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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891122501 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. r "' Semi-Weekl- y vol. XIX. HUSTONVILIE. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 26.1891. a War-Tim- NO. 85 e Christmas. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Capt. Joe HulI'man and.wlfu have fPtting ' abandoned Liberty and are housekeeping "t their suburban up lionu'. just vacated tv Tom Simpson nml family Mtoa Minnie Dinwiddle uot back from Louisville Monday, aft it feeing .Mica Mattlo oil" for Texas. Mies Helen Iteid came tip from Somerset to attend the wedding. Jon Wallop's holme, jnt back of Judge Joo WrightV, or llnnuiiiis Folk Pretmnahly a dewiH burned Tuecday. Hue. Fortunately nineb of tin fective furniture was caved. Not informed ns to insurance. Waller (Weening n ports ti pair of shoes left in his store nearly two months any of Ins ago, and as neither be comfortably, he'd clerks can wear lln-he glad If the ou ner would call for them, holiday as their shelf room is needed fm I ho grippe baa not clone much tlam- ago to the people of LmicaMcr Hum far. Mr. Wiina,of Now York, luiH de- . usurer ami ex- velo)ect into a itrai-iiiiitortioner, ehiituiiii: and reeeivim: only i U'iO por cent, a year on loans. Ho 1 ' J has thrown Shylock completely in tliu uJlitre. when Mr. K. C. Walton and Miss JJelle ltwoathe nin;lit before Christni.is in Cooke were made one after God'a holy tdiade. . Monday next i county court day one of those last hlomly ymira of the ordinance. Preceding the wedding a here was a light snow on the splendidly prepared and delightfully and u hirxe crowd will b- - in fniiu tho ,v"". country. Judge Iiobiuaon will render ground and the wind had an edi;p which served breakfast was enjoyed at the resicut like a knife. In home of those old dence the bride's father, Mr. J. M. Ida dttciniou epoii the Hjiphcatiou for with their Itiwr lire Cooke, by n large number of relatives iruinin vote upon the Honor niieation in civil dncen, Christ maa had eome anil cone ami friends, who did ample justice to Wc have a nicely selected line of JjCliristmas Presents, such as tllMUICI .Ml. .1. .MHmuu h known as to for children and their children. The red the heavilydaden tables. This oyer, the Ida decision will he. what The failure of Speaker Crisp to place hand of war hail burned aome to the party luj'tturii to the lyiinniiHii church, nau MSB I (iov. McCieary at the head of the com (round; in others there was inournitic which iiad been beautifully decorated IT- -. M & jaai j 1 d thoe who inournod thought not of with (low mute" on Poieiuii Itelations will be n era and evergreens and bril- - W U Til aource oi irreat rest ret to the uovemor's tne day. liantly lighted artificially. Atthechan-- I MrvWrVa VBBWDHsUWq Aa we road oil' up the mountain road col three arches iiad been many frieiuh throuuhnut Kuntucky and erected, fioni elucwhore. It in well known that while and how the faim house liuhta twinkle the centre of which hung the letters AV. ' filling that position heretofore the varihere and there, wondered if Santa Claim and C. All mound were potted plants Set-.- , I amps, &c. The nicest and mos ous iueaaur'H of importance that were would he forgotten in all of them. There and (loner, the pulpit Htand being at- i Toilet Sets, Tea Sets, Dinner gouda Lexwere children there, and though war'e most entirely covered with them. B- comprehensive stock ever brought pawed hy the House nt Ida Hiiirceatioii, theologian nt Kev. Zaehory, to Stanford. An endless, variety of munkctry had kept them fearful and ehind tins was the organ and at it ington, left n protracted meeting in Ohio rendered him tin ni'Mt popular chair-mawasi that baa appealed in C'unsrca for war'a blood ataina hud paled their faces, that charming little performer, Miss Dol and panned through here Monday ami nt my vearrt. He lin Milfd liii laue in they purely would not forget the leirend lie Williams. Shortly after the large otUHntf at the back Tuesday, to o I crowd wlthaiunal ability ami com of the reindeer and the chimney. had been seated, the notes of the lvdgar Wilkinson, of Junction the hoped, at least. of the entire body Wedding March, in which Mr. A. (J Alice Moore, daughter of nmmla tlio refjH-c(My, toMias It was a cold, dreary ride, hut we reach-m- ! II unman joined with his cornet, houndJohn Moore, near l.iheity. Charlie without re.pct to party. lie waa the A splendid assortment of the old farm houte. at last. A scout ed, and the bridal party entered the originator of more importnut Fowler was heat man. in the IfMt ConurcKs than any othor aent on ahead came Imck to teport thai building. Down the outside aisles the Mra. Adelia Woods returned Tuesout man was there. It was hia home Paint Lick, wheie meinher. ushers. Messrs. Leslie Ueid, W.I). Hock-eday aitei noon from D.ingoious as he knew it A kindly greeting to th Intkuiok his W. S. Dryeand Cano Bailey, marchmutri.iir" Monday of she attended the night ed in collides, while the gioom, leaning Pinter. Miwt Annie Hiins and it thortHnntU of readers, and winhea to be, be had stolen hack on this her yoiuiiMT the attention of the public to our line of for a "Merry Christina." It matters helore Christmas to spend a few bourn on the arm of his best man, Mr. J. S. Wc also desre to call to H. L. Wallace. She reirts the on hut little whether eehool keeps or not with Ids wife and children with the Owsley, Jr , Kso , ami the bride support young William Kmhrv there Monday afternoon, hy Shooting oir the duiini: thia week of tjoeial jov. It Ian gray haired father and tnuther who sat ed by her brother, Mr. Junes B. Cook, F3uilX3ST - AWTD di- -t hhi".) of iwreationand rest and aa Hiieh in the chimney corners on this night advanced to the arches by tho centre aide and top of hi bead. It wan a and c moked their pipes. 1 saw them atole. Arriving there, some evolutions residue occurrence and paiticularly sad ahfltlM be hailed with delisht hv edd Which is Unequalled. through the windows as we moved up were very ipiickly and aitisticully and you ni: and all conditions and jn its nature, but a day uofom the of society, l'aniilv reunions, whore to niirroiiud the house. I nw, too, n and the bride and groom stood marriage ot his brother. v a E99fc 12 RUEfe ra & couple of t!e chi dren jnmp with impunity couple of children nealed together on the facing the people and the llev. W. L. Saturday night -knee of the man we had come to uiHMi snind-fMcof bcck, throw aranil-ina'H began the ceremony by Williams. young men, who live north-vehefidn him with her hand on invoking the Divine blesMiis and after enough dWnrlwiMJe on the lr-de- kitlttinx under lite Ik1 and don her rreat.nl STANFORD, KY was his wife. And I flaw speaking the impressive words which HrHN'kx without fmr of moleaUtiou or of his of town to demand the iiitcrHMitioH of Minie; maiden another Atttiit as I .stood for it moment iiicnrrinx the renaiim united the two young hearts, he again of the marshal and a couple of of aunt, re amon the plfaiiireH incident a aitrht that struck me like a blow. There bought the throne of grace in prayer Ordered to surrender at the inoili MORE DAYS ONLY A orl to a wll Onlertsl ('hritmas, and to Pilch beside the old fashioned tire plncu hiiuir Then the attendants and ushers precednraimna. thev wImwIcI d dmhed coming ed by the bride and groom, parsed out A leant the renders if the Intkhior are two little stocking, wailing the on their borw. owning llr on the ' hlHT-ll- y rtmiil. Alter reapiot fully inrit-- d. Hoy and Kirls of .NiiiU 1'laue)out Others saw it, too, and hy the centre aisle, entered carriages and which wit as if wounded. they g'oaued "hcoild I were driven to the railway station, where riven to iinderntaml Unit emptying their pistols they rehmded and WdII, the man refused to surrender. Mr. and Mrs. Walton took the train for another x whilht they will l required to keep lane down on the olttcvM for within the Itotmdi id propriety, ample He did not know our flrength and per- Otniinuati, Washington and other eastihange. Fortunately no shot took provision will be madu for a renHonnble haps he hoped to beat us oil. He killed ern points. beto-- l and it b hop-t-ell'ect on man " Of the groom wu could hardly be able will convinc the atpcndittireof funds for the enjoyniont two of our men and wounded a third a koImt retlection THEY- young men that a repetition id inuoeeiit recreation. Parents should right on the start. Then our men began too say too much in praise, for we lovo imprudent firing into the house. It was all over in him very dearly, but wu forbear, for rearemember that their children are of MU-- conduct can result only in l upon them for whatever they live minutes. We entered to llnd tho sons that are apparent. Suffice it to say expense to them and their need in the way of preseiila, Ac, ami until lying deejieratoly wounded. Heyond tlut everybody epeaks well of him ami a, if not in loss of limb or life. wae tint 2.S cents looks larger to a boy of 10 him lay one ol the ctuldreu gMjiuu it Hi it he has as many friends perhaps -J- ohnnie Paul, miii ol Ad Paul, Grew! Be last and at the right of the fireplace the a any young man of his ago over had morn, than a i0 gold piece when he is was buried at MrKlnncv Tuesday average lmy is not unreasonable in old gray haired father with his The bride comes of a splendid fami gone to Hel- The ing at 10 o'clock. John ! welling out of a wound in hi" side. ly, noted foritsprettygirlsand handsome some marble work lor his demands and it would be well to reen ood to deliver Wu had captured our man, hut there bys, and h herself a brunette of strikday. In a playful mmiIUV in ember how van felt in retard to such bin father that things when jou were n child and gov- waa no cheering. There lay our dead ing beauty. She was attired in a light with John T. IVmlMMton that night noon be offered in Christmas Noveltie3, Fine Watches, Jewelry and ern you i self accordingly. Let the lxiys under the leiiflenrt jwar trees, but no one gray cloth suit, triininml with fur, with Will after dark, l'oinberton loM his temper Silverware, &c. with words of regret. gloves and toque to match, and carried a inhave a good time and the girls also. atood over them nud drew a pistol. Seeing that he switches; open your Wo flood there and looked at thos i lit- lovely bouquet of red roses. Intelligent, up your tended to shoot, John made mail and Ihirn memory of them cultivated and amiable, she is the emhodi diverting tin flr- -t bullet liH.crts, reuiemlsT the poor; and lauuh tle stockings until the succeeded lit and be merry while you can. If you was burned in our very souls forever ment ot womanly virtues and will tu a into the wall, hut the second cum enteraciptiiod a chronic habit of frown- and forever. The wife shrieked curses veritable jewel to the man who has won ed his abdomen and lie died from the have name hour ing and scolding, go out into a 'JO acre upon onr heads. The aged mother knelt her. May their marriod life, so auspiHhotSuuday n ght, wlrout the field or the boundless forest and give and prayed (iod to punish us and now ciously begun, proye a blessing to them, nt which ho wus ahoU Pemberton auger. The sipiirrels may airtl then the dying father groaned us both for the life that now is and that and had not been apprehended vent to your themselves to thoir holes and the his life ebbed away. And yot we neith which is to come, is the sincere jirayer Tuesday. John was his third victim. betake llee at your sjiproach, hut tho er seemed to see nor hear. There auuiust of many loving friends. Young Paul waa a cpdet, sociable, harm rabbits home-kni- l blue The popularity of the young coujde is lament- birds will sing sweetly ami the sun con- the mantel hung the let young man and his death which we had tilled with woe w.e very completely demonstrated in I las the largest and tinue to shine all the mime. "Tis hettu stockings ed bv all Ida friends and wretchedness and sorrow aa our the number of presents they received. It to laugh than bi sighing." MOST COMPLETE STOCK A Pennsylvania poet lias written a gifts. They were the last things wu saw took nearly a whole room to hold them Logans Orcek and Dix River. on "Protection," the llrst stanza us we ailently drew away from the house an I they embraced nearly everything in hymn OK Miaa Laura HeaIey will hpeiid tin of which is as follows. they seemtcl to hang before us aa wu both useful ninl ornamental. They could holidava at Lexinton. stormaml darkness to go to housekeeping without buying hardrode back in the "Messed is the man who daily tries Ks'tea A Scott were here a few day To better his condition, ly another article, but for the jiresent our lines. M. Quad. J at aaobnyini:nnddeliverinturkeya And does his best to keep his trade ever shown in Stanford at prices they, will board and have engaged rooms Fioni foreign competition; Who Pays It tt Ki i - 'it rn "f "f i .Mil r r , as low as the lowest. iter lb. at the Myers House. He it in iron, brass or tin, A valuable train passed over the CanThe child of Mr. Allen Tray lor' Mr. Robert K. Gaiues ami Miss Lucy in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s It should not be neglected, adian Atlantic railroad yesterday for T. By waters were married at Mr. B.C. who waa ho badly burned a fewdayHao, Ah home industry is u thing in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to of Bywaters', yesterday at high noon, Key. who can do anything Which ought to be protected." Boston. It consisted of l'J ia reported no better. send job to the city. Kngraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old will apend C'liristuuia and Ben Helm otlicialing, after which they Tho poem has not been set to music, poultry. It was valued at U. K. tiainea at Shelbvville. Mr. John Spoonatnore, but a competent musician says it can be when it crosse I the line tho Tarill Tax left for Louisville, Shelhyville and other gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-te- d, leave Jr , inforuiH uh that he will West. a'nortly sung to the tune of "Yankee Doodle," exacted amounted to $S,7o00. As the places. The groom is an excellent young A. R. PKNNY. and guarantee satisfaction. as it ia neither a long meter nor Hhort Sujireuie Court of the Tinted States, in- man and tin) bride is both handsome a trip in Ihe Wild to make a happy meter composition. Themis no doubt cluding that great lawyer and;;relic of and lovable. May they always be as A merry Chriatniaa and Intkuiok Jotr.NAt.. As that the man who "daily tries to better pro historic times, Joe Bradley, has de- - happy as when they gifve themselves ns newveartothe over his condition" deserves tcr ho blessed, oided that the turiil' is a tax, no olleiice Christum gifts to each other. tho huHineaa manager in now llyhiR hia honnie hut unless the trying results in his re- can ho taken at tho use of the term here; Oeorge Chappell and Misa Malissa thorailBof many toads with blessing, can his condition ua the blarsted Canuck who owned he Muse were married at Crab Orchard ItiTtlu may it be the happiest Chriatmas ceiving the . have been bettered. It is poultry and who is a foreig er, paid the yesterday. ho has ever apent and may proHperity be said to fs-ti bu.1 r 'i true that bis trade, be it in iron, braes Turiil'Tax to the collector of Customs; Judge Million, l?.'!, and Miss Becky ' vseAi) nttend him through life. enjoyable enter or tin, tdiotild not be neglected and if he McKinley was right when lie said the Brock, 17, were made one in the Kast One of tho most is any account, whether ho be a repubIs Receiving His it was who paid tlie Tarill' Tax Mud, Wednesday. tainments w.iHuiven at White Oak hut lican, democrat, mugwump, Alliance or foreigner Miss Louie Lee 1'ayard, daughter of But after the foreigner from Canada pad quite a number of prohibitionist, it will not be Saturday eve, when the Tarill Tax, did he run his ponl ex Secretary of State Bayard, was mar patrons" and friends hid asaumblod to HUBBLE. of Miss trv back to Canada in order that the ried to Dr. Frauk Angell, of Xew York; wit new the closing exercises A man and his wifo with 17 chilTarill Tax would stay paid by him? which seem Helen Thurmond'Hncho.d, Dr. Dunlap was called to see old Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. and many man L. Hutching, who has a severe at Not if the gentle, poultry raising Canadi- dren, 10 boys and seven girls, attracted ed to jiive entire satisfaction he didn't. He great attention in St. Louis, where they himself, S. Hubble has n an farmer knew compliments were bestowed on Mins tack of pneumonia. merely figured it that to the value of the took the train. and pupils. Thurmond very painful thumb, mused by piercing Mrs.' Miscall, of Norfolk, Va., has poultry, ?Jo,0l)0. ho would he compelled Dr. Cicero Weht Holtdaw, the lo year-olnrKHiiiHiiKflHiHKBrvnKKSUQttBHUiHHiiHHHiHiHIHBBHHIiiB it with n rusty pin. given birth to nine consecutive sets of toaddtheT.iriU'TKx of SS.ioO who left last it) at ho uu from tue medical colson of Mr. Alex lloltzclaw, to odor it to the twins. It is understood that Mr. Mis July for tho Western Suites to aeek a lege in Cinuinnati. A Christinas tree b 'fore he could allord intellectual Bostonese as worthy of their call thinks of changing his name to Mismake a livini: tor himself, will be givon at Providence chun-hin fortune and calculation. New York Advertiser returned a few claya imo dwsatislled with Boyle county Friday night. Dr. Mro Beacon Hill Kitchens. country mid H.iys the reason he uangh thinks lu!ii.ird(i"iitry ta on the the . CRAB ORCHARD. Following is a diwuti nine ayllab'e i. .. , ...... ,.nj ilitil tin foruot liin Cailie n.CCK nn nnwn convalescent liU ire nis ntoi a Hevero to gag windy talk- wan The Crab Orchard High School will oveicont and an old hut and attack of pneumonia. Mw Lisa Smith'b brother Walter would school at this pi.uv Ion I Wednesday era with: opeu on Tuesday, Jau o, lb!):.'. Kapecial afraid th.it his Authroiionuitamorphia. nttoutiou will lie given to those preparwear them out. with lino exercises an iviyhody (dennAutisuiernaturnliHn. ."it ing to teach. J. V. Smith, l'rin. Mr. W. U. Traylor in makim? vat ed. We commend hei in any district AnticoiiHti.utibnnli&t. preparations to still cm n liirer miile, as an industrious and competent teach and for Anhvdrohepsitoriou. A bflckwood&jiibtice of ttie peace, after Ins havinu' purchased and heed in er. J. W. Bright shipped one hogshead Iatrouiathomatician. listening a whole day to the arguments power uiirfuu htid of t ibiicco trash and it was sold for Cant or I a cures Colic, Constipation, 'CAtorlalsMwellJapt'1,ocljUl,ren,llat Incomprehensibility. of opposing nttorneyb on law points, Kotirbum.ni.il, DUirrha'a. I rroommeiul itosuinortoany iirescripllon boiler, besidea coiwtruetiiiB four bu!' $Ml" and ono of lugs f ir $0 last wuuk. KlUs Woniu, gltt tJwsp, and .iomote ill- Individualization. rood tied a decision in fnvor of both the Lnawntome'' II A AncilKR, M I)., n lecture 12 feet Rro. Montgomery will deliver cestlon. in diah.eter about tanks, each Syncategoreiuatical. I Witliout. injurious medication. 11 So. Oxford St , lirouUjrn, N, Y, plaiutlU'aud defendant ami assessed the to the W. (5. T I", here Monday next. about is feet deep at a cost of S10 Sipiiio B. F. Kuglenmn is on the puny ami Unconstitutionality. coats of the cabe against the. constable. Tub Ckjctacr Compant, 7! Hurray Street, N. Y. each. Mr. Trnvlor is a thrifty iiinnnjjnr list again. Unintelligibility. mid thinks hv the tlrst of January he Dr. It. 0. Hewitt, an old and t Valotudinaiianisui. W. T. Powell wa continued by the ...in i, !.il,. t.i hlvu thing m operation j pliyalcinu, of Louisville, is dead. Vicissitudinality. daily. Sonato U8 post mastet of Uichmond. ...! malt 10 barrels of bus im ' i I ' lurui-hnine- .ome 01 me scouts nan urougm m VALros--Cnni;i- The IsTcmnH Jm-word that u guerrilla leader whom weNAI;8 husiness manager, whom nearly ,"ll! louuHouaht to kill or capture whb at j L.v,.ryjy ln this sectio'n knows stud nuunu uve mnea "'''"-- i moat everybody loven, has joine 1 tho no- only a man or two with him. The or hlearmy of Heiitdicta' The pjy event uera were 10 uiko miy men anil eeK ins occurred nt Hustoriville Wednesday, OECRISTMAS AND ""i '. Holiday Hoods. f j nr n u. iBp i WIS, Water Sets, 1 - mar-rjage- llut Toys For The Children. FO&ESOT and DOMESTIC FRUITS. t a r, roof-lic- e. 1 sui-cide- FANCY CiSLWTDrES, pei-foriu- Ul tn, r V e aur-prinea- b-a- kkhs & nKum FOR HIM mmi FEW olll-cer- e, ir oi-oi- m lion-hle'an- h ar-fil- GOODS. HAVE TO GO And Will M. the Reductions in Prices. life-bloo- d 11 W. B. McROBEBTS. The Old Reliable Jeweer in the Lea. d. A. R. Penny Watches and Jewelry j car-load- s I -- M.G.RUPLEY, 'zmv&v r wwfT'lrV fe"4f H$H: lirW r w wv ' k FaSI and Winter Goods j d Ku-biu- ks , "" -- Worda-ja;v-ur''V- :pr8 1 ii Infants Children. M o Enu-ution- , 1 pioui-inun- I i - i, v ! 4 4M N : 'n an L- WHY HUMBUG THRIVES. than oue of us, after tho polite words A Ctirloiift SiiBsellon. were spoken, and we, to all tnteuta ttecautr Some Tropin Dnn't Know What Semi-Week- ly A certain gentleman who was decoWbon tho crops uro tnucly cntbered Interior Journal and purposes seemed to have been forto Do with Tlirlr Money. An' tho aeedln' tlmu U past. rated on tho Nth of July last went to gotten altogether, stolo furtive glances An' tho hoarhound brown nn' feotberea The fact of the matter Is, America Is the registrar oftlco to get a copy of bin Rattle. In the autumn Must; at our wealthy fellow passenger, not- a famous place to make money in. but certillcite of birth. When it had been Wbon tho riisot leuves iitljln' ing tho elegance of her jeweled bon- a wretched spot to spend it in People Stanford, Ivy , DKCotnEK 23. 1891 Mnko a ort o' dreary moan. net, the exquisite quality of the laces of grcnt wealth nnd people of small handed to him hu read It carefully, and An' tho lonesome woo Is arc slgliln' of her wrap, the beauty of the texture fixed incomes gruvitnte to I'uropo. ns blandly smiling said to tho clerk, In a tllsnnU monotone; Leof her go. .n. hat, more than all, we tho moth to the llamo There Is an al- "Couldn't yon add Chevalier do la When the chestnuts are a Iieek'nln gion d'J humour?" Petit Journal. elf, Per JiH-- Kiwt. the noticed tho expressivo features, thtit luring radiance about a life abroad ?; i Thnn like to hold a reck'nln1 toltl us her thoughts were fixed upon which compels the rich and attracts inyMjIf. s.r-- . 'Twtxt wy Mafcer au' tho copper pieco she had ha tho mis- the poor There is no city in the world We hav worked nloni? together fortune to drop, and since sbo Ignored where one gets no poo" a return for a BAK'NG POWDER FACTS Al' the fru.trul 8 aton throh. us utterly, smiles that were not tho lavish expenditure of money as New He ha furnlihcd all the rrnthar pleasantost to look wreathed the York; there Is no linbit'iliou on the Brought out by the Official Government bub nn' dew; Sont the ruin fnouft that her fellow now glove whore the misery of living ou a y brute an' labor. I bare used Tests. He has lu d the R9"it to' ImhI, and igln, turned toward her. small fixed income la so emphasized Heeo nv Mi:t neeroirt neighbor, The public is nl ways responsive A diadalnful imlift'ttg nf the nostrils It has often been flirt"! how itttieb Bio h llHw tklMt. Ailut h i. .:w about tins food it oats. Ureal of one, the arching of the black brows families who nviintain great establish-mont;- , ended .Vow u at b: t t tirao another, the svorrful curl of a third w rt:! r daya "re o'er, interept has been taken in the inveslien-tioii- H of An tbi like the Aston, tle Van4rliilU.. 