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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889121701 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. V- - Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI I. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 4889. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. CHURCH NO. 88 Santa Claus, Santa Claus, Santa Claus ! HEADQUARTERS at AFFAIRS. W. B. I Motets' 3DBUG STOPE. of- have the largest stock - PIiUSH In town, consisting of GOODS The American UibleSociety in its 7'2 The juveniles have derided on Christmas evo for their enteitniument ut yenrs of existence hns issued 50,000,000 Miller'u Hotel. of Bibles. Itobert Poor, nn old and highly resJ. 1 Sandifer wns installed elder of pectable citizen of Lower Onrrard, died the Presbyterian church justorgnnizednt suddenly lnat week at the advanced age Middlesboro. of 8? yeatw. Steve Holcomb, the reformed gamCitizens of Lancaster, don't fail to bler, will hold a revival at London, be attend thu McGibney Family entertain- ginning Jan. L ment at the Opera House Dec. 127th. Plymouth Church Ueecher'ti), of Tills if) a rare chance to see a splendid Brooklyn, during the past year has lost troupe in a small town. 72it members. Receipts were $44,08'.!. The protracted meeting at tlio PresThe Inrgest oysters in the world are byterian church closed Sunday evening found in South Australia. They areas, with 111 additions. Much good has grown large as dinner pinto and onels enough out of the teachings of Dr. McKce, who to furnish soup for several church sup- has talked to his congregation in a plain, fatherly manner, which has caused them peis. The "Gleaners for the Kingdom" willl to relied on their conduct. Ilrethrcu have a llaar and Supper Dec. 20th, for' and sisters should dwell together in of foreign missions, and it' christian love and forgeviness and we the benefit will open at o'clock i. t. to accommo-- j hope the good resolutions will not soon date our country fi lends. be bioken. ( 11 1 -- GREAT- Bargain Comes up Store! SHAPE For- - IN GRAND Brush and Comb Sets from $1.50 upwards, Photo and Autograph Albums in every style & shape. My Holiday Book line is large and well selected, to suit all ages and sexes. Dolls mid Doll Ilugxius, a Large Variety. have all the latent lames and Blocks for children; Toy and Wagons from loc to S3. 50 Don't forget that my stock of Jewelry and Silverware h large and consists of everythingin the line. Come and sec my stock and be convinced that all your Holiday wants are here and at bottom prices. I Ex-pres- W. A. Arnold lias bought of the lluilding Loan Astoria! ion the Price piopcrtv on Stanford Avenue and moved with his family into same. The family of James Price-- have moved to ICnoJc-villTenu. Col. D. It. Collier was with us last week. .Marshal Hamilton has returned with Ids bride and for the present are at I'ncle Ittilic Xnylor's. .Mrs. F. ltrown, who has been couliued to bur room for a long time, has been attending the Presbyterian meetings. -HUSTONVILLE. Mrs. Hootmnn, aged 01, wns received ' e. s The BEST Place to Buy Your Hol- iday Presents Is From All persons indebted to thu Una of Weatherfoid it Cook, of Ilustouvillc, will please will mid settle their accounts lx'fou or by the 1st of January. Fou Sai.k. A general line of groceries, queeiiHware, haidivnte and in the town of Ilustouvillc. Only More of the kind in town, Storehouse for rent. Iteason for selling want to engage in other business, J. Wuhh. One thousand silver dollars weigh 71 pounds. There id over $1 1,000,000 of cold coin in the in New York, and n new vault is nuked for to hold it. The Indiana refused to agree to the nale of the Cherokee strip and came near raising a row with the commission. The republicans elected their candidates for municipal offices in Ilopkiiib-vil- l by an average majority of "t". Mr. Jackhon, sister to Dictionary Webster, is dead in Middletown, X. Y., w here her brother once taught school. The Southern press has undertaken it commendable enterprise in its plan to raise u monument for JeHersou Davis. A mass convention has been culled to meet at Somerset, January !), to urge the improvement of the Cumberland river by locks and dams. A woman in Kdmonson county whose- dog is threatened with death by those whose sheep he killed, has written to Governor lluckner asking for a pardon for him. Mrs. Ham Secrist, of Anthoston, pointed pistol which she didn't think wus loaded at I'd Woods. It was loaded of course, and when it went oil' it took Woods' life along with jt. The Oklahoma House, Kansas City, hub tired by a discharged cook and .Ins. Unsscll was burned to death, while several others were injured by jumping y A. E. You arc invitod PENNY! to call and oxamino our stock, whoro You Will Find Beautiful & Useful Presents; Consisting of into the Methodist church, at Hooblck Falls, N. Y., Sunday. After serving the devil nearly n century, the old woman t has concluded to swap musters just ns she is cioss'tug the stream. A carpenter nt Uulltdo committed suicide because work wns very mill in his trade, leaving n note saying: "The bible records that in my Father's House The mammoth double front room bcin" nre many mansions and as some of them must need repairing, I go thither expecting to get a job as I wns n good carpenter on earth." Kev. .1. S. Coleman has just closed a revival at Whitesville of two weeks duration, in which he was assisted by Uev. J. S. Felix. There were 50 additions to For the occasion. Thousands of Handkerchiefs, including every line the church and .'!." candidates for baptism nnd shade of Silk; also a dazzling display of Neckwear, Headwear, to whom the ordinance was administerExactly six years ed bv Dr. Coleman. &c, and in the more ago and in the' same pool Dr. Coleman baptized tftl converts. In these six years be hns held four meetings besides, nnd j hns ndded between !fc"0 nnd 400 members to the church. Owensboro Messenger. ' The annual meeting of the Bible SoSuch as ciety wns held nt the Presbyterian church Sunday night and wns presided over by President George II. Bruce. Reports of1 ' the year's work were read nnd ofllcers for the coming year selected ns follows: A. C. Sine, president; the pastors of the various county churches vice presidents; John J. McKoberts, secretnry, and M. L.' Wc display every style and shape of garment in favor; also a full Bourne, president. The repository was line of continued at the store of the treasurer,, where the public can always buy bibles! at actual cost. The executive commit-tee is composed of .Mrs. W. G. Unney, ' Mrs. Nancy Tyree, Mrs. J. P. Bailey, Dr. Including some very handsome Overcoats and Suits, all of which will G. W. Bronaugh, John A. Allen, B. K. be sold at Bro-- ; Wcnrennnd G. ). Wenren. Dr. nnugh was appointed to see Unit the jail are kept supplied with and billcs. The next meeting will be at the Methodist church the 1st Sunday in No- The assortment of Men's and Hoy's Hats and Caps is larger this ember, KV.X). j The Christmas Holidays A Perfect Wilderness of Useful & Beautiful Articles j Substantial Lines of Serviceable Goods, I Ladies' and Children's Wraps, . 1 C2 X o tHinG-Known as the "Great Bargain Store," poor-hous- e Special Sacrifice Prices. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. A man of 'J.Veloped from Wntcrford, Miss., to Bollivar, Teno., with a girl and married her, but was imme- Gold and Silver "Watches, monds, Jewelry and Silverware DiaOf all kinds, Toilot Casos and season than ever before; also an enormous stock of Boots and Shoes is now in, and at lower prices than ever named by any house in Lincoln county. This 11 diately arrested. Major G. Keynolds, of Lincoln coun- OLD PIONEER ESTABLISHMENT -- "NOVELTIES IN ' GREAT VARIETY. from fourth-stor- windows. Also a handsome assortment of Books, Albums, Writing1 Desks, &c. Prices Lower than Ever Ilcforc. The Louisville electric rnilwnygotin its flrat work of the kind Saturday, when it rnn over and crushed to death Mis. Patrick Moran. She was denf and tried to cross the street ahead of the car. An actual ennvass shows that in capital is now centered in and about Middlesboro in industrial concerns. This, of course, embraces those in operation, undercoustruction and for which contracts are signed, sealed and delivered. Middlesboro News. O ALLEN,, FAIR Again to the front, ty, and Miss BernettuMarcum weieTnai-rie- d Never has been nor ever will be overshadowed by any concern in at the residence of Maggie Marcum, Central Kentucky in attractions shown or prices named. Look at Somerset Reporter. Dec. Pthe C. B. Wdley, aged L2, committed suicide nt Chattanooga, because, as he put it, his friends had pursuaded him not to marry the girl he loved. Senator Dolph has introduced a resolution pioviding for submitting to the States tho following amendment to the Department: About 200 Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, all in new and stylish shapes and beautifully trimmed, and not half regular prices. Constitution: "Congress shall have pow er to legislate upon the subjects of marIt will do you good to see the styles and hear the low prices. riage and divorce by general Inws applicable alike to all the States and Territories, and neither bigamy nor polygamy shall exist or be permitted within the United States or any place subject-tIn cheap and fine all wool grades. Some great values think of all their jurisdiction." -'. M 1 1L IL I N M B H wool garments at 45 cents. Ladies' and Gents' Underwear, The & CO. Presenting Their Christmas Greeting On CHRISTMAS WE0THERFORD DRESS GOODS GOODS Department teems with attractions. and including beautiful 40 cents. yard-wide Beginning at 5 cents per yard heavy Tricots at 19c yard, worth A Much Larger Scale Than ever before clear out of reach of all competition. Everybody happy, from the little tootsy wootsy hid to the old grandsirc. Store crowded from morning till night. gray-haired & COOK, HUStonvillB, Great Bargains in Blankets, forts and Spreads. Remember it is Com- Havo a complete line of New Goods Arriving on JSvery Train. Everybody asking in astonishment: "What can you do with so many nice things ?"' We simply mention a fqw prices and the great Candies, Nuts, lugs, Oranges, Lemons, Bananas, Dates, &c, &c. question is solved. We arc doing this as a compliment to our patrons and friends who have so liberally patronized us during the year. If we lose money, as most everybody predicts, it's all right. ! ! ! ! ! ! We'll have lots of fun and foot the bill. We have prepared a nice present for each of our regular customers, who are especially invited to call and receive them. Wc have too many goods to mention any particular lines or prices. We've got 'cm and they are going. Come and get our Christmas gift. With many thanks and wishing a Fancy Groceries, Drugs, &c. Toys pf all descriptions. hanny Christmas to all, wc are your humble servants, Silverware, Watches, Lamps, Chandalabras and Glassware of All Kinds; at this house that you always find many startling One case good Shirting Flannels at 10c. yard, worth 20c. One case good dark Calico, pretty patterns, at 4j4c per yard, worth 6jc. One case good apron Gingham and one case of Shirting Checks in goad quality at 5c yard. All of these are sold at jc to 8c regular, but are now marked out as a Christmas offering to Specialties in value. our customers Bear in mind you are cordially invited to drop in and post up as to values, if you don't need a cent's worth of goods. Get valuable information so you will know where to come when you do need goods. Our mission is to help educate the people as to values. With hearty Christmas greetings to our thousands" of friends and customers, wc extend a most cordial invitation to all to visit Dolls Largest Dolls Dolls stock of Dolls ever brought to this vicinity. WEATHERFORD & S. L. Powers Co.'s AULIN, FAIR & CO., McKiimcy. COOK. STANFORD, KY. h? Bargain Store, I v 1 it Bv . tAi3L i. M. f ,. mmmmmmmm0mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Matf"M4"'t4 "l " WT'"T"T-- ' Jijl,''""ill""" " """ "''i'' ' j- r - l, iiinTTinl-lllfjMrimiOTi- Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 17 188D ALL AROUND THE HOUSE. Stanford, Ky., December W. F WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For County Judge, a ir-- a ii i THOMAS W VAUNOV County Attorney, JOSEPH 11. PAXTONj " County Clerk, GEORGE It COOPEK; ' Sheriff, J. X MENEFKE; " Jailer. SAMUEL M. OWENS; Assessor, E. D. KENNEDY; " Sup't of Common Schools, W. F MiCLAllY Surveyor, HARRY A EV INS, ' Coroner. ARCH CAHSON What A Fortune pearly sUn. Few nrc aware of the short time It takes (or a iliordered liver to sUn. cause blotches on the face, and a dail. gre-asOne bottle of HEGGS' ULOOD PURIFIER and I1LOOD MAKER will restore this organ to its natural and healthy state, and cleanse the blood of all Impurities. It is meeting uith wonderful W a jfood rcilthy, - success. We guarantee every bottle. ny. Druggist. A.K.Pen' Qunlnt Frletra, Ovrrmantels Nml Screens Within the Skill of the Amateur. An ntnnteur decorator tells of somo pretty conceiU for beautifying tho house as follows: I kiw a rather qunlnt friere tho other tiny for a stnlrcnso and hull, painted on tho rough brown paper specially adapted for tho pur An old witch riding on tho proverbial poso. broom, with a moonlight sky; another a fairy on n rainbow. I'uck on his mifehroom, owls on n. crescent moou, and soveral other novel designs weio roughly dashed in with wonderful ulfvct. A pretty substitute for an ovenniintel U a wooden frame, small curminor in a tains of yell- - silk falling on either side. Ouo seen had tha tipper part of the frniuo decorated with palnred eprnys of willow drooping 011 to the ltif9, ' liilo thu lower xir tion was at rallied with water lilies, a swallow txunft introduced here and there. On the. mirror It.solf. r couple of tloated, rellectwl In tint lightly (minted water. Tho wholueffii't was vary cliariulng, nnd though a certain outlay of ttio "mighty dollar" was necessary to begin with, tho entire cost was less than would bo imagined. Overdoors are u grent decorative addition to a room, three panels, n largo center one bordered by two smaller ones mounted on a jiointed frame, lieing effective, ami hand-oni- e modeled How ers, birds or fruit are all suitable, and !audscnos always look well if well dt-exw-n- WALLACE E. VARNON, Attorney at Law, done. A kitchen article Umt has been cloverly transformed into na artistic boudoir wrevu is tho clothes horse, but not in tho way that has hitherto been seen. Three clothes horses, if double, leafed, 1110 required to mako two screens, nud they must bo of graduated sizes aud each 0110 unhinged. One division, or half of each horse, is then taken and ami the lesiijt Is n screen of three sized graduated panels. Tho woodwork la painted, and tho frame hidden with upjier panels of (minted cloth, brocade or plush, aud lower ones in the dado stylo of drawn iiongee silk. These screens are handsotno and look Stanford, Kentucky. g Will practice in all the courts of this and adjoin-ncounties and In the courts of appeal lOffice over McRoberts & Stagg's drug store. Stockholders' Meeting. of the National A meeting of the stockholders Hank of Hustonville will be held at their banking In llnttnnilMo nti the secand Tuesday In km. jsnuary, 1890, for the purpose ot electing nine di- rectors 10 serve mo ensuinx j c.ir. S4 J. W. llOCKVR, Cashier. j well in a room. A New Kind ot Amateur Wot St. There is a cruza for enameled furniture &nd knickiiacks in English households, aud Stockholders Meeting. Kansas meeting of the stockholders of tho First National Hank will be held at their banking house in Suntord on tho second Tuesday 111 January, 1S90, lorthe purpose of electing eleven directors to servo the ensuing year 4 JlJll.S J .lCRULRI3,asjllcr A i. fMiifft rv II Stockholders' Meeting . ! rmm-b&?- ysr- .ira--- IIOOM. put-Mii- x- - AN EVAMKI.ED A meeting of the stockholders of the Lincoln National Hank will be held at their banking house in Stanford on the second Tuesday in January, i&. lor the purpose of electing eleven directors to icrsttlri Mnciilnn uour 84 J. " OWSI.EY, Cashier. SALESMEN To cans list for the sale of Nursery Stock. Steady employment guaranteed. (iUOI) I'A lor successful men. Apply at once, stating age. MenSa tion this paper. CO., HimtsvlUc, Ala. AL'AHA.MA NL RSER Fo rHont Hotel. ii IfT I offer for rent my Hotel in the town of Lancaster, known as the Mason House, containing 18 rooms besides kitchen and other outbuildings. and immediate Said hotel adjoins the ly opposite the new brick livery stable of Walker ft Doty. Only one other hotel in the town and a rood opening for the right man. Terms reasonable Mrs. E.J.MASON, tf Lancaster, Ky. court-house E4-- I89O. Harper's Weekly, I LLCS'! HATED. Ilk r; A Harper's Weekly has a uell established place as the leading illustrated newspaper in America. The fairness ot its editorial comments on current politics has earned for it the respect and con ft denee ot all impartial readers, and the variety and excellence of its literary conttnts which include serial and short stories by the best and most popular authors fit It for the perusal of people of the widest range of tastes and pursuits. '1 he Weekly supplements are of remarkable variety, u.terest and value. No expense is spared to bring the highest order of artistic ability to bear upon the illustration of the changeful phases of home and foreign history. A Mexican romance trcm the pen of Thomas A. Janvier will appear in the Weekly In 1S90. "enameling" is n species of nniateur work may be that is all the luge. As this t mado very useful In its results, it is worthy of attention. Enameling is generally applied to articles in plain wood that are bought unfinished, or tnudo from otto's orders. Moorish tables, hall clinirx, little corner eabiuets, screens and stands are all tho objects of this species of decoration. Threo coats of enamel paint are usually necessary, and, ns each one must be smoothly rubted down to make satisfactory work, ladies should be sure that they have a good stock of both btrengtb nnd patience before engaging in ho undertaking. To show thu extent to which enameling may Ik utilized, a vketch is given of n room in which the woodwork of all the furniture aud decorative articles is enameled. Tho pretty ingle work paneled with stained glass is ornamented with a fretwork rail at the top. The scat is upholstered in old nnd thero are pretty curtains of art silk nt both ends. Tho mantle shelf and over mantel aro both ornamented with fretwork, and the mirror is hung on a background of plush. The writing table in the other corner The outside U is convenient and pretty. white, tho inside Kile blue. There is 11 book shelf on both sides and a drawer at the end. The inside is divided into compartments for stationery. The photo frame mukes a pretty ornament for the wall. It takes half a dozen cabinets, and old china or pottery can be placed on the little shelf. The screen is ornamented witli two hand painted tioral paneU, a couple of shelves for holding books or a cup of tea and silk curtains. One of the little tables can be utilized for n work table; the other can bo used ns a flower stand, a table or a stool. Furniture is enameled in pale blue, red and ivory, but white nnd ivory are the two ftuhioimb!o tints. bro-cad- o, 1 Hoitst Turkey, Goose or Duck. To cook a turkey, gooso or duck so that it shull bo ''a thing of beauty und a joy" as long as it lasts requires culinary skill, and Per Year: imy ouo who is ut nil doubtful about the proHarper's Weekly J4 00 cess should follow tho reel) of somo good Harper's Magazine 400 authority. Het e 111 e Miss Corfu's directions: Harper a Iljiar 400 Lay it in a utn with a slicoof suit ork under Harper's Young People joo and another over it, unless it i very fat, in Pottage free to all subscribers in L'mted States which caso it w 111 yield sulUcieut dripping for (anada or Mexico. basting; brown it quickly, but do not burn it; 'Uie Volumes of the Weekly begin with the first number for January i.f each ear. When no time: then seasou it with pepjier, salt, aud whatever Is mentioned, subscription will begin with tit e sweet herb has been used in Havering tho number current at tin ept receipt of order. Mulling, und baste It while it cooks with' tho Hound Volumes of llaiper's Weekly for thriej years back, in ne.it cloth binding, will b sent by drippings in the pan; if the oven is of tho rrrnl postpaid or by express free of expense ipru- - projcr temperature, not too hot, no wuter vided the freight docs not exceed Si per volume will bo required for basting, and if only the for $7 per volume drippings uro used for this puroeo the full Clout caves for each volume, suitable for hind- flavor of the bird will bo preserved. If a ing, will be Kent by mail postpaid on receipt of f ' "frothed" surface isdesired, occasionally dust each. Kemitta111.es should be made by P'Xlollkc muney the bitd with Hour from the dredging box order cr draft to avoid chance of Ins. Newspapers are not to copy this advertisement while basting it. To make tho gravy, have flue, and tho meat from thu giblets chopx-without the express order of)Irper& lirothrrs HAKPI.R .V BROTHERS, Address tho broth in which they were boiled hot when St New Ytftk the bird Is cooked; removo it from the dripping pan and keep it hot; if thero is more than about hulf a cup of dripping in the pnu lX3T M , V pour it out, and keep it for frying potatoesin; JsL-d- O pour into tlio win two tablespoonfuls of Hour aud stir over tho lire until it is brown, aud LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE then add thu chopped giblets nud enough of their broth or of boiling water to make a RAILROAD. good gravy, uud season it palutably. Aliout fifteen minutes to a pound is generally alThe Oreat lowed for baking jioultry. Harper's Periodicals J ' cX JlQ THROUGH TRUNK LINE. To The Oyster SOUTH & WEST With Pf Louisville To Nashville, Memphis, I irv I Atlanta, Montgomery, Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. i Mirny ieople consider that roast turkey lacks the finishing touch unless the stutling is made with oj iters. Following is a good recipe for oyster forcemeat: Soak sufficient stale bread in cold water to fill tho turkey and