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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888121801 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 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. .. .'V V .yr- - .Tw 111 Semi-Weekl- y x; I lL- -r Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER d8. d888. CHURCH vol. xvi. An Appoal. (To tlie'Klitor of the Interior Journit.J To the Stewards of tlio M. K. Cliurcli NO. H9 AFFAIRS. - HUSTONVILLE. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. South, .Stunfonl, Ky: ft. J ". r w.wasHahab. "Workout your salvation." Have yuu settled it, that you will to enbo saved without works VU-ibokinirdom, in the Hible ter Into Christ's do not injunction t'hiistlan friends, feel willing' to risk my ImpM for salvaworks. With tion without some faith and jwod works you niv safe, true but faith without works is Mead. What dors It profit if u man says ho ha, faith uml has no works? Will faith save him? Fnltli is dead without works. 15c. ye doers of the word and not bearers only, yourselves, lly unkn faith is Now I don't say your made works will save you, but do say without good works you are risking mon than I feel willing to risk, with tho before me. (iissl works, pleasing in the sight of Sod, is to labor in His vineyard; visiting tho sick, the fatherless; with duo prominence given to work in His Church; building up the same; His ministers and thereby strengthening and promoting the of Christ. Tills you can't do without paying your preacher. And now, christian friends and don't only mean the stewards, but every member of Unchurchwill wo not go to work at once? And If wo stretch ourselves a little beyond our measure, that i, a littlo over in Christ's csuso, it '...r...' i Inirl I irul lnvnx n litllinil. ....... ...-. ..,--nun 'fill giver, and just now your paster needs it. Tho honor of the. chinch asks it, and (iod demands it. Christian friends, what are you going to do? Do this let every member that is able pay his dues. Goto work and relieo your pastor's present needs. I have written this appoal with duo respect and with feelings feel that it of christian duty. Indeed, is almost criminal to bo so careless about your pastor's support, after Confoionce sent him to preach for you iti holy tho tilings. Christian friends, membei-sochurch, read your disciplines; learn and do your duties. (Soto work in God's muse and make your salvation sure. II. Van Akmiai.k, Senior Steward M. K. Church, South, Stanford, Ky. r 1 Oka it UHirriinr.N: -- Not Mnj: llo to jjut toolitin-t- i but vi'iy M'ltlom, 1 tloslru toiitliliorwyuH tliih iiotf. I liwirnro. mtmoy. Kvntis, our junior, is if you know your jmstor, you win Now find him to liu u until that nttendn to IiIh own dutioH iroiiiptly, nml perhaps would "k '" mIiiiosI Htiirvo lii'foru how 111 1m' Ills I'libliH-- t of BtywanlM or cliurt-l- i incui-Ikt- s to pay his claims piomptly. Ho is not thu mini to tpilt his ministry o hoi w tables, or to do tho work of his stewards. Indeed, It is not his bnnim." to bother himself about his support or his claim P'dd. Aivordiii! to the discipline mid law of our Church, it is tho duty mill business of his stewards to see his mIIowciI claim tiu-- t and paid ipuutorly. And Just now your pastor has been nt considenible expense to move; has to pay and BUpplios of coal, provisions, !fci, to lay in, and is needing money. To ruin to an tuner-jm- t 0 in debt Is neni-rallMetltodist pivMchor.B Our lamented p Marvin onii-- said in your church with a that ho "would rather hero patch iis)ii the knees of his pantaloons Mum to ko iu debt." (On account of his A immk! church tfiilm not beinn paid. coiiuIuhIoii. quarterly iiiectini: is Xow our I understanil your pasJust at hand, and h of tor has not received as yet his claim now duo. Oh, hIiiiiihj! Where U tho fault? Hrethivu, pi to woik; do 1 hometimes think a man woiiii'tliiii. anuot 1h- - saved without iloiiiK some-tilin- g for Christ. Christ lias done some-thliifor you. He jr.ivo His own precious blisid, trickling down Ills wounded Mile, to secure your salvation. Can't you dohomcthini: for Him'.' Iircthren, consider this stibiect, but do not think too uuich. Wo want action. (Jo to work, (iod loves j;ood works. Abraham was justitled by jpmmI works; lifi-dinj- ? Ill-ina-nt- s llL-lioone-fourtK 1. 11. McAlistor and Klkln M. have been elected deacons in the Baptist church. A show, Bio, Barnes, 41 sparring match and a dog light were all going on at the same time in tho largo holder-- 1 kranz building tho other night. How Fred Halo's meeting at tho' First Baptist church, Covington, clned with over 100 confessions, about 70 of! whom united with the church in which the services woio held. How .luiufis 1'. Boyce, president of tho Southern Baptist Theological Seminary at louisvlllo, who has been residing in France some time for his health, is reported dangerously ill in Paris. L K. FruucN has been deposed from the Fldershipof the Christian church at Bichmoud because he persists in his belief that a Dutchman named Sweinfiirtb, who lives in Illinois, is as ho claims, the Christ. Francis' wife, it will bo remembered, has been promulgating thisbeliof for some time in meetings held in Bichmoud. Bov. B. B.Mahony writeHthataltho' he was much improved by his New Orleans trip, ho was forced again to tender his resignation to tho ollicers of his church at Newport, but they refused a second time to accept it. Ho felt, however, that ho could not continue the work and accordingly gave it up, preaching his last sermon Sunday. The Christian church of this place was never in so flourishing and harmonious a condition. The splendid improvements just made are noted elsewhoie in this issue and tho church is as prosperous spiritually as these show It to lie financially. On the 1st of January F.Idcr John Bell Gibson will begin the "tli year of his pastorate, which has been blessed must bountifully in the Ingathering of souls to Christ. During the four years that ho has been in charge the member- ship has increased over L00, or nearly double what it was when he came among us. Tho total membership is now 423, making it bv far the largest in this section. Kldor D. W. Vandeveer tells us that the outlook was never brighter. Tho pastor is vigilant and earnest, the ollicers cheerful and active and peace and good will alHMiiuts in the congregation. How She Caught Him. widower who is in constant fear lest some desinuing woman may do him likewise, asks us to reproduce tho follow, ing so that all may bo made aware that ho is "on to" that kind of game: By reason of bin skilful manoeuvring and gieat adroitness Mr. Billings had lived to the aire of 4!t without becoming a benedict. But in an unguarded moment e availed him the discipline of a A life-tim- 1 io nothing. It was on a May morning that he strolled into a garden with Miss Tonic a spinster of 4S. They sat down on a girdon honr-- and Mr. Billings unwittingly said: "See tlni-- i robins building their nest in that old apple tree".'" "Oh, Mr. Billings !" But Billings, seeming to have lapsed into idiocy, rambled on: "Don't yotiTiko to see tho little birds Mi-(lin- nis, I am glad to report Sam Brown's Tho pupils at Garrard College will be dismissed for Mi holidays next Frihealth as decidedly improving. Uriah Dunn. is busy preparing to day. with another lot of Tho meeting is still in progress at stait South mules. the Presbyterian church and there will H? coining and you want a suitable and beautiful present Mrs. Martha Nail died Sunday morn- be services every night during the week. for your Father or Mother, Sister or Brother, your ing. Slie was one of our oldest citiens Dr. Clelland is still with us and every Husband or Wife, your Ron or Daughter or Sweetheart. and spent a long life in or near this sermon is a feast. place. Manager K. C. W. was here a day If you do, go to Bro. Noel has been conducting n or two since, though not to county mooting at tho Baptist church for the couit, but was drawn wholly by his inlast week, which seems, to be attended terest in n private trust with which his witli considerable interest. big brother has no right to Interfere. Tho detonations of Christinas artilThe remains of John Y. Myers wero lery have been making night hideous al- interred in Lancaster cemetery last Satready. Best to the weary, therefore, urday. Mr. Myers was well known here And China Palace and see the handsomest and the largest will bo a rare visitant during the next where he had some steadfast friends. stock of two weeks. not a man of great personal magnetAllen visits Stanford ism, but Mas a brave, truo man and when Send to the county clerk's olllco and as- he won the friendship of any ho poscertain what his business is. W. L. Wil- sessed It forever. liams has been an invalid for some days In all country towns as well as in and is yet confined to his house. the large cities there are occasional scan- In China and Queensware. ever brought to this market. He Our roller mill enterprise is winning dals that effect In some way every inhabalso has a line of the Purest Candies, Freshest Xuts, a fine reputation, it is a great improve- itant and shock the whole town. And llaisins, Coeanuts, Oranges, &c, tbat can be bought. ment on anything wo have had in tho while our town is a little better than any molinary line, and will bo of immense other town, and your reporter a little (jQfTDon't fail to give him a call. advantage to our section of thu county. worse than any other reporter, no one Ben King, who proposed selling his should complain if ho feels it his duly To the Citizens of Stanford. pretty property at Moreland and moving to faithfully chronicle all things that Air. come within the scope of his calling. To elsewhere, has decided to remain. I have rented the meat business of W. V. RamBennick has closed his business here, the newsreader possessing high intellect- THE GERTS' FURNISHER, sey and will occupy the shop on Lancaster street. and left with his family for his former ual ability, as well as to the mediocre, I ask a liberal share of patronage, 513 4th St., Louisville. 85 JOHN P. DEPAUW. neighborhood in Woodford county, and there Is in n sensation that springs from The fashions of the day in the Gents' Furnish, ultimately Kansas. low causes an attraction or a power that BUYERS GUIDE ll 1'inu.ic Sale Of household and demnnds his attention, to thu exclusion ing line will Always be oand in my store. I am March and Bept., agent tor the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, the year. It is an kitchen furniture. Geo. 1). Weatherford of tho more elevating literature of the best Lanndrv in the world. of useful will sell on Saturday, Dec. all of his day. But a sensation may be produced for all who the luxuries or the household and kitchen furniture belong- by a worthy cause and time spent in the We of ing to bis hotel, consisting of 1 No. cook- investigation of such may prove to be SLAUGHTER HOUSE! can clothe you and furnish life. with you all the necessary and unnecessary ing range, good as new; also bedsteads, time profitably spent. To such a sensaappliances to ride, walk, dance, sleep, beds and bedding, carpets, heating stoves tion our town was treated this morning, oat, ilsh, Ilaing built a new Slaughter House at much or stay at hunt, work,in go to chifrch, home, and various sizes, dishes, itc. Also about --'0 nice shoats. ami the purpose of this notice is to in expense, I desire to inform the public that I am styles and quantities. Just figure out Terms made known on day of sale. Sale form those who wero not present that cntruf led 10 me will have my personal supervUIon. what is required to do all these things :.. n mu commence 10 o'clock a. m. asjuivu UIUC IiaVII'H II1Iiimi iu MiiiMiMj nn n...i,f COMFORTABLY, and you can make a lal they will be profited by calling and in UllU ii that the work will be neatly A prouptly done. ostlmato of tho value of tho BUVBB8' vestigating for themselves. The act that M. F ELKIN, OUIDE, which will be sent upon MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Stanford, Ky. receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, 81 created such intense excitement among MONTGOMERY WARD A. CO. Some repairs are done at the men, womun anil children and caused 1MU114 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111. such Christian church. comment was the openBut little preparation can be seen ing by Miller A Bishop of their new confectionery, properly called the "Beauty." going on for the holidays. has taken The store room, with its elegant fixtures, B. L. Starks, of is the handsomest in Central Kentucky, charge of tho section here. jFt V is making prep- and is as attractive and cozy as a parlor. The Sunday-schoo- l sssssssusfflrsssssBssssssssssfl rl iVswffT Their large stock contains everything in aration for a Christmas tree. U iTuJssssssssssssTplssHsssst J'YY'3" Ml The young petfplo have had several tho line of confections, fancy groceries, etc., and their goods are strictly pure. dances during the past week. Tho Newcomb Hotel cupola is now Their stock of holiday goods and toys cfe CO., R. B. ornamented with a vane and a wind in- alone is equal to three shows under one tent. They keep the finest cigars on the dicator. SUCCESSOR TO HUSTONVILLE. KY. Stevo biwrence died Sunday of market and a great variety of tobacco Are still In the husltieos ami ready to do any1K5. LawJohn THE HATTER, thing in the Undertaking line. We have a full pneumonia, aged aliout including the very best brands. They M'MIOHAEL, cinttr nf Ctitex and Caskets of ill kinds and Robes rence, his brother, who came from Texas guarantee their prices and the quality of 611 4TH AVENUE, of every deicription. Our hearse, which is nearly to seo him, left for tho South Saturday. their goods to compare with any. Oysnevrcan tie ODtaiueu on snon nonce, .iir. j. i. LOUISVH.LE, KENTUCKY. wu uusiiiwa wist av UriTUn lll tIII);C P. Parrott was here Friday. A. B. ters direct from Baltimore packers will our goods to any one needing anything in our Bider, agent at Corbln, was visiting 0110 be served promptly in nny style in their IUC. of Mt. Vernon's beauties last week. Miss elegant restaurant. THE FLORENCE The Nobbiest & Most Stylish May Adams is visiting Ioiiisvillo. Mrs. Stock of Belle Johnson, of Lancaster, was visiting MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. to-da- y CHRI 8T3CT M,B ,our "MODEL GROCEBTT" A. A. W A11EM1 Christmas Goods ! s Ik-wa- to-da- WOOD WALLACE, M, OThe 1 ..:!. 1,111 . iK-in-g wide-sprea- d BBf 'w fc ttssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss! I II JJ sft 9ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssslPss9 GEOGHEGAN,: J. T. STTTTOIT W Mrs. J. W. Brown Monday. sup-portin- g 1 H, - 1 f . Dec. 15, 188S. H1M1111.K. Mr. James Hobinson's horso away with tho buggy Sunday and run threw Miss Hattie and Jacob out by 'turning the carriage, over, und after kicking loose, ran about three miles with the harness ami shafts. Tho lady waH bruised up some and Jacob's nioustacho was completely demolished. Geo. Ragan is back from Mississippi. U. A. lrayior bought Wanks liueresi in vnon-- o tobacco crop. James Koblnson weighed his cattle to Tom Woods, 1,300 pounds, nt ,; sale made soma time ago. Jas. Cox is prizing his tobacco this week and will ship four hbds. Boon. John Bright sold his crop at an average of $1.05. Ueorgo Bright Bold his best at 9c. Loronza Hubble writes us that Now York City is his place of business. Hubble it Eubanks' averago 100 pounds hogs gained on-a- n mid wero weighed to ProwittatS cents. S. Dunbar is building an ico house. Tho saw mill is moving U It. C. Harris this kindred week. fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. It strongth- an as well as cleanses tho system, it is of the Hon. l'erry The nomination asily tukon, and perfectly harmless. Belmont as Minister to Spain has boon For salo by A. K. Penny, Stanford. confirmed by tho Senate. Henry LaBue, a little negro, while firing oiru pistol on a back street Friday, took a notidn to try a shot at Pat Burk, a white man. The lull cut up the dirt between Burk's feet, mid he was not long in using them to increase the distance between himself and tho shooter. The. negro was jailed anil later gave bond. Nearly every small boy in town carries these cheap pistols and it Is but a question of time when some of them will be mate?" "Oh, Mr. Billinus, how you do talk!" hurt, or will hurt some one else. "Beally, Mis McGinnis, -" There is one thing that is seldom "Oh, Mr. Billings!" found "In tho soup." That is the church "Why, Miss- '-" social oyster. "Oh, Mr. Billing I!" Tho State Department has notified "No, but really, Miss McGinnis, I'm in Lord Salisbury that if he persists in reearnest; I love "Oh, you naughty man! Anildidyou fusing to send a minister to Washington, bring 1110 out hero to say this to 1110? Oh, Minister Phelps will bo recalled. There was something more than mere bun- Mr. Billings:" combo in Sackvillo's dismissal by Mr. "Why, I only said that loved- -" "Oh oh it's all so sudden: What Cleveland. The House Committee of the South can 1 say? I I suppose you'll just yes. I I oh, George!" Carolina Legislature has recommended a uinkeiuuK.iv constitutional amendment to provide an "Why, -I-" educational qualification for voters. It "Mv George!" is said it would disfranchise over 111,000 "Why, woman, -" "I suppose I could be ready ina month wiiites and 50,000 negroes. Most of the if you really insist on It, dear George !" leading daily papers in the State are sup porting the amendment. "Sou hero, Miss" Thomas Bairy, who is trying tostait "Hush, darling; some 0110 is coming!" And when their host and hostess ap- another labor organization, is lecturing peared Miss McGinnis blushed, and said, in Cincinnati and Covington. Ho is of tho opinion that the Knights of Labor with downcast eyes: are a political and financial failure, for "We're engaged." And Billings hadn't tho nerve to deny tho reason that there is neither consistency nor honor among tho ollicers, and it, so they wero married. says that in another yeart will bo dead Danville. Mrs. M. B. McAlistor and entirely and forover. Mrs. Owsley Evans loft Wednesday for Sometimu ago Col. C. P. Atmore, Louisville to meet Mibs Mattio McAlis- goneral ticket agent of tho L. fc N., was from a pro- robbed of all his jewelry, including his tor, who returns longed visit to her brother at St. Joseph, watch, by burglars, who entered his Mo. The Queen City Dramatic Compa- house in tho night time. Tho employes ny gave a performance at tho Opera of tho passenger department sympathizHouse Monday evening, and tho follow- ing in Ids loss and desiring to show their ing day succumbed to tho inovitablo and esteem for him, raided his olllco Friday disbanded. John Hamner, who wascon and presented him with a splendid gold victed of rape at the September term of widen, diamond studs and cutF buttons. tho Boyle Circuit Court in 1887, has received a full pardon from Governor Buck-ne- r Syrup of Fig and Is now at his homonear Junction Is Nature's own truo laxative. It is the City. Advocate. most easily taken, and the mdst effective remedy known to Cleanse tho System The Only Perfect Remedy dispel Headand when Bilious or Costlvo; to FothnbttuRl constipation, dyspepsia, aches, Colds, and Feyors; to Cure Habitills is the famous California liquid I- to" Invitations are out for the marriage of Mr. J.W. Floweis, nn excellent young man employed on the L. & N., and Miss F.liza Owsley, the pretty and cultivated daughter of Mrs. II. J. Darst, which will occur on Christmas day. Mr. David C. Allen, accompanied by his friend, Mr. Calvin Carpenter, was down after his marriage license yesterday, and will lead to the altar, at Mr. G. M. Gsvens', Miss Annie McKin-nedaughter of A. B. McKinney. George BosenberjL-r-, S7, and Delia Kay, Tii.Wv-rmarried at Columbus, Ind., after n courtship of over 40 years. They ought to spend the "short remainder of their lives kicking oath other for miss ing all tho fun that 40 years might have to-da- y y, c MA T world-renown- WASHING MACHINE Ever brought to the city of Louisville, now opon including the KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS And a'so my own importation of English Hats and Caps. An elegant line ol Canes and Lyon's Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand. Pine SEAL SKIN SAGQTJES, CAPS, Gloves and other Purs, a specialty. Orders outside of city solicit! d, perfect satisfaction guaranteed. Don't fail toordera NOIIUV HAT. it :yr I have bought the right to sell the Florence Washing Machine and am now prepared to furnish all who may wish to save their clothes from the rubbing and tearing incident to the old process of washing. Take one and try it and be convinced. I'll not worry you about buying unless you are fully satisfied a to it mcril. The undersigned have purchased the FUrence Washing maUiuie and after a thorough trial, we lake pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, and without hesitation pronounce it a success in every parlicular.doing all that Is claimed for it: Wm Dauohertr, J W. Wallace, Dr. liourne, Mrs S I Salter, A. C. Sine, Hill l'erkins, Lewis Dudderar, J. K. I.ynn, I.. I,. Dawson, C. Vanoy, ft I ff. Mrs. Amanda l'eak, George Peyton, Alex Holtt-claC. C Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. others. E. Harrow, A M. Heland and M.F. ELKIN. Headquarters at S. S. Mers store. STILL IN THE LEAD Scritoner's Magazine ! FOR i83o The publishers of Scribncr s Magazine aim to make it the most popular and enterprising ol periodicals, while nt all times preserving Its high liter rv chuiactcr 35,001. new renders have been drawn to it during the past bIx months by the increased excellence of its contents (notably tho its second year Hallway articles, and it clo-e- j with anew Impetus and .111 assured success. The Illustration will show some new effects and noth-tuto mnkc bcribncr'it Maganne attractive und interesting u ill lie neglected. T1IK RA1I.UOAI) AR1ICI.ES vull be continued by several very Unking papers; one espeGeneral Thos. cially interesting by IlL. James on "The Railway Postal Service." lustrated Mr. ROlir.Rr LOUIS STEVENSON'S serial novil,'''lhe Master of llallvntrae," will run thro' the greater part uf ihe year. Ueguu in November. A CORKKSI'ONUKNCE and collection of manuscript memoirs relating to J F. Millet and a modern group of FltHNCH PAINTERS will furnish thesubstance of several articles. Illustrated. 