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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892122301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ' Semi VOL. XX. CRAB ORCHARD. W eekly -I i Interior Journal DANVILLE. r STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 23. 1892. usual nt Mrs. NO.. 86 Tlio Club iiuoIh iw Moore'a Friday night. enteitalncd a Mm. Alico New-lanfew friendu nt ten Tuesday evening, Prof. Voier'a lectured to hii attentive audience nt tho Bnitist uliurch on Tuesday night, on Prohibition. rtiiovr hoiifo at tho There will Baptist church Saturday night, Dee. 81, to which nil uro Invited. Mr. W. It. Dilllon's band wont to Dilllon WcdniHilay to make music for tin- yowls folks ChrlBtmas week, bo that we find Christmas will he gay in hoiijo jiartrt of Laurel. Christum proniidua to lie uminiially gay hero this season on itccountofthoab vencu of la grippe, with h ha for imvrl yeara been mi prevalent In our uildat as to prevent much gsiety. Tlio reception giuit by Mr nml Mrs Guh Hoirir.an Monday night wo n grand way, iinii tlio xefllutuhpf. ol courH wiw being in enjoyed to tin fulltwt extent by tlm gucnU. ltcircshmeU wtjr served. Mr. Due Anderson, nwir thla place, captured tt wild cut when qoitw nwnll, that he which h grown to such a ttirong euountrt to hail to make t hold n tiger, and nnw iVum it will not out. This uiiitiinl to na tlerco ttt If itmrwl in tlio wood. Mr. John Nevoid, aectlon bosa, gave a democratic dinner Sunday, to which only good damoorau and no ludins wru ghiht Mr. n little invited. Hits repnhli Nit'irt' fading, ho is a hw word was out and can himsnlf, but the turkvy had to b propurud. Mian Kabucca Stuart In again nt homo niter visiting frfaidd in CwplMlUmllo mid !..iliiffUiii. Mm. Stark Fish will on th Hive a tiiuah'd tuiteitaiumunl of the 'Mih, i which nil look for niht wind with pK'iuur. Mn Nvil Carnon, of Billhead, will upend CnriMiiin with and mlifr fritindn. Mr. V. O. Ilans-forlltMaltty it) nt homo to S. upend Christmas and Is also prepared to do dental work for any who call on him. Mm. D. It Kdmiston in at home, but still not no well as bur Irietida wish tow her. Mlw Ualliu and John Kdniititon will epond Chrintmun with their father, Hon. D. I). Kdmislon, after which they will ii'tnrn to their school nt Klrksvillo. Mrs. T, A. Oreshnin has gone to river to visit her brother, Mr. Sam Ward. Mr. and Mm. Dr. Black, of ltd House ate expected to upend Christmas with Mra. Black'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jnmfri I'inh. bn 5 vr. !1CHRlSTW3eH WE 51 && t, W f w &?& tt mz&i cfZ' rj-r".'- ) .ViC-t-.vy- lrv' r' - ball-roo- The Clemens House will remain for the present under the proprietorship of Mrs. Thorel, wilh Mr. II. II. Farris as clerk. Dr. F. Dtinlap was called to Woodford county Ttieitday by the serious of Miss Mary, daughter of Col. Wm. Duke, of this plnce. The handsome flag presented lastj October to the public school by P. M. Van Pelt has been left out day and night j and is now in rags and tatters. Sam M. Boone, of Somerset, dipt. was in town this week. Ho wants to bo pension agent for Kentucky and if his scores of friends in lioylo county have, their will, ho will be. Danville and Uwjlc will not go hack ou the old Pioneer. The city council met Tuesday evening and patted an ordinance forbidding the shooting of fire crackers on Main, Walnut or Hrondway, or nny of tho cross streets, Nob. 1, 2, 3, I and ft between1 Walnut and Broadway. Penalty $5 to ss Gtiristo as Goods. , Holiday in It ITES. j Dolls, Games and All Kinds of Books, S20. i' m w ii'v'li' TO ALL! - J$' Mr. J. IC. McGoodwin ii apain so ill as to i'.cite tho feara of h friends as to his permanent recovery. Mr. Jno. Scott, who was paralyzed a wink or two ago, was thought to bo somewhat better Wednesday evening. Mrs. Bcssiu McGood win anil dnugbter, Mips Lulie, aro in jNorin Carolina to remain till spring. Bob Turner, a white gentle.nan, who was in the chicken stealing business hero i t j i K! rather extensively two or three years ezsuxBrxsBwaesrrxa.Y.'im m tr wwaawp A MERRY CHRISTMAS I'hu jwwni tlimh jl It cpiltnot a(propria 'Tith Nt 1 iha Imimm. thl blore Chtittma t (tifimg by th ago, was seen Wednesday moruiiiu just i outride of town. When Bob left several i Wf3tnBSSCVP7TTrSVnVF i5T3; utTTTaBHi'aa years aco ho escaped from tho work-- j house, wheie he was serving a term for V. Iii'ii tint Nih- - Yrur Itogln. jteoples tho year appropriating chickens belonging to a Anions is lunar ami begim with tho first full colored man. moon of December. In England, from Oilman & Renaker, of Cynthiana, Room. Be sure and call before purchasing and buyof me at jow Pricees. Post-Offic- e nit orintl and oil through A !) ittKkinc wie huK cfcnt, ClMttfo utn nionae rhimncr, with! d V ta tht hep that Su NlchoUt vtealrf mah In Tha rhtldii ware Mtll all tnu; In tfiwr While vtM lhr ltock-oist- lu kcichiel anil t In my cap, And mamma In 'lad JMl etibxl ourlvv4 (or a lenc winter't nap, vS'htn, iMti the lawn, there urate luch a clattar; I prHC frei the hnl t cc wlint ai the inatlnr. vrnj t.i the .Ih4ow I ilew lile a ilath. Tare apart the wltuW, ami threw up the ah. The mwn en the hreiit of the nw faltcu mow, the lt!rr of midday to the objeett below, Whm what in my wemierlac eyei thoulj appear, Hut a miniature ftMich, and cit;ht tiny reindeer. With a little, old driver o lively ami iiuick ; I koew ina mummt It rniMt he St Nick. Mote rapid ilini;:U )il ceuricn;thcy came, And he HiilM and ihoHtcd and called thpm by l.ail; of ktth'ar 4tiMt iljnead In tlioir beJ, hr te tiimt; Now. Uaaher' ntw.Daacw! now, Trawcvr Vmcu" LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. now On.ComH.wt, Cupid, on Uutiderand llluen" Ono of tho weildini mentioned lat To the top af xirch, to the top of the wall. Now daih away, daih away, dath away all' week will occur MethodlHt and Christian A dry Icatca, that litfore the ild hurricane lly, lloth tho When they meet with an obstacle, tuouat to the churches will.have ChrihtuiHs tree this I year. Will Williams, ktiownan rcturued, after an absence, of "Kid," has two, years Tie prancing and pawing of each little hoof; in Oregon. A I drew in my head, and W41 turning around, A Ilirschorn's Novelty Co., Hewn the chimney St. N'ichola. JolUfec came, with a hound. composed of nine member, are billed to Me wat dretied all iu fur, frwn hit licd to hit appear at Borx'ing Hall, beginning on the IT-M. So uptotheltouio-top- , the courtrn they Hlth the tlrigh full of toy, and St. Nlchola. too; And then in a twinkling, I heard on the nel, ky, fle, S. !'. Jackeon is anothttr ouo of citizen who has gono on tho road I.on-tlon'- a fant, And hl clothe er A bundle of toy W drumming. He it with the Kentucky Jeana Clothing Co. LnatSuuday was your coift"pond-eiit'birthday, Woodson Hodge's, Harry Thompson's and also nu tin same day tberu was a little htraner, a boy. who artivtil at Harry's fathur'n, Mr. H. C. Ti uiitpiton. Sum Wnrnack is now deputy eheiitl and is the kind of an officer to have. He I . . . . c..'i ,.l. ..u nt llni weni 10 win ttxin-niw an i"t' " 1'ittrtbiirg mines lai brought out a man that was tunny want-ot- l in Jnckson (Niiuity. Tho city authorities have passed an ordinance prohibiting the hsileof cider of nny kind in the town limits. Kitultr lima., the Laktr ami groeoiyuiati, whom the sale of principal businesd has the bent of cider, will closf out and to I.ouisville. e he had Hung on Ml back, And be leaked like a peddler opening hu pack. MlirytH, Iraw they twlHkleil' hU ilimplea 1m iot; all tarnnhcd wtth athe awd jit were like rn.fl, hit time II Ve a cherry. drull little mouth nadraun up liku a boi And the beard of hit chin j a white at the Mm Hucheoka mer)' w- len io-tur- n ChcsapeakT. Ohio Sleamshlp Company, Limited. i...... .,,..l.., .int.. tlmt n'l tliH .1.. :...... IIUIII il.yUM"H ti iW ILW .....,- th.m.Mni-.iUof the Chwl tumho A Ohio SUh.mm.il. Company, .': I i.,.v..l ., w. .... - .ii.I tho itf..d lillllli axwu tal subscribed. The line is in tho inter- est of the CheBiipoiikt iV Ohio hallway Company, which ownsa majority of the stock. Coutracts have Iwon awarded to builders on the Clyde for tho construction of six steamers. Three of them are about thu sue of the new White Stu steamer, Cullc, the other three are about The hteatneis will nne.ilfth smaller. I. make regular weekly sailings from New The ituwp l a pipehe held tight Ih hit taeth, And the moke It eirclid hi. head like a ttrwth. He win chubby and plump, a right jally old elf, And luMchal when I mw him, in uite 0f my. .JI A Hlrk h ey,ilM a W1M of Ml h(a &m i to kmtw t h4 nM t Ma tpMice not a woed; but want trKM i hi work. AndlilhninllhUatockiMip; than turned with a jaeh. And latin hit nar ntiia nf h nm, Andjrivia Mod, np tn chimney he law. IU feaiiK Mi bM lairt, to M Iwm a a !.Ilf, A nd aj- they all Haw, like tha do h f u think. ; I hfnl him txclnim, A are b ilrou Mfkl, .vlarrr Chri.ima. to all anU to all govfl weht Krom the aalacliuua of tha edrtoi's .laar, dead wife, and Jirintwl in lovinc Mney of her). 1 Kf a..a. - ut J ' fr m, . n,.wninot Harrison will not receive a solitary eiecior.il voto this time, while South Carolina, whoMj democratic convention last .May denounced Cleveland as a tool of Wall street, gave in November n plurality of ll,::ilfor theCldvehmd :r,,lu K,II1"MS- " ,!l,u t,lttt avo the plurality four .,"nwou " ?lor S! - -,- ' ehctois. TiineH. , The road convention t Lexington was not largely nttundwl, though thu; question is a most important one. An.1 other meeting w.m called for Jan. 17 nt I tl... ......... ..!.. itiu o.....u i'uiut nun port News to England, and additional adoptetl urging persons retoiuuons wore interested to go Hteamers will bo built, probably in Amer- to work nutl create a public sentiment as the lino requires tbeui. Mr. ica, on the subject. The Legislature is earpresident of tho Chesapeako A nestly requested to enact us soon t.s nos- Ohio KtU way, s.tys that the advantages sible a law which will euro the ruinous. company of this l:uo can railway ' 1 In-ghl- ls, i to tho "imerauio system hardly bo overestimated. Tho export """" "' l"c" from Xowport Ntuva is eveniftn,.ll,romoto,l'l'yUmprovementa of i.n.lnii public roads now more than enough for these steamThe Knoxville, Cumberland Uap A ers, as well as all the tramp steamers Louisville railroad,, extnmlm.. f,... ......p, .,l.l Last year over 120 t lint can bo secured. . . I. i ixiiua.viiita. jeiiii.. in i .t ai tii.iii.y.M. u.nuV(U nj--( were loaueii ny ine LmesapeaKo steamers New! a8 'en put in the hands of a icceiv-Yo- rk A, Ohio from that port for Europe. er. World. .... i'i ... ! . i- -.. KM3MMOT tfannMnMtannaNnV tho Fourteenth century to tho chunH of who have beon running tho turkey pen calendar in 1752, tho lepil etir lnaii here belonging to the estate oi the late on Jlarch 2.1, and nfte? th' chalice was Jon Haas, closed their business for the iiiiidu much confusion in date! r'8iiltl fully understood present eeasou last Saturday. They have t lieforo the matter was Even ahibtorical iasue is mjiuetimi-- whipped since Nov. S to Boston r.0,000 They will resume business oloudoil by the dillerenco in modes of turkeys. roclmmiiK. and it is thus inudo iiitctr-tni- next fall. Leading dealers say there has whether un event took pluco in tho been no money made in turkeys this year named or in that following. year. The pretK'iit laiiitiing of th year on Miss Dulcie, daughter of J. Tom Jan. 1. in tho middl" of witttor, is not a Dawson, and Mr. Win. Sewell, both of natural but tin entirely artificial starting ixiiiit. Tho (J reek year originally whom live near Junction City, were liogan with tho winter solstice, its did married at that plnco Monday evening, tbo year of most northern nations at tho residence of Richard Wc6t, Rev. Among tho Latin Christian countrk-- Bunj. Costiy otliciating. Miss Mollie W. there were ceven diilerent datos for be- Humble, daughter of Thouiris L. Humginning tho new year. March 1, Jan. 1, ble, of the West End, wasmarriedThurs-daDec. 2i, March 25, used fn two ways at 1 o'clock to Mr. John 11. Powell, first, by beginning the year nine months present: by lx- - of the same locality. Rev. R. II. Cald- hooiii-than at Kiniimg itthrw months later at Easter well, of tho Cumberland Presbyterian church, performed tho cerouionv. and ni the feast of ascension. Tim usage of tlm same country has Wm. Miller, cbarced with killiuii ulsn varied nt different times. ISnm MpKen. wan nrain hrnnoht bpfnro In Franco under tho Merovingiau.s the i Judgo McFerran for examination Thurs- year began on .March 1; the Cerlovin-giau- s day morning. Both side? announced Iwgan their year ou Dec. 25, and the Cnjietians at Easter. The Ro- 'ieady" and when several witnesses had mans, till Caesar's time, liegitn tho year testified the prosecution announced on March 1, and nn illustration of the "through." The defense introduced no reluctance to change names is seen in testimony and there being suflicicnt the fact that, although tho nainos Sep- proof iu tho opinion of the ccurt to wartember, OctolxT, Novcmlier and rant the defendant's detention on tho originally denoted tho nuiulier charge contained in the warrant, he was of the mouth, they aro now grossly in according'held for murder. Circuit j applicable, The Egyptians, Chaldeans, PtTiiins, court meets in January, when the grand Syrians, Phnmicians and C'artliagiijiana jury will take charge of the case. Intgan their year in the autumn, as did A negro working for J. C. Caldwell the Jews their civil year. fount! Tuesday hidden in a strnr," stack ou Mr. Caldwell's place about $150 worth Him Out. of the goods stolen from C. D. Portwood's store on tho Oth lust. Thev were in a somewhat damaged condition, having been wet by rain. When the negro discovered them he at once took them to tho house and showed Mr. C. his find i . and was told lo biing them to Mr. Pjrt Wj0--. -. laf wood, as they wcro probably his They had been put in a sack and consisted of coats, pante, shirts, draweis, undershirts, Eiispenders, gloves, etc. ' '.. TV JR v Mifcs Marie Warren entertained a number of her young friends Tuesday night, iu honor of her cousin, Miss Daviess, of Louisville. Those present w?tv Misca Jennio Walton, Marie Prall, L"!a fyi i. U McFerran, Bissie Lyle, Susan Kiucaid, Bessie Woolfolk, Lida Anderson, Marjory Shelby, Tevis Shelly, Pattio Gentry,, Dida Ynu Meter, Lucy Burke, Annie Bruce, Liz.io Bell, all of Danville; Misses s v 1 Rochester ami Mane and Jennie Wart ren, of Stanford, and MesiiH Beaaloy, Young Tuttejr MU CJnrn. I have Jones and Rochester, Stnuford; Messrs .List got ;t diary to lHigiii tiw now year with, nml do ymi know wlint I would Ernest Smith, S. Bedford, Julian Henry Kiucuid, Will Price, Sum like the Wr- -t entry to lie? Mks Hiikwrly Xii. Mr. Tutter: I McIIenry, Will shanks, Charles Frisbie, ii.iMit't tint fainted idea. Herbert Price, John Morris, Cass Shelby, Yihiuk Tiittw Something about er Warren Shelby, Francis Shelby, Thomas -- ii kinn. Burke, Ernest Beatty, Bent tiooilloe, You n.ight put down Misi Pinkerly Hart Goodloe, Win. Cleveland, John n girl and in- fact that you tried to ki Prall, Roxy D.ivis, George Spilman, Will fiiilud. Johnson, Leslie Downton, Geo. Green, John Xeigler, L. Brown. Jim Bond, a negro was hangetl at Cornelius Vanderbilt is electing a titithrie for attempting to awsult .Mrs. Covington. He was seized by $2,000,000 residence in New York. Clarunce Eminent physicians at Columbus, a mob as ho was taken out of jail for O., where ho is confined in the peniten trial. Near Hyattville, Wyo., two men, tiary, are trying to lint! tho true disease said to he officers, and three alleged cat- that E. L. Harper, of Fidelity Bank fame tle thieves were killed iu a fight caused is troubled with. It is believed it is an by thu ollicers attempting to arrest the eirbrt of his friends to secure a pardon. An order has been entered iu the U. three men. that Fort Oraugo Mill, at Albany, S. court at Louisville be tho Kentucky The sold, unless the Union railroad shall X. Y., burned and three firemen were second mortgage bondholders pay the was killed by falling walls. One other debt of the road within four mouths, fatally injured and several more sus- the price, however, not to bo less thsn 51,000,000. tained Bevoro injuries. d VJ.mjS SANTA IS KBEfcE. n Come one and all and get a bargain and something to please vour family Fine Decorated Coal Vases, large sire S2. 75. French Mixed Candies 10c 11 per pound. kinds of Nuts from 10c to 25c per pound. Table Covers, ptiro linen, Soxfri inol.es $1 each. Pillow Slinms all designs, elegantly worked, Linen mid Felt Scarfs Table Covm Thiows. Ac, cheap. Mot Elegant Mufllers 25c to $2.25 each. Ladles' pure Silk and ChiU'on Handkerchiefs 25c to 05c each FME1BE1MTB In tine Chinaware to suit any and all purchasers. Blanket S1.25 penpair, good - al no. Teasel Cloth 10c per yard. Dress Goods cut awav below their first" rl..n to close for new goods. We can down the cannery m trices on Canned Goods of all c nave uates 10c pound. Mince Mo.it, lim quality, 10c pound. hinu.s. Prunes I5c. Dried Apples 5c pound. California Evaporated Peaches, Beans, Hominy Svr " tips, Hams, Ac, Ac. i The Knife Has Been Drawn the former prices of Clothing, Hate. Ac . to make ruom for the large) mpplr we have for our Spring stock. Lookout for the Celebrated Brsnds of Ladles', ' Boys', Youths' and Men's Shoes, in all designs, to come from the noted factories of Buell A Sons, I. X. Mcintosh is Co.. W. I). Douglass, Rogers, Fcchlielnjr is Co. On Mis-u-.- STEPHENS & KNOX. ROWLAXD, KY. - 'm KJLZBm SThM7A.7S,Vy' zigs&' sgr- 2- -. -i Ti I .. a 1 uiamoii s.waccnes. If J 7 i H CLOCKS, I --v- "ii;. w&w . m Jewelry, Silverware, AN 2) NOVELTIES. ,AreV ! At Daraks the Jeweller, i STANFORD, KY. -- THE MOST 80MPLBTE ifrFftlMnananRrfitfi Van-Winkl- And best selected stock ever introduced in Stanford. Prices Tho Lowest, One call will " SmKSSmm winnBf. f JPJLaJaiaT KaJ3ttataaWnaVlr ,AI89. DAVIDSON mcKisncy, ky , - comince you that this is the place to trade. noibTiErsr J. H. HILTON, 'w R Dealer n n r JXUIIUHU, fnnn Lll liUULlu, Sa.-In T ' & SON, LJ GROCERIES, Have Ju3t opened a Nice Line of Fany Groceries, n lh Iot-Offic- ROWlanCl, - - - ft - y - i Vel.nvtwrll.eI:t.tockl e anil .tie Uln(; mijthtr ehaip !.,vii.., the nubile to call at hl store and Mipjdy iheiielves with anything they ueetl In the above line. CHRIST JI.S .ttiii e OUOll! M.tiiii teiall Which wo Invite the pecplc .l tk --- . ESBa a. T Semi-Week- ly m 'iV 8URGR0N DF.N11S1. "Tito leaves are to shave, on," said The Anderson property on the Somerset pike. taken Ho keeps) up Bessie, "and when ho tears them all JfTice over Severance & Son s Store, Main street, Good brick house with four rooms and hall. Good To have lour photographs tho with all cistern convenient acd water works also. Lot AN UNKNOWN LANGUAGE. Stanford. out I'll tie in some more, and keep it contains two acres. Pcxtesslor. given Jsnuari, jLatcst full all tho time. Isn't it nice?" 9i' A rtmled Professor. P.M. McRODRRTS, "SplendidI" said Maud, enthusiastiAnd will civeyou Kind satisfaction. Stanford, Ky I understand most languages that human beings cally. "Now, whose doll is this?" A.J KARI'.Stauford. speak Denier In French, Gorman, Spanish, English, with Latin. Bessio giggled. "That's for FerdiDutob, aad Greek; Fpreign and Domestic Fruits, f IIMT3T7D I will start up next eeiJ nand," taid she. I But I have a very little boy who's wlsor far LUlVlDEiK SAW MUX on the Somerset "Why-eel- " said Maud, "he'll be Confectioneries, Ac pike, eight miles from Stanlord, and will have than I, L.otK For he's puzzled me complotely by a Tory mad." For Bessie's cousin Ferdinand, Oysters and Celery alwayi on hand and H'rved 70.000 feet or good Oak nd Poplar Lumber lor tale I ill sell at the most reasonable rates and strange reply. who wns studying for tho ministry, wns at all hours. In the corpor ate limits of Rowland can lurmsh invite all who wr.nl Lumber to Rive me a call. Ila with htm a first class baler and black JACOII IIAKKLIGKR, Ottenheshi. A circus came to town, ono day, and Tommy ti tall, slim young man, with a S; coat, and a white neck-clotand a Dread. Cakes and the like on short notice. II DARST..Rowland longed to go; He asked me for permission, and 1 simply an great deal of dignity swerml no. laughed Bessie. "It's a 3STOTIOS. His chin turned up. his mouth turned down, ho And, true enough, the tiny china lady NATIONAL BANK I will sell privately my Farm of 41 Acres, 1 mile stanipod and clonched his hand, All persons having (Malms against J. M. Phillips And uttered this queer sentence that I couldn't wore a great many ilannel petticoats of fruniCrab Orchtrd, on the .s'lanfonl pike It is OK STAN KURD, KY. almost every hue, and pinked neatly, wlitch weracreated before tho ad day of Kctirua-ry- , understand: cood lam! iindv. ell improvcil uiOiyuod dwelling, Decern, bnrn, litieyard, water, Ai fall on me on the and around her dress-ski1891, wll present them to me befare were littlo "Idon't-a- h, ooh boo, ahl Papa t Yon might, premises ur address me nt Crab Orchard Capital Stock berjlh iS;, properly proven. pockets for pens. younerer boo 6jtl JOHN UK NARDI. M. C. SAUl'LKV, "Hero's another one," said Bessie. "I Ur, bur! er let mo go, ah yah! to any Oh Surpluo ; Trustee J. M. Phillip just cut out four pieces of Ilannel, two ?7 Attention of the public is invited to the fac At least it sounded so to me; and what I'd like blue and two red. each as big round as is tho only National Hank in Stanford that this tho top of gnndma's