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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889101101 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 1889 $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. 1 Semi-Weekl- y LL Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER H, 4889. DEATH'S DOINGS. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. VOL. XVII. MoKINNEV. NO. 69, The Nellie Free Company will show Mark Wakelleld, a prominent citl- daughLittle Mattie, a ter of George Harris, died Thursday. zen of Danville, died Tuesday morning, ' here Monday evening, 'Jlst. W. U. Kobinson and J. C. Thonip-Hi- s Sid Lovelace, Charles H.iker, Mac after n year's illness, of llrilit's disease. remains were taken to Spencer conn-- , son sold one of their Middlesborough Scott and Chris Chatching have been at lots last week for $10 per front foot. ty for interment. the mouth of Cane CrccK, on Hockcastle Mr. (Sarrett Coovert, an old and river, several days, llshing and hunting. Soc Owens died at IiIh home near' Htistonville Tuesday afternoon of the ef-- 1 highly respected citizen of lower Gai-fec- ts Laurel Hiver Association of Tinted of a third stroke of paralysis, apjd rani, died last Tuesday morning, at thu Hnptists held their annual meeting near 18 years. About n year ago ho stilfcred age of "o years. Manchester last Friday and Saturday. his t stroke and last, Wednesday week The pliysicians at this w riling have Hev. T. P. McCracken was moderator almost Immediately on reaching home given up ail hope for the recovery of Mrs. and Andrew Jackson clerk. g. The trustees of this school district Frost has been prowling around from Hot Springs, where he went Intake I). It. Collier and we fear the worst hoJack Irivo levied a tax of '21 cents on the 5100 for gome time, but hi mantle wart spread lds sou IMdie, lie was a second time fore this Ik read by the public, -- Quito a number of our citi.ens will worth of property nnd $1 on the poll, and We are prostrated. He seemed to realize that GUARD" most extensively this morning. gotten the his end had come and so told his wife. attend the sale at Middlesborough next some of the tax payers are kicking like him now-ha- ve leady for Ho rallied somewhat, however, and his week. Lancaster parties have between steers. stove up. K. S. Mcintosh, of Perry county, being a fatal acci- physician and friends thought that he fSO.OOO and $100,000 invested there What came near George O. Ilarnes preacher at who came here about two weeks ago to school last Friday. was doing remarkable well, till Monday dent occurred at the oldest child of !'. M. and morning, when he was again stiicken. the courthouse on last Wednesday even- be treated for liver disease, died Sunday Little U'lm-uU- , where the After that he lay in a deep stupor, from ing to a crowded house. It matters not night. He was buried on Cemetery Hill Mnttio Moore, while came in contact which nothiiigcould arouse him, and in how short the notice of Mr. Humes' com- Monday, near the grave of another Perry ball, boys were playl-iwith the bat, receiving a severe stroke tli'it condition lie died. Mr. Owens was ing, he never f.iils to draw largo crowds. county man, H. It. Carnett, who died nt over her left eye, which threw her into a man of many excellent characteristics About $00 was deposited with Mr. the Lovelace House last fall of flux. convulsion and for a while her life was and was very highly thought of by all H.irues' friends before and after the meetLast Sunday Deputy Collector C. It. despaired of. She in slowly improving who knew him, especially his neighbors ing as a very small remuneration for the Randall seized about gallons of brankinder-heartenud more good work lie has done for our people. now. No blame it) attached to any one, who sty a dy, two stills, caps, worms, etc., belongobliging until never honored a communiJudge M. 11. Owsley has gone to ing to William as the matter wan purely accidental. Hlliott.of this county. ElAlof l'daski county, ty. He had but recently returned to his for- Somerset to practice his profession. James M. Hryat, liott roportcd about !!" gallons on hand, Harrods-burg- , bert Si'hilllng lifts moved his confection- but Haudall suspected something wrong, bought of Kliner Hubble his farm of II mer homo at Htistonville from where ho kept theCommercial Ho ery to Middlesborough. II. C. Kauir-ma- n broke into the receiving room ami acre near Ttirnersville at $t:i per acre. found has been to the mountains, but not It about 1st of tel for several years. He also conducted Mr. Ilryant will move to that Elliott had made a mistake in his Joe P. Sandiferand own favor of something over 200 gals. January. 8am M. Helm Hold to John A the Cumberland Falls Hotel, which fine to Middlesborough. belonged to him. He was very L. F. Hubble, were at homo last week. of Danville, a fancy harness marc property Sheriff Pearl, C. N. Scoville and W. Frye, wpuWr with the traveling public urn! James Dillon ("Crow") has gone to Mid S. Jackson came near being killed Sun- for SVA7M. Williams Cotrey, of of cattle was most successful as a hotel man. In dlesborough to tuke charge of the opera day night. The' started on a velociede d shipped h - FOK Cincinnnti Monday. W. 18H!l he was married to Miss Nannie, house in that city. to Hazel Patch to hunt the man who atfrom here to daughter of the late Alex. Williams, and There has been some little kicking tempted to rob the mail messenger and A. Collcy bought of Kvnn Lyons and to them were born four children, Ivldio, I hy the disappointed over the noiniua-th- u Hud Martlu a lot of fat hop. at t M). 0. while in a cut near Altamont and on a one referred to above, who is about j lions made by the democratic county n Thomas short curve, they met a train ami they J. Orow bought of ' 111 years old, being the only survivor. committee last Saturday. Accept the r. just did see mule colt for J7.J. the headlight in time to jump Owens was a member of the Presby- - Unit with good grace, gentlemen. You from the track and hug the bank. The We are requested to announce that 'agreed to leave your claims to the coin- teriiiu Church for years and died as he velocipede was knocked to pieces by the the Lincoln County Teachers' Associa lived, with a steadfast Iioikj of a joyful i mittee and you ought to cheerfully abide engine. Nothing but Solid Values conlront you at every step. No lottery will meet at the Christian church at tion voted or catch penny device to mislead the unwary is ever resorted to by Turnersville Friday night and Saturday resurrection. The remains were follow- by tlu ir action. The reason they MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Wc study day and night to morning, Oct, 'i'lth and Jtfth. Quite an ed to Huirdo Spring Cemetery Wednes by ballot was to avoid any hard feelings, this House. interesting programme has been pre- il.ty by a large concourse of friends, and you should.not try to force tliem to E. Stanton Hume and Miss Pattio where after a short sermon by Elder W. I divulge their votes. The votes were all pared for the occasion. It is insisted L. Williams they wereconslgned toearth. fairly, correctly and voluntarily cast and Miller were married at Richmond Tues that the people attend these meetings I'o the widow, .son, brothers, sinters dav. and counted. and encourage the teachers ami educaFrank Lickens nnd Miss Maggie relatives we extend what poor tion by their presence. A pleasant, other Ht iiiii.k. It is reported that the ac- Pa v no were married at Mrs. Pluebe' Of a Dollar, and never directly or indirectly charge one customer for sympathy ami consolation that can come iirofltable time Is assured to all who may lady, Miss Hetsey Fu- Stone's, an aunt of the bride, yesterday. I something we pretend to GIVE to another. of man and commend them to Him Who complished young attend. Those nttandlng from a distant e gleman, is soon to marry Mr. Oivens. Our old friend, C.ipt. W. J. Wash all things well. docth with will bo entertained by the follow ing comroadinaster of the Kentucky Central, has! Judge W. M. Finley, editor of the Henry Walters says it takes a boot Look at the few figures named below on some Mrs. Win. Murphy, Mrs. vi mittee, two figures on it to fit him. Jack Swope, our thanks for an invitation to his mar- - j Louisville Post, who knows Mr. Owens John 0. Neal, Mrs. T. It. Lewis. Mrs. J. I.exington, a brother to our friends riage to Miss Loliie Helle Howeu, a Cov- - j "Notice of the death of Soc- of e well, suvs. F Gover, Mrs. John F. Cash, Mint Mil-tiJoe ami Hen Swope, died of livertrouble ingtou beauty, on the Kith. rates Owens, at Hitstouville, Kentucky, ! Orow, Miss lmanna Ilibb, Mrs. A. Sunday night tit ids homo. The friends Two old fellows, years each, fell will be received with sorrow by the Sallie Eubanks out at at Piqtia O., over a girl of 00, and I, Hoot have our sympathy. Tuesday for a many fiiends of that estimable boldface lias returned from Illinois. Miss Mary one shot the other dead. Then he turnJohn S. (Soode left city. Mr. Owens was proprietor y weeks' visit in Texas, ills wife and in tills Of well known value, which are but , Hubble is visiting in Louisville. Mies ed the weapon on himself and there of the Cumberland Falls Hotel, and in children, who have been isiting there .Maggie Swiuebro.id is visiting friends were two corpses instead of a single live that caput ity lias entertained thousands for several weeks, will return with him ucarStanford. Mrs. Frank Englemau is bridegroom. of people. A more accommodating and charge of OeorpjAlford will have Austin & Co. reported convalescent. Miss Hettio Wilson, not very fair TO pleas mt landlord was never seen. He ami livery during Mr. tioodo's ab have their shingle machine at George P. and 47, accepted Farmer Morgan's olferof was Ineless in his efforts to please his City, Hright's and is headquarters for good jo.OOO to any woman who would marry hence. J. F. Hooker, of Junction Mrs. guests, and everyone he entertained left shingles. Thomas inith is visiting his was here Monday and Tuesday. him, ami they were united in Morgan, his roof his friend." niotUer at Heu Lick. A. P. Hracket lias county, Intl., this week. The old man is Goode hits been visiting her daughter, 7. u Greenm Mrs. llichaid llihh. F. M. Ware was in w. ii." i.i eonu to Pineville on business. 81, or he would not have had to put up r.i.ri tw " r.M I til A iiiij. last week buying Kods. say to a correspondent who .il'innim berry Bright, Sr. rode horseback to the anything to get a wife in the country Cincinnati inquires ." ... I. . ....!.. 111... i ..... I John J. Johnnie Hastings, representing about keeping sweet potatoes, wivn tlio mhwihco .uomuvHim niiyn hb icw I. ii- where women are so plentiful. i .1:.! T....iiia ....n ..ii Co., Cincinnati, iravu us a IVrkins iinmo "- Western Kiiral, thet thev can be kept IIC Mill lo ur ov) yema ii);u. Mr. John II. Itobson ami Miss Mat- call Saturday. Collector Walk- for several almost completed. tie, the gleuian has his house pleasant pretty daughter of Mrs. Osie months in an ordinary cellar crowtje(j our shelves and piled on our counters for the sea Eggs are worth P--'J cents at our place Hiilfiuitn, of Lincaster, drove over fion er Lnndrani, of Lancaster, and danger ii lie is iMreiui tu Damning them thev son, bee if any House on earth does or can match these were hero the 5" James F.trris, of London, F,,,I.1K f0,t.,,I0 that town Tuesday and were married in should be tl.orougl.lv dried bt fore being l"u ,urU'', ,l " ul figures on the same quality of goods; flihtof the week looking nfleryour Cncle putnuay.andso ca'refully handled ns sides of the ltush Hranch pike is forbid- - the Myers House parlors by Hev. T. J. J. F. Sanders, a gay not to bruise them. The drying may not be done as the road is Codby. It was the consummation of a 4,000 yards Best Standard Calico in Choice Fall Styles at 5 cents per art's interest. be don and inut yard, worth 7c. bachelor of South Carolina, is here visit done in tho sunshine, spreading them in better tlx than it has been for some long lovo ailair, but which lias been carOne full case of Heavy Chevoit Shirting at 5c a yard. ing one of our Fair ones. Mat Woodson o'U carofuliy so that the sun can get nt time. Hoys, the primany election is at ried on in a clandestine way, ami a numpaid us a call Monday. We are glad to them and carefully covering them nt hand. Go to the polls and vote for the ber of their most intimate friends and Always the best Hrown or Bleached Muslin for any stated price to be found in any retail store in Kentucky. Try it we him so rapidly improving from his- night so tJiat thttdews will not get on best man to fill the ollices and theieby relatives will be surprised at tho anand see if it is not so. The late Illness. He will moii bo able to re- them. Or they may be dried in a kiln. keep our county democratic and con- nouncement of their marriage. Mr. itob!..u i.ln-- nstr.un disnatcher. Miss trolled by good men. Kigney sold to son, who is connected with a drug house For family use drying in the sunshine Eli.t in Memphis, lias the reputation of being cattle at Pearl Tablet is slowly recovering. Miss- would of course be the cheapest and' Lee some and Susie llerrick, of Hannibal, Mo., Smith is visiting us this week, looking a fine hiiMiiCNs man and lias shown his es would answer nil purposes. The cellar visit-in- ,; is welcomed in our ICitlie Horto;., of Kingsvillc, weio in which they nre kept should be dry, as neat its ever and good judgment liy selecting so elegant 11 the 17 acres of land Mish-- s F.ttie and Woodio Oooch it is better when possihh' to do so to homes. Col. ltieosold and young lady for his helpmeet. ilrst of the week. Miss Henick will at put them away so as that the nir can lying on the Lexington pike, to Simpson Just teem with attractions for the season. We display the largest for f.S per acre. He is having lumber tend the National Convention of the have free access through them. PiTTMirnuii. Mr. and Mrs, !" ! which convenes in line of Shoes ever shown in Stanford, and prices arc absolutely sawed to build on the site of the burned man, Mrs. Robert McXeil, Miss Maggie Christian Church London, with iiinirea somewhat indef- house. '.'ltd, before her return is infected beyond comparison for. cheapness. S. M. Spoonamoro Louisville the Rots, John H.tstin and George Burton The Misses Johnston, of Kings inite, is the largest citv in the world. likoJohu Robertson -- has the fever and were in Louisville last week. Thestnko Men:s, Children's and Boy's Hats and Caps at scarcely half value. We horn- H'y-nobHv Her postal district extends over a scope links in bis shoulders. villi', were the quests of Miss bought them by the thousands and can sell them cheap or give that has been on at the Pitman coal Saturday and Sunday. James W. of It square miles; that of the police them awav. The stock of Recovered Just in Order to mines since Aug. 11th, was declared off Ilibb, Jr., has gone to Missouri to look over (iOO miles. The population in 1SSI A Dying Woman receiving an advance Fiiday, the miners Spite Her Husband. out n location. Austin ltcid, of London, was something over 4,000,000. It stands The chuckling and other symptoms of Jc per bushel. Mrs. Robert McNeil way homeaftei on four counties, coveting tho most of was here Monday on his led the Oxford county was very badly hurt in the railroad aca week's stay at Frankfort and Middle- each. It has I,!i00,000 foreigners from of satisfaction Lewis-tow- n cident last Thuisd.iy nioiuing. Mr. W. every quarter of the globe, and is stid to man to tell another story says the burn. Ci. MeRolwrts, of tho Pitman Coal Com(Mo.) Journal. have more Catholics than Home itself remarks and more Jews than all Palestine. Withvery pany, has returned from bis home in Is larger and cheaper than ever known. Men's and Boy's Suits and "A woman up our way was An oraan of tariff lobbery lie has been spending sevsingle garments at amazingly low prices. Our Coats $2. 50 up. that "the tobacco tat is costing sJIio.OOO,. in tho limits of tho city there is a birth sick," said he. "She grew worse and Danville, wheio during the strike. Mr. C. II. is every live minutes 000 a vear, not ono penny of which and a death every worse and the doctor finally gave her up. eral weeks Heavy Pants for men 75c to Si. 25; Suits S3. 50 up, heavy for Moses leaves next week for Knoxvillo to needed by the government." The turilf eight minutes, night and day. Each year She had fought a good fight for life, but Winter. . It. C. weeks. :.. ,...,-- , .1.. i..,.f Kl.irr t.Mi n,.ni- nii rlnn'f finrl t,i iinmo taxes on wool, hemp, tlax, jute, salt, coal addsl.),0(X)to tho population. There are at lat made up her mind that she was be absent about two glass, iron, copper and 7,(XW miles of streets and 1,'JOO miles of going to die and Ktid iier parting words Medaris, of Williamshurg. preached here Q - w.w., ....,, H t v.w,... earthenware, III Ulir hlULK, tlltajj. wi.uiiv.i;i, vuiiiiuiw, (umiuj, will preach every lead ores, dye stuUs, lumber and other steeet railway within the city limits. to her friends. Last of all sbo had a Wednesday night and in price. Vou can't tell much about it unless you drop in. The asnight this week except to night (Tliuis: materials of production and necessaries Each year an average of JJS miles of now talk with her husband. sortment of R.T.S. the people of the streets are opened. " 'John,' said she, 'I'm going to leave dav.) of living extort from you forever.' United States ten times thu amount of The Treasury statement for September About a year ago Joseph Hloedel, a " 'Yes, Mir.tndy,' said lie dropping a taxes on tobacco, while yielding, all the boy, of Huntington, W. Va., tear. . ;i0 show that on thut dav the (.Jovern- to the governcombined, less revenue " 'I ain't like some women, John. 1 nient had ?I7,7HI,bSJ 011 deposit, without Agnes Jams, aged 11, ment than the tobacco taxes. Yet in in runaway with a comdaughterof a interest, in the national banks, "the pet Is immense. South Caro- want you to be happy and have t Drtss Goods this season are beau Cheap 5 and der to maintain thcu brutal taxes on the ..., m- - in..;.,.. ,..,1IU through life.' 1.....1.., o Agues, being unusually panion lina farmer. III, III, ,.! in of necessi IMllIN, tin .Ml. I.HIIIIU llll.n ll...... 1111. nmtei lala of labor and articles ihe tiful and durable. It will pay you to loolc at them, "'Yes, Mirandy.' large for n girl of her ago, and seeming theiefore perpetuating the policy width, ty, the organs and beneficiaries of tariff marry again, last " 'Yes, I want vou to older, consequently than she really was, vein liniiur.il Harrison denounced plunder insist on repeal oi mo Mr. ... had no dillicttlty in prevailing on it min- mid I've been thinking that one ofexcel as injurious and d.tncioiis and Mr. uiu lineal taxes which men pay Hl.iiue denounced as corrupt ami tho ister to unite her in marriage to her boy Smith's girls would make you mi of die wing and smoking tobacco! The wife.' in the history of the ereatest the tobacco taxes put lover. Since then they have lived to lent difference is that '"Yes, Mirandy, I've been thinking of United States. Out of their own capagether happily until last Friday, when revenue Into the publlo treasury a largo Hundreds of lovely Hats and Bonnets arc cious mouths the people who have at Is given special attention. and Joseph died veiy unexpectedly of ty- the same tiling myself.' for the support of tho government " 'You have, eh? you brute. You bet- prcM-n- t scarcely half regularprice. of the Govern- displayed at got possession while phoid fever, just as his child wife was for the payment of army pensions; giving birth to n girl baby. And so, be- ter wait till I'm gone before you pick ineiitaie convicted of niendacitv or mis- -' OurBole ambition is to make this cstablisment in future in a greater on raw materials and necessa! Fixthe taxes I degree than ever the Peoples Headquarters for all lines of goods. Into fore she is quite 12 years of age, Agues out another wife Oh, you wretch before government; one or the other. ries of living pour enormous sums con- Hloedel is wife, mother and widow, all ing your In-aon another woman We conduct a general Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoe and Notion although Hut coders of a favored few, A Good Ooutfh Syrup. wife's under ground! Store and buy in enormous quantities for four large stores andean maintenance of the three. A lemarkable occurrence, surely. vour first tributing little to tho youshan't'havoher! I'm going to get TIiitc it nothing parent klioultl be so cartful and do name prices that are lower than can be found in any retail government.-PhiladelphlaUe- conl. elccuiiucoigii yrup. licks' Cherry About t John Jacob Astor died wortlt well just to spite you anil Ann Smith.' 110 more tlun tho cheap unilin. Cough Sj rup iotl House in Kentucky. after beginning on a salary of 2 "Tho woman was true to her promise f.'rior mt unit ihiowii on t u nurikCt. Tin Lost Webster Hiince, -J- udge Zephanah a week for beating furs in a damp cellar. To everybody's astonishment sho recov none too Ktoi, be lure ami k1 HUGHS' CH IJKtlY where born Nov. 1 1, 1787, on the farm w keep It on hand at all Tlio 510,000,000 left by him in 1S40 lias ered and llvod.to attend her husband COUCH sYRUl tho fatuous Charter Oak, died at stood AR' 1VunJ'' u'll,,, l,m grown in 10 yeais to $100,000,000. funeral." Tuesday. (Seorge Uivcns, of color, had or. nt V. 11. Diivlilhon'a store u feet in circumference. The niimoroiiH lumber, grain ami conl wagons daily seen on the streets gives our town u business appearance. Little Jliumle Uodds, 1h confined to bis room from Injuries canned by n buggy wheel passing over lilin while trom thu baptising Sunday even-i- n THE BATTLE WAGE IT I fii-N- f "OLD in Line, Invincible and Ready Fop The Fray! THE GREAT I; pi-wli- d Barg ain Store" In STANFORD a Regular t Mid-dlebur- cai-loa- Arsenal of Ammunition re-M- The FALL CAMPAIGN. ' See How Much We Can Sell for a Dime J I G-- STAPLE POINTERS ARTICLES MATCHLESS ARRftY tin-hot- THE i- - .. ... Splendid Bargains ito . j, ill -- d '. Hat & Shoe Departments is 1 lt-v- rriu'T'ZL: io-ccn- V, ; QDRESS GOODS O well-to-d- o 1 ir ""' ' Millinery Department 0, I Port Huron, Midi., - S..L. POWERS & CO., Stanford. rr Wl rMBrwp-jWWWW i i .. mil , MtMWMBHiMwaBaHSWiMwM p TmT3B iirr ilk icucn ,n. .... riK.... nr.ngnw , - W "Ho must iiuih (n. ii iui plucky," iinrii .trtr.i interrupted draco, with dllalPll pupils. "Oh yes, he was hut listen Ono day Camilla that was my I 111 j jj , it I j TAPESTRIES. nere In (lie room where oft I (It, ' And where I wears ray nebs, or knit The thought that como Into the mind. When that Imagination!! kind. At times I'm startled at the way Surroundings with one' thought hare play Even the lawtry on the nail. That day we hardly not nt nil. Shows to one's mood a difference A something nlniiot kin to liken looking class. Sluch that within the mind may pass. lonksof pattern prim. 'twould never show n whim: As Of placid outline, delioiuilt, To breed contentment any w hero Hut let. Instead, things go nry Which eer In mold I try Fiends from therein Mik out nt me. And held iiiiiuMirnl Jollity Enlarging kirts that hardly hint Of form and fure, aud lleshly tint. Into queer slmiies that liruadly grin. And aM iintn what's ill within -- Kdward S. Creamer The trj 1 to lie my friend. When the uurld And nothing hapens to offend. UNA KENTON'S LOVKIt. of tho harlequinade. I was very proud of my ' jumps; they were longer and 'higher than those of any other man in the profession Thero was no fakement, no hidden spring board or dodgery alout it. I took an honest run from the footlights, and I used to go clean through that clock face, though it tvas seven feet from tho ground, head tlrst overy night: and four supers used to catch mo In a blanket the other side. She was on had taken my nt the time; for when jump, which always brought down the house, she used to dance the 'Versovi-ana.