then squeeze it nearly dry In a towel; strip one quart of oysters through tho fingers to remove tho bits of shell, strain their liquor and odd it to the bread: slightly fry tho oyeters in two tnblesjioouf uls of hot butter; add them to the breud with tho butter iu which they were fried, season tho forcemeat witli salt and peper, and uso it for the turkey, luttead of thu oysters uny flavoring or seasouuig may bo used iu the Btiilllirg. l'or.etnet. Jit Remedy fur is Troublesome riant Insect. One of the uioit troublesome insects on window plants is thu aphis or plant louse. Tobacco tea is recommended as a remedy for this. In making it, many people use Only one change to points in tobacco and are disappointed nut only iu its failing to answer the purpose, but because it & tains light colored flowers aud is intensely dlsagreeabla in smelL The best application EMIGRANTS for the purpowi In an infusion of tobacce Seeking homes on the line of this road will receive item such as cau be got front cigar makers. Special rales, e agents ot this Company for rates, routes This doe not 1 tain or swell aa bad as tho other, aud if applied once a week, spraying It on kc or write to C. P. ATMOKE. O. P. & T. A., tho foliage, it will drive away and ktep avrtty tho Aphu, Louisville , fiu-c- ARKANSAS 49-Se- TEXAS. and all parties joined In requesting Stanley to lead an expedition to relieve Emin. As aforesaid, he rejected all suggestion, nnd on the 23th of February, 1&7, sailed THE GREATEST OF RECENT EXPLOR' from Zanzibar with an army of 000 picked ATIONS ENDS SUCCESSFULLY. Zanztbarese and several English officers, Including Mnj. Barttelot, Burgeon Parko nud Messrs. Jephson, Nelson, Ward, Homier, The llnlortiinittn Km In I'nslm, After Tlilr-- I Troup and Janiieson; 420 days Inter ho was teen Years Amid Deadly Perils, Meets at Lako Albert ynnzu. It has taken him Misfortune Among Ills Friend Stanley's but C03 days to come thence to Zanzibar a fact of which hit critics have much to say, .Journey Through the Tropical Jtmcles. but wo must n wait his report to know the adA summary of the latest news from Africa vantages of the routo from tho w est. Up the is both inspiring and saddening. It thrills Congo, nnd for some distance up tho Am- the nerves of Europeans aud Americans allko wlml, lie bad coiniwirutlvely free progress; to read of tho heroism nud erseverauce of thereafter tho march was a eoustnnt battle men of our race Stanley and Kmln I'ashn, against hostile natives much of thu time, Stevens, Ward, Barttelot, Troup and other. against dlsenso all the tlmo and frequently It excites tho liveliest Interest to read of their ngnlust starvation; for the Arabs had iu wonderful discoveries. But the cost has been matiy places Induced tho negroes to destroy nwful. Their record tells of tropical jungles all tho food on his lino of march. He left his last depot June 2S, with 5S9 ofand swamps fatal to tho whito man, of for ests in which tho nlr is literally loaded with ficers nnd men; ho reuched tho friendly Nov. 12, with but 174; desertion, howfever, of murderous treacherous native, and worse titan nil tho fanatical Arabs under tho ever, accounted lor much of the lo. April Mahdi, or fnlo prophet, lighting with almost 21) ho reached Etuln Pnsha, but the latter was stierhumau fury against the explorers on unwilling nt first to leave his province. governIjiter lie consented, nud on tho tth lust, they tho south, and tho ment on the north. And to crown all we reached Itagmuoyo, to tho iistoiilslimeut nnd havo tho shocking intelligence Umt thu de- delight of the civ illred world to whom tho voted Rinlu Pasha, brought safely to thu tcleginph from that voiiit soon mudu It coast after nil these years of toil and danger, known. His additions to science are wonderful. has fallen from a wiudow nud received serious if not fatal Injuries. Ho lias mapped out the entire, courso of thu Arttwim! nud the great interior lakes, discovering the Albert Edward laku near the Albeit Nyanza. He also discovered Mount Htiv elisor!, 17,000 fret high, mid iniido a fairly accurate estimate of the size of the great lakes, besides traversing the. great tropica) fotcst, anil adding Immensely to out-- kuowledgu of thu so called "high interior." Ills rank Is explorers. The , fixed its the first of modern son of two Welsh iatiier, tho child oorhotr-- and the charity of tho scholar, is now the nssoclato of kings, and to bo Immortal iu history ns Stanley MAI" OK STA.M.KV'S HOUTE. Afrlcanus. Must all central Africa bo abandoned to A SHORT LIFE. hnrbaii'.m! Aro tho tlilllctiltiesMi great and tho climate so deadly to the Aryan race that Only lllijoMittiimis tho region must Ijo left to wait for the uncer- I.lltle Mrninty, tile In America. Y'trr Horn tain development of a native civilization I It. wns brief but famous The life of Little Most of thoo who havecxplored it or studied born McGlnty, as tLe I hi by hipixipot.-tmutho situation sty yes, but Stanley und a hewu roic minority say no. He Insists that in the tho other day nt the New Yotk interior and directly under tho equator is a lurgu teniK'rato region favornblo to the health nud vigor of tho white Aryan 11 region ample for tho nucleus of n high civilization, nnd that with proer routes laid out and maintained across the deadly lxirder, Africa may be civilized front tho center and x)ur nil immense stream of wealth Into Europe. The civilized world awaits hi-- , full report with interna interest. Hero nro two items from n preliminary by Lieut. Stairs, two minor items, so to s)Mak, given us meru indicators of tho sufferings: "Directly on leaving Yumbuyn some had n had fever. Then wo got into countries without food nnd lost men ut n terrible into. Tho natives shut n great many. When, 011 Dec. 10, 18S7, we reached Albert Xyanza, wo had We 170 out of 4U men that left Yauibuya. could not then connect with Etnin, and had to return 120 miles west of Albert Nyanza. Here wo built a strong fort, und I started buck to a place -- JS miles down the river to Mil. M'OINTY. bring up our sick. named, after oao who has lieen largely la"Ouo of our greatest dangers has been from mented of late throughout tho entire land, starvation iu the immense forest between the lasted but four days nnd four hours. Congo and tho Altiert Nyanza, which was Circumstances wro ngnlust Mcftinty. He thought to bo nil ojien, grassy country. In weighed only forty pounds at birth, which is OUO Zanzibar some this forest we lost out of sixty sounds short of the average weight of G0; ulo 10 Somali hoy and about-UNubian baby blppo'Hjtami. He wns a delicate child, soldiers. This wits en route to the pasha. and when it becumu uppareut that Fntimn The loss of life since leaving the Albert Ny Murphy, his fond mother, was not equul to nnzu has leen general some 'J00. In this tho strain of nursing him, Dr. Conkliu nud forest for three weeks we lived on roots und Keener Downey knew that in raising the in fungi, aud, though we hunted aud tHied, not fntit on the bottlo they had n delicato task on a thing could we bring iu. Of course our their hands. It is an Interesting fact iu this poor men died likudogs, and we whites weie connection that thi is the way In which all just ubout pegged out wheti we reached hipKpotami found on exhibition have food.' ruised. Tho Arabs who procure the animals have Irnrned that when a young "hipx" has been rnised by Its mother in the natural way it has imbiled so fully tho wild instincts of its progenitors that tame submission to confinement is nu impossibility. Hence their practice ts to kill the mother as soon ns it has given birth to its young, capture the latter nnd bring it up by hand, infant of all kinds is what but the bottle-fe- d the Insurance peoplo call a "risky life," and tho Arabs fall to bring to maturity nil the hippopotami they catch, even though the conditions of climato and their intimate knowledge of tho projier course of procedure nre in their favor. So. in thu cne of the odds were nil against him from the start, and when the weather changed his doom was practically sealed. Dr Conklin, superintendent of the Central park menagerie, feels that a mistake was undo iu naming the baby nf ter an individual whoso life, ns far as publicly known, was a succession of disasters, nnd that sober second thought would have suggested thu greater propriety of calling hint Stanley or Emin i'uOm. At tho same time lie wns of the opinion thut there would hnvo been no saving nUlLK- - grace in rendering this much homage to thu CiEHMAN EAST AFIIICAN gnllnut explorers of the former home of tho INO AT IIAOA.MOVO. dead baby's progenitors. Where I'uiln wa3 injured. Tho skm of McGlnty will bo stuffed and This was written lust August, when tho expedition was still live months' Journey placed iu the same glas-- case with tho remains from Zanzibar, w hich it has ju-- t reached of thu lamented Mr. Crowley. Tho facts recall tho flerco controversy Which Ollbert A. Tierce. raged in Europe over tho route chosen. It North Dakota, in choosing Gillxrt A. Pierco was insisted that Stanley, to rench nnd Emin Pasha, should hnvo taken one of as her new senator, gained n man of somo literary reputation three routes from Mombasa through the and a good public ltrttrs.li jHsessioiis northwnrd to Wadelol; ranker. from lingnmoyo, in tho German protectoPierco was bom rate, directly to tho Victoria Nynnza and in tho state of New across it, or, thirdly, from Bagatuoyo to York, uud U 00 Luko Tnnganylkn and thence northward. yenroofage. When After receiving much advice from African quite young he left explorers, Stanley embarked his expedition his home for Indifrom Zanzibar, sailed around tho southern ana, nnd became part of Africa and up the west coast and interested in Jourpenotrntod tho coutitry by way of the Cotigo. In 1S3-- he nalism To understand his netlon and its results, a I ' was one of the manbrief historical sketch must be studied, agers of President Iu 1874 ths noted "Chinese" Gordon began Arthur scninn.tlsn. the tnk of rescuing Central Africa from' ,, , Ju)y 0, tho SENATOH a. A. flEUCE. barbarism and t he slavo trade. Ho wrested a considerable section from the Arab slave snmu year wns appointed territorial governor hunters, nud ent Emin Pasha (a Germnn of Dakota, which office he resigned in lt37. Secretary Huiford nnd Pierco, r,'!w c:' scientist, real name Schnitzel-- iu 1S70 to govern tho northern province of it. Ho re- iiitimnto friends, worked together oa Tho Huiford as manasu:2 mained there, his capital 'at Lado, till a few Chicago Inter-Oceamouths since. At one tlmo ho had a native editor and tha Istter as ussoclate editor. aud Egyptian army of 2,000, had established When Hnlford removed to ludlauupolL, many schools and missions and secured a na- Pierce boeamo the editor, and headed tho tion of 0,000,000 people against tho sluvo grander movement while he held that positrade. In tho meantime, El Muhdi, thu "sec- tion. Thu Parmers' Alliance is now his Ho I a good editor, ond Mohammed," had excited an Arab cru- stionges-- t Eiipporter. and a novelist also, but, libit Beoohvr, bo sade uud eMllon against the does not pride himself on his story writing. government iu the Soudan. He massacred the array of Hicks Pasha Pierce is probably as well read on Dlcksns' nud captured most of the Soudan. Gordon' works us any one on either continent. "Dicktroops rebellod and murdered him, and hope ens' Dictionary" is hit most valuable book, from Egypt a cut olf. El Mahdi then which Is greatly appreciated by students of turned Um Emin Pasha, but died (probably Dickens for iti value nnd coureulsuce. by violence) liefore making an attack, and Pierce's pUu was used by Caarlts Diclwtn, Emin wa3 comparatisely safe till another Jr., In nhe preparation of similar book. Mahdi uro-- e and the crusade revived. Years SufUlaut Credentials. passed before the civilized world could gain Parent Before I can give consent any certain knowledge of Etnin. Meantime, Stanley bad completed Ids early African ex- to your proposed marriage to my daughter, plorations; the Congo Kreo State had beeu I mustkuowsomstldng about your character. Suitor Certainly, sir, certitinly. Here Is established, with the king of Bfclgium, Leopold, as Its protector; the Gerruanti and Eng- my bank book. Careful Parent (after a glunco) Take her, lish hod made a division of the east coait, each having iU own territory to operate In, my on, and bo happy, New York Weekly. I STANLEY AFllICAiN US. THE CINCINNATI FOR RENT.f 1 s WEEKLY ENQUIRER Slteet A s enp'eof iltable lor 7.1-- tf fli:c r.arrit't'r lcf!tnt millinery er bed. roams. r'o-rn- W.O WH.CII. l$2,OOO.00 I WILL PAY Px. B. GEOGEGHAN. sUCCrSsOK TO TO AOCNTS SCNDINO THE ; Largest Number of Subscribers between Nov. 1, 1889, and March 31, 1890. their work, wo will nlsoiuy to the Sl'llSt ItlHKItS they bltiiti To assist tht' fluents' in m'mi6hael, the hatter, & I I ' 0114TH AVENUE. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY , lb-wi- Ilritish-Egyptla- tt J I rt For Correct, or as near Correct Answers possible to the following problem.nnmtly : Stock of What will I tho totnl iiiiinhor nf l Hi tlio llrst largest listt In thonlHivt! itni (est ' It mav lo nonr TiOtl nntl it mny he nrnr fiOdtl, votitio inn It'll I'Aiutlv, hut mav lit;" um on it iitul Ktirss tit it, Wfc WILL l'AS' Kvrrbroivlitta tlieuiy ol I., uisville, no open $100 Cash for the 1st Nearest Correct Guess. inc billing the world renowned 50 Cash for tho 2d Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 3 J Nearest Correct Guess. KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS 50 Cash for the 4th Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 5th Nearest Correct Guess. Amlalvomy awn importation of ltnbsh Hats, 100 Cash for the 6th Nearest Correct Guess. anil Caps An elrkini line .. Canes ami I.yon't 50 Cash for the 7th Nearest Correct Guess. Cclebtateil Umbrella nhv.ivt mi In ml Fine 50 Cash for the 8th Nearest Correct Guess. 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Im- It in u buslnesi jimhlcin vitli uirn-t.ut- t nidTt'eseeur. s to no uWrilKTt fnir uliku to nll.mriy h! hr Mtiitlfs iiinl Into rtitiirrt, ns no v iilonit' of w IihI will llltf to i A f, lf thciiirnsl atiMvor oun Ih ImkI until tlw aaaavs m aW k... ,I M t. ..b... lust !UiWriition it rtiiink'tl. in rears rpcrlerio nmt base luaite nvet t MI.1111 applies!! ins f r Ameriran arsl ! r notisIiIiik to mukon ffiH-ii iwinii. ri'im ur iisnuiHKit ,,rres. limy Kivo Hint irillfx to tho A Kent, iu .xinaencn stricur eunntirntlal. wliuli it tlistiiii't titiilt inttst TRADE MARKS. If liyil hetween them. In rase roar nisik ts not retMsirmt In the I'm Agouti uro not liinltotl to nny one IVt ent limre, applr Li Ml s A to, l.. I K.bie Imintsllnto prutrrtion. .send tor llnn.lt.. S. ollltv, hut ran lmo iK'pt font to uuy ml- CtM'VltlCIIT- - tor Im.L, chsns. imps etc., qulckl; pns'iinst A,,lre JOHN R. McLEAN, .MON A' f(l.. I'nlti.l -- allrlior-, I'ulili-lie- r l.'iiiilrrr. t'im iiiutt, (Ihiti. (ii.vkiui (irilt r i--t Ili.oa i a v s suli-.srrll- The Nobbiest Most Stylish IN CASH PREMIUMS, rt'Ct-ivci- 1,500.00 ' HAT 9 ;t -' 111 Stilisi-rilK'n- 1 (e H.G.RUPLBY,- - Is Rtceivinff His FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Goods Warranted nnd a Perfect fit Guaranteed. A Givo hira a Trial J ' C SINK N MENKFCR SINE & MENEFEE, HOUGH AND DHESSED LUMBEE, BJuXJSTDS CSASK, DOORS A3STD Scroll Work, Mouldings, Brackets and Cedar and Locust Posts. foi.nd in a fitt We ill Inths, Shiii;lcN, Htc, t PATENT WXHE AND SLAT FENCE, cany a lull sin. k of cvcrvth.nK y, cUi A C I jmber Yard, SINK, ilutiuets Manager J0NEBROS., The only JJ(rc iti Slanford tlmt suits the Fnriiior; 5 ' General Merchandise, Dry Goods, .Boots and Shoes, Fancy Groceries, Queens ware, Glassware, Twwtirc, Woodon W'illowware, $c. and Full Stock of Holiday Goods. Co there and sctioiirXmus I'reseiu Not door to I'liriman House SEW FURNITURE STORE! MACJK M1TFFMAIQ giPJK'IDF, ) 1 British-Egyptia- n Will keep constantly on hand a largo and selectiline of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as suchgooas can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be convinced that I sell lower than tho lowest. 15 ''! , .M iA "' sji J1- - "fa ''s vj I i.,'i ' A -- v - ' -- '' B - "' w:-. i t.J-Jtn-s..., TU.rrm g..;K..eaa:.J-Tgri- i W S i-i- : .. i r aWlV v ,- - w- - Quilting Attncluucnt st. ! 2. SCIENCE AND PROGRESS. I'lit-tlclan- PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE. WHAT SHALL WK WEAK! THE CURIOSITY SHOP. YOUNG FOLKS' COLUMN. INSTRUCTION AND AMUSEMENT FOR OUR YOUTHFUL READERS. Curious l.lttle Btorjr About a, Far trlilce Its Devotion and the Kemark-11I1I- 0 Stratagem L'teil In Savlnp; lis Youns; from the Dogs of Hunters. A farmer who was one day looking after bis plowmen saw a partridge glide off her nest so near tho foot of one of tho horses that ho thought tho eggs must bavo been crushed. On going to examine, tho nest, ho found tlia. tho old bird was on tho point of hatching, as several of the eggs weronlready chipped- - Ht saw tho old bird return to her nest tho Instant ho left tho spot, though it was evldonV that tho next round of tho plow must bury tho eggs mid nest in the furrow. His surprise wus great, however, when, tcturnlng with the plow, ho cumo to tho Wt and saw tho nest indeed, but the eggs and bird werl A LiA t I i m & Dltcuta the Talua of Sulphur aa Ilorlng Into the Kartli Temperature Im ids. a Itlalnfectant and How to I'ae It. the Lower Mtrutiu VALUABLE KNOWLEDGE PRESENTED Hat bought thstldlil to tll tlit Kunka UuilUi I1JS 6TN .ES THAT ARE APPROVED IN Reports front tho but meeting of tho AmerThq.deniiest boro bolo In tbo world, claimed cmneniin Lincoln, (iiniiii ind lloylc toun IN BRIEF AND POPULAR FORM. THE WORLD OF FASHION. ican Public Health ajumcUtion kIvo promitic at dliTcTent times for a number of places, Is, machines; lll do ten timet tho wolk in a day of nence u o by Dr. Cyrtta ICdaon on the according to latestvaccounts, at Schlndetwich, any other manner ol quilling; in tact it l one ol It itreateat labor taveti over ottered to the female An KxpUtialloii of Curious Optical lllii-alo- UMjof ttilphtirilioxldoas atlMnfectnnt, which The "ienjoii'i HiitaHiiil lloiinet-LCrowns a small German villago near Leipzig. ex He will call to ice ou In a few dayt. Dr. Gray, of uwakcneil a lively dUcniwIon. m ensures 1,744.4 meters, or about 0,7:55 feet. 77 Obarrvetl by Tntrrlora lu tlta l)ea-an JCtirloiialyTnlateiluiul Indented llrlrua Tho thno expended iu boring to this depth Montreal, xttpportod Dr. Iylwm'u views of tho rl uiul at Sea The Fiilry I.lko In Favor . A M rich I'rittliem nml Win fa amounted to t.lx years, at a cost of value of ttiN ngent, nml Instanced ltn uo lit I89U. Deceitfully atauiptiiK out a terrible epidemic ol tho Katik .TirgHiia. peculiar experience encountered in councction Arc I'opular Trltninliisa. Ho said In his city wlthlu six tnonthx. with this and other des-holes lu different A 'iiiIi'iiru" la vitEiiely uinlcrntooil by ninnj' No great chango Is noticcablo lit tho Miupes parts of Germany is, nccordlng to Uhlund's illoxldo wai of doubtful value only In InIimii1o to Ixi tin optical llliitlou ly uhlch of hats this w inter, except thnt nil am lower U'oclicnschrlft, that the observed temperatho caw of illphtherlii. vert til Iiniiii' of ilisUnt objocu nro amjii it I)r, lla.Miiond.of Drookly ti, considered thut than hut wnon. Whero n high elTect Is tle tures, while steadily increasing with tbo II l.CSTRAir.li If Mow tliu ground or In tho ntui(Milturo slreil, It Is Ralnod principally through tho ar- depth, show u smaller ratio of Increase In thou-i- of wnterwlth thii ugcniuui but not a row aro Ignorant of tli rangement of the trimming, low crowns be- tho lower strata. nccevutry A tiw Shakespeare the ShVipate of It Iwm cttttof till rviiinrknbli) pliriiiiinmion. Tli Dr. Mnwu'll, of Florida. upMwil Dr. Ml. ing the rule. Hats Inclliden great variety of Maga In A. Abbey Mill he in liot mlraso oroura mirit frtiiii-iitlI'nctt ami I'lgiii.-s- . Mill's cneiiloin, and lnlitil that it was kliapes taorri brim, Stercury carj, capotes mtie for lv, with oininnelits by Andrew l.jlig wliure Mitnly pliiitia liuvu often tlif doubtful w hether Milphuric f and toque of iliaity klndi. Professor W. D. Gunuliig estimates thoav-crag- o Magaiine hat alsonivlr tpertal arrange units wercntuifu llarpet'a tnK;tof a traniull lako, on which nro re dlnfet'taut In tiny form. Hu bacl.eil up bU menu witn Alpl.nnte Hamlet, the gruuiet of livuuioutit of water ias&iug over Niagara ing French nonllt, lor the exclusive puhlliation Ufctiii trwHnnd turrouii'lltiK villngi's. j TMtioti Fulls at 18,000,000 cubic feet per ininuto; nl ii'Veitms to tliu complete fniltiro in serial forme-fIninioions to In1 entitled iotv ' it! tli idlilnlect.int hi the yrllou fever epi lowing sixty-twand n halt (sounds to tho " he Colotiiitt of I'ar.ixnn: the l.att Adeiiliittsi cubic foot, this would give n total of fMi'.'.MRJ ill he riiiitontlartatiii ' I he tnry Mill be tians. demic at Tampa, Kla., Meinphh, Teiin.. nnd Uted by Mem v Janict and illustrated by Horn t'lanwliero In thoroiith. loin per minute, or UJ,!HU,.100 tons iu forty and Mwhach live minutes, of w hlch soutcw lint more than Tne nei-jli- l nf opinion to Im; that, W l l(owellt will leottibmc a nevelettc in faj s Vu J passes over the Hoisi-siioFulls. while illlplinr witiiif tiM.lt lilllat iMiemplojetl three partt and Lad adio llearn .1 novelette In t aJaWTNrMU''ie.atlt?t-j- r fmnn entitled " nma,' li.in !. n.cl) illu.iratrd A physician iu tho university or Padua nas with urent care and (WV ?' .TMrV'ft.rA&.Z'U r'Ji!?" In lllutl rated piptn, torn lint tubje- ta nf ur succeeded iu truuspl&utiug tlio cornea from I)r ISdiHiii i..Xilulii(l that las malliol of MSA r'.4fSSflVStf? rujj rent nl, and in n short M'uitrt pnemt 'd the o oof u barn fowl into thu eyo of 11 pa"illpliur "a tot'iUe thlmi HUiud of timely artulet. the MaK"ine will maintain n well Ctiown tlaiiilard tient, England ho nearly 11,000,000 acres of Milpbtti f.11 every l.