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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892112401 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. Semi Weekly Interior VOL. XX. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. Journal NO. 78 u i STANFORD, KYM THRUSDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1892. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY Mr. J. L. Whitehead and wife aro In Louisville thla week hiyliiR i holiday Koode. Mrs. Gorman Jones left IopI Tuesday mornlug on nn extended vlult to her old homo in Ohio. nerved in Company H , lt)th Kentucky Your correspondent has been busy Infantry, during tho late war and was a For "He who thinks strikes deepest and strikes safely." -in common plum court mid was unnhli Don't say good citizen Snecial ofTers arr chestnuts ,o 11 Tlu mnwel nf hre.irl .if mnr r1i(to write last week. , v. ... w. v. H. ... .wv.l ,Sll.b lO -- w.. rn.,ny cy....,.g nnen.er am.ii. ni Mies Alice O'Mnrn has returned Ctiestnut. still "Would'st thou not hunger without it'" Listen here a will w given at the resitluntv ni Mr. It. from nn extended visit to Louisville. fcw mJnut;CS. p. wniinr th. Mctho-- : MIbhSaIIIq Flora, of Richmond, i'h visitI mm rcj b dlst chun-h- . The imud will It- - nn hand, ing Mrs. J. 1). Adkiiw. a good Btipper will he nnd all uro riiauksciviiiK Borvico will be held promised a goo thru nt the Congregational church thlh year Tho price of hugs is astonishingly of the M. K. church, nnd Itev. Mnrkin, DANVILLE. Oil, if I had your eloquent lead pen- high. The quotations nre now" 6 with will preach the strmon. Itev. J. T. I.npsloy In putting up a cil, how i'd write 'urn up. I'd benrd tho an upward tendency. This is probably Ladies' Shoes, 35 cents and up; Standard Colicos, 5 cents and up; cofOn Wednesduv evening, Nov. 10. lion in his don, the Douglas in his due to the scarcity of corn nnd the ship- fee 22JC cents and up; Dress Goods, Wool, 25 cents and up. Wc tho MUucs Weienor gave a fooinl nt their mat cottage near tho depot. hnll. I'd beg, I'd entreat tho houris and ments to Germany under the reciprocity lead all in Finishings, It. It. Men's Supplies a specialty. We arc -- Mr. W. L. Welsh, late Adams homo in honor of their brother, Mr. Vat sirens to leave the glittering palaces of regulations of Uncle Jerry Husk, agent, is now clerking In WillinitiB who is headquarters for all kinds of Wciatier, of Knoxville, who i visiting sin nnd line to some foreign shore. If I abetter wenther than political prognos-ticatordry goods nt ore. them thought they would let mo in I'd go any leom Dodda, of Harrodsburg, la Tho democrat hnd tiitu n huccww : In conspqiiiMice of the invasion of It. H. KtiMhell in hia liutaher shop how and reason awhile with them. Do ful celebration hero on Saturday tiiisht, you reckon the police would catch the county by pirliui who nre buying )5d Htreet. Nov. ll. There were about 100 in thu on ,11 Stove-PipinCrockery, Qucensware, &c, always on Mr. J. S. Chrismnn ond wife will me up and shipping all the turkeys in the Tinware, Salt, was niuin-t- ai procession and purfuet order And without waiting for an answer liu county, the people of Isucnatcr are hand. Uh I what fine buiscuits this leave Thursday uip,ht for a ned. glided out into the silent night, mutter- having n hard time in providing for a Mesara. Alcorn, of Stanford, Holt, of vblt in Florida, whero Mr. C. has valuaing as ho went, "Oh, tho glittering, glit- suitable feast on Thanksgiving day. Not Pinuville, Hnya, of Uarbourville, Brock, ble orango grovra. tering palaces of sin! Yum, Yum, n goouiiT is to ue lounu nt tin groceries Dr. Hobort Knox and bride, of of Iondon, Mnrra, of Jullico, nnd Makes. Try it. We have Fish, Oysters and Celery every Friday and great is the indignation of the citiTexas, aro hero on a visit to rel YUM!" of Louisville, aro some of the and Saturday. Wc buy hides, furs, feathers, eggs, &c Look out for zens thereat. All that can bo done is to MI00LEBURG. altorneyB that attended court here last atives and friends. The doctor is a naline ol Xmas goods. They arc coming to Rowland. All grin nnd bear it and take consolation in our immense tive of Jloylc county, a non of the Into week. kinds of fine Qucensware, Decorated Lamps, &c, &c. Candies, cakes Geo. Durham ia sprouting a the old doggerel: The young people gav tho MImch David Knox. fruits, &c. Give us a call before buying, as we can save you money. "Who would be a turkey hen, Mr. I. K. McGoodwin siidcrcd a O'Mara n aurprlao parly last Monday Itev. J. N. Howling has returned Kod and fattened in a pea. Respectfully, nlulit. There were about 20 in attend slight stroke of paralysis Tuesday morn, from Missouri. Killed and eaten by hungry men? Let the poor old turkcr K" ance nnd a pleasant evening was jipent ing. Ilia friends trust ho may soon re Mary K. Wiloher, a little daughter cover. Ho has bcuii threatened in this It Is reported that a wedding is to by thoae present. of John Wilcher, painted tho lifo size -- Mr. Willie 11. Myera Ppeut last Sun way several times in tho past few years. portrait of (irover Cleveland used at take place in our town on Thanksgiving Tho Indies Mission Society of tho day nt Woodbine. Mm. K. A. Unusey, night of tho day, but as we know nothing definite 2d Presbyterian church gave a dinner the ratification hero on the we defer any statement concerning tho wife of tho editor of iho Herald, return1ith iust. ed lust Saturday after a two.weeks' visit nnd supper at Fox's photograph rooms A young man who .does business sumo. Miss KmiiM Grinstead, of Brodhead, to Cincinnati. Mr. 0. It. ILvirIi, of lin- Tuesday, from which $170.01 was realthan a thousand miles from here, J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. apont laat .Sunday in WllllainBbtirg. ized. Mrs. C. II. ltodes Is the president wns heard to remark after it was ascer- is visiting hor aunt, Mrs. Hunlcy Singleden, of tho society. Mra. Ford, who baa been sick for several thai Cleveland was elected, that ton. Miss Lillie Kemper, of Marksbury, 1892. Mr. F. CJ. Olfutt is visiting friends tained tnontba, IsiioUcxpected to live many he would have to leave this country ns visited Misa Delia Hughes last week. of 1). in iSiuiw)ii county. Col. Win. Utiko Normal School teacheri. Supsrlor course in I terature, Mutic and and Full days. Mrs. Ford ih a hu could not do a successful business Messrs. Tom and Will Kason were called Art. corps cfCotiiervatory department. Catalogues anJ circulars furnlthed on plication. Excelicnt hoarding was called to Fayettu county Tuesday at. I Sprowle. On home to. ittend their father, Judge Ea- a democratic administration. under M. Kllinon. one of our promi- by tho serioua illnes1) of his daughter, hearing of It J. C. Coulter sent him son's funeral. Mips Jesaio Vikinson is Mr. J. ' Mlna Mary. County Clerk It. S. Nichnent merchant, and Mitw Maude word to take Isaac llurdett, go to Afriia tho guest of Miss Jennie Lackey. Miss ols was in Frankfort Wednesday. wero married Hattio Vaughan hns returned to Shelby-villof llarbourville, nnd start a side show. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Dunlap have n, Mrs. Dr. Joe Rogers, of Wednesday morning, Nov. 23, at the Some ;!00 or 100 democrats celebratIntl., is visiting her mother, Mrs. homo of tho brlde'a parenta. After tho tiiivcd into their handsome new resi ed tho election of G rover Cleveland here ceremony thu party left on the morning dencM on West Broadway. Col. T. M. on the night of the loth. Tho town was Pattio Gill. Kd Arnold Is visiting in train and uut to London Hnd took din- Green and family will toon occupy the illuminated from one end to the other Crab Orchard. Mr. Will Mnrrs has been shall kcep constantly on During the year 1892 I ner at the Catching Hotel and bark to rt'fidence on I.cxitiiton avenue just va- with candles aud lnuterns. Tho band hero for a few days. Mr. Frank Marks-burstock of will entertain the Sunflower Club, hand a full and complete Williamsburg ou tbo evening train. Mr. cated by Mr. Dunlap, mid which they was out, seemingly in tho best of trim. William Perkins, of thla place waa Mr. purchased from Mrs. Eugenia Q Young, The flag anil banner nnd n por- Thursday evening. Miss Carrie Woods of Louisville. KIliaon'H beat man. of G rover Cleveland wero placed has returned from a visit to Hustonvillo. The democratic committee of Doylo trait Common pleas court adjourned Usl in thu hands of Messrs llrico P.dwurde, Mr. J. P. Sandifor, of Middlesboro, was Saturday morning. On Friday evening county, to whoso ellbrts in n great meas- William Benson and Isnac Cownu, Miroo here a fow days this week. Mits Allie tho bar and ollicera of thu court held a ure tho National democracy is indebted of the oldest democrats in the county, Wnlker Jb visiting Misss Sue Doty. itfl last grand victory, is now commeeting and adopted resolutions express- for nnd at the head of a brilliant torchlight posed as follows: Precinct No. 1, L G. A HUNDRED YEARS FROM NOW. ing their regard and esteem for Judge My stock of procession inarched through town to Hnnkla; No. 2, H. K. Hay; No. II, I). O. Tlualoy, after which Judge Tinaloy was J auto Wash Institute, whero Geo. K The surging sea of hum am lifo foiever onward 5?r ; No. 5, rolN, ushered Into the court room and tuado a May; Mo. 0, J. P. Harbison, Stone was announced to speak. Mr. W. F. Davi; No. 0, S. It. McFerran; No. And bears to the eternal shore Its dally freight of In which bo complimented abort speech Stone is able nnd eloquent, and being souls. Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my 'customers ol 11. Honta, Jr.; No. S, C. It. Andertho Wl'timnsbiirg bar for the respect 7, J. by Prof. J. N. HuiThe for an Though bravely sails ourbarlc pale death drompt service, low charges and courteous trcatment;jMr. Thomas son; No. !, G. I). Malum; No. 10, P. 1). Introduced they had always paid the court and their sits at the prow, hour and 15 minutes held his audience A. R. PENNY. D.LTon in charge. lIussinpjNo. 11, C. II. Helm. a. promptness in their attention to with such arguments ns tilled every dem- And few shall know we ever lived a hundred e The question aa to whether tho years from now Tho meeting then adjourned to ocratic heart present with joy. He was 0! ary precinct, town or city in IJoylo meet at the Williamsburg Hotel, whoio heartily applauded at every good point Oh' mighty human brotherhood! why fiercely an oyster supper had been prepared. county can vote for or against saloon and they wero all good, but when ho Whilewar and strive, h as ample space fur evGod's great world will come np before Judge McOyatera were in abundance and everywould refer to Cleveland it looked as erything alive? Leglala-tur- o one had all they could desire In any Ferran next Saturday, A lato though tho houso top would come oil'. Uroad fields, uncultured and unclaimed, are waitunder tho old constitution passed n ing for the plow way they could wish them. tho conclusion of Mr. Stone's speech law protiibiting tho sale of liquor by re- At Of projrera that shall make them bloom a hunScott nil sang a song which boought dred years from now. In Cutter county Wiley Weller and tail in Baylo county for livo years from forth roars of laughter from tho demohia wlfo left his wife and children locked tho passage of the net. IScforo tho five cratic hide of the house, though both Why should we try so earnestly tn life's short, narrow span in tho house while they went to church. years hnd half expired tho new couBtitu- - sides wero democratic. Tho rest of the On golden stairs to climb so high aboo our brothIs heceiving- His L'on went into eirct and under that inThe bonne caught fire and tho children ? er man consisted of auvil shooting, strument the present Legislature pngsed exercises indulged in by everybody, Why blindly at an earthly shrine in slavish homwere burned to death. which was age bowT Near .Stubenville, Ohio., n lot of a local option law, which foiiiu of tho aud when, the writer left L'nclo Harve Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. laborers on a railroad becamo lawyers construe to mean that a certain McAninch was singing "Poor Old Ned" Our gold will rust, ourselves be dust, a hundred Hungarian yean from now. angered at their boss and locking hiin up per cent, of tho voters of any precinct to the delight of tho crowd. 1 am proud world's in a big tool box Bet it on lire. Ho can upon proper uotico demand nn op- to su everything passed oir quietly and Why prlc so much the blamoF appla so much its a tdiort portunity to vote on tho saloon' lfcouso would have been cremated in not a single person seemed to be under A fleeting echo is Its voice of.ccnsure or of lame, while had not several teamsters arrived question in their precinct. Other legal tin influence of whisky. William Mil- The praise that thrills the heart, the settrn that lights liink that so long as the li dyes with shame the brow, , aud put a stop to tho proceedings. ler and JeUereon Short, who wero candream a hundred years The completed returns of tho elec- law is not iti express terms repealed, no didates for Bherilf add jailer, wero pres- Will be as now . (Late Alexander's Hotel.) from vote ran be taken on tho saloon licent-tion in Pennsylvania show a total repart. Oh, patient heart, that meekly bear ywur weary question, unless tho voice of the entire ent and took quite an uctivo publican voto of 610,011 nnd a democratload ef wrougl Rates $2.50 Per Day. republican county is heard. It is mi interesting Gunrftntood'Ouro for La Grlppo. ic vote of 152,001, making a Oh, earnest hearts, that bravely dare, ami strivWe nutlione our advertised druggist to ull you loss in tho re- question, and purely one of law. 17. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-House- , The majority of Oil,!) ing, grew mere strung! Or kintr's New Ditiovvrv for Consumption. Tuesday evening ns tho I.nteuiou Coui;li and C0I1N, upon this condition: It you Press on till porfeet peace Is wxmj you'll never publican voto us compared with l yeare Ivy. ..rttiL'ii.l with I.i Gnnt and will use this rem s dream of how ngu is 10,000, while tho increase in tho Joe unai. was reclining on an ornamental edy aoordihj; ti directions, ijivin? it a fair trial : W. R. LOGAN, A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, divan in Ida luxuriously furnished sanc- and Ckperinc no Leoeflt, you may return the bot- You struggled o'er life's thorny road a hundred democratic voto Is 5,000. years from ntnv. Manager. Marshall, clerks. tle and have your money retu'uded We maku J. J. tum, weeping bocnuu there wero no this otfer became of tho wonderful success of D Grand, lofty souls, wlm Use and toll that fieedom, s N'ew Discovery durinsr lakt season's epi more kingdoms for tho democratic hosts Kmr Ad honed Scdo tclU hit atory InJiilaiu but , demic Mate heard of no case in whirh it failed. right and truth J.N. MENEr-K- I entered. Try it Trial bottles frco at A. R Penny's drug Alone may rul-- the uimeroe, for yeu in cnJIet a. c. SINK laticuane for th benefit of Iho public. to conquer, old Gaulstones "Oneofmy ilnMren tooV. a evere cold and got There was something about his manner store t.aite liie joe and $!. youth! the i roup. I Re her a traipuonful of ChamberafWhen, 'mid the Most, with God you rest, the Good Looks. lain'! CimikH Itemedy and in livo mlnutfti later which showed he wanted to talk, so gratelul land shall bow thU time ho hatl tocoufih ter a preliminary cough or two ho bognn: Good tool are more than skin deep, depending jnvehtr one more. her throat. Then the went to upon u healthy condition of all the viul organs. It up OuiKaihcrint your clay "Why don't you write up tbo glitter- the liver be mactivu you have a bilious look, II Above from row, in reverent loc a hundred yean. sleep ami tier! Bod for lilteeti tncnuto. I'hen ycur stomach be disordered you have a dyspvptic the cot up anil vomited, then the went hack tu btl ing palaces of sin?" and Aiepl tfood Tor the remainder ol the night. She look and f your kidneys be affected you havo a you got the croup thewcond night and cave her the "Whero are tho B.iid palaces?" quoth pinched look Secure your health Is and great will Karth's empire use auk fall. Tune! like brtkerk write all on thy shore, the retulu amorcmedy llh the aamo k have good looks. Klectric Hitters m aomo one n the I, J., sharpening his pen. tcruthe and toiuq, acts directly on these vital or. Thev r'isli upsn thy rocks of doom, go down, and lint uccautn I thiiught there might be same need ana not know the truo merits ol this Cures nimplrs, blotches, boils and Rlvps n the "Oil, young man, they are bore, they sans. complexion. Sold at A. K Penny's drug are no more! wonderiut medUtue " Charlct A. Thompseen, good per bottle Thy starry wildernes of or!Js that gem night's Dei Molntt, Iowa aj and 50 cent boltlei Tor tale are there, they aro everywhere. There store, 50 and Optician, by Dr. M. I.. Iluurne, radiant brow nra thousands of thorn In Danville. To S'anford, Ky. Oflicc Many old vitdlers who contracted chronic Will li;lu the skies for