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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892122001 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. i"- - fj Semi-Weeklvol. XX. CHURCH AFFAIRS. y STANFORD, DANVILLE. Interior Journal. KYM TUESDAY. DECEMBER 20. 1892. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. NO: 85 V nnd will givo instruction In china, oil, Frank Marksbury sold to Benzley it Somerset. Ball n bunch of hogs at oc. Tho Americitn ileh'KnteB to the in water, pastel and tapestry painting. Miss Lena Gould, who formerly re- tornnllon.il inonotary confidence Ml lit Thieves got into Alderman William ' aided in Lancaster, was mnrried on tho arc booketl to hhII on th Minnier Warren's had: yard Friday night, killed , 15th to Mr. Albert H. Leist, of Michigan Lahn from Southampton for Now York five chickens nnd put them into u sack, City, I ml. on Dec. t!l. Tlin conference Ima been ti but were frightened away, leaving the Tho contested eltction cne between j failure. . aack and chickens. Presbyterian Mcf srs. Mason and Broaddus for circuit Tho members of Mr. John Pope, an old and hiuhlyi clerk, will he argued before the contest- -, church In Detroit nthiM) to recognize the respected eitln of Hoylo county, died ' ing board Tuesday. action of tho PrcHbytery in deponing nt his liomoon the Lancaster piko Fri-- ; re-Dr. Welton, ami loukctl the day morning. Mr. Pope The pay car was here Friday. It their pastor, had been very mindt d one of old times to see an"L. it door Sumlity against the now ptiKtor h feeble for a number of yenra. He was N." eng i.e and coaches in Lancaster. pointed hy tho Presbytery, tho father of G. I: nud A. It. Pope, of A inuotiin; of the Atnethywi Sublimit Ihi union services will bo held nt this county. Union, at Chicngo, hold to ailvocato Sun tin Cl'iiftiau church Sunday night. It Louisville pnpsrs of Friday report day cloeiiiK of the World' Fair, cull ml beina ( ItiibttiiHS, a largo audience is ex the reluasuof M. F. Jackson, who was the tact that it In tlmt no itttuntion to pected ltev. Tercy will deliver the dis arrested he.i last summer and tukon to r uumKtf rr,lB vFm2&B. V vAw for the American Siibbnt'i Union to count that city to answer. a charge of bigamy. Mins Lizzie Montgomery has return nureo on what thy little Sabbath. Jackfon marriotl Mary Curtis hern while ed to Nashville. Miss Grace Kiunaird, The several Harmons preached by it was eaid he hud a wife, in Louisvilh;. of Oxford College, is at home to spend Nov. W. A. NluviuakiT, an evauKlit oi HON. JAMES G BLAINE.. It seems that four Jelferson county grand Mhhos Altie and Bessie tho Southern Prenbyttiriiui (Jhuri'h, wre moro ChrisiiiiM!'. Hsfore the hues are read, it is Itatojtud to with griat IntereM. by the juries mot and adjourned without great statesman's Marltabury, accompanied bv Nrs. A. H. him, when Judge Jackson order- than probable that the Bice, will return from Paducah .nombeirt of that denomination and ulwi Sk FSTf career will have ended in death. IIo i T" IK MM Jr" w ed his rolcnpc W "w fl dffik "W. ""F M II The government has shippod $50,M enjoyud by tho member of the Ohriatinn n n If a fi m rfs at Waslngton ami his illneea nt last ac It K3. OrosH, arrefltwl and token to 000 worth of World's Fairsouvenir coins church, where, through tlic courtesy of counts was alarmine. to Chicago, to be placed ou tho market, Uuv. W. IS. Kllia, who irt an old (tiantl, C)viiiKtnn a few days ago, charged with prattshol twice Soiiitny. Tim utwlllo attempting to uid letters through the with the expectation of soiling them at TRADE ITEMS. he FARM AND JL 4b by menus of cancelan immense profit; the net profit to be riuui oi tho Presbyterian church in not DaiiviIIo T. M. While sold Johnson, of Hoyle, credited on the general appropriation by ed stamp?, has been aiuitUnl by a jury rondy fur occupancy ntul tlte invitation tho government for the Columbian Exwas thereforomoro highly itpprecidtod. in tho U. S. court nt Covington and is 13 fat cattle at .Tc. Pink Cottaok. For rent; five aTes position, As a matter of economy this' Those who hoard him preach and tout back again in Danville. In order that Post-Offic- e project may prove eminently successful, ldm in tho nodal cirolo, apeak in the everybody should go alow and arrive nt attached. Mrs. Moilie Wmy. Fifty good ewes for pale. W. M. though the whole thing smacks of someterms of .Mr. Slay maker's excel- the proper jsotl in this matter, they lifeboat thing not very creditable ton great Na- lent ijualitiea and it in likely that a call Hhiiuld carefully read tlin following: McAfee, Stanford. -- Prof. II. V. Ikll sold to Itv. W. D. llnti Hki miri Knlmlntiu rirtnua urn In will be mmlu to hint to take charge of There is a United States law fixing a fine or imprisonment, or both, upon any one Moore 20 nioe ewes at $. Woodford be askedjor maii piects of silver of tho the cliinc'i here. The question will j Wednesday night' prxyor attempting to use cancelled stumps and Sun.M. F F.lkin bought of Win. McAfee in.ui; in nj uciun cuu... nuujiiv iu uc at i to and exhibited as "bouvonirs of the meeting, nt whicli n full atuuiilmicu is making it the duty of the a lot of butcher stull'at 3c aud of A. P. repo rt all violators of stum. A fww dn s World's Fair." Of course uo one is com- -' desired. bsfure Mr. Cross' iirrwt Hiram Van Pelt, Moborly a lot nt 'Ic. polled to purcuxso a "souvenir ami as SHORES! G, M. Sitoouamoro bought of Iloek The boom lor John brUnti Cnrhsle deputy p. in., noticed several letters on price fixed by tho govcastle parties 10 birrels of corn for JK'l. tho exhorbitaut ns secretary of the treasury tontitntos to which were stamps he thought had boon ernment will probably be taken from the coutiuuo. tisml. Cross admitted having dn)ped He bought it hy the bulk. UK of the curioEity-seeker- s or perHi w 1 W0 The Abdallah Slock tiirin of ". acres pockets The democratic plitrnlity in N the letters in The matter was rapoit'--d sons of wealth, it may be regarded as a York is 5t),H1i 10,000 mure than the to the proper department aud an inspec- at Cyiitlnana sold to Col. Den Hey, of matter of indifference to the public genSANTA IS types tlrtt had it. tor came here and investigitod the caie. Cincinnati, for erally what comes of it. As the governThe Lebanon Enterprise reports sales Mr. Cleveland denies that he hits Conic one and all and get a bargain and .omething to please your family. Fine w It was after iuvusUgation that he directinof hogs at 5J to 0 nnd 10 ment, ho ever, has concluded to go Senator Hill the poitfolio of the ed a deputy I'. S. marshal to arrest Mr. of two to business us a peddler, it might just us Decorated Coal Vasos. large .size SI To. French Mixed (.'andios 10c per pound. All ." bought in Tay-o- r, Secretary of State. Cross. The acquittal is a nutter of his- cars at to 51, tho lattei well erect a few peanut stands on tho kinds of Nuts from 10c to Uoc per pound. Table Covers, pure llucn, Soxfti inches. 51 Green nnd Adilr. Some fat steers A South Carolina boy committed sui- tory and no two people are moro gratl public grounds at the exposition and oach. Pillow liams nil designs, elegantly worked, Linen and Felt Scarfs, Table cide becausa his father wild his favorite tied iu regard to Mr. ('rotty' Hitrcessfuide brought i'i to Ic. iu a few extra dimes w hlle tho show Covers, Throws. Ac, cheap., Mo-- t Elegant Mulllers 25c to S'J.'2o each, hadios' pure Wm. Tarr shipped to Martin Hud- ta&e r mule The boy must have been a jacks. fneo than Van Pelt and his is going on. The possessor of a souven Silk and Chitl'ou IIandkercliicf 2c to (50c each. GO mules, Fire, which broke out early mi n day son, for neither had any personal feeling son fc Co., of New Orleans, forlie sold to thorn at Sioo. They are ir is to be congratulated on his good morning in n Urooklyn wholesale gro- iu tho case. They only did their sworn which tune, for henceforth he will be prepared cery, caused aloes of $100,000, fully cov duty in importing it. After that the in- nearly all mares and had tho linn looked to bid deliauce to the cares and perplex found ered by insurance. spector was responsible for tho arrest the State over they couldn't have iti'isrofTiTe; having nothing to do but to a finer lot. Paris Kentuckian. , At Nelson Station, Minn., a Great aud the jury for tho acquittal. There Cincin- tit and reflect upon the momentous fact In line Chintuv.iie to Cattle are not very brisk in suit nuy nnd nil puicluiser. lllankets H.'Si per pair, good valNorthern freiuht train collided with the was abundant testimony at the trial to and good feed- that hecarriesiu his pocket a coin that ue. Teasel Cloth 10c per ynid. Dm-- , Goods cut away below of a wrecking train, kilhugeight prove that Mr. Cross is an honorable nati, but choice butcher caboose their first value to shows that the government of which ho exports gentleman and that he was incapable of ing cattle are in fair demand, men and Injuring four others. is a ptoud citizen has invested him with close for now good. We can down the cannery in pikes on Canned Goods of all 4.S5, beat shippers Ah Young, tho Chinamau condemn- using a cancelled stamp, knowing it to are quoted nt 1.70 to something that will reflect credit not on- kinds. We have Dates 10c pound. Mince Meat, first quality, 10c pound. Prunes 1.05, butcher 4 to 4, hogs are active, Cal., comed for the inurdor In he such. ly upon the Nation, but upon ono who loc. Dried Apple "c pound. California Evaporated Poache-- , Hcans, Hominy, Syr with tops nt 6, from w.iich they run mitted suicide by hanging himself by is ahio'to become the purchaser thereof. upt, Ilani, Ac, Ac. Mr. John Peter Thorel died suddendown to 5J; sheep in fir demand at 4 his cuea to one of tho bars of his cell. ly nt his home, the Clemens House, at to 4 j. It is said that one fool has agreed to give Thn fil'd Congress will take a holiday 0.;M) o'clock Friday morning. He was in of 510,000 for tho first souvenir that is sold. Prewitt .t Woods bought IS hogs recess from the d day of December to the dining-roogiving attention to tho h'O pounds average from E. B. Beazley, Tiiia patriotic citizen ougLt to turn over On the former piiees. of Clothing, IlnN. Ac . to make room gfor the large; supply we tho 4th day of January, It will expire preparations for breakfast when a colorof Lincoln, nt 5c; 100 Bhoats, to bo deliv- all of his worldly possessions to the gov- have for our Spring stock. Lookout for the Celebrated ISrands of Ladies', Misses' by constitutional limitation at noon of ed waiter noticed him stagger. Two of ered any time in April, and not to weigh ernment, with the privilege of kicking Hoys', Youths' and Men's Shoes, in all designs, to come from the noted factories of March Ith. them caught him as he was about to fall less than 100 poun Is, from Joe Harlan, him three times a day during the relluell A Sons, I. N. Mcintosh & Co., W. D. Douglass, I'ogcfe, Fechhc'mg & Co. After taking a dose of poison aud and asked him what was tho matter. "I at 5c, and 175 fat hogs from Morris Far-ri- s mainder of his pilgrimage upon this giving a liat of for his timer don't know," ho replied, "help me to my at same price. The Baa h ford Manor earth. nl, Win. Webb, aon of a prominent phy. room.' They did so and ho cut down in Stable's winnings were S'.'O.'JOO, Azra ridLINES IN A SON'S BIBLE. ideian of Huntington, W. 'n,, was saved a chair, declining to lie down In a few ing home with S14.5S0 of it. Phis is the KOWLXD, KV. by tho prompt usu of n stomach pump. seconds his head dropped back, he gasp stable Carroll Iteid summered with. Itemcmlior, ton, who gate thee this, Tho next aud probably last session ed ami all was over. .Mr. lliorel was Advocate. When other days shall of tbe present meeting of the Interna- past his (Sth year nnd while his health the who had thy earliest kiss W. P. Prewitt, tho Paint Lick aucSleeps In her narrow home. tional Monetary Conference will bo held was not especially bad, he had not been tioneer, reports the sale of A. T. Trnylor, Itcmembcr 'twas a mother cave -when a proposition to adjourn till very well for a year or more. Ho was a ou the lolh, as follows: Farming imple1 he cift to one the'd die to save. June (1th without dissolving Mill be native of Normandy and left Franco in ments sold low; n mare brought $70, a '1 hat mother sought plcdgeof low a.ade. 1817 or MS on account of political trou mare mule SO1; a horse 15, a small bay The holiest for her sen, The fctar county, Texas, Mate Hang- bles. Landing in New Orleans, he llrst mue?70. " horse mules f72; oats $2.15 Aud frHii the gift of God aliMc ers shot and killed t wo of the Mexican went to Texas, but soon made his way to per 100 bundles, corn 51.70 per barrel in She chose a holy one; She chose for iiir bcloed boy lh'Volutioiilhts. Troops of United States Kentucky, where ho has lived overknee. Bhock. 5 stacks hay $10 to 17; 10 milk, The source of life and liKhtand joy. cavalry hnvu been sent to the border He cjtmu to Danville in 1S"r) and with ciws 517 toji'O, small yearling steer.! And bade him keep the gift that vthen nupured to go through a winter cam- the exception of several years at Crab jlSJIeaidi; I! small yearling heifers $15 he parting hour should come, paign if necessary. Orchard, where ho was one of tho pro each. ;l heifer calves 511; 70 sheep nt nn I'hey might hae hope to meet aRain The Hrotherhood of Locomotive En prietors of tho Springs .Hotel, ho has re- menige of f5. 15. Good crowd and lively In her eternal home. Shu villi hU tilth io that would lie gineers held u jubilee meeting) at Jack-ho- sided here continuously. His wife, who biddiugweet incense tohr niemary. Mich , Sunday, there beinjt 500 or survives him, was before her marriage A 250 to 1 shot by the name of Pleu-delegates present Grand Chief Ar- Miss l.M10 Figg, of Danville. One daugh- ty won tho handicap at St Louis the And thougk the Kolfer In bt pride ltiith that loud'ift tb scorn, thur bays the order was nover in a more ter Mrs. C. M. Hunt, of Council Grove, other day. A strnnyer put up 51 and Ami bid him cast that pledge aside AND flourishing condition. Kansas, also survives him, Thursday palled down f'250. A local sport placed 'I hat he Irom youth had borne The total number of deaths t from evening tho writer of tins was in tlie 52 on Plenty and received $500 reward She ha ile him pause nud ask hit breast cholera in the Hussion Kmpire since tho public-rooll he, orshe, had kned him best id the hotel aul saw the for his nerve. These stories can have outbreak of the still present epidemic is two old people preparing a box to send no other tlnii n vicious effect. The ele-- ! A parent's bletMng on hur Min oilh'ially stated at 275,7(10. Several new to Mrs Hunt, who was about to cele- meal of "fake'' is discernible. (oe with this holy thing; Many oi STANFORD, KY. he lose that would retain the one cases 0,f tho plague have appeared in brate .in anniversary of tier marriage. tlnw tales of fabulous winnings are con- Must to the other cling. Hamburg nnd the gravest apprehension No ono who over know John Peter Thor- eeived in the brains of bookies. Tho oh- Itcmembcr tit no idle toy. is everywhere folt jis to tho possible and el ever forgot him. Genial, witty and ject of tho fabrication W both apparent A mother's gif- t- kkmimi r, o. probable coursu of the pestilence during he wan a must interesting ami reprehensible. lost. Krom the selection of the editor's dear, J caJ the next year and companionable man. French peowife, and printed in loung memory of her v A sinking spell vthirh came vry ple coming heio unacquainted with our Thanks. Our esteemed contemporaintroduced And best selected stock near terminating Mr. Hlaine'ri illness language and customs, found in him an ry, tho Danville Advocate, which will Inin Stanford. with New Year's, of n brought his family nud friendato a interpreter and friend. No destitute peo- come a of tliu distinguished invalid's ple oi any color worn over turned from whu-- it goes without saying it will make of his door hungry. nnd tho unusual siglit Baptized a Catholic, a xuceeas, ia kind enough to print this To the "Our .Sunday afternoon "extras" i.isut d by tho ami having great respect for tho Mother highlv appreciated paragraph fij "Washington nress annrised the neonle Church aud good people of all sects, his neighbor, the Intkuior Joiiin.m., giyes RfSRTu hy announcing generally that the end of tho rdligion, if it might so be called, was proof of ita enterprise One call will convince you that this is the as every moment exported. practical, and was embraced in tho broad that, until further notice, its auu will bo place to trade. evi-- j nil get your X ma- work doiu have meaning ol the word "humanity." The doubled. The Advocate notes this V (rrceii until A story is gohing tho rounds about a funeral took place Sunday afternoon at.'I deuce of prosperity with great pleasure, the assistance of .lauie A II 99. C03STES"ST SuA-'- E to do all kinds of tousorml Klinbetlitown man, whose o'clock. and hopes that the demand that iniikesl inn prepared nn unbireoment necessary nowiinii ttiero-- i woik wife had gouo visiting, and who would arn taught in the M.hool. but with lirmgfl such gratifying returns, will appeals to como home not listen to his The Uwi uf health much rJctlcl lenetit unit never grow less." before her visit waB out. He took a copy nut in .i way to be ot by R. DAVIDSON & SON, Ihin.. o.miplcv which in We want it distinctly understood by of tho!Nov8 and carefully clipped out aio never llluttlatett many iat mlKht e.nlfy be iloiii 11 ioine idiot-aKy. who IuiJiiM contraitcd a cultl vv.n lirmiKht our patrons, however, that wo hIuiII just nno item and then sent It to her. McKlNMA, KY tht: chou to that all couUI luvir the ilry, loud Shu wrote nnd asked him what the item lOUCh anil know Itt lnniti(.ailce, nee the thin, "double up" just as long as it pays to do ami later, at lh i old on wasnhouttliat.be clipped out, and he while Loatitii; thethe tonkin', watery expectoration so, and no longer. It may bo for years Have Just Opened a Nice Line of prolutv deielu.icd, ee 30. and Uiin watery duclurce refused to tell her. It worked admira of them would ever forst--t from the nn.,', not one and it may be forever, but as each double Fancy Groceries, what the ftrxt GROCERIES, IIIAIIH IN a cold were. 'I he scholar .luiuld then be number ineans an extra outlay of $Jo or bly, and in Ices than a week she. was at Kcmcdy Iretly, that l inu' ipiehtr (.Heap. homo to tlud out w hat had happened given Chamberlain. Cnuuh eere cold touldbe more, wo do not propose to give up good it the ami i if all rnieht tre that even u - . W'u hue a well tele ltd tccl. o one or two daya, or 1,1 lean grratly that her husband did not want her to cureiilnwhen (irupsrlv treated at toon at the firtt money In hand for several birds iu tho Ami Country Truducr, l'hn remedy it fa in out lor Ita bush. Wo intond always that the paper IlaiopeocJ hi ttoi k of rdoJi and is ready to know about. Kli.abethtown News. ajiuntomt appear GOODS Invites the niihlle to call at his ttoro colds and croup ll It made curct of couclit, advance of the town icn e the jieopU- of Stanford nnd vicinity lieu for these dlacatet and it the mott prompt shall bo a little in $ offering unheard of liarialm and all who want ami Mipply theinwlves with anything they piil in the ilomach, colic and rholer-known for the Which we Invit the peoples! thi tccnou to tall ami meet all requirements, even to a cood'voodi t the lowest possible prUo (hould neetl in tlic above line there l nothing better than CliamU'rUiu's and mot tellable medicine for and ice. jo cent bottlet tab by W call on him on Lenin Avmuf Cholic, Chillers and Durrhir Keuictly, Fur ae daily. I iti Mary McUobeibt has opened a Uev. W. J. Ward lias resinnl the the pastorate o( tho Hnptlflt church at atudio In tho Norton building, Louisville, MIhs Gnrrard College will close Saturday to' the holidays. Christmas Goods. ! 