. W. HAYS, A. S. ..STANFORD Would Not II Nntlcxl. ITRE AND STORM Amusing Employment for might Little-MeApplicant Yes, madam, I wish to Is a candidate lor jailer, subject to the actiou ot SURGEON DENTIST. and Women. and secure board, but I must inform you the dcinociacy stasis, Office over McRiberts Drug Store inthe n From tho farmer's point of view the that I am a vegetarian, madam. ... Representing,. Owsley Building. Is a worthless weed, especially If daisy Mrs. Slimdiet Oh, that will bo all Stanford At John Mncfcc's nrw brick on Depot licet, by his farm is overrun by them. Esthetic right. You will not bo expected to eat Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Is a candidate for jailer, subject to the action ot city people, however, delight to wear tho meat. W. RAMSEY, .ono of the others ever do. the democracy. Manchester, of Manchester, Kng.; the weed and beautify their house with N. Y. Weekly. Who will at all times be glad to accommodate all them; by it poet have been inspired, Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; with good rifs at reasonable rates, My'Huttll SAM M. Left Too Soon. and not long ago their verses on the sS Ins. Co. of North America. meet all K. C. trains. Winks What an unbearably conceitIs a candidate lot SherlfTof Lincoln county, subsubject wero collected In a large quar- LOGAN AVENUE, All of which are Companies. I wouU ject tu the acUon of the democratic I rimary. ed fellow that Lighthead is. be pleased to wait o nmy friends in this tin. Pol. Yes; I think ho must have Jinks SPLENDID FARM icies promptly issued, will insure against torna: : does, wind storms and lightning Lightning left college in tho freshman year. D. without additions! charts Always'sells' goods lower than anyone else in Good News. Office at Pint National Hank, Stanford. Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub town. New stock ol rruits every Friday. Trungrefshu. with you. Kaller Let me sympathize boo-ho- o WALLACE E. VARNON, ty Judge; subject to the action of democratic Is n candidate for to the otBce of Counpar- For Sail. The underlined have for sale 40 Tn Floronc Hotl, Southdown JELLICO, TKNNKSSKE, When a child does tvrotiR' we should Publlahod Evory Tuoaday and Friday trj to probe to the sprinp of the AT nnd npply the remedy there. If SU J?KIt YKiVUIX ADVANCJC ho disobeys wo should nslc ourselves whether the obedience we demanded Dot o paid 32, SO will be charged." was reasonable, nnd whether to render it did not require him to overcome a temptation beyond his power to'resist. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. To dress a child in spotless attire, and Train naves Kowiand at 7:00 a. ra., returning send him out to play with the injunction not to soil his clothes, is as futile at 3:10 p.m. ns to tell him to swim without colnir L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. no-Haj-Wh- en JAMES HUFFMAN TO THE LADIES. 1 3J-6- w . TO All rant enurt-hnv- te New-lan- -- J. JOHN first-clas- s DcNAROI, g tat-pay- DINK FARMER FsSouth-bound- .- 1 DEBORD TO -- F. EEKIN, post-ofl- ir Largost I JNO. BRIGHT so-j-m CARPENTER, Cobble--Jagwa- E. KENNEDY. well-know- n J. T. FAHRA, m. Mtawaep J W.L.DAWSON, Pure J. F.DUNN, piano. JOHN BAILEY, 1 JOHN MERSHON Class Class. 