1:1 s Of the ci p Hint we have tended, Ihwrv l n 'Mini 'ikr TP K person's lips atwl aoti.l irl8tHe from the ItcluKVtln. r (Jrfl.'ts ean speml In inado by the United .States and i ntr-- b irv- I jot ray abettr )j or taoro? il flKU IM. i! i.. i.i Have i '. l)r all showed with what contempt wait a yeur WJtlt initunes ranging anym' illea, tn i i.r all i nun ill . , h Canadian government! and by the 'if, ! held nor exhibition ot prnnrinonnese. , i. the blmM, rvii"i pini'i .tli u I've diYklrri up tboohattola. where from KMLCsl to l.mv.(Ni says boards of health to show tin pnrf lii:-rm M ' corn, an' wheat, mu ini if nirJsl, Took fie oat. One by one the pa wnprft loft the the Illustrated Amerttfin. these people w- - ' TLJ2ki-Mmit pbysli i in n.- li in ll Ir pri il oi'i av ICi p" fie foddi r tor mj rattle ty or impurity of milk, bakiiiL' powders, ear as U gained the uptown street. I, find it wreu-her- t the Hmll s. Itartl work to get rtd iul' r'nl W.' im- hi ndmUnf yQlMm a;v..Left tllin stulo t. rbafl nu' oht; " from my.seW, hetiig the last to leave our of St.iO.U00 a year BpiceH nnd other article of daily use in llmmil. tki li,, No wonder that When It cornea to the MrluU' ksvwa sntthlns Mkf It ' Km.w A Co.. Sy avf N Y. kiT smile m1i! linnu" words of of our house vexed friend to go upon her pilgrim a sr they Invest In huge atenm raehU and Of potat e an" nch crop. the culinary department laraae, praise, J. (J Wolf. IIIIMsl. Mkb "ThelMXt W'y I wasn't Itjrif rioridln' to tho car stable, ret a rod two tulles diamond stomacher A no at the holds. slier w it rr Imn WixMiwoith fi ('., I'ott That I'd ere Mm U away. opera, n bull or twu horses and W ans. lad MNVrlr sell hetter tkao sntbtnjc Just now the, subject of baking powlint wtth punhlti. heans aa hay, an' am H K Wtatt.tlo ,t utnoTil. N It tnwrHtt' eyensitw-- n Ucsattfal irray. npon r turnlnjx home It ohanee nmi a retinne of servant take iif Wvrhsd Tmeh wiiot crown ftbovt) the gronml, but 4a r KKI!nt der is claiming public attention. Wo nil car that had only n tlipperful out of the tmrrel, ami II cannot th--lr aotlcv. ilacs-y-lsft mm ty vwcet TrW hotlkssd Mile M.iIUhI Co.. I'lkhsrt, I if I that ! botttvK'd the I et itHnif b. I'd ue fair ptay, an' Pr. Tsrlffht mmcI the Oraftlet bread and desire pure nnd wholesome tamsn mr into trt city, atwl whon we then the opera Ikx is tit. often let as not, So I tttmrd U lkij run il mne of imi"i:i:k. reached the bridge i.n-nnd tar ted the balls turn to attht-this cannot be had with the sit tke the horses ami Tkst dwrllsln their teak.awd t So there nln't no nse iirnyln' while to rooros it I found mys lf ltn soHuiry carriages are kncvkesl about ovei the pure or poisonous baking powder. That I've got inj honoet du, f.UI Iu fact ihit occupant. Naturally I rrow to dwellAn I hind o' fc. like tryln wotst parrtoftits In the world and a That they well. in ulteet my tytxtwrlierVn ean. There can bo no longer any question that man. Itecsase Wcsuf It another your or two. ing upon the lost penny, ami. being -- K. - SylvtMlvr Is McrlUtor's. multiplication of domestic only means baking cheaper lower grades of all Course I (nmrlliiifn feel Ilka growHa femintuc. my curiosity mas- so rauny more drunks and inetiiiieteuU When Ue' prodigal o' ruin powders contain either alum, lfme or tered my every other emotion, and as below stairs. A mail may Indong to a Couldn't l'iidrtiuid It. That's esp'shlj when I'm THE NEW phosphatic acid. the driver entered t lie eir Ui lower a dozen different clubs ami ncarcely find Then the suri'll shine ntralii. "Rich m Chumis," sniid tlw flnst lie the I HI;o cuufcHntn' otlicial analysis by the United venAn' I'll feol 'most blind upon lit" sunny side of it, Tho A woman will one that is a,rreeable middle aged man went jmst. That I'm rutlior weak an' imull. tured, with a smile which had for its patron's twenty different modistcsnnd States and Canadian governments have "No?" axclaimetl the souoiid in surwithout Ills help an' tdhtn' An' ingredients equal parts ot aiuusumeut bo lucky to Cad two that til her The prise. therefore'been studied with interest and fM(( Aerrfi v i ri at all.' and disdain, to ask our Jehu If the lady mere fact that all the t nvn insists upon Ohio Farmer. "Yes, indeed." returned the tirt. have pretty clearly established the facts had found her penny erowdinrf into tlie uacsmifortable eon "lie's worth sereral million at the "subject. The United States upon this Fully expecting to see a reflection of lines of Delmonteo'- - when it wauls to ".Strange, isn't It!" government report gives tho names of IS my grin upon his honest countenance, ghe a ball or eat a luncheon proves "Wh.tt'rt stranger of them adwelbknown powders-somI awaited his reply To my surprise how utterly without reaource New York "Why, his step h light, ami he neenm Kv LiMLJ f 'ViMti' VkUMW he turned a serious face toward me, is as n dispenser of amusement and to m in good lusiUli." vertised as pure cream of tartar baking INTERNATIONAL and tho following was his answer comfort, powder, that contain alum. "Oh. hq Is." gravely given: (hir theaters, truly enough, compare U lll "There nro no riiigi under Ida eye nnd DICTIONARY Tho report shown that the Uoyal bak?3- S&' "Yes, ma'am, I fot.ttd the pointy for fa.orabiy with the Wat of Purls and his hair is not prematurely gray." kTiiXl highest in ing powder was found the A at an hour when va the her. I turned over the slats as she London, but iIh'V anwn "Not a ring. Why, he enjoys life." leavening strength, evolving 1G0.O cubic u u street car, I asked me to do, and t xnetly under the most ps.ple pr fv r to In' nl diuuer. and "lie looV.sit, lie tlooan't atiiit to have gas per single ounce of powinches of h u r r i o l or. r'aee where the two lloor slate come If a plav stteeei'iLs at all. it is kept on any nervous trouldu either." r ivnl Iti t t fi iiit.irert't der. There were eight other brands of board, s'tid in together I found IL She gave a queer the hoards until it dies of old atfe Flow f ULLY ABREAST OT THETIMLS "He hasn't. His nerrH are an strong cream of tartnr powders tested and their another ten beconi's was lein,' . a tied, sort of a sound when she took it more er shows, horse hows hihI dog sIkiws A qRflND INVESTMENT as any ouh's." a cry thnn anything el$, ma'am and all verv ami pretty In their way li.ru. n iiiilv n s.ln.l average strength was 111.3 cubic inches alonp with n c.irlul of "I p'.ould tnke him for a jovial, gen over tho gritty rails that led from pressed tho cent to her lips, while tho but neither intelleelual nor enduring The Alltlipiillr VI rlilrr'l iialirlilcd ttw." of gas per ounce of powder. Illrlliiimry, coiiiprUlui; U.m of Isill, tears ran down her face. Then seeing are selzisl upon by locicty with au b erous man just what 1m is. Hn doesn't limits to its busy cvnters. "ThitV 7l, unit 'Hi, mil .1111 cniijrl;litll ! The Canadian government investiga- the city's from the Minic suburl)h usual- mo looking at her a bit curiously sunl avidity born of ennui A new stu know wlisi it is to be am 11 or mean." People Iirrn tliuroiiclily milinl anil riitrt:t'il, a still larger number of ly possess a pabuitifr acquaintanceship which I couldn't have helped doing to gir or pianist or violinist Is hunted like tions were of under the mipcrtltlun of JSnali 1'iirlrr, "And he's really riehT" 11.11., 1. 1.. II., nf Mle I nitcraltv. Mild uo powders. The Uoyal baking powder with thos whom they meet daily in save me, ma'am she sits right down ti quarry, and made amused but hitppy In- - is." h illnlliiciilliliic title, lirnrt tfin name "Indeed I to tlml that he ean command rtdleiilous was hero also shown the purebt and public convevaiioes, and had nodded here close to the open door where WEBSTER'S The second looked after the lmui wiHi were driving, and as we started to- - prices to go and amuse Injrwl people at Intornntlonnl Dictionary. highest in strength, containing 129 .'12 to this, that and the other fellow evident interest. Hie MirU nf retUlou i upl-- l m er their own honsfa Men inke to drtnk and w as about to open the ball cubic inches of leavening gas per ounce Iriitmrti inoir IIihii it liunilrril llti. "Neither worn ont by his chaw after or hunting, according as the froat is rlitll.tliorrr lirlnc eliiploril.Hiul mrr cream of tartar of a subdued conversation with my riches, nor male cold, hard ami graspof powder. Xine other nnOO.OOO eiperniril licloin tile tlrt hard or soft; women band theuiMlvts neighbor, when the driver, just as topy u iriiiteii. ing," he said. "He's the first of the tested, their average nexthad powders were together iuto all sorts of classes ami we. end of the entered the hither SOLO OY ALL UOOKBCLLCRS. kind I've mw seen. How in the world I Mill Irt.. It tli. strength being reported to be SO cubic long iron bridge that tpanhour historic l'atiipldt nl linrr. cabals, to be liu'tosrd upon by tosturers ami "DelsarteanH." simply to kill time did be get richr Chkjto Tribune. river, gave the braises a tw 1st, nnd the l inches of gas per ounce. Cittitlon la in nr lntin a "lio. f an .! tksry, h h,.tr.hi.- d livery kind of humbug thrives ami pros These figures are very instructive to car stopped in order U permit a (lit i IIIhi . Cli.imn'. UI and .niinlitlT .HtMr rliti n f pers in New York, simply because tin? woman to enter the ear and bel indi WliMerre lliiC mfk.u-- und. r vmiihi the practical housekeeper. They HtsUetter .McOinui proposeil to Miss nan and "ft. n It people who live there and have money e knew who the come one of u& 1'Vmerslda Loitgrofttn imm day last tveek. cate that the Uoyal baking powder goes newcomer CET THE DEST, every one of us, but as KTY to spcml arc crav to be amnaed Th Inlernitisnil, wlis-She replied : leir Imprint f more than '.):'. per cent, further in use it happened, we were none of us on (3. A (. Ml'.ltltl VM A CO.. I'tilill.hr, DEATH ON CATS. "1 want you to distinctly understand otheis, or is one third more speaking terms with this fair neighbor, than the Sprlncllcld, lin.. I', S. A. I refnsH to le yonr wife." A Jl.ntltr Thut Dentrjv-- t !V!Ihi economical. Still more important than who had but recently made our suburb mid tlmt r "Now, don't say that, at least not yet , Thru HiibuitN It, tunlhninnt. this, however, they proe this popular her home. As the ear ajrain started on A .Massachusetts gentleman has a Wail until next Sat unlay before you say highest its way she settled her rich and elegant article has been brought to the, 1HUJ large dog. n cross between an English jafsttively that you will not marry me," and snul into a draperies about degree of purity for to its supeilative pu seat vacated for hercomfort by a genplisided Hontetter. uibMiff and a M. lleruard, which is her "Why wait until Snturdayr uskel rity this superiority in strength is due very foml of killin;; eats, says the tleman aboard. Youth's Companion ludccsl, it is prac- l&unentlda. and consequently that by its use we mayA pockotbool: of soft leather was "Itecanee before you reject ma I win tically Impossible U keep a eat at the the purest and most wholebands, opened by the perfectly-glovebe sUiblo. so fond Ik ICarl of ilestroyiug you to see me in my tww atitt, ami ' and from a goodly storu of gold and some food. . He Uaf leen whipped ami cet it from the Uulor Pridsy nifht. ,Int them. Wrrlljr r nt .onunf year mil Hari "SlltC O VVK 311! THIS." The powders of lower strength are silver coins u vulgar ntcuei was exchained up. but though In geueral he is wait nuttl you s me in theui lsrenda-imnm.i jtttj titr ..tiir, iton siasu hi.er U of large amounts of inert tracted and was about to be placed in lnalltlu) Mll.ln KSSr found to leave t" Don't uIld iu your own light. li. teutv .! the hand of a gentleman nearest the wanl the city again she tells mo why well behaved he cannot iu thia respect imnoi iS.n will lie fouMd I .v matters in the food. This fact is em- fare-boOther si Aatui ikaUlt will lSsuieraltlu." Texas htftintf. ' when there was a sound of a this little copper was so proolous to lie brought to reason. at ti.e iil tlr it lis of ailn phasized by the report of the Ohio State dropped piece of metal, and a dingy her. .Serins it wa tho first penny hor Whenever Karl kills a eat. which hapworld, mm Imlmn tv. tliu.italloa '1st (alum '1 ll I ixilt Stmv and Ns) . lh t ' In Sliiirr nf I III" Itlllne. Food Commissioner, who, while finding little penny was seen to roll across the little son. who is dead, over owned, pens every week or two, the groom is ilttMiri. mi laid aed ea. sud Oh .1, in the habit of digging a grave, and w ith that exas- - and ho gave it to her to keep for him, PmuI bad uieiiioriaeil a lilt of he of Little the Royal practically pure, found no floor of the ear, and. il It ISe cli'ajril pntsla at ihv dr utf . n n4 s4 other powder to contain less than 10 per perating exhibition which cunning nnd and" with a little tremble lu the then making the dog bring the laxly of ootry in onler to celebrate his niothrs! 4ixrUU'Bflwt iUifirt4- is as rIrsaliirBI tt !An.t- - r things inanimats liao so often been grufT voice "she's keeping it. She Hxir puss to the spot ICarl tokos the birthday. They were in the jwirlor an limrly will . omIibw foreign matters. I .p. cent, of inert or asdrris difwitoa I s known to manifest, hide itsolf quite gave me this for finding it, ma'am." Inaly of his victim to the place, which he his address, but broke down Swi ! v Hfctty writt. w The public interest in this question from view. Sto.l and the driver held up for my Inspec- has now hocomc quite n populous ceme- IleattempUtl it once or twice, tint on totHtlt' ilitt Mtakc lh llliislf S lii.rit drallSulali-r- l lri' SI snin I S cdll t has likewise caused to be made investiTo our astonishment down went my tion a yellow disk which I knew to bo tery, ami while the grave Is being dug each occasion hilt memory failed him. ' riala.tilw ! Mr nl i.rutKC Williin I uril. ml ir. ilu ! gations bv our local authorities. Prof. lady's hands to grope for it upon tho five dollars in gold. I'va Hest, In De- he lies beside it, licking the eat till ovr. His father, liowever, roinpting him. lmiua as if preparing her for burial W. S. Haines, of Rush Medical College, dirty lloor to grope for it In vain. troit Free Press. started him again with the old remtlt When the grave Is ready, he Invaria- The ioor little fellow burst into tears. consulting chemist of the Chicago Board With an expression upon her fa'.'o that AN ESSAY ON BONES. bly gives puss u vigorous nip on the surprised us who had seen that It was "Try it still unco more. Paul." IMRPER'S PERIOD of Health, has found results similar to spine, as if to make sure that thc is but a penny that had dropped, and who The Itruiurksible Lotiipotltloii of He did so, tho teurs tunning down his reported by the national and Can- knew that the loser of the coin paid those 1'KK YBAlt: really finished, and then taking hor by cheeks and solss breaking his utterance. American Schoolboy. adian authorities. Dr. Haines says: the back of the neck, he gravely drops He began: larger taxes than any other woman In W'rlclv - fl oo ...- - ..- -. .. lllffrFl'l Hones are the framework of the body. her Into the hole prepared for her e our pretty wealthy community, that Rusu Medical Collkok, Chicaoo. KarBr Mkaisr ' How much rcjotcetl mil to my, I had no bones in me. I should not oo If . ... Mat) rf' IbMut Whon all this is over, ho follows the thin dn) , rto. And Millie, msliiiim, I have recently obtained samples of she possessed houses and lands galore, have so much motion, and grandmoth. tf llarsr Votia; l'irde and that her l'liegendo lilattur. the chief baking powders in the market, splendid one, income was a notoriously er would be glad, but I like to have groom to the stable to bo whipped lie In the t'nlted I'mtaae lfr to ad MScrlkrt she begged that we would knows what is coming, and evidently and have subjected them to careful ull stand up ami allow her to sec if, by motion. IJoiioh give mo motion be- accepts Rtalc, Laradu sad lrico. ill. tireitt N.til. it ns a necessary part of the chemical examination to determine their any chance, the missing com had rolled cause they arc oinethlng hard for mo- process of killing a oat; but it does not ll)i lie W'twlly hrcin Hoarded Stmugur .Madam, you may Tke Vlini of tion to cling to. If I had no bones, my HsmHtir lor Jaasat) bl Hcli yiir Whn i purity, wholesomenes8 and leavening under our feet. in ine lunsi prevent mm irom disposing not recognize me, but years ago, when lint it met tKMted, ubcnti lll Sel will. litre Wo women, with smiles that we took brains, lungs, heart nnd large blood- of the next pussy which is brought to but a little child I lived next door, and Inr naatS. r cutreal at ilate ef ioceli of mder power. As the result of my test I find IU.Uv..um nl llaifwt W'cellt for I conceal, arose vessels would bo bylng around in me the stables onudayiumy childish roiii'M lost n teat Imm k in neat (Mh blading, lll ke trotM"t the Roval baking powder superior to all no particular pains to and, grasping the leathern straps abovo and might get hurted. but now the button fiom my c(Mit. I hud no mother, sail is enA ii inmiitli Mimiuc. t lld er h) iiftH Irt of rH-n-- til tho others in every respect. It get much unless r pnivKlrd ike fretasi dfM sol etcrcd $i I ever forget, our heads stood swaying backward bones hardburted, a monster bull inooM was as you know, and shall all adulteration and unThe head of hit. tirely free from lj r vuiuHte and forward as tho car pitched down it is a minium, that you took me iu ami sewed unit lorv't fat MMS voliMse tultablc for ' m ' Clots anboti, Mc. lecentlj If inj bones were burned I should bo exhibited at wholesome impurity, and in baking the declivity leading from the pier, of another button ou for me. Ah, madam tsc ill be tont hy at all kmImh1 on ret gives on a greater volume of leavening while tho five gentlemen aboard as- - brittle, because It would take the an- There were nine prongs on one horn (briinhtngawayH tear), through all those, Ji HHCh it mon. (Itnuld - mmr by Ittmiltancva imal out of inc. If I were soaked iu and eight on the other, the spread of ther. I avoid cssttc ol lo wfilrr hi draft gas than any other powdeis It acid should lie limber. Teacher tho antlers measuring the feet. The years have UetiBttred that little button yVripafiri jioto Hot Is toft tbi Hdverllesitnt as a sacred relic, and here it is. fore, not only the purest, hut also the showed us a bone thut hud been moose, which mtn.tbave weighcil fifteen il"4Mh etpre't "rden.l lltrsrr.V I m..ht HAKI'KKA llktl II Kith. Kind Lady Well, my good man, Addrra. Btronpest powder with which I am ac could end it easily. I hundred pounds at least, was shot by a soaked Nih ic what can I d" for you now? would rather be soaked than burned. Frenchman on the American sldo of the quainted. JVarded QiiHiigit All I need is Some of my bones don't grow close to M. John river The hunter, with u Waltku S. Haines, M. IX, mid Furnisher. luoa. ,i. t'lm my body, snug, like the branches of a companion, was nslccp by a camp fire Consulting Chemist, Chicago Board of tree, ami I am giau tney don t, for if in me woois, wnen lie was awaKeneii ..u A ppnix iniiilliiii. Health ' they did I could not play leap-froand in the middle of the night by the moose ills t "in Unit a womaiiV curiosity The statistics show that there is used smelling over him He soon got his other nice gumes know in the manufacture of the Royal baking The reason they don't grow snug to rille and with one shot dropped the anl- - loads lx'i Iti r'. tin- inoiiie, but during the rt have Ujcii imitu a numcream my body Is because they hae joints. mal to his knees, finishing him with past Wet powder more than half of all the It IUur it a jouiii.il for H Harper Joints Is good things to have In bones. the other bullet It was fortunate for ber then A. i nig i were two ladies Kite the laliai ii.fiiimaiior illi the Immc Hie tho United States regard to of tartar consumed in .it tin' body of the then tho sleeping 1'rcnchmun that ho escaped that lhi and it numtti n IllittirJlnino. 1'arit tl latliioHa There are two kinds. Tho ball and for all purposes. The wonderful sale : .'t-'upplettirritt are lndi'VH who was found in the Merit nad allerr.-)ii- llir. socket, like my shoulder. Is best. alive, for the bull moose is an ugly e ir" mlr anil the orii naliiealiVe I" ,,i indicated for the Royal baking powthus especially under btich conili river at Slaiiixille Teacher showed it to me, only it was No etpelite It ipared to make iiHitlitte liertional "Do you know him'" asked Superinder greater than that of all other bakIU arlitn iiilraiun nt..i I tic luetic, t onlcr the thigh-bonlu of an o.. One end was tlons as those stated The hunters were I njjlit lone. awMMnic iniiHslle all. thoughtful ing powders comblued is perhaps even round, smooth and whitish. That is so far away from the that tendent Shaw. riM)i uifir all tittim unit IU latt pjgc it IV "So," replied one of the ladies hesi- mii a it liiittcol of ttii ..nil humor In it weekthe ball end. The other end wus hol- it wus impossible for the'm to bring iu a higher evidence than that already quonf lowed in deep. That is the socket, nnd more than the head and hide of the tatingly, "but think I know his mother." ly much ever)thlni; it include I which In he i.itar-ti-t l superiority of this article, and ted of the he Sti.iIh fur i'v will in wr Cincinnati 1'ininirur. it oils Itself. It Is the only machine moose, which was probably the largest an William llliitk Irnhy Walirr Ileum Mri of ita indispensableness to modern cookOhphaiit will lit uome i (.riuill.ulor Marmn liar-- I that oils Itself. :er killed in Maine j n ' Timely Tilt i, "Day In md Day ()ul," are ery. Chicago Tribune. On tint .Nil If Mile. Another joint is the hinge joint, like inlrmlrd lor i.atruiit .Hid Helen Murn'jll N'orlh Dclunure'a l'!i;litera. He was barefooted nnd altogether Till tpcci illv atttlreaa elrl, T lliuulnixin, my elbow. It swings back and forth DOWN WENT UV I.AIJV'S HAMlS. in "Wuiiien jnu Men, ' will pleite a ciiltivated I'verybody knows that uatives of De- looked like a sign for a rag store. and oils itself, it never creaks like For the benefit of those who may sisted the fair and ence bondholder to look for the schoolroom door. There Is another laware are called "Tho Illue Hens "You can't deny," said the magistrate, have become tired of the the penny. joint that don't seem like a joint. Chickens," but not one in a hundred "that a loaded pistol was found iu your games usually played at Chrirtmas, we After 'a lengthy search, a bumping of That is in the skull, It don't have no can toll you why they are so culled pocket." PERIODICALS suggest the following: The epithet is said to have had its origin heads, a crushJnc; of hats and a soiling fuotion. "No. your honor," was tho tramp's rein the following digits In dusty corners, the Ono of Delaware s ply, "hut you must understand that I'i'.KYKAK Gather a party on Christmas eve, or of clean All my bones put together In their d and perspiring, right places muke a skeleton. If I most gallant fighters in the war of the these times nobody knows when ho may llarpcr'a on Christmas morning, and then hunt gentlemen, $i oo llaar of being fclyly laughed at by leave any out, or put any In their revolution was a Capt Caldwell, who Iw attacked ami robbed.'' FHegende llarper'Mai;aine .400 up a lot of poor people who have no conscious Harper's Weikly all the members of the fair sex aboard wrong places. It ain't no skeleton. was notorious for his fondness for coca Blatter. tit a 00 ll.irpcr't Young I'eople Christinas dinner, and give them oue. save and exccp.ed the loser of the Cripples and deformed people don't fighting lie drilled his men admiraThe game can be played by any num- penny gave up the search, and we all. have no skeletons. Some animals have bly, they being known throughout the '1 he volmiiet of the Harar hesni wUh the firt A Klttluli Hide. r January uf tach ) ear. When no time number ber of persons, and is warranted to mako with sighs of relief, resumed our seats their skeletons on their outside. I am tinny as "Caldwell's game cocks " This tier fun She looked so unions mncntioncd, nubtcriptioni will hsgm with ths lonu't-to prcta lii-- to my heart; merriment for upon the cushions. glad I ain't them uuimals; for my same Caldwell held to the peculiar number current ai ihe time of receipt of order more real enjoyment and Hut wltli o'tu linud to rluhtly drive, llmmd voluiiiot ol llarpcr'a llazar for three "Never mind." said the cause of all skeleton, like It is on the chart, would theory that no cock was really game all who take part in it than any other .Must did nut Imtulliu art. year back, In neat cloth liindinu will be tent by our discomfort; "I shall goon to the not look well on my outside. Popular unless its mother was a blue hen. As mad pottage paid or by exprets free of exptne game. Nnw York Press. I tried, nnd tried nnd tried ncalti; provided, ihe freight dot a not exieed $1 per tol and tho driver can then Science News. the mouths wore uway Cald well's men my unn stolo round Uer vtalst unic) for J7 er volume Hal when turn the slats over. We shall be sure to became known as "The lilue Hen s Cloth cimi for each volume amiable lor Inn I. Tlio skittUb colt would leap tuddo Prof. Ulatner, a German authority on find It. Thank you ull so m uch." "She's just the dearest llttlo girll" j Chickens." a title which only Increased ini; will bcaeul by mail postpaid 011 receipt of $1 And mako mo draw ft back in luistc. entomology, says that spine species of tc'1 It was difficult to reconcile the gen- exclaimed Chumply, as he read bisdar-- j their rcsect for the old game-coccap KcniltUntut tboidd be r.i.ide by She chatted gayly all the wbllo insect are so small that,a number great- tle, cultured voice speaking words of ling's acceptance for tho ball. And a tain. The nickname became famous ri.oncy oru r or uraii 10 avoij chance ol lost. And did not seem to nee mo strive. of sincere courtesy with tho evidence of week afterward as he footed the bills and after the close of the war was ap Newnpapert are not to iopv Ihit advertlacmtul er than the total human population Until at last ttho jtouMng said, wiibotit lheexpr- - unit rof lltrptr fi Itr r Sstowed away so pitiful nn exhibition of avarice as he became fully persuaded of the truth piled Indiscriminately to all natives of me the lines snd 1 will drive." "Giro JMRI'LR A I1KOTH1 RS Addre the globe could be safely ' the "Diamo.id state." -- New York Herald. that we hud Just witnessed, and more of his observation. Drake's Magazine. ounce vial. MY PARTNER. W. P. WALTON, 1 k fc5&t) I jun piiis-njrer- v toeug-CPPtioii- H fat&ir i 1 lr. dif-lere- nt ie I- W&, T -e fiaii ES'NERVINE . I ( j I i . . . t i . ! j - - . 