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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892120901 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. C3 Semi-Weeklvol. xx. WILUAMS1URQ, . y Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 9. 1892. NO. 82 DANVILLE. LONDON, WHITLEY COUNTY. LAUREL COUNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY Mr. Wm, Ward has purchased of J. Ed Dryo was summoned before tho A little colorod boy, the sou of Bob A.,Royaton his stock of goods and coal police court Tuo3day on the complaint of Brown, died last Friday. An J none, but hre comet is attending circuit court. colored women, who ohargod him Jako Bill has oponed a new but sh- - yard near tho depot. has j:one on a two Mr, Richard Kean ABOUT DEC. Bongo & Hamilton aro erecting a A COMET TO 1892, with jcotliug thorn on tho street and ernliop down towards the dopot. pleasant trip to Florida and otber points cursing thorn, fid did not appear for That will crifsh OMt high prUts and competition in the following articles Several marriage license have been building near their livery stablo to bo in tho South. trial and Is thought to havo ilown to issued since tho last of November. used as a butoher shop. Rolled Ones, Waynes' Canned Corn, . Dr. ICldd, of Fino Knott, and John Prof. Molster was delayed in getting Dick Ward, of Lancaster, has sold Vermicelli. Polk' Canned Ostn, this Ilustonville, as ho camo froin there. He McCarty, of JclHco, Tonn., aro hum Macaroni, was Until $12. riluo Bell Canned Corn, his houso hero to Add Hecso for $1,250. the fixtures for his oven, but tbey havo t WOOk. ., . J. M. MOilllOWS W5H in Ivnuxvmu N. Y. Cream Cheese, Yarmouth Cannc-- Corn, d arrived and he will bake Saturday mornThomas Cecil, of this county, ban Frank Blnnkcnohip'a little Dates, .- laat week. Flat Hock Tomatoes, for negotiating with A. boy was Hei, Polk's Tomatoes, -- Messrs. Z. Heldcr, Ed Taylor and beonpurohaso of tho liveryG.Knrsoner y with a kettle of hotbadly Bcald Sunday ing. Next Sunday night the uuion servithe stable proiwr-twator. y pried Apples, Apricots, Alox Sovler. mon of tho grip, havo given CahfornUEvaporated Fruits,''', ou 4th street, opposite the Clemens niackbertles, Dan Lovel took charge of tho jail ces will be hold at tho Methodist church of ns acall recently. Mr. T. I. Bird, Pcnchc, Pineapple, sliced, House. They will meet again In Lex again, the last of circuit court, pursuant at which time the presiding older of Michigan Hand Picked Mtddlesboro, spent Sunday with his ington, Monday, when If both parties rePioappI, grated, decision of tho court of appeals re- that church will preach. toa Navy Means, Canned Jleef, mother here. main in their present mood, tho trade instating him. Mr. W, B. Mason has commenced Round Hominr, Potted Oj?TonBue, ; Friday evening the young will probably bo closed. On last Hominy Flake, Deviled Ham, Tho democrat, had a big tlmo cele- taking depositions in his contest with ladies tavo a leap year party at the homo Prunes Core Oysters, Judge McFerran fined Uncle Bob brating, a fow fights, 000 torch lights, Mr. Broaddus for tho circuit clerkship. Fresh Oysters, , '""', (Jil Sardine, of Mihs Carrie Myers. Tliey met tho Feppeis 512 and costs Wednesday mornfire eating speeches and a regular good Mr. Mason is represented by Col. Welch Celery, Moitard Sardine, young men nt Col. O'Mara'a and then ing for defacing and Injuring Minerva of Stanford, and Mr. Broaddus by CapL generally. Irish Potatoes, ptckedj Salmon, prOt'CCUCU W .UIHP .11JVIO """ f-- j W.helnn'a property, which lies just across old time my last letter, Bnveral weeks Herndon. Letcher Owsley is acting as A Mutter, Lobsters, Since '' ie Bpent a very pleasant evening. Eggs. Cold Dutt reaches, , Clark's Hun and out of tho town limits. ago, many things have occurred worthy tho examiner V" All Kinds of Sugars, Tim now boarding hall that to being Bob said in extenuation of his oilenso Pie Teaches, Mrs. O. W. Sweeney has returned v of mention, but I haven't boen nblo to Fresh Hams, j Canned Peas, built by the Institute will bo one of tho that in the fair autumnal days just pass' 5 from Louisville. She was accompanied Fine Leaf Lard, gather nil of them up. Pigs' Feet, brick, 3 J nicest building in town. It is .''-- , f' ed ho had made arrangements with Mi Molasses, Fncst,, Cod Fish, V That bad Craig Gragg was. sent to by her mother, Mrs. Smith, who will stories high ami will accommodate about nerva to reside with her daring the win' Apple VIncjar, ," Pickles, , (V, penitentiary for ono year at the lato mako her a visit. Miss Pattie Beazley the All Kinds of CaLcs; 100 young ladies. It will not .bo com. ter, Finest Teas, ' p" IM but coming homo a few nights ago, circuit court for house breaking and is visiting in Danville. Miss Maud RobCracken, Green Java Coffee, tlmo for this session. pleted in he found that another gentleman had iu Tho. White, colored, for stealing, got n inson, who has been quite ill for several Spices, Arbuckle's Coffee, Circuit court convened last Monday utter tlisrcgird of his do facto marital ' Meal and Four, Miss Alford, who Roasted Mocha Coffee, similar sentence, but appealed. Grand days, U improving. present. morning with Judge Boyd Rice, Royal Java and Mocha M Ixed, rights Insinuated himself into Minerva's Jury returned JI2 indictments, 18 of which has been the guest of Miss Patsy Beaz-leline Stick Candles, Theroisa largo docket and tho judge allections and tukcnhis (Bob's) place at wero for concealed weapons, 150 for Maekerel In Hulk, has returned to her homo at, LexAH Kinds of X'mas Lima Iieant, wants to clear it up us mnoh as possible tbo fireside, so to speak. Bob didn't like Candies, Fruits and Nuts, grand larceny and one for ington. Col. Wm. Glass, of Lower GarPumpkins, Fancy Oranges and forJudgo Morrow. Col. Clark, com- this, so ho smashed a few window glass liquor, 4 for t Oat Meal, murder Fallon Whitley for killing Au- rard, was iu town Wednesday. Bananas. . monwealth's attorney, catno Monday1 ho had put in, jerked out a grato ho had Fine Silk Mufflers for Ladies and Genti in all designs. Ladies Sdk Chiffon Handkerchiefs. gustus Fogle, a woman, both colored. morning. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Cent's Fine bilk Handkerchiefs. Fine stock el Linens, work, t, stamped, vc. Elegant line of fant) bought and set in tho firo place and did Mr. lid Stapelton has taken coarge ' ccltuoods. A most elccant line or tine Oucensware. such as UecoratttI Lamps. 1'arlor Lamp. Hill Fetitiona are being circulated in other unseemly and indecorous acts Ac. Ilisque Water Plates;, Mr. McAlla of tho Jackson House. It is said that Corbctt's wife will sue Lamps, vae,J Match Figures, Tra Sets, bets, AcSets, Fruit Dishes,all t'ird Receivers, Flower immense,,, of thla county to means Mugs, Don lull tiy examine Kecclter, some of tho districts against tho peace, dignity, oto. Bob had Fitzgerald has gone to Altnmont as head for divorce, naming Mrs. Hattie Clark, of stock of goods just now arriving winner to to 30 per cent. Come out' and lo and ,see our Comet In alt and save the allow a yoto to be taken for thu sain of no money to nay his fine, hence to tho xc:jciiiuiiy. !uwiuu, rty. for tho Altamout Coal Co., Minneapolis, as will bo a hard fought whisky. It and Mr. R C. Wians, of Richmond, has Miss Rosa Welsh, n Cincinnati girl, as the better das of people aro A man known as It. G. Cross was ar- taken his place as drug clerk for the has sued William Stribley, of the same is very much opposed to it and think it rested here Tuesday and taken to CovW. O. city for $.'55,000 for breaking his promise of W. II. Jackson it Co. bad enough as it is and would bo much ington by L. E. Daniel, n deputy U. S. firm has moved his drugs to Man- to marry her. Pitman worse if it wan Hold in our midst. marhhal from ML Sterling, charged with and is no longer a resident of Henrietta Steele, aged 10, a disapMrs. Mattio Ford died at hor homo attempting to send mail mutter through chester, London. R. M. Pennan has secured a pointed lover, suicided nt Ft. Wayne, Kitnnluv Kvpniiii! at fl o'clock, of tho Danville olhco by means of etamps a drummer for Green Huffa- - Ind., by taking arsenic. This was her consumption. She was in hor 10th year that had once been used. Cross had position as J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. & Co., and Humphrey rnns has n third attempt at ' and had been a member of the Christian been in Danville several weeks, attempt- ker & Co. Bud job with Carter Bros. John F. Russell, a prosperous young 6U1, 1892. chnrch for nKit 16 years Her funeral ing in a feeble way to work a patent similar t tho Christian church on right. Ho claimed to bo froin Georgia, Graves has movod from his suburban farmer near Junction City, and Miss took place at Full corps cfComervatory and Normal School teachers. .Superior courses in Literature, Music and Emory Faris building Maggio Buchanan, a pretty lassio of Sunday at 2 o'clock, Kid. S. G. Sutton where ho said he had been in the insur residence into the ' ' boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. nearer his work with tho London Manuwore married yesterday at the An. Excellent preaching tho sermon, after which sbo ance business rather extensively. Ho is l,j facturing Co. Cortez Brown has moved bride's father's. wa burled in the new cemetery ucroea about GO years old and is said to havo a one of out of his summer residence into Agnes Ix'trnbright escaped from the river. Mrs. Ford was a slster-lnafamily iu tho South. Hiram Van Felt, John Chestnut's buildings and John Cincinnati convent and wedded Mikey who formerly lived tho of Dr. L. Sprowle, son, had noticed can- Mecco has como down from Cemetery Hogan, a fourth class pugilist, 15 hours in Lincoln oouuty. celled atamps on letters and papers drop Hil! to be a neighbor of Cortez. after Bhe had met him. She Is of a good r Xfnn.liiv mornlmr about 8 ped in tho oflico for somo time past and ohurnc-tu- r family at Uricksville, Ohio. o'clock a murtler of the foulest gave such Information as led to a visit FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Mibs Cleopatra Tevis, daughter of Konseo Station, was committed near hero Tuesday of Inspector S. D. Brown, sido of Jellico. Mlsa Mol- of & Mc- - Noah Tevis, of Waco, Madison county, is shall" kcepj constantlyon During the year 1892 I two miles thla E. T. Pence sold to lloldam Parkland, and tho deputy marshal as fickle as she is fair. She started to hand a full and complete ds. Bryaut, a daughter of Mr. Frank mentioned, wheu tho arrest followed. Oluro 0 feeders at it cents. stock of BryaHt, was outraged and murdered. Tho ponalty for tho offense ohargod is Pink Cottaoe. For rent; live acres run off and marry William Witt, but in his temporary absence Robert Combs, Her throat was cut from car to ear and imprisonment for not less than 12 attached. .Mrs. Molllo Wray. mashed out with a W. II. Traylor has bought about u former and moro favored lover, came her brains had been mouths or a fine of from $100 to 1500, or along and asking her to fly with him, to Sexton, the first L'OO barrels of corn at $'J delivered. stone. HhocAine both fino and imprisonment. bUj of Kensee, with her Prewitt & alio flew, leaving poor little Willie to statiou this A. F. Moberly sold to O. I). Fortwood'a clothing, and furmourn the caprlciouauess of u woman's uncle, Jovl Bryant, with whom she nishing store wo entered Tuesday night Wood a small lot of fat heifers at lived. He took the train to come to from tho rear, the thief or thiovo.s boring S. Owsley sold to Robinson, of mind. J. My stock of Owing to tho recent bereavement, Williamsburg and she walked on towa sufficient number of holes through the Garrard, a bunch of fat heifers at L'Jc. the postponed marriage ofMr.R. R. Genard Kenseo alono where she was going door panel to enable he, she or them to At Richmond, Monday,! 100 good try to Miss Louana Duddcrar was quiet dayB with some friond. to stay a few push out a block, leaving a hole through cotton mules sold at $05 to 1125. Cli- ly solemnized at the residence of the late Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers o! About o'clock her body was found in a which un ordinary-size- d man could max. culvert, as described above, still warm. crawl. Several hundred dollars' worth At San Francisco Jockey Ward was Lewis Duddorar Tuesday at 3 r. 11. by drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment;! Mr. Thomas for and A. R. PENNY. Theotlicurs weru telegraphed horso in a Rev. John Bell Gibson, only a few inti DALTon in charge. of fiuo Hhirts, shoes, overcoats, socks, ruled olTforlifo for pulling mate friends being present. Immediate B,iit nrroatml throo men. but the ..ni race. neck ties, suspenders, gloves, etc , weru It is Bald that tho service fee of Or- ly after tho ceremony they went to Mr. nvldenco all tends to show that they aro taken, the thieves evidently being judgmonde, tho Htallinn that was sold recent- Gentry's homo. Tho groom, who is deguilty parties. Tho excitement not the If es of such goods, and knowing their lo servedly held in high esteem, is to bo ly for $150,001), will bo placed at is very high hero and it is probable cation in tho store, as tho commoner congratulated on securing one who will the party is caught and identified he goods were left untouched. Sam King, 21 yearling in every way prove a helpmeet. It took Miss I Bryant W. M. Lackey sold the will never reach tho jail. a young man who clerks for, Mr. Port- had just passod where Mrs. lloso was wood, was Bret to discover tho robbery mules, advertised in thisYaperjio Jerry some timo to concent ravj his affections, IlriKPoe. nt SCO. All were mares but but, as in business and politics, he showwashing when u mutatto man came when he opened tho store Wednesday ed his good sense at last. two. along, going in the same direction, and morning about 7 o'clock. Seeing tho hole found George W. Arnold, of Virginia, and C. S Brent & Bio., of Paris, shipped Is Keceiving His pipo and tho same pipe was lit his tho SO0,O(H) pounds of turkeys East this sea Miss Cecilia Nein, of Cleveland, O., met oan in the back door he at ono the body. Mrs. Hose says she near front door and notified Shorifi' Bailey, son, the pxpressago alono amounting to byarruugomcut in the pension building, ' Identify tho man if sho can see him who uamuSvithout delay, and strange to over $..,000. Washington, Tuesday, and wero married, relato, found the back door locked, which Wm. Morelaud bought of Dr. J. B. though they had never seen each otber Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Hon. F. F. Bobbltt, who is tattendiug looks ns though the thlnvegmust not on Owsley a bunoh 6f feeders at 3c; of Jell' tin hour before. Insomewaj they beWhitUv wuirt, favors us with it full ac- -i ly have entered through the hole bored, Hill a lot ef samwH. 31 aud of Geo. Car- gan lo correspond aud that led up to the .junto! the rape and murder committed but must have gone out with their plun- ter a lot at 3e. regular romantic marriage in a building which in that county, whiehiour tho 8'imo way. This was not only never mw such a knot tied before. As Hhl bought A L. B. hod furnished, M tho closing der Incoiivouhmt, but wholly unnoary, Win. Beck and Kid. J. (J. Mont- he was past 50 and her way of life had only ef IiIm letter Is given paragraph a all they would have had In do when (Late Alexander's Hotel.) "With suc'i horrible outragim as this once inside, in order to gut out without gomery about 2O0 barrels of corn deliver- fallen into tht sear the yellow leaf iu and yet tho other words old maidenhood had long ed in crib at 2. perpetrated In Kentucky stooping, would have been to turn the The famous stallion Nelson and bin claimed her for its own, it is rather Court of Appeals grunting a new trial key, which was in the door. A hat tak. Rates S2.50 Per Day. murderer as William owner, C. II. Jiolsou, ruled off thu turf strange that eo much romance was left to such a bloody on from tho store was fotiud about dayyears ago for alleged erookoduess, in their lives, but then of all the fools Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Houswas convicted at tbia place several McUraw.who hen?: light Wednesday morning by Joo Wil- have been reinstated. the old foola aresald to be the greatest. , the last term of tho criminal court freight depot. Williams liams near the M. F Klkiu boug"ht "of Powell, who Court of Appeals Beoms to think it went out with Batterton'a freight wagTho W. R. LOGAN, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, . LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY, wo who hogs at lives on Dir river, a lot of knows more about tho case than Manager. J. J. Marshall, clerks. of that man ons, was why ho happened to be near 5o; of Tol Douglas and John Murphy a tried it. Tho conviction The smiling face of Dr. I. S.Burdett, the depot so early. Ho gave the hat to ow it of butcher stuirnt 2c. cost tho Commonwealth $5,000.1 IN of Brodhead, Is again in our midst. Jim Wilson, tho street sprinkler, who lot J. N.MENF.1TKB a. c. SINE Stanford's Palo Alto ranch embraces bo repeated. Whenever the is all to License have been issued to J. F. Mr. Portwood, who idontl-fiogrow so brought it to more than 8,000 acres of land, on which McAnually to marry Miss h. P. Edring- judges of tho Court of Appeals It. Xo arrests. that they think thoy know there are 1,200 head of horses and every ton with tho prospect that it will take Judge Saulley, appliance for horse culture that experiHUBBLE. more criminal law than place ou Thursday; also on the 4th inat., BohMttthoy ought to ence can suggest and money procure. Col. Clark or Font at the residence- of the bride's father, The wheel ran olf our Btago a few vanity Export steers sell In Cincinnati at Circuit Clerk Jasper Cochran, by tho havo tho expanding bud of their se- - mornings ago and caused the team to run .iiatn n. fair's to extra shippers 4 to Rev. Josiah Wilson, Matthew A. Sharp nipped by tho mordaclous frost of .. n tlmo to wnto moro Xtway. but no harm was done. Our good 4 00, select butchers 3- to U; hogs con- - to .Miss Mary F. Cochran. iti;u.n clevor driver, who is always in tho right tinne to ndvanco ...Wl. tops