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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892121601 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. v. I I Semi-Weeklv ol. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 16. 1892. NO. 84 LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY LONDON, xx. CASEY CCUNTV. ; LIBERTY, LAUREL COUNTY. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. at Dunnville, KllslmGrider cut Wiu. Sundaw in which Morris in tho neck with a hatchet, glvinc him a severe, though not dangerous vtutind. Circuit court convened Monday and notwithstanding tho dlsagrsoablo day. n large crowd whs in attendance. Among tho attorneys from other places we noting i? n Wnrrnn. of Stanford. ' M. K. frlVVJ Turtar, of Holla, V. A. Morrow, of Horn-- i erect. 1L J. Breckinridge and Jim MeDanville, and J. K. Hays, of Ferran. of A difficulty catuu up - ! Davo Fullins hus opened a new It. C. Ford is reported very ill at his We are having a nice prospect of a father's home in Owen county. inoatHtora nour Miller's Hotol. big tide in tho Cumberland. Comuiunion HcrvimT wero hold nt 0. M. Randall has almost recovered Miss Ida Sweeney's school closed from his Ions attack of rheumatism and last Friday at Watts Creek, two miles the Methodist church Monday night. George Lawpon liaa rented tho poor- - looks like his old self again. north of town. house farm and will take posaession Jan. 0. H. Griflin, who has spent the past A few friends gave Miss Hattio Gib 1st. year in Connersville, Ind., is back here son a surprise last Friday night and had K'la Newell, an old colored woman, a;.iin, to make Loudon h future h pleasant time. hus heeu granted n pension nt tho rato home. Tho Academy closed its fall term of ( n month. It is generally ruported that there UbI Friday nud will have a vacation unwill be three marriages among the young til after thu holidays. The Presbyterian Sunday-Boho- ol eohomrH will givti an onterininmont at folks between now and Christmas, but I Amos Shepherd was tried before wilhoUl the names so the news will be Judge Stinson, Inst Saturday, for lunacy, tho Church Christmas eve. Tho union meeting will be held at fresher when the happy events occur. and sent to the asylum. Jamestown. Mr. Rufus M. Raker, connected with Mr. J. II. Davis has his livery 6table It commenced raining Monday night tho Presbyteiian church Sunday night, AND F.i r la & C)., and Miss Nannio Urock, about complete. It is something Wiland mill continues. Tho river in now whon Kider J, 0. Frank will preaeh. Mr. and Mrs. U.K. Hughes have fit- daughter of 1). R. Urock, ami sister of liamsburg has needed for a long time. booming nud is still rising. A heavy docket la before the court and ted up an elegant sulto of rooms In tho Attorney Charles It. Urock, were mar G. A. Dunham returned from Louis criminal ried !t the homo of the bride's father on ville last Saturday morning. It. S. Its proceedings will ho much interrupted Thompson block, on Richmond street. Sugar Creek, nwollcn by tho recent Inst Saturday. Mr. Raker is one of our Crawford ib in Pinovillo attending court. by high waters. Tho trial of Joo Glleby, STAN I 'OR D, KY. colored, for poisoulng his wife, is now rains, washed away thebtidgeat Antioch best young men, but has donts exceed- Judge Boyd wai absent Wednesday and progressing and will be soon concluded. Monday night. Tho damage lias been ingly well in g .tting such a sweet young Hon. It. I). Hill acted aa special judge. There will not bo much business It is thought that tho prospects are very repaired and travtd between here and lady. Joy forever bo theirs. On Monday our good old Iriend, Pat done in court this fieMion. Tho case of Huukeye raurnd. gloomy for tho prisoner. There is an obi nursery song that CflHy, got in company with oue of his tho commonwealth vs. McGraw, Ac, The trial of Joe Gllspy, charged with neighbors, Joo Allen, and Jim Barnard, from Harlan, was continued. In case of poieoulng his wife, clotted Wodnendny says. And best selected stock ever introduced A U best Aed l Un mothrr an acquittal, the jmy ol Rushes neighborhood, and all drank samo vs. Sun McIIargue, the proof on a morning with in Stanford. Of thu nven.go politician it may bo too much hard cider. They left London chango of venue will bo heard Friday agreeing to tho verdict without oven oorroBpond-cn- t Mid, together and in the night some time Ca morning. leaving their seats. Your -r A posit'. friwid Is (far fMRflESvlDHH sey was found about a half mile from Judge W. F. Hall, of Harlan, 0. It. ahs misled in regartl to tlm ounrac-teMr. J. C. l.ryunt, of Lexington, fortown badly hurt about the head. He Urock, of London, Spaibt, of London, ol tho evidence to bo broughtngalnst failed to merly of Garrard oouuty, la rocoiniutind- - states that Jim Uurnard knocked him and Cau him. The Commouttealth of Manchester, are among the Oil for the position of U. S. inuralml for down and beat him over the head with visiting attorneys at court. Miss Laura One call will convince you that this is the provo that lie administered oithur modi-cin- e place to trade or polaou to his wife at tho time of the district of Kentucky upon the ground a rock and then robbed him of about S, Urock and Prof. J. A. Yates went to ho is a man of groat personal courbut did not get about $10 ho had in his London last Friday to be present at tho her depth, or any other time. It was that . . age and will strike terror to tlie souls of hi cast pocket. I'ncle Pat is now at tho r tcsttiied by one witness that she took marriage of .Miss Urock'a sister. .A4IB3. K3uitu If Mr. Itryant can Province House and is doing well and herself about the Brytho lust dow of mediciuo The fiend who murdered Miss by all.means ap will probably bo oit in a few davs. one hour before hor death. Gllsby mint Hiippresa the ant lias not yet been captured as most In thut section. On in- point him and let the An election of town officers was held people believe. Thero is ono negro still have enemies hero Saturday. It. M. Jackson, It. 0. in jail, but the circumstances tend to quiry of one from that section, whom we commence. Miss Grace Hacker, of Kinhmoud, is Ford, A. R. Dyehe, J. T. WilliamB and show that ho is not guilty, but place tho luvo implicit ooutldeuco In, wo nun inai thu guest of her Bister, Mrs. Joa Carr. Jacob Hackney were elected town he boro a good reputation before the MIm. on a negro named Dan Campbell, M.ittie P. Brown loft Thursday for trustees. T J. Cannifax, who lias been crime who is suonoaed to bu btill hiding in dealh.of his wife. He always clMtned to Middlesboro, where sho will visit her police judge for several yean", was retho writer that If ho had a fair trial ho tho mountains near Jellico. Thero are H sister, Mrs. Parks. Mrs. Pattie Gil! will elected. John H. Marlow and Henry parties keeping a close lookout for him would hv acquitted. Them Is no discovleave in January to visit her daughter, Rouudtreu wero candidates for town and the people of tho county nnd friends erable vlclousnesa about tho darkeyV Mrs. Dr. Joo Itogers, of Hloomington. marshal; Roundtree did not desire tho of the deceased have ofierod SIOO reward appeariincu or demeanor. On this space. It belongs to Ind. Mies Pattio Bonzley has returned place, but Marlow electioneered all day On last Sunday evening a German and have petitioned the governor to aid a visit to Danville. Mrs. ICII Mont- as a republican and when the polls were jrom by tho name of Wenninger, belonging to them. on Tennessee gomery and daughter, Miss Lizie, of ready to clone, on a count it was found tho German settlement DEATH OF THE FLOWERS. Itidcc. five mile from this place, receiv Nashville, visited Mrs. II. A. B. Marks- Marlow was ono vote ahead, Roundtree bury this week. Mr. John Logan loft having voted for him. Marlow then vocd fatal stubs In tho uubiblloal region, niULUM II LLKN HKYANT. Tuesday for Cincinnati.' Will Walker ted for himself, making a majority of from which ha died about tt a. i. Mon- linn melancholy d.if are come, the saddest of the The returned from the mountains. Mrs. two in his favor. year, day morning. Particulars are meager J. I. Hamilton visited Marksbury this Of wailing ltuli and naked woodi, and mcadotvi and hnrd to get hold of. It appears that .THE. MIDDLEBURG. Misses Lackey, of Stanford, row n and acre. pome mill hands and the German were wek. The of the stove, the autumn Heaped In the hollowt who were the guests of Mies Mattie I). G. Klliott is moving back to his on a general spree and tho mill hands leavet lie dead; returned home Thursday. Miss farm. were slashing around with opeu knives. They ruutle in the eddyinj gust, and to the' rabNan Harris entertained tho Sunflower bit's (road. Montgomery, of Lincoln, Eld. J. 1'fonnlngcr sat down in a chair and fell Club Tuesday evening. About 20 cou- has rented the Elliott property and will The robin and the wren have flown, and from the over on tho lloor. It wni first supposed bruit the Jay, ples wero present. take possession Jan. 1. And by reading it each week from those present that tiio fall w ns causcall the crow through all And from the Ten of the preachers of Khnira, X. John McDanlel, of Yosemite, has gtuomy day. by intoxication, but on his soon beed the Y., headed by Rev. Thoma K. Ueeoher sold his stock of merchandise to a Mr. Where are the floweri, the Ur youug flowers, ginning to grosn it was found that he have declared against Sund.iv funerals. Carie, of Pulaski, and ho has taken waj stabbed as stated. Dr. James Westhat lately sprang and stood They agree that, except in cases of ex- charge of the store. In brighter lij;ht and toller airs, a beauteous sis ley was Hent for, hut could do no good. treme necessity, they ought to be avoidterhood Ulven Meade is an atpirant for a po Wenninger was said to bu harmless and ed un general principle.. If this objecAlas' they art) all in their grates; the gentle sition on a whisky barrel under G rover's to drink. Depvery clever, but inclined of flowers tion is based on tho impropriety of de W. T. Coulter and Mc- Are lying In their lowly beds ilh the fair and administration. uty Sherill Wheat went outnud arretted livering funeral discourses upqn Sunday, Dowell Jones aro said to be aspiring to good of ours. David and George Delk, charged with possibly the ministers are right, as their where they lie; but the cold tho same position, while tho writer The rain is falling rain doing the cutting, and they were brought time is presumed Dkckmbkr to be occupied in could bo induced to accept anything to town. They were indicted and are preaching to their congregations or visit- from a a day job to a position in the Calls not from out the gloomy earth the lotely ones agaiu. now in jail. Their trial, wu learn, is set ing tho sick. They might, therefore.be president elect's cabinet. for Thursday. and the tloUt, thev perished loug The reasjnably oxcasod for heeding the ' Mcllenry McMullin, a brakeman on Thero aio gloomy forebodings among Scriptural advice as to letting tho dead amid the tho Kentucky Midland, was killed in a And the brier roJft and the orchid died cituuns of this section bury tho tho .Is the best place-t- o buy your. dead, Ac., or they might with that Casey county, if the does not pauso some show of reason claim that it was a wreck near Georgetown, lest Thursday. Itutonsummer glow; , and the aster In the the hill the Ho was a Bon of M. S. McMulr.n, of and change ber court.., will soon gain an useless waste of time to bo devoting wood, the and was 215 yoars of ago. He And the yellow sunflower by the brook in autumn unsavory reputation. Human life seems Sabbath to eulogies of tho departed. beauty stood, His releaves a wife but no children. ho already remarkably uncertain in to The question of tho right of a minisas frost from the clear, mains" ere brought hera and interred Till lell thethe plague on men, ceW heaven this county. Tho oxcitement had (scarce- terial olllcer to decline to recognize falls a law church cemetery. "Litly been lulled over tho late attempted that waa not passed by a constitutional in the Christian was familiarly known And tho brijhtnes of their smile wtts gene from His store is now full to overflowing with everything that is nice and tle Mac " as ho upland, glade ami gleo. awaisination between here nud Middle-burmajority, has been the subject of much and the killing at this place before discussion, and thu recent opinion of here, was u good boy and his many And now, when come the calm, mild day, as still useful for Christmas Presents. His line of these goods consists of evfriends regret to hear of his 6ad fate. erything, including such da) t will come, tho people arc again startled by other Judge Pryor has been' read with interest. On last .Saturday nigl t Some of the republicans hereabout, To call the squirrr I and the ba from out their lawless atls. The American and English Kucyelop.rHder W. A. Gibson preached at Ca- uia of Law makes this reforence to tho after moping around for some six weeks Whenwinter home;dropping nuts i heard, tho' the sound ol school-housSeveral vain to find some way out of rpenter's Creek all the trees are stMl, o 9 subject. It is the right and consequent- trying in i Jjooks, vases, m oy uuiis, c.c, ana jie nas mariceci mem at prices to oung men, after taking seats for a short ly their trouble, .have set themselves to An. twinkle in the mhoXv tight the water-- ef the the duty of thu judicial tribunals to "" purchaser. His stock of Clothing, l.oots, Shoes, Hats, caps, time, got dp and left the house. As they determine whether a legislative enact prophesying all manner of evil for the who.i suit the . future if the democratic party, and tVo The south w md Uio pasted out the elder, hb a gentle rebuke. ment drawn in l&c,. is replete with bargains beyond the whisper of cotnpetion. fragrance it question in a suit pond- - people generally. It is plainly evident ,, . .......... and remarKei niHi no it""" I And sighs 10 find them la the woott and ty the imp luilfim flmin la I. i unit " .. ' , . tlie republican party has no merit preach to a walking audience, Itnine-stream ua mo unittHi tatos or ol the that will Kiiiuuou oi : rely only upon tho mistakes of And then I think of ene who in fcor youthful and diately after thy got outside seven win- .state, and if found to declare it inopho knocked for future victothe democratic party beauty Uid dow lights were punched and erative aud void." This view is ries. The fair, meek fctoaiim that grew H.i and faded by out of the sash and broken. As the men by uumoroui decisions in tho It H reported that a stranger passing ray side innide left the house to apprehend the Supreme Court of the U. S., aoJ in the Kidd'x Store, ono day last week, told n to the cold, jnoist ectr.li vtv Ul hir, when the fordepredators tho party ran oft" aud throw court of Maine, Now Hampshire, est east tho leaf, Ver group of republicans that hail congregalovely shOHUt have .i that one stones back at the hoiiBe, several of them mont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Now tho report of the late dem- And we weptbrif. ted there that life sa Milking ity As it i not fully ascertainYork, I'enmtyjvauia, New Jersey, .Mary- ocratic victory waa a hoax and that it Y.t not unmeet it was that ie Miu that dear ed how many of the party are really guil- land, Virginia, Alabama, i friend o! fruts, Georgia, Flori- hud actually turued out that Harrison ty, their names will not be given at pres- da, Kentucky, ToniifeMee, Ohio, Indiana was the successful man instead of Cleve- So cntlu and so beautiful, should perish with the flower-.ent aud Illinois. Further reference is made land. They procured a couple of anvils MaKIN-E- , I'rinted in toxins intmory of a desoted and true and burned a keg ol powder and halloo-w- l wife gave J. D. to the subject as follows. V jury at Uirmingham We cannot "The courts will tako judicial notice themselves hoarse. Uooo 15,000 damages against Itobnrt VYIXJL. A LARGE SUPPLY of the journals of the legislative Houses, vouch for tho truthfulness of this, but James J. Faran, ono of thu founders Long for aliniating hiM wife's nfiectlons. for and if it should appear from thoso rec- confess to liavo heard a number of wllat of the Cincinnati Kmiuirer, died, aged 1b rich the verdict is good Ah Ix)iig ords thut any act did not receive the req- wo took to be anvil shots iti that direc- u:;. the amount. George L. llugley, the manager who Gen. llotiiy Oray, onu of tho few uisite majority, or that in isspect to it tion one night last week. htole $100,000 from the nited States surviving members of the Confederate the Legislature did not follow any reCompany, wai sentonced to '2 Favetco county haa fixed the salary Conuress. ami brieadier general in tho quirements of tho conaiitution, or that of years in tho ponitentiary, at Davenport, her cimntv attorney nt $1,500. Confederate army, died at his homo in in any oUa respect the act was not Millionaire Amour, of Chicago, la. lie pleaded guilty. adopted, the courts may act Coushatta, La. Hut arc prepared to. A big row lias been kicked up in made that city a gift representing Mrs. Matilda Crump, of Greenup upon this evidencu'and adjudge tho statovor tho question whether includes a new This North Dakota county, who murdered her husband last ute void." This is supported by decis- building and an endowment of $1,100,-00- prohibition ehall be resubmitted. BishMarch, has been sent to Frankfort to ions of the courts in Illinois, New York, Tlie building will be known as the op Shanley, of the Catholic Church, , term in tho poniten-t'ar- Michigan, Alabama, New Hampshire, serve a seven-yearArmour Institute and will be to Chicago started tlie rumpus by writing a letter' New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Inli- for her crimo. what the Drexel Institute is to Philadel- opposing prohibition. Aiken, R. 0., Tom Lamar, tho ana, (jniifornm Hnu Louisiana. Hits Ian j phia. At Kenton is in the throes of a great "Kaolin King," was shot and. killed by guage is also used: highest recorded "speed over big social ticnsation. A popular young The "An unconstitutional act is not a law; Mayor 11. A. Chapee after ho had shot locomotive was made ono lady, who has been a reigning belle in confers no right, it imposes no duties, achieved by a .At the mayor aud probably fatally wound it day last week by a compound engine on local society for several seasons past, it allbrds no protection, it creates no ofed the town marshal. tho New York division of tho Philadel- gave birth to a "bouueing baby boy" in Missouri has three aspirants for fice, it is, in legal contemplation, as j a few nights ago. Heading system, when it cov- a crowded as though it had never been phia aud Cabinet ofilco and a largo delegation 37 seconds. Tills is at the ostrich raiser of Honolulu will An ered a mile in from that State took up much of Mr. passed." terrific rate of 1)7 miles an hour and exhibit a bird at the World's Fair that is Cleveland's timo Tuesday. Gpv. Francis He is 8 feet 0 A cyclone passed over the region almost i Baches tho theoretical 100 miles a wonder and a terror. wishes to be secretaty of war or the In- near Summit, Miss., cutting ""Prescriptions filled it all hours, Call on him when you want a" a path 300 an hour, which boiuo believe Is to be inches high, weighs 3S0 pounds and can terior, Congressman Hatch, Secretary of yards wide. Five persona were kiUed tho ordinary speed of the fast trains of kick 21 times, more or less, during tho good smoke. Agriculture, and Editor Chas. H. Jones, snap of a kodak. He isjianicd Jumbo. tho future. and many injured. Secretary of tho Interior. ! lands, Watche j .iflflM CLOCKS, Jewelry, Silverware, NOVELTIES. At Danks', the Jeweler, THE MOST COMPLETE i i bt Prices The Lowest. ifl i jcj nonsriE-s- evil-doer- terror-strikin- ; JA.IJUU 14 QA Your Eye I J.SOLOMON, You Will Be Repaid. I) El-k- iu, t. J Hustonville Merchant, wood-to- p ? F. M. WARE'S, CHRISTMAS ll.-t-.--- 1 I I wind-flow- er law-lovin- g golden-rod- Yo-Hom- ite, : GOODS. g - e. Plush Goods, Dolls, Drums, Toys, l ..,,.., b, i.i . 