1 - tli.-M- - f1tuw-c- ik-tp- er-riage-s, 1 us-- e v tki.ve. hu'iti.k 1 s. te WEBSTER .' e onto.cii & AVEBSTERS 2&SrWs a ifsaM. . tr.ivn a H-- in Itc-tll- tl fellow-suburbanite- s, 1 1 1 ah-senpers nc-Ur-- richly-dresse- a-- Bit, JYJfi' 'M iniweprrM-nlutio- n h fort $ in-sui- d If Harper's "Weekly. on-I- 11 t u! x, nt!l i e, fstl ri - -' i ii . tt-- CMS. 4 4 1 . K i i but-no- rif 1 1 I it i, b- jwI-iHi- cc ' 1 1 1 MJi -- te3 I .r an-.i- li I g ! Harper's Bazar. ILIiUSTBATED. -- 1 - th'-ii- ! tin-Kno- ' i r ens-toine- e I . 1 AIHII.-- I I i IIMPER'S rrd-face- .... 4 I ui-u- t (1 I 1 r 1 I car-stable- s, k pott-ortic- o , - , . 15 i "' ' wfoyEWfc,i' fhf".i -- t,mVTrWm' "'r vr W TO A SPRAY OF n MISTLETOE." A DOGS TURNED Pack of lloiinil WILD. Onni Ono jrnrupi iiImim) tint iltxir You It ii ii ic. iiihI kin wiw tlmro. I MjkimI licr tlii'ti, Iwiitmuof xou, tliu otulr Aud then Ia ciihihtm Mii.uiit)rr. Wlilrli lluvn lUrh to HlTitRrir. CHRISTMAS CoprrlRht. 1B31, THOUGHTS. Asnuels-tioa- .l PAKSON TqIob Told WASIIlNtiTUN. Pros.d-.n- f hy American 1'rrw uiii dks IT;; jf I' " 1 I im T -- V1 vCTEW' j" HW P X.Wi ki t.,sf''Al if-- f iV &J M I 'M .&. ks i.r v Hih ifflfcJSI " r" . , rfff ; j " Ay-- We Mtt Nltil Ami thiit, lifX'iuiMt of )mi oih'h iimre. nrmt"l rtMnt litr wnM. TJU Im tlkxl H IbrnifHt f )nu kW) hr. wo liitalM Per 1ln HtMtttMW Ami lr mmthH i' H lunt uf vwtt. iNlt la UK'. Tom M.IN40K. jmr.umi llr "P )m ruum. 4 I'm Mill, ', lit,. I'rulli Aliuiil It. 'Ml, CI A (Cfik. JS5r nrj" 7 jvj jvi "3 i ' i i v i.rw 1 .- w$ A a in - tct' - i1 - yiVW4 --T "- T tS - niL-riJJS. r.o.T.rvSxa .V?wn- - mm fe;''iflj7r F VlIX . SnirT Vj,Ht tin j.Mt think ha m litollr invilil nn- - U illu with Uiin hi )oNtiinir how. on CiiriaitniM DiuImwii) -- H! hit! M ym k him if he hml n jinlA atfint ton? Stuffr V- - Hf Ki'l wu; I hut he tail .w lrnt ' i A gradya 8gnint Ibv UuIUlr CHRISTMAS APHORISMS IHM THfilion. wIk liel bfon tb miiMkt of l)w 8kco.1 rrinnry, ilenerri CAnoniiiiiijt, tf for nothing elw. for ltwli- luting (ltriktiaM m n Utirx h liwn tun oiWrnUl i'vr .MxVinir ialidr. tiii fir morw Of lnt in all (Jlirfa- -, Imu'Io. mimI taw ifirMt iitnr hnpi4-n-to children than any inr in tliu ii-- t ks w chihlmt Imjuty is ynirs. Cbrtittuttw hM n ilotuwtic nihI iurryin)cintr liolitlny Uwn n rviiiriott on. Hnt it h tvli(fjoo iii the Ixt muue, riuc it is h tU Of IMU' HU1 mt, HIMt OfXMt tb liiiirt to hamuli needs hihI hawitn nyni-(Mtht- tatice of Chrtotiitmiy. lrou For some time there have been reports of n Mrniige band of tinhnala which was (leprednting on the fanners It tit the northwestern part of K.:nnft. was HuppoMMl thiit It was u new kind of wolf, but ns the animals were very wild and wore only .seen at long interhad of vals, no description could l them. It haa developed, however, that ltistend of hcitt(f wolves it is a pack of wild hounds. 'ITiey have evidently at Home time Ven left bv man and have returned 1 u savnire ftate. A mnn named Withers who bed Inst a eolt and was searching for it had occasion to camp out in that pnrt of the country where there were no i(Stki and while In camp the band of v ild animals Ida plnce and raised such n noise that he bhot and killed one of them. The rc:t of the l:nd ran oiT and ho brought the dvud into camp to stive its skin. lie was inneh surprised the next morning to find that he had n dead dog instead of a deud wolf. The dog wu evidently a foxhound. Withers t'loit-jh- t tluit this might give n clow to the strange noises produced In the animtiK and concluded to sttay simI Invest i etc lie staytsl amuud there all tie.' t day, and ct night was again visiUrd by the anitn-ils- . lie artsl them off and nolijcd the direction they took, and next morning followed their trail, lie traced tlmi to a rocky hill, ami then found that ilio inatle lhir home ile counted sixteen kgi which were hiding in the rocks, and ho!e. and clef In in th thinks they have evidently sprung from doe that have been cIcmtUmI by tlielr muster. CANADIAN INDEPENDENCE. I I'lipiilT vi'iilliMi'iit riiiriillii (rum i.rrut tint tin. M.inv Amerlcnns will loubtlefi lw snrprisel to learn. iv W alter ltlaek-burllarte In an arti on "C'niiHdinu .loiii'iiulit uml .loiirn ilisni " in the New how many of the l.us'land M.iguri s K.eling editor of 'tMila a. Wing in f or of the akd.loii of a continental comncnial nicy and otuplete sepi;r..lin from (Jreat UriUiln. Nothing could show more distinctly the drift of the pojralir sentiment in the dominion, for evcrylMMly is aware that newspaper only ivlm miblic opinion, awl do not create it, nowadays. A few yearn ugn then was little tolerance in Csnada fir any man who dared to speak of tV poiUHity of severing the sentiment tl tie biMiing thu csmntry to Ore it llri'ain Now I'uhh-dia- n Indepcmloiu-- Im one of the strongest of tiopular appeal T1e sirotig o,isii.m of the eonserv-aliv- e party io u.iythin r lil.e free tmdu with the Cnitetl Slate K hasesl upon the contention th it isjmplctc Indcpeudeueti of (treat llritain would rcmilt in an absorption of Canada by the (rent The h'.iUinv Journalikts of the necessity dominion uniti i.i of Canada belon.r.g to this eontiueut economically, and some of them tire willing to admit to their cotuuiuienelo.s that If such klentinoutiou of the coin-m- e rein interest of the two ooutitrieH Involve jiolltical union, then polithinl union is desirable. Such an undercurrent In the newspaper cannot be 1 Mir-roundfull-bloodan-Inia- ls From hoavon to earth nt tilght'n IiIrIi noon There flnnlasl a rny of .icrcl flro. And Xntaro's vnlie huh nit With MiintH of wi ft ileslru. O wiiadron nWit! () holy mora! When tHvicuatnl liunmmy icro Imrn! The antlietns of nil nntains rlns Orer tbo hum from nleiru to shnre: Tlie mij the lirlittna Joy bolls Itx of tho First Ancastor. Out a H-o- 3 I'rrjudlrlsl Tradition Vendor .MtlUo Him l I Try to V Danlrl Vr!)tcr Del. tor. rllotr a u WHITES HAS LED ALL (PREPARED BY Pur-lcig- h w KMmmmmmmmmKizrTi' 1 CREAM VERMIFU fr& f Kehoea fom urutorp. Thy Imbj ImtaU C'omhI arasp hihI hold m omay IuhhIhI l aliktu in e ery May Unlrnc tlmuelatsand klmlness away Tito MHilrt of moil to quiet rout, I'hr rhrlit wan born tmUtr! Ixit bltturscM and etiry ceiaa. And all IlisehlMrea bent tieurcl ltr-nt- 0 ChriX. to thlak ilny Jo x eplrit of this ClirlntniatM, Alilde with nn. and kIvb a siaor To conquer wpon e ury side Tbo tattle of life's lio-iAadKrant that nemay knovv with Then Tlio Juy of Imnxirtallt) '. llKi.av S. Covant. O OLD TIME Mini" (Jiialnl RHYMES. I'oiki-- Clirl.lnim Da) a. of Ollitr It wiih Thomas Tusner who, nearly three and n half centuries ago. advised till .icoplo to at ClirlttuiM jiln) and innke hwmI thor, Knr OirUttnas etaam but once a uir, ill his ipiaiiit IsMik, entitled "Five Hun-dred- e Poiutes of (ba--l Husbandtie," but it was irt- - iiuis to this that there had been a niock play called "Alexander and the King ot l!gypt,"th cnnclucinu of which is tftvett in Hay's "Collection of Proverbs" us follows: CtirUtmiw romp Imt oim u h )ear. Anil w ben It comes It IhHors Rnsl elwi-r- . Hut wbeu If warn, Wn uover tlw . Niite-oii- nr HurkrsiH U itqHlvaleat "tliro uwh) on r old elclki."l ind limine Harkrain. tI i t doar, itn ! to n Again, in a rare tract uibHsliud KJdU, are the linesilam r ami nintf anil Itieke xood - in abi-vr- , 1'or ChristmiM comnt Imt once a year, errat them-vlv.-- llerrick. in his 'Hesperidt,M treats: Of Wind ami of the utrw That oiiuk tiu'ii liaa In slioim tbn Mnr: Of A h drapes, lu tin uhb--h ye nao HuoIkohIk and wives bt trvakes to rbiMtn laurt-ll- , Of sUlrli fort Himlit A lfiilnQA barst Io jour rroumU. .Magazine A writer it The (tenth-mafor May, 17S. tells ns that "the drinking the Was-io- l Iwwl or cup was. in all trrolmhilitx, owing to keeping Christmas In the saim manner the) had liefore the Peast of Yiil. 'lliere was nothing the s Tht Of ('hritmaMMM-t- , hi, tt iiunafter hutr. tb Vnsell ttoeW c ic. i.r.-'in- v tl' northern nation & i mnch delighteil in as caronsing ale, esHciall' at this season, when fighting was over. It was likewise their custom at all thvtr teastw for th mast, r of the liotii-- to UU a large ImjwI or pitcher, to drink out of it first himself, and then give to hint that sat next, and h it went around." in Poor Robin'-- , Alins.-'.-" for 1077, in the lagiiiiiuig of DecemlsT, e. oberves: Num IiIik k tn(lfti IhU tlmo rw;airs e '(isiUKt i 1 mis-take- n. wliirii sahittrj advice is still to lie heed-is- ! in northern latitudes. The Yule log fiitros hirgely in all the jKs'try of the Thirteenth, Fourteenth and Fifteenth ceiituties, and of thu. llurrick Hys: Come, I ' tn ulth a o4-- bridtnuut for to make wssl Art . o, mm of doiug mm'Ii an not will iuapirv us . to do other. hikI m nanctify tlw iIhv n to umk it ttviT wl-iur- . ChriitmitH is nlwn)e MMuiciMttHl with who, wintiUtr rrnrltl th ifxxl iii(5fwlor iimti. wiih the pnrait. kimlmt, noblest hxitiK tbxt linn walkwl th I'tirth. JIh lwd inpirrl love in Mint mih! xinnw, in devotee mid (.kt'iitic hlf. .Men may wningU lom creJn; hot aliont lianlly ami hid lHMtutiful lifw tlMMHti-Hi- i ln any difftrenc of ofumon, for lw jtitieil all who iirred wml ln)Ve to lifwl every aching heart. I-m Tim inot nMtiufhCiory wy to olwvu ClirintmiiH i to do nt lent on froml HCt to MMiitt of owr fellow. Tin onarioi ' VICTORIA'S FAMILY. I'urtj" of 'fhe Itrr JaiiirM Qiwch UruHilchltitrrn 'IImoh In All. There are, besides her own childrtm, forty gniwlchildreu and a rapidly progeny of great grandchildren. Here are the grandchildren up Vletorit hns a large fumlly. wvrt , inirrhi boys, liri.uitHH Idtg to thu liriwc, lute no lesnl Isvao, sUa Hid t all be fr.- dHdtrtu-- ; Ami drii.k to j our he-fl-' 'Witli tin-- btot Uros'l M I ltbsik,nHwl hlbt Kor KikHl mur.iu. In' bin tmtlHK, , .a jour Milterlis vV-- )rV 1'uvt kHt.-- t Uuk am) OtH ' todat" I'riiusa UmpcmfWillu'iu. IVinceChHrlottu, s ,ah ChnstniNxi tiHa r ! lias rotiM to tatMl fur theology a fi'Htiviil of love. Tlwrwfore all men loeit, for thrcnhoni the HMivurtv lovo ia la; of love and is worhied for ita own Mke. A clear conm.ine fwrnisbea tn best digestion for a CbrisUnwn dinner. Christinas it. a day k fortn yood resolutions. It Is easier to form them on that or any other day than to keep them for a single mouth. No roitMientiowi jkerson can enjoy his (Tiriatiuu dinner if h know anybody else within reiwh to be hwiigiy. The i'oiiMionstteM that vs havs u'ven food io tlw neiKly (irorides ns with Uw flntt of gradually eolred out )t Alla'it William Henry, I'rlnce Sigismund, I'riitersa Victoria, l'rincc lnnlerlkti, I'lineoM Waldeiiiar. I'rim-esMurgnrut, all Sophia ami the Prince belonging to the llmpres Prederiuk. Tho prince of Wah-- lit s five children, A Hurt Victor. (Seorge, Ixmisc Vietorhu Victoria and Maud. The Princesk Alice has icveu, hhuiu- ly. Victoria, Ulixubeth. Irene, ICariwst, l'rcileriek. Alix and Mary. The duku of Iwlitibitrgh i quite in the shade, with only five, namely, Alfred, Maria. Victoria. Alexandria ami s new t best nunc ' re. Cut tbo Mbltr lusfa Iihim The Hhilr tb niwit - a.shiiMldiair. tbe rare miiMti tto And tbe jjlnm stami hy To Ail th imIu tbat' Al.IIKKT P. SotnitwicK. Una. ' la tb lm I'r Can't llimi loo .M u Ii of ii Gocvd Tiling. A. Ml ' N U- - .. JCaAV- fiv-'tyj-!l" - - 2r lleatricr. Si iiettte. C'hriHtinaa theology, lrom Ciirist and ins. In tluiM) inictioal and lti.Minonti days it .niiRlit niKiiily that wo ahonld try to tinitnto Chi in dealing with the niii of inankiiid, who are uaiutlly mote ur luni unfortiuwite. Iiy m denlinj; with them weahnuld niiikiiall dtiKChriktiiiiiadayt. It is hotter to he a ChHatmab turkey on the tuhltt tluiu a Chiiatiuiis yoose at -' waa formed, in thoeni of it , tllO trthlo. .ll'.VIfS HtCMtl liHUWNIE. I'urtlirr t ii fur It. Bridget Shall 1 tnko tlie Christiuaa mistletoe dowtj from the door, miss? Miss Summit No. indeed. I aipect ' sovwal Now Yexs cullers. t The Prin Christian has achieved only Jive. They are named Christian, Albert John. Victoria, l.nnse Augusta and Harold. The duk. of Connau'rh has three, Margaret, Artimraml Victoria. Alice Mary anil Ixnipold a re children of the dul.e of Albany The I 'iinccs Iteatricc. dearly beloved n her mother, has four children. Albeit Alexander, Icopold Arthur, lcurla ami a new little prince that ' hns just dapped its wings above lul- moral custle.' dim of Nature' I'riinaM. d A monster xtuer was lately discovered during a round-uon the headwaters- of t'heyenue rier in Wyoming. The animal it seven years old, w ill weaigh I'lime on two thousand pounds, lias horns that will measure si. feet from tip to tip ami lius only three ' legs. The hind legs ate perfect, but in, one g, located in' front thete thu center of the ImhI.s on the part of the body between where the front limbs are on an ordinal., xteer ami is about the sue of two ordinary legs. r is wild and when dlscovcicd took the lead of a small herd of mavericks and shipped out for a hiding place. The held was 'rounded up and branded and ,i mail left in charge of them. M.MtrluiM-(- t lliilltui. Ily intermarriage with colored people the .Mnrshpcc Indians in .Massachusetts ha e increased to nliout four hundred. They oeetip, t. iVMTMition on the shore ol tlio lake in .Maishpoe called Ma'shpi ' by the ( ape ( od folk ( atauhnit. the chief of the tribe, i the postmaster, and nn Indian boy carries the mail to and from Sandwich Three islands in the lake tire owned by a fishing club, of which ti rover Cleveland doe .lellcr-mh- i, K. (likler, Alevander Wood, of Itoston, and t It .luifcrson uro i fiscal'- - W , ' ' I 'A I y$L Clara Did cttrd, deal? i' u I u get my Chnstmas three-lugge- p - Claude Yes; and I have always admired that caid wi much. 1 told Ethel Sviindowii when she sent it to you last year that I thought it was mi pretty. riaving ncertnincd who Oen Washington's last English ancestor was it hns taken a century and a half to do so his grateful countrymen arc now trying to prove thnt this gentleman, Itev hrfuvrenee Washington, rector of in was not a drunkard and a malignant In the Lnglish revolution of 1010. And my college classmate, Mr. II. P Waters, who la alwa.ts discovering something, has found a letter in the Ilodleinn lihrarj speaking well of Parson Washington, writes P. 11. Sanborn In tho Itoston Advertiser. The writer, one Mr AylofTe. about 1706, snys: "I doc not rcmem!)er that ever I knew or hcird of Mr. Washington before he had leen sequestered, but there was then one Mr Roberts, n neighbor of mine, who was owner and patron of a parish small that nobody would accept of his church (but with difliculty) and Mr. Roberts entertained Mr. Washington, wheie he was I suffered quietly to preach have hoard him a'ld tool c him to be a vcrj worthy plom man. I li ivo been In his cotnjHiny there, and he appeared a very modest sober person, and I heard him recommended as such by several gentlemen w ho knew him before I did. Ho was a loyal person, and had one of the best benefices in the parts, and this w 4i the onely cause of his expulsion as verily lielieve." Let it 1k remembered hy ".sequestered" Mr. Ayloffe meunt turned out of his parish of Parlcigli by the Puritans, at some time before IG.VJ, when this Lawrence V. ushington died. As this waa nearly sixty .tears before Mr. Ayloffe wiote. the latter must have been n j oung man when he heard the parson preach. Ile lived at Great , and the little parish ltra.xtcil in l.s of Mr. Huberts was in the adjoining district of I'raxted Parvti, or Little ISraxted. Purleigh is not farolT, and Maiden (for which our Maiden is named) is three miles north of I'nrleigh. Parson Washington was buried at Maiden in .Isuuary, lOoH, and four or five years later his two sons emigrated to VirHy piecing all these trilles ginia. to.jether we get at a sort of hUtory of this Ijawrence Washington, thanks to Mr. Waters. The Cnglish aucestry of Daniel Webster is partly known, but there is room for Mr. Waters to look it up further, lioth on the Webster side aud that of Hev. Stephen llachilcr, from whom, through Ids grandmother, he was deThis clergyman was also scended turned out of his parish, but for being a Puritan, which could hardly be charged against Webster. writer in the Transcript teli- - one of the numerous stories that I have heard about Webster's neglect to pay his debt.s. lie says: "When I was ,i clerk in an exchange otlice we received a oraft of a few hundred dollars on Mr Webster on sight for collection. We were instructed to present it to the eminent mnn for acceptance, payable at any future time he chose; 'tell him to specify his own time.' This was rather unusual and showed the great respect the creditor had for the distinguished statesman." Thio respect was natural enough, for Webster was at that time almost idolized by many. Hut it did not secure from the great man the paunwnt of the tlraft, either then or afterward. The Transcript correspondent goes on: "I politely suid: 'You need not pay the draft at once: take your ow n time; accept It payable when convenient, or He straightened when you please.' back, and, his penetrating eyes almost blinding me. said: 'You are the politest broker I have ever met,' and accepted it at once, 'payable in si.ty days ' My instructions were such that if he had said on its face, Ta. able on the resurrection day,' should have taken it and considered it honored. No attention was pw i to It when the sixty davs expired and I returned it under protest to the sender " It was the frequent occurrence of incidents like this w hleli gave ;snnt to the retort said to have lieeit made some years earlier by a witness in court w horn in iug. Iteing Webster was cross-exahis occupation the witness declined to answer: this roused Webster's suspicions and he insisted on a reply, which the judge told the witness he had gie. "Well." said the witness, if I must tell von my means of support it is this: make notes, get them indorsed and discounted, take the money aud leave my iudorseis to pay the note." Kver Iwdy in court expected some stinging reply to this, but Webster simply said: "Let me tell you, sir, that, although highly respectable, that is a ory precarious occupation." WORM REMEDIES F0R20 SOLD YE2: . i EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED RICHARDSON-TAYL- OR EVERYWHERE nse, MED. CO. ST.LOUIJ MO. :ri i MACK : HUFFMAN, Dealer In run! i wmam ) cqobs, desires to calljtlienttetition of the public to the complete line always found in his store. He can furnish ouw ith as nice a " mm To those who are a little behin in their accounts with him, he asks as a special fat or that thty come forward and settle. 1 lawi Chrismas Present aaaJWia AS VOL' COULD WISH. 1 REDUCTION -- IN- WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY During tho Holidays at v Be sure and call before buying- elsewhere. - SANTA CLAUS' SUPPLY Of Christmas :;,-,;-;: Tos $&?, :;; were exhausted before reaching our store, but we are headquartets for ;:::;, Hiraas, 1 silk A Select line of Ladies' aid Gentlemen's fine Custom - Made Shoes, Men's, Hoys' and Youth's Suits and Overcoats. Xicc line of Young Men's Stiff Iats, a nice line of Ladies' Jackets, which we propose closing out in the next 20 days regardless of price A beautiful line of cheap Rockers nothing nicer for a Hura, &c. Christmas present. In Groceries vc defy competition. Arbuckle's Coffee 20c package; Granulated Sugar 20 lbs. for Si; C Sugar 20 lbs. for Si; N. O. Su-- 2 z lbs. for Si. Highest market price for country produce. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. 6 Hello, Santa Claus !" Where can I 1IKLLO! 1IKLL0 !" find the Latj,cst of Holiday Goods? As-o-tme- Go to A. A. WARREN'S "MODEL, GROCERY" He has a Never seen in Stanford before It is worth a io miles' ride to see his stock. LIITE OF JAPANESE WARES 1 Walton's Opera, House, WAL,TOJ KROS., Proprietors. STA-IETIFOIRI- D, m 500. KZlrT.. Engagements with r Lai jje stage, plenty of scenery, seats good attractions solicited. I A flaeor ICoinoily. works of the city It often oceuts in the various gas , Hotter Still. I Tin-stee- ' j mem-hern- . Ji -- phyxiation, says tlie Philadelphia Record. There is a uniform remedy for all such cases audit never fails in nine instances out hundred and ninety-ninof one thousand. As soon as a man exhibits symptoms of being affected by the gas he is proinptiy given a Seidllt. Tliis generates gas in the powder stomach and as it is thrown olF it carries with it the noxious coal gas which Latgc supthe patient lias Inhaled. plies of the powdcis are always kept on hand at the dtlicrcul works for uso in such emergencies. YWiKlit or the f.raliu Tlie average weight of Hie brain of man bears ti dctiu'te relation to thu cli- mute in which he Lies, u higher brain weight licing found in cold than in warm countries In proportion to tholr stature, the Lapps hae the largest heads in Lurope, the Norwegians next, then come the Swcdeb, Germans. French First St. LoutB Girl I want to hang and Italians lu the Arab the head is nn my stocking on Cliristmas, hut I am found to be smaller than nn of the above, w hdc in the fur north there exafraid it isn't Lig enough. Second St. Lonis Girl Why don't you ists a people called Chugatshcs whose heads are remarkably large hung up your ear muffs? e the retort houses are overcome by the fumes i,f gas and are in danger of as- that men working in THE CINCINNATI WEEKLY GAZETTE, $1 a YEAR. . One Hundred Years a Family Favorite. columns THE WEELY GAZFTTK contains S-- 5 columns. It cry week, and on special occasions of the world in the most complete shape; gives the news the choicest miscellaneous reading and the best stories and literary tuatter that brain can produce and that money can buy. 5 Subscription Prioo $1 a "Tear. 1 "very Postmaster i.s our Agent. SAMI'LE COPIES. FREE. ' The Daily Commercial Gazette is unrivalled as a newspaper ami it is growing in popularity every day, which is attested by its rapidly increasing circulation. Addtess THE COMMERCIAL GAZETTE CO., Cincinnati. Nogu-ktinj; notl tury schemes tonne teil Willi thu paper . jLi,- - . jjU.! ' . ' i . A m Sr i i i m If ? K f It ; ; I. r FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Now is tho 8iwon of tho year when tho valiant Kentucky Deputy U. S. Mark G. B. Cooper bought of Carter & of ways end shals aiarch forth in search of fees and ; given the chairim Glvens OS owes at $:J.'