ai u.oo; Died, in this vicinity on the 4th this time." place and in the right humor, soon got wether? brinK 1J to 5 and fat owes 4 to Inst., of consumption, .Mrs. Malinda .14 Oflicc We dislike to dim our patrons, but all under Ijis control again, Boll, neo Barger, wife of Mr. Frank Gill Cowan sold to Fox for John D. James Kubauks is lixiug to move to a man won't pay a just and over when Bell. Her remains wero brought through Madison county about Jan. 1. Ho do- - Harris '25 cattle, averaging 1.10SJ lbs., at due debt without it, wo surrender our pounds at 3. John M. this place ou Monday uml taken to tho fl 1,100 conscientious scruples. The fact is there alres to rem ins farm tioio tor ttio com 3i and 7 cattle Christian church, where funeral services delinquents on our list ing senson. Wo regret to give him and Held weighed to Ktnbry for same aro toe many were held, and then moved to tho old family up, and wish him of ,2i2 ponuds at 4 and ono and thoy must pay up or tholr paper his excellent Barger burial ground, 2J miles above S. Dunbar is in Russell county, at 3c. will bo shut off. Wo are not running success. country are great here, for interment. many friends and relatives. Tho people of this Having bought out the remnant of the stock of John B. Fosrer, the concern for fundus (excruciatingly among his On last Saturday W. T. Wilkinson It takes over Mrs. H. llubblo is up again, after a long consumers of poultry and oggs. In I89l was arraigned before Ks quire King, as I am now disposing of it at less than cost in the basement of Sev'er--i funny as It may seem. tho poultry products of tho United States pay tho ex- illness. v $100 a week, hard cash, to au examining court, on a charge of mur- ances store, preparatory to J. O. KubankB sold his half interest exceeded 200,000,000 in value, whllo lu office and if "you know penses of this der, for the killing of Willis McCoy, colPoulplace for $0,3 10 to his broth- 000,000 doton eggs were Imported. you owo us, as you do if your label does in the homo ored, on tho night of the 2Sth ult. A. send up er, M. B. Kubanks, also his half interest try farming offers great opportunities. not rea.iODec'02, come up or bought last week in B. Williams was appointed special atK. B. Dooley liqui- in the stock on the farm. J. F, Kignoy like an honest man and help us torney to proaecuto, who was assisted by has boon iu tho knobs buying hogs. G. Voodford county 80 feeding steers, of date. Attorney Tarter, of Holla, pol. Silas In the new storeroom of Mr. Withers, now Hearing completion. I' In ar- P. Bright has sold his largo work mules 1,100 pounds weight, at 3Jc. W. B. Kidd Thla Is Intended for everybody to Adams, J. Boyle Stone and A. B. Clark am agent for and have on hand the- - Oliver Chilled Plows, Studebaker bought 10 cattle, weight 1,700 pounds, for $250. Jid White bought somo label and Mr. Wilkinson. After hearrears. Cast your eye on your hogs at 5. Corn iu abundanco ba delivoretTDec. 15, at 4jc. Wm. Wado defended evidence and the pleadings Wagons and the Dicks Famous Feed Cutter. ing all tho matter at once. We want coining in nt $2. attend to the shoata, of the counsel, tho court adjudged the eold to Wm. Green 30 woman It will be to your interest to give me a call. the money you owo us liko tho and wo Feb. fl, at 5c Winchester net justifiable and the case was disWhisky has jumped up from $1.15 to be taken Texas, did who kept hotel in missed. to $1.20. Democrat. must havo It. Col. F. F. Bobbin, of Crab OrcliBrd, Biela's Comet Has Come APPEAR ist, three-year-ol- a - " , 'f ' - y, . prop-'osltl- ou book-keep- er work-hous- e. STEPHENS & KNOX. it Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September a self-murde- r. Ml V? w 11 post-master- 's PENNY, DRUGGIST SAND JEWELER A. R. Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. WATCHES, --1 4 -! ii H t ToiletArticles Glass, Books, JEW3EI.RX . 2c C3LOCKS & $3,-00- 0. HL6.RUPLEY,- lISMltfosi&tt trtfM4tifOB FAlLLW;mTri)K $$o$gMUM Kore-itU- Xuu-tiwlie- y, THE WILLARD. e, -- Xouisvillc, Ky. 200-lb- d ted - & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of Tle and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. - .TAMFQRD LUMBER YARD, l,lS5-poun- d TO TH3B PUBIbfCI of Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, &c, '! Opening Out a Pull Stock 100-pou- 100-poun- d J. 2. VanAHSDAXiZi. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJoml December Stanford, Ky Whim Squire Riley was acting county Tuo secretary of the interior recom-judge in tho absenco of Judga Bullock, menu an increase oi tno wnisKy tax to ho ordered that tho clock on the court meet the deficiency in tho treasury. Tho Falls of Rough railroad has rais 0,1892 houso at Lexington be turned back to railroad time. Judge Bullock returned cd money on a mortgage and tho road and calling the magistrates together, he asked them whether tho time of God Almighty or that of tho grasping, grinding railroads should prevail bo far as Fayette is concerned. With ono accord they answered and said, "Let us stick to tho time tho Lord has arranged." and thereupon tho bands of the clock on tho steeple were turned forward '20 minutes. There need be no trouble about solar timo and railroad time. The former bet ter divides the day for the working man and farmer and enables him to do his work by tho light of the sun without to artificial lighting. Asa great nin ny iuoro people, stay at homo than ride on railroads tho former are much more entitled to consideration. Then if a roan goes to the depot by solar time, he'll never get left, in this State, at least. will soon bo completed between Middles-bor- o 1 i 'i f. n m Or hi' .1 I t ti r& If. vr and Oweusboro. Tho Winchester aud Beatty villo railroad was practically comploted this week. The event was colobraled in hap: do, py stylo by tho people at Beatty villo. A.1T. At Seattle, Wash., Tuesday night Charles Rogers Moulton shot and killed Mrs. Mary S. Storey because she refused Gov. McCkeary ruado n epeech before to marry him. Ho then committed suithe Monetary Conference at Brussels, cide. Belgium, Tuesday, in which ho stated A severe blizzard is prevailing in favored by America. tho propositions Kansas and Nebraska. Railroad traffic Ho opposed tho plans of the Rothschilds is impeded by heavy drifts and in OmaV W0S-iI? we and pronounced tho existing flnaucinl $o ha and Atchison the street car linos are situation as full of perils and asserted snowed up. that some remedy was absolutely neces Jacob Gerber, a Russian Jew, of sary. Closing the governor said: "I beOmaha, Neb., who was arrested aud senlieve the best aim of the conference to tenced to Siberia for 15 yoars by the be tho general remonetization of silver Russian government, has escaped and is and the unrestricted coinage of gold and g back in Omaha. power, silver into monoy of It behooves tho democrats in Congress But few women value their sweet with a permanent international ratio of too 15 or 10 to 1, and I prefer the latter. to do everything in decency and in or- hearts so highly as tho ono in New York This, in ray opinion, is a system that der, but they will bo recreant to tho who has sued the Central railroad for unity and stability to the trust imposed in them if they do not at $40,000 for killing hers. She deserves to -- would give value of money, and would furnish the the very earliest date possiblo reform tho get every cent. At Chicago Judgo Walter (J. Gresh-abest remedy for the existing evils, from tariff laws to a revenue basis, purgo and delivered an opinion which tho railcivilized nations are suffer-.ng- ." purify the pension list and knock ont which all choice, Omrr.nn.h in j? IX Tho governor's position Beems eyery semblance of a force bill that has road lawyers regard as a virtual declarabeen or may be devised. a. ":Ji to Wo ,.o, dmvp n tion of tho unconstitutionality of the inthe only (enable ono and his speech has been greatly complimented both on this -- . The Whitloy Advocate asks, "Will we terstate commerce act. vw wVl, (mww uu toiiuufnuuv. On reading a letter from her little and the qther side of the oeean. have whisky or not ?" The invitation may not be extended to in, but if it is, eon, in which were these words: "Pray No matter how poor a judge has provwe to submit that wo never for yonrself first, dear mother, and then ed himself, as a man or as a jurist, the take anything heavier than chain pray for me," a woman in a Louisvillo Billy business of a bar meeting is held brothel took morphine and died. pague. about the time his term closes and euloPaul Kabash. a Polandcr, was scaldto gistic resolutions are adopted. We hap. The Winchester Democrat has donned ed to death in a vat at a Wabah, Ind., pen to know how insincere these per- a now dress and is as pretty as the low- hat factory in September. When the formances are, but jt works all the same, ers that bloom in the spring. newB reached his agod mother in Poland except in the case of Judge Ira Julian, a few days ago she dropped dead. THE LEGISLATURE. whoso retiracy from the bench was to bo Meredith Stanley, a bridge jumper, celebrated in this chestnutty way. Tho Mr. Combest, of Casey, has sent up leaped from each of the ilvo bridges that Vrankfort Capital says, "When the mat- his first bill. It proposes a heavy license span the Ohio, at Cincinnati, down into ter came to his knowledge, he put a stop against dealers in pistols and cartridges. the chilly waters below in tho remark-abl- o DISSOLUTION NOTICE. to it on the ground that a judicial officer time of one hour and 20 minutes. Tho Houso passed the bill fixing the should not accept rewards for merely do- salary of the State treasurer at !),G0O Senator Hill has introduced a bill lUvlDit Jlxolrfil partnerthip. we aru rry1c ing his duty. All honor to Judge Julian and reducing the sa'ary of his clerk to in the Senate to repeal the present silver irettt of tcullnir er eld btuinc-HnJ all CM.iom-ofor this manly stand in faYor of right, $1,200. indebted lo II. K. .V v 11. Wcarcn will hint purchase act, known as thu Sherman iheir HMUBU with W. II. Wcurn A Co., at;the propriety and justice." Thb House passed a bill which pro- law. Another bill with the same object tame place of lnne. Pleae call and fettle, II. K. & W. II. WlUKK.V. ;i was introduced in tho House by Reprel Texab is a great State whether size, hibits cattle and other live stock from "k a ft 1 It I politics or products is considered. She running at large upon tho highways of sentative! Williams. unci, The presidential electors for the has enough territory to make five States the Commonwealth. State met at Frankfort and cast thir Tho'Legislature has provided for nearly as large each as Kentucky, while Enterprise and Hale's Meat Cutters, Lard Cans, sinecure the office of assistant votes for Cleveland and Stevenson, and Uutcher Knives and Delaware and Rhode Island could be hid elected Capt. F. C. Riddle, of Bourbon give a mine inspector and somebody is to got in a couplo of counties. She can CarvinjSets. We want county, messenger to take the official democratic majority anywhere from 150,- - a big salary for doing nothing. There is much objection raised vote of the State to Washington. 000 to 250,000 and her crops tnis year JEWJEX.EH, The Bessemer Steel Works, at Pueb-lo- , among the lawyora to the way the dates will put in the pockets of her people Colo., opened in full blast Nov. 23, of the courts in this district have been $70,000,000 for cotton and $20,000,000 She Most Fastidifixed and there will be an effort to have Over 1,000 men are now at work. This Articles to Suit And always pay the highest price. Give inoro for breadatuffs, or 540 for each ous. A complete line of is more than the number employed there usaJcalLJE Tho it changed, especially as to Garrard. of tho Commonwealth. Nobody wanta to be bothered with an at any previous time. Cleveland's elecsoubriquet of Lone SlarState should be tion doesn't seem to havo scared the buschanged to the big, bright, particular August court. iness men to any great extent. ' NEWSY NOTES. star in the constellation of States. Tba dead letter office has received ' ' Tom Arnold had hardly gotten his lou can register a letter for S cents this year 557,010 domestic unmailable letters, of which 004 contained unmaila-bi- o presses and type unloaded till his new after New Year. ;' ' ' ' WE ARIM- -: .. articles; 05,440 were held for postage, caught fire and The final count divides the electoral town, Alexandria, Ind., the business portion was consumed. vote of North Dakota, Harrison having 2 419,914 were misdirected, .12,012 wero wholly without address and 2,077 were We'll wager, however, that Tommy lit and Weaver 1. Joe Walton, tho millionaire coal op- of miscellaneous character. on his feet and if there was a hop anyIt was too bad, as the ladies Bay, Complicated Watch Repairs and where in town that night he used them erator, widely known along the Ohio that Oliver Redd, after hustling around Artistic Engraving a Specialty. in the dreamy waltz. When the little Valley, is dead. A Marion county jury gave A. P. eversince tho election and obtaining Tom Tit dona his spade tail, parts his AH goods told engraved tree of charge. hair in the middle and begins his con- Richetts $9,000 against tho I & N., for several hundred signatures to his peti FOR- tion for the at Lexington, airYoiirpatronagc repectfuHy illcltcJ. quests of the fair sex, it matters little crushing his arm. Jay Gould once wrote a book, but should have his bouse to burn down, with him whether school keeps or not or whether everything else burns except afterward bonght up every copy and de- and with it the precious document. The caucus of republican Senators stroyed the edition. the house in which tho dance is held. at Washington discusse'd the two bills At Scottsville Sunday night George President Harrison's last message Griggs was stabbed to death in his stable for the admission of Arizona and New ..io run pkopi.eof. but who cares to hear a corpse talk. If by an unknown man. Mexico. There are some of them who there be such a man, he can send us a Jack Fields was hanged at Wharton, thought it would be good policy to have postal, expressing his desire, and we wil Tex. His head was jerked from his body these Territories admitted under a re promptly mail him a copy of the docu- by the fall of eight feet. publican administration. v ment, which occupies oyer a dozen pagThe purchase of nearly all tho Btreet Lehman I'hlman, a wealthy merAND VICINITY. es, and contains nothing that is new or chant of Pittsburg, killed himself be- raiiway lines in Now Orleans has been startling. We had to'read it as a matter cause of his insatiable appetite for tobac completed for a largo syndicate by the of business, but if the Lord in His gra- co. New York banking firm of J. & W. I am offerinc you a cious goodness will forgive us this time, vt Co. The price paid was The entire business portion of CumHim in all berland Gap was we think we can promise A number of Louisville men destroyed by fire a few sincerity that we will never have to read nights ago. Loss 35,000; are interested in the syndicate. insurance f another message from another republiThe wholesale firm of L. fc N. can president. at Greenville, Miss., failed, with Near San Antonio, Tex., the rain : : The awful spectacle of four men dang- makers bombarded thu sky for eight liabilities $100,000. Tho failure of this ... OF..... with which it ling by their necks from one scAflbld will hours without producing the desired ef- firm caused thtec others, was connected, to go down also. It is i be witnessed in Louisville this morning fect, the heaviest commercial crash ever ocAt Scranton, Pa., Elm Park Methoabont sunriso. Each has committed a delta. foul murder and each deserves his igno dist Episcopal church, just completed Kt curring in the The will and codicils of the late Jay ble fato. The good work should pro- a cost of $200,000, was burned to the For mm, UJio and children AI Gould provide that the estate shall bo ceed. There have been 42 murders in ground. The composing room of the Public divided equally among his 6ix children, Louisville ibis year and only one hangW. II. WKAKK.V. , ing for eve.-- 10 or more murders is not Ledger building, at Philadelphia, was after the payment of $5,000,000 to his Hats,-OapsMRS. A. W.J AM LS burned. The loss by fire and water is son, George J. Gould, for 12 years' ser reassuring to the citizens. And estimated at $250,000. vice; $25,000 in cash to each of his sisTnE Cor bin Enterprise has turned its Of the 2,570 persons shipwrecked on ters and his brother and $2,000 annually little toes to the daisieT"and sleeps the our coast last year only 20 perished. This and $500,000 in trust for his grand-socooss. sleep that knows no awaking. Editor simple fact is an eloquent eulogy of the and namesake. Our new line of Chesnut works tho old chestnut that American Sheriff W. II. Beller, of Mason coun- have buyer in the Eattern citle wljo are duiU service. 