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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893012701 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. - J ' Semi Weekly Interior Ml' Journal. NO. 95 -- I rS, VOL. XX. DANVILLE. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. fur-niHh- ed STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JANUARY 27. 1893. x LI p A ,..". Hon of their career. Very few of them LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. are ever remembered for what they havo Mrs. Sam Sloan, nf Pittsburg, fell A man with a periorming hear Prof. C. Norm' KreatoUdo;howon done, unless it bo for some conspicuous last Siturday evening and broke her amusement fur the loafers Wedearth exhibited hero to a crowded Iioubu rascality, in which they havo been dearm. nesday. Tueday night. tected while posing ns tho protectors of The roport that "Cap." Tom Taylor Monday was county court. A largo 0. D. Portwooil w boIiI his resipulic morals. A Full Line of-had frozen to death has been found to Lexington street to Win. Mark- - crowd was in town, but very little dence on A war with Haytl Heeini Imminent. bo untrue. well for $11,100 cash. transacted. Mr. Frederick Meyers, nn American citiFrank Saundorg and family havo reJames A. tfroat 1ms boiiht threo The musicalu given at Garrard Colzen, was arrested in Port au Prince, turned from Rockcastle, nfter a visit of acrea of land from A. II. Smith, junt lege Monday evening was enjoyed by a charged with smuggling, and Incarceratseveral weeks. large audience. north of town, and will noon builil ft ed in a dungeon for 20 daya without a Chris Jackson cut Town Marshal Tho union services Sunday night thereon. hearing, at tho expiration of which time Every one guaranteed, Extras always in stock. John Marlow in the hand while scuflling Archie WaaUliiKton and John Smith, Hill be held at the Christian church. Serho was released. For this alleged out Sunday night. two nfftroea from Junction City, were mon by Hev. Tercy. rage the United States has demanded an Hon. J. H. Weaver, of Iowa, and of It Is stated by good authority that apology, ami to enforce aent,t tho work house Tuesday for 30 her demands baa tho people's party, will speak nt London the Opera Houso block will bo rebuilt daya each for Mealing coal. Bent tho steel cruiser Atlanta, with a Wednesday, Feb. 1. The prosecution against Hud Mllll-ca- this spring. Here's hoping. full armament and Minister Durham to Can get repairs for any stove made. d John A. Dyche, of Jackson county, lth rohhin Portwood's II. Turner, the charged Mr.T. J. Hayti to demand satisfaction. Tho semi a nephew of Col. A. R. Dyche, is now a hedgo fence man, has purchased tho clothing atore laat Docomher, Inn been barbarous II tylians are to bj taught part of tho Echo forco. continued until the April trm of the Lilian! property on Lexington street. Col. Frank Hilev is in Kansas. Ed -- Col. V. G Welch, one of tho best that thoy cannotcointnitoutr.igesagiinst circnil court. American citiens with impunity. It is in out ngiin after an Smith, of Mt. Vernon, had business in was lawyers In this or any other State, Mr. W. L. Heed not known whether Mr. Meyers was luom Doddi, here Wednesday on legal business. town Wednesday. You will have to trot illnerw of pneumonia, guilty of smuggling or not; at all events, out your goat. Mrs. HtiBiell Noel came to town on whose coiikelence wont alio hhu to U) he turned loose without here in Monday and while hero was stricken ho seemed A little stranger arrived at G. W. a touch jdrco of heif, Ih n trial and may have been innocent. A v itli paralysis. Colbert's over a week ago, but on ac She was taken to the tho enploy ' ,l $ Hub'1I. war, however, with Hayti would ho , count of its being a girl, his nearest Henry HurruH, iiii of Fletcher residence of Mr. Gabu Gaines, litre bIio BotiiVthlng out of which our country neighbors liked never to havo found it of U.uiviIIh, hh convicted now lies in a critical condition. colored, might gain considerable notoriety if not out. Collins & Hiichauau havo moved of tho murder of Srftit Handera Monday glory. If entered upon at once, it would hut punishment llxt'd their picture gallery to Stanford. They The houso of Mrs. Martha Craft, the at LouiBvlll afford Stephen Bonaparte, Holivar Iitiv mother of J. A. and R. H. Crait, burned at Imprisonment for life. Henry claims are clever gentlemen and we bespeak tameuto Klkius an opportunity to show I am now ready to wait upon my friends in anything in that certain wltnerisea lied on him in or- for them a liberal p.itronngu. It's true his knowledge of war in marshaling the Wednesday morning. Loss about no insurance. Mrs. Craft lived 3 der to received the reward offered for thoy only take tin types, but that's tho armed boats of the Nation ami awarding miles oast of London. bin conviction. Ho f:yn If thoy had told reason they moved to tho "klldeo government contracts. Poor little Hay You may get most of tho ladies to town. tho truth he would hnvo Imeit cleared. ti! Apologue immediately, or wo will club as long as this Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hardin and ioin your (irorgo Word, tried never.il times for pounce down upon you like n hawk up the murder of George Wnlln at Junction Master Lewis West, of Illinois, are visit- on n Juno hug. The Now York Press weather lasts, hut they nro so nice and niry that they will be right for them City in I'ohnury, ISO!, wan found guilty ing Mrs. Jennie West. Mr. Howard says, "Hayti must apologize," and that when manslaughter Tuemhy and hia term Hlco is in Loursvillo on butiincHS. Mr. the hot days of summer come. of "Citizens of the United States will bo J. O. McKee, G. W.'Baker and Tip tlxed at llvo vum in the pen. The case John Kirby was in town Sunday. Mrd. protected lit their riglitH while tho pres&c. I am also agent for a line of. Sparks wero nppointed a committee by la almost certain to go totfie court of A. II. Hice has returned from a isit to ent administration remains in oflice." Breckinridge, Iiner Garrard. Mim Mollie Smith, tho tho stockholders in the proposed butter appeaU Bgilu, aa Judge factory to investigate, and left Monday popular saleslady, has accepted a posiWord' couiifoI, Ih In tho light to stay. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. Wednes--The grand jury adjourned night for Chicago nnd other points. Hatson's store. Wo aro tion in West it s City Marshal Harnett, of Erlington, glad to know that Mr. A. J. Rice is much after returning a number of day, There was a good crowd attending for liquor selling, clguetto soiling, better. MitMcs Lula and Isabel Owsley, county court on Monday aud more bus- captured George Maynus, nlias Georce Equal to any ever offered here. Call and sec them. I represent the HiiBton, at Pittsburg, on Sunday, and thekreping of disorderly houses, etc. of Hubble, were here Saturday. Misses iness than usual was done. famous brought him here. ' Huston is charged Mr. Win. Cheek, tho Intelligent pnd Carson and Hacker havo returned to J. W. Wilkinson moved from tho with killing his brother with a rock and taking foreman, nays the experi. Hichmond. Mr. Will Jennings, of Paint pains old Napier Hotel back to his own comhad escaped from tho Ealington jail. once of tho List few days haa convinced Lick, visited his mother Sunday. Mr. modious residence Tuesday. Joe Young. C. II. Moses, Miss Nan him stronger than ever of the dltllciilty Ira Taylor was here this week. Mrs. Llosb conuuement to his room on nie McWhorter, Mrs. Sallio C. Craft and c&c. in getting reliable testimony for the Lizzie Rico and son, A. J., attended tho account of excessive bad weather probably McCalla Fitzgerald will be approsecution in tho class of otleuses nim-- e concert at tho College Monday. Call and see my line of goods before make any purchases. your correspondent from gather- plicants for tho here. As Wo have good authority for saying abore. "They don't want to tell" ex Very respectfully, Judge Weaver's commission does not ulalnt it all. that Hon. M. C. Saulley is making an ex ing up the news last week. ills- WKU, judge. Ilia opening court at I).in J. M. Delioard opened a singing expire for about threo years and no Judge Saulley'fl first court in tho trictwill close here Saturday, lo say vine lias oeen eminently successiuiI ami school herewith fu'I attendance Monday chaices aro likely to bo preferred against he has shown, not only his kuow'edgu night. Mr. Delloard has the reputation him, they will all have plenty of time to that he has given satisfaction to all In the discharge of of law, but his ability to manage his of being a Hue teacher of music. persons get up their endorsements. In tho various biographies of R. M. his offleial duties, la strictly true. As for courts. There is usually In every court There was a grand social at Bob unreasonable fellows, they have not a set of loafers, composed of Smart Pierce'B last Saturday night, at which Jackson, who was recently made cashier the been beard from. His rulings are prompt Alecks, who take up the room intended Lige Coffey met with a serious accident of tho FirBt National Bank of London, it has been mentioned that ho has been and accurate and while the strictest cour- for the members of the bar, tho otliccrs in having his head cut from a fall. tesy marks everything ho does, there is of the law and tne litigants. These Tho following marriage liceuso havo one of tho directors since its establisha Having lost nearly all my stock by recent fire, I have just individuals smoke, talk, rattle been issued eincu our last report: Wm. ment, that ho has been blended with it a limitless which flays unmistakably that that he Is to be the newspapers and comment on tho buci-nc- J. Richards to Miss Kitty Smith; Thou. druggist, handled trotting nnd race hors- ed at old stand with of tho court generally. They in- Foley to Misa Bettio A. Wilson; Logan es for fair exhibits, has been prominent judgs In fact, as well as n.nne. Mr. J. S. and old men, Hatter to Mies Haiborn. in politics in Eistern Kentucky, been in Owsley, Jr , as prosecuting attorney, has clude toys, middle-agenlao made many friends and hsndles n many of whom should know better, as Mies Bettio Hurko has returned to tho livery business, is a good business criminal case with the skill of n veteran. men ought to grow wiser as they grow her homo in Danville. Miss Uertha El man and has made money in everything Latest Toilet Articles, School Supplies, Stationery His arguments in tho murder cases of older. They seem to be prompted sole- liott has gone to tho National rsormal ho lias tackled, but the papers and writ- And Chemicals, and everything to be found in a first-clasdrug store' I shall be pleasly by idlo curiosity and are never so University at Lebanon, Ohio. J. Boyle ers Heem to havo forgotten that ho is Miller and Word have hum much comed to see all my old custmcrs and as many new ones as will favor me, happy as when thoy are listening to a Stone and family havo gone on u visit to right now a Kentucky colonel on plimented by older lawyers. Harry A. Melton, the escaped con trial In which they havo no interest relatives in Scottvillo, Ky. Hon. F. P. Gov. Brown's stair and holds a commis- Assuring them i vict from tho Michigan penitentiary, left whatever. It is said that ,'Judge Saulley Combest was from Frankfort attending sion to that effect. Bob will certainly bo a good cashier, with his business tact for Jackson Tuesday evening in charge has disposed with the services of pro county court on Monday. of Mr. Eugenn I). Mosier. an otllcerol fessional loafers In his courts. There is caused and accommodating manners. I am inTho excessive icy roads havo that institution. When Mosier went in- no ollice within tho gift of the people of County School Superintendent Hoskins formed that ho will not be a candidate to tho jail to seo Melton, the latter greet-e- as much importance as that of circuit much trouble. On last examination day, for collector in this district, as reported New Block Opposite Court House, Stanford, Ky. him with; "Hello, Mr. Mosir, glad judge. A president, governor or Sena- being unable to travel horseback, ho was in tho Times. to see you." Ho says Melton is a most tor has the constitutional right to make compelled to "foot It'' all tho way from P0ETIC GEMS. and once traveled a fool of himself, and make mistakes. homo on tho Rolling Fork, some twelve r capable Our lives are albums written through for a wholesale Indianapolis shoo houao His blunders generally ailed only miles distant, to this place to attend to With Rood or ill, with fale or true, and if ho can stand it, tho people his duties. and that his mother (who married tho And as tho blessed aneli turn second time) is now tho wife of a prom- can. Tho decisions of a judge, howevA friend of Capt. Samuel M. Hoono The paces of our ari, man of Indianapolis. As er, affect tho rights of individuals the wns circulating a paper a few days ago, inent business God crant thiy read the good with miles Intimated in this column heretofore, right to life, liberty aud property, and recommending him for tho State penAnd blot the bad with tears. Melton must have cash, and when ho tliu errors of the head aro visited not up- sion agency for Kentucky, nnd was getThe night hai a thousand eyes, gets strapped will tako big risks to get on the dispenser of justice, but upon ting many signers. Wo aro in hopes ho And the day but one; of PoliceSilliman, who those who have sought justice at his will bo Buccossful In his application for omo more. Chief et the light ot the bright world dies Our Carpets for the made tho arrest, received the reward of hands. It is therefore of tho utmost im- tho oflice, a's thu captain is a clover man, With the dying sun. portance that a judge should be possess- of tho finest business qunlillcations and , The mind has a thousand i'es, --. ed of a clear head aud an honest heart, ono of tho brightest intellects in the And the heatt but one; MT VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY with tho moral courage to do tight re- State. Yet the light of tho whole hie die When love Is done, -- Mr. G. Gihnoro sold his farm to gardless of coneeipienccs; to tako broad (l'rtntcd In losing memory of a desoted and true OBITUARY. of and liberal views of the law instead wile, from her own selections ) Henry Catron. r Aro?.v to technicalities. Mrp. Amelia Hurton, aged 10:1, died giving importance of Klsio LaVerna, Infant daughter Visit. Dr. Judge Saulley will no doubt prove nn Dii. Ai'I'kman'sXbxt Monday morning of lieii't trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Carrier, died at their ornament to the bench, as ho has to tho homo near Howland, on tho morning of the celebrated l.ouiBvillo Speduo Mr. W. W. -- Our thanks aro cialist, will mako his next regular monthbar. Tuesday, January 17, 1SU3, nged two for n giant pipe uiudo Jones, of London, ly vieit to this city Tuesdiv next, JanuKx Senator George F. Edmonds hns months and II days. Apparently in of dogwood and pine. "Politics till noon Feb. 1, stopping at tho - -- Will Cozatt was herefrom Parks nn article in Tho Foium upon individu- good health for ono of her si.o (at birth ary ol, House, as usual. Dr. Appleman Ho Bpeaks of an Myers a Career." weighing L'J pounds), Klsio rested as well D. C. Poynttr has n as vilio Wednesday. can specialty of the eye, ear, nose, which nre be- al devoting devoting himself to tho as usual during the night and when the makes ilnop.u.