spoonholder, and to know Puro Under the provisions of the National Hank Act ( teeth and other Kor Is whether Borne obliging boy his clororncsi notch the edges, nnd folded them into extraction fenositors ore secured not only by the capital minor the painless havo ' surgery, I ttstsd its virtue sufficientwill show, A Cream of Tarter Hskinff Powder H ghest ol .tock, but by the stockholders' liability lor an ly I., knuw quarters, and then fasten the four R. c. MORGAN, U U.S. ot so in leavening strength Latest United Stile By sending mo, In English, what Tommy meant imounteiiusl points together with a gold button. A Good, ComfortablegResidencc, this institution to the Hock, by that depositors fund of $400,000 Government Food lie port. are secured to say .worn .ttiMnents of the condition of the bank I'lvf The time that ho addressed mo In that very for And here's another." ROYAL IIAKINO POWDERCO . governUnited elgn way. Goed garden, cow paiturc, are made each yenrtolhc examined States On Danville street 106 Wall street, New York. "Oh!" cried Maud, "that's the prettiat stated times ment and Its assets are FARM c. Apply to SALE. vard. water, -- St Nicholas. est of all." agents, thus securing addilitona j eoverument IU. HUUII RKID, ind perfect safety to depositors. I will sell prisatelymv I'armel or MRS llhlTlK 1'. Al.FoRli It was certainly very pretty, and it 50 Acr.s on the SALE. LAND PRESENTS FOR CHRISTMAS. This institution, nr"Kinl'y established at ths Danville & Stanford pike, lhrc lulls from Stanlooked for all the world liko a doll's Deposit Hank of StaMerJIn lis, then ford. It is well Impirived, with dwelling of five led at the National Hank ol SunTord in iMs and rooms, nfw barn ami all necessary outbuilding Korty Acres or Land, 4 miles South of Stanford, It was a tiny pasteboard U;. l'lcnnniit Why of MiiIiIiik Sunshine shawl-strafirst National Hank ol also has ine spring. Call on me su the premises igain half cleared, balance timber, pod orchard, two ll'liein It Jtnhi.nl. tube, covered with red morocco, with Stanlord in iS8, has had practically an uninterur n4dre me al Stanford, Ky neveMalhns .,..ln8., and V so lonesome!" sijjhctl Maud, tvitli handle and straps of the fctmi and it rupted existence of 11 years It it- better supplied "It's ItUttENK KEI.t.KV aow with lacililles for transacting business prompt n yawn. "I think rain v tin vs in thivoun- - was checked oft in diamonds with gold ImmpDse stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, ly aud liberally than ever before in il I.iijJ Stid try nro just the iiorritlcbt of anything!" braid. The shawl wu.sa roll of Uannol, mall Krutls, Shrub., Vines and 1'UnU. I'rices Honorable career Accmnln of corporations, firms and Individuals respectfully striic- everything was drenched, its prettily pinked edges projecting low. We have no agnts and our sroHn eeae Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., Rnd General aud Slrawbwry still the rain kept falling. In the "Oh, what's this a niulTV" cried where theirs begin The Direetery .t this Rank i composed ot Miner ami shippers of the GENUINE road the water stood in dimpling pud- Maud. "Isn't it pretty?" F. II. RILEY, Proprietor, 1. J. Keslcr, oiStaafniil; l.rimcttm, Ky dles, and little brooks raced merrily Kereattti Resd, IMkssIsi county ; It was pretty, and it did look liko a London, - -- - Kentucky. along the gutters; the maple trees were mufif, though it wasn't. "It's a hairJ.W. Hayes. aaerd; LtncotH, I have moved le say new liolel sad am better are the sole agents for Stanford .and- dripping, and not a bird would sing; pin holder, for mamma," said Bessie, Try it. We 5 II. Rowland. Office corner ot Depot street and railpjcpsrtil than ever to accommodate the public M. J. Mtttar, Mt. Vernen; the rosea in tho garden iookfd washed-ou- t her little dark face flushing with pleasroadrossing. l2ed I.ivery attached and every conveniences-sireferewarns hunter. S.hfWHism and This Mtle WATTS. S. T. Harris. I.sce4 HIGOINS nntl discouraged, and the morning-glorie- s ure. "I took an omptj oyster can and others uattotresp.. on or Irttids ithiit pr (live meacsl. S. Hacker Stanfatd; tttll FRANK RII.KV. 77 J. had bhnt up. Altogether, Maud shined it tip with some of grandpa's miiH, as alt swl will be prosecuted li the uw Lackey, Lincoln; the -t.r t 0. A. was hardly to be blamed that she felt ami then I almost spoiled T. 1'. HiH, Stanford. BRIGHT & FOX' out of humor, and bo stood at a window grandma's shears cutting out the botJ R. 11RUCK j W. 0 Welch, Stanford; Notico to the Travoling Public . THOMAS C. pouting. tom, nnd then I crocheted two rounds SUnhKtl. S'IKRI.KUAIU'.Y. I haic had COMBINATION : FK1JVN1) "So horrid!" said she. "Isn't it, Hess?" out of worsted and one over enoh end A.M. Omi'URS G A INKS. . "Why, no." said llessJe, brightly; "I only first I filled tho can with curled I. S. HtteUr, I'idont; THIS SIXEiLTOX HOUSE at danvilm:. ky., JAMES GIVKXS. don't think it K" I. S. PHILLIPS. hair. And then I took a piece of cardJha J. McRoberts, Cashier; Cashier. Al Rowland repsuitetl and nicely famished and RBNACKRX ANTON 1895. Bessie sat at another window busy as board big enough to cover it, and A. A McKtnaev, Assistant have in tenncciKm with Hotel one of the s CLARK REYNOLDS a bco over a box of loan in the Stale, bits of worked day kmI night, a iiiKhl mamma's initials oa it M. LACKOWII clc Dec jj, 1891. Send for entry silk and worsted and perforated paper. man meets allt nuns In omne. tion nli llnuw 1). NKWLAND T Sa in the wny you see, Co. blanks. Onle 5 per eent. entrance charged. M'etiil wells in.he Natv W. V. !IAV.d '"" "' l Maud was Mrs. Mayhew's little girl, and then I fastened it round the can. id fori.frreacel ter, call on Mr and Mrs U.C. I.ON. O W rinck, Bessie uas Mrs. Baker's little girl, and milled the ribbon round tho edges and KRKU ItAUMANN Lef.ic. Mr and Mrs Hoyd fa or stanford.:ky.. cram, t,rin, Tcnii . A A. Warren. Dianf ,r!, Dr R. L. Will IK. and they were both out at Grandma of it, nnd put a Ikiw on each end where MRs M A MARTIN. and ready tor business witb D K. Procter. C II llrsum. Mr and Mr T V Is new tuny organued Lester's. llamiliM, Kowlan.1. Mr and Mis V. II Johnsen BQWELL, I joined the rullle.nnd a ribbon to hang &USTW New Haven, Jim Cot, Greentl.uri; Rates Jife' "What'rc you doing. Bess?" asked it up by. And it does look liko a mulT, of - - $200,000. day J. M. Petrey, clerk ) apital ine a rail STANFORD, KY., Maud, with suddensJnteresL iiSClOP. I W CAKKI1 It Prop 'y really." 5,ouo Surplus, . Bessie laughed and shook back her House, Sign, Decorative Painter "Well, it's pretty," declared Maud. p on hair, cut short, like a boy's, and curling "Who's this other one for?" I nave jusl opefwd a hrm-- i Us Bull Iwr" SUCCESSOR toTHKUiNU )LN NATIONAL and Paper Hanger. at all limn hcrr I ill in crisp little rings all over her head. HANK Ol' STANFORD, Estimate furnished. "That isn't one." said Bessie, laugh- Lancaster street. Country work solicited A3SrX B3G3SH. "I'm making thincrWor Christinas." ing. "That's a cigar-stanie assets and uadei S'swcsMine up) with the : : and it's for said she. ine same a an cement I will deliver Ice every ',f mormntC '" lTncle Ben. I made it the snlne way, that can WebUirted, which t will sell at the mar-lllv mnvtiMit of ill cru iter, deposit ' are ss "Things forChristmas!" echoed Maud, though, km pounu. Hpw."; iiv Mtlen.l fur u to and vKiaity at the rate only I didn't take tho Ix.ttom lkirihiM. m. Iari:c mr!,, will U-- v Le kep frvsh andrffriewjtor tully protectee as air being held in lividunllv SUnfurd ma) pmiaj al 50 tents ot o cents, at. j J.H.YKACER in great amazement. M. BRUCE I. Banks, Us shanhoi and. smm )muhI of the can, and I i.kiM .a . k.i ii.tti .1 'i. amount of their steck under in special at the rate of 71 ceata II I.IW 1 I 3l M I call "I mean Christmas presents," ex- out cardlioard insteadworked 'Cigars' on atlentisni 10 the John Frenner therein at the r"' value thereof, In sddmen tn lht the & YEAGER, of initials, and I BRUCE CeleWatod C.'sWilt jrnlsh I. X. U llrer. for whu r plained Bessie, laughing still. In point It may atlas I irnount mve.ted in such shares. f an. in eitbe krg er twli c executor, admtiusUaier, trustee, Ac, as ftslly as Writ agent. of fact, there was almost always a didn't put on any ribbon to hang it up, for pnees. n individual LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLS, K IIRF.MIvR, Stanford, Kt laugh hiding behind tbe red iips of of course, because it's to stand on a iltf to us To those who entiu.ied their buismess Mrs. Baker's little girl, ready to burst bracket and hold Uncle Ben's cigars." while mnagltiKl the Lincoln National Hank ol "I that all you've got?" risked Maud. Swaferd, we we here tender our many thanks and John II. Cattleman STANFORD, KY. forth at the slightest provocation. A ( Lsnh.rr Tf:::SRSVII.LK. K . trust they will continue to transact their business "But I'm going to make lots df things "I'apa and mamma and Aunt Say and a guarantee for prompt attenwith us, oltertnc went mn fleet July 1st and rela The above firm ,ar. Lnr is Bessie, earnestly. tion to same, osir twenty years expenenceconthe patronage orthe Uncle Ben nnd all our folks saj they more," proclaimed spectfully ask a banking and as liberal accommodations as arc relilce to have things I make myself the "I'm going to make a burnt-matcpublic. sistent with sound banking. best; and when Christinas really comes ceiver out of a little tin box, just the DRY GOODS , NEW RIGS AND HORSES way I did mamma's holder, only I'll thcro's always so much to do I can't do GROCERIES, &C. J J. Williams, MltiinattoHk. Vernen; leave the bottom in and hang it up by nothing but anything. It's real fun to make 'cm, Have been purchased and j, M Hall, Stanlord; the end instead of like a muff. And stable. Uejs leave to too, rainy days, when you can't do anyturnouts will leave the J.S. Owsley, itanfotd; thing else, and when yon hurt your I'm going to make a crib tjuilt for the S J. Kmbry, Stanferd; PEOPI-- E Give baby, all out of odd pieces, and a slipankle and have to stay in the vrny I J. U. I.ynn, Stanford J7 per bag for grandpa, and a watch-easdid last week." Of his vicinity for their A. W. Carpeuter, Milledgevllle: Miss Maud went straight over to Bes- for Uncle Ned, and a pretty while apron J. K. Cash, Stanford; LIBERAL PATRONACE William Gooch, Stanlord. Ky sie's window. The unhappy little forNorah, and " BARBBE&CASTLEMAW MYERS HOUSE "Oh, don't tell any more!" cried Maud, In the past and solicits a continuance of tame S II. Shanks. President frown was gone from her forehead, nnd hlti putting her fingers in her ears, which MANAGERS, the corners of her mouth were beginM. Blight. Teller &X1T wasn't a polite thing todo at all. "I'm ning to lift. ' Commerce Building', Louisville "I think it would be fun." said she. going to begin right off, myself.-P. W. GREEN, Prop. Bessie divided her little stock of ma"Have 3ou got any done? Wlmt're you Agsats throughout the South. making? Don't you s'pose I could?" terials with Maud, who was heard to fi"1 ' l?J.'vlmmmmmV:t connection wit 6 the till'' t'h "Of course, if you want to," lnughcd declare not long after that she didn't This stable, which Is run n been supplied with Rowland, Ky., Myers House, has Bessie. "I've got some things done, care if there were a whole week of W. A. TZIZBBLE, Local Agont, rainy days. She and a cushion fancy JV.New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Say's I'm making now. See?" for Aunt work for Christmas enjoyed her much. STANKORD.KV presents so in toilet table Buggies, Wagons, Aila Carleton Stoddard, in Youth's She lifted a handful of bits rummer's Supplies and is better than ever of stiff paper, and let them flutter Companion. I1IK STAN JRD with supply the public prepai down into her lap again like a miniaJUST BE YOURSELF. snow-storRIGS OF ALU KINDS. ture Co. "Humph:" said Maud. "I'd like to Cigar- - & li Call in when you del like ,i( Trv ti A Personal and prompt attention given to Weddings, know whatever you're going to do with Hot mill Girl Should tin-- .Milliner of OtliiTt. and IturiaU Parties lias cntrai tel with responsible firniloritsplanu taking it tliink. those things?" P W. GREEN, Proprietor. Said an old anil successful teacher, reand will have the Ice and Rlectrlc f'lauts comple AL. BURNS. Manager "I'll show yon," and Bessie pro cently: "One of the most disheartenled in about sisty dT; the Water I'lani soon af. ler cceded to cut a bit of silk a little ing traits of character observable in In order to place mdltidiiat contracts in ad larger than one of the paper hexagons, some boys and girls, is the disposition van v for Wster am! I'lnrfrl ii.t. HiMPAm...nu offers the frllowlBK which she covered with it, basting the to b someone else, rather than MHlsfs7sTagrpa- rJlgfaQ oetcisary water puts wsll be laid, connected to edges down neatly on the wrong side. Mr? ,U t. ji mams at actual cost tur pipe and work. to lepudiate their own ideas, to r lectrk wires put In srt. necessary fixtures fut "I'm going to make the middle one cast a shallow over their own home-lif-e Htae9s7H99Bsr?9&&dk'E-A--v! ni.hed free ot ilisr'c STANFORD, KY., blue," said she. and occupations, that they may ape the To he nf hel tiuality and CMsrantred to jus "Now what?" asked Maud. satisfaction ideas, manners and performances of The schedule nf adopted rates is Irm Bessie's scissors snipped and her others." per cent, lower than is usually irtven ffX FOR GOOD WORK ! needle Hew, until presently she had six To do this is surely a grave mistake, Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. MTht Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now little drab silk hevagons beside her for one of the most charming things to in my charge and tutend to conduct it so a add blue one. "I'm going to make the next noticeable in ereatien. everywhere, is ! LadiifS but to not only maintain us high reputation, DvsIIihk f rooai one fsiurl , row around drab," said she. $jw the woninfinite variety, ICach additional i.hhii. the to its long list oi ftiends. Special accommoda30 "How did learn?" asked Maud. Kach additional fatuet for commercial travelers and fine rooius.tor .. tions derful individuality of plants and 00 Stores, llankk and 1'maie Irflne., la uit t thedisploy of samples. ou "Prndy Palmer," said ttcs.H and animals, which makes thoir study 5 Ilaths, pri.ale.one lauiet J ' then she began to ew, with dainty so interesting. We all admire the Hose allarhment Inr sprinkler ... J , Saloon A First-Clas- s According to results accomplished ; WILLIAM ill Ihc ' Stables, priale, one aniosal short stitches, her six drab hexagons Queen of Flowers, vet if budding springMealer 'e Kaih aatiiiuaal aalmal . I 01 And RILLIARDand POOL. ROOMS attached. round her blue one. "It's over and time brought no (musics to talk to and in uddition to a liberal couimifction of Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hog3 JOSEPH COFl'liY. f over, just like iny pa toll work," said she. love, no M to cherish, Electric Light Rates. k Cattle and Si 'ep a sproalty. MiClted "Now the next row I'll make blue, but in their stead only the lwnutiful twenty per cent. Persons hat inir an v oftheabose diCnbcl stork I'or commercial vise for sale or wishing t purchase same, will do wtll and when I get it large enough I'll roses, would we not sorely miss our An experience of filtien One nrc aad three 16 c. p. ifxamlescent lamp Aleo cover the top of a cushion with it. and other little friends, and sigh for only a, . ........ $70 00 W)"r earslii this luisine. list been of prpht to me and ror 16 .. p ttsch incaiid.cstit light, per I think I can make It profilnble both to the Imjcr make the underside of blue, and rullle few ? The and teller. I O address Stinford, Ky, . ., .. , some blue ribbon round it, and give it aud individuality that is Mime variety GUESS PREMIUMS 3. .. .. Ofhceat the Myers House seen in . R to Aunt Say Christmas and she'll hold Highest cash market price paid up both hands animals and plants is needed Tor KesnUnci Use: FOR SUBSCRIBERS. y: 'Perfectly among people, and lor thoir mutual happiFor 1st 16 c. p inccwdceHt lawp pur km. for lovely!'" How Bessie's black eyes ness and Instruction. IB. B AUG' UMAX, No Iinpossibililics or Uncertain-ties- . ' sparkled with fun! " Si " " " Bear boy. dear .. KIREANDSIOKM 4th" 'Oh, I want to make one!" cried von. individually! girl, the worhl needs S Every thing Fair, HonorFor onch nddllHtaal " If there be anything . Maud. Per further lafufmatHm, apctly te AGEN'- ".Veil, you can," stiid Itessic, "and wrong in your life, strive to make it able, Plain and Positive. &c, at tt J. W ilAYI)K.V,gnp't,fte 'twill be a lot more fun if there are two eight. It matters not how humble Represenliiig vour origin, how plniu your home, or Hee programme in the of us. I'm going to make a & CO., M. F. for grandma, jtixt this way only bigger what meager advantages you hare had; Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., KY it is your privilege to think for yourSTANFORD pieces, and stuff it with lyr Manchester, of Manchester, Enff. Titer's lot, of it in the pasture." self, to study thoughtfully, to put your Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, theories into practice, noting the reNow was Maud's turn NorfolkiWesternRR. cause ititbounded so funny to laugh, be- sults. Be gentle, be tfhablc, let the Ins Co. of North America, " to tall: about light of all that's best and noblest of our Fourth Atimuil Coutcst nnioug stuffing a pillow with I wojld All of which are first las Companies quicken your vision, so that you can you know." He pleased t wait on fr.tniUin thi lire Pol. ifc, Villinure onanist t'lrna Schedule ifies promptly ismikI. "Let's look at your other thini's." weed out the wrong habits, strengthen Agenfj for lurgcot clubs. UiKMuin; ' Uu dies, wind sturins iml litihinln .said she; and Bessie obligingly skipped the good ones, ami engraft upon your K.WK NORTON DAILY esattachi wifimit aiditoml hrs' ZW An Agency for tho "Weekly Uftice at hirst Ntluiial Hank, ,SUnf ru to return almost in the I'haracter nil that is excellent and en"Yb6 ftni tor l.r.iham Uluefield, Pocahontas- away JCnquiisek id a profitable business. It is an tall stations Hal Top and Povahontas Divumuio minute with a tiny mahogany nobling, making it a part of yourself, 'ia-0noon, lor llluefield, Radlord, Roanoke, box which her Uncle Xed had brought and not like a garment borrowed from the beit school in the world to prcparo Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Also (via toher once upon a time from over the .1 friend, whose use yon hut half underKoanoke) for Washington, HagJrstewn, HatrU-our- sea. and which always formed a part of stand. Jennie Dean Young, in House0110 for u business contact with the Philadelphuand New York. keeper. Pullman Sleeping Cars from Loui'ville to Nor her luggage wherevershe went. public, a 6tepj)iiig-stonto business "Now, what's this?" asked Maud, folk via Norton anil Radford, also Radlord A Nmv Klnil f Tni. York, wa Shenand&ah Junction, aUo Lynchburg to Rich- presently, " and who is it for'.'" to Washington, also from qualification and future prosperity. Hal was crying for help because "It's for papa," answered Bessie, Turnorsvillo, Ky., ""Trains tor Pocahontas, Powliatanand flood, "axul would not let goof his arm. it's a bhaving-book.- " We want good Agents to solicit for 111,8 30 a m, 05 will leave llluefield duly at 6 i "What aro you doing, .limmielioyT City Is prenared In do "Because it's s thin?" P j'Vase U?ueield 6 to a m daily for Keiiora aid Let Hal go!" commanded his papa. fcqbseriptions. Tho induqeraents arc "Oh, no!" Jhit it was thin enough, pm "I'm only playing tag." said .limmie-boColumbus. O . Arriie Columbus o 15 intermediate although it contained fifty-twpages, Additional train for Welch and extra good. on Flkhurn leave llluefield lojpra and one for each week in the year, of soft, stations And other work. Iluis JUNCTION CITY, KY "That isn't th way to play tag." S Have just erected a new Marble and Graultn ENQUIRER COMPANY, TranTarnve at Norton tioui the East dally at white paper. The covers were of per"Yes, it is," said .limmichoy. "It's I(oum) and am fully prepared to fill orders for all forated paper, white, too, aud lined the new way. P W 11 40 t m and to schedules, rales, with kind (it Marble and (.ramie work I luve iu my CINCINNATI, O, .formation scarlet silk, and bound with scar-lo- t I'm the tag on Hal is the satohol, aud Ka,N employ skilled workmen from the Kast. My freight it to tell whore it's to 4isftT,s asen,, ribbon, nnd tied at back and front fscilllli'scan not be excelled and t will not be unIn Ins section divo him a trial. o." Harper's Young People. dersold 3S Gen, raw. Agt Roanoke, Va. JOK S. WRIOIIT with scarlet bows, and there was a Interior Journa ( FOR GIRLS AND BOYS. . preny emuosseu picture on cacu cover. fiKL A.S.PRICE, FOB, IWSITT. Go to Earps'Art Gallery Improvements, K pOYAL m s 22KI0fflSmBEKo 8,-- tl 91-- 17 For Sale . Twenty Building Si-i- pen-wlpor- FIRST Farm For Salo. c:d is nsrTO. FOR rt POWDER Absolutely I ...S200.000 Boo-hool- " 8o-- 3t 20,000 FOR BENT. FOR 111 1 Iti-M- p. Orchard, Lawn, Garden. - fldu-:ianc- s. Out-of-doo- rs mm? mrpv nnircr Original Jellico Coal. POSTED. Hhaa, d, knife-polis- h, SALE, ItAt-U- January iS and to, gay-colore- d cross-stitc- h, Farmers Bank&Trnst ..' nn lt "' 5 NEW BUTCHER THE BEST IMiEJTS - ICE .i '" D tin-win- J. T. HOOKER, -- h first-cla- is ROYAL A Insurance Company, ov Liviiitrooi.. them a Call. THANK THE J e SRV ST&BXJB D. A. TWADDLE Dealer well-know- n Fine Liquors, six-side- d Wines, Hccrs, I" FIRST-CLAS- S Watertight and Ice I THE GOFFEY HOUSE I them-seh.'- s, - I GOOD PAY JOSEPH COFFEY,JPro'r. 1 j- - 1 For or Gentlemen 1 u $5 to $500 Gash! . . 1 1 MORELANI, . 111 . 37-t- y CASH ELKIN I forget-me-nots- M tin-low- M ( Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, J. M " i INSURANCE sofa-pillo- w HAW 1 weexly Enaulrer . i.i 111 ar up-stair- g, Walter Fields, o Kad-lor- d - BLACKSMITH, .lini-mieb- 1 o y Junction ALL KINDS SHOEING Marble& Granite Works Workman J The Aclciiowlodjfcd Nw.WBitr JhiAl.w t-a--: ta- - ,oemi!Weekly InteriorJournal : Dog Ia'icaac;. Little Johnny Doge don't ntd to guest nt ii hotel table to n pompom indt talk, 'cauao anyone can nedcrstand their berk. vldunt on thp other rtlde. Visitor Can you? "I'm u gcntlcmnn, Hlr," he replied Btanfoud, Ivy , l)i:ci:MnEu2.'), 1892 Little Johuny Bay ns roll In' off . with a grand air, beckoning to the To the log. When my dog la tit the door ad Having bought out the remnant of the stock of John 1). Fosrcr, wnltor. barks, that means he naaU to get In; 1 am now disposing of it at less than cost in the "That's basement of Severh!.o.walton, BUR.ManaRor you," wild wliut I thought when I itslcet if heV Inside the door and barks, that the first mnn. quietly. Dcin means he rranU to get out. ance's store,, preparatory to oroftt's Mutja.luo. Vlnltor flumphf ' Suppose he Is half WEANS BUSINESS. Uiirlu'i. Inside and half outeide aud barks, what of ".Mamma, let ino stay up till twelvi does that man? And get your Xmns work done- - I have E.vohavino beautifully and urtiBtirnlly L'rtth) Johnny That o'clix'lc tonight, won't you?" pltmdc means that Jono al A. It. runny'ti. the assistance of James W. Greon rind I Stoves, &c.. Boy your bookn nnil pcliool mippllcs of Wnlllo. there's blgifcr dog than him In our am prepared to do nil kinih of tonsorlal you wish t do that, dear?' yard. Good News. "Why do Ml kinds from A. It. Penny, who Bells In tire new storeroom of Mr. Withers, now nearing completion. 1 work. ashed liinmniii. them nt tmnllnher'H nriern. am agent for and have on hand the Oliver Chilled Plows, Studcbaker III (Irrtar I'llU.I. wntch, clock jowetry - IIavk your A. It. I'enny'n. andAH work "I want to poo whnt the end of a daj Oiirst Got any rood Toast beef? Wagons and the Dicks Famous Feed Cutter. .epaired at looks Hlio," explained Wallle. Ilnrpar'i Walter Tea, sir. warranted. It will be to your interest to give me a call. Young1 People. Guoet Ilriag rna one of your best ItcMEMKBit t hut nil Bilvurwarc. wptrhep. slip Mlclit limn Known. cuts. I witt It tender, juicy, not too rinire, c, boulit nt A. It. I'unny'ri will Stanford, Ky. "They my that Doodle (.imimm h!i well done, not too raw and with very bo engraved free of chaw. wife." little gnvry. Ham the fat and lean "She might lmvu e.pueted it," rilxmt equally divided, and be particu'Why?" lar not to cut the idioo thick. And don't 9 ..TAKK THE "Iltt butt the reputation of boing i forget tho horseradish. Can you reladyltlllor when bho married him."' member all that? ' Waiter Yes, sir. (Loudly) Roust Dutuoroat'ft Magazine. 2t Tim Uf tnrt Courlpons. "PloaKo i)ass me tho butter," said I TO TieCEI FUBIJC COME! AROUND -- Opening Out a Pull Stock New Barfier snorj, Grooeries, 11 2Iardvare, 'i J. K. VanABSDALE. JOHN COOK, Jr. IIU Motto. l'rltou Missionary Don't yon tliinb "I um going to pay you that money that after you regain your liberty yor I ovo you," stild one inun to another on can do better? lturglar Well, I'll know enough not the street the other day. to have another put that's wi duru deaf "it's time you 'did," whs the reply; ha can't benr a p'ltucinan till he'a right "I thought you woro never going to pay Would Do llrttiT. bcof, one. Uos ton 'Globe. . ir... zsx3ve:m::e:r, Has the best selected stock of. mwsm?hBim SUrJ I I i 1 pwl&tfjj&kilk&j&te) - 'HhI VB.1 R Ik II I. B ? E ITW 1 - . THE WORLD'S FAIR LINE TO on us. N. Y. Weekly. Criterion. A irniHM OT1II1AMC AND lly Inequality of those. That he give away. vv 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 : tnatfl In He win aoWotn clears lictray Jury. tiii: ikon i:.vtkkiji. me." "You were wrong then. Give the devil his due. That's my motto.- "- Cape Cod item. A I.linltnl Co. "I am not wealthy." ho said: "but if the devotion of a true and tender heart goes for anything with you, Mish TOYS, CANDIES, Nuts, Raisins, Grapes and the like of any merchant in the county. Call and sec him and you will be convinced that he is the MIVwimSv t.1 . (0)fi(J(A(Gri(D9 And., .oVn'ts WJIilST Aud Clara" "It STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. Stationary, Semi Portablo and .. a n-T- Rwl S-2 MB I.. goes well enough with me, Mr.' Spoonbill," interrupted the fuir girl, ith a pensive look tn her face; "but how will It go with the grocer?" Puck. &&3f " " i Portable All sizes up to borse power 2G- - jiwajs Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. te for Free uSrf0JJ ..cmv'trit. &&&' .. vivr..-'4j- . "i" 0 'V jajfiv. .erxj. i i ronltiHl llrldtret. :td- , ''Ilniul. Miu'iim." .g-.. .. . ... ....... mlrlngly, "tbofs more nor I can do. nothing lolke educa.Sure now, tion, nfter all, is thercj ma'am?" . rtin-re'- s Dem-orest- 's here!" IIip YiiImp of IMuratlon. by. llrhlgct!" exclaimd the house-wif"I cn write my name in the dust e, Cheapest Man in Town. OYSTERS SERVED ALL HOURS. He will give you Finest and best Vestibulod lliiffet SleepiliB Cart and Parlor Cart cn all trains. No change of can, best accommodations, quick it time and lowest rates. For Information address IAS. I1ARKF.R, O. P. A , Clilcajso , V O.CRUSH, D P. A.. Louisville CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, New York, 9S3 And all other Eastern Cities. Maguifine. Illustrated Pamplcts ami your JAMES NI,W LKFFL:&CO., M'KINOiU.I D,OZZZ KK CITY lsssssssssssssssssssH! fci"3j'iii5riJ: ses The most (Mebrated Kye, Kar, Nose, Throat and Chronic l)is case Spttialist in the State. Rmmm9'' u-- w c 'JmtLl "I eotild forgive her for giving me the Colli C'omtort. Imiiiiu'i. If hhe lmdn't tlone it for a fel"What's the rcuMtn you didn't speak low with legs like that; that' where It to Jones when he passed by?" liurtA me!" Life. "Il insulted me the otheY day." I lir New "What did he nay to you?" rliool. lots tnknu up "lie called me an Chlij)eiMliile Mtus "Called you an old aas! How ornithology as a fud. Wh. you are not old." Texas PimW Dim hhe study the bird In ' Sifting. the park? Chlppemlelu Xot yet; nIm has jut ItHil fur tlm lcolp.loil. begun doing the millinery hVortr. Wido- w- ell, Mr. Priof, have yon Oneo u WHk. read the will? Imt I can't make anyIlrtof Ye-In IIU I'lr.t (Limn. Col. Iloarbony (who Is playing a little thing nm of it. II e Irs Let's have It petented. A will game with the college .stmltuiU) It's tlmt h lnwyrr ian't make Miiylhlng out our ante, Mr. Sweeting. Itoston Globe. Jamey .Sweating (emmbUiia; away of ie a under the Ublw) Good gmelou! Toll It Thought 1'he.V MlirlH Nr,l It. lier Pin not at home. Chieijgi) Xews Mttn of Home It strilies me that KvconL face before. I've seen Slam Nrrrr Han Mr Srrluiu. Sui Stranget Yes, you nxx I sold 3'ou I nliouhl like to feel a eolc lMok a year ago. you soiling now?" when I die I leeve the world better than "What I found it. "A sun- - euro for dyspepsia. Only Hnioklyn Life, .luehMin My der fellow, I nm quito fifty cimtK." sure the wrld will bo better when 31)11 The PJtrnt Hail Kiplicil. are gone. lloeton Olobe. "Whuf. Got your patent-leathe- r IIU I'artluc Mint. lKH)ti hlaM.'keil. and bought them only lie Hut couldn't you ltnru to love ton dajravr: Wasn't the' leather any mo, Ida? good?" She I dcyi't think I could. Oeorge. "The leather Is all rlghtbut the patHe (ronehlug for bis iutt) It liw I ent mwiiis ti have expired." A rkansaw o feu red. You are too old to lonrnU Traveler. old-nss." The Best Kind of a Meal for 25 Cents. Leave your order for Christmas Oysters, Celery, &c. ShortctJLine between Louisville, Lexington'ind IIEastern Points. . INiEFFFCT NOV. i, iSoa ridlo-ulou- sl EAT IIOUNI). Lve. Lexingtoti Atlantic Express No. 31, daily 7.lcpm Midland Accommodation, No. 96. ex. hun.11.4eam Vntibtiled Express, No 34 dally 6.10pm Mt Sterling Accoin , No 3, ex. Suu. 5.3jprn WEST JIOUNI). Arr. Lexington: I.exinclon Accom. No 7,ex Sum 7.j5arn Louisville Express No ai, dai it.cpm Lexington Accom. No. 5, ex Sun .... 4 ijpia Vcstibulcd Express No: 13 daily 6. lepm . Keep Yoiu Eye On this space. bin tranftrs Solid V'estiuuled Trains ith Dtali(t Cars. No bb-ssin- Through Slcepem from Leaikglou withmit chance. II W. KULLFK, CIJ. UYAN, Gen. Agt, As't Gen. Pan.Agt.. Washington, 1). C Ctiicltitlati. OSCAU t 'Juflc Pa. , Mfir yir at-.- - It belongs to IF YOU ARE GOING Dunn-I!mw- ii J.SOLOMON, .THE. or NORTH niE. WEST, . mmmmmmrttmmwwmmmmmmmLmucmmmmmWmMmmmmmm Louisville a. Nashvillc R. R. Chl-eag- sssWQsBlsCsPiQfc. W" MLEEMMakt " MM Tribune. Hustonville Merchant, And by reading it each week paMMMatMsMaMstasMasWiasMMisl IMMiMaMM I the line for you. ah its .Money TlllUs. &oulle A Krfiifr. Ilickh Mn. Knpec tellh me hho night und found u man went home under her bed. noticed Kuju'e's Mrs. DIx Unit coat this morning was covered with feathers. Truth. Uiilllnr of tlir llourj innoti. She-- It Is right here that I accepted yon, John. Had you forgotten? lie- - My dour, there are some things 1 can neither forget nor forgive. Itlaek and White, Mi-- s. English. Specialist. rorni'i')- - lolesi 1 J. S. APPLEMANM.D.,, tut cn kiratfi) .r of 1'rai.ti c f Mcduinc, Electrical Medical Coilcgo, TORONTO, Nam . .nnn-n- C'VNADA, I')i)l' 1S 1 ian nf the . agaiutit? . Cnshier Is your retainer of the size man wouhl pay? Onee a an imiiM-eii- t Week. Why (If Old So. say you gave up your Hobblns-Y- ou , nigni position for one- mat reqnin-scan't understand It. work? Dobbins -- You'd understand It If you had twins at your house. Brooklyn Life. In the) Triitjrrloln District. '1 lirr llr lllorN. Sandf"rtl--Th- e menu is nothing Hilly Suyo IHi you know, Ml.ss Anglo bu' we may as well begin. You Sum Hragg very Kngllsh? thinks Charlie Wag I know it. When he know ii'Uie but the brave deserve the blows she takes him for the prince of fare. Mrtoii Yes: and I also know that whales. Judge. none but the brave can eat it. -- Judge. I'opulxr Opinion. A MI.TIi: ( Kllss. "What do yon think of the present method of celebrating Christmas?" "I think some method without the presents would be far more satisfactory." Puck. -1 , - lai Utwyer l)odon Dill, you rob the bank, or are you innocent and sinned Make close connections at For all points. Ually Trains LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI THROUGH TICKETS SOLI). nAGOAUTiCMrCKKD THROUGH For any information taoulre of JOES KICK. Agent, Stanlord, Ky. Or W. W. PENN, Trav. Pa. Aent, Junction City, Ky You Will Be Repaid. .This space will be occupied by I r .TJLMES .j mwwwj mmli j eje,-tr.- t, F1YE WANT TO ADOPT A BABYt Stnybo you think thbi U n new business, Kcndlntroutbttblusonupiilicution; It liiMbceti done loforc, however, but never hiive Ukjmj DO YOU furtiL-he-d this one. t lint's the little blaek-atiil-whl- In 1S93, who hereby extends his thanks to the joubuta been ) ne.tr tho oriKinalsampU'M1 Everyone will exclaJin, " Well Kweeti-s- t kiwP' ThU luby etiKruvlntr eun eivo Idea of theenuiMieorlglnal. falut Ihit GoodPeople ofHustonville For their liberal patronage in the pait, and wishes to say to them that on and after January 1st he will sell goods for CASH only and will dty the competition of any one. rrM :.iiYVr MVinL W j. : I :V "jr 'MQ&m uT, JUT Southern Modical Institute, I. Ol II. K.KV. Will be at Myers House, Stanford Tuesday, Jan. 3, and until Noon 4th. Kctwi'un,. "How perfectly Ilamshuk plays the villain," said the star to tho leading lady. "lUi is one," replied bho. Detroit Pree Pnb. &y liuliim ilic year a Kru.lualr of Htllevue Iloariit-a- l l)r Ari'1-ni.Me Ji al Cullnse, New ork Lit) , and the Kloc-tal Mcdnal College, Toronto, Caiiaila. Hi) hat nadea ,"iial tuil) ol thr ilueaaM ht treated li llellevut' ml Charity Hospital lor the K'-ml vcir anU recognlf noaiicrior in i!uj;BoiHy nJ trMtmi: Chronic DitcniM lie dcotea all, lot lime to llietrtulinelit of t.hroni an. I neroui 'Imcatit of Imlh ttxc anil hi Lill a an cxptrt in TicjI.uki well fnlibli. lied. Una clatsol lour wrt I. a w t Tribune, Maud the finishing 'touch,' " said Shadbolt, at. he reluctantly fished from his pocket the htbt coin he bad about him nnd lent it to Dingus. Chioago "This Is Done. CLOTHING, -- Truth. Preserved In Spirit. "You fell in love with your husband because vott thought you could reform ' vrliKh - leuliilly, A atul Permanently Cures in l?jr i I)ealne, I)ilaeaol K)e, h.nr, .oo, Ihruat l.tinco. Kidney, Urinary nnd llladdcr trouble llnsht't Di.caie, I)ibctii, I)yela, ami I'aralyti, CD,li-patio- ute anil Chronic Citsrrli, l(ln;lrijj AIiih lor Pour ,luk. Have you made up your mind to marry tho man you love? Marie Xo. I have made up my mind to love the man am going to marry. J u ry. 1 OVERCOATS, Men's, Ladies' & Children' sShoes? fs?i3 jjEn--A-,-L,S7 MiKKtateil him, didn't you?" 'Let's play you're a piano, Tommy," "Yes, my dear; anil It was a sour, Upilcyei Khcuniatuni said Jack. "You llo down, aud I'll sour mash for me." Puck. tiLi iMiittvly cured. v nnni nr middle) accd men auffennir from Sncr- bang on you with both hands till you matormea, liupotcncy, Kniptiom, the resulu ol sprakluc; from Knowledge. errors or ecekc, anuiiiu can neiore n it 100 laiu hinga tune." Harper's Young People, Hook Agent Where's the man of the w'e suranlee a euro if caso hai not gone too far I (!- The Uslitliiwan1 perfect, iiinltheiwiilolliiw you.no mutter where you btuml. 'Hit thli preatest iialntlliirof Idn Wauifli tint most celebrated of iiKHtirn imiiiIerof Imtiy llfei aro to tx" irlti'ii to Iliume to lleinorcft's l'unillyMuu-zlnwho siibst-rlb1h for iv.ti. Tho reprodiietlons told tiotn tho orltrinal. whlcli cost fiOO. and 'Hie Imby in nro the Mitno lzo i17x ltielu'. e hino nnd alxoliit. ly llfellle lire also In iirviurutloii, to preM'tit to our by IN", other frrent Moraii.Jland Humphrey, FiKhartHUioil'en-world-wid- e LotlU I)cselunir. uiul others of u pillow, iiiul I in the net of ilniuliiKolT lw I inu suck, the mute of which lia Ik en pulltil i.lt uiul llunir iislilo with u trlinnphiiut coo. li r iircmne to send to you. iliiihuir itt.liiruliwt tmnspor-tiiMtilM- I'M A DA1SV." lint littli !. Over there. She's Mr. Ilenpeckt wcedlu' the garden. Chicago News 1 AWYKIt ants office boy: must N- amart j and not uverno to prevarlcatlcg. O. O. l. Record. Aa Syphili", Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, "Ic, The lteatoii. cured by never failinc; remedies Tipped with Sarcasm. Dueaictol women, auch a I.oucorrhca, painful She I don'tsee why women shouldn't Menntruatlon, UiapUcemeiit ol Womb, Inuring Those Chicago fellers make as good swimmers its men. First Waiter down paini in hack, relievrd in alinrt time. The Doctor carries all Ida portable instruments are reg'lar barbarians. He Yes; but you sec a swimmer has aud comet prepared to examine the most oliscure Second Waiter That's so, Jim; they to keep his mouth shut. Brooklyn Life. medical and aurfiital caes, Judge. give no Superlluou-- i hair and all eruptions of the face permanently removed Blood and Skin Diseases. n Warnlnir, Cnrrki ll This "add" appearetl in the Hradford Observer: - house? Gents Furnishing Goods TRTEJKTKS JS.NTO TTALISES. hundreds given up to die. llcunderuv.es mi lucural.Ie diseases but cures quarter. CONSULTATION FREE And Confidential. J S .Medical. Tor lliiltnr, Not for WoraC. Address Louisville, Ky. Al'J'i.KMAN.M. D, "The physician." hays Drown, "is the man who tells you that you need cbunge, and then takes all you have."- Demores-t'h Magazine. -- "On what grounds, madam, do you wish a divorce?" "Why, married Harlow for money, aud he bus lost everything "- Life. I - M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS renown. Take only two examples of whut wedlditiirliiirthepiut ear. "A 1 aril ofl'iiti. Unhid" by bUV and A Whlto Hoiiso aud you will tho ecu llHrriron, wifeot our irouitos nicfui. what Those who :mberllJ forDemort-t- '" Family MaffMzma for 1MU will i)otes a pallcry ol woiks of art of urtatt value, bcoldca a mnot be equaled by auy In MiiKUzlno that the world for il beautiful illUKtratlnng ami mibjcct matter, that will keep everyone ported 011 all the) topic of tho day, and all tho f.idK and iliHuront items of Interest about tuo (urnlsbliifr liiteretluir houselioM, tKudiU-readlnsr matter, both xrnvo nnd pay. for tho ujhI white DeuioreM's U uot whole family: Itu fashion jmjrii" are pera tashlonitan-ii.lne- , irlvo you. fte 0 rihf.iiil the fect, nnd to usedurlntr the year, and In anvelzo you ehoim-- . 4snd 111 jour at oiuw, only $2. and you w ill "Hy tret over $.5 in value. AddrrJtlie piiblbber. Jennings l)omore-- t, 15 Hurt llth rw W. York. If you are utiaequalnU'd with th ktatfazlue, beud 10 ccula rora j.clinen copy. l're-ddeite s rd-A- 'E. i ;Ii ll Teamed for din Unattainable, NEW AfiVKKTIKtUf KXTH. f Sarah Bernhardt loves to tell tho folSt. Louis has hnd a $500,000 fire. Next Monday will bo county court lowingCHRISTMAS KEEPING: story about Ollivlor, a famous Mrs. Addin Young, wife of Dr. F. O. day and u large crowd will be in town. French actor. Tho hitter, it hcems Amerlr-nWsj-CimIiiiiim nf Our IIiicjIUIi, otajifokd, Ky., Dkcemhek 23, 1892 Young, died at his homo in Loxington. RtBtDDnua ah hioh A special' term of the Garrard cir- possessed incredible power of nilmlcrv.' Dutch mid rreimli Progenitor.. o,iuii"o3 uomusau 013ijqvu8 President Harrison, it is said, will lie coutd assume tho voice, gestures II IMS HI A3 wim Is. go to lecturing ou law at tho end of his cuit court will be held on Monday, the and facial expression A of any person hu g an honored day of iCjEjunjo.i W. liruotu!i 20th inst. term. chanced to meet Ono d&y ho called on TUB uorjritijqjuj siqrnpr.v Sujuj't S festivity in our John Clark, alias "Red Cloud," who urn wiior o asic mm for a little more -- uoa 'ony.l At Middlcton, Ohio, an infant child country from the I"l!cuj,,smoivl o llrst, for Dutch CmusTMAS, t!io happiest of nil the fee. was bitten beyond recognition by a was arrested last week for sailing whis- tlmo on an account which had been 3joo( 'pjitQ puc JJtnoiv jo sjri K II g I H ll on lor tiireo years. At thnt ky on Battlo How, lias left for parts un running' iiml tivals, is with us ngain and the usual hu so rat o)Ji8ura saisUtuirj 'utr.j sustsif I re n eh Hugtm moment he saw a customer enter the joqn u3)ioisu'-ay6waNVhomily is hi order, though wo will bpnio Ileer was tho universal drink of the known. not all drought shop and pay for several articles of icj paujc3 s jcqj c oci miAV is to bo hoped that the trustees It the reader tho latter thin time. To one English until the introduction of tea and the hnppy custom clothing, which wero Immediately dewill prohibit tho use of fireworks on the livered. Then wiih lain I'Vi-who has seen as many of the one and eoff?e, about 1030. tho netor heaved n deeo lug wan the com slreots Saturday night. It is not only high of pain. written as many of the other 113 wo have. Indiana has moro Germans thau nnv nion ehntHcieris "What is the matter with von?" In. it seeuis to uomo with alarming f rcquen- - other State. They constitute 55 percent, dungeroiiH to life, but to property also. He of all, hut Us quired tho tailor. degree and kinds oy, while iu the long ago an age appear- of tho population. A fellow armed with a patent right "Alus!" replied Ollivier, "there is a varied. The Dutch Mrs. Saideo Polk Fall Gardner has camera took pictures of all tho basineM ed to intervono between tho joyous occaUAoiij(uno jistpiij jsuurui c U pjuiq and moderate In mosttl,iKnm(t. unui shall never be nbla to imitate!" -- U1033JC sions, when wo luul as ilrm faith in the brought suit against her husband, .Matt housoa in town Wednesday. What he $lll3ipjl3u 3IJX UOJKJ their Christmas keeping a somewhat pro Music and Drunm. -- ojd longed feotirnl. often taking more cjipoiu atj Ad sn jurjjuoa is going to do witli thorn remains to be personality of Santa Ciaua as a child Gardner, for divorce. than a A Mi'c, Urotitl Kienluir. week, ludiilBiiiK In all th "imt.I ti.i...... ui pne onp-porjuHoMi jo juaip seen. It was amusing to se tho olerks alone The House has pa?sd u bill to have. It is a charming little She Did you hnve a pleasant avenlnir thnt they dtwlml or could procure, unit 3iSui Ai3.3 'jUJUiun pjJrJjiJXipi deception, this Santa Claus business, and pensions of Mexican war veterans and employes (to say nothing of the at the Tollivem? oouMiinlng an amount of "strung 3yi)U3l3S C SI () O.S3UJ witter' 4$HJH101V ,. loafers) posing for an adrnutgeolis jh He Yes. As soon as I put my right that would have meant oxcoss to miy tern "h always tecl sorry tor tlio little one from $8 to 512 n month. phleirmiulu than theirs or sition. John Williams, of Triplett, hag arm uruunu WUlSy S WllislMliu put both jiemtiieiiti lmi who loarns too soon that it is all a myth .... nine wen tkUU in t, COIIHIIIII hers around mine. Then she wrenmod. inc. Tho contested election betweon feat of eating 0 quail in JIO and that other hands than old Kick's I lot go, but she hutur on. Her fnLlmr and Broaddus for clerk circuit court uupply his expectations. There is uo consecutive days, winning a heavy wa The old Dutch family recipe hooks eon was ably argued before tho contesting camo in and rrad tho statutes referring tAliiMl rules harm iu the pleasant delusion and the ger. iniiiiy cninpoinidH niiiiu-Inito breach of promise and yes, I had a , ... HBLK SALS CP HOTSL delicate inunltMilutt. i Miss Martha ltoberts and her suckboard on Tuesday ami Wednesday by very nice time, SUIRD1 longer it is enjoyed tho butter. It nud X. Y. Ilerafd. the cooks as well as a go,l ,wlt 0, tll, tho other happy ones disappear fast ing babe aro in jail at Mt. Sterling on a Judgo Denny and Cupt. W. Ilonnlun unpruliunlvo faculty known as MiUJm Wr will She Dorn't VUiy for Hint N.mv. lliip,,,i (Mill In ike liihett Hilmant," Indeed one oon lint conceive enough as time rolls ou and brings us to charge of the mother violating tho postal for Broaddus and Col. W. G. Welch. H. the "I am afraid you do not lovo music. greatest respect for the inenuil power, Ma II. Tomlinson and R. P. Jacobs for tiie knowledge that hie 19 real, lite is laws.. Mr. Keenear," she woman AtOgena, Wis., two lads aged 10 and son and decided in favor of Mason. All a fcclection at the wid, im she finished of the wcru nlwnr--whose cruller- - mid Saturclny, December earnest. walllcM piano. light and crispy In the KioNRil 11 Crb Orchtnl the nM Twenty centuries nearly have inter- 14 years went to a neighbor's house, of the spechrs were excellent; that of withstanding that Uiklng ponders not rrwittty Irtxvn . Ih coinr Iw.t I he llnul "Oh, I do," he unid. ragcrlv. Uiiek anil en tk Kioowl w ill ljn W JJ. "I thought you loolred fHired," sho cgic iKMUors wetc things uukiionit. thai vened since tho cepoused wife of Joseph shot him and took charge of tho prem- Col. Welch was regarded as ono of the IIUCIIA.N'K ' JAM J ....1. i finest legil arguments ever made in said. ien nsn was or homo iimmitao went up to Jerusalem with him to be ises lure, and the rlicht .junutlty of hour cream r I7H.MJB.JK. "I mny have loolted Uircd," ho anA brute entered the room of Miss our court. ,r r rLARKt. taxed, when "she brought forth hcrtlrst .. which ti... 1S V swered, "but I love uiuhk; for all that," Its , II.- mis in li.ilfiiin..-II... ..ii.--.ii. ... .. CJ Jw! r is visiting rela Miss Kittle Palmer ili.L'n.n if ....I. MMikUll. .imj born sou and wrapped him in swaddling Mary Donaldson, at Columbus, Ohio, ra I. 10 unu (Icier Boston ft lobe. mined In each lndlvliliml wise. It ih clothes and laid him in a manger, be and outraged her while she was at tho tives hero this week. Mr. II, A. B. very wi.sy a matter to find aKcod wxik not so A Ot'ltsTHIX oy uwv. Marksbury is in Lexington on htiMues. even cause there was uo room lor them in the point of death. liiUne ilnynof "perfection niugps" and . PkACril At. Three firemen were killed, ono fatal- Misses Lillie Grant and Lizxio Thump inn." It is that event that no aro about nlliimunerof roailymmle prepnmtionii lo Help her. to celebrate, and until this good day all ly injured and thrco others seriously In- sou will leave Sunday for Stanford to and Steam Fitters. etltapH'nr tol)..nfiui thnt Plumbers wirly in the Seventeenth century u'oo.t the civilized Nations of the earth shout as jured by a falling wall at a Hour-mifire spend Xmas. Mifs Sallie Horriug will l I'P.ler. f rWB nn1 cixiks were the rule rather than the ,,.J, did the multitude of the heavenly host, in Albany, X. Y. uxceii Miiiw did jIm l.d, entertain tho Sun Flower Club Thurs Ju,tiry IUmMt M tn vlMli A Hon nuiong the wives and dmiKhtcrs of SINI, iltlective .lrul.,,J "Glory to God in the highest, and on day evening, 27th. Miss Katie Simpson John Clark, better kuown as tho Wdl to do Inlinlitijiiii. ..r . i... v w Mdrairinip. sr Ntl)orlMrnln miuI cii.i.1. ' earth peace, good will to men!" Cloud," was arrested Saturday night for will be .Miss Bcaziey's guest during the v s ..nc Ml miu iiHin whkh tJK.r host (lowers were ex This event, though humble in its ori- selling whisky on Battle How. He will holidays. Mr. F. C lVtry, t Ite vtUwrun Stockholders' Mcetiu. cigar drummer, wan in town tills week. gin, changed the whole current of the be tried this morning. ICiiglii.il almut tho snmo dale do world and brought joy and gladuees into not w fnvuniiily hiiprev--. the modern Frank Veerhees, a Colorado school Mrs. Matthews, of XiehoUsvlll, fc, r A o0,,' lUwMt ' Vttmtt er. Ilflnrs' licmis, blasJnK In rum. nstd Zl? ' "t" yj6 was the birth of a Savior, who was teacher, got mad at his pupils and pull- iting her daughter, 11. E. A. Iwo. it. It U l w" In btai(f.l ni ih dr.1 Wte,4,r htuUfg jaBt mimI iJiicks Mniinertiitj iu their own grwu, to die that men might be saved. Let ed 155 teeth for them. This is indeed n Mr. Burt Spencer is deriving for N. A. iy g),rrinc miiH.f lrcllB u ,B awl hiiKej.Mutiiof leforMirKwirfllj(ukis. to w iIh, I u. OWst KV. ?$k Thompson & Son. Breathitt Brown vn s those of us, who can, rejoice iu a man- new mode of punishment. y iiuMt i,y lxn, of IM Ca.liWr VwH WtfPk ner befitting tho occasion and show our hidden In Injers nf IHM.k fNt mu. then iu town thiri wivk The Louisiana delegation in ConrnnMed Iwfor,, nIL. trv mi idowly tlwit the hap- - gress gratitude by trying to make others think Mr. Dan Call'rey wiil be ap Hit whs all HbMwIxsl lmtHlt Mlt Mii py. MT. VERNON. ROb'XCASTE O0UNTV. pointed by Gov. Foste- - to fill tho late illen of miutoo. msIiIm with So here's a merry Christmas ami a Senator Gibson's unexpired term. iikK in etb,ineiHl do in Yaden Oollinu mid Wits S.imler Urly nurif live Ui iiumWu jwlates. (wnicM happy New Year to everybody. May Daniel E. Sibley, one of the oldest have been liniinl aXcrc!ifiuc!Isc, i i. "1.1. ..... " ..I..... IHIIIIIIIlit MUll. III .111.'., iwl.. .. i ..... hmuI you live long and be happy. Finni and best known dealers on the Chicago i l. iliikiUlnilaul ill i.iiu hiummhi .f .... . .. Win. Arind Has tiontit a lot from And Coalrjr frwla ..u """ . Board of Trade, has made nn assignment, James Honk, "Ik t! ,.,....- - ..r .ti. .i.. ...... xor ",., ","' ,l.. vniv unifies mat Iih '"'"'J i.. , of wrm4 ' near the iho1 inne, and Ir the eickly nentimentalists of New faff rrr lb ptply tfarr.lix u .11 ,,,jv Uw 3 "- thft? or in the ou" of this iuie )' his liabilities amounting to $2S0,22.'5 92. will build. liable iw sppwir i,,,, onr effctiMC unkt ard ff SimforW nn4J iri4trIf l(i York would think less of the murderer forMMnltMiMl lie.ry?n I'liafc. Utile. Wlint dlfttUon ami lMdfend l Ihn nt Hon. I. II. Goodnight, congressman )mviIHp t.rUc thfrald Willis Allen, of Crooked Crook, this and .more of the victim, who in nearly ...mi nwii. innu lilt. oW time KliKlisM cU M turn on Ixiirtn Avcau from the 3d district, has notified Bowling county, caught Crurt. ilOVtt pOHritSH-lan eaglo measuring nine every case is hurled unprepared into the Ferguson (Inapeetioir W frhstnl', ,,ew s When one nsidsor that he will indorse feet, bird measure. presence of the Great Judge, without re Green thetnriwusiiinntlir Milt) Yes. it'fc iuimfDM, lltiaklnw.n. nd holhllty of the vIhihIs and theniiKwm John B. Gaines, editor of the Park City John J. Proctor, assessor for Rockgard to tho agony indicted, they would MIMl htrllflli lit t ... 11.. 1. 1., ould you mlad tollluy me wbo your 111 r """" ni"ll IWIHKI H castle county, died Wednesday morning tailor Is? be in a much better cause. Having Times, for Uirtstiiuts iliitiirr ofAOviMtNHiHi. ntul. Tho Matrons of Nobles, 111 , avenged of fever. He had beod sick but a fewUautfiii&on about succeeded in making the dying ) ' Ortuiiilv iul Snirv. all the rwiKh. not tomr Uiuwir Xlmteeniu W the imputations cast upon them and days. wall, No. otM Waxem trwt. If you century ey.) disreputable iiwryiimklii. l!- J3 i jtfBfflr.": beds of the lieuds feel soft as M1ICII IOIJOUC41 file A 1 -- .H lllur .m.. .1..... Lohmon, the man who was cut all wxnt anythlnir in hi, line toll him I cui donny pillows are, in compirieon to the their daughters by Hugh McGcc by to womUrat the I'uriUiu nvuiMtw entyou. 4 of fwllng good old method of disposing of them gUheringaud publicly whipping him to pieces last summer aim wns given up FcrjruarHi Thanhs, wnnt soiuoUiinjr nnwiMKiofwbleh led loan eirort to replnre till the blood nin from his back. gluttony ami drunkeniuws hv by all the doctors, is now at woik iu tho by hanging, they are now making a defor a innscmeriMle. think I'll irn mm out: of rehcioits Ed Foestle, son of the treasurer of woods. " mul t..i,w... .. ii l. r. n ii iya termined effort to abolish capital order hni one of hUs ordlwai-- nuith. tivlty. onllliiK St. Louis, stole $05,000 of the public Ucm.i Bishop Novels, of Tennessee, has Uanlrinioii. ChtenffoTriJinnu altogether, and throw in a chro-mlug It in adviineo of tho whsoii wtutU. Irom money, set fire to tho building to hide been preaching for the lust two weeks t lie time of the besides, uo doubt. But the world is at Homansand jitrlmps .MjUIhc fiiKiil blurt. his wrongs and failing, he verv sensibly Scaffold Cane, tlium, had been kept as n fituitlirn Uiwr y full of people, who ought in thia county. He will Wife- -I thlnh we ought to Iwyln tin am! Mill clinracter to be translated to another country, sent a bullet through his brain. probably hold services liuro on Saturday'I New Year by turn bur over h iicu- - leaf UtiON after It had soinoof lusold tn . mlu.,1,,1 Gov. Tillman, of South Carolina, has where the murderer gets hi? just dues don't you? nicht. rellKlou. signed the bill giving the railroad com.f atcilin...! The I'reneh were evnr mm Mr. W. S. Jackson, .of Loudon, was ami the worm dieth not. iiinuniiu I uu; Mill! novo n .VttrjreV mission absolute control of all railroads with ns yesterday. Bob Stark is put tlon to make right hero. tbnthir iKliUini and very eHrlymnni fust.il the Ule.it which lm made them the Wife What is that? Thk New York Herald, finding that it in the Stato and providing that there ting iu the now business track here. Mr. Husband Uegin on n now turkey. tutors of nil the rest of the world in table had no show to make Editor Dana, of shall be no appeal from tho commis- H. B. Locsdou, agent, Livingston, has That Christinas bird hi gutting a Utile matters. the Sun, LT. S. Senator, has opened up sion's decisions. To the French I lutnio. jtuChrintnias was been appointed to the agency at Frank tired. Life, American citizens cinnot complAin fort. Mr. on the president-eleca .lay of rejoicing, thanksglvinit. (amllito appoint him Jack Turner iretu Livingston.) llrlglit lUprptutliina. festivity and nelghliorly gasstlnu. Tliry niini&ter to England, or to some foreign of not being plentifully supplied with Rev. D, Lamb and Win. Weber, who Dudely' CancsuokorWo will be mi drank almost uo strong Honors. power of equal diplomatic standing. The tobicco. For their benefit if benpfit it have been suffering with broken limbs, Uicir happy. I will share all your Joy ttnd mild, puro w lues sorvtl but to aid dlg Herald, if in earnest, is wasting space. may be termed the manufacture for the aro able to be around nn crutches. Mr. tlon mul tiiijMrt gnyety to the sphttK ' arrows with 3'ou. Injthe country. Supplied with It is love's labor lost 10 try to make the last fiscal year amounted to KMiierelda l.ongeoffin lint I haven't Harely ml nil whs drunkunnoss known Xathan Bray, of Missouri, formerly of 'iiuiik uiem 11,0 giving of Kin wnH n "stuffed prophet," as Dana dubs him, cigars, 3,210,402,037 cigarettes, L'33,2,-02- 1 this county, will shortly return to his Pot au.V sorrows, ...win i.ru.iiinciii leMlurwnri'liristmas tune pounds of tobacco and 11,1(M,:1 lbs. native Dtnlely-l- Wi believe that Dana is lit for anything but ELEGANT let that worn- - von. with them than uitli tin- oil.i.ihills. ofsnutr. You will hare plenty of thorn after we tho treason, strategem and spoils. and Dutch tlm gifts. lrniHTho rejiort that Mr. Joo llray, a are married. Texas Sifllngs, live of toHtochlldren.wereniarlyalwais FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. J- 1 former citizen of this county, had killed of MineihliiB lo Tnuns aro o00,00D more so called solor drink. A hauutii j Q - A ll I.iirLmI rimnv. C a mnn nceiitcnlaltv in tiujnnr! tirm-oofvonlsoi, or a cask of home brewed diers drawing pensions now than there H. C. Dy sold to Win. Murphy '!;r,l,'a.pil (wl'? h:"1 !uWr". 1,,s ,1!,"h was a favorite gift In ile pm,t Hle. l to be unk- - a joke that one of his West-- 1 -- were soldiers in but active Bcrvice at any bt of heifers it 3c. Hanee out to lunch) And you here was MinetsliMl by a turkey or a time in all tho armies of the governfifty good ewes for Pale. W. M. ern friends started on him, on account of nerer drink, vnn sav"? of eider, whilu ninong the IIoIIhiwI burrei the immensity of Joe's pedal extremi-- l T Her Fiance No. sir- - not even beer. ulst, some p,la tmmn of cheese colo j ment from tho beginning to the close of McAfee, Stanford. -- " is claimed that Joe had ordered LJaX "cookies" or (vsv H,tH Her Papa (suspiciously) Thru mav of ,Loice In, the war. The democrats are pledged to Arion is now the only champion in ties. It a pair of boots, and when he called at tiskyouwhy you blew the whipped ported wlno were most usuul reduce this burden to an honest basis, the hleclioncer family. The HugiHuots. whether from thrift or errain oil' the top of your coffee before , . by lopping off the name of every Bcamp P. W. Green boughtof V. It. Minor the shop for them, hu found them bit- drinking- it'.' -native tiwte.wi.Tu prune tooffer nift of l,' "" 'xperts. Go straight to Huston Nrw's. ting out in the lloor. Ho tried them on. .... ... who is living off the bounty of tho gov- a handsome bay geldiug for 173. llinr.. hii.niin ,.,, ....!.... inoy were oor ,, f llriHrnlti- - Mini (Int. ...,. ,,nk ol,nlc. Having had to -- . but unfortunately after it vas too late, ernment, without right or reason. uiem Senator Kd. Parker haw l....i. l1lMolmnfl Strawber Well. I have made up niv leave their pow.cIou Iwhind them wheu tliuf Mil. alinnm'iL'i.t lia.l i.nna awarded ovor S00 star mail routes. llriiiL; fniiu the iwrM.riiHnn nt n to to '' .1... ,. out ,ui?.d It is at laat settled that Cleveland will Gentry Bros, sold to T. J." Uobinson, down into one of the bonis to on arc not iroing to do It Miignitlrent," So their glfu were seldom ' the pegs and was crushed when Joe in in Mngerly reeeivo 270 votes In the electoral college, of Garrard, a bunch of costly, 0lm. h(lve HJrvUeil eV(JJ those trousers, are you? scrub heifers at troduced hia foot therein. Harrison 145, Weaver 23 and Bid well Me and a brood maro for in lie Ksie.sslon of tlulr doscond 113' not? Mrawurr Mo. .. . 1.. oi made by dolicale bsxrills, Cumberland tap S, Lciiisrile "nixy." With oilicial and unoflictal reSchool Superintendent McCIary was -- Weight aloue will not command a oinjfrriy one won i ne ante to Hear a Ingei'M, palnt.il lacos and fans scieens. and em down last week to .see his cousin, I). K. word you say. Truth. turns Cleveland' plurality is 131, SOS. b g price. There was a pale of 27 uroMcrcd footstools and ciuhlonx. head McCIary. R. K. Weaver is the ouly third party candidate of l.ill He is always a welcome visitTiie United .States. iMing the Ilrliljcrt, friitmlily. steers at Chicago at 3 02 most cos Ooubie f fmly Vt.rdulr, mopolitnu of all nations, has a right to get a vote siuce the war, and he Ikib or in thphe parts. Mr. Audiew Prewitt Husband Did yon drivo all these In I.IIbcI .Now. to tor J5.i.k. u7 extra good ewep, foradopt the best customs from nil tho world and family aro in from Indiana to nulls yourself'.' three or four States entire and several ward with lamb, and two Southdown see .mims ireuiy availed itself of the nrlvl W fie-I did. scattering votes. relatives. Mr. H. C. Weber in at lege. bucks. W. A. Hamilton, MeKinney. Dly fi'ly I IfSyllMy "Let me see your hands." I'. M. j To the roiist heof and plum pudding r. M. A. M. me ceienrateil trotting stallion, home from Louisville for a iaK weeks. of 10 7 IP ...KnnnviKn Thk City and County Superintendents' "Here they are not hurt a bit." A 145 old Lnxland it hasadded 8 iv V 5 Stainhoul, 2:07), was sold at auctiou in Mr. Lee Arnold moved to Laurel conn "Hum! Who held the nail,'.'" X. Y. Unas of Holland, the gay the jolly Santa 8.5 7 n ,..... .V O. JaMIMM Union will hold a meeting at Loui&ville ty. Mr. James Anglin, of this county, prweent giving New Yoik for 11,000 to I). II. Harri-maJJ J'S . Weekly. .IIevnl)-.....or tliulreiieh and the solemn 7 1 Ji J.)ec. 20 30, which ivill be addressed by J.9 : Uhristnms will begin traveling for a Louisville MjWncvillr s the banker. music of the German-- . If tlt,rt. , othcr 1)11 sj No lUrui C'HlM Its lluiir. Cunylim many prominent teachers of the State. 9 wft 4 je 7 41 house Jan. 1st. Miss Hoetner, of Liv KsHl tilings elhiiw hunt, lei us appropriate Xniiey Lee, the dam of tho famnnu 9 Jl Mrs. I'arvaynuh '" . I. unroll aprinci 4 41 I'm most afraid to 7JJ Ttie Filth Avenue Hotel will he headquarI'vilri Are not we the "uulvorsn, Naucy Hanks, the queen of tho trotting ingston, was visiting this place Wednes wear more than four diamond nenk. Uieiii Mil. 4r 7 Wa.ltl.MiN IBOl 4 IJ 7 ters for the union and the latea to memlunkiw uutionF' 1018 lllianji Spring. 45 turf and holder of the world'H record , day. Mr. W. A. Bower, formerly of thel laces for fear it w ill make me J ?w Hfci.i:. Kvkiitson Smith. iSikinjn bers will be .t;S.7" to ?'2 a day. Tho lajf J r ... J5 6W Signal force here, now assistant railrcad nppear vulgar. was sold for ?7, 100. CHi.: 14 i). 34 6 si 1 will mutu a i.ile of ,rsI. on. .MouuUih. lare. IB Heighlife Oh, you needn't bo 404 44 J. C. Furgiison sold his place of 11) agent at Butler, Ky., was with friends li W .1 kavwvll . .. ' ClirUtitiu Carol. i IS iiiram on mm seoro. I'll leu go Xews here Wednesday and Thursday. (141 II 17 rncll ltiN.r acres to Henry Intern, ol Salem, Jnd., .' jii new Tliete Is a trndlUoun! carol of Soinorset-shlro- , " Thk repuhheau eoiiemo to hteal Xo- Ileeord. Atihur 0 51 4 Si .. 11 rt I't'iir SniK'uk hnglund, whicli begins4l 5 JO braska petered out like that ol Kansas. for i 1,700. It lies on the Oanvillo pike, , tlurli. 4S! 954 AithMr II Why lln Cat'Meil M. V. Singleton and Miss Josie J4 5 44 An Joseph was Milmllliiii Spilnk Hiking II SI Tho opposition liad too much of a dead ji '"iics iioui sianioru. "What's the matter with the baby?" IIF l.l-.i- . .CiinibarUiiil Cap. both of the Waynesburg neigh lie htrd itvij io . nnjel .sluu. i 5 10 iviuu to Lehman IJi,w, 'I iiiiMc-- Jiinilieii open Hud Phut game uuain&t them and 1 Of 10 I J usked u lady of a little girl, nhotu baby This nlhtshill ho the blr htlnio M IS borhood, were married yesterday. M. II Juiiclirti 110 cattle, 1,4:; pounds, at I It I6.IO 21 Of ChrUt, tho huav'nly Ivhnr," ui 4 10. : urotuer sno Had understood to bo aildo tliey had to reluctantly give up their MMilUlmro 4 5 Robert J. Beatty and three others ing. pounds, at A) ami another lot of which liiis a xvti ,erry Jingle that sounds claims for U. .S. Jeuatois there. The Mm 11 ni1ur.11. were indicted at Pittsburg on the charge "Oh, nothln' much," was the answer. almost Irrevoront. Then there Is. a pathetic pounds atTsame price. next Senate, like the president, will be I.imvc iilmliirrlaiiil .i.mii. u.', N. . 10 OU p III Spanish air of threo verses, of whloh tl,.. - CmLlii E. W. Lee bought ol Itipy, 0f Law- - of being implicated in tho Homestead "He's only hatchin teeth." Texas .....11 jo p m democratic. llrst is" l.iviiigdAii poisoning. A Carnegie Company oilirenceuurg, i.xi eloji cattl l at in TI ji a m " WincliemiT Oh Hip llitle empty utockltn;, .... 3 4J a m Hilly Maso.v, our jolly "Old Keg," were bought in Tonne.,. ..7i A... .' cial states that i2 deaths have so far re" l.ciui;tiii Su Imitation. ..... I' Uill of the iluinty pair. jo a m ' 1'arli hiiDg up his Christmas stocking and the This makes about l.OOti Wo huiii; heslUo tho chimney - 4jo a m Stranger That's a very fine ImitaAriiv Louiiville . he.i i . .c '1?..' sulted from tho poisoning. .... 7 05 a m 11UU ' When huliy u our enrol " Cincililiali tion of uu old colonial residence. ..nnlulin,. l..ll.. Iu.wu ..... .1... uar- - nougni ... 7 m a uuu ,,uu mo .(, Tiio yenr hius brought us sorrow, mis tall on a commisdion of $1 The word Hebrew now has but one SotTiTr iiouni). Proud Owner Imitation! That's genrard circuit court clerkship in it. So it per head. Advocate With tearn thnt fell liko mill. meaning, and that is a dead lauguag e. uine. Como in and I'll show you eaxe Ciiiciiiiuu J I.. .v"S7. ..m. 7 Jo P "' Ilnvu wo no miillo or creetinc the Is safe to say that there is one happy " l.ouitvillo Col. M. Lewis Clark has ... 8 45 pin e are Jews, because wo aro adherents roaches. X. Y. Weekly. I'or ChritujH como aguhr etruck at Arrive I'arlt 10 30 p m man in Lancaster this Christmas. the Itoby, Ind., race track jw presiding of the Jewish religion. Our religion is Lcxinston ...u 15 p m nil spccuit;. " Wincneitcr judge becj.iiis'j tho association wanted to he only mark of distinction between uu "HDgliiK Up tho Stockinet. ..ii 10 pm ' l.lving.ton The Professor What m S After Mr. Blaine saw the beautiful reduce lus salary from $12o a day to sOO. and other citizens of this country. There thropology would you branch of an" I'orblu In Staffordshire, Kngland, the children 3 30 a m prefer to take up when hanulng j Ciimbrrliind fiap picture of Iiitn iu our last issue ho felt so The colonel doesn't aeem i is a m up their stocking on to kuow good in an impression in the minds of many lirst? Pullman l'.ilaco Car Knoxvillo to Ciiicinnsll Christmas eve, repeat the following gopd that he concluded not to die, and thing when ago The Xew Student he has it. non Jews, and even some Jews, that it is rhyme, addressed to tho good fairy ol without chance.mado ('onitctioui he's with us in the flesh vet. with all Italni North and courtesy to call us Hebrews, thus imply- News Record. Christmas, Mleving that it will Infallibly N'ortli-wal Urand Central depot, Cincinnati We are indebted to Representative Inrouuh licketa on uln m Cuv insure the biinging of whatever alft thi-..it... ing that there is hoiim stigma attached to tiarn. The last murderer worked oil by I). B. Kdmiston for a iV$Oay Depot Ticket efflco. foot Writ moit desire: copy of the pro- tho name of Jew. Wo aro Jews, Vou say that picture in rare. ....... Uritjtsiid rti.uAviut. not electricity in Xew- York was dead in 12 posed act relating to Kor any luformatlon at to Which will be unled by nonn Christmas fay Of Christmas dny roads and loutn, rates, etc. sp- Hnbrews, nor Israelites. Hebrew TidIf by rare yon mean to declare seconds. He didn't eyen kick. Let ine wish what wlh I may W, A. II I. Y, Actinc Grn't ) It is certainly not well done. V ings. If 1 thlok with love of you. IIKNKVA SMITH. 