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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892011501 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. T a. 1 K' . Semi-WeeklVOL. XIX. MIODLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JANUARY 16.1892. LANCASTER, GARRARD COU NTY. NO. 91 -l-lioBaptistbrotl.rcn have called to Wm HuheH Jihb moved to '"''N the .Singleton property on Lexington the pastorate of tho church Ki-v- . of Tenneseo. 'street. -- L. h. Koyalty has sold out ami will A (iow oxllibitin8 olll. f ,..,,;,,.,, ' Start tO Te.XMrt ill It fiSW ilitys. nhnnoimiiihs itirnlahnd n mi Humour, f.ir Hon Una la bought Mrs. G rider's prop thobovHat tho I.iuo.ister Hotel Mmday m e. i A rv evening. niiiine still maintains its reputa Next Friday will be the hut diy for tion as a gripper, as miite a number of tiling suitH in the Febrmirv term of tho our citizens are complaining of being (Garrard Circuit Court. There has been within its grip. very few new Huits tiled. fc G. was ditch" The concii on the C. bherill Curt ItubiiiHoti, who has been cd on Christmas day. since which time suHcriug for some litno with pneumonia, Conductor W. F. Pierce has been ship' 'is not ho well at this vvritmir. One of pint: passuiigeis in a hot car. ItiB deputies, Mr. .lames BettH. is sick Thomas .Miller, who left no sudden- with the grip. ly on Christmas eve. ami went to Tope-kThe eat of the of Dan- not Kaunas. 1ms leturned, seemingly ville, lnd., rings tho bell wheiishe wants well pleased with the Grabs hopper to enter tho house. So does the man State. who has been out oil a lark, if he ia able Hev. J. J. X. Bowling has been en- toll nd it. In-gaged by the trustees of Janie-Was- h The Blcet Wednesday and Thursdty htituto to cauvass the Nate in me inter- caused a great deal of. damage to the upest of the school, and be has entered fruit trees. Tho pavements were cover- on his duties. ed with a solid sheet of ice and walking BARBOURVILLE, KNOX COUNTY. Tim firm of J. M. Durham A Co. was very dangerous. composed of J. II. .Simpson and .KM. W. Freeman hasbecu with Major The bad weather is delaying th Durham, will be devolved about Feb. 1. work on Thompson buildlmr on the people of ISarbourville since May the Mr. Durham will continue the business Richmond street. Tim iron front, cor-- j last, amonc wlio.n he lias made many Sim peon will at the old stand, while Mr. nice and frames are on the ground and a warm friends, wiio sympathize with him buv u farm and try his hand at raising few days of good weather is all thnt is in the loss of his dear wife. Mrs. Freeman lived hero for five months and "watt pigs, thickens, dncks. Ac. nceueu to complete me woric. ,, : -l- tl.Mmp.vootl.liiR to le -,.- Vailk 0. Carpenter in the Washing- - liked well by all the ladies of the town. I have been unable to learn of nights and listen lo the strains of the ton Post says that SeiiHtor Beck, Henry Middleburg Cornet Hand while practic- Ward Beecher, Chandler, Grcoloy, Fob whether Judjje Tiusley will his judgeship or not, although he ing, under the leadership of Prof. Tom ger, Plumb and Manning died from overHopper. The etlect upon one's nerves work. Most of the politicians of the had given out himself before the first of is something like that produced by tho ptcsentday, however, need not be alarm-c- l the year that ho would resign and let his icftlgiiution takeeflect with the New filing of aencular raw, and the racket at this statement. reminddtisof bellowing bulls, or the Hon. It. P. Jacob, of Danville, was Year. Thursday I had a letter from him uoakmg of so many line this week on legal business Co!. while at Piueville holdinu court which J. K. Faulkner, of Richmond, was Mated thst he had not lullv determined HUSTONVILLE. wlwt he would do. mingling with his friends Minn Annie Disl.man is visiting in The Kentucky (Same and Fisli lub T.tesdav. John and H. lillmrlies, . Misne Mary hhould mwt with heorty enouiagemwnt ultl,mi,Nl the lean ve.ir imrtv at Dmville. Mdi.boio this wn-krestore o Monday evening." Miss Julia Itoid is Cfwiellow and I.illio Clark left Saturday in its commendable ellorts to jn ixjni:loni Misses Maud or l'rotta U) attend school this year, nir Mate sotnelhlngofitspaKt time (Kme:vJgjtj Anderson, who has been MiiwpiaUl Held (or liuiitrs .0,lll?o IU Mamio Currev have re- - MJfcB rt,l ns an almost ' l)H"vit.. Oo visiting Miss Hoboitn Ohlnn, "f l.exing-hsh- . Iteceutlv a carload of luriHH fl anglers. u viit , and Fish (otn- - Nilt, Wowlcoek was in town Mondav to n. returned home Saturday. Mis fnrnish.Ml by the I'. CRAB ORCHARD. der-.omade a number of friend- and wasdutributni betwocu Ktiu e his nuinerous customers. . . i ..... .... .....tt.iit Mr. W. L 1'etturt is now abislant at while enjoying the hospitality Mr. (.iront.of Mss.sachusutts, has "k neiicc ami i.exingioi., Him renn Chinn, whoisouoof Lexington's the depot, while Mr. Nelson has gone to Kxtcnd to the public their hearty thanks for the very liberal patronage which will troduced a bill In the House of Uopro-- , f millions more of varieties for the past year and take a course iu book keeping at Bryant by the) fairest daughters. thrive in our streams, have lteen prom suiitntives to elect was in Lexington Mummy ami it Stratton's, IxnMsville.' for distribution between now and people. Dy all meauB let it pass, and ised Mi68 Maud l'ettus is spending the arlv ellorts of artlllciar thua put n stop to the interminable among oilier distinguished persons l spring '1 In chief-was C. W. Williams, of Independweek in Luicaster, visiting the Misfei propagation of llshei were directed wntHn(. that occuis at the commence met It ence, low a, owner of Allerton.JIn speak- Henry. Mr. Lewis l'ettus who has been term. ly to the introduction ol new vaiieties,. m.nl 0; ,,,. tracks Mr. Williams Visiting his parents, returned to his place Shall be exerted to maintain your confidence. Our motto has been nnd the many plants of the try of anail- WOuld of course interfere to some extent ing of tnadein!;arious interior itlt,e importance that attaches to told me he did not think that tliu .aver- of business, at Pulaski, Teiiu., 'lues-day- . and shall be romous tishis streams proved a tailuie, unetnngly as members of Congress and the manipula-Mic- age horse would make more than a secNotwithstanding the inclement weaweieieputed to return Iiom the fim of tolitirj utiHr.illy, but thnt ought ond better time on kite.shaped tracks . itmk. ue sam uio-- t ther, every train biings in the social ea to their ration groumls at siaien in- ,0 tju (l ,niUU,r 0( public congratulation ll,H" Uiu We will use this space in calling your attention to the many good It would seem to be I11'0!1'" thought kite shaped tracks were drummer, with tiis little giips or his tennis. 'I ho only instance oi succets jnstcmj f Ti.Ti, .v was a plant of shad wo remember the proper thing to do to let the people. fonsulornbly tastertlian ottiers, Uut gave miounouR trunks, until wo have come lo things we have in stock. Kx- he have in the Allegheny or Mouonguhel.i. wllia,tf a,j n,ake Congiesstnen a u inatanre that Nelson, li,m' did" not the conclusion that we now yaids, drum l1 thl' mers who travel, for brick teaTYVc have a few Ladtcs' and Children's Cloaks left, which we fiom penence lias shown the prolit of propa- a((l ,,r(.fllU.mj( ,Ie,.,ie who thev wantin ll,i,,k. i"0"1'1 ",ake ,,s the weight of their trunks. gating valuable.nntiye vaiietiea mid the; t,M. IIWltl.r of hau.lling mid delivering! kilo as the tr.ick that be is used to propose to sell regardless of co.t. .,,. rt.HK.(.tivt) localities. iug, Irom the fact that there was too tend a few items from this place so of only such new varieties 11!lilH jn ,t iN seriouslv nronosed to in- - much straight woik for him, whereas in as to enconriteii ncniilf In luOIt.vo nnr! Now that winter is upon us in earnest, we have prepared for it; our us habitat warrants a succesful transhe Potomac river was VoIve a great country like this in a war an oval track in turning he made a great town has not fallen asleep until next Ith stock of UNDERWEAR is still complete and the best stock of Boots plantation. of July or Christmas. As we tre very deal. Stocked with black 1mm transplanted wtj, afor,.jE j,OWOr, simply for the and Shoes ever shown in Stanford. fashionable people up here, it is needless our Western waters, alter coinple- JMS, of inaj,iK 8 exhibition of our Bachelors' Side or It. The to say we all have la grippe Jand Jure enof the Baltimore A Ohio railroad. or nmj rt.SOurces, it would be well to lotlie Editor Interior Journal joying ourselves with pneumonia, still' abundant sup- - co,,,,!,!,.,. tlio matter in all its bearings, The I'pper Cumbeiland's We have certainly been p.ttie.it under ply of black bass is due to the enterprise M.jon. t.,,.ring into so costly and seri-o- f persecution in our "forlorn condition." joints, croup aud various other pleasant y5umit.taking. Certainly tlie hum- - First yon threw us at marriageble wo- complaints. some of our mountain friends, who 0I1S Mr. K. W. Jones, of I'ineville, has transferred the original blest citizen in the land is entitled to men as so many castaways, saying that sn. Our from the Tnper Kentucky protection, ami should have it regard- we could be had for the askiug. That, been in our midst a few days attending or bachelor perch, isan atiuisitiou less of expense, but the humble citizen, and that alone, oIl'tMidcd, them,; as tho to business, and took nlc.tr of mixed ' Has the largest and from I.nke Krle through Ohio by canal, who is the cause of the trouble, should they were so anxious to marry that such stock home, also a car of hay and corn. of our natives tank it as a pun- - jM1 H,e t0 hIiow that he had been keep-hil- cheap articles would ;bc gladly taken. which he purchased of John Buchanan-- . and none MOST COMPLETE STOCK though an angler derives tess sport n, j,, li(, p)U.t. amj (0tti. nothing Then they come forward aud, instead of Mrs. J. I. McKinney has been visiting from its capture than of nny yarifty wrotII, to jumtfy his punishment. The censuring you, aouse us sounuiy (ami her brother, Col. .Slaughter. ?C We learnor ed from her that, although Iiv ng iu the wbich takes a minnow, l lie .ixeniui kj ri.(,orUM, tvstiinouy of John Talbot, one our deficiencies; that it isdoubt i"-of tlie crew ol the Ualtiinore, on tlie Till ful if we could marry away from Ihomc, South several years, she can never be lUineami risn i.iuu " Col. satisfied outside of Kentucky. to be submitted to. i18, ( l)L.fore til(, American court of e game and lish law, therefore very discouraging; aud all this ever shown in Stanford at prices up and belaud Mr. J. B. Legislature, which it is hop-- m,irj.t j ijoat8wahi Kiggin, one of while we have lud nothing to say until Welch prejeni as low as the lowest. Uilkerson have gone to London on busi til will be unanimously passed and then tl(, kiC(1( Km, MmKtt al)0Ul ;. ,. now, when it seems that all the doors of in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s and skill wet l0Ketm,r Miss Mary sltohinson, who hasj the iudividnal who hasn't time it0 n Haloon called "The human charity are to be closed against uess. her home with her aunt, Mrs. Car-- , made supplies legitimately, )j.iake9Mlu.t. Htl(j wt.rt, re,,,le8tetj who can do anvthing in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to U to captute Ida own us. Inasmuch as we have ouly oll'end-e- d .... ... .. , . . . .!...1.1.. in. .iir..1tua4. nf nninf-- . nett, for a number of years, will visit for, send johc to the cit - leave iiv me proprietor, Kngraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old will linn n prunmuiciw inev went to existing, wo think by merely quietly t . . . .. , , .. , , , one who has. Seines, nets, trapi, uyua-ml- another saloon known as the "True the "Old Maids Kicked" a littletoohigh. awhile in Uentuoky then go to Missouu auu Mivcr liiKen ui iiiciikci. puce. i uur iruuc nuu wuik is bunt and everv conceivable method of Blue." When he came out KicL'in was In their tierce tirade they Imply that to make her home with her enter. Col. goiu A. R. PENNY. bushwhackery have almost e.terinina-- ( threatened by several Chilian sailors iu they could be caught by saying that they I). G. Slaughtered preparing to move his ted j and guarantee satisfaction. , goods into the Buchanan of all our more ,iU,0( WHr uniform. He, Talbot, tried are ted the valuable supplies "not to be caught with Hies." Well, where he will have more room to display t i ..I Uie l; - . ... . stream - ...1 tint nllt riil'tl IIM, t0 8l.ull. .1 n.spnte, nut was spat upon , accmiuie 8iRter8 tt, u, prnv what kilMi , a sup-his cheap foods to the multitudes that klocko(, one of bnilJ8 k by tlB cllUia,m loud for etlectual and immediate V01lU, nliM(i votl visit him daily. speedy restoration maj ioi-- , tie1, ,,own nn(l the1 e ww comillt,m.. presslon that ,!,vonrilomtliliiL. VLATK AUKXAN'UbK'S ItOl'Ul.. low the laudable ellorts of.the aloremen (l(K yi.e presumption is that the visit, mon t0 yotir ,a8Ui if you wUl ouly uive MarioliToTv's levy is just'Mouble to "1 he hhakespeare saloon was to take ,, lhu U, Yo rnu us ..uiu.k nmnbors" ftoned that of Lincoln. AXD ... ...e , cr o tne saioon a Miner, too. Well, are not soum of you just a' Near Cray's Mortimer Ciitliu was Bailey Announces His Candidacy James P. would not have been likely to have or- - little ancient"' But no worse for that, f Day. itally shot by.Johu Grippey. For Circuit Clerk. $2.50 dered them out if they had behaved for there is much good tending in some j ihc inunur Journal ) Dr.Graves has been sentenced to be Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Houslloti.rMiior..r IM...B.. iiiiiuiiinceme a candidate fori themselves; on the ontrary, ho would old books. ItdoesBeein that some of .banned at Denver .within the week beLOUISVILLE, KY. to the olllce of Circuit Court have been glad of an opportunity to you have been htie as long as some of i ginning January III. W. R. LOGAN, subject to the will of the denioc-- pose of his "goods, wares and tnerchan-racus. but you possess thisndvantage of your Joo Henderson, fclhu allceed inur- A. V. Jones, J J. Sullivan. J. L. Marshall, Clerks. at rate. Not content ' brotlii.r mittl he id not made over with' what my par- - di ully appreciating of tlirno nemniH ulin ty has done for me heretofore, I am, - with this, however, they sought thu, eveiy 110w btvlu ami becoming fashion. rom the Ikirhourvilhi jiil, has been re" True Blue, wheie they doubtless pro-conllam ia butter and raptured, Trlu mwnw j assure you, very grateful for the imposed in me and the favors con- cured a bountiful supply of true lt ,IlA,lv other things is verj' deaimblis Imt The Chicago and Alton railroad, dence imu mm never seen tne 0V(1l will he more than liiaiiKiui i. tang.o-ioo- i, Hhould not be preparatory to tho World's l'air itish, ferred. . nn .1 f..u t... itnStirMt (Jl.it.i rt T nil n .it t tt ... .os.w.. ,t,KIU ......;, ......I u.. i.iint..ai,.. pulled too soon-tl- iey are better when will at once begin double tracking its 1 am again ii'Juunaieii .mi mu it ti.erciront, oncouniereu a uatcii oi jiiii- - wo featiertHl. It seems that the Lord line between Clucagojand Bloomington, 1 now hold, but if the party .deems this nomination else tan sailors, wno uau pron.tniy iiuen -- .i..i...i.i..in ..luce to be delivered III. i,a8 ieiml vour prayt-vestigaling the quality of tho All the messengers of the Southern from 1)et.0l'uinK 01Ir wives, for some of where, will uncomplainingly aciiuieseo , , Jamm 1'. oi tne "i rue nine ami iu tins nery ami , uro S0llle tinw mA are in 1110 aoiuii, weie onicren on u decision. in its untamed condition both bides were strut- - not wjvwl vl. for onr advertise-tin- strike, because they claim a man had around with chips on their slioul-- ; The Central Kentucky Medical Ilieilt thllt w. I10 acheuti of ours; we been discharedjfor joining the btother-hoowill meet in Danville on Wed- ders ready and anxious for a light, a ........ tirniins,i Illl(i ndected without a All but :7ofjhe men refused to drink or anything else that was handy. voice in the milter. But as to that, ev go out and their places were, inik-klnesday, Jan. 20, t lO.IIO a.m. etiology And thus began tho tionblethatis to inDiscussion -l- )iditheria,: its for orybody advertises these days, ns your tilled. of Har- - volve us in war. treatment, Dr. Item scarcely booties-tinne- friend, the editor, will tell you-- or gets A passenger train on tlie.Monon was aud CutorU cures Colic, Constipation, that if Commander Schley had left. Tho only difference is the dill'o- r- thrown from the track by broken tail. rodsburg, chairman. "CkitorUU.to well aUptI to chlldrrn that BoiirSliimai.'li, Uiarrha.a. Knielulion, and I I recommend ltaawiperiortoonjrprcscriition exercised reasonable prudence and kept otlt motlc8 of attracting attentiou. Kills Worms, give b1.vi, and promote dl- Section of Materia Med.ca near CrawfordsvilIe.Mnd., killing four H A Archkr, M. V., Vnowntomc" l'luinmer, llarrodsburg, lus :js stilors 011 no.ird o( the Baltimore, II. persons outright, fatally wounding live Old Yk.vh. mut Injurious mettlcatloa. 111 So, Oxford St., BrooUyn, K. Y, while the revolution was in progress, ss .. aud injuring more than 50. Two coach-e- a , 77 Murray Street, N. Y. Tit Ccstacu of olhcers. Annual election there would have been no drinking, no burned. Nearly every member of it is e&tim ited that at least SoO.OOO, as much lighting and no trouble. An ounce of Meet promptly at the hour, government h paper money the City Club Burlesque Co. was hurt. prevention is worth a hundred pounds 000 of the to bo transacted. business is In addition to one or two beiug killed. has been lost or destroyed. y. cure ol STKraulUiLm.Fcc lov-er- fl erty. La a, podt-mast- -- : 1 -- understand Hint CoIb. .loo Wei- II. ...I.... .. ill D,nrlv iib. ublish an agency in Louisville for the sale of musical instruments. They will keep evervthing in that line from n lid- 0, jttn(1 in8trumenH. They to ,... ..,,,.1. i,..,.,.l. ...,..!! ,..,! Hnt.in. liit periormeu anil "its no trouble to bIiovs- - goods." Wo advise the thotts mils of I. .1. readers to ctll and avoid tbu rush. Tho annual election of dirtvtois of the two Lmcaster kink took place Monday, when the following named gen tluiuen were chosen: For the National Dank: Win. It. Kohinson. Alex It. Don ny, K. II. Walker, John Ji Stormes, W. S. Benzley, James Spilman, Joe Weisi-geThomas Dunn, Leauder Davidson. Win. It Cooke and Johnson Price. For the Otiteiis Gunk: J. M. Uigginbothani I.. Y. Leavell, T. M. Arnold, Jos. Simp-wJ. H. Johnson, J. J. Walker, Alex Gibbs, J. Y. Bibinson, John W. )giin, It F. Hudson and H. C. Arnold, Jr. -- We MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ot...... .....I M ,p r, i j 1 .., mm, posi-itivel- y n bull-frog- ' Iar :Jt I I James S. Limine, a vi lower of 4."), and Miss Mary J Crntchilcld, a maiden of It") HiiuiiuerH, weie married yesterday at William Hiatl's. Mrs. Pipes, who was Miss Bottoms, one of tho three young ladies who eloped from C.isey and Hoyle with their and wero married in .leHersoiiville, just before Christmas, is dead from the eirects of a cold cauifht on tho trip. George B.istin, a widower witli four children, and Miss Quintelh Smith, u ' r wsTLsrss. ' "mzjf j w? pretty lassie of IS summer;', drove over irom .lit. n.iiem vicinity ami wens mare ried by Judge Varnon at the Has many imitators, but no equal. Don't be deceived by something yesterday. They were accompanied by said to be as good. 5uy the Oliver and you will have the best. I George Austin ami .Miss Itachel am the only agent here and oxtras bought elsewhere are bogus and will not give satisfaction. Prices reduced on both Plows and Repairs. I he Advocate saj 8 that Bociety in Danville is in quite a flutter over the intelligence that Miss Lottie Iiurhank, of Atlanta, who visited there last Bummer A. C. SINE J. N.MENEFEl and received it great ileal of attention from the young gentlemen, wasa wife at the time and had been Mra. H. G. Bass since the Febmiiry before, when bIio mw married in New' York. There is no tea-- 1 son given for the freak, but numerous and sundry young men are kicking thoniielvt-- for spending bo much money and time on the wife of another Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets man. Owing to the continued sciious and Verandah Work. of Miss Ida Prcwitt at the residence of Mr. W. P. .Tate, the marriage of his lovely and highly cultivated The best selected btock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. daughter, Miss Lucy Grundy Tate o Mr. Charles Hamilton Paine, of Boston, Oflicc - - Ky. which was to have been an elaboiate affair, with the ceremonyat the Christian church and a leception at Mr. and Mrs. -Tale's afterwards, on the evening of Jan. L'Oth, will be a very quiet and informal mottling wedding. A large in i x k i.v- number of invitations hud been fcent oit, but under the circumstances wo are reipiestud to recall them, which we do, regretting greatly the cause which mikes it nefessarv. I The Oliver Chilled Plow fccSSsSS rxr.