5l-j- m flHftlD PRICE, J. BAUGHMAN, . PETER HAMPTON, OWENS, imi m J. m INSURANCE AGENT' C. D. POWELL, GIXTERAIi STORE, Kentucky, Pro'r., first-cla- Stanford, T. NEWEAND, Fot Sale Clicnp Privately. twill sell privately Not Guilty. ject to the action of the democratic primary. IDeA-HRir- . Dairy, Irora which I enn supply any quantity ol ereey milk to the people of Stanford and How-an- d at the lollowiug prices, delivered: so cents 'Fresh Milk, per gallon 10 centa Sidmmed Milk, r gallon 8 cents .. Cutter Milk, per gallon will make two trips dally. The patronise of the G. A. PEYTON, public Is solicited. Stanford, Ky ,1.1 yr, I will open on January tSth, 1893, a First-Cla- ss good deal Uko work, Isn't It? Second Tramp I don't know. nercr did any. Brooklyn Life. First Tramp Eating this steak Is a I T. J. HATCHER Is a Candidate fsr Jailer of Lincoln county and asks his friends not to commit themselves to any one else, as he is forced 10 stay at home and work. His candidacy is subject to the action ol the Democratic party. My Splendid Farm of 150 Acres, Situated il, miles South ol Stanford. This farm Is in a high stale of cultivation and has plenty of the best ol water All In grass but 40 acre's. Has the very best of improvements VV. W HAYS, Stanford, Ky f 47-t- THE 60FFEY HOUSE STANKOKD, KY., THE 7 sell tickets to Cincinnati at lj fares for the round trip, on account of to volume. Little children are ahvuys the Voting Men's Institute Meeting of ..i have had pleased to pick the "pltty f'owers," Grand Council. See agents or address and it is for their special benefit that W. K. Kineareon, G. I. A., Cincinnati. Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and wo have had engraved some "daisy At safaces" from a tracing made by a lady have in connection with Hotel one of the best A Good Thing to Keop at Hand. loons lu the State, open day and night; anight who found, In a country visit, several all trains. In connection with Houw man meets Vrnm ih Trav. Kit.. Chief Some sears aeo the have alio one of the best Mineral wells in and fetati children busily engaged in cutting we were wry much subject to set ere spells of choland for reference to water, call on Mr. FloydMrs them out, getting the idea from one of era morbus; and nowwhen we feel any symptoms G W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. that usually preceed that ailment, such as sickness Erin, Tenn . A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. their picture books. The skillful use at the stomach, diarrhoea, etc.. we become scary Proctor. C II. Braum, Mr. and Mrs T. V. of a pair of scissors will enable any Wu have found Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Johnson, Diarrhoea Remedy the scry thinn to straichteu Rates New Haven, Jim Cox, Greensburir. a call Jj per child old enough to bo trusted with one out in such C.KCS, ana always ue.p aoout them (and if not, mamma or amity can We are not writing this fur a pay estimonial, but day. J. M. Petrcy, clerk. Give me . W CARRIER, Prop ' g8oiy do it for them), to trim the petals, to let our readers know wh.it is a good Wthlnj to II marking in with pen or pencil the fea- hac handv in the house. For sale by Druggist, .Stanford. tures to represent old ladies, babies, Indians, Chinamen, etc. Tho artist Anions the incidcots of childhood that stand our memory reverts F. B. has perhaps clalxirated these faces be out in bold relief, as young, none are more to the when we were mother Kentucky. yond what the young artists can copy, days thanrememberssickness.it The young promisevere nent London, was Chamberlain's that but even simple dots will be effective, ividly turn ray new Hotel and am better cured her of croupj and I have moved to Couth Remedy always prepared than ever to accommodate the public. nnd of eaeh result it can be truly said: administers it to her own offspring amiMcltob-ert"This isadalsy!" Country Centleman. with the beat result' For sale by W II Good Livery attached aadeery convenience 25-2- J Thk Q & C. and L. S. announce a one fare rate to Versailles 27-2- S on account of of the Orphan Brigade, tho with special train from Lexington at 9 a. m. on the 27th. The same roads will JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. THE OLD JACKSON HOUSE, SAM II WARNACK, Pror Noticeothe Traveling Public. b-olto- London, - - KENTUCKY. The n House, Refitted and refurnished and in every way pre pared to attend the wants of the public RMet very reasonable. 