1 Holiday I A com-na- ry 'f-- 1 Presents, II Dolls, Games and All Kinds of Books, to-da- - post-ollic- e ' JUL K fflPiV TX dV i J J DI1 J JU'JLiiX KHM K-- Room. Be sure and call before purohasmg and. Duyof me at Low Pricees. post-mast- er ' M'T BE !f f f fl b ?l f -- h W-'.O- WHILE .HERE. of-fer- car-load- s Post-maste- P3RE.SE.MT --- The Knife Has Been Drawn pall-beare- STEPHENS & KNOX. come-W- hen to-da- iiPH Diamonds, :. Watches. CLOCKS, I I j n, - 1 Jewelry, Silverware, NOVELTIES. J At Banks', the Jeweler, THE MOST 60MPLETE etr , 1 j irei i reali-zatio- ly, OOMB AR0U1TD Prices The" Lowest. iNew BarDer Stiop, V 1 woll-kuow- n JOHN COOK, Jr. J. H. HILTON, Stanford, w. r re C. FOlSX.!., Dry GQoSs,r Notions, ynip-tomi- mill-caie- di General -:- Merchandise, Rowland, Ky Poit-Ofli- -- - CHRISTMAS t nior-lm- pur-not- c. 11 liyW II McRobtrU, UruggUl, Stanford, Ky. Druggitt, Stanford, Ky. mummmmbmimm rmmi) i rjf ir '" Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal FOR LITTLE PEOPLE. A PubllBhedBv ory Tuoeday and Friday SAD PREDICAMENT. a XXQK YEAR IN" ADVANCiC. -- AT When not sopaid 33.60 will be charged. P0YAt BT41uMliw POWDER Absolutely Puro A Cream of you had," said graudama. "Children can take more solid comfort with an every-dasort of a doll Hko that than The Curious l'reaent 1'iirln I"rel Brought with any of the line ones. tlir Children When He Cmue Homo "What n comfort Midget isj" said K. Z. LOCAL TIME CARD. For two whole years Uncle Fred, who auntie, lovingly. "I wish Sarah would 00 a. ra., returning Row.and at 7 Train was n captain in tho navy, had Won let us have her all the time, though I at s :so P. m. away with his ship, and hnl sailed don't see liow she can spare her an L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. hundreds and hundreds of miles. Now hour." t aopra he was home once more, and had Mail train gains North.. "hhe is stayine up there a long time." UJpm brought South something for his little, said grandma, after awhile. "I believe 11 50 pas " South Eipress train j 10 am nephews r.nd nieces, whom he never I'll just go up and see what she is ".. North . 7 5Sm forgot Local Freight North. about." ...........4 5Pm "And what do you suppose I have?" .. sun eaftv oassenEers "Now, mother," Aunt Nan replied, Solar asked Uncle h'red, turning to Hal and "what is on standard time. the use of your tiring yourThe above ii calculatedfatter. Dick end Mary and Kit, who stood self in that way? .Midget is all right; Ime is about ao minutes around his chair. she alwnj's does as she promises. I'm QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. "A doll," cried Mary clapping her going to get supper now; then I'll call hands. "A real French doll that savs her," and the brisk young auntie ; Fast . 'mamma' and 'papa.' ' out into the kitchen, and soon was 3'3 Ml ,, ?7Specials aop " "Pooh!" said Dick. "Men don't buy at the foot of tho attic stairs calling a. m.; Rlue dolls, do they, Undo Fred?" merrily: "Anylnxly up there that Limited , 'Not often," replied their uncle, wants raspberry shortcake for supper?" m.; Fast Mail P laughing; "and this time it is not a There was no response, so saying: doll. Now everyone may guess once." "She must be asleep," auntie ran lightSALE. "Is t alive?" asked "Hal, very much ly LAND and looked all around. interested. No Midget was to be scon, so she miles Sooih oC Swnforf. of Land. 4 "Yes" answered Uncle Fred; "that began calling, but suddenly stopped two i..if rlLrad. balance in umber, good orchard. was a good guess; it is something and sank to the floor with lioth hamls WHns apno. wver McROBERTs. alive." over her face. The children clapped their hands and There in a corner, she suddenly saw shouted for joy. peeping from beneath the lid of an old Co., "A monkey," cried Dick. Falls Branch Jellico Coal truuk, was a bit of Midget's little pink "Yes, a monkey," said Hal, who dress. of the GENUINE Miner ami shippers thought that a pet monkey would be Only a moment Aunt Nan sat thus. the finest thing in the world. then nerving herself, she quickly rose "A parrot," gussed Mar3', hut Kit nnd grasped tho lid, faint and sick, but . . r rtnfnrd and ve are ine o"- sti,h " '" thinking: "It mny have been very RvTaud. OlUe corner ol Depot street and rai- - could not think of any thing to say. "Well, what do you think it is?" long." roaocro.sing. HIGG1NS A WATTS. asked Uncle Fred, turning to Kit The trunk opened, nnd then she sank "I don't know," answered the little on the floor again, laughing nnd crying girl, "unless unless it is a baby ele- together, for there on a pile of blankets BRIGHT fit FQX' phant." lay Hetsey, robed in her mistress' pink Uncle Fred 'laughed at this, but shook dress, and gazing sweetly up into Aunt : SALE, COMBINATION Ms head. "No, no," he said, "you are Nan's face. , all wrong. Come out in the garden now Al DANVILLF, KY. Aunt Nan soon got up again, and and I'll show you." grabbing1 tho doll, gave it a shake, say18 19, 1893. So Hal and Dick and Mary and Kit ing; "I could almost shake Midget followed Uncle Fred into the garden, for giving me such a fright." cloe Dec M, 1S9J. Send for entryJ where, he opened a big box, and took blanks. Oulo j per cent, entrance charged. Just as she was beginning to hunt for funniest-lookin- g thing over seen. her small niece again, she heard grandout the You could not tell exactly whether it ma calling at the foot of the stairs: was meant for a bird or not. Uncle "Arc yon up there looking for .Midget? & BQWELL, Frel set it on the ground, and it walked You may as well stop. See here." So around as though it had been used to with Hetsy still in her arms. Aunt Nan STANFORD, KY., the place all its life. ran down and followed grandma to her "Oh, what is it? what is it?" came the own room. There in the middle of the House, Sign, Decorative Painter Anxtods chorus, as the children gathered bed was midget, fast nsleep. and Paper Hanger. around to view the new pet. - Estimates furnished. Her rosy little face was Country work solicited. "It is a fowl," explained Uncle Fred, in the depths of an old frilled muslin - ZSjT . "that is called a peneuin." cap, not so very unlike her own dainty "Dear me." said Mary, watching it bonnet. j.II.VEACER IM.URUCL from a distance, "isn't it queer? Hasn't A white crape shawl was wrapped it got funny wings? Won't they grow around her, and a black silk skirt comBRUCE & uiit more?" pleted her costume. "No." replied Uncle Fred. "It is a "To think," exclaimed grandma, "of 11VBT, FEED Affl SALE STABLE, flies, "but lives in the her coming down-stair- s bird that never in that dress! water most of the time. A sailor What If she had tripped on it! Tluit was STANFORD, KY. caught this for me on an island in the something I didn't think of." fact July .st and the Pacific ocean. We kept it on board the above firm went ip The Aunt Nan was laughing nt the funny the patronage of u.ks a ship, nnd it is quite tnme now." little figure; and soon Midget's eyes bepublic. "What did you call it?" asked Mary, gan to open, falling Urst of all on the who was very muuh interested in the doll which auntie was holding y NEW RIGS AND HORSES strange creature. under her arm. head downpurchased and nothing but first-,ve been "A penguin," said Uncle Fred. ward. nouts will leave the stable. "I don't like that for a name," Kit "O Auntie Nan," Midget cried, in said, slowly; "it is too hard. Look at tones of distress; "you're holding Hetsey Give him wobble when he walks Zackly so the hlood'll all run Into her head. 37 like a littleboby that has just learned' Don't, don't' 'live her to me." "That's a good idea. Kit," returned Aunt Nan hastily restored the doll to Uncle Fred. "Why don't you call him it proper position, then laid her in the MYERS HOUSE Old Wobble?" little mother's arms, where she wa "Yes." shouted the children. "w '11 hugged tenderly. name him that Hollo. Old Wobble!" "Didn't her )ihv a nk ImmL Auntie Hut the penguin did not seem to Nan?" sid MhlgtL "What wwtiie you P.W.GREEN, Prop. know his new name, and walked down wake her up for?" the the path without paying any attention Then Aunt Nan told her story. This Hook, which is run n confection witn well.kwjwn Mers House, ha. beeu supplied with to his ownois. (SraudniH wrk allocked and fait very All that day the Carriages, children amused. Old Wobble ket.t curi- sorry for her, but Midget sld, u little Ho was such a A Nov Lot of Horses, soverelv: "I telied gramma wouldn't Buggies, Wagons, ous and solemn fowl, so dlftVrcnt from iret in the trunk, didn't I? So course it He walked into the wasn't ino. You'd ought lolmtwh!!, veil s and l buter than ever all oilier kinds. ,.u nu.uor'i Suppli-- public with chicken-yard- , and tea red the hens so me, auntie, and then you wouldn't 1. ive supply the ureuoia. they ran a way cackling. Then he scarl yourself s Is RIGS OF ALL, KINDS. that swimming went in tho little pond, teady? Hetsey and I'se mi hungry ( to Weddings, where there were lots of ducks. Hut A. Parker, in Youth's Conimnhm. Personal and prompt attention given J'arties ami liurtnli the ducks did not know what to make P W. GREEN, Proprietor. siiiper tli ml liny. of him, so before lone Old Wobble had Manager AL. HURNS. "Fred, you didn't leep a wink l.isl the whole pond to himself, which he seemed to enjoy very muuh. None of night, and yon kept me awake, too," the ducks or chickens seemed anxious said little Hess, in a complaining tone to make friends with him, but "You should never go to lunl after supOld Wobble didn't seem to eare. per." "Hut when am I to eat my .supper''' Ho sivam around the pond, and STANFORD, K , divoiL, down to tho Iwittom, and master Fred wanted to know. A puzzled look overspread her face for seemed so very contented that the children were afraid Old Wobble would u second, and then she said, in the tone never come tint of the water. Hut of one having solved a problem: now This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is as to when supper-tim- e "The next day, I 'spect."- - Youth's came Old Wobble in my charge and I intend to conduct it to add was glad to come ashore and get into his Companion. not only maintain its high reputation, but friends, b'pecial acenmmoda-tmn- s box again W its In the Shantung province in China for commercial travelers and fine roomsor It Is a long time since I heard of hhn, the American Presbyterian church mis. the dlsploy of samples. but the last news was that Old Wobble sion reports that over eight hundred Saloon A First-Clas- s whs well and happy, and a source of inmembers were received (luring the past and POOL HOOMathed. terest toeverybody that came from the year on profession of faith, and several And RILLIARD surrounding neighborhood to see him. hundred became probationer This hat Ho oven became so w ise us to know his misyear name, and everybody thought that it been the most prosperousyears, the sion has had for many and the suited him exactly, for he did wobble results have been secured chiefly very much when he tried to walk through the labors of five earnest, faithHarper's Young People. ful, devoted native brethren. market price paid AUNT NAN'S SCARE. Highest cash lie "Did you know that a diamond for will exhibit phosphorescence when it is How Midget unil Mrtr ,I'rxliirecl it Ileal rubbed in the dark?" She "Indeed I Suasatlou sst irmnlln' Montr. "(lamina, 0 gamma, can't go up in did not. Hut if you have brought this the akkit to play? Can't I please, gam- ring with you we can try It." Indian&c, at ma?" and the sweet little fHce looked apolis Journal. up into grandma's, fairly quivering To make history atheistic ito & CO., with eagerness. make humanity anarchistic. A. T. M. F. Grandma bent down, and taking the Pierson. FOR") !KY Government Food Report. ROYAL RAKING POWDERCO., too Wall street, Newjkork Tatter Baking in leavening strength -- La.est V"- ",' Stale - I wonder If you ever thosht How hard It Is on nit To be the fellow that I am The middle one of three? I nersr havo a single right, I Just belong nowhere; I (rot put Into the wrong placo. And no one seem to care. There' John; why, every meal, yon know, He's always helped tho first; And If we havo two pairs of things Nstairs?" Of course I got tho worat, "No, gamma." Whonovr a big show comes to town Tbey nlways let John so; "Nor lean out the window?" But as for me, they're sure to My, The yellow curls shook vigorously. "John's older, Sam, you know." "Nor get into any of tho trunkB?" Tod breaks my toy and tear my books; "No, no, gamma!" and tho curls If we go tiut to slldo, shook harder than ever. "I'll 'member I always have to be the horso it all every single bit Come on, dolly; And Ted tho onn to rido. Then If I dnro to nay a word, gamma s.ys wo can go up to tho akkit," Ma's face gets awful blue. and seizing her favorite Hetsey, Midget She looks nt mo so sad, and says: rushed away. "Ted's younger, dear, thnnyou." "She thinks more of that old doll I'd rather nevor be at all; than 'any of tho rest," laughed Aunt It Isn't any fun. Nan, looking at the row of handsome, Unloss you are tho oldest boy, finely-dresse- d dollies seated primly on Or elso tho youngest one the sofa. "It used to bo my favorite, John's "older." and Ted's "not so aid," And worse than nil, you see, too; but I didn't have such as these to I'm never golnc to get my turn. compare it with." For they will nlways bo. "It would have mado no difference if -- Carrio B. Chandler. !n Wldo Awake. rosy checks , between her two hands, pressed a loving kiss on the little mouth. "Can't I go, gamma?" tho pleading voice repeated; but grandma hesitated. "Why nro you so afraid to have her play in the attic, mother?" said Auntie Nan. "She is a careful littlo girl, and she enjoj's It so much. Do lot her go!" "Well, darling," said grandma, slowly, "you may; but wait a moment," as Midget started to fly off. "You won't play at tho head of the flott, f4X S3o 8 Foreign and A.S. i'HK SI S-- I-- ., FOR XMENT. Go to Earp's Art Gallery )ffice over Severance & Slam"' ki.htis 0KNVIK1 s Sf.e, vUn meet, The Andersen ptnperty on the Somerset nllte. To have tour phetoraph Itken Ho keepi.ttp with all the Good brick houso with four rooms and hall. Good cistern convenient aril water works also. Lot two acres. Poatcssioc given Jtnusry 1, contains 89J' , And will give you good satisfaction. P. M.McROIlKRTS. Stanford, Ky A J KARP. Manford. 9,-- ,t 8j.tt latest Improvements, I)e.ilei In 1 will start up next week a. SAW MILL on the homerset pike, eight rst!?s from Stanlord. and will have 70.000 feet of geod Oslc and Poplar Lumber lor sale. I will sell at the most reasonable rates and Invito all who want Lumher t give me a call. JACOll IIAKKI.lL.KR, OltenliesM Domestic Fruit3, Confecllonerti'sAc Oysters and Celery always on hand a. d served at all hours lias with htm a first class baker and can lurntsh Sj Itread. Cakes and the like en sho't nonce. IIMDPD LUlYlDCifA T For Sal 11 I Twenty Bulldiiix Lots In the corporate limits of Kowiand. I. DARST.iRowland. 8s-i- 1TOTIC3S. All peisous having c uimt against J M. Phillips whlah were created before the d day ol February, 1891, will present them to me before December Jth 8ff, properly proven M. Q. SAUKI.KY, So--jt 3Tarm 3?'or Sale. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANr'URD, KY Iruttee J. M. l"allliS. Capital Stock Surplus S200.000 - 20,000 will sell prlsalely my Karm ef 41 Acre, 1 mile from Crab Ok hard, on the Stanford plko. It is good land and well impiovcd withgoed dwelling, barn, lnryard, water, Ac Call on me on the premises or address moat Crab Orchard JOHN I)K NAItni. 65H 1 V A Good, Comfortable2Rsidonco, On Danville street. Good garden, cow pasture, yard, Viatel, .Vc. Apply t" DRHUGH RKID. V. ALKORD. r or MKb 1871 "OLD WOBBLE.' 1(91. y Orchard, Lawn, Garden. Ornamental Trees, Immense stock of mail Kratts, Shrubs, Vuws and PUnta. Prices no agents and our pioftsa cease low. We hsve where theirs begin Oeneral ami Strawberry I.eiincpui, Kv Attention of the public is tnvoed to the fac hat this it the only National Hank in Stanford For thepniuleis extraction of teeth and other Under the provisions of the National Hank Act Jepositora are secuied not only by the capital minor surgery. I have letted Its virtue auirjctent-l- y 1) , S. to know R. C. MORGAN, .tock, butbv the stockholders' liability lor an smount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol of this institution are secured by a fund or Jioo.ooo the bank Klve sworn statement of thecondltian are made each year to the United States governare examined at Mated times ment and Its assets y government agents, thus securing sddilitona ! will sell privately my Farm ol jo Acres on the tnd perfect safety to depositors. Stan as the Danville &. Stanford pile, This institution, originally establishedrtH.rgan lard. It is well Impnm-d- , three miles Irons of fit e with dwollinir Deposit Hank of Stanford in iSjt, thca mums, new tarn and nil necessary outlmlldmct. ted as the National Rank ol Stanford in 1S63 and also has fine spring, (lall on me on the premises as the First National Hank ol gain or address me at Stanford, K"(5 Stanlord in iSi, has had practically an uninter6a KU EN It KKLLUY. years It Is better supplied rupted esistcnceof prompt now with Ucllitits for transacting business ly and liberally than ever befere in its Ung and fiduhonorable career Accounti of olic- ciaries, firms and tiHIvidual, reapeclfully 'XDEIsTTO. 35 l. FAUN FOR SALE. cori-iraile- CThe Directory ul this Hank is computed ol T.J. Foster, of Slaufenl; Homtt ReJd, Lincoln county; THE I EILEY HOUSE F. U. RILI5Y, Proprloior, POSTED. This netiee forewarn, hunters, fiaheruien and other net t trespass on (sir lauds without ht mMien. as all siuh will be protucutctf to the tail Signed- est eslentef the C. M. SI'OONAMOORK J Y. I1KUCK. THOMAS C. HALL. Srr.Hl.K IIAILBY J. W. Ilaydrti, Stanford; . S II. IUsn;hma, Uaculn,-M.JS. T. London, - Kentucky. U. 'I'ulK'drScr'am 53P-m- bus-tie- d P- - II. V. GA1NUS. I. S A.M. FKI.AND. PHILLIPS, JAMES GIVKNS. I.S. nZVS&S&l FOR Rluo-Grn- ss up-stai- rs ANTON RKNACK.KR CLARK REYNOLDS M LACKOWITX. T D NRWLAND W. W. HAYS. t t..C. I.NON. KRKD IIAtTMANN K L. Will IK MRS M. A MARTIN Miller, Ml. Yemen; Harris Lincoln; J. S. Uockar. Stanford; C A. Laekty, Llnceln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. O. Welch, Stanford; Stanlord V p. KRS" Heeler, President. John J. Mc Robert. Cashier, A A MeKitmev, Asss!nt Ctthlci. have moved 10 my itsw Hole) and am bellti picpartd than ever to acroasmndale the public, Uoo't Livery all achest and every convenience desired. Oivc in a call. FRANK RU.KY. II Notice to the 'Traveling' Public. . t have had . omt Farmers Rank&Trast Is now fully Go. OV STANKORD,;KY., orgaaued and ready lar bstinett with '" SEW BUTCHER I hate just opened a Laacaster street. hr-- e firt-cla- Capital of SXIOP. Paid up . Surplus, S et $200,000 9,000 rrpmied and nliely furnished and cnnocttti with lluitl one of the lest Ih the State, upends and night, a nigh-maIn connection with lioiif merit all trains have also wrol the best Miaeral wells in Hie Matt and for referens to water, call on Mr and Mr. G W. Patrick. Louissill. Mr slid Mrs Hcyd Ingram, Erin, Tenn .A A. Warren, Stanford, t)r T) K. Proctor, C II Hraum.Mr and Mrs T W HamUloo, RewksrHl. Mr and Mis V. II. Johnson, New Jlavsn, Jibs Cox, Grrentliurg Kates Ja per dsy J M Petrey, tleil Cue rie a call I W CARRIHt. Prop )liy Uave the siiEi;roK At Rowland mi ;r:MJSE I - Unit her Shvp on ' wl'1 ""n at all timet IMTEjA-T- Original Jellico Coal. . .. THE that can le eMained, which : and price. B2T.S0? : mu I will hae tM l.r. ! ill sell at the msr-la tine, new, Urge refrigerator and nice be kei I UIslAN 5 ieh 1 J. T. HOOKER, Tl RNKItSVIl t K, K . nr. vLrx in January M-Knt- and her-Me- lf DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, &C Begs lease to- SUCCESSOR tnTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OF STANFORD, Nowcloamj up) with the same a.seUaad uadti I will deliver Ue cvry nmruing ti families in che same management. r as Stanford and vicinity at 50 cents jwr n pounds: P.y urovioons of its chatter, dposit.r fHrvitoioo pounds at the rate of Ao cents, and fully protected as aio depositors in National under ouimIs it the rate of TS cents JM Banks, its shat.hor - .ing held P.dlnduallT I call special aiiettirau u i.Ve John Prenner liable to the exientcii.e aramii vi ...... ,"Z Celcknttrd I X U Peer, for whicr-- ) thereol, in additien to the Urewing C. "sWill value therein at the . par... l. .msa-nfamish in eiibir keg or bonis l ..