-n- court-hous- Brad-ahd- J. B. FOSTER. I i ' SINE & MENEFEE, i:sr DOORS s SiSIi dealbbs ESP BLIEBS. W 'v a ill-no- p WOVEN WI21E A2TD SLAT FENCE. Stanford, fl JX and Yard Depot Street, - SEVERANCE & SON. -- &- - n, .. u - Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Carpets, &c. post-maste- 1 1 Promise Best Efforts kite-shape- d h . r'",r Y.i The Best Goods for the Least Money. , . tl, I 1 1 pur-frov.tl-tty- m n ( ; The Old Reliable Jeweler am in the Lead. j I New-ugh- t, A. R. I Penny l, riHidWKSJHrAiE& 11 prCK-laI- Watches and Jewelry V'l in-th- 1 ,at J V1 !"" ... . .. r , ,,,,t. k,-c- store-room- ar , j THE! "''' XA1B e, ul I I THOROUGHLY RENOVATE) IMPROVED. Kates Per dis-6ler- - 1 v. ' Manager. j V reat-onabl- c 1 ' itnr l ! l 1 , -- 4 . j,., J ; 1 r 1 bug-juic- o "" Asso-ciatio- n ,s g WiM;1M Infants and Children. Corn-AST- va d. 1M-H"- od, 11 r. J 'Q . AJf. The hill to provide new Capitol buildings at Frankfort authorizes the expenditure of $1,500,000, which is to bo raised by an additional tax of 10 cents on Stanford, Ky., Jasuaky 15, 1892 fieSlOOto commence next July and continue three years. To enable the cimmittee of nine provided for to carry W. P. WALTON. out the purposes of theact, $100,000 is Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal T. O. Crozicr, of Birdstown, has Tho discovery of some notis have forged by him is the reason. theft and carelessness are said to Mr. ilolmnn blew a ringing demo caused his employer's assignment. is said that the magnates of the cratic blast when he offered Ills resoluIt Standard Oil Company have offered $'!. tion against all kinds of special bountit s 000,000 for the N. X. tt JM. V. railroad, and subsidies. Col. W C. P. Breckinridge has been extending from Huntington, V. Va , to book-keepe- r, T. II. Fleming, Octavo Kosslnier's is short $13,000 and his M'KINNEY BROS.' New stock of goods consists ol i SIX Mn. : PAGES. $2.-000. I B. Kdmiston nnd Lewis Y. appointed on the special Leavell were committee to examine the accounts of the auditor and treasurer. A bill to require railroads to furnish "Jim Crow" cars is before the Legisla cious murder trial knowing no more ture and protests are coming up from about the case than the man in the the negroes all over the State. moon. The consequence is that the The Senate unanimously adopted opposing counsel, who have studied the the resolution to require the attorney merits of their client's defense, are able general to begin proceedings against all to leave the Stnto's attorney away in the the lottery companies in the State. lurch and procure acquittals, where exThe correspondent of the Louisville ecutions ought to follow. If Mr. Neat Times says tuat Speaker Moore is a nice is really a retrencher and a reformer, man and all that, but as a presiding let him let up on the judges'' salaries and he is a d- -n barren failure, or words apply the pruning kuife to the attor- - to that effect neys A bill to reduce tbemileagoof memfrom 13 to X cents has been introOn the motion of some of the enemies bers With his pass taken away and that many of us love him for making duced. liis mileago reduced, a legislator will be among the members of the late con. con. shorn of most of his importance. a committee was nppointed to refused to The House very Public Printer K. Polk Johnson's acconcur in the Senate bill to pay excess-siv- e counts, which they claimed were Castle $10 a day and $200 and unwarranted by law. This commileage for the part he took in opening mittee has been at work for severai man could ride from months at Jo0 a day to find what every- the henate. A hero to California and back and etiil body knew who knows Col. Johnson, of that "there was nothing whatever to in have money left $J00. At the rate the Legislature is getting dicate the slightest disposition on his part to do anything not authorized by down to work, next Christmas will find drawing their jn?r law." Judging other people by them- thb members Btill hem. The trouble eeems to lie in the selves there were several members of well as many the body, which thought itself the ag fact that the Speaker, as of the representatives, are new at the gregation of wisdom, who think every howtogoaboutj man is a thief nnd scoundrel till the re- business and don't know verse ia proven, or no committee to in- it. The law makers forgot how long it vestigate Polk Johnson's accounts would takes a resolution or bill to pass muster ever have drawn uselessly expended under the now constitution, and of a con- money from the State. sequence the resolution to fire a salute Middlesboro that in honor of Jackson's day, Jan. Sth, is It is sent out from get Mr. Arthur, the deposed president of still in the woods. It will propably for a big salute in 1S1KJ. the company that boomed the Magic Ci- through in time The revisory committee presented its ty, is preparing to catch more suckers. report on elections, w hich required M This tium the scene is laid ten mileseast folof Johnson City, Tenn , and the city of type written pnges. The Tuesday magnificent proportions on piper is to lowing the first Monday in November is be called Wnutauga. The capital is to fixed as the geiural election day ami be $12,500,000, divided into shares of f2,"5 numerous fines and penalties are providand the record even of Middlesboro is to ed for any infraction of the law under be eclipsed. A burned child dreads the the section. The Australian eyteni is lire and bit men shun the biter, so we suggested as the best form for the secret opine that the wind will blow a lomr ballot, required under the constitution. time through Mr. Arthur's rtl IJtirii- CONGRESSIONAL. eides before he will be able to land ns The report of the Senate Committee many suckers again as he has in times on Co.iet Defenses, recommends an appast. propriation of $100,000,000, extending The Emperor of Germany is some- over a period of 10 years. what of a prohibitionist himself and his NEWSY NOTES. idea is to deal directly with the drunkard. He has sent to the Keichstag u There are 150 convicts in Kentucky bill "which provides that any person de- of IS years and under. nounced ns u habitual drunkard can he -- Kx Judge G. V. Howk, of the suplaced in prison until physicians pro preme court of Indiana, died at New Al-- b nounce him cured of the liquor habit, my. nnd that in the interim his proporty can An unknown man had his head cut be seized and utilized for his mainte- ofi by tho cars near Flat Lick, Knox nance and thnt of his family." This is county. a pretty good idea. A man doesn't have at Cadi, The $50,000 to drink and make a dog or fiend of him- Trigg county, burned, but the records self and when he does he should be held were saved. responsible. A Khole Island man made a not Gov. McKini.ky, of Ohio, in his inaug Prollt ol --'iw ' b,x mourns oy raising ural address, which was delivered after skunks for market. A disagreement among the directors unusual military and civic displays, de- redistricting of the State for caused a run on the Vanceburg deposit manded the Congressional purposes, but expressed ' bank, which had to close its doorb. A Chinese steamer in the China en the hope that it would be done in such went down with its passengers and crew way that even the demo a crats would be struck with its absolute- of H persons and all were lost. Francis B. Liuville was appointed fairness. As the Enquirer very truly re-- 1 at Maiialine, I'ulaski, and J. this is very humorous. In fact it marks, u- Shepherd, at Oak Hill, Whitley, is enough to mako pensive government ov. Brown has refused to interfere mule laugh. The republicans will take in the C'8(J of Je6He K colored, all they can get and McKinley will help er reuteil'-'- to hang at Padncah Febru- do it. dollarsofthesameainountanddoIi'sthnn n third nfl much work. For instaneV.in n three weeks' term the judge may bo required to hold his court till midnight of the last tlav, while the Commonwealth' attorney's valuable time is not taken up overfl week, often not that long, and this is given grudgi gly. They rarely ever prepare themselves for the caefl nnd frequently no into the most atro- Xkat has olfcred a bill to reduce salaries of tho circuit judm'8 to the The gentleman from Adair is on the wionp track. The circuit judges do not get r cent too much, if they are capable of the duties imposed on them, but if Mr. 'enl would Htrike at the salaries of Commonwealth's attorneys we would second bis motion. Their pay is out of all proportion to that of the circuit judge. They get in a few hundred appropriated out of any money now in the treasury, $30,000 of which shall go to the purchase of additional grounds . if the committee thinks they aro neces-.irvThe committee is authorized to hire a cleik at Sl.'JOO a year and the governor is to call the board together whenever he thinks proper. The great objections to this bill is the considerable increase of taxation and the appointment of a cumbersome committee of nine. There ought to bo enough additional money raised by the increase of taxable property under the constitution the amount necessary with tn nriii-iiout increasing the rate, nnd a committee of three or live would do better work and require a great deal less piy. TH E GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Lexington. Snow was general over the U. S. Tuesday and ice formed in Texas. Up in the Northwest the mercury went out of sight, in some places registering as low as IS below ze:o. It is stated that the death of the Khedive of Kgypt was hastened by mor phine administered by native physicians wlio didn't know how to treat the cane, and they have "mysteriously" disappeared. Kepreentative Clover, of Ivansnp, will introduce a resolution calling on the Ways and Means Cotnniitteu to report the Mills tarill bill to the Hotito with such modifications ns the present condition of the countiy may Mig-ges- st selected to deliver tho dedicatory oration at the inaugural excrtues of the World's Fair, October 13. A vard engine and n stock train on the C. collided at Lexington and L0, 000' damages were done. A number ol of stock were killed. Mr. J. B. Martin is a candidate for cleik of the circuit court of Barren county, a position that he has occupied for nbout !i0 years with great credit. W. M. Hathcock, of Atlanta, (in., has gone to jail for six months rather than pay n fine of $1,000. lie had tie money, but ns he could not make $l,0f() in that length of time he concluded to serve nut hislne in prison. " car-load- Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Wootlcnwarc, Tinware, &c, &C. We intend handling the best quality of goods and propose selling them at a very 4 4 i s Try our special brands of lnrd and roasted coffee. better. Yon can't buy . K. St, W. 1 .WEARER Headquarters For t. lions. 1). olh-ce- r The suit of John H. Thompson for a rebate on account of leakage, etc., was decided against him, the supreme court holding that rebate cannot be allowed on bonded spirits a second time, no matter how great the leakage. The destruction by fire of the abbey, famous for the manufacture of "Benedictine," together with ".'OO.OOO bottles of the precious liquor, is quite a loss to church and priest, hut religion can stand it with Christian resignation. Louisville Times. In a railroad case the supreme court reaffirms the principle thai a witness cannot be required to give testimony criminating himself. This decision is of especial interest to railroads and will prevent obtaining evidence of violations of the interstate comnierc" law by the method usually employed. SheriirC. W. Sparks, of Robertson county, who left home some time ago with some of the county funds, and another man's wife, bus returned and will square up his accounts. Mrs. itnttys, ttie woman who went with him, did not com back, but Mr Bettys might with much propriety. eome luck at Sparks. Conductor Who Ovvnril Hip I.lnr. Among the first railroads built in the United States was u little line about twenty miles in length. In the course of time, says the Atlanta Constitution, a Ills' trunk lino was constructed through the same country. Tho original linn became merely n branch. For many years it was run in a cheap wnv. with one locomotive, one engineer, nnd two or three freight cars.. Finally a new general manager was appointed. Ho had not been in office but a neck when he sent for tho one lono conductor who had held tho position ever since the road was built. "I would like to have your resignation," said the general manager, lien tlio conductor uppeared. "My resignation?" Inquired tho conductor, in astonishment. "Yes, sir, yours." "What for, pray?" "Well, I want to make some change nnd get new blood in the line," was the A Hallway ln co., noil in Karin Thft copiprliiiiR cl lltiir-(i- r ol Stanintd, the county Kithin of Uncoln. Fronted by tho Shelby City to Sunfoicl anu Danville turn and Stock Kaim In thr li one of lh cultl region and i in a high mate vatton Abundance of water lor all for the grmvinc of Soil i fertile and nnd wheat. I ho Und It to hen p located to that it can be dmdr-- and The) improvement! are a and Knrmt made lommodluu dwelling a convenient ttock barn ol fruit of all 1'or lnlnr cK Ac . the Ji JONKS, t0 mation, i. if junrvs, V KU.KY, I'inetilli l llue-Gram Hardware, Lime, S T CS FARM Groceries, Salt. SALE lane finct andrieheti l.itid, tilua. 4joicre Queensware, Cement, tun aiilet cit td turnpike jccrmble the beit Tinware, lhi Brick, of purport it nuUble Pumps Coal. tobacco.com twofinr lare Heating- Stoves at Reduced Prices. lind, lxt II. Stanford. arrb' "LOCUST OKOVK" O FOR - - fc i SALE OF STOCK, &C. At Adminittrator of Mr Mary C Gentry, wr willtpll at public auction at her late retidenre on HaviLm Ifrjuch on Wccliicscluy, (,,! takof OVERCOATS NECKWKAK, COLLARS, Timotny lock I loir. S y, wo barrel of I orn in the ctih, nw thockt of I older, I Hinder, Cast Kcllrr, l)it Harrow, t sood a horteWac-- n ami all other ratmlnc implement uaualir furm, .ooths of well cMrrd found on a firtt-ciltror.H, and all lloutehuld and Kitchen Kurnt-tu- r, c, The following property, lo-Three K"od vaork Mules S Kod Milk Co . no , Kv bo. , 10 hoad o' ftnlmi: i'i Nml Cattle, iu oailini: andCalvei, it htud nf ' Jan. 20, 1892, For nil Hmi of f 10 and undnr. cat h m hand , over that ainoum mitet ith coxi security, due luly i,rl9t bcrinf mterrtt from ilayef uli K K. A I It lir.Nrm. Atlmrt ; Tcrmf Heavy Underwear, Dress Shirts, CUFFS, C.L.OYF.S, FTTBLic SALE OF Stock and Crop, Bank Stock, &c. Adiniintttjtor "f the cttalerT Artli Jn'd, I will till l puHu auction to the ctt ludd.ron A lnh IlFiA MKN'S, C "v ' t ' 11 r Friday, January Vt bit l,cith-I , Bijom & HIGGXJtf S. 22, 1892, c president. ne renlente about one mile tonth rati of Clu.r '1, in I iD'olu County, all I he Crop, A, bclof(iii)- - to the dneatc,) at the lime of hit death etiipt what It exempt front taJc and et apart to the widuw nnd infant child) t wit Two head ot a ear old Steert, ai yearling head of Twilling Mt-cit drr Cov, ion.c oftham priM);ert, one 1 rear old lleifer, I )carlini llvif-r- , 11 yeailtn Heifrrt. i ouni; Stic, it Calve ) llortcw, i hcephrci! to a Rood buck, i Suwi jnd l'ii, i sliojtt, weight over ioo about toultarrclt Corn, 13 ttnikt Hay, moulv tiuinthr, S thare hurincrt Hank A 'I run Co. ol Stanford, one horw Va;i.n, Kovkaway, bptmjc Wn;a, altnott new, IIukkv, i sorghum Mill and Kvan oratcr, lonibmetl Kraper nail Mower, 1 Sully double thovel I'htwt, Hake, 3 turning I'lowt. nlnglf thorel lllacktn ith'a Outfit, Cum Shelter and Cruther, hrt of l'low (ii'jr, hit of ox general manager's reply. )0ket,t Kittlet, 1 t ItuR) liameta, j l.o about Spade, "I won't resign," answered the con- Chaina, I'iKgrr ShuiL'let &c lot of I to3,000 feet ul r U 4 new a l.nnihr. lot of t ductor. Gate .tint of i'ottt heed and bored, one one half "Then I will be compelled to dis- Cider Mill, hrrrel rvnrjbiim J l.addert, a charge you, a step which, for your sake. barrel d" , i'ott Auger. (itint, Salt and l.lme,lot a f Saddlft. Cleck, barrel each I had hoped I would bo saved from lot of hawi, AuK'r, Hoet Ac . w Iter Stand Hog lit x. Grind Stont, a lot of Furniture and ma talcing." ny other arttclei too Piime rout to mention "Young man, you will not discharge j'ornit Itank Mock Cath in hand On all othme. I own a controlling interest in the er property for all um of $10 nnd under, cath in a crtdit id tix hand; over that stock of this railroad and elect the with ut mterett amount- civen; negotiable muntlii will betiotct president and board of directors. I pav.iUe at the National itjfik of l.ancatter, with approved tecurlt), will be icquired ofpurchatcra shall have you fired." removed, bearinit interettat before propcttv The old conductor did renlly own the thx rate ol 6 per it annum after maturit) cent A. C KOIIINSON, ui.tilpal.1. majority of tho stock, and, as he said, Admr Arch Advrtan, deteaied put in his own board of directors and W. M Kir ly, Auctioneer W)1II:N'S AND C3IIIJ)K1:N'S FINE SHOE s. M'HOBERTS ll, -- 1 1 1 l'Io, Lix-ut- 1 1 1 1 Moll, ROBT. FENZELDKMJ'K I.N- - l - 1 1 1 - WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY UFPAIUIXC; NEATLY AMI PUOMPTLY DONE, I'r ItAll tin cctton work warranted. I Fine Watches a Specialty. will take old jold or silver in exchange for floods. 