5 'm This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now In my charge and I intend to conduct it w as to This nstice forewarns hunter, fishermcc and not only maintain its high reputation, but to add others not to trespass on our lands without per mission, as all suih will he prosecuted to the full to its long list ol friends, bpetiat accommodaest eatentof the law Signed tions for cemmerclal tratelers and hoe rooms fur M. LACKOtt'irZ. the dltploy of samples. T D NKWLAND. V. H. HA VS. AZFirst-Clns- s ('. C LYON. KREDHACMANN. And MILLIARD and POOLROOMS sttached R L WHITK. I JOSEPH COKFKV. MRS M A. MARTIN. J L HF.CK. T C HALL PEIKK IIAl.MKK Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., POSTED. Saloon J7-- BvBBBBalSjBBELBV Th.0 Pecos Valley. Mintrsand shippers ol the OLNUINK Original Jellico Coal. ""'"". 11 RILEY RIL.EY,-Proprietor, HOUSE Try it. We are the sole agents for .Stanford Jand The finest fruit belt of New Mexico. No fall wince tornir ui wrpoi street anu railurc in ctops under irrigation if properly attended road crossing, to. All fruits gruwu III California can be grown 6 IIH'.niNS WATTS. In New M.slco, eicepl oranges and lemons. Land from J5 to Jv per acreon 10 years' time, at .TO. 6 per cent. Call on or address. Duroc Red Jersey Swine R. H. BRONAUCH, a Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. 1 R C MiJltCiAN, Stanlord. Ky. D D S , The People of Stanford AND LINCOLN COUN IV Thanking vou f nr y Jiir liberal t atronage for att rai-n- , 1 in-- . iiuiiy is continuance during the coming season. Indeed I espect all to use tho wm 111 m imm seen, lu a. Give me a call. Tho IVrfect IVmtlst Klcure. A Wisconsin girl would like to know tho measurements for a perfect figure of a young lady of 20 years. Answer: ROWLAND, KY. Age, 20; height, 5 feet 4 inches to.') feet A)i weight, 118 to 1!W pounds; bust, DEALER IN CROCERIES, HARDWARE, 82H to 83 inches; waist, 21 to Vil Now Try This McKINNKV, KY. Has moved into his new store at the junction of Inches; bust over biceps, 41 to 42 you nothini; and will surely do ydu It will Stanford (i Crib Orchard and "(Hifolf pikes the I have bought above trouble with mentioned" Hotel at Mo to i inches; shoe good if you have a cough, cold or anyNew Discovbetter Rowland it please theand Is nowboth than ever prepared inches; ankle, OJfone Kinney aud have attached a Dr throat, trade in to size, This is standard. Others ery for chest or lungs CoughsKing's Colds is and Consumption, be or to tflve rebel or Bar and Fool Room. STOCK Ol'' GOOIJS, .PRICES, give waist measurement an inchthe- hutferers from La Grippemoney will just paid back, First-Cla- ss the thing found it possibly two inches larger, on the . and under its use had a speedy and pcrlect He has re' ently added greatly to hi stock ory Etc. Have repaired and Jrel'irulshed the Hotel and that a strictly perfect form must bad Try a sample bottle at our expense and aud ha Ing 110 rent tu pay and no loss bybody. dents I all not have a compressed waist. There learn Tor yourself just how good a thing It is. Tri- am better than ever he can sell you goods cheaper than any drug store. Large at tnd get his prices befereouyiug are, however, various authorities, none al bottles freeand A. R Penny's Prepared to Accommodate the Ji. sjc 30 cents of which ngree. Some prefer Juno, Public. Specimen Cases. others Venus, and yet others some falrj'-llk- o New Cassel, Wis , was troubled I Special attentioujto Commercial Men. would bo of creature who S. H Clifford, I W OH Neuralgia and Rheiimatitm Having purchased the but llttlo value to tho world other than with disordered, his liver was atfected; his anstomach JOE