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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891102001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. HUSTONVILIE. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1891. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. 1 Lock at your Label! and sec if rcu are! behind in subscript ition. I170U are remit at en once. NO. 66 n -- Perry Diinlan, a well known neSro, A new stave mill has just been esAnother instance of tho Intkiuou and died Friday. I'erry Iiiih eaHed many a tablished near Lee Muhan's residence, Jouinai.'s broadcast distribution Klbert Stilling3 g)t a little too much thoipuc.li overhauling contiiH in a llooil row at the polls, as both sides always C. 0 D. liquor Saturday night and rais-ciVculars and postals for answers to "claimed him." of Master Com in dinner It. A. Iturn-peed such a racket on the streets that he our P. M from manufacturer who up- l days, was put in jail until Monday morning, press-- j side Iibh been very sick for to have learned, whilst tho S. A. Ljvolacu A: Co , druggists, havo room odor of our paper wan still fresh, but at this writing is improving. Mm agitating a water-- 1 brother, Dr. IttiniHide, of H.trbourville, put what little they saved from tho ro- that HuHtonvilKi wbh , ecnt tire into the storn room of John 15. works enterprise. Fortunately or un-- in here iittuncliiitr him. While attending the trotH nt Oakley and will be glad to see any und ' fortunately a shower linn fallen ami a of water ImtiHtiK i ""t im- - ington lust week, our wpular circuit all who may ovo them anything or want probable, which insures a lull of interest t'lerk, V. B. Mason, hd hi valuable to buy anything they have lelt. Tlie court of claims m tlo allowances in the proposed pipe lino and ruhorvoir. gold watch stolon. The matter wastePrtod to the polio, but nothing lite, to the amount of alwitt $0,500. Henry your editorial reference to the -Imore on his OukHt whs allowed cure jou on.it '' Keoley fm-- t square of the liottnin -- About contract for h walk and stone wall in v., one of the moat at true- what will pro t ' U" f,"K,1,,fl7t ,l,l, "f 0HSrM: A more ' front of the live details of the nystent to a repentant nml Me.ley fell through on will be given Friday. statement victim, whoso faith might betaken by of the Ith ...at. and in a she. Postmaster Weaver is almost thro dread of bavin his supplies withdrawn. H'" "M ho pond with his visits to the county postofiiccs, time all the water escaped. At .Ui.iii.nm. from the rl.ni.pie a new " ;"'? in cirvumference, with an lacking about a day's ride of finishing, favor-1.1 patient is furnished a bottle of erae ,le,th ... water of m.ven feel, lie thinks that, although lie don't get ite bsverago to bo used in quantitn to made its appearance at a auv pay for his trips.it is of great adallay th appetite bet ween hm daily calk .drnut a .p.artor o a mile fmm vantage to many of tho country postying and rush ng dtntn over he and returned as often as emptied to iN.nd, . ofiiccs. refilled or exchanged for a smaller ll the Jailer I.ovell Iihs a new boarder who "' ' tliu neighborhood, filled the of the crav-the patient llmls himself rid Creek that were nearly arrived SaturJ ty night for safe keeping ing ...id voluntarily declines a furl,, Pol8 in Ku,jar plenty of water or and will probably stav with him 21 years. ry. tbu Hupplv. InMeadof an ollort to- with-the tock on the farms adjacent to the Dan says ho weighs IN pouml.s, but Dr. draw 'patient from tho temptations of creek. Tlie neighbors were greatly Caldwell thinks not over two less. Any- convenient access to their curse, hh elab alarmed when the immense How of wa- how, the mother and babe aro both doornttlv furnished and supplied ' r was difcovered, but while all were ing well. is a part of the hotel at which the pa- tt sorry at tho loss sustained by the Messrs. The Flat Lick, Pulaski county, iiase tient stops. It is to be devoutly hoped Ben.loy, they were glad to net tho bene-ti- t ball club was here Friday to beat the Keeley is not tho gentleman of that Dr. of the water that filled the creek. Loudon nine, but as has always been Keeley motor notoriety in a now role. Nothing is known as to what became of the case, they didn't near do it. The A rather larger Saturday afternoon tish, m the pond was well stocked game passed oil satisfactorily to all, the' crowd than usual was drawn by Sam the perch, newlii:ht.n, &c. Flat Lick hoys being gentlemanly in evMeuofoo's pouter thnt he would be here with ery way and left us contented, and the with u big supply of blank on that date CHURCH AFFAIRS. ... hwiters of course couldn't complain. .1..!.. .....1 nil l.lA.vKlklfultlllll ff1l1M . lil l;tl.'lilO HUM .111 iuvaiiihihiiuiv It ha been publishe I in all the protracted meeting conducted Tho tain pen, anxious to fill in names and by Ho v. James V. Ztchary at Junction newspapers of the State that Breckinamounts as fast as voters will br polled kangaroo sys-- City resulted in :JI accessions to tho ridge county lias just achieved its first under the new house. The mountain town fair warning that alarire Christian church. tern. Sam gives Klder Joseph H.dlou is holding a of louden had one several years ago of cardiac callosity is a well amount and can soon boast of another, which taullshud frequence to a few months' meeting at Ml. Xnin. which ha, will surpass anything of like nature in ed so far in V2 addition, ft of whoin with a deputy sheriffs any town of 1,000 inhabitants in Ken- fewwd Sunday night, and as a matrimonial veilMr.T. H. Morris has retired from tucky. turo is mutually most probable in the The case of of Sarah J. Matson vs. he shall not be the Kentucky Methodist, because Ite v. Knd. lie nrav WW ' H. 0. Morribon, his partimr, persisted in Charles li. Matsou for $10,000 damages handicapped by a reputation of supreme in the common ideas court resulted in a linrd.heartcdncss. which mustlbe an in-- 1 making it a sanctiticntion paper. Itev. A. . Mzemoro preached iwo decision for the defendant. Tho plea of eviUble outgrowth of his summary deal ings with delinquent after the limit ex- good sermons for the llaptlst congrega- tho plaiutifi' was that the defendant had laugugu and pires. Tuuoanre hard, money exceedingly tion .Sunday, which was much pleased entered her room and used had prostrated call demonstrations that icarconnd notwithstanding our republi- with him. He will likely accept tho and damaged her to the extent of $10,000 can friends" iS declarations that tarUJs for his full time here. Conven- when she was already iu a feeble condiThe District Sunday-schoo- l increase wages and the manufacturers bo forgot- tion of the Christian church will be held tion. pay the imports, it must not Mrs. Win. Lovelace, Sr., iB down at the Christian church injunction City ten that many of tho humblest 'JOth iust sick with what is supposed to be pneuin the Plutonian plutocracy were beginning on the night of 'he and continuing tho :0th and :ilst. All monia, thought to havo been brought better men than the average Sunday-schoolin Hoylo and adjoining on by exposure during tho recent fire. ami death and taxes of counties are cordially requested to send Mr. Granville Pitman, who left here over things which the aro the two poor man should frame and hang over one or more delegates to the convention 50 years ago is on a visit to the county of to report the condition of your work, his nativity. Mr. Pitman is aged and fireplace. the family-rooSuuday-schohas many reminiscences of his boyhood Miss Mollle Morton, of Ruddle's and bring the. gifts from each support the general .Sunday-scho- days to relate. There are very few of to Mill, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Bishop. work of Kentucky. James V. those heOnce know left on this siilo of Judge It. J. Breckinridge parsed thro' g the river of uncertainty. 'aclmry. a to Casey last week, armed with shot-guand a good supply of DEATH'S 00INGS. CRAB ORCHARD. cartridges, in view of the aggressive qualMns. Betsv Jan Lkavkm., who was Itev. Amos Stout, assisted by ltev. ities of Cahey county squirrels andj.'part-ridgeOn his return lie reported a suc- Miss Logan, of this county, died recently Blake, of Richmond, has just closed a cessful run of the gauntlet, Ibut ;John at her home in Piatt county, Mo., aged successful meeting here, with about lo She was tho widow ofArchyLeav- - confessions and eevoial by letter. Wilkinson had successfully sccrctedjthe o ... ..!..: .... ..rrtnf ' ell. !.. .1... ........I. ...! 1.. I . Mr. J. T. Chadwick is building a JUUKUBY1CUUW...M.W..U... -- Mrs.Thurman.the wife of Judge . t i mw .. .. ..t. t..t. oisiauuory 1.... wan uuuuu Allen G. Thurman, died Saturday ufter- - very pretty dwelling on Richmond avol iniracttou able which would warrant an interview noon at Columbus, O. Judge Thurman enue, which will add to the beauty of with grand jury and Commonwealth's is in a very feeble condition and is old Crab Orchard. Mr J. H. Stephens attorney. Mr Thomas Cecil has rented thought that he will not long survive his has his neat little homo about complete and ready to occupy. the Oldham properly t Milledgevillu wife. Capt. F. W. Dillionand Mrs. Crockett removed temporarily to that city, and Another good old Mother iu Zion whilst ho looks for a suitable location has gone to her reward. Mrs. Nancy Wilmore were married in Lexington Monnearer Danville. John W. lteid remov- Monday, after a long life filled with good day. This was quite asurprise'tothoir maed to tho Cecil property hit week. Mrs. deeds and loving example, died yester- ny friends, but wo learn from the captain Frnnkio Cflbbell purchased Mr. Itehl's day morning at tlie home of her daugh- that they had been engaged about eight handsome ami convenient residence anil ter, Mrs. J. A. Harris, of paralysis. She years. May they live long. The bchool election, which came oil' appurtenances on Briu'iioidsvillo avenue was St years of age and had been a for 5S00 and will take possession this member of the Baptist church for near at this place Saturday, was very close, week. W. li Wright bought Mis. Cab ly the whole time. Her other daughter, but ended iu favor of tlie school. We bell's property, four milt b out on tho Mrs. G. W. Bronaugh, was quite ill and are sorry to say beveral parties allowed Liberty pike, ami will open b general va- could not have the mournful satisfaction themselves to become very much excitriety storu at Dave KUfe'a old stand, of attending her in her last hours. The ed over this election. People should remember that this is Free Amerwhich will give that neighborhood two remains will be taken to Richmond tocountry stores within a mile. day and laid by her husband, who pre- ica. Misses Katie Napier and Sibra Huys Mr. J. B. Green has recovered snfiioient- - ceded us to tho tomb many years. visiting Miss Mary Anna McClure. business. Sum Brown is are ly to resumu MHiHiiHHaBnni Mr. Cochran, of Pittsburg, Pa., is visitJennets and Jacks For Sale. again on tho Btreet, after nearly a mouth's Finding that our stock farm interferes ing 0110 of our most intelligent young laconfinement. Mrs. Maggie Carpenter, of Kansas City, was expected khuro last too largely with our legal profession, we dies Mr. John King and Miss Ada week, but had not arrived Saturday ev- havo decided to sell all of our stock and Shropshire, of Kansas, were married in ening. Letters to this address indicate will on Monday, November lid, 181)1, it Lexington Thursday and arrived at his that ahe started on time, but probably being county court day, soil at public mother, Mrs. Barker's, on Friday, surBtopped oil with souio of her .many auction in Lebanon, Kentucky, 15 head prising her very much, as he had kopt it friends along the road. Miss Annie of jennets, ranging from one to seven a profound secret. Mr. and Mrs. It. L. black-eyebeauty of Lebanon, years old; also three yearling and two Collier have returned from the mouna left last week for a visit to U'inovillo suckling jack colts. The jennota and tains to winter in Crab Orchard. friends before returning home. Squire jacks are black, with white points, and "Happy Jack" was on the war path was the best selection in breeding si.e, form John F.llis, a yesterday. Ho not only wanted to whip Hyhero last Saturday and Sunday on a and stylo in Kentucky. Wo solectetl for collecting tho school ing visit, his first since he came in to and bred them with a view of having the Sherilf Menefee tax I had levied, but would have whipvote for the new constitution tho first beat, and can assure all that they are ped mo if I hadn't run. Jack isn't alMonday iu August. Minor Vanarsdell, strictly at least ho didn't seem so Wo mean business and will sell nt ways happy, of Harrodsourg, was here dast week to yesterday. Tilford Messer. take orders for epitaphs. J. K. Helm Lebanon next county court day on a has tried farming the past year on some credit of three months. Binkablo notes Bucklen's Arnica Salve (.land, required. For catalogue apply to Ben of Mercer county's best The bet alvc in the world for cuts, brmiei chaporei, ulcer, salt rheum, fever sorei, letter, but finds old Lincoln the most inviting Spalding, Lebanon, Ky. ped hand, chilblains, corns and all sklr, crup It. G. II11.1., lions and positively curei piles, or no pay requirBpot found in his extensive travels and ed It is inurantred to Kivo perfect satislactior, Hiu., Ju. t to disposing of his outsidd Price 5 cent per box. preparatory money refunded. "or sale by A R. l'ennv, btaulord, Ky. himself iu and interests his native county, has routed the old Now Try This do you Stagg farm near Milledgovillo and will it will cost you anothing and will surely coimh, cold or any trouble with ,.a If vou haelunp,. Or. King's New .Di.cov-ervtake poscssion ut the earliest convenient WIimi D.ibj- was sick, wo cT0 tor Castorla. che, to' "guar-antciConsumption. Coushs and Cold,paid date. Jim's many friends will cordially When hu w as a Child, slio crieJ for Castorla. tehrl or money w.ll be the thmC neighto When he becamo Miss, ho clung to Castoria. him back to his native found it just welcome from U irip Sul recov. a speedy When she bid Children, tho Uo them Castorla, and under its use hdbottle at and perfect ' borhood. our expense and sample ar i M.'v-ra- j CLEAN SWEEP THIS TUMZIE. I 9 OF ' ' n whiHky-app.'tit- o 'r,I';( '' 1 S18,000'S UM WORTH HAW w. XX court-hous- e. coin-plu- I - ' 1 1 1 , '"'" MR or Pi flTOTWf1 m. To go into the hands of the people at once. Having - 1 j bar-ioo- DECEDED TO QUST BUSiNESS We commence at once a ! Grand Glosing & Clearance Sale of my entire stock in all departments, and surrender the field to other hands, which we do with a feeling of sincere gratitude to the warm-heartepeople who have so generously sustained us and in a spirit of generosity that we have never had cause to entertain toward any other community, I propose to wind up my business here with one crowning act of liberality that shall not be equalled in years to come. No better assortment of goods can be found in this section of country and all must and d 1 three-htor- - j result-companions- , j : tht Will be Sacrificed at Once Together with the olllco-holde- rn stump-howle- rs , to-da- deiid-siir- u ENTIRE : FIXTURES, All kinds of no- ol ol breech-loadin- as we must vacate the rooms in a very few weeks. We have Contained in our large double store-roomgot to lose money and we have got the nerve to do it. People shall either load up at once or forever wish they had. n s. All Wool Dress Goods. Stripe and plaid suitings, velvets, plushes, &c, as well as lower grade dress goods. tions, clothing, hats, caps, boots and shoes. Will be sold at . . I ONE-HAL- F Off REGULAR PRICES -- Our- Clothing Department. cassimere suits we were selling for S10, $12 and $15, now go for SS. Our $io, $12 Our fine, jeans pants, 95 cents, worth $1.50. and S15 Overcoats will go in this sale for $S.50. Men's all-woall-wool Boots and Shoes. Ladies' fine, button calf or lace shoes for 90 cts., worth $1.50 any where. Men's finecalf boots, S1.25, ladies buckle arctics, 75 cts., ladies' and misses' best rubbers, 20 cts. per pair, ladies' and men's fine, cus1 custom-made- , shoes at less than manufacturing prices. machine and hand-sewed first-clas- s Hats and Caps. Almost given away. Very best machine thread, 4 cts. per spool, 45 cts. for 15 spools, 3of which are hand thread. Three papers of best needles for 5 cts. and an endless variety of notions too tedious to mention. Bel-do- n, d or, Almost Given Away. Arbuckle's Coffee, 22 4 cts. per pound. 20 pounds granulated sugar, $1. 7 cakes of laundry soap 25 cts. Indigo blue, cts. 4 pounds soda, 25 cts. Pearline, 2 cts. per package. Prints, standard, 4 oil red and Simpson's black, 5 cents per yard. Ladies' heavy ribbed vests, 20 cts., jersey fitting. first-class- . m blue-gras- s as. .. - or d Four clothing counters, 1 cashier desk, 7 large Rochester lamps, 1 coal oil can and pump, 5 fine, plated show cases. 1 heating stove and nine. j 00 feet of iron disnlav rods. X nn'irnf ........ 1 counter and I nlatfnrm.' mirl nrhr tliinrrc tnn . 4 "to" "" numerous to mention. Every thing must be closed out to vacate the rooms. The above prices will serve as samples of our immense reductions throughout our entire stock. Our thousands of friends are cordially invited to call and get some grand bargains of remembrance. Early comers get first choice and consumers should hasten to avail themselves of this opportunity to buy goods off of regular prices. Our rooms must be vacated. to one-hal- f at one-thir. House. Cash Itargain Store, Stanford, Ky. Opposite the l'ortman 1 1 LIST OF FIXTURES TO HE SOLD REGARDLESS OK VALUE: iii -- d rf-- J In Montgomery Bold 100 acres of com at S'J au acre. fearn for yourself just how Rood a thmC it Is. In-a- l Large tettlci fcee at A R. 1'enoy' drutf More. site jo cents and Ji. Try a ' t .&" I s IK -- . L 1 it. V-- 4 p" v sr-J- S Semi-Week- ly Interior Journl I Iliii Joy Knver Kllln. "My der.r grandson." said the loving FORGOTTEN BY THE WORLD. Published Every Tuesday and Fr day grandmother as she gently stroked the Tho Obscure. Olil Asn iif n Once) t'ninnus boy's fair hair, "I find my sight is fail-- I Writer. MT ing me, and I fwir that ere long I nhrtll Forty years ago the critics of America j no longer be nhle to knit the socks which nnd England united in declaring that I have Font yon so regularry during tho TWhn not so paid $2 GO ll e charged." Ilormau Melville was the greatest depast live years.' scriptive and fiction writer of the time. "Oh, do licit say so. my dear As a youth he had roved fur and mii K.L. LOCAL TIME CARD. exclaimed the young mim in a gTand-mother," , Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning at 3:10 p.m. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North " " " South Express train " South " ' " North Local Freight North t 13 a m 347 am 1 passionate otitlmrst a the light oF n great joy brok over his face "This ia cannot bear it." too. too much Clothier and Furnisher. 1 30 pin 134pm Illustrated Plirnin, turfr ..v-- South. jupui The latter train also carry passengers. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar time is about so minutrs faster .6)n r 1 For Boris, PhrspSes . carbuncles, scrofufous sores, eczema, ajid all ether blood diseases, take It will relieve and cure Oyer's Sa.'sapar.aia that i r.' .. The volume had nuiurroUK editions, and tablets which oommeinorate the heroes was trninlfttivl into several i:umpen of 1SB1-- 6. The Slrst ttoor front is in store luiifpiaged. It was quickly followml by rooms, book of mteo!.vtth Mnand haatinc which is the arrowy, dyspepsia, nervous Ami uffer the i,nir "Unioo. n NiirRttive of Adveutnres in witli a gun room in the it tn the puMic. Ilrand while nvw vehicles an I ireih n( blooded bottrt make my iKtiarrttNoi tho youth Seas." Tta author's pmised the aecoud lhar is umh! for t4Mts. The J J. WIMnv.s.Mt.Veme; debility, and table cemre with wore on every tongue, and an English coot Wasab.nit f7o.00t. and the J. l Hail. SlaMoro; rent of tired feeling. reviewer declared that "Mnrqnesan Mel- tho store and offices will not only ay Tho Bost in tho Country. J. S. lw.Uj,atai.fnri Gl.r me a rail. ville is the phu'inx of modern voyagers the lemainino; iu)le')dness but Mijijdy b J. Rsabry, JiUnferti ; i u 1'. wrtv prung. it would seem, from tho min- a Itnolaml; J.;t AI.. BURNS. M.tir A SH0E7 TRAMP AFTER DINNER (uml ror iejirs, lurther iiennaueut gled aehes of Captain Cook and Hobin-eo- udernment8 and military A. W. CaryMtar, MHMfesille; will cure you. Harper's U.izar tirpoen. Crusoe." J. K.rtaojraaMM, HeMtoavlllr; For ti doiten yirs he wn.s J r.Caai., iuwfli.o; the liteniry idol at home and abroad, True to Ills friend. UlfliMi Oeoch, Snlurd. Ky. and tho Dublin Univemitv Magazine de Tlie trains on nr.eof the railroads lead. 3. St. pVLSSsK S. II. ilheoM, IrosMat. ing into Atlanta are notoriously Plow, clared that lie ws "u man of whom SI ANIOItl), KV Ik a Candidal" lor SURGEON DENTIST. J. II. Owsley, Cashier and they are on time account much fre- America has rea.sou to be proud as one jcl t', l lie aLtloo otSheriff ,( Linroln en mty, s the W. M. Wrttht, Teller prl. Office 011 Main street, over W. I, McRobertt' quented by tramps who can readily of her greatest giants in literature." JOS1SP27 Drug Store, Stanford. J Ii lUotrhntan. General Ul Keeper All this was "before tho war." The catch on as they pull out of stations. Not long ago as a train stopped rest is sadness and obenritv. Melville i pn.v i'lhis lintel, renn.atetl and relutni'r-.sI lion us Sheriff. at a water tank a tr.uup. dnity ami tiiv.l dropped out of knowledge of the readers tn a i.iilidtc for ul irrt charge sjid ititei, 1.. ennuu n kid .i the ait ion ( the ilemocrac). Kipclton Nos in tmyaly R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. looking, slipped off a truck and ap- nnd writers of the United States, thonga maima.n us hth rep.itsti.in, hut tu .,.)d tu its knj lilt Irient4, pe, ia! a vonnnMJ-- I Newputt ho retained his hold tin the affections of proached the conduct' r tlrw ,1 (i,ii,.iin: ',,r ( ,,. ) , tMtat for commeriial travelers and flue rooms fur DENTIST. British, among whom his books are eln uwa i rains to the thedlsnlov of umnbt. "Ain't you the cr,.i luc'or?" he asked Office on Mam street, opposite Portman Home, "What were you doing under that Btill standard. How thoroughly he vn Slluc-Grns- s Philadelphia Kale upstairs. Nitrous Oxide das given for paiolcst A First-Clas- s Saloort car?" was all tho information he re- forgotten at home is shown by the fact Baltimore. Now York, extracting. STANFORD, KENTUCKV. that when a visiting English writer "a One hundred and seventy rt5ht and one half And Hlt.t.tAKD and POOL ItOOMS attached. All potnts FjisI ah't S atriceived. Only in liish Mate ei niKht out Irrnn LeiikKton. jMt comtv "Ridin; ynudi In ts'poao I was walltin. few years a,'o inquired at a gathering in ariesof anod land,new aham. two food cultivjunn A UtrK. olendU caiiintabd Corrcfled Time Catd n l.tlrvt Way II. itet New York of distinctly literary Ameri- other osithc. Will sell cheap. did yon?" 21. This land lies i mile (mm llssttetiiiile. Ky. JGiiMt Hoiitnl. "Well, what do you want' I'm the' cans what had become of Henunn MelHOUSE, Fast Mnil leaves Lc.lswtoM dailv at ; sc am. S. I. STAOO, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, conductor.'' ville, not only was there not one among Stanfssrd, Ky JA re Himhe.t.rS ti. Mt MernK l.se.tVlve lllll.,r P. U. KILBr. Proprietor. STANFORD, ICY. "For tho Lord's ?nke. mister, can't you them who was able to tell him. but there A.hUnd 11 j pm, Catletuknrc arrtvtar at put more steam on. or put a brakomnn was scarcely one who had evor heard of la o Office lu Odd Fellows' Uuilding, up stairs. London, - - - Kentucky. llunitnf tonKsoma.pm Leainetoo dsilv at f is Limltr.1 leaves tho man, albeit that man was then livS p. m. out behind to push her. or do something Office hours' 71060 m., to 1 p. m , 7 to pm, Win, hestee 70. Mt urlm 7 y ''Hive Hill to jit along faster! I want to git to ing within a half mile of tho place of the t have moved ta my new Hotel 4mI as brtlei siiatMi n n l siuttonnfr 10 a, arnvtaj at ;Mprepartd than ever to accommodate the nnhlse Jim conversation." Atlanta before the exposition is over." .. Aicomodatsun, ifalis, mewpt Sondar. leave. t na ..... . sno We offer site tne Acre el . mv . DR. W. B. A. heipr , Ho died theoth?r dav, this ouo time m.