100 pupils n court-hous- e j non-partisa- n - post-unat- un-th- em I i e aty 5. It is charged at Columbus that Bepre-- j Dougherty, of Fayette county, his vote to Sherman for $3,300 and sold the grand jury has been called on to in- vestigate. As tho Commercial tiazetle charged before his last e'ection that Senator Sherman had bought his seat in the Senate at least two out of the five times he has beaten his competitors, it might ' well enough for the U. S. Senate, ' while engaged in the inquiry as to Sena- investigate also' tor Brico's residence, to Mr. Sherman's right to liis seat. Mk. Brkckinhidgk, recognizing what fraud and a hoodwinker the reciproci- ty clause of the McKinley bill is, has asked leave to report a bill repealing the, fa-ad lection and substituting a clause rppinrocitv with all na- : ..orul lirvw. He claims that the section, as it gliiada.MWtoliatoryand Bot true reci- beBMettyaad ibat it discriminate m well m eooatriM. tween doatoff ' Mrs. Fannie Wallace, aged DO, cided at Frankfort by emptying both barrels of a shotgun into her side. No cause is assigned Pueblo, Wayne county, with J. T. Bates postmaster, and Joyce, Casey county, Grant Elliott postmaster, are postoflices.just established. The sailors on board the Miantono-bmail, the most powerful warship iu the American fleet, liaye dubbed the vessel e attendance, and with other rok! private tchixdt, THE BRITISH GRENADIER. At Adminittrator of the ettatc el John W An ymitef our t.htolfa illtiet air etiellent dee d. I will rft theMine time and tdace of drrnn, we nave en sain nun is i,uiiniiia. iryi n.115 In thehijlictl bidder all the Sonifttilnj: About Till 1'huioiu Arm ol above l every df nomitiailon, with a full curpt 01 mini, lert piuerty of the deieated at the tune of tut offiat la talent and are doing a belter bMlnct tlio IJurrn'M Service. Ituy ileum, ointidiiu; of the following, n ant In the reigns of Charles II. and James llorw r ItuKKV ' ' "f Hi'ECy Harnett, Saddle thanna,r la, of tntn in the city. .. vnd llru'l. ilver htol without anin.i in ms.c mi. udnriiig, at thote II., and for many reigns afterward, llKk9, At I erm mWatch, Zinc Irunk atale t etai.gfratHm or day ol nlc Lnmnun nut, and thove wIhi with who know will each infantry regiment consisted of td llAMDM M)KKhOJ.,Adi. r to buy pleataot h niet at lair rirh rt and Irxatc only one battalion of from six to sixM.ple with all llit hett turrotind aotuns: a ciMtl im;v wuuld 4o well to a.l and tee me before pur teen companies, writes (Jen. Wolte-le- y havlls; "lte here 11US5I, iu Harper's Magazine. In peace these companies were often reduced to AGENT, UK IS only fifty men each; but, as a rule, tho REAL are aitomthing intny company was composed of one captain, mi W'i lilerfll popl. two lieutenants, two ensigns, three serKy. geants, three corporals, two or throe Ihave'imte a number of KAKMS (oraaU- ol thc drummers and one hundred privates. vury tct It uoOr.it Laudtlii Lincoln iMility The captain when on duty carried a 'ITiete I'aruu are all wtll uupruved and 3011,500 Atret in tie pike, the lieutenants partisans, the en- tltli lands, niiiiunslocali.y, frcrni nclitictg atnl fer tlieir signs half pikes, and tho sergeants hal- Contnlerins: theit tillty of trail tlir cotivetncucx of turnpUit n& rail berds. In each company of a hundred ruadt that bntix markett tlht to our dour, iliey ounty in Larult men, thirty were armed with pikes ate cli.ajcr 'Ithan tlio trjnelyofa.my othar the conn, Farm in licru it the State feet long, sixty with match- ty over tnlletfr"ni a tlot ot fourteen The muiity it thtcked with turnptket running lock muskets, thirteen with I hire it not a public road en ineverydiricllm and all carried swords besides. Not teriDK the county that It not, Macadaiiiird We have the Knoxvillu ltranch ot the I, Ar N It until 1745 were tho swords taken from K. dividir;tht lounty from Katt to Wi-- ai d the the private infantry soldiers. C b K K from North to .ulh; the K C. K K Iu 1CTS a grenadier company was Iroin thit placo to Cincinnati, crovtine the I f.O to the inarlelfl added to all regiments, each man of at WitiUtevter, kivhik full aciesv have thriv lare the whole world. Ititidct, vve fusil with slings and a I'I ur Millt in the county that give us a market which carried a home, for all bayonet, a grenade pouch, a hatchet nirntofour grain right atrcKiotif and the ilcvtlup ol Kattern und the mountain fastened with a girdle, nnd a cartridge Ml in rveiitucKy lanroiunmiiuouui , let bonlh by railroads hat created inch a demand box. This use of the grenade by tho in- for all kindtof cerealt and nrnvtlider that vvecan . . ' 7 fantry soldier was continued only to . i,i..lv,iil tin anniiflli In, tw.m t rfintll nt Inn 1'hn people are pruvperuut, Keturoitt .tiid tind, tho end of tho seventeenth century. education. 'I here hehevini; in Chrittianity The peculiar dress und special arms, It not a ucizhborhond in and county but liana the church and etc., of these men are thus referred to gcud prov v teat of Stanford, song of perout htlle the countabout a.wo Lincoln ia a Mid it iu the old and inhab.lants city of North and North British Crenadiers:" tin? great thiorway from the "Tho . tali-teltrr-tnn- A DM I N I STIt A 'I OR'S SA l.V f the State, with over v. 11 1 1 1 f,h.... ,.- j Kelurnlng everj month duting the ear to re main one day Or Kea ha bren c ine-- . te I with the l,i(,.t r, H ais 111 the toitntry, and has uier r dianoiirg awl treating diseases and drnimitirtin c win give $vo fir any cate that he tan lnt tell the diteate and when' locatru in ftve minute. lie w ill rrtiirn to unlor,l every montli th,s year ,0 remaiii one Jar II. T. ESTATE Stanford, rioatt all curable Medual and burmcal lirivtt, Acute and Chronic Catarrh, DUea.es the hroat atnl I.iiHgs, I))pepia, Dlabele, Kidneys, Liter, Female and Actual Ditea.cs Kptlvpty or fill . ured-- A Hiti.c Ounranlc- I'EKPOKSIINC ltr.e, Illailildrr.Chionlt. llribt' Ke, ltar, Note, 'I - YOUNG & MIDDLE AGED MEN .Sulicring fn hi Spermatorrhea and ii,ip,aemr as IhripttHtiif If abuse In youth .r in ma Hirer tears and other taet, pr., dining ww ol the follov, ng eflei Is at Mot' tUm lity, iiertniitnrtt, dizziness, nmfultiun het, idea of ...ciiuii u.siitiiij, ueirciive memorv, and whiih until Iheviitiin for btuine's or marriage, are permanently mrj rciuedict net ittjurioii - tutu e. fire-lock- s, lilootl and Skin IMKcascs. (.oiiorrli.ea, (,eet, Stricture and all Urtttary and Kidrt' I rmilihs are tin'tilily currd hv treai-methat ue r failed He undtrtake. no niruraMe ca.e. hut cure thouiatidt given up to the. Kcmciiilrr thi- - date and tome early, as his loom are alw i) a cm ded wherever he ttops ni Kt-a-t l tore ingol the hnlr, pain in the bonei, eruption, etc . are perfectly . radi. atcd without ulng mercury or otlur iniiiriout drug Syphilis and complications a throat, fall, 11 11 1,1 CONSULTATION FREE. Addles MKDICAI. CorretpondpicelKileit AND ,1H 4lh St and confidential trhool-hout- e Sl'UfJICAI. INbTITl'IF, .Louisville, Ky well-know- n The democrats of the New Jersey Legislature are four to one iu favor of Cleveland and by a majority of two Blaine takes the republicans. Sibley's big seed warehouse at Kochester, N. Y., burned, causing a loss of $300,000. Its heavy walls fell ou a Baptist church crushing it in. A nlorbaliin In ilia aiiviiinthlfn) flu. V.E JtOIIIJ IU VUO CllViU(liU parinient, Washington, has been secur- ed by Frederick Douglas for a girl whose father owned him injtlavery days. . Then Ietu crown a bumper Ami drink a health to those Who carry cups antl pouches, Who wear the kopetl clothes; We'll jjivo It from our hearH, my We'll give tt with three cbesrs, Then huzza, biuzo. huzza, huzza, For tho Ilritlili Grenadiers. boy. wuy that an old country squire recently did liis. tie left her tin anmnil income of 1,000. uliieli wits to Ins reduced to 800 in the t of the younjf lady marrying jijjain Arnitlier reduction of was to he mnde on the hirtli of the Unit child of her fcceond rnnrriape, und cvry additional child was to involve tho Ioa of 100 a year. e'-enJt-'- Worar Tlmn IIih (llioit. 'Die ineii whti miiko wills are not (fiTeit to torturing their relict's in tho east South and Irom the Northvvett to Foutheatt, and ttandmc at It doet garing light Into the bc-oof the undeveloped mountain! of Southeattern Kentucky backed up by the whole Illue (ra ri'Rton ol the Stale with railroadt runnlnjr through it to all point of Ihe compatt, make it naturally one of the bett located town In the South for mannfacturet and other enterprlet of magnitude. Water Work are now beinif agitated and right of a n.ile aboue Ihe town about! there could be erected Water Work with tery llltlecostlhat would tupply a city of 150,000 inhabitant with the pureit and belt water in the been newly rebuilt in world Our little city h Ihe lat few years and its butlnes houteaaril re Idencet will compare with larger citieiof greater pretentions, Our merchants and tradesmen are We hate two all prosperous and doing well bank with a capital stock ol $400,000 that are good condition. prosperous and in a tchool.t. We have a Female We have splc-'tiColtege, a large brick building, with over too pu pil in attendance and under the prlncipalahip ol Prof. J M. Hubbard, I in a nourishing condition. We also have a Seminary that It a good school, with Prof. B. t Btakemanat it head. We have one of the bett Public School buildings in ni three-fourtd ' "?'&" 'I'.:::g iMy"' GOOD FARM FOR SALE. I with to sell privately my Farm of 1,1 Acres, situated iS miles north of Stanford, Ky , on Ihe pike Will lake pleasure in showing to any one wishing to purchase Apply In DR. D. D.REA .The ... . 41n ) HKHjHT will visit Stanford. Tueiday, At Myeri Having determined to go Wett. I will oifer lor 1 r 1 1 , consijttng enure of Who ha created such a sensation in and iroumt 6 ac yLivery j.jvj-.goed pair Mules, that almott Louisville. Ky, by curing diH-a., Morses, agon.,of lluggi.t, Wagon l "arne,, , Cart, bprinK s baffled the medical IraternitT ol the country. and Sur- - ?"''.". " Doable Harness, 5 :e a Singre Harness, i Ur KeahaacharceoftheKlectrical anu everyuiing tompiete lor the li.rv i.irtl DDartment of tl.e Medical and hurglcal In- I'.oulsville. Kv Vmet.; auout 150 . irrci of Corri in if, ,Ml. "" 1"--about 30 ton of Hay baled, a few Hog and Cat tie. Alio t Hotel liutldlng asJ a Dwelling HousH es for sale or rent. An going to sell regardless of Apply to W.O. HOLLAND, Feb. 2, cost. im Houm, osemlte, Cwejr County, Ky. 90 11 k e SurgeonSc Specialist "- ul I n-- ?,;!, ?" VJ' v' h - - ) 'I Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal FASHIONS OF TODAY. 15, 1892 fHEf1E ARE TERIALS ,i PLENTY ON THE POWER OF NIAGARA. UP A BORNEO JUVEK Stanford, .Ky., Januauy OF NEW MARKET. MA- THE B.O.WAWON, BUB.Manager SIX : PAGES. Urn llittiirr AVrllrs of tlin !.atrt III A Clonk '1 lint la louriiliiK f.'inttHiir roiillur, lint Nut to Hi" I. Millie o I ho Wrltrr. If'lHTlul CorrtMponileiKr.) ' Nnw Yoiik. Dec. 21. Wlion Solomon declared that thero was nothing now nnilcr tho win, I don't believe lie had any premonition of tho bales on bales of now materials that ate placed on view at tho big importers', for there aru mj ninny' MIKES CHILD BIRTH EASY, now tliiiigit that ono jioor head tain't we Colvltt.La., Dec.2, 1880. My wife used them all in a mouth without aching MOTHER'S FK1END beforo her Uilni ready to hurt. Onegoes fiom ono place conflnomont, and nays alio would not bo to another llinbiig wiinething hitherto undreamed of ir. iiieli. without it for hundreds of dollani. 1 sutw Saturday DOCK MILLS. a line of rich lilac). nilk with a di able hiocade, that is to wiy on receipt of price, flJM per Snt br exrrrt M others " nulled roc. in delicate natural thfito wer llow-- rs Hook " To RCQULATOR CO., lints, brocaded upon another and rather BRAOriELD ATLANTA, wan (Alt HT ltOUOlt larger brocaded pattern, also in Scientific American coloi. which gave Agency for it tho appearance of iH'ing nhadod. Theio nie (liesi " Mothers' Friend" tot-ti- J a. JJJJTTJ23 OAVEAT8. COPYRIGHTS, c juttenwof Ijjoni mono, with b mi-ji- 1 ri'ADE MARKS. 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This applique ix a (iirvM or rmn'oKT. as otteu iloue in cloth as in Mlvet. anil imleiil I think that douu in cloth is mom ilTm:tie, nidly. than tho civet. Tlietv art llot bilks and allot eh oUi and shot Uroembtt. They aro in chango. able tints, which I have always admired, ami I noticed also swnno shot afd oiiio fects in wool and nlk all would wlire tin twttwl tlimul t HghU n the Nimehow hhowwl would strike upon it. huh Tho new hpiuu wtKileiw differ from the old oiMti tmly m that tln-- mu a trille llfCllter in weigit. The cloth for tuilor gowns is literally 'creaui laid," it is w llut, no firm and Miiooth 'lliib comert in all colorn, but t and drab shadra, the fnvoiiteMtre though of ctui Mi there are othcrt. particularly the faded leaf allude Thero i a beay Melton cloth, inteiid-ctor spring clonks and long wntH. which Iiils a close, heavy IkmIv of Nitin el vet deigns Mirfactsl cloth with nu-e- il iiKin it. In mourning outfits thero is a little bat Mr ducoi ous attempt at ornamentation, a dying to brook the monotony of the For llrst linos hcretiiforo Men. mourning the drop veil and st might Hues aro do rigour, hut when the long cilcan lo laid aside a littio gleam of comfort tan W) judicionslv signaled ly fancy tothecrajielwrderiiig. Nocrapo citrvi-but tho Ihiglish is uxor lined as Thoolegant longcajM' worn in the illustration is lined with dead silk, and at tho topof tho collar a curleil lino of ostrich Hues. Tho bon net has also a jet ornament in front hImivo tho f)lds of tho crajio. This dress is not, however, sintablo for a wndow until at least six mouths after her bo ieaemeut, but could 1h worn by a Mstcr or daughter after three mouths. Among the "high no cities" of the is the cloak represented here, and it is called tho Heve, or dream cloak. It seems to mo to piirtaku moroof tho character of a night mare, but as it has taken such a hold iijxm tho fancy of tho "carriage customers." supjioso it is a duty to show it. It was made in tho original ot tmcK lames cloth in a faded brick dust color Tho sleeves ean not lw descrilied, but can bo under stood by a glance rwt n-- kx). y tlliTi-rrn- bin-ni- d s sea-no- il 1 A IHftiMtA ' .a,SM fll l.ti V1 Km . mh-cribe- rs Mib-pcripti- to tho Weekly EiKiiiicr, and having a fringe received from in tho five ItirueM Nov. 1,1)1, to .March HI, '!I2 For same term hu-- winter it wa 20!)!), and the winter before was M().r. Tho jireniiunH are to be pufented to tho-- c wiiosj ,'ii(-- e are correct or Tor full lift mo nearest correct. Weekly Enquirer, now the laijiect 12 page dollar a year jiapi r in the L'nited li-t- hark, fiom wheio a gold passementerie tiiin- ,tKVK H.oh ining similar to thoso on tho fiout at tho joining below the waist. Black fo fur bauds m state lashiou goal oiuid tho shoulder and fall to tho feet. Thegaiment is lined with gold roloicd limited satin. Another of blown elutllla trimmed with cinnamon lionv fur and sold embioidery inado in State-- . the same general stylo is equally strikENQUIRER COMPANY, ing. Tho new bonnet.s ate mostly in tho CINCINNATI, O. Quaker style, with broad ribbon stiings which tio under tho chin in a wide AGENTS WANTED. picked out bow Some, of them have Good Solicitors mnke fnun "rll.00 tofS.OO tho front dented down in Mary btuart a day ilnring Winter Svasin. Duly tlio.--o stjlo. Tho poko is prettier for jouiig willing to work, ladi- t- or pntliini'n, uw faces and tho dented rather uioiu ENQUIRER COMPANY, Cincinnati, 0. apply. for older ones. Any of tho (Junker styles is piotty and geueially liecomiug. Olim: 1Iaui'i:i:. f rf what will be tht number t GUESS . ofpiibt-eriberr- of gilt la'iids. It is cut in a scallop to tho neck in the da (Mips -- Three j cars ago a lesident of Gniss Valley turned loose m that section thieo dots cuu. lirums, o!J orei. tlin ditcaiei, They havo mulconn, bunions jule, fistula, fcratclini. Imltei nngli.sh sparrows h burnt, dew pouonaml bruun Wherever II and tiplied lapidly, and aro nahl to bo death jnJerfiil itifacnon J.een ueil it ba sivf" It remarka- on treo bugs, and havo diivenoll other lU iiropeiuiiy lor removing orene tcslimoiilalt will be Mcurrd and birds that formally ato tlu fruit. Tho ble. Numeiou uill appear in thli tpaco t a laler date, iude Hparrows also eat soino fnut, but prefer nd sold by j. UflnooiN9, Stanford, y. tho bugs. San Francisco Call. BUS' HBAIU1C mi, Frorrrr of Ilia Work of lliirnrlnc llie j World's firutct Wiitcrfull. A CHAPTER FROM THE LIFE OF AN (Spcclnl Corrcionlcncc.1 ENTHUSIASTIC TRAVELER. Nhoaii.v I'vt.t.s, Dec. 21. The public hns heard much of the progress of the t work at Niagara Falls on the canal and ltoilll'll Is It ( llllllll y If You IVtllllll tunnel which nie in pi ogress of building Walk ou Must ; In a llo.it An by tho Niagara Falls 1,'owor company. Cooking, 1'Miluj;, Music Other The canal abovo the falls and tho tunnel Mat tint. which takes oil' the water alter it has Ispvclul Con fKmlouco. performed its service will be finished London, Dpc 12. Borneo is ono of next fall. Aliout these thero weio no particularly new engineering problems thoso places where, as Paddy would .say. tosolvo. Diititwasa serious problem rdl land travel must lie dono by water, how to utilise tho iower 120,000 horso for Stanley himself would find it hard to power developed by these works. It, foico a way through tho bristling lias been reckoned that one horso jiower of impenetrable jungle too tough mass and is, in a can keep two men busy, that pliant to bo cut down and too full of machine shop employing 1,000 men a moihtuio to be burned up which fully IMiwer of Ji(K) lioises will Ihj needed. ele-- 1 bears out the proverb, Therefore it will bo seen that to at- pliant cannot eastern down, nor"An an ant bieak it tempt to uso this gieat power immedi- wriggle thioiigh it." In fact," tho thickately at Niagara would involve tho ets ol Borneo, liko those of South Amor- -' building of one of the cry largest cities t bo ica or Central Africa, con- in the whole of tho United States, Dut cehed by imagining may a forest of intei-- j great cities do not spring up at com- laced telegraph wiies, telieved by an mand, and the projectois of this enter- occasional patch ot fishhooks or of penprise, while iH'ariiin mind tho value knives, and making piovis:ou for tho use of a Thus, when you on a journey gieat deal of this power on the sot, hi'ro you hiie a boatstart instead of a horse havo found that e en then theio would or a carriage, and inquire, not about the lw much uioiu to spate than had been state of the muds, hut aliout the tides used. and currents. Your native "house loat," It was found in endeavoring to soho' with a loot o oi head and windows along tho ptoblem of how lot to utilize this tho sides, a cabin amidships for j oursclf, surplus that while American engineers a small pantiy fnithcr aft, and a few had shown great skill and ingenuity in little rabbit hutches at the .stern for .tho Uso of water power