-- 3. Mr. J. I. Tahk, (incitory iirovo farm, nome .,. means over Mr. Mills, who ia letdovn bring in a lot of harmie3s moonshiners, Haclne, WIk.,mijs: "Ancrtrjlne f 6TANFORD, Ivy , Deckmbkr -- . 1HJ1 wlth every known romrily, I irmowtl a lurKn lliinrh A. I). Hoot sold to Uifle k N'unuel-lethe ehMrmmiBlilp of Interatn.e who mint bo fed and cared for until r two ycnrn stanillng, Irom a a year old lllly, ' fcO soli'ct ewe at $5. Foreign commission. I. H. Mount Bpring by the government, Cornmo r j and with tlirioiiijillcutloiiHOf A syndicate of running horse breed u. .iv,k.. ' Uforum, is pin in biiu ..Ur a t TtlTM. l nrA;.n i!nn McCrearv second. Kditor G. C iivent, Into of tho bought the Lexington lace course at era tiuiuia, n in viut J The latter also nets a place on Colnmbinn Inquirer, has made an assign- nuction for !K,0Or. ItlHthobcittnreparntlonlJiavorveruwitorliHint ' licurtify rvvoiiiiiii'iKl It to nil llonvmun. ment, caused, he says, by buying too exCol. 1!. S. Strnder, the noted trotting of. Tiik appointment of Springer to the exposition. Two Kentucky HVA(iir huntlrctlt osurh (atimonuth committee on Ways j men, Kllis and Montgomery, et chaii-nn- d pensive machinery for his paper nnd horso breeder, died at his home near of the spending so much money in biH race for Lexington, of pneumonia. If tin ssruaaivii k jrotirrtmii,. Means does not have tho political maiiships, revihion of laws and !.50Mrlnttlr. s, ihIuhh- Mniw(.r.iii r rrlrmWiT M. F. Klkin Co. bought of Adam Kllis is Congress. The ahsigument will not afwar department. tUintt which is attributed to it by ditures of the 'irjrvfJ?.I?TnAtiR VK k Wliltchall, X. V, It. i:i))V .t Mont-b- y fect the paper at all. Pence an extra lot of heifers at -- 1 and a W1.V XuAl.v v pes3imistP, or by the timid, or even also on the latter committee and the MIIIIIIIMIIItlllllllllllllllllaMilllllMiiMlitllll fat con of W. L. DawMiii at . Undoubt-- , jsomery on way? and mean?. Tho other 601110 of tho conservatives. MT.. VERMIN," nOCKCASru GOUNTY. Si stallions will stmid the season of found the popular Kentuckians are disposed of as follows: rdly there is often number of ntreul iMnlHt l,O0O per mart' Axtel, Allerton, Our town has Umipposed to be theexemplar I'aynt. r m onelections and expenditures eader who Nutwood, Guy Wilkf h and Stamboul. cicMKiruiiciii. wie on: ....ii...,o.. nf H lamps now. II11ITIII.L Ul n klll i. 'I hut UStorv ill Ilfir Gfotge P. iiitl'o and may even ridge gets a good plnco on expenditure receipt of a Mr. J. K. McClary isin Bhows that thonuh the leader doctrine in the .Sate department, tftone- is again box of oranges from Dr. W. r. .Mekee, Thomas Xunnellev, have rental of A. If the .1:., i. 5.1...1 siirvives. ... ... .1 D KM)t his farm of I TO acres for 1512 for should be imposed for public on tne eommiuee on war claims ami nio Del, a ml, Flu. Hint Tlii- - thoworks lovers will have to if the .nestlon in-- , has a place on militia. Garuth is second tmrpotcs only be true; Dr. J. K. VnnArsdalo sold hU farm this foi mula bo a great one. en education unci is on merchant marine seek the outskirts of the village to make ' volved inthe election of Crisp, nor the! and fisheries. Goodnight is on jinlieia-defe- their display this time. of 100 acres to Jerry Mrlacoe at j60. It UILAIJ'.US IN then not ry. Dickerpon is on banking and Mr. J. W. Drown, who is "In the lies on the Milledgeville pike and is fairof Mills nor the change of the Kendall is on swim" at Aransas Harbor, Texas, has ly improved. Wavs and Means com-- j cy mid on accounts. 1L H. llronaugb sold to Gipt. Murmore than retard claims. Wilson is on merchant marine our thanks for lato papers. inittee will scarcely 111 hangford Station phy, of Tennessee, a combined horse of the "partv which h chare-- ' and fisheries nnd on agriculture and on M. X. Langford, the advance Lowes and improvements of tho Miecdn-crebought of W. H. Murphy a has sold his water mill and for i'.W aud on the K. ed with the high duty of keeping the Young Mary bull calf for 5X5. the poo- - sippi. Ilolman, of India ja, ia chairman a tract of land adjacent, for So.oOO. truth prominently before James I. Cube, who was made a rive in bis of appropriations. O'Farrell, of Virginia, Eight T. S. marshals wore hero a tde Tildenwasa lit exponent in tho adminin- - j of elections and Culbertson, of Texas of few davs since and searched in and millionaire by his harvesting machines, div of means of reform f li government, yet wie nemo- - ;..... ......... around IJethurum'n fruit distillery but and famous hv his horses, JnyKvpSee and PhnlliH, died Tuesday at Kacine, succeeded after Tililen had cratic partv The Glasgow Times has an excellent found nothing wroug. from the theatre of action. Cleve- article ndvocating Dr. John D. Woods Lamb and Debord, the joung men Wis. retired Chil-drentar-if- f In Cincinnati best shipping cattle land fitly represents tho doctrine of for the (speakership of the House. We who fought and dangerously wounded reduction, yet his party can succeed, endorse every word of it, but fear that euch other with barlow knivestwo weeks are steady at 4 to .", other grades ate even though Hill should be its nominee. the doctor's modesty will keep him out 8inc, are both on the road to recovery. easv and run all tho way down to K; .!.!..!. !.. !.. tiionuiirna , , Mr. .1. M. Maret, formerly of Gar- hogs are slow with bet at .'t.SV; sheep The meaning 01 winni w t of a oha5r , atly adorn. 2 5. . man men. rard, lias been appointed superintendent are rtive at J to nre greater Oilice rarelv ever seeks the man nowaThere is a horso ranch in Colorado everything, liko thip, measures muHt be days, but if it were to make nn' excep- of the twin citieV street railway, run- containing S.500 acres and MookiMl with men nothing. The treasury has been tion of Dr. Woods it would be a bright ning between Carter and Webb City, I.OO blooded Percberon man's. being robbed daiIt is looted, the people are day for Kentucky. There is not a better Missouri. imposed each year second- man or a more qualified one in the freight th law! horse ranch in America and ly, taxwj are In tho death of T. J. Kean, arily for the support of the government State for tho position than be. agutit ut Louigville, the L. A: N. Iums has a capital stock of The lwiard of control struck a blow one of its oldest agents in point of and primarily to make richer the pets administration. Tits newspapers are haying some Hrvii?t at one place. The agunt at winter races when itdeel rod thnt any nnd favorites of the oue participating in racing between cease. They will mighty nice things about our business at this point, we believe is now ehW. These enormities must Febrnary would heroafter cannot longer be manager, who is now enjoying a bridal IB coops of Sixtv coons of chickens, cease. Tho people and deceived. In the face tour with one who, niauypeople besides turkeyssix coops of geese, toureoops of bv excluded from running hcrses at all hoodwinked great public calamities, to check him, think is one of the loveliest little ducks and one coop ot gumuns rupio-ben- t faiks under the jurisdiction of the of such We haven't which is a holy and patriotic duty, it is women in the world. the shlpmentd of poultry from thife htnrd. The Inteet equine wonder Is a olt Five thousand folly to talk about the cause perishing, space to reproduce the articles, but we station fciucu tept. 15. Tabic of ambitious rivalry, have carefully clipped each one and dozen eggs were blupped during that tint, when four months and seven davs We bnve just secured a sample line of Towels, Tray Covers, because in the heat Scarfs, Silk Handkerchiefs. Mufflers, vrc, from one of the largest old. trot ten a quarter to halter in II sr-- o welfare of the people, they will occupy a proud place in bis period. to promoto the houses in this country, which we j. ropo.se to sell at wholesale priid. This liweoeioiia ynuntrdur to hy eir.iti KfJII UHI III 111(7 rn onomanmav behave illy or show a nilUJ' lmrtl uitil in Itia h""' if"nl lw.titt liVUttl tome excitement was created lmrn CJod, the ces. In this lot are sojne finer j;occii than arc usually brought to Wednesday when it was announced Gov. Stanford (nn of Electioneer and Wt nf magnanimity. Thank this market. amnniip mrtv is creater than Mills Mit. C. M. Mkacham and family nar that oil IihiI bcjeni.tr uc' in a wcdl being Hiriif, by Whipple's HambletnnlaH). following. Spring- rowly escaped death from a runaway acdarn by Kentocky Princ". Urwder and nnd Crisp and nil their borud 0:1 the premises of Count) Clerk Wc have a few nice depth ot 35 SiMirMrmtu. er may not be equal to his duties, and cident at Hopkinsville a few days ago. Miller in this place. At The Advocate reports the fade of! Montgomery may fall shoit in the exe- There would behorelamentntious among feet au oily subatance, with a ttrong Nreokin-ridg- e, the craft if the ecintilatmg genius of odor like coal oil, wrw btruck, and nuuiy at 3c, slop cattle at rrrd loN of of the work cut out for cution Meneham was stilled, even lor a shoit lid feeders at 3 2Jc, HO &. A l & many more feel "la- 3. ?ood 1.1 but the standard will not be A J A a k t KJC behove that before time. P C. Terhnne, of Mercer, nor will the rank and file waver. How of oil will bu reached. Uyx' time. bored that a of T. F. Alexander 20 John Lftltue, an old darkey IjyIuk bmiuh! highest, and on NEWSY NOTES. "Glory.Io God in the fat medium suar mnrs, IS of them and other items which wc do not propose to carry over if a prke will near this place, is not only known a mamc. at S1I0, mnd two IB hand horM)' sell them. earth peace, good will to man." "For I5x General John A. J. the man with a locked jaw, but is a ... ..!.,. ........ .. ..!!-- . Tl... I,' W . IIIHIH1-I is born this day in tho city of unto vou I ItlI4-PrK.n . f.xi. I I'. Creswell died at bis home at Llktoit, niiml titular, beine ;unot if not We keep the David", a Savior which is Christ the of 7 ncm ircnr Junetlou C'it , dog man place Md. setter or pointer, good as a us all try to appreciate the aold tn Writ. 'illiniaii for $W. It b8 Lord." Ut The at Millursburg burn- in hunting this deliwiv bird. In comJt.fJOO tres on iU gloiious blessing to tho world that Christ- ed Monday night, with ino?t of ittt con- pany with Mr. W. M. Gay, n short time mas day commemorates and strive to tents. UJL,1N since he pointed out 18 different docks, fiarntown Atwoolatton. show by our acts of kindness and love Senator Gibson warns ten millions froni;whioh Mr. G. killed 7 birds. 'A tr. Chik WliA'!y, c') ci the Saraioc to thoEe lees fortunate than ourselves, appropriated for the improvement of Amiuh, - of "Ktvai th ripen-oanumber of tho colored jK)pultion nre Racine laanv yar wrtlat- Owiaa't OwtWaM. I oi we are mindful of the that ot ladies' andcliikiren's shoes is the Mississippi. afraid of John, thinking he ta a voudoo. mHrattaci ' tfomxcmla ni Ifcc cwta bkawt to be found any where. Our stock which we enjoy. We can each sfavia, wiaapuffi id other Matt eslargiBitU complete, having just assorted up. Prof. Logan, of Lexinntou and MUs Fully one half of the families leavof us make somebody happy today and Mattie Welch, of Mcholas villi', were ing ltoukcastle for tho West and Southabout doing thus imitate Hin who unit married Wednesday. Gentlemcnfin want of underwear should (..vanillic what we- - lmve tn west return sooner o later to the land of good. Let us try it and then nil of us John Pettus. colored, of JSomnrset, their nativity. It often occnrti thnt they that line. will enjoy a merry Christmas and a hap who had a case of grip which turned in- ue the same 1kxis to return their When Hihj- rrns aelc, we paro brr Cntfrta. py New Year, which greetings we M?nd to hydrophobia, died Monday. Whtin Jk was a ChiUI, sho orlotl for Caturia. hotiHHhold goods in which they tcnk The largest and most elegant stock of KlSCKWIiAR ever seen in to each and every oue of our patrons and Wlma ptv Wntne MIm, tio otmiR to CartorU. H. W. Barker, an slu'rill" with them, tsorne families hnv Stanford. friends. Vltn fhc had CMl'rcn.&bogiTeUiein Caslorl of Bell county, is under arrnst at made the moves threu and four dilltji-e- nt charged with b''ing$l,700short would rather lose Gov. II11.L Bays he timefl and usually wind up their Consult your' interest and come and'ee us. j where they started his seat in the Senate than for Lt. Gov. in his accounts. travels by Hilly Meyer knocked out Jimmy from. Jones to occupy the governor's chair 150 minutes, much less 30 days. He wants Carroll at New Orleans, but it took him XKH ADVKRTISKMK.VIN Miss Mattie Williams has returned to teach tho bolter and traitor to his j 4.) rounds to do it. Four thousand peo- - from Nashville, wbirtre she has been on party a lesson that he will cogitate over pie witnessed tho mill. an extended viit. Miss Mil Maret, of .lames Linley, the murderer of his Columbus, Texas, who is attending Hamwhile making scales and paying mo 1SUSH, Henry Sturgeon, now in the ilton College, will visit relatives at Leb freight. The governor is right. Bolters of creation and are deserving Benton jail, stabbed himself five times anon and Mt. Vernon during ChriMmas. nre the last REAL AGENT, of no confederation whatever. Althougli and it is thought he will die. Mr. Samuel Myers has returned from In making restitution to the Adams Louisville, whore he has been engaged NECKWKAXt, COI.I.AZtS, bo will be entitled to pay as senator Ky. John Hoey in park work during the pist three from last March. Gov. Hill will convey Express Co, back to the treasury the full amount up turned over to it real estate and securi- months. Mr. J M. Williams is home I hive mite a numbrr i AKMS f r .lr of Oiv ties representing a million dollarp. to Jan. 1. for a week from his medical studies at very II l.luculn l'cFrnn ii' MlLui'lvin murovtii louiily Harry Oliver and Eugene Wyley Louisville. Misses Gertrude and Mattie c ml ell rkh Undt 301(1500 , Whun Gath wrote a few years ago fought over a dog light at a hog killing Weber are home from Hamilton College. CoMtwIcrics lunnms in ur frimi richurfc ihroLcali r, inrir anil lurtiplLtf and oi rut' tlipcuuveiiii-uipiithat Lexington was the "rottenest" place at 1'ockport, Term. A knife and n club Messrs. Harry Weber and E. T. Hsl, Ihm bung marktl iIkhC to our door, ihj on the globe, every man, woman and were the weapons used and both died them from Lexington. Mr. ar thaie- - lhn I ho IaixU of any olbar iixtit) elKrm ih the coun. tin Suie 'lli m- i child in the city wanted to take his within a minute. II. C. Gentry is in from Knox county ly aver milet from ten" kwyiTS, editors hcalp. Now preachers, he it checked with turnpike runmni: It is now said that the recently re- and kindly inform- - us that "Carter's Thrre net a public ruad cm inever iluection are joining in the eiy ported selling and reselling of Millnt'b and what-notmil MaccdaiMued oats" grew co thickly that they could cxriUK tdf LO.miy scat tltt We lute trie Knoxvilki Hratich ol thr I. .V N It ClTEfFS, GLOVES, place is n abomniable stench in great painting, "The Angelus," were ho that the Ftacked upon tho ground from K. dividing the county from KMt to V'vt and the not be tho nostrils of honest and moral folks. gus transactions, gotten up to enhance which they were cut. Mrs Brooks, the C. S. R K fruiu North to Nwlh; the K. C H. K Irom thi placn to Cincinnaci, i.roiiu tlic C. ft C). What everybody saya must be so and the value of Millet's works. lady near Maretburg who had a stroke t WiHcheitcr, kivih full acewt to the marU'tnol Lexingthe whole wetId. we have thrti) Unje H. Knight, the fellow who victimwe accept their word for it that of paralysis last week, has since died flour MilU the county tht(!teus imirlit , far all our gram right at hoij'i-- ; :uid the ilcv4ii. ton is a veritable Sodom and Gomorrah, ized many of the citizens of Middlesbo-r- o Jamea N. HeynoIdB and wife, of mtiitol the mountain region nf rtmtern and even 10 righteous men in il to with not with a building and loan association u boutli eattcrn Kentucky hv iailtn.idiaiid tliowit-lare at Mis. Proctor's. Bilev South by railroaus hai. inch a demand save it from destruction. and after filling his pockets skipped out, 3rS2NS, WOMKN'S AND and family, w ho moved to Texas for all kiinlof c erealt andcreated wnvilKler that wecan was captured in Dallas, Texas. enough for home cnnniiUon. nearly two years since;, are again inhal- carculy retain I'fce people ait intkpetou. genirakt and klad, Thk Louisville Times announces that According to the new adjustment of invigorating air of old Unckcas hvlievuiK in Christianity ami ediicntleri. 'I )iitc Mr. Harry A. Sommers, editor of the the debt of Virginia, the entire princi- ing the K not a ncifhlorhoxt in the foiinty but Iim a remainder g.od church and rhool-- mil Elizibethtown News, has gone to Wash- - pal will amount to only 1 10,000,000. The tie's bills and will spend the htunfunl, the county eat of Lincoln, in a . .. . Mattie May ...!- 1.of their days here. ne us leiegrapiuu little city nf inhab tants kin! ington to rate of interest for ten years iH to be 2 nnd Vinnie AdarriB an here from the In- - re.it dnorway about j,st Ninth and Nmlli-ea-it from the t there and takes occasion to pay tho per cent, and for 90 years per Bontli and from the NVrihcvft to outl.ea.t, cent. Loretto tchool to spend Christmas. nd tumUtiiz a it does gami riglit into the bright young journalist n merited comTalton Hall, a Kentucky desperado, of the iindevrloped mount mis ul b(iiilheatern pliment, lt is also understood that Mr. who has been weeding a wide row Kniliicky backed the wholi; Early in tho present year tho Cnicago region ol the State up byrailroiiili running through ut with Sommers will be clerk of the committee Norton, Va., was captured at Memphis t he- - it to all point nf the compant, mnLm it naturally Tribune made an investigation for bleated town In South fur that Congressman Montgomery will get and taken to tho scenes of his crimeB, purpose of informing itself in regard to one of the hetand other cnterprltes the mairnituile. marmfacturcs of for his support of Crisp. agitated Water Work are now as a reward where a mob promised to release him. the matter and among the points nboue the town aboutbeinir u till uncia rieht of mile For all of which good fortune his friends The passenger steamer Abyssinnia, brought out were these: Tho number there coulil be erected Water Work with ery little co.t that would kiipply a city of 150,000 inand admirers are duly and truly glad. of the Guion Line, from New York for of rnurdera and homicides in the Unite habitant with the pnrett and bcit water in the world. Our little city ha been newly of Phil- Liverpool, was destroyed in mi ocean States, reported in the newspapers elur the last few years nml its buiine house rebuilt H. C. Giiison, a aril rci Headquarters For adelphia, has just died and left it all. by fire. The passengers and crew were nn tho year 1890, waH 4,200, classified as idence will compare with larger cities of greater pretentions, Our merchants and tradesmen arc follows: Quarrels, 'J.ISJ; jealousy :)G; all prosperous ami doing well Wc have two hoped that be will not experience saved. The vessel was valued at It ia banks with a capital stock ot $400,000 that are liquor 480; by highwaymen, 21(1; prosperous and in a good condition the tortures of Dives, but the good book We have splendid schools. We have a Teinala killed, 71; insanity, 6!); infantiGreen Morris, wanted in Perry tel's us that Uib harder than for a camel College, a large brick buildinir. with over ion nn. of a needle than couuty for killing three men live years cide, 107; resisting arrest, 149; strikes, 1; nils ill attitfidance and under the prlncipalship ol to go through the eye Prof. J M iluhbard, is in a tloiirithinc condi 07; outrage 2o;duelH 1; un!n. We alio have a Seminary that is a jjood for a rich man to go where Lazarus ago in one of the episodes of the notori self defence, of lejtal exe- sc hool. with Prof II K. IHakemanat its heail. W.. e ons feud, was Monday known 4(51. The number went. nave one or the best i'ulilic school buildings in night arrested in the edgo of Clay coun- cutions reported was 102. Of theaa 43 this section of the Slate, with over 100 puptls in good private and Eijjkk IiKBVKS was rotten-egge- ty and lodged in jail at Barbourville. I,tBsii)iN(i were white persons, 59 colored and six attendance, school with other are excellent schools, you see our facilities We have eleeant church builmngs, representing A mob broke into the jail at Dewitt, Indians. All of the executions were for agaiu at Millersburg the other every denomination, with a full corps ot night, presumably for tho part he took Ark., before daylight and shot dead J. murder except four, of which one was of fiat class talent Jnd are doing a belter ministers butiaeis College removed from M. Smith, Floyd Gregory and Moee Hen- for rape, one for incest and two for ar than anv class of men in the city. in having the Male I have tried to make this statement as facts, coloring, as there. The eood citizens ought to band derson, a negro. Smith's wife had se eon. The number of lynching reported without anv exaggeration orand those who those who know will bear ne out, wish together to ferret out the perpetrators of cured a divorce from him and he and was 120, of which one waa a woman, 31 to buy pleasant hom.es at fair prices and locate surround-lngcowaraly deed, unless they do not Gregory induced the negro to shoot the were whites, 90 were blacks, four were among a good peopletowith all the best before pur- s the would do well call and see me chasing ltcwheie j Indians and one wan a Mexican. woman. tare for the reputation of their town. Semi-Weekly f -- Interior Journal! ;l x; u'-. Tl'ZL.1'!: jWlYE-SEEWJuy-Kjpt-- p I y W. P. - cial-Gazett- e. I Ow-ensbo- ro - QUINN'S OINTMENT. 1 -t- Couiiretf-chairmans- hip expen-piKnitican- ce t f,-lt - I 1 '., H 11 ll rn-oi- a i I pusi-uriic- u men-Ki- Min-in-la- - tas .. Severance & Son Ms. Notions, Carpets. Etc. j at curren-nersonnel'oft- at l, Dry ..:., i"i Gents', Ladies' and Shoes. Prices. s' Always Lead In Stylo Quality and 4 con-tlmini- n OurStock by Frequent Purchases is Always- Kept Full. 1 ' 11 low-ere- d 60-no- u DRESS DAT'T'PRMQ Post-mast- er no-I...- 1 11 4 tlrst-olao- post-otH- co DUCT TI7ATTT UHfUAT'C SHOES. ILmVllIN O JJilOl - blessed-privilege- s c u- (" son-in-la- II. T. ESTATE Stanford, 1 u'. OVERCOATS, I ! 'I'h-w- r. frr-lilu- r f rail-rM- il - I . lil. Heavy Underwear, Dress Shirts to1 s 11 1 -- i, 111 PitUc-burgJor-do- ut IIi!AI MOOT CIJII.1RICN'S h 1 1- Mii-se- a us curn.-nfjuuit-e- 1 .' FINE SHOE S. M'KOBERTS lo-01- Illui.