- tmount invesieu in um .t....... I, ni.v art executor, admmistralur, trustee, Ac, at tully as Writ, for prict. K ijtf IIKKMKK. Stanford, Ky to individual. To those who entrusted ihetr bulsmtsi to us while mnajlng the LinsQln National Hank ol H Caitleman A tS Lanhan Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and John trust they will continue to transact Iheii business with us, Ollering as a tuirtoit. to same, our twenty years experience w . ,.. ,....111 -- n.i .. i.l.,alarrummodations as are con tittvnt with sound banking. XCE KlSm BEER. 1 ... ROYAL !! DIXKlTOttl; J.J. J Wllliami, ML Vernon M ; - llall.Staulord; S. Owtley, Manford , insurance Company, eSf THANK THE PEOPLE Of his vicinity for their EUSm LIBERAL PATRONACE In the past and solicits 4 continuance of tame Embry, Stanford; J. U. Lynn, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter. Milledg cvilli; J. Y. Cash, Stanford j William Cooch, Staatord, Ky R II. Shanks, President hict W M. Bright, Teller J. S.J. I.IVI3RCOOI.. BAR13EK&CASTLEMAN MANAC.RRS, -- - half-hidde- n D. A. TWADDLE Rowland, Ky., Commerce Building;, Loul3villi) Agents throughout the South. W. A. TRIBBLS, Local Affint, STANFOKI). KY YEAGER, Dealer in Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, Cigar?. i.Vc. rllK STANF jrd; Call' in when you feel like taking atUink I " Watertight and Ice Co. -- absent-mindedl- IX) YOU WANT TO ADOPT A HAHYl Has rontraited with responsible firnslorlla plants and will have the li.e and Klrctrlc Plants comple tvl in aboit tiny dav, the W alrr I'lant soon af. ter In order to plase individual contracts in el llicm a Call. Slnybe you thlalc tbh U n now aeiulliu; out lutik-- i im application ; It Inn lulnr, done liefnre, however, hut uever huetliiro fumWied Im'ii o near tho original Miinpli'iu tills one. liver one will exelulin. "Weill that's the sweetest liuliy I rser saw!" Thh ll engraving can irhn littlo black yoiibutu faint Idea of tbeexiiuipitcorlglniil, iinil-wh- lt mi pr c for Water and Electric Light, tbe Company oliert the following Necessary water pipes svill he laid, connected to mams at actual vuai lor pipe work kle Iri irM p 11 in and nccssary natures free ol hsrgt: I oh. of Ihi. iitaiity And gusranieed (ogive ali.faclHwi The schedule of adopted rates Is Iromijt.jo cent loner than is usually gltett ? nl td tXSCEBy: STABLE XSchedule of Yearly Water Rates. i" H$ '"s" m'mli-WIIXIA3I s...,ii.j i'rrn.i s I'f ilrr n UXOR EI. A NU, Ui fs rf ( . on faucet .l.lltiMal rr--m . addillotial (an rl . Stores, Hank, ami Private IHnios, lUths, pritalt, on. laucet Hue. tllait.lim.nl tor spriellr Slsbl.t, prnalr, oao BitiiMl Each aadloonal eisaal Dw.tltag R. h Kach J . 1 c jaj I oo c. 00 . lattcvl ..... ....... j , 1 j ao ea . o 1 Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs si, k Lain. inU bh'rv a apfLiiIty. having .ny of t'. aluse dvribcsl stork fcr ale or wishing l.i purchase same, till do well I' H . or aldress me An si.oriesicc of (if toon profit lo rst and tar lit tins btismra ha ben I 1! k I cau make u proHtable IniIIs a the bi)er ! - llrr O nddrtnt Stsnford, Ky. ai I. 10 tl rat the Myers Hou 11 Electric Light Rates. Oh. arc For FIRST-CLAS- S ujer m.' -- ;'i 'jmfff wff ry IIA1SV ferv it) " 1 H& ....$f c. p mcls oscandoscent light, Mr Ma. s . For chh snot rial mm- srul three i c. p lfwwsWsefl ksasp .. ' a eo a ej ,11 w.rWBLmwsm vflilcli ;ii k, - I THE GOFFEY HOUSE JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. to send to you, tniespi The little ilaillr.jr r tciigtiiiit pillow, nnd l.s in the u t of ilruvsiniroir Hi pluk.-Dctho iil.iteof which lias ticcii pulltd nil 1111 J lliuur ii.hIiIo with 11 tiliiiiiplimit iimi. 1 lie tit li t mtrt are (icrfei t, und tin eyesi follow you, 1111 mutter where m tUiuul. Tlieeiin-Ufr-.rxtUtmtis of thH irrcateet painting of Ida WuiikIi the mcHt ivlclinited of iimmU rn tnthiit-liuliy llfi"iirn piiiitersof who Milncrlbo lit Deinorext'D I'liinlly .Mugu-zin- c fur Ih'tt. Tho reprodin iioiih euiiimt Iki film, and told Ir.ini tlio original. luili . The tniliy, rtre the suniti slaw" I"xtJ We hao ly lifelike life niji, iiml hIo in pii'p.iriitloii, to present to our by IHitl, other Kteiit Kai'liiirtintAiwlVrey Muraii.Muinl Hiiinidiioy, wr m tiropo-iI 11 L tolM-izlseIiu-Ih- zm&Jm& Jttl ' "ima j. V WW ataVa VI Jl l .' 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Take only two osunitiles ol vtluit " we dlil dm lair the imiU seur, "A Yiird of ami " V WIiIUi iloii'cOrvlud" by tint tvlfeof l'nxiileiit llHrrWon, und you will wo iiipuii. wlmt our iiroiul-MFainily 'I hose w tut -- uIitIIh' for Tfinort' Magii.lno for 1HH will iot.eNm iruller workrt of art nt ureat alue, besides a Magazine that cannot bi etiunletl by any In the world for 118 bountiful illiitrulloii und snbjr-i'- t mutter, that will keep every one iniist-e- il nit rill tho topics of the day, und all tho Luis iiml dllTiTttnt Item of Intercut about tho fiirnkhlniT interesting li.iiM'linliI, niidlng mutter, liotb grave and jruy. for tho wlmlii tuuiily; And while l)euiont'8 M not afnslilim.Magiizlin, lufudilon pagi are we kIvo you, frre of roif, all the patterns you wmli to uk) during the year, und In nn v !.i you ('hoiw. rknd in your at onoe. only $2, and you will really get over SJS In value. Adilrem the publUber, W..Ionuliigs Iromnrest, 15 Kutt llth .St.. New York. If you are uutteuiialnUMl with tho Uaxaziiio, scud 10 tc'uU lor a fpocJtneu copy. Pan-Rit'Si ofe-(iiilsite li-x Lniiln lleeliumH, nnd otheitor woild-whl- o promptly isiuc.l Will insure against tnrna Ligl tiling dw t, wind storms and lightning IhhI witViut additional charge Office at First National Hank, Man fur.!. s Ir.cuilsin this line. I'"l. Companies 1 would a. Walter Fields, 1 rl H 'l lial rHvlrB U"LBH,a? M BLACKSMITH, Junction City ALL KINDS SHOEING Marble & Granite Works JUNCTION' CITV', KY. Is prepared to do And other work Turnersvillo, Ky., lie is The AelciiowleclgiiHii In his section Workman Cove him a trial. Have just erected a new Marble and Granite House and am fully prepared to fill orders for all ol Marble and Granite work I have in my employ skilled workmen Irom th. East. My freight facilities can not bo excelled and 1 will not be un. dcrsold jS JOE S. WUIOHT LI nil W0" whole. Tho effect is peculiarly rich Interior Jouknal ! over heavy corded white silk. At a reception tbo otlier evening I saw a particularly attractive dress. It ComWontlorful and was made, of a fine black velvet pile on Stanfoiid, Kv., DKcnMiinu 20, 181)l Schedule Oct 30, 1891 binations In Evonlnff Dross. ground, which showed a through in a puzzling way, so Hint you ;"- LEAVK NORTON nt. tlm Co mini; couldn't quite nialco up your mind about A l)rr ThBt Will F Patriarchs' i;.ll I'rsrl Orimmenln- 1:30 pm for Graham, Illueficld, I'eelrtntai Jan J down tho Bkirt it. About intermediate italionr. tlon lllurlt rsutl Purplo the rTor- wore two bnnds of laee, laid head to 100a am for Illuuflcld, Kadlord, Roanoke, and Itrs Soum New Ginnm. Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. WILX, (via head, and tcparatcd by a number of A LARGE SUPPLY MEANS BUSINESS. Roanoke) for Waihlagton, Hacerstewn, Harris-oittiny black velvet bands. A plastron of I'hiladelphiaaad New Yort. IOOPTIM0HT. 1KI2.1 artistically E.nokavixo beautifully and d Bilk was joined to tho Pullman Sleeping Cars f rom to Nor Well, wo'vo about grown tired of be- bodice by a roll of thr; sumo, and a band done at A. It. Penny's. folk viaJNorton and Radfordi alto Ratlfonl t.i New York, vin Shenandoah Junction, also Rad uf ing sensible. Wo litl give ip soma of of white puBsementerio ran over tho left Buy your hooka mid scliool supplies lord to aahington; also from Lynchburg to RltU nil kinds from A. It. Penny, who colls out eccentricities of last winter, nnd shoulder. mnnd On the other was an epaulet Trains tor Porahontas, Towhatan aed Ortail tried renl hard nil summer to bo conthorn at publisher'a price. of much wider passementerie, which will leave Illueneld daily at 10 a m,t 30 a m, Havb your watch, clock and joweiry tent. "AVo llngcringly discarded . tlio also formed thu ceinture and tho collar. p mand 7 15 pin. repaired itt A. It. 1'enny'o. All work rldlculotiirty long waist lino nnd alarmLeave lllucfuUl 6 10 a m daily fur Keuivn a it black gauze, were absoColmnhus, Cl Artlve Columlius g 13pm warranted. ingly high shoulder puff, tho combina- Tho sleeves of shoulder, falling in a Uut arc prepared to. Additional trania for Welch and Intermediate tho tlBMKMiiuR that all ellverwnre, wntolicp. tion uf which Hindi' nit look so queor in lutely lint at stations on Elkhorn leave IHueMil impin daily looso puff to the elbow, and edged with rings, Ac, bought nt A. K. Penny's will Trains arrive at Norton Irum the East dally at deep laee flounce. a jo p nandjiopni , ho engraved free of charge. For further information as to schedules, ralvs, Ktnlncneo purplo how much we see Ac , apply to agent of Norfolk .V Western of It every whore. It has even crept W. H I1KV1LI., Urn I'aiw Agt Ileanot-cVa. we shield into the line mesh with which our complexions, i.vi mo see purpie ..TAKh THE. used to be second mourning, didn't it'.' Hut if all tho dames that we see these . j days clad in the color are mourning de:wjrr.rras .At. parted friends, there is an innumerable t r, h n a aMM m a KrC4&riafrai nnuah'n host of them. In fact, pretty nearly in black or purple. every one is rolled fgyiOlHJVlUt lltWjtlSAhrS ClICAfal ftTQ- Ho th colors are oxtrcmoly popular, and m. .'. winter. will be all A most striking dress of purplo cloth has a flaring skirt edged with black fox; ."LINE TO has fancy black braid hiding each skirt' fl Prescriptions 'filled at all hours, Call on him when you want a seam; has a short empiro IkhIIcc, with a plain belt of pale yellow: lias a queer good srtickc. i kind of overpieco in yellrfw on tho bod ice, that is almost Indescribable. It forms first a standing collar and a sort of loose yoke, that falls on the ..And shoulders in pretty curves. Hut instead KTODMTM of being contented ns a yoke, it must needs run down back and front in a Finest and best Vntibulcd lTulTet Sleeping Cars and Parlor Cars on all trains.' -- 1 v long, straight piece, even several Inches AND No change of cars, best accommodations, qafak below tho belt. Where it passes the st time and lowest rates, .Is the best place to buy your. belt in front, a big gold buckle holds 2,r'r Information address IAS. BARKER, G. P. A , Chicago. , the two together. All around tho edge rAt.it ctmkkn with amkmca.v ukaltiks. of the yellow is a design in black emV O.CRUSH, D. P. A , Louisville Upright and Horizontal. tho bach We evt n renounced at the broidery. The lady wears a lovely purbeginning of Ibis hcannii the trains ple veil with it. OHIO CHESAPEAKE Stationary, Semi Portable and .which swent so majestically over our So many dresses of last year nrc short capes, genfreshened with Portable. All sizes up io 2G- - streets and added Mich dignity to our erally trlmmiil three fur, ond the longwith His store is now full to overflowing with everything that is nice and so long as they were clean. appearaiiet horso powor This last sacrifice was so grent that wu est of them jus', covering the shoulders. useful for Christmas Presents. Philadelphia His line of these goods consists of evUncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Immediately consolc-by On tho new ifiiwns, too, these little ourselves Baltimore, Now York, pelerine figure conspicuously. Some erything, including doubling the length of our hmao trains. Strength and Durability. And all other Knstoni Cities. J?- This wa soothing and inspiring lihc- - very pretty brocade ones, of a siuglc fot Frw !2lutlrald PamptcU ami your wise. Incited lis to further HCtloil. cape only, can be had for evening wear. ntc It Shortest, Line between Louisville. Lexinton'?nJ liKastern Points. auta Wo suddenly deckles! tlmt the summer Thoy are generally only a few inches girl had lteen too modest, too uiiassuiii- - in luugtn, are plaited in very large IN.EFFFCT NOV. 1, iSoe JAMES Books, Vases, Toy Guns, &c, and he has marked them at prices to i wonder tne male intr in lier robing. sPKiNotir.i SFAV YORK CITY suit the purchaser. His stock of Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, caps, stix had faihtl to my stillleieut utteu-- ! EA.ST HOUNn.yl.vB. Lealngton tion. She had been simply pretty anil &c,. is replete with bargains beyond the whisper of competion . 7.11pm Atlantic Express No. it, daily sweet, with her rufUe. her ribbons Hiitl Midland Accommodation, No. 6. ex. Sun.11.40am enougn. luces, nut tnai him lun 6.10pm Vestibuled Fxpress, No 14 daily Ml. Sterling Accom., No. a8, ex. Suu.... 5.zpm Tho winter girl must m iiitigiiUIceut, : ' startling, gorgeous, unlijus- -a thing . , WEST HOUND. Arr. Lexington: apart a different iMlnf from the girl . 7.Jjara Lexington Accom,, No 7,ex Sun 1t.4c.pm Louisville Express No. 21, daily of any other mnwkhi. How to aorom-pltsex Sun l.exingtiiu Accom. No. J, 4 ijpm this dittloult task tlm winter girl estibuled Express No. 13 daily .lopci hail to decide. Solid Veslibuled Tniini with DininR Cars. No And tin resuluof her cogitations wo bus tranfers sea before u that wonderful Through Sleepers fiom l.exli.gten without ' r': cbanire. of m nmny tyles. and X1I. RYAN. H W. MJLI.FR, and rHgus. The immenm pauniers, the Ass't Gen. Piws. Agt.. Gen. Pass. Agt, Cincinnati. Washington, I). ('. long, sweeping, Hat trnlns, tho flaring Triffc Atsitctr OSCAll t At skirt, th low bodice, Uiu high waist, s sleeveet, ami the tlio queer id jjtfi IK YOU ARE GOING... magnificence of tlu when appearing On this space. It belongs to in rich velvet pile nud prk'elew old lace. " Mar, till proclaim that the winter girl may The most fIcbrated TIIK wear the lniirel with a consciousness of Nose, Throat and Chronic Distletory won. in the State. ease Specialist On thouvenlng gown, of course, khe lias Ivpstowcsl her most careful thtHiglit, for It Is in the evening that she expect OK ITKPI.l. CI.OIH to score her greatest triumpliH. She has planned one, for hiHtanvc, fo" that folds, and inlged with fur or feather .THE. LOUISVILLC 4, NASHVILIC R. R. greAt event of the season, the trimming, l'crhup they are still more lmll, and It ill Inj a aueceiw. druby in tolvot. Hv.v A bcittinntr. Tor Its material is a delicate tr recti Is the line for you, as its satin. Ui be trenunntsly iiMiuineiitadl Yankees of tlir Soutli. ? wltli AmoHeuii baiillis. Tlio tf "The Chilians are the Yankees of Make dole connections at princess cut will fasten Invisibly at tho South America," wild Victor I'. Hart, And by reading it each week left, and will be elrtly eovered at the now at the hlndell, after several LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI foot Hilh the For all pointv rtse puton soutli of Ilia line. "They are plain alert, progressive, ingenious; and give In jiolnts. Over the cluM'ty-flttinTHROUGH TICKETS SOLD. UAGGAGEiCHKCKUn THROUGH "aliu gown will fall a Huh tunic of tho almighty dollar us hot a chase as For any information eiuuite cf Itcautifitl lace, plaited on the low-cany penple on earth. The women are JOES KICK. Agent, lxxliee, back ami front, wit It an amide Stanford, Ky. Or remarkably beautiful, anil the men as Agent, W. V PENN, Trav. blading tibove. Then the tunic will line a lot of fellows as can be found on Junction Otv, Ky fall perfectly loose to the feet, standthi earth They are, for the most pari, .This space will be occupied by sitle, ing apart altogether tit the left tall, broad shouldered, supple as Hinaud with the lace edges forming pretty doos ami as brave as lions, it peculcascades as they fall. Aero the 1 slice iarly fortunate that the I'nited States there will be a slnglnw of roses, ami did "not become embroiled in a war with ! another row around each of thesleeves, Chili. Of eoiirse, Mich a contest could short-largpuffs of green have bail but one result; but it would whlrh will Ih velvet. Her feet will be shod in pink, not have been the walk-ove- r the people FOR GOOD WORK ! her glow will match the satin gown, of this country supposed. The Chilians J. APPLEMAN the plumes In her hair will be like the are not only a bravo ami warlike petiIn i8i;5, who hereby extends his thanks to the THI CI LKPRATKIt ole, but their mountainous country ! Ltuliits offers cverv advimtntfu for defense. Iti is full of 'lliermopyhaii passes, where a handful of men could bold a mighty Forme i ly 'rolef r of Yt o f Mcdi tne, iirim at bav. It offers abundant sites According to results accomplished; fur fortifications as impregnable as Electrical Modicnl Collogo, or Quebec. All this talk about in addition to a liberal comniicdion of TORONTO CANADA. the I hlliaiis disliking the Americans Is N. For their liberal patronage in the past, and u ishes to say to them twenty per cent. lit unin n I'll) id tan of the the veriest nonsense. They reganl the as the grandest country that on and alter January 1st he will sell goods for CASH only and United Mates AlrJO Southern Medical Institute, and the Americans as the greatest peowill defy the competition of any one. I.OIISVII.IK, KY. ple on earth. We should cultivate the GUESS PREMIUMS Chilians. They ate u deserving people, Will be at Myers House, Stanford and the glory of South America depends FOR SUBSCRIBERS. Tuesday, Jan. 3, and until chiefly upon them." St. Louis Noon 4th. No Impossibilities or Uncertaincvrry Semi-Weekly tile woman of fashion. Awo-Insplrin- rr varl-colore- d CROW NOT HAVE CO OF W. WALTON. Arr MoZINlTEY, two-thlrd- B., : ,v g. finely-gathere- CHRISTMAS TRI A - 1 Kall-rosdo- Fmnish Arohmi m the DigLine , J'-- ... Remarkably Low Prices. THE WORLD'S FAIR ,..-y- rni wumMmBS&mBuM -. - (OMKOAQ(D9 BTIIJJAMC ffilNtbrXJOT F. M. WARE'S CHRISTMAS : p6T7"wjiiT W JIUSK STEEL BOILERS, , GOODS, d & RAILWAY. Washington, i IlvIFKI.. (fiCO., i,o Plush Goods, Dolls, Drams, Toys, H'VEJIRSriBOID'Z" ' ien i , I3iTV"ITEID, li cmii-mtngll- s ! I fi if Keei ) V assa: jL. V our I me tititir-glitx- : l In m NORTE WEST, J.SOLOMON, You Will Be Repaid. l'utri-ureh- s' mm P-- v Irs Hustonvi.le tYferchant Double Daily Trains yean-spen- t decp-hcarte-d g, ut ss 1 e S. M.D., JAMBS FY3i, GOOD PAY English. Specialist, ti- For or Gentlemen (Jib-ralt- GoodPeople ofHustonville $5 to $500 Cash! lilobe-Democr- at Itcturninu lour vrek timing Dr. Applriimn i cratluntrcf llellrvue ilcHim-a- l Mtillcul CoIIck. New York t tt . ami the Kite riial Mcdicil College, Toronto, Caiiadu. Ill ha i v.ide a pr ml ttutly til the ilneaxt he the Ricat Itcllevwc ami Charily HiMpital lor crat ytti unit retugMweamituperlsr in aiacavtiiit.' He tlevutet all anil lrtatinif Chronic Diia tin time Io the treatment of htont ami tiurvoiw anil hit skill aa an expert m ttifteaict of both thiaclaiaol caio la well LutabliOied Tiot uc icttlully, aad tliycr. , the trjtil Were you impressed with conversttlouV lie thinks he is quite out of sight in thut line. She I dare say he is, for I found him He -I'eth-erhedd- (!. CLOTHING -E3--A. J ties. Kvery thing Fair, Plain and Positive. Honor-uhl- e, Fee programme in the absolutely out of mind.---Trut- h. irui Permanently Cures Dut-uie- Chrcmc Cntarrh, HlnliiK in i;ar t of h)c, K.tr, Nose, Throat I.ung. Kidney, Urmarr mul llladtlcr troubln Dueako, Diabetes, Dytpvpila, llriiiht'a Khcumati.m aud raraln, Kpllcpiyor Kits poiitivtly cur ftl, ottni; or middle aged men autTetinif frmn Impotcncy, Kmptioni, the reiult til trromor exctie, nhuulil call belornit loo late We Eiiraiiteeii cure i( cae hai not cone too far Snperfluoua ti.nr ami all eruption of the lace permanently removed Dealnttt, V ute nml CXDtti-liatio- n, Blood nncl Slciu Diseases. A SyphilU, Scrofula, StrUture, Oleri,lc., cured by never falling rcinediet. Oueateiol wniucn,auch n I.rucorrhea, painful Menmnatlou, Ditplaiement ot Womb, boarlns down paint in b. L, relieved lit iliort lime. lie iJOClor carrii ui in" uuiiiiuic iniiiuincnu and comet vreP'C1' ' c"m ltl tho mokt uliiciirr medical and ajrgicai c lie, undrrlakck mi insurable dieaict but curei hundred! given up to die. 1 jci CONSULTATION FREE And Confidential. Addre J. S AI'IH.EMAN, M. fa. I I.ouitville, D, Ky- mm. lie ' l'rlcntl Too much whisky makes a OOWN KOIt IIOMh WHAIU body talk, don't it'.1 Col. Soak I should say so Why, you pink beauties that He In waiting, ready just ought to hear my wife when I go o be fastened on the lovely dress. home drunk. .Jury. No evening dresses must bo made A ienlt lirirt. without sleeves. It is emphatically not commo II faut to appaar without think I shall Mrs. Ilcadiug Dealo some sort of a pull or gauze on the have my new ball dress trimmed in arm; the pnlT may be very short, or the coal. gauze may bo thin and float altogether Mr. !)eule Oreat heavens! Do you away from the arm, but sleeves there want to bankrupt tne? Truth. must b.i. IVarl Is visible everywhere .11 r. Iltiblis' Aspiration. in girdles, in bodices in shoulder Some dresses pieces, In long fringes. "I tUiu'tCiire nothin'uboiit belli made are almost completely covem! with a lord," said Mr. Hobbs; "but ef the A very wide gov'inent wa- -. a mind to make my wife rich pearl trimmings. waist or the hips, a lady I wouldn't put nothin' in their belt encircles the from which fall long pendants, close way." Judge. Then together, far down tho skirt. A Iteilrxiulni; TYuit. two more bunds go aroti nil the bodice "After all, the young man of tho peunder thu arms, almost meotiug in redeeming front, with shorter pendants hanging riod has some ho goes to features." get his watoh "Yus when Largo epaulets, with therefrom. Dos Moines fringes, all of pearl, cover thu should-- . out of tho pawn shop." Argonaut. rs, and a pearl collar mounts tho Melli-wi- l 1 OVERCOATS, MeuLak' & Children' ;Shc, jJS AND TT.S.I.ISES. Weekly Enquirer of our Fourth Annual Contest among Agents for largest clubs. Agency for tho "Weekly ENQi'iunit is a profitable business. It is the best tcbool in the world to prepare one for 11 business contact with the to business public, a steppiug-etou- e (nullification nnd future prosperity. Wo want good Agents to solicit for riihscriptions. Thu induccrmmta urn extra good. iter An Gents Furnishing Goods THTTBT-K- S M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. 