-kosix hounds, reer of politics in tho same way as that attention of tho loving yonng mother throat and other chronic diseases, and And wo arc some ing trained for fox hunting in South-es- t success in has, met with unprecedented of farming, trade, manufacture, art, ar(.who was Miss Annie Perkins) was callTexas, where they will shortly bo chitecture, law, medioiue, tkj., aro res- ed to her at I a. m. tho baby was still Ins practice. More then a year ago ho shipped. .Mr.S. II. Hay, a Liverpool made his first visit to our city and plac pectively taken up as the business of stave man, was here during the week to life, according to tho inclination and op- resting well. When thu parents awoko ed quite n number under his treatment-Sinctwo hours later (at C a. m.) tho spirit of Beo J. W. Nesbitt. that time many cases havo been portunities of different uvui. It is rath Rugs.l Also a Now Lino tho pride of the household had taken its steadily aged 11."), died er remarkable that a man of tho ability llightto Ilitn Who said, "Sutler littlo dismissed cured, and others aro Mrs Catherine Sharp, improving. His rooms aro crowded with of tho ox Senator should place tho vocachildren to como unto Me." Death Is in Philadelphia. Her ago is thoroughly upon a par with that p.itients on nil occasiotis, and his s authenticated by family recordn, which tion of a politician always a sad visitor, but only those in this city has increased to enorof farming, trade, manufacture, law, grandfully who havo lost their go back us far aa tho birth of her old-emedicine, stc. Tho ordiinry avocations realize the bitter pangs that follow. "If mous proportions. Kemeinber tho date parents. She was well known as tho of hia coming visit Tuesday next-a- nd of lifo nre presumed to bo for tho betterwoman in tho United States. It bo possible let this cup pass," is tho This space will be occupied by ment of society as well aa for tho bonelit lamentation and prayer that conies from seo him, ye iifllicted. A terrible story comes from Colon. of those who engage in them; but this their hearts. May tho doting young Just the Tblng. The pasiengera and crew of tho Bloop arrived, existed for 20 days cannot bu truthfully mid of tho politi- mother and father find consolation in .This is an expression the traveling public Juane, just cian. Tho latter enters upon his pro- - tho thought that thoy will meet their use when they find something that is exact-y w.OT-a- r " without food and water. Previous to what they want. This expression applies difessiou with no capital other than pre faBt thoy oxiated for four days on child in tho city paved with gold, whore rectly to the Wisconsin Central Lines, which is their sumption and his solo desire is to mako family circles will ne'er break up and rattaus and threo days on puppies. Some now admitted by all to be "The Route' Ironi Chiperiod and portions of something out of nothing. Ordiuaiily praises never end. Their darling is cago to St. Paul, Minneapolis Ashland, Duluth-anIn iSp3, who hereby extends hisjthanks to the died during tho survlv- - ho drift into the tide, prompted solely sleeping tho sleep of tho innocent by all points in the Northwest. Their double their bodies wero eaten by tho fine equipment .offers In daily train service and . by seltlsh considerations, and will givo and grand- ducement which can not bo surpassed. r the Bide of its up a tried for two untried friends, whenThis is the only lino running both through Pullla said that a couple of Frankfort mother, in Huflalo Cemetery, where it man and Tourist blcepcrs Irom Chicanecessary to his success. change. havo agreed to bring suit for ever it becomes s laid to rest after n short service by go to Pacific Coast Points without nearest tick was lawyers full information address your of tho professlynchers who took Tho career of et agent or jamet C. Pond, General Passenger and Rev. Ben Helm. There is a Len Tyo against tho Ticket Agent, Chicago, 111. up awhile, ional politicians of tho ago aro not ono "UteneJ hope I how It shines In our sorrow, him out of jail and swung him For their liberal patronage in the past, and wishes to say to them not indict to be envied. They usually become tho Like tho star over llethlehera's plain, Henry Burrus, for tho murder of in caeo tho Rrand jury docs of dissipation and nro mere that on and after January ist he will sell goods for CASH only and Tlut it may be, with Him, (in) the morrow, Thoy will Uring mo sun, m iu victims Samuel Saunders, was iven a lifo senWe shall meet with our loved ones again." will buo wrecks upon tho ocean of life, mentally, Louisville and i ....rt will defy the competition of any one. tence at Louisville. - ' W-Times. ' morally aud financially, t tho termlna Stanford, Ky., Jan. r t93big for btii-neBH rea-Mcii- ARIZONA COOKING STOYES HEATING STOVES NOW AT COST. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. n, clever-hearte- m-- ll iig-ii- Hur-run- TO THE P1UC, ad $1,-f)0- 0; anti-boo- n 1ABDWA1E, i 1A Indict-merit- COOK STOVES W. H. HIGGINS. sji .1 ,i pro-vent- ed Oliver Chilled Flow, Dix Feed. Cutter, Studobakor Wagons, 1 poflt-olli- ce - ..!... - 1 NEW DRUG STORE. re-ope- post-mast- er, us NEW GOODS, FRESH DRUGS, s al-b- o Prompt Attention and Lowest Prices. W. B. MoEOBEETS, DO YOU NEED d book-keepe- hini-Bo- lf, A CARPET? SPRING : --- m SEASON ' ..'j ABBIVINGshowing -- DAXL.Y, of f e BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS. busi-nee- s p.ir-eut- gII!VH!MAMCilIi & m$No Hrst-bor- n st llj y I .T A. WfMS "y ry5, J " FIT! . d grand-fathe- -- lit lrlrst-CU- ss nino-tenth- i.-- GoodPeople ofHustonville K & in .. - J- dainageB.-William- burg ir T: tr - ,, ,,. r : LH V i ta ?v. i h 'it & 'S I V. K Mr. J. T. Chadwick has ordored his stock Of iroods and will again enter tho mercantile business in Crab Orchard. Stanfoud, Ky., Januaky The Crab Orchard boys aio boon to havo a minstrel. Given by homo talent, F they of coureo will bo well patronized for tho trouble they have tnken in getting up the HlTair. Hon. D. B. Edmiston Bpent several davs at home, on account of tho illne of his wife, who baa had a severe spell EVBK.1T of grip. Mrs. J. T.' Linch, of Frederick, Lincoln Leads Tbem All. Lucius iTJ Md., is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. (To the Editor Interior Journal.) The death of Apsociflte Justice Hj whilo not .Ian. 21. Will you please who lives nt the colouy of rrrraiiuita, Quintius Cincinnatu9 Lamar, -JHL W) W '!!-,- " unexpected, as ho had been answer to decide an argument: What is ItORather Mts. Clara Atchison, wife of Dr. J. sick for eoino time, camo nt last with a the wealth of tho following counties and ML of)' too suddonmes Monday night that Bhockcd which pays the most tax, Lincoln or T.Atchison, died Wednesday and was J ' i, ' the, country. Ua wbb at Viuoville, Ga., Garrard; Rockcastle or Harlan; Laurel buried Thursday evening from tho fam- wool ily residence near Holman's Mill. She and had epent tho day in ease and pood or Wayuo? and oblige A Constant Rkadkk. 8 o'clock ho was seized had been in delicate health for quite a spirits, when at According to tho auditor's while. Dr. Atchison lias tho deepebt Answkk. painB in his heart and died in lees with the last issued, tho as sympathy of his friends and neighbors than an hour. Asa scholar, statesman report for 1S9D-9and jurist ho was tho peer, if not the su sessment of Lincoln county amounted to in losing so kind and eetimable a wife. Mr. Samuel McKay, of Bloomfleld, perior of any man of his nay. urauuai-in- $1,010,221, the tax upon which at 421c Garrard's has been spending a fow days in Crab Emory College, Ga.. nt an early on each $100 wns f20.SGS.-15- . at age, he boRan the practice of law in 1817, assessment was $1,190,079, and her tax Orchard. He is bo very entertaining but soon afterwards was called to tho $17,810.38, which was more than $3,000 and extremely polite that he made quite S3. Laurel's assess- a number of friends while here.Miss faculty of the University of Mississippi, less than i Lincoln's. Bettie Hircins and Miss Sitllio Green in which be served a year and thou re- ment amounted to $1,507,008, tax and Wayne $1,714,271, tax Georgia, where he was eltcted are visiting Mrs. Sam HigginB and other turned to Rockcastle was assessed at $950, friends iu Somerset and Danville. Mrs. to the Legislature. In 1853 ho returned Dr. Estes is visiting her father, Mr. John to Mississippi and in 1857 was elented to 140, tax on same $4,076 37; Harlan tax $0,702.72. Lincoln and Gar- Edmiston. Congrew, in which he became a promiwool A Crystal Wedding at the Keely Innent figaretill hla resignation to take rard are the only two ,ef tho counties A complimentary banquet part in tho Recession convention of his that pay more revenno into the treasury stitute. native 8 tote. Entering the arniy as soon than they draw out. The other counties waa given at the Keeley IuHtitutu nt as hostilities wore declared, he rose to are what are known as ''paupers. Crab Orchard Springs last Monday evening, tho 23d, in honor of the 15th annithe rank of colonel and was sent by the Editor. versary of the marriage of Dr. aud Mrs. Confederate government as commissionNEWSY NOTES. j E. G. Dick. It was a superb and most er to Russia. After tho war ho was ngain COST. At S o'clock elected to a chair in the Mississippi Uni. re- elegant entertainment. Senator Mills was unanimously versify and Ailed that of political econo- nominated and elected by tho Texas ouite a number of Dr. and Mrs. Dick's Crab Orchard friends and some 40 Kee my with credit and ability. He was Legislature. again elected to Congress and in 1877 Near Morgantown, W. Va., on the ley patients sat down to mi elegant rewas chosen U. S. Senator, which posi- Monongahela river, tho ice was gotged past a right royal menu beautifully served. Tho menu cirds were approprition he held up to the time President 25 feet high. A. Cleveland appointed him to tho SuJacob McClaiu, 78 years of age, and ately decorated with a minute bow of preme bench, whero he as usual distin- the wealthiest farmer near Sholbyville, is orange ribbon, emblematic of thi guished himself. A Btudent by nature dead of paralysis. Gold." After a hearty feapt son of W. W. Levi, tho was a man of vast literary and to By the explosion of lire damp in the all adjourned to the and choice, ho Higpinbotham, died last Sunday night' attainments and a ripo and ready schol- Fortschritt mine, at Dux, in Bohemia, charming music enjoyed a pleasant supposed tp have SO miners weie killed and scores injured. dance. Everything was bright, happy of rvtoinneli trouble, nr. iiisueam win give ' been caused by a fall. in his Gov. Turnoy, of Tennessee, is much and cheerful and a most delightful time rison a chance to put a republican convicted last Elihu McFarland wuh CAN' place on tho Supreme bench, or to show improved, and were it not for tho oflice-- h was spent. Dr. and Mrs. Dick wer of Saturday of the minder of David Hash partisanship by refusmiters, would ho ublej to go to Nash- course tho eetitro of 'attraction, while his superiority to (jiven a life sentence. 1 he indictMrs. Gus Hoffman, the charming wife and ing to appoint and allowing the incom-iu- ville. ment against his brother Ben for tho administration to do so. Tho King Cotton Carnival was in- of the proprietor of the Springs Hotel, disiuUbud. augurated at Augusta, Ga. Ten thous- was greatly admired, her bright face, same uis Col. John Dishman and W. A. Mor-- , ONTits caucus committee refused to ho a and people witnessed the arrival of His agreeable manner and cheoiful smile row me heru to take part in the trial of party to the snap tactics of Judge Lind- .Majesty. lending much to enhance tho pleasure Win. McGraw for thu murder of James say's friends, who wanted the caucus of tho evening. It was indeed a happy Senator W. M. Stewart was Middleton, in Harlan. Tho defeneo has Monday night, and fixed cilled for last by the Nevada Legislature. He was evening to nil and ono Ion w he reit for tho nicht of Feb. 2. This was what the silver party caudidate and received membered in the hearts ' all wishiug filed an atlidavit for continuance and it has not beuii determined whethtr a tiial Gov. McCreary and Mr. Stone desired, a uuauimous vote. Dr. and Mrs. Dick ever a bright and Scissors'Hiitclicr Knives, Knives ami Fork for Children, Nut Cracksimple justice to will bo hail this court or not. and was hut sin act of Twenty-thre- e deaths have resulted happy life. May their "bark" forevir Mfcs Maugio Craig is visiting her ers and I'icks, &c. them. Judge Lindsay is n member of from the oil explosion at Alton Junc- sail on summer seas and no dark clouds T. L. Bird, ol old homo in bus, or ought to have, tion, III. There yet IS who are consid of adversity o'ertake them the Senate and is in town. Mr. Perry Rose luill Stock of GROCKRIKS, nil Fresh and 1'iices Low of Course beeu in tbo body all the time, while ered fatally injured. Frankfell from a house on Jellico Creutc, thih HUBBLE. tho other gentlemen have been in Fire at Elwood, Ind., destroyed acquaincounty, and was badly butt. Mitts Gerfort oulj- a week to make the works, valued at Dr. Kmnaird was called Saturdav to have not hud trude Leoter entertained a number of tance of the members, who 5100,000. Florence Walk, an employe, Bee Mrs. Fannie Ball, who was very ill her friends Tuesday evening. their constituents on was burned to death. time to hear from but is thought to be better now. On last Saturday the trial of the parthe subject. At present Lindsay's voto The president has again declined to Should this weather continue seties indicted for being in the mob to Is stated at 41, McCreary's 41 and Stone pardon E. L. Harper, the Fidelity Bank vere, l)i.il r In- there will ha a number of cow- ham Leu Tvo was bouun. Henry Cole. 17. There is no telliug what changes wrecker, who is serving out a pealers start in this part of the country. a drummer from Barbourville, was first will occur in a week, since the tendency term in tho Ohio penitentiary. M. B. Eubanks siya ho is going to tried and acquitted. Then George Wilseems to bo to desert of the members The Kansas populists with tho aid Lindsay for the other two candidates. of three democratic members of the Leg move his aheep near the riverco the dead son, Wm. Martin, Frank Beaver weie ice breaks tried togjther, after which Robeit Halo The tactics of tho Lindsay men wan to islature succeeded in electing Judge ones will float off when the Andup. failing in this, aud F. C. Gosnell were tried, all of make a rushing fight, 'aud John Martin, to thu U. S. Senate. R. L. Hubble cold to Hiram Hiatt lowest punishment, they are losing their continence nun Tno housa occupied by Dr. Wiley, the Smithorn jack for t750. Kobt. Fades whom received tho of dirk horses and $100 llueaud imprisonment tlneo months grip. There is talk in Ilarrodaburg, burned while Bill Nye is feeding fodder and straw to 50 cattle in tho county jail, boine of tno cases the possibility that Judge Harbin will was lecturing and the cry of fire created for Morris Farris at 25c per shock. 4 . factor in tho light, a ) ie, which came will be appealed if the motion for a new an important near being in J. C. Eubanks has bought two good trial be ovenuled. we have confidence both in the good hut During the progress of the Bowling to carry with sense of tho majority of legislators and murder trial in the circuit court at Mt. jacks, which he propoCB A negro ex convict named Fisher some good horses to Illinois soon. M. feel sure his in McCreary's luck, and Sterling Thomas H. Carter, a prominent B. Eubanks his sold bin tx mane horeo wns lynched in New Orleans for cutting to knock the polo is daily lengthening citizen, who was a spectator, dropped to Hiatt for $100. Mrs. Martin McMabon's thront from ear persimmon. dead. Smith went to Hedgeville to ear and killing John Barrett, a steamThomas Near Somerset, at the Barren Fork on business last week, but there is a va- ship fireman. Tub surviving members of the 300 del egates who, in 1SS0, sought to secure the coal mines, John aud Jim Ledford shot riety of opinions as to what business nomination of Gen. Grant for a third and killed u negro named Luck Sutton. called him there. It is thought ho was T terra and stuck to it almost to the last, Tho shooting was the result of a drunk- closing his year's business with some met at the Shoreham tlotel, Washing- en row. widow. Letters mailed at Baltimore, conton, a day or two ago. Twenty-twB. G. Gover was here buying bouio In ihe corporite Hmlu of Kowhnd States weie represented and of the orig- taining drafts, checks and coupons for Btock mules this week. Dr. Bailey, of It I. DAKSI'. K0M.Ut,,t, inal band it! was found that 250 are still collection, representing over a million Stanford, was out TuesJay to examine living, including our own Col. W. O. dollars, were burned in a postal car near G. A. Swiiiebroad, who is ono of Mr. Resolutions eulogizing the Trenton, N. J. Bradley. Eastland's applicants for a life policy. The democratic caucus of tho Indi- Capt. H. T. Bush was Swop.j's auctionname of Grant and proposing the formaTH 12 NATIONAL tion of an association to ba known as ana General Assembly voted eer at eale Thursday. against restoring to the gov"The Old Guard," were adopted hihI tho R. L. Hubble is doin. iw well as arrangements for a banquet to ernor tho appointment of the reforma- could be expected from his hurt. Lesnece.ary Watch this space next week. It belongs to he given in Philadelphia April 27, the tory aud benevolent hoards anil prison lie Carter has purchased quite a numanniversary of Gen. Grant'n birth, were directors. furnish ber of buckets und proposes to STHPHKNS & KNOX, the enterprising RowJames Francis Eagati, convicted of as nice tree sugar and molasses as can bo made. Here is a chanco for the Garrard f distinguish participation in a dynamite plot at Bir- made, as soon as the thaw comes. Mr. countytaian to further land merchants, who will tell you something mingham in 1SS1, and sentenced so 20 George Coppaue and wife, of Bradford-ville- , by adding to his other accomplishto your inleiest. ments that of the finished post prandial years' penal seryitule, has been released are visiting at Mr. Joe Swope's. because of ill health. ASSOCIATION, orator. Miss Sallie Caise, the pretty daughUnder the new revenue law a ped- ter of Mrs. James Cuise, of Hedgeville, Ah President Harrison ami his party dler's license for tho whole State costs gave one of our neighbors a call laft beeni to be out for the stuff, the nugges-tio- n only $20 a year for a man on foot, or S5 week. Her horse broke loose and ran of a Chicago lawyer that ho resian for any one county. The lino for pedoff with tho harness, lowing her and the Morton can be- dling without license is $100. so that buggy behind to gut back ns bent they come president and appoint him to tho e A bill providing for National could; but Chris Gentry, who is ever vacancy on tho Supremo bench, caused has been parted by the National ready to assist the troubled, was here, Is