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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892120201 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. ft. Semi-Weekl- y vol. XX. COUNTY Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2. 1892. U1ERTY, CASEY COUNTV, WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. DANVILLE. NO. 80 l LANCASTER, 8ARRAFI0 Tho union services will be held nt the Baptist church Sunday 1 r bt no hetwoen this bccu.forsotnu time. The tolonhono about Hustonvillc. court completed James II. Thomas' school will closo placo nnd Danville has boon ABOUT 1892, Judge Stiuson hoard the conttos of . A hay baler fell on tho hand and A COMET and will bo opened (or bueinuvi In a few at this place en Tuesday, Dae. Oth, nnd Sam Freeman's will last Saturday and wrist of H. W. French, Wednesday, nnd That will cmfi et high prtats and compelltlen in the loUowrnf artist: dayH. Thootllco hero will bo In tho on Wednesday night, Due 7th, If np admitted samo wounded both Beverely. to probate. Rolled Oates, IUjrrei' Canned Corn, providential hindrance, thero will bo n ltecord'IIotnettend building. Mr. J. B. Nichols has returned from I'olk's Canned Corn, Vermicelli. Messrs It. S. Crawford and I. J. Fo grand exhibition nt tho Christian church " Tho bond boys nro thinking of Canned Corn, Macaroni, IltueBcM ley went down into Wayne county last' n visit to Rockcastle county. Col. Wm. y. Y. Cream Chcete, where nil aro invited to attend. Yarirouth Canned Corn, a protnenado concert nt tho court-houcoun-tp- . Drtke has returned from Woodford Dates, J'lat Hock Tomatoci, A inntrimonal revival has taken week tobuy Homo hon, but Hid not find As on tho ovonln of tho 20th. His daughter, Miss Mary, h Btill I'elk' Tomatoen, any. nes. douhtlees nn en- plnco in this county sinco our last. Li wo havo no opori house Aprituti, Dried Apples, Mrs. G. A. Dcnham, who hnH been very ill. tertainment of this kind would bo well censo for tho following couples have very sick, ia California Evaporated Fruits, Mac Fry, the colored boy implicated MackLwle, much improved and will bo been issued Nathan G. Farrla to MIbs Pineipple, tliccd, . Peaches, 1, patronized. in tho bird btenling transaction mentionnhlo to bo out ngaln soon. Mr. fi. K. WilPineapple, grated, Michigan Hand I'lckfd Mr. D. M. Lnckoy, who has been on Mnry Kllen Whitehead, James Tropes Thursday ('anncd Ileef, son spent Thanksgiving with his parents ed elsewhere, surrendered N'avy Deans, .i duty as U. S. gauer at Silver Creek, tins to MIm Sarah Taylor; David Mnrplca to at morning nnd was Mint to the " Potted &x Tongue, Hound Hominy, Fincnntlo, Tenn. Miss Nanry;J. Lyons; LcbHo Spears, boon assigned to duty nt W. ll.Tiaylor'it DcUled Ham, Hominy 1'laVc, Several of our young people wont to for 30 days CoYoOyTeri, Prune, distillery. Mr. John M. Duncan, who colored, to Mies Sarah Lipsloy; Charlie Finn Phillips and Gene Owens went call on Miss Sallie Flora, who is now visOil Sardines, Fresh Oysters, has been on duly at Traylor'e, rocs n Vest to Miss Mnry E. Itlgnev. to Jo Turner's house, back of Parksvllle, Muttard Sardines,, Celery, Our towu Iirs been very peacablo iting nt Dr. Ad kins', last Monday even and raised a row, during which Turner ' " duty In Ar.deraon county. The change ' Salmon, Irish Potatoes, picked, and (pilot for soma time. On Monday ing. Miss Flora leaves Thursday to visit struck Phillips over the head with a shot takes placo Lobitcrs, Butfr, (rlendrt in Stanford night tho spell was broken. It was Gold Dutt Peachei," I)r, Torn Hood gavo an elegant Eggs, Mr. B. F. Rose spent Inst Sunday gun nnd fractured his skull. He is now J'le I'eacho, All Kinds of Sugars, nt his residence, Monday soon after dark nnd altor supper nt tho w ' ' with his father, near Tcllico, whoso in n fierious condition. Phillips and Canned Pear, Fresh Hams, evening, in honor of his friends, Messrs. Wilkinson Hotel; nobody anticipated Owens wcro drunk and are said to havo I'iga' Feet, , Fine Leaf Lard, , , any trouble, when there was n loud re- hoalth la very bad O. W. Lstor left George Robinson nnd John L, Ander-onCodPhh, Molasses, Fncst, I'last Tuesday night for Louisville nnd acted outrageously. . i.. Apple Vinegar, Pieties, it being their birthday. Itobiuson port and ouinlous allonco for a Bhort Frankfort on legal business. Saturday, Dec. 3d, Mr. nnd Mrs. p fj All Kinds of Cakes; 1'inestTeav timo, followed by tho distressing voice was 40 years of ngo and Audereod 6'J. Losov will give dramatic recitals at tho Your correspondent took Thanks Green Jara Cofice, Crackers, Charley Whlto of a female nnd then the groans of the Sam Junninirs nnd ,' A rbuckle'a Coffee, , Spices, JL giving dinner with Mr. F. A. Gur- - Opera Hoaee. This entertainment is t dlfllculty Monday night in vhlch victim tho deadly pistol had gotten in M. C. bad a Koajted Mocha Coflec, ' T Meal and Four, ney. It wnq n day that will he loug another of tho Centre Collece Y. lltce, Royal Java and MocliaMId, Losey nro clo several shots woro exchanged. White its work once more. It was soon found ' remembered by t'je threo young men A. course. Mr. and Mrs. Vine Stick f'andies, Mackerel in Cult, icoelvcd a pistol ball in tho right foot that William Wilkinson, son of tho who were cutiouiets of n high order and are under thnro and appreciated as All Kinds of X'tnas Lima Ucans, of tho Wilkinson Hotel, hnd LyceanJ, stranga to tuy. Jennings was landlord Candies, Fruits aud Nuts, I'umplcint, only young men who nio away from tho management of the Southern Fancy Oranges ana wounded in tho saino place. Jennings' shot with fatal effect Willis McCoy um Bureau of Louisville. Oat Meal, Ilananas. r employe of tho hotel. Tho homo can appreciate n hospitable wound is extremely painful and it is Engineer John McLeod, 'of LouisFine Silk Mufflers for Ladle nnd Gents in all designs. Ladies Silk Chiffon Handkerchiefs. .. ball entered his breuHt between tho secfenrod that nmputntion will bo necessaf.iegant lino of iancy Ac. Mrs. J. L.' Whitehead entertained a ville, is now here and will examine all I'cJtGoads. A most elegant lino of fine Ooeensware, such skin, stamped, Lames. Parlor Lamm. Hull Decorated ond nnd third ribs, ranging dowmvards, ry. White Is not soriously Injjiiod. Lamps,.Vc. Plain. aier numborof her friends last Thursday ev- tho big springs aud other proposed sourc- Mugs, Vaics, uwiue Receiver, lea sets, Sets, sell. fruit Dtsbei. Card Receivers. Flower ImmMn. Match Don t fall bv examine Tho question ns to tho circuit court passing near if not striking his heart. ening. D. i". Chestnut, editor ot the es of water supply in this vicinity. Our stock 01 coodsjuit now arrivlnc. Dinner 10 to 30 per cent. Come all means to and .sec our Comet and sure one and all the In Kcrpectrully, clerkship is not settled yet. Ah previ- McCoy was taken Immediately to the Corbin Enterprise, was down last Tues people are at last wide nwako on the Howland, Ky, hotel kitchen whore he died in 'Jo or HO day.-- Sheriff M. ously stated in thi column, the board A. MooroJ spent last subject of water works nnd they will bo gave tho cortlilcate of election to Mr. miuutefl. Wilkinson loft thnt nljibt. but Sunday with his daugiiters nt Nuzuretb, doubtless built if a Bufiicieut supply of Droaddus, Mr. Mason has served nolico came in TucsJay evening nnd gnvo him-bo- w hero they aro at school. Mr. J. H. Da- water can be fouud thnt is nvailable. up to tho legal authorities. As vis is building a largo livery of contest on Mr. Hroaddus and will pro. W. L. Sharp, as adminiatrator of and feed ceed to tako dopositions of the election Wilkinson ia in tho hands of tho law, wo btable. This will be tho first ono Wil- John E. Grcsbam, deceased, has brought oflicera in tho contested HryantBvillo forbear attempting to give particulars ac- liamsburg ever had that deserved the suit for 530,000 against tho L. A N. road precinct, consequently it will bo bo mo cording to rumors as they vary noruo-wh- name. for killing decedent at Junction City J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. The prisoner is now under guard, It was with much rearet tho people over a year ngo. Gresham was 10 years timo lwjforo tho matter is flually Bottled. Mrs. Kd Montgomery and daughter1 but tho time of his trial has not yet hero heard of tho murder of Sid Wor-tha- old and was crossing defendant's truck 1S92. at Jelllco. Tho good class of citi- whon killed. R. J. Breckinridge and frs. boon hut, m wo understand that it ia not are visiting Miss Delta Hughe. Superior courses in Literature, and Normal Juliet Gill Hodgerahns returned to her yet determined who it will bo tried be- zens hnd orgauized a band to rid the Itobert Harding aro attorneys for the Full corps of Conservatory department School teachers. circulars furnished on application. Music and Catalogues and An Excellent hoarding fore or who will prosorulo tho caso, as town of nil the prostltuteuud had run n plaintiff. hotndin liloomingtou, I ml. Mr. Hud Crook, of Richmond, w&i in town this Judge Myers' wifo is u relntlvo of tho great many of them ou", aftorgiyingthem Geo. Russell brought n lot of part week. Prof. Moistor went to Cincinna- prisoner and County Attorney Godbey severe whippings', and tlds timo McMil- - ridges from the West End, Wednesday, lin, n brother of Mrs. Jonas, was prepar- and while offering them for sale on 2d ti this week to purchase more goods for a a brother-in-laattempted to street John Marshal, colored, stole n -T- hero is much feeling in this sec ed and when Wortham hi confectionery and employ n baker. Mr. J. T, Kiaou has rttnrpcd to his tion over the shooting of Win. Moore, break open tho door, fired a load of buck dozen and handed them to Mac Fry, work ns mail clerk on the . S. road. son of Mr. George Moore, between bore shot through tho door and killed him. who made on with thom, but was over Mr. It A, Hurnsido, who ha been nick, and Middleburg, Inst week,. About 10 McMilliu was released at tho examining taken by Kussell, who recovered the is out again. Mr. W. 11. Collier hns re- o'clock a( night some person camo to tho trial. Tho "whito caps" may do n good birds. John was sent to the 'shall keep"; constantJy'on 'During the year 1892 I turned to Louisville. Miswa Altlo and yard fence of Mr. Goorgo G rider and work sometimes, but it is n had way to for 30 days and Mac has not yet been ar- hand a full and complete stock ot Ilia wifo onforco right, and those who tako tho rested. llessio Marksbury will leavo Monday for called for that gentlctnau. Itev. Geo. O. Barnes and family n two week's visit to their sister, Mrs. A. responded and told him thnt her hus- law into their own hands must bear tho band was not at home. Tho call was re- penalty if they fail, and cannot ask pro- were tho guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. O. 11. HIco, at J'aducah. leaving Mr. R. li. Hughes, city editor of the peated afterward and the wifo gave the tection when they are violators them- Bogle, Wednesday evening, KeconMIotucstead, nnd Miss Marguerite same reply. About 11 o'clock young selves. Tnursday morning for Stanford. Messrs. of Mr. It. E. Hugheu and Win. II. Collier, of HUBBLE. Miller, tho beautiful and accomplished William Moore, a brother-in-laLancaster, were in town Wednesday. daughter of Mr. Bnd Mrs. Johu W. Mil G rider, who lives with him, camo homo My stock of ...,. On account of the death of Mr. Low-i- s Mr. James Peters, who has lived on the ler, were married at tho residence of the riding ouo of Mr. Grider's mules. Havot Mr. Robert place formerly owned by O. S. Jackson bride's parents, on Danville avenue, ing to dismount to unfasten tho gato and 11. Dudderar, tho marriage Gentry has been postponed for a few for threo years past, left Wednesday for Wednesday evening, by ltev. Heddlea-ton.ofl- while stooping to unloose a chain, some days. Dayton, Ky., where ho expects to make Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my "customers ot Presbyterian church. Tho person from behind tho other gato post What has becotno of the colored man his homo heieafter. drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment;Mr. Thomas attendants were Misses May Miller and fired upon him, putting n load of squir A. R. PENNY. VanPelt has been criti- DALTOn in charge. Mayllugheannd Messrs. John Ander- rel shot in his right hip. Upon firlujj since tho election? Thoy aro bo scarce hero now that tho sausago meat in tho cised to some extent on account of his son and W. 11. Collier. Immediately tho shot it is suppood that tho assassin community has to be ground by tho unceasing ellorts to prevent smoking in alter the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Hughes found out that ho was mistaken and e. yia Danville for au extended trip called to tho young man, "Oh, William, house girls. Yet, if tho lobby of the left, Tho tin key trade of this country has thow who criticiso most only knew how through tho South. Wo Join with tho I was not aiming to shoot you," and enormous. In thix immediate disagreeable tobacco smoke is to all who entire community in wishing them a called on young Moore to Btop that ho become should not be further hurt, but Mooro vicinity thero huvo been $1,074 worth handlo tho mails, especially to Mr. VYs life of blia that will nover bo marred by sold since Oct. 20, of which $43S worth daughter, Miss Hallie, and if thoy knov, a stumbling block along life's rugged made his way to tiie house, severely though it Is hoped not dangerously was received here in ono day. Just think also, that when oncu tbo inside of the road. wounded Drs. James' Wesley and I. C. what an amount in the county and Stato ollicc becomes filled with euioko there ia Dye were called upon aud extracted in the same proportion! DEATH'S DOINGS. practically no escape for it, they would Is Keceiving Hia Corn in this vicinity is Belling at modify 6ome of the shot. Of courso it is their criticisms, or what is betof President Dr. Scott, father-in-lawho tho guilty party is and thero $1.73 to f 1.85 nt the heap nnd $2 doliver- - ter, ceuso them altogether. Harrison, died Tuesday, aged 1)0. od, which is leas than Inst year's prices, U likely to bo further developments. Mrs. Amelia Cobb, wife of Benson Young Mooro Now Joisey'aollicial vote gives Mr. has tho reputation of be- with not half the corn that thero was Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Cobb, died Monday night, near Rich- ing very popular nnd inoffensive and then. Tom Wood has gathered up nil Cleveland plurality. The prohi mond, ot pleurisy. Climax. greatsympathy is felt for him on ac- thoshoata in this locality at I to Ire and bition man got 8,1 Jl, an increase of about I Thojito Mrs. Diokcy, of IN'icholas count of heretofore having gono through shipped them to Winchester for cattlo 1,000 since 1SSS. y county, should be accounted an Tho vote in California, as the count men. a very sovoro surgical operation to blessed mother. Though eho Mr. Frank Holtzclaw nnd wifo will nears completion, appears to be so close Hvorybody physical sufiwring-ilived 84 years and was 13 years n widow, in In favor of bringing tlio assassin to remain nt her fttther's, W. II. Under- thnt the slight variation in the votes for (Late Alexander's Hotel.) wood, for thb coming season. Dr. Cicero difJcrunt oleetors may divide the electoralf her Peven childrou survivo her. MIbs Kate Napier, of the May wood Kuhanks und .wife, ofPadueni, gave his al vote between Harrison aud CleveS.CHURCH" AFFAIRfather a Hying visit this weok. He is land. As the count now stands Harrissection, died a few days ago of eonsump Rates $2.50 Per Day. e said to bo doing a fine practice und on is only 320 votes ahead on tho hightion, aged 30. Sho was n daughter Rev. Spencer's mooting and Green Streets, opposite the Court-HousCor. Jefferson, Center lato 1. H. Napier nnd had been, a nt the Rroadway Christian church, Lex- promises to bo ono of tho first physicians est olector. Ky. for muny years. ington, resulted in $0 additions. ot that city. tried and truo christian George Harris persisted in showing : W. liaslln, whoso BiW. R. LOGAN,- Sullivan, U. Robinson waB up marked attontion to tho widow of Prof. Joseph Mr. and Mrs. Johu A. W. Jones, J. J. Elder W, E. EI1U haviug rucovered, Manager. Marshall, clerks. ster alio wan, enmo down to bo present at requests us to nay that ho wjll fill his from Rradfordsvillo to spend ThanksgivJ. J., ltogers, colored, at Richmond, Ind. ing with his father. J. W. Wright's now aud tho colored people of that placo tho last scenes. regular appointment at tho Christian Of a complication of diseases, finally church Sunday-house is nearing complotlon. Mrs. C O, showed their good senso by taking him a. c. SINE J. N. MENEFXX Kllccting the heart, Mr. Low is Dnddernr Owing to tho absuuoo of tho paator, Link, of Danville, has beeu visiting her out and swinging him to a tree till he breathed his Inst Monday night, after Rev. W. E. Arnold, who was called' to father, A. C Carman. E. S. Boll, who swore ho would leave tho country never many mouths' illness, aged Uo. A mem- Bourbon by tho illness of a relative, ltev. has made ua a good citizen for tho past more to return, if he was released. ber of tho Ghiist&u church for yonrs, no John R. During, who has been holding year, will tuovo to Adam Ponco's about A jury in the Federal Court at Nashman Btood higher in his community for a protracted meeting at the Methodist Jan. 1. ville Tuesday decided that wheu whisky ow sinco tho democratic party has in a. bonded warehouse is destroyed by uprightness aud morality, together with church, has labored under such disada good vantages that he thought best to closo It every reason to bo encouraged in its ef- fire, the tax on tho whisky not having all tho virtues that go to make up rition, husband, and neighbor. Ho Wednesday night, which he did. Theio forts for reform id tho tarllT, &c, let tho been paid, the owuers of tho whisky Miss Jvduio Taylor hi his were no confessions, but all who attend- Stato of Kentucky make aomo reform are liable to tho government for the iuil married nnd the county of Lincoln some changes, amount of the tax and interest ou this younger days and sho is left to tuouru ed felt better for it. Office that tho people who have bo earnestly amount till paid. bis loss. Thoy nover had any children Let His Hbah its tuk Fiiisr. The In- - nnd unanimously givuu us their Hupport of their own, but thero was uover a timo A dispatch to tho Enquirer from thoso of othor TERIOIUTOURNAL Calls UpOU tllO Leglsla- - in this struggle may not become dissat-isflo- d Kxtuoro, Ya., states that thnt thov did not havo during tho coming four yoars. Peo- Cleveland bagged 125 ducks iu a little pcoplo to raise, eight at least having ro turo to pass a law requiring that every eelved tho saroo auection ana caro ns mau reaching tho ago of 10 shall be be- ple havo double tho curiosity they ouce over an hour's time. Tho dispatch also . ' nnmntH bestow on their oUapring. An headed. As the law could not ofTcct us had aud aro more enlightened, and near- adds that 53 were brought down with ' er than over ready to give anything ft oue shot. Ananias has certainly taken unusallv sood man lias fallen nnd his on for a good many yeart to come, und ns Having bought out the remnant of the 'stock of John B. Fosrer, tiro community mourns. Tho funeral wo know a lot of old curmudgeons who trial that seom i for tho osttor or will not up his abode in that portion of the Old I am now disposing of it at less than cost in the basement of Severservices were conducted by Revs, S. Col- would he improved by its enforcement, make things worse. Therefore to to--' Dominion and he is doing lots of newsance's store, preparatory to main in power implies to do something paper wort. wo ro inclined to join wjth tho lier and J. G. Llvingstou, nt Goshen, of tho voters of this in demanding its passage. for tho betterment Tho annual report of the treasurer which the remains were interred 'in hard That jnau 3ogan, of tho Times, is or county, this Stato and theso Vnited of tho United States shows a decrease of old family buryiug-groun- d, tho Hl-4States. Strengthen the party by olectiug and wo aro not sure which. in tho net ordinary revenues tho best domocrats to office in county for the past fiscal year, and a decrease of Frankfort Capital. Tho nearly complete count shows and State, who will enact tho most in tho net Ordinary expenditIn the new storeroom of Mr. Withers, now nearing completion. I A meteor weighing 10 tons, bo a dis- wlinlnaomo county and State laws; or $10,340,354 tho voto in North Dakota bo closo that It largo and especially tho ures. Tho total receipts for the year are am agent for and have on hand the Oliver Chilled Plows, Studebaker will depend upon tho yotu of 120 Tudi-an- s, patch Bays, fell near Now Castle, Col,, tho pooplo at young converts, who aro just making given as $730,401,296. Tho public debt Wagons and the Dicks Famous Feed Cutter. whose right to tho ballot Is contest- and burled itself In the ground. It ia their first Jlght for better times, will Boon Juno 30, 180J, isstatedas It will be to your interest to give me a call. ed. With these the Harrison electors Hupposed to havo come from Biela'a tail. become tired o! the expression, "Turn aa increase of $42,107 553$1,558,404,144, during tho havo 15 majority; without thero, tho which ia said to be 300.000,000 miles inJ tho rascals out," if in their place we put year. In length. thieves. Weaver electors will be elected. And grmo, here comet nlht. Wo havo hail considerable rain later Malindn, wife of Wea Cook, colored, Circuit court begins horo next Monly and tho nvor is fuller than ft has day. This will bo Judge .Boyd's last died Tuesday. Thoy camo here from Biela's Comet Has Come TO "APPEAR IEC. isl, vi M -- lv-i- nit ee M work-ho'is- e t. M to-dn- y. " - Mi , Al , v -- 1 j, i - ! 1 X (col-ord)fn- n 1 avoI-com- o. .V-- - STEPHENS & KNOX. U VJ WWI S. f. ' Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6tli, X T I at. Li 31 w. A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER J 3 f l work-hous- e r Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, JEWE&RX he WATCHES, CLOCKS & Q2 Post-mast- er post-offic- H.(URUPLEY,--- immk Htfr mMmA j n bub-peele- d w FAMfWimrililllS (MMBg nxcop-tionall- . THE WILLARD. e, $&&&9l?M$ of-th- four-week- s' Louisville, l.il-bur- n . sine & Proprietors of The menefee; v.l ., .TANFORD LUMBER YARD, and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. TO THE PUBMG - af-t- er Intkm-onJouRNA- r, -- , Opening1 Out a Full Stock of Groceries, 4, $37,67-1,00- 3 Hardware, Stoves, &c., J. S. Van ARSZ3 ATiT l. IS ' .' O CSi - if,,. ii -- ' m i; Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal The Frankfort Capital denies, upon Will Bell, r negro boy nppareut authority, tho story that has who murdered an officer, was hung at I I V l-- 1 J 4 J, i r boen published from polo to pole, that Macon, Ga , Tuesday. Tho oujy objec Mr. Arthur Y. Ford, of tho Courier tion he mndo to tho halter was Hint he Stanford, Ky., December 2,1892 Journal, is an applicant (or tho consul- was afraid that would it hurt. ate at Kuuaeawha, and says ho will inIn anticipation of tho probability stead be assigned to duty as chief cleric that the tax on whisky will havo to be of the department of agriculturo under increased from POc to $1.30 a gallon Now Secretary E. G. Logan, the president York speculators havo bought 00,000 reading our endorsement, having ful- gallons in Louisville in the last few : ly decided to appoint tho Mr. days. Cleveland was so grateful to us for tho o A sensation was created at St. the interest shown in tho success of his seph, Mo., by tho action of grand A nADic.M, revision of the McKinley administration that he immediately sont jury in indicting several prominent tariff law, with a sole view to tho raising a collect cablegram from Hog Inland, uiembors of socioty ou tho chargo of l.pff. of sufficient revenue, and no inor, to thnnking us and promising to placo n routing buildings to keepers of houses of l?.nihii ft.vt.ioln. ' pay tho expenses of n government hon- fuw other olllces at our disposal. Col. ill fame. The Houston Post has received letestly and economically administered, the Johnson soys that Mr. Ford's principal re-ma- rk we so we to 'iem expunction from thestatutobooks duty will he to introduce tho now An- ters from members of tho next Senate entire chorage Beanstick Corn to tho notico of and House showing that Roger Q. Mills of tho Federal election law, whereby National interference in State elections is the farming clement. This now corn has enough votes to securo his to tho United States Senato by a permitted and the purging of tho pen- grows on a vino; is stuck liko beans, and, like that edible, tho grain grows in pods largo majority. it desion lists, are. some of tho things ami has no cobs. It was invented and It is said in Now York that Charles manded by tho people and promised by laS. Fairchild, who succeeded Daniel Mantho democrats. They will all be fulfill- patented by Mr. Logan, after much ( it bor and pains, and it is said that it will ning as Secretary ot tho Treasury in the u "'yM. ed in duo season. It cannot bo done in ct tt Clevoland Cabinet, has been tendered JLvery a clay, so let every ono wno is impa- -' fill a long felt want "in our midst." ct and accepted the treasury portfolio in ct tl to tient Jor a return to first principles in Tug new election law fixes the first tho coming Cabinet. (t government possess his soul in peace tt Wednesday in December for tho electors Senator Gibson, of Louisiana, is ree. .. and wait for tho good time if is almost here. The concen- to meet in Frankfort and cast their ported to be in an extremely critical con and which may sus of opinion seems to be against an votes for president, but the Federal dition arid the physicians nay death statutes name tho 2d Tuesday in Janu occur at any minute. Tho action of tho extra session of Congress, but tho grand ' All can bo Btarted in the closing days of ary. It doesn't matter much with such heart is only maintained by stim ulants 'tho present Congress to run to glorious a majority in the electoral vote as Cleve constantly administered. States Marshal Auxier, land has when the electors meet, but fulfillment early in the next session. the Federal provision will probably be against whom a suit has been pending in Was ZOn Republican of thefouith-clas- s followed. Ono of tho electors, who also the United States court at Louisville for are up to the usual saarp practices wants the earth, is ono of tho mny ap- years, over an alleged deficit in his offi Vests of their party and are in manv instances plicants for messenger to carry tho vote cial accounts, has settled the matter by resigning so that thoy can name their to Washington, but it is likely ho will paying tlo government $2,500. democratic successors, while the appoint- not get all tho pie connected with tho The Chesapeake iV Ohio has now 75c ing power will respect their wishes. Tho business. 