111, llelm AK?, ' You will makouiy wish con.o Judgn. true. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal NEWSY NOTES. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. tar F. WALTON. MB ,,,. I u 1 a .Sd3H10lAl --- 1 ee u-- .Ma-s- ou jasvs aavhi C M.M .i fr ,, : - 31st, ' A- - - """. I STRATJB& CO., ll I fiW Sited x--0- .r .tf' ,, N- w,""""?'l ,r I df-hf- I n- "r-Ki- es. ,,, K,. "'" '' - t.s ,,. -:- "r dln-cto- 'Mw-r.-nro- M 'S,' t. vltn-icur- ." ., I nr rh i..., "l ..... . . General Ilndlnttiak W-- l' office-seeker- post-maste- r. - I red-hande- d ,. "&&: afla. 1 1 I 1 1 pun-shme- nt y o goody-good- 1. I I 1 ,... mm I 1 ' 1A0 li est Barber I t - j ,! , SHOP -- I i j I - - - I et T K - T H !YI h XlVUlIlO K fl 1 . I 1 11 a, 'mi IXlPeG 1 UDi I - i I V? Josse J. Thompson's. 1 .... Mutv-cnbw- i., ,t 1 t( , ub I Yes. A M i f n, S i I. R 7' r'. . . l5 . t, . - r.il-roa- ds !!!-- r j . . , i . .' - . ii-- u ! .i. 1111 . . j l . . 00 1 Sift-iup- s. -- - 1 .1 1 1 .- -- I ' 111 1 11 Glrls.-Chic- nt tivi - i..i.-i- . pass-way- s. -- Knoxtilic, 'lenu. i Wk arc closing out our stock of quoens-war- o The mayor says it will bo tho duty of nnd glassware at coat. W. 11. Wenr-o- tho marshal to arrest nny person Bhoot-in- g Two ear loads of wagons nnd plows at fire crackers, Roman candles nnd tho ft Co. Karris & Hardin's like, nnd those who sell them will be Accounts that nro past due and not Btanfokd, ICy,, Dkckmiiek 2'J, 1S92 Wiioi.k tram of wagons at A. A. War- - paid by thu first of January will be plac- prosecuted. I la vint; derided to quit the meicantilo I now oflcr for alo my whole ren's. '1 hey aro going cheap. Tub happiest person that this Christ- Stock (if ed in tho hands of an ollicer for collecit.o.'W-A.ikTON- . nuo. Bio stock of candy, nuts, fca, every tion. Wo neod tho money that is due mas will produce will be the one who does tho most to make othors happy, us NOW. Sine it Monefeo. pound fresh. McKinuey Bros. Let everybody try and prove tlmt it is PERSONAL POINTS. A Ukoit.u, by tho n hi sic andoloctition moro blessed to glvo than to receivo . Wk will fix you up a nice basket of SatMm. B. F. Johnson has been vory ill. fruit andoaudyohonp. McKinnoy Bros. classes will occur at I) Tun following dispatch was sent from Col, W. . Wklch wont to Frankfort urday, morning in tho College ehnp-e- l. Somktiii.no for young and old at Wednesday. Auoluitaut untertsiuiiiont is assur Millernbntg: "Mies Mary Craig, n beauFor cot ,liiil below Cot. (ST! do not sell UBO( LIMBS at cost. Here are some Miss Mahy Vahniin went up to tho Dunks', ho jowoler. You never bbw ed, to which the public is cordially in- tiful young girl of 17 years, loft bor homo flgureo thu like. in Millernhurg on Saturday nivbt and Mountains yeBtorday. vited. - Dioss Goods worth 2 cents fm 18 conU; eloped with a train p scene painter by Dre-- s Goods worth 20 cents for 10 cent; Mits. It. I). Thompson1, of Loulavillt', is FuoM now till Jan. 1st. gooilH of nil Dress Good worth L'7J cts. for 20 rents; Drons Goodi worth 30 cents for '2o canU; Snow and sleet, with tho mercury tho name of Leon. For several weeks leaHel Uotli worth 10c to viBitint! Mrs. J. W. Bamsoy. kinds will go at greatly redtiewl prices. liJc at 71 cts. Ginghams worth 8jc to PJJc for Gc to Oo; the 20s, is tho kind of weather wo Leon has been eng.igod at Millersburg Calicoes wot th .ic to 7Jo nt lc to Gc cts. . Mil K. V. NoHTiinnil wife have gone Karris V Hardin. Cottons The p tinting scenery in the now opera house. Jlrown Cottons , j to 10c at fijc to 7 cts; Sheeting worth 7Je to 10c for Co to Scout-have boon having since last issue. worth t!o cents at onlv IS fonts: 1 Cincinnati for n fow days. Boots worth $2 to $1.2.' at SI 05 toU.0. Am. accounts of B. K. it W. II. Woar-e- n old saying about a green Christmas mnk During that time be has been very at- M.oes worth $1 to $ at 7oc to JS.'JS; Miss Siit Coxvrr has returned to JJexideK, you will I1111I that I have a lot or other things at wont go this time. tentive to Miss Craig, they having been Ploaso call ing a fat grave-yarHre ready forsottlomuiiL lMrksvilIo from a visit to Pontine, III. Mr. K 0. Fokd nml his pretty brido nntl nettlo now. of the West frequently Keen together enjoying long CONBTAIILK McCoilMACK, walks along t.io numerous turnpikes. woro on yesterday's train, returning from l'oii Sam: oh Bunt. A houto with Knd, delivered to Jailer Owens Tuesday Miss Craig s father and brother nre tliflr bridal tour. four rooms, in WeHt Stanford. Inquire Logan Hooker, colored, to spend Ito dayB drutnmors for a Philadelphia dry goo Jb Ho.no-mad- i' orvhuni at 4H n .lolion; Big Snnilv nt Mo. I have a lot of Canned H. Bknbon, of Middloburg, was Mrt. T. " with that gontlemati for carrying conof HlggiusiV: Watts, coal dealers. Goods, iir-- t clai iwi.v particular, that I sell very cheap for tin nunlitv. Of house, and sho has been under charge yesterday drawing Christmas inonuy ui course cealed weapons. Squiro Smiley was tho of a Last summer she was for school touching OitANOKs, lumoiip, bananas, npples, Cn judge in the enso and Mr. McCormnck Sii.ab Sandiixjk bus moved to the tiwb.i and Malaga grapes, coconnutH, walked the prisoner through tho snow seized with a mania for settiug fire to the hotisu in which alio lived, causing as IVnco place, on tho llustonvillo plko. cooking niidsugartlgH. McKinuey Bros. nud slush to this point. many as four alarms to be sent in one For lliee tfoods at tlieprices There is no uso asking if I enn sell any cheaper. I H" will handle horses. have no time to haggle over prices. Very Inspect fully, Mn. J. Nkwton Ckaio, jh., celebrated day. Sho is well connected, her relatives Siiov, Bob Hatcher shot Win. lutdcB (iKoitot Fi ihiuhon and Mien Uessio by going being some of tho wealthiest and most Parmley. of Wayne, aro visiting Mr. nnd at Monticelln in a fraens. Hades wasn't hia 70th birthday yesterday nrmod, but caught nnd held Hatcher till with his daughter, Mrs. J. K. Bruce, his influential people in the State. Nothing Mm. J. C. Furguson. Will is known of Leon's antecedents. It is Miss Maiuk Waihikn, a Boyle county nnoflicer at rived and lodged him in jail. son, John II. Craig, and grand-soDecember, IM2. hoped that the couple left with matriMcKINNEY, KY. N. Craig, to the houso ho was born in beauty, is visiting her cousins, Misses Sknd ten cents in postage stamps and tho tirston Main otraet below tho Pres- monii! intentions. If such is not the Mario and Jennie Warren. Mnssits. J. C. and Bay Brown, of get by return mail a handsomely illus- byterian church. He is the oldest na- ense, Leon should arrange his temporal Hiirrodsburg, have been tho guest of trated Christmas Book of sketches nnd tive born citizen in tho town nud has affairs, a9 tho Craigs will not allow him poems by Howard Saxby. C. B. Uynn made il his homu thu entire time. He to continue upon earth. Millersburg is their relative, Mrs. B. K. Wunren. in a frenzy of excitement over the af A. O. 1. A. C. it 0. B'y, Cincinnati, 0. ib still halo and hearty. Mia. J. I'. Davh has roturned from fair." Wincheslor, wliero who went to attend In answer to n dispatcli sent to Mrs. A ixmiiiik case, involving about 5100, Tiik llttlo ones aro looking forwatd marriage ami to tho Wnttorman-Ilal- l of tho girl, Ly X. Stookler, Will Craig, TI IE- witii grout expectations to thu Christmas between Ludw. I'illat and visit Mrs. It. Burnett. of Ottenheini, was tried before Mr. John II. Craig, it was learned thnt both tree nt tho Christian church N'ath Mi Ki.nnky, of Central Universi. alteruoou at 5 and vvu hopu none will bo Judge Varnon this week and was decid- Mr. Craig is from homo and that she Store-Roo- m ty, Ud Kevins, of Georgetown College, disappointed. All thy othr Sunday-scho- ol ed in favor of the latter. When the ver- had hnd n warrant for the arrest of Leon and Carroll Shanks, of Centre College, dict was rendered l'illat fell headfore- sent to Falmouth. It will be scholars in totui are iuvitud. aro at homo r tho holidays. Mifs Mary is tho only child most to the floor and wad insensible for Ik, mm the old saying goes, tho proof of a couple of minutes. When conscious- by Mr. Will Craig's marriage to Mi.ss of a dull Christmas genTho prospect erally is more promising than pleasing. tho pudding is tho chewing nf tho ba, ness wan restored the defeated litigant Winter, daughter of Hew Winter, of the We never recorded as few visiting young Sum Owens has presented sufficient evi- cried out, "Mein (Jot! inoin Got! mo Methodist church, South. She was born Now being filled with dence thntit was a be ir sine enough he loosu ein unit red toller ! Gif me lope h re ami is a very pietty girl. Indies at this time of the year. killed in Mlbslssippi. He divided it up to hang musell'" Mismm Fannib Shanks, Dollie MATRIMONIAL HATTERS. with his friends and no man who has and Virginia Bowman, of forTittc editor will leave in a day or two ever tasted that kind of John H. Jackson, of London, and Collie, will arrive to day to spend over il. Mr. Owens snj- meat get his iarty was or the Fact, hoping by change of air and Miss Nellie, tho pretty daughter of Mr Christina with tho loied ones. and relaxation from duties to regain his F. M. Shumate, of treated finely by the Whiih will be sold at the LoWGSt Cash Prices. The stock consists of a Danville, will be marMil. Hakby CiKKiiii vNting his physical vigor and brighten his mental that tho hunt was groatly enjoyed. full aoitineiit of Staple Biid Domestic Goods, Bleached and Unbleached Muslins ried Jan. Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Geor, and is refaculties, both of which have run down James Sprinkles nnd Miss Nannie Ginghams, Shirtings, Sheetings, Flanneh, Prints, Table IXinia'-k- , Towels, Tow clings covering from the elloct "I injuries A MiMUK fAirr by the young la- by unremitting labors performed for the t&e. Our line of Diess Goods is complete. while ruilrondinic in Texas. dies, mi entertainment of some kind greater part of tho year under tho most Pence, daughter of Lish Pence, of Boots and Shoes to suit all. The largest line, the complete aortment and were married at the bride's home . I)k D. I. IV.-hof Kirkuville, pasted by thu young gentlemen, thu kid party trying circumstances Tho rest of tho at 2 o'clock i. m. yesterday, Be v. M. N the Lowest Prices. Men's Congress Gaiteis 51.23 and S1.50, worth $2. Men's Calf t'lpjnh ; entu'dny n rout to Aslmvillu, at Homer Wruy's and the Bain bow force nlso wants a rest and they doseive Boot., side lined, $2.23, worth 5:1.30. Big lino of Men's Soft and Stiff flats. X. C . 'riUnM Ho was Club reception at Mini Kthyl Bear, it. Therefore but one paper will bo is- Early officiating. Hew IL T.Caldwell, son of Ilev. B. ncccuiMtiH-.- l bv Mr W. M. Klliott this ley's, loom to cover entirely tho young sued next week, thst of Friday, and it H. Caldwell, of Boyle, and Mis3 Kate people's amusement plans for thu hoi will be n double number. far. Hancock, a prominent and popular Mif Iamis LirroN will go with Mips idays. The prospect is that there will (iiTtni'Ir Howard to her homo at Ghent bo nothing at the Opura House. The A.Camkmscii, the clever and pros- siembcr uf Nashville society, weie marYonr chance to get good goods for a little money is now before you. Gra-.- it while, e speii I th holidays. Thoothor young engagornunts there, however, after Now perous fanner near McKinuey, was de- ried last Wednesday. W. It. Duncan, clork at tho Com- you can. laditw of tlu College faculty will remaiu Vear'u, folio fust on each other. clared inssno by a jury in Judgo Varnon's court Wednesday and was yester- mercial Hotel, McKinuey, nnd n clever in Stanlord. St MJBBt). County Attorney J. B. l'ax- - day taken bv Shcriil" J. N. Menefee to young man of 22 years, wns married yesleaves this mom-I11Mil. A. T.Tiiau.ok for Hindaboro. Ill . to make his fu ton liM received a letter from M.S. Hart, the Asyluni at Lexingtor. This splen- terday to Miss Jennie Hughes, n splen ture homo. His family will follow in a of Caioy, stating that an attempt was did Switss geut'uman lias been in this did young lady of the same place, who it. kill him at Kingsvillo Sunday few days. It is with decided regret that made to county for a number of years and no six 3 ears his senior. night. He further states that several An uxchnnge lays down the excelman in his section stood higher. Somo tne many friends of this family give girls had left Uieir homes and ho hnp-- p years ago Mr. Cameniech had a slight lent rule that no girl should allow n them up. ned to be in company with them. A mind trouble, but soon recovered his young man to kiis her unless bbe is en, Mn. O. J. BU.UR-K- , of Lexington, numbur of men came up nt that time usual sen hi's and his friends behoved gaged to him, end that she should tinder tho League of Insurance Companies of America, ts here re rating the nud began to beat and stab him without, him perfectly cured. His ia a peculiar no state of case permit herself to be gives no to more than l.'l young men atone town and our cltiens may expect a ro- - giving him any reason. Hart cas) indeed. He imagines himself Jesus .Arc ringing at the. him tune. J ins is one names, but says the men iwHiiltod lurtirm in their insurance. Christ and claims that never until the thought he had been inOne Harrison, a Chicago real estate of the many advantages ol water works because tkoy present has he fully understood tho book strumental in enticing thu girls from of Revelations, which he reads for hours dealer, who wns to have been married their homes. He wants to know what and hours at a time. His desire is to go Wednesday to Mrs. Lizzie Neal. a most CITY AND VICINITY. action to take in the matter. to Switzerland and preach the Gospel to estimable womon of Harrodsburg, was CAKitsand crackers, "Koreitor goods,' beastly drunk nt tho hour fixed, driving C.wiPKNTUi.fc Dalton, ptoprietors of his friends that they may seo clearly as nbout the town with a negro, at McKinuey Bros.' nfter havtimes the Carpenter House, sned Thos. Hur- he does, Chrisl'H teachings. At wurit, ley, manager of the lato Stanford base tho unfortunate man leaves the Biblical ing been robbed in n Jive the night beSiikm. Oynters, slirlmps, weiner fore. The nuptials, which were to have celery at 1. Hampton'H. hall club, in Jtnlgd Varnon's ooutt Tues- theme and speaks of his bride aud once And all the beeii the social event of the season in day, fora board hill of a little over $100. or twice ho has gone to a room of his Finest Xmas presents at lowest priies made by members of the above club, but home saving ho would not leave that Harrodbburg, were permanently postponed. at Danks, tho jeweler's. did not succeed in making out a case in spot till his bride came. Some think m Henry Sire, a rich New Yorker is there-suiA. A. Warren's hull thu opinion of the judge. It was an Mr. Caineuisch'ri misfortune Don't fail U) He was never mar- tampered with the affections of Miss Esof a love affair. amusing trial and there was an abundday goods before purchasing. ther Jacobs aud left her to weep and ance of contradictory sweating. Mr. P. ried but lived togethet with his brother, mourn. Like the majority of of her sex of all woo M Wk have reduced a lino McBoberts represented the plain tills the business being in his name. He is 40 cents for Christmas. ami Mr. It. C. Warren the defendant, in good condition financially and was a she soon got oyer that, however, aud For a Christmas Gift are the ones that will give the most comfort and tlre.ss goods to bringing suit against him for breach of Come and seo them. J. S. Hughes. and both madu creditable speeches. Tiie No f.umer. pleasure. promise, secured a verdict for $2.",000. case will bu taken to the circuit court. A 00011 thing to remember when scat suspicious looking characters This is a great deal better than to have Scikkal tng a Christmas present is to rub otl the were heie tho first of tho week looking had to take the man to get the money. Joiin.n llu.Kiitid Dick Hampton aru mark, unless it is an oxp'nsive One woman lias established her around the jail and appaiently trj ing to two youths who will likely not be advoone. find out something. It was supposed ability to keep a secret. Employed as a cates of patent medicines, even in their Maka your wives happy by buying of us a fine Cloak that you can they were the advance guard of the .servant by a wealthy Now Haven fami Fa uina & IlAitniN have a nice, now mntiirer yeais. Business-likyoung fel- - that Len Tye, the Whitley coun- ly, she married the young heir of tho buy for 5io, worth all of $15 A fine Table cloth, some handsome to bang delivery wagon, u)Oii which we notice lown, they werelnokingout lor a job nnd mob ty negro charged with murdering Miss house live yeard ago, presented him with Towels, a nice Fur Rug, a nice pair of Blankets, one of our that Mr. Hardin is now Mr. "Harding," happened to find a pill doctor wV want Bryant, after criminally assaulting her, three heirs picsumptivo and never and don't you forget it. ed his wares advertised. A lot of pamthe matter to a soul until her but when they found that be had been phlets, each containing an envelope with 1 have killed for my Christmas trade a hall dozen tiny pills, was given them spirited away to Harrodeburg they took master aud mistress had been nicely one of tho large shipping cattle of J. K to distribute. When the job was com their leave. They seem to have gone on tucked awny in their hist beds and their lnRt wills nnd testaiiioiiU had been dulv Bruce, fed since September for this occa- pleted usch deposited in his inside pock- - to that place, where they obtained entry of probate. Louisville Times. to the jail, says a dispatch, aud identi- entertd and weighed l.lKo. J. Vest, butch- sion, ut one Iittiu envelope for his own use. fied the prisoner. Tho negro cried and er. CHURCH AFFAIRS. The boy.s did not read the directions to plead with tho jailer to save his life and , on .Sunday this tike one at a tune, but took all six in Klder Martin's meeting at Cynthi- CnmsriiAS coming otlicial obtained an crder from the. will bu obsei ved as the le- stead, But why prolong the story'.' Tho JLS J9L.JLUKKSJ-A-- fi year, Monday county judge and took him to Frankfort. ana coiuiimm witti io! coniossions. holiday. If jon have a note in bank boys aro alive, but theio is not very This will end the nttempt to get him for! -- Bev. Ben Helm has returned from gal AJpair of our splendid hand-tu- t ned Kid Shoes, a pair of beautiful Lace you had better seo to it Saturday, il it is much of them left. present, but it will take a legiment Jarkson, Breathitt county, where heboid Cm tains, a Lace Bed Set, a the Table cove. Anyone of these articles a glorious meeting of 15 days, with !)con- about to fall due. I'AiuioNt'ii. -- Hon. W. II. Miller has of soldiers to prevent a neck stretching will make her happy and add to your own enjoyment. And if the trinl Tiietin hill found bv Master James filed with Judge W B Carson a pardon when he is returned to Whitleyanforinves- - versions. u. -.uunony win .eavo ior says that -of the imprisonment Tho Jellico Advance Buhl and left with us to bo advertized, from savs there is now no his new charge at Carthage, Tenn., was claimed tho same day the paper was portion of his recent sentence for carry- tigatmg committee His wife will not go for two of Tyo's guilt. Ho has a niece nt morrow. issued, by B. U. Holtclaw, who g.ivo ing concealed weapons, ami he will not t ml or tl,reo week8 have to look through the bars. No one Fast Tennessee mines and it was foil ample proof that it was Ids. -- Bead tho 2d chapter of Luke and Would make the husband or .son happy, come to our Clothing Room of tho murder1 Tyo on tho morning ever supposed that ho would, aud for while you can buy clothing at Bit.t. Kino, the colored barber, foimer one wo would give a good deal rather came tlieio and exchanged his pants and you will see the reason lor the gladneba festal season, if you think the day ly of this place, now of Lancaster, was than see him in such a fix, for we have shirt lor those of his ..ieco'a husband, of this alone for eating, drinking lined $10 in Judgo Carson's court for always been good friends, but the par- Thev were bloody. Tho pipe that was was intended on tho Lancaster " 1,1m o v was lueiuuieu oy a runuing tho toll gate ,.,ir t don only goes tojprove what wo said, Bev. G. L. Bogers, the oldest penKeeper. Josepn Mt. Ash as his property; pike. Mrs.. K. Withers well as most other colored man at . ..!.!. l.t... ... V. S., and probably the old1.... thnt the pistol las A look into our house will show you that we have too many goods StOdgtll, alSO COlOreo, wan nmi uuu, mil. laws, aro merely for the punishment of that Tyo had taken the pipe tho morn- sioner in the minister, died at Louisville from the no was .... 