4L he has more important business that de- (hipping to roe Ms3. Susan Curd, mother of Mrs. J. ty, who was lost in the Yew Pine mounjJjnandB bib attention, but the real reason Q. Marimon, dropped dead at Harrods-bur- tains, West Va., nearly three weeks ago COME TO Vofilifc up the sponge is that the aged !)0. .Mrs. Marimon lost her and was given up for dead, was found And when the blue DlrJk come I .institution didn't pay. A republican- - husband in the same way. alive by a party of hunters on Cherry proKiliittou paptr couldn't be expected Tho corporation of the Adams Ex River. He had existed for 19 days on WILL BUILD A TEMPLE toliwiSflveutucky. press Company expires in two veers aud ono pheasant and one mouse, and was Coal Hods, "Vases, Pokers, Shovels, Kitchen Sets', ,. , In thl town anJ . company will be asked to decide nearly famished when found. Zincs, Russia The boltertv!bly reinforced by tho re- the IronJPipc, ect. Mrs. Caldwell, wife of tho late edi'knocked the nocks off" the whetner it shall be reorganized. publicans, FILL GOODS. The managers of the Word's Fair tor of the Lexington Transcript, denies regularly nomfuatedjlemocratic candi... or..... are already at work at Washington for that her husband ever made any will, dates for municipal offices Jn Louisville, the repeal of the Sunday cloaing provis- but the one she presents, and Bays the Tuesday, electing nearly overy one of FVIF.T FAD, FASH AND FAHCT. Masons are conspiring against her. She people seem ito have ion of the act passed last session. their men. The Democrats made a clean aween at says that Maj. Caldwell never had any arisen anfl protested agaiust John Whnl-ln- n Owjtooro with their ticket for mutiici-,p- a money to wjll in thu first place, as she Don't lltten to the tilet of other merchants runnln" nolitles on the same plan oJfices. The republicans had a full . loaned aH he had to him and that he liV.rnns hia theatre. ticket for the first time N years. i could not have legally willed any of it to .Dealers In. Edward Hollluger was ftu uM worlhlei Uck to his daughter if he had desired to do so. In the mad rush for tho spoils, there be'few indeed who think old man Addi- death atJeraey City, N. J., for the fourth 1C son bad any intellect left when he pen- time. Htanenk bas been respited on The Cincinnati Weekly Gazette and And and lame ned tho line, "The post of honor is tho three dilftfrtir occasions. He killed his Duily Commercial Gazette aro . papers whethertell thowant toold way.not.CallIf cooda tee me, you Imj or lire not :iwW!nu wife. take rank with the very best publi attifactory I will exchange them or refund the .AM),. that private station." During tUHoriuanee of "Ole 01i. cations of thu country, ami are prhno fa money. The Covington Commonwealth thinks sou" at the Pea'ple'gTheatre, in Evans-ville- , vorites with the reading public. They Ind., Constable Ben Monjs shot Rive the newa of tho world, and abound that as no one ever accused Jay Gould MAIN STKKET,... .Quecns'.vare, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, of having a soul, there need be no fears and killed Jake Wolf, th'aWeoper of a in choice miscullaneouB reading,' and lit Chamber Sets, Dinner Jb' for hia future - erary matter. Sets. Also agentsor the Kmpirc Wheat IIUSTONVIXXE, vst- W. P. WALTON. m Dn Vnn Mood a jl Certainly you oni PiaxltO uu ivuu u jium uiuun . 1ft when you can when yon can buy a Full SIX PAGES. EVERY EEID Miwi Jackets in Blacks and Ian at Only JS h have left hujP? ui at the above price. Just think of this.' closed lot and what few An All Wool Black Jersey Jacket $2. fion't put it off till late. debt-payin- m You Say You Want aNew Overcoat; nn Jl Alright; take your from $2. 75 for Men's Sn mora than other mercliantshiLii 'thinCfnv.nniYi thing in one worm from Sz wiSllrJr 'jiiuory w will-hav- e BLANKETS, COMPORTS, UNDERWEAR and SHOES Marked down : prices that will astonish you. I 1 THE LOUISVILLE ri : STORE. FOR SALE OR1 EXCHANGE .. r Heating Stoves, Stove Pipe, Zinc, Coal Vases, nocis, bnovels Tongs and Pokers. J nn-oth- er BANKS THE COUNTRY PRODUCE MoKLrNTTE Watches, Clocks BROS?" Jewelry i And SILVERWARE. -- THE SOLE AGENTS post-oflic- e THOMPSON'S FITTING HUST0NVILLE GLOVE OR s m Sol-igm- $10,-000,00- 0. $10,-00- 0. Wil-czins- A Great Bankrupt Stock, SIX DIFFERENT STYLES. BOOTS AND SHOES Yazoo-Mississip- ravEii&ANCJJGi & mm y Clothing n life-savin- g d Finn IT CALL AND SEE -- g, tlu-owin- g I HAVE STAY . KKATING TOVEIS9 W H. WEAKEN & CO. -- mm leir-flli- ow My Goods Are XTew, FARRISH& HARDIN -- BUT F.DBCAKM -- HABDWABE Drill. liiiaiiic JOS. SOX.OMOBT, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, 4 . road-hous- e. 1 KY t - 7 K9 -- , -- - ,, - .!'. '!' j y V -- M Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal if, 1892 GIFTS L1DE AT HOME. THEY ARE THRICE WELCOME AND APPROPRIATE FOR CHRISTMAS. Token of Ktem Adapted to All Ages nd fur rrlriula of (vi-rDcRrcn How to fnko 11 Sciiro f Uaerul nnil Attnicllvn Article. ICopyrlpht, lC, by American Ircw Aaroolo-Hor, mt ' 1$ Stanford, Ky Dokkmiier w. o. , wawon bub. Manager REAL CHRISTMAS Two Unusually Good Offers. GlTS. Hnt-T- hf 1 n. 'pgJ great Holiday Number (enlar-eifT- o of Out brightest or quarterly publlsa- FROM TOWN TOPICS," ""'"TALES Oat December lit, all newi ml boot staneVand railway trains, prico 50 cents, win d sent Tp all who end Si fur three month tiou to trial suWtlp- - The Urgest, raclrst, ttrongwt. mot varied and entertaining weekly Journal in the wor Id. ' Second To alt who will send $$ will be tent Town Topics and "Tales from Town TopUs" from dale until January t, it04. cove ring 5 No, of the Inimitable quarterly (regular price fi, jo) and 14 months of the greatest oCfarnlly weeklies, regular price $4 prr year. X inrlake one or the oilier offer at once, and remit in postal notes, orders or New York Exchange TOWN TOl'ICS. to i West ejd Street, New York M TOW2S TOPICS. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO w i . Something Outre. noto paper lo tho back of tho banner here are three of tho State. ThG woman who hastened into the There are also excellent best Barber in theIn conRath Rooms run with daisy ribbon tied in tho end rings CHIes. And all other Katlcrn pantry and returned with a salcratu.) nection. Agent ior Lexington S tea 91 Laundry. on tho rod. On the&o guests will inscribe Short! Line bctwfet. Loittirlllc. Lexington and A simple and pretty rattle for tho littlo biscuit for tho peripatetic stranger at their names, dates of visits and any UatUrn Point. pretty sentiment they may wish to ex- "stranger that is within our gates" is her gate wore a gingham gown which 1893. sho had obviously built with her own IN EFFECT NOV. 1, mauo 01 a press. hands. embroidery hoop, It was cut on the bias and did not wrapped in rib' EAST ROUND, l.vf, LeslogUm hang straight. ILLUSTRATED. bon, crossed eons -- .. 7.11pm AtlinlttEapreiiNo.fi, daily.... "My man," eho remarked in compre Midland AeiemmrfJitUin, No. 4k ex. Sun.11.40nm to meet in tho Harper's 1801 will 6 topm dally hensive tones, "I will givo yon this bis- maintain the Magazine forstandard cf continue to iiruule4 Kaftrcis, N center, whero a unrftalled excellence Ml. Sterling A town., No. I, ex. Suu.... S.sjpm cuit on one condition." bow is tied. Faswhich has characterized It from the beginning. "Name it, mndam." rj WESTBOUND Arr. Lcaiogtmi: ten s 1 v o r 0 d Among the notable features of the year will be Tho tramp, for such ho undoubtedly t.emiglon Actom.. N rj,tc Sun jr jan sleigh bells on tho uew novels by A. Conan Doyle, Contnnce LottUvltle Rxprsts No. i, daftr l.4ptn was, leaned gracefully upon ono foot. Woolson and William black. Short stories ... 4 ijm Lexington A(om. No. f, ex Sun. ends of tho bows will he conttlhuted hy the most popular writers ol 4. lapra "You must saw a stick of wood." eslibuled Kxprctt No; j dlty. A RATTLE, and at intprvals E Wilklns, Rlchatd A look of pain flitted across his face. the day, including Mary Dcland, Urander MatHarding Davis, Margaret on the crossed ribbons. Two yards of Slid Vestlbwled Train with Dining Cr. No irregular stitch thews and many others. The Illustrated descrip. "I cannot, madam, I cannot." lm Ifurtfcla ribbon and fifteen bells aro wanted. Tho ENirmo ..a. w, u fern jonf hi live naoers will hv Lilian Through Sleepers from I.e.iLglea without "Think woll," urged tho woman. "It on oew Southernembrace article subjects: by uinhe and Western narrow red, white and blno ribbon makes Cliaege bronze green shades, with a few white or was only fifteen minutes ago that anChild on India; by Poultoer Rigelow on C II W I ULLFR, RYAN.' a particularly pretty and gay rattle of rhyme outlined PaM.Agt ojitussia nmi Gen PtH. Agt. other man in your business sawed r. on a Londonuermany; by- Kichard Harding 13 avis IIIHIION CASK FOR niOTOailAPHS. A't Gen. Cincinnati.. yellowdaisles.or abit If tho latter, Mary Ross Banks. Season; Col. T. A. Dodge on in silk being pretty. Wathuifton, D ( stick of wood for ono of my biscuits." Kaitern Riders; etc. Kdwlu A. Abbey's ill 1. raOno nnd a half yards of two conMURRAY, Traffic Maoatr OSCAH.i.. When dny IsfadlnK In the Vy tions ol Shakespeare's Comcdie will be continTho tramp started violently. trasting shades of Ono 'Woiiinii'a Dri'H Album. ribbon, Than m 0 tnnko tho needli i, ity, ued. Literary article will be contributed by "You astoi.ish me," ho exclaimed. Charles Eliot Norton. Mrs. James T. Field, Wilyard china silk to match either A dress album is now tho popular would bo appropriate. Mako a bag of A great perplexity seemed to bo op- liam Dean HowelL, Urander Matthews add others silk twice as deep as tho cuff, turning a ribbon, wadding and sachet powder fad. I saw a most interesting ono H--V- yr NorfolkiWestern R.R. hem nt one ond and running a cabo for form this dainty case. Hem each lately, ono that had been kept for yeara pressing hiii'..' HARPER'S PERIODICALS. "Wns it a tall man?" ho inquired with overcast tho edges together for long before thoy becamo fashionable ribbons to draw. Gather tho other ond, Per Year: and after covering a round pleco of card, Eighteen inches, turning up nine inches Tho owner it a young bookkeeper, with somo anxiety after a considerable paun Harper's Magaaine .. ; fa oo was." jnd overcasting tho outer edges. Mako an artistic faculty, who is ulways exSchedule Oct ye, is Harper's Weekly. board with silk neatly overcast tho gath 4 ...a......r...f 4 00 "Wore a checked vest with a hole ou narper uaaar ....... R bag of tho silk, line with wadding, quisitely dressed on a most moderate ered edges to it. Slip tho cuff over nud Harper's Young People., tho left side?" LEAVE NORTON DAILY fasten to tho bag with herringbone porfume nnd slip into the ribbon bag. salary. Tho womau nodded. PoMage Free to all subscribers' In the United Fringo the ends four inches, knot onca. Her albuui contains scrrps of nearly p m forCraham, Bluefield, Pocafcotita and stitch. States Canada and Mexico. 30 "A long coat, very slimy?" and flvo inches abovo tho margin of tho every gown sho has Worn, ftx,in tho Intermediate station. "Yes." Li;- - tio a long looped bow, folding it dainty baby dresses to her latest tailor Tfie Volumes of the Magazine begin with tho too) am lor llluefield, Radlord, Komokc, and Lyric hbure, Rlcliweud and N'ertelk. AU (via Numbers for June and December ior each year. Lover so tho fringed ends will meet the made gown. "Had a mean, hangdog look?" Roanokt) for Washington, Hagerien, llirrii-rg- , When no time is mentioned, subscriptions will be' "Decidedly." I'hlladclpbtaaBd New York. bottom of the bag. gin with the number current at the time ol re"My grandmother taught mo when 1 Nor. Pullman Sleeping Can (rom ceipt ot order. Bound Volumes of Harper's e Tho tramp heaved a sigh of relief. Another useful aud pretty triflo for a was a little thing to string pieces of my talk via Norton and Radford, alto Radlord u for three back, In clotn "That's Bill Stokes," lio unnounced will be jent qy year post paid,neatreceipt binding, New York, via Shcnaodoah Junction, also Raj. jpnro chamber is a shoo button basket. dresses together with thread and ueedle," on mail, ol J3 00 lord to Washington; alto from Lynchburg to RichTho ono illustrated is fl inches long, 4 she said, "and I had always kept up the with a gladsome smile. "He's nlwajs per volume. Cloth caes for binding, Co cent mond. doing something outre. I feared it might each by mall, post paid.bo made by wide and 3 Jeep, lined with gray china custom till a few years ago, when the 1 ralni lor Porahouta. Powhatan and Cool Remittances should will leave Ulutfield daily alt lea in. J wan.iH Money Order or Draft to avoid cbancc of loses. idea of tacking the scraps into an album bo somebody of standing." silk aud pink rib- p m and, 7 13 p in Newspapers are not to There was that which was beatific without the express order cony this advertisment. lmn trimmins's. came into my mind, though I had nover icTti l.cave'Jlluciield 6 in a in daily fur Kenova and of Harper Urolhers. Columbus, (. Arrive Coluralius qajpm Address: HARPER & BROTHERS, Two yards of rib- heard of any one's doing so," and she about the expression of his eyes as he ; Additional train, for Welch and intermedial New York. went his way. Detroit Tribune. 1011, a spool of WKTOSSEKJ-d'f- c opened a largo scrap album to tho first station 011 KlkhornWave Rluefield il.pn daily. Train arrive at Nortou Ironi the Eait dally at black flax, small W"irrTrf rrr-page, whero aro pieces of the whitobaby c xi p m m and Xot Sultnbltt Present. 1893. pair of scissors, shoe button basket. dresses, with scraps of delicate lace and Pot fuithtr fnlormation a to chedule, rate. Ho told tho clerk in tho book store Ac .apply 10 agent of Norfolk & Weuero some buttons on ribbon, a thimble nud embroidery. W H.JIKVILL, silver plated hook complete the furnish"Of courso I cannot remember these,' that he wanted to purchaso something Cen l'a. Agt Itcanokr, Ya srECTACu; avsK. ings. Tito scissors urn Had tn tlin ond nt she said. "My recollection begins with that would be a suitable present for n ILLUSTRATED. Ono yard of ribbon; fringo the j the ribbon on which the flax is strung, th'9, which was a favorite dress when a young lady. Tho clerk brought out alTAKK THE Harper's ends; turn just nbove tho fringe and bows leing tied where thoy aro fiistenal child," pointing to a pretty pink sprigged bums, books, gold pens and pencils and first among Weekly is acknowledged as standing Illustrated weekly periodicals in baste; turn ono end up six inches, tho to opposito corners. A tiny bag of wider lawn. cardcases, but nothing seemed to suit America. It occupies 1 place between that at tho As tho last resort ho showed the young bnmed daily paper and that of the less timely otnerfour, overcasting the edges to form rilllxill (VlTltmiw tlin tlilmldn unrl Iwi l.nf . By an odd blue nnd white plaid i monthly Includes Iiockets. Run ono end through a brass tons aro secured to the fourth comer. written: "My first silk. Eighth birth- - mau an engagement calendar a beauti- and pews, magaine. Itwith equal both literature and presents forceand feliccrescent niter Having etched iu irregular ; Across the basket is laid tho hook, a bow day." Then follows an array .of school- - ful little tablet on which to record the ity the real events of current history and the imaginative themes of fiction. Q On account of its . . ' letters "Sioctncles"on ono pocket, "Eye- - tied on tho handle. girl dresses, each labeled with some engagements for each day of the weok. very complete series of illustrations i the World's Fair, "Quite tho fad now," he explained as great it will lie not only the best guide to the giBsses on tneoruer. finisii with small Q jJOUl tVIUCNtWAU-H- T t CMICACO Rl A card may bo ndded convoying this brief reminiscence or date. Expollion, but also its best souvenir. Evlluh balls or brass sequins. A pair of little rhyme: One page is given up to scraps from ho displayed the calendar. "All young ery public event of general interest will be fully spectacles nnd eyeglasses may Ihj etched ladies feel tho need of them, especially illustrated in Its pages. Its contributions her wanlrobo when she first went to Here's aomethlne jou'll find rluht handy the best writers and artists in this country, on the pockets if preferred. A poor Chrlatinaa present, 'tis true. boarding school. Under a light sum-- , during the season." it will cootinue to excel In literature, new and If thero is a big brother who goes to Hut nt least you can never more tell me "What U it?" asked the' young man. Illustration, all other publications of Its class. mer silk aro tho words, "First trained .. LINE TO I don't care a button for ) out ovenlng psrtirsor to the opera, certainly "An engagement calendar," replied : dress." In a pale blue wool sho had her HARPER'S PERIODICALS. ho will bo pleased with a perfumed jiad "First proposal. Declined." These situ-- j tho clerk. "She'll Hud it invaluable" tho drawer in which he keeps his for Per Year: "You think sho would like one?" ploand pretty gowns culminate in scrap ...'. ..And dress shirts, gloves and ties. If a very of india mull and lace, which bear th,o asked the young man with forced calm Harper'ss Magaslne Harper eekly.. ALL ness. M J. , hnndsomo ono is desired, china silk may Harper Razar. momentous date of "Graduation." POINTS .,"', bo used, though the best quality of "I'm sure tho would, if sho hasn't ono Haiper's Young People 3 The explanatory notes grow in interPostage Free to all subscribers in the United .And. cheesecloth in delicate pink or blue U est after this. There aro ball dresse-- j already," said tho clerk. States, Canada and Mixiio. "Well, I want to say to you that-shextremely pretty. Measure tho length with initials' of senders of bouquets; a HT3BC TRAVRLLNO SHAWL AND WRAP CASK. wouldn't," exclaimed tho young man The volumes of the Wee Mr begin with the first of tho drawer and get a half yard more One yard of grass linen and two largo scrap from a riding habit with initials of losing control of his temper. Number of January of eacn When notirro FineM ami bH VetttbuM Iluffet SUfpim; Cara thau it length. Two sheets of wadding "I know is ncntioned. subscriptions year. begin with (lie escort; street and house dresses witli ulll lad I'aitorCar on all train! bunches of Star braid are wunted. Cut her and you, don't, and I want to number current at the time 01 receipt of order. No change efcari, beat accommodatiofii, quick two circles of tho linen nino inches iu souie piquant suggestion of ndvonturu or understand, sir, that she has no nso for Iiounu Volumes of Harper's Weekly !w three t time and leet rale. year back, in neat cloth binding, will be sent by diameter, braid a largo initial on each, interesting occurrence. For mformaliea addre The dressos for a particular seasou any such calendar. Sho doesn't have to mall postage paid, or bv exprots, free of exponw nr three rows of braid may bo put on, JAS. I1ARKKR.O I'. A , CMcago . keep any records of her engagements. (provided the freight does not exceed $1 per e V (i CRUSH. I) 1" A , . for '7 per volume. lieginning half an inch from the outer are grouped together under a heading, This is the only time that she has ever Cloth cases for each volume, suitable for bind, "Summer (or winter) of 18." Then fol edge. A pieco a hnlf yard wide by been engaged, and any man who says W. will (j sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt of long will fit tho circles, after ' low tho scraps with more olaborato notes that sho will ever bo engaged to any ono $1 each. Snonill.i tumkrlani Hap t, Louisvilb RuraittancCs should be made by taking hems an inch wide from the ends. Bits of the trimming accompanv each , or thn"t sho has to put it down on a Money Order or Dratt to avoid chame ill loss. Mlga' mJmmmmmm g Braid to match tho circles, adding a gown, with briof description of the style tablet to remember it, has got to fight Newspapers are not to copy this advertisement A PllRFUilBIl PAD. without tho express order of Harper small pocket to one side. Handles of 111 wiuvtt it is fashioned and name of mo. That's all there is to that." n Double Daily Sehediilt, Address: HARPER & UROTHJJRS, laid on tho cloth, turning iu tho sel- doubled linen may be ndded, or leather modiste. In Effect Jnly 17, iSa. Ho had left tho utoro beforo tfio clerk New York. vages and doubling tho unpadded, sido handles can bo bought nt trifling ex- A violet strown lawn has the simple over brings the edges together after lens-eline: "Juno 15, 18. II. L. accepted." had sufficiently recovered from his surClose with buttons and button jfiy JfVly prise to explain. Detroit Free Press. 