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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893012001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weeklvol. XX. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. y Interior Journal. STANFORD, m KYM FRIDAY. JANUARY 20. 1893. NO. 93 l& it 1.1 mw1 ' vote without letting any one know how tnnir frntn lifn tnnrtx WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. or for whom he votes. This law, howev- chain and said to Mr. Sillimsn, "Here, Capt. Ed Arthur, who baa been Mr. Holdinan Grow, of Camp Nel- er, virtually strikes at the root of the for God's nake take tills and say nothing again. son, died Sunday, aged 70. ballot and compels voters to show their about it, for the Bako of my people." Mr. quite sick for some weeks, is out The trial of the parties indicted for The music class of Garrard College bands even in advance of the election Silliman did not tako the watch, hut being in a mob hero ono month ago is will give a recital at tho College chapel by signing their names to petitions in took his man and brought him before Having lost nearly all my stock by recent fire, I have just reopen- evening. Momlajr which their choice is made known. Judge Alex Anderson, who in default of set for Friday. ed at old stand with The democrats of this section are for T. 0. Gulloy bought of Burton &Co. What is to become of the old Common- $500 bond, committed him to jail to s McCreary for the U. S. fenato first, last 50 head of ahoata at Cc and of other wealth under th "crazy quilt" constitu- await tho action of the grand jury, now 103 at same price. tion remains to be seen in tho ages to in session. From letters found in his and all tho time. Tho Baptist church has secured the J. Mort Ilothwell, Ksq., authorixea come. possession it seems prolmble that the ua to say that he will not be a candidate prisoner's name is H. A. Marion, of services of Kev. W. J, Johnson'tbe pres- And Chemicals, Latest Toilet Articles, School Supplies, Stationery DANVILLE. for Congress in cane of a vacancy in thin Jackson Mich. When he found ho had ent pastor, for this year. drug store I shall be pleasand everything to be found in a first-clasMr. W. W. Smiley has been confinD. R. Clark, of Jackson, Ky.,'was district. to go to jail he accepted the situation as ed to see all my old custmers and as many new ones as will favor me, -- A deputy ahoriir from Boyle county ed to his bed for two', weeks with some- though he was used here last week. Mr. J. K. Watkins ws to it. Assuring them summoned about 50 of our citizens to thing like grip. Mr. George Hyden, a theblogicil stu- admitted to the bar here last week. to be exaiuin-eMrs. G. H. Spnaru has returned from The county court met Monday to appear at DanvIISfi dent from Eastern Kentucky, has been aa jurora. It was ainnaiiiK to hear Marion county, where she was called a making speeches and receive the sheriff's delinquent list, hut prayers at the adfew daya o by the death of her broth trying to beg off. ome of th-Young Men's Christian Association he was not ready to report and they winter, er, Mr. 0. U. Garlin. journed to meet again in March. Winter lingers in the lap of meetings here that are very displeasing Chief of Police Sillimau received a to a majority of Len Tye, the negro accused of the and evsn tho birds hare betaken them-elvNew Block Opposite Court House, Stanford, Ky. tho members of tho asmurder of Mitt Bryant, is back here in to warmer climates. May God telegram Thursday morning from Geo. sociation and to people outside tho orpity the poor, while those who opprw-- V. D.ivis, of tho Jackson, Mich., peni ganization, who have been jail. The feeling has subsided and the criticised by clearly them are turned over to the tender mer tentiary, which demonstrates him. He said in effect that there was commonwealth wanted him here to tes tify before the grand jurv. cies of One Whoso eyo la never cloned in that D. II. Preble, mentioned below, is too much of the "stuck-unfeature in Sunday niuht iw the coldest we dumber, or ilia ear deaf to tho crlea of mi escaped convict from the Michigan Danville religion; that there was monpenitentiary. Monday morn-Jnhave had, 10 b"lo-the unfortunate. strous little in it, save a struggle for so''own Marshal Win. S. Tuttle and cial and business Carson and Grace Marker uih The ice is about 8 inches on tho advantages; that while visiting Mrs. JoeCnrr. Mrs. Will Hutch-inK- Railroad Detective Koht. Hughes brought something like cocial equality between river and evtrv one tint has an ice 11. Archie Washington and John Smith, has returned to Stanford. Mr. people of the same degree of worth and house has taken advantage of tho cold both adored, from Junction City, Wed A. B. Marksbury is In Danville on good oonavior is conceded to lie a possi- weather. Miss Delia Hughes 1ms returned nesday to answer a chance of coal nteal bility when all get to Walter Mason was at London SatHeaven, It it not fmni Markaburr. Vlritil Kice, of MnrkH- - iug. Unable to give bond In the Him of the fashion in this part of the mundane urday on legal business. Among the I have fully decided to go out of the Clothing business and to make bury, was in town Tuesday. Mr. Homer fr)l) each, both wero committed to jail to sphere. He charted that the prenchets visiting attorneys at circuit court are It. room for other goods L. Kwell, James fJparks, C. It. ltaughman, of Danville, visited hla niece. await the action of the grand jury. were too much influenced by "society" Itoyd, K. In the circuit court this week the Brock, Ixmdon; Col. John Dishmau, Bar. Miai Nannie Sweeney, this week. Mum ami didn't "lam it" to their congrega-tia- ns Mattie Brown has returned from n visit prosecutions against Katu Leo and othoftentimes when they knew their bourville; J. J. Muns, Jackshoro, Tenn. ; (a month ul Middlesboro. Mr. Ligt ers charged with arson were continued coiiurrg.ilious deserved it. He said maPhillips, Lebanon, and Will Morwith onters of arrest for John Hoard and ny other things of Selvidgc, n former resident of Unca-uerrow, of Somerset. Circuit Clerk A. B. a similar character, but now of ChattanooiM, is hero visiting other prosecuting witnesses. John Con-le- much of which was unjust and totally Brown, of Loclon, was down Monday Harcharged with shooting fat hogi be- uuiMlleil for. relative and friend. Mlsi .Vanniu At a Wednesday night And-- Johnson, of London, is here this You cannot afford to miss this chance to prepare for cold weather. ris bus returned from Cmb Orchard, longing to George 11. Davis, was tried by meeting at the Opera House he talked week attending court This is no clearing out sale to fill up again with the same line of goods a jury and acquitted. The case aguintt so lorn: and so Circuit court is now in session and but whero she haa been vititing relatives. extravagantly thnt someThe opposition that bos developed Kugeiio Owuitti, charged with the mur- thing like force was used to silence him. Judge Morrow is pushing business as in the House of KepresontativeH to tho der of Uano Blevins, was continued; Jan. Those who know best siy that personal- rapidly as possible. Wesley Woods one passage of a bill increawiug the- pensions II. Pope, malicious cutting, continued; ly Mr. Hyden has had no reason to com- year to the penitentiary for stealing money; James Mcl'heraon ono year for ol the Mexican veteinns from .S to $12 n 1' rank turnover, ctiargotl witli sutlenng plain of hid treatment during his gaming in his room, was tried by n jury month, is n pitiful piece of narrow-minde-- This is a- in Danville; that the gentlemen false swearing and David McFarland two sectionalism thnt relied1 no credit up and acquitted; Walter Muaux and Dud whom ho criticised most have been kind years for killing Davis Hash, hllen .Mc on those who are endeavoring to defeat Conover, charged with gaming, were and sympathetic jn their treatment of Farland is now on trial for same offense. it. Most of the troops were from Wio dismissed by the court on the plea of him. It is thought by some that his Tho Harlan county cases wero passed South, hut what of chat? They wero former conviction in the police court. mind bus became disordered. Anyway, until next Weduesday. Several misdegood ones, and notoniy risked their Uvea Mr. Owsley, tho prosecuting attorney, he will leave the Seminary to return no meanor cases have been tried, but little or no civil business has been done. in upholding the honor of their coun will take these cases to the Court of Ap- more. Very Respectfully, try, but added enough territory to the peals. Joe Veal, crapj, continued; John MIDDLEBURG. LONDON. LAUREL D0UNTY. Nntional domain to make five, or six White, who had buuu indicted last Sept. States, all of which wore flllo.1 with pre- for gaming and summoned to appear at Rabbit hunting is the only occupaIs this going to last always? the "next Februrry term" to answer the cious metals. One of the candidates for postmaster tion engaged in here since the "old winThe iicsrs romea that Col. Daniel S. charge, failed to "take notice" of the uc'. has been circulating a petition ter" put in its appearance. Lamont is to bo the new secretary of pa.sHl since the Numinous was issued, V. II. Coleman has entered scheolat EucIoed find remittance from Depwar. The colonel's numerous attacks fixing the present term, and was not in uty Sheriff Sam Warnack, wiio is a good Janie Wash Institute, instead of going upon tenderloin steaks. and his many court Tuesday, when a jury fined him man nnd a splendid to Lexington, as he that intended. ollicer. victories achieved in the bivalve war J.10 in one and 1103 in another case. He E. E. Kv iKty hnviiiK declined the H. Mitrlciw tins bought out V. BeJ. (loubtlehs til turn admiranly tor ttio port-- nays he did not know ho was required ring and will move out of tho Catching deputy sheriffship under James Branfolio of war. By donning the regiment- to answer before February and wants a son, Wig Dye has been appointed and block into the Boreing store. ils ho Is supposed to have worn in the lww i.nai, which will probably be John Meece, a peddler of this place, lias entered upon the duties of the ofwar, and putting on his 0d. Tno prosecutions sgiinst Kichard was struck by a freight train at Pitts- fice. paint and feathers, he may succeed in I locker, white, and Doc Coulter, colored, burgh and was seriouuly Charles M. McWhorter gave a can-d- v injured Wedeclipsing tho record of that other diitin. small boys from Junction City, charged nullimr at his house, some two miles nesday. Our Carpets for the guished soldier, Stephen Bustomento with house breaking, were tiled away; "Cap" Taylor, a and above town, Saturday night, that was Klkins. whose chief qualification for thu Fount Keiser, for asxsult, was fined $15 aged somo dozen or more young man, I am informed to day, froze to enjoyed by war portfolio seem to have been, his ex- and costs; tho trial of George Word, of deatli in the eastern portion of the coun- folks. at Clay county, charged with killing Geo. traordinary ability as a whooper-uBorn, tb the wife of Win. Cloyd, on ty tliis week. Wells, has been sot for Thursday before political conventions. Old man Bender and son nud Peter tho 4th inst.. a boy. Also on the same Mr. Halford, the president's private a jury summoned from Garrard county. Baxter were badly mashed up in ono of day to tho wife of George Dayis a girl. Arosecretary, is a native born Englishman, II. II. Perkins and Thos. Douglass have Pittsburg mines last week. A hoy by Bill and George are said to be doing as is Mr. Porter, tho commissioner been appointed deputy sheriffs. and so name of Gilbert ha an arm broken well as could bo expected under the cirThursday a decently dressed young the who took the lato census. It Is reported in au elevator shaft of the Pitman mine. cumstances. that Mr. Halford is to be rewarded at man about ,) or Ho years of age, whose The train on the C. A G. is on its the close of his term by an appointment voice indicated Irish birth, dropped into Miss Delia E. Wasson, of Versailles, pegs again and is making daily trips to in tho regular army. As the Farmers National Bank of this place as a has been granted a patent for an im- Kingsville, continuing to do so, I prewho "tit" in the lato war and intimating that he was a commer"comrades' proved fastening for the front of dress sume, until another trestle succumbs to are scarce, probably it is all right to let cial traveler, siid ho would like to draw-o- waists, which she invented recently. the inevitable and the whole thing is the First National IUnk of Detroit, an Englishman who does not know the It is thought at Washington that launched into obscurity, which may ocAnd we are difference between a cannon anil a bee Mich., for a small amount for traveling should Co n gross tako action favorable to cur any day. greenbacks to the expenses. Cashier J. II. Eiigletnau told gum, parcel out tho The Baptist church has at laBt the opening of the World'; Fair on Sunsoldiers of the Nation. Tlio appoint him he would ho glad to accommodate day tho president would veto the measa pastor. Rev. Viues, of tho Thement of Mr. Porter is one of the won him and suggested that he (Fugleman) ure. ological Seminary at Louisville lias ac ders nut easily noiuiintod for, oxcopt up telegraph to tho Detroit bank for authorRugs.! Also a New Line The club house of the Calumet Club cepted a call made upon him some time on tho hypothesis that in sixtytlvo mil- ity to pay the money. The young man, of Chicago, destroyed by fire. The ago. He proached hero on tho 2d Sunwa? lions of people there wai no native born who said hi name was D. II. Preble, an- loss is placed at $300,000, with an insur- day and tho congregation seems well to fill the place. It swered that ho had already telegraphed American qualified ance of $'.'03,000. Kitty McCabe, a ser pleased with him. He will locate here on tho and was momentarily expecting an an w,aft George Washington who, vant girl, is missing, and It. II. Redlleld, at the close of the present term of his night before a decisive battle issued tho swer. He came in once again and said clerk of tho club, died of excitement school. order to "put none but Americana on he had received no reply and seemed by the tire. but there are unfortu- much worried, as he said he wanted to caused HUBBLE. guard Poindexter Bush, of Ml. Sterling, : : nately no Washingtons in this age. leave on an uvening train. Something aged 11, playfully pointed a pistol, which G. A. Swinebroad sold his largo eor-lPope of Rome is eald to be near a quarter to I o'clock he aaiu The he did not think was loaded, at his fos inula for $150 and his bay family alarmed at the prospect of a split in his came in and carelessly remarking, "It Masonic lias couio at last," presented a telegram, ter sister, Mis Belle Rotic.'who remark- horse for about Sl-- to Dick Gentry, of adherents In America. Tho ed, "You can't hit anything." He pull- Boyle. Homo Journal, published at Louisville, ") of which tiio following is a true copy, ed the trigger and the young lady fell Mr. Joo Swope'a sale, which comes contains a letter from Bro. Green Clav verbatim ot literatim: dead, with a bullet through her brain. ofl Jan. 'JO, promises to he one of great addressed to the Pope in reuanl 17, sunt by P. S , received by Smith, Number A head-en- d collision of a Hpecial interest, as all classes of property wi'l be to his opposition to Masonry. His ex- G. T. 10 paid. The Largest Stock Received at Danville 3.30 r.M., Jan. IS' passenger train and a light eugiuuou the sold on that day. are cellency is told that his utterances 1S1KI. Rev. W. E. Arnold had nerve enough N. in the Milldale yards resulted in L. those of a foolish man, and lie doesn't Dated Detroit, Mich.. To D. talking about. After A. Preble, Danville, Ky. Draw on me tho serious injury of two men, the pain- to face tho wind on Sunday morning to know what ho is ondelivering quite a lecture to tho Pope, for what you need; will pay. Fred J. ful wounding of two others,, and the come to his appointment, but found In town. Prices lower than ever before given in this place. Come a small audience. narti.il destruction oflboth encines. The ly he concludes by saying: "A word to Clarke, Cashier First National Bank. and sec me and I will convince you that the above is true. Don't J. C. Eubauks has returned for a Norton were on Mr. Engleman thought this looked remains of There is no date tho wie Is I for all the best Farming Implements, Oliver short time from Illinois. He reports a forget that am agent wheth- liko business, ho he tilled out a custom- the train. to this letter ami it is not known Plows, Dick's Feed Cutters, Studebaker Wagons and everything else as Mr. Preble (?) beIn a letter to fctho Bourbon News, very cold winter there nnd the wheat er or not it has beeu received by tho er's draft for talk-iu- g worth using on the farm. of the Church at Rome; or if lieved that amount would tide him over Mr. 11. Hillonmyer, tho Lexington nurs- ground all dusty. .Tessa Svvopa is great head obserof rem lining with us this year. received, what Impression it made upon his financial distress, and charged to ac- eryman, says that he thinks; the of First National Bank of Detroit J. B. VauCleave, of Missouri, is hero vations of 10 and 'JO below zero must bo his holiness. It may, perhaps, result in count D. II. Preble (7) signed it, received the incorrect, as he finds."tho peach crop looking up a cir load of jacks. Sheep counthe convocation of an "ecumenical .This space will be occupied by. suffering great loss in lambs ou cil," or something of that sort, to deter- money and smilingly departed. After entirely uninjured, and it is well known men are B. W. that tho peach can endureonly RJ to 14 account of the cold weather. mine what steps are proper to bo taken he had been g')iie8)mo tune Mr. Engleof so much importance to man again looked at the. telegram and below. In this connection it may be Gaines bus lost some sheep from founin a matter then the suspicion seemed to strike him added that in my experienco of nearly der on corn. Church nnd State. bo a free coun- for tho first time 'that the handwriting 50 years the peach crop of Kentucky has This is supposed to The figures for Jan. lo, 1S9J, go into try, whero every man. possessing tho did not look exactly like that of Mr. never been winter killed after Jan. lo. tho local weather bureau book: Maxiconstitutional qualifications can stand R. G, Harbison, the Danville telegraph If tho analogies of tho past enable us to mum, 7;5, minimum 10.5 mean 1 0. Jin 1S93, who hereby extends hisjthanks to the He at onco went to Mr. Har- forecast correctly tho future, we may for otllce, and yet under the election law operator. 