- " which was a new thing then, with The leer foi old Brown, the ii.wlequin the supers used to bo a pretty heavy tax, and if one didn't pay for it it meant getting knocked about or breaking ono'o neck. My four chaps were always pretty particular, for they got their beer money regularly If I hadn't been quite so liberal it would havo boon better for me. That night, sir. those four suporu were stupidly drunk. I took my jump, and as I Hew through the clock faco I 1 0 . Lay It aside her work no mom site sits Uy open window In tho western sun. Thinking of this and that beloved one tn alienee on she knits w. i.... HOW sv I'lIK !'Ml WUKRKI). . - -- k I i I ' '" yo jilaso, ma'am." said nurso, "that accounts for it." i .... I : Delia, tlw vi i I IB m iv n Tho coming of her children honu once more. With sweet and tearful face Lay It aside, her work Is done and well; life; A generous. s)tiiatlulle, Chi A faithful mother nnd n noble wife; Her Inlluetice who can tell It nIJe say not her work I done. No deed of lovo or good lien ever dies. Hut lu the I lies of others multiplies, Ray It h ut begun' -t- uirah It Itolton Lay It aside; the needles In their plmii. No more hs welcomes at the cottage door Ijiy BLACK HALL. A great storm was abroad in the Bluo Ritlge mountains, angry flashes cle'ft the gloom, thunder crushed and v;m echoed from hill to hill, and the swollen streams dashed headlong, taking rocksuud fallen branches in their course to the James. Amid tdl this detracted nature an might havt'seen the two lamps of the Amherst stage coach gleaming like bleared eves tluough the ruin, as that lumlx'riug vehicle, drawn by n powerful span of bays, dashed along tho mountain road en route for Lexington Suddenly a bright, young face peeped out of the coach window, and a girlish voice cried: "Driver, how near are we to Commodore Develin's?" "Be thar in jus' tree minutes, Miss. It's dat are big house on the hill yonder all ublaae like." A moment more nnd they wore driving into the grounds. Again tho impatient girl essayed to look forth, hut receiving a cold dab on the cheek from tho wet leaves, she fell back impatiently and listened to the heavy, wet houghs, a--s they brushed tlte top aud sides of the coach. Suddenly tho stage stopped, old Nico-demjumped down in the mud, with a lantern in one hand, and Hinging opon tho door with a flourish, said loud enough to wake tho seven sleepers. "Comadore Divilius, Miss!' There were only two sleepers within, however, but they ojioned their seared eyes wide enough for seven, half expecting to, see a highwayman, but. Mug reassured by Nicodenms' lohhing wool head and smiling black face, they laid a contented hand on their xx'kctlooksaud bade farewell to the young lady, who quickly lea pit! into the mud. and. picking up Iter dress, ran up the bro.nl stops, Nicodeiuus followed with her trunk, aud taking the quaint brass kmcker. representing a coiled serpent, in his hand. gave a long, loud knock, which echoed far and near There was a sound of feet running to the door it opened lights dazzled tho young travelei, aud. umid silvery laughter and exclamations of delight, she was clasped in tlte arms of her old schoolmate. Lena Dovelin "Tlte north nnd south have met." said the commodore, and the little traveler turned to behold tt superb looking old gentleman, with a long, silvery heard, white hair nnd flue, dark eses. who hold M II shout which came trom the front of the It wni Christmas time in St. d lies' house: and then, instead of bclngcaught workhouse, nml there was quite a largo in the blanket, I shot head first into the party of us engaged in waiting on tlio brick wall at the end of the theater. old people nnd in administering to their Those four chaps had forgotten all almut creature comfoi ts. Wo gave thorn a sort me and were talking together, with the of entertainment nfU'rward songs, reci- blanket in their hands; because, as I tell tations, some amateur conjuring and in- you, they were stupid drunk. After the dinner strumental music:. "It wasn't til) three weeks afterward came the entertainment, and just beforo that 1 came to myself; and then I was in tho entertainment an ounce of tobacco a bed in Bartholomew's hospital, and I or snuff, whichever they pleased, was was light headed and as weak as a child. presented to each inmate. As I handed The next day was Wednesday. Wednestho tray containing the little packet he day is visitors' day at tho hospital, and stretched out a shaking hand and thank- Lina, she came to see mo; aud sho sat by ed mo in a voice which seemed familiar. my bedside, and sho cried as tlrough her "I think wo mint havo met licforc. my heart would break. And then she told friend," 1 said. mo how it all happened: and how she "Lor bless you, Mr. Nibbs!" said he. loved mo; and how I must make haste to be"I used to seo you 'most every night get well, that wo might get married, as we fore my misfortune; my misfortune has were under engagement to do; and then brought me here," ho added wearily. she cried fit to break her. heart. She "I don't remember your face," I an- looked prettier than ever, poor thing! swered, ami yet I seemed to have seen it And every Wednesday she'd come and before. try to cheer me up. aud say how hard it "My face is about all that is left of was that our wedding had to bo put olT. me," ho replied, and then he did a very She was a good girl, sho was. extraordinary thing ho blow out Ids "But our marriago was put off for good cheeks, he screwed up his mouth, his and all: for 1 wasacripplo a cripple for eyes seemed tiearly to start from his life, mind you. and as weak as a child. head, and his scalp, which was Covered My memory camo back right enough. with scanty locks of gray hair, began to But how was 1 to get my living as a "work up and down with a sort of me- clown, when I was only u miserable cripchanical movement, and then ho uttered ple? It was 1 who broko off our engagetho extraordinary words. "Hero wo are ment, sir: for it wouldn't havo been fair , again I" on Lina to havo held her to her word. "Good gracious!" said I: "why, it's Peoplo used to say that Lina had chucked Molino." mo over, and that she was a heartless "That's me. sir." ho said, "or what's minx. But I did it. sir, because I hadn't left of mo." the heart to hold her to it. and any honI got rid of my tray of tobacco and est man would have dune the same. They snuff and then I camo back to tho old were very good to me at the 'Bird.' and man. Ho wasn't an old man in years, they gave me a check taker's billet at fifbut ho looked 70 at the least. We had teen lob u week, and kept that billet been rivals once, Molino and I. When for nigh on twenty years. I Used to get I first began writing for tho stage, and 1 a look at The Era. and week by week I began at 20, I did a good many things read how Lina Fenton got on. and how 1 was glad for tho "Bird of Prey." to sho got to tho very top of the tree. I write a comic song for a guinea. 1 used to cut out tho favorable notices and knew what poverty was, but 1 was per- paste 'cm in a liook: and I was as proud fectly happy, for 1 was in lovo with an of 'em. sir, as if it had been my own. angel. And so was Molino. 1 was a no- And then the 'Bird' was sold, as you body, an outsider, "a mug." Ho was know: anil that was how I lost my billet, somebody, for he was "the great little for tho Salvation army didn't want to pay Molino," tho celebrated clown, and of us any money to the likes o" me: and then I two sho certainly preferred Molino. There camo on hero. And that's my story, Mr was no doubt about her preference, for Nibbs." sho was engaged to bo married to him; 1 often met I never saw Molino again. and then, knowing how tho case btood, Lina afterward. She was always affaI, as an honest man, gave up my suit ble and nice: and, somehow or other, one And then I lost sight of her for somo always lias a sort of sneaking tenderness years, and Molino dropped out of my for one's first love; and, though she is memory altogether. Sho was certainly much over 10 and I am the Kssessor of ,i tho most graceful dancer I havo over handsome wife ami half a dozen children, seen. Tho school of dancing at tho I shall think Lina Fenton the fairest and "Bird of Prey" used to bo quito an most fascinating woman whom it has it was a tradition thero that over been my good fortune to meet. Her tho best dancer always played Columbus magnificent golden hair is streaked with at Christmas, Talk about the poetry of gray now; the soft blue eyes aro not permotion talk about aerial grace and haps so bright as they were once, but sho rhythmic movement. Never beforo nor is a charming woman still. Chicago Hersinco have I seen such dancing ns Lina's, ald. and 1 don't believe I evershall if 1 Hvo to Tlio Chestnut Clop. be a hundred. Other peoplo thought so, "Those wo get here," said a commistoo, and they didn't keep Lino- Fenton long at the "Bird of Prey." Sho cnino sion merchant, "are the Virginia nuts, to tho West End. Sho played at the they aro tho finest nnd largest of nil, Peristyle, sho got a speaking part, sho though possibly tho ones grown in New roso to Ik) tho stock chambermaid of the Hampshire und northern Massachusetts establishment; then sho made a hit in havo an even sweeter flavor. The latter, melodrama; then she married a million- however, are smaller. Thegicat chestaire; then her millionaire smashed up, nut producing area of Virginia includes and Lina Fenton now plays aristocratic portions of Rappahannock. (Jrecn, Nelold woman and honestly earns her .C500 son, Madison and Amherst counties, up to the foothills on tho south side of the a year. But at the time 1 am speaking of Blue Ridge. Tito nuts nro mostly picked Lina Fenton was not an old woman: she by children, from whom they are txnight was, I repeat, an angel. I thought so, by the country grocers and traders, who Molino thought so, and so did the British in turn sell them to the wholesale men like ourselves, on commission or otherpublic. "You heard how 1 camo to grief, sir, 1 wise. Enormous quantities of them ate suppose?" ho said. "It was along of sent to Norfolk, where they aro passed over long sieves, with small holes at the beer." "Whv, you was a most sober man," I beginning and bigger onesfurtheron. by which thoy are assorted accotdiug to remarked. hi.e, to bo subsequently settled in price, ''Ave." he replied. "Barley water for was my drink in tiiose days, sir. A accordingly,bag sale to tho jobber, who sells by tho to tho retailor." clown don't do much good unless he is "Is not tho Alleghany region a great a sober man; but It wasn't tho beer I drank, sir, that settled me; it was tho producing center of chestnuts?" "Yes, indeed. It is from that quarter beer I had to give to other people. Clowning was a very dilTeieut thing in that tho west and north are chiefly supthose days, sir, wasn't it? Why, thero plied, Chestnuts can be transported Virwasn't a house in London as didn't run thence more promptly than from ami it was the comic ginia to Chicago, which is tlio main dis its pantomime; tlio northwest. But business they wont to sou. sir, then, and tributing center for Alleghany crop fails Chicago not tho ballets and the processions and when the buyers to Norfolk, and prices the gentlemen and ladies from the music sends its hallB They used to go to hear mo sing rise witli the demand for tho Virginia 'Hot Codlins' and 'Tippety Whchot;' product. Tlio ctop in Massachusetts and ayo, and 1 got a treble encoro for 'em Now Hampshire is becoming less overy owing to tlio reckless way in which overy night, too. as you know, bir. year, tho trees aro being cut down." WashWhere aro tho clowns gono to nowadays, ington Star. sir? I can tell you." he said, in a solemn whisjK'r: "to the workus, sir; that's A Mixed yii.stlon. where they're gono. Why, there's three 'Whero is that umbrella I loaned you?" on us here, It's tho music halls that did said Smith. it. If tho public sees clowning all tho "Why, I loaned it to Robinson, and ho year round thero. and uncommonly bad says you found it and that it belongs to clowning, too. they don't want to seo it him," replied Btown. at Christmas, aud that's the secret. I "So it does, lie says I've got to give don't, suppose thero was a happier man it back to him or buy him another." in t.he whole profession," he continued "But he's got his umbrella." sadiy 'than was when I was playing "I know that, but ho says I'm responhad saved sible for it. Aud so I will havo to look in 'Harlequin momj 1 had furnished u little house to you." in Ilo.ton. and wo wero to bo married "Well, I'll havo to look to Robinson, in a v. ek, Lina tint) 1. Tho pantomime But it's liis umbrella and ho won't give had nniy three tnoio nights to run, aud it up." 'Luke, tho Laborer," aud 'The Murder Heie they turned tho corner, and tho at tin lied Bain' wero billed for tho fol- world will never know just how tho 1 had a big jump question was settled. Merchant Travlowing Monday. throu U n clock faco In tho second seen eler. 1 insti-tution.'a1 1 heard the beginning of the tremendous out a warm hand, saying "Welcome to Black Hall. Miss draco.' 'Bring Miss Howard in to the Hie,' said Mrs. Develin. appearing in the pai lor door Although Crate had never before met her friend's family, their warm giceting made Iter feel vety unceremonious: so she ran with a smiling face to nit et Lena's sweet, dove faced, little mother, who ad N.inced. radiant in welcoming smiles Just then IjCII.i's brother Boh opened the front door. lie was a quiet looking fellow-with mischievous in own eves, who, when introduced, bowed shyly blushed a trifle, and strode on to the din- quiet." 'I hen tlio figure turned, and. lixtug her ing room, shaking tiie rain fiom his mournful black even on the occupant slouch hat. "Now come to my room and get on dry of the U'd, which foittiuiitelv stood in clothes." said Let. a. "You look wet and tho shallow, she raised one hand, discloscold." and she led (irace up the broad ing a gleaming dagger At this lcnu almost screamed, but draco's tittle Iron , staircase "Jehie," addressing a coloicd man hand seemed holding her luck, mid she lay trembling wliiic and motionless, in bting up Miss Howard's trunk." Everything w:m new and strange to the back pan of the bed "I never heard ol a ghost lasting so (Irace: wide halls, the colored servants who peeped at her euiiously, long." thought (trace Then the and lasilv Lena's room, with its dark walked to the window Light as a feathpaneled walls, heavily curtained win- er dr.tce slid on lu the Hour. und. apdows and hod. ami the great wood lire proaching the llgure. caught her long, Off came it black hair in one hand on tho hearth "Oh, how lovel. !' exclaimed she. massive wig, the creature turned with throwing herself into tin oasv chair, but tin exclamation of "By thunder!" and on second thought springing up to caress bashful Bob, giving one nonplussed look, lied through the door, which ho had Iter friend 'You dear darling, t haven't seen you opened witli a skeleton key. M. M. in New York News for six months ' "And I've boon shut up lioto all that A Noble srlcme. time." replied Lena, vho w.'ib a tall, It is a trite saying.that "the umlovotit quiet blonde. 'Well. now. should really havo en- astionomer is mad." No right minded joyed that," Orace icplied tossing Iter liei'soii c.iti look unmoved upon the subdamp wrappings over the back of a lime revelations of this noble science chair, "because 1 adore old houses, and without being uplifted, without recogOh! nizing in what ho sees the hand of an trees, and romance, and gliosis Creator, without exerienciiig a havo you any ghosts bore?" "Well. yes. we have what they call a wholesome feeling of the utter insignifihaunted room in the rearpait of tho cance of himself aud the race to which ho house, but none of us ever sl.'pt thero or belongs. And there are very many to whom such a reeling ,is tt needed tonic saw the ghost." "Oli, do tell me about it ' there a for self sulilciency and the arrogance of self. Pittsburg Bulletin story connected with it?" "Yes, quito a little roniancj. Just Ants on Ills lli'iul. tlrop into that chair close to the fiio and A young man in Hauford, Cal., called I'll tell you tho story." Then, taking draco's hand, she began: upon a barbel iiid had his hair cut. As "Years and yeais ago. draco, my usual the barber applied some oil to tho who was young man's hair. Tlio young man to his blankets that night, but artist, camo over from England and an settled in this house with his bride, a nbout - o'clock in the morning lie awoke very young und beautiful girl, who had with tho feeling that some ono was try been hastily married to him by her fath- ing to saw the tv )f his cranium off, er to prevent a match between herself Upon lightlifgu lamp he found that the and a young Lord Somebody who was only trouble was that tho oil on his hair hud attracted tt fow thousand ants. her father's enemy hard hearted relative of mint) Now Orleans Picayune. "This mail led her against her wishes, and A Hough Cliiiuge, then carried her away, almost broken Illustrating the changes which French hearted, to a strango country, nnd into this gloomy old house. He was double names suffer in this country, Tho Buffalo her ago, and jealous ns he could bo of Commercial says that (K'thaps no aristoher former lover, whom he thought was cratic French iiumti over suffered more But it from foreign usage than that of tho separated from her forever. wasn't so, draco. That young Lord parly resident nnd benefactor of Buffalo, Somebody swore that he would rescue Louis LeCoultoulx.niurquisdoCauniont. her yet, if ho had to muidor her hus- Tills gentleman is known in this vicinity "Llcky-too.- " It must band so ho started at once for America, as"Look-a-too"o- r where ho spent a long time in vain bo admitted that the numo'ls a pretty tough ono for Americans to wrcstlo with. search for his lost love." , itii-tlar- "Your white roses nro Just coining Into yon know was bud. Lilly." said Aldrlch Cone, us he weeping in the huuiiiici house, when sho suddeulv looked up und heboid Iter old came in from the garden. "Blossom Sho Hedge Is tit its prettiest now." lover standing in the doorway The coffee exhaled a fragrant odor, tho was overwhelmed with joy, ami confessed that she was wretched with hor fresh baked biscuits weie of the most husliaud. and I suppose there occurred delicate biow u, nnd the chickens broiled quite a little love scene, lor her husband, to n turn, but Mrs. ("ones face wore a in, I most tragic expression, as she sat overhearing the affair itished with plunged hii dagger in the otiug loid's nn open letter in her hand heart, and curried Camilla fainting to "Aldiieh."s.ild sho.hysti'rii:allv,"vvhat her room, win to lie flung heron the bed, and locking the door, ilep.iited When am to do.' Ileie'n our Aunt Elllng- he returned it was to find hei dead She ham coming heie next week with her six had taken Iter life with lift own little children and the titiise' They've had the dagger.' measles, it seems, and the doctor has 'ami what "Oh'' gusod draco country air. so they've decided to then?" i Inflict a four weeks' visitation upon me!" Why. lie went "Then? of , said Aldrieh. guiltil). "I forgot course, although didn't suspect it i "Oh.'; llaidee Clare wants to como some time. nnd. being an artist, to tell you for hero this summer She requlie.s perfect painted her pictuie. which now hangs her new novel, and says j tpiiet to finish on the wall of the haunted mom ' "Oh, do show it to met' exclaimed she retains such a delightful impression draco, springing up, and U'ltn took the of Blossom Hedge from her hist summer's light ami letl the way to the unhappy visit!' bride's apattment. "Oh. does she. Indeed?' said Mrs. "We never use it. It hasu t been slept Cone, dashing tin cream nnd sugar took- lu for years." said leiiu. ocniiig the lessly into the sen green china cups. door, "it is furnished just as it was when "And we must loiuciiiher that your tho t raged v occulted Thev call her the cousin Falkland has kindly volunteered Lady of Black I lull." to send Andromeda here for the sumdraco shivered as slieenteied thegicat mer, so thai ho mav forget that, love cold chamber and glanced ut the massive alfair of hers with Jack Jocelyn." mahogany U'dsteail.with its damask cur"I'm afraid we haven't loom for 'em tains, brought over from England ears nil," aid Mr. Cone, reflectively. and years ago. Everything was cheer"Oh, jos. ou have," said tally , with less, grand aud time worn tears and laughter snuggling in her "This is the picture." said Lena, hold- voice. "They'll sleep on the hall hat ing tiio caudle above theii heads, ami rack, on the garret lloor or the cellar (race saw before hor tho full length pie shelves, sooner than forego tho opor-tuiilttureof a young and beautiful gill, within of getting good country board for whoso great lilack eyes tliete shone tin ik. thing! Aud I shall do as did last ex prcssion of intense horror as she seemed year gel along w ithout a new winter about to plunge a tiny d.mgei within he i suit and do my own winter housework, breast, her faco was deadly white, her because the hoilscki-cpiubills wero so lips bloodless, hei black huir unbound heavy during the summer All our reund falling far the waist of her lation) tire very particular, you know, white dress nhoiil their eating and drinking, and we "Horrible!' exclaimed dracu. "Nttone had to get now hair mattresses for the but a madman would have iinteil the JohuMiiisSuivthcs, and Haidee's contemplated suicide of his wife, and room because she ''icrfoetly abbot rod' dwelt so on tho horror slit felt in com the old pattern." But l'iia. she con mining the deed "It's outrageous!" said Cone, carving tinned, after a p.tiiso. in which they tho chickens. "But I don't know how heard only the wailing of the wind in we are to help ourselves without lolng tlte branches without, "von don t dreadfully mile." that she haunts this place.'' "Tell them plainly that they cannot 'Of course not." and lina's sweet lips come." curled "Our lelatious, Lilly?" remonstrated "Well. then, do please sleep hen to- Cone. night and find out for certain.' pleaded "It's an inquisition." said Lilly. the other "It's only for a little while, my lovo And so it was arranged ami old tat 'em come.' mammy built a great tire on the long "It will In for all summer, Aldrieh." deserted hearth, and the cotnnitsloreiind "No, it won't. Ill seo to that!" his wife laughed ul their giiltsh fieak "What do you mean?" and bashful Bob essayed out long, curl "I've got a plan in my head, my love." otis look at the crpclrator of such a "A plan?" wild scheme, and til 10 prtvisely the "Yes. You'll see Only don't ask tiny household tetiled questions." draco locked the door and nxil.ed tin "But. Aldrieh," pleaded the young dor tho led. in the closet, in the empty lioiivkcomr. with every hinpltuhle itn bureau drawers ami the match safe pulse rising up in her heart, "juii vases and wash pitcher U'fore jumping mustn't trout 'em rudely!" into Iwd, to Ik sure that no ghosts were j "I'll bo as pleasant as Punch to 'em, being harlorod on the premises, and my love stio if I'm not." then, kissing each other good night, "Aldrieh, what aro .von going to do?" these two girls feel into a sweet, tranquil "Don't I tell you. Lilly, that it's a sleep profound sisi'ret? How long they had slept neither Knew, "But ".ou'll toll llle' when suddenly loth pairs of eves flashed 'I II tell nobody!' 0on simultaneously ami they were wide Audio tills platform Mr. Cotiu steadawako. Tho storm had gone down and fastly adhered, in spite of tally's protesthe moon shone biiglitlv. nnd theio. tations and entreti standing in the moonlight near tho winTho aitthouiNt armed, with several dow, was a woman in white, with long, huge ti links, a tvHwiiter and a hamtrailing, blnck hair Neitlit rgirl scream- mock. ed, fait Lena clasNd In r friend's band Miss Andromeda I .ilklaud camo by convulsively, and tlte latter returned It tho next train ""like Niolx. all tears" witli a steady, firm, warm pnssine. and Mrs. Ltliiighaiu. her nurse, and her which said ns plain as worth "I'cifectly six noisy, troublesome young convales1 d y 1 g he-loj i I I j ' "Accounts lor wntur "The ghost, mum all In vvhltol" uttered Delli with ohattering teeth. "I seen It Itisi night, mum. us the church clock stt in V VI. an' I seen It tlio night An don't wonder, ma'am tho oor, dead IhxIIo.s Item' dug up und scattered mound this way And IT von plasor ina'aiu. you'll suit yourself at once, for not another week will Delia O'Rourko live next door to a church yard!" lw-fo- i V "Ma. ma." whispered I'loience Elllng-hiiwho had eagetl. tlevoiired overy word of the discussion "I m afraid of D.'lia says ghosts come after ghosts, little girls If they don't" "Will you hush?" said Mrs. Effingham, "Aldrieh, clasping her hands in despilr what l this? Havo you sold the Maple lot.'" ni "Sold Itl Why shouldn't T wild Mr. Cono. wlm just then came lu with a string of speck led brook tiotit "They offered me a capital price, and I'm not a rich man ' "But to a cemetery!' I don't know a quieter nefghtor than a cemetery." said Aldiich. "And I'm told," said Mrs. Effingham, with a shudder, "that some Interments have ahead) taken place!" :1 didn't suppose you'd mind it. Aunt Elfiiigham," said tlio voting host. "Mind it! Why. It's a "Do wo proceeding!" cried the lady live In a civilized country, or h we not?" "Ma!" u'ieoched Itudo'lph Elfiiigham, the second son, jerking til the maternal skiits, "here's a load of lumber at tho bam a ie.il big load. Doyousiipposo that's to make the coffins nut of?" Just then Mls.sClarost.'f'Vd, n la Lady Macls'th. tiHn tho scene. "1 attiieli no Importance to vulgar stitioti." said she, glaring at Mrs. sti Elllngh. mi. with w hum rdte wits no longer on speaking terms. "'Of tho dead I entertain no fear Hut the living tiro quite a different thing. Ami 1 certainly saw u man. Cousin Aldrieh, prowling about these premises last night, with a dark seinl-lurlwro- fii lantern." "The ghost'" squeaked Delia. "I seen him, too! I ilid, with these eyes, tho hlisftld saints Ih'Iiiiic me nnd till harm! Oh! oh! oh!' "Peace. foollh woman!" said llaidee. 'This was no shade! It whs n burly I thief, intent no doubt on mischief saw him try to open the wok juirlor shutter, and then Neighlsir Foxley's wagon drove bv, nml ho disapc.ircd us if by magic. Anil want you to understand, tally." to Mrs. Cone, "that I can't stand the nervous shock of this sort of thing. My profession requires that I should Is surrounded by 'spacefill calm. I leave here "An" I'll go wid yoi." .said Delia. "I onn't n!i ji nights in a place where burglars Is climliiu' up the trellis work, and come stalkin' n round when poor glio-the church clock strikes midnight, and a whole wagon load more comin. or next tiny, from tho cimeteryl Och, hone! the like of It iiiver was heard lefore!" go. too? Wo'ro "Ma, ma! can't afrnid to slay at Blossom Hedge any longer!" pleaded the little Etfiughams, in chorus And so there was a general oxodu, "Aldrieh. is this truer' said Mrs. Cone, when tho last cpnv load of trunks had ilisnpiKNtred aioiiml the curve of tho I 1 w-- e li road. "Is what tnif1" Yoti'io not nfrnldof ghosts, are vim. tally?" "No: but" "Don't frt. my dear," 1 all-wis- e io-tir- ld Cone, coin-osdlI'lneterv lias putchascd a lot, but it litjijH'iis to Ik Maple Hill, four miles to the east of us. I'm not tn blame, am I for Erskino Effingham's cents, brought up the inr. blunder?" "Ten eople!" uld Mm. Cono to that "Butth load of liiuilfe-r?trust woi thy am) I (.'liable, confidant, her"I've sold tin place to Doctor Bassett, self. "Oh dear! rh, dear! J might us nnd he's 'oie to build a gem of a well have taken a situation for eneral Quean Aim ige I can't imagine hotisuwork in ti slimmer hoai ding house." any pleasanter ticighliors than the Has "I don't sail Mts Pepper, tho setts will Is, can you?" minister's wife, "what that )oung Cono " k.iI.1 bewildered Lilly; 'hut "Y-ye- s is thinking of to allow bis wife to bo so the iutcrmc'it Hint hud already taken overridden vv itii relations Tho weather place then-- . "ion nihl yourself" is very hot, and she is tar from stioug. "My denn-s- t girl, don't you loutpinhcr And 1 am told thev sleep themselves on that we buil. d Mi. no. your put spaniel, a sofa bedstead the p trior to make under the sweetbrier bush there? ami room for that swarm of punishes." tho two canaries, last fall?" "M) dear." said the good parson, "are ou ashamed of "Oh Aldrieh. aren't you not expros-sinjoui.oIf rather youiself!" strongly.'" 