55.9 miles of double track in operation holders of nearly allof these offices have west of Clifton Forge. This year 19.2 NEWSY NOTES. little stores to help pay expensqs and miles were graded and the superstructheir idea is to have a democratic friend Representative Joplin, of Rockcas ture is now being placed. It is contem appointed in their stead so that ho will tle, is very ill at Frankfort. plated to construct 45 miles next year. let them continue to have the office at Heleno Roberts, of ono of tho best W. F. Hansford has been appointed j tinnncxl HI styip.' er stores and receive most of tho emoltheir at Leroy, in .Pulaski coun- families in Wilkesbarre, Pa., died from A story is told of h iniiiitr who for a uments. They further think that a dem- ty, n effects of a criminal abortion. Every the month or two nftw hi appointment to! ocratic president would hardly remove a Senator Kenna, of West Virginia, who ofi'ort to induco her to divulge the name n country hN lieir-er- a irisli iimI tot democrat appointed by n republican, but has been very ill at Washington, is pro- of her betrayer was made, but shu'would ! to trinons of u very flowery dps if our Groyer has lost none of his love nounced out of danger. only sav, "I love him still, and God will Finding, however, that continr il for the people, he will decline to bo a The official vote of Iowa gives Har- bo his Judge." preaching of this kind is fruitful of litparty to such appointments and order rison n plurality of 23,005 over Cleveland, A package containing $10,000 was tle lwiieflr. 'p changed his style to Mme- changes made to suit tho patrons of the a falling ofi of about 0.000. catching, hut moro pnicticnl, sent from Now York to the Island Sav- i nunc office and not bimply the republicans, Miss Sophonisba, daughter of Con- ings Bank of Galveston, Texas, but and also, with the view of mldiug weight who hopo to profit by pulling the wool gressman Breckinridge, is studying law when it was opened by the bank offi- to his pxhrrtntioitd,-- Inaugurated tho ,schwlnles.-tom"- of making collection. over their eyes. cials it was found to contain only a 'lot with a view to practicing it. "yjAi On one occasion h yonng lady collector Enterprise and HaIe'sMcat Cutters, LardCaiis "Hutth cr Knives and went by tho Wells- Thirteen hundred people are down of brown Daner. It on an rrsiwmio nenuvolent old Gov. Bnowx has decided that nothing Forgo express. spin-to- r lfl nging totthe congregation, ets- in their appeals is sufficient for him to with typhoid fever in St. Louis and bun we want-- i wnET The control of tho next Kansas State and began f o attack with tho iimiiiiMt-inc'reds of new cases aro added each day. interfere with the course of the law, so if" vf-- wrri'ijw"i-'- y drawlug by lot. schedule, hut no ootior was her At Soldier, this State. Charles Bing- Assembly depends on a the awful, but very deserved, spectacle That body now Btands G2 republicans, 5S imshion comprehended than the conntc. of four murderers dangling in tho air ham in a fit of jealousy cut his wife's people's party, 3 democrats and 1 inde- nancoof tho spinster Jmnloiied. "Xa, Kill'' she will bo enacted in Louisville on the throat from ear to ear and then shot himpendent. The remaining representative ha'penny exclaimed. "Wlia wud gie s nd;ahvays pay thciliighcst'pricc. to you man? I Hklt tun wttd Give us a call. 9th. When 12 murders aro committed self. The British steamer Roumania was is to be seated by lot, the vote in Coffey enouch whnn ho hmmI to toll us nboot in a city of the size of Louisville in a year, wrecked near Lisbon and 113 lives lost. county being a tie. tho woikso' nature nn thobonnio llo- a month of which is yet to come, it is John Daugherty, of Tiffin, O., laugh- crs nn a' that, but whnn ho bugood to Only nine of all those on hoard were high time that the perpetrators were beed so heartily when tho election returns speaK tut us liko yon al)oot oor fau'te, I saved. ing worked off in squads and battallions. T. S. Stringfellow killed Charles H. came in that it gave him the hiccoughs. couldim duo vi' tun." Scottish American. Let the good work continue. There is Pratt, another editor, at Gainesville, They continued to trouble him and mednothing moro beautiful than a broken-necke- d "Onto 111 Curxr." Fla., for maintaining improper relations ical aid was called. Nothing helped him wk-Ai- u . murderer. and finally with one great hiccough he with his wife. ino I'eopie s party uas etlecteu a passed to tho other world. 0 Tubhe will be but ono lone negro in new organization in Kansas under the i the next Congress and he goes in by the MT. VERNON, H0DKCASTLE COUNTY. Blim majority of 40. If he were a demo name of the "Boys in Blue," a rival of Born, to the wife of M. C. William?, crat and the republicans had the same tho G. A. R. George S. Kohn, guardian for three 8 boy. power that the democrats have in the Uncle Walk Newcorab has been 'House now, he would never take his children left by Mr. Gillman, of Denver, seat. It will bo remembered that the has disappeared with $100,000of the chil- quito ill. rArKiT.v. esiw FORf? if TT Ogee, the man who cut James AdReed Congress'unseated'a democrat from dren's money. While seated at the breakfast table ams, was allowed bail in $500. the Petersburg, Va., district, who had John McMillan, of Youngstown.O., withMore buildings are in the course of over 1,300 majority, and gave his place to the Langston. The out a word of warning drew his pistol erection hero thai have been built for negro, and shot and killed himself. new member is from South Carolina. yeais., John W. Keller, section foreman of Mr. Ed Rcppert was up from ChatMirahilk dictu, the House passed the the K. C, was instantly killed near Lair tanooga to see his parents at Ravens-woStephenson bill to deduct tho per diem by a freight train running into the handlast week. from members not in attendance on the car on which he was seated. In the death of Sid Wortham the body, but that doesn't make it a Jaw. William Reed has bought of Dr. J. railroad loses one of its moat efficient There stands the Senato like a stone wall B. OwBley the two tracts of land belong- and popular agents. to prevent the cruel invasion upon sac- ing to J. M. Phillips, for $7,500, a profit James Adams, the man who waa cut -- Life. red and vested rights. The bill, dear of $540 on the commissioner's sale. up by Ogee, on Brush Creek, two weeks reader, will never become a law. The At Hopkinsville Mrs. Chas. DomrMlo Kriiiinmy. since, is ou the road to recovery. Three or four salesladies in a WoodSenate has already shown its hand by birth to triplets last week, Sammic, the Little resolving to draw pay during the Christ- and two years ago alio had twins, mak- - child of Mr. M. C. Williams, died Satur- ward avenue dry goods emiorium were i talking about thoir domestic affairs the mas adjournment, from Dec. 23 to Jan. ing uvo cuuuren in tless tnan two years. day morning and was buried Sunday. other day during lunch hour. John F. Davis, Gov. Knott's comA large number of engines haye "I think," said one, "tho gas company : Senatoh Gorman gives his Maryland missioner of agriculture, is the latest ap- "died" on the road during tho past four is a tyrant. Why, do yon know, our ga : constituents, who have entered into the plicant for collector in this district. Ev- weeks on account of bad water. As ma- bill last nror.th was U0." "Oh," twittered a demure, hluo eyed V mad rush for office, this piece of advice: ery county now has an applicant, some ny as six in a day have had to bo towed girl, "ourn was only $1.10. ' in. "You must go slow. It is no use trying two or three. "But we havo ho inuchcouipaiiy, and Bemis & Staunton, who worked A Frankfort dispatch to a Cincinnato hurry Cleveland. You are simply tho gas i turned on full every night." 0 ti paper says Rockcastle's member of the wasting your time and hurting your Cincinnati parlies and others out of "So do bluoeyes again, during their shdrt career as commis- Legislature is dangerously ill of gastritis, "but wo we," twittered down case." The impatient legions in other turn tho gan low," and States wculd do well also to check their sion merchants, have been located in and adds that he has been using too much then everybody laughed, and so did hluo Ottawa, Canada. intoxicants for some months and that he eyes, with a shy littlo blush of pleasure. W. II WKAKKX enthusiasm and wait for tho wagon. MKS.A. V. jAMfcS. At Francisco, Ind., John Kelloy, refuses to resign at the request of his Detroit Free ProsA TiiEcomptrollei's report shows that white, and Louis Watkins, colored, fought constituents. A IJiuilitriit ('ttiiiplliuriit. 1615 National banks were organized dura duel with shot guns. Kelley's gun Hugh Miller & Co. will be the style A minister in tho iast utid: "My brething the fiscal year, with an aggregate missed fire and ho was filled with shot. of the firm operating the ren, the collection will iiowIkj taken for capital of S15,2So,000, of which 85 per Both were drinking. plant at Maretsburg. Mr, Miller and my expenses for a trip, for I am going Our new line of-cent, are in the South and West. There AuguBt Sauer, aged 13, and Joe citizen of this place have just clos- away for my The moro I re are now 3,783 National banks, with total Wright, 14, were run over and killed by ed a trade, buying a half interest in the ceive tho longer health. May." I can Tho largresources of $3,510,001,897. During the an electric car in Cincinnati. They were plaut. It is the intention ol the firm to est collection ever made in that church year 53 went into voluntary liquidation stealing a ride ou a wagon, which wap get out $20,000 worth of ballast at this was taken. And now the question under disctiSMon is "whether tho hizo of tho coland only 17 failed. also knocked into smithereens. crusher during the next season. At Head of Grassy, this State, Miles Mr. F. Krueger, the lime man, will lection was a compliment to the preacher Kev.Sam Jones says many things that Session shot and killed his wife's father shortly begin the erection of a patent or much llio reverse. Louisville Westhad better be left unsaid, but when ho ern Recorder. and mother and then blow her head ofi. kiln at thisjplace for the making of lime Coal Hods, Vases, Pokers, .Shovels, Kitchen Sets, remarks that the pension appropriation Zincs, Russia Three men were seriously wounded in in large quantities. Their capacity will fluking .Sure. should be cut down $50,000,000 at a pop IronJPipe, cct. to arrest the brute. attempting be one per day. They will have Two tourists from Pittabunr were he is not talking through his hat, but The "Barrack," in Cincinnati, where their own side track and a steam drill parting in Paris ono day last summer. speaking words of truth and soberness. 50 W-- H. "You must be sure to write to me people sleep, was set on fire, hut the will be used in getting out the stone. It payments arc a shameful Our pension whon I get to Heidelberg posto re- inmes were tax on the people, which call for imme- tho lives of ilucovered in time to save is expected that tho works will be in op 8tante, said one. tho sleepers. Mrs. Jessio eration by April. diate pruning. "Oh, 111 be sure to," replied the other. Levy, one of the tenants, is locked up, Miss Nannie Kennedy, of Russell-vill- "Is poste restanto tho principal hotel at is with her sister, Mrs. M. O. WilSrKAKEit Moork forgot himself and suspected'of the crime of setting the Heidelberg'" Pittsburg Chronicle. liams. Samuel Ward, Jr., is working called Hon. Harvoy Myers to the chair house on fire. The Kenton county grand jury has nights at the depot while Tom Heston is Knlso Hopes. jhe other day, the first time he has ex.Dealers In "Do you enjoy a nice bird?" asked the courtesy to his competitor indicted Councilman Joel Baker, of Cov- visiting home folks at Hunts. Mrs. Cleo tended the or the jekership during tho tegular, ington, on the chargd of accepting $400 Brown went out to Grajs, Tuesday, to obtuao yoting man as they came out of bribe to vote for tho recent street he present at the wedding of Mhs Ida the theater. called or adjourned session. "Yes," replied tho girl with an appeordinance and has also indicted the Adams. Mrs. Georgia Coyle, is visiting tite. The Danville Advocate announces that Hon. Harvey, Myers on tho chargo of relatives at Mtddlesboro. Little Miss AND, "Well, I'll introduce yon to my annt. it will begin the publication of u tri- attempting to bribe Alderman John O. Ida May Adams, who has been seriously She has some lovely canaries." Washweekly1 paper about New Year's. Its Droege. Last night Baker and Miss ington Star. ill of diphtheria, is improving. town in large enough for a daily and it is Ghat ley Drew attacked Mr. Mattie White, of Lincoln, returning Queenswarc, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps. Chamber Sets. n?nn. a womWrin m the owners have not Droege. Drew was shot in the neck, from Middlesboro, waa tho guest of Miss Cleveland beat Ilanison 70201 in made it one Woro this. his wound not proving serious. week. ets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. Mattie Newcorub, last the city of New York. C501MC3E2TC" -- W. P. WALTON. STUTJOK D nf-t- er SIX PAGES, Jo-th- THE LODISW STORE La$t night and smashed prices right .and tho house was struch on the price ticket; sojkc struck oft' halt, others only a qwiwtcr, and hadn t time to them, sell concluded At Comet Struck Prices This Week Every $15. 00 Overcoat, the Comet Struck the Price to a ti to """ a " 9.00 to it' Every 7.50 it " Every 5.00 tl to a " " Every .00 to $10.00 5.00 7.50 6.00 2.75 S.50 Our Underwear Department 3jc. Ex-Unit- ed post-maste- struck in half. Look at this: All wool Bed Underwear Fine Merino Underwear tor men 50c. Ladies ' iKL men vests zoc. Ladies7 Grey Ribbed Heavy Cotton mli.&'&'$ Stanford, Ky. "" "fort,ato, and SI. Blank- A. HAYS, Manager. post-mast- rt np-tio- n. FOR SALEMJXCHANGE is Heating Stoves, Stove Pipe, Zinc, Coal Vases, I Coal Hods, Shovels Tongs and Pokers. Z WW,T-UC,-.i.Vnrv.,ilK g UOUNTRYiPRODUCE MoBLnnTEY' BEOS, A , 1 THE SOLE AGENTS -- a-- )fu r mule-face- d THOMPSON'S FITTING od GLOVE - CORSETS. McEl-vainga- . SIX DIFFERENT STYLES. $25,-00- -- rock-crmah- CALL AND SEE nn-oth- er fflSATING iTOVJE 9 car-lo- ad if 4 V WEAKEN & CO. e, FARRIS1I& HARDIN, rail-roa- d HARDWARE, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, t? V-- - gWH'il'i.JLJ IW" iipaajaavn . -,- - - ?rf - -- H J fl ,l. laf.. WA JL JPMI .f , - Mm JJJ.,- - , L v ' '' kaJw&a 1 n D -- " Semi-Weekly ( Interior Journal ii Plea For Better Reads, (To the Editor Interior Journal.! Nov. 27. Now Walnut tho ploction In over nntl tho boom of tho 1892 anvils ami tho shoutings linvctlioil nwity Btanfohd, Ky., DcmuiUBii tho peoplo cAti tuko turn to etiuly Hit subject of hn tor public hlhnuyfl. There H!,o,WAi.TON,BUB.Manu(jer is no ono ho malt as to itFAert that tho presaut ntiMl of kcepiui; up the romln it tho proper wny, for It Iihs been a fttiluri Two Unusually Good 01Tcr3. anil tho rnoni'y Hpi'tit liHHilorio no good RKAL CHHIS'LMAS OUTS oxcoptto pay Ponio one's taxoa. JuhI bovs Hih roiiilrt tiro lo hi worki'tl in Hit.1 Pint The itrt Holiday Vitmbtr (tnfarged la hit bright! of tjutrterly puMIca- - ijution to bo solvt'tl, TltMt tho roa'lri J PtTJ couMlitulo tho hiiivii'Pt tax tho farim-"TALES FROMTOWN TOPICS," hastobenr iaailtnlttoil by fill who liv ttancVand nt, rul Detembtr priceillyanew and boot. ent out in tho country ninl have to uhu then). inU, will be tnilmr twlo. To l)(Mnwith, it cbniigo must bo nmilt-ijPttJ&in tho location of many of our n nilit luWcrlp- ri n alt wh moiI Ji for three nmntba' trial lion wi from tlio boiln of crooks ami hrttncht-to Flat, Hint THE WORLD OF LABOR. Solid petroleum is London fuel. powder grows in use. SwKntBlt women tiro farm hands. MAMiinm makes cocoanut butter. fciroKHLr.83 rra aottln' 0 HER LETTERS. Jo' dozia' liko, Wit malco 0,000,060 yearly. Wool) yards of carpet varieties of goods. launch. A 3,000 furnishca 03,000 Knolajtd boasts of an. aluminum paiu of hand-sewe- d ). r u Krotunl anUnblo for road way p, n ri Unfit, 'ra'urt. trojtt. mint varied and email tax will hnvo to be lovlod tothen mainr Rrtttaioinc weekly journal irt the werld. ho will Mind S mill lie tent tain them ami a ko1 overseer Hornroil outci aud "Tale from Town Topic fruru UlctlBlti JinOltT I. 1&94. CWTtiWlIf J No of the to work OHinu. StnlmiiaWe iittaitotly (regular pike if S") and M Tho bfot plnn to ncoro jrooil returns mnine. 01 in greaicti 01 nnn) nurai mim m! t.tr. for tho money Into tlivitlo tho countien krTake ne at tho ulhcr otter at ecu, and ream in notial potw, rdeta or New York Badinage tip Into tlintrictn liko tho townships of TOWN lOPlCs, la tho Went. Tho Leelnlaturu conlil pntvt .,, 11 Vnt aid Sllt,New Yipfk the laws netvMAry to carry out tho plan ami oluct in otch district three truelces TO Wis' TOPICS. It.il ,r ntitohca. Tirn world last year consumed 11,603,-00- 0 N bales of cotton, Offi.r 14 per cent, of Ilulgaria'a population cnu read or write. Tub marriages of miners arc 0 per cent of tho wholo number. An nverago of 9,000,000 lslds aro slaughtered every year to furnish a slnglo manufacturing town in Franco with skhiH to make 1,200,001) dozens of gloves. SwrrzKltLAND Is not drinking more liquor this year than laat, and has not increased in her consumption of alcoholics for three years past. There tho government controls the nalo of liquor, and tho profits are divided among tho cantons. A tenth goos toward remedying tho effects of alcohol. IT shoes contains I'll atop right abort, fcrldon't Iteer To open up a lonesome heart Worn ben lone closed, an' kind o' start These weak old oyes to leak again Decauae at three score jrenrs no' ten, A feller'd better look ahead An let tho burled past stay dead. Hut then again it seems, you know, To a poro lonely cbup ez though no couldn't keep his thoughts nway rom wnnd'ria' back to soma lost day. An' strayln' through tho sun-li- t atalci O' long ago, 'at, miles on mtlrc, Stretch tholr bcckonln' clenms o' light To sort oVoheor tho gloom o' night Wot settles round a toller when His almanlck get: "Three scoro ten' An' so, I take this buii'le up An' kind 0' fill my olo heart's cup Tol It slops o'er on 'pears to float A lump o' AMnlliln' to my throat, 'At sticks right there, untel soft tears Wasaea It down the len'th'nin' years. An' so, I read her letters o'er Tho ones oho writ to menforo Those falt'rin' nan's bed got o weak, An' 'fore the roses in her cheok Howed to the Jellus lily's ro'irn, Kn' ez I read tlicni lines again, I 'pear to see a sad, sweet fnce Cum f'om tho gloom, nn' nil tho place Wbero I sit all ntone, Jea' doiln' like, the tlmo away I -- N. Y. World. to-dt-y, all alone W3ay, the tlmo away, An' thlnkln' of a face bUt hero CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, Anal aM Sortt;Htit lMtrrn LcvatTlfte. I.ngtn Katlerh PoiM. IN HAST110U.VD. ' ntbrr Uatlcrn Cilie. and NOV. i, I tf .... AtUnttc Ktprvw MMUnd VtlfcdM EtM'ti. !t..ltruac J, Aetiattiu, No Ntf. daft.. . Ne daily. v, Ualagta .... AtMM , N. M.eClw. Sun.1l.4Mm 6 tapm j lpm (fIH 4 WnsTJKH'JJI) Air, UitagWa . . Letiiiglon Areom. N 7,e LawiivUIr H.prea No n, dallr Jn Vettlbulrd SoKd dm Leattngien Aw No Pprei N SIPra 1) i . s. j in LmIt 4pm l$ ttpm ttianifr. H W ThroMsh tranur Yttltii1cd Truloa with Dtuteg Car. Nu from I.ct4u(n ' Nf with, ml C. I'iM. Agt, WavbtNEUxi, tUU.FRT ) OSCAK '. Ml'KKAY, Traflic Manager I. ra. Agt A't (?. ClncIimaU. KYAN, jjWHortolkiWeslernBl btbtdulaOit (O, ili and Koaaoke, aad Alt (via U.AVK NORTON DAJM j m for Craiiam, lolrrodmi ttaitoni a Hlue (icld, IVhahwit KanoVr) far Waihlngton, Hagcntrwn, Ilairi tirg, rbiladclpblaaad New York. Pullman Mttplng Car Irom UmJMIIeto No folk ta Nortcn and Kadrbrd, alio Radlopl i New YoiV.Mi Shcrumlcuh Junction, rJfO Hsi ford lo Wiihiagtoa, alto from Lynchburg to Kich Train tor I'ocahontan Towbaian and nooi. willltava Ulutfifld daily at loa tt,t 30 a ra, m p at and 7 is pin Leave llluthtld 610 a tu daily tor Knova and Coluinbui, I) Arrl CnlumlM.(i5Pm Additional traibi for Welch and intermedial p m daily. tUtlona oh Elknnrn Uhto Itluenrld Trains rtie at Norton Irwn the Kait dally at m and I to p in - Km fnlllitr iDforiuatioti a te achtdulet, ratet A., apply to aent of Norfolk A Wettcrn Kall-JW H.UKVII1L, , Gen Pam gt ltoanokr, a imam Lynchlitii. Klctm(mrrid NeiflU. lor llliicfirld, !idtid, "d lip M TAKK THK c)) lojitvim KtwAujiTCHiucoDtTt9"- - THE WORLD'S FAIR MNKTO ..... 03GrOAKKD9 ....And POINTS ....And AM. N(Q)MTJQCW3llSSTo I,). Fineat and belt Vetlilmlod ltulfet Sloping Can and 1'arlorCartoo all iraina. No change of cart, bett accommodation!, wick rate: tl time and loweataddrctt For Information JAS.IiAKKER,C. J. A., Chicago . V O.CKUSH, D. V. A.. Louiiville M. Kaosrille, Cumberland Efap K. Double Daily Schedule , I. ... I Louisville In Effect July 17, 189a. A Ily M, ! Jl "4, 8 l r, h ft, oj O . Knotvilte .. K. . D'ly r. m. A. M -- ..A )45 J30 CO A-- 701 t 31 7is! 9 9 71 hi llevuily... ..Malbncyvillf 6. junction . to 19 o 19 IB loss 819, 10 11 747 7 5f 8 U TI 8 31 I .. i.iittreM I'owdrr Spriuga . Wathburn ...tUkman Clinch Rlvery. Lone . Orrjtnn - lot ,. ... S4 J 30 ;s oS . Willumt Spring... Mounuin 47 4'U 3 f 39 7 41 7 7 JJ 3J t 7 3 49 3 J5 700 644 633 607 is ti 11 11 W J7 . 17 Q E II 15 9 as IMS 93 iao7 1 99 9 J .Taacwoll ........... Powell Hiver ..... Arthur Four Sraicin .. J. . J 4? 4r .... ssfi .Aitliur II. aoj 57 9 43 9 jo a 00 Mlil(lleboroJ,. $ 1 had to cough mute. NOHTII HOUNO. up the Katbcring in her throat. Then hc went to A BiitMiNOUAM steel worker com, ..moo pro Leave Cumberland Oap, I,, fie N leep and slept f;ool for til teen miuutus. rhrn " n 50 p m tue goi upanu vouiutu, men tneucni nacic lo bod mitted suicide In a simple waj. He put Corbiu Livingston 1 30 a in " e i Ms l'ead under a triP hammer nnd had " Wlnclietlvr 4S a in an?.se!.R.rsl!l!.nhd,e,t,!,e.nl8hs croup . . the I ,, " .......... 