1 ... imt-ie- . E'V"E3I"5rBOI3"' HST"V"ITE33D. aup-porte- d J XX J jLjL J& J Jm . . KY, . NOT HAVE OF Kx-p're- CHRISTMAS : TRIX, five-stor- y 0. s' y Furnish Anything intheDrugLino I I ball-roo- 1 I Remarkably Low Prices. " '& WVl' .Sf" ", srwTtirw-rnt-wyivvfiiif- , ijgftr-- ,' fF Tjftm&W!:'m VJ '" 'P;Pt5,,,, Semi-Week- ly Interiokjijiiin AT FEEDING LIVE STOCK Published Every Tuesday and Friday SB PffiR YKAli INA1J V 32.50 will f Falls a successful l , i. ueccs sity be ngoo one Iu mtmi ieTl ,n the start, To nllow an anui.m ui trmke a slow growth and thffi s ,uf flcionLdevplop.iicnt ha leu Muhed In this way to, feed It f. c ...i will cnpYALii.?.! a add to the cost to such un ify f VS1 .it that BfC?WCt V in many case- no profit win ! realized Stock must be kept ttmi and growing in order to secure .urU maturity The stock should as fur as possible bo ready for market at .1 certain age hot's at not over t?n nifmth. cattle at not over three years, in a majority of tases two and a half Is better One decided advmittige in keeping stock thrifty is that a better advantage can be taken of the markci than In any ithor way Yet. at the same time, in many cases it is a good plan to feed to a certain season, being ready to sell, however, whenever a rcal'y profitable price can be realized The food supplied should always bo A Cream of Trttr Baking Powder. II ghest ot selected to produce the results desired United State in leavening strength.-Latin the best manner possible, chancintr Government Feed Report. or varying as may seem necessary or ROYAL RAKING POWDERCO, 106 Wall street, New York best to secure that end in the shortest time and at the lowest h ' feeder must in a t K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. moasnm determine the ration that ho can most Train leaves Uowunil at 7:00 a m., returning economically supply, as with oue some materials may be used that with others S'l!&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. would prove too costly Tho feeding 40pm must be dona regularly, la Mail train going North liberally and South.., uipm 1156 pm systematically, working to accomplish Express train" South ... 3 to am North the end in view in an economical, busine7 ii Local Freight North .... ss-like manner. ...4 4JPm Soutn Hut to all of this must be added stock The latter trains also carry pastengers. The above if calculated on standard time. Solar capable, under the treatment outlined, irae it about ao minutes laster of producing something rather above tho average, as it is only by this plan QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. that the largest results are nrofltnblo. The farmer that gives his time to take Trains pass Junction City as Jollows: AC Special u:$sam ; Fast care of and supplies his feed to a class p m ; New Orleans Limited 3:30 p. m.; Mall ta:s of stock that, when ready to market, It SDeciai MOP m m.; lllue will not, Special 3:0 Q it C. with the 'treatment given, bo (Iran Snecial 6 '00 a m. : Cincinuatl Limited 3 ao only of average quality, must be willp m.; Fast Mail u.33 p. m, ing at present prices to accept small profits for his trouble. SALE. LAND The careful feeder understands that Forty Acres of Land, 4 miles South of Stanford, the value of his time and of his feed is half cleared, balanco in timber, pood orchard, two the same, whether they are fed to good, never falling pnngs, and a 'uialr h ouse. thrifty stock, or scrubs, but even with - jiuiwiih.wwi 59tf scrubs much better results arc possible if proper care is taken in doing this Coal Co., work. Prairie Farmer. Branch Jellico I . JaTWhen not o paid A.M On he charged V To .Srctirn Harly Maturity A Imuli .Must lie Kept llirlrrv It is evident Hint with some emsscs of stock the farmer win, leeris for mnrltot nnd realizes n pro lit ntiml do n pood ninnr things At tin. t4 t, i be v , 1 - The taws of heal h tig' 1 (nr .l.,bu not tn a way to in ot n an ,ractltl are never llluitrat " Ivlng exam, Irs, which Complete In I'verjr Detail anil Tot Not manvcaicsmUhla.li be 'out If tch v Kls.Sti s.OtN Very Kxpenslse. ar who has Just c nia. l a cold was brought b all could hear tho lou foro the school This barn is 40.04 feet, with shod at- cough and knowso thai significance; ate dry, thli t n Its tached, 20x20. Fig. 1 shows an end white coating on the t mtue, and later, as the eel. MAR5TI Ikowl.ml developed, see the im waiery especiotali view of tho main barn nnd shed. Fig. and thin watery discharge from me nose, not 2 contains tho horse stable. S; at tho them would eer fo'Bt what the firat a cold were 1 e whnlar should then b right of tho stairwny, N; cow stable, ( Hugh Remedy Ir S; sheep or calf starlc in tho corner, given Chamberlain even a aevure cold oly, thai I will sell nrtviitnlT mv of 41 Acres. 1 mile could be all might see that d days, or at least greatly putt, it is ironi urabiclMiil un ins one at the right of cow stable, 10x24. In cureit Inwhen or two nroorlr tr ated as scon as the furl gool land and well In pi.ntsl ( with good dwelling, this stable, K is tho ford racks mid W symptoms appear 1 his remedy is fimous lor Its vrn, lney .r :, water A II n me en the water tank. 11 Is a box stall in the curia of ceughs, celds anil crup It Is made es premises ur itdi. ineat Crh Orchard IOIIN DR NAKDI. 65tl pecially for these illsenies and is the most prompt horso stable, 13x10. The stairs leading knowu reliable metli-inabove arc inado tight, the top and bot- and most and so cent b Hies fursalcbv fertbonur. Dr M L as Druggist and rip uirn, Stanford, Ky tom steps being hung on hinges to lift kirne, LEVEL GROUND BARN. 1 ioici on fo For Smlm I 'IDIEILNrTO. 33 Kor the painless extraction of teeth and other minor surgery. 1 nave ie en its vtttut sumclirt-l- y H. C. MOUOAA', D. D S. to know , on-o- aymp-toms- Farm For Sauls. FAIUI FOR SALE. wiltaell pnvatelrmy Karmot jo Aires on the Dsnullefc Stanford pike, llitei milts from Stanford. It is well tmpinvetl, with tlwt llnp o? live n iis, new bant anil all ouilu'!J'- alaa has fiuo spriiig. Call on me ou the premises or auiiresws ma i Atantnrti, Kv 6 KUOKNK KF.LLKV I mill-rate- Go to Earp's Art Gallery s ph. lnrsih. t ik'i Ha kettfw'up It will cet yoit nothiinr and will surely do you To have with all the gevUif yti hae a cough, cold or any trouUe with y throat, chest or lungs Dr King's New Dlct-ertl far Contumpnon, Coughs aij Colds is ta glxerelielor money will be itl back And will give sou good satisfaction. Sullercrs from La Grippe found it Just the thing ir A KARP. Stanford and under Its use had a speetly and perfect recev crv. Trv a umnle buttle nt our cidshsc and learn fat yourself just how goml a thing It Is Tri free .11 A R. Penny's drug store. I. orge slicjo cents and $1. IANKOKD. KY gar-antee- Now Try This THE RILEY Latest Improvements, 9-- F. B. iilLBV, Troprtotor, London, - - - KontuokviNl 1 hiv moved to mv new Motel and am bettn ireparcd than ever to accommodate the public I.ivcryatiahd and every convenience desired. OWe me a sail. HOUSE Good 77 ifbttls FIRST NATIONAL BANK . PRANK Rll.KV. POWDER est " Absolutely Pure 'i da I IP cost-Eacm-ea- s KIO. 1. i SZk. KXD VIEW OF Il.VKV. ....-- up antl form a receptacle for oats. The barn floor, l is 10x40, with a water tank, . V in one corner, having a hinged lid to keep out chaff, tlust, eta The cow stables contain 10 stalls, entered by two outside doors, also a manure door at the end, not shown in cut. O is tlio granary, 11x10. The water tank, V, in "T T V- D H South-bound-- O ss North-boun- FOR VJt. B 1 rmi F s IipIi 1 or ,norty Korsalebv to the fac j iiv iubllc s invited In Stanford National lUnk ihtt lists ' -r U t the sef the ationsl Hank Act depositor are secured not o y by the capital tttKk, but bv the slockhoMers liability lor an smaunl equal t the stock.se that depositors ol this Institution arc se'iited by a fund of $ 00,000. One bottle at Klectru siM he was iiiiHrahle Five sworn statements of thoeonditnu of the bank loo's rnkaS4lte are made etch yearto the Uulted States govern trie lHtler an.l ostc ho II A R nMiny, drug S Mretl him e .lirely uiettt and Itsasacts are esamlnetl at stated nines ny government agants, thus securing atldititons ist mil pet feet safety to tleposiloia. Doslrod Information. This institution, originally established as ths Deposit Honk of Stanford In tljS, then W'm tleMte ts .f the itHpr tietl as the National Hank ol StanftsrU in 1V65. and He the supertHni) Iter ht the the I'trit National Hank ol gain w iH ainl Stanletil l.til ;t A'L'otfia uninter- in tuiu, Du nth ahtl rtiftej oxistenceofhas had nracticallv an SMpptlcd Milwaukee aed M I' ii. js yesrs Ills better ' II h the N' la. trains Iimvt aew with IsclhtiM (or Iran tsct;7.jr business ptempt MlMa;t4i and Du ly and liberally than ever before in its long and t Chicago Stall- - for S I iel OiawiHe Return ItoooraWIe career Account of csf ponsMoas, lutli with Pullman t i. si dralgn II. Dining tleepers ami Coach firms and Individstals roapocflMty lollc-te- d. Ii is tltr only rente Car Service is iti.m ji . Hieh lvth I'allman Ve- Coas t h the Pacific ot The Directory el this Hank is I' a Tottrrn Cars are itttuled, meratetl trim Chirstaw viaH Paul withwot clmtup T.J Poster, ot Stanford; Pamphe'ts giylng valtf',1 lH)ttrailu Ban be Kun't Knd, Lincoln county ; piIi sitm o yossr nearest obtained free ttptm J W. ltaydest, Stanford; ' rono, ttcaerai iMsten ticket asenl, or to J HI t llsuhman, Lincoln, ger and Ticket Ageti'. M.J. Milter, Mt. Vernon: Cuc-l- tn n Snlvo. S T. Harris I.laoatn; , J. S. Hoaker StanUrdi The best salt e In the worH tor ems, braises ros trtier, chap ore r sit rheutu, O. A. Latkey, Lincoln) ns ped hands, chilblaiss, corns and all ski. T P. HlU, Stanford. or BO pav retjuir and positively cure piles, W r. Weteh. Saf9n!j to guv perleet utitlseiwc, ed. It is i to an Mlarm-mi- ! as ritierderetl his liter ' erriM) decree, appetite fell away anal Ns il s tlesh ami strength, T radueedin klccmc Hitters cured hint. ht! &ward shepherd. ll.trrt'l"itc. " ' running s re un hie lgof tig ! ind Usetl three loitlefof Kletrit IIHteis ami iMit Iv and hi" even hoses of llucklen's ArnMa leg is sound and well' John Speaker CaUwki hatl five large frvrr soics nn hw Ug; ilitctnis S. II Cliffonl, New Cissrl, Vm , wis Imibletl with Nettialgm an 1 Khenmatism, M stomach Specimen Cusou. lft Capital Stock Surpluu A . . S200.000 Notico to tho Traveling Public. I 20,000 THIS SHEtTON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Motel one of the loons In the State, open day and night; bests, man meets all trains. In connection with anight HouV have also one el the best Mineral wells In the SUU and for referenselo water call on Mr. uid.Mii O W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. I'Uyd V.tin, rnn . A A. Warren, Stanford, D L. Proctor, C II Iraum.Mr and Mrs T. Dr V. Mamll on, Rowland, Mr ami Mrs V. II. Johnson, fttw Haven, Jin Cox. Oreensburit Kates Jj pel day J M. I'etrey, clerk (Jive me a call I. W CAKRIKR.Prop Viy have iiad '' i 11 H pb i8. XCK 1 rldo-cian- -- firss-cla- l.it oen-ipese-d rhiet, u will deliver Ice every mnrning tn families in SUsnfordand vicinity at c cents per too pounds j., ,r, ,, (utino at ins rale 01 eo cents, and under jm pownds at ihr rate of s cents I call si(cll attetuieti to the jehn llrenati lrowttig Co. s Celebrated I X L, (leer, for whie-!,?'Will fjruish in ithc' keger bonk. Write ? ntices for Ijtf K imKMKR.Stfaford, Ky MDBEER. .. lokn II. Cattleman A (5 At-tt.c- Lanhar fer tMHp-tlo- " ' ,lor' t ,' ROYAL fnsupance Company, P LIVEUPOOL. BA1113EE&0ASTLBMAN MANAGERS, "' ' lu -V G tC Miners and shippers of the GENUINE APPLYING MANURE. Original Jellico Coal. Try it We are the sole agents for Stanford .andOffice corner ot Depot street and railroadrossmg. I0OINS & WATTS. Rowland. THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANVOHD, KY., used as a fertiliser ar genMers lloue. has been supplied with J. Shepherd, in Farm, Field and Stock- erally very profitable. They supply man. potash to stimulate tho neries of the A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, growing plants and are thus a true maGOOD THING TO HAVE. Buggies, Wagons, nure. In contact with clay soil they Kxrolleiit I'rauKi for Til king i;p liberate the phosphate of lime, with ps ...i 1. I..it.r Ihnn pier An " " u ruuimers 0111 public with supply the manure they hasten decomposition. It lUrlietl lVIre. prepaia. To take up barbed wiro Is a most dis- does not pay a farmer to produeo less ALL. KINDS. RIGS OF agreeable duty that has to be done on on his land than it is capable of proPersonal ant! prompt attention given to Weddings, most farms where a temporary fence ducing. A large crop exhausts its ferFames and llurlak. has been thrown uround a crop for a tility more than a small one. but the I W. GREEN, Proprietor. yeav or two. Those who have done it cost of harvesting the large one is very AL. UURNS, Manager ... . iini by winding it back on tho spool by "tin- - iiiuti: .1 in.ui t. coins in tiiarvcsi. u ii liRnd, have torn and lacerated the lat- - small crop. Part of the proilts from the larger crop can be used In restoring the fertility of the land It Is only when there Is a profit from crops to reAsho 1 growing plants, and tho other is that the coarser or Insoluble portions that remain on tho surface will act as a mulch and help materially to prevent Injury by thawing and freezing. It Is often the case that both the meadows nnd pastures arc cropped so close that tho plants are Injured ery seriously " by the thawing and freezing. One of the best plans of manuring is by applying on the grass lands. Of EUSTB BOWELL, course where this is done a regular system of rotation should be followed up. STANFORD, KY., n mu name nmo wiin good manageHouse, Sign, Decorative Painter ment and proper manuring land may and Paper Hanger. bo kept in grass for several yean, withfurnished. out a change. ' Estimates Country work solicited. With both meadows and pastures, by J.H.YEAGER keeping the soil rich a better growth I.M.ORUCi: can be secured, nnd this implies the keeping of more stock and the making BRUCE & YEAGER, of more manure. STABLE, If manure is applied early to grass. It jflBT, FEED AHD will work down on the soil so that it will not interfere with the growtli of STANFORD, KY. the grass tho next spriug. However, an.l r July 1st if applied in large lumps some damage TheaboVc firm wcntinto-ffethe patronage ofth spectfull' ask. a may be done to the plants by smotherpublic ing them. Ily a little care in spreading, so that it will be scattered evenly NEW RIGS AND HORSES over the surface, this may be avoided rebcenpurchaiedand nothing but urmirsecaro must be taken not to louts will leave the stable. haul out when tho soil is soft as considerable damage will lie done in this Give tlicm a Call. way. Jlut there will be plenty of op37 portunity for hauling out manure during the winter onto the meadow s and MYERS HOUSE pastures, when no injury will bo done by manuring and the soil is in good condition to derive the benefit from the application. The fincrthe manure, P. W. GREEN, Prop. and the more evenly it is spread, tho tetter will be the results secured. X. This stable, which Is run n cnnectlon with the ROWLAND, KV., HARDWARE, IN CROCERIES, DEALER n..ni. n.l Shoes. Clears and Tobacco. Ohio Salt for sale by the barrel. Will take couti .River...i..-- .. in ..rliiniHi far pnoas at market price reliable Ilrodhead To I im also asent lor the old Roods in baccos and will keep full line or these aian'onl moc. and all I ask of the merchants o! and I will orders and HowUndlstuglve me their nut the good-- . In their houses at Factory prices. Thanking the public for liberal patronage, 1 atk a aoutlnuonce of same, ami "mVn,,Tii "ILION, servant. STW During the latter part of the fall and early winter is one of tke best seasons for applying manure to grass lands. There are perhaps two advantages in this; one Is that durincr tho winter ti, rain and meltinj show will aid materially to carry the soluble portions into tho soil in a condition to be used by the How to Secure tho Ilest Itesults rrom 3Ieaclowa and Fastures. pVzp v jv of GibA ion of Mr M D Pussor. a menhaatrhctim-tbvalllkletl wiih raltar, N. C , wa so far a year r tsttire as to be unable to wsk or goloshoil Ills tathor cooeludesl to t'V ( Hretl n Pain Halm on the bey It . himandhrf has since walkod iK s for and baek every school dav. jo cent sale ly Dr M L itouriwt, ursiggm sac vi' nun, ittasford, Ky ' slfFH'KKk i.S. Hocker. President; W ! Ths. Siaahml John J. MaK.t Mrts, Cithtsr; A MclC.oeov, AtHtunl CjsM'. tllt" hl Farmers Bank&Trnst OV STASKOKD..K.V., Is how lolly Go. r- nrganne 1 and resdy ler boentets with - s w 1 h l no. u. sheep stable, is made suitable for dipping sheep. The shetl part contains a haymow, shop, tool house, wagou shed, watering place, corn-criand harness room. Mis b tho wagon shed, 8x20; corn-crl- U. sx7J: II, trough. Fig. .1 harness room, AV, 4x12: water 5 SUCCESSOR toTIIK LINCOLN N'ATIO.VAL HANK OK STANrOUD, Now cltng up) with the same assets and undtt he same management. Dy provisions of its chatter, depositors are as fully protected aa aie depositor lu National Kanks, it shareholders being held individually liable to the extent ol the amount of their stoca moreh, colic and cholera therein at the par value theieol. In addition to lb For pain In the sto-as amount invested In such shares. It may set as bus there is nothing belter thsn rhaml-rla- ili Cholie, Ch..lera aod Diarrhtra Kerned) For sale ciccutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as by Dr M L. Uourne, Druggist antl Opticus. sn individual, To those who entrusted their hulstness to ui Stanford, Ky. while mnagioj; the Lincoln National Hank ol Sun ford, we we here lender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact iheir business with us, offeiing as guarantee fer prompt attention to same, our twentv year esuerteoce la SURGKOy DENTIST. banking and as liberal accommodations as are con sound banking. sistent with Office over Set cranecft Son Store, Main street, Stanfard. dihictors: J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; aa lek, we ? )str Casterta. When alio waa a Chlbl, she cried for Cnntorfa. Whon alio became Mlw she citing to CruatwlA. When aho bad ClilMren, Mia pf Mtthom CastorU. "hen Ilahy Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - $20.000. 9,000 Commerce Buildingr, Louisville Ageats threujthout the South. "W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Ayont, bTANrOltl). KV rilK STAN JRD Co. Watertight and Ice ter A. S. PRICE, lias contracted with reiponsihlc firms for il plants and will has the Ice and Klectrk Plauttcomple ted in about slstydavs; the Water Plant .000 if. In order to tilaco individual ami..... 1. vaoic for Water and Electric Llirhi. r offers the following Necessary water plpea will t laid, mains at actual cost lor pine and wortconnected ttRfftiJ il.iC..' k i the second story of shed. T. 10x20, is for storing away rakes boes, picks and other farm implements. The other part, also 10x30. is the shop. Foreign is J. Dealer lo M. Mall.Stanlord; J. S. Lynn, Stanford; J, S. Owslty, Stanford; S.J. Erabry, Stanford; listure fur,Titbt. ot b"t 1uilIr and iusrsntred to gl The schedule of adopted rate j (reran to to per cent, lower than is usually Klven l,rLput ,B ui nished free charge n'e'y " and Domestic Fruits, -- Sa-- V ' Confectioneries. Ac Oysters and Celery alwa on hand and erved nt all hours baker and can lurmsh Mas with him a firil-clii- t St Ilread. Cakes and the like on short notice. A. W. Carpenter, Mllttdgevllls; J. T. Cash, Stanford; William Cooch, Stanlord, Ky S II. Shanks, President. J II. Owsley, Cashier, W M. Ilrlght, Teller Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. fsucet Kach additional faucet . Stores, Hanks and Private Offices, Uaths, private, one Isucet . lime attachment lor spunkier Stables, private, one animal Each aadinonal animal. . jjj U.t,I,.ns"0r0"0,,, kach additional rrom. ... .$500 1 y Vauceu" s . M ct h w P 1 w 3. NOTICE. All person havins claims against J M. Phillips which were created before the ad day of Kebrua rv. ilas. will Dresent them to mc before Decern- - Ml m btr jth, go-- it i8, properly prorcn. M C SAUILK TrusteeJ. M Phllllis Bar hBBBmt MsMP $Miflr sCaasss. ." ......" " " " " " .., 1 00 3 00 1 on o Electric Light Rates. For commercial use 10 c p One arc and three peryesr p. I ..,,. each incindeseeni iuiriVpernio". incandescent Um t, 6 , f first-cla- is no. C is 11 lor 1 tool chest. K. work bench. V. wiaduws. I), iielow (Fig I) is simply u liallway from horse stable to watering AIGood, ComfortableHResidence, trough. Horses can be watered and taken through to wagon shed, or out On Dansille.Vt treet Cioed garden, cow jastme Applv ti. doors, yery conveniently. The cost of tanl, wain, UK lll'l.ll RKID. MRS llhirih P Alr'iRD or this barn is estimated at 52,000. J. Col7, lins, in Ohio Farmer. S",' ii Tim Profit lu FOB. HEITT. Kor each 4th 1st ad t. yl It iS. Kettdenee Use p. Ineonilosceut lamp per 1, ,f ,, ,, II M far Ii do 71 rno, . lor (tnthsr ' l.ltiwil " : " 2 so inforitMlsoH. anttlv le J W HAMlEN.Sup't.ftc Aln. Orchard, Lawn, Garden. stork of Fruit and Ornainiiit.il I rees, Price. runs shrulu, ViImts and Plain ct ' e nil our proht We b.tve no agents where their- - brln General aud Stratsbvriy un appliianun ii 111! LKNMHYKR, II. I eiing.uA. Ky small Innraii 1 lo. . - 1 FinST-CLAS- S POSTED. Tin notice forewarns hunters, fisheriuen and others iet to trespass nn our lands without per mission, as nil suh will be prosecuted lo the full est extent ol the lw hitrned. C. M.SPOONAMOORK I E. HRUCK 5? rHIOMASC. HALL STEELE IIA1LLV It. W RAINKS. JAMES G1VENS. I. S PHILLIPS. ANTON RKNACKKR CLARK RKVNOLDS M LAI KO WIT T I) NKWLAND W W. l!AV.