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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892123001 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. K ! dwt Semi-Weekl- y vol. XX. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. DANVILLE. fyf Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. DECEMBER 30. 1892. NO. 87 Mr. Timothy jf t The Cumberland tho nrattlnio in eoven Years. Chrietrnas is qulot out here. It lias been too cold for tho boy to have out door celebrations Tho Williamsburg Academy began ita winter term Monday with a largely Increased attendance. Thero was n Mnaonlc uuppor at tho Worlay Hotel Tueaday evening giyeu by the lodge at this place. 'Thrro wero no Christmas treeti In town, but each Sunday achool gave tho chfldtcn a treat of candy, nuts, Ac. A llttlo child of Ml. 11 A. Karly, wbollTeint Mahtn, was badly burnt Tueaday morning. It waa HtHtiding too clorto to tho fire and its clothing caught. A party ol friendri vreru entertained by Misa Nellie 1'nrrih on Wednesday ntgbt. MIbsch Sidney and Itowona Stan-fiwill givo n watch party nt their hotno Saturday ovoning. On last Monday afternoon a partial investigation was held in tliouiteenK.tinet Dillingham, charged with tho imtrdor ofMissIlryant. Some atill believe Tye is guilty, but thwo who have investigated the oaaa the closest think ko la not uttilty. AtnoiiK thoso upending away are Prof. Gorman Jones and wife, ColumbuB, O.; Mr. Iv. M. lluguely and wife at Hlchmoud; Mr. J. N.Sharp at Richmond; Prof. J. A. Yates and Miss Laura llrock nt London; Minn Anna O' Mara at Loutoville; W. M. PorkiiiHnt 1h ll frozen oyer for church after services by Itcv. David Slaughter. Judge McFerrran heard Thursday ' SANTA IS morning tho case against Win. Doneghy charged with wilfullv and maliciously Come one and all and got a bargain and something to picas, family. Fino cutting and wounding Spurgeon Cheek. Decorated Coal VaC9, large size $2. 75. French Mixed Candies 10c per pound. All He dismissed the defendant on charge kinds of Nuts from 10c to 25c per pound. Table Covers, pine linen, 8oxC5 inches, $1 named and hold him to answor for n each. Pillow Shams all designs, elegantly worked, Linen and Pelt Scarfx, TaWc breach of tho peac. Coven, Throws, Ac, cheap. Most Elegant Muillcrs 23c to $2.'.) each. Ladies' pure The No. '2 Silk and Chillon Handkerchiefs 25c to (.Vic each. pafenger mnil tniln, which baa heretofore passed here nt 3:.'I7 r. , will now le duo hero nt 0 p. !., a very unhandy hour for citi- sons, as well as tho post olllce foreo. This mnil will be distributed as soon as possi-- 1 bio lifter which the p. o. will bo kept The Above is a Fair Likeness of the In fine Chinaware to suit any nnd all puichasent. Blankets 51.23 per pair, good value. Teasel Cloth 10c per yard. Dress Goods cut away below their first value to opfii for lo minutes. Youngest Commonwealth's Attorney close for new goods. We can down the cannery in prices on Cnnnc Goods of all II. Yntiltanh, of Vnnltanh, Tex-- 1 Ir. the State. 1. kinds. We have Datw 10c pound. Uily. first quality, Klc pound. Prunes as, 1h triad to corrupt a justice of tho! CRAB ORCHARD. Itov. James Shaw, of Marshall, Mo., ponce in Boyle county into hecomini! liic. Drh-- Apples Cc pound. CnKfor.iia Krapiratod Peaches, B.'Iih, Iloininy, Syr a giudnaUi of Centre College and of the the means of introducing hereabout hia apt, Hams, Ac, Ac. -- Mrs. Lizzie Fish mule quite a Dauvillu Theological Sumiunry, is hero two wonderful in7sntion. tho "Chnrm- of liar musical entertainment Wedon a vmit to the family of his father, iscopo" and the "Fascinator." If tho nesday night. Mr. John Stiaw. It has been ten years doem't tak VnnRaub in, tbe Messrs. MvCltiro A Holdam uhipped On the fonnor pricos of Clothing, Huts, &. to make mom for the largo) supply we fclni-bin last visit. U. S. authorities ought to get after him two cars of hou-- to Clncintmti Wednos-day- . havo for our Spring stock. Lookout for tho Celebrated I'rjnds of Ladioi", Misses' A hack of mail matter thrown from for making an improper ue of tb inailp. From tho numhr that huve gone Boys', Youths' and Mon's Shoes, in all designs, to come front the noted factoric- of the fast tr.tin No. 1 Friday Boxiie Camden came to town Wed- out of this place lately wo think hoca at noon uaa drawn by auction under tho nesday and obtained a warrant fiom wjll be as great a curiosity as bears are Buoll & Sou?, I. N. Mcintosh & Co., W. D. Douglas, ll)gern, Fechhe'iur Co. wheels ond a considerable number of Judge McFerran acaitifrt hsr husband, before lonu. for every pig from two letters, C.iristmnn presents, Ac, weru de- Alex Camden, who she aaid had whip- months old ou up has been shipped. stroyed and damugod. Tho train was in ped her and burned her clothes for Little Alfied Cover, son of Mr. and BOWLAND, KY." audi a blank of a hurry it did not tako opening a letter (mother woman had Mrs. Curtis GovtT, dlfd Saturday night in tho mail sack id on tiio hook written toiler husband and which and was buried Sunday. He bad never for thnt purpow. It ia charged by perc.tine into her powmion. Mrs. been .veil during hi short life and thereLouiaTillo. v!io hare noticed the matter that Camden, IWore her marriage was fore was verv near ami dtar to his pa Mr. K. 1". Arthur, who has been aick sons these fast I rains run filter when pasting BtSHte ltoasey. Sho first married' her rents, but God knows boat whnl was for fiiraonie llinu, is improving- Cbrh d'ipot than at any other time. cousin, Jjspvr Shtaren, who was killed the little one'ri good and his Kinley spent Olirlitnus nt home. Ho is our The Albuquerque, New Moxico, by her brother, Geo. Howsey. Honsey parents must Hubiuit, with the hope traveling for the Proctor Coal Co. WilAvAY D.iily Times has comDlimentary referen- wai alter ward shot and killed as hu was of meeting him ngtiu beyond the river lie H. Myew spent bud Sunday with his family at Woodbiuc. Mr. J. S. Steely, ces of Col. J P. McGrorty, of Doming, sitting on a wagon !otd of locust posts of death. formerly of Danville, for both Governor he was taking to Parksville. He was Christ inna has come and gone and who has been at Holiool nt Georgetown, holidays at home. Ir. and Collector of Internal revouue. A riddled with beekihot and his assassin our town has been very, very good. We is spending tbo gentleman of finished education, broad never liecourwl. aro very proud of our boya now, its they P. A. l'ennlngton spent last Sunday at Mr. John A. Scott, who was par- all behave and hnve learned that a man London. Geoixo Kreemnn visited friends and liberal in all hia views and a thorough democrat. His legions of old alysed about 10 days ago, died suddenly can enjoy life fcober as well as drunk. in Uurbourvillo InBt week friends in Kentucky think Idm worthy at 12 o'clock Monday night. He had Saturday night the Christinas tree at the Call and secure Bargains. LAUREL COUNTY. LONDON, of any honor tho people of Now Moxico been in a cheerful mood nil day and a Baptist church was enjoyed by a numPOST-OFFIC- E wn bestow upon him. Col. McGrorty moment before his death asked a mem- ber of people, after which the young -I- 'nclo Dick" Jackson, a well known "noun iiuvruiii luvwHiie coiiecwjr in a. ber of his family to hand him something. folks enjoyed a social at Mr. John Buccolored man, t l l lvi.Uv i.vHti Hi.' and M. during Mr. n""J Cleveland's llrst admiuis When site reached hid bedside ho was hanan's. Sunday there wai feasting in wasburiwlSiiiuiay. (ration. r breathing his last and died almost im- general. Monday night Mies Leah Stockholders' Meeting. Jailer Dan lxvull has bad the ilnest The ordinance forbidding the mediately. Mr. Scott was a native of Tuesday night Mies untertaiued. Cliristmas present of anybody. Two of fl etc., was not very Co. baby boys arrivml at It's bouse Christ- seriously violated Cliristmas eve, altho' Garrard county, but had lived many Alice Moore gave n birth day party and A manned the stockholders of the National years in ti time owned after a grand supper from G to 10 i si., Hank ot HustonvilU will be held at their banking tit u inas night. one went otr occasionally. In a fight be- the Hutchinson mill, afterwards! known dancing was enjoyed until a late hour. hourein Ilustonvilleon the second Tuesday in OF stanford,:ky., purpose of electing nine 1893, for Both churches wero crowded Satur- tween Spurgeon Cheek, white, and Win. as Scott's mill. His wifcLand several WednvBday night Mr. and Mrs. Gus January, to nerve the ensuing year, the directors day night at the Christmas trees and ma- Doneghy, colored, .Cheek was slightly J. W. ill) CKKR, Cashier Is now fully orjjnued and reidy lor business with children, all grown, survive him. Among Holluiann enteitained at tho Springs ny children's hearts wero made happy cut with n knife or razor. Thero aro a them are Messrs. Winlield and Wm. P. and tho ball room beiug decorated, rePaid up Capital of - - $200,000. and joyous. good many rumors afloat in regard to Scott, of Danville. Mr. Scott was a Bap- freshments Bcrved, etc., all of course I leasee, ono of Surplus, . Tho wife of Henry 9,000. the ntfttir, among them that a number of Ho was buried Wednesday eventhemselves Immensely. the best of our Swiss citizens, died Sat- negroes crowded Cheek oil' the sidewalk tist. SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL. All persons having claims against J. M. 1'Mllll s Mr. Willie J. Edmiston and Mr. and HANK. OK STANFORD, urday morning of childbed fcyortmd and afterwards assaulted him without ing in tho D.invilh cemetery after services at bis late residence by Rev. J. W. Mrs. E. M. Kstes, of McKinnoy, aro which were created before the ad day of FebruaNow closing up) with the same asseUand under buried Sunday on Cemetery Hill. provocation. Tho negroes claim that was ry, 1S9J, will present them to rnc before Decemthe same management. Lynch, of the Baptist church. spending tho holidays with their pa- ber Jth, 189a, properly prorcn. Hy provisions of Its chatter, depositors are as Ho boa the sympathy of everbody, the fight came up in the ordinary course fully protected as ate depositor in National M. C. SAUFI.KV, rents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kdmiaton. little children that need a moth- of nature and that only a legal investiBanks, its shareholders being held individually jt Trustee J. M. Phillips. liable to the extent of the amount of their stock THE DYING YEAR. Messrs. Will, Joe and John Brooke, Joe er's rare. gation can properly locate and divide therein at the pr value thereol, in addition to the Miller, of Winfleld, Kansas, and Mr. Caramount invested in auch shares. It may acta the blame, if it docs not appear that the AtKMhfr year, lih all lu jojs and caret, executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as See What Col. Slaughter Is Dolag. Albany, spent Christmas r STKAUB, JR. son, of New T. r. CLAKKI. Will toon He buried 'neath oblirlon't w4ve; in individual. blame rests altogether on ouu party. Joe It lengthened twilight cou I To thi KJuor Interior Jutiraal To those who entrusted their baisiness to us with Mrs. S. K. Brooks. Mr. Will Hans will fade in otsat, while mnagingl the Lincoln National Ilank ol Ciuh OnciiAiin, Kv., Dki 20, lSltt.-- Tf. Williams and I. H. Mitchell wero arrestAnd mwn and inn beam only on itt crave. ford spent the holidays at home. Miss Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and llnd ed for exploding he year, whose circling teaaont a they rolled P. Walton, Dear trust they will continue tn trantir, ih.ir K. .. VanWinklo is spending the holidays with us, oftering as a guarantee for prompt atten- llrviisht joy to isme, to others naught but advertisement. Per Tho circumstances attending the archeck for $30 for ... PkACriCAL ... Mr. Bigger- witli Mrs. D. B. Edmiston. iwi. iu amr, uur iwcmy yean experience in blight, would liko to know tho rest, detention and release of the colored banking and as liberal accommodations as are conhajm my friends Will iliorllj lay hit earthly icvpter ilowi statT and Miss Black, of Bed House, are Plumbers and Steam Fitters. sistent with sound banking. riwult of my lil)eral use of printer's ink. boy, Wm. Doneghy, who had some And bid the world a long and ud "(3d-niht'- " with Mrs. James Fish. Dr. Black will Goods DIKkctohs: We closed our sales Saturday night at U trouble with Mr. Spurgeon Cheek, last Praters go from hero to New York to attend the steam and in all kinds f Iron anil I'rass kinds. lor All water Sanitary Uoods of all .J. Williams. Mt. Vernon; 'clock at $312.10. afterwards selling two Saturday night, seems still to interest n A few mere tuint of Time's revolving wheel, lectures and .Mrs. B'ack will remain with work guaranteed agsintt. defective material and J. XI. Hail, Stanford; wurkmasiship 57 And all it juyt and sorrow will have d. suits of clothes and othw goods amount- - t norlion tlf itlO Illllillf iniml in lllnvilln J. S. Owsley, Stanford; her mother during his absence-- Messrs. S J.Embry, Stanford;! gto about $:W, which made our eutiro This being thejeaso a brief summary of Wrapped In the darkness ol Death's gloomy Harve and Edwin Melvin were at homo shioiid, it)i. U7J J. . Lynn, Stanford; sales for the dny $:U0. Our sales for the the facts is given, to wit. Saturday Mr. Jim Miller and family Christmas. It' lifeleis form will muuldrr with the dead A. W. Carpenter, Millrdgevtlle; Mrs. Sue seven days amounted to orer J1.000, uight, after the police judge had gone And with its death lull many a sunny hops last aio bpendiug a few weeks with J. F. Cash, Stanford; per day homo and retired, a respectable colored of Holmes. I hat checrsil the heart of Hint sad child Mrs. Jael Cooppr returned l nking an average of over $150 William Gooch.tStantord, Ky Immense sto k of Fruit and Orncmental Trees, have bought man, Isaac Doneghy, called upon him glttOm so Charlev from Louisville .NU unlay S. U. Shanks, President. During the fall and wiutcr small Fruits, blirub.. Vines and Plants. Trices goods and asked the releaso of his son, Wil- W ill ghiamer faintly on tha rager ubt, Christmas with low. We have ro umih and our profits cease Cooper could f mr distinct and heparate stocks of ..,.. Teller J' ' -l- e-' Cashie.. W.M t I hey aluk for a;e within tho silent tomb and Strawberry where I liens farcin. grandma. my trade has been tremen- liam, whom ho said tho night police had and while i in aipll.aii:i lo t t t t t 11. F. HII.LF.NMKYKK, 7w dously large, I have necessarily had a locked up for lighting. Ilo said so far Oh, Time: What bitter changes, sad and drear, Lrnui;Um, Ky ApplInr Uer Unllrf. Snozrille, Cumberland Bap large amount of winter goods to accumu as he could learn nothing morions had 'Ihy transit causes in thehuitian kruast; Louisrills wero discussing the labor quesThey be heart that bounds with joy and hope Lite on my hands wliirh must now be resulted from tho tight ami as ho did not tion. licir.orniw links with sorrow's wtiglit ZE3I. dipposed of at once. My nlm bball now wish his boy to remain in tho work"I believe in shorter hours," atd Mr. R. ROWLAND, K., pell oil' and get rid of all winter house until Monday morning ho would bo to h youth's j)OMS Linger. af rapturous HARDWARE, "So do I." replied Miss Keedick, DEALER IN CROCERICS, goods as soon as powdble, and all goods bo responsible for his appearance if lie UauWe Daily Scl.udale, hours, Ohio earnestly. "I think an hour and a half Ihxtts and Shot", Ciri M!nl Tobaico. counIn Effect Now. hat scared aksft on ptaioas hold and free, After hearing this Hiicb as Overcoats, BootH, Shoes and could bo released. IliverS..)! for sale by tut. arrt-1-. Will take is plenty long enough for an evening try produce in exc! inge for goods at market price. Clothing can now be bought from me at the judge wrote the .following note to Have drooped and failed with the d'ing year. I am also agent tor tut old lUiab'u lliodhead iwnl n prey to mkcry. call." keeper. "Mr. II. V. And left the goods in and will kivy lu the purchaser's own price. Any one tho 5 As tho young man had been there stock, and all I atkofa the line of these Manford lly'rVly merchant of D'ly D5.?v needing goods in this line will mnko l reach Isaac Doneghy tells mu that lis tneet that uaatthkMd, solemn hour hours, ho begun tn look for Ids and Rowland is to He me their orders and u ill A. St. V, St. three '. M. A. M. Should covrc hM with moments as they fly. I 30 7 10 I....Knoxnlle ...A 5 45 put tho good in thur hoists it FaUnry prices. money by coming to my atores, even if his son, Will, was arretted to night for And asV. of thou what news ta;'ll bear of us lint, Jury. 3 8 J3 71J I hanking the public for M eral patronage, 1 ak n S4 836 lighting. If not a bad owe release him To Hod's bright throi beyond the K. A: O. Junction .. Vy. thny live a grent distance away. coutinuoiKi' of same, ami rein..u your olitdtent Charity. 53 .... Ilevorly J It HILTON, servant. 5.9 80s Wishing every body a grand and glo- and summon him to appear buforo me lis by such cenveiM that the erring mind y "I 74t '.. M.iloneyville . Farmer (emerging from bliadow of 5"5 ! S3 CerrjttHi New Year, Monday morning at !l o'clock. Isaac It taught the nature ef Us heavenly birth, 9 2U lUO 4 5e 7 4 rious Chrihtums and a happy house) Hold on, there, you old lien Luttrell . 09 9 34t 44 7 33 I jest 811 good' for Will." Isaac took the 1 hat here the soul uiay (eel it bops socure 'stands I'ontlsr Si.ril.gs rascall I saw you coining, an' I am respectfully, X, 99 n .Washburn 4 J In joys that blxru VjoHd this sinful aarth. 7" 1) (i.Sl.Al'GUTKR, istoj 4 13 7 11 thought you wouldn't be able to go by above note and left and in about half an 10 it 8 45 .. . Williams Sprues 3 W 7 00 of Crab Orchard. hour returned with one from Night Po- As nunc lone wanderer o'er thu dreary watVl Uakmon 1015 I 3 that pullet. The Cheap Merchant 3S 2SS 10 71 8J4 Clinch Hirer Oft sit him dbN benoath some friendly shade, Uastuh Go by dat pullet? No, salt 3 49 liceman G. T. Helm, m which it was And backward caaia loug and lingering tooV Lone Mountain.. lo37i 94 I aa receiving one of the most elegant lmes of 3 39 044 buhl l'se got some huA Card of Thanks. reckon not, Stanford, saNtt- - 1049I 915 .. Taaewell 3 MILLLINLKY ever handled stated subitantinlly that from what ho o'er ihe ruu)h journev he has thus far made, 7 9 4' 1'okcII Itivr . manity in me, balu W didn't s'pose od ultli an ncciat view to the wants or this 30"! PS eve my homo was ho Christmas 007 Arthur afthls pa.t year 9 54 So should we pauw at Hellll I Could learn of tha (av.U. chicken roost out a frooz-i- trf.ite. Miss Xara Welch, of Cincinnati, an epe.I 4l ' .. . Four Sewseiw bountiful and unexpected thought, upon lifo's gloomy way, ottd iee a po' And turn mir 4l SSo r'onced trimmer, is with we this season and MS 9 54 felouv would uo miilH against U'm 01 Aithur ... night laik di&, did yo? Judge, guarantee everything to b in tha mtest and most 3? S4t whife 0Hr heatW have efrodln j,, , K9DU by ... Hamilton bpringt presents that I almost felt it was mote Doneghy. 1 he pollCO judge a a approved lasklon. The ladttw are inviUnl to cull " 57 lee ... (JiiwitxtrlaHd S3 then told K.K.Ivenwor toywld toorrorS sway 1009 Gap. , to give. My a,8 S 10 which I will take bltpsed to receive than asd exsvmine my go-hA Trim riilUntliropNt. I J Vi o u ... tuimel Jtincnoii.... .Mr Mi.itti'u vwit.. tiwuiuii i..i.. sliowiHi;. 5 15 . - " "w ...... II Junction ta 16)1031 Mr. Goodmnun You should toll our a 05 4 59 heartfelt gratitude is liuieby extended to able that his son'n ciiho inijht ho a moro .ifll'l .J -- 1' ihiuivlmnR ,kut fulll rt?vlAW MISS I.ICCIK HKAZLEY. 3 13 ?0 IOCS .. m' a tear, 9 55 Can llnd no error that would causn doctor to call on tho washerwoman's the 1. O. O. F. A lit In mix, fit. srioua one than ho had supposed and hoc lives arc tree from deeJs ofaiu and shame, family. same evening my children wero On the Leuve Cumhcrlaucl .Wh. i.... N that ho i the judfe) would not order his Within wtose heart there lurks no gloomy fear. Mrs. G. Dear mcl What's the matter ..iv. Qjpn Sim-t- a ' Corbln equally rejoiced with tho delightful ' 30 pm " release. Isaac loft and tho judgo heard Thrice hsppy they who looking to the clssa there? LiviiiKsloii at - 30 a m " Winchester Of life's brief day can greet its final cvwi, Glaus who made his headquarters "Influenza, I think." no moro of tho matter until Sunday, 3 45 am i " l.exiiiknun And calmly brc.itho amid the thrut'S of death 50 a m tho home of Mr. A. C. Sine. "Who told you?" '.. ' Paris about noon, when some one to'd him A hope to mid a blissful home in Heaven. - J am Arrive Louisille Mas. Hannik Hukks. I notice that only two "No one, but - 430 a m 7 5 loving memory ot the editor's dear, jl'ublishdd ill " Cincinnati the boy was at liberty. As to how hu so a in of my handkerchiefs camo back this I .soitfh nqugn obtained his liberty the police judge bus dead wife, Irom her own selections.' Card of Thanks. X. Y. Weekly. week." s.euva Cincinnati 7 3pm " LouisMlle dc.niro to extend to the ood people ol no personal knowledge. No further ap8 45 pm Level. , On Arrive Paris A tlifi Clock Mtrucst Twelve. to 30 p m , Stanford my heartfelt thnnka for kind- plication for the boy's release was made I.exinston Dorothy (aged three, to her older Mr. Staylato Yes, Miss Genevieve, I " by any one, after Isaac's second 'JPm Wincnester you. 10 pm ness to my flon John durlui; his illness. to him .......u 4S a m Livingston hnve Iwcn hunting for lodgings all tho nttirl I'm as tall as not. Stand up 1. i -- 3 . particuhtrly, havo boon kind visit Saturday night, wheu he positively Corbm Marjorie No, you're Tho ladiea, in week. Cumberland Gap come to my . 3 3a and they will "ot soon he forKotten. J. declined to order it. Nothing need be Kin Miss Genevieve You neom to havo and see. There, you only added except that the keepwiVh'o'uTc'ha6 C" KU0"lUe ' Cluc''" found them at last, Mr. Staylnte. Chi- mouth. B. II A LBS AND Wlt'K. er is always informed by tho police of cago News Record. Dorothy Well, I don't care. I'm aa Connections made with all trains North-wat Grand Central de, 0 , Cinc.nna", tall the other way; my feet go down as Consult Dr. Appleman; on his next the charge against prisoners when they ATKnew lit Man. far as yours! Demorest's Magazine. aro nrrestod and locked up before trial; visit- . w. ifaireefS'oaVlJrr Footpad I want your watch. but Saturday night lie needed no such Je3se"Thompson's Barber Shop, or any Information as to routes, Da. Aitlkmak, who has been comiug Cholly I I I haven't a any w rates, etc.ap- OitAMiKs, lemons, bananas, apples, Ca 13 months, has given gen- information aa ho was oq police duty with me. here tho past 'lhere are three of tho best lUrbers m the State. ,t.$'.:&: BI'Y Actinj Gen'll'j.. himself and was present when Doneghy Rooms run in IIENRV A. SMITH. t,ty Ticket Aef, Footpad Oh, I know that Glmuio tawba and Malag grapes, cocoanutB There are also excellent Hath Steam Laundry. coneral satisfaction to Ida patients nnd built was Lexington Knovilie, Tenn committed. cooking and sugar figs. McKinney Bros. nection. Agent tor Chicacro News Record. tha Ucket a good practice. up ' Murphy has bought tho lot just west of Col. It. P. Jacobs', ou Lexington nvenue, and will build n residence thereon fu tho Spring. Tho friends of Mr. rank Fox nro moro seriously alarmed than over in regard to his condition, nuvv complications having arisen. Col. Win. Duko has returned from a visit to Missouri. His daughter, .Mies Mary, is still very ill in Woodford county. According to law tho Danville would havo hnd a right to closo Monday, but did not do ho, although nearly all oillces of tho sumo elasi and those of higher cImhcs did. License for the tnarrlngo of John M. Hcawiek and Misa Fanny Johnson was issued this rok. Mr. Keswick's homo is nt Livingston. Miss Johnson is tho daughter of Caleb Johneon, of Junction two-week- Hertie, a daughter of Itmac Doneghy, colored, died Monday and was buried Wedno-dn- y in tho colored cemetery. She was a Ihptist. The funeral took placo from tho Baptist wn be WHIUE SILENCED HERE. I s ' i post-olll- ce north-houn- d ' M-- j Mr I i PRESENTS Mince-Moat, 1 suc-co- ps fool-kill- er The Knife Has Been Drawn c j south-boun- d - j STEPHENS & KNOX. j ncci-dontal- ly fl-- st - Stefe.. ms& W.B.HcRQBERTSf DSiTJGCIST, gnof-strick-- on Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. B.SAS OF .ROOM. Ste-ge- Farmers BanMTrnst 1 1 84-- td en-joy- ITOTICS. bin-ing- six . 