3 jo a in got Lextngtou ' 3 tamrreraeay wun me sarnu guou rejuiu. i rite I " 4 30 am I'arlt .x. V11"?! !h.e" ,'.t!.h.l.??,?0.n.Vn A Fkknch prince advertises that ho " 7 05 a ra Arrivo Lonivtle V 7 o a m " Ciciii',,i wonderful medictue " fharie A. Thoiapteen, j desires to sell his title and arms, which " " soTMiiitJUNo'. uc aioiac. iowa t$ anujo cent oottiei .for a.ite by . genuine sheepskin by Dr. M L. Itoiirno, Luggiit and Optician, ttrB guaranteed I. err. 7 30 P '" Lravc Cincinnati documents of tho reign of Henry IV. Stanford, Ky I.OUl8Vlll 45 pro An Atchison (Kan.) woman has 10 30 pra Arrive ParU L.xingtoii Desired Information. col- ...x.iit 15 m broughfup chickens on Wlncucjter lopoi iVedetire to Imprew upon the mind of the pub- -' lectcd from tho machinerythe bugs elec-ll-c ....., 1 4J a ra at the Llvlngtton tlie tupenonty of the (Virhln ,,. 30 a m Wincontin Central Line service ottered by the trio "tatlon every BlOmlttg. be tw.en Chicago and CurnberlandOap .u a Altlwaukee and St. Paul, Minncapolii, Duluth and A scuooi.MASTP.it recently sont to the in the Pullman Palace Car Knoxyille to Clncinuit atl point daily Northwett. Two fatt trains leave manager of tho Lessiug theater, Berlin, Chicago for bt. Paul, Minnespolu and Duwithout change. North and luth with Pullman Vettlbuled Drawing Room nn original six-adrama, entitled "Die mado with all train Cbnnoctlont North-woat Grand Central depot, Cincinnati. Sleeper and Coaches of latett design oulyJolnS Cholera," but the manager didnt take -- Through ticket 011 ralo at City Ticket oflico aervic ujuatuipasteu. 11 ovdr whirh A FnKNCH editor who has been on a n9Cay lte't and Depot Ticket office, foot Wwt to the Pacific Coastaod Pullmanboth Pullman Vet- tlhulcd. louritt Can ara visit to this country says that tho atrwt, Kttoxrille. Main Chicago laM. Korany luformatlonai to routci, ratoi, etc,p- - operated Irom civlni. valuable Paul without change. t. Infurmailiui f Pauinhellt French hare nothing that corresponds ply 10 I obtained freu upon application to your ncncit with the American pie. W. A. BLV, Acting Gcn'l Pa" Agt, Neither havo i uctet agent, or to c, puna, uenerat fasten A, SNflTU, CAT 'i'lcH Apt llftHW Wfc I and iickttAga L Chicago, Ill , .1 la aa lo 16 100$ 10 . .M ..'Iuiinel,JincUon........ Junction .Hamilton Spring Cumberland flap....... .,!...-- ., ., "J a 18 J3 4 ss 5 S3 3 am 4M Tin: slow progress of tho thirty female students at Vole is very discouraging. They have not learned the yell yet. Tnr. new electrical lnbonitorj' to bo erected at Johns Hopkins will bo a roomy structure of corrugated iron, illuminated from tho roof by largo skylight. Tun ofilciul count of students at Cornell university has just been completed, showing 1,544 now in attendance. This figure is higher by 100 than at the corresponding period last year. Social life at Vassar presents Interesting phases to the 1.10 new students who have this yeur ended its freshman class and aro being initiated in the various clubs and societies of the students, llisiiop Hl'kst, of tho Methodist church, is industriously pushing the movement for the establishment of the American university In Washington. It Is his hope nnd expectation that an endowment fund of 10,000,000 will be Mkhit Wins. Dr. Appleman, the secured. most celebrated specialist in the State, ITEMS OF INTEREST! merits tho groat reputation he enjoys. A to of coal yields nearly 10,000 feet Ho has dealt honestly with our people of gas. tho past 14 months nnd has cured many Tiik population of America increases cases, lie advert lees himself plainly by 7,000 persons a day. and in euch a manner alt can judge of Salhox, plko und goldfish are said to his competency. Ills methods aro the be the only fish thnt never sleep. I.s Samar beo hives hang In the form latest and best, his medicines pure nnd compounded under his supervision and;" oblong gourds from tho branches of his results superior to all others, lty mt',, " "rst inhabitants of the fur north consulting tho Doctor you get tho ad- "! not employ dogs, but drew their vico and opinion of as good a specialist WBlrub.rill sed themselves. as can bd found in any larire city, and I, q.ve thousand oight hundred girls savo the expense of going there. You Wcro graduated from tho Boston cook-caconsult him free of charge at the- - ing schools during the past year. A calk in Nazareth, Pa while drink-an- d Myers House, Tuesday next, Deo. 0th, ' stream, swallowed a live inX rom till noon the 7th. trout, ten Inches long. The tlsh caused so much pain to the calf that tho owner UosiiEtf. Ono of the best country had to kill tho animal. Sunday-Kihoo- ls to bo found In thiscoun ty te tho 0110 at.this place. Tho average FOREIGN PERSONALS. attendance is about (H) and the school Vms VAmA Js rcportcd to hQ ,n iK.. runs during tho winter as well as tho Utute circumstances and is living with summer. Mr. Bias Hcazlty makes an an Arab at Lahore, boiug unablo to excellent superintendent and all visitors leave until ho gots help, I'iunok Gkoiiok of Wales i.s said to bo are1 entertained to tins Sunday-scnoo- l and benefited. The singiug is excellent, very foud of taking ono of his sisters , especially on tho female side of tho out for a stroll In tho shops of Ituckiug-- ,,, ham palace road when they are in l.on' dou' CALYEnLKY, tho young Toronto Hayseed- .His Fimt VisiT.-J- osh letc, who walked over Magara falls on . do we ea breakfast a wire cable, Is going to the per- Ilotol Olerk.- -" Breakfast is from 0 to t)rmance next July with a newspaper 11, dinner from 12 to i, and supper from man on his back., ' Mb. Gladsio.Vk still udheres to his Otoll." habit of rising about half-paJosh Hayseed. "Oreat Scott! When lvc dally an hour that most other Willi Jlndtime to take in the BightsT great mou of the period would consider . . unconscionably early for getting up. 11. An houettSwelo tell bit (lory In He and Mrs. Gladstone- attend church mlMukablc languagn for the Lonelit of tin public "Uneof my children took a icvere cold and Jot every morning. thecroue. I gaehera teatpoonful of Chaaber-Uin'- s Cough Jti'inedy and in livo ralnutet later IMPERSONALITIES. Hy this tlniethe gave her one one-stor- y J who shall have tho roads worked and render mi account to tho peoplo of their rospectivo district?) sonii nnnttally. Then oyory one who pays taxes can Bee wbero his money waa used and if there whb nny favoritism noma one could stop it, for it lint buon tlemonfttrateil in our pub-lit- : school districts tiiat where people pay taxes for a thing they surely take more interest in it than they do whore only a few pay. So when a 'man pajB road tax to keep in order tho road be uses every day, bo will not try anil get the most mony for tho least work ns is the rule now, but will try ami reverse it. Tliuro are fw districts where it per capita tax of $2 on alt males over H und and under 0 and an nd valorem tax of 5 cents on tho property will not keep the roads in good order and tho districts whetoit nill not do it could bo helped by tho county through a road cotnmis sioner whoso duty should bo to help all tho weak districts out of a general fund. ?jow ftome ono will throw up bis bands and gasp out "more taxes on tho poor farmer and laborer," but it docs not necefs.trily increase faxes, for it now takes that much to pay the annual conn ty road expenses iu nine out of ten rounltcsof the State and tho county levy could bo tmtdo small by tho transfer of tho burden to tho districts and the money being spent nearer homo would bit better spent and there would bo rivalry between districts that would make men work well and honestly and is established when a good rotd there would on lens desire to quit the farm and tho cost of putting the produce of tliu farm on tho market would bo reduced so the farmer with good roads and free pikes would surely bo the best oilman to bit found anywhere. Ho, Mr. Editor, I must clone by asking aoino other man, who has to wj.de throtiKh mud up to his vest pockets, to give us a bolter pUn if he lias one. Faiimku. Yours Truly, IS THE CORRECT THING. ilifflE-- 3 To st'JlLL correctly. To wiiitu legibly nnd straight. To ubii postal cards for business communications only. To INCLOBK a stamp when writing to a stranger on your own bushiest. To sum a letter with the full name, or with the last name nnd initials. To put on as many stamps as the weight of the letter or pnrcol demands. To wntTR numlxMs, dats and proper names, with special care and distinctness. To fold and direct alcttor neatly, and to put on a stamp evenly, and in tho right-hancorner. To datk a letter at the beginning, on side, but a note at the the right-hum- ! end on the loft hand. To otvi: one's full addrebs when writing to a person who does not know it, and from whom an niibwcr is ileircd. To itUMLMimtt that the adoption of a courteous and dignified tone 1unvk greater then would the assumption of an undue familiarity. AVhole Tamily. d .self-respe- ct zriOLOBHEL Uti tnt mZ.l sii Ai IN THE SCHOOLS. tho business of life can be transacted as well by proxy as In person. Ho ran his Boston ofBceon that principle. During office hours ho remained in his ofllcc, but tho hours were few. Telephone wires connected the store with his home: a pneumatic tube connected every room of both store and house with every other room, and two messenger boys wcro on duty twenty hours a day ten hours each. When the colonel became Interested in western investments it was natural that he should carry his theory into the matter. He organized the Trask Cattlo Co. (limited), with himself, Col. Trask, president and manager, and then coolly informed tho directors thnt ho did not propose to visit the scene of operations, western Kansas, at alL "It can be managed Just as well by correspondence," he Insisted, "and I'll advertise for a superintendent at once." CoL Trask was only forty, ho was wealthy and prosperous and his associates concluded to let him have his own way. Hence, there appeared In two or three poorly printed and worse arranged prairio papers this notice: O M. iUrllV ITHE lOrlglnal had colonel was 1M I a theory. It that to tho effect 7 nearly all What was that, the crack of a pistol? His horse started at the sdundnnd he saw tho smoko lloating away frbm tho weapon In tl)o cowboy's hand. Whether tho man t'id it out of meanness or really thought that hy the shot ho could control tho actions of the cattlo Trask did not havo time to consider. Ills pony roared nnd turned until no more control of the animal was possible. He had carried his rider far to the right of the herd when a stiddon arching of the back ("bucking" In western parlance) threw the colonel violently into the air and In a moment ho was tying on me prairie wwi a uoen pain darting through his nnkle. The pony was racing away westward, CoL Trask did not faint He sat up and looked about him and saw some-thing that mado him far more nnxlous than had tho broken ankle. A man and a horse when combined aro Invincible nmong jvestern cattle. A man jor a horse alone has little chance of life. Tho brutes seem to consider cither a legitimate target for the slcndor branching horns that are capable of so much damage. Tho cattle saw tho man sitting helpless on the prairie and were starting with bellows of rago In his direction. This tho colonel realized. What ho d did not sec was the form of a woman on a handsome white horse that approached the cowboys. She wqro a graceful riding-ha- t and had a strong womanly face that told of a capability for management "Who is that man out there?" she aBked, as she saw Trask struggling with his frightened pony. "I dunno," wns the herder's reply. "Some dude t thinks ho kin herd Texas steers, I reckon." "Look!" sho cried, "he has fallen off and is hurt and the cattle see hlml" The herder looked on with unconcern. "Why don't you go to save him?" she asked with blanched lips. The man gave a shrug with his'broad shoulders nnd grunted tho favorite motto of the ranchman: "A man's llfo is his own." Tho woman looked Intently at Trask, and seeing that he was in some wuy injured, threw riding hnt and gloves to the wind nnd, plunging the spur into her horse until the silky white coat was flecked with red. rode furiously to the rescue The herder watched tho race with staring eyes. The woman gained rapidly upon the trotting steers, but would she Tench tho stronger In time? In a moment she was up to him aud had leaped to tho ground by his side. With almost superhuman strength she lifted his relaxed form and it over the saddle. Trask had fainted. The angry cattle were not five rods away as with a bound she sprang to the horse's back, nnd, holding the limp stranger with ono hand, lashed the horse with the other until 'they were out of danger. Trask woke up in tho unpalnted room of the superintendent Ho lay on d a rude couch, and tho tall, lady ho had seen riding toward him was standing near. "1 would liko to see Mr. Selton," he whispered as soon as he could speak. "See whom?" Her voice was soft aud low well-poisewell-forme- GOOD PAY ! FOR GOOD WORK! 3i For Ladies or Gentlemen ! $5 to S50Q Cask? According to reeulta accomplished ; in addition to a liberal commission of twenty jer cent. A'lso ,4 lrr.fj! FOR SUBSCRIBERS, Impossibilities or Vnccrtain-tics- . Every thins Fair, Honorable, Plain and Positive. No i'cl iu llle v weeing BQT-A- u aooliei of our Fourth Atuuttl Contest among Agents for largest clubs. Ajeacy for the "Wekkivy Enquirer is a profHaMi business. It is tlic bcbtfcihoi.l ia tho urrM to pn'jiaro one for a huslneas contact with tho public, a to business qualification and future prosperity. We want good Agents to solicit for fcubrcriptions. The iriducemonta nro extra good. ENQUIRER COMPANY, OINOINNATi;o. DISSOLUTION N0TIGE. Having dUiolvrd partnership we are ierrde sirout of tcttling our old business and all cuttom-e- rt Indebted to JL K. A-- W. II. Wearen will find their account:, with W II. Wearn .V Co., at'the tame rlace of busine't. Pleasncall and nettle. n. K & W 11 WEAPKN". 71 BANIKi THK JEWELER, Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of Watches, Clocks AN KNEHUBTffJ SUPKKLN- UAKTBD 11 tendoat for a cattle ranch A deposit of EBO required as evidence of fidelity. Address Ti-ua- Hoston, Mass. answer so impressed him by its vigorous language and its bold, manly chirography, that the colonel considered no other, aud J. C Selton was engaged forthwith. The colonel's theory was carried so far that the superintendent was intrusted with the purchasing of tho cattle and laud, It being required that letters be written weekly detailing progOno ress. , self up in bed. "And havo I becn doinsr business through you all this time?" he gasped. "If your name Is Mr. Trask, as I am told It Is, you certainly have." The colonel mused much over his theory's working during those days in the cabin as he watched the workings of the ranch and waited for h is broken limb to heal. As ho considered how "The superintendent" "I am the superintendent" "But I want J. C. Selton." "That Is my name." Weak as he was. Trask raised Jewelry him- - Aud SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs aud Artistic Engraving a Specialty. All good told cngravedtree of charge. JWYour patronage retpectfully tollcitrd. O n colonel's eyes kindled as he rend them and he dictated gorgeous paraphrases of them to be sent In circular form to the syndicate's stockholders, "One would think you had a sweetheart out west by tho wny you pore over those letters," said his mother one day. "I have," replied Trask, "I'm in love with this fellow rfelton. He does write magnificent letters, nnd is making us money, too. I'm going out to see him Never was better work accomplished than that told of in tho reports. The .TO THE PEOPLE OF, HTTSTOETILLE AND VICINITY. I am offering yeu a ?"- ' ' ath-,,,,- ,, next week." He kept his promise, and ten dnys later the express train let oiF. at the little western Kansas station an elegantly dressed gentleman who looked a little regretfully at tho Pullman car he had just left. Grainvllle was not exactly what he had anticipated. His Ideas had been formed from the boom newspapers occasionally sent him by Selton. It straggling, ragged looked Nor did the ranch of tho Trask Cattle Company exactly ugree v 1th tho voluptuous accounts he had sent out to the e, jl fj! vf FOIIM M I A Great Bankrupt Stock, OF,. A t v? 'SIIK LIPTLII HIS BOOTS AND SHOES For men, laoie and children. h life-lon- g st ( - J!11"" ".. .8 . ....! j il, ct st It hrst-cla- ts gr ja, perintendent, Jessie Selton," ho remarked to himself, as he walked discon- ha ve buy erx in tbe Eastern cilici ho arodalU solately back aud forth smoking, on tKippi.ig lo roe In appearance. the night of their arrival at the ranch. The colonel read over one door, "J. "He has not spoken two words to mo HAVE COME TO STAY "Guess since we got here." C Selton, superintendent" And when the blue nlrtli come I I'll go in," he sa'd aloud, nnd lifted the Just then he rounded the corner of lntch. Tho room was empty, except tho building. Then! wus tho colonel WILL BUILD A TEMPLE for a cheap table littered with the com- nnd. beside him the superintendent .. . In thlt lawn and His arm was around her wuist pany's letter papor. "Your proxy theory doesn't always At that moment there was a cry for, help outside, aud ho turned to see two work, Trask," stammered Richards, FILL WITH GOODS. young cowboys vainly trying to drive for want of something better to say. or.... . & bunch of a hundred cattle toward the "No," replied tho colonel, in an embluffs of a little stream. barrassed manner, "not in this case. That will stvlt mo," thought the We are to bo married C M. Haugkiu colonel, pulling off his coat "I used to drive homo the cows from the pasDon't listen to the tale of other merchant. t'at' l'Minrrord. ture on father's old farm down in PennLover tells a good unecdote of an sylvania, and I'd like no better fun Good Irishman giving tho password at the than to help." No obi worthlet ttocL He mounted a pony hitched to the battlo of Fnntcnoy, at the time Saxe corral and rode beside one of the herd- was marshal "Tho password is Saxe; now don't IC ers. superintendent?" he forget it," said the colonel to Pat "Where's the And aell tfi anmo and "Fatx, and 1 will not Wasn't my whether you want toold way.notCallIf good tee me, , began. buy or ora not attslactury I will exchange them or refund the father a .miller?" "Dunno." "Who goes there?" cried the sentinel, money. "Want some help?" "Yes, go over there an' head 'em off." after he arrived at tho post SOIOMOJNT, OTOS. MAIN Sl'RfcET, . Pat looked as confident aa possible, Trask touched his horte with .the In a sort of whispered howl, respurs and found himself in front of and, two hundred very threatening looking plied! "Bags, yer honor." The Grip There was an expanse stockholders. of green prairie, long reaches of barb-wirand over there a rambling corral, with headquarters cabin of three or four rooms, unpalnted nnd rather rough well things were managed and how his lifo had been almost mleaoiuously saved, ho was not entirely satisfied that the theory was a failure. Ills friend, Hichards, vice president of tho company, accompanied him when a few months later tho colonel made another western trip. mlghtv Idu interest in AKi Hats, Caps, Clothing And : "Hlest If I don't think Trask has a that woman su- ra1 rnHiNS mil I IT n My Aro 2Tw, BUT jU'IDBOASH A horns. . - e-- L ..... v. HUSTONVUXE, t, L .. V , xVi. , mr --- -Til - Ti vw NV W w W "TJfr!T -- I Semi-Week- ly Interiok'Jouknal; Diokmurk 2 18M2 TILL DEATH DO. US PAR J. Btanford, Ky To bold and ki'cp (orover eaeh to each VTe plight our troth. There Is no fairer speech In all lore's lore of any tongue or cltrao: Two llyes trrnJo ono and all the world's la rhyme' Till dattth doth part what woe hare we, thought Of life, or loss, to fcarf Our Urea enwrougbt To each In all that's hlest, why crave, of these, With olden tears, or pain, for our heart's case.? There, may bo wounds when, flint nnd thorns chastise In path! where yet thoduitunllf ted llev Yet we'll walk blithesome on the troubled way And seek some glad'surprlso within each day. And If, by ohonce of grief and borrowing, Our disjoined bands no longer clasp nnd cling. Some whispered word of loro will And Its place limiting oi to furtnor peace and grace' Should we stray lost within the lonesome land. Where flowers refuse to bloom nnd dcathful sand O'orsweepa the wny by which we might return, faro Htlll will lead, though lost we wait and yearn. W. F. WALTON most fantastic manuer K wan certain-ly a dress parade day in the Iloctties. j vine gown was spread otinn a tali tree top, looking for nil the world like a negro woman dressed to tin eno tnons set of hoops. Handkerchiefs, .socks, or neckties, followed their own sweet will in this decorative dance to destruc- I. 5 !. ,- - cided that we womon anc! two 'of the men should ride back to San Luis valley, and return tho next day with men nnd means to rescue our proporty from tho depths. Hut where were our horses? The ac cident had so absorbed us that wc had forgotten the creatures and they had My staff my bond, nnd thine, a frajler reed, strayed from homo. lireok In thy hand; If so, wc know'the need A man wns sent for them, but could Qf faith, by fault of haute and dread, 'twere not find them; in consequence only fout best To thrill anew our troth, and, patient, restl had any way of riding. The remaining Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, 'Till death doth part we tw.atn ere one, and eight of us were left to wait until help could come nest day. when The lore light falls unto our lives what then? Whilo sitting on the brink, wet lUrl ers in tlie State. Then death has comn to clone? knit 'There are time of thr bond through with rain nnd wondering how There arc alon eice'lent llith Koonn ran in con- Of our wed souls within some realm the boyoud. nection. Agent Icjr Lex ngum Steam Lnumlry. we should pass the night, llob suggestWhichever be death' gift of rod or palm ed that if wo had rope enough in camp To thee and mo, It will not end our psalm ho and Charley could go down and seOf life still yet our clay will know Its trust, cure some of the bedding, if wo women When side by sldo we stir our mingling dust! Th? could help Jack to pull. Wc hold and keep our troth till death doth part Wo nil said wo could pull, to down Us thou and I. The world's in rhyme, sweet they Hfs vvT s I started. heart' Tor tho first three, hundred feet it N. Y, Home Journal. wns as steep as thu side of a house, but the rope was securely fiurtenod to a large pine treo and the descent made lu v. sufety. The tent and poles woro nlUchod, and wo pulled nnd pulled uuttl we got nil above. Then a load of bedding was dislodged from a pino tree, and our blessed coffee pot wns found, and a lit tle oolree pinched up from among the rocks, a few cracker's u niveo of bacon, all put together nnd brought up. It wai now growing dark anu cold. 4S Ns Our tout was 10x12 feet and ths mounCity t tain road only eight feet wido. f jrjjiTC. Wo finally fastened one side under & tho p 'fiplce and the other up the mountain ski a. JUNCTION1 CITY, KY . jp AVE j" ott ever A gr at firo was built, at which we Have just erected a new Marble and Granite JJ, J enmped out? House and urn full; prep iml to fill orders for all warmed and dried ourselves and boiled I have in my kind ol Marble and Or.inite work Years ago I determined never to re- our coffee, and with a few crackers employ tklllcd wnrkn en from the Eat. My freight ftcilltltscan not be excelled and I wilt not lie tin, sort. to such an insane means of resting und broiled bacon wo had a feast fit dersold 33 JOE b. WRIGHT. for the gods. We then sought our But this summer I was drawn into it sumptuous couch of pino bough. Bob said he wanted to take life easy, On the edge of a precipice fifteen you know, and you hundred feet deep, in tho middle of the YOU VTANT TO ADOPT A BABYl 00 can't do it at the seashore. I went by only road, anyone passing, friend, foe Maybe you think this h n new business, train nnd joined the party, ffoinp to the or wild beast, must necessarily go eciidintr out babies on application ; it bus been done before, huwevcr, but never have thoe Sierra Nevada mountains. The scenery through our bedchnraber. furnished bien hi nair the original fwnplom was so grand I did not regret Jcttinjj Hears were numerous, and all our this one. Kreryone will etclaliii, Well Bob have his way. that's the sweetest baby lever niw." This guns and ammunition were bolow cngnilii? can utvo llttlfi There was everything to make us The wind blew a gale, and the tent you but u faint idea of tlio exquisl to origlntil, comfortable; an immense wagon loaded flapping against thu mountain side with provisions and splendidly fitted up. The first night, after a good snppcr, we sat around a huge pitch pine fire telling yarns and anticipating the morrow. Then we should bo over the i Sn i m nHttw-range where the buffalo, elk and ante-lop- o were waiting to reward the savage instincts of our huntsmen. And the fish were so obliging thoy would &m.