'Who I? Not in the least.'' "I'm only speaking the truth," said "But the ghosts Aldrieh? tho burMrs. Popper glars? But it soon transpired that Mrs. Cone's "Hen comes Andiouiedii." said Mr. visitors, like Itanium's happy family Cone, with a sudden assumption of could not ague more than judicial gravity "Como Miss llaidee Clan could not write here, you false damsel, and own up at without the accompaniment, of perfect once what I've ahead v been sharp silence. Tho little Lfliugiiatns could not eiiou-;l- i to dicover for myself." divert theniselvea without the hoots ami Oh Coum Aldrieh!" stnininoiod shrieks peculiar to their tender years, poor Andromeda, blushing celestial rosy ami both Miss Chuo and Mrs. Etliughani nil. and trying vainly to hide her faco took exception to the mournful banjo behind tin blue ribboned banjo in her notes on which Andromeda Falkland hand was vvout of an oveipng to bewail her 1 am neither Delia O'Rourko. not tho blighted lovo. Elllngham childiou, nor yet lluideo "They are quarreling like cats nnd Clare," meicilessly went on Aldrieh. dpga," sighed tally to her husliaud. "And 1 shrewdly susoct that the ghost "Let 'em quarrel," said Aldrieh wan Jack Jocelyn in a white tenuis suit, , haunting the green field beneath his "What larks, ma!" said Erskino Ef- sweetlie.nt's windows, and the burglar fingham one afternoon, as lie returned no other than Jack Jocelyn in black, from a successful raitl upon tho hens' climbing up the tiellis nfter a lei tor, nests in tho barn. "We've got to take which he well knew whero to find," our hammocks and croquet out of tho Audroii'odu blushed redder than over. Maple lot." Now I'll havo no more of this," said "What for?" petulantly inquired his Aldrieh, with mock sternness. "Conmother fess, young vvontttn, at once, that you "Cousin Aldrieh has sold It." and yotti lovo affair are til the bottom of "Sold it? I low very incousldornto of all this .lack Jocelyn has iinstiflcaiion "Sold it to owned up," him!" said Mrs. Elliiighatu. whom?" "Oh, Aldrieh!' sobbed Andromeda. "To tho cemetery peoplo." "And will you, too, turn nguinst me?" "What!" "Not a bit of It," said Aldrieh Cono, y peoplo," entmcinted "Tho oheci hilly "Don't fret, little ono Jack "Tho railroad's Muster Erskine. has just mo that he has been apright through tlio old grave yard, und pointed told ton thousand dollar berth in tho to havo a now plnco. I heard they've got general posiofllce. ami I've written to Cousin Aldrieh tell tho carpenter to mother that things nre bring that load of fence posts right off, your a jolly good fellow, and all right, lie's it Isn't necand I heard l.iin say, too, that it didn't essary for him to play ghost out in tlio matter so much because theio had al- cohl tiny longer." ready been two or thrco intcimonts Andioineda threw herself, weeping with joy, Into tally Cone's anus, and thero." "Intenuentsl" gasped Mrs. Effingham tho two women rejoiced together, Aldiich smiled. "under our very windows? Ooodness "My plan hasn't worked bo badly," gracious mot I never heard of such a said he, Helen Forrest Graves In Phfla-ddnlii- a thlnji?" Saturday Niuht. 'Th i " cti -.i i cem-fc-to-r- r lk - gynrnf -- , ? i2t--4- t . .JtjtfLtv-u',- . ffWTHrV rfVfj Stn-- t . 'imnrK""' fmntffyi. r itfjr i -- t' 'f r- p- - Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal1 H0RR0R3 First Hell OF THE DAMNED. Stanford, Ky., Octoiikh Then a Lake of the Intensest Fire. 11, 1889! Kov. .Ionium A. Hrockctt preached tliu 2 laHt of bin sermons on "Tho Dovll" to u good-nixe- d audience at .St. I'aul's M. K. church, C.unbridxe, last night. Tho text wiih Cor. ;i:i:t: "And tliu Primary Election. liro hIiuII try every iiiiiil'h work o( wliut At n meeting of the democratic coin- - sort il is." Tho tliemu was, "Tho lirst mittce, held at .Str.uford, Oct. 5th, tin" judgment ami hell, the trial by lire and following oillcers were appointed to hold tliu nature of tho last judgment." the primary election in their precincts, The speaker said: "There is much more to be said in treating of. this sub- on tho 10th lust: .Stanford, No. and 'J J. K. I.ynn and jct. I have been called infidel and all II. I.. Hubble, judges; V. A. Tribble, manner of vilu names because daro as. sett tho truth. Hut truth will stand. clerk. Stanford, No. !! (Hubblu) Sam l.nglc- And as long as the docks of time contin uum, John Hrlght, judges; Hen Swopc, ' uu there will be truths new to follow. L pon tho tens of thousands of souls clerk TuriKTHvillt .lames M. Carter, R II. that pass from this life every day I believe that the sentence of life or death is tiiven, jikIkck; J. II. Vnnhook, clerk. HiiHtonvillu L 11. AdaniH, John S. passed by God immediately the soul leaves the body. That the soul passes tioode, judgcH; J. M. Cook, elerk. Highland A. J. Henry, llenderruiii into a statu not eternal in duration, hut awaiu the tiual judgment. You ask if llanejt, judges; Charley Perry, clerk. Henry Caldwell, Jr., the statu in which the soul passes aftei Wnynenburg lUililu Curtis, JihI'h; Frank Howard, physical death is nut eternal'.' if the souls of the righteous do not p.ies to their llual elerk. I filbert Itigney, Tipton rest, ami the souls of the ungodly to their KhiKHVillu llual judgment? Milium, judged, U. F. Parker, elerk. Crab Orchard -- V. I). Waldon, ?. A. answer, 110. Were this fact what need of final Mlddleton, judged; K. W. Joiick, eleik. A. judgment? Whatneedof calling a reWalnut Flat J. M. Colley, Hail, jiidcH; Hugh Searuont, clerk. union of damned spirits at the general The vote nhnll be by ballot and shall judgment day? I believe that the soul commence and closo at the name houm of the righteous man or woman is immeDemocrat and diately transported to tho former and an the regular elections. minor of democratic proclivities, who present heaven, thereto dwell till the will attain their innjority by the next last great day. I believe that tliu souls August election, nlinlllH' allowed to vote, of the ungodly are shot into hell. reand the names of the votern Hhnll be ro ject the use of tho term place as connec The boxen con ted with hell. I believe it (hell) to be a corded in n Ulniuir tin) ballobt hIimII be counted by state of dark despair; made awful witli the ntllctTH and the number for each hopeless fear by the kiiowledgethatfroin cindidate Mirtll be certitled on the thenceforth there can be no hope for and returned on the following Mnti. them; that the state in which the soul day t the chairmim of the county left the body at death shall remain unwho will with one or more of the changed until tliu last day. The murder, committee count and declare the re er shall be left a prey to tliu murderous T. 1).Nkwi..ni, CKn. aulU. thoughts that filled his mind before he D.AV. VASin:vKi:n, See'y. had killed his victim, and tho agony of despair after his arre.-- t and the torture To the Voters of Lincoln .County. of remorse after sentence to death. The am n My Inenils throughout the county know ami endorsement at incestuous, the adulterer and adultcrct-jnJldAtc for the handsel my pan at the approaching I'tinu will be left to tho tire of their passions, ty Klwtioii for ofluc ut Jailer, ar.d I deem it but having left their bodies in the grave ptopet to My to the in that I am prevented from their torment will bo the more exirulirig an aeilvr- personal cantass from lhl time treme. to the Primary l.lcitlon lor several reasons, which Tho drunken howls of the inebriate arc thesei Cirsuit Court it near at hind and the screams of the drunken )aili full of prisoners from thltceunty and othrs, and the to the woman charged with offenses from tin shall roll with murderous dislori; the CcoiMuC Claims will betninhesession nest cord through the gloomy distances of at the post wrrk. Thte things rtulre m of duty. In addition to lhi my hruthtr Sot lint that awful stale. Listen, if you will, to the howls of Charles Dickens' miser in been stricken down lth psral)sis and require Ir'nr lithe attention I can spate al his 'Oliver Twist.' Head chapter o'J, page these reasons urge every friend have to count UW. The picture that you will see U treKlcctien and tu urge every other to the Pilmary am asking for ail mendous in its awful agonv. What must come tritnd and supporter to awful and terrille state of that endorsement, thit which it accorded to oery other man without opposition, who it candidate murderous, crafty and perjured soul faiihlul offi. for a county thc. If I have madu when it was relented bv death from Its ctr show me your appreiUtlon of it by coming giving me our support. No nun can he Unlit' limitations; when it appeared beout and tay at homo. I will fore Hod and from thence turned loose iiominitol if hi fricnil thank you for coming and for our votea to the ravings of the miser's coiibeienee-lashetg Samuxl.M Owahi, spirit, Tho devils that havu rul.Sii.VKit.Spim at Walton's Opera House, ed Ids iiiiiul here bore him company there. I fancy that I can hearthe mockSaturday, Oct. 1'Jlli. 1 . ing laugh of those satanie spirits as they "I mil a roaring polytician from the drag the tormented soul from depth to southwest; audi don't know what posi- depth of a state of shuddering horror. tion suit mu bent. I'm particularly There the devil passions which lurk in needy, but I'm giectly its the rent. If your hearts will light their hellish (Ires you think I'm not pining for a cham e, beneath the black caldron of vice in nee the fringes on my pant. An my coat which unsatiated passions of concupislias lost its Itthtro I conceal it with minu- cence may in blackness foam with boilter, and in this attire I'll muster at the ing heat. dance. 1 have walked until my shoes It is commonly said that every person n:u like a helve and tho places I would has his or her besetting or chief sin. The choose tire not to give. I've a vacuum motive which prompts that sin I call internal, but the people, call me colonel your chief devil, which, without you rewhere I live." Jessamine Journal. pent, shall lead you on to the awful .. . .. it iiiiinii.1011 ff in. :i ' ' ,'"- l"' li'i.n.' J "Mr. McCliutock," shouted his better itH luleiwo UicmMlvvH from the innxvH of half, "I want you to tako your feet oil iiiiiul thoy mil to kimlrtHl hilrita mu! tho imrlor table." MeClintock," ho said, in u llxed, "Mrs. tallowing of your chief sin In thiin-determined voice, "I allow only onu per thf tieriKJit tones will rituli unon vonr tn boil to Utlk to mo in that way." hlinc soul, which in despairing screams "And who is that'."' sho demanded. my dear," ho replied softly, us will cry aloud, "Oh, that I had never "You, been born to die 1" he removed the pedes. Judge. Thoru tho glutton with th grunt of Oi'eiia HorsK .Saturday, Octobor lJth, a hog will roll in tho slough of his greed. America's charming singingand dancing The soul with greed for gold will bo heard with vulture-likscream. There the boubretle, Miss Nellie Free. tdiall bo unjust still. Tho filthy Bucklen's Arnica Salve. shall 1m lllthy still. In this state shall Th teit talve in the world for cult, bruises, tho souls of tho damued be confined un aorei, ulcers, salt rheum, fever orea.tetter.chap. Hut fnr hands, chilblains, corns and all ilia erup. til the last genoral judgment. ped from tho kon of human thought shall tho tlon and positively curea piln, or no payrequir ed. It i guaranteed to rivi- perfect aaliilaction, horrors of hell existto torture those naor money refunded. Trice 35 ccnli per boa. tions that have scorned God as manifest For aaleby A. K. I'enny, Stanford, Ky. in Ilia own dear Son. The Verdict Unanimous. Tho coming of tho Son of God hhnll be 't sudden nnd unexpected by the masses. W. 1. Suit, driiKSli Jl'rpuS '"' can recommend Klcctrlc Ililtera a.i the cry belt No roll of drums, no roar of cannon, or remedy. Kvery bottle aoid h given relict In evringing of bells will announeo His apery case, One man took lx bottle, and wa cnicd or Ubcutnatinn of 10 years Manding." Abraham proach. Hut there shall burst upon tho Hare, dniKKist, llellfvillc, Ohio, aflinn: Hlhehet world 0110 red lightning Hash. Then ellmg medicine I have ever handled In my o shall tho wheels of timo bo loeketl to reKlcctric Hitter." Thousands .1 VI...." ,i,rliiice is volve no more, and begin that glorious ofmliars have adJetl lliclr testimony, so that the Hitter cum ucr.lictis unanimous Out Klcctric or Hlood.do Only era in which so many have so bright and ull dileascaof the Liver, Kidney suron hope. His coming will bo with half dollar a bottle nt A H. IVimy's dm? More. intenso nnd vivid splendor. It will penetrate tho cell of tho captive. That light Is Consumption Incurable ? Itiadiiie following Mr C. II Morris, New will rush through tho chambers of every down wllli Ahsces of urk Ark., .iys: "Vt'zone. It will illuminate the pages of Oicl.twit, nndfriendsand physicians iminounc-r- memory till sins we thought forgotten me me an Incurable consumptive. Hc.ui Uk. Klnn' ?cw Ucoiry fur Consumption, will nriso in grim spectres to haunt our In Dr. Ami tho Iniquities of our am now on my third bottle and able to oversee the spirit vision. 'inC!" medicine ever work on my farm. Il l Decatur, Ohio, sa)s: souls in all their hideous deformities will made." Jesse Middleware rise to staro uh in the face. Then shall "Had It not been for Ut.King' New Discovery nave uicu 01 i.unu the timo for tho adjustment of all earthritlon - would ,.., .1. ,,,. ior uu ... ....; w.i L'ncn ' 'j ...".-- . a... ..w.. ly accounts nt tho great white throno Trouble In tin' lint of hciltu ' a.iuipie ouui ei Irtu a have overtaken the earth that time has A. H.l'cnnv'f drugstore plunged into eternity. Book's Ohorry Cough Syrup. and This is a picture of tho second resurnip Uu trade Is w'lvintf pl:ndids.tifacti lie rection tho general judgment, when tho sales are fomively innrvel". w'tiihcanIt Is thoso that have slept 1,000 years shall accounted fir In iwtthir way -o- pt that withoutdoubtthebe.t on the marel. Ask for como forth. Then it shall bo tho comWclccpit. A. andbeiurc you Ret the genuine, mand rung down through tho trackless I'enny, Drugtist. K.O.WALTON,BU8,MannKor I 1 j ' 1 j 1 - 1 11 1 poll-boo- poll-boo- k com-mittc- e, 1 s . hag-lik- e depths from the skies that tho angel of power shall stand upon laud and sea and bid timo to come to a close. At this command tho waves of tho sen will roar and toss and earth will emaku and tremble na she eends forth tho children of her long embrace to their II mil doom. Earth and water will hold tho boillus of nil, while tho soul of the ungodly will be claimed by death and hell until the final judgment. Then when the bodici como forth from the grave death and hell will will give up IhviHnul." Tho spenker referred to Hev. .'0:i:i and said: "This is the second death, according to revelation; this is tliu end of hell nntl tho beginning of the final punishment of all tho damned, who, with death and hell aro to bu cast into a lake of lire and brimstone. Is the firo to be literal? There is no such thing as literal lire. Fire is spirit. That is why it is eternal in nature. Select tho coal or wood. Hring upon that body tho influence of an outward agent, and tho spirit in that body demonstrates Itself in light and heat. That we call fire, and after tliu spirit, or heat, has escaped it leaves behind its corpse, which wo call ashes. That firo does and can ex- 1st, In 0110 form or another, always. I Hiiy it Is spirit because we cannot handle it. As sure as the first judgment of the world was with water, so shall thu world bo judged with fire eternal. Kvery man's work shall be tried by liro to see what sort it is. I believe that there is a devil, but not personal, because if personal ho could not bo in nil minds at tho samu time, nnd opinions notwithstanding. I believe that tho righteous shall enter thu piesent heaven immediately! after death, nnd that that heaven shall end at tho last day and be succeeded by anew heaven nnd a new earth iKev. i!l 1), in which they shall dwell eternally. I believe that the ungodly shall enter hell immediately after death. I believe that hell is a state that shall end at the last great judgment tlay (J.ev. l'OMII; and that thu terrors of hell cannot be compared with tho horrors that nwnit the damned spirits of the wicked in tin. linnl . ..l..llt......l .1.... viuu una reservedI!.. .1 iM.iiiniiiiii-uihi. n ...! 1... in me lake of liro and torture or brimstone. I beliovo that thu final punishment will be in a lire of whoso intensity man has no possible conception. All that man has, all that ho venerates must pss away. The liro shall try every man's work to seo what sort it is." Hoston Globe. text-book- 2l A. C. SINE. Tr-- E - OUTER MAN. Whitu silk- waistcoats, plain or vaguely patterned, arc jwpular for evening' wear. Tho fashionable fall shades for derby hats are black, brown nnd golden brown. Puff scarfs of black satin rcl loved by largo llgurcg In bright hues will be tho rngc. SINE & MENEFEE, BOUGH AND DRESSED LUMBEH, PATENT WZRE BJCXBTDS 3SASH, DOORS APiTD Scroll Work, Mouldings, Brackets and Cedar and Locust Posts. first-clai- a J.N. MENKFEB 11 i Laths, Shingles, Etc., fashionable business suit for fall Is tho long English sack in both rough nnd A tQ ! i smooth goodn. Chocolate Isn fnvorflocolorln lounging suits, smoking jackets, gloves, hosiery A1TD SLAT FENCE, A C. I s and undergarments. The latest designs In fancy bordered handkerchiefs givo tho possessor something to look at nnd admit e. One of thu new Parisian follies, fresh from the exposition, is silk soekt- dyed in the colors of thu French (lag. Brocaded shawls promise to become nn important ndjunct tothawnrdrobcof the man of fashion. They arc English. Tho full dress vest for the fall will havu n larger ojieniug than those now in use, displaying n larger surface of shirt front. Hlack socks, cither plain or clocked, are in much request among club men both in town nnd at the summer resorts. Indistinctive color eliects are also worn. Many of the bosoms shown by importers nre extrnvagant in embroidered effects. Onu of the new fads Is n satin stripe on n ground of cambric. I'iqup bosoms are more popular than ever. Owing to the Kpularity of the patent leather shoo for street wear n number of society men are discussing the proprict; of dropping it on full dress occasions. A movement to that end is under way. The fad collars, which became suddenly jKipular in tho spring nnd early summer, have fallen into disfavor nnd, with the exception of a few of tho less startling character, arc boldom seen in New-York- We will carry a full stock of everything foiiml in a Lumber Yard. SINE, Ilusiness Manager. If The Great Remedies kl-.K- all blood dlteasct, auch at Scrofula, Ulcen, I'imptcs Ultcrated Throat, White Swelling, Syphilitic dicac In all it stago, Necroalt, Arc. Trice $ per bottle. IIAVIS' IKUX ill ITERS l the inot pleatant to take of all the Iron tonics. It cu.'et DyipepMa It give a kern appetite, enrich the hlood, regulate the liver and imparts new energy to the muiclcj anil nervous system. I'rice $i per bottlp. GAT1.I1'1"S WORM SYRUP Is made of the best worm killers and expellers known to the medical profession and therefore recommend itself. It is pleasant to take, safe and reliable. I'rice 15 Sl'KClFIC cure m. m iSil m per bottle. GATLIFF'S MAGNETIC TILLS for all Liver Complaints, Ax. Acts as cathartic. Trice 35 cents per bos. Manufactured and lor sale to the trade by the Impaired Digestion, Sick Headache, WIULIAMSHURG DRUG CO., Williamsburg, Ky. NEW FURNITURE MAOT.HOTFMAKq FffiWDF i: . hi-h- I 1 I e d 11 - : I 1 I e nn-jii- - m t'fi - d ",""- 11 R. A decidedly English mode and one thnt promises to become opulnr with American swells Is silk underclothing in solid black. Tho garments are fashioned to the shapo of the Itody and are rib knitted. Fashion demands that each wearer of scarf shall have a pin in a it. Gaudy designs are eschewed, however, neat nnd small forms 'being tho Emeralds, rubies nnd proper caiicr. jiearls in delicate gold settings are very popular. Silk sashes will dispute the field with white silk and pimio vests for evening wear this season. For tho ballroom and receptions the sash will doubtless have tho preference, but at weddings, dinners nnd the opera it will bo more in form to Tho Kev. Dr. Talniago announced in wear a vest. his sermon Sunday morning that with thu cordial consent of tho elders and trusMEN OF LETTERS. tees of his church ho would soon start for the Holy Und. Ho said that, Don .Josof Zorilla, the recently crowned his wish to visit the spots made sa- poet laureato of Spain, is 72 yeara old. Everett Halo advises those cred by tho life of Christ, ho was writing the life of thu Savior and believed that about to Infill reading Tolstoi to icad his visit would make his work far moie "My Confession" first. Julian Hawthorne, who nccompanied accurate ami graphic. During his ab Amer-,- , henee hiH pulpit m to bo tilled by bo.neoi the .Serlpps League excursion of , , . lean workingmen to tho Paris exposi- , . , , , ..J. mu iiiwoi. uiiiii.iiiv preiiunera 01 America. tion as historian, says that a second nnd The Hignal service ollleer on Pike's moro careful study of London leads him Peak Haiti to a correspondent the other to tho conclusion that there is more vice mile in that city than tlay: "tfoinetinieu I Htandat the window to tho stpiaro elso in the world. with my telescope. 1 can seo tho houses Mr. litign inrrar .ncuermoii nascon- .7 of Colorado bpriiiKH, 20 miles away, the trituiteil n iocm, entitled "Life Divine." nun mmug in uieir snirt Bieoves Hipping ' to Tho Vestbrook(.Mo.) Chronicle, which iced tlrinks to keep cool, the ladies walk has so excited the admiration of tho edi ing about in white summer robes. I tor of thnt periodical that he predicts it lower the glass. Tliu Bummer scene is will shine beside tho worksof Milton and gone. Green trees, animal life, men and Dante, "not with light reflected, but women fade away like creatures of a with golden sunshine of its own internal dream, and am the only living thing in luster." William niack is 40 yearn old, with a a world of eternal snow and ice silence." slight, graceful llgiire, which is well set At tho election in the four new States olT bv his elecant dress, His eyes aro nnd have a last luesday tho republicans secured' dark ..II. l. ..tf.tl Itll very earnest expression." . li.Pf l.tttrt nliAllt ""-, " .1 "" tl.r.u, ..... ..! .....v w,i....u.o, ..,u aim ,irt owll works. ""."'.'" isat Brighton, His homo nix Lnited States .Senators, while the but he upends much time in London, . iiuiiitHTHiH soi 0110 governor ami two where he keeps a Bumptnous Miite of Sunntora. Thin is liar.lly a fair apartments. vlilv, but it is about all tho llenrv Lnbouclicrc, editor of (.omit)!! had hoj.f.l for ami miuiothinK Truth and M. P. for Southampton, was IIloro than thoy had expected. It Kivea for years a rover in the wilds of the far .. Finally he nettled down and ,1... ......lill........ 1.... .1 uu: uui inreo more limn a west. quorum in 1110 Lower Ilouso of Congress through family interest managed to secure an nttacheship in the British legaand but live majority in tho Senate. tion nt Washington, but at tho end of louisville Times. two years he was dismissed for enlisting for tho Crimean war A writor who has made tho search as- American citizens at tho same time with Crnmptou, the serts that our language contains not less British minister. than 827 diil'erent terms, all of which express tho state of being in love. Add to DOINGS OF ROYALTY. these the "unutterable things" looked by a man laboring under a severe attack, King Knlakaua is writing a book on and it will bo seen that there is a good diplomacy. deal of room in the language, under tho Queen Christian has made nn ascent of circumstances, however crowded thocato 350 yards in n balloon. Two Egyptian princes, bons of the may bo otherwise. khedire, uro being educated ut Vienna. This recipe is said to boa sure remeTho Prince of Wales has the gift of dy for gray hairs, which leaves no had free hand caricature, nnd is nblo to hit otf oH'octa: Powdered Btilphato of iron, one u likeness with n few marks of his pen. drachm; rectilied spirit, one ounce; oil of Tho amount given nwny by tliu em rosemary, ten drops; pure rain water, peror of Austria during his recent visit f pint. Shake until mixture is to Berlin was 124,000 marks, or winch complete. While using this recipe it 15,000 went to the poor of the city. would of course bo necessary to keep The emperor of Russia will be obliged to givo tho Princo of Louchtenl)erg, who tho hair clean. recently married tho Princess of MonteA huge lamp visible as far as the Nar- negro, large fortuno ere ho can live as rows, has been placed on tho top of the his station requires. Tho family is deKqtiitublo building in Now Yoik City. It cidedly poor. is Princo Bismarck is sulTcrlng from Infeet above sea level and 76 feet flammation of tho veins. This is tho outabove tho building's roof. It is expectcome of his refusal to obey his physicians. ed to be of great uso in giving storm or beer to at night. Under the lamp is a small They forbaJo him drink wine or to smoke cigars. With Montaigne's tower, which is an instrument shelter. contempt for tho advice of doctors ho Statistics liriMliiriiil hv lln.riiilrni.1 .wiiii. continues r is usual habits and the result missioners of Iowa show that in tlmt has proved disastrous, Tho much commended example of tho State alone, with 8,000 miles of raiho.id, Princess of Wales In bringing up her :i(i'' brakeinen were killed or injured in daughters in sovero simplicity proved n 1&S8 because of tho tisu of thu common littlo too rigid In tho case of tho present link and pin coupling and tho hand brake Duchess of Fife. SIneo her uinrrlago sho on freight cars. hassurpilsed thoso who considered her un ungainly girl by blossoming into a Miss Nki.i.iu Fituu will singsomoof the grace nnd attractiveness thnt no ono 6U6 most popular songs of tliu day at Wal- pected sho possessed while sho was tinder ton's Opera House, Saturday, Oct. 12th. the stern parental rule. fotrr-in-han- d . I Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be convinced that I sell lower than the lowest. 1D9 la WEAKEN. Dealer In Furniture and Undertakers' Goods! STANFORD, KY. bu-sid- The Largest, Cheapest and Best Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Border, CeilingJDecorations and Window Shades Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is full and complete. We call special attention to our HT3DESTH-CJCTIBLE BTTHXAX 4 CASKET, The best Casket of the kind ever invented. any-whe- re Embalming under the most approved method when desired. J. 0. McClary, Salesmen and Embalmer. 9t miles the shortest, it hours quickest between Cincinnati and New leans. 9lir7VHRHiiBLlaws99HRPI Or- 1 Kntire Trains Hun Through Without Change. THROUGH CAR SERVICE, SK0BBS5?3sSwrraKff wfffjmwM aPWWIWiiimriillJi ji:TjmiaM; WJrVVii.mim.lH'IUuHll.1 j I If-- - " .cj.iinL-.imuve- a ".' South' Hound Train Nn.i, Pullman lloudoir Duff et Sleeping Cars, Cincinnati to New Orleans Chattaumiga to Shreeport. Train No. 5, l'u'lman lloudoir HulTet Sltrpinp; Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati to Jacksonville and Knoxville. Sleepers St. I.ouis ' toNew Orleans via M. O. Condensed Schedule in Effect March 31, 188) ill-th- o . "tr"aTns north?TRAINS SOU III. No. 42. No. 1. No. 4. I tf 6. No. 1. No. s. No. 7. No. 3. STATIONS. Lim. Daily, Daily 'Kan Daily Daily. Daily. Ex. Sun. I Daily. Ex. 1.1m. Daily. I.im. I.iin. Ex. Sun,' Daily. A'rv' 640:1ml 6 41 pm;io 15 a in 3 in p ra Cincinnati 9 17 a in I 4 03 pm b 00 p in 755am L'v e v p in ... 