1 ' j HI P II J -- . try-a- nBM,": ,! ' WinnMmg MttmriMMftMMM m.a Thomas Locistom and others told bouio malicious lies affecting the character of Miss Emma Ctrrico, n pretty Marion county school tocher, and she brought Stanford, Ky., Dkcemiier 20, 1892 suit against thorn. Tho case was tried boforo a jury at Lebanon Inst week, when 2,500 wore nu arded her. This is a light F W. judgment. An evil word spoken of n woman may blast her life nnd the scoun After lonj: illness Senator; Unmlnll drel who would ho mean enough to utLeo Gibson ilietl nt Hot Spring Friday, ter or circulate n scandal or evil report the immetliftte cause of his death bolag on one cannot even partially ntono for it heart disease. He was born near Ver- with his worthless neck. sailles and his Inst request was that his Hahry McOaktv, of tho Nicholnsville body ho brought and laid to rest at ins old Kentucky home. He moved to Lou- Journal, is a very bashful man, but no isiana in early manhood and wh3 re- one imagined he was quite so bad as peatedly and highly honored by. the peo- Dan Bowmar, of tho Woodford Sim, inple of the State of his aboption. Besides timates. Ho is authority for tho stateholding various other offices, ho was ment that Harry's handsome face beelected to the lower llouso of Congress comes suUused in blushes at tho sight of five times and finally to a seat in the a pile of undressed lumber or tho exposhigher branch of that body. His sena- ed leg of a piano. torial term wonid have expired in March, THE LEGISLATURE. Ho was n very learned man, but was a worker instead .of an oratorical The bill to make eight hours n legal drone in the National bee hive at working day in minus, f.ictorioa and During the war he fought lor workshops, was defeated in the Senate. the land he loved an J successively comThe Senate adopted the House resomanded a company, a regiment, a brig- lution calling upon tho members of Conade and a division in the Confederate gress from this State to voto for a bill rearmy. Ilia death, of course, cuts no fig pealing the Federal election law. ure in the political complexion of the The House passed the advertising Senate, as his successor will be a demo- bill, amended so as to provide- that the judge of a county may place any advercrat. tising of an ollloi.il nature in the papers Tuk Legiolaturohasapprouriated S700 ho thinks best. to be divided among the " preachers that have opened the sessions with prayers. NEWSY NOTES. ConjideringUhat their good olllces have Fonsion Agent W. C. Boiiton, of had no effect on the statesmen, it seems has been fined $300 for charging peoto have been money wasted, but the exhorbitant fees. ple will forgive tho outlay nnd thauktho Delegates Jwill meet in Lexington men of God, if by a united elfort at dito consider ajlaw for the bettervine implorution, they bring about a ment of theroad system. quick and llnal adjournment of the body The Indiana supreme court has dewhich hns done nothing to show for the cided that the apportionment acts of amount of money that has been expend1S79 and 1S01 are unconstitutional. ed on it or that which is to be expended. The GeorgiajSenate has killed the The prayers of the righteous availeth bill acceptinglthe GeorgiaJHonie for Conmuch nnd if the preachers will make a strong pull, n long pull and a pull to- federate Veteransjas it gift to the State. Sixty thousand of the new Columgether, they may thereby remove the bian sonvenir half dollars were shipped mountain of imb'ecility from tho capital from tho l'liiladelphia mint to New York city. City. According to Dun s review the oom- - t An effort is being made to nave anothmerco movement atjthe end of the preser cabinet oflicer added to the quota, alent year, will,; be tho heaviest ever ready too great that of Secretary of known. Koads. We have received blanks to get Thooth Congressional district, which signatures ton petition to Congress askwas one of tho doubtful districts of Mich ing for the establishment of such ,nu ofigan, has elected by a majorfice, but we are not in that line. The ity of 1'2 votes. country does not need such n figureJesse II. Reed, (colored, who athead. We would much prefer to see tempted to shootfa brakeman for ejectthe office of Secretary of Agricultute ing him from a .traiu, waa hung by a abolished than to see the now one estabmob nt Milan, Tenn. lished, even if our friend) Logau, of tho Congressman De'Armond, of Mis Times, is booked for the former sine souri, has introduced a bill providing for cure. mo election otune ipresuient ana by a direct vote- of the peoA lady, who wanted some white paple. inper from which to cut pnterns, came It is said that the Illinois Central to this office recently and asked if we snq purchased the Littlo Rock & Memcould sell her some blank Intkriok phis railroad and will extend it via Hot Journals. Now a blank Interior Jock-na- l Springs an Faris, Texas, to Fort Worth, may bo as good, if not better, ns a Texas. printed copy, but the Glasgow Times is It has juit been officially announced not built that way, and we desire it dis that New York gave Cleveland a pluraltinctly understood that wo want both ity of 45,44'J. It will bo some time yet sides of thit valuable sheet printed when before all the Suites are heard from. it comes to this office. The one sent us A banquet will be given to "inlast week didn't have a sigu of an Stevenson at Anniston, nards." No more of this, Bro. Richard- Ala., this evening.hThe following even son, if thou lovetn us. ing lie will be entertained nt Atlanta. Near Klizavillo Joseph Washburne Tiie Richmond Register says that ap- was found dead with his throat cut. A plicants are making a mistake in filing nephew named Rowland confessed to their applications for office with Senator having killed him during a quarrel over Blackburn and adds this disrespectful a debt of 50 cents. comment, which we move to have strickMrs. Kveline Burdine is in jail at en from the records: "We would rather yaller dog Somerset charged with the murder of have the endorsement of the Joseph Arthur. She claims that Arthur that trots under Carlisle's wagon, as he moves his goods and chattels to the waB attempting to gain admittance to her room and that she killed him in self treasury department, than that of Joey defense. B. Joe was not in it, is not in it and The Inter-Sta- te Commerce Commiswill not be iu it." sion's report shows tha! the railway milage in the Coked States increased duThere is nothing so greatly as a man's wealth or. the number ring the past year 4,S0o.00 miles. There of people composing a crowd. While are at present 1(S, 102.74 miles of railway our friend, Jay Gould, was in the llesh, in the country. During this'.week there will be exeand even after he was in the ground, it cuted by electricity at Sing Sing, Feter was estimated that his estate would foot Schultz, a boy 10 years old, for the murup anywhere from f.W.OOO.OOO to An inventory waa taken of his der of a baby on Long Island, and Muguire, of Middletown, who killeffects tho other day and but a beggarly $72,000,000 could be found. Jay never ed Mrs. Gregory. A fe years nio the president of the told his wenlth, but it is evident that it C. signed stock certificates in blank ti. other people told lies about it. and Secretary G. H. Dougherty filled out The Secretary of State Kentucky has and sold 5200,000 worth for his own benmade an olHcisl statementof the Novera- -' efit. The supreme court of Missouri the holdersjof the certificates may her vote, wv.ich increases Cleveland's plurality to 10,020, The vote stands, recover from tho company tho full mar ; 125,441 ket value ol the stock at the time they Harrison Cleveland Weaver 2'J,500 and Bidnell 0,442. The first denundedlit. ..The uecision means latter is a ain over the Fisk v Jte of liSS a loss of over foOO.OOO to the company. John Henderson, a wayward of 1,217 and shows that we prohibition t Sunday-schoo- l superintendent, istfl are gfttin,' there, hit, in great Btnrted out with to investigate bhnpe. tho crusade a'tinst the iinmor.il houses Our valued contemporary, the Voice, at Fittsburg. When found in the1 gutter the national prohibition organ, asks in by a policeman he hail a silk stockiiiu apparent consternation: "Has a comet and a garter in his pocket in plnco of a struck the earth ? Are we upside down? roll of money and was unable to give an Jsthucourdo of nature all reversed V" account of his movements. Near Faris two Jsharpers, oue claimNo; it's just the jim jams you have. Brace up and stop trying to save the ing to bo a brother ;of Banker James S. country by a theory that can neyer be Barret bunkoed F. Colcord, farm made practical. or, out oi ,w. wne oi ttie men was captured at Coviugton and most the It is generally conceded tliat Breckin- money recovered. It was tho oldofcard ridge, Carlisle and McCreary will be the game that even the fools who do not Kentucky "big three" with the next ad the papers ought to have been on and those who secure their to before this. endorsement will have mediators to the Representative Antony, of Texas throne worth having. has introduced a bill in the House .j' pealing the act of Juno 27, 1X), groutThe gold fever is on in Arizona, rich ing pensions to soldiers und Bailors and placer grounds having been found in the to widows, minor children ami dependent parents of soidiere and sailors. Tho San Juan Hiver One man washed out bill also provides that all pensions grantiu a day. $2,800 ed under the act shall be discontiued. Semi-Week- ly Interior Joukmul WALTON. T. r. CLARK. Both bodies have paw oil tho bill r UTRAUtV, JK. making ajthreo fourths verdict in civil ewes, Btripped, howevtr, of tho emergency clause. . PkACriCAL The electoral vote of Knnssa will bo pmmbors stoam solid for Weaver, tho republicans having been defeated in their efforts to count r.ii. in .... klniN of Iron and llratt UUUUI IDr Mean nJ water, biiiiltuy (JooWoCnll klnilt. Alt out ono Weaver elector. vrorK giiRrttueru (jmnt nclective material nnd At Leavenworth, Kiip., Clmrlrs wi.rkra.inhlp. $ Benson, a condemned murderer, attempt ed to kill his keeper with a dirk and then stabbed himself twi:o bolow the henrt, dying afterward from the self In- dieted wounds. m receiving one of the most rlecant linn of M. Diabler, M. do lMrin, tho public ever humlloil m Sliinford, executioner of FarN, has guillotined 2M Mll.l.l.tNKKY with n (vipocml vltw to the want, ef thi (im Norn Welch, of Cincinnati, an tuepe. trU. persons, tho last on Saturday, when rWnetl trimmer, M with me thl season and I The fwir.iHlr ttvrjthine tu lw In the Intent and n?t most revolting proito occurred. The Udlw Ids Jiff, appittved la.hto gnolt, which lie invltetl to call prisoner fought and plead d examine my will take e ihewii-if- . in while the motley crowd laughed ami j .MISS I.ICCIK BKAZLr.Y. 6j ed at him for his cowardice STHi5LUB& CO., . FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE I ! ad Fitt. j Heating Stoves, Stove Pipe, Zinc Coal Vases, Coal Hods, Shovels Tongs and Pokers. Enterprise and Hale's Meat Cutters, Lard Cans, Butcher Knives and Carving Sets. We want TO THE LADIES. ncli-ct-- d , I COUNTRY PRODUCE And always pay the highest price. Give us a call. fr u-- 1 plfiu-ur- 1S9-5- . BUB Wash-incto- n. IrK & dFE3 s IWI d&IJkqjf Cf Wm wlf W&fyA&k WW tf Cov-ingto- n, to-d- ay Ent Hie for Vour Jliristinis Dlitue t lilt mm FOR TH E HOLIDAY TRADE. W,B Wbx m m -- And another New Store GOODS! ON- - free; 1 In the Harris building at Crab Orchard I will open a third store, which will be given up entirely to the display of Christmas and Goods and from tint diy until Christmas ICve, I will have on exhibition IIol-da- y A over-estimate- d -- Guess Tickets will be given with every article sold, and every purchaser of an article in either ol the three stores will be entitled to guess at its weight. On Christmas Eve at 3 o'clock v. m., the Guess Tickets will be examined and the Turkey weighed and the persona guessing nearest to its exact weight will be presented with FIVE HIG SILVER DOLLARS for a Christmas Gift, and also with the Turkey Gobler for his Christmas Dinner At the same time the Crayon Portraits will be delivered to my customers and I will continue to furnish them to all purchasers of Sto's worth of goods, they paying only the cost of frames, 2. 75. I am just back from purchasing my stock of Christmas Goods, which makes (he fourth full stock of goods I have bought this Kail and 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 clerks to wait upon my customers. STORE NO. contains Dry Goods, Groceries, Notions and general stock department with 5 clerks to wait upon you and is filled with everything you can possibly desire in this line. STORE NO. 2 is the hall above and is reached by a broad stairway. This has been nicely fitted up for a Clothing and Gents' Goods department and contains Hoy's and Men's Clothing, Overcoats, Hats, Caps, Hoots, Shoes, Shirts, Drawers, Socks and If you fail to visit this room you will miss seeing half of my stock. Underwear, and in fact everything pertaining to this department. I will wait upon you in this department and we will sell you goods in this line cheaper than same goods can be bought anyJimmie and where in Kentucky. STORE NO. 3 is the Christmas and Holiday department and is in the Harris Hotel building, where wc formerly had our Clothing Store. Here you will , 1 Kur-nishin- TREMENDOUS TURKEY GOBBLER. g f'100,-000,00- 0. Fred-cric- k Find Everything That Can Make Heart Glad 151. iu -- 31. iu ijvi uw.tn, .iLumimj; iu mu .um tuuuiy. French Mixed Lanuies 2 pounas lor --'5c. wranges, nuuaiiio .um Coffees 20; Arbuckle s 25c; 18 ibsbtandard urnnuiatedMigarMjyeiiowoo. 5c; nesi calicos 014 c; remnants and iigiit Lalicos Hest Green - Oil Cilicos 7'c: Dress Checked Calicos 6 to SKc. Best Hrown Cottons 5c to 6 ,'c; best Canton Klanncls G',c to 10c; solid to Heavy colored Twilled coiors half wool Dress Goods oc; fancy figured Dress Goods ioc to I2c; Dress (.inrThnmi! Best Jeans from 15c to 35c. Bed Comforts and Blankets SitojSi 50. Overcoats $2.50 to S 10. Suits for Men from S3 Flannels 20c. s to'sio Boys $1.50 to S5. Men's Boots from $1.50 to $2.50. Boys" red top Boots 75c. Larger sizes from Si U Si. 50. Men's coarse Shoes 75c; Ladies' fine Shoes at Si to any'price yo.i want them. Ladies' pairs at Si. 25 Sr Men's fine Shoes, 200 Belle of LincolntoatSi. 50. Fancy Family, White Rose or Patent at 60c. 50c; XX Flour at 40c; Creole or to S5; Ladies' S3 to S5. Valise's 35c to Si- - Trunks 75c to $5- - 100 Caps to close out at 20c to 25c. Lead Men's Saddles from Powder 25c. 24 sheets of Writing Paper Good Towels at 5c each. Playing Cards at 5c. Shot iPcncils 5c to ioc per dozen. colored 20c. Ladies' small Cloaks.30s to 34s at half price, fine ones. lb.; and 5 Fnvelopes both 10c. White Cotton Warp For Produce I will pay 22cfor Eggs, 15c for Butter and 50c for ofIvc boxes of Matches for 5c. Men's Gum Coats Si. 50 to S2. we will have a On Christmas Eve night Gosc Feathers. do-c'd- ea nd ii-muii- a ff 175.-10I- 1 'c 7c 8c. Bro-can- Fenii-sylva- ni Si-5- 0 i6c 7c. Grand and Glorious Jollification at Crab Orchard Allttoc Fire Works not disposed of by that time will be given away to our customers. Come in and have a big time. P I in the Mercantile business du- wish to say to the patrons of my Summer Resort that while I have been so busily engaged neglected or forgotten Green Briar Springs, but have had men there constantly at work since the close of ' rm 0 the present, I have not in backyard, Co ft. front by 100 ft. deep, con- coason and have added many improvements, including a large Amusement Hall, . .""' n.,11 Uinm frnm which the dance can be observed from the rear verandahs and from every room in the Hotel build. . '1' taming . . ' . 1.1411 I shall make a scnli nf v:Q:f. .i,- iin Room. . . .... I have nUn V.WHVV .i nice Bowline - Alllev ill rear yard. :..,t tnncn win .v tin iiul MW to If you want to have a happy ' rangin" from S5 to $8 per week for next season, according to location and furnishings of rooms, nrices V. u. SLAUUHlliR. Respectfully, time, make your arrangements to visit Green Briar next summer. s 1 . - 1 -- fr-r-r.- -- emi-Weekly Interior Journal Ky., I) KM11HH20, Skis Br. K. M. lutes' nd. Ho out nt cost to ijuit business. la Belling Just received a cook car-loa- d of salt, limo MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. and cement; also full line of Columbian stove repairs. w CLOSING OUT AT COST, Having decided to ipiit the mercantile stock of 6TANF0UD, 1892 pound frtsli. Bto stock of candy, nuts, McKinney Bros. &c, ovory dale. J K. VnuAra Judge Hughes. fc.o."W.A.iTON, buu, Manager POINTS. PERSONAL Mn. Wii.t. MoiiKiiAM) went to Louis-vlll- o Sundtiy. Mibh Julia IIiooins dnagono to visit relatives in LoulBvillo. Mu. an'dMro. J. II. MoAmstkii iiro visiting IrieiulH in Danviltu. Miw. Fuank IIauiiib and Allien havo gone to Ohllllcotho, 0 , to spend the ChriHtmae. Dn.W. B. Ann&T, o( Oweiiaboro, was hero h day or two, looking alter Ida business nilalro. Hoffman and Mr?. Br. Dick, of Crab Orchard, wore here hIiojc Mitfl. Ui'H w ping Saturday. Miu). Thomas Uhiiahus, of Juuotton City, spent n few days with Mm. Mnrfu "Wureii aud other friends. Misskm Mauuie and Jk.n.sik Hockkii wont down to I'arkBvlIlo Sunday to see thoir aunt, Mrs. Helm, who Is vury ill. Miia. Jknmk Dunn, who has n largo Tiiciik isabuudaucu of water in Lexmusic class at Junction City, was up to ington now and I will send laundry to Beo her parcnta Saturday nnd Sunday. Mh. V. B. Watson and family loft Sat- that point hereafter. Jutuo J. Thompurday to inako UieIrhomo in Lexington son. and where uiuy good luck attend them. Read James Frve's advertisement and Mn. and Miuj. It. J. Lvntf, of Nash- seo what ho pays about gelling for cash ville, returned home Saturday, after during tlie coming year. He moans busMih. G. B. Con hi r aud other iness and you will find It profitable to buy of him. . Own Mt. Vernon corrospondont hcuis A nick little reception in honor of a to havo fallen intoinnouuousdor8uetud. protiuotod tdluuuo, favorite graduate of tho Keeley Cure was "Wherefore tliiH loii given ianl night at Crab Orchard Springs moat noble Marot? Mine NohajWiujiii, the piutty young by Mm. Gus llofPtmn, the beautiful wife lady who ha; been with Mbw I.iccta ot the proprietor. Beanlcy during the sn&ou, returned Tiik irerusalof the first dnuso of Uoin-ato her home inCiucinnati. 