& jump twenty feet out of water to catch our bait The next morning we started for over the pass, obliged to walk for .Xt. AW tVlVf AmtrYAjls-rnearly the whole distance of eight iWi OJ X" rexgrtf i miles, but in the grand scenery wo lost all sense of tiredness. About noon wc reached the summit, where we could see for hundreds of miles around; PikeN Peak, Lincoln's Peak, and thousands of lesser peaks, " I'M A DAHr." " while beyond were the great plains which wo propose to send to you, transpormelting into the horizon. tation puM The little dulling rests aKuinet FOUR MULES AN1 TIIH KUO T W1IRULS a pillow, nnd U in tliu net of drawing off iu We filled our souls with the glory of Or THE WAOON. pink sock, the mate of wlilvh has been pulled the earth and sky, and then partook of ml mid ilun? aside with a triumphant coo. ' a light lunch, saving our appetites for brought down showers of dirt and Tl 10 Hesli tints are perfect, nnd theeyes follow you, lio matter where you stand. the good supper in store, when we got gravel ou our innocent heads. this greatest painting of Under these soothing ircu instances waugh (the most celebrated of modern into camp on the other side. Ida painters of Iwiliy life) are to be giveti to thoftj 1 insisted upon riding in the wagon Hob would sometimes be so ungrateful who subscribe to Deraorest's r'auilly JIoKa-tln- o growl. for 1S. The rcprodiiitions cannot bo as my feet were blistered, but my cau- -' as to wake up and Then it was like a true wife I retold from tlio original, which cot JUX), and tious husband refused to let me mount ara tho same size ilTti! lnibcw). The baby Is camp He was sure something was going to minded him how restful it was to life flic, and nboo'tutcly lifelike. We have in tho mountains and how refreshed he also In preparation, to present t6 our subhappen, as one of the horses had startscribers during ItMJ, other great pictures by lu ed out in the morning and limped with-o'- would be when he got back to work etich artists as t'crcy JIomn.Mtmd Humphrey, the office. e Louis IXssobampR, and others of any apparent cause, and it was an rt'iiovrn. Take only two examples of what Then the other restless slstcra would unfailing sign of an accident before wedid during tho pant j car. "A Yard of join in und say they weie enjoying it and "A Whlto limine On hid" by tho night freezing wife of President ltarrlou, midjou will see I am above humoring such supersti- so much if they wore only not whiitourproniMeti mean. Those who subwribo for Demorcst's Family being warned that we were to death. is tion, but MjKazlfio for l&U will inneM a jf jllery ot ex"Hut it such a complete change, you approaching the-- , worst road in the quisite works of art of Kmitinlue, besides a Alagazlno that cannot be equaled by nny In range, with just enough room for the know!" ".Something so restful in the mounthe world for its beautiful illintrHlloiis nnd wagon wheels between the mountain wibject matter, thut will keep pcr one posttains." and the precipice, 1 concluded to wait ed on all tho topics of tho da), and ulutho "Particularly ou the edge of a precifails ami different items of fntrttet nlxut the until that part was passed. household, DcHdc furnbhlng int4Tting pice." Iu a few minutes we heard a great mulinir matter, both trnwv nnd gay, for the Then Hob would threaten to get up whole family; und while DcmorcM's is uot crash a thundering noise which sound- nnd throw us over. a fashion Magtiziuc, lis f.ultcni page are pered as if the very mountains were np-- I fect, nnd we give yon. fret uf Hat, all the patIn the midst of this liavn nlim conterns you wish to use during the jiur, und heaving and rolling to thr fathomless versation a tramping wu- l r I outside in anvslzo you choose. Send In your subnbybR below. Then a yell and ascream. scription at or.oc. only S2. and ou will really which proved to be our t ' - ;. horses,' pet over $3 In value. Address the publlher, We all rushed to the spot, and there to go It seemed to be their In w. Jennings Detnnrest. lr Uust 14th St.. New on the brink of the precipice stood the straight through our bedroom, carryYork. If jnu hto unncqtilntl with tla Magazine, send 10 vents foru sptuiuu u copy four trembling mules attached to the ing all before them a tragedy which two front wheels of the wagon, and was only prevented by the circumj the two pale ghosts of drivers up in the stance of our being awake consoliug MOST IX QU13TITT. ElSTIJQCiLITT. j top of a tall pine tree, hanging over Hob on the Mtuntion. the chasm, where they had jumped Thp next daj' ono of the ladies found from the wagon when it went over. If she could tiing herself down the rope they had missed the tree they would and make two trips while the men have been dashed to pieces on the wero making ouo, bringing up just as rocks below. big a loatl on her back. One Missouri driver cautiously came Hv sunset the men from San Luis down from his perilous perch, and sur- finished raising all from the depths and veying the wreck for a moment said we started down the other side, getting in tremulous tones: into tho valley by nine o'clock, thorj "There lies all I have. I came from oughly enjoying the luxury of a civMissouri to see the Uockies; I have ilized supper and beds at the hotel. seen 'em. I go back to ray own level Nothing Has led all Worm Remedies. country to stay &s long as God spares themselves daunted, our party provided with u new outfit, intendmy life." EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. ing to strike camp where they should "a owicjuu buu uamunu voile in find good hunting and fishing fit T UVUDVWlirnn which the trembling creature delivered co st.locis. Trt,nt mmmmmmmmmm, himself of these sentiments struck the inThree weeks later when they all came .'" the men lookod like highway robbers , of us, and ludicrous Scientific American taneouslj chord in all out into simul-- and tho women like. Indian squaws. we hurst a luu;h, All declured it wasli glorious sumAgency for which drowned the thuuilerinj,' noise mer, but were uuanimous iu their de' caused by the loosening and rolling of termination to let tlfe mountain passes the great bowlders to the chasm below. stand alone in their glory from this Our beautiful wagon, tho pride of time forth and for evermore- .- Lizzie our hearts, wan a wreck. Fully five York Case, in Detroit Free Press. hundred feet down the mountain Hides OAVIATI. were literally covered with edibles. Seek and You Wyi Find. Miss TlfADE MARKS. Bread and butter and beans, all sud- Fitts "Oh, Charley, dear, we are so DESIGN PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, etc. denly sprouting upon the same tree. glad we met you. Mamma nnd I are so For .affirmation and free Handbook write to Sugar, onions, olives and potatoes, all hungry. We have been looking for a Mi)N. & co., an hhoadway. nkw yokk. OMwt tnreu for secarliiR patents In America. rolling on and on fifteen hundred feet flat all day. Won't yoii'take us In to Hrery Patent taken out by ua Is brought bfori below, emptying into tho boiling, surg- have something to eat?" Charley fails the public by a notice elven free of charge lu tba ing mountain torrent Our clothes'and to see the real meaning of the remark beddiug followed on the marl race, to until his loved one at the lunch table be stopped here and there ly the tall explains that they are thinking of LarcMt efranlatlM of aar sdentlRo paper In the pines and lodged in tho topmost moving. The coldness between them woria. btMewlWlr lllmtratert. rfo iDteHtgwut tfwa rtouVl be wltkout It. Welr. SJ.HH a bougrhs. Vultsoa wewj torn asunder then resolves itself into the cream trees were decked out in the alone. Irooklya 'Eayle. i x tion. To mako matters worse a (trizr.ltuq rain set in. Wo were fourteen miles from the nearest habitation; all our possessions were not in our possesion, but over the abyss. No tents, no bedding, nothing to oat, nnd night coming on. Wo hold a council of wnr, nnd de- bt I And bring me tho bono of wool; And bring me tho sealskin Jacket-- Ob I blest bo tho Ice and snow I And brine me tho mMtlot Who cares how the llorco winds blow? fur-line- d With their ruflles and pulls ami frills, That brought such Rraclouis ploutura And such dreadful laundry bills. Tut away tho ba', wtta Its trlimnlncs of laco and Uwni to thotloom of summer. Fatewell For tho summer, al&sl Is const Farewell to tho broad plana, To tho lcaf-htrustic neat. To tho tryst lu tho tender twiltcht Ah, tie summer is fair and floet! Farewell to the happy hatamock, To tho green boughs otcrkoad, To the gnu-- nnd Ue plow ot svmbeict, For tho summer. nla Is deadt Now vanish tho crazy skatehc Of river Mid field and reck, The hoattnc ad olImM&g costumes, Tho oar Ami tho nlpeoatook. Farewell to th doar With sorrow my cyos nro wet; Farewell to tho sunjmor or, 111 Ices jumI crearoe, ctcuL Farewell to the hold mosquito. s With til to and seac; To the ant, the bujc and lha spldsr, Arc, alt of tho barbarous throng. Ami banish the frecUl-!ottoU'ou pleasure must hve lis nana Farewell to tho constant wnrfaro With the limp, uncurled bang. Now hall to tho rood Now till It up to tho full; And brlns; aw the fleecy flannel. broad-brlmraee Uwn-tonntmty-dcroun base-burne- THE FIRST SNOWFLAKKS. farewell, Summtrj All flail, tvintorl Farewell to tho dainty drcsca, $500 ItJtiYt'ARD. We will 1 A.'SrPHICZS, 1 , fur aiiy cam of ay the abovo QLJJlP SHROKOM DENTIST. I. vfrCAmniniM. Dytrtptis. Mck Had die, In- digcition, Constipation or I oitivei c we can net Office orrr'Sevoraneeft Son's Stare, Main ' cure ., with We s - .w l.lver l'dlf., tvhrn thn .1 Stahfenl. uirccuoni are tirictly compiled won j ny ar purely vegtiable and nerer fail to gire tatfitac lioii. Sugar conteil. Large botes containing 30 mill, sc. Itowareof counittftit and mitHilotu. The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, the genuine luanutacturet only by The John C Nose, Thrtjat ami Chronic Disw mi Co., Chicago, 111. Foralr l.y A. R l'en- --- rard ffi r ilrt, ' ease hpeciahst in the State. .W- - len guarantee l pontleiy given with 6 boxes, t raluml llw money if not cured Send itamp for tree tainple Uuarantre uaued hy A It Penny, DrnRgiit and sole agent, btanford, Ky. Call for taniplcf it - A nw ind Cetnplcte treatment, cansiitlng ef uppotnorlci. Ointment in Capsuls. aiMi in lot nd pills; a positive cure lot Kxtcr al Internal. IIH111I or Dlcdina, Itrhiuit, Chro ic, Kectnt or llertditsr l'llck This rrmrdy hti never been known to fail $1 per bnk. 6 nr $5; lent by mail Why suffer fr in thu terrible dlitae when a writ U SS.) CURE ikvft H3HE -- HtHTv , .$ YwtfAK &vRa Junction Marble Granite Works :T& w mr yr The clear, crisp air ebout us Is sweet as the breath ot Juno. I love not the creams nod Ices', So loved In tho days Rone by; rtut brluf for my petit souper Tho comfortiae stew and fry. Now lint! to the cozy purlin-- ; Nov? wheel tip the sofa sol Not fairer the tuuim-- r moonlight Tlnn tho rr Hunt's gleam and slow. Farewell to the perMkod tenoa. f J'hoe beautiful day Is donei Fnrrwt-l-l to ibeimmmcr story, Now bring w a winter m Carlotta I'crrr, la N, Y, 11 And hall to the flying cutter. All hall to tho winter meoul Dr. K C. Wen's Nerve and Uraln Trmtment.a Neuralgia. tpecilic for llyttrna, Diinex,Mt Ileadaihe, nhoii Proilration cauted by nkoliol or tobacco, Waketulnrti,Mental Hepreition, Dram, cauilng intanity, muery, decuy. death, 1'rt mature Old Age, ltarrennisu, of Power in either Impotency, l.ucorrluta and ll I cm ale involuntary l.ome, of brain, Self cauted by A month's treatment huM, fi, lix lor Jj by mail. We guarantee alx boica to euro Kach order for x boxes with J will aelid written guarantee to refund it not cured Guarantee) Uiucd only bv A. R lViilw. Druzcut and ole agent, Stanford, Ky Soft-emnz- ol e, Veliir, ee IJ J. S. APPLEMAN TI!K CFI FllRATrU M. D., over-exerti- English. Specialist, I'onutrly 97-i- vr 'roleur of Piaitleenf MrJiclne, TORONTO, CANADA. Eloctricnl Medical Collogo, gTatfs Tiny Pills vTorttroro-ifctipiithMipunilnntfiohoTr-'- Now Ksantniag I'hyslcMin ef the Southern MedicRl Institute, J.OUISVIU.U.KY. Idcr tVlint .Sum Staid. To tnl!t ot swapping horsos and 1JI yok of spotted steers . to Sam's lips Was And metric to his enrs. And thtu he chitted blithely till Tho iSd folks wont to bed: hen alone with pretty Sue, . Hut Twan little that lw suld. ) honAy-druppla- n motion. irentln fHtt I only reiiulntl. Tiitr Tlny I.lvcr I'lIU aro prepared wltli MWcUl ilowato tlio perumiirnt euro of V nju-rlent- power ilalntildliontoldelittcnkenslielr r C0ST1VENESS and HEADACHE. A p mTliey are mllil ami remain In Mm tern until they nrtou tlio liver, ratiae-- .nuatunil flow iiflilln nnd their tonlo sv-4- Will be at Myers House, Stanford Tuesday, Dec. G, and until Noon of 7th. Returning every four weeks doling h year. X)r AtknWeujn ta a mrmAumtrti I!bI1vm llM.nM. properties liuptirt iMiwcrto tho al Mrrfiutl College, New Yirlr Cllv. ana llto & fls to removo iircumtil.- rialMnlKalt elleg mTarsnto, CaitaeU, lllel tlonu. tuHMl appetltn nnd tlcustloti Hi ilady the dues he result from tinman nftlicso lit tloplllv W ' iraJe a al me great UMievvt (.benty tlpltal Isr l'rire, a.'Jc. Oltlce, JU lark l'lare?, N. Y. Imiw-H- B itulir-iiltlitp-n- . ltr-at- inyt-elf- I black-and-whi- ! lit vlrAiaSr -- talked about the sookiMe, Tltat bwnn' bee at Font's, The pren' last desatten, X nd kept on edging to'rd i A tend'rersert of sentiment, In tonrs to snect and lowt While Sin In siknee twltledhls'tnurabs. And answered "yes." or "no." IU couldn't pluck up eoumee To jy hti heart qtiltu bare; To put his suit In pUimwt words Tho ioor youth didn't dare; Hat as the c rains; waned apace He showed himself no clSra, For. as ho wrapped her in hta arms, Tbo weather s cold" sold 8am. R - Hmdrtalw, hi Jurny lie &ake tlie lilt: Catch. I suppose you'te obwrle.1, fer It's pilr.fully true. That the loy who poes fishing ros rttlilnt with you, Whose line Is a string and whose pole Is a tre. Will make, the b!u catch ere a blto yoo will ten. Of course you have seen, m ymir Jowsej ktkt I- m Q ft O ft & 3 years and j TABLER'5 UCKEYE mit TILL ujaararmaasxeausaeaataRl and treating Chrome Olteatet If derate M Inatlme t thelrwtinent of ckiHK MraM ditcairi of tiOth and hl afaitt m aa eaer in. TrealttiK-icttlully.anthu clan of rate H v. ell rteRlrnopert-- x itui eliciri( ad d Pormanontly Curos Aiute and ChrMiie Catmrh. Hinging In IUr llolntx, Oiuueaof Ke, Kar, New, Tkrott I.un( Kidney, Urinary and Madder irswUcit llrijUl'i Pubttrt, l)yprpi, CWetli- I Kneumatitm aud I'araltMt, KptUptf ft 'its txitively cured. oungor middle men suffering frm liupetcni), Eraptiemi. the rauit ef I eiron ot eaie?, sImmiVI tali hvlore It 11 too lata e gurantee a rure H ca aaa ul fmt too far i 441 KT MENT: CURES MOTHIHQ BUT PILES, A SURE CERTAIN CURE years as tho CEST REMEDY FOR PILES. Tftt ElCIUUProj.TIIUlK aiu. til., hr.wn. l)iie. a, SupertluoMS hair ami all truplMMtk permanently removed J iht It' known for and ID niootl and Slciii Discnscs. As Syp!ili, S. rofla, Striclure, Girei,W . cured hy never frillngraaedlet Iliteasctol women, ch St painfed Menitrualln, DiipUcemrnt ot Waeab, (eariag down palna in bad, teheved in short lime. The Doctor farm all hie portable lattrumesli and comet prepared to examine the mot t obicuie medical and t jrgual caret. lie undertakes mi irrtiraMedleie but eaiei hiinlrU jlven up lolic. -- " -- 4T K-r?- r 4f4 tho handsome young mokt w tktn you'd like for a wife Fort goes all jour fortune ywr lljun- - so fine The big catch is landed by a dud with his line. That thrown Ufa, i CONSULTATIOM And Cenfideotnl a 1 FREE , Addrrat J S ATl'l KM AN, M. D t-- z&x met; You put up your dollars, you watch tho heme stretch. And the bookmaker watches and nuVrs tho big ratrh. It Is trell to take notice that the big matches To few who expect them, but often to sumo Who seem scarcely entitled the honors to wear Hut they cast where the fishes most severally are. i You ro to the races perhaps ypu may bet And you meet a sure winner you net or Ky. ' bare tOSTJED. This nstlco forewarn humeri, fithermca an.1 o(htr not ft trepam or, our land vlthont txr t mlIon, at all aiuh will be protected to the lull-e- tt extent of the law. Signed C. M.SI'OOyAMOfjRK , come i J.IIIRUCE. THOMAS C. BALL. STEELE 1IAI1.EY Thcezqui-Kitereproductlons- of Jtidre. The i I ut world-wid- l'nn-eies- ," Under the grassy oJ, Under the swaying willow. Down 'neatb the buds and Cowers, . Sleeping away the hours. Fir from the paths they trod. They lie on their clayey pillows. There at the dawa'a Aral peeplog. There when the night comes weeping, The llent onet are sleeping. Under the drifting snow, Down 'nrath the nked branches, Under the rain and aleet, Swlfvare the hours and fleet, Far from the cares we know. . Safe from Brief's avalauches. There at the dawn's first peeping, Th rn wheu the night comes weeping, The cllrnt ones are sleeping. Uichard Henry Uuck, In FhlUdelphla Ledger. The Uarlielor. Iteturnlng home, at ctoe of d.iy, WhoKentlychldistnv lontfiltlay. While pokers holtl me well ut bay! Nobody Who flying tends my teeth and hair, And makes m dodtfe, with neatest ily slippers flylug through the alrr Nobody hllnt Ones. -- AND- - T VT A..M. FE1.AND II. W. CA1NKS. JAMES Kl YENS. I. S PHILLIPS. ANTON KENACKER CLARK REYNOLDS M LAI KOW1TZ H. C. LYON ERKD UAl'MANN R. L. WIIITK D NEWLANIi W, HAYS STEELJBOILEBS, Upright and Ilomontal. Stationary, Semi Portable and Portable." All sizes up to 2G- horsc power Unequaled in Safety, Sfrnplicity, Strength and Durability. Write for Vre n S wLjrui HsIHtlaVaiMMl 5cSS . mills I - JASIES LEFFKI. & CO., NEW YORK CITY llluttrated Pamplels and your wautt to "SPKINOFIEI.D, OSTT 948rHO iHBjgEHBII11 Twenty mlletthe Shortett to St Hoston, Philadelphia, mm I tai, OJTKrOttNNATJT, St. Louii, Detroit, . WORMS! WHITES CREAM Whai'gulates a steady fire. With anger eer bUzlng higher, While mUsltcs cer come the nigher' Nobody. New York, Wathiiicton, Michigan I'cinu, Chicago, Cleveland. llullalo. InJunapolU and the eitr Canada, Ne England, llaltimore. When sickness comes to rack my frame And grief disturbs my troubled brain Who tells me Ve myself to bUme Nobody. Quicket tune to llarrodiburg, Frankfort. Ky. Richmond, VIRGINIA Shortett and Quicken line 10 VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS k nrooklyn Lifs. KH.nnpsu-TATLOR- J Sunny Days In November. They call us from within the houte. They give us sight of summers cone. Their skies are blue, and breezes mild, They call up smiles to souls forlorn. The children play upon the street And bask In sunlight at the door, They disregard their caps and cloaks And e'en the fnct that they are poor. Their faces glow with smiles mors sweat Thau this fair, early winter day, And echoing up and down the street Thelrnierry oUs sound in play. VTlth the sun and laughter bright The sick oiies to the windows crawl. They Und a bud upon the flower They brought within at earlier falL New thoughts of life to them are gives, And winter yet seein far away, ' So much, so much for smiles from Heaven, And children happy In thilr play. The glad gold sun shines f reo to all, And sjles ore b'ue to er-r- y rye. Jbe-ilovely winters uaiu' rdays, A,as, Hear hearts, fccw, t they fly HBHHK9EafiDv 'SSsXHSUslI . IV YOU i POSW KDB1LEANS. SOLID M.Sl'Illl'I 'with out change via Cliatumosa, Ulrmlugham,Mcrid maVIng direct connections en route for Knoa. lan. Title, Anhevillo, Lynchbtirtcand pointi in the , tro , ARK ( OINu NORTH THK or YjT '' JTf OAE'DMNAS, At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbuj, Wllminr ton, Chl"ou, AugutU, Macon, Savannah, Uruutwick, Lake Cily.Thomaivilleaud FLOIII DA pointa. The only line runnlnptolidVeitihulcdtraintwith Pullman Ttoudoir or Palace Sleeping Cifrs 10 St. Aueuttine without change lor any dais of pat sengers or bagjtage, Selma and Montgomery, Hunttville, Decatur Florence, Memphit and ARKANSAS pointt. Shortnt and quickest to Annitton, Selma, Klo bile, Pnrrt connectiont made at NKW OR. LEANS without omnlbut trantfer forGalveiton J I M TTO73 "9 KmJLSALImi tUutffiitmtxitm And LOUISVILLC S NA9HV1LIC R, R. Houitnn, Autlin, ' It the line for you, at its Daily Trains Double close connections at Make LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Kor all points. TEXA$, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The cnly thronch line to Jackion and Vicktburg, Mit,v bhreveport La., making direct connection! withoat omnlbut trantfer for Dallas. Fort Worth, Austin, San Anlonia, El Pato and pointi in ju f-- Jsa iitW Hut wh'lc they last we n 1) re t Vnk Of bleak cold winds or w'mrt d.y For In our hearts we a trv t j fcivp The memory of bright tnlrcs lwa7 LkHilte utor. la Good UMMketag. " . gx'-t- . liirii jsteJnsfwlMSMMis gsglEapspiS3ES3sssssssssssaasstsedsaeJaaSsissCsa ii S r THROUGH TICKETS SOLI). UAGKAGK CIILCKKD TI1KUUUII For any information enquire of JOES KICICAcent, Stanford, Ky. Or W, V. PF.NN, T4v, Patt AReut, Junction City, Ky . ' . v Hi ii i Islrri TEXAS.ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. For through rales, correct county maps and f u Information call on Agent at Junction City, Kr oraddrett J.S. LEITH, Trav Pati, Agt DfG.lKDWARDS. T D. MILLER, TratocMangr,, 0.P.VT.A., ClnciEatl. hlufcl'i ftr i h mAi)Irt ttit ii i'fllssfcniiMM A .dt. a f .j.i , Ait-iatji..M- . qVj r r& k Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Shock Bros. Fonnim twino. McKirinoy Stanford, Hi.o.vj.iTON. WEANS Born, to tho wife of Bev. John Boll GlbBon on Tuesday night, n flno boy. Ky., DcEEJinun 2, 1692 " For Bhnt. -- House of four rooms and ballon Whltloy uvenuu. 0.0. With- - bus. Marxafjer ora. - BUSINESS. V ' Enoiuvno beautifully and artistically s dono at A. 11. 1'cnny'ii. Boun, to the wlvesof Msrs. Joo Murof Buy your bookn mul school nuppliws all kinds from A. K. Tonny, who eolls phy nnd Will Daugherty, of Rowland, a girl each. them nt publisher's jiricea. Uavr your wntch, clock and Jowoiry A. A. Warrun ia opening tho largest repairod at A. it. I'onny'a. All work warrantefl. and preltivst lino of Holiday goods over Hbmemiikk that all Bilvorwaro. watchofl. seen in this market. Call in and sec rlriRW, Ac, bought nt A. K. Pcnuy'a will thorn. be engraved frco of charge Tnouoii pretty fronty iu the morning PERSONAL POINTS. wiutor came in as gantly as Mary'a little lamb. Tho "numerous builders in 3Ina. Lewis Duumkrak is very ill. J. A. Ukdman, of!V'i to copyist at town could not have had n bettor eenson for their operations. Itowland now. T. A. Ilict: is confined to his bod with Tub total amount of claims allowed in BOtnothlnR ilka pneumonia. "' are tisit-iii- Clark county is $5,882.17, which includes Mk. L. II. OiVKSsnnd brido officers' salaries, pauper, road and other at Mr. S. W. Givons'. e Mr. Ma.x Manks, now of Palis, was items. Ours is $3,000 more, with no pecial reason for it. was with Mr. A. Hays Thursday. Mrs. N. A.Tyiuk luta gono to visit her For Uknt House and 25 ncrea of daughter, Mrs. John Kinnell, at Bowling pasturo, Nacres of splendid tobacco land, Green. largo garden, variety of fruit. Also two Mr. and Mita. Matt Woorraox, of new cottages between Stanford nnd Middlesboro, aro visiting at Mr. 0. J. Rowland. II. Helm. Crow's forafowdays. A rki'Resentativk will be here on Dec, Miss Laura MuA.vAixy And Messrs. Will Severance aio 5th with sovernl trunks full of jewelry Jos. 8. Ulco and and holiday novelties. If you want any among the nick this week. o thing special, leave your order before Diu Ciokko Kuiiamks and his wife have returnod to Paducnh, af- that time with' Danks, tho Jeweler. ter a visit to his relatives hero. J. P. Bran, who had his horse stolen a Mb. T. B, Briuiit was horo yesterday month or moro ngo, has not yet found advertising hia combination sale, to saddlo waa any trace of him, hut-h-ia at Danville Jan. IS and 10. found in Bengo A Hamilton's stable ut wanted every home, and the fact that tlie. 3 and Mrs. J. Mkh. G. Uu)0Mhkm no College. lincaster. It ia not known who carried WEEKLY GAZETTE has been published every week for Hundred Dealer In N Mh-- Sadio Curry, a belle of tho vi Bloomllold, of Winalietttur, aro visiting tha niddle there. Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Years, and has been a favorite paper in many thousands of homes, is tho forniar'a daughter, Mra. A. Hays. lagoof Advance, went to church Sunday evidence cnongh that is all that has ever been claimed for V. M. Hkkiins and Mr. Confcctlocric,Ac. Mil. ajo Mns. Tim mother of MHJor Hays died a few nnd waiting till Howard Sanders came, Oytten and Celery alwajr on hand anil erved best weekly paper published in the Central States. , Mcltoberts wero here yesterday days ngo nt the age of 101, as ho claimB. lho proceeded to givo him n Bound Thomas atnlthsuri. ' toseuMr. J. M. McKoburtn, Sr., who As the Major liimdolf says ho is SI, He was a discarded lover nnd baVrr and can lurnith Hat wiih him a ghe giics of his gaper is $1.00 a gear. S7 oontinuea to Improve. when those who know him put him nt set stories afloat of n damaging character Htcad, Ckf and the like on short notice. John lfui.KMA.v and family liavo mov- US, his llgurea would h'oiii to be dispos- against her. It is worth a great deaj more. Send for Sample copy and see ifcr BRIGHT & FOX' v ed to tho Wesley Hout property on Coin ed to prevaricate Judgo W. G. Bullitt, tho member of yourself. etcry Hill and Frank Kout will move the constitutional convention from Mu- It is almost time (or our merchnutH to Cracken, seema to have put in so mo time COMBINATION : INDUCEMENTS from that plnco to'tono of the rnttagos at AGENTS. ' i ,. AT DAN VILLI, K.V, advertisu thalr Christmas wares and in iirl0Ve-makintho Water Works. while sojourning at ,Mr. 8. S. Mykiui couldn't bear to hoar ordor that they tnny have all the space Frankfort last year." At nnj rate ho 18 19, 1893 The Daily Commercial Gazette stands unrivaled as a newspaper. of a Methodist mrctlng going on in Stan they wnut we will doublo the. sizo of tho married Mien Kate Pilkinton, of that cicloe Dec M, 1S9Z. ?icnu lorentr Its popularity extends from ocean to ocean. The freshest and most ford without his prtmnnce, so ho came pnper as long as there is a demand for it. ty, Wednesday. Itltinkt. Oulo 5 per vent, entrance charged Sj reliable news is given every day in the year from all quarters of the in time to be too lite, oxuept for If you are In, begin to get your copy rea Juht Col. Gilbert I'nznlo Reedland and dy for n good display. globe. tho final service. Misa Emma Beseman will be married in m Address, , Miis. C. II. Pain, of Bton, made u d. They we not exactly Mr. H. C. Farris received yesterday a Pittsburg Dec. All having claims against J. M. Phillip brief visit to her parents, Mr., and Mr. letter from his brother, Maurice Farris, social light, but thoy stand very high. whichrxttomcreated before the id day of Kebrna COMMERCIAL G AZETTE CO., wero W. P. Tate, and got off beforo many of stating that ho tins sold (Hiring llio yenr, Tho colonel is 7 feet 2, whilo the pros- ry, i8t will present them to mo before Decern l'UULISHERS, her friends knew alio was here. Her from hia several ranches in New Mexico pective sharer of his joys and woes has bvr Jth, 1893, properly proven. M. C. SAUFI.EY, illnrss shortened her atay. CINCINNATI: O. cattle nnd lands amounting to nearly n n perpendicular record of 7 feet. Trustee. M. l'hllllps. Misa Nannib Uaumiiman wont to WinEdwin Hinton, who left Paris n few (juartor of a million dollnrB. Mr. Farris chester to be maid of honor nt tho mar ia of course very much elated over his days before he waa to bo married to Misa GO TO lingo of MiasTiille Hall, whioh event Is brother'B succors. Gay, daughter of Judgo Brent, of tho su: to occur Dec. 1 1. The happy man Is n , JdL perior court, because it was said hia fathTun signal service notilles this olllce will txiko his prise to his Kloridlan, who er would disinherit him if ho took her JUNCTION CITV, KV Is now ready for everybody with a full line of that to further reduce expenses, forecasts far Southern home. to wife, has shown that love is moro last XSIAS GOODS. will ouly be Bent when rain or snow, den Jons Biimuit, Jr., hrf taken a ing than lucre, by returning nnd marry The largest stock in town. All sorts of fine Canwith tho Sechler Biggy Co., of Cin- cided chances in temperature, frost, a ing her. dies, K.rc Works, &r , and eel so pounds Ijratiu- cinnati and started out on tho road for cold wave ora severe storm are expected. Miss Ida May Adams, formerly of utei aucar tor St. Kcspeillullr, Ladies' and Misses Cloaks, 70 W.T. RICHARDSON. thorn yesterday. Mr. II. C. Bright in When no dispatch ia sent, it will bo un- Mt. Vernon, but late of Grays, was with stationatr&vellng for tho same company and to- derstood that fair weather married Wednesday nt 8 a. m, to Mr. r STKAUB,IK. T. f CLAKKR. gether will work the States south of tho ry temperature will prevail. Walter 1. Lincoln, n prominent LouisOhio River. Mr. Tonk Hunn, of Hustonville tan ville nttorney. Misa Adarns ia a lovely "Shoes of all kinds. Full stock of Boots for ftlcn, "Boys and Chil It ia stated that the , when it comes to chang young lady, very accomplished nnd Mr. .PkACrKAL,. drcn. Call and examine our goods and get prices. elect and Mrs. Adlai K. Stevenson, of ing lumes. During the 22 years of hia Lincoln is to be congratulated on winand Steam Fitters. Bloomington, III., will visit relatives in married life he has moved 12 times. ning one who poesessca.in such eminent Plumbers Highest market prices paid for Eggs, Butter, Gcnsang and Dried Danvillo In December. If they do, tho Nineteen children have blessed the un- degree the graces which make her sex Dealers in all kinds of Iron and llrass Goods for Fruit. steam and water. Sanitary 0od of all kinds. All general will liavo to ask Gov. Brown to ion of Mr. and Mrs. Hunn, nnd when worthy of admiration. After tho cere- work guaranteed against defective material and W. wjcrlcmausbip, call out the militia to protect him from this is told tho reader may havo a faint mony tho couplo left for a 57 . tho idea of what trouble It is tor this family tour of the South. The bride has many of Danville, who Mr. S. V. friends at this place. to change its abode. MASTER : : : : SALE ! passed on tho train tho other day, snyB A mutual friend who waa present, lie could convince any mnn in live minConrad Ruskll, who was with W. gives us this account of the ceremony: uted that be is tho proper man to bo ap- T. Powers when ho wna killed at At 8 o'clock tho folding doora of the Farm. and who waa partly the canto handsome parlors were thrown open A Desirable Blue-Gras- s pointed collsctor of thin district. Wo can Bay one thing for him, ho is one of of the trouble, waa fined $50 and given and the brido entered with her sinter, Lt COLX CIRCl'IT COl'RT. Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit ho suavent and most gentli manly gen- 30 days' confinement in jail for carrying Miss May Adams; tho groom advanced Court, rendered its October term, the concealed weapons; for breach of the through tho hall accompanied by the action of WilliamatP, Tate against John1841. ill .Vc. LJRKssssBLsKarJHssssssP tleman wo know. llright, I will on peace he was fined $.'5, if not paid, to bo bride'a niece, Mis8 Cecil Crooke, meetCITY AND VICINITY. worked out and for resisting an ollicer ho ing in the centre of tho room Burround-e- d MONDAY, DEC. I2TH, 1892, Cojik and buy a nico Fur Rug or Muff waa held over till circuit court in $200. only by thoBO w ho loved them best. County court day at o'clock p in. or thereHo was acquitted on another charge of A door in Stanlord, about, before the or Muitler from us. J. S. Hughes. most Bolemn and impressive Ky., offer at public auction to the highest bidder, breach of the peace nnd u peace warrant was pronounced by tho Rev. J. P. the valuable and dcilrable lllue-l- . rass Farm For Rkst. Two rooma oyer Severance waa Bworn out by W. II. Miller, which Dawson, of. Louisville. The bride, with known a the) Call and secure Bargains. A Son'a store. Apply to Will N. Craig was tried, but the judgo refused to hold her beautiful young sister, waa n picture ' Dr. Steele Bailey. or him to keep the peace. POST-OFFIC- E of lovelineha and all hearts joined in the Containing about ., " of salt, lime Juat received a Disciiakokd. The evidence as adduc tender prayer that God's mercies and Ono Hundred & Fifty Acres full line of Columbian ed at tho examining trial of Marshal J. blessings Bhould attend tho newly wedand cement; nlso . cook Btove repairs. J. K. VanArs-daloin jrraw. Saul Farm han II. Taylor, for tho killing of W. T. Pow- ded wife and husband through life. An Of fine land, dwelling, two barns, orchit a ers, at HuHlonvillo, was so nearly like elegant breakfast was served, after uponwatercomfortable improvements nnd fs situaand other ard, north gayo of it Tuesday, which Mr. nnd Mrs. Lincoln left on the ted about i4 .miles fronting of Stanford, in LinOun last importation of cloakB aro tho report that we on the turnpike road coln County. Ky.. it Is unnecessary to reproduce it in 9:'.)() train for Florida. After their re leading from Stanlord to Danville and bounded on from tho closing urlo of a Now York that will mako their homo in the South by lho lands of James Givens, East by turn they by the lands thnbndsof Horace Withers manufacturer aud nre at unheard of full as taken down byfiur representative. is a success- of Jotep't llaliouand West byNorthlands of John i'& the John S. Powers had two huge Smith A Wesson Louisville, where tho groom vrlces. Come and seo them. M. Reld, Joseph llaltou and James GUens ful lawyer. barrel, which pistols, one with a TKKMS: A credit ol six and twelve months in Hughes. , Uonds with eood tierional enual Installments. he was pointing at Taylor when he Itit security, bearing 6 per cent. Interest from day of FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. daughter of Win. him havo it with a Winchester. Tho A sale until paid. hame the force and enect ol judgment uud a lien retained upon tho land until Denton, colored, living on Mr. S. M. shootine was so clearly justifiable that J, S. Owsley Bold to Herrin, of the the purchase monoy is paid. The salo will be made to satisfy a judgment in Owens' farm near Mclvinney, was eo no testimony waa offered iu defense nnd East Knil, 12 heifers at 2,c. favor ol plaintiff, Tate, lor $i,oo and $i5 probabadly burned by her clothes catching Judi!o Vamon promptly discharged the Joseph Ballou sold to Johnson, of ble costs of this action. O M.DAVISON, tire that film will die. . ;;td Boyle, a small hunch of heifers at 2.1c. Master accused. LCI For information apply to John Ilrlght on the Foil Salk. 21 yearling mules, all every cent duo me now to buy I nkbu premise or C. M. Davison, Stanford, K.y A I'Kk.uaku, who has always taken a M. Lackey, Stanmy stock of goods, which I ehall shortly lively interest in our spiritual and tem- mares hut two. open in the new store. This ia intended poral welfare, sends us n number of pag ford. Cotton has advauecd from Gj to V for every one indebted to nuJ. So please es of closely written matter, objecting to and tho Southern planters aro wild with W. B. McUoberta. call and settle. I am receiving one of the most elegant lines of the tllppancyoftho paragraph which call delight. MILLLlNhRV ever handled in Stanlord, select Brers. Sam Shauks to pray and Jim ed on the wants of this view an Our patrons will obsorve that there is hlJailey John Cudahy, tho millionaire pork cd with .MissispecialWelch, of toCincinnati, an expe. Nora trade. to sing tho Doxology as evidence at rienced trimmer, Is with me thii season and I a difference in the price of coal. We is to establish a packing-houspacker, day appoint guarantee everything to bn In the latest and most handle tho best of each kind nnd doliver of their thankfulness on the Cincinnati. appioved fashion. The ladies are invited to call follows: lalla Branch ed to civo thanks. Ho says the matter and examine it for apot cash as Jonathan Owsley sold to A. M. ure iu showing--my goods, which I will take pleasd, Woolridgo each 13jc per bushel; ia too serious to joke about and that we Pence his farm of H7 acres near MISS l.ICCIK BKAZLF.V. and 63 WI ARE- ft Kentucky Jelllco 12J and Laurel 111, selected thoso good brothers because for $4,700. they are the least likely to pray and sing. Lexington 33 horses, the properHiggina A Watta. At Lincoln County Farm Our dear friend should not take things iii Bowie, ol Maryland, sold Bargain in Frank Miller, a brake-ma- of this cbnracter so much to heart. Xei ty of Badly Hurt. If sold before the istof January. 131 Acres; rich, at an average of $323. productive and well located. Apply tu from Louisville, was bit by the therof the raon mnue the attempt, bo V. E. VARNON, Stanford, Ky. J. M. Sallee, of Boyle, iold to M. 71 at Livingston, Tuesday, thero was no harm done. Goldsmith, of New York, three and badly hurt about the head and back. cattle nt 4Jc. CC Beazley Bros, delivered to M. S. of if Ho bad Juat made a coupling on a freight SQQ at 4J Bright & Fox got from J. K. and M. between the cars Baughmnn 10 hogs averaging and coming out from They were engaged oue month S. Bauehnian 14 horses, murna and jacks Vat the painless extraction of teeth and other failed to see the approaching train. Ho cents. elss Mr. Baughman would have for their combination Bale at Danvillo on minor nursery. I bavo tested its virtue sufficientto LouiBville, where ho is ago or was ta!ken R.C.MOUGAN.D. D. S. ly to know tho IS and 10 of Jan. pext. JIH1U UUU wui uiuis. doing very well. car-loam b. the-market; n, Ovkrcoats, Overcoats, Ovorcoata. When you want them come to us. J. 8. Hughes. Wiikn one of Wood Green's imported goats jumpod through tho second story window pane of the flat occupied by Mr. J. C. HnvH and others and i)ito the wooden awning, tho other night, everybody in that locality thought it waa Blola's comet that had fallen and began to get down an their kneea and pray. Ono old fellow, who hadn't tried to pray siuco ho knoltat hia mother's knee, was heard to say "Now I lay mo down to sleep, Ac," or some such words inappro- R iiand-som- oc-u- ur -- In Cincinnati cattle are In fair de mand, exports at 4 to 4.85; fair to choice shippers 4 to 4.05; select butcher 4 to 4J; hogs nro ncti vo at 5 00 for select heavy shippers, common to fair 5 toOJ; g6od aheap aro In fair demand at UJ to 5; wethers 3 to 4 J; fat owes 31 to 4c. Prowitt A Wood ship pod from Paint pocket-book- s empty, but more goods than they: can carry Home. Lick Tuesday a enr load of hogs, for which they paid 3 to 5c. They also This is the experience ol our customers and our remedy for an empty shipped from Danville tho snmo day n pocket-book- . Money only buys the comforts of life and these, are half of hogs, for which they what we give in a large measure in exchange. Our last importation paid C to 5c. The other half of the car of Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks are from the closing sale of a New York priate to tho occasion. was loaded with a lot of S00 and 000-lmanufacturer and arc excellent in beauty and of style, fit and price. MATRIKSNIAL MATTERS. heifers nt 2 to 2jc. Procrastination is the thief of both time and money, so come while Winchester. About 300 cnttlo on Mr. Georgo Stngg; of Hnrrodsburg, but few good foeders and we can fit you in a nud Miss Lizzie Beck, of Louisville, wero they wero rapidly takon at 3J; medium married Wednesday. feeders, (JOO to 1,000 pound?, brousht 3 Knoch Lunsfurd and Mifss SupanMc-Cowaboth of tho Kaat End, wero mar- to 3K Tho demand was good but the supply short, consequently prices wero ried at the bride's home yesterday. L. L. Allen nnd Miss Mnttio Mither higher than last court. Everything deCome to sec us. Remember every department is tceminp with sirable was sold nnd many more would each aged 11 years, eloped from good bargains, if you want Holiday Goods, come to sec us and buy wero married inTennesHCO. have been tnken had they been offered. something oflervice. A nice Fur Rug, a Muffler, a Suit of Clothes, Lucius C. King, of Rockcastle, and Tho market had a hotter feeling than or an Overcoat, a pair of Hoots or Shoes for your father, husband or any time for a year past. DemoMiss Mary A. Holtclaw were married at at brother; a nice Dress, a nice pair of Shoes or a beautiful Table Cloth , crat. tho bride's mother's in this county Wedand Napkins or something useful for your wife mother or sister. Why nesday. The republican plurality in Minne- spend your money for trash? We are here to do business and we arc Harrison Payne, a widower of 51, sota is 22,157. It wan 38,107 in 1888. doing it and increasing it every day. We want everybody to come Misa Mnggio Lane, n pretty lassie, nnd Well, Harrison carried Ohio by n We do not want to hide our light under a bushel. of 23 summers, wero married Wednes plurality of 1,072. Great thing! Great and see us. day at Tyrono church. partyl It shows what tncy can do, as Misa Eva Frear, of Poughkeepsie, Tom Reed said, when they rise to the N.Y., has sued the N. Y. Central A situation. Enquirer. Hudson River railroad for $40,000 for Tho annual roport of Commissioner killing her betrothed in a wreck. Rati in shows that there are now 870,003 Henry S. Ives, who was once a many pensioners on tho rolls and 783,001 claims times millionaire, was married in New ponding. Thero aro 22 widows and two York to Miss Helen Sears. Tho wadding daughters of the soldiers of the Revoluwas not nnnounced until a week after tionary war and 105 pensioners of the tho ceremony had been performed. war of 1812. Tho new commonwealth's attorney in tho Nicholasvllle district, Hon. B. A. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. LKSS THAN TWO ( LNTS A WEKK. Crutchcr, was married Wednesday, in Picknwny county, Ohio, to Misa Emma Hedges, who formerly taught in Jcssa-m- i A good newspaper is in s THEY GQME to LOOK, THEY BUY AND ABE HAPPY. $20 Cloak for $12.(50, $10 Cloak at $6.50. 1 i i 1. J. S. HUGHES. The Cincinnati Weekly Gazette. $1.00 A TTEAB,. jt 1 s 1 msMmma firit-clasi il l ifc-r-t- cow-hidi- ng. SALE, GREAT OFFERED g January and 1TOTICE. 1 fl ,?i . THE hits-band- 'a o-- jt . w. T. Hioliardsoxi. Wo JUdo mA 1D jHJdXUbAuaUiV. W TonrTrwi SI i. ! prwi-tlo- FOR Staple Dry Goods and Dress Goods, -- Yico-prusidc- STBAIIB& CO., Clothing for Men, Boys and Children, E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. record-breake- r 1 - two-weo- ks' offico-Beokev- Howt-AN- . . HISBS Hue-tonvill- e, FjsKjOBsfit khBl W1JM0BERTX, DRUGGIST, H H ii cere-mou- y court-hous- e Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. BEAB OF BOOM. Old Bright Homestead, one-half . car-loa-d six-in- ch BUELL BEST -- kour-ykar-o- li) Cuinmi-Mioner- , BO0TS&SH0ES : : TO THE LADIES. e THE MADE. . May-woo- n Ex-Go- v. .I car-loa- I,.wi)-poun- d STILL SOLE AGENTS, & ZDZEHSTTO. M'ROBERTS HIGGINS. vT- J CT m - OJtWJ.. - -- , isttWfaVfri .ntVsy M Semi-Week- ly Interiok-joukn- al Stanford, Ky DitOKjinKK W. ft F WALTON most fantastic manner H was certain-ly a dress parade day in the Hookies. To hold and Kcop forever each to each One gown was spread out in n tall Yc plight our troth. There Is no fairer speech tree top, looking for all the world like In all lore's love of any tongue orcltmo: 2 18i2 Two llyes raado ono and all the world's in a negro woman dressed In nn emu in out rhymel set of hoops. Handkerchiefs, sockv Till death doth part what woe bum we, or neckties, followed their own sweet will thought in this decorntive danco to destrue-tionTILL DEATH DO US PART. . 'Of life, or loss, to fearf Our liven enwrought To each In alt that's blest, why crave of these, With olden tears, or pain, for our heart's case? Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, 'There are thrtC of the best Ilarl ers in the State. There are also r Ice'lent lUth Rooms run in connection. Ascent lor Lex njjton Steam Laundry. men should ride back to Han Luis valley, and return tho next tiny with men ami moans to rescuo our pruptrty from the depths. Hut where were our horses? The accident had so absorbed us thnt we had yearn. forgotten the creatures and they had My staff may bend, and thine, a frailer reed, strayed from home. Ilrcak In thy band; If so, we know" the need A man was seut for them, but could Of faith, by fault of haste and dread, 'twere not find them; in consequenco only fout best To thrill anew our troth, and, patient, rest! had any way of riding. The remaining "Till death doth "part we twain are one, and eight of us were left to wait uutil help could come next day when . The lovo light falls unto our lives what then? While sitting on the brink, wel Then death has como to closer knit the bond through with rain nnd wondering hov Of our wed souls within some realm beyond. we should pass the night, l!ob suggest"Whichever be death' gift of rod or palm ed that If we had rope enough in camp To thee and me, it will not end our psalm he and Charley could go down arid Of life still yet our clay will know Its trust. some of the bedding, if we women When side by side we stir our mingling dustl could help Jack to pull. Wc hold and keep our troth till death doth part Wo all said wo could pulj, so down thou Bnd I. e To innke matters worse a tfriszlinq rain set in. VTo were fourleou miles There may bo wounds whenfllnt and thorns Xrom tho nearest Habitation; all our chastise possessions were not In our possesion, In paths whore yet the dust unltf ted lies,. walk blithesome on tho troubled way but over the abyss. Yet woll No tents, no bedding, nothing to eat, And seek some glad'surprlso vtlthln each day. and night coming on. And If, by chance of grief and borrowing, Wo held a council of war, and deOur disjoined hands no longer clasp and ollnir. Some whispered word of lovo will And Us place cided that we women ami two 'of the Kxaltlng us to further peace and grace I Should we stray lost within the lonesome land, Where flowers refuse to bloom and dcathful sand O'crsweeps the way by which we might return, Totc still will lead, though lost we waft and Us heart! The world's In rhyme, sweetN. Y. Home Journal. ivSRi 4MB &bCJh 1(P " they started. For the first three hundred feet It wns as steep as llie side of n house, but the rope wns securely ftwtenad to a large pine treo and the descent in tide in Junction City Marb!e& Granite Works 4 i ! jujt erected a new Marble and Granite and sm fully prep rvd to fi .1 orders fur all kind ol Marble and (jramte work I have in my floue Have JUNCTION CITY. KY I 1 cmre.lcoTb;Vc".leT dersold. 3 JOE XWiX WRIGHT. S. "F& . I && V Mr vm?" YANT TO ADOPT A BABYl Jlaybo you think (his Is n new litistacw, sending out babies on application ; it hits becu done before, however, tint never have thoe furnbboU ben to nairtlio original Bjunpleuj this one. Kvoryone will ctclaim, " Well I that's tho sweetest baby I over mwt" This cngrurin,? can uivo little you but a faint idea of tho ex quit i to otigl mil, black-and-whi- DO YOU 1 r PJL L Ctff .Jar 4fc2"?!t"'fc, "V; I Ifr If- - 3 tation The llttlo darllnir rests against a pillow, nnd Is in tho net of drawing off its pink sock, tho ma to of which has been pulled off mid Hung aside with n triumphant coo. The Uerli tint tire perfect, and the eyes follow you, lio matter wbero you stand. this greatest painting of Ida Waugh (tho most celebrated of modem painters of baby life) are to lie irl ven to tboM who subscribe, to Dcmorest's Family ilaga-zin- n for ISft. The rcproduetions cannot bo told iroin tho original, which coot $400, and an; the sumo slzo Inches). The baby is lifo size, nnd nhxGintcly lifelike. "We have bim) in preininiiiou, to preieni in our suo- Bcrlbers during IWI, other great nlctun by siiL'hurtLstHasl'erey Mnnin.Miuid Ilumphrer, Louis DeMhauips, nnd others of world-wid- e renown. Take only two examples of whnt weiiiddiiriutr the past jcar. "A 1 ard of ran-eieand "A White lloui Orchid" by tho wife of l'rcsldent Ilarriou, and jou will see what our promises mean. Those who sulMcrilioforDemorest'a Family Magazine for 1KO will u irullcry or exquisite works of art of great value, beside a JlHgazino that cannot be cmialcd by nny In the world for its beautiful lIliiMrHtkms and subject matter, that will krepevcr.tonc posted on ull the topics of tbo da, und ulhtho fads aud different kerns of Intru .t nbout the household, beldci furnishing rending matter, both grave and p.iy. for the wholo family; nnd while Dcmorest's is uot a fashlonMaguKiuc, its fashion lmgi ure perfect, and we give you. 1rtt tttnut, all the patterns you wish to utodurlng the jenr, and iu any size you choose. Bend iu your t fir.ee. only S2, und j nu will really ret over $ In value. Address the publisher, W. Jennings Demnrest, 15 Eu-- t lllli St.. New York. If you ure unacquainted with th alatfaziuc, send 10 uonts foru speciuu u copy Theexqul-siternproductlons- of M I'M A DAISY." which wo projKwo to send tn you, transpor- mSfSStkM ilx! , I ," onr bait The next morning wc started for over the pass, obliged to walk for nearly the whole distance of eicht ' miles, but ia the grand scenery we lost 'all sene of tiredness. About noon we reached the summit, where we could see for hundreds of miles around; Tike's Peak, Lincoln's Peak, and thousands of lesser peaks, while beyond were the great plains melting into the horizon. We filled our souts with the glory of the earth and sky, and thcu partook of ' a light lunch, saving our appetites for the good supper in Btore, when we got into camp on the other side. 1 insisted upon riding in the wagon as my feet were blistered, but my oau-- t tious husband refused to let me mount. He was sure something was going to happen, as one of the horses had started out in the morning and limped without any apparent cause, and it was an unfailing sign of an accident before -- AVE you over ha Agratfiro was built, ot which wc Tnjnu little ttat he nU camped out? warmed and dried ourselves and boiled T clitirmtnpfi nenr tn ro. Ynnrs rirro She tnllied about the sociable, our cortee, and with u few crackers such an insane means of resting and broiled bacon wo had a feast Gt Tlwt tMiMtn' bee at Ford's, IUVM5lf The parma's laut donation, for the gods. Wo then fought our ind kept aa tntetng to'rdu Hut this summer I was drawn into it. sumptuous couch of pino bough. A tewfrersort of sentiment. Hob said he wanted to take life easy, On the edge of a precipice fifteen In tonre e awvet and lowt you know, and you hundred feet deep, in tho middle of the While Sam In silence twirled his thumb. And aoowered "yes," or "na" can't do it at the seashore. I went by only road, anyone passing, friond, foo train and joined tho party, fjoinp to tho or wild beast, must necessarily go tit couldn't puk up courage Sierra Nevada mountains. The scenery through our bedchamber. To Uy heart quite bare; To put UtH was so grand I did not regret letting la pUwnst word Hears were numerous, nnd ittl our poor youth didn't dare; The Hob have his way. guns and ammunition were below. lint as tbe etrnlni; watted apace There was everything to make tts The wind blew u gale, and the tent He showed himself no clSm, comfortable; an immense WHon loaded flapping against the mountain side For, as ho wrappd her in his arms, "Tbo weather's mid!" said Sam. with provisions and splendidly fitted up. it I Ileudriohs. lu Jarny The first night, after a good supper, V we sat around a huge pitch pine fire L . Ur Alakes Hip Itlr; Catch. V .j4 tellingr yarns and anticipating the morI suppose you ve obsorted, tor It's painfully true. row. Then wc should bo over the That the boy who poos Ohing goes flehlnr range whqre the buffalo, elk and ante-lo- p with you. were waiting to reward the tav-ag- e Whose line Is a string and whoss pole ts a tre, instincts of our huntsmen. And Will make the big catch ere a Mtu tmi wilt tec the fl9h were so obliging they would Of ceurse yoti have seen, ht yewr )ri.rj jump twenty feet out of water to catch life. hL--i -- -- thop.