1SS1, the figures are: Maxiof 1803 will For Jan. 5, passed by tho present Legislature, no bison, who told him ho knew nothing safely iufer that the harvest mum 1.0, minimum 19.5, mean 10.0. on a t whatever about it, and then thoroughly be abundant onea. especially of grass, placed mail can havo his name It is to be hoped that any further pneumaof Po- meadows and fruit." without boing nominated by somo alarmed, Mr. E. hunted up Ohiil tic-tired, eflorts to beat political party, or securing the names of lice Silliman, gave him a description of BucIclln'B Arnica Balve. the record of 1SS1 will nov bo abandonIds man and requested his arrest. Mr. to a The bin We in the world lor cuts, bruise a certain number of legal voters chip- ed for at least another nine years. Loualt rheum, fever For their liberal patronage in the past, and wishes to say to them asking that his name bo printed Silliman went to the depot and there torei, ulceri,chilblain, corn joret, letter, crup and all kia ped hands, individual pacing the tloai aud positively cures piUi, or no pay requir- isville Times. ballot was the sought-fo- r 1 he will sell goods for CASH only and on tho same. Tho object of tho Kornell Loth, for wife murder, was that on and after January st ed. It it iruaranteed lo Kivw perfect latuUctioa presumed to ho for tho protection of platform impatiently awaiting the north- or money refunded. Pic S cent per bo. electiocuted in New York. any one. was will defy the competition of cast, bis bound train. When arrested Hie fellow For tale by A. R. Pennr. SUnlord, Ky. the voter, and to enable him to .! NEW DRUG STORE. par-tie- NEW GOODS, FRESH DRUGS, s to-da- y d Prompt Attention and Lowest Prices. W. B. MoROBERTS, m ea " v u. H Glottapist Gol huoi-ne- THIS STOCK MUST BE SOLD! , y, V XI i! I - I MEAN WHAT I SAY, n d I CLOSSNC OUT SALE W. H. HIGGINS. DO YOU NEED - grant-revolutiona- ry A CARPET? SPRING i i -- feeble-minde- d p SEASON 1 -'- piy-mast- n showing some BAIOT, of BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS. el NEW STORE ROOM, 2sTE3"W" H STOCK, And New Outfit Complete. HARDWARE AND GROCERIES suilU-ient.- " nt s-'- O, J. K. VanABSDALE. -- SBJSKES FMY1S bal-lo- kite-shape- d Good People ofHustonville pa-tltin- n .$Y J fjR N-- U5" Jfl r " ' Sewi-Week- ly Interior Jouknrl Ky.. .January 20, 1893 STANFORD, W. P. WALTON. SIX : PAGES. ZEVEKY It give ?3XX.A."5r- us plcaBiire to reproduce ami life endonte this estimate placed on the of our excellent Congressnd services man by the Louisville Times, whose the over-estimatio- n S L to brilWhile never laying nny claims Bennett McCreary has liancy, James shown himself one of thebest K,f ...!ii lUt" '"" KVntnckv- has ever givllUmj off the en the public service. Ho earned of his class at the highest honors law school; ca.na out of the record; mr with an excellent military farmer and was a successful lawyer, speaker of planter; was for two terms of Representatives, Kentucky's House of his without a single appeal from one mode years a decisions; was for four eight aoyernor of the State; has been for laborous, creative years one of tho most and and nseful members of Congress, returned from the Worlds has but just Monetary Congress, where h displayed could ability equal to the best. There Sen-atelection to the bo no mistake in the as Mr. Mcof a man so tried and true of Creary. Next to Mr. Carlisle he, share of possesses tho largest as Mr. Cleveland's confidence, aa well largest ehare of th confidence of the KeutuckianB. IIayks died suddenly midnight at his home at Fremont, 0., at Tuesday of paralysis of the heart, after a 1S'I2 and short illness. Ho was' born la yeare he served his during his life of 71 country well and in many capacities. Ho entered the army as major and came out promot-ea brigadier general, having been tho battle to the latter for gallantry at servof Cedar Creek. After tho war bo Congressman, wa8 three ed tvvo terms as detimes elected governor of Ohio, ouco feating Allen G.Tliurinau and the last was time "Rise Up" Billy Allen. He for president m nominated by his party elect1S76 and although Mr. Til Jon was appointed by Congress ed, a cuiniiiibsion decided by a party vote to seat him. He accepted tho oilicoand made a fairly con As eervativo and acceptable president. greatest fraud ever a beneficiary of the perpetrated on a free people he was not regarded, however, in the highest light and when ho letired fiom office he sunk almost into obscurity. Hia death leaves Mr. Cleveland the only living of the abilities of a public man; Gsokcia has produced a number of freaks, including Sam Jones and tho electric girl, and now she waltzes to tho front with the story that Miss Clara has :i hen that has laid two large eggs a day for four years and each egg has two yolks iu it. We might speak of this aa an hut Bro. Boll, of the Georgetown Times, has a patent right on that sort of punning. II. White, who, ve believe, is a Kentuckian by birth, was elected to tho U. S. Senate by the California Legis lature Wednesday. Ono populist chnrg-e- d nnother tiith having sold his vote to White and was promptly denounced as a liar. Confusion was worse confounded for a season, but peace was finally restored and tho vote announced nmid cheers from the democrats. 13d-war- ds y St-mi- ks " NEWSY NOTES. Leban-on.Tenn- ., e ken-tnckian- s, v - 8 f r1 V V M coal lands at Skaggs Creek with a view to building a branch road from near this point. A YS, A. A large brick store house, of by and ollicea nbove, is being talked a builder at this placo. Such a building would pay. -- Miss Lucy Webb, of Clarksville, has Butcher, of Crab Orcharc', tho reputation of being the most fickle Charles ... - IMVI1 wuu had ;i mule killed by some one a Kirl in rr......aai.a wo,j flvi, different lovers and timo since, says no trace has been nm, lo short J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. found of tho scoundrel. fill0 discarded them on the Jy 1mtfl ), -- Mr. J. E. Turner has been appoint-- ; 1893. ed agent at Livingston and took charge MjKiI'ir io litrit irr. Mmu i.ir liMliti" itr ' rvt Full corpK.fC ! ji.1 No CRAB ORCHARD. nn the loth. The egent tit tins poini n pp i.ali.u ! if' iiUri fmnl-hc- J An. KcJicnl boartlln; department CUloict went down Saturday ami made tho Siler"T Foley brought two Mesars. transfer. The ieo blockade has run up the at Livingston car loads of cattle from Mlllamsuur Day Operator Merimee price of oysters at Baltimore to $1.20 per has gained the reputation of being the part of thorn work cattle -- The firm of Pettus v Beu.ley have bushel tho highest ever known in that best posted man on the divion, exceptof whona-bout- s moveil their drugs into the store room city. ing tho dispatchers, as to the which the p'lftMr. John Kdmiston in child of Mts. Nan-- n! The of trains at all ti Jies during Iub Hicks, of Richmond, caught fire houia of service. Mr. Gnrnett, nigiit op- - ofiicB is kept. Dta'tr I- nUoldam & James began mashing on to while playing, and was burned eretor, is tho fastest sender on tho line. Wednesday and will nuiko about SO0 death. Mr. F. Krueger. our lima man, has iu .r .....w this Koasoii and will . Mr. Kenna was the fourth Senator " oitablished a splendid trade in his line. imnvn their capacity beloro anomer Congress to die, tho others in increase of the 32d The reputation of his product for being season. line bciug Messrs. Plumb, Barbour and first-ch. in quality as well as best coopAnd Grandma Slaviu is quite sick at Hit-iGibson. barreled, has spread right ....,. .if l,or ilsnL'hter. Mrs. C. A. Redd, erage, when Iu tho New York Legislature Ed- along. He is now shipping to Richi . she being so old that the cold ueiUher ward Murphy, Jr., was elected United mond, Nicholasville, Lexington, trying on her. Our doctor of 715 to o3 for Stanford, Corbin and internwii-at- e very Cassius M. Clay, Jr., has withdrawn States Senator by a vote tho home, Hiscock. lew nirkntM than nstia', owing to from the senatorial race and gone points. A larger plant will be erectcold, dry weather. An autopsy on the body of the latu ..!fi.,.i M.ot im w i.i not in it. It is said ed earlv in the spring. J. W. James is in Cincinnati 011 ImiButler showed that his brain weigh-- . will bathe beneficicolorod, that Judge Lindsay Uncle Walker .JCewcomb, . .!... .I.. uif Ti tates. Mr. Angunt Koohler and wife, ary of the few votes he controlled. Gov. ed lour ounces more man mui died: Monday morning of heart disease. who have been hero on a visit, returned McCreary has arrived at Frankfort ami Webster. Ho bad been Eick for eomo weeks. Ho on d Geo. Wells shot and instantly killed of to their homo in Brown wood, Iexas, making his usual dignified , is was a prominent and inlluential man of Harber, canvass. Mr. Stone has his father, Ban Wells, in Marion, be- his race and had followed the trade of Tuesday. Mr.S. H. straight-forwarhis homo MonbeTexai, returned to cause he asked Jiim not tc kill a neigh- blacksmith for more than 40 yeaw, from not yet put in an appearance and it in the McCreary, Brown bor's dog Ho day, after visiting his brother gins to look now like ho laid up a small fortune. neighborhood. ther- which Preaehersville This boats us. In Hungary the and Limkuy will he tho only entries. In was respected by white hiuI black ami he hiixIouh to n, zetho contest will be uhnrt, sharp mometer registered 52 degrees below the mountains hear'froint.,iiii.r hcems to this event was known throughout his correspondents, but If any will walk ro; in Russia G!) degrees below and in Si. and decisive, and McCrcury not...l deer hunter iu days gone by. more of them have anything to off with the prii. At least it appears beria 70 below. Burial Tuesday afternoon, when a laro weather, they are Now York, Boston and Louisvillo than snow an J cold that way to a man viewing tho situation crowd was present to pay their last rehead of Crab Orchard. I think the with his wish father capitalists will soon begin running a di.s- - spects to "Uncle Walk." from up a tree and here is suowe.l under or frotilley with a capacity of (00 barrels of to tho thought. letter from our respected friei.d, try zen, and "Occasional" will have to the vile stuff' a day. Mr. W. T. Knott, an old railroad man of who of the place. up the good name Tub rapidity with which those The fleeces of ten goats and the work r informs us that he is enjoying and keep vv u-- itindiAiinn has a nour desi.u wnrk of soveral men for half a year are took part in the struggle, which was building. fair health. He made the transfer atour tined to prove tho "Lost Cause," are required to make a genuine cashmere railroad office to your scribe on August ishing fiehool at the college when we con- shawl has been quite ill for passing awav, is realized engaged in the Mies Leah Steger li yards wide, 1, 1877, and was actively Mr. James Fish and sider that during 1892, 20 Confederate u me men A colored ghoul named George Marai an .1 ...,.. ..dis-- wnrk i fW the past Jew days will move to California after their over tho river to rest lowe, of Washington, D. C, baa confess- service. Ul family geneials crossed gaged on this line at that time, we can occurs on the lth of Februwith Jackton under the shade of the ed that dining last year he resurrected remaining, probably not sale, which find but few of will trees. A few more jears and there and told 310 subjects. dej ary. Mr. and Mrs. Mayfield, more than a half do.u i' all the and Mrs. R of 'the fieic and Mr. be nono left to tell the tala A freight train ran into n big slei gh partuientH rombiued and but one who Watch this space next week. It belongs to who attended iho est internecine strife that for four years loaded with young people, at Lonsdale, one particsame position at wedding at this place, have returned fair country in blood- R. I., killing eight of the occupants and occupies the drenched our STEPHENS & KNOX, the enterprising Rowular place, and that is tho writer. lintut shed. injuring a dozen others. -Mr. R. L. Joplm, civil engineer on ahwul of Stan-- Crab Orchard is far land merchants, who will tell you something The McCarthy it Joyce Co., tho larg- e deportment having i . . Tin the Altamontund Manchi'M-- r railroad, ford in shows, Hhe being able to play n octopus est merchandise establishment!!! ArKan- ,..i ,i. r..iu5an., Lntterv is at home on account, of the severo cold Miecession. The to your interest. - .1.... ftl.n f.'wl IL'lll troupe three niuhta in assigned, with assets of 5210,000 billy that huge swindle is preparing to sas, has Bpell. He iniorms Hirahhorn Comedy Company Jolliffo A $143,000. liabilities surely be built. Mr. J. u. ivenueuy is nvk its trans and leave the country for and im... i i of..f iv... nighte, and l,at t.i!.. ,.r ...i ..... , wuv.- - ui.ht operator how for the next 30 days. played lion? three Jieau ui " XllO roiuilliu ui S- innlrv' lOOil. tliu severe, cold weather, made comwas jerked Jones, Simeon 1). Davis and Kdgar expenses. They were said to be on exHondurus ha-- i granted it a charter and it murderer of a woman, hung Kirks-villeat Glas- John It was a whale in its pletely off when he was Albright are attending school at will go thenc. by people who nre in Texar-kana- , cellent comply gow, Scotland, Wednesday. Mr. M. G. Glhnoru left for time and lived in clover, bat wlen it competent judges. They went every wa old boy in Clayton Lisle, a where ho will remain for some died it died all over. And there were up there voices Clark county, dropped his rifle, which months. County Attorney G. W. Mc from here to Lebanon. heard on every few indeed whojifted L'he cry for coal is fired, the ball going in his mouth and Two and wept because of its demise. dure wm in Frankfort this week. bnvu side, as no one keeps a coal yard in our of his bend. nut at tho ton of Mr. Frank Chttord's children people buy load tho Thu rear car of a passenger train on are town and most of our It didn't take the democrats to ofbsttlo been quite sick ftt Livingston, but When wo get out and it is a the K Gt riu,j,ig at :?0 miles an hour, improving. Nathan and Joseph Bray at a time. West Virginia Legislature long ordering d iv before the coal comes fter resenatorial nominations. They uuan- W()S turnPj over i,y n short curve and the have arrived from Missouri and will stir when a oir it. it causes quite nominated Oharlea J. Faulkner tM0Ul!, flUed with people, no one wan main in old Kentucky. of course thinkH it Cam-comes in; eveiybody riougiy imrt. succeed himself and Johnson M. is not, In his car, und when he finals it late Senator Kenna. t McGarrahan clnim bill, xiie noted MATRIK0NIAL MATTERS. den to succeed the order is to buy or bortho next thing iu Let tho Kentucky Leei&lature take cor wicli lias Uueu before Congruss lor DO Daniel Young and Miss Kmtua La!ie, row from the owner until his comes. of this and make short work of ye,trs has again suffered defeat, the Son nizance We want it understood that white :...!.,., vv. MoCrearv. by far the ata having 'ailed to pass it over the pres- both of Richmond, eloped to New AlbaJlUlilluaiiuj, t?nv ny and were married. promoted. cold weather continues, it does not tho ident's veto. beet man that could be - CAN has brought in tho least interfere with our Keeley In- Mary M. d'Ann---There are 1,870 students at the Uni Kentucky will be lepreaontod at the versity of Berlin this winter, the largefet suit for divorce and alimony mrainst her HtUutef for it is steadily increasing ami great fair. Tfie Senate has passed tho number in tho history of tho institution. husband, Signor d' Anna, a former niitaiu tho number in attendance there would . ...... rnttititt i I (ivtntr ,....t.. i.,., o.or.rion ih!itiuns of Lincoln $100,000 for the jHouse bill appropriating This id about 2,000 more than the attend teacher in tne cnyre governor signs and as booh as the nnntv. The number is increasing so exhibit ton. ance at Harvard. . . :..... " " a prominent - rapiliy tnai it- - ii..Hi.iiii nnj nuon .nr. !t ,:an 8et t0 sooa a9 ONIt is reported tnai For the second time since white men it as he will Jo operative Niaj have lived at Memphis the Mississippi young business man of this nlace wiio compelled to move the dining room back. , , a , him it will boconia s in the Senate voted against gorged there Sunday. Traffic between frequently travels for a 8 Unfon inn is City Memphis and Cairo has been suspended shortly to wed a belle of tho Queen the bill. rrcsiilent Cleveland will attend l.o M.OOO,-00of kox. on account of ice. ."il years funeral of Rutherford II. Hayes, at lre Turku aro in Keutucky nlonu This is n old maid of Ptinceton, Mrs. Carlisle, who lives on Comfort jmllons of whisky in stooje. iu her inont, O., Butcher Knives, Knives and Forks for Children, Nut Cracky woman Creel;, near Pmiersburg, W. Va., was oi!it,. cot marrlwl this week and ., to every mati, i in.. rJ sors are -"ivmg extiacireto Scissors, "' goirn: to found fnuen to death in her bed. She mvpcoh ol iov over iiih uvKwi. ami it is ers and 1'icks, &c. hoping to have then, ready and child in tho State away with tho was frozen eo solid that she had to he of thank, that Uo.l sent) then pigs, pushaomoofusto get for the market when the prices shall b..u went cra.y inside of Full Stock of GROCERIES, all Fresh and Prices Low of Course fimonnt. Tim prohibitionists can hiivo torn from tho bed. She was 103 yearn hei a ihei. 1Q cenU )ur p(Uml days. old. three ent d genuine case of Asiatic cholera is reported in St. Paul. T.J. Hawkins, of Campbollsville, was given n life sentence for murder. The train dispatchers' office of the Q & C, will be removed from Ludlow to Lexington. Clemens Hellebush, the jewelry and diamond dealer of Cincinnati, is dead. A Newark, 0., husband was fined 3 for attempting to kill his wife by putting arsenic in her food. Cassandra Harris, a colored woman, said to be over 100 years old, was burned to death at Paris. Allen & Ginter'a cigaretto factory at Richmond, Va., was destroyed by fire. Loss $250,000; insured. Little Rock. Ark., has six inches of snow, Paris, Tex., eight and a heavy fall is reported in Louisiana. Mrs. Votaur, wifu of a farmer living near Mnckvillo, was burned to death while cooking Sunday dinner. Snow fell Wednesday Bullicieutly to cover the ground at Charleston, S. C, Savannah, Augusta and Columbus, Ga. Frances Anno Kemble, tho once famous English actress, known iu private life as Mis. Pierce Butler, died in Lon don. Stevenson was a speaker nt the annual banquet of tho Commercial Club, at Louisville, 'lues-daA well-ktiow- n Sheriff Howell, ot "Fayette county, Ga., shot and killed J. N. McEaclwrn, on a train in the suburbs of Atlanta because tho latter cursed him. There had been bad blood for somo time. -- The second meeting of the Good Roads Convention at Lexington adopted a resolution in favor of working convicts on tho public highways, and adjourned to meet in Bowliug Green April 12. Iu a drunken row at Manchester over a gamo of cards, between Win. Jones, of Clay, and Win. LanKfonl, oj Harlan, a son of Jones was buoi huh killod. Langford made his ec.pe. Jim Hendricks, a uotorioualy tough negro at Greenville, has been arrested for a double crime and may bo mobbed Ho is accused of having ruined his daughter nud then murdering tho child. The New Jersey democratic caucus nominated James Smith, Jr., for United States Senator. Gov. Abbett, who had bebeen a stiong candidate, withdrew had no opfore a ballot and Mr. Smith position. Senator Sherman, trom mo uuiuito committee, has reported a bi'l to buspend Bilver purchased alter Jan. i, ioji, and allow national banks to issuo circulating notes to the full value of bonds deposited. A motion to suspend me ruies uuu adopt a joint resolution for a constitu tional amendment proviuiDRior wmeicuby popu t:nn nf United States Senators lar vote, prevailed in tho National House of Representatives. MT. VERNON, siaht of Stanford, community. A This was the fearful neivs that spread th roittf the Within Ian Old Mr. High Price Wis Frozen to Death, Ho pricevtllc and overcome by the nnMi.nsta.iaiP.rrtxsiire of laio prices. started to walk to Hi$h- - COLD : WEATHER low-pric- ed : BARGAINS, ..W"-this week. " Of The Louisville Store, theahove was the result. bargains zen out, so call and get some "'' " -- All : Overcoats : Positively : At : Cost. All winter suits at Cost; Blankets and Comforts at Cost. Every Article in our Winter Goods at Prime Cost. ROOKCASTlE COUNTY. the Rev. Joseph Ballou will preach for Christian church at this placo during 'IW. UnWoefor Stanford, Ky. don't want to cany them over w Taaie? a few wraps left over, and as we Jackets that sold at $6, choice for Misses Lon $8; Ml Wool Jersey Jackets, pair Ladies Gram and nnrfil from clearance sale 800 a to close at $1 pair. MoTbminJBtdton Shoes, all solid, Far-Trimm- ed tho vear Ohio parties are inveatig-Uiu- the ..in THE LOUISVILLE STORE, Manager. II l..T Spring: Session Tuesday, . Stanford Female College. January .tli. i id y. - R. ZICV:3VCER -- 1 Faney Groeepies, Fruits Confectioneries. Baker's Bread Always on Hand is lui-caete- r, rori B-- imu r ;.-- Bello-vue- d rei-w- inn. . .... 1 g, Smart-Alexand- er post-otiic- , ... I mi lc r..i,-,..:- ., i. notwith-utntwlmi- ? . 17-ye- ar 11 i j I Be-t- o 11 1 j i fVlcKJiNEY BROS. -- ! 'M t j """""i . . 1 moss-back- gXt, to-da- y. "":" SAVE YOU MONEY Darvin 0 SePocketS Table Cutlery, Sml '" I our share. -- -J ( !jM2-- r JM, A"l,t'ijfc, i r f." (,.&&& e. i . J j ' Jl - ' , f - ,n,ySKi tfrrrrHD" i'! ' Tjjigiii isssm- - ' TUpsyW ''!, "' ?' iV a little ono) In emeralds and diamonds, was present was provided for Percy Thorolil in the tt this reception, and Lady Bolvolr, likt memory of that fell compact to which Mrs; Leslio nnd other less notablo pertho Lord QuIm had pormiadcd him to be- sonages, was about to 6'rAifPOiui, Kv., Januaiiy 20, 1893 come n party some months back. Hb light of her countenance withdraw from London. was very nngry with Lor.l Ouiao whon She said bo to many of thof-- with whom e ho thought of it and fitill moio nngry sho conversed, and among others to Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal ;if in leotl it could bo called W. P. WALTON. Hus-tac- BAFFLED CONSPIRATORS. J1Y AV.M. 2fOUIll (CONTINUED.) - CIIA1TEH VI. THREE UNTOUTIWATIS. ,V3 Miinr Ml 1 IL I " To lw ft coiivinrt.il jK'.v.iniitt it U Ire-- f n lmvc riMi'lml tip nil things inhMIo itu mill to Miffcr I mm a li two onli'rwl liver. Deprive! if tlie-n man will liovtry njit to fitul uattiro too MrniiK for him, and to form u moro flattVrinu opinion ol thU worM ami it luhabitantH than irhajw lu ouj;lit to form. An unfortimatii loru nlTuir U nil vury well w lonn tlio nonm.. liwN; bnt this invariably wonri oil hxhht or later, ami then a reaction takw l:tro in tho inititls of tliu voting Mini luiilliiy which cannot hut prove fatal to In ir wisdom ami jihilooiih. Thu, in the courx' of the Miininur with which this narrative in roiieeniiil, it enmo to wvt that I'eixy Thorolil, who wn.1 Mill young, who iliil not hi much as know that he jkvmomiknI a liver, and whom love for hi cousin hatl Imrouu a more memory, lwj,'nu to think that there were f,'ool ami even nilorahle women in Lomlon, notwitliHiamlin the excellent reason that he h.ul for lielievin the contrary. At all event he thought that tliero win one Mich woman, mil it is obvious that when you haw pine the length of making that iulini"ioii there is nn end of your iMtviinisM. Paramount were the idaims of public attains upon his attention, he had ni'Vortliclesw found time during Uiomi Miinmer mouth- to m'i a great deal of and the more h had Dorothy Nvn of her the inon he had lo.irued to nppnn;iat her iiiiiiieinuntble fueriority to the rat of her After all, theru mint Iki a few exception! even to tho most btriugent of rules: and here, biiroly, was one of thoin. He wax htill willing to maintiiiu that women in general are tain', tickle and foolii.li. Now. as regarded tin- bright and rare etainple of whnt all women ought to be, but unfortunately am not, there wjw one thing noticeable about her; namely, that although rhe might, if she had chosen to give them any encouragement, have had n very npectnblo iiuiiiIkt of admirer, Mie did not wt:m to care in the least for admiration. What mail" her ki delightful was that you could talk to her as to a rcnoonahle lelng. When nho ppoke of art or inunio or politics or any other Mibject in which you nrj.tl hhe weru jointly interested, you might feel Mire that hhe had no arriere penwo that bIio was not merely lending you on with ft view to putting you in a good hnmor, and so iicimiriiiK a firm basis for the owning of Uion hiege ojK'ratious leani to recognize which rich men mid oread. It was, in tdiort, jierfcclly clear that she neither expected nor wihhed you to make love, to hor. Not that theio sige and just rofleo-t- i iih prevented IVivy from making love to her quite the contrary. Thoro nro a thousand different wii.vh of making lovo, and liis, if n ipiict iiml uudemonstrntivc ono, was no whit lw elTectual anil effective- than thu others. At what period of tholr ncmiaintniietwhip it first dawned uion him that the. feelings which ho entertained for Miss Leslie were not precisely those of a father he could not afterward icmeinlu'r, nor indeed was this u question of nny imjiortance. It was Miflicicnt for him to know that life would no longer I endurable for hnn without hor. mid it was very pleasant to him to suspect Hint when ho should tell her as ninth which he fully intended to do before the end of the rnson and the sc&sion she would not he altogeth'T displeased. Hut there is no rose without a thorn, and a very uuuoyiog little, thorn i I n-- Jlll " t - he-di- n-.- h "See that team of hnrpes, how nicely they go together, John? Why can't a inun and woman pull together likothntV" "There's ovey reason, my dear. Those lior&cs only have ono tongue between them !" Youkera Statesman. A fienention hns been created at Georgetown, Mass., by the nrrest of Frank Vining, a prominent citizen mid Sunday-schoHuperintendcnt, who, by his confession, is a forger, lie is in jail in default of $3,000 bail. ol j tion of a new Stale house, costing not less than $1,500,000, convict labor to h utilized in preparing tho granite for tho building. A bill ffill bo Introduced iu tho Arkansas legislature to authorize thu erec- with himself. Of course tliero was no getting out of the absurd agreement! ho had pledged Ills word of honor, and he must do what do. Still the idea lie had undertaken of submitting Dorothy Leslie's namo for approval to three hucIi men as Guise, Moreton nnd Schneider was horribly dlstateful to him, and his inclination was to put ofr the bad quarter of an hour as long as Mrslble. Of tho disapproval of thc.e gentlemen ho did not feel much afraid. In tho first place they would hardly, he presumed, have tho impertinence to ohjtvt to Miss Leslie; in tho second place they were but slightly with her; thirdly and laMly, ho was prepared, by way of a brilie, to accord to them his full and free permi.KHioti to mnrry any three ladies upon the face of the earth whom it mitflit please them to select. What he did not like at nil was tho prosicct of hearing his own selection disciLSMsl, however cursorily, and this deterred him from summoning a meeting which, in good faith, ho ought to have summoned as soon as his intentions Itccftimi clear to him. It was not until the month of July that he was wnnewhat rudely awakened to a sense of his duty. Dy that time his devotion to Miss Lc?.lio had lieen very generally remarked umiii, and Miss Lesto lie's mother, for one, was think that if he meant anything he had liettcr say so. Mrs. Leslie was not a worldly woman, and was in no great hurrj to see her only daughter married; but she thought that Dorothy ought to have the chances to vhl h all girls are entitled, and it stands to reason that Uhm chance mast bo diminished by the conspicuous and apparently welcome attentions of one man. Sh- therefore took an opjKirtunityof saying to Mr. Thoroldt "1 hoH you won't be too busy to como lieforo wo leme. We and say good-bshall Ik' going home in less than a week now." It was at one of the last big official nreptions of the year that tills communication was made to Percy, who was a good deal disconcerted by it. Although he had of late been so constantly iu Dorothy's society, their meetings had tor tho mot part taken place under the lienevolent auspices of Lady Ikdvoir, and his interviews with Mrs. Leslie had been f w and far lietweeii. A certain anxious look in the good lady's eyes made her meaning tolerably plain to him, ami indeed he felt that her nn.Mcty was justifiable. Well, it should soon Ihj set at ret; but of course ho must now lose no time alxnit taking Guise und the other men into his confidence. He told Mrs. lcslio how very sorry ho was to hear of her imminent departure, nnd proini.Msl tlint ho would call iu Khury street in a day or two, after which ho moved away iu search of Lord Guise, of whose nsl beard he had caught iigllmp's earlier iu the evening. Hut Lord Gnli-e- , when discovered, was standing with his liark against tho wall, pro)timling original solutions of the Irish difliculty to a knot of ninumxl and it was evident that there wns for the present no chance of obtaining his undivided attention. Percy, therefore, pawed on in quest of else, whose undivided attention he wns fortunate enough to secure ore long. MKi I.lie, when he joined her, was one of n group of three or four iwrsons; but these (dipped away ono by ono immediately after his approach, and he could not help remarking that a similar phenomenon had occurred under similar more than onco of late. He had no objection to it occurrence, only it certainly twnusl to show that his courtship had lasted long enough. "I havo just lieen horrified to hear from Mrs. Leslie that yon are going away," he liegan. "1 shouldn't have thought that that was such ii very horrifying piece of news," said Dorothy laughing. "Most ieople do leave London in .Inly, dou't they?" "Yes, unless thev have the bad luck to 1)0 members of parliament. Hut 1 didn't realize somehow that the end was mi near. Shall you Is sorry to go?" "I shall lo Mirry fur some things," an- Fwercd the girl. "It has been vury picas.., M!'I Vlr 1. 1, ... ccn very kind to us. Oh, ye?, 1 shall bo sorry." 'l wonder whether you will bo half a? soiry as 1 shall lie!" To this it was obviously iiniossiblo that Dorothy should make any reply, for how could she gauge tho depth of Mr. Thorold's probable sorrow? Consequently she held her peace, and he went on to tell her how dreadfully he would miss her. how empty London would seem after her departure, how he would hate the remainder of the long, weary session, and a good deal more to tho like effect. Perhaps her silence led him on to say rather more than ho ought to have said without, going farther still, but as it seems likely that tho majority of those who will read these pages have been iu love onco in their lives, some clemency will doubtless bo displayed in their judgment of him. He could not projKise to her there and then by reason of that ridiculous pledge, but in n few days at tho outside ho would bo freo to declare himself, and ho was naturally eager in the meantime to find out, it ho could, what answer he would receive to his declaration. It ennnot bo said that a quarter of an hour of investigation brought him to the loint of nctunl certainty; yet at tho of that interval ho was In high spirits, and since he took away with hin ono of tho flowers which Dorothy had been wearing in the front of her dross, It may bo assumed tlint he had no reason to despond. Before wishing her good night ho had ascertained that sho would bo at homo ou tho following Wednesday, nnd that sho did not expect any other visitors on that afternoon. Meanwhile, ho was not the only ixr-sowho, at tho same time and place, had reluctantly determined to convene an early mooting of the league Ldy Belvoir, magnificent 1 1 - y jwli-tician- s, some-IkxI- v Moreton, who of late had dogged her footsteps wherever sho went. "I knew you would lwofTl.'f ore long," he sighed. "Well, tell mo what day you mean to start, and I will order the funeral." "Whoso funeral?" she naked wonder-lngl"Not mine, I hojie?" "No, mine. I'm going to cut my throat. Did you ever Implicit to Bet eyes on n man who was utterly and quite seriously in despair? If not it might interest you to take a look at me, because that is what I am." Lady He voir availed herself of this permission, and there wns a great deal more of tenderness and compassion than of wonderment iu her gaze. "Poor Iwy!" she exclaimed: "thh is what comes of fancying one's Bclf a cynic Iwfore one's lienrd is well grown. It serves you right, nnd yet I nm sorry for you. What woman has lieen treating you so cruelly?" "As if you didn't know!" "How can I know if you won't tell Lady Belvoir asked, with a eligb' smile. "Come who is shi " "I can't tell you," answered Moreton mindful or his obligations. "At leai I can't tell you now, and I don't think ever will. It wouldn't be of tho Blight-cuse. Sho is a great lady and a great lieauty; there's no harm iu my admitting that much. Well, yon know whnt I am an iniiiecunious nobody. Of course, she would laugh in my faco if I bad the audncity to tell her that I loved hor. Added to which, she has only been nniulng herself with me; she doesn't really care two straws whether I cut my throat or not." "Great ladies and great beauties," Lady Helvoir jiensively, "are not always so inhuman ns they are thought to Iki by young cynics. Am I a great lady? Well. I suppose I nm, nnd I have lieen told that 1 am not altogether plain. In fact, you yourself havo told mo so, I believe. Yet I am sure that you would never think of calling mo hard hearted." Moreton knitted his brows nnd looked nt her suspiciously. "Are yon laughing at me?" he asked. "Whnt is there to laugh at? Come nnd see me some day lieforo I go nway you shan't meet Miss Icslie this time ami I will show you that nt any rate I nm not too hr.nl hearted to feel for a friend in distress. Perhnps also," sho added, "I night lie nble to give yon souio information ami advice alxmt this mysterious flame of yours, if only you could make up your mind to let mo hear her name. Women do sometimes fall in lovo, you know, and when they do they are capa ble of any folly." "Lady Helvoir," exclaimed Moreton engerly. "suppose just by way of an instance, you know supjioso you were the woman, and tho man was some fellow like myself, without money or position or anything, would you, do you think could you" "Oh, I don't know," she answered, bundling, ns she turned away; "so much would (leH'iid upon the man, you see. Hut 1 will tell you this, I could never can for a man who was afraid to confess that he cared for me." Alnsl when a iiihu is in love what does it avail him to know that the woman whom ho loves is a desperate flirt nnd has had a hundred desperate flirtations? Moreton's heart beat ldgh with hope as he made his way through the rooms seeking for Lonl Guise, who had long before this had enough of it nnd had gone off tohisiluh. Instead of meeting the chief conspirator he encountered Thorolil, who Niid: "Have you seen Guise nuywhere? I want to speak to him rather y. tin-?- " 1 at -1 for Boms time past been longingly fired. "Mr. Schneider and Sybil countess of Belvoir entertained at dinner last night tho prime minister, the French, German and Russian ambassadors, tho duko nnd duchess of Paddington," etc. Oh, rapturous vision! What remained hut to ascertain tho views of Sybil countess of Helvoir with regard to its fulfillment? Then tho ardent wooer recollected, as others had done, that there was ono trifling obstacle to bo Hunnountod before her ladyship could bo approached with a direct offer; but the recollection did not distress him as much as it had distressed tho others; because, to begin with, ho was under no epprehonsion of being laughed at, and, besides, he did not think it at nil likely that ho would be interfered with. Moreton might possibly voto against him, Moroton being one of those conceited fellows who cannot stand being snubbed by ladies who fail to appreciate their fascinations; but as for Lord Guise and Mr. Thorold, thoy would surely bo forced to admit tho suitability of the match. Hank on the one side, wealth on the other what more would you have? There was no question of sentimentality about tho business. It bo chanced that he was able to do no more than exchange a few hasty words with Lady Belvoir until just as she was leaving, when she passed him at the top of the staircase with a smllo and a familiar little nod. But after she had descended n few steps sho paused nnd glanced back nt him over her Bhoulder. "By the way," she said, "will ono Beo von again? I am oft" for tho country, you know." "Indeed, I did not know it," answered Schneider in dismay. "You don't start immediately, I hope. When may I call njwn you? When shnll I find you at HlMjrty? I I have so many things that I want to say to you!" "So many as that? Wednesday about 8 o'clock, then; but don't bo later, or j'ou may not have time to say them all before somebody else conies in. Good NW iTutfsTiny Pills J Tk 3 NorfolkiWEsiernR.il. 1891 g. wtallt yOl 1 tho World I aadpr r Terr mall yetpoMeMIl th Ttrtt'a F11U urhloh A har baea to pop .arfor thirty years.- w comThalr ! mtrad tfccaa tor tkm n of children B wnajkato saptr-eoatUur Schedule Dec. i3, LEAVE NORTON DAILY tli vj ara tavalaakte m ttiay caoaa tha ravataaMlaalUta. afrcrUh tka bedyQ n aM otf aatoradly without aaoaft Totfi IMlla krrrl?lntr. Beth altca afDoaa amail. ParaaafdbyalKrafnrlita. 3 Park rtaoo, . T. w 33. OaUa. . Siok Headache a with niacin. Cor M, osr u qnitmr. , B muQciurr. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM 7:00 a. m. for Graham, Hlucflcld, Pocahontas and all stations Flat Top and Pocahontas Divisions. 12:04 noon, for Eluefield, Radtord, Roanoke, Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Also (via Roanoke) for Washington, Hagerstewn, Harris-diirPhiladelphiaand New York. Pullman Sleeping Cars from Lout'villeto Nor lolk via Norton and Radford; also Radford to New York, via Shenandoah Junction, also Rad ford to Washington; also from Lynckburg to Rich mond. Trains tar Pocahontas, Powhatan'and Good will leave Bluefield daily at 6 to a m,8 30 a m, 1 05 p m and 510 pm. U,iefield 6 10 a m daily for Kenora and Columbus, O. Arrive Columbua g 15 pm Additional trains for Welch and Intermedial stationt on Elkhorn leave liluefield lojpm an p m daily. Tralm arrive at Norton from the East daily at p m and 5 ao p m 4o lor further information as to schedule, rates, Ac, apply to agents of Norfolk & Westtra Railroad or to W. 11. BEVILL, Gen. Pas--- . Agt Roanoke, Va. I,ve 31 1 1 VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rn-r- IF YOU ARK GOING FOR 20 YEARS hj ItHlURDOJ.TiTLOR CO,, or OHTHTHE. WXBT, SOLD EVERYWHEIIE. 8T.L0C1S. SCO. 1893. LOUlaVILLC 4. I Nashvilic iti r. n. Harper's Magazine. ILLUSTRATED. Harner'i Mazntine for 1S01 will continue la tnalnUin the unrivalled ttaudard cl excellence Ken!-more It the line for you, as Double Daily Trains Make close connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI night." In her tone, but what did that matter when her eyes expressed nothing but tho There was jvrhaps a shade of"mockery tciiderest kindliness? Schneider watched Baltimore, New York, her tall, graceful figure until it disapHARPER'S PERIODICALS. And all other Eastern Cities. that ho was indeed a 12 and peared, Per Year: happy man. It was all very well to tell Shortet;Line between Louisville, Lexington ami 1 Ka.tern Points. , 74 oc Lonl Guise and other heartless world- Ilarper'i Mazarine 4 oc lings that he was desirous of marrying Harper' Weclly (" Harper's llnair INtEFFFCT NOV. 1, 1S92 a 00 her for tho sake of her social position, Hirpcr'i Vounj IVopIc but to himself he could admit the existEAST ROUND. Lve. Lexington Postage Free to all iibtciibcri In thc". United ence of n less discreditable reason than States Canada atd Mexico. , y.ttpm Atlantic Express No. a, daily Midland Accommodation, No, 16. ex. Sun.it, 40am that. Lady Belvoir would probably Vcstibuled Express, No 14 daily 6 topm havo lieen quite touched if his thoughts Mt. Sterling Accom., No. j8, ex. Suu ......... 5.25pm Tne Volume! of the Masarine begin with tke could have been revealod to her. ar. and December lor aach Numbers lor WEST For all points. which ha cliaractrriinl It from Hie brinnln; THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. Among Ihe notable features rf the .j ear ill be IlAGGAGEfCHECKKD THROUGH For any information e.iquire of new rinvelf by A. Conan Doyle, Conxan:c WooImiii and William black JOES. RICE. Agent, bhort ttorles Or Stanford, Ky. will be contributed br ihc meat popular rltris W. W.PEN N.Trav. Pan. Agent, the day. including Mary K. V. HWnn. Klchaid Junction City, Ky Harding Datli, Marputt Dcland, Prander and many otlui.t. Tho Illuorated deicrip-tivipper will rmbrarr nrticlri bv Julian Kalph on ni'W Southern and Wmurn subjects; by Theodore Child on India; by I'uultucy ISiuelow on liuiila and Grntianyjby Richard Harding ViU on a lHidon Seaon; by Col T. A. Dudje on Ka'tirn Kiderr; tc. Ldwln A. Abbey' ". , will be continnl Shkrr tare's Comi-dlcued. Literary article mill be contributed by Charlei Kllot S'oiton. Mr. Jjimct T..Field, William Oeau Howell., IUamler Matthew sacd ol!ifr MM-thc- CHESAPEAKE & OHIO s RAIXWAY.- Washington, Philadelphia flt Tl 4 to ia cottiuckd. Vtrnnci ami rixii.jor:itlns: In of IJiMceu The ghostly season has this year in the Hue do PoiTiirmanrr Turin. been opened particularly." "So do I," replied Moreton. Then Iwith started and looked each other in tlte eyes for a moment and turned nway in a somewhat shamefaced fashion. Each of them, however, subsequently took comfort frem the thought that if there was another fool iu tho case there would bo one less M'reon entitled to make pointless jests at his expense. If they had but known it nnd really It was a little odd that Moreton did not know it a third member of their small confederation was similarly incapacitated. To bo invited to a lingo ministerial function was no great honor for Mr. Schneider in those days, although such an invitation would have mndo him quite proud and happy tho year before; but what caused him to exult beyond measure upon this occasion was the marked civility nnd friendliness shown to him by more titan ono member of the existing government. To lie sure there wns a reason for this, and a tolerably good one. Mr. Schneider and his friends had re- n al cently come to the conclusion that a man of his means ought to be in parliament, and it had been represented to him that the surest way of eventually gratifying would bo to that legitimate-ambitio- n contest a seat which had just fallen vacant in Scotland. There was little or no chance of wresting this Feat from tho Radicals, but it was thought that their majority might be reduced, which would priMluco a good effect, and of course nny one who should undertake this forlorn liojw would establish a strong claim upon tho good ofllces of his party. Mr. Schneider, therefore, courageously threw himself into the breach, and was very projierly complimented nn his pluck by right honorable noblemen and gentlemen. "I only wish there were more Conservatives who took your view of their duty to the party nnd tho country, Jlr. Schneider," u vory great man said to him that evening; nnd Schneider replied, with no less truth than fulkUj , that such words more than rowanled him for the labor of fighting an uphill battle. And no doubt it was natural enough tlint, seeing so many kindly ami encouraging faces around him, and hearing so many pleasant things said of him, Mr. Schneider should havo felt that he was sailing on the top of tho tide toward that fair haven upon which his eyes had la Sottrdicte, cither by the same comjmny of spirits who gave a series of iwrformnticcs in a different locality last winter or by a fresh troop. The question remains unsettled, for even tho spiritualists who are on speaking terms with the people who havo no bodies have been unable to identify or como to an unilerstandin,-- ; with tho ghostH that havo been playing such curious high jinks in Paris during tho last two or three years. Those i.ow haunting the house in the Hue de la Sourdiere uinuse themselves in exactly tho Bimio way as the others who upset tho nerves of a quiet family last winter with this difference, that tho new m (assuming that they do noi ieIong to ono traveling company) nppcar to confine their antics principally to tho kitchen. They haven peculiar liking or hatred for all cooking utensils, for any saucepan or frying pan that may lm hanging against tho wall is mire to be pulled oiT its nail and thrown on the ground. There is nothing for a cook to do in eudi a kitchen but to lament or cseemte. The wnltzing of tho kr.ucep.ins, the fr;.ing pan and gridiron at niht has b?ea somethinginfornnl. f'u tlie.se things when tie y jump off their miladc not remain where thev fall, but g"t up a dance nnd kHp it going with a disregard of propriety quite hncchunninti. At length theyhotsttheghotly theory is admitted iu default of a lietter o lei. finding the'r game with tho cooiing utensils lather slow although this was not the impression of other people turned their attention to glass nnd crock-crand either threw it at ono another or buinshcd it from lovo of mischief and sheer doviltry. Tho night on which this took placo was too much for tho nerves of tho iicople who occupied tho lodgings. They deserted their rooms nnd took refuge with a neighbor. Tho police havo visited tho premises prepared to draw up a proces verbal against tho ghosts if tho phenomena were repented in their presence, but whilo thoy were there tho jKits nnd pans and broken crockery remained quiet. This is whnt happened at tho time of tho previous outbreaks of tho supernatural. Not a ghost can bo fonnd tliat will IKrform in tho presence of a iwlico officer. This iG sufficient proof that tho spirits who nro causing so much trouble again nro French; it is evident that the national respect for uniforms clings to them eveu when thoy havo left tho flesh. Paris Cor. St. James Gazetto. uusr-er.kably, June ROUND. Atr. Lexirgton: When no time If mentioned, auecriptioni u W beLexington Accom,, No 17, ex.Sun... gin 1th the number current at the time ol reLouisville Express No. at, daily u.4cpm ceipt ol order Itound Volume of Harper' MagLexington Accom. No. ex Sun 4 13pm azine lor three jcatt hack, in neat clotn bimlmp, Vestibuled Express No: aj, daily 33, 6.10pm will he tent r mail, post paid, on receipt ol $3 00 per volume. Cloth caes for binding, 30 aentt Solid Vestibulrd Trains with Dining Cars. N each by mail, poet paid. bus tranfers. b made by Remittance Through Sleepers from Lexii.gton without Money Order or Draft to nvttd rharce of lote cbanire. tr$ are not to cunv thi iidtertlsment. H.W. FULLER, CD. 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Even in nn old barn of the Weft Co., Chicago, 111. For lair hy A R PenTho' tho neighborhood' itlnlng and pnlnlng, VANQUISHED. tho honso of representatives it would bo old fashioned stylo it is not difficult, by ny. (There 6he goes.) better, for two years is entirely too short Me Had Hern Piling at n AY I do it, anil II battening cricks and by lining tho walls Tins turn, tint: turn, ting turn, tins, PILES. CURES legitimate .TAPATEHi Tine tutu, ting turn, ting turn, ting. j a time, when tho ucectsury Whs Too Much. nnd stuffing hay or straw between tho "5VBTCJ, (Sho sing "Maid of Athens.") u r Tlicro was a iiueer, little old mnn nt dnties of a member of congress aro conm j.i E - inner and outer boarding, to bring them A SURE and CERTAIN CURE "Mai dot Athcn scro wo iJT,dS J JS tho Central inurkot thu other morning sidered, to look into this matter thornizarrtUsfczuu 01 vo gl vino tack my Known for 13 yearn ca tho BEST to a condition where water will not (Ting. ting. ting). vtho took u huckster into his coufitluuco oughly and in which to fonnulato a REMEDY FOR PILES. freezo in them unless thero is that abomremedy. Tho business of the United Or slnco tha tns lef toy hrcast, rnrirMkjr.iiiMKi'toY.TtTionur.n. co., tT.tccia. after h bit ami said: .. Kco pit now and ta kill' rest. ination nn oj)en barn cellar under A ni'w mid Complete trtatmenl, contlitlng ol of gittin married iigin. j5tates l9 pernapa tno man. ciumsuy mm Tin Oh, hear ml vow (ting, ting, ting). in lot them. If thero is, tho fir t tteps should iuppontoriei. Ointment In Capaulta, aimInternal, mt pilla; a positive cure for Kmcr-a- l Seems to be lots o" wimen in Detroit and expensively managed of any other busi-lkfo rl go (ting, ting ting). bo to lioard up tho front ol that, that tho IlllnU or lllreiling, Itching, Chrorlc, Recent or ta mainly Oho rml vow befo rl might rcc css In tho world. This didn't know but what been cool air may not enter thu barn through Hereditary Pilei. Tln remedy has net er mail. (Something breaks.) cnus0 lt ia a growth and because it is be- per box. 6 known to fail me to some ouo." Even a temporary rough Why toller fromIt thu terrible lor $$; lent bya writ(drifted to new and irresionsible Bho inunlera Uccthovcn and Mendelssohn, too. tho floor. when dlieaic "Purty old. ain't you?" queried tho; ing with 6 loef, to boarding, to In) removed in tho spring. ten guarantee l poillely l every now and then. Obsoj shoulders in aeiyie very mucn jbck tno iwnjcr, huckster. teliind tho money if not ctued Send itamp for will well repay its cost Iwforo that time, tree Mmple (.Jiiaraniee itaucd hy A. U. Penny, systems of book- And Chopin and Mouvrt Mia'U gleefully woo "Oh, no. I ham t but four days over lete and complicated am receiving elegant When her mood In Inclined to be chipper. Tho next requirement is certainly good Drtiruiat aud aole agcut, Stanford, Ky, Call fur M1LI.I.INKRY one of the motr Stanfonl, lineinl enr handlnl In seventy-twand that's only middlo aged. keeping that were jicrhaps all right fifty Itomanzns end nocturnes aro flvo o'clock teas, ,food, and hero u little more knowledgo amplcl. "" etpecltl view to the wanttof thl retained, though tho counWhllo rondos sho gobble for dinner, Why, fellers eighty years old aro step- years ago aro trade Mut Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an cap, try haa doubled and tho country's busi- You can talk ns you Uko and remark what you and a littlo nioro judgment is needed by rlrnced tiimmrr, i wlia'me thlt anil I ping off every duyl' many farmers. They ought to know not please, gunrantet everrthinc tul In the lalrt .ind mutt tripled. It has invariably been the ness "Want a gal or widow?" approvtd tathlnn Dut tho girl in this flat I' a winner. The ldl" aiemtltnl In call only what is good food, but what is the Aril e jinlnr my goilt, which I mil tak plm "A widder. No gals for mo. Gals policy of government bureaus to magbest, or what kinds of feed and what (She's at It again.) ute In ihooiric. nify their own business and of every ain't Bottled in their minds, you know. MISS I.ICC1K HIIAZI.KV. Ting, ting, to ting, ting. ting, to ting, () methods of feeding will givo tho lcst Just kinder fling mo at sorao widder petty chief to increase his own duties. Tiddle, ding, do ding, ding, ding, ding. not at the smallest outlay, but acThis tendency runs all through tho deabout forty years old.'' cording to tho cost, whether thu samu W a Dr. C Writ Nerve and Drain Treatment, a (Sho warbles "Sally In Our Alley.") partmental service nnd tho result haa Itytttna, I)iiinri, t lt specific "Propertyr "Aw vail, thelay, deesln our land, Inrge or small. If ten cents extra ex lleadaihe, Nrroui l'rotiaiin canted Niuralfla. by alcohol been to make a Chinese puzzle of tho Two Unusually Good Offois. "Might have a little, but her lovo and Thero mono llkepro peuso for the daily feed will givo twenty or tobacco, Wakclulnen, Mental Depreituin, service. (Ting, ting). ot Itrain, earning intanuy, mnery, decay, main object. Wantsomo-on- o socioty is tho income, it death. Premature Old Age, Ilarrenneai, hoii of RKAI. CHRISTMAS fi!KTJ. cents' worth of incienscd aw vmy heart. "The whole thing should bo looked into She Is tho to kinder pat mo on tho back when I Puwer in either imnotencv l.ucotthira and should bo given. our iu a thorough manner nnd a now system And sho liv,azdown In,In our land involuntary l.oe. Soer- 1 he great HcllJay Number irnlareeil r lonesome, you sec." feel Pint There znot inn den Chemists aro ready to prescribe "well all Female Weaknoir. of brair, Self ij6 matorrhira earned by tint btUhltil nf(uaritrly publicace, ee. Tho huckster gavo him tho address of j devised. It should bo simplified, nnd Tha tsaf so sweo tus balanced rations," couiouuded of audi Abuie, a month treatment tions, V, widow on Champlain street who used , tho rules of modem business life applied For sho zth darlln hy mad a li, lit rough fodder as ono may havo, with cer- cure, lor Jj order for tx thoguarantee $j U Iwir ta "TALES FROM TOWN TOPICS," will tend r.ach with to have a stall on tho markot, and asked. to governmental affairs. Why, don't And vmyIIha(ting), xdown In (ting), our sho v II tain projtortions of such grains as they writtfn guarantee to refund innot cured Guar- Out Decrmlier lit, all new and IxvoV stands an4 him to como back and report how ho was, you know nobody knows how tho treasA antees ittucd only can buy conveniently, but really they ole agent, Stanford,tiv Ky K l'ciiny, Druggtii and rallvay trains, price 5iriit, dl b sent ury department stnnds? No two financial 97 ir received. amount to but little. Tho individual PadcrewskI, tho Pole, Is all right In his way. "Yon bet J will!" chuckled tho old experts enn understand the treasury sys MtMIMtaMMtMfHMNtHMIH And lmposiblo musio can handle. character of tho animal and its prcteut loall who send J for thrte mtmlhi' ttial tubidtly man. "Wenbo 11 have you go with mo tem of bookkeeping. Tho monthly debt. But compared with tho girl In tho flat he's a condition should have much to do with iL . it tion to Jay, to nick out the engagement ring eh?' swucmeiu ucnes even mo proiessiouai Tho cow thnt is giving four or fivo gal 'I'OIMCS. 'I'OWX strorgA-st- , statisticians, and as for tno method of And against her ho can't hold a candle. I'll bo back in an hour." most varied and Ions of milk a day not only naturally reTho music ain't sweet or pathetic withal, The largest, ra'ir it, Ho was back in twenty minutes. Ho! transacting any kind of government wtcVly Journal in the world. Is bo dlff'rent roomy Dut snteitalninc business, it is so ridiculously complicated That Itho nolsohelp liking tho and for her gall. quires more food than the one thnt is was carrying collnr and necktio in ouo damo Second To all who will send Sj will be sent cannot giving but four or fivo quarts, but want Town Topics and "Tales Irom Tewn Topics" f rata hand. and holding his buttonless vest to-- ! that tho onl3' thing that can bo said for Anu tho Kates that escorted her to tno. Nbs. of the date until January i, i covrrinir. a different quality to supply tho drain 9 that it furnishes proportionately to pother with tho other. To Young Inimitable nuaitrrlr (rrsular price $1 y) and 14 (Ah, a song: we'll llMen.) upon her sy.stem. nnd each in her turn ot family weeVhrs, reulaf voti como out?" called ' desired results more places for salaried month rl thv created "On Sundny night we tako a walk. "Hit How did differs from tho ouo that is giving no Mothers price $4 per year. I ofiicinls than any other system over de- On Monday wo tako beer, ii'jra3i - a tho huckster as ho got sight of him. neJTuke one cr the other offer at oicr, and miiK, nut is ueavy witli cair. jno ni On Tuesday night we tako a bath. w,101 xnu,K " ll10 revision. in iMMlal notes. opIm nr New Vml Lxchange "Sir. are yon talkimr to mc'i" demand- And so from year to jear. (Horrors!) tiou suitable- for tho heifer that has her TOWN TOPICS, to but is this to bo accomplished in two old man. with great dignity ed the On Wednesday we play poker. 11 West 1 id Sires t. New Y01V j first calf now would scarcely be adapted years?" Now York Herald. On Thursday night wo roiuu; "Of courso am! Was it a go?" to tho old cow that has been heavily Dut there Is no flics on Gallagher never saw you beforo in my "Sir. grain fed for a half dozen winters, and When Mary Murphy's home." Ktclilnx by tho Quern. life, nnd you keep your distanco or I'll -- -. " - tho draft hoionud tho trotting horso am A romantic story is being circulated I'to mentioned n few of tho bulimia ho yells. have you run in!" hotly exclaimed tho not to Ihj fed alike. Just to show tho extent of my pntlcnco. tho discovery by n Dublin art Child Birth Easy. viu uiiui u iiu w.w nun nil mid revcaieu nncnt of a collection of etchings execut- And tho very beit part of my nnturv rubels Tho farmer should be nblo to bnlauco tho fact that his coat was split up tho dealer 'Qulntt this of all peoples and nas his rations for himself. He knows that bnortens Lao or, ed by tho queen. Tho dealer in question back and onu boot heel was missing. tions tho poorer tho quality of his rough fodLessens Pain, sale of books and pic- But a blessed, particular solnco I've got; EVERY "How about tho ring?" shouted the' purchased at tho Endorsed by the Leading Phyildini. tures of tho lato Earl of Chnrlemont two I When sho pummels and plunges and lcll(ins, der tho nioro nutritious should lw the huckster. my lot often rctlru to the rear of grain given with it, either iu quantity EYE But the other uever turned. Ho had ' old portfolios. They wero knocked down And warblo and garble, us follows: or quality. With early cut bright luiy 2 BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO for n few shillings as containing only ON becu fluug at a widow, and he was going Z (As sung by Duvo Martin and T. II. Carter.i or rowen or ensilage ho should know 2 ATLANTA, QA. straight home to repair damages and unfinished sketches of no vnluo and cut- Comrades, comrades. 2 SOLD Uy ALL DKUOOISTS. that one feed u day should be of coarser J tings from illustrated paiwrs. Whan tho think over it. Detroit Freo Press. Ever slnco wo wero men, nnd drier fodder, while with hay cut dealer emptied the contents of ono of tho Sharing each other' claptrap. whou ovorripo or dried too much iu tho Uoomlngold Urandpn Hen. portfolios carelessly on tho floor iu his No iiu Could Mlauic. I,curing no Miotilu givo roots or such ho camo upon something hnrd at Comrades when HIatno sjoko nt Ophlr. is comFrying whnto'er might bo fried: A pitiablo figure was the man distin Toom grain as would bo slightly laxative This tittlct fmcHiin, huiitetf. fiihennen and guished by bushy whiskers who seized tho bottom, which turned out to bo a When danger threatened tho measly old wild and ho shonld know how to apportion olheta not tolieijwia O" our laudt wlhM.t taken with it. pletely packet of etchings by tho queen. They cat miiou, at all nuh will be pretrctited to tl.e lull tho bhovel with manifest repugnance. it to tho different animals. If ho does ttt talent of the law. feigned Some were capWas there by my side. bore, iu writing which has been recogM. LACKOU'lrZ. It was apparent that ho experienced a nized as at any rate very liko tho writM. J. Donnelly In tit. Ihml (ilobo. not or if ho docs, ho should watch the tured by complete I) m:vusd. T great revulsion of teeling when ho fell ing feed trough to see how much they will V. II. HAYS. and handsomely Iof her majesty, tho inscription: The Wrong llrmiil. to digging a sewer. C C. I.Vt N. up clean and appear to relish, aud he eat "Drawn by Albert etched by Victoria. llustrated NOVP.L, KKI.0 IIAfMANN. It was honest but hard toil, and there should watch tho excrements to see how K. I.. Willie Vichut it was those was overy indication that ho did not Iresentcd to Lady Charlemont by MRS. M A. MARTIN thoroughly that food is digested. Then toria." Uko it. he hliould watch tho growth nnd the Colored " Tho etchings wero no doubt given to Fato" lierformauco at tho juiil to know when it tho Counters of Charlemont as a memento XT 1 Ho was addressing a laborer with mud Kl.tl" is kept up to tho most profitable oiut. The most Celebrated Eye, Mar. ( jyi ' of tho queen's visit to Ireland. Thero aro J1.T.1..J: ou his overalls. of Society Ladies, Nose, Throat and Chronic Disand ho will soon bo able to balance) liii a number of tho etchings, and they aro "is against me." rations, and also to balance his books in the fashion deease Specialist in the State. mostly dono on small sheets of paper Tho laborer stared nnd said nothing. ujion tho right side, although ho may partment, that "finIf tho find turn out to bo as represented, "Yes" havo to dispose of mhho of the unprofitished the business." it will have a donblo value- as representTho thirty with bushy whiskers mopped ing able animals in order to do it. tho combined art "work of tho queen Every eye will his perspiring brow. It may be coiwirirrcd as proved that and tho princu consort. Tho difficulty welcome "this is more than 1 can st:nd. will bo toestablishthoauthcnticityof the during tho abort days of winter animals our my wife loft mo 1 felt bravo to When will thrive quite as well with a heart etchings. This can only bo done propercontend against adversity" bivakfatgienufterdaylight. fed at two CLUBBING ly by fubnntting them to her majesty Tho Bhovel dropped from his nerveless If sho recognizes them as her work, tho or three htlpings. or as long as heartil ANNOUNCHMENT grasp. eaten, and another meal given beforo ( Trial ieundiqj(er,dotn't It?) owner will strong to go forth into the of a smnll find himself in tho possession "and nightfall and fed in the kiiuo way, as fortuno of unearned increA year's subscripworld to earn a living for myself and ment. Loudon Cur. Birmingham Gawhen given three meals a day: also that tion to both children. But the touch of selfish Im- zette. tho habit of going to thn stables aud giv munity has disheartened me. Who" ing a last feed alxnit !) o'clock, u rsoinu . GODEYS He turned an appealing glanco upon A Tri'tli Socio! Iilru. farmers used to think was ucccvnry. is 21 rkK now, BMsBaHHirHBaSp the laborer with clay ou his overalls. A novel and felicitous plan for choos of more injury than l"tiolit if tho after N. V. CITY, ami noon feed is of good quality aud mifllnont "can blamo mo if 1 get a divorce ing partners was recently practiced at a and many again?" "Do you think voting Bichleigh will in quantity. Calais whist party. Finally albums had Sc Well nigh blinded with tears, ho bitter- - been ransacked and photographs of all call hero again;" It is proved that very course, dry fod Interior Journal ly contemplated tho blisters which had tho goutk'men. at ages ranging from six "I think ho will, papa. I did every- der or poor hay is nioro Micculent and risen on his hand. Detroit Tribune. montlis to twenty years, in dresses, in thing I could to entertain him, and when more easily digested when steamed at not 84.50. kilts and in tho "first pair," wero gath- - ho went away 1 gavo him n cigar out of too high a temperature, or when mow. Not Hardly. ered together in a hat from which tho your desk." toned with hot water, than when fed dry "Out of my desk! Clara, uuless that Tho question of profit depends uihui tho "So." exclaimed the father to the ladies drew. Sonic men had retained young man who had run off with his their baby looks long enough to bo easily young man is desperately in lovo with cost of doing this as conjured with the vnluo of fodder that might bo eaten aud daughter nnd married her and was re- recognized, souio wero complete enig- you you'll never see him again." Life not digested. It is proved that for cattle ! turning to patch up n peaco, "so you mas, while tho others weio more or less A Conditional I'arilon. in wann barns it will pay to warm tho APPLEMAN, M. D.. nnd that girl eloped together, did you? plain iu spite of additional hair on lips "2Ir. Dusenberry," said tho sick man water for them to drink if thu cattle are "Well, yes." responded tho young fel- and cheeks nnd "bubtractionnl hair" on TUB CELEIIRATKD low in a businessliko tono; "you didn't heads. Tho gentlemen wero not in tho to his neighbor, whom ho had culled to worth tho trouble. Thero aro some catFOR GOOD WORK ! wo had cIojkmI apait. did you? secret originally, and their amazement tho 6ide of what ho supposed was his tle that do not pay for their keeping and think when tho pictures wero let out of tho deathbed, "wo havo had much difficulty could not 1h) mado to do so by any amount Detroit Freo Press. ! Ladii-- s bag was ono of tho funniest parts of tho iu tho past and have not been on speak- of painstaking. It is doubtful if warm ing terniH. I belifivo I nm now about to ing water would pay for cattlo in cold fun. Lewiston .lournal. formerly I'roletiorcf Practice of Medicine, dio and 1 havo sent for you that wo may barns or allowed to stand long iu cold "Oh. John, I've saved $S0O outof what scttlo our differences and bo friends u Wr.ilthy Mull. warm AiHIsIn yards. Governor Hoard advocates you gave me last year! Aren't you glad?" I go." Georgo .J. Gould, since tho death of ing water at 00 (legs, as better 'relished Eloctricnl Medical College, According to roeultfl accomplished : eaid an up town housewife. "Nothing would givo mo greater pleas- by the animals than lukewarm water. TORONTO, CANADA, can cut your al- his father, is said to havo received nn ure "Yea. very glad. in iiddition to u liberal commieMon of than a reconciliation," replied DusenIt is proved that when cottonseed lowance down ;100 next year," replied average of four letters of advico daily Now Knarninlng PhyaUian of the All of the cranks in tho country, forget- berry ns ho took tho hand of tho dying meal is ted the manure is increase! in twenty per cent. tho unappreciativo husband. Philadelful of tho facts that young Mr. Gould man. value by nearly as much and some say phia Record. Southern Mcdicalflnstitute, "But remember," said tho invalid iu a by more thau the cost of the meal, nnd was associated with his father in busiAIso I.OL1SVII.I.K, KY. ness for twelv.s years, and that ho had gradually sinking voice, "if I get well also that when not U"cd m too largt A Suddcniiio; Tiling. tho thing goes on just ns it did beforo." amounts it is of benefit to the animals, Will be at Myers House, Stanford GUESS PREMIUMS "Why does Stcppson look bo down almost entire coiitrol of nffairs for the Brooklyn Life. esjiecinlly with ioor fodder and mixed last two years, aro eager to tell tho young hearted?" Tuesday, Jan. 31, and until with two or threo times its own bulk ol FOR SUBSCRIBERS, has just been reading a blithoand man how to manage tho vast cstato in "He I n ii red to It. noon Feb. 1st. wheat bran. It is proved that it pays to A goodly proportion joyous Christmas carol in a magazine." his charge.ndvihers are anxious toof these during the fear "So you want to go on tho expedition, keep tho youug stock growing in wintei Returning eery lour No I m possibilities or Uncertain-tins- . would bo havo a Chicago lielleviie llaipit-a- l Or. ApplenunUasradiiatrcf Why, as well us in summer, It does not pay fcharo of tho Gould millions diverted into do you? It's u dangerous trip. Medical College, New Ycrk City, and the Klec- Kvery thing Fair, Honorricjl Medical Colk'gc,Tnroiito, Canada. He hai religious and charitable channols. Ono tho climate is subject to tho most sud " to havo them gain two pounds in sum Nothing Lrn Than Deutli. den changes. It goes to tho extremes of mer nnd lnso one pound in winter Tiade a tp'Cial study ol the diteaica he trratt'd in able, It u Ihe great llcllevue.ind Chirity Hoipital for sevwriter advises tho Gould children to Plain and Positive. Dashaway Stutter must bo dead. proved that tho winter is the tiino to eral years ami rtconnlm i.naiipcrinr in dl.ijnciii(; build tho largest and finest church in tho heat and cold. "Pooh! I won't mind that. I'vo lived haudloand train them, so that there will nnd trentiuit Chronic Diseatei. He devotes all Fee programme in tho Overtoil Why? world as a memorial of their father. chronic tiervom his time to the treatment for threo years in a steam heated Dashaway I invited him to dino with Now York Times. not bo a battle to conquer them when diseases of hothacxes andofhis aVill at and expert in an Buffalo Exprcbs. moat 7, and it's fivo minutes past. Life. older. It is proved that plenty of bed-- thisclasaot cases is wellesiablikhed Treats A Gigantic ltouiiet. ding adds to tho comfort of tho animals Ait Kju'vptioii. So Kind of Hit. Ono illle. Polairo sang recently the Cures "You Americans aro never still. It's and thereby induces better results froui comiosition of a well known sportsman hurry and bustlo nil day with you," said them, anil also adds greatly to tho value Acute and Chronic Catarrh, ning in Kars e, of tho manure by absorbing tho liquids. Oeiiniss, Disease ol Noic, Throat oftiur Fourth Annual Contest among in Paris, aud when tho song was finished tho foreigner. Kiitncv. Urinary and llladder trouhlci. It is proved that regular hours for feed- I.tinca. Disease, Diiltetrs, I)viieisU, a floral offering of uuiquo design was Agontd for lurgcbt clubs. Ilright's "Nover still, eh'f" retorted tho Amerior presented to her by the composer, not in can. "I guess you nover saw ono of our ing are most imiortuntif tho best results Khciimatiim aud I'uralysis, cured. aro debiral from tho amount of feed Fits piisitivcly tho form of a nosegay to carry in the hirftd men at work." Harper's Bazar. Agency for the Wixxr.Y Younj; or middle aged men aiillerin from irivcu. It is proved that all stock like hand or wear in her bosom, but a bouquet Impoteney, Kruptioni, theresullsol almuld cull lieloro It 11 too lato Knquiiii: in a prolilnblo businefs. It N occasional changes of feed, oven when errors or excesses, in tho shape of a life sized horso, nil of Tho Kiiiiio Old Thing. We xtirautee a cure if caie has not gone too far roses, which, propelled by a figuro in"How did yon enjoy tho rwrmon'f" tho change is uot from poor to bettor. Superfluous hair and all eruptions of the lace the bet bchool in ihe. world to jircimro permanently removed , side, walked out uion tho stago nnd put aeked her husband na alio rctnrnod from American Cultivator. one for a busiucM contact with tho its nose in her hand. This rather sur- church. passes Attalie Claire's full sized rocking Thing-not much. Xo ono had on any"Oh, public, a fiteppingtono to business Just the chnir, which so disturbed thu fair Lillian thing now." Washington Star. Aa Syphili, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, "tc, ThUiineprBJlon the traveling public cured by never falling remedies, .qualification and future prosperity. i last winter in Boston. Paris Letter. Disease oi wuiuen, such as I.eucofihe.1, painful uie when they find aomethiug that exactdiAVaan't He Itlght? Memtruatlon. Displacement ol Womb, bearinj ly what they waut. Thi exprenlon appllea Vc waut good Agontd to solicit for In short bad., A Nurssry State. "Did you enjoy yourself in tho coun- rectly to the Wiscouain Central Linen, which 11 duwn naina in carriesrelieved portable time. An old clo' man was called by a all his Instrument! The Doctor try, Johnny?" examine thu moil obscure eubscrijitions. by all to be "The Krnite'' Ircm Oii top room of a teneTho state of Oregon hosthirty-ainursnow admitted The iiiduccnicutfl nrt and comes prepared to woman up to tho Paul, Mlnneapolla, Aihlanil. Duluth, medical and 1urgic.1l easel. eries, covering l,."in acres aud contain"You bet. And tho funniest thing I ment. incurable dicases but curei extra good. lie undertakes no die. Their don He anrt all pointa In the Northweit. seen was tho hired man unmilkin th given up to After ho hud climbed tho stairs and ing about 0,000,000 young trees, and dally train lervlce and fine equipment offcri In- hundreds have upward of 100.000 acres cows." Indianapolis Journal. was puffing away sho turned to a whimducement which can not he aurpaited. ENQUIRER COMPANY, through PullCONSULTATION FREE Thla h Ihe only line running both f of growing trees. of this acreChlca-gpering infant aud said: man Klrat Cla and Touriat Slecperi from A Spacious Hock Ribbed Truth. in apples, CINCINNATI, O. And Confidential. Addreis "Now, if you don't keep quiet the age is in prunes, to Pacific Coaat Pointa without change. Somebody says that a man can get h in apricots and tho remainder J S AITLKMAN, M. D, Kor full information addren your neareit tickragman will taho you. I haven't anyPauengtrand et agent rr Jamea C Pond. General Louisville, Ky thing- to sell today. I merely wanted to in various kinds of traits. Philadelphia roaring drunk on water. Well, so he Ticket Agent, Chicago, 111. can on land. Texas Sittings. Ledger. Chips. frighten the child." Thing M-iy- r "Tho movement on the part of tho above trio who lives In n, flat: houso of representatives looking to the ' There's lady uo mm minions wuni.i wit.ii iut. investigation of tho bushics inrtliotl of If iI ivuu It too istrongly In speaking Uko that, put Niitl a gov- tho excciitivo dotwrtments." I'll amend so that Hatnn may tdmko her. eminent official the other evening, "isn She doesn't enro "shucks" If I register kicks Ani blacken the nlr with profaning; inovo in tho right direction. If the com- To her little plnno slio cleverly sticks, New System deeded. SHE PLAYS THE PIANO. FEEDING THE CATTLF. $500 REWARD. We rfill pay the Liver Comnmnt, We rArd for any cue ol TABLER'Spil C 0INMNT NOTMJT jm-r-- t, nx I l. . - CURB ijll' V--- v J I 1 I TO THE I. ADZES. I I o tclrcl-elwltha- n itin , V. en-tir- o Soft-rni- J I I r, Sal-al-r- e, orer-exrrti- pij.-rsJo- f e, cc-ce- ." 1 .. & "MOTHERS FRIEND" UflSaSk --. I if-j- re-"- it 1 I 1 - i I Maku 1 I I iosti:i. GODEVS rcr 1 I Ml x s Portraits JHKErgo ! ' J. S. GOOD PAY English Specialist, For or Gentlemen bo-for- o $5 to $500 Cash! I wi-el- i News-Recor- d. I flat-house- ." ( j -- 1 Permanently - WeeKiy Eoquirer x$ r, "wfcS Coosli-patio- a, . Blood nnd SkJu Disease. gen-eral- x St. One-hal- o oue-fonrt- h one-tent- & .& 'n -- "- ? r M"T,v ' xt, OEM! Weekly Interior Journal! Diiksh coats and vusIh for Blo or runt. II. J. Mclloberts. I IIkkiinh A Watts have advanced tho es ranged I from $J0 toSLlO Mt. Sterling prico of coul Stanfobd, Ky., Januaiiy 20, IBM Block. w r you tired a ctirput, Sovernnco & Son. K. eun our nuw cunt n Imslii'l all around, making beat Jtdlico irc. Kkkdkd. and settle. What you owu A. A. Vnrrun. Garotte A year-ol- mnndnoed K,o.wAiTON,BUH.ManaRer Klkin paya the highest murket prico for f ura, ueuf hides, Ac, Hkmkjiiii'.h M. it bad. Accounts all copied. Please call Mit. W. B. McUoiiKins now has the handsomest drug store in this section MEANS BUSINESS. Wanted. 100,000 dozen oggaht 271 and tho girls ciy hu has also tho handEsokavino beautifully and nrtiatirnlly cents and thu same number of pounds of somest prescription e'erk. just received. Also a nice line of Dress Ginghams left over from last butter at 25 cents. W. II. Wcaren A Jonu nt A. K. l'eiiiiy'u. season to close at 5 cents, worth 10. Don't forget the handsome Tin; Knoxvillu Division of the L. V Bov your hooka and nchob) BuiiplifH ol Co. nil kinds (rout A. It. runny, who buIIh N. is doing all it ctn to relieve tho tight Tiik Middlesboro News says tho Watts tlit'in at publislior'H prices." coal market in lniisville. Chief Disyour watch, clock nutl joweiry iron furnaces at that place aro ready for patcher W. F. .Sheridan tells us that he IIavk rnpnired at A. H. I'onny'a. All work blowing in. Well, let them blow, and is sending 250 cars a day and giving coal We are giving with every $io's worth of goods. Ask for a ticket. warranted. stop your bio wing about ill trains thu same right of track as passenKkmkmiikk that all silverware watchea. My nccounU are ready and duo and I ger trains. Coal cars are in such derlnxH, Ac, bought at A. H. l'enny'a wil! be engraved frco of chnrce. will take it as a favor if thos indebted mand that orders have been ifsued to Opposite Coffey House. to mo will call at oucu and settle, as I am tho agents to liavu tho section forces unPERSONAL POINTS. in need of money. II. C. Kupley. load them on the ground, if tho con signeu docs not remove thu coal in 48 Kout in laid up with an absccei Jack PunciiASKits bit) lug l's worth of goods hours. in bin bend. or over, living at Kowland, will get James P. Tribble, a prominent citi Miss Louiei: Hailkv will entertain thu Tiik Wkatiikk. Homo poet in telling zou of Richmond, died, aged 53. their fare paid back one way and the Uleti Club of a lovesick but bashful couple says Mrs. Nancy Tribble, wife of the late Mit. Ham M. Owknb has been confined goods deliiered by Tho Louisvillo that "all thoy could talk about was tho Alexander Tribble, died at her home Store. bud witli a throat trouble. to his neighbors and tho weather." For tho near Richmond of paralysis. She leaves Mua. J. K. Oaho.v, of thu Hint Kutl, !h I iiavk filled all of my houses with .Dealers In. last full month tho latter subject ban an tstatu worth $150,000. G. Carpenter. the kuvbL ' M" splendid ice and will bo ready to supply been foremoat in every conversation and Mias Kliza Huston, aged about 45, a Mua. A. Hays went to Louisville my customers whenever they desire. 1 news- daughter of the into Samuel Huston, rela- will meet any competitors in prices. Jas. filled about half the space in thu Wednesday to spend a week with papers, so remarkably Bevero has boon of the West End, died suddenly in Cintives. P. Bush. the spoil. Like tho poor, who are always cinnati Tuesday, at which placu she had Mk. and Mas. John W. Kout spent Claiikncb 11. Tatk has bought a half with us, the cold seems to hare come to bean living for some time. Wednesday with their daughter, Miss interest in tho storo of Mr. John 8. stay. It snowed Monday night and .ue, at Danville. NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. Hughes and work of invoicing was Tuesday morning the mercury was away Hkwiis. It. M. Mo8, T. S. Miller and begun yesterday. Tho stylo of tho tlrm below zero again. Then it started apII. T. Noel, of Garrard, wei't up to will be Hughes A Tate and thu I. J. wish parently to resumu its normal mark and Opora House. At yesterday. AnyWednesday saw it rise above tho freez es them much success. Plows, and Queonaware, LodAN Dksny and Carroll Shanks are in Farming lug point, but another cold waye, which both learning tint banking busini'Hi in Hurr. W. P Pikk was here this week was predicted, swept down that night tlio Fanuvrh Ilank & Trust Co.'aolllce. seeing after thu boya. Ho pays that when and yesterday morning showed a fall of Mum. J. II. Monin, after a change of schedule is made Feb, Oth, XIk. an about 25. Thu sun shone brightly all HpendinR several weektt at Mr. 0. J. he will arrange for the day trains to meet day, but it had litttlo effect on thu snow Crow's, returned to Xolin, Wednes- at Junction City and make connections . and ice, so far as melting it was concernday. with thu C. S. if pOHsiblo. ed, and thu thermometer didn't rise Mit. J. T. Wam.kk, formerly headUltfct from hl enormous Srw York City tucceit B. F. Jo.sks A Son, ol tlio Double higher than 20 during the day. The at thu New Park Theatre In hi new tcreamcr, quartered at How land, ash at the throtThe firm of McRobcrts & Higgins having dissolved, from now on Htore, will keep our renders posted this Lord knows how long thu tiling is going tle of I will run the business alone at the old stand on the corner opposite year on the bargains they aro constantly to last and may Hu havo .mercy upon us the court house. By close attention to business, fair and polite dealmiserable sinners. Pijuihk.I. H. Muui'iiv is bauk from receiving and olfering. For every 510 Under the marnscitcnl of ings I hope to increase my business beyond what it has ever been. Just iiH wo had ilnished that prayer, Texas. Hm brought wiveral jack rabbit worth (,( goods bought of them thoy give Washington sent us Col. : Theodore : I loppenheitncr. Being perfectly aolc to disconnt every dollar's worth of goods I buy, a linn portrait of yourself or friend. See thu weather man at warn as trophic of some hunts ho took and by keeping open early and late I will be able to, and will, sell you the following: "The weather Friday their ad. while there. will bo fair and warmer." Ho mote it the same quality of goods Mit. P. W. GitiiKN was in Cincinnati Stam-'oiiHgaiu has a branx band. The be. New and Original Songs, Wednesday, While there he bought a new instruments jii6t received aro proNew Streaks of Fun. hnmlhomu "Newport bari" to run be- nounced splendid and the boys are prac CHURCH AFFAIRS. I will handle the very best goods I can possibly buy and by sodoing tween this place and Rowland. ticing every night. The following young think I can give every customer the worth of his money. I will conBev. K O. tiuerrant is holding a MadisBy the daath of a rich aunt in men compose tho baud: W. B. Penny, meeting in Charleston, S. C, nnd will do London's tinue to charge goods to prompt paying customers, but it must be W. A. Tribble, Kb on, our townsman, Mi. I'lavfoii- - jeir at the 'Innd Opera House cornet; Joe F. Waters, solo lib cornel; understood that when accounts arc due they must be paid. Cliicu fo, ouring the World's Kair. legatee to a considerable Peter Strauh, Jr., 2d Bb cornet, B. I). so till February. become a v The Climax says uo services were Open until 9 o'clock each night. amount. Mnrriai!bii ciils will plosse Danks, Kb clarionet; W. If. Brady, Bb Dancing, Singing and Laughter held at the Kiclimoud Inst Hundnyon "FT. tT. mske a note of this. clarionet, W. II. Wearen, 1st alto; Will of the cold weather. Galore. of London, JlMMIK VlNCKST BOIIKINH, N. Crnlg, 2d alto; Carroll Bailey, tenor; -- Plans for a magnificent $20,000,000 Anil a wont ctne your wi n;ain in two Col. band. Clay, Jr., of Lv,itiitnii, and W. B. McKinnev, baritone; Will .Severvr?, CAN VOU MlSS If cathedral at Rome, to give employment of Bit; Stone dap, Va., John W. For, Jr., ance, tuba. to 1,000 workmen for six yeais, arubo-inworebe.e Wednvadny to attend a meetprepared. Tni: cobl, or something else, baa causing of the directors of the Cumberland for 20 Kev. IJdward Clark, D. D to keep ed thu would bo 3 Valley Jjind Co. Ids riht pretty quiet lately. Judge Carton tells yeais pastor of tho Now York Churoh of J as. it. Nu.nmju.ky, who had of our puMir school, wc will At wrist slichtlj cut in a wreck when com-in- t us that he Iirs not had but one wise since tho Puritan, denounces ibo "tyranny of a fourthe e!oe sul'Siiiption .hool Ml months " home from New York during tlie tho middle of Christm is and th.it was a thu Presbyterian Assembly. FEBRUARY 20TH, 1893. Bev. W. A. Slay maker will preach hohduyp, Iihs had the, misfortune to 110 line imposed on Jake Cook, colored, People of Lincoln county, call at Ilustonvillc, Kentucky, at ntthu Presbjteriau church each Sunday All brn-hc- i ... tauM that..thftinlrcn may desire C H HUI.M1.S l'rliiclpal, citch cold in the wound and has beun for getting drunk. Whisky, which is . . ..... .. . IllUKAlUa V, Siiil yi im .MISS 1.1.1 I la-is n at 11 a. m. and 7 r. si. He believes in usually the cause of disturbances, for n week with it. confined to bin congre-gttioand M. C. K. Uk.stry received n letter dangerous article, at present, especially. promptness be on hopes that tho time. u hand in ample will from his brother Dick, a A little too much might m tho cunso of this week Thu Twelfth Annual Statu Conven- ' KOTHIEIOR TliomasvilK Un.stritini; thntlio is do-i- the froexiug to death of the fellow w ho tion of tho Young Men's Christian Assosplendidly and has Rained 12 pounds. took tlio dooe. ciations of Kentucky will be held in EJvcry Jim Gentry, who was in bad hunttli Bim-.v- . Mr. W. A. Howard and his Winchester, Feb. 23 to 2(5 inclusive. Tin .si A.NTOKM, KENTUCKY. is when he went to attend his brother, little son, three years old, of Flnt Lick, names of leading christian workers are also doing nicely. Knox county, were hero Tuusdaj to tost among those, announced to participate. Hattug purchmed of A T. Nunncllfy hi livMr. W H. Wooikso.v, of Knox, was tlio elllcacy of tho mad Atone, owned by It is expected that there will be nearly ery himncn can bo lomid at his old stand ready bore this week. !! is county superin or night. the tho late Mr. LoaIs Dudderar. They 300 young men and business men at this to ait onbut public st any time day Nothing tundent, n good democrat and a splendid were bitten on the day before by a mad gathcriiiL!. gentleman. Mr. Woodson is desirous of FIRST-CLAS- S : TURNOUTS dog, thu father receiving a bitu in tho lip being deputy collector under the now anil my pricef. will be as hll leiM' my stable and the son :i slight one on thu cur. The FARM AMD TRADE ITEMS. law a the lowest Duu't forget my Stanford and ndministration and w hereby uud hereowom Kiwland 'bus line. worked satinfactorily and both I will soon have my Spring Goods, Call in and get a Bargain, as in endorse liim for it. Win. Moreland bought of J E. Farfather and sou went home feeling much my Winter Goods must go. Thu board of lady commissioners ol cuder. They weru accompanied by Mr. ris a bunch of hogs at Cc. J. SOLOMON. tho World's Fair aro preparing an exhibWin. Moreland bought of various W. H. Woodson, a clover ueighborof Mr. it of books by Kentucky authoresses, Howard. parties a lot of hogn at 51 to Gjc. As e hae rented our (aim and will moe to which will include the poeniH of Mrs. This is fearful weather on lainbq and Indiana the tint of Feb will sell to the high A. C SINK j. N. MENENC Kugcniu Dunlap Potts, formerly of 12 Kowiani) Itkms. Little F.lla, the thu farmers are losing them by tlio htm crt bidder nt our place H nulo Irom Hubble, on and Mrs. J. I. McKinney, late of months-oldaughter of Mr. mid Mrs. dred. 26, '93, THURSDAY, Garrard, but now living in Montgomery. J. P. Kent ns, is very ill of pneumonia. Foit S.m.k. Two gooil milk cows. The following personal property: 3 Stamford-br- . Ala. Mrs. J. W. Cirrier ;s confined to her bed Will sell cheap. Apply to Jell' Jones, d liillet, a ijooJ roadttera, combined marc, brown xtandard bred bay mnre by I'ltiinm, with maUrial fever. -- Mr. J. W. Kamsey, Stanford. years old, VICINITY. foal by In lime, hay mare CITY AND inarr formerly of this plnce, now of Lexington, foal by George Tarkcnton, a fiuo saddle lioise, Rest shipping cattlo are quoted at bay stallion, three years old, sired by Skk Danks, the Jeweler, in the now was here this week, on his return from i.S5 in Cincinnati, best butcher hogs at djin by t'llimut, year n bay saddle . saddle a ery line one nv Sandidgc's tq see, his T.SOand sheep 3 to 5L Mt. Vernon, where he went block-Vayettc Chief, dam llelle, by Stonewall Jaclwm, mother, Mrs. Cyrena Ramsey, who is llreczo Wilkes W.ntk:. A reliable party to take jr .sorrel horse, a years old by buggy horse, 3 vases and coid hods uh".p at A. very ill. A good many bnikeinen are dam by I'ltiinus, a good, gentle Coai. 120 owes on shares. Call at once. Wil- jrars old, fine saddle colt by In 'lime, dam by A. Wai run's. fllcc Moiifuali. Jr , t yearling colt by Wilkes Hoy, Jr., layine oil' on account of thu cold weath- liam Moreland, Stanford. . dam by Abdullah Metsengcr, t good family hone, Cordier will soon move Fikkst chamber setH ever brought to er. S. II. llnughman it Son sold to Jones t good uork mule, 4 j cars old, 16 hands high, MKS. A. W.JAMES. mute, good drill, good as into his new house. Mr. G. W. Steph- Rros., to go to Missouri, a saddle stallion new hay rae, a WalterwheatWood mower, anow, a W. II. WEARKN town nt Forris it Hardin's. good A. and harness, a strong road carts, t spring ens is back at the stoie auaiu, after u and a 3 year-oljack for J075. wagon, good surrey, a splendid hog box, I Oliver Yorn account is ready. Call and sot month's illness. Klsie, tho and S. II. Baughnian hud several horses Chilled l'low, riding plow in good order, ol" othlives, tie. I mean von. A. U. Penny. er fanning implements Seen stands child of Mr. and Mrs. Mollis Carrier, entered in tho combination sale at Dan- about 1.500 pounds of meat, 50 barrels of corn, 10 died Tuesday and was buried in Kiitlnlo ville, but they went so low hu withdraw stacks ot hiy. thorouuh'irtd Jersey cow givlnp Wantkii.-Ooo- d Hoarders by day or week. ll gals, of milk per day and a good outter row, Cumetery Wednesday. .WITH. cow half Jersey, a heifir three innrtcts Mrs. T. M. White. rooms. them. Household and kitchcu liirniture, 3 good coal Sam Spoonamore sold to Holdam A stoit-- and nrplsrdid cook stove, No 7. Wih:n Sweeney, Alvido Jc (ioetzecall Wi: aro nuking a specialty of Ariz-onunder Terms Sums of McCluru n lot of butcher stuU'ut 2J cents siuount a credit of Jiu and withoutcash; ovrr that montns intorst. Newarranted. od their organization 'Tlio Model Mincook stoves. Kvery one fully O Hank Ar gotiable psyab'c Herrin, ' strels" they did not inisniunu it, for it is aud toforS70. of Rockcastle, a pair of Trust Co notesStunford, in the fannerssworn. , of Ky. W. H. WeurumfcCo. d joi: a- n a model one in nearly every particular. oxen Hnb.!. Ky. A reliablw homo paper says that And are strictly 'm it on anything in lions, to tlio wife of sUmvo Ituanull, a Their performance at Walton's Opera , mares in foal should not be allowed to Mr. Tilford girl. Her House Monday night was tho best of the is thu happiest man in the county. kind ever seen there nnd thu uproarious drink heartily of cold water, as it is pro&T"iTV-Q- 3 ductive of abortion. laughter and a,.p!ausu which continued Tiik Frank Ohtlord, who died suddenThu Georgetown Times reports n almost f oi)i thu rise to thu fall of the ly in Lexington this week, was not tho tho enjoyment of thu slim cro.vd and but 125 cattlo on the curtain, atteoted former depot agent here, as many eup eiowd. In thu first, part thu etago was market Monday. Cattle sold at 3 to pose. ' beautifully set. The perfoimera weru and good broke mules 5100 to $140. M. F. Klkiu bought of R. I). Holtx-claAt ticks to Suit the Most FastidiWn.t call anywhere betweon .Stanford costumed in white and blacksatin, n lot of 250 pound licgs at (5c and a ous. A complete line of tiers, and arranged in and Kowland for passengers between W. Green, pioprietor also covered with satin, thoy presented couple of butcher cattle nt 2lc. Ho also those points. P. (!c. a gorgeousluppcr.iriiiice. Thu music was bought a lot of hogs of Sampson at Stanford and Rowland liad: line. John Hndeisonsold to Catron, of line, tho jokes new, tliu clog dancing arTiik Widow Murphy's Gu.it ntid his tistic, Alvido's jugglery unsurpassed and Pulaski, a bunch of yearling heifers and company will moke fun for our amueo llyera' rope'performaiices beyond com- steers ut 21 cents and bought of tho same at Walton's Opera House pare. Hassel, the female, impersonator, party a pair of maro mules for $205. The Largest Stock to select from. Prices alwas as Low as the low uoxt Wednesday night. In the cast is is a good one, but that kind of business Tho Advocate Bays that 31 head of est. Mr. Thos. Dalton has charge of Jewelry Department. WatchMisa I.illio LaKose, said to bu au unusu- always makes us stiller that tired feel- stock sold tho first day of Bright it Fox's es, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and Warranted. ally fine vocalist. "Pastimes on the combination pale at an averago of $155.-5ing. Tho Ting V., belonging to Tom Ynager, of fun aud sout Killkii His KuoriiKU. A dispatch Lawn," was chock full And Farris Simp-bou- 's tho audienco away in it very happy of this place, sold to Dunn & Fox for Old Gold and Silver taken in exchange for goods. from Lancaster enya that of $205. Complicated Watch Repairs and gun was accidentally discharged mood. Mr. Goct.o, thu business man There were 1,000 cattlo on the mark of on thu Thanking my friends and the public generally for their liberal paArtistic Engraving a Specialty. while hunting near Jluckeyo and tho tho firm, is ono the cleverest to recom- - et Monday nnd many changed hands, , road and it gives us pUii3nr imam tirotner tronage in the past year, I hope to merit a continuance by polite at reload entered his WI ,.!,;, .)i lut ilied in a mend him to managers as im honest, ' Good cattlo brought fair prices; work Alt goods sold engraved tree of cbaige .1 ... ..r.i ,.t H...V... A. R. PENNY. irUlll lllU UllCfclO tention, honest gooes and fair prices. e)"Vourp.itroua. respectfully solicited d gcntlonuii. cattle sold for f & lo S5 per yoke. Hors- quiet and short time. in cash. milium n sold to B. O. Fox a harnesu mare for $'.)lo. A. T. Nunnelley'B mure, which was driven with Mr. Baughinnn's uutu and entered in Bright it Fox' combination Bale, was taken down at $250. Hugh Colyer sold 22 mules 15 hands high, 2 years old, atSlOO. C. J. Hcott A Bro. sold to Z. Pace k Bro 100 barrels ot corn at $2 and lot to feed it on. II. F. Judy bought at Lexington 25 dehorned cattlo weighing 1,100 at 80. Winchester Domocrat. County Court trade was dull Monday, as tho crowil was small and stock scarce. Capt. Meredith sold 22 head of medium cattle at :5,17J and 8 head of common ttulTat 3. Gentry Bros, bought 8 head of cotton inulm at $1)0 to S150 and Kmpry, Dunn A Fox bought 3 at $'J5 to $115. Danville Advocate. M. H. B.i d '. THE LAD8ES Arc invited to call at tho CASH BARGAIN beautiful line of STORI-- : 5 and see our NEW HAMBTTBCrS AND LACES, oj&jiroisr PORTRAITS B. F. JOISTS & SON", FARRIS & HARDIN, to Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, thing Wagons, Implements. Most: Mid-illcab- Walton's Stoves, "Wednesday, ALFRED Jan. 25 KELGY, STOP AND READ ! south-boun- d Widow Murphy's Goat, .A.S CHEAP AS AUSTST OUSTS. Greatest Success nt MoBOBEHTS. 1 g Subscription School. law-break- ers iCUiTONYJCILILJlilj IKY. d It-- w. o. raTjrrcxmras, -- The Cheap Bargain Store. and Feed Stable, 1 1 Am Closing Out My WinterStoek. & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The and Yard Icpot Street, Stanford, Ky. umd-ston- u - FTJBIiZC SAI12 Ijiii-cist- er. ,t JAN. 1 1 111 111 to 1 year-ol- d Ual-llo, lior-"-- STANFORD LUMBER YARD, Poil-muste- r 1 1 lin-gle- c d 1 1 WE Begin the New Year Ktf 1 1 s a 4 - 9t-t- 2W 0 fim: Tffl)ll?!N! ,a grand-father- Mcs-so- r, 1 D. cBl ia jmo HARDWARE&GROCERIES W. H. WSAEEN & CO. THE JEWELER, 1 w bond-painte- d semi-circle- d Ao Bo And Watches, Clocks DRUGGIST AND JEWELER FENNY.9 booi.s:e:lxh. ment-lover- s nfter-piec- e, 0. Jewelry SILVERWARE. Engraving: Beautifully and Artistically Done. I high-tone- htsHir &! ' ,. j. vi-- : wrmt" u IMHMRflnnMHMMMNiMSMHnMMMMMHiMMBHMMaaBiiaiMHi (BSJilWHJil I rci"" - MiiiiwfcwMHBIICM '""i " ?" ftr ,i ''flrHlJjBV-tf- rv?g jv fW"--)- aragTBa I T ! i 5osSlSTiwr wj' 4 A Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal MOTHER'S COOP-BY- A REMARKABLE COURTSHIP. t v'. r. r corn-leone 1.500 carling Mare Mules, fool col- an d good Mules. Tr D. M.CRKIGHTON. Kingswlle, Lincoln county, Ky southdown ituck Cemes to you every other day In th car Strength. for only $;). The cheapest and best paper In the corporate limits of Rowland. Publtahel Evry Tuesday ant. Friday "It wns when I was boss of railroad i yn. kch inrci mouini, 11 nnmivKr AT shanty at Greshnm, O.," said tho little Address Tim Aiivocatk, Danville, Ky. II H. .1, DARST. Rowland. ?3 PBRYBAR IX ADVAN CK Vou leaye us to seek for employment, my boy; man whoso turn to toll n yarn camo Ity the world you have yet to be tried; yWheu not aopatd 33.50 will be charged." in all the temptations and struggles you meet, nest, "that I was an eyewitness to what But X). A. S. iatn about to relate, and I tell you, May your heart in the Savior confide. tm m that Grcsham was n mighty The success of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy tlKALBR SUROEO.V DENTIST. K.b. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hold last to the right, hold fast to the right, wild, lonely 6pot in those days and houhos In effecting a speedy cure of Colds, Croup and Office over McRoberts Drug Store In the n Wherever your footitcpi may roam ; Whooping Cough has it Into great dewero a milo apart. But that was before mand. Messrs PontiusDrought of Cameron, Ohio, Owsley Building. Train nava Rowland at 700 . ra., returning Oh, forsake not the way of salvation, my boy, St Son, (4 s:o p. m. tho railroad was built. say that it has gained a reputation second to none tauferd And Country Produce, That you learned from your mother at home. Queen, of "The gang of men boarded and lodged In that vicinity. Jas M evr used Johnston, W. Has opened his stock of coods and Is ready says is me nest ne LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. is. i' jones, vi, Winona, Miss, sass.1 "Chamberlain's John B. Cattleman. You'll find fn your satchel a Bible, my boy; serve the people of Stanford nnd vicinity. I It w at tho shanty, but I was moro fortunate, druggist, A O. l.snhani oneriug unhcaru 01 liargains and all who waat book of all others the best; alperfectly reliable good goods at the lowest possible prices should Mail train going North ...u 40pm It 'Tl the you to lise, it will help you to die, for I lodged with a widow who had a Cough Remedy Is nnd it never tailed Ito have the ways warranted it give will teach j pm call on him on Logan Avenue, South...... pretty daughter who was keeping com- most persect satisfaction." ottles for sale And lead to the gates of the blest. ..... 1151pm Eiprsss train " South pany with a young backwoodsman, and by W. II. McRoberts, drnggut, .Stanford, Ky. am k North- ............ e . to .......;33 am I gavo you to God In your cradle, my boy, Local Freight North..- .I bad tho spare clwuiber over tho living BAUGHMAN, South ....5 jcp m for children " 'says I have taught you the best that I knew: room. Tho lover wus a big, brawny fel- It Inbuviuga cough medicinedruggist ol Ogden, Th tatter train alto carry passengers. A Walker, a prominent FIRS AND STORM And at long as His mercy permits me to live, low, who caina lato to do his courting, Utsh, "never be afraid to buy Chamberlain's The. abort ia calculated on standard time. Solar 1 shall never cease praying for you. Cough Remedy. There is 110 danger from it and nd whoso voice bouuded liko tho Bcrap-Ing- s relief is always sure to follow. I particular rein it about o minutes fatter. Your father is coming to bid you of a buzz saw. commend Chamberlain's because have found It Representing..,.. Oh, how lonely and sad we shall be QUEEN A CRESCENT ROUTE. "Ono night, as I Bat at my window to be safe and reliable. It is intended especially lor Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. Rut when far from the scones of your childhood nnoking my first pipe, I heard his steps ootties tor sate ny w. u. McKotierts, druggist, Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; and youth, Trains pass Junction City as follow : outsidoand saw his great bulk coming Stanford, Ky. You'll think ot your father and me. Florida Special ictolp. ra.; Fait d through tho trees. It was unusually BARBEE&CASTLEMAiN Manchester, of Manchester, Knjj.; Mail 11:50 p. m.; Fast line ttiij a. a. Million Frlcndd. I want you to feel (very word I have said, early for him, but I know that the toast A friend InAneed is a friend indeed, and "Otlrss Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Special arrives at 8 :ao p. ra. TSS MANAGERS, For it came from the depths of my love, was clear. But what was this? Ho did than one million have found just such a friend in Special learet at 6 mo d And, my boy, il we never racd you on earth, Consumption, Dr. King's New not usually como on all fours, as ho was Coughs and Colds. Discovery forrevcr used this Commerce Building-- , Louisrllle Ins. Co. of North America. . m.; Fast Mill 11:50 p. m.; Florida Special II have Will you promise to meet us above ? now approaching tho house. I looked great Cough Medicine, you trial will convince you All of which are Companies. 1 wouU one p. m.; Fait Line 3.15 a. m. (Printed In loving memory of a devoted and true again and saw my mistake. be pleased to wait enmy friends in this line. Pol. powers in all Agents throughout the South. that 'Some neigh- eases itolhas wonderfjt curative Lungs. F.ach disbotthe Throat, Chest and icies promptly issued, Will Insure against torna selections.) wife, from her own bor's dog,' I thought, but I was glad to tle Is guaranteed to do all that Is claimed or mon does, wind storms and lightning. Lightning claus. bo out of tho way of such a powerf ul ey will be refunded. Trial bottles free at A. R. esattachnt witVtut additional charge Pen-i- t s dtug store. Large bottles 50c and $1. "W. NO POCKETS IN A SHROUD. . TSIBBLI, Local Agrtnt, Office at First National Bank, Stanford. mastiff. "Miss Nancy was rocking and Binrintr What matters woalth wheu we have left this earth! In tho room beneath. I had n curiosity W. Beneath one sod, alike, lie rich and proud. to seo if tho dog would walk in upon her, What lasts beyond the grave, alone, is worth! jL!f and peeped through tho cracks in tho There are no pockets in a tihroud. I. U. 1IRUCK. THOMASYEACER pino flooring. Office South sals Main street, The spendthrift aad the miter close rtw JTT uthif ttcu BRUCE YEAGER, " 'Jehosaphatr I nearly yelled, for it HurTiuan, Stanford, Ky vscated by Dr. L May jostle in the mating crow J; 'o was no dog, but !. Aft 'tttXxr'i bluek bear, and ho At last bcthsleep the same eternal sleep, " had swung tho door open liko 11 human UV.ll FEED AND SAL! STABLE, And neither has a pocket in his shroud. and trotted in. '"air Paradise Is paved throughout with heavenly STANFORD, KY. "Liko all women who expect compagold; Of.all VI lids, ny, Jliss Nancy was not to bo taken by No earthly dross has ever been allowed surprise, blio heard him fast enough, We are In our new stable in the Opera House Made and Sot Up in All Partsjof As ballast in the bolt of the grim ferryman lllcck and are supplied with but went on rocking nnd ringing with Thero are no pockets in a shroud tho Country. her back to lu'm. No Agents e mplojrd No golden crowbar opens tho pearly gales NEW RIGS AND HORSES "Then ho stood upon his hind feet and Let millionaires for mercy cry aloud I. ul W. ADAMS ( SON, llavebecu purchased and notl When living. The poor are waiting for your alms throw liis arms about her and hugged turnou ts ill leave the aublv No.4 llrosdway, l.esmcton, Ky, her till I thought I heard tho Door irirl's bones crack, but I couldn't havo moved ATare no pockets in a shroud. Give or spoken to havo saved my life. T T sun, jn. T r CIARS.I, Shop, ' 'You're lato, Dill,' I heard her say. JesseThompson's Barber THE COLDEST WINTERS. wACroara of Tarter Baking Powder. H ghest ot in leavening strength. Latest United State Ginuuo anothor hug.' There are three of the best llirbers in the State The Drpaent protrautod coltl snap has jO eminent Food Report. Rcoms run In "There was no anwer. naturally, but There are also excellent Rath Steam Laundry con' caused overybody to talk about th8 cold- tho boar hugged her ogitin, bhiveriug nectinn Agent lor Lexington .I'kACrKAL... ROYAL BAKING POWDERCO., tho to6 Wall street, New York. est winters. For their benefit we pub back of tho rocker. Plumbers and Steam Fitters. lish from the Courier-Journa list of "Easy, Bill; yer huggin tho cheer. ZE3I. Healers tn all kinds of Iron and llrass (or tho coldest days for the last half century: Wot yor been eatin? Seems liko yer steam and water Samt wy tl wis of all kinds. All ROWLAND. KY.. 1S43, February t6, 4 below. breath ain't nnt'ral.' work guaranteed sjunit defective material aad workmanship l34f, January so, 3 above. F. B. RII,BY,'.Proprletor,'Tho bear gavo Miss Nancy another DEALER IN GROCERIES, HARDWARE, J7 loots and Shoes, Clears and Tobacs OhU 1845, Decembers, 10 below hug, nnd Ins paw swiped her cheek as ho y - -- - Kentucky. 