'I he brief .end papers ritten last year by Robert Louis Stevenson will be replaced by equally interesting contribution by different fatuous authors. Mr. Thomas Hitlley Aldrich will write the first of them for the January number. Many valuable LITERARY AHTICLES will appear, a paper oi Walter Scott Methods of Work, illustrated from original MSS., a second "Shelf of Old Hooks, by Mrs. James T. Fields, und munvoiher articles equally noteworthy, Illustrated. Articles 01. ART SU1UKCTS will be a feature. Papers arc iirraugcd to appear by Clarence Cook, E. H HUvhlicId, Austin Uobson, and many others, illustrated. FISHING ARTICLES, d scribing sport In the best fishing grotin 's will appear Salmon, Win. ninish llass and Turpin it re the ubjcct now arranged The authors are well known sportsmen. Illustrated. ILLUSTRATED ARTICLES of (treat variety, touching upon all manner of subjects, travel, biography, description, etc., will appear, but not of the conventional commonplace sort, illustrated. Among the most interesting in the list of scientific papers for the year will lie a remarkable article b) Prof John Trowbridge upon the moit recent development a.id uses ot PHONOGRAPHY, lllustr-ie- d, A class uf articles which have proved of special Interest will be continued by a group of papers upon ELECTRIC! TV In its most recent applications, by cmlnentauthorlties; a remarkable paper on DEEP MINING nd other interesting papers. Uuique illustrations. ASPECIAI OFFF.R to cover last year's which Include all the RAILWAY AR'l as follow.: A year's subscription '18S9I and the numbers , . for 18S8 U 5 A ) c ir's subscription iiBSo) an 1 the numbers 6.co bers for 1333, bound in cloth g Hum-ber- brought them. Bucklcn's Arnica Salvo. ' The Weekly Gazette, Weekly Edition of thu Commercial Gaicitc 1 I- The bctialvcin the world lor cu, lrulei Weekly nuwspaper published near iho center of tores, ulcers, salt rliuum, (ever tores, tetter, chap. the population of ihii great Republic stud mailed petl IlanJj, chilblains, corn ami all Mn erup tions, and positively cures piles, or no pay re to any address tur lea than two cents u neek, hy quired, it Is guaranteed to give perfect tatUtac tion or money refunded l'rice 15 cents per box. thejear. This paper ndvocates with the stronj;-es- t For sale by A. R. Penny, Stnnford, K emphasis AiiEKtcAx iriKAS In the conduit ot Tho Foremost, Freshest and Fairest I- The Business Booming. Probably no one thin;! has caused such a gener al revival of trade at A. R. Penny's diuj; ttoreas their ilnj; away to their customers of so many trial bottles of Dr Kinj New Disco eryf r Con sumption. Their trade - simply enormous in this very valuable ankle from the f.tct 1lt.1t it always cures und necr ditappotuts. toughs Cold all our co eminent affairs, the elevation of our our Amkxicsn is a KcpuMican people, the betterment of their financial and socia conditions and the purity of Hours. The Weekly Uarcttc Asthma, llronclulis, Criip anil all Throat and family ill this In I.unj Diseases quickly cured. You van tot it be- NaWMMi'BK, and should be every fore bu I115 by Kttins a trial bottle fne; large Lroad laud during the next ia months. The Weeksite $1. Kvery bottle warranted. ly Gaiette is a jre.it educator, and every derar Epoch, ment Is full of interest to old and voung. The Thu transition from lonj;, lingering and painful is given from every part of the clvilucd sickntss to robust health mirks an epoch in the news life of the Individual. Such u remarkable event is jjlobe, in proper foiin. 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The next morning sho scat word that sho would like havo n fnsty, Mr. Dawliarn was divsel In his her up stairs Intoher own cup of ntea sent to room, sho had n t CHAPTER I. brightest black, nnd his cravat was its a hendncho nud begged to 1k excused from tho to tho most Irreproachable of "Would you liivo tho kindness to step this breakfast table. , But Jlr. Dawbnrn was pnlo and sho had heard Mr. Dawbarn knew that stoj-- sir, Into Mr. Dim barn's room!" ngitnted, his head shook nnd hi bands trem- America, but sho of Munro' departure for , Thcso word were nddicssed by 11 bunker' did not dnru to clerk to a yimiii; tniin whoso drws and man-nrr- s bled, till tho pniers ho held in them rattled oven tho naino of tho objectionably mention clerk to of groom, ami crumpled. i vulgar comiwuml were her husband, who wa entirely ignorant of tho When n servant oiened tho dining room young minV movements. Two Letting man, nntl pugilist. Tlu sjiortiiig or three tluy by the tlcsl.it ond tlio door and nimonnced "Mr. Munro," Mr. Daw-Imrpentleman after tho doctor was sent for. Tho medical turned Kiler,nnd when tho young cle-- k cletks, looking Influito iliiarageiiieut tit the mau hummed ami hawed nnd said that his vvholo uoncvi'ii, niul tvos ushcrol through the w horn Mr. Itoliert Studden hnd o playfully jKitient w ns low. Lucy grow w w tloublo doom into nrcM'iicu of Mr Uawbitm. rallied n fortnight bforo In tho street en- A consultation no held. Thoorse and orso. young lady' Mr. DawlKirn vvns tho prineliial Uiukii' In tered, tho Kankcr tremblwl more violently. disorder was pronounced to bo nervous fever, was the Ur.imhiigdou, mitl Hrnmlltigdon "Mr. Munro," said tho banker, when tho or tlie littlo county of MtifTord. door wits closed, "you jou you doubtless nnd one whlto headed old gentleman from county tbn London iuggrwtcd to Mr. and Mr. Dawbarn It consisted of onu long, struggling street, know why 1 have smt for you on this that If tho young lady were engaged he II vo old churches, each n 6lon sion, today tautltled by le n9 Mr. should not ndviso tho iostponcment of tho Rplendid ieclnieu of nrchitocturc, ivliirh Thovoung clerk, who was n cotitntstivl s'rongly with llio Town Hall, Dawliarn, faltered out. "No, sir," with so cereinon. "You mk, my the Corn Lsehitnge, nnd the Mntket Place, transparent nn effort that tho lianker saw old gentleman, dear Mr. Dawbarn," raid the "yourdcardnugbterVmalady whit h were modern building, and unpleasant that tho otiug man perfectly understood tho I partly mental. Sho has here no employ Interview, look tt. reason of the to ment, that, is, no fresh employment for her "Mr. Btudden," wild Mr. Dawbnrn to tin "Your conduct, sir, has lieen such that I mind, If yon could substitute new duties, stamyoung gentleman of wrting appearance, I I do not know how to address you," fresh Impressions. sh w "I have to talk U you, sir, cry neriously: mered Mr. Dawbuni. "That you, sir, my ller energy is weiringonld recover quickly. her tnrmnt. 111V iwld nnd salaried servnnt. war.t. to to speck, to liegln to piece; she sit down, if you pleae." her llfo over my confldoncc; should. again. Mr. Studdcn sat In 0, chair tis If It were n should If if her iartuer has not jet been raddle, shut one eyo knowinsb', and ex havo so dare-- l to try to so iujure mots is chosen" here eyes of tho father and amined the thong of his whip with tho other, i what 1 tllil not expect from you. I know nil, mother met tho "let her trawl, lot her chooo discharged from thu liank "Mr. Studden," continued the banker sir, nil. Yon are nn occupation, give her something to da I solemnly, "I have been luformed that you this moment." know n young lad much tho same kind of A pang shot over tho young man's face. have overdrawn your account to tlm amount case who took "You will not Iv allowed to enter there siderable U'ticftt to jointing, and found conof from tho "Yes: 1 know all about that, gorernor," again. This quarter's salary is there, sir." practice. Italy, now, might study nnd tho create 11 desire broko in Mr. Studden. "I'vo becu to.d ao Tho banker put utwn tho table n small piper to cultivate somo art ttvice," "As I shall iiot suITor you to tako denr daughter Is not say music, ohr Your iwcltet, "I therefore ga o diroutloui that thu nest yourplacont jourdesk ngnlu, there lia half much for her body," strong; her mind is loo Tins linti'rnr TilnrsiNl nnntluT be. aam .n1ni.t timo you presented n el'.eck, you should Lucy w.is taken to Hri rogate, to Chelten-hashown Iti here to me," sa d tho lianker. small packet on tho table, nnd tho clerk made to Leamington nnd Scarborough, then "Tl:at is a cUwk of my own draw ing." n deprecatory motion w itn ono nnnu. "l into the south "Quito so." sist ou It. sir, nud shall Ukc no dental I returned to of Franco and Italy. When she Brand ngilon she had to Iw lifted "Well, now I nm here," said .Mr. Studden. ! nUo Insist on your leaving Bramllngdon tofrom goading the sido of his Imaginary horso with night, or morning, at tho latct. seen th carriage. Her father, w ho hid not her for two months, was struck with tho M left lieol; "respectful cotntu, tind should Should ou have tiny debts hre, leavo n 1 i Islblo alteration In her face nytl figure. Ho liko to know vour httb gnmo. What' to be ! o( them, nnd today "being Chritmas day, 1 himself cnriied her to her rami and ua I ' will sco that one of tho clerk pays thorn the doner hardly co.iscious or his burden. Sho There can bo no cs said "Mr. Studden, t liavu Ltiown you from a day after she was tired with her Journey boy." euro for your emsinlnr, and our absence. 1 know that." much more importance j and would ro tt led. Mr Dawbarn de"Well, sir, is n matter of scended "And I now fco you a ruined Man" to mo than a Tow pal ry pounns; so win 0:1 tho to dino Willi lu wife, nud meeting stair with the s.wnpathetlc houe-mai- d Stud-den- ; "Hold hard, Matilda," interrupted hear of no objection." who had inforricd Lu"y nf MniiroVi deMr. Dawlmrn jmuscdand drew breath, nnd "not ruined pushed for tho moment parture for America, tit.d tsking tho girl on my knees, but not staked. I've beeA un- - tho youug clerk looked nt him and then nt why she was crying, nud receiving for lucky on tho mew this last year unlucky tit tho window, as if out into a for distance bethat It was for Mli Lucy, undischarged play. Why, last night I lost a pot at loo, yond. ho began, w linn tho Irron the spot. girl behaved to me in" sir" "My and then that It was n dismal dinner, llusliam! aid wife Mr. Studden," said tho banker, closing lmnkcr Interrupted him. spoko but little, "Will bo found quite right, I daresay. Hnd the other's eye and when ono caught the "I cannot listen to a cataloguo of j our there was n irreat show of apI am the father of a you only robbed mo cf money, sir, I should cri cri imprudences. petite, Mr. Dawbarn drank a considerable family, and ' have been better pleased. I havo treated "Cut that, governor'" broko (n thcamiabla you only too well, nnd lu return seo what quantity of sherry. When the rloth was removed tho convemtioti flagged. Neither Mr. Studden. "What I want it money, und you have done." Mr. Dawbarn struck his no preacbeo and floggeo too. clenched hand upon tho table, "But no dared b"7in tlm consultation tbey felt was not preaching inevitable, This is the stato of theodtK I'vo ovenlrawn matter. Do I understand that 5011 will leave reom to look IWecv they went into Lucvu nt ler ns f,!K. 1V sleeping, Mr. mynecouut, good; will you let mo have Bramllngdon Dawbuni around hi wife' waist sonre more? tin, 1 mean. If yoa will, I am Munro took his eye from tho w indow, and. ami kissed rnt his her oa tie forehead, n proceeding ruro to retrieve- myself. I'vo somo splendid looking full in tho innUer'i. faco, said: which made tho good old lady tremble very "Lucy." thing3ou, but must havo tho ready ti id dity rhino." Mr. Dawbani' face turw.l warlet, and ho mtirh nnd cr mouth uud nosf:ls quiver. SMo by side In tho dirk the couple lay "Mr. Studden," said Mr. Dawharn, "I do again btruck tho tabic. "Don't mention my jargou, nor is Mich lan- daughter's uamo to me, tir, If you pleare. 1 awnl.o in their luxurious chamber, starting notuudtrstand your of the window frarno upon guage tho sort of thing I am accustomed to won't hear it! How dare youf There, tlr. at tho hear. You havo loit the fortuno left you by ere tho rubbishing letters yon havo sent to tlo blinds. The father lgan. "Jemima." your father In gambling, horso racing, nnd her, and If ou havo any sense of decency or "r:nl,'n,"MH the nnd tho like. For tho last ceven years I honesty left, you will return thoso you havo "What do you th'nk ofLucvT havo seen going to Irretrievable ruin. As yoa of hers of of my daughter's." Tho motber heave a itcen t igh. a long minority, and no friends tondviso up the letters bis former mashad Munro took "Good Godl' raid tho banker, "when I ' you, I havo tried to help you, but to him. ter had took her up In my arm I could kardlvfecl legrct to say, your complete ruin is "Did you bear me, stfi" asked tho banker. her weight. She was liko a feather iiko n "I licgyour ivanlo'.i." foatker. "Bet you fifteen to ono it isn'tl" Mtid Mr. "I say, will you givu mo back her letters, Toll me, Jemima, you're crying, my love. honestly row, honestly, candidly, I" Studden. nnd will you leave Bramllngdon vou "What you owe me," continued the banker, There was a jiauso, nnd tho liells of tho ns Tho think. Tel! me, tell me," wi'e threw her arm nrourd her husnot noticing tho Interruption "what ycu church rang out for morning service band's owe mo I shall never trouble you for."' "I can make- no promise, sir,' replied tho shall la-i- neck and sobbed: "I fear that wo her." "Bless ou!" said tho irreverent Studden. young clerk, ery clearly. "I bavoa duty It was Rpokon, and iletth was recognized Mr. Dawbaru's fuco mldetied. "Jlr. Stud- - to your dau-.ht- er as well ns a duty to you. If rs n r re'cnco !.i the koaso. den," hec'jokeJ out, "I urn not accustomed ' sho t!esircs that I should" "D'yo t.iluk there'.-- - m ho;r to 1k treated with rudeness, mid I don't mean "You ret mo at deflate , do you, rirT b'irst "Oalv one, and that n very poor one," to begin now. I would havo given you somo In tha banker. "Very good, very good; but ' "r. Dawbtni felt it insutal qualm, for he udvicc. sir." don't suppoys thit if you stay hero forever sw wliat "Don't want it, thank you." that you will see my daughter, or bo enabled kr"What's was coming. thatr ho nsketl. "Good ndviee, parental advice; but it will to wrlto to her. If yon stop in Bramllngdon. "You'll Iwungry with me, Philip, if I tell be of no use, 1 can bee." sho goes. Next week sho travel with her "Not a bit." mother to London, abroad, anywhere, nwny you." "Angry, my dear! no, no, not n bit," said "I shall leave you therefore to tho pursuit from iicr father' presumptuous clerk, who, of your career of profligacy, and mnv becauso his master asked him a fow times to tho father. ' "You knox'fbat I mean." it" Mr. Dawbam stammered, for ho his house, to sit nt his table, nnd treated him Tko banker sighed. felt that ho was proposing u toast at a public as an equal, so far forgot hime!f as to lift "Do you mean" ' ho begnn. meeting "may it provo to you that that his eyes up to his daughter, his only child." "Yes, do," replied tho that" It had bce:i a tcrriblo Christmas morning could ocoI or hear of that mother. "If Lucy joung man, I "Out with It, governor," B.'.Id tho insolent in tho Iwnkcr'o house. Mr. and Mrs. Daw sho would recover. I'm sure It would young sporting man. barn had lieen informed that their only "No, sir, I will not ot!t with it," said tho daughter, Lucy, roso every morning early do her good." There was n long pause. Mr. Dawbnrn banker, majestically. "I will not say what and had mi interview with tho young clerk, I was going to say." Munro, In tho kitchc- -i garden, tho door of groaned in spirit, but ho felt that his wife "Aro you qulto clear what you vero golug which opened into a Inr.o, und of w hich door was right. "I had such better view for her," groaned to sayP Inqu.red tho young man, who rv either Lucy or the young clerk, or both, postho banker. ipected neither ago nor wealth. sessed a key. Lucy hud been forced into "Yes, my dear, I kuow you hud," said tho Mr. Dawbarn covered his defeat grandly. nnd hud gomou her knees to her "I w ill not detain you any lonier, Jlr. Stud-tlsn.- " papa, and wept und implored him not to hurt wife, pressing his hand. "Lord Iiudrfuga was most iiarticulnr In Ho rang tho ball. "I wish you good her George. Sho d given up nil Ins letters, his attentions, and Sir Theophtltu Hawdon day, sir; my servant vri!I show you out." which cho in tho habit of plticlng "Very goo.l, governor," said Mr. Studden, her pillow every night, end which lettcri absolutely spoke to mo about her." I know ho did,'" said tho acquiescent wife, dismounting from his chair, or saddlo. "You Munro had written stealthily in bankirg "Think of Lucy being Lndy Laudringa or throw mo over very good; and just at tho hours nnd placed in n certain iiortion of tl'o Lady Ilawdoal county coplo aud then of moment when I could inako n colossal for- - wall, near tno tool houo m the kitchen oh!" tuao. If I liad your capital, or ou had my Mr. Dav.uarn went on wildly anil her being Mrs. "It'aa sad thing, dear, but whut ran we talent und bpeculatedka foccikiml what frightened Mrs. Dawbarn, a good, motherly might not be made with the U; I havo! I woman, into a fit. When Mrs. Dawbarn re- do now that nho's to illiioor thing! And If know tho way out, Chawlcs" thta Mr. Studcovered, Mi Lucy went ofT into a swoon, we could savo her llfo" Mr. Dunham turned in tho bed. "I'll ask den addrced to tho servant "ycu needn't cud her father nnd mother had to recover (Topham us thow me. Mr. Dawbirn, I havo tho honor her, und Mr. Dawbarn was iu ngony lest tho Topham nbout it to be, sir, yours truly, ever to command, ot servants of Ids household should bo cognisant tho doctor ) "I'll hear hi opinion." "I liav. nsked him," 'iid tho mother, "nnd L'sts'ru cetera cetera." of tho disturbance, which was an entirely Mr. Studden departed with n ilourish, excitement on hi part, as they, hougrens with mo." "But hotv can it bo donel" asked tho leaving tko banker In n state of tho moct tho kcrvants, had known all about it for tho wrathful indignation. Mr. Dawbarn was a last eight mouths. Poor Lucy was told that banker, turning again restlessly, "I can't groat man in Bramlingtlon and accustomed Munro was to bo immediately sent away, usk tho fellow to marry my daughter." "No, but jou caii oiler him a situation In to bo treated with respect nnd defcrenco cud but that sho und her mamma svero to go to , bervility, and thojgb so excellent a church thut day, as their absenco might bo tho bank." "Supposu he refujw." Mr. Dawbar.i was something of tt humbug, remarked by a devout but curious congrega"Ho won't refuse." and tho young man's manners had convinced tion, und that she was to batho her eyes nnd "But how can I find him? Where U heP him that ho know-- it. nnd it It very annoying look unconcerned, easy, comfortable and "In America," answered Mrs. Dawbam. found out by to mon of 60 yea'.u of ago to "America I" repeated tho banker, sitting thei.' junio.'s. Mr. Robert t. or, as ho As Lucy und her mamma passed tho door was called, Mr. Bob Studden, or Mr. It.'ti of tho dining room, Lucy heard tto young up iu bed. "Then how the deuco is lie to be Studden, swaggered jxa,t tho cashier and clerk's 0Ie0. Sho knew that sho should got at I" "Advertise for htm. If ho will apply to clerku wit'.i t ho easo of a jockey and the gruco never seu Mm ngaln, aud nbo could not resist ho will hear of somothfug to his of a groom. A dozen steps from tho door of her Impulse. Sho ran to the door, seized tho I asked Dr. Topham' udvlce handle", und would havo ojiened It, but her advantage. tho bank hu met a clerk whpm ho slopjid. "Halloa! ' ho cried, with graceful badinage, mamma pulled her away, nml 0:1 tho other ulwut ull that." "Advertising Is not respectable," said tho "ilunro, how got itf sido Mr Daw barn rushed to tho door aud put "How do you do, i.r. Studden" Inquired hU back against It. Munro strodo to tho banker; to which flls wife made no reply but window, that ho might tako a last look of hU tho word Lucy."' the clerk. "Besides," continued Mrs. Dawbam, after "Don't ba i:i suck a hurry. Well, how is mistress as f.ho left tho house. "Good-by- , Ceorgo dear, good-byl- " cried a short pause, "if you don't liko advertising, the, eh "Mr. Bturt-- I" jioor Lucy iu tho passage. "Wo shall never ssud somebody lifter him to fltid out where aud gooi-b- y ho is." "Don't lu afraid, my boy. I'm not tho seo each other again; but good-b"Scndbomeliodyl Weud whol Why not bolt with kcrl agaiu." mau to spoil uud good-b"Oh. that Mr. Studdeu; he's doing nothing Doltl, I'd land you my last fiver to help you. uud 1 dare say will be glad of the job." I saw you tho other mornmg. JHAFfER. III. "I suppobo thut Tophum advised that too?,' loMliiay." had elapsed siuco Lucy Dawbarn A year "Yes, ho did." Mr. Studden closed 0:10 eye, thrust hlj had bidden farewell to her father' clerk "I thought I recognizod Topham' Interest tonguo luto Ula cheek aud strolled down thd through tho dining room door. Ho had left oso long, straggling strest of Bramllngdon, Bramllngdon uud gono 110 0110 knew whither. iu that young vagabond. I supjxjso you and tho pink of sporting zzll conscious vulgarity. Neither letter nor messago camo to Lucy; sho ho havo talked this matter over new somo time." was too strictly watched. Sho often wclkcd "I and Mr. Studdenf CHAPl'EIl II. iu tho garden uud looked at that portion pf "No, you and Topham." In a small country town it Ij Impoiblo the wall where they had concealed their let"Yes." that anything cnu bo kept secret, except ters. Tho good old brick that tbty "And you'vo arranged It all between you." back murder, nnd then rumor points to so used to tako out cud put "Yes." many probablo criminals that justice and again was a thing tho past. of "Why didn't you tell mo thla before, detootivo xliojnien becomo lost iu burmisc, Iu it placo thuru was 11 bran now red brick Jemima!" nud embarrass tho innocent that tho guilty cemented by bran uewwbitomortarthntyou "I wiia afraid." may go free. Slow to detect murder, tho could sco n mllu olf. Lucy had been to Lon"Afm.'dl Afraid of v hat I" provincial intellect is swift at tho discovery don, nnd had becu visiting not only her "Ot you." of love. Had Iloineo met Juliet at a fancy father's and mother's relatives but tho mag. "Of mo, Jemima! Don't you thlnkllovo ball iu PaJdlinstauj, instead of at a mas- - nates of tho county, nnd had sccu all sorts of my child as much as your " ' I - MR. DAWBM qncnulo In Verona, and nftcrwnrtU prowled bout tho garden of his mistress' father' house, tho Slgnorl Cnpulet nnd Montague would have liccn Informed of the occurrence early on the following morning hVFcvcral couqietent und crcdlblti eye witnoMcs ull of the gentler scs, mid tho majoi ,ty oa thoo.cr yearn of tgs. side of flv It was Chriftnm dav, cold, clear nnd mou-mnenlatin-dresf- r. IN THE LEAD, -- AS USUAL, with- ti HOLIDAY PRESENTS. If you want a- - f Bnln nr Si mmmfa W mm . ....MM, Silverware, Or liny tiling t'lst' iu llu' .Icwolry lini', ' Penny's Is The Place To buy it. Ho is always ahead in slock and lower in prices. Also a ' 1 Handsome stock of Holiday Books, Dressing Cases Novelties of nil kinds. A butter Moek at Lower Prices than ever before. Call aud ee t hem. ' 1 nn-sw- his-eye- A. R. PENNY. a ' n-- m 1 ' T. B. WALTON Opened . 1 1 ." tttd ' SATURDAY, DEC. 15, A SPLENDID STOCK OF it-- may be-lig- j n, h-- s u-.- Stick and Fancy Candies, Candy Toys, Nuts, Fruits, Cakes,&c. All of which aro ' Fresh and good as can be found elsewhere. Good many other thing ' pen-o;"- ' com-pose- SUITABLE FOR GHBISTMAS PRESENTS. f y y J". T. IHIRIiS -- A Will be found on- - Lancaster Street, -- - A- - Stanford, Ky., WITH Full Ilneiof Groceries, Gonfectioneries, And Ofirifitiiuifi ' Tricks and everything ood to eat. Will sell vovy cheap. , H V JflSiJ . .rf.v.smi &.J1 jtBlMMk)! ytt1 Miggi .?" Si "ic ?T" tr . nVTJL -- GUSREU BW &&X&" -- 3s OaJjrTwVj laS rs T tt.A U.4 ,y ' mwul ONU ynui lng Anil of watch Her yollow curls wero tumbled nbout hor Of the rich rlpo head, her cheeks woro Unshod und her hluo gropo In tho tree. eyes wero black with oxoitement Hho was a very Medea In her auger, and truly Miss fihn dwells In a rotUjjo blrli n'erfrowncd Hetty seemed turned to siouo. Ilo'v many Myelin that Miudovr thu brrakcr wli'le, timer hud Junius looked Uko that when sho Anil Christina, aver It comes uroin-il- , had laughed ut his ohiidish ungor; how Htlll And her wjlllnK, with holly crowned, HapvutlnK with voice of tremulous ounitt well sho rctnotuborod tho Ust time hIic had Is Chris inmoio Mid the time Is psst, "It seen that look on his face, when sho had Tho wsltlni and wcrplng aro over at last, hado him, hor only brother, lcavo her presFor my roven lomo homo ence foreverfliico ho could lovo u namoless shop-gir- l ' The belli will mis I' thr hour, llicv unlil better than his sister, who could oflly what wind rimy Mow Hlo boast of blood descended from the veins of I have decked with holly my Hobble's bid sotno of Kng!.inir heroes. That cot ly stands In tho room o'erhcad, .Vlio dropped tlio broom as suddenly as sho W.tti It linen as white u show. had raised it. Al hlte ut tho show on tho window sill, "Very well," the bald; "you may keep tho At win Ui ni thu know that U lying still dog." On tho still, white below Midget burst into t'ur-- und caught Miss "Graves: only tho wca'inniltheolil for gravest Hetty's hand. Wo aro ktronc we havo nothing to fear I "Oh, Himtiol" sho sobbed, "Midget bad Comet the grand, good shin o'er tho dancing girl Midget promised pip.i to bo gwJ!" vraos "I nm not nngry, child. Uo uud play with That brlnu to my bosom my rover braves. tho dog," Miss Hotly said, quietly My ma e and my boy so ile.ir. ' The snow lay thick mf tlio ground nnd " 11 y mate and my Hobble tho ulr wus still heavy with it us sho looked out of tho window ufler breakfast. Hho Again In my arms shall meet. could not hunt up the child's pit rents like sold I' the And their thick lurls lcum she thought, but sho would sureHKht ly go. Of tho fire that never will burn so bright "Where do your pap.i nnd mamma live!" A whon tin y sit ut my roct. bhO ItKkd, nliddon'l. " II'll be ten years old nhen tho deck strikes "I don't know." Mulget replied. "Mamma three don't live unyivhorc. fjjnto men came und Our Hobble he's growing old! took hor away u long tlmo uiro. 1'apa cried. Last April it was that my mule and lie I didn't," sho added, with dignity, that Who says tboy will never ronie bade to met showed painfully how little sho realized her Ah, Clod ! but tho night frows cold. ilyoi t. s mjfi piAft fLsvi her eyes, Th.u once wero bright u surs t' th' Sl'll, lrin, 1 liavo ill in mod otit lier tern' plus. Iiko SDOW- - c Tho looks otico shone with thu VurploU scratch at tlio door, bad opened it softly, and, to her delight, lot in u big, black dog. who rubbed his cold nose against her chubby hand and capored clumsily around her with joy, though as silently ns If ho understood tho warning flugor held up to him. Now ho Iny In tho middle of tho lioor while sho sat bcslilo him, warming ono llttlo cold baud in his shaggy hair und tickling his noso with a wisp of tho broom held In tho other Thoylmd both forgotten Miss llotty. Mldgel saw hor first. "Oh, auntloi" sho cried. "3eel 1 found him my dogglo!" Miss Hetty stepped to tho cornor und took tho broom, ltollo crouched for tho blow ho knew would como. Hut Midget throw hnr urms around hia neck and turned hor bluziiigoycs upon Miss Hetty. "YousiuVt! Vousliii'n'tl" ulie cried. Now-fotindlu- PEGGY. Tho Btory of a WouuSicr Cabin on tho Hill. OM 1 Vlir th low. "I uiu't lend you tho money, old 1 :sl I Sent Tiling. fel- daughter e wife, two llttlo boys lived lit a on u hilltop In n Hon them wilderness. Tom was aOUUE'B "Why, will circulate tiic report tlint you have won $10,000 on the election, niul licit will give you hijr credit," 1 'Wlmtstlmt' ul I'll do the next lio.t tiling."