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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892010801 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 1892 $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 . :- -. ..' f. , v Semi Weekly Interior VOL. XIX. BAROOUnVlUE, KNOX COUNTY. Journal NO. 89 .i STANFORD, HAPPY HAMLET. ' KYM FRIDAY. JANUARY 8.1892. -- r & A. C. SINE LANCASTER. GARRARD COUNTY. never would, but that alio bad never J. N. MENF.FKI ,li,'- - ,Asf ll ftnlktJl1 thu ln,,y inf m Lillie Some Oclayed Ylshes. A Beautiful Gown Misses May Costtllow and Quarterly court convenes next Mon- Uestioii passed, leaning on the arm nay. nrsnrlhPd. SnmMhlnn Ahaut Inrnn. Clnrko will leave Thursday for Loretto, Mr. Horace Herndon entertained another admirer. Mo looked up to the PyJrnrt Frnm R,iv fnnRV. where they will In In school tho remain-le- r TUT great roc't under whoso awning we sat, bis young friends Friday evening. do Manpassnnt. of tho year. and making dramatic gesture, said: "I Tho remains of Mrs. Polly Single I am just as mad as I can be, riirlit Owens Bros, are figuring on lilitin wish the whole cliff would tumble over ton were interred In the I.anea&ter cem- tho town with electricity. Mnny of the here on tho New Year, too, and till ho me." And the very next time 1 heard jetery Monday morning. citizens are delighted with the project canst! of thnt Ur.y old lout, wliolinil noth- ho was mariied awl none. Ia If the eyes are the windows of the iiii flue to do but pilfer my letter my about him nml will probably encourage them. of Judge j Christums letter, ho full of loving wish- - man an improvement upou tiio mon- soul, is the mouth the kitchen or the Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Hrackets Mr. Chorion A. Tinsley.son pantry? of tbiH place, returned i m for all. I bad taken tliu greatest key? .1.11. Tinsley, o Judge M. I). Hughes and family and Verandah Work. from Valparaiso, Ind , where be baa pt;iHiiro in pimping the epistle nnd mail- The hamlet is lonely to niabt, the day havu moved to tho propertv on RichliiniinttuiidiuL' the Northern Indiana ed itmyself and gave died and left not a atrip of color on the d I.aw School for tho past hnlf year. Hweetest glance, when be blurred tho sky, awl the wind moans. Hut for rnv mond street vacated by Milton i 11 done quite well ai:d Charles baa real name of Happy Hamlet. Whom books awl my music I would be discon Dr. J. U. Kinnaird has returned from The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. make a bright lawyer when lie pica to did it go? Who did the pilfering? What solate. Xew York City, where ho has been fori Io you enjoy reading a story waa the wiser, I wonder .' Oh! could I practicing. - with marked passages? Tho friend who the past month attending a special course Ky. Mr. James T. Gibson, who lias been but reach bis all too .solid lleah! But has nent me Guy do Manpiissaiit'a thir- in it'ciiirea. in the merchandise business in this l'vean idea. I will take a back stitch, teen tales knew not that they would Mr. Joel Lunsford, an aged citizen place for about ' yeara until last spting, using a double thread this time, and will prove such companions. That beauti- formerly of Sugar Creek, fell from bis has opened u new hotel here to be sew into the Saw Year the wishes ful creation of his "Moonlight !" May I wagon while parsing through town -known as tho Gibson House. Mr. Gib-bo- made while the Old Year was dying-Let'- not give you just one extract?" Wednesday afternoon awl was severely ia quite popular with tho traveling see first, for a certain handsome "Hut now, see, down Jhere along the bruiEed about the head. His recovery public and intends liia house especially widower, domiciled in n certain quaint edge of the field appeared t UlCAI UK IN- 10 shadows is doubtful. cottage on Main, I wished a wish that walking aide by side under tho niched for tiiHt trade. Tho Record Printing awl Publish making would brim; a blossoming creature Into MrH. M. I.. Singleton roof of the trees all soaked in glittering ing Co., sold their property to Messrs. S. for tho erection of a bis home, if for no other reason than to mist. preparations G. awl B. O. Boyle for S 1,700 on the nth iwoetory dwelling on the nceiie sun and air hia elegant dressing gowns man was tho taller, and bad his inst. It is umle.otood that the pape The Tho Cumberland that came from the four corners of tho of tho recent tire. arm about hia mistress' neck nud from will continue to bo published in shortly after a date now a lit- time to time ho kissed her on the foreValley Hank buildings walls were not under tho direction of J. K. Marrs. Injured enough to require new ones, tle distant. It is realty funny about head. Tln-- animated suddenly the If Garza, the Mexican revolutionist, liencu thodooisnnd windowa are being tho dressing gowns. Notwithstanding lifeless l.uidse.ipe which enveloped them with only CiOO men, is keeping our army rapidly cased up again awl tho building he enumerates them on bis fingers, be like a divine frame made expressly for on tho frontier, as well na tho regular Kxtend to the public their hearty thanks for the very liberal patronage for the past year and will soon be ready for occupancy again. is seen of evenings behind bis newspa- this. They HCPined, these two, like one Mexican forces in a state of restless A leap year paity, the success of the per iir a ragged old smoking jacket, now being, the being for whom was destined anxiety as to his whereabouts, we will season, wus given at the reaidenceof V. awl then poking his lonely lire, pressing this calm ami silent night; and they have to rely on volunteers to whip little V. Tinsley, Monday night, when the the tobacco deeper into his pipe and came on toward the priest like a living Chili when thu time for lighting arrives. t young ladled pent cards to the gentle- making upon tho wall a most doleful sil- answer, the answer vouchsafed by his The St Louis sivb never did have much men. Quite a good crowd waa out awl houette. Master to bis question: "Why was the that Mr. Cleveland "has never in his Our motto has been for widowers ami yet for this one moonlight everybody neemed to enjoy themselves. life originated a new thought or idea nor Shall be exerted to maintain your confidence. made.' " s and shall be have wished a wife. For the preacher Alter ten o'clock the p.uly left Mr. suggestion for the remedy o advanced a a new iiuiak. Souio one told me not nmllmado their way to tho Queen I've just had a thought, but I'll not of the evils which he so glibly and fiat City Motel, whero the ladies treated the long ago that a certain pastor waa een use it yet. I'll do as Washington Irving ly points." Well, suppose be hasn't, gentlemen to oyster. The boys say riding on a dark night with a woman,; snid he did put it away to mellow. wherein docs he dill'er from most of the We will use this space in calling your attention to the many good tlioy never kick when the girl pity tlio and that he kiaod her. I couldn't help "so called" etaf'Sinen of the present Itoiiv. wondering at the prying power of thu' age? billa. things we have in slock. It will be a source of great pleasure Jtmi.K. Mrs Susan K. Sul!e f llardings-burgh- , on looker's eve. to see all that on a widow Miw Mary Bowimtr, have a few Ladtcs' and Children's Cloaks left, which wc moonless night, but it waa explained j of thf late Martin I'. Sallce. died at her to the people of Kentucky, irrespective who baa bud charge of themuaic College, She whs the of party polities, to learn that the great propose to sell regardless of cost. for the preacher loved the woman ami home in this nl department ol I'nlou during thu holidaya to her home. afterwards married her, and the halo; daughter of Harrison and Klivuiheth problem that has disturbed the serenity ' Now that winter is upon us in earnest, wc have prepared for it; our Mio made many Inends while here, all about his bead lighted the kiss. Hut I Carter Berry, of Wayne countv, nnd of the county for some months past, as who was to have the honor of mak- -' stock of UNDERWEAR is still complete and the best stock of Boots of whom wilt regret to iuum of hei in- haw wan.leied from the wishes. What was born July is, IS 12, being in her ."list to tentioua of not returning. Her position have I here for the bride? A long, year at the time of her death. She was ing up the mails awl handing out tholand Shocs cVCr shown in Stanford. at Paducah, has - 1 with the college, however, will bo tilled nweet dream that ia free from cradles. thesecoml wife of Martin I Sallee, and lettets in the It requires, Kiln, the charming and beauti- For the editor, a few correspondents, was married to him May IS, ISt4, awl been dffinitely settled. by Misa statesmanship of a very high order to daughterof Judge J. M. Tinsley, of w Iiom cr.uiiuws at least show the place four children survive her. Susan ful the brain ia forming, and for the son, widow ol Ihe late Peter Wilson, determine questions 01 sucn magnitbia place. Mia Tinsley ia u graduate of died at the residence of her relative, Mr. tude. the Conservatory of Music, at Cincinna- rest of you freedom from giip. Mioses Addie Burnside and Gracie You will find the- J. T. HeatlMiiaii. Friday afternoon, of o ti. She ia an elliciout instructor awl Kinnajrd returned to school at Oxford, By the way, Old Santa Clans 1.111110 in-- ! consutnpt' m. The friends of Dr. Dave her many frieiitla will be glad to learn of Miss Annie Hale, to my boudoir on X mas eve, shoulder- - Logan will ,. nleised to learn Itbat he Ohio,. Wednesday. her engagement. of Stanford, is visiting Miss Mamie Cur-- j hinted, ia now imprnving,(and, it is hoped, will A !'. McFarlan, n young traveling ing the engraving for which rey. .Miss elhe Mlliou lias returned -- Th e- man, who has been representing 1). Now, who could have sent it? Tho soon be completely restored to health, ' "I'ncle Dave" is one of the best known from a visit to Stanford. Misses Kliza Allaheler & Co , ,of l.ouiavllle, left here writing was so like my old aweetlieart'a s very unceremoniously last week. Me Could he have lemeiubered all these nwl most popular citizens in the u,"djr an acquaintance ho extensive remembered 1110 even my voice?! ty, wife to bellow he waa led his yonng thereaidencHofMr.il. C. Jennings, on only going to louisvillo to eo his house "Ah, what can time do ugainat great ' hisfriewls are everywhere. Mr. ,Uamc8 (.'i...rn.,i it,:,. .uui ivgiui .i..,i m.., .nut; m.i,i 'ii:-on home biiMtiera, but when hhe heard love? Make its bands stronger; its pow- Dunn and family will this week move' cinuiuiu rui;ri has been ill for several days with the from this county to Lincoln, where he Also a complete line of GROCERIES and HARDWARE, Salt, betook with hiin..all of his Imoncy, ers purer! Nothing else'" grip. Misses Kllen Owsley has returned o will live on the farm with his Mlier-In- which amounted to about toOO, anl her Lime, Cement, Pumps, Src. I appreciate past favors and respectfulThe Idea has gotten adrift some way law, Mr. John M. McBoberts, Jr. Mr. from a visit to friends in Danville. jewelry, nhe became very uneasy nud Theentertainmmt given last Thurs- ly solicit vour trade for the New Year. telegraphed to hia house to know if be that I mil an old maid, and all be- - Dunn is a good citizen and we reret to ' day evening by Miss Wherritt bad arrived. They answered in the neg- cause I am retiring, romantic, and be- - see him leave our coin in unity. Mu has wasa very charming a Hair. An elaborl ative, upon which Intelligence alio con- cause I 80iuetiuui3 sit in the firelight sold bis milk business to Mr. John , kin. J. C. & Monte Fox have bought ate supper waa served at the usual sing liobm Adair. What a mourn-cluded to go in aearch of him. .She left head of slop cattle, hour and the guests were royally enterthis place Monday night for Louisville fill memory the old melody Drought of various parties tained until well into the morning upou money which friendN gave her. back to me the evening of Mrs. Keid'a weighing from l,(T0 to i,oOt 2! tofUlo Miss Wherritt was nssisted in receiving When hhe arrived in liuisville alio entertainment. Well, if I am an old per lb. They will slop them at Miller's and entertaining by Misses Mary Miller, found a number of Barhourville busi maid, I am none of your Hcrawny, distillery, in tiarrard. Advocate. aud Altie Marksbury, Mr. J. M. Farra specimens. What is that' ness men, from whom together with ahrivtdled-uWhat is Good Baking Powder? '&SM and ber brother, Claude. The followtho house which her husband traveled old saying about "fat, fair awl forty?" It is a well known fact that carbonate ing young ladies awl gtntlemen were o Has the largest and for, bIiu waa able to secure money , of ammonia is used by bakers In the present. Misses Carrie and Mamie My neighbor has received a new gown enough to go to her home, Columbus, Bessio Marksbury, Maggie Jenpreparation of the finest and most wholeBedMOST COMPLETE STOCK from Louisville. It is a ailver-gralad. some bread nnd cake, and has been from nings, Annie Hale, Maud Robinson, Ada ' ford cord, beautifully severe, as is eve-- , " is among the oldFarra, .Mae Hughes, Mattie Klkin, Hord, OF (1RAR ORCHARD. rything Myliali nowadays, and it faateua' time immemorial. It est and at the mine time most healthful Nell Marrs, Allie Anderson, Fannie l'rof. J. V, Smith opened hia school diagonally across the back. Where the constituents of baking powders. It is West, Georgie Miller, Kate McGrath, JC buttons end a bit of drapery ia held in ' on the 5th with 20 pupils. iVa all evolved in gas by the bent of the Bessie and Jennie Burnside. Ollie Marrs, ' ever shown in Stanford at prices Have your property insured with place by a pearl buckle, from this a bell oven and leaves no trace of itself in the Annie Koyston, Annie Robinson, Geor- -' as low as the lowest. F. Cum-iln- skirt descends that dips. The Y front, tho riiu'uix aud .r.tna. James food and it is this that gives itj its great gie Moore, Pattie Beazley, Lettie Brown in the State, at the throat, is filled with white crepe. It Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s Agent. niinrli.v value as a leavening agent in the opin- 11111I Mnrift Cook, and Mir It nwl I. K. Caraon sold 1(10 A white hat came with the package. Are T. Don't have to ions of the phvsicians. New York Jour- and John Anderson, .Spencer, Lear, who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing acrcaof land to F. G. .Shaw from the you not glad they are again being worn?' nal. Dnnlap, Marrs, Brown, G. and A. Frank,' send iob to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. OW Nothing is so becoming to a tresh com-- ! farm of J. K. Caraon. Kirby, Dunn, Hughes, Hood, Batson, coirj an(i silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic- A great, flitUy feath.'r, all W paupers plosion. Mr. Doorea aaya there are Tiik celebrated specialistjof lniisville J. and ! llobinson, Walker, Doty. lnr fnrt satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. and 20 ol them white, against ringlets, all dark, makes waa here as advertised last Tuesday and ted j and at the county ra, L. & 0. Walker, Jennings, Owsley, a charming contrast. Veils are worn w return in four weeks from that day. grip. are down with the Sweeney, West, Greening, Woodcock There will be pleaching at the Chris- well down, below tho throat, awl are in j The Dr.'s visits are becoming more ft others. m r conceivable design. The prettiest portant each time as his fjpractico is aud K rvi r lb tian church Sunday morning at U o'clock Some of the papers that favor war WW iX.vAJ rfslA are Mpeckled with silver aud gold. A. . I. steadily increasing and his Jskill and with Chili aro rejoicing over the probaby J. G. Livingston. The Sunday-schoo- l to reorability are being demonstrated by tho bilities of having Peru aud several oth- (L.ATK ALEXANDER'S MOTKl.,- .nt tho Christian church wants Aunt Dorcus is a curious old darkey, rapid improvement ;those guilder his F.very body come ganize on Sunday. AND but she philosophizes: sometimes. We C:m are making. The Dr. is examining and let's have a good acliool. Tho election of town ollicers occur were both a little gossipy that morning physician of the Southern Medical and cur it would no doubt save the United S2.SO Dav. red Saturday. U. W . MeHord, I. tlernn, while mixing the fruit cake. Sho want surgical Institute, ol'O .')tli (St., States something in the wav of men and Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Hous, me about Mrs. X. being so stingy vjie Ky. A. Haatiu, Man Molman and Joe money, and if Chili could be whipped ' a thing that abominate, although I LOUISVILLE, KY. tho iivo trustees elected, are good only the nominal Robert r. jmisii, a urn supporter. by the allies with admire economy And I. in turn, told Mope they will men for the place. W. R. LOGAN, backing of this country so much the1 speaker of the JNew York law and have a nice town ia tho her about Mrs. M. She it is who counts wd elected A. W. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. better for the purse of Tncle Sam But ' House. The republicans voted for Gen. best wishes of the citiena of Crab Orch- everv lump of co.il that is burned, and If we need help in this wonderful saves every grain of salt that is brushed ' H"ted. ard. iking why not secure the assistance ll'",,u ,ni,,t ,lais-- tra A wc of Mr. Will Severance is up after a into tho crumb tray awl dries the sugar! of Kuglnnd and France'.' With a comlu K. A: I. bridge at New spell of grip. Miseos Alice Mooro awl that settles in the tea cups for a second J"hM bination composed of the I'nited States, "Good Gawd!" said Aunt Dor-- 1 ,M,l'' klliMl Conductor Frank Malum Kvh Stegar aro out aftur spells of pneuBeru, Great Britain and France, Chilli .,.,. and Heriously injuring l.raneman ,.x nl.i ".l.if 'iiinuii 'ill d monia. Judge J. II. Stephens ia might be blotted out of existence in the Button. to his bed, also Uobort Kdmiston hisse'f to save ile brimstone him was- .living in Allen course of a few months. The proporAu is Kdmiston, all tea! and tho postmaster, John o county has a full heard, lour inches tion of the belligerents on our side J. iii tin' nievailing disease. .Mr. is a sweet child auross the wau long. She has been ollered $20 a day would be about 'JOOtonne and with such There Romans und wife weio over from i.'ltf-- in !t1a.i.w! tllillttltrtlfC u'llli .Afii.lnoli. 1. 'PI... I... ntiiniiitlii ...... ... , but ......... to ' a 'orco WH miht be able to niako quite . . I IU If, UlUdl ! UIIKIIMHUt. 't J. T. Chad wick's new house 1, !IS 13 Ull OIUM ..( to aee lierO i other morning the little darling came show herself, awl she is.rigbt. I, ...in 1...