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NO. 83 NOW is the Time to Buy Your Holiday Presents in Watches, Clocks, tXIEWIEIILIRX" fcasri 0X3, 8-d- Clocks S3, worth $$; Clocks at $2.50, worth S4. Watches worth Sioo at S70; worth 530 at S20, am offering everything in my stock of Jewelry at cost Tor CASH only. Look at the prices: B. W. Raymond's movements, gilt, Si 7. 50; Nickel, S20. Hampden Railway movement at 18.75. Seven Jewel movements, S5 to S6.25. Everything else in proporworth $20 at $., worth Si 5 at $10. tion. I have the largest stock ever brought to Stanford and have lately opened a large stock of new goods bought especially for the Holiday trade. JJny now while you have a large stock to select from. Come and examine my stock and prices but bring the money with you as the sale is POSITIVELY for cash. SILYBRWABB. .A.. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. Some Scintillations by Our Lancaster Mnn. Minn thoro aru sounds of discontent and re- a disposition to choose new leaders und TI10 delegates to tin con. con. art' The secret ballot and no liquors sold ported to bo uutiruly indillorent to news-pape- r look in other directions for a betterment on election days, as adopted, ought to criticism. One prominent mem-- of the situation. Tho recent democratic make those days "pass very quietly." her said the other day that "tlio uttoran- - j victory may in tho end prove a boomerThe members of the con. con. may of the average Slate newspaper did ang by lulling the party into false securi- b it set of noodles, but they are not far ci-not have as much weight with him as. ty and inspiring its principal ndversary gone enough to tumble to the woman's opinion of any one respected ritizen to extraordinary efforts to regain its su1 jEi- - ZFEiErisrsr.. Sf f The Capital or Casey. Liberty hns not risen Phoenix-likfrom tbo disastrous lire of March laft, but on tho contrary has never ceased to feel the loss sustained. The mnjority of the merchants who suffered by that Sts. memorable conflagration bad no insurance and the consequence is they are tho nullragc business. not ublo to set up in business again. It of IiIh county." JndiUfrenco tocriticiRin premacy. Karly routed Sheridan's army The constitutional convention will j is tho exception rather than tho rule in the valley captured much of hW artiliunoeviilencotbattliey are not iiiiieiia-bisoon be equal to Tobo G rider's si ow, lery, and many of his men, and while a fire is, in the long run, detrimento censure, if their conduct ia huch which was "so d d bad it was real that tal to tho appearance, or even biiBines-Bhotild sin- resoling in his camp and feanting on his good." Owensboro Messenger. us to deserve it. Why tliey supplies, was attacked in turn by Sheriinterests of a town, but it- is tho cafco For Christmas Presents come and sec our gle out newspapers as tlio chief objects The great American Junketers have with Liberty, and although 9 months contempt is by no iiiuann clear. dan upon his return and driven from been in session ninety-twof their days, and the field in disorder, with the loss of all have elapsed, only a couple of small, Tlio prcHH is tlio bHt if not thoQnly agon-b- y their work is not half completed. Their his trophies. store rooms have been built on tliroiiKh which thty cm bo reaoheil, next trip, and their best, in the interest Vases, Sets, the sites whoro a dozen houses, most of and there Bro abundant reasons for tho of the taxpayers, should bo in tho direc HUSTONVIULE. them substantial, once stood. The Jim been assertion tliat no injustice tion of their several homes. Frnhkfoit ' quaint little town has never been able Klcoant Nkw Holiday Stock. A Capital. done to thaw worthier by any of the pamake a boast of her sightliness, but e of thuStnto. Tlio prominent mem- complete assortment; any quantity of If the dilapidated pers that to suitable gift for old and young. Our lias so lone disgraced Kentucky will but now it is "out of sight" euro enough. ber who has no profound a respect for Mr. alker Bell, who has been a tho opinion of ono respected cituen of display is worth your inspection. Don't tumble about the devoted heads of tho inqui- wtit until the last, but come at once and dallying delegation now occupying it, friend of the I.vrKition Jouii.val from its Canned Fruits and Vegetables, Apricots, his county would do well to make Pears, Peaches, Raspberries, beginning, is among the attendants at ry of tho aforesaid respected citizen and au our complete lino of diamonds, jew- the people will console themselves with Pine Apple sliced, Pine Apple grated, French Peas, Beans, Yarelry, watches, clocks, silverware, novel- the reflection that the penitriousnesH that court. He it rejoicing over the receipt obtain his opinion of the con. con. of a letter from Commissioner Kaum & Cook. mouth Corn, Tomatoes. ho Rives vent to his contempt for ties, Ac. Weatherford has existed under a guisu of economy Baying that he is to get $2 per month tho pretw. It has been truly said that has Won indulged to a good purpose DIEBXIEID FOR FARMERS AND TRADERS. pension from this on and is also to bo "ho who will not reason is a bigot; ho Louisville Times. the recipient of a few dollars back pay. Layer Figs, Cooking Figs, L. L. Raisins, California who cannot is a fool, and ho who daro Took Hubble bought at Nashville a Prunes, Leghorn Considering the fact that ho has paid CHURCH A'FAIRS. Blavo." not is a lino jack for Jl.'JOO. Citron, Apples, Apricots, Peaches, Currants. out only $200 or ?300 to pension agents L. F. Sharpe sold to a Cairo, III. par.Mrs. Fairweathor will contest her ho .is to be congratulated The 0. J. says that Marshal llnrcbet on hio good for Mince Meat, Potted Meats, Canned Beef, t ty n harness maro for '2'25. husband's w mi , which gives 2,000,000 to . will offer for sale at Somerset, on MonW. It. Gaines sold to lluckner & Co., charitable objects in New York city. Gelatine, Chocolate, Cocoa, Tho bright and brainy Col. Silas Ad day next, "two copper stills and 07 wash gelding for f l".r. a Hev. A C. Stockard, aged 00, a Cum- ams is still tho centre of attraction in Laundry Soap, Castile Soap, Toilet Soap, idea of a Kentuckian not tubs." Tho Johnson, of Itoyle, bought of Tone berland Presbyterian preacher, at Dover, all crowds. His kind and affable nature, knowing th difference between a wash Hunt) a of .1 year-olcattle at Term., is defendant iu a suit for seduc- together with a wonderful amount of A complete line of Plain and Fancy Candies, Oranges, Lemons, tub and a mash tub!" L'i cents. tion. magnetism draws to him tho friendship Nuts. Foil Salu. A nice 3 year-oljack by Col. Saundeis D. llruco has been conThe debt of the Methodist church of all with whom he comes in contact. Extracts: Lemon, Vanilla, Almond, Strawberry, Banana, Pine ducting a sale of thoroughbreds at Lex- "Nubble's Needier." K. H. Ilronaiigh, of Pittsburg, Pn., $8,000, has just been paid He seems not the least Bore over his deApple, Apricot, Orange, Cinnamon. old Crab Orchard. ington recently. It is related by by a penny contribution and tho stow-aid- s feat for the nomination for Coi gress by --T. M. and Will Ullardsold Saturday 0 men that prior to tho Introduction of had a heavy task counting tho his party, although there are many of thoroughbreds, tbo horses of Kentucky to Israel Drown 10 odd head of cattle avlittle pieces. hia townsmen and backers who are. In weroa shabby lot. An old fashioned eraging 1,700 pounds, at 4.30. Since a Brooklyn church adopted tho conversation with Col. AdamB it is easily of corn, will pay plan of having a couple of young and detected that he is not a I want 2 horse that coutd trot six miles in an republican of hour waa considered a 'irodigy and if he S3.G0 per barrel. Will bo in Stanford pretty girls take up tho collection in- the type, but instead a failed to have thumps or drink too much Friday and Saturday. S. I Straite, stead of a pair of ugly men, tho contiibu-tion- s conservative one, who seea the shortwater and die, ho was considered a liuvo more than doubled. comings of his party as well as thoso of Capt. Jack Clark has beaten tho recanimal. Now our thorough- The rededicatory services at tho tho opposing. Ho is not "stuck" on bredB can trot 10 and 12 miles an hour, ord. Ho sold 2T) cattle, which averaged Shelbyvillo Christian church was follow- President Harrison, nor does ho approve keep ahead of many of tbo engines on 1.S00 poundB, to J. II. Wilkerson, at Ijc ed by n revival in which there had of tho enormous amount of money that our railroads, and when halted upnt the yL sterling Sentinel. been 10 converts to lastaccouuts. Kev is annually paid for pensions. . . . i .1... At ...til ar." n.flilV -- J. L. Cog.ir bought 3,000 bushels of C. P. Williamson is doing tho preaching. j Just now Liberty is enjoying a dancstauio uoor cuumji u "" Scrubs barley from Isham Itailey, of Versailles, Hev. Charles Z. Hembre, the Ken- ing craze. Prof. Smith, a gay young for food and another drive. sometime aasuino tho manners and put at (15, and from Bailey & McAlister 3,100 tucky Presbyterian preacher who was man from Lebanon, has just closed a in frebushels of wheat at 1H) cents. Midway suspended from tho ministry at Norman, successful dancing school and tho young on the airs of thoroughbreds Kas., and assaulted his quently mislead the best of judges. But Clipper. people can now trip the light fantastic of hogs announces that ho will suojthe Presby- with the ease and gracoof C. M. Jones sold a are no good reasons why this there fairies. The Liberty Press, defunct, has sold should be thus; for you may take n iu Cincinnati last week at 3L This was tery for damages. A number of Missouri churches hold it plant to the Old Kentucky Baptist scrub from the field, pick tho hurra from tlio top of tho market ami 5 cents per briars from his mane cwt. more than any others sold for dur services once a year. Tho pastor Co., and Mr. Douglas is now publisher his tail and the blanket him and bring ing tho day. calls tho roll of inombers. Those present instead of editor. It is a creditable rub him down, Tho Kentuckian reports tho sale of respond by scriptural quotations of Ajrtcf track in all his glory, and ho folio with the majority of its upon tho There are scrubs in W. 0. Graves' farm in Scott county, 375 words of greeting. Any who cannot at- reading columns devoted to religious litw ill still b a scrub. I have just received and opened a large and well selected lot of all tho animal creation from mice to acres, at $vS2.50, to It. P. Pepper. It is tend Bend letters or messages which are erature, while sufiicieut space is devoted Christmas Goods, including of ttioso who to local interests to tell tho a splendid farm and tho residenco alone read. When the names men. doings in have died within the year are called aud about Liberty. bo a fa- cost $12,000. Knott is getting to Daxv:li.e Court. A pretty good there are memorial verses read. It is a To her credit bo it said that Liberty bb Cbauncey M. mous a crowd and good many cattle on the mar- tcnderlv pathotio servico and brings lias doffed the old stylo aho clung to for Depew, of Now York. These t. r. e. ket yesterday, but few sold. Prices, slop 11 years and "hardly a church members together. mouth passes that bavoajolly good time. Tlioy receive cattle 2 eta., 1, cattle 3 cents. Borne promising youngster does not mako is to nil tho big dinners and Mnlca $130 to $100. invitations A momentous law caso for Toxas his appearance. Those who were alarm-eAlso arodtneil and wined and feasted and pending in tho U. S. Supremo Court this K. P. Owsley bought of II. D.Bangh-malest tho stock of some of the promisuceiod at. toasted in a style not to bo hogs at 3.10. Ho week. The contention is that the codi- nent families of that town should run a lot of s toast responder enjoys an 1S79 A also bought of Henry Nowlund, B. F. fication of tho State laws made in out can now rest easier, knowing that cnvlablo position. was never ratified by the legislature. "unto them a child is Haydcn and J. M. Coffey, a number born, unto them a Both French and common, ever Drought to Stanford. Nuts and Fruits Tho lives of 30 condemned murderers, son is given." General Miles says ho has tho Sioux weighing about 300 at 3.20. felons now in in great variety. See my stock before you buy your Santa Claus Brooko on the Joo P. Kmbry, of Madison, has tho liberty of over 3,000 It is claimed by the proprietor that dancere surrounded. to all lands tho north, Carr on the bought in Garrard alone about (XX) to penitentiaries and tho titles tho Wilkerson Hotel fed over 500 people supplies. Remember you can get a Good Meal at any time for 25 south, Sumeo on naRsed by acta of court since 1879 are in the first day of circuit court. This ia a west and Merriam on tho east. This is SOO head of slop cattle at prices ranging cents at my Restaurant. UYblLKb served in any style and for volved, along with tho life of Dick Dun- pretty big job for a hotel with bo few of about tlio position tho Indians would from 2.05 tg, 3J. J. B. Park sold his apwho sale in bulk. corn to tho Silver Creek distillery at can, under sentence of death, the modern improvements as that hosprefer to have them take. If thoy peals on tho ground mentioned for re- telry, but I'll wager way out, thoy would $2.50 per barrel delivered. Record. to cut their not a soul left the Dr. J. B. Owsley it Co. have bought lease. table hungry. nnv linvii to encounter ono fourth of ThelNTRKIORJoCltN-AL- , Mies Eamerelda, if you McGinnis General Miles' force, and that would bo R iftrR0 i0t 0f bacon Bides at 5 conts laid as the P. M. easy Hailing. It ia said that during mo down in Louisvillo. It comes from Si only know how much I lovo you. There informed me, has double tho number of lato war an Irishman claimed to have oux City and other points. Saturday is no Bacritico I'd not bo willing to make subscribers as any other paper that goes to tho Liberty office. You don't have to captured single handed 20 of tho enemy, tho doctor had an offer of 20 cars at 5.05, for you. but declined it as ho thinks he will be Esmerelda Ia that bo? Are you real- use much exertion beating a good thing and when asked how he had into the head of the this remarkable feat said, "I able to buy at less than 5 cents. ly in earnest? There is a prnno orchard of 10 trees "I am indeed. Try me!" surrounded them." Al- nttirftugersville, Cal., which bore this His many friends will bo glad to know-tha- t "Then marry my oldest sister, bo that Tho prediction that tho Farmers' tho clever county clerk, George A. cease to exist or to exercise year 28,200 pounds of fruit, uu average it will bo my turn next." liance will m Fro witt, has about recovered hia eyesight. in tho next piesidential of 705 pounds to a tree. Ono treo among uny influence Grocer "Well, my littlo boy, what For awhile it looked as if he would no contest, nro yet to bo realizod. It may the number produced 1,110 pounds. The will you have?" blind, but I'm much pleased to note that not bo Huillciently powerful to olect a fruit has sold in that locality this season "Fifteen cents' worth of molasses." there aro now no fears entertained of SUPPLIES and invites the people of his section to call and examine condidato representing tho distinctive for 9j cents a pound. Grocer (as ho hands the pitcher over buch a calamity befalling that excellent his immense stock of features it represents, and yet bo strong gentleman. tho counter) "Where's your money?" E.G. W. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. to turn tho tide in favor of enough 'In tho pitcher; I put it in there so as Miss Mary Davis, daughter of Crit DEATHS' DOINGS. of tho two parties it may regard as be sure not to lose it." Fliengondo to most (uvorablo to tho policy it is Hooking Davis, will marry Mr. Tullius Wither Blatter. . II. O. Noble, a brother of the SecreEvery conceivable thing in the Toy line can be found at his store. . There la evidently n rest- - spoon at Harrodsburg tary of tho Interior, died suddenly at part of tho people in Father Did you break this vase? Dolls of all sizes and at any prices are also there by the hundreds Roberts. Crawford, n lessnese upon tho Columbus, O. Johnny Yes, father, I can't lie. public affaire of tho nation, young attorney, and Miss Alice Taylor, for the older class is not surpassregard to tho James Calvert, a respected citizen of while his line of Christmas Presents Father Indeed I Well, you won't bo and while many of the masses are still both of Williamsburg, eloped to New of the cities. Be sure to see his Electric Engine and the able to Bit, either, when I am done with Junction City and agent of tho 0. S. ed outside wedded to their idols and glory iu a Albany and were married Friday. railroad at that point, died Sunday night many other things of interest found in his large and well selected now deyou. Comoulong to tho woodshed. name, tho disposition to mako after a protracted ppoll of typhoid fever. stock. All of the substantials, such as are kept in a First-Clas- s Charles Jopliu seduced a young lady New York Herald. to the moat casual Genpartures are ovident Henry Blankenship, aged 83, died at Of course at Fort Smith, Ark., and applied to a observer of passiug events. At a husking bee, if you get a red ear hia homo near Preachersville, eral Merchandise Store, can be obtained at the very smallest margin, Sunday among old doctor to help him get rid of the child. He you may steal a kiss; while on the conthis ia tho subject of ridiculo to supply themselves with such should go directly who have refused and told the girl's parents about trary, under other conditions, if you night, after a month's illness of a com- and those desiring and stagers plication of diseases. He was a staunch to his store, which is headquarters. machinery of tlio it. They raised a row and Jopliu went Bteul a kiss you may get a red ear. been manipulating the Baptist and had been a member of that parties for so gunninir for tho whole kit. He killed He desires to thank the public generally for their patronage during democratic and republican wife over Ni- church for over a half century. His Day, who pushed his thoy regard as high the doctor, the girl and Iter parents and closing and hopes by fair dealing to all and the t loug u period that ended his own miserable exist- agara Falls, will be hanged in Ottawa wife preceded him to the grave about 15 the year just e then usual treason anything out of tho a continuance. living prices to merit years. ull tho ence. Doc. 18. of pnrty tuauagoment.l hut e 10CERES MB BU EENSWARE Corner Somerset and 3Iain Our Motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits. o - o ono-stor- y Bisque Figures, Beautiful Glass Water Sets, Coal Tin Toilet Handsome Chamber Sets, Stand Lamps, Swinging Lamps. State-hous- ' Groceries for the Holidays: be-fo- re j ZETEBTXXTS: car-loa- d d 80,-00- MARK HARDIN. ear-loa- Ueed-rulo-or-ru- Jul-lic- J fltflstmas Holday Trix Goods, sd Great Variety, at fellow-minister- s, car-loa- d roll-ca- ll R Zimmer's. Kx-Go- toaat-respond- er 400-poun- d Toys, Dolls and Games of Every Description. d n 333-poun- d first-clas- THE.L4 R&EST LINE OF 0 ANDIES de-ai-red pccom-pliahe- d Bouud-thinkin- g Cas-oyit- e. W. S. Hilton, err?, st. jncriTCTnoiT Is Headquarters for Santa Claus' ei-th- er New and Novel Christmas Trix. ..ni.. to-da- well-know- n wheel-horse- very-lowes- rou-tin- .- - S tnmmm9t,,lpil(iyu, f'i MmiiwiwiKiManin M 'J1! "Jj "jt-r--" l 'Li'tr4'' Wiiwiy wwMaw y4 (ThJlllt,U-Tfl.fffy.,- ,l ., ,,y. .., r rH 'I fl lovely bay? Yes? Then como with mo ought to bo moro distant to a stranger. to tho othor, whoro tho sedges and "Whoro 1 como from wo lot tho bread rushes grow down Into tho water, and rlso in tho pans nwhllo boforo wo sot In js5&&?A the vorduro begins at onco without nny tho ovon," ho said. hint of beach or shell, aqd tho troes Published Every Tuesday and Friday I mado ono movemont toward tho fjrmmr. :ti".viun. ovorhnng darkly, and tho water is deep- ovon, and thon, reinemborlng myself, x;r-'!.- i -r x er, stiller, and moro mysterious than on drew back. V..V2JCK tho other shore. Ah, Clara! If tho othor S' JPKR, YICAU, 17C "Wo do It tho othor way hero." bank is a Chase, this is a Corot. and I MiLti MILE6 lie jumped off tho rVhm not so paid $2.50 will be charged." often look over at it and fancy I see tho the oven door open. dressor and throw nymphs rising from tho sodgy lottom K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. "Como, now," ho said, laughing, to sport and play In tho moonlight. "confoss that this is your first attempt Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning Alas! alas! that must soon bid farewell and you havo forgotten what mother 7 1T.,.'.,L I in l I fll t 5:4s p. m to this enchanting spot to lead a loveless told that I'vo .seen i.'y; you. bread made slnco I j& 'it: llfo with somo cold, hard business man, was only ns high ns my thumb, and U'h L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. mi yA'Tk.y.w.ui-v- v for mo as Twenty miles tlie liortest to fidihweyerSwcnfclli who will onro to mako onlytho ono of tho always dono this way," nnd without 11 50 am Mail train going North itoms that go up sum of his moro ndo ho lifted out the pans, placed 16pm " .... " South grandeur. If 1 could only here, nnd 1159pm Express train " South the . nnaglne my feelings, Clara! So bent now, know what It was to lovo and bo them on had shelf above the lint. Just Making dnitt cumiectlrw,. m Central Union d norm 37 am whoro I always seen Harriet put pot lor 6 30 a m Local Freight North was my father on halng his own way, loved, I think, Clara, would glvo up them, and, selling tho Hrst oloth ho St. Louis, 533pm South.. Micliiu.ii Points. ... 