-o:iipie- H tain safety. Tho tent and polos wore attached, and wo pulled nnd pulled until we got nil above. Than a load of bedding was dislodged from a nine tree, ntui our blessed coffco pot wns found, and a llttlo coffee pinched up from among the rocks, afovv crackers, a piece, of bacon, all put together and brought U. It win now growing dark nnu cold, Our t was 10x12 feet and thu mountain road only eight feet wide. Wo finally fastened one side under and the other up the mounU-ne Farewell to tbo dainty dresses, With their ruffles and puCsaml frl'.l, That brought such Rrnclotin plouturo And such dreadful laundry bill. Tut away tho bat, wtta Hi trinunlnvsof lao and lawn: Fatewcll to tho tloora of summsr. For the sutuuier, ulasl Isgenat Farewell to tho broad plazta, To tho leaf-hirustle neat. To tho tryst In tho tender twillcM Ah, tbe iroinraer Is fair and float! Farewell to tho happy hammock, To tho green toughs incrhoad. To tho grace nnd too glow ot s owner, For tho Bummer, nlasi Is doadl Now vanish tho crazy sketches Of river and field nd rook, Tho boating and cllnMn? costumes, Tho oar and the alpenstook. Fnrewoll to thd dourUwn-tonntWith sorrow my eyes are wet; Farewell to the summer lovor, Ills icos awl creams, cl cot. Farewell to the bold mosquito. With nnydeross bito and. sons: To the ant, the bup nnd tho spider, Aye, all of tho barbarous throng. And banish tho Ii'ou plemicre must have its panj Farewell to tho rtmstaat varfaro With the limp, uncurbed bang. Now hull to tho cood Now UU it tip to tho full: And brine me tho floeoy lltvunoi. And brrac me the boso of wool; And bring m the walskln jacket Oh! blest be tho Ico and saowl And bring me the mantle; Who cares how the llerco wind blow? And hatl to tho flying cutter. All hull (o tho winter meoul Tho clear, crisp air cbout tn Is sweet as the breath of Judo. I lore not the creams and tees'. So loved In tho days r,ono by, Hut brlnsr for my petit aouper The comforting stew and fry. Now ball to the coy parlor: Not whrvl up the sofa-s- ot Not fairer the cummer moonlight Than the nreltffhts gleam anttsJow. Farewell to the perished senvin. ( . Who lxwiutiful ilay Is done; Farewrtl to tin HtimnKr story, Now bring a winter on. I'crry, la N, Y, Ivtdcer. broad-brimmed s, frccklo-lntlcm-base-burnefur-line- d tai-U)tt- THE FIRST SNOWFUAKKS. rarrwell, Rummrri Alt Halt, Ulnlrl $500 Wc will 1 ay the above rrward for any ca of SUROKON DENTIST. I, ,ver Complaint, Dvtpcptis, Sick llfaJaclie, rH. . Uontllpaiinn or en we on net t 1HI69 VTVl sr. - t . d- - Cla Tifdltk ! StWIAnW anil cure with Wel' Vegrtahte l.lver IMIi, wl.en the Staiiftnl. dlreotlons srenricily compiled with Thy are purely veccuble ind never fill to give lien. Sugar contcit. Large bout containing jo pill, 15c. Ho ware of counitrfritt and imlt.itiont. The most Celebrated Kye, Ear, the genuine. ninufqturct only by Tli lelin C. Nose, Thrp.it and Chronic Dis WgkCo., Chlcsgo.lll Korssirhy A. R l'en-- "' kuVaro. Cotii ClrStu- A. S. PXCICB -- Ji isy itfle 9jiyr ease Specialist in the State. SN XKT A nfrw APANiSSK J3. hy suffer fn-- this terrible dlteae when written guarantee It positively gien wtth6boiee, ta rvlum! lli money if not cured Send stamp far tree sample Guarantee usuptt by A. It Penny, OrHcgin and sole agent, btanford, Ky, Call fer , ... samples ind Complete treatment. cenWrtlne ef upppttiorlet. Ointment in Cmh1i, also in le sndpill;a peltlvecure foi Kxicr al Internal. Illliid or lllcmting, lichms, Chro ie, Kocent er llercditary Piles ihls remedy hat never been known to fail $1 per tin. G fur $j; ent by mall CURE tuwNniutsruH BaBaaw," ' IBwr nZ'' JbaKflttrjLaEI )saBsv. tfsaHsaVb. Ql1 1 I iTaWtHsaHaWmi tasasaB Dr. E C Wen's Nerve and Drain Treatment, a pee fie for Hysteria, Dullness, Mtt Nemaigia. llraiUctie. Nervnu Prostration earned bv al.oliul or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression. Softening ol Drain, causing insanity, ninety, decay, death, Prcmalur Old Age, lUrrrnnws, 1,04a of rower in either set, Impotent)-- , I.ucorrh(ta and ll Female Wraknrisra, Involuntary Louts. caused by of liraln, Self huse, over- - tnduleenre A month's treatment f 1, six lor J by mail We guarantee ix bostst to uro hach onler for six Loses with $s will tend written guarantee 10 refund It not cured Guarantees issued only by A K IVuiiy. Druggist and ole asnt, Stanford, Ky ra over-exerti- on yT-i- vr jHk v SBaWv' MHESr QlBSrr JKKd J. S. APPLEMAN M. D., y TIIK CFI.KI1RATED , Englisli Specialist, Formerly I'roletserof Prmieen, Medicine, o 9 T w o TinuPiBleO Q ToetiroroiKtiiuitiniipurulniitheliOTr' prt-parx-.- eooo Etoctricnl Modlcal Collogo, TORONTO, CANADA. ,nw Kxaasining lytleUn of the w I.OUISVILLK,KY. tilsahouldbnvoUtrlltsrtkrntlielr power of motion. nnprtent A' pfTect I only Will be at Myer3 House, Stanford Tutt Tiny l.lver I'ilUarn t ultlt ajieclal slows to the periiiuiient euro of Southern Medical Institute, Tuesday, Dec. 0, and until Noon of 7th. What Sum Saltl. To talk of swappmi: lUs yuke of spotted P si," 3. And tnttelc to his ears. Akd Uiu.1 he chatted biithely till The old folks wont to txd: aUwe wtih pretty Sue, Hut w Was hrei and. steers kety-dropp4n- ! to Sam's lips m m m lrlce, S3r. accumuU-tlon- s. els to remove Gok1 appntltn ami tllrjcstloup. use nftlieso llttlo pills. W result from thu iinlii-ultli- A nnlll thrynrt nu ttia liver, rauaa annul mi notv in niinnnil tlirlr tonio proiertleiliiiuirt potvertu the Ikiw-Ttiey am te-iM COSTJVENESS nntl IIEAOACHE. mild nnd remain In tbrt sys OHiee, at) Fisrk IMarc, K. Y. o TAB! BUGKEYIFi HO Op Q I CI , Ketoiiini; eviKr (nr i daiinff the year Or A(ipliMii a tradstaterf llilri.e HittpK-a- l Medl.nl UJlrje. Xiw V. ik City, in lh Kfet- Medic al Tnrento, CHs4a. lie ha a tp'iial study ot I he lines he Healed in lliMlevwr ih1 Chetity HipHl fsr several years and teccniinottipcrior in eisa;reKit and trraiitiir Chrome IHease He derates alt his time to the treatment ef and uervmt diseaictof hoih sexes ami Ms IH s im expert in this tla.s of iae H til oHaMUhed Treats sar tetstully, and e 'at Ce-llr- the-gie- ILL! ' I Pormanontly Curos Fit. poailivefr cured. ournr or middle aited men suffering fm Srif- mjluf.nra, Iruputcn-s- , Rrupuent, thertiulisof etrorter excesses. sHumM tall before It it too lat ls' guiantr rurr if um hat nal Kne loo far Soperriuoua hair and ail trupbMH f the lace Atit and Chronic Catarrh, niatintt ih Cars Ilealneit, Ditwiei of Kye, Kar. Nese, Threat Lun(t Ktdacy, Urinary and DUtldrr lrWe . Cootu- Ha:M'e Di.ease, llubetrs, pat ion, Kbeuman aud Psralyst, HplKnsyi l)tM-pUa- F CURES HOTHIHGBUT PILES. A SURE permanent!) removed Pnr4kjftlClliKD;il?-TlTIHMri.(0.,r.lair- and CERTAIN CURE known for ID years ns tho CEST REMEDY FOR PILES. !. piood nud Skin DInciisch. Syphilis, S.rofla, Stricture, Gieet.tc , cured by r.ever fattlna; remeiHct Disease ef stiaen, tswh as l.Hsscerrhra, (Mstsful Menstruation, Displacement et U'ewb, eWarlng down pains in back, trlleved in short lime. The Doctor yam all his psitaUe Inttruraealt and comet prepars-- to examine the rooit ebicme medical aau tarfical eaxs. He undertatea no ilKuraMe hut esire hundreds given up tqlie. Aa M That the hAndsome yotmg iwiid wttom you'd like for a wife Foregoes all your fortune vmr UgHr so fine The big catch is landed line. by a dud tbrh dst whh )t Wmw. CONSULTATION FREE Ami iff rocn n-'ml- m w, jiulex a.vu Tiin ruo:T wiiuuls OF TUB WAOOX. :mf&T 1 stretch. Ami the bookmaker watches and makes tho big catch. It Is well to take notice that the Mg catches come To few who expect them, but often to some Whu seem scarcely entitled the honors to wear. Hut they cast where the Oshes most i'er.r rally are. Judge. -- Vou go to the races perhaps jpu may bet And you meet a sure winner you net or have met; You put up your dollars, you watuh the heme fHf'' P'At'l 14 J,iK-u.-?. Canf!ditial. Address J. S. API'I.KMAN, M i' r ?Sf S 'a l LoulsviHe. Ky. I, am above humoring such superstition, but being warned that we were to death. is such a complete change, you "Hut it approaching the- - worst road in the range, with just enough room for the know!" "Something so restful In the mounmountain , wagon wheels between the tains." and the precipice, I concluded to wait Particularly on thu edge of a preciuntil that part was passed. pice." Iu a few minutes we heard a great Then Hob would threaten to get up crush u thundering noise which bound- and throw us ovor. ed as if the very mountains were up-- j In the midst of this hum iinis conheaving and rolling to the fathomless versation a tramplug wa. b r loutnldc abyss below. Then a yell and a scream; which proved to be our i - ;. horses.' We all rushed to the spot, and there to go It seemed to be their ; on the brink of the precipice stood the straight through our bolixin carryfour trembling mules attached to the ing all before them a tragedy which two front wheels of the wagon, and was only prevented by the circumj the two pale ghosts of drivers up in the HOST IX QtMSTITI. EST I J QCiUtl. ; top of a tall pine trea, hanging over stance of otir being awake consoling Hob on thu Mtuntlon. the chasm, where they had jumped The next day one of the ladla found from the wagon when it went over. If she could fling herself down the rope they had missed the tree thej' would and make two trips while the men have been dashed to pieces on the were ranking ou, bringing up as rocks below. big a load on her back. One Missouri driver cautiously came Hv sunset the men from Sun Luis down from his perilous perch, and sur- finished raising all from the. depths aud veying the wreck for a moment said wc started doxvn the other side, getting tn tremulous tones: into tho valley by nine o'clock, thor' "There lies all I have. I came from oughly enjoyfng the luxury of a civMissouri to see the Kockies; I have ilized supper and buds nt the hotel. seen 'cm. I go back to my own level party provided Nothing Has loci all Worm Remedies. country to stay as long as God spares themselves daunted, our outfit, inteud- witli a new my life." EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. i ing to strike camp where they should The solemn and pathetic tone In SOLO EVERYWHERE. LOCH. which tho trembling creature delivered find good hunting and Ashing rnptr4kr HKIUtUSUX.TiTLOK Kill. CO., ST. Three weeks later when they all came himself of these sentiments struck the in the men looked like highway robbers ludicrous chord In all of us, and simul- Scientific American , taneously we burst out into a laugh, and the women Ilka Indian squaws-Al- l declared it was)i glorious sumAgency for which drowned the thundering noise mer, but were unanimous in their decaused by the loosening and rolling of termination to let th'e mountain passes the great bowlders to the chasm below. stand alone In their glory from this Our beautiful wagon, tho pride of time forth and for evermore. Lizzie our hearts, was a wreck. Fully five York Case, in Detroit Free Fresv hundred feet down the mountain sides OAVCATS. Seek and You Vyi Find. MUs were literally covered with edibles. TffADE MARKS. ltread and butter and beans, all sud- - Fitts "Oh, Charley, dar, we are so OESION PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, etc. denly sprouting upon the same tree. glad we met you. Mamma and I are so For inforrsatloa and free Handbook write to Sugar, onions, olives nnd potatoes, all hungry. We have been looking for a MUSS X CO-- XI Bkoadwat. New York. us in to n44et bureau for AU!irj tutenti In ABiertea. rolling on and on fifteen hundred feet flat all day. Won't Xtery wtent takes out bj us U brought ssfn tbe pUc by a notlee gtreu free of charge lu thu Wlow, emptying into tho boiling, sdrg- - have somethiog to eat?" Charley fall? j ing mountain torrent ry Our clothes'and to see the real meaning of the remark ., j N!3I . ueaaing followed VIIlL'LIlilU. fA ctrtnrn1 lifiw on? tne msu race, to until his loved one at the lunch table &T . c itiVA wvi nvvtk.vu the tall explains that they are thinking of there l uirrot rtrttUHUum or say tuswiuira parr in tub nines nnd in tho topmosi moving. The coldness between them wnrM. ii4faiiiiy tiitr(c.i. Nq Inlclllcnit boughs, ba without it. Wfrtlr, then allsoa Ma 1IUN ttJS yri vboold Ix'sontli. JMtm rrk.M.a CO, I ad tbe trees werewere torn asunder alone. resolves itself into the cream Brooklyn Eagle, decked out'ln thai rryiutMMM, hmnuiwut. $ ' I i I inl.-fii.on night the oftJee. " Then the other restless sister would join in and say they were enjoying it so much if they were only not freezing brought down thowers of llrt arid gravel on our innocent heads. Under these soothing lrcum.tanccs Hob would sometimes be m ungrateful as to wake up and growl. Then it was like a true wife I reminded him how restful it was to camp in the mountains and how refreshed he would be when he got hack to work iu a&r: mm Vf 'fsStfJ": V3ErrMta-' .k W "lOSTEP. This naiice forewarns hunter, rttheruien and others net f trespass oaeur lands without as all siivh will be preteesiled lo the fullest extent of the law Signed: HRUCE. J. THOMAS C. I1AI.L. STEELE IIAII.EV A.M. KF.LAND. II. W.GAINES. JAMESOIVENS. J. S PHILLIPS. C. M.SPOONAMOORE &muv.nt 'i ;. The Silent Ones. Under the grainy soJ, Under the swaying wlUowi), Down 'neath to buds and flowers, . Sleeping away the hours. Far from the paths they trod. They lie on their clayey pillows. There at the dawn's first per pinr, Therowhen the night comes weeping, The .i!ent onei are sleeping. Under the drifting snow, Down 'nrath tbe naked branches, Under tbe ralu and sleet. Swift are the hours and Ceet, Far from the cares we know. , Safe from grief's avalanches. There at the dawn's first pee Ping. There when the night comes neeplng, The silent ones are sleeping. Klchard Henry Huck, In I'hiUdutphU Ledger. m AND STEELpBOILERS, Upright nnd Horizontal. Stationary, Semi Portable and Portable " All sizes up to 26- horse power Uneqimled in Safety, Stoiplicity, Strength and Durability. Write for Vreei Illustrated I'amplctt ami your n s MILLS i ANTON KEN ACKER CLAKK REYNOLDS M LAI KOWITZ T D NkWLAND W W HAYS. (I. C I. YON FRKD HA I MANS R. WIUTK I. etjS7 0)(attJtfasWCLM lKsa?SsS e UfeCRts HBattwViarini wtSStSfSSSXi ir.TP""r-r"i.mr- B 110 fAILti M - iii rnmim- -: 't0fth-Xmz.WJE5- ria Who gently chide mv lonif delay. While (xikers hold me well at bay) Nobody Who tiling end4 my teeth and hair, And makes m dodge, with neatest taie, My slippers fiylug through tm air' Nobody Who,xegtt!ates a steady Are. With anger eterbUiIng higher, While ruUMIcs oer come the nlgher? Nobody. When sickness comes to r&ck my frame. And grief disturbs my troubled brain Who tells me Fie myself to blamef Nobody. lirooklyn Life. The llaclielor. Heturnlng home, at close of day, JAMES LF.FFEI. & CO., NF.W YORK CITV V1 SPlINOFIEI.D,0 iwtmAYmirw, rasssT' fn a.ti TWn rt ISSsTalEJaaBBH laVsK. 5aH tSaLsT WW ' - fsdJLiiHMdll .m Twenty ir.ilcsthe Shortest to WORMS! WHITE'S CREAH FOR 20 YEARS Chicago, St. Louis, Mict.iirati Pcmts Cleveland. Detroit, ilullalo. Indianapolis and the writ,, Canada, Ne England. 1 jut New Vork, Wastilnetcn. - . . IJoston, . yuicaesi MassssBsssiasBBsaBBsaBfsff'P Richmond, lime ia . ,,llaltimore, ... imuiniA. Quickest hne minraiourt, rraiiKinrt, Ky. to I'hilaJelphla, sneriMt and VERMIFUGE I ijJTnjJg Sunny Hays in ?,ovuiber. They call us from within the house. They give us sight of summers rone; Their skies are blue, and breezes mild, They call up smiles to souls forlorn. The children play upon the street And bask in sunlight at the door, r They disregard caps and cloaks And e'en the fact that they are poor. Their face clow Jth smiles more sweet Than this fair, early winter day, Aud echoing up and down the street th-!- ttaas!iCL- IF VOL ARF ( " SOLID VI.STlliri ED TRAINS thro with out chance via Chatunxua, Uirmiiiliam,Merid. NW un. B1LEAWS. c, maVins direct connections en route for Koos-villAsheviilo, LynchbnrKand points in the , OI'Jo WORTH TIIK WE' )T, or CAIROOKTAS, At Chattanooga for Ailanta.Columbut, Wilmine ton, Charleston, AuguiU, Macon, Savannah, Itriintwick, Lake Cily.Thouutville a.id FLOKI DA points. The only line runnlajriolidVeitibtilcdtralnt with Pullman lloudoir or Palace Sleeping Cata lo Si Augustine without change lor any clatt of passengers or baggage, Selma and Montgomery, Hunttville, Decatur Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. Shortftbt and quickest to Annitton, Selma, Mobile. Purrt connection! made at NHW OK. LEANS without omnibus transfer forGalvesioo Houston, Austin, a Trelrmerry voices sound la play. And with the sun and laughter bright The sick ones to the windows crawl. They und a bud upon the flower They brought within at earlier fall New thoughts of life to thtm are given. And winter ye seems far away, So much, so muoh for smiles from Heaven, And children happy In thtlr-play- . The glad gold sun shines treo to all, Aud skies are btua to nrTj rye: Thene lovely wlnter-- s unin' relays, A.a. dear hearts, tow f w t they Of LOUIBVItlC a NA3MVIUC R, R. It the line for you, at its (.Double Iaily TraiiiH connections Male close at TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The enly through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, I I you-tak- e LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI t Miss,v Shreveport La., making direct connection! wllhoftt omnibus transfer for Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, San Antonia, El Paso and points in JMLIIULIL .1 lcvin-m- tr i J " ,y blrak rd I Windier urn r For In our Uear's we iirvijawp The memory of bright t&lr.rs alway -- Ltoa Ifeulte lie tor. in Uood Housekeeping. wt'le the t las l wc re ! rtt''r-- For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOU). UAOGAGK CllECKKD THROUGH For any information tiqtilre of JOBS ItlCK.Aient, Stanford, Ky. Or W. W PENN, Trav. Pati Airent, Junction City, Ky -- TEXAS.ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNiA. For through rates, correct county maps and lu information call on Agent at Junction City. Ky or address JS LEITII. Trav Pats. r d. miller. Traffic Maugr,, D.V1 edwards!' O 1 Cincinnati. T. A ' O ". t "- - c Shock Semi-Week- ly Koddkh twine. McJ0i)J3"y Interior Journal Urog. Stanford, Ky., Dckkmiikk 2, Bo iin, to tlio wifo of Kev. John Boll GltiBon on Tuemlny niichtt n lino boy. 1802 h,o.wai.ton, bus. ManaRor IT Foa IlttST. -- Houbo ol four rooms and ballon Whillov Avunitti. 0. 0. With ers. . MEANS BUSINESS. dono nt A. It. l'onny'fi. EfJrnuviNa beautifully and artistically Overcoats, Ovcrcoata, Overcoats. When you want thorn come to us. J. S. " Hughes. Bouk, to the wivesof Mussrs. Joe Murphy nnd Will Daugherty, of Rowland, n girl each. A. A. Warrus Ih oponlng tho largeflt and prettiest line of Holiday goods ever seen in this market. Call In and boo thorn. ... lit-tl- u Boy your books and puliool HtinpHo of nil klnua from A. It. Penny, who sella them at publisher's prices. Hays your watch, clock and joweiry repaired at A. It. Penny's. All work warranted, KsMEMnKR thatall Bilverware, watches, rings, Ac, bouRht at A. It, Ponuy's will bo engraved freo of charge. PERSONAL Wmt.v quo of Wood Green's imported goats jumped through tho second story window pane of the flat occupied by Mr. J. 0. Hays and others and niito tbo wooden awning, tho other night, everybody in tha'. locality thought it wsb Blola's comet that had fallen nnd began to get down an their knees and pray. Ono old fellow, who hadn't tried to pray sit) co ho knoltat his mother's knee, was heard to say "Now I lay me down to sleep, Ac," or borne such words Inappro priate to tho occasion. H Though pretty fronty In tho morning wlutor came In as gontly as Mary's lamb. The "numoroua builders in Mita. Lbwis DunuKitAH In very ill. J. A. Hkuman, of Paris, la copyist at town could not havo bad a bettor season for their operations. Itowhind now. T. A. Rice la confined to his bed with Tub total amount of claims allowed in something liko pneumonia. Clark county Is $5,882.17, which Includes 11. Oivb.ss and lirldo are tIbR-iiiMil L. officers' salaries, pauper, road and other nt Mr. 8. W. Glvena'. Is Mb. Max Manbs, now of Paris, was items. Oura $3,000 more, with no eH pecial reason for It. was with Mr. A. Hays Thursday. Mrs. N. A. Tyiub lias Rono to visit her For Rk.nt Houso nnd 25 acres of daughter, Mrs. John Finnell, at BowIIdj? pasture, acres of splendid tobacco land, Green. largo garden, variety of fruit. Also two Mn. and Mna. Matt Wootwo.v, of new cottages between Stanford and Middleuboro, aro visiting at Mr. 0. J. Rowland. 11. Helm. Crow's for a few days. M'ibb Laura MoANAixy and Messrs. A reprkskntativk will be here on Dec, Will Sovoranco aie fth with soveral trunks full of jewelry Jos. 8. Iticc and and holiday novelties. If you want any among tho stick this week. o thing special, loavo your order beforo Di't. Cickro Kuiiakks and hia wifo have returned to Paducah, af- that tltno with' Dauks, tho Jeweler. it ter a visit to his relatives hero. J. P. Brsii, who had his horse stolen a Mr. T. B. Brioiit was hero yesterday month or more ago, has not yet found advertising hia combination sale, to ocsaddle was any trace of him, but-h- ia cur at Danville Jan. IS and 19. found in Bengo k Hamilton's stablo at wanted in every home, and the fact thaf-'tfi-c and Mrs. J. Mcs. G. BMOMfi8L! College. Lancaster. It is not known who carried , WEEKLY GAZETTE has been published every week for Hundred Dealer In N Blooinlleld, of Winchester, aro visiting Mifes Sadio Curry, a belle of tho vll tha Middle there. Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Years, and has been a favorite paper in many thousands of homes, is tho formor'rt daughter, Mrs. A. Hays. lngoof Advance, went to church Sunday evidence enongh that it is all that has ever been claimed for itrr-thConfectioncrlci, W. M. IlKioi.Nsaud Mr. Mu. amu Mns. i. Thk mother of Major Hays died a few and waiting till Howard Sanders came, ,,' Ortltn and Celery alwy on hand soil served best weekly paper published in the Central States. Thomas Mcltoberta were here yesterday days ago at tho age of 101, as he claims. she proceeded to give him a Bound ataflheurt, to sec Mr. J. M. Mcltoberts, Sr., who As tho Major himself says he is K t, He was k discarded lovor nnd i tuVer and oao lurnitb Hx with him a of ghis gaper is $1.00 a gear. ghe S7 continues to Improve. when those who know him put him at set atorios alloatof n dnmnging character Htcad, Cakes and the like on ihort notice. John Knui.icma.v and family have mov 05, his figures would seem to bo dispos- against hor. It is worth a great deal more. Send for Sample copy and sec !for BRIGHT & FOX' v ed to tho Wesley Itout property on Com ed to prevaricate. Judgo W. G. Bullitt, tho member of yourself. . 