1&S to especially copimendod ton Mies Sahka Hays, accoiujmnicd by oerUiin class of our readers, and action Mw. Cutler, came over from Lexington it, so far at least as we aro yesterday to npend tho holidaya with iion oarnextly iuvoktnl. Miss' Lata lltya. Mr. Paulino and MisaluA Wjwtkhiiku), who lnw 1)0011 Mr. F. J. Cami'Iiei.l, of Rock Cmtlu up to wo her sick brother, Mr. L. M. Sprfngf, has arraugad with Houtiker, tho Weflterfleld, at the Coirey House, ruttmi-o- il Florist, Lexington, to handle in wholehomo yesterday. Mr. W. m much im- sale ipiuntitieri the tine holly, fern, proved uioahk, etc., for which that region is Mu. IE. II. Logan ami I. In beautiful notod. Parties and churches here debride arrived from Kn.is City and after siring decorations for Christinas can xpemhtu: a day or mi with Ins pirents, supplies by leaving orders at A. A. left yotUenUy for h vit.it to relatives in Warron's at once. Knox villi. Cait. S . J. Warm, rod uiriutrr of the ASkiiial For the benefit of thoso K. C , met the pay train Ihhw Stitnniay reader who enjoy story reading, wo be aud went with it over lliat division. He gin in this iwme tho first installment ii pri'Nirimt for a bg trip over to his old of "Batll-- d Conspirators," by W. K. Nor ris, who gives in an entertaining man lisiue in Virginia. Thk picture of our new lircult judge, nor tho nmusiug adventures of a Society whieh appeared in yesterday's Courier-Journa- l, for the Protection of lUclielou, each gives him a Jewish trust of member of which is firally bullied by a countenance foreign to his appearance. pretty little woman. It will run through Wo could have loaned our coutouipary 10 or PJ Issues. a much letter cut. A.soriiKit Buiiolaiiy. It has been K. K. Wilson, Kq . an attorney from demonstrated that lvd Brown doesn't do g London, was down ostensibly on all tho and robbing buslm-risbut.HH he staid over Sunday Foino ono secured entrance s and was seen with k mighty pretty giii, through a window into Mr. H. C. the presumption is not a violent one that tailoring establishment, Friday ho was mure interested In her than in night, and got away with $160 worth of the theories of Hlarkstono. piece goods aud clothing. Mr. J. S. The district school of Mhs Km um Rout, who, by tho way, is to marry tills on the Lan- week, lost his wedding suit, H. C. Bright Pi pea at Ix)gan caster pike, und the one taught by Miss a nicuBuit, Rev. Julian a pair of pantaGertie Pipes at Junction City liavo just loons anl other articles ol more or less closed, both being complimented by hav- vnluo were taken. Marshal Xewlaud is ing it said that they cave entire stisfac onto tho case and we will wager that the lion. thief will spend his Christmas in jail. Hon. (i. It, KkLLEii, clerk of the Low- This tho second time In the last few is er House of the General Assembly, paus- years that burglars have entered ed here returning from the Crab Orchard store aud robbed him. Keeley Cure, to which place he had not, Tyk Siium'kd On. Divers nnd sunGreen however, i been for treatment, never drinks anything stronger than wa- dry rumors reacing to the earj of Judge W. E. Varnon that a mob from Whitley ter when he can't help himself. Oun genial friend, Frank It. Kiley, of county was coming hero Saturday night London, writes us that he is receiving to hang Len Tye, tho negro charged with every encouragement In his application criminally assaulting and murdering Miss marshalship and that he is Bryant near Jellico, and sent here for for the l in tho tight to win. He has had" his safe keeping, he very promptly and prop heart set on the ollico foi four years and erly ordered him to be taken to the liar claims to havo nearly every prominent rodoburg jail, which was done at once by Sheriff .1. N. Menefeo and I. M. man for him. Mn. Sam M. Owkss, who with his Bruce. Judge Varnon pieferred this brother, J. IJ. Owens, and a large party course to having a guard placed over the went down to Mississippi for n bear hunt, jail, preventing bloodshed had an atThe party killed tempt boon mtdo to take thu prisoner, returned yesterday. two boars, a deer and any number of aud he is to be commended for it. There ducks. Sam claims to havo killed one is no proof of tho negro's guilt and oven of the boars, but ho has presented no if there was, the people of Lincoln do not wnntauyexhibitionof Judge Lyuch's proof yet. will administration of law, especially by peo-- . Mu. and M iia I). S. remove back to Huston vlllo today. pie from another county. Thoy have made their homo in this At his trial before Judge Carson Satcommunity for inoro than two years and urday, Ho-i- . W. II. Miller, who assaultwith everybody have made warm friends ed, a fow days ago, Thomas D.ilton, in our midst. Mr. Carpenter has had was lined J10 and costs and for drawing chargo of tho fair grounds nnd the fair a pistol on him from its concealment hu company could not havo had a better was given u sentence of 10 days in jail man in chargo of it. Somerset Republian.l lined 2.r. 5 Ho replevied the first can. judgment and took.an appeal on the latCITY AND'YICINirY." ter. It will bo remembered that Mr Dalton refused to return to .Mr. Miller n Skk limner's Xtuoa goods. deed that tho .Misses Carpenter had exeGo to Knrp's when you want your cuted to him,for.tho Carpenter House property aud for which hu also withheld picture taken. . tho notes for which tho deed was given, OAKEaand crackers, "Forester gm !,' andtlrUMr. Miller attacked him in at McKinney Bros.' Penny's diuglstoie and secured a promFinest Xmas present at lowest prices ise of the return of the deed as soon as it attorcould bo sentjfor. An at Banks, the jeweler's. ' ney and a member of tho uulamented Don't fail to seo A. A. Warron's holi constitutional convention, Mr. Miller day goods before purchasing. should liayo (appealed to tho law he I of all woo knows so well, and as he did not, tho Wk havo reduced a line judgment of tho court against him is no dress goods to 41) cents for Christmas. moru than comiueqsuroto with tho ofComeand seo them. J. S. Hughes. fense, which is more flagrant when comI Foil Runt Hquso and 25 ucren of mitted by a man of Mr. Miller's standing pasture, 3 acres of splendid tobucco land, than by somo poor devil, ignoraut of the law. largo gardeu, variety of fruit. II. Helm. vis-itin- Found, on Somerset piko, an embroiWe will fix you up a nice basket of dered lambrequin, which the owner can fruit mid candy cheap. McKinney Broa. get by proving it and paying for this noAll tho schools in town will close for tice. Inquire nt this olfice. 9 a week for tho celebration of Christmas. Littlk Jamkh Rkid found a paper bill Something for young and old at of considerable value on thu street SaturBanks', tho jeweler. You never saw day afternoon, which can bo had on proof of property anil tho cost of this nothe like. " tice. Wk nru closing out our Hook of quochs' Accounts that aro past due and not waro nnd glassware at coat. W. II. Wear-9paid by tho first ot January will he pine it Co. ed in tho hands of an olllcer for collecFmom now tilt Jan. 1st, goods of nl tion. Wo need the money that iH due kinds will go at greatly reducod prlcos. us NOW. Sine A Menefre. Furris A Hardin. Tin: L.AN.givcs notice that it willeell All accounts of I). K. it W. J I. Wear-e- round trip tickets to any point on its aro roady for settlement. Plcaso coll system, except Mammoth Caye, Dec. L'Jl and suttl now. to 20, inclusive, and Dec. lit nnd Jan. 2, Fon Salic oh Rknt. A Iioufo with all gocd till Jan. 4, at J fare. four rooms, in West Stanford. Inquire Col. D. O. SLAUuiiricn, whoso enterof Higgins A; Watts, coal dealers. prise knows' no bounds, Is splitting Okaniics, lemotiB, bananas, apples, Ca- things wide open at Crab Orchard. Read tawba and Malaga gropes, cocoanuts iS) low prices he oilers and get u chance cooking and sugar tigs. McKinney Bros. at that premium ho will give. ii n , 1 I am moving my stock of furniture and undertaker's goods to my now storeroom in the Opera House block and will be glad to seo my old customers aud many " now ones there. Mack Hullman. rola-tive- a. m Scnd ten cents in postage stampa and got by return mail a handsomely illus trnted Christmas Book of jikotehes and poems by Howard Snxby. C. B. Ryan, A. U. P. A. C. A O. R'y, Cincinnati, O. ; Tiik "'ores are full ot Christmas goods attractively displayod nnd trade in them is very lively. Most nil of our morchants havo nked you through this por to give thotn a call and you should do so, in prefumnce to the onea who have not asked you to visit them. The top of tho morning to yon, May you and your fair bride live long nnd bo happy among tho Mercer county friends who lovo you so well. The marriage of J. T. Adams, aged 21, nnd Miss Laura It. Ware, n sweet was solemnized at the residence of tho bride's father, Mr. O. G. Ware, yesterday. The marriage of Mr. J. S. Rout, tho handsome young member of the Myers House force, to Miss Lena Broad-diithe pretty nieco of tho late Col. A. M. Swope, occurs on Thursday. Tho day was first sot for Wednesday, but Mr. Rout's wedding suit was stolen and ho couldn't get unother nindo in time, henco the postponement ono day. The marriage ol Mr. George L. Willis, legislative correspondent of tho Times, nnd one of tho brightest and quUkest newspapor men in the State, occurred last weftk, at Frankfort, to the beautiful MIsb Ruth Stanton, daughtei of Mnj. Henry T. Stanton, tho nuthor of The Moneyless Man, etc , in royal stylo and left nt once for on Eastern tour. Tho union Is a moat congenlnl ono and wo join tho rest of tho newspaper men of tho State in hearty congratulations. Willis has ono advantage over other married men of his age. He has no capillary substauco on theBummitof his cranium, tho place that u capillary substance ought to vegetate, and if his amiable wife should ever want to grab out a hnndful of hair, she won't find even u Httlo bit to grab from her husband's bald head. six-teen- busine, I now oiler for snlc my wholo Dry Ms, Boots, S lSTI k and Notions Here are some B, For cent and below cewt. ilgurcs. do not sell GKOCJIIUES nt cost. Dress Goods worth 20 cents for 10 cents Dross Goods worth 2.' cents for 18 cent; Dress Goods worth 27 rtn. fur 20 rontu; Dross Goods worth 35 cents for 25 cents; Jeahel Cloth worth 10c lo 12$c at7j cts. Ginghams wnrtli Kc to 12- fur OJc to 0c; Calicoes worth 5c to 71c at lc to Co cts. Cottons worth "Je to 10c for tie to 8 cents; 1 trow 11 Cottons 7 to 10c nt 5Jc to 7 cts Sheeting worth 25 conts at only 18 cents; Shoes worth $1 to $3 at 75c to 2.2fi; Hoots worth S2 to ntSl.05 to?:5.G0. Jtokidcs, you will find that I have a lot of other things at - Ixm-Isvil- le Ridieulously Low Prices. Ilome-mnd- e (ioods, finst-clas- s course Sorghum nt 10c n gallon; llig Snndy at 35c. I ha.e .1 lot of Canned in every particular, that I sell very cheap for the ouality. Oi poet-edit- or, I MUST HAVE THE CASH I For those oods at the pi ices. There is no me asking if I can sell any cheaper. have no time to haggle over prices. Very mm December, 1892 E. M. ESTES McKIXNRY, KY. m WjM store -- TI IE- - iV.W AllVERTISBJULS'TS. yua-terda- y mm der We will (Ml ns m o? m an Hon t the iitgiuct Ud- Big Double Store-RooOpposite Coffey House, m cou-ovru- ed, With tho exception of Sunday, which was dear, ihsui.il, rainy weather has vailed for a week and the signal tcrvicu doesn't promise anything better. "Rain or pnow, colder," was the dispatch received last night, and Its fulfillment with buow had begun to be verified before wo wont to press. Nkw postage stamps of On the Krri'.ndi in Crb Orchard the old Hotel Property Immvn m the corner Dlo.k lhe brick on th j;rru;'il will iltn bevild. 8s lll'CHANAN A-- JAMES. Saturday, December 31st, REPORT OP THE CONDITION Now being tilled with New and Desirable Goods Which will I sold at the PriCOS. The 6tock consioLs of a full nortinont of Staple and Domotic Goods, Weachcd and Unbleached Muslins Gingham's, Shirtings Sheetings, Flannels, Prints, Table Damask. Towels, Towel ings Ac. Our line of Dress Goods is complete Itools nnd Shoes to suit nil. Tho largest line, the most complete assortment and the Lowest Prices. Men's Congress Gaiters ?1.25 nnd SI .50, worth S2. Men's Calf Hoots, sidelined, $2.25, worth 5:1.50. Ilig lino of Men's Soft and StifT Hats. THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE. In lh Suk- - "f Kcntui ky, at the cIoms Lowest Cash of pro-eur- o aro to bo used anI.MMt And L' Die. buines 9, i&it. next year, in recognition of the 400th HKSOURCKS. niversary the discovery of America. These stamps will be placed on sale Jan. 1st aud are the s.imo height as the present stamp, but twico as large. The do-sig- dt. ' ?II7,I4 9,134 5J 19 00 ONUU Overdraft, nxurod and uitMCUrcd....... cunt stamp Columbus on are shipboard, in sight of land; color, medium shade of blue. 2 cent stamp Tho landing of Columbus; color, maroon. 1 M house-breakin- hero-ihoiit- , Rup-ley'- 6 tcnu Specie n,oj5 00 Insurance held by Mr. J. N. Men- l.otfal lender note Tuk .. ..... 500 00 efeo on his houeo recently burned, for Kwlemntkm fund with U. S. 'IVeasurer f circulation.,.. ed 5 per cent $!5,i00, iu tho North American, was 50a 30 by arbitration Friday, that being .. $171,041 94 , Toul. tho way all policies are adjusted in that UAMUTIltS. company. The company selected J. II. Capital Itocl paid $$o.io 00 Stagg, of Harrodsburg, and Mr. Menefce SurJuft fund . !S,kh 00 . 6,38 9 chose W. G. Ranoy, of this place, as ar- Undivided JirofiU outMJtidlng....... 11,15000 bitrators and they agreed that $2,075 was National Hank nete subject Individual Uepettts to check 75.1.17 83 a fair valuation of the loss on tho house, Due to other National Danki 5,398 75 which of course is final. Mr. Menefeo Due to State llanki aid Danker- - ...JL... 709 5a Notes and bltli will rebuild at once on tho samo site. 7.316 91 Bet-ti111 S. llondt to CHr cireskttiaii. ........ K.jra Due from approved rnrve agentf . 31,403 t) Due (rm other National Ilanki..-- .. 1,417 ) Ikmldng-houaftunltMre ami fixture.. i,Oo 00 Current ripenu and taxm paid..... 1,444 93 Check and other cwh itiwn 199 57 Your chance to get 5001I IMII ot ether Ilanki 640 c Fractional piper currency, nkkcls ami you can. ... The "Very Latest and Nobbiest Styles. goods for a little money is now before you. Grasp it whilo Headquarters for Santa Glaus, Christmas Bells, .Are ringing at the. Bcliool-hous- -e fc Oaki-kntk- m m m m ty i, m m " I collision occur- Total .$171,011 94 red about i. m. a mile from McKinney ) ST All. OK Ki.NTl'CKV, County of Lincoln, j on the Cincinnati Southern, Saturday, I W. Mocker, Cashier rumor came from Hank J do solemnly swear that of the above named and many a the above statement know it. It was first told that both trains had is true to the bust si tny W. Irdgr and belief MOCKER. Cashier J. destroyed each other iu tho Kilkenny SubicrirxM and sworn to before me this Mih dav " of Dfc . i8.. J. II HOCKEK, N. I. I. C cat fashion and that 22 persons were Correct attest killed outright and the rest of the pas") T. J.KORINSON, y Director. I W. Powicll, sengers were more or less injured. The ) If. Drown, number killed finally dwindled down to eight nnd direct investigation demonr strated that only one person, Mr. Bradley, a fireman, waa hurt and not seriously at that. It is almost miraculous, .l!t however, that all wero not killed. The tM. t JA Trartf --M Florida special, whose schedule time is very fast, was running to make up 15 minutes and was (lying at 60 in i leu an hour, when to the engineer's consternation, ho saw a freight nproachiug on the same track at a lively speed. He hud tho presence of mind, however, to shut oil' steam, apply tho air brakes and draw tho reverse lover, before he and r his fireman jumped. The freight on also shut oil, reversed and jumped, bt that when the supreme moment came tho special was running at about oO aud thu freight at 10 miles an hour. But even at that tho crash was terrible. The monster engines tore into each other, almost completely wrecking them ami splintering several cars. The debris was piled up for a long distance aud it was III tlie country . Supplied with not till after D o'clock that a track was built around it nnd trafiie resumed. Tho ELEGANT fault of the collisou is entirely with the freight men, who acknowledge that they had forgotten tho train under the now schedule. A remarkable fact is'that the engineers on the two trains which seemed determined to obliterate each other aro brothers. Tho passengers on the -:- Bpecial say they experienced a worse sbnko up when tho steam was abut ou" nnd tho air applied than when the colAud all experts. (Jo straight to lisou came. A number of our citizens went over Sunday to view the remains of the most reinarknblo collision on record and say they were pretty well repaid for tho trip. Fort Sale. 07 extra good ewes, forTip7vJii7frAi X ward with lamb, and two Southdown Thereiame to my farm about two weeks ago a bucks. W. A. Hnrailtou, McKinney. Hamilton sold to John L. "LACK HOKSK, iS hands high and about 12 W. A. years old. Owner can get him by paying it lor Beck yesterday his farm of 12o acres, be- this notice nnd my feed bill. MIUDI.KTON I.VNN, tween McKinney and Turncrsville, at A TEiiKinu 1 head-en- d wild-eye- d Ileal Gash Store, And all the r fa .r MX ra I I Most Useful Articles, Most Desirable Articles, Most Serviceable Articles mSFZ&fo.ZfX )U ifrti Make your wives happy by buying of us a fine Cloak that you can A fine Table cloth, some handsome 10, worth all of $15 Towels, a nice Fur Rug, a nice pair of Blankets, one of our buy for lU'SiilBS, DRESSES d For a Christmas Gift arc the ones that will give the most comfort and pleasure. gin-ee- Beautiful Ik Best Barber Christmas SHOP Kid Shoes, a pair of beautiful Lace A pair of our splendid hand-turneCurtains, a Lace Bed Set, a Table cove. Any one of these articles will make her happy and add to your own enjoyment. And tf the Bath RGoms. Barbers, Three Would make the husband or son happy, come to our Clothing Room while you can buy clothing at UNHEARD : OF : PRICES. Jesse J. Thompson's. 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 great Emporium for useful articles. We are his agents and we must send them out. He directs us to defy all competition whethernt home or abroad. The goods must go and the people be made happy. We have about 200 Beautiful Christmas Souvenirs to distrioute among our friends. They wlill be given to shose who buy goods from us. If you do not come early they will all be gone. 40. S3-- Maywood, Ky. J. S. HUGHES. -- juKaiHLj0dCti 3pnc3re&t;: n Sm3BSm!!i3SSSff3iA r i 1' r. always grateful to nnyliody who would take enro of him. Only Thorold, whose attention had wmuleml u little during ILLUSTRATED. bTANFOKB, KY., D EMUEK20, 1892 the last few minutes, demurred, By 7. E. N0RRI3. "What i this dcsponite practical joko Harper's Magnrlbe for ls) wilt continue to that you want to play upon n. Gulser" maintain the unrUalted staiiUaiil tl exctltenee CHAPTER I. k.c. WAI.TON, ho asked. whUd bus crutBPtfilKil it from the bfgtnnlnc. THE SriDEU AND THE FLIES. "II isn't a practical joko at alii tt'a Aiiiohc the notable lentuit of she Jtarwlllbe IV. aw new rnvels by A. fnnsn I)olt, Caiiilitncc KnT 1 I havelrtttdy expractical earnest.. tt'XJs? ?5qo Wiolw.n nl lilack hhorl itorlti plained my object." n.iawe:ed Lonl morn be cuntilliutfil WiIIIjih Mast Jxiriulsr wrltrrs ft: will bv the We will r,ay the above reward for any case ni K. Wllklns, Klahstd w" Guise. "In case of in tenuity we are to iheddv, lnclmlini: Mry Jver Comtiiaint. Dyspepsia, blck Head acins, ln. have the power of Inv.riu-- each other a Hiitdlnif Iavls, .Mstrgari-- IMslid, Ilnniler digestion, Constipation or Costiveness we can not hw lllusirated 0(rip and Mirny islwis. cure with Wtil'i Vegetnblo Liver Pills, when the breathing upace of six ino'iHw. thnt'iHll. tine jxpers will bv JtnUn ,Kalli directions ate strictly compiled Kith. They ate n sew Smhrii nnd Wistern siibjxls; by up?" Now HI alnini.tter the hvn of oath purely vegetable and never fail to give satutai-tlen- . Child nn Inilla by IV.ulttry ItiL'tlOW en Sugar coated. Large boxes, containing "Well, no, 1k oonld hardlv exneot moJ or. if you bnll leat H'oertv ItUksU t, J t.rmn,bv Kkhrtl lUrdlng I)sU pills, aje. Ucwarc of counterfeits and imitation! on Iswt n Srastiii, by t ol r. a. DikIck cm' touKeau mat tnmiiie. Beside, I am to afOrm. IVr'nao it will he The genuine manufactured onlv by The John C ilmtra-Ur- n RMei, etc lilviitiA West Co., Chicago, 111. For sale by A K Pennot sure that it would lie legal. My idea for ua to Mud tin: lvea by our honor a Justlera sn .riirn'sCiniiles Abbey Cflnlin-ol will be ny. would b that each member of the I.mrarr kiOclos will be foslrlbulcd by gentleiuwi." C!iile Fllt Nwlnn T. II. stbotitd bind himself to be stntdod Tlie suiokiu;: room wa now H hut Irani Dau llvwIU, ItrMrs. MatthewsKieM, ihvrt antler atd by the i'.istmcticmc of his friend for a dewrtotl. the member of the clnh who M HARI'i.R'S I'klllOntCALS. certain length or time say rix months. had lieen diiiingt):crehariurgotieawty. v4lri "st i f iA" iVi'i I1 'l 'TIT s..PSJ Of iwirw, tliey mbrht sanction bin mar- winie tnone who wcrospontnug utee IVr Vcar JmjKgr riage at once; but if they aaw tluit he at theatrea or paitiw liad not yet llarper's SIaairr ? llarpur'n A new anil Complete treatment, consisting f wis alxmt to commit moral auicide tliey come in. In one of the far corners a lUijwrr' WVtMjr suppositories Ointment in Capsuled, alio in lex 4f would tell him' that he mustn't see or fnt mnn. with hi hut tilte'. over his ryes, IlMpvr'i l'su. I'mnlc . .. YeaMf and pills; a positive cure for External. Internal. sot Mind or Bleeding;, Itching, Chromic, Kccent or sjieakto tholady for annther half year. wns slumbering sterUsronalr; n little I'Mtase Piee to ill .b. nUr. in the Untied Piles. Tins remedy has neer been Hereditary When that time was up ho wonld bo free nearer another was noting over the Suu Csesss at 4 .MeiKo known to fail. $t per bo. 6 for $,, sent by mail to dash Ids head against a brick wall if avoning imper. Why suffer from this terrible discaie when a written guarantee it positls ely given with 6 boxes, to ho chose, but the chancea are that the "I think," aaid Lonl Gulsw, "tluit wo refund the money if not cured Send stamp for interval afforded him for sober reflection may proceed to lmsinia without fear of tTlio Vslsiinetsf Uie MagairHe bt);in wilh th free sample. Guarantee issued by A K. IVnny, NHmbers fer June uO December lei racb yrni. Druggist and sole (gent, Stanford, Ky. Call for would be ftufltdent. Why shouldn't we being hetnived." When n time is mtntieiiert, kuaMtiptions will besamples. four make a start here and now? We Atvtmlingly the four men drew their gin Ith tbe number currrlit at ihe time ol Accordingly the fimr mm rlrtw their order Hound Volume of BSAIUV"" seem to lie pretty well agreed, and we're chaim chsse togvtlifr antl enclt in turn MtRiC pJt chain clof-- twjitlur. SftCtf. lor three back, in clntu none of ns in lovo at present, are we?" solemnly ref veatitl the following formula: will bvseiit cjjr jcats post paid,neatrectlpt blnilujr, On a certain oveniiiy in the sprint; of ol j 04 on mail, per solumo Cloth cans fur binding, 50 cents "Not moro than usual," answered "I promise iqMMi my IhMror an a n certain year (it would hn possible to earh -- by mall, pit psld Moreton. sjieaking for himself. that if from