- l- soutli fr C. O ptivatetySonserset mud. Land 'J "Come oft." growled the conductor tn, Stl Mm. (itvc me a call. i' .va.oKiosi nt s i P" ot on the It has ired. arrl.lnj at Olive Hill m 10 pm hR 7 THANK RILKY. you don't like it whv don't "von monarch of the pen, ami a oingle New a dwelling and one atere house and harti. 40 acres "If Ac.vmmostotMMi, dally exrt Sunday, leaves " orchard ol York paper gave him a four line obitu- in itmb-- r. (m1 us Craoand plentyKv. water walk?" it Orcnartl, on I.liton as pm om, Wlncnoater tallitl pra. Mt Daily leave OMe ary. Then a noted critic felt moved to Call or address at HASTIN .V COLLI KK Mrrtmc n ,j am " Office South side Main street, in office recently "Because the presideut of this road i? v,.l ,. uiin. Ifu,,i Ashland It . am. Clubui vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. a friend of mine." and the tramp drew write or the event, and declared that it ,Kiu himself un in a dignified whv. "11ml if I is impossible for Robert Louis StevenV..kt Ilotiml RXS3NTT. son to wrest from riennan Melville tho Mail leave Hnntlsssrioa dnllv ,1 a w. m lk ri1 h l" there about eight M. CRAIG, DR. 6 .s, A.hUnd i jy. OHve Mill a Cnlettsl.urr . Ml .un,,j, itwii mui, ii mi lUiuiK'lill IIItUH in laureatship of the great South son. liut M.dt.-a7. VtinckettoT 11 nod arrlsea Lei-tHomoopathio Physician, at 11 s pm makm imkiud remarks, ain't goin what a fate! famous at noou, forgotten A 230 l.tmit.d l.piwst leavea nuMnanta da.lv at I at evening. pm. (alMt.'.utw , Aaklassd STANFORD, - - - - KENTUCKY.! back ou a triend in no sich low down so. HIc Hill W I tar f.tird ltlue Grass und, ier Mtlledjeville, tn relit manner as that, even if I didn't git to r ., Mi 'lln 4 j., Wmchoetsr jaandarrivti cedmc tnl t Ap, ly for iS;j rnv.lcc u( TACOMA'S BIG OFFER. m.; i to 3 p. m.; 8 to Office Hours: to to ti a nl rsing! h at j n an. KO Atlanta in time to mr.ke New Year's 1.1. to 9 p. m. Mtf calls; you hear me. cully conduc." Office ou Lancaster street, oppositecourt-hou.c- . Kreo Trains fur the Niitlnnnl Democratic The conductor gave him a seat in the 221 Ciiiiviitliui. smoking car after that, and he went to Tacomn. one of the Iwoming cities of sleep and forgot that there was any such place on the map as Atlanta. Detroit the far northwest, not satisfied with having done many big things, is now trying Lot on Main Street in Stanford Free Press. Ve.t.h..led F.pres'. rsin. daily and t as KWjl&Wa&'iPi - hS, . ' I wishtc tell privately my Farm o. 14a Acres V to do the biggest thing in modem politi- Stanford, acres, Containing " cal hiitory. She not only want tho situated .'.miles north of pleasure ry., on the pike. Will lake to Waahinatno. New York and saowme fil HWRBBbvCa f'He. Danville Vnltinliln Volee. ,J ,'""' fo't- This trw w mUt part af the !L V mf 3 TP H tii ,MA pmchase. Apply u Wil ermseasy. T.R. WALTON, Stanford. There are heights to be reached in national Democratic convention for 189'), w,y unc . ceiebraird . f VST til 5 lA J IIKIGHT. r every profession, ami it is not to lie won- but proposes to givo all tho delegates a 7nrRKN"r Vn T7HP QiTLi Ei firely Improved,excellent Farm dered at if those of his own profession free ride to Tacoma and home again. rwwctJvM,.. i". atr 1 af I lunrineiuR .' ike C. .V f) Kami. acres, 011 rUlX Oi Franklin K. Lane, editor of tho Talast Mail rains run dally ruHi Sunday bepike, 3 miles from depot. Millkr & Umsiey. nre considered sujienor to thoj-- of any vJId- tween Leintm. and II wni iucKms. Make direct OWIi'-T.- 1 . other by the enthusiastic artist Mar- coma Daily News, who is as much the cor. net ton at llnniiafton with C O ; at Ash of tho .. ed try Par' er Snot in the Com land min s. V. K ; at Uinchstaser with K C K author me re. tin, the popular French singnr. found ..i IUU tt... purs IstBTtl ..- - IHltSI-- . -- r W J e. flM'TCl ' IlRVinZ K. north ami x.ulh loand, and at l.ei.ttwtofl with WffC al It'r ed to a. commodate larsvheiue. aa any parmr. r. r . II in i..i) . crwrn,n NATIONAL BANK food for nileetion in au experience N , I. S and C .N. II. ,V T. p. R,roads. ;ii.ilr.-r- n dlc,atWe, n. anyt tn(r t'.ey Duly I. (ii v I etireton and other man, anil ana. e ... mt p.rvtiS5 uk j,,,, cash n.wpu wish in which he had with a oab driver Accommodation lin Cbildira also a . on. Call arepl Sunday. Olive Hill at WmcheMer todaily Tho I will continue huslnos mi tar the ami siciolty. Connect, OF SfANrOUD, KY. who is now travand JtbSi 'IIIMPS(iN, incident is related by the athor of "Souhi h the lirm of Hilton A Mcl'berum started out C sHnlsandat Uxiosliir. with L..V.V taCommsikUl Hotel. eling in aid or It, to i , a' d think can easily prove why it wilt ho It K. lor I nuittil.e venirs d'un Chauteur." myself. For beneficial to .r . . , LeuncUm and Ml SlerUac Aceommfklatlon, wiys: "We shall instance louk botn mt customers and at these priws, so j.minds uraoula .tiiirun unu a voice 01 grwtt compass Ai .t Sunday, and nsakea direct rims dal.y t Capital Stock-Surplu- s 1 have four rjietjial ted sugar for it, Arbuchlst'a coffee aj ceuta I I I PI f lion al Wtnchesier ! and from Mlddlesl.K-and most agreeable sound, of which he Also ft fHllPVU pound and all other Roeds ill proportion T.fll) P?U( ?V H awl Kichm.Hid, and at LealnKtsm with L. S. uh trains start from aaseon aaaa aian iisnoa mmoor ami 16,500 was decidedly proud. nu iiiiu ;t Wfilh- - 7r,l NatrUif:i maim nr lAUIIlUUllt Ullsl L2 L E I I Ky. for Louisville m reward . saw . For full information ness ior drawine: out rnmn ihmho j. ...... ...y.;. sue: ttitMs j to rates, loutei. crit Rowland, Ky. Attention of the public is invited to tho fact Ac , apply to aay agent of ihts er connecting lines "iii-.l:ithat this is tho only National Hank in Stanford. upon Under the provisions of the National Dank Act, 'll K. Ill' NT! ViTTO.V, One 'day. as he was being driven C. L. KNOWN, '"B1; ) mo J A. G. t.anham Tho Shortest and QutcUottt Itouto from depositors are secured not only by the captUl V P. and M ' G PA, "m f liability tor an througl the streets ol Paris in a cab. ho l'101'; Central Kentucky to nil pointa North stock, but by the stockholder Islington, Ky. l tni,m amount etju.il to. the stock, ko that depositors of taw Mime one imasing carelesslv in front ",,a y W Knst, V.'eet and South-Wof.W. KAkSn Fnu HXKKISON, this institution are secured by ;i fund of Stoo.ooo. of pick up the dele u .M.i x.n,,tj! Ky I P, A ,A'hUnd. Ky the cab, nnd in danger of being run Itno between Lexington and Clnclu-uutl- . F. K. LANE. Five sworn statements of theconditioti of the bank gate from tho each ear to the United States govern- - over. are made THROUGH TRAINS CINCINNATI TO MID tneiit and its assets are examined at ituted times "Whoa!" ho cried, in his mot sonorous sections it traverses as it goes along, aud by government agents, thus securing addititoo.il Dl.KMtOROUt.li and JKLLIC. the longest journey matte by any dele-- 1 i pcrf-- t safety to depontnrs. r tones. The coachman turned around and gate will bo less than live days. It will Tin institution, onsinn.ly established as the excitedly. SCIIEHUI.E IN KFl'KCT MAY 10.11 pClf PfinfiP hniTinfinV Deposit Hunk of Stanford in 1858, then VUIlIUUilT, beaglorious trip and Taconm will imv -No I. "Oh, monsieur!" he cried, "what .OL U.' ' as the National Hank ol Stanford in 1665 and No. s No 1 X. Aslul'.LJU '1 as the First National Hank of beautiful the bills. Wo have a hall that holds again whoa!' Ah, if only had Sunlord in is8j, has had practically an uninter 10,000 jieople. We have more and bigOFJMVISIWOO- Irupted existence of 12 ears It is better kupplud voice like that!" I, ve Cincinnati now with tucilities for trausictni); business prompt "Well, what would you do if you ger hotels than any citv of five times the Lve Covington., ly and liberally than ever before in its long and Lve Falmouth.- -, had?" asked Martin, with a smile, be- size, and will finish oue early nest year honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidu,, p ,n to p m M IE4 .. tS a Arr Paris 'AILti ciaries, firms aud individuals respectfully lieving that he had been recognized, aud Arr Undoubtedly it would to "good poli- - B AN Lve Lexington 11 as n in vllEE & pleased at the idea that his reputation '.j f' 15 1 in tyfl, 1'aos oni TWAMsTflW I TjAV tic.-.- " The Directory of this Hank is composed ot for any political party to oimju the Arr Winchester, extended even to tho driver in the T. J. Poster, of Stanford; MANAGERS, Arr Richmond. as p ml next campaign with its convention in msm streets. Arr Lancaster.. Forestin Reid, Lincoln county ; o p m!:::v:::::c::::: "What would I do. monsieur? Faith, the new northwest a? for Tacoma she Commerce Building, LotiiaviUe. Arr Stanford W. Haydcn, Stanford; J. has got beyond speaking of herself as! Lve Richmond I should become the first coachman ' JS P ra! S. II. Ilaughnian, Lincoln; in the New York of that coast; sho is cred-- 1 Arr I.UiniK.n .... 3 S P m Agents throughout the South. Twenty miles the Shortest to Pans." Youth's Companion. M. J. Miller, Mt. Verneii; Lve Middfeahoro 7 ii V ni ;;;. ited with aspiring to be nothing less S. T. Harris, Lincoln; than the "Loudon of tho north Pacific." J. S. Hoclcer. Stanford; ills Mlkf.irtiiiit). .,g, o. Making direct connections in Central W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agont, Union da-- t G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; The scholars in one of our Sunday, for T. P. Hill, Stanford; Lve Middlesboro o m a m STANFOKD. KY. schools were schocked one session reipc .............. . St. I.oviii, Michigan Points, Chicago. A Tribute to Iter. air. Hughes. .. Lie Livingston.. .. ., . .... 5 w o W. G. Welch, Stanford. Detroit. Ceveland. cently by an answer given by one of the llullalo, A recent writer lias said of Iiev. Hugh Arr Richmond V. P. Tate, Stanford. Indiana jolii and tho West, binnll boys in the juvenile department, Prico Hughes, tho distinguished Emr ..., Lve Stanford 7 no a in New England. t'"S jj OFFICERS: Lancaster .. 7 i FttH ma SALS. Lve Richmond,... ia So a am The day lessons had been finished, and lish Mothodi.it divine now in America, Arr tu 15 J. S, Hocker, President; the superintendent had been telling tho that "he tlares to bo eager in an nyo iNnsiiinglun. MoR'tbarta, Cashrsr; Lve Richmond.... a Af, n m f. ... , n, Haltiinore John J. iii.i.i..i... Ouukest tune to llarrn.lkl,i.rir l'.,l.f,... ... Winchester.. 40 p ml 6 J5 a m A. A. McKinocy, Assistant Cashier young members the story of Adam in when eagerness is unfashionable. Ho The Executors ot Thomas M. Lilian), deceased, Arr Pans Richmond, IKG1NIA Arr 33 P n 7 45? in Shortest and the Harden of Eden, finmiiing hi story has the passion for justice. Ho has will at his laturesideiiLe, ou vuicxest line 10 Lve Lexlugton ... a 00 p m jlio a mi 3 p tn with the remark- - "Ami so Adam was ideals. Ilia lil:il of ChriUifin rlnrt.' la I.ve Parts 2 5 P m 7 53 a S P m .,.. Mr VHt'l- - hf.M' ! Lve Falmouth.... 4 io p ml 0 i a '" 5 jo p in 28, 189Z, Arr Covington. ... in ..j ...,t,lv. 4w,i;,lll I111U Ul you CIlll- very definito oue. It is that no Christian .IK YOU ARE GOING.., 5 40 p m to 4j a in dren tell what misfortune befell htm?" should go through life without having J7 p m Solid Trains, baggagi cars, smoking cars and ,ale w, flMe KArm- , 4JD Acrel Arr Cincinnati.... S 50 P nilto SS a rn 6 4j p m I he small boy above mentioned piped fed, Sheltered Or Comforted SOIIIO OHO Of of,lWIC UanvilIcA Stanford turnpike, lour l""F"ra' ' ""man iioiiuoir Sleepers throuirh with. on the thcMaysville 10. out, "Please, sir, I know; lie got a wife." tho host Of Christ's poor. Ho id alive to '!,il" from Danvillo anU6 ftomStanfoi.l. This 7 (In am and No. Hranch, No p leave Paris at out cn.ir lire via l.n.iti.in ..nL..T lt,rmtn..i .. ...",. .""" ?,, SMlleat to, a ai and 3 in, arriving at ian ,lf,. ,t.r, ........i7.' """"'.,"", Muu. 615. farm must iMtseen tobe upprecaled. A lewkUlirnt ..II. ,...r...,.o, i...L.iuurganu points mmr ...., 1.1.....1I.. . L, .' i THE Providence Telegram. the in in, all the movements Of IttS time. Tho ,.r.int a,E the: 1st The land isrich and pro. leaves jo, p m. No. 9 Maysville 3 30 Paris at in, arriving ait. up.m it bupenor persons who do not look at ductive.nsthe crops upwatered, It prove, has been 740, am. No. it atleases aMaysville atat 150 and splendidly finced and TeiirM lor Slury. td.ltof the best arrives at Paris at (io,p m. These trains arr newspapers WOUld mlSS half tho points so ears bv one "Is this really a piece of a gentle. lit- 01 nis aitenioon addresses in bt. James fnrmtsl iudiciuu.U- fornr.d now It is fro from all daily except Sunday. In tre State No 1, daily to all points except tle spring lamb:" asked tho new boarder, hall. Nothing nmazea him moro thau weeds or impediments to tho richest returns, ath. ion, which is daily except Sunday.Rowland Divis- llATi'iu: CityiThoiua.v,l.;d VloIII' will improved It N.i as he sharpened his knife on the table the type of Christian who looks askance be is so thoroughlyfor years, that lio expense cost runs daily from Luaitigion tu Cincinnati. 'I he only line running solid required on It jth, The house No, a runs daily trains with 513.000 anil is a large, tvo story brick, splendidly Cullman floudoir or I'a&ce Sleepm.r Cars choice Nn runs ilailv from all stations ir,.i,i ,!, at politics." built, with 10 tuoins nunteioiis closets and pan"Yes, it is!" snapped the landlady Rowland Division, which ts daily excopt Sie.day. sonville without chance lor ,... a Nashville R. r. Louisvillc whole house gentorbHKgae. ' '""'" tries, large halls, b.tseinet.t underonly miles by No, 3 daily except Sunday. 4 Tears came to hi eyes aud his voice 6th, It is and cood out bonnes " An Uztremely Vnlu.-ihlLibrary. ,0,n,"nry, Huntsvtlle, Decatur. No 4 daily between Cincinnati and Lexington. educational centre ot Ken. pike tu Danville, tlio Horence. Memphis and ARKANSAS twin If was choked with sobs as he gasped, No. 43 Paris and Lexington Accommodation daiIs the line for you, as its One of tho glories of Union Theological tuck v 7th, The neighborhood and aocul iur- S.iort-and quickest to Aitnit ten, Seln.a, 10:00 a. m. Arrives Paris "How must fuel!"' .New seminary, New York city, is tho library, rounding arc nowhere excelled, it", It tc as ly. 15Leaves maJe at NEW OR. a in as can be found, to good a line horse ar..l stock farm York Horald. No S Falmouth Accommodation; leaves CincinAuiv.;:: o,m,lbu, ,ra:,"e' ror in its way one of tho richest in the world. yth, It is equally us good fur grain and annual nati s 10 p m Arrives Falmouth 7 05 p m dally ns fi.r Altogether it contains Go.000 volumes, ctops lurrfdy stu. k and Kruss. 101I1, It has been except Sunday. Makccloje connections at TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. tn grass tcr ninny jeurs. Ninety kept DitMlnrilly. No. 7 Leaves I'ulinouth 600a m. Arrives Cin47,000 pamphlets and 185 rare manu- acres will be sown In wheat by the day of kale, T he only ihrougli line to Jarkson and Vlcksburg. cinnati 7 55 a m daily cxcupt Sunday "tlarkins played a iihuiii trick ou his scripts. But it is tho contents rather the balance of the farm i in grata, except 40 acres No. 1 and 6 m.tku connections LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Miss. , at Winchester for withoutSl.revcport La., making direct connectionf neighbor down at Mutuuhen.' reserved for crn. omtiihus transfer for Dallas Fort Worth. For all points. point on the N. N. AM. V R'y, E. D. thnu the size whitXh mako it notable. In Terms of sale easy. Austin San Antonm, EI Paso and polnlsin "What was it?" THROUGH TICKETS SOLO At the same time and place will oiler lor sale a ..?0.'ca",eVhn,V,J.h C4r'. ".m Cincinnittlto works relating to church history, tho Middlesborough and Cumberland Gap and ail in- TEXAS.ARIZOUA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. IIAGGAGE CHECKUD THROUGH. 13a acres, "Why, his neighbor has been fatten- text of ssripture, early theological con- tract of Knob Land containing unu For through ratej, correct county maps and lul well timbered ami within half mile of Junction icimcui.ir i.auiiii, trav.,i... uauy. "& For any Information enquire of IV, 1. JiuKSun, ing a turkey for Thanksgiving all sum- troversy, tho Cincinnati. Personalty, tlio information call on Agent at Junction Citv. Kv literature of the Westmins- Citv.i Also share Crops. Suck and Hank Stock. S. K. KNOTT, C. P. ATMORE. mer, und Ilarkins mixed a bottle of anti-fa- t ter Iluylo National or address tea FRANK W. WOOLLEY ' assembly, hymnology and other imTraflic Manager. Gen. Pass. Act. SUnlord, Ky. Or , MARY II. LILLARI),") with tho turkey's food." Nuw vJV,av- l'aAt., Lexington, Ky. General office, Louisville, Ky. v V PF.NN. Trav. Pass. Aircnt. portant subject! it stands among the I.ILLARD, Executors. D- u- KOWARDS, D' h ni?Fw ' JOHN.T. S. F. II. MORSE. Gen'l PatiVr -, ri- Junction City, Ky T. L. I.ILLARD Manzr., 5 j td (j, p ...j. A first collections al modern times. Odiie Chamber ot Couituerce liuilding.Ciucinnat. '' Cincinnati. A . UtM-meiit- In 1H17 he ntarneJ f TIIK MKMORIAI, IHIUHNO Chif Justice Shaw, of Maseru hnsett. At that memorial hall This will sent tf.WW time he had just published hit, lint book. people, is beautiftUIy lrescord anI "Tyiiee. a Peep at Polynesian Lire." and around its walls Ihmir tlm 11 dau-jhtro- In USUI, much when hut eightWJ r een years of age, he voyaud from 'ii? native New Voik to Liver-Kx- d and hack as n snilor before tho mast, and enjoyed the so much tiiHt in 1S11 he rehipped on a HERMAN MELVIt.LR whaling vessel Ivmttd for the Purine. At the Mttripiewis islands he and a follow mariner and spent several months with the nativea. From there Melville made ifld t 4i.. !... u...t U..M islands, nnd finally ronrhed Imwe nfttjr an absence of three vear.v S3fo lit Moi'iorr f tlio Valiant Henri, Muskingum county, 0.. clnims to have LIME AND BRICK. the finest and most appropriate soldiers I will deliver t.lme at jj Cent a Ituili nnd sailors' monument in the United In LanStates. It is u hall, a business structure caster, Stanford and the neiRlilxirliiaid. I mIm Imi1 on cars at Crab .Orchard, llrictc and a memorial all in one, and is an attractive addition to the city of Katies-vill- at 75 cents n hundred Coo me a chnnce. FKF.I Kltt'KtiKK.CmbOrtrMrd. rjrtm Akni:i has a 1ncmon.1l ehuiwl in her cemetery, and Toledo has building Sa-lcoutaimug n memorial hall and Ohio I National Guard armory, hut the Zaues-vill- e building is more iuiK)sin.ic. lUiililhiiz T4tt ' Externally it bun the appearance-o- f a tn the cori orate iuniis o rtriMland. four story but the third nnd fourth stories art united itnblu in the It I DAK r. K.wland. e. ICE,ICE We will deliver ice vacli jroriilnB s follows: I Undar GO 11 ou iviui ituacr iuu 100 s of a cent. Pounds 1 l cents, over cent, over 3'or M. F. ELIUN & CO., Twciitr ., Is new fully Stanford, OK Ky. THE SHELTON HOUSE, D.A. TWADDLB, Proprlotor, Farmers Bank&Trast Co. STANFORD, KV.. J Iter ,- -t ergaaijcd anil IXowlnnd, Tirst-clas- - Sample Kentucky. roowi oi-- s de-sort- l w I -,. WAM Jf " ST" . itMCi!;PfraMs: hj rt fa mtiii. ,T' lh m Open day and Htjiht. in connection. aeewmmHlittas at trnoi.r. and . ZSf -- - .NOTICE TO Tit It.. toT Mj. Kwl liry SUCCHSSOIl to TUB LINCOLN NATIONAL, IIAMiOI'IITAKkOKD. ) wittt theiHic (Nwcmm4h( anctaand under same management. rtr. Paid up Capital of Snrplu3, ..... .,K reflJ)- - fnr nutmeg with - $200,000. 15,000. M&ft!lte&2 r fnr-nishet- l, TRAVELING PUBLIC. I have opened la coaaecttoa will, my Hotel, tkc r preisoa of its chatter. Ocpoeunrs are as taJS. c,rd V ? "l''lrs in NitinsI 'hoWettem hrW Indoidnaliv iMblelotkoe stent el the miiit of their lcclc tneresa at thr r.r !. ih.,,0, iB odeJm-n- to the t aont t .nveetrd MT3S.KS KOXTSE. Ai., as fully as 'a an inaivioaal. To those who ntnite.l their baktnes. to us while mnactLf the Lincoln N.tHmal Hank ol Htantord. we we here tesaei oar saanv thanks atxl lin.t they w.ll continue tn traoaact their bi.MH.4s ith nt, oMertna ananmt or aroai.i atlen- tton to Mw,cMir tsmy foara' oaueriwice haakiM ami as liKeralacoasnndatiets. as are enn-in - f"1""! hn.. "rtw, It may ikIjs Has Cured Others Ji-ii- !., E. GEXTKY iPORTMAN HOUSE, , iSSXB1 t J COFFEY, Pro'r. I 1 I OLD KY. ROUTE . i ! S Farin for Washington, . Dr. C.'Nuimelley, THE jtsnn 1ULEY -, j ., 1 $1,000 Casli. i PENNY, ' C Dentist. t i 'r a - -- -- .- --, - .ww vs-- vowsk sk . "'' 1 nun I . JOHN ! FOH I V Ft 1 1 Farm of . Acres, 111 nt jj:f -- $iZdM& imzW Mil ?'l 1 1 1 1 -- A pop- SAiiSt 1 te Cood F&rm i liit t. - 111 k i !. -- "' l.'-w- . - 1115 e POB CASH I FIRST ni J I A-- . 1 1.1 , 1 - w . .S200,000. 1 Ptte m- ! . -- '.".. VM XW ". pif n con-i.- f --- uorrK." nt 1 1 . ROYAL 0ASTLEM j j j I , j South-Houn- I .? solic-te- d. Al . J,. 1 ; r: fc!Lw?WWBZ.- mWmMsms fciiJs3' Koston. j Netth-Houn- d. ,-- j m muim 's.-- Nov York, , 1 93-i- yr j 45, -- ! Wednesday, Oct. - TORTKoWEST, I , , i, 1 1 - CAHIDMKTAS, fain-er- l. 1 4,..r.". b-t- Double Daily Trains !, st "' " - 11 York-Sun- - A- - - s: '- to .. - ,A "' V. . .iii.is,ssJtsJIJssninWif'i. m,.las, -- v ''''" .'l''- - - 'J- - - '''""!' '" is- - ,st' saissjsjsiommi ,1 JL v ; in i "M4feHMyMMrtii X, Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ivy , Stanfohd, OrroiiKit '0, 1891 4m 0o W. IJ. WALTON. Xre goiiis to ec Imn flight, whistled several times, and stopped altogether. Ivan appeared at the door to take orders. Countess Mario looked for the lust timu at her strange companion Then in a voice briwquo and trembling, said to her servant: "Ivan, you will return to tho count. ONCE know a I have no further need of your servxvoman, o u ices" ) f in y p u Amazed, the man opened his enor1 tjn Ih, now dead, to whom mous eyes, lie stummored "Hut-b-1 DR.D.D.REA, The SurgeonSs Specialist Wh.i h i realeil u. h aelnati-1. .uvllle, Ivy, 'Mritis Laflleil the mtli al Iratermtr Ilr Kea hat'hirce i.t the lr lliat Jv.rttouiilryklniu.t the ! in ainl .iiouikI l 1 iJriMt'mrnl of ll.e Me.hcal anl biirgKal In. nl K I.nuHille, Ky Ho will viHit Stanford at the MyG. ers House, Friday, Nov. Ketarnln: ever) month ilurmtf the ear m ic main vnc A itn the I)r lira hat Wn upcrlor in kvtrtlUlt ih the ibunlty.and hat au deftMatllHX ami tteutlnc dleu and 4MIlMlr any tki he can not tell He wtH i tk.. .). .I kMi located In fli wntmtet Me wW retam to Manieta every mam u la lemalnaue day T eau all curable Mediral and Surgical Hi.ra.ei I the Acute and Chronic Catarrh, Dloeatet Ky, liar, Noe, 1 hf al awl I.""6. liyapeiwa, lUabric, Khli.tyi I.ivtr, Ilnln'i BlMtiMer, Chronli , Peiaaleaad Semt I)Heai. A po.ii.c Guarantee. Uaalry of ' larft fr ee j" i Ilae, I YOUNG & MIDDLE AGED MEN Suliermc fnun Spermatorrhea and Imputency a Ik reatilt f m1I ahuc III ynuih or eti e in pexlmme xm ol and ether tnr fnHovInc eKc la at pihiIii, llott he, dern r.mluUioa uf nWs lite. Selective mrin ry. ami wi. atrrtlnn lo noc.i Mai hau linn, hlh Mlilil Hie victim lor uuini ik marriage, ate permanently luitd y remcdiei not injnrtout ce, ri rrronne. iluinr. t, j lllood and Skin IliKcnscs. re Ihrual, (all Syphillt andioinjiHcalKilH. a Ihr hnlr, Jiain In the honn erttplHMH, til . re (tetfeilly eradicaied without nlte mi'reury or "U- olhrr injnrioul driic OHnmh.en, C.Irel. Slrlcmre and alt Urinary imI Kidney I nml.lwi We ipttethly cuml hy treatment that tievfr lie undertake no ineuralde taei, but cure lMHiwaiUKleil u to dn. me early, a tilt (tmnniWf the dnle aad iwmt are alwajt Trudetl whetefr he toj IHC flll CONSULTATION FREE. CorrcMiBdpiice k.Ih ned and k jiiSdantlal AttVlrea MKDICAI. AND SfltlilCAI. INSTITUU, jii th Si , lnuUvlllr. Ky The BEST FLOUR is the CREAM FLOUR made by the Lexington Roller Mills Co., Lexington, Ky. For sale by all Grocers. Don't fail to use Cream Flour if you want good Bread and a happy Cook. first-cla- ss tavveftaKM She continued "Xo, you need not come. I hnvo tiling in i liu changed my mind, I wish you to stay xxorld dap-pi- " Here, hero is money for tied, and In Kusfda. Ulvo me your cap and the journey. i tlu most nvrr milntle." Sim xvas a torlous nml touching. Tho old servant, bewildered, took oft Cmintos Mhi'Ih ISumniiw, a vary his cap and mantle, with unquestioning grout duly, nf exquisite U uut.r. You knoxv liou' henutiful the Uussians aru, obedience, accustomed to the sudden or, at luMt, boxv beautiful tdey scorn whims and strauga caprices of his in Ho walked awny with tears to us with tliolr delicate nonrls tholr iHOtillm, tholr uyt- - no closo Ids eyes. Miiiltivo The train started again, racing to the tofotlior. of an Intlcnaablp color, a frontier. blue gray, nnl tholr rntlior hard Then the rliurm. 