1. ...4 Chlcaco.Ilullale, that if I refused to do his will ho would every tiling ami take the man even If ho laid his hands on, placed carry passengers, rntsr yvi:i:k. Detroit. The latter trains alo It anross tho Indiana .pulls and tho Wi, turn me, his tenderly reared child, woro only a simple farm hand. CV Solar vri Y Dr.AH Claiia: The above is calculated on standard time, hato top just as Harriet always does, and Canada, New England, time is about so mmuie f tcr I n accordance penniless on tho streets! I am twenty-thre- o to bo a mero bit of mortgageable propthen confronted nut, still laughing. New years old, and I havo never dono erty. with my prom-1"I guess I've saved you a good tongue WMhiiiiElon, lUllimure. l'lnladcliihla, Wo live very simply hero. Moro so I am lotting any work in my life what is thero for thrashing. to ILrroil.tnirj;, Frankfurt, Ky. mo to do but to marry this Pryor D. ? than 1 intended to do. Harriot, I can mo for it?" What aro you going to give f.luukett time VIIU.IMA Shuri'M and you Into the Uuhinotid, (J11I1 kri line 10 My father's will furthor statod that if seo, Is quite determined that I shall of my Oh! Clara, I was frightened! I whereabouts. I ho died boforo I roached the age of marry Pryor D., and loses no opportunimy dlsgulso, he bad I was to bo given threo ty to gird at povorty. As tho olammlng and took me not penetrated and I must not take twonty-flvfor a farm girl, havo Sulitl Trains, lCiCf cars, smoking cars and too much credit months In which to mourn him, and .soason has not been a protltablo ono to cosiIht. PullmaH IVniTnr Slerpers through withthou either marry my cousin, or beconio hor husband, she gives mo nn object lesto myso'f, howout chance im Chattan firmlni;hm, Merld 4av..! ever, for hoop- a boggar. Uo did not wish his daughter son by forolng mo to llvo on tbo proin m.kinr ilircci (onnrrtion vn rontc (or Knox, ville, AvhtvilUi, I.rnihburaud puinls in the ing my word to bo long wlthoiifproper protection. Did duce of tho farm and tho pleklo-tub- . , v with you, for I you ever hear of any thing &o heartless Tho board money I pay her she r - " .: -.- -- aDuring the threo telling mo that if the coming oysam very much and At Chaltatiooca for Atlanta, Columbus, Wllminir afraid that i f months of indecision I am to bo allowed ter season is as bad as tho past clamMoon, Savannah, ion, Chaileuoii, Aufiu.U, a thousand dollars, and finally if I ming, she will need that and moro bo? HmntKick, Lake City. Thomatville and KLOltt- had yo u ija points. rofuso to marry this l'ryur 1). that Is foro tho winter Is over. in Amer I'hffonlvllne tMnntnir trains with chotca Pullman iluudmr "r 1J are Mmlunif Car in l.rV. ica tliis summer instond of colnir to overy cent of my father's money which I old soul, sho little knows that ovon tho sonville wiihuut ilwnrt lor anv clau,riuu,n. will over see. prospect of an eternal ploklo-tu- b Europe, I should havo kept my placo of would Btrsor haicac. Four weeks Sclma and Montgomery, llunttville, Decatur, refuse at much a socrot from you as from foro 1 know had already cone by bo not scaro me if I loved nnd was loved of tho fato awaiting mo. Floreti' Mrinphnand Alt KANSAS points. by htm who provided the brine. the rest of our bet. Shoitt and iiuirkett to Anmsten Selma, Mo"Is my cousin awaro of this Infamous On my arrival hero sho assumed tho I I am supposed to bo anywhere. ilr Uiitrt mncittnnt made al SHW OK-old masterful nlrs, totHc away my gowns, will. nut omnibus transfer for (tilvesten had to cominunicato with my banker will?" I asked. Houston, Austin. "Yes," said my lawyor, "and, to do and sat up all night running up a thick the other day, and several letters wero TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. forwarded to me. Ono of my corre-- him justice, ho likes it as littlo as you flannol skirt, which sho presented to mo The "nlv Ihtouiih line t Jai kson and ickiburf, do. IIo raged quite as much as you havo In tho morning with a Jersey, and inhoped that I was enjoy A cream of tarter baking; powder. Hizhest of Hpondonts Miss Shri'vciK.it I a., tnaktnir illrr t connections Government Re- - ing myself in Switzerland; without luliihut tranalrr lor ifallas Kurt Worth,' all in leavening strength. c another dono, vowed that ho didn't want to glvo structions to wear tho outfit during my port. Aug. 17, 18S9. Austin San Antunia, LI I'aso and polnisln that my Western trip might not en- up his llborty to become tho husband of stay. I laughed when I saw mysolf in It, amour mo too much with that section somo rich woman, and refused to seo but I was too dispirited to care, and took TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. of tho country and loso mo to Now you until tho day on which you nro to meekly the wardrobe provided for me, C. Kr through ratra correct county maps and tut mako your decision, as ho wishes you to namely, a pair of frightful country York; another had inclosed tho letter infortmtien call on Aceiil al unction Cllv. .Ky- to tho banker with tho request that ho mako it quito uninlluenced by him. Ho shoes, two severely plain gingham or addrtu Is a Ca"'u! te for Auditor of the State of rltANK V WOOI.LKV. "cam I u:r somk KOtis iiniti:?" Bald, openly, that but for the fact of gowns (for host), and a PuriUnlcal batht Tiav ' Ak-in t.t to the will of the Democratic party. would direct It to my hotel In Paris. l.mncton, I) G. KIIWAKDS. C.C. hAKVKV Nobody knows just whoro I am; and no-- I your rofusal making you poor, ho heart- ing suit caught with elastics at wrists hoard so often how Impudent men Vice.l'rraiaesit. O. I'. AT. A., Ciniicmti O Dr. A. S. body suspect that I havo quiotly ily hoped that you would havo nothing and ankles. can be to girls whom they consider beto say to him." I am learning to bo qulto usoful. I neath them, and I thought ho was going sneaked olf hero without servants, SURGEON DENTIST. My lawyor loft mo, and nftor I had mako tho bread, and tho pies, and tho to kiss mo. At dresses or monoy to a littlo secluded tho top of my lungs I H, McRoberts Office on Main street, over W. cottago a milo or two from Oyster Bay ovorcomo tho first flush of my anger butter, and feed tho animals and chick- screamed: "Auntie! Auntie!" Drugstore, Stanford. town, and that I havo been spending a and despair, I began to wonder what to ens, and generally lead a llfo that to mo Harriet camo flying in, all soap suds. wholo month with no companionship but do. I remembered you, and hurried off Is Ideal, because It Is not real. "What on earth's tho mtter, Nan?" I would respectfully inform my old Iriends and D. D. S. that of my old nurso Harriot and hor to toll you, but you wero so happy on A good many yachu como in to tho sho R. C. MORGAN, cried; "aro you burnt or scalt?" that I at work my profestho ovo of your trip to Europo that I harbor, and 1 often seo the flag of ono of Then she saw tho young man, and customerswould heam again to receiveatany work in pleaicd sion ami husband, William Sayor. DENTIST. had not tho heart to make you sad over our old friends floating on the breexo and stopped dead. Ho looked foolish and the way of Tho day I told you I was going to Officeon Main street, opposite rortman nouse, cr00p out of Sight Of tho World lor a my worries. As I sat and watched your laugh to myself at tho surprlso it would Harriot furious. I camo lamely to tho Watch, Clock or Jowclry Repairfor pi"Dle" e,PtriinB Nitroul 0x,de" B,ven few weeks, wo wore so interrupted by trunks being packed, and realized tho causo if any of them camo horo and dis- rescuo: ing. ' STANFORD. KENTUCKY. your preparations for jroing abroad, and immensity of tho distance that was covered mo in tho guiso of Harriet Say-or"lloros a gnntloman wants rTP. Alsa repairing SewUs Machines, Guns, PUtoli. about to bo placed between mo and tho niece from Iloston. our talk was so vnguo, that I fool that I auntie," I stuttered. Lock., &c. All I don't think they would find mo out. dearest friend I had in tho world, a now owo you a great do.il of explanation. "Well." said Harriot, "mv hens don't DR. W. B. Work Nontly unci Promptly Dono You will remombor, doar Clara, what sonso of desolation took possession of though, for this morning I had an op- flay in the kitchen!" And Warranted by . a shock my father's sudden death was me, and I longed to be going away my- portunity of putting my dlsgulso u a "I ventured to wait here, madam," test. moro selfanywhere to escape my thoughts. to mo. True, wo had never been ald ho, with tbo humblest politeness, THOMAS U ICH A RI)S, Stanford, Ky. As I sat on tho edgo of your trunk my OfiiceJSouth sid? Main street, in office recently to each other than acquaintances, and 1 It was washing day. Harriot had re- "whllo your niece was getting her bread Koom up stairs. Odd fellows' buiUlng.entranca vacated by;Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky, jl-nest dxr 10 roalizcd long ago that my chief charm resolution was formed, and beforo jou tired to the shed where sho does hor in tho oven --" B. V ATWOOD to him was tho certain Bhowy quality I wero well out to Bea, Clara, I had paoked washing, and I was In tho kitchen makHarriot cut him short. Sho glanced I. J. J. ALLEN. i. .,,!., hoard tho over at tho bread, gave an angry snort, JTsraaaHHssw possessod, whloh mado money spent on up a couplo of slmplo gowns, told tho ing up tho broad, whon & ATWOOD, mo seora well invested. I had often servants that I was going to travol for measured beat of oars in their rowlocks. pounced on It, nnd whisking thu cloth longed for a chango, but whon it camo tho rest of tho summer, and loft homo Thero was something so quick and off it, spoke: RSEL ESTHTE HGEHTS. and 1 found mysolf alono In that great boforo thoy had tlmo to spoculato about workmanlike In tho stroke, that I know "You can't bo vory busy If you moan t (wrf-i-h me, coming to Harriet for refugo as nat-- ! In a moment It couldn't bo William wait for bread to raise under a wet Fifth avenuo houso of ours, I grow City, Tenn. urally now as In the old days of cuts and Sayer, nor Hans, tho Danish hired man; oloth." She sniffed and looked frem ono and unhappy. so I pooped oat of tho window to seo. ' to tho other a,s I could not I was too listless to attend to business bruUes and childish sorrows. AVRES. JAS. G. GIYENS. restrain a lit- To euro julonnrt, ? llrnt-- , e, ( nnsti- WM. Four weeks havo alroady slipped by, Thore, making for tho strip of boach on tle triumphant laugh, and tho stranger nothing roused mo, and tho matters, pfttwn, MaMri 1, 1.tw.-- ... j. ah U taku tho afo nti. I ci'i.iij rcuiuit , chango which Dr. Wood rccoramonded and this is the first of tho last four I which William Mayor's oystor boat is ' got red In tho faco. &EGIVENS, moored, and tho littlo bluff above which "You'd hotter como along with mo," to mo as a nervo rcstoror after tho shock shall havo as a froo woman. Attornoys.at Law, Ah, Clara! if I had nothing on try tho cottago is built, thero was a young sho snapped; "I'll give you tho eggs; I had sustained whon my father was .?a r' - Louisville, Ky. brought homo killed by tho fall from his mind to worry or annoy mo; how happy man rowing. How ho could row, Clara! and If you're ono of them fancy city sail327 Fifth St., Tho boat fairly flow through tho water, ors as comes up theso waters summors, horse, scorned too much troublo to bo I could bo In this deserted, lovely spot I feel as though I woro maligning it and yet ho seomed to bo making no efShreve Building. may be you'd liettor got back to your undertaken. r I was In this morbid state when my when I only spoak of It as lovely but fort. Tho oars roso, turned and foil, with boat: there's a storm browing, and likely I tollieNM VZ.r.Slaittnii'tli.Uenn Initio our languago is too poor to furnish mo a precision that mado mo sav to mvsolf: it won't suit you." Fit AX K MAUIMON. lawyer called on mo. JAS. G. GIVENS. boUv ' iiiki Attn Tim Mor cuxvk.nie.st. Hlttnt,lo - tor ,tl . per Is with othor adjectives. It needs tho "That man has been stroko of a collego Harriot hustled him out of the kitch"Miss Van Cortland," ho said, "It Jnm. Motile. EHRIEQH. en, without giving him opportunity to I'rlfo of It lift- r.lr, GIVERS almost tho boglnning of July; your glowing musto of tho German tongue, or crow!" I glvo you my word I did not notlco so much as glanco at me, and a few sechas been dead month now: don't tho florid acconts of Italy, to adequately father REAL ESTATE, (MSI. you think you had better attend to your describo it. I lie sometimes on tho tho man much, I was too occupied in his onds Uter tho steady rhythm of his oars j.r.SMiiHtca.ius.Mer f rli i iifMntriuniai. "" tinniuNs, sr.ioois mo. sandy beach and think what a heaven It rowing, until ho rested on his oars, and. told mo that ho was gone. - affairs and loavo town?" ssw tayjsTsssTrriB8Ks?a all would bo if I was only nobody, and looking up, spied and hailed mo. I I heard Harriot go back to her work, "What is there to attend to?" I asked. had somo ono to lovo mo for myself drew back from tho window quickly, but saying to herself with yot one moro Town Lots, Coal, Iron and Timber Lands bought "Your father's will, for instance." or sold oq Commission, Correspondence r "I suppose as I am tho only child and alono. I dread tho futuro so, Clara, for only behind tho curtain, for I saw at a flerco sniff: solicited. "It'smybollof that young man wanted heir that that is a mero matter of form." I havo quite dotormlned that I have no glanco that tho man was gently bred, "Not quite," said tho lawyor, "but I alternative but to marry this 1'ryor IX, and it was so long slnco I had soon any eggs as much as a cat want pookoU." ' all I havo said to you about a ono belonging to my old llfo that I Good-by"hl,ujg dear Clara, I'll wrlto to you itouauc." to ellgbtod HOTEL atjast on tj,0 to bo,Moof approach you hut aftor THE by thought I would llko to seo how ho ovorymall now; tho ice onco broken, It is TuoShortoBt find QuickoBt Routo from subject tho will, for woman sacrificing her Central Kontucky to all points North, your continual refusal to be mado aware marrying for money, tho situation is would lmpross mo after tho rough but a comfort to chat with you who have alJ. B. OWENS, Manager, EnHt, Wont and South-Wondoubly hard; I shall marry him, wholesomo mannered William Sayer and ways boon so sympathetic to mo. I shall Fast of its contonts was singularly ombarras-Lino botwoon Loxlnirton and Cincinthough, and after I shall spend all my Hans. Harrodsburg, - Kentucky. sing to mo." write regularly until my fato overtakes nati. What I "In what way?" I asked. "My father fortune in holplng women to emanclpato had heard saw was amusing. Hans, who mo In the shapo of lryor I), Your LovI have taVen charge "I this popular hottl themsolvos from tho abject slavery tho hall, and had as evidentSCMEUOLK IN KKKECTNOV. 16, l!9. ing but Unfortunate Friend, run it in atirst.class manner in every has not loft mo penniless, I suppose?" and intend to which generations of tncok wifedom has ly moasured his man as I had dono, had respect. It is being papered and painted from NA.NKTTE Va.V COIITLANII. "Not quite," said tho lawyor, dryly. No. 3. No. 4 No 6, top to bottom, the bedding is being renovated and gruffly marched Into tho water, and, takbrought upon them. K' Sua' I sprang to my feet. everything done t male it pleasant and comfort,K.Sun.' Dally. I will not talk of tho futuro now, tho ing tho stranger for a tender-foobidden able for guests. The table shall never be surpass8KCOM1 ui:i:k. "Toll mo what you mean?" I deed by hoteUin this section. J. B.OWENS. opm present is enough. Let mo tell you him jump on his shoulders, and land dry lioam, Oh! Clara, I hardly llko to loll vou. Lve Cincinnati .. 1 I a mi Sonpm manded. p m t ol p m anou. 1 no young man demurred, but but I'vo soon that young man again; Lve Covington... q ,8 a about this bay, Clara. Lve ralmoutn..... "Tho fact Is, my dearyoungladj, that in, g 16 p m J 5' P m is a bay within a bay, so to speak, Hans, with another growl, wondored he's a splendid fellow; I llko him lm- - Arr Paris 11 IS a m o at p m 5 It P m so11 HOUSE, your father did not uppreciato tho for and unless you aporoach It from tho sea, wnai use moro was in gottlng "thorn" mousoly; his name Is Douglas; bo's a Arr Livingston 11 lopmi I p m 6 10 p 10 lidity of your character, and ho was a m Lve Paris n m 7 53; wet. and tho young man yloldod, tho merchant of somo kind feoveral months boforo his death torbut Arr Winchester.. 10 p m . 6 15 ,, m F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, "them's" being a pair of low shoes, ho must bo all right for bo's a member Arr Richmond.. is ii P m 7 o ui mented with tho Idea that If you onco Lancaster... 5 10 p m ... which wero certainly very dosplcablo of tho Now York Yacht Club, and owns Arr Stanford. London, - - - Kentucky. had control of your fortune, you would Arr ...., ........ P W Ml when compared with Hant-- ' own knoo tho yacht he's sailing a dainty dream Lve Richmond throw It away on somo foreign duko, or ....,T a to p m I have moved to my new Hotel and am better high mastodons. . prepartd than ever to accommodate the public. j impoverished Italian prince. Arr He tea. J oj p in of a sloop. . It has Good Livery attached and every convenience deArr Llvington . S o p m Tho young man, having landed, proLet mo tell you all about It: " been his one thought to find a moans of sired. Give me a call. ceeded to ocalo the bank. I rushed back Nearly every day I go up to Chase's FRANK RILEY. controlling you af tor his death, as easily 77 No. j. No. 1. to tho tablo and thrust my hands In tho beach, as havo chrlsteneii it, rowing as during his life." dough, hoping that tho barking of tho by mysolf In onu of William Saver's Lve Livingston... S 00 a m " I could not speak as tho lawyer ceased, C. A. BENEDICT & CO., ' S6c . dogs would attract Harriet and provont Hfifn lint, ulniv lumtu nml I lii.lw. ,.mt.. Lve Herea... 10151m but sat watching him with anxious eyes " , , Richmond... , ,j a in " tho young man from coming in, but In a .. miuuuw Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, till I should know tho worst. It seemed mo wiu ti .1 great nunuy oilir Lve Stanford .. it7 00 a m jrz - . moment I hoard him patting and makwhich divides Oyster bay from Cold Lve Lancaster to be an interminable tirao boforo ho had SW TANFORD, KY. ing friends with them, and oro I could Spring harbor, and whloh somo tourlsta Arr Richmond. ion a m ".V coughed, and wiped his glasses, and congot out of sight ho was darkonlng tho desocratod last year, thoy tell me, by Lve Richmond. Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished at tinued his" story. 5 P m 6 10 a m .7. Arr Winchester.. factory prices. 54 30 P in 7 l a in doorway. Z planting tho name Firefly in shrub "Undor theso circumstances," ho said Arr Pans L 13HLn 7 4 am "Can I get somo eggs hero?" ho said. ton foot high all across lUs noblo l.ve Lcxlugton last, "ho was not long In Hndlng a at a 00 p m 7 00 a infj 4J p ra "I guess so," I answered. "I'll go and forehead. I am glad to say that tho Lve Paris 45 P m 751 a m 4 5 p m moans whereby tho money and posiLve Falmouth.... 411 p m 9 18 a m 3 30 p va seo." wind and tho weather disapproved of tion, of which ho was so proud, could Covington m 10 44 ml ro "Pray don't disturb yourself," ho said, tho fact as much as I did of tho idea, Arr Cincinnati .. S5 40 lp m 10 50 a ra 6 37 p m Arr so not only remain in the country, but in 6 jj p politely. "I'm In no hurry, and I know and there Isn't a traco of this vandalism tho family." theMaysville Ilranch, No 9. leaves how a housewife hates to bo disturbed loft. Well, dear, aa I salil, I go nearly f On art, stiit V? "I don't undorstand you!" I pasped. whllo she has her hands in tho broad. overy morning under tho shadow of this Maysvileatio.o.am, ' ami' 5V " arriving "o " III HIIU ' ". "In othor worilu. Miss Van Cortland, t pm. If you'll lot mo I'll sit hero till you get cliff to batho, and Ho on tho sand and leaves Mayavilla at jioam, 7arriving at No. at Pans ho found a husband for you." OYSTKIl HAY. 7 40, am. No. u leaves Maysville at your loaves In tho oven, and may bo read. Thero Is a great big masslvo rock arrive, at Paris at jo and "Forme!" said, angrily. 4 io,lp ,.' These train, ra "You havo a cousin, a first cousin, and havo learnt its topography, you you'll lot me como back lator on to try on tho shore, and I generally go whon daily except Sunday. No runs dally from Lcingicn to Cincinnati. .son of a brother of your father, who woum suppoio yoursolf on a littlo In- - your handiwork, for wo aro all out of tho tldo Is going down, throw my n No. 43 Ieaca Lexington 10 00 am: arrives Paris is the tho broad on board." In tho sand, swim to tho rook, 10 45 am. except Sunday was disowned and diic.irdid by your lanu laito. No. 8 Ho porched himself on tho c'ornor of and Ho basking on it, reading On tho ono sldo whoro our cottago Is grandiailier In of his havuntil tho 7 opm:IcavcsCincinnati 5 10 pm;arrive Kalmo-itexcept Sunday. tho dresser nnd I took a good look at utin bakes mo dry. thero Is a beautiful beach. No. 7 leaves Falmouth 600 am; arrives Cincin-naing tuarrl- d a w:y ":i':iablt;anilchuHji-1- 1 i am; except Sunday. him. Ho was a dark, handsome fellow. 7 Tho day aftor I wrotoyou, I put on my T l.ulv i.liu l..nl ovo I i'i:i on tho Whon I saw it I could not help exclaimI rain run. 1.ll. ........ ing, for It realized tho truth of tho warm with a kind, manly face and clear, hon bathing suit as usual In tho houso, took between N'otea . No. and rinrinn'.,! x? e .".. ' ' ' i Y""" rv s Lexmtton .!runs est oyos. I liked him and mado no "Tho Tollers of tho Sea" and rowed off Sunday only, making all local stops! Nc 13 runa in business, but with tho holp of grays and monochromes of Chase. daily hrtwee. Cincinnati and Lsxington 4 I was at his studio this spring, and demur. to tho rock, laid my book upon It, rowed his good wifo managed to glvo yctir ,0 "" "'mouth J ""' I went on with my bread making, and to shore, fastened my boat, and Bwam h '' cousin an oxcollont college education. his marvolous tints and effects of light """ and tho young man has been for somo and shade wero still fresh In my mind, ho sat watching mo until I got nervous back for a good, quiet read. I'm not a -- Tr,n nnd Falmouth Accon.moda. years in tho omploy of a very respect- and when I saw this beach, lo! had and I entirely forgot all Harriot's in- good swimmer, Clara, and whon I go !L?v 7 ' "eW ,Ul S'- Depo1' on ,h Shaping my dough into out to tho rock I tako caro that tho John st firm, and bears a high found tho spot that had taught him his structions. able down-towNos. 