thin tlayrortli I Kmttiii.cs shoultl l mule by bo more preci&e, but for various reasons should at anytime form the intention of Mnney Order or Draft to av Id t brn;c of lse "Not tho least bit in the world." Dr. E C. West's Nerve and itrain Treatment, n some, decree of vafjnenesi seems desiraNewspspetsaronet to asking u lady to liecoine my wife I will wiilioui th rtpicss order ceiiy this advertltnent. a specific for Hyitena, Dimness, Kits Neuralgia, Mr. Schneider complacently, ble) Lord Ouiso pivo it little dinner at orHatper ,V llrother. Headache, Nersous Prostration cauH'd by alcohol his Addrws. HAKI'KUA llHO'l IIKHS, Thorold. after a brief iauw. said: "I at once call a meeting or this wviety to clnb. lie was fond of giving mich or tobacco, Wakelulness, Mental Depression, SoftNw York. ladievf-- may awell the chorus. ening ot Drain, causing insanity, misery, decay, entertainmentot indeed, ho Iwlonged to Every- consider my intention, nnd make such death, Premature Old Ace. lUrrenncs, Loss of body knows that 1 wjw engaged to my inquiries as may lie thought ncccasniy. that particular club for no other reason oid?" Power in either sex, Impotency, Lucorthora and 1803. The eyes of his two fellow guostrf were cousin, Lady Bolvoir, n short time ago, I also pnunifc iion my honor as a all Female Weaknosse. involuntary Loe. Sner- - than that it w.n celebrated for tin exmatorrhira caused by of brain, Self cellence of the tluit in tho event of n majority faro which its mombors turned expectantly and with some mv- - and that 1 am not engaged to her now. aousc, A rrrontirs treatment crt amusement upon tho young jiohti- - As the affair wtvs brolren 01T bv mutual of the society detidlng against the lady ,t, six lor Js by mail. We guarantee six boxes to were enabled to et before strangors cure. Each order for six boxes with Js will send but, either because he did not think it cian, wlio.so engagement to a very well consent, it may bo assumed that tliero is in quest Ion I will alMtaiu for thesp.ico ILLUSTRATED. written guarantee to refund it not cured Guarof six 'dear ca'etidar niontlw from the antees issued only bv A. R. Penny, Druggist and worth vrhilo to trouble himself about known lady had recently been broken no longer any lovo lost between m." Harpei'a Wee'.ly is atkftowloleed as lUndiuc olo agent, Stanford, Ky "I'm glad i on mentioned that, Thor- date of sneh decision from holding any first aiflOAe llluiirsttsl weekly pertedlrala lis congrnity, orbecjmse he was persuaded off, and who wns supposed to be not a Ainrrtcn. ltocuina nluf Lciru ihn nf lha Hint inconfnnity i nmro amtnins. ho little soiv nimut the aiTair. Ho shrugged old." observed Lord Guiee. lonuing liack vuiiimiiiiicariou Willi ner, Wlietlier tl humtHt Jsily and that of the less timely in his cltalr and blowi'ig a cloud of Two Unusually Good Offers. or written, direct or indirect." never chose Ins (guests with any regard his shoulders and replied: moiilhly iHg..s. trrluiles bvth llleratnr ' "Oh. oerkiinly; I'll admit that much. smoke toward the "Tliat about naishtts me," olssfrvetl and news, and pirsmts nlth iiaI ttirceand felicto tlie question of whether they were . i didn't REAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS. ity th real cotHtt of turrvut history and tbe tin Eustaxe 3Jorht: "I may now look likely to suit each other or not. Assur- Hut after nil. the question is only one of like to cite ytmr ease ..amt your SKinailtr lht.ir ( Ikiiob. On aecunt f Us to a age. Hitlutlo I very coMt4ri tbonr,h it's vet innch in iKitnt." l ihi World's of illuMratH'ii first The great Holiday Number (enlarged to edly ho must have been aware that tho detrxeejNwhat do wo know of woim-.- i ej6 pages of that brightest of quarterly .'publicalmvo always tltotight t'rnt. if tiie worst r'alr, it will be net only the best guide is tha even wh'n wo nro not in lovo with them? "I hare tmcbjei lion to your citing it; three whom he had invited on the presgreat HaretlltoH, bat sIsa lis best tions, Ev. ent occasion could have little in com- The best plan ia to give them u wuio but is it in tioiiit.'' canio to the wwst. I might fall beek ery pvMtcmrtitnfiinieral Intcrrtt ianair fHr will U "TALES FROM TOWN TOPICS," upon the ciutotnary elderly Ireirees: but illtMtratitl in Its wKes. lis rmnribuihHis bflair "Well im't it? A more fortunate mon, nnlos it might ba tin appreciation berth." froaa ihe lxl wrilrts anil artwl. is ibis nmulry, Out December tst, all news and book stands and of good cooking and good wine. "Only that's impossible," olserved cnjie I never heartl of. Heaven now that bright visJuu niu-- t lie it svtllcwatinHnta esr4 In Mtrratue. new ami railway trains, price 50 cents, will be sent llltisottms, all ull.tr pabliciUoM.ur lis ilse. Lonl Guise. "Shall wo go upfairs tin I tlmt I shouhl call Sybil Relvoir a suitNo heiiTsa, however elderlv. First there was his old friend and able wife for any man. but of all mn in oould le exiretd to rtand t.stal de FIR .SIB former schoolfellow, Percy Thorold, a Einuku now?" HAItl'KRS I'KKIODICALS. 1 o all who send Si fur three months' trial subscripTor six luoulhs at a stretch." The fliibject was drojipetl for the mo- me wnnti i can t imagine one leas handsome, square faced, dark haired d tion to "My dear f.lli.r." said Ionl GuU. to l her hashHiitl than you." and rather serious looking man of a lit- ment, but wns resumed later on ii the rf1Vr' Topic's. "Oh, very likely." returned Thoroll, "why shonl 1 y.in t ike it for granted UMiMr'aMafsasiie ii e. The largest, racist, strongest, most varied and tle over 30, who had entered parliament Finokiug room by Enstnro Moroton, who Harpers Wfrtily . ... 4 'S tht.t the entertaining weekly journal in the world. with n toech of itnnutienca. "I .l....-would decide against Uarper'a llarar. at an early nge, had soon won distinc- proiesMSfeniimentsor ue most .. 4 Second To all who will, send 5$ will be sent tion ns a debater, and wa3 now a junior cynicism witli regard to the oppo-it- e seo liow that makes mine aieo in jMiint. the ehierlyheiiess? For my part, if I rceate.... .... ...... Town Topics and "Tales from Town Topics" from pex. Hiscai-eer- , though brief, had Wn though. We found out our uuenitabdity believed lier to ben ;iih!e, well I'otte Krre to all sasstrribes IB Ur; United Then there ws date until January 1, 1B04 coonng N01 of the lord of the treasury. Inimitable quarterly (regular pricu $a 50; and 14 that very good looking and, as moit ieo- - eventful in an amatory nense, and in t!i pero, I ahonhl give iny vote in States, (.amsda aosl Mrxku. for onrwlves; we Tetyn't indebted to months of the greatest ol family weeklies, regular ple wore inclined to think, hoiwlody matter of constancy he had not appear-- 1 you or any oUier friend for the dtucov-ory- her favor. Our hjft is to invunote piico$4 per year. one another's hamuness. and noboily wo The lTTaUe one cr the other offer at once, and re good for nothing young fellow, Eustace to shine conspicnonsly, but lie now as bsnjm wllh thv Srst vpn,aa(e(th Ws-kmit in postal notes, orders or New York, txchan, knows you can doubt that you would l u( lansvwy sfwui atr Wln ust-Lord Onise smiled very slightly. Moreton. Moroton hud been in the sured his hereni that in no single int TOWN TOPICS. "You hnvo oecapetl,"" lie said; "but hapisler with au elderly woman thiu ItneaUoNetl ent uiriptHo will brtln with tbe Guards for a time; but had fuaigned his stance had ho 1K.111 tlio rat to cool off. d Street, New York 31 West 71 niiMlMr rstn at tbe tinw ol tteripial ardst. belief," snid lt9 Poletnnly, is yon have liad an unoomtnottly imrnnr witli a young one. Seiisable eltWIf commission, averring that he could not IIsimI V af lar)era Wesity lor three Hint women never caro for n fellow for shave. AVluU I meant was that if you had women make alrownnces which yn.are years bsrk In arat k.4li titHdlri;, IH be tent by stand the e.vpene. may I sS- or bv lie af simsm belonged to our rotectiou society ytut pretty sure U Whether he or his father found it a his own sake. Their ono object is to t ;trovMl tha hdKbt dera eteita. rrft oiCctd l per fur ly per voluaie. him into marrying them, and the would never have lceu aUowrd to rmi Tlwrolil nm to less expenivo plan that he should reside his host (rood U reach vohimi, sultahlt for ttltxl CMb ea in London without airy profession at all moment tliey find out that lie ini't qiitc Mich a riak. Now. would either of rou night. In doing r he thought it neces- lot i ke Mm by mmII, Kst paild.fMs ircelpt af fellows ,f oourse, Hiis ia ti confidotiti.tl sary to mention tlmt it was from a pure- Si ak. niny be open to doubt; but at all events prtqwrnl to gu such frightful length Ktaiitlaiares be mas' by & sr w B a itsi U Jk"Mi,jLrffrTrMmiTiriMgwnrfi he had no means of earning his living, they chuck him aside like an old gloe," cuiiverwitkHi, and wluit we say Ixitween ly mwlfish motive that he had joined Matvay Order or sbuvU to ,l.l (hudinl Draft NVwatMper arxiMlt toropy this advcttlstmrnt This opinion of the utter uuretiou-nblene- s oursetvm will go no fnrthrr would tlieiwwlyriauuluUst society. He him nor prospect of any, nor desire for any. wilhawt tknc.iprMtsr allleiswr a llribcik. of women received Couftnunnon either of you have jMnniftd Tliort.M self, lie tiecktreil, was a He was clean shaven, in obedience to vuux Addre JIAKI'KK IIUOTMltKS. man, and prtpoed to remain m." If, the lattt edict of fashion; he had curly from Mr. Schneider, who nodded his to marry Larty Belvolr?" S New York. however, he could be instrumental by head, and remarked aptitentirMisly, "I'm "Ilntiier not!" excluimetl Moroton. i.ur nair which grew tow (town upon ins voice or vote in tpiite with yon there. Morton!" Mr. Mr. Schneider broad 1893. gOggg HOTHjHa jggT PILES, pressedforehead: his sleepy blue eyas ex-a Schneider wtis one of thoso chwiuiug more prolix; lmt wtts lees emphatic and the coomiisHion retraining otliers frout of an art of fully he languid contentment with tho iirhot of Ids but too run jxHiplo who newr contrawas that if he had'been given should, of course, be very l. A SURE and CERTAIN CURE world which had treated him, upon tho dict. "I wonder." choikkil Mr. Schue'der. whole, quite its well as he could expect. nny power in the mntter he really known for 10 years as tho BEST ILLUSTRATED. "Let us endeavor to Socially he was much in request, for he just even to would not Inve been abloto recontale it after he l.r.tl gone, "wnicb of n will 1m REMEDY FOR PILES. rrrrai.niciuni)WJS.TAioitMEn. co., bt.locis. was ii g.od daucer, did not object to women, who are so neldom just to us," with his conscience to snnelhm atirh a the first to till a mechnj?.-- I sbouldu't liarpsr'. Ilimr Is a Mrrul fur law home. It anrpriiei if it were Tliorold. in p!fi alvos the faltottaod Ulesi iHflmtltti alat London balls, and knew how to make Kiitl Lonl Guise. "It is only just to union. Pars designs its m "You ee,"aid Lord"Guls, turning of what he wtya, and I nhouhln't le mm n sjhI puttrrn eunsersMis lllosirslMins, indispensable hiinelf agreeable. Finally, there wa-- . them to say that in aome respects they sunpleninnis are altbe tot tha home dram maker ami the profession, g little Mr. .Schneider, of whom not much are not half Mich foolj mm we hw, ami it. to Tliorold. "that you would nw been surfiriseil if be wcpi to m at modiste No r,pcn is spare! to make Its ara Msud time to Lail Belvoir.' was known by his host or by anybody would 1k unjust to bliimo them, situated in safe ItniwU For my own isirt, I tistic altractivennss of the highest el.-"Tliat only hors, my dear Hchuchler.'' brtvht sterl. amtrnnc coiidis sihI order Its thoughtful except that he had a great deal of as they are, for wanting to get married. haw known Syl41 Bolvoir pretty nearlv sssss all tattsaaml lis last paxc is fmnou WP j money, that he was to be seen remarked Ionl Gui, "tlwt. notwith- tsavss-atlfdriving Of course they want to get married. nil her life" uf wtt and humor In Its weekly is- standing your natural acntenews vi u Mabudttct sapa rvcrsjioinK is larn.ucj wnie n is ol Inleiest lo "So have I," interrupted Tliorold. m the parK ami elsewlieiv, and of coureMnoy do their lient to hook m that his lato father had been a VNrtssan. The serials f.ir lt.jj will L written by us. But why are we always in such a as an find "h.vaotly: you Imvo known her with- haven't qnit taken Thoroki's meaii German d Kdna Lyatl Waller Ikmanl C'hrittlno Ter . remedy nro wonderful In tlirlreilects . j i.....,.. i il,m tlMr i" " to hurry to swallow the hook? That' what out knowing her. Kvcryliody in Lo- He lies had a torougii ricui'ii- -r of wom- rma Hermk will furnish a pra inal sem anxious tin freeing tho nystom or biliousness "Al tha TUIel." Grace Kuia;. Olive 'Ihornf en of the wrid: the ncx, person with I want to know' gain a hriu foothold in society. ndoneven our friend Schneider, wlio. I and malaria. Noouo llring lu ft'stiutiit honi lie will full in lore will be a ptoa MilUr an Candare Hheeltr willhe the Columbian "Some of us- don't," observed Thorold. believe, line never exchanged a word Of the four Lord Muiu himself was Ihesvurki.l wamoufn should lie TTlthont tliem. Tlieir use little girl who got to rhureh on week ItspesilitMi will L fully repieteMrd bv many "H'm! Some of ub have the good ltu-Ihh-i- i t the eldest and 13' far tho least smart in with her to have loiter acprevent attacks of chills nud ferer, T. W i appearance, ms nair, whlcli lie wore to Is thrown back into the wat.ir m. quainted with her than you were. For days and uuihes rUMlorjanttentM for tre Mm,1' will plane at lliscinson, in "Women tnd blllotm colic, and dumb ultlratad the nystotn strength to resist ull tho Ix)r." longer than is the custom in the--e cause we were too easily caught." rather that matter, her history srnitks for itnelf. crilsofuu unlealtliy and impure at- tsAUI'KlfS I'KKIODICALS Thorold ojened his lips to reply, but. She was hardly out of the schoolroom ami Meat. ion walked a, s a days, was not very caiefnlly brushed; .r. mospliere. Klegnntly Price, 35c Office, 30 1"ark Ware, N. Y. he had a short, reddish beard; his clothes thinking better of it, twirled his mus- whril sho insist h1, against the wish of Tit Veir "N Inly Beh-oi- r nadir nil her own people, umjii marrying fitted him loosely; his featured were tache and held his twace, bad a.s she Ilarprr Maesaine .. . . "What we require," Lord Guiso went large and irregular. Altogether he was a who is dead now. so wo'l' say no is made out?" asketl the former of the Harper's Werlly . lie I ul Harper Ilaiar ...m, s ItttttT wiUi suiue curiosity. commonplace looking itcrson, nlthough, on, "is a Bachelors' Mutual Aid and more alsiut him, except that lie drauk Ilarnet's Y'lanK l'tle..... .. a 00 "WorH." nnswered Moroton laconas he was tho eldest son of a duke, many Protection society. As I said before it's hinwlf to death. Asyouaroaware.lt 1'Astacc I'rec to all subucilbcis in tho United htatis), (Zatisdi and Meslc. wople had been able to discover in him absurd to blame the women, who only wasn't exactly a happy marriage. Since ically. "I tmly lmow lier shghtiy bnt an air of distinction. He passed for be-- j follow their natural predatory instincts. she liecame a widow she 1ms llirlisl to lue heard quite cno.isrti abml Iter. I 'lie VoliiRicof th lUrlr bejtin with tbe first iug eccentric; but this, rerhaps, tmly The best of them do it, but goodneef put it mildly with every man. eligible can forgive a woman for trailer wnki"t." Number for Unuarv of each jp.r Whan no time e rrrwr. syxX ssssj is mentioned subirHntmni wilt !iin will. meiut that his manners were not as Knows mere are plenty ot D;ul ones or ineligible, whom she thought it might lu uddeil; "a4t being over and .1ks' Number curunl at tbe tune of iceeipt of order. good in.. sell. out able to syurnti.ix-wit- h imwiki pod as they might have been, and that about; and how is n poor innocent male amuse her to tnitnaro; she has" muinm i uarper s llaasr for thrca ,lnlh blnilinj will )wrs the failings of o'h-- i. But ;i !. insitl. bark, in nmt or by cspre. free be sent by Hern Thorold interrupted tlw ajteaker cieat lire to eoio with them? Given a le was still unmarried. Maatai,M Id, of rxpensv MILL6 lmitgrsl ,f I cn toi!4ie a v.'oai.t.i truj provnled ihp lixfuht d.vs w.t fAILti That Lord Guito remained u bachelor, certain amount of good looks, they must for the second time. til pel fer if per tolHitte " notwithstanding the many setluctive and bo clumsy indeed if they can't make us "I don't think we .need go into all has no h Clith C'wci for M4th vol.ime. stiltsblc far bind vmr IrsUKcftf jiisl'sxBsW.FrTlsaskS'vyiI IMaiWEiE lirr. W more or les direct invitations which lie lose our heads after which wo are done that," he said. inc. will hv nt by Mill, t.it paid, mi receipt of W f had received to change his condition, for. Not a season panies without mj "Very well; wo won't. I merely wishUrmllljuiil I.ohIiI hi ntada by I'ftllwjtTiCe tn. Money Ordif or Draft to asold chance ol J4. 'WW'l.'.M1i was due not in the least to eccentricity, hearing of half a tlosfrm capluies which ed to iMiint out to you Hint a woman who &-- ; Newssapvrs ate i.'l t.i copy this adternxmtnt has made herself so unpleasantly notoribut to his profound conviction that when are simply heartrending." without the es press order of II s.rpi-- ft llrothers yourself have escaped so far, ous can still manage to deceive ovou a Twenty milesthe Shortest to man binds himself for life to any womddresHAKTIKN ftKOIIIEKS. New ork an the chances are at least ten to one that however," j marked Thorold. clever fellow like you." "Only Ihhuu-i- ! I am blessed with an Moreton said very gravely that Iady Bargain in"LincolnIOounty Farm that man will soouer or later rue uiMtct of BOBTn qtsiTITT. BkST M OClUTT. irreparable folly. He was foudof saying exceptionally phlegmatic temperament. Bolvoir was a downright bad" lot, "about If sold before the istof Jsnuaty Acres, n h Chicago, Michigan Prints, St Louis, If I had yielded to iirst impulses I should as bail as they make them," and for u priMlurtise and well located Applr t.s tins, and he was saying it now to his Cleveland. Kuffalo. Dotroit, W K VAKNO.V Maiifoid Ky 7i Indianapolis and the West, three guestij, who listened to him with a have been a miserable slave at this hour. moment it looked as if .Mr. Schneider Ne ft Engl and, Canada, You're a rioh man; so you ought to know wasa'oout to express verbal concurrence. good deal of interest and attention. "Marriage as an institution i a neces- something of tho temptations which we But Mr. Schneider, uion reflection, conDR s W. B. tented himself with wageiug his head. Plnlad dpha, sity, of con iW he observed, in his slow, have to contend against." Washington, Haltimore, Quickesttime toliarrodburg, Frankfort Ivy "Without being a rich man." chimed Lady Bel voir, bail though she might lie, slightly drawling accents; "nobody Shorlrstgind Kichmcmd, VIRGINIA would think of disputing that. What I in Moreton, "I may sny that I know was after all a leader of society, and one QuiiAcst line to protest against is the English system of something or ihem. Nobody is inoie de- should not HjMak evil of magnates; that UiTice South side .Main street, in othce recently arranging marriages. What the deuce voted to women than I am or more until one ha lost all hope of being vt:trd bv Dr. L V I! uffiiun, Stanford, Ky. mis iove in say 10 tne question? Js any, convinced that they are one and all invited to their houses. SOLID Vl.STIItl KD TRAINS thro- with man siuli a coiisuinuiHteas.s as to believe , humbugs." every man," Lonl Guise "It Chatun.