'Hiey hare Auiuetliing wickeHl companion: Countess Marie stsid to her ivud Midticllvf, haughty and melting, 'TlietMJ things aro for you. Montender and Mvcre, utterly cliarinliijf to I sieur; you are Ivan, my servant, a French iiiuii At Ivittoin, porlmjs, It make but one condition; It Is thnt yon Is only tin diflTerrMiee of e urn! hloixl will never speak to me; that you will that makes us nee no much In them. Her i.H't-- had, during many years say no word to thank tne on any whatever." known that she va threatened by n Tho stranger bowed without a word. disease of the clioM, and endeavored to Soon a fresh halt was made, and the per.iuad her to eome t4 France for the oillelals In uniform entered the train. winter, but alie obstlnntoly reftuiMl to quit til. I'oU'rNbtiri?. At lrt, iu the The eountors handed thorn the papers, I autumn of that year, the doctor !: her to leave for Mcntone. She with alone in hur coinpurtment of ! & ' tho train, hor borvnnU oeciipyinjf 'O She leaned ntfnlnst fie window 1,;; a little Midly, watuhln.' tht country and villages as she whirled past, fael iiifj very isoltttisl, very loueU iu lifo. At each Ktntlon her footman, Ivan, -ii,. . S came to fe if IiIh m lb tress hud every-thiiy- f 35U hhe desiied. lie was nit old L3S blindly devoted, ready to obey servant, l l 'irH"' any order she mijrlit jrive him. Nijfht fell, the train rolled on at full speed. She could not sleep. hIiu was totally unnerved. Stiddenly the idea occurred to her of conntluf; the money Kiven to her at the last moment iu 1 French jjoltl. She openiMl her little a i! and emptied oito her lap the ,'liston- imr blream of metal Hut, of a nudilen, a breath of cold uir "VOIT AUK IVAN', JIV HIinVANT, t. caught her cheek. She lifted her head '1 he )n MirpriM. rho dour opaucd. and iolntlnir to tho man seated iu the Countess Marie, In dismay, threw a far end of the carriage: nhawl over tho money spread out in "My servant, Ivan: here Is his pass- her lap and waited. A moment after- - port," ward a man appeared, bareheaded, The train started again. wounded in one hand, panting and la During the whole of tiie night tdcy cvenlnjf dress. remained dumb both. Ho reelosed the chnir. sat down and In the mornlnir, on stoppiui; at a looked utvhih neitfhlor with nlitturlii' Herman station, the stranger alighted. eye, then wrapped his wrist In a hand- Thou, standing by the door he said: kerchief. 'Pardon me, mudamc, that I break The poor woman felt faint with my promise, but I have deprived you of fright- - This man must have seen her your servant, it Is only fair that 1 counting her money and had come to should replace htm. Is there unythlng urn iicrunii mviu iu that you require'.'" He still tlxed his gaze upon her, Mho replied coldly: breathlessly, his face drawn, evidently "tJo and send 1113 maid." awaiting to spring upon her. He went. Then disappeared. When-cvo- r Ho said, brusquely: de alighted at a refreshment room "Madam, have no fear." she saw him watching her from a dislue course they arrived at She answered nothing. She was in- tance. capable of opening her lips. She heard Mcntone. her heart boating aud a buzzing in hur II ears. One duv. as I was receiving my pa "I am no malefactor, madam," he tients in my study, I saw a tall man continued. "Doctor," he said, "I come to Still she Bald nothing; but iu a sud- enter. news of the Countess Mario ask den movement she made hor knees Harauow." knocked together and the money "She is beyond hope," I replied. poured onto the carpet like water "She w ill never return to Uussin." from a spout. And this man foil to sobbing; then he The mnn .stared In surprise, at this arose and went out staggering like a How of jjokl, aud at onuo stooped to drunken man. Tdnt same evening I gathur It up. told the countess tdat a stranger had She, terrified, rose, castlntr all her been to me to nsk after her health. gold onto the carpet, and rushed to the She seemed touched, and told ine the iloor to throw herself onto the line. tale 1 have just told you. She added: Hut ho persclved her intention, sprang "This man. whom I do not know, up, seized her In Ids arms and forced follows me like a shadow. I meet dim her onto the seat, holding hor by the every time I go out. Ho looks at mo wrist.s. very strangely, but he has never "Listen to me, madam. I am no spoken to mo." thief. As a proof I am going to gather She reflected, and then added: up thin money and restore It to you. "Look, there he is beloxv my winHut am a lost man, a dead man, un- dow!" less you help ine to pa.ss the frontier. I She rose from her sofa, drew the can tell you no more. In one hour we curtain aside and showed me the man shall be at the last Russian station, iu who had called upon me, sitting on a one hour and twenty minutes we shall beuoli on the promonade, his eyes be on the other side of the boundaries raised to the hotel. Ho saw us, roe of the empire. Unless you aid me. I and walked away without once turning am lost. And yet, madam, I have his head. So it was that I took part iu a strange and incomprehensible episode; in the love of these txvo beings who were quite unknown to one tllU IllOSt f.- - ut" LATEST IN SKIRTS. After It for Ilr. "IVofco Op nml tVai Oliul to I'lnil I. Tim Umbrella Taken a tho Pattern nut !i Without II. the) New Garment. Only a Dream. I One of tde most useful work-bnsA nexv skirt which promises to rival Generally speaking practical jokes are ever possessed was given to me last to bo avoided, s they are commonly the "lx'U" skirt in popularity this fall Christmas, and it has been of so much is known as tlye "umbrella" or "extinuse, and such a slinplo and conxenici.t more productive of barm than niunso-me- guisher," on account of its sdapc. It is Hut occasionally there is ono ho nrticlo when dressmaking, that I would especially suitable for walking cos- like to tell every duly who ever sews spontaneous ami appropriate as to be much V) bo sure to make herself on., if quite pardonable. Txvo young men wero not she is not as fortunate in the matter as rootinnat-- s at linrv.inl. They only roommates, but fast friends, and I whs. The accompanying cut gives a WORK-OA- CONVENIENT V011 WARM ENOUGH. THE llavo Onen Hand Yon (.'mi. nt traordinnry litis-s!n- n, ml.s-tres- n. good Idea of tho bag, and the following description shows how easilv It is mad.1. Take one brendth of goods, txvo and n half yards in length; turn It up to tdo doptd of half a yard, nml sexv tdo doublet! edges togctdor. Simply gather tdo othor (or upper) end aud sexv' It into a narroxv band of sutHcient length to allow the apron lo h'tnjj xvcll. and sexv n lsr'e hook nt eacd end of tdo band so tdat the apron can be hung to the belt by them Noxv your little pocket apmu is finished, unless you wish to made it more ornamental, which can b done by adding boxvs of riblon nt the points xxhorc the pocket is turned up. rf pro-te- xt r silk, as preferred, and in sexving. cutting out, or trimming a dress it will .be found an Invaluable aid to the work, an so many different things can bo kept in fr This useful article can be made of pretty muslin, dimity, or China or wash i. 40 'IS com-polle- d r. T :l :ir w m Wit. COXVK.N'ir.XT XVOUK-ilAG 11mm -- -- J.'XJJ -.?Vi I :vy ii Y&i xsTJm jdfr-'M m M hr--L- WM Li a rnox HK- - Dl'CED IN bIZI.. I should it, thus saving many steps. have said xvhon describing lioxv to make the apron that an clastic drawstring should bo run into a casing at the end xvhicd turns up, to make the top of the iKckot, but must not be made very tigdt. It sdot.ld be of tdo proper lengtd, to just dold up tde turned-upiece in tdo proper position, so as not to "sag." After a little uso tde pocket man sag unyxvay, but It is and cosy to tack tde top, all, through to the back of the apron in the middle. This will keep It in place. Some make two or three compartments in tho pocket by stitching lines doxvn it at intervals, so as to have different small pockets for the different sewing accessories. Hut I xvoulcl not advise anyone to do this. I hnvo found that with mine it was easier to reach doxvn into tho largo pocket and find xvhat I xvantcd, than if It had been divided into small pockets, for, when in a hurry, one does not alxvays stop to think just where each article is, and it is more inconvenient hunting for an article in txvo or three small than in the one largo pocket. Ohio Parmer. p draw-string tete-a-tet- shared their oys nnd sorroxvs us well as averse their apartments: hut u titugh. either at dirf oxvn to or at tde other's expense They had txvo rooms a commodious study anil a email bedroom, large enough, hoxvever. for each to have Ids oxvn separate bed It dapp'Mn d one pftrtlonlnrly cold night lat winter that liotli tho young 11men had o'clock passed the evening out. Aliout tho first 0110 leached his room, lie dad ridden out from Boston in n slow car. and xxvis very cold. The lire in the grato was loxv, and the bedroom, which had been loft with door closed and window open, xvas exceedingly cold, but the student was resolved to make the best of the situation. First spreading his ulster oxvr Ids bed, ho went to the closet aud helped himself to all the coats ho found there, and putting these ox'er tho ulster, lie crawled under tde pile, and was soon as snug and cotnfortahlo as a cat under a stove. He had just got xvcll asleep when in came his cliiun. half frozen "Well," lie said, ".lack's got his wdolc wardrobe over him. It's a good idea; I'll do it myself. " But on going to the closet lie found tdat all his clothes had already been appropriated. Ho stopped a moment to think the situation over, and then exclaimed. "Well, .lack, old man, if you're as cold as that I'll see what I can do to make tdo night comfortable for yon." This ho proceeded to do. First lie spread several newspapers on tdo pilo of clothes that covered tde contented sleeper: on these he laid three largo rugs that lie took from tdo floor; over theso do distributed soveral cusdions taken from different chairs, and over all he placed pair of portieres taken down specially for that purpose. On top of these lie folded and spread a heavy tennis net. using tho cords to tie tdo whole huge pilo in place. Then tossing his ulster over Ids oxvn bud, do got iu and chuckled himself to sleep. Jack in the meantime slept on, unconscious of the great burden do bore: but in tde morning, when xxith great effort ho got his eyes open and took in tdo situation, he slowly said: "Well. I'm glad it's only clothes; IVe been trying all night long to hnrroxv out from under tde Rocky mountains." Youth's Companion. r s 11 xviioli-sou- 8 H o ' j, h , $ '.;m & a o" vrv arrm M ".v. e at UWM m . fl.n -- .i si ' -- r 7Z.f r.r ".y & 'tiivn, . ?. t,j.';''v 6KI1IT Ji'Ji vra WJ THE UMBIiniXA M0UNTKD. tumes, molding exactly tho figure beloxv tho xvaNt and nround the hips by means of a fexv darts. Tdo xvdolc of tde fullness is throxvn at tdo hack, xvdere it is arranged into a quadruple box plait. Its cut is simple, as shoxvn by the diagram, xvhich displays half tdo skirt. It is made of a single piece, with ono scam only, the xvidest materials alone being used. Tde selected material is folded in txvo in sued a way as to davo tde txvo selvedges meet horizontally, ono nt the waist and one at the foot. Tde length IIAI.K UJinilULLA SKIRT L'XHOUXTKD. incdes of the pattern skirt in front, and its circumference around the hem five yards six inches. The mainches terial should be at least forty-sixvido and live yards eight inches long. is forty-fiv- e x WHAT WAS How INSIDE. 1 11 PRETTY RUSTIC CHAIR. A I.lttln lloj'a nml Olrl'a lllrthtlay Clli fur ."Mother. "What a pretty chahi" exclaimed : 's visitor, as sho noticed on Mrs. ,M veranda a rustic scat that dad been fasdioncd with considerable skill. "Is it not?" said her hostess, "and I am very proud of it, for my little boy of 1 A ISiik of I'uus. A deaf farmer drox-- in his flock and herd. Boston Transcript. A Fatigue Uniform The messenger boy's. Baltitnoro American. An actor's lifo ought to bo fruitful; it is filled with dates. Yonkers Statesman "All hands 'round," said the dancing master when do eet his clock. Iknton Bulletin. The prize pig at tde county fair may not be beautiful, but lie has h winning weigd. Ehnira Gazette. Actors are too inucd given to quarrel a part of their ing considering that business to kiss and "make tip." Texas Sittings. A career of extrax'agance does not necessarily bring a man sackcloth, but it is more than likely to bring dim t hashes. Washington Star. A lox'er at Alton. Ills., squeezed his girl so hard that ho broke her rib. That vouiil' fellow evidently helonirs to a coarso set. Biiighaniton Republican. Tho sugar schools to be started at tdo experimental stations should have some of the sweet girl graduates among their pupils. New Orleans Picayune. Turkey red is made from the madder plant, which grows in Hindostan. It is prolnhle tua the madder it gets the redNexv Orleans Picayune. liu- -. der it e it-is George lives with his grandpa and grandma, and he sleeps in the room xxith them. One night ho xvas very, restless, tossing about and kicking anything that came within reach of his small feet. This disturbed grandpa and grandma very much, and finally grandma arose and prepared some medicine for the little boy, xvhilo grandpa axvakened him. "Here is some nice medicine," said grandina, "to make you sleep better. Open your mouth, Gcorgic, and take Is it?" queried Ocorgie. molasses," ansxvercd grandpa. "And xvhat you like so xvcll in the turkey stufllng," added grandma. "Hut xvhat Is it?" asked Gcorgic, drowsily. "It's molasses," said grandpa. "Molasses," added grandina, "and" "I knoxv it's molasses," broke in by this time, "but Georgie, xvdat's inside the molasses?" "Sage, my boy, sige!" cried grandpa. And Georgie took the medicine xxith-oanother word. Youtd's Companion. Was rcrstntlnl to Swallow Some Meillelne. it." "What "It is half-aslee- p ut Women in InrtU. If eleven made the frame quite alone, and his small sister embroidered those falling leaves on the canvas. The design is her own and sho copied tho leaves from nature, so the xxiiole thing looks quite 'iviiralsv.' as the children expressed it. They made it for my birthday and I never saw it until it xvas finished." "V made three before xve irot one right," added tho boy, xvho stood by, well pleased to have Ins xx'orU adnnreil. "Tdo nrcttiest sticks aro ant to bo de cayed and it xvas not until I cut doxvn some young, strong baplings tdat I made a seat strong enough to bear anyone's xveigdt." Farm and Home. Candieil Sweet another. $$&. 1rif!S'Uvi) mcay women suffer from Exceaslve or Scant Menatruatlon; they don't know who to confide In to eet prPcr aavicc. Don't confide la anybody but try Every Month Female Regulator 0 Specific lor PAINFUL, PHOFUSC. SCANTY. SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR Dookto "WOMAN" mailed free. BRADFIELD REGULATOR Mold Bradfielti's MENSTRUATION. CO., Atlanta, Ca. by nil Uructtlita. 0 A nlU WMKOLLEGE of KENTUCKY. Jitujl-neevln- 26 PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. y, Vlusnlcttl, Nov in a I AcatU'iim; ( onnnercittl School. ami Military Courses of St inly. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. Kali term lirRliirileiiilMT Dili. lsiu. Ilnunl In iliirniltnry riper wrek in irlut- rmllU"iHv to For I'utulujrut' address JAMES K. PATTERSON, Ph. D.. Lexington, Ky. l. Ayricultiiritl, Sciviitilc, she so lonely and dying. 1 ktitnv sdo was happy to bo loved with such constancy and respect, with this exaggerated poesy, with this devotion ready i & i for all hazards, and yet, faithful to her resolve, MADAM, IIAVK NO KK.VII. obstinate though sho absolutely refused to see him, to neither killed nor stolen nor done Ids name, or to speak to dim. dishonorable. That I swear to know Sdo iiaid: "No, no, tdat would spoil pou. I ean tell you no more." Wo must reour sirange frioudsdip. And, going down on his knees, hu main strangers to one another." lollected the money, feeling under tho As to dim, do was of a certainty oats, and looking into the furthest' kind of Don Quixote, for do took no when the little leather ;orners. Then, steps to approach dor. lie was deoag was once more full, ho handed It termined to keep to the letter the abto his neighbor without u word, and surd promise ho had made to her in tho 'cturned to his seat In the other corner train. )f the carriage. Often during the long hours of weakNeither moved. Shu sat motionless ness she roe from her sofa to draw mil mute, still faint with fright, but back the curtains and look if ha wero ecovcrlng little by little. As to him, here below the window. And when he moved no muscle; he sat erect, his sho dad seen dim, always immovably ?ycs llxedly looking straight before seated on his bench, sho returned to dim, very pule, as though ho wero her couch xith a smilu on her lips. Kvcry now anil then she threw dead. "1 should like to sou her for a second him a glance, which she quickly avert- In your presence," he said. ed, lie was a man of about thirty, very tho I took Ids arm and handsome, with every appearance of douse. Wlioix do was by tint bedside of tdo being a fO'iitlciuau. The train tore through the darkness, dead, do took dor hand tiini kissed it, a whistles into long, long kw. Tdeii ho fled like a throwing its the night, now slacking speed, now oft madman. l'rom the lTrenoh of Guy do i'ain at Its frstcit. Then it calmed its Maupassant. high-minde- the devotion of a rescued animal, grateful and devoted until death. lie camo every day to ask me: "How is she'.'" knowing that I hail guessed. And ho wept bitterly when lie had seen her pass, paler and veak- er every day. She said tome: have spoken but 01100 to this singular man, and It seems to me I have knoxvn dim for years." And when they met sho returned his bow with a grave and charming smile He loved with 'i d aii3T-th't- 11 Wash tde potatoes, steam until very tender, and peel them xvhilo xvarm. Roil together "J tcacupfuls sugar and 1 teacupfuls xvatcr until a rich simp is formed; tden remove from tdo lire and stir in a lnrgo tablespooiiful of frcsd butter. Slice the potatoes in a pudding dish, not quite filling it, pour over the sirup, sprinkle bits of butter on tho top and set it m tde oven to bake. Occasionally tilt tde pan and dip some of tdo sirup oxer tde potatoes. Keep do top from getting dry and bake ratder sloxv-l- y H lionrs. Send to tde table dot in tdo pan they are baked iu. 1 I'otatoe. Tde Hritish acquisition of the Punjab is said to have raised the price of xxives to the average Brahmin and I'ajpoot farmer. At the time of tdo annexation a xvife could be purchased for from twenty to forty rupees; the quotations vary at present from sixty to rupees. Tdo decrease of infanticide in tde Punjub is said, indeed, to bo largely due to this enhancement In tho prospective value of female infants. The custom of selling girls is iioio or iiniiit. becoming increasingly Cricket is now being played by many meanxxiiile instances aro reported in and well established clubs iu the vicinity of win. d t'n xcry highest eh.ss of Nexv York, and those club count anions have ritivlnisetl their xxlxes in this Engtheir in"nbers many clergymen of birth, xvho are among the best and xvny. lish riiriioi'iiil of players. It was one most etiihu-iu-.ti- c Plieuoco'l hydroedlorate, tl.o nexv xvho the older Sunday followofthi'-ing it Saturday when he had been 0110 antip.vri't'o xvhich is dist'i.iruisded of its ready soht'dl'ty in xvatcr, is of the victors in a hard fought match by gravely noxv .it List eommeiviailv ontainable, delighted his congregation the attention xvhich, announcing troni the sacred deak, "Here and is rcccix-insfrom its expected therapeutical superiChristiau endeth the first innings." ority, it merits. It claims for itself an Union. and antipyretic, Ill Men. action, l'rom the evident in1 Hou-- e Hunter (at tho seaside) terest of qualified observers and leadthought this was a furnished cottage. ing therapeutists in Germany, France, You ortainiy said "furnished cottage" England anil America, it is rcasonablo in your ailxor'twiiiMit, but don't fee a to "deduct that the nexv remedy has 6tick of furniture in the house. extraordinary merit, and that it will Estate Ageuty Of course not. 1 fur- assume prominent rani: in it vcrv little nish the tsittagu and you furnish the xvhile. Scientific American. furniture. A inuicaii Grooor Hint. Otilte a A kiiully correspondent sends to the ill til" Ufxlunriiiit. Ladles Homo Journal tho folloxvlng hint, which xvas givuu some timo ago, and has probably escaped tdo attention fin1 of some of our readers: "You can mako -a practical use of a wooden L ;. 1 : roller, the model being txvelve inches long and seven xxide. Cover xxith two layers of Canton flannel, uud you xvill have a line pressing board for tdo seams of basques and sleeves. It can be held in tho lap xxhilo pressing tho scaur-- , uud the effect seems belter than if a flat board had been used." three-hundreb-- ci com-ii'n- ". Kaj-poi.- U llyil-orhlora- tc. e bc-eaii- r unti-nerxi- 1 jft a fe$a, ' pic-cru- st lleak'f.'ltril A Cood Cliiniilutu L'ar:inioW. -- ed g half cups of grated tdoco-latfour mips of broxvn sugar, ono and d a dalf cups of cold xvatcr, an pieco of butter, and txvo tublespqonfuls Boil tdis mi.vturo on of acid vinegar a stove over a brisk lire until it becomes brittle on immersion iu xvatcr. Do not stir, but shake tdo vessel xvhilo boiling. When (hushed pour into a buttered aud floured tlisd, and divide off into even squares while soft. A dash of lemon or vanilla, say txvo tablcspoonfnls, the caramels n dainty flavor. One and a e, egg-sizeglx-c- s Customer Hoxvis it you have charged txvo shillings for this lobster, xvhilo it is only put down at eighteen pence in the bill of faro? Waiter Please, sir, it'sjill right. The lobster 1 brought yon is a good deal fresher than tho ono marked in the bill of fare. Frankfurter Zeitung. 1110 nexv.industry is being developed in some portions of AtutruH.i. and perhaps elscxxiiere. In the desiccation r dryinjf of potatoes. It is really no, a verynexv thintr in principle, as tho practice of drying apples, pumpkins am! some other fruits, has been knoxvn longer than tho records of mull reveal; but tho drying of jrotutoes seems to bo rt noxv departure. All of tho moisture is extracted by a process wdicli is not mailo pubraw lic and flvo pounds of tho Sliced fruit iirul xvill vield one isntud of tho Housekeeping; produeU-Go- od finluhed I'lttJlnr. r y , v ' - ',1, n ii4.jTrt.O'1y;,rj.