CARSON, Manager. KKN. Proprietor. alarmto was ns an ornament or a plaything. It ing degree, appetite fell away and he was terribly aud seems, however, to be conceded by reduced in flesh cured strenjth. Three bottles 01 : him. those who are best qualified to judge Electric Hitters Kdward Shepherd, Harrisburg, lllm and sore on his leg of eight years running Ramsey, lam increasing thestockas that the medium is most toic desired. Of J ing. Uod three bottles of Electric Hitters and Jenness Miller Magazine. fast aa.powible and will soon have it Salve and his seven hoses of Hucklen's Arnica jr. HI. ECIXiTOIsT Hrcedcr and shipper of thoroughbred Duroc Red lruKsists, Stanford, Kv. Jersey Swine. A fine lot ol plj;s lor sale, pnira nnaUn-i-f ilmin-J- . subject to r gislcr CorresVnr 3 lamr liar V or nam in the side or chest trv pondence solicited, 5s in saturating a piece of flannel with Chamberlain's I'aln Italui and binding It onto the .uTecled parts This treatment will cure any ordinary case in one or two days. I'aiti Italm alio cures n eumatlsm , Iirug-glst50c bottles for sale by W. II. McKoberts, Stanford. s, $25 REWARD. On the night ol 1gu1l at, igj, a Horse. Duck board and harness were stn.cn Irom m) st.iblo In Stanford, Ky. The Horse is a Cliesnut Sorrel, about ten years old, white in fate, almut it1) hands high, while feel, bad wind pull on right fund leg; rather thin lu ordtr '1 he Huckbnard has sidebar springs, red running gear with hlaik body. The Dutch collar harness nearly new I will gie 8j reward lor recovery of the prop, M F KLKIN, erty Stanford, Ky. 31 MANUFACTURED "iuiiinii ICE, l,t Commercial Hotel, 3. ct For these reasons First, it is male by a home .Second, Ihe, Ice is absolutely and institution chemically pure, being mad. fntu spring waler. anu men lareiiiuy filtered """" before being froaen Third, Artificial Ice will much lunger than pond Ice. Fourth, an epidemic of cholera is looked lur during the year and nothing is so apt to produce or spread this disease as impure water or Ice. Fifth, it will bej Euar-antee- d sicov-cry- 37-'- y COME to SEE ME. YY Saturday, Sept. 16, 1893, 150 ACRES OF Has brick residence In good stale of cultivation and other good buildings and is well watered, Possession A the house und cultivating land given as toon at rented. There arc 3$ acres in meadow, jo for small grain, a; for com and 70 in blue-gra- ss Note on la month's tin r, well anil timothy will be required. At the same'tlme and place I will sell head of Horse Slock, consisting of a brood mares, t Urge family horse 16 hands, sale and gentle, 3--) ear old mare by Mark Time, ill fual to Garner's Denmark, 1 weanling mare cult by same, 1 weanling horse colt by Silver Chimes, (lain by Judge Roger and nut of a Prince Albert mare, pair of good work mules, 15 hands high, 6 milk cows, $ weanling calves, a yearling steers, a yearling heifers, a 1,000 pound feeders, 30 well-bred Kvery morning at the following Prices. For 100 pounds or oser 40c per hundred. I will rent at public auction on the premises, a For jo pounds to 100 mile Kast of Crab Oichard, on sjc per hundred. For 10 to 50 pounds.. 50c per hundred. No less than to poundsidelivrred. o K. IIKEMKK. My Farm of Public Sale and Renting Delivered Regularly and Punctu-alt your Doors l Grocery Business FINE LAND, ITew Millinery. My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has just re turned Irom the cities with an elegant line of mil. Iiuery, embracing Complete In Every Par- ticular. Wedding Garment Itliyme. Call at my Mow on Lancaster street and I will make it to your interest to trade with mo. superstitions respecting the ding garments run thus: Old You havo chosen all rlRht; Married In gray, You will bo far away; Married In black. You will wish youruclf back; Married In red, You will wish yourself