- :.,...,......... ill UWIU .1... Ik. "lit t'lcould build ono like it. Tho I. If VIUI ao thty forwntd with a rent in her slcevo nnd ' nothing more disgusting than tliu sight number of those who are clamorous fo iitllo Mioses Maud Bowman and pretty war, who will be sulliciently patriotic to of a bearded woman. of Mrs. J. primping herHweet mouth said, "MamNuuuio Mairis aro the guests and for At a trial iu Stanton, Hon. Kodney enlist at Sl. a month, shoulder their Muggio and Susio ma, Fee broke my d'efs." The same Misses M. Stephens. muskets night a pain crept into her cttdle aud I laggard, of Winchester, niudo some re- ably not and strikea out for Chili. BrobMrs. W. one in thousand of those Martin uro visiting their aunt, Cantorla curr Colic, . "CtorlaUw well a.lartltocliiltlrcn that Hour Btomiu'li, Piarrlia-a-Constipation, shoaatouished us by nnuoiiuci. ; that marks derogatory of the defendant, worthies could bo induced to take part1 I recoinmcinl it as Riiixrlorto any predcrirUon A. Carson. Kills Worms, gies sleep, anil promote dl her stomach was also broken. Judge.!. W. Lilly, of Clay City, which in the war. unless it would be in the! known to mo." H. A. Archer, JI. L grciion. capacity of u paymaster, commissary or o Wltu.out injurious nutllcatlon. the latter denounced as false. Haggard 111 So. OxforJ St., IJrwUjrn, N, Y, attorney "f ' prominent . ?..?. 1 I have been wondering if Mr. L, re- Immediately throw an ink stand at Lil- government contractor. of True courage tttaoiiivJ Tuk Cr.NTACR CouiuNY.TT Murray Street, X. V"1 never Ituvc home willimit is never a characteristic a braggart or rCl.ambc,l,.n . Coll. Cholera ami cently married, is the gentleman I met, ly aud there would havo been n person- bully and this country is big enough to Ke.ne.ly with me, " It t tho re letot imo .ufferer ami at Hock Castle last summer. He told 1110' al conflict but for the interference of by- be liberal in Its policy and bravo enough have ftl. ".ver know,. It to (ail. Kor sale by Dr. Ky. he bad never loved ave "rne, but one woman aud standers. to defen ita honor. Dr..glt amlliptie n. bunlpnly. I. Ilo SINE & MENEFEE, DEALERS I SOSH. DQORSJMD BLINDS. WOVEN thepost-niuaterni- y May-fiel- WERE A1TD SLAT FENCE. Stanford, v Oilice and Yard Depot Street, I 1 u a SEVERANCE & SON. -- - 1 I hand-Hom- o jDry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Uarpets, &c. .; y N ' t. Globe-Datnocr- at Promise tSVe Best Efforts I ' i 1 hvhi-pat- hy 3!I Tins-ley'- 1 i ) j The Best Goods for the Least Money. Ik-s- j - 1 post-ofii- ce j j I At J. B. FOSTER'S -- I i j 1 FARMERS 3 BEST FRIENDS. Plow, Studebaker Wagon and Dick's Feed Cutter. J. B. FOSTER. j conn-year- a -' i ! ' Bef-si- Hos-aw- 7-- - The Old Reliable Jeweler a in the Lead. p A. R. Penny Our-rey- v Watches and Jewelry V s, I ' J poor-hous- u .,., c im-eve- ry nriYf iLjra o-- - E . " JILiJiU. Per ! A ILDTIa J:-- j j ZZZ"3ul'ZZ !TH0H0UGHLY RENOVATED IMPROVED. e, Louis-tollin- g Rates Mel-vln- I 1 J Manager. mi-de- rt v g. con-lluc- 111. vear-old!gi- rl ...... ban-cast- er ' 1 II. i; ... i iffiSi ! ,1 fii Infants Children. Eru.-tation- r j-- o 4 't L..Z- .V""H - ,'ki - , , . , I Ur-ih- I - 1 V bU MQc y.SJL J. "'' vV fcjf- - " . t n Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 8, 1892 Stanford, Kv., January v; ;t r? W. F. WALTON. SIX : PAGES. Lydia Tiiomi'so.v, who when wo middle aged men were boyB, used to exhibit bii&i-nes- ltf ' ( Bf F' '1 i.c 'A a pair of the hnndsomebt rounded limha that ever a woman carried, or rather cars ried a wooinn, hftB quit the variety since hro bus spoiled the contour of McKINNEY. her matchless figure, put on skirts sin! Propositions and Grievances W. II. legitimate drama, appearing pone into Mrs. Jennie Huston hns moved to this week in several of the smaller towns Hayes. town and token rooms at the Verandah Claims Hensley, of Pendleton. of this btate. Age has withered and Hotel. Wins and Means H. 11. Hart. custom home lint staled her infinite J. M. Phillips bought of James e Public Morals Avers, of Calloway. quite a variety, but Lydia is Mill Brown, of Marion, a combined stallion H. T. Bass. Internal Improvements woman, if not so luscious ns when Military Aluiirj Willett, of Brccken-ridge- . for S0O. we saw her tlret, 20 years ago. Age bos A. C. Barrow sold hid farm of WO been telling on us all as for that and 0 acres, 3 miles from Winchester, for Sinking Fund Botts.of Shelby. loveliness none who used to g.ue at her R. Brown. to J. Banks and B inking Woods, of Warin her young diys uro free of gray hairs Remember the entertainment Sattrue, 'tis pity and ren. and wrinkles now, 'tis urday night, the !)th, at the fchool-housCourt of Appeals, O'Meara, of Harpity 'tis, 'tis true. Doors opeu at 7:30. Admission din. Kpwakds, though a republiCircuit Courts Gardner, of Jefferson. '2o cents. Senator Tho Commercial Hotel, recently purCounty Courts Matthers, of Nichocan, is also a patriot. Ho declined to be chased by James P. Crow, has been rena particeps criminis to the obstruction las. Resolutions or Respect. General Statutes Halbett, of Lewis. ovated and newly furnished and is now scheme of his party m .Now lorK, f At a regular meeting Stanford pronounced by tho traveling public a which is for the republican members of Codes of Practice Harvey Myers. Lodge, No. 150, I. O. O. F., held at the cozy "travelers' rest." Criminal Iiws A. L. Arnett. the Senate to absent themselves and hull on Tuesday, Jan. oth, by a unnni-mou- s Dr. Alcorn, of Hustonville, is havA. and M. College1 rguson. thus prevent a quorum for organization. vote a committee ns appointed facottage put up on his lot ing a Geological Survey Caudill, of JackThe court ofjappeals has decided in to draft suitable resolutions upon the recontested son. on Main street, made vacant by the vor of the democrats in the death of our deceased brother, James T cent fire. Other buildings will bo be cases, but the republicans care nothing Insurance James, of Fayette. Craig, who reported: Corporate Institutions Pettit, of Da- gun at an early date. for law and its decisions unless iUsuits We beg leave to submit the following HAS We have iu our town an old DutchWORM REMEDIES FOR YEARS viess. their designs. Wimimtt our Heavenly Father has in Retrenchment and Heform Btrkhead, man who will, if he stumbles while walk- His wicdoin removed from our midst Only very small minds indulge in tli of our 15. GUflRflHTtIO SCIO EVERYWHERE. ing over anything, go back nnd 'try it Daviess. ' character ol revenge which was again" and at the same time mutter in worthy hrother;P. G James T. Craig Public Health W. W. Johnson. I k tr Rhsoi.KD-Th- at PBEPARED BY RICHARDSON-TAYI- OR iu the death of by Speaker Crisp in the make up MED. CO. ST.tSSfIS MO. broken English. "- G- d- h- -." Public Library U. L. Hart. Brother Craig our lodge lint lost a faith of his committees. Maysvillo Common La grippe, the colossal curse of the fill and Mines and Mining Summers. member, the commuui- Do you hear that, :?penr weal. 10th century, ia plaing his part well citizen Immigrants and Morgan " We tender to his stricken wife Moore? If you don't you had bettor among our people at present. There are lomloitnav ami bj mpiithy. pick your ears with a fence rail, for it is out number of cases in town, while the phy '.) Elections Hanks, of Anderson. That theMi resolutions be printed in ' being proclaimed from one end of tl o n gnou many in the report the IsTKittou Jontwi. nnd a copy of the T sicians Printing Walton. Jal to the other UiiU you have carried fame sent to the tiiiuily ol tho deceased. eouulr. Federal KilatiousJ Dawson, of Simp- ''practical politics" l a considerable A. C. Sink, Last week will long be remembered son. New stock if jjo.hU coiiiss ol P. II M ITON, too gre it extreme. by the young people of McKinney as an Kniollments Edmistou, of Lincoln, Tuos. W.Guku. Tuesday night JrnoK W.m. Lindsay, of Frankfort, the who is also on legislative districts, mu- oasis in their lives. On gave a social, which Dr. H. Allen Tupier, of Louisville, best of lawyers and the cleverest of gen- nicipalities nnd county and city couits. Miss Georgia Gooch by the presiHon. Lewis V. Leave!, of Garrard, was followed by another on Fridn y has itt'cepted the call of the P.tltitnoie tlemen, has ben appointed dent on the Interstate Commission, .to is assigned to municipalities, sinking night, given by Mi8 Reynolds. Sullivu church. it to say, judging from the estimable fill the vacuicy occasioned by the death fund and banks. Wooclenwarc, Timvnre, vS:c , C:c. We intcml ltnntllitij the best qualiMr. Hays, of Boyle, besides the young ladies who gave them, that each of Hon. W. L. Bragg. He could not .KV ADVKKllSKllrLVlX. have made a better selection. J. W. chairmanship of education, is on pris- was a pronounced success. ty of goods and propose selling them at a very E. O. Sing'eton, whohas'.been in tho Dill, of Iowa, was appointed in the place ons and public otlices and library. Mr. Joplin, of Rockcastle, is on land employ of F. M. Ware as managing clerk of J. M. Cooley, resigned, and Hon. V. M3!IfSMY--743ir.OF reappointed on the same titles, propositions and grievances and in his general store, has resigned his 11. Morrison is lieMs of la- Stock and Crop, Bank Stock, &c. position and left for other insurance. commission. Try our special br.uuU nf lard ami roasted cofTee. Vou can't buy Col. Silas Adams will serve on judi- bor, Mr. Singleton has proven himself A 1iiiiiiistritir nt the ntjteof Anti Tun democratic members of the .1, I Mill .eill puMicauitloii lnth lnkh ciary, municipalities, general statutes. a good business man and has many better. legislature are two to one for Hill criminal law and public otlices. friends here w bo are sorry to see him c! !idilron Jqr president over anybody else. The The speaker did not treat Harvey leave, but proud to learn that he will en22, 1892, country-a- t large is for Cleveland in a Myers with the usual courtesy accorded ter college to prepare himself to alleviAt hit lle residence aloiit one mile mtli of greater proportion, however, hut it rec- leading opponents. The judiciary is the ate the pains of suffering mankind. (ohi'ti Churi h, in I.uidiln lounty, all ihc cmck S. . bclonsinK to the dvccaicil at the time or Crop ognizes the factthat unless his own State chairmanship generally assigned them, Miss Agnes Pennybaker, of KingT huucatli ekccplwhatlt exempt Irom talc and Bhall unanimously declare for him, he but Mr. .Myers is p'aced second on that ville, is vihiting Miss Ella Reynold?. et apart to the widow andintaut child) to wit Icadtjti.irtcrs I'm ol i lejr iiarlmi. hrj.l is a committee, Ith on rules and oth on "Col." J. D. Dunn, who has passed ofTwo head Slfti. old Steers, an noinc ..fihrm will be shelved. The Trailing .Jr Cow, prlnccr. one veir i yearling 11. if e patriot and a statesman, the exvovern-o- r courts of appeal in addition to the unyears, has at last found the irf ti yearling iliciirri,ului Heifer, Stair, is Calve yomiir lionet, si Sheep lircd to a good buck, a S is nothing mora than a practical traditional fountain of youth that was 3 important chairmanship given him. and I'm l Shoitu, wet);ht over too lb , about r The Legislature is not down to work bug searched for by the old Spanish sol aoobarrtlt Corn, 35 Ktaiki May, mo.llv tiuimliv, dier, Ponce de Leon, and bulling him Ssrures tarinen Hank A' 1 runt Co ol htanlotd. t Wjwn, Kockjwn.T, sprint: Wagon, the president's yet. Notwithstanding self in Uh lurbuliiit waters, is now young nimoi n.w, iwgzy. --orEiiuin .11111 auu r.va; gerrymanorator, (.oniliinwl Iteapcr and Mover, screed against the iniquitoiu Suly CONGRESSIONAL again, and regularly attends the evening Kake, 3 turnini; I'luut, 4 double hocl I'low., der, a senator in the Ohio Legislature tingle shovel I'lo-- i, lllacLin ith'a Uutht, Corn Bob Pamott.au old negro, was frozen socinls'given tho young people. . K W. bhcller and Crusher, lot u( Plow Gear, tot of ox has already presented a bill to redistnet Walker, formerly a clerk at the Tribble oltet,6 Ktttlcf. 1 tcti UiW) HarncM, 1 Log to death in Lebanon Saturday night. the State so that the republicans will Chain, Uiijer Spade, ftc about t.ooo (ert et Congressman Stone seems to be af- House, Junction City, is now numbered Lnmlier. lot ol Shingle a lot of llorii. 4 new demhave 15 congressmen sure and the F. M. ('ate a lot ofLom.t I'otts hewed and bared, one ter making a record, at any rate he broke as one of the polite clerks at Cider Mill, brrrel Sorjhum Malum, otic half ocrats possibly six, though the districts btrrel do , I'o.t Aucer, a Uun, a Ladder, a lot are very close the record Tuesday by presenting 1175 Ware's general store. alleged to be given them nfMtlillo. Clock, lurridiucli Salt and l.ime, a private bills, the largest number ever Intofbaws, Auc.ii, Uo Ac a i'f StimU, on a full vote. Brer, Harrison ought to ok llnx Grind Mone.a lot of Kurnilwru and ma presented in one day by one man. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ny other atliclo too rumtTOuj to mention. message. isue another Gov. McCreary bus already gotten Term -- Hint slock ah in hand On all oh A little child of James Short died rr proprrty for all ailmi uf $ki anil under, tahin e calendar so far received is down to business and introduced tho Tiik nicest hand; over that amount a credit nt mx inonthi Willi nl inten-s- t will be tfivm; iu;nlHlii Job lowing bills: To impose certain duties Sunday. tmte one from tho Courier-Journdarkey resides in or pa able at the Xalmnil Hank of ani.ater, with It said hut one appmwil security, will be required of purcharr Printing Co., which besides the days of upon the department of labor; to place near Livingston. removed,. bearinr imrrr.i .1. before urotivrtr agricultural imple-Ththe month has a thermometer attached, tin and annum after maturity trie rate Mr. Jasper X. Brown, of Level uutlpaiit01 n per .cnt A. C UOIII.N'hUN, tho general get ments and edged tools, worsted for men's color printing and Aduir Artli Aderon, deced Green, familiarly known as "Buck Var W At Kir'y, Auitftieor up shows that thiscompany, which is tho and women's clothing, binders' U ine, of Possum Holler," is dangerously largest in the South, can do any k'nd of blankets, salt and cotton ties on the free non ADMINISTUAl'OR'S SAM pneumonia. work in the printing and iithogr.fphie . hst: to regulate the purchase stlo or ill of Vt Admmi.traior W An ot Grip had not bothered thisplace 111 dcrion, rfc d. will of thv ettatetimnJohn place ui and Jt thrsime manufacture of dynamite or any chlorate line equal to any in the world, COLLARS, when it made it ap- above nae veil to the highest bidder all the nrr since, oim' property of the deiHa.ed at the time of lilt or nitro explosive compound; resolution til n few days followmir. to wit. la Gov. Cvmhiuu, of Ohio, was sensible requiring committees having jurisdic- pearance in the family of Geo. Taylor drain, KmllMIDf if the ilin:?y llarncat, Saddle lloi.r r ltnjr,,,t of and (Indie, Mlvtr W.iti h, me 'I runk it iotol even to the Inst. He knew the re- tion of general Appropriation bills to re- six of the family are down with it. Irm made kniwiion day ol ale The "green gooils" men are sending llMik,.V. publican legislature would listen to port them to the House within SO dayd I)AMIM ANDKKSON, Admr il td said, so his message was tho from tho announcement of tho commit- their seductive circular with nothing he clippings to a number of our people, briefest on reconi, inquiring only mx tees in a long session of Congress and in 11. type written lines. It Bimply referred 40 days from the commencement of a telling them how to to gain richta quick ly- the body to his former message and short session. REAL AGENT, The Louisiana Lottery sinco they asked that it strive for the good of are deterred from advertising in newsNEWSY NOTES. tho Sttto and not for pirtisau advanKy. papers, are issuing ads. in tho .shape of tages. CUFFS, GLOVES, have iintc a number of KAKAIS for iali ol the -- Gen. E. G. Rathbone, of Ohio, bus almanacs. This county has received a ery best It l.amUiu l.lntoln lounty. published in tho cur- - been appointed 4th In his novelette, . '1 hec Farm are all well Improved and t;ood consignment of them. . . . r rich lands, running in kite from jo to 500 Acre rent number of Uppincott s, .ur. loung , Mon-- E. Three masked men robbed chronic loafers around this Considering then loialuy, their riclinos and Icr Several of soil thccuuvetiaucoof lurnplktf and rail Allison still further furnishes ev- - tana stage of ,000nnd got otr with it. place would liken nice, soft job of sit tilitv that bring markets riht to our door, the) rmd dencoof his versatile genius. The story a cycloue at Fayettoville, Ga., did ting around good fires, in the way of arc cheaper '1than thu l.amU of .my other ounty in the htate here 11 ic.iri.ely a Farm in thu conn, is entitled 'The Passing of Major Kill- - mud, damage and killed several negroe. working people. Address "Bums" ty (ior mllet from a duict editor, and is llic county it checked with turnpike running gore" as told by tho city Xmv York wn ,mvo tWQ mQn Loafers' Retreat, this place. met cry direction Therein not a public road eu MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND highly entertaining. It will pay you to trocutions during the week of February Btoue dealer, Mr tcriu the count) (eat that n not, Alacadamircd Our We have the Knoxville Ilranch ot tint I. A X It copy of the magiuino aud readlstK secure a J. W. Nesbitt, has closed a contract with K. dividing tbo county from Kant to West and the Siv persons were killed nnd many a Liverpool firm for a large consignment C S. It ll from North to .Niutli, the K C. R R " troin this place to Cincinnati, crostiuz the L A. O to the h wounded in a collision on tho Wabash of stones, to be sent across tint water at Winchester, civmi; full acci- have market ol TnK Cincinnati Commercial-Gazetttho whole world, ilcxdct, wv thrm lirgi' a Jonah. It has lat ored in season and road nea" Alladin, .Mo. during the coming summer. Kliir .Mills in the county that uive tit, a market for all our grain right home: In the South Carolina Legislature IS quits, etc , ment of tho mountain atregion and the devrlop out for Foraker for Senator and claimed The number of Bwear-oll'ot Kastern and Kentucky bv milro ids and the outhis nomination with votes to spare, hut of tho :$" senators, and 7(5 of the 1L4 this Now" Year, are somen lint ahovetho let bonlh by railroad hat created such n demand as usual it was wrong. John Sherman representatives aro farmers. average at this place. But ono or two for all kind of cereal and uruvfiiilcrlh.it wecan scarcely retain enough lor liomecumuinption. o') to :S The House refused to concur iu the have fallen. Others are counting the downed the "Little Breeches'' 'the people are prosperous, generous and kind, an the first ballot. Ohio and tho coun- Senate resolution to send a ship-loof days that have passed sinco they have believing in Christianity and education. '1 here is not a neighborhood in the county but has 4 provisions to the starving Russians. try generally aro to ho congratulated. taken a drink. Tho remurk "I havo not gcod church aud Stanford, a prosToughs broke into the apartments of taken a drink sinco last year" can be perous little the county seat of Lincoln inhabitant and city of Thk New York Legislature was or- William Parrel!, in New York, and, after heard from the abstainer. Here's hop- the great doorway about 2,500 North and North-it from trie -east South and from the Northwest to ganized by tho democrats in both seizing him, the brutes, seven in numing they will hold out faithful to the and Handing as it doe garni right into the bosdifliculty and now ber, branches, without om of the undescloped mountain of Southeastern ravished his young wife before end. Kentucky backed up by the whulo the State machinery is in the hands of oil was struck in region ol the State with railroad running through S, U. Cor. 