-r;,y,if4jjiiT'M-rr- ii u ,""?(, i;1 .LWytf,.,).; I'tfFjW "'';'jg,7ft"l"tt'V'ft V TW(niWf ""MMBIIBWPgp J f immnnia liHTiiftnLmiin , yWWpi.llIJlWtfMHHI r :f ii It 1 - The German minister lo this counThk Now York Recorder, which pub AMERICANS WELL KNOWN. y, is lished an interview with n bogus Col try, Count Lud wig Von Gov. Fiiaxcih, of Missouri, is ii milumbus, 0., man to the effect that Gov. j dead. Judge James Stuart, ono of tho most lionaire, and tho foundation of his forUampbell was deeply ana irreirovamy in Stanford, Ky., Octouer 20, 1891 debt, has, on pain of a $100,000 libel suit prominent figures ntthe Kentucky bar, tune was laid by investments in wheat. Wm:. tho national constitution wn.s if it refused, made a full and complete is dead nt Onensboro. adopted Charles Carroll, of Currollton, Two trainmen were killed and four retraction and the amende honorable, if F was the richest mnn in America. lie to such publica- otheis seriously injured in a collision on was worth half a million. n paper which Is Receiving- His tions can do anything honorable. The the Pan Handle road near Stuhenville, Skxatoh W. D. WAsmirnx, of MinneHenThe opinion of Attorney General sota, who ts said to be the biggest Hour Recorder admits that thero is no surli O. None of the passengers were hurt. dricks Riven at ttie request of Public man as lite alleged man Wilkinson, but county paupers aro to bo producer in the world, Is a Maine man Printer E. Polk Johnson, on the prohib- claims that it thought there was at the cared for during the coming year at n and worked on u farm In that state till Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give uim a call. itory free pats clmtso of the constitution, time of the publication. The Cincinnati total cost to the county of $32 per head. ho was twenty years old. Jonx H. Goran's beautiful rural completely! abrogates and renders it Commercial Gazette will likewise squirm This includes food, clothing and medical home, "Hillside," near Worcester, on nugatory in the opinion of other ns em- out of the dirty business. attention. which ho spent S'JOO.OOO and vast inent lawyers. Uenl. Hendricks Buys An attachment was granted against amount of tasto mid labor, has now Col. Johnson dnre not accept a free IIekk is a chance for some of our read- the property of John Houy, the deposed been sold by his executor for much that less President Diaz, of President of the Adams Express Com than the sum here mentioned. P8E8 as public printer, but as proprietor ers to make a raise: of the Frankfort Capital ho has the right Mexico, lias offered a reward of :0,0fl0 pany. ThoMiit was brought to recover Joiiv 1'itzoi:vm), tho president of to make any contract he chooses with for the capture of the revolutionists' over half a million dollars. the Irish national league In America, is the railroads or other common carriers, leader, Cidurino Garza, dead or alive. Tho Keystone Bridge Company, of the richest man In Lincoln, Nob., haveii'eet of this The ns to transportation. Pittsburgh, lias undertaken to build a ing a fortune of $l,r.00,000. He began NEWSY NOTES. his career as a hi barer with pick and if snutnineti by the courts, will opinion, to wor adjoining the World's Fairgrounds shovel on a western railroad. KAS LED AU. WSRM REMEDIES FOR be that every ollicer may ride on a pn?s, YEARSJ A thousand bales of cotton on the that will be about 1,'J00 feet above RAILWAY NOTES. if ho can get one. There are no platform at Hope, Ark., burned. ground. The cost is to be "f 1,500,000. railroad EVERY BOTTLF. GUARANTY SOU) EVERYWHERE. I in the State who have no other There is great excitement at Clifton Ilrakeman John Welsh was cut in s Tins ocut of a passenger occupation or profession. A county judge two by a Louisville Southern train at Forge, Va., caused by an uprising of the locomotive is about $S,500. PREPARED BY RICHARSSflH-TAYL- OR MED.CB. StlOtflS M0.I for instance, may also be n practicing Versailles. negroes because of tho lynching of the UitA7.lt. and Mo.ico luivo adopted the mmmm wwwiwiliih Attorney. What will hinder liiiu from The Bank of Columbia, Tenn., has three .blacks Saturday night. The Gov- American locomotive on their railways ' getting a pass as attorney and riding all failed, but it is claimed that depositors ernor was telegraphed to send troops, and many other countries are follow Irijj their example. ho desires, provided it is stipulated on will bo paid in full. and the town was picketed. Tnuxson the Brooklyn bridge make professional and the pass that it is for Mrs. Weber, a Louisville spiritualist, It is officially announced that the ' oflicial services, that is, if the at- harvests have been complete failures in whose husband has been dead three faster time (by two miles an houn not for than did the first railway train that ran torney general's remarkable opinion lit of the provinces of Russia. yeais, has added a new wrinkle to spirit- between New York und Albany. i holds good? And what applies to the Democrats still hold threo presiden ualism by declaring that her husband's So m:TIu: is tho climate- of South ' county judge may apply to all other sixtial in Kentucky Carlisle, spirit is the fattier of her America upon iron, that before railroad each of whom may agree with the Eminence and Klemingsburg. teen pound babe. Hopkinsville Ken- - ties have shown signs of decay the Manges of the rails will be nearly eaten the railroads that their passes must be The Pulaski county grand jury found tuckniii. oil by rust. made out for otherspecified reasons than 1(1 indictments against alleged members Stock cars nro now IxMiuj built with that the holder is also an Ureas lCeform. of the Gilliland gang ot robbers. gates to cross platforms, sifter the Hendricks may be right, but if ho iq, the Dr. Baker, sentenced to death at fashion of tho vestibule trains, in this free pass clause, like many other of the Abingdon, Va., for tho poisoning of his way the stock aro loaded at ono chuto for and high sounding measures of reform sug wife, has been granted a now 'rial. and "move up forward, please," until gested or imposed by the new constithe entire train is filled. Eight prisoners, including S desper "CitorllnwwtlUU-ltorhlMrrntht CaMnrlK eurrn Colic, CVmMlpntlon, Sour SttimiM h, DUrrluvft, l.nutution. tution, is a rojring farce and n howling ate murderers, made a successful break rrcoinmrml ltim!r(orloaiyprricrltJoii TO REMOVE THE SPOTS. Kill Wonni, glvt fclxrrs tun! I'nmiotr til to mo " H A Arches, M I), lno humbug. from the Bowles county jail in Texas. pwtlon, W itlu.ul injurious metllcnUon. lit So. Oxford St Lroollyn, N, Y, To HrMovu Fij,oKti Mamxs asp Capt. Leathers, the Louisville bankWhen thoMcKinley tarid bill was beSon.Kn .sroi a. Wash with jnvi-UTin CixTitn CoiiriMT.rr .Murray Ftrrrt, Y 6frSrTr 'U er, has sued Madam Lang, tho milliner, fore Congress Mr. Blaine said all manner water. including the f r $10,000, because her do;; bit his wife. of mean things about it, ToKf.movk D.vitK Spots mow Motiirr Ihe severest hail storm in twenty remark that has since become famous, or Vr. VKf. Amicr.Ks. Wash with a nota tion of Hiumoiiiii and bino.idu of hydrothat it did not open a market for another yearscovcred tho ground about Seymour, gen. ;r II. J M.V bushel of wheat or nnother barrel of Ind., with ice half an inch thick, Sun W It IIK.UINS To Tkk I.vk Spots Orr or Wiiitk pork. These are being used with tel'ing day. Goon. Wet tho spot with o.vnlUs nettl Perry Canlen, umW sentence of effect against the bill in Ohio, where or muriatic acid, thon waih in warm by many to be a sort death at Cleveland, Tenn., for raping a Blaine is considered water. child, broke jail and is still The alarmed republicans, of demi-god- . To Rt.MovK Gp.kasb. Vm ono ounce iu order to counteract it, have, however, at large. of pulverized borax and hulf an ounuo Harrison, Loring & Co., the Bos'on induced Mr. Blaiue to write a letter. Iu Our Stock of-"I think it's too menu for anything, of gum camphor: put intoonu qtmrl of have assigned. The liait he acknowledges that he did oppose the way my er you know, bi.ij'at the boiling water and bottle for um. with nominal assets knees." . To Ixk Spots puom the bill and did say many naughty bilities are $375,000, a little chloride of lime sv reciprocity fea- of SS0O.0OO. things about it, but tho into n past with water and rub tho hpot Since the stockholders have voted ture was aftorwards incorporated in it with this; wash off with warm water. Is now almost complete and we will hcTable to show that $1,200,000 to improve Middlesboro, to the people of and many articles added to tho free list, ToTviiK Ink Spots Orr or Wiiitk Daily Herald will is Lincoln county as complete a stock, we think, as has ever been so he not only became reconciled, but it reported that tho Pai'ish Wash the spot with a camel's-hai- r again. entirely satisfied with the law. This is start up offered for their inspection in brush dipped iu a solution of oxalbroke when Win. Rose rope ic acid. When tho ink has disappeared, what Mr. Blaine says in order to help was Tho launched off at Redwood Falls, wash with pure water. McKinley out of the hole, but between Minn., Friday, and tho job had to bo To ItMiovK Paint. A good way-F- old of his letter it is easy to read the lines some soft cloth several times and done over again. if campaign exigencies did not dethat lay the iled article on it. Wet the Tho boiler of the steamer Evangel mand it, he would have much preferred spots with IxMirini' and rub with a woolexploded, at Port Townsend, Wash. to have remained silent on a painfulsub- en cloth. Pour on more und Threo people wore instantly killed and rub again Repeat as often ns may bo ject. Mr. Blaine is one of those alleged 5 others were badly scalded. Good Housekeeping. nceesMrj protectionists, who believes in extendGen. W. II. F. Lee,familiarly known free list almost to free trade. ing the as Rooney, Congressman from the 8th Col. W. O. Bradley, in an interview Virginia district, and sou of Gen. Robert with the Somerset Republican, says that E. Lee, died Thursday night. .Tosio Mansfield, over whom Edward Bg. I Harrison will bo renominated and trithat his adminis S. Stokes killed James Fisk, Jr., 1'0 years umphantly HiwAir.w cmcjicofiufo-- '' Hoys' Men V Blotser (writing to head or firm): has been wise and patriotic and asjo iu New York, comes into notice tration ro not to endorse him would bo an implied again by marrying Robert Read iu Lou- Dear Sir ft will be impossible for mo to get down to business today, ns my wife And Gems' Kurnishinff Goods. We are still solc'agcnts for the old admission that the principles and policy don. Robert Charlton, colored, who kill- has worn my only pair of trousers to a reliable waterproof HUKLLtHOOTS. he represents are wrong and the admined his mistress Minnie Haskins. at Hen- meeting or the (Jhattulkcr Women's throughistration, which is republican Dress Reform association. I shall Ihj on out, has been a failure. As to the al- derson, three weeks ago, has been fouud hand early tomorrow, as I nitend to put leged organized opposition to Harrison guilty and his punishment fixed at them on when she retiies and remain in Ami them all night. Your truly, Jay Blot- in Kentucky, he says it can amount to death. George Martin, of Woodford, has fier. Life. nothing. Some republicans are sore over sued C. W. Williams, owner of Allertou, Pullman VtMibult.l llufTci Slcter mil Pull the distribution of the patronage, hut ttlmt 'lln-- I'lujr.l. grandman lluffet Chair Car on all lrain through to their objections will ;be found fruitless for $25,000 damages, because his There lives iu Bo.ton a Indv who-- o Chicago without chaugc. inQ On via and frivolous. Kentucky's vote will be stand at Independence, la., fell and faith is fiimly placed in the mind cine, money. the .Mnqun urn! gel the Iknt far tho IciM 1'or information .iildrext (LATK ALRXANDKR'S IIUl'KI., him. jured and who is endeavoring to get her chilcast for him and ho will have no a., iiarki:k, ; p A cmubo A bold attempt was made to rob the dren Hafely through the illnoses and W O CRUSH, D , l.ouitllle before tho convention. So far so good, but when tho colonel says there National Bank at Cynthiana, Saturday, aches of childhood by its menu. If litAND IMPROVED. Miles' Norvo und Liver Plllu is no trouble in the republican camp in while all thejollicers were out, but thb tle Margaret tumbles on her face or if Acton a u rinciilc rrulatmif the liver, fihe has the stomach actio she is told that stomach and lHweU tlirn'ih the nervn Anew Hay. $2.50 KentucRy, we take tho dose cum grano teller gave the alarm ami one of the men l)r there is nothing the mi.ttor with hur discovery tate, Mile' PilUxpreililv cure bitiout,l Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, was captured. tor pic liver, ille, nesi bail sal is. opposite Court-Hous- e for men women, ihiMrer. iimllcftl J. F. Smitli, nt Toloao, broke the and that the pain is imaginary. t hilly d fs 5 tent. huile nulilot. LOUISVILLK, KY. She is flatly disputed whenever sho e Two newspaper reporters, L. D. at A R l'eun) on a Mergentha-le- r Bays that she ill record for and assured that there is W. R. LOGAN, Manneor. and F. W. Henry, and J. A. linotvne machine, setting 47.1K30 cms. is no such thing as illness save in tho A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall "Clerks. an artist on the Chicago iiunre. mis a fancy, and It is not to he wondered at corrected mauer, in were deta led to take a midnight more than four times the average setting that the child finds this rather cold com-b- y run on tho pilot of the engine of a fast fort when she is not feeling well. hand. express train to write it up and picture uargan-ts mvonte playmate is little Dr. Lyman Ware.1 of Chicago, tells it for tho public. They obeyed orders his fellow citizens that high buildings re Elsie, bin one day Elsie remarked to her liko trained soldiers and went to their suit in impure ,air, which, in turn, re- mother with a high. "I don't have much fun playing with tasks cheerfully. The engine fairly ilew sults in cholera, small pox, bcrofula und .ntLt.- -' The above is a cut of Dicks Pat Margaret. iiiaiiima.r and every detail of the trip was being other undesirablejconditions of the hu. "In !eed, Elsie," her mother responded cut Feed Cutter, tho best cutter noted, when in an instant "and almost man frame. 'Why not?' tS-lfor all purposes on the market. without warning the brave men were "Because, mamma, she never wants to Mrs. Archie W. Oveiton, member of dashed to death. An open switch, a a prominent Tennessee family, threw play at anything but being sick. Sho Call and examine. I also have headlong plunge and they and the en- vitrol into the eyes ofiS. H. Klliott, of says her mother will never let her bo sick"! the . gineer went down to rise no inioie. Mr. Gallatin, because she thought him guil- nt home, and ho she wants to play it all 'V WXA is here." Youth's l Henry was a son of Mrs. Henry, of Ver- ty of the ruin of her daughter. He will the time when tlll)!!l Companion. 'I rv sailles, who ran for clerk of tho court of lose his sight. appeals on the prohibition ticket, und In a fight between live negroes and Iimt In TIiiki. And the was a very bright and promising young tho police force of Clifton Forge, Va.' "Am to understand." said the young man. one otlicer was killed and uuothor dan- man bitterly, as he arose to go, "that all TI10 AmiTiran i?oii) nro rnilillr ln'comlnc ft In his matchlefcs speecli at Brooklyn gerously wounded. Four of the negroes is over between in?" .r ami mo mo "1 am afraid that is the case," sho said peew or iiriurrmn)ikr. MiilmiiMi nuioning "K. HtMiinllini!. 01 ueji Cleveland were captured by a posse and three of the other uic,ht, ilutler. Vs.. nfir Hint wlinn hln ion vua eitwch- haucalmly, n slight tone of Jersey City Car of Kanawha Salt just received. drew this true picture of the republican them were lynched. lcrf I rom ht Vitin danif. Dr. Alle' creat lt- ttoratho Nrjnp rurfd hitii Mr J H. Miller, V. P. Myeis, of Lebanon, has been teur obervable in her voice. party: "The party we oppose, resting "Then," he nnswercd briskly, reach-im- r of Valparaiso, anila).1 I) Tavlor of licnuunort, poundu from laklu It. Mr. Ind , upon no fundamental principle, bustaiu-in- j appointed deputy collector of internal for hN hat. "you have told mo at II A. each pained Vistula, Ind .vasiuredoMUto Oardner, of a precarious existence upon n distor- revenue in plate of 11. F. Tucker remov-- 1 iust the riirht moment. I have recently U) cou uUluiiH a day. and much headache, illrr.h liymm and ted sentiment and depending tor success ed, and Judge J.ji). Belden, recently ac-- i 01 dered a now winter overcoat, and I nee. Ilackalll', Myers,nerotn protratlon, nays hi MRS. Urooklyn. Mlih., LMWEWS. hottie. Daniel of violating tho pension laws, will jn-- t havo time to countermand a f uryd of insanity of ten yearg' stand daughter upon the varying curreutu of selfish in- quitted ini;. Trial bottle, and fln hook of maneloua PL'RCUASINO AUENT, those pockets under the arms." Clothier cured, free at drucuUt contalni Thin remi-dterests and popular misconceptioir, can has been appointed stamp deputy. no opiates. Xlr, Mile Medical Co., Klkhart, Ind. The friends of William Noe, of Har- and Furnisher of a community Illinois. not endure tho sight Chicago. lan county, are urging tho Governor to TKIAIi KOTTLi: FICKi:. which is inclined to withstand its Ml til Ave r j l'lyii in tin) Ten. ll I'ocketvil lorialehyA It Penny, Stanford. and which refuses to be led pardon him. Nou is serving a three The txldlnit whh over, thf vows woro fcalil. FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL .,i,i 1i.i r h e CinnniUi f " per . years' sentence His Tho couple were .,1. i. with blls away by its misrepresentations." In Order, I'oatil v lian.e III all In l'i Kxprcnn ur it.lii wife died recently, leaving twelve help- When tho mlnlMerxhiKik tho haudofthu bride ',n ii PUBLIC SALE OF i ,ra ul gooUt un. irji And gave Lilt ii less children, jthe oldest only twelve Thuuroom didn't mjircUiih kias, rljjhtnnay Tuk spectatlo of 75 women all liku it, und said meeting of the State years of age. at once in a JACKS AND "Her Ulssea uru not cheup. ic And thtt ono yuu' e tuli on ill do oa w ell AV. C. T. U. at Bradford, Pa., Friday, The Kev.J.Dr. John Hall, of Ak u tun dollar mild lug fee." OF ALL KINDS. I Will rH'U on pastor of tho wealthiest Presbymust have been an inspiring ono to the New York Herald. MMl I lll'ITS, AltAnt'S OltAl'K inebriate. Tho good ladies, however, terian church in America, has resigned CurrLiiii, " iiiiniiriiniiiiii.uftiiy rntinii in 1891, coma, bunum,liruuct, ohl vurci, tkiii diteatet, Oct. II I.II fhlllllllMlllllfllt. pile, fultib, kcratLhes haltet A full htock. did not have their stomachs turned with from the directory of I'liioii Theological Wherever it hai Vt low, Wi mv no iiL'cut. tiurm.deu poison and bruin Successful Driver. ! I'rlfitl ve cnlnli)fUPH on npidlcntlon. C jnnty raned Jacl mean whisky. There was something Seminary. H13 step is a result of the J H (oldmuU, who met vilh uth K'tat Forty head of Jimirl-onnd been uied it has jixcn wonderful tauifaction and ita propentity lor rtitioviiij torenen u icmarka. Uulc Stoik year wi'll leniiel at in ihv eLso in the banquet tendered them the piosecution of Dr. Uriggs, the alleged and other, Grand Circuit latgiven Qiiinn'n1'luilico from Pant, Dumond the Mayivilte Farm, uiic mile tile. Nuiuerout UilimoniaU will be ecu red and Oint. Ky , on write, "I have branch of the will H. P. H1LLENME YER, appear can truthfully cay it Kentucky Kailruad. night before that didn't agree with heretic, for whom Dr. Hall lias tho wann nient a ihoroush trial and removing a Sjlmt or reached at 8Centraland leave at 6Ihe farm L.in he nd told by in this ipace at a later date. Made a in n in is the licit preparation for LEXINGTON, rY. J. II IIICC.INS, Stanford, Ky. est affection. CHARLFS CAKROLI. LUER & SON them. Cuib that lue ver used.'' 55 4t Semi-T- N ic W. eekly Interior Journal Arco-Valle- -- H.RUPLEY,- WALTON. Falliland Winter Goods -- ll WHITES; BEAM VIMM 20 . ofhce-holde- rs high-clas- wsewgrggr' , w,rwJ - olli-rer- post-office- s new-bor- I oflice-holde- r. Infants Children. 1 11 o .V MEW GOODS. -- ship-builder- s, FALL AND WINTER GOODS 1F Men's and Boys' Suitsand Overcoats, and . Men's and Boys' Fine and Heavy Boots and Shoes, Misses and Children's School Shoes, lints, Xcclcwcar, w - W W M'HOBERTSiI&: HIGGINS. y pppo-sitio- n is THE WTLJLAMB Rates Per 1 THOROUGHLY RENOVATED i coiiklipalion-Ur,ccu.ilt- Wash-burn- in-- type-settin- g Inter-Ocea- n, - ... j ! i -- Dicks Patent Feed Cutter & -- , se j Studebaker "Wagon 1 STARTLING FACTS. 111K OIXViEB. FLOW, with Genuine Extras -- J". IB. POSTER, rBSSK i bland-iahmen- ts ,i Nurseries ! I BLUHCRASS fordiouse-breaking- . 111 d ' voui-itiu- g JENNETS 22d, New-Yor- uik' mimim sm, TREES " -- Thursday. -- mic-ce- ss n 1 I 1 yr I wmmammmumaaammmam flJk,i s )k Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknul '20, 181)1 DitKraBH cut ami ti'jnlly mndo nt Mrs, I'liilip?', on Danville Ave. Fixn nnsortmont of souvenir spoons just received at W. B. Mcltoberts'. Btanfohi), Ivv., Ocronmi tt,O.WALTON, DUS,MQnnROr MEANS KxaitAviNM BUSINESS. ono nt A. It. lVnny'ri. Youk Hcroiint in now ready, l'leaso call nml settle. A. It. l'cnny. HAVKyour wntch, clock nml jewelry repaired nt A. K. I'cnny'B. All work warranted. rliujri, Ac, bought at A. It. Penny's will bo engraved free of cbarue. PERSONAL POINTS. iH beautifully nml iirtiritiuiilly ItK.Mi:itiKii thntnll Hilvcrwnre. wntrhe, f J L Hk I P" a,n d, s. Bust lino of school hIiocs In tho city get tho at MimAnnik Ci.kvhh Mykii"", of we leadmond-shaped of. photograph at 7ft cents A good rubbor school satchel given free College, in at honm for a few . with each pair of shoes sold. Severance :Jl per iloxun. Frank Con Her. dnyH. A Son. we a.re to to Mim Jkskik I'w.vk, of Crab Orchnrd, (lux in now and gut your winter suit. Goods, Goods, linn biiun vtsititiK t Mm. Jou Fani-confectioneries and California Good stock to select from ami orders til fruits, fancy groceries and everything Caps, Oil Shoes, Goods, ed with dispitch. II J. Kupley. . good to eat, all fresh and nice, at Jesse Utotiis Mh", Wm. Whi.mii nml MIph " Wk have added to our already lnrge 1). Wearon's. went up to Iiiio Hill Friday to Hpoml n AWAYi'-'T- o stock of ladies' ami mines' cloaks more few day. TiniiiK frosts brought a pretty good one to Misa Nettie Honrox linn j;onti to Dan- than llfty new iml choice garments. Sv rain Sunday and yesterday was tho cold 1). erance A Son. we Come keep booh ville to take a position in the I), ami al day of the season. Tho sigtial serviiu Any u in. I)kii. Col. Montgomery Howard, a promised more fMt last night. Miis. K. II. Hito.vAt'oii nml children, of citi.on of thib counformer Mua. M. V. Taiii.eii, being unable to Crab Orchard, nro vialtlug at Dr. ty, died recently in the Anchorage Asysecure n room on Main street since the lum, to which ho was sent live years Mim. (i. W. Uko.n'ai'uii, nfter a severe fire at McKinncy, hns opened nt her in ago. residence a handsome lino of fall and Feme with iiiflnmiiintory rheuinatiam, fAHt imnroviiiL'. TimiiK nro throe public pumps in town winter millinery, which sho cordially Mis Mattik Vandkvkkii luw ironu to and yosterday all of them were out of re- invites tho ladies of McKinney and viLuumville to Hpoml a mouth with Mim pair so tiiuy would not raise a drop of cinity to examine- before purchasing. 