- TO GENTLEMEN. For Pull Dress Shirts, Collars, Ties, White Vest, etc., go at once to und 1'lillu.iclphiu Prow. . Hardship. dead- - Itlllul ut Man-assu- s, "H.id.hadnuntlol" In IM'il. Helow the house lay u Held of corn, bounded by u creek, beyond tho creel: vu3 u bcch fori st, where Tom -.IA.,.1V JV used to shoot squirrels Willi his rille. Tom's chil dren tilted tho corn now, und the squirrels went tiiifchot, for iou dor und hull wero too scarce In the (Vuifrd 'nicy to bo wasted 'on such gunie; besides, Totn's family was too poor to buy uny thing. They lived, und that was all. On Christmas live, HJOI, a Itrlgmlo of d men iniirolusl up the roitd to - THE LEADER OF FASHIONS m&- WOOD WALLACE, oi:j Fourth Street, blue-coate- battle. " The night aro its cold, but they'll soon be hero Wus that a step ut the gate Or only Ilia wind .' the lilac near The uiud that s'urllcs mv soul with fear, Tho wind 1 worship and hate, dimmed-whrn loss. M Awaiting my luvs a.nl there came Instead Home ktraigcrs bringing them luto me dead, lloth (load on a agio nier. I saw inytulf s Itlng was Itt a dream so dread her) "l'apn doi.'t live anywhere, cither, now. Ho brought mo hero an' ho snut if Midget was n, good girl you would give her some Kissinus, cause hn couldn't ho Wis going Will you!" to find mamma A sharp pin) tore ut Miss Hetty's heart. "Going to dud mammal" What did that wan Christm is Day ; tho thought brought so m.suv memories in its train ! "Will you " meutif With u start she remembered that "Will I Hint'" Hie had forgotten all about the child uud her question. "Divomemv Klsimus." "No, no. chllJ. Han't bother I" alio said, Impatiently. What was Christmas to her If James had Indeed "gone to mamma;" If hecnuso of her stubborn prido and wicked uuu auger she could never ngaln see his yellow O witrui wlib tbrlrUliteit I'll grow; The bells aro rtnglnt no. no. they toll curls uud blue eyes that moukeit her in the S'es. yes, 1 renm..itKr blow w nd' ocean roll! baby at her kneel . nnugut but a mound n the snow." There is Midget turned silently away. This laat Long years of wutvliing illmm'il her blow was too great for her to bear. Hho throwing herj crept Into the bed room, uud eyes. That once were brljtt as stars I' the sea. self on the Moor, wept us though her heart were broken. And over her t uiplcs, like sniwitrlft, lies The lock once shone with thu purplodyes "Come hero, child!" suddenly called Miss Of the rich rlpi) erapu In tho Hetti. No answer. She roso sharply und Ciuiu.M Koocnk Hanks. went Into tho other room. A rough shako brought tin littlo figure to her feet. "What Is the matter!" MIDGET. "I'upu, pnu'" she sobbed. "I wuut to go homo!" A Story Illuntnitln? tho Powor of The shurp Iron in Mms Hetty's soul mado hor cruel. She rtiised her hand and lot It Wonknoss. full upon the little teurstained cheek. "Will you bo quiet!" tSRyscrjSfi 7 IMS II 1711' V rleanil shall stay In this room she usked. 1 "You como now till I no Kii.iirn in inn last trait's of her back." Hho went out, shutting the doornftirher. curly leu, brusluHl up thu hearth utiil Hho must do her mnrketing, uud tho child drew hor clirilr Into would bo punished enough by the tune sho tho circle of lamp-llKl- returned. Tho Mores wero full of toys and ChristThin had boon DOCTOR. "MISS," SAID hor cvt'iiing'a pro mas goods. Miss Hetty could not keep tho help." Hhe wus veryTUB but calm and pale, giummo vl- h scarce-i.vi- i sclf'posscssed. vitriutlnu for "Miss," suid the doctor, "Colonel llrey-mitlu last ton your. has lost an arm, and needs shelter and She kinv the oxuet nursing. If you could tuko him to your number of iloxtrotiH flip from tho tur- house" "Fetch 'im crlong," she replied. ti'itii luHikMiirv The bed was mean, but it wus clean. Pegto rciltico tho lionrtli lo kpooIiIcks ortlor gy's hands wero hardened by toil, but to unil could enletilau uimost tho iiuinbor of tho Colonel their touch wus soft as velvet. wteps alio must uko between tlio Milk niul " Wnal, l'eg," said tho elder brother, flio jilnnred ut kitchen pantry. Toni-jli- t " you've fotch us er lino Chris'mas gif." . the clock us nho aouteil licraclf In tlio " Hush up. rote," said tho raothur; "you niul noticed tliutahe luttl bm llvu know l'eg oilers wuj cr strange pusson." itilnutoa longer tliaii tisuul. " Kf takln' keer uv er sick mun makes mo "I'm netting il'l." "ht.' thounlit, (,'nmly. strango, then I reck'n I urn," tho girl quiet"Well, why Mioulilii't I be r'ttltiff old I lt' ly replied. trnyeara lnci " At this moment then) " Yes, but cr Yankee ' howl from tho wood-hewas u " Hc'b er human belli', of ho is er Yau-krun them ez don't llko what I've done ' Drnt the doji!" she uxclnlmetl. "IIo'h n km let it ubne. I niny bo or fool, Pete, but Protection liultwd. I'll pesky tiuiMinet " A more prtv l'vo got some fcelin'." bend him umy tho Colonel thrived Pitying eyes uud 1(1111 howl lirGUKlit Mitts Hetty to gcutlo hands uro wonderful helps at healfeet. Hho mmmsI tho broom noil npoiiert tho ing wounds. If they do sometimes strike a There wero ovurnl ilKir. l sill: niTiT io Tilf iiiKiit. fit till blow else where. KoutiditiK tliumps, a yelp or two, und then Peg und tho Colonel sat beneath thutieo mit'd. "Huw Midget Mltw Hetty, Hushed with victory, replaced thought from h.-- r wlioro thoy lirst saw ouch other ten weeks would like this or that!" tho broom und tooK up lnr work breozo was blowing. before. A surliig-lik''Vo, I'm gettniK' old," tukini; up hor Finiilly ho stopped before n. a mocking-birwin. singing thought with hur knitting where rIio IiihI window. "I will go in," sho suid, at lnsU On tho tree-toloft off. "Ten yenm more, uud in bpltc of Mldgot could not know what u victory sho n medloy In tones so low thoy seemed to come from the sky mv money, who'll thuro be t,o tnko euro of hud ginned " Miss Peggy, how can I thank you for Thero wus it rap An hour lutor Misr. Hotty entered tho me. whon'l m nick or- -" ul tho door. It wus htioh u woo, timid llttlo house, nnd after disposing of tho bundles your goodness to mel" nt nil." "Hy not thunkin' mo rap thut It is n wonder Miss llotty hentd it with which lierunns won laden. Mopped to lie was hllont. This untutored girl had ut nil. Five minutes bofore ho could not. tlio closed door and opoued it. A sinilo was if she did know littlo of books. Hho got up und opened tho door with u jork. on her face that hud not known n smile for mot hcr-wihad "Lund' alike, child; whist over uro you years, uud her uwakenctl heart sent tho Ho had illscovi red this bofore, und wuy. doing tliorol And nonlocking, u I livol" blood pulsing to tho ends of her lingers. often been cut off hy her in this sumo The littlo llpnulvered, mid tho choked voice " I urn glud I did not dlHiippoiut hor," sho In truth, ho found himself In love with her,n and wus couMunlly driven from u declaru-liorobbed: " You'h my Aunt 'Ktty. i'upaauid thought. by her curt answers. Midget lay on the lloor, ono littlo hand Ml." "Will you listen to me!" ho begun. MIsh llotty drew hur Into tho room uud under her cheek, tho lips upon, breathing "Of co'urbe 1 will. Whut u funny ques"Midget!" Tho child did not hlitit, tho door with n shiver. " Wliut's your hcuvily. nuti.ol" sho asked tho trembling llttlo o wako or move. Miss llotty lifted her and tion I1" " lovo vou." sho moaned uud muttered hoarsely. Hho befon) her. "Whut fori" Kink for ti moment, palo und trembling, 'It'n Midget." "Because you ure beautiful, und good, on u chair. It wus too evident what wus What's your papu's niimol" pure." "I I don't know." MiitR Hetty wus In tho matter, and tho doctor who cutno u llttlo and Hut you uro rich nn' I'm poor und never " despair. "What Is your mother's mime, later onlv continued hor fours. "Hho may live till morning," wus all ho saw nothln' o' the world further'n tho topo' child t" ehonskeil at last. Midget brightthat thoro hill." ' l'Jpa willwl hor 'Cluru,' " sho miiii. ened. " 1 don't euro for that. If you'll promlso Oli, tho strugglo of that long, loug night I Thero could bo no doubt ubout it, then. war Miss Hatty aut down In her chulr, suoh a Kvory ml.tuto was un hour. At last M.ls to bo my wife, I'll como back when this und tierce coullict of omotJous raging within hor Uotty cropt Into tho deserted kitchen llro. ends und marry you." left, Peggy did not tho When tho Colonel tho (that sho could not spouk cowld scurcoly crouched over was dyiug embers of but lovo seo him ride nwuy. ,8ho wua sitting on tho gouo; nothing All her prido think. What wua to bo dono with herl rebod wlioro ho hud lain so long looking "Docs you lovo my papa!" Midget had and a grcut longing for forgiveness through her tears ut n gold ring that shone druwn near and now luid it littlo hand im- mained. "Jainesl James I" sho cried, "what on her linger. pulsively on Miss Hetty's kneo. Hho struck. Next Christmas brought peace, tho off with a shurp breath Unit was almost a shall I toll him I" it Sho had not heard tho door open until an Colonel, und u wedding In tho log cabin on cry. Tho child's lip trembled, but tho tears a the hill. still; but on across hor that filled her eyes did not full. Bho drew ley wind blowcried: "Hetty, cheek, und my opposite Thu cabin is therefurnvhouso, tho tho hill is u largo where la step and folded hor hands in u hoarso voico buck is property of Peggy and the Colonel. Thoy patient, unchlldltko way that told of ageing child mv baby!" With a cry sho wu lu his urms, and thoro ilvo there prosperous und happy, with moro sorrows borno oven by her young shoulders. out Rtory wua cotnt at u glance. than ltwiwlato that night when Miss Hetty the whole mtserablo lorgiveuess sobbed und children "Ooreo you can'" has been enlarged, asked Tho old cslato laid her weary head on hor pillow Tho lit- to loving eurs, und und includes ull thu laud around for two tle ouo murmured In her sleep and crept received by both. It's papa! " miles. Tho cabin stands lu tho center, a Midgcl, into MisH Hetty s uniis, but nho luid her " If rIio l.uow.i ou wo run save her." tho consecrated iioteie, which no money could sternly b cl; and tniscd and turned until doctor had sulci. A midst u bro ithless silonco Induco them tu have ruzed. "I'll take Hull daylight. tho Then hhu fell Into u deep nloop, from sho opened her eyes ut tho sound of sho buck, Peg," sul.l Pete, lust Christmas, when "Fupal" they wero talking over old times, uftcr havwhich she was nw.ikened by u little, cooing loved voice, uud murmuring his hand fast ing dlucd in honor of thu day und the wedlnugli from the klviien, (iicompimied by fell smilingly usleep with eldost daughter. " I'm not various Mmrttugs Unit OiMct! in u big clasped lu hers. And so after all it was to ding of Peggy's you, un crshumed uv jou novor wuz cr Mlilgolhiul Miss licit vu 4 ml and thankful Christmas, Fnt'ive. Sheeii'i'l toiiiodoor. CuxiiixaS. Bku'Riit'iix fool.", KitK A. 13ll.llU.UV. dressed liiv.ii', ami, louiiug Hollo's j ' With the dr. iv drip, drip of the salt sa brine. Drip, drip from their lock of joUt In their cold blui' rye thero wus never a signify dead mate clasping his lioy nnJ mine, As dea I at hluisolt uud cold. "A dream, but It frosj up the founts of my his response was unheeded. Hcforo muiiy liouni "inJ (mased tho loud crack of howitzers rhook the rotten boards of the cabin roof, mid tlio pupping of rlllcs und muskoln, like llro hi udry tohln liattlolu the distuucc. When evening cr.tno Hum rushed huriiedly past -- tlioso who went by in the mo mug wero dofeuted. Many, wounded, dropped in the road to die; othors pushed on. A joiinjtonireron horseback Willi the shattered fragments of an arm dangling by his sido uud showering blood around him, redo swiftly down tho slope, across the creek, und, dismounting, lay down under u Im'ccIi tree fifty yards Here tho surgeons from the fdghivuy. opened their cases und boon hud plenty of work to (lo. "Well, doctor, they whipped us," said tho Colonel, when hit arm hud leen tuken off. "Yes, but they've stopped the pursuit. Ihoy'ro utmost us willing to quit ns wo wero." "How nm I, doctor" "Not so bad no first thought. If thero wus a human habitation near I would tuko you to it; but I bvhuo man wus never lu these parts before we cuiiie." "What's that I" mm!io tho Colonel, looking over tho doctor's shoulder. "Where !"' usked the doctor, almost fearing his pationl'u mind was wandering. "A woman, if I'm tilivo; uu ungel, If I'm dend," satd the Colonel, answering his own question. It was I'eggj. "If yer please, sir, I II vn upon the hill, an' como down lor seo If 1 could bo uv any c.iue-bruke, 1 look ut soldiers," said tho duughter, whoso hluo e.ics, fair skin uud yellow hair mude moio than ono trooper long to stop uud tarry u while. "I'm orslunii'd tiv jou, I'cg, trttilkln' thuterwuy," iijioko I'ote, the eldest boy, u bliiek-cycfclrow with bristling hnlr und thin, quivering lips. " Didn't tho Yankees kill ixipf" Hut tho girl hud gone Into tho house, and I lovo " tor LOTJISYILLE, he And Minister You don't look nt nil well this morning, Uncle Ilnstus. Uncle Ilasttts No, sail. Pse feclin' lo want ob Bleep; we'a gwine ler hub chicken today for dinner; 'iwns nigh on tor 2 o'clock dat ileni cliickens was Tlie Kjioeli. Popping the Onritllim to n Srlionlmn'am. "Yes," Baiil the young man, na lie threw liimr-elat the feet of tlio pretty teacher, "I lovo you and would go to the world's etui for 31111." "You could not go to the eml of the world for me, James. The world, or the earth, ns it is called, is round like a ball, slightly llatfened nt tlio wlcs. One of the (hid. lessons in tho elementary' geography is devoted to the shajK! of tho globe. You must havettmlied it when o "Or cojii-k- ' I did. but" "Anil it 1j no longer a theory. Cir ctiinnnvigalonhaveisitahlished tlie fact." "I know, Inn what I meant was Hint I would dn anything to pleiiho 3011. Ahl Minerva, if sou knew the aching wild" "There is no biicIi tiling ns n void, James. Nature abhors u vacuum: but, admitting that there could Ik such n thing, how could tlie void you speak of le a void if there was an ache in it?" "I mean to say thnt 1113 life will be lonely without you, that you are my daily thoughts niul my nightly dreams. I would go to lo with 3011. If you were in Australia or ut the north jiolo I would fly to you. 1" "Fly! It will be another century before men can lly. Even when tlie laws of gravitation nro successfully overcome f nnv-where - - - - lECY":, - supplied. , Novelties received daily. Make my place headquarters when you are in the city. thc-hes- Am agent tor the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, ' the world. Try it. t- in 219 to 227 Jefferson Street, lo"uis"V"il:l,:e!7 - ietst., Is Headquarters for CHRISTMAS TRIX ! Old Santa Clans having h id in his stoolc with us. hc ZZ2gS(lt V j Thero!" thero will still remain, savs a late scientific authority, the ilillicult'y of maintaining a lialance" "Well, at all events," exclaimed the youth, "I've got a fair balance in the oank, nnd I want you to lo my wife. "Well, Jnmes, since vou nut it in that light, I" Let tho curtain fall. Boston Courier. There never has been such a Complete Line Opened in Louisville as we have SOW ?f$ Prices to suit the purchaser. tr. il - H rS ftl ni Statesmanlike Urtlrrncc. Kojiorter Well, senator, I liavo come nccortliiig to 3our reouest. Whut feature of tho late cnin'xiign do you wish to discuss? Distinguished Senntor(witii jmnderous gravity) I have sent for you, sir, to sav that I iwsitively refuse to bo interviewed. Put that down iMMitively refuse. These public men that aro always rushing into print hi onlerto keep themselves hcforo he public got that down? might take a lesson from tho statesmanlike reticence of men who reall3 know the causes that contributed to our late defeat, but who maintain a dignified reservo when approached by the thoughtless interviewer. FLUE Add something nlxuit my evident unwillingness to tlimst my "personality on the public, and let me see thu article 3oit print it. Good da3'. Chicago le-fo- re W. H.- - Dealer Jn Hardware, Groceries, Queensware, Salt, Lime, Cement, Till, WAGOK MSIAL, IRON, FS &C .'UFLraiS, MATES, STOVES, Tribune, li'u Struck 11 Suit';. ir UJjb;i.lXLU fl YT EllJ' rl lonx-tlratr- L o; VsiiL'tr--ir- 0 U lr The Oliver Plow is still in the lead. Do not try anything new. when your neighhor and your own experience.tell you it has no equal. and those anticipating And to call and examine the New Arizona Cook Stoves and see how many are now in use. The Belle City Cutting Box is fully warranted to give satisfaction and has less machinery than any box on the market and is as low as an v. If vou want a Corn Shell-e- r. don't pass the J locking Valley Sheller. To all I extend my thanks for your patronage and ask you to give me the same for the coming vear. house-keepers house-keepin- g: IfJ wood-fllitfi- V. B. Iluncn Canvasser 1 can't he mistaken! Aren't 3011 a son of the Widncrs, of His Prey No; I'm a son of a cannon, of Salt IjiIco City, and you don't want to fool 'round tli' muzzle, young fellow. Time. - n o McKinncy and Frank Mclvinuey, salesmen. W. H.HIGGINS. ! p d Richmond? t, R K. TARENg. And dealer in- - Tlmrly Caution. Jowolcr Hg-ur- charge. Youn; Mnn Well, Inscribe on it "From Cleorge to Alice." Jeweler llem! Tho lady h. your sister, mavbc? Voting Man Yen. sii" I will you wi.ih on this ring engrave g without extra nny-thln- Tho fact is this is an engagement ring. Jeweler Ah, my young friend, I havo had considerable experience In engagement rings, nnd I would suggent that the Inscription be nimply "From George." Fhen it will do for anybody. Time. ITkrful and Ornamental. c store) I Miss Clara (in think these littlo JatmnescJ trays aro so xquisite, Ethel, nnu eo cheap, too. I bought a pair of them tho other da v. do you do with Miss Etliel-W- liat Ihem, Clara? Miss Clara Mamma uses one for a bric-a-bra- .UNDBHTAKBl, NEWjjHOIIIE mj' mr. 4kJ SEWING - AXD - WHINES, MFJM I1. M m I m- v WS, W-B M.MP WW' I T mv I ili W--Mw kmi Bm i ssmr sftb BrW,5fcrdrV'ij !&' mJ Wii MVm, C. 9) IUr t fruit tray at breakfast and the other I havo on my dressing bureau to drop curl pr.psrs and liairpina into. New' York dun Very Of Every Description. , dm-ilii- rortunatc. Railroad Official (to reporter) Yes, we have been very fortunate aa regardi this accident. There was only one coach wholly wrecked. Tlio others can bo repaired at a trilling expense. Reporter Rut tlio loss of life? R. U. Otllcial Oh, forty killed, more or less. 1 don't recall tho exact figures. Yankeo 131ud Parlor Sets, Bed Room Sets, &c. Loiin-gesTable- s, In endless variety. If you want to make a Christmas, pi'&j ent. youyould not u'o to a better or cheaper place thaiuto JJ. K. WEAKEN, Stanford I. , x 1..- - u d -.- . r t hi? i' Erf' V I in Jessamine county, known as Troy, arc revelling in a scnndal sensation that mongers Stanford, Ky , Decbmiirr 18, 1888 must bo very gratifying to tho farmer, A wealthy old thereabouts. Wm. McDonald, has n highly respecta ble tenant named White, who Is the pos V. F. WALTON. sessor of a daughter, Miss Annie, whose Is Receiving His budding loveliness is tho envy of tho entire community. Old man McDonaUluN so has a son, Clinton, who although a Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial. deacon in tho church, ignored tho Biblical injunction and looked upon tho beau.TuDdi! Tonrv lays down tho law of libel in n most reasonable, nnd natural tiful girl with longing eyes. She recipconstruction. In instructing tlio jury rocated his love advances nnd in an un- in tliu Vant'o case ho said that n paper is guarded moment fell from woman's high privileged to puliliHli n matter of public pede.stid. The inevitable result of the clergy. SCHOOL! li H. Morse, cashier of tho bank at THE interest, if it lias reason to believe that sin followed and then the father discovfc'an Bernardino, Cab, was shot and killthe statement is true, oven if it is not, ering with horror that his precious Will open jfal nnd gives it in n fnir spirit and without daughter would soon become a mother, ed by John Oaks because he refused to iden1889, On malice. A public otlicer is subject to with no one to call her wife, forced from cash a check for him without being criticism, and in the discussion of their her a confession which caused hlin to go tified. Kber Durham, of Salisbury ville, I'u.f Wo Have Openod a new Stock of acts good faith is alone required from gunning immediately for tho youthful Many pupil have already vnnugrdundthr pro. much better tnn pccM term for a indulge in deacon. Looking into the eye of the in- started a lire in n hollow tree and went school.arc Our orU ii thorough,lait ituhown by lull newspapers and persons who a the who went We hall such discussion. The law of Implied furiated father nnd down the barrels of to sleep. The tiro burned through the tr.ichrrt specialty theout from ui lat )rr. Common make it term of the malice does not obtain in such case. This the murderous weapon, Clinton promis- tree nnd it fell on lilm, crushing him to School anil Icichert' cnuni! hence tho expect Coume mi: to teach couM xcarccly do better ttuu enlir death. A ed all manner of reparation, nnd pleadis the only sensible view of tho law. our claci. The 100 barrels of whisky belonging Rale from it so to $t per month newspaper should use discretion and ing for mercy, begged to bo allowed to Mr. M. h DENNY, Principal 7Mt precaution in its publications, but it can marry the girl. His request was granted to Dick Tate, who used to wear tho proi' AiUnl nnd tho time fixed for its consummation, lix to his name of "Honest," were sold in statenot wait to absolutely verify every L5 barrel lots Friday at 77 to 80 cents n ment, else it would never publish nny. but when it arrived Clinton had Which We Cordially invito the public to call and Examine. Every(led the country, leaving bis gallon. AX news. thing is new, The Cusarian operation was pervictim to pass through tho teniblo orIt seeins to be the impression of the deal that awaits her, with no one o formed on Kllen Murphy, an unmarried fellows who were pulling at the fat teat with nor shield her from scorn. woman of 'M, in New York, and the LILY COAL, of public otlice, when the election of A suit for bastardy has been entered and lives of both the woman and her offCleveland caused them to stop down nnd Ami III Veep it conntmtly on hand in my )rdt tho young man's estate will pay the for- spring were saved. And every thing has beon selected with great care, the sonior mem- out, that all they have to do now is to feit for his indiscretion and heartless- on G. in Manlord Tho boiler of the cotton-gipresent theinelvcs and they will be reW. Turner's place, two miles from Mont- Also LImo, Sand & Hair, ber's six years experience netis. as a drummer enabling him to do so with Hut from habilitated and gomery. Ala., exploded, killing George (iitr m I Call nil we can gather, they are going to bo Tiik threat of Senator Hiddleberger, the Turner and two negroes outright, and discrimination and profit. Tho patronage of persons with cash and MIOCilNS, JOHN Stanford. 