830am ,.Villinmstown..I.'ve 513am! 9 30 pm 9 53m 347P" Georgetown., ,.1 4 10 a in 734am a - p m 10 59 a ml 701pm 10 jo pro v. a m 111 p m .. 348 a m 4 15 pm Lexington.... jopmj 7 35 p m 035 pm 10 35 a in 11 1.. I .... i U U. Arr. I """ I I I 1 BKAD DOWN. - " .1lrrj.."..JIB2n-.-.Ie.l;;:;l.:.....- ( !.. . IJJ3 pm I 1 8 1000 pm j jopm IS P m 300pm 650pm 4$ 59 10 Pi" pmiia 16 pm 12 30a - "3 " 11 11 ijamjUte". Ilurgin.. ri .......... .. .... M...... I 530am in omerci jj i. 4 na it .& o35Pi " 5 a m .. Ar,v..Chatianoofia..L'el 620pm,' 755 am. 4 6am 835am 040pm ninam! 7 00 i m 1,'ve ..Chattanooga.... Ar v 735 am., 11'uta Attalla 447 am.. toium 040pm Ar'v llirminutum I .1 00 pin 3 00 p m .1 i, mi, iiDm l.'vt... t J 11 f .Tuscaloosa- 103 air. 1. ve Meridian tocop m .. II asptnt 445amlAr"v a mill roa mlAr,v.New Orleans .,L've 4 15 am, 3 35 p m. 630 5 iiipi m in I 1141,3111 00 p nil 4 15a m ' ..., Danville Junction City . Arr 355am, 310pm, 550am id ajsanij aa8iml i 1 53 p m . p i i 05 a ui 1 ... . 530am ' 11 10 10 8 jii pm p ra pm I ,a I .., ,...... " !..'..'......... I y I one-hal- 6 00 a m . Ar'v....Shreveport . Orleans to Cincinnati Train No, j, Cullman lloudoir IluRet Meepiiig- Lars, ftc Shreveportto x Chattanooga. ., ... ..1 i. ,..u ll..f. , uffet SleepingarcCar Chattanooga tnto Clnntinatl.and ick- Lineman vv 8 Pi.llmnn lloudoir and T, r oxvi.lto Cinc.nnau. A. and sonwHe .0 Cincinnati, via W tnilV r. r.AULT. (Wneral Manager, Cincinnati D. O. J.DWAHDS, Gen l'i and Tkt. Ar Ohio, I' ' " ". l'u. .l.4i5pml.ve" . 3 1 in a m'l.'vc 10 a m l.'ve m Jackson .....Ar'v ,... Virlr .tutrc ' ' "- Meridian Atv 8.iop North-Houn- ,,.... -- Monroe... iop in 4 00 p 111 1005 a m ft 9 40 pm ., . . foj .. &c SUi-nor- s 1 Ac Ma FIENNY9 ZDTTQ-O-IST 'Jo JEWELER,. Civ-TTi- T sig-nal- b DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &0. Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. ,"V Bvi3P T ;A'jivKb,5 u ! THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Ever brought to this market. Prices lower than the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. paired on ihortjnotice and warranted. jAairW,yLiifc'-i-ifc'jste.i,- vJiJMfts-tJaS- - M"j"-s. -- ,, . ,S feiK, ffr , ,U..,, Uv ' y I! I t m w m- - i hI S innicl Rockwell Reed, a Mrs. Khid, whose lovo and fidelity to Keid, nro editorial writer for tho Cincinnati her husband, Judge Hichnrd died at Southampton, beautiful to contemplate, bus had maden England, Wednesday. Ho had been ill statue of her husband, which Stanfokd, Ky , October 11. 18S0 bears n fine res'einblanco to him, which a long time. A Cincinnati luwyor named Grundy she will plnco over his grave at Mt. Ster was sentenced to IK) days in jail for reling. It will stand on a granite pedestal fusing to answer tjn- stions put to him in W. P. WALTON. cor12 feet high, which is to have at it symbolic of Faith, a case on trial in the United States Court figures ners ATTiik President of the United States can llnnn. nimritv and Praver. whilo nt its at Cincinnati. So far only $70,000,000 of our gold has Ilia old front, in will bo a depiction of not refer with pride to the way home sustains liim politically. Indian-apoli- s Justice blindfolded. It will bo one of gono abroad this year; but with tho Bank had her municipal election Tues- the handsomest monuments ever erect-i- n of England and the Imperial Bank of dis. day, when Sullivan, democrat, was chos Kentucky, and as a work bf art will Germany putting their minimum en hv 1.715 majority over Gen. Cobtirn rank foremost with nny in the country, count rates at 5 per cent., it would seem as if tho whole story is not yet told. fur mayor. Two years ago a repnbliciui S.1V8 tho season, we of ourselves Of tho four new States three have was elected by over 700 majority and no NEWS CONDENSED. declared against prohibition. By the held the olliee for 13 years. democrat has The city clerk and 15 of the 25 council-me-- Dr. W. 11 Hoaeh, of Ilarrodsburg, is narrow margin of some 2,000 votes North Dakota ingrafts it upon her constitution. Harrison's dead. elected aro democrat. con- own ward shows u democratic gain of is Kiffel, tho tower man, talks of build- And the chances are that she will we with., sumo more liquor in the future than hhe IMS, which' must make the little man feel ing one too feet high. at Now York stock of foods we very sore. Private Secretary llalford mile of has in the past. vineyard within a A New Goods . Must Go Down; s A corporation lias been organized was too sick to go home to vote or the re- Fresno, Cal., sold a few days ago at $1,- under tho name of the Grand Avenue might have been otherwise, lie is 000 per aere. sult Hotel Co., to build u huge sanitarium sicker now and the president is not very Win. Embry, for the murder of anwell himself, thank you. The skies are other negro, was sentenced to death at and pleasure resort over Mammoth Cave, from which will be pumped the brightning daily for the democracy, Beattyville. to air, which physicians claim will cure which will sweep the whole country in Fifteen thousand bushels of cranber' n IIIU'O Qirinmt f tin an i.pk ii.iuipv n. tin in ISM, as it did Indianapolis Tuesday. ries will be picked from one Xew Jersey pulmonary diseases, when it can be breathed in sunlight. year. The best evidence thuta man is a good plantation this colored James Mitchell, a Xew York City is to have u Chinese democrat and faithful to its principles is man living in Mercer, was shot and killwith none but Chinese that he is hated and maligned by repub- banking house, or depositors. ed by a white man named Henry us "' f for stockholders week time lican newspapers and men, while their nnf. The quarrel originated in president has appointed The praise is a sure indication that they at complaints of the trespass of No O' Leech, of the District of ColumNew Goods least think his democracy is not above Mitchell's stock. McCrvstal lied and has ; bia, to be Director of the Mint. be reproach. For instance, what other alyet been arrested. The reports not Wfi.1LMff in. The Bates House, at Indianapolis, leged democrat would receive such a nomake the killing a willful murder. cases of was badly damaged by fire Tuesday. Goocls7cKt I tice as this from the vindictive and maTho parade of the Knights U'lnplars The loss is estimated at $$0,000. . lignant Mtirnt Halstead in his bloody buy considerable violence at Washington Tuesday was ono of the of A sheet, the Cincinnati Commercial: "Wo nJBw1 storm Northern lakes. Sever most gorgeous pageants ever witnessed Talk about Bargains, we will Give you such Values ., . w over Uik as will are glad to hear that the Hon. S. J. Ran0 nisnnicni. we are too busy to name prices. Not alone do , al vessels were sunk and lives were lost. in this country. It is estimated that such fmmnn. dall is able to make a trip to Washinggum;, uui, we niso give you uniformed knights marched in the a Ticket with every Dollar's worth of Good, fLffa one of John McClure, the last but u -- " Organ WlllCll we give awav ton. Mr. Iiandnll is a man whose life Hnririfr filiriarttmtj wtor n.1.- fhn T nTTTQTTTT t n .. . WVM WJ.AMJC OXUftli. the old John Brown jury, died at his procession and that 50,000 spectators! ..& lias been so and whose pub-liCharlestown, W. Va., Tuos- - thronged the streets. The president reMain stM services are so conspicuous for hones- home near viewed tho procession from a stand M. SAI.IXGI3K, ' ' ty and courage, that his countrymen involving $18,000,000 growing erected in front of the White House. A suit who believe above all in good works, can out of a railroad contract with the ChilCharles Orri, at Buffalo, N. Y, tinner at to It J for butchers and .'U15 to afford te forgot occasionally the aliena ian Government has been tiled at Louis- - wrote a note saying: "I am tired of liv j 4.- -'' for shipper; hogs are also tinner at tions of partisan differences. ville. ing and that is enough. Mother could II to A.'.W: sheen are in good demand at Two compresses, 5 cotton warehous- not iet along without me, so I ended her --'1 to 5 and lambs do. at I to 11.15. The Indianapolis Superior Court has es and 4,500 bales of cotton wero burned sullering also." At a sale of Poland China 'hogi at After murdering his decided that it is not illegal for a candiFALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 2, 1889. at Savannah, Gn. The loss is estimated mother ho walked to a mirror hanging llushville, I ml., JH) head sold for $5,702,-10- , to contribute money to date or any one M. Hl'HBARD, A. M., at $100,000. an averege of SiU.'.W. One sow hold on the wall and cut his throat from ear pay for printing tickets, for polling wards Three persons were killed and a to ear with the razor. Ho then walked' at $275, one at $215 and one at $210. A and other clerical work of a similar na"fourth fatally injured by tho explosion m $1525, another at $270, one at TKa'ar1 -rt InMrwctien ture, but it is held illegal, under the con of a steam threshing engine near St. across the room and sat in a chair and boar sold for $200, one at $1(50 anil one at $100. smoked a cigarette while his life blood struction of the statute to hire wagons Themas, Dak. The actual receipts at Cincinnati in was oozing out and drivers, challengers, persons to swear Charles B. Bishop, made famous in Tho magnificent stone house of Mr. the past year aggregated of hogs tt'K.SVj in voters, to hold poll books or tickets, the character of Widow Bedott, died or to direct or manage wagons or drivers. while dressing for his act in n New York Clem Studelmker, at South Bend, Ind., head, compared with 7I2,!' head in which cost about $300,000, was almost en. . 1SS7 8S; of cattle, HV1.55S lit ad, in It is held that to hire.vehicles without a theatre this week. destroyed by fire. The residence parison with 200,573 head and of sheep driver is not illegal, as the statute does n if MHO 111). -- An ojsier A..4 tn fr ir ut ... wag Qno of Uo ,n costliest in the 54,8!KS head, compared with (508,1)70 to the polls, not prohibit aiding voters . cidcdtoputupthepr.coo the luscious u of fiod head. but if the consideration for the vehicle bivalves, claiming tnai uieir soimiy of Stu&t, Mr. S. G. Boyle pays a handsome stone, with tile roof and copper facings, included tho driver's pay, then the per- makes it necessary. and the interior was furnished in the tribute to his late associate, W. J. Lylo, son paying him would be amenable to Win. P. Driscoll shot and instantly costliest of native and foreign woods, in the Stock Farm ami annonnres that uv picu.sea ro of the punishment prescribed by law. killed his wife at Wolcottville, Intl., and while it was furnished in the richest Judge Irving Halscy, of ML Sterling, a. shot himself. Sho had left stvle throughout. the horse world as better known to It gives the democracy fresh cour- then fatally "Iconoclast." over which signature ho age to hear its leaders express them- him and refused to return. Prof. George Rice, a Michigan aeroFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. has been a regular contributor to its colQ. Mills, Gov. McCreary, selves as Roger descent umns for nearly a year, has accepted a and others with reference to the ap- naut, in making a parachute James Underwood sold to Robinson, from a balloon, at Mt. Vernon, Ind., fell position on the editorial staff. proaching Congress. Mills declares that of Garrard, 1(5 heifers at $13. 1). B. Hampton Mild to W. B. Kiild into tho Ohio river and was drowned. the democratic minority is fully conJoe Coffey bought of Josh Dunn a 1)7 Sam Fcanlan, the Ixiuisvillo man cattle; weight about 1,050 lbs. at 4c, goods. of its power and will use it. Says scious to do tried to pair of aged mare mules for $300. bought of A. C. Barrow W. B. Kid he: "We do not propose that the re- who murdered his wife and then Foit Salk. Second hand wheat best workman-lik- e kill himself, has eftur along confinement weight 1,(550 pounds, at 4 cts., 142 cattle, publican majority shall pass a single crazy by a jury. drill, cheap. J. S. Bledsoe, Stanford. to be delivered the last half of October. measure without our consent. The in jail, been pronounced A. T. Kunnelley bought of J. N. He iileo bought in the county 350 head, Allen O. Myers, charged with conrules of the House, you may restassur d, steers at Judge Pugh, Menefee 10 head of to be corn fed ami delivered during the will not be changed in any essential fea- tempt of court, in attacking trial at Columbus, 2i cts. laxt half of November, at 4J rent anil to ture. Wo know our minority is strong during the J. II. Fugleman's Jeremiah won 3d weigh 1,700 pounds. was fined $250 and sent to jail for 15 enough to make us the virtual rulers." money in the 2:20 class at St. Louis Satdays. Tho Hopkinsville Now F.ra says ma urday. reAssistant Secretary Bussey has ny growers staid nway fro.n church to viGk.v. CiiALMKiisand Judge F razee, reKxtralotof 1(5 yearling mules for sale olate tho commandment against breakpublican candidates for governor and at- scinded tho order issued by Pension all mares but two. O. J. Crow, Commissioner Tanner practically estabing the Sabbath and worked with might torney general in Mississippi, have with4t and main to get tho ox out of the ditch. race for tho pretended lishing the minimum rate of all pensions drawn from the Tho Clark County Fair Company A great deal of tobacco was cut Sunday reason tliat they teareil tneir canvass at $4. The machine, blacksmith and car made a net profit of $2,500 on its first ex- and the front did not find more than 5 would result in the slaughter of the neBros, were burned at hibition. per cent, ot the crop exposed. groes. This is purely poppy cock. They shops of the Oliver Is Receiving His Roy Hamilton, of Illinois, bought of Loss $250,000; insured. Four A good crowd attended tho sale of knew that they would lead a forlorn Pittsburg. hundred men are temporarily thrown Robert Huun, of tho West End, 2 com- the effects of the late It. W. Givens yescause with no earthly show of election . bined mares at $225 and terday. Farming implements wero the and that alone is their reason for with- out of employment. heretofore had 325 W. F. Abraham bought in Rockcas- first thing sold and good prices were The House has drawing. Chalmers especially, has no there will bo tle county 20 head of 2 and realized; 7 yearling steers sold at $25; 5 Qoods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, compunctions either for creating or order- members. Next December Givo him a Trial :W0, 10!) republicans and 101 democrats. cattle at 2 to 21 cents and 3 mule colts at '2.v..nr.old heifers $17: (5 milk cows $20 ing a massacre. membership will also be in- $(50. The Senate's cows $.'50 to Ml; 38 to $35; short-horAnother State has spoken in no uncer creased from 7(5 to 84. The heavy frosts of the first of the JipiiiI of vcitrliiiL- - mules $78.25; work tain way against prohibition. Connecti The Louisville and DeMolay Com- - week cot all the standiuu tobacco in the mules $125 to $1(30; brood mares $130 to gives .'W.OOO against it, only 10 town? mandaries of Knights Templar and the Purchase, which fortunately was a very cut $17(5; buggy maro$105; saddle horses $170 in tho entire State showing a majority in "Little Commandary" seem to have cap- small amount. to $105; !5 choice shoats $3.40 per head; favor of what has proven a failure near- tivated Washington. Their drills aro A House in which you can find Jockey O'Hurr.i, whose riding this 20 hogs $3.80; 2 thoroughbred ly everywhere it has been tried. The greatly complimented. year lias been suspicious in many races, fillies $180 and U0. Tho farm of l.'ld craze seems to have run its course and was ruled off the turf Tuesday at Lato-ni- a Tho United States consumes acres, known as tho McRoberts it Shelby the people now propose to deal.with the for pulling Irish Dan in tho third farm sold at fJO and the 81 acres of the of sugar a year, and the tons evil in tho only practical way, high liproduct amounts to about 1,500 race. old Helm place brought $15.50. cense or local option. M. F. F.lkin bought of Luther Un000 tons, mostly extracted from the troj.J A steam thresher set firn to stacks derwood a lot of fat heifers at 2 and of of ical cane down in Louisiana. wheat from 50 acres belonging to Col. The prohibitionists must have been in Mr. Mary O'Brien stopped at a hotel several other parties a few at same price. D. W. Ti ibble and they were entirely con. the lead in the Wyoming constitutional in Chicago and when she retired blow Ho also bought of Christ Ador some sumed. There wero at least 1,250 bushconvention, at least two of the planks of discovered and dur- shoats at 4 cts. Any of the above goods exchanged for Country out the gas. It wus els worth $!00. On the market Monday their Indianapolis platform was adopted, Produce Isaac Herrin, of Rockcastle, reports ing the effort to save her life $3,000 in wero about 300 cattle; 200 changed there ono granting woman suffrage and tho the following sales: Bought 10 head of hands at prices ranging from 1J to 2J We do a strictly Cash Business and our bills, sowed in her corset, disappeared. prices are other making an educational test of tho John Brown fat cattle at 3 cents, pair of work mules Just 30 years ago Come and see what wo can save you. the LOWEST cents; a few yoke of oxen sold at $50 to right to ballot, every voter being requirAmerican sec- for $250 and sold to W. M. Cress a lot of fired the first gun of tho $00; cows with calves irom $15 to $30; ed to have sufficient knowledge to read tional strife, a shot heard around tho ewes and lambs at $3. cattle sold at ono buiifh of and comprehend the constitution. W. B. Woodcock has bought and Its echops yet resound and world. Fifty mule colts wero S2.51 tier 100. Next door to Portraan House. of hogs to Cincinnati shipped 4 Stanford, Ky. Juikiu Davy decides in tho case of Brown's soul, continues to march on. sold. Tom Curtis bought 15 at prices (luring tho last few days. They wero ranging from $50 to $85; 20 broke mules Kcmmler that execution by electricity is Times, 8th. Georgia has taken the initial step bought in Boyle and Lincoln counties sold from $80 to $150. The crowd was constitutional and remands the- prisoner be complied among tho States to bring down Pull- and brought 3j cts. Advocate. to jail for tho sentence to largo and there wero more aged mules passed The tobacco warehouse of W. R.' and mule colts than ever on this market with. The case will ho taken to tho Su- man's princely dividends. It has lower Goff& Son, together witli 100,000 pounds premo Court, wuib Murderer Kemmler a bill lowering his charges to $1 a before. Richmond Climax. berth per each 100 miles, or 75 cents for' of Hurley tobacco, was burned at Shelby New new laughs in his sleeve at tho ease with Several adjoining j ville Tuesday night. The Knights Templar reception at which it is possible to effect the law's v an upper berth. JVew While grading in Lincoln Park, Red buildings wero also destroyed. Loss$22,- - the White House was one of the greatnew aud thwait justice. held. Tho next meeting will N. J., a laborer's shovel suddenly 500; insurance 17,000. Hank, est ever , JVew Calicoes, Thomas K. Shuff bought for F. G. likelv bo at Louisville. Foutv people have so far committed throw up $30,000 worth of Tho will of Mrs. liOiusa Kenning-hathis year. If a man believed to have been buried by a noted Veach, of Cynthiana, an extra good lot suicide in Cincinnati new which was probated at Paris Mon- New cannot get away from that convict, who lived near that point,"but of maro mule colts at from $70 to $100. Joseph Finley bought tho 0 premium day, gives $5,000 of her estate of $200,000 place any other way, tho example of tho who was drowned Beveral years ago. New 40 gentlemen is worthy of emulation. Tho colored voters of Illinois, who mule colts, the get of McCabe's jack, at to the Midway Orphans' School; $5,000 new to the Lexington Bible College; Homo State, $80. Geprgetown Times. hold tho balance of power in that A Hardin county man took a drink of held a convention at Springfield tho othMissions, Christian Church, Augusta, Ga., A telegram from New York announsee water tho other dny and fell dead, and er day, and resolved that they had not ces that Sam Bryant will retire indefi- - $5,000; Homo Missions, Christian church Call Conyet there aro people in this community been treated fairly by theadministration nitelv from the turf, and has advertised Parif, $1,000; Christian cliurcli, J'aris,$i. Shoe; is tho only proper Orphans' who claim that water in the distribution of offices, and they for side at tho auction of the Preakneis 000; Christian Widows' and drink. to vinit many and diro disas. stable, on tho 17th inst., tho speedy 3 Home, Louisvillo, $1,000; Women's SociShoes. threatened Church, Paris, $1,000. ety of Christian colt, Madison holds her primary to nomi- tors on tho republican party in the shape year-olThere is no change in tho Cincinnati In addition several liberal bequests aro nate democratic candidates for county of adverse majorities tho next time they cattle quotations. Tho market is a little made to old colored servants. get n chance to vote. 6Uicea well-know- n I Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal life-siz- - life-slz- o Cutting At this stage A DESPERATE - bas-relie- THE LOUISVILLE STORE the - - Courier-Journa- l. n FEARFULLY OVERSTOCKED And most inconvenient of all the limited space our store is actuxilly therefore find snall for the large must pat up Requires More than Talk to Move 'Em Mr. Urbansky has Issued positive instructions enrh ,,.,,.,., .:.... "'"'i' j; tni ii, uni msn and your ' J 'and monen will old stock or odds and ends, but a grand at lower prices, mark the term, Lower assortment o.LT Fall can nt'J.V. sold at am oeher Housa new goods in p'ru dreds of &? Laps, Carpets, drunks, Don't ' until you visit oirsorc. and'a it ha die; as well-to-d- o 1M-wa- rd this J.l' l-- W'V" 20,-00- non high-tone- d e mvuu" 7;'i -' Stanford. Manager. 1 Stanford Female College . . President. J. iM.iT.te,':rrita"' - n. ..,....... (1 com-tirel- y I ,! I I Full Stock of Drugs! and jewelry repairs in the style. flavin purchased the interest Mr. IJ business at the old stand, where will .win, supply tie wants all former and new patrons from 1 I have a good Jeweler, ready very respectfully, watch 1,100-poun- d W. B. MoEOBEETS. tally-she- et H.6.RUPLBY,-- - lawMisfo. $25-b- FALL AND WINTER GOODS. n Just What is Needed ! 