2t A. TJRBANSKV, Ainbrotilft TIioiiiiih. water, livery ono ues them like he FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Main Street, Stanford, Ky, MANES AND Mk. Hkciiiin Wh.i.ianh nml wife have wanted to tear them to piecen. returned from a very plommnl visit to Sam I'mlcrwood sold to Withers, of Lki: KnwAitO", who was indicted at relntives at lmliaunpoli. Fayette, a combined mare for $250. d the last term of tho circuit court for Miw. J. W. 1'im.iam nml baby, Isaac Herrin sold to a l'ockcnstle by her muter, MihH.MiurnioTHblor, shooting craps, was untight last Friday party a bunch of AND cattle nt 2J year-oland lined SoO. After spending a night in luiH ruturnod to Wanliin'toti City. cents. Mi:, ami Mim. .Snuun Thmh, of Lin juil, his friends came to his rescue and Foil S. I.K. ' head of jack stock of Mr. and replevied the tine. ero Knt ln countVi ready for (service. J. K. Baughmnn, Upright nnd Horizontal. " MrH. W. W. Field. Woodfoiti Situ. A Kfl.i. attendance of the iiiuihIhuh of Hustonville. and Portable. All Stationary, Mu. T. S. Wkhii, Jit., ;aftor a visit to The Woodnrd A Slinnklin salo of Stanford Lodge No. Ml I. O. O. F. .is power. sizes up to his home nt Knoxville, ih nuiii tlusKiiui-- t trotters at Lexington resulted in li5 for thin, Tuesday, evening, to of onuof the prettieHt cirl in town. Uncqtialcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and huar tho report of our representative to bringing Mn. 11. (5. Ai.i'oiti), trustee jury fund' Durability. The rich Whiteplains llnndicap, t ie tiniud I)dg. John A Mcltoberts, Write fr Kroe Illimrated I'atnpleU and your wants to who hint been in Louisville come time, worth over $10,000, was won by Dago-neN. (J. A.C. Sine.Sec'y. returned yesterday to fuiiiinh the jurors at Morris Park & CO., lucre. Nuncy Hanks wns sold to J. MalTiik Stanford Female Collegs is enjoy S.'KINOKIKU). OHIO. NEW YORK CITV Jf im.k W. K. Vaiinon linn movod into ing the largest patronage for years. It colm Forbes at ?i:,000. Doblowill conpiko now hns 10" pupiln, i'O of whom nre tinue to?hnudle her. hla new Iiouho on on the an extra and the bonne he vacated in now beitiK boarders. President Hubbard nnd an Morgan's stables, at Sabina, ()., with ntljcts. Although this was price was considered occupied by Mr. U. II. Cooper. excellent faculty nro realizing the results Bl tlno trotters and pacers, includiug fine bunch, the , Miih. J. W. Mrs. W. II. life of earnest and painstaking ellbrts. Nancy Strathmore, valued at $10,000, very high by traders. Advocate. ifinci, Mrs. T A. lticu nml Minnuri Annie burned, causing a loss of S'o.OOO. Spoclmon Cftsoa T. J. CriiTis, of Sotucout, who marAlcorn and Anno ShankH went to I.oti W. W. Brow er, of Richmond. Va A3STD S H Clifford, New Cai.t'II, Wil , a troubled Jsvillo yesterday to see Sarah Hern ried Miss Maggie Newlaud, came up bought 12) cattle in Mercer of various with neuralgia and rheumatum, lus stomach wis w with the remains of an infant, which parties at IJ too. A lot of :il head of dlvordercd. Ills liver away utfeclcd to an aUrmitic hHrdt. and h was ttrnbly dci;r-eappetite fell n short time after birth, ami buried flesh and strength. Ihrec bottles of died in I in: newn cotneH brought .5J. Democrat. .mmh tlint Klcctru Hitters i ured jum Hdward hhepherd, Harmburfr. Ill , had a runl'ortwood, the lovely youiiK lady from it at KUler A. C. Newlaud's. Mrs. CurAt Harris Thorpe's salo corn in tho standing. Used hi lee ot tis was doing fairly well at last ac- Held brought $1.2.") a barrel. W. K. Den- ning sore on of Electricnpht years'and seven boxes Texan, who visited lier relatives, the Mil Hitlers three bottle. U sound Hid his brick residenco on ot IliicUen'sArniia Sahe Catawba. leg lero, hero htst year, has been wood and counts. ny sold a Ohio, had und well John Speaker, in Dudley Tribble for $7,250. five larcc fever sores on in leg. doctors said won nml in now n wife. A ut a vi hailstorm prevailed in Mr. Main street to incural.le One bottle Klectric Ilbtersand Mit. K. T. Kouilhtkk, whois in huti cured him entire liens Arnica Digiit Hoot's neighborhood Sunday, ltichnioml.ltegister. who purchased the one Soldllu. A K Penny's Salve storo. drug at ly. Oils; n.'Mrt uith Mr. Win. Wi.Uli ut I'lne 11111. Charles Heed, but there was tinthiug it could damage epent Sumlny at home. Ilin hoii, K. W. materially. The stones wero so largo stallion St. Blaise for $100,000, has been NEW A1IVKHT1SEME.NT.-5ltochcnter, returned with him and will nml so abundant that Mrs. Knot froze a oll'ored $2,WK) to exhibit bis liorse Wedmeeting of be telegraph operator there. gallon and a half cf ice cream with those nesday or Thursday at the Minn Hkhhik I'bssimiTiis, of Middleu-the Pimlico Jockey Club, Baltimore. scraped up around the door. POSTED. boro, npent a few day with her parent Mr. Bonner was so proud of his pur Tins nutice forewarns hunter!-- fishermen ami TimtK has not been a more exciting chase, Tony V., the promising yeailing hero and returned yesturday. She is others not to trespass on our lands without perto the much pleased with her now homo nml election 111 Crab Orchard for years than he gave $2,r00 for, that he took him into mission, as all suh will be to do all kinds And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r extent of the law hajH everybody in in lino npiritfl there tho ono held Saturday on the question of the lobby of the Pirn nix Hotel, at. c,.00vAMoiRK. of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. j i. iikucr. a graded school. All three propositions now. IS amid vociferous cheers from the an annual tax of not exceeding (0 cts., hundreds of horsemen gathered there. Mn. J. A. lUiw Kit left Sunday for Lily, Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, where he takes the place of Depot Aent a poll tax not exceeding f2 and bonds to Though the Nancy Hanks- - Allertou day and night. A. M. Hrown while ho is oironmntrinio-nybent- . the amount of $1,000 carried by a votu match was oil", over H.OOO people saw Tho younp lady is Miss Anie of (.s to 5S and Crab Orchard will have a tho substitute match for $8,000 at LexLincoln Circuit Court, Rich.S.C.. Ha Thornbiirtr, mater of Mr. Joe Tliorn- - free gntded school. ington between Dehnnrch, tho holder of lien Richardson sAdmr.Defts. l'llf., ss lien In Kiuity. ardson's Ilrs., ..c , Allerton, tho at Middleaboro. record, and bti'K'i "irent Allcreditorshaslnc unpaid claims against tho Otii citizens will bo surprised to read the stallion lien Kiclmrdsoii. deed Oait. Hick, of tho Rowland Hrauch, Iheaiinouuceuiout of Joe S. Jones that great son of Jay Bird. Allerton easily estate of waaeud to apioar befoie, are hereby notified and the undersigned Court paid the leister a call on Wednesday, straight heats. Best time, Master Commissioner of the Lincoln Circuit uay 01 Headquarters For mid won in three and pros e uch i lalms on or before the 31st liogmd little to nay against his slow ho intends to close out his stock 2.1 :1. , uctober, t4i. Stanford and much regret will be i Hyorderof trains, but wns loud in his irninea of leave For live stock premium "t the Col above stjlel aclhc!l.incoln Circuit roif'n DA (. M.Coin r lsUjS,v.. hn by it. On our first page ho tells W. 1'. ami K. C. Walton, the ed caused t. hns been Messrs. Master tion, $150,000 Oct. iy, iSyi. of his intention and of tho low prices at uinbian lixpos $n 0(011 r most valued exchange, the which he is going to sell goods until appropriated, the money to be distributM.MI - W KBKLY IXTKitlOK JOIUINAI.. For horses. $52,000; for out. Investigate if you would ed as follows: Itichmo'ld Hejzister. We are obliged in- closed for swine, $20,000; for $150,000; cattle, save money. deed to the excellent conductor, and we sheep, $15,000; for poultry and pet stock, The undersisned as Administrators of Mrs. Bvnox remarked on ono occasion "'Tis $10,000; for dogs, $1,000. miscellaneous, won't say anything ucahist his train in Luanda Mcr dectaseil, wilt sell to the highest four even if it doesn't o any fait pleasant sure to see one's name in print" $10,000. the future, bidder at public outcry on the premiseson miles and in doing so ho proved that he know proposes to pul- east of D.iiuillc, on the Stanford pile, cr than an ox wagon. A Georgia inventor C. JValios, tho olliciont luiai much about human nature. Those whoe verize the ground to the depth of two Mn. Veclncsclay, 4, 1891, ncfisof the Istkiuou Joi'itXAi., and ev- names appear on our eighth page will feet and over by drilling holes a short At 10 o'clock a in. the personal proptrty owned erybody's friend, will go to Atlanta, realize the striking force of tho remark, distance npart, putting small dynamite bi the decedent at the ti ne other death, consistam! Kitchen lurnltiire. r arming (la., near where he will most likely lo coupled as their names are witli amounts charges in them and exploding them bv ing of Household linplemints 4 stacks or Hay, 15 Acres of Lorn ill d Hull, 8 rate and become associated with his that one of tho most solid counties in electricity. Ho is willing to contract to the field, 5 Cows, u stockd Steers and Heifers, IIik. J yearling Cat brother, Mr. T. It. Walton, in untunes. tho State has acknowledged itself in- do this kind of deep plowing for 75 cents tic, a good work Horse, Drill. Mower, .1 IiRer Hay Rake, Plow. Wann a "J ''lew Harness Lancaster Record. Mr. K. 0. Walton, debted to them. an acre. Terms liber and uniimiiuetl on day of syle S 1. COOK jjoiiiR i., intends I..IVI & of the Istkiuou When St. Blaise was renched in the V I) MYl.KS, Mis Liu ik Bui.i:v hns now on ex- Belmont sale at New York, the llrst bid Admluistrati-rs- . tho to Atlanta, Cia., this week to enter (,.,,1 most complete stock of milgrocery bnsinesa with his brother, hil hibition the was $50,000 and the second was $100,000 Dealerln energetic young man, a good mixer linery ever brought to Stanford and sho and ho was knocked down to Charles guarantee satisfaction to tho Kontucky and will succeed nt anything ho may at- is able to Tennessee, at tho latter tigures. goods are of tho Reed, of brood mares, yeartempt. Danville Advocate. Wo tlinnk most fastidious. Tho s, clocks trimming is faultless At the same salo l' averaged over $0- ,Jittn,mnuzr A. v SMktS&ii , Fr xi&sssa our esteemed contemporaries for tho latest designs, the ....-...-.-. lings and weanlings . i STIBK. overyuung is ,....v. I.KXINGION, above kind notices. It is true that Kd 000. i bought from W. P to leave the position lie has fill- call at, iter pariors 011 .mini Niiei-- win .Limes McC.ulev HaTRepairing neatly and prompth about FALL, : 1891. His brother hns convince you that you do not liavo to Grimes and shipped to Cincinnati 110 ed so satisfactorily ly done. 11 in her lino. nindo him a lino oiler to go into busiuced seok further for anything hogs, :.00 pounds average, that cost him Commencing Monday, Oct. 19th, with him and hoping that it will prove Piices very reasonable. 1.10. Bootli Thompson has bought withseveral parties a lot our sonow at his de th tho best for both, And closing Moiiday.Ott Ciiui'ItCouiit. Owing to tho illness in a few days from I will take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. (Stanford, Ky.) parture is somewhat atsuaged. Wo can of J iiilgn Morrow's wife, ho did not ar- of cattle at :i. Thomas B. RACKS EACH 0 v FIVr OR MOKE i ever expect to tlnd another man who will rive yesterday, but tho court was open- ltobinson shipied to Cincinnati 22 head Kain lomiiiuii' o prniiiplli ut jo'iiK.k. N'i Hec A.C. SIN K J N.MENEFEK t,aiii4nent. lUilnceil rtes oil all railroads 'folk as faithfully as ho hns for tho in- ed in due form by Peter M. Mcltoberts, of cattle that weighed SSS pounds on tho trie curs to stmid. stand- new , J F ROIUNSON, President. day of shipment terest of tho Istkiuou Joi'ii.vai,. whom ho requested to till his place in 10th of May, and on the pounds, a splendid tho event of his inability to appear. Mr. they averaged 1,1 7s CITY AND VICINITY. Record. Mcltoberts acquitted himself cieditably gain on grass The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. for Lehman A Bro., purIt, Gentry Oats for sale at J. B. Foster's. ami delivered an unusually comprehen.. 1, cattle SASH, sive charge tc tho following grand jurors: chased 10 head of LUMBER, FitKsu lino of lino. candies ami fruits at Clnrk Rey- from Cooke & Robinson, of Garrard, at 5 It. B. Ward. M N. Karly, DOORS, 10; 110 head from J. K. Kevins'. nolds, T. M. White, C F. Kpperson, cents, delivery. Nov. SIDING, SHINGLES, CHILD BIRTH EASY. will average 1,550 lbs., of salt just received. Henderson Baugh, J. A. Lytle, T. J. Fos- M.J. Farris, that Fiiksii Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. Nov. 10; and Xi hend wifo used ter. Fielding Thurmond, Alex Traylor, ato cents, delivery 11. K. A W. II. Wearen. Colvln, La., Deo. 2. 188G.-10, at MOTIIEIl'S FKIEND beforo her third Thomas Stone. J A. Dunn way. T. J. 1,550, in Woodford, delivery Nov. Nkw Lutes, handsome and cheap, at Foster was appointed foreman. It will 5 cts. He has 700 cattle engaged in Lin- conflnoment, and says aho would not bo We carry a full stock of everything found in a which will without it for hundroda of dollars. A. A. Warren's Model Grocery. be observed that there are only 12 of tho coln, Boyle nnd Garrard, DOCK MILLS. llxed by tho new bring tho owners nearly $0,000. The omk scamp set (Ire to a largo Held of jurors, tho number than last Sent by express on receipt of price, i& per 1 cent higher Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract Hook " To Mothers " nulled free. on Mr. Jonathan Owsley's farm constitution, it will require v to Hud nn market is about Wm finlvert bought of John B. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., SINE & MENEFEK. Stanford, Ky. orbujHing. Suuday, and besides buruing it, somu indictment. Tho court adjourned after ATLANTA. O isORuaoiT. Moore 5il hogs that average 2S0 pounds ( roR it charging tho jury. rmlB were Uestroyeu. ,000 new Kkmi.-miiii- k K Miw. K. J. Moik, of Luxinistou, vfrit to relativert. on n Sin: my Hno of heating ntoven, coa A notm Kit boy liiis coino to bless the vanes ami hods before buying. J. B. union of Mr. ami Mm. John 11. l'ostor. Foster. Waxtkii. A good farm hand; must Yoi' are invited to examine our now come well recommended. J. !.. Bruce. dress goods and trimmings. Severance Lost, a pair of gold npectacles. Will A Son. . give J'J reward for their return. Hugh Ofii stouk is now more complete In evBeatty. ery hno than over before. Como early Goal hod, meat choppers, butcher and see. Severance A Son. knives and other seasonable goods at A am Catiio.n was waylaid and badl y Farris A Hardin's. used up near Somerset by persons supJust received a now stock of the Duck posed to bo connected with tho Gillilaml brand of ladies' nml children's gosa-inor- s. gang. Severance A Son. Taku your eggs to J. S. Jones' this druggists liavo been authorized to week and get 20 cents per dozen. Cash Ont Portmau givu readers of this pnpor a free trial bot- Bargain .Store, opposite tli House. tle of.Dr. Miles' Nervine. 11 - 11 PiIilHG Thai's what other merchants say of the business now being done hi THE X1OXJXSVIX.E Monday vinfrl Wtf"y But we are satisfied and the people are satisfied. n, o ruing. Values ignored, vgain OBI ! WE WILL HAE NO HSALS i. How land you dia- Stiver-anee- v .Ioi-bI- I The Louisville Store is ivithout a peer inili'ts surround ing town Cloth' ing, are unloading now and values are lost sight The special ers are Mens' Youths' and Childi'cns Overcoats. Our stoch is enormous going cut it down. Everything in this department reduced and bargain prices. Dry Motions, Cloaks, Shawls, BlankDress ets, Comforts, Boots, Carpets an d Furnishing Jlats, at reduced prices. GIVEN eachcustomer who buys 20' s worth of goods fro in us Fine Rocking Chair It is not necessary buy all these goods at the same time. account of will in and get your and your purchases. well-know- n llro-iiuuIi'- h. - THZEK S EGGS JL.2&JD FEA vrice. Bought at the highest market THE t LOUISVILLE STORE Proprietor. STEEL BOILERS, Semi-Portable 2G-hor- GABRIEL, Managers. neeom-lanie- : d Ifif (B t, '3e& THE JAMES LEFFKL "cut-oil"- " Au-oitN- W. B. McROBERTS, , -- JEWISI.EH, DRUGGIST Complete Lin f School Books, School Supplies, Fancy Stationery and Tadlets. Newest Styles The Best and Barest White Lead and Ready Mixed Faints and Meal's Carriage Paints; Largest and Handsomest Line of Sil- two-stor- n-- b-- x -- . 1 m , verware, Watches, Clocks pro-edit- lull-e- st Lex-ingto- NOTICE. B.K.&W.H. WEAREN Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves, Stoves, Public Sale. Nov. a- -) ear-ol- ear-ol- Stoveware, Stovepipe. E0BT. FE1TSEL, ti 1 1 1 1 ! Joi-iik- a LA vl l,n Association HTJITlTIlTa IRACES, m niiii rU.lfew2ESrwiWarranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. All Work IV1 l,:'.00-poun- d alone.-Lunca- ster "Mothers Friend" My Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, BLINDS, 000-poun- car-lo- ad mm V WOVEN WmE A1TD SLAT FSETCIL bot-ti- e. FIRST CX5LSS DUMBER TTARD. .... T - v .. - r-- FH f M I ''()'f'ttt!imififmimmvm ttvf pcy jhi o j r ?' f . FACTS ABOUT BOILS. FLOWER CHANDELIER. LACK SILK APRON. USEFUL INFORMATION. Eomo folK Is fillers Krutubltn' no matter what Vritli the Alii of This I'lcturo One Can The I'm )lr!i.irsr1 from Them u inti A s Writable t'rolertor In lli lloiiir, i they've of Easily lie Mnde. erni. Most vegetables are better cooked or Morn. fault with what they have ami v.ir.tia' I5ol!s nre caused by germs, but it In Tho vines may droop and touch your fad, excepting potatoes, beans, peas, Nothing prettier or more what they've not; liair or ticklo your car as you cross from not fully determined just how the germs than soft black silk enn bo serviceable cauliflower and other which contain And you'd think, to hear cm kicutn' an' cussin' chosen for find siceos, but they nre probably redoor to window, lint there's nothing in cf their luck, starch. iVibbugo should bu boiled rapceived through some slight abrasion or .ui apron when one wishes to put it to idly In plenty of water, so should That the world's a bad investment en' the. life that's pleusantcr than to live close onions, roal bervlco as dress protector in the Lord' eettin' stuck; to green things, even if they be only other injury to the skin. Tho pus which home, olllce or store, nnd at tho An' It riles mo up to hear 'em all suinc j.nuig beita nnd turnips. Is discharged is full of germs. A slight green things swinging in a bamboo the time, timu desires to add a pretty touch of 1'on piece of dried beef weighing chandelier. You can see how to make injury in tho vicinity of any of tho stylo to plain costume. The illustra With their measly misconception of the work o' two pounds allow two hours' jflHnds of the body through which the Sublime, An' It sets me to rcflcctln on the merits of tho germs are given opportunity for en- tion, Kig. l, shows a plainly fnnliionod boiling. Itomovc from the lire ami case, allow the lieef to staifd in the water trance, Is often followed by enlarge An' a Or.wTin' of conclusions appcrtnlnln' to the until eold. This beef, ent in thin slices, ment of tho glands. An injury to the; race. will l f mid very nice for luncheon or fueo for instance, will cnuw tho glands Till I've hortcr got to thlnUIn' that It's sinful to light mipptr. complain; of the neek and jaw to swell. Some That ther's Just ai much of pleasure as thero time from inflamed tonsils germs find Douoiis that stick to roll in v pin, ever wus of pain; sieves and are carried by the lymphatics lurd und hands inn hot kitchen L.iiil That there ain't no moro to cuss about than along to some point where they obho Mi tawny till thoronghly chilled, but whnt there Is to blo, Sit tf :.tf. An' things are pretty ofcally divided up, struct the bloodvessels and form a tinv all trouble might have been s:tcd H guetis ; V& clot which gives tho genus a change to iwh'Kcold fat, llonr and liquid at first, Tor when you strike a balance 'twlxt tho shad-faU'&SS feed and grow upon dead blood nnd ' and Uiu texture of the dough would an' tin- nun. ' in this way develop a Imil. Genus of have been better. Tho two will ailers ekallze when atl Is said and done; consumption are similarly tnkrn to the ("nn.. .vims ni-- well known good win-to- r An the v.nrld Is balanced eica, or It wouldn't lungs sometimes. Knlarged lymphatic blooming plants when they get Kpn aroun', plaints about the or elavivheru ' plenty of sunlight Untesa the plant.-- ; For tho lullsU fill the hollers when the thing Is should receive attention bowuue thev leveled down. tne of a atalky nature now, cut them may lead to something else. They There's another o!d tlmedoctrlne.cn' I've found buck U make theni no. as nothing limits i It mighty tru?, often take on generation wot-sIn n wimiow than lank p.ud,iii,r someThat vou never get a thing wlthou t and after awhile reach the lungs. It t platit. thin' is lvcst to hare the glands removed by the ri.owi;r. ciunukmrh. thero never was a gain without corrc-- i fifes. A VKRY good thtnarxx) U made of sa'ts spondln' loss; while this it from tho picture given. The three surgery Otherwise enlargement Is still til tartar, wbitu castHo ocp. Ttnt you're not agoln' to wear tho crown un-slight gland lielow gland largo sections of bamboo are dove- und hike warm water less you bear the cross. The salts will nn 3 nit. 1. u pint In life, tho whore you'd iAn' when you tailed together ut the point of the may Ik found affected and the oeru-tioret'H" tho dandruff, the .np wilt come to be quite a serious one. It like to tripod anil hung by three cords or wires, You may mm;e it soon or later, but you'll pay is very rare that they enn be cured by but huiidoemu apron of blaok sUu ooften and eio.4i the liair ihorour ) Inside the bamboo rods are tin cylin- any while fur It, tut remedy. A simple enlargement of trimmed with crocheted black silk hteo cold. tV bny mm will prevent t iking ders that hold water, and the outside A man may pet the Iarulu' of tho sciences an' and two widths of bhiek ribImj driven the slch l-i'of the bamboo can have, if you choose, awayglands can aoinotimrs bon. The wider riblxm foruis the fold- Coukixq utcnrJU should be put An' Euothcr deals in futures an' may strike It little Japanese designs of birds, butter-flic-s developbya arsenic, hut the ui'senie may led bolt and bow at the liuo!i. and the they will b at onee eonvenientwhen disorder worse than the enniul sudden iilii; or (lowers cut uito it with a knife narrower ornaments the poekct and the open to the air and light The w hoi But the llrst has lost tho poaiu of mind that thnt will chip the thin and brittle outer larged glands. Dr. .1. II. Kellogg. ilnUs of the pinafore which ouce he used to feol. shoulder p kitchen and all lUMccesanry apartments, bark und leave the outlines light An' the lait hus lost the rcliih of the is nrranged to form soft folds from the pnntries, closeti, ete., hhoald Ih fUxKiid A BIRCH-BARSTAND. honest meal. against a darker background. The shoulders to t!i" 1. ui d lie Fin Kitlily with liht. nnd sor that t'- y An' when you sco u fcltcr's got things extra s roils ought to be live inches or How- to Mukn n Ttirrmnnirlitr nv.-- ' t Stuml in bint A dinvrum enn nice, thoroughlv eentilatrxt. in diameter and fourteen or vriilrli u Wry 1'rotty !m! !. is given. Fig. i. sh nvttuc the shupe of Vou can gamble that for all he's got he s paid ' A. ' A if 'V it A !. i'i.R....'.r uiin't f li.va.ii'fifteen inches long Vines may trail Fancy articles made of the birch bark tho phut torn mttem and how to lay the the market price. off and wash some Tup., pla-- e tin in An' if your llfd was llgured out, I'll tell you with much less trouble from baskets in brought home from 'mimuior wander- plaits at the bolt und n'.ioaldef; the what, my friend, which they tire really growing, but ings are always acceptable v'lft. and skirt und ioc!c;?t are so simple in shape on the fire with virj littl.