wheio it was your Malay irew and servants, looks generated, thej weio far behind tho Mko a cross between an overgrown gonIIuio'h.1111 engineers in their ability to Jola and Noah's first attempt at an ink transmit such Miwer to a long distance. Dvercrowded lv a faNo alaim of the IhifTalo is tho largest town within ea leluge. The only novel feature is a huge reach of Niagara, being some eightee staring eye painted on each side of the miles awaj. This was wheio the powoi bow, since, as tho Chinese boatbuilder couijHiiry wished first to get, but by any will tell iou, "Boat no lmu eye, no cyi of tho methods used in America the loss Jee go." of ixiw'er was so great that it would not The first twenty miles or so of the pay. vojuge are gloomy and monotonous In this emergency Dr. Coleinnu Sellers, anougli. Tho river seems to m o nbout tho distinguished engineer and scientist bundled mouths, all exactly alike and of I'hilndclphia, was asked to iit Hu i equally overshadowed by tho black all ropo and seo what ho could Irani thero funereal mangroves, which stand so that would enablo the company to do thick along either bank as to give you what it wished, ile found that tho tho feeling of sailing through a monster Swiss weio transmitting water power liairhni.sh with bristles twenty ft et high. very cheaplx and elliciently, and that in The cheerless twilight of the overarchI'nris and Birmingham compressed air! ing tliiiKets, tho black, sullen, slimy was Isdng uwil with great satibfaction. ' waters, the clo-damp, vapor bath Hut eii after ecing all that ho could the sickening order of mud ho did not feel eipt.il to making idims and deuivtng vegetation, tho sudden with which ho was eutnelv satisfied.! suiting up ever and anon through tho Ho, tlicrefoie, nt tho exiieiiseof thocoin-pmi- thick, odv stream of tho horny snout otKHtiitsl an international com- and huge notched tail of a monstrous mission, with Sir William Thompson as crocodile, all combine to make this part ciiMiriiiiiu. On this commission, tiosides of the journey lather depressing. Nor Sir William, were Dr. Ndlers.ieptc-cnt-in- g are matters much improved when ou Aineii( a . Colonel Turrenttini. inaj or pass on to the swampy jungles of the of (ieiiexa. iepreieiitiiigSwit7erlaiid; Al. fenibke "iuimi" palm, which, however Abuichax, of the French institute, and useful in famishing utapfthutch) for inI'rofe-M- ir Unwiu, of Loudon. line huts and hoiwe lioatOiecoiuos rathThis tomiiiisMoii received plans from er a Iwiro when you seo nothing eNo for all thogieatest electncal engineers in twentv or tlnity miles on end. the world and awarded prizes aggreBut by degrees the gloom lessons, the gating jy.'Vmo These plans showed that banks giow "high and dry," tho hideous to take the iiowcr to Utitfalo wiw entiro-l- y cobweb of swamp and thicket gives feasible, and that while the owcr place to tho fn in foicst land.'inil at could lie sold at a great piofit on tho length, sweeping around a sharp curve, spot at ten dollais jkt annum per horso you come all at onco upon a view that lower, it could also lw sold m Buffalo might make any man wish himself a at a priie verv much under tho cost of painter. Avast tower shaped mas-- , of steam generated there in the usual way. sandstone thrusts itself out liko a pier Tho compam will theiefore stiiko at into the bioad. brown stream, crested onco for a contract to light the city of along the summit with noble foiestlices, Buffalo. while tho suuessivo ledges or temieiM No plan to utilize tho whole of tho of its steep, crumbling face are plumed power generated has Leon adopted, but with magnificent palmlike ferns one apart from that Used on Uie sot sprig of which would have covered Gowill be made, so soon as tho liath fiom head to foot. works are finished next October, to transIn the base of this mighty cliff, just mit within a radius of twenty miles of nbovo tho water's edge, v awns a deep the central station at Niagara, two blocks black tunuel-likarch, all around which of jHiwer of o.OOO horse over each, ono lie packets ot into and tobacco, strips of block to lie transmitted by electricity dried fish, deei bonis, "incenso sticks" and one b compies-e- d air. Then tho and tun red and white Hags--. Your remaining 100,000 horso jwwer or so will Malay lioatuieu answer your inquiring be transmitted as theio is a demand for look with an expressive gesture and the it and in the manner which proes to bo single word "liantus" (sphit), these ofto bo the cheapest and best. ferings being in fact a kind of blackJ no. Gn.Mi:it Srr.KD. ' mail paid to tho spirits of tho cave, who might otherwise play unpleasant tricks '1 In- (ioodiilr SUlcrs. on passing travelers. By this time you will have passed four Nr.w VoitK, Dec. 21. "Mrs. nastman or live giotips of lotting, tumbledown still writes for us, as does her sister," hovels, which wero onco thriving nasaid two ot the editors of The Independ- tive hamlets, tor liefoio tho coming of ent jesterd.'y. and somebody said. "Who the English to establish older with a stiong linnd, this whole district was so is Mrs. Eastman';" She is one ot two sisters who a genera- niercilesslv lavaged by pirates that it was tion ago, almost, weio celebrated wero gradually forsaken by its inhabitants, even counted famous as the infant phe- most of whom have never returned. But as j on get Luther away from tho sea nomena of tho Beikshire hills. They Dora and Klaino Goodalo wrote poetry inhabit! d villages begin to multiply, which was good enough to command tho and a very queer sight they nie. All lesjH'ctful attention of critics when they alike aio built in the tegular Malay weio still little children, it is said beforo fashion, every house being a littio box of bamboos roofed in with palm leaf they weio in their teens. Today they aro far apart, though their thatch and raised high above the giouud names will always be closely linked to- on strong piles, which makes all the gether. I'laine, tho jounger sister, ia huts look as if they weie walking altout married ton Sioux Indian and is engaged on stilts. The only access is by a tang-gn(.bamboo ladder), and in the middle in educational missionary work at the famous Pine Hnlgo agency, while Dora of tho floor theio is always a largo Head Goodnle, still a spinster, remains squui o hole, thiough which slops and at homo with her mother, Mrs. D. II. Jt. refuse of every kind aro emptied on to Goodalc, who was also in her day a lit tho giound below, till by degiees their forms underneath the house a peitect eiary woman. Tho liiniringo of Klaino has alieady lake ot miscellaneous filth, of which, as lieoii tho subject of many columns of the Scottish gamekeeper said of his masnewspaper comment. Her present life ter's shooting, "Tho nioie said the les-among the Indijuis has been tho subject the better." Nor is tho cookery of this strange leof seeial letters from her. Something sterner than tho "weaving of rhymes" gion less primitive than itsarclntcctuie. will probably occupy the poetess for tho Half wav up the liver j on aio regaled by a hospitable jienghulu (native chief) i est ot her lite. I lor litei ary work, however, has been tor a coiisideiablo time with a huge "chunk" of queer looking meat mixed with yellow more m pioso than in verse, and has blnish-btowgenerally taken tho form of letters on fat, which tastes a good deal liko rather tho subject to which sho has devoted her gamy ixrk, but finally tin ns out to lw life. Tho Independent is still the pajier ilnuoceios, u kind of beef which (as any to which she writes inostfieqiieiitly.it ono who has been in south Afi ica will being tho one through which sho nnd admit) is not so bad when nothing bether sister first commanded public atten- tor can bo got. A little fnithcr on you tion, but she writes for other papers us fall m with another national dish which is even uioio remaikable. At ono of tho well. f So does Dora. Her hfo has all or riverside villages two men como on noaily all been passed at tho old home- Wild with a lather tough steak smellstead called, Sky Faun, iiiNoithamptou, ing strongly of musk, which theypio-seu- t to you as "eekan War" (big fish). but her name has been fairly established as that of a favoiito writer. Sho is ad- And a eiy big fish it prov es to lie, tor it is nothing else than crocodile, tho vertised as one of the regular contributors to Good Housekeeping, and liko Borneniis having apparently tho satno her sister wiites moiepioso than pootiy. theory of 'retribution as the Jamaica "Aha, niasMi1 land cr.d) eat black Of latojiars neither ouo of tho sisters has attempted anj thing uioro ambitious man. Nebber mind. Black man eat than contiibutious to periodical litera- hel" Crocodile fishing is as favorite u sport ture, nnd it is said that the volumes they llAvnan ia calmMi licliiurr lit published so long pgo woro far from beD. A. C. , and at almost every bend of i no river t ing pecuniarily profitable, Ill-li1x-s- ' ' -' i i e, -- , y, i o - siK.-cI.- Corrfi-poiidcui- u j n yen may see one of tho traps sot by the Dyak for his natural enemy. These are as shnplo a they are effective, consisting merely of two stiong poles, pliant enough to bend without breaking, la i. d fit ml together and set deep in the bank To thoso poles is attached a tout roe and to tho cud of this ropo is fastened a short stick with both ends ahnrpenrd. nnd a dead monkey or something cIm equally palatable fixed upon it by wav of bait. The crocodile, gieedily swallowing the bait, gets Hits sharp ieg stuck crosswise in his thioat.nud is then e.isilv hauled in despite all Ins stiuggles, aftei which his captois enjoy a suinptuoir-fe.is- t upon his flesh uud make shields o. his scaly armor. Among tho minor deli caeies of tho Dyak bill of fair, snake pic. Mewed monkey and eggs kept till they can be scented half a inilo off hold a pioininent place. In tho far interior, however, whei e pigs aie largely eared In triljos of tho forest the you cm at times vaiy tins queer menu with a griskm or a spaio rib, and, in fact, the one thing which still letards tho couvoisinn of thoso savages to the Moslem faith is their reluctance to give-uiwik. In one of the higher reaches of the river you espy a small object floating down tho stieani toward you, which, as you near it. proves to be a pretty little iniiiiatino house of tho native pattern, adorned with a pioluion of tiny colored Hags and fixed ii'iou a bamboo raft as small as itself, tho whole thing being no bigger than a doll's house or a child's "Noah's Ark." Altogether it is n. very chin ining little toy, but if you show an iucliuatiou to seiyo it as it passes, yoiu Malay crew w;ll raise their voices in alarmed and clamorous lenioustinuce. and tho tall, sinewy Sai.iug (native boatswain) will say very gravely, "Orang sakit" (man sick), and will then pioceed to explain that this little bark must have been launched by the friends ot souio Dyak invalid in a village highei up the river, in tho hope that his illness may flo.it away along with it, and if jou meddle with it tho disease will inevitably fasten upon some ono on Wild your Itont. or pei haps upon tho whole ship's comp my at once. Alxnit a mile faither on thero appears suddriilv round a sharp bend a real lan-ti(raft), such as ono sees on tho nvor-o- t Siani maiiyards in length and with a goixl sued hut in the middle ol it coming down tovvaid us as if it were tin mother of the infant raft that wo have just passed in hot pursuit of hor striked baby. The presence of thi stiangi craft is speedily and ominously account ed for by tho sudden shallowing of the river, which is so beset with shoals and rapids just at this point that your whole erewluno to leap out onto tlw bank and tow tho boat by main foico. wading the rough, knee deep and often waist deep masses of black mud lieuenth the lull glare of tho midday sun, while thr considerate samng encourages them with tho comforting assurance that "even if they aro drowned it is onlv nasseeb (fate)." When Mr. Boatswain musters his men after the work is over, you will probably Ihj nof n little amazed at tho peculiar naiye.s to winch they answer. leineniber having a native "boat gang" on tho gold coast in west Africa, the toll call of which ran as follows: "Brass Pan, Poa Soup. Prince of Wales, Red riannel. Duke of Cambridge. Buttle ot Beer, No Sh.rt. Bad Penny, Squint Eye. Son of a Gun. Devil's Father." But this queer muster roll would pass quite unnoticed in tho interior ot Borneo, where one is met at eveiy turn by such name-a- s "Kaloog" (worm), "Ubi" (potato), "Seeput" (sea slug), "Huriman" (tiger). "Ular" (snake). "Rosa" (deei). "Bua-ya- " (crocodile), and "Pisaug" (banana). In spite of their queer names, however, tho Malay boatmen aro tor the most pait mtv patient, good humored fellows, easily enough managed by any one who knows how to deal with them Many of them aio decided 'dudes" in their way. and those who belong to the government steam launches take great pride in their smait dress of white trousers, scarlet cap, girdle of crimson silk and blue fiock, with a bioad white " collar, thrown back ovei thoshouldeis. They uie very fond of music, often timing tho beat of their paddles to some quaint old Malay song, and when they havo biought you to the village whither you aro bound and are off duty for a time, instead of going to sleep, as you would expect, they often sit up half the night singing and telling stories. Many of the songs are improvised on the sjiot, and tho jokes and personal hits which aro fieely bandied about on such occasions are always received with hearty laughter. Ot tho stories, I translate one as a specimen of the rest: "Two men had a dispute about a woman, each dechii ing that sho was his wife. The one was a learned man, the other a peasant why cultivated padi (rice) in the fields. B .ng unable to agree, they went to tho kai (judge) and stated their case It was u dillicult matter, and as it to make it nioie ditUrnlt still the woman did that which is haidest of all tilings for women to do she held lu r tongue and spake not a word. Then said the kazi, 'Leave tho woman lieio and irtuiii tomorrow.' They all salaamed and and on the ntoirow ho gave the woman to tho learned ruin, and sentenced the peasant to lit t n stupes with a rattan. 'This morning, said he, I bade this woman fill my inkstand, and she did so like ouo well Used to tho task, which, had sho been a peasant's wife, sho could never have learned to do.' Then all men wondeiedat the judge's sbiewdness, and the famoof his wisdom spiead far and Davih Kr.it. wide." 1 p For BoiJs, PimpSes carbuncles, scrofulous sores, eczema, and all other blood diseases, It will 1 take Ayer'sSarsaparilla dyspepsia, nervous debility, and that tired feeling. relieve and cure Has Cured Others will cure you. 1 Moandor 1311. V. ltaler, Jr., Vice President National Flreedtri' Association and owner ol Meander by tlelmont, write "Quinn's Ointment I havcusnt with grent success lor nearly twrnty)ear ard contidrr it ha iio"ciial.'' The very best in the country cm orse this preparation Hon A Human Clinmrlcon. , of tho corps do ballet Frnulein B belonging to tho Court opera house, ono morning quite unexpectedly called to seo her colleague, Franlein S , whom she found at her dressing table. What!" said the first named ballerina, "you have already gray hair!" "Yes," Miss S replied, slightly embarrassed, "it turned gray in a 6ingle night in consequence of sudden grief." Next day Miss 13 jujd her friend another visit. Tins time, however, sir had completed her toilet, and thanks to an application of Eau des Fees, her hair was now a beautiful black. "All!" maliciously exclaimed tho visitor, "today your hair has legaiued iu original hue!" "Yes." was the reply, "it has turned black again in a single night in conso.. juetico of a sudden joy." Daheim Kul-eude- t' r. An I'lleclual Ittnicdy. n JS e r iOi'' V k ti?'.&ifrAtAi I j rliA r 1, . r4& t r v i ; i i iKhtiiKIJ' -- r Ti ! ros ?& t 1 T 70 ft LS.if. asj yyS v " wfiiBJa vrfimfm nu Ail IP' Sj i. ar rll !llB mm .i 1 lW-ul- y.jsrittr-'i- u .,. n UK 1 He There is a certain young lady deeply interested in nie. and wliilo 1 like tier, you know, still never could love her. want to put an end to it without breaking the poor girl's heart. Can you suggest any plan? blie Do you call thero often? He? No. indeed. Not any oltener than can possibly help. Sho Call oftener. Troth. 1 Unrxiett'i! "Thero.' pou how much I he said fondly, thought of you I took your pictute with my new instantaneous jamein. Here it is." "Do you think it looks liko me?" she inquired, almost tearfully. "Why or yes. of courso." It must bo my money and not myself that you seek "New York Sun. A Sov ore Operation. Chollie You look very pale today, mo deah boy. Chappie Yu as: 1 took ethaw this ma winng. Chollie Took ethaw! Did yon have tooth drawn? Chappie No; tho doctaw put a powus plaster on nie back. Now Yoik Press. "just to show "Then all is over. I cannot be yours. "man-of-war- A Patent I'x'ilriilion. , Pipkin What! Having your patent leathers sinned, and only bought them ten days agol Wasn't the leather any jood. Potts Leather is nil right, but the patent seems to have expired. Trutli. , Tlio KIrM Man Tor the I'luce. BIro Bcnn wuz born upon a farm. Hut farm ork didn't HRieo With Uijah Bean, au so he wild, "Tbls ain't no place for me." He lived (onti'Ut h'IIc ho lOllld play Ez 'on? ez he could sec, Bui when they brought hhn work, he said, "This ain't no pl.ico fur uie." An so ho It-- thu farm IniUIn r An run away to Ma; "III en al ii I no tntcrs there to dlfj, An work Is kur e," vr he. But thero llit'7 mado tit iu scrub tho deck; TUN u uz too iiiik h: suz he, Ez lie ui'til liMpin ovcrbuaid, "'I hit ain't no pl.ico fer mo." An then lie started out an swum i;ij,-li-l tlirotiRh thu raln fcoa; "lliis fiuls liko woilv," hesoon allowed, "Ihlslllo'l no pl.uo fer Uie." A mcichniit vessel picked Mm up. An in ii lunik in. iiirltsl. Until the dmppeil lilm iUumi upon s The other bido tho world. ne-gi- o: lvnt-rm- aker. The Boston stenouraphois do not like to ieKrt tho sermons ot Bishop Biooks. Ho stinted off a lecent senium at the rattling rate of jao words a minute, and he surjMssed this gait as ho got warmed up with his subji c t. Four of the Monographers who had been rent by diffeient papers toieport the senium woioknockeu out in a few minutes, and tho others had to rest content with taking down such passages as the could catch. A Kiisl sjm An thou tin in plialled Chinamen Set him to ph kin ten; Ho work id for half au hour, un said, "1 Ills ain't no place fer inc. Whj. this U just liko work." hocrled. An aw fill tenor spread Throtuh all his ft tin iv. mi ho fell Liko one vvho'a dropped down dead. lie went into a fev cr, IV 11 to rav Iu liko a Turk, An ho thought thel ho wur runnln All the time llhll) fluiu work. Oik o ho drcniuc d thet lio v uz work'n, An ho leaned un Htronuati fre-e-. run an oliricked, And lef his "Ihls ain't no place fer me." He come hack to America To Until for rot an peace. An nt Inst he col npplnted- With full p.i) on the iiollco. An his tin d soul i win-lieI'v o fon n inv hiee," e'Z ho. "At last J inn a" av from work. f'T me." Thin Is ll. S. W. Fos iu Ynnkce BU4 d. 1 1 '! ' . j 4 t J -- il. -- , ''ffM'l11!" M f "W- - t ""'VP5?f T . SfiBiEpSSI kf r , ' t ' 1 I J ' f tr tlcliU It Wan Miltln in intul. ho tin lii I In- 'lurk-lnl- i . II III?. Constantinople is the pluce par excelBcvuarknblo Display of Animal It was nrettv cold in the forward Intolllgonco. lence for mysterious tragedies, and, Incompartment of one of the Seventh and credible ns It may appear nt the close Ninth street cable cara last evening, nineteenth cenof thin matter-of-fac- t says the Philadelphia Press. The short The Mr of Two I.lttlr fSlrU Snvnl In tury, great men of European reputabenches on each side of the gripm in Altraculoii Milliner by Tlielr Son tion nre put out of the world almost mblo rour.Footoil were empty save for one figure t Lit every day without attracting any unpretty brunette. In a I'rlenil. of a petite and usual attention, snys tho Now York warm gray cape ulster with a big fur Beoordor The !nt victim has been around her musk. In the neighborhood a few miles enst boa All Swib Pnsha. minister of war, who The conductor put his head through of this place, says a Goliad (Tex.) corthe ilny before his death had a long tho door for a moment and came back respondent of the St. Louis with tho sultan, partaking of a Mexican pony is the hero of the chuckling. several cups of coffee at the palace. A "Love's a funny thing," he said, as he hour at this writing The pony, which few hours later he was found a corpse is a very small one, was bought by a got back on the rear platform and rang at his own house S,,mc sav that it farmer, James f.cr.tcr, several years up two fares. "TheroV Jim's wife In wvns a case of suieiik, but the latter Is n ago, and has since then been the con- there with him. Jim's the gripmnn, crime which Is absolutely ivpn'idvc to stant companion of the Lester children. you know. They've been murriod pretevery true heli.-voin the prophet. Jose, rolled over ty near two week, and I'm blamed If They have ridden Sun Other again nay that ho died of heart best half of the him, and pulled his ears and tail, and she luiMi't pnt In the divnae, while the wij.wit.v allege that have always considered hint as one of time riding nund with hiai in the ear. his death no due vitlur to a cup of They couldn't afford to take a trip off, the family When the children went on coffee or n bowstring lie Is but one of any expedition where they didn't care you know, and so they're putting thu a number of prominent statesmen who to ride San Jose generally went along honeymoon in thtn way hare thus conic to an untimely end. To anyhow as naturally ps though he had ' "She's a little brick, thouchl I toll this day no one knows whaMuts bevome on the few occa- you," he went on, at he started thu oar been a pet dog, and of Miutint Pasha, 4t one time prime sions when his llliorty was restricted after a pause to help on boird a stout minister, mid famed throughout and he was tied trp by the head while woman with seven packages; "and as the most enlightened of orienwhen get married, if I ever do, don't the children ucnt visiting, he snug meltal statesmen. The" lnt heard of him 1 gets prottv cold in until the familj' were Want no better. ancholy was thut he had died In oxilo at Mecca. only too glad to turn him loose. One there ulong ia the evening, but, bless An equal mystery surrounds the presday not long since, however, three of you, she don't mind it. This U his last e Isent condition both of the'ix-khed- i the children went on a nutting expo- - trip, and she never fails to take it with Mu mail of ligypt and the they dition, and the two little girls rode. him. Then when he knoekn off rad The death of both has frequently Jose, the while brother walk home together as happy as a pair San boon rumored throughout the citv, walked beside hnn. Arrived at the o' doves." while if they are alive their fate is Lut It waa oulte dark In the gripmnn's point where nuts were most plcnti-- 1 little better, for they nro close prison compartment except for the glimmer ful, San Jose was turned loose to ers in the palaces winch hnvw Ikhh alwander about and graze at his will from the store windows and the electric lot tod to t hem Orave doubts exist as until the time should come for return- lights as the car shot past Ihem. But to whether Munid has ever beui seing home. The children worked stead- it was light enough for them. The riously insr.no. and it is Kipulnrl.v ily for several hours, and then the boy stalwart young gripman would bend ho was mrivly declared de went on to a tree some distance away, down once in awhile to say a word or mented and incapable of governing be- leaving his sisters to rest where they catch a glimpse of her fnee, and she cause the sheik ul Islam, together . ith were. He was fully out of sight, and seemed quite content to sit there and the softas, was convinced that lie wns the little girls were walking about, watch him as he jammed tho grip about to inaugurate all kinds of westsido by side, exploring the ground to sec handle up or pulled down on tho brake. ern tviorma. The present sultan's ten"Yes, sir," said Jim. "we've- boon if any nuts had been left. Suddenly alure of tho thi'inc depends entirely on Maybe most beneath their feet sounded an married two weeks the iik ntul euuditkm of his Hedeoossor. ominous whirr, and there was the coil you think it a funny way to spend the For, if the hie!i til lrlani wuro to deof a huge n.tticsnafce with his honeymoon, and so It is. 15ut It's Mary's t clare Mnrad had recovwicked head reared from the midst doing. I'd saved up enough to take a ered his souse. A Mill iiomid's prestige and drawn slightly back, ready to week or so off, but she wouldn't havo and authority, both spiritual and temstrike. Neither child moved an inch. it- - She says: 'We'll just In' that away poral, would be nt an end. Under tho Each said aflerv. ard t!i;.t she could not for a rainy day. and I'll go mo and ridu circumstances it is acarcely surprising have moved that she felt ns if she on the car with you.' Don't you put that the sultan sloakl look forward were frozen Miff. Hut suddenly, while my nnme in the papers, or maybe I'd with feelings of relief to the eventualthe deadly head went waving back and get the bounce. The company might ity of M urad'a death. forth, there was a quick trample of object, though I don't see why they hoofs, a rush through the bushes, and should, for she pays her fare every time TH JCWS OF TOLEDO. San Jose leaped into the ring. With she gets on." his four little sharp hoofs brought toeverything, particularly into dl'soiuo l)Mt'tiiUMt of Mm 'lYIfci- - rii Vllt Ml MINING PLUMBAGO. gether he shot up into the air, landed In fact, all the currents of nature, Aarlnt ttio OttiMHtliiti. square on the snake's toil, and was off whether they be within the human sysAll aisurjil those ancient ayncgogues Primitive Mi'tliodi I ottmrril by thn Na- tem itself or again before the wicked head could in die earth upon whioh are the uarrow streeti Inhabited by tive or Cryiiiii. strike. Tin Interruption wo uve, are sunj'ct to tins varying Israelite?. n.'Vt a t released from Toleilo. A Colombo gives an interesttho frightened children from the rat- ing descriptionjournal ma'nner in which lunar sway It passes through diurnal Spain, to the Now tor York Observer. of the tler's Iniluenee. and they ran a short tho natives of CVvlon mine for plum- as well as raoutldy cycle of maxima Their history in Ttdcdn haa been a sad distance away and stopped to witness A nnti-- e usually drives a shaft and minima, aud, as all astronomers one. They lived !hMV in groat security tho fight- - The rattler wn.--, wounded, bago. he is no longer able to contend know, there are nn indefinite number and In Lht rilti ,f lh Mririrv but in an instant it resume! its coil and until the flow of water in the mine. lie of still higher lunar eyele! exerting j but when tV lhritla:is" ux.k the city with its offensive attitude, and the children then stops workiug and afterward their peculiar influence hey were ineir ;rvMiauon negan. began to think it was all over with Henco, so long as the moon continues taxed at thirtv piece of silver per head drives galleries, and this ho continues poor San Jose. But nol He came thct leing the wages of tho .traitor, long lamps will burn; to lunate in months, and nt some times again with that sudden spring with all to do asmoment as his arc extinguished to lend and at others to withdraw its .Indus I'arii.t. Thoy only saved their they but the four of tho little hoofs straight upon the by the gases collected in tho gallery ho potence from the solar waves, so long synagogues b.v u curious affirmation. snake's body, and this time the body ceases working in that part and con- will watchers at the bed of sickness They declared that their ancestor lied wai, cut half in two in one place and tinues upward, refilling the shafts he dread the changes of this orb which not consented to the death of Jesiu was wounded in several others. Tho hns dug with the debris from the mine. "rules the night." it is not the return Chrint. When he was brought to the snake writhed and twisted, and in the nfdded In other coses, instead of sinking a of tho day on which a aichuess began council over which Caiaphas midst of its contortions bit itself again crisis bo shaft, a large open cutting is made, in that makes a Mercurythe more name, no ' the votes were taken by tribes whether and again. There was no more light in it the day of or Saturn, has Christ should Ik released or put to it. it tried to crawl away, but San which the vein is followed and galleries potency in medicine, although they death. One tribe voted for his acquittal, afterward Jose leaped upon it and trampled over There is norun as occasion may require. were reputed "gods"' thereof it is tho and from thorn th- - dews of Toledo have system for ventilating the until it .lay quivering upon the mines, it and the result is that after a fact that these days of similar name- ileeenikd. This Jewish claim, witli a still' doubtful ground. San Jose wr.s come at the septiuary periods, or quar- Latin translation of tint Hebrew to.M, blast much time about It, and pawed it over with ono mine is sufdeientby is wnstedof before tho ters of lunations, begin they where is preserved In the archives of the gases foul cleared forefoot, after which he sraelled it over Xey may, and thus mark the eighth or Vatican Hut tlielr memorial did not carefully. Being thoroughly satisiied to allow working to be resumed. The beginning days of new yoriods in the save the Toledan .lews from persecugreat object of thu native proprietor is lives of nil living beings, that It was dead, he shook his head to keep his expenses as low as possible. be they ill or tion. In ISSO their market, which was jauntily, sung u melodious solo, and As to tho timber he is using he knows well. Our years and days are spanned near the cathedral. wa.s suppressed; in went on grazing the Sabbatio law and nothing of its strength, and Is quite un- bywe hhall no more escape if wo violate ' 1454, at the instigation of San Vicente it the ultimate Ferrer and S inta .Maria lllauen, tl:i. able to work out the strain it will consequences A PREHISTORIC CEMETERY. than thu tide can bid de- - j synagogue was takn from them: in stand. He doubtless knows certain fiance to tho sun and moon 1400 the plotting the further The riuci t'minil Wlurn tliu ClUr Dwrll-etimber will resist damp and is stronger linry lliclr and toughr than other woods, but as AN ELECTRIC TOWER CLOCK. oppression and robbery of the dews, story that Juan circulated Two cxploreis recently returned from the wood is generally green and full of a loy of Ounnlla, had Won it! an cos canyon in Colorado and reported sap it cannot resist the ravages of damp Qtirrr Mccti.Tilm of llm I'int Tlmn.l'leea . stolon, and Ills heart preof This Kiml In llm Country. the finding In thnt vicinity of what is as it would do if it were properly seaserved as a chann n'r.iiust the inquisi- evidently n prehistoric cemetery The soned. The first tower clock actuated bv Mancos canyon is noted for the number The result is that the shafts and gal- electricity in the United States has just tion. In I4"severv Jew who would not of cliff dwellings in tho rocks niong that leries are frequently insufficiently tim- been put in successful operation in tho be baptized was put under the bun, and river, and these dwellings have been ex- bered. The windlass used is frequent- new courthouse in this city, says a Los when the inquisition wa- established at plored numerous times and have been ly not strong enough and has no ratchet Angeles letter in the Springlicld Re- - Toledo 17,000 .lews became good Calholi " nt u stroke In UVi every! reproduced in miniature for the Smith- wheel, so that serious accidents may oc- publican. This pioneer sonian institute tit Washington, but cur In raising and lowering miners. that is commonly termed "the big unbnptiil .low vaa compelled by there has never been found a place The rope Is the ordinary coir rope of clock," might ho called in botanical Ferdinand and Isabella to quit Spain, . where the former inhabitants of these the country, the strength of which parlance a composite, for it U in reality and more th.ri ITU.0OJ were cruelly polled, choosing bunuhtnent and tho ' dwellings have buried their dead. While varies very much, according to the four clocks, as each diul In the tower is rather than to become the explorers were climbing about the make and tlie quality of the fiber used. supplied with it own wpnrato appa- loss of all mountains in the vicmty of the dwell Instead of ropes ladders are frequently ratus, operated by wires from the main false to their faith l'erectttioii by the ' government U tailed In Spain, and ings they were stm w i.tth what ap uses by Mie miners, and these are made battery. Jews may worship hen and a they pcarcn u oe an om irau leaning up mo i of tn(J roughest materials and frequent There are also six toon smullur clocks ftiuu oi un Humpi eiiu mis irau nau iv tied with jungle rope or ordinary coir located in various parts of tho magnifi- ch(xne become almost obliterated bv tho wear yarn. There is no regulated distance cent new building, anil those twon-WImtu tlvmry On Dm- - im IIb I'Iiui:. of centuries of storms, but was plain to between the rungs, and the ladder is ty clocks beat time together withcorrespondSpv: tho practiced eye. and they set about placed perpendicularly to the bottom of out ticking, but with instantaneous ent of king of Lubrador, aledger .iys: the Philadelphia tracing it to its termination. the pit, and whonit is remembered how precision. The regulator which does "There is no law or any courts there. The work was exceedingly laborious, highly lubricated the wood must get tho timekeeping is a largo eight-daTrue, it Is (.'nnadiuti territory, and tho but they succeeded in tracing tho path from the hands and feet of the natives clock that differs fron an ordinary reg- -' lighthouses upon the eoant aud through in and out among the. rooky clefts until who have been working plumbago, the ulator only in being providwl with two the straits of l"lle Isle ure under the it took them to a small plateau which great danger they run every time they insulated wires and when its second care of and supplied by the colonial was hidden in the mountains in such a mount and descend can bo well con hand completes Its round it comes In board of Quebec, but th're has never contact with a platinum point, which been any attempt to establish courts, manner that access was impossible ex- ceived. Instantaneous touch makes a mo- - build sehoolhousehor In any way to intercept through the trail traveled over the mentary electric current by means ol fere with the domestic or xlitieal relaMAN A WEATHER SLAVE. , cliffs and rocks. The tombs of the cliff the wires, the Hash coininutiicating dwellers were cut out of the solid rock VulllK Of Changes In tint Weather uiui with all the other clocks, and each tions of the inhabitant. There arc no walls surrounding the platouu and were there Kvery man does as he Their KGVct on Man. obeys the telegraphic mandate by taxes walled up and cemented in such a manpleases, so far as four of the law Is conThen nre u ere at manv neonle who pointing a new minute. ner that at first there wns nothing to say cerned; but notwithstanding this I the weather docs not affect show that the graves were there. By them thatall, but the weather does affect heard of but few bad actions on tho at ((irnioctlrut Girl Farmer. accident n piece of stone became, de- everybody, writes Dr. Kellogg, in the Kight years ago Miss Esther Peck, part of the people. Fish and seal tached from one of the walls and showed St. Louis When tho of Old Lyme, Conn., bought a farm on ' abound there. The Schools of cod aro that it had been cemented An investi- barometer goes up our have seen ononirh codremarkable. go up, on gation showed that the whole cliff was and when tho barometerspirits down our time it. Grassy Mill and began to culti- - fish in ono school to satisfy the stomach goes vate She was up with tho sun, Inwith the tombs and each spirits go down. When the of England and America for a wholo barometer ono contained two or more bodies. An Is high we get more oxygen and tho ingout work for her men and oven tak- year. At Itlanc Snbluns harbor, or ing hold herself She handled the hoe opening was made into several of them vital ilres burn brighter, and when tho what is called the Mersey IJooms,' in rake, drove the and the bodies found to be in thu shape barometer is low the reverse Is true. It and hay toddor.pitchcd moving tunchino straits of Hello Isle, they tell of a haul and hay anil did any of well preserved mummies. It was Is no wonder that a person subjectjto Sho was a sue- - of herring in a mammoth selno from impossible to curry one of these down rheumatism or neuralgia feels these other work necessary which they filled live thousand barrels agriculturist and the trail so the men contented them- changes in the weather with particular cessful four years Then paid for tho of fish, and then hud to cut tho seine, farm in she bought selves with carrying off pieces of tho force. When tho barometer rises tho a second farm - letting out ten times as many fish an cloth which was around the bodies as skin does more work, and when tho ntions, udding and continued her nper- they had barreled." livu stock Now she has an evidence of the truth of their state- barometer falls the skin docs less work. the best stocked farms in New London Opium Dent in liuliu. ments." When the skin does less work tho kid- county and supplies New London with A missionary in Ilungul lias been do neys, liver uud other excretory organs poultry, eggs, butter and beef. Tho Wages or llflIbo. The e two fnrms are paid for and sho has an Ing tho opium dens in the town oi s hotels make have to do the work. . Bellboys at the liauacuh. Most of tho smokers he Dut the changes in the weather are Income of twelve hundred dollars to more money than mechanics, while tho saw belonged to the laboring clusses. earnings of many of thein will far ex- exactly what wo need as stimulants to eighteen dollars a year, which she Is With one accord the smokers told him ceed those of inuny professional men. the system, and thu reason wiry people laying by for old age Miss Annie that the drug dried up their bodies and climates luck in Uradley is another Connecticut girl The pay is small, seldom amounting to who live in tropical quickly under vigor and wilt down who is engaged in an occupation at that their craving for it was such that dolor twenty-fiv- e over twenty dollars Many of the is thut they have none of tho which she is making a good living. She they could not give it up lars a month and board, but the tips which come from ' lives In Ansonia and peddles milk. She dens have a hundred patrons a day. braciug effects are what count. There is ono bell- changes of temperature. smoking in owns her cows, and early every morn- Tho missionary says opium boy, or rather bellman, for ho Is over may be culled a species of ing drives into the village and delivers India is bringing ruin and degradation These thirty years of age. at the Fifth Avenue physical gymnastics, upon innumerable families, and ho achotel. New York, who makes two hun- living a sedentary life it is aexactly like the milk to her customers. No storm cuses the British government of fosterin climate in deters her, and she is not only making dred dollars a month, In addition to ing this demoralizing habit. I which there is nd change. money, but Snjoying splendid health. Ij-- .