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Stamford, Ky., Beitemhei. 15,1893
W. P. WALTON.
THE : WORLD'S : FAIR,
AND AMERICAN RAILWAYS.
Th Queen & Crescent Itoute, widely known i
the road running the "1'iueat Train in the South,
it In the field to carrr everybody from the South
t the World's Klr 11 Chicago. No pert of the
Southern"eountry It left uncared for by thii great
railway and ill connection!. The Through Car
System U an admirable imposition ol the
capabilities of American railroading Krom
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
line n.rth el the rirtr,anj riturnin Ia another
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
n lookinic up rooms or accommodations for visit-on
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,
II YOU ARE OOING
NORTH OR TflTEST,
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.
HAGC.AGK CHECKED THROUGH
For any Information t.oulre of
JOKS HICK. Agent,
Or bUntord, Ky
W. W rKNN.Trav. I'att Agenl,
Junction City, Ky
NW Minim II
Schedule June , iSy
LEAVE NORTON DAILY
11:05 a m for Graham, Klueficld, Pocahontas
lid all stations Flat Top and Pocahontas Divis-
3:00 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
leave Minefield daily at 6 10 a m, 8 30 m, 1 03
p mand o$ p m
Leave 610m and 8 jopu m dally for
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
Trains arrive at Notion Irom the East daily at
II oj p m and J 4! P ru "T ', ,
For further Inlormation ai 10 schedules, ralei
Ac . apply to agent! of Norfolk .V Western Rail
toad or to W. II. UK V ILL,
Gen, Pan. Agt Roanoke, Va.
M F. IIRAC.C.
Trav. Past. Agent
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO
Baltimore, Now York,
And atl other Eastern Cities.
Shortest Line between I,outsvlllc, Leingtonnd
IN EFFECT NOV. 1, 1S91
EAST HOUND. Lvc.
Atlantic Expron No. 11, daily 7.10pm
Mldlsnd Accommodation, No, 16. ei. Sun.11.40am
VeMihuled Express, No. 14 daily 6.10pm
Ml. Sterling Accom., No. 8, ex.Suu. 5s)pm
1 WEST HOUND. Arr. Lexington:
Lexington Accom,, No. 7, ex Sun 7 33am
Louisville Kxpress No. 11, dally 11.40pm
Lexington Accom. No. 13, 'ex Sun 413pm
Veitibulcd Expreta No: ij, daily 6.10pm
Solid Vpitilmled Tralne with Dining Can. Ne
Through Sleepers from Lcxinglan without
H W FULLER, (Ml. RYAN,
Gen. Pats. At;t, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agt.,
Washington, I). C. Cincinnati.
bost is qaantr. 1ST u O.CAUTT.
FOR 20 YEARS
Has lod all Worm Remedies.
EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED.
Trtpsrt y KKHiBDSON BIUIfliK tU BT. tOCIS.
Work That IUialroe )rrt Cure avnd Con
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
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
to 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.
TO CLEAN DRESSES.
Follow IMrvrtloa Ilnrn Glean aail Ten
Will Not Is lWppoltt.
Get five cent' worth of soap bark
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
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-colored
woolen 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.
NICE SEWING BASKET.
A Charming Novelty When Properly Slmtr
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
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-for
tho two gathering strings. Tho
basket is ornamented on opposite sides
with bows and ribbons matching the
lining in color. N. V. World.
IajIIimi for faluful Swelling..
No 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
subdued by tho following lotion.
Mothers and housekeepers should note
that this Is included in their list of
handy household remedies: One-half
ounce of sugar of lend, gallon
of water and one-half pint of alcohol
should Ihj thoroughly mixed together,
and kept in a stono jug ready for use.
When it is to bo used shako well, then
saturate cloths with it, and lay over
the affected parts. When thoy become
dry and warm, simply moisten them
with a small quantity of tho lotion.
This trul j "acts like a charm."
Bo Sweet, Voa Know.
A forget-me-not lunchoon Is now
given by tho bridesmaids of an engaged
young woman iu honor of her approaching
marriage. The decorations are all
blue, tho guests wear posies of the forget-me-not
dear to lovers, and tho
llowers at the feast, all in blue, uro arranged
in hearts and true lover's knots.
Aa to Hands.
Largo hands glvo great attention to
detail; small bauds to the general effect;
small hands plan, large hands
riainui'S'i in 'ru:tu t.iiiMt
Plai'i "l'i' i. Ii':e t .Vnvy rMn eivvr
in t'tt'r ' ' ' " - r li af
fect I t. ' 1. it t:t
Inconvenience of Knowleilge.
First Medical Student What's worrying
Second Medical Student You know
I am desperately in lovo with Miss
"Yes, nnd I havo noticed Intcly that
sho has 11 sad, dreamy, soulful expression."
"That's it. I don't know whether
it's lovo or her liver." N. Y. Weekly.
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
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.
Hunter morning, dear Mr.
Lion Shut up, and get out of my
way, or ni bite your head off.
Hunter Don't snap me up like that!