other eyes u hundred years have since own perma. right, to tho left, up every atreet, while the service tho Irom now. nently cured of It by Chamberlain's Cholic. Choi Doalroil Information. down every avenue may be Beeu the rra'and Dui.rlun Keinidy. For sale by Dr.M Wo tlemro to impimt upon thelmindi of the pubI,, ltournr. Druggist and Optician, Stanford. Ky Our father, to whe sleepless eyes the past and lic the tupenunty of the service otierttii b, the glittering palaces of sin, supported by future stand Chicago and columns of porphyry, opal WWcontin Central Mnet nnd amber, An open page, like babewe cling to Thy protect" Bucklln'aArntca Salva. Milwaukee and St. Paul, Minneapolis lJulutli and ing han''; all point In the Morthwctt. Two fast tratnt leave built of marble from the quarries of sunThe best salveln the world lor cuts, bruises Chicago daily for St Paul, Minneapolis nd tetter, salt rheum, fever d houris sores, ulcers,chilblains, corns sores,all sfcir. chap Change, sorrow, death are naught to us if we may with Pullman Voitlbulcd Drawing Room ny Italy, filled with erupand ped hands, safely bow Sleepert and Coaches of latealdealfin II Dining from Isplhnu, Harrodsburg, Stanford and tions and positively cures piles, or no payrequir Car Service Uuaiurpasted. It is the only romo guaranteed to trivw perfect tatislacticn, llcneath tho shadow of I'hy throne, a hundred ed. It it Lancaster, tho setting sun burnishing or money refunded. Price Having bought out the remnant of the stock of John B. Fosrer, nu per box. to the Pacific Coast ovor which both Pullman e.irs from now and l'ullman Touritt Cart are Ky, of Sever(From the selections of the editor's dear, dead I am now disposing of it at less than cost in the basement without change. their more than Assyrian splendor, the For sale by A. R. Penny, Stan lord. oiierated Irom Chicago via St. Paul Parapbeltt giving valuable Information can be gray dawn pooping at them ns they re is nothing better than to wife, and printed in loving memory of her.) ance's store, preparatory to For lanio back there obtained free upon application to your nearott Pair. !n' poso after nights of high carnival; there saturate a llannel cloth with Chamberlain's Iryit ticket acl, or t J'- Cl ,' ond' .r:0"6"1 patts. Chicago, III. Balm and bind It on the affected prompt The Cincinnati Weekly Gazette standa er and Ticket Agent, relief tt they nre, there are tho glittering palnces and you will be surprised ait the will cure rheumaat the front among tho be.it family newssame tmitmcn affords. The of Bin." tism. Kot sale by I)r. M. L. Hourue, Drucsut and papers and each issue contains a rich, "You are sure they glitter right smart, Optlcisn, Stanford. Ky. intellectual feast for every member of aro you?" suggested the 1. J. conservaHavtaKliiileifto till even its camthe home circle. Its agricultural deWhen Baby waa stcV, wi rhvo )ier Costorla. tively. In the new storeroom of Mr, Withers, now nearing completion. I te paign purpose, tho American CafetorU. partment and market reports aro very am agent for and have on hand the Oliver Chilled Plows, Studebaker Miea alio waa a Child, aho cried for "Glitter, glitter, glitterl Oh, how mill at Anderson, Ind, was saturated valuable featured for farmers and have tbose palaces of siu do glitter." When ah rncara Misa, rh clung to Castorl. Wagons and the Dicks Famous Feed Cutter. with coal oil ami burned. Tho Gold and tllver and pieclout ttonet, long ,been popular with them. The Wlion aho had Children, iho g ve them Catorla. It will be to your interest to give me a call. Silki and satins and lacet rurc, liar may neo in tliia incident tho forecast Weekly Gazette should be taken in comIhupellof music's sweetett tones of the fate that awaits him in the next bination with this paper. And sirena, fairest of the fair. world. --. THANKSGIVING 1892. : Let us give Thhnlzs u ntoGocl for His m er-c-y JBndureth P orever. v Kx-ptefB Thnnkpgiving furvicts will bo hold nttho Presbyterian church on Thursday. Walton Kann, firmer police judge of Lancaster, died at his residence nt 10 Yes think, that is what A. M. on tliii 'd init , and will bo buried by the I. (). O. V. on Thur-daHo 2-- y. K OFFERI OUR SPECIAL "XT 3C 1XT want X wc you to do, when you read ....... - j I m zmmm Groceries- I rfi ip Boots $2.50 . Hardware. two-week- a Itich-ardso- n, GhI-vesto- n, OBELISK FLOUR STEPHENS & i- - T.I uioue-tach- e. . KNOX. j. Stanford Female College, Fall Session Tuesday, September 6tli, t V-- l .1 M t h-s- s sister-in-la- Kng-lan- e. Bloom-ingtp- PENNY. DRUGGIST AND JEWELER A. R. J i 1 i kH M y 5S31 life-si- ze Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, WATCHES, CLOCKS & J2SWEX.RX busi-iiea- pec-p!- NN FAILIL&VlCKfTG!M'(&lD 1f H.6.R0PLEYf-- - "fl Why-drea- ye-ye- ar THE WILLARD. Louisville, j 1 11 & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The aud Yard Ucpol Street, Stanford, Ky. I 1 STANFORD LUMBER YARD, d(ar-rha- -i 111 Du-lu- lh dark-eye- TO TIBIKS PUIBMC firtt-cU- - Opening Out a of Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, &c, Full Stock tin-pla- tin-pint- o J. S. Van AESD AXiH - ?&- - i -- vlh; 1 8emi-Week- ly InteriokJouknal 1892 ta.xford.Ky., November 24, W. P. WALTON. SIX ' : PAGES. . j Another year has rolled nrounil with its joya and its sorrows, its triumphs and ita failures, ita rewards and its reverses, einco rra enjoyed the annual ing appointed by proclamation of tlio president for proper recognition of God's goodness to us personally and as a nation. In the latter respect there is unusual cause for thankfulness. At peace with ail the world and as one of our presidents once added, and the rest of mankind, and staridin in tlio forefront of all the nations of the ulobe, we have been singularly bleassd with thrift and material wealth. Our people have prospered; the soil has yielded bountifully to the husbandman's toil, and our in dustries have been rewarded with genDisease and pestilence erous profits. has been withheld from us, while other countries have been screly ecourged Ttith epidemics diro and decimating. The Great Unlcr has Bhowered bleesing after blessing upon us and for them there should not breathe a soul s dead as not to acknowledge His goodness in humble and unfeigned thanks. To live in the advanced condition of the world which we now enjoy is another blessing that demands our gratitude. Wo have everything to add to our comfort and increase the joys of lile marvuls and wonders beyouu calculation, it is indeed a fiolden ago and 'We are living;, we are dwelling In a grand and awful ttm In an ageon ages telling To bo luing Is Bublime.'' TURN. snys that the last time sho visited Tennyson the present administration admitted six now laureate was smoking, and she noticed States intojtho Union, somo of them it was North Carolina tobacco, tlmi. j with less population thautthls Congress- Lowell had scat him. Tiic eitate left by the poet Whlttier ional district. But raccally deeds don't is much larger than was expected even always thriyo and retribution and jusby his most intimate friends. It Is tin- tice 8ometimes overtake the perpetrattlcrttooU that hU copyright alone brlnj, ors. Ouo of the new States has turned in now an income of 3,600 a year, against tho party in power and the oth- while the total ralue of his estate it ' ers are retained by so slim a majority as placed at tl3'J,000. to put their control in doubt. The Sen-atline. F.ia.:cju Hodoso.i Burkbtt eaja which a few years 1130 was thought uiai ane iiae made up atories ever a and perpetually repub- sue can remember anjthinjr. and to be ene was ven years old she has lican, will pass out nf tho hands of tho since written them. Nearly every person, conspirators on the return of Mr. Cleveand incident pests to her a land to the White House. Surely this is story connected with suj them. enough to make the heart of every dom-oc- at Pkiiuai-there has nerer been antill with joy and thankfulness to- other British cabinet that has conday. tained as many literary men as the present one. Mr. Gladstone, l'rof. Tiik first presidential Ttianksgiviug Bryce, Lord Rosebery, Mr. John Mor-leproclamation was issued by Washington Sir George O. Trefelyan und Mr. in 17Sl, appointing a day to give thanks Acland are all men of letters. for the adoption of tho constitution. Lonii TE.t.tTSO on the verj?e of the From then till 1S6.1 numerous days were last election wrote of Mr. Gladstone' so appointed, when in that year Presi that he "loTed the man but hated his English papers and cordent Lincoln issued a proclamation ap- policy." respondents now assert that this utter-nnc- e pointing the last Thursday of November was the premier's real reason for for general thaukegiviug and since then not Uttending the poet's funeral. every president has uniformly appointed A will of tho penplo and retain their grap on tbo Senate tlio republicans under the To perpotuate thoir power against tho OF LITERARY Ak.ta. Thackhkat niTCitiE Overcoats, Dry Goods, Flannel's, Notions, 1 j j Cloaks, , ' w ' e, rock-ribbe- d Comforts, Vests, Shoes, u 3 Blankets, Hose, ., y, H Let us show our appreciation of these manifold blessings by exerting ourselves to leave such footprints on the sands of time as will make the world better for our having lived in it. The country has just passed peacefully through a political revolution thai would have shaken other republics from centre to circumference, another evidence of the substantunlity of our institutions, the good sense of our people and the blessings of a Supreme Being. These be things for devout thankfulness, but after all tlio charm of this annual festival is in the household, where families meet in glad reuniou to enjoy the day. A bounteous feast is spread and if there be no vacant chair at the table all is joy and happiness. But that vacant chair! How many households bavo it and how many of us have been called on since last Thanksgiving to giro up the dearest triends earth can bestow. God pity all such and if there can bo no more thanksgiving reunions on earth, may He reunite them in thankfulness when death is swallowed up in victory and the weary are eternally at rest. Thrice ble&eed is he who can under any and all circumstances say "Thy will be done" and "give thanks always for all things." it This settles it. The old umpire of the Newport Journal never fails to render a prompt, proper and satisfactory decision whether the question be political, religious, base ball, beer or what not. Listen to his warble: Some of the press boys are hustling 'round for certificates that each one of them was the identical man who was the original Cleveland man in Kentucky. The mail who was for Cleveland after Cleveland was nominat-nate- d did his whole duty and is a good enough Cleveland man for all purposes. But the real Original Cleveland man, who wouldn't tolerate the idea of anybody else for piesident, and who, on that sole point, even permitted himBelf to try to mix a little acid with his kindly nature is the man who is crank enough to say that he doesn't want anything, and who means what he sayB, yet would grace any office to which he aspired, and his other name is Walton, of the Interior u i? ii It it Journal. Mk. W.vtteuson has a douole leaded in article in Tuesday's which he apserts that the verdict of the pfoplt) s expresed at the polls on tho Sth 19 thrtt a tariir for revdnu must replace the protective tarilF. This must be done us quickly 11s possible with no undue ha3te, and so as not to disturb any valuable industry. Mr. Wattersou thinks that six weeks before the next December session will bi time enough for the extra session, which Mr. Cleveland will call if tho exegeucie of the time deman d it. Courier-Journal Ohio's ollicial vote has at last been announced. The republicius elect all their electors but ouo by a'plurality of 1,074 and they also elect their candidate for secretary of state by about the eame. One vote for Cleveland and so small a plurality, considering(that she gave Harrison 10,509 over Cleveland in 1888, looks like the Buckeye State is coming around to the right point. D. Marccm, of theJCatlettrt-bur- g Democrat, is one of the happiest of tho boy since the election. He is a good democrat in the first place and having gotten a taste of pie when G rover was in before, he is smacking his lips with blissful anticipations of four years more in clover. Editor T. the hiBt Thursday in November fB IF YOU WOULD BE HAPPY Thanksgiving Day and tho governor of Do.Vt get "mad as a matnearly iteSletee have followed with ter what tho occasion hatter," no for inctignatioe proclamations concurring. may be. Ungovernable passions don't pay. Tiik prohibitionists made a small gain Do.Vt fail to toe the mark, when in Ohio. In 18S8 they cast 24.35G votes, there is a mark to toe, and be Mire the in 1392, 20,007. At this rate they may get heel doein't fall where the toe thould in sight of tho promised land in the be found. Dos't "fret yourself to duath." Fretsacchariferoua subsequently, but hardly ting is the principal ingredient in the before the millennium. devil's prescription for developing Tiikrk have been 41 murders in LouDo't jet the blues, no matter how isville this year and but one or two black overhead clouds may be. Deshangings that we can recall. Both recpondency is never a sourco of delight ords break the old ones. Henry either to self or selves. tho assassin of Sam Sander?, is tho Don't eat to gluttony or fast to a latest to be jailed. point next door to the pains of hunger. Gluttony leads to bestiality, and With $1,350,000 in the Suite treisury to unpardonable hin. the General Assembly will not adjourn Don't be slow of footstep in tho ways till the last day in tho evening. Only of well doing; on tho other hand, don't when the auditor announces that the be too fast about it. The waste that money is gone will the per diem states- hustc makes is often as damaging as is tho failure to get there. men go. Don't try to take all the world's burTin: oilice seekers are about to drive dens on your own shoulders, but rather Mr. Cleveland to distraction and he is make the responsibility of enrrying a preparing to flee to the mountains of divided one. Be generous and give rather than keep Uepsidam or those in North Carolina, Good Housekeeping.the biygeht half. which is about the same thing. GATHERED IN OTHER LANDS. Cleveland will bo no miuority presiTun new British parliament contains dent. He bus about as many votes as reeighteen brewers, being six less than publicans, populiBls and prohibitionists the former parliament. combined. The year of jubilee has I.v many of tho English country come. houses there are now rooms set aside especially for the ladies to smoke In. NEWSY NOTES. "Lutetia," tho ancient name of Corbett, tho pugilist has invested Paris, means, in effect, "mndtown;" the city, when the Romans found it, be$33,000 in New York real estate. ing composed chiefly of mud-buiGenT. V. Powderly was houses. eral Master Workman of the Knights of Tea and tobacco are assigned as the Labor. explanation of tho prevalence among At Milwaukee William Binder a Rusjsian women of crime over the wombook keeper, shot and killed his wife, en of any other nation. They smoke cigarettes constantly, and drink enordaughter aud himself. his Mrs. Charles Bleichort caned J. O. mous quantities of strong tea. "TKAns'ofSt Lorenzo' U the poetic Mulholland, a merchant, on a prominame given by the Italians to falling nent street in Louisville, because he stars. The reason of the name is that sent her an insulting message. shooting stars aro mo&t numerous durIn Sitka, when au Indian wife has ing the period wl- u- theCHtholie church lost her husband by death, she goes in- celebrates the mar.yrdom of St Lawto mourning by painting tho upper half rence. of her face a deep black. A COLLECTION OF ALL KINDS. Several lives have been lost in Washington State by the floods. Towns are 1'akiiots cost but 10 cents each to the under water, and bridges and railroad dealers-iSouth America. Tiik discovery has boon murii that tracks have been washed away. trees giow wild in Lee Mr. F. P. Combeat, the nw member from Casey and lluBsell, has been county, Florida. A little girl in Buckley, Wash., aged placed on the committees of internal imfourteen, committed suicide rather than provement, immigration and labor. attend school. A Now York paper publishes a story Thk staff of life is the staple producto the effect that Senator vjuay bled the tion of a firm named Death it Clutch, National republican committee to the ex- in Franklin, O. They run a flour mill. tent of $30,000 before quitting the sinkTiik Western Michigan diocese has decided that hereafter, at all vestry ing ship. The Kentucky Trotting florae Breed- meetings, women may vote for vestryers' Association, at Lexington, Tuesday, men. Ham: dye is considered so detrimental declared a dividend of 100 per cent Tu e to long life that a Paris insurance comstockholders decided a half inter pany refuses to insure the lires of perest in the Lexington Fair Association's sons who use it. grouuds. SMILES. By tho explosion of 25 kegs of blasting powder in a West Virginia colliery, Whkn the small boy early for opposite Steubenville, O., two miners the pantry it isn't to avoid the jam. were initautly killed, three were fatally Chicago Inter Ocean. injured and seven others were badly It Is probable that if the Dalton boys hud thought it over they would have hurt. The Kansas Legis'ature is again ag foreseen that tho residents of Coffey-vill- e would stand their grounds. BufHating the question of dividing the State falo Express. Western inhabitants claim that the II B shouldn't say 'shoulder arms!' go to the eastern citizens. Demo to those cavalrymen." "Why not?" crats fayor the division as it will give au-- j "They have nothing but swords. He other democratic State. ought to say 'shoulder blades!' Y. The otlicial cjunt in Kansas contra-- , Sun. diets the early report that a call for u "HAVKyou ever crossed the ocean?" constitutional convention had carried. "No. and don't think I ever will." The proposition was defeated by a ma "Then you don't know what it is to jonty of 1,289 The result is a great dis. realize Uiat land is out of sight, turn appointment to the in whatever direction you may." "Yes, I do, though. 