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Suvoral cases wore disposed of but nono o( iinportnucu to tlie oiiHido world. Jenkins & Hurnsido havo coniinuno-I'- d pricing und nhippin their tobacco. They ro shlnnim: to. tho Louiavillu and Cincinnati markuU. As Boon an tlm weather will permit Messrs. Hanson and West will ImkIii work on their largo and haudsomo store rooms on Richmond Street. It in "Major" Jim Crow Dillon now, if you please. He has purchased n regulation drum niBJor'n ontllt hiuI will wield tho baton in front ol tho brats band. .Mr. W. T. West hits resigned as deputy collector ot internal revenue for this diviaion.Mr. K.A. Hurnsido 1ms been pointed in bin place. Tho chang-- i will bo Hindu iiaxt Mondny. Thn butt Hying '.'boat," sometimes called a train, which stays between Kow land and Richmond, managed Weduci day to get tho H a. si., mail into Linea terat 'J o'clock, !. t. This uutisiitl speed la worthy ol record. This train runs from Rowland to Richmond and return, a distance of 5'J miles, in uno day. Lancaster is indeed proud of her railroad af Stanford and Danville Railroad. tU Interior Journal. Mr. Win. L. Reed, who Is ill with The Door Keeper Writes a Letter. The present high prices of coal, and pneumonia, continues to improve. of every commodity that is absolutely Kdltor Interior Jou'nsl J Tho funnral of thu lato W. R. Mock essential to a well ordered household, FitANKPOHT, Jan. 10. The House got down to business thin morning and niter took placo Wednesday; services by Rev. tho recent gloomy prospect for a coal disposing of hoiuo Rinendments to tlm J. S. Kendrick, of thu Christian church. famine and the high prices of freight Utopia Lodgo No.:W, K. of P., of thin revenue and taxation bill, took up tho charged tlie shippers and consumers, as place, is now practicing thu new ritual bill providing for n display nf Kentucky's well as the people at large, of both Stanresources at the World's Columbian Ex- of th order, which goes into eUeet eve- ford and Danville, is sufliciont to conposition. It was championed by Hon. rywhere Feb. 19 next. vince any sensible business man that -- 'I hero will be a candy pulling I. M. Quigley, of MoCracken, in ouo of both towns need an additional railroad. at the Methodist church. Mrs. Kach pays in freight, as can be easily tho ablest and happiest efforts since tho Of goods bought of mc, the purchaser convening of the Hussion. Mr. Kreger. Taylor, wife of thu pistor, will superin- domonstrated, at lead $50,000 per year tend matters generally. of Louisville, iii.idu an able speech for it, more than it would pay it each bad a Councilman W. If. Harris iH out, af- competing linu of railroad. and our little Tom IVttlt drew his well W. G. worn constitution on It ami nude a lino ter a mouth's illness of grip. Mr. A railroad from the depot in our town Murks is back in Danville, after an abargument against thu bill, pointing out to tho depot in the other can bo built its unconstitutional points and its claes sence of a y ar or more in thu West. and equipped, if ths estimate of a thorFor some deserving deserving young yirl for a A telegram received Tuesday evenlegislation, as he HuOinod to seo it, in a oughly competent engineer aro even apmasterly manner. It was a truly good ing by Mr. A. J. Ricu announced that his proximately correct, at an astonishing speech, had ho not been steering ngiiust hjii, R J. Rice, who was snot a few days small cost. Such a road would at onco Five-Month- 's the . current. . l'mallv about 12:JM tho ago at Fort Worth, Tex., was progress- relievo Stanford from tho L. it X. mon ing satisfactorily. opoly and Danville from the U. S. man-opolprevious (juration was moved on too Dill Lewis Watson was lined ?2o in the i n,i ,, it8 Hmoudmetils and voting noon Thu saving to the two communisnib-rinegun, whieli resulted in tho passage of police court Wednesday fir ties iu onu year would nearly build aud n The votes to be counted at 6 p. m. next Commencement ti, ,j , 32 to ;m n,i tl0 t!0 House and perm'tting Home 12 or quip thn roid. It can bo easily operatto play thu ancient and hnii'imblM cuino ed upon its earning'! and could perhaps and the result publicly announced there. Fractions of a adjourned. To-dawas made a memorable one of craps In his palatial mansion, situate bu to pay a dividend. "HELP THE MI &IRLS, w ht For Every Dollar's Worth Is Entitled to a Vote, Exercises, dollar not ....... Scholarship at Prof. Hiib- - "bard's School. g 1 1 'g-n- nn y from the fact Tho horses hitched to Etnbry, Dunn was the pleasure of the members and A: Fox's 'bus ran away from the depot m my others to listen to one of tliu most 1) addresses it was over my about o'cIock Monday night and comfacilities ing up tOHii. got as far as the colored Thu carrying to Chicago of the old pleasure to luar, dohvere I by the Hon. at the John R. Fellow 0, of Now York. Ho Methodist church, on Walnut street, Llbby priswn for exhibition World'B Fair is an act that Giightto meet dwelt upon Kentucky hospitality and when thu 'bus upset aud was smashed with thu universal disapprobation of all chivalry in such globing aud quaint to pieces. Xo onu was hurt. A nuuilrur of legal iruntlemen, who right minded people. Itonlv serve to terms that they must be heard to be ap keep alive thu uuplc.14.1ut recollections preciated. His reference to sacied thinua! have examined thu report of tho revisoot thu war that ought to be forgotten. If aud to divine interposition and protec- ry committee of thu Kentucky Senate which thuorigiuatoni ol this despicable business was uiido in such a roveruntlal way concerning cities of thu soul-atiriing that tho House pnsscd the iu thu World's Fair bill, but more bo because it Hlluy oetween Main aud llruad-wa- y. made Wu have assurances that if 50 percent, of paid up slock is subscribed tho road counted. Very Respectfully, y K could bo incarcerated in its wills upon as to w.tko thu finest emotions in uny includes Danville, object to it because it arrival and fed on bread and water dur- breast. His speech was short, but thu does not confer upon thu city authoriing tho existence of the exposition, it many nleetliiugi ho a'tid were so well ties tho power to create bonded dibt, would about what they deserve. said that l"a in curtain no ouo wlio had should it bo desirable to build water Thn funeral of Mrs. C. M. Reld, who jtj,0 opportunity of hearing it failed to works or oilier similar public improvedied in Deuvor. Colorado, and was bur bo thankful that he came, especially as ments. Thomas II.. John T. and Emma D. on the lh inst , was he claimed to bu half Keutuckian, and led In our comoU-rWilliams aud Lucy Janu Corbln have .Our Carpets for the lcciiliarly sad. Tho weather was in- that thu better half. tensely rnlil and the ground covered After the delivery of his speech Sena- sold to M. J. Fan is four sevenths of thu with snow, yet a goodly number ol our tor Carlisle, Kentucky's talented and farm now occupied by W. D. Finch, for POETIC GEMS. prominent citizens attended tho funeral. distinguished son, who is to wear thu f 10.S00. This land, situated on the Per Domestic Bliss. Sho was tho wife of Rev. Charles M. worthv distinction of secretary of thu rvvillu Dike, belonged to tho estate of Happy tlicy, the happiett of thu kind, Reld, a talented young Baptist minister, treasury under thu gallant jud fearless the late lamented Dr. T. W. Jackson, Whom gentler ttsr unite, and In one fate Areand son of Mr. T. W. Reid, of thla place, CleveUnu, was loudly called for and en- and iu the division thereof, there being Their hearU, tlulr fortunes, and their beings of do blend. who married and went West about a thusiastically cheered when ho arose to no will, according to the laws coarser tie of human laws, TU not year ago. Her death was deeply de- uxyrcts his appreciation of their kind- - scent and distribution, was, with throe Unnaturalthoolt, aud foreign to the mind, plored by her family and friends ami her iii'hs and honors. Ho said his visit to more sevenths, allotted to tho doctor's That binds their peace, but harmooy itself, husband lias tho sympathy of n largo tho capital was purely nrofcmional and sister, Mrs Sally Williams. Tho gran Atlunmc all their passlnns into love; her softest power, circle of friends in his bereavement. with a broad smile said he had been en- tor's above named aro Mrs. Williams' Where friendship full exerts desiro Mrs, Finch being another one, I'ltfect esteem enliren'd by If tho oldest inhabitant, or any other deavoring to maku it such tdtico his ar- children. lnrlfablp, and sympathy ot soul; inhabitant, can remember a longer cold rival, but tho smile seemed to say, "How Mr. Finch by this arrangement now has Thought meeting thought, and will preventing three sevenths of tho GOO and some spell than thu one through which wu are gloriously I have tailed "' will, And we are With boucdlf s confidence. paseing, it will bo in order for him now Gov. Hrown was an interested .listener acres. A number of tho Mexican war vetU) rise and inform us as to thu time to Col. Fellows' addreru aud was loudly Drifting Apart. when it happened. Horn about tho called for at the conclusion of Carlisle's erans of this town and county will make And all that fills the hearts of friends allowWhen first they leel with secret pain middlo of October to now, January few remarks. Ho excused himself by no eiTort to securo tho additional Their lives henceforth have separate ends, month, somo time ago grantnear three months, good fires have been saying if any people under the sun had ance per Rugs.1 Also a New Line And never can be one again. neceaaa.-in every residence, otlice, store reason to feel thankful it was Kentuck-iau- s ed by Congress, owing to tho humiliat' The first alight swerving of the heart imposed by tho law. The and manufactory in Central Kentucky. and retired from tho stand amid ing conditions That words are powerless to express, And lesY- - si stilt uasald in prt. It is believed by many that tho cutting prolonged applause. Col. Follows was applicant is required to swear and prove Or say it In too great excess. out of the timber has been tho cause of frenuuiitlv interrupted bv outbursts of "That he is wholly disabled for manual LngfelloT. destitute 'circumthe severe cold winds that wo have ex- continued applause and his eyes tilled labor and is in such IS per month are insufficient Apostrophe to Life. perienced and mauy f,ood rosoii8 have with team as his heart overflowed with stances; that been given to sustain this theory. Tho emotion whilo ho portrayed tho beau- to provide tho claimant with the neces- "Life l we'ic been long together, and through cloudy establishment of "Arbor Day" by tho ties of our American system of govern- saries of life." This would "cut out" Through pleasantwhen friends aro dear, weather; e, ' Fis hard to part Legislature) does not bcoiu to have in- ment end our divinely blessed Nation. oven tho occupant of a county Terhaps, 'twill cause a sigh, a tar: for how could ho swear that ho Then steal away, give little warning, creased thu planting of trees, and our Col. Fellows is abort of stature but a W is in such destitute circumstances, &c," Chcoie thiuoown time; farms aro bleak and desolate, so far as gint in intellect. good night, but our native forests aro concerned. Coal To morrow Senator Carlisle will arguo when the county is providing him with Say notgood raorningt'' in some brighter clime Did mi 15c a bushel is pretty hard upon thu the lottery case before the court of ap- tho "necessaries of life." If when tho at Mrs. llarbauld. democrats get in they rannot do better (l'nnted is Ions; memsry of a dc.uted ml true poor; but thoy have to pay it or froezo. peals. Mfw Myra Owsley, 0! Hubble, in than this, they had bettor niiit talking of sllc, Jrs her nwn selections.) Thu senatorial coutest is on, to all The Largest Stock visiting Miss Myrtlo Wilds. Mr. Hurt and purposes, with plenty of ma- "reform." Give the Mexican soldier at Tho Stanford Intkriok Journal with tho nigger! 3 A Stratleast an equal chanco Sj encer loft Monday for Jlryant J. C. Mc. terial to select from. crushes sentiment between the ruthless um College, Louisville. Misses Lillie battlu of Now Orleuus, which millstones of economy and justice and The LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Grunt aud Lizzie Thompson have returnfor petty In town. Prices lower than ever before given in this place. Come thoso who observe- St. Jackson's Day demands the whipping-po- st ed from a visit to Stanford. Mrs. A. H Mr. It. M. Jackson has been made commemorate, was a remarkably .brief thieves. But tho Senate did not hear in and see mc and I will convince you that the above is-- true. Don't Rice is visiting in Marksbury this week.. cashier of the London Hank. and bloody one, and recorded one of the time. The bill bus been killed auain, forget that I am agent for all the best Farming Implements, Oliver Messrs. Dean, of Olendeau, attended the A bi- - lire Wedneslay niht, which sharpest defenses in tho history of tho but not for tho last time. "When Gabri- Plows, Dick's Feed Cutter?, Studebaker Wagons and everything else f inernl of Mrs. C. W. Reld, Sunday. Miss anight from tho Hue in Judjo It. Boyd's country. Tho whole tight did not occu- el blows his trump and thu heavens aro worth using on the farm. Nellie Dil'iou Is visiting in Richmond. house burned it and 11. O. Kvereole's py more than an hour andj a quarter. rolled together in a scroll, when time Mrs. Hattio Wooldtidgo and daughter, A.WSDAX.1S. residence adjoinim:. The Jackson House Tho itdtauciuK Iiiitinh luaUbout J.000 in Bhall bo no more, when the Grant monMry, ar visiting Mrs. T. W. IMd. Mrr. was'saved by persistent and hard work. killed aud wounded aud the intrenched ument shall have been finished aud W. O. Duulap and children have returnMr. Kversolo's loss is 5:1,00a, with $ 1,000 Americans but 'six killed ;nnd seven Tate, Tascott and Pope all caught for tho Lizzie Thomped to Camp Xolsou. Miss insurance; Judo Hoyd's is $1,800 and wounded. Tho rifles in tho last time, or even at that distant day son entertained a few friends Thursday many valuable rmiiers. Tho books of hands of the defenders slid reat execu- when tho Kentucky constitution shall evening. Misses Mary Anniu Wilmoru bd so plain that ho who runs may read, Judo J V. Alcorn, who had an oflicoin tion. w and M.iy Welsh have returned to - j.5a t wee. II Just after communion services at the whipping-pos- t r bill will bo fouud still tliobuildini, were saved. riK LTSaA'3 AETsa i i iSSx ssnt r Mr. Sam Joseph, of CincinnaForest Chapel, near Aberdeen, Ind., the bobbing tip serenely, along with tho pen5s srefiim ti, is in town this week. Mr. A. H. The II0118U rejected the proposed Lawsons and Swiuefords who havo been itentiary question, dog laws aud good I1LaPsMr &&W9m 3J JTL U trf Vr! J.k3T, Rice, of I'aducati, arrived Tuesday to amendments to the constitution substi at outs for a long; time, caino together. A i. i 4 - rn Siva roads. Miss Del'a Hughes is tuting December ill for March las the visit relatives. territlc light ensued and nine persons visiting in Lowvr Garrard. Dr. Ramsey commencement aud termination of the were foftrfully bruised and cut up, clubs, G. & O Heretofore the Cincinnati and family, of Upper Garrard, left oillci.il terms of members of the House stoucs mid (.llngshots beinj used. Tho Fast Lino over tho Chesapeake it Ohio Thursday for Mississippi, where thoy and Senate and providing that Congress pulpTt aud pews woro stainedjwith their Railway, which leaves Washington in will spend the winter. shall hold its annual meetings in Janu- blood. the afternoon, has had dining car service ary. Louis, involving only for dinner and supper on the date Tho beer war in St. Atlanta is to havo a now union deCall and secure Bargains. breakfast not tho salo of tho bovoragd at tho rate of t leaving Washington, Dosorvlnir Pralao. pot, thu nine companies running iu there brought out tho boinu served on tho morning of arPOST-OFFIC- S ritiiens, that for years to join hands iu its erection. Thu esti woWe dettro to say tonur King's New I)iscoery classes for 5 cents, bus have been selling lr udmi6sion that this r.tto can bo maintain- rival iu Cincinnati, but on the 11th mated cost of grounds, depot and train for Consumption, llr. King's riew I. lie nil. llucVIen's Arnica Salve aud Klcctnc Hitters, and ed an indelinito period "at only a slight inst. the service was made complete to sheds Is 51,500,000. hive neer hauiltetl remedies that sell as well or Cincinnati passengers, as well as that hae guen null universal satlslactlon. We los." Such a confession is apt to in- enable ...This space will be occupied by do not hesitate to guarantee them every time and crease tho dillicuUy of advancing tho those destined bayoud, to tako their Just tho Thing. reachwe ft.md ready to refund the purchaso price If breakfast in the dining car before This is an cprelou the traveling public gen. satisfactory results do not follow their use. These price, to tho old mark of a nickel a ing Cincinnati at 8 a. m. remedies hate won their great populinty purely glass. c rullj use when they find something that is exact on their merits. A. K. Penny, druggist. y what.thev want. This expression applies di( Bucklln'a Arnica Salve. rectly to the Wiicoium Central Lines, which is A nutuber of Boston business housThe best salve In the world tor cuts, bruises now admitted by all to be "Tho Kuuio' Irom Chi success of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy The by fire Tuesday, the sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapMitnSt. Paul. Minneapolis. Ashland. Diiluth. In c (lectins a speedy cure of Colds, Croup and es were Uestroyo Sevped hands, chilblain, corns and all skin erup and all points In the Northwest. Their double Whooping Cough has Drought it into great de- loss being estimated at $1,(555,000. piles, or no pay requirdally train service aud fine equipment offers in- mand. Messrs Pontius & Son, of Cameron, Ohio, and a falliug tians It is positively cures civ., perfect satisfaction guaranteed to ducement which can not be surpassed. say that it has gained a reputation second to none eral flremou were injured by ed. 'In 1893, who hereby extends hisjthanks to the ruuniug both through l'rice aj cents per toa. This Is the ouly lino in that vicinity. Jas. At Queen, of Johnston, W, wall. Joseph 7. Tarker, a reporter for or money refunded, II. 1". Jones, Class and Tourist bleepers from ChicaPenny, buntord. Ky. used First Va., say it Is the best he ever For sale by A. R. go to Pacific Coast Points without chunge. druggist, Winona, Miss., says; "Chamberlain's the Transcript, is missing and it is beFor full information address your nearest tick- Cough Kemedy Is perfectly reliable I have ! et agent or Jamss C, Pood, General Passenger and ways warranted it und it never tailed to give the lieved thut he was buried beneath n lotilo-- for sale Ticket Aent, Chicago, 111. most nersect satisfaction." falling wall and killed. by W. K. McKobcrtt, druggist, Stanford, Ky. Of the 44 States Cleveland gots thu When naby was gloV, we gaTO her Costoria. A Million Frlendd. Id buying a cough medicine for children.' !ayt solid electoral vote of 22, or just one-hafriend indeed, and not less A friend In need Is When slio was a Child, h cried for CastorU. Olden, than one million have found just such a fnend in ll.A Walker, a prominent to druicist ol icrlaiu's whilo of California's nine votes ho When Bhe becaino Miss, una clung to.CastorU. buy Chamb Utah, "never be alrald King's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. Coughs and Colds, If you have never used this Cauah Keme.lv. There is no danger from it and carried eight; of Michigan! 14, 5, of For their liberal patronage in the past, and wishes to say to them reWhen she liad Children, she grTe them CaHorla. you great Cough Medicine, one trial will convince dis- relief is always sure to follow. I I particulars it commend Chamberlain's because have found 3, ouo and of Ohio's 23, wondsrfdl curative powers in all North Dakota's that it has that on and alt:r January 1st he will sell goods for CASH only and eases ol the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Kach bot- to be safe and reliable. It is intended especially Cough, Harrison gets the solid vote of 13 one. lor Colds, Croup and Whooping tle is guaranteed to do all that is cfaimod or mon will defy the competition of any one. ey will be refunded. Trial bottles free at A. K. bottles for sale by W. U. McKobsrts, druggist, States and Weayer the solid .vote of 5. Suntord, Ky. store. Large bottles jocsod $1. I'enn) 'sdiug tion Hli-class, lj y can be built. This being tho case, why is it that these two wealthy communities should not have suiliclent business Intelligence nud energy to at oncu taku hoi of the enterprise, rais thu necetBa-r- y money and push it through to com pletion V . We make Uieso suggestion for the pur pose of calling tho attention of the two towns to an opportunity and a safe one, too, of saving a largo amount of money, which is under tho present circumstances constantly being poured into tho coders of thoso two monopolies. In a few days we will wait upon the prominent business men of the two communities to see if tho necessary funds W. II. Millek, can bo raised. II. Helm. 1 W. H. HIGGINS. I will pay the same amount to the colored young girl getting the most votes and she can attend any colored school she prefers; P. S. W. H. HIGGINS. DO YOU NEED A CARPET? SPRING : -- SEASON ABMIVING BEAUTIFUL of AIILY, i showing some 1- -', PATTERNS. y SJWJHBANdH & mm. roor-hous- NEW : STORE : ROOM, HTl-stock:, And New Outfit Complete. HARDWARE AND GROCERIES -- iu-tou- ts - J. 5. Van Hint-loc- k Nich-olasvill- o. rlS&$4 t -.V-.- A s :rt:; - W1M0BERTS, v i& s,ss C Courier-Journa- l. Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. BBABOF BOOM. imzm fc 1 XtUBEBK s- - FRITS I'ull-ma- n jo-ce- nt j Good People ofHustoriville lf, so-ce- nt V - -- - v .. X ". a - . mrrfwm V. T5 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky., January W-A-LrO- 6'TANKonn, 1!5, lhflS W. F SEX : PA&S.S. ;f . rv. ' , tho auecession goes btuvely o- - The Frankfort correspond-in- t, Louisville who is generally well ported, says that all things enpire together t,o make Go. Urown'a ealliugnnd election Hure. Tiiiktv thousand people saw Gov. In the lirdt place U his own popularity, Altgeld inaugurated in Illinois Tuesday S lo lo close form- in tho second his locality, in the third and hallooed themselves hoarso to see u to lo close whatever strength Lt. Gov. Alford can democratic chief executive again for tho to first time for over 20 years. A large macommand, as be is very 'ambitious become governor, mid fourth the influ jority of the States bow havo democratic ence of Senator Blackburn, who will ex- governors, including tho former repubert himself for the election of a Western lican strongholds ot Massachusetts, for M. II. McClarke, Kentucky man, so as to make his own Pennsylvania, Iowa, Wisconsin and Il0 Haynes & Henson, Knoxville, used better than they linois. The G. 0. P. isn't in it now to prospects for money aud confessed to of tho fiim'd you. need, , I you. would be with n Senator selected from any great extent anywhere and tho day began his immediate neighborhood. All seems to be hastening when it will en- having done so when an export It. almost G5c, The money was this may be true, and yet the governor tirely peter out. It has outlived its use- work on his books. 1-- A SO. S2. 75. S5. Com . may not bo able to knock the persim- fulness, if it ever had any. Let it ho in- lost in the bucket shops 75c, $1., Paul Scruggs nnd Henry Allen, who mon. Gov. McCreary has a great knack terred unwept, unhonored and unsung. ' robbed and then burned Uubo Atkinson, Why, we always have an of getting there and . ? 'j. w 7 i. 7 o. j i. f . i r j .. .. aud littlo daughter, o u EnwAnn Murphy, Jr., the Troy brew- his faith in him. Govs. Knott and abiding uou.otu Buckner say tbey aro not candidates and er, was nominated for U. S. Senator by wero taken from the jail at Cotton Plant, 8 Overcoat $2.5 0; bodit is thought the light will iiually nar- the joint caucus of the democratic mem- Ark., and hung, aftor which their Vests Tats 50c. row down to Brown, McCreary and bers of tho New York legislature, re- ies wre riddled with bullets. now Pop- cost. Goods. Tho first official act of the Lindsay. A poll of the Legislature by ceiving 85 votes. Hon. Bourko Cochran, show that Biown has who was not a candidate, got fivo votes. ulist Governor of Kansas was to respite posted politicans a murderer who had been sentenced to 'Jo votes, Lindsay 21, McCreary 20, Clay It will bo remembered that Mr. Cleveland opposed Murphy's election, so it is death. The Governor is opposed to cap1U and Stone 15. Tlie chances do seem somewhat in Gov. Brown's favor, but ho possible that ho will have tho hostility ital punishment, and in his messago rec ommended that it be abolished., is on the ground aud the other candi- of both Senators from his State. Ky. A dispatch from Harrodshurg states YS, A. with the exception dates huvo not yet, Thk handsomest of thu many hand- that on tho farms of E. P. McFutridge in an appearance. In any some calendars of Clay, put received nt this office is aud Thomas Alexander, near that town, eveut, tho struggle promises to be a that of the Richmond Register which is theru never was Been tho liku of crows. ing dates chosen for meeting:: Mt Stermemorable one, printed in the centre of a miniature re- They aro starving and a few days ago ling, July 4; She'.l.yvillo July 12; Emihog and devoured tho nence July IS; harpuburg July 25; Dan An eventful, stormy aud interesting production of tho first page of its issue of killed a ville August 1; Nicholasvillo August 8; Dec. 23. Tho calendar will be sent to all llesh. life ended when the heart of Gen. BenjaVersailles August 15; Maysvillo August The Whisky Trust has formally min F. Butler ceased to perform its func- Ue subscribers of that excellent paper, Dealer Tn- Ijivlmilmi aud it is a gift that any ono trill appre- adopted the Takamine process and will '.., ....... ..f,.w. AnuiiBt 90- l'lirm. SittitiMn- ..?.- -- V, tions, Tuesday alternoou. Ho died at her 5; Winchester September 12;Cjntbi commence to use it immediately. It io Washington, where ho had been lor ciate. cost ana September 19. No races longer th process reduces tho tome time attending a case of his own in Thk Newport Journal says tho Lstk- - claimed tho two in three will bo given. tho supteme court, and it is thought thai itifiu Journal can tell a good many from 12 to l.S cents for a given quantity the fact thnt it was decided agaiiibt him thingH, but it can not tell when the leg- of alcohol and effects a saving of 17 cents HUBBLE. And- ou a bushel of small grain. hastened his demise. As lawyer, poli- islature will adjourn sine die. Oh, yes Notwithstanding Mr. Blaiue'a seriM. 11. EubankB has bought SO ewes and manufacturer, h it can. Tho day tician, Btatvsmau before the next legislaleft hie footprints on the eands of time, ture will bo sworn in. That is to say, ous illness ho still enjoys music. An of Joe Swope at 51 50 par head. Italian organ grinder stopped in front of -- Mr. Charley Patterson, of Middles-boro- . many of which should uovcr have been about the last of next Christmas. to play eeveral airs-his house and begin pnent a few d.ns last week at Mr. made, and for charity's sake ought now policeman ordered him away, hut a R. L. White'. Thk road convention to bo held at to bo obliterated. As r soldier ho was William Stone informs us that ho a failure, save to harass women and de- Lexington on the 17th should be attend- servant of tho sick man brought a dollar, will do cuMom grinding for all who will Very little of good can ed by practical men from all over tho with a request to keep on playing. fenseless people. call on him at his mill near his home, be said of the "Old Beast" and "Old State. Tho question of road improveFAHM AND TRADE ITEMS. the old Stone farm. was known in Now Or- ment is now one of the most important Spoons," as he Biminess in all branched of trade has Hogs are selling at 7:30 to 7J at Chi leans during the war, so wo follow tho before Keutuckians. been good in this locality and tho outcago. charitable injunction to say as little of o Anotiicu of tho abolitionists, Cauada has a cheese that weighs 22,- - look for tho present year is promising. evil as we can and dismiss the subject, It is reported that M. F. Herring devil will square mat- Gilbert Pillshnry, of Boston, has just 000 pounds. confident that the gone at the age of id, leaving but few to Nearly 2.000 horsen went in tho 2:30 will occupy the Swope house and if so own, if not to Benjamin's, satters to his tell the tale of the movement that ended list last year. wo will bo glud to have him aud family isfaction. in civil war and tho freedom of the Jones Bros, sold to Prewitt & Wood come among us as he is a good man. Tho party at J. W. Brighfs was very S fat heifers at 2Jc. Although the people said in thunder felaves. good milk cows. G. largely attended and enjoyed by all, 8th of November that they tones on the I wish to buy 20 NEWSY NOTES. with plenty to eat and gooij behavior A. Peyton, Stanford. wanted Grover Cleveland to he presiThere are 27,000 liquor dealers in Joe Swope sold to M. B. EubankB S3 prevailing through all tho entertaindent, tho cumbersome methods necessament. ry under the law to declare him elected Paris. ewes and 2 bucks at 51 50. I now express my thanks to the Pugilist Corbett will be one of tho A. F. Moberly sold to G. O. Abrahave not yet been completed. Another good people of this community for so thatend Monday, many attractions at the World's Fair. step wastaken towards ham a pair of mules for 5250. The L. & X. has declared a cash divwhen the electors in the various States Nearlv 12.000,000 worth of tobacco many nice Christmaa presents, which siall cause my very host wishes to follow and cast their votes as directed by idend of 2 per cent., payable Feb. 3. was sold in Louis ville last year. met Tom Parker, colored, shot Jim Car- Arion. 2:10, will stand at 53.500 them through life. the popular vote, save that of North Da Watch this space nuxt week. It belong to I regret to 8y that Mr. Joe Swope kota, which divided her three votes next year. He will be limited. bod, at oomerset, during a saloon fight. and Weaver. Hudwill move to Irvington, Intl., and family Clevelaud, Harrison W. M. McAfee Bold to Light Akron, O., hai a small-poscare, a STKI'lIIiNS & KNOX, the enterprising Row This is a gain for Cleveland of one and dozen or more cases being reported from son, of Boyle, a combined mare for $175. about Fob. I. They go to take charge of land merchants, who will tell you something makes his majority in the electoral vote there. The Richmond Climax reports sales a hoarding house there. M. B. Kuban ks mules at has rented the farm for 5500 for this year. Allen McGhee has confessed to the of 22 head 109 and gives him 277, Harrison 145 and to your interest. Weaver 23. Thin ought te settle it, but fatal stabbing of Jese Jordan at Mills-dal- $100. Miss Sue Gentry is on a visit among will be taken this State. Phallus, 2:13J, was bid in at only friends in Harrodaburg. If Mr. Sam it doesn't. The last step A premature explosion in a coal 54.100 at the imblio sale of tho Into J. I. February 8, when tho certified vote will can sell or rent his farm he will bo counted, and the result declared by mine at King, Col., killed 27 of the 28 Case. remove to Kansas. Joe Penman will men at work in it. Congress in joint session. Mules kok Salk. A car load of 15 occupy the James Engleman property Bob Lucy, a teamster at Middles-bor- o, hands, 3 years old and all broke. B. B. this year. It is very gratifying to note that the had both legs so badly frozen that King, Morelaud. A very noted looster was found dead House by a vote of 52 to 30 passed the they had to be amputated. The Mercer County Fair Association on his roost Wednesday morning and on Carroll bill appropriating fc 100,000 to the lohn f,. Sullivan gays he ia Rolling i; indebted ?4,10(l and will not hold a being examine J there was found lump World's Fair. The Senate should follow too old and too big to fight and of ice mi his hill, which no doubt froze ho meeting this fall. suit at the earliest possible moment aud will hereafter stick to the stage. that The dam of Nancy Hanks will le there ih he tried to dicchiirgo his dutyus settle the question of Kentucky's repreEight men and boye, convicted bred to Director, a near relative of Mr. a crower, till his bieatbing was shut off. sentation at the great exhibition. In tho tho murder of Dr. J. H. Hill, will ot M. Smith BaiiL'hman'a George Dictator. bo Some of tho boys of this lodge havo vote in tho House our representative, hung nt Charleston, Id to M. F. Elkin bought of Bonno Bro. been very faithful ill theii attendday. B. Edmiston, was of coursu reHou. D. Dewey, Rogers A Co., of Toledo, the a lot of hogs at 5A and 3 ance during tho cold snap, while others corded in tbe affirmative. Ho is a pro largest shoe house in Ohio, havo at 2J; of Dmi Stagg some are absent n great deal at roll call. Now steers failed. gressive man and does not train with Liabilities 5100,000; assets heifers at 2Jc. S350.000. hoys come in and enjoy the tile ami ico the mossbacks. .Dealers In Claudo Minifee, a colored girl at Tax Payer, a noted jack, sold at watur. It in hero for you and l:v if you i last week for 511,250, and will only call aud partake. with the Omaha, Neb., Bhot and killed herself beCalifornians.&diEgusU'd Thk cause her lover, a white man, teased Silver Crown, another jack, 10J hands Squire Blight and littlo son. Green way the senatorial seats have been high and weighing 1,250 pounds, brought berry, etarted to Stanford Monday, whin in that State, voted 187,03$ to her. bought Chicago now has 22 railroads. New 53,000. the sleigh broKo down and both had to 13,442 for U. S. Senators to be elected by -- Stanley Caldwell sold his larin in foot it back home. Misses Natie and of by York and Kansas City each 10, Indiana direct vote of tho peopl., instead apolis, Columbus and Cincinnati each lo the West End to Duncan Goodloe for Janio McClure, of Casey, visited relathe Legislature. It is only a question of 53,850. Mr. Goodloo sold his farm to G. tives here last week. Wm. Greever is on general law changing thu and Peoria 11. Atlanta has 9 roads. time when a Clifford Gordon, a Lexington Cecil forSJOOdometimeago .Danville a visit to friends in Rusfoll county. Joe Quocnswaro, of such elections, will he in lorce, modo Plows, and Most" Any Hoped with Lillian Hamilton, Advocate. in Farming Implements. Rice hat) returned to Frankfort to attend the shorter the time the better lor and a Nicholas McDowell, commissioner of school. Miss Maggie Spoonamore, cf the honesty and purity of thu members muuaui ui noteu .ucuowntt stieet hag body in the nio, leaving a wife and two children. agriculture, has submitted his annual re- Beuna Vista, is visiting relatives here. of tho highest Miss Mary IWniugrr, of London-vill- e, port. The weather is a little hard on the It shows the wheat crops the p:ut world. O., attempted to make a lire in tho vear to be tiio largest ever raised in Ken- youug lambn, but the sheep meii have Hon. Claitou Mattubwj-- , a former cooking stove by using C01 oj An ex. tucky. The supply ol 1oj;h is short. saved most of them so far. Ed While Kentuckian aud a graduate of Centre plosion followed, killing her instantly. Tho second days' sale of trotters at Bold to Lillard it Cobb about 400 shocks ... College, was inaugurated governor of Lexington brought 01 under the ham- of fodder to be fed out by him at 25 cents wwi,,u,r:i, j, CAN- Mobilo, III., has sued hi barber for mer at an average of 3M- -. Egbert went per shock. Mrs. Eliz Harris pold to M. With a democratic Monday. both U. S. Senatois democrats $o,uuu lor the loss of his luxuriant mous- to W. B. Hawkins, of Lexington, for B. Eubanks and Col. Underwood a lot of and that party largely predominating in tache, caused, as he claims, by careless. $12,500; Allandorf to E. D. Wiggins, of fodder for 25c on same terms. Turkeys the Legislature, tbe Hocster State eoems nesa in trimming it. Boston, Ma., for 510,000. are selling bote at 7Je ou foot; chicken Mrs. Lease, thu Jvinsa woiuui, wh in fcve entered ttia amuocrauc list io At Woodward it Shankliu's trotting hens at 0e pur Ih, and roosters at 3c lb. ONstay. Benjamin Harrison ought to bo wanted to be U. S. Senator, has with- stock sale in Lexington, Al Hutchings, on foot. J. W. Bright sold some corn to drawn for tho sake of peace and harmoBoyle, bought tho filly Ermine, 2:131, parlies at 52 50. proud of his State, but ho isn't, thatany-- v ny of and the promise of an appointment body knows of. for $7,700. L. W. Hudson, of Garrard, on tho State hoard of charities. H. L. Biker, of Lafayette, Ind , enpaid $025 for Annie Haeu, a Notwithstanding tho fact that local Tok Tennessee Legislature is talking McGregor filly. The 48 head sold the gaged to marry two women, and being of calling a constitutional convention. option has been voted out of Elizabeth-tow- n, unable to decide between them and not Scissors, day brought an average of S04S. Hutchcr Knives, Knives and Forks for Children, Nut Crackthere will likely lie buVfew saloons first Don't do it. Profit by Kentucky's exTrot- wishing to hurt the feelings of either by of the The members ahd endure the ilia you havo in the town. The trustoes havo fixed perience ers and Ticks, &c. ting Circuit mot. in annual session at show ing preference for the other, ho got license at fWO, which includes rather than fly to others that you know druir Lexington Monday. The old officers out of the dilemma by hiking a cup of Full Stock of GROCERIES, all Fresh and Prices Low of stores. not of. and the following opeu- - cold poison aud then shooting himself. wero Course. Tit-iea' has not yet Bind Sunatou CAnusi-that ho will rosign bis seat to become secretary of the treasury, but it is so well understood tbut he will that tho iiht for After a long and brave struggle with tho Kingf of Terror, Senator John K. Konna, of West Virginia, succumbed WoJnefcdayjniorning, nt his temporary homo in Washington. Less than 45 years of ae, brilliant, ambitious, industrious and popular, Senator Kcnna seemed destined to reach tho highest rung of this hdder of fame, hut man proposes and God disposes, and calla him from a use ful life'whilo yet in his prime. Besides serving n year in the Confederate army, uvo years as county attorney, two years m circuit judge and six yean, as Congressman, he ha been United States Senator for ton years, being elected to that high oflioo at nn unusually early age. lit was a genial and lovablo man und his lo.s will bo mourned sincerely by his intimates aud sadly felt by tho country at largo. 1 MiddlfBboio, Mt. Sterling and Paris 12 to 15 below 0. The thermometeis must be out of fix. Senator Joseph It. llr.wloy was re nominated by the republican caucus of each report tho Connecticut General Assembly. Gov. Kagle, of Arknuaas, is again at the point of death. Ho has been growing steadily worco for tho past 24 hours. It has been intensely cold in tho Northwest, tho moroury nt Medicine Hat, Minn., going down to ?S below zero. Tho deadlock in tho Nebraska hen-atafter lasting a week, was broken Wednesday by a coalition of the democrats and populists. The physicians at Greenville- removed a pistol ball from tho right thigh of James Poag. tho result of a shot in the yeir 18(51. Tho hall had gravitated about IS inches through the llesh in the last 29 years. An Illinois "mind render" proposes to throwhimeolf into a state of insensi-bilitho buried, allow a crop of barley lo ripen over bin grave und then bo resurrected and awakened hs if from u night's sleep. o v, book-kropc- r $14,-30- U Vbll UUil We JcmnciPTT V Clear ance Sale. ;3ECX"W3E2. Far-Trimmed have too many Winter Goods on hand and they aacxj! Jersey Jackets $2. Look at this: Ladies9 Jackets $'r.50. Ladies' all w HERE'S A CHANCE FOR CHILDREN. at $ at $. Long only. Cloaks for Ladies, Sixteen Clo'iks, size J2 erly sold from $5 $25, BLANKETS AND COMFORTS ,f . houee-keep- cr these cold nights. Here's what Jlrejust what want: pair worth SI; a pair Blankets :.jy, wort $2; pair Blank' of Blankets at ets SI. 75: a vair of 1 worth worth Blankets at JJ. $1.25 and fl.jtO, all worth more money. Bid iou sarj forts at 65c. is oar CLOTHING- department included, in the Clearance Sale it coarse ii jjuruaa, corner: iuen s orcasica. ouus oo; ,lcis Overcoats Boys' Overcoats J. is; Child's J .00; Men' s Jean Coats 00c; 200 Jeans worth 1.25 at 200 Mm's Stiff J at Special Bargains in Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing . - THE LOUISVILLE STORE, JIA Stanford, Manager. 300-poun- d IR,- - ZH3VC3VLER, ! - - -,- -. I "iFaney Groceries, Fruits Confectioneries. Baker's Bread Always on Hand -- old-lin- x e, En-glem- 150-poun- d S50-poun- d FARRIS & HARDIN, i I I Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, thing Wagons, an, Stoves, law-maki- - SVIcKiftlNEY BROS. -- V a r, ..-.,- aaioou-geop-er- of gov-erno- SAVE YOU MONEY Carving M&MMl Table LMlery, Bluo-Grab- a or ,4J.W&Ui 'i'm mi iu.jmO " "- - iftu'V' ,'.. '"" "' M- - - z ; Semi-Week- ly Interior Joukhal1 c wa' I WliPit i 11 t t1 1ST T I I'1 'J They woruobvionidy falling inlovo with ono another, hutworojuit as obviously Stanford, Kv., Janizary 1.1, 1RPJ3 uiiconwinw of it, no that their HatiKfiic-tio- n in meetings which they had upver arranged nnd thoir ill concealed disapW. F pointment when, as .i:mtimm lltow mertittTi failml to ctiuin off. formed a prot y and refreshing Httl idyl BAFFLED for a diaeuchantel w.im.in of the world to conlemplale at mvuro moment. hiiily Uelrti'rV hpnro moments, to le CONSPIRATORS. Bitre. were not numerous, for she hnd many irons in thw Art, and thie nateonstitnt attenurally rMuiivl (CONTINUK1) ) tion. Still, nh-- win not n wlf bnt that alio cotild oocasii'milly V. OILYPTKIl ilofiU a litlle to thn iwternste of nn old and valul frieinl. und it is cerC9lU.UScl nUBTACI!. tain that at thta period IVrcy Thorold's opinion of her underwent ;i marital change for the better. A tho spring nnd summer went on, and as his engagement to and rupture with hi cousin passed into tho category of ancient he Ihtuiim a inure and moro visitur in Carlton House terrace. He win still by way of shnuning tho gay world, but his reasons for wi dmng were no longw the aaiuo aa they h.nl le-earlier in the year. It is only quite young and quite old men who go into mwMy for society's wiko the otlieM ciibtnit to it in otder to meet sunilhMly; and if that individual can lo met jtmt as evily and far moro comforti ably nt afternoon trv. why should a bney jKilitii-iamjfl)ct public affairn for tho liMiice of a fetr hurried wonls in a imwiIih! ImiII room? I3ut, of oonrne. Imsy iKiliticinns cannot always count upon lirtng fnw lietween fi anil 0 o'chvk, and that i why Percy "10 JllH'C lirrllT'F J'"' ''I '''! fo ?! ' was unable t pwt in an appearance at j for ourtil Iady Ilrlvoir'a ot nfteruoou, although Liuly Uulvoir, like th tjneralltj' of he had previously givn Ii Leslie to understand that ho would 1m there. jxirfootly sollbh pcojil, wm rooiI ".My dear girl." Laly llolvoir iid, So loii? hh aim nt wlint hIm wnnt-c- l dm was very willing t lint other also when her friend entered "I am delighted IihIcimI, to see you, but I'm afraid you wim't "e kIiouM fjot wlmt tliey wantM. nnylwdy except me todiy. I did ink nlin lunch iirrlViTod tlifir 'loins ho, to tuwocintt with Percy to look in, but I have just had n It in note from him to say that ho is lmund to cotitiMitiil than with liwMuU)ntl mortal. As for Percy TlroroM, ho win, be at Vttuiuhtur." y jHirhiiw, of nil her ojiiitivia the one of "Hut really T don't want to nee oxcept you," Dorothy repliel, with whom alio WRtli'li!tirou(l mul whov nllj;iiinco she wan the luiwt anxlons to Iianlouahlo mendacity. "Oh. wrll, if you nro suro of tint" retain. For mm tliini;, ho had wearied wits quite Lady Belvoir jiaumd for a moment and her to death; for another. well nwaro that li hail Wen In love, not laughed "if you are sure of that," nho with her, but with n girl of her nnino nvsuined presently, "I'll in;;, and order who hail lotiK hIhco rowed to oxist; tea. All things considered, I don't know that I jwrticularly caro about seeing , finally, ho had iiovur for a inomunt her in anylxuly except you, so I won't send you Consoqueutly her fvcliiitf toward him away." wax one of hiinie frit'iitlHnwtt, and Theso two women, who had so little tn o alio knew him to 1m an excellent mnn common, hid by this timo nt any rate a in all rosjK'ctM (except thoso which alio comdditnthlo numW of common carwl for) 1O10 wan honestly pleawil to and upon theso their conUncover that ho was xmitten with the versation not unuuturally turned. Thus only tfrl in the world whom slio ever justice, without very much mercy, was found tolerable im a companion. Sho done to many porous who, by reason of found various means of bringing them the narrowness of tho preent stage, have toirc! her, nnd niuiiMsl hem'lf when she not been introduced to tho reader, as well as to one or two who have. Mr. TlllM OlIll.T Illlttnn. Schneider, for example, if ho had leen Tho most nggnvsivo of nil of lifo'it mi- ronccaled liohind one of the numerous nor oviU in a man's collar button. It in hcreens which adorned tho room, would tho motft cluftivn of thing when hought have lieon forced to listen to certain for nnd thomohtohtrmiv wheninplaco. troths about himself which could hardly Kvcry sort and atylo nvuiiia to liavo Ihjj have failed to make him unhappy, alinveutc I to altate its trying fiunlitwu, though he might have been to some exbut it ntill remains an obstinate fact, tent consobsl by hearing Lady Del voir obstinate and uncomfort-ab- l tako his part. and when on tho back of a iimii'h mvk "I don't know why you nro always so rubbing and irritating thohousitivo Jlush hard ujon my poor littlo Schneider," tloa-bi- o And when that collar button eorves she said. "Ho isn't clever, of course; duty and holds down tho collar, and but one can't expect everybody to bo by Wing at ungainly lozenge tthaied clover." tiling nlrto holds down tho necktie, then "No only I don't, think ho is a geniudeod hi it prewnco felt most unfortu- tleman," Dorothy replied. nately. "Has any ono over had tho effrontery Tcrriblo boils luxvo times unnumlH-ret- l to nsscrt that ho was? What do you boon occaslonwl by theso ujigainly metal mean by a gentleman? I mean a torson things on a innn'it neck, and their tolera- entitled to uso coat nrmor, and I don't tion for no long a time ia a matter of mm wliat all tho other olaborato detinl-tion- s wonder, esjR.'ciaUy when tho matter is so that ono hears havo to do with tho easily remedied. Ono ncods to gu only htibject. Schneider has just about as crOKH tho way to find tho remedy, and many nncsmtors, I suppose a fovv inoro it Is this: On many of tho nowcat collnnt or a fow less as half tho men whom I then) is tho necessary central buttonholo receive." in tho back, which fastens over an ordi"Very likely; but I was thinking of nary pearl button wliich is hewed on the his manners rather than of his birth, ohlrt. On uithcr sido the buttonhole two and as for half tho men whom you mall flajw nro otitched. Tho llnp is I never can understand why you stitched to tho collar and is just its own receive them." width from tho lower odgo of tho collar Tho truth was that Dorothy could not Theso Haps art) of threoor four ply linen enter into tho good humored disdain and when lnundured aro as stifF as tho with" which Lady Hulvoir n'gnrded her collar itself. Tho necktio is slipiH'd tin- suitors, one and all; nnd as rightly or der them, as with tho oblong button wrongly bite thought better of her friend and no exerciso, bo it over so violent, than most people thought, it provoked will loosen it from its confinement and her to sH the encouragement freely lot it rido tho collar, as ithiusalwayx had to iivttNons who had no right at all a tendency heretofore to do. Now York to expect anything of tho kind. Ono of Herald. these was nnnounced before Lady llolvoir had timo to reply, and at the sound I'ii r. An It is not generally known that the of his nnmo Miss Leslie mado n grimace. 0,,r,n!in empress, in npito of her many Mr. Kiihtuco Moreton was probably enexcellent qualities, is very extravagant, titled to the uso of coat armor, but that and owvs largo sums of inono to tho did not alter the fact that ho was lazy, Berlin tradesman, ono firm alono having felfish and inefficient. Now, if Dorothy disliked this young a bill of 800,000 marks, or $tfl0,00t gentleman as sho did very cordially rs against her majesty. Tho empress cither a dross, a'mantlo or a bon- lie had no great fancy or admiration for net n second timo in public, and every- her, and, although ho did not go so far thing that sho buys is of tho very leut. as to mako a faco at her, ho allowed it to sih.'u that ho was loth It is all tho moro surprising when it is bo plainly displeased to find her in tho and extremely simple her recollected now surroundings were beforo her mariingo room. What business had ho to be to Princo Wilhelm of Prussia, and eve n either tho ono or tho other? That wns after her marriage, until her husband what Dorothy wondered and what Lady Bid voir could have told her. succeeded to tho empire. But Lady Belvoir only laughed a little, Tho emperor is also very largely in debt in spito of tho handsome present as though tickled by some thought of mado to him last spring by tho Kmprcss her own, and baid to tho now comer: "You havo arrived just in timo to Frederick, who advanced htm l.&OO.OOO fitand up for yourself. Miss Leslio has marks. His majesty undertook tho greater lieen telling mo that she can't underpart of tho expenses incurred at tho stand why I admit half tho men who that includo Luther festival nt Wittcnbetg. Tho come here. Does do you belongyou, do to the you suppose, or omporor has, unfortunately, not the slightest idea of money, and scatters it other half?" Moreton had tho manners of the modright nnd left, to tha great horror of many of his royal subjects. Cincinnati em young man, which, with all duo to the modern young man, is tanPost. tamount to saying that his manners Useful Articles at u Fair. might havo been moro refined and ur"Old mon'8 comforts" is what pack- bane withon any detriment to his genHo sank into a low ages on salo nt some recent fairs were eral attractiveness. labeled. Tho packages includo a pair of chair, felt for the mustache which had gloves of knitted wool, a large necker- recently been sacrificed, and allowed chief of soft woolen cloth, a ickago of Bomo seconds to elapso before ho answered: tobacco nnd a pipo. "I don't know, I'm sure; but I Bhould The "comfori" Bold quickly, as many visitors could readily pick out among havo thought Miss Leslie might as well their proteges at least one "old man" have condemned the wholo of us while who would welcome tho quartet of ar- she was at it. It's very evident that we haven't had the good luck to please her, ticles. New York Letter. hnd nothing better to do by wntohin raiito! rvUutnur. tho progress of t'n-l- r WALTON. hap-iwuc- d, I tty 5 Ji-.- n hle-tur- y, fre-que- nt pn-'iap- a but perhaps that in hornnm wo haven't tried as hard as wo ought to havo done." At thin lmy Belvoir laughod again. "Suppose yon legin now?' she suggested. "I shall bo hnppy to retire to tho other end of the roo.n if you think you would get on better without mo." "I don't tli'tik we should get on at all bettor without you." answered Dorothy and M'tvt.ii in mi rcnth. It was a pity tltnt after n) emphntic a tiouciirniic of opinion they should have been fmvd :n do without her; but nt this moment two other visitors made their appearance, and ko it enmo to pass Hint Dorothy and Mr. Moroton, bjing left titling hie by side, had to entertain one another whether they liked it or uot. Neither of them liked it at all, and Don' hy did uot even mako an effort to do her duty, so that it devolved upon her neigh'xir to open the proceedings. This he did by observing in a souiowhat aggrieved tone: "I didn't know that Lady Belvoir had a tea light on this nfteniooti." "I don'r think she expected anybody to come," answered Dorothy coldly. "Not evtrti yon, perliaps." "H'm! If it isn't an impertinent question, may I nsk whether she expected 1 n your , t or not, he obtained no onswer to it; but presently Dorothy observed, "I wonder at your not liking tea InqK-rtinen- parties?. iint-nrw- l. jili-4.ut-ir aoy-lotl- "Do I." inquired Mnn ton, more in sorrow tiinri in anger, "lonk like a man who tnjoys titv jiHrtit?" "Yes, 1 think no," replied tho girl "BeaidvB, if you don't enjoy tea jtartiee. what do you enjoy?" Moreton very seldom lost his temper, but then it was not often that ho was tried in this wcy. lie was now thoroughly angry, and if Dorothy hnd boen Mian she would doubtloaa boon requested in a manner to explain her words. As it was, he only remarked, witii studied calmnoss: "I suppose that rnenns that you look niwn me n. an cfFeminnte sort of a 1 am sorry for that, hut I don't think I'll try to alter your opinion." "I don't think you could," returned hi-- i implacable antagonist. The young man stared nt her in undisguised astonishment. "I know yon don't like me, Miss Leslie," said he, "and if you'll excuse my pionking the truth I don't very, much care. But n a simple matter of curiosity may I ask you what your quarrel with iien-Mplorer-oo- n. alone, nnd of courso ho must havo & thought that I had purposely misled him. iwfblWf I I think of tho fuss that Percy r. Tho nmallosfr1Pt.U tojgwYorM When U Thorold used to mako when theso unof recruiting health in clHcirtercd ln Schedule Dec. iS, 189a. avoidable accidents occurred!" "Mr. Thorold wub engaged to you," LEAVE NORTON DA.I..Y obnrvcd Dorothy, reddening a little, 7:00 a.'m. lor Graham Ill'irt.eli., Poeahidtas though there was no osteiibiblo cause for fitvl nil utationi Flat Top and l'oc.ihuiiUi Diviiion- her doing so. 12:04 noon, lor lllutfiolrl, Radloril, Roanoke, "Yes, for n time ho was; but ho fussed I.ynchburs, Kiehmoml and Ntrfolk. Alto (via Olnllvprcfrectliin,iilokhpolnchtl'-BRoanoke) or Wa'.ilnjrton, Hneersiuwn, Harris- long beforo ho was engaged. Mr. J.iure-to, ptMisui, tlatuloncc, licnrtliurn, Ijll.om rhiUilrlplninnd New York. o( tho rK.u, anil iui a. ' T'ullman Sleeping Car from I.ouiMllI? to Nor I am sure, would never be fussy rii.ir, ruptlon tho bonds, tlulf curnfliot-- J troulliof via Norton ami Kadfonl; alo Kadlonl to and never try to interfeio with one's rflVcUuroinarTolou. They aro ncor- New YoTk, via Shenandoah junction, aluo Rail A ploasunter man tn arrangements. tin vrcll n Kiintlo ciuir.rwc.v If rd to Washington; also from Lynchburg to Rich Very small nnd caty to tal.c. l'rlce.Vis mond. innrry I can't imagine, and I really quite ?Sc. Onico, 30 6 11 1'ark 1'hwe, Train for Po ahontat, Powhatan'JinJ Oool- is impossible for me to regret that it will leave niuoficld daily at 6 toa m,8 30 a m, t o n and 10 r in. many him." Leave Itmnld 6 10 m ilnllv fur Kenov.i and BKST1SQC1UTT. "I am delighted to hear yon say so," HOST 1.1 QLiSrilT. Col.imbuj, O. Arrive Columlui q 15 pm Dorothy declared. Additional traini Tor Welch and Intermediate, stations on Flkhorn uave lUunuUl 05 p in and "Thanks very much. Yv'otild you : resa r in dally. Train arrive at Norton Iron) the East dally at fer my marrying your friend Schneider, ti 40 T " aiJ 5 so p in then?" i"T fuithrr inlormation as to schedule., rates, .apply to ncsnts c( N tfolk A Wetrn "Of the two I think I should," W. 1I.IIKVILL, Dorothy. "Mr. Schneider, at Gen Pass. Agt Itoanokc, Va. least, is rich enough to bodishiten .ited'r" "You almost make mo wish to con' YOU AUE GOING ti 1 vince you that the other is too. But perhaps it wouldn't bo worth or while. Taking overylhing into consid..THE., eration I think I will leave matrimony to you, my dear. You nro better fitted Has loci all Worm Remedies. p !! tot domestic joys than I am, and Percy EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. oh, I beg your pardon; 1 didn't mnan SOLI) EVWmVHERE. to say thVt." CO,, ST.LnflS. rrrrrTdbjlltCIIAnUMIX.TATLORlI.D. what yon were going "I don't know to say," declare! Dorothy, with a good LOUISIVILLC & Fl. R. deal of dignity. 1893. J ummwwmmmmmmwBm ww :a "Of conrso you don't. Well, I was only going to say that Percy also is fitfor you, as its Is the line ted for domestic joys. Possibly ho mny havo told you bo himself bv this tira-- " ILLUSTRATED. OO0000OO0O f THE SECRET I W eslernB! Tiay lim FiEs 0 - n, .nii-g- oeoooooo Z.. 111 v 1 WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS A-- , Rall-ru.do- di.-iute- n VERMIFUGE WORTH WEST, iaiwswnwaMaa-.aMaMaw- i i aw . Harper's Magazine. maintain the jBouble Iaaiy Trains Mak- clo'e connections at . 70 UK COKTnrCZD.l .larucr's For all points. It ftom the brpinulng which has character!. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. Among tat notable ftaturt of the year will be HAGGAGE.CIIECKED THROUGH WHISPCRS ABOUT WOMEN. Kai-mor- o For any Information t.uiulre of niw novel by A fnnin Poyli;, CcD"an JOES. RICK. Acent. tUck. bhnrt stories Mrs, Robert Winthrop, of Now York, wtli 1,Wnolann ami William most tiotiular urltors Stanford, Ky. Or rnAtriltuiril bv the W. W. PENN. Trav. Pass. Acent. is worth over 10.000.000. the djv. mUudinc Mary K. Wilkin. P.lchard Junction Citf. Ky Harding Dals, MargarU Poland, Rrandcr Mt- Huldnh Friedrichs has tho honor of tlicwt, ami many otners. uie liuisiraipa ofrip. bv boing the first lady taken on tho regular tivu iiaper willomtirare atttck-- subj-ct- Julian Ralph ; p 1 by The on mw Soutlieiti and Western n O fl J staff of a London taper. odorc Child on India; by Puult.ty lliKelow en 1 a- E-l Russia ami (Jermanyjhy Kicnard llardfiiK DavU W Miss Bertie O. Burn, of Anbumdale. nn a Ixitxlon beavin; hy l ul. 1. uiwicje on Mass.. who saved two girls from drown- basttrn Riders; etc KiUin A. yVbuey Coineoies will be contln- ing last summer has been presented urd. ol Shakespeare's will be contributed by I.itrrar articles with a medal Chattel l'.lt.l N.iili.tt. Mrs. Juinea T. Field, Wil Mrs. Oroiti Wilson, of Now York, is liam Dean Howell., Urandcr Matthews and others 1 s ' 1891 will UiiBi for ftauUard ct commit-tLOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI mul ailed ixtclUnce .. fj.H n rJ" Jr & 0(llf S.JF iiU liMlU ' B- buc-tvsslt- sl mo is?" tout-hint- ,' ln-ur- t. good-for-nothi- cwiH-cinll- re-cei- t I nove-wea- sur-pris-- ed ct "Yes," she replied, "you may, and T will tell you. My quarrel with you is that you aro good for nothing. I may bo wrong, but it always seems to me that a man is ten times worse woman. It is than a sufficient for a woman to Ik? something pretty, for instance but a man ought to bo ahlo to do something. If h can't ho might as well never have been born." "Oh, but 1 can do several things," Mr. Moreton replied conqioscdly. "I can dance very well, and I can shoot rather better than pretty well, and let mo see, is there anything else? Oh, yes; I forgot my chief accomplishment. Iain a really first rate hand at ingnitiating myself with ladies. Not with you, of course; but you are the exception that proves the role." ho If ho meant to be sconsl a success, for Dorothy jerked up her shoulders without deigning to and after that he could get no moro out of her. That she had not revealed tho truo cause of her hostility to him ho could hardly lw exacted to divine. How could ho know that she him of an ambition to acquire Lady Belvoir's foitune, and that she was convinced thnt Lady Belvoir, minus her fortune, would have had no sort of fascination for him? As littlo could sho guess what was in reality the sad plight of this hardened student of feminine nature. For Eustace Mon'ton Lady Belvoir's reputation had no secrets. He knew all that was said nbout her and lielieved most of it. Yet it was now nearly n month since he had become as wax in Lady Belvoir's hands. That all jiowerful woman had turned her attention to him tho moment that she discoveml how light ho valued it, and such feoblo resistance as he had offered had been overcome with ridiculous ea3e. It may bo conceded that Kustace Moreton was a selfish man; but it is certain that the persistency with which he had followed Lady Belvoir about of Into was not due to any wish on his part to mako what is usually called n good marriage. Ho called himself an nss for acting as ho did, and ho know thnt ho waj an ass; but he did it all tho ' same. ' Dorothy, for the reasons which havo already been mentioned, determined tosit this occasion, and it need him out scarcely bo added that she attained her o purpose. Ho stayed until tho other had gone away, nfter which ho glanced nppealingly at Lady Belvoir nnd impatiently nt Dorothy; but ns neither of them choso to understand what he wanted ho resigned himself to the inevitable and took his leave. "Poor fellow!" laughed Lady Belvoir when she nnd her friend wero ouco moro alone. "He is indeed!" ngreed Dorothy, with fervor. "I slon't think I ever in my life met with a poorer fellow." "Oh, I have," said Lady Belvoir, throwing herself back in her chair nnd fanning herself lazily; "I havo met with lots of ioorer creatures. If you como to that, Schneider is a pooren creature. The mistake you make, my dear girl, ia in asking too much of human nature. I am far moro reasonable. Tho first thing that I ask of a man is that ho should ndoro me; then I expect him to keep his temper with mo; finally, I should like him, if he can manage it, to amuse me. But I don't insist upon that." "And does Mr. Useless Mortnl fulfill all those conditions?" inquinnl Dorothy scornfully. "Mr. Useless Mortal, as- you so wittily call him by the way, Dorothy, I wouldn't display wit if I were you; it isn't a popular quality is all that I could wish him to be. 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I can mostly attend to it before breakfast. Then 1 can attend to my regrets for duties unperformed during tho rest of tho day. Dut 1 am a poor and soon tiro of this. Tho glad now year should bo tnoro wisely used. Wo should only regret just enough to chastiso ourselves, and then with a firm und rigid upper lip proceed tQlo butter. Some ieoplo du not allow their borrows to heal, but keep them open, torn ami bleeding, just as weak and cowardly soldiers sometimes create and maintain ghastly sores in order to avoid a coming battle. We must cheerfully go forth to meet our duty with each returning year, und tho homo is tho best placo to investigate a man's efforts. There aro a good many "jolly dogs" in this world; but, as Gretchen says: "Did you ever seo tho wifo of n jolly dog? Sho sleep in a kennel.. Did yon over sco tho children of a jolly. dog? They aro tho curs of tho er SAT street." 3 tho maliguant regret ler. Let us therefore not ovordo tho jolly dog business with Btrangers aud exhaust ourselves, so that at homo wo may bo moro civil. Pardon mo for moralizing on tho glad new year, but there ought to bo one day in each year when wo can put our past out on tho lino and look it over and pound it with a broom to knock out the harvest of selfishuejs aud unkiuducss. Enough of tho glad new year! Last evening thero was a pathetic Been? at tho box office iu Paris, where wo spoko for tho benefit of a thrifty church society under tho auspices of the Indies" committee. As usual iu such cases, the seats wero sold tho day before. Paris generally is regarded as tho wickedest and most immoral city in the world, but Paris, Ills., should not bo confused with Paris, France. We emtio at noon and registered at tho Hotel Bristol, on tho Placo Vcndome pronounced Plass Vondomo and in the evening wo began, after prayer meeting, it being Wednesday evening. At 0 o'clock u tired man, with tall, heavy boots and tho Kid air of one who had been thirty years trying to provo that agriculture was ono of tho most delightful Occupation known to humanity, asked tho man at tho box offico window for a good seat. lf you had been hero yesterday," said tho ticket seller, "you could have bought a seat, but not today." "Sir?" fcaid tho man. "Scats all sold yesterday." was tho gentlo reply. "I didn't hear wliut yon said." answered tho old gentleman, unrolling his car hud placing a hand with a red mitten on it behind tho ear. "Mo seats, I say!" was the hurried answer iu u loud tone. "Not oven in tho orchister?" "No!" r. So thoTjolly dog may bo as bad tkoy also hung on the flauk of tho Union army during tho war. Thoy havo thero-forarrived at th ng of discretion. If they did not care to be kidnaped thoy could have gono risht away from there. Wo mut a retired landlord from Hurloy on tha train to Alpena the other day. He was a haudsomo young follow of Irish ' birth and was dressed in purplo and fine linen. Ho also wore h high silk hat, with a broad band ou it, and his golden hair seemed to have caught tho gleam of a dying day in October. Ho was just tho kind of man to make a low, dirty, drunken, imported murderer mad, he lookod so cool aud clean and sweet. Ho had beou at Hurloy running a hotel, no had worn u white vtt ono day last summer to market, also a tall hat Ho Aid not get his marketing, but ho got a wealth of tobacco juico on his white vest, and his hat was found on the roof of tho opera house after ton days had spod on winged wings. Hurley has seven or wight opera houses which are open every day in tho year. Tho audiences are entirely men folks, nnd opera glasses aro not called for. Tho Sabbath is set uside as a day for recovering from tho Saturday n'ght dobauch. but tho recovery also requires Monday, nnd oven Tuesday forenoon. The Hurley jag has a worldwide reputation and speaks for itself. Social matinees aro hold in tho morning to nccommodato tho minors who work at night nnd cannot see society except in tho daytime. Men wear their hats and smoko Cablo tobacco i. e., tobacco that ono can smoke in Wisconsin and smell in Europe. Wearing their hats at theeo theatrical performances is a cheap imitation of tho custom among ill mannered ladies, but tho tobacco habit thoy havo picked up out of their own heads. Tho opera ia in tho lino of comic opera and consists of varied specialties and is played by artists who wear thin property clothes on tho street, and their tights when on tho stage show how high their boot leg3 como when they aro dressed for tho street. Tho girl who sings about tho picture that was turned toward tho wall has nn iEolean nose, through which sho sings a Kid lay. Sho stands ou tho outsido of her feet as sho warbles, nnd thero aro traces of Kidness on her face, also traces of iron ore around her waist. Possibly somo ono has loved her somo man tinder tho influence of think, I mean and with his iron covered arm has clasped her oro and oro, only to bo repulsed impatiently by thoso thoughtless words. "Oh. go and cliaso yourself!" And t,u ho has gone away, leaving her there alono to face all thoto people and sing and try to bo gay. Girls ought to be moro careful what they say to men who uro intoxicated. 1 onco lcncw of a young lady who told a man to avaunt under those circumstances, and now, although sho is Iiappy nnd wealthy, Bho is nn old maid. How much better it is to havo somo ono you can call your own, no matter how worthless and low. than to bo an old maid! Hurley is gay and lively with its foreign tongues heard hero nnd there, tho merry music of tho orchestra of tho nearest theater and tho dull thud that strikes ouo's earns ho is richly repaid for wearing eyeglasses on tho street or wiping his noso with a handkerchief. I can imagine n sweet voiced ovjenew girl elocutionist reading ono of Browning's ioenis here to'theso great, strong, manly fellows who wear whiskers wherever thoy happen to spriug up, and who drink to excess. Wo did not play Hurley. 1 would not mind playing the Siberian tallow cnndlo circuit, but Ilnriey does not appreciate real art. Opposite to us ono day in a Pullman thero was a pair of newly wedded eople. I was reading, but tho story was too massive for me, treating of tin do cycles and ono thing or another, nnd of living for a purpose, and of getting a firm grasp on the tail of tho ago in which wo live, and bo forth, and thus I sort of listened to tho bright and childlike talk of tho two sweet things cuddled up thero together, with her little gray gloved hand now und then gliding through his whiskers in such a way as to mako him feel tint ho wa3 ono great solid mass of whiskers, whereas ho only had littlo "eiders." which looked liko ear inulTa that had worked forward. "And so wo go to New Orleans, Ambrose:" f ho asked as she opened her now traveling bag and took out anowcakoof boap to smell of. "Yes," said Ambrose, bcowling at tho too of his new boot, which was hurting him. I jndge. "wo tako tho Q. and C. from Cincinnati, or wo tako tho luxurious Illinois Central, which has such cunning littlo depots' all along its line, and we will spend a week iu Now Orleans." o Ambrose?" "No. Whntisit?" "Why, you just take the hot Bugar, you know, and pour it on tho enow. It is real good." Sho will make a good wife to him, I am uro, nnd will order thing! from the market. Sho will order her croquettes by Uie sut and livo for weeks on purple cold law because it matches tho tablecloth. But Ambrose will not caro that is. for llireo or four weeks and then ho will havo tho colic somo night, and tho will talk to him about his heart nnd how to keep it ever true to her, when it is not his heart that is hurting him at all, and sho will put a beautiful pale bluo nightshirt ou him to roll on tho floor in till the doctor comes, and the doctor will, after ho has heard the history of tho ense, tako her asido and tell her if sho really does lovo Ambrose bho had better get goods that will match his interior decorations instead of tho tablecloth, and ho will recover, and by and by thoy will accidentally know something. at hU cuff, "is also a great rogar market THE CORNSTALK DISEASE. REWARD. for the plantation! along the rivor." ,f,T.i",y c,,n-,,- ' lh will of TliU Scrloti "" "Oh, how sweet 1" she aald. "We will Detection nut! Sick He.JhN Ailment. dQor&BuYpaiVii "r Cosiiii;; cimoi go out to a plantation where they aro .the Liver ;M.. Dr. Frank S. Billings reports an fol- JSVifflh' making sugar, nnd we will mnko wax sugar. Did you ever eat any of that, lows: to Kite iiurclvxeitubeand nerer ld i rr 5o '', TABLER'SDII I .r fortune's Smilo. K?N I I 1 Emm! '" &' IL. "Now that I havo spent a good deal of money in putting up my establishment 1 will wait with tho hope Unit fortune will smilo upon me." rMQiJML Y My I "Ah, now! .4 That's it-o- nly three, smilo pleasantly. when Isay One, two" dlH? v5k Kl f.lllK LINCOLN NATIONAL, Mi. OK SIANI'OKI), m aneU tiJ ni.Ur i.p) with th ihe ante a K C Wtil'i Nereand Ptam Trtaiment, rt at Dr ! ihaiier. dtpu.ter Hi a.ee'c.tu f.r ll tter.a, IVnme.Mti Neiirli. lullt prvivvted a aie Je;H4lteM ill NjtUnal al. 01.0I Hea.la.he, Nenoun r.,lili. n .aiued IU .haicholdera lins held inliirld.i!ijr Hankt, c IICH. or tobacco, Wakemlnett.Menlal l)f rev.ion. ilftay. baldetolhe ettcnl ol Ihe ants mln of their 10 Hie ot Uraln ia.ilnf inunity, tnnety, U-addiiwn a ol therein at the p.r In lwe thenel, Heath, Premature Old Ar, Hareimc, It iii.it act aa Nare aiU l.iiconh.ra ami aroount inveted Power in enter ex, Imp liniimtratot. ttiutw. Ac, a fill) ai eiecutor all Female Wcaltiee, Involuiilary iniuditidual of brain, hell cainwl by oer-errtiin J who rnirutteillheir hmailteli To K.r.h Indulitnce. A monlh a lietinDl -t- itU tho.e I inc-- ln Aliuie, nnoclnl ih tender ourN'alicnatlhanVi an--ol W We guarantee Si, m lor J b) mii ntanv e line V ach order for M boiea with $J will tend Staiifoid, cur irutt ttt) lll kuutinue In tranaact their liunnMkfee prnmpl alteu- t written cunnmir Ijicditul il not cored GuarUh in. olleiiis a.rsuar-le- e la yean antee lued niv ' v a K Tenny, Drugeitt and uon to aame, our t aie ra-iilrtplntfnr. con.tltMitlon Unery tanking andaa liberal accointnodatiniii occur- ol agent, Stxrvfo.d, Ky lound bankingrence, while laxity of the boweU nlso often oo. "ilh euro nnd umy Ih looked Um n rather a riaiCTOMi: Itixl urine doe.-- licit occur. The Ulhlc mncoio arc Injected and .J. William, Ml. V.rnouj oft) a jellowUh red tlut;e. My Inocu-latJ, M lUU.Sunlord; drunk all the time, and even ate n J. S, Owiley, Stanford ; elegin' Une I am receivmij our of the wi-most III da). Thut such kick little durinititu S J. Kmbry, Sunlord ; KV ever animals should be to cut and often MII.LLIM epecia1 hnOU.t in Staslerd, elel wantrnf tli J. R l.jnn, Sunliicd; iv to drink U tin wonder: but If clear water Is ed wllh an N.wn Welch, of inClfidnniti. an thu A. W. Carpenter, Mllldtlllei placed before thrm no illtllculty In awNllowtni: trade Min I ll me thla kikih nd rli need trtninier, l J. y. Ca.li, Stanford; will bedlMNivcrcd. Milk cows soon iJaskcu In guarinice ereijlhinc tolx In the lalett and mo.' William CcxHh, Slanlutd, Ky. their jioJdnf the tncteti! fluid, and fiviucntly appioved Uthton The latle are inrited M call . ctMccrtnllotfethrr fora time. and eiamine my goot, whUh t will UWe pleni- S ll.Snanki, I'reaident Caihlit. It nm be borne In mind tlint If the iiinnure j II. Mlss ,.,cc, W M llrU-ht- , Teller milliter from t cuttle janl where i.uininU haxe hud this dheutuaiv taken out and mruwu o er n Held and then plovivd lii.and tint field o U plnntetl with eiirn, uch torn U ery to become itmuled by thU Kcrin, nnd thut of nmle liisfea in cattle If tan he the OK STANKOKII. KV turned Into such "n tulk Held" the clihuluj; f.ill and winter. Ontltai eniptlonof IhN ulnwi- - in a hen! of CapitalStock-Surplu- s rattle which hare been Um1 lo do the Ir.rj m.iii'i.trl.'iiiiiiiK in u bttilk Held tho flrsl iep to bo taken lx tho j.'reinptnry withdrawal of the "MOTHER'S FRIEND" IV.kkltlf Rreatrat .' li nl fuirn hiuh u nnd mk li fodder. 1 ottered child woman. I liave Us-1- a next thlnf to do li cither to number, brand oi AMentMnaf the publl'- - it innted to the fae e fur manj year, and In emh ualy Natmnal Hani, in Stanford adopt mi olirnr nteun by w lilcli it rcord inn where .Mother' Irlend" haillsiiuaesl Ithan that thia ih of the Nallmal Hank Act be kci! of iwcli nnliual In the lot, and tl.eti accotnpllkhisl vrnnders anil rrlletd tuiuh Umter the are ieiurd not oU kjr the capital tnV. iIh leniperntute of earh one tilrtlil and Is tho Unit remedy for rllnc of Iriwxilo'a ulterlni: It haUlitr lor a Y the atotkboldura' uuiminR. Ail hIJIia temwmtoro of over UC the breast known, and worth the price for that iinotint but thai deWiUi ol equal U the ttoeh. i', Mil" M..M lne. Ifffs K. mnl lm looked upon t mijtctiu atcnted bjr a f mt.1 wf are Jiuut.'omer) , AU. IM WUItution Thoae In whlili It doen not or rieover flee lorn autemctiu of the,ondi.in of Ihe lank 103 deux. r. neeil not ciiuvi any worry. Then' toll all expectant mothers If they w!M are made each earto the United Suiea ioein-nicliialean It no ! of Mianitln the Mck from the well, tliMtcti amuaimolal ataledliinta iiMiafewliotthnof Mother' :riend they will uit the tlKuMi Is mitctintavlouf. p thnniRli tho ordeal without any ln and dr toeernment acenti, ihna etHiinj jkUiIiki nd perfect aafely to depoiloi lit Indt.'atts! fur all the Mils. Mav Hhamiam. A talllie imrfHtlve hiilTetinc. Thia inmtmioo, nncinally e.tablUhed at tht Arpuavllle, N. 1). aliluiala. that dip tdiould bo vreuiatexl, tb Hcrnkof Sianlord in Mother's Prlcnd Wforo birth ol tuy Deront the Natwwal Haak nl SiaftforO inrei.fian with Ihem a lot of the litter In the )rvnl. and lfsl child. Will never iW.j and red eighth Its iralr. If tMMdble to avoid It, the regular eattk 1'lrit National Hank nl ialn llts. J. 1'. Moouk, CoIum, Cul. Slanlord in itWa, hek had praituaHjr an lw uvd for kucIi cuttle after ynnl should r It it letler mpfdied iny of them haw liitMiwe 111. Acnln I reH-a- t Pent by express, charges prepaid, on receipt oow with lacihtiet. fol iBacliBKbnaptnpt In tio en. should i. particle of the manure or rf price, Jl JO per bottle. ev t nnd liWrrallr than befiem ita looc and nfiiMi fpmi a pluie where rueh cnttle hue konurahle caieee Aiconnta of cora:lrtni. Ufn eonflnwl ever to umxI fur Icrtlllrlns pur" nRADPIELD RHGULATOR CO., hrmt and Individual! respectfully tollc- Horn It up. Sold by all dmKglsts. Atlanta, (Ja, The lll.utrulliini.of the dlu.'ixoo In corn and emped ot Ihieetity l thi The the Kiino hate put us in T.J I'atler.nl Stanford; Ion of pnicthnl know led,"e bywhkh we Keitt, I.mceln canal)-- , ihoukt be able to Invariably tell when the The most Celebrated Kyc. liar, a yde, Stan lrd ; J W. KrowtnK cum lu our field U tnfcttctl wiih this Nose, I hroat and Chronic DIs-eas- e S.ll lliKTin, Lincoln. (;eriii to iJaiiKeMiUd to our IU e Mock. The n,uwu thin of preveiillon shirald lie the dimple lantti r Spcculi t in the State. M.J. Mltler, Ml. Vernen of iivolliiir such corn (e'A ns places for 'urn-Iih- j S T Harrit, Lincoln; t KHt hnneat Klianini: In to do the J, S. Hoc,er JiUnUrd; I uiii Proni conerNtloii with fcernl fnrtiunt It A. t.atVee, LincaSn; mux! Ihut een how tome of thilti qulluciri T. P. Mdl.Sa.ffd. Id ens of the manner lu hr.otnte iliktlncl U n (Tec W n Wikh. Stanford; which the corn lUelf ted. at.d that W I' Tale. Stanford o have olilallitMl an oxuet ihxciiptlon of th.r. OKIII LKi jinrt of the btory front tho Uilunlc.il ealewe thouhl rum be able to totnlly prevert thU i.i cnM) in our lletoek ni far ni lint cleanitittof John I Mi Knleta rhi-- i cut oirn tkhU it concerned. Hut this utill leavi a A Mc Kinnev, A i .ni rthler. WW. which ennoi.lj us to fat cm. vera) lo teltletl by careful olnervutiou l) fanner aiul.xai't lnoUatloii bj lotupeteiil SUCCr-SSO- In em?MorlnK to jortrnytlioyiniitnuttof thl dlent! o onmu fnt i lo fnco with a ued. tlon of excct'd.i.K tllfuculty, l'OM3 of thai' Try close rcsruiblnm. to other U.iu.rx which occur In i null- - In our extern slat, und even 'ilicnoir.t'tia nthrnx t!.rlf offers lutm-vltn- l tt which iiniro or It sm chncly ittnorable iIiom) 1) tlilliMtif, esjwvlally In the tnoat acutr form. ThU fact lm led uamy xotcrinn-rian- t Into most torlons errors liultnKnosisi, The occurrence of thin illfcav In the monthi from November toMivrch nil)-- hoof eeiitlHl differ. entlalditiKUO'.tlc value. may bv Like the sulue plrtcue, thin i!ii'i hour, or It limy evteml to fntal lu twenty-fou- r eltfht or teniUysiir ronw week before niioh reMilt occurs. It Isnot n unUei-Millfatnl illtns we now know belter limn ever before, I'riir.nrily we liuxu to ilo with n ncute dUmmI polfii.nliiK which, liko ull fciich Ugi-es- , la ncrotni'nnletl by a more or Icrji exct'Mlvo exacerbation of tho bodily temperature, viioIur, o fHr n know n. from ;i Uik. P. to 42 ilem. C-t- hnt Is, from WX Uccn. K. to 1U7.0 ilcu's. V. There (lKturlmcces of the circulation frequently extend to the brain, where enTKe-meprovum occur, which In nnd icr-h- rnl Mime anlumU tnUca on t.furuiof "cnn'ines," rs cull It. The anlnmN then be 'low as the owm fcnrfully nnd rlinfe other nnlmnla, esje.'iaU doyjs hoExir fowln, but celdoin humnn Kln. Thin Im.t lel 'o tho mUtnke of their beln callett "mud" nt timet, nnd to this dUcnuj bo ItiK iiilxnl up with w (Alleil "hyilrophobla" In cuttle by miiiki eterluurlann. Other iiiilmuls Hand by thrin'elvcs or are depresses! and loath to mors. &'p2rat!on from their iomtnlonn U one of tho first Indication) of lllnev. A nearly ft I rnn dlK-erthey ran ull b allow und all drink. Ak lu kw Ine pluKua nnd Miutlirrn cattle prr-trntry a-e, nt n Vh.fuii.i.iiiMinfjieturcj; V.V.tCe.,Cl.lcKo,lll ny. llewie of un"l-rff- onljr by The Uhn C by A. R I en "d im.Ul.o.M. "' 1 mmuJLk OIHTMENT known for GURE E JAPANS anl . . SU8ES KOTMISiS SUT PILES. A h.id CERTAIN 15 Farmers Rank&Trust Co. l Why u(fer from thi. irinlNI"" ;'"', "' J , OV STANFORD :CY leu KU.iant I. po,'Hely k'TcT' n'fo" money If not rlun.l lh " Iree .ample (iuar.niee Stanford, Ky. DruBKini and ole aKcnt, i.nnplei ... AAtitullniT oi Compieie " (liniment 1r",m",V 'J' xn.l'p.11.; ,,oiiicure for M n- -l llllnll or Weeding, ItehiliK, remfily I" ne"f , "," I hi lletedltatvl'ile A new CURB ft I REMEDY FCR PILES. MCW. CO., T k UltUAHUtPl.TlTLOltlirD. yars as tho DE3T CURE '.''"'"''V; ,h aa J. Per W. , r.II for li dow tully orgmtuctl and icaljr lor butmcii with Paid up Capital of - S2nn.ooo. Surplus, Il HA JO 3. ,e,waia nioii'nof UJiiaj.-nntn- 1 boft-enm- I.oa, M'er-mtprrht- -i ter "" tr t 97-- rrien it - i TO TEE ZJDIXS. il uhae ter e;e Ihen-vrello- ........ .,.,.,.. ey. lin-bi- CURES RiSiNG FIRST NATIONAL BANK BREAST llKi-TK- S20O.00O lJd 20.500 k ie inld-wlf- iw priii tik, exi-vtx- l Sima nd Thu il. ; e-- ienr Mil--tari- tc. f thl poc. l"l l'flu 1 1 V, i tftltiTH. KlHiwlUK nitiil "Tircrx!" Jk f that the corn fmlder U iIiki til Nitli ut to the liHk and leave, the ijUeMl-vi- i i. the ull Dees tlie Ktnii uUwi K'rowiliK kernel, mil cun I he) alw i hum the lUtfdH'1 alto InfeMed by this Kvrm7 .nd Are lr K), whlehr 'VU IukI It n mtj in.portujil (tittlon, for If the) cannot , lliua biieli ..e'ds cun l neil for ralniiic Thiitu'il Let dutermlneil by actual experiment bv i iUl. w ho flioulil turn ia It I.eM lit'out furini lutludltn; jattlioB of uuUet i nd l.li.i nn entile with null clirtur und then feeo a wmrm 8&l?f. WSffi3225im Pinlel. , i'u fr.utt EVERY EYE ON r, .'l,. In-- ttUZdi SArftVJ,J8Azn'Z.hiK KA- , ''M . buceotnt fiHd. If the experiment Mi.loi, It would in tin hUitablu uri.iUh-ctiieut-s woald tin illrvt'tlui. with intelligent, furini m und i f uiini; Miichuu i.ificteil Kirn Held u, cxiierlluc iiliitlnu ill uImiui the lollimlliu' hih'i kind without the admixture lJif uuy other her U-a- tiODEYS is com- i.ke txiM-'.n-- J. S. APPLEKAN M. D.. llil fortntriy CM !S? pletely taken with it. Some were captured by complete and handsomely illustrated NOVEL, hut it was those was to mention that smilo!" St. Nicholas. "What a fool I Tlio Tight Headed Voutli. The clock struck 11, and tho young man rose to go. "Is it possiblo I havo been hero so long?" ho murmured, ajwl-ogeticall- y. Wliftssay'r" "No!" "Well, that's mo all cer. Come fourteen miles over a road that's frozo tighter than tho top on a now bile, and can't hear uothin over eight foot to savo my lifo, and got to buy standin room. Louisiana and tho girls has got tho laif on mo this time." Much has been printed throughout the United States regarding tho condition of society at Hurley, Wis. Probably some of it is truo. It is said that the pcoplo thero aro mostly miners who havo been imported from abroad under contract. Sorao of them wero caught- alive, and others wero snared in Russia. They talk their own languago, drink alcohol when depressed mentally and chew tobacco in tho English language. .Several times tho world has been starTHE NEWLY WHIlDED PAIR. tled by tho news that a large stockade "And what is New Orleans liko, Amestablished in a forest a few had been brose?" sho asked in a shy way, nestling miles from Hurley, and that young girls kidnaped from Chicago to bo her head under his arm. with her noso in ffero being cigar pocket. locked up in tiieso ctockiulcs to lend his "Now Orleans is tin old city of the bo cruelly slain and wicked lives or ho said, "with Creoles and crocoburied at midnight in tho asparagus bed south." it, and a shell road, so called beprison. It was a sad talo diles in adjoiuing tho nruiiuo bhellcd each other cause tho and aroused much sympathy, but later along thatiiy in tho war. road that thesb girls were infownation shows "Now Orleans." he said, looking hastily kidnaped from Boiler avenuo, und that and "Oh, do you look at it in that way?" suggested the young lady with biidden coolnesi. "Such a waste of time," ho continued, stumbling madly on to destruction. "Sir! if you" "Of your time, my dear mis?," ho gasped on tho brink, and was saved from going over. "Don't mention it," pho said sweetly, and they partod as friends, but ho realized that it was a narrow escape Detroit Freo Press. Too Short. i Wk mazi "These are tho shortest days in tho year," said Mrs. Jimpson to her husband. "What of it?" askod Jimpson testily. "I'm just ns short as tho days and a blamed sight shorter pinco you camo back from that shopping expedition." Buffalo Express. The MHroh of Intollect. Father (robukingly) When I was a littlo boy I never thought of asking such questions. Tommy (tho youngest) Ah, but, papa, when yon was a littlo boy I wasn't born! Funny Folks. With n King. Tho winter girl who is described as dressed to kill would doubtless bo classiWashingfied as a form of ton Star. slay-belle. and urder etry preiuntion rkiiIiuI uicidci.i from other calicos lo cuttlu und uImi rahlitx The lutler tnlclit 1)0 tried fim, ni ciioiikIi ki owl. of the fenn of this iIIm.iu'u to enable ni y itimiiuteiit iwrwin M recoi:nl.u It Wheji tin coin Is rij theeura bhould bo Ktl'Ciel (unfiilly and nil full ears rated finiii thoce Incomplete In ilovelopment. Kecdlin: experiment hhouhl lie ir.ude with both. k'ter the crtp of torn has been cut bo turned Into It In order to a fe- cuttle of nvo'tl ui.y error. Natumlly euch the iw.d Hlio'ild ho i united froiii the other unJ if, j I rofctor Ilurnll'h iclli-- Mit(i;etiil, kUtli u Held us ono of "torty ucrei," tali be Kcnerulij Infentid. kuth a one should pit-ltof cxperiineututlon. bo iimsiI lor tl.. n Includlnit millet, clover und in tact nil kinds um1 tor tcediiac ttouk, hhould let pliinted in lot.s in Midi u Held. Due lot of inch hind ehould be ued for lmxturnu'u In the kUinmer tor u few cattle, while the crop of lot hhould be pruservtd for winter ue cuttle. and then teil louttrluln nuiiilx-roIt Uto.. i uth to usk any farmer to do all thU a, hlso .'li exiKiUie, but the luteit-Mnl fctakt duiyof theiiKiiculiuiul nmke it iho li belni; one of lodo exrii ivnt Htaiion.which It, this were clouted, Ihey Uiu purpose lor though Nebiu.k,k It lh9 onl) ntnte that hu' There donollrtiiut thus f.r In this are Uli uLuiiduiu-- ot public uplrlted und llitclll-fetn- t fanners who win ut..illy uiMirt the work. wrlf.en mo tlnit he In fact Mr. AUKcUtv I intends to follow out my miKKestlons as lo Brustcs ind inillut with the Hold ho upoku t,f In .stn'InH IiIh exierIeiitV4 hUerydelnlled Utter Mi , Mi with the dUcuku. Ulte- lldvlte Kehey Kolounovv that thete U no daniierln such firaM ruhed on tuch mil. Whemcr nuch a dlseaho hu occurred evcrj stalk and Itaf on isudi n Held nhoulil be by fire, nnd until wo know to the contrary tho Hold rhould lw ncdcd down to lm. Theio U no iiuenlton but thut tho Infested reiumuitu of tho torn fodder can upon their Ihe further iiifccfiou of the Hud I) thoKermthuabiiomlns: free und uualiule! In tho noil, Tho nlteoluto necessity of tile or ditch riniiri-Iihj- : i. tho 1'iwer portions of corn lieliU litis i eiap'.iatltully Indicated by every pnatlial utlou thut It would seem iiiinecrimdry t l call further nttentlo.i loll un a momt fr.ctci-treudeiini,'our corn trap uluintl free "Jul iliwvv from tho iluntfera of thU ior-rectlu-r Vn-loi- be tUoruUKhly cleaned of nil re'ue of the old corn ciop, but nntexpoMil to then.-tiu- n of are. A pinion hIioiiIiI lie hinted iu corn, und If any tulm upie.ir illkCiM.il ilurlnic the uiuw inicpttiod tl.jj hhould be fed x;rlinejiti;ll. l.er it hhould English Specialist, l'rLle'ir i f Prarncoof Me.lnine, 1 Colored of Electrical Modical College, OKON TO, CANADA, Now Kinmltiine Portraits Pli)i ln of KV. Ihe Society Ladies, in the fashion de- Southern Mcdicaiginstitute, I.OIISVILI it, Will be at Myers House, Stanford Tuesday, Jan. 31, and until noon Feb. 1st. duiitig llie car Ur. Applenani a Kradiiatrcf llellevue Hnjiil-a- l Medical C .llerfe, Ntw vtV. City, and the Medical Collrcr, Tor ntn Cotuvla. Iloha Tiadc a tpecul alndy ol the diteaart he lieuled the great llellevue and Chanty llotpiut lur tuv cral year nnd reconWea uuaupcrinr in diaisneaiiiv and ireHlmi; Chrome DUeasea Me devote: all hit time to thetriMlnient of chronK and neivoin ilitcaiea of IkjiIi acxci nnd hit akill ai an expert in Returning (our jf 4 W Jfc partment, that "finished the business." livery eye will welcome our CLUBBING ANNOUNCEMENT (That toundt queer, doetn'tlt?) ecry wika Llec-itc- nni, A tion to both year's subscrip- GODEYS 21 l'AKK ROW, N. V. CITY, cetklnlly, and Ihiaclaiaof cnea is weHcslntili-died- . Tieati ui and Semi-Weekly Permanently Cures Acute and Chrtmc Caurrh. I'.liigltiK 111 liar I)nrtueof I e, Ear, Nose Ihroal Lung. Kinney Urinary and Uladder irouhlea. ISrijlit't Uitcasc. l)ihee, l)pepla, Loom aud l'aralj ii, HpiUptyor pauon, Vila piwitively cured. Voudc or middle aged men sulleilnir fmin luiputtncy, Kruptiorie, the retidtt ol errora or exctKji, ah..uld call before It it too laio Vr Kiiraulee a turo if ciue hat nol fone ino far SupcrfluMia hair and all eruptiona of the late permanently removed . Interior Journal, 64.GO. Sclentiflo American Agency for lejlri, lei-.ir- 3ft 1 Rlood and Slcin Diseases. At Syphiha, Scrofula, Stricture, Olctt,lc cured by never falling rernediea. Dlteatea of women, such at Leucorrhen, uainlul Mentiruation. Ditplacenient ol Womb, beating down paniK in back, relieved in thort time. 'Hie Doitor carnoa nil Ida portable IntlrumeiHi aud uimck urepjird o einmlne the met ohtcure n ulical anil tdrjical cai.et. but cntet lluundertakea no iiuurable hundreda given up to die. 's:l V ITnTHA. For Infnrmidnn and freo Handbook wrlto t MU.NN ti tX, Sbl lillOAlllVjlY. NBW YOHbT. tifdrtt bureau foraecurlnu patent In America. KrerynAtont taken out by ua la brotuihl toforo Ue public by a notioe gtvun free of charge In tho tmmr TRADE MARKt DESIGN PATENTS, to, COPYRIGHTS. niutiM U-et- uli-te- CONSULTATION FREE And Confidential. Addreat M. I) , ewn-ntia- n J S Al't'LKMAN, Ihe oilllo (, Louitvdle, Ky Larvert circulation of any sdentlflo paper In tho world, bplcudldlr Illustrate!. Na Intelllccnt. man should Ikj without iu Weekly. H;j,(IH a jenrt JLiOalx moutha. Addrena MfiNN CO. i'UiilisuEUH, Sttl iirOKlwoy, Kew Vor City, , i J, I'fV rf d j: rwm -- ar-u. aJ "fi.iJt.aV ' v"-"- . ?b4- . lr - ,1' rr li If. ' E MWF' kOEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL Joins vantki. As Ejrgs nt 2b ccnlH. boo 13. 1?.( i Son. Ukmemiihu M. I". Klkin pnys thn Iiteli- put mnrkftt iirirut fir fnrj ttitnf fillip Xrr?.. -- -HH " " XnVt ADVKItTI3RMB.NTK. I WE INVITE YOU TO. 'tjTANFOHD, i Kv., .TaNUAHY ill, ISUo you net-e- l h otirput, Hlouk. Suverancu As Pon. If our now in uhhIi. """I"" tt.awAUTON,uu(3.MflnaRer MEAHS At IHgglntTpriccfl yon ran afford buy your next whiter goods now. i Lost. Three bird dogstwo red dogs and a black bitch. LUwral reward. U. to 11. Cooper. THE ADVOCATE in Kentucky. MaiiyS. BUSINESS. post-mast- er Ku.'ki lnift buHii 'appointed count- at Kendall, HubsuII Eniiravino beautifully and artistically .lonontA. 11. I'omiy'ii. Jiuv vour books and hdiool Hiip;licm ol all kiiulrt from A. It. Penny, who nulls t heat at publinliur'ft prices. IlAVKyour wnt ch, clock and jeweiry repaired at A. K. Penny'. All work warranted. IlKMUMiiuii that all Bllverwnre, wutclu-prinia, Ax., bought at A. 15. Ponny'n will be engraved free of ebargt'. . yA n:w heating stoves left sold regardlefcs of cost. Jakk (Jook, colon d, got too drunk to navigate yestenhy and Marsiial Newland wheeled him to jail in a wheelbarrow. Comet to ou every o her day In tho year lot oiey 52 Theclitap'st mid best eels uUireu months. Address Tint AiivocaTs, Danville, Ky m fat TISCIK Sale of -- liter Qootk 2CIM3IU at Paris, passed through to Uiums-t- r A iinii with orchestra, eoinpoxl of Wednesday to take charge of Hraum's a nuuiber of young men here, Is a cerstore. tainty. Tho monev ha been subscribed Mu. J.T. Oamson, of Imlsville, was and tlm instiumenh) were ordered yes here yesturday. Ho and Mr. Chnrles J. terday. Cirsou left this morning for Knoxvilie on tho ro.ul three and the South to be Tin: election of directors for tlio Mrst week. N'utlonnl Uttik reunited in the old ones M. D. 1. Ouujick, of JaeJ.o, Ilreath-it- tt boing chottiii, with the exception of Mr. "V4 county, was hero ycsterd.iy, tho guei T. J. Foster, who had sold his Rtock. Mr. of Mr. W. U. Dilhon. Hu telln us that K. L Tanner, o. McKinuey, was elected tluisno-A-ieight inches deep in his in his etead. rouiity. IIiiokk MRU I. Mrs. .Sam il. Holm, Miw.Kiiank IlAnitm and Albert reC), yesterday, who lives near Peyton's Well, in this turned feM on tin ice Wednesday and where they left the mercury V.V bulow county, b sho in considerably must broke her hip. ero. The captain snys the madam advanced in years grave fears of her re dolier visiting liereafter in Juno or freezing to death covery ate entertained. came near wffo alia was gum. As overloaded car of corn on the Mim. Wi. CiKkp. received a ditpatch C. broke in two between Gilberts Creek from Columbus Urove, 0 ,tlmt her father, and Dix Itiver, Tuesday night, throwing Mr.Isaac Ny had dropped dead aud shu it and two more cars oir tho track, the and Capt. tieer left yesterday morning to latter lotulcd with cal. It took 21 hours attend tho funeral. Mr. Nye paid his to clear the track. aldaughter a visit here last year ami KKADtho novel proposition of W. H. though nearly IK) years old w:u quite acHiiruina' in his advertisement. Kvery tive. Si's wortii of goods you buy of J im will "CITY AND vInnTtY." entitle ou to vote for any young lady nt you wish, the one receiving tho largest Scaup tin lost, Kinder pleaso leave mi tubes of votes to be entitled to free tuthis olircc. ition in the Colleen here for five months. ..av.TPi, uliite oil at 10 cents; lire proof A Dairy. Mr. G. A. Peyton will open "gli oil at 12 cents at Hrpcins'. a dairy at tho Watts place, in Stanford, Yoim nccount ia ready. Call and set- next Monday, from which he will supply our people and those of Itowland tle. 1 mean you. A. It. Penny. rt with reasonable rates. 1.NTKKIOII !. l!rT OIHpm in M l U nilJofH Such Jersey milk at has been needed nu enterprise nil . N.u, uunumg. rtppij- i " here for some time and we hope and a '' Advoaite, Danville, Mr. Peyton will reap a rich re- Tiik times a week for $2. Write for wrd. See his ad. for prices. three -- Fit-CI.I will open on J tMh tSat St.KiuuiNM it finer now than it has from wlmh can that will bo been during tho season and tho Dir. milk to tho Ipeople tuppl? any quantity of l of MMtlunt uml Jenoy .McKinnoy iiiibulatiou of the bells mak'js at tlio following pilceo, dfllveruJ : Ilros. . ..jo ccnti Kreih 21111c, per gallen : music for the bnlles. 8 Skimmed Milk, ptriaMon. ..to cents You can allbrd to borrow money at 15 ... t cents .......... Wi: should like to aoe ths Stanford As Duller Milk, pr gallon Of Wool Ovcrshirts in the town. We do not want to carry these per cent, to buy goods at our prices. See? pttrmaac el lwtll Danville railroad prnpoNid in another nublfe '. nwike two ttlp ilal!,. The A. Pit VTO.N'. the goods nor do we intend to if we can find customers. They are for U. tolicifd. J.S.Hughes. .. Staaford, Ky. sale regardless of former prices. We invite you to come and see them. column, built, but v foitr it wil I not be. i yr. Wi: are iiinkinir u specialty of Arizona The cost Till be to. heavy for private You can afford to buy for next winter at our prices. cook stoves. Kvery ono fully warranted. capital. All our $15 Cloaks reduced so $9; all our $7 50 Cloaks reduced to T?TTBIT.G SJBJCJBi W. II. Wcareh A(!o, PERSONAL POINTS. $5; all our S3. 50 Cloaks reduced to 2.75. All our Misses' and chilTiikhk has been a good deal of weathdren's cloaks cut half in two. Our Si 5 Overcoats now Sio; our 8. 50 Aitei: Jan. 15 I will mil beef for cash er since our hist report. Tho cold wave Mimi Katk UI.AIN, uf riuHtonvlllo, was & Horses. Odercoats S6.50; our 6.50 Overceats 5.00. You must see our line of only, lienf will go at ft, 8 and 10 cents ciime as predicted, guiding the mercury tho giieft of tho Mirac Kills. wool Ovcrshirts; there is nothing in the market to compare with them. Mod-irdown to 8, the lowest It has been ob and pork nt 12 ctfl. J. Vest. N. Ctum returned to his l)u. served here, though popiH in the ooun College in Louisville. Wednesilay. February 9th, I39C, Hi'it.viti) to Dkath. A little girl of below. It has try talk about 2" to Tin: tiro company presented Ohief I. tale Gaflney, who hvs near Taint Lick, rained, hailed and snowed Ht intervals 'the day following Mr. Jo"ih tT Jl Woolvarl' Ky . Ja. t. Sterling, of itddlc horn-i-, 1 will itll M. Brttoj with a handsome arm chair was so badly burned Saturday that sho till now there, are about 150 layero of slet-- Hftn'n Jack, twenty fine Jenntlt and twenty tlvc One lot wool filling Brocades at 7j4c; one lot all wool Novelties at Hur-- .. tind a table as n britlal present. The Jack lire all old onengli for lervice, died next day. and snow on the ground, tliouuh the The liurc I. Kurt, n HiiBtonviilo boy, but J. 35c, worth 60c; one lot Camel's Hair Suitings at 50c and 75c; one lot Tiiky siijr no news is good nuwu. If it whole does not exceed four inches in Six Fine Stallions, 2 Stnrulard-brenow located at Grays, wns in town yescotton Bedford Cords at worth Dan't fail to come and terday. bo true Mt. Vernon is to b cnigraiulat depth. It has b.H.'U tho longest cold Trotters, see us. M:mKtta YcAQni:, o IJoyle, tho pret- cd. Our correspondent sent this mes- - spell fo- years, and may prove a blessing And nnmber .,f nice GeMini:, Ac. For nJdrcJi me at Mt. Sterlmi, Kv. The disease germs that in disguise. ty sister of Mr. Thomas Ycnger, is visit-in- sngu yesterday: "No news at all." n CLAYTON' IIOWEl.L. cm withstand its severity iro too tough, lii.n. M v accounts are ready and duo and 1 for weather to effect. It was snowing Mil--. 0. K. Wilmot, of U'xlngton, is will take it a a favor if those, indebted again yesterday aud the signal bcrvice PTJB&SC SAX23 I visiting her inotlur, Mrs. II. l Jones, to me will call at once aud settle, as I am telegraphed that wo may expect more ol St., who continues quite sick. " witli a falling temperature. it Mitscs Mattik and Na.nnik Vanhk-vkk- u in need of money. H.'O. Uupley. At we have rented our farm and will move to Indiana the lint of Keb , we will sell to tho highTuesday to visit tho family of left Ukmovkd. ILinks, the Joweler, has M AT R MQfil AL MATTERS. Hubble, on mite' est bidder atom plan-!Mr. Oconto W. ColTey, at Orlando, l'la. moved to thn new block and is now rea-d- v Hardin Claunch and Mi?s Nellie J. M. HUBBARD, A. 1YI., President. They w ill bw gone sovenil mouths. to wait on old and new customers at Singleton were married yesterday at the THURSDAY, JAN. 26, '93, Mr. Max Mankh. formerlyof tho (live him a Mcltoberte' drug storo. SpTinjj Session Tuesday, 24H1, 1893. bride's fatherV, Hardin Singleton, near The following penenal property 3 (tandard-liStoro here, but more recoutly loci-toi- l call. is How-lam- Everybody Invited to Come. We will warm up the body with good, warm goods and the pocket book with low prices. We have Overcoats, heavy Winter Suits and Cloaks, heavy Underwear, heavy Boots, Comforts, Blankets, Fur Kiigs, iwuits and MiHMers and FIWJGOT (ji-- JaUs, Jennets al 1 Ow Dress Goods are Simply Wonderful. 3c, I2c. d - g 9o-- J. S. HUGHES. January to-da- y, - Stanford Female College. Iou-isvil- la p s 1 1 x Ju-ly-I- lo combined mare, 1 WHViifjburg. Music and ttandard breu hav inaie by Ultiuius, 1 brown Full corps cf Conservatory and Normal School teachers, rfjperior tourses in Literat-irc- , mare ears old, An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. fol Dm ton and Mis? Lena, the marr Inby by In Time, hay A David in foal George Tarkcnton, riue xaddlo hmse, pretty daughter of Mr. .1. II. Putt, were bay ttallinn, three yean old, mred by Gambctta. dam by Ultlmui, 1 year year- - dd bay naddle married Wedmsday. Iloth patties live a very fine one bi handidKe' saddle home. Fayette Chief, darn llelle, by Stonewall Jackson, near Highland. Jr , orrel hnrte, a ar old by Ilrcre H'llle. Miss Ssni Piiynu 'Drako, a Hi year dam by Ultlnius, n Kood, ccntlc buggy hone, 3 (ino by In 'lime, dam by old Covington school girl, olopcd to Hbjil years okl, Jr , Raddle colt coft by Wilkwi lloy, Jr., Stonewall, ycrlioK r, gorx! family Ahdallah llton, O., with Kdwin S. Daueherty, of dam byuork mule, years old, t iGhandx high,hone, good 1 4 Dubuque, Iowa, and was married. Tho mule, sooi! wheat drill, good tit, new, a r.tvf hay raite, a Walter A. Wood iuowit, a good groom IS. buggies anil liarnrx. a strong road can, 1 ijirmg Miss Daisy Kitzhugh, of Lexington, waron, good iiurrey, a splendid hog box, t Oliver Uhill'-Dow, 1 ruling plow In gi od order, and oththf well known contributor to nowppa-per- s er (arming implements Seven stauds of lee, Hustonvillc, Kentucky, at People of Lincoln county, call t,c,oo pounds of meat, 511 barrels of corn, about and magazine, and Mr. Kdward F. stacks ol hay. t thoroughbred k'n-f-- cow aUimr Ay res, n Washington lawyer, are to bo i gals, of milk per dav and a good nutler osw. 1 cow nnu jcrsty, a neiier married Jan. 20. Iloutehoid anil kitchen furniture, j jojd coal Mr Tevis Goodloe. and .Miss Harriet, novet and a tplevdid cuok stati, So. 7 over that Ti'.Kt 1 Jiifs of J10 and imdcr cmn; daimhte- - of lliohop Thomas U. Dudley, ntno'intn credit of 4 montnt without interest. not oaynh'e in the Karmets Hank .V were married at Calvary Church, Louis-nill- e, Trut Co., ol Stanford, Ky d JOKA- B SWOPE. Wednesday evening. A reception Hubble Ky. 1 d tilllei, j good roadttem, to tul-li- 1 MeMi-nge- 1 SOLOMON, BCUI'MDVJCJLIL!,, at a l 1 a 1 EI, ' I inrce-quirtv- The Cheap Bargain Store. ji-t- - l. at tho ISiehop'a followed tho ceremony. At Sigmaringeti .vnidtoyal pampand splendor, and surrounded by Kuropean sovereigns or their representatives, Prin-ce-- s Marie of Kdinburgh was married to Prince Ferdinand, Crown Prir.ro of Itou-mani- At Walton's Opora House. E.VCAOF.M UNT KXTKAORDINARV, Mr. B. Alexander, a prosperous merchant of Owen county, and Miss Beauro gard Stuart, tho handsome and captivating daughter of Mr. William Stuart, of CrHb Orchard, were married at the Monday, Jan. Sc ond Annual Am Closing Out My WinterStoefe x. IStli I will soon have my Spring Goods, my Winter Goods must go. 'fo.ir of the favorites, Call in and get a Bargain, as :',"::;", ;;:;vi a mm J. SOLOMON. ...l - be-lie- vu Trl-Week- ly ,, Peginning next Monday, Mr. P. W. Green, of the Myers House.lwill tun a hack line be1). Wcareii. tween Stanford sod Powluud, which will make eight round-tripa day, starting Xkkdisi). What you owe mo and need call at (1::I0 a. m. Tho faro will bo 10 cents it bad. Accounts all copied. .Pleasa each way and as such a line has long and settle. A.A.Warren. been needed, it will likely pay from the 1 100,000 dozen eggs at 27 starf. It will be a big thing for our Wantkd. cents and thu bmws number of pounds of merchants, who can afford to pay the enroll A fare of nuular cuMniner Mr Green butter t 25 cents. W. II. will take.'onlers for goods and deliver Co. them along tho line. Wlix you stand by and sec such bar- Tiik Minbtiiklh. The newBpapeis in gains aa wo oiler in our advertisement find never como to ace them ? J. S. the cities of Virginia, where the Sweeney, Alyidot Goetzu Minstrels have Hughes. been playing, speak in unqualified praise Tiik members of the Urn company have of their performances. Ths Richmond decided to have a gymnasium and will SUite says: "It is an; organization of likely got the room over Hutching's liv- great merit. The hand balancing of Mr. ery stable for that purpone. Sweeney was wonderful. The contor, Sai.lv Camiwkm., a respected tionists, Demonin and Moncayo, surpass Aunt colored woman, died in Macksville Moil any we have ever seen; thov seem to day night. She was nearly SO years old break the very laws of nature. The dancing is new and jjood and in tho fi aud had been sick sovernl months. nale, "Kun on the Levee," the company It is staleil that J. W. isullivan and J. Is seen at its best. Tl.o performance M. lllakely,- meichants at WilliamHburg, went witli much snap and vim and thcie CHURCH AFKAIRS. have qtiit handling tobacco becausu they was not n dull moment from the rising think it wrong and injurious to the to tli falling of the curtain." At WalIt ia tiJaimed that tlicro in mi dibit health of their customers. ton's Opera House, Jan. 10. is being made by tho Prudbyterian acof Ciuc'mnuti to liternlixe tlio In order to Ho to the MisstrbmI Wuits Stewart M. Car60ii was killed of t'intCliiiri'h. commodate tho Itowland people, who by desperado in Klorida, in discharge Hitler J. S. Sweuimy ileilicatHil thei wish to attend tho minstrOl performance of his duty as deputy shcriir, he held a Sunday Monday night next, Mr. P. W. Oreen policy in tho American Accident Compa- Chriatitm uliurdi at Someraot special trip with his 'hue, ny, for i.l.OOO, payable to his father, morning. ItisaaubaUutial brick audi will make a Judge Arch Carson, of Crab Orchard. cost newly ?S,(KX). All tho co:i(jroiatioiid j, leaving itowland about 7:'.I0 i. t. atttmded the The company rofused to pay tho amount of the town adjournal mul I will sell 12 tickets, good for that alleging that Mr Carson hnd given Hervicea. Tlio 51,100 debt on tlio build-- 1 his ,...... ...... nuranor oi trips uuii--cI occupation aa a druggist, whou ho was ing was raised by subscriptions taken up JrKowland, for $1. It would bo a good deputy sheriff, aud of Milloreburt that his death was that inorniui:. Dr. Pope, P 'scheme for tho merchants of Stanford not the result of accident. Judgo Car-a- Female Collene, wlin was present, was Kentucky aud Rowland to keep their customers employed Welch As Sauliey to prose- one of tlio contributors. Paria supplied witli tickets. I. W. Green cute tho case for him and on its trial ian. Prop. Stanford & Itowland Hack Line. Tuesday before the law and equity court George W. Vhea"tloy, aod 73, and M. Ska, who bus been hero a in Louisville, Judge Toney gave peremp- tho oldeet Odd Follow in tlio State, died Mu. A. week in the interest of the National tory instructions in favor of Carson. A at Harrodsburg of pneumonia, Tuesday. Mr. J. M. Mcltoberta, Jr., has BuUdiug & Loan Association, has secur- motion for a new trial was entered on notice of tho death of bis ed subscriptions for about 100 shares the grounds that tho court erred in seva board here. Tho asso- - eral particulars, hut it is hoped that this Dr. J. M. Mcitobeits, at Kmineiice. Dr. and established trial onds it aud that the but at this st)ion is ono ol tlio uest orgamxeu. w. get the money, to make old judgo will McRoborts was born some ?0 place, ago. years his life more moved to Kmincnco lato of Lobauon ami M. Phillips, pleasant in its few remaining years. He was iu his 84th year, here, is general manager. eoi'V' Kok Kknt. Stable on Depot street, with four good stalls and water. Oo. SrA.vroRii and Itowi.A.Ni). s - bride's father's Wednesday. The I. J. congratulates the fortunate groom and -:- wishes both long life and happiness. It is figured from statistics that a woman's chance to marry at from 15 to ' (Late Alexander's Hotel.) 20 years of ago is just 11 per cent FtomJ20 to 2," tlio chauco is increased to A Grand Transfonnation Tirtl Part, Rates J52.50 Per Day. 52 per cent ; from 2o to !50 it diminishes Elaborate and Refilled Mimtrelsy especially arranged Everthlng New and up to the tunes for 110 to :V,tol5 parcent. From to IS; from Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Housthe icjvjii ol Nut an old gig on the bill. 10 tho chances of an unmnrried :ii to niomaiiBink to. 5J percent.; from 10 to ; W. R. LOGAN, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, 15 a still further dimiuuation is seen, her Manager. J. J. Marshall, clerks. chance being but 2. From 40 to 50 the a husband old maid's chance of cettinir is but J of 1 per cent., while from 50 to Sec the Grand a. c. SINK J.N. MENErKl of 1 53 she is supposed to havo but Clog Tournament, per cent, of a chance. A widow's chances Sec the Big Song and Dance at any age, are from 70 to to 83 times better tlimi'tlint of a maiden. See the Great Bvkus, Mr. Isaac. Molloberta Bruce and European Novelist. Miss Annio Wray were united in marj riage at tho home of the bride's mother, IO runny Comedians 10 Mrs. Mollio Wrav, at 7 oYlnfk WednesU Sweet Singers day evening, Bev. W. K. Kllis officiating. THF.QUAKKK CI IV QUINTTETTE, Miss Georgie Wray and Dr. W. N. Cra'g Office fliwl were the attendants. Only a few of the Harrv tchun, Lively and Howard, C. H heency, th)Only Alvido, closest friendu were present aud immeMRS. A.W.JAMES. Ana u Host of Other. W. H. WKARKN diately after the cereinyny Mr. and Mra. Bruce went to his home, where they are At Noon now cozily domiciled. The public seems By Pi of Wni F. Uoe tin's Celebrated llan d. to havo recognized an alliuity between Come and see a Good Show . the twain, now ono Ilfsh, as their names PricesWv,cII. soa"d7c. Reserved Seats now on McRobciu' sale at have been coupled for some time. Mr. ..WITH. liveryman, inBruce us the dustrious and popular, and he has chos on most wisely for a wife. There are If you would protect yourself girls than w.n Miss Annio Wray, from Painful, Profuse, Scanty, and she is as pretty aud ns lovable aa And are strictly "in it" on anything in Suppressed or Irregular Menshe Is good. May they live and love to struation you must use a ripe old tine. 0D3L INSTRSLS! '93-9- THE AILLARD. e, 3 Louisville. Ky. 30 Star Artists, 30. & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The Yard Uepot Street, Stanford, Ky, STANFORD LUMBER YARD, Grand Street Parade WE Begin the New Year well-know- few-bett- Advice to Womkt NK1W FUMCB bo ' nun-itfter- a tloc-trine- s BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR CARTBI18VII.I.K, April 28, 18M: This will cortlf y tliat tvf o membora of my Immediate family, atter hAvinu Buffered for yoars lrom menstrual Irresrularlir, Lelns tvoateil tvlthout benefit by pbyslclana, were at length completely cured by one bottlu of Mradaeld'sj Femalo Keulator. Its effect la trulr rfondertul. J. W. Sibasoe. Book to xrOV AK " mslled rHKB. which oonUlLS valuable lnTorxuatlou on all female, disease. HARDWARE & GROCERIES W. H. WEAKEN & CO. Aa 11 Pffi3NWY9 And BOOK1-SELL3K. 1 1 DRUGGIST AND JEWELER ) v BRAD FIELD REGULATOR CO., on roM mj.zb or ATLANTA, OA. all jMvaaix. TO THS LADIS2S. re:eivinj one of the not el.'sant lines ol MII.I.tlNUKV everhnndl! in Stanford, selected with uti imiiccihI view tu the wants of this trade. 5tiss Norn Welch, of Cincinnati, an cspe. I am Thp Lnrrrest Stock to select from. Prices alwas as Low as the low est. iMr. 1 nos. JJaiton nas cnarge oi jcwciry jjcpiiriuiciu. Watch- . es, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and Warranted. Old Gold and Silver taken in exchange for goods. Thanking my friends and the public generally for their liberal pa tronagelm the past year, I hope to merit a continuance by polite at A. R. PENNY. tention, honest gooes and fair prices. .. . s " Engraving Beautifully and Artistically Done. t-- s. wen-kno- wu rlcncod trimmer, is with me this season and I Kuaruntee'everythma to he In the latest and moU nrpmvcd tashlon. The ldio are invilel to call which t will take ileas-ur- c nod examine ray goo-Isiu shtiwinir, MISS LICC11C lUiAZLRY. 6j , W T .. . y , Jl.v' .1 ,','!fWjyr'i E5iMMBIlM0ttr ftruiiy .. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaLr My',T'Ijipnn PVVHKaHHud-MJvtLllBBMC.a LF - yg r m aaaaaa. JKJtf jWSS'-wiwi- jgaigjiftv t jiy - 'iiMgpraCTPPW5B Tor Sal I Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal ADVANCK A Glimpse at Westminster Abbey. ALH. HENDRB. (To the Editor Interior Journal.) THE Inasmuch as this building has been brought to mind by the interment of the AVhen not so paid 9,50 will be charged." late poet laureate, a brief sketch of the Abbey will not be out of place. 01 the K... LOCAL TIME CARD. founding of an abbey on Thornoy Island, Rowland at 7.00 a. ra ., returning the Bite of Westminster, there has been Train at 5:10 p.m. n good deal of speculation among monk ish writers, and some wonderful stories L. A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. are told regarding it, as also about its MftiltniQ jotne North ..l 40pm dedication. A lt'gend says that Sebcrt, .........ljipra South 5 Pm king of the Kiat Saxons., who died in Etpress train . " South .. ru .. North )3im 010, orduied Melitus, then Bishop of am ... ..7 10 Local Freight North........ South.... .....53'Pm London, to perform the ceremony, but The latter train alio carry passen(ers. Tha above i calculated on standard tiro. Solar that St. Peter, nccompanied by ausels, ime It about 10 minutes Taster. came the nicht before the dedication was to take place and performed the rite. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Historians have agreed that the sixth century was the date of tho founding Trains pass Junction City as follows: Florida Sptcial irio.p. m.; Fast and completing a part of the Abbey as it d Mail 1:50 p. .; Kast line ta'ts a. ra. Successive rulers added to, is 3 Speclil arr vet at S'.n p. m. strucSpecial leaves at 6:ao destroyed, rebuilt and repaired tho ture, until now it is 37o feet Him lungful a. m.; Fast Mall is 50 p. ra.; Florida Special 4:43 '", way, 200 feet wide nnd feet high. p. m.; Fait Line 3.13 a ra. There aro nearly 1,200 people buried in this Abbey. One of the most interesting parts of it all is the South Transept, or Poets' Corner, as it is called. Here are tho craves Vjvi;W RpYALI.i,.Vs and monuments and busts of literary lights of the last two or threo centuries. Ttiere is a monument to David Garrick, which represents him drawing aside a curtain, disclosing a medallion, which represents his Huperior power in unveilstxuw wir '71 ing the beauties of Shakspero. A ilgurc of Joseph Addition stands on a circular basement, surrounded by small figures ol tlie nine Jluses. iNear at Hand are the busts of Lord Macauley and Thackeray. Over the door of St. Faith is the bust o( Goldsmith, with a festoon curtain, olive branches nnd books. Near this tloor lies a blnck marble slab, which A Cream of Tarter Baking Powder. II irhest ol covers tho remains of Charles Dickens, in leavening sirengta. Latest United State while near him aro Sheridan nnd Sam Covcmment Food Heport. uel Johnson. Gay, who wrote farcea, ROYAL I5AK1NG POWDERCO., fables, satires and pastorals, has this ep106 Wall street, New York. itaph, which was written by himself: Life is a jest, and all things show it; Tennyson Published Every Tuesday and Friday old burying place, Westminster Abbey. AT was buried in tlint historic $3 PERYBA.TC IN" of tho center tablo nnd tho fellow who tarried opposite. Sho appeared to bo buffering with nn unsatisfied ambition. "You were sjeakiiig" His voico was like that of ono whoso toul is much distraught. "of old adages." "Oh, yes, 1 think" Sho raised her hand to protect her face from tho scathing heat of tho coal btove. "many trito sayings nro without truth. For instauco" Sho shot a coy glanco ncross tho table. "tho ono which says dibtanco lends at lst. Tho lamp with Its garniture of crystal shed n subtlo and insid ious odor that permeated tho entire apartment. Incidentally it shed n dim, mellow light upon tho girl who sat on one tddo Thajr Met pris-tnat- io For pains in the chest there is nothing better than a flannel cloth saturated with Chamberlain's Pain Halm and bound on over the seat of pain. It will produce a counter Irritation without blistering and is not so disagreeable as mustard j in ivt is much superior lo any plaster on account of its pain relieving fluidities. If used In time It will prevent pneumonia. 50 cent bottles for sale by W.It, McRoberls.druKirnt, Stanford, Ky.l LiiH T C. D. FOWXX.I., DKAtlK IN -:- Twenty Building Lots In the corporate limits of Rowland, General - HfcrclinncliNc, II. t. OARST. Rowland. (HP V A A aUSTIN & BOWELL, j-- And Country Produce, Has optoed his slock of goods and is ready to serve the people of Stanford and vicinity, lie is olTcritiK uniieartl of llargalns and all who want good Koodi at the lowest iosihle urices should call on him on Avenue &P.S1 trjz.cr si . STANFORD, KY., House, Sign, Decorative Pain tor lan J. II. IIAUGIIM AN, ' FIRE AND STORM Representing 1 -- and Paper Hanger. Country work solicited. : Estimates furnished INSURANCE AGENT Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of .Manchester, Kn.rr.; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co, of North America. All of which are Companies. 1 would be pleased to wait ( r my friends In this line. Pol. Icies promptly usucd. Will insure against tornadoes, wind ttorras and lightning. Lightning wilYmt additional charge Office at First National Hank Stanford, first-class claus-eiattach- A. S. PRICE. tries over Severs SURGEON DF.NTIST. Store, Main street, "Unf.rd. enchantment." When another hour had elapsed the -- South-boun1 Wue-Gra- si to-da- y. North-boun- d -B- lue-Gran lamp was still emitting its perfume, but tho center tablo was no longer between Jesse'Thompson's Barber Shop, A meeting ol the tockhotdcrs of the National tho fellow and tho girl. Detroit Tribune, Hank ol llustonvillc will be held at their banking tho Stat There are "hreeof the belt llirbers hourn In llustonvilleon the second Tueday There are alto excellent lhti Hwrai run In conJanuary, 11(9, for the purpose of electing nine nection Agent lor Leiington Steam Lnumlry Hard Pushed. 111 AT- Stockholders' Meeting. 111 0 m.i i.itft - jsSSffV -- ? '" i9 . ,&i&A&&!rk pitr- - S7 TLT "'-- jTWBT rJiZZZ. ffrJi rijiJ rOAr j - ROWLAND, KY John II. Castleman. DEALER IN GROCERIES, HARDWARE, ltoots and Shoes, Cigars nnd Tobacco. OhU lltrcrsalt tor sale by the barrel. Will take cvim-tr- v produce in ctchanga for goods at market price l urn alio aurnt lor the old reliable ltmdhcad To baccos and will keep a full line of thcie goods i stocV.and all I ask of the hirichauts ot Manford and ltowland Is to give me their orders and 1 will put the goods In their houses at Factory prices. 1 haulms the public fur liberal patronage, ak a ' coutlnuouco of same, and remain your obedU'sil servant J II. HILTON, 1 57-i- J". E3I. HCILTOJSr directors U ti ti serve the ensuttii; yer. J. W. IIOCKER, Cashier VR W. 13. PENNY" IlCIltlfSt. Office South side Main stteel, in office recta vacated by Dr. L. F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. A. G Lanharx ROYAL Company, OF laVERPOOI,. Stockholders' Meeting. A meeting of the Meckholdcrs of the First Na. tioual Hank will be held at their hinklD hole In Stanford on the set nnd Itieiday In January, ivj, lor the purpoool clc llnir ti directors for the entut g year JOHN J McROlll It l"S, Si Id Cashier. insurance Wl3 POWDER Absolut! Pur RILEY -- notice or HOUSE res 'I ' , ia lira near the monument to Shakspere'a memory, which is one of the I have moved to my new Hotel .and am better finest in tho Abbey, and was erected 125 prepared than ever to accommodate the public ASVv RIGS AND HORSES GOTTFKII D TSCIIANZ. Good Livery attached and every convenience de- years after tho great poet's death. The two about tho city, ho did, even if ho did IIKNItY HILDEUKANDr, sired. Give me a call. inscription upon his monument is taken livo in tho country So I let hint go, and PM lOHNSWAIILLN, FRANK RILEV. 77 nest morning ho paid his bill without a " turnouts will leave the stable CONHADDISC1I, from The Tempest and is as follows: IOIIN KOCIIKH, ST word nnd went away. The towers, tho gorgeous pilaces, RUDOLF TRAUH, Give "About noon I to bo on that Notice to the Traveling Public. The solemn temple, the great globe itself, . .. IOIIN DISCII. J7 JOHN GRIOOISHKUC. Yea, all which It inherit, shall dissolve, floor, and a chambermaid calll mo to ......I have had A LHRKCHT STA.M And like the base fabric of a vision tako n look in his room. And what n Ottcuhelm. Lincoln Co., Ky . Dtcen.ber ti. HOUSE Leave not a wreck behind. Bight met my eyes! Tho bottom drawer Sot Just above this is tho bust of Robert of tho bureau was pulled out ns far ns At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of the best sa- Routhey. Thomas Campbell, who wrote it would come, and in it were all tho loons In the State, open day and night; a night man meets all trains. In connection with Houv "The Pleasures of Hope," has a Btatue to ruga in tho room, with n towel spread over ono end for a pillow. Evidently ho have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Stats and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs. his memory, which represents him as had tried to 6leop there, for pinned up InG. W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd gram, F.rin, Tenn , A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. standing in his academic robes of Lord on tho glass was n sarcastic littlo legond Mrs. T. W. Hraura. I. E. Proctor, C. II. Mr. and Mr. and II. Johnson, Rector, nnd a relieved figure, with a reading: Hamilton, Rowland, Mrs. P. Cox, Grecnsburtr. Rites $1 per torch, representing the triumph of imNew Haven, Jim "Gol dem yoro foldin beds! Why S. PP day. J. M. Petrcy, clerk. Give me a call mortal Hope. Not far away is a monu- don't you itinko 'em longer und put more Articles to Suit the Mast Fastidio8oiy f.W. CARRIER, Prop. kivvers onto um? Mebbe you expect a s ment to Thomas Shad well, historiographous. A complete line of er in the reign of William III. John man to stand up mid sleep in your duraed " SALE. LAND Milt an, who needs no other tablet to his old cubberd. Tho drummer laughed. Forty Acres of Land, 4 miles South of Stanford, memory than his almost inspired writ"Tho 'durnod old cubberd,' " resumed half cleared, bilance in timber, seod orchard, two ings, has a monument here directly be tho clerk, "was ono of our best ward-robnever failing springs, and a small house. low which is a figure in relief represent u. 1. mcn.uiE.ivio. folding beds." And then they both 5911 ing tho Lyric Muse holding a medallion laughed, Detroit Freo Pres. of Gray and pointing to the bust of MilC 77 A I'lirlnli. ton. Upon this monument to Gray are Tlio Court Prisoner, havo you uny these lines: V?La i H For the painlcst extraction of teeth and otler friends? No more the Grecian Muse unrivaled reigns; minor surgery. I have toted its virtue suSicieLt-lx.'a"C Tho Prisoner No, your honor. I havo To liritaln let the Nations homage pay; R. C. MOHGAN, D. D..S. to know She felt a Homer's fire in Milton's strains, contracted tho habit of giving advice to A Pindar's rapture in tha lyre of Gray. every ono I meet. Jolly old Samuel Butler has a monuTho Court No wonder you nro charged Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. ment which was erected bv the Lord with vagrancy. Ninety days. Chicago j Mayor of London in order "that he who All goods sold engraved tree of tha rge eni;i fat - was destitute of all things when alive, southdown Ituck one 1.500 pound aStf'Ynurpalroaagc repHtfully nollelted A 6prlnkl of Spire. vuarold Steer; 7 yearling Mire Mulet, t;ood col might not want a monument when Van d good Mu ics, "There's tho most imaginative man I dead." Just beneath Butler is tho tomb D. M.CRKIGHION. ever heard of." Kinfjsville, Lincoln county, Ky of Edmund Spencer, over whic.t is a MYERS HOUSE "How so?" marble shaft with an appropriate inscrip "Ho can rido in a Buffalo street car tion. Ben Jonaon lies not far away, and think he's wnrm." Buffalo Express. SALE. FARM over whoso remains there is chiseled. P. W. CREEN, Prop. I will sell privately my Ktirmot 50 Acres on the Just AHi.it IIo Wnntcil. Danville &. btauford pike, three miles Irom Stan- "O, Rare Ben Johnson!" oa the left) louisville the uhlch ford. I lis well impimed, with dwelling of hve Michael Draiton has n monument with "Snpposo ColumbuB hadn't discovered This sUble, Myers Is run n connection witswith Sssrf!;, Cua.erlind Gp llou.e, bas been supplied rooms, new barn anil ull necessary outbuildings; ".Michael Draiton, a America. Willie, would you hnvo liked also has fine spring. Call on me on the premises these words: oraddresss me at Stanford, Ky. A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, memorable poet of his age, exchanged that?" H. JiUGENJIKELLEY. "Yon bet? It would V cut jography Buggies, Wagons, his laurel for a crown of glory, Anno down Harper's Baznr. Double Dailv SckeJule, 1031." Chaucer, tho ,.li ..u,.imer's Supples and Is better than ever I will i fir v nrvt wpp n SAW MILL nn the Somerseta English Geoffrey has a beautiful father of In Ktfet Now. supply tno public witn pripaiei poetry, on Gothic, Siureptlhlo. pilce, eignt miles from Stanford, und will monument and also memorial window RICiS OF ALL, KINDS. Parker Ncsbit is uwfiilly credulous, 70,000 feet of good UjIc aim Poplar Lumber lor sale. I will sell at the most reavinable rates and to his memory, licneath tho window is 1'crsonal and prompt attention Kiento Weddings, llylD?ly it teems to me. D'ly invito all who want Lumber to gte me a call. 1'aitiea and HurlaU A r. m lT ,f. SI. l the name of the poet and these quaint JACOB HAKFLIuKR, Ottenliesm. Duston What makes you think so? 8 3a 7 lo L...Knokvilln . I W GKEKN, Proprietor. A S4S linos: Parker Why, even his" pictures Hatter AI.. IliritNS. Manager 8JJ 7 13 Si 8 6 I'lce Iro the pices, and dwell vith with faitnerc, him. Chicago Inter Oce.tn. K. A (). Junction S3o 8 j6 7 j) Ilevtrly Suffisc unto try gooJ though it be small; S 9 805 IS UTC2IER SHOP. Malcneyville on 7 l jo : 5J " f Currjton . 0 6 I oo 45 741 Not I'nr Ofr. . . .Luttrtll That tliee is sent rcceyve in busonness; t&t. 3 4 ! 7 1 Butcher Shop on The I have just opened a Tho boy who quoted in his composi'y9 8 si . I'ovrdrr hpriugs for this world aikctli a fall wrastlint; 47J 7 11 Lancaster strict, wheie I will keep at nil times loo) 31 . ,Wahburn 7 tion, "Sweat aro tho uses of adversity " The-jlines aro from one of his poems 8 43 .. Williams Springs 10 3 J", 7 was not K) I'nr out of tho way. Poverty .UV;iTIUJ ,. .' '. Air? ... . . Oakinan : IOJJ 8 5 TIECIE. : 3S called "ttalado ofGoduCounisailH." Oyer Kiver ,14U lo7 8 54 ..ClinchMountain .. I. one that can bcebtained, which I ulll sell at the mar- A brain Cowley's remains i.s a plain but and perspiration nro frequent compan... 1031 904 33 refrigerator .uUICIXl ions. Lowell Courier. ket price. I have : fine, now, large Tazewell .s 1049 9'S fir 3B expensive monument, on which he it and meats witlnlwav be kept fresh and nice i'owcll Hiver II 17 3J OO? IULIAN VtST Arthur II 39 9M a4' 5J called 'The Pindar, Horace and Virgil of Four Seasons. Numlut; tho Iluliy. II 36 I41 5 50 t0Bi&?2 11 aS 9.5 ..Arthur England " John Dryden was thought .ll Vo Eoiitrlieil tlio list from first to luu 5J8 "57 loos ., ..Hamilton Sprints To 11ml u inline appropriate by the Duke of Iiuekingham, who erect Cumberland (ap. a 18 510 "OJ 1009 To crown our curly liemlcd lxy. a t Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., ed tho menument, to need nn inscrip U07J10 13 .. ..Tunnel Junction 5 5 Vo wuntvil Eomt'tlilriK Mrc ns nnd M II Junction . l6IO a of 4 asQHstBsf UBsV!vTflsS I IS jo'lo 11 a .. .Mlddleboro. 35 tion to spread his fame, so he had cut in Miners and shippers cf the GENUINE First Leonard atruuk us lloi.llko loo -'HLV KVKVrBHraVsawVHU A mime; nliu! anil when the marble, "J. Dryden, born 10152, died Tho ow uer reaches Hum's cstnti'. NOKTH HOUND. Mayl, 1700." Sir William Davenaut, He'll thuncUr low n old tlmo as Iaii. Leave Cumberland ,Oap, I...L N'... ... 10 oa p m Try It. We are tho sole agents for .Stanford land- who was a boy in Shaktiiere's time, iriiii jo p m has Phllnniler tmubled us nw Idle Rowland. Office corner ot Depot, street and rail" I.ivirii.toii " ... ...11 30 a in For nmn should no his folio win.wi: a tablet to his moinory ns a poet lau" Winchester " roje.oa..nE. 3 43 a in WATTS. IIIGG1SS Hut 'Us to easy to bclieail " l.eiinKtou r ," .. reate. J jo a in To common Phil, wo never can. ' ' Paris ... a in 4 " ,., .... 7 ,30 1 in Near Dryden's tomb lies Francis Now lloclctio Is rich In fame. I.oui.vllle Arrive o " ... ...... 7 70 a m " Cincinnati Wo will: wo won't. Twill notcrdo without n monument or an inSOl)TH IIOUITD. To placo our boy beneath tlio lian scription to his momory. Such is fame Of common Hod his lifu ull tlirouu'l". Leave Cincinnati L. N. 7 30 p m " I.ouisvillu ..... 8 4 j p m and euch tho ingratitude of Nations toAcliarinlnu jiutno wiui Iincelot Arrive Paris 10 jo p m wards their men of genius and of worth. Or Valentine, Ausubtus, all; Lexington STANFORD, KY m ...n 15 p m Hut Lanco rnil Vnl and Gus aro not " Wincnester ......1 10 p In the south aisle, away from all this ' ... . LiviiKlon Tlio mini wu wanted foll to ba 1. ns 45 " t'orbin ...... 3 30 a m "goodie companie," is a monument to Then Constantino nnd Bertram liono. Cumberland Cap ,...- -. 5 15 a m Hut Con nnd Hert sve didn't like. William Wordsworth, the predecessor of Anil Sol is cany cut from Usui; MORELAND, Pullman Palace Car Kuoxville to Cincinnati It Homed a nnmo wo'd nuvvr strike. refurnished, is now iennyson, as poet laureate. America's rIThis Hotel, renovated and conduct it so as to Dealer in the above. without chance. gifted Longfellow has a bust in Poets' in niy charge and I intend to My wlfo perused tho novels strong, but to add North und not only maintain its high reputation, accommoda-ti- Corner, Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Connections made with all trains Cinciliiiiiti. lillo aut.ls and cousins entered In at Grand Central depot, which gazes complacently down to Its long list ol fi lends. Special fine Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. and rooms.for upon tickets on rale at Cily Ticket otlico Through The list with names that should belons; for commercial traveler all this assembly of mighty men of Persons having any of tho above described stock nSGuy street and Depot Ticket ollicefoot West Of court e each claim could never win. the dtsploy of samples. for sale or wishlnj tu purchase same, will do well Main street, Knoxville. letters, Tlio baby grew ami found his tongue. to call on or- address me An experience as F. B. RILEY.'Proprletor, thought so ouce, but now I know it. Nicholas Howe, who was poet laureatu 1 171-1- London, - Kentucky. MANAGKRS, Notice is hereby K'vm tuat wr, the undersign-d- , A ilr, hac agrcitl tu lorm a chartu aLhapter thinlcs I n:n another Nancy Ilnnlcs?' eligious corporation pulsuaut s, and Gonruicrce Building, is an enduieiiKof the llrncrnl Statutes nf KenJubileo Life. Agents throughout the South, tucky Said corporation shall bear the name and be known as the Kv.mgclical Kpiormnl Saint Congregation atOttcnhrim, l.iccoln CounJohn's How Ho SlcpU ty, Kentucky. It principal placa of transacting Tho hotel clerk wns talking to tho butnett shall bo at Otttenhrim, in Lincoln CounLocal n ty, Kentucky. The general nature of the drummer. to be transacted is to provide the members STANFORD. KV "You seo a good tunny funny things with thvprraching of the Holy tlotpel and all otli- grace, in your travels," ho said, "and occasion- tr in tain ol corporitionthere snail be no ra pita I shall commence in exstock. Trie ally I 6C0 ono or two und stay at home. igence on the first day of February, 1841, and l.M. BRUCK J. ll.YKARUK ending January tt, iqi. Day before yesterday wo had n country shall enst for so sears, The othcers of the congregation shall be two el dudo stopping with us over night. Ho ders and two deacons, who together ahull form had on store clothes nnd 11 blue necktie, tho board ol trustees, their telm of olhce shall shall be two jears and and what ho didn't know wasn't wortn in the annual central the rlectlon the first be held meeting on Sunday and 'I knowing. When ho started up to his In January. The Mnount of indebtedness shall at o ino ocoa cat raou lac corpo room at tllght I 1, hllll there WHS Hi no lime escccu not m.luding debts contraMe.1 for rate property, KY. STANFOttD, folding bed in it, mid if ho Wished tho j ,,,s !"' J vhn buiMiriRa arei la progress of erec- tion, tho pmate property of members shall oe The above firm went if" fTect July itt and bell boy would show him how it worked exempt Irom corporate urnn. asks a the patrunsge of I he But not much; ho didn't want to bo -- blic. J".N J L'H.R, Secretary, r Kt.it s.ir.r. shown anything. Ho knew n thing or HKIDCNIIRAND. fTsriT mm. BARBEE&CASTLEMAiN Louhville 19 Cm MONUMENTS Of.all kinds, "I wonder if that master of mine Made and 3 t Up in All Partsjor t. the Country. & No Agculscniplv)rd W. ADAMS 1N0. 41 Hroadway, Lenngton, Ky. SON, butt-tics- W. A. TRIBBLE, Aoat, 1TOTICE. ajain.tj M, Phillips rre created before lh td dy of Fcluua . "tllpresent them lo me btfore Dteem-be- r 'Tt 5th, itef, property prnsen. M. C. SAUFLKY, All hlli peitom having claims I1KUCE V YEAGER, jt r .!v:;,t, : ::d Trustee J. M. Phllllfs. r c sals stable n srava,)K t ..:?. '' STHiSLtTBccCO., .. I'kACrilAL ... Plumbers and Stnam Fittor?, Dealsrs In all kiadt of Iron and llrats ('.nodi lot stesm and water. Sanitary tloods of all klml. All wots Euarsateed a(sinstt defective material and . cloud-cappe- d Iinp-cnc- d THE SHEETON ? tlicin a Call. urkmuliip j PI-'I.- ? J Orchard, Lawn, Garden. low. We have no agents and our profits cease here theirs bjln l.tnenl aud Strawberry Cat. nlocue on applKatl-.to Immenit ttoek ef Fruit and Ornamental Trees, mill fnnts, Shrubs, Vines and Hants. I'riees BANKS THE JEWELER, IP J' II. V HII.LENMKVKK, Lesington, Ky. Two Unusually Qood Offers. KKAI. CIIIIISTMAS OIFTS. FOR 56pagesJof that btlchleil of usrtcrly,publlca- rirtt-- lh Holiday Number (enlarsed to - o Watches, Clocks DZEHSTTO. FOR SAMS. corn-le- -- y Jewelry 11 31 "TALES FROM TOWN TOPICS," OiH December isl, all and book stands and raHay trains, pricDjotenU, will be scut mi To all who send ti PEEE three fur 1IUU 1U months' trial subicrlp- - fjmJ t?a Thelsrscil, ra'ir.t, stronce!, most sarted and nteitainiiif wccVly journal tu the world. Second To all ho will solid Jj will be sent "Tales from Town Topics" frum date until January 1, 1B44. covrun, e Nos of the Inimitable qusrtetly (regular price i jn) and 14 months of the greatest ol family w kliei, reirular price S per year Take one or the other offer at once, and remit in inntsl notes, orders or New York Kschanze 'I OWN TOPICS. to l West )d Street, New York 71 1 own Tor.lt s and TOWN '1'OIMCy. And SILVERWARE. -- 1 iNews-Kecor- d d, 4- FOR JCXTTER yr STABLE GOOD PAY ! FOR GOOD WORK ! !., , well-know- n I R. For LatiLU'-- s or Gentlemen ! one-half- ." tt LuMDl "W j T"V T" $5 to S500 Cash! According to results accomplished; in tiddilion to n liberal commliou of twenty per cent. Alio li- -c I 11 Klft-j'-OLi- 3a-n- n M A NEW GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS. first-clas- s BEST MEATS e mW f '4 . . 4 1 -- O 'ivKm, WF I . . . . .... VkWP Impossibilities or Uncertain tins. Every thing Farf Honor-alilPlain ami Positive. No Seo progrniimio in the I p, . OrijjJnal Jellico Coal. "i si Li 1 ilMljj &a5-An Enquirer -- of our Fourth Annual Contest among Agents for largest clubs. Agency for tho Weekly Enquihi: is a profitable bufcinets. It is tho best tcliool in tho world toprcparo ono for a business contact with tho public, ti Btcppiiig-etonto business o Heau-ino- f!llViillItssaitSSL'--- ut THE GOFFEY HOUSE A-- JOSEPH COFFEY,fPro'r. 1 1 ! qualification aiid future prosperity. WILLIAM Wo want good Agcnta to solicit for subscriptions. Tho inducements are o North-we- it extra good. ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. A First-Cla- ss Saloon) - Art BILLIARD and POOL ROOMStahed.j mill tit Franklin, O. A firm of Death-Clu- tch runsa Hour And net our fancies lo his will. And jelled one nlcht, with boyish din, 'Coino off the roof and cull ma Hllll" Uarpcr'a I)az.-u-. of fifteen years in this business has been of profit to me and I think I can make It profitable both to the buyer and seller. '. O address Slsnford, Ky. 100 Office at the Myers House. - For any Information to loutci, rstei, ctc.ap- - P X I V. A. 11I.V, Actins Gen'll'i" Ant.. HKNRV A. SMITH, City Tlcku Agl, Knosville, Tenu .'. ., d Ai .