1893. D'ly riflr treating tho ends the saiuu wny, some holes. Herringbone stitch may be sub Under n soft golden brown wool is writi. r. m. A.M. A M favorito perf timed powder having been stituted for braid. ten, "Dearest of dresses, becauso'H S! . Knoivflle.. 5 45 ;;;. ......(Y A Grout Itilsli. 5 44 S 6 sprinkled between the wadding. A A more useful gift is hard to find, tho lowd it." ....K..V 0. JuniikM... s "How's baaiuess?" asked Cawker of S3 Then comes a page of mourning garILLUSTRATED. $ 805 pieco of daisy ribbon will bo wanted to "holding" capacity proving a charm ou .5 701 ... .Ilevetly........... the druggist. "Excollent! Wo ai;e comMaUtncyvitlv. S3 'M 7,l 51 741 tio tho pad, and threo yards of a family outing when numerous light ments worn for tho man whoso wife she pounding 11 great many dyspepsia pre1 Harper' Ilanrl a journal for tin home. It .. .4J 76 .. .Corrytnn . was to have leen, and for tho father ribbon tho sumo shade for bows on the wraps nro wauled. ..., .Lultrell the fullest and latest infoimatlon about fash7 13 4 4 1 II 7 35 scriptions." "How do you nccount for gives and itt .. .Pow.ler Spring ions, jiockets. Those aro tunied over on each 7 aa l 7 47 Tho list of gifts that a young man may whoso dearest pleasure had been the so many cases of dyspepsia?" "Tlioro and pattern numerous illustrations, Pans designs .Wathburii .......... .. heet supplements are indispensable 4lj! 7 n end, ono ten tho other seven lo ... 7S9 inches, for offer to his young lady friend is so lira-- . gratification of her every wUh. .. Williams Spring. alike to the home dress maker and the profession3891 7 la I 8 li 6 $5 gloves and ties. Palo bluo with pink is ... Oakian Tho dresses becamo less costly after nro two reasons for it. Agreatmauy al modiste. No expense is spared to make It ar 8 iv 351 loss ited that a hint in that direction may not f ....Clinch RUer tistic 2I the highest 10 il 34 particularly pretty. this, for she had been thrown upon her brides havo gono to housekeeping lately, bright attractiveness of comedies aud order. Its come amiss, (jf course books .. Ijbuc MeuHtum.. stories, amusing 44 3 thoughtful I" 37 A gold colored silk ono with whito are always permissible, but all girls are ow" resorces, like many a petted child and n new cooking school has opened essays satisfy all taste and Its last page is fainous.-a.Taacwel! 4 10 just around the comer." Brooklyn Life. a budget of wit and humor In its weekly - 607 ribbons delighted a brido of my ac.Powell River U 17 909 not "bookish," while flowers retain their of luxury, nud by a plain blue flaunel a4S 5 5" everything is included which is ol lutereitto Arthur 11 ) 9,i quaintance. a 41 5 5" women. Tho serial for 1893 will be written by Hour SwCIH... ..:... i 9 11 beauty and sweetness so short a time is written, "First dress I bought with A Mumper. Walter liesant and Edna LyaR. Christine Ter 33 541 Aithur,..,.j,. u4S 936 after being removed from tho hothouse money I had earned myself," The gowns "Mamma," said littlo Eva, "tell me, hune I lerrick will furnish a practical serw enti5VI ' 57 9 4 ......Hamilton Snrlng... aJ 5 o a 18 tled "At the Toilet," Grace King, Olive Thorno Cumberland Cap.., woj y jo atmosphere one scarcely feels repaid for begin to lie made over now. A seal brown please, how to spell rocking chair." Miller ani Candace Wheeler willbe fixquent conS 5 Junction loii 10 oj 9J Tunnel unction........ sending a gift that will not survive the wool himtned with velvet appears on M. II. 4 "I think I had better not, dear. That tributors. The work ot- women in tho Columbian is 10 a'l ' 100 Mlddlcbcro day it commemorates. No articlo of the next winter's pago in combination is almost too big a wVrd for you now," uxposiiioti win i. lulls- represented br many l? lustrations T. W. Iligguiion, in "Women and with a harmonizing stripe, while the vel- replied NORTH no UNO. apparel can be of. mamma. Men, ' will please a cultivated ...!...... vet is used as collar, cuffs and rovers on fered, and "Huy-ler's- " Leave Cumberland uap, lt&n: ..! 00 p in "Well, then, mamma, if that is too I. ' Corblu a lavender cassimero tea gown; but the big, tell 1110 how spell ju p in HARPER'S PERIODICALS. has ceased x rf" "5tSr VV to a littlo rocking jo a m " Llvinciloii dresses nre as tasteful and dainty as to bo a noveltj. " Winelieiirr ... 3 45 a m chair." Harper's Bazar. Per Year: when hundreds of dollars were invested " .... J & a m " l.cainirtuu A fan is tho ono Harper's Maijajne- .... 4 jo a ni " ' Pari in them. Harper's Weekly articlo of use and . ::x " . Ho AVa AH Itlglit. 7 oj a Arrivo Louivllle A cheviot dress dates from tho first " .... .... 7 ao a m Cincinnati CASK FOIL WASHCLOTH AND SOAP. adornment that Stranger I want to get sVjmo material Harper's Youag People........,,?,,......,.. trip to tho seashore; a pule green evening for a bridal veil. MIUlll IIUUIN1J. be safely ofAlmost ten or twelve littlo Postage Free to all subscribers In the United L. .V NT gown bears dato of n grand reception, Leave Cincinnati - 7 45 pro years whoauyexpert girl ofher netldle an can , and to Jo p m fered is Salesman This house is stht'whole-sale- . States, Canada and Mexico. Louisville - 10 30 p m mako this case, withwith whilo here and there are noted names: r Arrive Pari perhaps a littlo as- make the gift 1 he Volume of the begin with the ....-- it Lexington 15 p m "Wore. this when introduced to Mrs. sistance in transferring a design to be complete one of Stranger (proudly) Perhaps you don't N umber for January of each year, When no firt time ..HHM.il 10 p m " Wincneuer ." "This to uSorosis dinner." "This know, sir, that I am from Salt Lake City. is mentioned subscriptions will begin with the 4J a m " Llvingtton outlined. A strip of pillowcaso linen, those pretty ribNumber current at the time of receipt of order. when C. I. R. called." a tn 14 .,.m.m 3 30 I'orbin ' Bound volumes of Harper's Bazar for three by 0 inches, ono end rouuded, has a bon cases to bo Cloak Review. ........ s5a m Cumberland Cap years back, in neat cloth binding, will be sent by There is more than one gown by which eimplo spray of flowers on the square carried ou tho mall, postage paid, or by express, free of expense Pullman Palace Car Kuoxvillo to Cincinnat is written the initials of some unfortu(provided the freight does not exceed $1 pet voend not excoeding flvo inohes in height. nrm may accom Perfectly ExplHlnetl. without change. nate man with the terse legend, "Re$7 per volume. RIBBON FANCASK. mado with all trains North and Line with whito enameled cloth, bind pany it. Connections These Bagley Why .aren't- yon wearing an lume) forCases for each volume, suitable jected." Cloth for bindNorth-weat Grand Central depot, Cincinnati. overcoat this cold day? ing, will be sent by mall, postpaid, 011 receipt of with linen tape, and on tho flap outline arc made of ono nnd a fourth yards of "And when will yon add tho wedding CThrough ticket .on sate at City Ticket office t each. Depot Ticket office, foot West "Take me" or "I am ready," as may be ribbon wide enough to cover tho fau dress?" I Bracts On my way here it got such a ivSGay street and asked. Remittances should be made by Main street, Knoxville. preferred. A crash or linen washcloth, easily, the edges overcast to within three Money Order or Draft to avoid chance of loss. "Never," sho answered sadly, turning soaking that I had to take it off. For any information as to route, rates, etc., apNewspapers are not to copy this advertisement raining. Bagley But it isn't scalloped or fringod, with a daintily per- inches of ono end and six of the other back ten years to "The dearest of dresses, ply to without the express order of Harper & Brothers. W. A. I1LV, Acting Gen'IPs" Agt, I I soaked it myself. Brace No-loved it." fumed piece of soap, completes the use- ends. Cut in two lengths; fringo threo because II Addre. HARPER & BROTHERS, HKNRY A SMmitCity Ticket Agt JESSIE F. O'DO.NNKLL. New York.ll deep. Fold over tho upper ends ' York Sun. pretty trifle. ful nnd inches New Knowille.Tehii RAILWAY.,. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, ie 4 -- ..,.. Now tlmt Iho chill or nutmnn it tho air jimkos indoors utid lamplight m tlurtiblo vi'ningij our thought begin to go forth into tho "shadowy future," and visions of comiiiR festivals flit boforo its. ThanksgiviiiK day has a way of caring ior ana providing for iUolf, bo wo concern ourselves but littlo nlwut tho turkeys that are fattening and "the frost that's on tiro rind," ripening and mellow ing its fruit, for woll we know tho burn-yar- d will supply tho one, while tho other will gruco the feast for most of us. lint Christmas has its own peculiar claims, and each of us feels that loved ones aro not only dear to our heart, but that wo want (o domonstrato that lovo by giving fioino evidence of its existence. And what more convincing reminder than to offer the work of our hands, each stitch proclaiming the loving caro that fashioned tho gift for tho one whoso wants it is intended 'to supply? Tho following articlos can nil bo manufactured at homo with trilling while all will bo found usoful ami Attrnctivo: One of tho prettiest knitting bags I ever saw was . made of an r2 uary sleevo pro-tector, such as tho i !sT dork at tiie soda fountain usually wears aud tho butcher always v I. y affects. It may bo ornamented with u spray of flowers in crow-eli YnW done in long, es-lon- Most of my readers have doubtless peon the pretty bannwa that aro so frequently hung on tho head of tho bed in guest chambers, but if not they will find ploasnro in sending ono to somo friend recently visited, or in placing ono in their own sporo room. Since fresh flowers cannot always greot a friend, this pretty conceit may bo substituted. of n yard of sash ribbon nnd brass rodnretho materials needed, with a bottlo of liquid silver or gold, as will comparo best with tho ribbon selected, nnd a very lno camol's hair brush. Traco thnso words of wolcomoon thorib-lK)leaving suflleiont margin at tho top to turn under and fasten to tho rings on the rod. Fringe tho lower edge: Three-eight11 h form what looks very liko butterflies with their wings spread Any fl vver doMfrn may bo painted on tho cate. Violets on yellow, furgotmonots on pink, npplo blossoms or wild roses on blue being especially pretty. Run narrow ribbons in tho cases. fur-flight- . titreo inches, run a caso for tlio arm rib bon, and gather in tho middle so ns to f that man of yours who came into my store about n weok ago. Ho is ono of tho slickest salesmen I ever Baw. Why, actually, sir, nltnost beforo I know iv ho had .taken from mo ono of tho largest ordors I evor gave. Head of Finn (proudly) Wo congratulate ourselves, sir, on having a man liko Slumper. Is there anything I can tio ior yon now? Buyer Yes. I would liko to cancel that ordor. Oloak Roviow. BayerI l.rlcht Man. want to compliment you on FOE. ItEITT. A Good, Com'fortablelResidence, On Danville street. Goedgarden, cow pasture, yard, water, .Vc. Apply to DR. HUGH REID, or MRS. 7 ULTTIK-P.ALFORD. w 187. liyt. Orchard, Lawn, Garden. Immeme ttock of Fruit and Ornamental Tree, mall Fruits, Shrubs, Vines and Plants., Prices low. We have no agents and our profits ccae, where thwr begin General aud Strawberry Catalogue 011 application 10 7 n, It This is recommended for papered covered books or magazines only, tho blotting paper of which it is composed being scarcely durablo onougu to supplant board covers. Take a sheet of buff blotting paper nnd cut two pieces a triflo larger than tho book it is to cover. Bind both ends nnd ono sido with brown . ribbon that "shades 111" with tho paper, pasting it on with powdered gum tragacanth in a littlo cinnamon water. Cut two pieces of ribbon a fraction longer thnn tho covers, turning down and pasting tho ends to prevent fraying. Gum tho unbound edges and lay on ono ribbon, let.it dry, then paste tho other ribbon directly over tho first. ,A sketch in eepiaof a pretty spot described, a passage quoted or "Old Friends Aro Best Friunds" on tho cover will givo plcnsuro to tho owner of tho trcasured-volume- . dip-solv- All Depends. ft PRETTY COOK COVER. . II.F. HILLENMEYER, Lexington, Ky A' "v ll..,,,,. 1,1. ..,l W.. K. b. ... TK.i t,, ... Sleep O .uu.t.f 1, l '.- - . .1. . .Jt ,.v. II... Kl H- -- sweetly lii this quiet room, thou, whoe'er thou art, And let no mournful ycterdays Disturb thy peaceful heart. Nor let tomorrow vex thy rest 1 rill ri sA-- ' t -- ne--xj J I . r , Hf '.I. n.i . 1 rii'Mit-...- 11. !. . c .. r. iir... Qoot .. k.., i" i' ik ., I. .'.H i 1. With dreams of coming III, Thy Maker is thy ijiwi .jgli'cY it ( a 1 v 7 oil -- . .r....t f.. . IiHiT' it.i r,.. chanceleai friend; Si I. 1 Ulfilorofltirroundi thco still. Forcet thyaelf and all tbo world: s, rut out each Klarlni. luht; Tho Ktars aro watching overhead: Sleep Kwectly then. Good nlhl! Faston n number of singlo sheets of flMIBW?OTl Tho Elder Ono (recently engaged) Do you think it proper for a girl to kiss tho mnn sho is ongaged to? Tho Other Yes, if it is with his com sent. Life. tWf OHafl-I -- "W 1 T 3 AT- Jesso Thompson's Barber Shop, onli-SJs- Z T till 11 1 I ffiQ Harper's Magazine. . 1 Fenl-mo- re s, . The-odor- 11 v . 1 one-quart- er ril-bo- n; f- 1 LcuI-vlU- xajb Mag-a'.'n- Post-offi- &zgggxy' i liui to Harper's Weekly. lUi'jil ! (Q- THE WORLD'S FAIR OMltOA'K'lD, WJRSBT being-fro- J I MD WFiBT. Loul-vill- (r31)w three-quarte. I o J I j j ' ' -- rs ' Post-offic- e 0U-0- R. It. . , 1 Harper's Bazar. -- T j -- and-flower- s t W ii .1 . ! s 3- j-- , . . I Il- e .ll . 1 V." VI 1 111 B-- ar 1 S - st Post-offic- e o; . ff-- y . T ,j- - .. . T' i UA .j n n ! a t -'.- - .a .4 Bargain in Lincoln County Farm If sold before the ut of January 131 Acres; rich, productive and well locate J. Apply to w a nnw jtiium, 7 river and showed tho natives, amonff other things, how much better is a good THE AFTERNOON TEA. man nnd just than n naughty man who his life, HOW IT IS DISTINGUISHED FROM HYMEN'S ALTAR, SAYS Htt, HAS BEEN has used tobacco to excels all was onco mistaken nnd nlmost killed by Stajiford, itr.. December 0, 1892 KETTLEDRUMS AND HIGH TEAS. DESECRATED. n gorilla for his rival, and who had also Bought in mnrriugo tho hand of a chest Letter from n, Sweet Slxtcener Who Re- nut gorillaes with two rows of tceth. IlTolutlon of H I'leiisant Social Custom ol W. P. WALTON. How to Olvo n Kngland, In Auierlcu plied to nil ltuitilry Trom One IVJio So wo must not bo too critical rejiar ling yo Ieoplo's looks, especially if one's faco Tea In Town or Country A rromoter Wanted a. Wife Is She Sincere? Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal NYE IMPOSED UPON. We will pay the above rewanl for any cae of Lirtr Complaint, Dytpcptis, Sick IUdaeh, Id digeition, Constipation or Cotttrenrts we can not cure, with Wen's Veeetablo I.lrer IMli, when the tidf Mala street, in dlfie- Office directions are strictly complied with. They are vacated South I V Hulfnun, Stanford, Ky. yj by Ur. fall to give atliiac purely recetable and never tlon. Sugar coated. Large boioa containing 30 pilti, "5C IJevaxe of counterfeit! and imitation'. . The genuine manufactured only by The John C. The most Ctlcbratcd Jvyc, West Co., Chicago, HI. For sale by A R. PenNose, 't liroat and Chronic Disny. $500 REWARD. Dll W. B. PENjNY Dentist. 'eal'r lur, , 9J-y- r ease Specialist in the State. i;. NEW BUTCHER SHOP. T I jutt opened 1 first'cUsa llittiher Shop on tine Lancaster strott, where 1 v.111 keep al-a- he thst can be ebtalned, which I will cll at the market price, I have ft line, new, large refrigerator and meats will alwavt be kept fresh and nice .. I U LI AN VEST OHE BEST : : 2r:E3.A.TS ft pruno prowor in Oregon whp wantcil ft wife. ncre, Ho had ft pruno vineyard of 3 nnd was, ohl so lonely that I took pity on him and printed tho wail without money and without price, so that bojuo loving hoart, lonely nnd pining, eonring n low, plaintivo wail from Ylall n Chiropodist. ' Copyright, 1KB, by Edgar W. Kye, Some weeK-- ngo I incautiously printed p MONUMENTS Of all kinds, Made and Sot Up in All Parts of the Country. Mo Agents employed, changes with every omotiotl. Wo would bo glad, howevnr, lo pp these young hearts at onr placo altonM they seem to be drawn toward onoh other. Our latchstring is always tanging ovrtwnrd nnd wavxi.g in tha especially for the young. Lovte'a young dream is not interfered with at ottr hour. Ww also try to adjust ourselves to the mental caliber of those who are our guests. Wo talk brightly of art, cince, litoraturo, politics, religion or crime, and readily strike tho gait of thoso win aro under our roof. Wo aim to please in every way, ami though wo can bo as simple as Simple Simpson tho Socfcles wo often givo dur guests of nn evening 8iioh strong, rich mqntal foot! that they suffer all night with intellectual heart- of Hospitality. ICopyrlght. U". by American Press Associa tion.! V -- t brz. JJ.M 1X3V a .xvr-- i 3 A new and Complete treatment, sunpojltortc-- . umlmtlit in Uatiiulri. ,fiSCt-f- cj "W.. ADAMS & SON, No.j llroadway, Lexington, Ky. ft IIHflVHu .VswalbeaVaaei Junction City THE rilOTOaiVVPH. Marble&GraniteWorks' r 11 Hare Just erected a w Marble and Granite House and am fully prepircd to fill order for all kind ol Marblo and Granite work I hare in my employ Allied workmen from the fcj-- t. My freight r lit.l. mil Ill not be tin ic JOES. WRIGHT. dcrsold. 