1'vo been in a western CHURCH AFFAIRS. town boom." Chicago Inter Ocean. Hev. A. V. Sizemore will preach at ENGLAND'S SOVEREIGN. Logans Creek at 7 o'clock Sunday night. The union Thanksgiving service will QvKiui Victoria, has a cabiuet of ose: bo held this morning at 10:30 at the dnBarri china wkich is said to be worth MHlliodlst church, Rev. J. It. Deering of- $150,000. The servant girl is not allowed to dust it. ficiating, Qukkx ViCToniA hn. not worn corsete Rev. K. B. Mahony has received a folllattering call to the Baptist church at for many years. Princess Beatrice lows her mother in, this respect, and Middle, Tenn. He has not yet decided has also discarded the corset. whethor or not he will accept. Qukkx Victoria has a Swiss dessert The meeting at tbo Methodist service which is valued at 250,000. 81m; church is progressing with increasing carries tho key of the cabinet in her interest. Good congregations attend pocket for fear the family cat might get and much interest is manifested. One among the precious crockery. Tnu sons of the emperor of Germany a Jdition Tuesday night. will visit Bngland shortly and will Mrs. John Weber, wifo of the old have to be very good boys while they are beer dealer of Junction City, died of staying with their tho queen, who likes children "to bo pneumonia Tuesday. seen, not heard." 1 Bui-row- Clothing, Pants, Hats & Caps Underwear, FORISALE QR EXCHANGE! Heating Skirts, eee 4 v s, Shawls, MBiBE'a-y- g uAt-starvati- FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. - - -- William lackey sold to K. 1). Kennedy 100 ewes at MM. John Spoonamori- - sold to Spenct' lluhhlrt V lino pair of mules for i'JSO. . " ZTjTb. Foster bought of O. Ador s hops averaging 250 pounds, at fi cents. L F. Klkin bounht of U. C. Givt-n13 shoats, weighing 100 pounds, at Ijo. Houfio and 0 acres in F01: Hknt. 12 to go in corn. T. M. White. m heat and Jersey cow for sale. Fresh J. T. Hocker, Turnoraville. Kubanks Bros, bought of Mrs. lElha lingleman 160 barrels of corn, at the shock, at SLS5. Nancy Hanks has earned 83,000 this'.year. Mr. Forbes! and Bud Doble have n picnic in her. John Anderson sold to Ilcrrin, of Rockcastle, a bunch of extra good: short at 31 cents. sale at Danville. Monday, At Uuo'a Porter Sandidgo bought Lnla D., black filly 1 year old by Garrard Chief, for s StovesStove Pipe, Ziec, I Coal Vases, and Coal Hods, Shovels Tongs and Pokers. Enterprise and InlcVJMcnt Cutters, LanCans, Butcher Knives We want Carving Sets. COUNTRY PRODUCE And always pay the highest'price. Give us n call, MoKHTXTEIT BEOS. lt WE ARK- - J 235. Ware .Vermilion eold SO wethers to John llobineou, of Mercer, at $3 2o per head. Judge Irving Halsey, of the Kentucky Stock Farm, has bought of W. C. Franco & Son., of this county, the bay weanlliiK lllly by Bed Wilkes, dam Alneua. by Alinont, for $2,600. Advo William Morelaud bought of S. M. at fl cent; Owens a bunch of heavy-hogof K. r. Woods a bunch at 6. He bought of Silas Anderson a hunch of Ho ship-neheavy oxen at 2 to 2J cents. butcher a ... . m !....: il.aii.niit titm t 'J cattle 10 uinciuu.ui s d ear-load.l- THE SOLE AGENTS - FOR - cate. THOMPSON'S GL07E n 1,000-poun- india-rubb- er lu-r- ackey's Hale, Tutsday, Capt. A. G.Talbott, auctioneer, reports property sold as follows: Four head of yearling stcera at ?:W; 5 forward calvi s 2;i50;7latH calves $14.05; milk cows $3 00 per brail; hors. $20.50 to f .H; to $07; wheat 51c per bushel; corn esSlll $1.50 barrel in the shock; hay $7 per stack; fodder 8c per shock. Houoo and kitchen furniture brought good prices. Farming implements Isold well. . Good crowd; bidding spirited. At Win. M. I Htn-e- to 2 cents. - FITIII : CORSETS. . SIX : DIFFERENT STYLES. TO T3CE LADIES. MI1.I.1.INERY ever nunaifu in V"r" .1 ihe vrsnUof Ihn ru ...tit. ..n A.nrtal view rtoI.I..I....1I Wltllj "J" ... . trade. Mm .Norn wticn.oi U with me thl. eaon and I ricner d every'thin to bo In the U e. and mo Udle. Ippvetl lahlon 1, he which are invited to n an5eainine my goo-UI. will take plnii-urH-- 3ii:viiiBAMii: & mm0 V. amreiriv!nK..i..of Hie mol rlwnl tineti.l sii.. """"""" ... n 1 II. WEAKEN. MRS. A. V. JAMKS CALL AND SEE -- oili-cesa- ll .hawK. MjS UCCihj)1.;aZLKV. Our new line of-- I "X. For Sale Privately. Residence and 14 Acres o Land j Mt A House and Lot in Stanford, On Damille pike t mile from Slantord. 71 On l)4nvllle trcct. MRS FANMK OUNN. JK. T. HEATING STOVE Coal Hods, Vases. IViccrs, Shovels, Kitchen Sets, Zincs, So)o Russia IronJPipc, ect. V TKAUH, r. STH5LXJB &i . W H. WEAKEN & CO. PKACrK AL.- -. Plumbers wmkmautuip. and Steam Fitters. ? for Dealer in all kindi oflron and llrait Cloodi All tteam and water Sanitary Cooda of alt kind, and work guaranteed againit, defective material FARRISil& HARDIN, .Dealers In. C. J. POWI1IL, -- UEALSR IN- - General -:- - Merchandise, to erve la offer MAMBWABE 9 .AND. llai opciifd hi atock of goody and Ii ready the people of Stanford and vicinity. He And Country Produce, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner Sets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. .,. great-grandmoth- Ing unheard of llargalni and all who want (od nt the lowest possible price ahouM nlm on Lojan Avenue, near Lancaster pike -- II I I .. .r,Jit JfSmmL. -- Semi-Weekly Interior Journal .b- THANKSQIVINQ 1H02 Btanfokd, Kv., Novrmbrk o li-- HYMN. Pro-tr- FADS l AND FASHIONS. . TlUVVaC Ure Train All rriand: loaie Kulnrt nttui m i.d unt now. praaonc" ntMr, Umd)(-ilrln- it.cwAi.TON.iJUB. MonnRer Two Unusually Good Offeis. KRALCHTMAH r.lH"s IMrtt Two ajroal MtliJr KmMwr r ' i? of FROM TOWM all new w ftorn wn RtiraMy terJ ' Vby urarlnz Te tic. j ;Hl'wifM brthit ""'"TALES railway .('! ii.it T0PIC8," l" - F' fmltfiil In fur the yar. Tay craeloire caM Oeaaath TmJne rye bt ptafteui anoto Spring, pmuimor, autMnn. fullaw. fetal trrry rood ki A New Yonrc society woman ha nn album which contains photographs of all her cotuine for the past ten yours. SouvKHHt nponus with Miner tii's owl, college fflrln with mortar-bonrc- J caps nml the hofiiai of ftivorile profes-Hor- s on tho handle nn quite the rape In fuahionuble nchooln for (Tirln. Maoicnta is notable in the feather colon) because it In old enough to be new. Palo ntrew color is effective with black. WckkI color la uned repeatedly, and la combined with every nhade. ! ONCE MOHE. ror I.aat Toar'a Mnnjr Mrrelea Let Ua lie Truly nratefnl. 2T'8 time to be 2g? thhnkful again, j and, by JimVnv, uMjI lllilLi1 seem r S5 it don't mote than sixty days since last T h a lc (.giving day. For thus 11 THANKFUL 1 1 uuiflSTl I It Is -go seasons that the am a merry- continual I'bAlTa dtMltnMl box-plai- ts Oat Dsestober tit, tenia, pri. en. '" ad '" aUuf ml atrtaa, I3.B3E2 le til who id li turASr.w round. With rich abundant-- rural toll Ic crowned. The aeeda thai fe.l along the k4Uld fcrw. tried ami A thounand .'oM relurtied '.emastloDr e.r TbWlMtil, ra'dat. Hi liplM. M With Koothlna; cud tb roeadowt yrt "WT weekly JMMMM rhe M The brawllHif herd.; the Uoter'B raflar hsh Si will be all who will at To contented T.fn louUs' from A bore Ike nulla Too n Topic mod "Tahw gtoteytttolfd ' dAta uwtf .January i, ,' pilx- - S NvO ad u HKek tattenlagater and our tkaaka nttci l we rr reneif Dnvoul of hert Inlintitbht o,itnrrly l tami wVlw, ?c(ular Te Tber" who gare the atin, lac rain and dew month ( the Mtcaii p year. or tba eh Hr cmee, ad re Thanks, too, for l'nhe e the sbtH's hearty ring; ea, oedera or New Yuk fcxcaaaae The merry litli- - that labor a the; ting. mil in wwial TOWN TOUCs. the " The wheetlag plane, ilia Wmi Stitct, New York ' awatlV trial "p- - lag Ih their m.iy S-- rr gratil ti t4 r "" 'eJ tw T) id CHESAPEAKE & OHIO Thai may on man if ihmalin HJ-lr- rule And erery utefal, hOBor bearing tool rl"". anc cotti.'ort taore bestow and aye my terse aaull Dow popular. Thy we seen cxtcnaively in tlte new kirt, ame-titne- s at the back and ttotnetitnes in the front, ThH others are arranged in Wat tea style, hanging; from the neck to the bottom of the akirt in the back. I.v new stationery pale lilac, with address or tnonoirratn in darker tonos, in Hhown. Lijfht ami dark irrcen nre also shown and a dark blue, with white lettering, is a nivelly. Uray in hoftast dove tints has tho andreon iu silver. In a stationer's shop the other day the decorative pswdbilitieaof writing' paper were most affectively demonstrated by a display of it in wheels and stars of color, hharilntf from lljjht to the dark- In particular-a- re to b those rf us are pure and consciences arc clear round for whoso hearts 11 est tint.. New double WelBS to the geaeroiM wan StAXI-WA- Y. Who maaure Datnre by the liberal ptan Uurlfht and faoneit: of forgirlug mlad. R'er thouehttul of hla Icaa utMretirfal kind. I'rompi In hit acUos, juat In tils acereea. IMaad most to aee a. fellow belsg pleated. Ke'or orer pfoM leauw! hla t eninrrs Coal And all other Knatern CHI... Who )wtao b' toOow by Ue Mit, a 1..hioo and Dhi orioa. "" ShtKiaalLtne prove ihe heart that Utrob Kaalera ToM.lt. beneath! Hade bath oft n nnftA ehrath. IK KFr'BCT VOW 1, iSy While suoKU of lead In (rorceous acabbttrdi nblne; The deiroat metata f row the deopeat mine. RAaTT HtVN'I. Ln. Ltwlnfrtoo Ily iMMreyed aoeentu Rreatet ktopdonrs fall. T a Ifn at. doltr AtUmU I till The dre le MtMae. hot the No a, flx Sun.H aa Midland AtOMMdaliun. Ool Glm tky thaatal not a the Pharkaoo, . latH riil.uled hapra. N n djity lint In thy oloaet on a fcutnbla hnoe." s Ml Sterling Arcmn . No J, What eMfrl ahotdat w trtrtj tn grterins Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, bt Loltlk, "Ii'a IMtjaa in 4it...... wrsfmit'Nu An euMctfta Auoai N IoumvIIIc Itxntcta N 1 caHietott Accent No I ?, elibld 1 tranfera Thmugk Meon hangr II W IL't.t.FR. t.en I'iu. At, 11 Laprtu N vi,j VtibuJod Tri'.i-t- a. i h 11 Snn daily daily UiIikin . . f5 .... ..iofna Swo . ... 4 trw a. lepm bnt aet a IlftHvkMMMh roffrAt DM w hrarU pare we do know oar parti. ournelTOk, onrscJvea rbtMkl Dining Can Lot 11400 No uwta wilkont . e mlhl with tantnraMe If whut we win wear. ProHd, haldnjE. w.xk' O Owl. of all ftboroi SUM be Thy jnxttoe tampered by Thy lere. CitAru.KH A I.OVKLY Wellington. (1 Ml'KKAN, OSCAIt 1 A'l I f II CloclHaati. raft Manager Qm. PaM.Agt HAN. Kuncitt IU.-K- . f.Af KorfolkiWestern y, ivJ R.H. Schedule Oct Addltxinal traint for Welch and inttrmrdlm p m daily atatium on KIkhutn It am ItlueficM I ralnamrc at Noitou Iruiu the Kil dally at l w P m and c wpm to achrduU, ralta for futlhtr fnlotmalRiii Ac , appl to acnt of Noifolk Wcttrrn Grn 1'jai .TAKK W II Coltimbui.ti Lynchburg, Richmond and NorloJk Ala Kneke) far WaihtKton, Hagrratvwti, ilatili-urj- , rttiladtlpbUaad New York Nor Pullman Slcrpltic Catt Itmii (llc via SoUob ami Kadfotd. alo Kadlont t'i Ni York, via blitrtamUati Junction, alto Ka.l lord lo atlitRgton, alto from Lymhtmreto Kub raoad. I taint tar I'ncahontat, Powhatan and Oool n. willltate IDucfield daily at A wam,l i P wand r is I' in illnrtiold 6m m dally (or Ktnura aol loul-villolo LWVK NOHTON DAILY m IsrUrakam, IMtteflelil, Putahoatat ar!3" t joi inlrrinrtlwic alalmtii oooamlor IMiicfiWd, lUJIaid, Keanoke. and (' l.ic AttltcColumlitia iiim IlKVll.l., Agt Ituneke, TIIK g))t0ltVIHt,'CWUATC!tltAt0"Pl((O''' THE WORLD'S FAIR . LINE TO MHCAfcWD, poaiWts wjisht .And And lien Yrtttbulrd IlulTet Sltrpine Can and I'atlorCara on all traiat. N'othinft ofcAit, bettaccominatUtloniqaicli Kirtett ami tt time and loweat rate. tor Informitloa addrctt IAS. 1IAUKKK.0. V. O.CKUSII, D. P. A , P. A.. Chlcato Louuville, Knoxrillo, Cumberland Cap k Louisville " Double lUily Schedule, it. u. Id Klfeet July 17, ikt. DJ'fy A DlynV A 830 6 JJ n..r. M 8J3 j 9 6 8 .. Knoivill(..... .. r. m. S4S S'4 .' 1 5 Dly t. 841 650 858 701 0.1 J 7 7'1 .K. ,V O. Junttien... ..... .llcvilly ..Malone) ulle ...... .I.utirell . 2 J 8 96 Corryton . joj 4 4 4 9 ?' 805 7 33 7 41 M9 7 4 10 ov 7J9 10 18, 8 10 as 8 19 017 a i I037 831 10 11 7JS jo u Waibbuin Williami Spring.., ....Oilman . Clinch Klvtr .. . I'oivilcr Spriuct 17 11 Vt 9") est Oil Manilllon Sprlnga 538 ..Cumberland tiai.. S 10 ... Tunnel Junction.... . a 14 5 '5 , II Junction 11 .M a.-4 59 i ..Mlddlcboro ... .' a 00 I 5 KOItTLI HOUND. Lisive Cumlicrlailil Uap, I., k N... .. ..10 00 p tn ' Corbln ... .....11 50 p rn " I.ivuiBilon " ... . 1 a tn " . . ..... 3 $0 a m " Winchetlvr 45 . II 103 a 4SI 930 57 9 4 ..Arthur . I'our Seatrtit.... . Aitlnir I.one MounUin. ..Tazewell .Powell lller . 4 IJ 3 39 3 5 3 49 47 7J 7 11 7 3J 2" '44 7co . . 3a 3 i 033 007 4S 550 4I 550 . 9 jo o7 9 SJ 16 100 ao 10 10 . " "' 33 Parlt Arrie taulivllle Leave Cincinnati " " . " .., ... " ... .... CinciniuJJ SOUTH llOUtfD. LeainKtmi Lnuiavillu jo a rn 30 a in 7 05 a m 7 ao a m 3 4 Arrivi Pirli Leiington " L.AN, 30 p in ....M O 45 pm .IO 30 pm " " ! Wincneater l.lvinjJton ........II .. ll iSpm 10 I 45 3 30 pm m Cumberland Gap ija ra Pullman Pataco Car Kuoarillo to Cincinnit without change. Connections made wilb all traitit North and North-wc- it at Grand Central depot. Cincinnati. ETThrough ticketa 011 aalo at City Ticket nlfice iiSGay atrectand Depot Ticket odlce, foot West Main ttreet, Knoxvllle. For any Information a to routci, ratoi, etc.ap-pl- y 1 to W. A.ULV, ActinRGen'lPr Agt., HHNRY A. SMITH, City Ticket Apt Knoxville.Tenn. am auspices of the S. F. V. I. P. C. A. II. of tho West Hock Hollow church and in conjunction with an oyster supper, I gave my unjustly celebrated entertainment. As I overheard a man remark in PERSONALS. a sarcastic vein to another man afterPiiiup MrCAfx.KT. of Middletown, ward, "there was entertainment for man and beaat?' Now whether that K. Y., has entered his 10C1 3ear. With a fortune of $7W),0O0 safely laid man disliked oysters or funny lectures away Ildwin Iiooth has positively de- I shall never know. After I had done cided not to appear onhx upon the my duty by the Society ifor the Purpose, of Introducing Paper Collars Among atape. iho Hottentots, and the sdmlseton monLkm.ik Strpiirns, the ey had len refiiUtitxl to the usual numWilKngllsh writer, is a of church liam Makepeace Thackeray, a fact not ber, wo all went down into theHere we parlors to the oyater supper. generally known. .found those who had gone out with Mrs. I)i ax, the wlfo of the president, face during tho lecture cheered is arranging a collection of the literary works of Mexican women for exhibition at the world's fair at Chicago. Tiir crar of Kuuda has recently found time to become interested in the game 'S'hatdidshedleof, "She overloaded her atummick wltk of cricket, it is said, and haa organized two eleven, among the young men of turkey an' mlnoo pie "Oh, what a loverly death How I his court. envy'n her coqe!" Life. IIk.v lirn.Kii Is said to bo sadly bent with age. Ills face has the look of A MoThbU rMl. health, but his masbivc frame has Int Small Iloj I enn't Uy htij come an unmistakable burden. His lotiffer. Time to jfi home toTltanka-iririnL- l' hands move unsteadily, while his eyes they were. tllnncr. .appear swollen and almost hidden by r Second Small Ilojr TlianVfirlTin' "Two days before commencement the thick folds of flesh on his checks. a Jiro. father was htricken with apoplexy. He wilt over two or three We was unconscious when I got to the First Ilojr har our STRANGE HAPPENINGS. Thanksglvin' a few ilaya late. Pop aajra farm, and lived only a few hours. 