1 and 6 make connections loaves, I sot them In my tins and water is not deeper than four or flvo lor points on the N. N. .V at ",urnc,te reputation for honesty and Integrity, trick of color. M. V. Ky by the Lexington Your Tho water laps on a sholly beach, promptly put them In tho ovon. feet, so I am not afraid. I clambered IHI'llKTANT -- Trainsol this line now fathor searched out all those facts Mills Co., Lexing- about your cousin, and thereupon do- - creeping in round isolatoJ rocks, and "You'ro not a very export broad up Its sldo and found a perfect Ollllatt's rising till It rNofe.'Ea'.nd" Cnn,io" f" a makor, aro you?" at tho feet to rest and road adthat ho sale by all cided for you; would mail an ideal hus- bank wooded lays Itselfwater's edgo. ofIn gonorally mako thoho asked. "Do you seat in whichopened my book of his was orFor full particulars address' any agent ol the ton, bread hero?" to tho ventures. I band and, hi pursuance of this and Co. "No, not gonorally," I answered, first-cla- ss soon absorbed in lu I read on and on, W.L MUNSON.Trav. Pass. idea, ho has loft you his entlro fortuno somo spots 'wild sweot pea is trailing Grocers. Act Cinrlnn,.. shortly. S. F. U.MORSK, till Anally I reached tho dread contingent on your marrying your down among tho shells, and tho long fail to use Cream cousin, lryor D. Van Cortland. In tho arms of tho Virginia creopor roach out, "1"I thought not," ho said, with a laugh. of poor tiilliatt with tho octo- H.K. HUNTINGTON, guess that Is not tho way your mother pus. and out, and out, until at tido Every nerve In my body was Manager, mako good ovont of your rofusing tofather's tho de- bomo of them are floating on highbosom Axes It." if you tho qulvorlng with tho excitement and GENERAL OFFICES: sired marriage, your wholo "Why, what havo tho Cook. property is to bo divided among cortaln of Havo waters. you lovo tills shoroof my olarmqjl, forgotting inI donor' I asked,I horror of tho situation, whon suddenly Chamber ol Commerce Ruilding, Cincinnati, O. a I mado my fear that somothlng touohed my foot. I looked charlUiia." Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal P zzrT'K, s o-u-r 7lf NiMWZflV vmktk iL-U- vaia f L- .A-- D vf '.. l Mi 3iT-."Tkl7tor,'"- y a" - . pC X&ffiffl !10 (lilSll 1 i 1 'sdfcsG iw, twuw. fete !K?WS!Si2ElffiS w$$m& y Ir-" 1 t .1 I" CJ oawicimAVjric, York, -- . 1 1 m mm Ilil Itoston, so-or- ut Haw-tha- t e, mmw JDijf.iiriAKf9 o-- -"- 'MS7 .- . -- - puts-away- cold-bloode- ARm6 Oood-henrte- d POWDER -' 1 1 Absolutely Puro . RICHARD WARREN Ken-uck- r, j ' k, PRICE, TO THE PUB3QXC. i 's I ! PENNY, I Dentist. poil-ull'ii- tl AIXEN 1 j 11 ii, ' Johnson mol-ancho- ly ' & froL. &mhb SSSm i KSSy Ttr-N:5- rs rf"a ' AYRES j DH3 snsvrrro tvEz j ' ot-y- ' U3U 1UNS 5 Plncvillc, Kentucky. loi-y- Kentucky Central R.R. ( """"" RILEY e, self-respe- ct aitvsa 1 t. South-Uoun- t, 9-i- m THE ' (m down-tow- n, : . . ' awaaaijMIBSs'aaa.. .I North-Houn- 1 s)i . . 1 " 1 let-to- rs . . M 1 1 ..' U. .. " The BEST FLOUR 1 grap-nollo- CREAM cjnsi-quenc- shell-covere- d 1 v.-- FLOUR C 1 J" - n made Roller Ky: For j ' j Don't want Flour Bread and happy X, ' 1 - - - f Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa. Ky , WHY ROSY LIPS WERE MADE. SrANroiiD, 1)i:ckmiu:h 10. lfcOO E.O.WALTON, Bun. ManaRor As Unulj, blinding, ratal licr head Tho tiau'lsomo Mlovr ntvlily Mid, HtrokiiiK lilt cliln: Tray toll w liy nxy 111 crt made Bald Mie: Tliry aro Hie nwtrt lilui'kads ARii"t yowijj lover who lurado Tho luuirt within. BEAD THIS TWICE! Tho only Protection that will effectually protect nil people, nil classes, nil labor and nil interests is that styled Srxp Pkotkction I acquired only from n truthful knowledge of ways and means, legal and illegal, jupt and unjust, by which tho burdens of government, profit of lulwr and industry, aro go If I tho Hwi.'t MocVnilu should nm I'd wou Might I not hold tho Ity kdoIi ndvrtittin? Not pvpry one can take who trlel Hut hIioiihI you tnke mo by urprln And vl'jMi tho li I'd still ha eyiaJ t In censure I Would lurt inx-al- growing better plrysically, but in no Try as I way improving mentally. might 1 could not recall names. I remembered my home, Ediena, Cyril Staythonie, everything; but I could not speak tho namo of a singlo place or icr-eoalthough scores of times I seemed on the itoint of doing so. Finally, I had so far recovered that I was informed that on tho following day I was to bo discharged from tho hospital. The last night of my stay in tho hospital arrived, and at a very early hour I sought my couch and was soon f;ist n. Could vyvs llko tlitna lo no unkind? U blind 1" them up. for Tlirri cl Xujr. thnt'H not trui', Mr! Can Loito Ih blind. I'd llko to know, And lKxt the line rclnjj arrow of llo htfn more In wnne otic, I trow, , llnin others do, Mr. "Iv asleep. I am unequally divided. That knowledge is power, and ignor- Ret rosy red? I'll tell ymi why, awwt IJeiwIu wild. With FOiun emotion. There imturv, with ruimiminnto art, 1'jiliitn cTt-rivloii of tho That burning wcrt't to Impart A mald'adevotlonl And why do cheek ln-n- is forcibly illuptrnted ance it in all walks of life, among all daily people, in all countries. Where knowledge is used as a power or a menus for gaining wealth without labor or an equivalent therefor, it becomes necessary to deceive or keep in ignoranco of such methods those from whom tho wealth is taken ; hence it is that of tho ten thousand newspapers printed in the United States, lew than ten aro absolutely free and independent of the power or control of Hiuio cIiim, party or momqioly whosi interest it is to keep tho great mass of people in ignoranco of their methods. The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer is ouo of tho few, if not tho only one, free from mich influences Jt is tho most honest, thorough, able teacher und exponent of truthful knowledge, of rcliablo datn, .free from .... partisan bum, fair, frank and explicit to such degree that one cannot but feol edified and capable of forming correct bucli a paper conclusions tliorefrom. household. Samplo sliould be in every winca can bo obUiincd by addressing nb.-olutely Ho utolo one kins! then two, thrve, fourl And glailly would havo Moleu more Without repenting. my hturt; It mint Ixs true TtiPNj roy 1In wro mado for you I Uko tho nwMutj You'll Wlillo I'm oowmntliig. -- Frvd KnicriMiii llrooV la Now York Herald. You'o ta'tfi MYSTERY OF A DREAM. nm about to writo tlio story of the Jan Kri'nt mystery of my life. I hlivo :old tho btory to many people, but with jik exception they havo all looked vory incredulous. Many hhook their heuds, uid not n few acted as if they thounht There is one, me a tritlo demented. aowevur, who is mm' Mttiiif; near the ta-at which I nm writing that Ixdiovcti Indeed foliem., my btory implicitly. I nl liy darling wife, knows full well that ho rtory which I nm ulxiut to writo is - and how dear 1 lips have told hmiUnA timos. Oar joys and tor- ' rows wciv shared together. As happy, children wt rouitHd and j,,,,,,, laughed, and many a time wo mingled cur tears in childish grief. As the years ,. n . rolled away our atfection for each other r,. . mo puuiisuure, at wiuuiuiuu, JVW sU,j,iv Htrauger and ku,Kr. At 10 Kriiemi was ju fair ami jmro rw tho iiitat ninitlei Ihinj; timler the htm. then, but I was ia.tf irimcl m jr offi r t ti,y rritlrnti. opo whin! worshiiHMl her 1. un.l m all will titr Italic CIIH', whci uill yotiug ami no thmtht of marriage IK (Jll KKIO y t'tor ntcml my lieml. So lMitutifttl n maid- n coultl not long avoiil att uitira, antl among thoco whe 3(Kkel nruniul her was on Cyril 1)11. LIONS SWITCH. KV. r tho tall, pnmtl, arinUx-ratiDralrf In of StayUjorne hull, which hml leer: Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Japs lft him at the death of hia wealthy WJW tnio. I cannot toll when tho kuowlodKO that I loved IMivua Wyldinero was Hint to mo. Wo wero children to gether, and n wo grow older wo teemed T'.VItTl 1.1... II1H11K4 i.,,t ufatu . or-...v.. .u ...v.. tll.m nllfl IIKr M tll, wnr, t was to her her own l. ,, Kweet I ' not naturally a dreamer, but am a very sound sleeper. It did not seem that I dreamed that night, but suddenly I found myself in a familiar spot. It was night, and a thunderstorm was rapidly coming on. Tho black heavens were Fcameil with fire, and deep thunder roared like an enraged monster. I was standing on the old bridge which span-tiea winding stream not far from my boyhood home. Suddenly a flash of lightning showed mo Ediena hurrying along the bridge. Startled and amazed that hho should bo there at such a time, I was about to make my presence known, when flash showed a second person on tho bridge. Plainly I saw his dark, mustached, evilly handsome face, and plainly I hoard Edicna's cry of surprise and fear as ho confronted her midway on tho trestle. Then through tho darkness floated his triumphant exclamation: "Ah-ahEdiena Wyldmere, I havo you now! Twico I havo asked you to boiny wife, only to meet with refusal I swear you shall and scorn. meet your coiiiotit to marry nu or death in tho waters of Crooked river!" Then came another flash of light that showed my darling struggling in his vile clasp. To my ears came n cry that stirred every drop of blood in my veins: In an instant I lcnted forward aud from his arms; at tho same time tore I dealt him a terrific blow that sont him rwling ag.iinst the railing of tho bridge. The lotten guard gave way, and flinging up his arms, with tho look of unutterable horror on. his face plainly revealed liy the vivid, glare, ho uttered ono wild cry and plvyged downward into the dark water.' Ediena uttered ono joyful cry: d nn-oth- er Know Ilrecclic and Silk Stockinet. And bo kneo breeches and silk stock-Ingaro to Ikj tho fashion for full dress occasion! in England this winter. And why not in America as well? Long havo gentlemen in society stniggled to bo allowed to make bouio distinction between their own dres and that of tho waiters. Bat fashion or custom is inexorable. A year or two ago a very' sensible society lady In New York gavo a ball, at which tho gentlemen wero requested to appear in variously colored garments. Tho result was charming, a revival of tho days of Louis and of the Charleses. But the fashion thus set, or attempted to lio set. did not continue. Why not no ono can tell. After this ono ball was over the erirn-soand blues and purple-- wero laid aside and apjwared no nire, and their owners reappeared in their somber "claw hammers." To resume the garb of our forefathers for ordinary wear would lx an absurdity, but to revive these graceful and elegant garments for dress occasions would certainly be good tasto and could not bo unfavorably received by tho ladies. Tho revival of tho silk stockiugs and breeches in English society is perhaps a forerunner of some such' revolution. Already wo of this country aro growing sensible in the matter of summer attire; why should wo not grow sensible as well in our garments for social occasions? Bohton Advertiser. s n vfr BOOTS Our SHOES Stock is Now Complete And Full of the Best Goods on the Market. We are still Sole Agents for the Celebrated Buell Waterproof Boots, Also a Large Assortment of n MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, In all Grades. Heavy, Medium and Light Weights in Standard Screwed. ECAITD Hand-Turned, SEWED A MACHUTE SEWED, Goodyear Welts, in fact almost everything needed the Bcot and Shoe line. Naming J To-nig- ht u h-- r .... BEMOVBDI 1 1 1 ! ; , J.H.HILTON llooU, Short, CkHhinc, Hardware. ware, liMarc,r armturc Qmcchi. rat-tin- Stay-honiinitH-to- e, c r. Conoral Lino of Crocorios, will not deny that I Mxm grew jeal-tiof many of those fawning and Cyril Staythonie in Tim, Re. Fancy Candiei. Cr Mos-beautiful young ladies All klndi f Proln.c isktM in oclmngt for jo.di wrticular. Ky. I'eiloffirr, ire naturally a tritlo inclined to bo Uirtfl, tnd tidieim Wyldmere was no exception. N'ot but that Mio lovetl mo as truly and Suiting S Loan Association, lwtrly n u.ver, but never had 1 mado a oriou.H declaration of my jKihslon, and OK I.UUISVII.I.K, KV. 'or a time nho enjoyed tho attention bellowed utMn her by thaw wlvy had lxvn I'rtMdtnt: IOHN It JUlIN I. Dl'NI.AI'.Vicc.I're.Mlclit qnitten by her rare charms of gnico and I ilattor-Hgtiitor,"and- t Hki 1 Tho Safest and Best Investment tVlH'tl)!. I waB iMKir, a carjH'nter's poii, and this Tonlay In the State. fact alono in the eyes of her parents Our mo as a m"nth No tntaptr haro perfor any pur dtduiltodi lue6o from po. wa a cariwnter's boh, bnt this duet pon-in-la- Saviour tho calling to lw fact has not cnm-etPaid 12 Por Cent, tho First Year Jeeiuttl more lofty than it was nineteen Of butiueii. hundred years ago. Ediona'n parents on io tharea Krm J oo. were on tho outlook for a "good match" livery $6 no CM. I'lII I.LI I'.S. Kr paiticulaia, write for their daughter and they looked with ,hi4 Wett Mam St , Leumrille, Ky liiey Ii.tl fnvor uiHin Cyril Staytliorno. were too wino to como out openly and have nothing further A Favorite for Nearly a Hundred Tears, request Kdiena to to tlo with tho poor carpenter's on, but i:i divers ways they did everything they us and to install Staycould to THE CINCINNATI thonie in her favor. I Bhall never forget tho feeling of rago that Mized mo as one day I mil jiw Kdiena coated in Cyril SUiythorno's handhomo carriage, with Staythorno liiniM-lby her hide. I cannot describo our nest meeting. How much I was to Weekly Hilition of the Commercial Uaivttv ' followetl I now know, for 1891 blamo then what I had just cauo for 1891 thought but I uttered, To Old Friends and New Friends, what I did. Hot words weroparted in mid for tho first time wo UKKK. I.NCi. auger. The Weekly Uaicttch. entered upon ill Jtli Tho next day I loft tho quiet New Volume with mark si increased eiirrsy in every years department and uh a liberal aupiwrt, which i England town where twenty-onacknowledged with the mol iordul appreciation of my lifo had been wpent. A passenger We have every amirance we know it to be a fact that thn Weekly CJaiette It uniurpned any- train" bore me away out into tho world. where lor thn connant eaccllcnce of lt content! was going anywhero that I might get and for i heapne. Though It containa the rrcaiu ,) ....n .lailv ItailEf.ll CUtI let! KCT COPV thll qwsiv from tho hateful stK)t that I had One dollar a ear It leaa tlmn always known as homo, where w many aiiyleadiliKuaily. two cents u copy and we pay the pottage. spent with the ono It u our ateady aim to improve the N eekly t.a happy days had Ikwii rette In every potilbln direction. We comlder from whom I thought fato had separatthia firil, the ejene afterward The Weekly (iarette will have more fully than ed me forever. I bought and obtained employment in ever The News of all the World; a grunt city, tho crowded streets and The 1'rwhett and Faireat Market Report; hurrying rush of which seemed very The Heat Articles for Karmerr. .V HorticulttiriMi ; jtrango and unnatural to me. 1 tried to I'ure and Iutereting Matter for the Household; forget my old home and Ediena, but I Attractive and Ueelul Heading for Ladict; to do so. Strive Department; 3oon found it imiwssiblo A Lively & InHrucllve Children' as I might to tear her imago from my Triutwortliy Political Newi and Comment; sweet face was almost Choice, Ka.clnallns atonei A the Kincit I'oelry; bosom her fair, nlways leforo mo. Sternly I fought all will Knjoy; Mucellany that against tho power that mnned to ba Illuttrnted Sketchea, llrisht Paragraphing; drawing mo back to her. Many a night IN shokt, IT is A .lid I awaken aud sit bolt upright in tho WEEKLY PAPER darkness of my little room, with her SPLENDID plaintive cry sounding in my ears. "Oh, Jasper, como back to mo!" ONE DOLLAR A It always seemed very real, but I reasoned mybelf into thinking that it was many, To Agent we allow the Drat Terms yet offered, nil imagination. I now know that bainple Copies Fno. many times sho uttered that very cry. Ono day an accident hupiiened to me. I was passing along beneath tho spot Terms Daily Commercial Gazette: whero repairs wero being mado on a SUNDAY: building when a falling board btruck I was picked up and car$14 x mo sonbeless. ear ..... i 7 oo ried to n hospitnl, but when I recovered 6 Months 3 J" I did not know my own 3 Months J consciousness .... i Month.... a oo name. My mind did not seem deranged. Dally Saturday only I could remember events and iwoplo, but OMITTED: I could not recall tho namo of a single "6 person whom I knew. They told mo t Year t. Months " .......... 3 oo that 1 had been severely injured and 3 Months...... oo as I improved my memory i Month a oo that doubtless Daily aunaay ouiy would servo mo better. ATllK,COMMEIlCIAL CAZETTK.CO , For several days I lay there, gradually inotithlr l ed Weekly 4 Gazette, dee-pai- r f Then sho sank unconscious at my feet. From that moment I knew no moro un- til I awoke in tho morning to And my self in the hospital. Aud in tho morning my memory was fully restored to its natural condition. I found that I knew my own namo and tho names of my friends. Thnt day I left tho hospital. I remained in the city a week, and during the entire timo my strange dream if dream it was worried me CPiisUutly. Was Ediena in trouble? Did she nel my protection? As a final result, ono night I boarded a swift train, and in tho morning I stood by my darling's bedside. Sho was just recovering from a brief but severe As sho clung to my hand and shod tears of joy sho sobbed reproachfully: Why did you leave mo "Oh, Jasper! there on that bridge after rescuing me from Cyril Staythoruu's hands?" "What do you mean?" I hoarsely gasped, scarcely able to credit my ears. Then sho dewrilied a scene just as I had witnessed and taken part in my dream. Sho finally said: "I was over to Mabel Gray's, where 1 intended to spend tho night, when the thunder storm caino up. I don't know why I did it, but I resolved to return home, and I started out despite tho protests of both Maliel and her mother. 1 mot Staythorno on the bridge. Ho seized me in his vile grasp, and I called for help. Then you came aud snatched mo from his hands, at the same time hurling him off the bridge. I caught ono glimpse of your face as it was revealed by tho lightning, and then I fainted. When I recovered consciousness it was raining and 1 was alone on tho bridge." "And Cyril Staythonie?" I asked. "Was found tho following day floating a corpse on Crooked river." My story ends here. I havo already told you that Ediena is my wifo. I can not explain tho mystery of my dream. I can only wnto tho question that 1 have asked myself a thousand times: Was it a dream? William T. Patten in Yankee Blade. n. "Jasper! Jtuqwrr Naming colts as they aro brought into tho world on a big stock raising farm might weni to boa simple otierution; bat, A. C. SINK. J X. MEXKFEE. just as when tho iiareuts of a dozen children find themselves short of names and havo to resort to a Biblical or cbissienl terminology, so do tho owners of a lot of horses kept for tho purposo of raising in Central Kentucky. The best selected sto k and lowest pr liotxvs the turf find themselves running short of names. Who lias failed to IAJJIBER, SASHIT, FILOOKHNG, notice tho odd nomenclature of tho nice DOORS, course? Tho proprietor of a fann nr.d a big lot of thoroughbreds in Pennsylvania I1LINDS, SIDING, has mado a rale for himself. To all the Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. celts born in tho first year, under this rale, he gave names beginning with A, WOVEN WIRE & FENCE. in the second yar B, and soon. Ho put tho idea into practice nine years ago, and has reached tho letter I. Sometimes Wc carry a full sto k of everything found in a there aro queer combinations of names. -For instance, a colt was named Harmony, and the next year his brother had tacked to him the inline Impudence. As tho breeder before lctt.nj your contract Examine our designs and srecifuatio-.lias fifteen colts this year to bo named MNK & MEN'hFKE, Stanford, Ky. for building. with names lioginning with the letter I, ho confesses himself puzzled to originate attractive and orotund names enough to go around. Now York Sun. Cult. STAG & MaROBERTS. Stanford Lumber Yard, cs LATH, SHINGLES, CEILING, fr Manufacturers of SLAT FIRST CX.ASS LUMBER XARD. John Brannon, a man bearing a good character, found n check at tho bdin-bunt- ritnlxlif'd Tor ItrltiC lIoncM. li ROBERT FENZEL Watch Inspector L. & N. R. R., dealer in 3 exhibition. Ho could not read. and tho friends to whom ho showed tur check advised liim to keep it and look out for a reward. This he did, buying tho Edinburgh papers for a month, at Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. ,A11 Work the end of which timo ho handed over the check to tho police. Ho then got his reward. Ho was prosocutod for not giving up the check within tho prescribed time I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. after finding it, and was brought before Bailio Walcot, who, although "ho did not think there was any intention of a fine of 1, or two- days' theft," impo-eimprisonment, "it being too serious an affair for his lordship to pass by." The bailio therefore expressly finds that the man was not a Uiief. Why, then, the sentence? Evidently as a punishment for honesty, since if the man had destroyed the check instead of delivering it to" tho iwlico ho would never havo got Is Receiving His into trouble. London Truth. d iiftTGHES, ILQGKS AN0 iEWELRY. Warranted. (Stanford, Ky.) - ifttej1pffef FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Give him a call. CORNER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. A Cool ThU-f- . A tliiof went through tho Mount Vernon, O., Sanitarium tho other day. He drove up to the door of tho building in a buggy, hatched his horse, and went in. Soon after a lady jMitieut entered her room and found a man thero with n two foot rulo measuring a window. Turning to her ho said: "Thoro scorns to Ikj only ono shit broken out of that blind, and 1'vo only found four so far in tho house." Ho then went out and went through the other roonuj, and, having completed his researches, got into his buggy and drove away. Soon after tho lady who saw him in her room found that her pitrso, with $17, was missing, and an investigation proved that tho thief luul ransacked all tho rooms right before the eyes of the manager and all of his awistants. Cleveland Leader. SuiTC"t,"' to Secretary Tracy. Secretary Tracy is selecting names foi cruiners, aul wo suggest for hia consideration Raleigh, North Carolina, or Boll, in honor of Admiral Henry Bell, of Orange county, who lost his lifo in Japanese waters in 1867. Admiral Boll was in Perry's expedition that opened up JiiImui to the commerce of tho world and was engaged in tho fight with tho Pei-H- o forta. As wo have had a Roanoke, Icrhaps ho might like tho Swannanoo. RiJeigh (N. C.) News. Tho Holy Cnrjmt In Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Fine and Staple Groceries, Molasses, Toa, Coffee, Sugar, Vinegar, Starch, Candles, Salt, Syrups, Honey, Lard, Flour, 'Meal. FARINACEOUS Spices, Cheese, Raisins, GOODS: o ALL-AROU- YEAR. Origin uf I.oi'K Men n re. Our measures of length originated in tho l;iw n of civilization, nnd wiino to us . Tho ynrd through tho was originally tho length of a king's unn; tho foot, tho length of his pedal extremities. Tho word inch is derived from tho Latin uncia, a twelfth part, hut why tho foot was divided into twelfths, instead of tenths or elevenths, no ono claims to bo wiso enough to tell. It has been suggested that probably tho inch was originally tho length of tho fcecond joint of tho forefinger, nnd that twelve of these nliout equal tho length of tho forearm, which averages about one foot in length! Tho inch used to bo divided into three "barleycorns," which wero simply tho length of tho grain or "corn" of tho barley. Tho "mile" was reckoned at 1,000 paces, as its namo bhows, for it is derived from tho first word of tho Latin phrase millia passuum, "a thousand paces." Tho origin of the "rod" is doubtful. St. Louis Republic. Anglo-Saxons- Maccaroni, . Flavoring Extracts, Citron, Prunes, Figs, Currants, Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, Parlor and Hall Lamps, Qucensware and Tinware. J.VJC.