200-pou- ic Dry Goods and Notions, Boots, Shoes, Groceries, Queensware, Glassware, &c. to-da- y 000-poun- d JONES BROS., car-load- s - NEW DRESS GOODST Flannels, Canton Flannels Ginghams, Penangs, Hosiery, Underwear and de-la- . bank-notes- m, God-forsake- n Buttons, new Trimmings, jlr Blankets. and gress our gents' Wankenphast Petiole also full line ladies' and Children's d Come-tb-Ta- ! SEVERANCE & SON. HL j .ts. iff ';; it'iiA. iU- - "T"i wawpMM4M0 hk Fou Hai.b. 00 of the 80 shares of stock como up to specifications and they were lu the Stanford Town Hall. Apply nt ordered to lie innde properly before they nro received. tills olllce. Nkw lot of juwclry ami watched jtint The claims this time are unusually Ovvslky c Ckaio are sole agents for Stanfohd. Kv., 9ctoi,e 11 1889 received. W. H. MrltoburtB. largo and the nggregitu will reach some the celebrated firm of A. K. Ilurkhardt, Si:,000to $1 1,000. The excess is said to OXTE Any onk wiriliing n wheat drill will do dealers in plushes, seal skins, &;. bo due partly to th.i fact that a. number M. limn'. well to boo tne. I. !l.o.WALTON,DU8, Cam. at Higgins it McKinney's and of claims were not filed in time last year It was 127 ywireTuewlay riinco tbo bat- see their line of beating stoves, grates, and the great increase in tho road claims. tle of lVrryvill" wiw fnuitht, which Is MEANS BUSINESS. Ac, beforo making A special levy of (1 cents on tbe $100 is anotber reminder of tbe rapid flo;ht of your purchases. Hindu for those, but as that only realizes Com i: and nettlo your nrcoiuit. A. It. ME I ME I time. about $.'1,000 n strong deficiency has to be runny. jewelry, watches and sil metoutol the other levy. The amount of NKwlotof Watciikh nnd Jewolry repaired and Km ma Owm.ky, a ni'jrro jdrl put on ber verware just received. All silverware claims are now about double what they warranted. A. It. I'enny. I I I WVdtifhduy evenimr and mis-e- d sold will bo engraved at reasonable rates. Youu account Ih ready, jiK'uhc mil and wnr paint were 10 years ago nnd wo haven't dou Cain generally on Depot street. At W. H. McUoberts. POttle. McltoheitH & Ktaj.v ble tho service to show for it by a good "Why, who's coming?" "Why, the idea! America's Tiik bent .;.io to liny drujtH, patent ber trial n1ii wiim ulven five days in Jail. in ilenl. Ir you don't see what you want mediclneH and toilet atticleHlH at A. It. Mr. R. C. M'arreu, attorney for John Charming, Singing, Dancing Soubrette, T. J. Kohtkii Iiuh liouubt of J. M. this issue you are pretty hard to please, 1'oiiiiv'h. i(e. against whom Mr. Feland iJOY your wluKil liooke, ink, tablets, Hail tbe lot adjoining II. C. Itupley'n but call for it anyway and wo shall give M. M'hite, obtained damages for opening a road paper, Jiuiu'Uh and ncIiooI HtipplicH of nil for $300 and lias contracted with Kuney it to ytii in our next double up. kIikIh from A. It. lVnnv. they claim the county court had (irdi-i'fd- , A: Allen to build a bouse tdinilar to Mr. '200 Clock. Mr. W. 11. McUoberts has exploded a bomb shell in court yester1. Iluploy'H to be completed by January PEnC:NAL POINTS. Just put in Ids jewelry department a $200 day by asking a reinumeratioii from the It is not oiten so noted an aetrem regulator, which is a handsome and ex- county at least of their actual expenses Minh Aknik Mi Kix.nky Ih vUitiiiK rein-tivcomes to Stanford as Miss Nellie Free. cellently executed piece of workman- in tlie suit, which they claim are $1,150. in tho West Km!. is said to be splendid in acting, sing- ship. Tho question was taken under advise.Mihmkm Doha and FANMuSritAVii have She ing and dancing and U well supported. ment to be decided during the session. returned from Ixniirivillc. SigLovki.y weather prevails and the The little Sunbeam ! in Scott Marble's Beautiful Comedy, Mm. Lou Niix.nkh and tbe MiiisoH Secure your ticket at once. Admission nal service says it will continuo till toCHURCH AFFAIRS. as usual, 75, 50 and 25 ets. Simula went to LouirtvilloTiHuday. night at least. These may be the melanMum. Joski-i- i Kiximin, of Ml. .Sterling, Rev. R. R. Noel, of Lancaster, passMr. M. F. K- choly days, tho saddest of tho year to UcBiNnsi CiianhK"1. him been thy ruchI of ber relative, Mr. lkin lias bought of Mr. John ltamcy, his some people, but they are usually the ed up M'ednesday to Brodhead, to hold J. C. HayH.. stock of goods at cost and his unexpired most pleasant from a weatherstanupoint. a protracted meeting. Mil. a nii Man. V. M. O'Huyan have rented term of the Commercial Hotel We give our readers a little tnsto of of 'Hell" on the sixth page, as seen by a s Kon'o toboiiHekeejiliiK in Mr. I.. A. Far- - Mr. Klkin will move his beef shop to the Supported by Her Own Powerful Company. Tiikiie is an average of 25 iW luiui-r- . per Massachusetts preacher. store-roomid sell good groceries cheap, goods shipped to Midillesborougb Introducing Songi, Panc? l'atlioi, Wit. Purine the evening MISS NKI-I.IFit KE will sing tome of the most popular tongt of the day. Da. - F. ihri'MAN went to Lexing- as well ns furnish the tenderest beefsteak day via the 1 fc N. and Mr. Sala, master Rev. Preston Blake lias held a Price 5, 50 nnd 7jt. Krscrved Seat on ale at W. II. McRobcrts'. ton TiieHdny, to arraiiKe for a permanent al tbe lowest living figure. of trains, tells us that two companies meeting witli Rev. l'ike Powers in Clark, location there. L.N have contracted for the transportation of which resulted in .'SI additions. Miss Nki.uk Fiikk, en route from Cin- IKK) Mux. MM M'ii.uamc, of Hiiwtonvllle, FT The Synod of the Northern Presbyeach in tho next week or whero she two. bus been the picnt of her daughter, Mirth cinnati to Midillesborougb, terian CI in i ch is in session at Danville, opens the new Opera House next week Dollle, nl the College. with a good attendance. Dr. W. S. Ful Tin: card of Jailer Sam Owens, which ton, of Lexington, was elected moderaon a guarantee of $1,000, will give StanMim LtiY Hicai.ky is vinitiii): Iter Wf! for CUitofjue ami full thformntlon.XmSjXj I LslaCf Iv Y wastoappearsever.il times, was inadver tor. MIsm'h Liccle and Mamie HcH.lcy, ford tho benefit of one of the best enterA count of noses was made by the tently permitted to go on an inside tainments it has ever hud and nttcudliiK the meetiiiK. He has since suirered tho loss of reporters of those who attended church Mil. Kn IIitk, of I'urin, mi exerieueed night, 12th, in Scott Marble's beautiful page. elecin New York Sunday, and tho result Miss Nellie has a his brother. Sue, which will make MlcHiiian, luih bieu employed by Mr. M. comedy, Silver Spur of tioneering distasteful to him and more showed 101,(12(1, about big reputation as an actress and sings Salinger, at the bniiiville Store. than ever ought to cause ids real friem's whom were women. This is about the like a top. J. C.Tiiomion ami J. B. Storma, of and dances proportion that the women will oiitnun;-be- r to rally to bis support. went up to Middlexboro Tue-day- , Anotiikk (.'Hanoi:. Finding that two the men in the to remain till after tbe Hale. A I'AisiTi. accident happened to Walfurniture am! undertaking establishTbe meeting at tho Christian church Dim. J. C. Lknicii and J. D. I'etttiH ments could not do more fiere than make ker It. McKinney yesterday. He was is progressing very favorably. The were here ycMcrday. Dr. L., we regret a living, Mr. II. K. M'earen has sold his rolling u barrel of lime in his store, when uiimhcrship is being warmed up by , In- week. to nay will leave for Ohio next establishment to Mack Hull'man at cos) it burst and tlew in his iiom-- mouth and R'V. A. P. Cobb's earnest and powerful Hon. .1. A. Cuvrr, of Iximlou, wan n and carriage, the stock and hearses in eves. He was perfectly blinded for pleas for a more faithful service of the heje Tuesday en route to tbo inanima- voicing about 1,000. It is likely that w Idle, in wliicb condition lie was taken Master and sinners are being aroused to tion of a prenident of Centre College. Mr. M'earen will go to Middlesboroiigb, to Dr. Carpenter's ollice. His eyes were their lost and ruined condition. Three J. V. Au okn, iliew of 'AS, . M. but we hope he will liud it profitable to as thoroughly cleansed as possible, but fled from the wrath to come '"Sand M. A. Tribble, '81 at- remain with us. Mr. Huirman will run tbe doctor is fearful that the sight of one hive already ami the meeting bids fair to bring many tended tbe presidential iuauKurntioii nt both stores for the present, witli Mr. J. will be impaired. to Christ. The ordinance of baptism m Centre College. C. McClary in charge of his purchase. I Williams was administered Tuesday night and House Gone. Khler M. -Mim Hbttii: Hi.mn writes that her last night. A fkw days ago Mr. A. A. M'arreu, re- c.ime down to the burial of Mr. Owens brother, the doctor, is Improving and At tho invitation of Rev. John Bell M'ednesday ami drove IiIb large bay that Ids physicians think with jrood care porter for the Knights of Honor, receivGibson, who has by his repeated courteed the "death list" for the week just end- horse. That night Misses Jessie and he will :et well. sies to Rev. George O. Barnes endeared Miis. J.T. Srno.v ha returned from ed and was surprised to find his name Holle Cook, who came with him, took the horse to Mr. G. H. Cooiier's nnd next himself greatly to that gentleman's St. Catherine's school, where slio went included. Knowing that ho was not friends, the good evangelist preached to to see her daughter, Miss Klin, who is dead by a long shot, he wrote a letter of morning ho was gone either stolen or old, slightly a large crowd at the Christian church at yeiuv very ill with fever. inquiry and found that the gentleman of strayed, lie is and has saddle marks. His II o'clock yesterday. The people began Mu. Coonky Howkks, acent for the his own name lived in the Hoosicr State to assemble immediately nfter dinner Nellie Free Co., was hero a couple of of Indiana. The same day that Mr. return or any information leading to it nnd kept it up till after the services comdays "billlne, tbe town like a circus." He M'arreu received the above he read in a will bo thankfully received. r menced. The songs of the trio were as Im has splendid pacr am! no inNtakc. diily that A. A. M'arreu had been killed Aiiout a year ago Marshal Robert sweet ns of yore and carried many a Ma. John 1!kwk nnd daughter, Mbs in a wreck, ami that gentleman is now a Hughes, of Somerset, was taking Richard mind back to the 100 days' meeting held Mattie, have moved back to their farm bit uneasy lest he lie the tUird A. A. Bengo to Louisville to appear beforo the hero years ago. The text was from Revon the Hiistonvllle pike, nfter spending M'arreu to go tbe way of all flesh. United States Court on a charge of sell- elations and the sermon was delivered a year in town nnd making many friends. Tiik inauguration of Dr. V. C. Young ing whisky illegally. On tbe way he with that clearness of enunciation and Mils. S. C. W'ooi.kiihik and daughter as president of Centre College was at- jumped out of the car window witli his unflagging zeal that has always characMary, of Denver, who are on a visit to tended by a good ileal of ceremony and bnudculls on and escaped. Since that terized the speaker. The story that Mr. her father, T. M. Keed, at making. About 150 of the time policemen, deputy U. S. Marshals Barnes is breaking down physically is passed through to Harrndsburg M'edncs-da- much speech graduates of the institution were present, and detectives have hunted him without purely fiction. He does not look or act to visit relatives. eagle-ey- ed detective, a day older and there is no diminution my of whom had attained high posi- avail, until that Mkh. MAiKiAHKTbTKi'iiENsoN, Ml yearn in John Newland, was put on his trail. of the heavenly fire within him. He as governor, senator, of age, who left here :W years ago, and tions in life, such to lecture congressman, &.c. It was announced Hearing that Benge had been seen about goes to Hus'onville Mr. andIrs. K. M. Hay don, of Harrods in the 70 years of the existence of Bee Lick, in this county, Mr. Newland and from thence to Danville, leaving for burg, are visiting at Mr. David Stephen tuat the college there had been .'1,000 matricu-- 1 took up his abode there until he acconi Sanibel about November 1. son's and relatives in Crab Orchard. plished his end. Only a few days elapsed, in.JuixikV. lkiHKiNd, of Loudon, was ites and 1,000 graduates. After the e however, till be saw bis man in a cornNKW ADVEUTIHKMKXTS. was serv-augural ceremonies a banquet hereon busineas M'lilnesday. His looking gun in his I, at which were present !KX) alumni field witli a dangerous visit to Washington has added to hand, but bis better judgment prompted 1 adC A T T? I Fifty c Acre of No. i his confidence that he will be the mxt a id invited guests. The welcome O A Jj U. Land for ale. Call on cr him to wait till the man and gun were 1?f dress wits delivered by Hon. John M. " atliuett A. N. ienny,Mi'.iU)- - my, y. He'd pension agent for Kentucky. Yerkes and Governor Huckner, Gov. separated. Keeping his eye on him and a good one. make Young Drown and oth- following in bis footsteps, a log hut was A Messks. M. I). Haiiiun, of Monticello, Crittenden, John joy ers responded to toasts. Kichborn's or- reached and there to Mr. Newland's Timothy Hardin, of Morelaud, nnd We to Die the the gun was set aside. Stepping up to every will piotccute on our full extent ofcun law anu person lounu lana wim ardin, of Crab Orchard, brothers, chestra furnished the music for the occa- Benge J O. LYNN Ids pistol at the dog ur net. and presenting Mm. ALICK TUCKHR, (S inet hero Monday afternoon for the llrst sion. same time, the haudculis were put on time tliey had all been together for f.O Miss Nki.i.iu Fiikk, America's charm- him and in a few hours Mr. Newland years. It was a joyful meeting. ing singing and dancing soubrette, will rode into town with his treasure where Ukv. (iKonm: 0. Haiinkn and Misses appear at tho Opera House, Stanford, on store have delivered him up to Mr. Hughes, in Ithe mocd my meat north ncrostof the street tide Marie and Oeurgie, all looking well, at- - Oct. 12th in Scott Marble's beautiful com- who for tho second time started with where Commercial Motel, With incrcated Main St., I have filled up facilities, rived yestenlay and were tho guests of edy, "Silver Spur," supported by her him to Louisville. "Hrother" is a good I am now better prepared than etcr to furnish the puclic with nil kinds ol Iresn meats. Mrs. M (L M'elch till night, when they own powerful company. Miss Nellie one. M. F KLKIN. 69 ... 1 went to their old Pink Cottage home and Free is no stranger in Kentucky, having The Court of Claims is still in session spent the night with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. appeared for tho past three years to and will probably not get through before "Wrny. standing room. She comes hero direct night. Dr. J. D. I'ettus was A Administrator ef.Mrs. I. A. Owsley deed., I J. P. BURTON, Clerk. Mu. and Mus. J. R. Lawless, Mrs. M. from tho Western States, whero her biif. will en physician without poor-housL. Scott and her three promising boys iness has been one continual round of 18, 1889. moved from rVub Orchard to Lexington successes. At (Juincy, III., several weeks opposition and Dr. G. YV. llronough jail .tliis week. Tho address is 2o7 North ago she received not less than seven physician over Dr. J. G. Carpenter. It Sell to the highest bidder, at her late residence on the Uanvllle una Lancaster pike, Upper street. Their change in location beautiful floral gifts from her many lady was ordered that the amount paid by the near l)u Kivcr, infringement on n Jock pat is made for the better, facilities Lexing-oiler- a admirers in the audience. One lady in county for Two lare work Mules, 4 pood Ilrood Mare in collected from tbe estate of the foal, one 1 year. old Filly by Messenger llreeie, for educating the boys. her excitement throw her glovo as well. ent be a lkt dam by AbdalUh Messenger, id dam by Woodcock was up from During tho evening Miss Free will sing late Henry Haughuian, who built tbo Mu. N. II. Denmark, 3d dam by Cor bo; one a.yca'r-ol- d locks. Tho amount Filly by Messenger Hrecre, 1st dam dy Pilot Danville yesterday and reportH his new some of tbu most popular songs of the jail and bought tho Denmark, id dam liv Cor bo: one carlinu l'illv costs. by Varoo, 1st damby Pilot Denmark, ad dam by son, Green Barnes, in fine shape. IIo day. Salo of seats will commenco nt 7 is 750 including tho interest and Corbo; one yearling Filly by Socrmcs 1st dam A number of peoplo wero ordered sent also tells us that Mr. G. M WcIhIi, .r., o'clock. Prices remain the Bame. ny Mormon, au uam oy romgn; one ycarnn .Squires Kliis, Goocli Horse Colt by Socrates, I t dam by Abdalla to tho poor-houspneumonia, is doing as who has the Mesj.iiL'er. id dam bv Pilot Denmark : appointed to settle tbe 1,500 pounds of Hemp, 3o barrels ol Corn, i.l A Kiitr. at Pineville, which destroyed and Lynn were well as a man of his age could bo expectFarming Utensils. tack of e and jail and damaged question of tbo location of a toll gate on I will also atHay, and thetime Rent the Bald the same ed with that disease and that Col. Cow- tho court-housto Ftrm good state of cultivation, with bidder, an is not in as dangerous a condition us the Messenger ollico raged Tuesday the McKinney and Coffey's Mill pike. All in a Of 219)4 AcrOB the nichest a splen night. Ten prisoners were confined in The repoit of tho grand jrry on the did brick residence thereon. newspapers have reported. tho Terms for IVrsonalty: All sum under $tti, cash; the jail and narrowly escaped perishing dangerous condition of tho court-hous- e time oer that sum Co uays in witmiut interest. Rubber-Line- d negotiable and piyahle the Lincoln National in the. flames. The fire first broke out in its present condition was read and re CITY AND VICINITY. llink of Stanford. Kv. in the roof over the part occupied by tho ceived. No further action lias yet been II OWSLKY, Ailmlnlstrator. Go to Zimmcr's for oyesters. jailer's family. Jailer Johnson was taken. At the invitation of V. II. Milaway from home and his son, who had ler, president of tho Highland & Waynes-bui- g toe oil-Gra- in Fitraui fish Saturday. M. F. Klkin. Turnpike, tho county judge and possession of tho keys, became panic New lot of boys' clothing at S. 71. stricken on being aroused by tho flames, magistrates went in a body to Waynes-bur- g Nov. 1889, Shanks'. Wednesday, to settle tho question On and tho prisoners were not released from I will sell & their porilous position until the entire whether the road should be built to the t Cloaks, cloaks, cloaks ut Owsley roof was a mass of flames. They were l'ulaski lino or to Waynesburg Station. My Craig's. dragged out, half dead from fright and Tho conveyance, which was A. T. ? And entire lot of Stock, consisting of lire omnibus, driven by "Fatty" Bkst beef steak at M. F. Klkin's at 10 tho intense heat. Among the prisoners cents por pound. woro two murderers- - Jim Uri'lUn, who himself in livery, was "furnished" by the 40 Head of Jack Stock, 40 Head of Horses, killed lllofllns Collett two weeks ago, company" and tbe dinner was also set A tatknt for a washing machine hits A very pleasant and profitable Consisting principally of Ilrood Mares and tnclud. of and George Simons, convicted nnd sen- up by it. been obtained by John W. Mullins, '11 tenced to a life term in tho penitentiary. day was spent. It was decided to con- ing my line stallion, ON on aMK. Also all other litrm, including crop Loudon. stock necessary to carry Tho now jail is nearly completed and struct tbo road to tho station, which mid farming' utensils. i 1 , thoy will bo placed in that. Tho build-ing- s seems to bo tbo route generally preferr- Terms All sum under Jio cash; over that Handsome lineof pantspatterns.cassi-ineresamount negotiable note will be taken, payable in wero old and trifling, the jail being ed by the peoplo who will uso it most. 4 mouths, with 6 per cent. Interest. o Land cash &c, nlno' the largest nssoitment and liaianco in I una a years witn pir cent, in LF.VI HUHIILK. The entire Tbu court found most of tho now.piko in teres t from day ot sale. of gents' underwear, Ac. in town. Ows of logs and very insecure. Shelby City, Ky. miles only failed to 08 ' loss is less than 1,000. good order. Two ley A Craig. A. Semi-Weekly k Interior Journal Nkw Sorghum lit A. A. Warrun'n Orocory. Mod-t- d Opera House, Stanford, BTXCHT, Manager coal-hod- s, coal-vase- Saturday, October 12. WAIT FOR WAIT FOR 1 am Coming, am Coming, am Coming m Miss Nell ie Free, 'i , SILVER SPUR. E car-load- jut car-loa- - BRYANT & STRATTON Business College xia-ter- OV two-third- s hi T. R. WALTON, Dealer - m Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections, Tobaccos, &c, &l stoop-rumpe- d MAIN & SOMERET STREETS, ht STANFORD, KY. re-cc- nt 1 It so-- WARNING. Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. Samuel-H- Removal of Butcher Shop Fruit Jars, Tin Cans and Stoneware of the best 1 lands. FTTBZiXC SALE. Prices Always Reasonable. T. R. WALTON. e Friday, October OUR e. Celebrated Buell Boots Have arrived; single and Vamps, Hoys extra, in Nun-nullity- m 's iii plain and box toe in lap and calf. high Buell Button Boots; Broan Boots in split, FTjBXiIC SALE. in child's, and hiv; plain and box boys' and men's sizes. Tuesday, 5, Men's fine Shoes in standard screw machine sewed welts. Farm of 336 Acres, and hand Ladies' fine lad and out Shoes in machine sewed and hand turned. Gum Boots, Arctics and sandals in children's, Misses, women and men's sizes. BRUCE & McROBERTS. 1 . t 0 - "- '" f" i4tf ? Him -- yriwwiyijpj i i-- a mi i-- Z- - -- Mmflnli il nliHnililii wummmmmmik l. r. - 'iwiVinwmif MMMMM ftMNaeMtfsMftlMM - i Semi-Week- if that man ,"ce tit tlio fjtt A. T. SUnmt'i PnUtlal onEastern Speculator--Whtho monument? Store. Citlzen(of Mudville, Northern Dakota) One of ttto citizen of Stanford, Ky, Octoheu 11. 18801 mingi'in. N. C,leadingJoint Dawson. Wil --Why, that's Oeorgo Washington, tho was As mnn who couldn't tell a lie, you know. .1 Imnk"! lt Accumulated a t rgo fortune, no... mid ISastcrn Snocu ator A 1. which 860 securely invested that oven they put him up thcro to get some point W. F. WALTON. tho lavKg.vt'f the war left it unimpaired. Mr. D.aweon roso froiu humhh origin, ers from real estate agents. Life. lie liiul cuiiie over ftont Ireland when a A MutliomwtlcHi Kxrit K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. lad it: tho Btccrago of tho steamship Train leaves Itowland at 7.00 a. m., returning which i.iiiiight Alexander T. Stotvnrt, ssssssssssssssssssssfl at 4:50 p. rn. The tvi hays formed r warm friendship, vhieli tritrcd through life. They mainLAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. tained correspondence and jjrow ciolt in hi3 own locality, though Mail tram going North ..l) 31pm South 3pm tho New Yorker's wealth expanded with Express train." South ..it57Pi .onn ....ia;ara a Ui:irvlon rapidity Local Freight North ...ft 30 1 m limine1 iately r.t thecli.oof tho war ... 5 53pm South....'. Dawson hurried to New York. Tho The latter trains alo carry pasjengcrs. The above ts calculated on standard time, Solar ttrunglJ commerce ot the nuth had time il about 30 minutes Taster Ift her markets Ibi'o, himI though y o I l.-. ly Interior Journal A HAPPY REUNION, Tuition for Ocorue. ' ' 1 i pros-porou- s, --- vcall'iy i. A- t- Uawton coidd only com-man- d -- f) toUISVIltt.KtwAlBAIiTa Leaving both Cttl CAtoRt7.- , NEW FAST MAIL shockingly bnd suit, of butternut nank-x-H.s wifu wn.--. h.trdlv better cloth"! Entering the 1iuj:p dry goods palaco of tho tuotehant priuro, Mr. Daw son gnoJ around for his old friend. A dapper ilorwulkcrstepped up brusquely: "Well, ur. said ho. "what can we do fo; your ' I'lcrni Loiilliud Is projecting station. nun-Ih-America!" of nuw improvements Itir Tuetli-1'aik"That's all." lletd, of Bun's .Mills, O., has LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Another iiitidciitl lakj will "Humph! I'll have to charge you ex raNed a tomato that measures seventeen seoyou." Ho Thought It Vn it Itrollirr. the changes meditated trn for them three b'iled eggs thi morninches in circumference anil weighs over Daily, Secures to Travelers, "Oh, I didn't know. I'll just look Said n clergyman: "lhad been asked ing and tho 0I0 woman thinks she ought thn-poiiMlr, lu the gieat Prussian lit Id ,1 ,1..... :r ... !- .- .... .1.! by ono of our brethren to to liavo an extra quarter for making real own immediate branch of 1I10 Meltke A chick hatched at York, Pa,, llrst THE MOST RAPID ROUTE r.,.1.,.1cl"rk thought ho wav some .1 The tako part in a service at his church. I codec for you. You oiler told mo last family iheio have Ih'cii eight tuitiii-coun Mt'.v tin' lit;ht of day through three eyes, tryuian who wanted to see Mr. Stewart was to preach the sermon, and came pre- night that you didn't amount to uutiiin I" of state, four generals and one atlmlrr.'. it had f.v.i uiouths, but tlid not know-hoF.ver attempted between the great commercia New York Sun. cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, and hence out of I'ttrioMty. Tlio old rellow stared pared with ono of my most eloquent all in the Daimli Mrvice. t. tint either, and died the fastest time and most comfortable trains be- around and attracted considerable atten- ones. Just as I was mounting the pulpit A Wuvrtl;,, Midi., man saw his wife's Senator Sherman had a peculiar c.tie tween alt points in the South, or to the West and tion from the gayly dressed ladies who steps, however, tho Alllll'tl'il Aililgrit. pastor whisered in Northwest. The counterpart of this train on all There in plenty of mom iintleiginutid. rlence in Paiis last summer. Ho wn. fix it sticking up alxjve the lower end of runk lines is denominated The Limited Express, thronged the store. The underling conmy ear: 'I thought you ought to know The superb rolling stock we employ gives patron cluded it was about time to interfere, It's n nil wind (hat does not blow at taken by a crowd for Jules I'eiry, ami tho Intl. and thinking it was n burglar so that this is n funeral nervico.' You mav Unlimited Comtort. had to let ire to his hotel to escape tin he shut at it His wifo now liui'H. At all Coupon Ticket Otfices in the Soutl. he walked up and said imagine my feeling They must have all. etr jeers which followed him. you will find our time tables and tickets. Say Mo' been something like Dr. Dvmw'h Lillian Hi ill. of Carioll, N. II., not yet It Is better to give advice than to "I told you that it was no use to wait when, non, get Monon and stick to .Monon, It you 'J Qipt. Henry, the Edinburgh has knit all her own stockmedicine. for Mr. btcwart. He is verv husv and a. inu I'ommcucciucu. exercises 01 a to save money and have a pleasant journev. K. O.McCORMICK, maker, who invented the barrel ummI it, ings and those of an older brother and n has no time for any ono like you. Now, western college, he found hiun-elA rolling pin gathers no tuois. ex-- I General Passeneer Agent, Chicago "Inci- shu was (I ve.irs" the Maitini-Henrrille. has just resigned vounxer slrler unless you wish to buy something, you pected, on ten minutes' notit-e- , to deliver The gunio is never won until Hie City Ticket Agents and Olhc-"I. M. BfCKhKK, 117 4th Ave., Louisville. Ky had better In going." his commission as qtiaitcrmastci. altei old. has qHtkuii. I had the historical tiddrevt. However, E. A. Torrknck 129 Vine st , Cincinnati )hi thirty yeais" wrvice with the volunUci A run in time may saxo the nine. "Mr. Stewart doesn't want to see me. a little time to collect my thought. It John Ciinl wilier, ait Iowa well tllgger, Blessed are the .tiettiuaUerB, Hut not you nij , young man?" asked Mr. Daw was a memorial service, not Dixraell once rctnaiked thut Hatter) claims to Im'c found at the of funeral, fiSL TO piece of rock on son. and I must do the deceased justice. I hv those U'tween whom they ws the secret of Ids succebs in life one of . digKhigH "1 need to repeat it n third time," started, and talked my liest for a quarter It is better to have two lietius to oi.e's The highei a man climbed, he snld, tin- which tlio .Stuns and KltiHs r dlitlnct-ldV. replied tho clerk. "You had better go of an hour; then I steped down. As I s'ring. foriiuil. tlilrkiT it could Ik.1 laid on, until, if Little pitchers somptimtts coiniitaiul Now uij"rs are a at mice. Wo don't want you around the did so, the brother who had informed tliu throne. It mllit A 5!ercfr i;iro;a-J- i LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE store. You will drive nwav custom." me of tho nature of the service ap- big salaries. on with n trowel. county, P.i., man Htopiied hli ikijut reTalk is cheap, If you don't do it Just ti'cn the proprietor himself came proached again. He seemed somewhat Tuny (J wok Ylng, tho new ;iiine cent It . and a few Sutuhiys later he took RAILROAD. walking down from tliu counting room. embarrassed, but he shook my hand through the telephone. minister tt the United States, i a gixxl his marketing to town to sell it, having ' The Great What is ono man's fiNx! is another liKiking man, alwut M yearn of f,g,i, "Hello. Alcvk." shouted Mr.' Dawson. warmly. forgotten the days of thn week. " 'It was a good termon, sir,' he said. man's luxury. The dry goods millionaire stopped and in the lluesl silk milii-The ildct Nhirse telegrapher In the aiui THROUGHJRUNK LINE. starcc Then he rushed up and threw "'Yes,' I replied: for, to tell you the The Hiiisioiier is mightier Uitn skuiIh a gnttt deal of iiiontv. Hu .1 win Id In. D. Ileoil. tho statistician of iiitt arms avound the rough old fellow in truth, I thought so myself, considering wielder in reducing the suipln. . Cnioii company, at cousititil Miioker, and wli.n he tint the tho circumstances. the butternut suit. .ecesiiiy is inu moiiier or oinoii- - pulling a cigarette he is rolling oin Mr Bitfil is 71 years of age, a " 'It was a good sermon,' lie repeated, thins "Why, John, where did you come .Scotchman h birth, and is at vigorous At the Hotel llriktol, Paris, on in My dear fellow, I am perfectly 'but but'- V,th j from? Honor among aldermen. lival. niv the rrench impel-,- Mr. tihd and chrt fill us a man of :.'