-ogaBirmingham, Merid out change via Stockholders' Meeting-- . Mr. Schneider gave It to be understood pretH'ntly, "who can exiiect Ui ian making Direct connections en route lor rvuox. that he will 1k in love with the same 'no points IU tne ville, Asheville, woman all hi life long:?" that his own experience had led him to a have fhorold's ltn k. Yesterday it was A meeting of tha stockholder of the irst N - Has led all Worm Romoclios. EVERY BOHLE GUARANTEED. his turn; 'I can imagine a man being ass enough similar lnelaiichuljsvconolusiou. my poor Schneider, I1011.il Itank will bet hetd at their liankilij; home in Jnuri for that," Thoiold wild, with a slight "But how." asked Thorold, "do you it may be jours. With your great per- m Stanford on thx scihI luesday dirocters fir. HOM) 1 VI KYWIIfclU-:for the ptirpo! of electlnir 11 iSi t, Trtrtnihj Ol,, ST loriH. projiose to remedy this state sonal and er financial aOvailtages you Ihe ensuing) oar JOHN MiKolll UTS, At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmine smile. t ashler ton, Charleston, Augusta, Maiun, Savannah occupy a erilou.s position and ought to "Well, on second thoughts, so can I. of things?" j Urunswick, Lake Ctty,Tboiuasilie and FLOKI "As 1 teliyon," answered Lord Guise: be cry careful. As for Moroton, he is In point of fatt that is just what one DA points. The only line running solid Vestibu)d trans ith does imagine each time that one falls "by the establishment of a mutual pro- existed to dangers of a somewhat differScientific American Pullman Boudoir or Palace Sleeping- Cars to St in love. 1 put it wrongly; what I ought tection society. A man from the mo- ent kind, but not tho less real on that Agertoy for Augustine without change lor any class of pas. to have said was that no man can bo ment that he falls in love lvecomes non arcount. I myself am not, iierhaps, very servers or bsggage. Of.all Vlnd. Selma nd Montgomery, Ilunt.ville, Decatur such an ass as to believe in the jierpet-u- compos mentis. His friends ought tc likely to fall a irtim at tliistinieof day; Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. take charge of him for his own good; still, one should never be too arrogant. Made and Set Up in All Parts of' duration of another man's love." to Anniston, Selma, MoSbortmt and quickest M I H IB Bal bile. Pncct connections made at NKW OR the Country. "Or of a woman's; love," added More-to- n but of course they can't do that unless Let ns, theiefore, while we ate still in LEANS without omnibus transfer for Galveston No Agents employed sighing, and gazing sentimentally he h:ut given them the necessary author- full possession of our seiites, agree to Houston, Austiu, ity while still in jiossossion of his senses. form square, as it were, and to stand into his empty champagne glass. wnsan s W. ADAMS & SON, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Lord Guise made a sign to the waiter, One has often heard of unfortunate fel- shoulder to shoulder and back to back No. 41 llroadway, Lexington, Ky DCSION PATINTal lows with a constitutional disposition against tho common foe." The enly through line to Jackson and Vicktburg, and resumed hi homily. COPYRIGHTS, tC. WTT Miss., Shreveport La., making direct connectioai "The reason why so uutnv married lor drink, who, when they felt the fit Little Mr. Sohncijler looked much F1f .,,tfnJD1",lon "t f"1" Hondbook write to without omuihus transfer for Dallas Fort Worth. Ml N.N A Co.. mi mi a t wt. New Yortir. leoplo hate each other is that they have eoming on, have gone of their own free Ho was pleased that his social Austin, San Antonia, El Paso and points in Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. Kvrry patsiiit started with an absurd promise to per- - will and had themselves shut up in in- advantages should be lvcognized, and DISSOLUTION NOTICE. tbu public by atakenlooout by im la of chaxpe hefuru bmusht TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. not glveu free lu tba s form impossibilities. One should begin Mitntions where liquor couldn't Ihj still more pleased that he should be inFor through ratet. cortect county maps and In one intuits to go on, and if they weio tained. vited to take any sort of engagement information call on Agent at Junction City, Ky to set llavint dissolved Well, I should Mijrgu&t tho npplica- - upon him in such good company. He at siruus ol settling our partnership, we ure veryde out with a good, quiet feeling of J S. LLIT1I. old business, and all customor iddcess ijircest Trav. Pais. Avft , Jmieiiin City.Ky mutual regard it is probable enough that lion of that principle to matrimony, once sigti'fied his willingness to do as he ers indebted to II. K. .V W II. Wearen will find world. elrrulatlnn of any arlentlfln papor In tha Siplendldly Illustrated. D. G. EDWARDS. No D. MILLER, accounts with W. II. Wearen & they would manage to pull through with-- 1 "Whun a man finds that he is upon the was requested, and Eustace Moreton fol- their place of btisineis. Pieaso call and Co., atjthr roan ahoiild be without It. Weeklv. lntellleuts G. P T. A., AU.OII same Trattic Maiier , settle year six months. Addrttia MUNN CO, Ciocicnaii. out much discomfort. I don't eay that niik of making a fool of himself luW lowed suit, with the remark that ho was II. K. &W. H WKARKN. 71 1'L'ULieuKits.aut llroadway, New York. I Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal itt.mri,.t f,n,VN.,.m MM IWlItOT bus. Manager REWARD. 9J-i- 3tn IP CURE kes matrimony nnder "any oirinmstnncca would 1)0 enjoyable, but it might bo luaue endurable. Li I Ho M,r. Schneider, who lind a round rosy face ami projecting eyes, nodded approvingly and rapo d tho table. "Just so!"lieoxclainn!d; "I thoroughly ; agree with you." "I thought you would," observed U t.1 Guise dryly; "you generally do, ou know. But wluit about you, Thorold? Do you agree with mer" In truth his harangue, though general in its scope, httd been to apply specially to an itulh il- ual cam; ami this intention wns no secret to 3Ir. Thorold, who answered: "Oh, I dare say you are right. I shouldn't math care to upon the French plan; but very likeh it works better thiui oursin the mnjoiity of instance. However, it doevm't irr .'t ly signify whether yon are right or wrong, becavtfo yon will hatdly lmn alwut a revolution in the imtioi.nl ideas." "I don't know that," said Lord Gue. "Kvery movoiueitt must 1hj stnrtel by Rnnebrsly. and humble as I am I may bo the tilt to set the lwll rolling in the light direction. Not that I should ad vocate the adoption of the French BytMii is without receive; tho mothor-in-latoo iromineiit a iiersotiHgo in French households for my taste. All I wmt men to bee is that having fallen in love with a woman in't a good reason for marrying her quite the contrary. It is obvious that tho very worst judge of a woman is a man who is in lovo with Perhaps you'll admit that much, Tigrosteu-Mbly Per-Foimlm.-inw h-- ' " h'm go to his friends mifl wy: T. .. if you follows don't hold w '; shall propose in a day or two to ML A or Lady B. In my opinion she 1 an angel; but I nm aware that in my pre. cut condition my opinion isn't woithu straw. Xow you must do the boat you can for mo.' I'm qnito seriotis.'Siddod Lonl Guise, observing a broad smile upon the fncos of his audience. "And what wonld ,3011 do with the poor lovor When he threw hlimalf upon your protection in that patlK'tic way?" asked Thorold. Would you lock him hare, 1 I- - Harjper's Magazine. t r Mt-the- 1 smSriK-eitriicl- -at e. so-cie- ty Jie Vim-lu- g t . g.n-tlema- u I'osl-ofli- gen-Hein- over-exi-rti- Harper's Weekly. pr 97-i- vr Ver-la- fnr-wa- nl loiw-lrol- d -- nt-e- 'ro"wr RtitH-iou- s r su-ret- y lUtp.-r'siVoua- n r, con-dttete- d h " 11 fkt lr "-- rBle., ), p--m. tSist-oA- aMMTUCMTjJ mm l afSL&i 1 h. mm-iua- ri : gL-u- Harper's Bazar. ht 1 nnTnnnn9 Cj a ITm liver Fills nutl-TiIIloantl-mnlnrl- al io d 1 fb-iciwaH- iI ii:nt-tuh- t' pro-Isiu- e, iour-in-iMii- u ,., entt-tUs- d Malarial Rerrious , ug-tieatigar-coatcd.w I - v y glvi-aq- P n a tog.-thr- . mjsm M wmmm v'3'a7W-.7ssliZTlSs'itK-iSSt.'- B1-vo- ir .. .. ! I ! HrS,sWl IIO: 0 I 1 1 sol-uin- e) wwAwsmm r cri "n t it W - New Vork, Hoston, PENNY WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS . KHIIlKlltil-TITLOItllFli. Dentist. KEW BIL1EAMS. , is-- , I VERMIFUGE I iUAHJlDlLlAS, - f v. MONUMENTS al I m BaaaaaaaB mW73 . a HaaaW io-6- flat-teie- d. 11 ob-a- f cicumw Smcncau i J' 1 i . s. k ZjmUISigffimmmffr'y''''''fW"msw'l"m" "Lr-SZT- T1 A' F r B: I rc "That gal coot mo $20, fut and last, and By Our Danville Scribe. infant tho other day and wasn t ImI haven't got nearer than ten feet to her Aro Idona Damo Fashion pressed at all favorably "She's so thin," lu Juue, 1801, NaUinnlul Hawthorne since last Aprile. I b'llove Andy Har- ThosoA.dvanoos for Docombor. ho said, "and 'fraid to look a feller In J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. widower. After nn lan must bo 'sponsible fur it 1" Gregory became tho face and squcaly; fat babies arc avorBgo season of Rriof ho beRan to ro nicer." 1892. otlon In Iltoue A Koretatr) ol Botno GARRARD COUNTY. LANCASTER, Ho (reeled oll Hut of Mrs. Cleveland's blouso the intotho world tho !lorlr or tho I'tttrlnrch' Hall"It Full corpi cfContervatory and No'mil School teacher. Superior counes in Literature, Muic and Bmall loy altogether approved sadly, nd acquaintances pleasantly, if Homo or tho I)rrae In TrrpnniOne of tho troubles incident to our was all pink," he said, "and had lots o' Art. Ktcellent hoarding department Catalogue and circular fumlthed on application. tlon Street ami Arternooii flown. was fondof (joluK'to the Green Street form of government is tho tcudency of coffco colored lace round the neck nnd llnntlm nlnirch to hour tho brethren those who aro chosen to office to forget moro lace coming down over the ICOPTIIIOUT. I8W.1 preach nnd slnR. Ky ami by, Nathaniel that they ara ttio servants, and not tho pcoplo who write about hands." Whoti wo noticed tho frequency with which KUly masters of tho people. Tho wise maxim fashion inalto any unusual ciTort to bt Tho Patriarchs' ball take3 place Mon Kitty that tho ofllco ought to seek tho man nracticul wo commonly succeed in leav day night, and the full corps do ballot Irvine chanced to sit near him. their had a complexion mitrivnlinK that of n aud not tho man the oflico has been un- ing out just tho one point on which you of debutantes will bo out with thing Probably the prettiest Raddle. Hor oyo was as black us u heeded so long in tin) choie of ollluials wish to be informed; and so I hesltati rowns. new economics, ancnl that I have succeeded in getting sight about sloe and her voice as full of melody that patience has turned to disgust ami liodiccslaunching into widowed hkirtt ofisasllverv white silk skirt with a iws?M nnd blouses for that of a lark at dawn. When she join tho better element of society litis been lcrcft of their mated waists, and yet liocHen of exnuisitelv Dne point do hi Htnislnij inclined to withdraw from an active parod tho rest of tho conuretjatlon paw a tartan silk blouse tho other morn Venice lace laid In a succession of Vs in la Heceiving- His "Nearer my God to Tl.ee, nearer to ticipation lit tho political movements of ing that would work in handily in ul front and festooned about the low neck opening with a filmy lace flounce, thought, aftea time, thai thu day. The result is sen in tho to Ire most any young woman's wardrobe. Thee," Nat feather broad alio innrinKed to punch him with her el- tion ol men who thrust themselves upon It was at an early committee meeting depending from a bosom ostricliupon tho and early you do have to begin ir band. Over the how bow rather too often to bo accidental the people, ami who, after their oh cllon, nil your philanthropic! shoulders are silvery ribbon rosettes Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give mc call. when alio came to the word "thee." Af- do very much hi they please, neglect order to sandwich your cducatiormliUos in and th with lung loops and jeweled llowera to hail been carried on for a their duties and defy public soultmont, nnd ter thin racket young woman who wore it was (Inrk.uliti hold them. The bodico was sleeveless considerable length of time, Undo Na aa though they were a law unto them and curly haired. Her colors, naturally and tho skirt edged simply with a white thaniel benan to Klanoe aliyly at his selves. The iireseut Legislature, imitat were deep crimson, green, blaclt and i velvet roll Tho mate to this gown to be worn temptrtwj and encountered looks of ing tho convention that framed thu new by tho sister of the young woman who How by on rwsy which aa time constitution, has consumed twice us ordered it from her own design is a he thought developed into some-thin- g much time as wns ueceosary to disuhargo pale watery green silk Kinpiro frock, (Late Alexander's Motel.) kinder. After a few awl'waid at- tueir duties, ami yet stem to bo groping dimpling like tho sea under sunshine, tempts at convent ition, the outworks of their way in darkneis, without any prosand sv.'ceping away in a train which ontfo would not have been thought reserve crumbled, and elderly Uuolo Nat pct of a speedy clmugo for thu bettor. Rates 52.50 Per Day. suitable for a girl in her first season. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the aud the kittcniah Kitty became familiar Tiieso men each took tin oath that ho " From under each arm starts a bnnd'of aud intlmutu friends. During ail thbt would "faithfully execute to the best of pearl embroidered silk, tho two strips time Nat noticed that ho very seldom his ability tho ollluo of representvtivo lu crossing upon tho bosom and ending : W. R. LOGAN, A. W.Jones, J. J. Sullivan, enw Kitty but hot Bhe wm ncoomp according to law." One each in a jeweled knot at Its destina1 sf Ac Manager. J. J. Marshall, clerks. nied by n dashing young follow named of til j duties he swore to perform was to opposite shoulder. Tho tion upon the Andy Harlan. Yet Aidy .vaa r.nt an ho in hts phiio at all times to vote upon triangles cut by tho bands are flllad In with puffs of Italian lace, and n very accommodating or Hellish. Ho would measures that were presented from time J. N. MEKEFEK full frill of tho same cobwebby stuff A. C.SljN'E way, so as to "give tho old to time, and yet the duly record kept get out of tho mw tti ;.'fAfK outlines the low pointed bodice neck man .' and Kiltv. too. "n chance." Ami ami puulisheilby tho Louisville Times, and stands up in fans againBt tho short rJM r fjZl off i HI if ho cimo back it was only aftor enough allowed an average u mo nee of from 10 to Tho end anil aim acpuiTed sleeves. ll 4 W A time had passed for them to av to each 'JO or :W members. This lias resulted in complished is a quaint little empire i zouave as fetching as you please. other everything they wished. When Hie parage of bills without a constituFor a young matron is a little white ho would come back during those tional majority, and thu work has to he TWO tlRlKMllKIt SOVKLTIfcS. chiffon frock, whose sleeves are puffed apparently dlaplenaod. ro enacted to malcu it legil uml it inKilty wai lino of gold, and her blouse wu long from shoulder to wrist; each puft She would by "Oh, Mr. Harlan" volve a protracted session, for which reaching the hlrls, belteti, ami bracelcted with a pearl emoroidered reproauhtully, and then shw would look tho people aro'to bo taxed. If the mom-her- frilled on the shoulder. The Trill en mi ribbon. A high belt of white satin at N. Ha wthoruo Gregory as Cleopatra of tho legislature had been drafted down in a point to the rotette on hci crosses tho waist in front and lace Office belt, and her sleeves were pafJed to cascades make a sort of fluffy boa and is aupposod to havo looked at Mark An and forced to act in their present capacithe ulbown. Iig pt, when shw ty, there might ho some excuse for on either sido.of tho loosely hangfall tony a Iouk lime ago in the The gow n slit wore it with was a fine ing draperies. wan beating him out of a half down exercise of a reasonable amount of black black cloth with a narrow little Moro novel if not more attractive is a kingdoms per day. lined will dainty white moussellne dress embroidin attempting to attend to their velvet ruche at the Uncle Nat ollercd Kitty trinkets of business at home while engaged in that tartan like the blouno. and flaring like ered with pale blue stars alxwt tho Jewelry and she accepted thorn, aud of miking laws for the government of nil the newest sldrtu, six or eight yanh hem. The corsage has long puckered .Dealers In. when iieraaw lierHtn "featibal," lean- the people. But (his is not so. i'roba round on the lloor. sleeves and an embroidered chemisette In such n costume a girl can't quiti of muslin. A deep corselet belt of palo ing on tho arm of Mr. Harlan, aud of- lily, wi'.houtasitiglooxception, theinem- l,n she can do ti fered to set tin the 'possum and sweet beis of the present Assembly sought tho dance, but all the other niee thing ol blue is fastened with a high silver jKirtlon of Ki-rpotatoes, ami to supplement them with positions thoy hold ami vowed at the top llfo that really tempt U the doiujf. A V. iii-- vi icecream, she left Mr. Harlan and wc of their lungs their intention to be faith girl cun danei' and is very wlw Ui tlanct ......... AU.. worn eeptud the tteat, Joining him pretty soon ful in the discharge of their dutio, if in such another IiIohmmis a young sho elected. It is not reasonable to presume an eoiixed into life for herself the othei after it was over, on the plea that fatnllla-curtlmoat goliotne, as her "ma" did not like thai they will enact a law to punish day when the purse of pater evi-refused to yield up a tu-for her to remain out ao late. themtfclktu for any dereliction if duty, Ing ffown A function was coming ofT Qucensware, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner Nat thought sometimes that he wis and as their constituents are powerless a toilet was an imperative neeessitj cotut-ship- , Sets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. makjnggood progress with hit to call them to an account, they can and so u wrnipof pale gray blue fdllc, ol and sometime) he thought he ws smile with complacency aud draw their delightfully soft, ri h quality, was laid not. Ho could not understand tho Har- per diem just the same as though they out ujnm the bol and looked at. MRS. A. W.JAMKS. w. II. WEAKEN. of and lan pari of the business, Sho would had earned it legitimately. It is to be thought about, dreamed turnings,iiiayeu twist over until, by ilint of look at him (Nat) as though sho thought hoped that the people, irrespective of Ings antl contriving, inches enougi-werTi him sweeter than a jug of molasses, but patty, will arouse to the importance of divovered in It and the odd corthen it was "Mr. Harlan, Mr. Harlan, selecting m the future, not thoso who ners of it for the putting together of q Mr. Harlan'" Finally, in March, of tho rush to the front and claim their suilrag Russian sort of blouse bodice, gathered Our new line of-rem Tin: p.vniiAncH.s' ham present year, she agreed to go to meet cs simply because of their desire for no- under a blue velvet belt and laid nwaj with a lug at Huslonvlllo in a bucgv all alone toriety, and who aro utterly disqualified in soft folds from the throat buckle through which the sash passes. frill narrowiiuf to the with Nat, tho everlasting Mr. Harlan to for thu positions they seek, but men who iWn. turnover of a cascade at the waist A pale blue ribbon is to be tied about merest thread cnrLs. bo loft behind. Sho kept her promiho are modest, capable ami worthy and will line. I'titTed sleeves were pieced to- the society bud's yellow To these might add for the greater for and off they started in a buggy, look to the welfare of tho State by strict gether out of scraps antl remainders state and splendor of greater years a required Nat to huge, and which tho attention lu their duties, so as to earn until they looked properly them near rich white satin dress embroidered with jtlid&rTJ U17 the blue riblnms that crossed pay 3 cash in advance. gold passementerie nnd arranged with and deserve tho welcome plaudit, "Well tho elbows were conveniently orna- pink velvet sleeves and u plaited collarday passed pleasantly, Kilty was done, thou good and faithful servant '' Tho Coal Hods, Vases, Pokers, Shovels,JKitchcn Sets, Zincs, Russia mental blinds for some of the seams. ette of gold embroidered tulle. very agreeable, nnd ns they rode homo Willi a huge bunch of winter roe I might add nlso a gown of gray IronPipe, ect. Uuclclln'a Arnica Salvo in the oven'tido Nat asked her to marry the makeshift bodice was lino enough ribbed velvet with bands of sable runThe btt Mire tor cuit, brunt him. Kit heard him through aud then 1Sici, ulcr, saltla the world lord, letter, chap to stand on its dignity conscious of ning round antl about the skirt, and rhrum, fever said she would "talk to Mr. Harlan DJ hinJi. chilblain, corni and all Vla crur- - .mrrit, and the "function" had no pret- with a broad sable stripe framingthe potliively cure pile, or no pay requir about It." Nat had long wished there d. It ii guaranteed to kiv perfect latitlactior, tier girl at it than the one who prom- white shoulders. Price 5 cent per bcx. enaded on tho arm of the handsomest wore no Mr. Harlan, and when Kitty or money retundetl Hut if I unt a word about walking For tale by A R. I'cnny, Slantoril, Ky. dresses now is the time to be saying it. said this, ho felt as though he could -:You may not call white cloth goo.l Now Try This massacre overybody of that name. Uut It )ou promenade material in muddy Decem and conclud- geod will lute anolliiDK and will turrly iloyou ho choked down his wrath cou(;h.colil or any trouble with if)ou ber, and the frock I am telling you New Dr IN ed to wait for what time would bring throat, cheit or lungs. Cough Kins' Cold i Discovguar unJ ery for ConwnnptKin, about was meant to appear outof doors. . forth. or money win ue paiu nact. to antfvd rend It was bordered with marten fur, and it They came home and parted at the Sultrrcrt from 1.3 Orippo found it jul the thing