the strongest, safest and most by the death of JuBtice Lamar, ought to Hoiibe. It differs in some points from aud ho at once camo to her relief and btriko him amidships. It might not be the bill passed by tho Senate and ill soon eho was landed at home. Some prosperous' institution of the kind exactly the proper thing for Mr. IlarrW-o- have to go through the latter. think Gentry scared tho liorso to get the iu the State. . to do, but as he is a good lawyer, aud Congressman Breckinridge electri drive, but I hardly thiuk he did. Ibis doing business ' would doubtless make a hfetter judge fied the Virginians with his eloqueuce Hupposition no doubt comes from thoso than any man ho will appoint, the coun- in response to the toast at a democratic who wish they had ben in Gentry's John II. Leathers, President, try would bo the gainer. banquet at Richmond, "The President- btead. elect and the Democratic Party." Pirtlc, V. President, John Tim Clark county democrats showed "Babe" Burgess attended a party WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. wisdom in adopting highly complitheir law, in Barren given by his brother-iA. G. Langham, Sec. & Trcas , mentary resolutions to Gov. McCreary Annie, tho little daughter of Mr. L. county, and among the other guests were BOOK-SELLEKnd Repreand requesting their Senator is quite sick. C. M. Phillips, Gen'l Manager. for Senator. three brothers named Wheelock. An D. Denham, sentative- to vote for him The Largest Stock to select from. Prices alwas as Low as the low The snow is about gone and the ice old quarrel was renewed, terminating in Lewis county also declared for him and the killing of ono of the Wheelocks and is gradually melting out of the river. est. Mr. Thos. Dalton has charge of Jewelry Department. Watchif the people had a chanco to give exThere was a phonograph exhibition BOARD fatal shooting of another by Bures, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and Warranted. to their wishes, a majority of the pression at the Baptist church Tuesday evengess. the counties would endorse our distinof concerts of the glee clubs ing. A series guished Representative. Mrs. E. F. Arthur, who has been of tho larger American colleges is proOld Gold and Silver taken in exchange for goods. Col. T. P. Hill, President, necology of prominent people io posed for the World's Fair. It is plan- very fiick for sotnc weeks past, is much Tiik K. C. Walton, V. President, unusually large for the first mouth of ned to have the series begin immediate- improved. Thanking my friends and the public generally for their liberal paRev. W. J. Johnson was not able to year. Gould, Kennn, Hayes., Rut-le- ly after the collego commencements, tho A. C. Sink, Sec. & Trcas., tronage in the past year, I hope to merit a continuance by polite at Brooks, Lamar, have all joined the when the clubs will be in their beat fill his pulpit last Sunday nnd Rev. L. II. IIklm, J. S. Rice, Agents. tention, honest gooes and fair prices. A. R. PENNY Smith preached in his place, forms. silent majority in the last few weeks. Semi-Week- ly Interior Joukml W. WALTON. SIX : PAGES. FBIDAY. something mean nbont Gov. McCreary, tho opposition pa pers make themsolvps ridiculous. They ran find nothing vulnerable in his pub27, 1S93 lic record, so they pounce upon his personal appearauco and chaigo that he shaves twice a day and oils his hair. This terrific arraignment, if true, needs looking into, and a legislative committee ought to bt appointed to investigate. A tmn guilty of such conduct ought not to be sent to tho Senile. I Is their elTort to Bay CRAB ORCHARD. THAT CltEflUflflCE IS STILL on SM at Tin: Schar-izeubac- h, im. tfmxsirixjt CjqpjftTP&TG? jr mLJ fcJ J cents; men's allwoolovershirts at cost. long as the sneeial things wont last much longer. Don't nut it ' flannels at 15, 20 and 25 oents; men's iroolred fllannels shirts only 50 1, n shoe Gent's fine shoe $1; custom made, SI. 50; fine calf shoe $2. 75, hand made 61, G5. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. Men's brown cheviot suit $Jf.50, men's all suit $7. : OVERCOATS : AT : PRIME COST. AT Knee pants, 25 cents men's working pants, $1. BR (ISSUES CARPETS THE LOUISVILLE STORE, ) r Stanford, Ky. JIAYS, Manager. ball-roo- iiiuu.. HVIcKIIMEY.BROS, --- j g SAVE YOU MONEY Daryinj Sets, Pocket I Table Cutlery, IR,- - Mid-dleabor- o, 51c-Eet- - lamp-chimne- y ZTJS&lsfllttl -- - Fancy Groceries, Fruits Confectioneries. Baker's Bread Always on Hand e 11 For Salo o Few More Building Lot ly Building k Loan him-sel- OF X.OTCJXSYXX.I.E, Vicd-Presul- oiit quar-entitl- n Ao Mo And I. n DRUGGIST AND JEWELER R. FENNY, AT STANFORD. Engraving Beautifully and Artistically Done. r, ) ts V"1'1 fTi-'-f- . .vrft -- 7'"' cr?1W:T3ffll I"".'! ipmj u m.f.1 pwmMw '' ' . "i '" '"fM,se a Semi-Week- ly InteriokJouknal 27, 1K),3 irAwroni), Kv., .January W. TP WALTON. BAFFLED CONSPIRATORS. II Y AY. K. ISOItlll.S(CONTINUED.) CHAPTER THK hOCIKTY . VII. 1TC MKMIIERS. I'KOTKCTr! li-- - rterv rrr- - T.. i"f i .ISA. 'ifrtTr.u . .. n "The car On tint next in riling lmt ono aftor tho PTPiit clironlrliMl in tlm liiht rlmptcr Lonl UiiiM nft'lveil thnti lottrs by the mow rust which ntTonliHi liim tirotlijdoiH niutixtiiiit'iit. iliwcil of " oxne(l wivt The first of them th.it he from IVrry Thorolil, nml rim "My Okar Gnsi: I ilare miy you haven't forgotten that iinn ewnini; aftor tliniirr vim imlticetl 1110 mid two other idiot to join what I think yon railed a llacholoni' Muttinl Aid and Piotivtion nooit'tv, and that wo IkhiiiiI owo'ves to ftlwtain from pro'toaiiiK to any woman until wo nhould have receired one iKTintadnn to do o. Howl caii havo Utii co silly tm to fotter myelf in uch n way emiuot imagine., hut hnviut jciven my word, of course I iiuit keep it, and finer I am now thinking of marrying or nt least of asking a lady to marry me I nnmt wa you to let mo know when I can meet you nnd thn let it he toother two victims. morrow, if jvwiihlc, a I am much prow cl for time, and for heaven'. wikn let the dliwuwdon 1w short one! I am mire ) on will understand how very disagreeable thin- tomf(H)lery i to me under the Kvcr your., 'Pr.iu v Tuoitol.n." Kimtnct! Moreton'ri note win evi'iiiitoro nil-oth- m follitwrt: 1 I'lr-ue- - ooiicIm: "Df-aGpim: I ronton"! ilnd you last night to tell you that I want a Hireliago elub ing of that billed of your Humiiioui'd at once. I'm going to oiler my heart and hand to somebody, if you'll kindly allow me. I'll t 11 you and i hope all alwut it when we nono of you will K enough to put njokw in my wheel. Aftor all, it' Mioboily'i business but my own. Yours in liaatt', r anti-man uu-ct, language, and in inoro carefully clio-and this wan what he had to say for himself: t '.Mv Dkau Loui ('use When I joined you and our friends Thnrold and Moreton, Homo mouths ago in an agreement Unit wo would nono of iw offer marriage to a lady without previously ml' Jiiiiff m'r ',,, for approval to tho other inemlK-r- of our nociety I did not, 1 confm", think that I should Imj thoflrnt. to claim the mpiinito permission and authority. Kate, however, has deemed that it should m w), and I feel fiiru that I may count, at least, ujwn your mm'-tioYou may havo your own opinion of tho lady in question, and it may not bo all that I (who am possibly a littlo butter acquainted with her) could wish it to be; yet it would hardly, I thiuk, s "Kivr.vru Mokkton." Mr.Sohneiiler wroUt at greater length li FOOD, COOKS f AND EATING. Dumas attributed Kvo'h sin to a lovo eating. Napoleon favorite dainty was blood pudding. Tho Dane wero accustomed to oat sir times n day. In 1WK) tho French miido livo kinds of wheat bread. Oliver Cromwell loved veal seasoned with orange. Tho ieacock nnd swan woro famous old Gentian dainties. In Iceland codfish Ixmtuu ton powder aro used as bread. Salmon was formerly believed to drunkenness. Tho fashion of serving tho fish beforo meat begun in lMtt. Tho Greeks oxcclled in sweetmeats and fruits, tho Homnus in eolid dishes. Bread, suit fish, pork nnd lecr woro tho common breakfast of llonry VIII. A fnvnrito dninty in Naples in 1C0O was a gooso plucked and roasted alive. Tho interior of a Roman roast pig contained thnibhes, ortolan ami small fish. said a dessert without clieeso was liko a woman without an eye. In 1037 tho English had potatoes, tulip roots, radishes, pumpkins, artichokes, colowort, cnbbngo, cucumber, carrots, parsnip, turnips, becta, uspuraguo, onions, lettuco and cress. A plo served to Charles II was mado of sparrows, potatoes, cryngoos, lottnco, chestnuts, oysters, citron, artichokes, tggs, IcmonB, barberries, pepper, nutmeg, cloves, tnaco, currants, sugar and wino. St. Louis pro-nio- to Drillat-Savariu Qlobe-Donipcra- L Rknt. NALiilding. Offiie in Intirior Jour I Apply to W. P. Walton. ' consistent with tho views which I havo heard you express wero you to opposo a union recommended chiefly, if not solely, by considerations of worldly prndenco I will not say moro and advantage. upon this subject now, a I hope to have in early opportunity of laying my ca-- 1 beforo you all. 'My time, as you know, is very much occupied at present, and I may at almost wiy moment bo eomjK'lled to go north. I am therefore most anxious to bring tlii matter to an issue, as soon as possible, and if you could make it suit your convenience nnd that of onr friend to meet mo in thu coursu of I should feel greatly obliged, llelii'vo me, my dear Lord Guise, very truly yours, "J. Scunuideii." If there wan ouo of these missives which mado Lord Guise laugh moro than nnother it was the last. Upon what ladie tho choice of Thorold mid Morotou hod resiieotively fallen ho did not know, though ho had suspicions with regard to More ton: but as to Mr. Schneider' selection ho wan in no uncertainty, and tho solemnity of that gentleman' style delighted him. "I w.-- sure from tho first that there was no frivolity nlwut Schneider," ho muttered. "The jieoplo who set him down n a fool will find out their mistako one of these day. What a magnificent M. P. he will make, and what a joke it will ! if Sybil accept him! If I can only roeoncile it with my conscience to Yot tor him I will rertaiuly do so: but I ha a duty to 'wiform, and I must not think M'HUhly of my own amusement." In any vur tho approaching meeting scorned likely to be an amusing one, and replies to Lord Guii.o at oneo dispateln-hi throi' eon ospondentw, requo.-tin- g them to din with him that evening. Hi tnivengor si"edily brought him b.iek grateful aneptauees of Ins iuvitatioiiH, k that it only remained to give the instruction to the linusfkcepor. Iord (iniho, when in London, inhabiteI a few rHui in the somewhat gloomy family mansion in Piccadilly, which hit father, who was nu old m.n in failing health, doMoiii occupied. During the enson he wan supjwsed (tho supposition was scarcely verified) to take the bunion of entertainment off the ducal shoulders, and tho service of thu ducal rhef were therefore placed at hi disposition for three mouth out of the year. Consequently four gentlemen Kit down in tho smiciou dining room that evening to a dinner which only one of thorn appreciated. Tho other threu were far too much preoccupied with their own thoughts to pay my hood to tho fare sot lsfore them, ami it cannot be said that their conversation was at till worth listening to. A for their host he India ved admirably, not a smile Mpjiearing upon hi face, though every now and tl'en lnwa shaken by an oxcoim of inward merriment. He exerted hiuix-l- a yosl deal more thau was hi wont to entertain his guests nnd set them at their eao, and he mado no allusion whatever to the ciuso of their lKing where they wero until nfter dinner, when ho suggested that they should adjourn to his den in order to "discuss tho busmen of the evening." A soon rs this move had been effected and cigars mid cooling drink had Ikvii brought Lord Guise seated himself at hi writing table, which g.ivo him somewhat the air of presiding over a council of state, his throe associates having Iwen accommodated dth arm chair facing him. Ho opened tho proceedings in an easy, colloquial tone, yet in such a manner as to convey tin idea that he regarded them as quite Ktrioils. "Well, my dear follows, you have called a meeting of our society, as you were lKiutid to do, and here wo aro. I hoe and think that you will havo reason to congratulate yourselves eventually, if not immediately, upon the lwneficent working of tlm system, but of course the system can only bo mado to work by each ono of us determining to do what he believe to be lw.it for the other, without fear or favor. What I moan to say i that there must 1k no bargaining, no sort of tut it understanding, such as 'you vote for meatid I'll vote for you.' Oilier-vi-we shall quite defeat our own object. 1 wouldn't insult you by shaking in this way if I could fool that I was addressing men in their sober sense, but as no Ions than throe out of tho four of us havo avowed their intention of committing matrimony I don't consider mysulf lxmiid to ajxilogizo." Lord GuibcV tLroe hearer looked loth burptised and shamefaced. They had not exactly anticipated thla announcement, but two of them had certainly contemplated securing a majority by tho underhand means suggested. Their president, after surveying them for a niomont with serene benevolence, losumed: "I now beg to move that Mr. Schneider bo luurd first. Those who aro in favor of the motion will kindly hold up their hands." Three lunds.including Mr. Schneider's, wero at onw raised, and that gentleman iviw ..w...'--....- r ...... iccnnliiiL'K invited to .tnt. bis ojise. . This he did in terms to which no exception could bo taken. Ho wa not, he said, going to dispute the trut.h of tho axiom which might bo regarded as the foundation of their sooiety, namely, that a man in lovo is thereby incapacitated from judging whether tho' object of hi affection is a suitable wifo for him. That might or might not bo so, mid he neither admitted nor denied that ho was in lovo with tho lady whom 'he desired to marry. Ho ventured, however, notwithstanding what had fallen from Lord Guise, to submit that ho wa in full possession of hi bouses, and further, that tho match which ho had in contemplation could not bo objected to by any fair minded man. "It is, if I may put things a littlo coarsely, a fair bargain. I have a good deal of money I won't claim any other advantago for myself and Lady Delvoir has her title, as well as a social standing which" "Lady Belvoirl" interrupted Moreton indignantly. "I never heard such cheek I mean I never heard of anything so preposterous in my life! You needn't trouble yourself to say any more, my good fellow; I shall certainly vote agaiuat nw:-itsary f you. Why, you don't Httppowj that your beastly money would bo any temptation to her, do you? Hang it all I ahe might mnrry nny man in England if sho liked." Lord Gniso had to remind tho speaker thnt hi remarks wero both inteinj.nvato nnd irrelevant. "I don't care what they aro," returned Moreton. "I shall vote ngainst him." "Ami you, Tin ; dd':" inquired Lord Guise blandly. Mr. Thorold confessed that ho had not Ijeen prepare I to hear of such a project as that which had just lwen made known to them. If ho was to give his candid opinion, and to dismiss all other consideration than that of Mr. Schneider' probable welfare from his mind, he wa afraid he must say that it did not sound to him a promising one. At tho same time, hIiico there seemed to bo a tolerably strong chanco of Lady Belvoir'a declining tho oifor mado to her "Excuse me," interrupted Lord Guise, "but that ha nothing to do with your "Thorold," said Moreton gravely, "it strikes mo that you nro hedging. You aren't allowed to hedge; it's against tho rules. If you don't think tho match you must oxpres your conviction by your vote." Pressed in this way Percy was reluctantly compelled to declare himself opposed to the Bchctno for which tho sanction of tho meeting wiw asked. "That," observed Lord Gulso, "constitute a majority, find I need not say whether I approve or disapprove. It fol lows, in virtue of onr agreement, that Schneider i debarred from holding verbal or written communication with Lady Boivoir for a period of six months from tho present date. Sorry for your disappointment, Schneider; but there aro many disappointments which prove to be blessing in disgui w. Now, Moreton and Thorold, we aro ready to hear you. Don't both speak at oner." Tho gentlemen named showed no disposition toward a display of unseemly hasto. liach glanced interrogatively at tho other, while the agonized protest of Schneider died away unheeded; each looked thoroughly uncomfortable, nud neither of thorn opened his lips. At length Moreton raid: "Well, I'm buro I don't caro who speaks first. It' coufou'-dedlunpleasant having to lay baro tlia secret of one's heart to three grinning, unsympathizing leggar like you; but I mipposo there' no help for it. I won't imitate Schneider by talkiug about bargains; to my mind there' nothing so utterly disgtuting as making marriage a bargain. I hotn.Uly confess that I am over head and oars in love I don't think I ever in nil my lifo was so much in lovo with Lady Iklroir." "Oho!" said Lord Guise. "1 don't know what j ou mean by 'oho,'" returned Moreton, who wa in a somewhat