.). None but the suave eond'ictnr " 'Well?' I asketl. delighted to see you. Why didn't you w An Bti IUb tennr who gets almut $1W Mone wi.iv a g) air ' Aftrt .autkniin tho fare. " 'But it wasn't a brother that died: let me know you were here." his wife to step cuiefulh a ! Mi I'.w for i:.in at a oMieert at houieaskxl Mules are htublxuii fuels. Life, was sister.' "Harper's .Magazine. "I tried to. but tii.it young man" c.iiiiuge. ue auiieii. uepR-caii;iv ni $5.')x tokiui; hi fivoconcetu in IUmoii. Louisville But tho oir.cious clerk had disappeared course, though, you can still ane Ho e.vpliilnisi why hi nsked such an ex A MiMlrrn Truut. ' A llurlx-roiJukn. at the first greeting. s To Nashville, il mi could orhiLint pri.-- by mining that it is worth ehofc." Then. Penelopo All right, .nek. ton mav Memphis, j "Where diil you get that suit?" asked put that ring on my tluger ami we'll call to uso ihe elevator, ho sprang nhublv up that Ui tint; in an American provincial Stewart "My carriage is right at tho city. Atlanta, it engaged, but it must be deliiiitely tin tliu stalls. door. Get right in and como to the tail A immMnitity lu the shaoof a ralf President (iihnan. of the Johns Hoptlerstotxl that you are to haw; but out Montgomery, or s. on must liavo some decent clothes ms university, was liorn with a oilvci wiih foui iet, ftiur niMriN ami four kiss a day and one dance at each hop. Little Rock, right away Where is Airs. Dawson? utrs, and mouth like a flnh, is exciting for you dancu horribly, and ! don't like I"ou in his mouth. Without You must both comu ritrht 10 inv linnm tli-- t citizens of Jennings Mobile and New Orleans. ' and township. Fayto kiss a man without a tuust.iclie. I :uO' remarkable scholarship, ho was ui stav." Miuted preident of the Uuiterfitv of ette county, Ind. It belongs to n Mrs. am to go btiating, riding or walking with So ho ran on ns ho actually dragged Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. any fellow I plcat-e- dance aj much in I California at an age when inot men ate Blown, and a large uuuiler of people Ills nl. td hfa rnrri-frplease, and fliit with whom I please. glad of a professorship. When he was a have gone to see it. Only one change to points in Tho otiKiou.1 clerk tried to keep out of You are to give up smoking, cud play- little over 10 hu was mado picsnh nt of A 5Ii Annie Johnston went down and (sight ocry time he saw Sir. Dawson & ing and wine, and f tally you nn not to Johns Hopkins university. stayed under water at it Miinnirr coming, out tho latter took a malicious tag around after me u'.l tin-- tune, foi I'm Tho lato Dr. Ilomtius Bouar was re in England :t minutes 10 seconds, which pleasure iri vunning across him every EMIGRANTS not going to have my enjoyment spoiled uftirkable for his intchbo love of preach- Issttts the iim.tti'ur rei'ord of 'i minutes timo no cam.t Into ttie store and bowing Seeking homes on the line of this road will recer just liecauvi i cngngiu ing. He came to tho pulpit often when 31J second. .Miss Johnston is only 19 to hiu".. . Finally the clerk camo one dav : special rates. dncK iner iiumuiu slave) Welt, Lu'.. lie was hardly ablu to undertake pulpit veurHof age, and is accounted the best atjents 01 this Company for rates, routes and, aUJCCllV ajMjlOglZIIlg, beggctl that ' ' Mr. Daw PenelojH, tell 1110 what I can do? Ac,, or wme to duty, but as slxju to he found himself in lady Hwfmuu-- in tho world. . , ,n)" son would not carrr, the storv 1 enelopc C 1'. A l.MUKh. ti. r. K 1. A., 1 on can read Tenin.-o- u and tho place wheie he was wont to scak to The "Angelus" left Paris in a bkuo of rudeness to the proprietor. Mr. Louisville kv think of me. Life. his people, he seemed to become ani glory. It w.11 lined with red satin und Dawson gave him a good humored mated by their presence nnd to gather laid in a loautiful black 1hx, hound with tongue lashing and let him go. Wash An liitrrvatln; linpriiiiii,. earnestness fioin the very attention iron, which, in turn, was inclosed in nn ir.gion tost. Barber (a now bant Have you got a This rare bit of inspiration was writ- which was always in a tcmati.aljlu de- other- - itMiiger, but no leos beautiful. mug, sir? ten at Bellows Falls, Vt., in thoui mi. lie Xu None tlir VIer. gree given to him while he apol.-- . In deep the picture was then McTurk I have, sor! and I want it of 185'J, by tho then well known A cook at a cheap boarding house Inn diil over to tliu representatives of shaved dom quick. Texas Siftiugs. "BL.TJK GRASS UOUTE." John G. Saxe. A beautiful young Iad THE GENTLER SEX. played a littlo game on a grumbling Art association. asked him for a line in his autograph ft'r A Hard letter to Write. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE boarder by serving him with a piece of While route lalwrers were engaged in Jirs. Whitelaw Iteid wears the finest remembrance' sake, when, tearing oil solid leather instead of beefsteak. From A littlo chopping timber in a big woods near Do girl cauio homo yes"Y'ou have chaiiKed your butcher, terday from school, which she has only the blank half of a note he lind ju-- l diamonds in Pat is. CENTRAL. KENTUCKY Jtlur, Ind., they accidentally tiheovered Miss .Murfreo's (Charles Kghcrl ) Mrs. Hasher?' said the loarder, looking been attending a few days, and her read, he wrote: To all Points , what i supposed to have been n counter Sir Sarah, novels yield her about fc'U.UOO n ritT-up at tho landlady, after sawing two or mother nsked her what slio had leen Beneath the earth ' Somctlrers tax year. three minutes at tho leather. Mirf-icdoing. was fniind a brick furnace, sev Yourrcclc of "Same butcher as usual," replied the Jlrs. Edison has Hue brown eyes and a cntl With tlm)il ijf didlars, dated "Writin' M's nnd shake awful," was -and some boarding house kecjer, with n patronisSuao. Ilanwr's Magazine. straight face witli a delicately aquiline uf t!io metal from which tho spurious tlio ciiiius reply, which meant mat a PAST LINE BETWEEN ing smile. "Why?" nose. coins were mado. long courso of IM's in a copy lok had Itl'llni: HU lobby. .Frances Hodgson Burnett is getting LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. "Oh, nothing much," said tho lodger, tried her nerves. Jlr. Primus Your trying to niako an impression on tho PHOTOGRAPHIC NOTES, "Well, how do you mako an 51?" htr queer character, isn't friend Oldhutu U u rich at tho rateof fiom ci.JU.U00 to yio.OOO he. Soctindus? steak with his knife and fork, "only this mother asked. SCHEDULE IN EFFLCT MAY. u, 1889. a year. flifj Shashiu Shiiupo id tho namo of Oh, I don't know. Hit Mr. Secundus piece of meat is the tenderest I have had No. 4. No. No 6. .Mrs. MonaCalrd. who stalled the "Ii "Oh, you go upa hill, and down a hill, V.x .Sun. in this house for bouio weeks." Ex- - up n hill, and down a hill, and stay there. is quite an accomplished fellow, I can Marriage a Failure?" business, has been a pliotonTiiphlc journal published In Ex. Sun, Daily. tell you. Japan. change. Pittsburg Journal. a Jlr. Primus I saw that no iiad a gowd studying Buddhism. Agnow, Lve Cincinnati ... 8 10 am loo pm 2 35 pm. An Ihigllsh lady has loft $.10,000 to bo P m Mrs. Mary Nash of the Tho Kent Sufterer. Lve Covington....! 8 30 a mj 8 09 p m many hobbies. Something 01 an anildnvo'cJ to the photogniphlng of tho Autumn In tlio Country. Lve Falmouth.... 9 44 a mj 9 17 p m s 40 p m board of education, is not in symDmguss Just had n stroke of bad " 10 a m'lo 3j p m ttaru, planets and nebuhu. Mr Paris Mrs. Stmpkins (sentimentally) Oh, quary, too, isn't lie? Arr Leaington....'ia 00 P m 11 00 p m 1 30.P m luck. Shadbolt. My $00 overcoat was Jlr. Secundus No. not that know of. pathy with woman stiltrage. how lovely it is in the country nt this m f 'i'hero Is no lanilscajie photograph ao a in Lve Paris Sol Smith ItiMscH's wife is a small, inJlr. Primus Well, I heard him ask 6 jo p m stolen hist night. Tough, wasn't it? Hn Villi nfi- - ttrnf.irP Arr Winchester la 05 p nr Shadbolt Overcoat paid for, Dinguss? finflfcntl ff til. VMl. looking woman witli a Boston-es- which catPiot bo impioved by tho addi n 7 30 P m 30 Arr Ilichmond.... September nnd October to all other , lisb Wliitelicnil. point blank, how old tellectual Shu is p in Dinguss Not yet. 4 Arr Lancaster-.- .. face. tho daughter of Mr. lion of go'd cloud eirects, and th be,t 6,,c was Life. 4 50 P m is to prim with Arr Stanford..., Shadbolt Yes; it's pretty tough, Din- months for summer tours? Adams, known to fame us "Olitcr way in neatly ovei,) Mr. Simpkms (enthusiastically) Yes, tv M'parate cloud negative. Lve Richmond , ' 4S p m guss on the tailor. Chicago Tribune. Optic." If ! illy 3 00 p m Arr Ilcrea. indeed; we get loard at half rates now. Dii'lng the past year photogiaphic Arr Lenington.. 5 ao p in JfcCorkle Isn't Briggs naturally u Miss Mary Agnes Thicker, the author New York Weekly. No Hnrui Intended. lazy man? of "Signor Monahlini's Niece" and of lit:rnturr has been increasrtl hy i No. 3. No. 1. N,0.5. Nervous Individual Ah, my dear felof thrcf amiuals, liru monthlies, JlcCrackle Not exactly lazy: but he "Two Convicts," is said to be the daughJ'ftrtlully Pouted. low, this is one of tlio worst attacks I two weekliM.nll seems to think it is unhealthy to work ter of a warden of the .Maine Mali' two Inquiring Sjiectator (at tho races) Lve Livingston...! 8 00 a over had! 'to a5 a betwee'u meals. Life. Lvellerea prison, who met a tragic death at the publicl'ed in the United Suites. Which horbo was it tlmt won? Arr Richmond....!!! 45 am Sympathetic Friend Yes, old man I It is we!l known that the two hands of a convict. Speculative Speculator (gloomily) I 7 00 a m Lve Stanford sincerely hopo it will be the last! Good liny. irlnls fihiained with u biincular don't know the name of tho horse that Lve Lancaster.... 7 40 a Miss S.illio Ball, who has alti.u led atby Punch. First Flea How is business? Arr Richmond.... 9 43 a won; hut I know the names of most of tention as being the llrsl person limn apparatus, when they are uriangcd tolo Second Flea I'm on tho jump all thn Lve Richmond.... a 40 p m 6 10 a m wu in the st'Ttoscopo, lu not occupy the horses that didn't win. New York Alaska to receite an appointment in a m Ho Had lleen There. Arr Winchester. ,3 3 P m time. New York Sun. a in 4 to p m Weekly. Arr Paris is not an Esquimau, but the samn p wiiion us on the negative. service, Biuks Miss Sweet is a bouncing girl, Lve Lcxlugton ... 345 p m 7 00 a m 3 45 Pn a irgiiuan, living in Iiugley. a m The ri'ght hand print is placed on tho An Innuendo. Quite rt DlflVrent TI1I111;. 4 Lve Paris J p m 853 a m 4 35P"i isn't she? left, .Mid invenely. the left hand print is miles out of Washington, m Lve Falmouth 9 13 Jinks Yes; but her father is more in53 P rn 10 35 a m 507 p m Old Gent Littlo boy, I am Borry to see placed on the right. a 35 P m 7 30 p m clined Arr Covington..., Miss Jlario Corel only uuuie lur sucthat way. Lawrenco American. you smoking n cigarette. Arr Cincinnati ... 6 43 P m 10 45 a m 7 35pm J Dr. Carl Arnold give's ihp following cess as a writer by means of long and Littlo Boy I ain't smoking it. I'm On theMavsville llranch. No 0. leaves Paris at Too Kind by For. hard etforts against adverse influences directions toe preparing tint new develand No. 11, at 54;, p m, arrlvinc at Leeping it alight for another feller what's 800, am Mavsvilleat 10 as. a ra. and 810. p m. No, 10 Shu is a clever musician, and is dccribed oper from pyiocatechhim Add flvo gone on an errand. Boston Courier. leaves Maytville at 5,13 a in, arriving at Paris at as petite, with a great lot of (hilly, yel- grammes csrlionato of potash to No, u leaves Maysville at 110 and 740, am. of a gramme of pyiocalcchlne, arrives at Paris at 4 05, p in. These trains are low hair, and a bright, chubby, baby The Kicker. daily except Sunday. ami diBsolvt- in u sulllcieia qu'tntity of Dost lovo a tuna who always kicks, do matter face. iTji A h2"SSSSflP4VWvit IV A ... I- INo. 4 leaca Lexington 10 05 am; arrives Paris uinlni, ... Tl.l. ttu;iuiui - tliu l. eipiauy what you do, j mi uo Mine. Poininery, of Ilhclms, who owns io 45 am; except Sunday, Who kicks with most prodigious caw tho whole well used on hromiicd paper. No. 8 leavts Cincinnati 5 15 pm; arrives Falmouth tho famous champagne vineyards of that long wagon ihrouf-li- , , 730 pm: except Sunday, 6 no lu n recent meeting of the French Who kicks If an tiling good wroas and kicks If all am; arrives CincinNo. 7leaves Kulmoutn mime, has purchased great paintnati 755 am; except Sunday. Roes rifilit, ing, "Olaneiifccs," now on exhibition at Photographic society. M. Duchesno show 8 30 am; arrives FalNo, 3lcacs Clni.inn.iti Who kicks because ho Ukva to lilclc. and kick tho Paris exposition, and is going to pre- cd toinc rcmarkablo prints from enlargemouth 10 jo a m: Sunday only. ' with all his inlgbtf No. 33 leaves Falmouth 4 15 p m; arrives Cinsent it to tlio Louvre. The pdi c paid ments 'ip to 7.IKK) diameters, representonly. cinnati 615pm; Sunday We know eomo uwfulickers oc thtf wicked ra lining diiilfiucs. They wt mile by for it is Eaid to bo 400,000 franc. Train Notca: No, J runs daily letwecn Lexingdane spliere, ton anil Cincinnati. No 4 runs daily between Who cauio on earth by Occident and kick because Tho widow of Gen. Custer owns a double enlargement, taking up tho di Lexington. Cincinnati and ut. 1.5U:) iliamuter-t- . and enlarg they're hero. Nos. a and 6 make connections at WincheKtcr small rustic cottage and a few aciesof rect point Ing n 5i'i.'i)inl time, so as to obtain tho The make tlicmgelveK uuionjforUMa and other tor points on the N N. .V M V. Ry land in a beuutirul region ncm the DelaNo. 4 muVes this c",incctionat Lexington. people bleU, abnoinial Kmuin'ons tutntluiiod. IMPORTANT. Trainsof this line now arrive Daughter But, mn, I don't want to ware water gap, and during ilio warm Tbey tlrlii) tliclr friend.; to and still they at and depart fumi thn Central Union Passenger It muy te of Interest to lovers of bluealirays kick. who devotea herself get married; I'd rather study another montliB of tho year Station Cincinnati, making connections for alt to literary work, und ouietly euteitain. print" to kuwv that the print, after i.nlnit North. East and Wen. year or two! We know n truin Tho kickfl and UIiU:i tbs ttleassd Through tickets and baggage checked to any belli;, may he turned bl.iclc by day. Mother That is not necessary, my a row friends. Vocalist (to fair stranger) A I'm godestination reacnoi ny a rauroaa. eoakiiii in 0 dllutn solution of pyrogallio For full particulars address any agent ot the Co. ing to sing "Fain Would I Clasp Thee And U thuro'H nausht to kick about he' kicking dear; men do not likro as wives those anyway. Vttn dry it will fndo to rather S. F. II. MORSE. An officer in tho Russian army has acid, E. H. UACON, Closer, Lovo" may I look at you while At ttiaos when thlni-- s uo going right cod other over educated women! Traveling PasnVr Agt., Gen'l Pass'g'rAgt,, Loon cashici I'd for saving tho life of a anarli'Mf lint, If any one can dUcovcr Daughter That's what you think, Covir.gton, Ky. I'm singing? men would smllo Lexington, Ky. on u'eaertvl principle csd klcketh all mother, but men aro not all like pa! pjasaut woman "und thereby Icwciiug the chji'cnl which will fix the black U.K. HUNTINGTON, General Manager. Fair fit lunger Oh, certainly! or at He Irks, while. tone hf vlj tonier a favor by making tho his elcindaid us a gentleman." GENERAL OFFICES: Tho Dominion Illustrated. my grandmother. Uarper's Weekly,. -- J, D. Smiley in .Toilet News. the iHv.Yei- Itcawu. Chamber of Commerce Duililing, CinciunatI, O 11 t . c e out-countr "I want to dee Mr. Stewart." said Mr. Dawson. "Ho is htisr, sir. and has no timo to Teacher If a man has two hundred founds of ice in his wagon and of it is lost by melting, how many pounds do his customers pay for? Boy (whoso father is in the business Three thousand pounds. Life. one-fourt- h Colitmbita Wrutt'l Much nf it MEN YOU HEAR OP lor. through the wcit," '.v !' t. The Duke of lMlnhurgh is & rood saul n Scw ork drummer thootherday, ",hrco !"' foU' r " m,t m " tllic U Tho Duke of Conuaught .imuse.s him""J-'"'," ; Jl hy " dreadfully innocent look in old chap, self with the llute. ,. llfex. . mi &1. I. . f iitiil ' aiu iwjs Gen. Uoulaugcr Is now the fond gi.iiid put him on that 1 was Christopher C fnthcr of a little Imy. hnnhus, tho discoverer of Anieiiea. The Professor Newton, In a lato papet, estiold fellow gave me considerable atten mates that 100.000,000 meteors fall to the tion, fixed up tho best room in tho house nun iiiirtMiiiceii niu to ills agon wile. earth auuiially. Mi. Depew says: "Thcro la a striving Next morning us 1 sat on ilm veuiuda smoking a t'iuar ho cauio aloti- ami after tho American Idea of liberty in Franco, but the rail to grasp It." queried: "Let's see. What did ot. do:" Burns, of the strike. !. a total "Discovered America," I rv'hcilv re- - abstainer nnd docs not use tobacco lie plied. has Induced l.'JOO men to take the "Oh.. ;... ' pledge. llti looked disappointed at, do went Benjamin F. Butler has at limt glvei. rrvuy and in altmt len iiuini'.oi hu rv up wearing a hoiitouiticiv. und lil turned ioay; friends are !cglnning to belietv be is I 'I'v.j bad it all wiiuig uhoui mh," getting old "How?" Cnran d'Aohe. "the prince .1' Parisian "Why 1 kinder hud it thai ton wi caricatuilsts." is a man of '.'T. till, fair ' from Washington, and I was thinking bearing, and decidedly I'ng. you might get my bo Sain i: i s.nny ol inilttart Ilsh ' oince. Mr. attempt! 10 be die "No, I'm not.'' "You are only Christopher CoIiiu'Ihir?'' pioneer in a leformnf wiiifiitnui tliil! cully. He wants to abolish the chimney "That's all." "All you over did was to .liceoter hjI hat for .ise in Ixuidon. '" C.MSP CONDENSATIONS. rio-linis- ;" St A stoiii' m.indou built In 100 on n farm near ii'reenbush) N. Y., stlllstands. A pigeon which cost $100 ! owned by A. B. Hoskins, of Media, Pa. ": 1 - I . I uppc-ur.iuc- Thieves at Franklin, Neb., carried oil 1,30') x)iiud hammer of a pile driver. Tlio fJiaiiito Mountain mine. In Jlon-tauha- - yielded $7,000,000 worth of silver since 1861. John Brown, n negro, of Mucon county, tin., in a few days caught 051 rats in a pot of water. At 11 Cotlioclon, Pa,, pio eating match lecently the winner dlsiosOd of eighteen pies in one hour and n half. Fred .Mather, n London fish culttirist, estimator, that a six jKitind eel produces il.OOO.IMH) eggs hi one season. otinils and A potato weighing two ten ounces is one of tho curiosities ex h.bited hi Aioostook county, J!e. A school item fiom Alaska states that last month the boys.of the Sitka school caught and salted nineteen Ixtrrels of ll n a. salmon. A w eal Pit.. Iter prophet that Coushnhockeii, i),i!'' swear by is a tree frog iled in a jar of water at the railroad iui-pr- is j .u - o wit-iul- d. f .: y - inn-pir- iUo $ tf 11 dn-amilth-u'- hi-- o 11 f - y I ' nt d s I SOUTHS WEST I - Wi-ster- New-S'nrk- ' , 1 dc-o- i j 11 I I ! tS I I zS!nL, - ! I I fVi.-Mf- l t . ARKANSAS TEXAS. ' 111 r ; Kentucky Central R. R. 1 idli-iir- py-t- . Crad-dock- leiidi-zvuuit- . f I8-IS- I ' South-Boun- ' j I New-Yor- k - 1 , - ! 1 e c-is- e North-floun- d. photo-gtaph- lc 1 1 J 1 I ilf. Il th - t I .I...-..- Jli-let'- s I I eck-ld- Ilvo-lou- wii-he- d, - " ' ' ' "t-- t '; y "T "V I'v f r LIGHT AND A&Y. Lloyd Dryco Is now solo owner of Tho Hornco E. Hcndder lives in Cambridge A Timely Wall. North Aaerican Review. gins bowls with IrldoMCcnt lights. Mass, The scuson colder k'txms apace. D. B. Waggener Is editor of tho Children1! Onyx Ink standi wrfth gilt racks add to tho Tlio homes of Iowell and Holme nro at Tho winds begin to roar; Page, so popular In Tho Philadelphia Sunday list of decorative articles for tho writhm table. Cambridge, Mass So, when you corns Into this place. Proas. riease, mister, shut too door. Striking vnww nro of Itcllck chlnn with Albion W. Tourgoo lives In a beautiful Drf Charles Slnckny, who for sixty years clnhornU) decorntlon In gold relief nnd chas- houstj at Mnyvlllo, N, Y It's most too warm for Area as yet. has written verses und songs. Is now a coning ' They'd open every pore; T. H. Aldrlch has n hoiiso on Mount Ver- tinued invalid. Dut front ha. come, mankind to fret. Honn wnro Is decldilly decoratlvo In ef- non street, In Iloston, Mam. Ho, mister, stun the door Oscar Wilde has resigned the editorship of fect with Its t(iwtry mid florid orunmeut.v Col. Hay's residenco is one of tho most t Casscll's Woman's World, nnd, it is reported, tlous. Ilon't lisivo It swinclug while e sneeze. nnd linking at tho capltul. will start n mugnzino of hia own And christen you a lxre: Flat dlxhcK of cut glosa with rolled cIki I Tho homo of Will Is n throo story Unless j ou want U) see us freeze. Uird Lytton, nuttier of "Lucilo."! Eng-Ib- h are made for holding nfter dinner eoiTco I brown stone mansion Carleton In llrooklyn. Why. hang It, shut the door' minister to Franco at an minimi salary SMHIIIS. Tho Hon ens of Tho Indeiendent Ilvo In of t'fl.UX), and the use of a palace. Don't uuike us shiver till we're blue. Very effectlvo frutiit-- nro thoHi lu pierced splendid stylo lu William street, Brooklyn. And hanker lor your gore; Will Cnrleton'slnst volumo,'"Clty Bullads," Sellgman ilevoteN nil hbrnparo tlmo work, through which Ls shown n background alwiivs Oeorge Ilnncroft's Wnkhlngton i evidence is is dedicated to his wife, In these words- - "To Look hero, we'vo said all vvo're going to on this and attention to the Hebrew Orphan asylum. of colored velvet, Frederick Gehhitrd Is now known In subject, and tho next thing you know vro'U bo iT.u most comfortable nt the capital. ono of Adorn, friend, comrade, lover, wife." ' I'rexident Hnrrlsou keeH a scrap Ixjok In A striking feature of this Reason's timbrel- over them wiping tho door up with you ixiudiih u flit! "Iliiiinul.il adviser" of Mrs. The Into Dr. W. H. S. Ralston, the ecccn-til- e which ho h.-- u copy of all tho ha has Ioh is an extremely long handle, though tho , Snmuel U Clemens resides In Hartford, Utiles you shut that door l.uugtrv Conn,, and his houso Is ono of tho most -- Washington Capital. Ixmilou writer, was known among hU ever made. stick remains tho sumo. Over .'O.Oil ! copies of "l.oruti D.tono" wero tasteful and inviting in thnt city. friends us "the Itussluu Don Quixote.'' Henry Vlllard is pawilouutely fond of music Attractive) vnsex, Jug mid ewers of tuoilern old within nun week of it publication In Tlm English critic, Thoxlure Watts, hns Wnlllns In Vain. of all kinds, and is himself a good icrforiiicr Venetian glass are cut to imitate crystal nnd I John Foord, the hrllllnnteditornf HiirKr's rhmip form Weekly, lives on Stated Island, as does also hud u romance entitled "Alwvn" In MSS. for on tlm violoncello "Well. how's business" said longly to nro proYiiholy dis"orntul Oyster iiilnr Is a tint Intended fur vv iiuiim vv oner, mo hxi nun critic. Shortby )eais, hut lias not hud courage to print it. I'ret ideiit Carnot, of I'raiico, recently A thermometer set in a silver mounted clo-- I In which women will hu presented to the Mrs. Mary Mas.s Dixlge, (slltor of St. "Pretty bad I hnvo just boon stuck on an Wcinyss Held, nfter finishing his biography Hint ho was determined to viit haul's tusk is lucludisl lu for Nicholas, Queen at the next season occupies un elegantly furnishisj of linl Houghton, will edit u uew journal ndnge. America before he died writing desk and library A handkerchief In the kocIoii of the fiat In Fifty-nint- h street, New Voik. "Which onef UKxIeleil somewhat on the lines of The Nation, to Turkey, Oscar S. Straus, .Silver chx-krecently designeil sliow of Riiv.ui wild to have not W..VKI It " 'Truth Meant the Iwttom of n well.' I (ieo. Iloker, tho rich poot nnd playwright, of New York. I'ullectllig and studying makes n liohhy styles nnd nre likely to provo took seven joars to make It invested In a natural gas enterprise.'' lives In n Ng houso near itittenhouso sipiarc, Thu editor of The Pall Mall Gazette, Mr IkhiI.soii Americuu history as an artistic novelty. "And didn't It pan outf More books und tungnzluek In English nici the fashhiuable center of Philadelphia. Stead, ullects to view with abhorrence tho Useful articles In cuiglasM inchulu Icecream "No. They've had water and liuio and now rend in Paris thiin at any previous time ! Mr. William Steinway, of piano fnmo, is Edgnr Fnwcett has snug bachelor apart' notion that ii man should go into newspaper sand Ms) Mi'iv Ul colonize of laud In the w'ts nnd celery truys. Tho latter nro mucji I iilxiut stone nnd overythlug except truth. I In the history of thocoiiutry ' mi uy advantage meiits in one of tlio Now York uptown (hits, work for mure CnUkills, recently pmclniMsl newer thnu tho tall celery glass. reckon it's uu oven chaucu ns to which thoy A rechiwi hear lndou has for .veins kept where he weekly entertains his friends. One of the inosi xipulnr mid distinguished strike llrst. truth or natural gas." Merchant In silver wnro is heon much pierced work. Coopi'r Hewitt lots one of thu Iwst isiilloc-tiontut mum miner nu IhM, lie also lias lilt Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett's Washing- of our scientific writers is Piofcssor T. C. Traveler of miidail liistrmueiiu in America, nnd Tliore nro very plotty enko boskets with totulxit no, duly inscribed, on hiiml ton houso Is on K street, near Farrngut Mendenliall, the president of tho American knows how to play on ueii ly nil of them bright centers und open, work Isjrders. Mr Dutlilc, botanical director for northern He round Out Hotter Next Mornlnc. square, and its furnishings aru luxurious nnd Society for tho Advancement of Science. Mr Sidney Coojr, tlm well known English Quito now sugar bowls and cream pitchers artistic. India, ndvisviUs the iwi of tho Dower of the Blix- "That article of mlno in Professor Masion, who is so patusUUiug a (island lloytil academician, is KOyeorsoId. a remit in bright llulsh with n decoration of Cnlllgouuin for foixl in northwestern Imlln ni John T. Trow bridge lias beii for mnuy scholut thnt ho U sometimes called "Tho rnrd Is going to bo a corker." bald the now elTcct-ivo- . is In capital health mid is as fond of his Hat chasing, oxldlxisl He Tliesu nro very An English Protostnnt him discovered tU.it work a ever years a resident of Arlington, near Boston, Druyhorseof 1etters," talks of resigning thu reporter Jubilantly "Wrote tho llro up in grand style, did youl" tho rctvut strike In lJtidon was "tho work of nnd his homo is one of the most attructivo cliulr of English tit Edinburgh university SotidniioM) waro mado In lloheinia con Tho po wrote to Cardinal Manning conTho "MAle two columns of it I saw It after Jesuits, plotting, as over, thu mln of ling-Inftaturcs of tho place Mr W E. Norris, the English author, is gratulating him on thu MicciiMful outcome of tlntu-- to filial favor with Its bottles, jugs I " Wnlt Whitman's home in Camden, Just something of nu Invalid, und lives