-Cra- & HIGGOCRTS. thrc-fo- 1 111 B.K.&W.H.WEAREN Heating Stoves, Si'OO,-00- 0. hiKh-wayme- n Stoves, I French-Eversol- d -- Cooking Stoves, Stove ware, Cr. Stovepipe. (. V"' "' HVMMMM07VUMr:&aMtaMWLir4 KWP' & K-- ,MrUVrj Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 2."), Stanfokd, Ky., Dkckmukh K.O.WALTON.BUH. MEANS ISM Mana(or BUSINESS. Knukaviso bi'iuitidilly Rinl nrtistirn'.ly tlono ut A. It. I'tinnyV. nonse in now remly. torn l.i mid Hi'ttlr. A. I! IVnnv. IlAVKyotir untcli, dork nml jewelry repaired Bt A. It. Penny's. All work warriinli'd. Kk.mkmiikk thntHll silverware. wnti'liOR, rlnirs, Ac, lmiuhtHt A. It. Penny' will lie vngrnvnl free of rliurge. t 11 PERGONAL v'Oi.. Y POINTS. Ih Ih J. M.t ii iloun with thy ijurtu wrk oi w UinfHVIIlB Knp. Mhh. A. Hiippu. J. Waup Mi. V. 1. Tatii went to TticBilay. Mu. anh luitli the irrip. Mien Ki.i.M.v M, John IU1.U1U, HIhM.v Of re ilowti ! Somorni't, with her I'lircntH. Mif Ki.n May Saundeim wont to Danville Trnwlny. Cmt. J. T. Wai.i.hk In quit" fink at his home on Iower Main. Mirs Maiiy IU1.1. Vanov isvleitint; In Spencer comity. Mis Assik Hai-- Ih visiting MIrh Mfl. into Ctirrev, nt I.mirflMer. AFFAIRSr CHURCH Tun Midnuht Alarm haa not alarmed Mil. It. 0. Kniiiaman , J 11., of hexing m yt ami fiippone it haa cone to Ilev. John Hell (i ibson will preach Hi, Ih visiting tlio liuiutilo'krj. family wil pi'Wh. W hope M, at any rate, if it his closing sermon at tho Christian UfiiE .M.i. Uaitin ami itelfflrBt-gImhwhs not a" it repreKented church Sunday. remove to Pittsburg in a few iliiys. TM company wd booked the Mian .Mamik ltut;n:i, u Danvillu buttii-ty- , There's going to ho some mighty . Mih 01 ho-- t July. good music at the.Methodist church Sunim the of .Mra. It. S. l.jtlo. MiHS IIku.k Dk.n.ny id nt hoiiiu fioin day morning and night. It i harlly nwesiry for uh to nay it fdiool at ltiditnoiul for a few tluyH. Father Minn, a Chinese priest, and wt n.'Vr lay nil for Chrintmao, that MiKfts .Moi.uk I)aI(.iii;iity ami Annie ai a thoiinMid Chiistiaus were mascred as the I.ntkhiok Joi'iisu. Mill Ih by tho rebels during the recent outbreak Mniub went to (.ouiovHIu yebtonluy. inmal next wHk and all tho following in Koithern China. Dit. Jk-Amon, of .Mitliiltteliuru, ic AekH. t)ur errep-)iidt)iitwill phtaie ltev. W. J. Kllis, who is to take the holnlrtyH with hid jHtrciitr. o'lfrrc nud 'tf,rii theiuwIvtM accord-iud- charge of the Christian church here New Mih KnitiK AiiAMti, of Danville, wn Years, is to marry Miss Kato Dickeison the jjiieHl of Mliw K.1to Hail tbta wuwk. .Mna. M. V. Ki.Kt.N- will go to lMUUm muy intretit eoiMumptivoa to know at Georgetown on the oth. It Mis. ICIla IWckett, of Iiectorvillc, toiluy to vtiil t lior aunt, Mru. sue Sal- tht too v.on ladr at Huiitini;bur;. ter. lml., h has Ihom kept on a diet of hs hdt her ihildieii, husband, father .Mil Mi.NXtt: ItlM.iiY, who luth hteti doy mnl for minn time for congump-lion- , and mother to attend a theologicsl . She says tho I.ord has called ih rijodly itnproih and hopwH are nchool. tm lun ut lJoyle, nr.ivixl hoitiH rwovery. her to preach, but wo imapect the devil entertniiie.1 for tier nltiint nis U Iw woru than the haditioittto do with it than anything Mh. Laika .MoToMKjir, of MeKin-ne- The rrnu'dy else. of her ttittor, .Mr. Dr. dutwHUe, huw-viihtliu gflMt Miuiaters of the gospel should not I. It. Cook. "j, A itifiMTt-saytt that wltito VrA. S. J. niiartNul their Bible. The injunction is Kk ami Mrh. It. H. M.kiioXY a ml Pallium Hint htmiiy, o( (.ieorUiwu. fiHNl, not kiiw, my lambs. Osculation !s Marie, of OohniibiN, Temi., uriTftl Mr. r itoiii homo Moudity nidit, becoming entirely too common in the wfH A. It. Penny'. bitrilar a into bin hoiihe and ftwnrcd church. If men of the cloth commit Mum (iHOMHA Kihtuiv, of tin Goth- a Snr il Hatch and a itodtet lionk. f ulty, went to lior fcoiuu in Lndlotv Tli nmfatenr mnsl hare arrirotl in time suehonorH, what may he expected of us poor sinners- ?- louisvil!o Times. yeMeriliiy. to M'at thi uraionisoll as thy dropid At an experience meeting at Alii .M11 (iRoiKtB It. WkahknIh over from Ui oi'ket booK in thir hnMv to es ance, O., the young woman organist for Iks Lexington to rfiufMl lh Cap. the church got up and said: "I liavo Chrixtiuns. of thtt Indies of the ben led astray." The congregation wpb r Ml(-MHIM WaMUBM lM8 )ttl"M'l from peliool at I.otiivtllfe M ipoini th Trnenvill C W. 15. .M. A Mrry thiiiideistruck ami the excitemon't was 'iriatnm," nad a einl which cuni not allayed when a young man, win in ChrixtiuHH. alio had heuti going with, was also movwith ow k thu larKfl and felitt ( niaeuo'K', I. P. K. McDoxai.0, ed to rise ami say: "I want it distinctly ver aaw. Mjn IMIe Cash ii ' liren HtMMiite1 rnilway mail eUrk o it and to her ami her thoughtful understood that the young lndy hss thin division. wo tender wtr heartiest thanks. nothing to aM)logice for." He then sat Til k Coiirier-Jomr?my that V. A. It ia not often that a way far im: man is down with a dull thud and the meeting Collier, win of Col. Dan Collbr, in vry so remembered by Midi an excellent broke up amid ureal xcitement. 'ill in Ininvill". to the editor of Col. Ingersoll's ii jmrly of ldte. Mil. YV11.1. MiA.vai.i v,of the Unlvfrni his paper, the National Ikiptist, ty of Tennessee, la uitli IiIh rUtei, M1n wirda have jowlo their Tim new Hunting hut scurmious: "I am a Uiurii MeAnaliy. for few dayn. appearance. here are two siw, one the colMkhh. ItoHintT Lylkh, (i. It. Cooper, Unw r than the old ones nud the other practical Haptist myself," writesmorning. a biith every Carroll I'eiil ami othura nre enjoying a Hiualler. The small card U whltu in col- onel. "I take My form of baptism is superior to yours, hunt in Caaey county thi.i week. or and intended for iim by ladies. It is because I use soap." Dr. Waylund, who , Mimkh Liy11: ami Naxnik Hoei-Kf.' l.Vi(S by I 5 10 inches. The Uruer word that lie did not of lancaster, jmneil throndi to How-lit- cinl is the same color as thh old MIc, is sick, M'nt him know his name was on his mail list, and (truen to npetul the holiilaya. hut wS1! by (1J inches in fiiu. The was sorry that the receipt of his paper Mil. C. H. Pink, oi I'o8ton, airivetl at the head of the curd is also should have given otlense. This soft anyeMteiday. It heuina to look like he has oliatiL-eiTin stamp contains a portrait swer completely surprised tho scoffer ileniyiiH on one of our Iovelint drln. oi (iemtiMl (tram. and he wished at onco that ho had not Cai-t- . II. T. Mti.nsH, of the I.. A N. been so previous. dt VawI Kii.i.tn. A diaprttch fnmi has none to upentl a nhort vacation with Itev. A. J. Kissdl, pastor of the :M says that James M. Thompson, friends in South WrMem Kentucky. Lutheran church, Louisville, preached y, MiHhHi Fanmk SimnkhIh over from iimnnijer of the Nickel Plate Coal Uernstadt, diot and in- a hcrmon on t!icco last Sunday, in at Hamilton and Dollie McKohertH from William lintnn, a miner, which lie took strong grounds against few day. stantly ki;-DauchterH College, to iwml He estimaMk. 15. P. Owhi.kv has iiiovihI to too who was 111 Thompson's employ. Tie tho very pernicious habit. ted that Ji'Hl.OO'MXX) was annually ex IS. Penny up over n hettlemeiit. Iihm ditlh'ulty Myera IIouw and Dr. V. weed and that taken the house he vacatml on I.uiumh-te- r lyiulou and two friends tried to liitimi-- d pended for the lllthy was spent in Louisville alone. He TtiomMin. Iiston was a sinde ntruet. Said he: "One bad habit begeta anotht a number of Stanford people I in in and l.ad been around Ivast tifiTB several yehrs and was considered a er and the man who uskh tobacco will tended the Walton Cook miirrinp1, nt soon acquire a tante for spirituous daneromi person. Hiifltouville, Wt'dnomli.y, as had an the lupioro. This habit lays him ojien to weathor ina. We are in receipt of a thu acquisition of others until in the IJotii .Mil. T. It. Bi:i.i., who Iiuh been enuau dihpatch from li. I! WilliiiuiH, at Kant cot all o! them, besides a ed in thiHcouiitv for the lnsi 12 mouthi, IWiifta It telling of tho double killing end he has weakened intellect and a wrecked to enjoy the oeri back to Wayne that occurred at Altamout Tuesday: boilv." holidays with friemla. James Peiiticoiik'h kept a boarding .MiM. McDi'd Ai.D and Minn Maud-- ' DEATH'S DOINGS. hotifie, where Hiram Dees was boaidin. return their tlmiika to MitH An- Last Saturdav they had some wordu The Advocate notes the death of nie Uronaudi Kndeioan for biiostautial over the a mount Peuticoudi claimed Cornelius Nevius, a respected fawner, ChrivtiiiaH prcbeuta which came at a win due. Tuesday the quarrel was re- aged S:l. tnout opportune time. newed when Penticoudi shot Decs in Col. Iteeso H. Ward, after four days' Mils. Sam.ii: 0. Tiu'kiikaut, MUh Mathe head and in falling Decs pistol was illness of pneumonia, died at his homo ry Myera and tho charming little vocal-inthe hall passing thrnudi MiwiNodie Andrew?, and MihS Annie Pmittcotidt'a heart. When bystanders at Crab Orchard Tuesday at 8 a. m., in age. He was born Cleovea Myers, all of MillerobuiK Col- reached them they were both dead. tho "I'd year of his in Wayne county and in KSU married nrowith Mr. S. S. Myera. lege, Dees was a sinde man and Pcnticoudi Miss Nancy Mcllargue, of Laurel, a leaves a wife and several children. CITY AND VICINITY. dose relative of the lato Sheriff of PuShe died K, Perkins, at Crab laski, who was assassinated. The store of W. Wastkh, fiOO Turkeya. M. F. Klkin was robbed on Tuesday night, in lSSti and in lSvSS ho married Mrs. Kva Orchard, A Co. and the safci blown open, from which Smith, of Ciab Orchard, and she with Uandilh, oraiiKCB, nuts, Ac, at J. II' was taken from to $:00. Tho eafo seven children of hia liist wife survive Fobtei's. Hou. Sam Ward, of Livingston, Win. door was blown oil' by drilling above Wurd, of Paint Lick, It. G. Ward, of lower hinge and inserting powder. A coTTAOKon HiiMtonvillo street and the Loudon, Mrs. Kuiina Lutes, of Kirks-vill- e, for rent. J. An entrance to the house was effected two rooms in my residence Mrs. T. A. Greabam and Mrs. F. by prizing open the fron. door. This is It. Alford. the second burglary in that town with- Ii. Clill'ord, of Stanford and Mrs. Salhe McGee, of Crab Orchard. Tho remains Tiik McKinney llroa'. Koods aro arriv- in a week, the first being at Mrs. doors next when Henley McCluro was rob- were taken to Paint Lick church Weding and they will open their bed of foo in a room in which be and nesday, where after a sermon they were Tuesday. . brotber'slept. The tool s used in the laid to rest in the cemetery there. Col. treat his Tuk Presbyterian Sunday-schoo- l store burglary were from W. P. Tatem's Ward was a member of the Methodist instead of Christmas will bo shop, but George DeBord, thu famous church for years and was a tine eld geneve, as stated in our last. wag of that city, says that he knows Mr. tleman, hidily thought of by hia frionds frequently honored by the republiA fine stock of koocIs and a valuable Tatem to bu innocent of complicity for and e he was never known to perform so much can party, of which he was a leading Koqd will can bu h,ad at a reasonable member. exertion for so little money. by applying ntUhis oflice. rol-ntiv- k It Is reporled that tho father of Wtn. t, explosives I.nn(!Hton, who was killed at Kast Kiiik ciiAfKiiiia and other hfiH served a term in the penitenwere poitivdy prohihlted InHt night. tiary for killiiiL! a man and an uncle cf bin waa liunu for a like offenHe. Dav Hoaiidkuh Wantkd, and 0110 room with board, at Mm. Kate I'noF. W. F. Uiiksm advertises an Dmhlenu'ri, 011 Lancaster street. to occur at tho public school preen building at McKinney, by thu pupi's of It i raining ami warm and Wo hope it the school, on the nidit of Jan. H. It Chrinhni, ih proiniheil. , will consist of stump speeches, will a nt graveyard. di.domieM, pantomimes and charDo.v't iiiish tin concert next Tuesday ades, ami the proceeds will ho applied niuht. ymir ticketa now for re.erv-e- to the purchase of books for tho library. Hont(, at Melobertn' druj: store. Pop, ular prit h Tiik Kobstmi Concuht. The musical Ha-- 1 Morn ilit tiiiltvc and the acnilemy enti;rlnininent to bo iiiven by Prof. muhate diw.1 nil the fith of January. phael Koester, promises to be the of Ii(. It. F. HtMkeman will Hpcnd hiw sical event madetho season. The atup nf hridit and is ahoit rural i"ii in luinvllle. tractive numbers and will surely please Tiik ejt.wlMut now Willnnl Hotel, everybody. Tho playing of the string l.'iitiM'ille, mill invltnliniiH to ita orchestra will be an attractive novelty. pitroiH to tkf Ciiri'tiiiR'' dinner with Tickets are now on sale at W. 15. Mo- it, when an uniiKimlly comprehomive Roberta' drui; store. Popular prices. apreiul uitl ! made. Wk have recently bought a complete T110-imlditel to me will jnfer a stock of groceries, hardware, queenswarc, areut favor by railing and nettling with- woodenware, Ac, and come before the out Jiaviiiir to hi dunned. I need the public with every article new and fresh money to curry on my nusim'B and must from the cities, and ns wo have no old have it by .Inn. I, or nooner. II. C. Itu stocky to carry, we will endeavor to make pley. prices that will be to the interest of to call on us. With our past Tnu ICrcydtipic tia llritntiica, offered experiencii. in the business we think wo by iih in coniH'clion with the Intkiuoii know what tho trade requires. ChII on Joihn.m. a year for $7 GO Ih oiim like Will be us, next door to liotcnkcM. Call and aee a hut of 'M of ready for bti'dniss Dec. 31st. McKinney of the beet and cheapest bookH ever Ilros. printed. Ilern-Btaded -- Thk top nf the mornlnir to von. -- COME TO- - enter-tiinme- nt m The 11 lew H A U . Cash Store will do. s of t Tr t m e recita-tioiiH- nd ski: wiirr jioxky et d m m m idafih dy Wy Ami will never M lo. wavs Told the world, and why not he n it j,M-er- It creates the tteain that runs the engini power in purchasing pro-Kr.im- DRY GOODS, FURNISN-IN- GOODS, BOOTS, if-ii'- Hl NOTIONS, SHOES, ami HATS ? Come and liy it; then if you aro not plencd. return to your first love. I will not give anv prices, because I pi of or you should Should sec the stull'. 1: I WILL POSITIVELY KEEP NO BOOKS, And all shall share alike thu rich, the poor, the great, the strong, the week, the wNe and fooll-h- . termined to Money will tell. I am de- zb-ctixj- Id tt:e .a. biiMiic-s good IS post-ollic- e. If do-- e attention to fair dealing and low piices will do it. so come to the store next to Farri and Hardin's in tho ' CotTcy Hotel and see me. IHE-CTCBSHE- cash tikaidh tJP1 m m. giu-H- -- iuel k I y. - yeU-t-itay- y, r. "CoMM-tMiw- H tiir-kr- y Tiik New Dictionahy. Th answer of th publishers of Webster's I'nabriilged Dictionary to the attempt of pirates to cheap steal their thunder by phototype productions of the antiquated edition of , is the publication of a new and completely re edited and enlarged edition of tho authentic Unabridged, which as a distinguishing title bars the name of International. The publishers have expended in the last 10 years over SiOO.OtX) in the preparation of this new liook be for issuing the flrt copy, and the improvements of tho various editions siin- - that of 1M7 of a million have cost ovr of dollars for editing, illustrating, typesetting and alon. The new Dictionary is the best bonk of K Had in the English langu.ige. It unlocks mysteries, resolves doubts, and decides disputes. The iosession of it ami the habit nf consulting it will ter.d to promote knowledge, literary tastes ami social refitiumeiit. For every family, the iiiemb-r- s of which have mastered the art of reading, the purchase of Wdwter'a International Dictionary will prove a piotiuible investment, an 1 the more they advance in knowledge and cul'b'Hilon the more they will appreciate its aid ami worth. 1S-I7- Stanford Female College. ' J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. I ' Fall Session Tuesday. September ist, iSgr. Full corp ol Coniervalory and Xormal School lea- iiers. S,ipnor ill Literature, Music and Art. Kxcdltnt boar.linw- - departmpnt. CatatoKU't an I c rolars furnnncd on application co-ir- Go to J. B. FOSTER Tor nes-SMufs-Or three-fourt- hs Cand & anges Lentous, F5s, Zalsins, Canned Goods of Ail Kinds and Every thing youN33d m the Grocery or Hardware line. C. A SINE Stanford Lumber Yard, The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. J. N. MENEKEK 4 ao:ite -- 11 1 n: de-si-uu l. Hern-Hta- Coin-Min- 11 d Ol) IJerii-std- Kii-i.Ki- -- to-d- av Mc-Dual- d There are men who never My a bill L.U132IS13R, SASH, without groaning. Such should not be DOORS, the ciuo. The man who gets credit gets SHINGLES, BLINDS, a favor. Giving tinio for piyment is SIDING, Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. iiHTuly an accommodation 011 the part of the creditor. Yet, it is too often the case that the debtor seems to be laboring under the impression that the We carry a full stock of everything found in a is the case. The collector is frequently subject to abuse so often that Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract collecting is considered the most Jessa- or building. kind of employment SINE & MEMEFEE, Stanford, Ky. mine Journal. Stockholders' Meeting. What's the use of McKinley bragging The Warsaw Independent tdls of a a 'bout the payment of the T.irill Tax by wonderful discovery made by a farmer A of the stockhoMers ot the National the foreigner when the IIostoneFe living i.ear that place. A few years ago ll.inkof Hintonvllle will be held at their batikinc hoiKein Htmonville on the second Tuesday in had to pay it tight back to him? h found on his farm a tree which, inJanuary, ih., for the purpose of electing nine Director to fcrvotht- cnuint; stead of growing round, as all, well reg- Newport Journal. 81 J J W. HOC Kr.R, Cashier. do, was a perfect nquare. It ulated trees Miles' Narvo anil Livers Pill struck him that this was just the thn Stockholders' Meeting. the liver, cl on a new principle to r imncn tiiroi(;n ttie nertra. A new for railroad ties, and he 6et to wc cure bilioutti.covcry Ur cultivatj it. He now has a tine grofi f no! hail mile, Mils' Pill speedily constipation. torpid liver, pile, A .11tin nf tm uln.l.l..t.l .f - T.t .. . Uncj.ialt) fur men, women, children nullcsl, grow will be ttie square trees, and us they their i.iihtot. uret Fifty dost-- 35 centi. Smnple-- tlonal lljnk on the held at Tuesdnvbankins house in Stanford in lanuarv. at A R t'ciiny's idly on poor soil, lie thinks lie h.is a l8oa. for thi. mirrin of elottinj; cleten Directors to serve the nisuinfi par nanza. JOUXJ. atcROltERTS, C.ihier. of Mn !.TP !" I7Tfn A..rt.cn Crab Clrcli.iru The cause of woman stilfrage, wh. J L A rjL 1. (rum Stanford. W. II Miller, 4 mik-to. Stockholders' Meeting. has had a fair trial in Boston in too sdi-ielections, lias received a A meeting of the the in the results of that trial. Thu Beginning with the New Year, it t'fcuk & Trust Co. willtort holder atoftheir farmers be hil-banking house in SUnford on the firt Wednesday in Janregistiiitinuofftiin.de voteis has dwinis customary to form new resolu- uary, sot, lor the puipo-oiieleen in lShS to 0,000 in IfciU. tions and as far as possible profit dled from to serve the enduing yrar J. II.OWSU;V,Cahier. of women Kvideiitly the great majority by experience of the past The agree with their chivalric champion general credit system having been who defended what he called their universally condemned by both Notice of Election. "higher right not to vote." - LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, wov:e:n- wike FXHST disa-gteeab- C.SS .itd psitcb SOMBER YARD. slat m mer-tin- con-sinn- er - " .11111 ' .1.- 1 , s . I td IH'-Mrall- I - 1. , sevei-set-ba- ck t 1 f Si-I- d Kd What do you do to pass away the time. Ned Kasy enough. I just give my note to some 0110 for oO days and the e time passes away quickly enough, I you. Lowell Citizen. t. The Memphis .Scimitar puts the situation aptly, in a few words, as follow t: 'Steal a few clothes and you get 'JO years in the pen. tfteal 5100,000 and you get a hung jury." "Man wuntH but little hero below" and lucky 'tis that it is so, for as a lulo it's safe to bet, it's mighty little he can get. Chicago Times. . debtor and creditor as a curse to A mteti"i)r of the utocUhoIders of the Lincoln our country, one of our young gro- County lluildin and bating Auoclation will be the cery merchants has concluded that held al the office of Dec. Farmers Dank Trust J6, tor the purpose of Cc. on Saturday, to serve the it will be wise and profitable to electing nine Directors M. IIAl GUM ensuing year. AX, Sec'y.J. both himself and his customers to steer clear of this reef that has FARM POSTER. made shipwreek of so many in the past and at the same time offer I hereby warn every person from hunting on or paiij through my farm the such inducements to his custom- known as the McCartfarm or now farm generally to me. Kery person ers that they can not afford to buy permotioii willpasting through said farms without be prosecuted. D. M. CRKIGHTON. their Groceries elsewhere. For example he will sell you THE 20 lbs. Granulated Sugar for$i oo I oo Linooln Co. 23 lbs. best C Sugar Building & Savings Association 00 5 lbs. Choice Green Coffee... OK STANFORD, KY , 85 4 lbs. Arbuckle's Coffee 25 Office in Farmers HatiV & Trust Co , will on Jan. 2 gallons best Coal Oil i-- H - 1 's, 1 to-ni- dit, Hi;-ur- Tomatoes 25 Issue Another Series of Stock. cans 25 cans 2 lb Corn Any one seeking a safe Invcitmtnt would do And many other goods in like well to investigate. 25 cents. Has made more Weekly payments Hoey, lato of tho Ad-a- proportion. than S per cent, Knahlcs A fine stock of Fam- of limited means since organization. Money to men a to loan Kxpress, has turned over to the ily Groceries and in Fancy Gro- on good real estate. cecuie home. h. It SHANKS, II J. 1MKS 1, company $300,000 incmnpletesettleinent ceries, Fruits and Candies a disII. C. h'ARKIS. I.S. UUC.HFS. W. A TKIIIULK, of his differences. N.MKNF.FEE. play that can not be surpassed. I H. IIAUGHMAN, "ERANCE JOS. Port-maF. I'KVTON. J. Foa Hent. Kesidenco now occupied Come and see me, opposite House. JOS. SF.VERANCK, President; by W. M. Higgins. Apply to John M. J. H. IIAUGHMAN Sec'y: while your wifu is out in tho rain ting stove wood. Ham's Horn. cut- It is not a good time to reatl the Bible j V.. 1113 3-l- IU, I liHllV.- - -- 3 !M, i8ji, 3 3 I m n McRoberts, Sr. JESSE D. WEAKEN. W. M. IIHIGHT, Treasurer. tm,i m. !Tmmu? . found nn egg as iuoonL I picked it it along, xvhen I seed boine-thlonto il an fairly mado my hair never sin of raise my hat olTl May I up to foteh '.hero IIORKOKS OF LEPEOSY. Modical, Science BafHod Drnnd Scourgo. A n' NEW VEnSION. I I K"'.':i3 fwv Bv '"KiE. vBKSmtWjtRJ? sex-cr- Oo n wcro a If not of passengers on n & n o w bound trui n , K i t e aiul I'nciilv railroad. on the A pruspii of soon petting under xvn.v again h.id revixed our spirits and sot our totifrues jroinff. After nn of xiexx- on the succession of l other topthe nrositlene.v, and and is lr.ivliijf Ihu:i eanx-as- s I'rnf O'Kion in'riklif-i- l the inter-olianjj- e 1 This yarth'll the tblrty-tlrs- t of July be itestrovisl next, at txtelxe o'clock punctooal.' "It VI take a better scholar nor mo to describe my feelin'sx. When I got to the house I sed uothin' to my wife, for I knoxv'd. cf she found out the comet xxascoinin' in nirnest, she'd find some excuse for tilamin' me with it. these Identical words. wasn't xvrlt on that pjji;, in rlr otters, xvhich xvas part o' the shell, "To seen m It may consarn by lire on by tho How tlio Dliruan l I'rnpagntrri tu the Holy I.nnit Tho StrRiic Trcnt- ineiit of l.cpcr (11 tlio yi ettnnot pulnt tonight. I'll tell joii nil about it If jnu'U INten iiiothrr. ilenr. So wine ton! oil lwililonia 011 myllttlu Imv I '01i. mntlicr, tako the lniiias nxxijr Ami put Ilium nut of sight, For I inn almost 1 red to ileath, Every JVSonth tunny women uufler from Bxeetitve or Bcant Merntrunllon; they don't knov who to confide In to get proper dvlce. Don't confide In anybody but try cl'ilojisviiii Mtwt Aiaarx TO Chil Ai:iS)- - BradfielcTs book liuru. Ut.itnl. 4,That night M 3lnntn-io;i- r " nut xvnitl.l earth if I est lie tlio on'oU on the xvjth mii'Ii a body?" gentleman, asked n sttlistiritftt'-lrviltiiitier's inter with. prtMiutlj. n I. g ntl-ot- x r im t llv c( ' ".irr;.h it to Uimli-rvit: 1 " xvas v. u; p.i'to-ftft- .10 "A".l r.'diiw itsp pjlatioa ton wetoh1 Mate," chnch U'd Mi. Fcthorbr.me. 'I'll prof Hvr 'hocked at this atrocitx. irlarrd jrlassi'v at the speaker throutfii iti . sp.ci::.-Lsaid "Wiat i nn t rnsi-rn- t" the senator -- wt had one uimmtr us -- Mipp rt of it. to one or txvo personal o.tjrieneo on the IJrie railroad the .ppealed, in opin-'in- n . m sf 1A1. xvrote. Wheeler to her heart's content. I ner nev xxnatever sue xx.micti, an adP A TRAVELED TRAMP. believe, for a blind, I xvas engnged in pcrmiscus speckilation. though I took Sanity. Il.n JSrn .rminl the H'orlil ami crash." NVvrr r Iintnlc. car to close no bargains my solo uracil "Don't yon never try tkxt. stranger!" I to hev the good o mv money, "I never never in a broke in an old miner just from the atF come out square bv the last o' poorhoiihc; I am a professional tramp; diggings "Pon't you nexor go for to Jnly. yes, gonMemen. a j)rofesioiial trttaip; resk your money on a comet." "On the app'lnted day. my xvife xvent but I never l'ggel of anylxMly. I '.'Why not'.'" asked the broker. out visitin', xvliile retired to mj room tramped or.r the world twice, yet there "'Case I tettl that elephant." xvith my hymn book an' a bottle o' is nobody xvho can sny mi ill word of There xxas a general expression of bourbon, an betxveen the xvassoon me. I'cople took sympathy on tuc curiosity, and the stranger, being In- lost to 'arthly considerations. that is how I got along: they fed and vited to exphii"- proceeded: "The next sensation evperienced clothed me and gare mo shelter. Till, "In the year eighteen hundred and xvas of licin shook vi'leutly, an' hear-i- gentlemen, has Jeen my life for flfty- thirty-milI xvas the oxxner of a valuamyself called by name. The first! cignt year. ble track o' land in xxhnt is now the I nttribbytcd to the comet, the, second In this strain Joseph ('liutoti, an heart of hijiuoplis; an" ef I'd hep' it, to a angel. Hut soon discovered my emaciated awl man I'd tlie richest man in mistake. It xvas my xvife in both in- of nearly seventy year, told his paInjyanny. lint that year comut xvas stances. I'd never seed her in such a thetic story to the ofliciuU at the Philaadvertised to come oil on the last day raye Iwforo Her an' Ma Wheeler M delphia hospital the other ilay, says tlie of .1 tily, Avhich xvas to set the xvorhl met that day, nn' tna lied on a new I'hihidelphia Heord. Despite his xvorn an' xxind up the concarn on true b tin net, just imported from Nexv York, and brokenilovx appearance he has orthydox principles. on airs over my the refinement of one uxed to WtU'r an' 'd lien "At the fust go oir, sot it down as xvife. tilings, and one whom bard experience a partisan lie. got up for political ef" ' Give me fifty dollar- - this minnltf has taught much. fect, lint Ivlder Spohn, a pious man he screamed. 'I'll teach that When but eight .xears old both of and consistent politician. I knoxv'd ef trollop to turn up her nose nt Clinton's parents did ami left him he backed the comet it must be all right me I'll hex- - the best bun net in New alone. lie admits xvith candor that lie politically. York as quick us boss an' steam power has never done stroke of work in his "I xvas beginnin' to feel a good deal kin fetch it. or know the roaon why." life. lie has simply existed. In winjubus. xvhen Hill .Jeter cinie over one sez she. ter ilia kloep wait matched in lxirns, day, with a buncji of giean oats in his "Fifty Mlar' I'd invested my last xvith blankets pitying neighbors gax-hnnd. fifty eruli in that bottle o' Kperitooal him to shield him from the cold. In "'Ilevyou noticed the oats this sea- - comfort. looked at the clock It xvas summer he sought rest on the grtuw. past three, an the oomet hadn't coinu. It xvas h mortifying event to tlie criptctihfd U hyd. pled old man to lie compelled to enter a "What Hissed between me an' tnv workhouse. I'nuMutllv intelligent, h wife, xvhen the facis come out, leave tisserU that he never towlu-- a drop of to such on you as is head o families liquor, while ins language is eaay and to imagine. Tlie upshot o' the matter fitient, and hia deport laent that was was larfwiont o' the 0 a man in easy circumstance. "Thatt inscription on the egg." re :.'o l'i Writer. marked the professor, xva a curions A nottid medical proctitiiinr once freak of nature, though." "I're.W o" flddlestick'' exclaimed the told a newspaper man that there was put-ustranger. "All job betxveen no need of laitliing "You might u ' ' .lube an' Hill Jeter I'.ill was up to all xvell grease yourself nil over. suid he. sortfe o' tricks, us he'd larnt, xvhen a "Look at tho noble Comanche. Where boy, instill of his prayer. An' one of xvill you find a more lithe nnd lusty 'etn was to xvrite vmiethin' xvltli grease seciuien of agile, musculur manliood'.' lie never lwthcs. He hates tbp water onto an egg, an' then drup it into un unti)Hithy as diK-- n xvliich'd oat doxxti the shell, ex- xvith as lv'is-cept where the greaso xvas. Hill, tho mad dog. Take my advice, young mail, skunk, he'd fixed that goose ogg that imitate thifC,.inunche. What lie kuoxx-xvay, an' xvas gooe unough to bo took he k:ioxby eH,rienee just as a bear In by it." knows that his place is on dry land and hkv rov XOT1CKII thi: oats'.'" si:z "Hut the letter on the oats?" queried as a beaver knoxx-he can lix-- in the nii.t. the professor wet." "Well, stranger." said the miner. won?' seic ISiil. sxx itchin' his log xvith the Tilt- - s lining Out. "that mark, souietliin' like a H. I handful lie held. Some years ago there xviih a sudden " 'Xot pertlekler.' sez I, 'niore'n to reckon 's been onto every blade of fashion for the conversion of green obsarx-- xve' re like to her a fair crop.' oats as ever groxved senue the founda" '15f we're only spared to reap 'em,' tion of the xxorld. only never noticed stuffs into xvhat is called ensilage. In various parts of the country, and esit afore." sez Hill. " Meitfo.' sv 1. "I trust you have succeeded In re- pecially m some parts of scotlu lid, ex" 'Only look at rhatse Hill, smooth-i- pairing your fortunes." benevolently pensive silos xxere built into xvhich the green gni xvas thrown to be preserved out one of the blades in his hand, and observed the profensor enby fermentution. One hears lioldin' it up to the light. "Well. xvas banired about from pil- silage noxv that six yeurs less of Look at ago. The 15,' sez he, speukin' as fcolemu us lar to post for a good many ears." xvtu that is silo li.is gone out of tlie elder himself could a done. the ansxvor. "but out yer struck a truth that the Scon--- , of them are "I looked. Hit' x hat do you think I streak of luck at last," giving his fashion again. Idle In Scotland, and the sysseed? Why. h- - plain a capital 1. on money belt a slap, the next comet htandingmanifestly tailed toaodimati.o tem has that 'ere blade of oats tu ever xvas as evur take stocli in 'II hex-tconm itself. prentcdl close enough fust for me to spriuklft I) re.- - In Kmiihi. " 'Noue o' yer foolin'. I'.ill.' sez I. salt on its, tail." X V Ledger i too serous a snbjec'. According to a local authority a Kan'It's uu'vo done that letterin' yerwilf," sez I. Englishmen xvurc much pu..lod to sas man to be in style must xvear a soft did!' sez Kill. '.Test llnd in Scott's journal the expression hat and a sack hat for business and n , " 'Dog my cat ef yon look ut these er," kez lie, holdin' "Nos pouiA nntamus- "- "lloxv xve ap- Prince Albert coat for full dress occaout the rest o' the bunch; 'tin' jost ples swiin," and there xvtis it grave dis- sions. This authority etiiimtrs that come out to the Held, an' you'll llnd cussion of its .significance in u famous perhaps a dozen men in Luijwirin xvear the sameon every spear that's growinV literary xveekly. until finally an army full dress suits on proper occasions, "Sure enough it xvut so that orth-ecame to the rescue xvith tho txventy or thirty In Wichita, ten or to :i li stood for there xvas no mistakin. fabl from which the phrase is taken. txxelve in Abilene, seventy-lir- e Tlicro xvas 01. ly oiie thing It could Then came txvo letters from Nexv York hundred in Topoku. fifteen to twunty stand for. nn' that xxas 'Hum' saying Hut the writers laid known the in Laxxrcnco, one hundred and thirty in "Oohig back to the house. passed fable from boyhood, ami niarvcling Atchison, eight or ten in Salina.imi through the barnyard, an' stopped to that it should be unkuoxvn to any civil- more than unyxvhere else In Leavcu-xvortltake a look Into the goose nest, xvlicro ized human being. et distinction can man who has afford t i:ict :'. .. .ider ordinary eircmuBtaiieas eonipoxtire, assured that his fame will lix-- after him. 3iut to hint out the race, obliterate history .and uncreate our planet the idea is intolerable, sir. and I protest apaiust hejf ardou, professor, it! lint were xvaltlnp to hear your xiexx-s.xxere far too Tlie profeMir's numerous to mention. Comets it agreed by the U :innil, tnifrht be solid, or they mijfht lie.Meous. They mifjlit be ruuninif on time, or they tnilit not. .They might colli le ith other bodies, or steer clear. If solid, in case of collision xxith our tflo!e, it would be a simple question of strength of material" xxhieh xroiild t the of it. If gaseous, probably no hjrni would le done unless, indeed, the gas prox-einllainiiiubl" and set us on fire, or absorbed our aloric and left us to freeze. It xxas plain the professor, like many other scientific- - P.unsbys, knexx' too much to lie could give run all the theories, but wliiuli xras the trtt one other people's business, not his "If one had reliable prlvat" information beforehand." remarked u llroad-strebroket, 'what n splendid 'point' might lie made by selling 'short,' delivery to le made the day after the 1 h e 1 xx-- e is the a ratfttroplie. though 1 that it won Ul leave ns .t a p .fnlx- - ii The c!nn t i.-- 'txx'liut is 11 t ixpri:ant, in conteinp-latin- ? band kept the village grocery "So I made up my mind I'd xvnlk over In the tnornin' and talto Jabe up that is, pcrvidii;' he'd inuke it cash doxvn and no back payments. xvas a little afcared he mought 'a' hcarn about xvhat xvas onto the oats, an' so beotlish; but Jabe, I knoxv'd, xvas un onbelicvin' critter, an' the important secret of the cgff lay in my oxvn breast. "I felt as ef ! could die contentcder ef I only got the better of ,1a be, by him into a land trade on the eve of a general smash in real estate; for he'd cheated tne once in n hoss sxvap, an' I'd ben Itchin' r sence to git even with him ".labe xvas a leetle surprised at me comin' to his terms so easy; hut ho jumped at the offer, an' the deed xvas signed an' the money paid the same day. "Well, xve moved into toxvn, my xvifc an' me; an' my xvife to keep peace in the fam'ly; I never spoke of the comet tohcr she took the uliino out o' Ma I en-tici- n' pes-kilex-e- soino time to buy my place. He'd offered tne six dollars an acre, an' I'd bc'n holdin' out for ten My xvlfe, too, 'd bc'n teasin' of me to soil an' move to toxvn. She 'd nn ambition, xon sec. to re as fine as ,ia Wheeler xvhose hus- Jabe I'otter thought things over. been dickcrin' at me for I " s xx heax-cu-l- y d knoxx-anythin- -- inT -- KniT ', .1 -- K. !' Vl' - Hv '. .M. ".TcW S. f" . VV I vry "01VK MK I'IKIX IJOI.l AtW TIII SIHVSIT.' tho disease of leprosy, suys tlie St. Louis In all other ailments tlie progress of the last twenty-fir- e years has been such us to the hope that the time will come xvhen there is no complaint from xvhich human being sufi'ers xvhich cannot be diagnosed and treated xmUi success. Hut in leprosy the progress, if any, is sloxv. In India y the leper is as common as he xvas many years ago. You meet him about the streets, you sec him b?gging under tly verandas of every House of tuc wealthy. The lepers are isolated. Vnst out from even their oxvn family, and it hum been recorded that the government bus had to interfere to prevent a father burying his oxvn son alive in order to prexent .1 spread of the malady. In the Holy J. and the lepers are to lie met xvith roaming nlout and lagging from every visitor, ami indeed in severnl other paitsof the xvorhl they are to be met xvith in equal numbers. The English has sent ou many commissions to India to inquire into the subject, but so far little has been accomplished. There N not as yet suliic-ien- t hospital accommodation, and so the lepers wander about in some of the place, and the disease is propa-'ated- . In connection with the subject then is a curious thing as to a cure in the I'iji islands. It is recorded, by u missionary xvho has himself heard the tale from one xvho actually experienced what he nar rates. The cure is effected by the poisonous juice of tlie intigagu and the process is this: The rietim is taken into a house away from the center of the population. lie U stripped of his clothes and his Iwdy rubbed xvith green . Thru a small lire is HghUst and a fexv pieces of the Mmtgngu hi id on it. When the smoke begins to ascend the man is imud hand and foot and lifted over the lire until his head reaches aloiit fifteen inche alovc the ground There lie is allowed to xvrithe in his n.'nny for sometimes Hours, till it is thought he ha Wen sufficiently smoked Then the body U g.sshed and nlloxved to bleed freely. The man mm.v lixe or die. For the time he l left lying on the rough pallet prepared for him. If lie live he get, lietter. That at last wim the eato xvith the man of whom the Missionary Crlobe-Deniora- rather remarkable thing that medical science is still in such a state of deplorable ignorance xvith rcgar.l to It is a t. "You lieurd tho weilitlliK l""IU IuiiIkIiI, HbxMxlillUK IwIIk tlu- - wvnr. I'm xery aluil lUej were mil mine. I'm Kln.il lie imirrUsl Iter. Oh. tmxr etui I llxu tlmmtfli It, Female Hegulaior a Specldc lor PAINFUL, PROFUSE. SCANTY. SUPPRESSED and IRREOcUR IWUHJAVlVfO,, And ALL POINTS X WEST Ami MENSTRUATION. fjnoL tn DRADFICID RCCULATOR yy benrt's You mi full of trkol so buril to . couldn't, tniitlu-r.itvar- "WOMAN" mailed ttJ &T I1I111, but jou free. CO., AtlaMa. Ca. tf'OJl ni'JflC - Wl!!riTo - u oruseui. C.KOX K- 11 to-tln- With Ikt hliulii-- s wl iiiul Hue, With ndiy lli ami nrly lelh. Fur lex oiler thuu tiiino. Yif, they xvero iiiaaafiiclHreili jxetmo tlikx iu) rul tour. Shu tiinuaht tlt.it sbf ismhl fool lilin.Timl situ lhl It, uiotlier. iluir. "In vulti jtiii urrwl m, nmtlwr. To Mit eurltUDun my AihI wimli my llw with Ami blusli of rote Mir. Itat ti your kind mitreutla "MIm Krl7.1woHC riiiiii' muitntf 111 "LOCI'S 1 - ST O CK K.)l! si T K JL H, l.atitt, to M , mIhk-le- d rullmaii Vcttihulitl llnffet Sleepera ind Pull man lluflrl Chair Cars un all train thruuirli totWI lucaco without tlialiRe. On m.i I he ,Mnon nnd Eel th- for tlie lead nnn,v Vnr illfnrifi.ttinn IAS IIAHKKK. f! V A . Cln. W C. CKl'SII. I) I' A l.uii.,flle jililr. IW-- ' jbV VJ . 11 nt: aiu. i.on.i. llr. I Mf ear. They dhln't cut I aerur xtnM a llsarwt nu, thay duia't, tuotaer, ileur. 'euro to imi, Mr. Mnnt')lo. Ami lutpjuniH for Ufv; I'll Ini mi old iniiht nil my lu) Ucforn I'll lnt jtiar xx llo, Noxv, uirvtUer, I xill miIht tlmxa. I Hut kMi (0 take the varH(vt atvuy. I run-n(Kilnl tamkiit." -- I'Uixrtimrnutleiil Km. cnny iultn. nm not ot Mt vtltlnti two iuiIcxm Si 111 mtl l!i nf Lincoln. (liy tun l'Ue lioHlr.l Ity Ke Sn-- I Imch- and cctMble to the Sniifenl and 'I hi l one of ttiH tient Motk t'atn in th Ne-tii- a In 4 Uieh mnlc ol reR'oii aiul .Xl.iiwdjnCc nf vt.Utr tor all mrKM Still l frr lie anil it n lahle for the KiiKving of kei li'ha 10. turn anil when 1 ht Und It o kK a led ci that il tan he uohIisI and toAnr 1'atmt niudc tin iwtiitrmenti are i Ittft antl omatHihMit dwMini; a convenient ttock ttarH Ac. ihe hott ol fruit ol nil kimW, tie Far K II. JON Yb, Stanford. Hiinly to I l " IONICS, 0 V KII.KV, Plnevllk Th- - hnct KurtM aiidrnliett eMsii.iuC (vmcttt ol lllnr-li- t o(l in I.mc In ttTORTirW:)SST, 1 nu Hs"ssBSMSKssBswasnisMBtkBBsasHaBsssass Iiilllr cwltl-vhiio- LouiavilLt a. NasHviLic ft. n. t, la tlie line fur oti, at lit Double Daily .Trains Male iloie cornice tlon. at All tint Shiuc In HiikIUIi. it , One of our fashionable clergyman received quite 11 shock toliisaotheticsensfs C ht taxi.il r ,V O'nu It. informed tho other owning. He wanted in his study, where that he he found a young 1111111 ami woman from Now York, the rural districts xx'tiiting to see him. Cilie-I"Good he said courteously; Old IVmt and the Scnh"ce itw-- all Kattern xx-n iS'ewport iS'cws & Mississippi Valley Co. Baltimoro, LOUISVILLE And OINOINNATI For all Kimt 1 IIKDUt.ll HAt.O.Vt.K CIIKCKKD n TltKlTS SOU). rilKUU OH Washington, Philadoiphla N'). 15. For any informant trW. W I N , Aeeiit, M U IrrOkltSlanf.rd Kv. enipiire of li.v Pa AKet Jin in. n t tr, K leax-es- "You tell, .letniuiy," twiil tho nmn, nudging the girl. "Xo, you tell, 8im," she giggled linvk. "We've come to get httcltoil," mU tlw man Ixiahfully. ojacttlateil the stirpriwd cleryiruin. "I tenlly don't iiudurstaud you, my friend." Am tlieimutsut dumb the girl ventured timidlx : "lie uientM, eir, that we want to epliced." ever," "I'm as inueli in the dark suhl the now WxrildttrMl ndtiisWr: "will you kindly oxplainr Tlr" man kl$ lead. "We tlaiught, .Itmimy mi me, xvt'd get tied." Still th- - minister did not cow jrehead and .leinima ttaxk her twru. "We've come to lie jiwed." "Ah, I understand exetwe iiie," said tlMs miritter. on whom the light of kuowlednv luul joat dawned, "'you xxHeh tola joineil in the lioly IkjuUj oi "W'-h-a-t- "what am 1 do for you" ixi , lHfEHeCRFSfFllT"1 I K.AS1 Uve Ml lrOUN'l)..MU 1 iitihac l.mtlt. X'incattf . nljr lslly jj ' A l.lHIIl'd Ut o p .Xt.a. Daily Ft u o a V 11 Oaili h-- Uro I . it Arr AlilaMl . it Cott.i4Mirc.!(i at p,io lltmtiiisto .. it y (iw XXaakisCMM li p I pi is ; j, I p Si J , s it t ' f '7' '' Iteiiv 40 j H I' gt Arr New " PlhiStMa YtM ti JJ 1 1 in i IS t s a to p 1 c j tin . n a a ' as .' I m 1 p .. ItailT WKSr HOUND T.c llualiaaHoai. " - A.kl.sel. l.illttsr ( o aj a, if 11 S I Sierlisr X'iiMSair Art t.ciiHsio " lokitvilU X4t " tsty a' it p ts p 1 ij s p its p7 )f s i p 1 ij "" 99SS ; it " ' p p . t.J $ ti M p p f 14 p Ft Sm ,? 1 a imwQiwzfwjR r : eiiz.' y&MVfreS&iZU WftWWAttW5ft?ZL:P J U "9 WM.!Y,TU( a St. x t.oui, Mi. IVlioil, lii.l.i.l- l iee - h . ,1 1,111 I ml. i i .11", t.iii,ii,l F !! C l.tai4d IM X MS xxwl-loc- k. .Stand And in live up." tied ami "jiueil" Mcconliug tlie laws of church and slate. Detroit iuinutethey xxisrehitchod, . "" iaadav '1 to and srnti(h Santtf CaM r and Ni X.mk ttiikosi cMsgs. e Voik Fati Mail 1 natna ma daily ssrl taaat lovsl trp btwr l.iHfrt" a4 HuBtistrtus. aaet MsmSsset AirstnnMdalloaw ras dalljr. l.riii.Ktoa and MmaSasd aa.l t.ISrlo aaxi Ml. Slcilinc ArcoataMSMM. nm (tail cattf CsapeaV tmltssht A ta4t ml FeasilyV in ' rolio. I" 10 N Osm Ncv Vrlc, XVaahiuirt.'ii Quit (Jul. .1. . u. r llalo, New AliU t ra.i.li,f kri in.ie In llrr .il. i g, Mnii'tt t kKhrasau, MKi. Pa'tin..fe Itoston, I'hiU.Irl ( -- l.ia. 1.. kr.t line to fns X'athiS(t ( Itsai rosstttu ilw. rre Preav. .1") tylltllllllllN'lt. I'or full iafoeitHHi in rrtsaftt , apply to as ef thia or X". art M . a raiet. Solid I'ramt, tan, aioii) .art and CMiSaa, Pullman I. J.tr tltetwr. thtuu(h with t hatiait oca, Hirauattbam, Mer.d ul chantfe tia uta awikiaf diretl ioiiuh lion, eat lOuief. rKa. 1 rltte, Awiaviltti, l.Tnhtur aad poialt in thi- . hatat tUAlRflDJLK'AH, At Chaltasaosa for AiUnla, Ctrfaeaba., ihmnj Au(u.la, Maca, Sat .nn ., inn, Charla.ioa, Lake III), I hosw.vilU and 1 1. OKI Hrn.irk, XX II. K. V llfpUINflTON. P (5. W. KAKNKX, XX'. S O M l.aiinelnai.Ky T ad OImcmi, C I.. Ky MOWN, G P A . .1 ?' IIAKKISON. P. A . A.sUari. Ki DA I IROy. The only line ransiait aolid trala. with choice Pullman Haaitcir or Palace Mtapmi; Car to without chaaac mr aay tin., of wt.en Jack-vwi.i- p4Bl. txx-- o - 1 n' , l. 1 to-da- y 11 11 1 Am ''j $h f V.V d.-i-r . feW' Harper's Magazine. 1 3L LUST 13. A. a T 3C 3D. 7 LM 1 Ha My lllftt lloXel. friend, have yon read my KrtMB Dm- - HUct. l.i.n to Ike lilac t Sa," liy I'ouliai.jr Hlilow at.4 r l Millt-I- , illiHlralad lit Mr Xlllfrl aad AlfcvS Paeavsa. A rite lea sIm anil ho sivfn n th Oarawn. Aa.lnan itad llalUa ArtOM-- .. The atactadnc wi'l teletbtalr the foullh I rnlra ! o4 Aati-n.it 11 air "' lh 1Mb. a ui, tswa$h a'llclea ! Swana.nr ihnrouKh mmtr uf 'he 'tpttmtoa lhas ha. hithaela Ktcvai Uaptt.dMMl Iftrt elopaaval of our PailKH-la- r und aicially In tkr l.rral X'ai TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. aiteHttaa wiM altv ht- - Slfen to Oraaxt'c Fpi for through raiea torrr. t iunly mapi and lull vodrtof AmcrK.li lllataey. Acent at Juliilion ClIT.Ky. laloiaiallnn I ht nUl tM be ineoetl hatopeaa War williMauIre or add'et. tall on HtANK.X XXlKJll.KY, in a ferial ol Paper, oa law Tlatr l'a Airt , t.etinwton, . i selma sad Miwilaomery, llunittille, Ieatur, Floraace. Maihi and A It K A N't AN pea nit tthoftiit and .(un krt I.. Anni.iaa, S.imi, Mi. tulr Wmft tonn lion, mad al Ml wilL.Mil untmbut for llou.lt n, Au.lili. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. . Phe only thiO'.rfl i. la. k..m ami .. k.l.urg, Mewt . Shtrvrj. rl 1. a , ma. in iire t nn.. tious ... tran.ier r l)al.a, I rt XXorthi wtihowl oenuii AutllH San Anlum. Kl Patu nO inl.in XV Cat ar baecatt llnln s I) Mtl.t.KK. Iialfi. a'anr , I) t. EI1XVAKDS , Kv (.miii mi' ii P r A good-for-nothi- n' She Ile-H- oxv Yi-k- 11 did you liko it? . laid doxvn the x'olume tense pleasure. Tnitli. She I xxitli in- e I 3K ir' M jh I A XX'oiMliirfiil .Mcoionr. Hnltliich Mias Smilax lm siiMly u xvouderfnl memory. Won4leii Why, xx'Mt proof la of it? lmlHnch Why, I met at a wmihsi laat night, and aim unt only rewitidec me abont our lieing etntugwl last autn hlu-give- Mr. XX' Il Howeli. will luatiibut a nvw n'ttl "A World uf Chance," karaclrri.iu a'ly iwti co laaci.il praatiHamc will ! I'V I in H hhnu ite will he luiiiribuitiet Slrrwa. whkh K H lait.A Mamarrt Conaa XX'ortlHtnand Mhrr poei'ilar writer. DelalMl, Mi will Ic Per.i.i t I hi- - lilrrary lealurt Aaaoas ltminw.race l Nathaniel llawih.inr. h I. aad lilend. I.r.in. cullr laa.-aiaNnclar. aaet a Ketxiaal Memoii .t ih Hinwn tir Xnnc lhavkeray Kit. hie. inr;, 1 UliMiriitad by 1 1 hulalru Kentucky Central R.R. "Jllal'I'a (iKASH HOI'TW." ThuHliortortt aiul Qulokit lioutu from Contrrtl Kiin'uckv to ail point North Eixat, WHt and HOiith-Wo.I.ituibatxviKiii lioxuihTton m ll.lr, lr ,i Fas and Clncin hr HARPER'S L'BRIODICffLS. HAKPIKXMXCAIM: HAkl'KKS WKKr.1 HAKI'KK . HAAK, P.OPI lUKfl X THKOl l.ll Dl.l.--K $400 I mer, but gave me a number ol the tails. Uoston Courier. A de- I, . ' . . . in un Soath and JKI.I.IC'I CII)tl)l)LK IK KFTKCTNOX ,s, .v., No I. N Xa. s . , rnIN )K(t.l.ll CIVCIWAI! l) Xttu t hXoaad. Daily . fce. aaa fr 11 p 'Vaf nn-ega- r. n s s 1 s e e I n' I N'KU "Kk. Tracers (sigh'iug) I must get me a now overcxwit. liaa Summit W'ny, tliat one looks a? FREE. good as new. Have you hud it long? This dollglitful Story of aj Truvere Well, I should my so. Why, i Journey from tho BALTIC to thej I jut p.iid for it. Clotliiur and FurDANUBE Portrayed In 30 Chapters nisher. 'and 12 Graphic Illustrations, by lll Siiirjili Itinli-i- ut I.nt. a Charles Augustus Hunker Kver since I can ruinoinber, Miss Klypp, I havesenrched for the beauStoddard. tiful, the true, and the good. Jlim Flypp Oh, .Mr. Hunker, this is so sudden. But xou may speak to pap:i. New York Sun. l Pewiasc Free 10 all tabtciiher. in ilia t ! Mexlm Male. Csr.jds De Iiiuk One good thiwg Nbout I h nf the Maajaaiae: heain with ih Minka. Although he'dagnait liorrower, Nurahe-ralo- Voham. June aad Doceuihr of r. h year lie always jnivm prompty. Ha wm in Vt hen no tiaie i .ptKiSrd, .uhMtiption aill Ut uane o( ih only a few moineuU nfo aiul paid me tho In witsoedor nuraWr mrr. nu sl thliarpar't Mk-ariiK and of ton dollars he owqd mu. three fur. haik In Beat tlolh biadiaa;. .r uf f par will b Do Winks Humph! Ho xxtts into my vwluaia test by suul, pat paid, aa Clots Caaaa, for IjIb.Iiu, v iatu each place alwut au hour ago nnd lnirroxved by stall, pnat paid LH l(Bllllaac he atadr- by txx'entv dollHrs of me. New York Vom) Older ut .houM In atroid chain e ef le.i f Itraft. Weekly. NewriMtttrr. are not l copy llil. anarii.emiit order of Itainor fc llrtilheri wilhonl .V l.iilin. Tlllle. IIAKPKKA KKOIHF.KS Addrt. I'lempt I'lijer. I iu l.ve CiaciSSaU nurd I.e Covaxtos.. I ii 4X l,t Falaioulh... . ii it Air Paria Xrr !. olae.t .e Arr Arr Arr ItKStaaaet. Arr I.aet4er.. ii Pru XX'kaC Batter.. . . . I.eia(t'n a It .StMsfard. .. 'KM IMM .... p x M a si 10 p sv , at ioji a a si 10 a I at p ' Mm i a I il p n i ' pm a at g ,6 in at Il . ri y , s , il na -- t) p si - ta - ; i m n i ... 8 5 , in ,B ! ui itN-ei- 1 l.vc KlcktaaewrT Arr l.lvtasion .... J IS S P l l'oal-n(f- i. Arr Middlctmra Norlh-llaaad. 7 M I' Wit... 4. I w'.......! .. " -- .Jj;;;;i;. .. ".No.u N'a. .......1 N'. J. Dally IU jtas Arr KKhmand.. u i a I.vc Stanford 7 oa a I.ve I.ancatter ... 7 o a Arr Kiehiaond.. io 15 a I.ve Kuhmond. it 41 l Air W'inchcticr. IS I' I.VC I.IVIHK.IWI.. I.e XliddleUxies I Arrlaru . .. Wj ! I.ve I'aru I.ve Falmouth... Arr Covington ArrCincinnaii I.ve I.exiugten . On tlieMay.wlle hi i"" 'i in H J in in m 6 os a in m 6 5 a in1 7 a m S 7 a no p in j oi 3 S P in 1 37 P 7 Si "i a x m 4 Ol i m. a in1 C tn n m 5 iS P ' ,1" X4 a in' 6 17 p m 3 45 I miiM a in i. n ui IS am 352 f yj i; in tt Hranch, No io. Irave. I'ari. at 7 4.am. No. ii leave. .Mayavillc ii-.- .i. at i to and I Tlie Keitl Tronlilt". I o Mt-u'i- t all very well for thu poet to "It talk about 'i jierfect xvoinan, nobly planned,'" said Mr. Arrears sadly, "but the liotiblo ia that it takes guch u lot of money to carry out tho plan." Dostou s -- No I, lillk Mllll IKiinl. .....,, ion. uhich ld.ilyec.,.tb.,n,ay. - ,,i. '"i """ Pot. I W-h-at r paper. f Robbie. ono new subscribe "A New Yorker," anuxvored Fred, JOne book and 00. "but his mother was a Nowfoundiaud.'' ' S3, books and two now subscribe:. 'Two Haiier's Young People. : ' 35,00. . A Nel Klll.l. "What kind of a dog Iiaro you?" asked 'the foremost Family Religious Nowf, Bound In Rich Cloth, Decorated with Cold Carlos. EREE to Every New Subscriber tci f -- the , NEW YORK OBSERVER, ' 1 No, i run. ilaikNn a riina daily from a'l tlalioi.t .tci-ii- t t he Ittnvland Ituiawii, Inch ii. daily excrj.t Suiidt No iidaily ctcent Sundav No t dally betaiTii Cincinnati and Lexington . ly Tlie Iteiitou. ' "I hear that friend Utistav is going to f;et uiiirried." 1 i. "Indeed! In ho iu love?" .No in dcbtl" bondaga Nisa. roiii:s riti:::. jNEW YORK OBSERVER, 37 and 38 Park Row, t siM:rnn;N ' in j .1 in No 7 Falmouth Aicommodiitioii; leati-- . Cinrin. nati s m p m Aim ulinonth , o, ,, , except Sunday, No. 8 I.rae. Falmouth h m. Arrives tinnali7 5S..iiidaily eiri,ti.b Sunday No. i and iiiMkHtoniieiiiuii. at Win, l,e,iHr rn. ' point, on tht N. N A- M Wy, K. J) No. i carrii't llimiiirli car. from' Ciii.-Mi.ldlc.lH,r.uBh 't'n. termediate .latmniiuiid run. iIhMv a,i and al KNOTT, c. P I rathe .Manaitor. Um, i4,';Xl.t - No ih I'ari. and I exinutmi Arcommo.lation ilai. Lcavia I.PMHKI011 io cmi a i Arrltrt I'ari. Sululj). ""y " andl-iiiiibvrlan- i lM.ttM.Ml.vW.VMVi NEW YORK. S. F. H. MORSK. Ge'J Sic e Chamber ol Coroii7rce Central mlirr I Paj.Vr n m Huil.l.nKA ajlwiNVaMUNI iy I VA v o .'s r Semi-Week- ly Interior Jouknal A A KNOWING DOG. l'rr-ftiriii- ril NATURE'S PAPER MAKEKS A Short Story of tho Wasp and I to Habits. An Iiiilimlrliiiii Iiurrt That Itfillila llillnltn Skill mill Dura .Not l.lto to lliijii.r tbe 1'rulta nf ll l.nliora. paper-makers,- n 1 Stankohd, Ky., Di.crMitKit re.o. WA.L.TON. 2.", 15-0- 1 buh, MannRor are mt nulling in in omew nJirfu iwrcithat tO)lc. HE 38 PEKFORMING with N'linlirra. A fat SUyo terrier stood wagging Ills fuzzy tail on n Fifteenth street corner, writes u notorious liur In the Washington Star. Mo looked up nt Ids master as much ns to 6ny: "Let us play at something." "Hobby known moro than many :i human being," said his owner, proudly, to the group of young men with whom ho was talking. "Let mo show yon a few things that ho can do. Hobby, go (lml ii fire-plu- ." g True Arrotint of Some Tenia Ho ultli ' ' !' ;4p" the HtretH for a moment before dceiding g which wiiy to yo. Then, ho Hit w a oppoaiU mid atartori fnr it. "(Jot on the Hobby," cried Ida miwter. Hobby got up on th ping Rml rmt then, still wiiifgln? his til. I'reatiUy he returned ami hi mnater told on of the other .voony men to put down h hiekel nnd a (leiiuy on the nidewnlk. "How many cents ro them on the paremeiit. Hobby?" nuked hit. owner. Hobby barked nix times. Ill iimsttfr picked up the copper penny and aald: "Now, Hobby, how many ecntM are there?" Hobby Imrked five tlmufi. IUh owner picked up the nickel and put down the penny, Miying: "How many cents are there now, Hobby?" Hobby hurked once. His master picked up the penny and put down the nlckol. "SupiKHwj take two cents from that. Hobby," ho said, "how many will bo lire-plullro-phi(- The Slcyo terrier looked up nnd down f. 1 Hobby hnrked three times. "Suppose I take ono cent away, how .Die many will bo left?" Hobby barked four times. "Suptioso I toke fourcentsaway, how many will bo left?" Hobby burked once. Wr in anl jini ti( rultil 'i' li "SSiippoae I take flro cents away, how I aWno.i iIimwic le, kv, ' tSil untiw many will le left?" Itaten ilr the fiuiitr i''t the. in li l)r kfli httdt ..( thu l'.l- -i In. Hi anil sr- Hobby bulked up at his master, t itimriil of ii e .iinncai ami - ti r k 11 in tl wagfe'ed his tall and wan silent. i tr ...nnllf, K "That's correct. Hobby; nothing would Ik' left," said the master. "You Hc will visit Stanford at the My arc a very god dog. Go int that shop and be careful to shut the door behind crs House, Friday, Jan 5. you, Ir'cuum1 the dny Is chilly. will join you m a moment." Ki irtt'iifs er) mMHh ttuiiHff la ear to re Hobby walked into tho store on the mini otic iUv the large! Ir Ileain hat keen numeric! wile aaaertor m corner, went behind tho open door, mpilalt ia coanlrr, tail kaa no pushed It to and was not seen again. ian ir ami If rutin,; diacataa a ad ibifaiailtia. U Ills master, who was formerly an acr any ta laat ll will (nr t tH aH in di.ca.e Mid wfcwe, tocatacl la lia miaul countant in the. treasury, went In He will rriurb to Sianaxil every aaoal iai year to buy a necktie. l'oslbly he nmr day I' remain nought ml r leu from Hobby in selecting I n at. all uraMe Mrd il and Surgical tie tho article. A ule atiil Ihranli l atarra, IlHMaa at Iht Nim, I hi ai ami I.nt. l)yima, NEVER FORGOT AGAIN. st, ', IHwa-r- , Pi.l'Cte. Ki.ir) l.ivtr, lt'iKlil' Tlironcli Dei lull. Way to In.tlll u I.maiiii ll.adddcr, Cbrooli. I rnitani r ual lh.il Will lie Itllnellll.rri-il- . r M ian j ilciny Imarame A German merchniit hi Loudon line a YOUNG & MIDDLE AGED MEN servant who at tlrst was very forgetful. This fault was estveially annoying at S'tticii'H fiota Sj.erma'orrlMai ami lmpi.tce.ev m ' r. m ni Mlf ahu-- r in milh of riau ia ma-- I meal time, when something osaeiitial hi ii rm Ht other nwi, producing am demnl was sure to Ik lacking from the table, p mni rrTvcta at naiaalona, Matilie, na Orns day tuiy.s I.ippini'olt's .Magazine. r ii.ueaa. luntuWiaa f i tv nwrnory, the family was seated at the table, and afri riimiwiHi, 4rltive vtcttat fur and n, wairh until iWe i j ri'ia hinnuna was rung as r ir image, are permaaeailv turd by IciUTdia-- the bell to the dining-room- . iianinl. Tho girl hurried l th iiiinik "Maria." nald llerr H., "Just ran awl r down from the fetch the big fcoi ST) 'nil. and ottifilif alHM, tfii.ji, ll attic and bring it here." Maria, who hnd leen dtaturlieri at her pm in lh Kuiim eruiii , i , i li i, ul the an jieifnily trailit aled withoat u.lui; mm hi dinner, (fare a grunt of dissatisfaction, drug bllicr ininr ut hnlrun up three tllghlMof stains to fetch don rrli ra. Iilxl. stricture and all li n kidii'i run ' Jlv pdil) cured ) dow n the ladder. In alxiut live minutes mi Dial nr rr failed slw returned to the room, panting with He undertake but iuit im unuraMc , i. Hal . i,iH up to die her exertion. herrtiii er the iUl and nine early, aa hU "Now," said llerr H., "put it up at ere alavt t roadnl wl erctet lie aop t bi that end of the room and climb to the top." CONSULTATION FREE. Maiiti tiki a he wns told, and when jnd miidenilal s iir irieii O0'iiicf l- ishe was at th. Uip llerr It. qulutly obMKIUCAI AMI M Iti.K'AI IS'sriTf I', served: "Marin, you have now got a culu e, Ky ji 41H hotter view than vu have; just look round ami tell us If you can ec any salt My wife and I could not on the table. DR..D. D.REA rli-jl.- '" left?" SurgeonSs Specialist .. I -- I ( ! 1! Ut-- i . I 1 I f- - pros-ontl- y I I- I Iiet I I diii, r. n llloofl and Skin Diseases. I I step-ladde- ) ., . I ir-- r ! C 1i A I . V I $LOO ONLY FOR A find neer it." This settled tlie business. forgotten the lesvon. Maria has " "Wasps were the first an entomologist to a w riter for tho Washington Star. "It is very Interesting to study the ways of these flereo little inecta. For tho sake of a grab at the honey store a single individual will sometimes face a whole hive of bees, being in a fair combat ii match for any three inhabitants of the apiary Most of us have bad experience of the with which they will attack human tielng. "The wasp pem( the winter In a torpid oonditinii, ntid when spring arrive she hunts up wwne sort of sheltered Hpot appropriate for a, i test. A mouse hole serves her purpose excelHaving selected the retreut, lently she proceeds to lay within it the foundation of a Imioe that is destined before long to afford quarters for a largo Tor this object earth and busy family will not fiorvo her turn. The substance of which the walls and chambers of tho house arc to Ih composed must bo none other than the finest mper, made of wood pulp, mixed with n sort of sialng, worked to a paste and dually spread Into sheets. "On any fine day in springtime you may catch sight of a wasp earnestly at work with lt jaws upon an old fence paling or window frame In this manner she gets together a bundle of wood raspings, which she carries Into the hole she has .selected, thereupon knoad-init into paste and preparing It properly for her purpose. With this material she builds a sort of terrace, which she suspends horizontally, ami not, like the combs of a beehive, in a vertical position. The terrace is a sort of bunging lloor, secured to the roof by strong paper rods. It Is circular, and is composed of an immense number of cells made of paper and almost of the same size and form as those of a honey-comoach being a erfoct hexagon. These colls, however, arc never used as honey Kits by wasps, as they are by bees, for wasps make no honey, and the cells are only utilized for nursery purposes in other words, as rooms in which the young are reared. "When the old lady wasp has completed a certain number of cells and eggs in them site &lop building in order to procure honey from the flowers wherewith to feed tho young wormlike lar iu which have been hatched from the eggs. In a few weeks these little grulw. hfcoiito perfect unapt, and lend their assistance in the extension of the edifice, forming another platform of cells suspended from tho flrat by columns. io it continues, and by the end of slimmer the house ierhiiue, it might le better called u town of hanging terraces Is completed, nnd tho descendants of the original foundress may number as many as thirty thou&nnd. "Scarcely has the nest arrived at completion through the labors of thejoung-es- t generation of lUt Inhabitants, when the early fronts of autumn begin tothin thoir numbers. When November comes the wasp imputation Is cut olY by a pestilence. Of those abroad some fall far from their habitation; others crawl back to die, while those at home, lately so busy in the work of building, repairing, or keeping in nler, arc now sluggish nnd inactive. a little while the city of terraces lecoi.. a city of tho doutl. Its solo surviving dwellers are two or three females, on whom depends the perpetuation of the race. They pass the winter in a torpid &tatc, and when the early warmth of spring awakens them they wander olY, each on her own way, to found another colony." Bald mwMkm i. fear-lossucf- ts Im IfLZ i : 11444 1 iHi ' g M 'For-'- i j M I b, YOUR : CHRISTMAS fo Purchases come direct THE LOUISVILLE Aclmowledged headquarters for .'I Four-Day- 's STORE. . TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS. Special Rale never equaled on this Continent. For Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, an extraordinary offering of Bargains, resultant from most reckless reductions of prices ever known on. I Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Hats, pets, Furnishing Goods, a Carin- Toys, Silk Jlankkerchiefs, Mufflers, in fact everything in the House is e co cluded in this Great and Most Wonderful Four-Days-Bre-Christ- mas Sale. AFRAID OF FEVERS. A nuiiciu Itlilcr U liu Una WIIIIiik to Cii Auywltrrr for it S4liir. AND A TEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION Showman .lames A. Knilcy once engaged John 1! ibinsou, the great bareTO THE back rider, to go with him to Australia, says the New York Herald, lie paid him five hundred dollars every week, even when they were on lioard ship. A Decker Uro "anil rprlght I'iano. iffiVl im Kobiuson needed it then as badly as he did whe.i on l.:ml. because ho played .'Ill (H A (Jluliator Watch am! Caie poker perpetually A imaire 21 lino I'feld (Jlass '1M At the i ad of the Australian engageI.'I.UO Holman I'arailel llible ment Mr K.iilcy decided to go to India. 12.H0 Robinson's name was not known there enc6 Parlor Clock 12.V(ill and the showman concluded that a less A II i;h GraJe Safety llieycle . . . . 25.1)0 expensive man would do as well. Hut n liluin Watch nul I'iobsCk-cthe rider's contract had some time to liico Coil Sprint; I A Hayilock ,,MI0 run, ami in the hope of inducing liobiti-sollumly Top lIuRgy f to libit tti be released. Mr. Haiicy A Hallway Watc'h in h'amt Case . Tn.dll one day begun to descant on tho hor-- A Life Scholar-shiin Watters' fl(i rors of the Indian climate. ' ' ' ' Commercial College f "It's a terrible place. John." ho said. 200 U A Six Octave Champion Organ It's full of fever. I'm afraid you'll 30.00 A Double liarrel Shot fluii get sick if you go out there." 10.00 A Silvercnc Case 7 ewel Watch. "Mr Hailey." sahl Uobinson, ImA High Ann Improved Sen ing 31achinc,sii.00 pressively, "you can pitch your touts iu .Ulli) liatlcs and I'll ride under 'cm for live, A 15 jewel Watch, lloss Case l.'.O (10 hundred dollars a week." A Five 0ctae 1'arlor Organ .'10.00 A (iladiator Watch, DueberCase. He went to India. . 10 00 A John C. Dueber Watch & Case. . COULDN'T BE LEFT. And 82 other v:iliinl)k'i)rt'iniutiif5 will ot A Hoc I'lii'l 10 IVit.v to HI M:4ter, Orrr be proented to yearly lliHtitiit. ii llumlrril Mlle the Weekly Knqiiiror in April, 18i)2. One of Cobb county's farmers conJCni'losc one dollar for n year's to the Weekly Enquirer, mid cluded that he could do better in Alabama, and he shipped his goods by railroad, boscd his tlog ami sent him, too. to the new home b.yonrts Sand mounwlmt will bo the nil in her of tuibrcribers tain, over one hundred miles from here, in the live largest litis received fioui says the Atlantic Constitution. Tho Nov. 1. '01, to .March 31, '02. Cobb county farmer hnd not been domFor same term last winter it was iciled in tiU new home long befoio sick2!)!i0, and the winter before wns ness eanV into his family and everyThe premiums are to be presented thing looked gloomy When Ifls fi.milv got well he conto thoao whose guesses ere correct or cluded oklVioor;i:i was ,Toed enough for For full litt see nearest correct. on put him, and Weekly Enquirer, now the hirgert 12 and movedhe back his family liethe train to Cobb left his page dollar a year paper in the United dog, however The tlog missed his States. master, whined and ran around thu ENQUIRER COMPANY, nousu for several days ami then disappeared. CINCINNATI, O. What was the Cobb county gentleman's surprise one day to see Ills' tlog AGENTS WANTED. come running up to him tit his home, iv Good Solicitors miike from $2.00 to $8.00 little worse for hunger but In pretty a day during Winter Season. Only Uiomj good bodily trim. He had made the willing to work, lmlic-- or gentlemen, need trip from Alabama buck to Georgia, apidj. . ENQUIRER COMPANY, Cincinnati, 0. juided by Instinct alone. DECKER BROTHERS WASN"I GRAND PIANO THE LABOR OF ACTING. READ, OBSERVE AND ACT. It's an Opportunity of Rare . WEEKLY ENQUIRER -- n 1 1 .... . . . . hiibi-criber- nib-K'ripti- GUESS r s fireat Iteaulla Olitulneil Only by the Moat I'.x let lllaclplliir. On first v isitlng a French theater an American will bo struck by its small-nessays a writer In the Atlantic's contributor's elnb. True, the edifice holds a good ii. in people, but somehow the architectural conformation enables the eager audience to eiu .t r about the stage, tier aliovo tier, at no great distance therefrom. Then can one note how important is the finish of the actor, the nuances coming into play admirably; not a shade of expression, not a single modulation In quality of tone failing to deliver its message. Is It strange that in France the art of acting should attain a polish unknown elsewhere? When Sergeant Talfourd's play of Ion was In rehearsal the production was entrusted to the skillful hands of Macrcady. at once the ablest actor ami most exacting manager on the Hritlsh stage, lie insisted upon having tho "curtahf scenes," or picturesque grouping nl the close of an act, chalked, the position of each character accurately designated, ami thu last few ellocttve movements clearly Indicated bv chalk lines drawn upon the flooring of the stage So patiently and so painstakingly was the piece rehearsed that the leading lady. Miss Ellen Tree i afterwards Mrs. Charles Kcan), was found, before tho performance, to have contracted a serious discaused by freease of the quently falling upon her knees during rehearsals under the tutelage of the martinet manager Young and iindlsclpliued actors, accustomed to rely upon the "beautiful spontaneities" of an artistic nuture, were wont to regard Mr. Maeready with something akin to terror, and to as artificial his relentless accuracy and precision in details. There is undoubtedly something perilously fascinating nbout theetTortless productiveness which we are accustomed to regard aa genius, ami which, as It vouchsafes no hint of toil, is seemingly the gift of heaven, but fear the more wo cxamino the matter, the more we shall bo inclined to accept tho homely assurance of Wirt thai "there is no excellence without s, Occurence. Main Street, Stanford, Ky, MANJlSS AND UKQAMSKV. GABUlEt, Managers. Proprietor. AND STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. Stationary, All power. 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I ! $1.75, I ;m "1 j- - & Semi-Week- ly Character of Circumstantial IXileiicn. ' Published Every Tuosday and Fr day Tho Tocb May Bo Tralnod to Sorve There Is no figment of the Imaginavtii. as PInffors. AT many futilities that yearly occur in tion if It is all within tho limits of mines, even where inspection laws aro possibilities more curious or strange ! PER, YJCArt.iy ADir Various 1'urposea to Which They Are most stringent and Inspectors are nu- than somo things that actually happen. MTWhen not o pid S2.60 w'll .e charged." merous, that the lay man should Inquire: The f dlowlng Is an Instance In proof of Sometimes Applied Something About ;lie I'eet of the Different "Does state supervision protect, after this Nntlons. all?" An normative nnsu'er, well forK. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. A few years ngo Prank Millet, tho tified with facts, may readily bo given, artist, Train leaves Kowland at 7.00 a. m., returning It Is astonishing to whnt uses tho feet but must here be stated only in brief am! story writei, wnr correspondent i.wniii published a cotiltl be put if necessity arose fashion, chi at 5.30 p. m nml toes Engineering .Magazine. story in a lending magazine whichshort ud had for a full development of their powers. Since the work is based upon the ns N. LOCAL TIME CARD. L. & its principal feature tho mysterious There is n way of educating the foot, as maxim that to prevent is better than to .11 9 pm Mail train going North eye, nnd thcro la cure. Its utility cannot readily bo per- killing of a Parisian artist in his own hum! or the 131pm well as the South studio, s.iys the Detroit Free Press. A mia.t :...i nam no telling what an educated foot can bo ceived by the superficial observer. FreExpress train " South.... " North .. ' t.15 im made to do In the time of Alexander, quently recurring or great disasters aro web of circumstontiul evidence letl to Local Freight North 6W"" the widely advertised, but wc do not, nor the nrrest of u model who hail boon in .... .Stapes says the St Louis South. lut tr The Utter train alto carry passengers. great warriors were taught to draw could we well expect to, hear of tho In- tho hibit of posing for him. The above it calculated on standard tune, Solar their bows with their feet, as well ns numerable Instances of budding disas- through some chain of circumstances time is about 10 minute Taster their hands, and this is done at the ter that have been prevented from ma which the writer of this h.is now forrl l.v THE SHELTON HOUSE, tel gotten the murder, If murder It can be present time by the Rock Veddahs, of turing; nor, when disaster has come, do called, was found to have been caused Ceylon. we learn to what extent state intervenue Nearly all nborlgines can turn their tion has reduced the dangerous condi- by the tlisehnrre of a IWnrm through itii.on toes not only to good but to bad tions so that the event was confined to the force of capillary attraction. The - humor This is especially truo of tho narrower limits than would otherwise firearm wins mud by the t.rtist as n nnd was hung in such natives of Australia, who, while they have been the crso. How mauy of the studio in blood, CA31SIT2:, scrommoiiatioaa at reasonable rates. are cunningly diverting your intention smaller nceidents occur which are, in a mntnicr that he wivs directly in line )) en day and tnv;ht bample room and Kol livery occurred when and hands, are busily engaged fact, purely nceident.il, while relieving with It Its ttlselini-jrwith their n CMiHeetitsn committing robberies with their toes, the high tension that would surely con- he was alone in his studio. The story was a ri. Id antl ingenious with which they pick up small urtleles duce to greater casualties, we have no as an elephant would with his trunk. means of knowing, tint If we turn to flight of the imagination. Now for its Hustonvilla, Ky. So, also, the Hindoo makes lus toes the history of fatalities in eountries parallel in fact: isatke f A f. an Ills aire's ea TSsa Hat lo fuewsrns huators. nslirrtoen per A recent nuinbBr of the AlV.ny Law work at the loom. uin them In his and states where the inspection laws tietjMs onAMr lands with Mit St iIki. nd nisasssn, a. all nh wilt kc pienoculrd to the lull weaving operations wi'h almost as arc good and the inspection force suff- Journal tells of th nrre .t of it man cm e esiluf the law Signed. much dexterity n. he does his lingers. icient wo find a gratifying story. For upon the charge of kilting his cousin. The most C. l.bl'UO.VA.MOi'KK TIIK VEND0MK J IIKUCt t Tho Chinese carpenter when he is England the Colliery Guiirdian says: The dead man was fourxl lyiaf iion a economical, THOMAS C. HAM. planing a piece of v.ood always holds it "Tho ratios of the fatal accidents and lounge about three o'clock in tho afterWAI.LALK ST l t.r. Piis'i. SI'Khl.K HAII.i: speedy, and A. M. I'M. AN I) with his feet. He also turns a grind- the deaths to the number of persons noon with n ball In It. W, f.AINI'.S. K. CA3IN1TZ, .vS:tiij:r, stone and docs many other kinds of employed in nnd about the mines under his brain. The eomtti. who had an Ineffective of all JAMKSOIVI.VS I S IMIll Mi's work in the same manner tho present and former coal mines acts terest of ono hundred thousand dollars . m sm.w ii i it ; blood-purifier- s. The llanaUa tribe, the most famous show that the occupation of the miner is In his death, was alone with him in the 'I hoira .Slv refitted and canoemen on the West African coast, now more than twice us safe tin it was at house at the time. The discovery of nrstswn d in atiend iSt re'innnse-- l sml fttilt i i'. 