&RK BC&RDXNT. DRUGS an JEWELRY Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass,Wall Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Quarantine. "The holy car,wt," which is now being brought back to Cairo, whero it will have to tnbmit to the indignity of quarteen days, is one of those antine for which are periodically taken to Mecca, Jewelry and Silverware. MAMOPMIIIN O DAILY-INCLUD- ING DAILY-SUND- AYS Cincinnati, Ohio. Tnll Treo Story. Fresno county, Cal., now comes to tho front nnd claims ownership of tho "largest largo tree." A party of bear hunters, it is said, located it in tho Sierras, in tho most rugged portion of tho mountains, two miles north of Kentucky Meadows. It was surrounded for a mile by almost impenetrable underbrush, so that the hunters wero comjielled to use both knife und ax to get to it. As thrco brown bears wero captured near it no doubt tho hunters crept forward with bated breatli. What sort of "bait" may bo inferred from their report that tho treo was 1!20 feet in circumferenco four Philadelphia feet from tho ground. Ledger. A thero to bo sanctified, and is mado of a thick sort of silk, embrouWod with letters of gold, each letter being two feet in length and two inches broad. It covers what is known as tho or inner sanctuary of the temple Paris Galignani. A 'ill In Crockery. 1 was ninnad by a sign that I saw the other day. It was prompted, no doubt, by tho shop' Ajpor's enterprise, and ".p.at Fall of Crockery and Furnishing .ooda." Crockery that had great full you would suffered a hardly caro lo buy. Brooklyn Eagle. Beat-Alla- h Tho Best Railroad Watch. WATCM9 n 3 T3 g Qa r n o o '5 o O O o " 2 M IS) r- i - 2. C "i w I ti n o ' i o " .y i A woman nt Lafayette, Ind., wanted to rid an alcohol barrel of tho odor. Sho dropped r. live coal into tho bung, and sho wou't be in walking ordor before Jan. 1. Nine-to-n ths of th barrat hit her at onco, nnd the remaiiuW smashed In tho windows. Detroit Frej Ptth. It Worked. s O V 5 J. S. WBLLS, Ph. O. 3 o o 3 B. B. DANK8, Jeweler, Proao. Oik. W B. MoBOBERTS, ain Street, Opp. Court-Hoat- STANFORD, Ky V At if ; it if t .1 ( J 1 M The crew of a British ship wero found frozen to death in tho Black Sea, standing stiff and Btnm at their respective posts. Only 3 of tho 23 survived. Stanford, Ky., - December 16, 1890 According to tho latest news from China a powder factory has blown up f of a and killed 300 men, and large city has been destroyed by fire. I These ! Fort Worth, Texas, is on a boom, The Louisville Times of the 11th conamong other things doing thero being tains a most nmusing account of Granger tho purchase of a $150,000 hotel site, on Emniett G. Logan's visit to tho city for which a $750,000 building is to be erectthe purpose of disposing of his crop of ed. pumpkins and garden sass, accompanied White Caps yisited the houso of pictures of tho distinguished by Thomas Burgess, a farmer living in ex journalist. Tho cut of his coat, tho Meade county, to whip him. Ho Bhot Goods ever nbreviation of his trousers and the si7e and killed one and badlv wounded two of his feet are all portrayed with wonothers. ever MrnAT Haujtki, tho erstwhile firo derful and artistic trucness to nature Ellen Williams, who was accldently which would make them easily recogniz- eater, rebel annihilator and bloody shirt shotat Jellico, the bullet entering the able, it the nttmo of the original was not howler, takes no stock in the bill to put back and lodging in the womb, hasgiven printed with them. Of course the ver a bayonet behind each baliot as Senator birth to h 15 pound boy and both aro dant Granger was meat for tho confi- Frye would have it. Says he in his let- doiug well. "Their dence men and the way ho was worked ter to tho Commercial Gazette: Seven of tho young ladies who wero by the threo card monte fellows, his ii a great diversity of opinion as to the given an entertainment at Huchtel ColWe forco bill, but the fate of the timely rescue by his promising lege, Akron, Ohio, were seriously burned to Ve very Goods, and his final wind up in one of tho common sense people of the country are by the ornaments of paper aud cotton on Shoes, Goods resorts in the i ity are Borry to seo good time wasted on it their dresses catching fire. many temperance to ever Thero can bo no earthly .advantage one re- glow ingly depicted. The Court of Appeals has decided in it." that the proprietor of Seelbnch's Hotel, Justice is sometimes very slow, but it be valCosts, A itKi'unuc'AN hands us a list of the Louisville, must pay back to B. S. Trip-lethas at last overtaken John Blyutf , of ues, Jr., the money he lost at poker, bo- ago he increased tariff under tho McKinley bill years Lewis county. Twenty-twcause ho profited by the take-oukilled a whole family of colored people on certain farm products, which while it Murderer Blanchurd w'aa artistically and on being tried for it by the U. S. looks liko an effort to benefit the farmer, worked off at Sherbrnnke, Que , by the court wns condemned to death. The is nothing mora than an attempt to official hangman of tho dominion. The caso was appealed to tho Supreme Court hoodwink him. As this country pro duces an ex(0 s of ncirly everything upon dispatches state that no unpleasant inci which held that the U. S. court had no performance. jurisdiction and remanded it to tho Lew- which the tariff is increased, the way- dent occurred during the We every At Paines Valley, I.T., Senator San While this legal fight faring man though a fool can seo that is circuit court. to highd Paul, of the Chickasaw legislature, was going on, Blyew escaped and has there is no advantage in any kind of a est with his sou over a woman of bad We since been in hiding. He was captured tariff o:i such articles to the farmer, or repute and thev fouchta duel, in which give Set; so recently and on being tried last week anybody else. the son was killedand the father Berious-l- y penitentiary for was sentenced to tho The decision of the Superior Court wounded. life. It is to be hoped that no further that tho proprietors of gambling houses It is stated that a little battle with can be taken advantage of technicalities are responsible fo the losers at a game, the Indians in the Bail kinds has occur to prevent the iniliction of tho long-dwill not cut much liguru with them. red and that three Indians were killed, punishment. layed and jyiain Street, Stanford, Ky, There is a certain amount of honor oven but it is possibly not true. Gen Miles m. SALINGIvK, The successor of Senator Wade Hamp- among thieves and gamblers generally probably wants to make out liko he is ton was chosen by the South Carolina know their men. Besides it is a mighty doing something. Your Now IIoniw. rTrj Out. A bill has been prepared to be introlegislature on the 4th ballot when tho poor man who goes into a skin game and ATMany houses wero built dnrinf the Farmers' Alliance candidate triumphed. squeals when he fails to do fortheothers duced iu tho Indiana Legislature pro- summer, and now jxplo aro hurrying y what they have dono for him. viding that children born out of wed- into them, not His name is John Laurens Manning stopping to think th.it lock shall take tho father's name, bo thero is too and he has had no legislative expeKrmt hnto in occupying a Coi.. McC.uiTY, of the Jessamine Joursupported and educated by him, and rience. Ho was educated at the Uniersi-t- y hono after Hi completion. In many got any woman to swap that places there is such demand for dwell an heir to his estate. of Virginia and Princeton and is said nal, hasn't knows of, yet he exclaims: "0, Tho Richmond Uogister says the ings, and often busnuti apartments, to be a man of much forco of character. anybody You will find You ruined Adam, you fishing privileges of the water works're-.that, as boon iw finished, they are occuHis nge is but 37. Gen. Hampton has woman, woman! tried to ruin Joseph, you ruined Samson, ervoir has been rented to C. i. Powell, pied. This is specially true of small not made a brilliant Senator but he is a George Barnwell, you have who will stock it with fish. The Lex- dwellings. Thero is moro dnngvr iu this true man to his State and country and you ruined ruined I'arnell yet nevertheless and ington reservoir rents for $300 and tho than is snpjKeil. Thero is no luwvltu in is universally respected, lie could not , best l.mprK'.,i and mold under miy notwithstanding, we wouldn't swap one renter clears $S00 a year on it. take up with tho new order of things in and in living apartments, where woman for 12 dozen men !" The Jiruid Mills Manufacturing Co, the tendency is toward jxor rwitihvtion, his State and tho result was that he is of Baltimore, the largest cotton duck the ilAmimcm of newly finished houtxvi The Buckeye Force' Tump, every one of which is guaranteed. thrown overboard when he most needs Salt, The apportionment hill presented in contributes largely to ill health. the office, for he is old and poor. Lime and Cement; a full stock of Wagon Material and Shelf HardCongress Friday increases tho membei-shi- p manufacturers in the United States, In the town of Baslo, Switzerland, n to 350, or one to each 170,000 popu- have made an assignment. Tho compa- regulation ban been adopted which preware; full line of Ranges and Cook Stoves, among them" llridge-ford'- s The distinguished editor of the 350 operators ny gave employment to vents urwly built hour's from Journal original tariff re- lation. Under it Kentucky gains a mem aud Consumed 40 bales of cotton daily. Economist; Columbian; Heating Stoves, Knamclcd and Plain and tho ber and so do several of the southern until four montlw after compleformer, Hon. Henry Watterson, nnd Grates. Harness, Saddles, &c Staple and Taney Groceries. The.tht'atrical managers of Georgia tion. Under many circumntancui to States. "his good wife, will celebrate the 23th anare wrought up over tho bill which is Ions a time sw abovo specified in not You will receive polite attention, and, best of all, rock bottom prices. Many of our readers may not remem- intended to tax theatrical companies $25 niTcwjwT, but it is otltni well to err on niversary of their marriagoat their home Bince for every Georgia cUy or town they play tin fido of in Louisville, Dec. 20 from 8 until 12 ber it, but it is just 117 years Tlw siro of tho house, i m. The invitations are printed in silthe Bostouians boarded the vessels in in. Some of tho managers are talking lU kction, surrounding1!, tho material n ver and are very handsome. Mr. the harbor and throw all that tea into about closing their houses if the bill lined and the HUte of tho wwUher enUir GO TO- into the consideration of tlw timo does not look as if he had Been 25 tho water and spoiled it. passes. in which building should become years of married life, nor would one susThe C. it O. having secured a per- sufficiently dry for ooenpancy. Now NEWS CONDENSED . Ho pect that he is a petual lease on the Ornnuu it Gordons-villYork JournnL doesn't look mora than 40, but it has Mike Alcorn, McKinney, has been branch of the It. it D. and truckage been more than half n century since he granted a pension. arrangement with that road to Washingfirst looked upon the world in which he D. Miller has been appointed traffic ton, it has now a line practically its own "was to becomo so important a figure. manager of the Q. & C. from Cincinnati to the capital. ST0CXH0LDEES' Miles Oglo, tho famous counterfeitJudge Elliott, at Pino HlufT, Ark., in Another Kentucky newspaper, with of the S'alionat A sentencing a man to be hung on Thurs- JlanVmettinj of Ihe stockholders l their banking er, was convicted at Memphis. ot Huitonvllle will be held its type, presses and books, went up in the in In Covington 200 saloons have al- day, against tho usual custom, explained homeiggi, Hustonvillc the lecoad forTuesday in Januuf the purpose which n ijlh, names Friday tho Lebanon Standard itry, ready taken out the increased license. was crucified on Friday clcctinz nine Director to err the ensuing vcar that Jesus Christ and Times, only partially covered by inHOCKEK, Cashier gj J.W It seems to bo the impression at and he would not insult His memory by surance. B. Mahon & Co. lost their Washington that the Forco bijl is dead. sentencing a murderer to hang on that stock of groceries, valued at $1,000, and An English syndicate is trying to day. STOCEEOLDEES' MBETI1TG. FORMr. W. B. Harrison lost his library. The A Georgetown undertaker makes the buy up all the type foundries in this 1 S75 people in A meetincof the stockholder! of the Firtt Natotal loss on buildings and stocks is country. statement that he burin be held at their banking house In tional Hank only two Stanford on will second Tuesday in January, 1S91. about $7,600. Wo sympathize with our the great dry goods firm of Bell, four years in that city, and Tho dening elevwhich n tnflljlh, lor brethren of tho quill and trust they will Miller Co., Cincinnati, has failed for of the number died of consumption. en Directors to serve the purpose 01 wr the ens unc it again. Meanwhile soon bo on their pegs JOHN J NcItOMEKTS, (ashler This is indeed a remarkable fact. I his 8j $2(55,000. thn Enterprise has turned its office over same man says that 20 people die eery His stock is large and complete. I le has an elegant line ol Salt has been found near Kanapolie, to them and other ways offered to ascounty of consumpKan., at a depth of 040 feet. Tho vein is year in Anderson sist. tion. 240 feet thick. Experiments by Yankee fishermen Stracd or stolen, about 3 weeks ago, from my killed Fife Blnjr at Luther Tribune Fajlukes are reported by tho dozens Leave), Garrard lounty, three along the Florida coast have proven so pasture near l'oint one bar ware mult, ono black )earlms MtTI.ES; in every part of tho country, yet Presi- Jellico with a bed slat in a row over a a black horse mule I will give other do. far satisfactory that a number of largo j.'io ami the for the return ot the mules and for reward dent Harrison had the hardihood to say game of cards. schooners, manned by hardy mid experi- the convuliou ofthetuief Hopkinsvillo elected democratic ofin his message "tho general trade and NIXON PERKINS. enced skippers, have gone thero from Point I.cavcll Ky. 81 if industrial conditions throughout tho ficers with the exception of two council-me- n Now England to catch mackerel, mullet Saturday. country during the yearhave improved." unappors for tho American marTho Boston Ideal Opera Co. stranded and red Like tho ostrich, which buries his head ket. in the sand and thinks ho is hid, the in Louisville, which is said to be a theatGen. Lyon having declined tho appresident looks at the $50,000 that tho rical grave-yarof warden of the Eddy ville McKINNEY, KY., . John Petilliot was givon'OO years in pointment country gives him for acting as its chief penitentiary, C. L. Curry, of Morgan-field- , executive officer and imagines that ev- tho ponitontiary for murdoring his wife has been appointed inhissteadand erybody is doing well because he has at Columbus, Ind. Hon. S. O. Nunn, of Crittenden, deputy B. F. Shaw, inventor of seamless got a fat thing. A largo number of convicts stockingsanl machine to knit them, is warden. have been transferred to that prison First-Clasis stated that Col. Weden Onral, dead in Lowell, Mass. It Accommodations at from Frankfort. of Covington, is making efforts to secure Senator Arnold killed himvery Reasonable Rates. According to Dr. Loomis, tho emi. the republican nomination for governor self at Anadilla, N. Y., when ho found Special Attention to Commer- Also Oranges, Lemons, Nuts, Cocoa nent New York physician who has reNuts, Figs, Dates and the Finest of this State. Ho may bo a very good he was defeated for cial Men. , from Berlin, every drop of Dr. man, but he is not known outside of his and Purest Candicsjthat can be bought. The Federation of Labor has select- turned Good Livery in connection. If the republicans want to ed the coal miners' organization as tho Koch's lymph is worth $1,300, and a phidistrict. al containing GO drops would have an giva tho (femocrats any amusement noxt to demand an 8 hour day. commercial value of $78,000. This whatever in that race, they should nomiThere are 137,758? miles of railroad actual calculation is based on tho assumption nate .Col. W. O. Bradley, tho magnetic in the U. S. and with sido treks, second that a drop of tho lymph, when diluted, orator from Garraid, who can make tracks and spurs, 200,949$ miles. iL 130 injections, and every inand poll moro votes than more friends Three prominent members of the last will furnish jection will bo worth $10 to tho phyti any other man of his politics iu the legislature havo declined to offer for cian makingit. A drop of tho liquid is THE ailEAT HOUSEHOLD State. Settle, Cox and Thomas. ItEMEDY FOR times as much as a fine diaThe army of France shows up at worth three Louisville Times wants to know The mond the same size. what are tho extreme cases in which nearly 4,000,000 strong, and costs about The farmers' alliance people scorn to swt'aring is permissible. Well, most ahy half as much per year as our pensions. be in earnest about tho third party SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, Has the largest and havo been All the Clark thread-mill- s of tho evils to which a printing office is SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. movement. A call has been issued for a heir. For instance, to have ono engine shut down indefinitely, on account of meeting of delegates at Cincinnati Feb. MOST COMPLETE STOCK PRICE 50 CENTS. blow out just as you aro ready for press the strike and 3,000 are thrown out of 23, 1891, for the purpose of forming "a Send throo ataznus for free BJUDDla work. box and book. OF . and on steaming up another to havo it Charles G. Jefferson, of Clifton, national union party, based upon tho refuse to move a peg, as was our experi Mass., has broken the amateur lifting re fundamental ideas of finance, transporta ence lost week. In such caso it seems cord, raisiug 1,5711 pounds with his tion, labor and land." Tho call for delenot only allowable, hut absolutely necesever shown in Stanford at prices gates from the independent party, the hands. sary. as low as the lowest. tho last 19 months tho govern- people's party, tho lato Federal and ConIn ABSOLUTELY PURE,v year to pay ment has added $100,000,000 to the cur- federate soldiers, tho farmers' alliance, It takes $450,000,000 tins Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s in the State tho expenses of tho Federal government, rency of the country, and still thero is the farmers, mutual benefit aaociation, FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH.1 the citizens' alliance, the knights of lawho can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't AND NURSERY PURP08E8.fl which is far from being economically ad- a cry of scarcity of money. have to Judge Jackson, of the U. S. court, bor, the colored farmers' alliam e and all TAE-OEministered. On the contrary, quite tho C0.,f Chicago, .HIJ send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old order restraining Typo- other industrial organizations that aup-- 1 reverse. Everything goes in theso ex- has made an gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work For isi is solic-te- d travagant und reckless times of republi- graphical Union No. 3, from boycotting port the principles of the St. Ltuis agree- - Sual0' by a, R. Penny and M, I.. Itourne, and I guarantee satisfaction. , ment of December, 1889. tho Covington Commonwealth. can rule. A.'R. PENNY Semi-Weekly InTeriorJournal W. P. WALTON. life-lik- e In a suit growing out of land titles in Lawrence county, Ky., before Judge Uowoll E. Jackson, of the U. P. Court, at Covington, ho held that wherever junior patents covered or lapped on to el der and Virginia grants, to that extent such junior patents wero void and passed no title to patentee. Tho Bcttlemont of the questions in this caso will stnad as a leading case by which the land titles and land litigation will bo determined, and will have a great tendency to adjust and quiet land litigation in Eastern Ken. tucky, especially in tho Big Sandy Valley, which is bo much drsired by tho leading and enterprising citizens of that region. What Means This All ? These Shouts of Joy one-hal- Happy Hurralis ship is in and It means that our SANTA CLAUS IS ABOARD. PEOPLE With the heaviest