How They Learn.
Little Dot I don't see how cows can
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.
Spared Krery Annoyance.
"Why do you cross tho street every
time you see me coming?" asked a
gentleman of another. "Aro you
trying to avoid tho payment of that
"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.
Hard Luck Story.
Ruffcn Old fellow, you look blue.
Aro you on tho wrong side of the
Tumbull Market nothing! I moved
yesterday, the truckman broko twenty-five
dollars' worth of the furniture,
I lost a five-dollar bill, the gas company
held mo up for double tho usual
deposit, and I've just been drawn on u
jury. Chicago Tribune.
Peter I don't think ore
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.
Harper's Young People.
Ileulta May Differ.
Teacher If a woman buys u pound of
forty-cent coffee nnd a pound of twenty-cent
coffee, how much does sho pay?
Hoy (who has worked In a grocery
store) That depends on whether sho
gets' em separate or asks for two
pounds ofblondt'd." Good News.
Llder Kerry Joblots made a bad
break in church to-day.
Mrs. Herry What did ho do?
Elder Horry Subscribed ten dollars
toward sending Dr. Thirdly to Europe,
and offered to double tho amount if
the would make it Africa. Life.
letter Stay at Home.
Mrs. Wutts So yon havo been playing
poker again, have you? I havo a
great notion to go homo to father.
Mr. Watts Better stay where yo"
arc. The old man lost all he had awl
all he could borrow Inst night. Indianapolis
A Horrible Nightmare.
Weary Wntklns I don't wunt no
more sleep again for a year.
Wandering Willyum Wot's eatln'
Weary Wntklns I slep' las' night
an' dreamed I was workin'. Chicago
Two Great Division.
"Did vou have a heavy rainfall yesterday?"
"No; only enough to wet the just."
"What ubout tho unjust?"
"Oh, they had borrowed all the umbrellas."
Not of the Four Hundred.
Little Miss Pugg Wo is goln to Europe.
Little Miss Freckles II uh 1 You is
goin' to Europe 'cause it's cheap. Wo
Is goin' to tho world's fair. Good
Ilia Only Chance.
Mother (impatiently) Willie, you
mustn't interrupt mamma while sho is
Willie (petulantly) Well; I can't
keep quiet all tho time. Puck.
Hingo Things always taste the satnn
In this house.
Mrs. Hingo You mustn't complain,
ray dear. Wo havo had tho same cook
for two Judge.
Sho hid her lovely auburn bead
Upon his manly breast
" I will be yours," abe coyly said,
"That ring has stood the test"
Detroit Free Preas.
She Wanted dome of Theiu.
Husband I saw somo ntco trout Is
the market this morning.
Wifo Did you? Well, I wish you'd
go fishing this afternoon. Truth.
I rose with great alacrity
To offer her my seat,
Twas a question whether she or 1
Would stand upon my feet
A HOMEMADE COUCH.
It la Comfortablo and Looks Rather
Any Person of Some Ingenuity
and a lilt of Skill In the Haiuillnr
of Toola Hhonld lie Able to
Tho "settle" which was n fcaturo of
tho habitations of our grandfathers
was of home manufacture, and it was
strong so much at least ran be said
for it, but when it comes to -eulogizing
those old settles on the score of comfort,
a very vivid imagination is required.
Its angularity and hardness,
however, woro probably not noticed In
those days as they would be at present,
because the people wcro not then familiar
with many of tho comforts and
luxuries that pertain to living in the
latter part of the, nineteenth century.
What a sigh of contentment
" would have given could he havo
stretched himself out for an evening's
nap, after a hard day's toll, upon such
a couch as is figured herewith! There
wore no springs, covered with soft material,
in tho rough affair on which ho
stretched his weary limbs, but there
aro in this one. The slats across tho
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-
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
used in this way at present, and can be
bought in rich, soft and handsome patterns,
tho portieres of the material
known as "raw silk" being excellent
for this purpose.
The frame work is so plainly shown
that explanation is hardly needed, and
the young person or the older person
who has some ingenuity and a bit ni
skill in handling tools ought to be
able to make a couch of this sort, that
if not a "joy forever" will certainly
prove a joy for no small number of
years. Country Gentleman.
Hoane Are Constitutional, Others Are lino
There ure several kinds of wriukles.
Some women whose lives are comparatively
free from care have their faces
furrowed with lines that do not indicate
age nor trouble. Such are the
wrinkles that might be called constitutional
A young society woman in New York,
well known to havo hud a slngulurly
care-free life, has a forehead seamed
with horizontal lines that result entirely
from a trick she has of raising
her eyebrows when she is talking earnestly
or emphatically. Ilurper's
states thut it is a family peculiarity,
that was possessed by her mother,
her grandmother, and doubtless her
great-grandmother before her. As the
wrinkles do not impart to her faco an
expression of ill temper or irritability,
they are not objectionable except In
so far as they mar the smoothness of
Such wrinkles aro readily distinguishable
from the traces of petulance
or ill health the perpendicular
creases botween the brows that indicate
a frequent frown, tho drooping
lines at tho corner of the mouth that
suggest discontent or distress, tho
crow's feet about the eyes that herald
approaching age. From all these a
woman may well wish to bo free.