- wat r. U;i You'd Und it balanced just the same- as hls'n at I. il with many of us the novel is always the the following thermometer stand is not that home tlrvusraakerH cannot fail to till soft btrnin wit'ioiit nqiiee-inthe end. the better way. Chicago News. only pretty but easily mnde Tnen quit your fool complilnln' an' a studyln' copy the ik'siim correctly. The pattern ndil juice two or three luitiuteM. then half tut inueh Mijnr oa yovi liHve how to shirk, lake a strip of baric ncven inches would bo equally pretty and appropriFAMILY SCRAP BASKET. For the time you xflend incussin' you can better long nnd alnjut six inches wido, cut it ate for apron of fancy nilk trimmed julee. autl lxiil for Are minute. Then ppend in nark, seat it In IhUIU-Things do take on a bilious look nt times, I Wafh dusty furniture with warm, not in a sloping line across the lop, begin- with ribbons and lace frill. American li' one awakes In the night, us hope ning at the left. Slope down the right Agriculturist must i.dmlt, hot, white soapsuds, in which drop an I SOCGIIT IlUFL'aS IX FLI0HT. e But a klckin' an' complulnln' won't help tho lesly an U galraninsl or ounce of linseed oil in a pail of water; side for about four inches, und roll over thing a bit. DRAGON SOFA CUSHION. plausc along our linn of inarch were wipe dry before polishing. the remaining two inches or tho small clwtiiniil with vital an invariAn' tho clouds that cone a drlftln' by'll vanish inspiring and suggestive of yet greater corner in such r. it u lMiHtitiii mill 41111 - MuiIk In n able remedy isaglasNtif hot -- nut warm one by one, Tik a piece of stale bread In a white end of the right-han- vtater. It can bu lu.Ul over the ks, IVrv lnt'Xi'ii-iv1mr. An' from behind 'em is tho glory of tho possibilities of amusement. muslin cloth and drop it into the pot manner as to make IkuIi top and botsun. Accordingly, they became more with your boiling cabbage; it will ab- tom of the stand of uqunl width; the A very liand.iie nofn cTithin emi tie ciroier a .pirit Um:, and wippvd whihi There's as much of sun as shndder in every drap demonstrative. roll is kept In place by a nurrow ribbon made of duek linen which comes in Ono of them suggested alinoat ut Udlmg :ud one who sorb all the offensive smell. o' dew, the improbability of finding any Hies bow. pretty fawn phade and can 1m inudc in triu. it will llnd himself truing to sleep There's us much of day as darkness when you Tiif. skin of a boiled egg Is tho best on me. Another accounted for thl3 by Xow fasten the bark to a piece of a very incnvnt.iv way. The design is like an infant, ami getting, too, tho take the year all through: remedy for a boil. Carefully peel it, most restful ami jwaefnl ahvp imngin-ublThere's as much of sun as shaddcr In every the opinion, "Datder flies" didn't sufof the wiinc shape, only a conventional in its character, consist' cardboard wet and upply to the boll; it draws out human heart, ficiently appreciate a soft thing. ing of ilrngou, with clawn, and a bori the matter and relieves soreness. An' of dav an' night in every life you'll find na Ere a block had been passed, my der representing scales: Ah taii as sMihle have eitlier tin or ekal part. Fon simple hoarseness take a fresh An' should there be a residue a stan'ln' cither company had been reinforced by rewomlen boves, with tightly fitting covcruits to a full battalion. And I, cf;c, beat it and thicken with pulverized ' way, wV St ''fj; ers, for tins dry articles, imch as sugars, sugar. Kat freely of it and the hoarse- The Lerd'll make it ekal on t'other sido soma a martyr to dignity and, by poeornmenl. oatmeal, beans, vw. Let . y v js ness will soon be greatly relieved. day. prohibited ' s, each bo plainly Ialeled nnd have its - Albert Mgelow Paine, in Epoch. lite society, of haste- by from a vulgar Win:.; your face and ears burn so tcrexhibition running, was :V. own place. m a.s to Sv found at once. therefore compelled to remain the ribly bathe them in very hot water, ns Tint many persons let sueh nrticlen 4 i curiosity in a street circus. hot as you can bear it. This will be leading stand lu paper bags, which are liable to The inconsistency of this recurred to more apt to cool them than any cold lie upset or broken, nnd also Invito 7&0 application. I and had ine. acted from impulse, mice and cockroaches and other ermlu. should have cut my sticks and bolted. t-k-1 uni'EXTi.NK is the lest known subv., Hut this would liavo been gratuitous stance for removing stains of paint, and HANGING PINCUSHION. if it is possible to apply the liquid at , AM a man who fun to my escort; for it is undeniable M rl, Olio Tlit llu llir. Mrrll uf Nn.cllj- unit has long been that there is nothing in nature so well once not a vestige of the spots will remake Cun Ho i'tfttlly .lluiln. suspected of calculated to of a the public grin as main. fat man on a dead Thkiif. is nothing that proves so ef common sense, the spectacle The pincushion Is an Indispensable fectual in relieving congestion of the yet a mere run. I adjunct of the drrssingease. and no V Yet did conceive of a plan for re) cs2vr'.vAuui7jB9au.TacLru V) lungs, sore throat,, or rheumatism as may lief by losing my cliumlicr is w ithoutone or two of thc-- o costly silk umbrella, hot water when applied thoroughly and throw me off The whole pattern, including the bor- useful articles. Ileing so useful they my mental bal- which was a Christmas gift from a promptly. der, is tinted with the embroidery dyes grow shabby much more rapidly than ance. I aspire dear friend, who at the time could not Hoitsi:i:.ui.sii cut in thin strips lengthmere ornamental bits of decoration, in a ricli brownish shade; the design l have foreseen the present harrowinir wise and a dozen or more of these strips to some dignity Tin: TitRiutuMi-rrr.itthen worked in outline embroidery, or and the home maker is always on tho placed on the top of each keg of pickles of manner, and consequences. lookout for something new in And so, just as I was about to hear will keep them from becoming stale or trifle smaller. This is to hold the bark pluiti outlining can bo used if preferred. The hanging cushion which this line. on the public is given A brown and gold cord is put around flat. Sew another piece of cardboard, my umbooks I nm tho sixth inquiry why I kept sacrifice moldy. say about :x.", on tho back, at the top the outer edge and makes a nice finish. herewith ha tho merit of novelty as brella dry at such a deplorable A.nyoxk can add strength and weight ci edited with Tho shape of the cushion may be either well as lielng easily and inexpensive! v some items of to my person, I sidled up to the gutter, to his body by rubbing well with pure only, so as to support the whole and al- oblong or square, as fancy dictates; and tnadc. Cut a piece of eardlKiard, not respectability. let the handle slide through my lingers olive oil after a .warm bath. Oil baths low it to stand like an o;uel. a new fad In the addition of n pocket oil too stiff, somewhat in tho shajH of a the? bark Little slits arc I wear a stylish and hurried on. are particularly beneficial to delicate left side, which cut in narrow on the the back, to hold a handkerchief or diamond, measuring six and f hnvn Ah! happj' ideal A grim btory of a children. ribbon attire, which includes a silk tile, which inches run through, finished both top and bot- other articles. Anna T. Hobert. in on two from the top to point of joining, Russian mother's escape from pursuing (Maybe white 6r black according to cirsides, and six inches from TnosF. who suffer from a sensitive Ladies' Home Journal. wolves by throwing them tiii3 bows; cumstances; also kid gloves and patent babe. Hashed into mytomind. her tender skin, subject to frequent irritation and tom in with pressedthe center is ornato the sains point Cut a piece mented True, flowers and mosses 'leather shoes. The conventional Itnllal nn 1. run. Cretin. of plush enough larger than this all was a mere umbrella; and tho roughness, should never wash in hard held in place by fine stitches or white of diamond pin and gold TMs will Ik. found useful when cream around to allow for seam. This mar scrambling pack of gnmins in my rear water, uoucu water win often prove varnish, and the little ther- is not watch are included, of course. Kid I'nt the thin peel of be of any color desired; in the model it of benefit to delicate complexions. mometer is tied on with tiny Ikjws of et, anThe other day I was the leading actor might have it and welcome. half n pint of boiling is of apple green. Take a piece of term Ko.ua 1. part of cream tartar and salt ribbon; yellow ribbon is used in tills two lemo in a little street scene; or' to describe it other instant, and the whole herd were pet.re make an excellent remedy for water, ai when it has sUxxl h little eotta satin, allowing for the seam, and case, as the flowers are buttercups. more accurately, it was what the play again after mo in full cry. "Say, mis- rheumatism. Take dissolve Iim if a p.Mind of lump sugar in making it sufficiently deep to line tln teaspoon-fu- l Hoy, boss! You'se lost yer bills put down as a screaming farce. I ter! it When rprlv cold add three eg','s canlhoud rather more than half way of tho mixture und divide it into .u I in pre roil luh. Here 'tis." And the lost was not only the star, but I constituted the yolks ami white well beaten to- down. This may be cinbroldeiod or three This is for an is permanent pretty much the whole performance. I article was Hashed beforo me like a threo doses. a Take one of these doses nnd unaffected laic which application gether, t nd juko times day. by the of .Strain th s tito stew-pa- of the lemons. painted to please the. taste or in magician's wand to bar my progress. found myself on a crowded street, !.! a and stir un- accordance with the ability of ho acids, alkalies, etc., and which render-- ; Keep it, sonny," I replied, rather where there ought to have been plenty After taking from worker. With the satin line 'the ton of HOLDER FOR DUSTER. forgeries and erasures, additions or al- til of street cars. I had half a mile to go. petulantly; whereupon there wus a the. cardboard terations easy of detection and dillicult the fire stir occasionally until cold, then A I'rrttr Trln Which Is it OriiH.nirntr.1 A smart shower set in, and though the great uproar. smoothly, draw--in- g to accomplish. To carbon black (pref- mix into it a quarter of an ounce of gelCostigan!" screamed a young "Dinny H It l (Nrful. distance I had to travel was long, yet atine, soaked and dissolved in half a it over ttlf citizen. "I'm in on dat dere umbrella. Two strips of moire ribbon nre Joined erably prepared by tho action of con- gill of water, also nearly cold. my tune was short. edge and catchI found de half of it" Accordingly. centrated sulphuric or other acid on to form the bag for tho handle of the So also was the supply of cars, eviing it down with To I'm l Dry Hire. dently, for there was not one in sight there ensued a tremendous onslaught duster, and to the top of the bag two sugar) arc added a solution of gum long stitches limbic or other mucilage, caustic, soda, on Dennis by the excited claimant. There are several very palatable strips of ribbon are tacked and brought I opened up my bejeweled umbrella, which may be reoxalic acid and Indian ink. Vanadium ways of using up dry rice that lias been Young Mr. Costigan took to (light, together at the point of suspension under or tried to do so, but to my dismay, the moved when the but, to my disadvantage, he revolved a large rosette bow of similar ribbon. in any form, Aleppo galls, nut galls "left over" from the ilay before. Any handle parted from the top and nothing cushion is finheld it to the nilk cover but the braces. about my person, tho claimant in hot The points for tacking the ribbon to and a small quantity of an aniline dye remains of puddings may be transished. Tho outare then added along with siilllcient formed into n delicious custard by baktried, as well ns my ingenuity would pursuit. I foresaw the inevitable conI side of plush may water to make the ink flow readily. ing in a crust of pastry. If you thin devise, to induce that stick to perform sequences to myself when the decisive be seamed toThe following proportions yield good dry rice (cold) with sweet milk, sweetgrapple should occur, with my legs in gether up the results: Nut galls, '20 per cent.; Aleppo en, and flavor with powdered cinnadanger of violent seizure, front and short sides, and galls, r, per cent.; carbon black, 10 rear. And so reclaimed the umbrella, mon, it makes a cold dish will bo the cardboard "vanadium, I per cent.;" Indian enjoyed. Kieo fritters, gem that tossed the assembled company some muffins and caught together ink, 10 per cent.: oxalic acid, " per wattles enn bo made out of "ivniniuitw" silver nnd passed on. and slipped in, cent.; aniline dye, per cent; rain of cold rice, beaten up with milk, Hy this time my silk tile was not tho or the hitter may water, r0 per cent. "The whole i an vif, halving powder and (lour. salt, object it ought to have been. Indeed, be covered with boiled, filtered and stralr.cd. Scienmy whole dripping person suggested nn ""Hijif flry the plush before tific American. (illlll, SIVJII1 oversaturatcd sponge. In view of my bcingjoined.just Persons unacquainted with tho qualperplexities, you will please to pardon Il.uty as prefomtd. ities of HWtimp gum have no idea of tho my confession of acute mental nnd Some people are. continually acquir- wonderful things that can 1m accomT It e f (i r in e r physical distress. ing "dear friends." Ladies o.' an im- plished with method is, perAt last, my sense of the impropriety this wood. It is used expressible nature have been known to tensively in lower Delaware in tho fJ haps, the easiest of vulgar haste had to yield to the add two or three to their list every manufacture of berry bnvrs, and n to do neatly. Tho exigencies of the moment. I increased week during tho visiting season. Meii gum log fifteen inches in din meter may, tip edges of tho my pace to a shuttle, and then to a kind hVtAyrtj arc not, generally speaking, as apt to by the use of proper'Instrunients, be plush are then of trot, shedding mental anathemas at rush into friendship as the moro ami- literally drawn out into ribbons. turned in and every step. It able sex, yet many u man contracts cuts like cheei.c, and may be tied into overhaiuled t At this, the mob gleefully pursued friendships in haste that hn repent at bow knots, or bent into almost any conwith tho Tho eldest of the Arabs encircled me. leisure. Triif friends are scarce acqui- ceivable shape. snthi.thostitchcs my person us 11 were tne adjunct of a sitions. They cannot bo picked up at covered with a and the junior memItOMIKIt FOR FKATIir.ll DU8TKK. the rate of half a dozen a season at t'rrain I'llttcn. cord of green bers of the tribe strayed across my Y. Ledger. One cupful uf sweet cream, the whites nnii terra cotta rope silk, twisted Up'r THi: U.VNDI.K l'AUTKD HItOM THK TOP. path, nnd I stumbled over them. In the bag should be carefully determined, Jinner parties or balls. X. offourcgf well heuun mid added to gether, loops of this being arranged i. T .tlakn vain did expostulate, anil frantically so that the holder will hang at a pretty a part at least of its proper functions. Take three pounds of sugar, u quarter the erenm, lt s cor fnS of sweet milk, to luintr the cushion bv: and other Their angle; the bows of ribbon are fastened Hut no. In vulgar phrase, it was no wave my crippled umbrella. , teaspoon loops, finished with tassels, fastened at blood was up, and weakly sought over tho tacking. The ribbon may be pound of buttei, half a teaspoon ful of a b:t! ; longer in it t. j niful of bakintr the joining. If desired, another cluster refuge In Might. of any preferred color and variety and cream of tartar, a nil add si, fllcicut water iuu. Ily this time, as you may suppose, tw Mir,iu s of sifted of loops, with tassels, may lie sewed at Down tho street I ran. fairly snorting should be of the width required to form only to dissolve, tho suar. toil with powder the rain was fulling, and 1 not being from the violence of my exertions, the a bag of suitable size for the handle of out stirring until it will easily break flour, or u.v. i t in dee t s.il" batter, tho point of the cone, which is now constructed like a water shed, was when dropped in cold water. Then pour Drop a s'i. otiful ! ti.n-- i .11 hot lard ready for tho cushion. Tills is of terra getting soaked. Quite disgusted, but juveniles after me, yelling in chorus tho duster. Dutterick's Delineator -? .1 p. ate or heavy cotta plush, made Just large enough to selections from the popular operas, into a dripping pan, and or snot resolute, I hurried on, meanwhile rolt'urnit'irt'li Cukr. .ore ti:::ig to the table. fit in at tho joining, coming a little brown p such as "Comrades" and "Where Did when a most cold cut into small squares. ling up my friend of the gold head Half a teacupfil of butter, ono and If desired, a dash of lemon may be Servo la ' W. . .:!."! .; riljt. above it. with tho care and tenderness to which You Get That Il.it?" was btghted, tcaotipfuls of sugar, erenmed added into the mixtuio before Any ohosen material may, of course, At last, as a car a puttin" tho old cripple was untitled. This I c. together, lmlf u cupful of cornstarch, on to boil. Kight drop, will bu sufii-debe adapted to tne limiting of this dainty ' accomplished, I set out briskly. policeman in a rubber overcoat has- one and llnnlly Tho Spanish fa ' ..01 w earing a deep-re- d little. 111 tide, velvet, sill;, or what f cupfuls of (lour, half a People wens scurrying along in tened to my assistance as then sup- cupful of sweet milk, three eggs, beaten ro,o in the hair just behind tho ear please. A dainty hairpin cushion to posed; but I subsequently learned that Sympathy, either "direction thosa having, no um- it was his Is being copied by women who benevolent purpose to re- separately, the whites saved anil put in Miss I'riin (to Mr. IMchfellow) Oli, aro inclined to picturesque hnirdrcss-ing- . match is easily made by this model, tho brella on the ruu, and tho.se having strain me, until lie could cushion being filled with curled ha'te communicate, last, two teuspoonfuls of baking pow- it's nothing, nothing, ily teUh uchu one holding it at quite tho proper an- by telephone, a Tins American woman looks well covcred with coarse netting and U with the various public der mixed through the flour, two gle with cither a red or a wh'te rose placed j with a piece of looped knitting. 11, of lemon extract; if not stiff little; tltat's ull. institutions wherein Small Hrother (sympathetically) At last tho odd sight or an elegantly sons of deranged uro con lined per- enough add a little more flour Very ua ucscuueu, as ner complexion is substituting a bag of satin, drawn at intellect Karl gentlaraan, grasping a neatly Trego, in Drake's .Magazine, nice when fresh, but after two days old Why don't you take em out? Good delicate to permit tho tiso of the top, for tho cushion, a dainty hair Xcws. jqta Ktndiay ealmly cither. it dries up. receiver is obtained. Home. IV CONCERNING SOME FOLKS. 1 - - too-Tha- along in the rain, was too much for a curious public, therefore various remarks reached my ear-- , "Say, mister," squeaked an urchin from the shelter of u dry doorway, "don't you know it's a rainin'?" All oblivious, I passed on. Then a young Arab from across a the street volunteered the salutation to his chum: "l'atsey, tho ould pint's afcercd to pet hi umbrella wet, seel" A bevy of young and shop girls whom I met, us I passed them, loudly snickered. Tliis affected me seriously The umbrella which had brought me to this ridiculous plight now began to torment me ns a most intolerable I gripped it, as if it were a mortal foe whom I was determined to strangle. Meanwhile, the public, from tin investment of mere, curiosity, were now disposed to reap a dividend of fun. At the windows of the drugstores and saloons along my route, customers glued their faces to tho glass and grinned. To the young gentlemen who zealously accompanied me, and whose rags, like feathers, drooped in tho rain, these manifestations of ap- shrill-voiced smart-looking bur-d"i- i. half-dozen Dri-n- IVinci-riiu- I ' 11 11 11 st.-ni'- j Ai V"M 3, B ; ' J 1v nl j unZf 1 tuK-rculoslhi- ;ffi J st-, n gt-t- -, 1 ' grot-grnl- u hard-turne- :i;-- v - i,l1i3 there-aliout- - - - -- - - g; k wide-awak- octl-Zit- d 111- -- 11 tet ' e. 11 - - j W rs ' 's."i(. 1 n'pgjg? Pfe f 1 M rtm 1'pmii . m & 9tmmi Wi - trifle oue-hni- the-Ixilto- 11 ten-ce- nt t' ! l urn-brelle- r. one-ha- lf n 1 w $ n pet-cent- .: 1 i$& '- - 1 Frlrnil-tlilvm- . wmXf 53 mf lw 1 merry-go-roun- If-j- 1 Itiitter-St-otol- . I . 1 11 - - - I . ; . .- - . well-buttere- 1 d I one-ha- lf ur.-n';i-.- i nt 1 one-hal- u to-da- y snlll-tlcntl- y , X ? V ir,;.v'rvMr.l- - -- " W A SILENT HKOTUEUIIOOI). RARELY, AND Tk I t o o 11 d - io s a n SM er ut cr at IW ra to tlo se, ty on o tho ,ix. fniplo r.nilltii; ill Ociiriil Itnulnnssr's Cu r nllli u .Snlfliln'n Dentil. MONKS V.'HO OPEAK politician The famous I'renoh general, Father Peter Mlontly conducts visitors THEN ONLY IN WHISPERS. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. and adventurer who recently committed the institution, reverently Imeol-liiIhroutch suicide in the cemetery near Brussels all of the ahrines and altars. 