cargo of Christmas and Holiday landed in Stanford. IIU proclamation is, sell everything in all departments of our vast establishment at lowest prices named in this town and vicinity. MAKE THE HAPPY, ld t, o t. And give them the Grandest Bargains of their lives. will carry out old Santa's manifesto the letter. will sell Dry Clothing, Carpets and Fan a Flush Rats, Trunks. at the lowest nrirM quoted human beings, creating of the grandest and most mar liable Holiday and Bargain Sales ever promulgated from the columns of the Interior Journal. Nothing will considered. proits, all ignored. Christmas and'jew Year is the time when one's friends and relatives are presented with SOME COMMEMORATIVE TOKEN, quai-rele- In the shape of a useful or ornamental article. departoffer in ment an extraordinary opportunity supply these wants with the character of merchandise at greatly reduced prices. will also soon away that handsome Flush Far lor secure as many tickets as possible. e richly-merite- d THE lt t LOUISVILLE -- STORE Manager. Ir-b- bo-co- J. B. FOSTER'S - circum-tiUsrw- Dick's Famous Feed Cutters; the Cincinnati Water Purifier, the Elevator made; Courier-- U-ui- to-da- y Wat-tarso- -- wes-sar- y grand-father- e METING. i i IJW'S "Model Grocery" -- HOLIDAY GOODS. $100.00 Howard. $." Vases, GlassJBaskets, Salad Dishes in China, Commercial d. Hotel, Decorated China Plates & Fruit Saucers, Cups and Saucers, and and One Things in China and Glass. J. S. GOODE, Prop. Beautiful s Water Sets, Toys and a Thous Ex-Stat- o TAR WD The Old Reliable Jeweler two-ce- ',1(1 (K A. R. Penny TARDiOAP D Watches nnd Jewelry ,j M,n phw9a m j mm )iwmmmtak0fjlm r Semi-Week- ly o Interior Journa. Stanford, Ky., B.o.WAiTON, bub. Mnnager MEANS Up to this timo thero havo been no shows booked for Christmas. The next Onto ItiVKii ami Michigan Salt nt Hil- to como is Duncan Clark's Fcmnlo Minton's, Junction City, Ky. strels, Jan. Cth and the McGibeny Fain- Dkcemiicii 10,1890 IIioiiEHT cash price paid for lildes nnil ily, Jan. 0th. fura nt M. F. Klkln A Co's. The street wero ns dnrk ns Erebus gct-Oc- ts. Holiday Goons nt A. A. Warren'e. BUSINESS. Takk your ckjm to Joe S. Jones' nnd Sunday night nnd people had' to grope their way through goods boxes and othOpposite I'nrtman IIouso. er obstructions with imminent danger to Hilton, Junction City, has tin; largest lifo nnd limb, as they went to nnd from Wc have the largest and finest assortment of precious stones ever introduced here and are sure to please m BIA Kvkrviiouy Invited to call nt A. It. Penny's mid examine bin Block of and ueeftil holiday presents. PERSONAL P beauti-fil- l NTS. Mil. F. H. Rainh, of Wayne, was in town Saturday, Miu. E, V. Ouhlky, who has been qilitu nick, ia better. Miuaku Mus. J. IVDavih nru vieitin relntivm in Winchester. Kkv. II. C. Mokkihon pawed up to I'inevillo yesterday to hold a revivnl. MlWKH J KAN AM) KVA IlUl'IIANAN, of Crab Orchard, nro (.mii'uLh of Miss Kssie llurch. Mihskh. Mahy, Maiuiahkt ami Jane Walkkii, of Garrard, nru visiting at Mr. A. K. Denny's. Mus. Fhamc HAHiusnnd Albert went to Chilllrothe, O., yesterday to spend the Christmas. e"Wrk Clayton Hoaiui, of Harrodsburg, lis hen) attending Mr. James Wickeraham, who is very ill. -- . Mattik Dknny, of Gnrrnrd, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. S. Hock er, on route to Hnrrolnburg. Mus. Ti. 0. Montoomkhy hns moved from Fort Scott, Knnvns, to Columbia" lo., to elueate her children in the University of Missouri. Mus. J. M.l Janet, with her pretty little daughter, InVerne, arrived from Glasgow yesterday to visit her mother, Mrs. N. A. Tyree. Mis Doi.lv Wii.ija.ms, who endenred reherself to all during the Slmkero hearsals and who so ably l"l tin nrrhfs-trthrough tho opern, Wt yestenlay for bur huiuu in Hustonvillo. Loxiugtou l'ress. Ouu excellent Crab Orchard correspondent, Mr. II. 1!0 Davis, has secured Mr. W. J. Kdmiston to rejxirt tht news of that tut'tinn during his absence nnd that gentleman's initial letter appears in this issue. KniToii Ji It. Smith, of tho Mt. Vernon Signal, was hero yesterday, but be felt so law at leiiig elected city judge Saturday, undid not deign to make thi A prohibition board of olfiro n call. trustees was elected nt the same timo. Mil ami Mus. Fkank Haiiiiis arrived from Karlington Friday and everylmdy They are at was glad to we them. . present nt the Myers House, but will go to house keeping after tho holidays. Mr. Hnrria nssumed his dulieH an master of trains on this division vest nitty. Mips a stock of Xmas goods south of tlio Ohio worship. There seems to bo no head to the most fastidious. Everything goes Itlyer. our municipal affairs, each subordinate Okakueh, bananas, Malaga grapes, being permitted to do ns he pleases. lemons nnd nuts of nil kinds. 8. 8. MyThe Kvnnsvillo, Ind., Courier pnys Mr. ers. Frank Harris a very high compliment Danckiious. Cheap candy is un- for his loyalty, sunyity, uniform courtesy healthy. Go buy tho pure, recommen- and careful nttention to duties and Bays ded by physicians, from W. It. Mc Rob- he has endeared himself to the public which joins in hearty congratulations erts. Our stock comprises the larest designs in Rich Gold Jewelry, Fine Gold, Silver and Nickel Watches, over his deserved promotion. On his Tiik Record nays that Mr. J. P. Sandi-fe- r departure Mr. Harris set up a splendid Sterling Silverware, Oak and Walnut Clocks and elegant Bronzes in fact, everything that is beautiful. lost his residence nt Middlesboro by dinner at the Veudotue, which was hearfire hwt week. It wns valued nt $1,500 tily enjoyed by his railroad and other No old stock to work off, but only new goods at the Lowest Prices. and insured for $1,200. friends. Sunday night while Mr. and Mrs. W. Racmkl Wither, a middle aged wowas brought here by .Samuel Flint I. Tnto were at church a thief entered man, and C. F. Kates to bo tried for lunacy. their residenco through a front window and went through to tho third room. In An inquiry wus held before Judge nnd n jury yeeterday nnd she was or- that a little white boy was sleeping by dered to an asylum. tho fire and the dog was also there. Tho hoy saw the man light a match, but at Tin: L. it X. will take charge of the Books, Toys, Dolls, Doll Buggies, Wagons, Sleds, Tool Sets and Hobby Horses, Toilet Cases in that moment the dog took after him nnd Kentucky Central, January 1. This will ho made his escape without taking any be good news to tho Iancastrians nnd thing that can bo discovered, boino of Plush and Metal; the largest assortment of New Games ever shown. Useful, appropriate and ornamental others along the lino to Richmond. The these scoundrels are going to get shot new owners will improve tho road at tho first thing they know nnd wo hope once and put on fast trains to Rich- to record tho fact before ninny issues. mond The Casey circuit court is experiencA. It. I'knny is Mill selling wntchcB ing Come and see the Grandest Display ever placed before the public. Come early, as first come arc first great dilliculty in getting n jury to clocks and anything in tho jewelry line try Drown, the man who shot served and we arc in a continual rush. Iiurenco Our House is Headquarters for HOLIDAY GOODS. at cost They are selling like hot cakes. Dub Rille to dentil in tho court room The stock is kept up, now goods arriving nnd in the prcsenco of ncting judge, J. almost daily. Itut bear in mind that W. Yerkes. Mr. J. W. Alcorn, who they sell for cash only, llring tho mon- same up from Liberty Sundny, sayB thnt ey with you. notwithstanding tho case was called NEW AnVEUTlSKMKNTS. Anothkii wreck on the (. fc C. Sun- Wednesday, but five jurors had been obtained at tho timo ho left. An order day. Ity the negligence of a female teleCO graph operator, two freight trains colli- had been issued to tho sheritTto have morning ded at Elko Station, south of Somerset. men from Russell yesterday Itrakeiiuui J. G. Stevens Has killed and nnd it is likely thnt tho remaining bovoii FOR YOUR IJ my farm, I will offer for sale to the Hnrmi; Engineer Hall received fatal injuries jurors were obtained from them as tho Commonwealth had only ono nnd tho highcit hi'lder on nnd great damage was done engine and defense but threo challenges left. cars. 2, 1S91, EEGAEDLESS OF COST Vnr-lio- n EMttb to Me a Blonder. $335- - TT TEt"0 HTrw 3 lUf I cROBERT m FUBX.IC SiSXE. COME TO HEADQUARTERS Friday, January Hk. great ileal of sieknoss here now for the time of the year, principally intermittent malarial fever. Mr. W. A. Tribble hns been very ill with it, but wns hotter yesterday; Mrs. Nape Hughes is some better. Mrs. D. W. Vnndeveer hns it, so has James Wickersham, Dick d nnd several others, making 10 or here and at Rowland. u New-lau- Th eiir is Ji7iME Vaiinon's court was occupied nearly two days In the trial of J. X. Men-of'- e vs. II. II. Cash for a claim amounting to $101 for a harvesting machine. Mr. Cash put in a counter claim for damages, but it didn't go,iuiil he was mulcted in ttie full amount and costs, the latter amounting to J 10 or more. Mr. Menefeo was represented by R. C. Warren and J. It. Paxton and Mr. Cash by J. S. Owsley, Jr. 1 i Orii Middlebnrg correspondent says n CITY AND VICINITY. couple of Itoyle county sports came down to the "hills of Casey" as they callReaii .burner's "ad. ed them to tref pths on the birds there. of salt at J. It. Ftw Theyjstopped at Yoeeinlto and getting too FiiEsit ter's. much blind tiger whisky they sallied forth shooting nt buzzards for birds and . T. Al.t.kindsof produce wanted. young piga for rabbits. Ho advises them Nunnelley. when next they essay to come to tho Foil Rent. The cottage we live in. hills that they give Yosemite the cold I.iccie and Mary Ileazley. shoulder or they may get into trouble. TliEiiKwill be a Christinas tree at In order to increase the value of the Hall's Gap church Dec, M. cold wave wHrnings, the weather bureau has decided Parentis bring the little folks to Hil- confine themtotolessen tho number and the more pronounced ton's, Junction City, to see the large cases, when it is expected that they will stick of candy. It weighs fi pounds. bti no sharp and sudden as to interfere Ma. John M Hail has built an addi with comfort or cause damage. Ohio, tion to his residence, the Pate Embry Kentucky, West Virginia and Indiana house, and is otherwise beautifying and are included in the district in which the improving it. fall of temperature must oo 1S or more turn or to 'M or below to justify a cold wave While reading tl.e manv holiday ad- warning. vertisements in this issue, don't fail to The Middlesboro Xuwa says thnt a tre- read tho one of F. .M. Ware, the boss mtndous mass meeting of citizens was merchant at Me Kinney. held at the Opera House Friday night Rowlanii. For photograph cards all to protest against the reckless extrava styles for GO cents, 75 cents nnd $1 per gance of the city council. Resolutions dozen; lest cnbinrts $1 50 per dozen were adopted condemning the couree of during the holidays, goto F. Cordier. the councihnen in voting themselves id Th property now occu- a night without authority of law, creating Foil Rent. pied by Dr. J. K. VnnAredalo in Stan- a sort of close corporation for tho letting ford, Ky. Possession given January 1. of contracts among themselves at fabulous figures, paying enormous salaries, Jns. T. Craig, Agent, -Hustonvillo, Ky. .tu. The resignation of all councihnen r r The gentlemen who propose joining holding contracts or running saloons was the K. P. lodge will treat tho visitors demanded. The resolutions were draftfrom Somerset and other points, who ed by a committee eompoed of J. P will assist in the initiation Friday night, Saudi fer, Isaac Woodson, J. Roe Young by R. and others. to nn elegant lunch, well known caterer. the It lias bean rumored around for eomo Wk believe thnt our readers will agrte timo thnt V. M. DmUlernr nntl B. G. with us that this is a prettv vood double 1'cuiiiiiKton had found a ttilyer mine Tho next will be just ns large and over tho Tcunc&Hco lino. The Midn little better. There is nothing small dlesboro News, of Sunday confirms the about ub and our advertisers. Road their report nnd says thnt tiiov havu sold suggestions, act on them nnd bo hnppy. their flour, feed nnil grocery busint'68 land lythere and leased .'50,000 neres-oFrrioiit train 118, Cnpt. J. It. Douglas, ing about Hoven miles west of Tazewell, conductor, ran into 'M, Capt Roid con- Tenn., upon which is lead, zinc nnd silductor, nt Rrodhend, turning two cars ver in abundnnce. They have sunk two over nnd injuring ono ojigine. Tho shafts ltW foot through tho mineral .trouble seems to have arisen by 34 stop- which assays 74 per cent, lead, 3 pur ping and not sending out tho tignnl far cent silver nnd a good percentage of enough. zinc. In some localities tho silver is great hog case between J. E. found in greater proportion. It is statThe Brnco and Alex Martin wns decidqd in ed that the Kansas City Smelting Co. Fri- has contracted to take all their ore at favor of the latter by Judge Vnrnon, fully n half dozen f 24 a tbn. A railroad is now being day. It is said that men swore that tho hog was theirs nnd built to the mines from the K. 0. G., & did not bolong to either of the contest- L., and there is every indication that the county men have struck a good ants. The case will likely go to a higher Lincoln thing. We certainly hope so. court. car-loa- d m m m sei-ve- Wicks, tho OU lg. man who bought Mr. J. F. Steele's drug store nt Hustonville, was brought before Judge Vnrnon yesterday on 12 warrants charging him with keeping a tipplingrpon the trial of them, ho was hou fined $00 in Fome and $20 in one, the proof in tho lattershow ing thnt the charge For Mr. should have been retailing. Wicks Warren, Hill fc McRoberts, to the proceedings on the ground that the county judge has not jurisdiction in such cases. The county attorney and Col. W. G. Welch represented the Common wealth and claimed that under the law giving the county judge concurrent jurisdiction with tho circuit judge in cases where tho fines are less than $100, Judge Varnon had tho right to try thecaaes. It has been tho custom to proceed by indictment in tho circuit court. Last week Mrs A TitAc.EiiY Avkktkii. II. C. Herring, of Lancaster, left home in a mysterious manner and camo to this place to take the train, whero hor husband, Dr. Herring, and others found her and induced her to return home. The bincaster Record noted the affair, as it had created considerable excitement in Its town, and said the freak was caused by mental aberration. Tho matter could not have been handled in a more cautious and delicate manner. Yet it appears that Dr. Herring took mortal offense nt. it ami Friday morning attacked Mr. Marrs with a knife. Fortunately friends interfered and prevented a pos sible tragedy. While wo are not personally acquainted with Dr. Herring, we hnve always heard him highly spoken of and are surprised that ho should be guilty of conduct which seems both and unlawful, that ia if uncalled-fo- r is nothing moro in tho matter than there nnneara on the surface. Dro. Marra is an eminently peacenble and conservative man and is further Irom giving needless offense than any we know. N'ual - Many Fines. All my prrsoiut property, consisting of Twenty head of hone stock. I combined saildle aril harness Stallion and i Jack. I have colts of both which will show breed me itialitis i yoke ol work Oxpii, 3 Milk Cows and some young Cat-tlt"ck 1,0KJ. 0,ne thoroughjo fat bred llerkshire Sows oShi'ep,sciral good brood Mres, 1 a KmR William, some ol tlie nest saaoie mid harness stock in the county Wagons Huggy' lluckeye Mower. Hay Rake, l'lown aid Famingi'i.n.,i.i....irillv. Household and Kitchen Furnliure, 1 good 1'iano and other things too tedious to mention. Is the weather is too bad, sale will be continued Sale wtlt !. at from day to day until ccmpleted myfarm on the Hustonville and llradfordivll e. turnpike, 9 miles west of Ilustoinille, near J. t ., iUffl&s Pmite and -- (kfe, BANANAS,- Florida Oranges, Malaga Grapes, Lemons, Apples, Pecans. We have just received from Louisville the largest and nicest stock of hand-mad- e and fancy Alston's Stoe. I)K J. P FLANAGAN, Powars Store, Casey Co., Ky. Gocoanuts, Figs, English Walnuts, Almonds and GQMBEST & ftLLEH, LIVERYMEN, Hustonville, First-Clas- - Kentucky. MIXED FRENCH CANDIES Ever brought to Stanford. Our stock is entirely new and fresh. in and see for yourself. "X9a Call s Turnouts Furnished at the lowest living rates. Give us a call when in this section. - FRESH OYSTERS AT ALL HOURS. S. S. MYERS. cook; 8s bogle., Hustonville, THE MILLINERS, - " Ky., Mack Huffman Has just received a splendid lot of latest style 5 Invite the public to call and see their beautiful line of Trimmed Hats. Undertaker an i Furniture Dealer. GO TO- - Work done artistically and on short notice. A portion of your patronage is solicited. -- Special detective for the L. A N claim to hnve discovered a big conspiracy among train men on tho Short Lino to rob and wreck freight cars. Ono conductor was arrested Sunday and mnny more arrests, they say, will follow. The ntiWt. nf the men. it is charged, was partly booty and party rovengo for the Jefeatof a strike some mouths ngo. C.-- J. S'-U- B. F. ROUT & CD, -- l'OR- Antique and 16th Century Finish Chairs, with Silk, Plush and Crush Plush Seats. TABLES IN SAME FINISH, OAK AND WALNUT, MARBLE TOP, PICTURES, COUCHES, &c, especially suitable for Christmas presents. BA R GAI N S Dry Goods, Groceries, Candies, &c, His ? -- Zim-uie- r, m f Boots, Shoes, W. II. Traylor has bought 600 bardelivered. He rels of corn at i'2 to As cheap as can be found. Come tells us that he has a democratic storeand see us and be convinced. keeper this week, It. It. Gentry supplying Mr. J. II. Swopo'a plnco in his absence. Mr. Traylor is making 5 barrels of whisky a day now. Tho Fanners' Alliance of Senator ROWLAND, KY., homo county, have adopted resoDealer n lutions ;recoinmending his retirement Groceries, from the Seunto and tho election to his Fruits, Confectioneries 1 Fancy of a l'armers's Alliance man. seat Desires to call the attention of the Tho steamer Baton ltougo Btruck a public to the completeness of snag in the lower Mississippi and went his stock and invites inspection to tho bottom of tho river. Two deck of it. He will have a display of lives. Tho vessel and hands lost their CHRISTMAS GOODS, which he cargo were valued at $175,000. invites every citizen of Rowland It is not theory, but a coudition, to see. Remember you can get which confronts you, Mr. Harrison. of 1450,000,000 in a good lunch at any hour at his With an annual income First-Clas- s Restaurant. peace, your treasury is time of profound Enquirer. emptv. 0 I Hough Bros, offered Fred Taral to rido their Btables in 1691, but TarI hire remoYedtnjr office to my reildence, oppo al had already been booked to ride for teFemle College, where I will be found .tall HUGH KMD. 94 imei, A. F. Walcott for $12,000. O General Furniture f Line, Consisting of Sets, Wardrobes, Chiffoniers, &c, is also complete and full. Give him a call. JOHN" CARRIER, In-gal- ls' "TOSBMITE, ZESTS"., Santa Glaus' Headquarters. I have on hand an unusually large supply of Holiday Goods and invite the people of this section to call and see them. My store is the place to buy Christmas supplies and my prices on that line of goods are extremely low. I desire to thank my friends for their kind patronage during the $10,-00- B, B MOV E D year nearly closed and ask a continuance during 1891. J. S. DAVIS, Yosemite. V s it- - B V Semi-Weekly -, kT'" : ' , . j-z- . 'M"jllMlMll"lMWPBi , 5 .r. -- - mrt . .'.. - , r- -. iiiiim , , . . v- nfTT T ."- - mmm'tMmAmmi assawjsiaisajasjasag "?-- ? fjaaay tojMr. .u . w N.a. f w.- - :niil,r rn. TTf Interior Journal Ky., - DeCEMDKK SPIRITUAL AFFAIRS. REST COMETH AFTER ALL. Though friends desert you In tho race for fnmc. Though fortune lenves you for some other goal; Though you are blntneloss, yet rccelvo tuuch Though sorrow ilncllath deep within your soul. Though llfo hns boon ft fnlluro, mid you plod Kootsoro and woury o'er this earthly ball, SHU If you hnro n fnltli, u trust In Rod, Rest coinetu after all. Host conioth nftcr nil, then higher climb; Rest conioth nftcr all, though wealth de parts, Tho world may blnmo you, yot rest sublime Shall drive tho sorrow from your lioiut of Though life's sad fnlluros niuko you onward plod, k and weary till you reach tho pall, If you hara a fnltli, a. trust In Cod, Still Host cometli nftcr all. Rest conioth nftcr nil, thon let us go Forth to the duties of this tleutlng llfo. Hearing our Master's burdens, for wo know lu lllui Is comfort and n rest from strlfo And worldly sorrow, let our faith be shod With lovo mid morcy, while we ever coll uur menus to an eternal, mighty uoa, Rest coiueth after nil. Sin-sic- to draw himself 8TANFORD, 10, 1890 V. P. WALTON. blniuu, NEWCOMB This old and ing itt fine reputation. well-knoSj-t- t. HOTEL MT. VERNON, KY. Hotels still mainuio Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public. M. P. NEWCOMB, Prep., Ml. Vernon, Ky, FOB, BENT. Having; leased the Menelec Stabh, 1 now offer my NEW STABLE on Lancaster street for rent It hasten large Hox Stalls and is the very best place in the county for a Ja..k and Horse stand for the coming season. A largo cistern at the door, (.all on or address f BA. T NtNNELLEY, Stanford. 