4K A LIME AND BRICK. will imte their light canoes jth great the common euvnl of t'u inspection." the real cause of death was due to the hncSAMTLK KOOM Mil lvr.1 velocity over the waves, nnd at the The averntTe ratio for the first act was lawyer of the accused, who took the will cure you. wil! ateliver I Uw at l euts a ll.ishel in I same time use the feet to bail out tho one death fir every a-l persons em- ritle from which tho ball hud Wen tired, K. CKNTKY la.iet SI. rfoi.l an. e uf i.MH.htK) water that happens, to bo lathed over ployed; for 1S00 it was one death for loaded and hung it upon tho wall I on Candidate lor the sides of the light urn ft. If from every 530. In this country lVnnsylva-ni- ami then marked the form of a man . a to the aitiosi olSheurt ol ut. !. ln,. cm M, .N a. will Im I'M. dredtars at I ial. ti. bard Hr.. k rsv i the (nvrmr ithioo, ..ula hir any cause it IJauakn breaks or loses his upon a white sheet nnd placed It upon lil has in jvery respect the mot comrKUl KHt K.I k t rabOr.lurd SURGKON DENTIST. throws, his leg over the bides of prehensive and the t.iro!igot law, and the lounge where the man lud been oars he IV. aiKNKFMH", Office on Main street, over W. It, McKolerts the boat and propels .it almost as fast 3'et more futisl aeeiuentn nre reported found. Then a heavy pitcher Drug Store, Stanford, v his feet as he could with the pad- from that state t'mn from any other of water was placed upon a shelf above. with a isd. Isle "t r i .S.J K . vi.o ..v dles. section of the union. Still the Colliorj Tho temperature wa ninety degrees la theatlionof th si ssi . rat M. Dueornct. who died in France In Engineer asserts that "there is no in the shade. The plteher of water R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. 1S02, wasboin without arms or hands, doubt that two tout, of coal are mined acted at n sun jM". nml the hot rays i .L'.irsMnis Srui.es, ol.t surss skin diseases, no had the eye of an artist, antl not now per life lot in tho mines to ono ton of thti sun shining through the water ballet hstula. Cifjitass. pile, kmistis str.tchts it has UVrever DENTIST. MSfSrwU BotssMiaisd v withstanding his Rival misfortune actu- mined before the mine law was passed." were refracted upon tho carWsja wotstlrifal nli.t.itMrti and ally t studied painting and exhibited In the region uihUt the writer's imme- tridge ohumbor of the riilo. Eight Lot on Main Street in SLaniiVo .is sriM fiiHj. loc rie Office on Main street, opposite Portman Home, tesMovinc ssxeswas I. r.warka Mr rConwrou. Isrslinsnwuls will be se uie.l and upstairs Nitrous Oxide Oas given for painlevs many' line productions wholly executed diate care, . sll the uttuhties Itivtf been re- witness were in the room, anil a few extracting. Cetitamm i is this I pace al a User tie e Mad with his toes STANFORD, KENTUCKY. h.l m. st b) duced from one to every X h) persons em- minutes after three o'clock there was y ,VlTi T K W VI M.S,sMfi J. K llltlalNS.S The feet of Thomas Ilolerts. the arm ployed underground in Hi6 to one for a puff and a report an the ball struck ersns eisy less huntsman, one in the employ of every 401 in ls0 nnd one for every 001 the outlined form hnek of tht ear ami Dr. Sir George Harlow, wore made to serve in 1SJ0. tho thory of rirctHilfcttititltil evidence GOOD EWIOX 3'Ois: hau-:was exploded. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, in the place of hands Roberta manuMRS. IMTUEWS THE CANNICAL PLANT. factured ino.t. of the instruments which I wstA to ell priv staiy nsv ' ..re-C. This Ik intpresUttff. not only Wonu.so STANFORD. KY. ... hiMtast iW asiles n itii PURCHASING AUKNT, ho used while on the elin.se and could It Furnishes tho real oenrfenc la quite as strungo HmsviIU siV- - Will uk- - .l j, s. :i striUln I1;nrn In Office in Odd lellonsBuilding, up stairs shoot or throw with as much prectslon us the imagined Ob, hut hrcnusQ tho any na wisliln( tu pui 'i.vc A,.j ' Trench Writer's Htory. Office hours 7 to ha m , to p m , 7 lo p m. Chlcayo, : : : : .Illinois. as the average hunter in possession of Some yenrs ,ro a striking utory was faot tnune after the fiction itatl paral-llo- d I'lviiionh I1.ro or 5, W.ntw th Ae both anus and hands it eo closely. ' published in France. deseriMng a wonW. 13. Tho same may ! said of William derful D.R. g C4MSin.U,f. e plant, discovered by enl Hetic Wv l'.t-)tf- i O ri Kinstone, an Kughshmnn who kept his n great botanist. If we remember rightS4k. New urs. SAVED BY A SWOON. h.ntr . r ly all hues S.iyams hi s.,Mi,siit, own accounts, shaved and dressed him- ly, the story recounted how it certain t, os .wHl unsiiroa set! ,,ii S ! An t'mintisetotts Wosmtn sitCWI at. hr a A relwskle mi ! sssprtScsst a self, saddled and bridled his horse, collector discovered a plant of the p office receutl) Office South side Main street, in ,.ilv csttHS. W.U sssssasiH)f wI.iiHi, liit Nut Injiirsxl. threw sledge hammers and did other s, vacated by Dr. 1. K Huffman, Sir nford, Ky. species of so gl jnntic a size that it is orstasial. The clrc-- .s gave lectiniM!, Ala., ex- Waaestsams ! Ha ' Cm4 U. .NOTICI.TO'IHK. seemingly impossible things with his could consume huge musses of rnw moat, rsssss wi re swr bssasssvs citement et.owglt on a recant Sunday to mess su !tsaaalle HASH SI PI toes. V as the .i.IN . Uf M. CRAIG, As to national characteristics in feet. says the London :s;ectator upJustfly antl last It for a year, ways Uio Atmntu ConDE. TKAVKLING PUBLIC. It rt a plant snap 1'iia pauvh'. show travcletl stitution s it ni?y be said that the Trench foot is draws nutriment from the lly's dead Homeopathic Physician, nnnr.w and long, the Spaui.sh foot is body, so this one fed itself on tho on four trurs An It is utninst tho ! N n o t my the ii,si - - - KENTUCKY. stsU and elegantly curved thanks to legs of muttou and sirloins of beef GcorgiA l.iw to run through this stnto mJ STANFORD, corresponding to tho which were thrown into it ravening on Sunday it was decided to stop at 8 to isV Moorish blood to 3 p m Office Hour: 10 to it a. m.: ' 3SiiUliii". and fesd the animals anil rest. Castilian's pride of being 'high in the maw. The botanist in the story, for Odice on Lancaster street, opposite court house instep." In the torpor ttr Innn, some reason possibly fear of having At all the tttttlions there were lnrg. 1 he Arab's foot is proverbial for its his plant destroyed us dangerous to pub crowds utxl at 'Icurosh there wore f, K, II DAks high arch The ICoran says that a lic safety keeps the existence of tho several hundred when the last train ap.Stable, stream of water can run under tho truo plant a secret, rtntl preserves it In a proached As it wa trowing liown one NATIONAL BANK Arab's foot ithout touching it. The locked-uof the liens maaafivd to tear er Ihe i l tiB rvirr "f it lo Ih. p..l Ii. conservatory Iliswife, otr It cage. Hector, which RLLEV sr'urlr. arid Iresh Ii tiottc.t mlUm. OF SlANrORD, KY. foot of the Scotch is high nnd thick, who is made miserable by his ab- wasthe ilnor of nanus, .Irl.lrt ia;sic Willi th" brute's thrust his head that of the Irish Hat and square; the sorption of mind ho thinks of nothing K. U. UlfiKY. lroprlss.r. The Dost in tho Country. outright in tho face of a group of neEnglish short tind llenhy but how to feed antl improve his won- groes who were t.i.r me a a . - Kontucriy. s. ;ding on the plat- London, Capital Stock When Athens was in her zenith the derful and fascinating plant deterV l. It I rN, l'ro.rier Tho j could not have i Horc foot was L IUTkN. M.i.sget 16,500 Greek and exactly tho most jwrfectly mines to follow him This she does, form. If the evP i no had dropped down I hsvc JHOsed to nty n.w Surplus- .i" .. ,. ' formed proportioned of that accompanied by an old school friond of scared i.t. piepsrtd tha ev.t to aecoisstHiW1 the fact Attention of the public is invited to Stanford, cf any of the human race Suedes. the husband When the pair reach tho among them. Hector made n leap, with Oeud I.i. err attached aadetcv " "i e only National Rank in that this is the and Germans have the Inner conservatory they see, to their open mouth, into the crowtl Such a sued. Cite me s call. Hank Aelj Norwegians . Under the provisions of the National he IKAVs 77 scattering anil such yelling were never ' l,,l depositors are secured not only liability lor an largest feet, Americans the smallest. horror, the infatuated botanist tossing seen or stockholders4 stock, but by the heard in Alabama. Some of tho Russian toes are "webbed" to the first bleeding joints of raw moat into tho amount eiual to the stock, so that depositors of In abject fright, but negroes fell of 5400,010 SIAMOKI1, K this institution are secured by a fund of the bank joint; Tartarian toes are all the same huge jaws of a giant Thoy are the most of down them struck "IT for home Five sworn statements of the condition length. at first petrified with horror At last, on a hard run. A doon tried to c'imh each ear to the United States govern-weare wade however, the wife throws herself into and its asets arc examined at stated time LIFE ON THE MOON. telegraph poles. mini sprang down by government agent, thus securing additiional the arms of her husband anil implores a well. Hector lit One his feet, but rolled safety to depositors. and permit on as tue Telescopic liivetl:itlim l.risila to the lie. him togiveupdwellinguponthe horrible This institution, originally establi-he- d lit Motel, iennvate.1 imiw over he got 1t ihJ imv ibaijc sml I mlriidand relurnished, is as In iohest cash markit (lllvl S lief That Our Satellite la Inhabited. Deposit Hank cf Stanlord in 1838. then ta residue! It carnivorous monstrosity which he lias was ami over.a When woman up there Hank ol Stanford ill i.S and man, hardly or child ,.ed as the National nut mil) ifiaiNtain its fiiah reputation, but lo add It docs not seem improbable that In discovered antl rearetl. Unfortunately, fin as the Kirst National Hank of again ii, lung lilt o; frirnds Special at.nmtniHla- within fifty yards, (hie woman, though, uninterStanlord in iSoj, has had practically an supplied the course of events the earth and the however, the wife, in appealing to her tuMoicicial Irave'ers and hoe rooms fur better earv lti rupted existence of itiedip'a.v of samples. moon may become more intimately ac- husband, goes too close to the plant. who had fainted was lying near the tacilities for transacting business prompt now with ith one bound lie was on her, and quainted A fcw years ago bcientLsts iy and liberally than ever before in its long fiduIts huge tentacles surround her and lion. A First-Clas- s corporations, Saloon honorable career Accounts of respectfully held the theory that the moon was a then proceed to drag her in, and the his ugly teeth showing ami his tongue d rolling out. The iieople who were look&c, at ciaries firms and Individual A .m ltlf.t.lAltnnd TOOL HOOMS attached dead planet, without atmosphere, and two stupefied men see the plant begin jusbi'H t.ot'ri: ing on tamer consequently uninhabited. This theory to devour its victim Fortunately. a long weie horrified. The was no was The Directory of this Hani is composed 01 w ay olT antl there one IX CU. L M. F. has recently been entirely controverted. however, the friend catches sight of an T. J. Foster, of Stanford; The work began by Prof Holden at the ax lying near, antl seizing this he near with a pistol or rifle. To attempt Forestus Reid, Lincoln county ; I M A (I. I.auhjm .hu I', la.tleman 3S lyr Lick observatory upon .Mount Hamilton strikes at tho roots of the plant. A few to rescue her would be almost certain J. V. llayden, Stanford; death. To the astonishment of everyHaughman, I.mcolu; S. H has been steadily continued, and tho frenzied blows do the necessary work, ! M.J. Miller, Mt Vernon; photographs taken by him and his as- and the flesh eating plant tumbles to one the boast, instead of mangling the V l" Harris I.lntoln; o vja sistants have revealed certain facts hith- the ground ami releases from Its woman, simply sniffed the body, turned J. S. llocker Stanford; it and after eyeing erto unknown clutches the terrified woman. Tho bot- It over with his paws, olT leisurely. He G A. Lackey, Lincoln; suspiciously walked Photographic observations show a anist, however, cannot survire his most T P. Hill, Stanford; r. perfect map of the moon, and upon the cherished discovery, antl with the ex- thought that the woman was dead. V. 0. Welch, Stanford. r? summit of one of the highest mountains clamation: "You have killed iny plant!" Hector wns recaptured and recaged V. 1'. Tate, Stanford. "I without trouble. O v. is a white spot whiciriias tho appearhe falls buck dead. OlFKERS n O UYISKPOOL,. glacier, proving tho presence of ance of o fji A llellclous ereslon. J, S. Hocker, President; tyi iirnrrril ly Her .Majesty. atmosphere and making the theory of McRoberts, Cashier: John J. All entire commune in Vance, that of Few people, writes a lady from LonA. A. McKininy, Assistant Cashici the habitablent'ss of the moon tenable. -' don, arc, perhaps, awaie how thor- Murat, leeently wont over to Protestanti95It Is claimed bv Prof Holden that by a , sm. Tho bishop of C.ihors was asked continuous scries of photographs he is oughly Queen Victoria, of England, enn to grant the right to hoar two masses MANAIiKKS, m joys a joke. A gentleinau-in-waiting- , any the Co. able to detect moon,changes uponbuild- distinguished for his imitative powers instead of one oer .sv.rtki, in the para y surface of the and that a.ommorce Building, Louisville ish church, as inau3 hud to go a long C O ing fifty feet in height would, cast an and dramatiu talent, is not unfrcqucnt-I- distance antl OK STANFORD, KY.. K it was often incr'ivenient Act nt throughout the S )tith called upon to trip tho light, fantasappreciable shallow says the Chicago " ii) t .. .- jIs now fully organued and ready for business with Graphic tic toe, figuratively speaking, when in to sot out early, lie refused in what U seemed to them haughty terms, saying , uutl linlmoral. if the will is inhabited the ' r. tl Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. certainly moondiscovered sooner factlater, attendance at indtor looking with a that, as Christ submitted to lie crenel- "". A. TillBBLS, Local Acjont, One day the great lady, be or 0 15,000. but the question of the establishment certain ausUrity straight into tho face fled for their sakes, if they could notSurplus, . - - - blANIOHII KV S Jxrt. In the mornof their beds 'X of communication Is still unsolved, al- pf the gentleman deiuuntltd "Now, get out1m in tune for curly ing to "flsS church thoy were t.. I UK LINCOLN NATIONAL SUCCESSOR r. though in the face of the scientific Mr Si, am rerfcwtly M0j aware that not worthy of HANK OF srANKJRD, the nitnie of Catholics. achievements of the hint century we when mv ImoK i turnvl you imitate This cans, tl greut offense A public - s Now closing up) with th same assets and under will not predict that u i unsolvable. w ish to see ou do it now, this mo the same management. niuutiiur was held on the church green. " Poor Mr X fell btraiglitwrty minute Uy provisions of its chaner, depositors are as o ' VVIM Mr ii. rs fully protected as aie depositors in National into the royal trap, crimsoned, tailored, antl a petitioti was aont to the minister of public worship to glvH tho commuHanks, its shareholders bein held individually EdIn the utterly lot Ins countenance "Ah," "TravitiW of rTO liable to the extent of the amount of their stack nity it ProtesUnt puMor. A IVotestaut o tl the (just-i- i 9r "I he. tea, risrhti" elcivj man was kccured, who, when he therein at the par value thereof in addition to the ward Webb U.'ilMi are d?cn of stories .'Wset r E lK'", J rJvlfSWty' HHaa.'r if K amount invested in such shams. It may uctas that would make .Iik- Mulliutton turn and then ui(lid. laughing ts heartily as wont, to preach hut first seimon In an executor administrator, trustee, Ac, u. fully as green with envy One of the mobteole-untie- .ny schoolgirl, "but don't do it again!" finnrovicoti i an individual mi.lo, found there nn on- their bulsiness to us To thoe who n. of these is his- story uf the wild 2a while mnagiHi: Hie Unolii National Hank oj ( utiliiintul ( Hrrunrv. of a hundred thu!Mstic John, which is as folStanford, wew. here teisdrrosir many thanks and limn of Prester their business lowsAlong in the luti or port of the last poraonit trust ibey will continue to transact prompt 'In the court of Prestcr .lolin with us, nfferinK as a givanintee for in a vtildc man. and another in century Uw ooutliwuuil money Issued Irli'll'lslup HiMVsrilrxl. to same, our twenty yaars" oxpenente ic there banking and a, liberal nceouiusodatioiis as are conthe litsfhstrttotof Conxluutinoplc. whose U this extent of had lision ' III ICiij.'huid a rich man died recently, sistent with souud banking allowance I every day R ittstirtcrof nuv sinkitigoiitof sight. Jnut final ami four hnrdred invitation wore isDtKKlTOHS: mutton: and when any man iryeth for collapse a desperate ckToil was iniitie to sued to his intiinato friends" toattend some notorious nifonee. then thtty are hold unlheciirrci.ey, but c.t.v ithstitnd-inoume. J.J, Williams, Mt ernon , A the functal. t.uly ttenty-ui- e all that the government, sided by tho Eight tint u'.terv. unl these twenty-ninJ, M, Hull, Stotiiiird; allowed every dav a quarter of man's Heath. J S Owly, Stanford ; Those wilds men are chained lending men of that period, could do. a faithful till dentil, rcoeired'u letS J Kmbry, Stanferd ; sold for S.VSO0 m coutiuuni-a- J ter to cull on the deceased's lawyer. fast to a pot every day the one in doajii o;-J li. Lynn.StanJtrd; paper mon',j. and a silk hat of tho They ditl so ind each received, accordwill niII at pu1 i' '' Proster John' court, the other in the A W. trvtit'r, Miud?ev.ill; high street of Constantinople, each of period, winch v.sHild be v.-- i ST, cost ing to tho will, JUWO If u lady, anil '.200 Oil tlir DkllVlllo J K.Uauxhman, Jfusttmville, .,. H0.(M)i) tncoryi S)co. nt .1 them having n lUMiitell about their The if a gentleman Tha testator further J. r. CW, anford; . The folio shoulders, aud all over their bodies word was Um .1 int. i l .. igo, directed tli.it tho minion of those who 'u 1' t. , icmne.l my Harber Snop to the Corn Willwm Uooeh, Stanlord, X. liuirtl" il tlioy have wonderful Jong hair They mil then, us now, the ut r am prbpared to aicommtRlate . irthlcsv received hi b quests should bo pub-.- it too or oo Mule., tan l " i'i itu' hand -' S.H blanks I'raaidstat l .jiNellat lutulemen in anything they may i by tie lished in the journals tojmnlsh those Sheep, ve.rsiw pooivits was co.m are chained by the neck teat they speed- aossof at1J. IS. Owsley, Cashier til - ne. Children nlsoi waited ou. Call I' '" u i j uct w '. a cot.ti w'ho hud not put theiuseivoe. ontof their CuitU, Hob TermiHJc " ily devour all that eotneth withlra their 2xpro.ssW)ii JESSK THOMPSON, . Fnmlturu W. it. InCouimercial Hotel. " I naj to attend Jnental. reach So jt fuuei ul. J. Htliiiii;huiao, General The Mlslenillnc; . Interior Journil USEFUL iMEHBERa i INSPECTION OP MINES. I FACT AGAINST FICTION. Many Ai'el irnta Are lint This V. Never ttoar About. It Is iv it nlnilar that In view of tho t'rnv-entei- l, well-know- n Globe-Democra- t, FOR SCROFULA scrofulous the ulcers, catarrh, consumption, use u51nc-Gra- ss The hest salve in the world tut i .,. i.rm sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever son, l. tier, .. d hands, chilblains, corns and ail sklu fup One hundred and sevcnty-rlel- u and one half , dons and posilivel) enrrs piles. ir nu . v Imd, In a hlch state ol Itlvation I , usrcsof jot-ied. It is guaranteed to eive pent" splendid new burn, tvroRood . tbins and urt', rnce t, t. ir or money retunded it,r outhouses Will self cheap Kor sale fay A K. Penny, StantnM, K I his land lies iVj miles from lluslom i He, Ky S. I'. hTA'.t. Invoatmont A Sftfo . SUiiio sou saiis- l nnr uliijh is iriiarauiccil to tc if failure, it'iiirtiuf factory resiilia, or m tasc (in tliis ale pun nran s.rttir nnrrhase tiricc buy from our adveitisfd diUKCit n Imillrul l(r. s Kiul-'It s New Ihssovcry for l.oiisiiinitinn. IIkvIhh punhased the interest uf my fotmer Biiarantecl lo htlne; relief in (arinet, Mr. W. K McPlnvion, I ask u luerai for any affeition of the throat, lungs tr kaiem the piuone or the people of Kowland i o.' lub. suih ns ronaMiiiption. inllamniaim a lctuliv. I will continue the cath business ubIs ss.i (. rl., wlsptipuii, bienclntis. astlmia. hkh th tirmnf Hilton A Mtl'hersnn started nut rt. . It i pleaant nnd ;nahl t thr to ii ., h d think I nn easily prove why it will lie i riai k.,:ulsl lo botn mv customers nnd myself fttly sate ami an alw.ivs b,- - irliu.l ufKiii lo A K i'eliav stlruri tJte Ssillltm fie at lunk at thete prices, so pounds granuta its! .iar far Ji. Arbuckle's sotlce n ients per :niii I and all other Knuds in proportion AU Merit Wins h.,v. on hand at nil times lumber and shingles fur W'edesite In sa to imr t itnens ihst f i v ears J II. UM ION, We hAvu been ;lliHK i lor King's .Nh ! Kowland, Ky. i jr Lift I'.il. Consumptlan, Hr King s Se Arinia Salve and Klrrliu llui. . ..ml m never handled remedies tb.it ell .. i n is. have Riven snt h iimver-a- l Ihen, . vtiv i m. .ml s nut liesitau lt Kiim.tc aland read) to refund St purilu.. nte M au I D. A TWADDLE. Proprietor. f irtury r t"v tin mt .olliiw u remedies have won their K'i-s- t urlv I A. It IVmis I1'" in their incril" Ilucklln's Arnicn Salvo Farm for Sale '. i FOR CASK OlTliT. ir -- !, -- iti-l- ! I I 1 t' Rowland, r'irst-das- s Kentucky. ni II. It. e Undertaker&EmbalniGr C Cl-K- 'l I'OSTED. Ayer's Sarsaparifla safe, I I IiOTEh t I thirty-twoontl- II. Mas Cured Others A.S. PRICE, 1 '- -'- R. I s JI I 1 1 I afifep a IH-m- v ut-ghi- ss J. ir I i l; mm s-- sl WBBm ml I dir-ot'- FOR SADul; 1 1 itr isf-.i- J II. CjSunnellcy, 1 .1 . ". -, imauE PENNY, Uesh-eatin- Dentist. WAHTSx). H,. C IM--r lly-tra- ,it - Kr.. l'.-.- tl lf ..v - ,- 'JOHN For Salo I ch 1 , Twenty K.t I 39-i- jr u( MYERS KOXJSE. I 1 1 1. I FIRST I.ivcry p how-ove- r, THE linilKK. i tle I S200,000 ;" te-ei- M- r- s PORTMAN HOUSE, , fly-tra- p. nt CASH ELK . i JOSKPII COirUV, I Ir'r. -- I ...ii-t- .r Beef Hides, Fur, iaiiviw. solic-te- ii .n. 1 I r n ROYAL OF c c: I Insurance Company, n 'liAKBEEvvOASTLEMAN Farmers Bank&Trast - y I t . x t- is I Miili-IUii- is o5 ox-clai- - z d A 'V - ioi.-rvirali- atien-tio- n g e, s I i i -- Tiiesdav, sj ('', ' . I i v 1 1. 1. I 1 la-- M- Hrfght,-Teller- Book-Kcepe- r. I c iv v . V