'ItH ic Vmo, Cinoinnuti, O. The well in which it to all point of the compass, makes it naturally party. It is s ifo to say that tho that Speaker Crisp was still too ill to this place two weeks tjince has a buIH one of the best located towns In the South for Book-keepin- g, democracy Short-Han- d, Type-WritiState will be insured to the manufacture and other enterprises of the Speaker's chair on the cient depth of water in it to supply the Water Work are now being agitated magnitude. and right for many years to come. of Congress and McMillin, of owner and drilling has been stopped. aboue the town about! of a it.lle there could be erected Water Work wild scry Bwuness Practice. Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, of Kentucky, Tennessee, was chosen temporary Speak- Another well will be put down a short liltle cost that would supply a city of 1511,000 in S. Crkkii Cabuwell, habitants with the putest and best water in the er. Penmanship and all Business Branches. distauce from it in the near future, world Our littln city h been newly rebuilt in revenue ageat, baa resigned to take a the last rew yearn ami it builne. homward res. U Established IB62. LnrKounii flourlshlnK. Twelve Instructor. Up with the time c'ollectorahip in Tennessee. The when it is believed oil in ..aying quantiFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. deputy il?I-!.!I'Hun ?i?,?aJ.i, ,rBi?I.,lei0' K'e,er ' Kits thoroughly for llunlncwi I'uwulU. aJuYcJ the confident of the Uunluew Community. -. ties will be found. in vacancy, will B0t.be HUed and the hunif.aJc,nen demand and art ?n nrnnBU. and TdMn w.n The fuH or in -c-uring employment. The charf et are For Sale :i red Berkshire boara. 'TO following special from Miinphis will not be us The ".T- in 1110 city at lovr ngurcH. iay tuta igni ueuiona. Doea rcaonable. JJoaru can rii r.n,(;i .VA i e., gry republican horde Investigation solicited. Bend for catalogue. C.W, McGEE, Principal. Beazley Bros. 48 promifts. prosperous and in a good condition. appeared in Wednesday's Courier-JourIt ia too bad. Montie FOX bought in this COUnty Following aro speaker Moore'a com- 10 head butcher stuff at 2'c. .T. K. Itrnr UOII. .. U'nl.n ilonn tit mittee assignments: baught of various parties a lok of butch Judiciary Fenton Simpson, of Trigg. er cattle at 2J to 1)1, calvB nt $'.) to $7 State lrions Spalding, of Union. and hogs at 2 to 'Mc. of Louisville. Railroads Kremer, A. T. Nunnelley sold the car load Charity Taylor, of Franklin. of cattle ho bought of J. K. Lynn, in Revenue ajd Taxation Frazee, of He gave A and so Cincinnati, at Mason. haidly came out even. of Boyle. Education Hays, Our country friends tell us that buy Agriculture Shouse, of Woodford. ers aro wanted for yearling mules and Laud Titles H. M. Klncheloe. Judicial Districts Garrison, of War- that there never were so many on tho uiHrket. ren. A. T. Nuunelloy bought of H. C. of MontLegislative Districts Thomas, 0 head butcher etutl'nt lie and of gomery. other F.HHt Ktul parties it lot of fat catt'o Municipalities -- Sharp, of Bub. Municipal Classitications H. P. Whit-ake- at'Jl to THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. ti.... ..m, .".( ii !. as r. :.'. hand-som- $51,-00- e. liativo Of Crab Or- - We have iple. did chool We riasc a reroute' w have elegant church builnints, representing cr7.X by many peo- cia.sul nlnln tliUmnnlv. Itn linn n immlinr nf "ruf. J M Hubbard. U m Itourlihinc euiiJi- - than li tried toinn in we city. mule ll,. Matemr nl facU, in ve S.mirury lion. Weal.ohn. coloring, relatives in thl and Lincoln counties. chool.lilil'rof.ll V llmkemnn at iuhfidWV '"?Ino nv ')tr n P out, nn.i ttioe who luoo U" will wlk. rKi liulldlniti it, to f pock was hero two years ago and dis- haveoneor the tirm . Public School ... .. i.i. . . liomm nl lir price and ocito it, r .,....-.r ,.i iv ii lc.i.-'"ni-yo- u 1 ",1" l" of ponies: "Dr. attendance, and ith otf'e-- Kood private .cI.l,!., '"" 'K nK ' Peo',' posed of two r'"1 w "" "e mv ht,0" V"T tec our .ihool ate rxccllrnt Miller, of Idaho, won $10,000 and n farm at Memphis, To n., on bets that his po ny could pull a sack of Hiinl weighing 300 pounds, attached o the further end of a rope halt a mile long. A gradual pull was the secret of tho trick." J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Mr. T. A. Bird and MUs Elbe II ur ley, of Piuoville, were hero last week. 1892. Col. R. G. Williams, who resumed his ' K,'"ct"r i Unwrwiory and Nonm. - hxrl Mu,ic nj ..tit, Mipenor touru in studies at Centre College Monday last, t a viitut boirdine dciMit turn I atali. ii niii iircaur lurnithe I on appi. it on has returned home on account of his "" eyes being affected. Col. .1. B Fish, of --mmiiiiiiiiii Pinevillt', was here a few days since. The writer's thanks are dint Mr. W. I. DeGrair, of Dechird, Tenn , for a hand k . .any some watch charm, made from nn aliga ASULU-AMiu J. I. CVSK, (MlrKCiy tiroo I arm, Home ; wm'" .TV" n rtrjing tor's tooth, and neatly mounted with Itiicltie, VIh.,hioh. of every known ri'ineili, 1 rciuowtl l.irc lliiiuli . etc. Mrs. WiHinm'Stewurt, of i! tip, o year htuiulliiK, frtMn n .! jt'iir old UIL, Z of ; wltli ttirconpplictithuisor die, was in town a few dajs ago. Pat Welsh will begin taking Kecley's chlor! ide of gold cure The outcome will ho watched with interest. tllstliolicst iiropnrntlon I lmvrceriiM'lorliriinl Z uf. 1 luartlh' revomuioiiil it to all lUireciuch. Misses Gertrude and Mattie Weber hae HVAqiy hundreds of swh trttimoninl lQj returned to Hamilton College. Misses rrlco Sl.SOprrlioillr. Auk yoiirdnintWf rlL Iftio Wfi Mattie and Stllie, daughters of Mr. J. T . dom tint wmlimsc ntniii"(irfclMr fur trial t, HI. Hackley, of Lincoln, are visiting their nrvAiiK X w. It. i:i)l)V .V CO., Wlilteliall, N. Y. MM uncle, .lames Maret. and other relatives at this place. I nal. Dock Miller is chard and is well-know- n n JiffiXlZSahr'Ulir,, .,. .'... "r.ryriT.irrb1;',"" nt I -- .' car-load- s "" e. Stanford Female College Spring Session Tuesday, Jamiaiy 19th, u' I lAYWi-SEE'WJiiy-Kite- t) I T -- 11 QUINN'S OINTMENT. mm& Itrt-p- rW 33 WHITES IWU tC1 CREAM VERMSFUCE 20 WJA maui-cste- d - clli'-teti- t I r Mc-Iue- t- - o-- iI ry. -- M'KINNEY BROS.' Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, lsIaaoyI(rilr( PTTBIiIC SA3LE M New-Yor- k An,lr-on.d- ii Friday, January ,V B.K.&W.H.WEAREN 1 three-Fcor- poli-ticH- n. . VIKJ-Jic- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Hardware, Lime, Groceries, Salt. Queensware, Cement, Tinware, Brick, Pumps Coal. Heating Stoves at Reduced Prices. (. ' fol-th- al j tin-pla- te, e ... I 1 1 lr - OVERCOATS NECKWEAR, -- V . 1 newt-pape- r t. ursii, ESTATE Stanford, Heavy Undepweap, Dpess Shipts, I ass't.-post-maste- r. . 11 , 1 HEAVY BOOT iota CHILDREN'S wide-awa- ko e - -- -i, FINE SHOES. M'ROBERTS ng, South-easter- n & HIGGXKTS. ad school-hous- e. 1 HKf? his-eye- s. Illuti-Uras- n oc-cu- Telegraphy, three-fourt- hs com-totte- d. " I 1..-- C. -r- aa .,;; K'- - Ll': .icki Vm I laliT LkL. 1J1 ,J b t' istitfm: ,JS, . j3SaAli AStiii-UJftAlr'mi- Pv LSiL.l. f V 6'emi-Week- ly InteriorJournal fi. 1892 FROM THE CAPITAL. THERE ARE SOME HANDSOME MEN IN THE LOWER HOUSE. niR Ornoral Curtli, or New Turk, unit III Itlu' Iloiinl l.lltlo He" Cal.lf, ( Illlniila, unit Ilia Muatliclin .lolin Allen, tlio llimiorUt. ISjivoliil Corri'iKjuitcnco.l Wasihnoton. Dec. -- 1. There arc Botno line looking men In thu new lione of representatives. This is dititiuctiveiy u smooth faced houe of commons. .Tut after tlio eletaions of a year ago some one (liccovcrotl that in nearly every nn in which a Iwirdlom man had lou on hi pitted against one with a face the former lmd won. At the tinn . Stanford, Ky, January W. P. WALTON. SIX f : PAGES. r 3J --eTr Miles' ACWEAPrCuRC I hMUvrk W f V St ,'l $ HP-T- Yi gj -- W Jill ' A lu'r... I HcARrCuRr BIX A K I. )I?I'ASVi, palpitation, pain in side, flioultlor niiu nnn, short breath, oppression, asthma, swollen anklei", weak and smothering Hpells. druiv. wind in Moiiinch,ctc.,nrc cured by Ur.Miles'Ncw 1 Ieart Cure. A now discovery by the eminent IndiniiaSjieeinlist. Fine illustrated book of cures 1' II HK nt druu'cNts, or address Dr.MilosMeiUcal Co., lalkliuit.Itid. 's HEART '4PV rl ' ffl'V ..i eT'WHN . .4 il ''" I'.V RT 'II this statement wa gcuernlly rtanlwl a joke, or an a concliiMon dniwn from two or tlneo iiiHtnnce-- whicli in no wiw oHtahlixheil a rule, lint when wo come-tlook over the t'new of the man sunt to iim I 1 I "V a5.&i UtI &$ Sve I 1 1 r , .:. "I V K vzn 1 1 r-l- w t J If pi - IcriolchyA 4 K Penny, Stanford mxnirir(Ftrrt Every JVtonth msnr womtn suffer frrm Excessive or don't know Scant Mcnstmutlon who to confide in tc set iirorer advice. hut try U&n't icmfiJc in il-c- mAXt) TIIK SHOUT U the cycloim uonriMM it in pluhi to we that in Ilia fmuoitH courtiabJuual 11k hi of ltWl the "iiKxJlli facetl men hail the MENSTRUATION. luck and the other fellow the Itoudoo. 4 n J. to "WOMAN " cd Irse. CO , Atlanta, Ca. RCP.ULATOR M DRAOFICLD lust how many hiuooth facil men then A hwld b all ltf ukjUl are in the Iiuum cmiuot my. but it in man certain that net tduco the war lias there Ihhmi hiirh a large iintuuvr of Uiaiu an there is totluv. re sriine tiuNrkalily Aiihmik Iheiii nre to atmen too. I'mfine look-iTHE NEW tract Ntteiiiiuti ui any gatlieniiK ar thtwe of )"ung Ilailey of Texaa, IJryan tt XelmiHka. Tout .lohtuwui of Ohio, Ta SUuer of LHitciuiuiti. Miller (the Greek) fnuti SVwcoiwin, I(Vlluwa of New York, " fckvtt Wikeof lUiuoia. Mot rami of wnl many others utm'lonied by hirsute appendage. It i ft liut that, with a few exeptiotiM. all the INTERNATIONAL aide MiiiMtth fa. am mi the c of the hall, though uoth Milca inv DICTIONARY nowaday, inaaiutu-- as thu iiieiiilierit hive sjinuMl theinttelvea over a lane hectlou nf the nHce dm'oted to the minority. By Hrraiueemutit th DemixTata took iKWoesaloti of one tier of And Kesri fr. m Crcr in Corer. rULLY ABREAST OF THE TIMtS. &euU on thu Itepuhlicau aide of the hall, A GRAND INVESTMENT and this tier m commonly known as luf efry Family anl s. hool. "the 'herokeu Strip." Some of the TlmAutliKiitloWebstrVs Unabridged men in the jwirty Hit in the strip, apart of IMU. lllt'llniiary, coiiiitrWInr; Issue 7tl, Btnl '14, (all llll cimyrlelitrdl from the majority of their frioiuls. been tlioromlily rrrltril aiiil pular;-il- , It ImppettH that the li ;?' l uiaii in the III supervision of Noah I'ortrr, under liouoe. Ueuenil Curtis, of New Voik, I'lilrrrtllT. mul n Yl r distinguishing title. Iiera tho uauic hut one of the biyewt lieardti. Cieuernl WEBSTER'S Curtii m a innt who htaudh (I feet (I International Dictionary. iiirlie in hm ntockiug feet, ami though The work of revision occupied over year, in ore llian a liiimlrril toll coiiijmratively xlender woirIis J.0 brine employed, and mrr H)tiinN. Since taking his neat in the 300,00(1 evi'eitdeil before the flrit copy was urliitrtl. liotixo (Jeneral Curtis has Iwon buy SOLO BV ALL BOOKSCLLCRS. forming anew the acquaintance of men Pamphlet 'lit fre by llir publisher. who knew him in the troublous days of Caution U nueded In purchasing a the war. and anion;; thoo who have a photographic reprints of an and comparatively worthier wdltlnu of taken the big hero' a hand are many who Webster are bains; marketed undir various fought on the Confederate side. The names aJ often ly mlsrepresentatiou. fame of (leiiernl Curtit. ha a lighter CETTHE BEST, Thelntirndional, whicli warp Imprint of iiread throiiKhout the aunies near the O. A C. MKHHIAM CO., I'liMUIier, slow of the war and has not yet leeii V, t. A. hprlngllrlil, Maa forgotten. He wn promoted four or live tunes for Kiilhint services on the held, was wounded in the hrtHt in an 'iiKiiKeiiient in outhwit VirKinta and liKt an e in the charge at Fort LVher. aXnoddMirtof fneiidHhiphuhspmnjcup between .Mr. Cable, of Illinois, and Curtis. Why they should lw drawn together is more than their friends can understand, for they appear to have Wtvl'v nothing in couimou. One is the biget and tlio other the man in the hon-smallest "tho Iouk nd the short of it" one a Democrat and the other a Republican, and while thexiaut was a hero in the civil war. the little man was not - -- J old enough to tight with anything more i i iv t dreadful than lead bohliers. Curtis has a long, patriarchal heard, while Cable has one of the cutest little mustaches Clilcajiii. M' l'"i " '"nt you ever saw. The young lllinoisau is St. U.iIIjIo Llneund, to idemlcr and o boyish looking that he ti III jMri4Klii m a tlic klul.UHl, New Lanaila. is sometimes called a dude, but as a matter of fact ho is a manly man, an I'liilddtlphu, athlete, a great traveler, an adventurer lUllimoic. V)ilngln, Ky (Jtiitkrtl lime til llattod.liuri!, mhmiiM, '"1 who has known what it is to face dan.!"" i' Klchmonii, WKi.lMA ger. Out in Rock Island, where ho lives, (juiikol linr 10 he is known to every ono as Hon Cable, 'IDBIDli; and though it very rich man, being the imoUliK cnr and bou of the president of the Rook Island Solid rami, b.iK2i i.iiuuKn cuiUitt, rullman iMui"ir oa, llirmllihani, Merld .' railway, many of his wannest friends oulchaiiL'e via Chilian toule lor Kn and most intimate companions are joor an malinil direct onnectlonat-pninu in ihe vilte, Athctille, young men whom ho has known at bcliool or in business. Ono story is told of Cable which is too Wilimne At Chaiunooga for Atlanta, Cnlumbut, Savannah, good to suppress. When ho decided to Macuii, ion. Charlrlon, AiiKUta, llriiniick, l.ale City, Tlionuville and KI.OKI niako tho race for congress in a district I)A pini. whicli had previously given a largo maThe only line runtiiiiic olid ttaln with choict I'ullmin lloiidmr or Palace hlifpimr C'ara lo Jack jority against his iarty, ho went to an tonvllle without chansr tor any tlaof pa.ten old politician and asked him his advice eemor bnae Srliiia iJ Moiiisoinery, lliitilitillc, Dccalni, as to how to carry on a successful camUKANsb poinu. Kloicncc. Memphi and paign. The old politician gave him a Anniaton, Jjelma, Mo S'.iortfit and ijuiclel to innde at .N'KW OR number of valuable hints, and udded: bile' Wncct connection I.KANS without oinnlliu tranklei for (inlvolop Must ono word more. Vou aro popular lio'uton,Autin. in this district. You can make n good TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. campaign. But there is ono thing you The only through line to Jckon and Vickiburg It bo l.a., in.iklncilltoi.t f,. ShrevelH'ft lMl.Jl.Mor Ualla. connecnoni must do oryet 1 defeated. will is a simplo For, Worlh not do it." fear you thing, and w, lout and pointam Auitin San Antonia, "What is that?" "Give up smoking cigarettes till after election. Can you do it?" TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA Young Mr. Cablo was silent for soino Kor throuch ratw correct county map. and In ..formation call n ABcnl a. minutes. It was apparent that a strugUUI.I.r,, UlANIt oraddrr. Ry Tiav Pa Al gle was going on in his mind between Ik 3. fi'WAVs. T). MILLER, the allurements of a seat in congress and Mancr , Traffic the joy of cigarette smoking. In thn Clnticntn C Spcclflc tor TAISFUL. TROFUSE. SCJNJY. SuTPHCSSCti and IRRECUUR 1 Sradfield's Female Regulator TUP. U'XO 01' IT. WEBSTER - ss t'hi-iKK- WEBSTER nutt-worth- DetiiiM-rali- IJciho-crati- h inn-jont- y Re-Ji- lt ind ambition triumphed ovor habit, mid for sis weeks Air. Cablo was never seen in public with a cigaretto between his lips. If ho had continued smoking tho people of that district would not havo sent him to congress, whero ho smokes us many cigarettes as ho likes. Ono man who went away from Washington u year ago without a tiennl and came back with ono on hie face is the famous funny man. .lohn Allen, of Allen is without doubt tho funniest man now in congress, unless a new light of laughter shall bo discovered ninong the iipw statesmen. Since Ilorr left the house and Sum Cox died Allen has reigned H.ipreuio in the realm nf humor, and he is now funnier than ho ever was before in his life. Usually woariiiK n simple mustache, lie now appeantMi Washington with u black Ixsird all over his face. With thi- beard be luiK had no end of sport. It disguised him so that his bust friends did ut know htm. Innumerable stories are told of the pranks and deceits Allen ha played with the utwiatance of this beard, lie has approached In friends in the gtiisn of a tramp and lcgged tlioili fur h quarter, never tailing to abuse them in round tonus when his domaiids were not complied with. To Congressman Owens, of Ohio, who was ono of Allen's fast trionds in the last house, tho waggish inemlior from Mississippi was introduced as a now member. "So you aro from Ohio? drawled Allen. "Yes. sir." "Well. I never did have much um for the men Of course from that state anyway." Owens fired up at this. "What do you mean, you ratty littlo popinjay?" ho ei claimed. And as Allen, with U straight face and a most provoking manner, piled up the abuse of Ohio and Ohio men. the nmuM'd tjiectntors lxciiinu somewhat alarmed for tho joker's safety, and finally found it necessary to reveal Ins identity to the irate member fiom the Uuck-oyState. Allen is in many resi.ect.s one of the moat reuiurkHble men ever seen in the hou. Ho is tho only man I over saw in public life wlio can curry on an itrga-mson any qiiiwlioii under the sun simply by tellinjf stories. No situation to denperato from a logical jioint of view that Allen cannot at once rescue it by telling a story in oint; no illustration 60 cloudy that he cannot summon to his aid an anecdote aud make all as clear as day. One of the Iwst of his stories is of the laM presidential election. Allen chanced to lie in. New York city ae the lotnnia were coming in. About midnight it became ujrnnmit tlmt New York had gone for Harrison and that Cl' eland was defeated, lilootu settled ijMii the littlo party of Demoassembled in Mr. Brico'a crats who office. In a tew miuutoH young Mr. Hearst aim- rushing in with a telegram from hi father, the late Senator Hearst This dioiiatch announced that California luul gom for Cleveland without question. At this fverylxxly preeoiit bright-cue- d up. Things were not so bad after all. Only Altai appeared glum and silent. think of it, John?" some "What do oneuak.'d. "Well." replied the "it reminds me of Mrs. Kouiit down In my town. .Mr. KotiiiMr had gouo to rmtuing on a railroad train as n bntkeiiu.ii. and one day a came to the good Indy from tip the road that her husbaiul had -- Effectual. Hans von Bulow on ono occasion reBomo folks fs so't o pa'shnl to tie cattle roun buked tho feminino half of nn oratorio do ffi'm, chorus which ho was rehearsing. Whilo Tcr mnko n pet ob animals dcy find bit to't ob tho tenors and basses wero singing their bnltn. While txliltTs 'fcr do poultry stock: do cooe parts tho sopranos nnd nltos indulged in en (luck en hen conversation. They were called to order la often mado do inos' ob by do wiscss kind ob several times, but paid no attention. tncn. Boino like do brlndlo moolny cow 'od 'low dcy Finally Von Bulow rapped upon his desk and called out: "Ladies, Homo does not hub do n'tiso Ter iienr tcr know dcro tnnssit w'en dcy tie Mm havo to be saved to night," which remark nt do fence. produced tho desired effect, to tho deBoino like thu Jcnrlln colt; I'ornly scel men light of tho men nnd tho chagrin of the stiitid nrnua An pet a 1ioh all dny 'nd rub bis leg en fct- - women. Argonaut. "LIKE DE " OLE MULE BES'.H & v5l Cj, touisvatt Ntw AiBAKTt CmcAto fir OS . I ,TO CMJCCAC-rO- o And rA&s WF.8W And doun; But Klhhlu nil do animals do falres' kind ob tos' 1 to't o' llko do olo mulo bes'. Some pet do mockln bird en robin redbrces" en de llnnlt; omolike do nobler knsu he's utrultln roun l'K-k- s In the "sv , 1 nr AVest. .,. Pullman Veitibnlwl lluflet Sleepers and Pull all train throHirh to Chicago without change, Oo via the Monnn and grt the I!et for the lea money. Hor information address man Huflei Chair Cars on IAS I. W (; A7 " - intuuto. like lie pi took fo' his prlilo, en don tomu like do diK, Whilst oddem fo' comiKiiiloushl) linb prcf uneo fr de hot;. Koine f'ineia like do weddor Blucp.un tomede Utile lam'. De bill) rumI on imnny trMit, whilst odders Som mo' ebery ffl HAKKFR.G CRUSH, V V V. A., A . Louisville Chle.go. ..'