- (i.C. I. VON KRKD HAUMANN R. L. Willi It MRS. M A MAR I IN WILLIAM J or Salic let). to 1 Dealer n 3IOKBLAND, he atjte Cattle, Shoep and Hog3 An experience of fifteen Slock Cattle and Sheep a pe u'ly. Peisnrs having any of the above dcstnbetl' slo-- k for t jlgor wishing to purchase same, will 110 will A.M. I'ELAND yeaisln this lu tines has brmor profit 10 me ud mine tcaumikt) It profit iwe totn to the luiycr j ml seller. I' ( address Stinford, Ky. ion OfiiciMt the Slyer House c." ou or address me Junction City Marble&GraniteWorks Mouse and am fully prepared to fill orders for all kind til Marble nnd tiranile work 1 h.va i n, empkiy skilled workmen from the Eait. My freight facilities can du be excelled and 1 will not be mi. ilc nek I JS JOE S. WRIGHT JOSEril COFFEV, Pro'r. HThis Hotel, renovated and refurnished, it now in my charge and I intend to condutt it aa as to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to Its long list ol friends. Special accommodations for eommercial travelers and tine roomsitor the dltploy of samples. t KOK WI.NDIXQ J'V liAKHr.Il MIRK. A lt First-Clas- s Saloon And BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached. JOSKPH COFKKY 3"-- CASH Highest cash market price for I paid Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at M.F. ELKIN&C0., xyr STANFORD. KV ter, which have been very sore for days, so that they detest the name of barbed wire. Hut it is easy to build the simple frame work shown in cut, aud screw it through the sills, A. A, to the bottom of a milk cart which most farmers have, and put the spool on the crank, C, which lifts out of the slot, C; then ono man pushes tho cart aud another turus tho crank, and the taking up of any amount of w Iro Is a pleasure and not a painful duty The upright pieces, J, 11, are framed to lean uhcad jo that when the cart handles are raised for pushing the frame stands perpendicularly, and when at rest the weighted spools rest ahead of the center so as not to upset tho cart. M. LI. C Gardner, In Rural New Yorker. can be averted. To get immediate returns, potash is necessary in some form. and. if properly used, it will enable the farmer to have a succession of large crops, thereby leaving him profitable returns, a part of which can bo used lu restoring tho soil. With small crops and no returns, the end is failure, and ashes help to supply a strong and cjuiek growth. X. K. Iloincstead. Koul store fertility that failure in farming J. II. BAUGH31AN, Have Jusfere.teda JUNCTION CITV, KY, new Marble and Granite TIRE AND STORM INSURANCE AGEN'. Repreienttng NEW KUTCIIER I Foot In H Cow. Lancaster street, where will kbep nt all timet Cows and horses are subject to a dis: lvd:3A.TS ease of the feet similar to scratches In Tia::!- -! : horses. Diseased g animations, similar that can be obtained, which I will sell at the marrefrigerator I have a tine, new, large in appearance to the heart of a cauli- ket pnte. will alwva be kep fresh and nice and'reeuts - flower, break out and excrete a thin Itn.lANVESl acrid matter. The treatment should be to dress the diseased part with caustics, such as powdered sulphate of copper (blue vitriol) or sulphate of Of.all kluds, zinc (white vitriol), rubbed up smoothly with clean, sweet lard, and gire the Made and Set Up in All Parts of animal repeated doses of one ounce the Country. hyposulphite of soda as an alterative. No Agents employed. The soda should be given every other day for a week or ten days. Farmers' W. ADAMS & SON, 1 havnjtiit opined u hrst-cl.i- s Dutcher Shop on Hartiord, of Hartford, Conn., Manchester, of Manchester, Ens'. SHOP. Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Ins. Co. of North America, " s Companies, I would 111 this line. Pol. icies promptly issued. Will insure against loinr-doe- s, wind storms and lightning Lightning without additional charge Office at r'irst National Hank, Stanford. first-clas- BEST he pleased to watt on my friends Allot which are claut-eiattach- C. D. FOWEX.X., -- MONUMENTS DUALS IN- - Gcncral -:- - Merchandise, Q!all- -- And Country Produce, AT- Voice, io-6- N0.4J Uroadway, Lexington, Ky, Ha opened Ms stock of good and la ready to serve JesseXThompson'sirBarber Shop, the people of Stanford and vicinity. He is offei I here are three of the belt ing unhuaid of liar , l it n t Karbcrs lu the State. greds at the lowest There are also excellent Hath Room j . 11 K j n. ilnJd run in conhim on Leg! n Ave nection Agent for LesinKton Steam Laundry 11 1 , . S 1 IV tfr 11- -- oemi-Week- ly t I'nt's rstsiTord. Bargain in Lincoln County Farm IIAZINO Till: IIAZKIIS. Lover tolls a good nnccdoto of an if Mild Is li.re the January. 151 Acrei; rhrk, Irishman giving tho password of tho A Vrrmnntar nnd Stanford, Ky , Dkcbmhbu 1G 1892 Another, No n Sena- productive and well .it located. Apply to battlo of Fontenoy, at tho tlmo Saxo tor, V tin Wrro Kqual to Kmerceiiolea. W K. VARNON Stanford, Ky. v ting on his lap with a luindglnm before was marshal. "Talking of basing, " wild her. Sho looked at hor fatbor n mo "The password IsSaxc; now don't for- club man tho other evening a university HI. c. WAbTON.Bus. in tho hearManaRor DR. W. B. ment, then looked nt horsolf and turned got it," said tho colonel to Fat, ing of a Kansas City Star reporter, "I'm to her mother. "Falx nnd I will not. Wnsn't my here with some emphasis nnd accent to "Mamma," she inquired, "did Ood father a miller?" MEANS BUSINESS. nay not make, me?" "Who goe there?" cried tho sontinol, withIt isparty always a success. I waa Office South tide Man. street, in office recently of studonta once who, hav a EMnn.vvi.va hi'Aulifully nnd artistically "Yon, daughter' after ho arrived at tho post WJ ,.,,. j, r iiuninan. suniora, i.y. ing set their acadenlc henrts on hazing donu at A. It. Penny'. --- -"Did ho mako papa, two?" Pat looked as confident ns possible, a rough and uncouth specimen from He Y your books mid nchool atipplics of "Yes." and, lu a sort of whispered howl, re- Vormont, retmiiod to his room about ifeWNorfolI(iWesiernB.R. a kindn from A. H. Penny, who boIIh Then she took another look In the plied: "Hags, yer honor." Gripsack. 11 o'clock one night to perform theso or m nt pumh'ucr priucfl. glass at herself. rites. There wcro seven of tho InTim Modern Mrtli'iil. Uavk your watch, clock nnd jcweiry "Well," she wild, thoughtfully, "lie's repaired nt A. K. Pcnny'n. All work Hrowu And so that young woman is vaders, including myself, and wo Schedule Oct jo, iSg doing a good deal better work lately, warranted. going to bring an action for breach of collcoUxl in tho corridor outsido the isn't llo?" Dotrolt Free Prose. Urmkmhkk tlittnll nilvonvare, wntoliw. promise against you? Did you ever froshman's door. In order to bo LEAVE NORTON UAILY rins, Ac., bought nt A. It. Poiiiiv'h will Mlplwrnl Sympathy. in our entrance, at a given writo any compromising letters to hor? )u engraved free of chnruu. 1:30 pm far Graham, Mr. Te.vtly My dear old friend. I am Oreon Never wroto a lettrof any signal wo hurled otimdves against tho ntcrniedmte stations Dluoficld, I'staWonas ami portal and burst it in. I recall a feelshocked and grieved to notice that tho kind. 1000 am lor llluefield, Uadlerd, Roanoke, and Lynchburg, Norfolk. destroying angel has visited your home. Hrown Then you're all right. She ing of prido as the door went in at tho Koaroke) for Richmond and Hatfersiown,AIa (via Washington, ilarrW-.mr- c Old Hornier What do you mean? bucccm of this first step, but nothing can't prove anything. I'liiladclphia.ind New York. Pullman Sleepioe Cars from tauhtiUn lo Nordistinctly afterwaid. Mr. Tu.vtly I was alluding to that Green Can't she? Whonever I called and Radford, alto RaSlord t "In the dim religious light that folk via Norton Shenandoah junction, alo Rd-I- c "V1. New York, via clKwh,k;h J ,aro weRrinjf. sho got her brother to take snap shots rd to Washington; atao from lyochburr to (looking at his Eifted through the curtains from tho of us with his kodak. Iloston Globe. ...... swinging moon wo lwheld .1 long, -. .. .. f Wftl nillVbK'tli wllllkensl 1 must have traded hats 'lraln Jor Pocahontas. Powhatan nnd rjel. iiimwii "I ' lnrU of i:pellrnU. sparse, and nieagor Iwing who tlow out will leave llluefield daily ate 10 a m,s jo a m, c t No kind of stock will pay such profits with that fellow in the barbershop. Hoy Grown folks is such fools. First Life. of bed and fell upon us. He was silent p luand 715 piu. 6 on tho cost as a Hock of t Leave lilucfield 10 a m daily for Kennva iml Second Hoy How? ns a bulldog, but quick and Arrive pm sheep. To Illustrate: Two years ago Killing l'unnloii. Tim First Hoy Jns' hear 'em making ull ns a cat I never saw such a ferocious Columbus, O.trains for Columbusand25 intermediate Additional Welch creature. sUtions on Elkhorn In buying some feeders I got among Young Wife I wish you would take that fuss 'cause tho drinking-wate- r leave llliioficld 2 p m daily. Trains arrive at Norton from the East, daily them n rathor small'slzad ewe, and in a tiny off awl help me bring up all those smells bad since the rain. They don't Tho whole atTair did not last 10 minutes, c so p m y ' nnd its cIo?o found myself and theothor la Forp m and (nlormat:on sorting them out in tho Into fall I jars of fruit I preserved last year, and scorn to know 'nough to hold their further a to bazars battered and bruised and out in Ac, apply to agents of Norfolk schedule, rate! houglit I would keep and brcod her, flnil some way to get rid of the stuff. noses w'en they drink. Good News. .V Western Railroad or to W U HKVII.L, tho ball 1 for there waH something about bee It's all spoiled, as usual. Gen Pas Agt Itoanole, Va. " 'I thought only ono man inhabited Stood It a Lone; a He Could. liked. Hor cost price was that Husband What's the hurry? two Tho Orator This Is u big hall to fill that room,' said n sorrowful sophomore dollars; tho next spring Young Wife I want the jars to preTAKE THE sho brought mo two ewe lambs serve more fruit. Itoston (Jlobc. with one voice. How much could you ns ho felt of his various features in an effort to measure tho distance so far as which she raised splendidly. She then hear of my speech? Italia' MhiI. met with an accident and had to be fatTho Citizen The first five minutes of he, personally, was affected. 'There aro Oiko niton s midnight drenry. tened, weighed l'JO pounds, for which I It I could hear first rate. Then 1 lost at least 10, for I counted them, to say As I wandered slow ami wrury. , got four and f consciousness. Chicago News Ilecord. nothing of tho largo African gorilla cent or W.40. Seeking for my root, soft beitelothe, Now I havo sold to an Iowa man the which threw mo out, and which I tako Holding out one turn before; . Tim Wholn Thine; in NuUhrll. jj tOUISYHtC,HtWAlBT CWCASO M ((f- lSuddenly I felt u saochtm; two yearling owes with sixty others, it they maintain as a pot' "Everybody calls you 'colonel.' Isn't Mfoek, as If my mwe r re knocking. AND "Tliero was no ono in there, however, at $8 per head. So her increase brought K Booking on my ehamtwr door. that getting to bo a good deal of a except that ono Vermontcr, nnd ho did mo SJO, making In nil. SS1.80. I think XHU It win. and nothing more. chestnut?" not oven attempt to close the door after that tho three ilecccs of wool amply The Wap. ..LINE TO. "I earned the title, sir, by faithful us, such was his contempt for our paid me for their keep. I never got a service in the army. If it's a chestnut, prowess. ADYIOH WOHTH TAKING. chance to get much education and don't Upright and Horizontal. sir, It's one with a sound colonel." presume to know what percentage I "We did not go back into his room. Chicago Tribune, realized on tho investment We could havo gone, of course, but we Stationary, jSewi Portable and Another reason, the sheep fanner has saw that it would consumo n great deal Tlirlr Way. Portable All sizes' up to 20- - more time for recreation than the. man of time and the hour was lute. Mr. Ursgg A. Dodo "(of Chicago) ..And.. who follows dairying, for instance; no horse power Yos, sir; when we people attempt to do "'Say, you Vermont man!' I said as matter what happens rain or shine, -anything we roll up our sleeves and wo wore about to leave, 'I trust you aro Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, that milk must be delivered on schedule pitch In. not mean enough to tcjKJit this to tho Finest and best Vestibulrd HulTet Slitpnig Cars Strength and Durability. time or there is a rumpus. Another Mr. Fulton (of New York) Yes, I faculty?' ad ParlcrCars cu all trains. -reason Is they are so docile and harmI like it. Como I took dinner in your ho said. have noticed it: "'Not at all,' No change of cars, best accomnicdai.ani, quick Wrlefur Free llkiuraleil Pamsdeti and your less, requiring less fencing, and if perMime and lowest rates. town once- .- l'uelt. again any time you please.' WSBU 10 For Information addrr i chance they should break Into the corn "Another tinie," continued tho racon& CO., they am not such gluttons- and will JAS. BARKER, G. P. A , Chicago. , No ICIthIh. JAMKS teur, "a party of us had been out on that V GCklsll.D 1' A.. Louisville lie who nlmscK doth love fall well night, Halloween, tearing off SI'KINC.KII I II. OZZZ not, like cattle, eat till they kill them- NEW YORK CITY We envy all, for ho sclroH, as Is often the en so. Another gates and signs, and othoiwi&o disportWill never feci his bosom swell reason is that no stock If properly Iwtl- With oruol ju!ousy. & OHIO ing ourselves after tho f.'tshion of college CHESAPEAKE Mrs. Ha.wt-i- l (after talking for a ' dud will make as much valuable ma- - quarter of an hour and getting no anPuck. We had youth tho world around. mire ami everyone knows that manure swers) Thar ye set, jest chewin' nil luought about n cord of broken store AT Till; SrAKKl.VC. I.IS)N. from sheep Is of the best. I might go ohuwin' with yer mouth nlways so full signs up to Jim Martin's room and wore on and state, other advantages, but merrily burning them in his big fire- Wacf-slngtoterbaeker yer Philadelphia 'those will sufHce. Don't understand ofMr. llajseed can't say a word. you'd .Marlar, I wish place. The ceremonies wore at their Baltimore, Now York, me that the sheep Is everything and it loam tcr chew terbaekcr. Life. height when two or three professors, exAnd all other Eastern Cities. needs no care. There is nothing to bo cited to tho movement by indignant made without close attention, and sheep Trouble- In tlip Choir. SI orU't. Line between Louisville, Lexingtotiaml townspeople, whoso signs loing ravished breeding and feeding aro no exception . iJKaMern Point. The Uttl- - xopraao shook her Hat had followed us to tho collego gated, In thf leader's whlttherrd fae to tho rule. IN;EFFFCT NOV. 1, iSoa ripped loudly at the door for admission. "Ywir aW Is teftor!" she llrrcoly hiswn. ' Something had to bo done, ns it would "Hut jour conduct, sir. Is ba-THE FARM BUILDINGS. Chlouife Tribune. nexerdoto let in the professors and : A5X10 UN IX I'clidrr Tliem t'omforlAlilt llefum Hi l.c. LtirBti those broken evidences of our guilt Atlantic Expre.s NoTaj7 jdaily..... Wurdlnc; Oll'u Hot of Muiitllim, .. 7.11pm renin Cold Sets III. ' Midland Accommodation, No. ?4. rx. Min.11.40um mound. Mrs. ltnuiMm (tenderly) A farmer should never attemnt to You can't &..VoMibuled Express No 34 daily 6.10pm "A man by tho nnuio of Jack Nesbit, Ml. Sterling Accom., No. j8, ex. Sim winter more stock than he can furnish Imagine. Charley, what a lovelv present 5.apm now a State senator in Nebra"ka, Was with comfortable shelter. Many farm- - I' going to get you for Christmas. W ET HO UN II A rr. Leaf n;Um : equal to the pinch, however. The most Celebrated Kye, Kar, rs have large farm buildings but they You'll be Mire to enjoy it. Accom., No a7,ex Sun was a rule of the college that no Lexington Express No. ar, daily "It Mr. llnuison (hastily and with apLouisville Nose, Throat and Chronic Dis- soon get out 01 repnir. a ooarii on, a ia.4epm professor should bo denied entrance to Lexington Accom. No. aj, ex Sun by one hintrr, or leaky parent Irrelevance) Maria, dear, I'm door hantrintr ijpm Q ease Specialist in the State. astibulcd hxprcts No. aj, daily 6. 10pm a room, no matter the hour, unless the roofs. Such buildings nre not com- - going to quit smoking on the iiftccnth occupant wos engaged in prayer. In Solid Vcstibuled Trains with.) Dining Cars. No fortable. The openings allow snow to of December. Kr 1 thought you'd like sift in, or give free and un- to know alxiut it at once. Chicago Stout Student Say. professor, Jones event of tho present progress of this bus tranfers Sleepers from .,Lexii.glon without Through interrupted access to drafts of cold air. News Ilccord. isn't sparring fair. He's Jiittin' below leligious exercise, the professor was change. H.W. FULLFR. (Ml. RYAN, made to wait until tho 'amen,' and In such cases a pound of nails and a thonvalst. Gun. 1'ass. Ant, Asst Gen. Pas. Agt., Cninpllinfiitmry. Mia V few hours time in repairing often saves Washington. D. V, Jones Well, professor, I've got to hit could in nowise complain. Clncliinati. Fogg My wife Is really getting com somewhere. Judge. t A) ( M'HAV. Ttrffc Wrj.r hroko into "At the first rap a ton of buy in one winter. A build- plimentary, In a loud sonorous to'no ho prayer. lug winch is simply boarded up should ro w u A ii ! o w's t h a t? Satltfitotorlly ArrU;rU. sought mercy for himself and his comhavo the cracks battened and thus t ..IF YOU ARE GOING., Fogg Why, she came mighty near Wigga Have you distributed the panions. Continuing, he beleaguered tho nindo as tight and clove as jvossible. speaking of 1113' raven locks. parts to the satisfaction of the ama- throne of grace in behalf of the college, Use steel wire nails long enough to bo ok liruwn How near, for instance? as well as the professors, singly and teurs? clinched. This takes a little longer THE Fogg Why. she said my head looked Futlltes Yes; I've arranged the cast in a body. Next the tudcnts ail but the batten will then always aaHtt!lwVK9alaEaHaEL' f nest. Hranilon Hanner. to admit of eleven Hamlets and sixteen came in for notice by name, and in hulk, tnuln close tltting, which means a like a Ophelias. We shall have to do Foloni-us- , as well as evoiy attache of tho place to warmer room and stock in letter conKntlllrd to tlir l.lmlt. Horatio, Lsuytcs, first grovo digger, the small rorson who cleaned knives dition with less fodder. The building MNs Harlem (to Miss Livewayte, of and forks in the kitchen. No one was should not he made so rlo.e as to be Chlriiirol - Frwilklv. now. don't van king and queen between us. .ludge. slighted or overlooked. Then Nesbit uncomfortable during the pleasant think mi have a verv lanre foot? A I. If tin! Souievt litre. went for tho Government, and prayed ) davs of stirluir. but there should be Mis. I.ivewayte No. I don't. If you Louisville 4 Nashvillc R. R. A Jones' wife has had no education for the nation at large: then the PresiI s free mid thoniugh ventilation when mucin nr what you learned at school, whatever. She can't even read. dent and his picssiug needs wrro the higher temerature may rerjulre lu you dit to know that every foot is IS She can't? Why he told me that named, and Divinity was pleaded with Is the line for you, a its Fodder may be eheup, but nails and entitle.! to twelve Inches. Truth. when he came home late the other night for their fulfilment; then all tho deboards are cheaper, whereas feed is she read him a lecture that made his partments and various oilicerj of State, The I'roiiil I'tttlier. gone in a single season, while buildMake cloe connections at "Ha. ha. ha!" roared Mr. N'uimp, as eyes bulge out. Texas Siftings. and when thoy were exhausted all tho ings nre a permanent invcstiuenL LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI States beginning with Maine and end1'rorldr suitable rauks and mangers to he liHiUcd his baby in the eye. Til Word t It Hour. For all "What are you laughing at?" asked feed the stock from, and do not feed Applicant You advertised for a man ing with California were Intel ceded for. THROUGH TICKETS points. J. APPLEMAN y M. D., from the ground or snow bonk. Keep Mrs Nupop. SOLD. After this Jack went to Europe, and with a vivid Imagination, sir? HAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH "At the bright tilings that Isiy would beginning with England related the the dilVetrnt kinds of stock in a se-- l Manager- - Yes. Have you one? Tlir. CKI.EIIRATEI) For any information eAuuire of p urate iuclosure. Feed regularly, and say if lie could ouly talk," said Mr. necessities of eacli government, and JOES KICK. Agent, "I have, sir. What Is the work?" Or l!v Harper's llazar. provide an adequate Mipply of fresh "Making out bills for a gas com- sought their satisfaction. From there ' W. W PF.NN. lrav Pas. AKent, be went to Asia, to Africa, limn to water. American Agriculturist. Junction City, Ky Brooklyn Life. pany." I.lkr an Old Hand. Formerly ProSrT of ra u r Mc South America, and so 011, until lie was Kditor The beginner you asked me A (juration of Drifrer, AN EFFECTIVE TRAP. drifting among tho islands which dot take mi the reportorial staff goes ut Electrical rVTcdical Collogo, Au' C.aiiin I hat Will TU. Hull Cu 11 "I'apH," said Walter, "did you say I tho Southern seas. Meanwhile the rest Knoxville, Cumberland Gap Louisville ike an oldJiaud. was cranky this morning?" TORONTO. CANADA, of us turned stokers, and crowded the CmiCliL with It. Spacer What has he done? "I'm afraid I did, my boj" signs into the fireplace, whero they Mere Is ii trim for eataliimr nnv iuinr. Now Hxaminine l'hylian of (he Kditor He has killed ott the oldest "How cranky was I? If been that will take bait For the bottom mason in the state three times this Kat, would 1 have upset?" I'dHarper'sa roared and leaped almost to the limits Double Daily Schedule, In Effect July 17,1801, Southern Medical Institute, of a general conflagration. Just as Jack use a isiard sixteen inches long. The week .ludge. Young People. was lauding at Auckland the last sides should ho twelvo inches long and K, KY. I.OUISVIU Vrr.v lw fan. splintor went up in smoke and tho dis- Ulj rV.y D'ly D'ly A Itrtur. nailed or screwed to the bottom so that r. i. A.M. Algy There goes the aw most in Will be at Myers House, Stanford Mr. Hindlegs (circus manager) What gusted professors were let in. The Knoxvillo y ... SS Sf30 tellectual fellah in ouuh set. Y 8 16 lu thunder aro you doing In the lions' prayer must have been almost an hout ? jj Tuesday, Jan. 3, and until & 5 I'h.iily-A- h: a.w long, and as the teachers filed in Nusbit 845 650 ...K. A O. Junction ... cagooutof hours? Noon 4th. Hourly. 