'Jill 1S9X. ttmvw at Vrlt ii New Nivfl was born'in Brit- A VM in llir Tmpitlut Miniitry ,1" Tho rliftjiel is tho first place visltotl. It IMItor & -- Jtiail4 -' w tauy in 1:17. and of ii siiiilritlsl"His S'ature lsCKcntiirk) Tim liiimttm ICmnr I.IUlf nf U of (iitluc finish, with bare teats, walls Full corpot Coinerv,tory and Yorin il "ch'xil tea lcr S ip 'tor 'Jiirsi-- . in Literature, Mutic and e V"" rimUrlty his full uatiis, MnreitH tlarjier't. Tlum l tli Wml.T hikI .hiiiI Tln-lArt. I xcllcnt lu.ir .ing and celltiiK One of tho altars was cut Citl.iM in t rc . f irn he J on application. translated into Milkers. Otlmr Slur) kimI VtT from blicks ol wood by u devout father. l.itlmr mill Dctiillnii. K n g i h h, was The orosci'T is a beautiful example of Of Kunsiwi wriwrs there is none. (OoiiyrtRlit. IWI, bjr Amerten" ITwm George Ernest i tli most mosaic worlt, showuiK who has achieved thu fame and llou.J Bakdetail all of the offices of the church. prestige or I M ajar V Howe, known to er The French V FIRST viow wood, the world as the nntuur nt "The Story of the AbiHfy of It contains thousands of pieces of B o n a u g e r Is Mr Howe is nbout as common l.n Tnqipo. the ntnl was made by a father who spent or a Conn try Town.' ' on it There is a tliitty-siseven years working years or ago and has won a a name in France ' ' A ' & home of th tine choir, and a largo p'irt of the service place in the realm or letters by his own as the r'nglinh From the chap! one enters indomitable will and keen powers of ob Baker is in Amor 'J wiia one long to Is choral O'1'"' bo rsiiU'intxMxl. the Ions cloister extending nroiuid the servntion and analysis. His college was ica. and so fov- MWilreil Tliroiiiniittoiiii(l untire itiwsr court. There are walks and the printing office, and a varied sort of cral of that name OP.NK1CA!, B0tJIX01'.rt. UJ&7 (lowers and grainis within this court, knowledge , was gatherel during his piuturewiue This particular famous. have Large stts-- ' pltntyof scenery, scats 500. Engagements with of Oethscin-line- . and a aiimll slitiuo youthful wanderings through tho far Bonlanger won honors in Algeria, In .Nelson To the nlit is thediniii? room, a long, west. In partnership with his brother Cochin China and Italy, coining out of "ood attractions solicited. cunnty. Ivy., vu. cheerless npartuwiit, funiished with rndo he established, about fourteen years ago, tho war ol 1M0 with a serious wound o i'i mII iw jclory if voiHln benches for tables, sad the newsjmper which, from a single and givatlv distinguished. rtcols to take the place of cbaira. Kinnll sheet, has kitice grown into the the brilliantly While military instructor at St. Cyr tinted full folinuH. As tlicMtn slowly sunk The fatlwrseat ni mat. and their redo- Atchison Daily (llolw. .Mr Howe's dining the long peace ho married a r ' yfl Itohiml tho witem lulls it brought tiito ubles aresll coofcel together in mh largo latest lKxk Usars the mysterious title of wealthy and beautiful lady, Mile. " Of tho Tli-rssel. is a father's nam at eotfli "An Statement. bold relief t lit) dull gray lower of tho 'MM&l but he was licklo in his attachfC4&SJ(l tsisiAuCS ? Mystery of tlie Lock" and "A Man's ments ami finally abandoned her entireublwy. surmounts! by a htm K'ildtftl place, and tits table furniture coasts U of cro?", nnil u tnouivtit Inter the valley an earthen water pitcher, an earthen Story." it is said that tlie author wonld ly, and after a series of vagrant amours . s. E Cor. ltli &z Vino, Cincinnati, O. IhjwI, a a wcsMlew sKon ami give utiiuli of his wll eime.1 fame to re- became devotedly attached to lime, do was tilled wUli Ui ochow of "the fork, a nankin and a bottle ooutainuiK call them. Mr. Howe is at prewnt pre- Bouuemaiu It was at her grave that ho ralluiK Uncther the Short-Han- d, Book-keepin-g, Type-Writin- g, ty of La Tnpe. a hand of Htiidlutu. cider a soar as vinegar There apear paring a aemlreligioiis novel with the firod a bullet into his head, but it is prob the well rilnciuwl wen. who are to he no use for knives. All eat at able that disapiKjiutinent in all his folit-ieBusiness Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, of their unevwifc-fu- l name time, sad dnring the meal a MitfiuiK tlio lontc day tchemes and the ridicule and remomits a mall platform and live In proyur. ImnI labor aial talent his flight from Franca proach which Penmanship and all Business Branches. a ledum or rends from soma ro- moditHtinn excited had much.to do with his suicide. Twple Instructors. Up with the times. 1062. Lnryeantl Uourtshlnj: contlilence ot thu HuiueM Coniniunlty. ottMr wonl is evr ItgfcHM Estnbllshod book. No n Tho order was founded In the Middle His gallantry during tho I'lts thoroughly for liuslncss Pursuits. Has thu In the Kit- aro war ol 1870-- 1 made him tho idol of The itmlenta nre tn demand mid. are aldttl in aeeuring employment. lho chargesDoc Am Driven from t'nince reasonable. Hoard can bo huU In the city at low tlRurt'8. Day aud Kleht ScmIou. teetith century, the Silent lirotherhood French iopulaco. He was called as proml-ftho InvesUgatJonbollcltcil. feeud for cataloj;ue. C W McGEE, Principal. was aonttereil over the fare of the rIoIhs. "Le Brav General," and hailed as thu Then arc only two monactni of tho predestined leader in n war of revenge orilr In tho United State The olderI The government felt on Gormaiiy. and more imtiorUint. the one of wliluti called on to interfere and suppress his write, t Iwalcd in a valley of the "Patnotic loaguo." The people elected foothills In NuImiii county, Ivy. him to the chamber of deputies as a ttlxnit sixty mllrs outlnviHt of LouUvillo representative or Paris by a majority of until recently a iwrtienlnrly isolated. 81.000. then the government prosecuted Hid at all times nHcMtrcMtM ami fertiU). him for misappropriating public money, Dealers In- region of the rent Blue Oraw Statu. he iled and his party collapsed. It was The buildlnsH were completed In !?& shown that he had used about $1,300.00!) The other twiiirli linear Dunuo,", la. of tho money of the Duches.--o do Uzes hi The little railway station where one political schemes, and thero was a disleaves tho ear In called Uothsuiniino. graceful scandal Nevertheless, the exTwo iniles away In the monastery. Its CrtAllt.IS MOUKAO UAIlflftlt. tremists clung to him and now mourn sproinlsiiig and somewhat lengthy titlo his death Ho left two daughters and tower can la wen nltovc tho Rrwat toret trees, and the nvenne of tall KiirIMi of "The Confession of .John W'liillock. tho wife whom ho deserted. tiif pl'W.ic cn.vrnu olini lending from the pnbllc highway spoken In tlila room. If a latliur should Late I'reacle r of tho Gospel." A REMARKABLE LUNATIC. Cliarles Moreau llnrgor is another tothe jHrter's Imlicecan lerenrhel after impj,,,,, to njet its lovl or drop hii OXT25.3I-BiaA.2Sr- T sunset woolen spoon lie will piwtmlo hiui-eit a few tnintiteV drive. young man who has proved tho advan A Courtly OM Mini Who llllll llotit ot when I arrived, ami the dav wan at an tinon the liaid lloor and he face down tage of nowsiMier work to thu literary 1'rleiuU. isiuux oouM ward until the meal is finished ami all aspirant. end in the monastery Mr. Harger was born in George C. Foster is dead. He was not gain admittance until the morrow. have left the room. The libriry is over Rochester, N. Y.. and was graduated OF KANAWHA A FRESH CAR-LOA- D The monastery proiwr is a jdain, stmaro the dtniiit; room. It contains several from a claical school at the age of known as "0011111," and had tho sad dis tinction of being brick building, three stories high and thousand volumes of church literature. eighteen. His writings, however, nro tho oldest inmate H) teet square It incloses a about distinctly of the west. Ho has worked t a Iwok of the day. of Bloomingdalo Moor, court, where the monks si,Hiid much of j;10 monks sleep on tho second in a printing i.ttlce. taught the young Insane asylum, their time. A hundred teet In front of in tho center of the room is a double Kansas Idea ho a to sluxit. served as prinNew York city. tho rmv 4,f .u, nbout 4 by 3 feet in On cipal in the city schools, nud now h.u tho main structure, running across He came of a avenue, there is a one story brick build- - tlu bjdeof each cell there Is aboard bed. charge of the editorial department of noted family, and largo i'j,B buildings are heated by steam and the Abilene Daily Reflector. ing. with pirates in the center was born in 1805. years enough to drive a carriage through. Mr. Harger is only twenty-eigh- t lighted by gas. tho only modern con- T " 1 ' .&- J rf,S. ISj When not y e t oflices. store - veniences to bo seen about tho iustitu- - old. On either side thero are His literary work has thus far, thirty years of rooms and quarters for the brothers who tj0M outside his editorial writings, been mostago ho fell in lovo J hoi fath-r- s Has the largest and of the order. seat for ly bright, trenchant ketches of western are not yet The chapter room contains a with a southern central section is the porter's lolge. A each of the iifty monks in tho monas- life and occasional oeins. llo is onu of " """ J""" VJ&AW A N MM JN girl, who refused high brick wall coutiectsat each end this tery. At ono end there is the identical the officers of the Western Authors and MOST COMPLETE STOCK him. Tho rejeccross earned by the little band from Artists' club, with headquarters at Kantion turned his OF Personally ho is tho most tSCJb,' France to America early in the present sas City. brain, and he was i.Vl century. This room opens into the little gonial of men, and it is pleasantly said count KOSTF.it Q&. consigned to aaitl liwck yard where the dead are buried. of him that he is claimed as a friend by V V Bloomingdalo, where ho passed the reWi There are probablv 100 graves marked every man, woman and child in central &&& ever shown in Stanford at prices years of his existence maining fifty-siby plain woixlen crosses, which simply Kansas. as low as the lowest. At no time was he violent, nnd ho was Mrs. Theodore R. Jomies3 ifl a Kansas tell the name of the deceased, his age &SK5ii in the State, 21 .. I have one of the best watch-maker- s of death. The grives nro covhas lately moved to Minne- generally alio wed to goaud come at will. writer who and date Remember that '1 owr rvll T"TtTi JtGar,v. be his priered with myrtle, bnt tho ground is bar- sota. Shu had been for years u contrib- He imagined tho asylum toguests with who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. ,r" Don't have to -ren. " utor to St. Nicholas. Wide Awake and vate property, and received He dicsed -. grave and lofty politeness. all kinds beautifully done. Old t send job to the city. Engraving of Iler "Two Tho monks are buried in their white Tho Youth's Companion. " l rr f .- -attend cowls, withont ooflln or Imx. As sK)ii Young Homesteaders" is a charming elegantly, and tnado it a point to d work is all the funerals m tho neighborhood. gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and as a grave is filled a new one is dug, bfory of Kan.ts 1 guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. Before the war many rich families had Tom P. Morgan writes humorous artiwhich is left open as a porpstual rea ik-Blooiuingdale, minder to the reinnindor that some one cles for Puck, Harper's and Frank Les- their country houses near count was on and with all of them tho of the nntnlsr must surely taku lie's. of mo'j tmisfi lllllllllIIIIMilltllilBllllllllllillllllMIIIll"lll,a,111 i . Occasionally a . Lei Hawley. of Fort cordial terms. He mado a specialty Miss Uene his nlaco therein. Now Year'.j calls. "Then." says one who A inemlier who is doing issuance will Scott, is a writer of love stone. She is of grace silently pray beside this open grnvo so intensely lovul to tho state of her know htm. "it was a revelation to see the count outer a drawing room. and then dig it a few inches deeper. adoption that she lays thu plots of most Mn..l. I. Tasf-- (Hickory Grove Farm, homo No Chesterfield ever bowed more elopraiKaclne, Wis., says: "After to Ing Wheu a side brother is about to die of her tale's among tite picture-qu- o of quently." R imkjr. every known remedy, 1 removed a hiru Hunch -- ries of that n THK ltiKTr.lt tm.rt, is u Grange ceremony. Ho is carxion. She is as sweet and of two years RtnnditiB, from a ii year old lUly, The fiftioth anniversary of Foster's buildliiK and tuv monastery proper, rj,,u to tho death clmmlter, where straw doinute as a wren, and about as diminu- S with thrco npplicatious or residence at tho asylum was celebrated is i il8 w.on (.prmkled over tho floor. Within this llrst luolosure there Tho count led the dance by a grand ball ! garden, in the center of which Pocratel ashes are then strewn over this and shone as a social leader. From his is a marble shnne. In the outer build-- , htrnw in a form of a crtws, and tho dying entrance until just before his death ho ttlsthobest preparation I have ever used or heurd 5 iltfSi. "jr"T ' ing there are dining and sleeping rooms, js pICed on the lloor and left thero S of. 1 heartily recommend It to all Horsemen." ,JiiFiur ' kept a voluminous diary. Ho had an food and ' utji tj,0 t,jHrit has flt.wn. The body is where travelers may find yjje. vjir ami was extromly exact in setannuity, HVnaiv hundreds of such testimonial. . VM-3 rest without cost To the left of the uv- - j taken to thu eemotory and tho last v.vi , tling his accounts with the asylum, At w $." eiine there is a public cemetery, and on j mcw are said. rrlrp.SL.'iO per bottle--. AslcyourdniKBist forlt. Iflio jii'STH the last ho conversed sensibly, mid passed ltliif-fK dsx1 t V.l a. wnil ui U5c. ptaiups - fll vor, for trinl 6c x. the opposite side a .vineyard and garden, j jarj.tf p,irt of the ehtnto of 1,700 acres X. Y. AV. It. KI)l)Y & CO., Wlilteliall, vabk. away regretted by all who knew him. Beyond the cemetery thero is a chapel ja JohmhI to small farmtrs, and from tliuin IIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIMIMIIIIIIIIIIIII8IIIII His body was interred at Jamaica, L. 1. for public worship n good iucomo is derivtal. The monks ;:;- -: nejet moiniiig tho doors in..i.,, hiMe and wine, which mo sold. Ilarlv the .. : Tho riorlilu SrniitorHlilp. t ' opened ami the day, so far as outsiders short dintnoce away is a large school Governor Fleming, of Floiida. claims kUV. wore concerned, had begun. The guest which is under tho management of tho IvmK ! vro- of Senator that the recent ; master, Father Peter, came to the por- monii'dcry. The monks are most cor? Ariiv'.-h'i-t..rxti was illegal and void, and has apCall ter's lodge mid announced that visitors dial and hospitable. SJioy provide nice pointed Hon. U. II. M. Davidson to fill could enter. Ho is a nativo of Ireland, lunches or meals for alf visitors without tho assumed vacancy in tho Uuited States and has been in tho monastery continu- charge. There aro it dozen or more senato. The ap- VS85S5:? ously bince TJI9. He wore tho habit of guest chambers for those who remain .1 .ir.tv A noiuieoanii imssi- a long skirted garment over nigliL all the fathers ble senator was gtotind, extending fiom tho neck to tho born in Gadsden OHNHVIUVi: - HAWLEY. made of coarse, white serge. The novicounty,Fla..Sept. tiates wear a habit of brown cloth. tlve. She Is an ardent defender of equal 23, 1S32, received Their eockless feet nro covered by low suffrage, and valiantly sport 1 her yellow an ncademic edcut, rough leather shoes. Father Peter ribbou in tho face of popular prejudice ucation, studied lirst showed eomo ladies around the nnd iwpular opinion. Sho is eminently law at tho Uniouter buildings and then tlnough tho able, with her facile wn and witty versity of VirShoes, Boots, public chapel, explaining ut this point tongue, to defend her cause. ginia and soon party that only the gentlemen in the Eugene Ware nnd Albert Bigelowo gained success at Caps, could go farther. Paino, of Fort Scott, aro both poets. iP:v-tAfter the bar Before describing the monastery it is 4, ttr Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine No. 9. Paino is a yountj writer of great prom- serving in tho i'.h.ttii .. ' JSWf v interesting to note somo of tho rules. ise, and his verses find n ready market flaT" Agent for Brodhead Flour. state legislature Tho abiding faith of these devout people Will Lisenbee, of Clitjrolcee, is a popular several terms ho n. II. M. DAVIDSON. .r 'TKTi is to "mortify thu flesh and to humiliate ami prolific writer of stories for youth. entered the Confederate army as a cap Highest market price paid for Feathers and Eggs. no outside literatho spirit." Thoy have Edward Ellis says of him, "Lisenbeo is tain and roso to tho rank of lieutenant ture and know nothing of tho woild. original, graphic and bus the true, un- colonel. In 1ST0 ho was elected to conThe brothers or fathers are never allow-- 1 mistakable genius of tho born story gress as a Democrat, and bito speak to each other without special writer." Ellon P. Allerton'a "Wnlls of ennially thereafter till 1800, when tho niu: crjiirrKRY permission, anil they cannot speak to the Before departing I a'jked Father Peter Com" promises to beooino national prop- nomination in his district (First Florida) 8uperior except regarding matters of if ho knew anything of the world's his- erty, llattio Homer, of White Water, was given to Stephen A. Mallory, of gravest importance, and then only in tory during the past t years, also writes poems of western life. Mrs. Pensacola. Havingserved fourteen years whispers. Thero are certain parts of lie looked dreamily at my kodak, ut- Nan W. Iloaley, of Wichita, is an occa- in congress ho is qualified by experience tho monastery the chapel, tho cloister, terly innocent of its use, and replied sional writer whoso poouis bear the un- for the senate, but there will bo an intho library, the refectory, tho reading that ho know something of the civil war, mistakable mark of tho Vdivino lire." teresting contest as to his right to the room and tlie dormitory where a human as tho soldiers had dug up their potatoes Thomas Urower Peacock, of Topelra, has seat. "MODEL GROCERY" voice is nover heard. several years in succession. "Do you published a book of poems, now in its Horn mill Mitrrli-t- In I'rUiiu. S.U.UU ToLKK. The monastic vows of poverty, chas- know who is president?" I ventured to third edition. Robert Western, of Chester, Ills., who tity, labor, silence, seclusion, ponaneo inquire. Ho thought a moment, then and obedience are rigidly observed. slowly shook his venerablo head, and reItajali Broolco, of Sarawak, Borneo, was drowned at St. Louis recently, had At 'J o'clock in the morning tho first plied, "Yes, know thero is a president, has proclaimed his son, Vyner Brooke, one cr two novel ovponences in his life. bells call tho sleeping monks to service. and has decreed that He was boiu in jail, was married in as his but I never heard his imiiiol" Silently they leave their cells and ho shall his majority at tho age of prison and spent eleven years in tho Gkokoi: H. Yr.xowiNK. Cheese, penitentiary, yet ho and his parents wero march to the intier chapel. This first seventeen. eminently respectable people. Robert's 2 until 7 o'clock and Tho cow has a rival in Germany and service lasts from PicUles, Ono gets an idea of the vastness of tha father was keeper of tho county jail at then tho monks go to their day's labor, Switzerland where cocouuut butter is It is said to Vatican on learning that the popo re- Chester at Ids birth. For eloven years in tho house or on tho farm. No food is rapidly coming into favor taken until 11 o'clock, when a light be healthful, easily digested, palatable cently put 2,','00 beds in it at tho dis- ho drove tho prison carriage, and was Lamps, Glass- - and Ouecnsware, Tin- and jAVoodenware, Fruit Jars, thero is an nml tunc). (.Uenper tltitu the milk pro- posal of the French pilgrims free of teudered a reception at his marriage, bteakfnst is served. Then Jelly Glasses, &c. charge. which took place ut the penitentiary, hour for midday rest, followed bv secv- - duct THE AUTHORS WELL KNOWN THE SUNFLOWER STATE. OF ! labor ice. afternoon K()J1K The ' evening wrvice In tlie dinno! second frtu.il meal Is eaten in tlieaftur-noon- . nml .1.0 Ion, , KANSAS WINTERS. HE DIED DISGRACED. Stanford female CoegeSession Tucaday, September ist, 1 ii " r 1 Aw. ht-hap- s, per-fec- :t John-Mar- y 1 Walton's Opera House, WALTON mOS., Proir3tiloru. 'Ktf.' x 'ltsv -- C"3T.. 17; Iff vnt-le- y la-e- itucoui-fortnbl- U"n-ouar- d. e Ante-Morto- m 'aMt SS ition-nstr- y oom-mu- salu-ellur- ." i nu, Telegraphy, nl rs j ; j , ft' (Will ,' Franco-Pnts-sin- s. Own-lH'rla- k F ARSIS & HAKDIN, KT Staple andFancy Gro cer es, Hardware Queen- Glass- - a"cd Tinware. ra I j lf SISB MWS OP LAMPS. SALT i i,t J The Old Reliable -"VTI Jewelers in the Lead. m &jtfdmiJ&gfed: . I iuilte-- . I III R. Penny Jewelry H jV-.- ii " v.r Waiclics x "I j- - : k solic-tcdan- - V -vo 111 JAY EYE- SEE e) Mnw : . j ; Con-llow- er ,,, Pfet'5v QUINN'S OINTMENT. m " , , szt-- ji. Mmy i.x: x S$jfWr. o- f. JUST RECEIVED. i x. ( r FULL ST06K 6ENERAL MEMHANDIS 7 i Staple Dry Goods, Dress Goods and Ladies' Jackets; Hardware and Queensware. Men's and Boys' Clothing, JIats and c ira '. s v iw m&. forty-eigh- i - I ft 'h W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Go to A. A. WARREN'S Meats, Dried Apples, Peaches and Primes, Bice, Preserves and Jams; C4 . l Eor Canned Fruits, Vegetables and 1 snect-saor- , v: , r-- it n " .J ' '- ,- - ..?. .... ' "". f "J Wpnmwit ii, ; t jifwywywwy iiiw ii i i w lV bU Several shocks of enrthnuake which li'ive.recently been felt in various ijuar ters of the globe at about the time of moon recall the interesting that the earth is more frequently shaken near the periods of new and full moon than at other tunes Lists of earth quakes covering many yours have boon prepared which seem to favor tins theory The reason aligned is similar to that by which we are able to accouut (or the greater height of the tides at new and full moon. Wlit'ii the moon and the sun are on the same side of the earth, as is tho case at new moon, they unite tho force of their attractions in heaping up the waters o! the sea. Tho same thing hapiKjns when they aro on opposite sides of tho earth ns at full moon, for then each, by attracting iu an opposito direction, assists the other in pulling out tho ocean, so to speak, as one might pull out the sides of a rubber ball. According to tho theory in question, the suno forces of tho sun and moon which raise the tides put a strain upon tho crust of tho earth which, by causing tho strata of tho rocks to slip and slide a little, produces earthquakes. lien the moon is at its quarters its pull i at right angles to that of tho sun. and then, ns is well known, tho tides are lowest. Then, too, it is argued, tho strain upon the crust of the earth is least. If this theory is true, how wonderfully sensitive the apparently solid globe must be to the impulses conveyed to it by the attraction of bodies hundreds of thousands and millions of miles distant I Youth's Companion. tin-netln-or- rllll!ilintrt. ( I';. Si 4 4 1) do 2 (52 Dunbar, S, to pauper, judge of election 2 00 lftO 00. ol HAD ENOUGH. 1 do Sumo do 2 00 Middlctnn, S. A. repairing bridge 00 Vudcrsnn, S. I). I day's hauling (Thought lie Hnntr It All, but lie Wna Dawvon, L. L. do do 2 (HI Mooio, Dr. Green, medical atten1 lliunbleil. 7o Davison, G. M on County road"- prosecuting Nick 10 50 tion to paupers lie was a youngish man, and ho hail n M 00 S days' do S.iino 10 SO Xapior. It. G. SO limits of gravel S 00 Ncimgrcn. plain, honest way of speaking, and Andorson, J. L.. !l do 0 !f. Dniiglu'ity, W. J. co (I'm for pauper ft 00 lj days' hauling 2 (52 Same. thoro was something about him to reS) in 7f. hiibnnkV Goo, 1 J days' hunting do Same t 2 (12 7ft Same. do mind you of an old red farmhouse 1 75 Kulmiiks, Wesley do Alford. George, ilft loads of gravel 3 ftO 2 do 3 ftO Stiuw. trees loaded with harvest apples, tho 7 00 Kubanks, Mack 4 . do I 87 Adam?, CI. A., 2J do farmer's wife making soft soap in tho Newltiud, David, I day's hnoling ! 7 00 Knlmnks, (5. W. 1 do Adams, Win, back yard, tho old oaken bucket coming do 7 00 N'eal, John G . ftO 2 tlo I 7 (X) Est.is, Chits B. np brimful of cold water and all that. do Adams A. I)., ;i m Xowland, G. P. 2 do 2 tlo it 50 Ho made room for mo to sit down ber.V.o Kliiiure, Josephine Adams, Win, do --' :t r.o 2iinuulluy. I'. P. judge of eltietion 2 00 2 do side him in Battery park, nnd pretty 7.") Kn fro, John 1 Allen, I). C, . 1 do 7 SS New land, T. I). sliorilT iifiilurtiuii Ii do 2 00 eoon lie asked: l 0 oil Klmore, M. I). do lud-- o Same act nit or Xunuollsy, A. T. livery bill I 00 "Ever mr.ko n tarnal fool of yourself, 1 7o n oo XewlaiMl, T. I). Siune Anderson, Clay. "5 do fee" bill lft ftO xnisterr" ! " AlfordT.l. H., judge of election, 00 Kugloinnn, II. V. sherill' of election 2 13 Oaks. "Yes. lots of times." Jofliuli 3 tlays' hauling on Co. 1 2 00 KgWt, A. M. house for election do Adams, Chns, II. 00 "Then sliakel I'm jest aching to find i nnd ft 2ft '.i. Fisher, IJuikIhII company! Cunts, ain't it. liow a feller ft 2ft !t days' liHtiliti Alcorn. Dr. lul pattpor practice in Owsley A Craig iiuUo. atoount 27 20 will sometimes drop all hi horso senso 550 00 Frye. A. M HiMonvillo it an 3f do O'Biinnon, W. It. tneiUctil iittautliui nnd act like an idiot? Man's u queer :t no Ftiyaly, Vat Harnett, 0. II. 2 days' hauling Jl 5 2(1 tlo to paupers. 100 00 critter, even to hiinelf." :t fto Frye, llorley fiO 2 do Same 2 tlo Owons.S. M. 8ft I 20 Jrtll ncm.iiui "We can't always accouut for our own 02 Foster, J. B. ISrisht,.). II uulsu uo'l TrtOO Owsloy, llHinmli, kooptug imp-dses- ." lido pauper ft GO It .".0 Floyd, Harvoy CSruvul, etc, Same Judge nfoltettpu 2 00 Pulton, N'ewinmi 0 dn.vg" liHtiling 10 ftO here and won-tlor"K'rwt. I : i Bowman, Gotlfioy 1 day hauling X &0 Griltln, W. G." 2 days' limiting if 1 ever did have any braius iu my Flpw, O. P. do SS i A head, or if this was n dream." 