(fJi) cubic feet or air 111 a M In Switzwaste laud cnpnbloof cultivation itoiii. Tiie nlphtir " (Hit on 1IM1 hi a SVU-- j if?' erland 70 ht cent, of tho young men nro said tu every tub of utiter. four ounctn of k:v frya IVr Near tll'-eto bo uiilltteil, by tliu uso of itlcoiio) utld KHitidn uiii khiioi1 over it and the alTHE OITICA1. ILI.VMOS CAI.I.KI) MIIIAUK. $ ' llurper a Maga'ine XllnjM u. tu somiitikU iixilnin It, fot military service. There aro now cohol vwt hn!lel. 4 00 llttpcr t s wkly '.i7,(Xi0 active members of tho order of the of ivfmctioii, which remits from Harper' llaaar 4 ' King's Daughters. Thomas A. rMI-osays the unnipi tl den-I- t) of iltllt rnt lueraof r Hie Itiniii Uelclit of ti nml Uuiiinii, a 00 llaipr-r', whi'ii exinl'sl by cottNtet with lientiil miiL Vith I'eople that ho needs but about lour hours sleep out T7 ).i thr nitieli dmVitrM! TO toio of btwlll A French firm has Tliu of tbo twenty-four.- " ilf lire lnyeriir thru tlw r I WVl .lit MetllCMl llreSifll lllllktri II tlllllllMt' llf ht Vni Mala., ntnl it nty of light front mi elevnti-I'MMt free t nil In ought out n new fabric, ramie linen, made l oir Caaaaa or Mrvieii liite:sllnx tvtiiarkn. aiiinng them ttva folhiw of the lllier of ramie, and combining tlio Jet, A t" flit), trttviTv luycin which lire t with the qualities of linen and silk, with double ths I'W V J the Maaaxin tnarlaesua jear Kntilititlly l refrnctlnt; ntnl Uvouw mortt lit-- Vi.o iivmiigt nethl of Ui mule brain la I'Kl. I. TUB SA1UV HAT. for June an4 Dtctnatier M IxMit, front otiv lnvr to nnothrr, anil strength of linen. Current Literatim-- . fancy stiaws of Thewldu WhaB no tix mail a half hupcc. of trw fwimle, (mi fled, acripUuH will be until tnoiv the initio of Inciilriico renchiri tho limit Imve bis-- eichnngtsl for the wide felts, pm with thai auaahar cuiramt .11 tfc time of tr fnt; tmir osinsta-- H lillt'urrtic. of over live the brims of which are, if possible, oven more to nt which Interim! rrlleotloii Cantilever, eclpi nf mart. t larp-tr'Matjmi'f lb. unit Jme of cloth tamting, will lor t lore Tim tay thru rlnrt nt (), ns mvii In oiiiii r. Wonmri'i brnm hiinn higher sji'sMlk' ludeiiutl than thoso of Tho word cantlieer Is vurlouly derived The mini hn n laraei- hrniii 111 pro citrioiislv twistisl and One style of trimming, If tent ul tlw llgurv, nml uihIii(u n MrJt? of ri'frtm-lio- itrin l't )mi hik, w neat from cant, au external angle, mid lover luail, poMfiaid oa (tvtfiftt o( ijHi vojuae. CMli , tl.. n to al.'.turv iM iisli.iili. but tiuiwan's the summer Maon , i tncovei tho low felt crowns In n illrectlon cmtrnry to tho llrrt, for fnt binding m rrata each b ewttl piMtpald. kitely and from Iitiu ipmntn libra, of what Urger In pmimrtbiii to lier Height. linilti Index to Haider' Ma;jln. - tf habeiual ham now it KisAia tlirmih lnera thiitiitu with countless Iivhh and endsof riblioii, leav- weight (Century Dictionary) Tho principle olumTlie il.hVrviM'e lnle'ii tin1 we'.vhl uf liniin from t 10 o tint r tyti.al aad 1I40 mora nnl mui't) ilrnw. Tw my thin ing tho brim quite bare. It may bo tuhleil of 11 cantilever bridge is this: Tnko two seefroiii June, lV. to J ill, lM5,it vol. In inn-- i .ind woman increaties with emliwi-tl- i miuhw tlw oyo itl the haiuo ilii ctiou in if saw s and place them lu a lino, so that the that Mime Into KnglMi models show a l0.loib, v should he hi, Mini is most markeil lu the UiuiM.iiin ItrmHtaacit Miiae lomrSic moo-- t It crime fnxn a iltit Imow stnmiiil, nml pn t higher ciowiisnud piltsl up trim-iniii- ends of tho two Imliinced boards shnl! liosoino iaVf or aVull tu atutd ituinc nf iua lnvertr.1 linajc". jutt at If it Imti ra'i Jim hu distunco apart, weight tho otiur ends, and '1 It N'rwaMat tie nH to rjtey I hit adtertUemefit grttrt rexttal dllVereiHt as u tininpil. In the newest KnglMi wnUing hats the !uv a IkkiIiI between tho Inner ends. Now, if tfl rrlbcldat tlto raltit () srtthuel th rkpraaa oreVr l Harper , Hrotherv t t found at Idrth, when llm IIAKM.KA tlltOnilirS, aU. At.dt liriiu turiiH upnt the luick its well as at the you vo nncboied tho outer end.s securely, you New ork li MnriiKrrs frequently imagH of ahtuv" fe u.ile I'Imio ueigliF. :M ittMiiiliic, and the ' sides. have 11 ci lido cantilever bridge. Tho piers of more, while the limb- in' about or of i!llntil vesI. Thlv Is due to the niuid n stjllsh I'nglish tho bridge need not be directly under the Our first cut tot.tl weight "f the untie lufHiit is alriut one-tuttiM itatiiirngu, thuttgh in a contmry dlreo-- 1 'It is In smoki-color' lint, the "Niiiljy. lioards or cantilevers; center of tho 1890. ttiin.nnd uiily iMxuirs uhett thy t.uenitur lift ntli utmv tlMtu thnt of tlio female The velvet, tslged w ilii Uvr tinsel mid nruameut-e- they may bo mora or less under tbo ends of le lirain l"gitflii loe weight after tliu of thenlr it iiUive that of the ea, for then w ith bows mid ostrali tips. the cantilevers. Tho new Niagara bridge Is Hint ol a man not till leu or llftcui llm lower layers of the ntinopheru are aga of In tiimmings, ostrich feathers nro very 11 fair exumplo of 11 cantilover bridge; the ye is later. Tliebislii woman is very Might, anr-- J deiiT, owing to their contact with llm iopular, while blnls mid wings are also tivsl. now Forth bridge Is n perfect example, it i. mk rni and lie kts'r up a high brain A j however, face) of the water. favorite ti miming is the itccomloii plintisl its cantilever's aro accurately planned. net jbt much later 'till than man, so that liow, Tho Images of dUtnut object which ate ... .11 wlilch fiirnUbcs pretty and expensivo .1.. llllieiriii.-,- iill. mum .. ..!..!. in i UIO .it,r III om Harper' I.a.jru a iixitnal fer the home (or vUlhle to u in coiixxpu'iu-- nf an uiiumihI at- How to Muko a Map. "J,, ' lKth Uleit infiitmatina with regard to the Kath uiospherlc refraetioii mid rclhvtion itt tho minced to its niliimiuiii. or it little tuer three Tliu iliirm Stunrt bonnet Is numliereil A thorough knowledge of two elements Is ihii u iitia crniit tlliittralMKit fahin plktrt and mil' nmong fnshionablo shajK-- in botiueU liecom-inattrMi h- -t mpplcmrntt are indtipcntahle alile air, may, w hen tint density of tlw variom necessary in order to malco 11 uiup, w ith a le'll a brnhl tails to u weight of !!? In the home dteta maker and thr profraii tial layers ch ini-- s irregularly, npp.sir not only to old and young. For elderly ladies It the RHMlitte. Nortpeux it tpaied In maklH( lit ar dltortsl, but oven In continual motion. Tim ouiiin's 111 matt, orrti' ounces in n woman, it may bo tilled in with lafti to make a soft, be- view to nu accurate determination of latipositions of places. Thoo elements nro titt atiraclimrt el the hul.ei order, lit beet uxamplo of this it whnt Is known as tho ' is callisl iiilcros'phallc. nml tho rule Is that front ond lltted with laco ties. Fig. tliutt torirt, patkr play and thoughtful Mow the--e limits Idiocy exists. Tlicru is coming ntes is jaunty Mario Sttinrt for young tude or distance from tho equator, and longiand lit lllu-- tt It lan.ont nwri aaliifyall tattet, humor latt tuge weekly it-- fata morgana, w hlcli aro of ten .s'ii at tude or distance east or west of tho meridian just A ounces le ttmoiint of brniu matter, 2 a budget of wit and In lit at Itegglo and tho coiiaU of Sicily. There black civet, with Ftrings of adopted. Every map, whatever its size, must is eterrthlatit Included I huh it of Interett to is suddenly wen In tho air at a great iliatauce Ifiwiver, tusshsl to keep n woman from women. It in hnrne Miller Chut women. have somo definite relation to tho actual size UiirinK taV(,he Idincy than is needed for a man. Hence wo line Terhunr llerte-- and Mars I owe Dickiiiton ruins, columns, kiUo-m- , castles, etc., in abort, of tho globe. The scales of geographical tnajis (nrnith a terlct M xipert en a luultituda of objects whose npeurauce U ma) reasonably supiKivj that thin, which is will range from about bUO miles to un inch (for I he U.iUKlilcr.11 llurw " I hrce MimU a Hay ticarly tlu nvernge dillerencu in bruin weight and "I he Woman ot the I'erioit ' I he trnal contittitally chniigiug. iimm of quarters of tho globe) to 10 miles to of the Mxes, repnx'tits, not tissho tuse-isarileiK-udTills fairy llko pheiiomenon j oil the Hetant and V novel will be wtitirn ly Vall an inch; thoso of toographical maps rango for mentality, but coneoiids with the Kubtntoa fact that objects lincoiiie vUihlo which aro kiiinllet iuiLv.'uIur mass mid shorter stature of from 1 inch to 2, inches to a milo. Tho ordnot ko lu tho onllunry condition of the air, nance survey of Great Britain is madb or i woniin. cr.il which appear to bo broken, distorted ami of nature, or mapped on a scale of continually moving, lievnuso tho unequally onu inch of paper to 0110 mile of surface. The A Curious 1 henry. I'er Vear fl "s-.S- l ileus.) la) era of air aro in u cotutant state of practice in this country Is maintained very 00 Itaipei't llaiar Tin following novel statements in regard motion. much in tlio same ratio. lljri-e- r 4 on t Mutfjrlne to piilmon try consumption nro uttrlbutisl to j Is abo stars .. 40" The twinkling of tlxcd refraction. llarpir't Weekly , of IliiKiklyti. Firt, Dr T II, by the principle of Hybrids Not Sterile. ' If 00 llarper'a o.iti(C I'n'pb' tin re are many children In n family, those Tho effect of tiilrago may 1m llluttratril, Instead or hybrids Mug sterile, the lairu after the sixth or utter thu tire I'ottage fire to all ubciibera in the I nited to Dr. U'olhistou, by looking along is cumulative that sterile hybrids are Siatet lanada or MetKO tho side of i rod hot poker at nn object ten or itpt to develop puliiiotmn consumption; tho exception. In plants more sterility can 1 nr tolunirtof the llaaar begin Hilh the Hut if tho children lu a large family are twelvo inches nw ay. At a distance of lis Iw adduced In case of undoubtedspecies. Tho number for Juniury of each) ear Whromitime llli the thnu three-eightof nn Inch from tint lino of liorn at short Intervals, nay one year, the It mentioned, tub riptlulit will begin dwarf Pjiecles of roblnia.robinla hlspidaorroso liumbct urrent at the time of receipt ul older Ur) poker an iusertisl linage w ill be well, and jotmger ones are npt to develop pulmonary i acacia, is almost alwuys sterile, and tho well Hound volnimt of Harper a It liar for year consumption, third, if the offspring of image. will be tent hv mail within and without that an known Chinese wistura Is sterile except unhiL In neat cloth Ending, of healthy iaronts, Ixirn umlercondltionn iiamtsi ' et peine tutlfnl rfMtp.lid or b) etpiett Irer der special conditions, or lu special seasons. nlaive, escape the diseiis their, children aro per volume) for $7 the lieliehl doe not etceed Ji A Valuatile Dlarotrry. Hecently Mr. Veitch, tho famous hybridizer pulmonary consumption. per wiliiine rid. 2. A MAHIK STl'AUT BO.N'ST.T. Uranium, n metal whoso rnrity is iudicatexl apt to develop of liOiiclon, who has produced a largo number L loth ijtri fur each toluwe tuitiblefur bind fancy inoiio riblioii, ami ostrich feathers of hybrids among a largo number of genera, be tent by mail poilpaid on receipt 01 It by lu market price, t wns per ton, ing will curler) over tho crown. each SOCIAL ETIQUETTE. Just a hunilre.1 years ngo, when mostly, Indeed, so far us Is recorded, all ferRemittance tNiuld Lc made k poitottue aion- - Klapnitb dtsl lu isolating from a dark- tile, prodticeil 11 hybrid between species of or draft ta attd chance ot lot. ey order ami Kvenlns. Cloves for I know ti nt pitchblende n yel Newtpapert are nut to copy tint advertisement coloiisl At I'rltiile ur I'nlille Hulls W hill (ionil rhododendrons that were theniselws hybrids, A. f Harper Ilielheit Harper's Iiazar gives tho following sum- thus showing that fertility followed through H.ihout the low oxide. Wiin-liafter carefully tiMlng, ha iuiiig .Men. I iirm Lxnrls fioin , IIAKPI.K .v IIKUl IIKKS. Addrct. mary of fashions in gloves: pniuouuctst to bo the oxide of a new metal. ewn two geuerutious of hybrids. New A man who can dance and will not ilanee, Four buttoned gloves of either Up to the present time It has only Ixvit met mvs one nutliorit) in the social world, should undressed kid aro worn with walking cosIn taolalisi pocket and patches, but with Human Amphitheatres. stay away from n Kill Who has not ennow, according to tho London TIhuh, the countered that ipeci'il tynnif ill lirtsl man tumes. They are made with "drawn seams'' Tlio colisreum was begun Uy Vespasian, 1hs-(bipiKtl and sowed through and through), and emperor of Home, who died A. D. 70. It matkeil who lounges aitiuml doorwnjs or through n centenary of Its discovery lias by the lludiug of it continuous lode at tho suite of looms, looking us if there were not 11 have "Pnris poIuts' llko cords slightly stitch- wus completed by his sou, Tittis, who dedied, instead of broad rows of stitching on thu cated it, or inaugurated it, as wo say nowaUnion mine, Orauiixiuud UikuI, Cornwall, creatine present wottli dancing with! Kick. For more dressy wear at afternoon days of theatres and presidents, in A. D SO, which Is Itehered to Ih the only known halo "iiiai'jo csu of introducing nsts no." At balls tho receptions mid for visiting tno motiMiitetnfro This dioovery is regnrdisl its lu tho world mainly with the Indies nud gentlemen of thu glovos of utidressoil kid iu tan Or gray shades. with splendid games and lights, in which it large number is said that 5,000 animals umi THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE tmiipie in the hUtory of the metal, fur tho hoim, but it chaieroiio may iutroiluce n gens evening wear are similar For lode is what Is known ns n trno iKstiro vein, rn. tleman to her charge, and. If a man is inti- - Suedo gloves of greater length, that aro worn of gladiators were killed. Tho Flavian am ISO and awi) s of tho ore go up ns high ns phitheam, its it was called, is l.till feet mate ith 11 young Imly, ho may ask her CENTRAL KENTUCKY without wrinkles on tho iiriiw, and meeting around; it is Ul.'i feet long, .'ill) feet hroud, and to introduce 11 friend. Teat! I'umi- sleeves; these aro very light tan, gray, U the It iiiiinticipatod that the present dicovery in the form of nu ellipse. It seated 87,0. XJ An invitation to a ptivnto ball, liko every white or blnck, tbo rule Mug to wear white will enable two liiiiortallt tippllcatloiniof tilo other invitation, should bo unswertsl iiutno-- glows with white gowns, black with black, persons. Tho marble with which it wus metal to Im fnllowed up. The lllt is as a originally lined has been lived to build tho lately. SOUTH-W- E ST. gray with gray, and tun with every color. HtilMituto for gld in oleetroplatisl ware, jxilnces of modern Homo Moro than 4.0J Tho ball demjinds the fullest of toilets For general use in tho daytime aro sao varieties of plants haw been found iu tho nml cop)M-- r ft Inasmuch as with pl'ttiuum strict evening ilrif s. FAHT LINE UETWEBN glows, worn quite loose for tho band to slip ruins. forms two boautlfiil alloys, ench having the If alone, n gentleman should go from tho lu cosily, ami without ojienlng at tlio wrist reiipKtiraiico of gold, ninl dressing room to the Kill room mid pay his for buttons; these aro of heavy Suodo leather LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI., sisting the fiction of acids.the former also "Venl, Vhll, Tho second applirespects: to tbo host and hostess. If there aro or Uid, either gruy, tan or black, tan Ijoing Tho Uitln phrase "Veui, vhll, vici" was cation is in connection with eloctt iu liiktnlla-thinSCIli:i)i;i.K IN KKFF.Cr NO 17. Mg young ladles in tho family bo should take tho most used Some now gloves for very cold where Its usefulness consists in its hih earliest opjiorttinlt to sin-nto them and ak weather ureof heay kid, lined throughout first spoken by Cants Julius Casar, wlio was born in Homo July 12, 102 II C, and wus eleutrlcal reslitattce. N'o 1. No 0 No. oho of them to dunco t lie (list set with him. witli chamois skin. Driving gloves aro killed by assassins March l.'i, 14 II. C. Ho is Kx Sun South Hound. If she Is engaged ho may ask her to dance with tan leather Inside a purt of tho said to have seut to tho senate, tho governing l.i Sun ' Dail All Kllteitullllni: Uiprilmeiit. with him later iu tho evening, mid then is at hand, while they uro of any dark, body of Home, n mess-igconsisting of tho 4 I"". m 1 01 ti U A simple exKTltiient llltistrnting the nmong tho Cincinnati . I.ve lilietty to look for a partner 1 4 heavy kid, with wide stitching on tho back, three words (which mean "I came, I saw, 1 P in I.ve Coincton.. 8 18 j m R iw inertia, and which may lw practiced guests. ' ami aro fastened by largi gilt buttons. a in. 9 17 p m 4 ol i l,ve Falmouth,.... 9 41 conquered"), to nutiounco his victory over nsn clover parlor trick, Is tloscribcil by Poplu nsklng n lady to dunco with you, if you gloves 11 10 a ni to j p in i v" v uro no longer gauntlou, but inArr rant of Poutus, at Zelu, 47 B. C. tl m pm to 55 pm' "J" l" ular Scieneo News us follows: know her but slightly, or if you have just stead nro motisquetnlro gloves of very heavy Pharuaces, king Arr l.lvingtqu S 45 P m Make ti little ring of thin cardboard, and been introduced to her, It Is siilllcieitt to say, 11 90 am Kve Parit Iu vurlous shades of o 10 p ni l'lcthlentlitl Term In I'tanee. balance It on tho mouth of a bottle, as shown "Hhall I have" or "May I have tho pleasure kid, tilburied, and aro Arr Winiheiter.. 11 05 p m 7 jo p ni tan color. 0 p m Tho length of tho French president's term Arr llichmonit.... in tho engra Ing. I'laoo n small coin u tlio next set w ith you?" Annpph- of dancing I' '" Air I.ancatter.. s Is nominally seven jeurs. Thiers wus electpiece, for Instance oil tho top of tho cant for this honor is nlways careful to tec. Lnrely Coloring lu Mlks unit Satins. Arr Stanford. ... t to p ni ed president Aug. 31, 187l;.Mnrsliul McMnlion riug, and try to nuke it fall into tho bottlo ognlzo the olllco and authority of tho young 35 P I" I.ve Richmond" . Under tho bead of silks, thero U a decided was elected May 21, 1873, Jules Utevywas by giving tho cardboard it sudden blow. 1 os P m Arr llerea ludys chuj.el one when making tho request. feeling for satin una velvet, plain and hroIn Decem!X, I87'J, audio-electe- d P Tu Arr blvington... S This Is considered no nioro than tho resjiect caded, and theioare n number of beautiful olected Jan. w elected duo to the lady who has kindly undertaken brocades for evening wear, and for mixing ber, lSs.1. Mario F Sndi Cat not us No. 5. Dec. 3, ISS7, of dissatisfactho euro of u young lady at n Kill. day wear. The uowest have president Gtevy'scabfnets. with wool for At th-- i end of every danco 11 gentleman satin grounds, with tho flowers woven in tion with I.ve l.ningtloii . S 00 his partner and gros grain and edged w Ith a raised woven should offer his right arm to 10 5 I.c Hcrea. liel.l or the Cloth ul (inlil. M 45 a in take her uroiiud tbo room at least onco Arr Kichinond.. cord. The colorings are lovely. Thore is a Tills is a celebrated pluiti near tho town of consigning her to her chuperono. Sonto now pink, with it dash of mauve in It, called j do a in I.vc Staufotil 7 45 a in I.ve Lancaster y that a gentle- "camellia," full, rich and well suited to a Ardres, In northern France. It is known by social leaders, however, Arr Richmond. 10 (vi a ni this numo in consequence of the meeting ou man should return tho lady directly to her brilliant complexion. 10 p in I.ve Richmond. lii.ipcrotio as soon us tlio dunco Is tlnishcd, The heliotrope colors ami Egyptlau, viz., a thissjiot In LVM batween Henry VIII of Arr Wlnchettcr . 1 00 p in 46 vj but ho iniy linger hero to converse with her. , mixture of vleux rose and terra cotta, aro England and Francis I of France, with tho'r ? 40 j m 7 jP'ljft am.. .'.'.;!.".' , Arr l'aru p ,- -a 7 At a ball a gentleman is Introduced to a uow. In uearly all the brocades there aro retinues, and the cloth of gold with which thn I,e Lexington aa 05 p in 5 no a. in j 45 p m tn in ai -I.ve Paris 50 P Si lady only that ho may ask her to danco Ith two tints of tho sumo color, such as willow tents of tho two soveieigns were covered. M. 5?--Jy . I.ve Falmouth. . 4 is p in q j a in 5 a. p rn I Whether tho ncquuintnneo shnll go mui grasshopjier, smoke and steel Tinsel is him. in 35 a m 6 30 p in 5 40 p Arr Cowuglon, A''r Should cheaper, and really handsome brocades, ac- Is optional with tho lady. . further p in 10 s5 a m 6 38 p m Arr Cincinnati (jo .. Oia-3- 3 they meet afterwards, tho gentleman will eentuated with gold or silver threads, may I This phenomenon, known ulo ns "Jack- ' wait for n teeognltloii iioloro ho sjieuks. ior h,, had at half the prlcoof a year or so ago. llmnc1-- . J,'- -) o. leaves I'arlx at nml "Ignis fntuus," has tor- On iheMav-tvillI 8 00, . and No. it, at 545, p in, arriving alt AN KXPKltlJlBNT IX INEHTIA. tilled many a simple minded rustic, whereas should u geittleiiiati who is Introduced to a Majtville at to 35, a m, and 810, p m. No. ic Most jiersoiis wlllstriko tho otitsido of th I young lady at a ball nsk for more than two j it Is simply tho phosphuretteil hydrogen gas ituhlou Note, leaves Ma n ille. at 3,15 a in, arriving at I'arii at ring, nml thus fail in tho experiment, m the j oanciw tho sumo owning. Tho showing of , which rises from stagtiaut waters and marshy jn and Entire sleeves, rests and yokes of fur 740, .1111. No. 11 leaves Maytville at of tho cardboard will throw tho I mrked preference In boclety Is always in , pear ou gomo winUr costumes, ncte irauit art Its origin Is believed to bo in the arrives at rant at 4 15, p I grounds. daily except Sunda). inside of , qUostIonnblo taste. coin to quite a illstance; but If tho of tho lone winter wraps aro very dccouiicsltion of animal substances. No 43 leaves Lexington 10 oj am; nrrbo I'arit tho ring Is struck a sharp, quick blow, it wil 1,,;: a lady It. to supiwr , A eutlcmm, co" el lub tlw flciil Uo d0, 10 45 am; except Sunday. moving tho coin, which ,boul3 rccowlll(.t ,er to tho ball room; tho A (.rent I ii he. , No. BhMvesCiiicliinati 5 10 pin; arrives Falmouth bo displaced without popuia.