9 His A clock owned by a resident of turkey an' tilings is cheaper then, utxl last few mouths had been marked by there'b more to be thankfnl for. Good Trnppo, Pa., has ticked since 1705. total incapacity for business und moth-11- c A twknty-acr- e pond bubbled up out Ncwh. was nearly worn out with looking of the earth in Center county, Pa., reafter things. We buried" him on the A vrtTnn to ttim:. cently In twenty minutes. tlay was to have graduated, and two THE DEACON TRYING TO GET A I.IOIIT. Tin Scvierville (Tomi.) Star tells of a uiriutiay. Hays oeiore my tweniy-nrs- i snake Killed in that vicinity which was up and happy again. After wo had all Old Pap Halter was away down on tho live feet six inches In length. When llnlshed playing "Oyster, Oyster, Who's other end of the circuit, and mother orcut open it wxs found that he had swal- Got tho Oyster," and the facetious man dered that a simple burial service lowed ten young chickens. should be said by a local oxhorter Of liad remarked: our neighborhood, Icuviug the fuucral A 110TTLK thrown Into the Atlantic when you brought my oyster btew. "Oh. sermon to be preached by Pappy llaker Why didn't jou bring some oysters too," November 24, 18S", from thcCephalonia, about 400 miles out from lioston, re- 1 went home with good old Deacon on his next appointment, as was often cently washed ashore on a little islet iu Swipely to sleep in the spare bed "that done in those days, for thpre was not the Caribbean sea. 0,800 miles away. hasn't been slept in since the church another Methodist circuit rider within In' Alachua ami other countries in was candidating two years ago, aud forty miles that we knew of. "That afternoon mother scut me to Florida a short time ago there was a that young minister that everybody shower of fine spider webs which cov- liked so much died of congestion of the town after father's lawi'cr, who was also custodian of the will, of the con- ered the ground for miles. Enough iunprs bofore he could be engaged." knew uoti.ing. and foil, it Is said, to start a cotton factory. While the deacon was trying to got n f tents cf which A Mi.YM.K of spidcrwebs, not lurgcr coal out of the stovo to light my candle mother scarcely more. The lawyer 1 ,af'fr-- i than a buckshot, and weighing less than with he said: "Mr. Hood, you ought to could not come out until the afternoon of tho uoxt day, which was tho evo of MX lVfSi:.... ". i' iaVlii'SIK JlKV"! li one-haa dram, would, if untangled, bo very thankful for every mercy." birthday. When tho "WifaJW in "; if m'i Nil1 It's kind of mean to jump on a man in my twent3-Hrs- t male a line long enough to reach from way like that, but I bald will ua.s opened it almost knocked me Turltev Suv. vouiiLr man. do von ex l'hlladclphiii to lioston and bock again, a round-abou- t everything to mother, in pect to celebrate Thankspivlug? that I thought so too, in fact 1 never out It left on the bole condition that LITTLE GEMS. lecture alive and trust for me got through with Younff 31 anNo o, devsnot! I was to be married within .wenty-fou- r TurUcy-Wo- ll, all ripht: I wish t eggless but what I felt that way. A MOTitr.H's love is the same kind of hours after my graduation. If He smiled in the pained sort of stylo remark that a word to the wUe is lovo a (lod's love. did not graduate I was to be married, I have often noticed among people who Tiik people who need your prayers come in on "D. II." tickets, and went by twelve o'clock noon on the day I e most are those you don't like. years old. MoreThe I'nt unt tile Kettle. man I ever became twonty-ouon: "Tho thankfule.st TiiKfiK Isn't a promise tnthe ltible for knowed was deaf aud blind, had club over, if old Parson Halter was alive ho "ThU Is a hard fate," Kiid the roat turkey to the cirvlujf Uuifc anybody who Is not In earnest. feet and a withered arm, and was poorer was to do the job. In tho event of my failure, for tiny cause, to meet these "It tan't as hurd as you arc," retorted HeaVKN Is always bending to help than poverty." the knife, an his cdye w&k turned baok the man who carries a heavy burden. "Well, for goodness' sake, what was condition I was to huveoue thousand dollars, and the rest, after mother's by tho turkiry"s brept Harper's Kazur. Tiik woman with two mites didn't do ho thankful for?" asked. "Well, it's funny," suid the deacon; death, was to go to father's three any more than every Christian ought TIJKKKY IN ASIA. were to do. "but that man was jest 's thankful s nephews, who county plodding fanners in nn adjacent One of the hardest things to get peo- ho could be, 'cause he didn't like roast "Now hero was a nice layout I ple to believe is that little sins are turkey. Yon seo ho couldn't ve had wasn't iiidissolubly attached to the none, anyway, an' ho thought 'twas tho deadly. idea of a legal career, but neither was Tiikiu: arc so many men who become grainiest blessln' he c'd have showered I engaged, and tho girl whom, had very pious whenever (Jod gets them on him that ho despised that kind o' thought of m this connection was the meat." in a tight place. And I took my candle and went up to daughter of a widow living down the No ltKi.ioiox is worth u row of pins bed; but I've thought a good many road about two miles, whose fueo had that does not make its possessor will- times since of that poor man when it washed with snow aud who had spelled ing to practice self denial. has occurred to me that my mercies me down in district school, both times The man who tries to go around all were not keeping quite up to tho de- innumerable. I had uot seen her for a the mountains on his way to Heaven mand, and have been content This year and a half until she came to tho will have a very crooked road. Kam' autumn we all ought to int thankful. funeral, but, as my good luck hud it, Horn. Those of us who elected our man ought she was then iu the house. The lawyer to be thankful for that, and those of us assured me that the will was perfectly MUSIC AND ITS MAKERS. who didn't ought to be thankful that valid, as my fnthcr had been notoriousThe duke of Edinburg Is composing we weren't beaten any worse than wo ly too smart for any other man iu the county ns u bargain delver, and no jury the music for a libretto by Queen Eliza- were, beth of Iloumania. Therefore, let us eat, drink and be could be found to declare him of unsound mind. Cuarlks Newto.v Hood. It is now said that the war ministers jratefuL "Parson Haker lived in a lltthj village Prussia and Bavaria have refused to of l'rollt-b- U Tor lllru. twenty-fiv- e Puck. miles down the pike, where permit any of the regimental bands to "Have wo any special reason to give there was neither railroad nor televisit tho Chicago exposition. Vary Thoughtful. Antonln Dvorak, tho celebrated thanks?" asked Mrs Honeset, as her graph station. I explained the situaMrs. Curuso I wonder why the sescomposer, who has arrived in this coun- ausband packed his surgical case on tion to the young lady, and she blush-ingl- y sion of congress Is urrnnged to begin on Thanksgiving day. consented. Why shouldn't she? the first Monday of December instead try to take charge of the National Con"We have," replied tho doctor, put- She had known me all her life, and servatory of Music oi New York at a of the first Monday of November. Cumso The idea was to have noth salary of $15,000 a year, is 51 years of ting in an extra roll of plaster; "wo there was 8400,000 and a reasonably hu6band in it ing interfere with tho enjoyment of J age and started on his musical career ihould bo thankful for the invention of football." ruck. "So far everything was easy. There in Prague at $0 a week. Thanksgiving day, Drooklyn Life DKAT1I. EtfflHi! rcM'mbllnjr flue knitting'. y Vnnv handnomc flannel Mcirts in stylos for men'n woar. jacki'ttt and bath i;own iu time for holiday presents. Dtnt.vm.K inaciiinc-madTorchon laco for trhnminif underwear. Astxapiian fur for"' small jueltcU. to wear over woolen powns. SitA'iiK buitotis onamelctl in colors to match the Kuwdau gallopnH. l'Ci.l. nek ruiTHof chiffon dotted here and there w ith ribbon loop. Violet felt hats trimmed with grocn volvct ami violet ostrich tips. sutin ribbon, especially in lllauk, for Kmptrc or "crush" belts. lupoRtTii wraps of velours tin Xonl a lonyplle velvet resembling plush. 'lll.Acrj woolen braids for trimming heavy colored sergo "hack" lreN.es. nov-olto Six-inc- h THE SHOPS. IUtciiimoh of two rows of tiny ribbon looph put on very fluffy. IiUXUittors coat of velvet trinnnctl with fur for little onos. Pun silk shawls for shoulder wear NOVELTIES IN mercies rise up to comfort us every time we would become discouraged and discontented The very fact that we saw that orange peel yesterday in time to save us from falling and breaking a leg ought to make us truly thankful, and if wc did tumble and our leg ia busted wo ought to bo thankful that it Lsn't fractured In two places. I never get to feeling kind of down on my luck and envious and mad because my lot in life isn't a more exalted one but what I'm sure to go out and almost run over a poor cripple workijjg ids way along tho street on his knees, or mm a pair of sightless eyes that used to lighten up tho face of one of the brightest business men in town, or 7tear the doleful strains of the hand organ played by the deaf aud dumb man on tho corner, and then I want to kick myself all of tho way home, and I can't be thankful enough; and on the way I meet a millionaire who has tho dyspepsia bo bad that if he should cat tho Thanksgiving dinner I'm going to tackle he would be dead and embalmed before Tuesday next. This is the trouble with the most of us; we always feel that we could le so tickled to be thankful for something else than what we've got. Isn't that the way you feel? Now, honest, own up. it's always in tho foil thsvt w are thankful, you notice, but 'twas different with Adam and Evo. The fall didn't bring them muoh to Iks thankful for, but with tho most of us what s host of Last Thanksgiving eve, under the well-know- n son-in-la- w sad-ilone- d J , onTl-mkuriTe- n'l" I Fh-H- f.irm of horve. w iiile Haker sad II d'his own l irk in tho and w is nw.iy by one wlfo few miles out morniuT. s nzply telling his a of the thrifty " that ho I) .tili led to his circ nt on imcity of Mar- portant fi isfiess. "S ,t miles from ho r fiep'-takion, Ohio. It is alwuys a business t.ip. but at tat same preat'nM Mind his road ban I bv a i tge, nnd Washi loured hw.n e time my ciief j of a twelveto make 'o ,f detour 1.vi nu'es month (leorpe rnd I were sratiniiU". to get rn'. to his road b yon I 1 11 gap. in the log se'iioilnouse. Now li' blooded horses for the cttv inaket and Prom there on lie wa singularly unI buy them. He is strictly hotcst and fortunate, ii.s horse picked up a stone not a bit sporty, and his standing re- and wont lame, and halts at three or fusal of his stock iu my favor has four fArms were made lefore he got thrown many hundreds of dollars my another. Uy this time it was way. lint George can afford it Ho is o'clock and ho was yet fonrtean very worth hnlf n million My trip this yenr muddy miles from our house, and landed me at his hospitable door on the rain fallirtg in sheets. Many an old evening of Tuesday, the 7th. That man of seventy j'ears would have evening wa sat on the broad south given over his pursuit of an uncerdidn't know what was porehpf his handsome bouse, looking tainty, for he'Hut I never stopped to forty-sormeadow that slopeu the matter. gently to the ndjoining grove. Across think what the business was,' he said this meadow, along a private roadway afterward; 'I simply knew that I was connecting the river road on the wost to get there the Lord wlllln' by with a pasture on the oast several cloven o'clock.' At IU80 the grand old farm hands were loading the 10,000 fellow was within a mile of tho house. worth of stock I hud come to claim. He hail come to what he thought was Thc3' looked nlee, of course, but George an overflowed bridge across a littlo and I had fully discussed them by mail, brook emptying into tho Scioto river and he never was fond of stable or pad- nt his left, but lie had no idea that tho bridtre itself was gone, for ho had dock talk in a k)i.iurcTlonr. "You asked me at supper how I came crossed several such places on his to give up graduating, and whv I didn't road. He urged his horse forward, study lew," he observed. "Yon see nnd plump into twelve feet of water that furry white objoct moving along they wont between the abutments. as the river rosd? Well, thst covers the The hurso was game, as well sido his of man who wrought the chau'e That's master, and swam to tho fenced old Parson linker. Sorbin Harnett's. the road, whero he got his footing, the pastor, emeritus, nf Three Locust water xing there about three feet He's deep. The parson threw the bridle Methodist Efiseoral ehuvh mother's beneficiary nnd pensioner, over a fence rail nnd loft his panting and he'll be mine If mothc jves before aud exhausted steed, taking across the He came Into this conntry Colds to the house, and saving a mile ho does sixty years ago, as an oxhorter, and he thereby. Tho lawyer saw him coming, has ridden lhc;e roads more or loss und mot him in the middle of that steadily ever since. lie whaled father meadow before us. He explained the at the raising of his first log church for business in twenty words. " 'Have they got the license?' was his trying to make him take a drink of whisky, and they were the thickest only question. "The license was all right Fakind of chums until father died " 'Get them out on the porch,' saidj ther didn't marry until he was forty, kwash-in- g and I am the only child. Hy the time Halter, and the lawyer left him over the fence and hurried into tho I arrived father hud accumulated what house. It was now five minutes to in those dars was a fab.ilo-idollars, and he twelve o'clock. three hundred thousand "We were all on the porch In a quarmade it four hundred thousand dollars before I was of aye. II wanted to ter of a minute. "As Haker hove ud and camc-t- o a maks me a horse breeder, but wanted law, and there we hitched About a halt on the. walk, his rough jeans sulti year before I should haw flnikhed at streaming muddy water, the lawyer handed him the license over the railing. collage, he wrote inn a brief letter ever had from him con- He glanced at it front and back he the only one knew knew all its points by heart and thoa( veying the information that if was good for me would be mar- off came his whitebcaver hat what "Join your right "hands. That ried before I was twenty-one- . " 'Mary, do you take this man for letter bothered me n great deal, because father was no bully, if ho did your husband?' " I do.' try to have a tittle fsn with the " 'George, do you take this woman I couldn't quite see the preacher, and for your wife?' point between matrimony and stock " 'I do.' raising. The letter contained not a " 'Then, by the authority vested in word about education or the law. Anyhow my birthday and commencement me by the Methodist Episcopal church, day occurred the same week, anil I and t'ielaws of Ohio, I pronounco you thought I would risk the undesirable of waiting, whatever consequences . limit of time should expire, and wo felt :mfe. I put the best rider among oar neighbor boy on our fastest saddle liorse, and sUi ten him off to get Par-so- u linker, requesting him on no account to fail to be at our farm by eleven o'clock the next day. The young man started about six o'clock in Uie V E It Y .1 u n e. in a heavy min, nnd made tho itsuully between about elevon.,i o'eloek that and lt'.i. !)e nuke mv vaxsa-- n iir'i' T!e ptoacher told him to ir;!l next morning to refct his n trip W the were yet ciglitutfu touri beforo tho 'Cl lt I; 1 rc-m.i- i.i txorgo o-- ctt, 11,,-e- d lit-tl- 0 - (1 Ica-ur- ih r.iis cl-rh- t e 1 .H s J 1 1 Am & 1 1 1 tlln-no- thrai dj the v" 1 I 'i ' til In &&, jr4iiZr &ggrsI - S?r ?r m 'JOIN YOt'IJ RIGHT rr HANDS. 1 ' lf 1 11 htifll-cien- 1 L 1 1 1 Whom God hath joined together let ngt man put asunder.' "Involuntarily I pulled out my waleh, without even stopping to kiss the bride. It wanted four minutes to twelve. "That ceremony had been performed in thirly seconds! The preacher was the first lo break the silence, that you can see must havo been a little awkward, by baying: " 'George, my horse is standing In three feet of water down by the branch. I wish you'd get him up hero.' "And I went, and didn't think anything strange about going either, for I had been used to taking enro of his horse almost all my life. Besides, I knew that I'd taken care of the main chance nlready. "Mother was so grateful thqj. she endowed tho little church on ttie pike, made Parson Haker loave tho active work of his conference, aud installed him over it Ho preaches there every Sunday afternoon. think the only is, that thing that bothers him he was not called to conduct father's fuucral service. The fact is mothor thought It would bo cruel to drag the poor parson out on his circuit before his regular time, littlo thinking ltow near she was coining toward disinheriting me. "Now you know why I am not slaving in the city for a three thousand dollar livlug or maybo less. Father knew that I'd marry to save tho farm, and he also knew that, once I had tho farm on my hands, I'd bo too busy to tinker with the law. And he was right I got tho girl I would have tried to get anyhow, and that part of the deal was the best part for me, after alL But may I never raise you another colt if the old parson wasn't a sight as he came swashing over the fence, although I thought at the time he was tho handsomest object in the uniman and wife. 1 to-da- y A r vi ad verse." Prairie Fanner. good-lookin- g No one is real smart unlsss he can talk intelligently to a stranger without mentioning the weather. J-- . J 'J- - i41 . li,. -- a s tn ,r - ' . 