irascible mood; "but I wish you would allow me to finish. Aftor that you may oho till you're black in tho face, if you liko. I wa going to say that my lwing in love with Lady Boivoir doesn't in the least blind me to her defect, so that it would lw quite nuperfiuons for nny of you to omt them out to me. Please to bear in mind that what you havo to consider is whether it wonld make mo happy to marry a woman who i this, that and the other, etc.; it isn't a question of whether you would Ik) made happy by marrying her. You can't tell inu anything about Lady Boivoir that 1 don't already know, and as for her failings -- well, I prefer them to other people' virtues. Now then!" Schneider, red in the fare and a good deal perturbed, said, without a moment' hesitation, that ho could not possibly vote for his rival. Ho had no ungenerous feeling in tho matter, ho was personally willing to let uny man take liis chanco; but it feeeiued to him altogether absurd to snpposo that Lady Boivoir and Mr. Moreton could live harmoniously together a man and wife. "I should lw sorry to make any confident upon such a subject," said Percy; "but I own that Moreton' way of stating his caso strike mo as straightforward and promising. Upon tho assumption that a man is deceived as to tho character and diioition cf the lady whom ho lovo wo might lw justified in interfering on his behalf; but Moreton tell us that ho i acquainted with all Lady Boivoir' faults, and that ho likes them. That boing so, I don't foo why I should drag him back bj the coit tail. I vote in favor of hi lxdtig allowed to try his luck." "Leaving the responsibility of decision with me," remarked Lord Guise. "Well, it would ill become mo to shrink from exercising my rights. Moreton, my dear fellow, you will havo to go into oxilo for six months. I don't wish to harrow your feeling by saying what I think of Lady Ikdvoir; but it is sadly evident to mo that if you liko her peccadilloes now, you wouldn't liko them nfW you wero married to her. You must really think over tho future in a moro serious bpirit lieforo you commit yourself." Eustace Moreton' rejoinder shall not bo set down here, becnuso it was couched in language much moro vehement than ho ought to have employed in addressing a friend who was cruel only to bo kind. Lord Guise very proparly took no notice of it, but merely said: "Tho caso is disposed of. Next boy." Tercy Thorold cleared hi voice, tlm w away tho end of hi cigar and began: "This much is certain, anyhow not ono of you can pretend that he knows tho girl whom I wish to mako my wifo a well as I do. With Lady Belvoir wo aro all pretty well acquainted, and beside, sho may almost bo callejla public character. At all events her sayings and doing aro chronicled and freely commented upon in newspapers which everybody reads. But Miss Lelie, I am thankful to say, is quite unknown to the general public, and I trust that alio may long remain so. If anybody hero can find a word to say against her, lin must bo tolerably bold, or ho must havo source of information which aro not open to me. As a matter of fact you havo all threo mot her, and I don't seo how you can very well havo helped thinking her charming. Did you say nnj thing, Moro-toalo pro-dictioV toto." o -- "I'll say it again presently," answered Moreton, with a short laugh. "Go on." "I don't know that I havo anything more to add," resumed Percy, a littlo disconcerted by this menace of incipient hostility. "I cmn't think that anything can bo urged against Miss Leslio personally, nnd it is difficult to imagino what can bo urged against my proving to her except, indeed, that I am not good enough for her. That I fully admit; only perhaps the option of replying to such a question might bo granted to her." "Oh, I'vo no doubt you'rogood enough for her," said Moreton; "but whether sho is good enough for you or for nny man who wants to lead a peaceable lifo is another matter. What do you think, Schneider?" Now, Mr. Schneider had been not a littlo incensed by Thorold's adverse voto, which had npieared to him ill natured and uncalled for; in addition to which ho had just a good reasons as Moreton had for disliking Dorothy. These ho might havo been miignnnimous enough to overlook if tho way in which ho had been treated by the meeting had been such as to entitle any member of it to consideration at his hand, but under all tho circumstance ho felt himself quite free to suy: "Well, binco I am asked, and sinco I beliovo I am expected to bo candid, I must own that I should bo sorry to eo a friend of mine married to Miss Leslie. In my humble opinion she has a nasty, sarcastic sort of disposition, nnd I doubt whether she would mako her husband' houso n pleasant one to dine at." "I'm quito with you there," observed Moreton, vith malicious complacency. "Not to mincn matters, I think sho i a jwrfcotly horrid girl." It ha already been mentioned thnt Percy Thorold knew how to keep hi temiier under provocation. Ho said, without any outward manifestation of tho wrath that ho felt: "Of cour.se I am very sorry that you should lx)Mi havu formed so mistaken an opinion of Mi.s Leslie, but I may venturo to hopo that timo will modify it. Assuming, however, for tho sako of argument, that, if she accepted me. you would not accept a sulsequeut invitation to dinner from her, is that a sufficient reason for refusing me permission to consult my own taste?" "My good sir," answered Moreton, who bad no idea of granting to others what had been denied to himself, "it isn't of tho slightest Use to reason with us. Wo don't liko Mis Leslie, wo don't approve of her, and wo shonld never forgivo onrai'lve if wo wero to let you marry her without taking another six month for reflection. I havo no doubt that I am expressing Schneider's sentiment'? a well a my own." Mr. Schneider signified by a gravo bow that such wa the wise. "Then," said Lord Guise, "I am afraid there is nothing for it but to pass tho usual sentence upon you, Thorold. The opinion of the majority is clearly agaiiiBt you, and tho minority, if there is one, had better hold it peace. Now wo have disjMwd of our btisines quito as harmoniously and expeditiously as could havo been desired, and I trust wo aro all satisfied." "Satisfied!' growled Moreton; "well-har- dly. I can answer for one of us being thoroughly dissatisfied. What tho deuce am I to do, 1 should liko to know? It's all very well to tell mo in nn offhand way that I mustn't speak to Lady Belvoir for another six months, but it so happens thnt I havo made an appointment with h t. and I beliovo sho understand jK'rfectly well why I mado it. A nico sort of fellow sho'U think mo if I don't turn up and never send her a word of explanation!'' "That is precisely my own predicament," baid Schneider dolorously. "I, too, havo made nn appointment with Lady Ikdvoir, and I cannot help thinking that I am moro to bo pitied than More-tobccauEo I have reasons which ho can scarcely havo for hoping however, I won't insist upon that. But I do think that some opportunity should bo given us of offering excuse. It i bad enough that we should w forced to excuse ourselves at all; surely there is no occasion to make us lehavo liko absolute cads into tho bargain!" "Really, Giiito," said Thorold, "yon must admit that that is a reasonable demand. What possible excuses wo shall bo able to mako I don't know; but wo must be allowed to say something. We can't simply absent ourselves without a word or sign." "Why not?" inquired Lord Guise blandly. "Because, my dear fellow speaking for myself, anil I daro say I may speak for my partuer in misfortune we aro more or loss committed. I suppose it isn't very usual for any man to propose to any woman without boiiio preliminary sort of courtship, and for my own part I certainly shouldn't do such a thing unless I had n fair hopo of being accepted. You see what n 111053 ono gets into when one attempts to put theso non.nsical theories of your into practice." "I see," answered Loid Guise, "that you havo got yourselves into a mesj; but whoso fault is that? You have all, I am sorry to find, broken tho spirit of our agreement. You had no business to commit yourselves. Now, I don't know much about Miss Leslie; but what I do know is all in her favor, so that I shall Ih sincerely sorry if she is distressed by Thorold' nppireut faithlessness. At tho same time it must bo remembered that in six montlis from now he will bo at liberty to explain matter fully to her, and if sho ha any real affectum for him it" ought to survive a separation of six mouths. "As regards Lady Belvoir, I am as certain 113 I am of my own existence that sho care neither for Sohneider nor for Moreton, "nor for nny other living being except herself, and ns for remembering ony man who absented himself from her for half a year sho simply couldn't do it. Therefore you need not feel the slightest uneasiness about her. She will bo a littlo surprised when you fail to turn up; but next week she will have clean forgotten you both and e very good thiug, too! Women liko Lady Boivoir aro ono of tho scourge of civiliza n, tion, a lew men or wnom I happou to be on they aro not dangerous, nnd aro consequently rather amusing than KorfoIkiWesfernRJL othcrwiso as n study; but to smct ptihlu peoplo liko you they aro worse than the plague, and tho very be?t way for yon Schedule Dec. 18, 1891. to treat them is to run av.iy from theui. LEAVE NORTON DAILY I heartily congratulate you upon being 7:00 a. m. for Graham. Bluefield, PocahontM compcl'e 1 to adopt that wise course." and all stations Flat Top and Pocahontas DivisI to ions. This harangue, which was listene 12:04 noon, for Bluefield, Radford, Rosnoke, with evident impatience, failed to pro- Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Also (via Hagerstewn, Harris-our- itivo effect upon the audi- Roanoke) for Washington, York. duce any Philadelphiaaod New ence, aunti.;stwhom sy.np.Oiasof muti.iy Pullman Sleeping Cars from Loul'ville to Nor Expr.-wero becoming npparent. in folk via Norton and Radford; also Radlord to York, via Shenandoah Rsd was given to theso by Moreton, who said New to Washington; also from Junction, alsts Rich lord Lynchburg al though ho had pledged his honor mond. that Trains Goodaa a gentlem :n to act in u certain way, will leave for Pocahontas. at PowhatantJand ra, Illuefield daily 6 10 a m,I 30 0 required to do no, ho had never in- p m and 30 p tu. if Leave llluefield 6 id a n daily for Kenova and tended thnt pledge to npply to conduct Columbus, O. Arrive Columbus o 15 pm unbecoming a gMitlemiu. and t'vit when Additional trains for Welch and intersnedlat one fount' if tween tin bonis of stations on Flkhorn leave Illuetield ot m and daily. jild but clioooe to be 3 a" pm arrive at N'ortoj from the East daity at a dilem . Trains 11 40 p m and o p impale I upo.i he lets sharp of them. For further fnformation aa to scheduler, rates, t might it pr.id-eLord Guise, Ac. apply to ngents of Ncrfolk A Western Railroad cr to W. li. BE V I L L, to makon Ono last Ren. Pass. Agt Roanoke, Va. or one hut let tor might bj permitted, Ii Raid, but it mil t bo dLtiSw'tly undera'oMl t'in.. cnly one of cither could IF YOU ARE GOING., bo allowed. All three bf tho on 'cumed accepted these t tuis. 'wrcciving that ok they could Iiojk- for no better, and shortly THK afterward Muivfon and Schneider tool: their leave. 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AdAass UflN mui aijirtslr Stfl t0awy, Nw York Uty. tuuuauxas r . ., . . w . Ne, I : ; . v m D . l,'ri sm Sr .! W it connnitteo met HOW TO ENTERTAIN. met NYE. with a severo accident in tho northern Thoto seo tho artesianhim aad took him I nm receiving ap We -- ill pay the alwve well, and visited eloeim f;ry. Ce of MILLLINKRV nn of the moi Stanford. Tt!cV ever handM in l.iver Complaint, Uyptpin, hick HcmUcli. In.l tho public school with him, and they say Helpful Mint to tlio Young ami woods of Wisconsin, by which my log rd with an eij'ecml rtitit 'n,ihe wantinf iikJ Con.ilpntl. n or Cotmei e we duction, IItM, HE SAYS IT ISN'T SO EASY AS wns very much broken nt tho knee. The ho ppoko to tho children, kept Vm laughcute with Wetf Vrcftahlo Liver IMIi, vvlien the trade Mi .Vorn Welch, of Cincinnati. . with me thl Ono of the most dreaded duties of tho direction! are mctly complied with. 1 hey ie rlencrd trimmer, eaon n5 an error in ing all tho while, Missed tho teacher, accident wns due largely to IT LOOKS. purely vrgeublo nnd never fail to Rive tatutac guarantee everything to I In average young married woman is thnt of Hon. Sugar coated. Large boim containing 30 nnproved lathlnn I he ladlov the lalett andtnman are invltnt judgment by which my own ecliptic swore at tho scholars and smoked tho call nd imitation. and enmlnc my which I will take nlrai! rill sc bisected tho orbit of a grownup cyclone committee's cigars. Oh, he's a corkerl formally entertaining her friends. Tho TheRenuInoRcvtarenf counterfeit by '1 he John L. tire ill allowing. iiiatiufacium' onlv ToStftrt Out nan Lecturer I an Dp Hill Job at a time when the cyclone's orbit was Ho lectures hero tonight!" MISS LICCIV: IICAZLKV. question of how and who is to her nn W 11 Co., Chlciiso, III. For ale by A K J Vader the Most FntnriitrlcClrciirnatAiicr. in uso. "Stepping on a bright, now peal ' "Is ho stopping hero at this house?' unsolved riddle till tho great teacher, He Describe tils I'lrnt Lecture rtml How of thunder," to quota from myself, 1 fell "Yes, he stops here. Charlie, where experience, conies to her aid. H Fait. quito a long distanco with very littlo ob- did Dill Nye go to?" The art of entertaining lies in knowing If "Why, ho was hero juet beforo the struction until I reached tho earth, when (CopyrlRht. irJ, b.r Etltcar W. Nye J how to make jteoplo enjoy themselves. I was shocked to find that I could pro- train went out." I've just boon talking with a young "Well, s'iosin you run up to No. 80 In tho first place tho simplest and beut - fey fL man on tho t rain. Ho sfjuirted nn hour ceed no farther. jk woman to keep up social Starting up, however, I was horrified and seo if bo's in. Tell him there's a re- way for everyto of Etinsliiitti into my lifo. So ho imagintercourse is have what, In "society, A now and Complete treatment, contiillnK ol ined. In fuct, I wanted to sleep, being to find before I had proceeded two steps lation of his down here." in lox Ointment Pretty soon Charlio enmo back and is called her day at home T! is implies uppoiuurte,positive cure In Canaulea, ninInternal, for Lalenal that my choicest leg had been broken ml pill; a kort over six weeks of slumber ami that during the evening n.ul .ifternoon HIcetlinK, Itching, Chrome, Kecenl er counting .on putting n Email collection of just below tho knee. After weeks of said that ho wns gone. Also his bright 6ht ta at homo to receive nny of her Ultul or Till Una remedy ha noef been Icrrditary suffering at a villnge, to which I was littlo enameled iwrtcmounaio. Ho had nt by mail $1 per box, 6 lor ly, uown to Uil winks on tho way. Ho sat near me in gono out on tho samo train which friends who wish to call upon her. Have Vhj- auffcr fr m tin terrible dUea.e when a the seat and hung his overcoat over my carried by admiring friends, I was led guarantee l iilhely Riven with 6 bnr, tho name of your day written or enhead so that hi- smoking tobacco sifted to believe from tho largo number of peo-pl- o brought mo in. Ho had enjoyed himself graved in one corner of your visiting elund the money if not cured Send ttamp Tor reeample t.uarantt-- Isand by A It. ,f;n"J long distances to view tho very much indeed, it is said. Ho had who came down tho back of my neck uud tickled Kjr. Call i shattered limb that if I could get it ou buggy ridden all day, made a few re- ami. When tho day comes put your ample and ole audit, Stanford, ' the top of my seuSitivo head. -1 J. stage, together with a few explan- marks to tho workinpnen on reciprocity room in order, dress yourself as prettily tho ns you can in a house dross and have hot atory remarks regarding atmospheric and delivered a notoriously unsound AT phenomena, I would entertain and in- Epeech beforo tho Presbyterian synod, water ready to mako a cup of tea or struct whilo possibly detracting atten- which was then in session there a speech chocolate for your visitors. It is pleasJe3sc Thompson's Barber Shop, tion from tho accursed ballet and thus which I have Ijecn nearly eight years in ant, if you can arrange it, to havo a littlo tea table in your parlor, with your Kr trying to live down by an upright life. T here are llirve of the beit I'arbcr in the Slate elevating tho stage. Tlnre are al" eceilrnl llall- R.mn runlneon-n-ctinI spoko on that evening nt a great dis- cups and Mincers, sugar iowl nnd a dish A Now York manager had previously Aitrlit lor LrtiriRldii Mr.tm l.atitidrr. Dr. F. Wnl'i NVrveand written mo regarding tho possibility of advantage. It had become noised about of cakes or wafers. Nothing breaks up apecific C for listeria, I)iifini-,"- tDrainlt1 realinent, .Ntiira'cu the formality of a call liko eating and my lecturing, and I had been just coy that I was a low, coarso thing, and that Nervou I'roMralion canted by alcohol or tohacco. W2f!ilne,Mental Deprettfnn, :ou- enough to keep him interested. Thus as I 