85s 701 S9 805 Algy lie can distinguish the difMaloneyrillu Senor Mahoni (lion tamer) It's all closed with some quotation from St OH 7 J Kelutninjr every four weekt during t lie year. S05 . 53 Corryton ference between this ycah's Derby hat right, boss. I'm expecting my wife, any Mark which icfers to those wdio, seek- 9 9 726 4 5o 7 41 Dr. Applrmnn it a Kraduatrrf Ilellcvue llrntut-aI.uttrell 9 3t 7.H 7 31. " Collrg, New Vork tit), and llie and lastyonh's Derby hat. (JoodXcws. minute. l'uck. Medical ing a sign, shall iiud it not. Powder Springs ... 4'7 7 99 77 .Wasbtiurn Medical College, Toronto, Ouaila. lluhat 1003 7S9 4hj 7 11 made a tpecial study m ilie iliejn he treated u timid Atltlcr. 1018 8 J Williams Sprin.s.,., How- He Knew. A Mmpl Crrrmitny. 3H 7oo the grot llrllcvvjc jiuI Charity iloqilut lor tev Oalman 10 s S 19 "When a young man is writing a 35 rral year and recognise noiupcrinr in .!igniin; "How do you know he has a marriag-abl- e Clinch Rher. The marriage ceremony practiced by 10 27 S n 3 49 saj's a defendant in a late Lone Mountain nd treating Chronic Dlea-- j He devote all 831 daughter?" tho people of Borneo is very short and 10 J7, 8 4 Tazewell 33 a33 iu hit time to the trtvatinent of chronic and iiervout case, "he "1 saw how he gasped for breath groom nro brought 11 17! 909 Powell Hwer diteaiot of both tenet and hi nklll at an eipert in 300 007 should keep coutinuaHy before his when a gas bill was presented to him simple, undo and q 931 thia data ol caiet well ritabliihed Arthur Treat uc 4S 5S out befoio tho assembled trilie with 11 3"' o 3 ..Four St nous.. 11 a 41 5 SO mind how it would look lu print." cettlully, and awhile ago." It rook lyn Life., great solemnity, and seated side by side. 11 4s. 936 .. Aithur .. a 33 Demorest's .Magazine. Hamilton Springs..., 2 15 Si A betel nut is then cut In two by the I 57 94' 5 38 Cures SpoiiRe C'akr. Cumberland Gap. ... a 18 S o ('iliiiko Wa Willing. of tho triln?, and ouo ia o,t 9 ;o Tunnel Junrtion 9 45 Do you call this sponge medicine woman M 5 IS Chrcnic Catnrrh, Klnciu; in Kart It will project two inches for the Mistress Acute nnd i'7 foot ...M. II. Junction a 05 4 59 half is given to the bride nnd the othet ia 16 1005 laysmith (worsted in a discussion) Oealneti. Ihtuateo r.)e, har, Nose, ltiro.il cake? Why, it's as hard as can be. aoa 5S to rest on while settlug the trap. Use 01 well. I won't argue with a fool. I. une. Kidney. Urinary and llladder troutdet. half to tho groom. They begin to chow 11 ? 10 ia ... ..Mlddleboro New Cook Yes, mum; that's the way NOHT1I UOUND. llrisht'i Ditcato, Dubtte, two standards sixteen or eighteen inches Ctiuiso (chcerfully)-- -I will. Now a sponge is before it's wet Soak it i" the nut, and then tho old woman, aftet Kl.eumatum and I'aralytx, Kpileptyor long, which are screwed to ouu end of that point you disputed last. I ... some sort of incantation, knocks theit Lrave Cumberland lap, L. & N..... ... io 00 p m riU poiitivcly cured. your tea, mum. N. Y. Weekly. " Corbin Young or middle aged turn ulTerlnp from ,...i 50 p m tlie box. The middle piece is a round heads together and they aro declated Hut .laysmith had escaped. Jirook- " LiMiigston ' .... Impotency, Kruptioni, the rcaultt ol 30 a m " Winchester mau and w ife. Well Named. lyn Life. 3 45J,in ertor or eccit, ahuiild call heloro it loo late suck ui iiiiiii toii lu wiiiuii in uiiueoeii Lexington " .. V a coiling spring. gurautee a cure if cate hai not Rone too far The fork may be 3 50- - m Little Dot What do they call th.-s-e " .... " Pari I'atlne; tlir Way. Supurfluous hair and all eruptini of the lacr made of wood or iron and N for catch4 30 a in An lnlerrtliic Slou. " ,...'- .- 7 05 a m Armo Louisville for? permanently removed He What did you scream for just " " Cincinnati ing the game when the trap is sprung. Sunday School Teacher And when - 7 as a m Dick 'Cause j'on have to drink DIhcuscn. A piece of seasoned hickory is used to now'.1 I thought you looked as though so Little water with 'em, of course. the wicked children continued mocking Leave CincinnatiSOUTH HOUND. much TjT"iwmiM 7 JOpm She attach the bait on, as shown in the cut. tho good prophet, two sho bears came " Louisville 8 45prn At Syphili, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, Mc, This holds tho trap up when set and golug to kiss me. Chicago Good News. 'ou "'ere out of tho mountain, and ato up ovet Arrive Paris . le 30 p ra cured by never failins reinedict. ews JCecord. Lexington wlunen, inch as I.cueorrhca, painful lets It down when the bait Is taken. Now, It'a rt Way Tliry Iluvr. Diteascaof forty of. the wicked children. it 15 p m " Witicuestcr Menttruation, Ditplacement ol Womb, boarini! uiiacrueaiu uio 10 pm Latherum Harbors sornpc on ac boyB,v)iut lesson does this teach ns? ion: are lastcncu a Livingston ' An Arrldrnt. down palna in back, relieved in ahart time, -- MSm t'orbin quaiutancc very quickly. all hli portable inttrmSentt tiuinlier of spikes or ointcd irons to Jimpsy Primrose I know. The Doctor carries 3 30 a ro Willis Did you know Tucker was Cumberland Gap .. S a m and comet prepared to examine tho rnott obtcuri make sure of holding, the game. Arden The Victim Yes, but they can cut a Teacher Well, Jimpsy? shot medical and turjical cases. Pullman Palaco Car Kaoxville to Ciucmnat man in even less time. Jury. Jimpsy Primrose- It teaches us how lie undertakes no incurable diheaies v but cures Degarmo, in Farm and Home. Wallace No; was it an accident? withoat change. hundred given up to die. many children a she bear can hold. Coiinoctious made with all trains North and "It must have been. A policeman did Pack the turnips and Wets in sand In Nittural llotiht. at Grand Central depot, Cincinnati. Courier. bins, under shelter, Instead of in it" Life. CONSULTATION FREE "Hallo, Vanderloln, some of your Boston City Ticket office 'ThrouKh ticket 011 salt) nS Gay str.t and Depot Ticket office, foot West mounds outside, and they will not only people coming in on this tralu?" lll Campotltlon. Many nion owe tho grandeur of theit Main street, Knoxville, And Confidential. Address keep well but bo always convenient for , .Mr. x-"Yes; I'm expecting a sister of mine." lives to their tremendous difficulties. For any Informational torouic-t- , rates, etc., apextravagaucel Do you J. S. APl'I.KMAN.M. D ply to "Sister, eh! lly birth, or refusal?" I.ouiiville, Ky . j use, instead of being froren and senled think I'm tnndo of money? a, I Spurgeon. W. A. HLV, Acting Grn'l Pa Agt, up in ico grounu. Truth. Mrs. v Yes. dustl-Tr- nth HENRY A SMI II, ily Iiclei Agt Knville,Tenii. One of tho homeliest men in Dotrolt ns beautiful littlo girl about ilvo yours old. The other day sho was slt- 1 Interior Journal! r 1 FEW SHEEP. Tliry 1'ajr llctlrr Than Any Othrr Class of rnrm Anliniiu. A writer who nnnrneintn sheen, nnd who succeeds lu making a good profit on tlicm, writes tlio Wisconsin Farmer, and pnys: 1 wish to impress upon my brother fanners, through the columns of your vnluahlo paper, the importance of Woeopltitf at leaRt a few sheep for several reasons. One Is that they aro fiuoh scavengers that they readily eat the seed of tho vilest weeds and they aro not lileo other farm slock, nothing grows after passing through them. Anyone t reveling through tho country can tell at a glance tho farms that havo a lloclc of sheep on them, by their neat appearance; no rag weed, tho scourge of almost nil our cultivated land, ia seen. I might go on and tell of other bad weeds, for their name Is legion; but the sheep will In every Instance annihilate them. One other good reason is that thoy pay better for the food consumed than any other farm animal, and I now! A 4 ft KEEP I improviu PENNI t Dentist. -- v.,,. - ' i hat)-.Tee- -r.h- RIeh-mon- V fct u.u-i-- well-kep- ,t 1 OTiliiAMt II!Kr((,llCNH:B one-hal- 1M JHmrimxan m STEEL BOILERS, THE WORLD'S FAIR ., NOMTJBC WEST, ,,; LF.FFEI. - , n, - e' I - ''T3t& ma 1 j J ! 1 J i i , I fse.-bi- 1J - J, 1 1 KTOHTK r; WE$T, I i jgDoublc Daily Trains S. English Specialist, 1 Xu-po- j t R. R. -- A M !' l KiDi-iric- - 1 love-letter- ." 1 Permanently . ' . . DyijK-pila- , Cvdiii-patio- a, I 1 1 I water-cracke- rs .. -.- -, Blood mid Skin ..M-- I 1 ,u ? to-da- - North-we- st 11 More ; - 1 ( &mi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ivy., Dixkmijek 1G, 1892 w-- 1- Si'ANFOBD, yv. r. WALTON. wronged. While Hepresentativo RIcOrea-ris in Halgium wrestling with the silver nroblem. flomnhodv in l.ia .nut; hns charged him with savintr that lie woiiM indorse no woman for r or other public place. Of course Mr.! .McCreary, itu the tote of .McKinleyisin The Court of Appeals found n technifresh In his mind, never Baid any nuch cality on which to reverw tho life senthing, unless the gods, moaning to de- tence of Dr. Masie, of Oivea, for the stroy, linve first mado him mad. Ilav-in- u of J. L. Hoiiakor and it promptat last sot all the men, democrats, ly and gladly did so. I the Court of and populists, in the Eighth Appeals especially designed to kop dlstriut solidly for him, our Jeemea will murderers' necks out of tho halter, or now bait his hooks for nil the sunenng any punishmont whatever for 'ems, or ho is not tho gentleman of ana. their crimes ? gosity and understanding with which ho is universally accredited. Louisville NEWSY NOTES. Times. We suppose that the Intkkioii Iowa is experiencing the worst snow Jooiinal is partially responsible for the report, which it expressly said at the storm for years. It is a foot deep and time was a report, and not an abso- still snowing. A negro woman in Edgefield county, lute assurance of tho governor's poS. 0., killed her babe and solved it as sition. What we really said was that somebody had said, that the gov roast pig to a party of frionds. I' our boilers in the Nownort Iron ernor had end to somebody else, who had said to us that he preferred not to and Steel Works lot go Tuosday night and three men were fatally wounded. indorse women for presidential A bill fixing tho tax ion distilled Only this and nothing more. spirits at $1.25 per callon, has been in 'I ?fil l!Tf fVi- - xr-.- .p. fitr-s- i ....... A few years ago Tolstoi, a Russian trortuced by Congressman Scott, of Il Ii count, wrote a hook and called if'Kreut-ze- linois. Sonata." It was considerably of an It.o town of Athens, Fayette, after unmoral nature out not half so naughty naviug prohibition for a nnmWr nfv..ra as the nowspapora led the public to voted the other day to go back-- to first " and caused several editions of ma- principles. ny thousands each to be sold Now William Watson, the English poet, m Miss Luvann W. Sheldon, profiting by who recontly received 200 pounds for Ami .uiotlur New St re the count's experience, has Hooded tho writing the best' ode on Tennyson, is market with a book entitled: "Death to virtually insane. the Inquisitive or u Story of Sinful The $10,010 damige suit of .Mies Cur Love," a copy of which has been sent us rico, of Lebanon, against Thos. Logsden "by the publisher, W. D. Rowland, New and others, for defamation of character, York. It is rather rich, rare aud racy has gone to trial. but thb man who invests his money in A dog fight in nu ice houso near it is going to be very much disappointed Port Union, O.. ended in a drnnk.n mu- inite perusilif he thinks the story (Us in which George Fox was shot and kill the name. It is about an average noyol cd and several others wounded. of the duy with some plain aud realistic At Baltimore Alexander HrownV In the Harris building at Crab Orchard I will opm a third st.n-- uJiich will be gicn up entirely to the display of Christmas and Hoi scents very much toned down. i n.nmiuusra were tiestroyeu by lire, to- day Goods and from tint diy ...i.1 ( hnstmas I will have n exhibition getner with 1S.000 ba e of rnUnn . Tins malicious prosecution set on foot tailing an aggregate I03S of about $7o0 by Councilman Drooge, at Covington 000. against Hon. Harvey Myers, fell of its' A colt-l- of robbers attempted to go own weight. There was simply nothing through a C & O. train at Huntington, in iuq cnarge ot the attempted bribery but met with rpsiHinnn. ... ...., .i,.. Guess Tickets will be civen with cverv article sold., and every purchaser of an article in either ol the three stores will be entitled to a and the court very promptly instructed IUVJ upeueuure auu killed one man and guess at its weight. On Christmas Kve at 3 o'clock v. m., the Guess Ticket will be examined and the Turkey weighed and the person the jury to find for Mr. Myers, which it wounded anothor. . mirtccinrr nnnrnaf ft tf e v..Mivi n..rl. ..till ut ..HAi.A.-A. did. This man Droodge has been hound-juiu 11.1 vof Hnyiu nui !.. jitaum.u wiui HVK HIG S1LVKR DOLLARS for u Christmas Gift, auu n!o Willi inc .... Turkey Gobler for his Christmas Dinner. At the same time the Crayon Portraits will t. delivered to my tuiionieis and I will continue Mr. Myers for vears, and it may be uc 0ANVILLE. tO furnish them to all purchasers of Sio's worth of goods, they mvin only the cost of fmmes, S2.75. imagined what manner of man ho is to A daughter of Dr. II. I I am just back from purchasing my stock ol Cnristmas Goods, which makes the fourth full stock of goods confess that a bribe hail been offered i,nve bought this Kali aud him and he had not used his fist or cane Ibsley is reported ill with diphtheria. Winter and all three of my houses are now stacked and piled with new and desirable goods. During the Holiday Trade I will have ten Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Horton will soon on tho one who supposed him low rlfrks tn wn!r nnnn mv customers enough to accept a money consideration go to New Orleans, to remain until STORK NO. contains Dry Goods, Groceries, Notions and general stock department with 5 clerks to wait upon you and is filled with for his wte. If Mr. Myers had not been spring. everything you can possibly desire in this line. The game of football between the a man, Mr. Droodge would' STORK NO. 2 is the hall above and is reached by a broad stairway. This lins been nicely, fitted up for a Clothing and Gents' I'ur O ntre College aud Central long since have been sent by the pistol University nishing Goods department and contains Hoy's and Men's Clothing, Overcoats, Hats, Caps, Hoots, Shoes, Shirts, Drawers, Socks and route to that bourne where whangdoo-dle- s o evens, that was to have been played Underwear, and in fact everything pertaining to this department. If you fail to visit this room you will miss seeing half of my stock. of his calibre are supposed to mourn next Saturday.Jias been postponed until Jimmie and I will wait upon you in this department and we will sell you goods in this line cheaper than same goods can be bought any the 22n hist. There is in consequence continually. where in Kentucky. some disappointmentjunoni: Iover3 of STORK NO. 3 is the Christmas and Holiday department and is in the Harris Hotel building, where we formerly had our Clothing The Illustrated Kentuckian, of pastime. Store. Here vou will over which Mrs. Eugenia Dun-la- p lhe funeral of Miss Carrie Meyer, Potts so gracefully and ably presides youngest daughter of Dr. J. M. Meyer,' eeems to grow mora attractive with each who died Monday night, took place on ie8ie. The one before us is the Wednesday mornine at 10 oYlnL-- i Holiday Number, aud coutainn' Dr. E. M. Green, of the First PruBbyteri- the pictures of 50 sure enough little tots au cuurcn, conducted the religious For the Holidays, all clean and fresh, just from the cities. Toys of every description, Oranges, Lemons and iiananas by the wagon in every pose aud of more or less beauThe cause of her death was someload, Candies by the thousand pounds and Fire Crackers by the thousand packs corOn SAI l KUAi , Dec. 24, we will gtvc a pack ty. The usual page devoted to Ken- thing like dropsy. i of Fire Crackers to every boy who purchases as much as Sfs worth of other goods, and on the same day will present to every purchastucky beauties includes Miss Mary Mr. Mortou Crow, of this place, is er of $z's worth of other goods a pound package of choice mixed Candies and Confections. Our choice Stick Candy is 3 pounds for 25c, the charming daughter of J. I said to be in receipt of a letter from and French Mixed Candies 2 pounds for 25c. Oranges, Hananas and Lemons 15c ro 25c to per dozen, according to size and quality. President-ele- ct Sandifer, now of Middlesboro, but forCleveland, in whin), i... merly from Lancaster. There are ma- says heanticipat?s great trouble in getRest Green Coffees 20; Arbuckle's 25c; 18 lbs Standard Granulated Sugar Si; yellow do. 5c; best Calicos remnants aud light Calicos ny other features, all interesting. Send ting the new administration Hcst Brown Cottons 5c to 6 J.c; best Canton Flannels 6'4'c to I oc; solid 5c; Oil Calicos 71c; Dress Checked Calicos 64'c to SjC. in good II to the publishers at Lexington or to working order, owing to the unwillingHeavy colored Twilled colors half wool Dress Goods oc; fancy figured Dress Goods ioc to 2'jC; Dress Ginghams ua and get the paper for a year, besides ness of the average Flannels 20c. Best Jcans from 15c to 35c. Hed Comforts and Blankets Si to Si. 50. Overcoats S2.50 to Sio. Suits for Men from S3 citi.en to annf ni receiving copy of The Confederate fice. He fears he may have to ruanri. m toSio. Boys Si. 50 to S5. Men's Boots from Si. 50 to S2. 50. Hoys' red top Boots 75c. Larger sizes Irom Si to Si. 50. Men's Bro- Souvenir editiou and the Children's Hoi- - conicription before the greater gans i; men s nne anoes, 200 pairs at ;i.25 to 51.50. uauies coarse snocs 75c; to anyjpricc you wain mem. nucanots ai part of iday number without extra charge. the offices can be filled. Creole or XX Flour at 40c; Belle of Lincoln at 50c; Fancy Family, White Rose or Patent at 60c. The case Wm. Miller, chartred Men's Saddles from Si. 50 to S5. Ladies' $ to $$. Valises 35cto Si. Trunks 75c to S5. 