33 o-- JUNCTION CITY, KY TO ADOPT A BABY Maybo you think UiU la n new business, Bendiunr out babies on application i It has boon DO YOD WANT done before, howeer, but never have tliojo furnished been so nenrtho oriplual sampleusI tills one. Everyone will esclnltn, " Well I" that's the sweetest baby I ever sawcan ThU itlvo cuirrnvlnjr llttlo voubuta faint idea of thcexrnitsitoorlgtnal. black-and-whi- 4. t J ono only to rt modorato hoight and Bided for lack of pomo ono to love, might plmno its pinions for Oregon, whore it and tho groat big, warm, bulbous heart of tho prune growor could nostlo together under the giant coniferous treea and trailing arbutus and pruno vines of that glorious Aidenn. Many replies camo, nnd many throbs of real affection, showing that through the inflnenco of tho press fond hearts severed bv the sad alchemy of circum stances may bo soldered together. Some contained photographs uot beautiful, but earnest; not recently taken perhaps but showing tho coiflfuro of tho timo when our country was bping jerked hither west nnd crooked by a fratricidal strife, and woman's hair seomed to have entered largely into that conflict the days when "rats"' were worn inside to givo tho hair a tuassivo and rank apjtear-ancflj-ing e. marks of tears on them', as they might if they had been wept over either before or nf ter being returned by v Somo have tho which we protwso to send to you, transporHKnlnst tation ikiiiF Tim llttlo darling-rest- s a pillow, and Is In tlio act or drawing off ,ItJ off mid tiling asida with n triumphant coo. The flesh ttnU aru perfect, and the eyes follow Thcexqul-elterenroduetlons- " I'M A DA1SV." somo one. Nono of them "does justice to the writer." I quote from eleven of tho to show how wo are being imposed upon by tho photographer. All fray "the artist has been very grossly unjust to mo in tho picture ho has made." Why do women so often say that? Also why do they pilo up maledictions on the brow of tho photographer becauso tho baby looked liko a typhoid idiot at the moment tho nicturo was taken? I do not know. With all tho great big crop of things I know, and tho overproduction of last year still on hand, I do not kuow let-'te- rs that. pink sock, tho mate of which has been pulled you.no matter whero you 6tand. this greatest painting of Ida Waugh (the mod celebrated of modern lire) are to be git en to tboro painters or baby who sulwcrlbo to Hemorcst's Family Muga-lin- e cannot bo for UStW, Tho told from tho original, which coat SMB. and are tho same size 17x2: inches). The baby is life size, and absolutely lifelike. We have also In preparation, to present to our during 1SOT, other great pictures by such artists as Percy Monm.Maud Humphrey, Louis Uesfhamps, and others of world-wid- e renown. Take only two examples of whatwe did during tho past car. "A Yard or Van" by the Klea." and "A White House. wife of President Harrison, undjou JUco what our promise mean Thoso who subcrilc forDeraorect'g Himny UnimTlim for will noenrfl a L'UllCTV l 1 0- -quHlto works of nrt of great value, bepldo a Magazine that cannot be equaled by any In the world for its beautiful illustrations and subject matter, that will keep ever one pooled on all tha topics of the da, and all tho fad and different Items of interest about tho l)iii!9hold, btsddeg furnbhlnsr Interesting matter, b tU grave nnd gay. fortho whole fumll : nnd while Demorcst's Is not a fashion Ungailnc, lis fushlon pagtc are per, all the fect, nnd we give you. 1 rtt of you wish to use during tho ear, and lu nnveizo jou choose, fcend In your at once, only $2, and you will really tret over $ Sin value. Address th publisher, W. Jcnnlntrs Dttnotvsl, 15 Eart llth St.. New York. If you ate uuii(:qiialntd with the cuw. H.ij.tziius semi iu cents toru of rs On-hid- lll Possibly it is for the same reason that a man tries to peer into the dark and ill smelling barrel of u gun, and no man has ever returned to tell ns why he did that. Ho just sits tip thero on the lambrequin of a violet tinted cloud faced with shrimp pink the cloud, I mean; not tho man and with n knowing look as he puts ft new E string in his harp he says, "Find out for yourself like I done." But, seriously, why should wo look into tho barrel of a gun when wo know wo cannot seo anything? I give ono reply from Baltimore, with photograph, partly because I have mislaid tho address of the pruno grower, and hope ho may seo this and take courage. Notice that her countenance changes with every emotion, which is a good thing, especially in her case: lUf.TIMOHK. 1 fear that both tho letter from Oregon and that from Baltimoro arc merely idlo attempts to enlist mo in a causo in which thoro U no r.en, earnest ness. Somehow nt night, as I look up into thft quiet sky nnd try to count the btnrs through tho roof and endeavor to believo that all men nro good, oven architects, and I ask for strength so that I may do ever what is right, no matter how disagreeable it is, and thnt 1 may never break over tho rnlo established years ago not to do anything whatever that my mother would disapprove of, sometimes even going so far as to tole graph her befor taking n glass of wine, unless 1 am very, vory thirsty indeed I sometimes while Tlio thus (thnt is, vhu I thus lie) in tho nighttime, with my hot tomples bathed in tho cool moonlight liko tho temples of Jerusalem, it comes over me that possibly these peoplw arv conversing with mo through, their hate! Oh, can it bo that I, who, while other men aro putting thulr arms lovingly about tho taper waist of tho boloved voter, go about myself from house to house comforting tlio disfranchised wife for nnd sister and daughter, days and days I who would protect oven a poor cur from its persecutors (ho who has never had t dog instinct, or lieen tainted with tlio blood of thrfdog family in anyway, let him east tho lirst stone I) thnt I, I say, should bo thus monkeyed with by distant strangers who praposo to elevate society and scandalizo tho stag gives mo a dull neck twin which it is hard to describe. Perhaps this pruuo grower is a widower. If M) ho may bo in earnest, for it has lieen truly said that tho life of a widower is like thnt of n baby the first six months he doos nothing but weep: tho second ho begins to sit up, look around and take notice, and it is mighty hard to get him through tho second year. But let us iiass on. , I was in Now York for a week not long ngo on metrotiolitau businoss collecting some of my unearned increment and took occasion to t the chirojH-dis- t. He was n vory busy man, and has outsido the door on tho street ono of thoso large, ghastly marblo feet as a sign, and clambering over it aro rank growth of hardy Indian corns, with hero and there tho bulb of a bunion. Cloimr mv ees till I jrot past it, I went up stairs to tho ingrowing nail parlors, and was waited on by oneo: those pome, highly refined people who lead tho conversation away so that one almost forgets that ho has a hole in his Eock which he had forgotten. Tha day waa rainy, and hastily paying my bill I put on my new gray mackintosh in tho hall and went down tho street to whero 1 "was going to have a two hundred dollar battle Rctne painted while J waited. All tho way down I met people who seemed to recognize me by my well known features and it is indeed a comfort to know that ouo is known. I can see now why it is that ieoplo commit the most hideous and sickening crimes so that tliey may bo noted and recognized. At tho art works it was so too. People got through their businoss nnd still seemed reluctant about going away. vi-d- burn. But, nlasl thero aro ihreo gradeu of "tons" tho "5 o'clock ten," tho "af tornoon Ion" nnd tho "kettledrum." Originally tho Wclock too in England was tho light breaking of tho fast between tho 3 o'clock luncheon nnd tho 8 o'clock Society people drovo in tho row or paid visits iu tho early afternoon, nnd on returning felt tho nead of a bit of nourDr. F. C Wen's Nerve and Drain treatment, a Hl ishment before beginning tho sorioui a specific fir Hyttrrla, Onmrti,ramed Mcuralgia. by al ohol Headache, Nrvmu I'rottralion toilet.' n or tobacco, YakluIne, Mental Depretiton, diuuer ol Uraln, causing imanity, mnery, decay, In country houses tho protest of ten death, Drematurn QUI Age, llarretinttti, Lo cl nnd biscuits a generic- term for crack- Power tn either ttx, Imnotency, Lticoribira and ers in England similarly assembled tho all Keraale Wealncsira, involuntary I.Me, Sper of bram.be'.f materrhrra cauted by household for a half hour's cozy chat A month's treatment huie, We guarantee tltboiealo $1, tit before the oen fire, tho ladies in looso cure. lr$by mad. Raeh order fsrsu boies with $5 win aetid gowns and the men id shooting jackets writteu guarantte to refund it net curtd ixsed only by A. K Penny, Dtojrut sad In town it was tho hour when tho chute Ky 97 Mr htine was sure to bo at homo and tho le agent, Stan'vril, intimates of tho family "dropped in." Gradually its function becaino enlarged. The "5 o'clock" was dropped, and n "tea" becaino ft certain day "at Tko wnnlloet Pin In 3o World I home" frum to 5 or 4 to 0, as the hostBuffer ess approved at which ten and chocolatt. from lysppl ul nnd varied btacuitu wore sorved. rendering lUo tnhcnibte, vrlicn tlio Finally by the addition of cream and - remody is at your lund f sorbets the "kettledrum," or "ilium," rETrTnrwTW as it is usually called, was evolved. One mora form of tho same general style of entorttflnmen. is the "high tew." Tins correpouils to an ordinary village te.i tun irorui- -, party, tfaetts enough to sit around the r nableyou lo rot and digest your an U prtiTcut hearlMclin and Importfood, W table tire invited, tho table is spread, and l'ae(TJ hot braid iiiuftins or waflles broth"' Ocrdoyinentof llfoto lilch you l'rlct Ioe small. or othor warm chicken, croquette SO cent. Oflloe, 3U lark Place, J". . I with fruita nnd small dten&s caks. The hostess pours ton nnd chocolate at one end of the table. From tho cities tho "afternoon too'" has crept through the country. In town and vitiligo uliko it is valued as an y proinotor of hospitality, and its still wiuur adoption is a thing to bo urged woman takan tior To givo "ton euirmvod card and writos beueath namo thus: rfi Jin. John Hiiown,' S tiWfi din-no- r. nOPERLY spoftliug, cviriitlne ol alio m positive cure for kxtenal and pills: Internal Ullnd er Illeediag, Itching, Chronic, Recent or Htiedltsry 1'ilrt TJi.s remedy hs ncvir been known to fall $1 per box. 6 lor $5; ent by mail. Why suffer from this terrible dltetue when a iif-t- n guarantee 1 potillvely given with 6 boxes, to refund the money if not cutrd. Send .tamp for Iree MStple Uuirante uiueJ by A II IVnny, Drufgm and sole agent, Stanford, Ky, Call for samples CUKEtx """if ls over-tiertt- titf- Soft-etu- ,itj; tfaafafsH ' 3HB PSwi'' -- wHRr Trr mWmmF HLJalsiiiisV - J. S. APPLEMAfi, M. D., THK CELKnRATEH (uar-ante- cs English. Specialist. Ferine rly Protestor of Practice ef 11 a9(iil w Q Mdiln. Electrical Medical Collogo, Now Why do yon TORONTO. CANADA, n lUaainfng of the rhy-lcU- e, Southern Medical Institute, l.Ol'ISMLLK, KY. X Tins? Liver J -- a. a Pis 9 Will bo at Myora House, Stanford Tuesday, Jau. 3, and until i& Noon 4th. . Returniog every fovr weeks dutlng the year. Ur AppUmantsa grMlnatecf DeNevac HiMfit al Medl.al CuUrge, New Yitk City, aiwt tw Mk-- i. al Medical L'eUee,Torome, Camda. lie h treatetl w made ) tal study el l lie 4ne.-- a the great Ilclteve wl Ckmity llotpli! fee see. years and fegnUeaBsaferieiaeUagnslg end He deretts all and treatia? Chrsnlc Dl-- a hillme totkttreelmeater cbrasil aed nerve of Keth sesm unit hi a&itt tatwrt m ' TABLER'Spil E thtsclatsol leae .clully,asd mo M weltcsilbMslWkl Ti.u ou-s- Pormanontly Curos Acute aad Chrceic s. 11 11 At Home Tuesdnj. December eig&lu. Ton. At lu7o) o'clock. OURKSHOTHIHG BUT PILES. Hviaht's Hutate, Hisbttes, I)jrpep.ls, Csttt-patieKsnjinati.in .d Paralystv, KplUf-yiiliveiy curvd. men aarTert-- H from one. or middie lwrittny, Ervjptieai, tk --eetttss srf crreniorexi.tM, sbould call before 11 M M late-Wtee far. garsiittna cernil Superfluous hair ami all empti-a- n ef the fact n, ar I)Ibm, Uneatetof Lye, Ear, Neie, Trvt I.un-KiSney. U unary and Bladder troubles. Catarrh, Ulnciwr ta Hart jd Sfer-m'iArr- e! h5ol ge e Oct. 30. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS My Deau Jin. Nvk After reading jour let ter of, Sunday, asking for a wife for tho pruno grower, think perhaps I may bo eligible. Inclosed )ou will tlnd my photograph. I think I may with all modosty assert that It by no means does me justice, bo please make allowances for my louiplexlon, which Is strictly of pre-- aphaelito tints. Jly hair, too, cannot bo Judued. at It la Potteretquo III hue. Jly ex- . I pre&don changn with cwry emotion. Thnhxik of agony is not duo to a' Iimkun lieari or affection, merely to tho relicof barbar. BKST U QfiLlTI. 08I 13 QfiSTITT. ism with which tho photographer Incased 111) head. You may add to the I'. U. thut this elaborate costuming Is not habitual. Whuii tho photo, was made had nn Ide.t of golniroii tho Mugo to elonte society and M'tiudalUe tho tat;e. Siuco glviug up that determination hae relapsed Into elegant fimpllcit). if the I'. fi. demands a pedigree, can trace mine back lo tho relgti of Charlamause. besides Inlmrlt-In- g a pedigree, haean antique gold buckle set and tuosiher withauietU)st, a set of noons, besides a sih cr tou unlr tivon donated by a friend of tho family. Am hcarcely old enough to marry, being Jiint sixteen. I'lcaso reply nt once, with photo, of your friend. I would not risk an ugly man, for I fear my beauty Is uot qultu aufllcleut lu take. led all Worm us In tho Four Hundred. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Another stipulation: Should like the mar-ria- e to tako place at once, and must go on a SOTVD EVERYWHERE. tour. Suppose sou would not object toJiaIng CO,, ST.LOCIS. KUIURD'idl.TiTLOIlJIIU. rrprkj us spend our lionc) moon with jou and Jlrs. pat-terns H VERMIFUGE Has Remedies. Scientific American Agency for Nye. You may nlso add I that my accomplishments are many and varied, and shall nut demand reclprocacy. (Prolubly reciprocity la Intended here. Oliicn vabv't) Vith regards to )ou and JIra.Nyo (as I do not waul" to make any woman Jealous), and begging tho favor of an early reply, am sincerely yours, Anna HoulhtA Dk Lesthmu &TffldM -- Tho question now arises in my mind, Ought I to unite two people like these or be even in any way instrumental perhaps in tho union of two lives that may bo the origin of u raco which in future years will have to bo protected by the .. . game laws or Oregonf u Far bo it from mo to criticise or oven onmo slichtinslv of one who has been born plain, and who has added to it in without It. Weekly. for I known truly good ninn iii akouta beWiwitB- AddreM IUNN3,iiiiii aftCr CO, eart I1.M lx up tho Congo the who m;i)UaiiJSR,aJi.ijrcawaj,;etr iwi. OAVEAT3, DESIQN PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, etc For iBforasatlon and freo Handbook write to CHdest tiareau foraecuiinic patents tn Aroerle. ICTery pateot taken out tiy ua la brouubt before, itio pubtle by a notice etrcn-- free of charge lu the ttMmr.f f -. HtflnnM ...... .,'.', ,,.i Or ih lieu of tho lattor sentence may CERTAIN CURE DlHcascs. ho written tho words, "From 3 to 5 A SURE anil known for 10 yoars as tho BEST o'clock." This card inclosed iu an enAs Sypkdti. SreAU. Stricture, REW1EDY FOR PILES. velop may ""o snt by post or delivered x'X.TAtNUMrn. cu., HT.ieris. cured ky newer failing tenif diss. tuea, uca as I.mcotrlna, paiefvl Hiteates ( by mosscnger, aa suits onus convenience. ilntreation. Divpucement el Weesb, latsng down paies in back, telisved in rheit time. social In large communities-wherThe Dovtor carrlos all Ids pertable are upt to bo numerous and and coeae nrepat ed to examine the matt uskmc cuedleal sad vrguat caMt. , conflicting n hostess may issuo them He eudcrtakes ne mcurabU diaset koteaee cards n fortnight in advance of tho dato h)S)drtls given up lodie. Three or four days, or n week nt mo-tCONSULTATION FREE is ample notice for smaller places. On tho deulgnated day the parlor tloor Address Awl CenetlentMl of the houte is put iu order, nnd bowls J S APPLHMAN.M D, IxMiUvlHe, Ky, nnd vases of rlowura are placed about. In (a t zi ximA ki Vj nn inner room adjoining, or near that Iff. Ati, into which tho guests first enter, n small Sftffif iiA i table is spread with n dainty teaoloth This nstlce farcwamt huatets, a. i......... and iHtirjitis. and tet out with tho tea nud chocolate othtrs ustlotieipait on our lands without per tea servminion, a all suh will te ptotceutsd lo the fall- service, or, il preferred, simply it Slirned : eit eitrolef the la ice, which should include n kottlo swung Xl.SPOONAMOORE I. K. IlltUCi; over a bpirit lamp. SS THOMAS C. HALL. Pretty ples or small trays spread STEELE 11AI1.KY. with a fringed napkin' and piled with A.M. KEI.AND. II. V. (JAINES. wafers, crackers or any of the crisp. JAMES GIVEN S. tootliEOino toa cukes aro added just beI. S. PHILLIPS. ' begins, At this table an ANTON RENACKER, fore the "tea CLARK RKYNOLUS. intimate friend is asked to sit and M. I.ACKOW1TZ. T. I). NEWI.ANI) tea. W. W. MAVs.ii In a village whero tho etiests cannot O. C I.VON. AND VRED HAUHANN bo very numerous a siuglo tea service 11. I.. Willi h will suffice. Al largo "teas" hote-e- s MRS M A MARTIN place extra sugar Iwwls and orean pitchers on small tables through the Upright and Horizontal. rooms. A maid is then needed to hand tho cups of ten around. Usually the beverage is served in tho English fash- Stationary, LSemi Portable and ion, with cream,' Often, however, RusPortable." All sizes up to 26- sian tea, clear, with a slice of lemon iu horso power each cup, is offered. In eithor case ,yr Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, lump sugar is indispensable. with her daughters, if she Tho hostess, Strength and Durability. have any, or nuy friends who may bo assisting, stands just insido tho parlor Write fur Kreo Illustrated Pamplets and your wants tu door to lecoUo her friends. Tho guests & CO., bonneted, but in cold JAMES are gloved and weather n room should 1m) ready where SEW YORK CITY SPRINOFIELI), heavy wraps may bo laid aside. All Twenty milesthe Shorten to visitors dro7 their cards in a tray of provided for tho purpose in tho baskf t hall. It is not necessary to send regrets Chkrfjto, if you aro not able to accept "tea" inMichigan Pcinti. St. I.ouii, Uunale, t,leveuna. Uetioit, vitation. A call afterward is, however, IndianapolU and the Wtit, expected. Ne England, Canada, friend If you hnvo among your list who plays well or recites or sings, it is Ilatlimote, PliiUdclnhls, Watblngton. a pleasant diversion to lwg her contribuOmckeit tune to Harrodtburg, trAnklort, Ky. At formal tion to yoi..