1 had nover been in good society much. drinking together. decay, Then about tho small parties "people eninc ot llrain, earning inwnily, rnttery, Lo of began to got around on crutches I could Ono man asked at tho box office if it death. Piemalure Old Arc, llarrrnnr, would bo a proper placo to bring ladies. feel called upon to give. Let me advise I'owcr in either e, Impotency l.ucorrhira and not ovcrcomo tho desiro to appear in Involuntary I.otet, public, so that thoso who had "read aft- I do not know when 1 hnvo been bo never, never to bring together peoplo all lYmale Wcaknours, by of hrjui, caiiM-treatment A month' EVERY mo could also "sit under me." I pained. It is hard enough to lecturo for who aro strangers to each other without A bine. Over er" We guarantee l boar to I, wroto to this manager and told him that tho first time anyhow; but, oh, how dis giving them something to do. Asido f ure.l lor Js by mil in boie with $5 will end Kachoider for EYE tressing it is when ono has been ma- from progressive euchro parties, whist written guarantee 10 refund it not cured Guarho might make fifty dates for mo in parties and small dances, there are ob- antee Unued only bv A K Penny, Urueritt nd ON cities in December and January ligned and misrepresented by an alibi! Me aeent, Stanford, ky I was introduced byaintn who was so servation parties, cobweb tiurtics and a at an enormous prico. Ho wroto back to know what printing and press notices afraid that ho might accidentally bo re- host of others, for. you sec, the teoiilo sponsible for my sentiments that ho said usually come from different circles; they I had. I had ono notice, which I sent to him nothing except in regard to tho beauti nave nover mot betoro itnu may never Tint nnri foiewarm rmnirtr, fihtiuti ami our land wlthemt at once, nlthough ho nover used it. It ful sou and clunato of tho town, and meet ngnln. Conversation is difficult other n at tilrria ilnnbe prselitrd to the per is comall loll mutton, what a future she had before her, and under such circumstances, and playing tt was as follows: of the law MirtitU pletely taken with It. a lively gamo thaws things out. M. I.ACKOWITZ. "Last evening Mr. Nyo spoko nt tho what undeveloped resources she hail, '1 Some were capI. Mr.w I.A.M). Don't, don't depend on music The new rink hero on tho subject, 'Is or It and how a littlo foreign capital would W. II. IIAVS. amateur piano soloist is a nuisance. Poor tured by completo r. LVON. Not tho Tariff a Tax? Tho spcakor ar mako her what sho was destined in tho KKKIi IIAl'MANN. and handsomely irived on tho 8 o'clock stago from Tio no great distant futuro to become tho singers are letter tolerated, but so much K I.WHIIK. i 'NINETY DAYS AND COSTS. time must bo spent in urging, for they MKS. M A MA RUN llustrated NOVEL, Siding. He was tho first ono in tho hall gem city of the continent. Ho said ho would liko somo day my and by far tho last ono out of it. Ho I nroso soniowhat irritated and said hnvo colds or don't sing without notes hut it was those judgment on n book ho was going to speaks with great difficulty, owing to the that after tho beautiful nnd deserved nnd have left their music ltehinti them. If yon want to give a mn.sicale, that is publish under tho titlo "Gleanings." I fact that ho is unablo to thiuk of things tribnto and introduction just given to Colored said yes, I would look at it when I hap to say. Somo think ho will improve tho gem city of tho continent I wns sorry another matter tamllert, Pill la tho Worldly Th Above all thing cultivate a kindly pened to 1h at Ins house. Ho said that Tho lecturo was free, and several camo in to stato that it was unable to bo present of Society Ladies, would bo unnecessary, a3 ho had it with to get warm. Thoso who were already this evening, and that I had been secured spirit toward your guests. Don't let nny in the fashion debim. Ho opened his valise, which con- warm enough did not como in. ono feel neglected or lonely. Somo are Aof recruiting; health la licorertl ta" to tako its place. Then I went on from tl tained tho manuscript, a pair of arctics partment, that my lecture, which hounded timid: some are sensitive: some, and "Tho janitor tells us that tho lecturo thnt with and a lunch, and took out "Gleanings." lasted over an hour. Ho thinks that if strange and very ioor to me. the.se are the hardest to manage, aro de- m the business." Do read quite a Jot of it to me. When any ono snickered, it surprised termined to feel slighted nnywny. boiuo-tbin- g livery eye will our peoplo hero had begun in timo it "Now what would your judgment bo could have Ixmmi averted. Ho is going to and astonish'Hl mo so that my very asis wrong with you when any ono welcome on that:" ho said. resign as janitor if tho owners of tho tonishment added to their mirth. I wns goes from your presence without Wing A In liver nflrctiona, alek licndnclir. 1rour "Ninety dtys and costs." said ns building do not treat him with moro so depressed and sad inside that it seemed better ami gladder for the meeting. Wo pcmU, flatulence, Itrnrtlnirii, lilllou eollc, riruittloua of tlie akin, nutl itllv quick aa a flash. CLUBBING to heighten tho effect and add to wlut lino all noticed how differently ixxple consideration." tniutilrsof tha bovtela, He said u ho reluctantly got off tho rtTretartrarnarvi-loiuANNouNcn.Mn.vr Theynrvurtir-- v There were other notices' that were bet- there was in tho text that wns of a hu- affect us. Some draw ns out until wo recti ua well rt a jjrntlo rntlirtlr.-car that ho was a great student of Mr. ter than tho above notices that I had morous character. That nir of intent nrohurpriiwd at thoen.su with which our (Thatiundiqut.r,don'tltl) Very inl I und eavy to tahr. l'rlrn, Riley, tho Hoosier poet. "I don't be- written myself for I was moro careful gloom whilo on tho platform is btill with thoughts coma Wo did not know that Park l'lnee, .V. Y. A year's subscriptic. onice, 30 lieve Jim has ever wroto anything that not to wound my feelings than tho man mo today. It is natural and honest. It we could uK so well. I ho secret of tion to both I can't repeat, and, between you and me, who wrote that ono. Remember, is not nssumed. It wns utago dght to this charm I, sympathy. a heap better than ho does it. I use his GODEYS BUTUqilUIT. begin with, and it lir.s nt last ccfitallizcd every ono law some ono thing ho is in lusrn qri.TiTT. o a few weeks, greatly to tho After Goodby, Johnnie; seo you later.' in my A Find out what ir ' 21 PARK KOW, of thoso who know me, I got a tele- into hnbit and has hcui honoftd by the tented in .N. Y. CITY, lecture." gram asking mo my price fo? lecturing. nnmo of "an." It is not nrv. It is the hostcKi must bo a good listener- l and Speaking of lecturing, I linvo uu ear- Tho telegram camo from a small but petrifaction of my early horror. pathetic listener. nest and sincere letter from a young man very active and thrifty place. I was not Sb'bAN ANDHKVVS RlCK. at Raccoon Summit, Tenn., nsking about ready with my lecturo yet, and my Interior J -my own early experience and how I clothes were not done, so I wired back A TALENTED LADY. $4 60 liko H. I would chanro 500 and expenses. Ml KiUhrrlno W. Kimm, of tlic National Tho history of tho lecture industry of Tho answer by red message was that my Couirutnry of .Miil-America is ouo of altcnmto elation and terms were nccepted with pleasure. Tiie most Celebrated Kye. Kar, ''11 rolled on the stall of the vocal Indepression. It is history of alternate A Ilcrnitiinriulntlon. This only gave 1110 two days in which Xost, 'I hroat and Chronic Disstructors employed by tho National Confailure and success, written with the to study my pieco and finish my clothes. servatory ot Music is Kathuriuo W. Evheart's blood of tho lecturer. It is a It was very annoying, but I could not ease Specialist in the State. ans, whom 'he president sjn'aks of as record of hopo and indigestion, of ex- honorably get out of it. Also by this lie? all Worm Romodios. "That bright Yankee girl," and who Has led hilarating applause and nipping frosts. time I had grown very tired of studying EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. works in her department with a Zealand It is easy in America to say: "I will bo tho lecture. It did not improve on acenthusiasm that make her an ablo colnn. a lecturer. I will train my voico and quaintance. I wondered how I could havo muiiKitMu.'UYLmtarii. ru.,T.Lott. league of the distinguished foreigners warm tho cold hearts of my "fellows with seen anything smnrt in it on tho start. who mainly represent the faculty of the my nice new upper register. I will train Oil, how very trito and tart and tough it institution. Miss Evans was lorn in myself from an elocutionary point of seemed an I studied it walking up and 5ii y ffl Rochester, N Y., and her unusual view, and I ill writo myself a lecture down in tho granary, and how I wished promise of talent und aptitude deterto fit tho gestures that I havo thought that I bad not beaten down tho price of mined her imrunts to afford her every up; I will win for myself a placo in the tho young man who wanted to writo a advantage that might aid in fitting her hearts of my countryiueu at $200 per good lecturo for mo! for a musical career pop, and committees shall say, "Lo! heis . Why did I try to economizo by writing xxi.TJv2l JmlLPk. Wlf- eMfcl She was sent abroad to IVrlin. where indeed a corker!" and tho leading jeoplo my own lecture? Hero was a young i1 CO Ra sho studied under Mine. Desiree Artot of tho town bhall tako mo to their homes man who had written lectures for all do Padilla, who. convinced of the iiiro and give me of their preserves, and tho tho prominent lecturers of tho country, 1 "S3i. &"-- 2 abilities of the young girl, wroto to her committee shall meet mo at the depot and eight dollars was all ho asked. Why with a livery team." did I try to save eight dollars and thereCURES aOTSf-'WBS4 It is easy to say all this, but it is not by hnmiliato myself beforo tho people? Mrs. Higherman Now, nbont that miMJ4MIMarl easy to do it. Before all this can hapFinally tho job was done. Tho lecturo man yon sent over to me is ho honest? A SURE 'trd CERTAIN CJJRG pen tho long dusty road that leads to instead of tho lecturer was committed, Mrs. Fireman Well, I should say so. known tor i" yrif3 ns tho CEG7 public approval must bo sprinkled with and tho new clothes camo homo with He has been tried twico for stealing and REMEDY PILC3. tears. Tho amateur lecturer must con- white basting threads in thorn. I had a has escaped loth times. Smith & Gray's l'r.pjrtl-- ni(t 3DMIV.T1TI .. Wfti. IU, t 111 f, tribute many sobs and three sheet pos- dress rehearsal in tho evening at home Monthly. .w FBC. Kftf s" ' ters, and many an uiuatuur manager beforo I went to bed. One goal, kind must meet with reverses of his fortunes man went from my rehearsal to sit up Drvoiirlns: Affront. 1 while tho lecturer's cutts aro going with a lady who had been killed by her Tho most miserable of lives, probably, J. APPLEMAN M. D.. through tho samo process. husband whilo at tea. Ho went rather is that of tho "barn stormer," or comeBecome afflicted and remain bo, nufOur best lecturers aio too wealthy to cheerfully, it seemed to dian who goes about with others in a ine. Till- CM JIISRATKU iVriiif,' untold miseries from u bcuso lecture, and so tho field is occupied All along tho way to my engagement company, performing in small towns and of delicacy they caanot overcome. pretty extensively by thoo whoso fame I could not bo happy. Everything re- villages. Not infrequently these jwoplc is superior to their lectures, or whoso minded mo of my lecture. In my im- encounter audiences which express deBRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR, lectures aro suerior to their fame, i agination I could seo Iho audience, at served contempt for them in ways which Former y Pioleuorof l'rjulceof Mrdicine, too often it is either "a small but de- first expectant, then disappointed, then aro not kind. by Btiinulating nnd arouaing to lighted audience," or "a large and dis- disagreeable, "I suppose," said a friend of one of healthy action all hertorgonn, offcnsivo and finally then Electrical Modical College, appointed one." riotous. I could not eat anything. I these performers nt tho close of one of TORONTO, CANADA, Sometimes tho lecturer entirely escapes did not feel hungry. I dreaded meeting his expeditions, "that you got pretty rACTS AS A SPECIFIC. criticism, whilo theaudienco gotsa terri- tho committee I was tempted to get much everything thrown at you?' Now Ktamintnic l'ltikiin el the ble roasting for its apparent enjoyment. killed on tho road, and though I needed "Oh, yes apples, principally. And It causes health to bloom on tho Southern Medical Institute, This is ouo of the saddest sights I liava the advertising I gave it up, for I could now and then turnips and frequently io cheek, and joy to reign throughout ever witnessed. A bright young critic, not think of any kind of death that would tatoes." tho frame. It ncycr fuila to cure. I.OUISV11.I.K, KY. who lui3 had sometimes as high as a year not make mo ashamed to bo laid out. miss katiii:hini: w. kvanh. "And occasionally cabbages, 1 sup The But Medicine erer Midi for Women. Will be at Myers House, Stanford and a half of experience .11 a thought pose? own former instructor, tho world fa" ifu teif has baa undtr trratmtnt nt ItaAlnn moiuer, taKes an auuienco or more or Tuesday, Jan. 31, and until "Unfortunately wo were very seldom mous .Mine. Garcia Viardot, nnd urged phltletani thrte vart, iritAoul lxnJU. After htlr,g les3 mature people across his kneo and hit by a cabbage." noon Feb. 1st. her to accept Miss Evans as a pupil inrtuuiuji oj jiruujteiH-JlryuliKor gives it a well merited rebuke. I have' "Unfortunately! What do you mean when the fair American removed to ht can da hr own cooking, milking ana: ua$hlng," Kcturmns eery Jour wceV dtiilnt tbe year. N. 6. IIktan, Henderson, Ala. known nn undienco after such nn expo- -' by that?" I)r, Aiplciu in in Ktad.ii.trcf Ilellevue llninil-a- l Paris. Mcilr. al Collrsr, New Vi rk City, anil the Klec rieuco to change its name and go some- -' "Why, bless your soul, it was tho best Following a course of study there, tho BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.; Atlanta, Gft. rical Medical Colkgr, Toronto, Canada. He ha where else. No 0110 who has never been Hold I17 dracjlfte at f 1.00 per bottle. luck wo had when peoplo threw thoso industrious scholnr went on to Milan tudy ot ilie diiear he treated in aade a Ilellevue and Chanty llotpltal thecrt-aan audienco under such circumstances things at us. Wo had so littlo to eat nnd made herself conversant with Italian lr year and rccnsniea noaupcrior in diagnoaiiiK can imagine its chagrin when it finds by that wo were thoroughly glad to swal- methods of teaching, resolving to select and trcatitiir Chrome IMieatr He devote all TAKE TUT tho paper that it has enjoyed a lecture; low their insults." Youth's Companion. from each the features calculated to enhi time to the treatment of ilironi'- anil ticnoni iliieatc of both aeac and hit UII a un eiiirrt id which was a bitter disappointment to a to impart instruction in the able her thu rlaol wclleaiahli.hcd Tican uo blaso young critic. best manner in tho French. German nnd cettlnlly, and flot Aliine Very Well. years Judicious advertising twenty-fiv- o Italian schools. Mr. Green (who has lwen listening to Permanently Curos ago would havo made anv lecture a In musical biography nnd literature Mr. Brown's account of a trip around Actito ami Chronic Calairh, KlncliiB in Kar financial success, but now it will not. It sho Is a perfect encyclopedia, and in ads tho coast) And how did you like it, Mrs. W arW NltAt3HtCHICAtOtt((o winairioi r.e, har, oc, Throat v'Srii is a queer combination of fame ability dition sho has shown thnt she iKissesses Brown? .."UKniunt;, uimijii inu mauaer tiouult-itocutertninaud business sagacity which t Dvtnrnilj. Cnnm. riKiii i'ieair, i;utielr a facilo pen by her ablo translations of Mrs. Brown Well, I didn't see much natioti, Khriimaliiin and I'aralytit, Kpllepiyor together make up tho buiii of success. scenery, but the cabin was very tho folksongs of Sweden, Hungary, Ger- THE POPULAR AND DIRECT hilt pitivi'iv currd. of the from a box office standpoint now, and Yonnijoj middle aged men aulTerlnif from Jner. comfortable and tho stewardess a moat many and Bohemia. Gifted with great maiorrma, Impotency. Krnntton, Hie reinli. ol has to be tho test at least, for lecthat .MNUTO., intelligence, Miss Evans 6ays bright sympathetic- woman. Pick Mo Up. error or ecee, iliuuld call before It too late ture committees and local managers do vt e Ktirantce a cure if cate hat tint cone too tilings in a bright manner nnd converses far. Stipcrlluouahair and all eruption of the lac not lovo ono who cannot draw. You fluently in French, German and Italian. A Trifle Too flood. 