6jtt mightily fooled. A new set is going to rantankeroiiB Virginian, to resign and wounding seven others. those who pay promptly on Jan. 1st and July 1st is especially demand recognition and the "old black give Gov. Hill u chanrc to appoint a Hdugees from the yellow fever tire man" is going to have some of the swag, democrat in his place, which would givo n,j,i(iy returning to Jacksonville, 500 desired. or there's going to be some kicking that the Senate to the democrats, is no doubt Inrriving during Friday and Saturday, SURGEON Asking a share of your patrouage, wo aro Respectfully, will put the efforts of n circus mule in doue his party, which has snubb-- , 'rucy are met by bands of music ami proSTAN'rOKD, KV. the shade. The prospects for a very wl and ostracised him, to its senses. The cessions bearing banners, lively scramble is flattering nnd the reason of his present rage is that Ingalls vaOffice street, There are more than 50 tlrms in this cated byon IjmcaMerI'enn) In room Dr W. II democrats can stand off" and enjoy the threatened him with the Seargent-at-- j c0,u,try making chewing gum and it is. show, if they arc not permitted to par- Arms when bo became obstrencrous the .. :...... .,1 !. tlw. ctnrvnnnnii ticipate in the festivities. , other day in insisting upon a question ced and Sale Stable urticlo wii bo 80,i t,is ycar. u is ship- ivcry, of privilege. ThoSenato is too impor- - ptHl lonl, parte of the world. The Owensboro Messonger phototnnt just now to tho republicans lortheni Xear Morgantow n, while Granville graphs these alleged "leaders" so well way aim it goes without Grav f;iniU!r Worth $13,000 or $20,000, that no diagram is needed for tho origi- to lose it in this sayingtbat everything will be done to wns"on i,i8 Way to church, an unknown nals to bo recogniz-t- l instantly. Hut if it ' ' """" perSOll SllOt llllll 111 tllO IHVOK Willi n tU nil tlm m wn ..l.l I"""'"- ""r..thor U wrf shot-guloaded with 32 buck shot, kill- -' not attaint to chow our esneeial meatJ 'Pini.n ... . ' III1VIIU1I "l.w tvno inmiit &llllllttl the gallant "giner.d." Hero's what it !,.,! of stealing Bookmaker Hilev's box nt inB ',,,n The colore! people at Washington , Kiys: "JJr.utloy is an inllated little toad, iA.xinpton last week, boasted after his roW. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. aro much incensed becauso Congress of prodigious lung power. Ho is made (a(IM. LONDON", k , tlut IU jid atcal it, but was too lUrton, of Ohio, refused to oLvery coarse material. He is said to be ' ,. ,...,,! u m u nmrl nn him. Good turnout and nJJIe hortct always for hlrt anally posing for a cabinet positionnnd Vl... ! London it the mot convenon reasonable termt frth,.r with th tlko tho profewUmnil of - point on the is in danger of making bimsolf us ridicu scoundrel, because there is n provision man Smalls, of South Carolina, when ientthe mountain railroadofto reach placet in the to teuton the Slate in ' vu.! ll.k.l .M.k lous as our Cruinbaugh did, once upon n nguinst putting n man in jeopardy twice muv nt! inuwuini-ii- . IJarnum has just retired from P. T. time. Denny is a big, rough, meat-afor the samo offense, but the case prekind of a fellow, whoso at sents some very plausible features for n business, after having amassed n fortune RQTIC6 TO CREDITORS. of 10,000,000 in the show husi ncsx, and Chicago last summer disgusted everycoat of tar and feathers, with an excur-Mo- n body." s capital on the ho has taken precaution against contest All pertont hotdtnc rtaimt again! Mr Sarah1 out of tho over his will by having two physicians Cook, dee'd, will W,K of n "J!: prctcnt them, properly proven, ' It is stated on undeniable authority certify that he is in his right mind. to the nnderticneit on or beforn December ilh, that Harrison has tendervtl tho chief poA C UOIIINSON, The Ohio laws sanction mixed S33 Tub London Telegraph received 2,200 sition in his cabinet to IMaine, who has letters in reply to the tpiestiou, "Is mar- schools, but nt Batavia the white people Admr. of Sarah Cook, fJilhett Crrek, K 8j accepted it. Tin's is as expected and pre- riage a failure?" and most of them were not only refuse to permit their childicted. The convention which nomina- in the affirmative. But the fate of these dren to attend school with negroes, but ted Harrison was distinctively a lilaine sufferers will deter no one from trying stono tho houses of those who have tho "2" convention, which would have nomina- the thins; for himself or herself. Paul audacity to send their children to them. . ted him 011 the tlr.it billot but for his re- remarked once upon a time, "They who Fotlieringliani, the express agent, KBITTTJCK-Srt have purchated the Meiiri, iterated refusal to accept the nomination marry do well, but they that marry not whom Jim CunimiiigH lobbed of $80,000 CcorKc 1). Wcaren and lumber ardt ofwill open M llnue and under any conditions. It is but natural, do better," ami most of the human race near St. Louis, and u'lio was placed in a biff vard at the one tmrehated of Mr. Wearcn. lletidct lumber in rouch and drettcd, I will carry therefore, that Dlaine should have llrst is satistled to let well enough nlone. jail by the company on a charge of com- a laree line of window tathct, door and thlnclet, latht. potlt and the picket fence formerly told by choice of the pie in an administration in plicity in the crime, has compromised Mr. Vearen. S . IIOCKKK ,jiyr whiclihe will be. the the power behind Cash tJooiu.oE rises to remark that he his suit for damages by the payment of the throne, tireater than the throne it- does not want n cabinet place. Jack did $S,:500, self. Pretty Hoy, u bad Sioux Indian nt not eat his supper for the same reason. Fort Price Agency in Montana, uiurder- .Sometime ago the Courier-Journpubed His wife, killed two iolice officers 'I hit notice fnrewarut hunter. . fKhcrmi-and lished u charge against one Burton Vance NEWS CONDENSED. on our landt tlio attempted to arrest nun, mortally othcrt not to trp.patt be prn.eeuti-- uithout to the which that individual claimed damaged niitilon, at nil audi mil The new river nnd haiborbill appro- wounded a third, and then, after sever- ct exuui of thr law MKneii. him to the amount of fc9,003 and vs acpriates $11, IWO.SW. (ii:o t noi'i'KK. ing the arteries in both wrists, shot T.J. II ILL. cordingly brought suit against the conl.M. McKonKltlsJR M S. IIAt'CIIMAN. John Setiel, aged IK) years, hanged through t helical t. KU m.McAI.IS'IKK. J.K IIKUCK cern for that amount. The trial of the S II IIAL'tillMAN, S II SHANKS, himself at Joliet. III. case occupied four days of the Law and .MKS. HKNRV IIAUC.IIMAN, A. M ri.l.ANI) The president has pardoned I'M conFARM AND TRADE4TEMS. I'BNCK. K.T Ktjuity Court, of IMiisville, last week, &o. victs during the year. and resulted in a hum; jury, nine being, Foil Sale 22 yearling mules at $S.". There aro 142 prisoners in the Ken against any damage whatever and the F. M. Yowcll, Hus'tonville. JT. tucky penitentiary for life. other three standing out for only one I Inrry Dunn bought in Kockcabtlo ,'. ... :.. ...... .11 ... -- mure win im --' conical IlKALKK lt- cent. This is about the result of the avmmt u hm.(,, mm)vr of ,,, f ll0rWH nt Cheese, Ueef, Goods tlio next House of Heprcsentatives. erage libel suit. to "."j Ulereliaiiclisc, A new bank with $200,000 capital .FokS.m.i:-O- ik of very fat KOWI.ANI). KY , Tiik House Committee on Pensions has been organized nt Nicholas, ville. cotton ,m,ieg. Call on or address J. Alex after expae&sing its opposition to largo Hat attack complete in all im department and Kilrain has accepted the challenge Doty, Point Leavell, ICy. dctlre to call the attention ot the public to their pensions to widows, reported favorably BlUl'lllT Knives?, C'nyenno and S. II. Ilaughmaii sold Ins two .St. Mock of Men' nnd !ot Clothing, llatt, Caps Sjhisiijo Grinders, to givo Mrs. Sheridan $;5,500 n year, up- of John L. Sullivan for n fi"ht to n finisli lloott, Shoei, Dry liood, Notion mid Family Martin colta at the thoroughbred wile in (roctriet. Country produce taken in cvchanKe for $10,000. Mlacl IVpper. on tho ground that congress can not forcood Will have our Chrutmai Stock b) M. Hammer lnui been elected PresiU'xington at $400 nnd ttt Call in and look at It well refuse such action after giv- I). X. Prewitt has bought in this and iugso liberally to others less meritori- - dent of Switzerland ami M. liuchonnet (Jnrnird county in the last week 112 head Sweet, and Sour Pickle3 Bulk and in Bottles, Sorghum, ous. the custom is altogether wrong, .. T "ii rut. tjiucago uper.t nouse caugui of scrub cnttlo at 2 to 111 cts. Honey, &c. will never be corrected as loni asJ but it A. C. ltobinson sold to K. V. Uhj-the public is roproented by n 0 0f ureaiui was tiauiagett to tiie umuiiut. 01 bead of New York cattle, weighing 1,525 20,000; no lives lost. Deuler In toadies ever ready to pander to the sol The Satellites of Mercury have pur- pounds, at $4.40 to $4.80. Lancaster tlier element. chased a site, 00x200 feet, in Louisville, News. DOMESTIC AND always rennomible nnd goods Tiik Louisville Southern has been ami will erect buildings. Fok IJtr.XT. :d acres of land; a good leaed to the L., X. A. A C. Kailroad, It is calculated that at the price house and outbuildings; largo orchard tiie Motion Koute, for a term of HO ' ground sold for recently on' Wall street, and plenty small fruit. U.T.McIloberts, T. K. Always years, tlio lessee to pay the bond inter-- Jsew York, an acre would be worth $H,- - .Stanford. est and the net profits to be. divided be .500,000. Thirty-eigh- t 011 registered Jersey cows tween the two. ihe road will cross the A mauaziiie. near Bradfonlf Pa., con and other stock belonging to Van L. new bridge at Louisville, thus putting tninincSOO pounds of dynamite, blew up! Klrkman, near Nashville, were burned on Harrodsburg, Lawrenceburg and the lit Sunday morning. Tlio shock was felt 20 in a shed several nights ago. Tho loss is Elegant Baskets Prepared short notice. tie towns that have not heretofore enjoy- miles away. put at $!,000, with $800 insurance on the ed railroad facilities, on a direct trunk The Louisville Investment Co., cap- shed. l keep nothing but the very bett.'" line to tho West and Norihwest. ital stock SJO.OOO, lias been chartered by Oilman it llrent, of this city, have X. A. Itichardson and O. II. Harrison. shipped L'o.OOO turkeys this season from Tiik South Carolina Senate has passed Manufacturers' Ilecord. this place, Richmond and Klemingsburg. 'I I IE NEW- a bill to dismiss any member who iihes -- Cooper it Weddle's dry goods store They averaged about II pounds, for which virtue-waniilwny pass. This spasm of A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. nt Waterloo, Pulaski county, caught fire they paid an average of lijcts. per pound taken doubtless after a poll of the House , , P ,. , ., Paris Xews. ! showed that there was no possiblo dan-- 1 ipjl'W J' V jtff ? fully !f.),000; no insurance, L. M. Lasloy bought and sold 10 or ger of it becoming a law. Two bodies. of c . .1 it dozen horses at the "Lexington combiJSLAWX legislators to agree on this important No. 408 Jeflerton utreet, !."! bushels of coal were mined nation salo for himself and other parsubject have never yet boon found and nan 01 tins ycar, against ties. He bought a beautiful imported the probability is that they will not be. miring tne llrst Four doort below NS.IL'O.OISO for the whole of 1887. The French mare for himself, from which he LOUISVILLE. Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by 4U1 Ave., soon. Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-01a3- 3 Bakery, Restaurant and number of thoxo employed in mines is expects to realuo largely. Ho soltl a California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everyIIknkv Smaiit, who is under sentence ,!H:J. iyeallng Lconatus for Jim Gentry for t of life imprisonment (or tho murder of Xear Puck Hill, Miss., two masked rf as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and tho Best of CEO. W. HINESLEY, Propr. thing in their line, such Meisner Green, near 1misvillo, was Jiien intimidated the engineer and II. (5. Pennington reports that corn "it Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. guilty in that city last week of man of an Illinois Central train and in crib at C. C. Withers' wile Saturday the murder of llelle Ward, whom he when the train stopped robbed the ex- - brought $1.7(1 per barrel; hay $10.10 mi killed at the same timo. ,lf .Ir. Sinai t press car of $:(,i)tK). In an exchange of average stack; oats $1.1!) per 100 bundles; Fine Orders a Specialty. is hiniiit lie will demand that tho former shots with passengers and trainmen, horses $:) to f 107 and cows i() to S:to. Respectfully, ZIMMER, hontuncc bo first executed- - before ho is Chnrles Hughes, of Jackson, Tenn., was Mr. Withers ami family will remove to Open Day and N'ljht. . Wholesalo and Retail. Eieanilj' l'nriihcd Itoomt. killed, . executed. ip!s place in town. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal The citizens of tho dclectablo locality DOUBLE ITTTMBER,. ' Senator Hiddloberger says no ts going to resign bis seat in the Scnato and givo Gov. Leo the opportunity tonppolnt I am ole Agent in Lincoln Counijr fur the Na someone to (ill out his term. file murderer of Jessie Huod utilar- ilyofby llro llitnn In the Interior Journal. instruction, iticc. wijii iuii Mm MAK jo. PATTEN, rodsbnrif remains it iiiMjtery. Tom ami II. Crab Orchard, Ky John c'lecman having been acquitted a two days' examining trial, li L. Harper, tho notorious presiHOUSE, dent of the late Fidelity Bank of CincinLIBERTY, KY., nati, who is now a convict in tho Ohio penitentiary, has become insane. F. W. WARRINNER, PROP'R. ii Goods Wm. Calhoun, L'.'J, lias been I lliilel ami initial run-- , ' ed to tlio at Wilmington, Del., for out- ninehae livtketlthe above In It in lirtclntjlu pitrtKuUr. Speaged 53. Ho ci.tl atn-- ion to commercial men. raging Catherine Ultz, ought also to bo denied tlio benefit of National Garment Cutter. Mo to WUTPLMY9 4 I MERCHANT TAILOR FALL AND ui-t- er THE NAPIER WINTER GOODS. - ss-i- ' MB 1H NEW TORE I February 4th i t ! Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, igno-ininious- ly 1TEW CO fABD. tosym-pathiz- SUPERIOR lOT K PIECE OF OLD GOODS n I I A. S. PRICE!, g DENTIST, rece-ttl- ( SEVERANCE & SON. J I J 1 I -- . - - ""'' j JSBsic-ra- l - ftin-ti.i.....- n " ...l-,U.- " I ! ,., 'n' 4 .R. WALTON & SOMERSET STREETS A man-ele- ct I Alstffea x blue-gras- ! m A LUMBER I AUDI STA1TFORD, . POSTED. al n tier-full- - d him-.sc- lf Currants, Citron, Haisins, Figs, Concentrated Coooanut, Gelatine, Corn Staron, Chooolate, Extracts, I 1 . ..,-- . .. -- H. HX3CTOJT, -- General ear-loa- d Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat, Hominy, Maccaroni, Dried Canned Generally. J , -- Sne, . Vice-Preside- -- " 1 W. K. BRADTrr. -- FU MIS liflSTPnees. lirst-olas.s.Jg- rJl 1 Fresh Supply Walto.v. Hand. NEW JUL o I NEW M I NEW, 11 s .,.'., English Kitchen A 1 11 I!!,'.'-?.)- , IA 1m IEM. r. ' ! llre-fou- j FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE M. W n -- - MjF.vIi- V- CUVtST .AaW ' .j. r . iavjsr -- TS&ii WTrf.'ysnf " ffPr 7tf ' $! "m'vip Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal I). Klahm' entire utock of goods is to ho auctioned oil'. a. huIu nnd retail Gandikm, orangex nnd nut ut fholu prices ut Metcalf & Fos- cinity of ago of O.'l 'Stankokii. Ky., Pkokmhkii 18.1888 a,c,WAUTON, Comk nnd getyour nweethenrt of nice fruit.' S. .. Myers'. has ke ter's. uur. MunuKer uontinuc two weeks (to Jan. A 1. Auction! Auction ! nt D. KlasV. from Monday, Don't full to attend 1). Kliuw' miction eaeh day, beginning nt 10 a. m. nnd 1:.10 Will nnd (J m. i'. 17, It wo Publlnbod Every Tuoaday and Friday SajMCIl YICAK,ti ADVA.NC1I! VWhcn not to paid. 93.0O will be chanted.""'" K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. nut lot of oruiiKUM, which will be Hold booked for it. nt nHtoiiiHliingly low price, Junt leeolved You will show your good judgment by nt Metcnlf & Foster'. culling and buying n nice clonk early, beLost. A short watch chain with two fore our stock is too badly broken. Wo keys on it. Kinder will be rewarded by w ill sell you at cost. Owsley A Craig. " leaving them at this of lice. rCoTiiiMi is more durable or handsome for n Christmas present than n nice clonk. Go to Ot .ley & Craig's nnd buy ono at DEATH'S DOINGS. -' but ono week to Christmas nnd hnven't got even so much ns n show is ) Tein learn Ilowland w at ip t 710 in m L. & N, LOCAL TIME CARD. . cost. j At 7 o'clock yesterday morning, nfter several months' illness of llrights disease and inflammation of the bowels, the llitli, nt the years. Mrs. Leonard's maiden name was Kubanks nnd among her brothers nnd sisters were Messrs. .Tnmes and George- Kuban ks, Mrs. Sallie .Singleton and Mrs. Polly Floyd, nil of whom lived to nn advanced age, except Mrs. Floyd. Mr. Geo. Kubanks still survives. Mrs Leonard was married twice, her first husband being n Tinsley, by whom she had flvo children, three sons nnd two daughters, nil of whom preceded her to the grave except one son, Itennett S. 1- .1W...1 1 iiibii;) , miu nun iiiuw an vanillic jvitrr". sons were the fruits of her last ' Three tnnrringc, nil of whom nre now living. Her last illness was protracted nnd her! K. T. BuHerings were extreme Mt. Salem on j J 1 1 1 SWNFORD PLMINQ MILL CO 1 iiooruig, aicinigg, Mouldings, Brackets, Scroll Work, Frames, Sasli, Doors, Illinds, Veranda Work, Etc. A. C. SINE, ceiling, Finishing Lumber, Superintendent, hl tf GEO. D. WEAREN, Mangr' Of tho Business of Mrs. J. F. WEAREN, dealer in for cooking stoves; not only cheaper, but sole Hiirviver of tho family who nunc Miporior to lump for such purposes. ico. from Virginin nnd setthvl near Crab OrKjiKcs, I. Wcnreii, manager. NKW ADVKKTISK31EXTS. chard, when this county was n wildernnd Jewelry reimired und Watch k Theso Hav-agII. IVnuv. Harrows, Plows, Cultivaters, Emjin.es, Thre3hing Machines, Glover warranted. A. "Tin: Man of Snap," by Klder Ueorge ness inhabited by Indians. The best plmv to w tlrtigx, paltuit Dnrsle, nt the Christian church attacked and massacred the family Hullers, Saw Mills, Cutters, Horse Powers, Hay, medicines and toilet urtichs is ut A. It. will be a literary nnd humorous treat. one tiny, Henry nlono escnpingand sav- dram, Seeds, Coal, &c, 1'ennyV. Admission only 1N cents. ing his life by hiding in the bushes. A All ol Inch are carefultv elr trd from the Slanil.ini .Maniifartor lluv your school books, ink, tablets, ' fil.o omilrjr. .I..... r.f nuiio ..v.v- lwiftl tfl lllll)., 111! fit unnu I .1 ' ..'... prtpor, pencils and whool Mipplius of nil Fi.oniDi oranges -" cts. per dozen; bun llllllllfl turned out to be tlirifty business whom Iloman Candlei, kinds (mm A. H. l'ciiny, T.tinit the a1r of C'racli-nnns 'M nnd !W cents per dozen; Malaga men, rnclettor other lih the subject of this sketch especial- eror other litelike contrivance loailed withinpow. 1 miar.mteo all watcher and every ar- irrapes 'Si cents per pound; cocoa 11 utM explosive sulntantlv the ago ho wits mar- C ity of Sunfi.rJ. I sell to lie jiift 11s reprely. More thnn .'0 years ticle of jewelry lie it orilainetl l the citjr council of St anfonl and UK- - each. s. S. My run. sented. A. It. lVnny. ried to Mrs. Catherine .Smith.who survives Sec 1. 'I hat the tax on lirciKeto se I cricket, Itoman cnnillc rocVcti I). Klasswill him, together with three children, Sam loude'l with powfier, or or other like lontrivanccx Hci.inninw yesterdny Mr. other like Ttfiloive ub PERSONAL POINTS. 01 Manlonl shall auction his entire, btock of goods, thus uel IL, John K.UIld M.iS., Ills Oldest hOll, '.unccwlihrn the city license shall hall bele lorbi.1 rear, not -having died in July last. During Ji5.-11. Mii.u.n, lv.j. is attending the giving his patrons u chance to get what Henry, W. who tin his long life bv industry nnd frugality, ,lfc,; Any peron or of Stanford any they want absolutely at their own price. limit of the city ; , Liberty circuit cmirt. . . lie ainnSSCU a l.irgO lorllllie, 01 WHICH III) articlcenumirateu heri-In- . without firt obtaininc MissM.W Hi:i.m entertained a few of the license ax )irrnlcil fur in thii orilinance, shall I.00K t Tins. We will sell all of our has had tho pleasure of distributing be finrd nut ' t than 5$ nor more than $o for each her friends Friday cvenlnjr. ale. cloak among his children more than $100,000. clonks from now on nt cost This ordinance shall be in full force Mkx Maiiihk Mitciiki.i, of Itichniond, Sc i SI.VjO cloak for $10; S10 cloak He still has $150,000 in bank stock nnd from and liter it for?--0; I)igr liURNSIIlK, Mavor. is vMUug her sifter, Mrs. W I). i'ndcr-- ' i"..V); $5 cloak for E II Now is your good notes, besides other preperty, notJl.tfi. wood. ,, golden opiortunltv to buy. Owsley k withstanding he lost mom than SoO.OOO C--: Mks. W. II. Mu.mi, Mrs. It. S. I Crate. worth of negioes by emancipation. This nnd Mis Ithotln I'ortuuiu went to Units 'I he Farmer Xntionul Hank, located at Stanstore into would make an esttite worth considerniiavi: movctl my meat villo Friday. Lincoln county, Ky., Is now settline it rt vvlili'li una ford, inanu tncrciure notice i tie relivsiven to alt l.t. . ,..... 401VI . rvn , ! i , Au-or.;inin Spiir M. C. Fortimm's old stand imme- - v Mil. J. V. went up to Imdon made in fanning, stock mising and mon JmldiDir said Hank s notes or having claim against , und I will Ikj said Association to preent them for payment. yetenluy to nttond tln fiinend of Mor-- 1 ilintely nciovs tho htre-tOct. 18, 18S& JOHN II.OWSI.EV, Cashier. pleased to we my cuxtomers nt nil times, ey loaning, lie never speculated, being l'iUi T. Craft. Mower but surer methwith the III of and a in the pact will try to merit a content Mil. l'lrrm; Sriuui, Jk.. is very M. F. ods of making a fortune. N'o man ever typhoomilariii, but ws lightly improv- - shnre of the public patronage. bis children and none STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. j thought more of Klkin. el yesterday. ever did more for them. Ills home was We arc sole Agents for the Mi", JtvMH MrKiN.vin lias been w; A meeting of the stockholder of the National1 N. Meeker, merchant tin. tilnee that all of them turned with . . .1.. ineir ! Mo'lvinnoy nnd blisses ( Aioxkd. Mr. tl . 01 iiu.ioimiic .. Ill L. L.I at .L .. iMnmnK Itlng MM Aniiln ... i..,. li nc neiu ..( "anfc .11 at Otteiiheim, mid turnpike contractor, ... . " l.oii.eln llustonsllle on the ad Tucdar in J " pieiisiirv mm uu . Annie nnd Lou Dunn. V. II. Miller has made an alignment to them grow up to be Mendy nnd j mry.ilW, forthe pHrpoe of ekctingnme Direct-- ' Mk. II. K. Milluh, of l.ognii eoiinty, for tlie benetlt of bis creditoi-s- . His thrifty men, after bis own likeness. That or tocrvetheeuuui year, .Kin rcturntsl home, alter n plunsaut vlit J. w. HQCKF.R.Caihser i nre stated nt SV-'O- O mid his nsvels noblest work of Uod, an- honest man, ... f .. ; " 8"11 .1. lulHW). Heelninmthenbility to ,.ay Mr. Ilaughman leaves a record which is ' M. UoniKT C..u.,h nntl family loft RUBBER-USE- D. ,,,, ,,tf ou,.s n , MTER-PR0- 0F BOOTS. by faniilv that is STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINC. r.f itself nn heritaee to his yeMeruny iiir iiuninwnv, .iu., n vcntlng a snerilice of his property he etui more precious than gold, for he lived his Mr. C. bus MKMirfsl 11 luenttive Hsition. do so. almost four score yeaisabsolutely blamo- - A meeting of the stockholders of the Fust Na- Mas. V. T. Hni:kv. f I'inevilie, Mis. lew and above reproach. A good citizen io" "nk iiibeheidt their banking , ... ... J. K. Cnrviniuid Mis Judith King, of llvil.m llll.l. LMVe n IMirtV tolllS fnelldS .i,n,i ...tiiii in iiii futeitn . 