- "afternoon." Shorten and Richmond, VIRGINIA U&sCsWslsssKsBsBaaB gCBJi5 Jl jK ' 'V Quickest line to city niYairs h .If an hour's stay is all that eooioty women, with lierhnps the lieres fcity lo show at half a dozen in an afternoon, can give. It is, however, a comSOI.IH Vl.STIIII I EH TRAINS thie' with out change via Chaltanoa, llirmititfham, Meridpliment to tme's hostess to sjiend near!) ian, makinir direct lonnectionscn route for Knoi. tho time designated on tho cards. ville, Adievlllc, Lynchburg and points in the "Color" teas pink, yellow, heliotrope COCNTIVn TT1K STARS. managed I tried to look uncoti'x. iotis, and yet 1 and othor tints aro easily IF YOU ARE GOiNO I told tin man with tho inti.iduction of color effects in was a litllo ill at ease. At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming or to please hurry up and paint my two the decoration, ton, Cbarlettou, AuguU, Macon, Savannahi jIakqaiiet II. Ww.en. Uruntwick, Lake City.ThonutvilIeaiid FI.OUI as I had to TUB hundred dollar picture, DA points. catch a train. Ho did tho best ho could, The only line tunning tohd ettibuled traint with Pullman lioiidoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to St. bo thinking of something AVuiuati'a I'cIilo Faculties. but seemed to Auuitine without change lor any clats of pat else all the time. sengers or bgage. The world's psychlo congress, the seen, no doubt-- , a snd faced only ono of tlio many at Chicago next Yon have Selma and .Montgomery, Hunttville, Decatur Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS paints. man walking blowly up and down Broad-wa- summer to placo women 011 ila advisory Shorteit and quickest lo Annitton, Selms, Mofitlbely laboring under the impres- council, is to hava also a special wombile. Pitect connections made at NKW OR LEANS without omnibus traoilrr for Galrettoa sion that ho was thinking. He wears an's committee of urrungHuents. Jits Louisville a. Nashville R. n. Houston, Austin, shine, a light rubber overcoat, on Mnry Bundy, of Chicago, is chairman of rain or TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. the kick of which is the sign of a well this woman's committee. Women will Is the hue far you, at its known chiropodist mid tho figure of a bouble to assist greatly nt tho world's The cnlr through line ta Jackson and Vicktburg, Miss, , Shrevcport, La., making direct connections knobby foot, with gladioluses growing psychic cutif res. Their psychlo faculwithout omnibus transfer for 1) silts. Fort Worth, Mske dote connections at 011 it. Austin, San Antonia, El Pato and points iu ties aro usually more highly developed had worn Well, that was tho coat I than thoso of men, and they take more LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. down town whilo tho man was gone Interest in the subject. For all points For through rates, correct county maps and lu away to Delmonico'a for his lunch. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CIIECKKD rilROUG 11 Information call on Agent al Junction City, Ky or addtcst J. S. LEITH, If vou are a woman and hnvo money For any information sanulre cf . Trar Past.Agt , Jnnetlon Cily.Ky JOES ItlCU. Agent, to give away, give it to something that D G. EDWARDS. . D. MILLER, Stanford, Ky. Or TratlU Maticr , 0, P A T. A , will help your own eei. It is woman'W. W PENN, Trav Pais AKent. Clncicnall. fc Junction City, Ky turn now. permaneallr rcatersd Blood aiul Skin Olr-t,t- c, o In.tre-acn- w . mm mA POSTED. mmK? a ;: OT1AVM dis-pen- steel;boilers, tfwf?fjM'' LF.FFEI. 11 11 New York, Boston, NBSW LEAm OAMUDILXKfASo 3NTOHTH -- SftrEST, y J.v J' 1 .'.' 1 Double Oally Trains UjUJ 111 1 !WMsssr2z!TTH -- "' rT 'J - i- - T ffjS "; 7 f . Semi-Week- ly i'l if Tub "kid crowd," composed of tho A. T. XtN.VKLtEY has sold out his HvJ ICT youngest of tho society folks, will giyo a ory business at this, place to William Bros. big party at Homer Wray'p homo, on Ilutchings. Mr. Nunuelley retains bis Titostt Christnintt presents aro ready Monday evening, l5ec 20. Over 200 in- 'bus and will for tho present continue to 1892 for you at Danks, tho Jeweler'. Stanford, Ky., Dcnr.Mui$ii run it between here and Rowland. vitations wllIbo issued. Fon Rknt, -- Ifouuo of four rooms and Sovero blizzards are prevailing in Mrs. John P. Jo.vus loft her washing R.o.WAWON.BUs.ManaKer ballon Whitley avenue. 0. 0. With- hanging out in the yard Monday night Kansas and the Northwest, impeding ers. . travel nnd causing great suffering. and on Tuesday several suits of under-- TI IE- MEANS 1USINESS, Representative Carut; has intro A. A. Waukkn is opening tbo largest wear and other unmentionables, were FESTIVAL DAYS OF 1892. Enoraviso beautifully and artistically and prettiest lino of Holiday goods ever missing. No arreatB have been made duced a bill to remove one evil of the pension system. It provides that a pendone at A. IL Penny's. seen in this market. Call in nnd seo yet. Who does not welcome them ? We arc rejoiced nnd arc prepared . Buy your books nnd pubool Biinpllofl ol thorn. ol.illd of Alex; sioner who becomes a federal An 9 to make others happy. We have them now opened and are ready Penny, who boIIb all kinds from A. It. shall forfeit Wednesday's predictions of snow nnd Peyton, colored, wrs playing near the timo ho draws nhis pension during tho for an early sale aof" Christmas Goods. We have even now thti in at publisher's prices. made some salary from tho governnnd its clothes caught. Havk your watch, clooK ana lowoirv u cold wnvo woro verWM yesterday, fire yesterday ment. hearts happy with beautiful gifts for their friends. Come and sec what repaired at A. K. Penny's. All work when very disaKrueablo weather Fire had gotten undo such headway, beautiful lowls and Napkins, Table Cloths, Tidies, Muffs, Mufflers,' , warranted. when tho little one's mother reached it NEW ADVEimSEMKXTS. ltKMCMDKn thRtnll silverware, watches, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Neckwear, Fur Rugs, Ladies' ready-mad- e liketha't it was fearfully burnedand will rings, Ac, bought at A. K. Penny's will Wrappers, Ividics' Union Suits and a thousand other things for the Notick. To reduce my stock of , mil- ly die: be engraved freo of clinrco. T HMRPD up next week a Ladies ' "1 too numerous to mention. linery I will sell1 from now to tbo 1st of son of Ed Evans, the ljUJ.yiDCjft.SAW MILL on the Somsrm The pike, eight mile from Stanford, and will have For the men and boys, our Clothing Department is piled up witH PERSONAL POINTS. Jan. my goods AT COST FOR CASH. blacksmith, who lives near tho Dir river jro.ouo feet of good Oak and Poplar Lumber for goods that must be unloaded regardless of cost. And so with Ladies Mies Annie Wrny. ale. I Kbv. A. V. Sizemohk went to Louisbridge, had his left arm foarfully broken invito allwill sell at the mot toresuomblea rate and who want Lumber give me call. and Misses' Cloaks. We have too many of these goods and are maJACOII JIAKI'LIUBR, OltenheV,i. ville Tuesday. Weduesday. Ho saw a runaway team, 1 neki) every cent duo mo now to bit king prices for Christmas. Come now and buy something useful (or wife are my stock of goods, which Logan, Pnor. J. Fua.sk Walton and I shall shortly which belonged to Mr. William those you love. Don't waste your money for trash, but buy somecounty. was getting tisiting in Kenton open in tholiew store. This is Intended coming down tho pike aud thing that will be comfortable and useful. Miss Ankii: Stkwaut, of Wlldie, has for every ono indebted to me. So please over u fence to get out of tbo way, when Th.e.A,Deon PPtyon the Somerset pike. What's, the use of waiting? Not a bit. The knife is all bloody been on a visit to Mrs. Mattio Nevlus. the horses dashed at him, striking him Good brick houie with four roomi and hall. Uood call and settle. V. B. McRoberts. convenient and water works aho. Lot even now with the cutting of prices and we intend to use it until evdry was Mn.J.D. FKKNKy, ot Richmond, with tho tonguo with tho abovo result. containt to acres. Posiesslor. given January I, body can get some useful present for those Wiiilk leaning over and looking into It was a close call for him. they love. So come now 9Jthe guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Iticc. ... P. M. McROBKRTS, i and E. Bro tho well at Mr. G. B. Cooper's, Miss Jeswhile you can get choice and lay them away for Xmas. Messus. G. 8. Stanford, Ky Tint other night, at 11 l'.M., as'wo were mer are up in Rockcastle, bunting sie Cook's watch fell from her pocket to wending our lonely way along tho deserttho depths below. It was necessary to quail. we beard somo one in the dist Mu. II. G. LANimAU, of Louisville, is clean out the well to find it and when it ed Btrccts, I will tell at my farm on the Stanfonl A Gothen tanco driving cattlo. Tho voice BoundV. was fouud it was badly brokeu. visiting bis Bister, Mrs. A. of Stanford, near ... ed liko Marshal Newland's and wo wait- turnpike, four miles uorth-oaDudderar' Mil), on . tick-et- a IJukkn & Crescent. Round-tried to seo it it wero really he. It was, for -:Mia. Many 0. Hookeh and son, Will, will bo sold Decdtnbor 23d to 20th in- a fact, nnd ho bad two cowb on tbo way 15, 1892, bavu gone to ABboville, N. 0., to Bpcnd clusive, and December 31st; also January to tho pound, for which the ownor had Nino Milk Cow, all with ralf by a Jlolsteln bull, INtho winter. 3 yearling Steer;, one a year-olSteer, spending a few 1st and 2d; nil of which wilt bo good to lo pay 21 next morning before ho could Heifer with calf, i a Mits. J. 11. Paxton is Helfert, 3 yearling return till Jauuary 1th, '03. All agents have them milked, John said tho man neiicn, null cair, I col brood and days with herparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. work Mare bred have instructions to sell excursion tick- mado a business of turning Ills cows on to hd Mare in foal to Jack, nice Saddle work" anyHarlow, extra mare Mule, will 0. Robinson. where, 8 years old, buggy Horse, safe anywhere, ets to principal points throughout tho thu street at night and that he laid for t yearling Mule.i weanling .Mule Colt, rohead Misses JessikCook aud Liw.io Drye, United Sheep, will be told in three Iota; States. Call on or address D. G. and caught him dead to rights. ' sisHive, choice ttackt ot Hay. t cood oHiustonville, visited tbo former's Vae- IM wards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, 0. on, Old Hickory, pipe axle, i new Walter A. Wood r at least, aiowcr, z jgoou Hay Frame, Straw Stacks, Corn ters hero Tuesday. There is one liler, i stack of Oats, i a Mrs W. K. Aunold and children left Imperial Not Coming. Mliw Zola writes whom wo should like to see retained in and Men's and Boys' Turning IPlows No is, two Bood Glbb' Shovel Double Binsnd a fw weeks with the manager of the Opera Houso a sweet ollice Mrs. Adelia Woods, of HustonWednesday to V ow, two Kettles. Waeou Hamc. Plow a relative ia Bourbon. little billot doux that b!h can't possibly ville. Though her husband was n re- - tricks.Gears and 3 Log Chains and other little Tents: All sums under $10 cash; over that MK?sits. J. It BitccK, J. K. Van fill bor engagement with him on the publican and sho was appointed first by credit of com interJ. W. Haydon and J. B. Foster 15tli, owing to a change of mute. Shu u republican president, she comes of a amount iiogotlable six months with 6 perthe Katmers est on notes, payable in Hank A 1 rust Co nfStanforil says she would like to oomu in January, good democratic family herself and is a went to Louisville Wednesday. For the next 30 days these goods go at reduced prices for cash. T. TRA LOR. Mhm. MunritY went over to Lexington but as Ktnily has fooled him once ho most deserving woman in every way. Gilberts Creek?Ky. W. Tuesday to spend a few davs with bor fears sho might do so again and be is Shu has imade an excellent postmaster Mrs. Riobanl Norwood. getting to be too old a bird to bo caught and is, we believe, endorsml by nearly BRICHT& FOX' Mtw. J. P. Davis and MUs Kittle by chair. every person who gets mail at Huston: well as by the leading meu in COMBINATION llauclimnn left Wednesday for WiuJiea- Tub Chautauqua Circle, of the) West ville, as AT DANVILLE, K.V.. marriage of MIbh Tillle ter, to attend tho the county. Wo hope there will bo no Knd, will give an entertaiutneutNat tho opposition to her from any quarter. Hnll. x8 9, 1893. Mk. W. T. Mattisuuy wiw calieii lo Presbyterian church, in Hustonville Prof. Buell, of Danville, will lec Thiiee necroes were arrested for the by the horious Dee. in. ifcv. Stut (n. .ni. ai'Kntrien clow Lexington, yesterday, Sa Mr.lWnard Mat. ture; ill II. Shanks, of this place, who crlmo detailed in our Williamsburg let- blanks. Onlo s per cnu entrance charged. nessof his is attending Centre College, will declaim ter, and lodged in jail there. About 2 a. tingly. -Miss A i.i.ik HiiMHLE.' alter snenuing a and there w'ill bo splendid music under m. Wednebday somo men took an engine pleaxanl week with Mrs. Alice Cloyd tho management of Mrs. Anno, Cook from the yards at Jellico and ran it to All nelsons having claims against J. M. Phillips LLSS THAN TWO ( FNTS A WEI.K. and Miss Belle Ca'eh, returned home Lyles, The admission fee is only lo Williamsburg, where theV overpowered which v. ere created before the ad day of Februacento and the people of this section are tho jailer and took possession of them. ry. '891 will present them to me before Decern-bc- r Tuesday. 5th, jgo, properly proen. They then carried them back to tho A good newspaper is wanted in every home, and the fact that the Mbb. Kate linonr, of Crab Orchard, cordially invited. M. C. SAUFLEV, of the crime nnd after the lailure scene WEEKLY GAZETTE has been published every week" for; Hundred jt was down this week to iwa her undo, Trustee J. M Phillips. SiiKinrrG. II. SrEr.nr, ol Islie, u of Mrs. Rose to Identify any of them and Years, and has been a favorite paper in many thousrtnds of homes, is' Mr. John M.McRoberts, Sr., who is but- turned to jail here Wednesday, Henry they had strung each of them up soveral GO T0- evidence enongh that it is all that has ever been claimed for it the ter, but still ill. Brown, charged with the assassination of Jin. A. T.TiiAYWn, having decided to Mr. Slimher, a member of n constable's times without obtaining a confession, best weekly paper published in the Central States. : : gotollindsboro, 111., to go into the horse posse. He had been in jail here about they turned the prisoners over to a depJUNCTION CITY, kY uty sberiir.twho took them back to jail. ghe grice of ghis gaper is $1.00 a gear. business, Advertises Ids property for nalo six months aud a couple of weeks ago Other arrests have beon made, but it is at auction on tbo 15th. XMAS GOODS. was taken back for trial. 1 in caso was It is worth a great deal more. Send for Sample copy and see for not thought the right man has been Tiiosielooly old democrats, Messrs. continued at bin instance and shortly af- caught yet. The largest utock In town. All sorts of fine Can. yourself. G. A, Dcnham.of Williamsburg, and R. dies, Fire WorLs, ic , and pet so pounds terwards he began to show signs ol lu , Supar forsi M. Jackson, of London, woro on yester- nacy, Mrts. Stinkkh, who with hur huabaod, INDUCEMENTS W which he has kept up ever H.ince. W.'l.KICIIAIlDSON. AGENTS. . day's train, bound for touisvllle. Whether feigned or .not, ho is a sad Dr. Stivers, is on trinl in Iouiavillo, lor r. STKAUH, JK. T. r, CAXKK. Mausns. Wm. Huskii and Kick Young, looking specimen of humanity and no inhuman tr.'Atmont of Annio Durre. a yesterday from of Ottenbeim, returned The Dailv Commercial Gazette stands unrivaled as a newspaper. Bervant girl, wna onco the one can nei' him witnout a feeling of Franklin. Ind., where they went to atIts popularity extends from ocean to ocean. The freshest and most wife, of a cousin of Mrs. W. B. JIcRob.PkACri(AL. i tend tbo burial of the former's father. reliable news is given every day in the year from all quarters of. the who, owing to her ungovernable the workmen were digging ertfl, pit ilk and Steam Fitters. globe. temper, had to leave her. She seems to Plumbers CITY AND VICINITY. around the handsome new houso of Mr. Im n tlnml incarnate. Tho little girl is Address, Dealers Roods for J. W. Ramsey, on Lancaster street, they scarred from head to foot by the various steam and in all kinds of Iron and Brass kinds. All waler. Sanitary Goods or all How would a nice souvenir spoon or work Guaranteed against defective material and COMMERCIAL GAZETTE CO., found the skull aud bones of a human gold pen do-- ' Danks, tho joweler. she resorted to in punishing workmanship, 57 being. Not believing that Stanford was methods T PUULISHEKS, her for tho slightest offense. Tho cruelwo investiJudokJ. A. Ciiaitkli. has tendered once a bugeburying-ground- , ties of tho Spanish Inquisition pale, CINCINNATI. O. his resignation as police judge of Row- gated u little and found that a couple of when we read that boiling water was ok doctors, now grown old aud gray, once land nnd baa gone to braking. repeatedly thrown ou the girl and ther A Desirable Blue- ,i had an ofiico in front of tbo building Grass Farm. will civu a mamsalt rubbed in tho blisters it wouid Tub Rainbow Society and that the remains were taken from LINCOLN CIRCUIT (01 RT. moth entertainment at Miss Ktbyl their gravo by them home dark and drea- make. A strap with a heavy buckle on Pursuant to a judgment of Its end and stuck with pins was used to Court, rendered at its Octoberthe Lincoln Circuit Bear.ley'B ono night in Christmas week. term, iBgi, in the ry night, at an hour when church-yard- s 01 beat tho child, who was nearly bald from action on imam r, Tato acamstjohn IlriRht, Ac, I will of salt, lime are supposed to yawa. Tho skull when il, Just received a .0... I PsilvVsMssssVssssT having her hair pulled out by the ift sV and cement; also full line of Columbian clothed in llesh and other bnbiliamcnts, while other methods as horrible MONDAY, DEC. I2TH, 1892, was n woman and went by tbo name of and cruel kept tho poor little thing alcook etovo repairs. J K". Van County court day at a o'clock p in. or there''Long Spoonaiuore," quitu a noted char- ways in pain. There la no law ndoquate about, before the door in Stantord. Ky , offer at public auction to the highest bidder, who the valuable ami desirable of acter here in the dim and distant post. harm for the punishment of this woman, Fou Rest House and 25 acrea mm knonas thej atpasturo, 3 acrea of uplendid tobacco laud, A tiiikk, who seemed only desirous of has bIiowii herself wanting in every Urge garden, variety of fruit. Also two getting a small amount to eat, broke tribute which makeB her sex the love ConUinlnc about new cottages between Stanford and through thu fence of the Cotl'ey Houbo and pride of mankind. Helm. Rowland. II. Tuesday night and gaining entrance into Wednesday afternoon, Ono Hundred fit Fifty Acros Call and secure Bargains. WaiiWkk. Lexing- Farris & Hardin's More by thu cellar, Hon. W. II. Miller created a sensation Of fine land, in crats. Said Farm has Owi.su to the water famine in POST-OFFIC- E stole about 100 pounds of Hour and 20 in Penny's drug store by putting a pis- upon it a comfortable dwelling, two barns, orchard, water and other improvements and is situaton, I will have to express the laundry pounds of lard, at least this is all that tol in Mr. Thomas Dalton's face and de- ted about "miles north of Stanford, in Ling Monday insteid of Tuesday. All bav.