100 Caps to close out at 20c to25c. Lead The railroads in Indiana fought the ntltt. I.:ll! O of. nHiiigoiim oich.ee .Monday evenPcncils 5c to ioc per dozen. Good Towels at 5c each. Playing Cards at 5c. Shot7Kc. Powder 25c 24 sheets of Writing Paper law compelling them to notify the pub- ing, was called before City Judge Alex 'and 25 Knvelopes both ioc. White Cotton Warp lb.; colored roc Ladies' small Cloaks ;""s to 34s at half price, fine ones. lic on n blackboard at every station how Anderson Thursday morning, fudge Mc- oFivc boxes of Matches for 5c. Men's Gum Coats Si. 50 to $2. &" For Produce I will pay 22c for Kggs, 15c for Butter and 50c for much a train was behind, on the grounds being t from the of Its unconstitutionality, jujv a vuiiii.1 it 'n viii Tvmur but got beat, As Judge Breckinridge, who hadcounty. been as they should have. The railroads aie engaged tojdefend Miller, was unending too much disposed to act as if thuy en...v n..i,nj. raiin, me prosecution was dorsed the famous, remark of Vauderbilt passed until Saturday next at 10 a. .m. concerning the public, which wo would Mr. I:. P. Jacobs will also probably repa bitr time Come in and Allthe Fire Work- not disnoscd of bv that time will be i7iven.ua to our customers reproduce for the benefit of those wlm resent the defense. may have forgotten it, but for the fact ham that this ,s a strictly rehuMQ.H jou mm. Monday .Mch.ee was shot and killed on evening about fi o'clock by Wn, M'"cr on 'Jd street. Both colored. Va pu u..u 1 wish to say to the patrons of my Summer Resort that inI.iW P. S. have been so buM'y engaged in the Mercantile busincsj du "' oattho maJority of ' v flirt alc ., .I 1irn and froths like the old article vetfs not ' ..... nnt neglected or forgotten V...VI Briar Springs, but ....... ..... ...... there constant! v at work since the close o MIL' W.4V. tir.cnf V. I. 1..7V.. ;.. ,' ,!, Miller sur- , "! ,B S rn i.ni.. J'"""-"- ". alchoiic. This mi, . ., .v.t last season, and have added many improvements, including a large Amusement Hall, 111 backyard, 60 ft. immii iv ii.vi ft. nv:ui, con h rinnuriii- ,00tJn kji.. w. ...., .jiiuumin lilJIIIL'UiaiCMV wuit but it om. As soon as it is found and was placed tainincr an clecant Ball Room, from which the tiance ca be observed from the rear verandahs and from every room in the Hotel build in jail. The examining I shall that it will not produce what Byron trial was 1 have also erected a nice Bowling Allley in rear yard. itirr ncr ivlin ln nnf r:ir tn vicif thf Hnll Rnnni make a scale of set lor Thursday at 10 a. si. (ills the list of jlifH iiitovi,.,,Mfinif irunn want to i.n.... .. 1. ........ you ranging from S5 to $S j)er week for next season, according to location and furnishings of rooms prices WMU a k""!U l81""' Davi. Io will not only bucu.ne stale b.,t .hwH.ln.iiJ ' D. G. SLAl'GHTKR. Respectfully, time, make your arrangements to visit Green Briar next summer. w,,era ,,e 8P0t unprofitable. What the.WruKU zlerlM. " ' trial the want, is the kind of a ! "!!"'" V that u n - 8,de him see double and have the pavement " .This space will be occupied by. lon been re- occasionally fly up and hit l.iin W. R. DAVIDSON & SON, ; : K.irded as a vicious, mnn ivin Mil. Walton, of Boone, means well, ler is a fort, but has never been in' McKINMKN. K troublo befor. but his unbophistication is alarmingly Have Just Opened a Nice Line of, developed. He has oiler d a resolution ' Fancy Groceries, CHURCH AFFAIRS. that the Legislature adjourn sine die Ky. anil arc nel'lnj; initjliljr cheap In thi -- Kev. W. A. Slaymaker, of Feb. 1. It might do so and should, but e hate awtll clti.tei ktack ol Jt,ci,. when tho members of that body let j,'0 nionn, preached at the Prasbyterion In 1893, who hereby extends his thanks to the of the $0 a day, it will be long after new church last night and GOODS will nreaeh pt,u; leaves und Howers have come to bright lU'uiKuinnu wn in up the people of thi wclion to call Which nijjht If yon want a ooI lit. Iff gunraiitces und ee. en the spring time and summer, and au- The Cincinnati I'resbvterv fln.l. p.... tumn a chilly blat will have becun to "atWsctlon. !' Smith suiltylof tenoliln lllllll I Mill , f .ln .. t make them fall nud fade again. .. wuna u,uu inspiration and suspend Stockholders' Meeting. ed him until "his .Stockholders' Meeting. The Itichmond, Va., bar has resolv- rors he has been renunciation of the erfound to hold, and the ed unanimously to recommend Hon. J. declaration For their liberal patronage in the past, and wishes to say to thcui A meeting of (lie itoclholilors of the Farmer of his A meetmB ol the locWlwJdcr of the National Itundolph Tucker to the president for longer teach or solemn purpose to no Hank it 'JVut Co., will bo held at Iheir l!.ink ol HUitonville will he n.-- r proniL'ste ilmn. that on and alter January st he will scllVoods for CASH only and home in Stanford on the first Wednesday hanliui: houreln liunonvillcon the htjld at their banklnir In Jansecond Tuesday m atto'noy general. uary. '93, for the purpme of electing u director! Smith will appeal to the Synod.' hie iU(iuic ....u...r ,oy,,iui the pnamiiir 01 ejecting nine will defy the competition of any one: to tervo thu emuinc year. J.Jj. OWSI.EV. wur. nrccuirs iu nrrvE gVtJ Ca.hior. J. W. HUCKKR.Cathirr. 4ll y post-inutoGod-bless- It is n French saying, but worthy of all acceptation, that the absent are ever TncXationnl Brotlierlinrvl nf Rni,u,. has boen Incornorjlou. with nr.nnlnn Xirttt AV.ttnfAlniAln it .A1.... w.uutuuu auiuiurs equally .. t,cd lo 'netuborahij). Its motto la: J'tltt"The war is over," a thing that most of the members of the G. A. It. seem to forput since they want nioro pay for ini(u,'inary trouble than thoy ot for BtftncHnK up ami heinjj eliot at, If many of them did. OlOar ItUiUKh minus Mill pnninnn'nn quality of the dollars and cents of a pension the now brotherhood will bo shortlived. Without the present or prospec tive pension tuo U. A. It. would eoon bo what Ex Gov. llillv Allot ,.,..i bflrren l,laBllty- - WW? D KECEIVJ3 JPnllrk Mfflmmmsm?? sTT.irnnnnr 'M m rfj post-master- s. - -- .,. i.i an uiiuicr - r be-He- vo Mllm FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE. , i mm ffll ikM mm MXter m & !i E r M m&- M r m I K. -- ..,, A TREMENDOUS TURKEY GOBBLER." -- """"h '"i l ld 1 law-abidin- g Lex-ingto- n, Chil-dren- 's Find Everything That Can Make Heart Glad G'c; 1 ser-vice- San-dif- er, 7c toS'c. ;i "" ....... i6c ah-ien- Grand and Glorious Jollification at Crab Orchard itv.(iiL;iLv.)iiiiitiui r. - . XJ.ilTJtaCTL-JE:3t- t 1 hae " !. 1 I I -. K,tm, - - . . i l! ! " T"118 - ! "W"-7 l TVdaiit-emi- " T. J. HATCHER, Stanford, I so-rio- I ! rXASKES F1YI Boot and Shoe Maker, roit-Oflic- e CHRISTMAS v Give Him a Call, T ,. ...-...- - .....'' Good People ofHustonville 1 1 " a. JCJfcsa aaantm,ifwl'iw.iii' " IJon't foil to ho Ziminor'a Ohrlatnins TimiK will bo a Christmas true at tho Ho lias the liIoet lino in Christfan church on tho afternoon of tho town. 2Uli, which will beiu to unload at 5 Stanford, Ky., Df.ckmiibu 10, 1892 SoMrrniNd for young nnd old at o'clock. The children of the othor schools aro cordially Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal goods. H!.o, WAbTON, bus. ManaRor PERSONAL POINTS. Hunks', tho jeweler. tint likp. You never saw iuvilod. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Mil. G. 1). Wicaukn went to Cii'clnurv tl Witlmmilny. Mn. anpMks. Jok Corruv wunt to t..1 VlHIlinR ilHWiMl- ..1..1L1 f-.. ten-ilrty- Lebanon Vedni8ily. t t It.... t . .UIHS AJlMKUAI.K IS illo Attains, at D.invillo. Mr. S. W. Msc.vpniB h enjoying a a' Hon. J. W. Alcoiin rttirnod fpoi th Liberty court yeatortlfty. "Xlna. W. 1. Tatk Ihw roturxl from a visit to lir sititr st laouitvtilc. Mit. Hk'iiahd Gbntky Iim roiiu to TfconlMvlUe, Or., to pynd n iiiORik Ma. David Ooouct ta liHlpliiKtho Louisville Store during the holiday rtinh. II. Hbui, 1Chi , wunt to Fr.intyort thi week, to Bee after a auo in the Court of Appeals. .Mus. Max Sam.vusii, of Louisville, linn oiued her iitiHbaml here to rouiuln with Mr. and Mra. A. Hays till after tho holiday. ANOTicfrom Airs. GoorKO II. Bruce flftkH us to oliarigo her paper to Crescent Hill and convoys tho plenauut intelli-polic- e tlint hIiu will fpend a ,art of tho holidays with friends in Stanford. Dii. J. G. Oahi'knthk left Tueaduy to attend tho lectures on abdominal pelvic Nurgcry at Preston lte treat and thou e on opthalmoloKV nt tho I'olyulinic, both in Philadelphia. lie will bo gone hix wi-ek- hunt in I'tilneki. Wk aro cloning out our stock of queens-war- e Peter Bendor and Anna Boyor, of and glanisware at oost. V. II. Wear-o- n Onnsudensi, Pa., woro ongagod to bo & Co. marriod, but tho engagement was broFitoM now till Jan. 1st. goods of nl ken. In a tit of anger Bender shot tho kinds will o at urowtly rwucml priccs.l girl nnd then blew out his brains. Tho girl is fatally wounded. Harris A Hardin. Mr. J. S. Hooker received a dispatch Ai.i.accountH of II. IC. it V. II. Wear-o- n frojn Allen Iognn, of thu Metropolitan art ready for settlement. Pioase call Natiouol Bank, Kansas City, tolling of and Mttle now. tho marriage of hid nephew. It. II. to Miss Helen Kitchani, sifter of For Salij ok Kkxi"- - A Iioum with Mrs. It. W. Hoeker. The announcefour room, in Wiwt Stanford. Iutiir ment is quite a surprise as it was not of Higffiuft fc WsttM, wwl deaUrs. . known hereabouts Uat Dick, s he is " A. A. Wamibn h opening thtt lftrntwt more familiarly known, had matrimonand pntttimt limtof Holiday gooito over ial intentions. He is a son of Dr. P. 'W. Men iu tliki inarket. Call hi and sb1 Io?an, and a good hearted, generous, them. capable fellow, with many friends. Tho wdalthy Offixu to tJui watur fHiuinu in Lexing brido is a beautiful young girl, recoive ton, I will hnvu to exprew tho laundry and cultivated and Dick will Monday histoid of Tueeday. All hav- more congratulations when ho returns, ing laundry will send It in before Mon- than he can carry. By the marriage of his Dick becomes n brother-in-la- w day Ln-(fum grot to givo up suoh good eitizens as M t. Hutching3 and his wife. They will be very much missed in tho church at tins plnee, whero thoy have long been axtong tho leading members. Mrs. D. B. camo home from Louisville Thursday. Hsr many friends hope she will not have to undergo any further treatment but will now become sound and well. Mr. (ius. Hoffmann has been quite sick for a few days. Mr. G. O. Webster, manager of tho Kouloy Institute, is hero from Indianapolis. Mrs. James King i'b very low of fever nt her homo near Preneh'-rsviHe- . I Irr recovery is doubtful. Mr. snd Mrs. K. K. Davis and son have been visiting Mrs. Divis' father, Mr. Wm. Ktinrt. Mr. W. K Buchanan is at houi( He has been working iu Virginia foi several months. Col. I). G. Slauishtvr went to tho city this week to get Christmas supplies for his store. He will have !wo city clerka. Ed-nilet- its hn Hm as H TJvm sstnaa. mf Presents- Dolls, Games and All Kinds of Books, VKW ADYEBT1SRMKNTS. CONDITION OK THE FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. AT STANI'C'KD, At noon. J. J. Thompson. undo and his children, Dick's uncle. tif loe of biMlnr Die. 9, 1I93. whiaky crystal laee trimmings and carried brido Fahkih It. lrKL..si), K ,city attorney, and brandy. The former $25 and roses, innult n hair ferns and lilies of the J. A. McUuirand W. H.Sonrry, of the th latter t7ft a year. valley, The other young ladies wore city council, nd V. A. ltuttom, all of white silk with crystal trimmings, Cath ljiwrenceburx, came up ywrturtlay on Mb. F.J. Cam rit km., of Itock Castle, erine Murmets, the maid of honor Initio instruetioun from tho city council and Spring, hat arranged with Honnker, the rosos. Tho bind played Mondelishon's tho invitation of Mr. )(. J. C. Howe, to Florist, Islington, to handle in whole- wedding march while tlio bridal party examine our walwr works ayatem, Kith sale qtMiititios the line holly, fe'rns, entered, "Call me Thino Own", softly, which we arc Hiiro they ate bound to be moiises, etc., for which) that region is whilo the ceremony was being said and pleased. noted. Partios and churchra hero as tho party "Old Kentucky.-Homodecorations for Christmas can matle its exit. Mr. and Mrs. Wattorman ASO'vICINITyT CITY supplies by leaving orders at A. A. left at once for Ocala, Fla., carrying the Warren's at once. good wishes oi every one. Tlio bride isn tiK .uuiner'ri Xniati itomls. Mr. A.G. IIi'prMAS has in his posses- lovely youngludyand seems to havebeen Go to Knrp'rt when you want your sion x dee of gift made by his grand- won by a Jinn worthy of her. The evenpicture taken. father, Will Fleming Lee, of a negro boy ing before tho wedding tiio brido the bridal party in a handsome Fiswt Xmns prifents at lowest prices to Mrs. Pmnelia P. Hullman. Tho inmanner nnd gave them n glimppe of the strument is datod June US, SI , and the at Hanks, the jeweler's. handwriting is very fine. The boy was numerous arl costly presents she had Wk aro closing out what cloaks we Win. Henry Harrison (iivons, who grew received. have at greatly reduced prions. Come up to bo quite a noted frenohcr iu the FARM AND TRAOE ITEMS. and see. Severance A Son. Christian church. He died a few years o. IJiiTK a crowd of his young friends Pink Cottai.b. For rent; fli'o aeres 'tornifd" Mr. Will Uaughm an Tuesday Manolkii. While J. M. Pattihon, of attached. Mrs. Mollic Wray. Livingston, was snitching some cars at night and had a delightful time. John L. KILin sold to T. J. Hill a that place Wednesday afternoon, ho was lot of Fcrub cattle at 1 J cents. Wr. have reduced aline of, all wool thrown down, and several passing over A. T. Nunnelley sold to Prewitt & uresa goods to 10 cents for Christina?. him, his leg was teiribty mangled. He Wood a lot of fat heifers at :lc Come and see thorn. J. S. Hughes. was placed at onco on a train and sent II. W. Gaiucs bought of Miss Malin-d- a 9 'J6 acres of this way, while another from here bore Fou IUnt HoiiKft and Poppies a bunch of hogs at 5Jc. pasture, 3 Hcresf splendid tobacco land, Dr. J. K Peyton towards him. They T. K. Wood, of Boyle, sold to Berry, met at Mk.Vorn6n, but the poor fe'low of largo garden, variety nf fruit. II. Helm. sain county, a lot of good feeding liAtl bled so profusely he was nearh hogs at "! of wilt, lime Jcst received u Amputation was at onco deM. F Klkin bought of John Murand cement, also full line of Columbian cided on and performed, the leg being bogs at 5 cents phy a lot of J. K. VanArs-dale- . cut oil' to tlio, hii. Ho 'never rallied, cook atovo repairs. and of John Lynn a bunch of fat shouts howevei, and iu a little over an hour at tj cents. was a corpse. j His wife and family live S. P. McDowell, of Boyle, has bought Tiikiiic is no charge for this prescripat Livingston and bis death leaves litem in the past week of various parties, you tion, ami you can try it or not, hs without Buppott. He also feeding hogs at I to 4jo. like, but asallne properly applied will Good Admck. Kvory man iu Lincoln bought in Mercer and Boyle counties a (.urothnxe disagreeable and disfiguring coun'y is interested iu building up every bunch of nice feeders at S to ISJc. Mr. little torments a sty. iibranch of husinessu.his county town. McDowell has lost in the last fow weeks It is said that Worth and thu other Tho tlrst step toward this end Is, when 'J5 ewes bv dogs. have decided that crino- you want anything don't leave Stnutord M. J. Fnrris sold to Simon Weihl for lines, otherwise known as export catsimply because there is a cheap rate of Nelson Morris, 'J34 corn-feshall soon make as hideous tho female fare to the city, or tbecausu you have tle, that will average l."00 pounds, at form divine as they did in the 'CO's. your ow n horse and buggy, but go to lc. This is a good hunch of cattle and your own stores and Bet' what they have the pun base price will amount to about Coms nround tho corner on Ijincastor Delivered this week. A. G and you will bo sure to lllml as good $15,000 street to Peto Hampton's and get your goods anil as cheap goods as are to be Whitley old to M. J. Farris 125 barrels rotten bananas, oranges, nuts and every2.2) delivered. He also sold thing else, either rotten or spoiled, and found anywbere. Uiiv uiir goods at of corn atgood yearling mules at $0." and home. Get your Jmechanics at home. him foin so high you can't buy them. Come and lbs. uver-aftwo good short" feeders, Hamp- Get your physician at lioma. Get your see what I have to lose. Peter Danvillo Advocate. Ht '',e. lawyer at liome.Tuku u tnu uun ton. stock possible ;at home. Have your CRAB ORCHARD. Friday evening printing done at home. Do ail the K.ok H. A TTKNTio.N. Mr Boiling, a lawyer of Barbour-villpossible at home, then you will do Dec. U, will be a regular meeting. An was seen in tins vicinity a election of ollicers for tho ensuing year right. Next ucektcomo to our store and ago. A lady was tho attraction. important busi- buy your;('hristmas goods nnd wt will will be held and much Our young ladies must be very popness attended to. Kvory member is re- demuiibtrate this truth and save you ular when the young gents will leave quested to be present. Hy orderjof tlio money. J. S. Hughes. Lancaster and Stanford and take the Dictator. A. A. Warron, Hep. No. ll. FoiiSai sMvKiiri.Nu. Marshal W. II, long, cold drive to be in their company. 9 9 I'oss, nf Williamsburg, with James Fin-le- y, Tnr.nK will bun, Christina tree at Tlio dub will meet at usual at Mrs. S. T. Lepman and Lowe Cox all arm- Moore' at :'M Friday night. Mrs. Martha on tho eve of tho i". m. It will be proceeded by a play of ed with revolvers and Winchesters, deHoliuau entertained a number of friends 'M minutes and followed by a lunch. Tlo livered Len Tye to tlio jailer hero yes- - Monday night in honor of guest, Mies lunch will be jirvparcd in noxes, con- Iterday, by order.of Judge Boyd. Tyo id Hutchison, of Brodhead. taining enough for two persons. Pi ire charged with;tho rape .and murder of The friends of Mr. Will McHoberts 'Jo cents. All aro conlially in- Miss Molda Bryantnear exton, Whit- will be a little surprised to hear of his per box ley county, and iu ono of the men who marriage to Miss Mamie Jackson, of vited. was taken from jail and swung up hy a California. Mr. McHoberts has been Tiik Firo Company "showed oil" for mob, uhoulter returned him to prison, for tho Pitman Coal Co. tho benefit ol the Ijiwrenceburg visitors satisfied with. his. 'dyiug' declaration for several years. Success to him and and an ndmiaing crowd yesterday after- that ho was;innocentof the crime. Wed- his fair lady. noon and proved how easily they could nesday night, having secured further evMessrs. Tate it Catron, of Somerset, if put out n tiro in tho idence, u mob of 100 went to Williams- bought of Thompson Bros, a jack for necessary. Three hoso wero playing on burg, but tbojiuarshal heard of it and y $175, and one horse and oue jack of itatono time and the arrow on the telling Judge Boyd, he was ordered to & Garner for $575. Messers. James weather vane on the top of tho cupola secure the prisoner and hide out till the Hoidaui havo bought of J. II. Ilutchings was nearly washed oh". After hearing that his distillery nt this place and will betrain yesterday. 4 Prees tells of Judge Boyd bad given tho order, tho gin to operate it iu January. Tiik Fort Myers, Fla., mob attempted to make him tell where Mrs. James Holdam and sister, Mies Rev. George 0. Barnes preaching there issue says: "Kjfg.plante, tho negro was, but the judgo isn't tho Bertie James have returned from and in tho same of a man to be bulldozed, and they Ind., aud Columbus, Ohio, radishes, cucumbers, etc, are already kind took a reluctant leave. In response to whore thoy have been visiting the paat cocoa-nutcoming into our market, while bananas and oranges our inquiry the negro said that bunging month. Miss Ora Wihnoro has gone did not hurt much, as ho soon lost his to Washington, D. C, to spend tho win-e- r can be bad any day. What a land to senses. He protests his innocence nnd with her sister, Mrs. Gaines Bice. live in Come south, ye Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hutchiiigs have regions, and enjoy the ollicers think there is some doubt of people of the fro.en his guilt, moved to Boyle county to live. We re- our bright Btiushino and balmy air." to-da- Wk are daily receiving a large and Miss Nancy Bauidiman, who returnhandsome Hue of Christmas goods and ed with her sister from Winchester yesyou aro cordially invited to call in ami terday, gavo us tho particulars of tbe inspect it. Wo can show you a present marriage of MisjTillio Hall, of that city, to suit anybody. Farris it Hardin. to Mr. U. It. Wattorman, of Ocnla, Fla. Tho ceremony was performed In the Tiik advertisers caught us for once. Methodist church by Dr. Bowling and After wo had made all calculations as to they wero married witli a ring, which space, Col. i). G. Slaughter dent us four the maid of honor curried on a satin columns yesterday afternoon and F. M. cushion. Judge J. Ii. Hill, of Ocalu, Ware was ho anxious he sent Lis by Fla. was best man and Miss Nancy Thoso merchants mean busi-n- BaughiuHU msid of honor. Dr. J. B. Glv them a nail and aivo money. Fisher, Harrndsbuig, and Mips Kathleon I). IJ. KOHIBTOtf, of llKI'RHSR.NTATlVK BAiighman, Mibs Kflie Burnett and J. P. At a special term of his court, Judge Lincoln county, has been with Mrs. Varnonjgninted Miliuii Warren, Ronton Davie tho other attendants. Tho ushers at Norton Infirmary for several A Leach, 0. C. Smith and It. T. Smith, were John Wheeler, C. C. Parrieb, Joe days. Mrs. KdmUton has improvud dktillerH liceruto to sell brandy, and H. Martin and K.l McKtnzio. The bride very much in hoalth and they will re- H. War, W. II. Traylor "and John was very lovely in cream ottoman, witli teie-grapHd-niist- KESOlRCKS. Xyi 646 1,4 Loam and PitcounU 8,1(8 S8 . .... Overdraft ....... ........ ........ 40,59s 63 Due from IlanV llanl: Home, furniture and fixture...-- .. 7,30000 eSo 39 Etn-- i ami taxer UIMMM...MM 11,086 41 Cash ....m............. prfit LIAiULlTIBS. 5j73,8 fM,OQO 14. 55 S Room. Be sure and call before purchasing and buyof me at Low Pricees. Post-Offic- e ....... Capital sloct -Surpln fund and ufufivWcU Individual dcpoMt ....... Due tH lUilc OO ...:.. .... Jl 04 HO.yiJ 8,71 1 67 I, Jon It OwtJey, caafeier of theabeved named Hank, rfii lrmn)jf awaar thai the above itatement of my knowIadgcHiHd belief. U imi to the JOHN 8. OWSL1IY, Ca.hief. I Christmas Bells, .Arc ringing at the. And all the turn home Courier Journal. Swora ! . 15. e 1 fori-m- by J, U. Owttey, thi W. M. Dec. L C. URiaUT, N. 1 Tray lor, distillers, to Hell ot both UEPORT OP THE CONDITION or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, r STANFORD, In tit Slai- f Kentucky, at the clme of 1m Dec. 9, iaoa jib -- , RESOURCES. , g pro-eur- o 1 enter-Uiino- d 1 1 ... Loan and ti- -' niql M. f66,76u 5,311 Overtfrafu, rcrH and unsecured ja.ooo U. S. Dondi to tecure Circulation Stocks, ecuntic, elatHM, etc....... H,9 Due from approved renerve aent- "iMJ ,6j7 Due Irom other National IUnks- xyg l)ne from State Hanks ami IMnkcrs lUnklnjc-houJfurniture Had flstsrea, 9, Jo owned 10,007 Other real wtale and waitca Current expeafet aad tases pM. ....... ' 1,135 1.566 -Check ami other caIi ttaws l.ojs llill of wlier Hank. C, 1 l" 4$ 00 " IS 10 97 00 S Most Useful Articles, Most Desirable Article's, Most Serviceable Articles KrctKml iwwr currascy, C(JHI..... ........ .,... -- it For a Christmas Gift are the ones that will give the most comfort and 97 pleasure. 00 Bickcl sbJ 14 Specie I3l tetHier Mte Kedemplton fasd willi U. S, Titawrcr --. 5 .... ,W 9S 4J7 M percent, oftirculatleti . i,jo ?je6,6 00 W Total Capital Srplu tK ...-- . faail LIABILITIES - fao,oooo . ae.ooo 00 S.ij 09 4S.x 00 .. loo 00 loiYfSQ Make your wives happy by buying of us a fine Cloak that you can buy for $10, worth all of 515- A fine Table cloth, some handsome Towels, a nice Fur Rug, a nice pair of Blankets, one of our - uSM Am hand-turned B, Undivided profits Xatioaal Uank Notaa outstanding -Dividends Unpaid Individual dipoitit ub- - to check. C.ishier's check outstandine Due to other National Hanks Due 10 Mate Ilinks and UanksrS Notes and bill 1 4f 16 5 11 OS 7,iS 4,do 3tSJO Beautiful Christmas 00 cnr-lo.i- d Total ..$.90,630 86 County of Lincoln, J MATE OF KENTUCKY, MrKnlxrt, caahier of abave named Hank, do tuteraitly Mar that that the above state I.John i DRESSES, d '00 JOHN J MlKIIIIEKI'S. Cashier l.f. Sultcrihed and worn 10 lii'fore me thu 15th day ofDec.iM attest V M. I1RIGI1T, N. V. L. C. Current J V ment true to thu bot of my knowi.slgr and be- - Kid Shoes, a pair of beautiful Lace A pair of our splendid Curtains, a Lace Bed Set, a Table cove. Any one of these articles will make her happy and add to your own enjoyment. And if the S. llovKKK, v. iiAMip.N, C, W11.111. )- uirecitirt. m m m - Stockholders' Meeting. AinettinB of the steckholdertof the l'irt National Hank ill be hld at their banking house in Sunfuid on the kcoiii! I uesday ln January. director for iSoi. for thr purpose ol electinir the en.uiOK year JOHN J MrKOHKItTS, !4-t- Would make the husband or son happy, come to our Clothing Room while you can buy clothing at ST fashion-maker- s hoop-skirts- , d UNHEARD IFS! : OF : PRICES. l.O-'i- e, bus-inu.- -s e, A look into our house will show you that we have too many goods and that we must unload them. Santa Claus has made our house his T. articles. We are his agents and we must great Kmporium for Tl RNEHSVM I K. K send them cftit. He directs us to defy all competition whether at home or.wH iv or abroad. The goods must go and the people be made happy. We DRY GOODS., have about 200 Beautiful Christmas Souvenirs to distrioute among GROCERIES, &C. our friends. They wlill be given to shose who buy goods from us. If you do not come early they will all be gone. Regs d I'athier. T. H00KEB, lea-1- few-day- s THANK THIS PEOPLE Of Ins vicinity I. r their J. S. HUGHES. .JfcrC- j- . LIBERAL PATRONAGE In tlie I'.tst una wlw it . .t m lontmuame of .lire -- Tnr-nersvil- le I D. A. TWADDLE Rowland, Ky., X JXEIEIEj Has the best selected stock of Dealer in Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, Cit'iiis. At- - book-keep- TOTS, CANDIES, Nuts, Raisins, Grapes and the like of any merchant in the county. Call and see him and you will be convinced that he is the Call in ulii'ii ni ft't'l lihe taking a lUink. Cmut-Hous- e, Le-ro- Walter Fields, BLACKSMITH, Turnorsvillo, Ky., I prepared lo do Cheapest Man in Town. OYSTERS SERVED ALL HOURS. .He will give you. s, ALL KINDS SHOEING And other work, pino-apple-s, storm-torture- d Tlie The Acknowledged Workman In his section, lie is Best Kind of a Meal for 25 Cents. Leave your order for Christmas Oysters, Celery, &c. (ie him a trial. TMPK?if sr?"-- " rs -- r v If- - u C-- l" A FILTER Semi-Week- ly InteriorJoukmi: DnrEMncu 1G WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. FOR MILK. Aro There Any Newspaper Women Who 8tanford, Ky 1892 I'akn Interilews? paid thoro nro women correspondents who fake interviews. Thoy It is er-hn- ps I. go across the water to Europe. They send homo pretended interviews with distinguished persons which contain not ft word of truth. They novor to tho distinguished perWe will pay the aboe reward for out cine of wore invited Liver Complaint, I)y .peptia Sick Headache, In- son's house; they never spoke n word to digestion, Conalip.- ion or Costnenoss we can not cure with West's VeceUble Liver P1II1, when the him in their lives. But tho faked inter directions are smelly complied with. They are view is printed in American journals. purely vegetable and never fail to give wtnluc tion. Sugar coated. large boxes, contaimtiR ;o In course of time it flouts hack ucrose pills, 35c. fcware of counterfeits and imitation The genuine manufactured only by The John C tho witter. It comes under tho distinguished person's eye. Thenceforward Wt Co., Chicago, 111. For sale by A R in his mind all American newspaper wo man are liars and unscrupulous hangers on to the ragged oil go of reputable cwisra&rBtsvsn not to bo countenanced anywhere. I have been told tiiat this thing has been ilono on numerous occasions by women A new and Complete treatment, consisting of suppositories. Ointment in Capsules also in box tolerably well known in journalistic cirand pills; a positive cure for l'.xtcn al Internal, cles. I hope for tho sake of journalism lllltid or Bleeding, Itching, Chroric, Kocent or Hereditary Piles This remedy hasncierbe:n mul of honest womon workers every$1 per bo. 6 lor $5, sent by mail Vnown to fail where that it is not true. Tho wickedest. Why suffer from this terrible disease when a written guai. ntee is positively given with 6 boxes, to most disreputablo thing a journalist can refund the money if not cured. Send stamp for do is to write n lie. The more experience free sample. Guarantee issued by A K. Penny, 'I have in newspaper ranks the more that Druggist and sole agent, Stanford, Ky, Call for samples. truth is impressed on me. Tho ono who writes n Ho discredits all honest journalists and decent journalism, however trivial tho lie may be. Our real power in journalism, of whatsoever kind, first on our ability to see tho Dr. E. C. West's Nerve and Drain Treatment, a truth, next on our ability to tell it. Wo a specific for Hysteria, Dimness, Kits, Neuralgia. Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by alcohol weaken our powers in both directions or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression. Softwhen we write n single line that is false. ening of Drain, causing insanity, misery, decay, death, Premature Old Age, ltarrenness, Loss of A thoroughly sincere jwrson knows on and tho instant when anybody is telling him Power n either sex, Imnotency, Lucorrna-all Female Weaknesses, involuntary I.osies. Sperof brain. Self a falsehood, and tho journalistic fakir matorrhea caused by A month's treatment must meet in timo tho fate of .all liars. Abuse, $i, six for $5 by mail. We guarantee six boxes to Tho woman fakir, if there is any, may cure. Each order for six boxes with 5s will send written guaranttc to refund it not cured Guarswim bravely for awhilo. Sho will bring antees issued only by A. K. Penny, Druggist and up at length ruined in health and purse, ole agent, Stanford, Ky. with not a shred of a journalistic repu tation left and not n nowsp,tper in tho Two UnusuaHy Good Offers. Union that will employ her. Moro than REAL CHRISTMAS GITS. that, sho will do her hex almost irropur-abl- o injury just at this moment when I'lrst The great Holiday Number (enlarged to stoppages of tint brightest of quarterly publica- - we nro struggling so desperately to get nuns, a worthy uamo among tho world's work"TALES FROM TOWN TOPICS," ers. She will help create an improssion Out December ist.n'.l news and book stands and that all newspaper women are liars and sharpers. railway trains, pice 50 cents, will be scut :p:r,jej:ej It is a bravo anil eloquent tribute To all who send Si for three months' trial subscrip- Which W. T. Stead pays in Tho Review tion to of Koviows to 'Frances "Willard, whom TOWN TOPICS. The largest, raciest, strongest, most varied and ho calls "tho uncrowned queen of Amei-ica- n entertainiug weekly journal in the world. democracy." Ho says that the real Second To all who will iced $5 will be sent church militant in America is the V. C. Town Topics and "Tales from Town Topics" from date until January 1, 1S94, covering- 5 Nos. of the T. U., and that tho women belonging to inimitable quarterly (regular price $ $t) and 14 it have done moro to advance Christian months of the greatest of family weeklies, regular unity and brothorhood than all io men price $4 per ear, who havo ever tried to work along that TTake one or the other offer at once, and remit in postal notes, orders or New York Exchange line. The W. C. T. U., if it was a HOW TO CUT FODDER. litlo to TOWN TOPICS, broador in some respects and would adat West r ;d Street, New York 73 l'olut That Is Not as '!rly fniler- mit men ns members, might stand for Ktooil at It Shuiilil lie. tho beginning of tho church of humanIn cutting hay aud fodder the length ity. of cut of considerable importance. If the cut feed is to be wet and meal Don't bo nn old fossil . mixed with it, the shorter is W. T. Stead says of Queen Victoria: better, fodder particularly, itfor cut the it will Imj fairly said "Broadly sjieaking, it may more readily take up the that the queen would bo acknowledged become softerwater moro digestibleand aud as by all her ministers; Liberal or Con- well as more palatable. If it is to be servative to havo moro knowledge of fed dry then it may be cut in lengths of the business of governing nations than an inch and f to two Indies, aiy of her prime ministers; moro experi- this length being ltetter than a shorter Fi rst Pa weiiger Well, oid boy, wlm t's ence of the my.steries and intricacies of one for fodder, because the cows will foreign affairs than any of her foreign not get their mouths sore on account of up tliisufteriiiHiu? A SURE and CERTAIN CURE secretaries." Second PMssenger All but thosetlp. ' the hard pieces of stalk cutting their known for IS years as tho BEST gums when they yet the pieces upright BrookhTt Life. The leading Moral decorator of Clove-lan- d REMEDY FOR PILES. Prepared by niCIUItDSOVmiOR If ED. CO., ST.LOClg. is a woman Mrs. C. II. Wilson. between their jau s. An Innocent l'itlui'r. When the fodder is cut short and wet She began tho business on a small scale, Ho whs going homo to hi wife and learning her way stlon; as tho wnt. and softened this objection does tiot Now she has 10,tK:0 feet of greenhotu.es. apply. The English farmers speak of family. It whs growing dark. His mud from tho station was a lonely one. mul "chaffing" instead of their It is a pleasure to write of a woman who and if we can get haycuttinghxlder hay, he was getting along nsfast as he twild. aud into has head enough to conduct a large bui-ues- s enterprise successfully. Floricul- the condition of chuff 'as regards fine- when lie suddenly suspected that a mini ness behind him whs following him purposeture is a work particularly adapted to only it will be to our advantage. The ly. Tho faster he objection to be made to this short went the faster the us an and women, if they are willing to observe cutting is the time it takes to do it, but man went, until they ntiim to it cliuri h remedy are wonderful lu their eflects a. the conditions of success, the firfet of In freeing the systems of billoiunesa W is and malaria. Ko ono Hi in j; In which is, as a Now York florist declares, there usually plenty of time to spare yard. "Now," he said to himself, "I'll iu winter. Finely cut hay, fodder and find out if he's after me," and hocntwd "hard work and no Sundays." straw can' be letter mixed together tho churchyard. Thu man followed should be txlthout thctu. Their we jirurcnts attacks of chills and fever, Don't aleeptt hinglo night upon that than when cut long, and by mixing him. Vague of revolvers and dumb ague, bilious colic, and elves V abomiuation, a drajied and canopied them we can sometimes feed to better garroters grew upon hint. Ho made a the system strength to resist all t ha evils of an unhealthy and Impure) at- - A led. 'Tear off tho curtains and let tho advantage than to feed separately. detour of a splendid mausoleum. .Still ruospliere. Klegantly We have found when ive have cut u the man wa after him, round and air in. J?rice,23o. Office. 311 Park I'Uce.N.V. large quantity of corn fodder At tho Episcopal convention in Balti- time that it soon lost iLs sweet at one round. smell, At last ho turned mid faced the felmore they finished tho revision of the and unless it w as thoroughly dry would, book, which had been hanging if idled in large heaps, heat up aud be- low and asked. "What the dickens t pniyer fire for twelve years. They also favored come musty. We finally adopted the you want? What aro yon following m Christian unity when tho Christianity is plan of mixing the cut fodder with cut for?" "Well, sir, do you always go home Episcopal and settled various other mat- hay or straw as soon us possible after like this? I am going up to Mr. house with a parcel, mid the ters. But 1 saw never a line about cuttiug it, and it then keptiti good conxPsssBss 'issUlLSW xirter at tho station told 1110 that if I'd striking that monstrous word "oby" dition. Cutting fodder pays, not onTy out of tiio marriago service. How a by making it more convenient to feed,' follow you I should find the place, n you live next door. Aro you going lioniv woman with Aspark of brains or self but having MILES Mil" respect can be a member f a church condition to the manure iu such line at all tonight?" MellHJiirno City and handle, there being no that retains the word "obey" in its mar- long, tough stalks to bother. This is Country. riago ceremony is a mystery. It is too uite an item where large quantities of Nntimil llcMilt. much for me this trying to understand dder are used and the manure is . Lawyer Blank lias his office in tho city the feminine nature. drawn out In the field in winter to be aud his home . tho suburbs. Ho was at "ir jssawissssssfcM used on spring crops. (olman's Ilural his office desk tit oilier day, making out Indians occupying farms iu the Twenty mllesthe Shortest to voted for president for the first tiuie World. a brief, when the door opened ami his this year. 1 commend to general attenDAIRY SUGGESTIONS. yonnget loy came iu. . tion and extended application tho follow"Hello. Johnny!" said tho lawyer: "is Ik a cow leaks her milk, get rid of anything the mat why, wli.tt does your Chicago, St, Louis, Michitau Points, ing extract from an Hblo editorial in the uuu o, New cieyeiana. Detroit, York Sun on the red man with a her. mother mean by letting you come to the IndUnapclU and the West, Nkvkh change u cow's food suddenly. city in a suit of dot lies four size too Ke w England, Canada, vote: "It ued to bo said that the reason why the Indian did not get his rights Do it by degrees. small for you?" Ik the cow is not what she ought to was ho had no vote. Possessed "Theo clothes fit mo all right when 1 I'liradelphia, of a vote, lie will Halumore, Washington, find champions enough be, success iu the dairy is impossible. started," replied Johnny. "I came in on Quickest time tolUrroititmr, Krankfcrt, Ky Sosik cows are very hurt! to milk. a milk train." Chicago Tribune. Shortest 2and in congress and in his district." Richmond, VIRGINIA Qtiickett line to They are a nuisance. Get rid of them. Nearly all tlte temperance work that A tow is not a profitable milk N Clniiii'e, can count real, jieriiiaiieiit results hns producer thata burden on is the pocket-Look- . "U this novel thoroughly original?" been done by tho V. C. T. U. and or. cm in vrfi.Tltiri P.D TRAIN'S thro" with ganizations of women. asked the publisher. out chanee vu Chattan, oa, IIirniiDKhatn, MeridWill you tvarui the water for the "To, sir." making direct connections en route lor xnoj. ian, To me the brightest gleam of hope cows this coining winter? It will pay "None of the old characters or situville, Ashewlle, LynchburKand points in the during tho presidential campaign of 18W you to do so. ations':' A oooi) cow ought to have a capacious was the interest women took in iolitical "Not one." questions. They read, studied and in- body, with plenty of room for the work "Well, nir, it cannot succeed. Ynu Columbus, Wilraing At Chattanooga for Atlanta, vestigated. College girls formed debat- of the organs. must think tho publio doesn't know what ton, Charleston, AugunU, Macon, Savannah ing clubs and thought nut and discussed A cow that is thin skinned and whose Urunswick, Lake City, Thotuasville and rLOItl it has been vMiting all those year." DA points. labor, silver and immigration far skin does, not move easily over the ribs, Washington .Star. running' solid Vetibuled trains with tariff, The only line Pullman lioudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to St more wisely and well thnn many an old is not a good cow to select. Augustine without change lor any class of pat. hunks who has been voting forty years Alteiccl. If farmers would be more careful sengets or baggage. "Gracious, .Smith, old boy, how aro Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decstur could do. (iirls who take interest in about selecting cows that are profitaFlorence, Memphis and All KANSAS points. subjects like this will keep their heads ble producers, they would often havo you? 1 haven't neeii you for ages. You Shortest and quickest to Anniston, Selmn, Mo. scarcely know you are altered. I bile. Dncct connections made at NKW OR- on through life. Thoy will never break more money. Farmers' Voice.. LEANS without omnibus transfer for Galveston their hearts and commit suicide, because again. Houston, Austin, An lUcellent t'.KK ItHttoii. of man. "ExCUhll me, sir, my name is not Food rich iu this nitrogenous ele- Smith." CALIFORNIA. TEXAS, MEXICO AND Joseph 21. Bennett has given ments will always induce liens to lay Colonel "Great Scottl Your name altered as The enly through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, two houses, valued at iO,UOO, for womif they are in good condition. It is imMiss.. Shreveport. La., making direct connections en students to live in during their at- portant that the hens be kept in exer- well?" rithout omnibus transfer for Lauas, rori worm tendance at the University of Pennsyl- cise., as it promotes the appetite and Austin, San Antonia, El Paso and pointsm Hut She Won't. ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. vania. To this gift he adds a check of better fits them to lay. An excellent TEXAS, Mrs. Guzzuiu I hear you are going $15,000 for tho woman's university en- food for this purpose is equal parts of For through rate, correct county maps and tu dowment fund. Mrs. Bloomlield Moore bran, ground oats and corn, and to each Bonth for visit. information call an Agent at Junction City, Kv Mr8sMaddox Yes, and while I am i.i adds alco her contribution, a check for quart of the mixture add a gill of lin' II, J sor address Trav. Pass. Agt Jnncilon Ciiy.Ky $10,000, to the woman's department of seed meil. Scald it and feed to twenty Atlanta I intend to try come of tho Georu. U. fciiwAKua, D. MILLER. Pennsylvania university. hens. Give a pound of meat to twenty gia crackers 1'va heard bo much about. Ci.P .VT, A Traffic Mangr., Cincicnali. hens twice a week. Feed twice a dav. Detroit Free Press. Eliza Akchaud Conner. W. P. WALTON. $500 REWARD. - I'en-n- y. . 