111 .. m, ui ,1 uiuiiu Stanford on the d Tuesday in January. 18880, for. . u i " ,ie purpose of electing eleteu Directors to serve (lr..l,,r.l u..r.. t In. .. nf .Mrs. J. .. I. ,,.,ir,- limn... Kriil.-i- iiKtlil. Almnl """ " "'" ,., ho yenix, nntl nt a time when ,,. longetl to , cnMng year. ... ....... ,, IS. Owsley. 'JO couples wen present aim 11 .iuukiumii . , ,illirl. , JHOS I Mi ROIURI'S, Cashier. Mil W. (,!..S,i bus Iswn pK,inte,l j tiin w.ts bail dnneing. nt unn.e.s niuloth-- 1 f() ,,ut Mrivo'to Hve Mauler of Train On this division in the or amusements. Mr. und Mrs. .Sam M. ! that thev too mav receive at last the ,.la. of Acting Master Ciflonl, who get Onens .esided nt the Uible, which held I , , ,.tml fll!th. Ul0U a mie-- t tastily prepared rciuct nml agist- fill .servant." Services will be held nt another iKisition I ant Agent for W T WoodwardMiUANliMn-- . PiikJu'Kmin, of luist ed bv the bachelor host, they did the nt 11 o'clock, his late residence ISrntndt. in- -l en route to Cincinnati entertaining. ! after which the remains will bo brought Iht- - tiny will ipetul nportinii Siindax. Wii.mi.s, the "blind pieacher," to llnllalo Cemetery for interment. Vhi--nt: commences is, it!?. Those desiring .( their('briMiiH. London, Dec. 17, S .. m. Morgan cntiv hlanks 'an nlium them h iidJre.sine me ' Co., attempted tn work the citir.ens of NichWM. Rl't, Kntficsilosc January i, 1&S9. Mit. Jam us T. Cno w, of Cmw Sj Dansille, Ky. preceded him died nt 11 o'clock last night. Will be McKlunev, was here ycMcnlay getting olasville, but his fame had .. .. iimiMtiii. 1. ..:... n. Aiticmiii. s.i -- r r..- - .1. ., i.. 1. ....... ' mm ink ivum-. .. .1 iu niitii'ii 111 111c wiim" ... 1'b.u,.- am. bono,.. V, i" is tian ehurcli was trtmted with big mk n 0 liar.y! The above is a peculiarly sad announce-- ' ML I J Iv r- - of Vishvllle who -- me advice that made the Kev. , erowladHome;;s she gms 'older, "abs.p.amlate" as ssm us possible. ...V..t to the writer , who held the deceits-- lriHjt rietiire I will 'ill .it public --"- '"' e t . way, a " K -- at of tl.o Cook, of Hustonville. nre, Md Miss Kate - ' ' ' " ineooy who uiihwi 11. wopu, vHting tln.il-iKii.," ..,., fri,..l . .i.u 11. ..... niiui ",v ulmse iiilWiion for tin novorlUW TUESDAY, DEC. iiivj '.-mm aim u " 1 .li,ir r.1..iuk On the jueml.e at Kosland, Ky.. Iwy's hand iin.l wounding wavered or waned. AtiLMista. i.h. News bus this i,.HtrIkliii! tli' Tin! Monti vs t. t'liur 100 Stnnfnnl """ MK"U'Niy of a young Indy n liu was born in Letcher county, Ivv.. and ... ..it... t.i... - ra . ,,. ..i . a.d having , ,. . ns'lierhirth plu.-f. ..ii ii. wiiifMim Minnie Owens. niurv or VVoun.t icceived by Whit M011U wnsnooui -- o veurs oi age. ins ihhht . i.,., ic, uciii.o u. Ibe talented luuclitur of CudU '. K. j.,n1.vThankgiving ilsy from young was a ItaptiM preacher, '"d fu,th" j ",l "J-,- , .ftf i thro' '" '"" elected piaiiNt lor ';su-iuhnu- ho-- e barged the inoiintaln country, ami was a man ot iiwens, bus tiallatin, Icnn. s; irun t'vns , ni Kiit ItoptiM ntt.j mr.i. .101111 s .n'uiti-lis- t while he about much ability. He died a few years ago Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture Sunday schools and will till lioth the way he had kilhxl n mnn, turns out )md he touching tribute paid to his and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will .bo as low as such goods lositions at the morning and afternoon to be much wor-- e than at lht thought. uni(iry by the wm who has now gone SALE. can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con services, and Ik assisted by cornet, vio- Dr. IVvton wits up lulay or two ago mid t j0j,j showed tho deep ntlection vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. lin and flute .iiivoiupuninients. Miss lemoved a number of shattered bones muj rVoreiice that lie bad for him. 1'os- V. II. Mocker, det'd I will sill Owens is an accomplished musician, her from the side of his bead where the shot HMV.t of a good education nnd having at his latu rc.iJrnie in Stanturd, ' ., ui.jjty as n writer, Mr. Craft grati- - ON SATURDAY, DEC. 22, 1888, talent is much admired and her popular- took elicit. His skull is badly fractured is proven by this double compliment and ho is in ipiite a critical condition. m,,j ,js ,jCsr(. to ity a newsjtaper A-ND 1'reiiii.tlyntlurliH.k.nllhis property, real ai.J to a voung liidj ln-- at home. Steinliaus seems to beespeuially linfottu-- : j,y smrting the Ixnulou leader a few personal, cvnsistin,; ol trie uate with a gun. as Montgomery is tlu yoai-- njio. It was admirably edited and CITY AND VICINITY. (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) Eight Acros, poison he has shot accidentally. t 8(M,n took 11111k with the best papersin Homo " KAVOIUTB i.inm: HCTWKKN THE XOKTI! and south. ' nd a the State, but it-- s strong tlemocratie pro- Don't fail to see A. A. Warren's "ad." Wiibs Conductor Holer of o. :il ar - ,... .,,,,,....,,,,,.!..,,, it : tll0 HL.t.tton HOUSE AND LOT, BOTH IN STANFORD, LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND HEW ORLEANS, LA. It Is unique. riveilat 1sbanon Sunday morning he fmm wlIt;h it WJW to lmw iu chillf Hl)p. IN s HOURS. Main nrci, nppo- Utter on the outhtide latliiM at I), j found n couple of negroes and 11 ivhit j port nI(I Hfu.r vainly striviiiR to Retit on The Cot Wt'lchVnnd known of the Kd. Pindlcton n site Couroitrwii.i: seats for Through Car3 to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. man in a car loaded with merchandise. a (lrm Xm ,1C at lnst plV0 it Pi n1(J plice Klaus' unction-room- . ' ;. . ,...:..,.,.,i.. ii.. iittiminti.il tn lock them nil in.' but tiller SOIIIU lliui.lll.l nun inn. uiiiiuiini.t Al-- o i IJr.ioJ Marc. 1 Mill Con Honvehold ..i.. , And Kitchen Kurniuire 1 """l"-THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. . .p- Jan. aco Fmi IlKNT-A- fter (,1(, Wi,m,H Wtfri, too ui;k for i,ul nn,l All nm nf $10 nnd under, cah in TkkJim o tho lA)mm .:lllerlriM. linnd; iiver that amount, a credit of 6 und u ,,, th(.ir )M.1(,)0. Tho wi,,0 man.who TIIIC TKXAS SHOUT LIX 10. ,,,,.,, e TO1MillL.tV(i for ft yuar or more, inuiith with ply to Misses Llccie and Mary Hvium. iiitctctt I mm date. KI). CAR IKK, his nninu as John Murphy, wiw ,V,1K it a rt.pl,t;ttion and astnndingtliat Tub urtJt tn.loger. John li. Smith, Kvo iii'leht-oAll peinn Unowing brougiu nere ami p.aeeu t. j...., v,..Kr - will be nn Ice senson feW n m voungnehieve. Kesignlng N'to II, cilrte will ple.tc comethemelve and settlel ..r.Mll.-ilorvr.ird il.at thenthe CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16,1888. ineru tin i,tH ,.mn,e. he returned to London and lint alter imp with on the '.'(Uii and 7il, in.) lie mrvlv fiills ycterday he was discharged, the freight wnfJ )rt.,nin), to resume his law pnictice to strike centre. H1CADDOWN'. HRAD Tjr. " in tho car having been checked oil- and wlu1 ti,.)t (c) ,iL.Htroyt'r, typhoid fever, KKOCW. TILK 'TRAIN.S'NTJKTll "Trails MTrjTTf tobe coirect. Ho says he wasi ..i,.:,,.,,,! i,jm. II., lm.l been sick for (IS Tins it ih I wiv signal was Hying Z.niiti No. 6. No, r. No. 4. I No. 8. No. 1. No. j. oo. 3. STATIONS. No. 3 Daily. ' t unlay nod the pioinise that tho rainy, j8huply stealing n ride on his way south lIuyS( ,0Vering for most of tho time Mlml direct h? Dally Daily. ailj-- . J ally. Daily Dally. K. Sun, trice away ton clear amj that has never been held i " liirt Htronif consti- THE l'UMP muddy life nl .. A.rv 6 40 a m 6 4 p m 10 aj a in 6 00 p ill 8 17am, 4,03pm Scxipmi 7 55 a m I.'ve...Cincinnnli S 30 a ni 4 2) I. .Willinmtowii ..l.'vci 5 a g 35 p m was naiieii miiii crime, thougli it might lie. 9 uiid cilsp nliiM Without Lift-iu- s 10 53 a ml 5 4; p m 1037pm! tution giving hope to his friends that he I 4 10 a ..tJeorjtetnwi 7 i a m 3 oS p 59 u in1 701pm 18S") Mr. Craft Lexington- 48 a mi 413pm 7 co a m 2 40 p ni 11 03 pniio3 a m ...i 3 11 jop in 7 3J pin would llnally recover. In the Can, iteiigui A item being closed several weeks for p S U.K. Ar 6 30 u 7 10 9 4a a m 4upm 810pm' 7 lOiini I.v. I.nu , I.imi Sallio living! tho flUtnc tube was married to I.v 300 a m j 30 p in 5n in Wii.i.ivm Wii.mii. a bite man 37pm 11 48 a in to 50 a m'Ar. Iliirgm ' .pp, xw Christian church was re ble little woman,Miss whom Pearl, a lovahis whole af..... lodged in Jail n.unii.'il s!n Milni- - nn . in t o 1131pm 84$ pm ihjuiiiii 17 am l.ve BdJuttlDK p m' 5 4am Arr t o il Iliiruiii 3 17 77 p m (.:mb Oivbanl. ...... if.nr .' 3 3S a in vjij..v.. D.intillo 10 p m 5 .5" a tilt hulghth 11 $opm 8 59 put' I a 16 um 11 n fections were centered, and she with a concealed presentedi...... oft p 3 33 a in 5 o a 3,t jiincumi .n must have brought prido to ij pne 9 10 p mi 3011 m 45 in here Satuiday for ciiiylng I m 11 03 a ou p J5 p m 2 05 a m pm him. We j otunj Limp. 3 00 little son, Joe Walton, survives weapons. This is another of .Spilre the hearts of every member and GOOD a i. pin 11 jjl in ..... in 31 6 50 p m uakiuic (ijim 4 15 a in Thl U th young heart is crushed I 7 53 a m 4 co a in 83C.anii 6 40 p m'Ar .. C:hatt.uuot;.i . ,1,'vei 1000 pm Chuppell's cases. of the congregation. They con- know how her Ar'v StSP"1 7 35 m . g ion in 7 0upm..,ve..ChatCinooBa.,.. ltinnt firnctlcal cruel blow andourteiidcrestsyin-pathy.gc.e- s I 00 p mi 9 49 p m rtrv 4 47 a in 43 ..rtii.ma sist of a handsome lecture room, pastor's by tho pml.., iy p FAMII.V CAN Attkntiojc is callett to tho ordiuaiico to her in this dark ami terri3 45 P m t' tJ P m i.'Y. ilirminisliani .. 841a in ....! O 15 p in 130am study and baptistry, all nicely finished .Tiicnlnoa. ota m. uver offered to May God sustain her anil which appeal's hi another column, relaI.'ve' 4IJJ in looop in',, ...jll 35 p ni 4 45 am Ar'v . ...Meridian and furnished, while tho entire building ble hour. ....' 63011 in 11 oou ni Ar'v ..New Oilcan ...l.'vii' 9 00 p in 3J$Pi blessed promise to the jiubllc. tive to the sale of llro crackers, A:c. A o pun.. Ar'v MeriJIin. 5 10 n m I.'ve rejuvinated ami beautified with vouchsafe Ills most has been 610pm ,. 1. ...... 900.1m I.'ve Jackson, ...Ar'vi,... license of --T) is requited before tboy can widow and the orphan. A noble, j 400pm paint and kalsomine. A rich Brussels the II soam I.'ve. .VicUlmrtf pure man has gone and nil be legally sold, and any one soiling them ...Monroe 4 30 pin l.ve. 1003am carpet covers the floor, and the whole honest and 6 00 a m ipm Ar'v. ,Shreeport.. were blessed with his confidence without a license is subject to a line of of money liberally and who bears tho impress Mann Itouiloir HufTct Sleeping Cars on all traini EVERT FAMILY SHOULD HAVE OUE. are sad indeed to know that SW. l O I DWAKDs, lien I Irt. Ar Pan Agt sensibly expended. To Geo. II. liruce, and esteem JOHN CO A V l.T, General Manager, uHiiAoiunio or they will never feel tho waim touch of( U. CAKHOl.I., General Superintendent J gl IM AN. I.cn, AiireniMtHi Aki is said that t'apt. tlaines Craig lias chairman of tho building coininitteo, is lr his hand nor see tho manly light of liis( General OTicen, St, Paul llmltling, West Fourth Street, C.ncmnau Ohio given tho propetty now occupied by Joe duo much of the excellence of tho re- .bright blown eye again. May God have K. W. l.illnrd on has been untiring in his efsult, for he l Waters to Mrs. tlieFloororTnble; No NoDropntntf ineicvon wife, brother and all and sanc-- i Fuucct to l k Oil on knocked non'to waste orcet that she will come and live in it, forts in raising tho funds and pmperJy tify the loss to their'etenial gain. or cnuso Kxnlnslotni. is o Coras to, Contents I.ot. (.'loses l'crfcctlv Air Tic ht. No LoaU-ami abulias accepted the liberal oiler. applying them. The impiovenients cost Mrs. Jano lonanl, belonging to mi nire Nn Kvimorntloii AbkOlUtrlV Bale. cent of it lias been fully Hook Kerjihiu, Short Hand, Teleffraphu.xo W $1, 700 nnd eveiy 'ill nk io.iiiisat.tlie I Mi Wider A Universal IIouki'IkiM Nrceanltr. I V I &- - Bw Km tj , IV I. Write for latulo'juo ami full Information. old anil respected family, died in the yi- I Intel. p.ud. MEANS BUSINESS. Mil. JOHN llAUflHMAN I'hksii lot of candles, both French nnd ....u 31 pin Mill tram U"'". North . Ijipm stick, nuts, llgs, Malaga grapes, oranges, passed quietly to rest in the 78th year of uuill . ....1157pm Epre tram " Soiitn.. .1 ...... j 17111 apples, raisins and coconnuts just receivNuit'i his age, surrounded by his wife and chil0 30 m I'rcUta Nnftn m ed at humor's. South .. dren, whom he loved so well nnd for lQ urr pnmnner. 1 lit Utter train whom he did so much. Mr. Ilaughman Titv our extra clean .lelllco nut coal he loe l calculated 011 ttandatd time, Solar was tho son of Henry Ilaughman, the time it itliit in minute ficr, Lal i .6np The coroner's jury in the ense of little Irene Iluwes. nt llirmiuglmm, returned n verdict that she came to her death at the hands of her father, Hichard It. Hnwes. There nre now thiee verdict of this character registered ngainst this unnatural husband and father, to save whose wretched life nearly a score of peoplo were killed. Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons Road Carts, Speeding Carts, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, Log Wagons, nay (irain Drills, Corn Planters, Fed - Buggy Harness, Wagon Harness, Reapers, Mowers, J AH OKDIiTAlTCE r - 1 id ... JL2ST2D- u $-- 7.0 I NOTICE! 1 j .. Mens and Women's Bro- gans Kip, Calf & Grain. - I ! 1 ,. .,,:!,. - '""'' 1- 1 1 wr 1 f..l..l ,w Well Known Buell'i , ,, ,.,. -- . - r, ., '..,. ... - ....' hom i , ! BRUCE&MeROBERTS MEW m ,;,,,; ;lff, ,,', TO KOHSE3WCENT! - FURNITURE STORE I to-da- y COaiBINATIOX SAIE IMCAl'K HUFFMAN, FH'OIP 1 1 1 Z . 1 ... 1 1 , PI1TE FARM. mLULO I? , ! A r Mi-s.t- "'' ,,..,.. ,h, 1 . "j , -- 25, '88, A .11 1) ?Iy Farm of Acres,. ft L 'n . , well-know- n k( U H r Ih-.- asillu-tmtini;ulien- U,; ' ,, EXECUTOR'S r - ml 11 : if il 2t r QXJJiJJijN -- CRESCENT ROUTE s Place of P"s Il '1 - i- I 1 at , I ( , ' G0 j 1, tu-vui- . ..... ; 1 111 111 111 111 .... 111 111 s 111 1 1 ,- - I 1 1 . . 11 111 111 1 111 111 1 111 1 well-wish- er enpughJH oim 1 111 ' '! . ..it 3j ( . J FAMILY OILCAN. : Von-diti- BRYANT & ST RATTON Business College Com-nicicl- al LUUIw rll!0ll F Iclr ie. Wa - t t V r c Semi-Weekly Interior Journal LUTIE BENSON. Her Grain of Faith and What It Accomplished. AM MA, can't wo hnvo a real Christmas dinner and bo llko liko other folk I" Lutlc Ucnsondrew her chulr closer to her mother's kneo nnd laid her curly head In her lap. The next morning's sun woula usher in tho -i 55i' rliil riirlMmnstime. v ,, ImUo hart been lw4"&IisLv-- -thinking sorlously t-r3- " about tho possibility of boing "llko other folks." if only tin once. Mnmnm's heart was brooding over Us own bitterness ; her cup wan full, mid It needed y but this little tilt which Lutio had givon, to start the overflow, that went out iti'fccr reply "1 know la Christmas, dear, but Christinas dinners do not conw'to ua uny more, so don't bother me about it. Ragged shoos, faded dresses and empty cupboards don't prorulso much Lutie." for Poor Lutiol sho knew wh.it mamma meant She went back to tho window and --VS1 -uncon-sclousl- CHRISTMAS CARDS. POPULAR SCIENCE. SCIENCE NOTES. PPJl POWDER Absolutely Pure. looked out. sigh. " Now if m.irvel ot purity never vattct, Ihn povdcr wholeorncne A Mure cionmical ShV ceased crying with a how happy they nd ltrenlh nr'Ima'V inn . o ci. tin l.c nlJ in papa didn't drink so. why, tan the would be. Hut then, CJod knows nil about omuetltion w nh the multtt ill n' low lest, liot wtightalumor po'i lulr lewder.. !nM only In it anyway, and He doesn't think any more of tho rich than tho poor." Koval IIakini, Pottrm Co., an. ion Wall Street, Ntw York. " Ask and yo shall receive." Ood meant any thing good you wantod and shobolioved S. O. DA.VIS, A27D it. "Mamma," PHYSICIAN SURGEON, tore. OCc net door to Whileheail't Drug tu diseases of children SSprciit attention I God to send us a tiico dinner know Ho will if we'd only ask." "I should bo thinking, all tho tlmo, that it would not come, if I should; so there's no uso in my asking," answered Mrs. Ucnson. "O, haven't you any faith, mammal It doesn't need much," said Lutie. "How much docs ltnecd,duughtcrl" asked mamma, with a smllo. "O, not much; a picoe as big as a mustard seed would do," nnswored Lutie, eagerly, remembering another text of Scripture. sho said, shortly, "lot's ask n'i JESSE .1. THOMPSON, Jtruilmlori How tu Make Trmin-rrnt- ty of tlm Senaon. Wlillo pretty Christmas cnrtls nre readily obtainable ut tho holidjiy season, tho handsomer souvenirs mounted on satin or sillr, or with soma fanciful arrangement, nru often too expensivo for some who wish to send n number of such pretty reminders to their friends. Hut it is not very difllcult for any ouo accustomed to doing fancy work to mount tho pretty painted or lithographed cards In vnrlous devices, so that they lose their Individuality ub cards, and become a part of a dainty Christmas favor. Two curds may bo laid back to back and tacked together with a ribbon bow nt diag ouully opposite corners, or they may be gummed together, with an edging of silk fringe botween, and fluifihed with silk cords to hang up as a banneret or lamp Hereon. Tho fringe may be made by raveling out a narrow ribbon, und uny ouo who pan do drawn-worcan mako a very ol.tlwiratc tinge by working a row or two Of drawn-wor- k embroidery ut the upper edge Tho fringe should not bo too wide; an iuch-wldfringe, flibbon will do for a drawn-wor- k und half an Inch wido for plain. A fanciful idea is to tic a number of little silver or gilt bolls with narrow ribbon along a card, cutting out a npaco below for them to swing in. Such a curd should contain an upproprinto quotation or verso, or the maker could letter li on in fancy letters if sho possessed the faculty of Imitation. A pretty bookmark may ba mndo with two small cards and a plcco of ribbon. Make a Hat sachet of a piece of ribbon the exact slzo of the cards used, put a llttlo sachet powdor Into it, but uo cotton, and fasten or gum oiro of tho cards to It Oum tho other to tho ribbon, having fringed out the ribbon ends, und then with colored llosssllk stitch tho upper and lower edges of tho cards together with very coarse but perfectly eveu stitches, so that tho sachet and nbboti aro inclosed between the buck of tho two cards. The plain cards thomsclves may bo as with frosting or gilding, which Is easily dooe. Simply put on carefully a thick layer of gum, and then dust with diamond powder for a snow or leo effect, or with gilt or colored (litter for gilding, brouze, etc. In a landscape scene, stars may be added bv gumming on small brilliant stoucs which are obtainable for tho purpose. Tearl beads aro sowed on in clusters as u suitable decoration for some cards, und have a pretty effect. These suggestions apply to all lllumiuatcd cards, and also to those wo present to our readers with this number of the magazine. cards, the "ragged In using water-colo- r edge" effect, fancied by some, may bo produced by folding the paper just itisido tho edgoof tho card, creasing it very lightly, and DtinnrCfVt using a pencil as a paper-cuttek o r. SEASONABLE STYLES IN Magazine. FASHION NOTES. White angora sets aro onco more in ion. fash- C3 --5SHB3 jsriat, - J --i l rJ ! ' m,l Sh.mtpxi n d m-. n II .irctilun t luurevcd 'IlianVins m theUtot nil customer fur pa t li " ' l nuc I .ic to continuance A mirry Chmtmai to all "o, t Kiyik con 'lc ns srxt n a nick ii:iKEn." ; "It won't bo half us hard to get us u dinner as to niovn si mountain, mamma." "Well, It would do no good for me to ask, at any rate,' said Mrs. Honson, dlscour-agingl- I tho oidcut and nxut popular jclcntltte and merhnnlciil piiper piibllihcl ami hnslhelnntr.t irriilatlon of nn r imrxr of lt cIiim In t h world, ot t'ullr llluftnttod. Itert cine genii Wod KnuriiT-iri- r. I'ulilt'l'Ml eklr. for upeclmun pr. I'rlco $.1 a year, rnnr nwinthi' trial, 1. A1LNN A O., rcuMSHrns', J51 Urcntttdjr. M.Y. & BlULDERC ilnti-Po- -- Edition of Scientific American. A irrAt necM. colored !icli lno contnln ri'ldcn-cv- ir f llhoynii'MIr unit city pul'llc tiulli1ln-- '. Numcroti. engravings and fall t lnn inl lor the ue of nchiiiToritcniplato ' nllrtlnc, I'rtriitJ.Via jenr, O il L.S.N A ( U., 1 LllLIJUtllM. ., 41 yfrtrV vxiMTrionco i.i ri 11.1I1 nil Jj'Uiiu,tH. pi iiiij Witliil i4u IATEHT, . - mnylHSfwnr-w- l bj ppl-I- n A nnt lae Ii.it 1IIW1IIII wnrte utw (i. III Ml'X.N who i.f I I aindl iiiL. I'lifT! nil u imiuedinte piotettlon. TRADE MARKS. c.in applr to not rcaltered In In (irtlee.lout nwrk l Misv A Co.. imrt nt priKtux"!. Ailflrrai lcqultkir Jlt'NX Send for Jlandlol(. COT VRIIS IITS for Imokv clurta, timps. tho I'at. pnnuru CO., I'tilrnl Suliclloi". citMi.i. (um l .i r.i.t iV ..!, ;. v Ask For Ayer's Sarsararilln, and bo suro you get it, when you want tho best with its forty years hlood-purlfler. liJr fMrM sJW"' gzx c.? - fiKi a. "-t- of unexampled suc- ress in the euro oi Ulo6d Diseases, you can mako no nils- iako in preferring Ayer'a Sarsaparilla to any other. foro-rnnn- cr Wm:tS iA t Tho mod-or- of n )W,J:2J Wit blood medicines, 'Oyer's Sarsaparilla is still tho most poi ,, tuners Luiuuinru. Sarsnpnrilla is soiling fiw, than ever before. 1 never hesltalo to rwoiutiKJinl if.' finorgo AV. 'Wliltman, Urnggiiit, Albany, Jud. "I nm safe In naylng that my sates of Ayer'H Snr.'anarillu fur excel tlioso of thorough allsfar-tiou.- " any other, and U ui L. II. lltisti, Des Moines, luwa. " Ayer'B Sarsaparilla and Ayer's 1'illn Are the Ixnt selling nicilicines in my utortj. I can recntntimnd them ronielen-tiotislyC. lllckhuui, riiarinacibt, ltoseliuul, 111. "Wo have sold Ayer's Sarsaparilla iero for over thirty years und alwava recommend it when asked to iiamo tho W. T. McLean, ln'ftt Druggist, Augusta, Ohio. I have sold your medicines for tho tast seventeen years, nml always keep ihem lit stoek, as they aro staples. There. Is nothing so cotsl for tho youthful blond' as Ayer's Siirsuparllla." li. h. Tinker, 1'ox Lake, Wis. "Ayer's Sarsaparilla gives the best atisfattlon of any "tncilielno I liavo in rtoek. I lecotiiiiinnil it, or, as the Iloctors sav, ' I prescribe it over tho ouiitor.' It never fails to meet tho um's for which I rfcoiuiiieml It, even where the doctors' prescriptions have of no a villi." U. I. Calhoun, s ." blood-ptirlfler- t. "Ajfrs er ilimiand than all "Monmouth, ICausas. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, VIM't'-VllK- 'i J1V "It won't do any hnrui, I know," said Lutie, with uti emphatic nod of her curly head; "o I'm going o usk right away. We've put it off so long now that Ood is 'mofet nshnmed of us." Kneeling besido her mother's kneo she said earnestly: "O. Lord ! pleaso send us u Christmso dinner; mamma would ask, but sho liusn'tany faith." Then Lutie went out to whore brother Johunlo was trying to make a "snow man." "We're go!n.r to hare n nif dinner JohiiuU ." sho c.i'.d, gieefu.ly "Are wo'' cscinimed the ustonlshcd Johnnie, dropping the broken shovel and opening hlHo.w very wide; "who raid sol" "Oh, I asked Uoi a minute ago, und He'll send it, I Uti v.v,-- ' amwjrol Laiio "Of course," said Johnnie, brushing tho .snow oft his knickerbockers and looking vcrv much pleased neighbor, Mra. Cnt'Jhllcld, their next-doo- r heard every word the little llcnsono said. Sho noticed, too, the glad look of hopeful tnif t on each pinched face. "I'll do It," 8ho said to herself later; "thoi.0 lions haven't laid eggs enough to halt pay for their keeping, utid the laiy thiugs can't do abetter work than to furnish a ChnstiuuH dinner for those children. Why, I'd rather lnsotho whole flock than to huvo tho simple, trusting faith of Lutio shaken." uud Mrs. Cn'chlleld put her band on u glaus of currant jolly, mentally counting it hi for "tlio Christmas" next door. After iluhk, whoa tho streets illuined for busy lovcr-- i ot tho holy eve; when Joo Kent on had gone down to tho corner grocery, nml white hiu wife- sat gloomily with her mending, Mrs. Orluhlield crept slyly over basket. tho division fenei with u carefully Tutting it down on tho she nipped on the door and withdrew. to oe us" ojucu-lute"O. mylwao'-jcjininLullo, as mamma opened tho door. Th"iv. in u gtMJt biHitot, rep.MCtl tho lazy nitldte, (Ian iced by t'.u array of pastry delightful to see Liiilcrnbopii h r eyes a moment; then, chipping her hands, oxchilined: "O, tnum-m(j kI'im wilt us the nicest, blcssedest diuuer 1 evor saw! " She stooped to examine u scrap of paper fustoned to the basket. ' Ah sure a every thing, mamma, hero's a letter from Ood!" Mrs Hanson took up tho mysterious Christmas gift und took It over to tho little deal table, wlillo Johunlo clung to her skirts. Then sho begun deciphering tho cramped chlrography of her neighbor. "O, inaminu!" shouted Lutio, lifting the plump fowl and spying u can of rich cream, " I think my faith must have been as big as Hut whut two mustard seeds; don't you! does' Ood say in Ills letter!" Mrs. Ucnson said nothing; sho was thinking of horexamploof tho day, and wondor-In- g who could liavo remembered drunken Joo's family. Bpreading out tho paper ou her daughter's palm, she reads "Hore' youv Christmas dinner, Lutie Benson, that you asked (Sod for; eat it and bo thankful." " Ood heard us," said tho llttlo girl, rover, entlv. Hut Johunlo was watching tho tears on lilt mothor'H face. " Mamma isn't glad," ho said, sorrowfully, "after all Ood has tlpno!" "O, yes, she Is," icsiwiided his sister; "but she's sorry now sho didn't, do tho usking, I guess." "Oh." said Johnnie, much enlightened and relieved. Thut night Lutie whispered close down to her pillow: "I thank thee, dear Ood, Just us hard us ever I can, for answering my praver.' The next day Mrs. Crttchlleld watched tho happy faces of tho llttlo Honsons at dinner from her window, nou" said softly to herself: " It is more blessed to givo than to receive," well-llllco door-stond ; Or. J. C Ayer 'tU l &. Ci, f " ; ill uollW. V. Lowe!, Mass. . Mr'li y. - apparatus where IIuoh or pipes urc'luid seems to bo through or near wood-wormisapprehended by many who might bo supposed to l;o wr.l infunned njieu such ;i subject. One editorial writer, luldrussuig uu uudieuco of artisans, coniMres the methods by which wood fs set on (Ire b pipes or hoMilr (luo lo steam or "(hadripof water failing ulways upon tho same place," gradually wearing toe hardest rock. 'Thus," hi- - adds, "u comparatively lowdegiee of lieut acting for our& upon wood is unto lo lirst ii.ir. and then, under tu set it certain ox'erual iiillmiu-oS- . aglow, und tliia'l; in iluines." If his thut "lite temperature to which v j and lltie are raised u uovor high enough to set wood ullro" Is true uud it doubtless is not far away from verily -- then iho steadil ness of tho dripping would insure safety, How to Tliiuv I'roeii (Jin Pipe. no mutter how long continued. ' Now, the maimer in which n temperature Mr. V, li. Sholtoti, in clfnl(c American, Buys: I took oft from over the pipo some too low to start rapid combustion in wood four Inches or flvo inches, just a crust of operates in originating a lire is by lirst re earth, and then put u couple of bushels of ducingthoo.idoof iron (rust) lo n metallic llmo in tho space, poured water over it, and condition. This is iKissibie only under cerslaked It, and then put canvus over that, tain external conditions, among thc-- u dry and rocks on tho canvas, so as to keep the atmosphere. Jtiht as soon as tho air is rewind from getting underneath. Next morn- charged with mnistuie. the reduced iron Is ing, on returning there, I found that the liable to regain, at a bound, lus lost oxygen, frost had been drawn out from the ground und In doing so lo become red hot. Thut Is for nearly throe feot. You can appreciate tho heat that nets tho already tluiiercd wood that was, for ploklnir or paper ablae. Whom there U no rust j what an advantage ! through frozen ground, with tho thormome-- , there is iioduuger from lire with u less than tor below zero, Is no Joke. Since theu we scorching temperature in the pipo or flue have tried It soveral times. It is un excel- Hence the necessity of keeping steam or hot lent plan if you hnvo tlmo enough to let the water iittlugs in good oixler. The SniUii e you can not aflime work. In tho Xcv:. ford to waste tho tlmo, but If you huvo a spare night In which to work, it Is worth Dr. Sclillniii.iiiirn KMMHitlOm ut .Mjrt'lilii. The excuvutionscommer.cedby Hr ?chllo-mun- ii while to try tt ut olycenie are still being energeticltule for l'at 1'rwplei ami fur I.enu. ally carried ou, ami continue every duy tn To increase the weight: Kat, to the ex. bring to light Iresh object of great tent of satisfying a natural appetite, of fat and aiithrnpollgicul interest. Tho meats, butter, cream, milk, cocoa, choco- entire terrain around tho town is full of late, bread, potatoes peas, parsnips, car- tombs belonging to ait epoch antecedent to rots, beets, farinaceous foods, us Indian Homer. Theso sepiilchcrs are pastry, cut in the solid rock-un- d corn, rice, tapioca," Bagp, carefully formed custards, oatmeal, sugar, sweet wines and In regular compartments, with uu urea of ale. Avoid acids. Exorcise as little as pos- from thirty-liv- e to forty square meters. sible; sleep all you can, and don't worry or In these chambers the dead were laid withfret. out being covered with earth, nor were To reduce the weight: Eat, to the extent they cremiited, as at tho time of Homer. ot leau Among the numerous objects discovered at of satisfying a nutural uppctlto, meat, poultry, game, eggs, inillc moderateMyconie in tho course of the Intent digly, grecti vegetables, turnips, succulent gings are article (if glass, crystal and Ivofruits, tea or coffee. Drink llmu juice, ry, besides precious stones with engravlenionudo and acid drinks. Avoid fat, butings of uiiiiuals chu rutin i.'i. executed, tho ter, cream, sugar, pastry, rice, sago, tapi- whole treatment being Orie.it ul In characMoiinL. Ciiot'KKii. oca, cornstarch, potatoes, carrots, boots, ter. parsnips und sweet wines. Exercise freely. Ton iiii:i for tiar.H a glasn cyo. Ac tiik Christmas treo I bent, so is the ntnii City .VdJfrnl infer. youthful heart made glud. k hot-wat' day-timcorn-starc- Sachet powders arc worn in the lining of cloth dresses. Large vails tied under the chin aro fa- -' vored for largo hats. o Hurplleo rovers aro becoming very for street wear. Jeweled garter clasps are among the cost- ly freaks of fashion. Boas of lace, feathers or fur aro much worn. Those made of ostrich plumes are in high favor. Ileavcr cloth raglans, trimmed with braid and fur. arc tho popular winter morning wraps for young ladles. Turbans nre again in style, but arc worn stralghlcr upon the head. A level crown is preferable to a slopiugonc. The crazo for chrysanthemums has extended to the decoration of evening di esses. They are the corago flower of tho season. The fashion authorities predict a big butHome of the imported but- ton season. tons aro as big as dollars uud aro In every conceivable design One of the neat millinery fancies of tho bonnet. winter Is the worsted-covereWhite worsted I preferred uud usually small capoto shapes arc chosen. Clirynaiitlioiiiuni. Juno has its roios, and November Its chrysanthemums, Tim imperial autumn flower is absolutely bewildering in tho wonderful variety of forms and colors which it assumes. To see the ctfrysaiitho-tnutfamily in full and gorgeous parade, it is Incuiuje ,t tiK)n every lover of Mower to visit otio ot i.i great shows that belong to this season of tho year. Few, if any, have been fl:icr than the third annual exhibition of tho New Jer&ey Flortoultural Society, ut tho Harrison Street Kink, In Kast Orango, K. J-- , recently, A large set piece of exotic planU. in the center of tho rink brought out effectively the vivid colors of tho surrounding sea of blooms, which aluio3t every ktiowu vunety of chrysanthemums, together with 'a display of orchids and other (lowers. Many new varieties were shown. Tho tur exhibit, and a special prize winner was tho famous "Mrs. Alphoua Hardy'" plant, of which several blooms wore shown. This famous chrysanthemum, which wns originally sent from Japan to Mrs. Hard), of Uoslun, was purchased last bprmg by Messrs. Pitcho A; Mauda, of the United States nurseries, Short Hills, N. J , who paid f 1,500 for It, thus securing tho only specimen. Tho plant Is of tho Jupanoso incurve variety, pure white In color, with long petuls of good sub-- ' stance, furnished on the outside with lino hair, which gives tho (lower a jicculiar fcatheryapiMJurunce fash-ionabld rich-leave- d To lnnnriN plaster of parts add flvo to ten per cent, ot hydraulic commit to tho AXS3 plaster before wetting. Five per cent, of llnoly ground sulphate of potassium will give oven a greater degreo of hardness. Wo Invito Attention to ot.r Crir.pletc r.iul Carefully Selected M. V.utior gives a method of getting rid of tuttooinarks which causes but llttlo Stock of pain and leuos no deformity. He simply punctures thosklu over tho murk with lino needles, and Introduces a llttlo tannin, and then touchen tho parts with a strongnolution of nitrate of silver; this formsutnnunte-of-silve- r scab that fulls off soon, uud tho mark goes uway with It. A tox of coal yields about S.OOO cubic feet of gas and l,MX) pounds of coke The purification of gas furnishes forty live gallons from which Is obtained of ammonia-water- , sulphate of aminonla for agricultural purposes and about VM pounds ot tnr. It h here that the operation uoeoiumi oieciu!ly prodintciestlug. for from this uct are obtained TO mund 'of pitch, 13 pounds of creosote, V of uaphthu, III of ft'om $,5. heavy oil, li of naphthaline, I of uuplithol, a of alizarine nml about ctivh of phenol, I.ur&ctit auriiiouiid anlii'ie illie siibstiuico to whleli we aro indebted for such wotulorful colors), 10 ounces of toluiilliio, (I of nnthnicine uud Vi oi toluene. Tun color lniown a ultramarlno wns formerly the Kvder of the precious minwhich is essentially a silieral cate of aluinitia with varying mmiititics of soda, sulphuric ucid and nulphur. It was, and Is now, tn some extent, used as a by urtlsts, but for most purpises tho nrtilicial tiltramariuo Is used, which is mado in immense qu.iutltio. und at very low cost. It is propated by hcatlngtogother a mlxturo of clny, carbonate of mmI.i, sulphur and charcoal, and uftcrward rousting repeatedly with additional ipinnlitio-- s of Milpliur. The formula 2 (NaJAl'.'SiiOSi N'J.'W has been as- Comprising Extensive21ine3 of Nowj3t and most Fushionablo Ladies' signed tu it, but tho actual composition is Shoes, Gents' Boots and Shoes, Children r.nd Baby Shoes, Rubbers, uncertain. Oversho63, Eic. ittja'i rubbsra J 3;, iivlija' do. 25, Mi3303' 23. Hr.ut.iN engineers have adopted two different systems for diminishing the noise of trains on their viaducts. One is, to bolt to tho bridge structure long troughs of sheet-iroabout slvteeii inches wide, to arranged that a mil will come In the center of each The troughs uro then lllled w'th gravel, iti the middle of which Is I timed tho longitudinal timber currying the rail; and No Wo soil you RKSPECTAT. - Goods tho space Iwtween the troi.plw Is cviord if you find anyono wilMng; to moot our pricos with iron plates, cu ubkli is spread a thin in CooU. NEARLY layer of gravel. Tho second method, which Is found to le more cfllcleut than the other, consists in placing a continuous ncries of shallow iron troughs, about live feet square, along the line of ttaiks. These aro tilled Nm'Iimp ' t with gravel, on which the ties and rails uro Viewnl from nnv f'iMiil"ii No Imd o Imw laid. .. it Ti.t in iti u ininiiM-eontation- . ft, u nml tli- - ( we Iihvp i '!, A coiiKtsroMiuvr of the Northwestern railroad advnnccs a curious theory for tho Increasing prevalence of floods und rainstorms He says that thero are over SO.OOO "CTS, TTS, "XOXT'TiT, locomotive In use in North Ainenea, and estimates that, from thein alone, over cubic jards of vupor uro sent into the atmosphere every week, to bo returned in the form of rain, or oicr cubic yards u day "quite enough," he says, "to produce a good ralnfult" every twenty-fou- r hours. Estimaung tho number of other engines in uso as eight times the number of locomo, tives, tho toUl vnpor thus projected into tho ulr every week in this country amounts to 170,000,000,000 cubic .ards. "Is this not," ho asks, " suftlcicut for the floods of terror! Is there un reason to wonder why our storms aro so damaging!" At the general meeting of the eouueilof tho French Meteorological Oflh-e- , Admiral Cloue, stated that tho service of weather forecasts during the past yeur had reached ninety kt cent of successes, a Jiguro never before surpassed. Tho I liavo Iil'lmi for I'levLMi on jf my own nuinjjjlx -number of climatological stations from which reports uro regularly received is 1W mv ioods, hut hnvo mv mntlo of busi- Amoug the foreign slutious two aro being established iu Maduiiscar. As an encouriifs mid will till Tfj.iu.ii', 1, V!, lot nn agement to observers on board ship, sixteen gold medals were presented during tho year for the best received. Telegrams from Amenta are regularly received, and include reports of storms, etc , mctbynhtpt In the Atlantic M Mascurt stated that the work of the Departmental wi-otU And liiko wli.it 'i nt 1'ioii'own. Xcv- continued to improve each Commissions jear, and thut now tliere were only six deor was llit'iv partments which had not bjn'cial commissions. M. Vuuson.it gave uu interesting uccouut of tho observation of thunder storms uud of the photography of clouds uud liuhtniug mi the Tic-dMidi und M JutiHsen , urged tho i aiorUitKO of Slock now and in ihh order. I iiilond to make tho peout regular intervuls, ui.d of n systematic i study or cloud formation and modlflcatiuus. ' ple of K ILl;10 at tho wry low prices I FAI,. W.NTErJ. W3!S. MEN'S FURNISHING' GOODS d Iu All the Approvcii styles 1 The Slck of 50c to TRUNKS & VALISES lapis-laziil- pig-me- In this SccIIdu of the Cuunlrv. 4 PQOT'WBA IR,., il Cheaper. n, THE PRICES ARE LOW! one can can doubt Qualities as THESE GOODS AR2 BARGAINS. unit PHOV353 TBTZ BE OXAD. Respectfully, 7,0iX),-000,00- CALDWELL& LANIER QANrVILLf KV. PRICES CUT IN TWO. lkiil,liiiii,,l s'tiii t, priffi log-boo- k GUSTDinERS SET THEIR OWN PRICES tluy SUCH SLAUGHTER IN PRICES. IXfiSV atonislKl otitis. will u lHii;er of 11 re fioin Iron Mmtiii I'lpr. The, nature of tlio lire duugor of nil heat-iu- thoin liit-cla- s Co:no e.irlv and tako vour g choice of mv Mock. J. H. WATTS, KiugsviUe, Ky. i I'lOO'OMHTo vjb7'. twPrWTIJll 9jnvlfm H EifJjjtr MMliM lB BBMM, ih vir ' I HHHH!H aMbVQV1 S3 Wo take pleas-- it in announcing to tho people of Lincoln that we haw at hiht .sc- oured a Wrought Stool Range, perfect in every re-- oft. We guar- M F1"1 l8Py8ffl'BBBBB--B- r Tfiiip?' V maMBlAiiM iml ' rm ltt antee them fully and can sell them '2) per cont.cheap-e- r .s than other far their inferior. Call and see for ) ourselves. ran-ge- "We l.eadqunrters tho are also for Celebrated Brodhead Tobaccos, Hardware, Staple and Fancy Groceries, Queonsware, Pumiis. Salt. Lime and Cement. We appreciate pafet favors and solicit your patronage. METCALF &. FOSTER. v of me; I'll be faithful nnd truo, sir, and Ood and loud trousers and cravat. Ilo addressed bless you, sir, nnd nnd"- Mr. Dawbai.i as "colonel." nnd Assumed n wmie thins." Driving glovcn with deep gauntlets nro equally of tho quarterHero Hob broke even BtlfT manner "Dut Toplum'i a mm,." remarked tho Mr. Dnwbarn nn down again, nnd Ida cam-bri- o deck nndthat tutored half pirate, half In considerable uso. compullod to tiso the counter puuled lianl.er, Ulnck silk half hoso with whito soles linndkotrhiof ni Mr, Btuddcn used his "But thou he's a doctor," tra tho reply. is a fnvurito autumn design. eont sleove. Dob was furnished with letter; "At I advertised you, colonel," ho Mr. Dawbnrn groaned inwardly, ns a. pos-bl- o Daw burn wns ono from "lu thu various letter, from tho Term cottu nnd tan brown shades lead coronet presented lUolf u h!a mind's fttiiotip tliem Munro, which if.". mldrcfJod to inclotcd n noto various diggings wlieio I (licilny emporary nil others In plain merino hosiery, yo nnd then fnded nway. "I ejppov you from Lucy, winch contained wily theso location when I set foot in New York, I The iiolkudot Isn't deail vet. It con- rauit have It your own i ay," ho nald. (tmifiu in lwil1 tta mvn In linth nppkui'nr could find small trucoof 0. Munro, but I fol "Muy I, I'hlllpJ" asked his wife, putttug words, written in n larjo. I trembling hand: "Comoback to mo oh coino buck to me, lowed up that trneo. and iloggcd eternally un( handkerchiefs. her nrm around hi ncek it second time. my ilenr; nnd foou, If you would sen again wherever no Iiu.il mmlo track. At nua i iot d I led is n stylish rolor in neckyou're In tho i lht. But upon "Tw, I.UCY," him, nnd was uenr thlnkin' I was done holler tint earth your own won't tho shock tho nurpriao hurt hor" ' wear. Ilhio grounds with foulard figures 1 know why I thought on tho ye, sir nnd hours after Ilob A "I'll answer for that May I tell her to roof few tho night coach, was seated rattlel wan dono holler!du jouchanged hi linnio, and are also hi demand. Ho of and as, It morrow I'oh chains with full dress nro quite past tlw liniikcr'M houso he isw n light In whit hi lust occupation wns I could not "Yen," ilgliod tho vanquished father, As llttlo gold att possible, how- ('Immbcr. Although tho nlcbt was covct llownvtr. 1 traveled rtul travidid thorn "Dims you, I'htlipP saiil tho good mothers cold tho window was thrown up, nnd a thin mi. mill how ifyo think, and wharil'jutblnk. I'Vfr. Hliouitl i.e end fcho klwied her partner, and both wife hund v lived n Hroadeloth. ns 11 iiiutcrlnl for dress roloiitl, 1 found him out nt lastf handkerchief. and htuband ilept Uio ileep of the Just. HiiitH. Is going out of lushion. West of "I don't know." was quite by accident it was. I Knglntid elotli nud lino ItiiKirted diagoV. CIIArTnR 1 ciiAvrart iv. nals have supen.ede() it. no news thought I'd hoard of him in Dotroil, but Two an 1 "Lucy, my dear," said Mrs. Dawbnni tho nt tllft soars elapsod fntit-r- t thcro was is in tho heyday of 1 jttinr couldn't Hud lilm in Detroit; and I was goln' (rlikftliir- - f The satin next morning a she entered tho invalid' frwiuently from dlffoi-enIt Is worn plain or figured, nn parts of America away by tho ear on the following win up. rhntubcr, "I nnd papa have been talking from Mr Ilob Btudden, who evidently found Not knowing what to do with myself till fancy suggests. Hilk vet.ts in various h bout ymi." rooiitlnir time. I strolled into tho museum shades nud colors are also pular. Inn task to Ik) moro difficult tlwm ho had sup"Yw, mamma," said Lucy, with an evi- jhjmsL tbe.i. Tuo first The introduction of the big puiT scurf America was a largo continent, and that ib tlint was n dent want of lntenit In tho subject. rtlvular man mini I see upon tho stage was O Munro, Is welcomed by the lover of jewelry, who It was not so euy to find ono "And what do jou think hewijuf' coat, ux.u It. Poor Iicy amused hciself by read- dressed like I n citizen, in huvo vest and pant,I can now wear pins of utiy magnitude or "Don't know, mntuinn." known him. any degree of brilliancy without Inviting ing iiools and jniniiig miqw. 8I10 llkeil to or jierhnps should not "IIo's going tn mako wmio nlterutlon In wonder If (leorgo wern there- - ortnero. and hailed him, and wo started oir that very criticism. the bunk." or 1 whatvirt of pl.iralt won. SI10 urningiil all night. Wo traveled quicker than pot,ding-- 1 The Inverness top coat Is no longer "Oh, Indeedr Mr Ilob Htuddon'n letters of intelhgeiico in should havo written. I should l.ao considered the pnqicr covering for a lull Miss Lucy hail not tho smallest solicitude before, but tho track was cold, ! chronological order nnd rouqiari'd them with nosed him dres's suit. An Knglish caie ulster, with ntout tho linnk. the iKKiks ind tho maps, and u traced hU causo ho had changed his name, and gono biitig litliti" sleeves. Is the coiTect nrticle elm do you think P "And what upon thu stagt a fact which I has o not men this when nu AmeriHI10 nlnnys winter. "Oh, mnmma, 1 urn k tired," Mid Lucy progrcvi. arrived by knew nn instinct forvhlch tioned to any ono but jou, nor do I intend to can letter Calf skin Imxh'j nre field by a few high nciitilj'. du tho stago not being ooiisldeted by tlio herself ; but for was nrt dresseis to bo the correct uccompani-luen- t "What el-- o do ynti think ho means to iloP she thcM ut n loss to account nil source of consolation, for nil lie r general ns business like." to 11 full dress suit. The majority, continued Mrs. Dawliniu, bending her maLuey was soon Boon outngaiu In thoiiiMilid m solicitude, she grow tronly head ocr her daughter's face, nud mother's nnd father SI10 took htr however, will cling to the coin entionul her weaker and wetiker. uonirhutltij rhilr. but was father 110 longer walked bywho ' iatont leather gaiter. pouring into her car onl tlint tuudo the an invalid chair. Her father wulked by her silo. Ilo replaced by Mr. Munro. girl flush scat lit and licreje flash. Many nwoll dressers nre aiTccting a usually profiled It himself. Within eighteen sdo gruM nnd lejivtod. Kteulthy shad "Oh, mniumn, it ain't be true! houw. months thu young eouplo wero man led, fondness for shirts made coat fnbhion. s took ioseiiicn nf tho banker' "My love, could I ilcccivu youf nud Bonn tlmo after Ooorgo was nmdo a Tlieso guriueiits ojkmi till the wny down 011 ttic windows, llnsend on the held together by means i.i "No, dearmnmmn, no: but oh, i it true! Tlicy flitted stnircan-cud hung nUmt the pasNiges, nnd liaitner In tho bank, Mr Unb?rt Ktttddcn, nl front and nre hooks. Kits mo, mamma dear. I nm Imppv nud tho buttons or loop folks nf llramlingdoii tooled ra nv by tho assistance of his patron, emigrated to so thankful, nnd and in u littlo time, when The cream white iiiuiller of last winter they pnid t.le Imuker'r. over w Inch, as over j Austrnlii, when) ho drives a thriving busiI vo thought ovt-how happy I am. pope those it xmtalmsl, there hung thuwuctitj of ' ness in horses. IMoro ho sailed ho spsnt the will Ik? tetuiiied for the coming season, bride-grooumy coruo in, nnd I'll kiss him nnd thank ('bristnins ilny with tho brido and although thu popular verdict leans toa gront forrcw. lilin, and tell him lion gmtcful I nm too, And though our to o ends happily wards darker grounds. Light grounds, Two long. Ion years nnd two long, long and'' iiieh day with marriago nnd dowry, as novels and with tints or dull: figures, nre elegant month" Lucy wnltod nnd ,. Dut poor I.iev could get no further, and hor light! plays should cad, it Is not for that reason a also. d: growing jwlc-.V-- . l. ..