-inKy., fronting on the turnpike road A barrel half full of mo- manding that he return to him a deed coln County, Staniord to lunville and bounded on leading from will Bend it in before Mon- can be missed. laundry lasses was Bitting on tho cellar door and for the Carpenter Houso property, for the South by tho lands of James Glvens, East by the landsof Horace Withers North by the lauds day noon. J.J. Thompson. how this was moved oil' so as to reach which, he claims, Sir. Dalton had giv- of Joseph ltallouuud Wesl by the lands of John Keld, Joseph Hallou James Glvens mystery. Marshal en no roiibideration. Mr. Dalton had M ThKMb A credit ol and and twelve mouths in is Mn. J. H. Hilton, tho clover und hus- the fitore-roosix merchant, will soon begin Nowlandsuepected lid Hrowu and Mary previously refused to give-ueiial installments, llonds with good personal tling Rowland tho doc- security, o per from day that Marshall, a couple of unsavory reputa- ument, but ho readily gave his prom-is- sale until bearing having cent, interestand effect of paid, of the force tho building of a now'storo-housen- t judgment aud a lien retimed upon th land until building tion, nnd upon searching their house, place. Thu second story of tho to return it when looking down the purchac money is paid. tho lartl and meal, or some very liko tho barrel of a pistol that seemed as The tain will bo made to y a judgment ino will likely be used as a ball. favor ol plaintiff, Tate, lor ?6,o-and $i(5 proba-blthat of tho firmV, was found. They were large to him 119 an ordinary cancosts of thi anion, daily receiving ft ,arK aml lodged in jail aud tin trial set for We aro O M)AVI$ON. non. Mr. George L. Penny attempt Master (.ommisiioner, L L ('. 7;ld handsome lino of Christmas goods and which was ufter wards changed ed to interfere during tho trouble, but Far information apply to John llright on the you nro cordially invited to call in and to this inorninir. premises or U. .M iiavuon, btanlonl, Ky Miller turned his battery on him and present inspect it. Wo can show you a We are glad to note that Miss Kdua advised him to go back into his hole, Fnrris & Hardin. to suit anybody. -tJ Courts was not so seriously hurt us the which advice Mr. Ponny accepted, n, am receiving one of the most elegant lines of no thought of tho order of his going, Messus. J. II. Ghekii and R. F. Rout-e- first reports indicated. No bones wero selectMI LI I.INI-Kever handled who constitute the firm of Greer & broken, though she is painfully bruised but going at once. Marshal Newlund ed utth.au especial view to in Stanford, of this the wants with and lacerated about the face. getting trade Miss Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an expe. Routeu. at Rowland, aro both down Mrs. soon arrived and succeeded in rienced trimmer, Is with me this season and I Thu consenuenco is their Courts tells UHshe is getting along first- - Mr. Miller to agreo to a cessation of hos guarantee everything to bo in the latest and most mi7ri apptuved fashion The ladles are invited to call store has been closed a day or so this rate und will soon be out. For her years tilities. He was afterwards taken and examine my goods, which will take pleasweek Judge Caisou and held for a breach ure lu showing, we never heard of a girl who displayed MISS I ICCIH HKAZLrV. 6j carrying concealed When you go to tho World's Fair take bo much presence of mind an Miss Dell of tho peace and ' J4 Jbi-cti Feland, who was with Miss'Kdna. when weapons, tho trial being set for Tuesday a lunch with you. Tho bills of fare cause of tho she fell from the horse by the saddle next. It appears that tho printed show that if "good Mr. Miller, '.-on appetite and health on turning. She jumped at once oil hers, trouble lies in the fact that counsel for the Misses Carpenter, tho lightest kind of a meal will and propping tho wounded girl up, un- who ia both," Dalton the deed and that ho call for $5. Oh! Lordy, how tho suckers buttoned her drrB8so as to make breath- gave Mr. in tho Windy ing easier und then when help arrived, afterwards refused to givo his note for are golug to le skinned unshe mounted her horse uud rode for thu the balauce of tho purchase money City, were given it. We doctor as fast as the animal could go. til certain credits A llAimoWJHunci Fire. Tho handsome that Mr. Miller Jid not take a more . Pulliam, mother of When sho arrived at Dr. Bailey's she Lou . was as white a a sheet aud almost lawful way to enforce his rights instead Harrods-...i.CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, Editor J. G. Pulliam, of the liable to fine and imevince was destroyed by fire breathless, but shu managed to tell her of laying himaelfho is an Impetuous man inibsion aud urge him to go as quickly prisonment, but CERTAIN CURE with nearly all of its contents. Loss on for A SURE and years for as possible to the scene. Most any oth- und fails often to control himself, as tho BEST known for 15 ond furniture $3,000; insured !.... as sorry as REMEDY FOR PILES.LOUS. is thought er girl would have fainted but Misa Dell which h5 is alterwtirds rrtpirtJfcjKICiaKUSOt.TATl-OHMED. CO., ST $2 300. The origin of Me tire anybody. seems to be made of sterner stun". to, be Incendiary. Interior Journal Shock FoDDKit twine. AIcKinnoy C'DMJES, I(T ODMIi)S9 i, The (jlorious Christmas ."-Tid- e. elovcn-monthso- ld olfice-hold-- pro-vaile- t't 1 m FOR, EE1TT. - Oaiu-kntfj- 8-- tf PUBLIC S&IJg. st J. S. HUGHES. Sizo-iior- o. Thursday, Bee. d Bargains, - Bargains, -- year-ol- d ' 1 1 1 ex-t- ra post-maste- CJLOAK S9 Are-dat- e, Sj-i- .l E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. grand-daughte- SALE, .... January and 11- grand-fathe- r, ITOTICE. The Cincinnati Weekly- Gazette.: $1.00 A STEAH. So-- ' -- W. T. Hioh.ard.soii, FOR Uranu-lateKctm-cttully- 1 d GREAT OFFERED - STHAUB&CO., THE iniiconin m 1 1 m m car-loa- d in W.B.jacR0BBRT2, DHT7GGIST, she-dev- An-dal- e. court-hou- o lllue-(ra- ss .i m Old Bright Homestead, one-hal- Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. HEAR, OF BOOM. f i, o CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, - k37 sati-f- yea-torda- y,' - tuk-in- g TO THE TOADIES. 1 Men's, Ladies' & Children's Shoes, 11 ue-f- oio 1 ' diges-tionwa- it TABLERSnil C buckeyeULE Gents Furnishing Godds " re-gr- 0INTMENT homo-ofMrs- TBTJTHrKS ANTD 1TAX.XSES. M'ROBERTS , & HIGGINS. ., 'fmMm'mmdmvmm,t! " - wfy.--- q.--aav ,y,fr .yy. s- a.'iwiii.)' g-v- uw i f . f 'A - u a Jt (a Semi-Weekly Interior Journal AT "I PRAY FOR YOU." The future maybe dreary, And bring me toil and pain; My heart may of t be weary. My cup no iwcet itntalu, . But when tbe darkest hour appear My heart will turn to thee. And cait away itt doubt and (ear, For you will pray for me! The frie nds 1 Icve may leave me, Be called away by death; Or even may deceive me Prove false s fleeting breath; But you will never mound my heart, Never prove untrue, r"or ever to my memory start The words, I pray for you." My life may have Itt pleasure, Itt bright and happy hours, Whenfearth will brtnphcr treasures. And stwVmy path, with, flowers; Hut nothing can such joy afford At onco my spirit knew, When sitting by ycur side, I heard Those words, "I pray lor you," Published Evory Tuoaday and Friday if a PKU YEAR IN" VD VAJSTO30. S- - When not to paid $2.50 will lie charged. j Witter from the deep blue tank. From the very spring where Logan And Disband bf settlerdrank. Hem they make the ice, transparent Here they Start the elrrtrl ...Here they light tbe Incandescant And the bright and datzllng arc. - flOYAl fRQYALHW.I J , POWDER & til Absolutely Puro in leavening strenKlh.-Lat- est Government Food Heport. ' ROYAL. BAKING POWDERCO , too wall street, New York. A Cream of Tarter Baking Powder. ghett ol United State 11 When on lile'ttormy ocean The billows round mo rise, In fierce and wild commotion, And hope of succor flic, Mr heart with all its thoughts eatond Across tli at raging sea, L'ntll they cling around the one Who said. "I pray for thee." Oh, may V. Now we're talking of great factories, . Of street car line, and such, , Many paying enterprises ' Wo have always uceded'mnch. And wo feel the day Is coming With the rising of our tide ' When the locomotive's whistle Will resound on every tide; When our streets and marts will echo With the steady, solid tiead Of a thousand skilled mechanics, Who'll be earning dally bread ; For we know with our surroundings, Wtrro In shape to 'make things hum," we are outimng numerous houses For the "workers" who will con.e'. We will give them royal welcome And the best that's in the land, And we'll promise In their troubles That 'l! lend a helping hand." VI, bio's ofllcefln Lancaster street, day. "Yes, sir," replied tho man, to whom he had spoken. illly TrlfiW, the Welling Pa Man. "This is hu insurnnco ngencv. 1 It not?" Tho question was nsWd by a thin. bun. wess-likman. who invaded W. A.Trih. o For Balis Twenty Building 11. 1 JL,a!s FARM FOR SALE. ...Jl prlvsteltmy I'annol jo Acres on Ihe Danville ft Stanford pike. Ihren toilet from Stanford. ltitwtl Impinvcdi with dwrllinfr of Ave outbuildings; ruoRi, new belli and all alto has flue stirioir. Call on me o'u thu nrtmltM -- .. U.. 6, KUOiWHXEI.LBV. I will sell In ih,corpor ate limits of Rowland. Farxd 3Tor 3,1. .'. I will sell privately i-.- I. DA RST.I Rowland. ..! ricCT .. v fi strong and consorvrttivoV" "Ono of the best in tho world. What description of property do you wish t0- -" v,mu wrciinni, on tne Mtanttml pike. It is "Firo insurance?" wiuigooa I hT r. ' ".wr" "pimea .au on medwelling, THE KILBY HOUSE "Yes, sir." on tne t wuier, Z..lt premltos or address me at Crab Orchard. F. B. RILEY, Proprlotor, "Do you represent any company with 6J" JOHN Or NAUIU. capital of 12,000,000 or ovor?" cosh - Kentucky. London, "We do." Go to I have moved to my new Hotel and am bctteT Gallery prepartd than ever to accommodate th public. Ono thntyou can recommend as Bafe, ny Farm ufa! Acre-s- , 1 mile Ears Art with all tho Tohave jour photoemphi Uken. H LatcMt 0,-'- Intprovciitciils, Oood attached kecpl"up tired. I.lvtry me a call. and every convenlesce dGive 71 PRANK RILBV. -' y ning?" "Does It Insuro against loss by lightpossiblo may bo coal oil And will piveyou good sallsfactldn. A. J KAKI'.htnnford. Notice to tho Traveling Public. I hsrc had. ' - prayers attend me Through every scene of life! From evil to defend me To be my shield in strife. to insure. May I ask for half a dozen K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. And when the life louglftight is o'er, blotting pads? Tbsnk-3- . Good morn Ih'imprisoncd spirit free, rraln naves Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning Upon that bright, celestial shore ing." at May you still pray for me. vii. V L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. rresident In gal Is has introduced on (From the selections of the editor's dear, dead Jutt within arid shot Of the lort where heroes bled .12 40pm wife, and printed in loving memory of her.) Mail tram going North.., tho Ohesapeako AOhio tho excellent h " South, " ,111pm It a sad and sacred place 11 x6pm Express train " South., method of feeding passengers. At It's the "city of our dead." , SONG OF STANFORD. " ' NorthM.aM(M...M.M,M...MMMM,i to am every important elation on Iho liuo, Here asleep are many dear ones, Local Freight North....1. .....7 5s m "When 45pm junction points, etc., ho has ordered that it was thought that there would Laid to rest by loving hands The latter trains also carry passengers. Whom wc hope to meet ''tome tweet day," d n lunch counter bo mainThe above It calculated on standard time. Solar be n grant! celebration in Stanford on the In the "far-o- ff Beulah Land." 1 me is about so minutes fatter. tained and that the food shall bo palata. occasion of tho. turning on of the water Hoping when "life's fitful lever" Me and clean. He says the man with and electricity, Mr. Warren, of tho Model And lit troubles all are o'er, QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Grocery, prepared tho following, which Wo shall clasp their hands rejoicing, ' three or four children cannot afford to Trains pass Junction City as follows: "On the bright eternal shore." take mtals in n dinrng car, hut ho can d Q. A C. Special la: 55 am; Fast considering the fact that his business Tvfsil 13:51 p. m. New Orleans Limited 3.30 p. m.; calls more afford to patronize a luuch counter. a study of Irish potatoes, So we've sunt: our sonr-n- Sinr..r.i lor special 8:4011 in. And wo hope the years wYII bring-Ta. m, Blue mackerel and saur kraut thau a hnnnv When Win. Duncan, of Celina, 0., North. bound Q & C. Special a, m. ; Liincinnatl Limited 3:20 our brat c and kindly people. Grass special 0:00 started oir for a hunt, his wife called dalliance with tho Moses, is a producp.m.; hast.Mau 12.53 p. m Many a good and uteful thing ... . i.j tion of more than ordinary merit: T. P. Hlll.Suaford. mm uacK 10 r.iu Bomo wood. A quarrel That will blest and make them happy W. O. Welch, Stanford! 11V A . fi, WAKRBU. followed and the brutai husband empThrough the agetytt to come, 1. And "we'll praise the god that made OFFICE:1' TiU tied a load of shot in his wife's abdomen, ut" "In the old Kentucky homo." Forty Acres of Land, 4 miles South of Stanford, In the boiom of Kentucky, I.S. Ifocker, Fresident; inflicting fatal wounds. Far from the "deep blue sea," -half cleared, , balance in timber, good orchard, two Stanford, ky., Sept , 1S9.. John J. McKobertt, Cashier; and a small house. never There stands a little City, MANAOERS, G. T. McROBERTa. A. A. McKinney, Attistant Cashier, S9lf Now Try ThlB. Where dwell the fair and free. " MY PNEUMATIC. It will cost jou nothing and will surely do yew Oommerco Building, Louiavi lie I t's not a great metropolis. tood tIf you have a cough, cold or any tretiMe with h tM Jtl1Al Ah L. a.. It's not a mush room town, Agtats throughout the South. cry for Consumption, Coughs anJ Colds it guar- Branch Jellico Goal Co It supplies the wants of people Kiicrciieior niwun from La Urippemoney will l lufd back I or many miles around. buflercrt found it Jimt the thine Miners and shippers of the GENUINE -- .. ... u.v hu ipicuy aiiuperiect recovIt's approached by numerous turnpiket TBIBBLE,- ery. ;.... a sample iKJttfe at our cspense and It bow fully organii rd and ready for business witb nml mrcep Try From towns both near and far, , Aft lhn litlfAti AI.a. . T,our,c Just now good a thing It Is. Tri is! STANFORD. Ky. Which were, used by hostile armies tu. iirug tterc Large Paid up of - - $200,000. kuiii. iree Try it. We are tbe sole agents for Stanford Jand -In the late gTeat civil war. . JV VU.B ilU 1. Anil tbe rns of t ho morning sky. - . Rowland. Office corner oi Depot street and rail- 'It bat hills and dales Surplus, 19,000. I around it, brVrn n"1 ,VUw ,'ho """Tdr-Slip- s road crossing. Spoclmon Oaaoa. Near are fields of ripening grain. It's kSfl THK STANK JRD' 6 IIIUUINS S WAITS. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL S. II Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was troubled I off us tho leagues go Ijj I Which were raised by honest toilers, BANK OK STANTORD, lib. Neuralgia and Rheumatism; his stomsch Helped by sunshine, winds and rain. was disordered, his liver was affected to an alarm-m- g Now chains up) with the same aittttand undsr Black and silver, snlft ftI1d 8,rnp w,, degree, appetite fell away and be was terribly Near are woodlands, cool and shady, ' in same management. Pleasant undersong reduced in Mesh aud strencth. Threo boitl,, Ijy provisions of Itt chatter, depositors ar at Nsar are creeks and rivers clear, From the teady rlppllntr murmur i of the Klectric Hitters cured him. ROWLAND, KY., oepotito-- s in Nattooal V P",, Which way back in days primeval chain, Banks, itt tharehutd.rm Edward Shepherd, hrl.t ln,l,w.,l,,.ll. had IN GROCERIES, .. running tore on his Harritburg, llllneti, aland a liable to the eatentof the Lin? ... DEALER .. Haifa thine uf life nml i HARDWARE, Were the hauuts of bear and deer. teg of eight years' amount of their stock led m abo, suty d.rs, lb, W.te, Vfii ?o7.Pif. stnrt nnd Uirlll ing. three bottle or Klectric Hitters and mere in at tne par value thereof, In addition to the Hoots and Shoes, Cigars and Tobacco. Ohio In order to plate Individual seven boxes cfltuckleri't Arnica Salve and his amnunt invested In such share. It may act at II. Hirer Salt-fo- r sale by thebarreL Will take counconlaets la ad- eg sound and well' John Speaker, Catawba. eaecutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as vant-As jou ride to tbe klw of th morning breeze try produce in exchange for goods at market price. It was here the gallant Logan, offrrt 0.,had five large feer soies on his leg; doctors in individual. I am also agent for the old reliable Itrodhead To . ADU IJlC fOJO nf thn mnn,l .1... The bold, brave pioneer, NfCCIUrV W Alr ttlra. w.lt L. t.r To those who entrusted their buisinest to ut said he was incurable One bottle ot Fleeinf baccos and will keep a full line of these goods in W And tho long broivn roml where thn llml orpif.' and , Bask ol Mock, anu all i ask. 01 tn merchants ol stanlord Built his little stockade, Arnica Salve while mnaglng the Lincoln i,ct n'1 ODe i muicuuieiy bo,t "ncklen't Penny, drug Stanford, we we here tender ourNationalthanks and -J- fJ.clMl many and HowlanJ irto give me their orders and I will ..VCd,f,r,eCeWoIThaPr,1gV,, Never danger did he fear vuicu aoia oy j k. trust they will continue to transact their business oft as tho leagtiw go ,yl put thu good In their houses at Factory prices. From the bloody, wily savage with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenThanking the public for liberal patronage, t atk a .a.lhfac"tio,,,l ,tU",,r tion to same, our twenty years" eaperssJtce In Who in number did abound, Mileaahundmljoiitnarrun from tho rising coutinuonce of same, and remain your obedient Desired Information, Thesebrduleof sdonif.l . BuiKing anaas iioeraiaccommouatiens as arc cou or the sun In this heart of great Kentucky servant. J. H. HILTON, l" percent, lower than Is otually cl, XY? desire to Imprest upon the minds of the sisient with soond banking. To tho gleam of the flret white In this "dark and bloody ground." stnr. uP"o"yol the a ou may through twftitylowns. meet the Wisconsin Central Lines service offered b. the UlRtCTOMS. It was here his little colony htw.n of UWU IIIOIIOWIIS, Milwaukee and St. Pau!.Mlnaapolis, Duluth and Rate3. J J. Wlllisms, Mt. Vernon; Through )ears of weary toil, Or thn wini' on tho mountain scaur. all points in th; Northwest. Two fait trains leave J. M. Hall, Stanford; Lived ou trophies of the chase, Chicago daily for St. Paul, Minneapolis and Do- out ,ho VU of th I'mrnlng breeze hson aJJltiooal room.. u.u iiii aunmaa iriiiuuiea urawlng Room J. S. Owsley, Stanford; Tilled the rich and fertile soil. STANFORD, KY Anil tho rost) Of thn .1 .. JO ... Each additional Coaches of latest design lis Dialns-Ca-r I 09 And tho loug brown rovl whero the tlrrxl Sleepers and is S. J. Embry, Stanford;. They were used to savage war-crStores, llsnkt and Prlvatrffices',Vu'ctT House, Sign, Service unsurpassed. It U the only route HplrltV lond ). a. Lynn, Stanlord; JUths, prirate.one laactt Thev were used to panther's scream, . to.U,.c .' ,c,fic Coa r which lioth Pullman jm Slips off as tho leagues gtihy! Hose adachment lor sprinkler Hanger. f and Pullman Tourist Cars are A. W. Carpenter, MUledgrvilU; They Were used to many dangers, J Stables, private, one animal .. . . operated from Chicago via M. Paul without change. Country work solicited. F. Cash, Stanford; Estimates furnished. t oj Of which we can never dream. Down tho pleasant rouiitrpdd. through J. aoumenal animal Pamnhelts vivlmr ,iiliia,t lnr.irm.iu. m the I 04 William Gooch, Stanford, Kr, Woodland' milnmp nrl.t There were brave men from Virginia, obtained free upon application to your nearest Vou hivo como In our fore&oou sitln: S II, Shanks, President. f iicKcugeni, ortojas. u. rond, tiencral Passeu Sturdy men from Tennessee, I. M. 1IRUCK. ger and Ticket Ageut, Chicago, III. J. H.YEAGER Daring men from North Carolina And you no-" Cashier. would llavo guessed howde-liolous. For commercial uiet M. Bright, Teller . tho rest One arc ar,d tales i c J. intandesccnl lamp Which extends ntit to the tea. Tbe laws of health are taught In the at bonis, but In tha hhade by the iwit!1 Inn - brought PW )fir.... Here thesnot a way to boot much practical benefit and a their wives and daughter!, heii ou'obou8ht tho For id e, p. each thq morning are in 2! never Illustrated by living esamples, which in iiere tney Drought their urasand all many eases might easily be done. II some st hoi-a- r AND SAL! STABLE, U Of their earthly goods and chattel And tho roo of tho morutug hk,l at . who has iust contracted a cold hrauht I.. " J " " They were brave souls, one and ull. thn llred fore the chool so that all eouh! Iwn ik.lrv ln,,, "'. .."...' ,irown ro',a fcplrltV load cough and know lit slgnniaiicc. see the thin Far Rerxlrntv Use: They changed this land of cane brakes STANFOIID, KY. Sllrn off as tho league go )y. white coating on the tongue, and later, as the cold Into fields ot tatseling com, . v a,0- Jj f ..p- ie'"1,:e8t Ump. to dei eloped, see thn profuse watery rxpeitoralion Tnp'oo-- firm went in'n'fTect July 1st and re- They made TJiero Js many n one who loacliM (hat ..' - 'I their little children !.' and thin watery discharge from the now, not one " ji " spectfully asks a the patrpnage of the tho or them would ever forget what - river reaAlim " 4th" ehlnliiL. " Lve the place where they were born. . the lirtt syrap it public, 5 tijms ol a cold were. 1 ne scholar should then be " Fa cAth addliittnal Aro tho iilaro to spend t long Juno day. n They raised their family altars, M Urrtser iMfhrmatlen, applf to Hut bIvo i,Je tho wJilrllng w heol nml a IkwI of given Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Irtily that I f In this RIGS AND HORSES wilderness, all triieht see that even a severe cold ould be ' Trr alfc ft HAYDBN,Sp't.4:. cureil In ono or two days, or at . least gteatly mlt, uiiMi tar from their friends and kindred, To float upon thoqueon'8 hlghuay! illBR1- s gated, whtm prwerl treated ai mih di the i,.,i I Havo been purt based and nothing but ' They hoped their Cod u ould bio. On, gh p me the kiM of tin, morning breozc. syuiplnms apiwar. I hi remedy l famoui lor It, turnouts will leave the stable. , Their aucrillcing, humble aim cures ufretislis, colds and croup It Umadees- - I And the roo (f Urn twirnitig kv. diseases and it the most prompt f Kiep them from dangers nigb, rtnn injj lone brow u road Hhoro the tired peewlly lw and most reliable medicine known for th nur- spirits load Teach them to worship only 111m, 17 pose, a? aad jo vent bottles far sale by Dr. M L. SHih off m th leaguoago by! The Lord, the Mftjhty One m Bfefu' Hurn, Drugcist and Oplkun, Stsnferd, Ky. t hose '' Thus this iiuiet little city, That for years has tlumbcred on It now waking from her slumbers, To a bright and glorious morn. Would that gallant old Ben Logan, And his band of plonens. Could come, back some day and see us What we've done in later years, How we'd make their eyes stand open As we told of wonders wrought On tho very spot made famous . By tho battles they had fought, "It will ngreo,to cover every risk from fire, no niattor what cause." "And give permission to use or gasoline stoves ?" "Certainly, with tho usual FIRST NATIONAL BANK THE SIIELTON HOUSE - te OF STANFORD, KY. Cnpltal Stock Surplus SCOO.OO'O At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and Hotel one of the best st- nd night; anight mnVi... ?iwlV "P" r..1VInn5c"!,lth . tions." "I think that is tho kind of company I shonld insure in," Baid tho caller, after a thoughtful pause, "if I had anything restric En-glis- South. .......4 well-manage- South-boun- rJIue-Ura- tt o " """en, ManlOril, llr. VJ Attention of the nubile is mvliit.t m it., r.. I) K ii.-.Mr aod Mrs. T W. that this It the only National Hank In Stanford Uv:.n,la!Sl'SII;n'J'Mri K II. Johnson, - the Under the provitlont ofNational Uank Act Oreeaiahurg. Rates Jj pel r!'m depositors are secured not only by the capital dr- - J Vi"' I'etrey, clerk. l;iv rue a call. lock, but by the ttockholders ototy liability lor an . W CARRIER, I'rop amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of this institution arc secured by a fund of $400,000 Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank r made each year to the United States government and itsauctt are examined at stated roi by government agents, thus securing additilona .Ir"lj,8U.,r,'.r lct eVc,V morning to families in and perfect safety to depositors. i nis intutution. originally established as th .,-- . Deposit Hank of Stanford In t,S, then s'whiiui m mm vat 4 01 00 cenli. and ' tied as the National Hank ol Stanford iti isos and under w pound at the rate off, cenw tgain First National Hank ol llr.m.V.UJ- - f""10.". 'S.,f'c Jo'"1 Brenner lStanlord in iSSa, has had practically an uninter- I I?n IJii;'- for which rupted filitencnof 11 years. It It better tupplied fafSUh krg or bottle. now with fftCillllctfortrantactingbutineMprorap! ly and liberally than ever before in itt long and Stanford, Ky honorable career. Accounts ef corporations, firms and Individuals respectfully solic-John D. Cattleman. A. 0. Linham The Directory of this Dank it composed ol T.J. Foster, of Stanford; Fureslua Keld, Lincoln county ; J. W. Hayden, Stanford : S.II. Ilaughman, Lincoln; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernonj S.T. Harris, Lincoln: J. S. llocktr. SUnfsrd; C. A. Lackey, LlnccJn; V. 20000 ft, J' GW ram' kh"'n? J'1'' ndM.s. .fr,1",!!,'''."11111 Mrs. Floyd In- Dd ?" ' ,he hni s' "'V'11. "r ' wells In the Plat,. N.l "", " XC3t3 AJTD B3SKH. WrMPnrlc" 'tf ''"'nr, -- rldu-cun- ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. Insurance Company, -- LAND FOR SAIJE. failing-springs- " JBARBEE&OASTLEMAN Falls Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. or stanford,;ky., Capital Original Jellico Coal. W. A. Local Aysnt, ,- W m -- Watertight and Ice Go. - tnl 1 plr-Sli- ' ," cr ""r l '" W4l-t..,u st' r 57-i- ... ni EUSTIS S BOWELL, ru.. .. pub-U?,,- Schedule ? Yearly Water .' Aa.5 ' lnni-nln- - Decorative Painter and Paper y, d, first-cla- ja-j- ..!.. " "!T ..7.. -- -r ls BRUCE & YEAGER, . w'r. Electric Light Rates. inhll'trhnT"iwT Will m. e IJof w"r m "' - ,, n f NEW far-of- i first-elm- mr"trrw - Pr " i-- Give tlicm a Call. the ! MYERS HOUSE HI Hut how all things are changed In tint land where Logan dwelt. It i new the home ot progress. Here the hand of push is felt, Here the locomotives whistle I With its shrill and piercing swml,,' I Wake Use dead and slnmbwW esbu In this oaco "dark bloody ground.'' Here the telegraph trmnphaat Stretches through theambierit iky, Tolling ui of things that happen In the far and lu'lhe nigh, In thj gay and wicked Paris, In the famous London town, , In the Islands of the ocean, jfef In the great world all aratiad. - ' iwiingusot wars ami baitlfts, CHURCH r-- Spectator, GOOD PAY ! Uuclclln'B AFFAIRS. opt-nw- Arnica Snlvo. . XiXTTEKY' STAB3Q3S P. W. GREEN, Prop. well-kMw- This stable, which it run n connection with the n Myers llou.e, has been supplied with A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, nn rjuimer's Supplies and it letter than ever snppiy tho public with prepaie FIRST-0LA3S RIGS OF ALL KINDS. f Personal and prompt attention gi en to Weddings, 1'arties and tturial P W. GREEN, Proprietor. AL. BURNS. Mauager. jJ THE 60FFEY HOUSE , STANFORD, KY Telling us cf grtat destruetioa Hy the water, by the fire , Telling us of strikes and murders, Of pne fights for fame, Hy those made by their Cruator i'o exalt His mighty name. IV pf f' t" I peftl-leii-c- ct dire, it- - Hut thu little i Ity sitteth Like a yem between the hiHi; Naught she (.ares fur war andh4v That betuken oth.r.' ills. HThit Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now in lay charge and I intend to conduct it do as to She is here to do her duty but to add I . ,0 me great, w ide world of strife. not ohlv ... ... IVU(maintain its hieh reDutation.accommdda f She is here 11. ..( In rr4 UJ ,,. I... to J.ITVIMI her portion ...MU. CnA..lfine rooms for il, tions for commercial travelers and Oftho burden of this life, thedlsploy ol samples, Looking to her goodly Council " Who hate done the best they kuew A First-Cla- ss lodthverus from darkness, '. And BILLIARD and POOLROOMS attached. From the dangers that bestrew 37-JOSEPH COFFKY. AH the towns that new surround us, Who aro walking in the dirk, Walling for the "tar of progress" Jiiii O-A-St H That shall laud them in the ark. On the very spot where Logan And hfs little band once fought cash price paid Has been built a house that's massive, Filled with strange things that were brought for From the different States around us, From the Jiait and from the West, From the North and from the Southland, They have brought thi very best. Here the smoke arises dally .From the lurnaces so bright, Which are novfng mighty engines Through tbe day and througblhe nigh't, STANFORD, KY syr V, , Sending to our thirsty people JOSEPH COFFEV, Pro'r. W t A Jewish rabbi l Scnuto with prayur Tuewlav, timo in ita history. Kev.J. Cell Gibsou Is conducting an intereatine nieotint: at ltowlnnd. There have been ilvu miditions to dale. Ihu widow of Alexander Ctiinnholl. the lounder of the CanipbelliU, now known h8 the Christian,! Church, still lives at the ripe old age of JK). Key. W. J. Orowder, a Methodist preaelierat Kalehjh, x. c has been dismissed from the church for living a Dr. Jekel-JIydkind of existence. Charles V. Gardner, superintendent of Dr. ParkhuAt's Society for tho of Crime, has been arrested in Xew York for blackmailing the keeper oi a luotuei. Miss Itoena DeerinR, of Lexington, daughter of Rev. J. II. Deering, has en tered upon tho work of compiling statistics showing how many women in Ken tucky support themselves. e Pre-vens- ion The best salve In the world for cms, brttisei K rhuai, fover teres, tetter, ehap S8f.!" ...... Ped tuaiL. rlitltJus. rntni in,l .U.S-i.tho V. S ,'?n,8d positively currcs idlas, or n pay raqufr ed. h it giv. the first or moaey guaraaivwl 10 Price perfeet satHfaet(ca. retHtysUd S5 cants per For sale by A K. Penay, Suntord, Ky, , u'ti FOR GOOD WORK! StJJBSaiK2rsSs.&aur?''i''' i Foi Ladii-- s or Gcntlemcu! A son of Mr. M D Pussw. a merchant afClh. N. C was to hadly alMicii-- with rheumatism for a year r more as le be uauble to wurk or go to school Hi father concluded to try Cham- berialn't Pain I! aim on the boy It om cured him and he hat mucc walkd iVi miles te school and ixuk every school d.tr Jo cent botth for sale by Dr. M I. Ilaurne, Druggist and Optician, Staiifurd, Ky nli.r , ?7 i $5 to $500 Cash! mjlHL mslnTCsaCaff. If Dealer in I (According (o rcsulla nccomplfebcd; m addition to a libcrul comnii&iion of twenty jkt cent. Alto t For pain in the stomach, eohc and cholera morbus there t nolhlng better than Cbamberktiri's Chuhc, ChwleraandDUrrhHH Rented). sale by Dr. M. U Hourua, Druggitt and Optician, Stanferd, Ky. Fr When Unity wni Iek, w gavt. (Materia. Wh-hlie vmg a Child, alio criial for Cnstorta. Winn Mm lcaino MIm, hIip oiling to Outorlt. When slie liad Children, slui Costorla. hr to call on or address me An experience of fifteen business hat been of profit tome and I think lean raske it profitable both buyer to and seller. P. O address Stanford, Ky. the ici Officeat th Myers Mouse. Orders for Cattle, Sheop and Hogs GUESS PREMIUMS Mock jKMlcitcd ......... M,,,1K ,,Catlle and Sheep a ape. ully. FOR SUBSCRIBERS. j ui lunjDovc ucscriucM' lorsaleor wishing to purchase same, will .Instork w.II theabote jcarslntbtt grviiii J. II. BAUGIIIUAX, HREANDSIORM Impossibilities or Uncertainties. Evcrv thliir Ti'nft. irable, Plain and PosKiro.' No fc'co programme In tlio INSURANCE AGEN'. Representing WeeKlij Eiioiiirer An ? Saloonl tf I Highest market Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at M..F. ELKIN & CO., r In his lengthy lueuaKe to Coni:re3s SURGKOV DENTIST. the president adheres to his views favor-in- Office over Severance & Son's Store, Mam street, Stanferd. a high protective tariTand, in substance, expresses the opinion that tho people have made a great mistake in voa ting to introducea"new policy," Among ii& Dealer In the recommendations in ado nru. ali Foreign and Domestic Fruits, for the Nicaragua canal project, innio rijjiu quarantine regulations, force bill Confectioneries, Ac. legislation nnd legislation for the restric- at Olysters and Celery always on hand and served a hours. tion of immigration. Has with him a baker and can lurmsh 87 The civil service report shows that nrcnu, laaes anil tne like oil short notice. from July 1, 101, to June JJO, 1892, the CC whole number of applicants examined for tho five branches of the classified service was lt),4G0, of which 12,100 passed For the painlctt extraction of teeth and other j minor surgery. I have tested itt virtue sufficientand 7,300 failed to pass. ly to know R. C. MORGAN, D. D n Bl A. S. PRICE, icies promptly issued. Will insure against tornadoes, wind storms and lightning Ligbtuing without additional charge Office at First National Hank, Stanford. of our Fourth Annual Coutest among Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. Agcntd for largest clubs. Pennnsylvania Firo. PhiladelDhia. v2r-Ins. Co. of North America, " Aucy for the Weekly Enquirer is a profitable busiucfe. All of which are fiNtlast Compantet I would It h be pleated fo waituu my friends in ihUlln. (VI claus-etattach- ed C. 30. 11 FOiarIAa -- tho beet school in the world to nrcnnro one for tt bufiiness contact with tho public;, n Btcpping-etouto busiucsa rjiiiilification and future o DEALRR IN- - first-clas- General -:- - Merchandise, prosperity. Wo want good Agents to Llicit for Tho Hulwcriptious. inducemenWro V ZDZEIEsTTO." fa. And Country Produce, Has opened his stock of good, and It revly t serve offer ... Hmi.. un.il(ii,mi inu an who watt goodt at the lowest is,lble prices thoui hltn on Logan Avenue, ne extra 'good. ENQUIRER COMPANY. OINOINNATI, O. S. . v5uy H.. ,rJ Xi - A'?: Lcte -- mlhniik:.