8c-- Slr.-Knel- oned 1 STHAUB & CO., ...-,- , . Orchard, Lawn, Garden. Gem-ra- 1 1 to-d- J HILTOIST . I 1 i R. 1 4ay-srnts- 1 work-hous- o far-o- 57-i- . . . . TO THE AIDIFjS. 111 . . . -- cheer-OvlbvBiic- h ( 11 !,. 1 1 1 . cl-- se u' 1 plM-urei- n iri.'inf-tim- i0 1 ...-- -- - MfiMl-hrr- n rf 1 m - ri. m& ., 1 "- - - Uj 1 1 work-hous- o W Mj; -- - -- if! rriPNir--- !' r A Smart Tuunr Man. clno mnn lhen pronounces an elaborate eulogy, recounting the valor, sldllpa- Mr. Oothnm So you sent your son to tnotism, exploits and influence of tho New York to earn his living. deceased. The corpso is then carried Farmer Hayseed You sec, It was Tohir snur phitofraphstsken. II keeps up How tho Navnjo Mothor Sends Hor with all the by four selected from tho this way. He says: "Paw, I llko th' Baby to Kb Filial Sleep. LatcHt young braves, from tho hurdle to tho city, and I'll go Into the city and sell grave, which U about six feet deep and what you raise on tho olo farm," says And will five you good s1lfactlon Story of the Trance Stepper The Secret 7 eight feet long. At each end of tho he. "You ship me all your truck, and A.J. KAK J', Stanford. of Ouray A (iraTO at the Bottom grave stands, deep driven tlown, a pino I'll sell It on commission," says he. of the Stream Odd Characpitchforlc The bottom of tho gravo is Mr. Gotham Ah, he became a comI teristics of Some Chiefs. then covered with baric mission merchant then. The corpso is then lowered very slowFarmer Hayseed In a small way, (corrnjonT, istt.j ly by two belts, with which tho Indians yes. You see, he doesn't get any goods If It be true that we originally sprang In the corporate limits of Kowland carry their burdens. A ridgepole is then to sell but mine. I farm, and he sells. from trees, and llko thoso humanesque lnid across tho grave in the forks nnd Mr. Gotham I see, IVeil, how has he II I. DAKST.(Kowand there is as much of tho then roofed over with pitch pine logs. got along? human raco under ground as above it, Theso nre covered over and over with Fanner Hayseed Fairly well, I then tho plno treo is tho true ambush LAND SALE. bark, on which the enrth dug from tho should say. I'm still workin' th' farm, out of which the shado of tho sablo Ingrave is thrown and beaten down. Thus but he's got a mortgage on it, Good f Land, 4 miles South of StsnfcrJ, VXXJ A" dian sprang and back to whoso closed half cleared, balanc? in umber, ccod orchard, two the body lies in a vault, nothing touch- News. tent ho retires when his tent on earth never faihns springs, and a small home. ing it, practically mummified by tho is struck. The totems, tho watons, tf O. T McROIlERTs. He Knrtr the I'urtrr. embalming pitch process of the pino. the masonry of tho medicine bag are all A gentleman went out of his houso at After n time the body is o.huuud, the inclosed in its burial urn and the Druld-icbonss clennetl and laid in nn osunry. eleven p. m. He was accompanied by ' legends of aboriginal destiny scaled The dead was spoken to by medlclue a friend. Having closed the door bein tho chronicles of its apocryphal hind him, he pulled the bell hand'o and men, who sped, him on hit, way Tho books. The pino treo is tho true Indian For the painless estractioii ol teeth and other Sues nnd Foxos oberve this manner of walked away. minor surcrrjr. l have teited its virtue sufficientfuneral treo. It keeps the ghost of tho "What is that for?" inquired his ly to know. A Cream of Tarter BaVinc; Powder. II ghcst ol burial in thoir mortuary customs. The K. c.MOltGAN, II. I) S. United State dead fed at its granary and tho memory in tcavcmni; strength.-LatOtoe ami Missouri tribes followed friend. Governnic- -t Food Report. of the departed green in tho tropics of "I know too woll the habits of my somewhat this modu of burial, with ROYAL RAKING POWDERCO , 106 Wall strret. New Vorlc slight variations. The Indian women porter, it takes him a full hour to FARM SALE. make the cut their hair oil. Then the relatives door; up his ismind toI conic and opennow I why have rung that will sell pnvatelyrar 1'armot fo Acres on the danced tomahawk to drlra away the S. A. It was certainly a startllofr coinci Danville fc btauford pile, thrct tulles Irem Stan against I come back." La Tribunadl ferd. It it well tv?v4 Imptmetf, with dwelling of five dental sound. Had an Indian hen tvl it donth spirit.' SURGKON DENTIST. Komtt. ? ryoms, new batn and all necessary outbuildings, Tho Piir.as of Arizona bury their dead with that stretchei grave before l.itn. also has fine sprunf Call on me on the premises tfice over Se er aneo & SciTs Store, Main street, A Hcsrrel Srnt. 1 ? woil.l have hurried urathlrtMsmeat Stanford, Ky from the pot, by night. Soums times after ttw graves Stanford. are dug the sick recover. la that case "When I was once in danger from n KUGKXKKKM.KY Us with superstitions ..lout ' filled as ho tho dead, and, calling it "bad medi- the grave is always left open till the lion," Mild nn old African explorer, "I cine," refilled his mediciue bafftMili a person dice. The place of burial is al- tried sitting down and staring at him, 22ODBCBaaS!0S. 3S3. now charm secret-- Bnt an Indian ""ver ways. If possible. In a jrrjve of roev as I had nn weapons." Dealer In HOUSE "How dkl it work?" asked Ills comrevisits the grave of a stillborn 'lil'-i quite trees. The custom of ileatroylny l 0. HIL.RY. I'roprlotor. Foreign and Domestic Fruits, aU the personal effect of the hvaband panion. I n.vognired the sound instantly as the "Perfectly; the lion didn't offer even London, Confectioneries, Ac famiHar voice to mo of the acreecli owl, when he die Impoverishes the bride. Kentucky. Oyttcrsand Celery always on hand and served who, liugerintr round the remain oi As a consequence women do not care to to touch me." I have to am bettsi have many children and infanticide "Strange! How do you account for it?" picpared movedevermy new Hotel andthe public at nil hours the dea'l, I rood like an evil spirit in than to u ,.,h him a first elati baker and can turn sn "Well, sometimes I've thought it was Gaod Livry attached actnmmodate aud every convenience de8; short notice. In this prevails to a great extent The Vakis such haunted place, repeating Bread, Cakes and the lite on boouttse I ttat down on a branch of a sired. Unease a call. instance however, the death knelling oi California adopt the tarue o;..t m 17 1KANK R1I.KV. The Comanche of the Indian tcrri. varj tall tree." Boston Globe. dirge that wonld hare been uUerc.l by the Navajo mother had her anal p used tory adopt precisely the other Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., I'lilili.K nml Itnllclon. Notico to tho Traveling Public. a peranii dies his kne?s arc into the ominous. b:rd at the dcaih of Parson have heard, Mr. Pettijohn, Miners and shippers ol the GENUINE I have had doubled up and the bend bent down her little one. my The pitch of the terebou thine tree. upon the knees, The dying person is that you would like to attend anyHOUSE as I hove sinco learned, is prime doat'i roped firmly in this position. A blanket ohureh. but cannot afford to pay uu Try it. We are tho sole asents lor stauiora ratl- medicine It is in the medicine log is wrapped round the body and roped. thing for a pew? At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and and Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street Pettijohn Yes. bin my expenses nre have m conaectMft with HuteloHsof inetx.tta All the mortuary customs of IrvJian The body is then placed in a sittlngr road crossing. (tHis Ih the Slate, open day aud nluhl, a .nghi HIGGINS & WATTS. posture In a saddle on a peny. for a large and 1113 income is small. 6 tribes may bo bu mined up la the taic of trim.. In iiieitioti Pnnaon Hut your wife teH. rae timt man meets all ol the beet Mieeral wells with llout Wave aUo one Comanche Is all horsemanship to the the pine tree. in the tat ami for reference to wmer, call an Mr and Mrs you a dollar BRIGHT & FOX' The burial of the dead among the Ka- last, a squaw rklingr behind to h M the it costs every Sunday aud a half to go G W. I'atrMk. Louisville, Mr ami Mrs rlcyd Khn, lenti.A A. Tlin I'lNE TREE SHPULCIinR. Slsnlutd, Di ra jos is peculiar to Uiemsclvoa. A re- body up. Aa soon as Uto grave is fishing Pettijohn Well, that's all she knows II K. I'rtxtnr, C II llraum,Vsren.and Mr. T V Mr COMBINATION : semblance only to thoir mortuary cus- reached the corpse is literally tumbWi iramlllM, Rowland. Mr and Mr. K II. Ji.hn.on Its eternal youtli. 1 1 mellows the sun In toms is to ta found among the Hound in. The grave is found generally a' the about it. It cost ine at least two dol- New Haven, Mm Cos. Grecnslmri; Kates Ji pr.i AT DANVILLE, KY., day. J. M f'etrov, clerk Ui its midday twilight to a moon of days, Valley Indians, of California, the me a rail heads of canyons or deep s.h.'v lars. Jury. I W CAKKIKR, Prop iy and, bowed with snow, holds in its mysBroken bows and arrow are thr a in and Ililloxis, of Louisiana, and 18 19, 1S93. terious spell the leafy shut of summer. OhiMt Walks. The thr tho Indians of Virginia. The Navajo, after the body. A pony Is ki. .. and She (gtuhingly) Thre close Dec. ao, 1S9. Send for entry It is tho ululant tree. away rides the spirit of the deponed to we seom more in ttr.is. are days whan !i What a weird reflection of sounds however, is tho more unique The he happy huatu.j? rc juI. ti with nature blanks. Onlo 5 per etjnt. entrance charged. AWTD house is the grave. The body is buried than at other tiniest when our hearts plays in its muflled harp! tho low sigh just where it dies As soon as death The Pueblos of New Mexico brrv seem tolont in accord with thr 'iblime twill deltter te every morning families in as the dream breath of the zephyr stirs takes place a shallow grave is scooped tl elr dead horizontally in the grave and lm punds, harmony of tl BQWELL, unlvorse. Hate you Staufard aad vicinity at 50 cents per eu cents, an J in it; the pathetic moan as the swell of in the center of tho bognn. In fursotoiuo un4i at the rate ol this level it with the grrrnnd. o thet yu never noticed? 4er c pounds at the rate of t cents tho breezo phrases its rising and falling grave the body is placed by the nearest cannot lind it. They paint the b My I call special STANFORD, KY., attention to the John I'rconer He Indeed I have. It Is alwn"7 hat cadences; tho long drawn wail of tho relatives, who previously smoar their antl put ornaments In the frrave. ami C.' Celebrated I. X. L. fleer, for whici-way with me on jwy day. N. Y. HerHouse, Sign, Decorative Painter wind as it blows down tho echoing caniln accat. WtH f jrnlsh in ellhc kctf or bolt's bodies with tar from the pinion tree in also food to feed the departed on hit H'tlte for prices. yon; tho howl of tho red Bavago as tho order to protect themselves against the journey. A wake, with lighted candles, ald. and Paper Hanger. K II REM KR. Stanford, Ky tstf Estimates furnished. fury of tho blast smites its wry head IHUVI Srrtl StretPiiltie. Country work solicited. followed by a supper, precedes the bur evil influence of the devil's work. This . and seams its twisted trunk! It is fur "I think I'll gel out and stretch my Jehu II Cattleman A G I.anhaw ial. The I'ueblos howl over the body, tive, stealthy, secluded. It listens. It , A. mourn for ono yenr, have high mass said legs a little," said a tall man. as the l J. II.YEAGER points with tasselled finger tips to tho I. M. BRUCE. for the repose of the soul and are hap- train slopped nt a station, wizardry of its black sandals on tho "Oh. don't," said a passenger who py The Wichita Indians of the tatYEAGER, BRUCE snowy turf. There is a whisper, a cry, tooed eyelids cry the town nt a death, had been much cmbarraxsud by tho a step in its strewn shadows. It is tho ride the corpse to the grave on n pony, legs of his tall companion; "don't do FEED AND SALE STABLE, silhouette of old night. Tho dusk faco build a pallsado of poles round the that. They are too long already." came out of Its dark But thero is a grave and shave off the grass within. Dcmorest's Magazine. burial trait of the pino tree which has STANFORD. KY. The relatives do not aa a rule go to the liaally Cured. been strangely overlooked even by grave. The Caddoes or Timber Indiant The aboe firm went mo fleet July ut and the Father My son seems to be about as writers. It is the secret the patronage or leave their dead, if killed in Imttle, to asks a young men. but he no process of embalming, particularly in a public. be devoured by birds or beasts of prey. smart as other sooner gets settled in a position than he dry, rainless air, which, preserving a Outside of this instance they follow the NEW RIGS AND HORSES tires of it nnd resigns. He lacks stay- BA11BEE &OASTLEMAW :orpse, makes it a true mummy cave. foregoing custom. ing powers. To this melancholy treo tho Navajo MANAGERS. Have been purchased and nothing but The Parsee towers of silence on MalaFricntl Oh, that'H easily cured. Got mother goes on only one errand to turnouts will leave the stable. bar hill, filled with dead and crowned him a political office. Good News Building, Louisville Commerce bury a stillborn child. SCAPI'OLD BURIAL. with a circle of living vultures, waiting Give The twilight of a winter day tinged Acents throughout the South. .11 ore Temler Than Her Ileisrt. greed upon the bodies to glut their 37 iho deep ravino as I rode down the Is no sooner done than the hogan is below, are a typo of this. They Cora What did Jessie say when Tom steep trail along tho dizzy precipice leveled to tho ground and tho spot have in a rude way their followers If the deceased has no among the Indians, though the excep- threw himself nt hor feet? "77. A. TBIBBLE, Local A?ent, MYERS HOUSE Into the canyon below. I was superbly nbandoncd. "Oli, murder! that's my favormounted on a little trained horse, who, relatives or is not a perbou of impor- tions arc few. The Trinity and Klamath iteDora STAN FOR l). KV Magazine. corn!.' Dcmorest's pricking his cars and putting his nose tance in the tribe, no grave is dug, but Indians of tho Northwest coast bury in toward tho ground, smellcd out tho dim tho hogan simply pulled down over a gravo with n circular stone coping, on ni:ctii;ii.Y cokkkct. P.W. GREEN, Prop. trail in tho evening of tho forest liko a the body. A Navajo would sooner which the birds sit. TMK STANr JRI- )keen pointer. A little behind me redo freeze than kindle a fire with the logs Black Bird, the great war chief of the of a fallen hogan. I have seen these morthe This stable, which is run n connection withwith the gallant young guide, Hunt, fully Omahas, at his own request was buried Co. Myers House, has been supplied armed and fearless alike by day or tuary hogans in tho mountains. Tliosur-vivo-rs on tho top of a high hill, logged otit in smear themselves on tho foreaight in tho wide detour we were makHas contracted with responsible firms lor Us plants A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, ing through tho Indian country. Sud- head and under the eyes with tar as n all his plumed fincrj' nnd seated astride and will have the Ice and Klectric i'lants com pie tho back steed. Buggies, Wagons, ted in about sisty davs; the Water 1'lant soon af. denly my horso stopped, pricked for- sign of mourning. When it wears off it Graduallyof his living tho turfs were heaped around ter is not put on again, and the nanio of rummer's Supplies and Is better than ever ward his fino ears and sniffed suspiIn otder to place individual conttacts in u the limps and flanks of the animal, tho dead is never mentioned. In case supply the public with ciously. for Water and Klectric Light, the Company prepaid covering him all over the Ixnly as they clfrrs the folic winy "He scents something," said tho for any reason the lody bo removed Necessary water pipes will be laid, connected to RIGS OF ALL, KINDS. juide. I was about to give him his from the hogan it is buried in clefts of rose higher and higher, till nt last only mams at actual lor pipe and work. 1 Ice trie wites put la and ncietsary futures furPersonal and prompt attention given to Weddings, bead and bid him go on when, raising rock, and stones piled over it, antl the the nozzle of the noblo' brute peeped ih-nished frecol chsrire mound for a la.st breath, Parties and Burials. my eyes on seeing tho sagacious animal hogan and nil in it are burned up. Old out of lobe of bvtl duality and ctmantrcd to elve P W. GREEN, Proptietor. large turf the when . satisfaction Manager. lift Lis muzzle and sniff the air again, people, when all hope is gone, nre often smooth with a single over forever and AL. BUKNS. mound closed The si hednle of jJopt-- d rales Is lromjioj abandoned in tho brush and left to die per cent, lower than is xsuall) Klven not astruggic beneath iu smooth surface of starvation nlono. The only iiihtanee of burial in a tree is a stilllorn child. told the story of the living steed that Schedulo of Yearly Water Rates. This custom among the Navnjos ac- lay folded Iwnentii it. ( jou Dvcllinc of 1 rooms, one faucet is still another form of burial. Then counts for the absence of any archiKaih additional roue 50 It is aquatic burial. The Karaffuu h.ich additional faucet 00 tectural development in the construcKY., burj- - their common! people by sinking Stores, II inks and Private Offices, laucct 00 CIJ. STANFORD, AIS1 v - llaths, prisate, one laurel tion of thoir houses. They an' built to ikmiVwc. f " J 00 S . their bodies in a .stream. Sometimes a bo brought down or burned. Hose attachment lor spunkier " 5AIr - 'iNy 5 m "aW2i2ift' canoe is turned adrift on n stream or Stables, private, one animal c Tho eastern Indians, as a general Kaih additional aniMal. ton over a fall. Niagara has seen many Teacher Now, my lor, tell me what rule, buried their dead in the ground, funeral Inith and of protected by nature is now Electric Light Rates. often on the tops of hills, with stone suchliving. There nf the dead very de- animals are raThn Hotel, renovated and refurnished, so as to are a few the from the ravages of winter'' in my charge and I inteud to conduct it to encircled mounds raised slightly over l'or commercial usee ada its hiph reputstton, but not only mainum My Hoy Thoho that llvtt tin the line One ate and three i( c. p. incandescent lamp shallow graves, in which th- trappings praved tribes who eat their dead and to its long list ol friends. Special accommodabecome livingsepulehres entombed of the equator, sir! Puck. Sto cm .,- ; . iwrsmr tions for commercial travelers andhne roouis.for of the dead were buried with them, and thus i 6a rortoc.p men incaiultiMent lignt, per m the dlsploy of samples. with the departed. i 66 sometimes in the cake of a chief his M All Idiots. l graved Posts, with Indian characters favorite horse. Sometimes the grave of . Saloon . I. H A First-Clas- s II Tho paper says that Mi7 Maxwell a great war chief was covered with on them, nro soiiiutimes placed at tho an Iowa statu boartl is Kar Residence UseAnd BILLIARD and tr3'inff to prelarge slablike stones thrown on by each heads of graves, fires nre kindled vent the marriage of idiots. KoriMioc. (i p. incamlorteiit lamp per m. u 2,j i, bravo for a certain period of time as lie dunces are performed, sacrifices offered, Mr. Maxwell (crossly) What ii i CANOE IlLltlAL fensts made and gambling indulged in v passed the spot. Tho body wns generalii If they would tlo thuro in a sitting posture; four day with plum stones, characteristically wouldn't bo any marriages.- - thatMoinuH For each mldllional ' g I saw a dark, object ly buried Do. 1 G-A-Simarked. Tie superstitious indulged in Per further infurmatian, apply to h: stretched from limb to limb about hali fires were lighted to lamp the depart- are as sadly grotesque and as eruelly Argonaut. J. W. IIAYDBN.Sup't, fie. tl ed on his way, according to the sacred way up a pine treo that stood just beImperious as the ignorance of tho primNothing to Coiittt.ilii AIhhiI. numeral four, among all Indians. The fore me. itive race can make them. Mr. Jawkins Mrs. Ilenpeelc is fearHighest cash market price paid "What is that?" I asked the guide, Montauks of Long Island and other will The for pointing to it at tho same timo with my kindred tribes buried their dead in this take noIndian dreads death. iio his fully lonesome without her husband. open or even chances for Mrs. JawUins Humph! I don't, bee The Mohawks of New Vork dug waj whip. is certain that lie has yours The guide, following the direction oi a large, round hole in which the body life until he always armed. An Indian what fault she has to lind. is Mr. .lawkins That Is pioelaely what my linnd, looked up at tho tree and ex- was placed in a sitting or upright first. lie gun is a dead Indian. 'tiukos hor unhappy. Des Moines. Argoposture. Wampum and trapping and without his claimed: &C, at Such nre tho various mortuary cus- naut is an Indian grave. See, it is paint wens all put on the dead. This "That Indian country. Cutcrliiir tn the l'ttlillti. the grave of a child. They bury a still- grave was covered ovor with timber to toms of the tho pine All this tree told mo as it Friend Why do you dump all that support the eartli laid upon it. which born child in a pine tree." sung its lullaby in the hushed up valley Jirt into your soap kettles? KV STANFORD "Horn dead," I replied; "a mother's they raised into a gentle mound. lyT Thus tho body was not prebsed by around that littlo grave. For bo It restrangest sorrow." Soap Manufacturer If folks don't Determined to satisfy myself thor- the clay. The Dclawaros in New Jer- membered that whatever be the mode find tho water dirty after washin', H. BAUGHMAM, oughly about a thing which is consid- sey buried their dead in pits and under of burial, in some mysterious way of they think the soap is no good. N. Y. staving, ered tho most curious mortuary custom rocks. Tho Carolina Indians have an embalming, or strewing, or scaffold- Weekly FIRE AND STORM or forking, or posting, or of any Indian tribe, I dismounted from expensive and prolonged ceremonial. A Orawlmrb. my horso, who had secured for mo by The corpse is first placed in a cane hur-dl- o ing, or picketing, or tree bnrinl, in "There is one thlhgabout New Year's antl then put into an outhouse, some way the pine treo plays its day his keen senso the opportunity of seeing that I think is demoralizing," said Repicsenting.. .. The shades of what 1 had heard about but never where it Is kept carefully guarded for a part. hearsed sables, the dead ghost Mr. Fullobiz. "The fact that it is a tho plumes of day and a night. At tho end of that in its found, (and, leaving tho City Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., tips, legal holiday compels us all to begin warrior toss creaturo standing unfustcned on the timo tho iirst living bravo met by the the inedicino of thoon its tasselcd in its the New Year by taking a day off." of Manchester, Eng. trail, approached tho tree. As I did so mourners is robbed of his blanket. In the conjurer lurks Manchester, & Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, I saw that tho object was plainly a littlo this the dead is wrapped nnd then cov- legendary secrets, tho miracle of heal- Puck. llrt .Sleeps In I'eare. Co. of North America, " parfleche, blanketed and sided with ered with two or three cane maLs. The ing works in its brand scattering balIns. JUNCTION CITY, KV, sad, Cumso How Is your husband? Is ho Vtnrinl honrds. nnn nf which had fallen coftln is woven of canes fastened at sams, tho voice of Have just'erected a new Marble anj Granite I would Coupanles. ' MoiiM) are prepared to fill koth ends tecurely Then tho corpso is people steals in it "Miserere" on the free from that trouble that used to keep kind otand am fully Granite work. Iorders for all wait on mr friends In this line. Pol. to itho ground- - I also saw that the Marble and h AlVed have in my him awake at nights? carried into tho peach orchard and thero Btill air and strangely whispers: ued. Will insure agamst claus-branches of tho treo leading up to the employ skilled workmen from the East. My freight ! was right." and Hghtning.v Lightning Mrs. Nagley I guess so. We were (acillliracan not le excelled and I will not he unlaid in a second hurdle. The family burial caso wcro barked near tho trunk, a"hed without additional cfttrge jS dersold. JOE 6. WRIGHT- .Miller Haoruam. divorced last week. Truth. one abovo another, as if they had been and friends circle round. Tho medi- Office at First National Bank, Stanford. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal SEPULCHERS IN TBEES. qOYAI renl-antiqu- POWDER Absolutely Puro est al climbed by tho feet of persons anxioui to bco such a rare antl peculiar object a. curiosity. In ascending the treo limb by limb I reached, at last, tho little grave A jealous crow called out over head to mo as I bent over it searching-ly- . Sure enough, thero lay tho little whitened skeleton. Some of tho bones wcro missing, but still enough remained to tell the story. Tho covering through which it peeped out at. me was partially dragged apart, probably by some persistent bird of prey, but th enso boards, with their holes, through which tho cords were passed that hold them together, still pressed the tiny stranger, whoso littlo form had met the strange mystery of death at tho very portals of life. Descending from tho treo I picked ur tho fallen caso board with the cord holes in it, and climbing my horse renewed my journey. "Horn dead!" "Bom dead!" Tho words kept ringing in my oars as the horse moved slowry forward. Scarcely had 1 left tho spot when n huloud undulatlnt? sound, hardly le man than the broken sobsof thenvither herself, called loudly over the little stretcher out of the top of the pine trtu. Goto Earps'Art Gallery Improvcmcittri, pall-bearer- s, o-- For Twenty Building Lots FOR Sa "DEHTO." FOR &" PRICE, s THE RILEY trem-Before 1 Original Jellico Coal. THE SKELTOK 'SsJa SALE, lCa-gonl- January and lr XCS BE3EB,. k EUSTW ttre-iH-z I -- . JJ-j- m Ill & ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. 'IflBI, Insurance Company, al -- first-cla- is tliem a Call. XaXTTERTr STABLE well-know- n Watertight and Ice snow-whit- e FIRST-CLAS- S ct j THE 60FFEY HOUSE V V . 1 V 1 c, . . JOSEPH COFFEY.JPro'r. 1 fflWZ.l'-rk.jr5- T-iT- " let - . ..... M - ! I 4 rOOOad. 11 nun-foiiK- c! queer-lookin- -- .tn 11 11 -- Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, M.F. .ELKIN&CO., J. INSURANCE AGEN'. well-traine- d Junction Marble Granite Works heart-broke- n fint-clas- v rAniat "Mian-tonomo- h - J s. ;, 1 - V" o'emi-Week- ly Interior Jourhbl ifa Y Ky., DliCKM Ht.it lit), S TWO C1IRISTMASE& I80J, by 3TANFOHD, 1892 fCbpyrlght, American Press AmocIh-Hon- .) rt,c,WAUTON, HUH.MonaRer MEANS OMOIIIIOW ft morrow CbrlstmnHl Is ToChrist-miusl" BUSINESS. ENflHWiNd beautifully nnd artistically Jono nt A. K. 1'enny'fl. softly fnliing Buy your books- nml school Hupplies of snow. "Did you all kinds from A. K. Funny, who stills know tomorrow them at publlsher'a prices. Ih Christmas, Hayk your wnicn, ciock nun joweiry I'ltlof" Ami indo rotmlreii at A. K. runny a. All worK and Jumped warranted. imrktMl nnd rolled REMKMiiKa that nil ellvorvnre. watches, In the snow, ur.d bounded up again, nnd rings, Ac, bought Bt A. It." Penny's will rim scurrying o(T, saying ui plainly as he bo engraved fruo of charge. could thnt ho knew something dullghtful Fny liud seen tho Christmas tree nnd hud Ik'cu told how wonderfully benutlful it would Ik.' on the morrow, with It lights h! taper nnd wonderful presents, nnd fnncy had pictured n paradise, nml little Kuy wns surely the happiest child In grim old smoky St. Lou Ik. coining "Dlil you know Christina tomorrow, slrf" she nsked tlio white haired old Hutu as shu skipped along by Ills hide. "Why. to be suro It 11 To b Mire it Is!" Mild he ax mi unwonted glow wnrinsd up bin heart ngnlu, and they walked along several blocks while she told him over nnd over ngnlu what she was going to have on the Christ tints tree. Presently lie said, 1 cried little Fay, clapping her li mi lis km she duneed along tho Hfclownlk ill tho whh at liiind. d&T"" - r OTIEAM ir,N(&irii:g AND- JAMES LKFFEL:& you can llnd jour way home." And nH he miw her with n good by go dancing through the snow ho went on to hl& own home, the happier for tho short Upright and Horizontal. glint of sunshine from the little ono'a ourls. "(Jnind avenue! (iniml avenue! I have Stationary, , Semi Portable and never so far nsOnwd nvenue Iwforel" Portable. All sizes up to 20- - ami she tlmot ran into a decrepit old 'woman Unit with age who was plodding horco power through the now blinding snowstorm. "Hello. little golden curls! WlKire aru Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, you going llits evening?" she asked. Strength and Durability. 'doing liume to our Christinas tree," IinimIh W lite for Fissj Illmtrated Paroidets and your wild llttlo Fny ns she clapped her gnyly "Won't j ou coins and go with mef" 'Oh. no. I Intve a more lieMtiitful one. CO., Come ami see mine." hM the old woman, krculy nt the neckwhile her eyun OKK.CITV M'KINGHI I D, "ZTT lace little Kay wore. "I must hurry home." wild Kay "1 llv down on Cleveland avenue ami Twonty-llft- turning to her"Where do you live. little one" street and Cleveland "At Twenty-llftavenue." wild she glibly. "Well, you had lictler run home," sold he. "hero we nre nt (Smntl uventie, nml papa nnd maminn will grow tinensy if their little one stays out too late, and it is nlrtndy growing dunk. Yonder is that church, you see, keep your eye on that, nml - STEEL BOILERS, U-e- gd h I fe" ttWsWasflkaE 1l i vtf r JH street.' "Flint w lust w here am going," wild the little tM woman, "no we will gu along together " Ami usMux nIkmii the Christmas tree she started Kay to talking, while they went ihi ami on ami on. ami It kept1 growing lUtkcr nml darker till they could sea reel v see inch other, and Kay asked if they wire not nlmo-- t there, and thu old wiHiiaiiMttil. "Yen, they were." and theutihu I 4iiruLc'fi,j ' The most Celebrated Kyc, ICar, Nose 'I hroat and Chronic Dis ease Specialist in the State. 1) ;7-- J mll I fcllR AUIIKT I IAN INTO A WOMAN. DnCltlil'IT )L1 told Fny ulie would oarry her if she was tlreil, ami lilting her in her arms she did not m'ciii such nn old, decrepit creature nt all us she went stalking through the snow- thinking Ktorin, whllu little Kny fell of Chrislmax ' ' , J. S. APPLEMAN Tlir CH Kcnneily KIIKATKD M. D., English Specialist, I'rolctrrof l'fatllieif MeJulne, TORONTO, CAN MiA, of the Electrical Medical College, Nw l.xamminc I'hjlKian W)l ISMLLK, Southern Medical Institute, KY. Will be at Myers House, Stanford Tuesday, Jan. 3, and until Noon 4th. Keiurmni! lour wrckitluiine tlieycnr. Dr Appttnian it i Rrailuttlrof llellcvur lluipil-u- l City, ami the l.lvc- Medti ul tullrgr, New ric.il Meilicil Lolloge, Toronto, CjikkIii. 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Addrrit J S APPLKMAN, M D-- , Tlie morning papers that Christmas morning called upon all generous peoplu to add to the happiness of Christmas morning nnd help to heal two wounded hearts liy roMoitug to thorn their llttlo daughter Kay, with "blue eyes ami golden hair" The evening papers found clews and chased them down, ami thus It went day after day and week after week, but if thu earth lind swallowed her up llttlo Kay could not have disappeared more completely. t Winter miows melted a way and watered Mowers; the earth for the coming of piiUR llowers blossomed into fruit of summer aud were saccccded in turn by the fulling of autumn loaves. Winter had whitened thu northern Ileitis once again, when on the tdgo of n rolling river close to the limpid waters of the Gulf of Mexico, wheie the Mm htlll sliono with warm, bright mys nnd the rephjr still fanned the frngntuee of the orange tree, n baud of Dark btrolling gywles were encamped. browed nml MVnrih) vlsaged they were, from the child pia ing in front of tho tent to thu old dame crooning over a wild melody lint thure was one u.Nceptiou; n fair ery fair- - little girl of perhaps Mx years, with matted, tangled hair that still bhowed Us gold, and with ejus of heaven's i doep blue that coined to have a world of thought in them, lay in the warm bunlight on the edge of the camp, dreaming dreams nml thinking thoughts she datisl not utter. In the weary tramps for tho past year she had learned well the !oson that she must obey each nod nnd beck and keep her thoughts to herself. Ami m she lay tlie.tnilug nnd hearing nothing of thu talk going on in the tent till she heard the words "Day after tomorrow will bo Christmas, you know '' What was that? Christmas! She had not heard the word fora iear! What memories it Drought rushing, crowding back upon her hralul Christmas! Could she ever forget? Siie could ee tho Christmas tree now, and thu snow falling upon the streets of the dear old city, nnd Kido, too, and at Inst a little, bent aud decrepit woman, who became a tall, strong woman to tmickly nnd m mysteriously. It nil seemed o strange, nnd so far, far away uow When the hour for sleep came she was ktlll thinking ami thinking, nnd shu received n slup from tho hard hand of old Nancy for heedlcnness, unu she crawled ' ' -- get here?" "Yes," replied tho girl with an appeHut neither had any explanation to of tite Jer. Kach in his heart thought perhaps it "Well, I'll introduce- yon to my uunt. was a warning of coming dunger or tome Sho has somo lovely canaries." "Washbort of supernatural visitation to watch over them, und determined to keep the ington Star. - When the truinmun reached theondof Aptitude is tbe most important. It is of their division they lenmed that two nature's index finger, pointing out tho freight wrecks bad caused a demand for road which we arc best fitted to pursue crews, and so they were ordered to ip life. Almost every young person 1 straight through to St. lxmts. has' strong liking for some parWant of sleep tho night beforu had had ticular kind of work, and a marked famorrow r" its GlTect upon thoir strnngo pnssengur, and cility and skill in its performance. One Once In a great while she would pass a not till thi wero ngnln whirling away fnrm house, and when thu sun was well up ncross the country did a little form rlso in will take to mechanics, another to als)Vt) the horizon sho enmo to where a the corner and a little voicu comu forth trade, another to some form of nrt, anman was walking across the road with two through the dusk, snylng- other to science, another to books and great steaming bucket of milk. reading, and so on. Aptitudes are very "iHitChristmnsyct?" "Hello, llttleglrl whoronroyoti going?" "No, my litt'.o lady," said Jack Hums ns various, and it is well that they are so, snld he. he and Dick turned quickly and looked at for this would x a very one-side- d kind "1 nni going homu," she said with a her. "'Who nr you, how did you get here, of world if wo were all engaged in tho smile und where are you going?" same, or nearly tho same, pursuit. Na"You nre out pretty onrly," he returned. "I am Kny." said the little girl, "and the "Don't you want some milk?" And taking Splritof Steam helped me upon thu engine ture has so arranged it by giving us these various and marked aptitudes, Mm cup be tilled it for her, und then ho did here, und I am going home. it again, lattglilni; as hu left, saying, "You "I am very hungry," she added present- that a proper balance nnd proportion must like good sw mb milk." ly, "and I haven't had anything to eat shall be preserved among the different Kay iioddeit and smiled and tripped since 1 drank Mime milk hmg beforu I cama kinds of work in 'tho world, and that along. Aftr itwhllusliccAinoton railroad here." each kind shall bo performed by those track. Ah, that Is the way to gn home Hefore she finished spenking tho choice who have an enthusiasm for it and a Mirely, she thought, for railroads o every- of Dick's lunch basket was beforu her. A natural facility in doing it. where. ISut how could she ride? Tho good supper was soon finished, and thu In tbe choice of a profession, then, piist twulvemouth had taught her Ilium-oia- l cold rain ami sletit outside, joined to the the first important question which a wisdom among the traders she had warm blare of the coal inside, caused thu been with, nnd she knew Unit riding upon eyes to dr op, and soon she was curled up boy or girl should ask Is this: "In whnt direction does my aptitude He?" Kor in the train cost money, and she hud not even in the corner asleep ngnlu. so much ns a penny. Hut she dismissed "Well, it doe knock mc out." sold Dick. that direction the greatest amount and most effective kind of work can be the thought of trouble nnd tripped along "What do you think it means nnyhow?" the track, plucking little llowers by the "1 don't know," said .lack dronmily. dono with the expenditure of a given wayside aud laughing aloud, overjoyed at "There is something uncanny about it all. amount of energy. In the great mathe sound of hir own glad, free voice. She will unfold her wings ami quietly jority of cases aptitudes nre not hard When she came to u long bridge, with 11 y out thu window before we know it, I to determine; inileed, the difiicult thing the groat beauts fug very far apart for her, gUUKtt." would Ihj to overlook and disregard hurlianrt lieat a little more rupldly as she them. Hoys and girls turn to what inbegun stepping iiKiti them, hut sho kept It was neatly daylight when little Kay bravely on and chipped her little hands opened her evesand sat up. It was snow- terests them as nutunvlly ns the leaf of gay ly when she got acrom. Soon sho came ing, and the llakuawereconiingdown thick a plant turns toward the sunlight. You to a little strange house, but no one wits nnd fast, and the sight made her heart leap may lie sure that the boy who will make there, ami she sat upon a beam to rest. It for joy. The weather wns Just like that of a good artist Is going to bo interested in wns a very ipiwr looking little house, ami a year ago, and she remembered overy cir- all kinds of beautiful forms and colors looked like a great round tub set upon cumstance connected with that fateful while he isyoung. He Will notice theso immense posts. After awhllu she heard Christmas e e. On und nn went thu train things when others are blind to them, t he hoarse w hurtle of an engine; then came After nwhile they entered the suburbs And nt an early age ho will begin to try the rumble tif a heavy train, and the great of a Kruat smoky city, for now it was brtwtd to reproduce them. Iron hore. with his carriage, stood pufling daylight, ami even the miii was trying to So, likewise, a girl who has a genuine aud blowing right by the side of thu strange come up, aud she could see thu intermina- aptitude for music will le quick to apkind of house, and a big iron pljm swung ble row lifter row of houses, with the preciate the language of music. She itseif over to the housetop, and sho could smoko from their chimnejs curling uphear water running. ward in the air. 1'reseutly they enmu will learn to play or sing as if br Ah, If she only hail money to pay for i up to another station, and she hoard a mugie, and tho exercise of her gift ride! It wns so far and already sho wils so voice Kick on thu train call out "Grand will always be a source of keen delight to her. tired. And sho looked at thustroug engine avenue." Aptitudes frequently crop out very till she could hardly seo it, for tho toars "Grand uvunuel Grand avunuel" whiswould lilt her eyes in spite of all her ef- pered the Spirit of Steam as it came in early in the games and amusements of forts, lint just then u great gust of smoke through the tub window nml wnipHd her children. The born merchant will have ami steam came out und enveloped her, in its arms, "This is your plncut Come a passion for "playing store;" the inand to her it tK'camea kind faced old man, down thu steps and I will hold you In my ventor or machinist will be always trywith gnat, long white beard, nml ns it nruis." ing to "make things;" the embryo wrapped its soft arms around her it said: Aud when the old engine pulled outfrom perfectly contented only I ami Dick found their teacher will be Spirit of Steam. Ass-nftathe station, and .lack "I am the in the midst of her mimic school. I e train of oars. am, Idiawthis itumen-Hut strange passenger mlsing, they looked at knew a boy now a successful minister forme they would be hero helpless and each other, but said never a word. who was never so happy as when, And Kay was standing in a.snowdrift. usulus. When I nut culled 1 respond with joy, ami I loapthiotigii th air, whirling It wns very cold, and she followed two mounted upon a chair or table, he could wisdom this great rumbling liaiu ulUr mu by thu men going up over the hill. She remem- repeat scraps of Sunday-schoo- l wuightof my. little linger. Climb tip thu bered Grand nvouuouud thu kind old gen- to nn admiring circle of brothers nnd I w ill takoccro tleman wiio bail told her to run home, but sisters. iiU.fr-- mid gel on my train of ynu, and I will entry you home to pupa how could shu llml her way? Aud while Aptitudes will out. There is very and mamma, und the Christmas treo thnt she was thinking, aud her lingers and tot little danger of mistake in determining Is;.' so very long ago shall conio back were growing cold and her lip was bewas to of work which nature intends ginning to tremble, she heard the chimes the kind agnln " ve should do. ISut there is another -- uu the spire that the And w nipped In the arms of the Spirit of of the church and Steam she climbed up thu steps of the kiud old gentleman had pointed out to factor which shouldb& considered in great engine aud lay down in u corner, it her, nml away she went on thu wings of choosing a profession, und it is often a very helpful factor when, ns may hapwns very black and dirty with roal, but the wind I In fact, the wind would have to have pen, there seems to lie no particular she was so tired, and when n great strong man sprang into the engine und it started very large wings and work them with pro- aptitude for any kind of work. This otr with n snort thu Spirit of Steam folded digious force to uo half as fast as sb.s did. second factory is heredity. It is her in his arms again and snug in her ear Ami when she did gtt into the yard of the the latent, transmitted, storcd-u- p such a sweet and soothing lullaby that her old hou-- e it seemed ns If she would nevei powei of doing well what one's soul lloated far away intndreatnlnnd while be nblu to reach thu door, for Kido would ancestors have habitually done well. she was carried swiftly over tho country not let her but just pushed her down of musicians generally toward thu laud where Santa Claus greets nml plnved with her ami kissed her and The children just Larked and barked till lie cried. Aud have a gift for music. The children of Chriotmns amid snow nml ice. "Die k," said the engineer to the fireman when she couldn't get the door open and mechanics have an aptitude for tools sons asthnr train went thundering across the tan and knocked ou the window, und saw and machinery. The come of ministers from tt long especially if they prairie, "Is this some joke of yours?" nnd pnpH and mamma sitting hj a Christinas treo just like tho ono u year liefore, nnd line of preachers- - are apt to have a gift they both sprang up nnd screamed and ran for publ'e speaking. If. then, u boy to thu door, ami she felt their loving em displays no particular aptitude, there braces and tender kisses, her heart ran is the strongest probability that success over with tears of lovo nnd happiness. in life for him will be found in his faAll, but wasn't that a Christmas! It ther's profession. If lie displays a likwould take a thousand ule logs to equnl ing for more than one kind of work, let in Kay's ejes the little lighted tapers hang of heredity have Its ing from the limbs of the evergreen tree, tho consideration him when one of those would take hundicdsof wassail bowl-t- o due weight with it V Uy-'.- a-r ' ,'.1 preferences is for his father's profescompare with the sutair plums and candies thn. delighted her eyes. And then sion. The chances are that a boy will the dolls, ami thu wonderful watches with viicii.1 liest. in that for which be has teal hands, ami the tin tigers and lions an Inherited fitness. Asa rule, Ihvr do that looked so fierce you tould hnidlj "step into their father's, shoes:" and a !i recogui.e them, ami the candy mice and wise arrangement it is, for thus there pigs that deserved to 1h eaten and met is cultivated from generation to generatheir and Noah's nrk, with wj tion a faculty and skill for doing cermany nuininU that ou could not tell what tain kinds of work, which must prohalf of them wore, ami ever so many won- duce, by tbe principle of natural selee-tioderful thing besides! those who are progressively better And when at la- -t she lay so sweetly restthe-- e ful in mamma's arms, with papa looking and better fitted for performing fondly dow n, every bell in thu city scorned tasks. Tlie third and least important considto know it aud shouted out tlio glad tidings as loud as its brazen throat could yell, eration in choosing a profession is only gruduully quieting down in its excess Sometimes ull doors seem "HOW as KAltTIl DM) SHU COM TIIKUU?" of joy to join at tlio clo-- e in the harmonious to stand wide open to a certain line of Peace on earth!" work, while to nil other lines they are ho pointed to a fair face partly covered refrain "l'onee on earth! W. H.MMtV COChl.UILU tightly closed There certainly are with tangled curls, whiuh lay sleeeplng in cases when such apparently "provithe corner. MtiKIn;; Sine. "How ou eat th ditl sho come thnie?'' not be disreTwo timrisN from Pittsburg woro dential" openings should opportunity asked Dick. Ami thu blank amn.ement garded, especially if the ono tiny last sununor. in his ejes was too ueuuiiie to Imj counter parting in Paris which offers is of a nature to enforce "You must bo suro to write to mo hereditary Utiles. Suppose, for infelted. I got to lleidolberg post The two men sat gazing nt each other. when stance, that a boy has a chance to go Each was sum that hu had been in that said one. into a machine shop as assistant to his corner within live minutes, aud they had "Oh, I'll bo suro to," replied the other. been running for twenty miles ever since "Is posto rostanto tho principal hotel at father. If he has' no strong desire and aptitude for another kind of work, and they had left the little water tank just out Heidelberg?" Pittsburg Chronicle. is ready to eate' Upon the active duties . side of K of life, hero is tertalnly an opportunity "Don't jou remumbur," asked Dick, l'also Hopes. "thnt I put yor coat in thnt comer ufter which lie ought not to ignore. The "Do you enjoy a nice bird?" asked tho opening is one which, if he avails him?" we left It "Yes," was thu slow reply, "I do. Ami obtuso young man as they came out of self of it, may result in successful servshe is lying ou It there now. How did she tlio theater. ice and rapid promotion. con-tiuu- u 1 s into a corner of tho tunt nnd cried aofUy to herself. Iitlt she could not sleep. Tho picture of a kind, mnnly fnee, nnd the wnrmth "of n mother's fond embrace remained nml nVlded with her. Hour nfter hour pn,ed in this way till at last she could stand It no longer. Slipping on her shoes nnd ami taking her little worn and ragged cloak, which reminded her of home, she went quietly nml cautiously into the moonlight nnd over to the wagon road. Which wuy should she turnr Surely home lay this way, and she ran along up the road, ami for thu first time in, oh, so many monMis laughed aloud in her glee. A rnhhit ran along with ita queer, long leaps in front of her, nnd stopped once or twice to gaze back at her with its great 'gray eye, nml she laughed again in the moonlight and went tripping along. The moon sank lower and luwerasshe kept up her journey hour after hour without Hag glng, ami presently tho eastern sky began lomhlun. Tho birds begun to twitter on the boughs, the cows to low nwny off over the hills, and all nature gavu notice thnt It was waking up from its slumbers for another day's life. Hut nothing In niiimnte crontlou was its happy as Kay. She was free free its the breeze thnt tossed bur tangled curls back and forth. And sho wu.s going home homo to papa and maminn. Could any lxsly lie as happy ns she? "Howdy do, little bird?" she chirruped. "Aru j ou ery happy, nnd Is it going to be your Christmas tomorrow Howdy do, jou great big round sun I see you coming up over tho hills away off yonder. Quit hurting my eyes when look nt you. Do you know that Christmas Is coming to idT possible. Careful examination, which showed a woak piston rod and gave SOMETIME LAND. opportunity to repnlr it, and the sight of nn open switch, which saved tho train, confirmed them both in their opinion, nnd Tho land of tbe las:y Is "Somotlmo" land, Its boundaries all nro "After awhile," the little wnlf slept ou undisturbed. Its iltUftns wear tho "Moan-to- " brnnd. And "aoinrf-toHunnontu nre nil tbe style. In tho land of thn Uzy llttlo Is done. For tbe dwellers crowd to tho "County Shirk,' And Hioy man I1k mnrtyra every oae At the very sound of the name of werk. ;t-- e In the land of the I7.v thoy want to pet J vtjrvsA Ju-- t ns much sw the toilers do, And then, if they don't, they fume and fret. iLrvlk&t'' ' ?wi r V And grumble about "Fate's favored few." S"XMi . tVA. In th limi of the Ambition dfcw. !''TKir For It osb not live in untendoil Mil, And lie bright twin, I'roKrese, strafehtway If uttte one on tlio engine to tho end of their run, FOR LITTLE PEOPLE. s v Viera. ,fe -- Iy consideration which it deserves. Many a man of influence und power can traco his success back to the point where, ns ho stood helplessly confronting tho problem of life, a pathway was suddenly opened for him into some field of honorable and congenial labor. It was his recognition and acceptance of that opportunity, and his faithful and earnest use of it, which gave him an effective start in life. Harper's Young People. critical time. If opportunity for work which is not tlistutcftil offers itself, tituUbo desit-- to ucccpt to it is not offset by n stronger desiro to do some other kind of work, let this factor in tbe choice of n profession be given tho c K&mm -- m,. ?r4tibmp:-! j-- files Away, nwy to tbe town of Tott R In tbe lawt of tbe lazy yon ami I. 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W PENN.Trav Pjss AKent, ' Junction City, Ky A f)0 YOU WANT TO ADOPT BABY 1 Mnybo you think this Is n new business, Fendinirnut babies on application ; it has been b, done before, however, lint never have thoe-furnhdicd been so near tho original Nimploa.s this ono. Kterjonu will exelulin. "Weill that's the sweetest baby I cor eawP Tbla cuKravhiK t"" Klvo little you buta fjlnt idea of tbccxquisitcorlglnul. bluck-und-whlt- o Jf, i&iSSLwA Pfi&' i I j de-cr- ts. n, Young people may properly consider leadings of this kind as well ns those of aptitude and heredity. A young man's entire future often depends upon his getting a chance to work ut a certain which we prnpo-- o to send to you, transportation p lit The llttlo darling rcftsnifHlnst n pulow, ,and u In the net of Urawlnsf off its pink sock-- tho mate or wHeli ha.sleeii pullnl otr and tlumr asido with a tifuniplinnt coo. Tlie tinware perfect, amtthcfjcstnllow you.no matter where you stand. this creates! paintinu of Ida waiinh itho most celebrated of modern painters of baby Hfeiuro tolienu-- tothoMj who Miberibo to Dcinorctt'H I'linuly Mhbii-zln- e for I vil. Tho reproductions cannot bo told from tho oriirlnnl, which iti-- t $400. nml are ttio samo size il'vii Inches , 'ihe Imbyis We lmo life slJi, and absolutely lllelll.e uUo In preiwrntlon, to proent to our other great jilctuns by Mich artists as Percy Monm.Mnml Humphrey, Louis Desohamps, and others of world-wid- e renown. Take only two examples of what ," weiliddtirinir tho past year, "A Yard of and "A Wblto Jluuso Orchid" by tho and jou will seo wifeof President Han-ifou- , what our promises mean. Those who sutmrribo forDeraorcfit's Tamlly Xlrua.Iiio for vXl will posws a trailer- - or exquisite works ot art ot (treat value, beside a Mngazlno that cannot be etnialtsl by any In the world for its beautiful illustrations and subject matter, that will keopeveryone ported on all tho topics of the day, nod all tho fads und different items of Interxtt nbout tho household, besides turuhbinfr interesting reading matter, both imive and ruy. for tb holo family: ami wlillo DomoieM's Is not a rusliiouMairiizlne, ltd fashion puges urv perfect, ami woulvo jou. free 0 f',nll tbe you wish to use during the year, anu In your subIn any slzo you choose. scription at once, only $2. nnd j 011 will milly over $25 In value. Addrt-- a the publisher, ret W. Jennings Detuorest, 15 But litis M.,.Vt York. If you nre utjMcqiiuluted with tho Uas.;zlne, send 10 cents fora spcclauu copy. " I'M A 11 A 13V." tlh Tlieexqui-citeivnroiluctlons- of I'an-eies- put-ter- ns S.-n- I.ouitville, Ky J-- - - -- -- icr' ?,eiyB-tvaa(T;t - tT " &mi-Week- ly InteriorJoukml Ky., DECEMBr.K 30, 1892 8TANFOP.D. W. P. WALTON. NEWSY NOTES. ii I" 3 I K ' - The new courthouse nt Muncie, Intl., valued at $300,000 burned. Gov. Buchanan, of Tennessee, 25 ouvicts Christinas eve. A Phlladolphlan has applied for a patent on a sulky with only one wheel The bar of Toronto, Ont., has decided to admit women to the practice of law there. John I). Rockefeller has mado another donation of over $1,000,000 to the University of Chicaco. H. Stanley Goodwind, General Superintendent of Philadelphia and Heading system, died of beaut disease. Mrs. Lanctry, who was expected to have passed the critical point of her has suflcred a serious relapse. Father Schwnlen, of St. Aloysius, Covington, committed miicide by blowing his brains out. Ho was a euilerer from melancholia. The Etrurin beat tho City of Pans on their last irip aeroes the ocean. Tho City of Paiis held the record by four hours before her defeat. Pugilist John L.Sullivan is on another bowling tear, swearing that ho can whip any thing that walks. Tho opinion prevails that ho fa going crazy. , Miss Isa Jones, a blind girl of Spring-fieldOhio, with her mother prayed that her Bight might bo restored. At the cud of 15 years the daughter could see perfectly. Speaker Crisp has gone to NewYork to confer with Mr. Cleveland on tho advisability of holding an extra fies-s, par-don- vd - Hipn of Congress- - It is said that they v v ?. i i V f bothrfa'vor it. Near' Calvert City, J. C'. Greer was THE HOME Or SANTA CLAUS. called from his house and shot. Ho died Copjnrtflit, lau. by Amartean Proea Aeool&- hours of suffering, and accused after tlOfl.l LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Jesse and George Loftiu of the crime Far oil in th north, wkwo tho winter winds blow They have been arrested. Union services will ho held at the With a flrreivi they never hnvo hete, While HCting as Santa Claus and di s Baptist church Sunday night. Sermon Wbcro Xntotv It. clot bed t:h prpitirAl snow, tributing Christmas presentsJohn Haus- - by Kid. Frank. ikkI nil thoHr, AihI the lltfl..ncl berger, of Springfield, 0., had his Jothea Silas Mathis and Eliza King, of t travolvd hi m itwHi wlibotit iy guide, Whlcli fu'ind ai it biul thtoK to do. to catch fire. A cpoked face and an eye Buckeye, were married at the clerk's ofFor. walk itiR aloni; whor d.iritd not to ride. out was the result. fice, Wednesday, by Rev. Tercy. burned Why, I btipod In a holo ami foil through. Robtet Young, the son of a once Gen. v . j. Lantlram is tho recipient ,.'tssm.r Vj of one of tho World's Fair souvenirs at '.'Af-Wprominent Prohibitionist of New Mexi. co, after a wild spree, duing which he the hands of his friend, Hugh L. Mason, "blew in" over $10,000, killed hiuuulf of Chicago, who is here on a visit to relatives. with a piEtol at Las Vegas. A special term of the Garrard cirTho White House has been quarantined against the public, the illnews of cuit court was hold Monday and a few little Martena Harrison, tho president's equity coses disposed of. Col. Welch proving to was elected special judge and disposed case of scarlet fever. of tho business promptly and satisfaoto, .be a genuine In a battle between 250 revolution- rily. ists and 300 members of the Mexican Lancaster Lodge, No. 101, A. Y. M., troops at Loredo, Texas, 13 of the latter elected on St. John's day the following were killed and many others wounded. officers for the ensuing year: J. II. Ter-c- v, W. M., Doc. Walkpr, S. W., J. W. Several of the revolutionists were killed Miller, J. W., W. B. Mason Sec, W: J. and wounded. Samuel Garuett, a rural youth of Landram, Treas , Joseph Petty, S. A T. near Atlanta, Ga , suspicioned his girl of The lodge is now working under a reguwriting to another fellow and to verify lar charter grauted nt the last soision of his suspicions, he waylaid the country the Grand Lodge of Kentucky. mail agent and cut opati the bag. Gar-ne- tt Mi8sHallio Herring entertained the Sunflower Club Tuesday evening. Re "Fell throuch Into whati" do I lioir yon Inis now in jail. Senator James McMillan, who pur freshments were served and all enjoyed quire? It Is lucky I still live to tell. chased the Mutual Gas Works of Detroit the evening immensely. About 10 coupuny for $1,500,000, hai.it fa reported, secured les were present. Wednesday: evening For roasted I'd been had thoroI boon n a chimney it was that foil. Detroit Gas Works for Miss Mary Doores entertained her youug And who owned the chimney jou never could control of tho, $2,000,(100. It is believed that he is act- Ineads very pleasantly. Mrs. Chaires guets. Nor could find It, though far you ahould Walters entertained her friends to a high ing for the Standard Oil Co. roam; Senator Carlisle is still being tea Wednesday, followed by a "Self De- Tho place Is a secret, but I will confess connection nial Party" given in honor of the W. C. at Washington in 1 had dropped into Pantii Claus homo. with the, probable acceptance of tho T. U. members. Quite a large crowd at- It's needless to say that I niadu a creat noise treasury portfolio under President Cleve- tended and all were pleased with the When I tumbled down thero iu iv heap; I scattered a lot of old Santa Claus' lojs land. The impressing is general that evening. And awakened him out of hU sleep. Miss Ada Farra is at home spendiug the Cabinet position has been tendered Ho raited up his bend and he rubbed his round him. the holidays. Mr. W. G. Dunlap and eyes. Dr. Paul Gibier, of New York, has children, of Camp Nelson, are visiting Then ho gazed while I mado n low bow, public the result of a now treat- Mrs. W. made surprise And you conld not manifest J. Landram. Miss Eliza ment for epilepsy, based upon the son, has retuued from Frankfort.Ander Should ho come down jour chimney now, Mr. r Brown Sequard method, with which he John Kirby, of Silver '? Creek is visitiug He says i. ?. has hnd considerable success. his parents, Mr. and Mrs Morse Kirby-r7.tl the Pasteur treatment, which had been Mr. Wade Bush, of Missouri, fa 2 nt home extensively tried in the treatment of this for Xmas Mr. James Curry, of Louisaffcetion, had not been satisfactory. ville, spent several days here this week. Business appears to be conducted on W.J. and McKee Kinnaird are in town Recently, peculiar lines in Chicago. V . I this week. Graham Frank, of LexingJJ ?1 (iSPZtmt L Hand, McNally & Co. charged C. R. Wil- ton College, Jl 'i spent Xmas with his paliams, by employe, with having embez- n r ys rents. zled $15,000. Now Williams brings a Judge Hemphill has moved his po, rr -- JW; i ' U counter suit for $100,000 as bis share in lice court office into one of tho rooms tho profits of a publication in which he over Joseph's MsHfinf store. Business was unhad an interest and for $50,000 claimed usually good Tuesday Morning and the ..4on account of salary. following cases were disposed of: Bill toaiter&ft As tliu Panama canal 6canu.u is v --l Bland, John and Jerry Kennedy, for 4 probed deeper, the more astounding tireaeti ol ttie peace, were eacii lined $5 come the developments. A special ca- and costs. Theodore Young, John blegram from Paris states that Cornelius Smith, Will Murphy and Letcher Dunn, fmjitivo in Loudon, blackHurst, now a for disturbing an entertaiument in mailed the Into Baron le Keinitch out of were fined $3 and costs each. "Now what does this mean!" he eiclalmcst ten million francs by threatening to pub Jim Wiggle, plain drunk, $5. Several ipjrurd-in- g with n frown, his possession liah docunienti-ii"What Intruder Is this that I tee?" vast corrup- other cases were tried, but were dis the distribution ol the missed lor want of sufficient proof. All lib pardon 1 asked, thoUKh said fell down tion fund. And w as sure that ho couldn't blamo me. were coouh. He smiled, shook his head uud proceeded t" At Worchrster, Mass, Henry Var-nusay was found in his room stabbed to DEATH'S DOlriGS. For ho couldn't bo cross honld he try death with his own knife; his wife was 'You'll come down a tine In u quieter way George Lancaster, infant son of J. bo horribly beaten that she died shortly When ou'vo koho throiiudi s m.my us II" was M. and Iva May Carter, of McCoriuack', And then, as a mark of his hearty cood will. ufter buing found; his Ho desired me to tarry awhile. died Sunday niht of brain fever after tlnad and frozen still', and his mother-i- n "My home," ho continued, "Is built in a hill. law aged SO J was dying. The women an illness of only three days. And extends underground John T. Hales, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Perhaps Its larto rooms )ou for a mile. to exhad been most brutally assaulted, and would like plore the belief is that Varuum committed the J. It. Hales, died Sunday .morning after To pcrcclvo where I make nil my toys. an illnesu of 10 months of that dread crime and then ended his own life. consumption. Mr. Hales was an And gaze nt tho thousands and thousands In people of Hartford, this Stale, The storo To be iflven to good girls and boys." are deeply incensed over the conduct of exceptionally moral youn man and durWin. Milligan, a prominent republican ing the 23 years of his lifo lie gave his The rooms were nblazo with electrical light, politician of tho county and postmaster parents as little trouble as any man of And tho lamps were of many a hue his axe. He was conscious up to his fiorao orange, some green, thero wore tlnUsoft at that place. Recently the and brlht. of Milligan died under dith and expressed his rilliii;nues lo And ten thoumnd in red, white and blue. He refused meet his Makor. After tho funoral at circumstances. auspicious Thero were evergrcec trees filled with gift ere without to allow an examination beforo her buri-h- I at his late homo by Be v. lion Helm and a doll, thero a toy or a book but a coroner's jury exhumed tho re- Kid. W. E. Kllis his remains were taken Which Panta had hung till he mado boughs the mains and found death was produced by to the cemetery and placed in the vault bend. till the bad spell of weather is over. operation. a criminal Just to seo how uttructlvo they'd look. re-cal- l. 2-- r Ico has alreed navigation on the Ohio. Tho mercury dropped 40 degavs in two lioura at Camden, Ark. Tho momuutouB question in Paris now is, who murdered Bnrou KeinackV The Cunard steamer, Umbria, is over due five days at New York and it is thought fiho has gouo under. Doug'as Adams, a seven-yea- r old Winchester boy, was drowned while skating on a pond near bis homo. Chicap) Bociety is yery much exercised over the appearance of Mro. Potter Palrnor'B picture on a browary calendar. Dynamite exploded in tho yards of tho New York and Loug Island Tunnel Co., killing six perpons and snriously injuring a number of others. At San Juan mining camp in Colorado, 11 men were killed and a large number wounded in a fight which grow out of a dispute over a claim. John Washington ami Charles Williams, both colored, broke into S. L. Powers A Co.'s store at Somerset and stole $75's worth of goods. They were caught at Nicholaaville. The Waco and Northwestern railroad, extending from Bremond. Texas, to Ro6s, Texas, a distance of 5S miles, has been bought for $1,375,000 by Mrs. Hetty Green, of Now York. By tho decision of tho Supreme Court of Wyoming, tho republicans have been foiled in their attempt to steal two legislative seats, and the Wyoming General Assembly is assured of a democratic majority. A thousand men armed with Winchesters took Bob Harper, colored, suspected of'thu assault on Miss Kate Anderson at Bowling Green, from the court-houand hung him to a tree. He protested his innocence to' the last. Col. Ninholas Smith, lately Consul at Three Rivers, Quebec, will sue the authorities of that city for $10,000 for libel. The action is based upon the city council's resolution criticising his consular report and demanding his Tip-pesn FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Wm. McAfoo sold to D. B. Stapg, Jr., 50 head of sheep at $4. Tho sonsational yearling pacer, by Jeromo Ivldy, has been sold for Vi-ott- 5 W ti&fiL $5,000. Longview Driviog Park, Cleveland, Ohio, has bum 'sold toji syndioflto for $309,000. -- W. H. Boone sold to R. K. Thompson 13 head butcher stuff at 21 and to J. B. Foatur (10 ewes at ft. During the fiscal yar thoro were -- i -- 4-3 i- " -H W lip "oil ' o 000. inspected in Indiana 234,f!97 barrels of oil produced in the State. C. M. Spoonamore says ho boincht 36 barrels corn in bulk in Koekcastl for instead of as published. "Dso't think," ho remark! as wo stArtel For S.u.k. 07 extra good hwus, forftrouml, "I aluno inaki" tl toys whloh jou sr r; ward with lnnb, and two Southdown I ran, nml sinnll futrlus como forth train tho bucks. W. A. Hamilton, McKiuney. Krouml, Mrs. Ann.. Wilson, widow of the Who tlalHtht to iln service for riie. Tlioy wurk with a will, oltlnrclajtlme or nidi t, late W. H. Wilson, sold the famous Kver rtmtly to come wlinn oll" Park, Oynthiunu, to Bun Hey, of Then thump wont his eanc, uud up enwo Cincinnati, for $21,500. nprlto Who escorted iw down a long linll. A stock of 50 horses, valued at$'.,5,- 000, was rallied oil' at Leamington, Ont., Tho first room wo iutrel mu flllcl with at $5 a chanw . Tim man who got up Of tho falrlc. all working on dolls; tho radio got nil the bebt ouen. Thoro nvrodull.-- on tliotnblos, nnd dolls on the La?t week 28 horses owned by lloor, And now drwtcs hiinu round nn tbo wnIK Bros., Lexington, pold at anrtitn making them look crr fn New York for $37,050, an average of The fnlriea ohnlro $1,352. Emperor Willies brought $ Tho most com ly could. nmn of thorn, tfilk, Ab-dall- pww Bargains IN : Br1 mns, 1 ILABIEB9 ten-bOu- ro Men's and Hoys' ciloaks; i Bow-onn- au u-r- -- For the next 30 days these goods go at reduced prices for cash. XV. W. G. Broylea sold It lieud'2 ywr-ol- d mules to R. Garten A Son, i at $05 per huad. Goo. Coulr old ter sold to a Missouri party n for $S50. Danviik Adjack by Colossus vocate. Win. Morelnnd IwiikM of wrm s parties in sbis county a oar load of h..8 at $5 to $5.00. He hutittit in Chiraj.o two car loads of f.din Aieo lx.in:rt at $3 15 dclivorrd in this county 121 III' toiind ; alumih nt 5 cents. 3--y 1,IKW-wm1 And while 1 win InokliteoiiuraUtHluplta voter, JirtylnB. "Mnnuuct, pluMC tuke mo to wnlk!" . Tl E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Brad-foidsvill- e, s - m4 . Jl J VW H fc 8r':.. s L.X'.t'' -- Jfcv v " t ' ,- -J r- - ThU space will be occupied by m-tl- e J'&KKES ;':FRYE, M ii d SKA In iSj3, win) henby extends luVJthnnks to the Good People ofHustonville Tli fntritMRrir.Sj-it.i- t heir kiii iImcouM reprwv Ami hr na'd, "I In j are vults littlo elvw; I uuik Miiiictimea, when they m.iko a nlc i EJFor their liberal patronage in the' past, and wishes to say to them that on and alter January 1st he will seligoods for CASH only and will defy the competition of any one. 1 1 drmn, fwmr '". Tlioy will wear It awhllo on theifMuhos." Iletioddeil nml IhmIo them a plnsnnt wiNKlday, Than we htanl n low obAttorini; As, IoovIbk tbk room, wo cuntlnued our way To dtoirer mhim thlntct for tho boy. liit. five-year-- old grand-daught- er drum They wcro bntlns with nil of tholr mlcht; And umu of t hitlr brotherti w ere Ihm- - w Ith tops Hut their work with their sport tlioy dlido. For when one to finished a Knome on it hop, Other f pin It and eit o hlin n rhle. Attention whs drawn by a rattle and hum Ton room lo n the hall on our right. Wo pooped In and suw tuonty crvome round TO THE FU BILIC1 1 n am now disposing of it at less than cost in the basement of Severance's store, J preparatory to I laving bought out the remnant of the stock of John H. Fosrcr, Opening Out a Pull Stock of Groceries, ?lM swi. CJ- - n w.' C T .&' -- , Hardware, Stoves, &c, In the new storeroom of Mr. Withers, now nearing completion. I am agent for and have on hand the Oliver Chilled Flows, Studcbakcr Wagons and the Dicks Famous Feed Cutter, will be to your interest to give me a call. . ! L?A m jlt J. K. VanAESDALE. fire-D- ow Keep Your Eye tlcdi: In tho next they wern making baseballs; Thero were sheep, cows and hons, with movo. nble head". And toy Htahles all fitted with stall?; Balloons and expresses, and cars that will run, Many p'ij.le and iiunibcrlors games. And things now and queer that would cauro endle--s fun Hut I pmmlwd I'd not toll their tmini-H- . Through room n ml through hallwuy thus onward Wll (VUMll. fjeelng tojs of all Hisxblo sorts Some mudo nnd Mimo making arriving at last Where old Santa rctolvoa his rcjiorls. go lo all (xirtit of the laud His To learn what the children desire; Tho list of tho good ones ho keeps saf oat hand: That of bad out ho throws iu tho fire. H dis-ensse- d Tho next room uecunio to was packed full of On this space. It belongs to JJISOLOM0N, TIIF. . Wtesfefe rH A A I V" k Hustonvilfe Merchant, And by reading it each week A 4 '- - a ..." . 4, 5TW At - You Will Be Repaid. T k' Pi- - A-- m v .. h, ii VL" L.-il XT?', to W V ." A V2 Dun-cantow- n, " 1 v - $JT v' ?mi :?&: ni.i, . .t flfV'f mssi J? I HSIMG, Shoes ' -- kv " I 1 m My hoM wsi as bi as biuy could Ik-- , For the xeimon of proMelitu wus iiIrIi; "). thanking him inuoli for hiMLIuduoM to mo, I tiduutnutl) Dado him goodby. OVERCOATS, Men s.Ladieg' & Children step-daught- er -- dis-eas- r.'.cn in ner itoii Halm. Van Duiintiit Hear about tho queer break Mrs. Whirlsfane made when hho coniirratuhited younjf Jlrs. Lakodrive just after tho wedding? Vim Arndt No; what did hhe hay? " ifihed her many happy returns of the day." Truth. Mpped In the Uud. "Seems to me I know your face," wild Mr. Harrison to tho office seeker, "but ( can't place you." "NutT said. If you can't place me I'll go home." And he went. Brooklyn Life. A 1'roud I'iia.vk J. Ilo.vvr.M-E- . e, Gents Furnishing Goods TRUNKS AKTD "STAX.XSES. Atep-daugh- ter end-H- "My brother wears lon trousers," bragged Wall in. "Hob:" sneered Bobble. "So does my papu." Harper's Bazar. lty. M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Dccianji:n 250, Judok.T. A. Ciiaim'KL ia quito ill of e, Finkst Xinaa presents nt lowest prices at Dauke, tho jeweler's. Wiiolk train of wagons nt A. A. ren's. Thfty nre going ohoap. War- drAHFOim, Ky., HS.O.W.A.I.TON. fover. Mlsn l)oLLlK$ViLMAiie, of Huston-vlllis witn Misa Louise Itdloy nnd oth1892 er friends here. Hoi'tiNK at tho Myttra House Tuesday next and until noon Dii. Aim'Lkman will be Mill. Wk arc eloslng out our stook of queens-war- e nnd glaeawnro nt cost. W. II. Wear-o- n A Co. A HIFFT bus, Manager Goonu ia clerking for Dr. J. K. VanAradnle. Uonrno VanArsdale ia tho Wednosday. AM.nccountH of 11. other hiilpsman. Miss a HEAHS BUSINESS. Jono lit A. It. Penny's. Boy your books and school supplies of alUinds from A. It. Penny, who uells Enouavino beautifully and artistically them nt publisher'a prices. HivHvour watch, clock aud loweiry repaired nt A. It. Pounyn. All work that all silverware, watches, bought ot A. It. Penny's will rings, Ac, bo engraved freo of charge. PERSONAL WRrrantoil. Kkmumiibu POINTS. V. B. IIasbi'ouhIs at Crub Orchard for tho weok. Miis. Suhan llAiuua has gone up to Mtddlesboro. Jor. 0. Jo.nim, of tho University of f II. 0. l'Kimio is with hitf homofolka at Glasgow thla week. Eld. Milton Elliott, of Kirkavillu, waa hero yesterday. Mh. Ki'H Xkwkll, of Somerset, ia thu guest of Sam V. Monufeo. Ufiuii ia visiting the Mies-uMiss nt Crab Orchard. Buchanan Mu. It.O. II.CovisciTos.of Riehmoud, visited friends hero thia week. Mil Path Doculas, of Cartersville, was horo thia week on business. Mn. T. M. I'csNisoTON i spending tho holidnya nt hia homo nt Middlesboro. Mvsns. II. 0. ash W.H.Tiiommon, of Altamont, were i town tho other day. Miu!. Uanib IluitKfl an J family nro spending t wwjk wlt" 'rl9m,!, "l I),ul s Virttiulnf 'H 'iere and brother, Gussik ruiLLii-John, of Monticello, pa&sed throta'h yesterday to tho Elliott Iit6tituto at Kirks-vllle- . nt Mr. John Ilright'a Tuesday night in p?rty. tho shape of Mim. J. E. F.inuid nnd sons, Iiobeit 9 Foil Sale ou Krnt. A house with nnd Mnurice, auil Mrs. G. 0. Keller, Jr., and daughter, Josephine, nro visiting four rooms, in West Stanford. Inquire of Hlggins & Watts, coal denlere. relatives in D.iuville. Mn. J. 1'. Uavib and family have rentTint party given by Misa OuUivia ed Mr. John Allen's house and will goto in honor of her guest, Miss Maggie housekeeping. Mia. Courts and family McCaulev, of Iouiiiville, wua greatly have tnkeu rooms nt Mr, A. J. Enrp's by those present. and will tnko their menla at Mrs. Kate Mil II. C Duddornr'H. is moving hisgoodB to tho rooms up Btuira over Severance it UITY AND VICIHlf Yi Son's store, where ho cm be found in Don't fail to see A. A. Warren's holi tho future. Tho houso ho vacates has not boon rented. day goods before purchasing. Accounts that nro post due nnd not Somktiii.mi for young aud old at paid by tho llrst of January will he placDauks'. ho jeweler. You nuvbr saw ed in thu hands of an olliccr for collectho like. tion. We need tho money that ia due Sunday afternoon, ?.'0 two us NOW. Slno k Menefee. Loot. lives and a ten. Finder will bo liborally Tin: present cold spell is one almost rewarded by leaving at thisollice. without n precedent. The thormouioter Wis have reduced n lino of all woo has registered ns low as h below zero dresa goods to 10 eenta for Christmas. several times in tho kut week or ten Come and see thorn. J. f. Hughes. days nnd' icu of five inches thickuesa ia 9 Tin: colored llaptista had a Christmas being put ii). A party of youngsters treo at their house of worship Monday skated all tho way to Dudderar's Mill evening, which moved both creditable yesterday via the St. Asaph, Logans Creek nnd Oix lliver. and enjoyable. Mn. H. F. Jo.vks, Sit., has taken in his l'icaso call son Frank as n portlier and the stylo of on am ready for settlement, nnd settle now. tho firm hereafter will bo B. F. Jonos & Son. Tub little folks say they had n picnic A good, gontlo carriage horse, a rtico phuoton pony and n good socoml bund carriage. Goorgo I). K. & W. II. Wear- - And especially to our Patrons and Friends of the City and Surrounding Country: Wc thank all who have patronized us during the closing year and would say to those who have not called on us that your loss; but it is never too late to amend, so come; we have If m TO c ALL Cuiano it-i- s FouSalk, Chkai-- . Wearon. M any Good Thin gs Left And a New I Ionsckccpcrs, ... Size-mor- e en-joy- td Rui-LK- car s gift is just as acceptable as a Christmas gift. listen; Our Uiankcts, Comforts, Lace Curtains, Table and placed in jail at Lancaster, Cloths, Table Covers, &c, is yet unbroken and can not be surpassed Wednobtlay night, for retailing whisky. in quality and price. We have some splendid Dress Goods, Cloaks, Tun "Gle Club," composed of young Underwear, Overcoats, Fur Rugs, &c, &c, that must be sold regardWe shall adhere more closely to ladies, will Imvo their first entertain- less of cost. MANtrni. liAimow, a heretofore darkey of thia place, was lu tod ment, which will bo a mask party, at Mr. S. II. I'augliman's Monday night. January 2d. 19 m THUD (OABM BYSTJG1MC than ever, knowing it to be better for you and us. We shall give you good goods, low prices, and polite attention and thus hope to deserve your confidence and patronage. Wc invite you all to sec us. 1893 tlirough oponing yet, hut ia prepared to wait on thu public to tho best mid cheapest line of groceries nnd hardware ever brought to this city. Call on him nnd see if he is not the cheapest mnn that ever sold goods in tho county. J. K. Va.n'Aiwdalx is not For 9 9m J.S. J. M. HUGHES. Ei'it Josmn nnd Jour of his'pnls cr.me over from Nicholasville Saturday afternoon and proceeded to get full. They went up to Macksvillo and began to cut up, when Marshal Newland "pulled" them and took them before Judge Carson, who discharged them. Joeliii is deputy mnrshal of Nicholasville. Stanford Female College. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6th, 1892. I iiavk moved my stock of furniture Full corps of Comerratory and Normal School teachers. Superior coup.es in I.ileralure, Music and Out. Tho Harbourvillo Her-aiand undertaker's goods to my new store- An. Excellent hoarding department CaUloguta an3 circulars furnlnhfd on application. building aud plant were entirely deroom in tho Opera Houso block aud ask stroyed by lire Wednesday. Ixxw about my friends to come and seo me. A Eet $,'MQ with no insurance; tho policy of furniture, n sideboard, n wardrobe, a having expired n month ago. Tho resitable, n set of chairs, n nice rocker, a villo. dence of Dr. C. G. Herndoti was also picture and easel v ould Jmako nice Bauuiiman, ol Boyle, 19 Mim Dkiiia burned. Tho llro originated iu the oillco Christmas presents. Come in nnd see guest "f MlMu8 An aml KIt lta"KU thu and it is thought that papers caught them. Mack Hullman. inau. ThkIk8 had a general good time while the entire force was at dinner. Miss A.v.nik Alcoils spout ft week with Eld. J ski'H Ballou and family had Middles-boro- . Christinas eve nnd shot all thu Ore May wood. The "Tucker school" Miss with Mies 1'oxiu Pennington at it nMinion Sunday, which whs greatly Is Heceiviug His emekers, Komnn candles and the like Liuiu Withers tenchor, closed Dec. lOand they dcwrirwl to. A bomb or twu was and the following narmts were inscribed enjoyed bv each member. Besides those Litis IIBAM.CT, of tho Bible College, of the fumiiy at home, Dr. J. II. Ballou, Uxington, ia at home during this gula also exploded hut little or no damage upon the roll of honor: Lula Knils, of Haven, Kansas, II. M. Ballou and whm done and no action haa been taken Maude Dolhus, Anna Douglas, Hender wuek. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. family, of lancaster, Misa Ellen Ballou, son and Addie Dye, Artie Uailey, Eva Louisville, wua up against the Urea of theui Mayor Husky Wim, of . of Somerset, and Miss Angiu Ballon, of wild positively that lie would Watts, Mamie iSteinbergon, Emma, Ollio to sou hia pretty lady fnund huro thia was proHfcute any person caught shooting and Minimi lioone, Virgil Campbell, Clifton Forge, Va., wero present. It weok. a day long to be remembered by all who W. A. Momhlt, of CuuibertuiMl Gap, any kind of explosives, but he. mh?iiib to Manda Johnson and James Stopheueon. were there. . changed his mind or has forgotten Town , lid lmu vtumg Iriands at thia have Tnu Kid Tarty proved to be a delight hia thieat. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. plmv. ful almtr. Tho young folks began to 1)ili.im, of Omh Orch(Late Alexander's Hotel.) Miss lrrrm Tine populnr paymaster of the L. X. gathiv at Master Homer Wray'a home J. A. Cummins and Mies Maude voting Mh Mry Uaviuwi ard, Mr. Ednard Ksuney, waspresentwin few uarly in the evening aud by 8 o'clock as Snow were joined heart aud hand at days ago by his railroad friends with a happyatrowd as over gathered was Kingsville Wednesday. Rates $2. 50 Per Day. C. C. (Jaiim)S ftarlod out yesterday handsome gold Waltham watch with a Hurly Dishon and MUs Xettio Lay assembled at Mrs. W ray's. Miss Georgia Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Housmorning on hia drumming tour. Success Knight Templar charm, a diamond pin Wray aud Mr. J. Newton Craig received were married at tho bride's father's near Ky. to him. for Ids wife nud u diamond ring and oth- and Miss Clara Lackoy and Mr. Carrol Wayneshurg yesterday. Mina Vihui.nia Bowman, of Lexington, er things for his daughter Tho presen Uailey, Miss Annio Green and Mr. Jack j W. R. LOGAN, Singleton and Miss Callie ReyA. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, A. K. j is visiting her grandfather, Mr. U.S. tation occurred in the otlico ofSupt. W. lleaxlcy ontertained. Marshall, clerks. Manager. proper nolds, both of the Kingsvillo vicinity, At the J. J. Withers. W Pike aud among those present were time a delightful lunch was served, aud wero married on Christmas day. Misa Maiiv Ukarlky, of Hamilton Capt. Frank Harris, F. M. Ansleyand a more beautiful lot of debutantes aud James O'Connor, a clever youcg busJ. N.MENKKEB Collect Ixlngton, ia at homo for the W. J. Wash. The watch was purchased gallant young beaux never sat down to- iness man of Harrodshurc, was tnarriod A. C. SINK holidays. from A. U I'lnny and was us linens gether. The luuch was a repast lit for Wednesday to Mrs. S. II. Swope, of LexSam Waiuj, li4., of Livingston, nud they maku them. tho gods and it is needless to my that ington, in the latter city. 9 Uavo Poynter, of Mt. Vernon, were hero Trof. J. II. Strickling, principal of was done iU It was far into Col. Cash Ciiook, of Altamont, who full justice last week. Academy, and Miss wee sma' hours before tho happy of Harrodsburg tho Mil M. V. Smith, of VanAlatyne, has been a recognized coti king for years, crowd dispersed and it was then with Rosa Lewis, ono of Mercer's most acTexas, ia spending n few days with his and whohiis been in the business since reluctance that tho young beau and belle complished young ladies, jvere married lb(V, ban quit the business and is devofrlenda here. at thu First Presbyterian church, Harsaid good bye for tire night. and wife.of Mid. ting his entire time to thu building of Mil J.T. McRohkrts rodsburg, Tuesday. The Rainbow Club, composed of 12 dlisboro, wero visiting hia father and the railroad between Altamont nnd ManMr. Geo. Kimsoy, son of Mr. W. F. chester, 21 miles. He has leased his coal of the young college girls, entertained at Office brother hero. Ramsey, of this place, but now located Miss Limib llKSMfrr, a Richmond interests to Mr. II. C. Thompson, a clov- the home of Miss Ethyl Ueazley, Wed- at Lexington, was married last week in belle, la tho guest of her friend, Miaa er gentleman of LouJoii, who has had nesday night. The house was elegantly Cincinnati, Ohio, to Miss Alma Leo Kap-i- d decorated and Japanese n long experience in coal mining lanterns were Foley, a Lexington beauty. AccompaLouise Bailey. progress is being made on thu road hung in every available place. In the Emily Jonkb went up to spend Mrs. nied by Mr. L. II. Ramsey and wife they ChriatmBH with her daughter, Mra. O. H. ami three miles have been completed. main entrance was a large rainbow made went to Cincinnati and at the Palace Col. Crook is u hustler indeed and be- of all colored ribbons and underneath a Riley, at Pinevllle. Hotel were made husband and wife. The .Dealers In. Lex- fore many more moons wax aud wane largo wheel decorated with tho colors of Mr. J. II Gaisks and family, of Lexington Leader has this to say about ington, are visiting hia parents, Mr. and the steam horse will be wending his way the society. The houso was handsomethis Bamo young couple: Tho groom is through tho mountains of Clay. ly ffetoon'ed throughout with mistletoe in the employ of tho well known sign- Mra. 11. W. Gaines. Miss Sue Wood, Howan writing holly. Mn. J.S. Mviii'iiY, Misses Mary My-- 1 linn of L. H. Ramsey & Co , and Tiik Christmas Tree at the Christian and Itoehenter left Sundiy for Church Saturday afternoon was indeed a Saulley, Miss Maggio Bright and James is well known in this city as a competent .AND. era nnd Maitie Burton rectived and Misses Bessie young artist and business man. The Dallas," Texas, to visit friends. tiling of beauty and many n little heart Miis. Lkna Bhown, of Mt. Vernon, and good many bhj ones were made Wood, Annie B. Engloman aud Ethyl bride is tho charming daughter of Mrs. and Miss Kay Jones, of Middlesboro, happy h the gifts with which it was la- Bealey entertained and it was hand- Sarah A. Foley, of No. L'G Chestnut street. All the costumes wero Queenswarc, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner are guests of Miaa Sallio Sims. den (low 11. Will Haughman and Jack somely done. Vanhook, wife nud daugh- Boazley, clad in Santa Clans costumes, very handsome, but spaco pi events onr CHURCH AFFAIRS. Mn. J. II. Sets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. ter, of Brodhead, took Christmas dinner read out the names of the recipients aud .....in., tin. in Thn Libit' was was beauti-Kl.l.. Rev. C. E. Powell writes that h e has with her parents, Mr nnil Mrs. Oliver J. acted their role with murli credit. Tho fully decorated with evergreens, natural resumed ministerial charge of the Chiis-tia- u ribbons. At tljwers aud rainbow-coloreMRS. A. W.JAMES. w. II. WKAKRN. Oiow. tree, which was a perfect and gracefully church at Burksvillo and orders his loft Sunday for At- towering cedar, was beautifully trimmed each plate was a souveuir card contaiu- -i Mn. J. II. Millkii Tho paper sont to that poiut. lanta, and other Southern cities, where up and tire presents were hung on with ing some appropriate quotation. Row W. A. Slayinaker will preach cakes, fruits table was laden with ices, he will spend the winter trading in that artistic array that only the deft kinds. It was prtsid- - at the Presbyterian church Sunday next candies of all mules. of tho fair sex can. Nearly every and iiv Mr- - Honzlev. Mrs. J. E. Far at 11 o'clock a. m. A congregational Our new line of-Miss I.kilv Caiitku, who is attending onuin die large audience received a ...1 meeting will bo held immediately after school nt Jellieo, is spending Christmas present and many of thuni several. It ris and Mrs. W. H. Hays. Among those consider-m,- i tho service for tho purpose of - Jsf 'VM3tI week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs was a happy event anil one that will not present were: Misses Miller, Sue Bright, ' ing the matter of calling a pastor. A ltrwl..- LilliH Grant and A? s ......w.., . J. M. Carter. ir f soon die iu thu memory of those who ituiu oous, ' lull attendance 01 me memoe ramp ui JiLftLjJlJrfiC&J v. JkV. Lizzie Thompson, Ijincaster; Sue Mu. L. II. IIambky and wife and Mr. were fortunate ououuh to he present. is requested. Bessie Woods, Annie B. Engleman, the church Ramsey and pretty bride, of o Tiik recital by the nuiMc and elenition Ethyl Boazley, Georgia Wray, Mangia Lexington, have been visiting Mr. anil NEW AI1VKRTISEHF..VW. clasps at the College, before closing for Bright, Edna Courts, Florence Bibb, Mr? 'V. F. Itamboy. Coal Hods, Vases, Pokers, Shovels, Kitchen Sets, Zincs, Russia the holidays, was one of tho most unjoy- - Bwsie Richards, Lillie Peyton, Jennie Tint editor ia enjoying a much need.-' sister's, near Ashland, Vu. nblo little entertainments we have at - Warren, Cooper Feland, Glenn Bibb, PUBLIC SALS rest at his IronPipc, cct. Annio Green, From theie ho will visit New York nud tended in many a day. Miss Howard, Annie Bright, Dell Feland, tho teacher of one anil Miss Summers Jennie Summers, Victoria Bishop, Gertio several other eastern cities. We will sell at public :iut tion to the highest bidMrs. C. of tho other deserve special aud un- - Dawson, Sue Baughman, Maggio Bright, der "t Kkv.Sthotiiku M. Cook, Jr., Mpnufei. Cvnthia ,,,;.. i.n..fi.. i:ji...i ....,:.,.. f.. IIIU 11..... I11I1I1 I.I..IU ...v..w, l.nl.i ItllL 0. Coleman and Mr. Allen Cook, of Mer IllUtllllVli II1UI.-- llfl .1 DecomiJOr 5ISt, attending tho bedside of m.r in which their pupils, with but little1 Heck, Lula Alliii, Leila Clay Allin, Stan- eer, have been W IU Harlan, A. J. Rice, thuiiijelveri. m- - i.v.o,, YVn,.ra. wlio is thought to bu notice, ncuuitted Tin, urn. ford; On thr grounds in Crab Orchard the old Holel gramme, wliiuh introduced nearly every Jell' Yeager, Eugene Popo, Boyle; Giv 1'ioiirrty knuwims the corner block. 'I he brick slightly improved. Mer- on th urounil will also be sold. lIUCHANAN A JAMES. 85 Jamks R. Nt'NNElXEV, collectvr for tho oi.eof tho 100 or more students, was ens Forsythe, Howard VanArsdale. long, and thereore precludes cer; Will Baughman, John Hail, Homer Raugo Co., with head- Wrought Iron Beck, Earnest Wartiuarters at Belmont, X, Y., is at home. nH full a notice as we should like to mako Baughman, Preston shall' keepj constantly'on Hooker, Joo McAlister During the year 1S92 I This is his first visit for sevural years of each individual performer. It goes ren, Richard stock of hand a full and complete greatly without saying that the larger girls did Rowan Saulley, John Baughman, James and his parents nnd friends are Beazley, Barnes Wearen, Walter Saungreat credit to thumselves and their suenjoying bis stay. Homer Wray, Thos. Mns. Mom.ik Wkay went to Louisville perior teachers, hut we were surprised ders, Jack Beazley, Rowland, Ky., Lynn to see her daughter, to see how well the smaller ones ha I Shanks, Carroll Shanks, Elijah Beazley, with Mr. J. T. Bush, Joo Burton, who went to Bloomiugton, 111., and did been trained. For this great credit is Sam Einbry, Richard Robinson, Nath not improve her health. Miss Nettie, duo the patienco and perseveranco of Pierre Miller, Will in George Fartis, Albert Severalso re- Miss Worley, who has charge of the priwho accompanied Mrs. Lynn, My stock of mary classes. Tho programme was well ance, Geo. Ellis, Jim Burton, Ben turned with her to Louisville. Weareu.Robert Farris, Ashby Warren, I). Cozvrr is now traveling arranged, tho music and recitations Mu. W. as to relievo monotony. Mack Lawson, Arthur Hill, Bledsoo passeeger agent of tho Q. it C, with Ramheadquarters at Junction City. He is n Prof. Hubbard was natuaally very proud Bailey, Bright Swinebroad, Jess ever and I assure my customers ol Bright, Charlie Green Sam Cigaitf, &o. Call in when you feel like Is larger and better selected than Hplendld and a popular one, aud the of the performance, as it presented de- sey, Una drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas road is to bo congratulated on securing cided public uvidence of how well his Burch, Arch McKinney, Will Burton, A. R. PENNY. taking a dJink. D.uron in charge. Stanford; Herbert Price, Danville. hiB services for that important position. pupils are taught and drilled. rtoiiT between a couple of brotheis on one side nud a clever youn grocery clerk on the other, occuired in thu Cot fey House Olllcc Saturday night hut as they wero not tried for their conduct wo do not suppose it of milllcient imtmrl-ancto mention thy names of the partie-- i purls. A o Hi: its k i H;6.R0PLBY- - fwj -- Van-devo- . . .i i. . . THE WILLARD. e, Dud-dera- r. Louisville, & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. STANFORD LUMBER YARD, FARRIS & HARDIN, HA1DWAEE 9 CALL AND SEE -- STAPLE AND; FANCY GROCERIES, .- 1 I I I tin-ge- rs .r wrr,. .- -. -, - .... ... 1 tui w.n rT Gts-tg- NG 3TOVE6L mn Gim W H. WEAREN & CO. U 1 r ' Saturday, . Met-ere- . j ' : ueceJ-stril- A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER m D. A. TWADDLE Dealer Fine Liquors, y, Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, Wines, Beers, WATCHES, CX.OCKS & 0TSWEX.RX - J" , 'M ! I &M1-WEEKL- Y iNTERlQRJOUKNflL f BAFFLED CO NSPffiiV TORS Ky.. Pecembck 30, 1892 i aTASFORD. Bj W. E, N0RPJ3. W. F. WALTON. We will pay the above reward for any cate of Htadachv, L'verCumpiamt, Dyspepsm, Constipation or Couneieii we camwi rills, 8ure wllh Wcu VeRetable Liver with. when the Thoy ar. direetloos are strictly complied vegetable and never fid to five salista-tir- . puieiy Sugar coated. Large boxea coitamltijr and imitation UU 5C. Beware of counterfeits by The John C The'zeauiac manufactured only W.i Co., Chicago, 111. For sale by A. R. r Pen ny M'-l- c $500 REWARD, continued. I CHAPTER III. FOItTCNATE 311k SCHXBIDBR. ' f r drew nahlc her dress so as to mnJte room for him. fSKBKAm- NtRYE&& h' Little Air. Schneider was ono of thoso fortunuto uortals whoso lot appears, ami may well appear, unviable to the rest of huuianitv. His woalth was l)r. E. C. West's Nerve and Drain Treatment, a practically boumllcs; he hail no rotates, a specific for Hysteria, Diziincs. Fits Neuralgia. llcauacnc, ierous rrosirawnn tamcu uy aituuui no relations, no duties, or worries, or or tobacco, Wakclulness, Mental Depression, Soft' responsibilities of any kind; anil if ho eninc ol Uraiu, caminc insanity, misery, decay death, Premature Old Age, Barrenness, L.oss 01 had also no mentioniiblo ancestors that Tower in either sex, Iinnotency, Lucorrhcea and is but a very small misfortune in tho all Female We.iknessos, involuntary Losses, of brain, Self daya in which wo live. Nevertheless, liko caused by A month's treatment Abuse, of our porverai $i, six inrJsby mail. We guarantee six boxes to race, ho was not satisfied, and tho reason euro. Each order for six boxes with $5 will send of Jiis dissatisfaction was that, in spito written guarantee to refund it not cured Guarantees issued only bv A. R. Penny, Druggist and of all his lavish expenditure, ho had not olo agent, Stanford, Ky yet succeeded in taking tho society of the British metropolis by stcrm. Two Unusually Good Offers. This feat he was passionately, jiatheti-callREAL CHRISTMAS desirous of accomplishing, and First The great Holiday N'umtfpr 'enlrgel to there is no saying what price he would 356 pages) of that brightest of quarterly .publicahave considered too heavy to pay for tho tions, privilege of admission into those inner "TALES FROM TOWN TOPICS," circles on tho edge of which ho hovered Out December ist, all news and book stands'and with longing, wistful eyes. His ambirailway trains, price 50 cent', will be sent tion was not a very exalted nor a very sensible one, but at least it was harmTo all who fend 3i fur three months' trial subscrip less; and, in truth, little Mr. Schnefder tion to was a harmless Iittlo man, though, of TOWX TOPICS. course, he would not have liked to bo so The largest, ra'iest," strongest, most varied and described. His impression of himself entertaining weekly journal in the world. Second To all who will send $5 will be sent was that ho was terrible fellow, and Town Topics and "Tales from Town Topics" from date until January 1, 1894. cmering 5 Nos. of the that the pace at which ho lived was inimitable quarterly (regular price i so) and 14 enough to take anybody's breath away. "Ah, t't -- eit i.O returned t'aj diks months of the greatest ol family weeklies, regular The at which he drove was cer- "you young fellowa don't care about iace prices per year. tainly calculated to produce that effect Bport for ita own sake. Not one In ten of silTTake one or tho other offer at once, and remit in postal notes, orders or New York Exchange upon those who sat behind him; but this you am tell n good horse from a Imd one, TOWN TOPICS. to was because he had not tho (slightest either." 31 Westsjd Street, New York 73 control over his horses and was blessed One doea not like to liave swh dreadwith tho sublime courage of ignoranci. ful tilings an that said to one even by a It is impossible to say how ho man- duke, and of course they are all the more aged to get his coach in and out of tho painful when they are said in a jserfect-l- y park and through the crowded streets of good ivature.1 and matter of cotirse London without killing himself and his way. Mr. Schueitun , somewhat aliashed, freight; probably ho might have been fell lack ami surveyed the company. less lucky on a stretch of country road. amongst which he waa quite sorry to That ho always found plenty of people rect sguixe to many ieople whom he kuew. willing to accompany him on these peril- It was satisfactory that they should see ous oxemions only shows what risks tho him at Paddington house, but it was lees impecunious Briton will face unflinchsatisfactory to see them there. He would BUT PILES, ingly. At race meetings 3Jr. Schneider's inu'-- have pivferren! that they should round, rosy face hud latterly become be made aware of the high society to A SURE and CSRTAIH CURE by all observers, not so much on winch lie had been admitted by the known for ISyonrs astho BEST account of the animals he owned, alon tho following morning. REMEDY FOR PILES. though ho alwiys had a few in training. rrtpartilbKlClUI'.n'Ot.TATLOnUEO. CJ., ST.LOCIS. Meanwhile his interests wore not belhf prodigious bets with which he ing neglected bv his introducer. Lord alternately, dehghte 1 anil exnsp?rat' I Guise shouldered his way through the the bookmakers. throng towards Lady Belvoir, whom he I BU0YANGY OF BODY That indolent cynic, Lorl Gnis, took found dancing with hw friend o can never bo realized xrhun the him up, thinking tlmt some aniU8cut"nt Moreton, and with whom he entered net as nature Intends tliey should. Instead, there is headach'enr might bo got out of him. Lord Guise into conversation, altogether disregardtveicht in tlio Ktomuch nftcr eating, valued London society about m lunch as ing the presence of her partner. hncldltyand bclchlnff upof wind, low everybody values what is to bo had for 'spirits, loss of encrcy, unsociability "Wlint particular mischief are you tip and foroboillncs of oviU An unhapjiy - knew, what many less the asking. ho began ! ccsdltlou, but O highly placedHi-individuals have discov- to now?"you never gobytjo inquiring. u ball without supiKe ered, that this toe;ety ;s not composed designs njon some poor beggar's ieaco . of specially agrriettblo or talented or even of mind, do you?" well bred unit; and that, unlike that of "I go to balls to dance," answered PiB most European capitals, its doors will Lady Belvoir; "I thought you never always yir-- to the pressure of a golden wont to Iwlls nt all. To what d wo vrill rcllove It anil give health nnd( happiness. They uro worth trial. key. He himself, therefore, did not owe this unusual treat?" care to figure prominently at its gatherm m . "I Bupttose if I said I came here to ings; but he was willing enough to fit meet you you would think I was telling little Schneider' golden latchkey into a lie, wouldn't your" asked Lord Gnise. the lock for lum Few tilings tickled "No," she answered, "I shouldn't him more thnn r. watch the dealings of think so; 1 should be sure of it. I often nobly born l.i lies with rich parvenus. wonder Why you dislike me so much, The ladioti. ho had noticed, almost in- considering that have never done you ISISSSSIEBSSSSH t. H7 T.inrs,.'. variably have to, bwallow more diit the smallest injury." than the parvenus, and if tli'.v make "It isn't di.like, it's fear. Yon aro so ugly faces over it, as they sometimes do, you know." MILES that is great fun. Lady Belvoir sighed and allowed those yon said you know "I rather Ki&7miTmir .fcvw Lady think 1m remarked didn'tday to large andupon hismelancholy eyes of hers Wfo wo) Belvoir," one to rest face for a moment. vsssr 1 BjmviMj .siaacAsva yMLJkmMmy&LVLle i his protege. "Would you like to know Then she suddenly broke into a laugh. sw t ilCtWr:.j . afT v '. her':" "Don't bo alarmed," she said. "HowThis was very much tho saine" thing us ever irresistible I may lie you shall not asking a struggling artist whether he bo called upon to resist me. I don't Twenty inilesthe Shortest to would like to know the president of the want to lie rude, but wo aro such old Royal academy, or a subaltern whether friends that I'm sure you won't mind iny he would liko to know tho commander-in-chie- saying how instinctively I shrink from Chicago, Points, Michigan St. Louis, but Schneider, who had studied ugly men. Not as friends, of course: BuHale, Cleveland, Detroit, Indianapclis an,d the West, young men of only I can't tolerate them as admirers." the manners of the Ne n England, Canada, Iho day, felt it incumbent upon him to "Never?" asked Lord Guise, without , dissemble his glee. He looked down at wincing. Yorlc, "I am sorry for that, because I was rather thinking cf introducing an PlnUdelph . his boots, sighed wearily and muttered Baltimore, Washington, 'dosomething of which tho word Quickest time toHarrodsburg, Krankfort, Ky ugly man to you and it goes Rlchmnd, VIRGINIA. Shor trst 7and lighted'1 was alone intglligible. without miying tliat he would have beto Quickest line "Oh, not unless you wish," said Lorx1 come an admirer if you had consented Guise laughing. "I only thought that to make his 'icquaintance." as you are fond of going to jHirtios, you "I dare aay I may consent," Lady BelSOLID Vr.STIIU'I.ED TRAINS thro' with might care to be invited to hers. Be- voir answered. "Who is he, and where Chattn.-ogaBirmingham, Merid'out change via ian making direct cor.nertions en route for Knox, sides she has personal merits. Somebody is he, and why do you want to introduce points in the ville, Asheville, said of some woman or other that to him to me? Mr. Moreton, I see you nre know her was a liberal education. Well, dying to get away; don't let me keep it's quito an education to know Svbil you any longer. Lord Guise will find a that." gent forme somewhere.'' As an honest and ingenuous man Wilining At CLattinov;a for Atlanta, Columns, Doslred Information. ton, Charlesion, AitgilsU, Mai on, Savannah And wh Moreton had acted upon Schneider felt quito nnnblo to say that impress upon the minds of the pubWe desire to Brunswick, Lake City 1 homasville anJ lic the superiority of the service offered by the this hint, and a vaumt.sofa had been dis- he had; but ho remarked with engaging DA points, with Wisconsin Central Lines Irtwrtu Chicago and covered for her, she repeated her in- gracefulness that he should always be trains The only line running Milwaukee and St Paul, Minneapolis, Dululh and Pullman Boudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to St all deeply indebted to Lord Guise for the points In tho Northwest. Two fast tr:iln Autrustine without change lor any class of pas. Chicagodailr fo St. Paul, Minneapolis and leave quiries as to the ugly unknown. sergers or baggage. "Upon second thoughts," said Lord introduction with which ho had been with Pullman Yestlbuled Drawing Room Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur honored that evening, and ho joyfully Sleepers and Coaches of latest design Its Dining Guise, "I am not sure that ho is ugly Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. It is the only Car Service Is unsurpassed. Shortest and quickest to Anniston, Sclina, Ma to the Pacific Coast over which both Pullman route- at least, not very. He is quite young, accepted Lady Belvoir's invitation to Vesbile. Ducct connections made at NEW OR- tibuled, call ujmju her any Sunday afternoon and Pu'lman Tourist LEANS without omnibus transfer for Calve tea operated Iroui llucitgu via St, I'aul without Cars are which is a beauty in itself; and he has a change round face and an empty head, and he when he had nothing better to do. Houston, Austin, Pauiphelts giving valuable information can be This simple tale is only in part conobtained free upon application to your nearest employs a good tailor, and his name is TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. ticket ageut, or to Jas. C. Pond, General Passen Schneider. Is that categorical enough?" cerned with tlio subjugation of Schtiei-tieand Ticket Agent, Chicago, III. which, from that moment, was a "Oh, tho Iittlo man who makes the big The cnly through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, (jer Miss., Shreveport La., making direct connectioai betsl He has any amount of shekels, foregone conclusion, and of which tho for Dallas Kort Worth without omnibus transfer details were jx'rhaps more amusing to hasn't he?" Austin. San Antonin, El Paso and points in "Well, ho has plenty of coins of some Lady Belvoir than they would be to the TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORHIA. kind; but ho isn't a Jew, if that is what general reader. Of course ho called When Daby was nick, we gave, her Castoria. For through ratev, correct county maps and In you mean and if it matters. It was my upon her, and of course ho dined with Agent at Junction City, Ky When she was a Child, khe cried for Castoria. information call on good nnturw that made mo think of pre- her when she asked him, and equally of I.EIT1I. J;S. n oraddr. . trav. I'ass, Agr., Liiyy When she became Mis, she clung to Costorln. senting him to yon. I know it would course ho beet line her abject slave. Sho When sho hed Children, sho grvethem Castoria. G. EDWARDS. D. MILLER. ' give him the most unfeigned delight to had succeeded with much more C5. P .V T. A.. T Maner Traffic incicniti. vlutims than hs, ami what the be placed on your visiting list; and, tak- I tr.t over-exertininety-nine-lmndralt07-i- vr gen-emllGI"-'TS- A'liew ind Complete treatment, cor.sistitiR of stiupoiuoriei, Ointment in Capsule, n.si in bo an J pills; a positive cure far hxtcrcal Internal. Wind or Weeding, Itching, Chwic, Recent or Hereditary Piles. Tins remedy h never been mail known to fail. $1 per box, 6 lor $. sent by wnt-teWhy suffer from this terrible disease when a Kiiarautoe l positive!)' given with 6 hoses, to refund the mouey if not cured Send stamp for free sample Guarantee iisued by A H. Penny, Druggist and sols agent, itanfv.rJ, Ky, Call for T ' samples. She n CUE'S . y 11 Bel voir, though I don't my that it's quite tho Fort of odnontion which I should wleot for my bod, if I wore unfortunate enough to luive a sou." "I dure bay sho won't bo able to tell mo much that I don't know,' observed Air. Schneider, with n complacent mniie. "I suppose not," (iMrntcxl Lord Guine gravely. "She sometimes makes me open inyve; but then I'm womlerl ally innocent for my age. Well, then, 111 introduce you to her nt Paddington By the way, are you Honae going to Pnddington Honae? Not had a wml? Never mind: you can dine with me, and we'll go on there together. Tlmt will be all right." Schneider had lunch alo to ketip himself from jumping for joy. Hitherto he had derived little social advantage from his intimacy with Lord Gniw, bnt this waa an offer of which he somewhat exaggerated the gwierHy nitd significance. The Duchess of Paddingtou was n great lady, and the duke was great even among dnkes, but perhaps tiny were a little too great to Iw exclusive. At any rate when they threw ojH-their maguiflceut ballroom the cmwd which poure-- l into it was apt to contain quito an many nobodies as celebrities. There was not the least fear of tlwir to the eutrauco of any uninvited guest for whom Lord Guise might see fit to moko himself renponsiblo. Nit realizing this. Mr. Schneider arrayed himH)lf with moro than usual care, and joyfully accompanied his kind sponsor to the big house of which the outside is known to all Londoners and tho inule to not a few. His reception was iti st grntif ying, for the dt:o"hes shook hands with him, and the duke, lie was flattered to find, knew quite well who he was. "I've often seen you at Ncwmar"..et, Mr. Schneider," said tlint good uarnn d magnate; "in fact you are a racing 111111, I believe, aro you not':" "Oh, only in a very modest way," answered Schneider, who was donbtfnl whether he ouiclit not to aoy "your grace," bnt decided that it wonld le safer to onilt that ceremonious form of ad drees. "Il'in! I ilm't know about rood. !; you're the t.r.vr of the riusr, Uiey tell me. As fur trie, Fvo been racing all my life and aewr had a let; Imt I'm I orirwo." The dnko wr.s exceptionally wonlthv. and could tlier'ore afford to race without bet tins, br.t Hhhneidar, not liking to :, merely observed remind hni of hazily eeeai like a that 11 ir- race nni"--- i:u 1. . I sor.cthinr on it. to-ntf(- I ing mm nil round, 110 is quite ns well behaved as tho uenorality of your inti-mates. ' s "Go uud fetch him," answorod Lady Belvoir. "At least, he can't bo woreo j belmml than yon are." "And most certainly ho bohnvos totter than you do, my dear Sybil. But that I isn't high praise." "I should have thought," observed Lady Belvoir quietly, "you might liavo found outby this time that 1 don't your nule ppoeche in the least en1 j j con-eider 1803. ojcrot of her euccoss wna tho present narrato: would uover divnlgo if he knew it, becauso tho pronmlgAtion of Euch secrets ... cannot tend to tho public- . . a advantage. To Dorothy Leslie, who , t, .... . ............. ....n,.., ., ...w.pi-.and generally objectionable, Lady Bel- voir would vouchsafe to say neither how nor why she ha I added his scalp to her previous trophies. "You aro a grout deal too jmrticulttr," she declared. "If ono only made one's-solagreeable to nice men ono would live in a desert. Poor little Schneider is no wow than his neightora." "I should hiv thought that ho was a great deal wo se than omo of them," Dorothy would reply, and indued slie could never be induced to show ordinary courtesy to this unfortunate gentleman, who. for his pit, did his beet to conciliate her. "I oan't mako that girl out," Schneider complained ono day to Eustace Moreton, whom ho occasionally met in Carlton Ilottue terrace. "Sho comes down upon me like n sack of ooals every time that I open my lips, and if I meet her imt anywhere sho won't see me. Who is sto to give horaolf snch airs, I wonder?" Mr. Moreton didn't know, and might add that ho didn't rare. Heugreed, that she had a very disagretble manner. "She seems to make a jtoint of being rude to Lady Uelvolr's friends," ho observed. . f, how-ove- r, Vi Harper's Magazine. ILLUSTKATLD. Harper's Magsn e ! t itoi will runtiMie to malntmti tha mulvaMrd HaMtaiU it . cellcin.e whuh hns charatterhel It 'roin do beginning f tilt vnrwIHbe Among the iinmi.l fntuin new pvrl tertaining." oroep-tioim- l, ').-.- - ulNlracNI CUjgjlOTeiG news-paio- rs En-tw- bow-kelsdo- w 9 Tiny Liver TUTT'S e o QSttSF yw mitimi 1 j 1 94, mmiSsmiiQ irre-istib- le, gmMiU mCINNATI, f; let New Boston NIE1W BliUAKTS. , HARPER'S will flatter yon to tiie top of your lent, if you don't frighten him." Psr Venr Harper's) Meailn.. Lady Belvoir had no intention of doing I4 on llartet iuoi that. Tlmt be proposed to jtmko a conlUtawr's Hiiir,A ... 4 Harper'a Vsuiic a 00 quest of the innocent Schneider was n matter of course. That was what she Kijl lrjsl. iIIki ih Utdttd always pnnoMd to do and always did States Caaa id .Mexic. with eai-- fredi male acquaintance. But in his cam site was influenced by a half The VcstuHies eftfie Macaiine with lh formed ulterior motive. Numbers f,ir jMtie and Dcembr lflneach tear. r might do," she mused. "If he is "He Whs nsttmrr numlaiird, sttl scripti'ins wfllbe-Ki- n llh the nHinb'rBrri)tat the iltao really as rich as thty say he is he might Vu;Mmr order lu f llaiper's possibly do." tar three Ivark, iu clntM bindO?, will be s.t nr wi putt id, rm receipt I est " h'I. Tho truth was that Lady Belvoir's U.i it per volmnp n f. Mudlnfi, (1irnts financial jiosition wa far from satisfaccrh by Mall, .,i sm4.he "ft by KeniiltasKt Hnl, made tory. For some titno past sho had been (Vrd.r o t Irnf to a Iti m ee f loir. living considerably beyond her income, nm In t p Newtpspcis b. aiUeriUlTicntk Miss Iridic it is truewjis apt fo lose .V HioIhrs r and there were moments when she felt patience with those wlioui Lady Belvoir llAHl'l:it A IIKOTIIrlt.s, A4tre. eorionsly alarmed alxmt tho future. NiwYsli, At such momenta she naturally con- treated as frtoida, as well as with Lady Belvoir herself for so trwting them, and templated putting herself up for sale, so 1893. that she was prepared to give Mr. this impntieu-- e of hers was a source f Schneider tin chance of ottering the much amusement to tho more exjierl-dicewoman. very high price which ahe was entitled "You laymen jioor compliment by ILLUSTRATED. to demand. There are many different wars or being prowl. Lady Belvoir's calling them fortune hunters," the latllaiXi' W tehly kkrOlidrl as risnttikg prto. of Wrth (she lind no pride of any ter would say. "I tolieve them on the fMi aicnr l)Mlratd wtikly p,rKlrl. in Aisotlca. McMpMa a s4ac Set.,ikui of tlw other kind) took the form of almost total contrary to to nimvro and disinterested karrnrtl daily sxptt ad tSat c I lie le Hisrlr lovers and I ought to know." moMhls ar. I'lT. It tn)iiiri lih litealtnn iniliilemiee with iegard to what is Whatever thev may liave leen she ret bows, aiti trH wl h.qiisl l.nr. and IriTT" can idor.d the important question real eeBls vfcurrv-- h .nr and the irs itr of nltinm"". There war. wry little bhmd took on immensity if pains to keep Uietn aciba'Ur It'.rst. tttntrt (H ace ant uT lit ri.. i l the World's In faglaml hs good as hers, and her in a state of servitude and good huiuur, veijr east pin not tf i Fair, it will U cstldc to t view wai'liat ir she had to stoop at all ami considering how numerous they Crest rSMssillass, but sIsa lu n.u,ir fully were it was mi waall proof of her autlitv pMK ! ol ielaiesi Will she would incur no great additional tttailu r.ir.Usto t WIK Ulustswtrd in rts by stooping an low aa a Schneider. that she managed to prevent their visit frw ihc btssl enters ted att'sts In ihi toualrr, tarsi la She was a woman of exceedingly quick from elaahitus. Aa for Schneider, not- it wtll rtmlma tMart r.blu liirriar. nt aal withstanding his natural modesty, the IMsMtralsoas. all stKol it ct perceptions, and before sho liad conviction f uvnd itm-lujwn him that a ludf a doxon words witli the litlIAKPKK'SPBRIODICAUs. tle man, who addressed her with that beautiful, wealthy and nobly lmrn lady was ia a fair way to Invome enamored I'ertYssr: hind of shyness which dlspkiys itself in .... -- . of him. No wonder the ioor little maa Harp'' Jl 00 an affectation of exaggerated ease, she , tm ilsiptr't W.itiij .......,... .. .... . 4 knew exactly liow to treat him. She lost his head, and during tho greatei llMfwra Nasar HMprr's.YaiMi; vart of .. a a hours drew as! 10 drew c us to make room whetherhis waking standing hardly knew I'asJajM! lire to l sncrlsea in lit ...... fixed t he was ujHJn it or SlMsH, CalMda arid M for him in n tmor of the sofa upon isrw. utiou his latels. which ,he wa reated. "Of course yon don't wnt to dance?" The vilk sho said. "This is one of tlio few Lon(.TO UK 0OX7IXCBO.1 ubs afllr Wacklr yrar. Wlts Iho Imel laaaaty f iwi Nambrr uo don rooms that aro fit to dance in: but wna bciataaMMl Ihi in ardrr the humImy canat al the oat Uuo'idln'e Arnloa Salvo i there is far too tiitjch of a lk(id Valaaaetvf Hirrr'i WeeVI tir are The il ,.h e la the erM lnr estu, kriji squash. Are you coining to their little years brk. to SK'it (lush bladlru. sill m hf tH t4, akws, MR rhus, fmer soirs, titter, rhstf mall ( dnnce on the 17th?" paid, ar (it 11 area, ttrr of riimM ped IwsmSs, chiltlaisx. er.s and all skis, e tivsdad ia friakl doe au ectid "No, I don't think so," answered rtOfis and SMMtsml? curis piles, r m ssay t(isMr vufasnr. tar if V'i It I Schneider hesitatingly; for indeed lie ed monryKSSsmuiiesMi 10 Prsce perirri sasswasc, Clatli f' r valuaia. rets ndW r teat nr ae bis. sillcamsesx sac mail, pssst sullalrle for Mud I ky paid, 0 its ipt t feared that he would have the lnwt of all Kcr sale by A k. Pioav, Staalotd. K l ack. , reasons for lieing alent from that Hassinaaces satsrld be said ty t All Free ut 1i Msy Ordrr DrAtt la as4 or tai anient. Nestfwpsit taceny tss adicrllseimnt Nr taro-rhave uscil Dr. "Not good enough? Well, I mut say The whit salue aad those KiBf't kur - hav sltlumt ls,r miKl Older a) 'llatswr It rte.i'rn ku VtiOm Hs I think it is rather too tad of you all. aaw tha ispiswlunlty t try it Irrt (.all an llsa Addiias IIAKPF.lt Jk llllOIHKKs tre. dnicHt F.. ret New Mk ionr idea serins to to that society is j.ir aame to 11 andlluk alual kiltieC'hKaaa,aad en A Co , aad bound to provide amusement for ym, (Ua trsal Wutlc of Dr. King's New Lite PinVaa to Health aivl HtHi.tkaW 1893. and yet you won't make the smallest well as a copj of (.aide which la caaraelerd lad instructor flee All of sacrifice for the benefit of society. If tho toucwd and tost you hothift at A. K Psa) 's emnrt young men refuse to dance tolls srus store can't bo given." Sou tho World's Knlrfoi IR Conta 1LLUSTRATBD. "Oh, I don't refute to dance; only I Upon receipt of your additu aad ij caals In Harper's Haar is .sxufmi for hoar sometimes it's pleasanter to sit still anil poaiajtc stamps we will nail )ou oarKspoMliaa. RUM the full ad a witul walkIkeabout lathIt fwtfulio of the World's' Columbian latest In lo talk, don't you think so?" said Schneider, File rtcular price is soc, but as we want yoa lo (a.4. mini lib auB.mui ItluAlrcluia. tm..- piice matlasl Vim suppleawals are indMlli immensely delighted at being called a kavfoaivir msUi toand a thlac t be prind. wsll and palters kwl orru It nikc to ib WHt ftrd it a wars of Art maker m tna ptuiritton smart young man. page views ol the Cleat buildinfa, al RKXlisto ioalainalull Nohm is stared In male Its Its aasae aad isorcutisl In the dricrlpticH-o- f "t the higchrsl order attractien "Yee, but duty is very seldom pleasant, slth with it alter brlubl iieilc, inusisi cntHrdia, d If aiM tftouglitful and yon liavo duties, though you decline MChitt it)lcl artrefund the sump' aadletvou (mm s vilify all tastes and lis last awl ou rt it we will pane lasuou keep the boul Addresa II K. llsxkh-- n ,V C . a a hndkttl f it aasl hum.ir In its rrlly to recognise them. However, I won't sue ivciytaiBi;is lailuOeH shich is al latetrst la CkleaKO, III make you dance this evening. What an Tkn kerifiU fr iSmi t ill h Gillian liw wwawti M I of Gib- Usher and !? all Chriatlaa Trr unfortunate limine this is atom tho AsenofMr. was sn ha1'naser. a mcrraant(hauiSM- - ' kune llmaiil will fuiiiMk I.) practical dry stSlcttd silk a raltar, N. C , llfirvli eni duchess, isn't it?" " tStte KiHkT. Olun rhorh for a year r More aa t be unakle to uurk or tied "Al the 1'iint Schneider, not having tho faintest idea zulntehssil Ills lather ctmcludftd to try Lmm Miller as 1 Cafact keelir illb. friqurnt cou- Pain ....... the him what duchess was alluded to or what berlala's nr r Malm oa T.,rbuyi It ,,. ,w .i.L&l tributots IhrMmrlkUt represer.trd Iho folNmbta. U.,1. A '.,"-r- , KspotitMiH will be fully wotaenln by asasy U... .nil J k.. rum jihI hack eery .int. day seceMt Ibtllrs lar luttiaiMws 1' W II.. ....- - in 'Won tho unfortunate business was, wagged sckool and aaleby W. II McKoheMs. Diuke'H, Slaufoid Ky. Men," wiNpteasraciskivattd aadiessce his head and looked solemn. "Of course," Lady Belvoir wont on, riAKPFIt'S PBKIODICALS a. bonis, but "you think she has only herself to blame. milThe jllaws uitohealth are lauK"t In Ike fcearr't adsi in i) be ot murk practical Pis Va That is what men al ways think, but i. is are never illustrated by llyin( cvarauie- whwh in llarper'n Maeirr very unfair and v ry untrue. The fact many II ....,. wtcht easily he dae ...... somenbol Harper's WYAly.. ..... viiii akir,! . .. i. .j.i ... . U4 aa 4 1. ..mi.w- - .....whi MmmI II is that yon scarcely over hear the tnnh. Iir "II - JU.I ..........I CAuld .11 rorr thochouiso tliat all hear thtnlry, ..... ... ...... S IH, Tnko tho cose of Lady "' "" , for inst.tm e. ceun atid know its slKaiAtauce; see the lhlt, ,,a,l'' PMlacr I'rer Ih alt iHaarrlbeis In thf United I know you won't allow that there can white coalinc on the tonKur, and later, as the rold see the prnfuse watery epectoijt n Slates, Cnwdj and Meoiica. deve!.Msl. bo any excuse for her, and I admit that and thiH watery dlscliarxe Irnm Ine immt, not one 1'he Volumes of the lUaar kesjip wllh Ik" first what ever she has made a fool of herself, yet in i( them would were foiset M.lioUr the fust 1 Ko culd shituldlhen be Number lor laauwry of rachjrar Whtm no reality she has lieen a great deal mi,ro tivs-i- i Chamberlain's Cii(;h Remedy Irrely, that is mealKinrtl subirriptmns will knem'silh time the 'l n.ieht lie that even a setere cold tnuld be Numbrr cturrnt at tke Iihim o( leeeipt f otder sinned against th".n sinning." Hound inHarpet's ilums all) w In ntio or two days, or at least laar fw ihne Sho went on for some time in this way, cured when pr perly treated as sum erf the Hrot )iis back, ib neat if biiHliHK will be sen! by clolh nt cited sympliims appivr '1 his remedy is famous lor its mail, poataannald.or by tsprew frc uf discussing the fr tilties of high pommpiovultd tk frWifht croup It i made cs itol i'siid Si pel sol- ages and tho sc minis connected with cures of leuehi. colds and ume) fi.r ij per volume ' Cloth Cases for wr h uliime. iill ible fur bind known their nimes. Schneider di 1 not know and mt rrlublt medicine Tursale by for tinII ing, will bv sent bytaiall, pott paid, in bottles ripl ol nt all what she was talking atout, but pise i and )i each. Kabtrtt, DruKKi't, Stanlnrd. Ky sboultt be mdn b Piwt.osace he was toyond measure pleased by her 21 t nt loss. Frr pun in the stomach, it lie and holara mor- Minify (rd-- or Diafl tu irm tajring it for grwted thai he was conNiwspjprr, Mr bus there is nothing licttir than Chamberlain s wtlhoutihso' praa 1..wrilur coax tbia S: Ihullieia. uf llarner versant with all tho tittle tattle of her Chidic, Chulcra and Diarrlira Itrmeciy Fur sale iiKKlllKKS. Addr. HAkl'l-sot, and ho did nut disclaim tho severely hs W It McMherla Pmeciat, Stanf rd, Ky New ork critical attitude with which she chdso to credit him. BESTI.XOCiUTT. aunrii QiuriTT. "Really," nho a lid at length, "wo aro not so black as wo are painted. Why won't you," she continued, in almost lo tin pleading accents, "try to judge of us for yourself, instead of .believing all you hear about us?" "But I aseuro you I don't tolievo all I hear," protested Schneider eagerly, and he thought he might venture to add, "at mi utt) our Xiuhm Murk ilonr I li.ive any ratu, 1 shan't believe what I hear atout you in future, Lady Belvoir." tin: MtMiicniif James V. (ireen and I "Oh, you don't oxjiect to hear much :tm to tlo all kinds nf tmiMrial good then," she returned, laughing. uork. Has loci all Worm Remedies. "You haven't heard any from Lord EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Guise, ut all events; I'm quite sure of PKKIODICALS. it out, and it hns always surprised me. If I were in your place I should feel that they lent variety to life and should quite enjoy tliein. But I suppose no woman knows what it is to be satiated with llattery. Now I will go and get iuy poor little Schneider, who havo found "I khi nl.is tiler im ludirnr Marv I' U'lLtns kuhatd Dnsls, Marirsrtl IMatiS, liuinlcr HardliK and 11 a y uthi If '1 h. I, usiraleil will rtnl riu lr b Ju'l.u Hp ph. A new Sot.herji hj ti" . ,y 1 he nr.l eimi (n'or Chth1 rn Inr'ta, h !'. nit' er llir'Kw in it IluxU ami r). Sy Sliharu A P ld IMMS e on l.tiiuh.ti StsaiK , l.v ml I ihi halt rn Kidr, m fdwlHA Al.ivyi.ileciirtn-l- . ( jkuftfHit'.Cin.Kii. II r r arlklr wsll ! rilnl'iUd by Mr ...- - r.. it., Wilt'liarW. KHnt N- -b liam Dean HewcrU, IlramUr Matthews m.il others tbcdi, Mill m Wiwhon awl Sy A. r. nrti ttrtr, ) V. C iI.ismi tuntrihiilfd by the Utk Bni t itorlcs shwl renl-nmlMst-the- P it (rn l't i.ua-tlih-- Liii-TA- 1 Vt.. . ,''o l'.e , 411 it . I Wait-cin- e P&st.cfiWe-Mon- c . 1 .' WHhtmtlkrrtprr-.Mtirrofttari.T- d Harper's Weekly. y t M-- swU-IS- e ib-loq- (. bl kt y f Mes . lr .. .-.. . -- .i to-nig- ht "ilf !( rea I r ' n-- epr ihi Poet-aA- Harper's Bazar. j satl-rie- is- , I - cnlt-tisi- U ulll L ' II- -, ! 1 II- I ::"', . -... . I ywp-tueaso- ta I ds etna - pur-Si- c 11 llrs-ttla- nt I I vrrlt-vma- nt OOMS AHOTJND WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS ItlUURUMI.VnTLOU 4 New Bartier Sfiop, VERMIFUGE SOLD KVIUYW1I1 JOHN COOK, Jr. Stanford, Ky. rnrsd bT, j .d. oui:. LOllg. ....,., Stockholdcrs'Mcethip;. of the tlocLholdoia of the Fanner A ll.ink ,V I rust Co , will L.) held t their hunkinc in Stanford on the first Wednesday in Jan house 11 illrectcrs uary j, for the purpose of electlnc OWSI.KN , J II. to serve Iho ttistilnc year. L ashler 84 Id Scientific American Agency for I)u-lut- li firtt-cl- .i IsSDIES Ml NN A CO., 3C1 lllldADWAT, NSW VohK. Oldest liiinuu for seourinu patents In Anierlra. Krory rjiteia taken out by us Is brought beforu the public by a notice siren freo ot charge lu thu r, Co D. FOWEIX, -- PEAI.KK IN- COPYRIQHT8, otc. rnrinfnnnatlonand freo Handbook writn to irpiuft mnnnos DESIGN PATCNTti CAVEATS, ' VT - 5cicnil,-:-nIcrcliaiiIis- c, jnn-no- recal-t'.tra- nt And Country Produce, Has oprced his stock of nods and is ready to people of Stanford and vicinity. He is serve otTcrlnc unheard of llargatns and all who want good goods at tho lowest possible prices should call on Mm on LKn Ascnue. fr amcricitu Scientific & Ijirci'jt rlrrulatlon of any sclentlflo paper In tlin No InoMlluwit wuciu. PplruiiliaiT Illustrated. man should ha without It. ll'AKhlat .ail'k list a tirraii.aiiiiiii tus. II JO six months. Address MUNN A York. tr?y r .q . - - , a- tour ana in a nepuicnrai wmspor himcci: "Itather Mould I Ho dead at your feet, A flower unknown: n lxwrcunrend: Sir Algernon, than deseycrato my fath-lir'A tno with fruit tinharvestetl; secret iitem'ry by becomin your bridol A path untrodl it lintinn vrlioto rooms Hearest yet tho lionrt'a dlvlno perfumen; Lclc Aunt Ann's shrill voice rosoin n shriek. A UniUcnH) whose wlilo lionlcr Hun 'Debt Dubby! In (illolit nhiulo 'ueath ttllviit nUes; h Dut hIio paid no heed. Sho grew A wondrous fountain yt unsealed; again as sho gazed at this now Deb A collect with Its iflftM concealed; ono who acknowledged her own boattty, ThU U tlio yenr thtt for you waits Beyond toinorrntr'a myittlo k:i1m. whoxe pulfieft lenped, whoso brain teemed with chaotic, dazzling vinious of an Oh, may this flower unfold to you as yet unknown, but whero YUlons of sweet nnd itvw; women woro gowim llko this nnd were Till book on gulden tmsw traco happy! Your nacrcd Joy rtnd deed of craeol ' 'Tain't no nee! 1 might with my Stay nil tlm fruit of till atranstu trco Ltuclnusnud ruty tinted I.; heart out, nnd it wouldn't ninko a bit o' Thlx path through field of kuowlrdKoeo; diff'ronco! I'll only Ihj Deborah TompThis liouso with loro'a content oVrftow: kins nil my llfo, and not in no way like Till laiidncnjKi Kllttor with tlio dew beautiful ilisB Vane." Of blevsed hotn' nnd frlomlsbli true; Tho nbrupt ojiening of tho door broke This fountnlu'a llvlne crystal olicrr. in upon her Mtpprowctf, tninpestuoiis An fall tho aprltiiri that uncn wero dour; robbing, and a horrilieil fccrenm, with This casket with Mich uriini I to stored the Miarp fall of u broom handle across Aa tdilno In Htm that love tho Iirdl - linlitun Jounml. the threshold, had the effect of a thunderclap. "Le mo Bet down!" bhrieked Aunt Ann, her gaunt and grenadierlike loouiiug in tho doorway, iron gray curls bobbing like wiro opring, cyolids ilnttering, uiirniced hands quivering in horror. "Lo' mo sot down or I'll faint! Le' mo sot down, I saj 1" and nlthongh no oneprcvotited uln) continued to Huttpr on thu threshold, omitting wonk ntr AlYf?lBfW TKVRMJ MAI rm.M hcronins. Dub, absolutely colorlons, leaned t- - w agaiiiKt tho mantel, lwr thick sotol, nuly NTHK chill of thoOc-t"r twilight tho droiif shoes protruding with iMitlwtic incontvip in tlm litiKV front gruity from beuuHth thu nhinmiuriiig. to trnuihltt, (lriM)ltco Kt Holly farm silken kirt, lint he "J'AiZziwhile deflmico and pride grow in her WHH H" wrlcoinu rm u ivy fnco. yon, lie a footstep w henvy tlmtonly a m impatiently l)th Hit kicked lur Miiull, lough IhwU ngnliiat tho clawfixdtil niuliruii. Hr delicate black brwi nliovu intoiiifu violet oy met in n frown, an if die niodiUttod mutiny. Hor arm, wrajil in a gray woolen nhawl, wero drilnutly folded iikii lir Immoui. NiiuUuii mirveyiuir his anuy did not give a tatter idou of ubliuu, slumbering utmiy-t- thitu littlt tliero. Deb as bho Poor, n nioiiatf, motherlne little ) unhappy or she Deb' Slit whs thought idio wan, which an far n MilTer- .ing countfl in ijulto tlio wmio thing, I hate moil '1 hate iiiynelf jest! trytliing! Amit Aim eit there's nuth- Jitlt a ctiw on tliU Rirth, but Mwi (el Vane ha tdiowod mo it ain't nol back to tho city tomorro- w"LOOK AT HKIt. HIRAM n back to the jilnro he calln a thonyter, cowhide loot could make it sontMlcd on whore hho make bolteve he's winiolKHly the stairs. clt, lH'liitul a mw of llhU. Rho'll for- - "What in thunder' the rowf' criod a Kit thin oh farm where Iwr dwtor tint hem ty niisal voice, ami Deb was conIkt Uxlrink thf mill; ; she'll forgit iiih fronted by her lover. f tir all ho ht'Z I'm tt putty, an 1 pn-"Look at her, Hiram!" yelled Aunt fhc'H Iw plaguy gld to forgit Aunt Ann. holding her skirt Imck, ns if oven Ann, with her nagging anil Scrtpturo nt a few yards' distance Deb might conmixed together ) it'H hanl to tell ono taminate her. "Lw.k at that exposuro from t'other." of puon; at that ungodly disclosure Tho acho of longing ilnrkpnotl Deb'a oh, wnity vanity! Heaven forbid that cyoaiWKho liiined closer, as if tht blaz- my dead sister should look down on this ing twigs could fumUh an niihuerto 'ere sad sight her own offspring gone tho qucRtiourt tonnetitltig her. over to the washup of Baal. Delorah, "Tho cityl How 1 wish I could go DolHirah you air n hst soul! Worm of jest onctt Hiram MV. lio'll tako me thure the iliit, whar will that vain heart of on our weddin journey but," and tho yourn laud yon?" "Lordy!" was all Hiram could say as pretty noso gave a hcornful tilt upward, don't know an I'd care to see it he stood dazed, but full to the lips with when Pin married to ylram! I don't admiration, suffering from a sudden of her loveliness and his own know ns I wnnt to marryIiram at nil thorc! Hn nin't like city f)lkH no mor u uncouth ugliness. "Deb" ho commenced, but tho girl, :o As if this audacious Htiueuiont OTfTl stung to open revolt, throw up her littlo 'hocked tho twigsl They tnickknl tho head and stamped her foot. "Don't yon commence preachin, Hiram louder nnd ent npliorcerioraugo and purple, tlaincn that tnmsilgutel tho love- Pond. I won't stand it from you. What of I did put on oneof Miss Vane's dresses! ly, reUlllouH faco watohiuglthum. Guess it's no affair of yourn! I lovo 'em! I love Miss Vane. I wish I was her 1 wish I never seen you nor Aunt Ann nor this old, stupid place!" She broke into wild sobbing and flung herself on hor knees beside the bed. A. "Oh, how I wish I was dead!" sho cried in heartfelt bitterness. There is n look that death brings to tho human faco there is a look that lovo brings and neithercan lo counterfeited. It was this look of lovo that flashed over Hirnm's rugged face, giving it for n moment n pathetic beauty absolutely real whilo it lasted. Deb's words went through him like a knife. Unable to sjn'ak he went slowly from the room to shut out the sight of that nobbing, kneeling figure, to forget her words, if iKMble. Dut ho could not forget. As he stnxlo blindly along the road ho saw tho truth so plainly Deb was growing cold to him "AIN'T Slllt UIVKLY'r dio was changed. "Dob Deb that look on your faco toTho outside iloor c!om-- sharply nnd brought Dob to her feet with a lxntuco night stabbed me! 'Tain't like as ef I in time to see n natty, feminine figure in wuz alivo quite. I'd ruther you'd killed mt, l)el killed mo with those dear litbh.io sorgo pass the window. she lovely jwt:" highed Deb, tle hands than look at me ng'in as you "Ain't not droaining that her own face was so did tonight!" A sob hi oko in his throat. Ho stopped much lovelier than Jliss Vane's. whoo uoloring on che les, eyelashes and hair at a familiar stilo on the edge of tho was so distinctly manufactured. For a moment Deb stood in thought; OeTjOrTN-- J J then olicyiug a Midden iir.pulso sho i Tfvr.'r- slipped from tho room, jnst dodging Aunt Ann at the foot of tho stairs. Stealthily, as if sho wire committing a crime, she dropped to her knees boforo. Mh Vano's door nnd took the key from beneath the mat. When she stood with'ii tho room her eyes were excited as a cat's; tho pulsations of hur heart ached inc. ntlVY TEAK. fl thor eeri-ou- oan.mm v WM tm assm s&K vr?.i.; -- pro-jHirtio- m I K 'mm h i , j fir '' "t ss iw XM. Ua :u.: her throat. Oh, how sweetly tho place smolled of violets! How pretty tho toilet table was draped with lace and rihlous! Deb cropt to tho wardrobe and cautiously opened the doors. A shimmer of silks of delicate colors mot her gaze. With almost religions awo hIio leaned her flushed cheek against thorn and gave it great sigh. In all hot life sho had never had more than two gowns ono to work in and ono for Sundays. There were fully twenty and such gowns! With trembling fingers Deb took ono from its hook, mastered it.s intricacies and stood arrayed iu it before the mirror, regarding .ier reflection with rapture, nluiott uvh veneration. It was the first Hum she had worn a low necked gown, nnd the eifeot of her white throat nnd shoulders hi contrast to her little sunburned faco was positively dazzling. A smile rippled over her lips as sho recalled grandiloquent phrases which sho had often overheard Miss Vano reciting. She strut k an attitude of hau- - -- fill v'r P vVtfll -- "" i W a rtiMyr - 3Z" ?fei-- ri g&? szmszst I . ' "WHAT IS IT?" lit". OAS1T.I). red (k'iober woods, and covering his with his old soft hat prayed that it might not be true this awful thing that Deb no longer loved him. It was thu cold gray and blue twilight of the next day when Hiram again went hesltatiugjy up the path to Holly farm. i( MEANING OF THE MONTHS. in tno intorvn! lits generous heart had nrguod out Deb's cause, and lit had ion How Thry Can J to Hn her abwlutely. of tlm I'rcMJiit Calendar. "'Twasjest n longintf for fino clo'es January begins the yenr nnd looks nnd things, like that tch as makes gitls both ways toward tho yoar just past say frackionn nt times thnt made her nnd that just coming. It was therefore what she did to me. P'raps tonight, named by the Romans for their god of lied her cry out. s'ae'll ny artor she's war, Janus. He hurt two faces, nnd ng'in sho loves aie denr, 6we.-t- , littb was therefore cnlled Janus Difron, Deb!" which may be freely translated "Holy Aunt Ann met him in the doorway. " Originally this was only Sho was us prilo rs n pkco of bleached the olevonth month, mul tho four prelinen, nnd nhe looked at Hiram with ceding wero unmet! from Soptem, Octo, eyes that chilled him to the core of his Novoin nnd Decern, as they then were heart. tho seventh, eighth, ninth nnd tenth 'Aunt Ann! What is it:-- ho framed. months. It would tnle n small volume I wsru't "Oh, Hiram, don't bhuncuie! to explain hew, a a quaint old ahnannc to blame!" she groaned, holding out gixe nnd such .evens the w.-!:iwl, I says such appoalinu lmntl. "I e tiiotit lis wore knocked to that ten allow, and I told Mies Vmie to git out; ttui.slated into Octo. Sullice it tc that I might 'a' known a curse would Miy, Jm.uary begins tho yenr now, and come fioui rentiu my room to v. play explained in acting, godless critter who could wear tho other muith are to be tt.eir turn. Kech clo'es. but" month February was an "But DeW interruptfKl Hiram fierce- from the start. The unfortunate not nt Romans did ly. "What nlmut her!" mid ho fairly tp have any such mouth, but Fhook Aunt Ami until Iter fnlee teeth first intend finding the year nil askew the' added rallied. and desigtho lust of "She's gone with Hint Vatiu woman: some days at ns the days it, nated them "to purify" gone!" Deb's ("febrtiare" in old Latin). Finding thoy quiv"Deb!" cam'o iu n bemrt brok-ering cry from Hiram's white lips, nnd had sot tho time too early they put tho he clneped hi tfrett, strung arms hard new month nfter January nnd measured it by tho moon. When they began to ncroHi his lmi. . as if lunging to thut "purify" for the coining summer they her close within that chelter. I!choes of the strife and sin of great nto beans instead of meat, nnd therefore cities had stolen to the green wlitnde named the season Lent ("lontes" where his l'fo had lcn ijcnt, and it beans). By miscounting the days, betlicir year soon got two months York, tbet foroff place of was to S glitter nd pain, thct little Deb had hind, and Julius Cresar oVerhaulod it gone. Suddenly his eyes uarmwed and again. March is n name of war. Tho Romans ilfttVd. (coin to git D:b and nzig her named it for Mars, thoir war god, per"I'm haps because winter and spring contend back!" be raid. h, f it ain't for tht month. We owo the Romans one yoO nin, Rlntfn "Kf Into. "And tell bar I won't never for ninking this tho third month, for this laid the lmsis for some of our fiuost , old crusted jokes, such as "March ' fortli!" addressed to the retiring the chestnutty minstrel command to the stage soldiers, "January, Fobrnary, March!" Let us remember vt the Romans, oven for this littlo. On second thought, let us romember them all the more as they were not in a genat eral way a humorous people April is supposed to be so called be; w . (fuitfcy. rti -- j cause things open aliout that time ' mum, Krr M (Latin "nperire"), It is tho aperient U9SBS month, so to speak. Having no mythology ' .1 iMkVb .4. tho month is in this latitude Eacred to ll catarrh. When tho new humanity does away with all old superstition and reI I'.i V tiff 1 establishes a puro Saxon language, as it promises to do, this will probably bo L'J A.. IZJ called Springchickenmonth or -- irw . KM w 0 . or Sneezereezer or some kj tender littlo name of that instructive "I'M T1IK 1IIKAM WIIOPK MKAHT WOULD sort. May is by common consent the synowoman preach sain," wailed the old as she clung to IiIh hand; "wo air nil nym for flowers and poetry, women nnd worms of the dust, but I'll never call children, music and moonlight everyher thot. Deb never useier liko to bo thing sweet nnd soft. As n matter of fact tho popular jwetry for tho month called a worm!" "I'll git her or dio myself!" and would suit the lust half of it and tho first half of June much lotter. Tho Hiram was gono. Romans named it from Main, daughter t Half past 11 o'clock. Tho bell that of Atlas and mot hor of Mercury. The gave the one WaUimla mournful sound. Romans seldom got married in May, as The old year was dying, snowllakos tho festival of the dead was celebrated pattering in icy kisos upon its old, early in tho month. It is a bad omen to lw taken sick in this month especially scarred faco. .iTho great noisy pantomime nt tho for farmers and gardeners. Juno was the wife of Jupiter in clns-si- o 0rystal opera house laid been played for mythology nnd made it hot for him hho last time, and at tho narrow, dark hence June. Somo say, however, that stago doir a group of discharged chorus it was so called becanso it was the girls stood shivering. They disappeared in twos nnd threes month for young men (juniores). Juno until only one was loft. It was Deb-- hut was tho great goddess of motherhood how changed! Something hard and and growing nature, and so the Romans reckless had come toher young face, tho honored this month with her name. Sho lipi and eyes still smirched with tho was also subject to sudden storms of wrath and jealousy and was very vingtease paint, her brows bent. As she waited there a coujie drew up dictive, which led Virgil to ask nt the curb, and a man much older than In heavenly minds can such resentments dwell? herself and very fashionably attired August, with its thirty-ondays, is n went toward her. "Dear littlo girl, have I kept you jwrpetunl reminder of how Augustus long?" ho asked iu a drawling tone. Ciesar (Octavius) slipped ipon his undo Julius. Ho insisted on having a big "Tell me are you discharged." "Yes." canio in a hard, bitter sigh month named for himself also, and so from Dob's lips. "Yes there's nothin pulled tho whole calendar around so as day mouths" tobut starvation now or goin homo to be to bring two thirty-onpitied," and the last word canio with gether iu midsummer, ns in midwinter, imlesi rilmble bitterness. at the samo time changing the name Her companion drew hor closo to him from Sextilis.or tho Sixth (which it then was), to Augustus. "Dog days" prevail and hol;ed into her face. "There's something else thoro's my in this month, becauso thu sun is inCanis love! Soy tho word I'm longing to hear Major, and Sirius rises about tho samo and I'll take you far away. Say it!" tinio as the sun at least so the ancients "N'. no!" sho whispered, her faco pal- thought but it is now known that the ing under the rouge. "On. couldn't!" heliacal rising of Sirius is peculiarly in"I would kill Amv Ann! And and determinate, and therefore every dog now has his day. Hiram it would break hi heart." Nonsense, dear. Y.m'H just diwp-peSeptemlier is the month, and tlu 1th know" .md tliey need vr tho particular day, on which the creation Tii'-hoiuMhing h:i. "! inmred in a of the world was completed, according eyes. mist ray from little P--b to the old rabbins. The Russian priests "And oven if vy never knew I added that man was created iu this would know I, niTselt." she whispered. month, becauso more fruit riiiens in it The snow iiiullled the footsteps of than in any other. That was when they and she dil not huar the man had no ideas of south latitude and had wno una approached and who stood never heard of tho equator. In tho veryquiot in the shadowy angle of a Roman calendar it was the seventh . Ho only waited to hear her last month, and so thoy named it from sop. wordx; then he sprang forward and tem "seven." October yas tho Roiiiaus'eighth month caught her to him, looking tho fashion-abl- e originally, and therefore named from stranger in tho face. "I'm tho Hiram whose heart would octo "eight." In tho old logeiuls it break -- got anything to say to me?" ho was set down as tho month in which Adam and Kvo wero ex polled from asked m a voice of fury. No. there was nothing to say. This was ninth (novem) month to the was liest. In a moment Deb was alone with Hiram, tho snow falling Romans. It has long been a notable month for signs and omens, as well as around them liko a veil. religious dates, though no one can show " "Oh, Deb, I be'n lookin for you The Saxons called it "blood ho whispered, framing tho why. shamed littlo faco iu his big, tender month," liecause they slaughtered cattle hands and hungrily kissing the pleading and wilted away all their winter's l)euf mouth. "At last tonight, when I'd most iu this mouth. The old Romans hud given up, I reckornized you as you many important religious observances marched around in that yaller jacket. iu this mouth, and tho Cluistians have Oh, Deb, I love you yet! Do you love adopted somo of them. It closes most mo? Will you coino homo this very appropriately with n general thanksgiving for the fruits of the season tast. night?" The tenth (decern) month iu the old Dob nestled closer, but shook hor head. not worth your lovo, Hiram! I Roman calendar, but now the twelfth, "I'm is the month of holy memories iu all lio'n so bad to rim away liko that." le log and the "You're worth my lovo of I lovo Christian lands. yon!" said Hiram conclusively, and that Christinas tree, Kris Kringle and Santa Clans, the vacation, the homo coming, seemed to settle the matter. Over tho wind swept, snowy street the tie gifts and tho holidays these are of miisio of the New Year chimes canio Dtiemher. Christmas has conquered all stealing so sweet they mado Deb cry. classes. Tho old Puritans fought against Dut they wero hnppy tears, and she it m vain. So by the triumph of faith uid civilization combined the season of drew Hiram's faco down and kissed it. "I'll alius lovo bells," said Hiram. cold and often of sleet and rain, the "Hark! Sounds 's ef they war savin, time of shortest days and longest nights, She's yourn yourn yourn forever!' " is turned into tho season of greatest - u r and hilarity. J. II. Dr..ii,r. ,jfcl- for-giv- THE NEW YEAR. Nnmrd-Evolut- HumntnlnK wild ceines a little child. tie nutroritleti Ways Aro hlooinlntf bricht 'nmtti his steps of Debt, And the valleys rlHpr with his prnisc And the raornlmt gllnta oa tits brow and tints 'cr the And all Voting Wives Who aro for tho first tlmo to undergo woman's severest trial wo offer - ills cheek with Its ror rays. N ' M i ', , Two-front.- "Mothers Friend" A remedy which, If used as directed a few weeks before confinement, robs it o( its " f4l11 :r (.'uv-ovin- g, be-ic- w wis VN;' WttM m mm rn?rsi ti feaoSffi t ; ic- .iTi sit XTffl a n, how-ovo- r, ; to - aft fimWt j rk fa w 'ali prosi-dout,.a- Office South fide Mmi. .trfft, in office rcctMly Ills bright eyos mnn and hU tresses clcuni scattd by Dr. I.. K. Huf,iDn, Stanford, Ky. Shot with tho sunshine's darts That mark his way throueh the gntoi of Utij Asthedylni; your departs. And the vacant throne Is now bM two. Stockholders' Meeting'. And his kingdom is human hearts. Ameetinj; of the trckboMerc of iho Hirst NaTho souks lio sines nnd the Joy he brings house tional Hank will be held at their tonkin Are woaticrrui, s eel aim rare. in Stanford o tbe ecnnd 'Tueiday In January, i93, lor the purpose ol electlrc n dlrectirs for Anl tno imurs glows iiku h irnrna. jtctu McROUJHTS, the ensiitig year JOHN Neath the wand that he wrt la iilr. OaJhfer.j, klsMM sweat, and with stnllw. wo And with ZP preut The beautiful, glnd Now Yoar. And cover tho head of the OW Vent, diwtl, With a cUl, cold shroud of umw: Llfo issued, hut time Is fleet. DfaHklndi, And the years mtwt come and bo years, with thIf smllou nnd Ma'clc and Set Up in All Parts of The beautiful tears, the Country. Tho yoRrs tlwt we all lovo so. . No A)(tM Mnplojd). S4-- td j? jr. - mm &i y$$j woman marvoloua results, and wish who has to pass throueh tha ordeal of child birth to for a few know If they will use Mothers Friend weeks It win rooconnneraenici ru,n ;;.' and insure safety to he ef mother and child." Mo. Mrs. Sam Hamilton, Montgomery City, r a aLbj. n.An.lft mm Atnf fit price, ftiOpefbO'de Sold by all druggists. Uook To Xlothers mailed free Uraufield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. PAIN, HORROR AND RISK TO LIFE of both mother and child, as thousands who have used it testify. Friend "I used two bottles of Mothers every with """; DE. W. B. PENNY Dentist. f MONUMENTS W. ADAMS No. a , 'VIYl,'".tO. , v & 1 if tm Vrodw SON. iitt.ri, Ky. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Havinj; ill,olvpl fartnerthip we arc eryd firoui of adding our old huMnen, srd all cuitom-- r Irdcbtf d to H. K .V W. II. Wearen will find at the their account.. ilh Y. II. Wratcn call and fettle ame place of buMn. I'lt-a-' II. K. &W 11. WEAKEN. 71 iir' til nm& 9 wvrvsm i J it i w POSTED. ,A . ' Kucli-leinmonn- th iwtff'! iv vim 4r' WSh. This oatice forewarn hunter?, fiihirmtu r nj er othcti not to treipait on our lands wlthtut lull-eit nmsion, ai al! ru.h wil' be .roxcitca to the exttnl of the law, Sicned: M.SI'OONAMC'jrK ;C. JS Iinit-KK.- " Klssos nnd tenrs for Its Joys nnd Its cares have pnssod Tho r w hose sti-iInto silence sweet, where no fall of feet Is heard In tho Dim and Vast. o tho Old his due; hut wo lovo tho New I. HRUCE. THOMAS C. HALL. t. 4 S'lEELEHAII.I.Y. A.M. FELANU. II. W GAINES. JAMES GIVtK?. I. S. PHILLIPS. Tho sweetest Frank L. roo Is tho last!. l)athi; Abend. in Ue'Ics' Homo Journal. M LACKOW1TZ. T IJ. NEW LAND. W. V. HAYis. (I. C. I.YON ANTON RENACKF.R. CLAUK KhYNOLDS. ' i ' k i ERKU HAUMANN. R. L. WIIflK. MllS. M. A. MARTIN, fiitf HorfolkiWesternR.R. ?, 1.' Schedule D 1. o Fcathorstono My tailor has u delicate ' sense of humor. Itingway Why, what has ho done now? o Feathorstone dar for 1S9I. lie has sent mo n calen- LEAVE NORTON DAIL.V 7:00 a. m for Graham Il'ucfield, P calioniaa and all stations Flat Top and Pocahontas Division.. 12:C4.npon, for Blucfirld, Radlotd, Poimokr, Lynchburg, Richmond, and Norfolk. Also (via Roanoke) for Washington, Hcerttwn, Harris-ourPhdadelphiaand New Ycrk Pullman Sleeping Cars from Lcuidl to Nor. talk via Norton and Radloid, also Radlotd tn. New Y'ork, via Shenandcah Juiictlrn, aljo Rail. Iprd to Washington; also frcm I.yncliburg to Rich mond. o Train tor Pocahontas, PowhaUn'and llluefield diuly at 6 10 a in, 8 30 a m, 1 05 p in and pin. Lea.e Uluclleld 610am daily for Kenova and Columbus, O. Arrhe Columbus 0 15 pm Additional trains Tor Welch and intermediate stations on Elkhorn have llluefield 05 p m and p m daily 5 a the Fast daily at Trains arrive at Ncttou Irotu it 40 p m and 5 ? p iu lor fuither information as to schedules, rate', A .apply to agents of Norfolk estirn W. H.IIKVILL, Gen PaM. Agt Itoanokc, a. g, r.oot-willlea- so 1 ici I a 1 i n-- pnsM-rsby- , x4-rh- Tlio I'erslan XJtttlies am New YearN. On the 21st of March, according to our chronology, the Persians arouso ! from their usual apathy and roam nbout in glee. The men fall upon each other's necks, kiss and euros each other and FOR GOOD WORK ! vow eternal brotherly love. Tho Persian laboier and iieddler. who ordinarily does not mind if his hands and feet ! are of the hue of night, takes a bath and has his hair cut, and if the sun is hot ho has his head shorn clear of hirsuto adornment. Dnlancing himself on tho ground by holding on to his toos, he de- According to results accomplished; livers himself over to the hair butcher, in addition to a liberal commission of who is usually a tonsorial artist of no moan development. Indeed it is said twenty per cent. that several of tho:o public harbors have Also become quite rich, notwithstanding that they perform their hardest labor on this GUESS PREMISS groat holiday. GOOD PAY For Ladies or Gentlemen $5 to $500 Cash! x A Jlitrtyr t tin uuo. No FOR SUBSCRIBERS. . jMira-die- o. Ke-tre- at every-whar!- WD mm L&itn ?riT'.jmrK --ft- Impossibilities or Uncertainties. Every thing Fair, Honor-j- J jjK. able, Plain and Positive. Sec programme in the ' sr - urn. mm .Vv r a- Ai?K V ?- iVtm 1 - & . imm tgouiier MM , IIou&e-ArHrt ae WW-?- fts , of our Fourtb Aiiuual Coutest among Agents foilargeet clubs. iV fl"Au Agency for tho Weekly Enquiriui is a profitable business. It is tuo best school in tho world to prcparo ono for a business contact with tho Tlu-yu- 4i isjiaL- -, public, a stepping-ston- o to business , not dotor me, AJa long as there is a drop of blood In my veins I am Koing to leave no stone uuturncd to bring it buckngain. Lady of tlio jfott aware that tlio custom of iwyliigcalls on New Year's day has entirely gono out? Tramp I am, madam, but that docs j qualification and future prosperity. Wo want good Agents to solicit for subscriptions. extra good. Tho iuducemeuta,aro ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. . ." ' . 3j , TOTS FOF THE CHILDREN: -:-- PRESENTS FOR ALL. Bis Line Christmas ) i-- Goods lVncuntc Tnr vnnr Hrnrlior. at the LoraMleStor Presents for vour Sister. Presents fnr some nrlior iVIIilt'e QictnrklW'f o. iv- .- ...... iMaiuA. t -- ...., r- - ,...- - ir-ifl- f We can show you Comb Cases, Plush Albums, Work Boxes, Albums, Dolls, Guns, Rattles, WatffisS$y Buggies, " 4 Carts and Drums. In addition to our Toy Line, we have made 3 Special holiday Prices in Clothing, Shoe, Dress Goods & Notion cLine. ; You can buy a fine All "Wool Suit at S7.50, worth S12; extra fine funoy NVorstcl 11, worth 18; Good Overcoat 2.75, worth 5; Ueavutf Overcoat worth?.. 2$: V Wc, worth 50e. Men's Boots at 1.25, worth 2.00; Monfc full tc1Bbot 2&rdi$i.'i1l; it OhillC's Overcoat 51.25, worth 2.25; Knee Pants Suit 70c, worth SLUO; Knee Ladies' Kid Button Shoe 1.00, worth 1.7o; Tnfant Shoes 2.c, worth 50c; Misses' Shoesjoc. worth L25. Grain Boot 2, worth 3.00; Ladies' Button Shoe 90c, worih 1.50; Jl L' V t All Wool Dress Goods at '25 cents, 35c, 40c and 50 cents a Yard. 1 F' "s& ) f I fc? jfc AJ Ladies' and Gents' Underwear Positively at Cost. Ladies' Vests at 25c. Red Flannel Vests 75c. Men's Undershirts 45c; Men's Rod FlanricgL Ask to see our Celebrated Foster. Paul & Co. Kid Gloves in Black and colored, every pair warranted. Shirt coc. Black and Tan lur-- rimmed $$; all wool Jersey Jacket S2.50. Remember we have only a few Jcks and Cloaks on hand - i 1 JPF s njmau"JA7W- Mm r - Mill t in 1 " -- m tJki:m .si i h :. Ladies? Long- AVoool Cloaks Worth $7.00, $8.00 and $10.00 to Close gmtf at In fact everything in our immense establishment nt prices lower than any other merchant in Stanford. . .onlS ' ' LOUISVILLE ST0RE; FOB. EVEHST. DOING THINGS WELL. n. l'lc-a- . A. HAYS, "VT liars all thte, .Initios? What sort of a pile are you making in that olowt? You'll have to tnko the wood out and put it back in an ordorly manner.' Of course, I didn't like that decision, but I had to submit to it, nevertheless. "The time I might have spent in my task properly, I had to spend in undoing what had been begun. I had the entry Ailed with u loose heap of wood, when suddenly I heard the jingle of sleigh-bell- s and the hurrahs of my schoolmates. " 'O, mother, I can't go!" I exclaimed, ruining1 into the sitting-roo'I'm not through with my work;' and big loy though I was, my eyes wore Ailed with tears. " 'How sorrj' I am,' said my mother, gently. She knew, as well as I did, that there would be no appeal from father's decision, and she knew, better than I did, how wrong it would lie to allow me to go, leaving my work half done. " 'Shall I excuse you to tho boys?' she asked. " 'Yes, if you please,' I tearfully replied. "Sadly I returned to mr task, but that time did it well. Indeed, 1 think IWe triod to do my work thoroughly ever since. I am glad you don't uecd such a lesson, James. There's the now." Christian Iutelligcucer. g Manager, SERMONS IN WALES. Thejr Aro Very Cheap mul Unfortunately pike. The Anderson ptouerty on Ihi Good triek home ivith four room and hall. Coed Work al&o. cistern afcrtyemenl acd water ontalns Wo acre. Passessloii i;icn January t, r.M McROIlKRTS, 4 Stanford, Ky ot .Kttt TT1TDI?D l wi tart up next week a LUlYlDCilA. SAW MILL ontTe $omimet pike, cicht mile from Stanford, and wll Have 70,000 feet of good Oak and J'oplar Lumber lor nle. I williellatthe most reasonable rales and invite all who want Lumber to give me a call, a JACOII IIAIiKLIUER, Ottenheim. ',.IEW BUTCHERlSHOP. Uutcher Shop ou Lancaster street, where I will keep at all times I have just oponed a firt'Cb TIBCE : that caa be obtained, which I will sell at the market price. I have a nne. nw, large refrigerator and meat will 1wjv be kept fresh and nice. IULlAtN tal .m. BEST : MEATS FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY Capital Stock- Surplus S200,000 20,000 I "K - A Halloon for the KaUrr. Tho sum of 50,000 marks (2,000) which the German emperor has Just presented to the German Soeiety for tho A WUJIAX'S 11UTUHT. Promotion of Aerial Navigation for tho advancement of this science is to be devoted to tho construction and equipment of a giant balloon. This balloon Deposit Bank of Stanford in Ized as the National Bank ot Stanford in 5,no will lie as high as a house, again re.orgauued as the First National Bank ol will bo 50 feet in diameter, and it will uninterSunlord in iSii. has had practically an supplied It is better rupted existenceof 31 year contain no less than 2.30 cubic meters now with Ucililies for transacting business prompt of gas. It will be made of Egyptian iy and liberally than ever belore in its lone aud honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidu- cotton stuff, and will be coated with ciaries, firm and individuals respectfully solicvulcanized gum, which is considered bettor than varnish. A rather interestThe Directory ot this Hank is composed ol ing feaiurv? of tho balloon will be tho T.J. Foster, of Stanford; Porestns Rcid, I.iucoln county; provi,;on of n nperial valvo of n new J. Y. Hiyden, Stanford; kind which w.ill keop the gas purr for a S.H. II aughman, Lincoln; longer time, Htid thr.refore MUUiin tho M. J. Milter, Mt. Vernon; balloon for a longer pori.xl. It is proS. T. Harris, Lincolu; : posed to make within a year no lev : S. Hocker. Stanford; J. than fifty journeys with the balloon, i A. Lackey, Lincoln; and to ascend as high as possible, up to T. P. Hill.Stsnford. 83,000 feet if necessary, with nrtitleial W. G. Welch, Stanford; respiration. Over 100 will bo expendW. .I'.Tate, Stanford OFFICF.US: Mrs. Urady (proudly) Me Mary Ann ed in pnrehnsing scientific apparatus o has n piannv. IS, Hotter, President; for Uiis balloon. Experiii'unLs will, if '.'. John J. MeKotiU, Cathur; Mrs. MeSially (a rival) Ochi Yez possible, be slmultunoously inadi; with A. A. MeKlnaey, AssHtant Cashiri. can drolve mo friin two other balloons to further investineedn't think tli' neighbyhood Arid her outlandish gate the physical conditions of the n'ises. I'uek. I'all Mall Hudget Tliu A:-of Witumn. t Accident. negligent The life of woman Is ot ages three; Jefferson Miller, of JeiTeroiiville, " 'Set 3'our mind on your work, my To Hits must nil authorities ngroe; ' Ind., has good reasons for bin strong boy,' was my father's repeated injunc-- , A babe, a inalJ, a woman uudor twenty-siends tfce he doth Father Tim dislike of both rats and tlinsrtlilnt maof what you are ThorettuuaflA. record tion. 'Try to think chines. In 1872 hu was feeding madoing, James,' 1113' mother as many N. Y. Herofct 'dtutii; A'. vyi".i?mm-.?z- t 'tiirT'Ui'-chine doing work in a largo brn, when ;tt t'mes said. Yet I had to be called so .&. (,'lruu unil a rat ran across the floor. Turning to often to finish what I hnd left half . Give a sontenco illufetruting wateli the rodent, .Miller had Ills left Teacher rri a done, that I was not through with my I.I iSlIIA.V IIVOI NTS A WKIK ( tho correct use of tho words clean and hand pulled uf? by the raaehinu. Again tasks when the bell rang for dinner. olounly. 1867, while feeding thewune WHcliino in '"I'm sorry, James,' said father, 'but Little Girl If a boy's mother and his in tho identical burn nlsotv mentioned, you'll have to fill the A good newspaper is wnnted in every home, and the fact that tl you can go. You know that's a grandma and his nuuU and his sisters a rat ran between his feet lie hi- ni WI lliKLY GAZKTTR 1ms h(r?n 1 nnhli:lwrl mt,..-.- .,,.1. r it regular part of your Saturday's work.' and the servant girl Is cleanly, tho boy at it, slipptnl and hail h'" unly ears, and has been a favorite paper in many thousands of homes i i!J bj oleau sometimes. Uood News hand ground to a pup "Yes, sir,' I replied, tring to hurry with my dinner as with everything K. K (Snines sold to R. T. Harris ;lo evtdcnce enough that it is all that has ever been claimed for it else. hog-fat st 'ii cents. K. G. LOCAL TIME CARD. "'Rat moro slowly, Jamus.' said my mother, 'otherwise your food will do Train leaves Itowiand at 7:00 a. m., riturni'ti" hc grice of ghis gapsr is $1.00 a gear. yo.u no good.' ' U j.aop. ni to restrain my impatience, 'So I tried L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. It is worth a great deal more. Send for Sample copy and seo fni nnd to eat more deliberately. Yet it yourself. did seem to me that that particular There came to my farm nbout two weeks ai;o a North 12 40pm meal was unnecessarily long. At Mail t rain jemj South ., ..111 pm IILACK. HOKSK, iS hand liirh and about u 11 jepm INDUCEMENTS length it was concluded, and then I was Express train " South vcurs old. Owner can eet him by payinc J lor . .. AGENTS. " North ..1 in a ni 'his as I Local Freicht North notice and my feed bill. at liberty to All tho 7 35 a m MIDOLKTON I.VN.V. iliould have dono in tho morning. 441pm aouin. -o T..r- r The latter trains also curry patsenzers. Maywood, Ky. t It was small closet off tho iiifiiymu newspancr The above is calculated on standard time. Solar HIORELAND, kitchen. The rule was, that it i me is about 10 minutes faster Its popularity extends from ocean to ocean. The freshest and rnosi bo kept full of wood, should Dealer in the abotc. reliable news is given every day in the year from all quarters of the regularly piled up. I hastened to tho QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. globe. for Oattie, Sheep and Hogs woodshed, Ailed my wheelbarrow, and Orders Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a Specialty. was soon throwing the wood hcltcr Address; I will sell privately my Farm of 41 Acres, 1 mile Persons having any of the above described stork Trains pass Junction City as follows: O Si C. Special 12:5s a m wishing tu purchase same, will do will skelter into tho closet. I had succeeded Kasf trom Crab Orchard, on the Man ford pilcp. It is for sale or COMMEROIA-GAZE1TE CO., cv Improved with good dwelling, 'to call on or address me An experience of fifteen in getting through nbout half of my Mail u:53 p. ni.; New Orleans Limited 3130 p. m. rood land and Suecial Sun n. in. ii barn, lnejrard, water, Xc. Call on me on the in this husmoss Ins been of prolit to me and job in thi improper way, when my (j A C. Specialioo a. m.; IIIjJ premises or sddrrss mp nt Crab Orchard. I can make it profitable both to the buver think i UlILISHliRS, 100 JOHN UK NAUDl.. Grass Special 6:m, m. ; Cincnuatl Limited 3:111 futhcr eamo alnntr. and seller. I'. O addres Stsnford, Ky. 6m Attention of the public is invited to the fac Stanford Hank that this Is the only National Nationalin Bank Act Under the provisions of the by the capital dcpoiitonarenecured not only stock, butbv the stockholders1 liability lor an amount equal to the stock, o that depositors of of this iustitution are secured by a fund of Jjoo,coo. the bank Five sworn statements of the condition are made each yearto the United States government and its assets are eiamlncd at stated tims by government agents, thus securing addititona and perfect safety to depositors. ' established as the This institution, originally 185s, then m m Grandpa Davis sat his easy chaii before the Are apparently much in his newspaper. A closo observer, though, might have noticed that his attention was not wholly Riven tc reports of the stock market or of the weather. Quito frequently ho glanced over his spectacles to the corner where his grandson James was engaged in arranging books ou a set of shelves. James seemed not to hurry his worli at all. He carefully took down the books from their place:, nvoiding any rough handling of their binding, wiped each one thotciighly with a cloth, and put them all back in order. "Very well done, Jame3," said grandpa, when the task was accomplished. "I am glad to see you so careful and methodical with your worlc You have got through so quickly that there ia time for a short story before dinner." If there was anything that James liked particularly, it was to hear grandpa's stories of his own boyhood. Accordingly ho Fpeedily established himself near the near the Are. "When I was a boy," said grandpa, "I was always in a hurry. It was very hard for me to take time to do anything thoroughly. I wanted to hasten with whatever I might bo doing in order to get at the next thing. It was a very, very poor plan. "I knew that it was, nsrt so did my parents. Indeed, they often talked to mo about this failing, and sometimes called me back to finish the thing that I had been doing and had left incomplete. Finally I had a severe lesson, which went far toward helping mo to overcome my careless habiL "It was in the winter, and the sleighing was unusually good. It had been arranged that all the lioys in our district school should have a ride together. A large sleigh, with horses and driver, had been engaged. We were to go ten miles or more on a Saturday afternoon to the hotiso of my Undo Nathaniel, who had kindly invited us to supper. Ho had given mc a special invitation to stay over Sabbath, promising to take me home early Monday morning. "Of course, I was delighted with the prospect. I talked of it for a week beforehand, nnd when Saturday morning came, I could think of nothing else. Still there were certain things that it was my duty to attend to, and I knew perfectly well that I should not be allowed to leavo homo without having done them. So I went through the form of attending to them, but not being really interested in them, I did all in n in. arm-chair Grnmlpn'a I.rsion or AVhjr Ho I.oit iint Holiday. Lengthy. tl penses must bo deducted. Under these circumstances ministers might well retaliate by preaching short sermons. Hut, unfortunately, Welshmen expect a long sermon and they get it. Tho Sunday evening services generally last two hours. Now, there can be little doubt that a service lasting two hours on a summer n evening is considered too long by and women who have been hard at work six days running. If our chapels are to retain their hold, especially in English towns, the services must be made shorter. I have seen an advertisement from which it appeared chapel tho that in one N services aro "brief, bright, brotherly." Hut that was not in Wales. In Wales religions services are too often long, obscuro and relentlessly work-ingme- In Wales sormons am too cheap. The preachers are an underpaid c!as. The Tery Kvit known ministers Lr Wales will deliver Ave or Mx scrrr. m for ten pounds. From this sum traveling ex gVicKINMEY -- CAN- 3Rt5, f. SAVE YOU MONEY! ox - Carving 1 Ms, Pocket MleCtey, nu Scissors, Uutcher Knives, Knives and Forks for Children, Nut Crack crs and Picks, &c. . iui otuv.iv ui urvvmviro, rrcsn and J'rices Low of Course. WE ARK f. theological 1 din-nar-b- somebody is TherUlced llee when no man b'ut they make better time when pureuing.-'- C I know of one minister in Flintshire who seldom preaches for more than twenty minutes. Hut ho is, nLv, a rare exception. When his example is followed the chapels will bo better attended. Liverpool Mercury. st THE SOLE AGENTS 'A FOR- - I pur-suet-h; i U. l'ark-hurs- u THOMPSON'S FITTING four-storie- d GLOVE - CORSETS SIX DIFFERENT STYLES HUM feII!VIDBANCIil c& -' r half-hearte- d, u-a- Coliii-lilfu- The Cincinnati $1.00 I r ('. 11 Weekly Gazette! YEAR. . j W. Cli-uul- wood-clos- et bo-fo- re rv-- .'ii-In- g . mWilffT t ESTRAY. P ) GREAT wood-close- t, -- tj-4- WILLIAM !...,. r.. ... wR;irti-uA.isriKsianasunrivaJeIa- sa ...... L OFFERED Farm jfor Sale. e.11 South-boun- d THE Itlitn-Cra- North-boun- d , Office it the Myers House. p, in.; I'ail Mail 12.53 P m- - CINCINNATI, o V I o.vn ,ll,.t .1 m b'ni ni" ii ' ..,,.