( Globe-Democra- SAVED BV A PONY. a qj:z tour. t, j 1 1 hee-ha- 1 , ! j INFLUENCE. I'erloitlclty of Tint Orb A Oct now the AITuIm nu Karth. About twelve years ago, says Lieut Totten, In Frank loslie's Weekly my attention was nttracted by a little volume published in Chicago It was from the pen of l)r M C ICnnpp. M I)., and dealt In the discussion of what may now be termed "scientific astrology " Asn physician he was familiar with the periodicity of disease and mental disorders, and, ns a liberally educated man, know of the existence' of similar periods in the realms of other sciences. It was notonly a natural but n legitimate exercise of inductive philosophy for him to compare the wnvea of tnliuriiee that in turn buoy up and then depress the patient on u bed of sicknvs with those thnt murk tlie diy and even with the change of the sun anil moon and planets 'lias he did and drew conclusions which hav not Imoii gainsaid, but which rather have gained constant evidence to prove that ho was wholly right. Bnthc went dVop- -r Into the matter Tho death hour of the human race has long brr-- known to oscillate around the fatal hours of two ami throe a. m Now these an.' the o:u in whioh the magnetic vitality and warmth of earth are at their daily minima It is physical astronoiKuny thnt tells us this, not mathematical, and yet there are mathematical results from which the "wise" may draw corresponding deductions For Instance, ten tons, evenly balanced tit noon, win n the attractions of the sun nctl earth nro in opposite directions, weigh twenty-fou- r pounds onu ounce two drams loss than ul midnight, when attrn-tiothese nre exerted in the same direction, and every "liody" upon earth must experience its proportional variation in weight Agaiu. the moon itself may enter into this question of weight by adding its gravimetric inline r.ce v honever it is "in conjunction" and subtracting it nt the period of "oppo'.t!'i." tho sum of nil which will be still further altered if tho moon be in jierigte, or nt the nearest approach to the earth Now, the mere "phases" of the moon Its "new," lis halves" and "fulls" can "quarters have little ofTect upon the delicately poised balance of life, but tho position of ''.eorb itself ns an agent of gravimetric, atmospheric, tidal, aye and physical ofTc'V this is an element that brings periodicity into po-.od- THE MOON'S CITY OF TKAGEOIES. BIytiirloiii liM'Uipruriiiice of Notcil Ter A Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBAIIO, A. M Sprhitf Session Tiict;cluy, Fullcoipiol Coniv4tnrj nnJ Nomul school lev Atl. hxolkut .io.tr. ut; ilcpirtnunt. CnUMk.M '.at-1111U Prasidarit. J;:am:iry X9U1, Siiprrsi orcuMr .ui.r .11 1892. nj V 1 l.lcrilurr, Muic lnimnts 011 ailK Uhui -- zuzzma fc3. 4 -- K. Cor. I th A: Vino, Cincinnati, O. Type-Writin- i Book-keepin- g, Slierf-Han- d, g, r Telegraphy, Business Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, Penmanship and all Business Branches. Twelve I8G2. liStnbllshod (or lluMm LnrRpntiil llourMiliu; miiiUU-ur- InMnirtnrx. I'n with tho tlimn. I'ltn thoroughly rvnroniiMe. ilonnl can Im timl In the city nt low llKiirvN its promises. Investigation Millcltcil. HcuiI for catalogue, The Mtutlentiore in ilenmml I'ursultn. IIhh the of tho IliiMtu t'onimuiilly. him itre iiiiinf In xrrurini employment. Tho churKOI r Day ami Nlclit Dot C W McGEE, Principal. Lu-rop- c jrq;"7lT7Tl JAY EYE SEE IS ex-milt- m ill 1 1 11 rVF" villi three iinpllcutloim of It Is Mn.. I. I. Camp, (lllrknry drove I 'arm, home " nr tr 111c lis, mij Undue, of icmowil lurice 'ory kuoMii reinmlv, I from a J a car oldlimirh Ully, J of two yejim Mainline, Jny-KyivS- f) -Z Z 5 QUINN'S OINTMENT, j n 1 ns L r U.'ilK ;f.i H Ak Uumnol l,"iil W heartily recuiutiionil it to all Horsum-n- . HVAriie hundred 0 such (tsttTmnutt rricp. SI.SO rrr hoiilr. AikyiiurdrucclMforlt If ho . of. 1 Imvprvi'rux'dorl.riml ' ; - Z wnliiS.r tauintirini r furlrlalfK-xco- - Whitehall, N. V. H' ,:i,,,v m th-.- 'a W WW 0W WHITFC y. .0' ? xV. 'J , r mr .wiw- - t'-- "i i' ra i iav V V CUR U tiS fXV 8!RFflM VIERMOFOGE HtfBB9WU V I ever-varyin- g HAS LED ALL SEVERY WSRM REMEDIES FOR 20 YEARS! GMRANTEE9 CO. 88TTIS SS1B EVERYWHERE. iFaSPAREDDY R!CHiRDSCK-TAYLORMED.waroeaxsaggays3rgs;gaqsu5aifcVX3ccwrj STitWISMO. I'-- .d ! 1 WWJ- - ' " ' " J r afc- :?s ' - 1 1 Is Receiving His 'all and Good-- V a-ra lti-i- j ninl a I'erkct I;it (ii'ir.iMtf'd Winter Goods (Jim r.u call. , . KCJ K8 j ARRIS & HAFtOI STANFORD, KV Of Staple and Fancy- - j j ' Have : a : Complete : Line Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Ouecnswnrc and Woodemvare. Nice line of Library and Stand Lamps and also nice Tea Sets, Dinner Sets and Chamber Sets. We keep the best Calif irnia Goods in the market. ri ("hrl-.t!nn- Di-ail- . 11 Passu-moiit- criu-iiiMl- - time-piec- e, j o.-- r.ii.-iT- - Walton s OperaHouse, WALTON I3KOS., Proprietors, SrJ0-A.2r351O'&,3D, . ; KZ"3T.. Engagements with 1 Large stage, plenty of scenery, seats 500. good attractions solicited. w,iii,i WiKHIiminu.'n ill y U.1WMWI t i ' ' i THE CINCINNATI WEEKLY GAZETTE, $1 a YEAR. One Hundred Years a Family Favorite. columns special occasions columns. It cry week, and on gives the news of the world in the most complete shape; the choicest miscellaneous reading and the beat 'stories and literary matter that brain can produce and that money can buy. I I Globe-Democra- t. 1 TIIK WKIiLY GAZETTE contains honey-combe- d t 56 j .. Subscription Frico $1 a TToar. Postmaster is our Agent. SAMPLE COPIES FREE. The Daily Commercial Gazette is unrivalled as a newspaper and it is growing in popularity every day, which is attested by its rapidly increasing circulation. Address Hum-por- first-clas- dis-eas- es THE COMMERCIAL GAZETTE CO., Cincinnati. No gufdn nor I ttcry tch :n ei connect I with thtf paper. wmen ne geis ins memo . v . j Jm : s '.' . "V -' ; . it iSt- - ' X H V Semi-Week- ly Interior Jouknal 15, Oak-loa- d of fresh Kanawha salt nt Ik Foster's. J. then tho remains were plnred with tlioi-- Btankoiu, Ky., Januart K.o. Walton, MEANS Fok Kknt. 1892 by W. M. lliggins. Mcltobertji, Sr. now occupied Apply to John M. bub. Manager IUSINESS. Iost. A black walking cane with "J. S." engraved on end. Finder will please leave at thih oifiea. . Tun Crab Orchard graded fchool has Knohavi.no beautifully nnd nrlistically engaged Sheiiir J, N. Meuofco to do its done at A. K. Penny's. Yot'ii account is now ready, l'lenso collecting. A good move on the part of call nnd nettle. A. K. 1'enny. the trustees. that no one else can supply in this Havk your watch, clock nnd jewelry repaired nt A. K. Penny's. All work Jan. Ifit has come and gone mid your world. She wns n good, christian wo having been a member of warranted. account baa not been paid. You will man, Hkmkmiikii tlintall silverware, watches, church for years, and they sorrnnrs, occ, bought at A. U. IVnnj's ilt read this each week until you settle. W. row not ns thoso without hope. Tho Goods to go. no object. to a, 11. McltobertH. be engraved fr- of charee. were interred in the McCormack good (nil1. An Indiana doctor, who Hays chinch cemetery Wednesday afternoon, PERSONAL POINTS. he baa never fcen it fail, pays that in the presence of many friends, who Mu. J. A. Minn and wifoaio both ill taken in pillrifonr times braved the wretched weather to pay the a day, in an absolute cure for grip. with tlic urip. last tribute of respect. - IU. ANI MIH. O. 11. MlKOHHT.TH U'llt Thi deaths of Mrs. David Martin, BtrcKwiiKAT Fi.ouit and oat meal in to Liberty Tuesdny. aged 10, Misi Cbnlli?, 75, S.iiiiro Jen(liken, evaporated fruits, Mb. K C. Welsh and family liave re- hulk, hominy nings, t5", Mrs. .Susan Thornbury, 7'2, preserves, apple butter, oranges bananmoved from Pine Hill to Rowland. and Win. Thomas, U.", are reporteil in Mit. 1'okkhtuh Ukiii, after a very se- as, broiling leef, atMclvinney Bros.' the Richmond Climax. vere spell, is rapidly coiiviilercini:. Hew T. II. Clelland, the noted PresTiik ice makers' occupation, likeOthel-o'h- , Nrahi.y nil of tbo family of Mr. Geo. is gone in this section for next sum- byterian divine, died Tuesday at his .0. Hopper nro down with the jjrip. mer nt least. Kverybody with an ice- home nt Peweu Valley, where ho has .Miss Louisk H.mi.hv is nt homo fiom house Iirs filled it, nt any rate if there is been pastor for a number of yenrs. drayson to attend n marriage shortly to one who bus not, hu has no excuse for David Fox, nn aged citizen, died occur. Sunday nlcht nnd Miss Knto Taylor, it. .Mies S. i.i.i kUhkkn, ol Crah Orchard, daughter of A. M. Taylor, died Friday Come Tiik sleet is not miite bo heavy ns dur- of pneumonia. Advocate. is tbe Ktiest of Mrs. h. T. Green. Dan" ing the Christmas of 181)0, hut it is neverville Advocate. Mrs. Sue Bronaugh, wife of Judge damage. The J. II. Bronaugh, died at N'icholaaville, .Miss Iia Olaiik, of MchohiBville, who theless doing considerable lini been visiting MIch Calliu Horton, telegraph wires were down nnd Stanford 00. w ns completely cut oil" from that kind of returned homu Tuesday. AFFAIRS." CHURCH Ilo.v. J S. Owhlky baa been ndded to communication with the outside world the grip sulierers, the most of tbe others yesterday. Ilev. A. V. Sizeinnro will prench nt of whom nro improving. Mu. Mkhsvk, who. although past 50, Rowland next Sunday afternoon at 3 .Mii.anu Mia. T. J.Uuimrt'mientH, MYh. A. stcnniin; around like a voiiiil' thor o'clock. De Board nnd Mr. leather, of Perryville, was Itev. II. C.Morrison is holding n reoughbred, handed us the following yes left Wednesday for home. terday: Mrs. Iilford Messer, II years vival nt Winchester, with the usual large MimKh ICatk II aii. and Annie H.uikIi-mannd enthusiastic audiences. 11- nttended the Leap Year Party at old, presented her husband with n There is n iow in the lkiptist IJook calN him A M. Pence. pound boy, He Danville and report a ijrand time. ANDday Concern. Manager Dearing objects to by Dr. Bailev on tbo .Mis. M. U. ItiutNsiiii: received it letter Attended President W. P. Harvey's imperious ycnterdny from Mr. K. P. Owsley Htntin of January. bossieiu and somebody has got to resign that his wife ban n severe cape of the The L. .( N. and other roadx will sell or light. Upright and Horizontal. tickets to the World's Fair Conference Hew John H. Tucker, nn alleged Stationary, and Portable. All Miks Uki.kn Tiiiiimom) went to Som- in Iiuisville, Jan. 20 an ' --M, at one faro converted tough, who has been doing sizes up to power. erset yesterday to Uit .Mrs. John S. for the round trip. Kentucky ought mission work in Louisville, wns jailed in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and .May, before she leaves to join her Unequalcd means to be liberally represented at for assaulting a brothei of a girl who f&c?mfr,.--- i' a nA'.- nt Frnukforl. Durability. tbe fair nnd this conference is for the complained that the reverend cuss hnd BraWffll for Knt Illustrated I'inipiets ami your wants to ' . Write lunaauB r Tiik name of Mr. A. A. IwIh, of purpose of demising the tiest methods of alteui) ted impioper liberties with her. Jfc6tJi v "VH &iZLimti Somerset, appears in the lint of having it done. &. CO., It is well enough for toughs to lieu from - -appointed and K'aiiufrn N'FW YOK CITY nllllctpd theerroi of their way, but there ought SI'lUNGFIVI.n. OHIO A uR.STt.KVMN who has been by Hie SfciHarj of ttiTreisiir. to be a law against them desecratiug the rewith dipsomnin nnd who has just Mit. J. S. Omclxv. J u , was in lVauk-for- t pulpit with their foul carcasse. t gency ami double or treble its turned from Dwight, III , says the thin week to attend a meeting of the TheNorthern Presbyterians head the size if necessary. .1. I. Crow, owner of of gold cure has made a new of contributions to Foreign Missions Hclmont Chief SikSJI, Sumac and others, towns man of him and reptebentalative i( tb thai he hns no desire list id this Male. A bill was prepareil and in 1MH, with $!M2,G1K) and the North- has already bargained for a much larger now to look upon tb wine while it is ordered printed. ern Methodists next with The space than he hits heretofore bad; rod. We hope he will never have the Mit. I.. ( "Smith, repnn ntiiit: the Presbyterians Southern contributed George Alford, who owns the speedy ngnin. dttslre ir.',.V.il and the Southern Methodists stallion, Mcl'oberK has also contracted department of tbe Courier Jour tuii nnd Timed, wan here Wednesday, Just before. Chribtmns Sam Dollins .'!, 'Ml The Baptists North and South for ii big fld.; John Steele Carpenter bus looking alter tlm uileiestn of thoe nil shot IVter Whitley, another negro, nt give $6S,000. the Kpiscopal $P.U,71S bad h handsome cut made of bis WalHas a Complete Stock of rivalled piilibt ilioiiH. Crab Orchard, ami was lodged in jail nnd tho Christian i5fi:!C,b. From all the lace Denmark and l.exel, which will be of the wound, churches tbe totiil was SI,orl,'J7:) or printed in our columns. Many other here to nwait the result CITY AND VICINITY. which was near tbe beait and which more than half n million more than tbe owners of stallions have partially con: : ear before. and the victim thouuht was nectracted for space and lovers of tbe borne of IC.innwha suit nt doctors Fhiisii Tho very bad weather has interfer-re- d may expect some good reading in pediessarily fatal. His 'dying statement" 1'uirm.V Hnrdin'H. materially with the attendance at grees, records and the like. was taken, but as the wound was not in Tiik old directors were again chosen tbe heel. Pete braced up and refused to the L'nion revival at the Methodist MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. National die. Dollins bad his examining trial church, but the leaders are neither cat by the stockholders of the Tucday, a list of whom appears on our before .Indue Varnoii Tuesday and was down nor dispoudriit. The services are - The heavy sleet gave considerable held inSVOO to the Circuit Court. Al- held regularly twice a day and really , ith page. trouble on the wires. bert Fish, charged with being an acces- more persons brave the weather thnn Mrs. Fields, living near town, has Somk few of our euMoineis bnve f"rtl sory, was discharged on that warrant, could even be expected. Several of the 'U'J, some Spanish coins dated 1IS1- -. to settle their account to Jan. 1st, but confessed to carrying concealed pastors are giving Hev. W. K. Arnold n Mr. T. L. Thompson bought of W. trtud to such wo would say wo neeil the weapons and was lined $2o and given 10 warm support and the meeting is bound s style. Promptly and in 11. .Smith the colt Silver King, money. Nil" k Mnefce. to result in n better feeling nmnug the days in jail. .on all goods sold, free of charge. Old gold and different church members, if not in in- Jr ,for $'2o. (Jnir has certainly got its grip on this .Mr. Jack Maret, formerly of thi s DEATH'S OOINGST silver taken in exchange. The music is crease in membership. gel is dispatcher for rotiutrr. Nearly every paper strong and place, is now third trick very line nnd the preaching tilled with th" nauies of tbe sick or dyIlki.xi. Immediately before putting K. 0. G. it L. at Cumberland Gap. earnest. Kverybody is invited with the the ing from the terrible iiilhieiizu. the last paper to press a messenger was Mr. Philip Coleman, of German-towNEW ADVEUTISKMKNTN. it will do you good. dispatched to ascertain the condition of assurance that MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, Ohio, opened a subscription school Bus!) Tom" is booked for Walton's Mrs. P.li.rthcth Craig Helm, who return's FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. here Monday with ;0 pupils. Mrs. t Wednesday night, opir P. ed with the information that she was school began the same day wit h Corner Main ami Depot Streets, Jan Oth. Me will lx here this time sinking rapidly, though might live till John Murphy sold to 11. G. Gover " about the same n umber of students. l a Candidate tor ft- election to the oKice of Circompany witlnut fail. with his concert cuit Clerk, subject to the act ti of tho Democratic mules at 100. midnight. But Death claimed his vicWe have not the slightest suspicion piny. Keepwm hand constantly a liancNomc line ot Misdate wnscauccllcd last summer ow tim sooner, and before tbe edition was k Bob Martin bought of James trlmu-cihal, bor.nets, Ax Triminint; iliiiic- to of a grumble to make when calling atAll extteriencfd corns of I)r.-Maker are ing to a change of route. a harness mare for ifl&O. entiiely printed be scon d another victoith me, who will atisly the public in sve?v le- NOTICE TO CREDITORS. tention to tbe printers putting it htoue U The Pan Kentuckian reports wiles Tiik weather continues fearfully bad.' ry, the slinn of which bail been extractdealer for stave dealer in outs of last mules at $110. slid sleeted every ed, and wub christian hope and faith f- of".l It hns rained, snowed claims against tho estate of week, us our o's and u's nude's and n's All J. A. Doty bought of John B. Hout show upas though the four letters were te'!r-pc-S!day this week and in the language of the inally triumphiiiL', .Mrs. Helm was ena: MBS. marc mules for SIJoO. poet, the streets and pikes are neither bled to say, "Thanks be to God, Which a pair of , but two in copy. j V. HAYDK.V. Ailmr, In Cincinnati V top the cattle, U!0 PURCHASING AUENT, , unless he uiveth us the victory through our Lord passable nor even MantnrU, Kv. The following committee will ani,i Jesus Christ." For many years she had the hogand 5j the sheep market, with swer the call of the Louisville IJoaid of has heavy nails ir. his shoes. A numbr Chicago, : : : : Illinois. great demand for any class. of people have, measured their leiigt lis on been a faithful member of the Presbyte- no Trade to u meeting in Louisville Jan. 57 Plymouth I'l.icwor JS19 Wetit..itli Ae. It is said that Senator Stunfmd has L'O and -- I, looking to organization for a the ground, but we have heard of no rian church, mid having lived aright, Commission 5 por .ent Kemit l there was no trouble about dying right. been oil'ered :J1.0,000 for Anon by Mai representation of Kentucky's interests ()roer, I'o.tal Sole, New Yurn ht'lunr or by broken bones. all not only her will combe Forbes, of Boston. Arion is the at the World's Fail : I). .V Williams, Dr. Two Beautiful Building Lots, Kre Opportunities tor balsams in. ua lines In factsho expressed ot goods unsurpatsed Electioneer colt that recently A. Tin: public installation of olllcers ami ingness hut desire to go to her Heavenly I7( leet; stable G. Lovell, Dr. .S. C. Davis, Abel On Kat Main Mreet for sale made tho world's record of L'. 