-loo" "vou iui will drou vertically into the bottle. IU In- - fact of her friends Joining her In tho supper 10 pm; except Sunday 7 Lnke Superior Is larger thnu tiny other Intrimming. No. 7loavn Fiilniontli Geo am; arrives Cincin. ertlu preventing It from sharing tho movedoes not relieve hint of tho duty. land sea except thu Caspian, which covers natl7 5Sam; except Sunday daily Wueii dancing, teniomber to lead your ' Bklrts or walking uressos appear to oe m 17(1,00..) square miles and has n depth of but between Lexing- ment of the cardboard. Train Notea' No, nun runs daily between 2.V) feet I jike Superior has tin urea of 32,000 partner through a quadrlllo and not to haul creasing In length, ton and Cincinnati, No Scientific Ilrlefa. Cm' innuti and Lexington her. A lady's waist Bhould bo sacred, and Striped and plula camel's hair combined quale miles mid u depth of 1,000 tevt. Not a nml 6 make connection at inchet ter rrofessor Wolff in Germiiuv has reported thero can bo no cxctiso for clasping it as If make favorlto traveling dresses, M. V. Ky lor points on the N N , . jajtiwttiitodtosteadyyoiit-selfbyitIMPORTANT -- Trains or this line now arrive experiments with clover which Imply acquiHlg Ships. 8cotcb ' a(U nuJ tmftli bld fa,r t ., at and depart from tho Central Union I'aticnEer sition of atmospheric nitrogen. Numerous Do not go through your , .y Dauco quietly. Tlii- - Grat Eastern was t!02 feet long, b3 tulj wuu;r. making connectioni for all Station Cincinnati, lioth steps as if you were executing un Indian wur , tv other lato tsiwrinicnU Indlcato that feet and iliow'i fret of water; the North, Katt and W'ett. points Jo.velrvwas tiover more, fashionable than Tom-'ii't...... ..WW.. .!......, t.; uvm ,.r..iif mui, ,t.-..Hn- -- .. UUIIVI.-Through tlckett and baggage, checked la any plauU nud Mill obtain nitrogen front the air. iiU U ftvj fetit long, tho City of New at tho present time. dettination reached by a railroad. S nn. uiul Lily of Paris about M Professor Kdwaid Hull seeks to set at rest even In tho liveliest measures. For full particulars addreis any agent ol the Co. Dresses made now for dinners, receptions all alarm on to any near exhaustion of EngS. K. 1I.M0RSE. K.H.BACON. and evening wear have the neck more or loss A (loud Many fllutids. , Travchnir Patt'g'r Act., Oen'l 1'att g rAgt., land's coal resources by an estiutato that It Ik ihiiwnr. Cinrbiuati, O. Lexington, Ky. According to the cmlnont physiologist, M. open, with luce Inside. there is enough coal in Northuiubeilund imJ 'tat t III NpviuJu the other day V L MUNSON, Trav. Tats, Agt., Cincinnati. Sappey, the stomach contains 0l000,000glands For morning and simple bouso wear, th Durham to last, ot the present rate of legion two milei U.K. HUNTINGTON, General Manager. forSOO years; supposluj;, of course, by which tho gustria juice is secreted, and a neck of the dress I made high and 'often isl.r nr ten acres' lu extent 'i rwvtnvn with a small, straight collar. few others which secrete only mucus. Chamber of Conuuerce building, Cincinnati, O , ane cons deep enough for It. si:m:s ffl pnr nt w nit tVi'V-Ofl- ill Mil-pli- Harper's Magazine, d uImci-lutcl- i, t 41 1 1 o II ), L. two-third- gone. -- - Harper's Periodicals . 11 jiwsmm fUMH a- zTtZZV? tih-nh- 7?J Sgfrgl, gffl "- ? 11 11 1 ti ma-vrl- lit lo:, 1 tiibr 4t Finn-ms- tr tuci-eiil- s a - I n ll'us-sell's- SgS!? rie& iS& ssS '7a55rlSJ Sw ..V fr x--- iii r - m -r p . -. castff'fllRKsX ra?ji'i"v .1 r wmw-- tsOer jl" ft racTGi-- . i fj vrrz h-- . elVis-tisl- js. grml-tmll- y 1 y .W" AND THUin Jfe:' YOL'NO. ng 1 Sr-il- u j ''. oiie-nixt- eil see-sa- Hiarpor's Bazar, fe-a- ., 1 ar 1 s g tcr Na-tilo- e rriK-tivi'l- ) I y s Harper's Periodicals, Kretz-schiuar- o 1 I ert I I rl Ho fell sure that she hud removed her eggs, and after n short search ho found under thu hedgo upon tweutv-on- o eggs, out of which she brought nlueteen birds. Tho round of plowing bud occupied about twenty minutes, lu which short spaco ok time this anxious mother, probably nsslsttsi by tho cock bird, had removed tho twenty-on- e eggs to u distance of about forty yards. Tlio upieuruuco of the common partridge Is so well known that no description of ita If wo have, sifti and plumage is necessary. not all had tho pleasure of w ltitessiug a covey of these birds rising with a loud whirr from among the stubble fields in tho autumn, wo have, at least, seen the pretty gray flecked creatures lying lu melancholy rows in the jKiulterer's shop. The partridge's nest is usually on tho ground among brushwood or In fields of clover or corn, nnd generally contains from twelve to twenty eggs, of a brown color. The young birds run with tho greatest agility as soon as hatched. Both tho parent birds show a strong attachment to their chicks, and great courage in defending them from every kind of dunger. It i3 said thnt tho jmrtridgo will resort to stratagem to save its young dra wing off any enemy, such as dogs, in another direction by fluttering close before them as though broken winged, while tho brood escape. Until the end of autumn tho parent birds and their brood keep together in a covey. Later in tho season, however, several coveys unite Into a pack, when It becomes much moro ditllcult for thesports-ttia- ti to approach them. During the mowing season nests of partridges uro sometimes discovered amoDgthe long grass, and the eggs taksn out and put under n brood hen to bo hutched. It is said that tho young chicks, to bo successfully reared, require to bo fed on nuts' eggs, and that when brought up in captivity they become very tamo. A .Mistake. A little cloud, one summer day, J if IN ml '. t'l 1 evpir-t'irdero- . !) dre-sed- or While roaming o'er tho sky so blue. Begun to soon and pout, and say "Oh, dear! w hat Is there I can do" 1 KentuckyGentral R. R. m- Now, just below it, midst tho corn. An old man stood, with hoe hi baud. In tattered clothing, all forlorn Ho seemed at uork upou the land. vh m. . rl-l- 11 "Ha! ha!" the cloudlet laughed, nnd said, "Now, hero's a chance to hate some unit I'll rain uion your hoary head. My ancient frieiuj. oud make you run." Hut though tho cloud rained hard and fast. The farmer wouldn't budge a bit. Till iu a et tho cloud at last Cried out, "l neer saw such grit!" Because the fanner wouldn't scare. It sulked and frowned the livelong day. How could it know the figure tliei-Was jiut to keep tho crows awayf full-dres- pel-cen- t. 1 d i 1 VU-I.- " s, 1 I D 1111 111 prln-ciplo- out-sid- o 11 Hiding-- 1 ten-ce- nt North-Houn- d. Uueer l'ncls About IVedlng Wild Animals. Perhaps fow people, young or old, have much idea of tho amount of food required for wild animals in cuptl ity. Mr. Burtlett, the superintendent of the famous London Zoological gardens, calculates tho dally provision fur a full grown elephant ut 150 pounds altogether iu weight, consisting of hay and straw, roots, rice, bread nnd biscuit. Ho ulso says that elephants are fond of spirits. Tlio food of tho hippopotumtis is estimated to bo nbout 200 pounds u day in weight, and consists chiefly of hay, grass and roots. The dally provender ot a giraffe weighs about fifty pound. It is rather a dainty feeding animal, anil prefers clover, chaff, brun and outs, und green food iu summer. Tho lions and tigers obtain eight or nlno pounds of diem. This Is usually horse flesh, its meat thero Is a constant supply of enrensos of hors to be bought at a cheap rate. 4 i4 1 jr Tho zoological gat dens themselves supply . bo-fo- . 1 . 111 Zttffek WffiY 1 111 ' s..., SJ"l ? 'l'' V- '??' a fow odds and ends of meat, such us the surplus gttliKu pigs or tho young sparrows, which are hutched iu nests tint tho old birds impudently build on the premises. There is scarcely an animal in tho gardens that is not ready to catch tho livo sjiarrcws thut audaciously enter their cages. A lion has boett seen to setzo and swallow an Impudent sparrow that was pocking at tho bones In his den. As to tho jackals and foxes, they make very short work with uny bird that has trespassed iu their cages; while the monkeys are still moro excited when they catch ti victim, nnd, usiinlly ! 1 111 I 1 111 1 with the inherent cruelty of their race, thoy tenure tlio miserable bird by pulling out its feathers before thoy blto its head off. A , .J? Droll, Jolly Little Fellow. I I """ i 3 &Z.- ta-i- i,.. ji..... - Zmjm&ti'pzBz: a naps is UAr.cn 8uch a ilrull little. Jolly llwi- - - l ., Thoqueeiest llttl ratihli With a pilrof tsli rima-- i u s ! Uu 11 bo net rr cri ! ... :Ssa&jk" - " yJ'&".,K- v s .1 I e. ifii 11 1 11 jii , " - AS . ... j CTMmvWKW -. irirTTTiW'-- l m ill rTrt - T ' ."i. - 'rvf : -- " ''' t fiiHMfa ??ito v . v Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky., DECEMBER BtANFOHD, 17, 1889 W. F. WALTON. DOTTBILE 1TUMBEE H hff There seems to bo a fatality which V forces murderers back to the scene of the half-coccrime. It1 is demonstrated continually, the latest instance being that of John J. Maloney. Eight years ago ho murdered a young man named Holland in the , coldest blood and became a fugitive from justice and a wanderer upon tho face of u-ooathe earth. A few days sinco he returned to Louisville and is now in tho hands of the outraged law, which will not likely We we one-fift- h bo nvenged on him, since ho is fast dying of consumption and will soon appear Wiiks Gen. Grant was dying the Bosbetore the great Judge, oi vwiom it is forms. ton Globe sent a reporter to obtain from Another Kansas bank has burst, the written, "Vengeance is Mine, I will re Mr. Davis a criticism of his military caFirst National, of Abeline, and confipay, saith the Lord." reer. Mr. Davis magnanimously refused dence in sticl. institutions there is dread and 6tated his reasons as follows: "Gen. The Louisville Critic is authority for fully shaken. Grant is dying. Though he invaded our the statement that Dr. John D. Woods, This country is getting along with country ruthlessly, it was with open one of the brightest and most delightful one office holder to 157 adults. Tho civhand, and, as far as I know, he abetted men in the State, is contemplating the il servants of Uncle Sam d raw about neither arson nor pillage, and has since starting of a newspaper at Bowling $10o,000,000 yearly. boy be tio-e- n the war, I believe, shown, no malignity Green. His friends predicted this when The citizens of the Big Horn Basin, to OJIGBjY. Confcderetes either of the military or he left the business he was born to fol- Wyoming, stormed the camp of Kettle to civil. Therefore, instead of seeking to low and will be glad when their prophe- Jack's gang of murderers ami thieves St., M disturb the quiet of his closing hours, I cy is fulfilled. Kmmett'Logan will also be and hung 11 of them. would, if it were in my power, contrib- in the harness before tho roses bloom Adolnh Tieman was killed at the 'Oil. In. Itiatillori. ui. I1.!.. Ill ........... ..on.....; o Cltlll, 111., ute to the peace of his mind and comfort again, or there arc no prophets or sons same crossing in Cincinnati and by the burned and worth of good whisof his body." of prophets in this country. same engine that crushed the life out of ky was consumed. his son two years ago. Lexington is all torn to pieces over It is said that the juice of a lemon The daughter of Hon. Allen G. Thur- T. H. Grimes, of Bath, sued A. B. the indictment by thegraud jury of May- man, who recently obtained a divorce squeezed into a cup of coffee and drank Barnes for $20,000 for seducing his daugh- will a fiord or Foushee and the police commissioners from Lt. Cowles, on account of inhuman immediate relief in neuralgic him taking his shotgun to for failing to have the liquor laws enforc- treatment, seems to be destined to con- ter, instead of headache. such cases. ed. Several men were indicted for run- jugal misery. It now turns out that the as is customary in A proposition is under consideration DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. s and the proprietors of man whom she married as soon as she ning in Washington to prothe Pincnix and Ashland hotels get sev- was free fiom the old love, is n bigamist, injudicial circles Judge M. J. Durham's new refideme the membership of eral apiece for permitting gambling on at least n pretty French woman has put vide for increasing from nine to eleven. on Broadnay is completed and lie in now their premises. A son of Mayor Foushee in a claim that she is his lawful wife, the Supreme Court furnishing it and will move in a few At Waterville, Me., a I.lHXJpound was indicted for knowingly uttering a which is substantiated by their living todays. Of every description, viz: from the clock in tho forged deed to property in the city. This gether for live years, that, wo believe, in weight dropped The marriage of Charles Kicc to Miss Dressiti" Cases, Manacure Sets, Waiting Desks and crushing the costly Tablets, I'ancy action has caused naturally great excite- California being recognized as equal to a Unitarian church, Kate Powell is announced for next Hox I'aper, Vases, Toilet Sets, Cups and Saucers, Cut Glass Hot-tie- s, organ beyond the possibility of repair. blood is legal marriage. ment. The average blue-gras- s Collar and Cuff Hoxcs and Toys. Mrs. Margaret Dillard, who with her Thursday. Mr. Kice is overseer for Mr. when an effort is sure to get red-ho- t paramour, William Bartholomew, was Granville Cecil of his stock farm and Would ask the citizens of Rowland and vicinity to call and inspect The jury in the case of Jake Kilraiu, made to curtail his right to drink whisMiss Powell is a clerk at Welsh &. Wisethe goods and prices before purchasing elsewhere. charged with prize fighting on the sacred convicted of the murder of her husband, ky and play cards. man's store. soil of Mississippi, found him guilty only was sentenced to bo hanged at Huston, The ladies of tho M. K. church, Among the distinguished men who at- of assault and battery and fixed his punV. H. HIGGINS. The death of Jefferson Davis leaves South, will give a dinner in James Hall tended the annual banquet of the Boston ishment at Si'00 fine and two months W. II. McKIXNKY but one survivor of President Pierce's Monday, county court, tho funds to go was Grover imprisonment in the county jail. He Merchants' Association, Cleveland. The subject assigned him took nn appeal and was admitted to bail Cabinet the Hon. James Campbell, of towards the erection of a new ( hurcli. Gen- Help the cause of Christ and get a good was ballot reform and as usual be had in the sum of $1,000. Considering the Philadelphia, who was Postmaster eral. dinner to boot. something to say which challenged the fact that Jake was the under dog in the Cleveland declines to Mr. John J. Otter and wife, of Louof all who insist on honest fight, the verdict of assault and battery sell his "Brick Top" residence near admiration isville, wete visiting his brother, Mr. elections and purity in politics. Gov. against him seems to be in the nature of Washington, refusing an offer of 5150,-00- 0 James H. Otter, the lant of the week. Ames, who welcomed the guests, said a joke. therefor. He will have need for it Mr. Otter is confident he will win his ' If when introducing Mr. Cleveland, ; AND it in ISM. suit, which is now pending in court, for The investigating committee found wicked democrats speak as well of me Physically Speaker Heed is the larg- Sinking Fund Commissioner, to which when I retire from office as republican-no- that the horao sausage factory in opera- est man in the House. He weighs as he has been twice elected. do of you, I shall be abundantly sats tion near New York, was turning out much as Cleveland nnd is The examining trial of George Hut-se- ll, tons of it a day, but as the owners claim- taller. Carlisle is one of the smallest islled." night police, for shooting Will Cooped that they used only sound horses and largest mentally. er, who was resisting arrest at the time, Here is a chance for Gov. Buckner to shipped their product entirely to France physically, but W. C. Shurtleiff, of Waterloo, Iowa, was called but was postponed till extend a well deserved pardon. Jeff no steps were taken to declare the estabto succeed Silcott. the 'J7th. His bond was $.500, which he Fuson, of Bell, sentenced to a year's im- lishment a nuisance. If the French peo- has been appointed their salaries we gave. It is the opinion of most every prisonment for wounding a man, deliver- ple must have horse sausage, the com- The members who lost are glad to know have at least a shirt one that he was right in what he did; DKAI r.KS IN- ed himself to the keeper of the peniten- mittee thought the Yanks could serve left. Hopkinsville Kentuckian. tiary Friday, with tUe papers of commit- them about as well as the next men. that he was in danger at the time and As the result of a joke one man is was compelled to shoot in ment and entered upon his term. The dead and another horriUly mutilated in Cooper is fast recovering from the wound The news is sent out from Washington sheriff did not have time to accompany Benningtield, the man him besides he had confidence sufficient that Mr. Payne, tho rich Ohio Senator, Marion. John which was at first considered fatal. and killed to believe his attendance was not neces-- , has agreed to make good the defalcation joked, attacked Josiah White The colored people excel anv other sons assaulted linn sary. This is the second case of the ( of Silcott, whom Leedoin appointed at him, when White's race for the number of secret his nose open. No one could guess, of kind on record. Gov. Buckner, your at-- ) his request and indorsement. Senator with an axe and split clubs, &v. David Dillon, formerly champion Payne is rich enough to do it and not tention is respectfully called. VascH, courhe, How they conduit them. Ono now of New miss tho money, but the Congressmen oarsman of Australia, but hall where they meet you can pans on . The ballot box forgery, which was in- - w,0 r(j ,n t,i0 80UJ ,m(, nmch mthcr flWj York, is adrift at sea in a small boat, tho night of their meeting and hear them lenueu 10 give roraaer a imm term am, (,Q ,t t,mn tQ jt, having been driven into tho Atlantic be- singing some old, familiar hymn. One tn,k o Mia Wiiti titi Kn.j lie i .im. .mil Irtli t.wiil Are. fore a bowline gale. He was in tow of u 1H.rlmpg ia BCUu uniCuiU ...v ......, ... night not long sinco I saw quite a numtnk nn(i not,iK else. But-- ' Mario and the bat line parted. of Senatorial inquiry. the bark the subject s ber entering their hall, each one carrya full line of Hardware, &c, n Philac arc still handling F. B. Gowan, the terworth introduced the resolution audi J i doe Morton has set aside the ver-th- e ing a well filled basket. It is astonishshak-'die- t of the two worthies named above are llxing tiie punishment of Walter delphia lawyer and ing how much they spend to keep up ing in their boots over tho probability of Triinlilu tit death for murder committed Pennsylvania Itoilroad Company, shot with the ditlerent societies. One old the parts they took in the matter becoin- - ju Fayette county, because it camu to his himself at Washington ami died iipme- - negro who earns about $i' a week, told ing public. Halstead continues to make knowledge that one of the jurors took diately He started tho movement which me she spent about half of it to pay her personal explanations in hi paper while several drinks the day it was rendered broke up tho "Mollie Magiiires," who dues to the lodge. Which has a reputation that no other.J'low has, and one tliat all Plows Foraker protests too much that ho is He savs the question is too grave n one caused a reign of terror in tho Pennsyva- J. Will James and wife and James make war against, which is an evidence of its superiority and popu. guiltleas of the nasty matter. to the accused to have it submitted to nia coal regions for 20 years. HutchingH and wife, of Crab Orchard, larity. The There are but three survivors now were here to attend the funeral of V. F, drunken men, and ho will see that both The meanest man heard from in the thu juror and tho sheriff ahull suffer so of Jeffeison Davis' Cabinet of remarka Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coffey, of last few days is Dr. Charles Watson, of riously for their conduct. ble men Senator Heagan, of Texas, who Crab Orchard, were here the last of tho Indianapolis. Ho subscribed tl'oO to' was Postmaster General of the Confeder- week visiting and shopping. They will help lift the debt on tho South Street Over 700,000 people have moved to acy from first to last; Thomas II. Watts, Baptist church in a moment of enthuw j Kansas to stay within tho last eight of Alabama, who was Attorney General move to this place about Jan. 1st. Dr. asm, and when called on for the money years, says an exchange. Well, there is for a short time; and Georgo H. Davis, of J. W. Dickerson, of.Ilarbourville, was in Is also represented by us and is giving satisfaction. town last Friday. Winston Wiseman is refused to liquidate. Suit was brought no accountingfor taste. Some other North Carolina, who was also attorney in Middlesboro to remain a short time his plo we know would rather go to tho PIu-ple- a General for a few months. him and tho judge sustained In the STOVK line we have a better line of cooks than any one. in the real estate business. Mr. W. We that a contract made on Sunday, as tonian region than there if they were Tho periodical caso of premature bur- thinks he will go into tho merchandis have introduced the "Gold Dust" Steel Range, which lias advan. his was, is void. The church will there-- 1 given choice and they are very sensible ial comes from Madison, Wis., to shock ing business about tho first of the year. tages that no other has and bids fair to rank among the most pop" foro have to look somewhere else for people, too. tho nerves of thoso who fear a like fate. Miss Mary L. Stan wood has received a ular Stoves of the season. funds to meet its debts. A U. S. Marshal at Charlestown, W. A month ago a young girl, supposed to box of Florida oranges, a gift from 'the bo dead, was buried and Saturday on pastor, E. II. Pearcc, for tho largest New j rizona Cooks have already gained a popularity that no other Jessamine county is experiencing a Va., said that Jefferson Davis didn't dethe removal of the corpse the cofllu was amount made on a nickel during the Keoson of retrenchment and reform. Tho serve a sepulchre, even in a potter's has and will always be a favorite in the kitchen. lyAnd for a smaller n lawyer who heard opened and tho body was discovered year for the benefit of theSunday-school- . court of claims met last week and reduc- field. A cook we offer the "Guiding Star," with or without ing on its face, the hair wrenched from W. E. Lee, of St. Louis, is herepresumreservoir, as ed tho salaries