nearly all tho city editor had looked it over Ho had his elTorts to ellect a Mitllement of tho dock and vuscs, fnshlonisl nfter tho Jnmuesi) gourd s A liirycln which can 1)3 across from Philadelphia, U a little story and the year round at Iorquiiy, going to I.oudon run n blue i:ucll mark throush Intu nitr:iilrl-cycltroubles In Ionduu liottles j , )f it, and that means that it's to bo net in big ntnl m lw used by either man or a half houso, and its furnishings are plain to only for a mouth or two during the season ' type, you know "Chicago Tribune, Thu venerable Hannibal Hamlin, although A JnjwineMi vawiof Umk wixsl witli applicH tho woman. hn been Invented by ii Lancaster point of bareness Snmuel addingtou, the poet, translator i very old, Is still u keen of motlier-of-ix-annd carved orUmnu Since oruau-n- t genius I The cottagont Ea-s- t Gloucester, Mass., oc- nnd compiler of nnthoIogle of 'English uud A 1 rimsfoi-iniitloi- i Septemlcr, In the woixl near llaugor, he bus Ivory, contributes a very striking, ns well ns Some. Experiments by n Pnrislnn scientist have shot and killed thirteen wirtrldgi. cupied for so many years by Klir.ilxjth Stuart continental sonnets, belongs to a family said pleasing, novelty , This was our souii.t'h mouth Phelps, Is familiar U) every reader of "An to bs connected with tlio poet Inigfellow's. procd tlmt daylight entirely censr In the Tho great Inventor, Kdisou, who has lieen IWorn he Ixmght his cane A novelty hi mnrble consists of n lieud of Old Mnld's Pnradiso." water of the Mediterranean nt u depth of E. I Arnold, son of Sir Ed vein Arnold, is The girls ull wild "How sweetl" kj1- - j m houortil nbioad, will, on his return, devoto puro Carrara let Into a bust of highly l.f.18 feet Julian Hawthorne, until n short time ngo, writing a romance entitled "The Wonderful When ho mollis! with might ami mala. peifectiug n device In conniption isihsu mnriiio oi very unrK nuo, mo joining Ito)n Itt, nSlumesn student who wusgrndti-atx- l hluiMilf totelephone about which lived in n curious old house on the outskirts Adventures of Phra the Pbumlciiiii," which with tlm qulto Invisible. heliulte lint sinou ho got tils stick, of ono of tho slts'pv town which fringe the pi ouiises to outrival Haggaiil's wildest llights. at Wllllnm eollegu last Juno, will inter enthusiastic "Like that of other men." Carlsbad ivory, or art orcelnlii, as it U shores of Img Island tho I'nxliyteriun TheolDglod semlutry at An VlcomUi Eugene Melchior do Vogile, auAnd sucked It, as do they. Geu. Miihonr reads hlx political spisvlies nlso callixl, furnisheo beautiful stutuettes, y., this Jail bum, N. s Hcv. Joseph Cook lives lu tho n Inter on thor of the recent Russian articles in This Is his mouth again from priiilcil copieo. Ho speaks slowly mid heads, busts and vum. which npjs'nr ns if -- Detroit I'ree Press. A little girl 7 yrur old, living nine miles Beacon Hill, tho arisliwratic and exclusive nnd the youngmt member of the French his enunciation Is wonderfully clenr. Though curved in real Ivory southeast of Smith Centre, Knn., has plowed a siiiull mail pliys cully, ho is ijuite iinjiri section of Boston, and goes lismiimer to his ucsdeniy, Is 40 years old uud an aristocrat. Connoisseurs lu fine chlnn continue to (hid furtn on the shores of Inko George. twelve oTe of ground fur fall wheat with n sivo us nu orator. The !tuiiiiincfi of Iteutlty. Tlio eighth edition of Tolstoi's works, now delight in tho IMIeek porcelains, which rlvnl thn-horse riding plow Bessio Mudgu was out walking with Char-H- o Frances Courtney Bnnlor lives nt Winin prosa lu Moscow, will include 30,000 copies Mr. IlnUit llcrkoni.'r, tho celebrated ar- tho old egg shMI of tho Clilm-- e in their h nnd they had u quarrel Charllo gavoher A noting housekeeper of York, Pa., bought chester, Vn., in a houso that is a relic of tho of "Auna Kurenlna," :XJ,0(X) copies of "War work on his Iioumi hns Ixi'ii Ilushey troiuo ligtituesf nnd delicacy a ihliken recently, but returned it to tho tist, II vo years, at (I will take ilvo nt van (shod days when thu slave holders of the nnd Peace, nnd 15,000 copies of each of sov 11 shove, and sho fell into the lake. Everyand for yctirsmoio lu coalixirt china are to boMvnwhntii south were an untitled but powerful uobllhy. viul volumes of short stories. body sold sho would have been drowned if denier Mini got iiuothiT Iviuim it had n can to lluisli it Ho is making it. It is said, a won known to the trade us lenfago baskets, which ccr It w an tlm first gliznril tlm ever saw. W. I). Hotvell mado himself a cozy home Tho late Wllkle Collins was short and deli- Georgo badu't been there and saved her. Sho dorful specimen of art ai-low and fl.iriug in sliajx.-- , wltn Irregularly I Is going to bo married next week. Oudlelgh Mason, of Martin, Tex., a swcial looking, with very small hands and feet Iord liiwlale, siuco his return from tho scalloped edge ami surface wIiomi Hillings me on Bencou Hill, in Boston; but slnco his con cate a . Jennie. To Georgo! from there uwrtu, liu disiovrred on his Arctic regions, has taken n great intertwt lu suggestivo of foliage. nection with the Harper's compelled his re- uud cheerful face. His luxuriant bair and Bessie No. to Charlie. Huriier's Bazar. place, wlulo boring a well, n spi lug of wnter sMrtlng alfaits. Ho is stakeholder in the moval to New Vork. ho has taken to living bean! snowy white. He wore spectacles Thrro ni some very pretty wiper nelglils, in hotels. habitually and smoked incessantly that make iIiimi who drink it ilanrulnvoluu coming prlzo light lietwivu Join Smith, thu ink staiiiU and decorative txittlcs in rock With KojplinsU on Good. tnrily Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowo nnd Charles Ernest Kenan, author of "Tho Llfo of Huglish heavy weight, and Peter Jnckwiu, tho crystnl. This crystal is cut like precious Tom I'm going to give Phil n little surThe largest sailing blp in the wurld, the Australian wonder Dudley Warner livo in HartfonL The Jesus," Is a small man. thick set and clumsy, stones, with angles that favor thetcproduc prise. Pnlgrnvc, left Handy Hook recently for Javu hitter's cottage is a cozy, gabled roof cottage with the look of one who likes tho good things 'Dm French hero of tlio Paris exsx,itiou U lion of prismatic colors. Jack Of what sortl with n enroll of l.TJ.OU) canii of of brick, almost hidden from passers-bby a of earth. His face is round and would le Mid to be Clmrles Adolpho Alphaiid, tho Tom I'm going to give him somo cigars. Silver dcjtfMit on ivory, buckhoru and woixl thick growth of elm, birch and chestnut coarso wero it not for his noble brow and fine or aliout l,ajl),(XX pilloiin. It U the of tho nubile works of Paris, and u llgiiros in tlio new- - handles, mere are uu trees. Jack Good ones? largest carpi evrr exjirteil 111 nuy one l eyes. white haired gentlemnn of TJ years. M. Al j m,.rous Kill handles of silver In bright finish, Tom Of course. The olllci-n- i of thu Uuiteil Stnti- -. k1iIi Zola lives in a Hue chateau In a picturesque phatid is oliwlng a noble canvr It was he with chasisl deonratioii Then there nre long, Jack Then that will lw n genuhio surprise ROYAL FLUSHES. I have vn honpitably cntrtjiliiiil by who henutlllixl Paris under Xnpolcon III. spot in the forest near Mednn, ou tho Seine. to Phil, I am sure. Harper's Bazar. somewhat slender handles, showing n combitho Duke of Aigyle at hlcutli',iit luveiary, Queeu VlcUiriu has n beautiful touch on It is handsomo and spacious, with two wings, (Juo argument uvsl against Iioiilauger ilurnation of bright uud chased finish. Sootlniid, Tim Knterprlxi Is tho lint fun-lgtowers, terraces, long nights of marble steps, Where It Was. tlm tecfiit ciiinMilgu was Iwiwsl Jardinieres and llowernnd palm thu piano. war khlp thnt ever sailiy) up tho waters of lug theory that hu was not a well read ujiou balustrades, and surrounded by a magnificent Her check turned pnlo tlio hand-somman. pot ur wasiiiinblo objects nt tho privnt Tho czar of ull the Russlas plays a Tyno uirl: filled witli (lowers. Of red bereft. Tlio Ilepublicuus pointtsl to Carnot as n man time. silver comet. Esieeinlly pleasing elfects maj- - be It was Indeed no Jest; Two larjjo tci'th, In an exorllenl Mate of of culture, worthy of tho place ho holds. found lu tho Adderloy, ulv the Leeds wnre A. Oman Doyle, the author of tho successQueen Marguerite, of Italy, makes herself Her cheek turned pale prchorvuTlon, hnvo Iiwii picked up on tho Tlmy claimed tlmt outside of n few volutin ful historical novel, "MIcnh Clarke." which In tho former ware come flower ots with happy at thu piano. Because she'd left Urnch nt Witheriiwii, York.hlre, Thoy urn deals with tlm Monmouth rebellion, is an matters liouhingvr has no library the blue llornl so desirable. Its color on his vest. Tho beautiful empress of Austria plays English physician, about IX) years old, nnd n of Ivory, weih nlxiut two imU each, nnd mid never indulgm in iiiiwt'llnnrous reading. Clothier nnd Kurnhher. A ipjito new (Hicketliook is u card case and splendidly ou tho zither. ar supjHiMnl to hnu Iwlougixl to tho mamnoted magiuino contributor. Ho Is a nephew purs,) combined. The folding llnp shows silmoth elephant. Tho empress of Jujmn is prollclcut on tho of Doyle, tho famous caricaturist of Punch. Tlm Dentil Angel In Illinois. THE LATEST IN JEWELS. ver trimniings, nnd tlioceutrulcompnrtmeut, "koto," the national instrument. Hy n MThw of strniiKu coincidHiees eight Pierro Loti's drawing room nt Rochefort Is The bereaved household at Galva, Ills., doMgmsl for coin, U finished with n sliver Queen Elizabeth, of Rouniaiiin, plays with the exact reproduction of his salon ut Eyoub, which buried tho remains of n pot dog In tho youiic tiplo living in llatlleld towuhlp, Combination jiearl nnd diamond rings nre rim uud clasp. On one side of this purso is a s Hear IjiiiMlale, I'a., Iieeatuo to eiicll In big demand in Algeria, mid it adorned with Oriental equal skill on tho harp mid piano. family lot in a cemetery should mark the IHHjket for curds, on the other for bllLs. other ul the Mimo time, lixnl upon tho miiiiu uud art knickkuacks. At spot by a monument bearing this licautlful Queen Iiuiso, of Denmark, recentlv celo A unique sugar and cream stand is one The fancy for moonstone encirclis with dote fur their marriage, nnd wcninarriiHl by night tnll wax caudles burn In tho brazen Inscription: ?-birthday anniversary. which consists of two low, round silver lxiw Is, brutod her the Knui'i mluUter nt thnwime placeand hour. lirilliauts isiiNsMituig iUelf. chnudellers, throwing a weird, mysterious Though wo shall mlsa hLs dear Prince Henry, of Prussia, is a comjxjser glow over this strange Oriental abode, while Slender gold chnins unltisl by ovnl crystals held Uigether by the intertwining of mi up- nnd No lleas can trouble Towser now. The proudiHt Imki1 among C'uImiii wumeii n erforuier on the violin uud piano. right handle In the center liotweeii tho two the blue erfuineil smoke of Iovmitiuu in Chicago News. Is the dainty iihiIIiu'm of their ftvt They aroa novel feature in tpicvu chains. bowls. Tho sugar is lifted from the Ixiwl Tlio king of Italy recently visited the tomb cense coils upward trom tho bruscros. l mititre nothing larger in tint way of footgear TlieculK? ipieen xndant in gold, Jowehsl at with n long handled silver scoop, while tlio of Garibaldi and placed upon it n wreath. Canto lor Thanks. than the No. I tiro for American women. each angle, U still u conspicuous item. cream is served with n long handled sjioon Bingley Have you heard that Pushloy Is King George, of Greece, plays nil kinds of This jiecuhur endowment l iierfi-otlnatural; CONCERNING THE HAND. Iite iMiners lu ipueen clmrms are navy caps with deep Iwwl. JoweletV Circular. giving nway n bos of cigars with every suit tunes on linnd bolls uud wine glasses of difno plnchfn,; or prewuro of any kind is umiI. in bluu enamel, witli ribbons of of clothes? I bought u suit yesterday. Try ferent shapes. A wicketl practical Joker nt South Hay. L Mibn isof fair size a little longer Tho ideal DAUGHTERS OF EVE. I'atisles in every color, with rows of din-- j a cigar! Prince Louis do Rohan, one of the furemtx '.h.in the llugers. I , hao I xvi i muiulnx hlmilf lately by thmw moiids on tho outer isigiw. imiiI Iiiiiii lu demand Travers (lighting up) Thanks. I should Mine. Putt IV farewell mure t tour is once of Austrian sportsmen, shot his P.'.OOOth buck lug a large iiihlxT doll from a wharf tlm us brooclit k. Small hands show onj who aspires after think (puff), Bingley, thnt you would bo glad recently at Chaustrick. water III the linM of getting Koplo to goto iiioiu announced mid ecog ulzes thu colossal. (puff) that you only (puff) buy two suits a A very pretty scarf phi is formed of n thu rescue of tlm upxMsl drowning Infant Princo Allwrt Victor will return from InSarah Bernhardt Is nt work ou a bust of i fox, with n tail coiiixns of Tho palm Indexes tho temperament, activ- year. Clothier and Furnisher. A i.iilii'xT of voliintixT life Havers have Ixrn dia, whither ho goes this full, by way of huslxind. her late ity, endurance und physical strength. n.n.'idy ennght by thettick, nnd wtvir to get tlntisl Mrs. J. Redding, cdltoi of Tlio Art Journal, China, Japan uud Canada. I'netlo License. I'nrU luis supplied us with it bracelet coin-hs.- I Iargo bands nro those that do or work; Willi theorigiiiutorof it. Tho Prind-sChristian, daughter of Queen l School is open, aud our Willie of IwhIvo miniatures strung on Is nu expert bicycle rider The K.tniltxl IhxJ) of a womnu was unVictoria, lias prewired three Illustrated ar tlmt naturally, patiently and easily put forth When ho gets a quiet chnnce. The new I)ucheof Marlborough has gono cart he in the cellar of tho old Afrienu Moth a ciinln of dlauiuiiiN tlcles for the forthcoming volumo of The manipulating activity Goes nnd puts a double lining ,Si mi Into fobs for ladies have slides and In extensively fordi? raUiiig. The soft hand Is often the possession of one odUt church, Sixth nnd Iomluird ll'l1tH, English Illustrated Maguziuu. lu tlio basement of his pants. Mine. Louise Leclniso recently climbed who is "born tired," und vv ho is hence Beg pardon, but trousers wouldn't rhyme. l'lii'nilvlplii'i, by worknun who nro touring c1ami of diamonds, with fancy ix.'uihiiiU Princo Bismarck received over a thousand Mount Pelvoux, in the French Alps. Washington Capital to heavy or continuous labor. down tlm building. The Udy ih In a colllu, dangling from the end telegrams of congratulation on tho occasion Mrs E. It. Davenport, onco u star nctress, of tho twenty-soventwhli h uu IiicIiimsI In a lead huod box. It is Watches nre w.t lu n thousand uuexcctcd Slim hands, warm uud dry, will suggest nnniveisary of his apAboriginal Tools. in a xrfoct btnto of priMirvatiou, nod U articles In u twill ot diamonds no hu ger than is now teaching pupils for thostugo at Boston. pointment us president of the Prussian cab rapidity of motion, but with little muscular burleil oor 100 year. to lme a marble is a watch face. strength, and 0:10 of n warmly sympathetic "It seems queer," remarked Mr. Oazzam George Sands' daughter. Soliige, widow of iiiot to his wife, "that tho Indians should have Two nnclent mpieduct have just been Decidedly I ich W n biixch conflating of n tlm sculptor ClBringur. is still living near Little King Alexander of Servlu is much disposition nt Athens, ouo large mid lit lor iih, Hut gold circle set with rubles, in thu center Nohiuit. Ijug hands indicate an application, lovo lioen familiar with the tlio and sawbeforo the Impressed with u sense of hU own dignity. arrival of tho whites." in tho part calleil (lovill, toward Ilymrttiis. of which l u diamond star. Mrs. Monti Cnlul, who started tho "Is Ho can scaicely write throo lines ou any and iwrfurinaiiee of details a great euro for "Were they!" sho asked In surprise. tho cither, Hindi of buck, In thu city Ithelf, nnd ability in tho miuiitiai of ouo's operaa Failuroi" buines.s, has been studying topic without using the expression "I, the Huntsmen in enameled cups nnd uniforms, "Yes, tny dear; tho Indian tlio and the tho lojnl staliles. Near tho latter who appear to Imj riding al full simh1, arc a Ituddhlsm. tions or thoughts. king." Chlckn.saw."-N- ew York Sun. hnvn birn found mix end tombs In marble, Mibjvct utihxed lu brox.'hot. Thu slim hand, if loan, dry and cold, shows Mrs. Jano G. Austin lias written a New Tho little king of Spain Is now Ii veal's old, and in both plucex frngments of InvcriptloiM, England novel, which she calls "Standish of und Is ublo to wnlk, talk uud communicate, n low vitality, little streugth, uncertain teni-er- , Ntiinburixl among new side comb headings Seldom In tlm Same rniiillj. one of tl.eni tieurlug tho il.inni of rbilugro. little sympathy sometimes selfishness, Stnndish." Un green gold llaaid, with a line of ruble with his subjects. At 8 o'clock, when the m)ii of Alexis of tho demos of Mullte. Wo oft hear nvntloiusl, as we iwvss through life, extending trom tlio head to the bill Jcnn Ingolow litis written some recollections guard is relieved, his majesty shows himself irritation and cowardico. Tlio model husluud nnd tho model wife; Tho music of tho band on tho balcony. The plastic hand, which is soft uud But sad to say, we wry seldom see A bunch of sweet pens done in while mid of her childhood, which she thinks of publish SQUIDS. SCIENTIFIC makes him jump announces lack of muscular strength Tlio two residing In ono family. lug in tho United States. pink tmnuici, mid sprinkled with diamond Boston Courier. Thu s'sitnn, says Ixuidou Truth, is much uud of mental vigor one void of endurance Miss Isabella Bird, tho dauntless English Id tho city of Uoueii, Franco, successful dew drop, forms u luco pin of a rich descrip-alarmed by his increasing olxsity, nnd ho ami usually of low vitality. exx)rimeiits Inivo been currlisl out with tho tiou. in traveler countries, wns Why Ho Couldn't Soo It. has just summoned Dr. Schwouneiiger A palm unusually broad to shows great methods of treating sowngo by electricity. Topping ti tiiplo pronged hairpin Uu Lunch mult led ton bishop. "Is it nlwnys us cloudy as this in Chicago!'' Mile, Cntunl,tho newly appointed professor Constantinople from Berlin, for whoso ac- strength, un abundance of purely physical Tho "Hougio decimalo" Is tint imuioof tho of l'dl'lim violets in enamel, the exact couu "I sco no clouds, sir " uew photo-me-t rical unit. This is to Ixj thu tor pa it of liatuic, each leaf rimmed witli of general pathology in Bologna, hns begun n commodation a palace ou tho Bosphorus, at force, and suggest stolid und plodding "I mean Is It always ns smoky!" Thornplu, has been prcured, where he is to of simply instinctive energy. Jowolers' Hoviow. of thu nbxiluto light unit adopted tenth jvirt course of free lecturer ou bacteriology. "1 see no smoke, sir." stay for a week. The hand as nn liidox of character Is made by tho conference of lbSI. The Into Miss Amy Ixvy probably worked "Beg pardon, sir, but nro you blind!" Princess Lilly Dolgoroiiki hns a Russian up of three essential parts tho palm, tho ODD FACTS ABOUT SHOES. It lu reported thnt ft (icrmnn scientist hns herself to death. She begun publishing at 10 (Stillly) "No, sir; I nni the smoko inspectyears of nge, und at U7 hud Iwcouio n volu female orchestra nt thu Paris expo-i- t ion. thumb mid the lingers ocli of which in- or, Jr." Chicago Tribuue. an hiciindcM.'ont lamp arrangement Invented Tho young women tiru dressed In tho na- dexes essential elements in character und llfo. tho interior of a boiler limy bo Inby which Grecian shoes wero Kculiar in reaching to inluous mitiinr tional costume a white blouse uud skirt spected while still under steam. tho middle of tho legs. Violet Cameron, tho well known burlevpm with bauds uf embroidery nnd u spangled Sound Advice. NEVER FORGET. is now singing in concert halls. Shu red velvet coronet. Miuuto and interesting experiments hnvo actios, Tho present fashion of shoos was introduced "Mother, may I go speculate!" Even the player of the made pioviug tho popular idea into England in HKKl. is unkindly remarked, locotiio herself bassoon is woman. lately Wen has, it ".My son, you hadn't oughtcr; a But If you must, please do it straight. That the fairest llowcrs fade tho sootiest. that tho heusitivenoss of tho retina diminIn the Ninth and Tenth centuries the great- "u little fuded llower." Thu health of tho Prince of Wales lias so And don't go uear tba water." to bo incor- est princes of Europe wore wooden ishes outward to tho That knowledge leaves no room for chances. Amello Rives Chuuler says tho causo of her fur improved that tho apprehensions lelt by siioos Harper's Bazar. rect. That pride is never so offensive ns when In Ids relatives as to the existence of n clot of wero lu uso before ShakcxMiro's abandoning literature was the fact tliaterotiSlippers Irs'I) brought Into dUrepute by u blood, which caused so much anxiety u Tho introduction of electric lighting In lime, month chains. und vveru originally made "rights" and cisiu has A reiiilnlim Side Thrust. i mines, It Is lielloVcd, will rcMllt lu Its being lurgu number of female w rlters. since, nro for tho moment allayed. His high"lefts." That when men uro lonely they stoop to any yashnway Why, this is indeed n surprise, jsssible ., more ciroctlvely guard ngniiist tho "Oillda" has decided to give up novel writ- ness has been warned of tho probable, conse- couqiauioushlp Miss Summit. It must lie Ilvo years since I Shoes umoug tho Jiiwh wero mado of leath caving lu of tho walls nnd ceilings of tho ing, She feel that she is grow iug old nnd is er, linen, rush or vvooil; soldiers' shoes wero anxious to quit literuturu lxforoli.-- r admirers quences of uny undue exertion. That tho darkest cloud often contains tho saw you last. Indeed, I almost wonder that mines. sometimes made, of brass or iron you recognize me. most fruitful showers. begin to detect wenkuess in her pen. A Ilusslnu Inventor has introduced a most WORDS OF THE WISE. Miss Summit Ah, Mr. Dashaway, how Black shoes were worn by ordinary citiThat tho pui .' worship of 11 puro heart is nu Tho ilvugirlsof Boston to w liom .Mrs. Ionise curious ami Ingenious anemograph or recordcould one ever forget that coat of yours. inspiration uud u song. ing anemometer, in which the record zens, whitu ones by women, w lulu red ones Chandler Moulton dedicates her volumo of God oft has a great share In a llttlo house Clothier and Furnisher. indicates nt tho kuiio time, both tho velocity wero sometimes worn by ladies, uud purple short stories are: Miss Augusta C. Winthrop, Tlmt there may bo loyalty without love, Ho who stays in tho valley will uover got ones by coxcombs. .Miss Ulllnoy, .lllss Allen, .Miss Ko.so liolliligs-wort- h tho direction of thu wind. uud but uover love without loyalty. over the hill. familiar Cries. In tho reign of Richard II they were of and Miss Lang. According to tho theory of double sulpha- That u golden key will often find tho way Now across tho backyard gato Tho shortest way to do mnuy things Is to bo sup-Miss Kate Corey, XI. D., a grmlunto of tho i tho plate.-- i in lend accumulators should j such absurd length as to require to tlou, Bounds the old domestic yell, to unlock many a secret drawer. do only ouu thing nt once. Cecil Kir tod by lielug tied to tho knees w It li chains, University of Michigan, has recently been increase In weight during discharge; but As Ophelia calls to Kute, Every ono is weary; tho poot in seeking, tho That death is n sleepless messenger, and life to honorary membership in the Indi tJio latest theory presented to tho . sometimoi of gold and silver. "Can't you make your Jelly JsllJ" to a wakeful handmaid of creation. Springfield Homestead. In Mill thu English parliament took tlio ana Medical society, thu first time, It is stated, rich in keeping, tho good In learning. international conferoticc, tho cpjiosito is tho recognition has I wen ex tendril th ru to a case. Of making ninny Ixioks there is no end ; nnd s matter lu hand, uud passed nu act forbid this That tlio finest feeling volvoty paws of u much study is 11 weariness of tho llesh. At Our Sunday School Treat. kitten often covor tho shanest claws. Tho result of observations inndo during six ding shoos witli spikes uioro than two inches wouiiin. Archiluchf.ss Stephanie, the widow of. Tho slothful man suith: "There is a lion Vicar's Daughter Will you hnvo somo yeurs on thu durability of bteol rails (n Ger- -' In length being worn and miiuufiictuivd. That "doing ns well ns you know how" is In tho reign of William Rufu,s, of England, Crown Prlueo Rudolph of Austria, is living in without; 1 shall bo slain in tho street," man, Austria, Hungary, Holland and IIol-all right if you always know how to do well. tnorocake, Polly! ttrict retirement at Ischl, Her suite consists Polly No, thank'ce, miss; I'm full. In tho Eleventh century, n great beau, "Hol-i-rglum shows that an nveragoof thlrty-ilv- o In mouths of sun so Ilvo that months of Thnt it Is often uioro dillloult to oblitcrato of u ludy in wailing, a lady's maid, a courier Vicar's Daughter Then I think you may tho Horned," used shoes with sharp years may bo coutited upon as tho lifoof rails rain shall still lo happy. J. G. Whlttler. traces of spilled Ink than drops of spilled put somo lu your pockets. tuado of that metal. paints, rtulTed with tow uud twisted like nnd two footmen. Her curringes are Bhuplu Though the Urd bo high, yet hnth ho blood. nnd without crests, and drawn by two horses Polly (with rcgrot) Thoy ro full, too, A now beat motor has lately been Intro- - rums' horns. unto tho lowly; but tho proud hu Mrs. Burnett's purchase of u place in Surr That those who uro honest and earnest In mlis. Fun. Tlm Romans made use of two kinds of duced which operates without vulvos or ex- rey does not menu that she will forsake la-- huoweth nfar off. their honesty huvo no need to proclaim tho hnust, using tho Enmo uir over uud uvor again shoes thu solea, or sandal, which covered adopted country, but merely that when sho Mnuy people uro sincere without being simTho Mosquito. fact. nt each stroke, mid except for n small amount tho solo of the foot and was worn ut homo revisits h !' native laud sho wants Although tho gay mosquito now to Ilvo lu u ple. They do not wish to bo taken for other leakage would run indefinitely by tho find In company, mid tho calcuus, which covof Tlmt It nmy be well to test tho condition of Arouses our Ihey nro; ered the whole foot uud was always worn homo of her own and not to bo dejk'iident than what they should but they nro tilwnys simple iippltcntiun of heat and thu cooliu cut's claws Iwforo stroking Its fur tho wrong Yet when we take him all In nil be taken ior what Uon tho variable hospitality of English fearing lest I witli the toj;u when a person went abroad. medium. He seems to lid tho bill way. hotels. they aru not. Penelon. Harper's Bazar. ivcei-jimrn- PERSONAL GOSSIP. In Germany the public schools nro ull Henry Clow.' hobby U his tM.OOO lnth-rootaught by men. Tho girl of Alaska or ready for society as Judgo Mnurlca J. Power has n umula for soon ns tlioy rwch their teens. walking, (t Isosllinntod thai there are no fewer tlioti Secrotary W'lndom is a groat Ixdlover In !W1.