11:11 ,ca lining tho driving murder. The Mt. Ash man est we must unload them. Santa Claus has made our house his poor white folks and negroes. There aro ing of the effects of burns. Ho fought in the Mex- and that mailo to pay the fine. convictions for the oil'onso of carrying described tho knife found at the time ican war and wns within a few months great Emporium for useful articles. We are his agents and we must concealed weapons entered against men the clothes were found aa tho property of 100 yeare of age. I iiavb moved my stock of furniture send them out. lie directs us to defy all competition whetherjat home of money nnd iutluence nearly every day of Tye. Sheriff Meuefce says he doesn't store-rooThe second quarterly meeting of the and undertaker's goods to my now by any means and or abroad. The goods must go and the people be made happy. We in the year, but who ever heard of them tell a straight tale in the Opeta House block and ask fearfully scared the night he present conference year will be held at have about 200 Beautiful Christmas Souvenirs to distrioutc among serving a jail sentence? So far as they that he was the Methodist church Saturday and Sunmy friends to come and Beo me. A set letter, took him to Harrodsburg. Most anya. wardtobe, n are concerned the law is a dead They wlill be given to shose who buy goods from us. If day, Dec. 3L and Jan. 1. Bev. II. P. our friends. furniture, n sideboaul, ol been under the nice rocker, a tho only inconvenience they suficr be- body would have will conduct tho services, which you do not come early they will all be gone. table, a set of chairs, but his talk convinced tho Walker IOiUO nice ing to ask the governor for pardou, who a. m. and 7 v. i. each picture and easel vould make more than likely the will bo at of course, nud takes that much sheriff that he was presents. Come in and see grants it day. Christmas guilty man. time from more impoilant business. them. Mack HuirroMi. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Fiiie WoiiKS at McKinnoy Bros.' n CLOSING OUT AT COST. Manager DrvunodSyBoots, SIlobs uid Notions -- bo-lo- w d Ridiculously Low Prices. 111 step-mothe- r. I MUST HAVE TPIB GASH n, E. SVI. ESTES, jones' Big1 m mm step-moth- rotnem-beredith- at fc.-- Double Opposite Coffey House, n I rt Until-ilto- n New and Desirable Goods uit - Fr-eut- a, Bow-lan- d, t.Pnl t)' The Very Latest and Nobbiest Styles. SCeadquartors for Santa Claus, a- - 2 g Christma Bells, en-gag- Ileal Cash Store, st-- o t Most Useful Articles, Most Desirable Articles, Most Serviceable Articles 1 m e IUSBII Beautiful Christmas Ds men-tinn- ed tnt nPESiCTS Gov-Brow- n iv. i. to-do- ubt 'et-tha- ytKT X IE9 JE3 : J ! 1 .1 "' UNHEARD OF : PRICES. ' m 11 J. S. HUGHES. rj (wt wyiMfgwa.iXtffac,)i Semi-Week- ly InteriorJoiiknal Df.CEMBEK .g CONTINUED. I flllEI) falMSP IRoTTlRS Stanford, Ky., 23, 1892 W. F. WALTON. of any We will rV Hie above Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Silck HendachA, In. digestion, Constipation or Costivcness we can not cure with West' Vegetable Uver 1MU, when the direetlons are ttrictly compiled with. They are pirel vegetable and never fail to give satistac tlen. Sugar coated. Large boxes, containing 10 and imitations pih, jc. IJeware of counterfeit by The John C The genuine manufactured only West Co., Chicago, 111. For sale by A. K. Pen-ny. 500 REWARD. case reward for r By W. E. NORMS. CHAPTER II. JlirS LESLIE. ornr new snd Complete treatment, consisting of suppositories. Ointment in Capsules, also 111 box and pills; a positive cure for Kxternal Internal, Blind or Weeding, Itching, Chrome, Recent or Hereditary Piles This remedy has never been known to fail. Si per box. 6 for $5. cnt by mul Why suffer t roiiv thu tumble disease when a written guarantee Is positively given with 6 boxes, to refund the money if not cured Send stamp for free sample Guarantee issued by A 11. Penny, Druggist and sole agent, Stanford, Ky. Call " for " samples. A 1 CUKE frnvA &! v.' ill aKS il& . m t? . Vircu Tl itfnhl. forexnnwh. ' . .. .. . . .. tiiiirMOft iicll xciln jfi It so happened that wliilp the aboiuiti nW consplnu y just deenbed was being Dr. E C. West's Nerve and llrain Treatment, a hnt.'hvdiu St." James' reet two latlies, a specific for Hysteria, Duincss,r its Neuralgia. Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by alcohol comfortuhly before tho fire in a or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression. Softdrawing room in ening ot Ilraln, causing- insanity, misery, decay, luxuriously furnished death, Premature Old Age, Barrenness, Loss of Carlton house terrace, were dNcunsim; Power in either sex, Irnnotency, Lucorrhtra and tho chief conspirator after u fashion ii STntrtiii. v.al n.ra fnvnlnntarv Losses. Soer- of brain, Self which it may safely be attuned that matorrhira caused by A month's treatment Abuse, that self satisfied nobleman would not $1, six for S5 by mail. We guarantee six boxes to cure. Each order for six boxes with $5 will send have liked if he could have heard it. written guarantee to refund it not cured Guar"Lord Guise," Laily Bel voir was spyantees issued only bv A. H. Penny, Druggut and ing, " is one of tho unfortunate men ole agent, Stanford, Ky, who Hatter thmelves flint theytlmr-ouqhlTwo Unusually Good Offers. undei.-t.in-d I haw wimien. noticed that iieopleofth.it kind invan-ablREAL CHIUSTMAS GIMs. eii.l by coming totipi.d irrief. Some, I'Irst The grent Holiday Number enlarged to times they marry their cotl:s, frometinu- ;publica-tipaover-exerti- on mti!&L $' 2BaAI" aft ..ok rt-i j.cmic. 97-- nr y y $6 pages of that brightest of quarterly s, "TALES FROM TOWN TOPICS," Out December ist, all news and book stands and railway trains, price 50 cents, will be sent 1o all who lend $1 for three months' tion to lal subscrip- The largest, racist, strongest, most sorted and tntertaimug weekly journal in the w ortd. Second To all who will send $5 will be sent Town Topics and "Talcs from Town '1 opics" from date until January 1, 1894, covering 5 Nos of the lnlinitable'fl.uartorly (regular price $ so) and 14 months ol the greatest ot family weeklies, regular price $4 per year. MsTTake one or the other offer at once, and remit in postal notes, orders or New York Exchange TOWN TOPICS, to at West 3 id Street, New York 73 TOWX TOPICS. fact that she's a you from her favor. A Aw cr is that so? I'm sorry to heah it, for I was going to twy to make up to her, dontcherknow. B.0, well, you're all right. The Cholly man-hate- couian't Aflrct Him. Bright She's a man-hater. r N. V. doesn't bar look. Herald. they do even worso: but thoy always marry. Lord Guiso has a holy horror of no opportunity of tolling me, and lo mo so. If it wore at nil wortli th6 troublo I really think I would marry him mysolf, just to show him how very easily the thing can be done." LadyBelvoir was tinder tho impression that she could marry anybody; and it is not for a very humble member of the opposite x to niwert that sho was mistaken. That sho had not married Percy Thorold wan doubtless duo to tho that, after full consideration, she had not choen to do so; that sho hud married that utterly disreputable and nlmost unelvilijsod personage, the lute Lord llvoir, was a proof that her powers of fswcinatiop were of tm msMii order. The power of beauty tit all events she joreed to its fullest extent, Tll, superbly modeled and gif te 1 with a pitir of large, liquid brown oye, which were of n nature (as oyei so often are) to mislead physiognomists, she had shone without a rival during her fir- -t season, and now, at the aio of four-antwenty, was very generally siwken of as tho handsomest woman in London. Her month wrs perhaps a trifle hard nt tinier, though rather in expression than in form, and it might have bwn predicted that in another ten years In r too decidedly aquiline noM5 would and the line of her jaw too strongly defined. Hovvver. as sho herself would havesiid.it really cannot matter mmh what a woman's noe and jaw may look her thirtieth like nfter she 1ms year. She was believed to beoxtremelv wealthy, bnt as a matter of fact jointure did not reach the figure commonly ascribed to it and she lived oxtrux (if suitors she had no lack, ixt was she likely to lack them foraluu' time to come. "But of course it wouldn't be Wih while," her companion s tid quickly. don't unilerst mil why yon ewr think it worth whil to ma!. couqneits of himi whom you don't can for. The proc must Imj very disnntble for yon. I should think, and evrviiody knows th..t you can do it if vmi Wat." "Oh, the pn" in'tso disagreeable. ' answered Livl" IWvoir Liuxliing: "and Ikj doesn't know tint as for Lord Om 1 could do it if I Hked. That's jnst the point." "Are you retJly goitt-- t take of conduHn him thenf' lli-m Leslie nskel d.gttsted d 1 lw-s-e- ln-- r 1 s c ble n v.-it- o-avh- Eif w W C a am 8 OTeasafHLxwaM'jaaawiia Request Ungratlfled. Kitty If I should marry you, Frank, you must gh e up your practice as a physician. Frank That would be impossible. Kitty Why so? Frank I never had any. Dcs Moinc? Register. Ills Obvious Use. Cholly I offered ray services to Mr. Eyson, but he vsudely declined. Fweddy What did he say? Cholly Said he alueady bad one cigarette-holdeChicago News Record. r. 1IIK LAST 1SKICK. CURES KGTlljfjQ BUT PILES A SURE """" P$3 I Frtrsrtdl.niCllir.DSOX.TiYI.OKUt.n. and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 yoars as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. CO., bT.lOCIS. Tk ganJloat POl in tho World I e Tuii's Tiny sugar-coatin- g ssnd persons TTltUvreakatomaclu. Jb'or of tlio larger Tutt's Tills which Ml hare been so po pi .urfor thirty year. Kl70 and coin. mandthesu for the uso of children reTsrrsmall.yctjwsMMBaUthoTlp-toe- s fovi to assimilate, nourish the bodyH and pass offnaturally without nausea or trrislng-- Both sires of Tutt's rills nro sold by all druggists. Doss srnall. VJ Frlce,23c Office, 30 Tark Place, N.Y. . Sick Headache tliey are Invaluable as t hoy cause tlio 9BBtF miles s. vff). 9mmmm $M2'M'3ffl lJHfcsKir 0 fAILEi Say, Murphy? Murphy (above) 1'hwat do yez u ant? Coogan Jist t'row down a bbrick till Oi fill up me hod. Judge. Krnin the (ierinan. A corporal ordered a green recruit to bring him a plate of soup. The latter brought tho soup, but so awkwardly that his thumb touched the liquid. "If "Swinel" roared tho corporal. jouwantto wash yourself there is a horse trough, but you needn't wallow in mj' soup." Coogan (below) The- g&WWAffia&ffl. W& Twenty mllesthe Shortest to Ens6sess3Maaeff 75!llAXCTiSVsr 1 ..v Other fellow. mmw Hurry up. doctor! A fellow 'round tho corner tired loo.e with his fist and hit a book agent an awful lick on the cheek. Doctor Where is the book agent? "It ain't the lwok agent that wants you. It's the fellow that hit him." Small Hoy Life. Huil llewril It Keture. lie How charming you look, dear, St. Louis, Detroit, Chics jo. Michigan Pttnts, Hutialc Cleveland. West, Indianapolis and the Ne n England, Canada, New Yorlc, SVu.Mnntnn Boston. Pllllld 'lph 3. I Quickest lime to Harrodsburg, lllltimore Richuuntl, VIRGIN'IA Quickest line to Trinkfoit Ky bhoitestBind It becomes you ad in that dross! mirably. She Oh, yes! That's an old story. When the season is changing you always discover how charming I am in Magazine. my old clothes! Demore-st's WH3W ISOBARS. , LiihClsonulile. with SOLID VI.STIIiri ED T1JAINS thro'MeridHirmiugham, out clianKC via Chatian.-oaian making direct connection en toute tor Knox. ville, Asheville, I.yni.buri;and points in the wish you would Trivvel Dicer, dollars. lend mo twenty-livDicer This is an1 unseasonable time to try to borrow money. I e Dicer Tho days are getting so short, and time is money, you know. Truth. At Chattanooga for Oanta, Columbus, Wilming Macon, Savannah tun, Charleston, AugusU, A llnppv Outlook. and H.OK! Brunswick, Lake Clty,Thon--;wll- e Newly-Mad- e Bride Mamma says she DA points. 1 he ouly line running solid eUihuled trains with does not think wo will ever quarrel as Sleeping Cars to St Pullman Boudoir or Palace Augustine without change tor any class or pas. she and papa do. sergcrs or baggage. Groom Never, dearest. Selma and Montgomeryi Iluntsville, Decatur Newly-Mad- e Bride No, she says you Florence, Memphis and AHrCANSAS points. Mo Shortest aud quickest to Annlston, Selma, ORwill be much easier to managu than NKW bile. Unset connections made at LEANS without omnibus transfer for Calve ten papa was. Harper's Bazar. Houston, Austin, ICugltsU us Mie speaks it. Miss Snobly Why did you speak to TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. vulgar Miss Newcome? The enly through line to Jackson and Vicksburj, that Miss Van Million I took her for Miss Shrcveport La., making direct connections Ms.. omnibus transfer for Dallas, rort Worth Uppish. If I had known who she was without Austin, San Antonia, El Paso and paints in shouldn't have known her, you know. TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. Puck. Currying It Too far. For through rates, correct county maps and tu information call on Agent at Junction City, Ky "This is carrying a joke too far," reor add,.., AKt..JjeVlon CuV, Ky marked Osgood, after he had visited sevd.j. G. I'.VI.A., d. miller, enteen newspaper offices, at all of which TrafficManer, his Joke had been declined. Des Moines Uincicnat!. Argonaut 1 Trivvet How so? Wards. : Dorothy v.is a g'rl of 18. who had Ik"i I'mt' .t ni ro London by h- . mother to l presenitnl nt oue of i'. iirt drawing rK)ins of the your, and to make her debut in society, in so far a society might prove willing to open its doors to people who had not a gre.it many influential acquaintances. Whether Lady Belvoir ought or ought not tol included in that category Mrs. Lehe was not quite sure, nor had she felt altogether easy lout the intimncy whii h had sprung up Imtweon her daughter and the notorious lady whose dower hous was ai'itated near their home in the north. Dorothy, however, was givon to forming her own opinions and clioosintr herown frionds, and Dorothy likotl Lady Bel voir, althfuh she so little resembled her. What was jierhaps more to the purjwse Mas thit Lady Bel voir liked Dorothy. Lady Bel voir may have luid her good qualitien if so, they were not very jwrceptible to the ordinary nuln intelligence; still, sho may have had them, lecnno almost evorybodv has r and it is conceivable that freshness, g and an faith in the precepts and doctrines of tho Established church may have been attractive to her, as reminding her of days whn she herself had lieen equally uiidophNticated. In any ease sho had mado a friend of this girl, who, it would perhaps 1k both untrmcious and unfair to remark, w.i not iretty enough to be her rival. The standard of beauty seems to vary as much and as often as do the points of a dog, so that it is really impossible to tell from year to j ear what will t.tke a prize; but even in thee days, when irregularity of feature is esteemed a charm, it is probable that few ieople would have said in o many words that they considered Dorothy Leslie a pretty girl. On the other hand, a great many people admired her very much. Her iron gray eye?, at all event, were worthy of admiration, and her dark hair giew abundantly. She had, moieover, a neit little figutu and a singuluily pleasant voice. In answer to her question Lady said: "PI'- - I don't know; most likely not. have known him for along time witl out having taken that trouble. Ju-,- t at pioeiit I am rather provoked with him because he is under the impression that it was ho who broke up my engagement to Percy Thorold. and I am sum he is hinting as much to eterybody who will likten to him." 'Had he anything to do with if?' Miss Leslie asked, after a pause. "Not he! He did his bout for Percy's sake, of course to jieiimudo me that 1 was going to make a very great mistake; but I IumI found that out without his help. There was a time," continued. Lady Bel voir with a retrospective yuwu, enamored of "when I was wriou-l- y Percy. He was a good many jears younger then, and I was very young indeed .t more child, in fact. I remember promi-in- g in a vague sort of way to marry him some day. Well, then I linuiied poor Belvoir, and Peivy, like a good many others, was shocked. I didn't see much of him until I was free again, and then he came back, and I was touched ly his constancy, and so before I knew whoi e I was, lo and behold, I was engaged to him! But it would never hao done, lie is a good fellow, but he has old fashioned ideas and he has gouo in strongly for jiolitics, which lxires mo to death. Besides, ho disapproved of my ways and style of conversation, and ho took to expressing his disapproval, which was in toleiublv. He pretended to bo quite cut up when I told him that I had had enough of him, but in reality he was just , relieved to bo sat at liberty a I "Already!" vhe Niid. was. We are now the best of friends "Already what?" lie inquired. I think you would like him, Ihhmiik 1m "Already consoled. Don't mind me. 1.1. is awfully clever, and takes serious viev pray: mj vamtj is L-l- titn-do- unque-tionin- -- Bel-vo- ir of life, no you do. nnd ho is going to' bo primo minister or something of that kind before lie dies. Com. nnd moot him some evening nt dinner, will you?" "Thank yon: I ahonll liko it vory much," answered Dorothy. "But but does ho still wirao to dinner with 3011?" "Ho will if I ask him. Why shonldn't he? Wo nro cousins, yon know, and, as I tell yon. we avt very good frienda. Added to which it would be n little too ridiculous to allow one's self to bo cut b' all tho men whom one has been obliged to throw over." Percy Thorold had never had the least intention of cutting his cousin, nnd sho was not far wrong in her assertion that the recovery of liberty had been jus welcome to him as it had len to her. That she and lis wcro tho best of friends was. however, not quite so accurate a statement. She had treated him n little too badly for that, and although he no longer loved her he had been in love with hor for a great many years. He was glad to have lveon jilted, but he could not altogether forgive the jilt; nor, in truth, is any man likely to forgive woman who has destroyed his faith in all women. Nevertheless ho accepted her invitation to dinner for the following Sunday, his chief reason for doing so l"ing Hint he did not want her or anybody else to imagine that he wn brooding over his wrongs. Dorothy Loslio recHvl a somewhat hesitating permission from her mother to bo present at the informal gathering. "I don't quit like Sunday dinner parties,1' said Lsslie. who perhaps did not realise th dltlh'uliiese.Tperienced by modem in meeting their friend" 011 any oti l evening in the week. 'And I t!ii..l!," she added more ren&oMnbly, "tint Lady Belvoir ought sonwt itues to ask me. She seams to forgot mv existence." Ladr Belvoir had not forgotten that tliere was a Mrs. lxtdie; Imt hor impression was that Mrs. Leslie was a lioro, ami sin would no mom have thought of asking a Imre to one of ler little dinners than of offerin uneatable food to her jruontn. Tlnve little dinners, which she had taken to giving since her widowhood, were in fair way to become famous. She had a chef who was master of his craft; she "knew everybody worth knowing" according to a phm which may jierhaps be misleading, j et is accurate enough for its purKMe and without giving herself much trouble about it she was always able to bring together jieople who were likely to get on v'll togeth'T. Pei-'- y Thorold. for example, got on remarkably well with r.Iii-Leslie, whom he took in to dinner, and in whom he was delighted to recognize a girl as yet untainted wPh "the something tliot infects the world." The world, at uhich we are all apt to rail as we approach middle age. isdouht-leswhat we chooe to think it or make it. In the opinion of this rising statesman it was a melancholy failure, inlutlv-iteby millions of toilers nnd miliurers. and governed by a few thousands who, njKjn the whole. Used their power selfishly and unwisely. He wa n Conservative because he believed that. lad as the rUting state of things is, it would lie oven worse were the toiling and suffering millions to get the upppr littiid; nt lnwrt and in theory he was probably an ndv'uced Iladicnl. Tho upper t law, to ho himelf ixdonged. he conoid wl. ered to bahnost. if not altogether, rotten allowing it no virtue save that of courage, and foreseeing without desiring it inevitable suhmerMon. Prolmbly have entertained a higher opinion of it if Lady Belvoir had been a good woman, but he Ii.mI not pushed self analysis quite so far us to hnvo divined that circumstance. To such a pessimNt it was naturally refreshing to encounter a young woman of his own station whose ideas were simple and direct, who did rot affect the uninformed skepticim which has Income fashionable, who had bnautht a tolerably clear intelligence to bear upon contemporary politics, and who did not in the least desjuir of the future glory and greatness of her native land. "I think you are quite wrong to sneer at politics," she said, after she had led him to confide certain views of his to e her; "and I don't believe you are either. If you are really convinced that all your party or any other pnrt cares for is office, and if you yourself don't care for it, why do you waste your time in the house of commons wlten you might le hunting, or shooting, or budding roes, or nmiisiug yomself in some pleasant, healthy way.