77-t- hearts; I. M. BRl'CE, AND FEED STABLE, Will Only first-class SALE STANFORD; KY. SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. horses nnd vehicles used in livery. IF.A.XjXj, Blue-Gras- 1890. s Nurseries. Immense stock of fruit and ornamental trees. Grapevines, Asparagus, small trees, and every-thin- g for the lawn, orchard and garden. Wc have no agents, but sell direct at low prices to the plan NY rite for catalogue to ter. H. r'. HILLENMEYER, Lexington, Ky. 64 tf Rost conioth uftor all, then as wo scok A higher life, a better, grander road, Let us of Jesus as n bavlour speak, For He will help us bear Ufa's awful lond Of cares and sin, of doubt nnd unLullef, Of earthly struggles, bo thoy grunt o small. Wo thank Thco, God, that llfo and trials nre brief, Rust cometh after nil Pittsburgh Dispatch shaking Is not nn articlo ot his croed. A passing nod is tho amount ot recognition which It suits him best to avorago to his friends. If ho is not busy and undemonstrative, ho has not considered tho valuo of so clabloness. Ho hns novor rogardod It as a form ot Christian lovo. Ho has novor thought of It as an expression ot tho Intorost In tho welfare of others which Is involved in Christian faithfulness. It has novor occurred to hi m that It Is tho Goldon Ilulo appearing In social llfo, onrlch thoso who glvo not loss than thoso who recolvo. Certainly no church can allord to neglect it A church is a Christian family, in tho prosperity ot which all its members havo an intorost Now n family lifo Is a social llfo. As It loses tho social olotucnt it loses its distlnctlvochar-actor- . Connectod with tho prospority of tho church is its usefulness, which is unavoidably Impaired If It lacks the family spirit Of tho mighty forces which are garnorod within It and which it must nconomlzo in order to do Its work as It should bo done, nono should remain unproductive Hov. S. C. Leonard, In Chicago Advance. taciturnity than to convorso. Hand- into tho sholl of INSPIRE THEM A Great Service DY FAITH. UNBELIEF WILL NOT SUCCEED. Farm For Sale. I offer for sale privately the Henry Hester farm of,6o acres of bottom land on Dix Kner; n sees sown in wheat up and all right balance in gram. Thr iliv.'llinr hn 6 rooms : there is a new barn. good well, fine orchard and lencing nearly new. terms, nail can, oaiance in une inn i years, with interest. It not soid will be for rent. Possession given January i, iPor f J. W.ADAMS. Stanford, Ky. 6j-t- i. Articles of Incorporation Sec. i. The undersIgneJ, Chrismsn Gooch, D O. Gooch, Nalhnn Singleton, V. R. Reynolds, (J. T. Gooch, citizens of Lincoln county, Ky., have this day associated ourselves together as u corporation, under the provisions of Chapter 56 of the General Statutes of Kentucky, under the name of the Olive Cemetery Company at Olive, Lincoln county, Ky. Sec. a. The general nature of the business of this corporation shall be to acquire real and personal proper'y by purchast, gift, divise or to any other way, and to set!, convey and dispone of the same by sale or mortgage or otherwise ; said property to be used for Cemetery purposes only. Sec, ,,. The amount of capital stock authorized to be issued in the name of the corporation shall consist of not more than two hundred (ioo) shares of the value of one dollar Si em.li. the same to be p?,id in at the lime and place of the orgammion of this Company. 'I he business ol said corporation shall Sec. begin on the loth day ot October, iloo, ami snau years Continue in business tor twenty-livSec 5. The affairs ot said corporation shll be conducted by a Hoard of Directors, composed of not less than five stockholders, a majority of whom shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. Saul Directors shall be elected annually by the stockholders fJiSec. 6. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability to which this corporation shall subject f of the paid up capital itself shall be stock. Sec 7. She private property of the shareholders shall be exempt frcm the corporate debts Sec. 8. The Hoard of Directors 'hall have powand regulaer to make and adopt such tions as they may deem proper, and by sain byoffices as may be nerestary laws may create such to carry on the business of said corporation and shall prescribe the duties of same. They may prescribe in said bv laws the bonds required of any or nil of said officers, and proMde for the filling of vacancies in said cilice or in the Hoard of Directors, and may prescribe the compensation for any of said officers for their services. Sec. 9. Any one mav become a member of this corporation by subscribing lor one or more shares Sec. 10. This Compeny shall hate power to receive donations by gift or by will or any other way and to loan sums, provided the borrower shall give security by mortgage or any other safe method it security, me principal 01 sam ninu can never be used, but the interest can be used for Cemetery ourooses. In testimony of the foregoing, we thounctcr-- j e one-halby-la- ' ; names. This .o 7 UATHAN SINGI ETON, D O. GOOCH, G T GOOCH, ifoo. CRIS.MON GOOCH, W P REYNOLDS. St JHSfStHiaH miK3m Tom. Glad to see yon, old fellow I It's almost ten years since we were married. Sit iovrn: let's buru an experience meeting. How's ITelloI r same as nroal, always wanting something I can't afford." ' Well, we all want something more than we're tot. Don't yon f " " Yes : but I guess ' want will be my master.' I started to keep down expenses ; and now LU says I'm "mean,' and she's tired of saving and never bavin; anything to chow for It, I saw yonr wife iluwn street, and she looked as bappy as a queen 1" "I think she Is ; and we are economical, too, have to be. My wife can make a little go further than anone I ever knew, yet she's always surprising mo with some dainty contrivance that adds to the comfort and beauty of oar Ihtta home, and she's always ' merry as a lark.' When I ask bow she manages It, she always laughs and says; 4 Oh I that's my secret 1' Ilut I think I've discovered her ' secret.' When wc married, we both knew we should have to be very careful, bat she made onecondltlon : she would bare her Magazine. And she was right I I wouldn't do without It my. eelf for double the subscription price, We read e to the last word : It together, from the the stories keep our hearts young ; the synopsis of important events and scientific matters keeps me posted so that I can talk understanding of what Is going on ; my wife Is always trying some sew Idea from the household department: she makes all her dresses and those for the children, and she gets all her patterns for nothing, with the Magazine ; and we saved Joe when he was so sick with the croup, by doing Just as directed In the Sanitarian Department Ilut I can't tell you half 1" "What wonderful Magazine is It T" " Demorest's Famllr Masazlne. and " "What I Why that's what LU wanted to bad, and I told ber It was an extravagance." "Well, ror friend, that's where yon made a grand mistake, and one you'd better rectify as roon as von can. I'll tako Tour 'sub.' right here. on my wife's account: she's bound to hue a china t In time for our tin wedding next month. My gold watch was the premium I got for getting up a club. Here's a copy, with the new Premium List for clubs, the biggest thingoutl If you don't only to you want, ee In It what and tell himyou'veyon want, write to whether what the publisher new rarriago.and he will a it is a make special terms for yon, either for a club, or for part cash. Itctter subscribe right off and surprise a year will save fifty uracil Mrs. Tom. Only Ihit In six months. Or send lOcents direct to the publisher, W. Jennings Demorest, IS East 14th Street, New York, for a specimen copy containing the Premium List," so-s- o, title-pagtea-seS'-'.- rhowlfet" "Ou I she's Divtno spiritual truth through tho affectional nature, which no man ;an possess or understand who, without laying God or desiring to bo Christ-liktakos up thoGospol as though it woro a mathematical problom to bo solved coldly and alono by tho intelloot. God doosnot submit Himself to man for investigation as though Ho woro an abstract scionco to bo comprehended by a flnito mind. Ho is beyond tho roach of our Intellects, as tho patriarch Job understood tbreo thousand years ago when ho was asked by Zophar: "Canst thou by searching find out God? Canst thou find out tho Almighty to perfection? It is high as Heavon; what canst thou do? doepor than shool: what canst thou know?" Hut God has rovoalcd Himself as a Person our Father, tho Fountain of Life, "tho Givor of ovory good and porfoctglft" a Porson whoso works and ways can bo understood in part by tho mind, nnd who can be, and ought to bo, loved with all tho hoart If tho Gospol woro llko a systom of sclonce, to bo acquired only by tho intellect, it would bo available to a small portion of tho human race. Leaving out of viow tho millions of hoathon who have no mental training for consecti-tlv- o thought, thoro Is a largo number of men and womon in our land who havo nolthor tho education nor tho timo to acquire a systom of scionco; but all of them can lovo and trust a person llko Jesus Christ And herein may bo found tho reason why no system or form of infidolity can over succeed against tho Gospol. No skoptlcism makos any provision for tho Itcurt of man; ovory skoptic, of ovory school, addrossos tho intolloct alono, and It does requlro a little thinking to formulnto ovon tho absurdost thoory of unbelief, tho most ot skeptics aro intolerably conceltod and ogotistical. What proportion of our adult Amor-ica- n citizens, if called upon without provious notico, could glvo tho formulated unboliof of David Hurao, Thomas I'alno, Strauss, Konan or Ingorsoll? Not ono In a hundred thousand! Why? Has not each of tho unboliovors named laid claim to an intollcctual system? Yes, but oach Is a systom of negation.; In which no man's heart can find any intorest, and thoroforo vory fow study what any ono of thorn has wrltton, so as to becomo familiar with his for saying "no" to tho affirmations of tho Gospel. Ilut whilo so few study tho negations of unboliovors, It would bo difficult to find a boy or girl in tho Unitod Statos, whero thoro aro churches and Sabbath-schoolwho could not toll tho story of tho cross; and thousands of adults, with but littlo education, havo so thoroughly studied the doctrines of Christianity as to bo ablo to defeat in argumont tboir bottor educated skoptical noighbors who havo taken special pains to cram thoir boads with stalo second-banobjections to it. How cm wo account for this diiToronco of intorost which wo soooverywhoro bollovors and unboliovors? Only by tho fact that all kinds of lnildollty ignoro tho wants of tho human heart, whilu tho Gospel rocognlzos and suppllos thoso wants. A man with tho woakest intellect possiblo to Hanity has a hoart which ho knows was croatod to love; and by loving God, through Christ, ho rocolvos an assuranco in his hoart that all tho doctrines taught by Christ aro truo. Thus d tho Gospol, by providing tho best thinkers' food for thought, so that tho most learned sagos can not exhaust Its thome3, and by providing, at tho jamo timo, for tho alfectlonalappotitos, 50 that tho most Illiterate man can know tho truth of its doctrines, shows that it is adapted to all classes; and this adaptation is no incousldorablo ovldenco that it came from God, who loves all men and doslres thoir salvation. This Gospel can novor bo defeated by hoartlesn infidolity. Wostorn Christian Advocato. e, bo-cau- Tho Gospel Is Not to Ito Considered a Mat lieinn tlcul Proliloin. It Is well known to ovory regonoratcd Christian thattbore Is a power of appro-bondui- h roa-so- ld s, d bo-twe- odu-:ato- hoart-satisfyin- g GOLDEN RULE IN SOCIETY. VE WILL SEND- - THE raTEFvIOR .JOTTSIf AL IN CLUB WITH DEFOREST MAGAZINE 'WQi- ONB YEAR. FOR $3 so. Stanford, Ky. W.P.WALTON, - I'ollowrrs. TI11 unsocial Christian comes homo at light jaded In body and weary In mind. Ho is fond of saying that ho would rather wear out than rust out After tho evening inoal ho has no vitality left Into a neighbor's home, if ho should go, ho could carry no vivacity, for it has all boon absorbed. If he is not too busy to bo sociable, be Do profors quiet a undomonstratlvo. Vc crttlng people JJo U better plowed The Valus of Xocltthlnnrss Ainonir God's "Tho what?" "Tho McKinloy bill. How does it stnlro your' The old mnn didn't know anything OUR HOME TROUBLES. about tho bill, and he was fishing arouml Aflllctlon Can Never He Itelilnit Us. for a reply, when tho boy called out: No Mutter AVIiern Wei Oo. "Father, you keep still! Ho wants Ilereavoments are tho trials that yon to say that it strikes you good or bad, throw tho red hoarts of mon to bo and then ho'll call you a liar and offer to Troubles at fight the Iwth of us!" New York Sun. crushed In tho wlno-prothe storo you loavo at tho store .Misrepresentation and abuse of thu world Christopher Columbus' Homo. you leave on tho streot whero you found The municipality of Genoa has it is rethom. Tho lawsuit that would swallow ported consent! to nstore tho house, in your honest accumulations may bo loft which Christopher Columbus livnL It lloroavomonts are is rapidly falling into decay and ho in tho court-roohomo troubles, and thoro is no oscapo long stood in need of repair. Originally, from them. You will seo that vacant when Domcnlco Colomlio, Christopher's chair. Your oyo will catch at tho sug- frther. inhabited the house, in M.T7, it gestive picture. You can only fly the was of two stories only, but another was presonco of such ills. You goto Switzerin lGfcU, while the serious damage land to got clear of thom, but moro ndded building caused by tho loinbard-men- t d than tho mulo that takes to tho of Genoa by Louis XIV was being you up tho Alps, your troubles and sit shiver- re'iairod. ThohoiLioat Valladolid, wliero climb to tho ing on tho glaciers. You may cross the Columbus died in poverty in 1509, is abo seas, but thoy can outsail tho clipper or to lx restored. It is now used as a stable: You may tako caravan, but tho municipality of the town intepd merchantman. and put out across tho Arabian desort to purchase it and turn it into a masoum but thoy follow you llko simoon, armed dedicated to tho great explorer. Lonwith suffocation. You plango Into the don Mammoth Cave, but thoy hang llko i:n;llli I'urins Vacant. stalactites from tho roof of the great An enormous number of farms have cavorn. Thoy stand bohlnd with fingors to push you ahoad. Thoy become wwcant this Michaelmas, ami all stand boforo you to throw you back. over England it appears to bo extremely Thoy run upon you liko rockloss horse- prolwblo that land ownors will, have men. They charge upon you llko gloam- them thrown upou their hands, as in ing spear. Thoy soom to romo hap- most counties there aro half a dozen vahazard scattering shots from tho gun cant holdings for ever' eligible appliot a caroloss sportsman. Hut not so. cant. In Hampshire, Kent, Sussex and It is good aim that sends them jut other counties, whero the principal land right; for God Is tho archor. Talmage, owners already havo thousands of acres unoccupied, tlie prosject is really very In N. Y. Obsorvor. serious. It is nearly impossible to let CHOICE SELECTIONS. arable farms on any terms, and even good grazing farms will only find tenPooplo who roally love God glory In ants ot reduced rentals. Tho Kent hop It Ram's Horn. forms are reported to bo difficult to lot Tho covotlng of qualities Is always even at half tho present rents. London right, and covotlng of things always World. wrong. Standard. Florida is putting its beet rc&orts in In ordor to livo justly, and bo wo must abstain from doing readiness for tho expected winter tourthat which wo blamo in others. Watch- ists. Lawn twinis courts aro being arranged, vegetables are being plonted in man. Tho pretonsoof saintllnesgdocolTOS largo quantities, boats aro being and as tho announcements say, no ono so much as tho protondor. N. "No efforts will bo sp;ired to mako life a W. Christian advocate Tho moment you begin to oxplaln plcasnro nnd to givo such healthful outaway tho miraculous and supernatural, door sports as will build up thoso who you surrender tho Iliblo. Tako tho aro run down from overwork, or will afflicted supernatural out of tho Iliblo and you givo a now lease of lifo to with prdinonary or osthmatical diocasoa." mako it a collection ot fables in profor-encto which I chooso iEsop's Fablo. Ono of tho points especially noted by Thoy aro what thoy protond to bo military observers during tho recent fablos. Talmago, in N. Y. Observer. Thoro aro things which aro not spe- maneuvers abroad, whero smokeless cifically condomned in Scripture which powder was used, was tliat in a clear it Is best to avoid. Thero may bo no atmosphere, uuobscured by tho smoke proposed of battle, nil bright accontromentfl wcro particular precept to forbid action, but that action may bo n wrong seen at a great distance, thus betraying tho positions of tho various bodies of to our own souls. Any thing which in tho loast communion with God troops. and brings doubt as to His approval Is Tho czarowitch, tho eldest eon of tho dotrimental to our own spiritual czar, who is to mako an American tour, Christian Inquirer. is 0 liaudsomo young man of 2U. Ho has "Tho Word of God" is that which a Uill figure, a owerful physiquo and is God speaks in tho sonso of annexing a colonel in tho Imperial guard. Ho is tho re to His authority, whother it bo a said to show considerable talent for tho promiso inrulo, or threatening uttered, military profession. or a doctrine taught, or a fact stated, and whether it bo contained in tho law It is estimated that 0110 horse power or the Gospol of God. Man'a duty Is to of electric energy will furnish ample heat beltovo this Word; and when It Imfor a etrcot car without smoko or dust poses a duty, to obey it N. Y. or reduction of seating capacity. Sinn Can Ilender to Ills Fellow Crenturrs. Tho greatest servlco which any man can ronder to his follows Is to Inspire them with faith in thomsolvos, to mako thom bollevo that thoy aro capablo of tho highest things, to fill thorn continually with that deop confldonco which springs, not from ovorostlmato of self, but from a tremendous hold upon fundamental principles, an unconquorablo faith In noble and worthy causo. Thoro aro fow things impossible to thoso who bollovo; but most mon aro so surroundod by limitations, so besot by doubts, that thoy distrust thoir own powors and tho dreams of their hearts. Every man who has not utterly wrecked himsolt knows that he was born for tho best things. This Is tho hopo which llfo continually sots boforo him: prosenco is God his of tho forover rovealing ltsolf In him. To hoar this Innor voico and follow It, to mako aspiration, not a droam which lies llko a sunset light on tho horizon, but a quenchless star which burns forever before one's confident feet Is to put ono's self in tho line of thu noblest success. There aro men and women whoso wholo atmosphoro is critical, skoptical and depressing; thoro aro others out of wLom confldenco Is breathed, and from whom strength goes forth unconsciously to themsol vos. Thoy always appeal to that which Is noblost In their follows; thoy always inspire thoir fellows with now hopo nnd frosh courage Thoro is no joy in lifo so groat as to bo ono of thoso to havo this sublime hoalth ot .spirit which makos tho vory horn of ono's garmon. healing, and diffuses courage, hope and faith liko an atmosphere through the world. Christian Union. dis-boliofalth-ln-pirors, added, how usefully it was applied in tho cim) of ono William Jours. It apjioars that this ierson, who dccriicd himself ns n commercial traveler, hired n hansom, ami was driven nlwut tho town for perFor certain rwiwiis the oral hours. cabuian susticctcd that thero was something wronjr nbout his faro. So wlint did ho do but let down tho frout glass lights, nnd keep them down, thereby g effectually imprisoning tho vainly traveler. Ho then drovo to tho Pcckhnm jniiico station and gnvo up bin prisoner. He had dono well, for William Jones turned out to lw a very Ixwl char.vctor: in fact, an old and convicted burglar, whose suspicious movements hod lately attracted tho wrious nttoution of tho police. Brought up at tho Lamlwtli jolico court, on tho charge of being disorderly and as a jwrs-ounder jwlico BiiptTvision, supposed to l getting his livelihood by dishonest means, ho was sent to prison with hard lalor for twelve monUus. The hansom cab has Urns figured, for U10 first timo in history, as a thief trap. It is to bo hoiH.nl that ita newly discovenxl and awful power will never lo employed ot tho expenso of tho iniiocent Ixmdon Telegraph. pro-tjtin- Taken by a Hansom Cobiimn. Peoplo Httlo know what n torriblo power rests in tho hands of n hansom cabman. Thoy will nvilizo it now when they hear how sternly and, it must bo J. W. RAMSEY, Dealer In GROCERIES AND HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE GlaBBwnro, Tlnwuro, &o. Has on ban J n'frcsli supply ot canned goods of every description, maccaroni. beans, prunes and in fact everything found in a first-clagrocery. Tobaccos a. id cigars a specialty. Confectioneries, nuts, raisins, &c, in great variety. Give my Nudavcne, something new, ss '1 1 a trial. .GO TO. A, A. MODEX WARREN'S GROCERY" Kor Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats of all kinds, Cream Cheese, crackers, iMaccaroni, 1'icklcs, Hominy, Sauces, Olives, Mince Meat, l'uddinc, Dried Fruits, Prunes, Raisins, Currants, Nuts and Candies. Also plain and fancy Glass and Quccnsware, Lamps and Lanterns of every description. He is now receiving and opening the largest and finest stock of Iloli day Goods and Toys ever brought to this market. rilrrl!!i In .Mecca tu III Luck. Cruel ill luck has liefnllen some of the Indian pilgrims to Mecca this year. The pilgrim steamer Deceit n, which left Bombay for Jetldah on the 17th of June, had on board more than 1,200 of these pious Mohammedans, packed, it is said, as usual, "liko herring in a barrel." It is not surprising that during tho voyage six cases of cholera oceurcd. This led to tho ship iK'ing detained in quarantine at tho great lied sea jxirt for tun days. When this jK'riod had elapsed another mse was declared, which involved n sec eriod of the sacred ceremony of walking round the kanbah or temple of tho prophet and kiswitig the blwck "tine raid to havo been givpn ! an angel to Abraham was at an end, am. the poor pilgrims having sjKuit all they had upon this pious duty were compelled to return ns they enme. It is painfully significant that the Doccnn brought kick 122 persons lean than sho Uuk out. A similar incident, it is said, has not occurred for more than half a century. It is regarded by tho faithful twti visitation of divine displeasure. Loudon News. On tin- - Watch. 6Ti yours old, nccom pnnied by h son, a boy of II, wna waiting for a train in thu Grand Centra) depot the other day, when a tiiau on tho snmo bench, who had been reading a pajier. folded it up and naked: "lias the McKinlay UI1 affectod your IV&i for ond quarantine. By this timo the Infants f and Tub FOR A h Ui- Children. 