'jsTf . rw " "TTk i a . 8tanford Ky NovrMur.u 24 1W2 W. P WALTON n .M i stew vis M.-J& i I " W9 CD I Tai'ilj! kit1!? Junction City Marble & Granite Works JUNCTION CITY, KY Have justerei.tcd a tiw Marble und Granite House mill am fullr prep red to fill order for all I bae in my kind ol Marble nnd (.rami work employ skilled wrUco from the East. M) freight facilities can not lie excelled and I will net Ih un JOB S. WRIGHT jS derold. w lV lV !! rw 'rSjfHtr i i- - 1111 vn JfedBBI Ha.sinirPremoved oiy jnerclal Hutnl, I afu Karliei Vtei" SPS AMBITIOUS 3IABGAr.ET. irr trrM much thing In thU world U not ao txn3 an In ! Snoii to tfce Com Prepared to Accommodate! Ladite-Chil as well as Gentlemen, lo anytime thev 'may wish in my line. also wafted on 0ll n me. ConmerclaJ wturo we1 what JESSE, THOMPSON. In w & i)0 VOU direction o rt3 morinc but wo must not drift, nor 11 Hotel at anchor. All the A BAlTYl you ililnk this Is a now lnislnoa, llnytyi actidfinr out Itiitilt-- mi tipplieiillim ; It litis liecn tlotio iiefore. however, but never lntvt tbie furnlliLl been so uenrt ho original ntn lens till one. Every mo trill exclaim. " Well I that's the sweetest baby I ever uawl" Tills cnKmUnir enn uire liltlo you but u faint idea of tbo exquisite original, s black-nnd-wlit- WANT TO ADOPT M&ohlnrM Machlniw who are a nooo-apart of the dally jrrind of a huny city offlo were hard at work. Mies d and Mr. rj IV it era?- - 4-- J j- -f Mji&ji'l r wo-4aH9-'' m . i ir ' V . ii " tTO I'M A DAisr." s lutlon p.iiil Thu llttlu (lnrllntr rct-t- tijtiiltist u pillow, iiml Is In tbo net of tlraurltiKotr its pink -- ock. tho mute of which has boon pulk-otr and IliniK aside with it ti ltiinplmtit coo. The Httili tlnUnro iterfoc-t- , itnd the e cs rollow ytiu, no matter where you tttand. this irreatft pnlntltiK o( Ma HaiiRlt (tho most coiehnttfd of tnoden painter of baby Ufei nro to beKl?n to thoco who nilHcrlbo to Demorost's Kuinily .Mima zliie for 1KC1. Tho reprtMliictloiis cannot bo told from tho nrkrltml. which cost $10). and lnchet . The tuttiy N are tho taino size life ill?, itnd absolutely ItfcllUo We have to present nlJ In prcpanitloti, other irreut to our by ls'.fl, tilt Huts suchart'stsasl'ery Momn.Mauil Htimrhrey, liul.s UosL'liatupt. mil other" or world-widrenown Tuko 'only two examples of what wo did during jenr. "A Yiittl of ami " V Whitu Jli o t rthld" by tl.o wireof l'rosidnt litrrion, ul.d uu wlllbco wlt.tt our jiroiniO' i jvoi ii. I'ltosa wlio ntwvTll'O for lit moreU's Tntnlly M itnuino for Ht! will jituM it KiiHf ryot works of art ol limii tilne, Ueritleu a il iir.tztno that enitnot Ite collided hy any In tliu world for its beautiful illicit it.t ions and t?ti'JftinntUr,ih-i- t s will l.cepeverjone txitt-c- d on nil ths tnpl.-- of Ihe d:tr, I'.ntl nil tho Thuexqul-pitfitrproduutlons- nr il7'J e, th"mt 1'itn-Pie- ," n-- Itiiiul .lllterent Heinsol InfiiTt about tho hold, lw hU- - ftintlsliliiir lutcrestiiiK . 'l'i t ut'ittar, luth ravo and ir.iy. tor tho v' ') (mullyt mnl vlide Dcmoi. t's Is not c iM hi Mnifiiriiic, ItsfiiNlim i imtr'Mirc cr-- fi nil tht'pat-t- t t.mi I wotrlvey in, frte ' i voit irMi to uo during tV- - jenr, and ilituwp. tend lit ttr mli-- e In it iu jii'i' Mi'lm if i.tf. only S3, and j u will really .'1 il 'In . Andrew the ptiMMtcr, Iv an ir I". in- t t, j Ta-- t 11th tt . New r (h h ' r', There was the pale, pleasant-facewere bookkeeper, whoso shoulders stooped from daily bending over ledROCS. Next to him sat tho easier, jlases with a wiping his quick nervous motion before he ran over a bundle of checks vsith lightning rapidity and plucked out the one he sought. Tho secretary's pon scratched away as he signed the mass of letters. The group of "lady" stenographers, Illicit nnd thin, long and short, sat at their machines in ono corner mechanic-ull- y clicking out tho hundreds of letters. The clerks who did "billing" (not cooing) were working away. Hugo, the oflice boy, whose legs were a daily e.tamplo of tho possibility of a perpetual motion machine, Hew hither and yon. obeying the quick, sharp calls from every desk. stalwart, Yorkshire The man who was entry clerk and invariably replied when told to do this or that: "Yis sur, straight awell, sur," was "reading off" the orders to his "curate", as he wittily dubbed the younger entry clerk. Their voices sounded like a monotonous chant. Mows, the colored janitor, sat at a long table looking as wite as an owl spectacles, in his big stamping the snowbank of letters on the table before him. s Into all this rush and hurry of money getting quietly walked a beautiful young girl, glancing nervously at the office clock as sho took Iter seat at a desk fire minutes late. From his desk across the office the sharp-eyegeneral manager's glance followed hers to tho clock. The Yorkshireman stole an admiring gold-rimmc- d red-haire- d, brats-bowe- d d red-haire- d - 1 V ''n host i.t it il .i him . !... oi' xiii iii.iiu v jh i ipy tliu qusTnr. BESTisQinnr. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE! Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rrtparfcyKltllRDStlX.TiTLnRSIO. FOR 20 YEARS - SOLD K VERY WHERE. J CO,, ST. LOUS. I I '81IX FLATTED THKHK. glanco at the girl, then dropped his eyes bashfully and .went on with his chant. The girl bent her pretty head over her work as she tried to make up for lost time. Lost time was accurately counted by tho general manager. xmLmmkmkWkmmm i She did not seem to bo a part of the J ttma Of Surely there was litTkADE MARKS, office machinery. ESIQN PATENTS "VlalBalBaaV D tle In common between her and the COPYRIGHTS, etc typical office machine, an expert at figFor .nformailnn 361 free Handbook wrlt to ni ISItuAliWAT, NEW VoitK. uring, whose desk was next to hers. His At UN W A CO.. Oldsat bnreau for soourine patents In America. one umbltion In life had already been brought .reir patent ataken out by ua la of charge Defora reached. Oe had climbed as high as an lu tbn the im&Ue by notice rfven free office stool, where ho sat proudly, with dangling legs, bchdlngcontcntedlyover with figures and Largest eireolatlon of any adentlflo paper In tlie his papers covered lines, a retl penholder for red ink above No IntfUlaeut world. Splendidly tlluatrated. Weekly. K.'I.HO a man ahoBid t without It. tIJO lx mnntha. Adilrena MUNN X CO, one ear antl a black penholder for black iruLituiKS. Ml llroadwar. New York. Ink above tho other. Scientific American Agency for jM of "oufa office" and "ouh journeyed by her side through these Whlto" and "ouh Mistah years of study abrond. Costello thu Urown. lie also knew how to turn a tenor had advised nnd directed and certain aet ring around on his whito never lost sight of her. hand so that tho set would show to adThen camo dark da.s when the mothvantage. er seemed to bo slipping away before The young girl next to him had no- Margaret's dream was realized. When those day wero past, there camo ticed that ho only talked figures. Sho time when somotlwes wondered when he laid down ono his retl pcuholdcr and black one with through nervoua strain and anxiety the suddenly became mute. clock like regularity each day, when little music-botwelve was tha figure at which the She fiat at tho piano, with her head clock pointed, to go to lunch, if he did bowed lu her hands, realizing how not eat theae small crackers cut into precious her gift was to her and how slight was her hold upon It ones, twos, threes and fours. This cloud passed away and people Her active Imagination saw his Mom-ncandjicad both lined with nothing who heard Margaret sing In those days listened with tears in their eyes at the but figures. As the busy tiny wore on into thf touching pathos of the singer's voice. At last, after years of trial antl strugrush and noise of business there came the sound jf music froni the Auditor- gle, years of careful training, the musicium, ncrosp tho way. Some one was al star was to sing In Chicago, the practicing-i- vocal lesson. In an instant scene of early struggles. Thanksgiving eve was tho night. one pen in the office stopped traveling. Tho pretty face of the young girl next The Auditorium was a blaze of light to the ambitious fellow on the stool antl life. Outside thoro was tho long proceswas turned wistfully and dreamily toward the window. Sho rested tin sion of carriages blocking Congress street nail Michigan avenue. Inside end of tho penholder against her lips listened, nbsorbed, following the there were the throngs of people, many votco in lis wanderings among the beautiful woman nnd beautiful toilets. trills. "SheJlMeiUhtie." Unconscious- "A brilliant audionec," some ono remarked. ly the girl spoke nloud. "I beg pawtlon, did you speak to me, Ilehind the seones apart from the nst Miss Qtilvey?" stood a group of three. The nervous, "No, oh, was just thinking man was Co?tello, tho faaloud," replied the musical voice. Then mous tenor. There was the d khe bent again to the work before her. lady in the Invalid's chair whose won"Thinking!" Mr. Uroovelet the m- derful love had ttustainrtl the slngor. achinelooked at her In a puzzled, com- Heside her stood the beautiful woman miserating sort of way, as he carefully who was about to try to sing her way dipped his retl penholder into the red Into the hearts of the people waiting. ink and returned to his figuring. Margaret stood holding Iter mother's At last the clock's long linger pointed hand in hers thinking of many things. downward to six nnd the short fiuger hurried along and poaed between the V and. VI The ncene changed. Down went the pens! The clicking of thu typewriters ceased. Machinery and all stdpped Quietly. Miss Quivey walkeddnto the AVjy 'iSSv v .Jain?. """ ladies' toilet room, where the group of j stenographers were noisily talking "hop" wondering who would get tin next "raise" and if "his royal nibs would give them a "vneashc." Out aud away from it all walked the young girl, humming hs alio hurried down the street to the doorway marked Entrjieo' to tho Elevated." I'p the stairs she ran. runnlne a scale at the hame time in a 'ow, sweet undertone, j each stO a U"J)j to her fancy. 3he was soon In the train. On, on, ou whixr.oJ the elevated, down alleys and puat the Jiaek window of houses of all sorts and conditions. On. A . on to whore, it was itlller ami rents hiiic rj.ci:ii a ska or fiTinNrn rAcns wore cheaper. At last our pretty little musle-loThen, with one last pressure of hor left the elevated aud, walking quickly mother's hands, the singer glided fortlown a street, was soon climbing more ward iind faced the sea of upturned stairs in a "flat" building. Up. up she faces. went, not humming now, but going From the first tremulous notes roftly down tho liall and Into a room at through all to the hush that fell upon the end. tho nmlienco as they leunetl forward Margaret Qulvey was forgetting that the singer hail ceased, Horn of a musical family on the mother, leaning forward In her tKith sides, small wonder that her soul chair with tightly clasped hnnds and ribrated to ull melody. Her mother lips apart, breathlessly followed each tmd sung alwuys,U seemed to Margaret, curve antl bend of that dearly familwith the case of a bin!. The father had iar voice, knowing that her child's puribeen, an organist in their, home town ty of life, her trials and her joys had all iml a musical composer. Ho had rec- helped to give her this power over her ognized Margaret's gift and nlways uudiencc. He died sailed her his little music-boA wave of sound floated to them vithout the means to show his precious that thrilling sound of the clapping of 'little music-bohow to use her gift. thousands of hands. After the father's death, Margaret A'wav from It the singer turned ind the mother turned their faces totoward the figure In the Invalid chair. ward Chicago. As the audience slowly wound Its The mother gave piano lessons at the out, commenting upon and praisingway the tonscrvatory, but overwork caused man with a nervous prostration, and it now leeame singer, a narrow-chesteMargaret's duty to care for the mother. set ring on a slightly wrinkled right They struggjed on together. One of hand remarked to his companion as he the professors at the conservatory had lighted a cigarette on the pavement: litheard Margaret sing and said: "Go to "Uy Jove! that singer looked like a tle girl who used to be in ouh office Costello, the tenor." years ago. I'm suah ouh Mistah Hrown So Mnrgaret went dally to the office would cay so." to help her on her way to Costello. At last all was over. In tho gray of How she struggled! How much the A wealthy the early morning the coach containing lessons of all sorts cost her! colorctl family lived some blocks away. the singer and her mother rolled away Margaret gave their little boy singing from the Auditorium. They were both silent, busy vlth lessons in the early mornings before their thoughts, for their return to Chisho went to the office. She practiced nights, her mother cago had revived many memories of former struggles. playing hqr accompaniments. At lust the mother said: "Daughter, Lately an advertisement hud appeared In one of the lending dailies. "Want- do you know this is the commencement ed: A position as (soloist In a church of ThanksgiVing day.' How much we choir; a soprano voice sweet antl sym- both have for which to give thanks today and always, haven't we?" pathetic." As Margaret did not reply, her mothMargaret's teacher told her she had climbed to the point where she was er laid her hand on her arm antl said, dollars a Sunday, so gcotly: "I know how thankful you are worth twenty-rlvho had written the advertisement ftir that your ambitious dream has come her. Day after day passed r. ml no an- true, but the thought often comes to me, ni3' child, are you happy?" swer came. And Margaret answeretl.thoughtfully; The night on which .:.r,'iret had "Yes, there Is' much for which I am come back from the day's weary grind I can at the office, her mother held tip a let- truly thankful. The world saysspared smile, saying: "Perhaps it is sing to them, und you have been ter with a If there gootl news, (laughter, for it looks like to listen, to love the singer. are shadows in the picture, they aro Costello k writing." Ferdinand esist perhups by tho musical heights yet It was gootl news, for it said: "Come to my rooms at your lunch unclimbcd. wonder happy? "Is your music-boand sing for Kev. J. C. hour Gilbert anil the musical committee of If sho Is! With such a mother anil a suclu her throat she his church. If you suit them, the po- cessful music-bosition of soloist In their choir will be ought to be, gifted creature! yours. I remain, Yours respectfully, "And yet you know, mother mine: 'If "FKUOIXANU C'OSTM.l.O." none wero sick antl none wero sud, She went. The pastor was a music what service eouhl Wo render?' I think, lover antl music connoisseur. Sho sting. and so should you, 'If we wero always The lust sweet sound died away, irtid glad we scarcely could bo tender." " there was a stillness in the room broken Then they were silent. d voices of the 'In a few minutes Margaret began to at last by the. laugh (antl to hear Margaret laugh was committee antl the pastor. It seemed an age to tho ambitious a pleasant thing.) She said: "Now, little singer leaning against the piano mamma, you know 3011 object to n music- I before the minister took her hand in his al husband. Well, I tlou't know but do myself. Often the' are not promisund said: "We feel that your voice will be a ing, admit. "A real musician with brains, one power for good among our people. We who thinks thoughts, who has 'a temwant you." perament,' is of .this world, yet hears So Margaret took one step up. There was a little ripple of excite- unheard melodies, etc., etc. Is that it? ment the next day ut the office when Do you imagine that's the sort of a to make your daughter happy? Miss Qulvey walked up to the general manager's desk and told htm sho was Well, since so many good things have come our way let us be thankful for ubout to leave. them. I f you are longing for a musical Mr. Oroovelet looked after her doubtless ho will come sing-lu- g as sho walked out of that most along tho road that leads to wonderful of places, "ouh office." or some day. years marched steadily on. ToilThe "Now, there's Itruno Oscrff, tho faing, studious, climbing, struggling years to Margaret. It was up hill all mous" addetl Margaret, teasingly. But tho rest, after tho mother's prothe way to the singer. Wider experience and a broader cul- testing "Oh, Margaret!" was lost as the door closed behind them. ture wero now hers. Jkxxt FAirmAjj Siyta. The mother in the invalid chair had ! j Ilstah Ho Mk6 $500 REWARD. We will pay the abaro reward for aiiy oate ef sftrd, I'erty Arttwef Land, 4 mile Liver Complaint, Dynptpim, Sick Hmeaclio, It, digettion. Constipation or Cotivec we can not hair cleared. Sultnte In timber, (rod srahatd, two fulling at s small house. cure with West's Vegetable I.Uer 1MI, when the lmer O.T. McROIIEKTs. tf directions are strictly complied with. They ate purely vegetable and never fail to give tatUlac lion. Sugar coated. Large boxes containing jo ptllt, ssc. lk'wate of counterfeits and imitation. The most (Ylcbrated Kyc, Ear, The genuine Manufactured only by Ihe John C. and Chronic Dis-cas- tNose, I Weft Co., Chicago, III Kor ! by A R IVn-n- y. UND FOR SAI.E. tut ens, luott 0,.,yr -- x pi 1 lalist in the State. "yrVf S A .. tlAUJ ..v.. . ' ' h I..1.I. suppostinrles. ate M boa ami pilli a positive cure fat f.xiunat Utotwnl. mind or Weeding, Inking, Chrortc, Rarest or Hereditary Pile. This r.meely b.e never been known In fail $1 per tx. A for $1; mm by stall. 