9 permanently removed aro therefore to combino your talents aa A. C. M. Friend Got that now patent pneu- a talker and as a draftsman. matic sulky of yours done? A Wiuiinn fitreot Cleaner. To start out as a lecturer and win Inventor All completo now. There A Syphilis Scrofula, Stricture, Uleet.vtc, A Buffalo woinnii has charge of aHtreet wealth and fame in this way is an up cured by never failing remediet, .And.. is only ono trouble. A.VY RELATION' TO BILL NYE? ia in exactly tho bill job, evon though your lecture wns cleaning bureau. Sho Uueaieaol women, luch a Lcucorrhea, painful "What's that?" Memtrttation. Diiplacement ol Womb, bearing right place. It is timo women wero takNo one met mo at the truin. Then I written by some ono in whom you have down paina in back, relieved in ahort lime. "It keeps getting ahead of the horse." ing an interest in the cleanliness of their 'I he Doctor Carrie all lilt portable luttrument the utmost confidence. Generally orig- began to hope that possibly it was all a New York Weekly. and come prepared to examine the mot obtcure own cities. If they would begin to bee inality of thought and expression, which mistako nnd that maybe I would not medical and urgical care. through the medium of tho public press havo to lecture. I went to the only hotel toit that thostreets aru also well lighted, He undertake no incurable ilieae but cure The Wrong- End. and that thcro is room in comfortahlo Vl.itom, remember thn Monon it the line, with hundred given up Iodic. havo attracted attention, are the first and registered. The landlord asked if 1 Little Dot There's a lady gottin up a school houses for all tho children in tho Veillbu'ii! Traini. Iltninj; Cart, Palace Chair and strongest elements of success in the was any relation to Bill Nye. Ltaidyes. CONSULTATION FREE makeup of 11 lecture tour. Then should "Well," said ho, "he is here today; tyjwwriter class, an Susio Smart is goin primary grades of their towns, also that Car, Pullman UulTet Sleepri, at lowon rate. to join. Aril Confidential. Addre there is not moro thau ono whisky shop tho average has be-i- hero all day." follow a complete study of For Information addrt Little Ethel Tho idea! Why, Bho can't to every 100 inhabitants, they would bo J. S, Ai't'UIMAN.M. D., "Ho has?" JAS. 1JARKEK, O. V. A , ChicaBo. aodievco and aa effort to please its W, O, CRUSH, U. 1. A , l.oui.ville even play tho piano yet. Good Newi. LouUville, Ky, gin to nnd one what woman a mission is. J taata. "Yes. Came in on the morning train. lECTUREIt BILL In tho autumn of tho year 1SS-- 1 $500 REWARD, TO TEE LADEES. I Innxpe-rlcncr- cit ,.? 1 roii-Ij- , I'rn-n- y. j.tRA'srr..: h GlAsJl CURE -wril-eI 1 --- - n Sf -- v rin-iru- Ur- In $$K Head-title- :' lt .. f -- 5 over-errti- Indttli-cnr- -- lo Q7-l- rOSTKI). ETODEtfS n-.l- i 5 oteiieooo '5 THE SECRET Portraits "fin-ishe- Tiny Liver PiSis . 4-4- TUTT'S o 1 -f a 4 sur-pris- ZuLcf iiiooeooo WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS Semi-Weekl- y . 11 VERMIFUGE sold rvi'mwin 'sBSiKSl TABIB'S Mia 3TB T r BUCKEYE hs& rm u mu IT" j 'mBK HB StV Pill;? liaoB KHi: rn3BrWrBk S. - Ann wnucM T.W.W "wmt'" - ,10 English Specialist, s WW 4 t rv-er- s3T!"llJ' .W wWwi WPWn an WEST - r.eu I ''"'". -, . I U)HU(OAalD Mood nnd Skin Discuses. Ndi)BTM 'SWimT WORLD'S FAIR - pe-cbU- v .fV J""-- - D. N Prewitt ban oncugsd 120,000 A. C. SINK Co a i. viroei and onl hods uhuap ut A. J. N.MKHErEE tlio hlnh-ca- t Semi-WeekInterior Journal ninikct price for fumucol hides, .tc, A.Warrun'H. Iambs in till?, Boyle and Garrard court- in cash. ttep, at 0 for delivery May 21 to Juno 1, will on Feb. 10th to 13th, Tiik L lU,d j 'lo.w t0 r r .TANUAItY 27, 1891! inclusive, sell tickets to New Orleans at Tiik loner olllcos in tlio BtANKOKD, KY., American lard is being sold in tho 'joil returning nro being wainscoted and otherwiso Im on faro for round trip, City of Mexico ns fast as received at n Feb. 1!8, on account of Mardl (Iras. W, proved. wholesale price of 'Joe per pound, while W. Penn, T. P. A.; .7. S. Bice, Agent. Tank your iegrt to thu Cash Bargain the native lard is held at 20c per pound. Store and gut IIO ceuts for them. B. F. There were 600 cattle on tho WinOur new firm is now Announcrmknt. MEANS IU3INESS. s. Jones A Son. for busi lies', and whilo the old chester market Monday, none ready beautifully and nrtlHtically one would return sincere thanks for Those of 1,000 to 1,100 pounds brought Evobavjno Fon Kknt. A very desirablo room JonoatAJt. l'enuy'B. what you have done for him, wo hope a? to Ii.00; light feeders :i to 3i and m attached; pleasantly of with dressing-rohooka and school minplica Boy the new firm will be able to continually stock hogs tic. ell kind a from A. K. Penny, who soils loeatcd. Call at this office. The American Trotting Register Asdeserve your confidence and patronage Our facilities for giving the greatest values for the least outlay, are tlifiu at publisher's pricea. .Stambonl'fl record sociation has Notick. I will orgiiilzo my ndvanccd Hughes A Tite. unsurpassed. llAVKyour wnlch, clock and Jewciry clarses on (1th of February, two weeks and all records mado at Stockton, Cal TiiB go.xl news comes from Lebanon, repaired at A. It. Penny's. All work between October 111 nnd November 2;t, before the opening of my subscription wat ranted. Mo., that a jury bus found a verdict of which affects 03liotses. fcchool. IH Holmes. C. death against Wiln Howard, tho noted Kkxkmiikk that all silverware, watches, The Kentucky Trotting Horso Breedrinjca, Ac, bought at A. K. 1'euuy'a will U. O. Collins, tho man who takes 17 Kentucky desperado, who murdered a ers' Asociatiou bus raised tho $oV5.000 - WE he engraved frw of charge. gem photographs for "3c, has come to deaf mute Micro. A score or so of mur- necessary to purchase a half interest in town and Is raking in the quarters of ders am charged to him in this State and the Lexington f.iir grounds and $50,000 PERSONAL POINTS. those whose vanity leads them that way. it will bo better news when we are nolo wortli of improvements will bo begun m to chronicle that Wils, in the classic lan- April 1. .Mil. .1.0. Fumicso.n hna moved his Mu. J. J. McUoiiKiiTS bought the three guage of thu Chicni." has family to Junction City. The Advocatn sayB 90 horses were shares of First National Bank Ltock he been "jerked to Jesus." MlsaSus BiiKJiir, of Hubble, Ih the sale sold st Bue A Faulconer's two-daadvertised for from J. H. Baughman at t ol Miss Sue Woods. and brought an Aggregate of $20,575. J. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. LoMiks Fi:i.am, of Hichmond, is the ill!!. They were for Mrs. Jennie A. Frye, Moreland, bought Frye's Jewel, ganMr. S. C. Alford and Miss Clara by Second Jewel, for S.110; A. Hunt), guest of MiMiJcaniu Feland. Come to the great Sweeping the great Clearance sale of the new Miw. Ki l'aicu and Mr. X. U. Trice, of Dk. Kn Alcohn writes that ho does Dishon were married at Mr. W. L. Dish King Denmark, by Silver King, for $110, h on's yesterday. Lancabter, were guests of Dr. A. 8. Price. not think old man Solomon left M. S. Baughman, Grover 2:2S, by firm in Cloaks, Overcoats, Heavy Suits and heavy goods of all and A "Bachelors' Club" has been orMan. V. 0. Wkaiirn weut over to intent to defraud, but while Ed Kemball, for S675, and Sullivan, by kinds, to be swept out regardless of former prices. Come and examLexington, Wednesday, to visit her laboring under mental aberration. He ganized at Covington, with thu intention Erricson, Jr., for $255. ine no trouble to show goods. We will not give prices, for we are brother. thinks all the creditors will bo paid in of promoting bachelorhood and single Tiik Kk.ntucky IIoadstkr, Saddlkii blessed nesi. Hit. It. B. Maiionv is up from his full. and BUSINESS Horse Salk. It is imporMr. John Harris, 22, nnd Mba Min- tant that parties having the above class Tennessee charge to take his wife home Tom Fakukk killed another catamount with him. nie Davie, Hweet sixteen, were united in of stock for sale should understand the the other day. It wns nearly five feet Mn. J. 8. Hock kit left Wednesday to marriage at Delmnr Davis', near Crab thorough manner in which Tattersalls-Bra- s long and was the strongest and most vihis brother, Mr. H. W. Mocker, at Orchard, Tuesday. visit field Co. aro organizing tho above cious animal he ever saw. Mr. Farmer Do you want some Heavy Dress Goods Miss Nelllo Fuller, daughter of the Bile, to be held in their magnificent new Kansas City. weiglm 16o pounds, but ho was unable Mil. W. J. Mooan ind wife, of genoral passenger agent, M. W. Fuller, Bale building at Lexington, March 12, 14, to handle it in its hole oven with a hand have been vIritlnK Mrs Ham of tho C. A O., and Mr. Percy Stanton 15 and 10 next. This company haa the spike, and had llunlly to shoot it. Uaiighmin, who has been quite ill. Talheit, of Kentucky, were married in best and only proper place in Kentucky Mil. S. H. Bauuiiman has bought of Washington. AliiiiitHkvrkanck Is the bom ticket to hold a sale of this kind and in addiFather John Culleton, a Catholic tion to furnishing single and double harceller. Me is quick, tloei not get rattled Dr. S. G. Mocker his fifth interest in the If so, come and see us. New Stanford Boiler Mills for T.i Blurt's prltst stationed at St. Mary's, Marion ness, 6adilles, bridles and vehicles, has and conaequcntly makes no mistakes. county, could not withstand the chnrira engaged Messrs. S. D. M inkle & fr'onand Mn. St. Claiiik Oamhii:m., grown al- of First National Bank stocl:, valued at JlKi. This gives him and Mr. J. M. of his pretty cousin, so ho renounced Clarence Harris to break, handle and most to manhood, is over from hexing Huughiiiati a four fifths interest in the bin priestly vows at.d married her. drive all entries consigned to this sale, ton to Hto his aunt, Mrs. J. S. Huyliua. We are receiving our Spring Embroideries, LaMr. W'Hlker Lyon was married at nnd drive and ride them when sold, free Will be our motto. holding the establishment, Mr. F. S. H. Cuiitis and Mis Hachael Come and look at them. We will Hichmond Wednesday to Miss Jones, of expense to the consignors. Theeu ces, White Goods, Src, &c. iMiis. who luvu been visiting Mr. other tilth. county. The groom is n well gentlemen are well known an the most next week show a nice line of Ladies' Ready-mad- e Muslin UnderStephen Burch, returned to Islington Mu. P. W. Gittu.v has boughttho Com- known citizen of this county and his expert In the State in their lino and wear in Gowns, Skirts, S:c. We hope to deserve your confidence Wtxluesdny. mercial Hotel at McK limey nnd will ap- friends congratulate him on tho happy firm that offers such Mn. L. I). Sa I'sos maihal us a letter ply for liceuse to keep it with the privi- step. Mr. Will Uiuii and Mies MagiB theie is no other and patronage. advantages as these The sale is limited from Frankfort on the equatorial sltuu lege of retailing liquors, at the next Lewis attended the wedding. to 100 head of high class Btock. No culls, tion for last limit, but it did not reach us county court. Mr. Green is tho proprieMr. Kslio Hansford, of Somerset, and blemished or uneound atiinials, or old till 12 hours after the paper was printed. tor of the Myets Hotine here and stands Miss Annie, tho pretty tnarcB in foal, will bo accepted. Nothing Mrus. J. Gauvkii Jo.sks, uith her two high as a hotel man. Hu permits no daughter of Mr. George Hughes, of the hut A No. 1 horses are wuntd. Theee fhildteu, the youugeit n boy, whoMire. disorder around his house and complies McKinnay section, wore married Tues will go into the ring in rondi itsnt liirtii v,u falltxl to oliroitirle, lift strictly with tho law in regard to the day. Mr. Hansford is a worthy young tion if sent to the company in time and ... nMllrc(1( yesterday to join her husband In Kansas handling of spirits. Thu Commercial man ana win i.e rememneieu nere as me , ft -- h1, ns thtt arKet is will hu a first class hotel with him at itb local editor and printer of the Hlno Grass City. (or thk clas of 6t0(.ki handled Vl,ry KOoJ Mn. H. 0. FAituirt until to Danville head. l'ora'''- in this manner. Entries close February Arc invited to call at the CASH BARGAIN STORE and see our -- Mr. Ail. M. Taylor, of Owensboro, 1(th nmJ consi,,norfl should make entries beautiful line of Wudut'td.iy to mo his brothor, Mr. M. J. , Foil the last three days tlio weather l'.irris, before hu ami wife nntl Mr. Jiv has been all that hesrt could wish, was married on Wednesday by 15llr t otif Hophiue Kvnim leavo for Florida for the cupping thecltmsx with as lovely William Giopoii to .mips ratio Kector, ol 9 rest of the winter. a day as uer camu in epting time. Tho Dunnvilh, one of the most charming NEW ADVKMI.SKJTFN IV to snow Is going oir gradually and has near- young'dodiefl of all the Green river coun Mim Mauoik Lkmih will rturn just received. Also a nice line of Dress Ginghams left over from last Buckeye in a few days to begin another ly dia.ippc.ued, except on the north sido try. A host of friends around hero send season to close at 5 cents, worth 10. Don't forget the handsome The people of tlint wctioii are of the hills. The signsl service predic- happy greetings to tho happy couple. greatly pleised with her, as her many and the cold Hufttonville ror. Danville Advocate. tion of hiiow Will Witness tho Inauguration. attest. wave for Thursday failed to muterialixu, CHURCH AFFAIRS. We are giving with every Sio's worth of goods. Ask for a ticket. M. K.O. Waiton left Tuesday for and it is to be hopetl that tli fall of 'JO Tho rovl to Itishop Phillips Brooks, a Atlsnta. to visit his brother, T. It. Will-- t or morn promised fur this mornWaOiltlRtnn el SQTSt, JT. divine, died in Bosjii, and arstot him in bio More during ing will alo die leriug the xrestt minduCL-meutOpposite Coffey House. ton of heart failure. the busy :iiuos attendant on the Cotton .y ol in tlio B4tmft.MmMmf1TAAnnC1lmQimuu Tiik Widow Murphy's Goat wad hivtor Hu Mill be gone several llttiniMMMMl Carnival. TheHev. G.J. Beod, 1). I)., pastor t in ((.rot am! as a comedy drama, but it is iu of the Presbyterian church at Columbia, WM'ks train mtyicc it the riitiapcakc e reality u rather thin fares with for IV) years, died Monday. Dk. K Aicouv, in u letter toth art! Oh'o R'v. . anggesta Col. T. P. Mill hardly enough of a plot to hold It toW. F. Morse eloped lioin Big Advoontc, which thro the battle Mich., to Portland. Ind. with thu forCongrctut in the evunt that surmtoriul gether. Therein too much of the "Gol ficlils of Viipu m nul WW Va honors are bostnwotl on Gov. McCreary. Darn" and other funny business, which wife of Biley Barker and begin a pio-- , a n d the moil The colonel's friends would delight to is not funny excepttotliugallery, though traded meeting. Hu was gettiug alou lcturciue .Dealers In. of Amerihonor him with that or any other oi- some of the features are quite amusing. finely, when the injured husband arriv- ca the K. V V U the only Upn, hut he la the one mail who has no The Widow Murphy is a tlaihy. She can and had him put in jail. D n i ii ir Car wouldn't have an dance liko atopaiidasalmlletgirl brought Bev. Benjamin Hancock, a prcachei Train. All the political ambition and through trains living near Portsmouth, O., has been olllco tf presented to him op a stiver sal- down the houe. Mies I.illie La Bono is J talf.a ' artlichtcd with x it f f M. clecrlcttv and of a good voice and u pretty face found guilty of selling liquor to a minor, ver. lieatnl with itcain. I or lowest hxcurMon Kates Mas. (). M. Thompson, of I.ouisille, aud figure and droned her parts buying liquor for a minor and selling li nnd complete information apply to nearest ticket Asoiitint (lenml Kont or Taken altogether, the show is quor on election day. His combined l'airenKf aidtes C. II. Kyan, O. came up Wednesday to mo her histei, r Agent, Cincinnati, Wn ivgret to learn about the ayerngs and most of the audi- lines amount to $S3, together with thu . Mrs. K. T. Rochester. from her that her daughter, Miss Mary ence foemed to enjoy it. costs of all three buits and one day in Plows, jail. Most AnyQuocnswaro, ('lay. sutlered a evro accident while in A whose object will bo to furA dispatch from Des Moines, la , I otter at privato sale all of the ctl and personal in Farming Virginia. Shu was riding a fiery horse, nish literary anil social enjoyment for says that nearly 2,000 conversions result-a- property now under my control, consisting of n will which tan away and threw her to the old ami ynuim, was orgnnizcd in the from B. Fay Mill's meetings Sunday. ground, breaking her ankle and other- e-room of the Christian church Tues- More than 1,000 Sunday-schoo- l children Stock of General Merchandise, wise- badly bruising her. She was brought day night. The members are notconllned wero among tho number. Business was my More 'room in the town ol Crah Orchard, back to Uiuis Mile, where sliu is getting alio the to cny articular church and reputable mispt ndeil throughout the city ou Wedalong nicely, her friends here will he of tho chinches nro eligi- nesday and the day devoted to revival persons outside I Occupy and glud to know. Hrick Store-Hous- e ble to membership. A feature will be meetings. the Farm the arrangenieiit of a lecture course at CITY AND VICINITY. FARM AND TRAUETtEMS. j Upon which Walton's Opera House by distinguished tiou reside, known a tlu Grain in ' plice, nbout !j mile from Crab urcJuril on tno the new orators, ami a committee was appointed isiiii D.mks, the Jeweler, in bay geldiu. l.ancasteratid Crab Orchard turnpike, containing P. W. Green bought a about 100 ncrti. This is nil desirable proarrty block. to confer with tlio literary bureaus at at the Bue A Faulconer sale for $70. and ill he sold at a bargain. INmrssion tjiveu will meet with the against once. The society All P. W. Green sold his pair of brown immcdiatrlv.iintifird pmons I have claims immediYol'k account is ready. Call and hot that they mutt make ate hertby mombeison invitation or at such places horses to Kuseell Uuiley, of Fayette, for ate settlement. K,Mrr., J.It.llAIIOrchard, Ky tie. I mean you. A. K. Penny. Crab as may be deemed advisable. The idea is t lot). Nancy Carr, recAnderson Carr told Boarders by day or week. a very excellent one and wo hope it will Wanted. to Crow k Co , MeKinuey, for ord be carried into successful fruition. Good rooms. Mis. T. M. White. fl,275. 