& "I, There nre freaks without end In form lighter, and tonr.nl Christmas sho ws tletlon, but n truo story of truo love. "My darling, kiss me now," said her father, I Imj llftisl frori her Ik-Dr. Top- One of the newest handles. silranclng from the door, N'hlnd which l.o nrublo to tluil ho hadrshausled tho resource fancies is ti silver plaited oal: handpiece AN IDZAL CHRISTMAS. said nown, "I'll do ' ham hiul watched tho rllrct of tho in which is set 11 iiiinintiuu watch. Anof bin sciutee, nnd wh n th" p'wr gill turnul nnything to mako j on happy anything." fev irddv. and. with. a slig.it aeccs of dc--1 IZvents t)f a nay Wlilrli SIuilo Sir. rrii:- - other novelty is a shepherd's crook "O papal iry own a" formed of stilt silver links. the firticlh time If them Clos Tlrri!. "My darll.ig, you'll love mo now again ns llrlum, i'ao.1 for wrm no iitfws.thoiloctor Iwckoned tho banker A few daring dudes persist in wearing ou UHil to tin. won't y.iii; nnd and there 8 nnd It wns Christmas dny. nnb'xly could tell n til!:c:i snsh in lieu of n vest on full his wife from th" sick room and said: Mr. Il'tt HJuddenV knock. I'll nrnil that felCorrect dressers eschew "I'vo nn ideal This cannot last loug sho It; eleigh IjcIIs rang out moro crlrp and elenr drinks low off to Nov York 1 mean to Liverpool, mut le quieUsl somehow. Kho keep ask- than usual; tho sun was brighter, the air the practice, contending that it destroys this very night." America was sharper, men stepjKsl mom briskly along simplicity, the very llrst effect to be ing for news; now news fro-Mr Dob Htuddcu was uniting In tho dining wottld quiet her j tc might !ccp." thot:Tets, the chimes sounded sweeter; the, fcotijjht In tho wearing of evening room. He wci bo changed lu face, lws e no news," taid tho single minded sleigh tinkled morij merrily, nud if tint ntul manner that when Mr. Duw- nkrr. Yoiin;; men nre tubing more kindly to wasn't enough to convince tho iwRtskeptl-- l inrn saw hint ho utorted nnd Mtlili No," trnl.iil the doctor, "but mi 0.1 n than for many : at tho heading of the. the silk hat this vol. h? could "Arc j mi Jlr. ItolK-r- t StuddeuP Kinio." Fashionable hatters say seasons past. "Yw. Mr. Diwlurn, il'n me," wild the fa- - ruke morning newspnncr. "Mako nomoP the rew orit stvles nre preferred Tf miliar vlco. "1 duv ny you find mo i "Fabricate 1 Hal" crie.1 Mr. Scrlgglcs us ho limped, ,n..'M H . .. v ..mfnou.,1 It. D m't sou weP ' , .,..w-..- . ,u. ehangoil. I do m self "0 doctor!" remsrkrd tho twirful motlwr. out of boil; lx.'lUltiflll iluyi iienutiful: nnd, Ancloinaniacs. Hie London fall bilk in place of th lie wa lidcod poorcrwittiri'Oti the turvsiioiit indeed, Chr'sttnas; Mrs. Scrigglis isn't awake bat is too skimpy for most people. jflck, span, iiflw, nam. ilrey. skliiy, oily, j 'tod"ccloii of death'" jot cither; I'll get ahead of her this time Decorative nrt has taken unwonted varnishetl Mb, iho delight of lariuniiU and "To snatch her from death." said Dr. Top-- 1 Merry Christ " grooms, stood n shabby, conlu-liberty in tho matter of holiday sustheenvy of dine. It is tho last Lam "It mii't l ".Scrlgglei, has tho sorvnut got that fire penders. Myrtlo grounds of sill: roy trouscrad, MnWooutU". vngnlmnd. smell- W" write a lettr from Stud- decorated with hand paintings of (lowers, lrgof rtrawnnd irter. Mr. Iiawbarn lusi ehaice. verv innt started vetf tiigl't." dn this tatrtl U'fora he niktd him to Kit dou n. "I don't know, dear; I was just cnlng vines, etc.. in the colors of nature, nro "Slut- - b.it lmt It I forgery I" stammered coiibideied Euibroidereil erv swell. "I got your letter, sir," said Hob, whaw) " dorn to sco nbout It Merry Christ cHects uro still opular. but manner was as deferential n hUclothe wen I snid Mr. Dawbnni. "Lucy "Scriggles, I would liko to have $5 to giro fashionable as brush decorations. not to New ihnbbv, "nnd came on liiitmllntty rtorn knows Mr Huiddon'x hand nnd always ex- to tho church. Havo you got any money left York Sun. I bag-mae Ox-bloo- Mil. DAWBAIW, CONCLUDED. Tm sure you do; but you men don't I THE OUTER MAN. 4"1 jR V f te- - CHRISTMAS t UK GIFTS! Holiday Goods in Endless Variety! - r 1 'It Largest and Nicest Holiday Stock ever Displayed & vtt nop-uliirit- t I In iStanfonl; don't fail to make your purchases. a visit efoi e 1 vou-mak- i We have For all, old, yon up-- , great and small. Yu will find tfiat our display f Ladies' and GenU' P1I KMT 1 , Gold and Silver Watches, JEWELRY and SILVERWARE, Is unusually large and the latest styles and Novelties. And we are t, gol r j j , j I ;";. hiil, 1. 'i tun-brol- lii ' HEADQUARTERS FOR SANTA GLAUS . . For Writing Desks, Tablets and Portfolios, Plush Brush and Comb Sets, Shaving Sets, Photograph Albums, Manicure Sets in Plush and Leather. , u ' drc. cos-(irr.- e. ""c 1 i Our line of i , lo-l- it-l- nvrnt I uIu-iim- ... ... ' ,i. ,i,, ' -- , . nnd Xmas Cards can not be beat. Our house is the only Doll Emporium in this part of the country, from five cents up. Whisk-Holde- rs J , 1 gun "Wo have a large stock of Doll Buggies and the best Toy Wagons in the 'market. e. '. i D 'llilrs,'' (nun lastnigutr I "Certainly, I kept $CS exclusively for MISSIONARY NOTES. Christmas. I'll leave tho five on the dnswitig titled thi i "Tilegmph'" Mexico Is At rresent, Mr. rrplietl Ilob, "I nm stablo-1"Ye. In a few minutes you will receive ' case for you." gayly down stairs just In time DUhoii Iluret. .1 Christian country, yet of the Methodist Episcopal on at tho Cock r.nd Lottie." Ho skipped n tolcgrnm from Mr. Ilob Studden, sayirg Oood rraciuusl' church, hays that in Mexico H.OOO.OOO to meet tho uow up stairs girl. that ho has Jiut arrlevl nt Liverpool with "flood moriiin', Mlst'ier Serlgglo. Merry havo never seen n copy of the Holy "It's not what I coti'u wh, str. but itV Itb r. iimipanlon " Scriptures. better than nothing I'm wrry to say I'm I "Who'll semi Christmas mid Christmas gift." itr doctor. s only employed thero two days a week Mon- - ' "Certainly, Bridget, here's n eouplo of Canon Lifter, nt Litchfield, England, w'll.-sa- ld t Is ' "t ilnys and uvirkct da), but still, what with ' for you." is 1111:11110; a baud of evangelist brothers IJiit when when she finds that Siudden txiil job. I manage 10 grub on." Tlio cook was just emerging from tho to preach in Africa. Thero are to lie N not i:f ntigland what thenr' Mr Daw twin looked nt tin uniformed tlint is, wear coar&o brown Wo nmt think of something else," said kitchen when ho arrive I at tho door. man wni faiv and wistful ori, nnd nskuil V "Cbrlstmtn gi'', Maa Hcriggles." frocks, with conl around their waist, ami ' Tho rise Is des-t: .il uutisi Topkam. "Cert-iitily- . Araliella; hero's $i for you." htm if bo w oukl tako a glus of wine. carry niblc in their lianils. rul s tni't Ulir; devju rato must l r tc Uo's!io". n r.ulck gla'iw, mi-- said that be waseateu and Scrigglcs pivsented tmsl (lo nnd tnik to her, Mr. Daw barn, Ono of the moht efiicient of nii.sion would; and in tho keen look Mr. Djwbar.i his wife wi'h r. Iwnnct which sho said wns 11 sen I th" tjlegram " I a woman in the mission of ri rivid hunger. horrid, and sho gave him a cano to add to his workcrahHunuuli. Sho never preaches Mongzai, Willi a strong feeling of csuiciou guilt "The hi rry," said tho twiiler to n servant, i!r. and Mrs 'Dawliarn jiut Into their daugh- collection, which nuniberal something over nor ever npearn even on a public platmid bring Inueh some cold itmt lKf ter' ham! trtecmiu containing tiieio words: a dozen. form. She U content to bco her teach snd ycHi Imow; and when wo'vu lunulitsl, "From lJobert Studden, Adolphl Hotel, I.lv ' Ho then took tho street car down town. ing reproduced in tho native helpers Bhe Mr. Htmldou. wo'lltalk buliie" "Momin Mns Scrigg!ns,"said his bec erpool. t Clinrles Daw barn, 15r.imlingdo:i. has taught. Mr. Studden's jsTformaneo uKjn tho loe "Chrismusglf." "I have ju. t orri"eAl in Llverjioo!. I havo ' black. iknii; hero's a dollar for yon." The fusion of the Presbyterian family w ss so extroonllnary that the Witikor feareil Yc, t lv in Ilramllng- nor.siff Mr I. I in Japan (Prcbbvtcrinn, that ho would commit 1'ivoluntc v suidide iVisi by Thursday. ' hsi 'Christmas gift, Mr, Scriggle." said thu of churches Congregational) h fully nnd It was witli a feeling of intoiiM) rvliei that he levator loy. Lucy read lira telegram nud sat up in her except as to tlio formal ratiii-c.Uio- n Yes, of course; hero'j a dollar for j on." tt.v him nttatk tlio cbcoo. but tho nttncl. ' bod.' by tho parent bodies, Tho now wassojiroloaged that Mr Duw barn feared "Christmas gift, Mr. Scriggles," said his "He's come, inatnmu!" sho aid, and her cheery, holiday tone, w hieh n:mu will 1m the United Church of uffoootion the lictf had left tlwibed a.id hor'cheolw flutbed. "He ofilco boy lu a Christ in Japan. Its membership (naslioi.ld lne.To:sl by tho Stilton. eses was gotxl for Si . .ibsl in Higbnil this morning I felt ho any more, sir, tlua)! yoa," unswereii madamo," said I.e to the tive) iaalujut 15.000. "Ah, ciknI dav, 'Not i'.u about P o'clock. Ho will bo hero soon, The sooted in his Ilob to Ins hot tsim;ilinieulnry quentlim. 0rgo w.ll wry soonoutvery mon. Mnmma, lady whom ho foundyou, I'm sure," chair. missionFinnish Missionary society, whosen rVew-u- nd in (Iwamba land, in boutlnvest-eras for the plisiMtell Hliratoput "I never tasted such .1 my hlncfnsd:. Ho "Merry Christmas to Africa, dates hack twenty years, Ivef. it's beaut if til. I htvoti't tastd nalmsl 1.a01 lilne and to "I am glad to two that you havo tho true and do my hair lmsl for t!u"w ten davx Vot red herring U un.1. and -- a:sl -- tii l'lli t 'ome to me Christian spirit," sho said. "I augurs favor- labored there twelve unci a half years before being able to report a baptism. A uotnuluml food any rioro than n lumpf :.;irt I i tell her what 1 want myvlf." ably for my errand." year ago the iiumlicrof baptized ChrisWhat can I ilo for you, nw'urat" salt is, and I'm rick of red hrirln;'. foak Tlu- father and mother ejelmnoil glances em in as much hot water as you like, they "I urn working in tho causo of charity," tians wns U. .Si.ice then it lias moro thut enld: "Hero UtbocoiiH'qucucv of our nlway tasto of lueifers, iorhopiiliccU"othey deixtk:i. What can Ixidono nestf" Tl.o sho replied. "I am soliciting subscriptions than doubled. Iieing now 10"). llotioxttoV.ii ln4tho s'..o"i. I maythnak vii, t'uMiaht, had hardly I ism Interoiinnged for tho ne.v.mlsiion for tho natives of lUn-gonlI I hopo I may put you down for $10." uoh ns 1 Mr. D.iwlurn. for a nul iiu-a- l VVEUL KNOWN door, WOMEN. was heatil at the stn et . smart Mr. Scrigglcs said certainly, nud handed biven'i Utl for- - for" teleeain i.i with another u ThowtnoMr Stmlden had ibaiuk rtvtiisi unlphla aerw.it whic'.i nn tiuis: her tho money. ilisprtc'i, Mrs. Harrison is very fond of DrownTho janitor nud two scrub ladies also made ing, of to havo got int'i his hvad, and from hia I oad 'From It. S.jddeu, Adelmi Hotel, Llser-Itxil- , and of amateur theatsuccessful call. Ho hr.d to compromise w Ith ricals. eonijiany iiitohwejes. Men are strango creutni- -. toC DawUiru, iJramlinTdon. on f0 cents apiece. even betting men are men and wheth-- r and Mr. .1uan1. Shall tho latter uiAiiiTisuJ The littlo PiincesHof tho Ncthei lands, !l o'clock Mr. Scrigglcs concluded (twos tuo memory of bygouo days, or the ri by utgh: train, leaving hero at .Si. tn At nliout home. As ho reached tho side- when hho becoiuen queen of Holland, w Ine, or tho bread, or tho butter, or tho loef, start for Iimtnlliigdo:i nfn'lf w'llbuet !I will be one of tho idlest, if not the idlwalk ho felt in his vest pockets, then lubi or tho elice"! that alTtftPil hlra, cannot U' Telegraph lock '' in Kuiopo. ascertained, but one of tlieo causes, or somo trousers poofcet. A slight look of mmoyauco est, il of Topham to read two ''lor .dmi-- Mr Danlarn, when ho and his crossed his face. Mrs. O. C. Converse. 78 years old, now of them, or all, cuhmsI Hob Ktuddeu to lay tnld "Merry Christmas," said 11 cheery voice. living i:i Wuteibury. taught Heniaiuin his head 111 wu his nrnw, and to cry eopioiuly. wue wetvnliii , ".s if ono would aot bring Ho thou began uccuilng himself, und say- mischief enough. He taut bo innd." 'Oh, how uro jou. Browu; yes, to bo sura. Harrison his letters, nnd also had James Do you happou to havo a, ear ticket in your A. (iitrlidd for ti pupil when he was 14 ing that ho wasn Uid lot, that lu-- was misDr. Toplnm entered the house, and hi-(- j years ol 1. pocket erable un.l repented; that his lifo was had succeeded. uiisl how his plaa "No, I haven't." an hcurly curro to him; that h knmv Mrs. Lew Wallace has another liool: in much delighted and "0li, Luey ih very brought it nil upon himhud press. "The Repose tn Kgytit." Her lit- "Any chniigof' he father. "What wo ftUBweixsi Lucy' "No, not u rod." self; that till his frjends bad eniry activity is neaily as great ns that shull do with her when sho finds tha news him, jwrtleularly thoso u ho had shiuvd not tmo, I do not know, dut, Topbun, why When Scrigglcs reached homo It as about of I'cr indefatigable hiislciul. althoueh his hospitality, and even his money, when he ih.. deueu did vou scud two teJegnitnr' half past 0. Ho dragged hlmtclr wearily she does not lollow his arduous prartici was prosperous; that t'10 man who or.isl lii.s eehofl Toplium. "I onlysont one." through tho door and hung himlf on tho of rewriting eveivthinir seven orciKht "Twol" tiiiicfi licf'oi-i- ' cousi'jrnini' it to the hands lounge. rise ill llfo to him, and w horn ho bad ussltted "Yes, yoa did " ' "Did you huvo n plwuant Chr.stnuur of the pi inter. at crisis, had behaved t him with nn I didn't." No, that stung hliu t tho .toiiI; tha Lo asked his wife. Xeailv i.'OO.OOO copies nf Mrs, Iluni- "Ya, J 011 did. Hero it fs." . . I I was half stanisl and hndno lxi hut lu tho Chrltniaa bo blee.l ! " ns tho only j tiitvv it eeond telegram, wnriiM "itf mmi tl iiiivl r.isriiirt I... Thodot'torlooUwlnttho stable; that ho was ruined ruined und hud und uild, "1 di lu't md this." reply a ho HopiK.-- over on uM sale, nltn ms (mi j tle uju.d States. At the ' no hope. wall. fueo to tb tuiu.1 royaltv she ought to huvo received "Xo Who t hen gamehtcr had Yi'bcu the new, hroi en for lliebe. In fact, bhe ncailv "lly Jovel I'm did I Studden, I raoau. a 1. II sinotf. 1.10 bunker oxluitistiid hi ha- obtained nnthin(r from American A ClirWtiuuA firouji. Dawharn, he's comsl he's comol I only hanker) luul been told him that he itho live linn-cire- tl I publishers excepting 11 paltry tho truth, Itwiusa medical luspl- - Tlio klibiln holly taayi iipcn tho c '. to offer him (Saiddet.j employment ralton and mv patie.it will ivco'.ci"." dollar oheeK. It3 hcarlct clusters sltaintas In tha ll;:nt 1 U intHiIigent, und becau'w bo know ln.--.i Mr. D.iv.ba:n lost uotluiu In telegraphing Of rud Jy fira rok, ml tho elcomo oun I . riiin- - hu.l been a tUo itxju:, hopol that h'.s pact back to Liverpool At Lucy's espreid desin Of silver jur:hter: ripples throughinist'ctco STORIES AEOUT ANIMALS. wurning to huh lor th'' tuiv. tlu, tlio btai- - Mr. Studde u was liistriiaed to telegraph ut rruni J outhful voices. wlilUt tho bo wiidicd to emplny lii.it on won difll erery station, that sho might know how Its white, tratipaivnt beadlets tenip:icsy lie .. . hoi-s,..i.-..I .. which .1 t.. Hangs u'er thulr Hiluay uecda. The Huston. Mc. " . '" i"S . wach nearer and uuicr ner iieorga was 10 trniaiplotl its owner tn ileuth lately has t Sow kltli iud Lin 'ni... ..'..., ...ii lAtw tvi.r. - tin- run wnniii -wnlv.1, feineo refused all Linilrtof food. .,,. rtI, vIt mlnbt bo liecetsaiv to travel, in M.UIT.U ' 'Cr. . IIIV! , ir.liS'"r" ,i,n .1aci-iiiihiiiI Aw prouiieil in circle round tho cheery hearth, - ri-uul.i lx pro- - nigui, iinu iwj . J . .im... nii.T.n Iui'M'.v unci Mr. Frieze, of of Mr. Munro; taut money Iacli tclllu his experleneo of thu yerr, puzzled. They l'or somo thero bo Ihut only meet r.t Yule. vlded and letters furn lined him, nud hat Irwimon. (..!.. urep;n-.itl- y Wbou she uwoUo she found herself uuablo 11 log the other be nas requ red to start for Liverpool that , lvei, Ko nwlvo ,wr flJtura hus. Tho gray hatred gmndshlro sageiy no,l-- ' bU head hitched their mules tti so ,,, lmd looLcd , What tlmo tho irattlo or tho f r ery ulgbt; that it was hoped bo wonlcl not , whe day nnd the log refused to stir. Investigaold , t licUtlygtvouparlianwUiatoirerbilhlHin - ';""11 , tion developed the fact that it was illled hor WIMUaa ia tt 1 ho golden tnM.-- J oungling ef tho Hock his knees, uo F.UM. 4W , with himkes. eleven of which they killed. U poured Into cieropHuii iui lUH hlipr to let her have soino rouxe "not to l!agerlo prate,Ills imp; and on fairy, sit, woo doth Tho mules weto tlien liitcliod to tlio log tbe future, but for fear my pale. Tho household darling of a txoxv of hearts. look better, ntrnin and pulled it uloug without any Til do Itl I'll do It!" said Ilob,'iri"iSi and mako ine whlto chmln hhould frighton George." In youdcr snug armchair Bits gnrukncrauift, ilitllculty. rrninnjr tho banker's baud; 'an uuoiuiovt white, Qeonro arrived. WhlUt m.Ji..mfiiraiMilnwbr. r Tommy taaU bcsldo I er kuee, you, Mr.iDuwbarn, for i;lvlng a poor outcast A WasliiiiRton territory man jumped n and was fchown uiwtairs to his IiiUliful, cou- - lCnow inj full well, tho bright eyed, baucy roaue, dovil liko inoluo chauue. I'll ii'.c ilucclvo fox, and he and his dog started in chase. htttnt mistresa; uud tho sorvauU i:i tho Tho hidden boft K)t in tho old daniu'rt heart', you, sir, if I do"' regretful gji. u While in tho heat of tho chaso n wildcat kitchen held great jubilee, and thero was Ami Uththoloving, halfpaa-uU-, chtUlreu'a "Hush, Inula, Mr. Suddon.'1 carnul Lock bturtcd up and headed tho procession. s well uh alwve. Iwk ou below htitY To tho "laug nyutf" heu they themu.hea were Tho race cnino to a sudden termination, "You'll mako a man of me, Mr a ma::: SMcotliviUtius Mr. DaivUirn found Mr. Uob Htudden blest I'll bo truo hh stool. I'll not let not on tlio niiltn nn American ueoordmc to tlio notion for an clog, cat nnd fox wcro crossing tho In childhood's happy, g'.ad uacorscloujccfcs liest hoito that was over fouled. Central railroad n train whizzed by und i'uglislimcn a few Of ills to como; and so, f orgettiag Tune, of Americans imbibed by kir I'll art this ntluutc, barefoot, If you "tnoaths hilled all three. So Bnya Mr. Parker, the lu tlio New World. Ho They lu their treasured blossoms tlooai ngaln. wished it I've got a decent tuit of clotueu - A. II. Ii owner of tho dog. u'eren "goateo'1 beard, square toed boots, In pawn, sir, quite good cnoiish for tho liUy such is muvt do it by ; ' 1 ilol-larg p 1 1 , i ' thn sl , -c--i 1 1 ''' . cmldn't pirswit invtolf morodecvntly; but ; fata" 'Then," mid the ds?tor, "we "What an you doing now, Mr. MtudtUnr telegraph " Iki'iLit J,,,,,, Remember our headquarters is Opera House Block, opposite court-hous- p X 1 ' it tl McROBETS&STACG. HOIDAY -- '. n k. t . IK GOODS! are- - .y 1 That Useful, Sensible, Beau Cities .3 For the Rich, the Poor, the old, the Young". flE k ,1 BOOKS Standard Books, Dickens', Thaekery's. Seottr's and 3c- Gauley's, in Excellent. Editions, and i h-I? ' ' A VI l Astonishingly Low Ppi- ees. Albums, Writing' Desks in Wood V and Leather, Cigar Oases, Ink Stands, Pocket Books, Card Oases, Fiuul' Decorated Cups and Saueci's, Chiiiawai'e, JJisque V OCIII'OU Bron.e Iitiiires. riiish Novi'ltien, in Jlaiiacure .' Sets, whisk Booiuliolders, J)i'e.sin' Casus, worlc lioxct Shaving Sets, .Jewelry ( 'iws, Dolls of every deseription r ,i "-- J f 11 . a a , f ' b-- - d 1 . 11 1 1. ,.,... Picture Frames, etc. ?m ?rr.T e line is complete. in unuisr.MAis UAUUo our Ireineinlier tlial our line of k s t ,i 1 1 ..,v.i GOODS ARE BRAND ..NEW that- we will, not - our-yca- ,(l.u Throughout . that we guarantee price and he undeisold. ten-yea- CROW & CO McKinney, Ky. 7 W "X Ov,, 1 tatL, ?r- - "jf ""' ""f"l,"'v"i"l'" V , '4' ,. .iirjt1 - ? . . " v mn rt. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal CRISP CONDENSATIONS. NOVELTIES IN JEWELS. KASY TO ItK.VI). llAHll TO FOLLOW. COTTAGE FOR RENT c ! Ask For Ayer's Sarsaixnllla, and bo sura you get It, when you want tlio liest Willi Hit lurty jeara of unexamined uc ! (if coss In the ruro of I Hlood Dlsuuvoa, you can mako no inls- tnko In preferring liloml-puriflo- ,y&szs 111 j :' riJ if? Liter $k ' Ayer's Sarsaparilia . to any oilier. Tho r of moil ern blooil incillelnoi, Ayer's Sarsaparilia 13 still the most pop-Eforo-rimm- lWj k. i for the holidays Don't haL,li.il, and bUw, hlw, iliutlig MTJIfilW consists of roast and game carvers combined with a fish set in oxidized Aasyrlau ever) Ixid), hut uo Dr rtuc Caurtli Itor.icdy .Hid l.e cured nnd Grecian styles. STANFORD, KY.. An otld ring has five 6tones in nn EngE. H. BTJRNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. lish setting, consisting of red, blue; I brown, ennnry and collee colored dla j ,no.n,H' tn tlm. order namett. Hotel alill niaintaint ThU old and A now en tmskct for tl;to holidays and A RKI) COW came to my houo but M it high reputation, and it Proprietor l ileterrnin. represents n souaretray with n fluted t!ll l here. Owier can et her hy vt) Iiik ft r hrr eJ thai it ahaJI he tecoud to no conntry Hottl in border in tho style of Louis XV. the ban-dl- o Kfcpiuc nnd llii aiUi'ttUtmcnt. the Slate in in Kare, Appointment, or AttenMRS. I'AUl.INK HAYS, being in the form of two branches Stanford, Ky. tion to hit , ljuel. lUggage conveed to and bound together with twigs. from depot free of charge Special accommoda. I.i 'PKrt ippcd corks, appropriately Silver fi1 wt1ir4?jn f list ollti Trtti ROBERTS, M.D., liont lo Commercial Travelcrt. ntfmrriniF Jntnr.4t In e?nntUlr. oirv.lna labeled for tllO vurious kinds of wines and preparations aro being mado to make i nntl Hlorn. are coming Into vogue. They STANFORD, KY. &c careful observations. Tho totality in the u,v l'.M" uiu iigurvs 01 ,0U3 generals tf nil countries, will be confined to the States McKINM'.Y, KY. on I.ancjlrr Street, upx)ilc Cut glasa otlorizers in diamond cutting, Ofli.c northwest, nnd will be longest continued plate to Having in California. with heavy chased silver tojis, nre nmoiig practice lilremoved to thicall the from Liberty, the Kor Drug. Medicines, the famoti Srup 01 Klgs prolettion, altrntion of i ,ntl ncquhitions to the toilet table, pub lie to the fact hit he will be ready at all hour and t ect your prescriptions prouipUy and corA novel electric railway has lecn com- all town or country. day or pleted. running from thoBhoro of Lake ' B,v pressing n silver button in tho center Thirty nl(,'M to .ini-- were inpent in Stanford and rectly hlleu at all hours, and to get juur ht.iple of III life tho t0J I'lece n spray of cologne shoots he deeina n unueccatary to ipeal. ot hi ability a Crocerlet, hue Cigars, Toilet Article. He. go lo Lucerne over a led cut in the solid rock I.ojdA Co.McKinncy Dr J A WILLIAMS a physician uud mrveon A ihare uf thu pairou will attend to our drug department; alto attend tn to tho summit of tho Ihirgonstock, 1,830 ,roin n ciiasoct silver nozzle, age o( the people of Stanford and vie nitv it atked the want uf the sick, night or d.i), In town nr feet up. It lias a gradient of from 32 to A comb of light amber shell. MirrUKrAKED DT by him. country jo S3 per cent. The electricity is generated ' mountetl with a liordcr work of pearls Dr. J. C. Ayer k Co., Lowell, Mass. i by a water wheel in tho Rivor Aar. and diamonds, followed by n rim of LOUIS SCHLEGEL, Trice $1 U bottles, 5. Worth J bottle. Tho rashest election bet of the cam- - small pearls and then n row or large dla-- : t paign has just come to notice. The monds and pearls alternating, makes n loser was to read every line in tho Sun- handsome lady's hair ornnmenL j TO THE CITIZENS 0F LINCOLN COUNTY. I,BK 1'. HUFFMAN, day edition of a Kew York daily. He A rustic smokinir set In oxidized sll- KY niCflMOMJ Having reienily eijuippcd a fine Koller Mill in SUKC.V.ON DENTIST, commenced Ins task two days after elec - ver has a trav elaborately ornamented Mill to ihe town f Stanford that we defy - - Kbntclicv. tion, nnd expect to linLsh tho ioh hv wun emixnsoti ngurcs, Stanhikd, mo iwn re-- Photograph in all stylet and tires. Pictures in equal in tuality of llour, we think theany eitirens ol if his strength holds out. celver nnd receptacles for clgare. cigar- India InV, Crayon and Water Colors. New the county snouid nave counir P'.1Je cnougn ic Office louth side Main, two doors above Depot St. Christmas and sustain the saBia. Y with lo inl'rime and Mtti.it very low prices. Ilerr Rudolph Falh. the universal pro- ettes and matches represent curled Rraj)e-- ; whom il may concern thai we are in the vider in the matter of earthquakes, has vino leaves, while the alcohol lamp, in market to buy our wheal and 10m and will alC. A. BENEDICT &.G0., ways give the highest market price far tame. We issued his annual budget of alarm. He leaf design, is perched on a hroken have added some new machinery ta our corn meal "Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, say3 that we aro to have plenty of earth branch. LAND FOR SALE. department and can now make meal In suit any quakes next year, tho days upon which The design for a magnificent clock reperson It cannot be equalled by any other mill STANFORD, KV We solicit a trial in our (lour and 100 acres on the Somerset and Crab Oorihard lic has fixed being March 17, April l.", cently executed Is In Oriental style, tho in this xiclnlly road, half w.ij between the two place. Well of meal department. All having grain in our line May l.. Atljr. 