had a changeable velvet Ixwlice, round and . a delinlto ery u Mice aiu ue had a speedy and pertect recov door. Sho agreed to give him Try Mmplc lottle at our enpeiwe waisteil nnd fastened with three big ana thine it i TrtSho did so, learn for younell juM how answer tho next evuntmr. tique, buttons. Over this it had a maralwttlt fie' at A K 1'cauy' Urun More, and promised to umrrv him without ie jo cent anil i. ten collar fastened with jetted cords. mentioning Mr. Harlan's liame, coupMore bearable from many points of Bpoelrnon CaHoa. view is a Kussinn costume of dark ling tho promise however, with thepto . V . n troubled S II Chffor.l. New Caii-Igreen cloth trimmed u ith sealskin and Men's and Boys' xomach anil vUo that he should buy her articles of with Ntmralui hi In lUievmatUw. hU an ularm-1waaKcted 4irderl it away and he to lerrtMjr with cap ami muff matching. Tho skirt This ho did, waa degree, appetite fell drees, costing in all $10. it. hemmed up with a ilk ruche nnd the nnd sho told him to go for tho licomw reducwl in deth aud atrenf th. hrc bottle el Klecinc llitur ured him. jacket ihhUcc has green velvet Ldward Shepherd, llarntburg, lilinot, aula ami it was on the 12th day of April, 't2 with fur running rr on lu leg of eight )eir' Hand I ed three buttle, of Hlectric llitterti and County Clerk It. S. Nichols More novel is an empire dress of ma that IDC boc of llachlcu'i Araica Salve and hi For the next 30 clays those uods go at reduced prices for cash. rose cloth, with a frill of black rueheJ it. They were martind that night at the lea; fi ii Mtund and vrcll' John Speaker, Catawtju. (Mr. Harlan U., ha.1 ac large fever am on hi lee; Jetton satin alKHit the bottom. There is u deep home of tho bride's "ma" YV. K. One bottle ol Klectrtc aid he wainrurahl velvet belt and a being accidentally present at tin cere- ulr rhtieri and Ht box lluikten'. ArntcA Salve) bodice of green silk tucked under a A K I'ennr. drat; mony), and it was m the tiitdat of tho CHred him entirely Sold br t broad w hite silk chemisette to which is that, Kitty whispering in attached a high rolling white silkcollar. Oodlrod Information. Nat's ear, told him that ho must go to Scheduled to go w ith this toilet is a TIIK NnwiWTCAI'K. ileirp to imprm upon the mind o( lh pub. poke hat of green felt w ith u4feiwl by the his own home that night and that alio tic the tuperHinty of the WlcniH entral Line brtwtrM would oxplain next day why ho made Milwaukee Iand SI I'aul, MlnneaHli,Chicago and younjr man, she venrlnr a blue silk standing plumes. Duliith and On Hroadway yesterday I happened to ami lie all ixniil. lu llu Nuithw et. Two fmt tntinn ltvae skirt lo't from u previous sou-o- ii ho strange a request. Chiijuailr for St l'.iul. llinneapolu andKoom wearinif an see a dark red and black striped velvet smile. Drxwinj; wllbuli-I'atleut and obedient in all things, Nat with I'ullaian A blotiM t wear of an afternoon, or, gown. The combination is one high in Coaclio. of lule.l delt:n sought his lonely houBe, thinking his Sleeper and U uitaurpatied. It la the IU I)inin indeed, to go to the otliee in. if you are favor and in this instance worked most only route Car Serlce over bliss could be delayed but a few hours to the I'.nific t'oitami which lioth I'ullman are a tiKKlern and athaneetl yountr woman, successfully Two bands of plain blaok hrt-cl'ullnan lournt Can at most. Ho waited to bo sent for next uperntrd Irom Chicago WM. l'aul vfilliout chanRe. uml have an otliee to go to, is of dark velvet bordered the. skirt and the bodice can le 1.1 S Til AN WO t r NTs A WEI K l'ampliell clrlK valuable morning, but the huuuuous came not, oblalmnl frcii upon jpplicallon Infornmtlon nearest nil sill; or it might just as easily he of was of plain black velvet with black la your feathers. Cencral l'aocn. blue- - and is llttetl quite closely to the hat covered with black uml when towards night ho cr.llod at tho ticket ijeut, or to Ja C. I'ond, III and TicUt ARetit, Chicaso, Uut there ought to be swift and sure figure, exeept for n loose foldtir two in of his bride, ahu told him that ho homo A good newspaper is wanted in every home, and the fact that the front The blouse skirts are full and means of killing this idiocy of trailing getmust excuse her, as sho was busy Ki.i.kn OsnoitN' n foot and a half in lenpth. and the street gow ns. WEEKLY GAZETTE has been published every week for Hundred ting Mr. Harlan's supper Nat got umd blouse belt is a broad band of red aud A Terrible TliliiR. Years, and has been a lavorite paper in many thousands of homes, is ..mi . ...... iw.i'dii to hIiowl-i-- imprecations on pold iralon. There b. u iilon collar, antl Ilownow How's this? You're look- evidence enough that it is all that has ever been claimed for it the Wlionltaiiy tvanlek, HKatnliHrOMlrtB, Mr. Harlan's bend, when that worth the sleeves have pauntlets and above ing very gloomy paper published in the Central States. When tiho warn n Clilld. "I"' critnl fur Ckutrlrt. iheni'lonjr pulY-- . broken in halves by Btepped fimn an adjoining room and bullllaylor A very terrlldo thing lias best weekly t'lun ti Cntorii. Wlion slw Uvamo Jll, bauds. dozed Nut into leaving tho premises. happened to me. ear. ,77ie grice of $his gapsr is $1.00 a N An odd blouse, though I don't know-tha- t Ilownow I'm sorry to hear it What Nat wont back in a few days, thinking When slio had Clilldrvn, iho Erutliem CUstorta. I am prepared to go so far as to Is It? Kitty's peculiar conduct would cease, dual more. Send for Sample copy and sec for .say that it is an especially pretty one, Haylor I forgot to make any New It is worth a great but Bhe mot him at the door and told U a long eoat bodice coming almost to Year's resolutions. yourself. Courier. Hoston him ho must not eoruo in. as her "ma" the knees and with its full front drawn IIU I'aual Cuttoin. Mayayilld nays: Tin) over and fastened straight up and down A ilispntcli from INDUCEMENTS was sick and could not be disturbed. , ' Hloobtimper You aro going to swear $5,000 on one side. As I saw it worn by so inThus it has been from that April day drtiKnidta of tho Statu aro I suppose, Clews, the iff on New Year's da. up to tho present hour, "Mr. Harlan" to fibt the now liquor lieenno law, teresting n person as Klsie coming out r.AZK'n'K stands unrivaled as a n. hewsnancr. daughter, who is i.. i You would not continuing to "board" at the homo of which idiiiiros each of tliom to pay $50 banker's MoWatty Certainly HUilJAll. r..niui'iAt this season, it was of dark bluish ocean to ocean, iiie ircbuc!t(ruiiu uiuai I have obfor a State license to tiso the liinior in Kitty aud her "ma." Its popularity extends from gray corduroy velvet with a narrow have nav neglect a custom from all quarters of the Kitty tried for eomo time to smllo preBcriitioii8. Tho Fedoral government edge of black feather trimming up and served for twenty years, would you? reliable news is given every day in the year Trutlu a Ucpiibo of '5. down anil all around. Miss Clews wore sorao moro money out of Nat, but that ilao requires globe. llljlilr Irregular. a black ribliou belt, a gray cloth skirt gentleman has grown too old for any Address, Did you discover M D I'utter, a merchant of Gib. nnd putTetl gray sleeves with feather Secretary Nlbbes AionofMr COMMERCIAL GAZETTE CO., moru financial contributions. Last week raltar, N. C , win so ludly allllctt'd with rheuina-tlany irregularities in tho Red Tape for ajearor wore a to be unable to work or trmi.nlng about the long gauntlets. lawyer, and was told that he consulted a I'UllLISHKRS, I suppose gotoachool III lathrr concluded to try it isn't fair to mix IUby Bureau? l'ain Malm on the boy It soon cured Ut.th up with a description of Mrs. ho had better apply for a divorce, as Inspector Sharp Yes. Four of tho mile to ichool and CINCINNATI. O. aboit him hack he has mice walked t! cent bottle for i . ,i.ul s lihmst'i, but tho temptation employes were hard at worlf. N. Y. there was nothing buaiuess-likovery achool dar jo and U McKobeit, Urucsui, Stanford Ky. talebyW Is Mp .i .n' to quote the remarks of an Uerald. eucli a marriage aa his seems to be. AN O'ER TRUETAIE. Said NHt, during the conversation, TID3 ADVANCING SEASON.I Hr Stanford Female College Fall Session Tuesday, September 6th, nln. H.6.RUPLEY,-- 1 - FAIJLWIMTrIiJH (U(01D ayin-path- y pin-Io- THE WILLARD. Court-House,- - Louisville, Ky. UiUiU-gislatur- o c-S- yUh 1;3 I n. t i & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of Tlie and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. tete-atete- i, STANFORD LUMBER YARD, s he-lo- sel-fish- ne' FARRIS & HARDIN, TOW sat-pri"- 1 t, vt-n- HABDWA y u n STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, e w w CALL AND SEE -- 1 stable-keepe- r HEATING :rTnnrrw! M. V tlnal W H. WEAKEN & CO. - ct c Bargains, Bargains, - 1LADJ Ki 9 CLOAKS 9 PERKINS, Crab Orchard. 1 1 1 lspe!--edge- rose-colore- d full-gather- -- merry-makin- g rose-colore- d The Cincinnati -1 Dti-lut- h tl Weekly Gazette, U S1.00 A STEAK. -- ..... - .- ? rail-in- GREAT OFFERED AGENTS. j-- Mc-Watt- y? ,ujii.i."" THE nt Ch.im-lierlai- n' o . v!f - H) jtT?" ? TOTS FOR THE CELBREN; -:-PRESE- NTS FOR ilL. Uri ?- - Big Line Chrsitmas (roods at the Lo uisville Store 4 . 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 sl!bw you Comb Cases, Plush Albums, Work Boxes, Albums, Dolls, Guns, Rattles, Wagons, Baby Buggies, ', T Carts and Drums. In addition to our Toy Line, we have made Special holiday Prices ' JlfeaS-gSl- g in Clothing, 11, Shoe, Dress Goods & Notion Line. ; s worth 18; Good Overcoat 2.75, ov $5; Beaver Overcoat 1.50, worth' 7.25; .Tou can .buy a lino All "Wool Suit at S7 .50, worth $12; extra fine fancy Worsted piiilcVs Overcoat 1.25, worth 2.25; Knee Pants Suit 70c, worth 1.50; Knee Pants at 25c, worth 50e. Men's Boots at 1.25, worth 2.00; Men's full sloclc Boot S'2. worjjr 2.75; ' lnlant bhocs 2oe. worth oOo: blisses' Shoes 75c, worth 1.25. 'Grain Boot 52, worth 3.00; Ldics, Button Shoo 90c, worih 1.50; Ladies hid Button bhoo I.UU, worth i t !.,; All Wool Dress Goods at 25 cents, 35c, 40c and 50 cents a Yard. Ladies' and Gents' Underwear Positively at Lost. Ladies' Vests at 25c. kcu iMannni vests 75c. Alcns Undershirts 45c; Men s Red Flannel .wiui-r-v -- u. i.iu vjiuvw YSK to SCC our uiu uiuitu, cvuiy air Wtirnuucu. ' eieoraiCO rosier, 1 aui blurt 5OC. Tan $5; all wool Jersey Jacket $2.50. Remember We have only a few Jt'cks and Cloaks on hand. Black and 111 Fur-Trimme- .f5 V- - Mta. r- - - MlIT d fc Ladies' Long Woool Cloaks' Worth $7.00, $8.00 and $10.00 to Close Out at only $2. v '4 In fact everything in our immensi establishment LOUISVILLE STORE, - at prices lower than any other merchant in Stanford. A Few V A. HAYS, Manager. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTV. J h - bt r JH & 'f ' r c I"'. c r I f ' .'&$.'. HATCHER, Boot A i- - i At this writing circuit court id fltil draggingun, find though many causa nru still oa the dockut, but few have been tried. here and hero still. Wo are doiug nbso Toe rain, high water and other causes lutely nothing. Were it not for mobs unknown to the writer havo Interrupted and rumors of mobs this would bo a dull ita proceedings. But nnu .lias the best selected stock of. criminal chsh court. ! has been tried jet, lli.it of Joe (Jlisby. of niobcaino to see us Mvo Two cases are set far the two again Thursd ay night. It was reluctant Dj , ks, for killlnu Pfemmger and tbe no- V Judge I lost tho ,,, 7" ko Hayden for attempted rape. It is In "mated that there are new phases in tho UUUAD1IU w.iv. uivuu(.i; DlllUk Wenninger case which will bo noted and a speech that would One year ago, through the medium of this paper, we had the pleas- I should bare made wild, sleeping echoed reported if they develop into any thing have awakened the ure of wishing you a Merry Christmas, and we once again are able to of the Cumberland river dills, which worthy of mention. With all tho bad j full at weather, extend to you the compliments of the season. Last year we called at- have been asleep over since the wild tendance ihero has been a pretty during the week. Among tbe whoop of the rod raau died away. tention to our other distinguished persons from a disNuts, Raisins, Grapes and the like of any merchant in the county. Judge Boyd made a pretty sensible tance, we noticed your townsman, J. W. Call and sec him and you will be convinced that he is the I speech, but as a mob has no Alcorn, here for a couple of days. Conwould have pleased thtm much better n spicuous among the quests at tho than Boyd. Tho mob did not get the Hotel on Kridav. we noticed vour prisoner. He had been hid in the Cum. late correspondent from Hustonville, Dr. berland cliils and Bent to Stanford next J. T. Bohon, whose versatile pon used to dav. Several of the mob have been in enliven the readers of tho Intvkior dicted. I have sent word to the mob 1 Journal. And last, though far from bewould defend them next court. The ing least, wo met at the name hotel the mob and I aro good friends. I am not gifted CapU Samuel M. Boone, of Somen, afraid of a mob when they are not after set, after nearly 30 years of separation. me. will give yon Fifty-fou- r winters have frosted his (lowI made a speech here for an old negro ing locks, jot he is the name vivacious man tbe other day. He said it was "the spirit of tho long ago. He and Dr. Bohon best and most religionist speech" ho ever crossed blades in the public rcom and as Leave your order for Christmas Oysters, Celery, &c. And those of you who called and examined were good enough to heard. Wo hung the jury. That ?s bet- the ilahea of wit scintillated from tho ter than a hune client. I said, "God quivering steel, tho full House was much commend our taste and favor us by purchasing. We expect all to Almighty never wrote an illegible hand, edified. Capt. Boone is now playing the eall again this" year and we promise we will be able to show you whether He wrote on pure Caucassian role of a traveling salesman for tho Cen WE ARK- marble or on African blackboard." tral Cider Co., of Somerset. Whatever Matt Moore is another man that is not part the captain takes in 'the great draafraid of the mob. Some say Matt is tbe ma of life, whether it bo an Irish mob, but I think Matt is a bigger man a Yankee, clock ilxer, a ballad than tba mob. singer, an auctioneer or popular lectuIt is awful to think that such an out- rer before a fashionable audience, he alrage was committed near hero two weeks ways makes n star actor, for we have ago and nobody hung yet. Whenever known idtu to perform in all those charFOR- such a deed is committod somebody acters and more besides. ought to be hung. If the right man can 01 Christmas Goods. We especially invite those who did not favor not be found, then hang the next worse Resolutions of Respect. us to call and look over our stock We are glad to show it, even man. As the mob said tho other night, At a called meeting of MeKinney though you do not buy. We have made a special effort this year in the jail ie full of bloody murderers and Lodge Xo.lM F. and A. M., tUe followth this line of goods and feel proud of the showing which our stock nobody punished yet. All Court bloody ing lo'oliitioitw were adopted: again Harlan cabes continued. Ke8olved, That whereas God in His makes. We have goods suitable for gifts for all ages and at prices the 'Jd Monday in January and to coninfinite wisdom has soon lit to remove within the reach of every one. We take this time to thank you for tinue four weeks. Couldn't try the Harfrom our midst by the hand of death encouraging trade during the past year, and solicit your continued fa- lan casus in that time. 'Tis a Stats, 'tis Bro. J. Wesley Carson, in his death this Moore vors for the'eoming year, assuring you that our efforts shall be in the a National calamity that Matt Judge lodge has lost one of its most faithful dies ollicially, Ben Hose politely, and valued members and the communi. direction of good goods at the Boyd judicially and Col. Clark as ' attorney, four of the boat ly a worthy, Christian gentleman. family of 2, That we extend to th ollicers in Kentucky. But if I write too our most profound much my manuscript will make a rat's the deceased brother sympathy in this their Had nflliction. nest for tho waste basket ?. That this lodge attend his funeral Fontaine F. Boiiiiitt Good night, Courteous treatment and fair dealing. Again wishing you and yours county has 30 State charg- in a body and that a copy of these resoI. S. This and sioro than lutions be Hpread upon the minutes of es (pauper idiots a Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year, we arc yours truly, lodge, u copy sent the family of our 230 United States charges, drawing from this deceased brother and a copy 6ont to the the government about SW.OOO annually. Journal and Somer The following is a conversation between Stanford Intkhiok pauper id. set Reporter for publication. Judge Boyd and u H year-olDone by guler of tbe lodge. iot: 11. 3.M1TH, Tiiii.."What did vou come to town J, T. llOCKKIt, N-rNorfolkiWesfern R.R. for"' I'auper Idiot "To get on tho F. M. Wauk State." "What do you want to ;;et on the State for?" "To get a little money." Daws Dons the War Paint. Schedule I)pt it, iBj Can you work?" "They say I can't, 3,flG OIIO6 mSK6r, Editor ot the Interior Journal. LEAVENOKluN DAILY but I can." "What do ' you do?" "I I.AXiAsrKR, Ky., Dec. I", 1S92 Graham. lliunieleCl'oc 7:00 a mtot I vote." "Who did you Kixl all natioas Flat Top and I'ntxhonUi Unu- - fish, sometimes I received a few days ago a communivote for in the last laeo?" "Harrison.' ia:04 noon, or RluelieW, ItBiltord, Roanoke in this city. pret- cation from the Having bought out the remnant of the stock of John 11. Kosrer, Lyuchbure, Richmond and Norfolk. Alio (via "Why," said the judge, "you are a i HiMnoke) for Washington, Hageritewn, Harris, mailed hero and was tho first one I am now disposing of it at less than cqst in the basement of Severty sensible fellow." "They wy goods It wiu ourg, i'hiladelphtaand New York kind I ever received. I learn that Pullman Sleeping Cars from LouWville to Nor will come down, now that Cleveland is of tho ance's store, preparatory to folk via Norton and Radford, also Radlonl to these pauper idiot got on the quite a number have receied New York, via Shenandoah RadIf you want a good tit. He guurantves ford to Washinstoo, also fromJuiicUon, also Rlch- elected.'' The " Vmysterious missives and havo destroyed Lynchburg to - B State. raunu. them. I prefer to take this method to satisfaction. Trains lor Pocahontas, Powhatanand r,cm will leave Illucficld daily at 6 10 a pi, 8 30 a rn, 05 An unknown negro attempted, vio- say that tho man who would meaningly p mand j 10 p in &c., Leave Ulutfield 6 10 a m dally for Keuova'and lence upon Miss Kato Anderson, at Bow- tako this advantage is a liar, a thief, a Colcmbus.O. Arrive Columbus a 15pm Stockholders' Meeting. She will bolter, a disorganizer, a sorehead, a kickIn the new storeroom of Mr. Withers, now nearing completion. I Additional I rums fur Welch and intermediate ling Green, and cut her throat. ( stations 011 Elkhorn leave Minefield ioipm and recover, however. Four negroes aro in er, a being who U unworthy tho respect am agent for and have on hand the Oliver Chilled Plows, Studcbaker 1 ai r m dailr. A mectinEol tho ttockholdcr of the National Trains arrive at Norton iroin the East daily at jail charged with the crime, and as coon of any one, and a beinp who would sell Wagons and the Dicks Famous Feed Cutter. lUnk'ol Uuitoaville will be held at their tunklnt ti 40 p m and J 21) p m f one, whisky on '.he sly, burn n house, shoot I'or further information aa to schedules, rales, jm it is ascertained who is the guilty It will be to your interest to give me a call. Jieuteln lutonvrKeon the second Tueiday in &c , npply to agents of Norfolk .V Western Rall lynchiS93,foftfce purpoie of electing nine January, a man in the back and murder an infant there will in atl probability be a W IJ.JIKVILL, roadortoJB itireclorv ttrve the tBiuintr year, M. D.IIIirniits. for a penny. ticn Pass Agl Koanoke, V ing in Warren county. J. W. HOCKER, C liter 8.ti , Christmas Greeting. "Incongruvlal" Remarks About Mobs, &o. (To the Editor Interior Journal. WiLLUMSnORG, Dec. 17. Wo are R ZI3wH3VCEPt car-loa-ds 1 Z 7' ZZ T,:;- ..7 r'Z : :L ZJ ht-ns- I I TOYS, CANDIES, i Holiday Stock, Wilk-erao- I Cheapest Man in Town. 'vHc OYSTERS SERVED ALL HOURS. The .Best Kind of a Meal for 25 Cents. -- , Bn Elegant btoe r, THE SOLE AGENTS THOMPSON'S GLOVE mm CORSET s, Com-moiiupalt- h'a Lowest Possible Prices, A. R. PENNY. J S2,'-V- 0) SIX: DIFFERENT:. STYLES, SWmiMANCffi & HdDK . d (T-th- Stanford, Ky. poht-oflic- o to the: pubmc Full Stock of Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Give Him a Call, . - Opening1 Out a 1 ' X. i J. K. Van ARODALX. !tl! 5 J,.' lV..,.ju . !-