1-2. Bust N. 0. Molasses, Sorghum, Map'e Fifty bushels of nice, clean, A Coniih't rio.v. On tho assurance of at A. A, War- - one who, we thought, w.is a fiieud of B. K. und Caramel Syrups seed for sale. Tlie Kirit N.itiunAl llink o( Stsnfonl otitis for sale ritt's. the family, and who claimed to know Wearen. l FouSai.K. Two good milk cows. A VEI?Y DESIRABLE FARM, we published n Wk aro making a specialty of Arizona the young ladies, Will sell cheap. Apply to Jell' Jones, article fioiu the Cincinnati cook stoves. Kvery one fully w arranted. Containing 100 ACKl-i- OK LAND, situated in in last issue, which did them great Stanford. ' A Co. W. II. Weareu county. Ay., Rt the junction ol -- Fanis & Whitley bought of Capt. Lincolnand Stanford Turnpike toads and tl.o Rush injustice, as well ns Miss Kmily Alexanthu d fU'J.-0itranch Turnpike, being aLout a miles from Pkiiso.vs indebted to the dissolved Arm der, who recently entertained Misses Coatt l.'i weauling cotton mules at It bounded on tho east bv the Rush settlo at Ivatoand Jennie Hickey.of Georgetown. Advocate. of Bruco k Yeager will please llranch Pike; on the wet by farm ol.lohn llrlcht; on lit the land of Mr. Sutton and on M. S. Baughman bought at Kuo & the the north the farm of II. S. Withers. Tina once with mo. lean bo found at till A later issue of the inquirer contains south Jit a large sta ol 6 times at the stable. T. O. Yeager. this item, which clear up the whole Faulconer's sale a couple of road horses farm lias a good dwelling houserooms,is well watir It Me nnd n very large cum J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. nt flL'OamUlHO. rA and hs about loucrt-- in wheat. . Kull noses makes us regret that wo matter and If this faim sioti will he civen on March ist, 16. Tub jiegio Leu Tyw, who was brought Wanted. A reliable patty to take is i ol sold pr.vatrly t y 241.1, 1893. tho first publication at all: The hero to piuveiit a mob from hanging him two young girls who were found in Susie 120 owes on shares. Call at once. for the murder of Miss Bryant, in Whit- Smith's house of and Urn nul Sch(l tcichers. .Superior courses in Literature, Music and Kull Moreland, Stanford. Saturday night X?T1I. 1893 An. corps of Coneratorydepartment. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. Excellent hoarding ley county, has been indicted for tho S. H. Shanks shipped to J. II. Miller wero before Chief Doitsoh yesterday A white man named Paxton was of cotton day morning. When arrested they claimed nt Atlanta yesterday a It Mill bo otfrn-- publicly Hnd sold on that dour at in also indicted. 3 o'clock, I. M , before the courtOiouvj names wero Lllliuand Blanche mules of his own raising. that their t to the htsliest Dinner bUntord Jum-bHollis Carrier swapped his place of Tkrms 1'urchastrwill be required to pay Hickey. Their experience in jail, howSink & Mkskkkb, the in cash and tho balance iu two c.iual install ever, had tho effect of making them tell about 52 acros to Henry Anderson for ments, due tn and a ear, with lutereU at 6 per contractors, whoso dealers anil Car- cent titr annum, isoteiio oe seurca oy lira on advertisement appeard on this the truth. One proved to bo LHio Martin his house und lot iu Darsltown, Mr. J S. HOCK Kit, President. land. receiving $000 to boot. page, are among tho best und most relia- and tho other Maud Greenwood, both lfi rier I have for sale 700 bales of hay, also iSjj. 1S72 ble flrmB in all this section. Tlio writer years old. Tho latter lives in Coving200 barrels of good white corn. Will deinvolv- ton nnd Eflio, whose father is u lias bad transactions with them lives a fow miles hack of Coving- liver hay on cars at t0u per 100 pounds. ing everal thousands of dollars and has I3 Heceivinjr His f. Crab Orchard. Immense stock of 1'ruit and Ornamental Trees, always found thorn square to a cent. In ton. Both were taken homo by relatives. Tohu Buchanan, Mrs. W. S. Wigharn, of Moreland, small l'ruiu. Shrubs, Vines and Plant. Prices fact, they uot only fulfill their contracts, They say that a saloonist on Longworth no agents and our profits cease low. that she mado 077 where We have theirs begin. General aud Strawberry Catbut go them a little '.better at their own street tool: them to tho house, saying writes tho Advocate alogue uti application to four cows in 12 II. F. Hlt.LKNMEVKR, expense, if they seo that by doing so a that they could got work there. Chief pounds of butter from 7r Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. I.exingto.i, Ky months and sold it at HOc a pound. Deit-scwill have tho man brought In. building will bo improved and enhanced. IlKHKMiinu M. K. Klkln pnyu ly court-house J! "ry ,a walton, bus. Manager & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietor; of TIic Stanford Lumber Yard, 5 first-clae- CONTRACTORS AND GUILDER "Wo y"r c rej-'Oto- Carry a Full 2ino of Builders' Supplies. head-liiib- r, ys ARE ; BEADY. Everything 2Tow giu-H- . in Line For Business. Huston-villufeit- Going :to : Sell : them. - AT LOW PRICES ? PUSH, PUSH, PUSH HUGHES & TATE. of-th- at first-cla- ss THE LADIES AETX) ! j j ; ycb-terda- y STEW HAMBTXRGS LA0BS I l. Democratic Thousands 03,A."5TOISr POETBAITS JQBT3SS & di-gn- s B. I.in-vill- Bap-ids- - Mm wk 7 FARRIS & HARDIN, 1 I pus-srtw- 1rLS3J"?cr::Pc " " hand-somel- ,iJ v. Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, thing Wagons, and Implements. NOTICE. mu-u:t.- Stoves, d lectur- 111 two-stor- y 1 , hand-stripp- ed blue-gras- New Stock, Latest Styles All Shapes, FARM FOR SAIE. Sizes From 6 2 to 71-05-t Lau-CHS- s scumi-tiona- Kn-quh- 0 Man-foi- 11 H. J. McROBERTS. Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, no-tire- s January Wil-Ha- m e FEBRUARY car-loa- d well-know- n er one-thir- d -- H.6.RUPLEY,- 1 black-smit- h, Orchard, Lawn, Garden. ttoniHWfawWJth U. FAOWt(NTElM &(SI , v"rxjfi W t ,;w v il fil.) . y - ,' S w. T f;' J2& fi . Semi-Week- ly Interior Journr. AT - 4 FASHION SECRET. WHY NEW YORK WOMEN INVARIA-ELLOOK WELL DRESSED. Y ubllahod Every Tuosday and Friday 553 PK11YBAK not aopaid IN- ADVANCK will be charged.-TU $2.50 K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naes Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning s:to p. m. L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. train going 'Gipresi train " " " TCail They I'diitm Strong Individuality nnd Know How to Adapt I'niTlpii St lea Tlmt rt Aro llrroinlns to Tliriimrdses Now nt Ions for I'nrly Spring. (Copyright, IKU, by Amertcnn I'tcrm A.ocla- Ini-po- tlon.l w k rJ -- en in tho world than thoso of .. Now York, nono -- ... ..3ajam IlORlKTTE ROCRSKAU. . Inbuyitijra cough medicine for children "'says BARBEE&CASTLEMAjN who understand . .7 to a m Local Freight North..... New York. South-..- .. H.A Walker, a ptomlnent dmtritt ol Ocden, ...S3pm themselves better URALSK uti anam 10 my v.nnmeuatn s utau. !. The latter train alto carry passengers. MANAOKRS, nnd who havo in Cough Remeily There Is no The abore is calculated on standard time. Solar WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. relief is always sure to lollow danger from it and I particular? readdition sort of I me it about 10 minutes fatter. commend Chamberlain's because have found it Commerce Building, Louisville faculty which Mitrtlia J. Lamb, tho IIlMorlnn Who Can to be safe aud reliable. It is intended especially And Country Produce, Agents throughout the South, or Colds, Croup and Whooplne Cough, tells them whnt QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Has opered his stock, of goods anil Is ready to Take Her I'lacsT bottles for sale by W. II. McRoterts, driicjut, serve the people of Stanford and vicinity to wear and how He is Thirteen years ago tho proprietor of a Stanlord, Ky, offering unheard of Ilargalns and all who want Trains pass Junction City as follows: to put it on. good goods al the lowest poisible prices should certain publication in New York city inVT. A. TRX2BLX, Local Agont, Florida Special n:io,p. m.; Fast A Million Friends. d Other women call on him on Lcyan Aveuu. A lu need Is friend indeed, "Mail 11:50 p. m.; Fast line 11:15 a. m. "ot STANFORD, KY. may wear their vited two members of his editorial stall than frien million have nfound just such andfriendless one a in Special armes at 8:40 p. m. 2 clothes careless to meet each other for the first timo at a Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption, Special leaves at d Coughs and ly or get impossiblo colors together, but dinner at his homo. Ono was jo writer great ( ou gh Colds If you have rever used this Medicine, ons trial .. m.; Fast Mall 11,50 p. m.; Florida Special V43 you tho Now Yorker always looks as if whnt hereof, tho other was Airs. Martha J that it has wonderful curative will convince dii J AM IS YKAOKR. THOMAS YKAC.KR. powers in all p. m.; Fast I.lno'3.15 a. m. ol the Throat, Che t and Lungs. Kach botrKormiTon sho has on belongs to herself alono ami Lamb, suddenly called to another lifoon eases guarautecd tle Is to do all that Is claimed or mon YKAGEK & YEAGER, is put on with an undcfinablo air that tho first day of lfci'J:!. der fine, ey will be refunded. Trial bottles free at A. R. intellectual powers wero in their full 1'ennj 'siliiig store I.arre hot'le 30c aod $1. gives it just tho right shndo of stylo. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. That tho New York woman makes a flower and prime, and tho structure sho Uucklln'B Arnlcn Salvo. study of dress and an idol of herself I bnilt with tireless pains and enthusiasm The bcfi salve In the world lor cuts, bruises Tho Magazino of American HiMim STANFORD, KY. do not wish to infer, but somehow her ores ukers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chipHaving purchased of A T. Nunnlley his liv ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skirt ciuj ery business I can be femnd at hl.'eld stand ready wits aro so sharpened untl her knowl-edg- o never was so imposing or so nearly lians and positively cures piles, or no pay requirto wait on the of other things and other countries feet as when sho left it to rvtiini no ed ?t it guaranteed to iv.. perfect satisfaction We are In our new stable in the Opera House Nothing but public st any time day or tiithi Price 15 cents per boi. Mock and are well supplied with bo profound that it helps her to know more. Sho had built cloven yisirssul tier ur iiouey refunded A FIRST-CLASliko n flash what is for her nnd what is brave, conscientious lifo into it and it For ''e by R. Penny. Stanford, Ky : TURNOUTS NEW RIGS AND HORSES than any memorial l for somo ono else. And right there is btands moro,s-oliin the chest there is nothing better I pains shall leave my stable ami my prices will be as datinel low as Ihe lowest tho secret of her success. Sho wears tho etouo or bronzo that can ever bo erected than aHalm cloth saturated with (.hambci Iain's Have been purchaicd and notbinc but Don't forget my Stanford and bound Pain pain. It Ki "land 'bus line. Mim in her honor Tho Magazine of Ameri- will produceandcounter on o cr the seat of blistering turnouts will lease the stable. right things. a irritation without What becomes ono is hideous upon an- can History, of which sho was solo and is not so disagreeable as mutard; in tact is Give on account superior its other, and it is not every ono who could editor, hits been called with truth mucn relieving 10 nny p'asterused in time itolwill . J' . qualities. If pain . 1SAIJGII.1IAN, wear tho walking gown that but yester tho leading publication of its kuul irevent pneumonia jo cent tattles tar sale bi ll .MCKoticils, urugKist, Manluril, Ky. Besides editinir this day graced Fifth uvenuo. It was of in tho world. KIRE AND STORM puco colored cloth, thick and with a monthly, however, ilrs. Lamb did much A Disturbance ROW LAND, K., rough instead of pressed surface mado other noble historical work, ller "Histin t what vou want, if your stomach and bow- DEALER IN CROCERIES, HARDWARE, aboutall uu with a perfectly plain ekirt, with deep, tory of New York City" is a standard els are irregular 'I hat's rcltcse you for a yet with Hiots and Shces, Cigars and Tobacv OhU Rpitsentingn... may moment flat plaits in tho back. Tho waist is cut book of reference wherever accurate the ordinarv pill. ItIn worse Itste afterwards River Salt for sale by tbe ' arrrl. W ill tale counbut lou're usually before. Pierce's Pleas- try produce in escharge for ciuii at market price Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; at tho lino and closed with four oxidized nnd detailed kuowledgo of .Manhattan thanPellets doThis is juit where Dr. ici-itm also agent tor tne oiu reuao e iinninesci most grod They ant in ixr silver buttons fastened to tho left. Tho Island is desired on nny iwint. Her and will keep a full line of these goods in natural way, very different from the huge, and bervico in tho field of historical old fashioned pills. They're not only pleasant, st cV, and all I ask of tho merchants ol Stanford Manchester, of Manchester, ling., bottom of tho waist is piped with heavy A Cream of Tarter Baking Powder. II ghest ol ribbed faillo of n afterward and their help and Rowland is tog We me Ihelr orders and I will but palo lilao tiut, tho literature has been in bringing to light lasts there's no One little suar coated pellet for a gen lo put tho tfoodi In their houses at factory prices. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; in leavening strength Latest United State 1 hanking the public for liberal patronage, ask a piping barely showing. There is a facts that had eocapul notice from tho laaatise tor a cathartic CotisUpaliun, CfOversuient Food Report. Ins. Co. of North America. bilious attacks, diziinrss sick guimpo of tho faillo and collar mado of ordinary writer, nud which often had an ious headaches are promptly relieved andand bil- coullnuotice of same, and remain IIyour Gldlent ROYAL BAKING POWDERCO., HIL'ION, J cured. icrvant. All of whlvh are Coikti.nirt. I n.,M io5 Wall street, New York. bias folds of tho same. Thero aro two important bearing on tho decision of dis- The) 're the smallest, the esicat to tale, and the be pleased to wait 11 my friends in Ibis line. Pol. puted questions. Tho acquaintance be cheapest pill yoa can buy, for they're guaranteed lapels of tho cloth, and nbovo theso is u icies promptly issued. Will insure against lorna toyive ft.itisfacticn,or our money icturned. ou does, wind storms and lightning Lightning MICE "capo" of faillo, doubled nnd plaited on. gun thirteen ears ago continued, thongti pay ouly for the jcod you Ret. witViut additiioal s.hr ge I only met Mrs. Lamb at raro intervals. AID cut on tho bias. Insido this is a lining Office at First National Hank, Stanford. Notice Is hereby given lhat wc, the undersignof crinoline to mako it hold in its place. Sho was ouo of tho hardeht workers I A ed, have sgrced to lurm a ihantable, g Tho sleeves aro looso gigots and tho ever know and ono of tho most religious corporation pursuant to Chapter sA, and doing I am now Kindling Armours meat and am aud quiet of women besides. its an tndmentsof tho Ornrral Statutes of Kenmy own work and can sell for cash at 6, 3 and 10 gloves pearl color. tucky Said corporation shall bear the name and said rrnti a pound. Please five it a trial. It is have Tho completion of this costumo is tho wiiCM i navo wished to encounuro uiv- - Wlien Raby was rlclc, vrn pave her Cav.crla, be known as th Kvangeliral Saint to be the finest on the market by those who "When she wru a Child, tdic cried f er CVistorU. Of,alt kind., flat, round hat of puco colored felt edged self by recalling tho substantial work of John's Congregation atOttcnhcim, iccutn Coun rtricdit. J. VEST. ty. Kentucky. II principal place 01 iraniscilnir with a narrow beaver baud and trimmed women it has always becu a matter of When alio Ireame Miss, alio ciunff to Cntori, Made and Set Up in All Partslof Lincoln Coun business shall be at Otttrnbeim, with a full bow and upright ends of lilac prido and pleasure to mo to think of When tixo hid Children, khe jjfvcthem CVutorta, ty, Kentucky I lie general natuie ol Ihe dullthe Country. ness lo be transacted to provide the mtmbeis over it is show No Agents employed HOUSE ribbon, nnd lilac shade. thrown a crepo what Martha Lamb has douoin to womtho preaching f the Holy Gospel and all oth with lisso veil of tho lino, strong jiower thero is n nere snail oe no capital er means 01 grace P. B. RILEY.'