of most of her county of- the remark promptly knocked the fellow the head and the flesh literally torn from ably to see a lady friend. THE stove for a small family and one we are having an immense ficers. The judge is cut SloO; tho county down, as all of his class deserve to be, the face and hands. trade on. attorney $200; tho superintendent of and stamped besides. The Jessamine Journal publishes a letA banknr named Tolleson has been foO, and SjO; Bchools llAitiiiRt.v has recognized thenegroat in jail at Atlanta for a year for contempt ter from Jefferson Davis to S. M. Dunbo on. last, by appointing Dollio Johnson,' a of court in refusing to tell what lie did can, dated Aug. 1'--', 1882, in response to It is stated that pension attorneys only Kentucky woman, cook at the White with his certified capital of $500,000. A an inquiry about bis birthplace and angot $1,500,000 last year out of the soldiers. House. Jliis is rather a small sop to Chicago bank about a year ago became cestry. It says: "I was born in what Don't buy a Feed Cutter until you see the "Uelle City. t1(J rac0 which made his elec- - suspicious, and a receiver was appointed was then Christian county, Ky., but These aro tho sharks that do more clam- - ti,row Don't forget to buy O. K. Lard, the best made. inoring for an enlargement of the raid lion possible, but small favors must be for the Mercantile Bank. The receiver when Todd county was cut oil of Christhan the soldiers themselves. They make thankfully received and large ones in found nothing in tho vaults but 00 cents tian the dividing line ran through my A WORD TO OUR FRIENDS: and n lot of elegant letter heads. Judge father's house, and tho room in which and maintain a lobby to work on Con- - ji proportion qui. to make a I was born is, I have been informed in xgressmen in season and Clarke called on Tolleson We return to you our. thanks and appreciation for the libertl na- Pat Hunt will hang at Paris showing as to what he did with the mon- Todd county. My father was born in unless the governor comes to his ey. This he declined to do, and was put Cii'nruiii. when it was a eolnnv nl Crnl tronagc you have bestowed on us and kindly ask a continuancc thro Richard Godson, tho bright and clov. rl .1 er editor of tho Midway Clipper, announc- rescue. muai: ..1. i" iliAxn who are ocmnu m their accounts, in jail for contempt. There he has lin- Britain. His father was an emigrant t,lc coming year, for county attorof ten weeks and having After a trial es himself a caudidato . n !.. ur ... i and there Judge from Wales and his mother was a native .... ineif nn - nrnmnt cnfflamnnf . w.. r.w..,rv .i.i.,t.Mii.iii, gered for one year, us unpleasant . to US to put our ney. Hurrah for Dick! we are for him wrestled with tho case since Friday, tho Clarke aayB he will have to linger for the of Georgia. My mother was a native of friends to extra costs making settlements. body and bouI, and hope thiB may find Cronin jury at Chicago had not agreed the balance of his natural life unless ho South Carolina and her father emigrated Very7 Respectfully, Ireland. from makeB the showing required. HIGGINS & the gtfod people of Woodford the same. at last accounts. k Tiik best article ever written by any one on prohibition was the production of Jefferson Davis in response to a request for bis opinion on the subject by friends in Texas durinir the campaign, which ended in a complete overthrow of the proposition. It argued tho question from a constitutional standpoint and cut a decided figure in its defeat. There was nothing of a fanatic about Mr. Davis and he was not given to going off ed on any subject, therefore his opinion was justly regarded with great weight by men who look at the liquor question in the only practical manner. We hardly think the expression of nn honest opinion will send a man's soul to hell, as come impracticablrsraay think; but then we do not claim to be an expert in such matters. A nnuTAL wife murderer was hung at Plaqueminc, La., Friday, whose last words were, "I Htn going to glory, l am going to my eternal crown." Anil then in the classic language of a Chicago head liner on a previous occasion, he was "jerked to Jesus." Auotuer nnmicrer executed the same day, said, "The mjn-ut- c this noose is cut my soul hops into Heaven." If the scaffold declarations of tho red handed fiends, who sometimes pay tho penalty of their crimes are to bo credited, the surest way to Heaven is by the hempen line after committing tho foulest murder possible. And some people are silly enough to believe them, not. withstanding the Bible says, ".No mur derer shall enter the Kingdom of Heav en." NEWS CONDENSED. Robert Browning, the poet, died at London, Friday. Sullivan hsis agreed to fight tho negro Peto Jackson for n purso of $15,000. Tho Supreme Court of Now York has decided that electric wires must go under ground. Eighty-on- e tons of Cjitiuino have already been consumed in this country this year. Mt. Vesuvius is in active volcanic eruption and Naples is crowded with sight-seers. Yon will always find us on top when ness and Bottom Prices. it comes to real live Novels, big busi- ... All Europe is said to bo sneezing with tho epizootic, which promises to afflict America. 0 Statistics show that there are persons serving penal sentences in the German Empire. Since IStX) tho amount of conscience money sent to the treasury department foots up over $1,500,000. Judge W. II. PettUB is announced as a candidate for Mayor of Somerset and he would make n good one. Lucy Watson, n wayward b'hI of '20, from Barbourville, suicided at Knoxville, Tenn., by taking morphine. Mr. Brower, of North Carolina, Friday introduced in tho House a bill for the repeal of tho tax on tobacco in all its :V0,-00- THE LOUISVILLE STORED Will give away every dollar's worth of goods in their store if the prices on our goods are not lower than this market ever saw for same values. We want your Christmas trade and we're going to have it. The inducements we offer for Christmas Bargain seekers make this statement an absolute . n certainty, for who will pay 81 for what they can buy for 10 cents r ITt ire win save yon zo per cent, on every purcnase of Dry Goods, Clothing-- Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Car pels, iviaTDing- ana ionaay s; This guarantee. have not space to enumerate gains we have prepared for you, but of tho Bar- A Visit to Our Store will Convince You' that the Louisville Store is the Place to Make Your Christmas Purchases. Remember with every dollar's Worth of Goods yon Ticltet will entitling yon a chance on the $200 a Man Stanford. SAMNGER, Manager. At Jones' Drug Store, ROWIiAXTD, KY, pool-room- HOLIDAY GOODS nt Higadns I w to-da- y, McKinney, Groceries, Hardware, Conl Stoves. T !... ! , , ,, ,,,. Salt, IJuic, Cement, Flue Tiling, Corn Shelters, Water KlevatoiK, Ik-side- well-know- The Oliver Chilled Plow J I Hamilton Steel Plow peo-agnin- st well-know- er Special Bargains in Heating Stoves- ''" i! 1 McKINNEY. V r, - -- y Ar '.. r1 SI' r- - Tir-- j m r, ' h -- ' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournul j 1889 Country Kkau thu SomiiiiIm ntT. It. Walton's. of Cnrrier A advurtlneiULMit Guns, ammunition nnd loaded cheap at T. MuUnlf's. sliellfl Finest New Orleans Molasses at A. A. Warren's Model Grocery. SrAroRD, Ky., December Wutt. Lamps, titti'enBware, &c. MetcnU'B. Don't forget tho MeGibenys whatever Kkau Allen, l'air fc Co.'s ndvertlsc-men- t nnd do ns they request you before you do. They will bo with us on tho cheap nt T. buying holiday gootls. L'dth. wide-awak- i Christmas Goods . -- or w A B.O,WALTON,BU8.MQnaKer MEANS BUSINESS. IU'v Your Xiiinit Trix from A. It. lVnny. f ..v f I PERSONAL POINTS. V Miss Ih'ihk Haii.uv Is visiting friends in Frank tort. Mns. H. 1'itiijfTi.KY spent a fewdaysin Cincinnati on businehs. Mns. John Hkli, (iinso.v U vibiting her mother nt WillinttisburK. Kkv. John Hf.ix Giiihon is with his father's family in Mercer. Miw. Dit. Mi'llinh, of HiKhlaml, wus here yesterday and paid us n call. Miss Ma(khk Folk, of Louisville, is with her sister, Mrs. Ma, II. A. Kviiiih. Mits. Li'ua Dimm, of Atlanta, is her datiKhter, Missljturu McAnally nt the College. via-itii- x Miw. M. K. Davilvi returned yesterday from thu burial of Mrs. Fannie Frew itt, nlFerryville. G. It. CooiT.it is buck from Casey. where Ills party Kot 110 biids in two or thteo days' hunt. Miw. F. L. Swain and brother, Mr. Jell' .Swain, ol Fleming county, are visit-itil- 4 i V, 1 m te S Mr. J. D. Swain. Mihs (iKitriK Giiaiiv went home yesterday to spend the holidays with her tertained thanks an invitation. evening in honor of her guest. Miss parents at Columbia. , Cards and dancing were inWaiihkn Ai.lk.n-- of IlnrrcxllHi!', and Du. Cox nnd Charley, with Dr. Grady First-Clas- s dulged in and n most delightful lunch and James Davis, of Columbia, ami S. F. Pictures Charles Wnotilritlh'C of the Danville wns served nt the proper time. were here Sunday. Stagu returned from their four days' m ... J. V. LukitoNK, u,'eiii furthest. Iritbin) hunt in the neighborhood of Wood Sin k we put our cloaks down to cost is Globe Democrat, is here in the stock ami Feu Lick Saturday. They we have been having a very line trade euterprisiiiK ltper. on them and the sires aro being broken said that they bagged U17 quail, but we Miw. Ana D. VA.vAiwiLEand daughaflidavit of some, so if you have not supplied your- were tinablo to secure thu ter, Miss Minnie, of HarrodsburK', were self yet we advise you to call at once ami any of them. At Cheap Rates till Christmas. the K'ests of .Mrs. II. J. .Mcltolterts. make your n lection. Owsley A Craig. AcQi'iTTKii. Silas Fanbry, who was fail to take advantage of the mm John L. IIoni.ki, late of thiscotinty, in accused of stealing Miss Liccie Uealey's Don't an applicant for 8tiKrvitor of the census Mivtiikls. Metcalf A Koach's grand watch from the express company, was opportunity. in his district, the Uli, and we Iiujxj he aggregation of talent, as the circus editor admitted bv tho examining court. His w ill net it. would say, will make fun for our iieoplu younger brother swore that he found the M is" La cut Ki.lis was called to her next Satuiday night, til. The company box containing it under the platform at T0H50HIAL ART GALLERY numbers some 13 artists nnd they carry a home in ljuisvillu yuslurdny by a street thu dcpot.and tlid so with such apparent stating that her sinter was very ill eood baud. Come in and see their honesty that the court was convinced of if typhoid fever. parade and stay to the show. J kssk Thompson, Pro'r. his innocence. Mks-ow- . . Julian Titi'KiiKtitr, S. S. Mygave Mrs. Hkv. John Uki.i. Giiion Ouit townsman, Mr. A. A. "Warren, is ers and little Kmily went over to Millers-bur- g Ileid's elocutionary enteitainmeiita com- rivaling the veteran Louisville newsboy, Having employed the assistance lost week to see Mrs. Truehcnrt plimentary notice Sunday and advised Fat Murphy. Hu hns been in the busi- of and Miss Mary .Myers. James Green, an expert barber, his members to attend if they desired to ness nearly tJO years and has received I am better than ever prepared to Mk. J. Otte.viikimkii, of New York, is a good performance ami at the same numerous letters from the vnrions pawait on my customers to anything here teeing after his all'airs, preparatory see time help a worthy woman in her strug- pers lie sells, complimenting him on the in my line. I am thankful for libto sailing for KuroH on the 'Joth. He is gle to support herself and family. large number disposed of during the eral patronage during the year just I n line health nnd spirits. m well Du. A. S. Fan k is arratiKing to locate It is not necessary to say with regard year,inaswhich as tho business like man- closing and trust by polite attenthey are handled. hvro for thu practice of his profession and to this issue, "If yon don't see what you ner tion and good work for all to merit it is rumored that it won't be longbefor" want, call for it." It is all here and more colored a continuance. A Zulu. John Hansford, a he takes to himself a partner. besides. It will taku you a week to read boy who left here four years ago, is with Uo. MiCitKWtv, whoiiresliled so ably all the interesting advertisements and his mother again, nfter having traveled over the Committee on Foreign Allairs the other entertaining matter. And what all over this country and .Cuba with in the Inst Congress, will bend the tlenio-cratis more, we are going to do it again next John liobiuson's circus as the wild man list on the same committee. issue. from Africa. He said that tho proprie Mit. K. 11. Smith, of thu Mt. Vernon always nours when it logins to rain tor paid him $10 a week to sit with rings It signal, was hero yesterday to see if a new in amusement as well as other matters. ' in his noee and ears and exhibit to won job press shipped to him from Chicago After n famine of a month or more we dering crowds the tatoo that covers his on the i'tli had wandered offat this point. And other Tricks for the Holidays are to have a feast for the next week in entire body. He has over thOO figures on can be found in variety at Mu. F. A. Fitman, the prince of auca the Ilustou- him made by a New York doctor at tho show line tioneers and the champion of thu use of ville elocutionists, Saturday night Met- cost to him of fM. In the winter time printer's ink, is conducting the doting ami on the -- Oth he says ho is engaged by the dime musecalf A Roach's Mim-trel- s out saluof Fowers' stCH'k at ilustouville ums to dance on tho sharp points of thu MtGibeny Family. this week. nails and broken glass, which he doe Tin: Times Washington man telegraphs Thu Danvillu Advocate publishes n with impunity. John is quite a curiosiSee him before you make your that Secretary Noble ha-- i declared for liberal synopsis of the road law prepared ty and n livingexample of lUrnum's Christmas purchases Gen. Ijindram for pension agent, which, for this county ami adds. It is a subject that the American pcoplo love to if true, settles the question fu favor of that is atlrnctiiik! general attention all bu humbugged. over tho State, and a little light upon it , that gallant and gentlemanly soldier. ago wo noted the fact that TiiK.MiililleslioroXews says that 0. W. will bu boneticial in bringing foitlt thu Will Dishon had to give up a liorso that Metcalf, Jr., bought trto lot- - tlicio and defects in the present law and to assist hu had bought from Harvo VniiArsdale, within '25 minutes was nifcrctl an ad- tho-- e whosodesiie to fuiinulatu a Dealer in had stolen from ; which that individual vance of J750, but letused to take it, so ' hiH brother Sam. niter stealing niui iioui great is his contiduueu in tint city of o,,,,t-v s q ',,,n w.m n1 V"8 " mud. Keid's Wnfcs ' I III I f'Ct II vi ), l.w Kr.tlior im A I Kiln le was in the MlSIM AMI Ll.li:Tni)HI!LLllUVO ocntion, will be with us 1 '"' .i.mlti.ntinrv nt tillil! till! auilUIll WltS bvitjnu' sticlt dcciiieil favorites here that is varied ami snid to be found, entertainment for horo stenlniL' in j'hristinn Keeps always on hand a well sesincere regret will he felt on their de- very entertaining. The prices are unii- county nnd wns wanted in s'Vtial conn-tic- lected stock ol I'ancy Groceries. parture the Inst of the week. Miss Ida, Htittlly low and the performance ought to fur tho sumo oll'oiise. I5ut his c.iss who is hciug treated font tbioat trouble, .mitt- - 4)ii lintwi. tit fk..VJ... A miwtmv IVf.l li.iftl ....j...n l" " HIV ..VM.V , h tve all now been removed to a higher j j wjth is much improved. come will be heartily appreciated by our i..inri. Cancer it ecteil his loniruo aim Col. W. li. Wklcii and G. S. Carpel), neighbors, and we hope it will be given ters and Celerv for Christmas. bodied Friday after horrible sulleriiiK ter describe the Davis funeral ceremo. tlii'iu. in his nnirow cell. It is said that ho wns j nies ut New Orleans ns the largest, thu mimf ilt J. 15. OwK.N-- t maintains his reputation connected by blooil with somo oi 1110 vFSsp most solemn and impressive they ever n at-- 1 V ityW rfrfTTt I:'l'l 1. .Mercer and Boyle W.tr witnessed. The order was bimply per- as thu linest shot hereabouts. Friday ol) best people in iILSHrVAif ffWdUrtfiry lie went binl liuntiiii; with ties and there was no uxcuso for his fect and everybody seuuieU to reali.u the cartridges, lleforu hu j;ot to tho grounds Htealiuj; in tho world. His family oiler-lii- s of the invasion. dogs becamo frighteneil nnd ran homo od him every indueeinent to lead a bet Tiik Louisville'Truth has this to say of at their best speed. Not to bo outdone ter life, but he refused and died n felon Mr. Thomas MeKoherts' pretty daughter: Miss Mary McUoborts, of Danville, is ho secured a shepherd dog nnd proceedTin: K. 0. Soi.t. It is stated visiting Mrs. llenjamiu Atehiusou. .Miss ed to thu Ileitis and this is tho result ns wind authority in tho dailies that McKoberts is one of thu noted blonde told by himself,i ami ids wor.l is as good ' Kentucky Central had been sold "." to . Danville, nnd is solo ,!81b0ir.: beauties of lulled company, which is con-- 1 rabbits ami two stiuirrels." .. ill Is noint Tj. mjrm heiress to thu richest estntu in ltoylu 128 ....... by tho Ilichmond and has this let him ad 'hicted If county. is stated that Terminal Company. It Fnoi", W. K. Shaw, .Mannging l'ditor vance to thu front ami take the gun tho L. & Jf. wns also a bidder for tho of the Kentucky Home nnd School, was Cabby Coi'ht. Hon. R. C. Warren re- nronertv. but that Mr. Huntington, who " ii'nnTfj r Hu turned from thiscourt Saturday and from owned the IC. 0., came to teams' with tho down from Mt. Vernon SoMinliiy. '1 lie Shortett ami Qulclcit hits just gotten out another largo edition him wo gather that tho noted divorce K. T V. & G. people, nnd that tho deal t and is se- suit of .Mrs. Hettie, against her husband, was made, though tho transfer has not Junction City to New Orleans. of his paper, a riously contemplating making it a week- Oscar Denham, wns compromised by his taken place. Should this bo correct thu Kntlre trains, baqjc car, Jay coaches and ly. Frof. Shaw is full of enterprise and withdrawing his charges of unchastu L. k N. and the Queen & Crescent will ilecpcrs run through without ih.inuc our Mt. Vernon friends are singularly conduct against her nnd paying tho havu a strong competitor for tratic out of The Shortest and IJuicUM fortunate in securing him as an edu- court's costs nnil ?:,ll2", for her own uso Cincinnati to tho South. Thu Kentucky Junction City to Jacksonville, Fla. cator. and benefit. Siio had been drawing $2. Central main lino extends from Covingper month alimony for a year or two. ton to Livingston, u distance of 157 TI10 only line running through trjiniand iletp. CITY AND VICINITY. I'ayne Mrs. Denham also retains custody of thu miles. There are branches from Paris to Shortest line to Chattanooga, Tennv FortShrese-lxir- t, McridUn Mls.. VicUtiurc. Mi"., child. In addition to Mr.. Warren, tho Loxinuton, It) miles; Richmond to Row Ala., I.u. Knoxvillc, Telin., Atlanta, li., Autjui-t- a, IIai.k Soi.ks at T. K. Walton's. .i. Annisloti, Ala,, Birmingham, Ala., and lady was represented by Hill t .McKob land !M miles, and l'aris to Maysville, r0 Mobile, Ala Nick X. 0. Sugar cheap. T. R. Walton. erts. Denham s attorneys were J. W. miles, making a total of L'dO miles, Tim California-l'ullm.iAlcorn and the Stones. Tho casu of Clem GO miles of road between Livingston ami port for Tenat Mexico and on 4l) through train . lloudoir Sleeper Twki.vk thousand brick for salo nt T. is formed with one million acres of land in Alabama subOver Wilkerson for the killing of Charley Jollico. where a junction Unaurpaited climate. ject to JIotcalf'H. Llpo was continued and defondnut ad- thoK.T., V. AG., is owned by tho L. & rorr.it", I maps, etc , nddrcM .m V. J. COX, Aeent, Junction City, Kv. will either bo Ouk cloaks aro going very fast since mitted to ball in f 1,000. The other cases X. This pieco of road KKANK V. WOOI.EV, TrAV. I'a. Agt., & a Lexington, Kv. down nt cost, so call ntonco of importance were continued and thu linucriit or leased by tho 12. T., V. G., wo put them I) U. tuwAKUS, C.OAUI.T, arrangement mmlu or n j J Ceul. Managrr. Gen. Pats, .V Ikt. Agt., before our sixes nro broken too much. court finally adjourned, after n week's suitable trafic ' Cincinnati O. line constructed. parallel session. OwBley & Craig. DuitiNti this month and January I will e Arm of 0. II. and G. The Toys of every dewriptioii nt A. A. sell millinery nt cost. Call nnd secure a F. Baker have moved to thu old II. F. Wurren'aMotlel Grocery. bargain. Mrs. Kntu Duddertr. . . Young property at Highland. CitAKi Bold for Mrs. M. K. Lord J. T. Don't fail to seo A. A. Warren's disTiik skating rink business is getting to the house on Depot street to Anderson play of Holiday Goods. He has u large, be thucrazo again. Many of thu towns, Cnrr for ?.T0. beautiful assortment. including Lebanon, havu gouu daft on it. varied nnd Oka.n'uk", CocontiutH, Candit'S XuU, Van Fakty. Mrs. W. 11. Miller will givo a We give thu poem of Mr. Harney literIlulsiriH, Viw, Oysters, Crackers, Ac, nt Arsdalo not so much because of its party at 8:I!0 Wednesday evening in honA. A. Warren's Model Grocery. but or of thu Misses Twidwell nnd Miss Klla ary merit or successful rhyme, It is the production of a man in his Lkhk.n sic dies. Don't fail to see A. A. McKlwain. 