03-i- 13 I !LE JAPANi; y, CURE J7-- r do-pen- over-exerti- on 97-- V The department of state publishes a number of documents, forwarded by Consul Henry li. Uidor. in relation to the milk supply of Copenhagen, which it seems is rigidly guarded against adulteration and infection. Among other precautions, all mills sold in the town is requited to bo Altered by pawling through nn apparatus described as below: Two enameled-irotanks, A and 11, on different levels, are connected by a pipe opening into the bottom of each, so that milk poured into the upper tunk comes up as a kind of spring t the bottom of tho lower. In the bottom tank (H) aro three layers of gravel (1, 2 and 8) that in tho lowost layer about half the siste of a pen. in the middle layer somewhat smaller, and in the third or top layer a little larger than a pin's head. Tho layers are sepnrntod from 1110 each other by perforated tin trays row" 'How, darling?' and George, utterly ing on galvanized rings II 11 H, with ringi G G G, between, to oblivious of overything olw except tlron, looked fierce. protect uic uuatnui. a, k is siiown aiv " 'By staring at me all tho time.' ring to preserve onnmol "Wait a minute,' Niid Gt'orgo.and he against the iron or base F. On the top of the uppermost layer of began watching tho offender. "It was evident that tho man was in gravel are six layers of tine cloth. I. no sonso a masher, for when he saw tho pretty woiipii'h escort eying him ho turned his face toward the homely wom an with him. Goorgo watched for live iniilutes, and during that time he nlso observed th homely lady. Then he : ii n ' aiico more tt nod to his own cliannor: " 'It's all right, darling,' he said, Itnd I won't interfere with his looking at yoi. all ho want.- o. If you wore as homely as that worn and she was at pretty aa yon are, dearit. I'll 1m blamed if I wouldn't look at her all 1 wanted to. I k-wouldn't care if it throw thu whole train 4 off tho track and tore up tho roadlxl The whole is kept in position by a pyra- for twenty miles.' "Then uh smiled thu very sweetest midal frame work which presses down kind of it smile aud the othor man the tin trays. f As the milk rivjs U the top of the tank it passos off (through watched her cautiously, nnd Ueorgo lot pipe K K) iuto a largo storage or mix- him." Detroit Fm Pros. ing receptacle, C, and thence into the On trie'r.olllHtf Deop. bottling room, through pipe M. the upright part of which Is ierforuted with a number of holes o as to drawmilU from every purt of the tank 0 ami so equalize the quality. There aro four of tlie.se filters one small one for cream, one very large one for children's milk, and two large ones for the other milks. Through one of the two large ones the sweet milk is first passed; through th othor milk, and then the buttermilk, so that the lower classes may not interfere in anyway with the better qualities. n india-rubber - Description of nn Apparatus at Copenhagen. 'oit In Tse llxtrnordlnnry Generosity. n funny thing on n C. and O. train, going from Mnyflvillo to Cincinnati last weok," wid tho drummer, with it chuckle that whetted tho nppctito of his listeners. "Sitting right in front of me was n tall Reutuckjnu with n rattling pretty girl besido him, evidently his newly made wife, nnd it was plain that he wm proud of hsr. Across the car from tlipm nt another couple who had conip on nt Maysville, evidently from tho Ohio tfdb of the river. The man was not at all Ixtd looking, but the woman with him had n fact on her that would scan n netting hen off her nesfc It didn't take rite man long to notice tho protty woman across tho car, and then ho fairly fwsted his eyes on hor. lie sHt facing her. and sho couldn't get out of reach of his guxo, and nt lat it lxtrau to (iulmrrnH her. " 'Uoorgtj,' she finally wiid to her bus- Umd. 'tliHt mttu across tho car nitnoys "I saw HOW THAT METER WORKED. 1J.JJ. The rmnllr tVn Oiu-- p Out of Town, tint for tint lu Hill AVr Correct. There was tiro in his yo thatrniornlng Hhi r p3 r 's Magazine. ILLUSTRATED. Ilnrtwr's Mswlt ser iot will wntlrtat to celhne inslnt.ir. tie- uswlvtUil slsndsrd tt It from the rffctntilrif whuh h T the year will tie Aiww tht notable v new itttveUh) A. t wish Ik)Ui, Wttnfcxii 4i.l Wlllinw fUtk Shod sIoiIm tmtmlur writer o will lie ciiftttisuleil kv Ike west thetUv, iHilu.liiii Mery h. WIII..M Klchsorl Hremltr HartHnK Dun-- . Muriemr. 1Ub 'I hv lllwslratrd y mIht ernclrs bv JulisH HsIrSi tiv (Nipeta ill sind Weeirrn sutjj.i r tVH hw Snutlii In. tier by 1'oulttiejr Htgrltwi Child hard lUrUttK IMvU Ilitssla anil i.f rmoitji hy Kit m a tatntiMi krwi, bv I l 1 . A tfcidjr u hsslrrs Ittdcf. Hi ftlwls A Ahbi s ill utrV will be cenlln-mm- I. tnHis itl I.ittrar') articles wilt ke tttNtributcil by 1 . FteMs Wil-lisriisrV. I'll- -t Nn.tiw Mrs Dean ItawelU, Uratxler Matthews ami nlbers - I J lie.-un-til india-rubb- er foot-piec- e 1 -- - 1 - I half-skimm- iaSUu Stl-W- buckeyePILE OIHTWENT i.-- ml m cures mimm but piles, one-hal- !T.ny Liver Pi!!! nnli-blllo- TUTT'S u anti-mulnrl- 0 Malarial Regions arjpir-coateil.- $ a do you call that?" This was rathor a tough ono for the dork, and thero was u gleam of triumph in the eye of tho customer ns tho clerk hesitated. Would Mr. B. havo timo L go up to the houso with an inspector to discover the leak? "Certainly," ho mid, with the air of n man who has won an iuiK)itut battle, and titen ho made Mine sarraatio re marks about the "Iwtk." Mr. 11. and the inector examined the motor, and sure enough wnce the lat record had Irh-i- i taken it had gonu 011 industriously at tho same rato as it had evidently lieen moving for tho last thtito uiuntrls. Then they went on nn into th' hone. No smell of iwaping gas met them. The inspector exuminwl the burners iu tho hnll, iwtrlnr, dining room, kitchen ami bedroom. Everything seemed to 1k all right, II bognn to look mystified, Mr. B. liecnmo m'oro exultant every moment. Matches were lighted and placed near all tin joint, but without effect. The leak still remained a nivsUjry. "It must lw in tho walls or wiling," "tiid tho inspector at laU "ami it must Is; found, or the whole blamed 1hhim might blown tip day." Mr. B. Ixfgun o look uneasy. He opened the bathroom door, and tho first thing ho aw was a sickly looking flame of gas. Tho slats iu tho window blinds oikii nnd the sunlight lmido tho gas flume look pals. But thoro it was, turned on almost full foreo. The inspiMHor saw it at the same tiniu. "That's a burner, and it's burning about fivo feet an hour," ho said quietly. Mr. B. looked foolish. He niado n mental calculation. Fivo feet an hour, twenty-fou- r hours a day,' thirty dnys n month, and three imtnt lis, v. gnw bill of alsmt fifteen doll art. Ho only uttorod me word, and that lxgnu with big D. Then he paid iw bill and gave the inspector two dollars to say that the leak was due to tlte carviWstieM of the serv antu iu thekrU-litm- . Nw York Tribune. e true. "Exactly." continued IJ "and iuspito of the fact that my houso has beon olonetl up for three mpnths and not a soul ha Won iu it, my gn bill is just as big u it is when my family is all at home What kind of way of doing business 11 fur MaeHsta;, 50 ceei.s CUth each mall, pott sld. ter, isn't it?" e Kemittances slioubl ke made by Tho clerk examined the books ngnin Jldiiey Order nr Drali te iW cliar.ee f Newspaper ate km tti and replied that tho last assertion WH4 wiiIiohI tbr pees errftr cony this ailvettlsasrat. 01 jiarntr .V motncis. vnhiMte ns ha boarded an nitowu elevated railroad train on his way to tho gas office. "1'vo got them this time," ho muttered Biivniroly, "and they will have a hard time iu explaining the freaks of that metor, I am thinking." Tho clerk in the gas office canw forward to attend to the wants of Mr. 1). a fow minutes lattr. B. wan mad throu;'i nnd through now, lie had workal himself into altiiosit a rag by thinking of the outrageous charge which ths gas company had made, "Seo here." ha blurted out, 'If 1his company dotttm't oorroct that bill, 111 have the whole bnstnets indicted for highway robbery." uho clerk picked up the bill which had lieon so spitefully thrown down, nnd oxauiiiifNl it as calmly an if stioli outbursts were ordinary affaire. Then he went Iwek and compared tho bill with the books. He came back evidently in tho same contented frame of mind. "Weill" from Mr. II., ami tho word sounded like tho roort of .1 gun. "Tho bill apiKKtrs to bo all right," replied the clerk as calmly ns licforo. "All right! Great Jthoaphat! See here, young man, that bill is for about tho same amount that I ay iu tho win- filnt Cotue KerH-mui- 11 !, drli. The-fHlor- sbkrpcre't1ls Jse Per Year HAHfEK'a riilUODlCAU. Harper's St lies llirr' .MssMsaifip......... Harper ukly lltttfwr's Hsr ... VHc l'replc ..M ... ..Si . A 4 t" l'oia. Ci Bai 4iil Mrsie MbiiVctl Is tac Umtd Tlie VelsHiveil I be M atari ne kesjis wis the Nwwtr fur June antl lieeember Mr stach iter. M1 he-(-in When He tlstw is mtntSmed, sstecrtileia l Hk liW nnlxr current at 'tke e HohikI Vmuwes C Ilaipef's el awder Iht tlnre ye .rs ha V., aeat eVww bimiirf, will he sett njr ail, pet (mI,o rerpl il fj te pt Mag-aain- 1 lr oxi Paat-vfrteI AUdlC HAKI'KIl I New Vtk. 1893. Harper's Weekly. ILLUSTRATED. m askiifiwli(l(ed itanlita( fust urxene Illustrated weekly pen. duals ta America it ocrHpir a plaie kelcen that ef the humet tlsily paper arl that of tbc less finely neatkly maiiartNe. Il includes Lvth lUrrature and nhwi.snd pit, tats n Ith equal li.iveand frlK Ity the real esasits fenrreat hKinry .ml the im aginailvr) Ikeinea of tkiKsa. tin c.nnt of lit vciy rwtaplete series el illuiitstX'DI "I the World's Fair, if will be Hel nnl Ibe xuldc to the great Kiwwltl., but alw Its brst swvteuir Fv. ery public event fs;eeeal ialerett will be fu! y illustraird hi ita Its belt); from the beat writers anil tttU la ihw t.uutry it will canttnue to esce4 In literature, news ami lilustrattofis, all Uker pubhcaltaM of lta rlae- - Ilsrpct's Weely tet pi. HAItPKR'S I'KRIODICAUS. I4rVear: llarptr's Mafaalne. Harper's Weekly. . Itsrptr's llarar llsip.r't rest VmMig Slates, CsrwAs Aed Miaiee. mi- - l'itil... Free to all ....... ,....... , . .. . lie 4 1 . , r astWetUser Irs tko I'niltd 1 Tke veturaea of tin Weestlr knela with the hl't Number f lanuaiy ef naan yer Whasst sk litre is a eatieaeil abserisH'HMst wtH bos In with the uutthef curiwit at tke time ul leVKtpief arder llattnd Volumes ef llarsxe'a Weekly lee three years birk m aeat ttnsk bladlair. will be sen by tree ..( eitwe malt pMiasrr paid, .r be (pravidel ike Ireifbl dea smH eicied l per v UMtav far Jr per vehni. Cktk caxsa f"r mch v4arc, suitable for lr)il , an receipt of ins wilt be seat by mall, $1 k. e akotiki be mtie by IleaMUaace Mney Older sw Dialt te antM c hi nee id Newa)cts tie act to copy ibis advcllaement wlihaut tae rspress order l Ilsipor ft Kretbci., Addreas IIAKI'LK HltOTIIhrtS. New vik eaiif, ptsM-paid- lBi-ort..! wore-iwirti- y 1893. Harper's Bazar. ILLUSTRATED. and pattern sheet supplement, are indtepeetable attic te the haras dross maker and the profettwn al modiste No eiptn-- e is spartd tu make Its ar llstic attriMtivetirst itf the highest order Its brtickt siosIm, amuNnsT coturdtee asxl taMt,;htfil essays sstisfy all tastes sail Its last paste Sswou, as a budget uf wit and humor In lie weekly is sttew evcrytklnvf is included wbick Isul iulciett to women Dm serials fiir it- - will he wiliten by Walter liesanl and Cdna I yall Christine Ter hune llcrtwk will furnssk a practical tr- - end " O'a.e Kinst. Olive Thome tied "At tke Totlel Milter nl Candece willbe fnoucntcoa tributois. lkewmL,t wuwenin tho (turnbtsn by msHy Kspotitimi will ke fully reprcM-sttrT. W. HiccHHwn, in "Women aud Men,1' will please a cuWvuted audience. 1 Harper's llsntr It a fur lh Vinine It Civet the fullest and lateH inlmaltwu abou fath and it numerous lllu.traltuns, ISrts detlcns tent, )ritl 11 Mkr Th "Biifcliiwon Knit vi-io- of P 'QBjSBf ISIiiegvMiisFi Fit7-krown- sttdde, with no lioiso of linding titivtlitnif moro to do ail winter." 1 itit't what it ued to lx," wiid the Church Fair Stew Joke. "I am not m jHipular ith 1 wtic wai." But think of my condition," wild the faded creature iu the corner. "I have appeared coistmitly for inoutlH. and now, all worn nut, am thrown 1 tir SritMiii, ZEl 1 1 MARfEU'STKUIOOICALS. l'erNear 1 1 m rti. j u rut itniirvsa I laipcr't Weekly . HatKcr lltuar Harper's Vmini; lVufdc.... I'listaee Krce tu all subscribers Stile, Canada and Mcsiee. 4 4 OO 4 . . , 1 CJ the INiltd 94, IKSgfeMiO tloor about htr "Truly you nro in a pitiable condi-- Number lor January of each )ear When no time is mentiiineil subscriptions will heciu with tio;i." roIHHldtKl tho ('. P. S. Joke, "ImU Number current at the time ef receipt of order the Hound Milumes of Harpi lUsar for three wlio are your' She drew l.er tattered ,nm of ..mi.ix J7, ?Zl""n"V" !Z i"" .7"' 7r 7." Zl ! the Volumes f the IUrar btiiip with tbf firtt I 'mXZdJZ75;,Z "I am tho .Summer Girl Rhyme." Truth. (iHllltKlllT. as hhocadly answereil: J ! CINCINNATI, . New York, Boston, A woman iu a rich brogue itnif a jHxir gown, wilh four children hanging to her ukirts, stood Ix'fore bin honor charged with drinking too much. "Your name':" iiiquiied I11.1 linimr gently. "(JtiUagher, sor," eho replied. His honor nodded to the lwiihir. "Let iter gi," ho Mtid briefly, ami calkil the next cusp. Detroit Free 1're-". pn Hied the freight dves not Ptcttid $ pel volume) fur if per vnlume Cloth fuses for ach volume, suitable for linil-inwill te sent hy mall, post paid, mi receipt ul fi each. e Kemitlatices should ! mtile hy Mrmey Order or Drall to avoid chancn il loss, Neusptprrs are nol to copy thlt adtertuero'nt wiikiiiii llie express nrdrr ofllarprr fi Ilrnthers, Address fillAKI'lK .'. iiKOUIF.KS. New or I. l'l-otTtc- sosrM qtsxTitr. BISTIIOllLlTT. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM 'I NEW BfolEAHTS. First Collegian This newspajHir tlk about flip brutality of footlmll iniierfect ly ridiculous! Second Ditto Simply idiotic. Hand mo the iirniett, will you? Million. in iiiiuiit. ef'-'- he Viilri- - of Ksperlriire. VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Romodios. EVERY FOR 20 YEARS OA130MfcTAS9 ' rnpti4b; BOHLE GUARANTEED. SOLO KVlMtYWIIKUK. Scientific American Agenoy for KKIURUiOX.TsTMIKMID. CO., HT.IOCIS. Lr lirst?-L-ife, wwi 7 1 llS-QISB COPYRIQHTS, TfcADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS 11 oaveat8, Tit-Bit- s. 11 She When you speak to papa and ask his consent, lie is sure to demand what your prospects are. He How can I tell him what my tirospects are uuleus ho shows his hand Fnr information and free Handbook writo to Ml NN X I'D.. ;i llHOAlilTAr. NKW YOHK. Oldest bureau fnr securing patenta III Amarlca. KTcry patent taken 'out by us Is brought before toe publio by a notice glren free of charge lu thu etc. gtitntxiit JJrWMflw Lareest circulation of any srientinri paper In tits Splendidly Illustrated. No intclllsmit man should be nit bout It. Weekly. S.'l.OO yeari 1J0 slxromiths. Address MUNN & CO, I'UUUUiKits, S llroadway. Now York. world. w PARIS FASHIONS. A i'nrlUmrutiiry Courtlilp. member of tho lngl'luturo tanti lefct ( X i c V i S- Turn Ait UmmI for Trimming All Klnili loiip whllo nnil. had takun htr to Htnl the houmt until sho utli wrtlt i4Me.l in r Ciiiriiututiu Strtn looking jmnblim of nmtoriiil tho rulua. On tho Inst, dny of the. wjiitin am they nro ritittOtfotlioriiBd enllwl timiitlos now, came out ho bought bur n bouquet of nnd wo mum wer thetn, yst now nnd tlion thuro will bo a gliwuii of sfiiHR llouurs und aald to ho.it "May I oiTor you my haudfiil of which vimMoa tho wwirr of womanly flowers,?" jjnrmunta to retain tholr renxon. In tho Sho replied, promptly: "I move to Dota and on tho Chainjw Ulyswa, u well nmund by omltUng' all nftr the word rts in oarriugs, one tws creations that ,hand.,,, nro iMjtlttvoly hiriooiiH, ami ynt tliy ! lie blusiilnfly accepted U himcihI in vono among llioao mnt during. and thoy ndopUvl It unanltBftusly young American recently twrril inont ton Olobo. A ton to u French ilnke woro a ouriotns iniuit! of hiHCiiit colored felt cloth Iwrttorttd In.ii Kail llttt. Frleml -- That with n narrow curled band of ))btlr hfttn I from you waa aboinlimUly printwl otrieh foathow, called, for jutit full of bluHdera. marabout. Tho mnutta wiw plaitwl o a mjimro yoko and hung fnto to tho lbiinM Man (smillr) I know berth of knees. An oiioriiiptiN pelm-Ji"Wly don't 3tm dichnrg the fel-- J deup red velvot, with gold llowera oui- - JOW7 1 typa-writU-in THE RYDER ROAD. ntielteji; I.rtoti, Trlto, lint Alwaji Timely nnd Important. In iolitB. ItVagirl." diwharf o Uio ;irl.M "Xererl I'm In love with lw." "TIkwi marry Imt. "She won't hav ma"-- N. Y. Weekly. Ills frplnrpiirr, "Oh, Oaorge," said Clara, drawing bank maidenly with n little ahudder; "Oh, George, fear I am too extraui-(ran- t to make you a good wife." "Never mind, dear." Mild tieorgc, ottnhigly, a lie draw her pVimp form to hU proud and manly Ixvsoim. "1 think I like you nil the more becausu you are a little wnht-fnl.- " Trntli. 1 "Weill, V -f i Mini an Ol.Jrrt. f Ki&awH it 1' l mitetlng wuti oer. "Yon gatlculated vhiluutly and Inecawintly." "I wh. prnetieiuic for ordinary audi cunus wm yovwo i.Ainns. eiHNts, Kmlly," lwietly explalnwl the bmidiMi-- iiloug the wig, ittttck twit in orator. Chicago Tribune tiKly angles over tW ilMMildorH. Big r I'oari'i WmIkp (! vt". with fulling red velvet "You we, It was this way. They were cuffs. flinl, .1 it off, nnd, gtrMge to nay. all three so dead in love with her, and thr are in.iiiy wrap all too nearly Uko all m eligible, that to settle tho mutter thb. Huik- art- in cnaugeaU Vflwirc, she agreed to marry the one who should koiiio in iltiti, nium of mntelKMHr wwd gin the neiirest to her age." nnd other i. rrd. All bav "And did she?" fnr ulwt them witmnvlHW. "I don't know. I know that she Slurntii Hot ihi xll kiiidi of garment ried the one who gueed the lowt.sL" for ontriiMir mid in. for young nimI old. Indianapolis .lourunl. Nib'e mul ermiue nr the inaet nUotMMllrnt Wl'lllJ. costly thi m:r. Mini: come next, "I'iii not going to play with Whitty nnd military hi1 citmail enjM are inndf of it. Cuh hav ilMuict Wiittutti any more," Mild .limiiiloboy. "lie a pl.iitH f fnr, which tit vry mid in awful disolwrcnt boy." "Why. what has Whitty done?" asked iiflVet. SeaUkin iwletots which rwuh iuuulrloy's mamma. up over tha the feet and try to "lie doesn't mind mc nt all." suld hiKid nro very chic. The collars are rut .llmmicboy llarper'a Young People. out in turret jMtinK which make a Incoming frnme. to ret u pretty face in. IiiraiillU I'lillntoi.liy. Tho elmpoof pnletotH is dUtinetividy for "Hello. Shanks! Did yer hear dat tho youthful. A hnndhome and very .litumy .liukHi-- dad is dead?" Frenchy mii tout clonk fer a young lndy "No. Did ho leave Jimmy anything?" in made of f'lo :iulitry uloth, anil con "I dtiuno; but I guess he didn't leave Mtn of nu uudorcoat withont tdeuviw nnd him tiMtulif but it orphan." Life. n cnmnil cajx? lined with red cloth and a Mlni. bound with military braid, the whulo Little tlirl -- Mamma. I gUess tbe tailor finiibed. Forsortio du bil, theater, etc., long shoo are a little too big. Miimuin Why so? cm gathered under n yoke, fur Little (Jlrl -- They stopped hurting mo tho style. Hut a they nay at are the llrst week. 5ood News. Monto Carlo, everything g(K, fnin lx)r coats to magnificent eriuiuo lined Hrdtrr anil .ftrr .Miirrl4i:r. I uvst ki onll lirr uni;nl, elil to own mnntloi, with gold nnd jeweled . flfinp; Shf ttail Astrakhan nnd Persian luiubcamniUaud IlHlunn tvi vrlBics lo fly Ui Hrmrri'y wlutft tinil inlKhttlilnk ntncc thru tho long inantk' with ohort backs are very crown, much in vogue. T spi the wy hhc flips mt ra tlin tlmei -.' lor-dere- d, cl.