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At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, 'ilciog ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah, Drunswick, Lake City, Thomasville and FLOHl DA points. The only line runnlnjr solldVestibuled trains with Pullman lloudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to St Ai'KUStinr without change lor any class of or baggage. Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur Florence, .Memphis and ARKANSAS point. Shortest and quickest to Anniston, Selma, Mobile. D iicct connection made at NKW ORLEANS without omutbut transfer for Galveitoo Houston, Austin, CABDMNAS9 Is the line for you, as It won-dcring- ly son-in-la- Double Daily Trains ,MaVe connection at dote LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all point. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD, 1IAGOAOE CHECKED THROUGH Kor any information enquire of IOES KICK. Agent, Or W. W. PENN. Trav. Pas. Arent. Stanford, Ky, Junction City, Ky TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The enly through line to Jsckion and Vicktbuig, Miss,, Shreveport La,, making direct connections without omnibus transfer lot Dallas, Fort Worth. Austin, San Antonia, El Paso and polnttin TEXAS, ARIZONA.WEXICO.CALIFQRNIA. For thronjh ratbe, cortect county map and In inlonnation call on Agent at Junction City, Ky or address J. i. LKITH, Trav. Pats, Agt , Junction City.Ky D. MILLER, D. 0. EDWARDS. Traffic Mangr,, 0,1' .VT.A.. Cincinnati ! A -- :twA ;.1 a -ji Vv iT''-lmtamttlttmttttttmttwmtmmnttM -- J mi-Weekly . c . - Interior Journal Ky., Novi:mieu21, Ruock IJros. Fodubu twine, MoKlnnPy 'Stanford, Et nYTiUNO In tlio Jewelry lino nt 1892 Djuikri', Trado tliero. New Uutfllne, Citron, Currnnls, OherRO, CrHckerp, Pickles, dried and Canned Fruita and Meat of nil kinds for Thnnka. " Riving Initio, at A. A. Warren's. k;. o.'WAbTON, MEANS bus. NQraar lllilNESS. Tiir cold wave cam" as promised and E.snnAviria beautifully and artistically yeaturdny was tlio inot wlntcriah of the doiio Ht A. K. Penny's. Buy your bookB and school supplies of flcnson. At St. Paul night beforo tast nil kinila from A. It. Tonny, who aells the mercury wont down to (I below zero. m 1 COMMERCIAL GAZETTE CO., Ilouau while Landlord Green is oil on a ads, cakts, ices, Ac. It was well worth Phelps. The ceromocy occurs nt W. ADAMS & SON, Lexington, Ky. No. 4 j llrondway, hunt. Puijlisheks, tho money, not to spenk of tho good tho bride's father's, Solon Phelps, in this , L. II. AND GKOIIUB ItAM8KT,0f Lexlng-ton- cause it wap for. They ought to have county. CINCINNATI. O. camo over to take a hunt thanks-jivin- g been and doubtless were well patronized. It. G. JoIidsoq, aged 20, and Miss : : SALE : : day. Melitsa McMullen, aged 10, weie mnr Tiik next regularly booked attraction rled at tho , I'uriuant to a judgment of tlio Lincoln Circuit Miu. .Months Vox, of Danville, will yesterday, by at in OLUtber term, 180J, ill the Couit, eit turkey with hor mother, Mra. Alico at Walton's Opera iiouso Ih MIrs Emily Judge W. K. Varnon. Both parties live action of Wilium P. Tale against Ji'hn flrlght, &c. : I will on Zola's Parisian Betiutie, in comedy iind near Wayneaburg. 4 Itaughmun l , burlesque, Dec. 15. A brilliant Amnzu-uia- n J. M. Siiiomi hat rented of W. A.Trib-lleTen days ago Mrs. Leonard Morse MONDAY, DEC. I2TH, 1892, FORmnrch by pretty girls in gorgeous died in Cincidmti. Her husband was Mr. John G. lUtnswy'H homo and in Stanford, front door of uiHgnificeiit BpecUcular overwhelmed with grief and Monday at tlieoiler at (m! liethe costumes and a ho wilt go to Lexington to live. auction tn the highest tudder, Kf , Misa Louibi: Hailky went to Mercor ballet are some of the attnictions promis- night committed suiciuu, niter leaving a the tract ol UnU known as the The-Grea- t county yesterday to take dinner with ed on tho hills. Erlfjlil. note with these lines. "Lay mo to the her cousin, Mrs. I). M. Bowman. left of try loving wife and think of us Situated about i J, mil north of Stanford, in Fckl Gas Tim Water. Light & Ico rjiunta. Kv . fronting the turilDlle road Mn. O. II. Kai)foi, of thu Muldoon le and bounded on s! leading from SUniord to Co. has tho franchise to furnish fuel gas as living rennlted." Glvena, East by Montimont Co., LoulavlUe, is bore to put the land of Our pmutu wire from Lancaster the South byHorace Will r, ! orlh by the landt a now method of hunting, math) princithe landtof up some inoiiumontH In Hulfulo Cemeof Joieph Rallouaud W- lb the land or Jobn furiiiBhod, bringslho news of tlio prospective pally from water. Uiain Keld.Joaeph tery. of Mr. I'ohort IS. Hughes, of the M Theaale will be llallou iLd jamei aGlen judRinent in made to.atify Is choaper than coxl, and has ev 1). II. Cajii-iibi.haa rented thu Ma- - it said, i,oj to Misa favor ol plaiutiif Talc,ollor $ and and $165 cst in ery udvnnUjje nwr it in rtwnlines.s and Lancaster A credit nx TERMS leli- taouths tlieny house, advertised in this paper, and curlly, botid with good ease of lighting. M' It. J. C. Howe Marguerite, tin beautiful daughter of equal installment, on day of aale and ban ins the bcarinc inlerol fni-will go into tho curriitgo making lnl- cuu be iiia.tH t4 here and Mr. John W. Miller. The ceremony will f.rceaodeH.-.f.ntjr thinks it dg.ifi M I)AVS0X( p. UCM. will go to OnuuerMMlle, Inl , in few days occur Wednesday, Nov IWKh, at S:30 Mauler tornmlwioner, L C C ..'ft Murgtwa la duo tho boiui To Mr. Davo L'ndcr the CofTcy House The 13ec Hive where all the bargain seektn fully investigate the rosl ntul iiiannur m , nt tno resilience 01 .Mr. nnu irs. .Mity of the Opera ilotino decorations. !1 of working it.ller, on Danville Avenue, after which ers congregate and are made happy. A little money buys a great n imod miL'hiiM'r. no mutter what ho Mr. And Mrs. Hughes will leave for a deal and our bargains arc not for a day or a week or a month, but for engineers. Ir it a littlu reinarkHltiu tlmt ntmrly all Southern tour. Mr. Hughes is u bright LINCOLN LlltcUIT COURT. every day in the year and every department. 1 hey need nothing Mu. It. II. Chow, of ltnnun, liaii pur- our regular correspondeuts tiave no mid- and clever newspaper man, which means Vtrmtt Hank A. M. I'hlliju. Au, Plaintiff. v but the price and quality to make them go and that is why we are nenr dle names. There is Alexander Ander-son- , that he is an all around gentleman, and J. "I riMt C" Oeltf. NoUco of le chased tho John W. Shotby farm, llnuk A: Trust Co , ol StanUrd, Plaintiff always busy. No need to go to Louisville or any of the "Hayseed" Shelby City, and writes that ho will Danville; Louis Lnirlram, Lancas- we sincerely congratulate him on his Karmerv. Simecn R Cook Arc, Defendant. Uu Cross Petition. towns around you, but come to the New Cash Store and be made Ida tiatlvo land move- luck to ter, James Maret, Mt. Vernon; John conquest. Tho Interior Journal with Iiy virtu ufa judjnitntof the Lincoln Circuit ttlC here yesterday, Pearl, London; Walker Mason, Williams- a fatherly lovo implores thu richest of ...,.! .an.lrruil in thplllMVO tled CUll IIICoro- - happy. You can buy both mean and good goods from us and we Mn. I. T. Lsm w j October term, 1S9J, the uuderlgnd will always tell you what you are buying. We have just opened a ilia wife and MlM Nettie Wray are vis- burg, and'ICastham Tarrant, Liberty. On blessings on the happy pair. splendid stock of Fur Rugs and Muffs in addition to all the other good iting Mrs. Walwlla IIuRhesand Misa Jen ly T. S. Usnson, Middleburg, J. A. NOV. 25, 1892, things in Cloaks, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Dress Goods and evMT, VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Hubble, and Uo or three others nlo Hughe, in nioomington, III. residence of J. Mat ery conceivable thing kept in a dry goods store. Spend your money Mr. and Mm. W. H. Wiikhiutt, of liavo two given names. is building a On the prmicand at thi Mr. .Tamos Ctoui-lioPtiilipi.ln Lincoln couuljr, Ky, between tho piuwcd homo from Iouisvillo Ijincsater, public auction hourtoloa. m. and 4 p. m . offer at fodowing de- with us this week and we will save you enough to buy two Thanksgivdwelling on Richmond street. In a note to the editor Tram Dispatch-e- r to the hlghMt and bct bidder tho Tuesday, w here thoy had been to visit -- Mr. II 11. London, railroad agent at scribed real estate Miuatrd In Mid County: lit. A ing gobblers. J. A. Hower, of lMris. says: Tho K. their daughter, Mrs. Will A. llerkele. is tract of land comlttlng ot Dividlon now lias the fasteat pasxun-c- er Livingston, has been seriously ill, tho' Misskh Vibuinia Bowman, 1'nnnle 0. 150 Acros or schedule in thu Suite of Kentucky. much better. Shanks and Dollio McBoberls, of HamMr. Wm. Weber, who had his leg Being the ame trait upon which J. M Philips Richto ilton College, camo ovor to enjoy thanks Of course tho Rowland branch lt broken last week, la getting along very now reside. On this tract there is a larje, dwelling-hoiu- , a commodious barn and parents, in also did W. mond is not "in it," Ono train between well, but Huflerelconsiderably. giving with their thi- - Improvements usually seeu on a makes lQ II. Slianks, Will Kmbry and Horace Lexington and Cincinnati 3I. A The coil company at Pino Hill hrs farm. containing tract contiguous to the aforesaid miles per hour, including all htops; anilowmatt. opened a new mine of splendid coal on trad haa a schedule of 15 miles per Is now ready for everybody with a full line of Mu. S. W. Pkttiiio.sk. uhairman of the other 3LAND, tho Ska;gi Creek side of the lull. X64 ACRES of the V. hour over a portion of tho road. general adjustment committee At the examining trial of Howard Or thcreaHoul. this tract then) is escepted I., i; , was an honored guest nt tho liti acre, coneyed by J. M Pnl lipt to Co k i mi Coal. Col. J. JC. Bibb, who Monday for shooting Wilmott, the pris- about March a8, 1851. School DWtrict 19, ginrera' ball last night. He is a very uc- - has had much experience in minerals, oner was held in the sum of $ 1,5003d. At same time and pu.e tneic win oe ontrcu t,.n Ladies' and Misses Cloaks, It - .. - a vvimorji,miii-di.1 of personal propertp, efltisiMlng pi a a compnsneti geniieinnn, 17. S. Maishals visited the Brush for tale lot went up to Mies Mary Varnon'n land . A. Wood few horses, cowl bugs aud one engineer. near Brummett, Whltlev county, and Creek neighborhood and mado several reaper Mr. P. W. Uahtkk, who left his bed found besides excellent timber, two eo.il arrests last week, but it is understood The undersigned will, pursuant to said Judgktdo yesterday afternoou. tolls hi that buili1, one of excellent coking coal and that nothing was discovered of an alleg ment, olTar for sue at puolic auction to the ult;b-Shoes of all kinds. Full stock of Boots for Men, Boys and Chil and best bidder in ihe towuof Lancaster, Kj., Claudius Montgomery, who kiu nccL the other a line variety for heating door on ed moonahino still. and before the drcn. Call and examine our goods and get prices. dentidly sliot by James Powell, ia a shade He also came across n bed of fire Mr. P. Thomas Welsh is visitinii NOVEMBER, 28TH, lietter and that his doctors ny his ehanc- - clay, which if it should prove a good as friends at Middiesboro. A number from MONDAY, Highest market prices pa,id for Eggs, Butter, Gensang and Dried sltuatit lor recovery is nhoiitoiio in ten. will make Misa here attended the Engineers' Ball at i&, the following described real eMute, 11. Ihe Fruit. It looks from the outside county, Ky. in Lancaster. Oarianl N llUll.DINC, LOl, DUUG Mary a millionaire. your place. Miss Lucillo Joplin uave a occutuedSTORE E. McRoberts ANU situatednow W. E. on and by R CITY AMD VICINITY. delightful social Tuesday night. Mrs. corner of I'utmc square ana wenmonu oirrci. A pcouNimKi.; got into Mrs.N.mcy A Thompson's lot and back to Lelia Brown has returned from an ex extendingabout J4 feet N Public ad The l'ttMLXTs for All it Dankx, tli .Iwon fronting Warner's houre Tuesday night, but his vacant LOT AliOl'T 34 leet fmat on uhlcli was tended visit to Middiesboro. cli'r'h. oicupicl by Lognn formerly a intentions were evidently not those of a Sheriff Jones took Win. Fagin to tho situated on east aido of P blic bqunre in onu thiof. lie went to the bed of Misa Sue drug store and Lancaster, Ky , . A tiunksoivino aprentl for ponitentisry Mouday night. Fagin was lot abo e dcfccrihi-d- bounded N byin o cupation of heretofore Warner and pulled tho cover off. This convicted at the last term of our circuit I! It MrKotinrti. S. bv a lot bflonclnc to estate at D.mkfl tin' Jowclnr'rt. or L V Philips, dee'd. 3rd. The vacaut lot on arouaed Miss Wat ner an I alio gave a 17 years for murder, and it i: side of Public S;uarcin Lancatter. Ky .formOuk cloak Htock, by ructuit lmrclui.'B, loud scream, which awakened her broth- court for bounded S. by occupied by E. V was his inteution to appeal the case, erly building of NationalLillard, of Lancsster, N Hank u still complfto. Soveninco k Son. er John, who camo to her rescue just in by lot ' but the 00 days elapsed and no applica- ceased.belotigini; to estate of L V Philips, deft Finittlffctroyfil tbreobtirroonifl tn tho time to see the rrtual jump out of 'a tion having been made the prisoner 8B TKRMt-- Thepewnalty lll bc.sold on a red UiiipiikIi which he had gained enit of 3 months on notes bearing o per cent interKilny llotmo block In Jflllcu TuwtUy taken to tho pen. est and good security. The real estate will be trance It was toojdark to tell whether Saturday a cutting atlray iook sold on a credit of 6 and umintluiin equnl install On niht. ments, the purchater being required to five bond it was a v bite or colored num. place near Orlando, thia county, in which ith good sec atity, payable to commissioner, bearover Severance Two ToouiH Foil Ukst from date, hawng elfeit of a . Wiikn wo went to press latt evening James Adams received dangerous knifo ing interest secured by lien on the land and also A Son's store. Apply to Will N. CraiK Special Commissions r 7, M C wounds at the hands of Win. Ogee. Three e had everything in tho enuiueers or Dr Steolo Hallov. Call and secure Bargains. 9 for their tlrht annual hop, which long hlashes in tho breast and two more tlrosa K'oods promised to be largely attended by a bcrops the throat ia tho extent of his Don't Ml too see tbo nuw : POST-OFFIC- E : at.W cents, Bold every wliuro for 'Xt contfl. happy crowd. The Opera House is tast- - wounds. Ogee was uninjured. AdaniB fully decorated with Hags ud other had a pistol but was unable to draw the As executors of thh wlllof J L DaMjn, deed., Severn uce & Son. It appears that the trouble wo ill sell Ihe premises on with bunting and lit up with electricity and weapon. Ogee's Ilv prayer utul mipplieation, having cut oil the head of many colors, the devotees of arose over be nnwle lanterns 26, thankskiviup, let your retim-sTerpischore can enjoy themselves in from a picture of n large rooster which unto God. Will. surronndingH in keeping with the beau Adams had taken from tho Cincinnati 189a, at ta. m. prompt, the following property: Yearling lac. a ty and loveliness of the fair sex who will Enquirer and tacked it to a gate post. Work liortc, Tuiikkyb aro nenrco nt 10 cunts llrood Mard, Adams asked Ogee why he did it aud the pound, but we hope everybody will be honor the occasion. 