...IK YOU ARE cnuu;.... . JSTGRTKokWEST, THE Boino like tlo littlo week ol' cnlf w'en bnntln routi hits mudder. An Miino folks iltjy llko ono thine nn den tome 'fur de ram. But 't all de Mock I'tv rubed um' er I folks llkonnuddur: e' Mi'l o' llku de olu initio bos'. wid in de or mm Louisville a Nashville Is the line for you, a r. r. us Darn fonipln meekly 'bout Mm, bits do fac' lie Isn't bold. An do Hprettion on M face is llko delioly saints ob old; When 'o tort o' blto Ma heel up like Vh rwIuo ter bit de iky ilo'n sliiiid) cxhIiUMii Jos ter pestervnte a tty. An do uhy nuture lind ter fail. An maku Mm Mirt o lone on cars, en kind o' hliort on tall; But dea ho's mo den Macbcd tcr inc. and know J Is lib frlen, An Modonu mado up our tnind ter stick ttr- Eodnr'i no U'ool) )o'axln me, yo's dono bud tlino ler Kuess 1 ho't o' llko do olo mulo beV. I ter llko Luclndy. but don 'Cludy couldn't stay. An little Sim I worshiped so do angels coaxed k'eddcr to do end; Bceno: Tho Beach at Santa Monica. Intrepid Widow Speaking of conun- Double Daily Trains Make cloiejconnections at drums, Mr. Slocuin, hero's a good one Why is tho letter D like a wedding ring! Procrastinating Bachelor Oh, I'm no good nt conundrums. I. W. You givo it up? Why, wo can't bo wed without! See? Life. be-cnu- j . Gil LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKF.TS SOLD. IIAGGAGE CIIKCKED THROU e nt wi-r- e - )u Missis-sippia- dia-pat- r Usui I.l.,1.II..r caught in a rillln-rlallahorr- ra ob-le- lo -- CSeu-er- i.'iWil e i. .( 1 "'. New York, Huston,, 1 KNEW I '. ANS, ',' .""A 1 her little loy to the moon, which was to bo seen clearly, but pallidly, in tho early "Why, yon can't eeo the afternoon. moon in tho daytime?" replied tho youngChappie I don't know, I am suah: but ster. "Oh. ye you can there it is over my man savs ho thinks I am in love. tho trees!" The littlo fellow looked, and New York Lifo. had to admit tho fact that he saw it, but ho added, "Tain't lighted, anyhow." Didn't Suit Hor. Babyhood. Briggs I seo that Granby had to send back the marble stutuo of his wifo that Ili'ltliiiilni: tho Il.iy ilk ITmiiiI. he ordered. "This bread of yours, Saniantha." obGriggs Why? Didn't sho like it? served Mr. Chugwater nt tho breakfast Briggs No; she wanted one mado table, looking dubiously at a slice, but Reproceeding to spread somo buttor on it, woaring a sealskin cloak. Cloak view. "is indeed tho 'stair of lifo.'" "What do you mean, Josiah?" In tlio Snitm Ilont. "I mean that I am going to try to 'got A beggar in rags nnd tatters held out along' with it." Chicago Tribune. his hand to a "goniineux" who was stepping out of the door of his club. An Angry Threat. "Out of work! Dono nothing tho last Struggling Merchant If you don't at- twelve months! Your honor knows what tend to business bettor I'll reduce your that means!" Frankfurter Zeitung. incomo to Chief Clerk Kb? Only yesterday vou An Kleetriral lterusnl. said you thought of taking mo into partMay Your last suitor, Mr. Wnit. nership. seems very magnetic. Struggling Merchant That's what I Belle Yes, 1 gavo him both poles. mean. Now York Weekly. May What do you mean? Bello A positivo negative. Truth A Happy Inspiration. A. Our doctor has lately had a brill'redestlmitloii. liant idea that brought him in a pot of Clubberly (at tho club) That's tho monoy. worst waiter 1 oversaw. I wonder whero B. You don't ?ay so. What was it? such nn idiot camo from? A. Well, ho married an heiress. II Shiffer 1 know whero ho is going to. Curlino. New York Sun. Great I.urk. A Juat (Juration. Wo took out an accident jxjltcy last Monday and had the good fortune to "Chappy Van Demise gave me a piece f his mind today." break two of our legs ten minutes aftero ward, for which we will get $200. "When is his funeral?" Truth. Banner. Wanted. Time for 1'iitlencr. The clrl w lio'll rise at five or six. lemn: Tho tire nnd coffee thus to fix; When a man begins Ins remarks with Who iwxl and wholesome bread can make, "Fellow citizens, every word which the phrase, "There's no uso talking," Aud also Debt and dainty cake. my distinguished friend has told you you may as well settle yourself down concerning myself is tho God Almighty's to listen to a long argument. IndianapThe clrl who'll mond a fellow's socks. And inako bet tins her Sunday frocks: Waltkk Wkllman. olis News. truth." Ono not afraid of brush aud broom, And, ff cccd be, who'll crub tho room. Worth Tliliikliic Of. A haine factory in Traverse City. Who minds tobacco not at all, Customer Isn't that a pretty good Mich., turns out 1,859 hnines a day. On And ne'er will doubt the lodge night call; scnlo it is an uncommon industry, prica for n porous plaster? that The girl when things aro all amiss Druggist Yea, bur- just think how hames being tho pieces of wood used in Will meet the frown with tender kiss. New Orleans Picayune. the collars of harnesses fur draft horsea loug it will last. New York Sun. wreck and had had his neck, ouu leg and one arm b r o k e n. Of course .Mr. Kemper wie. plunged into gnef. Hut in about Jtnlf an hour another dispatch came, and as she was a blight, cheerful toil of woman, who always tned to make the s evenofa.lven.ity. ULKN a she bnished away her tears and cracked up a smile as she read the inessagu to her ccndolmg triends and neighbor-- . 'This i good news iudeisl,' she taid; 'mh--, they have ilistoveiisl that it was a mistake alsnit Ins arm being brokun his arm is not hurt at all.' " Speaking of tine looking men. Mr. Shively. of Indiana, whom ouco before characterized in print as thu handsomest man in rougrens. is with us again, as handsome as ever Ho is as modest and as witty too. When some ono Imntorcd him alxir.t the reputation ho was getting as a handsome man. Shively retorted by U'lling the following story: Once upon a time Lanhaui, of Texas', had a competitor in his raco for congress named Davenport. In tho course of the campaign l.tiuham aruved in tho town in which hit conqs'titor resided and repaired to the hall in whicli he was to address tho people. Davenport, with tho chivalry nativo to thu Texan, volun teered to introduce Lnnhaiu to tho audience. This oiler being accepted, Daven-jKiproceeded in a most serious and dignified manner to pronounce upon his competitor an encomium whicli, in the HK'rality of praise, fairly exhausted the garniture or eulogy. With a twinkle of mischief in his eyo tho speaker continued to atcrilsj to Lauham such a great nunilK'r and variety of virtues and perfections that for a few minutes the visitor did not know whether ho was human or divine. Tho keener part of the were inclined to commiserate Lauham on tho embarrassment of the situation, but when Davenjiort finally concluded and introduced the orator of the evening the latter folded his arms aud said in tones deep, distinct aud .so- enmo stumbling into tho sitting room whero Mrs. Ramho, looking stem, forbidding and uncompromising, sat awaiting him. His left eyo was frescoed in Au I. lo Ann an Ilr'ir Zepb, dcro up dar on do black and blue, his right cheek was hill. with a largo and imposing I pa'sdley think I bear 'cm, too, w'en allnroun 'Chcupp.ile .V Ohio Boole. knob, somo of his hair was missing, one Is ft 111. Yo' mi, I 'so mo' den )ouoomo heah, wld noend of his collar, crumpled, limp and body tcr lulk, Philadelphia forlorn, stuck out appealingly over his Kr hide Iwliln do llluo trttes do eanleu shoulder, Baltimore, Now York, and ho had tho general aspect walk. Bat w'en I look at dat olo mulo 1 feel so full ob of a man who had gono head first Old l'oint'and the Scnhliorc ainl alt Eastern Cities WIH through a cornsheller. 'Bout littlo Sim dRt rodoon him. on 'tnln't so "Absalom," exclaimed Mrs. Ram1o, IN EFFECT NOV. 15, 1S91. long aito. Cj nil de frlen'n dat lof mo now, I raly uiun' "you have been mixed up in a fight!" Absalom shook his head. COIlftSM Fast Limlt'iSrAcconi.lAccol Daily Daily Ex n't o' like do olo mulo bos', "No. Nanshy," ho said, with tho slow, EAST HOUND. Mail naMri Daily. Ex. gu.'Ba.-- ti -- lion King in Clilooro Inter Ocean. deliberate emphasis of ono who know Lvc Lexington.. ...' 7 35 a 6 on p ti 40 n 5 jop a r a n la 10 what he was talking about, "I I wasn't f. ' Winchester ... r. i ' t 00 l1. ' 1 ' Not t'xeil to It. .mi sterling 01 54 a 7 12 in it, in' dear." Chicago Tribune. Dnilv. Tlio Sunday school superintendent had Arr A ih la nd.. is Plio 07 P a 40 a requested all tlw children who desired " Catlvttburg. p to a; pi C 39 a A Serew Lmiu Solium . " Huntinston... to live in r. better world than this to rise jo p io 47 i) 9 jo Kingley Say, old man. I have a great " Waihiucton. JS a 2 io p to their feet, aud all rose except a pxle, scheme lor getting ahead of my wife, I'hiladelphU.. a 5 .Vi p 17 York .... intellectual little fellow who had lately and it may do you some good. I go to Arr Nw Pi I K begun coiiiidg to the school. her dressmaker and toll hor to charge 1). In "Why don't you tiso, my mjii?" in- twice as much as sho ordinarily would. WliSTllOUND quired tho superintendent. - P P ' stand in for tho difference, aud Le HtintinstMi.' 6 m Then I 54 P M P "They never used to ak us any such my wifo don't dnro buj half the gowns '" Cntletlkbtirg Anhland 6 J7 05 p 7 27 p ridiculous questions in Boston." replied sho otherwise would. x su. Mt SterliDg o p!6 35a 1 5 8 p the little boy, wiping his spectacles Bingo Yes, 1 tried that plan. Wmchifttcr.., ict; 5 7 S a P. '55 is thought fully and still keeping his seat. Arr Lexington Kingloy How did it work? t it 05 I'l 0 2o J'; 7 44 p cj a " Ixuiilllc Chicago Tribune. S $ p,"S.V l'l 9 Bingo The dressmaker is suing ino for tho full amount. Cloak Review. 1 In' Slmpo of It. "Dennis." cntsl Pat, "will yez ovor Limited Vestibulrd Trains run daily in connec Hit tlreat Mistake. "' pay mo the two guineas yo owo mo?" lion She (after tho ball) Has impa asked Yorkwith Clirnptake A Ohio "F. -F. V to New :U"Sure will." answered Dennis read- you about vour incomo? mate local steps Fast Mail Trains run daily and ily. "I'll pay yo. never fear. Tis only betwem Lexington and Huntington. lie Yos. Hnntintou and Morehcad Accoininodatiotis two guineas, boy, and I'll pay yo in some Sho And you told him tlmt littlo fib run dally. shape or other." LexiiiLjlon and Mori head and Lexington aud about the largo salary? Alt. Steriinj; Accommodations run daily except "Faith, Dennis." replied the quid; Ho Yes. Sunday. witted Pat, "ye'd better inako it as near llironjli Steeping Cars tr and from Washington Sho I'm so glad. and Now York uiihout chanKO. the shuix) of two guineas as yo can." Ho Woll, I'm sorry. Ho borrowed Harper's Young People. For full information in rrv'a"l to rules, routes, fifty dollars from mo on tho spot. , upply to any scunt ot this or connectlLg Hues Smith, Gray & Co.'s Monthly. "Not III It .'Mistake. was ulwut 1:30 a. in. Mr. All II Ramlo For any information enquire of F L. CLIFFORD, Asent, Or Stanford, Ky. W. W PENN, Trav. Agent, Junction City, Ky Pa. ul aa; Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co. Washington, 1 C?.-- iI In O - pi 11 1 T lit-re- . 1 1 fr '' 1 S I 1 1 A--c it." 0flL tliilinp; ri 'i fr yl ill &r '" "What aro jokes bringing now?" he asked, as ho entered tho editor's office with some bulky envelopes under his riciirc. K. HUNTINGTON, V. P. and O. M., C. L. I'.KOWN, G W. HARNEY, G. M. Lexington, Lexington, Ky. W. S. G.P. A., HARRISON, Kj. T P. A., Ashland, Ky Tnfth It WllMl't I.lKlltfll. A mother was calling tho attention of Ut "BH.TJK C5Ii-VSROTJTK." The Shortost nnd Quickest Route from Somo Doubt About It. Contral Kontuckvto all points North Cholly You fcccm all broken up, old East, West and South-Wos- t. Lexington and Cincinchap. nati. Chappie Yaas. THROUGHTRAlNs CINCINNATI TO MID Cholly What is the mat tali? DLESitOROUGH and J ELLICO. S "It depends on their nature, sir," replied tho urbane editor. "We'd havo to cents n lino for charge you sevonty-fivico cream jokes, for instance." Truth. o arm. Kentucky Centra! 3. R. SCHEUDLE IN EFFECT NOV. No. I. South-Houn- 15, 1801. J No. i No . -- 1 Lvc I.ve Lvc Arr Arr Arr Arr I.e Lvc Arr Arr Arr Arr Ex. Sun. I Ex. Sun Daily. 8 io a in) 8 00 P mi 5S P m Cincinnati 8 18 a mi 8 o3 P m 3 01 P ra Cowng'on. 0 45 a in q 16 p ml 4 35 p m Falmouth... 11 IS am 10 aj p m' 6 lu p in Pans Lrxington ... 11 10 p m 11 00 p in 7 00 p ra m '5 Pant ti ?s a ml 6 jo Winchester.. 12 10 p m 5 UI l .a p m Richmond.. JS Lancaster-.- .. 4 45 p m 5 20 p m Stanford. Richmond... 35 p m LWiuglon.... i OS p ml Middlcsboro 7 35 P mj No 3 No. 6. No. 4. if North-Houn- d. Daily Lve Middlesboro l.ve Livingston Arr Richmond.. . I.ve Stanford.. Lve Lancaster Arr Richmond. 6 58 a m 11 15 12 41 Kx. Sun. am am 2" .s J 6 oj a m 6 5J a in 7 45 a m 7 00 a m 3 45 P m 7 53 a m 4 5 P m 9 73 a m 5 30 p m 10 54 am 537 p m 11 00 am MSPia 'l 7 00 7 one-ha- lf 10 15 1 I.ve Richmond la Arr Winchester- Arr Paris Lve Lcxiugion ... .. Lve Paris I.ve Falmouth.... Arr Coiing ton ... ArrCincmnsti 2 3 4 5 5 rt a m 50 a m a m 41 p m 35 p m 27 p m 00 p m 37 p m 01 p m 35 1 m 45 p m M Bills-rill- I - On theMaysville llranch, No o. leaves Paris at 755, a m and No, 12, at 615. p m, arrlvine at Maysvilleat 10 10, a m, and 830, p m. No. o leaves Maysville at 3 10 a m, arriving at Paris at 740, am. No. 11 leaves Maysville at 1 50 and arrives at Paris at 4 10, p m. These trains ax daily except Sunday. No. idtilyto all points except Rowland Division, which is daily except Sunday, No. 2 runs daily from Lexington to Cincinnati. Except Sundays: No, 1 runt daily No. 4 runs daily from all stations except Ihe Rowland Division, which is daily except Sunday. No. 6 daily except Sunday. No. 5 daily between Cincinnati and Lexington, r.xcept Sundays. No. 16 Paris and Lexington Accommodation daily. Leaves Lexington 10 00 a. in. Arrives Paris a.m. No. 7 Falmouth Accommodation; lcacs Cincinnati 5:15pm Arrives Falmouth 7 05 p m dally except Sunday, No. 3 Leaves Falmouth 6 00 a m. Arrives Cincinnati 7 55 a m daily except Sunday. No. 1 and 3 make connections at Winchester for points on the N. N. A M. Y R'y, E. I). No. carries ihrouh cars from Cincinnati to MIddlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all intermediate stations and runs tHily. C.tF. ATMORE, S.R.KNOTT, Gen Pass. Agt. Traflic Manager. General office, Louisville, Ky. 11. MORSK, GenM PaisVr Agt.. S. F. fllce Chamber oi Commerce Huilding.Cincinnat 1 Vi KY3 ' r.c v. : I U-T- r M'GREG- - ," ': e .1 .i "l- - ', adjusting her spectacle us she spoke, right "I do Llic t:.o .he's ci-.iover thr rin;". Th smoke's pourin' down thiek from th.- - canyon, an' it 'pears tike the l.iu. Ii . l.rn....' up at wo do if it the lake I. or me, comes this way'.' Liku as not we'll jest roast live.' "1 ono fine Au- mornlng 5 by tlio open window of the little slttlng- rooni. On tlio tnblo at her side lay a novel, ami every once In nwhilo the little woman, with a sigh, turned a longing glance nt its worn blue cover. After finishing the scarlov stok she had leen at work upon she bustled to tho door which looked out on tho rond winding1 through tho valley from l'ilarcitos canyon In the north to the "coast" sl:go tun lr th" r'.'i 1 "..'rMh,". liwyjtfll1 clff3H?!E?3iti pust f55r-2- sat darn- . mg stockings dtclce, 'J hi.. a a' Her husband, an old man lyin in ra cJupr, on tf'.wt tl.rs ; made a feeble gesture with his hopeless pararight urm lie w:.i-lytic, "j'M wntti.r for the las' stroke," as his who was wont to tell to Miss m . .' ' brought Anna, the her jellu iiti! nreK n"- and then. "John's l gone tin., half hour," invalids a , - In-il- it - i porch, which extended half way around tho low, rumbling cottage. Hero she left him and went out to tlio small stable, usually occupied by the sorrel pony which John had driven to San Mateo that morning. John McGregor, their only child, was a likely young man. Ho had procured work upon the dam, then in process of construction at the southern end of tho valley, and in eonsciiuencu ho was obliged to leave his parents alone the greater part of the time. In the hunting season his mother was able to board sportsmen, thus making a little money to lav by for a "rainy day." Jn the dry season those mountain Cre3 are of frequent occurrence, and are generally attributed to tlio carelessness of hunters, nnd, although they often spread many miles, there is rarely any difficulty in extinguishing them, onco they encroach upon cultivated land. Mrs. McGregor bulled herself next about the gurden, which everywhere showed signs of true 2sew England thrift. Her head was protected from the sun by a brown gingham as she picked the green seeds of tho nasturtiums for pickles, or tied up the sweet pea vines, which the chickens persisted in scratching down. In the afternoon, as slio washed up after the noon meal, she looked anx- iously out of the window now and then. "I do hope John '11 hurry," she murmured, as she hung the last dishcloth on the rail of the sunny back steps. "Do did say it wa- ousartin if he'd come back but guess when ho sees the smoke over here, he'll jest come don't 'sadly like tho looks on it myself." Then, after peeping in upon her snoring husband in t'o sitting-room- , she shut the front door to keep out the flies, and beated herself in tho frayed hammock, which on warm afternoons was her special delight. "I declare," shu exclaimed, as sho leaned back and prepared to enioy to its fullest extent the novel lu her hand, "it's right good o' Miss Anna to fetch mo these novels, do have sech a hank-erlarter 'em. Ma allers did sav I sun-bonn- what John says." After thus declaring her implicit confidence in her son's opinion, she wheeled her husband out upon the to be back u o ,'t -' n' worry. Ho do n g didn't thin;, tlio tire v. us half way dangerous, nn' I allers put a big store by m?nnln". 'h-.-- t sheet" . .1 1. .i. he nrrvnlso 11. 1 " husba.id's .- ! this uUv.rnoi.ii . t 1 : r- ,r... -- m Tho porch was strown with charred Icavess and back of the house tho cmoko was Bucking up tho vnlloy in great clouds, until It mingled with tho body of fire In the north, which was steadily advancing. Judging from u very hasty survey In that direction, slio came to the conclusion that tho tiro had burst out in nnother canyon, creating a strong wind as it burned, lint that she looked it was to the "The with greatest apprehension. wind's full n us," she cried, wringing her hands in distress. "Dear me, if I dreadful novel reader! warn't sech Whcro can John be? There ain't a minute ter le lost. I know what I'll do first," she added, hurrying to tho barn close by. She kneeled down among the bales of hay aud loose straw, causing diro consternation to an old hen with her brood, feho prayed aloud, with up-- 1 turneii eyes ami ciaspeii 1. anils. 'J lieu she rose and hurried to the house. First she waked her husband, explaining to him the situation, and wheeled him Into the front doorway Then, after tying up tho great family Uible and biiudry other treasures in a nritiili ivnlf ntttlf modi. li- - Iwir rrrvinrl- mother, alio placed them near the door. where thy could lie snatched whon her son came, for alio had entire faith that they would be rescued Then she looked around to see what to do first. ,lt was useless to think of ilight, for r.ho could never push her husband'it chair uloug th uneven road, and besides they might be turned back So turning at any moment by the up her rusty black skirt she first began firing the underbrush Immediately about the house, puttting it out with evergreen boughs as soon as it the space of a few feet. This she repeated again and again, fearing to burn too much, lest it should got beyond her control. Thus she toiled late into the night, clearing a pitiably stnnll space, in view of tho threatening furnace of tire, which every moment grew more terrible. The air became almost Gtilliug, the light of the full moon failed Into insignificance beside the glare of tho flames, which were licking into the heavens with a mighty roar. Patiently the little woman brought pail after pail of water from the creek 11 had-burne- ! MOHAMMED'S WHITING. rim tmlicnu. mm Al . : LD3. ttio Hunt Ilmncli I g .Ji) TIMvAoUItB. Ono of tho Most Vonoratod Rollca Tho extent of the area Stores of Anolont Coino Tooontly of Islam a Forgory. of the fields that were discovered reUnonrtuocl. cently in Maine Is a matter of conjec Intrnan nxrltemrrit I'rrvsitlnK tlio i:u. ture, the prospecting having boon only tire Mnlianimpilan World Over nlong the Swift river and its branches, llurUil for n Onturjr K'i'l Aerlitriitnllj DUcovrrnl liy llrnlisers .liny tlio DUrovrry or tho principally the east branch, nnd the inHitn tlrloiigoil to Cant. Fraud. po quiries on the subject have boon KIM. gold-bearin- f tlio wilt Hirer. WXu Ifitce on Main stJuouoy nuNTisT. over V. II Drue Store, Sunfetil. a. s. rmcE, McKolcili itrctt, ' 10- -' - . (CjL;v few w 'mCJt i"c--- 1 1111 nWfh M NOW, JIOTIini! - I 1 1 n' rapidly approaching the seething lake of fire. The driver, n young man, leaned forward in his excitement, and urged the horses on with shouts and cuts from his long whip as they neared the valley road, which was here and there cross"d by tongues of flame, reaching out in all directions as If seeking for food. back to the house. With the aid of chairs and boxes, piled on one another, she was able to soak tho roof thor oughly, thus saving tho house from burning much longer than she could otherwise have done. With her puny strength she succeeded in flooding tho yard, and when the sparks flew upon the barn she dashed water upon them, but her Strength was nearly gone. Suddenly the flumes caught the nearest redwood on the mountain, and a shower of sparks fell upon the house from its writhing, twisting branches that crackled and hissed and roared. A few minutes more and it would be too late. Mrs. McGregor threw the skirt of her gown over her head and run for safety to the porch, where a great number of cotton-tai- l rabbits had sought protection. Tame with fright, they gathered about her skirts, as with singed hair hanging in a little wisp sho threw herself at her husband's side and prayed. Hardly half a mile to the north, on the Millbrac road, an express wagon drawn by two running horses was The entire Mohammedan world, not nloae in Turkey, but also In India, Java, central Asia anil China, Is nt present In a state of ferment and caused by the discovery that one of the most venerated relics preserved here at Rtnmbunl is a forgery, Bays a Constantinople loiter to the New In question is a York Times. The letter wliieh ht's hitherto boon regarded as being In the hundwriting of tho prophet Mohnmmcd himrclf. It was discovered by the French orientalist, Stephen llartholoiny, nome fifty years ago, in a Coptic monastery in Egypt. It Is a parehtnenl covered with Cufic writing, nnd which, after having been deciphered with great difficulty, was found to consist of a demand addressed h? t,,e Vphvl Munrued to the gov ornor or calipli of Kgvpt. to the elTecl that tin latter, an well as the Copts, should liecotne converted to Ilamim. It had been well known up to the time of the discovery of tho document that a letter of this kind had Ivon nddressed by the prophet to the governor of Egypt. No one, however, d reamed that the original wan still in existence, and all imagined that nothing hnd remained save eopie. The text of the latter was found by tho scientists nnd Mohammedan theologians to be identical with that of the document found by M. Hartheli'iuy, and accordingly the sultan, yielding to th nrgontontronties of the Mohammedans throughout the world, purchased the parchment for about S100.000 and placed It In the holy shrine at tho imperial treasury of Zulchane, along with thu standard and the coat of the prophet. Its lack of authenticity lias now been definitely proved to the satisfaction of the sultan, of the sheik ul Islam, and of the leading Mohnnimondnn divines and clergy, by tlio celebrated Austrian nriontuluU, Dr. ICitrubncok, who has been able to show by incontrovertible evidence in connection with the seal and the characters of the lotters that it was niorely one of the copies made threo hundred or four hundred years ago by one of the ordinary koran copyists who abound at Mecen Medina, and Cairo. Th'e resnlt i that the document has been removed from tho golden shrine containing the other relics of Mohauuued and relegated to obscurity and oblivion as spurious. The question now arises as to whether tho fact that it has been allowed to lie on the prophet's coat for nearly half a canturv has not contaminated and desecrated tho holy garment. The latter was brought to this city by Sultan Selim I. in 151- - along with the keys of tho cities of Mecca and Medina from Cairo, where they had been preserved until that time in tho keeping of the caliphs. It Is a kind of "clikra," or ivibe, with flowing sleeves like those worn in the Levant by those whom wo are accustomed to designate as "Turks of the old school." It is needless to add that its color is green, the hue of all others sacred to the prophet, and the extent to which it is venerated by nil true believers may be estimated by the fact that the principal and most higliby cherished title of sultan is that of "Hadumulharomeen," may or "guardian of the holy relic." add in conclusion that, according to the Mohammedan tradition, tho coat in question was presented by the prophet to a Yemen dervish of tho name of as a token of gratitude for Ins services in lirst discovering tne uso and preparation of eolTcc. rc-liI Was-el-Kara- nl numerous that tho Portland Argus has published a description of the operations and indications from a correspondent at Hymn. Tho oiemtlnnt on tlu east brunch have ovtomled three miles. For two miles from its mouth the river rushes through a narrow gorge, the mountains closing in and lcavtnjr only narrow bank-- . Tho bedrock is usually in sight on each side, ami In the gravel that cowrs It In places the masses of lowlders and broken bedrock on the shores nad the orovlces of the ledges considerable gold has been luird-pnekcd found. For the next two miles t?e mountains fall away from the river, and the valley opens out to a width of half a mile. The basin is a net work of gravel bars of modified glacial drift nnd old channels in the soft lcdrook. many of them being deeper thou the present bed of tin river. The river has u fall of two or t!n-- o hundred feet through tlio basin, which has been purchased by Hoyond tho basin tho one company. mountains come tovrother neaiu and tho bedrock comes to the surface. The top soil in the fields nnd woods carries considerable pdd dust. Thu bedrock and gravel gold ranges In sizes from clover seed to pieces worth ten to fifteen dollars. Too land ulong tho river Is owned by bmbr companies and a few farmers, and small sections cannot be iHiutrht. The ineii, who have worked the fields will not talk much about tho quantity of gold thnt litis been mined. The finest, gold that bus been obtained by washing Is in the form of slender threads and sprnv, and tlio larger pieces indicate the olTect of Intense heat. Three theories an ml vn need In regard to the fi.'ldv (lnc is tltnt glacial drift carried the gold there, another is that the quarts veins that orosR tho valley have been worn away, and the third is that tho quartz formations were melted bv intense lieat. A , CALIFONN1A CUSTOM. Smelting CoiitrqM. "i no 1I0IT. JOlt.Vl.1. II trUll V. 1 warn't good fur much '.vhen got a novel ter read, fur I'd jest go out ter tho orchard and hide till It was finished." o There was nothing unusual In the woman's thus talking to herself. Sho had fallen into the habit from the lonely life she led, for wr husband seldom, if ever, paid any attention to her remarks. Indeed, it xvas doubtful whether he understood them a great part of the tune, as his mind shared in a measure the disease of his body The sunny afternoon pissed without event, save fur the pussingof numerous teams, which Mrs. McGregor did not notice, so absorbed wr.s she in her story. Had she done so she might have been alarmed, for troiu the chattering of Spanish that went on, it was evident that whole families were moving. Hut there was i thick screen of tree- between the cottage and the road, and they went by Without stoppitig, probably taking it fur granted that the old couple had already taken alarm and departed. Tho Eiin was Hearing the horizon, when all at otuvAIrs. McGregor sprang from the liammiTCJc. exclaiming. "Lor' but Hie, thet bv,'d orter be Lack; she never finished the sentence. A cry of horror burst from her lips. lit-tl- pulled his cap down over ills eyes, and laid the curling whip unmercifully about tho Hanks of the trembling horses. A torturing second of anxiety and smothering heat passed over the young man then the noses of the animals touched the side of the house, already burning a dozen places. The inert black heap by his father's cLair sprung to life. "1 was saittn sure He'd make you come," was all she said, as swiftly and silently they lifted the old man Into tho wagon. Then she threw the quilt and its conteiitb in at liiu side. "Now mother!'' ".lost one minute, John," she replied, gathering the huddled rabbits iuto her skirt; then they were oft. As the scorched wagon climbed the crest of tho hill us fast as the jaded iiorses could draw it, the brave little woman laid her head upon her son's shoulder, inul fainted. 1 11 t Another minute and they were opposite the house. John McGregor The young people of f.ewiston, Me., have a" new scheme for entertainment. At a gathering tins other night a smelling contest was tho thing that made the most fun, according to the Lowlston There had been obtained Journal. from a local druggis. eight bottles containing as many different liquids of different odors, all common but one, and each numbered on the corks. The game was to smell of these and identify them and write the decision opposite numbers on a card. Now it is a fact to thoso who have studied the matter that the sense of smell is the most deceptive of all the senses, for the reason that after smelling of three things in quick succession the nose refuses to do duty with most people, nnd beyond that everything is mixed and confused. A young lady nnd gentleman each Identified seven out of. eight of them; nine' more identified all but two. Hut generally tho things written down were wide of the mark, liisulphide of carbonthe only uncommon one proved a sticker. It was written down as extract of onions, oil of brimstone, laudanum, boiled cabbage, and white rose. The contest was the funniest kind of fun. well-know- n Trl-srr- !n master will corns fever and ague. To tho uninitiated, says the San Francisco Chronicle, it is a mystery how some of the most lasliionnble large feet in San Fninelsen got Into such excruciatingly tight shot's. Still stranger has lKen tho equaii unity of tht) wourers. No symptoms of suffering have been vtsiolo in ineir laces. Mniles Have wreathed their countenances through the warm hour of a ball, and dance boon reeled off by them after dance without the slightest signs of flinching. ordinary m.in subjected to such methods of torture would take off his shoes before half the night was over, walk homo in his stockings if a cab were not within the scope of his finances. Of course there is a scientific explanation of this apparently superIt was u secret human endurance. by a cherished ...... hnnd,onii' Iixuil pho- .. u toprapner till ills valet "iiiew the jr.iir," i as the polico elegantly say of ono who j blab inside facts. It hapivned in tliis wise: Muster and man hnd pone to a country hop, a very swell aflair, swallow-tails- , low necks, a tout rigour, so to speak. When tho hotel porter got the lujrjfajrc (not flappape) up to the camera urtist's room tho valet was taken with hysterics. One valise mlsslnp left on tho train. "That's the bap with the cocaine, and blood-curdlin- g I'r:iMeli l)ui IVrfurm a sremlitslj liupuwlblo Tout. The prevailhiir masculine style of shoo Is tho Eii'lifth "minted patent leather article. Tlio mere tdght of a pair of these pedal decorations is enough to give a victim of Hmr rlii San close-fitting hs ; . ...... , the huge buckets of mud dug out of the Lower and Windmill islands by the dredp'rs' endless-chaiscoops there havo come to the surface quarts of silver coins whose dates indicate their coinage n long time prior to the revolution, says tho rhilitdelphia Ileeord. A peculiarity of the coins is that some are very large, oven of greater diameter than a trade dollar, while others are smaller than any denomination now in circulation, almost the za of tho widow's mite. Several days ago the captain In chargo of one of the scows noticed what he thought to Ik bright, shining dollars dropping from the seoops into the scows nnd called tho attention of the engineer of the dredging machine, declaring thet they were bringing up gold and ;iver Tho engineer's reply was that either the cspUaiti's oyeslght was defective er th.it !u was d monlod. After the dnv's work had boon completed the scow's master wont down into tho hold of t'ie partially-loadevessel and with a lantern collected over two hundred and fifty cuius of all denominations and si and could havo recovered as mviy more hnd it not Ik'oii for the darkm-Hand tho impossibility of working whil.t th. o,ul was rolling about with tlio tides and winds. L'tilted State Innpector Poarson, who has charge of the spreading of tlio material from tho ftilsotneter to the grounds at League Uland. had his attention called to tho bright objects shining through the material us It was discharged, and in a short time scoured many Among those found at tho dumping ground were a silver coin issued in nUW. a foreign silver com Uh sue of a dollar uuirked 1700 nnd another 17. a small dark coin mnrkod 171.., u..J numerous small ooinB on which the date cannot be ills-- ; tinguithed. All of the gold coins, which are about the slse of n gold piece, harts been found on the island. and none have yet come to iiht from the dumping ground, mid they arc blip-- I posed to have bteu separated from tho mud and sunk, thr umt not having sufficient capacity to reach tho loitoin of the river. The treasure has been located at the extreme southwest rly end, where tho sanitarium was .umerly kuratod, on Windmill l!nnd. the only spot whom the dmlger bar,' done any work worth speaking of. It is l"li-7e- l that them is much more hidden treasure near the same spot which will lie recovers! when the drudges resume work hi removing tlio great liarlmr nlitrmt!on. No ono liar, yet be.n .lle to tell whore the coin cnine from. It must have loen buried theroaeentury or more ago, but a gowl tunny of those who have hoard of the discoveries Iwlieve thnt Cnpt- - Kidci's treasure is found at last. Many years n ago a vessel arrkwl here from Sun mingo consigned to Stephen Olrard with a cargo of coin which political refugees 1(Ui stolon from the treasury of San mIucro city and anchored direct!-o- ff YHndinlll island. Girard only received about of what wa marked on tho vessel's manifest ,, ami up to the present time nothi;i? was known of the whetvalKHiU. of the balance, and it is Mippos.d t4 have been stolen from tho vessel and burierl on the island, whero Jt lay until tho dredgers turned It up. In n d 'nrli yul 'JLLjUL IlKr Oi 1 u. Having I'imvnl tny IWhrr Sno to thr Com mrretnl'llnM, w piSmimI to ciotnn-!i- tr U ilitAvrell m icriiUtwntn in an) tlnr.K they rtmv whh n my line. ChiMitu .ilo waited mi. Cafl nnifc. JI'SSS 1'HOMl'SO.V, InCommarclal llclrj. -- 1002. Harper's Magazine. ILLUSTBATEE. ary The m.iaii)- - !., sp-H-- ."!. prominent- - will be len la -- hut which will he ctmtnhutu! by T II A, A tonan Dntlr, Marami ilikli.lt.il DelaiHl, Mim Woo'toaanJ atli- -r rujmUt writer. AniHait lh literary tralurns win br I'ertonat Itrintrmivncf rt Nathaniel llaivittorat, by Ait cnlhfKe na hie bnje (rWlttt. Ilanlio DrMze, mid a rtaeal Me-al the Mr.iwn-iiigt- ., St A ana Thackeray Kiuhtt. Siari-- 4, rxpo4icin than hit. hiibatt )cM made of ihe Kecom UnpiKcdemrO lltvelnpntrat cifatir Conn-trr- , anil pci.lly In ihr Uinii Vm I'jrticn-l- r I attention will tfiveH to Dramatic HUtcri. '1 he tii'M ef the ti War will be 1f neai Kur.i tctttxnt In a Serial nl I'aiirro nil ihn lUmi'ie ihr- - lllack r'orot to ih "frum IllacV Sea," Sy PftHllm-jlllftclow ai.l F 1). Millvt, illHMfttted t.'v Mr Millet anil Aliic.l 1'artoNi. AhkJm nlw will I K'vrn on ihe (itriaaa. AutfraiH nml Italian Armtt.V illuir.itd t.r r Sultirap Mr vr.ll toatribnti a new nv t, "A WrM of Cliatico." ihametftlilirally Ainriii-cahpi-(detAt-rii- uii r 1 f thr IliwotHry of ViMc m, through aliW giving will clbritlc the fourth u more thorough kj' Hi CentenMR n. lpect.il ft l)vi. Mtr IimiPER'SFElUODlCflLS. HAItl'KRS IIAKI'ltk'.s MAM'l MAi-.AIN- ten-doll- ar HAItl'l.i' If fAR. OLV. Uhrtl.Y. Per Year - . . .. . J, oo ...4cm IT.OPI.K. " 4. x. Poiltcr tree la all Stilb(i ia ike L'uiwtl State, Canada arrf Milcu. 1 h Vatmn vi the .Uaaailae Saaia with al tka ltai ul tv- wul Votuawkol llarpar'a Mir-Mifer three la nat clMo MbUhik. w ill k eeiM be wail, pv: il4, an racatix nl $) p Ctoih Ceees f blmliai, ja cvMt earh by mail. pld. HaaiMlavcvt kmkl br aMMlr ty r )! Oriler n Uialt. la avaW cMacei ( toe .Vearepapeee are not In twv tlil ovr4tlicir.l wiikv- -i ike Beaikrit prvMiHitei m Ilrf-klw with iIm numBitr Whea aipt m- - timeJuno aiul Dnermhr ol cuch year tbcin4, utKnpmi will at rwr h. pi A1. ertc. K trim nr a.wi. HArtfPH.V r Nar i urK YeaK. 180'J. Harpers Bazar. XraXiXISO? R. urn rJ?33D. fcaeftc r- -er Do-A- I)o-an- d one-ha- lf a Iwlnprn maVrr aad ike pro lt4He. Na rapenin l npuroJ to malm .1 ihe Itlguwl alvor. Il Hi arli.t 1 4ir.ivi bricbl tntn-.- . unetim txaetle anJ tkauiiblful pe l (aya mikKx .11 i f w ii and He latt In week-f iwhui . a hiit.e' dhu4r iu ly mmc ia' '!- - wleh t of Uler-eeI e "cnela frr i tt will be writ to wwmr. ten by W.lir lrHi lad William I Hark Mr. Marum liar Ollplianl will S.m, t , emritxii lan's Timely I'alk. la "! Iay OhI," mr mI Helen Marall Netih inlcmlrd tar .i Mil tprtuliv uli'i... flrle, T W in "V.nea H1 Mea. ' will phae a .ltlrar) t Warper't llajar i a joalMal for the Ut-with gic ihe aaull n infiwalwr illiuiratHMM. Htkinae, mmiMu aklr alike i" - rulirfr.-hrrS- ictttl - ! - e)tat MippiaMMMk Parnde ll la tUr n. l.'r eert!ii l ., '! t 1Ii.;Iii, ' ; . ami race UNHAPPY nr- MARRIAGES. IIhvb faint without it," ho moaned. "Why, he ain't a fiend, is lie?" asked the porter. "No. no; but his feet is. I 'ave to vawruish his pedal lioxtremltics three times n niplit so that he can wear a No. 4 shoo on a No. 11 foot-- Oh! what will I do?" A bottle of cocaine varnish to deuden sensitive bunions is now as common in north of Market street male dressing rooms as eiparette bulta, and hcuco the prow inp popularity of the pointed patent leather shoe, and its inability to tie tho wearer's lep.-- into hard knots, no matter how hot the night or protracted the ball. . ' I i U'liixliy lu a Uhuln. In Cliim. he" comprehensive, with main and branch lines extending over the empire from its northern boundary to the seaboard. A liitiKi- .Mln-r.Shiploads of raiU havo arrived at "An' jc.-.- ter think at my ago I Shanghai within the past few- months, A prosK'ctor in Montana hai found a should faint like ono o' them real and it is reported that tlio work of lay- iitrungo mineral Unit lakes firo and con- ladies In novels, after wnntin'toall my ing them will lm begun early next year. r.umo.s itself when i"poned to tho air. life." she would Invarii.bly remark to When taken from tlio ground it has) Miss Anna, when repeating the history (icrni.i.i ttoral I'lnoil inuoh the appearance of iron ore and is of that night' adventures. German blixxl predominati-The Hist that was in the oulto as heavy None bit tho childish husband ever royal families of Kurope. Tlio Ihiglish t alien out w piled up near tho shaft knew of the ptuuky little woman's princes are Uiiinaus; the Russians are; one evening and the next morning was cheerful bravery, and It is not likoly all of the '1'euttjiiie princes are; tlio found to be smoking. It continued to that he can ever tdl. Hodney Maync, king of Spt'iifo mother is iJennan; so grow hotter until it arrived at almost a In Over'and Monthly. was tlio mother of King Humbert; white boat, remaining in that condition It Wntilil liiMjiilr- - Tilore llniiiu. while tin reigning house In Portugal Is Rorcral days, after wliieh It gradually civilizaatts "(), yes, soap and of hanging tho Tlit Hlj-lcooled oft'. It was then found to be tion go hand in hand." I'otts "Guess the "house of nud Gotlm." (iermany is the mother of but half its first weight, and resembled framed marriage certificate in the paryou are right. As a scenter of civilkings, just as V'rgjuia wa3 the mother much tho fragments of meteors that lor is not followed lu Chicago ization tlio r' up fuetory is j.n undoubtMaddox No; the parlors an usually of prcsidcuts. are four.d uii tin. arfaeo. ed succtvii. - imllaii-po- lu Journal only of tho average size. Judge. ul. l - There is now in China .1 comprclien-sh- e system of telegraph lines running to all parts of the country. This governors of the provinces kep watch over the lines and take care that they lire iiiiiintaiued in w 01 king order. Tho Pekin jroveriimcnt U now preparing to establish a railroad system not loss sperm whale forty feet long got over the bar at Ocean City, Md., during the high tide several nights ngo anil was left high and drv on the beach by the receding water. Al night long his struggles could be heard by tho crew of the station nenr by. They sounded like the heavy treating of tlio surf. Aftoi the leviathan was dead the residents in the neighborhood gathered and cut away tho blubber, lu cutting open the monster's sUmiiiHi there were found a number of empty Uittles nnd a demijohn, corked and sealed, of excellent rji wliinky. It is supposed that the whale followed in tho wake of the United MutcR steamer Dispatch, which was WTccUcd more than a month ' ago, and swallowed tin demijohn as it wns (touted out of the wreck. A life-savin- g live-gallo- n i . i ' j s a-- , ' Weaver decided that a poker dispute 111u.1t end in a duel They had friends place two pistols under a blanket on a table. lUssi-t- l and Weaver Avon to en- ter, each iiraw one of these pis'.ols, aim and lire at t!ie sanie tima. One of tho weapons wa-- . to Ik i.nlondeil. ISassett entered, drew and llrcd, or snapped his revolver, which was tlio empty one. llassett put down tlio pistol, folded his arms, looked Weaver in the fuee, and Wouver took his waited his death. time and aimed at BmsmiU's forehead, then slowly raised his weapon, and fired through tile celling Ihe man that licks Weaver now must fir. Uuk lias- sett. (ia-za- ia e V Whitney he bet of modem wiucrt will oiiiril'ule liort tonei, and the molt dittlneiiih (iiiuil Kind ul' Duel. I he ciluo id .iitut will make Ihe illutratinn Ihissett is a gambler and Weaver u mil aitule of Mr l.eoric William LiirlU will remain h an epcna1 .utra. Hon runchuiHii down in thu Cimarron conn-- 1 try of Indian territory. Uassett and 1 iillli I'tlurc. PLKYfAK. A piod deal of discussion lias lecn poiiiir on of late in regard to tho unhap- - HrjK?r i lbiair ... ......... J oo oa Mir.e jij tnarriapos of men of pcnuis, If un- - llaiper' Wekl) Mari.tr id happiness in married life is an ludica- - llnrper lMHC Penvtr j 00 tion of ponlus, then certainly foreipn f the hi c lint diplomatist, are alsiut the brainiest iiHinlier ciIiih January (.rrwch Iwglti wlh the lime car w'hen no (,r men on earth. 'I ake a few instances mnetitioneil. aubtcrlpiiaiii will hrn'in with the out of many. The (ferman minister to nunilier cnrrriil al ihe llmeof rrclpt of enlt-- three lkuml Milumui ( ltair'e llaear fur the court of the Netherlands, Huron von ytart back. In neat clclh lunilmi;. will he tent by tsourma, Is divorced from hii wife. mail pntlaKe paid nr liy itpreit free of eapeme provided, the freight dm mil sxnil Ji per Ilaron von Koudel wr.slast yearembas- fori; ter volume sador of (lormany U Koine He inar-- Clotli ca.e for each olunio aaitalile tor will be tent by mail pntlaiJ on rccripl ul $1 opera sinper who was each ried a third-ratnot received socially, nnd was the cause Kemlllanrct hould" be inaile by pott eflitr draft of Ida boinp removed from his poit. money order orare not 10 avoid chance ol I m. Newnpaperk to copy tltli Sho has since left him Count Alio, the without Ihr ctprr'w onlrrof Mat rr Kadcitiemnt Unit hen. Atldrci1IAKPKK .V IIKTIIKK: Gorman ininUtcr to ashmpton, is New Y.rk separated from his wife, the celebrated sinpor. Count Muenster, now in oiera charpe of the (erio.ineinbas-to Paris, Uioa. married the Princess (iolltztti. and not long afterward obtulned a divorce. Count Diionhof, who was at the head of the German embassy at Vienna, had the mortifi.'ution of hai lug his wife und ids lirst secretary of legation olope tollarpr-r'rWrrUr Tar gether, .lolin A. K,ivsun, who repre- tain inure aittaitht the turning year will conmore nnd finer and a giralcr uunilicr of article of sented the I'nited .States at Vienna, live, intentc liilercnl than Mill he found, in any ivtlv ri ilit'iiri'f.l ,titt l'.if, ,..,, t!,,l..,. other periudicnl Among thvvt latler will be a e ' minlst,.,. Ul S poU.r), 0crlnll rira ol title, oil the as crrateit cttiea of the world, including joo illuilrali'inv. 'the (,f u brother married the divorced Kxputit on, the Army anil Navy, Krt.it e diplomatist, 'i'liis list be greatly on land nml ea, and tlio event, of the celebrated people ol tlio day will hi enlarged, but is long enough to show an .ittrnaive and the dangers atteiidim,' diplumutie mar- drterihod and illustrated The Drpartincnt ul Amateur iiinely manner Sport will continue under the direction nt Catpcr riages. -- uf DIpliMiitt, Ttnit Mt IMRPER'S PERIOD ICHLS 4 4 4 1 lljr r hind-ini- f e Harper's Weekly. . 111 Coltim-Iim- ii pub-lido-ni- U dii-nte- rs 111 A A IMRPER'S PERWDF.CELS. PKK YKAIt: llarpor't Harper y llurper'i ll.nur Ilarper'a YoMntf Pcopte Suite, Canada und Menu a. Mni;.uiiie T, .,), .4 00 . ci 4 4 00 a 00 Pottiifu free to all aubecrlbera hi the United -- )l Tho Vohinie of the Weakly hcein with tli tirtt nuinhrr lor Jiimiarv uf oucli year. When 110 Hint iv mentioned, tubttripiiont will beslu with the number entrant at lime of receipt of order. Weekly for three Hound volume of Harper yum hark in ne.it cloth bltidliij;, wilf be sent by mail, pojtjje paid, or by enpreu freo of provided the freiclu doev not cuceed Ji per volume! fur $7 por volume. Cloth luiek for encli volume, sullablc for blnd-inj- . will he ont liy mail povipanl on re eipt ol ein.e 15ra,inJi-.Saxe-L'obur- g eV J mon. Hemitancea vhoulil bo made by poit-tlliorileloi draft to avoid chanc ol thw adertUrnient New) afienaic not tucopv without the evprenrd:rof Harper .V llrotlierv HAKPKK .V IIROTIIERS, Address New York. tvich. lo. co - tzAi r. r n ..,,,..- - ,i . i j j n Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Stanford, Ky., Januaiiy son have made her a favorito with n who knew her." The happy couple, will Thoy nr- be welcomed heartily In Fon Hknt. Heflidenco now occupied rlved yesterday and for the present will 8, 1802 by V. M. HIkkIiis. Apply to Jolm M. occupy rooms at the ColTey iiouso. Mcltoberls, Sr. " 1 m XAitciMA Goone, a highly respoclablo colored woman, died Tuesday. -- JV ORDER TOj W .a B.O.WAi.TON.BUH.MnnnKer MEANS & stocli, we 1 aged 70. The doctor is also periotisly ill. of rencbes, Ap- Mrs. ltraeken was an aunt of Hon It. C. DitiEi) AiTi.ns, California Knoiiavino beautifully nnd artistically dono nt A. H. Penny's. ricot?, Prunes, New Pickles, and Cunntd Warren, Yoi'ii account is now ready. Please (looilw ol all kinds just received at A. A. Cloin Hill, Ken,., of Lebanon, for a mil mid pfttlo. A. It. Penny. Warren's. Model Grocery. long time one of the most noted of KenH.wjcyour watch, clock nnd Jowclry repaired at A. It. Penny's. All work tucky lawyers, died Wednesday of old SriT. MiCi.auy asks us to state that age. warranted. HowiiHan uncle of Hon. T. P. ItKMKMiiKit thntall silverware. watches, tlio January draft arrived Wednesday Hill, of this place, ami between the two ritiKH, Ac, bought at A. It. Penny's will morning mid that the county teachers be engraved free of charge. there was much similarity. Mr. Hill can net their money hyeallinu'on him. leaves n fortune of $70,000. PERSONAL POINTS." Consumption, that Knoi.khan. Oil Tint apriiiK Houston of Stanford Collegt) will begin on the lpth, most insidious and fatal of all diseases, Mn A .1. Kiir nt ill with the grip. Cait. Uaisks Ciiaiu has been very ill. when it is hoped that tunny matricula- has claimed nnother victim in the 4 of II. Frank Kugtcmnn. who breathlWT. KllMv IlAIIMB Wl'llt Ul 1.0lliR- - tions will occur. The. school is giving fcmineral satisfaction and is prospering ed his lastal anearly hour Tuesday. He ydle Tuesday. ullllctod with it for some time, had been Miss .Maiiik Waiiiikn has returned to vory gratifyingly. hut not until 10 days ago was he strick her school at Louisville. Owinu to the carelessness of the im en down, never to rise again from his sis-t- r, .Miss J kssikWki.sii is visiting her poser, who had perhaps not gotten over bsil. lie was a son of the late ChrisMrs. C. P. llrnekey, in Louisville. Christmas, tho extra jmge is dated the tian Fugleman, by his second wife, of Mil. P. P. Ni NNKI.LEV is oonllned to his nth instead of th Sth. As'a wife and it whose children George, James and Sam room with a severe attack of pneumonia. largo and crowing family are dependent Fugleman and Mrs. H. G Givens and Half-Worn-O- ut Miss Kittik Haioum vn, of Stanford, on him we refrained from cutting his Mrs. Ueiibeu Harris survive. His half is visiting Miss Matilda I Inll. Winchesthroat. brothers living are Joseph, Matt and ter Sun. Welch are goods- goods, Col.s. T. P. llu.i.nnd'W. G. TiiKcnseofT. L. ;Sholton vs. I). A Chris Fugleman. Mr. Fugleman was Or funerals of Mr. Twaddle for forcible- detainer, was tried about HO years of age and some six in Lebanon tonttend the Mill ami Mrs. ltraeken. before Judge Varnon yesterday, It. 0. vears auo led to the marriage altar Miss Mil. K. Cami'Iiki.i., Mm. .McDngald's Wsrrcn for plaintill' and Miller & Ows- Annie Harris, who is left with three mother, is dangerously ill of bronchitis. ley for il fendant. J udye Shelton claim little girls to mourn a loss that to them 4- She is now SO years old. ed that Mr. Twaddle's lease of the hotel is irreparable, though time and the (Comforter maysomewhat assuage. Mu. Thomas Mirrci.K was over from hail exnired unless a new price was (rent is greatly agreed on. He has been getting J100 a May they look only to Jesus and be Jessamine this week. Ho pleased with his new home. month for the property. The jury found supported by his lovinv arm. Mr. A. was a member of the Methodist A. S. Gkukn and wife, of Iiuisville, for Judge Shelton. church and during his illness spoke of are on a visit for a few days to Gum SulTom Wren, of his death to Imh wife with great reconFiiom Pen. to J mi. phur to see Mrs. Prewitt. TO- KustKiiil, who killed Heaver tail ciliation, ml ling that he had tried to Mn Jok Coituy fautl'ered something the and got two years in the penitentia- live aiight and had no fears for the fulike a pnralytic stroke on her left side, ry for it, finished Ids sentence and land- ture state. A gentleman whoknew him but was much better yesterday. with his old friends Wednesday. well sajs a better man never lived. He Miss I ha Pukwitt continues very ill. ed back , The thought of being at home once more had only a good word for 'everyone, Her sister, Miss Prewitt, of Jellerson-villi1made him so happy tint he got on i tear nothing derogatory of anybody ever became up to see her Wednesday. enmc to this plneu to celebrate his ing permitted to CFcape his lips. He Jot:b'. Jonks is in Ijiwrencebuig man- and A short time after his arrival was highly thought of by all who knew aging Mr. is. L. Powers' store while that return. he became iniisterous and wmb promptly him and his neighbors not long since AND SFK WHVT MOXh WILL DO. is in Xew York buying gent'oman put in jail, where lis now U, and where evinceu liieir partiality lo him ny fuelgoods. M8. Jn.lAN VrfflT, who has been lie will have siillicient time to icpent his ing him a justice of tho peace, which of fice he lillcd with fidelity as he did the spending thelioliday season with her pa folly. other stations of life that he occupied. at Hurry, will return to iLy amt rents Ji'st before the magistrates adjourned The funeral services were conducted nt the eaptidn will he duly happy. Monday evening they increased the his home Wednesday morning, by Kev. 5i it. J. 1. Mi'Ki.sK, of the L. it X. bond to he aiitliorixl to .:jl0.0W. It W. F. Arnold and then loving fiiends hi Motilt!iiM ry, ami with liHitMit-was argued ly County Attorney Paxtott follow iil the lody to HtiiTulu Cemetery, And will niwr lose itr powi r. It create- the that runs the engines of the woild, and why not be a power in pmchiiMng his hautNwuH slid t!fnUsJ wde, are and coincided by tlio court that the in where they placed it till ho awaki-guests at Mr A. A MrKinncyV. county would save thousands of dollars His likeness. MihH Ki rut WvKiiKs. the amiable, im yearly by paying cash instead of nipiir MsUut postmaster, lm Ihn-- sick for ing its creditors to w ait IS months to two i CHURCH; AFFAIRS. and Mrs ('muid is far front be- years for their claims, and th excess of Mkuhmih of the Christian Sundaj ing well, though with the Hsltanc o SHOES, HATS ? the bonds to cover turnpike indebted- school can get papers at my store. J. H. she. still nuuu.'m to get Joe 'evcrimie ness or so much as U necessary, will go Foster. through woik. I will not give any if von are not pleased, return to your first love. price, because pretei you ihonld to provide a fund to pay claims as soon Fids. Martin Owens and J. M. Long Come and trv it, then Mu. 1L P. Owsi.m and family will Should see the Mull. allowed. as meeting at have just closed a y for lolutulms.ltii., where he leave Mt. Moriah, which resulted in J." addiKick. Somerset is again lit the throes will start a Xulinual l' ink with JloO.MW James tions, 11 of whom were baptized. Utat nnd be its cashier. Mr. OWslej of anothtr startling swiiSHtion. The meeting at the Methodist church up from there yesinherits his father's talent for lluaucier Mershmi, whoiainie is progressing favorably. Itevs. Helm and And all shall share aliko- - the rich, tfie poor, thegieat, the strong, tlio week, the wi-- o nnd foolish. Money will tell. I am de- s and hm IwuiuhI evury d tall of hi- terday, says that Major Harney mi tei mined to took Miss Wood, a sister of Float Arnold have been doing the preaching ll inking huilues'i from him. U'n at. while all the good singers in town assist sure hu will nmk" a siiiwm of the Insti- Kigali's wife, who had just returned TZES-Ak-HDIOwA-SX- 3: from the lunatic asylum, into a vacant the choir. E: k. 0-003tution and in a short lime beenm" Fid. Mark Collis took clinrgu of the Some railroad Immiih a in room and outraged her. highly thought of in his naw Muny frfitds regict to h.ivi men heard her cries and released her Broadway Christian church, Lexington, If cloe attention to business, fair dealing and low price- - will do it. so come to the More next to Farris and Hardin's, in' tho limold ColTcv Hotel and see me. Higgins as pastor, iaat Sunday. He is at present Mr.siid Mis. ()Aily leinnve froiiiHiiioni; from the coils of the reptile. us, but all jiin in the wfdi that tiny wib was arrested And oidered to jail, hut had professor of English literature in Kentiud a plea nut homo in the Sunnv lo be run oil' lo Danville to prevent his tucky Vniversitv, but he will resign this beiuir lynched. The excitement is in at the clof-- of the school year. CITY Ml) VICINITY. tense. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. . m IUSINESS. Hid line of sample hIioch just received. Call and Kct tlio best bargain iyou ever ' secured. It. V. Jones, Sr. DEATH7S DOINGS." The wife of Dr. T. A. Hrackcn died at Lebanon, Wednesday, of pneumonia, Reduce : Our : Stock Before taking will sell between now and the Oth immense stoch of January, our Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, Boots, Hats, Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Carpels, Cloths, Straw Mailings, Fe-init- io 6, at Prices -- pur-Bi- tt Before. MEEK No auction : oF - Overcoats and Ladies, 'also Blankets and Comforts prices. Our stock contains at your own Samples Eggs and Feathers bought hut only clean, nice the highest market prices at at THE LOUISVILLE -- STORE n Main Street, Stanford. M.JjYES $ GABRIEL, Managers. URBAjYSKY, Proprietor. Jt.i-k- COME The New Cash Store - r Cash Always Told NOTIONS, M h ys DRY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS, and 1 hr to-d- I WILL POSITIVELY KEEP NO BOOKS, -- Hig-giu- BTJ jJD UP D -- Yin it hccouiii if due. A. A. Warren. Please call nnd po- m Wantkii.- - Kggf, linitur anil Irish ttttoes. MeKiimey P.nm. 1ost, pendant bom Find i will ree. ive a Jt with K ibert Vvut I. watch charm. tenant b leaving v. Wiikn jou winil fresh ojsters served in any stylo go to K .immers. lie uxpert cook and can please the most fa.it id ions. nm-a- n come and gong and your account has not been paid. You will read this each week until you settle. W. kille.l.'" It. McKobetls. MATRIMONIALMATTERS. Somk few of our customers have fai'.sd -- John Pence anil Miss Julia Ann to settle their accoiintH to Jan. 1st, -, married yesterday. Both par-ti- e and to such we would say we need the live in thciFast Fml. money. Sine A Menefee. Mr. C. T. Johnson, of Columbia, S. electand Miss Lizzie Heazley, the youngC, Tin: old board of directors were ed by the stockholders of the Farmers est daughter of Col. and Mrs. J. M. I!iw. Hank Si Trust Co. Their names appear ley, wire mairied at 10 a. n , Tuesday, in the advertisement of the bank in this Bev. Hen Helm otliciating. The attendants were Mr.lFinbryJ Heazley and Miss issue. Dudderar, S. G. Burton, of a Hy mutual consent the llrm of W. It. Louaua Tenn., and MihS Mattie Heazley. Carson A Son is dissolved. W. U. CarAfter the ceremony an elegant lunch, son will pay all the liabilities of the linn prepared in Mrs. Heazley 's best style, and collect all accounts. W. 11. Carson, was heartily enjoyed, ami then tho par?. C. Carson. ; ty with their attendants drove to StanMit Kmiiiiv, who has just completed n ford, and took the train for Junction Citerm in the pen for robbing ty, from whence by the Cincinnati It. .limner's cash drawer, is back with Southern Mr. and Mrs. Johnson took hit colored friends and iB regarded quito tour of the South. Tho bride is a very a hero in their midst. pretty and excellent young lady and .will won her, and A.notiikk cold wave, which sent bet maku the man who has who is said to bo a nice gentleman, a mercury down to l'J and another snow, loviugjhclpineet. which was sutllcientto make good sleigh- truu and The Glasgow Times tells of the marand tho day before. ing, came yesterday riage of ltov. W. F- - KIHe, the new pasWarmer, fair is the prediction now. tor of the Stanford Christian church, to "Mr. Thosk indebted to mo will confer a Miss Kate Dickinson and adds: great favor hy calling and settling with- Kllis, until his acceptance of a call from out having to bo dunned. I need tho the Stanford church, has been the be money to carry on my business and must loved pastor of toe unrisiian ciiure.li in have it by Jan. 1, or sooner, n. u. Itu tliiB place. He is a young minister, unipiey- versally esteemed nnd has won a host of parsonage is about com- friends hy his gentlemanly, christian deTins Baptist plete, though tho contractors, Jones & portment. His bride is the daughter of Blankenship, have only been at work on tho late and always lamented, Mr. Mike several seasons it til daB. It is excellently arranged Dickinson, nnd has for in Glasgow soof ita size in been a prominent tiguro and the handsomest house ciety, where her graces of mind and per- town. Jan. 1st has Tnu fellow at Yorktown, I)., who held a cannon lire cracker in his hand while i' exploded and blow him to pieces, rather than have it said that ho was a coward and afraid to do it, put his bra-wto a miulily poor use. As Col. Hill Foster, of this place, remarked on an oc- cision after hurriedly leaving tho scene in which he would probably have bitthe duM: '1 tell you, gentlemen, bravery is all well enough, but I would rather bo alive to day and be called a coward, than lo have it remarked over my corpse, 'Hill Alitor wasn't afraid of any thini!, poor fellow, it is a pity he was ry A colored man named Martin, from Jellico, a miner, died at Mis. Fvo Heal-ly'colored boarding house Sunday of s 48s OT3L0AM Stationary, Semi-Portable BiM'trXim AND K'i. Frank Blankenship, John lledrick, Will HlAukeuship ami tho writer killed live wild turkeys on Sinking, about miles from bunion, last Monday. The STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. sizes up to Unequaled in Safety, Wine '- 1 1 two-year- s' first named killed two and the others one each, anil they were line and fat. At an examination of school teachers hold by the county superintendent last Srttutd.iy four got first class, nine seccerlitlcites ond class, eight third-clasand three failures. The board of examiners were B. F. Johnson, W. II, Cook ami W. D. Weaver, county superintendent. Jim Hutuer, a colored man living near here, an old citizen, who has seryed nsgaiilener, cook, or in some other capacity in nearly every family in town, lied Mondav niulit with the grip. Jim was honest and liked by everybody, and tho citizens donated a handsome collin for his interment. J F. K. Wilson, who has been confined with typhoid fever at hi- - father's home in Williamstown for some months, returned Monday sound and hearty, looking better than ever. Ono of our most prominent citizens left Monday night for Plainfleld, I ml., to bo treated with Dr. Keeley's celebrated gold cure. Grand-tiKaufer came in from his holi day trip to hiH family in Louisville Tues-daAlex W. Muggins, of tho Fcho force, is down in bed with the grip. .Mr. Muggins was married only last week. W. II. Hayward, our accommodating depot agent, is attending LT. S. court at Frankfort this week and genial Alex Francis is holding down tho place. s n power. Simplicity, Strength and Durability. 26-horse and Portable. All 5 'Q?r V il for Free Illustrated I'amplet .intl your ant to THE JAMES LEFFEL & CO., NF.W YOHKCITV Sl'RINOKll'.I.I). OHIO r?.- - many of our people. Old man Jer.y Dawson has been confined to i.is bed for s vera! days. Dr. Cicero FuJ.anksJuiB not relumed to the city yet to tinisn ins medical course on account of some hand. He will return as he can safely leave them. Old as soon man L. Hutchings, aged about 70 died at hi home at Hedueville on the oth. He leaves an aged companion and four children to mourn his loss. He was a con-- i sistent member of tlio Baptist church as wellai the best citieu of hia communi- TJ . f - TD H v'r j I J OKAl-F.- L( ' IN rH 'TsJTT j j j J j J j 4 'i WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONE. Ir All work warranted. 1 Fine Watches a Specialty. will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. v. HUBBLE. J. W. UriL'lit and wifearo in Louis villethis week. neiehborhood, had his horso to and running some distance threw scare him out of the buggy but did not injure him much. Tho horso ran through tho Clark's river bridge and against tlio rock fence, injuring him bo badly ho had to be killed. ' The grip ib getting in ita work on Dr. Dunlap, of Danville, while on his way to see a patient in the Hedge-vil- la morning at o'clock Squire It. F. Fugleman, one of our best citizens, was called to answer the summons of death, and which he was as ready and willing to do as any one who lias been called on before. He. leaves his wife the lovely daughter of James A. Harris, nnd three beautiful little girls to mourn his departure, as well as ka host of friends to join them in sorrow over the sad loss to them and to the comniu- nitv There never was a time when he was not a good christian. He was the only man ever knew who had no enemies at all. I never heard, in five years iicouaintance witli him, any ono speak evil of him. I ws associated for two ,.rU i ilw. L'oods tratlic with him and never saw him do a wrong during that time. He has been carrying a life policy for about six years of J'J.OOO, which he leaves to his wife and children. He leaves S. T. Harris, a good man, to wind up his business. Revs. Allen, o Danville, and Arnold, of Stanford, preached his funeral sermon at his house Wednesday at 11 o'clock. We extend sympathy to his family and friends. J. A. Hammonds. 1 ' W.E.MOBERTS, BkjTKOj ( Druggist and Jeweler, Has a Complete Stock of : DRUGS, BOOKS, WALL PAPER, : PAINTS, va Jewelry & Silverware. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired Promptly and in first-clas- .. V' '.to s style. Old gold and,1 ,. "ENGRAVING on all goods sold, free of charge. silver taken in exchange. u,is:.J&.,jdk ,vj h AN INTRODUCTION outs alternately bite 01T tho same slice of pie. Tolhcthroujh car service ol the Wisconsin Cen- la a Candidate lor Sheriff of Lincoln county, subthereby warn every person from hunting on or Miss Mary Kny it with Miss Black Railroad Isunnec tral Lintsand Northern We aro indebted to tho French for essarv Its advantages Pacificconveniences have ject to the action ol the Democratic psrty. Ping through my farm or the farm Kenrally Kvory TuoBdny and Fr day Given?. Mayor J. P. Goodo is nn inva-liand Publlehod known as the McLarty farm now Ulonittni I.) me discovery of a cheap and simple plan by hecii fuLy established. It Is the only route to the Every persoupai.irK through said Urms without AT over which both l'ullmau Veatibulect nt present. permission will be prosecuted. which Irish poUtoas can bo preserved I'aclfic Coast Pullman Tourist Cars ale opera and Maids" of Hustonville D. M. CREIHIITON, The "Old 9im ni ram witnoui PKIt YBAR.IN AD'AJICM indefinitely for culinary uses. Soaked ted rrom Chicago via Chicago every day change. Is as for wish it announced that they will enter-tai- n 10 hours in a two per cent, solution of Throughl'h train leasesvia this ronto pisses at 1045 to a candidate of the dtmoerscy Sheriff. Subject IClcctlon Nov. the action so paid $).60 :ll Kt charged. traveler p m VWhen not through at Miw Minnie Dinwiddle's Friday commercial sulphuric acid and water the most plcturesiiue, Interesting and prospeious tSyl. Stockholder' Mooting. belt of country In the Western Worhl. There is 1 evening next. K. o. LOCAL TIME CARD. contrasts that arm or 140 Desirable that is tho proportion of one gallon of scenery with most striking me pine loresi range icsel rrUlV George Miller Givens shipped to At- acid to ."0 of water and thoroughly Iroin the roiling prairie aim wildest r.Acies on Crab Orchard A of Hustonville wilt tx Train naves Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning mountains in pike. nnlelilliiNStanford. W It Miller. Ira) Hankmeeting of the storkholders ol the National to the wildest passes of the from held at their handing lanta, last week, for John Goode, a car dried before storing, tho get m is killed the world. hpuro in Hustonville un the second 'luetdayln jlwp, m it I here series of the noblcit cities, towns and January, iPv, for the purpose of electing nine load of the fini'st cotton mules that ovs of variety L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. without damage to the potato aud tubers orillagtstiny every upward and slr, frcm the hamlet Directors to sersethe enung srar. ; the r htt mines in the f.rm, the er left this market. 81 td J W HOC KIR, Cashier eo treated and preserved nro as appetiz- world, the greenest snd most lasting pasturage, Kail train going North la 19 pra Mr. Tone Hunn is on a trip to the wildest scenery on the Contimnt, canana as Dealer In South 134pm ing in'July as when dug in the fall. The weird as a nightmare; hills, snows and peaks Express train .. South " 13am Dunnville, looking to the interests of a , .. Stockholders' Mootincj. forth solution is not strong enough to damage startling in the magnificence ot their beauty and n Foreign and Domestic Fruits, J.tS'ra Local Freight North .650 am lotot itixas ponies. Mr. isen Allen is wooden vessels and can be used repeat- perfection of comfort in tr.iselmg that has ncer Keen surpassed South. .....s tap to reported some better. Confectioneries, A Central Lines for The latter trains also carry passengers. A meeting of the itoikhcldeis of the First Na edly. This will prove a great boom to St Fast train ia the Vnconm and Diiluih leavts Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland II. It. Oldson, the popular Rtiperiu-tondeHas with him a hrst class baler ami ran lurnish tlonal Hank willle held at their banking hon.e abov e it calculated on standard time. Solar The farmers who appreciate a supply of edi Chicago at s co p m dally with Pullman in Stanford on the secotul 1 uctday S7 time is about 10 minutes faster Jantiarv of the Paris water works, and Sleepers and the Central's famous dining llread, Cakes and the like on short notice M lor the puiposeofelciliiz eltven Directors hie Irish potatoes in late spring and earuii attached. to setve the euiumc year hit wife, spent New Year's day with ly slimmer and cannot allbrd the exJOHN J. McROIIERIS, Cashier Mrs. O.'s parents here. Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo. r pense of cold storage. O Ihe best saUc in the world for cms, bruises Misses Lucy and Mattie Alcorn re The Cincinnati Knquirer is it great tes, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sotes, tetter, chap- RARI- CHANCF TO SCl RK IIAKC.AINS turned to school at Oxford, Ohio, Thurs- hcnsatioual daily boasting ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup MISS LICCIE BLZAZLEY, a fact often of its tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir- in Owing to the Hoots, that I amHal llttlti oerstnckedI DrvOoodi, tind the like, Mioes, day. Miss BertioEuoch wasButnmoned sigual scoops if it does occasionally try ed. It is guaranteed to give perfect satislactioc, will for the next yt clays otter my entire stock nt sores, money refunded. Pricn 35 cents per Los, Cost for Cash 1 heic goods were bought al very Wednesday to the bedside of her mother Corner Main and Depot Streets, to palm oil a stale reminiscence famil- or sale by A R. Penny, Stanlord, Ky. Kor low prices and sclli ig them at Cost, the public can eczema, and all at Somerset. feel astured of some rare IIAUOAINh I'hlsbi, iar to many of the pioneers as some Stoic in A Louisville photographer, is coloffer ill stand good for 30 das only Now Try This blood Keeps thing fresh; apropos tho gold brick epiline ol It will cost jou nothing and will surely do you Darn Extension, between llowlaiidand Stanford trimuwl iri hand constantly a lecting a nailery of 100 photographs of hat, bsr.nets, Ac Trimming done to or a tough, cold or any trouble with J C. ELMORE sou vim tako you mentioned, which seeral of good if chesthavelungs Dr King's New Discovsode der. Aiienperirncrd corps of Dress Makers are or throat, typical Kentucky women to placo on with me, who will tallsly the public in every our oldest newspaper readers remember ery for Consumption, Coughs anJ Colds is guar7iyr exhibition at the Columbian Exposition well. anteed to gne rebel or money will b paid back Its partiality for the salicious is hullercrs from La Grippe found it just the thing and a West Hntl matron is one of the pronounced and under its usu had speedy and perfect recovand the air of good faith ers Try a sample lottfe at our expense and It will few already selected. Lot on Main Street in Stanford MRS. with which it reports such startling items learn for ) outsell just how good a thing it ts 'In HETUEEtS Geo'-g0. Shivers, a veteran pilgrim as a Penusylvanian puking a handful) of al bottles free at A R Penny's drug stote. Large relieve and cure acres, Containing t sie $n cents and Ji. PURCHABINO AOENT, long with Win. Glenn & Sons, of Cindyspepsia, nervous wriitgling lizz.uilt", which he is presumed etmseasy. Tit WALTON, Manlord. Spoclmon Cftsos cinnati, and a favorite wherever known, Chicago, : : : : .Illinois. to have ingested in their embryonic s II Clifford, New Caisell, Wis wastroubled debility, and has abandoned the road and is general with neuralgia and rheumatism, his stoni ich wit 57 Plymouth I1ic or jt . Weutwoith Ave state with the water of sluguish road disordered, his liver was affected to an alarming CAMNITZ, manager of n B. it I., association he ortired feeling;. side sprincs, and tho accuracy with degree, appetite fell away aud he was terribly reCommission per ent Remit by e ganized at Paducah. It is n big sucMesh and strength. Ihree bottles of Order, Postal Note New Vork Kxchanga or by which it locates and identifies ghosts duced in Unlets cured him Lleitric cess. r.tprcss OnrortumtiEs lor m .It i had a runKdward Shepherd, llurrishurg. 