11. Sont. 0. Oct. and clock iimiwr mirmmintln" lho nrnii-rtigood water at end cl inh Half c canvl and jo for sale will pleate cail at the Mill, where our Weill drilled to order and l'ump (nrnithed Nov. S;5. an liouri. who stands leaning forwnrd acre in Kraut , gwia ouuei lor csiiht, iiuj- - agent will he found at sll timet, who will give the prices. factory 30 V l, WAI.I ACK. hen prices for same. Ilran and shipttutT always English locomotive drivers are makimr i holding niiart the iwrtieres nt the en- - and sheep Datmcy. Ky. in stock. W. N POTTS, a vigorous kick lecause the comiianies ' trance to the harem. On either side of Supt., Stanford Koller Mill Co aji tf The entiro ! will not jirovido cabs on their engines to i'"- ciook ure jnixiinieres. SAW MILL FOR SALE shelter them from rain, snow nnd storm work is of silver and gold. Jeweler's ! The directors claim that tho cabs are ro Weekly. A 1h J ..ui nl uud Stook. sponsible for many of tho railroad accit haw 400 acres, more orleit, nf Mountain, Coal THE WORLD'S GREAT FIRES. As I detreo leave Kentucky will ell M great dents in tho United States, because they and Timber Labdt that will sell at a bargain I "jrifice a saw mill complete wuh Jo hore boilers obstruct the viow. have a store room to rent for a furniture and una saw works, ox ing awf so hone tnslnc, Charhston, S, C. Feb. 17. 18.V). almost dertaking, hardware or tinnor's rstablithmcnt. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE wagons i hurthoard, I spring ig- The meanest man in Kansas has been 3 and harness rolrs of tattle, j mulo. I horc. found. Thfeare jfootl for snilais. V Kor further Informs He lives in Reno county, and in destroyed. MKICAI.F, C to irvht mill coinpleto ai.d tay farm of to acres of writing to the RAILROAD. Quebec.Canada, S.OO houses destroyed; malum, wrue treasurer of Sedgwick llaibourvilfe, Ky. 38 iinn land well timiieicd. U.III ell private!. county ho used n Dostal card that had loss. $3,500,000. SMITH, MART The Ureal Ma wood, Ky. done fluty once before, spending nearly Stockton, Col., May 11,1931: lowest!- " threo hours in effacing the ohl address. mated nt $1,500,000. THROUGH TRUNK LINE. and niesniige. The postal is to Hrooklyti. N. Y.. 300 framed and hung in tho treasurer's buildings de&troycd. Scjit. 0, To The 25 ofllce. LONDON, KENTUCKY, 4. 18(1: lrki wnn Two miles South ol Sttnford on Neal's Portland. SU. .Inlv Sir. Edison has devised a doll with n' ,: W, CItAtU CAPT. FRANK D. RILE, PROPRIETOR. Address me at Carlisle, Ky 91U.VAA.UW. mnll nlmnnnl. !c!,ln W.II. tl-Frutlorlckton. N. II.. Nov. 11, I80O, With Thoroughly Keuovated and RefnrnUhed. First. when tiio haudlo ii turned. The phono- a00 lJWing destroyed. cLiis Fare and Keaon i')lc Price. Day and eight graph is placed in a receptaclo within nbo.ut RUL LB ANTRAL A CE CAIIS. iNaniucuci. Jiam.. Jiuy ia, iio, uu Trains arc met by I'olile t'oners, ul thit Popular tne cuest oj tuc uoii nuu 1110 iianuie pro-t mdes. When it is turned the words ap iiuiim-iust, couv.mnj. ilciK, pear to isMie from the doll s mouth. Ed Jersey City, N. J.. July K0, 16M, 30' tson has nlno tlnrlsttl n clock which un 'mt'JO GHAH KOlT'l'K." Louisville factories and buildings destroved. nouuees the time by speaking. To Nashville, NEVVCOMB ' THE JJMUHItSl ANU yulUKtSI KUUIt Svrncuse.N. Y.. Nov. 8. I80O. about I r."n 100 bull .It's destroyed; loss. 1.000.000. Memphis, MT. VERNON. KY. DOMESTIC MEASUREMENTS. CENTRAL KENTUCKY Montreal. Canada, July b. ltJoJ, nbout Atlanta, Hotel still maintain- ' ThUulJ and To mII I'ointt Four teaspoons nre equal to ono table- 1.000 lioitsrs destroyeth loss estimated nt Montgomery, ! ing us fine reputation. Charge reasonable. I d blood-purlncr- others combined. Sarsaparilia Is nelllnc fusw "Ajors Iban cvit beforu. I nover hesitate to leoomtnond It." OcorgoW. Whitman, Drnpfi'st, Albany, lud. "I am safo ln naylng that mynale.t of Avcr's Sarsaparilia far excel thoso of" it clve tlioroiiRh satiufnc-iion.another, ami Hush, lien Moines, Iowa. L. II. "Ayer's Sarsaparilia nmt Ayer's Tills aro tho best hcIIIiik medicines In my store. I can recommend them conscienO. ltlckliuus, l'harinaclst, tiously." Jlosclnnd, 111. '"Vo havo sold Ayer's Sarsaparilia always icro for over thirty years and recommend It vrhon asked to name tho Y. T. McLeau, best Urugglst, Augusta, Ohio. I have sold your medicines for tho last seventeen years, and always keep ihcm in stock, as they aro staples. There is nothing so good for tho youth Jul blood as Ayer's Sarsaparilia." B. L. Parker, Fox Lake, "Wis. "Ayer's Sarsaparilia rIvos tho best satisfaction of any medicine I bavo in stock. I recommend it, or, as the Doctors sav, ' I prescribo it over tho tho counter.' It never falls to meet evon cases for which I recommend it, wbero the doctors' prescriptions hava Calhoun, of no avail." C. Monmouth, Kansas. faS?t cr ilcniauil tlinn all joices in tliiMiorno of Susan Julia Melin-tl- a Maria Savannah Sophia Elizabeth Lady Bug Towers. The first loconiotivo built In this conn-- i try was christened "Host Friend," mul Henry G. Itawortli, tho man who first run it, is htill living. A Fremhinan liaa brought out an invention whereby anybody can play n piano without previous training, by means of a crank and other devices. Mm. Jnne Ilussly, who died lacking but ono month of being a century old, at West Orange, N. J., had two bisters who lived to tho ngeaof 100 and 101 years resjicctlvely. Twentv-Ilr- p years after the burial of $19,000 by n Virginian a Ualthnoru woman located tho spot in it dream, and next tlay took two witness with her nnd dug up tho coin. Mr. Marquis, of Rearing Spring. Trigg county. K, .. has just, in the course- of ditch digging, como across eoiiic Indian graves, in ono of which there is n skeleton nearly eight feet long. Every day that tho sun rises upon tho American people- it wes an addition of 2,500,000 to the accumulation of wealth in the United States, which ia equal to one-thirof tho daily accumulation of nil mankind outsido tho United States. An oiu leoKeriiasrecemiyoeenoroiigni to light in Edinburgh. Scotland. It lie- lonced to n merchant of the Sixteenth century. At the top of the inside board tho bookkeeper inscriled tho worth: "God blis this buik and kcip me nnd it honest." cr-fe- et A gas Btovo has been invented (o rlvnl tho liookcaso folding bod. It Is conccnled in a handsome colonial clock case. . Wiley Fletcher, of Irwin county, Ga., is tho proud owner of a fish lioou that has been in constant uso noventr-llvyears. A llttlo girl in Do Knlb county. Go., reo Distanced In lho linos. Moral wreath. surrounding a Wli) ihnulil Dr. I'iaro'x milelncot diiUiice An odd stamp box represents a crouoh-in- g THE LARGEST AND FINEST bear in oxidized silver, which, when nil rompciiinrtiu smninil ol Mica, .i tiivy rc ld by once tht'V atu thi: only mddiciiirh turned over, reveals thrco gold lined comndeffnl ciitalite of utich dniRuu HOTEL IN THE CITY. partments. i(i.unifiicinrcr in pruiicrtlcs ts wnrrint Four clover leaves of three pearls each, KiurAtilcelnca tl)rnitntiire thnr dico fnrwhlili the with n single pearl between each leaf nnd tlscy recoiiinit'iided. Vou net a ctirr 01 money RATES S'2.50 TO PER DAY. ACCORDn (diamond center, is the design of a )wid ari thiT.i for rt tinned. Tlie Dectur' '(Snhlen pretty brooch. emu-cMedical l)n.nrry"i ure ;illdioatetetuied ING TO rooms: A silver clover leaf tray with fluted hy drriiiijcmrnt of the liter, lliuune, lwrdcr and engraved Venetian center ac- Indication or d)peiu; alto ill Mood, Kill nnd TURKISH A RUSSIAN IIATHS IN liniKU companies an etched water pitcher in tho sca1 dtvMe, tetter, t,rofiilou erc vnri-coloie- d do-in- Small pearls Imbedded in n leaf, with a diamond stem, make u deli cato lace pin. An oddity for a powder box represents a Chinese urn with leaf nnd roso chasing on both sides. A striped bass, Ix'.iutifiilly enameled in natural colors and with diamond eyes, makes an odd lace pin. A minuto repeater recently seen has an oioii face ntid gold dial, the figures of which arc in red enamel. Two cabbage leaves overlapping each other in frosted and burnished finish mako a uniipie cake basket. Candelabra In Assyrian style, with five lights, set in dragons' heads of oxidized finish, are among tho latest novelties. Very pretty is n lady's watch en uncled on both tiides with violets nnd Hpmys My coiuite on Upper Mtn mreet, Stanford, jKsaco and pursue It." cut net nextV. It. nnn occupied hy Mr. cheerful. " A light heart lives lonjr." ihrc to door, lli.'unu' residence. Abo I'.the Duvet " Worlt llko a rami, but don't be worked l'oeitou lo hrt luint'd itiven At an J. lln-and tn latter on Nov. utli. MKs. I.OTIIK IIOI Ml to death." f Damllle, Ky Never despair. "Lost hopo is u futul disease." Spend less nervous energy each day than e.w. IIWN MtTCAt.r j you muke. Don't hurry. "Too swift arrives as tardy METOAL.P tfe HAYS. as too slow " Sleep and rest ulniml.mtly. Sleep Is ATTYS. AJ LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. naturo's benediction. ilAKIIOVKVII.I.r.aml PINF.VILI.P, KY Avoid aimer and exeiteuieiit. A moment's - nngur may he fatal Will jTctlcc in any court in KaMern Kentucky Associate with healthy people. Health is p..b.,...ti..u. .r t..i..ii.. ...i- - ...... ..i... t ... ...ii.n.i IIIIIIVI4I .1.. IIKVl 'Ir lllllL'Vli "il "'lit Mu...i iIttlUI - r. ih.i... .rtt. V contagious as well us tlisejsc. !'! any point run. or Doirtoverc.it, Don't starve. "Let your talc. Inforimthn turmHtl moderation he known to till men." Court the frwh ulr tiny and niuht. "Oh, If you knew what was In Ilia ulr!" " Sock Ho Don't worrj. w ,11 73-l- r?eiTC IV1 Jb, M .cS, icjco iTWV ' ..i 'ii ;JLPI 11 riAii u I u THE CiALT UOUSK, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. LEXINGTON.KY. f KV.. !"'J oM-vr- U fctylo of Louis XV. A silver carving set wmi Tan. plon, Blnck-Hcad- nnd Kwcllinz J nd Mndrcd iiilmeul'.. nMIlStiiciinratlnn.wllhoiit liiJiirv,fcinovrsFrook- Plm- i08 Livor-Moloi. H, B, kimm V i'32sni A.fDCH Sunburn and A few applications will render thf most stuMiornl) red 'kin iofi, amooth and white. AIT ESTRAY iiowilcr tocovcr Viola Oromu h not a paint or defect, hut n remedy to cure is imrantofHl to it if miH'rior to well-Lno- ! G. C. UITTTS'IOI FirSaUat McRohciis A nil other nreparatlons. and ii va Ritlif,iction. At dmi;-cist- s or mulled for CO ernts, J'rctttrcd by Sc CJO., TOLKDO, OHIO. Sisfc'i, im fiin', Ky 1 t "'' O.IJ.M' XiO"3rr) 00., SFECTXDATIOIT. GEO. A. K03IEK, Court-IInu- te Tn UAXKKIJANDmiOIvER .i I Ayer's Sarsaparilia, 5 I )ri fi 4 llr."i M-- ,! IOVK Vrw "Iron ' '" i -, ej-t- ! Jtocke, UdiiilH . Oihln. Ptril-um. Pililtino N M and HC.S 6t IT j -' PHOTOGRAPHER, IfOTICE lHU'CHf .s'H P S CARltif.ll prii .'nil mi iJtt ! ' t . ...... , ' O- - . 'ltl .. 4t)(if- - A NliW FAST MAIL I li-- I f I ig''s is h CJ-- LOUISVILLU OI.73:?NATI - Mountsiixi Lands 1 wag--is- ), iu& Mo" THEMOSI'KA PI!) ROUTE ,l F.ver stieniptt J Uitnu I lit tuninervts citiel on the Ohio Kivrr in- - Chictc. and henct the fsttol lime nnd ! (f.itU'.U train b Iwtcn all iUl.nl lie duulk, tn I. Ihr West and I h ,mirn-- ' ' ilu inn on si. Norlhoeti. trunk line i A II litli.u l.jprcw The mocru rJlin. io. I purom wiiu Unlimiltd I mnfon n all iifti.. In he Sault y M )nu xill hi..l uiir III.. L.u,4.x;u .uke . nrf 'I'V In non. gtl wart WMt II y. .1 mi.tii ss-t- f ' I JACKSON HOUSE 18-I- I TOB, SALE. House and Acres Land Crt-e- itAi He ii-- ten jv n to mmiey i.Ht I a i : "'aii :.4Aiw' s SOUTH & WEST I. M. K. A .'. isnr.se. hi juiri. V. I.ir.M.Cl.KN.ICk. (Mcr.il !' Aei.l, Clin.4 City 1'kVci Agents awl Olnetrs IIuimou, it; ih Ave.. I.oiiI1I, Ky rtl' .1 , tif u.r Cirxiniuii, t 'Inn . - KentuckyGentralR. R. ao;-t- f. .THAT FIGHT C. P. Simmons, St. Louis, Prop'r M. A.Minmons Liter Medicine, Kst'd !??; '? thf. U,.S Cou' J I. eilin, Prop'r A. Q. himmons Llv Lsl'd by Zcilln M. A. h. L, M, his for 47 csrs wrea iNniossTloN. IIILims.Niss HOTEL. I ! Tho Original Wins. -n iJ. Spe-a- '4& I 3j-ll- attention to Ihr tr ivol'ng public Jf. V XKWCOMU, Prop., . Mi. Vernon, Ky. thee: most Successful in Life AKE THOSE WHO FOLLOW Practical Economy in all Tilings. Nii'h hnblta and practlco are largely lue lo a knowledge of the outside world mu ita nlluirs, gained from careful Mudy and reading of the better class of Mftim iiuiTAN KciViii'Arci'.o such as The Weekly Enquirer ! If n fn Worth, Merit nnd Enterprise, the rwjulrcr certainly stands at the head of modern journalism. Its mammoth uUo ivas room for thirty jer cent, more reading, It Infurui.'itlou, news and intelligence is from the tm-,- t reliable sources, direct from u corps of hundred comapoiuU'iiK over twenty-fiv- e representing the iutennti of the Dally and Weekly Enquirer In every part of the country. A Public Benefactor beyond all becaiiMi absolutely freo and of all combinations, jiools, trut, and organizations, Can teach truth and state factof immeasurable bene-li- t to tho people at large. Commercial Affairs and Market i rom every known center In tho country, xcccd in detail all others. It ts the One Only 1'uticr that can fill the place of several, where only one can bo afforded. Itcosts$1.15nycar, yet renders a scrvlro tUal to that obtained at from two to live times that Mini through other journals'. Economically it is the Cheapest, because ihc Largest and Best. The best evidence is comparison or trial. Get a sample ropy in-c-, or hand your subscription to u. agent or the iiostmaster. com-parisoinde-indeRct-orL- spoon. Soft butter the sizo of an cgy weigha one ounce. Ono pint of coffee "A" sugar weighs twelve ounces. One pint of .brown sugar weighs thirteen ounces. Two teacupn. Ion I. of granulated r,ugar weigh one pound. One quart of sifted flour, well heaped, weighs one kjuih1. One and one-thir- d pints of powdeied sugar weigh onoound. One pint, heaped, of granulatel sugar j weighs fourteen ounces. Two tablesnoonl'ulH of powdered sii-nor Hour weigli one ounce. Two teacups of soft buttor. well packed, weigh ono pound. Two teacups, well heaped, of colfee "A" augr.r weigh one jiounu. Two and one-ha- lf teacups, level, of the bet.t brown mignr weigh one pound. teacups, level, Two uud of powdered sugar weigli one ixumd. One tnblespoonful. wefl heaped, of granulated colfco VA" or best brown bugur equals one ounce. . Teaspoons vary in sie, nnd tho new ones hold about twice as much r.s the old fashioned spoons of thirty years ugo, A medium sized teaspoon contains 11 ' ' ' j ' nt Ccl., March IS, 1W1. nbout 200 buildings tlest roved; loss estimated at Si.yoo.ooo. Concord. N. II.. Aug. 21. t&T.O. greater FAST LINE BETWEEN part of the business ortiiu of the town destroyed. LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. rhiladelphia. Pa., Oct. 4. IKJ'J. nbout - 52 biiihlinjp were destroyed: loss t SCIIKUUI.F. IN KITKCT MAY 10, 1MC. .it stfOO.000. 15 blocks til. Louis. Mo.. May 17, ; No. 4 j No t No. 7. of housi cud S:j steamboats: los estiI V.x fjuu. mated nt SJ.000.000. Ex. Sun. Daily. P p mi Charleston. H. C, Anrll S7. V323. about I.ve Coviiist-m- . .. 8 jo a m j pm J pm 10 oj a in 9 jS 1,158 building were destroved; Una was Lve Kalmotith p m1 J P a I.vCynlliluna .. II at a ra 10 estimated nt 1.1)00.000. m 10 J0 p m 5 11 40 Art l'Jrl ,0 P '" m yi p in ll io Norfoll:, Va Jan. I, 1'7C. destroyed Arr I.etngton... a n,i' iS V " S - P " 11 S bj' lire and the cannon ball' of tho Ifrit-iu- I.ve Pans -P m Arr Winchcter. is 3.; i mil J5 p m ,00.000. loss. P " on p m Arr Uichmond.... P ,n, Pittsburg. Pa., April 10. 1845, alwtit Arr Lancaster.... S rn.............;.."L"1,100 buildings wero destroyed: the loss Arr bUnforil..;.. I I.vtTRIchinond '.. oj p m'..7. wiu estimatetl nt $10,000,000. . 3 :o p m Arr Urea 17, 1848, thero Arr Lexitislon.... 5 45 p in Albany. N. V.. Aug. wero 000 buildings, btcamboats, piers, No. 3, No 1. No. 5, etc.. destroyed; loss. t?3,000,000. Moscow, Russia, .Sept. 14, 1812, nlhout S ui a in .,. Livingston... ,v 80.800 hottscK were ucatroycd.'and tho I.ve llcren... .u 10 15 a in I.Vc loss was estimated at 8140.000,000. Arr Kichinond-.- .. 11 4 a in .....m... ;....... 7 so am London. Kngland, Sept. 8, 1PC0. alwut I.Ve Sunforii 8 10 a lil.OOO houses and public buildings wero I.ve Lancaster ... 11 00 a ni in KlclimonJ.... Arr J....:. destroyed: 4U0 ucres were devastated. 30 p m 6 50 a m Lve KTchmond.... " Troy, N. ., Aug. 25, 1854, more than Arr Winchester., t S P ml M J V5 p m'g t$ a III 1C0 houses and factories destroyed. On Arr Paris mi 00 m 7 I.vc 3 dram. The Consumers Journal. the same day a large part of Milwaukee, Lve Lexiugton .. 3 00 p mi 8 35 a m' 3 50 ppm 3 Paris 30 a 40 p in Wis., was destroyed. 9 or a ml 4 30 p m Lve Cynthiana ... 4 06 p THE INNER MAN. Boston. Mass., Nov. 0. 187S. almut CO Lve Falmouth-.- .. 4 51 p m 10 03 a m 6 spm p m acres were burned over, causing u loss of Arr Covinslon. .. 6 00 p 11 35 a m' 50 Fried hominy is as necessary with roast 800,000.000. large lire. Mny 00, Another Paris duck ns b an cxpeit to carvo "it. 1873. dest myed uliout $l,fi00,00u worth of 8 On theaysville Hranch,S N06. p leavesarriving at a1 to, in, 30, am and No. 11, at Cranberry saueo differs from mercy in property. Mayiville at 10 jo, a m, and 740, p m. No, 10 leaves Maysville at 600, a in, arriving at Paris at that it should always be strained. San Francisco. Cal.. May ll. 1851. nliout 8 jo, am. No. ia leaves Maysrillc at 105 and What nre called "health slices" is toast 2.500 buildings were destroyed; loss. arrives at Paris nt 3 15, p in. These trains are 83.500,000. Another large lire occurred daily except Sunday. soaked in beef blood and then fried. Covington at 8 30 a ni. arrives at No, 31 Best authorities hold that quail should Juno 22. 1851. nbout 500 Imildlngs being Falmouth leaves 30 a mj Sunday only. No. 31 at 10 destroyed; lohS about $3,000,000. never le split, but roasted "as a whole." leaves Fuluiouih at 4 30 pm, arrives at Covington Washington. D. C, Dec. 24. 1851, con- at 630 p m; Sunday only. No. p15m.leaves LexingA seasonable discussion is whether No. 8 leaves ton 7 15 p m, arrives Paris 7 J Rhode Inland or Vermont turkeys aro tho gressional library, 85.000 volumes, with Covington j so p in, arrives Falmouth 7 ao p m. works of art, destroyed. Dec. 15, 1830, No 7 leave Falmouth at j jo a m, arrives at Covbest. genornl postofllco and patent office, with ington at 7 50 a rn. A Brooklyn lakcr whoso name 13 Homo over 10,000 valuable models, drawings, DAILY KXCKPT SUNDAY. ..000.0t0. Nevada, Little Rock, Mobile and Now Orleans, ywv Newport News & Miss.Vallcy Co. Only nut ihange u pclnt in ,ArrTiTR. Soik Stiimach, Ktc I K. "" s si. neami, IChurdi, Ailim,Tenn., iritc4i"l ,1 IIxadaciii.Losi inn, lnt wasi-nti-nmte- ARKANSAS Scekioi; & ra;s. TEXAS. ' "s 1611 T -- had to (ubstllutii ",S'eiln, atiifP for your Medl cine, out' ti aon't answer the numiwi Kiinc-dnir- ,nuui,i imic ucen ueail out ur join ueuuine .u, A. Mm. tnons L ver .Medicine. I have s EMIGRANTS hoinsoii the tin. Comiwiiy for rais,routes Ac,, or wiitc o C. P. ATMOIIF. O. I. & T. A., Louisville, Ky Sprtial line nf this road will receive South-llount- It woikaliko a charm, I want no belt r Liver Hrirulalor and no more of Zcillu'j mixture. cer-taln- Medicine, and tiu.,1 m.,.l:. 'r .., ...,..,,,,,,,., vi.ciin. .hits.'.'- .. .. ..... n. iuuri.iver . I Dr. I. .! l!.n.M 1. Tl. ,.ki'nscil lialfol it. he . 'P b: JV f M Chesapeake PULLMAN CARS AND & Ohio! TRAINS. I - SOLID North-Ilout- thrt-fourtl- h. To BAST Washington, Loulsvllo .JXITIIV a UT tVij w Richmond Old Point Comfort. and ffigf CHICKEN ......... To WEST and T. Cholera Cure! AND NT7T Daily Kx, Sun. 6 30 a m jo a m 10 a m 40 p m jo p m 6 35 P m 7 00 p ni 7 40 pm 8 X3 p m 1 Oinoiinnatl' Conneclionsjdlrect for all points in the WEST NORTH SOUTH-WESIN erKKCTNOV. 13, "87. WEST n!m. Dally. 00 p m 111 111 Lve Louisville. Arr Lexington.. " White sulphur Springs,. " Chrlottsville:VMJunct, " Kichmond. , " Newport News Old Point Comfort jj p in " Norfolk " Washington " ll.iltimore " Philadelphia " New York 00 a in 40 a m 40 p m . 10 p m 00 p m 35 a m 11 3 11 3 il oo a m to a m pm II 6 on a in .0 a m 'sprn -- Lexington Division Trains run by Central li me Main LineTrains east of Huntington run by East crn lime, which Is one hour faster than Central 11, dally exADDITIONAL TKAINS:-N- o. cept Sunday, leave Olive Hill 4:43 a in; Mt, Ster11 time. very truthfully advertises "Homo mado bread." Apropos of cook books, tho cry Is "still they come." mid ono is about us valuable as another. Tardy, ns usual, lnjceeping up with the procesiion. Philadolphlans giro cheese THE DAILY EXQUIRKr. 1 Sunday nufl l)ilj-..,.t- l iHilly exevpt Sunday, fn i.a JOHN R. McLEAN, Publisher M - mo. 3 mot. 610. ' r ftT'i f7fs.ij tix ! . CINCIkUATI, O. NOTK. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Win- ling 7 00 am; arrive Lexington 8 3J a m; arrive at etc., destroyed. chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other other Cincinnati via Winchester Jja m. MWI Chicago, Ills.. Oct. 8 nnd 0. 1871. about trains are daily except Sunday. No. it, daily except Sunday, leave Cincinnati Direct connection is made at Winchester (with loop m; Lexington 535 p m; arrive Ml, Sterling 125.000 jiooplo were rendered homeless Ohio for Ml. Sterling, Ashland. Chsapcale Olive and over 20.000 habitations nnd business Huetincton, Charlestan, W. Va. and Lastern cities 711 p m; daily, 11 910D m Forge at 7 00 a tn; No. 3, leave Clifton places wero destroyed; the loss was estiFnS'I LINK. Nos, 3 and run via Charleston 11 30 p m; arrive Ashland 5 40 p m; trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars, be- Colnmbus 11 17 p m. $200,000,000: the area of tho mated nt a., and, WinNo. 6, daily feave Ashland 7 10 a m: arrive al tween Cincinnati and Richmond, burned district wnsuliotit 1.600 ucres. chester and Washington. Charleston ilium; Clifton Forge 7 36 p tn with lettuce. Through tickets and baggage checked lo any New Vork citv. N. V.. Die. 10. IS35. Pullman Sleeping Cars on all through trains. Old Dominion Steamships leave Norfork on Mon A Gorman professor holds that only about 5!W building were destroyed. Ir3 destination reached by a railroad. agent of the Co. dap, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Satur For full particulars address any those who have to do manual labor re- about Sl.VlXKi.UDO. The wiinul l!re was n. ' . daV at 6 30 p m for New York, il uacon,Pass'g'r Agt., s.Gen'l morse, Pass g rAcl., quire meat for breakfast. about :: bulldiii " tvero Traveling July 3f). For Tickets, Kales, Information, etc., apply to Covington, Ky, Ickct office or address Lexington, Ky. "t vintner As n general thing, hotel buckwheat ilestniyi'il. l.rHnlinul Oi-'-l Pass. Ast W C. WICKIIAM, 11,8. HUNTINGTON, Oeneral Manager. fire oci'tiiTi'd nil Jinii';-- ' I' ll !I00 cakes are a bort of Turkish rug in H. W I'ULLKU, Receiver. QonOfflcoa. Covington, Kentucky. huildiiig v. ru lii.:n..- . '.w.v.UO. uud quho as trying to digest. cV 111 4 Winches-ter.ASoil- d , chickens (lie every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all diseases combined. But the discovery ol rcmeuy mat pou'dreh cures it has been made, and to be of its efficacy only requires a trial, a bottle is eni ugh foj one hundred chickens. It is d If, after using of t bottle, th6 biyer is not thoioughlv satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undei signed and vo'ir money will be refunded coii-vinced 50-cengnat-nntec- Thousands s? oi dollars worth of I! two-third- s mini-utiii- o, m - I For sale by McKoUm .V Suigg, Stanford, f 'ii t4,3EtV. ys Vjjj 4..' S, a