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The volumes of the llaiar begin wlih the first number lor Jaruary of caJi jear When lio timo is mentioned, subscriptions will begin with the number current at the time of receipt of order Hound volumes of Harper's Daiar, for three yeursback, in neat cloth bindine, will be sent by mail postage-pal- d or by express (provided the Iroight do. s not exceed Ji per voluricj lor 5t pir per volume. Cloth casts lor each volume, suitable for binding, will be sent by mail postage paid on receipt of J each. Ketuittances should be madn by money order or draft, to at oid chabcu of loss. Newspapers are not to copy this advertiseaient without the expres order of Harper & llrothers. Address 1IARPKR & UROTHKRS.-New York. 1 post-offi- .- LSftiaGAZdaSn YIPWWj jr lmf .irTTTp "' .'TVTTTTT FARM FOE, SALE. Wo offer for sale privately our farm known si Georica Ander.en place, JJ milo from Uu.ton-ville- , on the Liberty pike, containing 41 acres, good dwelling or 6 room and well watered. Call on or address ui at lluitenville, Ky. JOHN Jtl.MS, l MAKV ELLIS. J-t- the V hwn., I THOMAS C.HALL. having the boat already In commission roachod Syracuso In tlmo for broakfast, for which purpose a halt of twenty minlent It to Mr. Douglas during his utes was mado. At tho station thoro If I had not foolishly put a Ho be- was exposed on tho fruit stand to tompt P. W OnEEN, Proprlotor tween myself and his love It would tho oyes of passengers a largo stock of Lot on Main Street in Stanford still be impossible for mo, with my ex grapes dono up In packagos moro atContaining i acres. I have recently taken charge nf ini well known travagant notions, to become tho wlfo tractively than any thing in this lino ovor boforo had mot. Hotel and Intend keeping Terms e'a.y. at its present htr.li of a very poor man. I could not help T P WALTON, Stanford. standard. Special attention given tu the traveling Tho grapos woro of sovoral kinds, ln him, nnd should only bo a drag on him public. eluding dark nnd light onos, of which and bring him to ruin. N'o, Clurn, it is hotter bo, but I am tho lattor woro boautlful goldon Nlag-- i 1'irsl-CIllS- S very unhappy, and loss than ovor In- aras. Thoy woro dono up In lisrht. white wooden boxes of tho stylo and siz. shown In connection Alio clined to marry that prig, I'ryor D. in tho sketch, and which hnd convenIn the corporate limitj of Rowland. Your Miserable Friend, Pool and Billiard Parlors. ient wire handlos for carrying. Tho 'anetti: Vax CortrLAXD. M H J. DARST. lid slid in from ono sldo, nnd on this 1.. M. RKID.CWrk Rowland. . CONCMMIKI) NK.VT I.HhL'K. was pastud tho whlto papor label, which 7J It I romovod from a box thoro purchased, LINCOLN CO. FARM For RENT. and this I mall to you (engraving anTin The undersigned will rrnt for the venr ROAD CONSTRUCTING. .. nexed). Tho box Itself was lined with I)ralnic KnentUI Whoro whlto paper, tho parts that lappod over priv.e.'JW.ife Fan"- rhoroufli Co. haVe'h (JcmmI ltouds Arc Drtlri'il. tho top of tho fruit bolng ornamontally Mrs KANCV'lfeNKIXS, OF STANFORD, KY., (roorgo W. Hinklo writes to tho o perforated, llko tho papers often used lanville. Kr. .ludd Fanner: In constructing any In boxes of confectionery. It now fully erganiicd and read) lor butineM with system of roads tho most important part As tho description on tho labol indiOR SALE. .s thorough drainago, both undor and cates the fruit was of tho choicest Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. surface An earth road should bo at being donojup so handsomoly, it Surplus, . - - - - io,UUU. least fifty foot wide, with surfaco was a sight to tempt many buyers. iltchoscut as far out on tho sidos as Dozens of tho boxes wero sold atsovon-flvsrc'CKSSOII lTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL 7'" MRS FANME DU.VN. thoy can bo made Carry tho earth to conts apiece, and as they hold, I ' HANK OK STANFORD, tho conter, forming an oval grade, about think, llvo pounds of fruit each, it Is twenty-fou- r (Now closing up) with the name attetaand under foot wide. Makosldo ditches the same managvmcnt. six foot wldo, eighteen lnchos doop on aWOXIfc By prnvi.iens of iu chatter, depositors are as' outer nnd sloping on innor edge. Con- fully protected at ai I havo finished depositors in National .,. e mv new Saw rm Hanks, its tharcholdei lieing held individually tlnuo sldo ditcho3 ontiro length. liable to the ealent ol the amount of their Mot I Thon underdrain all low land, springy therein at the par value thereof, ih addition to the and scopy hills on both sides of tho. amount invettcd in in. h thvipt It mar Hi i exe. iitor. admini.lrator, trustee, .Vc, at fully at roadway, convoying tho water to a good an individual outlet. Whoro surfaco wntor stands on 1'T To thote who rntruited their huliirieti to us! A. It IIAGTIV "iTignioneui wimtoiy un, I boo," v while mnaglng the Lincoln National Hank si taking up my book, "octopusos and tho sido of tho road, fill in a Bmall Man ford, we we here lender our many thanki ami WOODEN HOX USKD OltAl'KS spaco over under-draiwith broken irujt they will continue to Iran., t the" butinms things!'' and bo laughed merrily. with ut, offering at n guarnntce for prompt alien- I couldn't bo angry. tile. If not ablo to tllo both sldos of clear that it mado handsomo returns to I was ho glad to lion to unif, our twenty yean in1 tho road, thon put tilo In tho conter of tho grower and the enterprising com lianVmg and at liberal aooinmodattoiit periecr - soo any one in my plight. at are con' m H prepared to bore wells and tho road way, boforo grading; practical pany that hit Upon this CXCellont plan "Will you could you bring my boat itieiii wiin sounu banking ,,,aoine Kood manter a"d promptly provos this to bo succossf ul. Da of disposing of fruit. Tho display of up hcrol" 1 asked, timidly. Iiimkctoiii: J J William Mt Vernon: away with all small culvorts, roplacln ac une Dollar a Foot. you wUh, but why not swim to It. fruit was as pretty and tempting a sight "If J. M S. Hail Slanlard: wan on orjaaoreit me at Stanford, h I will Htay bosldo you, and I know you thom with sowor tllo. as weary travelers could desiro to meet, Owtley, Mmifnrd: J Kent uckr. 34" A road so constructed U as noar porfoct and It touched the pocket-booL. T. SM ITH. S.I Kmhry, Manfrrd; can swim, for I saw you cotno out hero quickly. J K Lnn. Stanford: as ono can ba ot earth. If constructed 1 have no doubt that to train-loaan hour and moro ago." after AW Carpenter. MIIMievilte; " according HAY I MKF.T YOU IIKItK to tho abovo dlroctlons, an train-loaof poople, tho salo of theso "I daro not!" I cried, shuddering. J. K llaughmitn, Huttanvjlte; J. F. Ca.b, Stanford; tho good salnU know what would havo oxcallont foundation Is now provided boxes day by day, at tho Syracuso staWhy?" William Gooch, Stanford, Ky tion was very largo. "Thoro Is something horrible undor becomo of you! Hun In, child, with tho for a gravol road. a. II. bhankt, President. In many parts of this Stato (Illinois) Why Is not this method of putting up .i f"i'e to '.el1 mr "m f that sldo of tho rock," I said, nnrrously. lick of your llfo and get sorao warm J. II. Owtley, Cathier. Mch1,.--oiS- S choice fruit to attract buyers most Iloforo 1 could control him ho had clothes onl Tho dinner's most ready, gravel exists in quantities sufllclont to "Bplderizo" tho dlvod Into tho water, and under tho very sir; If you'll como In and put up with It appeals to tbo sonso of s sight as well as to the palato and this diroctlon with spot of which I wan so frightened. Ho my old man's Sunday suit, may bo I can State in over r00nu ind Ulcl,en ''u "tSlendW iX hltrhways. got your clothes dried whllo you'ro Wo havo came up laughing. about is proper. Tho public pay tho florists hi"ri forty miles of gravel road In this hundreds of thousands of dollars in the llailey, Stanford, or "What you saw was soa wood, that was taking a blto with us." write the nndertigned at With a quiet twinkle In his eyo as ho (Paris) Vownshlp; eight miles built this larger cities very year for cut flowers Cincinnati, Ohio. all." E. WITifERS. Ilj the 1 looked again at tho dreaded shadow, looked at mo tho young man accopted summer, with four miles moro under for beauty chiefly. Fine fruit combines and found that ho was right. Tho long tho Invitation, nnd soon wo wero all contract To construct theso roads a both beauty and usefulness as food. FOR SALE OR RENT. tax is levied to full limit of law (ono Tho salesman who so presents his pro arms woro but strands of seaweed seated at tablo. your namo Douglas?" Harriot dollar to each ono hundred dollars) and duct that both of these qualities have floated by tho tldo. "Is "May bo I had hotter go!" I sild, ac- asked him when tho first business of when collected such roads aro built as duo weight In Influencing buyers, will 221 Acres of Land in Lincoln-Co- . the peoplo voto to bo constructed out of bo greatly the gainer theroby. Popu& Co. knowledging my stupidity with a warm eating was ovor. this special fund. Tho road to bo mado lar Gardening. Tho young man looked a llttlo flush of color and an unwilling attempt Pat or the estate orR V. Clvent, dee'd. Is divided Into soctlons of to jump in tho wator. startled, but said It was. mile HORTICULTURAL NOTES. "I was asking you, becauso two men In length. Wo purchase our gravol, "Hold on!" ho cried; "wait till I my boat and I'll como back and come ashoro hero this morning; fellows strip tho oarth from tho surfaco, and Glass A. Installment Stock. Onio.v sood, says tho Michigan Farmin, 8,a" "e"uthof fotoh you. It's protty deep whoro you from a yacht, I took them to be, and thoy thon advortlso for bids by tho section, er, may said pike be sown this fall late on are. I'm glad It's a warm day for a asked me for some oggs. They seemed por cubic yard measuromont. r ace value J100. Cottt Si admittion fee aad af. ground, to start and begin In putting on tho gravol wo uso stock tirwardsfoccnti a inoutli until payment, and swim, or 1 shouldn't havo enjoyed Jump n little uppish and saucy, so I says to with tho lato wlntor sunI ofitae.iualfioo. No dividends in cash until ma. ing into tho water after a young lady them pretty sharp that I didn't keep no boards twelve lnchos wldo. fourteon shine and long bofore sovoro frosts are it not told before January ut, unty, which it estimated ts take place in ;or8 tracts will cart First year's credited dividends have been whoso nerves aro not strong enough to store for victualling toy boats, and what foot long, sot up on each sido of conter over or weeds awake to business. Select a jSnuar'y'V "parate,r " redfor A. over 11 per cent. road Hugo. I suppose, though, that eggs I got, I got. They seemed kind of of roadway, hold In place by Iron pins; pleco of warm, light 59 at J AS. G. & W, P. GIVENS, Executors. soil protected peoplo who don't road much aro always set down at that, and I heard thorn say- boards ton or twelve feet apart with woods, walls or fonces; plow Into by It a moro lmprossod'by books than ordinary ing ono to tho other that this was tho Iron pins In conter ovory seven foot covorlng of threo or four Inches of horso houso Mr. Douglas had told thom to go twelvo or fifteen Inches abovo ground. manure. folks." After turning each fur"How do you know I don't read?" It to, and thoy was suro thoy was right. Whonovcr two pair of boards aro flllod row stand In Glass B. $100 Full Paid Stock. it a row of scullion And STOCK OF URUCS FOR was on tho tip of my tongue to say, hut Putting two and two togothor, and ono pair of boards and ono pair of con-tSALE. onions, not moro than one inch apart; I romomborod that ho was taking mo for remembering that you was tho only chap pins aro takon up and moved for- they will make bottom Face value- $100. Cottt )i admiuien fee and Jyo qult all wlntor and ville I offer,0my '.he druf finest at Huston, a farmer's daughter, and I hold my this summer who had tho ncrvo to land ward and sot again, and so on until tho In lieu of all duct. Tetal Iji per thare. Keccivet entiro stock soil rapidly as a relish wooks before Chemical for sale Myitookof fresh Drugs and upon5osmi-annua- l Is completeln eveiv cath dividend! of j percent tonguo whllo ho swam afuir his boat, hero and want eggs from mo without lino of road is finished. Now, If takon other truck is roady. It near to mlno, and roturned to nsklng how tho hons was laying nor caro of for twolvo months, by keoping ll0U,e Mukliic O 1'or Out. "" Your, tho rock. Tun Country Gentleman says: "There " i ..l...i. jiuiuing, 1 just conciuuca tuat you was the gravol worked to tho conter with a are some advantages in training cur- is located in. The T1 A.contain. . rooms. and it credited with a proportion of surplus profG WASH, llu.tonv.lie. '"" Ho scanned my faco with kindly, gon-tl- o Mr. Douglas. However, I'm main sorry wooden drag, you will havo a road af- rant bushes to a single its, until the payments and tuiplut amount to stem at the I was kinder ungracious to thom men, fording ploasuro lorldo ovoratany tlmo J100 1 hi surplus it a tmall per centage at first eyes. Thoy are more easily culbut iocreatet every year 'I hit it a preferred "lou'vo had quite a scaro," ho said; and you can havo all tho cga you'vo a of the year. It costs from two hundred the ground. kept clean and thoy havo a Mock and the cath dividendt are guaranteed. Can tivated and forewarns hunters, be withdrawn after one year "don't attompt to bo too rash, put your nunu to just for tho carrying; for you to four hundrod dollars por ml!o to neater appearance Such bushes and not aro .Th. 'no.,1to rospas. on our lands fishermen per. without hands on my shouldors, uso your foot, dono a thing for mo this tnornlnir 1 ain't grade, undordraln and sowor such a road. easily raised by rubbing off all the buds ?'iU?h w"Lbe P'K"ted to the th,s 'a done with tho road and from going to forgot. You can como horo for uut a1 extent and we'll swim to your boat together." tho lower part of tho cutting whon B.W.GAINES. law. Signed: I oboyod him, and was soon seated in all tho eggs, and all tho milk, nnd all brldgo tax. Tho.special tax abovo noted It Is planted, or all of which will bo Mrs SAMFORD IRWIN, JJOHN G LYVN Class 0. $50 Full Paid Stock. tho yawl. Ho fetched my book, and tho butter you want, and you'll cot tho ' ls U8C(1 'or tll gravol. Tho cost of ot ltraui nn tl.n ..... gravelling doponds on many circum good tho surface flno tho earth. But as stood In tho shallow water holding tho '" " mu lariii, or my name am i liar-riW; HAMILTON. fruit may be had V,.c'.LY.N01'pS. crop3 of I c PHILI.IPO stances how much dirt is on the Sayor." boat till I started. I.. HM.N, from bushes which havo several stems, race value J50. Cottt Ji admittion fee and $j Mrs. ALICE! 1lAirr.unxT M U'lBO Mr. Doutrlas looked ovor at mo ami gravol, how closo tho bank is to tho "I don't know bow to thank you, sir," In lieu of all duet, total 6 per thare Receives no cath dividendt, but it credited with the tame I began. Mr M A. MARTIN J smiled triumphantly, thon, turning back road to bo constructed, how strong the provided thoy aro pruned, kept sufQ- - W A. coffkV clontly centage of profit at I mull men! Stock. If well ROIIEItl' UARNETT, J. E. BRUCE, "I don't need any thanks," was his to Harriot, began to talk to hor and (lat- composition In bidding, otc., etc Wo manuredoloar of old wood, and are kept W. P. GRIMES. such Mock had been utued during the patt year, and cultivated and lit dividend! would have been over 15 per cent. answer. "I am glad I havo had tho op- - tor, offering hor homago with ns much got tho oarth romovod from our gravol clean." When the Jj and ihe credited profit! equal $50 s graco as If sho bad boon a Duchess. Ho for six and to eight conts the race value U withdrawn in cath Thit it a The failure of the apple crop is a cahad hit on Harriot's weak spot, and sho por cublo yard. Wo got tho gravol put new form of ttock, etpecially adapted for FOR SALS AT a ofimall saving, without the ordinary on tho road (according to last contract) lamity which affocts many lines of busiwas completely won ovor. Irature of muiuhly payment!. Cau be withdrawn ness, says tho Michigan Farmer. Not At last sho roso from tho tablo, nnd for an avorago of twenty-eigh- t conta after one year On account of continued bad health, I stand a hoavy desire Thn hooka and tecuritiet of the Companyare ncntoutsido to tho clothes-lin- o to In- por cubic yard, on a road four and ono only mustcanning farni cl 3' A" of'blue.graa. loss, but and evaporating es- U.,Pr!Va.,el5r n io fine state ol fertility. Vould tolnveitort. spect tho clothes sho wasdrying for hlra. ' quartor miles long. Gravol bank wlth-Sh- o with Improvements Location one n milo of road and within tablishments will stand idle, and thou- sell aoo acres Suntordl and the laying roturnod in a moment. m.le south of the sands of men, womon and children will ..superb of f milo of end of road. "You won't bo ablo to cot awav from There are all of the necessary fam immiss tho employment which theso Insti- provements .including a frame dwelling ol five horo for a couplo of hours yet, sir; I'll rooms and hall, a tutions would havo given thom. Thoro building, new ror large basement barn, ond all 51,300,000 of Stock Carriod "by put down so mo Irons and dry you off as I'rotectlnn for Outlata of Uiulcnlrnlns. further information, apply to HOB1. JlcALISTEK. quick as I can, and may bo Nan will Many long, valuable, and exponslvo will bo no call for fruit barrols and 48 .m ovor 1,500 LTcmbcra. show you round tho farm whllo you aro linos of undordralns aro dcstroj'ed each many othor fruit packages, and the mon waiting." year by mico, rats, and othor vermin who make thom will havo no trade. In short there will be a stagnancy in tho This was a tacit admission on Har- gottlng Into thom during tho dry riet's part that sho considered tho young and wholly or partially clogging fruit trade such as has not boon experi- For full Mj mation apply to man qulto respectable and a fit com- thom up with their nests, oarth, or them- enced in a long tlmo, If ever. The oxpanion for mo. selves after having perished in the port business also must of courso ccaso. CEORCE W. JOHNSTON, B. F. En'oei. claims that burning ovor Dotormlned to koop up my ch aracter channol of tho drain. In case of tilo I roso meekly, with a "Yos, auntlol" i old strawberry beds saves half tho hoeOKNkHAL MAKAUBK, ing; tho plants on a burnt bod grow fetched tho which Is all tho - - Loulavlllo, Ky, Tho Commerce, r or rust will V allowed mo by Harriot, nnd 'VW Willi jf9Xp MiU&. with moro vigor; bo provonted, at least to soino extent; was soon Btrolllng alongbosldo him. ; insects and thoir eggs will bo destroyod As wo wont through Hold and orchard ii-- i dfc and tho clearing off of tho mulch and wo talked, or rathor ho did. Ho talked I IIKAD O.f AND O.V. GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, weeds by flro Is alono benefit onough, In woll and oagorly of a thousand old HTTSTONVnaLE, KY. portunity of seolng you again, and showAre wyj-- j ftxi&&B&rJi ..V Ji his opinion, to mako it tho best plan he thingstill in the business and ready to do any. ing you that 1 can do somothlng, ovon if familiar things, but I glvo you my word, STANFORD, KV. in the Undertaking line. We have a full knows of. Ho adds: In hoavy soils Clara, I novor heard theso old thread-barI can't bako bread." stock of Cases and P. of all tho ground gets vory hard from bolng of every deicnption. Casketshearse,kinds and Robes topics so lntorostlngly discussed 'w. I broko out into a laugh. Our which is Refer to J J. McKOIIKKTS, Caluer Firtt Na. trampeu ovor by tno plcRors, and burn- new can be obtained on shoit notice Mr. nearly boforo. Ho evidently took mo for n tlonal Hank, Stanford, Ky, J If "That's right," ho said. 