10. nnd splendid cistern on one fiood opportunity linilquei 01 iJiniietti wiiiri'.vi. nmuiKum home and be at rest. Hugh Miller and G. W. to ei lire ali.aljle propfor carpenter contractor of Pythias last night promised to be a There Iiih been an advance of from In her young womanhood, the deceaserty in ev hauce for u or I. .mil material. Also a handsome carriage at a bargain programme consloted of ed, then Miss Fli..ibeth Craig, was uni- $5 to $10 per head on fat mules within nice ntlair. The MKS l C. IIUIiNSlDi: Ila ins purchased the intero-- l (it my former 90Mt nn opening ode by the Knights, a welpartner, .Mr. W. K .Mcl'herson avk u liberal ted in marriage to Mr. Harvey Helm, a the past 10 days. Leer Bros, sold two LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. share nt the patronaso of the people of Kuuland come address by J. S. Owsley, Jr., a pa- near relative of the. late Gov. Helm, who jacks to Virginia parties at t00 each ami and vicinity. I will continue the Cash liuslncs Tli 0 re arc ;!0fl tlt'ils in tint Laurel which the tirm of Hilton & Md'hen-utt.irteiiout per on Pythian Knighthood, by A. C. prece led her to the grave some ten years. another at $7."0. Paris News. to do, think I tan easily prote whv it will be bought of Win. Moreland oouiity rlerk'K odiu'H not on record anil W. Lee Sine, ami a recitation by Joe Severance, Their union resulted in the birth of sevbencluUl to botn mv customers anil mvself. hor instance look at these prices, zo pounds yrannh- Jr., of Damon and Pythias, with music! en children, the survivors being Dr. S. 1.V1 acres of land, near Milledgeville, in upon which thu fees have never been td sugar for ii, ArbucMo's colTcc . tents ytx pound and all other goods in proportion. Also appropriately interspersed. ('. Helm, of San Francisco, Harvey Lincoln county, at $". Peter Gentry paid. hive en hand at all times lumber and UiiukIoi for . John McCarty, who lived a few J H HIM ON. Helm, Ksq., of Pineville, Mrs. Horace hns bought 177 feeders, 1,:'50 pounds KouUnd, Ky, Mk.Jamkh P. Baii.ky, who has tilled the eartt of London, died at his home nt about 1c. These are the mak- miles Brown, of Lexington, Mrs. J. F. Walton, ollice of circuit clerk w itb credit to himself Jack f r next season. J. Sunday nii'ht of consumption. of Danville, and Miss Lcttio Helm, of ing of prime exports and satisfaction to the public, nnnounccH All were present at the death II. F.iigleninn has sold to Kd Pendleton, Sheppard, a pensioner and member of of this place, himself n candidate for trot-tethe G. A. It., died .it I'lttshitri: Monday. bed but Dr. Helm, who started from his of Bristol, Tenn., the course subject to tliu action of tbo Lewis 1). Sampson, of Barbotirville, Jeremiah, L'li, for about $1,000. far Western home as soon as untitled primary. As a public servant ho oneo heloiiKiiiK to ns, afterwards yonrn, of his mother's severe illness, but he Advocate. has been polite, nccommodnting and cannot arrive before Sunday. The loss e)riouisvmt.NiwAmTcmc6o"Rr((5 In speaking of Walsingham iMOO.iho now connected with the Lexington Leapainstaking, and tbe people generally of a mother is the most irreparable of all great siie of trotters, the Kentucky Stock der's fitull' us correspondent from this BHIiltJ Ct .TO V TV recognizing this, will more than probalosses, and having suffered it wo deeply Farm includes Nabotb in the list of the congressional district, was hero Wednes bly make him his own successor without and truly sympathize with any one who linest of his get. This phenomenal day, fat and "6HPny." On opposition. Mr. V. C. l'itman, of Manchester, nnd especially do wo young horse, which is the property of J. experiences it, , of Biughinan, went a half in was here this week for the purpose ..And., On returning from the hop at Dan- sorrow with these, so lately bereaved. K. it M. S. Tlier in nothlni; like the RESTOIUTIVE discovered by the Ktvit cpeclalUt, Or. night, Kd. Jones drovo in- May they he given grace to say: The 1:111, with only a couple of months' han- renting u dwelling house, having alrea- NERVINEcure all ville Monday Miles, to poVn'ts nervoui (lipases, m betdiche, reliable paper states that dy rented a store-rooin the Catching the blue, nervous prostration, eteepleaaness, to A. T. Nunnlley's livery stable nnd Lord giveth and the Lord taketh dling, and that made a record of 2:2." had building. He got Dr. Melcon'sbui'ding, neuralgia, St. Vitus dance, fits, and bjtteria. Many physicians use It in tbelr practice, and say .And left hie horse, but failed to take Iiih away, blessed betho Name of the Lord. he could have Wehae hundred of Mrs. Helm was in her tK3d year nnd is he been given the opportunity. His which is to be completed within ten the results are wonderful. dr dress Buit out of tho iniKgy. When he testimonials like these from ufirisls. "We have him in the stud this days. never known anything like it." Snow 4 Co., Sywent for it next day it had been remov- next to the last of a large family of nine owners will not put Marriage licenses have been issued racuse, N. Y. "fcverr bottle sold brings words ot yet been found. It was children, Mrs. II. T. Harris nlone surviv- year, but have already contracted with praise, J.G. Wolf, Hillsdale, Mich. "Tbe beet ed nnd has not is more for the following parties since Jan. 1,'1)'2: seller we eur bad." Woodnorth X, Co., Fort evidently stolen and Mr. Jones thinks ing. Her death! was tbe third to occur Crit Davis to handle him and it Wayne, than anything Ciaborne Jones and Susan Smith; Reu- we ever Ind. "Nervine sellsAbetter Concord, N. It will get in the '20 Jit rulluian Vettibuleil HulTet Sleepers and Pullhad." II. V Wyatt Co., ho has a clue to the guilty party and will in the family within a week and was oc- than likely ho hook of testimonials FREE at man llnlTtt Chair Cars on all tiain throii;b-iy ben Byrd and Hmnia Peters; J. II. See-le- Trial bottle and tine Medical Co., Elkhart, year is over. the Or. Vile expose him at the proper time. Latkk. casioned by pneumonia, which started lad Chicago without chance. aud America A. l'arman; A. L. Tut-tl- o ra;liu. Go via the Monon and get the lluit for the least It looks now as if our horse Joe8kinner, colored, was arrested on from the grip. The funernl sermon was money. Kor information address TRIAL BOTTMB FREE. and Sarah F. Waygoner, Wm. Stott will be crowded this year, but the jail and his trial preached nt her late residence on DanIAS. BARKER, O I'. A., Chicago. the charge and put in W. G. CRUSH, U P. A. Loumille. For tale by A. K. Penny, Stanford ville avenue, Wednesday afternoon, and 1. J. will prove itself equal to any emer j and Dicey Walker. morning. eet for this of her brother, Cnpt. Gaines Craig, in tho vault in Duflnlo Cemetery. McKittiiick. Mrs. Mary Jane wife of Mr. D. McKittrick.died Jan. PJ, of heart trouble, in the (Wth year of his age. She was married to tho linn who now mourns her loss .Inn. 8th, 181(5, nnd last Friday wns tho 40th anniversary of the event. Of tho children born to them, Mrs. Alice Lytle, Mrs. West nnd Messrs. W. W , Sam nnd McKittrick live to feel a loss k, A ; GREAT : JANUARY : CLEARANCE : SALE -- i &T. THE LOWSVUL Winter have McCor-inack- 's ij 1 Oilhi secure - Prices am TBI Bargain in Xow is the time nsa-foti- ta four-rai- n Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, Boots, Hats, Caps, Carpets, rs- OilCLoth, Trimhs.l La- m n Children's, Boys' and Men's Overcoats and Misses and dies5 Cloaks and Jackets at your own price. in early before the best bargains are picked oat. Feathers and bought at the highest market prices. Es THE LOUISVILLE -- STORE Main, Street, Stanford. MAjYES GABRIEL, Managers. UHBAjYSKY, Proprietor. n OTJISAM IlIlITOIMEiB STEEL BOILERS, Semi-Portable 2G-hor- l'-'- lh ri. by-a- bus-ban- d fiWa Ll -- - store-keepei- h rco-iitl- r7! THE JA3IES LF.FFEL pres-en- Stli-oni- a W1M0BERTZ, bu-in- Druggist and Jeweler, Wi .'. DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS enr-hm- d WALL PAPER, lirt Jewelry & Silverware. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired first-clas- n, Nes-bitt- lloHM-Hiex- JAMES BAILEY Milliner and Dress Maker t s -- - Kirk-patric- or-d- tr j T two-year-ol- d j on s 1ar::raUX FRMK MTHESS jaekai-snble- TGWIST LOTS. l''t-Offi- ' ) i l'en-niugto- n, Mc-Clur- e. FOB, CASH ONLY. 1 u .11 I 'X nv-ern- well-know- n r, dem-crati- c I 1 I -- V I j DR.MILES'NERVINE CMKCA14 WW NOMTH SaT. he-fo- re o col-nm- na ,. . i'i F" 'K n1 .1. , h Hr w ' W-i L , ' r k f Ll E-- ' I . , f L r' m :. " ' "?v"4 :t v . . Friend, don't wound your friend pur- the "Collard Patch." It Is n curious I BIGDINS' HOHIWAIHIC SALTS, H.J. Is a Candidate lor Sheriff of Lmroln county, subposely. If you had heard as I did yes- - looking place. A Winter Study. A New Year Reception. n tinnttnrir nnn hncirlnff finritnn ject to the action ol the Democratic patty. i Traveler, may learn n lesson from Mr C. D .. Published Every Tuesday and Fr day Politician. Ghat about A Cures cuts, bruises, old sores, skin diseases for an Unkind CUt. BllO nau given anotllt r, Cone, n prominent attorney of Parker, Dakota, corns, bunions, piles, lislula, scratches hallcr Gcsslpera. Love, Mice ard AT wno says' "i never leave ome without taking a N. burns, dew poison and briiiits. Wlwi..., ii .... OU HOUlti forcer seal JOttr lir.il nni'rmt bottle of Chamberlain's Cchc, Cholera nnd Ular- e been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and I have been making u study of the Remedy with me, and on many nccailont Is a candidate for 3 PJffiR YSAR,iy AJ3""" A.NC1G ns Sheriff. "slams." The lady listened, as only a thir.s ran Subject its ptopentity tor removing soreness It remarkawith It to cedar out by my window, with its lady can, and the two kissed and parted, have never known the re icf ol some sufferer and ' , n ac of the ,lcinavracy. Klcclion Nov ble. Numerous trsiitnoniuls will be secured and It to fail. For ssle by I)r M. ,g,.I have WVtlun not o paid $2.60 w'll .e eharaed.-twill appear iu this space at a later dote. Made snow drapery. It hH drooped until the but, hear me: l.. uournc, i'iuih nan wpiician, iuaiuoruy, ivy a id sold by lower boughs are. touching the ground. J II IlK'.fllNS, Stanford, Ky. K. C LOCAL TJMK CARD. 'I walled In the woodland meadow, Iclrable larm of 140 AN INTRODUCTION l U IX "mMMI Acres nII Crab Orchard Little birds go in and out; I can pee but Where saeet the thrushes sing, Train iuvci Rowland at 7:00 a. m., rcturnlnc Miller ;o rothe through car serviced the Wisconsin Cen- pike, niil.s from Stanford. W. And I lound on a bed of memos one right now. He lias tuullled his face tral 1,1 m ii nd Northern Pacific Railroad Isunuec it 5:10 p. m. wing. A bird with a broken lis advantages nnd couseniences have ess.irv in his warm neck feathers and is asleep. I healed the wound; and each morning L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. been fully established. It Is the only route to the S3U 3 are But the fence uud the old Pacific Coast over which loth I'ullinan Ycstihiiled It sang its old sweet strain, la t) pm all a flutter with wings. 1 am not thinkMilt train come North Pullman Tourist Cars am operaDealer tn- Hut the bird with the broken pinion South ted from Chicago via St Paul without change i3Pa ing of them, however, I keep watching Never soared so high again." 1311 ra Express train " South Through Irani leaves Chicago everv day at 104; . North and Domestic Fruits, p.m. l'hn traveler via this route pssses thrrtigli Forcign Local Freight North 6joim the bird in the bush he reminds Intercstinc nnd pr.wpciutis Why in the world do the ladies per- the mnit m South. Confectioneries, A.. j up belt of country In the Western world. There is a me of myself, lonesome and soli-- t sist in wearing so many hair pins The latter trains a!v carry passengers. scenery with most striking Contrasts that range rum a first class baker and r.ia tumuli from the lolling prairie and the pine forett Ictel try. Hut ho has visions, no doubt, of The above Is calculated on standard time. Solar The dully, befrizzled coll and its time it about ao minutes faster lfst spring, or thespring that is coming, hundred holders reminds me of u dishev- to the wild t passes of the wildest mountains In Itrc.id, Cakes and the like on short notisc. S; the world. There is a scries of the nobleit cities, towns nnd while I am dreaming only of the spring eled haystack with so many shiny,' tillage of every variety and siie, from the hamlet flown. I have not mudo simply a times r the farm, upward; the pitchforks. One handsome hairpin world; tiny greenest and most richest mines the lasting pasturage: the word study of the winter picture; I have the wildest scenery on the Continent; cannns as RARE CHANCE TO SECIRK IIAROAINS. thrust into a smooth roll, is decidedly ucird painted it, but it is cold and pule and at n nightmare; hills, mows and penks I Owing to the fact in more artistic. startling in the magnificence ol their beaut) and a in Dry Goods, Hoots, that am a llltln otcrstncledI like, Shoes, Hats brings no light upon the wall. I tried to peifcclionofcomlort in tr.w clmir that has never will for the next todays offer my nnd the stock at entire early I am going away from the hamlet for been surpassed of the cedar, for Cath. These goods were bought at very spread a landscape back Fast tram t la the Wisconsin Central Lines for Cost them ut Cost, the be cured and a sky, with a sundown streak but my a while, it is too lonely here, but where St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland and lluluth leaves low prices and selling rare HA KO A INS. public am 'I his big feelnsturedof mmo Chicago at $ :on p m ililly with I'ullinan i,a,''r'f": removed my Uatber Snop to the Com good fur jo days only Store ill prompt heart did not glow and the picture could- shall I pitch my tent? Yet why quesby Hotel. am prhparod lo accommodate laSleepers and the Central's famous dining otfer will stand jnd Stanford. mercial well.; Igentlemen Darst Kxtcntlon, tntwreli Uowland dles as in anything they may n't. I am a moody creature any way. 1 tion myself "I have that within me cart attached. J. C. ELMORE within my line. Children stso wsited mi. Call of live upon: Spider-like- , I spin ii me. paint, write, sing, love and hate, all, that JESSE THOMPSON, Ilucklln's Arnica Salvo. InCnmmerelsl Hotel. The beat salve in the world lor cms, bruises when the mood is on. If you overtake my place otu anywhere." Busy Boiiy. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fover sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup moment the blood runs highme at the .IE YOU ARE COINO . . How Joe Brown's Collard Patch Looks to a tions and positisely cures piles, or no psyrci'iur-eLot on Main Street in Stanlord est, am a most delightful con pound, if It is guaranteed Io iriv6 perfect satisfaction, Kentucklan. or money refunded. 1'riee. 35 cents per box. you find mo at the opposite polo of my acres, Containing t inflamed (To the nlitor Interior Journal For sale by A R. Penny, Stanlord, Ky. mood, I am nothing. In which direc1IIK ermscasv. Montki'ma, (in., Jan. 10. Sitting here TR WALTON, Stanford. expectoration, GuarHntood Cure for La Qrlppo. tion are my wings today? Ha! Isn't waiting for the mule market to open, We authorise our advertised druggist to sell ou and it funny the way the Stanford folks are which Dr. King's R. CA3INITZ, promises to "make haste slowlv, i rna.i.K. Hml New 1.,,iovry i.ir .ioniimpti. iI(l. ...... (ill. .. tm. hunting me down'.' "Who is Busy recovery. have concluded to drop you a line or arnaMicted with I.a Urippeand will muthisremBody?" asks every one. And the editor "y acioruing to benefit, giving It a tlieb.itIWOUOW nnil Ulin antl gte JOU ll Hliort audexpennce no uirecilous,oumy return lair trial O. "no one so dumb as he who will not nCCOUllt Of SOtlie Of tllH historic places '!e an,J n;ve yor money relmided Wemake this otlrr lierame of the wonderful success of l)r speak." Lowell, Mass. Hustonvllto, Ky. and OVent8 Of this great Mute, most King's New Discovery during last seoon' epi- Louisviilc a NssHvltic n. n. nave ncaru 01 no cav- in wiuen laiied. A full line uf C' fluis Cskei iiemic 1 feel sorry always on for the somebody who prominent of which is a place known to Try it Trial bottles free at A .R Penny's drug hand M nm thinks we Kentuckians aresocold-heart-eIs the tine (or you, as its most Georgians as "Joe Brown's Colin nl store laige sue 50c and $1. C. ... , and void of natural affection. Per- U....1. l I.... ...t.8 1. . .1... ;in ;.. litiiiietii- iim-ii113 inn ivnuii Looks PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, haps she isn't well acquainted. Just ate neigllUOrllOOtl answers tO the ClaSSICI ("oidlcoU arc Goodthan sltn deep.dependiHg morn VEX DOME MOTEL upon a healthy condition of all the sital ergn. KY. Make close coflnettions at STANFORD. wait until she gets into the arms of one nutnit nl" Cornell, IIIO .MllglC f'ifv Ol thclicr be inactiseou have a bilious leak, U WAI.1 AtE STEELE, Pro'r of these stalwart Kentucky lovers her the Pines." It derived its original name ,vour '""i"" be distrdered ou hate a dyspeptic Office In Odd Fellows' Duildins, up stairs. LOUISViLLE And 0IN0INNATI . . look and if jour kidneys be atlrcled yu hate a Office hours- 7 to 3 a in , t to a p. m , 7 to 3 p. rn. opinion will thaw. from til- fact that it once belonged to pinched look Scurc your health and you will R. CAMXITX, Eor all points. nasi1 food lenHS. lilrcuu Hitters it tne gruat THKOinil! TICKETS SOLI). I had such a charming peep of the Ui.i..ru,ii P.nnfof.i Y l.ard, Who at Olio! directly on these vital or. ii i.K. k j tonic, acts ItAGOAOK CHECKKD IIIROUCII .:iuston Uotches. "". Cur.e W. B. New Year reception at Mrs. Grundy's. time and another, and often more than good complexion. SnlU.it A. K boils and sgi drug Thorwiflhly refitted and refurnished anil fully Penny I'ur any Inftrmsthm enantre of in possession almost ttore, 50 sent per battle McMrtn to attend I., the want of the rwMsc. A V L. CLIFFORD. Then were about a dozen ladies assem- once, Arm. uij.Maiuu.nd Rue A.Ml'l.r. Ot Or SUnhrd. Ky. Hie Mays " bled to manipulate the honors of the oc- n,(0 """-- ' '" Mr. WillUm T Prke, the Peace at W PENN.Trav Pa ,,Ke ttohisbed last W. Aerm. as efiiiesl mthland, Nebraska, Office South side Main street, in office recently casion, and I, from my peep-holJunttmn C tv Kj saw Of the Surrender "refllgeed" to his col. - winter with a sccieuack el lumtMuo: bat a , , , POSTED. vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. being seen. The prettiest dress iiiru pHicn away (town in me piny woods thorauf h nptiiestHi f cba brrlaiH's J'ain tUlaa without to work. Mr Piisc This nsiics) fsvewarHS Imalrra. Shmn and of the evening waa a white Bedford in Dooley county, which precise spot the be recommended to sosir land Mlthont Let anyone tmnMtsI with rbeHmstUm, (HhtrsMt "Magic City Of the Tines" now OCCt- lM. CRAIG, cord, with fyeilow trimmings, sleeves ..;.,s at mi m.Ii will be proses (e(l ia ihc fullDR. remargin or laasc hack, tftse It a trsal tHd any est eslentaf Ik Uw. Sliratd Use mI will be of Ike opiaiosi. toe battle ' ,". and Josephine co'lar, waist C. It IS ClirinUS looking place, almost as by Dr. l L. Hottr, Drug t a4 OpUtsan. Homeopathic Phyaiciau, E IIRUCf ss all of yellow faille silk. A s,"ft'""' "i THOMAS C. liAl I. strange a sicht to my eyes as was the . - - KENTUCKY. canary-tinteSTANFORD, princess gown in crepe, STEELE 1IAI V "Wild Australian boy,'' that I once saw A M. I'll AND to la a m.; t to 3 p. ra.; i to and a pale green chiffon, were alOffice Hours: io II. W (IAIN En. in a side show. But let me tell you some . 