3 Cows and Calves, answer was, "The rooster ia as fat now 4 Yearling sUer, ablo to gut a bite to day. t Eat liogs, Ma usual Nxwland doesn't give causo as he ever will be and it ia a good time ie sheep, agon, a horse old foxiea and ekinllinte to be found fault with often, but if he docs to kill him." At this Adams mado for FoMKofthu Surrer and Marne-wHiid tho not see to stray stock better and put would't agree to close Ogeo with his lists, the latter used his Uit of Stock rodder, SlHCkofllav. them in the pound ha will hear some- knifej with ugly results. Ogeo was ttores will l)o open iw usual. ItarreN of corn at the heap shucked, &c. thing drop.) (Much complaint is being brnnflit hero Sunday and jailed. One About ioo eons m..lu know ii on iiay 01 saiH. L. I. DAWSON, l Xew lot of Hornet), all wool, forty inch' made about tho way cow 8 and hoc are of tho guards who accompanied him set J. II IIKIUUT, J 75 wide, the bent value for 50 cents ever permitted to run at largo nnd as there is ea his gun down in the jail hall and a large Hhown here. Severance it Son. a law against it we must have it execut- dog ran against it, knocking it down. SHOP. mm of tho lire company are ed. A ravenous cow got into the Col Both barrels fired, the weapon kicking Tub members a limtclass UuUher Shop on I have to meet at the rooma of the It'uo yard the other night and destroyed its way through two open doorways and Lancasterjust street, where I will keep ut all times build many (lowers, including iiMarechal Neil landed in the kitchen under the cooking city council, In tho Odd Fellows : 3VEEA.TS : plant, hiuhly prized by Mrs. Hubbard. at 7:30. Btove, badly frightening tho Inmates of Injr, ... tkat can liocbtained, which I will sell at the marthe buildlnu' ket time. I hHve a fine, new, large rrfngeralor Tiik new revenue law requires drug-gisWk have one caueo for thankfulnofia be kept frh and nice. and mrals will alw-. t V l.i AN VKST Woiu.n'fl Faiil responded so A FiikeIThii' TO tiik I and distillers to obtain license from to our correspondents who their com- - ho county court to sell liquor by retail Aro you ROinj; to tho World's Fair? If to eend f noblj to our request for thin issue. freo ticket from BAUGHMAN, and to give 10 days' notice, either writ- you want to ro on munlcationB in time - i or printed, of their intention to ap- LouitivillH to ChicaRO und return, good ten FIRE AND STORM WE ARE- ?kw stock of raisins, currants, citron, ply for said license; one to he posted at any day from the opening to tlio cloning nrcaervee. Jellies, apple tmlter, least four other pub- of tho fair, tho Louisvlllo Sunday GrUir, lulnce mat, mixed and cucumber pickle, lic places in tho neighborhood where ... Representing tho (Daniel K. O'Sulllvan editor and owner) V)coanutfl, hum, cakes and fruits. Mc- - liquor is to be sold and if a majority of will provide you with transportation. Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., Jlinney Broa, tho qualified voters of the neighborhood The prico of The Critic by mail for six Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. Wall-strebro protest the license will not be granted. months is II. Snd 15 $1 subscribers to Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, i t? a.f nnraiitnK. a and recoive in return a round-tri- p Ins. Co. of North America, " was hero this weak looking after Distillers of whisky are required to pay Tho Critic Companies. I are $75 license; of brandy and wlnoJM, und ticket to the World'8 Fair over the All of which wait on my friends in this line. would ". I'ol. pleased to tho bonds of the water uf safest and best be promptly issued. Will Insure against tornaSoO. Those now selling will Monon Kallroad, the icie examined the plant and said It was the druggists and lightning Lightning saw no doubt npp'y for liconsoat the Decem- route to Chicago. This ought to be does, wmd storms additional charge without finest and best for ita size ho ever Om. at First National Hank, Slanford. ber term of the Lincoln county court. worth your early attention. Writo for le run more economically. and to-dajo-6- A good newspaper is wanted in every home, and the fact that the WEU.KL,Y GAZETTE has been published every week for Hundred Tho third installment ol Fani Pusey TakenupRt an ttiray on Kov. nl a led aad Years, and has been a favorite paper in many thousands of homes, is Gooch's great hypnotic serial story, "Tho them at puhlUher'a pricca. HEIFER. evidence enongh that it is all that has ever been claimed for it the I NKitnevury cant duo mo now to buy Burden of Mystery," in Fetter'a South- WHITE SPOTTED Havk your watch, clock and Jowniry repnireti at A. It. Penny's. All work my stock of iroodB, which I hnll shortly ern Magazine, for December, keeps up Own- -r can iet arac rj prirK prnpeity and o( best weekly paper published in the Central States. Ut ihii artveriUcmtlit and far the kewlug PF.fKR Glkl. open In tho new ator". TJiIh ia intendod the interest of the reiidur and Is roceiv- - her hQ ria of ghis gaper is $1.00 a gear. Rbxbmiikk that nit silverware. watcheB. Stanford, Kt. J Penny's wit! for every ono inih'btcd to nu. So please tug thu most fuvorablo criticism from the ring, Ac, bouKht t A. It. CC call itiitl'mjttiH. W. II Mcltolwrts. bo engraved Iroo of charge. It is worth a great deal more. Send for Sample copy and sec for Handsome illustrapress everywhere. yourself. drawings by Curolus B'cnner tions from LiuiiTcn by electricity, heated by accompany the story. PERSONAL POINTS. I'or the painlii extraction of ttth and othery GREAT JNDUCE32ENTS OFFERED AGENTS. steam and water running into every havo Kited it virtne aufllclrnt-minor singerr. A. 0. Cum, Billion, haa been granted 10 know k C.MORGAN,!) I). S. room in which it is needed, tlio Intkiii-oMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. a patent for a hay press. Journal has ono of tho best buildMirb Annik Hku.k Davio, of Danville, William M.Singluton and Miss Har The Daily Commercial Gazette stands unrivaled as a newspaper. ings for its busiiut's in tho Statu. Cotno U thorniest of Mihk Nora Moroland. riet iSudduth wero joined hoart and Its popularity extends from ocean to ocean. The freshest and most ami see us and pay your Nuhanriptiou. Of.all kind, Mn. T. S. Wrniii, of Knoxvllle, i here, yesterday by hand nt tho reliable news is given every day in the year from all quarters of the Mado and Set Up in All Parts of globe. and aa usual, them Is n pretty girl tn thu For 60 cents tho ladles of the Presby- Judge Varnon. the Country. wore Issued yesternight Marriage license WW. terian church sot a supper Address, No Agents cmploj lit. JksskHout to clerking at the Myers consisting of oysters, turkey, ham, sal- day to A. L. Peters and Miss Alice pay-In- i- Jimt opened an elegant lino of tadlts painplo copi a. IThero will ho a cencia ru h for these uncqualed prizes and you fur muffs and boas. Sovorance A Son. . bad hotter begin at onro to get up a club I am agent for tho D.via quilting ma- Tho Critic is tho brtishtpst and bravest chine. If you need ono don't fall to Sunday paper in Louiuvillu and jiu ho inu. .1. T. Hatchor. onglit to read it and net your frlendu to WillCahorn, tho electrician, is tl o do liktwla. cloverest and quickest man at the busiNEW ADYKim.HKHENTH. ness wo ever saw. Ho is nlwayH In a calls him good humor and ai everybody "Hill" this article w'll probably bo the -- &3T 3GST:&A."2 'first intimation that he has a surname. The Cineinnati Weekly Gazette. $1.00 &. I YB-a- LKSSTUAN TWO KNTS A WEKK. XDEnTTO." 1 n MONUMENTS court-hous- e, THE IIMS niSSK court-hou- e $ court-house- to-i- EVERYBODY THANKFUL -- . Old Iios2:cstcatl, Lin-,..!- ,. I Slim Remedy For Poeket-book- ! mar-rin- g - u Record-Homestea- d, , - f Uu ID 1H8 mm H010 II ills Will, -- - Commissioner's , Sae. - 'Ki 1 -i -- $i-cl- Ham-moui- FRIDAY, r Thereabouts, well-ke- pt J. S. HUGHES. wtll-bui- Wo Be Clothing for OF PBBKIN one-ha- lf Staple Dry Goods and Dress Goods,. MeD, ... - -- d Boys and Children, ct pur-pwe- c. court-hom- e m PERKINS, Crab Orchard. ' s.1 l - store-hou- ttvi-r- ce MIK Trt&a W.B.jacRQBERTE, DHiTJGCXST, wiu-do- : . judu-mo- nt nhip-eluip- hAl'l-'l.KY- , Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford BEAR OF BOOM. Sale of Personalty. t Saturday, November 1 1 4-- 1 BUELL BEST -- m 1 to-d- ay 1 , ,,, 1 ,. BO0TS& SHOES x NEW BUTCHER opt-m-- l rcqu-JBte- THE BEST ss - ts j 11 J. II. THE : : MADE. court-housejandf- at INSURANCE AGENT et STILL SOLE AGENTS. M'ROBERTS & first-clas- s id HIGGINS.' " r H xf aTjfej L". - - i W Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourna: A- OF NATURAL HISTORY. A mas in Maino has built au iramenso lobster pond and will put into it this o BITS 3scSI A. S. PRICE, SURGKOy DF.NTIST. Tor Sal Twenty RuHrting In the coiporate limits H f. I X-otH FARM FOR SALE. I will fell privately my 1'armol m Aorei on the Dunville fchtimferif pike, thief mile from Stan foid. It is well Impioved, with dwelling 'of fisc , room, new barn ami nil nectsfary outbuildings-alto has fine spring. Call on mt on the premises orddc(MametStanfotd, Ky KUGENU KKt.LKY. ei , Publlshod Evory Tuoeday nnd Friday rea -- PEHYKAUtX ADViVNCK. W'hi not SU.60 will be charged "ST NCE & prudent fRDYALIUYV yexr the busi-nam J i G h 'AKlKa POWDER Absolutely Pun? Tarler Raking Powder, H Rheft ol in leavenmir strength -- Latest United State Government Food Report. ROYAL IIAKINO POWDERCO , 1061 Wall street, isew or. A Cream of K. u. LOCAL TIME CARD. a. Train naves Konriaod at 5:39 p.m. too a. ru., returning I. &N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ,t jjpm distasteful profit. j6pm We arc all in business. We may not ,..310410 55 am "buy and sell and got gain," but our .7 Uvea are our stores, none tho less. Our ...45P South. alo curry passengers. patrons aro tho people vro meet. The The latter trains on standard time Solar profit wo make from the intercourse tv. ihrtvi. W calculated falter 10 minute me It about may bo summed up in the ono word pleasure That is the capital of this QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. fanciful trade. Memory is the informal Trains paw Junction City as follows: day book, checked and posted, which wo look over from time to time, and rn.; liluo which shows us past transactions. Here Social 3: a, Limited 3:ao was a greeting. There was a compli; Grass Special 6:ooY m. m. Mail ia.j3 ment. Farther on was a generous p. m.; Fast service. Scattered through it was the I record of good advice, valued informaNOTICE, This if to notify the public that tion, n&melc&A and numberless benefits Something from each of conferred. theso is profit. Then there are the services we have W. B. rendered to others. And it is one of the blessed things of this more golden fide Main meet, in office recently year that our chiefeat profits are de Office South e have vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. a rived from our expenditures. grown richest on that for which we benefits conferred. the most Falls Branch Jellico Ooal Co paid millionaire in the generous man. is The Miners and shipper of the GENUINE The totally impoverished is he who never does a benefit for Ids fellows. Tho wise man's annual day of reckont.. Trv it. it. .... ... - nii t for Stanford ...1 - ing cornea in the end of November. ,c corner 01 uepoi siren uu and Rowland. Oak Maybe he is a farmer who has watched road crossing the corn from sharp, green blades that UIOGINS & WATTS. 6 cut the soil to autumn's haze, when ,.. 11 Mail trfio yomg North..., South. Kipreistrain" South.., ' " Noith... Local Freicht North... 40pm a year he up his profits, u btracts from them his Iomcs, and itrikes. a balance of net iwcreMO. Then thoro re details. He h jalned so much on thin investment. He has lot o much on that. Some things hare been handled simply because It was an Accommodation to his customers. Some hare had a most limited demand. Not one in twenty of the peo ple who came to his store knew what the curious thina were for. Othern did not crc. Some things ho carried (.imply because it vu a gratification to him to sco them in Block. In the general casting up of accounts for the year, all theso considerations find place. As the merchant grows older in years and in business his possessions increase. With every successive annual invoice he finds about him accessory details which add to or detract from his business profit. It takes good judgment and a strong will to prune away the delightful losses, and encourage tho One possessions. man take invoice of h la foot miles an hour. car ana crop and Uack spotted hog, split in A crocodile which had "taken tho off right: weiirhi about ta pounds Owner car. by proving property and iwyide charge. pledge" was recently ahot on tho Daln-tre- e get it SAMUKLHOLMAN river, Queensland. lrab Orchard Ky. TVCW Tho creature's atomach contained a Father Mathew temperance medal dated 1830. Tnr organist at a Cardiff church Bargain inLincoln OountyfFarm found Beveral of tho notes soundless. If sold before the istof January 151 Acres; rich, An examination revealed the fact that productive and widl local? d. Apply to W. K. VARNON.Stanfoid. Ky. no fewer than six birds, including a 71 robin, had built their neU in the pipes. Electrical science Is now after the caterpillar. Alternate wires of zinc and copper, half an Inch apart, attached A : . SPLEnTmT) ': FARM, to a battery, encircle a tree. Tho cat- Known at the J. 1). Carpenter place, situated 14 erpillar mounts tho tree and soon be- mile from Hastonville, on the Middlcbiirc pike The place it well improved and In it healthful locomes a martyr. cality. For particulars, address MRS. V I HLDDKNS. Thk European rat Is found all over ifiio Olivo Street, Kansas City, Mo. tho world. In hot or cold climates it flourishes, and wherever man has gone it has gone and often secured a lodgment where man found It difficult or Denier In tinpleasant to live. In order to keep sea porgios through Foreign and Domestic Fruits, the summer tho Uahermcn of Rhode. Confectioneries, Ac. Island have nets so arranged that the Hat with hun a first class baker and can lurmth passing schools aro led up into salt read, Cakos and the like on short notice. S7 water ponds and the channels connecting with the ocean arc closed. BJEDTT. ir-i-t autumn about sevcnty-flvthousand Jfhct over Sevaraacc & Son'i Stor4 Mala ftretl, Stanford. lobsters. Tm: bees go to distance of from two to four miles in search of honey in good STRAY NOTICE. weather and fly at tho rate of seven Taken up as ttrar, about a wck ago, one white of Rowland. DAKST.tRewUod Tfiirm I LTor will sell privately my Farm Acre, 1 mile from Crab Oichaid, on the Nnnfnnl plkv. It it good land and well Improved with good dwelling, bam, vineyard, water, Ac ("all on me on Hit premises or address moat Crab Orchard. ofi Sil. DK THE RILEY HOUSE K. U. RILEY, Proprietor, JOHN NAltDI. London, sired. 77 - - Kentucky. Go to Earp's Art Gallery He I have moved to my new Hotel and am better Sreparcd than ever to accommodate the public To have tour phclompha taken. with nil tho kepfiup attached and every convenience deOive me call, FRANK RI1.EV. Is est Improvements, ot-i- y And will (;lvo vou good rutlsf.ietlon. A.J HARP, Stanford. Notice to the Traveling Public. I have had TII52 SIXISLTOX HOUSE At Rowland tepalnted and nicely furnished and have In connection with Hotel one of tho best saloons In th State, ot en day and night; a night man meets all trains. In connection with Houhi have also one of the best Mineral wells ia the Htatn and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs O V. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Flayd Ingram, Krin, Tenn , A. A. Varrn, Stanford, Dr. U. K. Troctur, C II Hramn.Mr. aud Mrs. T. W. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Johnson, New Haven, lim Cox. Orcensburir. Rates ft per day. J. M. Petrey, clerk. Oive me a call. ofcny J. V. CARRIER, Prop Jesse D. Vcarcn Keeps constantly on hand a full lino of s wammfflifco STAPLE S: FANCY GROCERIES ICE AKTD BEER. I will deliver Ice every FOREIGN GOSSIP. '"S&XsM W. P- - DR PENNY Dentist. Original Jellico Coal. itn-nt-. I i- Tnr. Tourist Zeitung publishes a list of Alpiuo accidents for 169J. Thoro were 33 fatalities in all, 20 having occurred in ascent without guidra and 0 with guides. Tweuty-sbwero tourists and 0 wero guides. Ten were caused by attempts to gather edelweiss. SnvEN years ago a Scotch woman established in London a "Homo for tho Dying," tn,, beds being prepared small Fruits, Shrubs, Vine and Plants. Prices for dying people .The applications for low. We have no ngents and our profits cease admission becaiie so numerous and where theirs begin. General aud Strawberry 10 pressing that steps have been taken to 7 on application V 1IILLF.NMKYKR, i II. I.eaingUm. Ky. enlarge the institution very greatly. O.vr. of the most curious stones in tho world is found in Finland, where it ocDISSOLUTION NOTICE. curs in many places. It is a natural barometer and uctually foretells probable changes in the weather. It is called Hating dlf solved partnership we ate vrry de scraakuir, and turns black skortly be- siruus of settling eur old business, nnd all customers Indebted to II. K. A V. II. Wcaren will find fore an approaching rain, while in fino accounts with W II. Wearen .V weather it is mottled with spots of their place of business. Please call and Co., at the same settle. It. K. ft W. H. WKAKKN, white. 