-- " "Becauso I am idiot enough to be ambitious, I suppose," he answered, with a shrug of his shoulders. "Because, liko the other fools, I really rather enjoy the idea of being pointed at and gaped at." "No; because you hope to leave the woild a little better than you found it." "Oh, I am not so ambitious or so sanguine as all that," answered Thorold, laughing. He shrank, as most Englishmen do, from arcribing high motives to himself, and even from hearing them nscriled to him. Still, he knew that the gill's estimate of him was true enough, nnd how could he help admiring her penetration in having discovered a secret which ho had been at such pains to conceal: I le found, too, that there were many points in respect of which her tastes were identical wirh his own. She was very fond of music; she loved a country lifo; sho did not particularly wire for what she had seen of the society of London, nor was sho more passionately devoted to dancing than a girl of her ago ought to be. All this made her a pleasant companion in spite of her se., and after all it was not tho joor thing's fault that she had been born a woman. As for the other women present, they worn women of the world, and by that fact alone odious for the time being in Thorold's eyes. Therefore it wjis that ho scarcely spoke a word to anybody but Miss Li-the whole evening, and that, when he took his leave, Lady Belvoir looked at him with ;. peculiar smile and raisod eyebrows. M. legi-litoi- 11 1 ne VolHtnes of the Magaaiiie btpn with tba Nambers for Jane and December ler coch'vear. W Iton no lime Is irtlillolird, subscriptions wilt begin wllh (be number earrrntat Ike time ol I TO DC OO.VTISUCD. el osder ilonnd VoiHinoa ef Haiprr's Mag atilie lar three yeais bark in neat cUtn bimling, will be sent ijymml put paid, on receipt f $1 o per vwlurne CkHh saws for llnllng, Jo cents Doslrod Information. eiach by mall, ptst paid. l"iXi We desire te impress upon the minds ol the pub. 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Ulasteutrd in lis pages, lis rnolribuisens being from the best writers and artssi ih this esmatry, It wstl rantinue ta eav4 in Hteralr. ness and lUasttatbans, all other pbbcatiosvstarila rUs Du-Im- h d, tlrst-clnss wounds of that kind. Yon see, my dour Percy, I haven't the shadow of a doubt that I could whistle you back if 1 wished which heaven forbid!" Thorold' laugh did not very successfully conceal his annoyance. "Von have my full pormiasion to try," ho could not help saying. "Thanks; but I won't tako advantage of your Koiioroalty. I hnvo too vivid a rocolLction of certain lectures. Yon will never hnvo to lecture Dorothy Leslio, who is nice girl in evory way aud will suit you admirably. I have much plenunre in intro hieing you to her mother any day you like, and I shall at once begin saving up my iwket mousy, so as to 1h able to buy n handsome wedding present for you. Good night." Thumld did not trouble himself to contradict her. He went away with a comfortable conviction that ho wns now entirely heart whole, and tolarubly certain of remaining so. Still, regarding Miss Leslie, as h wis ablo to do, in a dispassionate, jwtonml sort of light, ho quite agreed with Ludy Belvoir that sho was a very nice girl, and he was sorry that tnoro seemed to be ,o littlo likelihood of his over meeting htr again. 11 sh'-il- l 1803. Harper's Magazine. ILLUSTRATED. nutntain the unilvalled stamlard si estellence which hat eharactfilml It from the beginning. Among the notable features offllie jtaralllbe o new novels by A. Consn Doyle, Constance Short stories WhoWhi aad William black will lie contributed bv the most popular wrlli ra thoday, imlwllng .Maiy K. Wllklns, Klchard llardlni; Davis, Margate! 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(oitfotio of the World's ColwmbtaH I Newspapers are not la copy ibis advertisement we wjhIjohio Hie rtBubsr prliois joe, but Srelheis or?er id 'Itstper ou will wllbaat have on- - vtemakc the price asssalisal HAKPr.H Address llltOTIIllKS. a work of Art hh4 a talwc l be orlsed. It aed it Xew York coniaitw full porje vlcwt.it the Kteat building, wlindcscrlptscusof sasae and scsecall lo linr . itheit style .l art. IT i.it latUMrd with It after ym It we will refuhd the stamps a ad let yea A Cs , keep the hook Addrcs II K. Mackl.-Chuai.o, IIL kave used lr Kuif's New IWv luc tf ri pilln teispra .it 1893. 11 siu-cet- home It gotofrrbnoi III' lather concluded to try Lbam heiltln's Pam Mains on the twy It arn cured gives the ftstlestend latest iwfoimalioii aboul and Hs aiimeroiis illastrations. Pans Jietgns aided tH nsllcs 10 ichwol him aud he bas since supplements are indsspenksble an.1 back rvere schoul da. 50 ceat utiles for and pattern sale by W II McKobeita, HrMftXist, Staafotd Ky alike to the home dee asakrr ami the professional Medlslc Xo esptn.e ss spared lo make Its arIS O tistic attinctivene "f the highest order lis The laws of health are iaai;hl In I be rwbOMls. but bfigbt maims, amusing cotHcdiea and laoukbtful eSMSsaallsfy all lastes ami lis last page IIhiimh tvd in a way to be ot much practical Usdll and rait are never illuslrated by living t sample' rvbk la as a budget of wit and haiwir In isot weekly la inlerpst ta evetvthlnt; Is included which many aies mlRht easily be done 11 some scbl wutarns I he serial hr l(o will be written by ar bo lias just ccntianetl a cidd was lirttught M-- Walter llenant "d Kdna I.yall Chrisllae Ter re tie sihoul vo that a'l caald hear the dry, loud series cnli Its sluninaure, sec the thin, hane llem'k will fainwk a practicaltlltvb Tberne couicn and Lsn (iracc King, whiu coaling on the tnsuv, ami later, as I he old lied Attkelwlel' V heeler willbe fisquent Miller an 1 Candate deseh.id see tte prifue watery espectotatkn I he work ot women in toe Cnlumbun ane thin vraleiy discharge from tn nine, WM ohc II KpMlin will. be fully rcprcseMnd by many and of them wculd eer forget what Ibe firat '1 W Iliggintwn, in "Women I feu scholar sliould Iben be lustration ef a ruld were ' Cuj;h Remedy Ireelj . that Men. wiH please a ultivattsi audience given Cbanberlnln ould ke all a.iahi see that etcn u severe ciild iiAKPK'8l!i:KIODlCAI.S curetlln one or two days, or at least greatly miti wf . gated when properly treated as sm as me nrsi '1 his remedy is famous for It r sjniplomsapi-eaPer Vessr. cures of toughs, colds and croup It lsmade es Harper Magaame .. .$4 ess pec in II y forthee diftenset and is the most plompt . ....... 00 Hariri's Weekly.... and inmt leluble medicine known for the purIW- -r . Harper 4 H pose as and 50 cent bottles for sale hy . . j 00 Harper I eusg I'issple . ctls, Iru.Kitt, Stnnlord. Ky Postage Free in all sabrlbers In the failed . ww e Slates, Canada and Messes.. 1 r pain in the stomach, colic and cholera morbus there is rolhliiR better than Coamlierlaiu I he V 'usnr of Ike hegin with Ike bn! Cholic, Cholera and Uiarrtu-- Remedy lor sale Number for January of each sear When no time Druggist, Stanford, Ky McKxherl ly W Is mentioned subsiriplions wIM begin "with Ihe Numlur curient at the time ol irceipi of order. IIouihI vidunves of Harper'. Ilaxar for three jears la.k, in noalclulh bifxling will he sent by mull, wmu prjd, cr hy espies., free ( rapense in pnrviiled the Ireixlit do. not.etceed t pel volume) fur J7 per volame Acres, iich. Cloth Case for each volume, .tillable for bind Ifsod hefere the IM rtjjanusr productive, and well located Apply In a ing, will be sent b) snail, j nt puid, om leiwpl wl W K. VARXON Stanfenl, Ky ' i each. 71 e shoabl b tuwle by lli'mltlauces ' .. al loss, Mwiiey Order or Draft ! anl .0 NewpJpe'' ire I inuipi h, .1 Iserti.ement v l".i willimiilhee p cs ' rofllarp 13. V. nh-kvu- s, A son of Mr M I) Pu.ser. a inert baal of Olb-laliaso badly aSkled with ibeuam-ilsX C . w to be unable to wotk, or for a year r more Harper's Bazar. al ILLUSTHATED. Harper's llaiar is a )oerrl for the f ym-ton- ts 1 1 IUr Bargain Lincoln'Jounty Farm 1 Pwl-efbe- I DU PEiNiXY ilhel-Ad.lie- n HARPr K llM) I III-R-- Dciitl.st. OITce South side Main sirret, in offue recir.lls acated b) Dr. 1. V Huffman, Strnford, h Ntw ni. hustm oiisiirr. Stockholders';Mcetmg. A ineeling of the stockholders "f tl e I ir t tit 11 11 H ink will be held at their luril lit i in M.nloM mi the cnml I uesday tn J 1., , (or Ihe purweis ol eleililu 11 HdlteU-r- s 'IW II M. KMIN the ensuing j ear 1 . , i.l N 1. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM r f I s Ir t VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. 1'r.psr.J MONUMENTS lf,all binds. FOR 20 YEARS 1 1.7 Made and Set Up in All.Parts of the Country. No sor.n Itllll INIIMIX.TiTLIIK vniYwiiiCt,, NT.lUf hk. 7ILII. IH. A5entiteiiipli)nl 4 rc-'-m SON, W. ADAMS & I.esingtor, llroadway, 1N0. Ky Scientific Amerlcafr Aflency for DISSOLUTION NOTICE. sirvus ol settling our old will er IndKbted to II. K .V W II. Wearer Co , fmd at the their accoutili with W II. Wearni- X of business. same pi.ee lire Ilasuie dissolved partnership wear.d all very de custom. liusineM, isSBIEB , Mj....! lie ESTBAY. him !y"ru) ingfVlor sears ald. Owner can this notice and my feed bill. MIDDI.KION I.VX.V, Majwuoil, Kj. gV4t IliiiMiiWAr, NfcW Yoiltr. Oldest Imreau for aecurlng patent In America, .rery patent taken out by I brought liefom tho public by u notice given freo ol charge la tba 11 U.Bii ifiainr.01 PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, ato. Tor information and free Handbook wrttn to Ml .N.S A CO.. ."s.l OESIQN VlaAnsV rTeatov CAVsTATS. III.ACf; HOliSK, There same in my farm about two week iR ago a ( a-- st Innda hili9ndabout u Scientific E.'-'ii'- mcnca I pof -t laircer t elrrulat Ion of any icientlnci paper In tlia world, hiilendldlr Illustrated. No InlelllBent - Weekly, 'i''0 ninrilha. Addreea Ml.NN A 3 'i. l 3Cl llroadiray, New Vork. "'' :.l K w2saAasiajal zr-T-- &Z&Z2 - got awuy down in the blues I went and ho cheered me over to Woman of Drnlmi and Norvo Who up by telling mo what tough times ho Mako Blir Monoy. had at first, "I was glad in thoso days to do tho They Are at the llcaiU of Varlou Trade cheapest work, filling choruses, ballets IlowThry Martril and rrofeilon and spectaculars, but now I am in it ad What Tliejr Are Now with tho best of them and to stay. I I although I SUCCESS KNOWS NO SEX. wsi uphill in work,profession, hut knew when everybody the Autobiographical. IcorriiioiiT. IW2.1 buslncsn head upon Iter Miouldors; that at tocM. hho i a bad schemer, a worso executor, and only capable of routine work. Thcyluno un Improtodon, also, that a very general prejudteo ngalnst woman In business provontw her development even In congenial linos. These pcoplo will learn homethinjr from this article, becmutu thoro aro women w 1th ideas who aro perfectly capable of ear rylnjf them out, anil clever woman Ls In just as much demand una brainy man. Success Unowft no ev; originality and force of ideas count alwayn. Women in New York nro doing something besides being journal Ut, doc tor, duntwtA and n handlers of pixullr to i they v'lolr have gone into tlio eon siting' nud gotten down on their elixirs to the ,Wg ledger; they 11 Hitp-plie- great many pcoplo labor under the delusion that woman doos not carry a own my own homo and have taken caro of my ftttnlly all these- yenrs, and you may bo sure that I am one of thoso who believe that a woman can make a go of anything if she's a mind to." Miss Elizabeth Marbury is In something the same line of work, though she deals with plays instead of people. Instead of placing a heavy x illuin where ho can do tho most damage and a - eo m o MIIII'V , 1 y sou-hrett- o a trim figure nud a where t III! IT rrfv jT w be-x- s have presumed to irgaidiw Mtm-for prMl. ting, buying iwh! wiling, quite on if thev went to the business born President of the Mary If. Sajmour Pulil tailing Cnmptiii.v. MUa Seymour U tin founder. editor mI mJllsher of tho llitidneos Woumu'n .lourcai v&l the liewd of a stock eoiiijmny xmhHm(1 entirely They intend to make of women owt of t hot r ven turn to enough own an eutlm block U le ocen;iil them." rlna'vely by women f the different Mlaa Mary Tillttitflnist, tho famous deirofi's,iiina. nod to tl.eir pr.slonl Is signer, the first, if not thu only worn- is due much of their cilhttaiasn in thu un in America Ml direction Sejmoar U an in her line of - i i i tMMiuui. juat In hrr pwork. She was v.vkntH ami eitlbl. and rvry rm the daughter of Wrested In the development. f h r a wealthy man "I was lent on Itelng a v,ril't!o- -' w ho n it i s wwd ahe, "Hitd Itegui roa'.in rVm paltry days on-- i when I waa thirteen Tbo Or.t m mon raged her I ever earned vu .it t fir tvtotn art.stic tastes .lrnnte .li'ne, Hud I tell ) tiut by giving her lookcil v v big to nc had iro i six years abroad teaching tiimlly. but it dkl-- i ! n rn in t It o best with me an I waa au invalid for a wur studios, where I hetfttu t ' after it Whllo I wok hi she wo rk ed AONUMIll.n.VMll.. write for thu paper ugulu. and studied ,1I(nl f(r hhwr now stenography as an hhi to jmrnui'-loveofiuWhen got ii1kuI I went to nork for the father died the daughter was equal When the only woman stenographer then in to the reverses and began giving paint New York for nothing a month and the ing lessons ut fifty dollars a quarter -I did an ollice box's wiirk, experience the first money she ever earned. Then even to sweeping out and running er- she went Into John Lufr.ige's study, rands, but learned a busbies routine virtually as u partner. It was she who tint is of vital Importance to a woman. assisted him in decorating the Cornelius I wouldn t work on .Sunday, though, Vunderbllt house ami received thirty and that stood iu the way of my kIng thousand dollars for a sjH'clal tapestry taken Into partnership Then I ml tip which she had designed und patterned. stenographer for myself, but I was The next wonderful thing she did was o nervous over the work that I fainted to win the competition for the design dead away at the II rst reference case I of thetiraecehuivh memorial windows, took lly and by when I wan accus- and though they hesitated lo ghe the tomed to It I got so much work I had to contract to a woman, thinking she sit up 1ml f tho night to finish it and would not be equal to the mechanical once. I worked twenty-sihours at u part of the conxtruetlon. her design ntretch to finish a casu I had promised was far and away so superior to the nt a certain hour. As my business grew others that art triumphed over sex, I 1ccamc interested in helping other and those beau'.iful windows were the women, and till told I suppose I havu beginning of many of this lady s detaught at least live hundred stenog- signing. raphers. I had six copying ollices at Agues Murphy Mulligan is the. only one time iu the. different big oftlco the New York real member buildings, but I gave theui up to take woman exchange, ofand was taken in as a estate hold of the Journal. member because of her extraordinary "I believe iu business women. They of property in the unne.ed disnro more faithful than men; don't take sles trict. advantage of busluesH secrets to steal entering my father's of"I began tips and speculate on their employers' flee us an by of his ill assistant interests, and of the hundred and one health," she explained, "and after three embezzler, who have violated confiassumed entire dence and the Ten t'oinmtuidmcnts not years' :ipprentieiihlp control of the business. I built this one has been a woman, though then coxy guess, little otlice, as an hundreds of them in Xuw York because it looks like you might room, a reception handling other people's money. And bnnincss-lik- o wife and want to say one thing with extra em- except for the like to work, but I want typewriters. I phasis, thai is, that nnv woman who to do so in as comfortable, artist ie surknows what she wants to do and how roundings as possible without detractshe in going to do it eau find or make a dignity of the concern. place for hemdf just as successfully as ing from tin plucky, wideawake littlu woman This if she were a until." years old now, but Mrs. K. I Fernandez. Is the only is only tw woman In Now York who is the inun- - her success Iih leen phenomenal, while other agents were speculating on ugerof a thuulri two tracts near tho outskirts of the cal agency, and eity she quietly stepped in and sold one she has about for 4IOi.l00 aiid the other for flt.'.OOO, tlio prettiest juat half an hour before the hind was . in the bulletined in the Ileal Instate exchange. If y tin When the men found they hud been cirto so e want cumvented by a woman they edieored -if tsplcndid represVU her right hear lily mid then iinaniinou.s-l- y entatives of the elected her to u miiilership with .vs'fK.jn au raee h u in V them The $115,000 tract she afterward VTyCS t h e r u is t he vv "s sutidixidctl for the purchaser and resold place to go. lb r Yf a for 1 .'04. 000, so you sec she has the true walls are pabusiness grit. pered with picJIIIS HUN VMO Mrs, T A. Lynch Is the woman jewtures of handsome actors and beautiful actresses, eler in New ork, and In r big corner itlt hero and there some of tho sweet- b u 1 d i n g on Uroadway is a est babies that over grew. Mrs. has long been kuowu as the brilliant ti to one "mother of stage children," and she looks it. A comfortable bodied, whole woman's know bo tiled, kindly faced woman is she, edge of dla th a vast store of reminiscences. nionds for that "I have been in tho profession all my is the corner life," she said, "and my parents before stone of her. me, so when I found myself obliged to "Women aro stay at home und take caro of threu instead of one the only thing I had to p r o v e r bully A turn to was some branch of stage work. fond of t h o MRS. t. i.vxcti. My little daughter was playing chils p a r ic I I n g dren's parts, and I made a specialty of gems," hho smiled, pleasantly, "and not preparing children for theatrical work; u few of them put money Into them inbut Gerry interfered with that business stead of banks and bonds. I not only to a considerable extent, mo branched mako money out of their value, hut out to Include the placing of grown pleasure out of their beauty, ami you people. You know, nil tho companies may find nio in their midst at my store are filled through agencies, and, though ut almost any time of every day except a great many women had made failures Sunday. I do not care for social life iu rying tto establish agencies, Dan- that Is tho means of existence toother havo a largo family nnd we iel rrohman suggested that I see what women. I could do, and offered to help me In are happy within ourselves, but If there very possible way. for thrco years It i is any entertaining and keeping up a k com-panic- wi mirr VOftnamifav y"'ud . 8i VMoriL -- known the touch and aiiH'll o f in a c h n grwso. nd they 1 lories ! mry nr.UAiir.Tii maiiiiiuv. Marbury disposes of plays when she can find a good one. Miss Marbury is intelligent and practical; more than that, she has tact enough to get along nicely with onthushuiUi without letting sentiment run away with her. "I do not confine myself to American playwright, you know. I am the American representative of every foreign dramattal of consequence, including Duma and Sardou. And I act an 'middleman' Wtwven novoliaU and publbhura A grtwt many American as well writers go to Ijoiidon, l'aris, Vienna and Vonico for Inspiration, and they want to bring out their books in America for varioua roaaoua, including Perhaps thy are magaalne writer and haven't the time to spend iu negotiating by vorowpoudenco and in waiting Indefinitely for a decision. Hy tho manuscripts at giving mo chnrffu thbt end of the lino tho buyers of atorieaare continually kept in mind of the valuable merchandise they havu in lmml, and there. U no shelving for months und months of the goods i offer copy-righ- t. '' ,ss, rZ . a .:'. will be most preciated. It r np-I!