0! good, unsiirpsisrd t,j jm The list of forlorn men advertised naturally leads us to watch its columns ning vire on his leg ot eight sears standing I'std will cure you. Hustonville, Ky. for an early announcement of the name, three txtttes of Electru Hitters and secn loses in Tuesday's issue from Stanford, can ot llucklen's Arnica Sahe and his leg is sound ( well rest assuted that tho VentKnd can sup- age, color and previous condition of the and large John Speaker. Catiwba. Ohio, hail A Kif ill line f C nthanda.kets fi alnass on om on his leg, doctors said he fever fisc C. MORGAN, D. D. S. ply the deficiency as far as wives aro man iu the moon and that telepathic was incurable sores Wttle Electric R. One ters and Arnica Having p re ha if d the interest of ray forme' concerned, both in quantity and quali- communication between the earth and ono b's llucklen's Penny's Sahe cured hi hi entire Ij Sold at A. R. drugstore. partner, Mr. W, R DENTIST. liberal VEX DOME HOTEL shaieof the patronsce McPhersnn, atk aRowland ty e'en though it be an old maid. Watch its remotest fellow planet has been sucor the people of anil vicinity. w,ll continue ,( Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, cessfully established. Miles' Norvo and Llvera Pill (.,,, business WAI.IACF !'rr srhich the firm of Hilton A Mcpherson started out upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless for further annorncements. Acton! One of the most gratifying features stomach a new principle -- regulating the Aliver, to dn. atd think lan es.ily prove why it will extracting Two or three of tho boys received new and towels through the nerses to R. CAMNITZ, MaMK'r. instanre ImW boththete customer and mysctr j'or m STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Dr euro biliousdiscovery such showers of cards to the "Leap of a delightful trip through Southwest- ness ImJ taste, Miles' Pills speedily constipation. pncrs, jo twinds granula al totpid liter, piles, ted sugar for li. Arbutkle a 'coflee Lit. Kj J cents let Uneipualrd for Yeai" that they employed amanuenses ern Kentucky was the discovery at mildet. snret men, omen, chtldien Samples txwint at.d all olber itotids hi prniornnn C. Alsu j; cent. nearly every point that she is iu vim, at A. R I'eun) s Fifty m r alt iiaiiJ at all times liirtitur and thinglcs for Thotcuehly refilled and refurnished and full deto assist in getting up their regretful llt iirermed to attend i the wants of bo itiblir J H llll IONenterprise right up with the PHYSICIAN AND , SURGEON, clinations in time that some anxious .niish and i nne lAMri.h kuum SI ' yr Rowland K. STANFORD, KY. wights might come under the string n van of the procession. Paducah, the metropolis of that portion of our State, respectablo second, before a chirographOffice in Odd Fellows' Building, up stairs. POSTED. ' Office hours 7 to 8 a m , to p m , 7 to 8 p m. ic expert dashed a bucket of ice water is a rapidly grovting young city, whose OF STOCK, When JUby wa Rick, wo gie her Castorla. Tim notice forewarns hunter-- , fishien and cars, water works, When alio was a Child, alto cried for Castori.v on the exultant recipients by assurance electric plants, others net ta trespass on eur lutuU vslthout per A Adtwinistraion of be ptnie. Mary that nine tenths were base forgeries. extensive manufactories, magnificent When she became Miss, idio clung to C&storia. missioti, as all sstvh willSigned utel to the IhII vsill M'll at pi Mir am tiuiiMrs l.tr la'eC Gentrr, sve DR. Y. B. est etmluf the law at on hotel soon C. .M.SPOOVAMOOUE llaukihs llramh on Unable t' separate the genunine from business buildings, a $200,000 When the had Chlliren, sho giro tl.eiu Castor! J It IIRUCL ,5 opened underthe maungement of to be the spurious what was to be done? IIIOJ.IA.S C HALL Weclnesciny, STKKLLHAU 20, 1892, Charlie Heed, which insures Office South side Main streot, in office recently The young ladies' quadrennial A. M I'F.LAM) Ihe Mloivmc. properly, tiwn vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. its success, and many other uduiiruble W r.AlNI'S. II. ent of our younger gallants Ihieegi'l wk Mills.. SRoo.1 Milkfow. JAMESf.lVI-Xlive with Umh by ..! buc k., to IkmJ ol feeding Tuesday night was one of the most specialties place her beyond approach 1. S PHILLIPS taille 10 earllet and Calves it Umd ef ro.J st(tk ilaiksuf I'tmnirvy liar, f w barrel. DR. "JOHN M. CRAIG, recherche allairs of hi past do.en years by any rival in the next sevei.il genera-- ' SHELTON HOUSE, oKoiRiNlsett.il, stxisliocksnf Fo.il.r. Hinu traveling sales-and the concurrence of enthusiastic tions. Her numerous er. C.t Rall.r. Dhc Harrow, i K.wd s rtarteWac I Homeopathic Physician, n atMl all other harssiiag men Re rapidly extending their territoIai4.rn.sits usually a D. A TWADDLE. Proprietor. mention of details by the manv lauHd a farm, i swm lbs r well cure'' - KENTUCKY. STANFORD, ries aud the outlook warrants the enthu Heecli, and all llovstkold and Kitchen 1'nrm r interviewed stamps it a Hulkliug; I.otH lure, .Vr. to 3 p. m ; 8 to night, from which - Office Hours. 10 to la a. m.; most notable events siastic predictions of her rosy future. Fcrssts For alt mt ,4 n4 owiW. cash In the corporate limits 0 Kowlansl 9 p. m. HAHll . . tt tlsal ant4H.nl ..i.. il. ..MUI ......,.uin will henceforth be dated. Our girls aro Henderson and Otvensboro are spurred Office on Lancaster street, opposite due idy !,!., Ivarlng iMterr.t "' diyofsale at reasonable rates, f. II I DARST. Rowland. K K. A H not only the prettiest, but the best on ts bu.zinc activity by a generous and Open day and night. Sample rcom and good livery l i.EMRY.Adinis rivalry resulting in a SALE. earth. Outsiders have) slipped in and commendable inanriia tliom Inriritr li'ttors connection GOOD FAU3I u'liipli 111: carried oil' so manv of our girls that nrnnlli -1ULEY locus OROVK" on future maps. Many other capitals! I .!, m lull nrii.itelr mv Farm of Ml Acres there remains aj yery appreciable prerctllat aie astonishing naiJ P. U. UIUEY.'Proprlotop, situated iW miles north of Stanford, K., on the ponderance of bovs at this particular deserve mention, but time and space are ca , Jt Q QJj Will take pleasure in sho mjf to Danville pile any one wislun; to purcnasc. jvpiiiy " juncture and that no young man should wanting. The business men interviewed London, - - -- ' Kentucky. ilKK.HT FOR SALE feel tempted to dispute the truth of that at every point visited were unanimous, sm tetter have to familiar old stanza begiunim; somewhat in their approval of Kentucky's tvnten- - 1 hC tmest Faun and richest ami m Lim .in , prepartd movedescrmy new Hotel andthe public than to acconunodaln ol III '" Hie propril IJ eompiMng 430 acres ot StamorJ. the Land. situa Good Livery attached and every fonvcnietice d lll.ll celebration Co. thus: county seat sired, Ud within 10 miles tuvc me a call. of Lexington's claims to the honor Of of Lincoln Fronted l tin- Shelby City turnpike "There never was a gosling so, etc," FRANK RILEY. and accessible to the Slanfetd and Danville Itirn- - - It OF STANFORD, KY , Indies considerately several young pnority over every claimant on every ,ke. This u one of the best stock Farms in the region ami is in a high stttc of cultl Sl AIRMEN r OF THE Is now fully orgmired and reajy for business with sent cards, called for aud escorted a scoro, as the place ft which it should be vation e Aliundance ol water tar .1. all purpuir r e...i ,is irrilic Jnu .. suuautc mr- iiic iuwui ..t.t. uii it Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. couple ot her friends. A partial list of made. nenp tooacco, corn aim nnw inc lauu it so Co. Building Saving's A:.ociaticn couples was obtaiued: Miss Lucy Givlocated so that it can be divided and two fine - 19,000. Surplus, . Mr William T Price, a justice ol the Peace at (arms made are a large and Ihe improvements ens, James Ueid; Miss Mattie jAlconi, Richland, Nebraska, Has confined to his bed last commodious dwelling a convenient stock barn STAN I OH I), RV SUCCESSOR tolHE LINCOLN NATIONAL. June Hocker; Miss Knuna Hunn, Will winter with a severe attack of lumbago, bet a Ac, the best al fruit of all kinds, etc For infor- thorough application of Chamberlain s Pain Halm matioo, apply to K II. JON Ei, Stanford. HANK OK iiTA.NtUKlJ, oak,.ln K4rm,f Unk Trn.1 Co , will oh Jan. Hocker; Miss Lizzie Bogle, Henry Car- enabled him to f,et up and go to work. Mr Price ' It v RILEV, I'lnevillf. "The remedy can not be recommended to Now closing up) with the sicne asetsand under penter; Miss Lena Yowell, Georgo Brad-l"y- ; saj Let any one troubled wtth rheumatism, highly, ,. the same management, , f.tl mill .ll 1)y proMsionsof its chatter, depositors are a MissKate Drye, James Harper; Miss ...nil.. Jl. Umaklil ...u Issue Another Series of Stock. A ( Lanham w ill be of the same opinion 50c bottles for sale ' John II Cattleman fully protected as aie depositors in National Kate Cooke, Wolford Drye; Mir.s Lena b Dr .M I. Hourne, Druggtit .inU Uptlci.iu, Hanks, us snarenoiucis ucm, n Any one seeking a safe investment wuldd. stock liable to the extent of the amount of their to the Woods, Beecher Adams; Miss Mary Ad- Stanford K uell to inscitigate. m . therein at the par value thereof, in addition Wekl payments as celilv Hat ma.'e in re Ninety nine out of every HX) fuses of men amount invested in such shares. It may act as ams, Doc Drye; Miis Julia Stagg, Leslie than S per cent, siner organiralion executor, administrator, trustee, &C, as fully as oflimilpd means to secuic a hutre. Money t loan MissSallie Goode, Smith Yowell. turbulence and dieonler in Cilaow can individual an on good real estate To those who entrusted their buismess to us Misses Lena Goode and Ivittie Bogle en- be directly or indirectly attributed to s II tIAKN&, It II C. while mnagiug the Lincoln National Hank el KKl lll'I.IIK.S iquor, and yot GI.iskow la .1 prohibition wi-- we hem tender our many thanVs and t;..t,rr,i Other parties tertained delightfully. J IRIHHI.K. .MKNhF. K they will continue to transact their business II IIALGHMAN. SI.V FR AM trust JOS. J place it 1 K PEVTON with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten are promised and indications are that town. Here, as in eyery other tion to same, our tvveni) veirs encm-uc- con-m tho ordinary holiday entertainments has beeu tried, prohibition does not ' banking and as liberal accommodation!, as are JOh E ERAN'CI , Problem prohibit. Times. were only postponed. .Vc'y, II HAUtiHMAN & sistent with sound banking W M. IIRIt, II r Seriously, the solicitude of its patriDtKECTOKS: and John B. Carson, otic 1?) republican correspondents about general manager of the Mououfroiu J J Williams, Mt. Vernon; lS'i J. M Hail, Stanford; the democratic party's interests in the to 1MK), died at Chicago, MANAOKRS, J. S. Owsley, Stanford; approaching presidential canvass and S.J. Emhry.Stauford; lie to Moines, Chamberlain A: their affectionate and unselfish painstak- inform the public Co , Desey are low a, desire of Commerce Building, Louisville. J. K Lynn, Stanford; that tl manufacturers ing to establish buoys along every con- the most successful preparation that has )et been A W. Carpetiter. Millcdgeville; Agents throughout the South Highest cash innrket price paid It vill J. K.llaughman, Hustonville; ceivable reef agaiiibt which the mana- fircduccd for coughs, colds and,n croup. time thin less eliesc a tevcre cold J F. Cash, Stanford ; for anyothr treitirtnt. Ihe article referred to is gers might steer their craft'is patheticalWilliam Gooch, Stanlord, Ky. A Chamberlain's Cough Remedv. It is a medicine TEIBBLE. LOCUl AffOllt. ly refreshing and heralds the rapid ap- that has won fame and popularity on its merits ttT Who has reated Mich a sensation In and around S.H. Shanks, President. always be It one Uuisvillr, Kv , by curing ilUraves that almost J B. Owsley, Cashier proach of that "good time coming" in and only that canremedy that depended upon croupis STANIOHD. KV. bsGled ibc medical Iralcrnitr ol the country will prevent known the W. M. Ilnght, Teller Dr Kea hascharge orthe Klectncal anil SurW hicll the monopolist and tip pauper shalh U must be tried to be appreciated It is putM. in For sale by Dr. gical Department ot tl.e Medical and Surgical , soc and $1 bottles . J. It llauhin.in, General &c, at I oulsville, Kj make an equal divide and the ins and ati itoume, Druggist mid Optician, Stanford, Kj Jicginning with the New Year, it is customary to form new resoluh He M. h ELK1N & will visit Stanford at the My tions and as far as possible profit Semi-Week- ly Interior Jouric HUSTONVILLE. R. R. GENTRY farm: posted. tl first-cla- ss J. N. MENEFEE, 1 ; i-- -r 4 is 1 1. . nt Wstl-bille- d 111 For Soils, Pimple carbuncles, scrofulous diseases, At Cost For Casli. - m-l- d other milliner mid Dress Maker hand-emdc-I'- Ayer's Sarsapar!!!a that FOB, SAIssEI io jJ e FRMK . II. R. Has Cured Others Undertaker&Embalmer Hi c. l'osl-Ofl- i. 111 , liiti-iin- li. 111 fob cash: 11 oiriiir. 1 THE II. sri-ElE- , I Dr. H. Nmuielley, ... I do-- s ' j I - atta-ncc- 1 SALE &C. PENNY, Dentist. Kx-Mny- or V. inu Jan. . ... 1 THE fortn-nate- For Sale !!. I red-lette- 1 ! I Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. Twenty Srtl-cU- ' court-hous- - 39-i- s i iiiii, I FOR 111 I 1 , THE HOUSE. is PKRFDR3IING J ss J, ! j 1 Farmers BanM Trust iltl ... Uliie-tra- lilue-Ura- ss f..- .: 111 kA I ni t imiin ' B-i- d; ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. j Insurance Company. IA I J.IKI 1 r. c u m: vice-preside- BARUEE&CASTLEMAN CASH DR. D. D.REA ft -- Surgeon& Specialist " Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, 00., nook-Keepe- r. I 95-i- yr FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY $200,000 Capital Stock ...- 18,500 Surplus Atirnnnn nf tbe nublic is invited to the fact Stanford, that this is the only National Hank in Itank Ail Under the provisions ol the National the capiul secured not only bj depositors are ...x-- l Imt iiv the stockholders liability for an amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of 4400,000 this institution arc secured by a lund 01 the bank Hve aworn sutennnts ofthecondition of governare made each ye.irtotbc uited Stales ment and its assets arc examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing additional andperfect safety to depositors This institution, nnginall) estnblished as the Deposit Itank of Stanford In iSjis, thin a the N.itmial Itank of Stanford in 1SO5 and First National Hank of Stanlord in iVs, lias had practKally.111 uninterrupted existence of ir j cars It is better supplied now with tiiulities for traiii.actiiig business prompt ly and libirill) than ever before in its Ion,; and honorable ateci Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individu.il. respcLtfully solic-te- d t tiin The Directory of this Hank it composed ; ol T. J. Foster, of Stanford; v Forestus Koid, Liucoln county J. V. Haydeu, Stanford, ; ' S.H. Jliughman, I.incoli;; M.J. Miller, Ml Vernon; S T Harris. Lincoln, J. S Hocker Stanford; (! A. Lackey, Lincoln; T P. Hill, Stanford; ' W G. Welch, Staafotd. V P. Tate, Stanford OFFICERS. Cashier; McKinney, Assistant Cashier J, S. Hocker, President; A. A John J. 'MeRoberts, by experience of the past. The general credit system having been universally condemned by both NOnCEIO'llli: debtor and creditor as a curse to PUBLIC. our country, one of our young gro-- I TRAVELING eery merchants has concluded that it will be wise and profitable to f; I have .sptiicd in onuei imii with mv. Hotel, the I3 Receiving His both himself and his customers to steer clear of this reef that has made shipwreck of so many in A the past and at the same time offer Goods Warranted and a Periect Tit Guaranteed. Give mc call. such inducements to his custom- First-Clas- s IJvcryStnblc, ers that they can not afford to buy And offer the services of it to the public lir.nd frch thtir Groceries elsewhere. For cx- - new ulihlr. in.with blooded b rt- - make n stable nin pare will sell you ample he The Best in ethe Country. u c.ill. Cum 20 lbs. Granulated Sugar fori oo P r.lUl.N, l'roiritio, I oo' AI III Kt M ,iy.i r 23 lbs. best C Sugar STANFORD, KY., 5 lbs. Choice Green Cofiee... I oo CS5 4 lbs. Arbtickle's Coffee 2 gallons best Coal Oil HOUSE, 25 PORTMAN : 3 cans 2 lb. Peaches : : 25 Tomatoes STANFORD, KY., 3 cans 25 Corn 3 cans 25 JOSEPH COFFEV, Pror. Of Staple and Fancy And many other goods in like proportion. A fine stock of Fam- S3 lus Hotel, renovated nd refutm-li tunv ily Groceries and in Fancy Gro- iu IU) charge and I intend to conduct it afc to high reputation, but to tld not ceries, Fruits and Candies a dis- tollsonly iinmtain it" Speciiil aciomiuod-tion- s long Hit o! friends and fine nioiin fur for commercial traveler play that can not be surpassed. theilitploy cf s.impliis. Glassware, Queenswaie and Woodenware. Nice line of Library and Come and see me, opposite Port-maA First-Clas- s Saloon Stand Lamps and also nice Tea Sets, Dinner Sots and Chamber House. UIl.I.lARDana l'OOI. R003IS studied. Sets. We keep the best California Goods in the market. JUhhl'H COIFIv JESSE IJ). WEAKEN. And 5S H.6.RUPLEYJ- - tyr STANFORD. IO At Myers House, Tuesday, Feb. 2. - tnmvMit.k I i Fall and Winter Goods FARRSS & HARDIftS, MYSHS HOUSE, I 1 I Returning everj month iliirinu the sear to re msm ene das Dr Ilea has leu- connected with (lit Urgi-s-t hospitals in the country, and has no superior ilutiioiirg ami treating di.eav-- and ilefoiiiiusin lie will gn e J50 Ur any cuc that he can nut tell the disease mid when located in hvo minutes He nil! return to Stanford ever) month tint year y ti remain uii,- .. l .. ..- .... .. ,.,..., ..Iv,,i ,, ,,,, . ,i.lhti!!....-!.li..i...i....ic.. ourguai iiisej.es, A tttcind Chronic Caturrh, ul tho Y)t, lair, Nine, Ihroit and I.ings, D)spcpna, HngliFs Disrasr Dlabelf, Kidne)f I.iver, HIMddtr.Chionl , I em.ile and esual f)iases Ipilepiy or luv. urcd -- A pu.li.c t.uirnntee. -- YOUNG & MIDDLE AGED MEN Solicrlng fr un SpermaioriliiM and iiiiiM.Uncr as th. riiltnf self alniw y(ih or cmii, m ma tiuer yearH .ud other iae., producing ol ,. lis, blotches, dim the roitaw tut, efle.in a. ot).mrtatiiici d, inp.a. ...iifulMoii of idea., version to aiinvtv, dcfecti.e m.mory and rx. lulesl.au.tiou.vlii. h imht i'i. vi. Inn for busliu or irri.it,-- , are permanent ly ured l.s reiuedie not injurious 111 111 11. Have a Complete Line Groceries, Hardware;, Tinware, 15Ic)ol ami Skin Diseases. 1 2-l- 1 d i -- Syphilis utiii tuniplicntioiit, as sre throat, falling of tin hair, pain m the horn, eruptions, etc , aiii perfectly radic aid without using niercurv or other liiMinous drugs l''tili-H- . t.lei, Stricture asd all Urinary and Kidney I rmi ihs are splily eured by treatment that never fa lad He tliidirlaLt. ia ok iiralJ. 1ii. . ... thotiiand-give- n up to .tie Keinuiiilier ih dale und come early, a. his rooms are always croaded wherever he stops m CONSULTATION FREE. Correspnndenci'soluilcil Add revs n and confidential .Louisville. Ky MIjniCAI. AN!) SCMtUICAI. I.N'SIITUTK, 37-t- I Jii I'SSt i n .A.