.Proprletor, stock. The corporit'on shall cumtnenre its W. ADAMS tk SON. Another walking costumo desorves an's brain. IJravoly sho boro tier part day of rctruary, 1841, and lyftm on the nist i.Vo. Umadws), Islington, Ky. - - - Kentucky. special mention, as it was perfect after nnd well, nnd sho died lieforo her work shall nut for 50 rais, ending January 31, 1941. 'London, The otbcersolthe congregation shall be two el it3 kind. Tho gown was plaid, with wns finished. iS'ono ever struggled tnoro dcrs and two deacons, who together shall form r Tau,)K, I have moved to my new Hotel and am better T r CtK m MYERS HOUSE tho board of trustees 1 heir term ol nthcit shsll prepared thau ever to accommodate the public. brown ground and black chcuillo lines, valiantly with difilculties. overcoming be two years and the election shall b held which formed tho plaids. Around tho as sho patsed. Good Lit cry attached and every convenience dein the annual general meeting on the first Sunday sired. Gn e me a call. bottom wns a narrow fur border. Tho Tvto brilliant, handsome youns Indies FRANK R1LKY. in January The amount of Indebtedness shsll at 77 corsugo was pointed at tho waist, with a of my acquaintance are engaged in 110 lime exceed the bona fide value of the corpo.PRACTICAL . oeeti rate property, not intruding debts contracted for vcot of brown velvet and fur lapels. Tho nations quite out of tho old n, to be paid when buildings are In prugreii of fahhioued. and Steam Fitters. f inembers shall be Plumbers Notice to the Traveling Public. sleeves wero gigot, not very full, cut ordinary held for women. Ono, a small, The private property P.W. CREEN, Prop. eseinrt from corporate dibt ... I have had bias. Over this was worn an astrakhan plump womun, with Hashing dark gray Dealers in all kinds of Iron and llrass Ooods for JOHN IL'FFR.S.cretary, steam and water Sanitary J..s of all kinds. All capo, with collar nnd stolo nnd mulf of eyes, is manager and ndiniuistnitor of n This stable, which Is run loioecllon with the VKKIINAKK, M)cn Ilouse, has been supplied with r'KKIMNANU II KIDKNIIR AND. work guaranteed axainsi. dcfcctnc inelcrlal and brown A dainty .. wisrknunsbip HOUSE of blackbear fur.and green littlo toque large estate for a widowed relative who CiOTTKRIH)TSCHANZ. velvet IIKNUY HII.DKIIRA.NDr. ribbon, witlt is eighty years old. .My capable young A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, JOHN SWAIILKN, ono upstanding feather, finished tho lady friend has not only Buggies, Wagons, mado real esCONRAD DISCH, At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and whole. Ciave in connection with Hotel one of tlio best salOIIN KOCIIKIt, tate and other investments that havo inloons In the State, open day and night; a night Co. KlDOLK TRAL1I, rummer's Suppl.es and Is Letter thau ever When such costumes are worn in tho creased tho valuo nil. of tho property in- prcptici man roeets all trains. In connection with House biting early spring weather uupply the public with JOHN DISCH. a closo vest trusted to her care, but bho has beaten have also one of thu best Mineral wells m the felati. JOHN C.KICCISIIKRC. or stankord.:ky , ALIIRKCHTSTAMPILV. andfor reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs of chamois skin should bo worn beneath in n scries of twelvo lawsuits RIGS OF ALL KINDS. somo ties- G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd InOtlcnhtlin, Lincoln Co.. Ky . Dicsii.ker ji, Is now them, but removed at onco on entering tiferous persons who wero tun organised and ready fsr business with gram, Erin, Tenn., A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. trying to get Personal and prompt attention given to Weddings i$9. I). E. Proctor, C. II. Hraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. tho house. tho widow's projwrty nway Tho other Parties aud IlurUls Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. K. 1!. Johnson, Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. P W. GRKKN, Proprietor. During tho past few days thero havo accomplished and brainy girl is an New Haven, im Cox, Greensburg. Rates $1 per AL. CUKNS, Manager been many quiet inventions given to me a call. "day. J, M. Pctrey, clerk. Give JL 000. Surplus, . a patent ? o8oty I. W. CARRIER, Prop. certain persons to call and get tho first assistant in personally lawyer's ofiico. Sho examines drawings und look at tho new imnortations for earlv models for individuals SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL who wish to , spring, and I probably saw somo hats securo patents, tells UANK OK them whether r? --W. 13. and bonnets that will bo worn on Easter their ground has already been covered ' o a Now closing up) with the same atstts and under Sunday. I noticed a large bonnet, or hat. and prepares sjiecilicatious lh same management. for them e: 2 for it is hard to tell which it was meant lietvelf for publication in tho Ily provisions of itschaiter, depositors are at oflicial tn fully protected as aie depositors in National for, which bent under ou tho sides and patent ofllco tb Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually Frequently she Otbce South side Main street, in office recm st" camo to u nharp point in front, and all makes journeyspajier. liable to the eatent ol the amount of their stock vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. to Washington to therein at the pr value thereof, in addition to the around it was a fall of laco. Tho hat, or among tho musty old patent oflico Articles to Suit the Most Fastidiamount invested In suth shares. It may act as bonnet, wns certainly over threo feet files for information and always gets executor, administrate, trustrc, Ac, as fully as a 2.13 an individual. ous. A complete line of .".' around tho brim. Thero wero empiro cold when sho does so, she pays, in tho.so (tj To those who entrusted their buisincss to'us bonnets, which look dcliciously queer and ill ventilated vaults. Sho tells mo while mnagingl the Lincoln National Hank ol that Stanford, we we here lender our many thanks and Eor the painless extraction ol teeth and otter- odd. Somo of them uro shirred satin, tho more intelligent an applicant for a trust they wilt continue to transact their buunetl have tested its sirtue sufficientrainor surgery. others plain terry velvet and with patent is tho with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten' R. C MORGAN. D. D..S. con fid ace ho has in inoro to know plumes curled all over them. They her ability, but if an tion to same, our twenty years' e.perience W .runt, down banking andas tiberalaccutnmodations as are concomo down well over tho ears and flaro right lout antl boor com sistent with sound banking. iuto tho otllco up in front. ho says u woman cannot uuderstaud his MMICTOHV In. another houso devoted to dresses btibiness and usually insists on J. J. William,, Ml. Vernon f! fi n (K. and wraps 1 found several handsomo tho chief. Just so. Hero aro twobceing "1 ca&es J. M Halt,Staufurd; dresses with doublo skirts, and others in which young ladies havo succeeded Ewei anl alio ono thoroughbtcd Nineteen in J. S. Owsley, btanford ; -1 'o D fat pound with two nnd threo deep flounces super- business generally given over to men. southdown Hack; one 1.500 S J. Kinbry, Stanferd; old Steer; 7 yearling Mire Mules, good colI posed. Theso flounces go straight nronnd nnd they aro among T3 an d zood Mules. J. R. Lynn, Stanford; tho most attractive I) M.CRKIGHTON. O tho skirt, and tho skirt being gored and girls 1 know. Other girls can do likeA. W. Carpenter, MilltdgevilU; Kinjsvilly, Lincoln county, Ky. thero being also several ruffles on tho wise. J. V. Cash, btanford; Hut sometimes wonder why Complicated Watch Repairs and underskirt tho dresses 6ct out in a re- tho young lady in tho law ofllco does not William Gooch, Slanloid, Ky Artistic Engraving a Specialty. S II. Shanks, President markable manner. study for tho legal profession aud SALE. " Owsley, Cashiei. FARM All goods sold cngiavcd Irce of charge. W. M Ililght, Teller a patent lawjer herself. svVS Acres on the "ZfsP Tt". ItwII sell pnvatelymv b'armot 50 CirYour patronage respectfully soli. lied Our hex is even to havo a musical r Danville & Stanford pike, three miles Iroai Stanford, ltiswell iinpioved, with lUellinj: of five in its ranki A fair aud geutle y rooms, new barn and all necessary outbuildings; NATIONAL BANK English girl, Cllicott, has protySi, .also lias Cue spring Call on me ou the premise H&.-- . duced Homo musical compositions of imor addresss meat Stanford, Ky OI SfANKIRD. KY Siitatmr t 'ri i?;iO immX. V KUGENIi KEI.LKY. 62 n portant rauK. Tho first ouo of theo, rr.). ''.:-r.- .'.TwiTTr-called tho "Dramatic Overturo." was Capital Stock-Surplwritten for antl performed by a full orstart up next weet a &W5W' 'V .i.ir jfjsssi LUMBER.su MUX on the bonurset chestra at tho Gloucester musical festl 1i1jB pilte, eight miles from Stanford, and will have val of 1SS0. hXj 70.oao feet of eood Oalc and Poplar Lumber for ..'1 V will sell at the most reasonable rates and sale. Attention of the pub'K is invited to tho fac A woman lately said to Colonel Inger-- 1 I give! me a call, invite all who want Lumber to that this is the only National lUnk in Stanford JL dif-- ' JACOll HAIiKLIUKR, Ottenhesw. soil, "You havo no idea how much Under the provisions of ihe National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital liculty ladies havo finding servants." stock, but by Ihe stockholder' liability lor an I will oiien on January i4th. isViI. a Colonel Ingersoll replied, "Vou have no amouut equal to the stock, so Dairy from winch I can sutmlr anv uuantiivof this institution are secured by athat debitors ol Falls Branch Jellico Coal Cu. fund of$oo,rj idea how much difficulty servants havo Jersey milk to tho people of Manlord and Hve aworn statements oftheconditmn of the bauk in hndmg ladies." nt tlielnllowini; ptlcea, deliterid are made each yearto the United States governMiners and shippers of the GENUINE ment and its assets are examined at staled tunes Kre h Milk, per gallon io cents ny governmrni agents, thus secunug additituua Ladies, dear ladies, don't spend tho Skii'iiuecl Milk, prr gallon. . lo cents end perfect safety to depositors. timo nt your clubs over Sanskrit poetry This institution, originally estiblished as Ihe Iluttcr Milk, per gallon Scents or tho old English dramatists, but go Try it. We are tho sole agents for Stinford land deposit iwnk ot Manlord in 1858, then reiirgan T be patronage nt the tied as tbe N itional Hank Iwdl make two trips Rowland. Olhie corner of Depot street and rail nl Stanford in into tho study of municipal government and 1 . A. PKVIOV. is solicited road croasin;, sgiin I irst National 105 of ilank with all your might. You must rescuo n&gge 6 HIGGINS A WATTS. r. i Stanford, Ky Manlord in iS8j, has hid prai tically an uninterij3sx rupted esislencoof p years, It is better supplied it and redeem it. No man has u right to now with lacihties lor transactitii; business prompt mako a living out of politics. Do you ly and liberally than ever before in its long and know what James Bryce, author of "The honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic- American Commonwealth." says, "Tho government of American cities is tho WALKIXO COSTUMKS. T he Directory of this Dank is composed ol T. J. Kostcr, ofStanford; Tliero was a handsomo trieot dress in ono conspicuous failure of tho United & STANFORD, KY. Korestus Reid, Lincoln county; light leather color, with threo flouuees, States:-J.W. Hayden, Stanlord; nnd theso had patterns woven on tho Did you ever think that in tho Ten Com5.11. Ilaughman, Lincoln; lower edge in brown chenillo in threo or mandments thero is nothing forbidding February 1803, M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; four shades. It mado an eiFectivo skirt. women to covet their neighbor's husAHI MOREL AND, The day followin?I M. John T. Woodward's salu S. T. Harris, Lincoln; of saddle horses, will sell at Mt. Steiliug, Ky. renovated and refurnished, is now Tho waist was gathered into a narrow bands? Was it because thero was thought Dealer in the above. TThis Hotel, J. S. Itocker Stanford; fifteen Jacks, twenty five Jennets and twenty five 4n tuy chargo arid I intend to conduct it so as to belt of tho chenillo pattern, tho fileeves to bo no need of it? G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; Horses. The Jacks Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs The Horses include are all old enough form, nice, not only maintain its high reputation, but to add wero extra largo gigots, accommoda antl though T. P. Hill.Suuford. in its lone list ol friends. Specialfine rooms for Solicited stocic tattle and Sheep a specialty, There is at last a woman's law club this is tho latest novelty it has n very tions lor commercial uavcicr. and Persons vinirany W.G.Welch, SUnford; described among tho many others that havo been for sale or vishltig toof the abovesame, will dostock Six Fine Stallions, 2 Standard-breth display of samplos. purchase old fashioned look about it. well W. .I'.Tate, Stanlord. call on or address me, All eKnerlinc. nfriCf..... to OFFICERS. Trotters, Ono or two gowns had a foundation of organized. It is tho Kempin club in New years in this business has been of profit to me Saloon) A First-Clas- s and silk, with a net overdress, tho blip fitting York, and 3Iis. Cornelia K. Hood, of I think I cau make it profitable both to Ihe buver And a number of nico Geldings, &c. For cat. I.S. Hocker, President; and seller. P. O. address Stsnford, Ky. ad BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached tightly Gnbriello Btyle nnd tho net fall- Brooklyn, ia its president. John J. McRoberts, Cashier; Iorucs, address me at Ml sterling, Ky. 100 JOSKPH COFFKY. Office at Ihe Myers House. CLAYTON HOiVKI.L. A. A. McKmney, Assistant Cashier. Eliza 4jociluu Oohnku. ing from tho bust empire fashion. North South South North . ,U 40pm . -- vr HERE aru no bet tor dressed wom ...tiipm it jt pm I liko theso empiro gowns for young women very much, particularly for evening. They afford so much oportunity for Individuality, and tho young lady who cannot mnuago to look well in ouo of theso must bo very plain. Tho new silks and muslins are Boon to bo seen, and tho latest importations of now spring woolens aro on viow. Among them I notice that Australian crape in pretty shades is foremost. After that como light corduroys in wools and narrow striped poplins with geometrical figures thrown over tho surfaco liko snow crystals on the grass. Thero uro many dclicatonud ueat shepherd's plaids, these also overcast with white lleeco figures and chcuillo borderiugs and designs. liuCMenvrincn 3 live una Jilrctric Hitters, and Office oer McRobetts Drue Storo In tho new never hae have handleduchremedies that sell as well or Owsley Iluildlr.ii. universal satlslactlon. We Riven that itanffnl. do rot hesitate to cuarantce them every time and we stand teady to rrfund the purchase price If ausixciory icmuia uo noi ioiiuw ineir use. 1 liese A. U. Lanharn remedies hae won their itreat popularity purely John II. Cattleman. on their merits. A R Penny, We deilrr to ay to our citireni, that for years e have been selllne I)r King's New Discovery for Con.umptlon, l)r. Kind's New l.lto Pills, Dosorvinsr Pralao. & A. S. PRICE. SURGKON DENTIST. THIS ADVOCATE in Kentucky lor only $U Address Cones to yju every other day lu tho year and best paper nets it threo mouths Tim AmocATK, Danville, Ky. 51 Ihechcnp'st Jrugnlt. The success of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy In etlectitig a speedy cure of Colds, Croup and WhoopniK Couch hi Drought it into K'eat demand. Messrs Pontius A Son, ol Cameron, Ohio, say that it Im sained a reputation second to none In thit vicinity. Jas M Queen, cl Johniton, W. a , says it is the best he ever used 11. I' Jones, ilrucKiit.Wiiiotia, .Ml.s , sajs- - "Chamberlain's CdtiRh Remedy is perfectly reliable. I have al was warranted it and It never tailed to give the most per.ect satisfaction " 'otilcs lor sale tit ROYAL Insurance Company, OP LIVERPOOL. Subscription School. At the close or our public scho I, we will a four months subscription school on begin All branches tatiKht that the patrons may desite C II HOI MKh. Principal, MISSCKTTIK rilURMOND, Asst FEBRUARY 20TH, 1803. C. FOWEIA, -- IN- 11 1 General -:- Ulcrcliamltoc, nt South-boun- Blue-Gras- s 1 North-boun- Blue-Gra- ss W. C. HTTTCHJ1TG9, -- fan-each-in- g ue?, mm mi mm, Uvery and Feed Stable, t S t first-cla- is -- them a Call. YV J". HI. KCILTOnST 1 J. II. POWDER INSURANCE AGENT .1 Absolutely Pure n 1 r 1 HE THIS. ir inu 1 firsl-cla- si claus-etaitach- t. nnna-suiuin- MONUMENTS 111 THE RILEY 11 1 4 r.iir eh yr st ab&e 11 STRAIXB& CO., etc-tis- m THE SIIELTON well-know- n -- Farmers Bank&Trnst FIRST-CLAS- S I n .DR PENNY Dentist. JJIaVMM THE JEWELER, v- to to STANI-ORD- VI n rnni-mag- o "JDElsTTQ." 1 -- Watches, Clocks r FOB SALE. 1 corn-fed, Jewelry w- -w J "" der And SILVERWARE. 1 1 FOR be-co- I com-Iose- o Ko-vilm- d -- FIRST 0 n i w us I 1 jXksftsa S200,000 20,500 fli-i- m IM 'mm J.J-Ji,-L.J-- Vl ss I First-Cla- ! Row-lau- d Original Jellico Coal. . . daily-publi- c gi-- THE 60FFEY HOUSE PTJBI.XC SAI.E 9th, " Jacks, Jennets Horses. JOSEPH COFFEY,Pro'r. WILLI 37-- tl 0Q-- 3t V