'j utcry Hill and Frank Itout will movo the constitutional convention from Mc- - COMBINATION : It is almost time for our inurchnntH to Cracken, seems to have put In some time i INDUCEMENTS from that place to',ono of the cottages at AGENTS. AT DANVILLi:, K.V., advertiso their Christmas wares and in Trove-makintho Water Works. while sojourning at ,Mil 8. 8. MvEitfl couldn't bear to hear order that they may havo all the space Frankfort last year." At anj rate ho 18 19, 1893. The Daily Commercial Gazette stands unrivaled as a newspaper. of a Methodist meeting going on in Stan- they want wo will double thu sizo of tho married Mips Kate Pilkiuton, of that cicloe Dec 13, 189a. Send forcntr Its popularity extends from ocean to ocean." The freshest and for iL most ' ford without Ilia preitunee, no ho anno paper as long as there is a demand nunki. umo j per itni. entrance cnargeu. ty, Wednesday. news is given every day in the year from all quarters of the in, begin to get your copy tea- reliable just in time to bo too lite, except for If you are Col. Gilbert Tnznle Reedland and dy for a good display. globe. the final service. Misa Emma Bessman will be married in Address, Mrs. C. H. Pa isc, of Bo.tton, mado u Mil II. 0. Farris received yeatorday a Pittsburg Dec i. They nro not exactly All pctsoiii having claims against J. M. Phillips brief visit to her parents, Mr., and Mrs. letter from his brother, Manrico Farrie, social light, but they stand very high. which were created before the 2d dajr of COMMERCIAL GAZETTE CO., W. P. Tate, and got otr beforo many of stating that he has sold during tho year. Thu colonel Is 7 feet 2, while the pros- ry, iEoi, will present them to me before PUHLISHERS, 1891, properly proven. hor friends know alio was here. Her from his several ranches in Now Mexico pective sharer of his joys nnd woes has M. C. SAUFI.EY, Illness Hhortonetl her may. CINCINNATI". O. cattle and lands amounting to nearly a n perpendicular record of 7 feet. Trustee J. St. l'Mlllps. Miss Nannie Bauuhma.v wnt to Win- quarter of n million dollars. Mr. Farris Edwin Hintou. who left Paris a few chester to bo maid of honor nt tho CO TO is of oourso very much elated over his days before he was to bo married to Miss of Mian Tilllo Hall, which event is Gay, daughter of Judgo Brent, of tho subrother's succors. : : to occur Dec. 1 1. The happy man is a JdL O perior court, because it was said his fathTil r.Bignal service notifies this oflice Kloridlan, who will tnko his prize to his JUNCTION CITV, K.V,, er would disinherit him if ho took hor Is now ready for everybody with a full line of that to further reduce expenses, forecaots Southern home. to wife, has shown that love Is more lastXSXAS GOODS. will ouly be sent when rain or snow, deJohn Bbiout, Jr., Iih taken a posiing than lucre, by returning nnd marryThe largnt Mock in town. All sorts of fine t, tion with tho Scchlor lUitfiry Co., of Cin- cided changes in temperature, frest, a ing her. Kirc Worls, &r , and get 30 pounds 0ranu cinnati and started oat on tho road for cold wave ora severe storm nro expected. Miss Ida May Adams, formerly of lated Sugar for St. Kespvolullr, Ladies' and Misses Cloaks, W'.'l. RICHARDSON. W thorn yesterday. Mr. II. C. Bright is When no dispatch Useut, it will be un- Mt. Vernoti, but lato of Grays, waB fair weather with stationat'aveling for the name company and to- derwood that married Wednesday at 8 a. m, to Mr. r straub, ;k. T. t CLARKE. gether will work the States south of tho ry temperature will prevail. Walter P. Lincoln, a prominent LouisOhio Itlvcr. Mr. Tonb Huns, of Hustonville, is a ville attorney. Miss Adams is a lovely i ull stock ol JJoots for Men. -- Jiovs and Phil .va snoes ot ait kinds. It is stated that tho r when it corne.s to chang- young lady, very accomplished and Mr. .PkACrKAL.. Call and examine our goods and get prices. dren and Mrs. Adlal K. Stevenson, of ing hjmes. During the 22 years of his Lincoln is to be congratulated on winand Steam Fitters. Bloomlngton, III., will visit relatives In married life ho has moved 12 times. ning one who possssea.in such eminent Plumbers Highest market prices paid for Eggs, Butter, Gensang and Dried Danville in December. If they do, the Nineteen children have blessed the un- degree the graces which make her box Healers in all Mnds of Iron and Hratt floods for Fruit. stcant and water. Sanitary Uouds of all kinds. All general will havo to ask Gov. Brown to ion of Mr. and Mrs. Hnnn, and when worthy of admiration. After tho cere- work guaranteed against defective material and W. workmanship. will out tho militia to protect hint from this Is told tho reader may havo n faint mony the couple left for a 57 tho oIllceBcokew. Idea of what trouble It Is for this family tour of the South. The bride has many Mr. S. V. ItowLANii, of Danville, who to change its abode. friends at this place. : : sale i : passed ou tho train the other day, hays A mutual friend who was present, lie could convince any man in tlvu minConrad Russell, who was with W. gives us this account of tho ceremony: OF utes that ho is the proper man to bo ap- T. Powers when he was killed at Hus- At 8 o'clock tho folding doors of tho Farm. pointed collector of this district. Wo tonville, and who was partly the cauee handsome parlors were thrown open A Desirable Blue-Gras- s can say one thing for him, ho is one of of the trouble, was fined $50 and given nnd the bride entered with her Bister, LI COLN CIRCl'JT COURT 30 days' confinement in jail for carrying MIfs May Adams; tho groom advanced Pursuant to a judement of the Lincoln Circuit ho fiuave.st and most genttimauly Court, rendered the concealed weapons; for breach of the through the hall accompanied by tho action of Williamat Its October term, 184;. in Ac wo know. T. Tate acainst John llrifiht, 1 will on if not paid, to be peace he was fined $35, bride's niece, Miss Cecil Crooko, meetCITY AND VICINITY. worked out and for resisting an otlicerho ing in tho centre of thu room surround- MONDAY, DEC. I2TH, 1892, Comb and buy a nice Fur Rug or Muff was held over till circuit court In $200. ed only by those who loved them best, Cojmty court day at a o'clock p in or thereHo was acquitted on another charge of before door in Stantord, or Mutller from us. J. S. Hughes. A most solemn and impressive cere- about,offer at the Ky., , breach of the peace and n peace warrant mony was pronounced by the Rev. J. P. the valuable public Miction to the highest bidder, and detirablu Farm For Rkst. Two rooms over Severance was sworn out by W. H. Miller, whirh Dawson, of Louisville. The bride, with Luownas the Call and secure Bargains. itSon'B store. Apply to Will X. Craig was tried, but the judgo refused to hold her beautiful young Bister, was a picture ' or Dr. Steelo Bailey. him to keep tho peace. of loveliness and all hearts joined in tho Containing about hi. of salt, lime Just received a Duchakohd. The evidence as adduc- tender nraver that God's mercies and Ono Hundred & Fifty Acres cement; also full line of Columbian ed at the examluiug trial of Marshal J. blessings should attend tho newly wedand cook Btove repairs. J. K. VanArs-dale- . II. Taylor, for the killing of W. T. Pow- ded wife and husband through life. An Of fine land, in crass Saul Farm has barns, orchit a ers, at Hustonville, was so nearly like elegant breakfast was served, after upon watercomfortable dwelling, two and fs situaand other improvements ard, and Mrs. Lincoln left on the ted about i'j .milei north of Stanford, in Linwhich Mr. Our last importation of cloaks aro the report that we gaye of it Tuesday, Ky , frontlnir on the turnpike road After their re- coln County, Stanlord to lianville and bounded on trading from Now York that it is unnecessary to reproduce it in 0:30 train for Florida. of a from tho closing the lands of James Givens, East by South turn they will mako their homo in the landsofbyHorace Withers North by tho lands tho manufacturer and nro at uuheard of full as taken down bynir representative. yv Wesson Louisville, where tho groom is a success- of Joseph lUlloaaud West by the lauds of John prices. Come and boo them. John 8. Powers had two huge Smith k M. Keld, Joseph Itallou and James Givens barrel, which ful lawyer. with a pistols, one TKKMS. A credit nl six and twelve months in Hughes. . Uonds with good personal equal Installments. he was pointing at Taylor when ho hit security, bearing 6 per cent, interest from day of AND TRADE ITEMS. FARM daughter of Win. him havo it with a Winchester. Tho A fleet of sale until paid, having the force and judgment und a lien retained upon tho land until Denton, colored, living on Mr. S. M. shooting was so clearly justifiable that J. .s. Owsley sold to Ilerriu, of the the ourchae monev Is nald. The sate will be made to satisfy a tudgment in Owens' farm near Mclvinuey, was eo no testimony was offered in defense and East Knd, 12 heifers at 21c. favor ol plaintiff, Tate, lor S,oo and $105 proba- badly burned by hor clothes catching Judgo Varnon promptly discharged the of Die costs 01 tins union. Joseph Ballou sold to Johnson, O M. DAVISON, tire that sho will die. Boyle, a Rinall bunch of heifers at 24c. accused. Matter tommUsiorer, LCI 77M For information npply to John Fon Salk. 21 yearling mules, all premises nr G. M Dswsou, Stanford,Ilrlght on the I nkku every cent duo mo now to buy Ky A rKK.u ikii, wbo bus always takeu a but two. W. M. Lackey, Stanmy stock of goods, which I shall shortly lively interest in our spiritual and tem- marefl onen In tho new store. This is intended poral welfare, aends us n number of pag-c- ford. Cotton has advanced from 0J to ti for every one indebted to me. So pleaso of closely written matter, objecting to and the Southern planters aro wild with call and settle. W. B. Mcltoberts. I am leceivlnir one of the most elegant lines of tho llippancyof tho paragraph which call- delight. MlLLMNKRY ever handled in Stanlord, select is ed on Brers. Sam Shanks to pray and Jim an the wants of this Our patrons will observe that there John Cudahy, tho millionaire pork ed with Miss especial viewoftoCincinnati, an eape. Nora trade. Doxology as evidence at riemed trimmer, isWelch, me thi season and I a difference in the price of coal. k We Bailey to sing tho with packer, is to establish a packing-housday appoint guarantee everything to bn In the latest and most handle tho beat of each kind and deliver of their IbauUfiiuL'ss on tho approved fashion. Ihe ladles are invited to call says the matter Cincinnati. Owsley sold to A. M. and examine my goods, which I will lake pleasfor snot cash as follows: Falls Branch od to civo thanks. Ho it Jonathan ure tu howiog. d, andWoolridgo each l'JJc per bushel; la too Borious to joke about and that wc Pence his farm of 147 acres near MISS 1.1CCIK nKAZLEY. 63 Laurel 111, selected those good brothers because and WE ARE- Kentucky Jellico for $4,700. thoy are the least likely to pray and sing. Hipgins & AVatta. At Lexington 33 horses, the proper- Bargain in Lincoln County Farm Our dear friend should not take things ty of Bowie, of Maryland, sold . Badly Huiit. Frank Miller, a brake- of this character so much to heart. Nei If sold before the 1st of January. 131 Acres; rich, at an ave'rago of $523. en- oroductivo and well locateu. Apply to man from Louisville, was hit by tho therof the men innue the attempt, so Y, E. VARNON, Stanford, Ky. J. M. Sallee, of Boyle, cold to M. 7 of No. :il, at Livingston, Tuesday, thero was no harm done. . Kino Goldsmith, of New York, three the head and back. and hadlv hurt about cattlo at 4c. CC .Beazley Bros, delivered to M. S. of j? He had just made a colliding on a freight Bright & Fox got from J. K. and M. 10 hogs averaging S00 at IJ coming out from between me cara Baugbman and Thoy were engaged one month S. Itauehman 14 horaes, maroa and jacks Kor the painless extraction of teeth and failed to see tho approaching train. Ho cents. surgery. I have tested its virtue aufiic lent-- y ago or elsa Mr. Baugbman would hnve-- .for their combination sale at Danville on was titkon to Louisville, where ho is F C MOKOAN,D O. S, to know the 1? and It) of Jan. pext. paid ono cent more. doing very weP. POINTS. d B 15 hand-som- -- 'In Cincinnati cattlo are In fair do mand, exports at 4 to 1.85; fair to choice shippers t to l 05; select butcher 4 to 4J; hog3 aro actl vo at 5 1)0 for solect heavy shippers, common to fair 5 to 5; g6od sheapare In fair demand nt UJ to C; wotherH 3 to 4J; fat owes 3J to 4c A2TID Prowittiv Wood shipped from Paint pocket-book- s Lick Tuesday n' oar load of hogs, for empty, but more goods than they can carry libmd. which they paid 3J to 5c They also This is the experience ol our customers and our remedy Tor an empty shipped from Danville tho same day a pocket-book- . Money only buys the comforts of life nnd these arc half car load of hogs, for which they what we give in a large measure in exchange. Our last importation paid 5 to .rc. Tho other half of tho car of Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks are from the closing sale of a New York was loaded with a lot of 800 and 000-lmanufacturer and arc excellent in beauty and of style, fit and price. M ATRIMONIAL HATTERS. heifers at 21 to 2jo. Procrastination is the thief of both time and money, so come while Winciikbthu. About 300 cattle on Mr. George Stngg, of Harrodsburg, . tho market; but few good feeders and we can fit you in a and Miss Lizzie Buck, of Louisville, woro they were rapidly taken at 3; medium married Wednesday. feeders, 1)00 to 1,000 pound?, brought 3 Hnoch Lunsford and Miss Susan both of tho Fast End, were mar-rio- d to 3. Tho domand was good but tho supply short, consequently prices were at tho brido'B homo yeHterday. L. L. Allen and Miss Mattio Mither higher than last court. Everything deCome to sec us. Remember every department is teeming with sirable was sold and many more would each aged 14 years, eloped from good bargains, if you want Holiday Goods, come to see us and buy were married InTenncsHce. havo been taken had they been offered. something oflervicc. A nice Fur Rug, a Muffler, a Suit of Clothes, Lucius C. King, of Rockcastle, and Tho market had a better feeling than a jjuu ui jjuuis ur onucs ior your iatner, jiusoattu or any time for a year past. Demo- ui an Miss Mary A. Holtzclaw were married at at brother; a nice Dress, a nice pair of Shoes or a beautiful Table Cloth the bride'o mother's in this county Wed- crat. and Napkins or something useful for your wife, mother or sister. Why nesday. The republican plurality in Minne- spend your money for trash? We are here to do business and we arc Harrison Payne, a widower of 51, sota is 22,157. It wan 38,107 in 1SS8. doing it and increasing it every day. We want everybody to come Misa Maggie Lane, a pretty lassie, and Well, Harrison carried Ohio by n We do not want to hide our light under a bushel. of 23 summers, were married Wednes- plurality of 1,072. Great thing! Great and see us. day at Tyrone church. partyl It shows what tncy can do, ob Miss Eva Frear, of Poughkecpsic, Tom Reed said, when they riso to tho N. Y., has sued tho 1S Y. Central & situation. Enquirer. Hudson River railroad for $10,000 for Tho annunl report of Commissioner killing her betrothed in a wreck. Raum shows that there aro now 870,008 Henry 8. Ives, who wasoncb a many pensioners on the rolls and 783,001 claims times millionaire, was married in New ponding. There are 22 widows and two York to Miss Helen Sears. Tho wadding daughters of tho soldiers of the Revoluwas not announced until a week after tionary war and 105 pensioners of the tho ceremony had been performed. war of 1812. The new commonwealth's attorney in tho Nicholasville district, Hon. B. A. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. LI.SS THAN TWO ( LNTS A WEKK. Crutcher, was married Wednesday in V Pickaway county, Ohio, to Miss Emma Hedges, who formerly taught in Jessa-minA good newspaper is Y COME to LOOK, THEY BUY AELE HAPPY. b. i ;1 n, $20 Cloak for $12.50, $10 Cloak at $6.50. wtituai, '1 . j 1 4 J. S. HUGHES. i The Cincinnati Weekly Gazette. e $1.00 A YEAE. o s MKGMinilEo cow-hidi- ng. fint-cUs- giiu i m SALE, GREAT OFFERED g January and ! XTOTICE. 3 THE litis-band- 's lo-- jt mar-iiur- o W. T. Hioh.ard.soxi, FOR fr w W JJJdo TUTLmQnrri f MB iIJJlUlJjfts.2l.. "J i Can-die- Staple Dry Goods and Dress Goods, Clothing for Men, Boys and Children, E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. STR.S.TXB& CO., record-breake- ii two-wee- ks' m mm mmrnrn WlfMOBERTS, DH.TJGGIST, gen-ilcma- n court-hous- e lllue-Ora- Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. BEAR OF POST OFFICE ROOM. ' Old Bright Homestead, one-half 1 m car-loa- d ua six-in- ch BUELL lOt'R-YBAR-O- Li) BO0TS&SH0ES THE : 1 b TO TEE LADIES. e BEST -- : MADE. May-woo- l- -'J Er-Go- v. car-loa- m l.ryO-ponn- d JDE3STTO. STILL SOLE AGENTS M'ROBERTS & ofnet-mino- r i HIGGINS. 7 MMMMMMfrttNMNMaiM ffgffffff ,i n ii m n .! ti wiC: vv 0 'k Semi-Weekly Interior Jourm AT TWENTY YEARS ABO. I've wandered in the village, Tom, I've sat beneath the tree playing ground Upon the school-hous- e Which sheltered you and roc; JI11 1 none ate left to greet me, Tom, And few were left to Vnow, That played with us upon the green Seme twenty years ago. - Published Every Tuosdny and Friday S PKB YJCAWIN m t . A.TV.iVNCUC. will lit charged.- - pll S2.BO ROYAL Thngrnsslsjust a. green, dear Tom Ilarcfooted boys at play Wero sporting Just as wewero.ihcn With spirits just as pay; ltot the master sleeps upon, the hill, Which, coated o'er with enow, Afforded us a sliding place, J ust twenty years ago. is altered some. The benches are replaced With new ones very like the ones s had defaced; Our Hut the same old bricks are In the wall, The bell swings to and fro, It's muslc'ajutt the same, dear Tom, 'Tuas twenty years ago. The old school-hous- e cancer (or n your as only those, can who W. 13. aro inspired by hopes of rest In Heaven. ' Her prayer was for God to rellovo hor of Ilimsolf, hor sufferings and tako her to Office Main rejoicing In tho hope of tho future and vacated South side F. street, In office recently by Dr. L. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. fully realizing that she must dio, alio was heard to say. "My mission is filled, Whllo it was not done porfectly, I havo dono my best. t have Butcher Shop I 'vo worked for Christ. Ho ploads for Lancasterjust opened a will keep at nil times on street, whore mo and Ills great lovo that would causu : Him to dio for sinnors will not cast off TiaTE : that can be obtained, which I will sell at the marono who lias filled hor 'mission to tho ket price. I have a fine, new, large refrigerator best of her ability. Christ is my hope and menu wilt alwava be kep fresh and men ILIL1AN VEST and 'in my tamer s houso are many mansions' and I am only waiting for God to send tho messenger, Death, to tako me thither." Ofatl kinds, Those who know her best loved her Made and Sot Up in All Parts of most, and can fully realize that tno Country. No Agents employed. "The cm is broken one seat It DR PENNY Dentist. .For SX I Twenty Kullclliijr JLots In the corporate llmlls of Rowland, II I. DAKST.fjKowland. FARM FOR SAIJE. Acres oft the I will sell Brivaiilymy I'srmol Danville ft Sunford pike, three inlles Irom Stanford. It is well Impimed, with dwelling of five moms, eewbsrn and Ml necessary outbuildings! also has find spring Call on me ou the premises omiMrc.M me (I Stanford, Ky, 1SUU BNK KEU.KY. (b NEW BUTCHER SHOP. flrtt-clas- Tarm ITor Sale. sell rrlvalely my Farm of at Acres, 1 rnilo irora v.rao urcuaru, on me ninnioni pine, iiis good land nnd wtil improved with good dwelling, barn, vineyard, water, .Vr O4II an me on the premises or address me at Crab Orchard 6stl JOHN VV. NAHPl. I will s THE RILEY HOUSE F. B. RILEY, 1 BEST MEATS London, 77 - Proprietor, - Kentucky. beltsr Go to Earp's Art Gallery jour phatorraphs taken. with all tho He ltceni'ur To have prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience desired. Give me a call. I have moved to my new Hotel and am FRANK MONUMENTS W. ADAMS & R.EY. - JLalcsl Improvements, And will 9-iy Rive you good satisfaction. A. J HARP, .Stanford. Notice to tho Traveling Public. I hare had .... fon-ale- I. ' S,i "' POWDER Absolutely Pure? H ghest ol Latest United atate in leavening strength Food Keport. '',Governuient ' ROYAL TIAKING POWDERCO., loSWall street, New rk. A Cream of Titter flaking Powder. The spring that bubbled 'ncatli the hid, Close by the spreadlng.beach, Is very low 'twas once" so nigh That wo could nl most reach; And kneeling down to got a drink, Doar Tom, I started so, To see how sadly t had changed Since twenty years ago. One bud from tbe'treeol our affection Is shaken Ono heart from among1 us no longer shall thrill With the spirit of gladness, or darken with III. As a cloud of the sunset, alow melting In heaven, As a star that Is lent when daylight Is given, As a glad dream ot slumber, which awakens in bliss, She hath pane. I ta the world of the holy from this. pa-d- FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. T1IK 9UEI.TON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have In connection with Hotel one of the beM saloons lu the Stale, (.pen day and night; a night mau meets all trains In connection with House have alto one ef the lrat Mineral Wells la th SuK and for reference to water, call on Mr and Mrs O. V. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Erin, Tenn.. A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. D. E. Proctor, C. II. Hraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. K. Ik Johnson, New Haven, lint Cox. Greensburi;. Rales per day J. M. I'etrcv. clerk. Oive me a call ia W CARRIER, Prep. Voiy In-m- No. 4s ltroadway, Lexington, Ky, SON, FOB. HBITT. A Good, GomfortableSRcsidonco, Capital StockSurplus - ..$200,000 20,000 ! ' Near by the spring, upon the elm, You know I cut your name "Your sweetheart's just beneath H, Tom, And you did mine the same. Some heartless wretch has peeled the bark, 'Twas dying sure but slow, Justas the one whose uame we cut Died twenty years ago. My eyelids had been dry, Tom, Dut tears came to my eyes; I t ought of her I loved so well, Those early broken tics I visited the old churchyard. And took tome (lowers to strew Upon the grates of those we laed Some twecty years ago. that bloom From l.crlatt K. 5 u. LOCAL TIME CARD. Traliv i.ave Uowiaud at 7:00 a. m., returning ' "l.&h. local time card. " .....North....- - .................. -l -opm 1 tomb The charm of her virtues, as heat en's own breath. Shall rise like ah incense fnm datkness and death. C W T. ' Hlghtand.Ky., Nov.aS.Vj. MIDDLEBURQ. On Danville street. Goedgardeq, cow pasture, yard, water, Ac Apply to IW HUGH REID, lonely dwelling the duM ef her or MRS. ETTlE!l.A!.r'ORI. 7 but, ohl sweet. - the flowerets B;. 1 Sot Orchard, Lawn, Garden. Immense stock of l'nilt and Ornamental Trees, smsll Krulu, Shrubs, Vines and Plant. Prices low. w e have no agents and our profits cease where theirs begin. General aud Strawberry Catalogue on application to 7 Mail trMn going , Express train , Local -- 3 ii North........ -- 7SS ................... Freight North -.-..-4 5P South..- -. r The latter trains alo carry passengers. Solar The above it calculated on standard time. ime is about 0 minutes faster. South.... South... -........ "m s? J,Pm jt f Some are in the churchyard laid, Some sleep bftneath tho sea " Trains pass Junction City as follows: Unt faw are left of our old class C Special 11.5s am.; Fast " Excepting you and me ; .Mail ia:ss P m. New Orleans Limited 3:3a p.m., And when our time shall come, Tern, ' Special 8.4OU in. ni.. & C. Special And we arc called to go, 3.10 Iffass Special 6:00 a. m.. ; I hope they'll lay as whtre we played . z. pj m.j.FmtMail.isSaP-'"Just twenty years ago. (From the selections of the editor's dear, dead wife, and printed in loving memory of her.) f 1'orty Acres of Land, 4 mile South of Stanford, IN MEMORIAM. Tislf eh'ared. balance ill timber, good orchard, two jeverUilmg springs, and Entered into eternal rest, at S:20 r. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. South-bound-- Q Blue-Gra- ss Dr. Dyo has moved into !he Cofley broperty. Fat bogs are selling at 5c hero and are most devilish hard to get at that- Rev. F. G rider prenched at the Methodist church on Thanksgiving. Tho Dilactic Society will give an entertainment at Janie Wash Institute on II. IMMLLENMKVKR. I.cxingtiwi, Ky this Institution arc secured by a fund rf $400,000. Five iwom statements of the condition of the bank are made each year to the Uulted States government and lis assets are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing addititona nd perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as th Deposit Hank of Stanford In iSjl, then tied as the National Hank ol Stanford in itoj and as the First National Hank ol again Sunlord in iSj, has had practically an uninterrupted cxlttenco of ss years. It ts better supplied now with lacilitles for transactina; business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and nonorauie career. Accounts 01 corporations, firms and Individuals respectfully sollc-le- d. nau-clari- Attention of the public is invited to the 'fee that this Is the only National Dank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the cspiUl stock, but bv the stockholders liability lor an amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of XCJS u in 1NDBE3CR, pr I will deliver Ice every morning to families in Stanford and vicinity at 50 cents loo pounds: iw i-- i i'ouwh at ine rate 01 00 cents, ana co pounds at the rate of 75 cent. under I call special attention to the John Brenner Urewtni- - C ' Ce2ebntr1 I. V !.. fWr. far which 1 am agent. Will f jrnlsh in eithc keg or bottle. write for prices. E. HREMUK, Stanford, Ky. A. O. Lankan John U. Cattleman. Harper's Magazine. ILLUSTRATED. maintain the unrivalled 1893. The Directory ol this Bank is composed ol T.J. Potter, of Stanford; I'erestus Reid, Lincoln county ; J. W.Hayden, Stanford; M. ROYAL insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAN MANAOKKS, M S.II. flaughman, Lincoln; Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln! J. S. Hocker. Stanford; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. llill.SUnrord. V. C. Welch, Stanford; 3;i Dec in). IAN FOR SALE. ,RKRTa. I l Mr rV y PA i. R I r- -- r I $ ttr If 4 hi? a . I'fi THE 60FFEY HOUSE JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now in ray charge and I intend to conduct it so as to cot only maintain its high reputation, bu. to add to Ik lonir Hit ol friends. Special accommoda tions for commercial travelers and fine roouisfor the disploy of samples. Co. jr., Nov. 28, i892, Mr. Lewis Dudderar, aged CG years And five months. W. A. TBIBBLE, Aff.at, of stanford,:ky.. Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co Tho funeral services were conducted STANFORD. KY. Miners and sluppert of the GENUINE at Gospen Church, by Elders S. Collier and J. G.Livingston, after which his rePaid up Capital of - - $200,000. HAKPER'SPERIODICALS. -- TIIK STANF JRD; mains were laid in tbecemetery near by, Ptr Year: 19.00Q. Surplus, . - - - Harper's Magattne .., Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford Jand in tho presence of the large concourse of . t4 00 Harper's Weekly Rowland. Oflice corner ot Depot street and 4 00 SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL, Co. Harper's Raxar relatives and friends, who came from far .. 4 ui HANK OK STANFORD, WATTS. HIGGINS & , Harper's Young People... z Now closing up) with the same asstuand under He contracted and near to pay this last tribute of resub t4(Hinilblfl fir an for II plants the same management, Postage Free to all subicilbcrt In the United and will have the Ice and Klectric Hants compl pect to his memory. fly provisions of Its chatter, depositors are as twlin about aUty days, the Stales Canada and .Meiic Wafer Plant soon affully protected as aie depositor In National ter. Deceased was the eldest son of "UnIn order to place individual contracts In ad Tne Volumes of the Magamie bexin with the Banks, iU shareholders being held Individual! cle Saramio" Dudderar, as he was famil ROWLAND, KY june ana uecemoer lor each year,. liable to the extent ol the amount of their stock vanre for Water and Klectrir l.lhi th. When no time is mentioned, subscriptions will be- - thyein at th par value thereol, in addition to the offers the following ' HARDWARE, iarly known, who was for many years may act as shares. amount DEALER IN CROCERIES, Necessary water pipe will U laid, connected to giu who me nuuioer current at tne time of re- executor,invested in suih trustee, It as fully as administrator, Ac, Shoes. Cigars and Tobacco. Ohio proprielor of Duddcrar's Mills. Being ol order Hound Volumes of Harper's mains at actual cost lor pip and work. ceipt ltnols and e y b"y the barrel. Will take for three years back, in neat cloth binding, sn individual. Electric lllvcr Salt for market pr.ee. To those who entrusted thir bulsisess 10 ui nished free wires put in and neccuary fixtures furwill bt sent qy mail, post paid, on receipt of j o ol charge produce ,n exchange for goods at Hrodhead To older than his brothers, they reverenced while mnsglng the Lincoln National Hank ol the old reliable for per volume. Cloth caws for Mmllng, Co cents To be of .m .to him more as a father is reverenced, and Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and satisfaction. bet quality and guaranteed to git will keep a full line of these goods in each by mall, post raid baccos and trust they will continue to transact thtir buitneas The schedule of adopted rate U from jj to 30 Remittances should be made by xtock.aud all I ask or the merchants of Stanford it was pleasant to look upon their inter I will guarantee for with me their ind fiowland is to give nouses orders and,. rices, course, wherein entered no strife. Fully The laws of health are taught In tho xhonls, but Money Order, or Draft 10 avcld chance of loses. tion us, offering as atwenty years' promfa atten- per cent, lower than is usually given espenence 'in fcS to same, our i riu., Newspaper are not to copy this advertlsraent. goods In their out the ask a andas liberal accommodations as arc conThankingthe public for liberal patronage, obedient was this Scriptnre exemplified in their not in a way to boot much practical benedt and without the express order of Harper A llrothers. bankingwith sound banking. Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. i'Our sistent are never illustrated by living examples, which in Address IIAKPCK lliiOTHEKS, coutlnuoncc 01 same, ana It some scholJ H HILTON, lives: "How pleasant it is for brothers many cases might easily beadone. was brought bet; New York. servant. Dwelling of j rooms, on faucet-- .. cold .. ar who has just contracted 5 Kach additional room to dwell together in nnity." fore the school so thar all could, hear the dry, loud J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; J Each additional faucet Z cough and know Its significance; see tho thin, J. M. Hall, Stanford; Ho was married in 18o9 to Miss Ann white coating on the tongue, and later, as the cold 1893. Hanks and Ster, privste.one Private Ofhces, ...Isucct I oa J. S. Owsley, Stanford; HUSTLE R BOWELL, llalhl, lHCet..... A. Taylor, a lady of culture and refine- dcvelojied, see the prufuse watery expcctetatlon 3 Hose attachmant lor sprinkler and thin watery discharge from the note, not one . J S.J. Embry, Sunford; ..M. . .. K.Y;, STANFORD, Stables, private, one animal ment, who, in the years they have spent of them would eer forget what the first sympa u J. K. Lynn, Sunlord; Kach additional animal.. should then be toms a cold Mere. The ILLUSTRATED. A. W. Carpenter, Mltledgevill; House, Sign, Decorative Painter together, has proved unto him a faithful given ofChamberlain's Cuu;hscholar freely, that Remedy J. F. Cash, Stanford; helpmeet. "Mutually lpving and devot- all might see that even a severe cold touldbe Harper' Weekly is acknowledged as funding Electric Light Rates, and Paper Hanger. greatly miticured first among Illustrated William Cooch, Sunlord, Ky weekly periodicals In years gated,in one or two days, or atas least as the first America. It occupies a place Letween that of the I'or commercial use: furnished. ed to each other in the thirty-thre- e soun Estimate when solicited President. S II. Shanks, famous lor its This remedy of their married life, she remembers symptoms appear.colds and croup. is It Is made es hurried daily paper and that of the less timely J. II. Owsley, Cashier. On are and three 16 c. p. Incandescent (amp per year cures oCcoughs, M W M.Urlrht. Teller prompt monthly niaganne. It Includes both literature pecially ts the these For 10 c. p each meandeiccnt light, mo. 60 J. YEAGER never to have heard from him one un- and mostforreliablediseases and known mostthe pur- and news, and presents with equal force and Telle for medicine J. M. RRUCU. it the real events of current history and the im C4 kind word. Upon hor his loss will fall pose. s and 50 cent bsttles for sale by Dr. M L. aginatlte themes of fiction. On account of its 11 u " TbRVCE & JS " " very complete senra of illostrations l the World's most heavily, their union having been jtournc, .uruggisfc nu vrpucivii, .iwhiuhi, rj rer Resilience Use: rair, u win ue not only tne best guide to th blessed with no (children, though their great Exposition, but alto Its best souvenir Fv. Bucklln's Arnica Salve. For 1st i n. ineeudioetit Umt.. ur ms . FEED ADD SALE STABLE, H interest will fulls " d " " hearts and home have welcomed and The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruises ery public event of general Its contributionsbe being "" illustrated in its pages. " t" " , salt rheum, fover sores, '" from their bauds have cared lor many an or- sores, ulcers,chilblains, cores and alltetter, chap it willthe best writers and artiits in this country " 4th" ped hands, skin erupSTANFORD, KY. continue to excel In literature, news and m For each addlltotal M phan child. tions and positively cure piles, or UO payrequir Illustrations, &U other publications of its U, "' lor further iBfrwMJtM, apply te It is July tst anil reiri. 75 cents per box. In his long illness of more than eight ed. moneyguaranteed to Price perfect satisfaction, Theatre firm wenti-fferefunded. J W. HAYDEN,Supt,&p or patronage of the the HARPER 's PERIODICAL. spectfully asks a months duration, such patience in suf- For sale by A. R Penny, Sun lord, Ky Ter ear: public. fering, such endurance without murHarper's JIft-lnf A Million Frlendd. AND HORSES V eerily Harper's NEW RIGS 4 o muring is rarely witnessed. As he nenr-oA triend In need is a friend indeed, and not less Harper's llasar .... a " . . . .i...... .atawHIawKTwaiafKKitaw anu iiquuiik 1.... Ari..vlll that it was than one million hae found ju.lsui.hu friend in Kaiprr't Vihibji Po(4e...M the end, being conscious Havebeoti purchased Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption, Free te aM swUcrltwrs Ik tlm L'nitd turnouts will lvr the name. Postaife not far off, he would talk to his loved Coughs and Colds If you have t.cver iuod this States, Cajsada aud .Mtateo. REAL AGENT Cough Medicine, me trial will convince you companion of the time to come, when greatit ha wosdeitol curative powers in all disGive that The volumes sf the Weeklr befln with the rst ich bot Number of lastvary eases of the Throat. Chetnl Lungs, 17 Ky. death would separate them for awhile. tle Is guaranteed to do all that is claimed or soon of each year. Uri ho tin r nnnuoacu, with A. Said he on one occasion: "I would not eywili be refunded. Trial bottles free at Si . 1U number current sssbscisplsona olwill Datfa linicr. the hoc ml a number ol FARMS lrkJr n at the 11m rc4ntef verv Large boi'l" jot and ' Laaalsin Linroiu Lauey Hound VoiUHtesor Hariier's U'Mklv for three MYERS HOUSE jtwLaLJsuJa. irV fSbHC! IflFTljKtyy I take the whole world in exchange for l'en, '"igstete. ar all well yeert pack, in SMMt ckxh binding, will be sent bv imfrd and n ,ur imw, rwnsHBCin su 1,0m iota Coo A7r, Doaorving Prnlso. my hope of Heaven. While I, know mall poslM ad, er bv expire, fre of ettx-n"(.oastaerioxtbeislocsliiy, their nchu.M atx! f,, for yuan pruvracu in nwiem iioee not excero Jl per W desire M say to our titMeut, that thoro may havo been timsa in my life lihiv ef toJ, thwCwNvesiMSNce f rDik and rai we kve been selling Dr. King's New Discovers um fur ij per voissmc. rMi that bsiug ssarkeu right to our .loor, thry Cteth eaMw far msch olue, sulleMe for "bint when I have fallen short of my duty, for Co4w!iptt, Dr. King's New Life PilU. GREEN, Prop. are rhaor than the , P. W. ofany Arnica Salve and Klectru Hitters, and nsf, w;l be Mat by mail, post .aidoa racipt ..ountv .u .IM. H.F. Ik &i.. mtm V. osbr. yet I have always felt that I had an Ad- kive Mvr bamlleti remedies that sell as wail or fi ah. ty ovitr s wiles fruat t uwpu. Itemlttaneos we universal Mtislactton. hoU h mud by LWS-- t ' Tkia. ......M ,. . l.K. 1.1. that have given . the una v....,7 1. running This stable, which ts run n connection withwith vocate on that point. I have perfect Hn mt hrtfitir: la L'wtrantM them every tlwcand Mcney Order er Dralt te avoM dsaaro of low met ery direction There is notmrntiicH road ei, a pubHc Mjers House, hi been supplied Newspaper are iot Mt cojsy tba advertsVtnient purchase price If t refund the peace." A christian in the truest sense we rtarnl retly MrilkMi county seal tkt hwt, Macadam.,,,1, 4 of Harper ft Hratbem. satisfactory results do not follow their use. 1 liesc without the wrprea XVe hve she Kaexville Ilrauch el the L N u gruat popularity Address: JIARfER t ISItOTHllRS. A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, of the word, having been an earnest, remedies have en their Penny, draught ptsiely eSTuli; f, E.l lu w" C. "dth. C 'v"!R. R from Nenh t Smith; the K Now York working member of the church sinco en their merit. A. R. R R Buggies, Wagons, from this place to Cincinnati, cro.aiiig the C & o early boyhood, faith can hut teach us , The Demirats were bound to win, to marketsoi w",n'"j f'--K f access havethethre large ies and Is better than ever rummer s nuppi r,u the 1893. Iteide, we A. .....l-tK- ni that he is enjoying his reward. I would be raic a might? sh'iut, v public, with WZIXIAM MOKISfAND, Ilour Mills in thecounly that give us a market Hl'r-prepaie reur years it was far all our gram right at rteoie.- nod the devalon Dealer m (he above AUSL, KIND8. speak of his many noble acta, but his RldS OF S Ikit now it's Uefl.jsre.vut. whole life was noble. Orders for Cattle, Shoopand Hogs meat el the meuniaui ri,M e Kastern an I Mountains entinel. Personal and prompt attention given to Weddings, ILLUSTRATED. Solicited. StncC Cattle and Sheep a specialty. let South by railroad has created su. S dtmii A just aud generous neighbor, a bene1'arties and Iturials. That Persons havinj; any of the above defended' sto"k for all k.mlsof cereal, and D. Pusser. a merchant ef GibP W. GREEN, Proprietor. factor of the poor, ho.spitablo alike to nil Asonof Mr. M. so badly afflicted with rheumaHarper's llaar is a lournal for th home It for r wishing to purchase same, will do well scarcely retain nough ler lio,ecenumptisn was raltar, X. C, 1 he people are prosperous, generous ana give the fullestand latest mfoitBatioii about AL. I1URNS, Manager. to call 011 or Address me An experience ut fifteen kind, who came within tho portals of his home, tism for a year m- more as to be unable ta work or aiidiUniitni-rotiilluitratwn., Pari deelgna rears ill this business - hrm of profit to me and believing in Christtanlty and edurntiou. 1 J to school Ills lather concluded to try pattern sheet supplements are indipcnMe I think Icanmako It prsfilablu both to the buyer tsnetaiieieliuoihood in the county but has a it remains to us one of the mysteries o Halm ou the boy. It soon cured ajid te the home Pain alike dres maker and the professionand setter. P. O addrnss Stanford, Ky. 100 V God's providenco that he is taken from him aud he has sinee wallod iK mile to school al modiste No expeii.e is spared to make its arStanford ." the county seat of Lincoln, Uflksat the Myers House and back uvery school day. 50 ceut bottlo for tistic attractiveness of the highest order P ' Its it. And yet Druggist and Optkian, bright storlei, Hour lie, ih. sale by Dr. M. the wt..."' doorway from ''t00 '?h.t'anta i.".L NV.,i. ...j and ami thou.ihtl.l nniuwiu louiedi Stanford, Ky. east South and Irom the Northwest to South",,, essa satisfy all tastes ami its lat page m famous "Hope Mill lifts her radiant finger, I1AUG1I.1IAN, and standing a. it does a a budget of wit and humur In itc weekly right into the n" Pointing to the eternal heme; STANKOItD, KY , ,.... . ... For pain in the stomach, colic and cholera moreverything- is nniuumi 01 feovtheastern IT RE AND STORM Ou wb( purtalt still they linger, i nothing better than Chamlierlaiu's women Thu serialincluded which is ol interest 10 bus there Kentucky backed up by Hill for Original Jellico Coal. coun-tr- 1 Charley Vest aud Miss Mary E. Rig- ney were married Sunday at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Alex Rigney. John Daughorty, who lived on tho Hustonvillo pike, was adjudged a lunatic and sent to the Anchorage Asylum last week. It was reported that there would be two weddings in town pn Thanksgiving day, but they did not come off, though it is asserted that ere the Christmas hol iday como and go, a young widower and one of Middleburs's sweetest sweet will be joined heart aud hand. Spurgeon SympBon arrived hero Saturday to attend school atJanlo Wash Institute. Nelson Wilcher went to Lexington Thanksgiving day. A party of Lexington bird hunters spent a week here and bagged 2S2 quails. Miss Belle Lyle's school closed Monday. V. R. Coleman's closed Wednesday, with appropriate exercises at night. six-teeue- ra standard tt excellence which lias chararterlrnl It from Ihr hopmnlnr. Among the notable features of the ear will be new novels by A. Conan Doyle, Constance WiKln and William black blMirt stories W.I'. Tate, Stanlerd. will be contributed br the meat fonuUr writers ol OFFICERS: me uit, inuuuing aiary wilklna. Richard t.S. Heeker, President; Harding- Darls, Margaret Dcland, Ilrandcr M.I. thews and many others. The UluiiratMl dwrim John J. Xte Roberts, Cashlcrt live papers will embrace articles bv Julian Ralph A. A. McKinner, Assisuat Cashier. oa new Southern and Western subjecU; by Theodore Child on India; by Poultotsv IllgeJew on Russia and Germany, by Rkhard llardlug Davis on a London Season; by Col T. A. Dodge on Eastern Riders, eti. Kdwln A. Abbey's illustrations of Sbakespeare'a Comedies will be continued. Literary articles will be contributed by Charles Klli.t Norton. Mrs, James T. Kiclds.. Wll. now fully organited and ready for business with liam Dean HowclU, Ilrandcr Matthews and others Is Kenl-inoro - Harper's Majaine for S1 will continue to J. MllUr, Commerce Building, Loutovilie Agents throughout the South. Farmers Bank&Trnst Iocil Watertight and Ice r., Mag-arin- i'mt-otlic- e 1 57-y- r niKiL-loK- Harper's Weekly. 1 .. properly-treate- d tr ( YEAGER, Will MyTWbm I ? ct e cv d . them a Call. -- , t- ESTATE Stanford, i 1 V. w . ThcM-Far- .! X X.X-SrEJEi- STABLE - t EA1 1 Hii-- . , I ..- -n 1 well-know- I I , Iien-jam-- FIRST-CLAS- Harper's Bazar. - sail-o- - faih-lon- Cham-terlaia- h- 's ""Wl-lKKJl- c, w J. II. Looking back tor us to come. Oh ' it no other thought were To keep tho world from sin and pain, Who would not strive to win a Heaven, Where all e loe, we II meet again"" j;lv, be wilttwi by Cholic, Cholera and DUrrhir Remedy. For sale Walter IJosnnt and Edna ilut Lysll Christine by Dr. M. L liourne, Druggist and Optician, nunc derrick will furnish a piactiml .eritti Ter enti Stanford, Ky. tied "At the Toilet." Grace King, Oliv Thome . Miller alii Cindm e Wliti-lr. .i willbn tt. Iributors. The work ol women in thtt OnlNmluan Hxposition ill be fully represented 6v many il- lustration T. W. Ifigginson, in "Women and r INSURANCE AGEN'- Representing IS LOVIKO MKMOUV OP MAIIY "la paeaing from life to. death, the chain of existence is not broken. Ah tho And HILLIAUD and TOOL ROOMS attached. child pas36th from childhood to youth, JOSEPH COKKEY. (com youth to manhood nnd changes tljo ' -; ' statu of existence, eo vre pass from life to 1 another state of exiatenco." Thia change of existence, which "we call death, came to Mary 0. Terry Nov. .Highest cash market price paid 9, 1892, ut her Koine near Highland, Ky. ' v for We may add that she not only changed existence, but that she left the fullest evidence of entering into a bleesed and glorious state of existence. She was a &c, at member of of Mt. Moriah church and had been a zealous Rriatian worker for & CO., - t. TEUUY. Vllen Baby Tiasslek, we A Flrst-CIasSaloo- nl ?- asn lta she was a Child, When ahe becanioMLss, she clime to Citorl. Wben bhe bad Children, ehe gr vothem Castorta. gawber Costoria. aim crlel for Castorla. AlUli ' ill tllASinn audience. HARPER'S PERIODICALS. Per Year; Harper's Macainc Harper's Weekly Ilarocr's llasar! Harper's Young People t. Postase Krce to all subscribers CaDada .. . , S Ob 4 a .. J 00 1 00 w Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, ALE. ELKIN yj STANFORD, KY and Mexiu. The olumes of the lUiar begin with the first Number for When no Dr. 1). ti. Stivers and wife, of Louis- is mentionedJanuary of each jear. begin with time subscriptions will the ville, have been arrested for cruel treat Number current nt the lime of receipt of order. Hound volumes of Harper's lUxar for three ment to their servant girl, Annie Uurgo. years back, lA netit cloth binding, will be sent by mail, jHMtage paid, or by of expensu A doctor's examination showed i!l red provided the freight docsexpress, free Si pei volnot exceed back, six on her right ume) fur $7 per volume ridges on her Cloth Cases for each volume, suitable for bind Ing, will be scut by mall, post paid, mi receipt of $1 each. should be made by Remittances Money Order or Draft to avoid chance of loss. Newspapers are not tncojiy this advertisement without the express order of Harper & llrothers Address. HARPER & BROTHERS. IVwt-ofTi- Stute, in the tilted thigh and three on hor left. On her head were three deep cuts, her hair bad girl ben pulled out in spots.A. The 10 i said M., t. to that she worked from l 30 yeav wits frequently scalded with toiling wa She bore the terrible BuUeringa of a ter ami beaten witu a oig strap. ' new torn ' I OuHlt'tloVilv h.yb?en,n'elw,Jerbu?.! he last few yearsaml houses idences will compare with larger cities of ard greater pretensions. Our merchant ar.d tradeswenare Companies. I would all nrosprous and dome well. We have lw0 Alt of which are firt-clabe pleased to wait on uiy friends in this line. Pol. bants with a capiul stoc of $aco,ooo that ieies promptly issued. Will Insure against torna- prosperous aud in a good condition We have splendid schools does, wiud sturuis and lightning Ligtitun( We have a Femal. College a large brick building, with without additional charge tills in auendancc and under the ptlnclpalshin p Oflice at First National Hank, Stanf.-rd- . ol ,n itn0J'wl'J1h"d'iJkSemmary u'i.h.ng a that Is KOod school, with Prof II. F lohnsou, at It. head We haveone nf the best Public School this section of the State, with over 100 pupfil it -- DKAIKH IN- attendance, an.LwItli ether good private schools you see our schofl acilltles are excellent -:- We have elegant church bullniiigs, every denomination, with a full corpsrepresentiuit 01 of fias .claaa talent and are doinga belter inlnl.teri bu.Ine than any class of men in the city. And Country Produce, I have tried to mike this statement as far.. witnout anv exaggeratiou coloring, as those Has opened stock of goods and Is ready to serve who know will bear ue out,orand those who wish the people of Stanford and vicinity He Is offer . ...,,.. ., ,all urlccs nu locale , ing unheard ol'.'kirgaln and all who want -mw4 -- kww iicwpie wun 111 mo het goods at tho loWitst possible price should log,, would do well to call and see m. UriTTpSr" him on Logan ) t nue, near Lancaster pike chaiiog olsewher Hartiord, of Hartford, Conn., Manchester, of Manchester, Eng , Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Ins. Oo. oiwortn America, " ti ed l"l region of Stale with railroads running it to all noinls of the rompass, make it iiatiVrafiS V one of the bet located vR!J!!r sfvUrt! ""d 0,he' """rrUesof msgnitude' are now being aeitated and iieht above the town abour there could be erected Water AVorks thri-?ft.- ...c.tu g,ff whole the the ''f ,7. r.r.t,i,.!LTff" d" A-r- r..r .To-oo- vv l if w7,r C. X. FQWEX,!., General ht TtlerclmiuHse, r..r.... Vf5.A.