Man wrinkles may be uvoided by
tho woman who will take pains with
her expression when she Is by herself.
Sho who bends over her book, her
desk, or her sewing with knitted brow
and compressed or working lips need
not be surprised if her face refuses
to smooth itself when she turns to
employments. It would cost her
very little trouble to avoid such tricks
Happiness In the Home.
In tho family rclatlou every ono
should be at his best. The home ought
to be a heaven. It ought to be as
nearly heaven as is possible on earth.
There should bo no purposely withered
llowers ubout the hearthstone and
no purpobcly clouded sunbeums. Selfishness
alone ought to be sufficient to
make homo conduct exemplary. Certainly
all want n pleasant homo. Certainly
all want smiles instead of
frowns. Homo should be just ono continual
blaze of sunshine, lint it cannot
bo whilo some member of tho family
circle is snapping and fault-finding and
selfish. Do people ever go more deliberately
and insanely at work to mako
themselves miserable than they do
when they deliberately cloud tho lights
of tho only place on earth where thoy
havo any reason to expect anything
llko perfect quiot ami happiness?
Woman's Homo Journal.
PENTRF COLLFGF Danville, Ky.
" WWIsjIbIsjIJIbi This historic collego, tho oldost
mm west or tho AllcRhanlos, opons Its session Soptembor 13th,
Nearly 1,'JOO Alumni. 6,000 students educated. Threo full courses, Classical,
Sclontlile and Elective. Among Its Alumni Collego President,
Koprosentntlvcs In Congress, llvo U. S. Senators, soven Governors ol
States, two of U.S., ono Justice of U. S.Huprotno Court. Tho past
year was tho most prosperous In Its history. Twolvo professors In faculty. Gov.
Knott, Dr. Young and warrall. No liquors sold in tho county,
iorcatalc cuo aud further Information, address Rev. Dr. C. l'ount, Danville, Ky,
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lJ.it Mile, Ky.
jRE EVIDENCE That the blood is
wrong, and that nature is endtav
cring to throw off the impurities.
Nothing is so beneficial in assisting
nature as Swift's Specific (S. S. S.)
It is a simple vegetable compound. Is
harmless to the most delicate child, yet
it forces the Poison to the surface and
eliminates it from the blood.
I contracted a severe case of blood polsoa
that unfitted me for business for four rears. A
few bottles ei Swift's Specific (S. S.SJ cured
ne. J. C.Jones, City Marshal,
Treatise on Wood and Skin Diseases mailed
(raa. Swirr Sracuic Co, Atlanta, Ua.
" Mothers' Friend " is a scientifically
prepared Liniment, every ingredient
of recognized value and in
constant use by the medical profession.
These ingredients are combined
in a manner hitherto unknown
WILL DO all that is claimed for
it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor,
Lessens Pain. Diminishes Dancer to
Life of Mother and Child. Book I
to ' ' Mothers " mailed FREE, con-
taining valuable information and j
voluntary testimonials. I
Sentbr eiprsss on receipt of price f l.so pr',ottla 1
IRADFIELO RE8ULAT0R CO., Atlanta. Os.
OLD BY ALL DRUOOISTa. '
CURES NOTfflM 8UT PILES.
A SURE and CERTAIN CURE
known for 10 yenrs as tho BEST
REMEDY FOR PILES.
frfar4 by BKIURDSni HKDimt TO., ST. 10US.
SHELBYVILLE, KT.-An J'.nellsh and
School for Girts. Sixty-ninth Annual
Session opens Wednesday, Sept. Cth, 1893. H
Prepares for Wellesley. VV. T. POYNTER.
E C WALTON.
Correspondence with good
a ttactiotis solicited.
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LIVERY ST ABXJC
P. W. GREEN, Prop.
This stable, which Is run n connection with the
well-known Mers House, lusfbecn supplied with
A New Lot of Horses, Carriages,
1 Buggies, Wagons,
nil lUuimer's Suppl es and Is better than ever
prepaie uupply the public with
FIRST-CLASS RIGS OF ALL KINDS.
Personal ami promplattention given to Weildius
Parties and Kurials
At.. IIUUNS. Manager. Proprietor.
GOOD PAY !
FOR GOOD WORK!
For Ladies or Gentlemen !
S5 to $500 Cash!
According to rcsulta accomplished ;
in addition to a liberal commisciou of
twenty per cent. (
No Impossibilities or Uncertainties.
Every thing Fair, Honorable,
Plain and Positive.
See programme in the
of our Fourth Annual Contest among
Agents for largest clubs.
AS?" An Agency for the Weekly
Exqi'inm is a profitable business. It is
the be&t school in the world to prepare
crc for a business contact with the
public, a to business
qualification and future prosperity.
Wo want good Agents to solicit for
'uiisciiptiois. The inducements art