1846, December aS, 7 below. take by the barrel. W UlverSalt for sale did so. It mado her mad. produce in exchange for rxls at market puce 1847, Januiry n, v below. llrodhrad I have moved to my new Hotel and am better " 'Yer meaner nor snakes, Bill. I'vo I am also agent lor the old reliab'c these poodsToin and will Wp a full line of Co. prepared than ever to accommodate the public. 1348, January 10, t below. moro than n mind to gin yer tho bhake, baccosnnd all I ask of the merchants o! Manford stock, "Good Livery attached and every convenience 1849, February 19, 7 below. I will Give me a call. nn I will if yer don't hug prettier nor and Itowland is to five me their orders andnnees 1S50, February 19, i abose. or staniokd.;ky , houses at Factory FRANK RILEY. nut the goods r7 xer nmi no moro grip nor n Thanlin; thein their for liberal patronage, I ask a iimi. public 1831, January 31, zero. tsncwlwiiy orjsnircd and icady lor busiaest wita coutlnuouce of time, and remain your obfdlent mouse. Why don't yer talk home?" 1857, January 19, 11 below. J. H. HILTON, J;iyr "At thnt moment Hill himself aiincared servant. Notice to the Traveling Public. 1853, February 19, 8 j below. Paid up OapiUl of - - $200,000. on tho scene, nnd Mr. Bruin retreated. 1854, February 33, 4 below. ......I have had Surplus, . .a 000 1835, February 35, 4 below. Thero was no scrimmage, for bears in HOUSE) i8"6, January to; 33.J below. Ohio wero as tamo ns kittens, but ni I 'S37, January 19, 14.5 below. SUCCIUSSOH to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL withdrew my eyo from tho crack I heard At Rowland repainted anl nicely furnished and 1853, February 13, 10 3 below. UANK OK STANIORD. Notice Is hereby Riven Hint we, the undersign-d- , in connection with Hotel one of the best saMiss Jfnncy saying to tho young man: 5iae agreed to lorni a charitable, A have 1639, December 33, 13.4 below. loons lit the State, open day and night; anight "'I kinder reckoned, Bill, tlint yer cligiojs corporation pursuant lo Chapteror f,Kenand .'fow closin; up) with the same asieta and under snan meets all trains. In connection with ilousr i8r December 31, 4 below. huggin wero powerful weak, nn I 'lowed ts anendtnciits of the (jcncral I Statutes the same manapment. have also one of ths best Mineral wells In the Mali I "Si, February 13, aero. and tucky Said Ily prnsisiansof Itschailer, depcsilors are as und for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs to mnko yer git n new cheer, but I never be known ascoiporation shall tar the name Saint the Evangelical Koiormed 1867, February ti, 3 below. Infully prelected as aie depositors lu Naliooal G. W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Buspicionetl it wero n real bear or I'd lohn's Concreiratioii itOltcnhcim. I mcoln Coun llsnVs, its sharrtoldert being held individually gram, Erin, Tenn , A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. 1S53, January 18, zero. ty, Kentucky. It priucipal placo of transacting liable to the eileot ol the amount of their stock I). E. Proctor, C. II. llraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. V. 'u' been kinder scared.' 1864, January 1, 10 below. shall be at Otttenhcim, in Lincoln Counbusiness therrm at the pr value the reol. In addition 10 the Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. V, it. Johnson, nature "That beat all tho domestic comedies ty, Kentucky. The generalprovide of the iSos, January 38, 6 below. amount invested in such shaies It may act as New Haven, 11m Cor. Oreembunr. Rates Ja per the members to be transacted is to estcutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully at day. J. M. Petrey, clerk. Give me a call 1866, February 15, 3 below. I over bnw," concluded tho littlo man with thepreaching ol the Holy Ciospeland all othan individual . v. u,Kt.ir.is, rrop. gsoiy 1S6;, February 10, 11 below. cheerfully n ho refilled his pipe, and wo er means of grace There thnll ne no capital To those who entrusted their bulsiness to ui tuck. The corporUion shall commence its S63, January 30, 4 below. while mrugintl th Linuln National Hank ol all coincided with him. Detroit Freo on the first day of February, 1893, and Stanford, va heir lender our manv thanks and 1869, December a8, below. Press. hall exist for 50 jeata, ending January ji, toav trust tbey will continue to transact their buunMl JL.A.ND SALE. 1870, February 31, a below. TbeorhceMOf the congregation shall be two el ilh us, olfrrlnc as a guarantee fer prompt auto 3 tiers and two deacons, who together shall form 1871, December aS, 3 below. lion to same, our tcnly years" npcrieace I On ttio Shopping I'lan. Forty Acres of Land, a miles South of Stanford, of trustees. Ihelrttrm ol oflice bsnkinc andas liberal accommodations as arc con1877, December, 1 above. I can send a tclczrnih?" the board years and the 'lection shall be shall "Is this where half cleared, balance in timber, good orchard, two at-M2B held be two sistent with sound banking. 1873, Januiry 39, 4 below. eever failine springs, and a small house. asked tho latly of tho clerk in tho telethe annual general meeting on the flrst Sunday C. T. McROUERTs. 59tf January The amount of indebtedness shall at 1574, January i5,4abose. graph office. maicroas; no time exceed the lona fide value of the corpo1575, January 9, 10 below. J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; "Yes, ma'am." rate property, not imluding debts contracted for 1875, December 9, 5'below. to be paid when buildings arolu progress of erec J. M. llall.Stanlord; "How much dotis it cost?" tion, U he privato property of members shall be 877. Januarys, 9 below. J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; "Whero to, ma'am:'" cxemtt irom corporate debt. 1878, December 34, 4 below. S J.Kmbry, Suulord; JOHN JUrKR.St cretary, "To Aurora." 1879, January 3, 10 below. VREDNAKr. J. K Lyna, Slanlordj psinleiS extraction of teeth and otler "Vor the "Depends on tho number of words, FERDINAND HKlDKN'llKAND, i83o, December 39, 7 below. A. W. Carpenter, Mllledjsville; minor surgery. I have tested its virtue sufficientOOTTFRIKDTSCIIANZ. ma'am." i8Si, January i, 8 above. R. C. MORGAN, D. D..S. ly u know J. KCMh, Stanford; HENKY Hll.DEIIRANDT, (fcj -, "And will it get there. Mire?'" 1887, December 8, 4 j above. William Gooch, Suatord, Ky lOIINSWAUI.EN, ' 1 CONltAt) DISCII, r 5 2 1833, January 3, 3 7.5 above. o S II. Shanks, President. "Yes, mn'am." IOIIN KOCHKH. 18S1, January j, 195 below. J " 0iley. Cashiei "Tho eamo dayr RUDOLF TRAUII, W M Ilrlfht, Teller i335, January 33, 5 below. 2." JOHN DISCII. "Yes, ma'am." 1836, January 11, 7.3 below. JOHNORIOGISlir.RG "And if I sent it day after tomorrow Al.HRECHTSrAMI'KLV 1887, January 3, 4 7 below, morning it would got thero that afterOttenheim, Lincoln Co , Ky , I)cen.ber ji, Nineteen ool Ewes and also ona thoroughbred iS33, Januarys, fat pound above. ; 1 Sit do n by the side of your mother, my boy, You haoonly a moment, I know, But you'll stay till I Rive you ruy parting adsice Til all that have to bestow. She Thought That Hill Win Losing Hit 11 We desire to say to our citneni. that for yean wohave been selling I)r King's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's New Lite. Pills, llucklen's Arnica Salve and Klectric Bitters, and have never handled remedies that sell as well or that have Riven such universal satlslactlon. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time and we stand ready lo refund the mirchase price If sattsisctory renins no not tonow ineir use. I licse remedies have won their great popularity purely on their merits, A R. Penny, druggist. Deserving Pralso. Tor Sal T Twenty llulldlng: Lots PRICE, TBI ADVOCATE 11 t'1 $& C. POWELL, -IM- Gcncral -i- Merchandise, ( 11 ....u nt I ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL, J. H. Insurance Company, good-by- e; 1 1 INSURANCE AGENT nt South-boun- Blae-Gra- is Korth-bonn- Ulue-Gra- ss first-cla- ss mm fill AffiH nig a J ' DR PENNY DdltiHt. 111 E sasy AAsSSi -- a & MONUMENTS wi-l-l 1 POWDER Absolutely Pure ftrst-clsi- s - tlictu a Call. STRAXJB & CO., Goe-ds al THE RILEY HOUSE - J". 1 ZCILTOIT 111 court-tr- iondon, IP tt t Farmers Rank&Trost THE S2IEITON mCE0FlA?M tt ttuii-nes- n -- 1 &. FOR 1 "ft -- 111 111 A 'JDEIsTTO." FOR SALE. 7 g ill o W Z "ji d, 4 Steer; 7 i38j, February 6, 6 above. iS90, March 6, 13 above. 1S91, February 4, 7 above 1893, noon?" 1 39 January 15, 4 FARM FOR SALE. looms, new barn and all necessary outbuildings; also has flue spnmz Call on me on the premises ,roaddres,s me at g RELLEV. I will sell privately my I'"rm of jo Acres on the & Stanford pike, three miles from Stan, ford. It is well impioved, with dwelling of five Da-tvill- e will start up next week a LUlYlDCUV. SAW MILL on the Som?rset pike, eight miles from Stanford, and will have 70,000 feet of good Oak and Poplar Lumber for sale. I will sell at the ino.t nuvmable rates and iuvlte all who want Lumber to give me a call. JACOB IIAUFLItaKR, Oltenuesm. YTTIXTDPD 1 in NEW BUTCHER gSHOP. just openod a Lancaster street, where I have first-cla- 1 Ilutcher Shop on will keep at all times I will sell at the marbe that ket price. I have a fine, r.o, large refrigerator and meats will alwavs be kept frash and nirn : S33SO? THE ebtalncd, which can : nVLE-A-T- S IUL1AN VEST A Lonp; Procession OI diseases start from a torDid liver and impure blood Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery Miners and shippers of liie CiTNUINE cures every one of them: It prevents them, too. Take It as you ought, when you feel the first symptoms (languor, loss of appetite, dullness, depression) and )ou'll sae Yourself something jen-ou- s. Try it. We are the ole agents for Manford land Iu building up needed fieidi nnd strength, OITice comer ot Depot street and rail- - aid to purify and enrich tlis blood, nothing can Rowlind. roadrossing. eipjal ti "Discovery '" It Invigorates the liver HIGGINS A WAITS. aud kidney, promotes all the bodily fuuetions and blinds back hetlth and vigor lor Dvspcp-- s a, 'Ltstr Complaint " Diliousness and Scrolu-lou- s. Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., Hani. P. W. GREEN, Prop. She Yon seem very depressed. I didn't know you cared to much for your This stable, which Is run n connection with the Myers House, has been supplied with uncle. Ho I didn't. Hut I was tho means of keeping him in nn insano asylum tho A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, last year of his life, nnd now that ho has left mo nil his money I'vo got to provo nt rummer's Supples and Is better than ever supply the public with that ho was of sound mind. Funny prepaid A Cvclonk or Fus cin be looked for Folks. KIQS OF ALL KINDS. at Walton's Opera House on Wednesday Personal and prompt attention given to Weddings, Tim Net JlcMtlt. January 25, when Alfred Kelcy, sup"Why, TJnrkius, whero, havo you Iwen? Parties and Ilurlals. P W. GUF.I.N, Proprietor. ported by Col. Theodore Hoppenheini-er- 's You look liko a wreck." AU Itt'RNS. Manacr London Company, will present tho "I know it. My twin brother nnd I craze," Widow.Murpby'd Goat." had a quarrel, nnd I hired a slugger to London's famous prima don:u, Lillio lick him. Tho slugger mixed us up Lullose, will positively appear iu tho nnd horo I am." Ilarpor's Uaznr. t. .', part she oricinnlly created and played : will'ComiilMcent. W&t' !. iW.i for IiOft performances in London There " Plankington I saw your wifo out 'MHfflc.li7..iK id but very littlu doubt but what this atmV W'WaJslWia" Ji- walking this morning nfter her long traction will call out our befit clat-'- i of "Why, when I saw you last you vW amusement-lover- s as it ditl on the other said slio wouldn't be out for months. Witherby Sinco then I have bought sido of the water. Uer a sealskin cloak. Cloak Heviow. n FIKST-CLASS laiij-hing The table shows that iu 33 years out of OOtlietJinparature ranged from zero to below. The remaining 17 show a minimum ranKing from 2 to "IS above. The mean minimum for tho 50 years was .0, so it may be seen thatalthouph this is thought to be very cold it doesn't reach the averse, which wo may expect any year. aloe. cago "Certainly, ma'am." "Well, I wanted to bo euro nbout it if I send one, that's nil Good dny." ChiNews-Recor- - MYERS HOUSE 7? . M O. 2? y-- v t j IIYEHY STABLE UsH d A 3 & n w SO - rL . n w. 3 ta'k: X u rs u w W"' (SJ 3 Kr. O W.a fa C s n n - v. . . r r ttJ ff ( i FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, K,V. Capital Stock Surplus that this $200,000 20, 500 3 - a o zr t ft3 o r r o OP n o c II o n (Jo m '?& i. o "I - ill-net- s. &iW ftiSiS ,1. I" ZD --COURTS". I will open on Januiry tth, 189J, a Dair) lromw!iichIc.!ti supply any quantity of lersry milk to tin, ptvipto of Matilord and Uow. land at tho following prices, delivered. First-Class It Can't Do Helped. Attention of the public is invited to the fie Is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by ths capital stock, hut by the stockholder liability lor n amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this institution arc secured by a fund of 400,000 five sworn statements ofthicondition of the bank are made each yesrlo the United States d its assets are examined at stated tunes by covernmert agenU, thus securlnsaddititona and perfect safety to depositors. This institi.t.cs, originally established as ths Deposit Dank of Stanford in 1858, then ied as the Natimal Hank ol Stanford In and again re organirrdasthe Klrst National Hank ol Stanford in Us had practically an uninter rupted iisutcr.cr.of years It Is Utter supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully sollc- leu. The Directory ol this Hank is composed ot T.J. Poster, of Stanford; KoreMiis Itcid, Lincoln county; J. W. Ilayden, Stanford; S.H. Ituuhmai, Lincoln. M, J. Mill,, Mt Vtrnot.; S T Harris Llncaln; J. S. Mocker Stanfard; G A. Lsckey, Lincoln; T P. I lill, Stanford. W (1 Wclc't, Stanford; W .PTatc, Stanlord (ovcrn-tuentan- ii, ii Orlfrinal Jellico Coal. (0 lA 1 r"Zt" f HsswBswBswaswisPIWPPrfcs BOsWlHPRi3Pijciii,-ci'ii'- ' Fresh Milk, per gallon o cents Skimmed Milk, r gallon., loci ills ilulter Milk, per gallon. 8 cents Iwill mule two trips dally, 'Hie patronage ol the public is solicited. G. A. PIvVrON. oi-Stanford, Ky, ir I.S OIFICKKS Mocker. President; Johu J. McRoberts, Cashier; A A McKinnev, Assistant Cashier. k Sclentifio American . THE 60FFSY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., case, or uioacy refunded. tint's guarinteed Skin and Scalp it Is tho only rum-ed- y to benefit or cure 111 every PUBLIC S3LXE Jacks, Jennets & Horses. 7 JOSEPH COFF32Y,Pror. This Hotel, renovated ani relurnished, is now (b my charge and I intend t csndukt it so.a to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to its lone "5t oi friends. Special accommodations for commercial trave'ers and lino rooms for thedlsploy of samples. About Catarrh, No matter what you've tried nnd found wanting, joucin be cured with Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kemedy Tho proprietors of this medicine agree to cure vou. or they'll mvimi $joo in cash. Pain Halm and bound on over the seat of pain. 1 1 will produce a counter irritation without blistering and is not so disagreeable as mustard; tn tact Is much superior to any plaster on account of its pain relieving qiiulities. If used in time It will prevent pneumonia. 50 cent bottles for sale by s there is nothing belter than a flannel cloth saturated with Chamberlain's Kor pains in the chest Mm h?-- 3 W WILLIAM1 MORELAND, Dealer iu the above. February 9th, 1893, l he (lav following Mr. John T. Woodward's sale of saddle horses. 1 will sell at Mt. Sterling. K fifteen Jacks, twenty five Jennets and twenty rivo norses. i ne jacks are an out cnoujli lor service The Horses include A First-Cla- ss Saloonl ROM.ttach.d. .d BILLIARD and POOL Tho U. S. flag ship Mieaiesippi burned lit Pdducah. She wag valued nt J15.-00- 0. I Truth. Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. Persons havingany of the above described stock for sale or wishing to purchase same, will do well Six Fine Stallions, 2 Standard bred to call on or address me An experience of fifteen Trotters, tears In this business has been of profit to me and I think I can make It profitable both to the buyer And a number of nico Geldings, Sic For cat. lotfues, address me at Mt. alerting, Ky and seller. P. O address Stsnford, Ky. ici 1 CLAYTON HO, VKLL. Office at tho Myers House. 90-3- Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs vuPTRrOHTS, atO. to securing Uuoiiwjiy. New VoHtr. ' kureau ifor Amcrlra. ken out by Ti W lilt publio by uotloo giTea rrci brought baton r,fi' ifr TRADE MABira.' OKaiQN PATIMTS, OAVsTATsL J Toi to Largest drtmlatlon of an World. Mnlnnrtlrtlv III..., man should be without loart lUOalx tnosttia. all. vvuiuuxu. 3.1 BrowasVJy," - Ji .. f