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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891121501 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. 1 r""V 4 s:"i Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. DECEMBER 15.1891. CRAB ORCHARD. CHURCH NO. 82 AFFAIRS. FREE IMITATION!! -- TO VISIT The Drag Store -- Of W. B. Hon. I). H. Kdmlatou is quite sick with In grippe. Jos. C. Singleton, of Barbourvllle, wan hi town Saturday. Ifuve your property insured in the rini'iiixor .Ktim Insurance Company. " J. 1. CiunniiiiR, Agent. given bv Mr. and Mrs. C, The social A. Kedil, Jr., in honor of Miss Virgin White, was enjoyed by all present. The entertainment given by Mr?. Keid'ft elocution clas-- whs ijuite a success A good audience and excellent behavior. The Crab Orchard Midi School will open on Tuesday, Jan .", 1SL(. Special attention will be given to those preparot ing to teach. J. W. Smith, I'rin. W. 0. I'ettus and W. H. Messrs. Heazloy have returned from where they bought an elegant line of i .Kmas goods. W give an entertainment sometime during the holidays. We don't say that any of the actors are better than llooth or or that any of the girls can sing equal to Jennv Lind, or rival Mary Anderson, but no little town can get up a " better entertainment than C. O. And Sec the CI ram! Display of Hon. Fontaine Fox Dobbin hah moved from his historic home, Bugle A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF SILVERWAR Mongue, to the farm of his sister. Mrs. Catherine Mc.Vhster, and Ids herd of Shorthorn cattle now roam thu blue-gra- s Engraved without extra charge. Large line of pastures, ami the people of this vicinity are aroused early in the morning by melodious music made by the lowing of his $5,000 Duke. There is no truth in the rumor that a Crab Orclmid woman had committed m wwtmmmm suicide, but Nun Dollinushot l'ete WhitA Pure Baking Powder. TI111rpd.1v night, one shot just above ley And Novelties. Come and See. Buy be happy. A lmking Kwder that be depended tli Ml nipple, IIih other in the hip. A. R. PENNY. Both are coloM-d- , but by the time the re- uhiii to be fret from lime and nlum is a and ISronz. port reached the rf city of Stanford desideratum in thc days of adulteraThe Kind Assortment of Rich Gold Jewelry. Silverware ted food. So far as ran be judged from whit ever shown before. Do it hud chaul to tlrst-cbouitahie for Xmas and Wedding Presents the nilicial reK)rts, the "Royal" seems to cutting hei thru it with 8 riwir. ;Our not fail to examine our atock of handsomely bound uom.-rf too bidlr tttuek on this place Ik the only one yet found by chemical analysis to be entirely without one or UieiuftelvtM. to kill Thut courtly xutleuian, lion. Hen- the other of these subshinces, and absopollt Sun- lutely pure. Tliii, it i shown, results ry K. Huston, of lMlucah, from the exclusive use by its manufae day with fueifU here. He was the I have purchased the entire stock of Owsley & Craig, consisting of governHirers of crtaiii of tarter specially refined Mica n nominee for lieutenant Confederate ar- ami prepared by patent processes which or mid a olouel in the my. We olten iee those who wore the totally remove the tartrato of lime and or children in yreat variety at the Lowest Trices. bine in the democratic ranks, but seldom other iiiipm ities. The cont of this chemCause in ically pure cream of tartar is much greatsef one who fought for the Jr- "Jv a full fellowship with the republicans. We er than any other, and it is used in no & oaking powtlerexeept the "lloy-nl,Caps, Carpets, Wall-papes Groceries. &c, at nne with Mr. lionton that the people otherthe manufacturers of. which control" 6 according to the present isshould vote Dap tit with Luc the patents under which it is refined. sues, and not Dr. F.dward (. Love, formerly analytor follow oil ht'rmau to the sou. D AU, Dill Hn'.;i- -, Wagons Carts Toy Trunks, China Tea ets, ical chemist for the IT. S. government, I must make room for Spring Goods and from now until JAN. iST I Mr. J. It. lawless, of Ix:.xinyton, but amy Chairs Hnreaus, &c. formerly of tin place, has returned who made the analysis for the New York OFFER GREAT BARGAINS in all kinds of goods in my line. several days' stay with State U'nard of Health in their investiga- Granulated sugar, 5 cts.; Arbucklc's coffee, 22 cts.; Green coffee, home, aft'-We art sure "no one who tion of hiking powders, and whoso fi lends here. 20 cts.; All standard brands of calicoes, 5 cts.; Indigos, 6 cts.; Home Games'. ever returned to C. O. is more welcome knowledge of the ingredients of all made rag carpet, 16 cts.; All wool carpet, 55 cts.; Union carpet, 25 (15 years old, t'ios' sold in this unrket enables him to to 40 cts.; Memp carpet, 10 to 15 cts.; Nice line of rugs very low. than he. Mr. I., is about but is just as spry as when he rushed sitaak authoritatively, says of the purity, Cloaks at one-hal- f price. Great reduction in heavy weight clothin. into the iMVOiiet charge at Iliieim Vista. wholesomeness, anil superior quality of A job in fine, side-lacshoes at $1, worth from $2 to S4.50. Hoosier Now if any one thinks we are joking the "Iloynl:" cotton, 6 cts.; A. A. A. Trion, 7 cts.; Masonville, Sy5 cts.; Green "I find the lloyal Hiking Powder com-- Ticket Lonsdale, S!3' cts. These cottons are all about this old vetenin jut banter him yard wide Plaid for a wrestle, or if you want a scrap just posed of pure and wholesome ingrediDoalor In cottons, 5 to 7 cts.; Ginghams, 7 cts., worth 10 cts.'; Heavy boots at call on him. He can dance "Chicken in ents. It is a cream of tartar powder ami Si. 25 to S3, worth from $2 to S4. A nice and complete line of & does not conUin either alum or phos- the bread tray" to perfection. phates, or other injurious substance." Palsy Carson, an old colored S' Prof. Love's tests, ami the recent, ofli di sires to callj!theattention of the died Tuesday. She was one of the public to the complete line always best known darkies in this part of the cial tets by both thu United Stales and At a great mark-dowprice. Hand-seweat S2.50to S3, worth 33 fjund in his store. He can furnish comity. At one time her weight was CMimliin governments, show the lloyal to $5. Some extra bargains in mens' fine shoes. ISO pounds. Her memory was perfectly Hiking Powder to he superior to all oth) niuith as nice a The very highest martlet price paid for produce. wonderful. There was scarcely a person ers in strength and leavening power. It Don't wait until Saturdays but come at once. These goods will in C. O. whose age she did not know; is not only the mo-i- economical in use, not be sold long at these prices. No trouble to show goods ami most all born in the' last '20 years but makes the purest, finest flavored and as or colli) wish. Yours, the Tireless Toiler for Trade, JAMES FRYE most wholesome food. Hhe could give both lime and place of in their accounts with him, he asks their birth. She could quote more To those who ue a little behind In Memory. Scripture than most any preacher. Hut as a special fnor that they come forward and settle. llohert Hoone. aged 1 years, died of with this extraordinary mind she died typhoid fever, Nov. 2S, ISM. Naturally CALL ON wa6 tak- a bright and intelligent boy, an inmate of the a' favorite J N MKNKKFB t sim; in a pauper with teacher and pupils. en to her last resting-plac- e KY., cotliu. Only a few weeks ago he was stricken .lames Walker, bill poster, egg Glass-Queen- scounter, porter and teller for I). G. with the dreaded disease and, fully realSlaughter, was fined Sd."0 for drunken izing that tho end was near, talked with The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. and disorderly conduct. Not being able his inyalid sister on being reconciled to to pay the line lie was put to work on chhs tho dark river. It is with much SASH, LUMBER, the streets. On account of the high po- regret that give up one of my little DOORS, sitions he has held heretofore he wasn't flock and write a piece to his memory. death has SIDING, placed in jail at night, but was made n The dark angel of transplanted plucked He invites the attention of the public to the completeness of his stock HLINOS, it in the trusty, doing to his mother's house another flower ami Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. Oardeii of Life and Light above. Weep in every detail and desires to call particular attention to the low figthat night he took a feather bed and He will not have a large mother, father, brother and sister, ures at which the above goods are sold. some bed clothes, which he sold for j!t not, .ITD and nuts, ho will for God hath given him life eternal, and Christmas stock but for Candies, both plain and fancy, and left for Middlesboro, whore golden-paveWe carry a full stock of everything found in a streets and the like, his store is the place to go. He desires to thank the real estate business. We he now walks the go into the of the New .Jerusalem. people of his section for the liberal patronage he has received and wisli the gentleman much success. Relatives and frienda followed him to hopes by fair dealing to merit a continuance during the year, I.S02. A short time ago there was some Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract family bury .licjitiafMiiinti In'ciiiise there was no C. his last resting glace in the ....... SINK & MKMEEEE, Stanford, Ky. .......1 ...1. ...... nil .l.. n8 muruu o. .........1 A or building. iivic imi uiui. l.....,- - !.. il.,. IvTiMimu .IniMis-Ai- ..... As UllI imiumi, o ICIIOI Hv ......-him was laid to rest tffp iT we wete out of business at that time, we 7m' "1T"T" Faded and gone is our dear one, .JL -- & thought to please tho people and benefit Many a tear have we shed, J Dark is the homo that was once so the editor we would write a few lines. bright, Hut of all people the correspondent has With all of his cargo of CHRISTMAS GOODS has made his headPor our dear one is dead. the hardest row to weed, except a dis quarters at We wept when we saw our darling, ttict school teacher. Kich often has to tint from our sight evermore, i furnish brick without the straw. Again Yes, wept our heartH were breaking it is hard to find out all the titled nobiliAnd bleeding at every pore. Fkom Tkaciiek and 1'ri'ii.s ty who visit a community and give each compliment, and give a cor-n V II1X1E, "Hello, Drown, you're looking badly rect account of parties, you do not at-tend, telling who were beaux and belles this morniPir." "There is nothing very ... . ..... hi lht.r..- for t)K. Iext r,..v tiavs In his immense stock will ,r r tho i,.rsrni,il linr - strange in tliai; l ve just Deen uncoil t. in nil t .1 ...1 'in 1..1 . miiliiiliil til of tho evening. oft!. ro " . - 111 111 . . ...... ..c..,c..n. c.iimiLi .,.1 v.u..w ..wu.D. tir u ineu .10 ' onuu.-- , Iao iiinlit Iirvlit IT.....ri "" . p for tier on the mucinous. r rjMnnMH, 05131113 Ul CVdiy IjJUUII, LIU. please first and third, as well as second- - man, what was tlie matterv "i was UlinSllllclb U'sHeUVely. CiwtorU run Colie, Constipation, that class, but some people would not be anleOp."-F"CantorUUso well Hour Ktmimili, DUrrlxvn. hnulutum, Besides Conf0CtiOneries, Dolls, Toys, will be found a handsome lot of . lt;u superior to anr pncriUon Kilw Woniu, Kl' fclep, ni1 promote illI rccomiiit-nm u.. ui pieaseu at tneir step-..IRobert tlenP )l0rt. (lo you suppose! Comb and Hrush Cases, Manicure Sets, and an endless varietv of Alrrfctlon II A AaciiKn. M !., .... knonBtome" . . .... ..-- , Ul03(. WitUi out Injurious medication. llLIl cnariiy 10 an mini ...- nf tlt fol- tirl 1 f i rrr1iilU ttitrifdozens and dozens of emptv hot-- L...,. ..wJ . lit So. Oxford St , IlrooLIn, N, Y, (..ood-IIv,)kl UcH ovpr KOt nto ,ho ce,,nr Th Ciotavii Cqupant, 71 Murray Street, N. Y. ted to call and sec the largest stock of Xmas Tiix ever brought to "Why, I don t know, my dear. I never Hustomille. Thanking our patrons for past favors we solicit a c.rw I'Hiiihini Hiiiiounces that the debt of IVniisylvania has been reduced bought an empty nottio 111 my nto." during the coming year. ltrooiciyn i.ue. tL'.WS.y.) during the year. the The Dramatic Club, winch is under management of J. IJ. (iilkerson, will Mc Roberts j HOLIDAY GOODS. Silverware. liar-ret- t, Diamonds, Watches and Tin Christian church at Versailles has secured Kov. J. L. Darsie, of Norfolk, Va., to till the pastorate made vacant by the resignation of lie v. Wallace Tharp. The Main Street Christian Church, Lexington, has bought the Masonic Hall property, on Walnut and Short. 1S7 , feet front, and will build a SUO.OOO horse of worship, to he dedicated Jan. 1, ISO... When Kthel May, the little (laugh- -, ter of the San Francisco Crockers, was baptized the other day, the water used was brought especially from tho Itiver Jordon, and tho font was a basin of pure hammered gold. Tlie monument to be erected to Rev, D.iyid I lice, the father of Presbyterian-isin Kentucky, in .McDowell cemetery. Danville, is to be ,'l feet high, made of granite, and will bo a substantial testimonial of the esteem in which 'Mather" Rice is held by the Presbyterians of nil brandies of the church. The monument will be placed on or near the srot where the church stood 100 years ago in which this pioneer preached. The Scoville Avenue Methodist church, Cloveland, 0., has inaugurated a novel feature in its communion service. The pastor, llev. H. Webb, thought it just as vulgar to require communicants to drink from the same cup as for a tea party and, on the ground of decency, good taste and politeness, ho furnished each member wiio attended the service with a sep (rate cup. There were 72 in all and the cups the last time would not CO around, so some of them had to be washed. Some of the conservative member are inclined to grumble at the froiuil orthooxy. de-pirt- ure .H tmmmm mwmmm EVERYBODY INVITED -- To call at- - A R. Penny's And examine the n OLIDAY GOODS, Something to suit every taste at prices lower than ever before. An Elegant Line Ladies and Gents' Watches, Jewelry of All Kinds. Plush and Hard Wood Toilet es, Albums, Books and Cas- mmmn nr-o- n TfiWTFQ u K Y h Gift Books, Poems and Bibles, Story and Picture Books re-p- t; HUSTONVILLE, KY. TOYS, MACK I' n?i M, Dry Goods, Notions, Mobs. Hats, r, U X Ihh-hus- .A. BIG DISOOTJlsrT, e r IirfjjeJ.Vssorlisienl of tlie'ltlosll Iulcrcsliiij imi-mit- e HUFFMAN, rmmi 1 maxim mn, i ' wo-ma- j L-A-ZDIE- n d SHOES, Chrismas Present t 1 poor-housea- Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, CEILING, W. C. GREENING, IIISTONVILIJE, 1 Dealer In Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Cigars, and Tobaccos. WOVE1T WIRE SLAT FE1TCE. d FIRST CX.ASS LUMBER YARD, .. .. -- jE. J$i G. uijxx mj i3 2"T UbUI "4. I , I J. ,, Weatherford & Co.'s .....,-..,...,. 1 ifilt-edee- d 1 1 l Infants and Children. 1 .. ... mnk . -1- 1 ri - r r - y" .... ...... . .. w -- ..... - I Itrl - i con-inuan- ce I i., ii f . Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal! , 8tanford,Ky Decemijek 15, 1891 '- - Bwfevfyilp CHATS ABOUT MEN. W. P. WALTON. it Colonel A. It. Von Cartels, tho inter- B II; The Speakership of the House. ,r of the CInolnimti court ,, The Spenkenlup of tmt Houfao is the B,gi,ty.cjgi,t years old. Ho never misses 1 V on Diniihe in 1 Serial ol I'a'i "rnim thr IHAck Korot to tlie IHnck Sa," by Ht'cotul oillcu of importance in the rov- - u day of duty. ! ul.tirt Mtnetaiv niid V 1). Millet, llliftratoJ by Mr Millet and Alfreil Parioit. Article alto will eminent. Under the rulra of the Houeo DnnJo, B LucftSf of tho 8n,,rorae court Jj g. $ . S- - , w q 3 & 3 ?7 i' ', gitrn nil tk t'.erman, Amman tintl lialliui legislation is determined by the commit- - of Vet Virginia, is a hunchback, and is Armir. llliiMrnted by T itr ThiiUtrup l.-,will cnlril'iilr uiiew lintel Mr W I. rcKaKsl&jb therefoie, ' om? 0f the authors of a recent volume of tees. The power of his ollice, jafjf'P' IV "A Win Id of Chance," crnr.ul.rntu uy A moil i'h very rent. He mnv determine encily historical studies. cmi. FiMcml prommencr Mill be K'lven to Short K Saiwuay Smncv which will !,e ctmitibiiltil by T II Al- v a r i,ij0r Hnnham, the well known chess the chnrncter of legislation upon subjects 'y Urili, K II Dvi, A. Conan D.nlc, Marjiant ! 3 1 -' ? -wc Prliiicl. Mut V(oIod and olber pomilar Tiler. ! a. 3aaAr3 .i i Supported by a e.p-tis a well formed, medium sized of vital importance. : s Afi" t lh lilrrnrv feHturt Mill be lVr i'.ii s- ? 5 m 2 hint man with black hair and beard, liberally i j. HeniliiwceniM nt Nathaniel .ItmMrtnrnr, br hi party majority, like Mr. Heed in the : and lile kc friend, Morano IB 5 3"5WS 3 -- rfrTri?T vnllcK SH?S S. N i. T Concrete, he" may exercise arbitrary fettvnked with gray. Memoir ol tht lltown Hndvr. and a r- OTKIK c Lieutenant Fremont, U. S. N, sou of inar. I'jr trine Thackeray KlUhie. powers. Mr Heed's theory was nppit-" ' a .j rently that tho country loves pluck and the great Pathfinder, and Lioutennnt 5 5 1 t 5 i saii 5 3 , gruuiltoit of g HER PER' PERIODICALS. C that a display of mastery in the Speak-- , Lawrence,Lawrence, took lunch together . 2? 6- a 'IV "J n s Jje-Junpres-'. ? L5 - c I O S 1 5 2 er's chair would be e.xceolin,ly to 7Z 3 vl The country do,s HAHPFR'SAIAI'.AINK, v Mve and popular. c. a n . u. 4 " v -- - " - 5 rr r - 3 .; l'r "Yeitr., -- "IIAKHKK'S WiCKrtl.Y. ? oves fair play tie tier, , b.-Tovo piutk, but in i ., .1 " , HAKPKK'iHAZAK, "" 2. aVSr-- J Z n " cak i .,th(, ,llIlII10d.8 twiu Ris?tor . R IIAKI'l.lt'b VOl'Nt; TKOI'I-K- , and the despotism of the Speaker and of 8 " thivimiioritv in the lastLConutess nn.'i'i- -' nierly Edison's right hand man, who Tiwtate Free 10 all Mibcilber In the I7llel 'jr. a. s Stain, Cnnudn ami Moxtco. 5 -?!lives now iu Alexander county, N. C. ed the country as the old nliected it 40 The 'f.limi of the AlagailBe hafln ith th Congressional despotism Sheik D. Jumal Uddin Khan, now iu sins. ltOS.V K. WAI.KlIIl. vp.,) NumNrslor June and DacumUrr of nuca vear s Wzi-'fi&- S years ago. At that time it strengthened London, said to be the most famous of Whcu no tiuie H tprcihed, ulicrif tiam Mill .tfl When the Fetleral soldiers drew r :,ir ttf rethe tiuwVcr tho conviction and the party which ex- oriental Freemasons, says that Masonry her fnthev'3 place she applied the '.nm'Ii ceiptwithorder Hwadcmr.nt at atthe. lime Volume Harper' of )parlMcL, In cloth bimliH. .55?T9i cluded Uie despotic majority from power has long been known and practiced in to !jsW0,()00 worth of cotton, yet he ex- Mill befur three wail, pott (valil, neatloceipt of $j per teHt by od for mora than a quarter of n century. It Afghanistan and in several parts of cen- tended charitj alike to sufferers on boMi olmr Clth Cue, for falmlm, jo cent each Abia. sides. Sho married Cnptniu Ciarlen F. by mail, pint paid. U is by no means the McKinley tariff only tral Itrmlltancct hohl be made by I'Mt nttiff ''-: s"S- 7 Frank E. McGurrin, of Salt Lako City, Trumbull, who died soon after tho war Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance of Imi party a which has given the democratic r-' r a A V n ' - 7. a NeMiiupr arc majority in tho new has distinguished himself as the cham- of (lieuM. broiflit on by exiHuure. Uotli Miihonllhe epu not to copy till aaertuenielit S dangerously large order of ll.ilprr A llrothrrt pion stenographer. Ho is credited with father and husband were ruined by the Addrt- IIAKI'KR IIROTIIF.RS House. It was the gross abuse of the having averaged at a recent jilRrarrc New V 2. 2 - . iu test 'JSO war, and the hemic widow, lean-avaiiiA.t power of the majority in the last House words per minute for five consecutive luxury and unused to self reliance, lookm a . .' o --m . - in . -- t O t ' " i T! 1002. Harper's Weekly. e up the Imitle of lift anew and won a vicv secminutes and till words in 0 iy tory. Her experience covers tho two novelties at onds. Qne of the most unique S CO H . 2T "' It. S. Witherbee, who is known tho gieat iR'riodn of soiitiirii history and the World's Fair will be a lingo map of "Sapphire King of Montana," says,as"Iu- - tier literary prwluctions portniv Iwth. i S - ? ? yearn of widowhood bIi 3 u 5the United States exhibit e by the ccast fide of five years I thoroughly believe ' After 0 "TJ J avrwra. r survey. It will be about 400 feetsquare tho value of the precious stones pro married a citizen of St. Lotiia and be-- 1 awn . 3 r' editor of The Harper' Weekly far the vOfnilii; your will ion. U m r , C and be placed horizontally on the expo duced iu Montana will equal tho value came MH'k-rlie took a similar pisitioii on Tho ta more attructitt- feature, moro and truer il buiUlingerect-eof the annual output of all tho precious sition grounds and a large Initiation and a greater uuanlxr nt article, of With other lHtlitt bite live, rnlenae iuicieal than toll be fmttd in any i over it. This building will bo pro- metals produced in tho country founded and still runs Fashion and Olhtr periodical. Amoofc ibcKlattrr wll be a e t5 groatont vided with galleries and pathways on liiiigitrine if St. Louin. lie ot article on the lllutlnitr. elite of the . A. Major, tho now wealthy pVopuetor Miild, imJiidmi; nu i tiie inside so as to allow visitors to walk oi a wen Known cement maning inuiis-- ' sll0 ha- also organised the author!, of bian Kspolt 00, the Army .tad Navy,'the Columrcat pi. laad ami s over the whole of the Unfted States try, obtained the recipe for it in a trade Missouri for a flttuiK roprewrutatioti at IK event, rtiatrr ww people at m, ami lh U of th celobiaied tho day will -iu tticribd and ilUttraled ih an atlracllve am without midline it. The model will a few years ago, when t both ho and tho the W.irl.Vs fair of ISUrt. - m.1 ." .. .1 . "I .. .!.... tt .!... The Department ol Amateur timely manner. oio juiiurai iiumiuess. .no ous in many literary and tocial worki. bo made of plaster of paris and will show uuici mull .sport ill coniiitue Milder the direction at Cat per iiati just, pawnett ins vauo to ouy a Y Whitaty height of mountains, the Ihlct of moHorn writar uml the exact and gave away the pawn ticket for ronfrihnte liori torie. aHd the mnt diMlngnh-i- l s. ac. Cor, 1 tli At Vtittj, Ciiiottinutt, O. Tlio I'ikIiIoim nf I'm I, will make the illilratiun. of rivers and the curvature of the the formula, out of which ho soon made he arti.la depth This season lias seen r far grv a ter article of Air (leorrc William (.unit mil Book-keepin- g, earth. u fortune. Shorl-Han- d, Type-Writin- g, number tbnn usual of black fuill-- d remaiba an etpccial alltactkiii. A Boston newspaper man visited re en some It has been shown by careful experi- the prominent ioliticiaii.s of who state in plain, fomo in HARPER'S PERIODICALS. tho Business Practice. Correspondence, Clerking. Commercial Arithmetic. the United States mint, ments made at their homes found Governor Ruell combination and Iron Indtietry Gazette, that S5 studying the "Letters of Junius" anil says the Penmanship and all Business Branches. jy.R vi'.ah others richly are lost by abrasion every time 51,000,-00Henry Cabot Lodge reading the "Mor- 1002. IJtnsenrn! fluurlahlni; Tvfrlve Inatrurinm. t'p -with tho time. Established for llulnoMi 1'urKiilti. Hn trimmed with ml Harper' Wifeklv 5 J IIim UximiiKlily tlio cinnInu-- ' of tin- llnniitTho t utiiiiiunuy. 4 in gold coin nre handled. chant of Venice," while Colonel Allen, lerb pno:neii Marper Mi The atiiiffrit nre lit ifrrniiMif nriif fire iififrrf in aerurifir rin;ifo)iiient. Tho thnrifo ala llaxar 4 oo with hairs the Republican candidate, was taking were conducted iiii'iinntilo. IkHtnl ean l hnd In tho city t low rlifUriH. luy and Nluht trie. jva liarper'a oua I'caple us promuos. ltietlKtiun Hliciiol. h)il fnrcitului;ui. C W McGEE, Principal A rr.vinhing toi containing ?5,000 each, and it was shown photographic views of hi- houo with an I'n.taae free to ail ubcrlbeia In the foiled i let ftir home, for that the mere lifting of tho 200 bags amateur camera. rv N carriage or for m j-- Robert Harrison, who has been libraf . making up 51,000,000 to a truck to be 1 ".sl lih Th Volume of tho M UVsJ informal dinner-- , firat numher lor JanwaryWeekly bflicfn Wh tho o. af each year. removed to another vault, r.csulte in rian of the London library for more than and reception it litof i mei.ttooed, bcripliHi will hria with thirty-fou- r years, has had a remarkable the nuwhcr current al time af receipt of ardcr the loss stated, and that tl eir transfer opportunity to meet and know personmade of black WteVIr for I'ree Hound volume of Harper again make a second from the true faille, the bkiit teaik hack in rieut clolh binding, win be rtr by ally many of Great Britain's greatest mail pottage paid, or bytipre Irroof rpm en dumi tntiti, provided the similar loss. men and women. Among his acquaintfrmsht doc io t exceed $i n vui laid iu heavy ume) tor $7 per olrim ances have been Thackeray, Lord Lyt-toClnth vaica for etvcli volume aaltablc for bifid It is reported that cotton of a red colfolds in the back o Charles Reade, George Eliot, .( or is being grown in Georgia, where on and iu apron tint-- I lag, will tc cnt by mail wtpawl on recaipl i nnrh and Gladstone. c stalks, rr.on Men's. 'oith's and Hoy's OvrrriMN, Men's Suits from S. ;o up. ihnuld be made by Hemitlance mtv in the front. an acre the cotton plants have a vend chance ol loat order oi draft Down the right eyNevtpapeiareto not to copv this advertisement Hoy's. Knee l'.ints Suits from $1 25 up every one of which A nice line of Lady's J.uk.-ejs- , leaves and Hovers, TURF TOPICS. hide is a wide without the eprc order ol Harper .V ilrolhem which we propose closing ut in the next 30 days having reduced color. This crop is said to is a deep red IIAKI'KR Addrca. IlKOl'llr.KS. baud of gold and Now York the prices 5 percent, from former pric Zoe B, 2:17$, tho famous daughter of EUWAXT liLArK J'AIIJ.B be tho product of n seed taken three jut paSSO III IM1A complete line of Lady's Custom made Fine Shoes. years ago from two stalks of red cotton Blue Bull, will bo sent from Germauy terie.iuter-iH.Tse- d 100'J. Men's, Youth's and Hoy's Hoots anil Shoes from the chonpeat to found in a cotton field. Attempts are to bo bred to Allerton, 2:0J. jKNtrls. The sleeves have cuffs of with Pike Barnes and Tiny Williams, tho the Mime which reach to the elbows, and being made to perpetuate this variety. the highest graces of Alter & Forwood's custom work. well known jockeys, will invest part of the iipjKT part of the corsage and collar Dixie. A full line of Dress Goods, Notions, and Underwear. their winnings in a saloon in Chicago. are completely covered with it. Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines, No. 9, 25 per cent, cheapTin- - silk is draped in rich folds m the Woman You seem to be a strong, Alis, 2:10, by Patronage, holds'tho Harper' llarar a journal for the home It er than the traveling salesmen. get along ? fastest record for a healthy man. Can't you mare out- bias diagonally acrcM the front of th i (ivr the lafat informatior with regard to the Car load of salt just received. Highest price pnid lor Country from left to right. On tho left lathion. ami it nuiuerout llloiiraliont. Pari dc Man No, mum. I hain't no means side of California, Stinol being the only tupplemeno are imlttpen boulder is a line pasnemi'iiterie orna- unand patterr.-hee- t and Cross Ties. tilly in tho world with a recJuly. of support since last ant) h'ealike to ihe ment, with a deep fringe to match, ficioiialiitodi"tc home drot 'inaker parod the pro to Nocapemoia Were you thrown out of ord faster than hers. Woman aitracliv nriot the hishett order It Tho transfers of hor.efk-sare esti- which hangs down over.tho back. and thoughtful work? tlnrie. amiisini: It will k' noticid that all .sleeves reach tr (i li t Mliric all tatiu loroedlea lat page i fa its Man No. mum, but me wife broke mated to amount to $.2,000,000 iu Ver- to the wrist this treason, and somo oven twu.ri a a Imdnct of wit and humor lnittweel and mKi mont tho past year, and horse raising li of her arrum and she hain't been able to now takes precedence of all other animal flare out over tho baud, as iu tho Six- ly kiireer)thtn it included winchwill lie writThe Serial for l5o washing since. Kochesti r industries in the Green Mountain do a week's ten by Walter Ilcunt State. teenth century. This renders it neces- Oliphant will hocoific a and William lllack Mrt Marlon Harcentribulor sary to wear gloves inside tho sleeves lan a Timely Talkt, "Day In and Day Out," are season has eclipsed tho present ouo No and not outside, as they have been for intended lor tatrnn anil Helen Mar. nil N,,nh In fact, fcome seasons. Till (ecially addrei Kirl. T. V llicKlimon. Smart Youthfto rustic old party on op- in tho matter of In "Women and Men,' will pleatc a cullivatid has never been on tho turf at one ! very much affected this You seem to be there n Faille posite side of street car) nudtence time threo such youngsters as Moubars, in colors as well as black, and it is looking at me pretty close, uncle. Do I 2:18; Ariou, 2:14, and Ralph Wilkes, made up over and with cloth of the COLLARS, remind you of somebody you used to 2:21. shade or with tho new wool crepon. HARPER'S PERIODICALS know? Ed Corrigan's great son of Longfellow, These two are really the only two qualiRustic Old Tarty Ys. You remind Freeland, was poisoned iu a fiendish ties ol woolen that go well with silk. I'r.K YKAK: mo of an aunt of mine in Tcnnsylvanin. way in 1882, at St Louis. A hole was ... Harper' llajr ft 00 Who lcno- -t Imt Wyoming will have a Harper's Mazarine 400 Only she's got a leetle more beard than cut in one of his legs and the poison inHarper Weekly. ' serted, but ho recovered and was a fa- tvouian goveicor Niiue day? Strange: Harper' VoiiiiK I'eople you've got. Chicago Tribune. t o' thingN than mat iave liapjiened. mous The toliimct of the llaaar begin "with the lirl "Mr. O. A. Dana said that Cleveland, Budd Doble has gone into winter quarnumber fcr January of each eur. w'heu no lime will Ix'Hi" with the in mentioned, mUcripllon if nominated, would lose New York by ters at Terre Haute, Intl., with the best Sir Henry Thompson, the noted Lon- number current ihe . at time of receipt of order f a special telegram performers in his stablo Theso include don physician, says that more than 50,000 votes." So says Hound olum, of liarper'a llarar for tlirrt of the diseases of modem life arc caused by ear back. In neat cloth binding will be cnt b) to the Herald from Atlanta, Ga. Tho Nancy Hanks, 2:09; McDoel, 2:15; Gray-ligh- easily avoidable errors in diet. rnatl pottage paid or by expren free of enpentc CLIFFS, GLOVKS, provided, 2:1C, and several others that have same person said in 1SS4 that Gen. SutIt is well known that the drunkard brings lume) for J7 the freight uoo not exceed $1 per vovolume his ruin upon himself; but it is startling to ler would have more votes for president not beateii 2:20. Clnth cae for each volume, auitahle lor will be tent by mail po.ipaid 011 receipt ol $1 Indiaua now has more first class mile be told in effect by so able .1 physician that, in New York city than Cleveland. Reeacn, for ignorance, Butler 3,499.-- N. tracks than any other state, and next but ill as our be drunk. it is as much .1 sin to ' .! Keinlttancet aliould tc made by sult: Cleveland 13:1,222; ifto money order or draft to avoid chance oi lot. year she will have at least three, if not be Kvening Post. .. - jiiuiJi iviuijj ui VJ.J111CJU Y. advertl'tinrnl Nepipers are not to copy lhl K vii nave five more. Her six greatest meetings j)cen j0;ni, llrother. missionary work in lliis field without the expre. orderof Hrper IIARI'KR.V flKOTHKKS. The orange crop of. California has be- this year discounted the si x greatest They include with each of the millions of Addteia New York. meetings of any other state. free samples they yearly distribute, valuable come so large that it cannot be marketed medical essays on the use of hot water as a of acres of at paying prices. Thousands remedy, and of diet m disease; and with AROUND THE THRONES. now bearing the land of California nro each package of T ea a booklet woith its (! MUII(imMI ww.j ,... . takaBMaktat llfAinht it 1... . young lemon trees. The olive and fig " by-- 1l luriltan la h ait.kll 1. tiujw.'ror William lias taken a. fancy to j journcv tho BALTIC to tht V ', '"'":,a"' """' "' Vc,!,,0'."n" inAMtm? crops of the State are now profitable. brass bedsteads late y. London, and a graduate of the New Voik JUANULSt F'ortraycd In 33 Chapter: Experiments in the raising of Ceylon "ui'inaui ninii iias sianeti a university .Medical JolIei;c, pointinj out a Jand 12 Graphic Iu strations, by tea in Southern California will soon le Viisi siirv iicuiuiu tiuiiai liiiciil in wiiii-lew simmer rules wnereuv nil iiertons ri nr. Charles Auatistus employment will bo iriven to thousands dinary intelhcence are able to conduct an r tried. of girls and women. The industry will aack of illness without calling a doctor ; Stoddard. showing how to get well and keep well, and Tlio State of Minnesota pays a bounty be carried on in the palnco irrounds. now so to live that no one need lone ue . a private telegraph Garfield Tea or any other medicine. Un- Queen of $o for each wolf scalp, and a legislainvestigation has disclosed tho fact wire runnitiK from Balmoral castlo to til then, Garfield Tea helps overcome the tive that in some of the countieB of the State London, and bhe is in almost hourly evils of bad diet and overeating, This booklet also gives the Dr. Salisbury with Salisbury, there are "wolf farms," where the "var- communication addition Lord dispatches, treatment of chopped meat and hot water; to hia from whom, in of getmints" are bred for the purpose a'so secret of the success of the milk cut Headquarters For oho hears daily by mail. Bound In Rich Cloth, j ting the bounty for their scalps. The dowager queen Decorated with Cold Ecglas .. .,v.,uu iu tr mfni at I nrlwri.-i.-i ..v. ....- -, nml nlhi-nmniN Diamonds may fall before long. An uao the widow of a king. This, however, health springs ; and shows how anyone may tFREE to Every Now Subscriber toi English syndicate owns has caused little Hurprise, us bhe has al- substantially get all the good results that ! -t- heworth of diamouds iu the rough. When ways refused to accept any part of tho come from such health resorts at home, by r ' dressed the stones will be worth five Wnrtemborg budget. She is easily ablo following the rules plainly set out in the t NEW YORK OBSERVER, News-- , times as much. The effect of throwing to make this sacrifice, owing to her im- little book. Why are phystcians so much opposed to 'the foremost Family Religious quantity upon tho mar- mense wealth. paper. this enormous proprietary medicines? Is it because such i new subscriber, ket must be a reduction in prices. The Archduchess Stephanie of Aus- meritorious articles as Pond's Extract or JOne book and ono S3, 00. tria, widow of the unhappy Prince Ru- Garfield Tea become household necessities The Parkston, South Dakota, Advance dolf, who has just taken part in some ind enable people to do their own doctoring ,' Two books and two new subscribers, ; $5,00. id so keep money out of the pockets of "There is a large lako iu Hutch-insosayB: private theatricals at the Castle of Szent- - .physicians. i STKCIMKN COI'IKM FIJIIi:. playing with great aiiima-- . county well, tilled with corn-fe- d Antal, she They got away with turn ami talent the principal role in a fish Thomas Candler was acquitted nt JNEW YORK OBSERVER. 37 and 38 Park Row, seven acre- - of corn which was left in the three act comedy entitled "The Jealous,' Soinprct't of the killing of Detective J. J written by one of her ladies in waiting. I Brewer. I NEW YORK. field, shocked, but not busked." s I rd ibos. A Woman with a lllatur-- . Sirs. Rosa K. Walker, society editor of tho St. Louis hahad a career bo full of interest that the plainest narration of it reads like somo wild romance. Khe was born in Mississippi, where her father, Colonel KerThe maatlne will celebrate the fourth Crtiten br IU KK in shaw, was niii'in; tlie wealthiest plant- irv of (he Durowrv of Americaa more tlioroti);li giving mm. through ha Itithcrta Wen inaile of II11 ers, nrd vas :ly noted for intellect expotiilnn thin ankles , liftelapmciHol and beauty. Slio was educated in Xew Kecent unpreceileniru the (ireat Wrat. our ami rbpcrutllv In r.irnm York and Italy, from which country she tar utttntlnn will alo bo Riveh to Dramatic of Ameticali llltor returned to tho horrors of tho civil war. Itc liild st the next Kutoptan War Mill be 1I10 Globe-Democra- t, - Harper's Magazia e. Lmin-try- racowfrCrCewyt y.rxr.h r- - n 'SM mm MxJtf -. h- - Ilfll 4''tiL,i J , k ris sii',2iiH ' 2-.i"n m i It;:, "m , j&c - l'ral S j: ias h; ' " 1 ri r.i - -- aaf 1 r?". I: i ''Don-t-give-up- - g cS,??';:0 m:; V ami 11 am. ?' . .......,,.,,. ,mm: ViSi'r' . j ? -- :! S3 m T r .21 -?.- 1.I i slave-holdin- g S5:s;i? 5? o spill? . m MR-aur- ic '- ?f?I ?aa -s-- 3SS 1 OJt si M r" - r- I fifty-nin- HarjDer'S; - Weekly. a. .J wm I 1 j j - V"' nrl t " ) l'ot-Diniintc- h. d L-t- ...... i lilob-Democra- t. fcoy - -- '- ..,!!. do-in- ft tlin-ne- r, .'a''u'ij&&&yL 'JyS l?tt ztLUtdtfit i fMfitf - I edil-ri.- il j j Telegraphy, m ' 0 k'annt-llarpe-r . i - n, li Pt s,,,,, , J Wo iio it iixiariiisioo Cralo Orchard. Ky., -- JM 1 f it . Car-lyl- DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. pHt-.tlU- A-- Harper's Bazar. ILLUST RATED. 1 con-ag- e pio-duc- e h 1'ost-Expreb- tea-so- OVERCOATS, NECKWKAIt, . 4 one-hal- Heavy Underwear, Dress Shirts, - .! t, p-- r bind-In- c pott-oflic- c 1 a a '"i"' "-"- """ "; - I ti "' BOOTS, 7Y and ciiii.wrkn's wiiens FINE .SH o. :.:r:Ns, H ...,., qV M'ROBEETS & HXGGXJNTS. i ..... hAxmz r le B.K.&W.H.WEAREN Heating Stoves, Stoves, ' u (bull-heads- ). Vvi CookinglStoves, Stoveware, Stovepipe. V JHK V MK Agn..,and he .ite plo""l i;ww.!to other at table, and bH t."ied lo their UMtiil Jitr .T cheerful fn nttcpt v!.ich piiyVctl n (INtniil fuihiiv their apaainodie ufTorta t ctirehas conrcrnatlon gfnemlly endenon c.lx." dkonay "it lanoarlr one o'clock! Remember, please, that, at slac is number aadu-cioual- i ! : i's ioL" f r. it. tr.-nb'- cd -- A. Ac .:. By ornLst' , iD v twwMtun VH It LOOKING one of the mott beautiful Knglisli of s, laud-seape- stHiuls UL .'tW' M rir.v .' W!V VULULI I I.luwood hall, the count ryscut of Col. Howard, late of the Life kWsil. ZVJT.i--n TTTTP (ii arils who, Msscaiteil of an ample , . 1 ry L Fulr Agnes Gray don! sweet, mother-lesnoble girl! I wish that I conld do jtistlco to thu datum sh presonteil when I llrstsaw her; Imt fu?moiv gifted cus than mine might easily thu task in vain, for she was, in irnth. that erfeet creation a woman lieantlful us gtxxl and gool as loiintlfiil! Although but eighteen years of age, her faultless ftrm. rather abovo than below medium height, una fully In till the contour of Its graceful lines n lovely casket enshrining a atlll more lovely soul! Her claasic and proudly-liornihead, crowned by a wealth of gloasy chestnut hair, through which there gleamed at times a faint suspicion of gfdd. was mutehed by a face of purest (.rccian outl ino. lighted tendemeaa am up by eyes of wondi-ouwhich aeemetl a rellex of al I womanly virtues, but the oolor of which, beneath their long, sweeping lushes, no man might tell, aw. from dark gruy to deepcat brtiwn, they ajipeared to change with the varying emotions of each passing hour lly singular gssl fortune tlte Howards had secured the serrlee of thu glorious indc-scribub- estate. evening of hi days in well- earned and elegHnt leiaure. Situated on the high banks of thu IIuiiiIht. some tailed below the junction of this Oiwe luid Trent rivers, the noble mansion commands a view of rich vales and verdant meminwa in two comities those of York mid Lincoln between which the lumber itself is the dividing line. Linwood estate, comprising some twelve hundred acres of fertile fields aud charming woodlnnda, lies umiu tlie Lincolnshire aide o( the rirer, even hern greatly affected by the tides, which, rolling in from the North sen. rise to u height of twenty-twfeet for spring title uud thirteen feet for neap, at the old city of Hull not muiiy inlUs below. Tlio fortunate owner of this inagnld-cen- t proiHTty is a typical Kngliah gentleman proud of and wedded to ihe and traditions of bis family, his Ills country, and a atriet oliaerrer of society's couvenltomtliains; but, wiUml, a limn of sterling worth and integrity, and MNening. Iicueuth the crust of his smnrn hat cold anil Mluhel exterior, h kind aud generous henrU At tlie time of which I write. Col. Howard': family coiuiated of hia wife, an only son, late ly come of age, two daughters, of teif and twelve yea rs, respectively, and their gnrerneas, Mias tlraydou, whose Labor, Lieut. ( iraydon, then retired on 1miH'w.v, oceuplrd oho of the peetty cottage, u iiumiier of which Col. Howard hud erected on various parU of hia f I o 'i!0"ft y,ty' A x v, IIVl,, service, is here M'i'ndlng the fl n.til imiv riiHiifl ............ ,.. I f at ai, fi .. t f III I fortune, ...... i els j s, well-nig- h (level-ojK'- d ! a a Tpnis tliat mi thepe occasions Dip jfallant old lieutenant should take charge of tliu younger lady, while Frank attended upon Agnes, who looked especially charming In her habit, and rode, a she did everything else, to iwrfection. To see those two. splendidly mounted and glowing with health and exercise, ride aide ly side was ii sight for tin gods to itvcI in, for u more beauteous anil well imiU'litMl jwlr inner delighted the eye of an artist. Kuoh seemed mi perfect ii complement of the other that to neither eoukl hu uwnrded the palm of superior beauty, and it wiw seldom. Indeed, the fair young horsewoman feared to follow where Frank led. And so th happy days piiSM'd on in innocent pleasures and no loss delightful and faithfully performed duties. No cue, not even the haughty old colonel himself, deemed that them could he danger In such intimate nsso- elation; for had it not long ago been arranged that Frank Howard and Lnly Louisa Grafton, sole heiress of the wealthy dowager countess of should In dim timu join hands and fortunes, and consolidate into one the vmbI estates of Linwood and now lying in tempting proximity? True. the parties most concerned had t not yet leen Informed of tills on the pHrt of their elders, Imt the thing was so obviously proper ai!d correct tlmt no doubt they would (ee it for themselves, and conveniently fall In lore one with the other without prompting: more especially as the Lady l.Hiia, liesfck'a lielng a most eligible fxtrti. wiis really an uncommonly agreeable ami attractive girl. Meantime, the heir of Linwood hunted and Hluil. nhot nml rowwL nlaved ,.rcket and tennis, kept an eye tin his fti.r-- interests among the tenant. ami conducted himself generally in a manner worthy of his high fttntlon; ereM going - far in the puiwtilious of duty un to h)k not Into tlie achiKtlroom to see how hia little nisU'r were getting along! 1'or many weeks 1Uh (iraydon, in th innocence of her heart, accepted the riit In gcKxl faith, nun won hi often eren playfully auk tlie Cambridgn grniluato lo aid her In acme dlllleult hiaffuap leHMa; but by uml by her all loo willing assistant 1egan to notice that she wore an air of eoHstniint and e dW not welcome Ids visits with her cordiality: aud, still more strange, seemed les apt in teaching thun formerly; sometimes iM'Coming eonfused over simple problem in mnthomutim, or, perhaps, rendering curious and traiislHtions of sonio familiar cluaalttul anlhnr. TheM growing .signs of a distaste for Ids society greatly pkpwd tlio youngman, nix! he eouiil account for them ,v ,,y mpv,Mnfe lhlll )ul had been tv (; MMt. ,mlUcrltlolI neverthe- ,,,, ,been most ,(w, ,,, ,1.imt.m.s guarded. At last, one day, he naked Miss Gray don polutblank whether she felt annoyed by his visits. The jxKirg'.rl, with ii slightly heightened color, ingenuously replied: "No, Mr. Howard, I have vvtlli Tho gonUeuicTi, natural hihI proper 1Tnn lte-fittin- g Mlll-brooJ- it t, Mill-broo- k, ing in diaooctiituru. CoL liowwrd once or twice trilled hia aon upon hia low spirit, hut. allribnting the cauae to his hick of sport, bade him hope for lie tier link nor:t tirac Ah a special oouipMtivnt to her and children. Mrs. Howard came in to iteaatrt tith evening, aud Frank ceased to think of hia own affairs In looking nfter the comfort of his leloxed nod still beautiful inrthcr. whoae presence eansel the tvmaindcr of g tlm menl to jmasolf delightfully, all with each other in their endrtcona efforts to Hiuuae and entctaln tlie genion www a tle invalid, to wln.m the rare treat. Winrtly rftcr the ladies had tvlired, Kranlt exc:cil himself to his father and Mr. (iraydon, the only gueat, and strolled out through tlio gmunda. The mild Senteinlar ni'fht was culm uud cloudlet:,, and the full moon, shining with mellow radiance upon the tnimpill aeeue, glanced along the winding paths and lrou?ht out the shadows of the dark green lira In strong reliof. I'or some time the young nun wandered aimlessly nlxtut. thlukingof tlmt one whom he now tM well knew was dearer to him than all the world )eidc; and over and orer r.zuli asking himself whether it were possible that she had discovered his vcn-Sxn, while taking no heed to his course, he came to a tangled nuts of shnibln'ry which, for lack of a liettcr name, was known as "the labyrinth." and hia heart throbbed violently as, seated on a mossy rock, he saw the object f nil his thoughts. Miss liraydou rose ipdckly on hearing his step and would fain hare made a swift retreat; I. tit it was too late. In a moment Frmik stood before her, and. us she glanced timidly up, the hits-bau- d gni-cIoi- ih vlo-inP lint, siuh I., the Jn'irrent wV!:odness y of a young man in lore, Frank replied: "Now Agnes, darling, you have jnat confessed that hare won. Surely one o'clock Is less than fen you must pHy your wager." "Von naughty boy, it la clearly I who have won; and even If I had not, you have nlreudy paid yourolf." "Of courac. my aweet mentor. I was only juicing. The gloves are yours, and 1 will honestly return the stolen pledge" and he faithfully did an. with interest at tlie rate of two or three hundred per cent, a minute. At length disengaging heraelf, Agnes insisted upon an immediate return home, and iu u few moments they reached the hall. Here, the lovely girl would fain, at once, have said good night, hut. u she st.xd on the upper one of the stone step", and Frank on the one next Itclow. ho put both arms around her waist and. gaxing m into hor face, whispered with melting tenderness: "Agnes, my life! iny love! !toopdmvn and kiss me once f yottr own accord." Unable to resist hia pleading eyes, alio bent lier graceful head, and softly'aigh-ing- : "Frank, dear Frank! there, and there, and there." ftcd swiftly to her room -- the happiest maid in all the Hrltish Isles As is enstomary hi great English country houses, the family of Col. Howard breakfasted tit saeh hours as each member individually chose, but Miss Graydon made it a rule to share this informal meal with her young charges. Hnce. it was not a very matter for Frank to so time his own visit to tlie breakfast room next morning as to make it fourth in the 1 diili-cn- lt 7E straggling niottb,-mn- s Hashed u telllye-gu- n, prudent-agreemen- tale light upon hor love!y face, all wet with tear. "Oh. Mr. Howard." she In that instinctive effort at defense which a moiiest maiden ever mil lust. "1 I wSm, JGS2 'VisV i ' 1 JPS -- - iiZjJ.J- S -- s . .' ... R . i?7lr i .. just came out " I Mild- - gk infre-qoeutl- .r old-tim- creature, who.e M'holnrly attninmeuts - it' uud ladylike nccomplUhiueitla were in strict keeping uith her personal charms, to cnuduct tin- education of their daughters, Kthul and Pauline; and most faithfully she fulfilled the trust, fur. snider her earnest and systematic metluHls not only did tlie girl mnke astonishing prog-re- s In their studies, but were continued and strengthened hi every high aud holy imp.ilHC b, her precepts and example, which ever tended moredeply to linpresh the teachlnrfsof tin ir invalid mother, from under whose immediate (Mre they were iio'. neeissarily, much tin" prevMice of Kvcr, wln-rremoTed. Agnes ( ray don bronbt life atl joy; thr dai kllng sh.ub iw ol sorn w u'ld sickness seemed to fad" away L 'fore her heavenly smile. iindd".p:ilr truiisformed itself to hope und.-- r tlie inllueuce of her sweet, low voice, attuned to sympathy with all human siirt'ermg. I'.elovcd by her pupils, deeply r.'svetid by their parents and ul must iduliA'd by the great stafl' of servants, n i wonder that life should sSimu to her well worth the living, the whiie she conscientiously walked in the straight and pleasant own honest toil path of duty and by lightened the burdens and cheered thu declining years of her w idoweil father, whoso only child she was aud who, without her aid. could hardly have, existed upon his slender income. Mr. (iraydon and FrsmU Howard, the colonels son and heir, were great friends, and the young man preferred the companionship of tin old soldier to that of almost any one of his morn youthful ;icn,iMlntniicei Horses, boats, guns and rods were always at the veturan's service, and, although he c.creised a wise dicrctinn in availing hluiMf of those privileges, they were yet of iimsliimihlo value in the eyes of one whoso poverty would otherwise have rendered an indulgence In Held sjiorts impossible. Col. Howard, so new hut inconvenienced by an old wound and tenderly devoted to his inx.ili wife, seldom now rode to hounds, but his place whs ably filled by Frank, who was one" of the most dashing members of the hunt, and a recognized lender where all were bold aud daring liiieuien Very often, when there was it great meet, Miss Uraydou and Kthel Howard would ride to coyer S "TKItllArs I Ai.ionniin.i:.' 1 had ni:iif.i: IUMS1I 1 ov ht-- r no right to be itHiwyriL, but believe am getting u little stupid, as I that Hud that it distracts my attention from my duties to have anyone looking on." And then she naively added: "Perhaps, in the interest of my pupils.-- had better banish you altogether." Frank did not wait for a .second bidding, but,withaliw Imiw. left the room, anil, whistling up his doj-- .. tramped oil to the stubbles to tuUe it out of the partridge. Nothing, however, scorned to go right on this da, : the birds would not lie, nor the dogs work to his satisfaction, and he returned ut nightfall with a bag far lighter than his own I twelve-year-ol- d To him usually fell the pleasant task taking Agnes in to dinner, but oh this evening he offered his arm with a dillidence he had never before known, and maintained n glooun silence during their short progress to tin- dining-room- . Agnes, too. seemed troubled and did not speak until just liofore parting with her escort, when, utttrl.v unconscious that her sweet thought lad formed itself into words, the softly murmured: "It is better so." Frank ipiick earn, however, cmeht the involuntary whisp.ir and bo drew from it an omen of happy augury, for ho no longer affected to conceal from himself that ho loved the aw et girl nl his side with all the intensity of his hrae and manly uaturo. of - heart. . and cnnijielled her. tremblingly, to meet them with her own. 15ren iu this evtremity her truthful soul could not stoop to anhterfuge. Frank, stnng resolute man though he was, now that the erisia ot hi young life had com- - waa marcely leas i "'VsO- moved than she: bat, aa the rushing whirlwind in its reaiatieiia course mk. (iitAvnoN vttw :;i i ins prhpokmanci: swoepaIt obsirn tkaia froui its path, op tki: si'i.i.Mun iioiwi:.ma.v. up torrent of his love so now the t broke through all doubt. Isjiv down all little party. Apics kaikeil ipdetly up us he entered, and met his greeting fiHirs ami carried hhu, a willing with less cinbnrrasmont than might on its H.mkI. under the circumhave lanui oxpis-U-d Vot. when at In: t lie hpoke. hia not wonls w en few and low, while stances, although she could which quite rose conceal the mantling blush falling with that subtle power which Lincomes alone frotn out the fullness of u to cheek ami brow. As servants atupon wood were not tole iu attendance true and honest heart. Coming, ah! so dangerously close to the fair girl's side, the breakfast t;!le. she herself made her lover a cup of chocolate, while his ho simply said: whom, next to "Miss Graydon Aguea! Doyou know pretty sisters to greatest hero intheir the father, he was the that I love, you? May I telj you all?" world showed their ilelh'ht at his No more than this. No tlowcry presence by waiting upon him with speeches; no vehement protestations. llohe-lik- o Once or twice, devotion. Hut Aguea (iruydon uinteratood: and during the pleasant repast, ho caught a her lH'iinteous heatl lient like a lily on glimpse of the happy light which its stem, uud a roseleaf tint suffused shone from Itenoath the dark lashes of hor cheeks us s'ue raised Iter glorious Agnes' eyes, and, as she lingered a eyes and brm falUred: moment behind Ethel and Paulino, "No-M- r. Ib.w : Frank! I did not managed to vhisper: "I am going now know it. but I I feared oh, no to speak to your father, and mine." 1 Oh, Frank!" hoped that that Divinely blushing, the conscious girl and tlio rest of the sentence was whis- broke from his detaining hand and pered on her lover's shoulder, for now hurried away to rejoin hor pupils; he caught her impetuously to his heart, while he. ordering his horse, rode off to drew hor yielding form tu his bosom call upon Mr. (iraydon. whose cottage acd their lips met in that most blissful was a mile or so further down the of all mirth's jo s- - the long, clinging, river, and quite close to a well-kerapturous, nrM kissof piireandyouthful carriage drive love! Afterward, as, all unwitting of Now. whether because of his own their way. they walked through an en- joyous spirits, the beauty of the mornchanted laud of arching glades and ing or the chuilng impatience of his fairy dulls, only Agnes and the silent thoroughbred, matters not. hut certain trees and siher moon might hoar the. it is that the young man, instead of story old as man's creation, yet new riding solicrly along the smooth road, us this morning's sun which Frank, as befitted ono charged with affairs of with sweet reiteration, told and told such weighty import, ehose rather to Ah, no: poor nightagain, while she go in a sweeping steeple chase tlight ingale, who tnll your joyous song across country, taking hedges, ditches, from out the thicket's depths, never walls and brooks with the wild abandon tuuy you hope to rival the matchless of u rookies, fox liunier, and winding music of those responsive murmurs, up by a magniticeut leap; over tho those sweet confessions of a maiden's gate which opened out of the tlrst-tulHappy, trustful, inno- orchard at one side of his friend's love. cent children! they fondly dreamed house. that now their lives should flow in ono Mr. Graydon. standing just then on unbroken stream of perfect joy. the porch, viewed with considerAn only daughter and an only son, able surprise this of the ('(puils by birth, family connections, splendid horseman, and rushing out, education and personal charms their exclaimed: "Hello, Frank! what's up; fathers, old friends and comraTlcs-in-arms- , where is the rest of the field; where tho would doubtless hail with delight hounds and whore the fox?'" their now formed ties. What cloud Frank had the grace to blush a little could darken the brilliant sunshine of as he laughingly replied: "1 am tho their future hopes.' What tempest wreck whole Held, Mr. Graydon; the hounds barque? Alas! alas! are iu their keuuNs and the fox in his their for guileless hearts unskilled iu worldly lair; but but well, would not .you feel ways! like riding just so if the loveliest, Oblivious of time, the lovers lingered sweetest and best girl iu all Hiigland long in that sweet converse which had promised to be your wife; that is," oynics deem but foolish talk, because, he added, "if you were iny age?" forsooth, its truest wisdom is a scaled "Ho! ho! my boy.- lies the land that book to them: but at last tlm lengthen- way; so Lady Louisa has said 'yes,' ing shadows told of the moon's decline, eh?" und Agnes, stui tied by the lateness of "Lady ." almost shouted Frank. the hour, eelaimed: "Oh. Frank, we "Why. Lady Louisa Grafton, of must go in; 'tis nearly midnight." course." "Why. dearest." ho rejoined, "we have "Well, well, well, who would have been hole only a few moments. I ani supposed that an old campaigner liko sure it is no more than ten o'clock." yourself could make so blind a guess? "Well, look nt your watch." Frank re- Lady - Louisa Giufton indeed! My luctantly drew it from his fob, but, be- dear sir. jmi must come a little nearer fore opening tlie ease, said: "Agnes, J homo. M peerless lonuty is simply a know it is not jet ten. I will wager Miss Agnes Gruydou." you a pair of gloves against you know If the situ had suddenly turned to ice, what tlmt it N less." tho solid earth to water, or any other "I accept." bliishingly replied the impossible thing happened, the old wargirl, "now l ok." Frank touched the rior could scarcely hrve been more com, spring and the watch Hew but pletely astonished than at this speech. tlio light was dim. and ho declared tlmt Ho fairly staggered back as the iiamo Agnes must lido him rend the figures of his daughter was mentioned, and on its face. So then it happened that very gravely aakl: "Frank Howard, are you serious? in study in - tin : the two wung heads uud Frank, Yes, yes, I see you an, but can it bo wore brought close regardless of nil sporting rules, most possible that you havi done this tiling?" ,V.o and wholly delightful, impudently i.t.ile tie lorfeii in advance! "finite "Now, i'ni ii.. cried Agnes, "you Mr. Grayd.iit I Io o ; no-- . nitL all my know that Is not fair. auuertain you heart, npd she it is - not any Lady have lost. L me see the watch, why, Louisa who hns said 'yes.' come now a tone of real J expressly to ask you to give her to me," of course, you iit.ve further. thing in Fr.ink's searching, eyes which cheeked the feeble protest on her lips Hut bhe could get tm There wa a potent some- must go-n- ow I K C --V7i ', i JMJP rx-s.yx'?- .1 ifeS "s.. js-n- cui-lv- 9, d dcep-tono- 1, --- pt six-barr- d -- love-lade- n - -- oim-ii- Uan-ther- . p' 1 1 -in 'I tMs world to ,.hm I no would so gladly giro my child un to you, but do you not know, lvave you never plans? lie will Kurd of voor fat;i-r- 8 never give his consent to your union w ith a portlotilos. girl, and most of all, he will naturally supjjose that we have most basely abused his hospitality and kindness. My innocent girl will be evist adrift and nil our present happy relations broken up. Oh, how could I havo been so blind?'' Frank sprang from his saddle and grasping the hand of his distressed friend, earnestly protosted that he knew nothing of Col. Howard's Intentions in regard to his own future life, and asked what those plants, were to which ho had alluded. "Nay, Frank." said Mr. Graydon, "you fbom trom your father himmust b- -" self, ii he . not chosen to Inform you,.t wr;vl ! manifestly iinpropor for me t.j u; s- " "Well, to le It: but I am sure you misjudge mr fitter: lie is not Why o mercenary as yon think. should ho not consent to his son's union with one for whom ho himself has n so deep, uml who, he well knows, would ennoble nud adorn the highest station on earth? Of this one thing, my dear friend, yon may rest assured that Agnes (irtivdon. r.nd aone else, shall my v. ifc. tho'ir'h I s' nld writ for her until my hair Is gr:v ' And thus, for a time, they part"1!, the eh.er man to indulge in gloomy forobialings, and the sanguine lover, buoyed up by brilliant hopes, to seek his father's presence. On his return to the hull ho found Col. Howard in Ids private study, and, without preface, came at once to the point, in his own n.v.ily fashion. "Father." said he. "1 luive long loved Agnes Gim.m'oji, last night I toid her so and asked h r to be my wife, bhe has consented, and I now. as iu dntv lounil, ask for your approval. " "Which you "hall never have, sir," replied the thunderstruck colourl: "why, Do God bless me. boy, are you orazy? you moan to tell me that you have actually promised to your sister's governess? ' "Yes, father. I do toll you that I havo done that very thing; and in so doing have iK'gi'ed to share my life n young gentlewoman of most exemplary high attainment, illustrious family, uiKxeoptliKiablc manners, lofty principles and extraordinary beauty: one to .horn nil who honor the purest type of womanly virtue and loveliness mlg. t well y proud to bow in houiufe; one who. well lltted to mate with the highest iu tlie land, has yet been content to bestow the precious boon of her froah young lore upon me, all unworthy as I a in." Col. iloivatyl listened in grim silence to this loveHike rhupsody, although he could not wholly suppress some signs of sympathy and admiration, as lie looked upon tho glowiug features i.nd heard the Impassioned woidsof kin only son. Finally he said, in t'.o ealni. iflo.nred tones of one svfu.tome.l to c imrannd and expecting to bo obeyed. "Frank, Miss (iraydon is doubtless till that you say; she is truly an excellent girl; both your mother and I appreciate her fully, and, indeed, feel under groat obligations for the faithful and judicious manner in which she has discharged her duties to us and to your sisters. There as to her can bo no question entire lit ties for any station to which she may bo called; the beauticsof her mind and person arc alike remarkable, and if I had not long ago made other arrangements for you. it is possi-sibljust possible, that I might feel disposed to waive all conventional considerations and welcome her as a daughter; but. as matters now stand, this is not to be thought of for a moment." Frank would .have broken in with an impetuetis (protest, but his father waved him aside, uud continued: "I have made, as now see, a great mistake in not Informing you of those plans which I. years ago. thought well to make in reference to your settlement iu life. should certainly havo done so hud for a moment imagined tho possibility of a euHlru trwH like this; and, moreover, felt confident that tho end desired to reach would bo brought about by the foiceof circumstances and propinquity, and our own natural and spontaneous action iu the premises. Long since, when you wore a mere schoolboy, and shortly ufter our neighbor, the countess of Millbrook, came into possession of her present property, she and Inade what I have always regarded as a solemn compact, that at the proper time the estates of Linwood and Millbrook both, as you know, unentailed should be united by your marriage with Lady Louisa Grafton, only child and heiress of the dowager. As I have previously hinted, both her ladyship and I supposed that this consummation would ho nrrhed ut as tin; certain consequence of familiar intercourse between two young and mutually attractive people of equal social position; and hence, unfortunately, neither of you was apprised of our intention." "I am very glad Indeed that wo were not," rejoined Frank, "for whereas Lady Louisa and I are now thu best of friends, we should probably have been at daggers drawn if either of us had known thut our future lives had been thus summarily disposed of. Why, i.ither! could no uwiro think of proposing marriage to my old playmate. Lady Louisa Grafton, than to one of my own sisters, and I am very sure that she looks upon tin much more in the light of a bfothor than that of a pssible lover. Hesides- ""StutV and immense!" interrupted the colonel: "she is barely nineteen years of ago. is heart wludo. absolutely free from all entanglements, ami is, moreover, a girl of !imd sense and judgment, and In all ress- ts a dutiful child. You are not so ver dull nor such a fidlow as to make tlm task of winning hoi uxor) liiuault one. if you make the ii rt " "Which I shall never do, my dear father. Nor do awe with you that Lady Louisa is quite heart whole, for I havo reason toilicv. that she is far from indifferent t the dciotod attentions of birdcurgo laustiilcl, who is Hi every 1 re-gir- i..' "iV: f ei'ti he i '.. in ri" A-- d'-- r isr creu Imv, with j th"re la j d 1 char-acto- r, liesides, ns I was aboet to say a moment ogo. my affec- tlons are unalterably nxed upon Agnet Uraydou, and to Iter mv faith Is pledged. All my hopes of hnppiness are centered in her, and, though were offered my choice of all Mugland's fairest daughters, she. or no one, shall be my wife " Col. Howard, who had hitherto placed a strong restraint upon himself, now lost all piitlence, and angrily said: "Do you dare to assert, Frrnk, that you are determined to thwart my wishes. lcy my authority, and carry to its legitimate conclusion this romantic fancy, Irtespeetive of duty, self interest and a proper regard to the obligations of your station, as well as u direct violation of my vdomnly pledged word? Have j'ou well conv' lercd what mny bo the effect, nay. what nil I la- - the certain result of your olMhirnov N it nothing that you should espouse a penniless bride and thus in o.i" i ii nient destroy your brilliant prospect and sinli into un inglorious life of obscure poverty? Is it a light thing for you. the heir of Linwood. to relinquish your birthright, forfeit the love of vmr parents and descend lo the I r.d of the eoinui n Herd of nobodies, to whom you otrht bv right be a patron end lawgiver"' "Father." the fonng man sadly replied. "I have thought of these possible consequences only since you lag;in to speak, and. nlt'iou f!i they up.xw to me very u!iest and even tnn.itnrnl. am a. rather than prepared io iirive t'l sacrifice my honor and betray the trust of the only woman I can ever love, and apart froip whom all that this world can o.Ter In the way of fame, 'wealth and rank would Ik' mere dross In my eyes. Yon mu t recollect, sir. that I knew nothing of ynir wishes nnd cannot therefore Is charged with disregarding them I I." ve but o'.ercisod the inalienable right of mv own manhood in ehoosi.li a wife, and oot't reuson nnd conscience tell trie that have chosen Wh n. some few wisely :ul well weeks a.to. I attained to lo;rul ago. did not on th.it account cease to feel for you that deference to which you are entitled, not only as mv fathe. but also becuuso i.f all the love and kindness with which you have over treated inir, declaring mybut I did ;).ir;:o.dy ' self to M!ssGr::y ionuijtil that tone had cure when my !"jr:il as well as moral rlTht to do so was uuqucstioutihlc. no earthlv reu .on that out i Id divine, existing to the contrary I do not desire to set aside your authority and would reasonable now obey o;tr wisli as readily as If wv.v a child, but you tusk m' t du an mr.Ksslble thing, one wlil'-h- , iti its. If. is wrong and tho doing of which would stamp me as a false, ti:ne-- s rvi rj paltroon, unworthy to be callo.l y oir son. You require me to sacrifice not only my own hopes of happiness, but, what i.i far more, those of one (leaner t ru than lif" itself, and whom neither you nor have a right to immolate on the altar of a miserable D.i you think, sir, thnt expediency lands can riches unit give content and happiness, or that even imperial honor-- , would not be too dearly liought in exchange fonfu true woman's love? Wherein, my, dear father, has lain the real joy of your own life? Has It not been in the companion- 1 way a most desirable my own lest friends sut'yr and one of I I I I 'tr I t 1 I broad-spreadin- g I l!CTa "JiV s , A K o, MK W Jfiai i.- ! rAi '5- - "M Oi1 ' i S. 1 I prm-M- -J WJ PWfl -- ft US8r,v- THiWTrrr fW m 1 1 1 ir - 1 COI HOWAltll NOW LOST ALL I'ATIKXCK. 1 shipand affection of my blessed mother? and would not the wealth of the world appear to you as dust iu the balance when weighed against those priceless treasures?" This was touching the stern old soldier in it tender spot, and he was evidently affected by his son's earnest yield his appeal, but would not ground; though now ho spoke without anger: "I believe, Frank, that you aro, quitesinccro in all that you have said, and it certainly sounds plausible; but your whole nrgument is founded upon tins assumption th.it your attachment for Miss Graydon is fixed and unchangeable, and your destiny necessarily interwoven with and dependent upon hera. Now if she were to die would you not forget this dream In. say, two years, and form for yourself new ties equally as strong as those which at present bind you to her?" "What might do, sir, In case of so deplorable an event, I do not know, nor Is it necessary that I should try lo imagine. It is enough for tue to know that Miss Graydon lives, and holds my heart and truth. Duty and inclination alike bind me to her in bonds which only death, or her own commands, can break; and. come what may, shall Let never prove recreant to my trust. me remind you. 1113 dear father, of that old maxim, 'noblest oblige.' which yquso often nuotcj," CosiLi'Dun Nuvr IsgtE. 3-1 - v 1 y , I I I & Homk Fok Tiik oi Holidays. Tliofiueeii i - bad-looki- 1 Crescent Houto will sell holiday excursion tickets to all points on their line and to points in Ohio, Indiana and Michigan and authorized points north of tho Ohio river. Also to points enst of tho Mississippi river and south of tho Ohio and l'otomno livers. Tickets will ho 011 sale Dec. 'JOth to I'.'dh, inclusive, and bee. L'wtli to Jan. 1st, ISlK?. inclusive. Good for return till Jan. :th. 1MV. For further information write to or rail on ot the Queen A Crtfccent Kuute. ' ; igys l&ts Etf5ii)--'-- ' fa-- y- -3 iiSjbs: i"wH" LL them attacked the posse on being sent rtdvantngo of Lincoln; Garrard is per- ) to guard f ho mine?. The miners wore fectly willing that Lincoln may take on a strike. from Pulaski an equal amount of territoThe bodies of Mis A. II. Hrucc, Mrs. ry from tin northern border of tlint Stanford, Ky., Decemucu IT), 1S91 L. D. Hatch, her young son and Frank county. Tins shows that we are gener 1'ackwood.a boy, were found with their ous as well as just. throats cut in a rented cottage near New MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. gone there from Syria, Fla. The- h tho North to spend tho winter. Tramps One of the Paducah girls who mar are suspected of the murder. Fkom the way Kentucky CongressRendered still more mighty by our ried a Chinaman last winter has been men nro cackling over getting second will deserted by her liiishind. This LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. place on this committee, wo fear theie probably put an end to the erar.0. is a slim show for Gov. McCrenrv Invitations are out for tho marriage Judge Charles K. Kinciid arrived : being given the first place on that of for of our busineH manager, Mr. K. C Walon Saturday afternoon, looking in his eign allairs. lrom long anil lionur.iblo ton, to Miss Belle Cook, of Hustonville, accustomed health. or service on that committee and Ids Htipe-ri- or L. V. Hubble has returned from his on Wednesday, Dec. 2:!d. The ceremoforeign rela ions, lie knowledge of southeastern exploring expedition to ny will be said by llv. W. L. Williams, is eminently entitled to it and his friends nt the Christian church, of that place, tho Tennise mountains. NEWSY NOTES. hope that Speaker Crisp will rise above K. W. Lilian! has purchased the after which thev will leave for several the potty deairo to puniah those who Dr. J L Mnssie, who murdered IvJ. store room of Ballon I'd "nines on the K istern cities failed to support him. Gov. McCreary war! Lfsby, in Owen county, was Not a tore in tint side of the public sipiare at the of count h ere DEATH'S DOINGS. saw fit to vote for Mr. .Mills ami in no Ht Kv.timv-ilItul price of $4,500 s wishes of the xVn Italian steamer from Genoa was Mrs. Bennett II. Young, of LouisSome 20 odd warrants were inMied of his constituents, who sunk by a boiler explosion and 21 perville, the oldest daughter of Dr. Stm.rl against a number of colored individuals simnlv preferred Mills because of his sons found watery graves on Friday last for a violation of the local ISnhiiiwm, died, after a lingeiing illnetF, more complete identification with the The new railroad bridge over the option law. Some were dismissed and Sunday. As at the .piestionof tartfl leform, and not from Ohio river at Konova, W. V.i., was to others issued and the cases are to be The ML Sterling Democrat iccords any hostility to .Mr. Crisp, whom they mally opened for business Sunday. of Mrs. Mary, wife of sudden tried before Judge Robinson the the lecognized as an unusually well fitted Lloyd II.mi1 stabbed George Cund ill' Thomas II. Grubbs, of pneumonia, ago! tth. ihhpi man for the speakership. Wo hope they to death in Nelson, returning homo from 51 She recently viplted Mr. John J. The destruction of our city hall by tho McRolierls hero and wns will have no cause to think kw of him a conrhuskinir, where they had had in recent fire has left our town without a the coiintv. by any unfair and unjust alignment of some words. their honored and beloved representn-tive- . A freight and n work train collided suitable place in which to give lectures, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. on the Mobile it Ohio Itulroad, near concerts, Ac' Wo may therefore say, "Good-bye- " to theatrical entertainments 111 , killing three men and J. . Hammond handled at Hubble Tjik town of Warsaw, Gallatin county Murphysboro, ami negro minstrels until tne ball is ieinjuiing nine others. week 1,000 turkf-vat fl cents. which has 070 inhabitants, according to Hun down by a mob, Joe Patterson, built. When this will be, no one seems John L Anderson taught of Jntnes the last census, is perhaps the only town colored, who killed his wife and then to know. The title to the property on Withers 15 head of fat heifers at Slfl'io. in the country which levies and collects shot two white men in Bossier Parish. which the hall was built is vested in A.T. Xunnrlley taught of IJast Hnd no taxes. The Independent, a newppa-pemt 4Kp4B ownera who have not made known the La., blew out his brain.". parlies I Mem! nt butcher dull at 2 to published there, says that there are terms upon which they are willing to The Senate bioke tho record Thurs2c only two salaried olliceis in town, the day in the way of measures introduced sell and nothing is Known as to thoir in Ilium A Drye, of the UWKnd.sohl clerk, who gets S12 a ypar and the in a single day. Over 000 hills ami oight tentions as to rebuilding the' lower sto to Holland, of Bowling Green, a gelding who receives $10 a month. The joint ries. The only conwiiaron we nave is for SL'V resolutions were presented. Oppoaite the Portin m II office of town marshal was abolished A locomotive engineer was lined $10 that the meadows near the town are in FomSi.b. A pair of splendid couch last year and no tax bus been collected at Cynthiami for blowing his whistle statu (iio, and the old fashioned circus luMei. But h aorrels Mini ftood matehef. since 1SS1, the small expenses of the town. A's that was his "first offense" is, not extinct. A circus, of course, S M i ), veiw, Stanford. town befbg paid by the lew licenses in away a large amount of money, but me juugo s.uu no wouiu let iuu r oasy. I. HioMiheail purchased from A. J. granted. It is strange that such a heavthat is not to he compared with tho Alexmider I,"00 Over 0,000 bids have recently been huahels rf wheat at '.' enly spot as those who dislike to pay fun it has afforded tho public, from the opened at the c Jiito. Midway Clipper. department in w ill consider the place, has not intaxes youth in his swaddling clothos to the J. IC Lynn sold to A. T. Nunndley v creased but 10 in population in a decade, Washington from thosn who want to d nage who goc to see the carry the mails over the star routeH of ot .New ork mttlu at ! cents but there will no doubt be an hegiia horses go round, hear the baud nnd Htu) o head nt :t rent thither now that its peculiar advantages Kentucky. laugh at the wit of the. clown. Uncle W. (i. Hubble shipped W hood of Wilbur C. Kenton, n Newport are known. John Kobinon, of circiw fame, wai tk- . pension claim agent, has been J.I0 lb. rattle to New ork, which he 7 Midway is all toin uu over the dis-- indicted on four counts for etiarging ille- ing i look in the door of Music Hall, in ' equal to He nt tamo . graceful acts of the postmistress, who is gal pension fees. Ho was arrested and Cincinnati, a short tim I), (tover anlil 11:1 nu-.tn Ci..... donth, in which 10,000 people wore Ren- OA'HieyatfclnmlSlto charged not only with getting drunk, released on bond. flubo IlroiMucli For tb ted, listening to the rendition of h famous Many Senators and Kepresentntives, but being too intimate with Nat Collins, at ;.I.UV He liMKI wethers to eell. oratorio. He was asked what ho thought a youth of 111. The Clipper says tho presuming that the holiday recos-J. W. Gueet lost by death a vin- will of that, and mid: "I could take my cir husband, J. Harry Long, the woman lxgin of this week, have made arrange ble weanlinr tilly b K.igki Wrd. dam tlm 10 min l ... . .i... r ,...... ...... me annum. wh and Collins had a row the other night, ments to leave Washington within tho cus band and empty the hall in . min ui urunj, :.im. Uncle John was right. utes;"' and good people of next fuw days for their homes. ?1 '"ft) which so incensed the valoed at 9 it seems, stirred up a Bro. tho town that they held an indignation Fire broke out in the Hmiuenco ConMr M ,, ,.,,., tHHttfi Uwt long; key supply ie aluinM meeting and resolved that they were stitutionalist office Fr day night and de- hornets' neat at Ixington not Andentintiy extatm ! tired of such scandals and that the guil- stroyed it and J'J other building?. The since by alleging in h public address that ,m(, now fm. rf mt ty parties must be prosecuted to thu paper's !os is $1,500 without insurance; the morals of the dly needed improve- - thw ,ove or Wl Thfa ,g lw), (jwj presi for Chriatmaa. full extent of the law. The saddest part thoother.loers are pretty well insured. iiiuiit. Judge J. II Y. M. C, A., has also deliver of the story is that the woman, who has The Allianet nrtniti l .Ct ManI !... Statistics of Secretary Hester, of the dontof the eil an addrcs upon the same subject at ' brought shame and disgrace upon hcrnelf, New Orleans Cotton ano,hr cirt.,ar u, tho twnwn f show tho refciyierinn,ejiurrii in inni hold their wheat as It fe Itound to lie family and town, is a daughter of Elder number of bales of the new crop brought inc Can j;ie Special Bargains in ought (o John S. Sae'iicy, the eminent divine. hitther owing to thu dttitund in Huhmh into sight ttiis year, so far, o.OoS.OOS, city, in which he said that men good men and other countries. against 4.S04.0S0 for the smo period last be pure, as well as women, and ought to be selected to manage local afSpeak- year. Ciuer says that his election as The tauidville Tolwceo Wnrohoiw fairs, regardless of their politic!, when it ales have already er means no backward btep in taiiir regfitiB over the 150,000 Attorney General Miller has taken becomes necessary for reform; nnd there- hoeaheads inflrk, with three weeks form, but if he appoints Springer chair- steps to test to the right of railroads to in Judge Beauchamp is right. And yet man of the committee on Wnya and hear from. The city is by far the largest issue passes in violation of a provision this is not easy to accomplish, when toharen market in the world. Means, that may mean a backward step of the Interstate Commerce law. He judging from the way the Illinoisan has will first 'biing suit? against a Ne- Eng- there are men in all political parties who -- Cajit T. W. Bottom reporlN about would vote for the devil against the Sav- VHieadof cattle on the market Mr. Springer doenn't' land been talkiug. road. yesterday. ior of mankind, if they thought that the Sales nther dull; li head calves seem to be any more anxiously deoired The Weather Bureau states that unsold rt Savior was not of their pnlftical belief. $! fkV 1.1 at f S: 10 sheen koIiI nt !t.il- A for that position by the people then he official big lot of Sample Caps for JJoys and Men, just from auction will reports from Nevada nnd the is said that the judge "closed with u was for epeaker by his colleagues. milk cows $N to $10. mountains in the extreme western por- It be sold at les.s than manufacturing prices. grand iniplor.it ion, in which he called on -- A J llultz, nf . tion of California, indicate that tho tem sold to best thing that young Harry II. men of all clas.ses to beware.". As Mr. Hughes, of Briar Hill. .",00 The perature on the 12th fell as '.lov as 20 the 15th, we barrels of On Smith has done since he came into pubthe men are already men, why not make com at l 'hj in the field, mid hits (100 below zero. SLc., by calling upon them to be Imrrels left lic notice is to resign as secretary of the Tho corn averaged Hi bush The collectors ore'notifying tho store them better revisory committee. His office, after "women?" Which were purchased at a forced sale and they will pass over the el to the shock. Paris Kentuckian. keepers that the new plan of using scales If Kentucky's centennial is to be celethe appointment of a stenographer and so far as practicable for (i and C. P. Cecil, of Ceeilian Park, counters at such prices that no house in town will ever be able the official to apwas a perfectsinecure and it brated Lexington would seem to bo the Bovle county, have sold of the number of gallons of recently to proach. Only a look and you will be convinced. appropriate place to hold it. It is a ecu-- ) is gratifying to know that young Mr. parties ?10,000 worth of young spijits in casks or packages will go into . i .. ...i.. ........ .. Smith was not hog enough to hold on to irai puim;iiusaeaien Wc have engaged additional help and will try and serve you as trotting Stock bv their stallioiiH. (Jam effect as soon as'prHcticable. any otlier ciiy; its peopio are noieu lor letta Wilked, LVJO, and C. K. the end. His place will not he filled. is claimed that the recent victoClay, 2: IS. promptly as wc possibly can. It their hospitality and would no doubt Will Mordant!, of Boyle, sold to CuiBr'a father and mother ries of tho Imperial troops of China make ample provision for the accommo- Gentry Bros, for W. W. twiDo not mistake the place; follow the crowd to the HIG DOUH- against the rebels have put an end to Braiier A Co., of were actors and he was an actor too, in dation of all who would attend. :12 head of New York Kichinoiid, insurgents cattle, LK ROOM, opposite the l'ortman House. tho smaller roles. He has spread con- the insurrection. Forty-twth Much is said in thu journals siderably since then and is one known to have had a hand in killing day as to what distinguished men in the which he bought of J. F. Cash Ht I .'50 He taught of J. A. Harrif-.tSoU he:ul of the most conspicuous persons on the christians have been beheaded. great political parties want to of New York The Supremo Court of New Hamp-siir- two ctttle..to be delivered IW. National stage. May he in the future, president. How would it do to in- 20, at lie. 1'. S. I'rom Dec. 15 to Jan. 1, '92, we will pay 22 'jc per docn has refused a new trial to Isaac B. be as in the past, act well his part, for there quire occasionally, by way of variety, ns -J- ohn Cudahy, the Chicago pork-p- for your Kg's. Saw tell, who murdered his brother, HiBring them alon. all the honor lies. to who the people want" Or have the ker, hss bought out several large ram. He admitted his guilt and the onHvbry newspaper mail in the tate, ly plea was that ho did tho deed in people any say in tho matter?. packing houses in Louisville and will en- .. iv nnniiura irnni n i irtti i turi'iu .. . tablfi-- . a who knows Edward 0. Leigh, is glad to Maine, where tho head was found. mammoth concert to run all u oruy. , ceiu.y maue .y .,,,,, , r01J(K TMh wH 'know that Gov. Brown has made his apft Tho finance committee of tho city that the boundary line of Indiana, pointment as private secretary perma- council of Richmond, Va., an,l give Kentucky raisers nent, lie is thoroughly t capable, con- ing a resolution looking are consider- now recognized, is an encroachment up. hcne lnflrk(t for th(tr flt0(f to the appropri- on the lawful territory of Ohio to the scientious and courteous, and will prove ation of $25,000 for Dbalor In the purchase of a res- extentof a strip several miles in width Bkats It Hollow. Here is a cipher a loyal and painstaking official. idence for Mrs. Jefferson Davis, provid-- e and extending tho entire length of the puzzle which is far superior to the eryp-twfilm will make that city her home. Mii.i.8 failed to get the speakership, States. How the matter ia to be tigram which Ignatius Donnelly claims Great dnmago was done in the east- satisfactorily adjusted remains to be t liavn discovered in tie works of but it is dollars to cents that the called of the legislature of Texas eh cts ern and northern portion of California seen. Doubtless some shrewd Kentucky .Shakespeare. bession Put down in figures the him U. S. Senator. His people think he by the moat destructive wind storm that lawyer, for a satisfactory fee, could show year in which yon were born; to this Hild ought to have been elected Speaker and has visited that section in years. Many them n way out ol tiiu tiiiucult . By fo lr, then mill your age to your next1 f hey will show it by inviting him up houses were blown down and tho dam-ag- the way, it is the opinion of many who birthday, provided it comes before Jan. to orange orchards was great. Two are not acquainted with the facts that ' 1, otherwise your ago nt your laa birth-Di- x higher. TO'. 5 AND X.MAS TRIX, ASKS TIIM I'UHHC TO lives were lost. river is the boundary line between day; multiply the result by 1,0 )0; fr. m Judgixo from newspaper reports HarAs a protection against the cranks Lincoln and Garrard. The river is un-- l this deduct S0,l:;'.: substitute for the vey Meyers is leading for speaker and who have shown themselves so frequent doubtedly tho line between the great' r re miiiim; figures mrieHponding Jetteis will get there again in good shape. His ly of late, Hill, of New' part of the boundary, but there is a strip of tl'e alphabet, as A for 1, B for 'J, 0 for light hand man, John If. Welch, of mo lesuu win give tne York, is now shadowed by threo detec- iinrtb nf I) x tver. between the ir.lL.l"'um.iew' TUIttU 1.1 .n.. nHA IIIII1II III ri1.. . a.,.,... ... ,, l.i..l. .1111 II V His line of Holiday Goods. also says ho and he is a pretty tives in his foings ane comings, while a and the on tl in riiml timt Kiinic-ii.,. ....... ... Hnpkinsvillii Kentuckian. well posted politician. watchman stands night guard at tho leads from Stanford to Lancaster, some-- ; ' executive mansion. what in the shape of a half moon, probNews calls our attention Thk Attorney General Miller in his an ably a mile in width at the most distant to the fact that we have gotten 0. 0. num reyun 10 oougress, maKeg point. All the fiHliermei in and around When McChord and W. H. McChord mixed. suggeetionB Baby was rick, we gare her Castorta. about the Circuit Court of Lancaster and eapecially those who have Tbe latter is on the commission to codi- Appeals; thiuks the fee system fishing with stolen When she was a Child, she cried for Cnitoria. should been accustomed to ForWhen fy the laws, the former is booked for rail- be abolished; reviews the legal proceed- minnows, kuow where tho road turns off When she became Miss, she clunfc to Castorta. she had Chil Sren, she gare them Castorta. road commissioner. ings in the Itata case, tho Chinese ex- at the schooldiouse and leads down to womau near Grayson, in clusion act and suits against telegraph the ford near White Oak branch. This TiiERKi'sa house is the building sometimes used this State, who wears a No. 14 ehob, companies. The parents of Henry L. Norcross, for preaching, lectures, kc. and is about ban the average sizeH larger or three Fifi8, the Boston broker, are convinced that one mile from the river and three miles Chagico belle. their son was the Russell Sage bomb. from Lancaster. It is thought by many Skcrktahy Fobteu wants 147,004,550 thrower, and what is left of tho remains that tills strip of land ought to belong to A reliable man to a reliable to pay pensions next year. How long, will be claimed by them. Garrard, so that Dix river would bo the jcculion. Will loan rcprneni immediately Loan A. money after branch u organized. GoI Southern referenci-- .1 will the people perFive Sicilian miners were killed true boundary line between the two fiompartiei on, Lord! how long who have loan We wanthrst-ela- i mit this moet outrageous raid on the and two Auatrians fatally wounded by a cmntie8, and tOHhow that it is not tbe men to handle .ur butlnest. Addrois c,,ASEl-",n. v. ftherifTs posse when an armed body of intention of Garrard to take any unfal treasury? g3t "' . Semi-Weekly Interior Journal W. P. WALTON, Mrs. Ga8tos, of Providence, R. I., although but 17 years of age, has just married her seventh husband, a brother of her first and fifth. One husband leit her, alio gotdivoieeq from two, one wa killed and the others died. Sho had children by five of her husbands, who have been of all occupation'', from min ister to undertaker. She is not strikingly pretty and noverjwas, but eho is evidently gifted in winning ways, else seven men would not have been; forced to Women who, 8'irrender to her charm-a'tera life of trying, have not succeeded In getting even one man, ought to writ to Mrs. Gaston for her receipt for bringing men to feet. . 1891, CTHU 1891. - 1 1 Mighty : Dollar -- -- hr OFFERINGS Staple & Fancy Goods i a- GRAND cup-turll- - l per-hap- nine-tenth- s Ia dollar goes SO FAR Ksarg ain Ol Or - d-- nth to-da- 1 m well-know- n V019II - la-- t s r lamp-lighte- r, J c.ir-lie- s . Stanford, Kentucky' post-ollic- e gray-haire- sr-hc- lw-yeran- d 1 ii ,,.,.. . jflre Daily Receiving NEW GOODS, yt s McG-Kvey- , , ,, ,,,. ,, (. HOLIDAYS -- tt Betu-.cham- , ,,, Prices will be The Lowest. i I - Silk Handkerchiefs, Silk Mufflers, uasnmere Mufflers, Gloves, Ties, Gents' & Ladies' Underwear, Boots Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c. Tuesday, will open up a liljj lot of dry goods, notions, - Chil.-eburg- type-write- In-dia- o to-da- y e B. F. JONES, SR, Pro'r. a ,"',. ,i ......., "' fKlvill,, I -;-j IR, - I3XrC3CEK, : o 1 1 liiij , Candies, o Gov.-Senat- Jes-Ramin- school-hous- . iii.-i- i I 15 . '.' I CALL AND SEE Go wn to J. B. FOSTER -- Candies, Nuts. Oranges IemoiiSf wanted! r Raisins, s , .:neva, Canned Goods of All Kinds and Everything you Need in the Grocery or Hardware line. '' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal 15, 1891 Wanted, & Co. COO Turkeys. M. F. Klkin Fkksh Stankom), Ky., Deckmiikk te II. K. of salt;jmt received at nndW. II. Wearen'a. car-loa- J. W. Bwioht tendered his reaijrnation as conslablo to Judge Varnon yesterday and it wan accepted. The ladies of tho C. W. a lunch and aimlin Hchool-houso NFAV ADVERTISEMENT. d Stockholders' 2rlceting. IJ. M. will give Tur-nersvi- lle o, walton, MEANS Bus. ManaRer BUSINESS. nt Mc ItF.MKMimn thu oiiturtainmi-n- t Cormack's, Saturday ninht, HHli. social nt tho on tho Dec. 'JCth. nibt Knuk.vvi.vh beautifully and artistically done at A. H. Penny's. Yorii account is now ready. Please mil ami settle. A. II. 1'onnv. lUvKyour wiitrh, dock ami jewelry repaired at A. II. Tunny'. All work M.irrnuted. Hkmkmukh tlintall silvi'rwnre. watches, rings, vr., lioiilit at A. R. Penny's will b engraved free o cluirw. PERSONAL Dit POINTS. o cents n pound and Oi'n correspondents with one or two as cheap. W. II. lira honorable exceptions went beautifully other thina just Stockholdcro' Mooting. hick on us this issue, but we came out Foil Hbnt. UfBiaiiiicu now occupied nil the same. A meeting of the tockholler of tbp First National Hank will he held at their banking hoiue hy W. M. IHwIub. Apply to John M. Tub advertisers come nobly to the in Stanford on the recond Tuesday in January, McItobcrH, r. Read what they eay and tty, tor thr ptirroenf clwtlng eleven flirectum front to ervetlieiiuint year. wo will pinrauteo that you will make JUIIV J. McKOnr.UlS.Ca.hter Atthntion Is iiillnd to tho "ad." headmoney by it. ed "Wanted." A reliable man may m. StoskheiasM' :S53tin?r. cure a good job. Mt. Vernon, writos: James Gooncanily at 10 to-daHi-- td A meeting of the ttockliottlcrt ol the National Dank of home of lluttotivllle will be held at their banking in liuitonville on the tecoml Tueiiluy in January, 8yj, for the purtoc of electing nine Director to erve the cn.ulng ear. i til J V HOC KFR, Cashier. Severance 4 So tf -- 41 :i DKALKRS IX-- Dry Q oodSae Notions yirpot i iiitO. T.I. L'ivo Oun aHkn u-- to say IHUN returned from Knox-villSaturday. Mil. ami Miw. K. R. I) Wis npunt n few iIiivh in llarrodsbiirg. .Mihm MAititAtttrrliuAiiAM returned to Cincinnati yesterday. Miss A i.li k HiHiii.K lino roturnetl fiom a lengthy visit to Lexington. Mihn I.ida Kdmmthv, of Cral) Otchftn), Is visiting friends in this section. .Mum. J.Caiivi:u Jonkk loft Friday to join her husnind in Kansas City. Mini .Mattik Klkin, a Garrard county beauty, is with Miss Annie Hale. Mihh Loitik Dillion, of Cral) Orchard, i tho guest ot Mini Kiln May Saunders. Mlrt Koflv JoXrW lian returned from a six months' visit to Mm. G. C. Currati at Kiuihah City. Mil Ci..vfist Walton and family, from IUtfH county, Mo., aru visiting at Mr. P. Carter's. Mich Uki.lk McCoiimack, who hn been visiting lir pHtt'iita, returned to Tyler, Texas, ycsterJny. Coi. It. M. J.UK90N, :f Ioiiloii, and Kditor K. IJ. .Smith, of Mt. Whom, wore down Sunday. Mh. N vniy 1.oua:c mid Mrt. V. tl. Kdmkton Itmvo U day to visit at Prairie Home, Mo. Jpimu: Vinchvt Hohkuio ami J. W. Fox mot with th Cumberland Vallt-jbind Co. director yonny. Mki Kanmi: Vaim.k McotitfMnfal Mr. It. G. Hail up frmn Sotnrrit and I. V. a OhiiiMimiR trtte at the night of tho 21th. Mt. Xanln on is claimed for It. with tho work." Makkt, that lie will "Kncyclopedia received and it is all that I run well pleated Tub ollleial census of Liberty is KW, Go to the Optra Ilousa and Middleburj; II.", YesemitOoOTand Dunn-villtha lovely islrls prfonn. It will he 18(1. The population of tho county woll worth your limp and money. ii 11 ,8 IS, n Kiiin of Mt) in 10 years. Hk.u'K iv ltoneMi MiuHtiels pive a OiiAXuiiflJl apiece; bananas $"J per linn nhow to a la rue ami well plonsed dozen; common candy 7." cents per rrowd. Nearly ail tho features are (rood, pmnd; ovorytluiiK ulsu in pioportion. and coini) of them unummllv so. Call aud see mo before buying, i'etur Hank rotK. I will null publicly, be- Hampton. tween ami 2 o'clock on January court W. M. Mnti'HY will address tho poo day, on thu corner of the Court-Hophi of Lincoln county at the o Square, 25 sliurca of Farmers Hanlc and on the Ud Monday in Jan., IMR.', Truat Company stock. K. I'. Owsley. on tho farmer's alliance. Fihb. A iiicmsiiko from Mr. Jan. Uoy, at lCinsville, says that Mra. IVnnybach-er'- a Thk first installment of thu novel a charming little story, is hotel at that place eauht lire (rom Home unknown causa and whs entiiely Kiven in this Ifsuc and will be concluded consumed, with inoit all of the furni- in our next. Its peruhal will prove pleasant uud prolltable. ture. Ioss W.0O0; insurance 5 1.000. e h-- A mtinii 'if the MocVhoklrti of the Km men flank Ac 1 r iM Co will l,e hr'H al their banking bonke In Manfird on the hr.t Wedneaday in Icr iht putpotcftf ekclmK eleven t'j i yi the cnimiii; yrar tf, Jan-unr- y, Si-t- d J D. OWWLKY. rahir. Gents', Ladies' and Shoes. Prices. Chil-dren- s' m m II. K. CA3ZMTX, Undertaker&Ejufaalmer HustonviMo, Ky. A full line of CofhtM, O.keu, He. Sa 6m haiid. TJ-I- Always Lead In Style Quality and Our Stock by Frequent Purchases is Always Kept Full. Wc have just secured a sample line of Towels, Tray Covers, Table Scarfs, Silk Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, &c, from one of the largest houses in this country, which wc propose to sell at wholesale prices. In this lot arc some finer goods than are usually brought to this market. Wc have a few nice alvkyi on 1 me VEXDOAIE HOTEL WALLACE STi:ELK, I'ro'r, Court-Hous- M. R. CA3XNIT2S. HUSTON VI Mai'r, Lit, Ky Thoroughly refutrd ami rfurnnhed and fuily Sreparrd to attend t the want of tho public. A I'LL ROOM attached. WOTXCB. In the county coutt, yestardav, Jtidgo the cutting scrapo Sunday nlir,,t, when W. O. Hansford and Curtis Gove. were All pertona indebted to ihe firm of Oooch A; Da each granted hotel license with the vidson, MrKiHtiey Ky.willcnme forward nii GuorKt Dollins went for Mit liinbry, irttle at once, or their account will be placed in ary rnnirit, w ith . knife, ciittitiK hi'ii privilege of retailing liijuors at Crab Or- the hands uf an othier aftr Jin V S I, iBj COOCH, MKS. seriously in the lift mhIm. Onllins oe chard. Htxddp pome road or lors, this is W K DAVIDSON and oapod and is still at Urua. liolh ware all that occupied the attention of the sell judge, attorney and clerk. driukiiiK. Ma khvii.u; vns Mtfiio of another an-otbfr 8a-- DRESS IPATTERNS other terns which wc do not propose to carry over if a price will them. We keep the 1 ,VI n rltivs r simmiI Wunron'H. Mh. . C. Lu-Krr- , in., and bride, of Texan, left Friday,, Mcmitiitiiiil by Mr. V. T. Orion, to vUit Mr. aud Mrs. Jo S. CttimfH, at KliaHrtfitl.lown. Tompkim, who ha Wn .MimAi.m tpiioiiiiii; wIkhI at (Soahvii. Urn goiio to P.irrodflbtirg toMnd OtiriatmaH, MiH iflU-h- " Gnovti nc)mpHiilfl her and will be her gmt for sevwnil days. Mk. vniiMha. U. 0. Sanihixik, of Lincoln, hava moved to thia eity ami txko Hx.sciwion of one of tin I.'Mt collage on Main street. TIm-- v will Iw mid UN) hi '' corned hy all of our '- etnil Holiday Uxcur-siatickets to all poinU at one and fare Jor th riMtmltrip. 'llckoU on iwlt i)ic. 'JXHU U) --'5th iurlnsivii and gootl ro lire. SOlh to Jan. let inrlui-ivf- , I A N. UirtiiitK ttntll Jan. 5th, '1W. S aieiitH. W. W. iVnn, T. 1. A., L. A N I unction Citv. n on-thlr- Thk I. ,t N. will . Havinu jiiht receivetl a check for the amount of jMihey held in tho Hartford Life Insurance Co., through their agent, J. If. ihinghman, I deal re to recommend said company through your columns to all my friends, or thueo desiring insur-onoA. F. Moberly, this Dec. 14th, e. PUBLIC SALE OK BOU8EHOU9 AHD RITCSBK FV2HITOR: BEST GENTLEMEN'S SHOES Gentlemen in want of underwear should examine what we have in that line. The largest and most elegant stock of NKCK.WFAR ever seen Stanford. Consult your interest and come and (see us. in 1WI. ! ai Mm. Georx 1). Lunatic.--W- m. We will offer at public sale be- to be found any where. Our stock ol ladies and children's shoes is ginning at 2 o'clock, t. t.f at complete, having just assorted up. Hustonvillc on of 21, eon of J. Jouefi, was a Inuath'.'Viturday and taken to Aaylum by Deputy S. W. thu Meiwfct. H whs on a vWt to his wlion he btwatno violent broth-orinTrxi- II. ritiAAoil Jont, u young man and his futlirr IihiI to biim: him hone. There w mo apmrnt oanni for Ma iiiean-ity- , and it is hoped Unit it is only tttui-porar- i Wiiilk rotiirniii! ruin the entertainment at Crab Orchard, .Nnturday night, tho tamt driven by Mi.b.. F. L. Clifford and Harney Fih trot seared and lievkiMl down an embankment, near citlw. P't' Advocate. Neettmore, turning the bugy over. Mr. Mk. J. H. Cook and Miss Sno IS LhiIopI was not hurt much, hut Mr. Mr. J. 15. Harper and MiK Anna !'i l'i!i was do painfully jarred in the neck of HijHtonvilh', and Mfssrs. John Farm, tltnt he had to leave his business ami re.1, I. Andonon, Chimin Wherritt and turn to his home Sunday. attended Will Andi'ihon, of Thk harvester ami implement linn of the Hunch te lii worn MinatrttU", Frhlay Aultman, Miller fc Co., of Cincinnati, ninlit. Mk. J. A. CaiiI'k.stkk will ramovo with aro preparing toj make a distributing his family to IVrryvillo this wivk, to re- point of their goods at McKinney and main till ha cuts stout enonch to r.nmtt will soon erect a large warehouse there. his railroad work. Hi will umrnm in Messrs. J. I Crow aud J, O. Shields will liuhtworkat IVtryvilln in t!n inenn have full charge, and you can bet your tiint. All of us rt'Kri'l tolofi this exnd-len- t bottom dollar the Interest of the firm family and hopo that they may yet will be well attended to. Dr. 121 Alcorn Is also laying foundation foradwell-iuu- ' llml a homa with us. at McKinney, on the site recently CITY AND VICINITY. destroyed by tire. I i . 1 Mils. Ki.iii'a troupe of Slauford young 33C. 19, '91, ladies and grtutlwutm was well rewi vml and liberally patronized at Crab Orch- Our t'titirt lot of Household and ard .Saturday night. Thf same young Kitchen Furniture. All in good ladle will anoear at Walton's Ooera shapr This will be a rare chance Houe tonight, when it is hoped a large for a bargain. crowd will nret them. The programme J. J. & M. K. Allen, embraces a number of elocutionary ef X:: t llustonviile, Ky. forts, vocal and instrumental performan ce. AoniiMionio cents, reserved mxits 35, children 15 SATl'RIJAY, . Diilim from cities of the oth class mot in Louisville last week to conferand ts ! l.OOO LBS Stanford Female College. CHRISTINAS CANDIES. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. acreonponagener.il charter. Among other things it was decided Hint S500 g should be the minimum ilgure for liquor license. Jan. 13, at Frankfort, was fixed Fvery conceivable kind at from Full corp of Conservatory Art. Kxcvlli'iit boarding as the time and place for tho roasiein-blln10 to 75 cents per pound. of the convention and in the inter, val the charter will bo printed and distributed so that it may be adopted, Oranges, Lemons, Hananas, Malaga Grapes, California Pears, amended or rejected that body. Fall Session Tuesday, September 1st, 1S91. Superior courses in I.iUtraturc, Music find and Normal School department. CimIocum an I ctcuUm furnished in imli.Mtio'i Figs, Raisins, in &c, bc;t CHRISTMAS -- Candy lOopi'r pound, Florida lilie Oran-Kf- fl pur doen at W. II Hrndy'a. 4 New Sweet and s'otir Pickles, Mime Meat, Hominy, Ileaiia, Vc, at A. A. Warren's. says that Miss Kate, A KisrATi-daughter of Hlder Jesse Walden, was run over by a horse and quite painfully injured at Ijincaster. Thk Court of Appeals hasovcruledtho putition for a rehearing in tho case of . I'rivltt'a administliii C. .S. U, Htration, appealed fioin this county. - . Tin: Advocatu naya that Centre College has received gifts of S.'i.OOO from a alumnus, who has been a Shot to Kill. Sam Dollius wflslodg years, and ed in jail hero Friday by Marshal Davo of the gospel for minister ?2o,000 horn Thomas H.Swope, of Kin Payne and W. T. Lee, charged with B.is City, uleo an aluinnup. shooting another negro, Peto Whitley. approach of the The shooting occurred Thursday night In view of tho near and according to tho statement made of tho Legislature, a Keeloy Whitley to .Mr. J. K Holdam, of Gold Club has been organ- by utuler tho belii'f tlint.ho will die, wnsi ised in Frankfort. The member from unprovoked tvful cowardly one. Lincoln will ha vo no occasion to join it, a most Unit lie, Albert KihIi and Dollins however, as ho touches not, tastes not. Ho sayn woru going along Klin titreet to tho do handles not. i t pot, when tho two got out their piatole. Thk Mt. Vernon Signal, which is pub- Ho asked tlittto to put tliom up, as ho lished in a prohibition town, boginu a was afraid of them, audtliiiii proposed to "Last night some ol tho sing a comic song for their delectation. local thus: young lighters about town loaded up Ho walked on ami on looking back rniw with tho mean whisky thai is so plenti- Dollins pointing bis pfctol at him. Just ful around hero and started in to run ne he remarked, "Ibelievotli.it negro's Whisky plentiful in a prohi- going to shoot me,' he fired. I tliennaid thitu-'H.Shocking! That's too you had just as well finish the job now; town? bition of . contrailictiou to woik on you have killed me.' Then be shot me much oven on the most credulous. again, this time in the leg." The tin r t shot went two inches to tho left of the A littlk child ol Mr. Allen Traylor left nipple and produced a wound thut was terribly burned a few days ago. It the doctornsay is necwsarily fatal, but w,liIu its idlr was tied in supposed that tho lit the wounded man waa alive yesterday. went out and it is Dollins claims that ho shot in tlo sister drew the chair up to the tiro to but us Whitley bad no weapon but let tho little follow warm his feet und a pocket knife and that was in his pockthat in doing so ho was thrown in tho et shut, his claim seems rather thin. His lire. Ilia face ia terribly burned, one burned to a crisp. trial will not occur till tho result of bis eyo is out ami a band Ho was alive, however, at last accounts. work is known. Lincoln County's population is thus given by Stipt. Porter in a circular just tailed, IS months after tho crnsus was taken: Precinct No. 1, Stanford, including Rowland and Stanford, 1,770; Rowland, fill!; SlHHlt.nl, l,:tS5; precinct No. L Walnut Flat, .7d; precinct No. 3, Crab Orchard, including Crah Orchard, L,i2:; Crab Orchard, I5!!; precinct No. 4, 1,1 is, precinct No. ., Hits- including Hustonville, LtH; Hiifitonvilte, l.'V); precinct No. ti, Tor- noravilte, including McKinney, 1,110; L'lVi; precinct No. 7, High-- 1 land, l,:)t)i; Hiibhie, IJI7; Kingsvillo M. Ml iti'iiY, cotiu.y org.inizer tor the Alliance, was here from Kinirsville yesterday. Ho tells us that ho ;has six lodges in the county with 100 membeis. Mr. Murphy says tho organization has nothing to do with politics and that so fur as he is concerned it will not tuin him from his democratic predelections. One of the sections in tho constitution of the order sajs no religious or political discussion or action will be tolerated in "W. market in great abundance. Pre- AND- serves, Jellies, Sweet Pickles Spiced Pickle, Sour Pickle Peach and Apple Butter all in bulk and of the very best quality. Holiday Goods. iTases, .Yiilet A full assortment of both canned and evaporated California fruits. A We have a nicely selected line of Christmas Presents, such as great many other nice things to Thk following 1 cannot enumerate. M" of this county i ' here yesterday to pe- eat that motto is, "the cream of the 1. r tition Congress to , "'te hill presented .1" at tho last session to rath idrpay; Jno kct." Home and see for yourM the union. Hh-class post-master- s 1 Kdmiston, Crab Orchard, W. K. Davidson, McKinney, J. II. McWillinms, o. K., Mrs. Achilla Woods, HiiBtonville, F. Compton, Milledu-eville-, J. A. mond, Hubble, J. L. Johnson, Kings-tonvillville, J. II. Minks, Moreland, and C. II. Mr. Davidson was linker, Hiuhland chosen chairman and Mr. Johnson K. g, JESSK D. WEAKEN. C Mer m Set-;- , Water Sets, C. e, VANARSDALE, Proprietor Sets, Tea Dinner Sets, Lamps, &c. omprehensive stock ever brought to Stanford. The nicest and mos An endless variety of Hustonviiie Rolier Mills And Dealer In nil well-know- n retary, after which suitable resolutions to advance their oblect were drafted and id signed. We hope these officers may be successful in their endeavor. illy-pa- Toys For The Children. A splendid assortment of ."aO a - The Wkst 12nd. Among Hie advertisers in this issue from Hustouville nio Desires to thank his patrons for James Frye, general merchandise, J. O. the many favors they have exWeatherford & Co., drum, fancy and tended him during the past severunnsimas goous, w. u. ureening, gro- - al vears and repectfully solicits a .. C. C. VanArsdale. miivi .hardware . ,inilP .....ni. iiiiMt.iii'nii.l Km,, 1.1 .1 , m t tr aii.... ealo of ,.nlll fectfl Tl,efl KL.tIoim.ii invito your trade and want it. I'luaso read their "ads." and call on them At Mc Kinney Crow st Co., drugs and ledicines, aud J. I. Crow, hotel and stock farm, are com- FOJRESCrET We aho desre to and DOMESTIC FRUITS. call the attention of the public to our line o ,...' r , continuance during the coming year, lie win oe lotinu at nis null at all times ready to wait on the trade and solicits your orders by mail. Will sell flour at all times as low as he can possibly make it. Which is Unequalled. " mended to your liberal consideration, while J. T. Hooker, at Turnerflville, wiih a stock of general merchandise, will mnko it to your interest to trade with him. Rev. W. W. Bruce, assisted by Uncle Joe Hopper, on Sunday night closed FARRIS & HARDIN. STANFORD, KY UtUdMM J. T. HOCKER, Dealer in G-en- DOCTOR TAYLORS l 't'r self-defens- his meeting at McKinney; 21 persons TURNERSVILLE, KY. having uuited with tho Presbyterian church and others will join the sister churches in the town. In every respect A good assortment of Dry it was a good meeting and all true christians of every church enjoyed it very Goods, Groceries, etc., always on much. hand. Take him your country J. T. Coons, of Spencer, bought 100 S2-2- t barrels of corn of J. T. McCormick, at produce. Mt. Sterliug Sentinel. $tf delivered. Merchandise, URE cents IPRErAREDlY RICIURDSOK-TAYLO- FOR CHtUSflt FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, price! HEADACHE AND ALL r--A MALARIAL DISORDERS. DU R URE Ma MED.CO. ST.LQUtS i !J tf1 A 3 Jt" Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa. I BEHIND THE u. j IL lr Tho new opera bouse in Uu I in will jest 5.0JO,000 marks. AT It is said that not more than Inlf of Y1VUC SjVi JJKT1 YJ'IAH.IX .VX-r New York city's theaters have made charited." o paid $iJ.60 w'll ni money so far this TOO LATE. Alphonse Ditmlet's serious illness is K. u. LOCAL TIME CARD. said to huv been caused bv i.iiie,uio Wluit buffered while gathering millennia for a If II Wife llmln't IIimmi Train i.av ItowUml at 7 oo .1. in., returningll. .Might IIimu Iimic. play. at 5:10 p.m. lie is t little mini, iiml when his wife Francis Wilson wiys he always picks L.&H. LOCAL TIME CARD. woko him and excitedly whispered to outasyniithJtio fucf in his audience Mail tram going North it 19 pm liim that tliTo was a man in the kitchen and keejw it in view during the entin South 340111 ' he told her to let him btay there. performance. a kk tram " South 113am ' Nirth ttsara; "lint he'll get into the dining room It is now enid that Denteou, lending nnd stal all the silver," she said in an Loral Freight Nrth t man of the Kondnls' company, who comS.mth 5 wpm undertone. "Are you a coward?" The latter Mii s also .arry passengers mitted suicide in New York recently, Well, now, rhnps he was n coward The aSove is tuU uUted on standard time, hour of an unhappy t when it came to tackling a burglar in killed himself "im itet finer time is the dnrk, but no man is going to admit love Htuur. THE SHELTON HOUSE, Mine. Bernhardt recently discharged that to his wife, so he jumtH'd out of lr bed and said with tlw best show of cour-- I her leading man, ll. Duquesne, Iwumice he refuted to attend reheiirsils. She age possible: in "I'll go in the hall and see if I can couldn't get along without him, - and relented. hear him." early Ho went out into the hall, and ho Snlvim's villa at Bologna has a dining can be cured heard hint. Ho didn't expect to and ho hall forty feet square, and the trophies didn't want to, but he did. There was of his American tours in the slmpe of prompt by come one in the house lioyoml all ques- statue, picture, medals, plntw and jewLouisville 4 NasHvaic n. n. of tion, and he wasn't particularly anxious elry are valued at !?10,000. l a Cardid.ito lor Sheriff of Lincoln county, to meet him. Ho didn't think he had t n ih. action of the Democratic party. Stuart Rob-oI. tSt line f r ou, as its This n.tlco forewarns hunter., fishermen and much of a show with a good, burly bur- Croly, Marion Lea May Waldron, Vida and lMgar Mnwtvni outers not 10 trespass nn our lanus without perglar, and he was in a quandary until he are among the mission, as all suJi will be prosecuted to the full' actors and netres?es r N. IttENEFElB, est evtcnl of the law. Signed It remembered the speaking tube. ceutly married. Lotta and Ada Lewis. C. M.Sl'OONAMOORE M.kr rlote tomiri tmnn al There was a mouthpiece in the hall j Ji(irrj.,. 111's "tough tdrl c uli.Uie for Is as HRUCK J JS the inflamed ." art. both en in ath 4CUom of the democracy.Sheriff, Subject THOMAS C. I1AI.L. Nev. Election Him a wiusiio in me Kuciieu. gaged. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI SIELLE HAII.KY aids expectoration, He went back into tho bedroom nnd A. At FKLANI). For all points. , Uosina Yoke- travels in her private 11. W CAINKS. nsked sharply: and THROUOH TICKLTs Stll.I). Desirable larm ai isi IAMKS tllVKN'S. car, Pickwick, this sxion, with electric lillU' M U lY'l' . acres on Crab Orchard I1 U l I "Where are U13 trousers?" .1 l Jl lUOOAOK CHbCKKI) I IIKOUOII. I S PHILLIPS. recovery. "Perhaps yon had hotter not go down, lights and a piano in iu She and her pike, li miles ttou. Stanford. W. it MILLKR. For any informaiiofl enquire of George," said his wife, as she handed company, in the "jump" from Portland, r I (.III ItlKH AfM, Or., to Boston, 8.500 miles, claim to LIME AND BRICK. . Or Sljnf rii Ky. him tho trousers. W. W PI NX It.v Pj Ag'nl I "Don't be a coward, Mary," he re- make the longest continuous railway Lowell, Mass. K Jum n I I will deliver I Ime at turned, as he hastily pulled them on. journey ever made by a theatrical troop. t cuts a Haih)! la l.n caster, Stunfi.rd and the nculilsrhiHl "I'll teach him." I will nloo bud on ears at L rat (rhrd, IIikV FASHIONS IN "Perhaps there's more than one," sho A. S. In the lorporale limns o UuwUnd. at 75 cents a hundred (tv sue a change. 6U?geted anxiously. The sunflower SURGlOy DENTIST. FRKI) Kltl'Kv'.KK tifVm aro) 6 II I DARST. Rowland tl. Or, hat.l "There are two or three, sure," he said ! out as a catch-al- l with tho center la finely Reproduced in m OtKce on Main meet, over W, B, McRoberts' in a businesshko way, as he reached for pottery. Drug Store, Stanford. his coat to throw over bis shoulders, HOUSE, Florida were is perfectly white, with Hiec-iiissalve, "but I'm good forvtueni all, JIary. I alligator skin markings and roies and P. U. RILEY, Proprlotor, guess you never saw me when 1 got D. D. S. roused before." hyitciuths applied 111 relief. R. C. MORGAN, MIlEi - - - Kontucky. Cure t ut. bruises, old ure skin di..st.s. Boyal BarWtine 1ms a surface which London, :r "Hut, George," she cried, throwing toins, buOHins, pile, fistula. iralihe halici ,r. . iw TMirt 1 "u DENTIST. VI &k 11. nurns. i'w nl btuurs Whiccv.r It has liA. iiiir. her arms around him as he tried to go looks as if it had been sprinkled with have moved to my nw Hotel ad am brttoi to u.ec! itpMti ' has given s.ihIii ihui and Office on Mainstreit, opposite Portman Home, out of the room, "I think thev have ground cork, and is decorated with highptaparid than ever ta acciHnHWMati the public it pfostnMty lor ichmvibk sor.ne.. u rtmarka - upstair. Nitrous Oxide Uas given for painless called for Good Livcrvatiachisl and vry mnvmicMi llIRl,ra'-'WU. bk. NuinrouillltoiMl.i will b irsulidahd ly coloied flowers iu lulief. help from friends outside. 1 extracting. tuvr mc a call. spaco at a Uler rt.le Made Hi STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Hir heard three screeching whistles in the 77 "r-fANK RII.FA. nil ni.iJ b) iu this ' The use of vaeea for lamp Inxlies still 1 yf J. II Itl'l UN's, ttinirl ). kitchen just after you went out into tho prevails. The must costly sicimens of lit I hall the hrst time." iwtvebtin, glass and silver "are eoiioidttied i lie "Quite likely," ho said, as ho tore none too good for this purpoe. t jie a PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, himself away and hurried out, "but I'll i.ihim nxiiy SV. Irgo and deep red Hud srreen liowls saiw .A ill, twopla. fi hig.li Print. lhH4n. STANFORD. KY. fool them all; I'm not afraid of them." O'I'IjiiiI. IJ.II...I. HulilO, of Boheiiiiun giMMi mounted 011 low PURCUASINQ AUS:T, !i llldu'l id !,. .t. He returned a few minutes later, and Office ill Odd FclliiwsMJuTlding, up stairs standards hnve rich gold borders. Tlne Stw littlasud, C.i.., 10 p. m, 7 to 8 p.m. ,ts jie pulled off his trousers again said Oft co hours 7 tn 8 a m. have tlteir own trays and cnjiH mounted Chicago, : : : : Illinois. reproacufiim : to correspond. t 1(4 iim.tr, 1 t'lvmuuih Washuigl.. ;j,4 Wtnlwurth Av I'fniadttpliia. "Mary, they got warning and got ttaao loll nr t.t ,( rmsfntt, Ky PhiPiiix wurei Buglish ami linsniKj-ularitDR. r. B. away with some cold nieit. If you Kukmotid, t .iiniM.uosi J prt RtsstM by OC lkl.lMA Khuiirsi an, t there rhich it will donbtlepx (,'uii ken line in r. rr WmtA NnW, Nw Yuk Ka at ' hadn't made such a fuss when I tried to ' OpsKviumtHM lor tsaiyoio ia all nn. make a quiet sneak on them I'd have gain here. It nwembles in effect royal Ijwdn nauipa Md tj j Worcester, but is notso tine nnd" of Office Sawth side Main vtreet, In office recently raptured the whole gang s,nre." Chi-- ; 'vacated by Dr. 1.. K. HuflTiuan, Stanford. Ky. Molid Irairi, Kut(l cars, sMi.kink. an and e. course i cngo Tribune. Mtko. Pullmau B,. ulnti Mvurri thi,,urfc wuk. ... NOTICRTOTMH Hococo ware bus tecUon of rough out chasiet vi. Chati-- n oca, HumiNKham, Mrnd Ian sMklar diroct iiMiiior.im route sandy aiirfiur variwl with smooth fr Knus A llriglil nutit. M. CRAIG, DR. PUBLIC. vtllc, AskevilW, l.f u Muik 4Std poinis in the eniiinel siirfnces ol dmk blue and Coming into New York on the lino of Homeopathic Physioinn, tho Hew York Central railroad, one of crimson. In the rough nurfaces are At Ch.ltumta for AU.nU, (. obanbu., Wilmmr - - - KENTUCKY. UuWj large, round bowlder for which dragons, gnrgoyles and ttlior mythical STANFORD, "I liavr upad in tiiaii.tli.jii with sV Hotel, til oss, C.rl.i.i, AisruU, designs incited iu brown. Mao. Savannah, to p m 8 to Ii.'lem is famous meet the eye of the Ikirn.wick, Lake City, hwasasvilt aatd r l.Ultl 10 to u a m.; Hours .Office A very unique and tasteful fad, viz., hurrying traveler, ami he is informed, 9 -,- h Office on Lancaster street, opposite court houve. with all due solemnity, that the goats ' the engagement cup and saucer, pre ails IXO XJS3S, i MTiMobVlii" ""'.": ,0'tJ siovmnc Cars to U.w . now throughout the country. It conMcGin-niare happy because they ohew MMtillc without . sK t 3 L lor SS) clauol insmco I "E' HRVltz: chewing tobacco. The great point sists in the piewitUtion of a daintv afti r f.raor uisgaie m-A,- . Velm. and Mieltwritiy, HimtivilU, Ichli, w l.flsr". i v.'; coffee iu this , rests tho fact I lotvaic M.mphu and ARKANSAS iicnis NATIONAL BANK that at advertisement the dayonand nisrht dinnerchum to or afternoon tea of tho-' sad iiiKtes iu Aaniaion Selma, Mo finest young ladies wliosv mall hours of to I h public. Ilrasut bsU 1ntrt riilu.a. made at Mitt' OK the o'ter it thero are always two or three goats gagements are aiiuoitucd. Jewtih rs' OF STANFORD, KY. I.KAN'S witlii.ul oaiaibii. tra.li. fur l..l...un mt 4tiu irch u4KhXu huTMI. Hiak OS) Mouiloi., Auitlb. I. perched on this bowlder, and tho combi- Circular. JI IMalt Wtlh TCXAS, MEXICO nation is irresistibly funnv. A gentle- CALIFORNIA. In Bost OUr tho Country. Te oni through hw AND km,, and i, Wii.urj, RAILROAD JOTTINGS. Is Capital Stock- -. man circulates the story that he and a at. call. Mm M, ,v,,.i I a ni4kii.li .lurit totin.tiioM V W OKKEN, rroprictor mid CreMnt company has The H rnit oaiinliui luiisii-to, fl.U.n I'TtWurirj 0,5OO friend of his, the late Mr. Blank, of decidedQueen illnmiiiaJe Surplus Al lit KNS. Miuxn 2 rty. . s. . 1 Austia S.u Aii,-na prominent church iu New York, were to arj .,mi,Uiii he tairs ou its thp fact to pnsMiigby a Held, when the clergyman's Flonda tniitis with compreNMMl gas. Attention of the public Is invite.! in Mantoru TEXAS, AniZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. . . . .l!.. i .t,A ..nil' ttmnal Hank The Sugar Run road, twelve miles the National llanl. Art hat blew off and was immediately seized Kr lhrun(h ratw imri't i,nt nips and lull Under the provisions ofnot only the capital IHtorm.liun tall nn Atrent al J,iulir-- lnv.Kt. are ' ured "'P-lability lr an by a go.tt, who commenced to devour it. from Sugar Unu Junction, McICeun 1. r. .. ..- or address tltANK V UlOI LI.V. of His friend said, "That is an extremely so hi comity, P., to Sugar Run station has liav Fas Airt Lesiimton. K v amount equal to the su.ck, by athat depoj.tors fund Mil Kb, intelligent gout, and is simply obeying Iteen chartered. are secured 0 ii MIWAKIIS I ram. Matitr . si ANroKh Flveiworntatenienisoiinei.uui"i"i" govern-n- the orders of the' owner of this field," MT A United States the t'lm itrn The Pemitn Ivania is defining are made iu.Uet toare examined at sUted tunes and he pointed to a large sign on tho limit socloi.elyth.it it is now the pass and CUH'T 'ISV. said that by governnient agent, thus fence, which rend, "Chew Blnnk's employees cannot get free transjiorta-tiodepontors. . it.1 Wli .a and perfect safity tooriginally jst.bli.hed as the plug." Art iu Advertising.' in n,l if 'inn tth , t. Kv Ihnl luibsi .Ttnrf dl4.c ou any other line. in 1858. 11 hit II Irl, ren, vai'd and r.lnr ni.hrj n ruivy lwfit.il . !,, ,ii Deposit Hank of Stanford ol Stanford in renirgan i rrinK "i the Mintrj iMsand in uiv chnt and intetil ! r.finli,, I n j a. to lh National Hank al ana h nijr i.f the I'r Ki j The Wabah, it is stilted, hm secured II h l'ut on Ni Airs. the Kir.t National Hank of i,oi i,il) in. imam " hih reputaiKiti, iut m add ai "HI.l'K lUtASS UOIT,1'10." ltr,nr cm i,i i r ,Vdml ami Ssurital In its entire right of way for the construc still ic, s St!nlord in l,n llil nl liirn.t. Sipei lal ai has had practically an luill wltr, Kv Jlr. Airish There goes Piofessor bolter supplied fol tiasia.eri ul trairlera and hua looms fur Tho Shortest nnil Quickest Route from existence of year. It Ubusiness prompt Sharpeye, the astronomer. tion of its Detroit and Chicago line, pay-- j Ho discovnow with facilities for traiiactiliB in u, long and Central Kon'uclcv to all potntH North ing cash in every case where damages He will visit, Stanford ftt the My- the di.pUiy t4 sauiplrs ered a new comet only last week. yand liberally than ever before Bast, U'oHt and bouth-WoHcorporitions. fid Accounts of were claimed. First-Clas- s A Saloon .Mrs. Airish That no account little ers House, FricUy, Jan 5. fir." a!.J individuals respectfully tol.c-tebetween Lexington and Clncln The Louisville and Nashville railroad j uatl. man? And IUI.I.IA1U) Md I'OOI. UOOMS aiiached. Returning rverj month duriuic the )ar to r I IIKOUOHTkMN-iCIVCIVS'Ar- i Hank is composed ol l lias completed it tracks at Milldnlo mid mIH one dai TO MII) JOShFII LOFrKV "The same." The Director) of this IlLKsHOKOUt.llaad JKLI.ICO. Or Ilea lth the Urge! "Ho doesn't look stuck up about it at connected them with the Kentucky Cen- - hospital hit- - hern cmnect4 ao superior T.J. Foster, of Stnuford; county; . ih ihe tountr), and has Forestus Reid, Lincoln trill at that place. Men have been at iliacii'iirxinami irvatiaR Useme alul i0Hmlti. SCHKUDI.K. IN HFPKCr NOV S. nil." LaaaasM A ( John II. Cmticsnaa J W. llayden, Stanford; He wll Kit, $m f r itav rar ih.t h can not tell I lwliove the comet hadn't vork on them for some time. "Well or No I. .Va, j No" Lincoln; Im fim H.ioul S. 11 Haughiflan, the disease and ud. anv tail." Good News. James .Mahoney has been appointed He will rtlnrn tn whrrr loealod ktnntit this year Sl.iuUnu cveiy M. J Miller, Mt. Vernon; laUy Ki. San. K Sun general Height and passenger agent of tnretnain mw day b 'I Harris Lincoln; g ,ti-a ml 8 n p in ' M V m Lvc ClnciBflati .Shall Alllil A('iil)siiiliiiic-tUr INirgof? the Mason City and Fort Dodge road. Trfit all i ir S Hocker Stanford; 8 IS a ta 8 o Medi .1 in ' hurit-- il Inees J, oj p m Lve CoviBglon. p m Lincoln; almouth, Stiggins Who is that gentleman with Mr. Mahmiy was formerly assistant gen$ a m u 6 p m j J J Lvc r O A. Lackey, P in A'Ut4iid t hr. in. Catarrh, Dl.tnei "I the a m lo i p in II l iu p u l V Hill, Stanford; were talking awhile ago? Kyt. Mr. No.e I hriai ami Limn. I'vspepn.i, whom eral freight agent of the lou.i Central. a io p m l iu ii m 7 ' p in W O. Welch, Stanford. Pentiybunker He is an original huLuer, IlnulM's iiiear, Dialiile, Kuluej 0 is i m General Superintendent C. II. Ilock- li ij a nil W. l Tate, Stanford. I emalc and Sesual Oiseaies Hla,lddcr,Llirii,t 6 5u m morist. An Winchester. ii lo p in well, of the Columbus, Hocking Valley Kpilep.) r 1 ,M p a i JS P m OFFICERS. Arr Hichruoad In t.irr I ponli.e Uuarnntec. "But why did you lift your hat con- und Toledo, has resigned and accepted Lancaster. a 41 P mi Arr Honker, President; S. tinually while yon were talking to him?"' a similar Arr Stanford.. witli Die Chicago and YOUNG & MIDDLE AGED MEN Jnhu J M.Rnberts.Lashier; Lve Richmond .. "He was telling me some original Eastern Illinois and Chicago and Indiana JJ i' "' Assistant Cashier A. A. McKinncy, Arr l.lvingten , "5 ' m jokes, and whenever I lecognize an old coal roads. Sulierms: fr., Spennatnrrlim ami itnpttefcy as Arr Middleslwro u ' '"l- the rou t nfseif abuse Ih jouih or tscrss ih ma itcipiaintauco I always lift my hat." No. . No. j. i xo.n Hirer years It is the purpose of the Canadian Pa-- I the follaini and other i'i;i, producing uimv nl Texas Sifting. rlfii is a I'miuluii, tilotcheo, MANAOKKS, cilio company to apply brake shoes to . iiKifuUten of ideas Swn Co. iHTinisii'w, dirmti.-..""'ty K. Su. t and u. all tho wheels of six wheel trucks. avemlnu iu(H,i-- vtlu,. : Maidiesboro 6 58 a m Louisville. Coiirliinivei Kvhleiirti. llal h ulihl the victim fur limitless Coramorcc Building, Ur". OF STANFORD, KV., l.ve Livingston.. it IS a in Pieparations am al.--o under way to or m irriai:', ari prni.ii.tiillv tn nil b) Arr Richmond.. i ai am T c Aeuls throu(;huut tne South emupnll passenger trains with the West- - not iiijiirmiis organued and ready for business with Is now fully Lvc Stanford o a in 7 inghoii'-- (piick acting brake. Lve Lancaster a m 7 y -M-Wh- Published Evory Tuosday and Fr day tn sem-oi- s I Aft-iiM- , - j I 1 ' Exp-es- 6jo j j j CONSUMPTION its I how-eve- r, stages the use ImnrrrniMriHrwn The best salve in the world lor cms, brunts Kluc-Gras- s tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin trup and one-ha- lf One hundred and seventy-eigh- t lions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir- S Mmmg1&JilAtik&rSliLnt state ol ed. It is guaranteed to giro perfect satisfactioc, acres of good land, In a high two good cultivation. cabins and Price 15 cents per bos. A large, splendid new barn, (Xliqi)ISVIltt NtW.AlBAIllCKItAt9 Rtjto- or money refunded Will sell cheap, ther outhouses. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. o This land lies jH miles from Hustonville, Ky. 1(). S. P STAOO, Electric Bittern. Stanford, Ky. Tin remedy is becoming so well known and so All who nnntdar .is to need no special mention have used Klcctric Hitter slnn the aame soni; of A puier medicine does not exist and it is ptnisc " Klcctric ifuarantrcd to do nil that i claimed Hnvltig purchased the Interest Of my former Hitters will cure alt diseases of the Liver and .. Ami . will remove Plmnlcs. lloils. Salt llhcuinand partner. Mr. W. R McPhervon, I ak a liberal of the people of Rowland shatenf the other affections caused by Impure blood Will and vicinity, patronago I will continue the cash business drive Malaria from the svUm and prevent as which the lirm of Hilton .V Mcpherson started out For ncurc of well as cure all Malarial Fevers to do, ni d think I ian easily prove why it will bo l'lilliiuil Vestib'ileil SI r pets am) Pull Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Klccmyself. For man llnllet ( luir C'jm HurTet tnuos beneficial mi all Kntlrc fcntisfaction piuranteed or instance to both my customers and Ihtougb to Hitter tric at these prices, Totxiundi granula- Chicago with Hlihitifr. moncv refunded I'rlicsoi. and Jl per bottle ted sugar for It, Arbiuklo'i coffee cents per Oo via ih' Ali mm si.d grt the Hvt for the le i A. H I'cnny'admi: store Pound and all other goods ill proportion. Also money I uifurmatiDti address nave on hand at all times lumber and shingles for s-I HKKl!R,(l p A.. Chicago sale AWondor Worker. J. II HII.ION. ' I! I) p , . loH.vi,'., S7-- t r Rowland, Ky. Mr l'rank Huffman, a young innii of Hurling t n,0., states that he had been under the care ,f 1111 tr AKh iiwi.id. twoprominent pnysicians ana used their treat mmt until he was nut able to set around. They pronounced his case to be Consumption and Incu-ok King's New lie. Me was persuaded to try I scoveryfor Consumption, Coughs and Colds D. A. TWADDLE, Proprtotor, 11IK d at that time was not able to walk across the without rcstiag He found before he had ncthalf of a dollar bottle that he was much belnull li r, lie continued to use it and is enjoying If you have any throat, lung or 1.00 health hesi trouble try it '1 rial bottle free at A. R s accommodations at reaionable rates. I " v's drug store Open day and night. Sample room and good livery in connection. Bucklln's Arnica Srtlvo. Farm for Sale 11 l.iNHQflffK'S niv(iiip;ffln; 56-j- m FOB, CASH OITL"?. rUTPAlr'Do Kid-r,-- v I'rll. 1 3STORTB: WEST, to-d- ay Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. iu R. It. GENTRY Ayers Cherry Pectoral soothes sub-j- POSTED. ei n, tissues, J. Double Daily Trains I V. hastens - I 4 Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. PRICE, -- Por Sale BRIC-A-BRA- Twenty liuildlnj; Lois m t, WitQZ C sVtr?s5: m !'. ij'.isW''w I u THE RILEY 1 msrnm wnudi-rfu- l (10 I 1 6-- mmiF,m j, tfwwiwj&mv 1 1 r . Ir. II. C.iNuiuiellcy, 1 ss ?i:uyoioiiM(i ndi-r- f ii. ! MS. FRMK MTliBES. PUs-i- Ci(MJ(IVATff, I 1 ' New Vork, PENNY, Iloslon, I y Ucntist. lei-.- s exp-nsiv- JOHN jtol-ishe- tl il t'ii i.j. CorM-O- I"l"l 2TOW OHJL!li!AV2J, TRAVELING iWSf SHS 1 ? , 1 I 39-'- s' FIRST "N(t dll'; --;-- yik jrn. v. - i- -- .s.s.. duti "'" th" I 1 J t .3200,000 b- - I , j , 1'j-- ii t i 1 DR D. D.REA I I . , PORTMAN HOUSE, I'ro'i'. imiauda-lion- . I '- ei socunu.'-ddititon- al SurgeonSs Specialist JSIiZ2I ( c ' IU-e- . u Iihm-1- Kentucky Central 8. R. Fats-Lin- ti NHr-pc- I tJ. unutter-?ui"- ed I , i -- t. d. j'-l- I i i1 i ROYAL Ol LIVERPOOL. South-Ho- t ilT V .1 u Insurance Company, . ' EEr-- po-iti- '- ' - ! 05-i- yr BAHBEtt&OASTLEnlAN J - j Farmers BanM Trust Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - - deiti-lit- Norlh-llouii- d, drfi-iliv- e Jt. ? V;-- evhaii-tior- i, rem-die- s i jjj i e - $200,000. 15,000. Blood and Skin Diseases. . . WHISPERS ABOUT WOMEN. SUCCESSOR t.. 'I HE LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, (Now closing up) w"h the same aselsutid under the same management. By provisions of it chaiter, depositors arc a fully protwted as aie depositors m National held individually Hanks; its sharcholdersbeing slock liable to the extent ef the amount of their to the therein at the par value thereof, s.in addition act as It may amount inverted in tuch shan executor udimr.ilrator, trustee, Ac, a rully as an individual their buisiness to us To thoie who while imaging the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will c.intmue to transact their business with us, olfprin as u guarantee for prompt atten-in tion to same, our twenty yeans' experience banking and as liberal atcoiiiniodatians a are consistent with sound hanking. DlKKl daughter, drives tnudeiu. Marion Haiiand is the wife of Rev. Edward P. Terhuue, pastor of the Re! Miss Morosini, the New York banker's .iff N thinks m fresh." "What? fresh?" "Waiter, take away this sole; it isn't l .Monsieur it Isn't ' lout. Mt Vernon, J.J. Williams,Stanford; J. M. Hall, J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; ; Stanford , S.J. Kmbry, J. K. L nn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Milledeville; J. K. Haushraan, Hustonville; J. F. Cash, Stanford; ' William Gooeh, Stanford, Ky. "If you don't believe it, come and smell it." "Oh, I'll take monsieur's word for it. You are the sixth customer that has refused to take it!" Charivari. ' j I S.1L Shanks, President .X J. H. Owsley, Cmbier llook-Kcep- w M Urit-h- t. Teller. J. 11. Hiutiinan, General J Horrible. Reginald Why, Chappie, what's tho matter? Am you ill? Chappie I just had an awful nightmare, old fol. I ilwe.iinpt I was a wait-hI- i, bah jove, and had to wear a dwe&o suit in the daytime. Life. formed church, Umoklyn. Hit maiden name was Mary Virginia Hawe.s, and she is a native of Richmond. Tho wife of Senator Davis, of .Minnesota, of who-- e humble origin and remarkable Identity so much lias been written, has rreati'd great interest in St. Paul by introducing the custom of driv- ing with white reins. Lady Somerset, tho eldest daughter of the Karl and Counters Soiuer. and daughter-in-laof the Dtiko of Beaufort, is said to be one of the finest speakl, temperance ers in Kngland on ami philanthropic subjects. She is very wealthy. Mrs. Alice K. Davis, a resident missionary living a few miles out of Jerusalem, i an accomplished artist, ami earns a portion of the means by which she prosecute. her work by making sketches of sacred places, which she sends to America, where they findrwidy gv-pe- Svphiln and i uiiipli ilmin, as sore throl, fall ill!: Of tin hair, pain Im the Hoiim eruptinim, clc , an- - perfci ly raon ated without iiolii,; merciir) or other ii r uii dru (oii'irrli ii. f.lrrt, stricture and all I'rui-r- y and kulrev I rnuhUH .ire iedily cured hy treat ment Ih it newr filled lie iiniieriakes i.o uitur.il,t taei, but cures thiiusamlt Kicll up tr. ilif Keinnil.ir date and i me early, hl riKiiilh .ire aliravs tri ded uhrrcviT lie stops "W. A. TBIBBLE, Local MANKOHU. KV Ag-ont- , i ii CONSULTATION FREE. Cr,r .!""'' ncr solu ilcd and r uindential Adilre MICIMJAI. AVI Sl'lti.lCAL IVSIITUI'I, St .1.0111 i, 41b svllle, Ky Maysvileat loio, am, and ,,' , arrivn,K al' j ao a , l"ves Mai.v.lleKat , ar' " a .o, p ,nd at These trains are dailv eirrni Siimlav o I dallv tuall noiniK .. i .t irA...i r,r vrhi.li l.dailyevceptSun.Ly tce,pta.Sioriayi,ylrm ,""xlnBi"n ,0 Cincinnati. leaves Mayvsillc at a m 37 p m oo a m v JI 11 10 On the.Maysville Hranch. No I... leaves 1'ansai 7 S. am and .No. it, at 6 ij, p , arrivlne a, Arr Richmond. to i j a in Lve Kichnwnd. i H P m, 6 as Arr Wincheitcr ' i P in' 6 JS Arr I'aris P I" 7 45 Lve Lciuion a im (i m 7 oo Lve I'ans 31 P 7 SJ Lve Falmouth p in! a j. 4 oi Arr Covington .. S 35 m'lu S4 "I z a m a tn .T. ! am a m am m. 41 p in S P m 5 30 p m 3 4 ArrCincinnatl . J 45 l in 111 ''"""; ,. CASH Iliylitst t.isli market price for I paid Beef Hides, Fur, TalSow, &c, at iM. M F. ELKLN & CO., Sl'ANKOllD, sle. i)r Loavis Kalinoiith fiooH in. Arrive 55 a ni dail exicpt Similar so. and intake ctniueclioiis .it Wuiclicster for points on the N.N A M V K'y, K. I). ..Ni". ' ,tarri' ihrowjjh cars from Cincinnatito Middlcshoroiich and Cunihrrliiid Cap and all Inmy Harler Snop to the Coin termediate stations and runs daily Having removed S. V. KNO IT, C. V. ATMOE, mercial Hotel, I am prbpared to accommodate l'raliic Manager. uvnllenicli in anything they may Gen Pass. Aei on. ijall Oepcraloirice, Louisville, Kv wish in my line. Childieti also vialteu IESSK THOMPSON. S. F. II, MORSE, Gcn'l Pa.s'g'r Agt., "U inc. flicc Chamber ol Commerce Huildiiig.Cmcinnat InCoiiiinercial Hotel. . Co-eiiiii- ev.cpt Nn No. i runs daily No 4 runs daily from all stations except the Divisicii, Inch is .Lilly eCf, Sunday No r dail cs. ept Sunday N daily ltviwi Cincinnati and Lesinstoii s epl Sundays No i, I'iriv and Leniutim Accommodation daily Leavta Lexington iu oo a. in Arrives I'aris a ni iu No 7 Falmouth A. cnmsneddtion ; leaves Cincinnati Cup ni ArriVM. ralmuntli 7 oj p m daily lWland .Sunday. 7 1 - W t Jl?SA t at,- a -- 'XJ- .s.;. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJoma l.r 1 J. t, Stanford, Ky , Dm.MiiMi ls'i IVE. ascK 1 J- 'UP J .it-- - fjfc ,1 !!-- . -. Mf . b.o.wawon.buh, MonnKer HORSE A SHOEING Toll How u I I V !iivoiiniiiil many women Buffer from ExeetMve or Scant Men&trustlon; they don't know who to confide In to fct proper advice Don't confide In anybody but try Every Month BradfielcTG Female Regui&for Specific for PAINFUL. PROFUSE. SCANTY, SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR O t) lit InjoHfn to Without utir nira! lttilf;htrt of tlto anvil, it is t rt iH'le. h lanifiiUililit trtttlt that tluv vttnr.i"t of tin linttrttm nl ilntw-ii.kitirt rtr nil thn woill hvit. mi to it tiutulwr of tntilltiiintl tm liciii'Hia. mi Irnitliituil. mi to th ItitrTHittJi of Uie- hone ntnl 11M owner, Hint out mlnlit In- - vH M-vs; wi-M'- 1 Nut to Do WinliiiiK It. prnn-u't-- - wotitliTliiK vt't-n ftrwniTn'i,,i'"MM' GOOD FAR 31 4 Uook to "WOMAN" ma.led tree, g CRADFICLD REQULATOR CO.. Atlanta, Ca hold b all UrunUt. MENSTRUATION. Mtiutomy, iiliynlirlojfjof the NtrU it nut U t tin mnrvuloitely jmrliH-tin' (Vector, lytioritiit - fbf)tli'T titHir ninr iuati.ti of tu t tnl'-H'p- ii pro-- ! Hlik hmnliwork nf tint rain-tion- a nnl iHimotnic thry tmitilwlH, tliey cut and ciirre iw wiiiin, SALE. IIRUJIIT 111:1a lionortnlcintinu it iititj h nlowlv, mtrvly follow, ntnl r11 ilictnt. jiivjml'ce or DtttiinUtr, t witi to ll irv iirljr my I'arm of 141 Arm mile iKirth nf Mjnfotd, Kv , H th lluat.tl Dalmlle pile Will liar plcuaurc in rniit; I any nne mi.Mii; tu iiunhaw Apply xn loo (tfun tlti MMir ilituih cruHttirtt'd iiiircrliiK foot the- - hill. Lot na kIkhch in iMvaiiig nt fmiiiti or tlteo tnlitionul dim J prnctirtw. FA Kill POSTED. n warn erpry prnn from hnntin mjr firm or the Imrn nerirll to m now nt the li Curt frm now IwJ.m,ih' through mII lrmt wilhooi rvry peron ptnnitkHiii will he I). M CKI It.lHON irim hwi-Ji- rMiiii; through 11 I'oriMiiott ttinoiiK tliftn is tin; iiianiiu hrtliit of triiMiuuifc tht fro mill thiiuiiiiK ottt th rble UH it viftihly yield- - to tiiu jtrtalMirt of the) ojifnitor's tlmiiil). Tint fn(; in nntiir's cushion anil ho if plural tlinnt liy mi ii!lvle hiiinl. taiK rr"ulnl liy itat fJiiHtinty it wkhIi oil the) ll-- W friMIt fltlMiU pitrtiotut coiirttAeiion f tint Ijfr ntrncttirt. ttml by it mtliewn (pnnji-iitMei- ) nlnt. in iimttiUtiiiiiiK tin. nntiinil fxpiitMioii of ite homy mtiliit: tlntt it to my, it iIim kj iti iti itiitiiriil Htnto, hut fatal to il. I wilUell nt pu'ili million, vii the King farm, tlm drawing k'tiifti'n totifii on Ine Danville pike on OlHV fttt IlHil finvwl ami ilepnvil of wry 1891, prtjomitv, thorn liiinl"tt m'ts tytttim itloto Dec. nnl nt ottiv hlirink. ilry itml I lie following ronaliy tn or lixrrlt of torn in lh5 rib iwr of thone) wry Mttribitira whirh oonttitnt) K, 11 rwrntof 1' ilunl Mul,, uine llorc St of loha btiti her itK iirH'fiilncaai Sheep, too ur in.llou.rlmM to, Kithrn elnwlicity rfii'l to tht; foot.it inKobhetl of Its rHtilienKv and Caitlt, Hog, I'nuilry inr.inll of r'urnlttlir Ttrmtinailr kliwn un aa of.alr -l f n Mono both ilipchiitifinic IN nil IHMN J b)t r it it a it otuhioti hii1 tin- jiii lfwl fnilitrr; imlrfil it in worse, hh in its Hlteretl uminii'tr it i now n itteitnci- I of h proration, n Imiik r.tthfr thttn on Main Street in Stanford a Imkiii to th foot that wv.trt il. Lot PTJBLIC S&LE. 29th, i i- Tuesday, fco- - I'rlnrn In llilbot. Prince Henri d'Orleans, the oldest son of the Coiute de Paris, who has been wandering about Thibet in company with M. Iloiivnltir, has done xoiiiethiug to rehabilitate the reputation of a previous eploter of thoe little known region. French iiitunionary, Father Hue. Father Hue. aeeoiiipanird by nnother missionary. Father 1.uVt, started out in tne e.tr HI from IVkiu with tho intention of Kontg to "the fountain bond of the mip'TxtitiiHi which dominate the of iiu'wr Arta." The liavelers were vrraod in the Mongolian to (mms theiiirolves oft as Lamas, mnl iu t.nttc.ijrjicity wntrived to leaoh Liisni, where tltey remained until t th days their nationality end of torty-aihimI t hnd n fHetidly was: illMttrt-ivi- l WHming from the authontiee thnt to ro mniii would render them lbthle to bo mnrileretl by rt bigoted iroptilatiou. An etcconnt tf the jonrttey ww by Puttier line in ltt.11. and tw long thonr;at to he n work chiefly if not altogether ti litions. A HiiMiait who in 1M70 viitel some pnrtu of lie country trovemed by the) miMtioiinriea, declared thxt ho IiniI priMifs thnt the narrfttive was untitle. Prince Henri d'Urleitns says that hu and had no preconceivd bin coiiiMtiiiou iilenti on but tlutt they are now nble to corrolMintte in almost eveiy INtrtit'iihtr Father Hue's account.. "We letl thu Mime life as Father Hue," he says; "we trateipeil the same deserlc, suflering the Mine iatiguesaml t lie same privation, ebed among the biiiiih H)iuhitioiM, here drinking a cup of milk there undent blsck lent'at with a kalotin (a minister) from I,sa. having a Moi:goI lama for an Kverywheie and in all cases wb were surprieeil at the accuracy of the Fiench niisslonary." Prince Henri's route', it may be noted, covered much of tlve sumo ground as that of the tontines although he did not Nppurenih .icreeil 111 Jwnching Lnswi itoelf. Lotnlon Newav, A I ly Ian-guitg- gMraaaflaaaMaaat The IVrfeirt Man. Ills troaters aro immaculate. No bagdldturb tbolr faultless knees I The pattern, too. U up to ilnte. And always Just the one to please. HI coat Is simply "out of flight," No wrinkle, bulge or crooo appears; The eollur tltn exactly right. No "Jumping tall" Its beauty "queers." Hta wcilitcont Is tho proper thing, ' His linen ami his four Tfir gauntlet to perfection lllng, Ilia tiguro v, but thu girls oall ' grand." d I a- - nLuTirr ' HAS LED ALL u nno rrAii &mnm GUARANTEED CO. wstdlh1 v i;imi e x he-- pub-liahe- il Ken-unt- l, Clothier bimI Furnlaucr. Hurt est song:. I.augh oat, laugh out. ye orchard lands. With all tour rlponwl store: Such bounteous mnaaurs miture yields; What oouul heart auk tar insroJ Wltu earth's hronil lap nbrim with food. The aiure akles above, Tlia heaven w hlapor: "Uarthls cood;" ICaith answer: "Haatuu Is love." The w Ind that wnmtor from tho west O'er fields afar or near 11ml plenty nowhere He n Vr wait known to illsalpatc; Ami thin ei'piMtc mortal is The lei low lu tlio fiifiblon plate. ltr haa n ve ik but prfltty "phlzi" mm BOTTLE PFiPARSDBY VORM REMEDIES F0K20 YEARS SOLO EVERYWHERE, ST. LOUIS MQ. R1CHARC50H-TAYLORMED.- T.KttgCTaS..TCTB5SgCiS3 Walton's Opera House, WALTON KSKOS., Proprietors, Prje-wnlnlt- 1 ect, hi-Fa- con-vemin- g In r itorsa than here. The polden rlek, the burstlBg bin, Of rich and ripened Rmln Ueapeuk tho wealth which all may win In Industry's domain. The corn Melds set In grand array Of solid rauk and row Aro streams of wealth which set this way, And soon shall overflow. I.nuph out, laugh out, yc rlpenod fields, With e'er Increasing mirth; The Joj your bounteous measure yields Shall bless the whole round earth. Dart Kuirthorne, lu Harper's Uazar. tVlllliiK to Try. "Will you love, honor and obey This man," the preacher said Unto u sweetly gushing bride lleforn the altar led. She smiled and raised her drooping eyes. The bridegroom's face to scan, Then lowered them again and said: "I'll do the best 1 can." Moses O. Shelley, In Yankee Made. A naaitost STAFFORD, - K7Z. "SC'Ticnts with Large stage, plenty of scenery, seats 500. good attractions solicited. THE CINCINNATI WEEKLY GAZETTE, $1 a YEAR. One Hundred Years a Family Favorite. THE WEELY GAZETTE contains 1111 -- t- 1 11 - A ttoml Kxiiiilile. Tin) town of Ilrookliue has set an We nat lu the piazza's gloom One lovely moonlight night. The moon's rays flooded all around, Itut we were out of sight. Our chairs were close together drarn For we were quite alone; And long we talked together In A low and tender tone. llancrrous TMace. cry week, and on special occasions S-5- : gives the news of the world in the most complete shape; the choicest miscellaneous reading and the best stories and literary matter that brain can produce and that money can buy. columns 5columns. It 'i ' k Y v r which ia worth the following of all otlptr utiuiciNlitie, large and small, In thin Istitule. It Iihs jiiht advtertiMsl T)w ilewtrnctiitn tf thiitnKrtnnt fac- for prop hN for a Inrtfe liiimbur of ned in acre, Coaiaiaiac i thnn jinivitletl for. the plantit nihI ahrubn to be itrt mrl; an tor lutviuk: IkmuiI tree t prolmlilv tnrnt hia nitfii-Ho- next nuring,plniiting by K WA 1. O.V, Staatarrf rrraw T Hnd 111 making the selecnil irmiitiotinof to thfwilf. wlnrh. by it hs tlw ('reft, nat btt jtnitxl ilown until only tion of varietif fur this pnrjKe excepwith three or four film ofnoft, partiMlly formal horn ooiiflnetl IK. h thin the liviuic atrttt liuv-- t tion. ti uittive treesHinl shrulH. Among ik lfft to the trss Hhertiavl for there it not a witliiitMaCttiuot injury ftxiui t!tt HttlwUiu t siiib,le mtnMl'.icetl perie. Hi tli whet h ih REAL AGENT, rontttct. Nor foot ininchlef contcaln 'Hietreea for whit a the lSrookliueoom-misneoner) lrr lh mhertiM sre ms follow: Two TIm hIi it If, or whiit ia of it, oMk- -, Ky. 100 pin imks, 100 now of oft, liioint, liNlf formed hit ml nil r'd 1N) white imlts. white unh. 300 sugnri - jtrttl h rink on vxtmr horn, which ilrieiiiapleti, --ta) red mapleg and oO Americau iii'tr a number u4 r AK MS lor arr of lira nttj to tho Mir, wttil thtnvby tnttniln furrry It and. m Ma.u4H ruMty olms. Thew tree are all nnfive UiAlttst Mini still mora BMioa injury ti thtt I arm arc all The m cll improved aa4 good ther chuaaHta. Tliere are no English elm- -, rich land, runainf in i tittm jo o )no A (.nurf.nncl thai lot all jr. their ntbnea aarf her boot. incompe'NTit woikinnti loew no no exotic mI1iiws. no horse chustuuts, Tito trwaaav.BWhcpof tarnmkM anil rail-il ir "f ihay Mop liuro In llii" work of tat thai nrinc market rl;il to our but no sontherr treet aitHiiig them. Nor is y otbcr,iat in te heawr than tnr l.aaai of thu ttiimtisfuctory tnethotl of planting iMlilnt-Innxlf to thu iwst I n.ra i warcel) a Farm U taw coun law Stat Unce Uees t Ih' ivMirtetl to. The Urook-Hu- e ty H.er s mile from a 4ei o in: of iuiprorinK tijiyn nHttirv by count rherked wdh turnpike running removiiiK the uHnt, mi1 vht he? chIIs cHNiiiiiianiiHicrs advertise for trees inevcr dunlin Thr wtanot a pabtU rand env "ojHMillg" the heeln, K well from aix to .t fet in height, raot Mai Mtaanuad prWeM which, III IvriMK lh count) trai that We have In Knotvilk' llrabch el th I. .V N It plain huixtmge, iiiwwh h ronil iiware that plants of this size will K. alivtatiMjc th couair from KhI to Wrl a ' "e remllv large and line trees tjmte m for tbt'in to cho oxtr. On tints roor C.S. K K frM North t rMth; the R C lrm th platf K ClnuMMti, cteMhc I n limiimil foot u hho, often ninny mscs soon hs thoe which are tranplanted at at U'lnehc.lor, giving fnll (tm to the too tunttll. ta ttrkl, ntnl tlie ra.np ib a largrr stage of growth, and will live hitve thrv. ai . ifh whole wtrld. and l'tattr MilU in the rn.inly that five M a i :ii'rt likely t'nlletl into retiuihitnin to longerkind. Issjome notiler examples of far aN mtt grain rtcht at bna, aa! the trvm their foot to fit thu hIiov, fur entat the aasunMiM reglo4M ol KaiUia . i r itKt th It is interesting to see that a number Krnturky 'h it is apparently of littU iiiotnent otthralrrnrailroad ha I. lailr. a4t aHl ihr on citMlcd awch a 4aan-tilet Smith by of AniericMii thus o coiuNinitively, Iter the elioo lit.- the ftxit, it it .lnt all Lmd.of cerrult and pfiveMaler lhat c can elio-elns-The American tcareidy retain enough lur horn eonaumption iieerewiry that the foot hhonhl, small has people are pnwpernn. Thn and kind, rOinttliow or other. In to fit the xhou, elm is projierlv alre.nly well represented believing in Chrt.tpiniiy and vdncalioM 1hf, like all other arLs, on the lawns and w sides of lirookliue, U net neu'liborhood in the rmiaty hitt baa a mill hor(lioeinx able to take care ami may be niiiI to ZZ CCod charch antl tU must ueeilrt htK'tith on the alutr of Slanforil, the county .eat f I met In a (no glorious thing lint whit It m Nt'l that art mid liatnro of itself, prrnat Utile city ( about f.V'i mhah tanta nd from ihe North tbeigteal mry the NurirmeM aNd Nurth hltotthl mi oft- ti be at variance, ami that that 100 splendid nati,j oaks are to be in ithrat, wlint Nitisnes tlw one shotiM outrage thu planted by skilled hands so near to Bostavi Sonili and (rem ami tundiag at it dun gating right tntu tkc l ton! What a u hle legacy to leave to nf tnafhe undevvanped mountainwh,aV.Suthea.trrn tlumanilM of tho other. IIIih (Ira Krnuicn) ktket ui y the future generations! nobler than any shcxl anil protected The foot is now rn;itt at the Stale with railroad, running Ihmugh statues we aie at all likely to erect, it 10 all mnl nf the rompau. uulcia it naturally f from tiinltiu wear, to Imj sure, but at what nne af the beat hm alnl Inwn In the South for a Nicriiice! Iloblnil of its cushion, its nobler than great otlice buildings that maxnlacturet and other enterprise nf manMude encroach imiii tlie hlcy, nobler than unWater Work are now hmg agi(alel and right natdral expander; its lateial bntce "I a n.i'' abue the tinvn about wilo manis'led ami its natural sightly churches and all that kind of its there could he etocted Water Work, with ery thing. Boston Trantepair nrrented; tliolmirlike IUhts which "mouiinieiital" pply u city of lui.uun in little cawtthat would script. habitant with the purot and hett water in II e nuiiln tip the horny wall crushed, werhl Our llttlo city h. hen nvwly rehnlli in ami their nutritiw function he last few )eaail it bu.inc hoxteaard tea t lint t. on II io .tliml. Idrncc will compare with largtr citietnf greater by mi uunecenenry nuinlH'r of nails; "I was in the terrible wreck a few pretention, liur merrhani and iradrtMicn aie lobbed by the nfp of its cortical l.iyerof weeks ago," said a gentleman ut We haw two all ptotpcraut and doing well lock nt Jioo.ooo that are l.ntnnil varnish, which retains the ntoin- bank with a capital "in which sixteen people were prntperou aid in a good condition Vc hove aple- did We hav 4 I rotate turo fecteteil by the economy, the strong killed and about thirty injured. The College, a large bncl building, with over too pu walls liecome dritsl up and weakened and horrors of the ghastly occurrence will the print ipal.hip of tho foot is n ery ilt in atttndanrc anil unilt-I 'inf. J M llub'ard, wtrry Itlight iudetsl. neter fade from my memory. Yet. amid in a lloiiriihing condition We aln have a Seminary that U a good io 8ome tins picture may wem overKliool, with I'r if It K II ukemttiat Ha heml Wo drawn, but it l.s ticterthulc; a matter of all the scenes of anguish tho distorted facertof t lie dead and the groans of tho have one of the hcrt Public School building in thit rctinn of the Starr, with oer ion puptla in daily ooennence. wounded an incident came under my attendance, iml with Mrier good private tvhoolt, Of com He, even among agricultural notice that made me laugh 111 spite of you ire our vchtwl fai illtmt are eviellent Wr h.tvc elegant hur h tiill'iiiic. rcprrtrntoig horses, thero are iudi iduals which canthe gifwoiiie surroundings. every denomination, with full cerptm mini.tira not work unshod: but thtuaro exception-a- l "1 was working for dear life to extriaf nat clj'. talem jnd arc doing a belter btiiiet caseH. Then twain, in winter, wheu cate from the wreck a young fellow who than an v claw nf men in the city. have tried to nake this Motemrnt a fact, the UMial hiiowfall is wantinrr, most belonged to the orcheotr.i of a traveling without tinv ctaggeration or coloring, at iIhim hordes' feet will reipmo protection; but show. He w.is pinioned by heavy timwho Lnnw will bear n e out, mid thme whowl.ii ta buy pleatant Ii4neatlair prlte ami locale nowadays an owner has himself to blame bers, mid when taken out was writhing among ngiMxl people wiiliallth hett nrraund-lnif lio submits to having the work done in in agony, as most any man would be woulel do well t" t.ill and ee in heforu "Itewhere that wroiigheaded and ridiculous man- whose leg w.is fractured in three places. ner, which hits called into existence niich His body was contracted by successive a long ami dismal category of discasa cramps, but he did not murmur. I and misery. thought his hours on earth were few. : Thu horse's foot is, after all, good "lie motioned me to bend near him, deal of what we make it, and if our which I did, thinking he had some lust horses from their coltlmod up had their message he wanted conveyed to his wife feet more carefully attended to, and or sweetheart. The flumes from the1 Lincoln Circuit Court weie they nivari.ibty to stand cars, that hnd taken (iroshoitly after the l.ncy II. Khodca, At , PlaintliU, vt. Cora Kh,di., while in confinement on some material accident, shed a sickly light over tho( At , Defendant. .S.ile in lUjuity lens delete! ions to the hoof than dry jioor fellow's pallid face. His heroism Ity virtue iifuliidmeHt of the Lincoln Circmt Court rendered in the above .tyleil caac at the wooden flooring, from which the foot touched me deeply, and my heart went tictolier lutn, liiui, I will on buffet no attrition whatsoever, and by out to him. which it is moreover 'What can do foryottV I whispered. Dec. 19U1, 1891, ural moisture, their depleted of its nat- 'Is"there any word you wish sent to your feet would, in the At a o'lUkL p in nr thcnulMiiil, tell at pnbiii tienod of the animal's active usefulness, family':' unction to the higbeit bidder, on Ihe preu ie bo found to bo better shaped, harder, lesa ' Friend,' he answered, yon the following detcrilied properly, to it brittle, and in every way better suited plea.se hurry into that car 'won't and1 A '1 Met of Land muiiteil on the water nf the yonder for thewoikuMpiired of them. William in LiiiluIii Hanging I'ork, ount, K.)., audi get my fiddleWforo it burns up? It's an HeginnitiK at a corner .tone M Dickson, United States Bureau of Anihounded thu Simpton in line of Mr A P Ilawkiin, tlicixe mal Industry. old Creinon.i, and I can't nfford to lo.e K 14 nolo and 14 hnkitoit with her line N.Oi)( it."' Washington Post. .tone, N i' K 10 jkiIc , link. S &', K nt Mule. pole 8 link to tlnnc corner to Helm, ihenre bit lineN.aE 15 pole 3 link. N vfoW 36 fctea 'I lie rroportlou It is not uintiy years ago, says tho Net pole ft llnka corner to a link., N 141 "' braska Farmer, when n mare had become A big crop of old maids seems immi thence N 75 W 4i pole. N 76J4 W. S pole useless as a dam for line colts she was nent, judging from statistics. If the 15 link 10 comer of S.mpion, thente S, 4 W 139 pole to a tonc, thence S 71, K. 5a pole iS link raising mules, though at this time statistics of Great Britain aro correct, lifginiiing, cnnUiiiilig ill Aero, and t rood put to to the some of the best mares in tho country aro the excess of women and girls over men "f,,anJ Said 'Iract a vahuble and Ucairablc Farm, in used for this purpose, a good mule, being and boys in that country is about 1)00,000, iiclghbtirluid 4nd ha. upon It a toiiiloM.iblc a goixl worth more, coming into use sooner and an iucre.ie in ten years of about 200,000. dwelling lione, new corn cub, barn and iilnindanie nt watir, oung orchard with less experience to raise. When, In Germany the number of females in andu'lier impwvomenU however, we once breed it mare to a jack excess of males is about 1,000.000. In Sale will b made on a iredit ori Term In.lall month$, two ear and Tour year. her escutcheon is indelibly marked, and Sweden anil Norway the "weaker sex" menu; bond niptlrcd of the purcliajer niili ajw colt again, is in tho majority by about 250,000; in P'oved per.onal ecurlt, having the force and ef bIio will never ill op it perfect by 000,000, ami in Denlect ol a judgment, with lien retained upon aaid but, no matter how carefully bred, her property until all the pnrchaie money nperpud, progeny will forever bear the impress of mark by 00,000. In tho United States, an of o per cent, bearltiB Interett at the rate is Canada and Australia the males are in mm Irom da'n until paid the lnli'ret on Ihe last a braying mule, and even the mule debarred from inuleruity and paternity, the majority. In this country there are two bond to lo paid annually ol th. proSaid aale will be made for a dlvmon it being very rar for n mule to bleed, ceed arming the heir and widow or Ur r.l.. though the sex mi: instinct it very stroug about 1,000,000 more men than women. Ilhodt-K- , deceaaed Charleston News mid Cour.er. In both sexes. G M DAVISON, M.C I.. C.C. 79.td FOBJALE 1 io 1 in-t-i- Subscription. Frico $1 a Tear. Every Postmaster is our Agent. At last, emboldened by her kind Anil confidential way, I asked her to become my wife. To name tho happy day. n lt-t- er. SAMPLE COPIES FREE. The Daily Commercial Gazette is unrivalled as a newspaper and it is growing in popularity every is attested by its rapidly increasing circulation. Address , day,-which tn-x- n 111 T. Kl'SII, tntrt itlf. strange coincidence!" rhe unswered. "Htartllng ijultcl " 'Twaa In this very place I got Kngaged to Jack last night." Somervllle Journal. 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All goods sold regardless of Value. gr eat 1MMY oAliij HOLIDAY . i- WE MUST SELL Our immense Stock And LOW Prices will do it. Greatest opportunity to buy Christmas Goods at Sacrificing Prices. Don't miss this chance. Read the following prices, which will prevail until after Christmas. Men's Kentucky Hats $l.f0. 'McnV all wool jean pants cents Ladies' fine kid shoes 5)0e. l)) Our colobrntcil Johnson blioej Men's boots, equal to any worlh 2r,c- C'd'woe. ofall hramN ,r i nr ; ... co zi . "M .iHenriettas, black and color uoois in mis town, ieu s c.issnnere panis. w !?i..i i. blenched or unbleach Cotton Children's shoes, f to 11 dillerent styles 1.2. for SL.LV5. ed 20c. . Joe. 'Children's suits .91.25. Ladies' cloth, ol inch, HOc. CLOTHING. blisses shoes, 12 to 2. all sol (Jhecked cotton Ut Hovs' suits $2. Hoys' jeans pants oOc. SHOES. id. 00c. ;c and up. Men's suits 2.."(). Cantnii llnnuel Men's fine shoes L. Ladies' Shoes, 75c a pair. plen's jeans pants (mc. Men's all wool suit $7.."0. Ginirhain lie. DRY GOODS. .. 'Fancy dress goods V2 GOODS. - I i . 1 . - fd-lic- ns. Dolls. Wa-o- o 'lVu.n pets. uri. n .... v nei'ioarr;ns, iruius. nrk lioxes. duns, ases, Toilet Sets Perfumes, Iland- - " ; kerehiel's. ami an iini'nense line of (Jents Milliters and t 1 Xeckwear at prices which will astonish von. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, Overcoats, Ladies' and Children's Cloaks and Underwear sold Regardless of Prices and Value early and avoid the rush. A. URBANSKY, j Come Main St., Stanford. HUBBLE. Pror, Manes Gabriel, Managers. TO- - COME CROW & CO Dealers ln- - at $1.75 and Corn all gathered ntul about all snltl $- -. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Watson, o( Fanners' City, 111., aro visiting her mother lien;, Mrs. Cnroline Hlackerby. Joseph Swopo has his harn nbout ready for use. Mr. Uowen Ciiv-ehouse is alinont completed. Aliotit us' The .Tew Cash Store ! 1 DRUGS & MEDICINES, ry, m&&lmA AN&li, c. MCflis'.3Evi Ban-j- h J. of cart r ii.. .elected jtfl? -- WS3 - KceponlMiidatalltimalai MstmuiM. assortment tAFriv- - Kxra JttJJBz9L HiajfffmiLj P J .5fZfflR And PATENT MEDICINES of all kinds. Also carry a nice stock of B MMERCIAL J". IF- - : HOTEL, McKINNBY, KY., OIO'VT, PROP. -- o- Rates verv Reasonable and Accommodations Strictly First-Clas- s. echool-houE- Lincoln Stock COKIIOIUF Farm. 868-in M U M M turkeys were bought and told here hut week at (land 7c David and Mrs. IJi't&y Spoonnniore bought of Wm. Mi m ffsgsss Chue, of Casey, the old F.nglemnn Mill vk su m & m ("VS property, in this county on Il.inpinu vir f't Wi l ? til M Folk, for 3,000. A. L. Spoonnniore BP ms U ai IS j x& bought of Heed Cox Ida half interwt in W , I. .the wheat crop and nil of 'JoO shocks of ltd Will 1. iSpoHtl till- Ul.l .., .11 Mill ,!,.; lllftl.tlll II. II Mill. III. l.k .. m.l Wl. Ul1 or ,.,,. on Mr. Spoouumoie will move to the farm Jan. 1. There is some talk of a Christ mas tree hem Christmas night and also a supper for the benelit of the Metho iliHt cliurch. We wish them a good SIIOJ5S, XIATS ? crowd and success in the undertaking. I mil not ,jiw Mr. Henrv Snoonaiuore has been very t'liiu and try it then if you mv mt plc.ieil, return to tir nrt low mn horati I rrfer Von si.... .1,1 Humid ee the slnlt sick for several dyn, but his physiulnu, Dr. Lewis, thinks lie will be out njrain soon. Mrs. Col. Kiee has returned front Mrs. a visit lo her sister in Frankfort. i lurKey.s tor su. cucii . lmnbHr soiu And all hall hnrtt alike- - Imj rich, the oW, the grwl, the Mroii. tH- week, the wine Mini liMihuli. Money will Irll. I mo ,!, investments and stdt'H beat hoy.s at .t lemuiied to Hobert liurte ' with corn at SI 75 and $has rented Dr. John Owsley's farm, on ISTTZX-iZ- D yu . the river near here, for next ywtr. C. Carman has returned from a bu.sineM UMlie tilir di ll Hi; mil l.iU . w I l III III 1..I. t t t II.I .1.11 - III till' trip in Casey county. Silas Martin, a Ifil.wiitl lit II I 4'l.t i JIM young man who luii been with We?ley Kuhnnkg some time, has returned to his Henry father's in Wayue county. Stoonamore claims to have made 17 barrels of corn'to the acre this year on most of his land. J. "W. l?rit;ht shipped two hhds. of his tobacco, hint week and the remainder of his crop and also the etops AM)- he bought of Yeahey, Blackerby and Kn- gleman will follow soon. The colored folks will haven ChrUtums true at the here Christ nns night. Upright and I lorizontal. e closed Meeting at Hright'a Stationary, and Portable. All last week with two confessions. sizes up to power. 300 "I , ,, & - & - Bfa H A S $n w TVXK W a w & && 76J 24P SWi lty - i W-- k-- ni- lll-- l ( I ( DRY GOODS, FURNISNING GOODS, BOOTS, XftTIOXS, and , pu,-,.,- , WILL POSITIVELY KEEP NO BOOKS, -- -'. jfL C3-OOX- D .t CASH I a?ZE2.A.ZDS: I . MM ' JF. 3Ei"CJ-s:- : j HT'l!ctVC Semi-Portable JQrV Lrc.v.li! J i STEEL BOILERS, 26-horse school-hous- J. P. CROW, Prop. BULM'ONT I1 These are the salient points of the report of the .Secretary of the Treasury. For the fiscal year ended July ;0, 1S1II, the recoipta of the government amount-t- o lon 43S,5H,t:j:i.0: of whifh$2iy,rr."',L,a".-,,- J came from customs mid 51 lo,0Sti,'-'-J. H from internal revenue. The next larueht item was sfoVJ31,7S."i.7- - fiom the postal Uneqttalcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. Write fur Krt llluitrateJ l'jrniicU and yotif h jnl lo - "i -- u . THE JAMKS I.F.FF1RX & CO., NtW ORX CIT SPItlMJUKI l) OHIO fe3 THE NEW WEBSTER And many other good ones. Spring, Announcement. Read pedigrees in this paper his Is Receiving His Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Fall and Winter Goods Give service. Tlie expenditures amounted to JJ21,-::- 0 1,470. JO, the largest item beint: for pensions. The next in iti 110,JJS,ld7.4!l for the civil "estabaie lishment. It required nbout So per cent, of the internal revenue receipts to pay the pensions. Ah compared with the fiscal year ISitO' there was a falling oil in receipts of over 5.j,000,000, and an increase in the ordi nary expenditures of over J."i7,000,000. The estimated revenues for the fiscal year of l.VJ-- 1 amount to fWl.OOO.OOO, ai.d JllM,-Uo,ydl.4- 0 Ovtj) Jd IViV .M:PC$ii WOP" AnP. . & i'J&LlS?-- nrjr tl-- ,rT. - "sa3' - SEK-rSi- i. 7" i'!'1 as SBfiTfS! m SAL "WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY Ito..it(i.l A I fr..n ( ovrr jyvl C FULLY ABREAST OF THE TIMES The Maret Telegraph Sounder. The above is a cut of a new telegraph Go to A. A. WARREN'S MODEL,GROCERY" For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, Utice, Pickles, Preserves and Jams; Limps, -- GbbS- - and Queensware, Tin- - and j'Woodemvare, Jelly Glasses, &c. sounder, invented by our Mt. Vernon conespondent. M- James Maret, which A Ptiiking example of the law's delay is pronounced ly telegraph operators to call. in punishing criminalh in this State is be the best instrument yet invented for the case of Austin Franklin, who has re- the purpo for which it is used. It has cently been aentenced at Hurkhvillo to life imprisonment in the penitentiary for The hitest translation of the Scriptures! murder committed ten yeuru ago. lie issued by the American Itihlu Society is has been tried live times and this is the Key. Mr. second time a jury lias given him a life thowotkof a colored man, Ousley. who was born n slave in the mansentence. Hut his lawyers always aged to find u legal technicality just ownership of of a brother of .TeUnrson where they wanted it. and they are still Davis. The translator and his wife wore hoping for another one, as they innvtfl educated at Oherlin. The language into which he has rendered the synoptical for new trial. If that is refused an ap.ud that the gospels and the Acts is the Shcctsun, peal will be taken. It is cognate with the Kulu, nml spoken by the State .l.'i,()0J. ca lus some 2."0,000 people in Southeastern AfCheese, It was strange weather in Cincinnati rica. Saturday, even to the oldebt inhabitants. , Three buildings at Middleshoro ocThe care ran their head lights until 11 in Fruit Jars, the morning, and Mill had several belonging to J. s cupied as store rooms, It. Huotli, I urued, loss $."t000. amid the fog the expenditure! fJO.OOO.OOO. several new features, which ate not fomul in the older instruments, and old ideas of constrnclionuro discnrded. The' Pounders will be on the market next week. Write lo him at .Mt. Vumon for . circular and prices. !!( Ti r lorrrcrv tan.ih mii.I s. in,. Thr AulliriilloAVrl..t.r'ri.nlirI.li:iil Dlclloiiiiry, ..iiiirl.lnc U.iict of HIU, '7l. unit 'S, (nil atlll i.jrli;l,tc.l) Im ut.n lli.ir.ii.vlil. . I.a.i u...i u..,...Mu.i umlertlie Mipe rlilmi of .N.mli r.irtcr. i '.i., i,i,. ii,.. n alr Iiilti'i.lty.niiil ilUtlnrillililllir tlllc, l.rui. tin- nnilie - qRfiUD INVESTMENT j "Christianity, if it means anything, means 111 ounces to the pound, three feet to the yard, a just weight and just nipas- ure. It means honesty in all dealings, purity in all conversation, a charity as broad as the race. uiilIinchiiiL intuiritv , sympathy, humanity to man, loyalty to . ork of oicuplr.l ovir Inn yoari, iiu.ro rrllniiliuiiilrnl e.lllo- limn u rlulUliorrm bxlnp ciunlo) r.l,niul over SUOII.OOO riprnU,l l.rforr Hip lint copy unt i.rinlril. WEBSTER'S Intornatlonnl Dictionary. TIik l'ni.lilrl knl ' SOLO BY ALL BOOKSCLLCRS. rc I "n te lirr ! tiod." "Fncle John,"baid little Kmily, "do you know that. i baby that was fed on elephant's milk gained 20 pounds in a a In mpliotoKru.)iti- - rvi.riiitm.f nn bbn f oomparatlrelj-Morllilrivilition of Imw r bolDB tn.irkftiMl mnlrr vnrtouj uatuc Atul nflon iy tnli.rr.rf ..riilatluii leto nn.t lie International. l.t ti l.curi injprlntof G. & V. MKUKIAM CO., PulilMiern, 1 Ciiiitliin it iiee.lc.l GET THE BEST, cit .Siirlngtlrl.!, Miii I'.S. i .. II collis-gion- week1." "Nonpense," exclaimed I'nclo The ten noroci to death John, and then asked, "Whose baby was. at Columbia, S. C . wiA now h released, it'." "It was the elephant's baby," re- - Henry Suher, ano her negro, confessing plied little Kmily. Troy Free Tress. that bo is the guilty tn.ui .' d1 i? w . ;y J-- l