8oth year nnd therefore n curiosity. W'nnon's display of Holiday goods. Hu Lost an Kve. Kugene, son of Cyrus nnd benutiful ussort- has a large, vaiied Go at once and see the immense stock M. Jopcs, sulfurcd a painful accident ment. of Christmas eootls just opened at W. II. while cracking walnuts witli the butt Tiik tlrst of January is drawing near end of an old chisel. It bounced and the McKoberts. He has the most extensive and 1 insisMliatall of my customers fa sharp end went into his eye, putting it linu ho hns ever handled and his store II. C. out. is just the place to select Christinas presvor mo with an early settlement. m Kupley. ents. Tiik Christians nnd Now Year's rates Hkmi'.miikii, we will sell you a cloak on thu railroads have been fixed at four Mr. JetrSteinberger and Miss Amaninstead of da Hutchinson, of Crab Orchard, were just nt wholesale prices, so if you want cent a mile for tho round-trip- , to purchase call nt once as we begin to !t, as lust year. Tickets w ill be sold on married here yesterday by Judge Var- thu t.M, 25 and :il nnd January 1, good to non. move next week. Owsley A Craig. return until Jnnunry 3. F.lder Darsie's meeting at Richmond Most of our correspondents nro conwas still in progress at last report with A MKKiiY party of 14 young Indies nnd spicuous this time for their silence. It 40 additions. usually happens when wu wnnt to make gentlemen went up to Crab Orchard about thu best show possible that they forget Springs Sunday evening nnd but for an NEW ADVKRTISKMKXTS to write. incident, which might have resulted se mm Tiik men, Doolin and Cope, cbnrged riously, tho occasion would have bet n of enjoyment. with tho killing of William Watson, who one continued round con was misbehaving at a Sunday-schoo- l Tiik Jessamine Social Hop Club will Tlie property occupud by A. K. Klkln, near the vention in Fulaski, were granted ball, give a banquet ami ball at Nicholnsvllle Dmirille toll gate. Good home, outhcuics, orchsays the Keporter, in $n,000 ami J.OOO 18th, in honor of tho mar- ard, water, two acr' ol (;0"d ground, Ac. I'os. respectively. riage of Mr. George Denmau to Miss Knuon gitrn at onte. M. K KI.KIN. 83 Miss Ithodn Fortmnn en- Mattiu Fickett Taylor, both of that town. Flkasant. a few of her friends Friday Thu Hop Club here acknowledges witlt m AT- .i. T.R WALTON'S -- A VKRY- - m Fine Line Plain and Fancy Candies FOR RENT. Xj o o kli Fruits, Nuts, Prize Boxes, Chewing Gums, &c. Candy Toys, CapPistols and Caps, Torpedoes, Dolls, Rattles, Harps, Perfumery, Jewelry, &c. Cake Ingredients, Extracts, Cranberries, &c. Cor. Main and Somerset Streets. e, & inter-t'htofth- at ftt Earp's Art Gallery J dis-pAt- m r.SSTCAXiF Wholesale and Retail ie Candies, Fruits and Nuts, Groceries & Hardware. exceedingly thankful to the people of Stanford and vicinity liberal patronage extended me during the year of 1889, and I for the hope by I am t, W Ho BJttABY'So Pair and Honest Dealing, Low Prices and Largest Assorted Stock of Goods, In my line to have a continuance of your patronage in 1890. My stock of goods for the Holiday trade consists of Candies, Oranges, Figs and Nuts at wholesale and retail. My regular stock embraces shelf and heavy Hardware, Groceries, Oueenswarc, Lamps a Specialty, and Tobaccos at wholesale. You can get Hrodhcad Tobacco from me at same prices as from factory. In the Stove line my stock is always full. I handle the Kconomist, Wrought Steel Range in all sizes and the famous Columbian, sold here for ten years, all noted for durability and superior baking qualI buy direct from the ities. In Heaters my line is unsurpassed. in large quantities and can sell them accordingly. Foundry Again thanking you for trade and favors, Respectfully, T. METCALF. Peter Hampton, sub-htititt- e. .!?" rs: ... m -- r1 fresh fish s ystbrs. j. q 1 1 ( i K I mm 4.vr-iir- coun-ternoo- . 1 1 TOYS, TOTS ! -- AT- f"0't lu. v.o, i.i.. 1 ua Jjf3PVBTfW' -- , aiw An immense line of Toys of every description for the Holidays now open and ready for inspection. ANBMJIISS, The largest assortment ever brought to town, of both fancy French and Stick. semi-monthl- FBTUKTS Of every description, fresh and fine, just from the Soutli. FANCY From llWOJHlffilGES and at prices . the best importers very reasonable. Celery, the '3 'I'! m n Always on hand ready to be served or sold in quantities. best in the market. When hungry go to ZIMMFR for a good lunch at just half what "ihe hotels charge. 1 iSmky&L Vt. itk h&Ubf4 r.i.s.1. M m TTf bi, 1WWII mUstil ll,ai, j,saS KHMXI sc mSSm ztpsaafamimemmmam ,i iilirtiilrtfllrWii ,4. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal A AN CHRISTMAS EXERCISE. ENTERTAINMENT TO BE GIVEN IS PLUCKED. Published Every Tuooday and Friday BEFORE THE "TREE" S'J PJCU YJCAR,iy ADVANCE Pull Direction for the Pioititrtlnn of a Vert I'mttj Setlesof Tableaux Unit Will When not so paid $2.50 will be charged.K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. leases Rowland at 700 a. m., returning Train at S.JO P-- " He Sure to Please Their IHdetst, the Children and L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 131pm South 57 P Express train " South ' " North 7am 6joam Freight North Coral 3 sp " soutn The latter trains aIo carry passengers. Thr shove calculated on standard time. Solar time l about jo minute faster 1 Mail train going North ti 3Pm ? Pa -- X- m. J-?1 drawn and the Fairy Joy retlro. Theso TARIFF NOTES. lighU can effectively to used before and after each tableau. At tho light burn down, Between 1870 and 1880 tho woolen tho Fairy Peace enters at once and sayst mills iu tills country decreased by 875. Hush) the Christmas day li ending-- . Angels on the earth descending In 1807 thoro wcro 88,000,000 eheop1 Ule tho world cast of tho Mississippi river; now thorn , Olory strenmeth down front heaTt-nMoro protection, less' aro 18,000,000. ivace unto mankind is given ehecp. Through the light That ramo down from beaten atore, A good story wns rccontly told to a Ughtin all the world through tote. Ilnrvard nudlcnco by William Lloyd Julia floddard. I "When I was in London lateWhen the Fairy Peace waves her wand Garrison. another tableau npenrs. It represxints an ly," said ho, "Uko every other American old lady sitting in an armchair, in the act of I went and ordered somo suits of clothes btioklngueat on her lap. On n table near As my money was not protected, the by lies an ojien lxx)k, and her gl issjm rest on tailor was very glad to tako it in it. (Hinging of liells is heard in tho distance.) for his clothes. Not only that, When this tableau Is hidden from view, tho but lio solicited my atronage after 1 Fairy of Christmas Hells, entering, mjs: should return to America. I leplied that O bells' am eet bells! across the years I thought the duty would make tho ImHtilf gn , half had, j our chiming; 01.1 MISS KATE BOGLE It a Candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county. Election August, 1890. 91. Is a Candidate F. Brlnklcy or Clerk of the Court of Appeali, subject to the action of the Democratic party Klei.iou August, t3oi Are stilt Iu the hutlnets ami ready to do uny Ofiiceneitdoor to Whitehead's Drug Stort, thing In the L'ndrriakinginc We hate a full stock of Cstes and Caskets of all kinds and Kohet Speciil attention gn en to diteiset ot children of every detcription Our hearse, which Is near j s;7-t- f. Mr j I new can be obtained n short nonce lll shovt Orion has charge oft ur business and our goods to any one netiliny aii)lhlng In our line 64 tf HARRY A. 8. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MT, VKRNON, lv V. 'rt. J. T. STTTTOIT & CO., 1 HUSTONVILLE, KY. EVANs, K jo)n je tell, old sorrows swell Throughout j our tender rh) nilng. ROYAI (ROYAL 'sfc llV 3 S pis!! i. POWDER Absolutely Pure purity, Yhispottder never taries A martct Mreligth and h lc unenes. More economical than the ordinary kinds and can not be sold iu competition with the mult. tude of low test, short sveight, alum or phosph iti powders. Sold only in KOY I. IIAklN.. POW DKR CO , cam ork 18106 Wall street, New -- I'OK- SALE AT A SACRIFICE I will ell the house Known a the Property Stroud Orchard, at Crab 1 IVOS'K 11101 SAND DOLLARS cash The Cottage opposite the Railway Depot, formerly eccupied lv H K Miller, at the same place Tor K1CJH f HUNDRLD DOLLARS cash. Samecan 71- - be seen by applying to Mr. W 1' Ken- - ncdy, Crab Orclunl. in No 30 Stale Street, New York J OTTENHLI.MFK, R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S, DENTIST. Nl'MHER of children should O happy bells' through coming jers lie in a room separated from We hear In 3 our glad sendiiu, tho sjieetiitors by fnldingdoors t Tim nussKigti Mill of ivace, good will-- All or curtains. Directly onjtosito Jarring blending these doors should le n second Caro A Dugnn in front of curtained succ, Hut tho poets fail to sing of n Christmas which tho children tiro seated. bell whoso sounds are dear to all hearts, This inner setof curtains mint whoso voice is always heeded, whose uus.snge l.o arranged to inovo back is ninny pleasant It is tlie Cliiistiuas dinqulekh nml noiselessly, its tho tableaux will ner boll. lie represented behind them. Some of tho Tho tableau disclosetl shows a table, appar11 children may bo reading, some playing with ently spiccid for a ChrUtums feast, and mllet game- toys n'l !tio engage" '" n maid, with while cap and apron, just iu the The fairies should enter as clldlngly nnd act of inging a largo dinner Ml. Tho rlngi J Tho Fairy of Joy Ing of liells is also hoard outside to suggest nolsele-.- lv as valorem. Common w iudow gl.is lias to may be dressed in led, with holly berries or the kind sK)keu of iu tho jioem. pay as high as bt). Ill percent, of its vulue. loaves, real or Imitution. Tho Fairy of Peace Iu this way tho cost of a liouso is made appears, droved in n soft gray, with hair to reach u very littmlsomo sum smoothly urranged. Sho outers with hands clasped 011 her breast, and eyes looking dow The old leaden statue question has Tho Fairy of Christinas Bella will turned up in New York again in somemake an effective appearance attired in some h J .0 what different guise. Messrs Tiffany ' light colored dress, decorated with rows of . &fc it Co. imported ti lot of bronze statues little gilt nnd silver Mis. The Fairy of 7 VJM r-- r -- s t.- - V and statuettes from Europe. As objects Christmas Stockings may wear a striped suit of nrt tlie.se wero dutiable at a rato of 10 and carry a stocking full of toys in one hand. V' The Fairy of ( 'hristuni Greens is continued in per cent. The collector, however, classed 7&J.rmmvL! s white, with decorations of evergreen. Tlie them as miiuufncturcs of copper and Fan y of Chi istinas Gifts may wear a promptly "sassed" them with a duty of dress, trimmed with strings of 43 per cent. Tiffany A: Co. appealed to ca i as that is a time honoretl decoration for tho circuit court of the United States, the gift tree, ami iJioiild catry a nmll sillc which gave judgment in their favor. bag full of, presents. Each fairy should hnv e Tlio collector carried tho matter to the a wand. Thee can bo easily made by covsupremo court of tho United States. The ering slender cniie, or, better still, black 1 board pointers, wjtli gilt or silver Kier. supieuiecourt promptly wanted to know Santa Chilis is attlrel in tho regulation coswho cast tho statues, mechanics or artume, which may be hired for the occasion. tists? "Mechanics, from tlie designs of As the outer curtains are draw n, disclosing artists," said Tiffany. "Then." aid tho the group of children, a ringing of Wis is supremo court, with great solemnity, heard, some far away, some near at hand. "tliey must lw mamifactiiies of copjier, Tho prettier it can lie made to sound, the THE CntllSTMAS IK VST. and, therefore, tho rate Is 43 iwr cent." more effective tho whole entertainment will Tlie next tableau Is disclosed by the Fairy be. The,) may accompany each tableau, when tho fables cease bcukiug. of Christinas Stocking, who, entering, mnsi ritrlosltlea of the Turin. (ifKl bles.s the little stockings When the lielU ring tho children should ceaso When a famous Duko of Richmond All orer the land listen. Then their occiitations and iippear to Hung in the choicest coiuen. heard many years ago that many per- one iepeat (without rising): Iu the glow or crimson light! sous in Ireland wero starving, he said in The Christmas bells the Christmas bells How merrily tliey rhis' tho most iierfect good faith: ."Whv don't The tlin, scarlet stocking. To weary hearts a pulse of Joy. With a hole in the heel and to. they use curry powder? That's what I , Wont by wonderful journeys A kindlier life they brink'. always tako when I feel hungry andean-- 1 travr, Tho darling have to go. The poor nun on his coiicUot not got anything to eat." lie was un-- I The t ieh on downy IkhI, The blockings, of all sizes Hail Ilioglftd Hounds as oiecs sneet consciously using a stiong protectionist And itatterns great an I small, Of angels overhead. argument. When eoplo in this coun- With many glad surprises, dK-ord- s 11 1 le. O merry lielU' this Clnlsl1n.11 day How loud nnd clear your ringing' Bueii lot omul mirth o'er nil tho earth Your lusty voices Hinging' portation prico piohibitory 'Not at all,' said tho tailor. 'You wo, I send you two invoices, ono to show to tho custom house, nnd tho other to pay mo by ' " Men who envy tho very moderate home rents which Europeans pay, in compari son with the inhabitant;! of the United States, forget the clTcct of tho tariff in enhancing the cost of the materials. If n man wants to tisoimiMirtcd marble in building his house, he has to nay CO per cent, advance on it to the treasury The lumber for bis liouso is taxed $2 per i,000 feet. Screw nails and hinges got olT with a modest 10 kt cent. each. Paint costs cents a touud additional for tariff taxes. Slates aro admitted to this country after paving 23 jioi cent, ad ANALYTICAL SlANrOlll), CHEMIST, ivcy, ecd and Sals iabli Engineerinp; and Surveying in all branches. Established 1825. FOE INSTJHiAITCE On Dwelling,, II mm W. Good I , 'cts4ssOHaBH9sTsB3kSirVvt fc4(UMsssssssssssllslaK3ssssssssHffssBS Uwndise, ,V , a pty t lurmture the jUI Mer- - H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. OMULS', K , Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. whether tire I.tiH ms; tdtiitxt ; rnut or not atti Vit and dsirae. Mld Imnnutt and saddle horses always lor fcirs I nth n u the mst coavea en reaonaMe term ient point on the r ilrad lo rc h places in thi in the imunUin r ti nul the1 late to OhO II lIKUl'r. gtnt. T1IK 1 KILKY U HOUSE, .tUcutioii, Coal isomers. I HI LEY, erdsrs at ladNtitCott in Mi yrd l.iavc will 'ardwS S Mws sloii and truty Jcir b atund-I B IlltiiilN'S, 10 p'oinptl). hat snnsed J ptefM'td than 6i Started K BLUE-GRASSNURSER- keep on hand it Nu i uai ts ot Jellio taly London, - - Proprlotor, - Kentucky. && 'A&ml J .m to at) sew Hotel and am I, it r r to jrtimi.iMMliile the puM.i Ootid I.i, erjr attached andettry mmi'tucm' de 1. n ate a tall. srd r; IES 1KA.SK Kll. V.I (tape snd A lull dark-colore- d jnip-cor- i: -- n, M'.S; 1&M employ no acnt bat sell dirwt at hrw p rites l the planter i'ertonal Inspwrtfa of our Immense 4tncV Int itd IMCnpilnn cat.ikgue wtth hlc suie.ttons lii aupluation. io. Small I tubs, A,psrru, Nhruks, tttoihmc tor lbs orcrwH and gardaa Wr ala. ii s stock of fruit and Orrim.nta) 1 ire, NEWCOMB Thisotst and HOTEL. MT. VERNON, KY. iK its $1 71 f nuirMi:KK. I klh(lut, K Hutcl'it still maittUin fine tepautioa. Cbst.i r.atoaaMe. sltentioH to the traveling public al. I' .ShWCOMH, Prop, tt Ml Veraon, Ky, y SelecteiL WOOD 4WALLA6E, THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Outfitter I Men'srounh 3 ! Avenue, Iotiisvllle, &TANKOKD, Kentucky. THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, K S2.50 TO 34 PER DAY. ACCORD- ING TO ROOMS. TURKISH A Wells drilled to order and Pump, luriiithrd factory prices RUSSIAN I1ATIIS IN HOTEL OtTkeon Main street, opposite I'ortman Home, tip stairs. Nitrous Oxide t.a guen for painless Mtractmg. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. DR. W. B. PENNY, U- the sllrery Christmas bells O'er many a mile they sound! And household tones are Answering them In thoiisjud homes nround. Voices of childhood, blithe and shrill. With youth's strong accents blend. And manhood's deep nnd earnest tones With woman's praise ascend. Johu W. Brow n. Tho Itel- Dentist. Office South side Mam street, in oftue recently vac-te- d byJDr. I. K Huffman, hunforil, Ky. For Sale. complete oruer want -t jiowcr Portable One 40 horst power Ejfiiie ijxjo: one 1 iigint; one Feed Cruner, all In eu '") .e"1' " liuckee, Ky 111 ' .JIPFIELD'S FEMALE- - ' S r OH RFRIIATOR "ivsi " ' s. ' MENSTRUATION jiooK C 3 n U) t P Ca TM1I.FAO "CHAIUTY." MONTHLY niCKNC5S TftKEN DURIHO CHftNGt OT SUHtRlMG waBCMOlQia GWLOT VJKUGW ATLANTA GA. SRAKTIELDREGUUmmCO. toumrAU eaktasn. .t TO"W0MAN'wtf cw h- -. Another eldM bays: Those (. In istnias bolls so an eetly chlms As on the day when llrst they run 8j hi the olden time. And fur and tt ide their music films: SliakiuR the tall, gray. Ivied tower With all their deep, melodious power, They still pmelaim to etery ear: Oltl Christmas comes but once a ear. Thomas Miller. A third chilil lepeats the following, from Dickons: "C'iirlsnuus is the only holiday iu the jear that hi lugs tho whole human family into common communion; the only time in the long calendar of tho year when men and women seem, by one consent, to open their shut up Lie.ii ts freely." Tho fourth child t Paw O C5 sajs: p " a ET. O tn t CJ "i S n es a- -j Azalu the Christmas time U heie, With all its weal Hi of happy cheer; right bums the fire, and on tho wall The holly shines in hut ami hull, Aud merrily fiom steeples hltfh The belLs iIiik out to earth ami sky Their messue of "Good t III nml iieaco, JIuy love abound may lot e hicreasj." 1 3 n g P -- e. JJ 3 2 Kins, happy liells, aeiosi the snow ; Your silt er t olees fome and jo, Aud Oil the heart of tho-i- w ho hear With i et erent t noughts, w lilio CUt Istmus cheer Su hij(j wide tho door, and sa) a "Come Iu; For one brief d ly are all mci kin." To all this day "Ootid w III nnd peace, Let luto abound let loto liit'iease " As the last words are utteied the Fairy of Joy glides In, and the chillieu look astonished Tlie lingiiigof hwlU is u:;aui heard, and tho falrj says: -. a in (ra u w "i In W HsSi' SfBBSssssssssssHsassaH w O ' CO e W 4 g utr 2 M WM. ADAMS & SON, 4j HrtOADWAV, JBS (SSSy"Btf "- wUmmmM Us.:: S3" -.CaJfsSse 3 O as- - BuEXINGTON, - KV, i clash! jx'al tho liel'a Chilstmiw joy their weleomu tells; Wealth of sunny dajs to be. Slnit tho joy bells Kleefully "Ooldcn hours and das weithe Hours and ilaj s in which to lite In the w.i s of tnithatul rlsht." So the bells ring forth with mluht Heralilln? a future blight. Clash peal the bells 0, Weutnciby, Dear chllilreu, the Christ mm fa i lies ate coming to sen you and will show you sights that will delight ou. I am tho Fuiry of Christmas Joy, and w hen I w.ivo my w und jouwill stsi one who has little to liuiku her happy, hut who Is filled with Christuuis joy. aves her wand n colored As the fairy light should Iks burned, and at lids time the inner curtains can lie drawn without notice, Tho tableau represent a little girl drcnsed in very rngged clothing, with n basket by her side, holdliig u doll lu her utms. She ig smiling and uppaieiitly about lo caicss It. he luirued, In a iniuute uuother light uudtr cuvtr of which the cuitiiliH may bi Clash t, of 25 percent. The great wisdom of tho nation's congress has been pleased to placo a duty of 15 percent, on imported potatoes This tariff acta in a very erratic manner. In tlie great majority of years our farmeis glow enough xtatoes for all uses, and i Boll them suillciontly cheap to dely foreign competition, handicapped ns it is by the addition of height cliaiges Rut Annie Isabel Willis. ouco in a while tho potato crop hero is a rallure. llien runners and ovcry ono Keep 'ICiu from Itltlnc. Tho old lady from tho country had priced elso want them. Thoy get them, of nearly everything on tho ton cent counter, course, from Labrador, Germany rind and the salesman was crowlnir a littlo weary Scotland, but for every dollar's wbrth At length sho roached for a that enters tho country a duty of fifteen of her custom. bunch of w ire tea strainers and asked: cents Is Bteinly enacted to swejl tho "Land I What's thoui fori" already ovetllowing surplus in tho treas-ur"Thoso are muzles for Bologna sausages, lua'iuii." Sprlnglleld Union. j y. The lost tableau, imuiediately follow nig, shows Santa Clans with his li mils full of gifts. This tableau do.s not end like tho rest, for Santa Claus steps out uud says, Mulling: "I'll show you littlo folki a tableau that will please you more than any you've seen, nnd I do not need a wand either to produce it." (Throws open a door, disclosing the Chrlfctiniu tree. Thochildren now mingle with the other guests, uud a distribution of gifts by Santa Claus follows.) try at the present time want imtwrted cornstarch, thoy iiave to pay an ad Tho tableau shown on the waving of her valorem duty of 83 erceiit. But they wand shows a row of stockings, of nil sles, can get curry jMJwder free. hung Tor Rifts. IWdo them stands a little There aro many other curiosities on girl in her white gown, just pinning; a folded the. free list which show that tho tariff. 1110 iuu ui n Mjchiii, mini US IMfier mi IKE. lrtnlrlnt nnMiml i. 1,1. n ivutiiLIi ci.itl... it now is, fails most licavilv on tho II W t.AISI S J It MtKISNKX. w...ft .w...... 1..., .. ,un,..t, ,.,.1.-Mrs s,.MfOKIl IRWIS itie airy or nritmns ureens now enteri poor nnd most lightly on tho rich. JOHN t. MSN. CRAK ORCHUUi K .Mrs Al Itl R Tho statesman whose appetite has to and repents the following; Dealer In- -Dry bo stimulated by the famous Strasbourg Tho holly! the bollv' oh, twine It with ghe ho holly a song; pio of geeso livers, has only to pay an Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps For it hels toilrbestern winternw.ty advanco of 23 per cent, and tho United Hoots, Shoes, Outrun.