- Miss ! . n&sBga - I - iu the tone of a man accustomed to calling cattle, "Is that tho first that says n word about it's being no use crying over spilt milk Is going to get his blamed head punched!" ChicavGfem go Tribune. The Knvlout .Mai). Is deceiving His "Small always looks sour and out of sorts What's tho matter with him?" "0, he can't stand prosperity." "Can't stand prosperity! Why; he is Goods Warranted and a Pertect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. getting, getting ull the time and never spends a cent," "I mean ho can't stand his neighbor's (T&fr'P? Kf care In the prosperity." N. Y. Press. w o r d , and when she marAcute Hearing. ried a wealthy "John," said his mother, severely, "I merchant she hear j on were very naughty in school, Mippofted that u c, this morning, and disturbed every one futuroofluxuri- (Late Alexander's Hotel.) by making u noiso." otis cam was "Yes'm," answered John; "but I - :zj .uaw ..!.: asflunsl. U didn't know I made loud enough noise fortunately, iter Rates $2.50 Per Day. for you to hear." Harper's Young lniBlmud s close People Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-HousNrit Thing to It. ' to Ky. "Pnsli3'torinn, aro you. Bffio," said on Mils I'AUpovs : A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, VV. R. LOGAN, " the elderly relative. "United paresUsaml before they realized that he : J. J. Marshall, clerks. Manager. waaafilicted with softening of the brain "N-nyet, whispered he hal thrown thing, right nnd left and blushing Eflle, auntie,"I'm engaged."tho gone into bankruptcy After that he Chicago Tribune. "but A. C. SINE j a. men urn had t be eared for as a little child, and He I'rijojcil the Came. somebody muat earn tho wherewithal. "Do you enjoy football?" ho asked of Mrs. Parsons, being of a scribbling turn of mind, got a position with an ad- the man who sat next him at n game. "Some." nnd vertising company to do write-ups- , "Are you a player?" showed such unusual ability in bring"No. I'm a surgeon " Washington ing the good polnU of an article before tho public that the advertisers them- Star. selves were edified nnd delighted, and a i:irruosrj:cTivi: widow. she was taken Into- active partnership. "That was the beginning of the end," t she told inn. "I know n good thing Office when I sec it, and as tho shareholders got indifferent I quietly bought up all thu flouting stock of the company, little by little, until I had tho controlling Now it is all ray own. employ fifty men the year round and In certain MMuons many more. I can tell you to a Dealers In. certninty just where those men should tut and what they should accomplish, anil you will find moat my desk every day from one until live. The mornings I keep for myself and my two chilson-of-a-g- calling list to be dono my children have to do It for me. "How did I happen to go Into tho business? Well, my tlrsit venture wns in a single diamond that I bought oh a child with my spending money My father was a fruit dealer and did not approve of gewgaws, but when I sold the gem for twice what It cost me he sanctioned tho transaction nnd encouraged my later efforts at others I go abroad and select In person the gold nnd silver curios, tho carvings set wtthi jewels nnd tho antique, as well ns the i ney say newest patterns in jewelry It takes a Jew to have a nose for bargains In jewelry, but I am an Irishwom an from Dublin Ainerieanied. ol course and I have reason to believe combination of that the business ability, ndded to a woniAn'a in stinct, is as good u ono as can be found for metropolitan use, Mrs. 13. S. Parsons went to work from necessity and not from choii e. but she doesn't regret tho turn her life has taken.' As u girl she had u 't a Irish-America- In No .Mood for Sympathy. Tho milkman gathered himself up from the ruins of his demolished wagon, mud from his scraped the whltlsh-graclothing, smoothed out tho dents in his J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. hat, wiped from his whiskers tho dripping fluid that had drenched his faco Session Tuesday, September when tho catastrophe came, gave ono glance at the runaway horse disappear- Full eorptorComerTutorr and Normal School teacher,. . s,lnr e ing down tho street, surveyed tho An. hoarding department Cattogue and circular fumUhed on puddles that represented his stock in trade, and turned to tho crowd. "All Pvo got to say," he observed, sailing up his and speaking -My 3 Stanford Female College. Fall Glh, 1892. t dirty-whit- rn.. ..... ... application. coat-slcev- 4G.RUPLEY,--A tmhmil-'nUm- n FAEiIWXNTJIIlM (BOOBS aWaafe 1 THE WILLARD. e, II- attention business brought "BSm iiwr Louisville, Prosby-torian?- ot SINE & Proprietors of Tlie MENEFEE, i r STANFORD LUMBER YARD, and Yard Iepot Street, Stanford, Ky. U 1 Jyfiu WW 'IT ,n r'TILeSSK C I IW FARRIS:I& HARDIN, dren." BLARDWAREL, AN D I t- - ' 1 ld Mrs s p'un. nruenlich, tho business man ij.r if the bcicntiflu Publishing Company, is the ing woman in New York. She is small nud brown cj'es and animated face, and in spite of a recent eight mouths' illness from overwork considers that her lines have fallen in pleas- hardest work- STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, Qucenswarc, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner Sets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. W. H. WKARKN. - u I slight, with 1 u-s-a x -' ixs-aus- e I enty-wve- n to do something. I made up my mind thut I would not always bo a typewriter, ami I kept my eyes open and my hands always ready to do any thing anybody else left undone. Within a few j cars I had acquired knowledge, enough of the business to be elected secretary and treasurer of the com pany. with tlio bank book and check book in my possession, and sluce that time havu added to thoso duties that of business manager, having' full charge of the advertising and financial departments, and it is my turn now to utnplo stenographers. "1 have to superintend the government work connected with the collection of gold and silver statistics for tlio census, which is dono in this ollice, and to do this I had to mako a study of en gineering and mines, attending tlio course of lectures of thu Institute of Mining Engineers ami even going dow u into the mini's for personal observation. I believe a woman can till any position muc. a political one lain op. posts! ti woman suffrage as well as a man if she will give her work the first consideration." Mrs. Ileleiio Schrocder bus had a harder time of it. Her father was a I "I Wgan as a typewriter for tins president of tho company ten years ago." she replied to the regulation question. "My husband died and I had MH8..oniiAUitfKNi.tCH. ant places. mum. When he died I was that poor I couldn't, but I said if iver I could I would, und me new man, Mike, is as ginerous as a lord." Life. Doubtful Admiration. Miss Herry Did you hear Mr. pu3 mo that nice compliment when he After six mouths of widowhood llrldget consented to again enter tiie married state. A few weeks after she was led to the altar her former mistress met her on tho street, dressed in deepest mourning. "Why, llrldget," she exclaimed, "for whom are you in black?" "For poor Tim, me furrst husband, MKS.A. W.JAMhS. CALL AND- SEE -- Our new line of- - HEATING -- ers do such good work nowadays. Dcs Moines Argonaut. It Sated IMItlne. "My friends tell me that there is a magic spell uliout my writings," said the author, complacently, as the editor looked over some of his manuscript. "Yes, I guess there is, but prefer Webster's style of orthography myself," replied the editor, as lie handed the manuscript back. Truth. 1 Coal Hods, Vases, Pokers, looked at 1113 new photograph? lie IronPtpe, ect. called mo beautiful. Miss Fanning I heard him, but I was under the Impression it was the photograph he called lieautiful. Photograph- Shovcls,JKitchcn Sets, Zincs, Russia STOVE ba i W H. WEAREN & CO. Bargains, :j Bargains, 1LADIES9 dPiirS3r-c?oe-ts- s I'or the i o of-llc- busi-nchs- '- v '"VA y . -- i. 1 Ker-nand- e. 1 suc-ees- s, A good newspaper is wanted in every home, and the fact that the WKKKLY GAZETTK has been published every week for Hundrec Mils. ltmi Sl lll.OK- Years, and has been a favorite paper in many thousands of homes ;c She (practically) I don't live on the linn, evidence enough that it is all that has ever been claimed for it the tired. She hasn't a roof. Dcs Moines Argonaut. best weekly paper published in the Central State. ivlatite in this country, and her own lilt Choice. shoulders don't seem broad enough for Miss Flypp (a devouror of flutiou) he gnu of ghis gaper is $1.00 a gear. Jj, the whole of the burden she has assumed. I maker, engraver end printer, and her husband made and filled salt bags for table use Itoth fatheratid husKiitd died, nud nIio has carried on tho two businesses besidi s keeping up a h une for herself mid two little ones at tho same time. No wonder she looks pt'o and opperp ate 1 tn s(,ii. "You aro working too hard," said a policeman to a man who wns drilling a hole in a safe at two o'clock in the morning. "What's that?" asked the burglar in a discontented tone as ho looked into the niuzle of the jioliccnian's revolver. "1 say you need arrest." .lodge. .Mira.iH lit the Until. Facetious Customer (paying for Ids "shampoo") Yours is the crowning work of all. Dignified ISarbcr Yes, sir. Men In my profession stand at the head. s Magazine. 1 1nui Dein-orcst Men's and Boys' (LJJLOAK OO net 30 days these goods go at reduced prices for cash. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. The Cincinnati Too 1 Kitty Whislow I don't seo why it should best) hard for a young man to say "No." Tom l)e Witt No; you girls seem to find it easy enough. Life. I.lvril lido. My Ineonio is He isentimmttuUy) smull, and perhaps it is cruel of me to father's roof. take 3 on from :..i. Weekly Gazette. $1.00 A YEAR. I.I SSI HAN TWO t NTS A WH K 'wPSfP' 1 1 New York iu business for themselves. Mrs. K. M. Ackerman, a little, round faced woman, with big, dark eyes and a frank manlier, ruiisn steam cleaning establishment for carpets, etc. Mrs. llrunner enjoys the distinction of being the only woman chemist with a business of her own. Miss Kelly has kept up the blacksmith shop her father loft her and does nil thu work for the big stables of tho wealthy liorso fanciers. And she has painted the long shop white insido and out, so that there is nothing dirty or smoky about it- - making a go of it, Do 3'ou like "P.re.id and Cheeso und It is worth a great deal more. though, and by and by she will he able KIssosV" Mr. Dolley I'm viny fond of kisses. yourself. to take it easy. a few.) Truth. There aro a lot of other women in (Takes Hiu Is t Send for Sample copy and see for fr Ttin I.IWiig;. children, Mrs. Kelly? Mrs. Kelby I hov two living, an wan married. Puck. Xot is Hail. Justice OTIalloran Have you an3' GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED AGENTS. most-reliabl- "Jiiuson, the new singer iu thu choir, quite vealtl13'." "Still his notes aro no good." Jury. Dill globe. The Da ii Commercial Ga.kttk stands unrivaled as a newspaper. Its popularity extends from ocean to ocean. The freshest and nevs is given every day in the year from all quarters of the Address, lln (io Then? Mr. Staylate I am aging rapidly! She (yawning) Yes, I've noticed a change bince 3'ou came. Town Topics. THE COMMERCIAL GAZETTE CO., Publishers, CINCINNATI. O. ,( KWWJtf- - rgawsyfrw T '- - 'r)i,!,imyf "ti i" wyy 'M' -'-- ' -- '""fr . "wl n v-nwo,- ,, ,. .,, '? ..!., t..l,w.. L r"r"T""-i-iri- n WHHf9M ,,(,l '""1 l H Mill" i,in i. !3 -TOTS FOR THE CHILDREN; -;- I I V - PRESENTS FOR ILL. Big Line Christmas Goods at the Louisville Store Presents for your Mother, Presents for your Father, Presents for your Brother, Presents for your Sister, Presents for some other fellah's Sister We can show you Comb Cases, Plush Albums, Work Boxes, Albums, Dolls, Guns, Rattles, Wagons Baby Buggies, ' Carts and Drums. In addition to our Toy Line, we have made Special holiday Prices ilBffi on Clothings Shoe, Dress Goods & Notion Line- $; t S-- l fl You can Imy a fine All AVopl Suit at S7.50, worth $12; extra fine fancy Worsted ?11, worth 18; Good (hercoat $2.7.1, worth Beawr 0erco-t50 Child's Overcoat 1.25. worth 2.25; Knee Pants Suit 70c, worth 1.50; Knee Pants at 2.1c, worth fiOc. wren's Boots at 1.21, worth 'M)0- - Men's full ,iiV linn Vworth S7V ,,.1,(i,',0 7 .Boot 52, worth 3.00; Ladies' Button Shoe 00c, worihl.50; Ladies' Kid Button Shoe 1.00, worth 1.7.1; Infant Shoes 2.1c, worth .10c; Mines'' Shoe. 71c, Grain worth 1.2.1 Ladies' and Gents' Underwear Positively at Cost.. Ladies' Vests at 25c. Red Flannel Vests 75c. Men's Undershirts j;c- - Men' Ask to sec our Celebrated Foster, Paul & Co. Ktd Gloves in Black and colored, every pair warranted. Shirt 50c. F.ITL J3aB&s&mMM rfBra3y?iC?N. T?rrrrrnhi- - "- - linvi nnlv n fmv JIi'rlr; nnrl C!ln.tl:; nn lirmrl. --Hlrirt: nnri Tan lMir.Trimmfl Ir- ,,ii ,VfVl T...... J1IV.M.-- I . d ...- -. - J " ' pj.SO IH31I ,jj, nil vmsmmiwjvmm&tim&xs .tM rlllBTir IT T n All Wool Dress Goods at 25 cents, 35c, 40c and 50 cents a Yard. Rerl I?h,iini u-n- " ir'n I B r wimmam8&$s&g&2gs& ii Ladies' Long Woool Cloaks Worth $7.00, $8.00 and $10.00 to Close Out at only $2 In fact everything m our immense- - establishment at prices lower than any other merchant in Sinnfoni LOUISVILLE STORE, A. HAYS, LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTV. J Manager. OSa f A man by tho name of Nykirk, said Mr. and Mrs. Hugtiely will Fpend Li Vf: i i to bo from Junction City, was killed near Christmas in Madion county. ft iisa ft Casky's Mill on the Caney Fotk early Mies Ktliol Markiu loft Mon-lifor -Monday morning. Ho and others wore Cinciutuiti, when she will enter i.mihic VAN cutting down trees, when one treo fall- college. Mr. K F, Arthur U iiu.tu sick ing tho opposite direction from that in at his home. tended, Nykirk jumped behind another Mrs. Hurt Dicker-sodid xt her tree for fiufety, but the falling tree struck homo Dec. 11, after n shert iHnes. Her the one he was behind and splitting fuuernl took placw from the Methodist ON. open a limb, struck hint on the head, church next afternoon killing him instantly. Dr. J. I.Smith, of Married, on the ICth inst., by A. J. anu .miss Aim rarKur were One year ago, thro.ugh the medium of this paper, we had the pleas- Gibony, Mr. Thomas Moran to Miss Fi- - the bride's homi, Inst Wcdnesi: ure of wishing you a Merry Christmas, and we once again arc able to delia Linthicum, all of Middleburg. Li-- 1 ing. Scis;nrv; , llnf-1,.- . . ., . . 1".,:.... tho f .V111,, Muvcsnnu l'orks lor The studonts of tho Academy gave extend to you the compliments of the season. Last year we called at- cense have also been issued to I'lysea S. ers and Picks, Kc. couples: On the loth, an entertainment last Friday night, en tention to our Tapscott to Mies Minnie F. Miller; on titled, "Tho Deestrick Skulo Beakin." Kull Stock of GROCKRIK; ill I7rael' """i 'i '"--:. the 10th. Allen Bland to Mis Lou Fur- -' It was well attendi.il .in.l thnK. trl.nu.nl V dy; on the 20th, J.is. A. Jeffrie:! to Miss were well paid for their trouble. f t i i Bettie Smith, and on the samo day Wm. x.it; .us: .tmc i who nas noen AVF ARI" Moore to Miaa Sallie Vautleveor. mo sioro witu j. . Millivan s.nying in On Saturday last, George and David for tevcral months, returned to her Delk were tried for the killing of old home in Cincinnati Monday. Dr. man Henry Wenninger on the 11th. of rtnoxville, is viaiting Dr. V. A. There were two counts in tho indict Pennington. ment, one for murder and the other for Another negro was brought hero and manslaughter. Common wealth's Attor placed in jail Tuesday evening, charged ney llerndon was agisted in the prose- with murdering Mies Bryant. It is genFOR- cution by County Attorney Godbey anil erally believed that Tyo is innocent, but tho prisoners wera ably defended by some of tho mob said that thev wanted Col. Adams, George E. and Boyle Stone. to hang him anyway because ho was a It was lute in the evening before the tes- mean negro. And those of you who called and examined were good enough to timony was concluded. After supper Lost Monday wns county court day. commend our taste and favor us by purchasing. We expect all to court was again convened and masterly There was a small crowd in town and eiibrta were made in behalf of the pris- but little businosfl transacted. The peti eall again this year and we promise we will be able to show you oners by Col. Adams and Geo. E. Stone tion was tiled before Judge Stinson signand for tho prosecution by (2. C. Godbey ed by 5T votera of tho Pleasant View disF.verybody trict, to call an election to voto on the and Attorney Herndon. agrecB that Mr. Herndon made one of luiuor question, hut it was thrown out, the best elTorts over delivered by him at because no provision was tuado in the this place. After the conclusion of tho petition to defray tho expenses of the arguments tho jury retired and after elegtion. It will be a hard fought quesof an hour, failing to tion in thi't'ounty, as tho y agree, weie held over till Monday. On people art- - determined tu liaht it to the Monday morning they were again sent lact Prohibition is not a failure here. to the jury room. Still failing to agree, Circuit court has adjourned, nfter a Oi Christmas Goods. We especially invite those who did not favor . . . . ... are .. the jury was discharged and the prison: session. There was only one vc over our stock. even ers were held over in the sum of $:MX) for : glad to show it, us to call and look man sent to the penitentiary, and Unit u though you do not buy. We have made a special effort this year in their appearance at the next Casey cir- negro fur falfu? swearing. Thu trrand juthis line of goods and feel proud df the showing which our stock cuit court. David Delk readily guve ry leturned about LW indictments, li' of Mitchell Taylor, bemakes. We have goods suitable for gifts for all ages and at prices bond, his employer, Georgn Delk failing which were ay linst partitH who wen in ing his surety; but the mob within the reach of every one. We take this time to thank you for to procure a unn.nnun, w as renmnueu ,I:i.tWll of the loth. Among tlio-i- in- werH Jolm lK i.it.iej0i1I1( L.,i,tor of encouraging trade during the past year, and solicit your continued fa- io uu .uuuuj ni.Miimi; v...,l0r u, jw.0 Advance .who rttvs, he came vors for the coming year, assuring you that our efforts shall be in the iidyuen, oi coior, win urouitiii ottioie ouiy as a reporter; in. .Martin, an the court to stand trial on indictment lihHMir, Itobeit Hale, a saloon direction of good goods at the against him of unlawful detention and keeper of Jellico, and Mauard Siler and girl George Wilson, also salo..u keepets, and criminal assault upon u near Mt Calvary lut July. The court both indicted here fur selling liquor, and took great pains in giving the prisoner Sder jumped lus bond and Iuft it for his a fair trial. He was well defended by iriends to pay; Win. Broughtou, a man Col. Adams and J. E Havs. of Jamet- Courteous treatment and fair dealing. Again wishing you and yours town. Commonwealths Attorney Hern- mai inuruereii nnoiiiorauu Turveii live XT' years in the penitentiary for uch n Merry Christmas and a 'Prosperous New Year, we are yours truly, don having to attend biibiuchfl at Lancas- are some ot the characters tlut wjuL to ter Tuesday, his mantle fell upon George take the law into their own hands to enE .Stone to do tho prosecuting. Tho force. Tlioy fo'ruot that tlioy are young lady, though of n timid and back-thoinselves and and when they TiO ward nature, grve clear evidence as to come into the courts and ruceive justice his uilt arid was fully corroborated by foi thoir own olIjnseM they witty nave "nn-nckthfil-TTi T4.-.- : live or six other witnesses pointing to j some right to complain. 1'tiw other pur- CiO TO J.JJ.XJ of the case. No ties indicted art' Joe Davis, F. 0. the other circumstances l Witney was offered for the ilefense ex: : Henry (jole, Kox Hryant, rank cept his on testimony, and that was Heard, Lewis lVrkius. JLNC1IUN CIT,KY weak. The jury only retired fO1- a short A farmer near Clarksville, Tenn., time and returned witli a verdict of XMAS GOODS, "guiltv," lixing the penally at J years made a "dead fall" out of n log ami tuo SlKiiforcl.JKy. I he largmt slock in town in the penitentiary. lie was promptly raiN, laid his head under it, pulled the All writ oi fine fire WorL, ftc , and k' o puurnlt t.r:in.i-- I sentenced nnd started to the penitentia- trigger and mashed his brains out. Is.tr! Su;ar for Si Kep.ttully. w. 1' KirilAHDSON Charles Ha..ard, of Cincinnati, beK ry Tuesday morning in charge of Sherill' , Maya and Deputy Haldock. The pris- came angered at his Gabriel oner was a darkey of hard features, and Benson, and shot him a number of times. If you want a good tit. He guarantees looked like he might have come from The mother, in attempting to save her satisfaction. the interior of Africa. Tho Win. Allen eon, was also seriously shot. Both men and Clem Wilkinson killing cases wo had been drinking together. I am receiving oneof the mott cltvant Stockholders' Meeting; lincnf learn have been continued. The court Near Littlo Itook free laborites have JII1.I.LI.VKRY eer handled u Stanford, ,tlecl cd lth an ojiecial view to the wants of thi been lighting convict labor as a last adjourned Monday night. trade. .Mi Nora Welch, of Clnclutiali, an uipe. to get rid of them. They succeeded A meeting ol the ttocliholdcn of the National rlenced trimmer, is with me this teawn and I Iltittonville will be held at their banking guarantee everything to bln the lateit and mott llank ol The Bremaker-Moorin putting arsenic in the food of a dozen l.oute In H.utonviltoon the lccaud TiieiiUy in approved laihlon The ladlrt are invited In call was Bold to Samuel or more. Four of them January, it9), for the purpoie ol ilccting nine and examine my good, which t will take p(tsu plant, in Louisville, are dead and as Kitbsell, of the Bank of Louisville, for j ure in limning. .llreclors to mtvc the posmuir y?ar many more are at death's door W. HbCKKR.Ca.hicr I.ICCIK KbAZr l.Y. 6j 84.td MI?S J. --j Christmas Greeting. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. ii i&JK? j? SAVE YOU MONEY Children, Nut Crick L.OW 01 ing SS;Carvii?s Sets, Pocket TableCaCle 7 ..... i .. i t 5 Holiday Stock, r course. -- y A i Cot-rel- l, THE SOLE AGENTS THOMPSON'S FITTING CORSET S. flfl Elegant Mne .. .... GLOVE three-quarter- s anti-whisk- two-week- s' SIX DIFFERENT STYLES: a mwimAMm & mm o jn. ty Lowest Possible Prices, A. R. PENNY. -- TO DELINQUENTS. en-no- . is 1 j T. J. HATCHER, - W, T. Elioliardson, FOR Uos-nel- 1 Boot and Shoe Maker, - 1 Cjii-tl.r- t. Give Him a Call, Mep-son- TO THE LADIES. re-Bo- rt The end of the year ought to be set- tling ip tlllie With eVerV llODPt mnn that can do so, and surely there are none so or as not, to be able to pay jf , for r jf mia juiburiur journal ' doors show an alarming amount of .$ j.. tixxtoiu aiuuuunts ana we need and M must have the money. You can see by your label how much you are in arears. bo look and attend to this at once. We must adopt the system of no pay no paper. v -n-m-- I . e paper-makin- g