() slghtlcw twggnn In Franco. i oxerclMi. There Is n miilo In Cambridge, O , Unit Li (Icn. Ijw Wnllnco riivlvn! f',0U) for 4? yo.tr ilil nnd U mill u good worker hlsktory, "IJenHur." The newest Purls bungle bracelets of sliver Senator Hoar, of MawnchuwHts, U tho nre ornamented with small llllgrco muii. flniMt linguist In congress Bible, cannot I xi prlntisl In Mntlrld fnst Henry grown enough In meet I ho demand for thorn in has placedIrving hason anti-fa- t much stouter nnd himself diet StJIIII Mr Spurgoon, tho llaptlst preacher, Is 1'lic ImhIoii m)IIco iiru iui ordered to gradually bocomlug a coullruii-i- l Invalid, wimr I hi in mlilxTor noiseless IxfotFiit night , pixh-triai- STRAY BITS. I BRIC-A-BRA- HOMES OF GREAT WRITERS. LITERARY LIGHT8. ior trncKeo ico como in cut clo-gn- Jeo j J s 11 hrix-iule- s brlc-tfhru- c s I i' s I n s ' J nine-tenth- in.-ul- e rl YrI M Har-per'- 3 y ic-w- - o Ich u ' inneit dm-(crie- M bow-wo- llo din-iiioi- miITi-oi- ci;i jew-Blix- 1 h tx-e- Mnr-riag- o non-elasti- c, H I 1 t, J ro-s- ct 11 j i i .sj". jj&iUvi'i'&2'y '..fiim .? . . ,Wi.-i- u im.'?i V . WrW.. . .'v..,-- . V W?r''izgirrT''-- i till UlllllHlfjtfTllMW M1,IW Mil MTfc- - ?rr"t,"vr'" '"vm'i'-V- s Semi-Week- ly t t Interior Journal AT Pleased With Texas. (To the Kditor of the Interior Journal) THE HOUSEHOLD. My Now Houso on Main FOR Published Evory Tuonday and Friday s$Q J?BJR. YKAn,IN ADVANCE $2.50 will be charged." rWhcn not to paid LEAVENING POWER Of the varions Baking Powders illustrated from actual tests. BOVALlPurciHaBMBHBainMta GRANT'S (Alum) .. ! miMFORD'S (!nih),.,wmmmmmaammmm HAK FORD'S (when freth) CHARM DAVIS (Alum and 0. K. (Alum)aaBMBMHaHBM CLEVELAND'S riOREER (San Francisco) CZAR Ktiiki.. Tk.xah, Oct. 6th. I notice in looking through your paper the dentil of real James A. Moore, the estate man of Kings villi". He was a irood citizen and will ho missed 1y his many friends. 1 send my eympntliyto the. hroken hearted wife and family. 1 left Kentucky for Texas in 188S, one year ago this month. My home was in Lincoln comity, V. miles south of Stanford on the road which was called the Someiset nnd Stanford road and has since been huilt a pike. 1 think the I.one Star State is good enough for me; the sojl is very rich and productive. 1 am situated in Orayson county in tlio northern part of the State. This land readily sells at Xi per acre. It produces from 10 to 12 harrels of com per acre; from 20 to 10 bushel of wheat and fiom 7o to SO bushels of oats. Crops are tine this season. Cotton is selling for , . ... well-known St., THE BABIES. Homo Art unit Homo Comfort. Thero Is no such labor of lovu among; nil tho delightful cmploytnonta to which wo as tho manuKivo tho namo of fancy-worfacture of tho dainty belongings for tho baby's uso and comfort No material is too delicately tinted, no fabric too softly lino for tlto llttlo darlings; and fond lingers linger over their tusk with carcrtstng touches, not one of which Is vainly bestowed, for to nchlavo prottlneso require. careful manipulation and attention. Tho decoration ot tho crndlo Is ono of tho most nttraetivo of theso labors, ami mora or less work may bo put upon It, according to fancy or convenience. Uur Illustration k "self-soug- Stanford, Ky. For term apply to Mr V. II Hlggint, Stanford, or lu me ill Danville, Ky. I.tTTlK N HOt.MF.S 3' S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MT, VMHNON, Iv V. Office neit door to WhiteheiJ'i Drug ''tore. Special attention given to diteaiet of children r;-- f. r t" Sails, Shingles and Shoes For Sale. HARRY A. EVANs, Ten Thomand 1'Ut R11N aed 10,000 Poplar Shingles, I hato on hand Men , '.VSmen Mlte' and Children' Shoe, matin by Altrr, Korwood &. Co. and Mundclle, winch will tell in tho rry lowett have ImiukM Ihem .tutl they mint be pricet old My ttock i complete ail thoe who want l).HL'nln can k'"t litem b) rallniit. I mc.111 luiti-- i" ' If Vtr.t- V, Turnertv.llo. 1 1 ANALYTICAL STANFORD, CHEMIST, KY J. T. STJTTOK A CO iiustonvijjLE i:y. Are tlill In ihu I utlnrtt and ready tn do any. thing III the t'mlef liikluj; lino W e have a full tloel of Caea and L.tnlti it ol jll kludt and Robei of eierr derriptinn Our h'a'te, wlnrb It nearly new can be olitnniotl ..11 tlmrl notice Mr J. II. Urren hat clitre ofrtir butinrtt and will thow our Kootlt to any one needing 4U)tlilng in our Hue tf Engineorincr and Survoyinp; in all branches. IHSS4L.l)TION ! lucentaapounu. I $j, VM I LUSSirllH mmmm Wiuw JJBfTO tf,n TYL"ii -- Siaec i by The cop.irtnerhlp ol McKobert mutual content diMol i'd, Mr Sl.iu rrtlrln, and will liertaftcr be lomlurtiHl by W. II. the buinc On Dnelliugt, llmiM-holFurniture, htret, McKoberts At. , apply to the t Id nnd the The acroutitt will be Jointly collected books will be at the old ttand, and ill' we Indebted Julm Welirr and Henry CUut have opened a to lit cantettlc anytlay. We dclrt' to exprett Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. hiet.Ie liter ltnit'lij Lmliirtt rt luiuli.in City our tiiuere thank to our nittomcrt for llici kind and ..ie pri pared to nirni-- the pubfic In bf tea ol Yourt truly, p dofii Iclliet, ai patronage. Liiihtitin): ihmti atti-heani t'tmaget paid civ reitsiwlilc ratet. .Xnd McKOIIEKTS t SPAM? 3j wliclbcr fire ntuc or n it )our oiiliit to t tie in line. I at Juiiitlun City t t'.EO H IIKLCF--. Aent. 17 e, Established 1825. FOB, IITSTJRAXTCE B E3 E h IR- I 'A-J- DR. TRICE'S SHOW FLAKE (GroiTx) CONGRESS . HECKER'S CIUETS HAnTORD'S (None Such), when notfteth. PEARL (Andrews & Co.). HOHrORD'S (Phixphate), when r.ot frcth...MMl Eeports of Government Chcsiists. " The Royal Baking Powder Is composed of pure nnd wholesome ingredients. It does not contain cither alum or pli6sphatcs, or other injurious substanccs.-E- D ward G. Lovk, Ph.D." shows a barttlomit te of enameled Iron, I. M. BRUCE, whlto with gilt mountings, draped simply W.H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. with whlto mull curtains edged with stasis, ION DON, KY, Powd.-- r is undoubtedly lace. Theso nro sewed to rings nt tho "The Royal Baking AIho Lund tuitl HtiK'k Good turnoult and tadtlle hortct alwayt lor hit top, which permit them to bo slid back and the purest end most reliable baking powder on rcannaMj term- - I ondon It lb mott convenSTANFOUD, KY forth on tho projecting rod which serves as offered to the public. ient point on the railroad to retch placet in th A 1 done tu leave Kentucky t will tell at K' eai a canopy. Tho upper grapery Is of llgured tacririce 2 taw mill complete with jo hore boiler in the mountain t ticn o'lhe Mate 10 " Henky A. Mott, M. D Ph. D." In COMMKIICIAL SI'F.CIAI. AHF.NTION to wR-oOriental silk In dclicato pompadour colors. and ohore enjlnct, t 11 workt. I01 burkboard, "The Royal Baking Powder is purest in qualtprniK wag- traveler 3 horte llortc. and mulet bought and t.ld. It Is In two straight breadths edged with a on and harnettwaROnt. ofcattle, 3 millet, horte. 3 oke ity and highest in strcnrjth of any baking powhnrtetand teliltlct uted in livery. jabot of plut Vnl. lace, and Is (IrajHMl up nt gntl mill complete, and my farm of Jfto acret of Onlvtint-cla- tt der of which I have knowledge. AIo agent for the end or ttio bar with a bow pink nob Und well timbered. Will tell privately MART SMITH, " Wm. Mc.Murtrie, Ph. D." blue ribbons, und finished ruohe Maywuotl, kjr WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO- of plulted ribbons. A similar bow Is tied at All Alum baking powders, no matter how E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor high their strength, are to be avoided as dantho foot of tho foirceftiMirftr. Phosphate powders liberate their gas gerous. Thr linlngo ed for tho insldo of ! at1 loo freely, or under climatic changes suffer de- tional instance to tho oft repeated and I tho cradle. Tho first Is of mull or Bwiss No Hotel in Kentucky hat a better reputation, terioration. I with to tell in)farm of (I atret tituated on and lit pr priMor it determined thai generally accepted declaration that cor-- j the Lamatler pike two nnlct from Stanford Ihe thall b maintained. AS'll IlAIKV AIIM of 1S0 Acret Lind It all grass, a emf'irtab'c dwelling ol 4 punmuiis are suuueba ua uuvuiupeu 111 I Will tell at a bargain in I.eaenworth lounty. Kaniat. within J3 milet roomt It tituated upon It dwell' of KantatCuv, Mo. All lenced; ti A BENEDICT, htanf..rd. tlie recent meeting of the directors of 41 He hat recently a 'Jed 10 lit appoinlmrntt for the Ii a Candidate subject Democratic nomination for the Louisville & Nashville railroad. It ' ling barn and tmoke home, loacretci nne nearto the primary. Oct. la. Countv ludce. ing apiile orchartl. J mret 01 Krapet aim otner by neter fallmall fruit mainificeiilly watered -was in reference to the widow of the late ing tpringt. Country ihlcklr teltled and church-e- t Alto G. B. J. F. Lemon, the passenger conductor' tchoolt and railroad near Land atljtiinn MT. VERNON. KT. ami ,in li..iipr hld at S.o to w ner aire '1 hrre It who was killed by Wm. Braeme, while First-Clas- s ti a Candidate for the Democratic nomination for Llvory a fortune In thit for an induttr.out man. 1'ricc I Thit old and lloiel.'it ttlll maintain A Coanty Clerk, subject to the actum of the primary in the discharge of his duty. Jjoiicr awe on eaty trrmt. Addret. When the election, Oct. 19, mg itt Ane reputation. Chargrt reatenable. Spe- To accommoda e t.e demandt of hit increated M. I'M ll'S JOHN , matter was brought up it was ordered trantlent pairorage. Iletl Tiirnoutt furnuhed KiKtn'04.- 1 l. lie IlllllUlllg, lJll.t iny,.Mi cial altenlioH to the trateling public 6 im 2MLISS ,l. I" NKWCOMII, Prop., Cotmncrtitl I'ravelert andnthert tnat she be given suitable employment! Mi Vernon, Ky, na" 1880. It a Candidate for Superintendent of Public in one of the ollices of the company with 1880. School of Lincoln county, lilectlon Auguit, 1890. pay equal to the salary of her late bus- - j KENTUCKY'S CREAT H. M'ROBEKTS, AI. D., baud, and for immediate personal needs LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. HtllV HASKET. B. $'2o0 was voted to her. President Not ton llnfn np kIIp!u. wlili-W ICY. m. V "& tlio llttln ' WB1 nnrt STANFORD. 1 J a Candidate for Countv Attorney, subject to iulded;to this his personal check for S100 bod und pillows. I Tho edge of tho cradle Is I Office nn I. ancatter Street, oppotitc Curi Haute THE LARGEST AND FINEST j the action of the Democratic party. mm. V and other members of the directory finished with a fall of nntiquo laco sewed to Having removed ta ihlt place (torn Liberty, to swelled the sum to 500. This purse lH0 insld0 of tho lmin nmt ccrInB tho practice lilt profettion, calilt the attention til the HOTEL IN an-tlq- Sherman, which is tho county seat of' Urayson.lLlThu population of the city is about 10,000. We can brag on the wealth of our beautiful little city. We have a fine brick jail which cost the county $100,000, a cotton compress, 11 good system of street railways, an Ice factory, a steam power Jbrick factory, planing mill, roller mill, telephone wires all over the city and telephone connections with neighboring towns within a radius of 00 miles, the streets are lighted with gas anil electricity and wo have good schools both in town and country. In passing around I meet up with many of my old Kentucky friends and they tell me they are willing to reside in the Lone Star State. I do not write this article for an advertisement, but if any of my friends wish to settle in a healthy country let them come to Kthel, Grayson Co., Texas. I , Jo"N' " "EEn f M"MMMS I Tiik L. & N. An. Hioht An ese'i-- l f' lliJgfM' l I I'VE, ff'Jrr s & A FOE. SAXiE Brick House and Lot, WOOD I WALLACE, I 313 Ft) STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. OiiSo.nertet ttrect, at pretent occupied by Mr tletirable plate and can be It II Cooper A obtained at a bargain Atldret or call on W It. ANDKRSON, Harper, Kani., Or P M McKOHKR IS, Stanford. Ky. OutfLttor Men's .mil Avenue, Louisville, - C. A. BENEDICT & CO., All iieiMn withing a pleatai.t life and well pleated wife let thou ute Talent Flour mad at Stanford Roller Mill Ctll for it at your grocery, and If they hate not got It on hand, urge them to keep it or get tn order from them and get it at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleatant Kentucky. andititcrettuig lainily oS W N I'lins, Stiptrintendenl ar.d Sale FABM FOR SALE $$$ I ivcry, ud Stable iPu lltltCKLONN'ETTB. I with to tell my Farm of 170 Acre, tituated in Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, the llyatltulleatid Kirktillr pike, 4 mllet iroin It 11 well watered, lias upon It a coml.aneanr ky fortable dwel'ing home, ttable, orchard in frt, 1 hae alo four Weill drilled 10 order and I'uinpt luiiiithed at all the necettary comeniencet. other iractt I would tell. factory pnect. 3 WEST, 38 J IIANSHEKK "tanfokd, ll)ttillc. -- UJ i SAW MILL FOR SALE! m, sue m iw 1 1 1 f i.r0 THE MYERS HOUSE nr-m- For Sale a Sacrifice. For Salo THOMAS W.VARNON COOPER $&ffl$&'3ttl 111 - - J NEWCOMB n HOTEL. Fool and Hilliard PurlorH Stable 1 1 KATE BOGLE Sj-t- JOSEPH PAXTON 0. the (.Ai;r house, THE 0ITY. f If Ill HARRY A. EVANS W. F. McCXARY Is a Candidate for Surveyor of Lincoln county, dere.it sympathies and condolences of subject to the Democratic l'rirnjry Election, to be n,.,.Mt,..l i,v iii th., tli.. iwiuni held October, iSSo. " hKiit in which it was donated, file best part of this incident wnsthe secrecy con- . was sent to Mrs. Lemon with the , ,,,i l,r School, subject a Candidate for Superintendent of Public to the Democratic Primary Election to be held in October. It cerninj it maintained by the directors, It didn't leak out until several days after the meetinj:. Owensboro Messenger. t m OTIS P. NEWLAND tt a Candidate ject to the for Jailer of Lincoln County, action of the Democracy. sub- - SAM M. OWENS I'- a Jailer of Lincoln It a Candidate for county. sublcct to the action of the Democratic ftrty. G. S. CARPENTER tub - It a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln connty, jectto the anion of the- Democratic party. J. N. MENEFEE Tt a Candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action ol lire Lincoln Countv Democracy. E. It a Candidate subject to the It a Candidate I. KENNEDY Atvstor of Lincoln County, action of the Democracy. for The annual Meeting of the stockholders of the Central Kentucky Fair Association was held Saturday eveuing . at the The death of Mr. V. .. Lyle, the late president, created a vacancy in the board of directors that was filled by the election of K. P. I'ltuleontr. Thepeisoniiel of the old board, withtbis exception, remains unchanged. Charles l Cecil was elected to the vacant presidency. The association, as n token of their great respect anil affection for Mr. Lyle, unanimously passeii a resolution appropriating 250 for the purchase of a suitable testimonial as a memento o( the high regard for the lato president of the association, the popular, polite and capable W. J. Lyle. IJ.tnville Atlvo-- . court-house- that he pub lie to the Is lmri. nun thn rL,T3TTEl!T1?T?' Tho hnhr-hnskdty or nlghtto anter .allt in tnn or country. Thirty yean ofhlt hie wereapentin Stanford and larctlonnelte, with rose or bluo satin cov- " " he dretiit II unneiratary to tpeak el hi ability at, RATES cred with mult. Tho outor part of tho apbytiilan and tuigevn A tharcof the jiatren basket is covered with tho samo, und It is in rttnltoM nnd I'iiwh, age ol the people ofsianford and vie mty itatked tt d eep rufdo of embroidery. trlmnicU wlth by turn 03 ii Tho handlo of tho basket Is wound with u stripof satino and covered with upuftltiB of KENTUCKY T. H. B. ASSOCIATION, IMPORTANT CHANCE OF TIME. tnulL, nnd a band of boaJ lug run witti a i.KXiNt'.rnN, oci Mioiq 1 iW i, the time ol tralnt an On and after Sept 7'vTrv. thN N.AM V,K I) "Old Kentucky Roule" will beat follow. csy&s iir .j Monday, October 14th. bait null daily ev hun It. I.etisgion 11 43 a.m. .inA-ni- r ti ii iii j I sdRC. EiACES. fact will be ready at all htmrt V g:uOo $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- ' ING TO MOMS. RtSMN IIATHS IN HOTEL KX vK;JK- JL'iti' I Cf.-rj!- - ' .iTi frCilfl.'f J .V ' 3 yi p m, Accomodation, " H m p. m. Vettiluled Kx., " Sun i 10 a 11 Accom arr l.etisgtH dal) et. ' 11 41 p. nt. Fatt mall. Vtwlibuled K. arrive Letinto daily 4 1 Tuosday, October 16th, l.ctingioti at 7 yi a m itaUy and Traint loatiug arriving at in a p in daily listt beeH withdrawn. Clatt, 14 nomlnaOuaranteed Staket, - 5.000 J. L. MURPHY, tiont hortet to be named Oct J. D YARRINf.lON, l I" A I exiugtun Staket, id V. P. 149 nomina S A. lllt()MIIKRG,Tr.iv Pat. Agt , J.noo tiont l.ctington, Ky. I'urte t.ooti i Clatt, Trotting Spciial Staket, 3 year-old- t aj nomlnationt $i,jk Atlaud Staket, ycarlmgt, 31 noininaiiant .. Sy Speiial Sttket, old, o nomlnationt ioo 1 30 Clatt, trotting ....I'ur.e i,omi 1 1 P- - ytar-oldt, Wednesday, Octohor 10th, Free For All, Pacing1 Johntton barred Purtc H Stallion Stake, a 13 Cla, it nominationt. S6 numinatlons Kentucky Staket i.onti FOR RENT. Within a half nrte of l.iiuatter Kentucky, i,u 7- - 1'iirw i.poo Claw, Trotting Clatt Trolling 1'iitto i.Jco Trotting Iclats and conditiont to be announced later) l'ursi' a ooo Match Yearling btalto A Patron colt tt. a Wiltoh colt 3 oeo i-j-- Thursdny, Octobor 17th, A Good Houso & 260 Acros 111 ; j'17 Claw, Pacin; 1:40 Clatt, Trotting Stakes, 4)e.tr-olilIlliie-ffM- Friday, Octobor 18th, t Purte 1,000 I'urte i,aeo Oflaml, 40 At rt in clover Dio land can be corn or renlrtl at a whole or in lur elt. to go tmall Ktain, tuhjett tn the ptxlcrence of renter, would prefer tn rent for a tenet of yoart In Lai.iattrr, on Daitill' avuiur, a flrtt ckt ImuMt In a Warding lioutv, right large gijl it.it of repur, within a few f of the " ..,, S cute. I'll I.t) V. narrow or blue riubon is sowed over tho top of the luimlio aud aroUnd tho cdKe of tho baskcL A jabot of luco und loons of ribbon trim onosldo of tho basket, ui satino t'lIlllnTCNINO roso-coloro- d ICelitucky will garner tho best crops of the decade this fall, and it is supple- merited with abundant "mast " but rat- Klcciiou August, i&. ,1.1.,.. not been so dull on the matl:.-- t since the war, ami other elates of live R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S., stock sympathize with thodeeline in cat- tin. Motof the tohaeco produced in DENTIST. street, oppotite I'ortinau Home, the Shito will scarcely pay for its pro- OOiceon Main up tulrs. Nitrout Onde li.it given for painlen duction, and thus the outlook dor. tho extracting. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Kentucky granger is not as roseate as tho bounty of Providence would indicate. Between the meat trust and the W. B. tiirill", the farmer is hoeing. row that ia DENTIST. crowded with stumps, grubs ninl weeds. Office South tide Miin ttreet, in oftue recently -- Louisville Times. vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky A teriihlt hiirrirune lias visited the VARNON, Island of Sardinia. One hundred s were buried in the debris of buildAttorney at Law, Kentucky. ings shattered by the storm, ami 150 per Stanford, wins were killed. Will practice in altthe count of tint and adjoin-ocounties and in the count of a mica I. Mitt Larklut a biliout ond feebl: and kick, lOfliceover McRobcrtt ft Stage's druj; ttore. And it seemed at if nothing would cveirclieo fur Clerk of the Court of Appeals, subject to the action of the Democratic party. 2tt. F. Blrlnttlcy 1:10 Clatt, irottnig St.iliiun htakea, a 30 Clatt, Saturday, October 10th, a jjj u, iMirtion ol Ihe low it. I) M Mt. Addtett ANDI.RM1N. l.ttifiticr, Ky rtitunty aukci, ',a 1" "'P FnlriHt la Purtt clotti Sa1unl.1v. S.nl jR l.,iw Kxrur.inn Rate n all nilrajv I auiet Irtti on year oiut 30 iioiniualiona.. I'urte 1,500 1,730 6to J IK. ISILTOIsr CRAH ORCHARD. Dealer In KY L ?-- 1 (? JOHsioN. Pretidcnt KD A TIPTON, Secy, lxtington.Ky Dry Goods, Notion3, Hats, Caps Hoolt, Shoot. Clothing, Hatdware, Queens-warI'liiwarc, r iiinitute and a e, 'fIB3EAWi BBMHbSslBWTns M i " ? - , which Is cako of flno whl'n hiup u paper of pins, u 3iSEH 'HOME . LOUISVILLE, KY. "H'U BMIli!j Fnrmrs" iticcrt.sful Ccnoral Lino of Crocerlos, All kludt of I'rt'd ace taken Futicy Candiet, C'roit 'I let, Ikr. 111 DR. PENNY, 1 iif744iA iPM''AL JvJsfttoatitvK'l4lt'?o-5'W- . - -- VrMi5 "'TjsfillUtt? i'ii&w : " eaiil,B "Sricultjul Journal of ths South and Wen. ' exiliane for i;oodt. SS2 B t5 w O -- i Mado by Farmora for A B - WALLACE E. per-wii- fvWW'f'J--3.lt Vi'sr Wd&hZ foQttifi&tisxM&k tWk-1'- WJS''wfwS'1 y'tWw'ffnwv !BIXiVV,,t'e5C','wi ' record of nKTiculturc, Home Tint notice furewarm liunlert. tuliernieli mid has no equal, litery topic relntmtf AN" per' tu iRricnltureii openly iliscu.seil in ha coliiinns otl.crt not to trotpatt n our Unit without lit'l-ethe all sin h will be prntpuited " Ihe farmers themselves No expente lit .pared- mitalon, ntof tho law. Signed extent " cnriiij: n Hill accuu-i- t of eterv tttable uc- POSTED. 11 '" ' SSK$ XiliisL T'--4' Ku 'to-A- v SNs. her. Her livrrwat clftK11'' ililmpuriti thick, And her ttomach vt.it centtantly liurning vtith I keep on hand n No, quality of Jcllico. Lily fever and Nut Coal in my yard. Leave your ordert at Of the G. M. D. the bought a supply, , will be itt tend Yard or S. S. Myert' ttore aud they And uircUHins for ukinj; purtued to tho letter d to promptly. J. II. IIIG01NS, ' I'wat ihe Lett thing on (tartli the could possibly Star ford Ky oj Attention, Coal Burners. 1 mMw' SStli'i-rf- 3t sji&r d"jVVi2irfWat it,. fiWif' IJ ' &&i&'oi 'i!4'J& ' r &a'tViJy 7 ..' ' ,,tAPkr-S- n, ." ' " A j.k iirlxk ,la"y llfc- preatnted In a form S II SHANKS. S II. llAL'tiHMAN, ",,ich nlake " 1'laCn to all. u:ul MRS. HF.NRY IIAUGHMAN. A M FF.LAND K.T PKNCK, nBLISTOFCONTRIBUTORO JOHN W 1IUI,.MI.S, P C. PAUllISH. Coiitiins the nimesof thcmo't'irogrchtivc farm- - A. J IIAVDKN, M. L. RICHARDS. of lnc !io"lh und Wett, t!k- - do not tient D. V. HOI..MFS. rr'1 f theoretical farming hut or Hie actual comli- - I'HII.IIKRT RICHARDS t,,,ns which confront ns II I' Jbliii.ttm , WVIdol'. Ilron : Henry Stewart .John M.Mnlit j rrcori1 of ,llelr - FARMERS' OWN PAPER. koht'4Mcai.isii;k, fiirti itniitiru hut 1)1 McUOIIICKTSJR. M.S. IIAl't.HMAN, v 1 f tt I WM. ADAMS & SON, 4 II ROADWAY. 11 11 1. equally A HOME MAGAZINE, r U lively Mibjrct of interest to the fully ticatcd. Mary Marwlcn. I.ulsCalesliv. Mrs TLiviess, Miss Cabell, Jim aloiy, Itriwn. Mrs. Plice Wliitton and n score of othsri will contrifi- utc icKiilarly home-make- C IWvrnr; Steele's IMvon . T II llalditin iin.1 a ho.t ofotlu-r-t make thit ioiirnul indiHueiiNildc. P.l'onlilcff.Velboru.Hiiili'rilrook;Jolin R. B. GEOGEGHAN, LEXINGTON, - KY. .loreuvci, SUCCKSSOR TO M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, 611 4TH AVKNUR, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Tho Nobbiest & Most Stylish Stock of te And toon, very toon, Mitt Lurktnt wat better. G M. D. which the totik wat Dr. i Grildvii Medical Ditcover), the great reuicdy for Notice Sarah Cook't Adjir., I'Iff., bronchial, throat und lung tliteatet, nick headIII vt, iUfah Cook't Hrt and Crt., Ptllt. ) Crcditurt, ache, scrofula, dttptptia and till diteatot that All personi having claimt against thn estate uf hare origin in impure blood mid a ilitordcrcd Tiler taran iook, uccu.,urcncrcuy noiiiicu 10 111 tiiein "y. FAITH LAIIMCR Lincoln Circuit Court. The Is hi charge of our Children's Department, nnd she has the peculiar faculty of being both interesting and Itiktriictive. 'i.ii . f ' rfK. j'. w, with thn unuertigiieu Cotn'r p.oprly proten and October, iStlj. vc.if.cd by the 19th tiav-of The C. C. A. 77, si ., Kood healthy, pnarl'j tkm. Few are aware of tho .hurt time it akoa for a ditnrdt ted liver to , .Nonco James Ku ..ink, Admr., Pllf , C1M. Mwh ,le faCll ,, dark (Miy ,k)n Olio bottle of IIIUJOS' III.OOD PUIIIFIEU and JitEubankt' Hr and Cr , Deflt ) Croultors All pcrtoni having daunt agaiiitt thn vtiate of HJ.OOll MAKKK will rettorc thit organ to itt lame Lubailky, decd'd, are htrebv not lied to nnural and healthy ttale, and clcaut the blood ofl.,mp,,,,e.. It., meetin, w.th wonderful e cuaranteo every bottle. A. It Pen- nuctets. (S. M DAVISON' October, 1889 ny. Drugk'itt. Matter Coai'r Lincoln Cir. Ct. m ". 7 LillCOlll CirCUit COUrt. ' What C""'' antiseptic healing minlitiet mI..-IJ. Fortuno H. 'rzF cut-wor- r s $B'iiXM.Jg&,S -1. WW turn THE MYSTERY OF THE NATION - & COMPANY" f ,r r Is a thrilling htory nppeurlnij In Homi: avc I'Avm, by John It. JluMtk, ami U exciting wide iittentioii. bhort utorici by ilUtitiipilslicd writers appear from time to time. BILL ARP'S LETTERS s Appear hi each Imuc, nnd this humorous philoiio-jilttwas never more interesting than at tldf time. r HAT including the world-renown- ed F.ver brought to tho city ot Louitvllle, now opcr 9 CREAM i IX ITS KIHTflHIM, lF.P.lltT.UF,.NT KNOX & JOHN D. STETSON & CD'S. HATS And alto my own importation of Knglish Hsu and Caps, An elegant lino ol Canes and Lyou'i Celebrated Umbrellas alwayt on hind. Fin. . Scpk .... t;iiiuTi:Mxn Pin:r nts or sii.vr.u. piece of linen bobbin, a pair of sharp scissors, a box of violet or roso baby powdor, ft bottle of whlto vasollne, u llttlo pot of cold Kalr Trade and Farmers' Rights." cream, a roft brush, und a comb, .,., u v Walton, sunford. and i.i cover for the baby- Tho embroidered s,md worked in thit Semi Weekly Imtebiok Journai. and the carriage I of heavy 6atlu-lino"omoand Farm one year each tho called ltoman embroidery. ' n IfOMB and Farm cpenks boldly and fearlessly Ii behalf of " Fanners' Rights ,r It favors n iiilon of tlietnrlirin behalf of the farmer : Itettci roads for the farmer J Free MjII Delivcrj' to i amonir the farmers, nml It aim U to " llutt Trusti," Us motto Is r LEXINGTOlNr.KV . '!hh ' SEAL SKIN SA0QUES, CAPS, Gloves and other Furs, a tpccialty. Orders out tide of city tollcited, perfect mtlifa tior Kturati teed. Don't fail to order a NOiiUY HAT .'' !): '. f -- z- - - Ti it. ,m . 1 -in,r r " ..'A. ;.. . . , . 4V t , , . f . jv.;u., ,,