'I am glad fresh, Green has charge of ing tho mulch will make such soils our goods to any oneeur business and will ,hovr 80 If untravolcd girl, and was trying rou fool llko laughing ngaln. Won't FIO. 1. PROTECTKD DRAINS. no. a. needinir anything in our "mellow up" easily undor tho cultivator "" you toll mo your namo? I am going to to spread boforo mo visions of things I stono drains tho and rotain molsturo much longer if not had novor scon, and, ns ho supposed, drains and row near you until wo got within sight . .ai animals ontor at tho outlet This In- so troated. hy It is so I can not say, of your aunt, nnd 1 supposo I mustn't was novor llkoly to soo. Tho sun was trusion can bo easily avoldod by cover- but I know from experience that this is already declining whon Harriot's voico call you Xan all tho way I" sailed us back, and nh, Claral ought I ing tho outlots with wlro. All' drains, tbo fact. "That's my nnmo," I answored, mmmmtmhjmmmnmsammms, was afraid to toll him what my for I to bo ashamed to confess It, was glad and especially whon tho outlot is The ltrclnnlucr of Wlntor Dairying. othor whon ho whUporod to mo: "I'll sco you to tho trampling of stock, should "0U2i)jmifjiujjYCjiicACSr' namo was, lest it might glvo Winter dalrylntr requires a whole him souio havo a strong wooden box for dischargNanI" aluo to my Identity, and bring a dozon year of preliminary preparation. Tho Clara. havo soon hlra for a good ing tho wator through. Wiring In this cows tlrcsomo peoplo up to soo how tho must first bo provided. Theso cbbo Is qulto an easy operation; tho ninny Ho has rowed mo Xnnotto Van Cortland was spend- out to seo tho wires passing through holes at tho sldo, should como In about September and, sun sot, ho has fetched mo honco, must bo bred about December. ing her sumnior. Leaving both to soo It rlso, ho has sat In tho porch In top and bottom, as shown In Fie. 1. In Ho looked at mo a llttlo curiously. tho plan soon In Fly 2, tho wlro Is cut It has been snid that this Is an unnattho starlight teaching mo tho nutues of LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI "Xan what?" In sultablo lengths, or ovon a ploco of ural period for breeding; that spring is tho ho "Oh, you want my mint's namo!" I tho stars, bay,has taught mo to swim in wlro slovo or screen Is pasaod at tho the brooding tlmo for cows. This is a Daily, Secures to Travelers, llttlo ho has sat readlmr to mo sam, innocently. "How stupid of mot mistake. Cows will breed at any tlmo through tho drowsy afternoons In tho tho upper end loosely around an Iron or of tho year. Tho Snyor, of courso." natural habits of wild WOodon rollnpnlnprwl frnajivlannf tl.n Kw THE MOST RAPID ROUTE "Woll, Miss Nan dear old Sayor, toll mo how Clara, If I kitchen I whllo Harriot sowed at tho top. In this ctso tho wlro nan rm animals aro based upon conditions, as dared would lovo him but Ever attempted between the rcat commercial it is that you, nn oystorman'anleco. can't his manner to mo Is nothing moro than raised up tocloan outtho box If doslrod: V10 PP1? of tooi for Instanco, which cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, and hence ana n hoavy pressuro of water will lift do not apply to domesticated animals: the fastest time and most comfortable trains be- swim, Hnd tho right hand of such a vory kind and friendly, and ovon patronizing tween all points in the bouth, or to the West and exemplary porson ns your aunt can't and It will not be difficult for any ono Ho never seeks to take mo unywhoro tho lowor ond thus removing all obNorthwest. The counterpart of this train on all struction. Tho s;reon is of sufllclont who desires to havo a winter dairy to trunk lines is denominated The Limited Express. mako bread?" that Harriot can not go with ub, and Is I was on tho ovo of dUcovory. The superb rolling slock we employ gives patrons length that it may be pressod outward keop hack tho cows from sorvlc until f?S"SsVHKsssBBBBBBIClL. Lrl Unlimited Comtori. r triod to speak in tho clumsy rriannor no moro frlondly to mo than to her llo but not inward. When tiles are tho porlod used provision required. Thon follows the Monno, j get Monon and stick Say Mcnon, 3lmply wUhos to glvo tho poor llttlo for foeding tho fodder crops, you want to save money and have a pleasant jv.. of Harriot nnd hor husband, clear to tho outlot, a pleco of wlro ney. "I was educated different. My folks llttlo upward a happy holiday, nnd a Boreen placed betweon tho onds of the especially, which will bo requirod and Having time cards, mans, folders. For lull inlormatlon. stop to higher things Ho removed these will, in most casos, necessitate mercial Hotel, I am my Barberto Shop to the Com lived noar Ikvjton." ' etc, call on or address prbpared accommodate laIs abovo all a gontloman and a man of two last tiles will answer tho purpose some cbangos In the ordinary farm prac- dies as well as gcDtleroen in anything they may Ho laughed. W . U. l.lUOIl I . f , L.UUISTIIIC, "Vy, nearly aa vail honor Oh, Clara, If ho might lovo mo. wi.h in my line. Children also waited on. Call AS. IiAKKER, O 1' A., Chicago, tice, which will easily occur to too "Woll, my child, Boston culture has r W. 11. McROUKRTS, Agt., Stanford. and 1 him: JESSE THOMPSON, onuie. Interested. American Agriculturist IoCommercial Hotel. 1 MXJSHS HOUSE, 11 Sample Room -- Farmers Bank& Trust m I up with a start, nnd oh, what n shrlok I gavol 1 don't know whether I had boon reading for hours or whether I had miscalculated thn tlmo, hut tho water had risen until my feet woro hanging In It nearly up to my knees. It was clour as crystal, could boo way down to tho dopths, and found, to my horror, that tho touch I hnd folt was a IIhIi rubbing against mo, mistaking mo for a part of tho rook, so still wns I sitting. I drow up my feet and looked around mo. Tho llttlo boat I had loft dry on tho boarti was floating In several feetof water, tho tldo drawing It away from mo until It was thirty foot and moro nway from mo. I would have to swim to it, nnd swim In i didn't know what depth of water, and, oh, horror! with fish and all sorts of llvo things about mo. 'crimps there was an octopus lurking undor that very rook waiting for tm. I couldn't do ltl If I woro to drown I couldn't jump of! that rook Into that fearful living water. I east about mo on ovry Hldo for riio way of wonpo. Merciful I'rovlilonool What was that black thing rcaohing out long arms toward mo from u lid or tho rookl An octopus! An octopus, surely! With n wild, u n oar t ly wrraui I scrambled higher up on tho rock, and, to my inllnlto despair, was fill, lint. f,IV,llf tn.l l,, , ullnolnt. .1.ti. into the dreaded water wbon suddenly I heard an encouraging shout, and n momout latur thostoudy bhock of oars iu their rowlocks thin a splash, and In a moment, moro a man was swimming to tho rook nnd scrambling up bosldo mo. Need I toll you, Clam, that it was tho young man of yesterday? " hat ns tho mattor?" ho qrled. "I sat reading too long, got fright-onc- d and daron'thwim back to my boat." li1 noarly cost you your llfo. It. would aavo boon wlsor If they bad taught you to why, of courso how foolish of mol You aro a school toachor taking your lummcr vacation, nron't yon? That accounts for ovory thing. Whoro Is your jchool?" "I'loaso don't ask mo any question ibout mysolf," I said. "I don't think my Hint would llko it." "Very well, we'll talk of somothlng also. When shall I soo yotntgnin? Do you como lioro every day? May I moot you horo and walk along tho beach with you?" "Certainly not!" I said, scandalized, and rowed otT without another glanco at him. With a laugh nnd a "We'll scol" ho loaped Into his boat, and, bonding to his ours, swopt past mo nnd round tho point that hid mo from tho cottngo. I was not to bo so easily rid of him. When I In my turn rounded tho point, thoro ho stood on tho bench with Harriot at his side, and evidently on tho most frlonrtly terms with him. "Oh, Nan," sho oriod, "bow could you do sol I thought you woro too crabbed to be Mjnrod of a bit of teawuedl Hut j'ou always was tho foollshost ohlldl If It hadn't been for this kind gentleman I havo taado a discovery, though,' SELLING TO ADVANTAGE. thich would put an Inneparablo bar be(t Often Conaltta In tlm Taitj- nml tween us, oven If I hud not by my own Wy nn Artlclo la J'ut Up. stupidity raised a still stronger ono. u,ui thvit M f!k, nl loki, aauell ttrr Mks my folk lie Is a very poor man. Tho yacht doos In October of last year I passed by or L W.k!rfolk' hunt Urdt, rabbit, and n.iulrreU on tolretnaai rail through tho Stato of Now York. not belong to him, but to ono of his firm mr r will who is In Kuropn for a few weeks, and Tho night train on which I traveled ZtVt i,"y P"""o. tner mean beh punished "tent 0 ,he ' - 75 ". ,.. POSTED. '"' o. 1 in 1 For Salo Twcutv Huilduijr Lots Or-ing- TrM qual-Ity.an- FOK KENT I o 3iTSW SAW 1 - . n W3EI.X. BOHXJSTG. doublo-strongt- k d d Farm For Sal. seem-lngl- y first-clas- Investments Offered Louisville Savings, Loan Building ono-ha- lf so-eu- ro woll-prepar- ed iJii '"i ad-in'- proflt-raakln- g HOTJSE FOE iRENT or rr so-sur- POSTED. full-e- st ) bo-lo- w . it. i ot '' sovon-nlnth- them-vettme- W MM, frult-growo- rs - I ono-quart- er : ono-hal- son-so- n, sun-bonn- ot 1 G' head-gea- .&vty0' tr vh well-built loaf-blig- ht StT r--7 o m3ees5: mfmmn &&&ttsKm 3j,T3iV'.i J. T. SUTTON" CO, "si ' -- 64-- tf 1 ex-pos- od A NEW FAST MAIL 1 fash-lonab- lo I jriu f school-teacho- r- 1 111 ju4. :J&-- . lJtM4l A. irf- -- 3J.VIH. . , mn" ,.tmj y--- t J:.'tmvm.l w y 4 MEy if 1 If You are Looking for Sensible, Desirable, .vk USEFUL ARTICLES THAT MAKE PLEASING- CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, - otoT The Entire Stock. J0L6 5J1 Bargain Store, Plenty of goods and Jrno-mjL'fc Opposite Portman House, Stanford. You'll not be disappointed. TTlMTOll. If you don't know what to buy, look over this list; perhaps it may suggest something. Colored Cashmere or Henrietta Dress Pattern, wool fill, 25c per yard; all wool Tricot in colors 25c per yard; 10 yards best Indigo Blue Calico for 50c; 2,000 yards of Standard Prints 4c per yard' nice warm Woolen Shawls $1, $2, $2.50, $3, $3.25; 100 black Fur Muffs 50 each; Linen Table Covers with Napkins to match $1, $2 and $2.50; 200 different patterns in Silk Mufflers 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50 and $2 each The Grandest Display in Silk Handkerchiefs ever brought to Stanford; prices to suit all from 25c to $1 $2.50. Ladies' Rubber Circulars Store-Roo- and $1.25 each. Tie Big Double m Will Be Full of Bargains to Suit All in Dry Goods Notions, Boots, Shoes , 1 Hats, Caps, Clothing, Trunks, "Valises, Groceries, &c. The only place in Stanford you can exchange your Produce for goods. Bring your Eggs along and 22c per dozen. Five dozen Eggs will buy a pair of Lady's Kid Button Shoes worth $1 75 Call to see the line of Satteen Comforts, $1.75, $2 and $2.25. Blankets 10-95c, $125 ' $150 ' $1 ' 75 $2.50 and $2.90 per pair. 300 Lady's Ribbed Jersey fitting Vests only 20c each. Thirteen pounds Standard Granulated Sugar $1. Arbuckle Coffee 25c; 4 lbs. Soda for 25c 14 Doundq light Brown Sugar for $1. This GREAT CLEARANCE SALE will continue for a few weeks only Do not delay, but come early, before the rush. You can not mistake the place; follow the crowd BigXXjUUJLLL . u., lO UJ. g-e- t 4, - JL7UU.UJ.t3 UJJJJUOUC JL7 UJ-LLC- 1LUUDD, UOjU.JL.KJ1 jcy JOE 8. JONES. Tho Finest ontRarth-ThJ run-line a" ) GRAB ORCHARD. -- Colored Department. (To the Editor of the Interior Journal A- Happy Christmas -- "Work Nontly nnd Promptly Dono committee. Tho proceeds And Warranted by amounted to $15, which is to go towards TO ALL Dr. W. M. Doores and S. D. Muceo defraying THOMAS RICHARDS. Stanford. IT. tho expenses of tho public bought last week of several parties in school. Hon. George W. Gentry, who ToTo'ce W tho vicinity of 24 head of cattle, averag- has been stationed at Tyrone as storeing 1,000 pound, at 2.10 and shipped keeper, Bucklen'e Arnica Salve came homo Saturday night, to ) WW National Building' Lou ikociatlos, them to Cincinnati. The belt lalve remain until after tho Xmas holidays. ores, ulceri, nit in the world for cut, bruiiri, rheum, fever orrt, tetter, chapMrs. W. K. Buchanan's school in Rev. E. Wilson is all assisting in a protacted ped handt, chilblains, corns and no skir. erup OF LOUISVILLE, KY, F H lions and positively cures piles, or pay requir tho Holmes neighborhood closed Friday. meeting at Danville. His pulpit was cd. It it guaranteed to give perfect taUtfactioc, Miss Lucy Pennington, Ktlie anfl MarPrice JJ cents per boa. JOHN II I.KATHKRS, President: nr money refunded on the 14th by Hov. Caldwell, of JOHN I. DCNLAP. For sale by .v it. rennv, stantoru, ry. Who in order to make all enjoy the Holiday season has put forth the garet Holmes and Masterd Joe Nowland Itev. George W. Bollimr. oostorof among those the and Harry Collier wero Tho Safest and Best Inrestment Romnrkablo Kotscuo' greatest effort of his life in making his purchases of Baptist church, preached an interMrs, Michael Curtain, I'lalnfieldlll., makes the who received rewards for scholarship, esting and instructive sermon Sunday statement that she caught cold, whkh stilled on In the Slate. deportment &c, while all enjoyed a evening to a largo and by her her lungs, ihi attentive audi family physician was treated for a monthtold her Duesoocentt per share per month No deduitiotu but Ktew worse. He regular Santa Claus treat. from monthly dues for any purpose. ence. Isaac Hubble, Leo Armstead and she was a hopeless victim of consumption and that sugIter Mr. Will Hipgins, of Somerset, arno medicine Thomas Leavell, who have been on the gested the uitcould cure her New druggist tor Paid 12 Por Coat, Discovery of Dr King's tho First Year rived Thursday. Miss Nellie Yantis is sick list for deand to Consumption; she several weeks, are now out light found herself bought a bottle first doseher Mie Of business, benefited from viHitiug friends in Lancaster. Miss Ma of danger and we hope will soon be re continued its use and after taking ten bottles the Kvery $4.( Certainly none can fail to appreciate the pains he has taken to Invested on 10 shares Kama $3 on ry Curtisand Fannie Coulter, accompa- stored to found herself sound ami well, now decs her own a housework and is as well as she ever was Kor particulars, write their former health. Mrs. Free C.U.PHILLIPS. please all. nied by Messrs. Walter Garner and trial bottles of l flu, West Main St , Louisville. Ky Good is still quite Two of ny's drug store;this Great Discovery at A K Pen large bottles 50c and It. John Bingaman, went to Mitchellsburg, Mr. Joseph Heed's children sick. aroquitesick last week, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Charley with Mnppy Uooalora malarial fever. Misses Curtis, Hicgins, sou and Idaville, Curtis. Mrs. John Wis, Campbell and Pennington, of Crab Or- writes: Timmons, postmaster ol uone mornIndiana, Newport News A Mississippi Valley nir me "r.iectric iimert Co., "K. D. ' daughter, Mr. Simon and Miss Susie, chard, Solid VeatibuledTVatot to than all other medlunes combined, for that bad were the guests of Miss A. V. feeling arising from kidney and liver trouble.' left Monday afternoon for Middlesboro. Carr on tho fith. John Leslie, farmer and stockman, of same place Philadelphia Mr. A. H. Btstin has taken possession sayc "Kind Electric lliltera 10 be the best kidBaltimore, New York, ney and liver medicine, made me feel like a new simply immense and must be seen to be fully appreciated. He of tho property ho Intely purchased of Chief, tho big elephant presented to man-J, V. Gardner, hardware merchant, same Alt points Kast and Southeast, lust feels that he has A. W. Montgomery. MisLula Owsley, tho Zoo at Cincinnati by John Kobin-so- town, says: "Klectric Hitters is don't the thing for Only one night out Irom Leatngton, care whetha roan who is all run down and Corrected Time Card in fcffect Nov 16, 1S00 is the Ruest of A. W. Montof Hubble, becamo so vicious and dangerous he er he lives or dies; lie found new strength, good appetite and felt just like he had a new loase on gomery. Mr. J. II. Collier returned Fri- hud tp be killed. Eleven life Only 5c a bottle at A, R. Penny's drug iT.ii- TastMaiT Accom. STATIONS l.xpresa Daily day from Louisville and Cincinnati, cartridges from Sharpo's rifles wero fired store. m K SO DaiIy where he has been buying Christmas into his forehead without apparent ell'ect Mltcri None anil I.ltcrrllM Lve Stanford ii jo n'n J ; am " Leaington..... i 6 is pm 40 am 50 n'n goods. Mrs. Fannie Fdmiston has just and as many into his side behind his An Important iliic vinr llvv net on the 5 " Winchester llvnr. (.toiimcn ui.u tntvincu me nrrrea n 4J pm o JSPm received the photographs of her niece fore leg, still without result 40 pm " K. U. Junction. A n'vr prlnci' le Tlmy tiolily euro lillU'is-neiIt was , Ml. Sterling.. to p.i nml rnnstiwa pm And wants every one to call and see it whether they buy anything or and nephew from Missouri. Miss S. th n suggested that a few shots bo put tlou. b.ul las ' for ,u I noiii'-- ofid ehlu1rn " Morehead .. 1 jo pm I as pm 7 4PBJ " Splrn Hii'ti. 43 pm Olive Hill.... :lt iloufu' Eva Bedinger, one of tho faculty of Stan- behind his ear. Theso brought him Stiulleil. tut.iK'it eats. not. 3 J pm 10 oopm " Ashland. Uatnplca frvu ui A U I'.n.nj a titatitorJ. to as pm 35 pm ford College, camo up with Miss Alice down, but Old Chief had tho " Catlettsburg. ... to a) pm 5 SO pm 8 is am S 35 am Tlie " Huntington ... Thanking otic aid all for a liberal share of trade during the year, he Stuart to spend Sunday. Also little Miss of Beeing thorn fire .12 bullets satisfaction Tho hlglinn VoiKlurfiit Tesvcr. is oy pin 6 a$ pm it 9 10 am at him in Tower, trurtitr In ho world Klffel nt I'urn. l.iwo fort high, nut the great Liz.io Monefeo. Mr. W. K. Buchanan all before ho gave up the ghost. He wishes all a happy Christmas year. WEST HOUND. discovery of Dr l'ninklin Miles l to returned from Middlesboro Wednesday, was 28 years old, !) feet 11 inches high towtr fur iiIkivu It In promoting hiiinnn s mil lii'nUli. Ttti wonderful nnrva i Lve. Huntington...,, where he has been for .hoiuo time mak- and weighed about flvo tons. Since tho i lo pm 6 00 an 3 00 pm builds up nornnut iirms. euros fits, " Catlettsluri?.. I to pm 6 aC am , ing arrangements to movo his family death of Barnum's Jumbo ho was tho spasms, henilacho, ncrvoni prosit atloii, 3 6 pm " Ashland 40 pill 6 so am 3 40 pm You feel tired Do you kuov sl;opk'snrs nutilti y palus, spinal , " Olive Hill a 5 pin 8 thither. T. K. Pettus has returned from largest elephant in captivity and the trouble, etc. Mrs John H. Miller, of 47 am 4 an ant M Mt. Sterling .. what it means? "i'ou are ner pm 10 4 Intl., mil J D. Taylor of I.OKansporl. a am 6 S ni " ufter one month's stay. Ho most vicious. 5 07 pm 11 At am 7 is am Jnd , gained tt tHitiinls a mntli while tuklng Arr Wincheter..... vous "Why? You cough in the Florida, Lexington .,,.,. VTl ft .lL. J 35 pm 11 4pm 8 10 am it. Finely illiioliiiti'd trimsti'iin "nervous saysthero is noplace like Old Kentucky A deficit of $33,000,000 in tho single morning Do you realize the cause; and Biruie Fish is quite sick with la grippe. item of ponsious is glibly announced as rt'rviuo, ireo tjinpl u, Ixiltl.i of the Ilvatoralirr nno guatanteei CTmlteTvlTtTbuleTnTTpTeT ui . funny Your appetite is poor What makes Mrs. rUUM tl.lllt, ur... . It. " Put Allie King hasgouo to Somerset to if it wero a small thing, and indeed for a lluffet c ivcpcrs uelwri--.i.u t M . ... ....inmanetibuled Washington ? You seem like a changed it bo isvuie, i.exington, XhonMnutlH 'lt and h sister, Mrs. Judio Higgins, who population of some 03,000,000 it is less la a recent wrl; on Heart Dineate, Dr Old Point CoirVfort maao part of tho person to your friends Do you see r celebrated is quite 6ick. Messrs. Briggs, of Now than a dollar ahead. But look Kranltlln Miles tlm know what is tho matter, or has at it in many new and startling mitud apeclalist-glv- ca of faclH. Tl.ousands V. and Price, of Danville, worn up another way: At 5 per cent, arc slowly f it takes poople themselves iuioafiig themsolret. the change been so gradual it has York, on l" Y,,T.V.ng.,on run tlle c- - V O. Route by tho ur of tea. rofT, tolost week on a hunting expedition and more than $(550,000,000 to nuko it; ,1,1rast .Mail trains escaped your notice ? at l bacco nnd alcohol. TtiPfcu aru Haart Whloa. Lexington and it . i "1"P 3'jnday be while hero stopped with Mr. J. II. per cent, it takes SSoO.000.000. In ntu., causing It to brat rapidly lliun graduilly wear tween connection .. Huntington "MI, . Make - trect r fl( .1.1. with r U. . .. nB it out, producing shortuesa of breath when You havo Consumption Hutchings. Tho little boys havo organ WOrtlS, tno UH0 UIi tlieso " a',Winchester with K C' R R. north ami south hound, and at I unonnoilS kimiih eierclslng. pains in milo nntl shoulder. hunr it"u & N., L and faint Wo do not say this to frighten ized a military company. Wudo Per- UJURIUO williurann iroill the ...,.. i . to den death apeilt. Finally heurt failure and and. L Lcxuiston S. and C No r ,' e&M,mi11 KorwcalieiW nnd Irritated hearts and Ollvi 11.11 a. '.' ' hiW4U highly mcommend ttaa Connects at Wmrh .,.;. daily. th0 Pre ev'rT "! is true. Theso aro tho sure symptoms of this terrible disease- There kins is captain and Andrew Buchanan meet one Single deficit. N. Y. """u. you, but it Ix'xingtor. with L S R H general. Mr. John Edmiston received Tt,. Uoston Transcript says tho lot- - New ,eart Curu uscovrrod by Dr. Kranktln and at full is one thing which will check it and that is Mllc.wUichlrormout A.lU'eiinY'i.Ktanford. For rath0"1"1.""' regard Thursday from the Quarier Master at est thing is to drop the m in tho abbreviAc .apply ,0 any .get of 0, 18 head stones for thobo Wushiugsou The United States fish commission ation A. m. and i m. As "for instance: soldiers who di"d hero (hiring tho war. It la recommended by the best physicians In Europe and America. Tho Rev. Phillips Brooks will preach has, nt the request of Congressman WiN S eeuta, 50 ecnle susd 1 1.0s jser Bottle. Mr. Isaac Mayfield, of Pineville, is hero son, placed 5,000 carp in tho Cumberland IlARNEYi,UC,nn Osh,0 G. next Sunday at 11 a. and 4:30 p. Broadway, New York. to see bis best girl. W, H. HOOKER & CO.. 46 river at Barbourvillo. C.M.,Le,ing,'uu,K;Vffi(Ky SAYS- - early in tho spring. Tho supper was managed by Misses Cook, Givens, Peyton and Carr, Charley Dunlin is tearing away the and was a grand success, which is attribold shop on his premises, making prep utable to the skillful management of the arations to build h handsome residenco above named ness. Cincinnati, Hamilton A Dayton R R i Curtis Gover has opened a barroom In connection with tho literary enter- the only line running Pullman's Perltcted Safety Vcstibulcd Trains, with Chair. Parlor, Sleeping in one of the rooms of bis livery stable. tainment given and Dining Car at tho Baptist church by dianapolls and service between Cincinnati, In Chicago and it the only line of Geo. L. James Born to tho wife tho Y. M. I), and L. L. Society, there was Through Kiclinmg Chair Cart bstween On-- c aion and would be pleased to receive any work tn the way of n fine baby, njtirl. May it bo also a supper given by nnatl, Keokuk tho school chil- Car Cincinnati toand Springfield, til. andMccpIng Mat kinaw, and the to them a joy and source of great happid TO THE PTJBEIC. dren. Tfi? i M mr jC3w M XL. Ky. Hetween Cincinnati, Dayton Lima. Toledo, Detroit, the Laic Region and Canada. The road is ene of the oldest in the State ol Ohloand the only line entering Cincinnati ore r i rniles of double track, and from III patt record can more than assure Its pairona speed, comfort ami safety Ticketion tale everywhere, and tee that they read C , It. A D , either in or out of Cincinnati, Indianapolis or Toledo. K. O McCORMICK. General Passenger and Ticket Agent Only Olroct Lino Watch, Clock or Jewelry Repair- ing. Alta repairing Sewing Machines, Uuot. Pistols ' Locks, Ac All nete t""' "$ i """" McKinney, fill-e- d e. Dan-vill- To-da- y HOLIDAY GOODS. , Nar-ciss- 8i-- V The Latest of Everything You will Find in His Selection. OLD EY. ROUTE Washington, Itjs " n, The Holiday Stock of this Section of the State, T M four-inc- h m 1 i . l.v.-r- i I ',., . . . . I hsppi-lies- medl-cliu- rtlrtl-licsa- DO WHAT ! Vnlpa-ratao- YOU JiAILS YOU? -- rolrtcei. wak-etilnf- F. F. ?" n 1 1- ":"" . KNOW ntW 5 - - I "m'a"?n sf-morS- DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY. Wo, ,,. Zuni ..V, 1 Jitf-j- tt JWa-j- v iyUvfcgxU-- 5. -- iw I ,. ., n intmUjt,