2 02 Goodo, Genrtt tlo Bibb. Itirhnrd, 1. do 00 1'oynm, G. A. mj 1 do 7ft ahead with your story." "Go Beyer. Frit. fc 1 7ft GtxH'h, M. II.,lautl taken for county IfLdn Powell, I5.lt. 2 02 li do "Ever hear of a town iu this stato 1 7.1 Brown. Wa'h dog road. IS 00 I'liiiouiHr, Jack, I 7 00 do called Cart- no via?" I 7 Grilrhi, Ella Baker, G. M., J do day's ImuHitg I 7ft Patton, Win. "Yes." i do Si 1 1 73 GihmI, .1. T. BHotiu. Honry, do 10 lotuU of gmrul 2 00 IMunimer, .las. "AYell, my old dud owns a farm about ft do 7 00 1 7ft do BiM.no. C. W. Stimu 6 dnys' liHtillng S 7fl Pipes, (). I. plow ini nnd hauling ft four mile from that town. I'm his S7 A Ci.tlon of Vitality. 1 1 7rt tioocli, Ilunloy, Boone, G. 1). do 4 117 Polloth, Lewis yornost son, and my name's Jim. 1 .tlo 'H ft fto Alittlo son of Janitor Parry, of Mears' lumber umj1 to be the Smart Aleck of th.u 7 S7 Grenrjiiu, John You 2 U do dn 3 ftO Phillips, Jos. hall, Soranton, was put to bed shortly liniigott, W. II., I day's hauling 7 (X) neighborhood. I was supposed to be the 1 7ft Automatic Delivery of Letter. ftO Smno 2 do after 10 o'clock on Thursday night ap- HaitghuiMii, Win, 1 do Penny, A. It. iiulso. account SIM gam durnedet smartest young feller for An invention which is exciting a great parently in good health. 0 SO gruvul, oto, -, -Sunlit 2 do 3 50 Porkim, W. II. Sotno timo Bright, John, ,s tlo twenty miles around. I could sing more deal of interest on the Continont. where later tho father went Bnstiu it Collier 2 days' hauling 3 ftO Gtoybonl, (Jrovo into the room and 21 00 Bowers, M. W. untie ac't tlo pongs, husk more corn, jerk more music tho Hat system of residence is so much found tho child 111 10 H M ((kk-I- i M111P 2 lo unliu net Davidfou 00 00 Police, K T. judge of election, ont of an accordion and jump higher in vogue, is an automatic electric letter cold as if dead. stretched out still and 2 00 He was almost frantic 1 7ft Gixicli, Ii. G. & Son tin Sumo IS Si Poariii, dn I nnd parcel deliverer, produced by a resithan anybody else in the township. A. sherill' of ulectiou it 20 with grief at tho supposed loss of his Swine 27 W Glass A: Johnson lumber for tXKitl got so smart I concluded that commu- dent of Geneva. As its name implies child, and hi lamentations do 2t 00 Peacock, Geo. F. clerk of election 2 00 were painful nity was too low for me. Ever had what the apparatus is designed to distribute to hear. Tho mother do 6 00 GotHle, J. P. Sumo shorill of electioni 2 SO I'ottus, J. 1). mud. atl'n to bedhurried to paupers 100 00 they call tho swell head?" ft 20 Guntry, K. K. automatically on each iloor and to nil side of her boy and clasped himthe her do Same do do 2 IS Paxton, J. IS. co. attorney's salary 700 to 00 times." "Several the tenants of n house the letters or par- breast. The little fellow opened his 12 50 Goode, J. P. Same do do 2 SO Uobiiihon, Henry tlo 3J days' huulitig 0 12 "Hats get too small you begin to spit cels which may be addressed to them. eyes and resumed his breathing, 31 211 Goodkuight. T. M. tlo Same do do 2 00 Reynolds, J. H. 2 do whils .'J fto over your shoulder yon know it all and A large box situated on the ground floor tho mother was tenderly kissing 1 his Bcazlev. J. M. day's hauling 202 Grhno". W. P. do tlo 5 10 Itoso, J. T. nobody else knows nothin. When it contains as many apertures as there an.' 3 do ft 2ft lips.' 1 37 (iresliiiin. Ben 21 do making outllu 3 00 Bevnottls, M. T. gits hold of n feller he's a goner. 1 had uoors or tenants in tne notise. Wlien a ashen to his Of a sudden the color came ten.luv, K. I! viewer co. road I 00 back cheeks, his limbs lel.ixed ir'0,j' 1 got too big for that county. 3 ftO Greou, J. B. 2 do 4 00 Houton, Win. htnie for ulectiou it bad. letter or other object is introduced into their rigidity and in a few minutes he "VL 1 tlo 00 1Jr"1"-'llloJo- Says I to the old man one day, says I: I J days' hauling r 8 ftO IIoIiIm, It. Y one of these openings tho box rises, nnd. was as lively as ever Iwfore. 2 do . 2 02 Knynoltls, James M. days' hauling 1 73 " 'Dad, they wants me down in New in passing, distributes in each of the 1 surveyor A viewer, 5 00 Horton. J ('. do 2 02 Kouiicher, Thecattsoof this sudden cessation of Irig!it, .lolm, 00 Arthur I lo York city, and I guess I'll have to le.'ivo the antecliainberof the person life, as it seemed, is attributed to stag- - j "rowii, J. I. 1 1 1 7ft tlo 00 Ile-tv- r. Henry viewer Bogers, I'avott 2 do ( i ejected i you. auurenseu too articles intended for them nation of th blood. Tim fond mother's Bunch, I.etchor 2j days' hauling 1 37 Holmim, Mat 3 ftO Houton, Jus. do 1 1 " 'What do thej want of yon down each tenant being in turn advised of the caresses 7ft do sent tho life current again Ikone, Win. 3 00 Byan, M. F. SS Howard, B. I'. surveyor on tow I 1 1 there, Jim?' he sort of opunin his arrival of the article by tho ringing of coursing through the tlo 7ft child's veins, Mart- -' Boone II B it days liniiling ft 2ft 1 7ft Itolirlnw, It. I. do eyes very wide. an electric bell. Boynolds, Harvey :t ftO 2 do ed tho pulsations of tho heart and ft 37 I 20 " 'Fur to show 'em how to run the gravel Holttclnw. W. K. 2 tlo iu.na.tcl ','0ii,v ' The working of the apparatus is ex- brought the virtually dead Boy nobis, M. S judge of election 2 00 back ft Uft tit. town,' says I. He didn't seem to believe tremely simple, as the following few de- to lire. Mr. and Mrs. Parry child over-- , "kcr , ' " ' mtlsc not. 25 2ft Iliihhlv, W. G. 3 Kose, J T. tto 2 00 were 1 it, and the old lady didn't believe it, and tails will show, nnd its cost is insignifi- joyed bevotm measure when thev Woutim. ,l,r". M. L. 7ft ft 00 Hester, KU'h'il tlo do lieyiiolds, M. S. tlo 2 00 nobody else but me didn't believe it, but cant: The object introduced into tlie awaro of thg 1 Hakor, C. II. house for uleotlon, 00 Beid, II 2 00 llnydeii. IS. F. viuur fact jail physician 01 50 tub I packed up and cum down. Didn't no- box on the ground lloor effects, at tho child whom they hadthat their beloved Bruce, I. M. I ivory no't, H ftO ft 00 Holtclaw, Wallor 2 dnyi' luiuliHg thought dead was lj days' liAutiug Slnm;, D. II. 2 02 body meet me at the depot with a band." top of the house, an electric contact, only affected tl'o with a temporary cessation Same S SO Hill. T.I). 2 02 Smith, W. M. lj do 1 "No?" do which opens the valve of a water tank. of vitality. Scranton Republican. 7'. ft 00 Hickman, .Monrooft Blnin, Gabe, tlo keeping paupur 5 7ft Scott, Chns. "Papers didn't say a word about my The water tills a cylinder, which serves 3 do ft 2ft ( :w Herzug, John Bailey. J. P. tio anil fee bill rival." us a counterpoise and raises the letter 1 7") Simpson, Atex I lo A Oii'i.t I.iicqinr ArtUt. "No?"' it 3ft Same do lumber lft ftO box which, while iu the act of passing Artistic! JutVIll liw (.llfF.irml Printline Snow, J. M. (. 12 3) do "Wasn't the least bit of excitement each private box, opens itself by an in- great loss iu tlie death 10 00 ay- -, J. C. do Siime 0 day' hunting 10.V) Spangler, .Mr. Shibata 1 7ft G.W.I tlo over my coniin, and bizness didn't stop genious yet simple mechanical arrange- Junzo, commonly known of Zeshin, who bright, J. ind-- e 2 00 Huor. Win, shariU'olcatiou, 21 lft Seifer, Gniutron2 tlo ac't ns il 50 n minut. Durn my hide, if anybody ment and deposits the respective con- expired on tho lilth fnr of July, at the rite Bruce, J. K, lftO 7ft do 2 00 HoItlam.J. F. do I 1 Smith, D. I). do 7ft even shook hands mid said they was glad tents therein. When the carrier box has ngo of eighty-five- . A greater worker in Bright. Goo V. clerk election, 17 01 2 00 Higglns A-- MoKoburts do Smith, Boht. ft J do to seo me!" 0 02 urrived at the top floor the cylinder lacquer probably never lived than this Bastin, M.S. Judge tlo 2 00 Hammond-- , J. A. tlo 27 00 Severance : Son "Did the swelling begin to go out of empties itself, and tho box descends to remarkable artist tmtse. account 10 21 Everything that ,, b . 2 SO Hale, J. It. Judge of election 2 00 Shanks, S. II. your head?" its place and is ready for another trip. 1 (K) do J tlo 2 00 Henry, A, .1. "Purty coon. In ono day my No. 0 Iron. ill. BC 2 00 Swope, Jos. beautiful and refinetl character, mid re - ' i,ai,,eyV judge of election ," 2 00 L. IO hat was so looeit fell down clear to my 2 00 Hansford. W. (). , tlo lilt . 2 (X) iwntHl1v ilnrttif tUn 1a !.. Heck, Snine tlo 2 00 Sound Adilcu. ears. 1 brought seventeen dollars with do tlo W'lnkciiship.S. 2 00 Ilaydeii, It. F. th. 2 00 Stargont, Kato Sanborn speaks of some advice gave practical demonstrations of tho Hiuh clerk of election 2 00 me. I was goin to buy out half the tlo 2 00 I locker, W. I). clerk tlo 2 00 Stephens, which was given by a farm laborer, as fact that tho capacity of modern Japan - Bailey, John, J. II. collins for paupers 13 00 town with that." eso artisans to produce lacquer of the Bishop, Josiiih, tlo th. 2 00 Hubble,.! P. shorill 2 10 Thompson, follows: "Well, your money is cone, you have A.J. days' limiting 2 (.2 "1 hear ye patronize auctions pretty highest quality is in no respect inferior Blankensliip, S. I, do dt. it 20 2 00 Hunsley. C. L. th. fniled to make your fortune, and now 1) do Tucker, W. T. 2 02 to tlie capacity of the great masters of reg'lar." said he. "Sometimes there's a 2 00 Henry, A. J. n,KU n do tit. judge 2 Ot) Tucker, Geo. you'd like to get back homo again?" 2 do former time. . . . ' . ilftO tlo "Stranger, if I could see old Ctzenovn good deal to be made that way, and then do clerk 2 00 Turnbull, Jnnn 2,00 Holdam, J. F. 1 Zeshin was among tho ten artists ""K"1' ,,)'1" 1 7ft tlo agin thero isn't Now. 1 know n man agin I'd le williu to lay down and let a 2 00 Holmes, Sue poor-hou- o keeper l,ftft0 ft'J Turnbull, A. H. ... !.. u, ...;.. BrilCC, . I. h. shorill do tlo it ftO who bought an old hat and a sight of chosen biat. vmii- f. 1 had drove o' cows walkover mo! If 2 00 Hiilt'mnii, Mnck collins for pntiKrs 107 10 Tribe, Chan. protection of the imperial household, l"tin, M. S. judge tin I tlo 7 00 the money to send a telegram to dad other stuff; jest threw in the hat. nnd and ho had obtained more than a dozen Bronaugli, II. II.. 1 10 00 tlo 2 00 Idiot claims I when he got homo and come to examine Suite do 00 lio'd forward my railroad fare and the gold, silver and coppor medals for work Baugh, II. sherill SS 4 day's hauling do 2 00 Irwin, Loot 1 1 7ft Traylor, John tlo prodigal sou would git up and hump it, ef there wasn't fOO in good bills shown by him at various exhibitions. 1 1 tto 7ft Bailey, Dr. Steele, medionl ac't 01 (X) Jones, Josh fnr home. Out I'm dead busted fur chucked iu under tho sweater! Turnbull, Joint 10 tlo 17 50 every process , c.irU. c. expert " t "You ought to git over to Mason's aucdo Iinilillg 2 02 Jono., Henry 2 02 Traylor, John ,j jays. jsugar." 1 1 do 73 nun iiin iiL'cuni Chappell, Tho-- , ....l.,i it ftO JohtiMin, B. P. 2 02 Tribe, Chns. We went up to tho telegraph office and tion to Milldou. sure. It's day after to- tivo skill, iiiitiiiiiuiiiK;, lj tlo I 1 00 do exercised chiefly after the morrow at 0 sharp. You see, he'd a for1 7ft 7ft do Same sent n dispatch to "dad." and at 5 o'clock do fashion of tho Shijo school, perpetually Cooper, Itich'd, W Terry, clerk of election 2 00 that afternoon I .vtw Jim start for home. tune left him. hut he run straight furnished novel and exquisite examples. Caldwell, D. W. Collins for paupers ft 20 .lout--, W. B. pnwdor, fuo, etc. 2 (V. Trs.Crab Orchard house for election 2 00 through it buyin the awfulest things As ho shook hands with me he said: I 00 Jones, M. S. 3ft loads of gravel 3 m Tr.tylor.G. A. medical Caldwell, II. W. houe for election Japan Mail. ntt'n paupers 10 00 "I'm goin homo as humble as a cat. you ever heeni tell on: calves with six 1 day's hauling 1 3 tlays' hauling ft 2ft Same 73 Kolley, lhigeiie legs: all sorts o' curious fowl, and every J 0o Srtino do I'm goin home with a hull newspaper 3Inlci In tli Tlinnilcr. fit) U Same th. 2 02 2 do Chandler. Frank II) 10 (stuffed into my hat to keep it from t'alliu outlandish critter he could lay ins bauds Same do A startling and most leinarkable phe- Carman, A. C. to 3 ftO YnnArsdale, Dan 2 2 do 2 3 ftO Kiiiuger. Frit lown to my chin. Tho Smart Aleck has on. days' hiiulim: 3 50 " 'T stands to reason he couldn't run nomenon occurred iu Brookfield, Fair- Carrier, C. B. I 1 37 ICoehur, John 7 00 Vantleveer, D. W. tlo 2 tlo bin weighed in the balance, and ho didn't mdse. account lit field county, on Sunday night, Aug. 'M, tlo 2 02 Yarnon, Wallace co. SS Kirkjiatiiak, Dave pull down a pound. I'm tho prodigal that rig many years. Your goin's on which will bo remembered to lifei i.ml Clarkson, Xath i do judge's salary 075 00 Ho cut ft ! 02 fcon. I'm goin to git right down and tell hero made me think o' Mason. i! ftO Uiy, Jason do 2 do by those who heard it. About tho time C"l,er l', W, Yarnon, Thos. W.admr. 3 months' a wide hwath for a time. Ef I'se you. I hain't got tho sense of a grasshopdad 1 7ft 1 ft 26 Loach, John II. tit. for the evening service, and when tho Chappell, Morgan it tlo 101) ()y services as co. judge per, and after I've bin forgiven I'm goin I'd go over, just to take warning and congregations of the churches were C'olley, J. M. 1 1 7ft Lee, John S., luiubsr, gmvol. etc. do lft ft I Ware, C. G. hold up iu tune!' 2 tlavs' hauling 3 50 to kick iny-e- lf all over the farm, and awaiting tho beginning of worship, it Cnnulon, W. F. viewer on roatt, days' hituliiig 3 00 Warren, lount ii do 0J Lyon, G. C. then settle down to dig 'taters and cut Ii 12 began to thunder and lightning in tho Cotk Josso I days' hauling du 2 02 Walls, S. K. Tim Itottom Stemlily Sinking. 7 00 Lyon, Walker li 1 corn." M. Cjuad in New York Evening 1 7r d tl'o 1 do Scientists tell us that, counting from distance and the shower appeared to Carri'e il ftO 2 7f. Logan, Win, World. White, W. P. 2 do Ikj rapidly approaching until it was di . J 50 , the sea level, tho lowest body of water 1 1 .". ftO 7ft th. Lanham, Kli 2 do . """'H. it tio Wade, J. A. rectly overhead. 5 2ft Wry Iiiiiigliiutliu. on the globe is tho Caspian mi For judge of election 2 (X) Wilcher, Wesley A Co 02 Lytic, J. A. Jr, 1J do . 2 Suddenly there was a burst of niuMcal Carter, J.M., I (.0 lumber centuries its surface has been gradually 1 2 00 tlo ulerk SS LasIoy.J.W. tit. thunder, sounding somewhat like a gong Carter, J. M. Wade, II. II. 201 loads of gravel 20 10 settling down until now it is eighty-fiv- e Csi-l- i, preaching at poor- it days' plowing 5 2ft Long,.I. M., .las, feet lower than thut of its near neigli indifferent I mes, and so marked wero Withers, Wash 2 tlays hauling n it 50 r Cl-f-, hoii-- e. 2ft (X) 2 days' hauling it f0 bor, tlie Black sea. which also lies far tho musical notes as to bo sweet and al - Carson. Clias. LlfT-rx'S-iM raU3 Weatherford, J. G. mdso ucct. 1C0 y tfflU ftl tlays' hauling II (S2 Warren, below the level of tho ocean. The com- most bugle like. As quick as a Hash all Chndwick A Kdmislon, nitlvo ac't 171 31 Morgan, M.J, Joshua, jtulgo of election 2 CO 1 08 mon conclusion has all along been that uieujeaui iiivcuiigirxnuumii muruurcii tlo lumber, Same US 20 Mc.Mullon, Gieeu, 7. R White, J. II. sheriff of election ViXK&HJXfir-- i 2 fO ,, r , the Caspian sea was merely losing its wero directed to tho ceiling, and tho 11 days' hauling 2 02 Wine, G. G. 15 Mosier, John J. II f )t0,J' "' clerk of election 2 CO waters by some means, but recent in suppressed cry of "What's that?" could Cummins, ,t . II., 11 70 McMullen. Cireen, lumber, 2 00 Walton, W. P. do printing nccount fts 50 vestigations have shown this not to be ho heard all over tho church. "It's IS (tft Murlow, Thos ( . l days' hauling 2 02 Young, W. II. l ,l,ne, thunder!" was tho exclnmation from all. . the case. Ii days' hauling 2 (.2 0 00 holtling numest Arch. tlo 2 02 Young, O. W. Same, do All wero startled, Although wmo wero Soundings made and compared with clerk of election 2 00 0 00 Me Kinney, J. 11., do t 70 17 loads gravel records of soundings made more than more friglitened than others. Danburv Chappell, J. A. '' '' tM--3 Carrier, S. M., house for election, 2 00 S 0'J SO Same do 100 years ago roveal the astounding fact (Conn) News. Total fio.OOS 5 Citrter, C. T. taking care of father, 27 50 Murphy, W. H. SS that there is still as great U depth of i day's hauling State of Kentucky, County of LinIn Tim Iiicreu-water as existed then. This leaves but Collier, J. II., judge of election, 2 00 McCormack, 30 coln: tlo ? The practice of cremation instead of Carrier, S. M. one hypothesis that would seem to be tlo tlo 1 2 00 Middleton, S. A., SS tlo tenable: The bottom of the Caspian Sea ordinary burial is making steady prog- Cash, W. A.. 2 II Montgomery, W. J. I sherill JLdo 88 I, Geo. B. Cooper, clerk of tho Lincoln do in Paris, in spite of opposition. At is actually sinking. Thero is much ress 1 do 2 00 McKiuuey, Jas, clerk 7ft Countv Court, do certify that tho aforedo tho new crematorium of the cemetery Coffey, J. M speculation in scientific circles relative "Is Dobbley imaginative at all?" tlo 1 SO 2 00 McCormack, I. o going is a true list of the claims awarded do 2) a finance is in operation Cecil, Thomas judge to what the "Is he? Well, rather! rfis last acad- Transcript final result will be. Bostou which will reduce a body to ashes in less Carpentei, L. C, do do 2 00 McCormack, Goo, do "7 l,") at the October Court of Claims held Oct. IJ emy picture w;is a study of a tramp at than an hour, at a cost of ubout thirty Camden, W. F. alivrifi' tlo it it(i Moore, D. U. 0 tlo 10 50 1S01, from the records of my office. work." Truth. cents for fuel. Since the establishment Caltl, veil, K. IS. clerk ' do 2 00 Sitlliituer Catilit by 11 Devil II. Ii. Witness my hand tiiia Dili day Oct. i no plunk for road Same, A young Victoria lawyer, who is iu of this system in the French capital Carter .l! M. tlo 2 00 Moore,.!. F. do tin f ftO 1SD1. tlo UKO. B. COOPEi:, Clkiik. Shaku'rt Miittaho. tinciaimeti nouies ot persons wiio pur.,ontt,r the habit of swimming at Boss bay, had u. iiiiIko tlo 2 00 0 tlays' hauling 10 ftO Same, Asker Did 1 understand you to say a very disagreeable u j ii iiijsjiu.iiH iiiivu oeeu iiius experience Wednes n.ivu uii-do Cummins, 11. G. tlo 2 00 McBoborts, W. It. indso ac't S4 3ft you had never seen one of Shakespeare's day. He was enjoying himself in the disiosed of, besides the bodies of 300 of Coftey, plays before last evening? tlo tlo 2 00 McCarty. W. L. do lft GO J.M. tho welt to do classes, whoso wishes have water when ho suddenly found himself TO TAX-PAYER- S. ilasker That's what I said. it 30 do do sheriff 0 (X) been thus complied with. Galiguani Clift, G. W. Same, in the clammy embrace of a devil fi.sh. "How did you enjoy it?" Messenger. Crus-- , W. if. tto tlo 2 (X) 3 lft clerk Same, "So 60! But if Hamlet had rung in n. Fortunately it was in shallow water, or 17 00 Carter, J. K., keeping Win Diuigh do tin, A. O. it would have been a very serious Mai else RemotnlxT that the new Recnue Law impoo topical song and Polouitis and tho Queen It is said that the demand for AmerI 00 a penalty ol six per ctiit. on nil young man had S 70 Myers, S. S. tlo city, Uet not p.ilil given ns a little skirt dance, or some- - struggle. As it was. the iu the fint Jay ( November. Thercturc, for tearing tlie ican screws is so great in England and Cooper, G. IS. .fee hilt 270 SO McCloary, W. F. clork of election 2 00 ihecnnveiiii-ncbo- r fkiif tzrwi if ttsMi11 lvrt.. the greatest difficulty all tlrtr rf who have nut Germany that u screw company of Prov,Us loii.-Vi,cou- ver jlriHidy tcttlcil, 1 or one of my tleputlei will an. Same, salary ami expenses as mnch better. There's where Shakesnenr I f"ckt,M lro,n ling the month ol October meet you at the follow idence has established n branch factory Carter, C. T.. collin izc, for C. L. ielegriiiii. ... .1 i. .. ft 00 Carter, 900 00 nit; nanus! placet: school superintendent, it. n.. iuu in Leeds, England, and will put up aniuiucu j. 110 u ;.!..' b iiiuivu nia ii;iys Crab Orchard, Saturday, October 17th and Satinodeni enough for our time." Youkor's Kxtiut I'lxiirt'M us Iu it Silver VWiIiIIiik. Delaney, John, 2 tlays'jliaulin 3 ftO McBoborts, C. C. clerk of tductlou 2 00 other on urday, jut and Gazette. Quite a number ol members til the fi 2ft Martin. J. T. it tlo Diuldiuar. D.ivitl sherill' do 2 10 Waynesburc, Friday, Oct. ajd 30th. Friday, vth Highland ThurMlay, October Bigelow family wont to Dover to attend 1 1 Mrs. William Xorthcott, of Bowman-ville- , Davis, Frank tlo do 7ft Muiphy, W.F. Judge 2 00 Kingaville, Saturday, October 14th Another Itrcoril Ilrokrn. the silver wedding of Mr. nnd Mrs. El lluttniiville, Saturday!, October 17th and int. Canada, was scratched tho hand I do 7ft McCarty, W. L. clerk do 2 00 McKiuney, Fridayi, October i6lh anil iiitli. The mau who put up shoo pegs in bridge Douglas. Friday Sept. 25. The by a pet cat u short.tima ago. onTlie hitutl Davis, A.J. Aiillveseviue. Aatumay, uciober 24th. Doll ins, W. A. 2 days' plowing 3 ftO do xnolnssea for preserved barberries got value of the presents do Same 2 (JO Mi. Salem, Thuriday, October ajth. i.iiioimted to ijiaft immediately begau to swell, mortificaHliead of the wooden nutmeg fellow. days, hauling 3 50 Middleton, S. A. sherill' Delaney, John 2 be at the every day. do 2 SO besides forty dollars in silver dollars. -- tion set iu and her nnc had to be ampuj, ...SherilT cr tii, 1 .'n..i Llncola Couuty. Boston Gazette. Dawes, C. L. ' do l 75 McKhule.M. I. Judge do Lewiston Journal. 2 00 tated below the elbow. in - drawn in England to a species of fraud which is becoming somewhat common iu this country. It npjiears that hundreds of pianos are mutually brought over from Germany for tne pnrjiose only of being sold by miction. Occasionally they bear real names, and often purely apocryphal ones. But many of them boast "name labels, which closely resemble those of eminent manufacturers. The pianos are usually shipped without names and the name labelsare put on in London. There aro makers in Berlin and other German cities who will ship any number of shoddy pianos without names at nbout eighty dollars each, and with them will send a gross or more of assorted iiaiuo labels, so that the dealers, or, for tho matter of that, tho purchaser can choose any maker's name he pleases. Some eminent German firms who hae agencies in London now take steps to prevent any imitation of their name. But unless the firms themselves take action the pianos go to the docks by dozens, and nooody seems to care that a fraud U being iKrinitted utwn tho ptib-li- c It is satisfactory to know that tho piano manufacturers of this country are becoming alive to the necessity of taking steps to prevent this injury totho public nnd to themselves. Not long ago a well known New York firm had occasion to take action in a caso of this kind, and had I ho satisfaction of securing a verdict calculated to effectually prevent a repetition of tho offense. Chicago News. Attention A l'limci rriiml. lists recently lwen The following is a LIST OF CLAIMS Claims, 1S91, to-wi- Dalton, James Dunn, L. C. Dndderar, Louis Destloy, Walter Dye. John 1 II 1 do do do 1 7" 0 12 1 Morris, J. T. J. N. mtilicnl attention patipor.4, 7ft MclCec, J. B. ' to loo 00 7 50 07 00 2 o0 i days' limiting fee hilt it do 1 Meiiefee, 37 2j do that were allowed at the October Court Dndderar, James tlo MelloborK P. M. Mcltobert". G. II. medical attention 1 1 'i 1 1 ;t 7-- '. 1 1 1 t 1 - i ',, 1 , 1 1 1 1 I . ,,, , . 1 " 1 "V,w "! 1 1 1 u 1 r. 1 ',, 1 . m t :m0t?.u mzfmi Jill FtmmKxr, 1J.A.V-EV- ' ' -, T Cai-son- , I Bteffil' '' H Ja, 1 1 Pere-la-Chais- u u lic-fo- re tan .:,.i J rs 1 I'O-W- ill Cnurt-Hou- ie Si .(, ' .., Jtfc W . CSXZTSl u iritf iw r In fin m "Zl... , ..