-- , HartUare, Queens, With Its gannents so somber nnd long. States custom authotities let him liavo iu ware, lux are, urniturc and a It jweiH through tho treed n ith Its of red Hut If ho wero a ioor man and wanted And Its Uvn es of IturnNlietl green, Conoral Lino of Groceries, When the flowers ami ftults haeloug ben dead, plain rico for his hunger ho must needs And not eeu tho d tisy is seen I ancy Candies, Cron lies, At. pay 100 per cent, of nn advanco for it. Then sing to Ilia bollj, the Christ m is holly All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods N S..V M K ! Two substances In this world liavo That hangs oer iietsaut an I king. Only one Night out to New York. While we laugh nnd earuuso 'msitli its glltterlm? pronounced odors which once felt nro vy boughs. WATTS, never forgotten. Who can forget the CARRIER S 'lu! Vesiibiiled 1 rains to To the Chilstuns holly we'll slug j &ickenlngly sweet smell of attarof roses? It'lWI SI Ki KlliaCook. Washington, Philadelphia, The tableau now shown represents two A single drop will stay on a handkerKeep constantly on hand a splcrslid line of boys dragging n lot of Chi istitut greens on n chief oven after it has passed thtougli Baltimore, Now York, sled one holding tho rope, the other keeping the laundry. Even tlie inferior vaiie-tie- s Family Crocories, Close ct)rtstHni fur Potion and all points t the loiil at greens on the sled. Tlie sworn I of it sold in this country cost tho I'nul it e of all and southestt And ell tlinn at tbet'jxesl pn boy carries an ax over his shoulder. colored dandy about ten cents a diop for ktiitls tnktrii in at narkit .alloas hi KhClli Ot I. I. lis-Tho Fairy of Christmas Gifts now enter., the l.iudahlopuiposoof increasing his at- r re.hi.il. u etcrvexihanie day l.itr u.i all XKItll'.K A W Ul.t z saying: ratt.Main.iiw 'm Areom tractiveness with dusky belles Attarof LASrWAHI) Oh, what's tho K press Hail) for giriiiK? Dad) roses is on tho free list Kt. Sh D.lltx Sun Is It when chill winter Is here, ROLLER MILLS. Thoro is n smell, not a perfume, fa- STANFORD When cohl miktm the llred le pleasant .... i n li d jinn tc Stanford 3 a? am it The days of the Kkid Cbri'ttius cheer miliar to all those who wero not Iwrn " etington . ,it i am 6 to pm 3 jo prn wishing pleasant me ami wen All pern " inchester grown up. It is a nauseating, disagree- nl'aediif let them use Patent Hour made it " K. U. J tint. km II l" 7 sto pm 6 10 pm Or Is It hi glorious springtime. (all for at )our gro- able smell, with oceans of jiossibilitios St.inrnrd Holier Mill not got Itit oo hind, urge When Kature her liounty Ijiow; .ill .sterling 3; pm' 7 Jo pm 7 so pm cer, and if they hate Preston Or summer her sweetest of IihmsIius UJ pin behind it. It comes to us consciously them lo keep it, or get an order from them and " Murehead in the b'ossomhu ttJf j ipm 3 J3 pm Fllnics out al pm and git ' Olive Hill after tlie first Christmas or birthday and il al the .Mill mm It I will guarantee a ple.it.mt 4 03 mi a 40 pin interesting " Ashland 6 oj pm 10 ,7 pm IVrlnps 'Us in fall, w hen tho h trvests party. If wo thought wo wero sick beV N I'tlTIs, Suieiiuteiiilent " Catlettslmrg. 6 so pm le jo pm Oho unto in inklnd their rich I"M; fore, wo uro sure of it as soon as that " Huntington 6 yj pm It jo am Wlirtt en iers ami K't'iueia. rt'Joiein, Arr While Sulphur horrifying odor readies our nostrils It Aio busy hi each yellow lljkl. Crurl.itstille. a 50 am is castor oill " Washington a 31 pmi Ah, no! nt all times. In nil swon " llattlntore .. Yet this is ono of tho most useful and I j. pm love's Rifts ure as w elcomo iw day: Philadelphia. a is pm valuable remedies ever used by physi-' New York Then take them, ii'id, takiujr, renieuilyr 9 so pm, Rlchiuond, Va. clans. When tho duty on' quinine was E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor Thy debt to some others to pay pm. 4 " ttltirulnlCoiulsrl Selected. repealed, it was avowedly on tho ground ' Norfulk that tho public gain would more than j No Hotel In Kentucky has a tt!cr and lt pr .tin"tr i tletfrinlnt J th tt sufllcu for any private loss engendered shall be maintained thereby. Buttlircoor four inatiufacto--1 rains Ivatini; l.esiiicton at 13 a and jo riusin the United States mako cold drawn pm dall), except Sundav ctnnect at Winches. ter lor Klchiuond, Ky and M.intt on the K. C K castor oil, and tho industry must bo proHe has recently a 'ded to lis appointments tected. Ono would say that half as Limited Vestibule from New Vorlc, i'hllade phia, WitliiiiKtonand all points Kast, urnves at much moro again ns tho dreadful l.eiiniiloii at 17 P m daily Also costs in Hiiro po would bo enough t "'ail from W. lo. Livery Stable calf station, arrisesHuntington, at 11Ya midm,all dalpiotcction. Hut no, it takes a duty of A First-Clas- s Lexington 43, p ly esceptSunda) 180 per cent, on impoi ted castor oil to. To accommodate the demands of his increned Accommodation from Olur Hill all keep thoso tlueoor four lactones alivo. transient patronage. Hot lurnouts ftiruiihed points, Richmond, Kt ami points and the K.local on C ravelers and others Ry. nrntesat Lexlnaton 8 10, am, dailt, es Would it not boche.ipci to buy tbeso Coinmercil cipt Sunday tor tickets, rates and sleeiunu-camanufactories outtight and allow tho ' rc.ri ttlons. etc . , A Pretitlctit; O W. IIARNUV, licketAscnt children of tho country to liavo a natural 1 he. O rilincs tteo S A IIRO.M IIKRf.. Tr ,v pis. C L. Tompkins, Sec yind t.in'l Mangr , Ant. icaction after their patties, freo from tho P woodwanl. Assist ml Sec ML'Kl'in.tien'l Pass Act curbing care of cost? J I) V. Anther M Siunders, Treasurer, uv l'.Lexl.irton.Kr John t Russell, M D. An old fable tells what hapjiened when tho nail was lost from the hoine's shoe. . ,4mp$Tnf?''fiJ tnls.jwrssixaTOTspjftJBH :?aasv. Tho story was not laid iu Ameiica. other-wjs- o Ew I theio would liavo been more excuso American Accident Indemnity Association 'mU&tMll-MA&jL- t for tho lider. The duty on horseshoe - . M Of NEW YORK. nails is fixed at u modest 103 per cent. lyyuuibvitii stwAiaAirt IKICACPRr'u- i On tho other hand, if a man wants gold SAXTA CLAIM AMONR THE CHILDREN. studs lie has only to pay an itupoit duty Prcftrrtd and Kstra Preferred Risks onl lire I pray, God bless them alL ss sin-i- . others not lo trespass on our lands without per in in ion, as all such will be piotccutcd to the lull est nu 111 of the law Signed OKO n IIOI'PMt, T J SPEC! VI. ATThNIION U COM.MKHClAl. I M HILL. McKOHKItlSJIt. M. S, HAUGHMAN. Horses and mules bought and t.ld. KOIII Mc Alls I Kit. iratelers J, h IIRUCK S II 1IAUCII.MAN, horsesand tehulct uted in livery S II SHANKS, Onl) hrt-c!aMRS HF.NRY IIAUr.HMAN. A M fKLAM) K.T PKNCK, JOHN V IIOLMKS, V (.. PAKItlsll, A ) HM)KN. V. HOI MI'S I) P U LOtJX.S. UST I'llll IILRI" RICIIAKIitlr JOSH ADAMS STANKOUIi. K IK m I. M. mircE, AND FSED POSTED. STASIS, Ihisitaticr furcoarns hunters, fishermen and a J 1 J HILTO 1 lltkl bay-Co- I I Old Ky. Route C . I . Fa-- -- -- . I , -- C - I -- I . I I 1 j 1 I i THE MYERS HOUSE ' . . ' H3W . . 1 I 1 11 111 3 modi-cin- o Pool and milliard Parlors 1 4 r lrcl-md- , ARRIS-CMO- Jl. y ' Af... Kmm mm -I - - "V-"- miiired nt a cost ot One Dollar per Month indent nllv Oraded Pielerrcd Risks in accide.it insur-iiii- lc Include Hunkers Merchants, Silesmen, s Commercial I ravelers, Manuf 'lint wor" hit; and kindred occupation! and s, tctu-rcr- A NEAVIASF MAIL I eating both LOUISVILLE & prufcssloii.il men cner.-tll- ) CINCINNATI Daily, Secures to Tratelcrs, M I WI.MUM IIKNI I'llS ,,..$5,000 . . 5 000 .. . J.ooo THE MOST RAPID ROUTE i oss of IliuiiUor I'ect 1 Loss of lloth r.yes I ost of Hand or h'oot. . . 3,300 . Pernunint Total Disability ,.$" oo . . Loss of One Lie 150 Lossoflhuiubor Index Tinker ...'. ,IOO I.trt cf l.iihcr Other Firmer lajss of Time not execcdim; 1" Weeks, per Week 5 I I o.s.d Life citirWioand most comfortab. tew thiKs-he fastest time tween all points in the South, or to the train Ve and 1 he counterpart Northweit of this trunk lines is denomlnalej The Limited LpreJl e '&& be" Apply to or address UnnnXdrlC.. "MS0 We """- wiTAt all Coupon Ticket Otfircs in you ttil nnd our time table, and ticket,.the South Say Mt non, set Motion and stick to Monon, il yott w.m to save money and hxve a pleaiant journey - V. G. imODIE, Gen'l At. . rt,'i'i-- i A . u3 Fifth Street, LOUISV'II.LI'., KV. Jtl. IIUCKNFH, '10R!lFtl',i,,e .' ' a"ner Aceiit, Agents and Oflitv..'. Chicairo. a,- - 4th Ate Iaiurkvlllc. Mnciiuutl V " . .',- "k. t, iszmasa J v , ks .L "W PK5V j 'Semi-Weekl- r ii I y Interior Journal 17, 1885) K SKATING INTERLUDE. BRAZIL'S NEW nnrt RULERS. i SAMUEL WILKESON. Stanford, Ky., Dkciuiiikh K.CWALTON, BUS, Mohafjer , nffO It no," Mid lie "It secura' a century nt changes Blnce here, beneath thin tery tree, We watched the moonUt tnoiintaln langra. I hate tlil chattering, skating crowd 'Hint so profane our (silent liter. The sacred stol here once w m on ed A fHltli that should endure fuieverl" "8Ix months y Th For Sals I Twenty Htilltling Iots In the k' torpnrat i limits of Rowland. II ) lAKSI. Knwlaml o inert iKIn," said he, "In the sntuo ilaee where then nr mrW; How tho old tlino comes iNick to Mil!' Tho words Hint left 11 broken heiuled." Kwlft fell tbn answer from lirr mouth "fyieak for yourself If oit remember, Tho wind blows north Hint then blew south. And Juno dies long before December!" "Ami so MlnUter.. Here nro pictures of tlio provlslotml preel-d"t- it of tlio now republics of Ilrazll, nnd of tho thrccchlcf ministers in bis cabinet, Dixxlora tlo Fouwcii, who nu tbo organ lifrr and hend of tlio ruvolutlon, is now provlslona,'. pnwldcnt n man of tho United States of: IlrAKll. Ho 03 Rtid rretldent lilt Three I'rlnclpat Tlir " Well Kn.nrn naltroai) fiecretnrjr Wno Unit Jniat Ule.l. Snmtiel W'ilkefcon, Journnlltt, explorer nnd recently, was born railroad olllclul, who in Uuirnlo In 1817, graduated from Union and Mudled law. Ho early allowed a prcdiioiltlon for nownpnper work, nnd Hi 111 jiuuaio, , 1850 tartei n liberal dally paicr and Governor Tlio We Ars cTjl dll col-je- OVMRSTOOKKB IN- ;,.,., &, army. Ho served uunn' tuo rurasimy cam- n$ wouiiiKnI nt tho laltle ot palRli, nnd ltororo. For Rent I in- I KtMilcucr, with about Hve acres of laud, by Jud,te Iho. . Vernon Also an llruk Residence and grounds. Apply lo JOHN II CRAHi .V SON "And dori a woman's heart," wild lie, "Change like tho wind or itiintnrr weather Yon moon In jet the Kiitne, you see. That shone Ukii in here together " "Ah, no!" the wild, "that Hiiiiimer moon He.imed with indlaucu mild nnd tendfr, While thi forgets tho Hiinnth of Juno In w Inter' far mid frozen splendor." "And doe that mean farewell?" wild lie; "M It a naming to remember That drenin of June can never 1,0 Which dies In wich a chill Your tery w unlet" "Yet, even mi," Hho wild, controlling team with laughter, "iHiyoil forget Deivmlier snow .Melts In the June that follows after" J J oowoiiipicd f ink 4 L rS 1 I J Albany KvenluR Journal. Ho bought an and managed tho pajwr for a year and a half, when his health fulled, nnd he bold ut. After a rest ho went on the editorial stall of Tho Jfew York Tribune, and eventually reptVKontod tho paper In W'ailiington. For n year Immediately nf ter tlio Imiiortnnt war period ho left Tho Tribuno for The Now n York Timet. This ovcutred from his ut Uoraeo Greeley's net In balling Jelt Indlg-nntlo- -- AND-- 'tM Davl. V5AV'i ' $ Whllo in Tho Tribune service Mr. Wllke-w- n was delnebed for the purK)o of uldllig in tho placing of government Joans. Ho umi 1110 prest ami attained a remark-abl- e success in popularizing tho loan. In IWW tho owners u WILL CUT To Roduco Them. PRICES RESIDKNCE FOR RENT Having detidrd lo go to farming, I offer lor rrrt inr R etiiienie and Oroundt ai the interne. I" n i)l Minn, Danville anil Hu.tunvitle sinus, lor wnt year or .i lerni 01 years It it very desirable In every J. II, owr.vs ' thoXorthern cific railroad Panp- - rett V.-t- f "Hut hall I ko or May V" Mild be, Searching her faee with doubt and wonder: "And If ou mre nt all forme. Why pity nt kit !Iiik u asiindert" "Heronse"'- - hhokiulltil, while softly Ml AUrtc her ey ex their deep fringed eurtnln-- "I did not III 111. lit fllt, but -- well, Y1111 seemed mi odiously certain. " -- fiCiifV &ESjV i to hint for os,itnti in lor- wurdliiglthatenter- pri'e, nnd ho bo- cn 111 ff SAMUEL WII.KKKOS. MAnECIIAt,IIK IIUV 1IA1IIIOZA. FOR SAMS OR KENT. On U Katj rutiiain Ogi"! In Outline rOXHKCA. lir.XJ. CONSTANT. QUINTINO tlAl'AYUVA. A DESIRABLE HOUSE AND LOT tlit prominent clergymen wiiHt'nminlB I Hhvh 1olil. Tils' OtlllT llll.V till lltth) Mill lf lie Wouldn't JTI Of I rn.,iMon " 'I aiua.ter street In Stanford, lth U rooms kitchen, now occupied by V. II. Miller Apply to given Jun. Mrs.C J HA r. 1 the llluKtriitloiiM In nu Wanted. Capital to Build Houses permanent iuvrstinrnt for a few ample ei urity. Inquire at this iilfi, r Tox'm Maityrx."' tlio iixcrttciiiiliiK MiirVrluKii tlint wore utiileiKoiH liy li MttlijuclH of the uttwl ujmhi pnHltui'iI n ik-fUiyV xtiiitlifnl iiiiml. tho "WotiM joh havo Iki-1- ii Christian if to Rent. jott hml aisUoil tho ut thai tinn-rear, with ruotlier. Im-ili-'" early ctlitioit of that It wits ' 841I1 Oiitiuuenu rerfiiliiiaiire. ' My NOW HOUSO on nrlain Diner You have waited umiii nu very iijoyiti my inrai acceptniiiy ami l im Gtanfoiil, Ky For tetir, ipply ,j Mr W. I thoroughly. Yon havi U'liuviil like n Hiftint, Stanforil.ur me ai lUatillr, Ky t.oTMK N iioi MfS it gcntleinan, and it gentleman you ct- tnliily are, iiotwitlistaiidiiigjoiir litimhlo OCCIip.lt idll. Walter I Iiojh', sir, that I nm n gen- tlemau. I nlwuvH try to bo oiu. Houbo & Lot of Miss Mary Myers, And, 1n- Diner It is as I Misx-tt(sl- . n gentleman, I hIihII not iiihiilt oii tiiw rf iiirdby Mr O llra.llfv, 1. for irnt tig for tKt r.r ,".o Perhaps ut I'noc Ion (ien Jjn,iar by olTering you money. A I) KOOI.Manb.Kl Ky t some time niav Im- - able to reoiprocurv votir courtesy. Till then, farewell. XTOtlOO I Hoston Transcript. .- - r;roR sale.: 1 was tin.- ItohittitiiiK roply; "Y then, morn )iiotiinly, "Hut I wouldn't Itnve tohl." Hartford Courniit. l--h," St., ,u FOR RENT. j I 1 I. All S irtiMi hitinj rljiint ar jinAI the r.titn nf No store- Hxtui.- - . Iiere. Wither.. iIniI . will ntetrnl thtm In me or neat, prnpcrly proven, i or before lanuary "Do you kit'ii Mtationmy LuroV" tisked A Mr. Jt I.IA Ull lll'.K': h young wotiinn of it clerk inn variety W McCI.AKY, gcin - dtorc. FOR SALE A W I1 I OnSomcrel ttreet, at proem 0 oipied b Mr ti II Cooper A rry deniable place and call be v tamed at a V.ujfin Addict or call oa Or M ttrick IIounc and Lot. H. AM1FKSON, "Not inudit" leplhsl the jonng man, rubbing bis blue bands togetbei. "Tim old man's ko Mingy of his coal we havo to hustle round to keep w at in." Hurling-ton Kriti PicbH, IWiilnmlii Constint Ilothellio do Mnzalluitvt of war. Ho is generally is tho now knowu as llniijinilii 1,'onsUint. Ho was uen. iluKoiis.s.'aV chief aid in lenillng the rovolu- tlon. Ho was a professor of iimtliomatlcs at the Military school. He Is 11 dlcolplo of Au-- 1 Vuto Comto In philosophy, and is credited with having dono some great work in mathej matics, Huy Itnrltozn, tho now tnluIMer of fluanco, i a loader of tha ivittbllcan ele-- , lias long noted as an menu Ho has and 0110 of his most ftmoiis t.jK'.K'lies was a' funeral oration over tho Invly of a Freu Ma-- , Mil who had Ihs-i- i excommunicated by tho pojie, in wliioh ho bitterly ut tacked tho church. At ono tlino ho Intrwluctol Into tho chamber n bill cutting olT tho allowance of a German prince who had married n daughter of tho emju'ror of llrntl and Ukmi her ileath had returned to Germany to livo at his ease. Minister Bat Ihiwi Is still young, and Is looked Umii as ono of tho future gnvit men of South America. Qiilntinn It.tcnjtivn, tho new minister of foreign ntrnlrK, Is ono of tho leailln nowspa-pe- r men in lirarll. Ills pajvr is Tlio O Pal, publMnsl In Itlo do Janeiro, mid Mid to Im tho leading pujier in tho eounlry. It has always lsMinnindeiendontper,iind h.tshad much e inllueiico m shaping publlo o)iIiilon on t Is his first tunturo line. Tho into politics as n iiersoual matter. Thomoro tho lato revolution in Brazil Is fctudled the mote doubtful do students of government become of tho permanency of tho All tho twine, it hnsa lieautl-fil- l now republic. Hag, a well established nilmlulstnitlonliud adevntdl army; for tho army In fact inado The tlag Is im!n,ue. It the governmenU Khowsih-cldeno mere copy originality, or adaptation of notno Old World Hag. as a bright rel rectanIt may 1st gle, cut diagonally by a broad white strlo, lu tho center of tho with a Mrle; but as the left sido of tho w hllo strlo of the lieginsut the upper left hand Ims-iIx-eanti-clerica- l, mod-enitpn-seng ' of his life. Ho went over tho pruKed route as "historian" to an exiieditiou Mint to mnko 11 nrellinlnary survey, and in IHiO ho uecaino Mvretary of the rompany, an olllee ho nlways nftcrwonls held, devoting all ills 111110 to uis years, duties for twenty-on- e Mr. Wllku-o- n "belonged to that hurdy race distinguished for phjoienl and Intellectual His father vigor, known as Scotch-Irish- . was ono of the founders of Buli'ulo, N. Y. In nppearanco the son wasof a slender figure, but of full height nnd Indicative of force. His hair and beard of l.ito years was Miowy white. oxpressite. Ill eye weivesp-eliillHis health failing Inst Octolwr, ho was granted au unlimited leuvo of absence, with full pay by the company, uccoinpunied by n , in the hojw that rest testhnonlnl of would restore him, but without avail. esti-em- ,, ,t f().connecieti te fvkt u BRUCE & McROBERTS. New Furs, Now Mufflers. t r"ji New Handkerchiefs, Gold-IIcadc- cI Umbrellas, JUSTICE 1'reslilelit I'nlti-- DAVID J. BREWER. Harper, Kantat, McKOIIKKlS, Staaford. Ky. lleoi. For Sale or Rent. ' A (iOOl) 1'AR.Mul .it CRKs. r- . hifty three acre to ko in com or eatt, 30 acre. In of oard ij aire In cloer, 10 aire, xthct, "! rcmaiiidrr in bliifra.t there i a hou.e on I hit it firtt cla the faun land Apply lu II K. KNtil.KMAN.Hutlife. Ky , Ii or II. W. til VKNs, Shelby Cily. Ky - ra, ELOCUTION A R V LV ,iJ- W 1 ' - ' I!! F 3 'araflf EnterbalnmenT H -- x &&$ - Mr. A K Kl Ill's, a , it Walton's Opera House, Stanford, On Old Sport You don't want ter shoot nt tlicm ducks, young feller; tlicin'H decoys. Young .Sport Well, if they'ro as bard fitting iisj thoy are sbtKiting, Decoyn can keep bis ducks, ami wclcomo to 'out. Harjier'rt Weekly. Tuesday Night, Dec. 17th, if $ Vii Tm Alillous, I'm Iuih that young iiian Katbet Mm-its- . AND CHIVALRY gone away yetV Maria No, jw, Iih is jits.t propos- OK HISIOVMI LI. ing Die I liter'ainiHent will ton.iit of Re. nation l'atber-O- b, all iight! I y Mn.i-ItHen Iteid, Metta Carpenter, Marv 1am, K.itu Cook, Lena w'illiam., Llraic Uric, to go. Maria Pioo-iu- g Mary Ilodil, Jennie Keid, .Maine Alcorn, I)o!ll 1'atbur Well, you tell him to git. .M. Anna Kcid, S Igan, Jnlu llradUy. I iilalinode, ,Mr II. K C.itiiiilu uml Mr I I", Clotbier nntl Furnisher. I'mupospi! ihe s i, clan Steele, lnteriiieri(U withinu.ic. Churu by the m Ouartulte, Mn.tr. Cook. Iliadlcy, lliilfman and A'lamt Huet, Mi.v k.Ur Cook and Anna KoiJ. lrlo, Mitajulu Tlradley and .Mesr. Cook and Ihadlcy bolo, .Mlis l.ulationde. Solo, Mri, II. It.taiunitr. Callklhcuic by the class Admixion aj cent j reterved neatt 15 cents ; imiuicii ij trim. He Mr veil .cult at w II. .MC Kobell 87 1 A I.0111: 'I mil. "Do you think he i so very well edu-- ! catedy"' "He ought to Ih." "Why? lln doeMi't seem to know much," I1.1 I. Ml, , Iliur. vil. .! ..ii.t in, .tv.iifrliik- uiullt i"n ',vcollege." Time. nino yearn at .. ba Friday, Dec. 2olll, I situated iJ-- $ miles from Stanford, tne cisinty teat of Lincoln county, Ky . 6 miles Irom Lancaster and H miles from Danville, all on koo,I turutnket ' I he improvements are a frame buildiiiK ' with hall. 6 rooms and kitchen; two barns the ' tne 100x6014a, with solitary, corn crib and A boxes for linn horses; the second 40x40)00 with 11 stall. 1 box room tor lalvcs, liny, straw lofts and ' Worthy Ohjrrl. Clara I'ligHnro onto little things, but lvliut nro tboy good for? ' will .ell puhhcly, before I un to Lurope Etbul Why, Clara, I'm nstoiiMkftl. on n.w.il fnrV Nutiiri! meant tlieiu to 1)0 tho 1889, rvciirienUH of the aiTcction wbicb hociuty might otherwibo have lavisimu on nicio My Farm of iSS Acre of llhie.lira.t Land, PUBLIC SAIiB ' tern crio. the farm is in a high state of cultivation and an produce cverytnini. There are 70 aires in rio for corn and 17 lor cloNcr. 10 acres od". r cure are all right and plenty of wood and atcr lhe ground it uiidulatini;, rather level I win sell my lull let of lmi)lrmens. stub as elf Hinder, Mower Drill, Cu,n Harrows, KaLe, Roller, Sleigh Wauoiiv, Spring Wngon, M,,MrCh "" t" illf'e'renl plows', el' eic'!'" Alto uo.ooollis, 0fll.1v 8 stacks of Clover Hay with the seed, a rn.ks nf Straw and some House kl,l F .......- -, WV.M . iirnlliire. 1 he stock, u No i Horte mid ,i Garrard Clnel old 1'lllv by Mesienccr Chief a Mam. a carline I'llly by Kenny Wilkes, a horse Colt by r,nm. London, a i vear.olil lertey Hull, full hlood, J some Jersey Coats and Calves and 1 year-olSteers; 31 barrels of Corn and 113 shocks of Fodder. cash, '.he bal Terms' For the Farm ancc ouonc and two years' ihne, with o per cent, interest and a lien on tho (arm. For the stock, implements, etc , sums of $15 und under cash; on larger amounts j months' liiue at 6 per cent. All paper has lo be-- acreptabhi at the First National Hank of Stanford. hulo will begin at 9 o'clock sharp. T II, Knglish Auctioneer. (4 A. V, van de WATER. l'l.-ntd one-tlu- rJ ' I Mrs. Ing duties. Williams was Miss ..Mtajk. I I;.i af f'"i . Ii. Clara M. Robinson, i 7 iUTtu Ill nnd Is n graduate dilldreiil-CJr- ip. 'I of tho New orlt I school. I Normal Another Yletlni. She is now ubout I xa years old, tho rf,!gyj &lM& I "I notleo by tbo papers," remarked Tho Monongahela house, rittsburg,recently J. P. BURTON, Clerk. many of our greatest men burned nnd here illustrated, is tho ono de- - ' mother of two cldb Jiv'sAs, Ct'wwa Iirkin, "Hint .Iffllfi1 wit I 11 tCluleilOV to OUt " ! BciiUsl by Charles Dickens at tho "model dreu, the ono . in 'iJIV.h. 11 rn troilhltMl .irn colwgo, the other ? .!,- ... hotel of tuu west," und ravorably bpokeii 01 I111 rciiuui. llASS ltlSU-iifi iiur find that I by Davy Crockett lu his boo!:. "Yes," replied Snoopw, "I linnd is n manufac urn netting fnt mywlf." Clotlicr nud turer Of wnll pa- - CLA11A M. W1LIJAM8. Furnisher. Cronln'c Knlvca. pt. Ill person Mrs. Williams is ofIsmedium j, ono of hflsht nnd somowhat stout. Sho Sl'l'.ClFIC cures all blood diseases, such at Scrofula, L'lccrs, Pimples, Ulirruted Throat three womeibou tho board of education, the j KHK'I Not tlio lloc'a Day. A . dioeeses in all lit staces. rrice )i per ooitic. other two l)eing Mrs. ,bnuw mm 11.. s u.. While Swcllins. Svshllilic Is the most pleasant to Necrosis. the Iron tonics. It cures Dyspepsia ujN MliTERS take of all AV,S. "1" "lilt dog of yoiirh dead?" asked til. ell ana imparts new energy 10 me mutcies it Kivet a keen appetite, euriclie. the olcoo, regulates tne liver (rilllll). and nervous s stem. Price $1 per bottle. ,.s." erv Itlglit of n Chinese lliislmnd. 