9 p. m. i JAMES . so prominent in the bauquet of colois. of Office on Lancaster street, opposite S PHILLIP-- . of this curious looking' the wonders 39" yr It was a cay scene, nnd 1 enjoyed it, al- place before speaking about the boy. It When Babj- was slot, wa gave her Cnstir'.v When she wiu a Child, slio cried for Cart tor la. though I do not approve of 60 much is a curious looking place, indeed, tvr A. S. I it is. . Jtlss, sho clung to OutorlA. j 1 suppose I must go to When sh c0O 'mt. ri.5Yi2i-Ali,CWt,- ' want you to listen, now, and I shall tell When illttJXJtm . KJr.VMIK ??.7S.'A SURGEON DENTIST. 7."y,Vl"BF 4A V.il the bad Chi rco, the jatc them Cn Jtorla. is as confession the preachers say it . oc nm;'&viuj-j- Ls nothing that I will not swear to as true, IluilclinK' Office on Main street, over V. II McRoberts much sin to look upon the waltz as to and can substantiate by everylrody near H rss.'M.lj.Vi.l.ftHI mmiiisgd wm vv Drug Store, Stanford. In the corporate limits o Rowland r embrace and turn with the tune. trV Collard Patch, which is indeed ami the 1 tyraileil eV 3rctt& Ii I. DARST.. Rowland. t .. ,....xc There is a woman in Stanford who has is toillli n in,. una islmtik is. lssl aaarwt ii.Uii. mini n vl Chamberlain .V Co.. tics .Maine.. lm.a. d.s.r l D. S. R. C. MORGAN, D. msnuiaiturers of It 18 Situated near bum Creek, at the inform the public that inn ay that Iras set been dressed a big doll and holds; it hourly, the most succcstful preparation DENTIST. 1:10 USE, St. t.ouit, Michigan Points, Chicago, and kisses and coos to it. I wish I could crossing of the tseorgia Southern and prcduced for couKbs, eolds and cr.iip. It will THji, CleveUnd, loosen and cliete a severe cold ,u less timetlun lluttalo, t, A mtiriiMie .Montgomery is' udtanapnllt and ike West, office, Lancaster street tell yon what a contempt I have for &.iHniiaii, aLyuther ,Matir,.nt. The article referred to Is mown;: to the Hisijins K B ' niUBX ' V roprlotor, New England, Canada, Nitrous Oxide Uas Risen for painlrt. ettractm? such women, and yet I consider Hau-ni- h It . which Litter thev call, for short, the Cluimberlaiu'ii Couiih Reinedv. It ic a medicine thatlia-wofame and popularity on lis merits STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Kentucky. New the sweetest Bible character. But feAM road. Its population all told aml one that i an alwas Yedependtd upon It i LOIIdOn, b "uly known remedy lhat still prevent croup Washington. Ilallirioic, poimists nf l.TlKI isonnl..- it Ima Bs.ivt.rMtn. Philadelphia., these women of the new dispensation It Is put up in It must be tried W be appreciated Quickest time to Hsrrixl.burg. Frankfort. Ky have moved to my new Hatel and am bettei sa'c I'jr Dr. M 1. nrepsrtd thau ever to accommodate Ihc public. water works, electric lights, a S.W.OOO op- - ' . s kil j. bottles Rlchisi.l, IKi.lMA bli.'ii-aim my derision. So do the men Co. excite II 'unii-- I'rucgi.l and Optt un Ntunfcrd, Ev t (.ulclctl line to dr Kod Livery atiachnl and every a $100,000 hotel, answering to the puny lipped politician who go about tired. Cite me a call. OF STANFORD, KY., ERANK KIL.KY. 77 begging votes, antl pleading his "hig the euphonious name of the "Suwanee,'' with family" as a reason why his neighbor Uosmalldrygoods houses one Hinall Solid Tram., bggag, cars, sinnkiuir cars and Is now fully organued and ready for business SHELTON HOUSE, STATKMENT OF THE Coaches, Pnlln.sli IU.nc.vir lleepers tkrutigh with meat store ami a blacksmith shop. A out chanij siaC Kalian ua, lliimintftiam, Mertd - - $200,000. should favor him instead of another. Paid up Capital of ' tan msVlnf ilitest .onneciinris rn route fur Kaos. Wc hear much fa villc, Ashetille, l.TchUiii;ancl u: nils ill the 19,000. wasted onof so fathers sympathy being Surplus, . - .. of big families. the SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL Don't you think they should cultivate it was each provided with its own bathST A SI OR I), K.V IIANK OK STANFORD, At Challatioogit fur Ailanta, Columbus, Wilmtnj accommodations at reasonable rales. little sympathy for themselves? Who ia tllhatldeverV Otiier lllXlirV kllOWIl to OtVurin Farmers llsllk Trosl Co , mil on Jan. tnn, C'urlcM-ii- . Autuita, MaoiH. Savannah, aristocratic and wealthy taste, and tlint S'SS.'.ltu.lif B,iefa1, Kowclosin; up) with the sam assets and under to blame for the big family, I wonder" ft. 9. limn. wick, I. ale lit) I ho.uatville and r I. OKI .. the same management. DA pHiits. if the gastric juice.-o- f the most delicate fly provisions of its chatter, depositor are a lie eiHy line with Series of Stock. Pullman lt.ni.ioirriinmni; t.td trains Cars inchoice I had two charming visitors last evenfully protected as aie depositors in National r I'sUve Slrrpintf A ( Stomach should fail to CUt UP the beef John It. Ca.tlcmin Lanham Issue Another Banks, its shareholders beinc held individually ing without change Inr anj cla.tcf ptsen and in a lengthy conversation they steaks, that it would he furnished with do slock safe Investment would Any onceeVlnif liable to the extent o the amount of their gersnr liak-a.- . x r- a well toiiitetugalc. therein at the par aluc tnereoi, in addition to tue touched upon the old theme love. One Selnia and Monlcomert. Ilur.t.sillr, Decatur, an acid that could; and tha. the taltles Weekly pajineiil. tj ceuls Has made more Murentc. Mcmnlii.and AKKAN'SAS iicanis amount invested in such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as said that there was no such thing as would be M!t with tlie most costlv table- than S per cent, since organiratinn. Enables men S:ioilt and iin kcti lo Anrustun, Selma, Mo of limilrd means to cure a hume. Money to loan lile Uncct cunnc.ttnnt nude st NEW DR. an individual. To those who entrusted their limsiness to us love- -a solitary love, a love that looked ware tiat co( i)t. OBttUi to which an un L'oo.1 leal estate LEANS without cmnibut t'antlei for t.Mtetlon II I. DARST, . II while mnaglQK the Lincoln National Hank ol to one being alone fonts every phase ot Hoution, Austin, old country .lake standing nexr teplied: II. C. EARRIS. Stanford, we we here tender our manv thanks and J.S. I'l'I'lIKS, N.MKNEEEE, ill continue to transact their busintss pleasure, Iioje, happiness; neither could "Young man, when I sit down to dinner W A TRIHHLi:. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. trust they JOS.SKVKKANCh The only throun line t Jackton and cktbur(, II. IIAUGIIMAN, with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenexperience in one being, albeit his heart was a bundle I want something to eat besides earthenJ F. PEYTON tion to same, our twenty years Miss, , ShreveKrt La , making direct (crineclinst banking andas liberal accommodations as are con of love ami kisses, radiate enough ware." All this certainly looks 'cuHoiih without oiniiihiit tran.lcr fnr Dallas, Fort Worth, OF JOS. SE ERANCE. President witn souiiu naming. silient MAN. Sec'y: warmth to keep alive all the delicious to a plain man from the backwoods III. II AIM. 1.M. ltllK.HT. Trcamircr. Austin, ban Antoma, El Paso and polntsin . . W. iukectoks: TEXAS, ARIZ0NA,MEXIC0, CALIFORNIA. buds of the one little plant love. The country, lo miles south of Lexington, - i , J.J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; 1 AT Kor ihroush r?s corre-county maps and lul' ornr "tnTsf AIM love was n blossom that Ivy., known as tlie "Blue-granother said that information call on Agent at Junction Citv.Kv. J. M. Hall, Stanford; Belt." I)A rUiK. Ki CCUAOl or address rHANK V VOOI.I.E', bloomed but once, and that its every which he is fool euough to think in J. S Owsley, Manford; e Ttav Pass AkI I.estncton, Kr MANAIiKKS, S.J. Embry, Stanford; U. MILLER. D O i.DWAliDS. petal was saturated with an essence that "promised land" than any place in J K. Lynn, Stanford ; (. P A T. A I'rittu Maiicr , Commerce Building, Louisville. the years gathered, and dropped into this world. Cincinnat. A. W. Carpenter. Milledgenlle; the rose jar of the heart, and that it exI heard a low, murmuring sound from J. K.llaughman, Hustonville; Agei.ts throughout the South IHgllCSt Cash Hl.Trkct priCC JJp.lid J. K. Cash, Stanford; humed its fragrance all through life ev- down, about "the creek." "Is that a Stanlord, Ky. for William Coach, en unto eternity. Then they asked ask- steamboat at the landing'.'" asked. S. H. Shanks, President. 7. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agront, ed me what I thought about it, and "Oh, no, sir; no use for steamboats here, J 11. Owsley, Cashier recited some lines I composed last fall: W. M. Ilright, Teller at this great railroad centre; that is only . H. Haughmau, General Hook. Keeper, A butter fly flew In my window the buzzing of the mosquitoes down on Chesapealc ,V Ohio Itotife &c, at And then it dew out again, Ik'giminur with the New Year, it ' Gum Creek. There aremvriadsof them Itut it left a glow where it retted, Philadelphia there as big as horse Hies. Did you ever is customary to form new icsolii-se- e A glow on the window pane. M. F. ELK IN & CO., Baltimore, Now York, anything bo curious to look at in tions and as far its possible profit' NATIONAL BANK I do not knoa which way it wandeicd, STANFORD. KY. Why should I care to know. vour life as this town?" said he. "Yes. by experience of the past. Tlie! JS iyr Old Point and the Seashore ami all I OK STANFORD, KY. atrn Cities When a memory points to the window once," said I. "There was a circus that general credit system having been That yet can the butterfly show 7fFCT NO..$, iSvi IN .NOTICETOTHli came to Stanford, Ky., where I live, universally condemned by both Perhaps it went wooing a flower, Capital Stock of debtor and creditor as a curse to, mn with asideshow attached, in front rVl Was held in the arms of a rose, P U DiJiVJ. .EAST IIOl'ND.Mail irTirTll MAI,,, TT VirTTYf1 .ijJjliS U ,V,, j:, which stood a man engaged in deliver-- ! our country, one of our young gro-- ' 18,500 Hut whenit.bas uearied 'twill flutter Surplus Dalli Daily, 'lis. ,Su. Kx ii ' ing a public address: Hack here past the window, who knout" Cciy merchants has concluded that l.vc Lexincton... a ; p u 4a a t p W mcl.etter Attention of the public is invited to the fact ij "'Come along, come along, and see the! ft will be wie and profitable to dilute opened in ninnest.ii sviihmv Hoiei.tbc Ml Sterling. .. ' S al tM ,, p i, Hank Stanford, Who can tell liern the fairy (d leads it, that this is the only National National in Hank Act . t j' ; 11 17 of the Under the provisions wild Australian boy, captured upon theij,ol, himself and liis customers to, The creature burn outof the sky? . A. 1.1. ..I depositor are .ecured not only by the capitxl ..., ...iiiiii ,v , r, 10 97 p Has it wius that J mortal can manage 1 plainsofAiibtialiabyapartyof KnglishJstcc, d(.U. of ths rct.f t,al has liability for an stock, but bv the stockholders1 " Catlcttcbnr. i. si p l .t P N a Who can tell' Neithcrsoii ntither 1. amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of " Huiitingtsn hunters, iimh-- command of Col. Charles ;madc slupU.rc(. (Jf s0 niany ;n it jo p 10 47 P 9 V a are secured by a fund of $400,000. " Watliiiician ., 6 jj a J 11 p this institution And Ibis is the way the way, heart. W. Smith. When llrbt seen he was run-- 1 E.ve sworn statements of theconditioii of the bank n , aU, at th(. sam(. ,imc oflbr the . ' I' i,urh vrjrto the United States govern Arr New York ... With loto, some linn, it is sent io p n.ng upon all fours, endeavoring to such ment and its assets are examined at staled times induccrncnts to his cuslon,. FilSt-CljlS- S Jusi for the uorld like the biitierllr bygovernment agents, thus seiunngaddititonal inakehiheK-apetoacave- , m which it ri! tlin. ... hound r Daily hat came to day and went mn nt .lflPnr, in . y and perfect safety to depositors. V .1 llllii- lllw niKI I'lirt IIIC ICItlin til it iu tn (hiuiiv IU originally established as the . . V.IIII IIUL IIMVIll ,. This institution, was supposed IMS parents Were conceal, new sehulev and fresh blooded kre liu.r IH) . I am dreadfully afraid this old maid Etc HunliiitMii. Deposit I'.ank of Stanlord In t8j8, then ,, ...1 . . .. ... i$6j and is. I.. !... t.n iiiiiiiiiui iil mi i; mill 1......1 as the National Hank ot Stanford ir iiiin iiiii i.it..lli..u.. fi,... ..n.l iiriui I am weanng lsn t secure, the ofaman.thebodyofaseala..dIegsofai'UnI)le,,C will sell you TIlO Country. V, --." ,:"Y"',;- t j;J a a oj( p 17 iT p in ajain re.organuedas the Firt National Dank of mask Suntord m iSS, has had practically un above looks quite like me, doesn't il. '" . .... Cilte me ll f ll. Sll ..... , i SI. aierniie .. ii nl t..r! ,,.,;, .... c. It is better supplied - ...t (".r-- ...... .ccc. ..iS... r.. . cw existence of is ytar ,, , , ,, 6 t a irog. uome aiong, come aiong. is ,, a 5 P W. (iKhEN, Proprietor. now with lacilutes for transacting business prompt I Mali.ii.-e! Oo AL HVkN - 3 . best C Sugar I a bit of gossip yesterday tit "I went into his tent, sir, and rr Lexington ly and liberally thin ever before in Us long and .. i u Ms, ,' 7. 3A p, i11 ccn a " Loulttlllc honorable career Accounts of corporation, fidu- dear old Stanford town. I am told it is saw the boy described by the doorkeopS as P c yi 5 lbs. Choice Green Coffee... I OO 40 ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic.1 ... rv i.i . r a lively place for news, any way. If you er. It has neeii many years ago, nnu i .1 ii. ited. ids. vruucKie s k,oiiee The Directory f this Hank is lotnpotcd ot have ever watched it bunch of mice should have forgotten him altogether, ' 2 gallons best Coal Oil Limited ustibtiled Tnuas run dally in connec linn with Chiicipeake T. J. Foster, of Stanford; Ohio "E. F. V." lo No about a bunch of crumbs you are in pos- - but the monstrosities of this littlo city cans 2 lb. Teaches. -- 3 . York Rcid, Lincoln county ; Koreitus e FiittlMull Tmiiis run'dally and moke local step, esjiou of a truth about gossippers. t)ne have 'refreshed my memory,' as the Stanford; S I AN I'OU D, KY , Tomatoes 3 cans 25 J. W. Ilayden, bctwet Lesiii'tou and HiiiiiiiiIoii. dame sticks her head out and ycrs sav, and I do not only recall this 3 cans ,S.H. Uaiighmau, Lincoln; Hiiniiiiloii mid Morehead AccoiHtnodallons Corn.. 5 run daily. t M.J. Miller, .Ml Vernon; yer-- j . snells and runs hack to the dark, out cu.ious K.y to mind, but can repeat Lexington and Muri'licoil and Lcxiiiun ami ' t, A , oods j,, nkc S. T Harris Lincoln; Ml. Slrriiui,- At c ,.iiiHoilaiiini run ibilt cscent come two pairs of eyes, two pairs of ears batim what hia keeper had to say. Ciood Stanford; J, S. Hockcr. proportion., A fine stock of Fam- - igj Sunday is imw lintel, icii'vac. and ..iiii.i-and directly half a doicn tails are keep day, sir," and left tlie Collard I'ntcli hrniiidi Mecpini; Cars te and from WathinRlou 0. A. Lackey, Lincoln; lly droCCneS and ill- hailCV (il'O i.i my cliaruc and mtendtj conduct .1 raas to and New ork without change. T. V. Hill.Stanford; ing time to every nibble just as half a In my next I propose to tell you about not only maintain its high reputation, but to add W. G.Welch, SUnford. ceries, prints and Candies a dn- - ' tmts iunBiit o: friends. Spenai i,omm'.u. Kor full information regard to rates, routes doen tougues will wag over a morsel of lien. Jackson, the State Ito.td and .School tion. for cumincrcial travelers uud tine looms fur Ac , apply to any n;eht of this or V'- - t'a'e, Staufor d coiineitmc lines news. Sometimes the simplest noise Fund of tieorgia, which will interest all pi.iyiu.it can not dc surpassed. ,iie,iitI)iycf samples. " V OFKHERtSiJ; 0'l. E. IIUNTINI5TON, Come and sec me, opposite PortC L. DROWN, good democrats. will scatter the mice rattle a littlo V P.Mdl. M, A First-Clas- s Saloon o j A ' J. S Hocker, President; CashicrV man House. Happy Jack. Lexington, Ky, Yours until death, and see tho gosaipurs skedadJohn J. .McKuberW, (J W.l'AKNEY. And lllLLIAUDand POOL UOOMS attached. W.S. HARRISON. . A. A. MuKfnney, Asvstant Cashier dle. advertisement of 1. S. This is a (.. M., I.eaiugtuu, Ky T p. 3T.tl JOSEPH COiri-V- . Semi-Weekly Interior Journl HAPPY HAMLET R. R. GENTRY MEXEFEE, I Puny-lippe- d " lit-ti- J. -- W r ri--- n v6-i- 4 well-she- d MIGVnVGMlSSa 1 .lS-"- Barter now-u-ilav- Ha-wi- th CONSUMPTION its 111 At Cost Tor Cash.. stages Snap can the use Visit-bille- d Ayers Cherry Pectoral soothes tissues, the aids hastens FOB SAIi351 io d, 1 . I I .1 . I II - Dr. J. Ayer & Co. - Undertaker&Embalmer - 11 Dr. II. Nuniicllcy, d lu-ui- iy 1 THE II. Rouble Daily Trains - ,7 DR. PENNY, Dentist. ,,,,.,, 11 lanjr'r, I . e, .... " - . fJOffif VZV'JZ '""'" - tt !(" dee-oratio- ns, M.SPOO'-AMIXIR- E 1 ,. d ' I j CIVI-n,-- court-house- I Q4$Mm in 7 'A"-Jil,.V- N' wHsm PRICE, j 1 punch-drinking- J IFor Salo Twenty Iol8 W . "fc.-- " V-- I Lt iu-- , i ( j A- l, I -- IlJjEY Di-tr- I I n 1 i York, Huston, si - Farmers Bank&Trast 1 . era-hou- se, (ouvc-nienc- r ::; TUiz JE First-clas- NTJEW 'DHILir.AKS, - j:,:.1"5, ,:::i.. s -- a t imp imiim 'CAiniDlLKA,, &. m 1 Jack-vinvill- KU Y AL LIVERPOOL. -- -- r Insurance Company, LMl I . 1 s ... nl)nf near-erth- . o.a.s:e3: i I 1 Beef Hides, Newport News & Fur, Tallow, Mississippi Valley Co. I Washington, os-- yf , FIRST I I i .. - 5200,000 , 1 .. I -- j 1 1 r MYERS HOUSE, A t in . . ,- ,,r - . j , I - 111 1 i r - .,. s lj ,, Uvcrytablc, ,. the r 5 wK-v- r - - ; unilitcr-rapt- cd . -- , ..,;. r- -, Best - (wi 1 I'- n't,, I s thi-ro- ... - j-- -. . 5,P0RTMAN HOUSE, - , law-iiitl- 11 2-l- JOSKI'II COFFEY, Pro'r. I In- I - 1 I 111 v ) - 7v ' frt JESSE WEAIIEN. A., Ashland, Ky A