71 Thk subjects of Great llritain are tho most tremendous patent medicine on the globe. During the pabt year the revenue derived from the y btanip upon patent medicines amounted to 1 1,200,000. Licenses for the salo of patent medicines THE JEWELER, have increased 1,840 in England and 111 c Cat-alog- in.irnietf vicinity Ami fine tabic delicacies. Special Stanford and pounds at j cents per ion pounds for so to ton at the raleof 60 cents, anJ attention given to the best brands under jo pounds at the rate of 71 cent. FOB. I cail Ilrcnner attention of Canned and Bottled goods, also "rowing specialCelebrated I. to the John for which X. L. fieer, C.'s Wilt Evaporated Fruit. I carry the lam agent.prices. fjrnlah In elthe keg or bottle. A Good, CorafortablOiResidonce, finest line of Foreign and Domes- Write fur K. IIKEMUK, Stanford, Ky. Jtf 1 On Danville street. Good garden, cow atturc, tic Fruits, Candies, Nuts, &c. yard, water, Ac. Apply to A (. I.anham buy only from the most reliable John II. Cattleman UK. HUGH REID, or MRS Ilr;TTIK.l'. AI.FOKD. ?t packers and t.an assure you of the best. Favor me with your order and it will receive prompt attenOrchard, Lawn, Garden. tion. Terms, 30 days. Goods Company, Immense stock of I'ruit and Ornamental Trees, Promptly Delivered. to families In ROYAL OS' LIVERPOOL. Insurance FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock Surplus that this S200.000 BARBEK&OASTLEMAN MANAGERS, - 20,000 Ooramerco swal-lowc- rs three-halfpenn- DAWKS Clocks in Scotland. WHAT J. ZEE. tr r' nt cuouce DEALER and Tobacco. Ohio Knots and Shoes. Cizar coun-tr- y barrel. Will UtwSalt for wl I thefor goods at take produce in exchange reliable 1 am also agent ior the old In and will keep a full line of these good tho merchants o tock.andallIaskof me their order, and nford 1 will I. to give and prices. the good In their house at Factory 1 ask a Thanking the public for liberal patronage, ROWLAND, KY., IN CROCERIES, HARDWARE, HZILT03ST ''; of-- d reniaunt BQWELl, EUSTIN & House, Sign, Decorative Painter STANFORD, KY., and Paper Hanger. -- Omntry work solicited. 5'3m f: ib 4 "? k t V V- m i iu - gained; how much of happiness, how many people now, perhaps none, who can write really good fairv tales, "be J H.YEAOER much of charity! How well we have cause they do not believe enough in 1. M. 11RUCK. giving; the learned the blessedness of priceless privilege of pardon, tho un- their own stories and because they BRUCE & speakable pleasure of a fragrant want to be wittier than it has pleased heaveu to make them." memory. stabl umT,Cvril Flowkr, of the house of comHaving these, it matters little how went the trivial fortunes of the year. mons, whom the queen has just elevated STANFORD, KY. years old, Having these, finding a balance on the to the peerage, is forty-nin- e iTectJulyist and credit side, our board is rich indeed, and has been a liberal member of the The above firm went iff patronage of the meetfullv aaks a though it bear but bread and water. house since 18S0. His daughter is a public. Having these the choicer blessings of wife of the late Sir Anthony Rothsthe year let us make thanksgiving for child. They are both deeply interosted RIGS AND HORSES NEW in the welfare of tho lower classes. a summer ended, and pray to - Estimates furnished. PEOPLE DO AND SAY. "Itcgjod busks rsveal the golden grain." W. S. Gilehrt, the writer of opera Maybe ho Is an artisan, who has armed librettos, goes occasionally to Wagner in summer ajainst the wolf of winter. performances, but declares that ho no Maybe he is a patriot, who sees his more understands tho music than he country richer for the overflow of does Chinese. twelve months' bleeslngs. Whoever he Mn8. William Hlack, of Orange, X. be, Thanksgiving day brings him a time J., sprang from her saddle while riding for reflecting. It is not in dollars alone, in Montclair the other daj stopped a not in columns of figures, uot in the pair of runaway horses, and Kaved the heaped products of the mill or the crippled occupant of the carriago they mine, that we measure the richest were dragging. And SILVERWARE. riches. It h the gain each heart has Tksnvso.v is credited with once havwon, the wealth each soul has garnered ing advised a man to read a verso from Complicated Watch Repairs and as the months ran by. 'the llible and a verse from Shakespeare Artistic Engraving a Specialty. Here in the twilight of a blessed year daily. "For," he said. " one will teach let us gather together about the tables you how to speak to God and the other All goods sold engraved tree of charge. which bear our plainer blessings, and ur Your patronize respectfully solicited. cast up the record of the twelvemonth's how to address your fellows." Andrew Lajto says there are not trade. ITow much of wisdom wo have Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of Watches, Jewelry invited to thn fac i Attention of the puk is tho only National Rank ii Stanford Under the provisions of the Natloasl Hank Act depositorr are secured not only by th capital stock, but by the lotkholderr liability lur an mount equal to the stock, o that depositors ol this Institutional secured by a fund of $,co,mo Five iworn statement of thecondition of the bank are made each ytai to lb United States Ovro-mcand its assets are examined at stated tunes oy government agents, thua securing addimona sndperfect safely to depositor. Tins institution, originally established as th Der.ntil llnnV of Stanford In iSfS. then ,::i as the National Rank ol Stanford in 165 and the Klrst NatKial lUnk ol gain has had practically an uninterSunlord tn of i year. It Is better suppllfd rupted esistence now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before In Its long and Af count of wrpoiatlens. aotvtfaMe career iirnis and inditiduaW respectfully solic-te- d Th Directory ol this Hank it composed ol T.J. Foster, of Stanford; Fontuf Keid, Lincoln county; J W. Ilayden, Stanford; S.ll. nautRm-ta- , Lincoln; XL J. Miller, Mt Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Mocker Stanfsrd; G A. Lackey, Ltucolni' T P. I lill, Stanford. V. O Weleb. Stanford! sV.l'. Tate, Stsnlord. Building, Louisville t Agents tbrswhou the South. v7. A. TEIBSLE, Local Aycnt, STANFORD. THK STAN KY JKD- - -- 7 $, Watertight and Ice ter Co. fldu-ctari- v, Has oniric ted with responsible firms lor II plams and will have the Ireaad Klectrlc riant computed in about slaty davs, the Water Plant sooa af- Inordeito place Individual contract in advance for and Electric Ligbl, the Company the following, Nimcssary water pipe will I hid, connected U mains at actual lor pip and work. Wtr r.ieetnc wires put In nifhtd freeol chtrsn ct aoU ntcestarv natures fur. To be of beiit quality and gusranlecd to give aiisiaciion The schedule of adonled rale I Immiriam per cent lower than is usually gjsen, - Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. Dwelling of j rooms, on faucet Kaeh additional room. Each additional faucet Stores, Hanks and Private Offices, $ , 1 M j 00 . 1 OFFICERS I. S. Ifocker, President; Jhn J. McKobcrU. Cashier; A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier. Sublet, prtvalr, onn animal Each aodlnenal animal 141VI. f,,Bl, Hoe attachment lor sptinklcr l.-- ,l, lancet . . 00 5 00 WftlV JCU J 04 03 I 00 Farmers Bank&Trust Co. or stanford,:ky., Is aow lull Electric Light Rates. For commercial ut: One arc and three 16 c. p. incandescent lamp I organiied and ready for business with Paid up Capital of .TO THE PKOPI.K OK. - YEAGER, Surplus, . - $200,000. 19,000. - J"' ror 16 1. p. each incandescent light, per mo. ,. , ,, ' o it j ' 3 .... -.- ,. f o. ta 66 " - rd id m -- I HUST0NVILLB AND VICINITY. I re-th- e am ottering :i f I 1 R- Havebccn purchased and nothing but turnout will leave the stable. yu a first-cla- ss ?f re- - makes all tho difference in the world whether wc put truth in tho first Lkroy Armstrong. plitoo or in the second plae Whr.tcly. Tiikrk is a perpetual beauty and WOII KING 0 KKTIMK. OK. of life that will gladden us hourly if we opco onr eyos to it. Lilian p. W. CREEN, Prop. Wltlting. Every nation that has weakened its women, narrowed their sphere of acconnection with the Mable, which If run This tion, crippled their opportunities for Myer. House, ba. been .upplicd wllh Fi.rmtn ladicf d .' I'reu Abu usefulness and power, ha by so doing Lot of Horses, Carriages, A New Introduced au clement of weakliest, into 1 Buggies, Wagons, Its government, blocked tlw wheels of advancement, and deprived itsolf of a and If better than ever rummer' Suppbe u great clement of strength. L. 1 Wilsupply the public with prepai j bur. And RIGS OF ALL. KINDS. Trbri: may be mon who take every Weddings. Personal and prompt attention given in moral height at u dash; but to tho Parties and llurtel. gents' 6 most of us there must como momenta P. V. GREEN, Proprietor when our wills can but just Hue and AL. BURNS. Manager. walk in their sleep. Those who in such I have buyer in the Kastern atie who are dailC shipping to rae moments wait for clear views, lind, rrhon tho issue is past, thut they were COME TO STAY , Colonel L'nclo Jaspor, I only Yielding to tho devil's chloroform. O. W. Cable. you must see you have your turkey. And when the blue mrds come I KA STANFORD, have been working right hard lately to ODOEST OF THE ODD. be able to get such a tine follow as that WILL BUILD A TEMPLE Uncle .Jasper Yas, salt; night wuk, Amon'o the relics in the rooms of the in this town mid mos'ly. luck. New Historical society is the tall of Ml'his Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is uow t0 George III.'s horse which was taken at in mv charxe and I intend to conduit it to add Tho Hiiltor'a TliunI(Klvlug. GOODS. but not only maintain it high reputation, atcommoda-tion- s For Ills Thanlikglvtng dinner he badsuob Goodly Howling Green. long lilt ot friends. Special to its .Of. film rooms.tor and cheer, for commercial traveler Iisos Kerr, a man well known at It offset all too labor and starvation ot u yenr: the dlsploy of samples. In., found a perfect miniaOno load of wood, from Farmer Ilrown. potatoes Knoxville. AND ture ear of corn with grains no larger rVZF.V FA,, First-Clas- s from his patches, Saloon A And from his grocery man a ham and ono big thun mustard seeds growing on a stalk AndHILLIARDand POOL ROOMS attached. box of mutches. of foxtail. JOSEPH COKFKY. Don't listen to the tales of other merchants U baked the sweat potatoes, ho bulled tho Tub pyrometer measures heat in degoodly ham grees and fractions and will give accur-ut- c And served It In connection with a stavin' pot figures, even though the heat runs of jam: Mo old worthless stock. up to the unthinkable intensity of lie locked the door and spread the feast, and 7,000 degrees. ate till eventide. Highest cash market price paid Then ahoutod: "Praise tho Lord!" and then-w-ell It can be proven by a simple calculasattined, Iwdiedl tion that the number of people which for Anr sell tho same old way. Call and see me, Atlanta Constitution. have existed on tho globe during tho whether 7011 want to buj or.not If goods are not atistactory I will ethiig' them or refund the Heady for Store. last 0,000 years approximates the grand money. Mrs. Tomdlk Wc ought to be happy total of Co.000,000,000,000,000. on this Thanksgiving day. I'm sure we lays eggs which nro Tub &c, at have much to bo thankful for. themselves luminous; however, tho MAIN STKLET, Tomdlk Yes; but I feel that I could young hatched from them are not pos& C0.f M. F. be thankful for a great deal more if wo sessed of those peculiar properties until I - HUSTON STANFORD, KY. had it to be thankful for. Judge after the first transformation. yr ' Give tliem a Call. MYERS HOUSE "Him who counts lire's sands, And holds our loved onca In HI hands," GEMS OF THOUGHT. to send us forward cheerfully into undiscovered country of the hiluru. that It A Great Bankrupt Stock lovo-lino- ss 11 Sfi&' BOOTS AND SHOES i wtlt-Wv- n Hats, Caps, Clothing FIRST-CLAS- S run THE 60FFEY HOUSE tirey--W!l- I HAVE JOSEPH COFFEY,SPror. " fill it mm . ?N K 37- -l CASH ELKIN !f My Goods Are 2Tew, 1 BUY FRCASH Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, glow-wor- JOS. SOLOMON VILLE, i.'i KY " fS SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL ' 35 HANK OK STANIORD, " th" S Nowclofing up) with lh same asset and under For each additional " " lha same management. Fur lurlher informatitii, apply to Ify provisions of Its chatter, depositors are a J W HAYDEN.Sup't.Ac in National fully protected as ai depositor Uanks, It shareholders being held Individually liable to the eatentof the amount of their ttocl therein at the par value thereol, in addition to th tmount invested In sucn shares. It may acta executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at tn individual. To those who entrusted their buisiness to us while mnagin? the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we wc here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their busineas Ky. rith ut, offering as a guarantee fsr proupt attention to tame, our twenty yar" uapiftno In I have 41111c a number of FARMS leraale ol the banking and as liberal accommodations as are convery M5i n amis in Lincoln county. tinent with, sound banking. TheM.- Farms are all well improved audi! 04 rich land, running ih sire Irorfi w to roo Aero DIHiitoK: Conwdeirng tlicis locality, their nthnis an.l frr. . J, Williams, Mt. Vernal! ; t1T f od, tkncoiivenieucoof turnpike and rati HKIll g OUrUIMf. m inu, uni nio J. M. Hall, Stsnlord; arc cheaper ihin tho Lands ef any nthcr,caunty,in J . S. Owsley, Stan.urd j uviw itv iM, 4icij rarrri in mv can. S.J. Kmbry,StsnfFft; ly over - miles from a decot. 1 ne ctmriiy cnecnea wttn turnniket rimninu J. K. Lynn, Stanford; incvery dneitin There not a Dublic read m A. VY. Carpenter, Mll(ctgevill; teriiig (he county seat that u imiU Macadainuexi. J. P. Cth, Staafnrsi; c ruse inc iMviiviue iiraucn ol tno I.. . R Vtllltvro Cocci), iMiitord, Ky R. dividing thi county from Kant to West and the C. S. R R Irons North to South; the K. C. R. K. S II. Shaakt, President. Cushicr. Irom this place to Cincinnati, crossing the C. & O. J II. at Winchester, givuic full access to the markets ol W M. Hrlght, Teller the whole world. HeMdas, we have thrt-r- t Iarc Ktftur Mills in the county that give ua a market f.jr all our grain right at home; and the develop-meiitb- f the mountain region ol Kastern and South eaitern Kentucky bv lailroadsand the oul- let Sonth by railroads has created such a demand I fur ail kindsof cereals and provender that wtcan I scarcely rotaln enough lor hemcconsmnptioo. 1 ho people ate prospcrou., geneious and kind, I 'lelievmg in Christianity and education. Thais is uot a neighborhood in the county but has a I and school-housfoil churchthe county scat of Lincoln, Stanford, I is a prosperous little city of a lout a.foo tnhab.tants aud is doorway frum the North and Northtuc great east south and Irom the Northwest to Southeast, I and standing a it docs gating right Into tho bos- -, ntn of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern s Kentucky backed up by the whole region ol the Stale with railroads running through I it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally one of the best looted towns In the South for mannlactuies and other enterprises of magmtud. Water Works are now being agitated and right abevethe town about of a mile Mra5!5olPSHSsBswBiTu there could be erected Water Work with very HI tic cost that would supply a clly of 150,000 Inhabitants with the purest and best water in the Mi world Our little city hss been newly rebuilt in 3 IrasuaiasArassssswrwraSBWVv. ILTT-r- n the last few years aud it business houses ard re " idences till compare with larger cities of greater Our merchants and tradesmen are pretensions all nrosirous and doing well. We have two bunks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that arc prosperous aud in a good condition. We have splendid school. We have a Female College, a large brick building, with over 100 pu nils in attendance and under the prlnclpalship ot Prof. J. M, Hubbard, is in a flourishing condition. We alio have a Seminary that is a good school, with Prof. II. F. Johnson, at its head. We have one of the best Public School buildings ic this section of the Slate, with over 100 pupils in attendance, and with other good private schools ' you see our school facilities are excellent. Dealer io the aboe We have elegant church builninri, representing every full Hogs offias denomination, with adoing corps 01 ministers for Cattle, Sheep clasa talent and are a better buiinrts Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a Bpecially. than any class of men in the city. I have tried to make this statement as facts, Persons having any of the above described) stork for sale or wlshini to purchase same, will do wiH without anv exaggeration or coloring, as thoa An experience of fifteen who know will bear n e out, and those who wish to All on or address me years in this businms has been ot profit to me and to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate I think I can mako it profitable both to the buyer among a good people with all the best surroundings, would do well to call and see me before p ur 100 and seller I' O address Stsnford, Ky. chasing elsewhere Officuat the Myers House, j.1 For 1st itc. p incandescent For Residence Usci lamp per no. 60 ". ' K. T. BTJSH, Stanford, 1 REAL ESTATE AGENT ue-ur- min .. 1 .. 1 Ul.y. e. lllue-Gras- three-fourt- Issfrsriiiii Vi'iy'i"" rv WILLIAM MOREUND, Orders and wrrm.iL sA4fet)wjiVi hi4!if$ibMwwcwassygswBPjaisrcawarwsf