1 GATI.Il'F'S WORM SYRUP is made ol the best worm killers and cxptllers known to tlia med- mum-ughut dos not break leal profession and therefore recommends itself. It it pleasant to take, safe and reliable. J'rice aj ri n 1,1111 ho'ita hl "Theji 1 will take MJinoof thut ... - - lit. nu- - n,-- - luittle. .. . . W Di. BIUIIU.'IJ - . . .. .. . .... ... ,F u JUi PI - i.nM ...,."- - ni .tiniii. ,t.r rnn ins uiuui tnisi Last year be "KeveiiRO in sweet. ,. ,. '&&&S.--SJU. impairea uigcston, pi ic Headache, OAILIFF'S MAONhTIU PI I.Lb lor all i.ner n . .' ' sv n.,,.., r.ni.,.rl,m. a tinnr.fir. If il wits lioats her huibaild.she TbU year ah!" Munsoy'i Wl me. .Manufactured and lor sale to the trade by the With this is jivan a cut of tho knives Kalilo to receive 100 blows, and tho husband t Weekly. alleredto have been tha property of thomur - Ulay separato from her. Tuoso who have V of ixvn shocked bv tho waleof women in the' dorud Dr. Cronln. and tho nroiluctiou A Ctlnclrer. which on thu trial cahsed so much discomfort famluo reglptiJ wiU bo Interested in knowing Young Wife Charley, dnrlin Coughlln from whom they thut the law provides that "he who from pov- you perfectly nntlslled with inurried life? to . eny sens niswue suuu uuvwmu.nj i,u" , went tauten, Young Husband (eiiUiusiaBtlcuily- )""" " ished. lit. tha woman revert to tlio last nua- ver Well, I bbould say bo. Why, if you Old soup nndec nsw names it one ot tho i,,,,iti,nr. I. to tha inau she was sold to." Jtoofc Keepliio, Short Hand, Telegraphy. Jte CT 11 I 11 I behove I would gel "evolutions gastrouomlo" from th rosjau - pQl, Mlljj QaMtt. lo die IV Writ fvr Catalog and full information. rants of tha Paris exwoeltlou. week, Jury. , j married ugniti next .iiolul lilent to tile Mutes Suprenie Court. His honor Assncinte Justice David J. Brewer is tho full olllcial designation of tho new supremo court judge, and thu nppolnt-inj-ii- t is pnibably tho nuxt iniMii'tant Presl .Members of the ilout. Hurrisou has made. cabinet are great, but their terms nre short they average much less than four yearn and nearly nil minor iipjxiinUs-- tuu leinoMiblo nt pleasure; but tho jtnlgesof the L'nited States Miprcmo court uro tliero for life or good lor. and they have tlio htt say on the most hupoitunt matters. It has more thaji that a decision of tho supreme once court had practically tho euect of nu amendment to tho constitution. Justice Brewer Is in tho very prime of life and firm health, nnd, accidents aside, may rival tlio judieiul terms of Mniklinll and Taney, lie ndds nnother to tho many proofs that talent of certain kinds is hereditary, for his father, IteV. Joslah Brewer, wasu man of great ability, and his mother was 11 sister of tho eminent Fields David uiiuiey, llev. Dr. Henry M. nnd Justice Stephen Field the uncle nud nephew now occupying seats on the supremo twitch at the same time. 11 ib father went to Asia Minor ns a missionary soon ufter the close of the Greek revolution, nnd in Stnjrna, in that country, hi- David J, was born Juno 20, 1SJ7. It may bo noted incidentally at this lioiut that the chil dren iHjrn nliroad to missionaries, soldiers, sailor nnd diplomats lose no rights as citbens. Judge Brewer it eligible for tho presTHE IIKAZILIAN FLAO. idency. His parent having gono from flag, nnd the right lde termiMiddletown.Conn., nates nt the lower fight hand he would rank ns a corner, we may say that there , v e o f that! 11 u 1 are two red triangles separated place; und they reby a whl to field. As tho Mar In field is blue, turned theio when tho Brazilians hav tho same colors as tho ho was but '2 yean United Htntes flag; but ns the latter JCDOK O. J. BRKWKn. ),! After nn acathe division into states, the former emphasizes tho unity of tha now republic. demic course thero he entered Yalo college, The latet nrrivnls from Rio end Para state where he was graduated In IS.""!, Is'ing a classthat, If it were not for tho new flag over tho mate of Chnuneoy Depew. He passed a year publlo buildings and vessels, there would bo in the olllcn of his uncle, David Dudley Field, In New York city, and then took n course nt 110 external signs that anything tintminl had la Business goes oil exactly ns bo- - Albany, graduating in 1S.VJ, after wblch he happened. w est, und soon located in practice ut fore. Tho same men run tho custom houses went uml general harbor business. There Is no un-- 1 I'avenworth, Knn. Judge Brewer hns declared since his usual dWp!ny, no limiting, nono of what Lit-- , that, from the day ho adopted law tlo Dorrlt' Mr. Meagles nuntViematlzed in Purls as "Their plaguey nllougiiig and ns a profession, his iimbltiou wa to reach the. his career morshougint;." Gen. Foiwn, who got up supreme bench, und it sternly progress in th.it direction, tho revolution, Isnctlug president, nnd other has places are tilled by his coadjutors, but it Is lu Nil he was made it United Suites coiilliiis- -' nimoimced that this government is provissinner; In ImW. judge of the probate nnd ional only, and that a regular system will criminal courts in Leavenworth county; in,' ., nt 1110 .1.. juviikiu. uiTi l..,l.,.ll .He,!.,, .. soon Ihi lunugiirnted by an election at which IN,. Jiuige 01 .1 Kansas, and, nffer nn iuternl ns teacher and nil ritirens w ho can read may vote. Tho flurry over the chnnge did not last scllisil olllcial, ho was elected, In 1&70, assomore than 11 week, and this is ono of many ciate justl'-- of the supreme court of Kansas. Raisins, Citron, Currants, Figs, Prunes, Mince Meat, Oatmeal, HomImwasap-IKiinli'- d Tensions urged for doubting the permanency This oljlce ho held till IsM, when United States circuit judge for tho of the new order. "It did not come on natiny, Beans, Pickles, Canned Goods, Lemons, Oranges, Bananas, urally It was too sudden. People generally r.ii.htli indicia! circuit, including Kansas and 110 is knew nothing about it, and tt had not oocn tuilghlxiring states. Krotn Hint place discussed; it was simply a 'coup d'etat' of the now promotisl to tho national supreme bench. army, etc.," sny the Conservative. And in There is a sort of pleasing harmony in such a Meat Cutters, Lard Cans, Butcher Knives, Salt, Sage, Pepper, view of w hat revolutions generally are, thero continuous career. certnlnly Is nn appearance, of truth about ....... Mr. Commissioner v unions. these btatemeuts. Coal Hods, Coal Vases, Fire Sets. Shovels, Tongs, &c. Williams, whom Mayor Mrs. Clara M. tipjiointed com-Grant, of New York, has Tlia Mououcnliela House, inlsaioner of public education, will enterupon her duties In Jan"H -- srtSrtSssJL uary, nnd is stsmisVi I I tf --SssSA7?i.. a. 7-B- TJ. preparing 5- irrfii-- 7 tit . in s;ot.: .. . . f l;io herself for her com-- t jti v' lit i,r: ll'iri Ixill's Faney Goods of all Kinds For tlie Holiday Trade. be-h- u SEVERANCE & SON. hapi-one- d iklllll I , WMOR- Dealer 41 m, &i 1 Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections, Tobaccos, &c. , ' npp-ueiitl- ,, j A SOME SEftSORABLE GOODS: A e I 1 $j?wni.:i! -- iT.-isHi- ' & BA.RBE3C.S FRESH SAX.T. mwy. iv.nm ?M M'lUiK..'. kit - re .' ? j :- -' M !.-!."- ; Ji;fir". I . vm I ,i sZjtfo, ,W Prices Always Reasonable. T. R. WALTON. I Anl.-.tf- The Great Remedies ... ..o,.., ... 1 i. n.. . e. 1,1 "li,,--'-- .sss..rL ' ' - I . -- .. ,.. ... I ML,,hJ.jn.ztKjn.ji DRUG CO., Villlanisburjj:, Ky. ae BRYANT & STR ATTON Business College ( Q I I UIOwlklaEif lafV MMMWWMMM V-- ' WmmmmmKmmfmmn m'iiiwri'anii'tiiiTfntiitnjii . miiiii w ji.nui.ihi i. MiniiiMiaiww 'rii " ' -in : -- iiirwrnMfjiwiriitiW n .. -- kSF Tt f ji. "." ,V'' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. The Wind-G- ed't Spirit. JOHN II. CRAIG. WILL N. CRAIG. Kor the Interior Journal. Softly moici the wind that rolls Mod's f if r I r LOOK, READ 1 m Will Murphy sold to Cohen, a ninre mule for $105. Cherry trees are in bloom in Old ocean's deep, murmuring sounds; lore, so true, to every wailing oul, That trusts hit silent grace o kind. JOHN H.CRAIGf SON TIIK Zephyr's, breath moei Iheforcstiahake, ttut thou canit not tell, seeing It not, 1 Her-aldsbur- g, 5 . - AND - wi' f 'k, h Govern Yourself Accordingly ! M Christmas i ' t. Is GoidM .4" And the early gleams of Christmas light are Cal. Angry cloudirlte and mote away, Martin Kussell won the mile dash at That mot in; power ye cannot ken; Elizabeth, Thursday, in 1:50. God's still amatl voice says, day by day, G. A. Benedict Bold to a Hell county Seek my quiet, lot tag, healing hand, party a work mulo for 5175. - WITII Knch rolling wave, eaih mot lug wind, A. T. Nunnelley bought of Robert The turbulent shooting stun above, McAlister 4:5 fat hogs at !t cents. indicative of our natural life here below, M. S. Haughman sold to J. 1'. Gill, of Vet God's silent, unseen ipirlt ceases not it losing. Tennessee, a B. F. Clay Ally for W-'- o. Co., I). X. Prewitt bought in the Hubble Zcphjr's potter may riv wind may come, I he earth may quake, rocks may rend; section a lot of yearling cattle at '2 cents. The Latest Styles and Fine Wormansliip Guaranteed, Just then cull moting line of liod pertrays, Johnson, of Boyle, bought of James Calling to mnn, ptvue be still ; I'm the 1 and cattle Swopo 10 head of wind. at U cts. ' O, whit peace lie brings to my heart. Robert Land bought in the Hast Deep as the soundless se. I hnvo my Mow sweetly singe th, the seul that clingeth, End 1(5 head of yearling steers and heifMy loving Lord to Thee." SI'.!." ers at ?S to II, Yan'Aiisi)ai.k. Forty-fou- r No. 1 mules for Bale, 'Jo Stanford, Dee. 1SM. of them mares and ll horses. A. K. Denny, Shelby City, Ky. Mrs. Englemau on her son, SJmonG. Et V. B. Hill sold to Cohen, a railroad gleman, who died a Prisoner of War at contractor, of West Virginia, n pair of Cam) Douglas, faraway from her posheavy mare mules for $450. sible care, and whoso remains were In addition to a complete line of Staple and Fancy Groceries I Charles Simpson, of Garrard, bought brought home fur inteimeut. of James Anderson a pair of mare mules My darling boy hope of a mother's lute, for $110 and of II. B. Boone one at $1 10. And did'tt thou linger on the bed of death The recent Hood in the Sacramento And I not there1, thy anguished hwid temoti river damaged wheat and other grain Illy pillow smoothc, or catch thy parting brcu.h? Klegant Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, Horry Sets and Water Sets of more elcrops in Sutter county, Cab, to the exWhat tterc tliv last wards on thy trembling egant designs than ever seen in Stanford before. All kinds of Fortent of a quarter of a million dollars. tongue ? eign and Domestic FRUITS always on hand. Cigars in boxes of 25. Editor John B. Gaines of the Bow. Say, did they bretilhe of home, thy site, and met liiiL' Green Times, who is also a stock And did thy thought around thy fireside iomv? S. farmer, has recently bought of E. P. To e ek it happy, nt it Hied to be.' zmz-tezRiWere thtre no praters tht we uiiglii mi Faulconer, of Danville, a stallion for Whither It comcth, or whltherit goeth, Hut God's love to man ne'er forgotten. Fashionable Clothiers, Brown, Philadephia, Wanamalter and Browning, King $ New York. house Chock Full of Nicest Kind of (roods hae Purchased for the Xmas Trade '. above, Leo Thomas has it steer." years and Who was not there to tatch III) looks of lot e, days old that weighs l,7ti0 pounds. T. Or ttipe the death-dewfrom thy pallid face. J. Burgess bought of R. Matthews 12 Oh! yes, I knew, a thousand thoughts of home mules at $75. George Like tinting phantoms, iressed thy throbbing head of .1 s No Unjiugs (cr Mother's end embrace s. s. M The Gathering of Gifts. Now or during the week is the time to MAKE YOUR .SELECTIONS, When stocks are all full and town Times. The Farmer's Alliance how has s members. There are '20,000 in Kentucky, 100,000 in Georgia and 150,000 in Tennessee. The order is gaining strength daily. Louisville tobacco warehousemen s confidently expect that 1:55,000 city of tobacco will be sold in that during the present year, it only takes about 10,000 more to reach that figure with 20 days more to go on. An English nymlicate has bought ToO.OOO acres of lumber land in Alabama and Western Florida, paying $10 an acre for it. A London syndicate has also closed a deal for $1,000,000 worth of city property in Diiluth, Minn. There were 1,000 contestants for the 200 prizes ollered by the Rural New Yorker to women, who could show the largest yield of Irish potatoes from an acre. The first prize was won by Mrs. Eliza Day, of Wyoming county, X. Y., who raised 1.015 bushels. An Illinois woman got the second with 70.(Vi hush-- i els, and so on down to 700. mem-berhogs-bead- brain; And many a thought ei" faded Joss Mould come, g pain. And many a tcur chas'd many a heart-wrun- A GENERAL SUPPLY STORE. Mycherlsh'd son, we meet no mure oncaith, Vet hope shall lead me to a brighter werld, Where I no more shall grieve thy parted woith And only peaceful banners are unfurl d. Uk.iii.anii. Our Sabbath-school- s at Everthing At Its Best. We have learned to lengthen the buying lime by having early such gifts as are sought by those who choose to buy not under the pressure of Christmas, but with thoughtful care, intelligence & deliberation. We "know well the great throng just before Xmas and have pared for it with double the force we had a year ago. Our pre- - Holida.y -- Embrace an- - ENDLESS VARIETY x Of Toys, Photograph and Autograph Albums, Scrap and Gift Hooks, Perfume Stands and Exquisite Perfumes, Wallets, Pocket Hooks, cVases. Toilet and Manacure Sets, Christmas and New Year Cards, on Work Itaxcs, Shaving Sets, Glove Boxes, Cuff and Collar Boxes, Fine Stationery, Ink Stands, Hruu.Mi Fou tmk Holidays. For thej We have opened and have now on sale a large selection of signed road surveyor of that portion of Cliristmas Holidays the Newport News road lying south of Crab Orchard, called k Mississippi Valley Co. "Old Kentucky sell round-tritickets bethe Somerset and Crab Orchard road, Home extending from the county line to Glade tween all stations on its line and to CharFork Branch, do object to the proposed lottesville, Richmond, Va., and points on Which we cordially invite the people of Rowland and vicinity to call road law. Article 1st is all right and the C. A: O. railway at the low round-triand sec. '' very good, but as to rate of 1A fare. Tickets between local first clause in Art. having a road commissioner it would be stations will be on rude Dec. -- I, '2't and ill We arc thankful for liberal patronage the past year and hope by fair outragious, taxing the people $1,000 to and Jan. 1st, and will be good to return C. & W. nav a man that we do not need. if used on or before .Ian. .'!, IMK). Tick- - dealing to merit a continuance. o Let the roads be laid oil" in sections and ets to points on C. & 0. railway in road surveyors as wo now have and ( ginia will be on sale Dec. Ul, '2'2, '23, '24 force every man to work two days out of and '2't and will be good to return until each week until roads ate good. Let Jan. U. IS'JO, inclusive. J. L. Murnhy, W. S. Harthis money be in the treasury to pay for Gen. 1'ass.Agt., Lexington. Ky. S. A. .0 rison. T. I. A., Ashland, tools, lumber, wagons and teams and not llromberg, T. I. A., Lexington, ICy. -- . m spend it for something that would be of KY., Bucklen's Arnica Salve a wagon and no use, such an buying 'I lie licit team for said commissioner to haul may le in the world fur cuts, brunts, Has on hand a large and nice assortment of chapbe in ono end of the county, 'M miles sores, ulcers, salt rheum, feer sorcl.J tetter, crup ped hands, chilblains, coins and all skin distant from likely the worst roads. The lions and positively cures piles, or no pay reijuir road law will be in Lincoln county like ed. It is guaranteed to Kivo perfect satisfaction, the constitution those 'vho frame it can or money refunded. Trice 35 cents per box. A R. Icnnv,?Staiilord, Ky. not tell what it is, if it was to bo as pro- Kor sale by in existence. posed. Let the old law bo Morlt Wins. I do not mean the Davison law, but the Wedes.reUisnj to our allien, that for ear, AmJ Qthcr Horse Q00fa whfch ,c j,, jj, , t , bjj " t " Ev law prior to that, with Art. 1st and the we lute been svlliui; lr. king's New Oiscuvi-ie'rytluiig new. Repairing done on short notice at low prices, for consumption, m. KinB' New i.ifo riiis, iiuck'2 added. Men can tirst clause in Art. Irn's Arnica S.ilve and Klectric Hitters, mid have work when they cannot get money to never handled remedies thai sell as well, or th.'il .I.i..nla..i. ft rtfnn Ww .In .in. "V pay taxes. So let it be so as to force t.s.A..mH .link UIIIILIWI..HII..HUIH II.ICKItni.Ubll "". hesitate to guiir.inleo Ihem eery lime, and we" each road hand if necessary to work two stand reaJy to re'unil the purchase price U satisThese do factory days out of each week till roadH are in oemcdicsresult won not follow their use punly their great popularity have order, and have this fund to pay for such jn their merits. A R. I'enny, driiKgt Josu Wiijjo.n as above stated. The Proposed Road Law. To the Editor of the Interior Journal ) JIkk Lick, Dec. U, 18Si. I, the under Mt. .Moriah and Pleasant Hill are each preparing a niceeutertaiument for Christ And in addition to Fresh Meats of all kinds, mas eve and Christmas night; a tieu uti I am prepared to sell at Rock Uottom Prices Sugar, Coffee, Syrups. each ulace. The M. K. Minday-sehoo- l Flour, Meal, &c, and all kinds of salt Meats in fact, everything has ordeit-a handsome organ from Chi-- 1 usually found in a first-clas- s grocery. Highest market price paid cago and expect it here by Christmas. for Hides and Country Produce. Mrs. the Methodist evangelist, will TTCT.TTTTT. begin a revival at this place on the My customers will greatly oblige me by coming around and settling We need the work ami prayers of chris-- 1 I need the money badly. tiau people. Itev. J. M. Cook is on the their accounts by the last ol this month. M. F. ELK IK. sick list) as is Mrs. T. J. Young and Mis. Frank Horton. Miss Lena Killion audi ' Mrs. Kdwards, who have been visiting in Kansas and Texas for the vast ." mouths returned home last Wednesday. Missi Lena Young and Allie Cook spent Sat unlav in Stanford shopping. Now .Mad n, no more Lupins are permit. leu nere mis unnsimas. .ir. rraiiK Howard, of Waynesburg, was in towu last week surveying for S. S. Mullius. ' GROCERIES M. F. take this method of informing the public that I have added to my business a Complete Stock of Staple and Fancy M "or, CARRIER & WATTS, ROWLAND, KY. 'will p Christmas Trix, p ! Vir-hav- ML .. K " IIUSTONVILLE, ALL"BN and 9, Harness, Saddles Blankets, ""i.. AT COST FOR CASH. On January I, 1S90, I will begin to dispose of my A Safo Invoatmont. Beauties in Silverware; Wares of Silver shine now in households where not long metals were used. Of all the miserable alllictionsto wltidi .... 1.1. t,l I. In.ir tliis tt.nillUtUt to'litfll ll'lfll tO IIU44 V4IU Mivttttvtn ia a common cold. It is very bard to JUtlUltJUll ..! .... baser Come Into Our Store And look at our display of new and artistic Silverware of exquisite designs and substantial construction. 1 the Hritisb Medical Journal this pointer: It may not bo so widely known as it deserves to bo that 20 grains of salicylic ncid, given in liquid ammonia aeet. three or four tunes a day, will so far control a common cold that the Aching of the brow, eyelids, &r and during movements of the eye, will cease in a few hours, while the sneezing and running from the nose will also abate and will disappear in a few days; and, more fortunate still, tho cold will pass oil nnd not finish up, as is customary, with a cough. cure, but giveB Is one which is iruarantced lo "bring you .iti. ! Uctory lesults, or ill ense cf failure, n return of purchase price, On this safe plan you can buy from our advertised druggist a botlleof Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. It is guaranteed 10 bring relief in every case when used for any affection of the throat, lungs or chot, such as consumption, inflammation of the lungs, bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough, croup, etc., etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to the 4tastc, perfectly safeandcan alv.is he depended upon. Trial bottles free at A. R. Penny's drugstore B3KTTIBSI Of light goods at cost for cash. ?.lo STOCK This is a golden opportunity. Wo AJLST.DTT9" CS-iff-f-c Jamoa T. Uott, Carmi, lie paid thirty-on- e 111., Says: All the LEADING STANDARD WORKS in the finest bindings. We have an endless variety of other presents too tedious to mention. Come this week and look over our stock. No trouble to show godds. Our stock is complete in every department and our prices low. CROW & CO., McKinney. j '- LIQUOR HAB There 11 nothing parents should be so careful DRUNKENNE8S-TH- E IT-- In all tho World there its but ono about ai selecting a cotitfh syrup. Ilet!' Cherry cure, Dr. Haines' Qoldon SpocHlo. Cough Syrup cotts no more than tho cheap and inIt can bo given in a cup of tea or coffee without ferior nostrums thrown on tho market. Tho bests none too good, be sure and get IIF.CGS' Cll KRUV the knowledge of tho person taking It, effecting a COUCH SVRUP. We keep lion hand at all speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient is a moderate drinker or mi alcoholic wreck. ime. A R. IVuny, Druggist. Tmmtands of drunkards have been cured who Bogg'B Cherry Oough Syrup have taken the Oolden Specific in their roffco believe they Is giving splendid satisfaction to the ttode and without their knowledge, mulm-dathe sales are positively marvelous,., hit h can lie quit drinking of their own freewill. No hsrmfii-ell'eresiUts from iti administration. Cures guaraccounted for in no ntlu-- wayj except thai It is without doubt the belt on the market. Ask for anteed. Send for circular and full particulars.. Ad. nnd be sure you get the geni'ine. Wckcepjt A. dress in confidence Column bi'sciKtc Co., i8j Itsce Slicct, Cincinnati, O. K. I'enny, DusB't , ct r A Good Oouh Syrup. doctor's bill for his wife in one year uild otic, bottle of llradtield's Regulator did her more goid than ail the medicine she had taken before. II. Dale, druggist, Carmi, III. Write llradlield Regulator Co , Atlanta, (5a., for particulars. Sold by Druggist A. R I'enny, Stanford. dollars Powars Store, Casey County, Kentucky. 2ZJxxiLma,& JSL FRTE'S Mt. Salom, Ky. See his stock before making your purchases. A nice assortment of Toys, Candies and other Christmas Goods on hand at vM -