dead; Married in green. Ashamed to be seen: Married In blue, You will alwnys be true; Married In pearl. You wilt live in a whirl: Married In yellow, Ashamed of the fellow: Married la brown, You will live out of town: Married In pink. Ycur spirits will Mnlc wed- leg is sound and weir John Speaker, Catawba, O., had five fUrge feser sore, on Ins leg; doctors said he was incurable. One bottle of Electric ri c Hitters and one bos Hucklen's Arnica Salve oired him entirely. Sold by A. R. Penny, druggist- BANK -:- (Hi lO'! THE JEWELER. - ALL OF THE NOVELTIES Of the teaiAu, ol hich she will have lull control. She also engaged a Firt-Olas- Married In white. i John k'. r13. W.C. HUTCHINCS. Cattleman. A. G. Lanham STANFORD, Ilaby wan sick, wu Ravi her Costorl. she was a Child, sha cried f r Castori. she became MUs, aha clung to CastorK she had Children, she ge ve them CastorU. s Dress-Make- r. it - ROYAL insurance Company When When When When Stock Most Complete of:liverpool, MANAGERS, BARBEE&CASTLEMAtf A that tcure.comes The ses Pretty Accessories. from a tori'iu pretty accessory to a gown and ervtbins of this nature.it is r only guaranteed the biliousness, all bronchial, Commerce Building, Louisville ono which makes an old waist look scrofula. I.. ?.".'. In 'r.l,.,w i.vrv for tn of ", e" . " new consists of a flounce of laco fallcousuin,.tton (or lan Agents throughout the South. scalp ing from tho neckband in straight even and in the most stubborn uses . It neer folds nearly to tho waist in front, fold- diseases, if money u.-talis 10 uenciiv on W. . TBIBBLE, Local Agont, ing epaulets and the shoulders, a collar have your Nasal Catarrh porftiyely cured by Dr all in ono nisico. Chronic in the iyV, KV. cents; by di-a- Pierces It covers a good deal ot ground-l- ir. you hear Golden Medical Discovery. And when you think many diseases perhaps that it cures so be true." Hut if only reasoi.a-i,- " good to flesh builder and strength restorer, nothing like the Discovery Is known to z&BSmfci iffjinUiHitrwi Vair"1 .rill 1 rl.nur . lVtftt ..'WJCr WM OILVERW6 ,''( -- - - (STANFORD, Sage'i Remocy. jo Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair work. One call will convince you that this is the place to trade. young ewes; nearly full stock houthdowiis, Southdown llucks, 6 hogs, a sows and MAKV DAVIS DUDDERAR. pigs, lot first class old corn, 36 stacks nice timothy hay, ao acres corn In field, straw rick, lard, bacon, I arming implements, consisting of a THOMAS VEACER. new, wheat drill, smoothing har- JAMKS YKAOER. wagons-on- e a (JHJli't turning plows, new set row, wagon harness, family wrtlagr, jj stands l bees and no honey taken this year, large lot of household and kitcken furniture, 1 new Upright Piano, wardrobes, Domestic sewing mactuYie, cooking stove, new inlng rocm and cool. rig stove and many other articles too numerous to mention All sums of J10 and under cash; over Tt-timo that amount u months' inte-s- on good negotiable STANFORD, B.Y. notes, with 6 per cent, renting is made preparatory to This sale and We are In our new atable in the Opera Hous boeaking up Block aud are well supplied with Call on II. O Cover, near MilleJguvrllc, for further information. MRS. M. A. SINOLF.TOV, ,NEW RIGS ANDZHORSES Ciab Orchard, Ky. 1 1 corn-shelle- r, 1 Call and examine my stock of Millinery before buying and leave your order for your dresses. I hanking you for past favors we solicit same. M YEAGER & VEAGER, mil m and sal: stable, t house-keepin- Have been purchased and notllngbut farms, running urnojts will leave thd stable. I olfer for sale privately sl from 10 to aco acres. Will sell one or all. Half cash, balance on long time with 6 per cent interest. Correspondence solicited d ll.G.UOVtlt, Milledgcville, Ky. first-clt- si Give them a Call. 4,-t- - v? V Jt i