-tpi- Ymwine4l to forjfet that you were talking to an audiomiseouipoaed entirely of blind persons," sakl the wife of the .sjieaker on tho way home after the length. All tills tins been accomplished by persistent nnd united energy of tho neighboring fanners. Good roads and tidy farms, wherever found, are sure evidence of thrift nnd Intelligence If the women folks should nllow rubbish to accumu ate in tho corners of the rodms thoy would deservedly gain tho nmno of slovenly housekeepers; so, too, should the farmer bo dubbed slovenly who permits weeds along his fences and roadsides. Moreover, ho neglects the golden rule, for weeds are travelers, having ninny ways to reach neighbors' premises. It is the nature- of weeds, when undisturbed, to multiply their speoles ntnazingly. A single plant of moth mullein bore in one season nincty.one seodpods; the seeds from three of thosrjHxls, carefully counted, numbered 000. If only half the seeds from this plant had grown, how much lalwr would have been required to destroy one year's increase; while that of successive years would bo beyond compute. Kvcn now it is not too lato to begin warfare against weeds. If immediately after rain or wilting frost the stalks arc cleared up anil burned from roadsides, fence lines and gardens, millions of seeds may be destroyed; then if the ground is 'turned over with the plow to the winter frosts most of the roots will be killed. A thorough harrowing in spring and another in midsummer would put an end to roots that may havo withstood the winter and also to seedling weeds. This severe treatment is for perennials of long standing or that sucker. Annuals anil some perennials may be killed out in time nnd by persistent close outting, as plants cannot flourish without leaves, nnd are soon exhausted by bemif forced to" send out new foliage. Hear in mind that a good work begun is more than half done. Do not wait till liuohes und briers add work of extermination, nnd do not depend upon example alone to make your neighbors see the error of their ways. Start a firmer' club and make war against weeds u condition of membership. Thus you may gain cooperation and greatly lesson the danger of unwelcome tenants from your nclghliors surplus. Mrs. .1. M. Milli-galu N. Y. Tribune. - Portage county, Ohio, is a long, beautiful street known as tho Ryder road. It la the pride of tho county. No weeds nor rubbish aro allowed In it) neat borders, shaded by handsome maples; no untidy farms blot Ita vicinity, but farms broad and goodly to the sight, bearing luxuriant crops, spread out on either side through Ita whole Art mt the Capital. The young man from Chicago with his bride was doing the Corcoran urt gallery In Washington with the air of u Chicago connoisseur. "Good Lord, Daisy," he exclaimed, as ho eamo up In front of Truesdoll's beautiful sheep picture, "ain't thin a corker?" "You bet It is," she responded, enthusiast!, ally, "nnd I gueas that's why KhIi An they pal it in the Corkernn gallery." And the fuzz on tho sheep began to look wild and woolly. Detroit Free Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, .. . 2 call. A. M., President. I'h i K" Session Tuesday, September 6tli, 1892. ""' J.m.wwtory ,wl Normjl Scho.,1 , , 'ir.Un, department CsUlog.it hr,. ,in I "Superior co.irw in I iteratnrc, Music and IrruUr fiirnhhed on amplication. Pros. for lllm. , H- e- Don't you think I would make a good husband? I have, such good tustu in woman's dress that I could help you select all your gowns. there is ono objeotion to Ao She--Hut l'e HUG.RUPLEY,-7 - v imkmtHW&Shts Is lieceiving His Give me He What, pray? She If I married you I would have to got them all boforehund. Judge. Settlrtl All UiiiiiiiI. Mrs. Oldstyk It seems to mo that in summer till tho single girls get engaged nnd the married womon flirt with other men. I wonder how they manage In the winter? Mrs. Worldly The single girls break tholr engagements nnd the married women get divorced. Truth. An Aliiorliliic Theme. Mr. Ilronscn Did you havo an in- that (&B THE WILLARD. FAlLlLyCNTMiS Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. (Late Alexander's Hotel.) Rates 552.50 Per Day. teresting subject presented for your consideration this morning at church? Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-HousMrs. llronson Very. Rut I couldn't Louisville, Ky. make out whether the luce trimmings : A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, were real or imitation. Chicago Nowb w. R. LOGAN, : Record. Marshall, clerks. J. J. Manager e, No Trouble About Tlint. Editor Yes; I'd like to sell you my paper. A. C. SINE Stramrer I'd like to buy it, sir, but I don't kuow how to manage one. Hditor That doesn't matter. Your subscribers will toll you nil about that. Life. (letting back for? SINE MENEFEE Proprietors of & The J. N.MENEFKE Ralbriggan I say, old man, what are you putting those toothpicks down your Flanelly Just getting in training to wear my winter flannels, old fellow. Truth. Up nil Down. t'ril to It. TANFORD LUMBER YARD, Qflicc and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. diflleut-ttestoth- e She Tho butler is becoming very impudent, dear. He (gruffly) Well, call him up. She (anxiously) And what will you do, dear, if I do? He Call him down. Jury. "Did you know his business had run down?" "I supposed so. I heard he was going to wind it up." Nast's Weekly. FARRIS & ...AND. Dealers In. HARDIN, It Looked No. HABDWABB STAPLE AND FANCY GROCEEIES, Qtteensware, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets,' Dinner Sets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. V. POULTRY PICKINGS. 1'iicV. Hat tli Ijirjut Vitrilriilir, Mm. William Laytin, who liai for tho uiMt flr yearn liveii with her huMmnd at the .Murray Hill hotel. New Yoik city, enjoys the distinction of having iho largest wardrolw of uny woman in tho world. Not only has Mr. Laytin a great mini-le- r of dritues, but die ban alo jewelry, hntx, jiarnooln and other appoiutmunt of the toilet in mot remarkabhi and recklewi profusion. All are of the mcwt costly, nnd tho sum total epuut yearly in keeping this itiiinciim wardrobe in proper condition would tirpriM the wo men who nro obliged to confine them helves lo half a dozen gowns yearly and a hat or two jht ienM)ii. Mm A DltOI' TOO Ml I'll. '' i " '"y Vl mni . 'X. C WUrt Quirk Anient. Fitou now on until spring early and Tramp I say, mister, can't yer gimlate feediug should be the rule. Amu m.i. convenient drinking ves- me a chitnee to make something Farmer Yep. Muko yourself scarce. sels for the fowls during the winter. Texas Sittings. r is Important to have the floor of the duck and geese rjuartcrs dry in ftlilty. winter. Willie Ma. what's all those holes in llv watching for the first appearance the Swiss cheese for? of cold and curing it roup may be Ma Oil, those are to let the smell " prevented. outi Truth. DitKsrtMi poultry should always be lletween the Art. thoroughly cooled out before packing "Well, what do you think of it?" for market. "Oh, It's nbout as broad as it is long." Oxi: of the best ways of securing dryLife. ness under foot is by using dry earth on the floor. AUTUMN I.i:.VK. Foil twclled head wash clean with warm miter and then anoint the whole head with glycerine. Witr.v the fowls must stay iu the house sentter the grains among straw or litter to give them exercise. Co.NiiiKi5Aiit.E care must be tuken to prevent the eggs from getting chilled if they are to bo hatched in an incu-latto-da- 1 II. WEAREN. MRS. A. W.JAMES. CALL AND SEE -- Our new line of- - X" it HEATING Bargains, -:-- Coal Hods, Vases, Pokers, fcShovcls.JKitchcn Iron'Pipe, ect. 8TCIV Sets, Zincs, Russia ' or W H. WEAREN & CO. lr plenty of clover is given there will lie much less necessity for supplying lime, as there is considerable lime iu the composition of clover. Wint.E less range is needed during the winter than iir summer, at the same time It is usually best to give the fowls every opportunity to exercise. using crude carbolic acid freely lice may be eiiacluttlly cleaned out of the ipiarters. as they cannot thrive where this is used freely. St. Louis Republic Hi ' l Si yAZP0 ' ' f rV i .11 . v - . "S -- v Bargains, m i i IN- Harper's Razar. The Intelligent ('nmootltor. "Tmtli is stranirer than tlcttun," I wrote, la vary simple diction. The careful printer matte nie say. "Truth Is stronger than friction." Detroit' Free l'rcss. LADIES9 $ 'MM' - v' Demareht's rr!ii Our Mflume. U:V-T-. -rtS'skrvwito. lmrsr : i ' iv i i' sv i - - Ti i'i YY rB you driak," said Farmer McdrtergTHs to lite little nleee from tlie city. "How nkw!" exclaimed Ike Interested girl "Now won't you please etanv mo the cow that gives the iee ertam?" Judge. I'uiiW 1 Tills is the cow tlmt gives the milk she wiiteii to s.p, COMFORT It I'ruvldrH POULTRY - HOUSE. ;iitrui;e. Nr J ' ?v "fta k . play with dolU." "Yes, it is, papa. It taken a very brave Imy to play with dolls in our school, the other boys jeer so." Harper's Young People. Alillilnlr. Mine. A - Don't you ilnd it hard ti re sist temptations, my dear? Mine. It O no, I havo nu antnl.ite whioh never fails me. Mine. A What Is It? Mme, II -- 1 "I wouldn't tnko tlmt doll to school If were yon, Unl. It isn't manly to inter. The illustration, styled tho "Comfort poultry houso" by tho dosiguer. Cnpt. Phillips, of Chicago, and the general outline Is made plain in the cut. It keeps tho fowls warm in winter and provides nmplo room for oxerciso, (jiving plenty of floor spnee. Tho house is OH' teet at the buck, 0 feet at tho bend of the roof, 2 feet at the beginning of the - vered run and t foot at tho front end nf the covered run. The house nrupt sio feet, and the covered run i Aiur'- Itoam for I.xcTeUr la Impecunious Party Can't you lend me flvo dollars? I'll pay you back in a fow days.. Frieud If I Und you the money what security hnve I that yon will pay me back Impecunious Party I'll give you my sacrejl word of hunor as n gentleman pants, almost audi pair of us good as new, which wist mo eleven dollars. Texas Siftlugs. dovoi-olore- roiull.ir ColLiterul. Cv"jr LI S Men's and Hoys' IJLiOAKI 2 ,, For the next 30 days these Ljoods 0 at reduced prices for cash. V. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Mnrlt Like It. i An llirnllll.il. MltS. WII.I.IAM MATIN. Mr. Laytin luielf in u pretty littld woman of blond type, with teddixh gold hair and a pink and wliito complexion, btrnngo to ny, fcho is not jmrt iciiluiiy fond of dress, and often declares that phe buyrt bor innntuiK' wardrobo moie to jtlease her luiubnnd than for her own gratification. Last slimmer, on her travels to the diilercnt fmdiionahht lesortn, Mrs. Lay-titook with her pieces of baggago. There were fourteen huge BiimtogiiN, aa many mora kirt trunks, u dozen lint boxes and many shawl strap,--. "How many gowns have IV" said .Mrs. Laytin in answer to a ipiestioning reporter. "Really I do not know. I bought forty iiew ones this summer. Het.ide.1 tho gowns I have ten pairs of diamond bracelets, four diamond necklaces, mammoth solitaires for earrings and moro rings than I can count." Mrs. Laytin is one of the few very dressy women wlioo pttrso strings nro always looencd at tho call of charity. Last summer alone she gave away moro than n thousand dollars in small bums lo various charitable alfairs. n iifty-heve- n squashes em up Into oil. "What kind of oil?" "I don't know 'xaetly, but ye can smell It a mile on", tluess It inns' bo nil." Uood News. Ili spite. Fresh Air Child (near the What's that.buihlin' over there? Country Hoy -- That a fish factory. They catches fisheby the ton an' sea-shor- e) The Cincinnati Weekly Gazette $1.00 A THAN -- STEABi. . A 1HOH N'T-- WEI K fully at tho right A Itulfi always surrender grace- nionient.l'aris d.ui-lols- . with liiri'ptloni. COMKOIIT "I don't know about that," said tlin demoralizer. "I owiusl n mure once ami she threw mn straigl t over her head several times." Jury. An Amr iiiIiiihiiI. ier. "Inability to throw straight is a of the femalo," said thu moral l'OlI,TU IIOrSK That girl you introduced mo to is pretty slow. Criggs Why, she snid she thought you so clever! liriggs Did she? Yes, she's pretty slow, but she gets there just the same. ' Trutlu Itrlggs A I'uratiox. Mr. the stage they always have such dolt, wooduuy actors to represent dukes und kings-Know -- Yes; that's so as to have them true lo life Puck. On Mr. New SMO feet, giving a total space of feet In tho illustration, A is tho door. ..polling into u passageway, R. and t is a passageway into the room, H is the D showing the partition. roost, and F is a under the roost, the nest being shown at JL A run under the floor is shown at 11, the steps from the run to the floor above being shown ut Iv. Ventilators are SS, and T is .i small door leading outside. The covered run has a hinged door, which enn lie raised or lowered as desired. The roof may be of tarred felt, or any suitable roofing material, and the lights in the windows of the covered run may be of oiled muslin or glass. It is a very snug and convenient poultry house, giving plenty of room for roosting nnd exercise. Farm and Fireside, is also Sx'JO A good newspaper is wanted in every home, and the fact that the W1JKKLY GAZKTTK has been published every week for Hundred Mrs. Newwed What am I to do? Mammii is coming and the cook has Years, and has been a Javorite paper in many thousands of homes, is gone homo for two weeks. evidence enongh that it is all that has ever been claimed for it the Newwed (lo right along und cook best weekly paper published in the Central States. the dishes your mother taught you to make stitution I've got age and a strong my favor. Judge. 'i con- hc :ice of This gaper is $1.00 a gear. .," drop-boar- d Not a foreigner. Mrs. Yiin Schuleyvaut My son is a regular Kohemiuu. Mrs. Harlem I'hluts Oh, pshaw, now, don't be putting on. You know he was born right here in New York. Chicago News Record. It is worth a great deal more. yourself. Send for Sample copy and sec for GREAT INDVCE5IENTS OFFERED'aGENTs! Thk Daily Commkkcial Gazkttk stands unrivaled as a newspaper. Its popularity extends from ocean to ocean. The freshest and most reliable news is given every day in the year from all quarters of the globe. Address, ' .. Kai'ilnr tliu Danger of Ilia llrnp. "Did you see those river mice scampering up from the water?" "Yes. They're trying to get away from the catfish." Puck. Jones 'Smith l'ulntar. I've got a sure tip on the races. So have I don't play 'cm. A Valuable T '" THE COMMERCIAL GAZETTE CO., PUIlLISIIIiKS, Texas Sittings. CINCINNATI. O. - T" IT' -w nyM iji - HrT't!''" HW" 4ft- - iiiiiiwuiiipi MwyT''"y' WT MlMPffTT'l O 4at TOTS FOB THE CHILDREN; -:-PRESE- i NTS FOR ILL Big Line Christmas Goods at the Lo uisville Store Presents for your Mother, Presents for your Father, Presents for your Brother, Presents for your Sister, Presents for some other fellah's Sister. We can show you Comb Cases, Plush Albums, Work Boxes, Albums, Dolls, Guds, Rattles, Wagons, Baby Buggies Carts and Drums. In addition to our Toy Line, we have made Special holiday Prices in Clothing, Shoo, Dress Goods & Notion Line. at $7.50, worth $12; extra line fancy Worsted SI , worth 18; (Jood 0 civo.it $2.7.". uorth !?."; Heaver Overcoat worth :?7.2f; Child's Overcoat 1.23, worth 2.25; Knep Pants Suit 70c, worth 1.50; Knee Mints at 25c, worth 50c. Men's Boots at 1.25. worth 2.00; Men's full stock Hoot 52, worth 2.75; Grain Boot 2, worth 3.00; Ladie' Button Shoe 00c, worih 1.50; Ladies' Kid Button Shoe 1.00, worth 1.75; Infant Shoes 25c. worth 50c; Misses' Shoes 75c, worth 1.25. Tou can buy a fine All "Wool Suit 1 r All Wool Dress Goods at 25 cents, 35c, 40c and 50 cents a Yard. Ladies' and Gents' Underwear Positively at Cost. Ladies' Vests at 25c. Red Flannel Vests 75c. Men's Undershirts .15c; Men's Red Flnnnc Ask to see our Celebrated roster, raul cc Co. Kid Gloves in Jllack and colored, every pair warranted. Shirt 50c. V have only a few Jccks and Cloaks on hand. Black and Tan $5; all wool Jersey Jacket S2.50. Remember we Fur-Trimme- d Ladies' Long- Woool Cloaks "Worth $7.00, $8.00 and $10.00 toClose Out at only $2. - In fact everything in our immense, establishment at prices lower than any other merchant in Stanford. LOUISVILLE STORE, A. HAYS, SIOEE WE ARK- - Manager. Christmas jones' cash mm Greeting. rnr THE SOLE AGENTS FOR Big Double Store-Roo- m Opposite! Coffey House, N(mi)i'iii lillctl Willi One year ago, through the medium of this paper, we had the pleasure of wishing you a Merry Christmas, and we once again are able to extend to you the compliments of the season. Last year we called at,- - - - THOMPSON'S GLOVE i. tention to our Holiday Stock, V New and Desirable Goods Which will be sold at the LoWOSt Cash PrlcOS. The Mock coiimK of h full assortment of Staple and Domestic Goods, Blenched and Unbleached Shirtings, Sheetings, Flannel, Prints, Tabic Damask. Towels, Toweling &c. Our lino of Dress Goods is complete. I5oots nnd Shoes to suit nil. The lurge.M line, the most complete assortment ami the Lou est Prices. Men's Congress Gaiters SI. '.'.' and $ I. ft), worth -. Men'-- . Calf $2.2.", worth :. .(). life line of Men's Soft and Stifl H11K Hoots, Mucins-Oiiiglinu$bide-line- FITIING CORSETS The Very Latest and Nobbiest SIX Styles. U ; DIFFERENT : STYLES. And those of you who called and examined were good enough to you can. commend our taste and favor us by purchasing. We expect all to eall again this year and we promise we will be able to show you Your chance to get good iroods for a little money now you. (i rasp it while sjeverakok; Headquarters for Santa, Claus, & son. fin Elegant Line this line'of goods and feel proud of the showing which our btock We have goods suitable for gifts for all ages and at prices makes. within the reach of every one. We take this time to thank you for encouraging trade during the past year, and solicit your continued fa. vors for the coming year, assuring youthat our efforts shall be in the direction of good goods at the WE CAN'T BE SILENCES i T THE PUMMC Having bought out thevrcunaut of the stock of John H. Fo.srcr, am now disposing of it at less than co.t in the basement of Severance's store, preparatory to 1 WHILE SANTA IS HERE. de-igns t'lef-antj- y Come one and all and yet a bargain and something; to plea-- e your f.mnly. line Decorated Coal Vases, huge M.e:j2 7". Fienrh Mixed Cninlio.s 10c per jwund. ll kinds of Nuts from 10c to 23; per pound. Table Covers pure linen. 8.".H. inches Si worked, Linen and Kolt Scurf, Table Of Christmas Goods. We especially invite those who did not favor unuli. rillowShnuis all Covurs, Throws, &c, cheap. Mo-- t Klegnnt MuruVr-- . 'h- to $ tM each. pure In the new .storeroom of .Mr. us to call and look over our stock. We are glad to show it, even to (mc eiu-Silk and CliiUbn Hand ken hief- am agent for and have on hand though you do not buy. We have made a special effort this year in Oponing Out a Pull Stock of Groceries, completion. 1 I:Iit Hardware, Stoves, &cM I - PRESENT! lc Withers, now the Oliver Chilk Wagons and the Dicks Famous Feed Cutter. It will be to your interest to give me a call. Plows. Studebaker Lowest Possible Prices, A. R. PENNY. cliafcer. Itlauket $1.25 jvr In Hue Chlimware t Miit any nnd good val per yard. I'rww Good cut away below tliwir Aril vnlii-i.- , uu. TeMid Cloth close for new good-- . We chii down the eniuiwy in piiow on Cannml (whU of all Iity, JOc miiud. Prune-l.'i- c kiiulf. Wehuvo I)tito ll)c iHJiuid. .Mine Meat, firit pound. California Hvnporied I'each., ttcain, Hominy, Syr Dried Apple-H- e up- -, Ilam-- , t&c, Ac. (!, The Knife Has Been Drawn I 1 HI THING, ? Courteous treatment and fair dealing. Again wishing you and yours On the founer price of Clothing, Hat Vi to make rHm for the Urge hav forourpiinghtock. lamkoiit for the Celvhrated IlrninU of Ladle', .Mfov a Merry Christinas and a Prosperous New Year, we arc yours truly, to jino from the noted factories a liojV. YouthV and Men'iHme-- . in all Ihiell A Son, I N. Mclnto-- h & Ci W I) Douglass Rogers Kethhchig A Co. OVERCOATS, STEPHENS & KNOX. UOWLVXI). K. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Heating Stoves. Stove Pipe, Zinc Coal Vases, Coal Hods, Shovels Tongs and Pokers. . -- 00 10 ns,mi hildrcr."; Shoes, W. : T. : Bdo&ardsemj Jl 1 TO THE IiADIES. I NCI ION U'l, K I FOR XMAS GOODS. he larger utoclc lu dies. Hre Works, &c twn , and Sugar for S. set so All sorts of fine Canpounds (jriuiu-..,- ! Enterprise and Hale's Meat Cutters, LardJCans, Butcher Knives and CarvinglSets. We want T tt ..in. ..1.-.- . I . .1 ever hnndM in SunforJ. tleit eulllian "(' ml view to the vuntior Ihu traile )ln N'um Welch, of Ciminiuli, an cpe. rlcnced Irimmer. I with me tins Vaoii and I Kuarantce cver)lhine lo !n In the l.iteti and mou approved laihlxn he ly.Mri are intltcd lo call , and examine my which I will take plfa. , Ulll .MII.I I.IM.Ii fArlVlftir ..IIO 1 goi-.ii- STKAUH, JK. T r CLKKK. J MISS MCCIF. HRAZI.I V. Gents Furnishing Goods THtrWKS AKfD TTArjCSJES. COUNTRY PRODUCE And always pay thcjiighest price. - STHITB & PkACritAL.... CO., I ESTBAY.' hero t irae to my farm alwut two Viceksagoa lll.ACK. IIORSi:, i3 hands high aod about it years old. Owner can get him by paying Ja lor this notice. ind my feeil hill. Plumbers and Steam Fitters. Give us a call. Moxnrorirr beos, Dealer in all Uindi of Iron and Braw Rood for steam and water. banlUry Ooo.Uof nil klndi. All work guaranteed against defective material and s" ujiilmansliip MIDDi.KlO.V 8J-- l.Y.N.N, t Maywood, Ky. M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS.