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NO. 97 A project is under consideration to London is In asiicM, most of the Tho Hustonvillo Brass Band seems A Few Notes From Georgia's Growing Capprincipal business houses having been attach a law department lo Centro Col- determined to learn to play, and if "prac ital. d lege. burned Monday nitzht. The lire ticomakes perfect" their success is asIt is not my intention to bore tho maMr. Sim Cook has moved to tho farm sured. Thoy expect to have a supper at ny readers of tho Intkuiok with another belonging to J. in tho recently purchased from his brother, Jns. tho "Vendomo" on the 22. A Full Line of-I). Smith, unoccupied below. Just about lot of letters from Georgia's capital, for I evening everybody in Lon- W. Cook. dark Monday The schools aro progressing nicely. know I indicted eufiicient punishment Miss Mary Mclloherts' Stanford Each is making preparations to celebrate on them when I was here some 15 don wa alarmed by tho cry of lire. The rooms above were occupied by Smith A. friends will bo pleased to learn that she tho birth day of tho immortal Washing- mouths ago by sending in a note or two Kwell, lawyers, and Capt. Joseph Gar- has been appointed nrt teacher at Jack- ton, but in order that tho two entertain- of what I saw, but I do ask for a little rard, wiio is here recruiting for the U.S. son Institute, Abingdon, Va. ments may not conflict, tho Academy more space, promising to inane letters Every one guaranteed, Extras always in stock. Elijah Ron fro was convicted in the will army. Partieswho first went Into the theirs until tho eve of the brief if not readable. occupied by Capt. police court Tuesday of keeping a disor- 23rd prox. Atlanta has only changed for the betroom that had been Garrard tell me that tho lire was in a derly and ill governed house and Bent to Tho Chautauqua Circle meets regu- ter sincu I was here and I remember I far from the stove and tho way the work house for 127 years. larly every Friday afternoon and expects thought then, excepting Richmond, Va., Tho Danville bar have soledly unit- to accomplish some fine work. At the it was tho beat town south of Mason and it originated could not be accounted for. Can get repairs for any stove, made. quickly burned ed in a petition to have Mr. J. M. Koth-wel- last meeting "Tho Invincibles" was chos- Dixon's line, and I probably would have Mr. Smith's buildlug of Lancaster, made assistant U. S. en for the name of tho club and "Look-lu- g made no exception had not my love for insurance about down. Itcot Forward" for tho motto. It Is hop- dear old Richmond been very great. I $1,000. Next waa Ma. Lucy Williams' District Attorney for Kentucky. Tho Welsh Wiseman Co., aro lilting ed thnt Judge Saulley, will yet lecture spoke above of the changes for tho bettwo Btores, occupied by herself, with ter. They are many indeed. New busrooms upstaira. Her loss is fully $(1,000; up their old crocery room on 3d street for tho Circle. Mr. J. A. Kiley, who and their 3d story rooms on Main street iness houses have been built, new factoinsurance $.1,000. Her. Held, clover, genbusiness, and occupied and will go into the furniture business ial Ilex, came homo from Owensboro ries have been put into operation, eleis in the produce Xmas, to Bee his folks aud to bid them gant new residences are found on every part of Mrs. Williams' upstairs rooms, extensively. Sheriirilaiiey and Deputy llaughman good-by- e before starting to Oklahoma, band and in fact it looks as tl,ough the lost all his household poods. The homo belonging to Mrs. Williams and used by took Geo. Word and Win. Miller to but ho has fallen under thu witchery of city is bo full of life that her inhabitants the kiuilergartoiiwns blown up to aavo J'rankfort Wednesday, the first for five a certain pair of bright eyes and has con' aro kept wondering to know what will Notwithstanding the the. Province Hotel, belonging to Win. years, thi last for four years. Both for eluded to remain in Hustonville until he next be done. stringency of money matters Atlanta has Tillery, back of It, but hb tho wind blew manslaughter. can persuade bis fair cnainorata to go Pour persons, Mr. Jones, n college with him. had fewer failures than most any city that way the hotel soon went down, no On List Thursday ovenimr Mr. and aud she has certainly epeut more than I am now ready to wait upon my friends in anything in Insurance. Tho kindergarten wbh using student, MisCB Williams and Lanier and n nlauo belonging to tho writer'a wife, another young lady whoso name is un- Mrs. Chria Lyon, received in a very ele- any of her eizo in improvements. One of the most notable of thu many which was carried out with otlier things, known to your correspondent were bap- gant manner in honor of Mr. Walker o near that tho lire burned it. tized at thu Christian church Sunday Lyon and bride (nee Jones, of Kirks- - changes for tho better is tho Equitable but left Mr. Jarnea Dees' house and stable were night. viiio.j Mr. iu j.and, ol .Montana, a building, corner North Pryor and m total, Tho remains of Ur. J. 11. Shoalev, cousin of tho groom, and n very hand-soii- iu Avenues, which takes the placo of next burned and his loss amounting to not less than S 1,000, not who died at Ilurgiu, were brought here man, was playing Romeo to one of four or five rusty and dark business building waving any of his furnlturo or clothes. J. Monday aud buried with! Masonic hon- the Bwoetest Juliets wo have Been for a houses. This enormous 11 Hackney's bnilditiK wont next and ors, not only the Danville mcmbcra,hut was completed soveral months ago at a A longtime. .&c. I am also agent for a line of. cost of $900,000. It is occupied by the they carried an inauranco of 53,500, while a number of tho fraternity from were present. Lowry Banking Co. aud dozens of other their loss was nearer $10,000 than any Supply the Missing Words. Before court adjourned Geo. Word and firms. It is built of granito and brick other tliotre. Not wu,lt tl,c huilding Wo will give a year's subscription to and is a structure recently occupied by Kaifor Dros., anil Win. Miller both colored wero sentenc that oven New York belonging to Mrs. Caroline Thompson; ed to tho penitentiary, tho lirst for five this paper and any magazine that may would be proud of. Hotel Aragon, on also the barber shop of Hatcher & lteese years forbeing implicated in tho killing bo selected to the pereon who will sup- Peach Tree street, is another grand build' Equal to any ever offered here. Call and see them. I represent the ply in each of thu 10 sentences below tho ing. It cost between $050,000 and $750,-0ii nd tho grocery Htore of Mrs. Anna of Geo. Wells, tho latter for four yearB one inisbim; word, provided, however, the famous dwelling belonging to for killing Sam McKce. aud is probably thu finest furnished Scluuoker and tho who sends tho answer has never Been hotel in tho South. They eay the fare L. Harman and Mrs. ThompMrs. Ida , Mr. Timothy Murphy has returned son. These houses from Mr. Hackney's from Pennsylvania where ho had been tho sentences before. It looks easy is excellent. I suppose it is. The Inman enough. See If you can do it, and mail building is also a thing of beauty, as are ntoio belonged to Mrs. Harman and Mrs. called by tho death of a Bister. Mr. W many other buildings I will not bore the Thompson, and their loss is about ;tf,000 A.Tribble, of Stanford, was in town us tho results of your elTort: No. 1. Bl e. Was uot consid reader to tell of. with no insurance. Mrs. Farmer occu- Wednesday. Mr. A. Tribble, hoit of tho Atlanta has the strongest of banking Call and see my line of goods before make any purchases. pied rooms over tho kindergarten and (lilchcr House has, returned from a bus- ered desirable at tho Minneapolis NatVery respectfully, ional Republican Convention by a ma- firms, aud many of them. The stock is of what she bad. Tho Metho- iness trip to Richmond. lost most away up and one single failure marks dist church cauitlit lrotn Mrs. Williams' Jo Wallace a poor negro so badly jority of tho delegates. 1. 2. B- -u which tho record for many years. That store on tho opposite side of tbu street, paralyzed that he cannot talk so as to be great deal understood, managed to get enough every plain woman would desire to beThe mule trade, and this is next to thu wind having changed. A tho largest market in the world, is on of Mrs. Williams ami Mr. Dees' goods booze Saturday night to completely floor come. 3. Clo . Ono wliOBerv- - now, but for some time has been a little had been carried into tho church and him. Policeman Geo. Ittihsel locked Ho was released Monday morn- ed to defeat James G. Blaine for tho dull. "Happy Jack" II. Miller and J. were consumed with it. Senator him up. D. Swope, of Lincoln, are hero aud are Parker's homo went next and his ing upon a solemn promise never to do Presidency in 1SSI. I. o gh. A result usually caussd among the biggest traders. Happy Jack Insurance wasfSOO, with a lot of $1,800. it again. by a current of air or draught. is spokesman in most every crowd and W. S. Jackson's house went next; insur-anrLIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. II 5. r. That which you can bis stories aro enjoyed, or rather they loss $3,000. After tho Meth$1,500, Having lost nearly all my stock by recent fire, I have just odist church W. II Caching's 53,500 resThe following marriage licenses wero get five thousand of by winning tho first produce laughter at least. Those geu- - cd at old stand with idence went, no insurance. His otiico issued by tho County Clerk on the 31st: prize herein offered. tlemen tell mo to advise, through tho I. . r ss. Something that foolish J., mule men not to ship here, but probwas also burned, but his valuable papers Geo. G. Hays to Miss Roa Smith; Geo. women who love display sometimes ably they have a pecuniary motive iu were saved. The old Pearl homo place T. Patten to Miss Sarah E Bdl. was then burned, loss $1,000, iusuranco .7. Boyle Stone with his family, after spend too much money for. that. Stationery I 7. lit. Something that pugilists $1,000. Next to go was tho store occu- 11 days absence at tho Atlanta, like every town, has sutlered And Chemicals, Latest Toilet Articles, School Supplies, of his drug store I shall be pleasare always willing to do if there is mon- a severe winter, but Bho has certainly and everything to be found in a pied by tho writer, tho house belonging recently deceased brother-in-laCharles to tho Pearl heirs, loss l,000 on house L, Napier, returned home from Allen ey in it. taken care of her poor. At tho begin- ed to see all my old custmers and as many new ones as will favor me, S. Ha ri A inau whose ning of the cold weather a meeting was Assuring them and about f5C0 on my stock. E. Hous-er'- s county on Monday morning. shoe shop was burned above, but lie Wo aro hippy to state that tho riv namo is almost constantly in newspapers called for "sweet charity's Bake." In waved most of his tools. W. H. Hardin, er is now clear ol ice. and no serious and whoso trip to California attracted It ss than an hour $5,000 wbb raised aud who had rooms in tho same building, damage has been done. Tho (armors great crowds whenever ho appeared in in a few minutea a permanent charity orsaved most of his furniture. Superhu- wero very apprehensive that tho long public. ganization was effected. The poor were I !). tu e. When of beauty and well cared for and if there was a case of man ollbrts ouly saved the Catching brick cold spell would terminate with a heavy New Block Opposite Court House, Stanford, Ky. and tho homo of Widow Wren. J. T. rain and sudden thaw, Hooding the bot- valuo serves to improve, beautify and extreme suffering, either from want of caught moro than toms with floating ice, devastating every adorn aud brighten any home. llrown'a food or from cold, it has not yet been reVic 10. Qu- -o . Probonus and by tho hardest work it was thing in its course, but fortunately the. ported. paved. Kierybody worked and did all thaw was so gradual that tho river did ably better liked across tho ocean than The water supply has been growing a by most Americans. they could to assist in Bavlng as much as not riso very seriously. little scant during the extreme dry spells, possible and all tho sutlerers Join the L. Napier died of pneumobut the city fathers have about remedied Charles McKINNEY. writer In heartfelt and grateful thanks nia, after a very severe illness, at his that. Pipes nio being laid from tho Chatfor the assistance so freely given. Tuesday's Intkiuoks came in Wed tahoochee river, some 6ir miles distant. homcin Allen county, Kentucky, on the At present tho water is brought from a 27th ult. Charlie was a native of this ucsday. HUBBLE" Win. Cioyd, of Middleburg, shipped like, a mile or so from town. place, 37 years of age, and lor a number ivill return to Iowa about of years was a merchant here. Three or a Probably no city in tho South has as of mules from this place Tuesloo Smith fine houses of woiship as has Atlanta. of March. A. L. Spoonamore four years ao, ho removed io Allen day. tho first .We have. county, and his health failing, ho mostMoses Coffey sold to Johnson A All denominations aro represented by hus purchased a lino surrey. Itev. A. C. Taylor will preach at the ly quit merchandising, aud retired to his Martin this week his saw mill aud rig for ono or more lino edifices, aud nearly evSaturday night, at the farm nine miles from Scott. svillo. He ld0. erybody Koes to church. The Metho- Bchool-hous- o ' diata lead both in number and in wealth, morning and again at tho lately took a bad cold which broucht on Wo are sorry to hear that one of our church Sunday b'uuday night. school-hous- e pneumonia and soon terminated fatally. merchants has pone to tho wall Ur. Kd with tho llnptiste second Those who have beard of the black-eyelid Austin aud Charley Adams have Ills remains wore brought safely to this M. Estes. And opened elegant lines of as place by Undertaker Moore of Scottsvillo Georgia girls would bo disappointis wanted by An opon been in tho knobs buying hogs, but the hog fever was higher there than accompanied by his wife and tho family some of our citizens. Cau't see what ed. As partial as I am to black eyes, L of Boylo Stone. He was interred nt tho Homo of our people mean when they must say that there is more beauty in here, they only bought about L'0. $'2 i!5 family burial ground hero on the 30th, a I'rny- Lincoln county, in my humble judgCorn has boon selling hero at OOo.pcr cwt. John largo number of relatives and friends Thirty four persons took tho train ment, than there is in tho Gate City per barrel and hay at hpro .Monday and Tuesday for Texas, all State. There is a saIIow complexion and Engloman has moved to thoriwopoprop-erty'an- following his remains to tho grave. Tho accomplished teacher, Mr. J. hailing from Casey county. At this rate scrawniuess iu tho Georgia girl that even for M. B. Kubanks. will work of their black eyes cannot .Mrs. Aiinio Kngloman is visiting friends M. DcBord, opened his second session of no correspondent for tho I. J. will lo tho beauty o vol come. vocal limbic at tho Christian chuich on left in Casey. India Linens, Linen Lawns, hero this week. Tho Kentuckians hero aro all doing Twenty-twmembers of thu MasonJames Wells has sold his horso to J. Monday evening. A singing Bchool is Mr. T. K. Walton, who embarked A Hammonds for $50 and returned to always a great benelit to n community, ic fraternity kayo oyster Bupper at tho tiuely. Hubblo & Sons have and would be remarkably enjoyable, if Commercial Monday night. Hotter an in tho grocery business here a year ago, Win. Tennessee. well. Hi's is the Missou-ri- , it were not for the collateral exercises Lir"?n Laces, &c, &c. oyster table thau tho card table that may is doing extraordinarily boM two jicks to VmiOIeavo, of exclusive "For Cash Only" house ouly J- - J- - Walker has 30 uwes which sometimes accompany an institufollow tho saloon at McKinney. for $1,1"). in the city aud his low prices are having tion of this kind. with '0 lambs, ull living. Miss Lizie lleazley, of Crab Orchard, a telling ell'ect. is now constantly heard on tho pubPaducah, is Mrs. Howard Pace, of ia spending a few days at tho CommerYour humblo servant ia rather awk, Mr. Andrew lic eipiare, the street corner, iu tho store- cial. Mrs. visiting her tjluunaker, of Wiimoro, was ward in the grocery business yet, but he room, tho parlor, ball and kitchen; and Klce. Joo Swopo and family left for with her sister, Mrs. Cofley, Tuesday. is catching on prottv well how to weigh is not free from its Saturday morning, ?ia even tho Ind., John Lasley, of Parkland, is spending a lard, 'lasses, coal oil and tho like. If the This space will be occupied by. Danville. Wo regret very much their reverberations. There is getierally no few days with J. W. Dailey. Mr. Crit readers survive this, auother will appear missed respito to thu from its departure, ns thoy will bo greatly IVnlin, of Louisville, is visiting his sis- in Tuesday's issue. E. C. W. Sunday-Bchooand in inflictions until the lungs of tho particii in the church aud ter, Mrs. Walter Huston, Miss Annio community will regret pants from long use have become comshort tho wholo Paul went to boo her sister at Pink CotJust tho Thing. 9) were pletely worn out and exhausted. their absents. In sickueBs they tage Tuesday. This is au expression the traveling public exact-find tho patient aud last to leave first to use when they find something that is Miss Sophronia Montgomery and Something1 to Romombor, bet what they want. This expression applies dihim; and as neighbors there wero no In 1S93, who hereby extends hisjthanks to the ailing woman that there's Mieses Fannie and Olivo Davidson me rectly to the Wisconsin Central Lines, which is If you're a weak or large ter in tho vicinity and our people at of only one medicine so sure to help you that It can visiting at Junction City. lr. Beazloy now admitted by all to be "Tho Routo'' Irom Chicolumns be guaranteed. It's l)r. Pierce's favorite Proask mo to say through tho returned from a week's stay at Junc- cago to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland, Duluth-an- d In building up overworked, feeble, wish them success in scription. women, or In any "female complaint" or has all points In the Northwest. Their double the I. J. that thoy delicate tion City. Engineers F. Ii. Dills and service and fine equipment offers in weakness, if it ever fails to benefit or cure, you their now home. of Somerset, wero hero Mon- daily train Wilcher, have your money back. It's an invigorating, reducement which can not be surpassed. tonic, stamps storative a safe a soothing and strcngtlung nerMcCarty, of Kingsville, J. N. This Is the only line running both through Pulland Tle color of special delivery instead vineand ailments.andIt certain remedy lor woman's day. Ed Jellico, Iiaao Libe, Cincinnati, regulates and promotes all McCarty, ills and Tourist Sleepers from Chicaorango man For their liberal patronage in the'past, and wishes to say to them will be changed to light the proper functions, improves digestion, enrichW. D. Cozatt, O., N. O. A T. P. traveling go to Pacific Coast Points without charge. es the blood, dispels aches and pains and restores more readily tickdark blue, bo as to that on and after January 1st he will sell goods for CASH only and of For full information address your nearsit health and strength. Nothing else can be as agent, were all registered at the Comet agent or James C. Pond, General Passenger aud will defy the competition of any one. cheap. With this, you pay only for ihe good you them from tho Columbian Ticket Agent, Chicago, III. get. mercial Monday night. stamp. Btore-houao -- ARIZONA COOKING STOVES post-po- no to-n- er HEATING STOVES NOW AT COST. W, H. WEAREN & CO. l, $'-0- whole-soule- d TO THE PUBLIC. Edge-woo- d Iiitr-rodsb- urg MABBWABE9 COOK STOVES w. H. HIGGINS. NEW DRUG STORE. re-ope- 00 Oliver Chilled Plow, Dix Feed Cutter, Stadobalsor Wagons, dto. Ed-war- d u NEW GOODS, FRESH DRUGS, first-clas- s bed-sid- e 1 Prompt Attention and Lowest Prices. W. B. MoROBERTS, ! etore-hous- o ji Seasonable Goods JUST '. RECEIVED car-loa- d d bar-roo- d Nansooks and Dimity Cheeks Hamburg Edgings and Insertings, o ! Do-r- e mi-f- a father-in-law- IDVIIilHANIIi & 8FJ,No bed-roo- l, gen-eru- llj y jjm.ms TOYI xi Good People ofHustonville First-Clas- s sh one-ce- nt ,.v, ...--- - Hi'flwS . ilnatflM otivn a young .inuy, in isewaru, . j.,i some other reason for tho death of Hon. wnoso anftle was injnreii uunng a wniiz James Q. Blaine, than the hackneyed by her partner accidentally kicking her, one of heart failure, which is about ou n wants 15,000 damages from him. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal I Wtr. nrn uleil flint Min I I Y o, 1R93 par Tho Michigan Republican Legisla with saying that a man died because catch his breath. Inability ture has passed a bill reppaling the law he could not to hreUhe and failure of the heart to provl Jang for tho election of Presidential boat are tho immediate cause of every electors by Congressional districts. n citi death, whether superinduced by diaeaso Fred Schumann, n way, however, that zen of Memphis, killed his two children, or not. This is tho Mr. Blaine's troublo was diagnosed: Lottie, nged thirteen, nnd Fred, aged "Primary, chronic interstitial nephritis, nine, and committed suicide. He left a -- The Clerks arc almost chronic catarrhal pneumonia; immedi- noto to his brother saying that "ft was ate, cardiac degeneration and dilitation' nobody'? d u buaines-- i why he commitA wkkk uro Henry Smith, n. bip, burly ted the act." white K'leuia of lungs." negro, enticed ft It is Rtated in Washington that .Mr. and child from her homo at l'aris, Texnn, A iiqokmakrk has ottered Sl7o,(U0 for Cloveland is determined to stop what ho after lavishing her toro her body in the betting privileges of Washington considers the daugcrous hoarding of sil twain. A mob started out in pursuit Park, Chicazo, next summer, or at tho ver, nnd if tho present Congress fails to when the awful nows was spread and rate of $ 7,000 n day. Of course ho will repeal tho Sherman purchase law an exWednesday it succetded in capturing get his money buck and coin inoro out tra pession will ho called within thirty him. Ho was returned to tho pcetio of of the suckers, who will rush up and days after his inauguration. bite, though the odds are bound to be his crime, where 10,000 people had Kight years ago Clans Sprockets Bold to meet out punishment to him. It against them, or tho bookmakers would 48,000 shares of Hawaiian Commercial was decided to burn him alivo and then not grow fat and wealthy. stock at $50 per shate. Last Friday he followed a scene that would put the days AT- bought nt compulsory sale 45,400 of tho NEWSY NOTES. of tho Spanish Inquisition to blush, the 15 cents. The same shares Ht 10 nnd negro wan mounted on a carnival tioai The First National Bank, of Little stock went up to $5, and it is predicted hiB throne and in mockery of a king on Rock, Ark,, has collapsed. that if the annexation scheme is success driven through the principal streets to Luke Tatum was executed at Cam- ful Hawaiian Commercial stock will tae place of execution, where he was den, Ark., for killing his wife. again go to $50. placed on a scaffold sixjfeet square and The 29th victim of the Alton railhill, which Thk Hatch all behold-erten feet high and in view of road disaster 13 dead and three more has occupied so much timo in tho Unit mob tor- will With fiendish cruelty the die. ed States Senate, was passed yesterday irons, beginning tured him with red-hBlaine's will leaves his entiro estate by a vote of 40 to 29. The bill was passat his fet and searing his bodv nil over of $800,000 to his wife, who is made sole ed by tho House, but the Senato added till bis face was reached and his eyes executrix. several amendments that the Iloueo will burned out. Then, although apparently In Montana and tho Northwest tho have to consider. Its opponents hope and dead, coal oil was poured on him coldest weather of the winter is being to be able to filibuster out the session cotton seed bulls put under him and set experienced. and thus prevent its psssage. on fire. It did not take long for the At Richland, Va.. four negroes Convict Bender, of the Indiana Prisflames to reduce the mass to ashes and a were lyncned lor killing and robbing on South, has carried out his determinafearful crimo was fearfully avenged. It two white men. tion to obtain liberty or death. At the is hard t realize, however, that civilized Tho Illinois House of Representapeople of the 19th century could have tives passed a bill repealing tho com bitterest period of tho recent cold spell he cot across the Ohio river by swim been guilty of such savage c.uelty. The pulsory school law, ming from one ice floe to another, only deserved death, but two wrongs TO HU V. negro InJBourbon county there are three do not make a right, and such exhibi- candidates for judge, five for county to fall frozen into the hands of the waiting police. Tuesday uight ho set fire to tions are a disgraco to the community clerk and 15 for assessor. cot and perished miserably in which makes or permits them. Henry Bowling, the Mt. Sterling his prison the tlames. murderer, has been sentenced to be s gie. Mr. Ca'ncgie hns returned to this republican -- TO The fourth-clasOUR- hauged Friday, April 14. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. country recently nnd hns deigned to be resigning for pecuniary ters, who are Tho State Board of Valuation decidInterviewed. He says that ho is in no considerations or otherwise, and recomThe public school, which has been manner responsible for the Homestead ed to assess distilled spirits in bonded mending democrats for their places, need successfully taught by Miss Dovie Harris, trouble; warehouse ut $1- - per barrel. dethat he i$ only a stockholder in not be eo previous. The Tho Erie, Pa., Co., Lim- will close to day. We take- - thi s means o i aiiKiiif von fo r your very liberal patron- the Carnegio Steel Co. Limited, and hah to accept such partment has decided not Mrs. Russie Noel, who was stricken nilo-Jagited, have failed, with liabilities in the and many favors shown tis during the past year, and hope by no control over tho company. He resignations, except in extreme eases. with paralysis while visiting nt Mr. neighborhood of a million dollurs. Mr. Frick for his fairness, ability nishing vou with will bo plenty of democrats found Thero Fourteen prisoners escaped from Gaines' last week, has recovered suff- and pluck ard says "the peoplo have yet to fill tho' offices after the 4th of .March the jail at Murray, including three iciently to be removed to her home near t) learn of his great virtues." This in no and they will bo of a better class than chargedjwith murder, nnd one with rape. Hiuttsvillc. doubt true, and the probabilities are that those recommended by republicans, Tho walla of the old Dahney build- they will be a long time learning of his The members of Rev. De Witt will always be a susabout whom their family while in Richmond were ing, ou Richmond street, have been lorn great virtues. Carnegie and Frlck, like In the market at the Lowest Prices to merit a continuance n! the same. picion of disloyalty. We will be found at the same old stand this ear and made violently sick by catini! cream away. Tho good bricks will be used in most millionaires, are for protection that will build puffs. the new house Mrs. D.ib-L- -y Dr. Woods is still fond of a joko albeit themselves, and further than protects Thomas Horton, Superintendent of this spring. his hair is eo full of hay seed that his that, this deponent saith not. &. Co's distillery at Silver Creek F. P. Meister has sold his restaurant former editorial friends can scarcely rec- Hume The action of the prvbent Lcgisla was thrown from his horse and instant- and confectionery to V. A. Arnold. Mr. Thanking you for past favors, v e are, Yours Respectfully, nt ognize him. His latest effort turn upon the subject of politics is someMeister was leader of the- - band and tho thing unique in the way of legislation. he will ly killed. ifi a notification that The lil-- y wife, of 10 year-olloafers now say that tho baud will fall introduce a resolution in the Legislature might with equal propriety have George Anderson, of Clark county, has through. Don't fret, yo "croakers," the They gone a 6tep further and regulated for n sine die adjournment May 1. As presented her husband with an eight-pou- boys are onto h better Kb player than laughter is better than physic, says the of holding political conventions, hoy. Meieter and will liven things up this in addition to primary elections. Their Louisville Times, this reaolvo A poll of the members is Eaid to insummer. though it result in nothing more, will action has been bised upon the assump- dicate n probable defeat of the bill reIf Lancaster wants an Opera House tion thnt there is always to be at leaht liver and light the will shake the public general gloom with a gleam of pleasant- - pealing tho Sherman silver purchase act now is the timo to hustle for it. It is two political parties, anil that every man Dialer In- in the Senate. now settled that a block of who has any political rights is bound to ry. Jere Morton has been is to be built on the old site and if the boloug to one or the other of these or Hawaii wishes to become a part of the appointed Master Commissioner of Fay- nublic sniritcd citizens will put their gauizttioiis. Officers are necessary to territory of the UnitedlStatcs, but she is ette Circuit Court, which pajB more than shoulders to tho wheel a large and com administer the government, and laws too far off1 and her population is not such the judgeship. fortable hall can be mult above it at a regulating tho holding of elections at And- as to make the union desirable. Besides The damage done to the coal fleet in very small cost. which the people can vote for whom and any num- the Ohio at Pumpkin Patch Mondnv she has a debt of n,000,000 Aethe southbound "limited' was they please are equally proper; but anyber of volcanoes. The 80,000 inhabitants night by the torrent of ice is eetimhted nearing town Tuesday owning an ..axle thing calculated to limit or restrict the are mainly Polynesians and of the low at over 1150,000. of a box car broke, thus delaying all voter in his choice is hu infringement est grade of humanity. On the whole, The icecut.'down a shanty boat ly- trains about 35 minutes. The train was upon the constitutional rights of the citwo should thiuk we do not want Hawaii ing just below Ceredo, Ky drowning running at a high rate of Bpsetl, making izen that ought not to bo tolerated in a very much, though, us we said before, James Hester and Sam Jones, who were up fivu minutes' lost time, and it is a free government. we may bo able to get Queen Lil a job if on it at the time. wonder that all were not instautly killshe will come over. Natural gas was 6truck at a depth of ed. Fortunately no one was B. I). Doflzelaw, bought of M. F. L'OO feet and the town is hurt. Elkin, a saddle horse for j'.K), and sold to Thk Republicans of Kaneas now claim wild with .excitement. A real estate The Legislature is to bo congratulat- him some 70 lb. hogs at tic, and heifers that they have elected their man Ady to boom is alr?adv'on. ed on the passage of tho bill appropriat- at 2c. the Senate ami he is scurrying to WashSeriousjtrouble is anticipated at Dun- ing $100,000 for the Kentucky exhibit Ht ington witli his credentials to head off kirk, N. Y., owing to the strike in the the World's Fair Now let the band u New Crusher and Bolting Cloth. Judge Martin. Politics is always h I, Brooks Locomotive Works and troops to play and the horses go around. according to a Lexington jurist, but the have been ordered under arms. Having added to my Mill a (rutlicr, enn The commissioners being secure in their that Mill grind cob ami all .and Corn the Mint lime mi variety in Kansas seems to be even Americus Symmes, of Louisville, aud $5 a day and roast beef can mnke things grind any other kind of grain and ml it to tint a iy one. and alto put in a new Hour Halting than usual. The political state of a party of 12 will leave for the North lively while the appropriation holds out. Cloth, I am prpparvd to mako you irnue good ntiairs in the GraE6hopper state can only Pole in search of John Verhoeff, the The services of a live Kentucky colonel, lloll, willIlurr Flour, and a am putting in a Meal have it ready in wcrk or to. be described by Mr. Watterson's recent raissing'jteologipt of the Peary party. 961m J. II. IIKir.llT. who never saw u battle, ought to bo seKansasainity. coinage, A bill allowing State banks to issue cured for the Exposition. He would be circulating notes was introduced in tho to the Grand Old ComLottie Collins, who became famous Tennessee Legislature, the authorbeing an honah, eah, an object of curiosity to and monwealth y, from the way she sines Col. Goodwin, a banker of Memphis. O the civilied world. was at the Auditorium, luiuville, o An explosion occurred in the Conis The Hon. Chauncey M. Depe this week and sang and kicked herself at solidated Fireworks at Reading in Watch this space next week. It belongs to Cin- said to be anxious to give a big dinner, near once into public favor. She is said to be cinnati, tearing tho building to atoms, to explaiu at which ho will endeavor STISI'HENS & KNOX, the enterprising Rowu passing fair to look upon and to bo able killing two aud seriously wounding 1" -what he does not know about politics. pretty and persons. to kick higher, show more 3 land merchants, who will tell you soincthin" The doctoris a wonderful talker, espec2 Huffy skirts and wonderful stockings and Rush Morgan, one of the most not- ially after dinner; and, under the infludo it with more grace than any woman ed and desperate of Kentucky moun to your interest. ence of sherry nnd champagne no doubt on the stage. . tain outlaws, was killed near thinks lie knows all about how tho peo He is credited with killing 17 ple feel and think upon every subject, "Thk Hatch Option bPI, passed by the dealing in grain fu- men in his time. notw ithstnnding the fact that he nover Senate, is to prohibit (a Toe Standard pays the apply to locnl opcomes in contact with the maizes of the tures, and does not negro boy sentenced by the McCracken people and knows only of their wants tion, a some prohibitionists suppose. court to confinement in n re tho penitentiary r s o by conjectcre. His prophetic vision lias Congress haB not yet gouo into the for grand larceny can give a Iii'kii somewhat obscured by recunt of regulating the whisky business, S 11 pointers in rascality. ' events. hut will let each locality arrange such a A collision occurred ou tho Chesatr.Kt 8q iCself. Misses Marie and Jennie Warren, of matters to suit O peake & Ohio near Wollsburg, Ky., be c Stanford, are visiting their uunt, Missi --Ti w huqutrer's latest coup tween a coal train aud n work train, the Jennie Duncan. Mrs. A. II. Rice und Thk Cincinnati 2 de maitre wai to print and illustrate the engineer of the latter being asleep. One Miss Bessie Olgi Marksbury were visit- " man was killed and S injured. A full details of the chaiity ball, with the king Hedgeville this week. Messrs.! o George Kkey bus just been pinion---names of all the participints aud a de Smith, of Danville, were ' Brewer and of the ladies ed out of the Ohio penitentiary after bfira Frid.iv. Mr. S. M. Braun and fam- scription of the costumes nnd have tho pipers delivered in the serving seven years lor a murder, it has ily left Saturday for Louisville, their fubefore the last dance was call been established that he did not com- ture home. Miss Noel, of Danmit, or know anything ubout. ed at 3 a. m. Gaines last week. Mrs. ville, visited Mrs. BOOK-SEI-LEB- ,. a It is stated that since Mr. Cleve- Eliza Robinson, of Lower Garrard, is visWilli trouland's election I'M babies born in KenFive men sought surcease from The Largest Stock to select from. Prices alwas as Low iting her mother, Mrs. His. Hunsberry as the low ble by suicide in Louisville Tuesday and ton and Campbell counties have been West. MissMona Hord, of Flemings-burg- , est. Mr. Thos. Dalton has charge of Jewelry Department. four succeeded in shufiling off their mor- named either ufter Mr. Cleveland, his WatchMrs. J. is the guest of her 6ister, es, Clocks andljcwclry Repaired and Warranted. tal coil. Louisville seems to be getting wife, Baby Ruth, or John G. Carlisle. Musteis, of Nicholas O. Frank. Mrs. 67 a i)i. Should Murtha Wilkes, Belle Vara to bfl as bad a place to live in as Cincinville, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. A. nnd Alix meet in n race noxt season it nati. Pasco. Miss Mattie Elkin is visiting the would be au event worth crosaini: the AiUsnn r.nnkew at Stanford. Miss Jen Old Gold and Silver taken in exchange for goods. The monthly statement shows that Immnie Ornamental continent to see, and probably none of nie Lackey leaves Friday, for Louis- unall Fruits,Jtoclc of Fruit nnl and Plant. Treet, Slirulu, ViUct I'ricci tho national debt increased $.1,103,800 the other owners would object to Thanking my friends and the public generally for their low. We have no agent and our profit ccate liberal paxliere tlifiri begin. General aud Strawberry Cat. during January, nnd the gold in the Forbes adding the peerless NancvMi. ville. to tronage in the past year, I hope to merit a continuance by to G. Blaine hnd his Bnrchard alague on application V. HILLF.NMKVr.R, decreased to thft lowest makt it:i Trpiwurv has James polite at namrt nf rln imt. ' tcntion, honest gooes and fair H. 7 I KcxiUKton, Ky prices. ting queens. nnd IJ.'iijiuuu Harris m had his Carne figure reached in many years. R. PENNY Stanford, Ky., Fehhoahy W. P. WALTON. While the JVtanaaer is Gone -- well-know- SIX : PAGES. four-year-o- ld Rath-ere- d GIYIM : GOODS : AWAY, Anti-optio- n a. The Louisville Store ot NOW IS YOUR TIME Friends and Customers. . ftir-giz-a s poet-ma- m past-offic- e Car-wor- ks e . The : Very : Tal-raag- Best : e's Goods WILL BE GLAD TO SEE YOU ALL. McKINNEY BROS. ear-ol- d d nd tore-solv- e, I J R, store-room- s Kx-Judg- ej Fancy Groceries, Fruits Confectioneries. Baker's Bread Always on Hand ziinm:bfi at;.Mt.-SterIiu- g be-gi- red-hott- er Ta-ra-- ra boora-de-a- 1 T Middles-borough- ;3: eight-year-ol- , j busi-nep- old-time- V- - j j i s t! 92 C o ball-roo- m --MUGG Ilo FEIMNly 9 S AND JKWRTRR And 1 Orchard, Lawn, Garden. EiiKruvlux Rcautiailly and Artistically Done. fonr-liMiiilc- d a. -- g3pF ay'rj" ' -'- - ynrTj-- s"y--tf?Fs!ig- y ,Tft5PVlv7 " ?"JW1 ' T - '"'1f' r '"PHTf' r T , ' " v z Schedule Dec. iB, 1891. g. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal is how I am to account to Misa Loslifl for my extraordinary behavior. As I Ky., Fbhhuahy .', 189,3 fully Intend asking her to bo my wifo in Stafford, January nest I muiit manage to find Homo rcjison which won't Eound hopu lessly inadequate for taking no notice W. I3. WALTON. of her between now ..ul then." "That's easily done. Oo to Persia, or China, or Japan, r some such place. Parliament will br up m a week or two, BAFFLED nnd you won't bo wanted again beforo February, so that you will bo tpilto freo CONSPIRATORS. to leave thuvountry. Tell her you want to study tho working of tho Chinese constitution, or that you are minions to pick BY AW 2C. JCOltnid up some specimens of ancient Japanese art before tho hut of them is sold." (CONTINUED.) "Yes," agreed Thorold gloomily. "I Rtipose that is what I shall have to nay. CHAPTER VIII. I should think there was very littlo A PAINFUL PREDICAMENT. chance of her believing me, though." Lord Guise shrugged his shoulders. "Oh, I daro say sho won't ipiito believe you," ho admitted; "but that, as I told you before, U entirely your own fault. You ought to havo consulted us before you gave her to understand that you loved her." Strictly speaking, Percy had not gone quite so far im that; still he had gone far enough to givo his abrupt retreat a very ugly look, and it was with xhntnu s well as grief in his heart that he set forth on tho ensuing Wednesday afternoon to keep the appointment h had made with Miss Leslie. Now in making that np'Hjintmcnt it had occurred to him that Mrs. Leslie would lx tembly m his way, nnd ho had wondered how he should contrive to get her out of the room just for a few minutes; but now he desired nothing more ardently than the piwnee of this third iwrson, of coune, what he had to Bay Mini If yott tin yn anvth where will you could be much more easily said to the WhiMi thwo two fr!t:ul wore loft two ladies together than to mm of them Lonl Oiilwt throw liinisolf back nlonc. in hi chiilr nntl IiuibiiM until tho twira Stinly, liow.'ver, ho might havo known hotter tlio to imagine that no chance of ennui into lilrt oyi. "U'khi my word," )m o.Tdiil:nisl. "this sj)eaking a private word to Dorothy i.i nliotit tho Invit joki I havo i'vur lieartl would be jriven him. Mothers who give such chances are usually sneered at; yet of!" "It mny bo," nnsvrriHl IVn'y rather how can the poor things help themselves? ;riiiily,"tliougli ihiiiih jh)Ji1i iitilit tlilnl: If wo ourM'lvcs were mothers, and If wo Hint it wiut n littlo npollt by licinj; ho ill had reason to hupjkjso that a young man of largo means and excellent character nntHrM. "Ill trntiiri'dl What h you ntiiiii? desired to wiy something particular to a You look nt if you meant mi', but I luj daughter of ours, and if there was but yon nrvn't no tinjuit nt thnt. It it my one occasion left on which ho could say fault that thrvo men over whose net urns it, what should we do? It seems exceedI havo no control except the liinitl ingly likely that we should act precisely control which Shey havo bea no kind us as Mrs. Leslie acted, nnd arrange to havo to giro mo have msmi lit to lilnv the nn old lady at tea with us on the arrival fool at one and the mino time? I nupiKe of the young man. The tea table is in I may call that shiKtihir coincidence a tho Kick drawing room; there isa folding jok without lvin offence, may I nut?" hcreen Iwtwecn it and tho arm chair in "Ten: but what you are chuckling which you havo planted the old lady; over tho way in which you have check-mate- you talk to your guest about her supn all. 1 don't deny that it it funny; pressed gout or some other topic of equalonly I don't call it exactly friendly." ly altsorbing interest, and you grant the "Thorold, you are very ungrateful. young iniu his opportunity withoutmuk-in- g Much a. I ditdiko matrimony in thuub-ntr.vit too disgracefully apparent that you I fully rocotfiilzo tho fact that ant doing so. So, when Percy Thorold made his well to do men with domestic proclivities aro bound tomarry, and If my voting the houso in Kbnry street, for you would have done you any good thete, sure enough, was tho requisite old you nhould have had my vote. To thu woman, and tlve minutes afterward he lxt of my knowledge and belief ilij ww he.ited leside Miss Leslie in comLetlio In uuexceptionnbh; but Morutou parative seclusion. Hard was his fate, and Schneider, you mi, think otherwise. nnd hard the task which ho had to perform, it is a fact, ami rather a melanI can't help that." "And I have mly iywlf to thank for choly one but noboJy will deny tho tho alwurd fix that I am in. That is true fact that love, more than any other of enough, 1 supjxiM'; but at any rate I have the pxisions to which wo are subject, is to thank you for miggesting this foul increased by Iwlng thwarted. Never project. What on earth undo you do it?" lieforo had Dorothy seeunsl to him so Lord OuKe lighted a fre.-d- cigar, tuck charming; never had ho felt in the same degree the impossiliHty of sayed one leg under him nud swung t ing even the most commonplace thing too and fro lazilr. "My dear fellow," he replied, "I will to her without letting her see how he Ixj jwrfertly candid with you. I confess adored her. Ho could not lieln noticing thnt I Htartcd tliU hociety with u eciul that her color was a little brighter than usual, that her speech was somewhat a.4 well na a general object, and I trust you won't think mo unfriendly when I ipticker, and that there was a suspicion tell you that that sjK'cial object was your of nervousnes.s in her miiiun'r. It was welfare. You are so evidently n marry- Iteyond a doubt that she had guessed ing man that I foresaw how easily yon tho original object of his visit, and llesh would bo captured again, nud 1 wished and blood could hardly withstand tho to protect you against widows and girls temptation to givo her a hint as to tho In their fourth se.usou anil other design- true jMwitlon of affairs. However, ho ing persons. I wasn't even ipiite certain was an honorable man, and ho know that I might not have to protect you that he must not dally with that temptaonce more against Sybil Itelvoir herself, tion. To place himself loyond reach of for that woman is hi capricious and so it ho said rather suddenly: malignant that nobody except a harden"l suppose one won't see you again ed philosopher Mich as 1 am can le con- for an age, Miss Leslie? I am thinking of Making myself to the uttermost sidered safe from her." "I only wish she would try her hand ends of thu earth until parliament on you I" exclaimed Percy, who was not Well, she certainly looked surprised; at all gratified by this avowal of a U'liuro-len- t intercut in his private affairs. but ierhaps it may not have been so "I sincerely wish she would," answer- much his announcement as tho tremued Lord Guise with a laugh; "that would lous voice in which ho made St that surkeep her out of mischief for a time and prised her. "Wh.it do you mean by the utterit wouldn't do me any harm. Hut you iaay dcjHMid upon it that she won't. Shu most ends of thu eari?" she inquired, prefers to practice her arts upon an un- smiling. "Not Westmoreland, I um who had afraid. That is where we shall bo for fortunate wretch the audacity to imagine that, he could a long time to come." "No," lie nnswered sadly, "not Westresist her, or upon a millionaire like Schneider, whom she may have thought moreland. I had mi idea of India and I wonder whether she Japan and San Francisco. I shall hato of marrying. would have married him? They s.ty sho the voyages and tho journeys, and inhas been outi tinning tho constable of deed tho whole thing from beginning to Lite, you know." end; but one comfort in that when it is "I don't know anything about it," re- over one will never bo expected to do it turned Percy impatiently; "it is no again. " business of mine, ami why you should "Oh. I dare say will enjoy it," she look upon it as your business 1 can't wild carelessly. think." "I think not; but it is the sort of thing "For the sako of my weaker breth- that hastobodonobooneror later. Lvery-bod- y goes round tho world nowadays," ren," lcplied Lord 11 tuse, "I feel it my duty to keep a watchful eye upon the he pleaded, making his desire to excuso ways and wiles of the other sex. Schnei- himself a trifle too obvious, "and and I der will live to tliunlc me with tears in think I havo rather knocked myself up his eyes." with these night sittings, and no doubt "Possibly, and I dare say it Is because I shall Ihj all tho better for n complete I am more solti.ih than you that I don't change, though tho process may not bo caro u littlo bit what becomes of Schnei- altogether pleasant while it lasts. And der. What I Hhuuld liko to know, if yon then, you know, there is 0110 great advantage of going far away, which is the could tell mo but of course you cau't intense delight of returning to oue's friends." Mother (severely) Johnny, where ia But of course ho could not better his that pleco of cake I left hero when I Kbition by such speeches as that. Say went out? what ho would, the facts remained that Johnny I gave it to a hungry little ho had paid marked attention to this hoy, mamma, and oh, he was so glad to girl; that ho had begged a flower from her on tho occasion of their last meeting, Ket it. Motror Come to my arms, you dear, and that ho had made an appointment purpose of dear angol Who wna tho little boy 7 with her for tho ostensible tho unmisto hor, ami saying good-bJohnny Me. takable purpose of saying something olso. Now, apparently, ho had nothing At the close of a long prayer by fath- to tell her except that ho meant to run er who haci.'prayud for u poor family, his away, nnd that ho was a good deal son said: "Father, if I bad as much ashamed of running away. Whether wheat in tho barn as you have, I would sho loved hint, or hated him, or did not enre u brass farthing about him, such answer that prayer myself." j conduct must inevitably btriko her as e, it." contemptible. And thnt it did bo etrike hor the unfortunato man erceived plainly enough, although sho Bald nothing worse to him than: "I can't imagine any delight being exactly 'intense' to you; you would always bo thinking of tho rovoraa sido of tho shield, oven though you couldn't seo her cyo. "Ono has acquired quite ngoiiiBt ono'a will a certain knowledge of tho ways of men which leads ono to distrait even tho best behaved of them. However, my faith In you knows no Minds; 60 that 1 am willing to take yottr word for it th.it you are going away becnuso you think you ought to seo Yokohama. The only thing is, do you renlly imagino thnt Dorothy Leslie is tho kind of girl to wait meekly until you come back, und to drop n curtey when you nre graciously pleased to offer her your hand and what remains of your heart?" "Ah. that's just it! You know, Sybil, you have treated me rather badly, haven't you?" "So you have always said, and you aro ono of thoso people who are always right. How cuu I make amends? Shall we renew our engagement?" "No, thank you; I shouldn't liko thnt; nor would you. But although you certainly did treat mo badly I don't believe you aro nl together heartless, Sybil." "This is indeed gross flattery!" exclaimed Lady Belvoir. "What can he bo going to ask for?" "Not for any very enormous favor. What I waa thinking was this: You may feel that you owo me a good turn, and it wouldn't give you a great deul of trouble to write to mo once or twice whilo I am away And couldn't you, pcrhujw, just put in a word for mo bometimes, when you saw your opportunity? Owing to circumstances which I can't nt pre&eut explain it will be impossible for mo to ay a word for myself." "I see. 1 11m to hold tho fort for you, nnd I am to keep on repeating, 'He will return; I know him well.' But what if you don't return, my good friend? What if you meet with some enchanting creature on Mini one of tho many steamers in which you will have to tako a passago and forget tho poor maid of Westmoreland?" "You know I shall not do that." "Do I? If 1 do it's nil I know about your mysterious disappearance. Now, look here, Percy, as I told you before, I havo a childlike faith in you; I mny say that you nro the only perfectly honest man whom I havo ever known. But if I undertake this job it must bo upon the distinct understanding that I am to bo enlightened eventually as to tho whole meaning of it. I rather think that I can smell a rat; still I nm not sure, nud I must be made sure, or I shall die of Kiflled curiosity." "It will give mo tho greatest possible pleasure," nnswered Percy gratefully, "to tell yon all about it as soon as I am at liberty to do so. And do you think, Sybil candidly now do you think that there is any hoiw of my being pardoned? 1 don't mind confessing to you that T went rather farther than I ought to have done, and I know Mrs. Leslie is furious with me. One can't blamo her." "Oh, you goose!" exclaimed Lady Belvoir, laughing, "what signifies Mrs. Leslie's fury? Don't you understand that if you want to lie pardoned by a woman all you havo to do is to make her love you? After that sho will pardon anything nnd everything. More fool she, no doubt; but wo aro made liko thnt." "Aro you mndo like that?" asked Percy wonderingly. "Would you mind going away now? I am about to hold an interesting nnd affecting interview with a friend of yours who has leen gnawing his nails with impatience in my boudoir for the last half Democratic Thousands Will WltneBB tho Inauguration. Tho rnal to Washington ol T7F. WNorfoikiWesfemRJL LEAVE NORTON DAILY 7:00 a. m. for Graham, Minefield. Pocahontas and all stations Flat Top and Pocahontas Divisions. 12:04 noon, for Bluefield, Radford, Roanoke, Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Also (via Roanoke) for Washington, Hagerstewn, Harris-ourPhiladelphiaand New York. Pullman Sleeping Cars from Loul'villelo N or lolk via Norton and Radford; also Radlord to New York, via Shenandoah junction, also, RiJ" lord to Washington; also from Lynchburg to Rich mond. Trains tor Pocahontas, Powhatantiand Goodwill leave Bluefield daily at 6 10 a m, 8 30 a m, r 05 p mand napui, Leave Illuefield 6 to a m daily for Kenura and Columbus, O. Arrive Columbus o 15 pm Additional trains for Welch and intermedial stations on Elkhorn leave Illuefield and pm dally. 3 Trains arrive at Nortou from the East dally at 11 4op m and j so p in lor further information as to schedules, rates, Ac, apply to agents of Norfolk A Western Railroad or to W. B. BE V I LL, Gen. Pass. Agt Roanoke, Va. 1.4 d t, i In-for- r ." liko-Moroto- n, 1 y "Indeed you aro quito wrong!" ho protested warmly. "Very likely I do keep rather too watchful an eye "Upon the seamy fcldo ofmost things; but that only gives ino a keener joy in tho thi'igs which havo no heamy side. And one of thooo things," ho ventured to add, "would bo visit to Westmoreland. Will yon bo there tho wholo of next winter, do you think? In tho month of January, for instance?" "I really don't know; but .wo live there r.nd wo don't often leave home," answered Dorothy. "So that if I were to turn up at that time if I hapjieucd to Ihj staying for a few days with my cousin, Sybil lielvoir I might hoio to find you in tho neighborhood? I don't seo why I shouldn't invito myself to btuy with Sybil when I return," ho continued musingly. Then something that ho saw in Dorothy's face prompted him to add, "Sho nud I are nothing mora than friends and cousins now, aud I am sure that she is quito as glad of that us I um." Miss Leslie made no rejoinder Iral presently sho ufkul him whether )) would havo another cup of tea, ami 01 his declining moved into the front room, whither ho followed her perforce. The old lady, who may havo had intelligence enough to surmise why her company had been desired, nnd why her room would now Ihj xnoro welcome, rose nt once to depart, r.nd after sho had gono ioor Percy liad. to pass through an uncom fortable live minutes. Mrs. Leslie was n simple, hoiiest sort of womau, nnd us tho news which her daughter imparted to her so calmly filled her with consternation it was quite out of her power to conceal what she felt. She said, "Oh, indeed!" nnd then remained nbsolutelysilent whilo her visitor explained somewhat confusedly that ho required a change, and that it was the far.hion to go round tho world now, nnd eo forth; but when ho reached tho olnt of paying that ho should try to bo in Westmoreland in bix months' timo she could not refrain from giving him a tolerably direct snub. "We do not seo much of Lady Belvoir's friends," said she. "Lady Belvoir scarcely visitsntalliu thocountry, and I should not, in any case, caro very much about that kind of society. Besides, I nm not at all sure tliat wo shall bo at homo in January. I should be glad to escape tho long winter, and we may very possibly move south when the cold weather sets in." "And if you do go south whero will you go?" asked Percy, who felt that ho could not afford to accept snub. "That is quite uncertain. Dorothy, dear, didn't you say that you wanted me to go to some shops with you? And do you see what tho time is?" After thnt Percy could only take himself off as Fjoedily us possible Mrs. Leslie's method of showing displeasure was lacking in grace and dignity, but she had every right to bo displeased nnd ho had none to resmt tho very chilling accents in which sho bade him farowell. Dorothy, if less tindisgnisedly angry, was scarcely le.s.s cold, and tho impression which ho took away with him was that hour " biH chaneo of ever being forgiven was ' TO BB C0NTISU.J .l small indeed. Cold Charity. Carlton House terrace was perhaps rather an odd placo to go in search of . "Could you give mo something to eat. consolation; nevertheless it was to Carl ma'am!" asked a tramp at a houso on ton House terraco that ho betook him Lafayetto avenue. self straightway, nis cousin wjis tho "No," nnswered the woman at tho only person, except Lord Guise, to whom door curtly; "we've nothing for tramps." ho could confide even a jwrtion of "Thnnk you, ma'nm," and ho turned his woes, nud ho remembered that sho meekly nway, drawing tho Bkirt of a had more than ouco displayed a good wretched cont about him to keep out the naturod sort of interest in this second cold, blinding storm. love affair of his. "I might givo you somo old clothes if Lady Del voir was at home, and tho you wait until I can pick them out," speech with which sho received him was said tho woman, moved by tho nppear-anc- o n welcome one to his ears, because it enof the forlorn figure abled him to plunge without preface into lie waited out&ido with tho thermometer near zero, waited long time, and hu subject. "Havo you come to ask for my bless- whistled "Annio Laurie" for company. ing?" bIio inquired. "I heard that yon Then tho woman of tho houso returned, were expected in Klmry street this aft- oiMMicd tho door a crack nnd handed him out a linen duster and n straw hat. ernoon, nnd I am so extraordinarily clover that I can guess wliat errand "Thank you, ma'am," said tho tramp took you there." gratefully; "thero is just ono thing "You aro very clever," he replied; moro" liko other clever jwoplo you itometimes "Wo haven't nny 'drinking water; tho mako n bad shot. I went to Ebury pipes nro frozen," sho interrupted. "No, mn'am, but if I might mako so street to say good-by- . Tho fact is that I havo mndo up my mind to tako a trip bold as to ak for an old fan. It would go round tho world, and I supposo I shnll so beautifully with this suit of clothes." But sho said that sho drew tho lino at hardly bo back beforo the beginning of fans, and shut tho door in his faco. Denext year." "Dear 1110'." said Lady Belvoir. "And troit Freo Press. what do you mean by that, pray?" "Oh, I don't know; nothing in particu- Information from an Information Uurvisii. Ho was ono of tho "Cholly" variety, lar. I want to seo Bombay and Calcutta nnd Yokohama and and nil tho other with iiHinooth faco and u shiner in his horrid plnces that people talk about." scarf. Ho demanded of Major Jliller, "You look as if yon did. And I won- tho Chesterfield of tho Kimball counter: "Ah, is Mr. Jones in?" der why you wnnted to begin by seeing "No; bo's out, sir." mo, and I wonder what you think I can do for j'ou, and I wonder whether Dor "When will ho bo in;" othy has refused you or whether you "When ho returns from being out, only concluded for eomo insufficient rea- Bir." Atlanta Constitution. son or other that alio would refuso you An Obliging Offer. if you asked her?" "Well, she hasn't refused me, and I Beggar (standing in front of nn exhihaven't asked her, nnd I'm sure I don't bition of iKiirtings, to stranger about to know what tho consequences of my enter with a lighted cigar) I say, miswould havo been," said Percy, laugh- ter, there's no smoking allowed inside ing little. "As to what you can do yonder, but if you'll givo mo twopence forme, I think that if you were very I don't mind keeping your cignr good uatured and kind you might give till yocomo out again! Dorfbarbler. mo a general invitation to stay with yon in Westmoreland when I return from A IH'ulnnliig. this nbominnblo trip." Resident Think of opening an office "Consider yourself generally, not to in this neighborhood, eh? Seems to mo say particularly, invited," answered you aro rather young for a family physiLady Belvoir; "might a bewildered cian. friend inquire ouco more what you mean Young Doctor hut er I Bhall by starting oft on a trip which you call only doctor children at first. Now York nbominable?" Weekly. This waa n very natural and exensa-biShort, but Sweet. question; but of course it was not in Percy's power to innko any reply to it. ."She answered me rather shortly when 1 nsked her to bo mine." After a moment of hesitation lie said: "I havo reasons, but I am afraid I "Indeed? Uow'r" "Sho 6a id Yes.'" Washington Star. can't tell you anything about them, except that they aren't discreditable 01 dishonorublo reasons." The Ilolitut of Impudence. "One is relieved to hear that," obTaking shelter in an umbrella shop till served Lady Belvoir, with a twinklo in tho shower is over. Hondo Comiquo. 11 11 in the May ol ccnery, historic interest and train service is the Chesapeake and Ohio K'y, which paxies thro the battle ltrinjtheRrc.it citinducemcntt ia and Weal Va. and the most pictureiquo regions of America, 'the y, y, f V is the Car 'i'raini All the BslsssssiErSsislsssssssssss through trains nrelisiited with elecrlcliy and heated with steam. 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With a sharp cry, such as the best EBnM fc writers descrilio as emanating from n i Some friends and myself nmdo a visit ri iihk! spirit, sho turned upon her heel HOW NEW FIELDS OF EMPLOYMENT to Rerahrandt Pcale's homo, where wo FABRICS AND STYLES WHICH GOOD wounded Hl'Xornrrctiiitltmtlimtiurli)itlinlioiv.V' Keprttrntioi; nnd walked rapidly 1o iho houso. found tho artist working on tho sisty- -' FORM NOW DEMANDS. HAVE BEEN OPENED. rU&hoiiMlMnvnldrdltwoahciistlielr Bursting into tho boudoir sho fell nt power of motion. A Rentlo iiperleiitCj lirst original portrait of Washington. tho feet of a mntronly lady who was eflVet only required. TuttVi Tlny' Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; An intelligent gnido conducted us I.iver I11U nro prepared rrlth Micclal frx mittens for tho Hottentots. The Veteran Vlrglulti Penny Heinle Her through tho mint had a delightful Vnlnmlnotu Klccvca with KLIrta Interlined vlonslotho permanent euro of W Manchester, of Manchester, Kiiff., "Oh, mamma" with Wirci nnd Crinolines Victorian Experience In Seeking Occupation for talk with George W Childs, who wroto COSTIVGNESS and HEADACHE. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Her pent emotions wero getting t'v1 tjThoy nro mild nnd rcnmln In tho nys-for Day, Kmplro for Kvcnlng Shot Put-I- n Women SIio Denoted Tlitio unci fortune. to mo in 18S0 as follows: "It might bo tctn until tlieynctnii thn liter, rmtov Ins. Co. of North America. ' found letter of her composure. with Opnl Light In Sheen of l'enrl. that in tho numerous magazines . natural flow urbilo ami their tonio to ArntUt Women to Support Tliemaolve. "ho h." iuMilted me. Instead rf-- properties linpnrt ower to tho Imuv- - Cjf dovoting 8omo columns to women's ink Coi..(.tHr. ou.i All of which arc To a Sun fashion writer a famous Now of" ISO, by American Prva AssocialOopyrisht. cU to remove unhealthy aceuniiil.-vto ttlcnl hi Jl. terests tho contributions of such a pio- York dressmaker says there's to bo a tton. (IcmmI nppctltn nnd dictation rrv b pieiiullj wilt (tiiny Will inmtc thU line. torn tion. itmcil. Klnit icif Sho showed Higus of hysterics. rcMtlt from tho noof ttioMi little 11IIN. iloei, wind tlormt and llhliilnj;. L.iKlitnifi I hml been a tcnclier for over nino neer as yourself in thcHiutisticul and great change in styles between now and 1 "proposing uvirrirgo, as Trice, S3c OlUoe, OU Itrk 1'Iucc, N. V, t wit.iout K'Mitnnal chr( histories of employments would perhaps greater than any wo pceted, ho asked mo to bj his servant." years, mottly in tho western Btates. Otlicc at Kut Natlouil llinh, Stanford. bo welcome. Tho sketch in 'Allibone'a euminer, WLilo teaching my health failed, and 1 Dictionary docs only jnstico to you as have had in a long time. The world of Tho eldt r woman recoiled in horror. "Servant," she gtvsjMsl. "Child, jo.i thought I would go nt something clfo. the first encyclopedist on tho subject of fashion hiw been divided into two fac' tions ono fighting for tho empire modes, must be dreaming." ' i But when 1 cauiu to stud tho matter women's occupations." Thu nttlre forrwarna hunter. fihirtiin and with their straight lines nnd clinging "N-nboo, hoo he paid, 'Won't you carefully I found no other avenuo was other not ftreiiatt on our lamia without From Philadelphia I went to Now York draperies, tho other supporting tho 1830 oo, oo come and rulo over my boo, miMion, at ad tuvh 'vill be prutccutcd to the lull .j rsi pen to 1110. I asked myself why it was city. There most business streets Jiavo balloon sleeves, small waists nnd flaring tt exlentuf the law binned: fc5 Lf' hoo household: lm t it M. LACKOWirZ. that men had so many occupations and each their peculiar lino of work. Many skirts. In this country wo have compro ? T I. NKWI.ANI). And sho resolutely declined to bo con women so few. I could not solvo tho prominent men I there had occasion to mised on tho empire for evening and tho soled. Detroit Tribune, W. II. HAVS. tl C LYON. problem, and the inoro I studied it tho talk with luivo gouo to their long homes, Victorian robes for tho day. IRKO IIAI'.MANN. i.y.jtN Greeley, Raymond. Drynnt, Leslio and K I.. Will IK. You seo, tho empiro dross was becomI was puzzled. So when I camo in more 1IU 1'iintr. Brooks, among editors. tho With a MRS M A..MAHIIN possession of my little patrimony I de- noto from Miss Emily Uowland I called ing to very few women after all. Short women couldn't wear it, nnd very tall termined to learn tho cause, if thero was upon Cyrus b leld. who greatly favored ono, and see that justico was dono to women as telegraph operators, and whoso women wero not graceful in it. Besides, Uo it wasn't a practical dress for nnytldng wmen. parlors, dining room nnd hall woro fresvW- -Vt U but houso and carringo wear. It needed Tho iufonnntion I gained of women's coed by a woman artist v)l S,IANOKl),.KV , j 7L Ux" . most careful manipulation not to bogro-tesqu-o work and matters pertaining thoreto . g Among tho many places of tho U ww mil uirfaiilied and rtidy lot deand repose c f manner iuit w,i cost me thousands of dollars and years kind that come to mind aro liberation inamovement which thoand AT Amerand the entire loss of Harper's, tho Apple-tons- , of time and labor Paid up Capital of 5200,000 the Biblo ican women are not supremely gifted health for a long period. Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, Surplus, . house, tho Methodist Book concern nnd -000 1830 and It is safo to say that the Tract society. Mnny women wero with. modes will influenco the coming There are tlirte of tho lUrbtrt m the Sute 1845 the 1 consumed much employed in them. There ale alto eicellent lUtlt Krom run in con SUCCKSSOll tulllll LI.NTOI.N NATKlVAl liiit inn Ascul tor I tuntnii Steam Laundry timo in visiting cotton, linen, woolen HANK OK SI'AMUIU), and rilk manufactories, and othors of OIT II QrilTlTT. BUTMQriUTT. U ud under Nowclotinc up) with the tame metal and glass were gono through. the lame management Thoso of tho precious metals wero eslljr proTinontof lit chaner, depotitore are a lully protected at ate ilepotllora in NatU.L pecially interesting, as watch chains, llanVi, in tharrhoidri bin held Indmf'uaU? rings, and bracelets. Cameo cutters liable la the citcm ol the amount of their tteca therein at the p.r t.iue and lapidaries wero not passed by. 1 id addition to lot amount inteited In tuch tharet. It may actat visited tho Cooper instituto, where quito adtmnittraior, trutUc, Ac, at fully at eiecutor, a number of ladies wero practicing tho id l (.dividual. To thoie who enirutted their buitinett to ut of wood engraving, and somo wero art while tnoa(loir the l.iticoln N'ttitaial lift ol r painting portraits and landscapes. Stanford, wi we here lender our wanr thanki at4 Ho (wealthy, but r.hy) You think riio ttuit they will continue lu trautatt their buinini I talked with many salesladies, Tho will nccept himt Ho has nothing tomato with ut, ollrrlnc at a cuarantre fur jnonpt n hours wero long and tho pay poor of tho to tame, our Iwculy yean riptiKi.,. la n girl lovo him. banVmc andat liheialaciointnodatioui at are coe majority of them. Two of tho few avoSho True. But then ho has enough tiileut with tound bankmc. cations then open to women wero millito make her marry him. Life. Has lod all Worm Romodios. nery and dressmaking, and they were IIIRKCTOMt: crov.'dcd to excess. Hundreds of I J. William., Ml Vernon, EVERY BOHLE GUARANTEED. .fudging front What Iln Ilenrtt. ,. .. VvW, J. M Hall, SUulurd, 'I TST inado gentlemen's and ladW iT sor.n i:vvu wiii'iii-:Scene A hor car with ono vacant J. S Owtly, bianfurd; rMr.1kHHIUNll(M.TTORllll. underwear at starvation rates. Book (0,,sT.Wn. scat. Enter threo ladies. s J. Kinbry, Sunford; agents plied their vocation with perFirst Lady There's a reat. ). ft Lynn, Stalrd sistent zeal. Button factories employed Second Lady Yes, you tako it, MinX HOar. OK BEAUTY. A. W Carpenter, Mlliedrirt; ?rWi n number of women, nnd to did knitting & J. V Cath, Stanford; fashions far more than anything in which nie. f' factories. Thero wero immenso bread Third Lady No, you tako it, dear. William tiuKh, Stinlord, Ky SL Josephino ami her court ladies look so and cracker bakeries, but no women S II. ShMiai, rretideui. First Lady Ono of you Fit down. VIRGINIA rENNV IN 18o9. a Li wero employed. Howover, ono woman lovely in the pictures. Painted women I'm not tired. " Ow.rey CatSiei W M llrlhl, teller I read works on political economy, la- had grown rich making and selling pies. never hurry, never grow stout, never &cond and Third Ladirs (together) nft-e- r (similar objects. I to grow old, never look haggard bor and capital nnd Tho hardest, filthiest nnd worst paid bought every book to bo had en women's labor in mobt occupations was usually a night out. If wo could fit gowns Neither am It Firht Lady I had a long nap this aftNATIONAL BANK deportment, duties nnd spheres. But dono by women. to tho women in tho pictures wo would ernoon. nowhere could I gain information of purhavo an easier time, I assure you. . INIORU, K OK From New York 1 went over to BosSecond Lady I've been sitting around suits that women could enter nnd earn a ton and visited numberless stores, facAbout tho hoops they nro just now tho hon.e nil day. livelihood, for no such printed informa- tories and workshops. liko tho hereafter. Thank heaven, for Third LadyI haven't walked a stop. GURHS r.T?S2G C3UT Capital Stock-Surplu- s ono exactly knows what is It fore one. tion had been given to tho world. So I Virginia Penny. First Lady Pleaso Fit down to oblige UiflMiA.IUkl determined to learn by observation and But already skirts nro inter nod with A SURE c- CFffT.UN CURE from icrsonnl inqniry what 1 wanted. crinolines: nifties insido r: wired, nnd me. I'd just as soon etand. A Senator's Daughter. Second Lady Well, then, on tho CCST known for It: facing3 are wired. Don't you notice To do bo I must go to tho places wheie iimied to iro fac Attention of the public Miss Lucy Aldrich. daughter of United Rt.MCOY VOS VI.Li. PILES.LOIM. that thuthe pronatoataf the Natiotialin Hank Vunford it the ooly National Hani men mid women wero at work. I usualhow tho ladies smooth out tho bends in havo it, and I'll stand with you. WK lt:t til., M Under Act Thiid Lady Honestly, I'd rather rrtfrv4r ly rodo aud walked from 8 o'clock in tho States Senator Aldrich, is fully as well the wire when they sit down? There's lepotitort are trrurrd not only by the capital known in ttocl, but br the UotVloldrrt liaVilily lor an morning until places of business closed Providence, Washington society as in no uso in expecting to fix over last sea- stand mystdf. mount equal to the ttock, ao that dpoiitori ol ns for two or three year? son's skirts. The only thing to do with Fiit Lady Oh, well, tako tho Feat and reached my boarding place about (hit inttltutian arc teeured by a fund of )ou,iki kotue o? rest most cf her timo has been 3pent nt nn old bell skirt is to wear it bravely as before foiuu ono oImi geta it. I'm not a Kie iwern tlalewcntt ottarcoadilMii n( the bat.lr dark. Thero wero then no elovalors in are made each jearto the I'liitcd Statct joeera bit tired. buildings, and I and my hired compan- tho nation's capital. it is or discard it forever. tneut and itiattctt are eiamlaed at stated timet .( wr, t1n '',,, .n. Net re ' Jif' itivm Second Lady I'm not tired either. y fovernroeiil tjtnlt, thut aecutin; kddililool! ion, for I always employed one, climbed It promises to bo a great summer for ' ililaiil. In a rd. turn Hif H Third Lady Neither am I. aepetiiar. tnl perfect tately tornijinally e.UM(hd c n cotton fabrics of nil kinds and for light ! I up 6tairs, gM orally to tho ninth, tenth trail V .1x1 rr'ijlom 4ul 1 hit in.l.tulioa, at the Business Mun (behind his newspaper) n an nilti.e;ili. i.ri ti Siatitr '( Kenchallies and crcpons with Dresden china Depotit Itaak of Slarlurdln tlj, tkea rri.rra and elovciit'i floors, all day long, week tucky ii4 tupootn-th same and uil I guess I'll hang on to my seat iird at the Natunal Hank el Stanford in li'j i.d organdies nnd moussolino patterns. Tho be lion i V r Kjrjtir.' Kr utriiMl Saint after week, month after month and year Ike Klrtt SatHMal titaiu They em perfectly fresh, and I Jp)n' l'"nrti;)l'on hi OilrnKeiui, l.incnln Co. Stanlord in iMt. hatat had prarlMally an (lank ol do ligne3 fIiow bold art patterns of huge after year. uniuter ty, Kcnlxck v. it irmirl im(o of uantactl.K m ted etltteoreof yeart It it better tupplied flowers in shadowy colors on striped or am tired. E.ohange. I visited between 0,000 mid 0,000 places kliail be t (Jtt'cnaeim, in Uncoln Cotili-tbMlu oevr with IncUiliaifertianiacdriK Kentui kjr. 'I be jtenrral nature of the buti-- ty and literally than eter before Wunrnprmpt dotted whito garment. They nro copied in Philadelphia, New York city, Boston In in lenr to te trantacitdia to )iniUe the members aotrfjrable career AceotiMta of corporation!, and A MMitbe. towns. My object organnnd tho surrounding from tho old materials, and tho .( tkr Holy ( pel .ibd allittti-e- r with the prrachln lirmi and Indmduali mprctluHy tolie My grandmother had nn old negro There iSall oe no rapital ted. inati of arw-dies that tho Georgian dames wore, you was to seo tho modo of operating, ascertock. The corpjrd lit The Directety nt thtt Hani t eomjw ted ot tho wages paid, tho timo of learnknow, wero patterned liko tho wall pa- named Charles, writes a Toxns corre- Htriice on thr fittt day ti ifbll oimiarnee ilc, and tain renrxary. T.J. Kotttr, of Stanford; pers of tho period. All theso light ma- spondent. Though very old ho could hall etwt for )o )ear tniiiug; laruary Ji. ing, tho eirccts of occupations on tho gallon thau he we Vt lie KoretliM Hekl, LirKota eouMty ; terials will bo mado up over colored lin- - mako the evencst of hills and tho ilrn oirc.M ei the conert tcccliirr .kail f.1111 health and many other tilings of a kinnd J. W. Ilaydco, Staofaid; straightest of rows in tho garden, which tho board loditol v. Iktirittm ot ultke shall cl Iruitee. dred nature. Tho ono nnd only aim in S II. HaatHman. Lineal,' he two rear and tbe rleolMin t Mall be hM ho kept as clan as a parlor. view was to gain a knowledge of what Hi the amiu-M. . Wilin. Sit Vrrrwi: efciI tnf lli.c ti,r "Uncle Charles, how can you get tho ill January l The aiiKwnt nt trlehtedn lint aSunday employments wero fcasiblo to women, nil at S Il.rr.. LlbMin; jlne of the carjo-ra'mle hills all of tho K.11110 size and bo straight no time niful the tho qualifications needed and tho purS Hwker Suatw.li vropcit), ih tin ludme dtbia cor trncted far in tho row?" asked tho children. suits to which they wero best adapted; o be p't ban (itildinc. aie in pi;ie. ut erec(. A. LacVej. Lincafr.; "Waal," repliod he, "w'en I scoswhar tion. Tlie rm profrrtv 4 menhvlr tkall be also tho likelihood of gaining a footing in T P. IliM, Stanford. Irnm corporate debit, atmtt I wants do hills I je.s' puts my foot right ma ' '.. Welch, Staatord; various occupations, tho probablo result ItiM.N lUrl.U, Stcreliry, dar; den I pulls do dirt up on it twill W .l'.Ttte, Sttaionl pecuniarily, tho length of timo to preIKK 1)1 NAN I) IIKIDKNIIKANI) OKKICKI S hit's kivered." pare and tho expeuto of living while do. t;on I. S. Iloeler, I'retident; Ono day tho children heard a scream J.rNltV llll.DKItKANIir. ing so, with somo inquiry into tho cost jMha J. McKoberta, Cathier, K1IIN.SWAIII.KN, in tho garden. When they got there of tools or tho capital required for cart OS'ltAtl IIICII, A. A. SIcrCitinrT, Attittant Cathier, they found that L nolo Charles had cut KHIN KOCMKIt. rying on the businesh, if carried on indeKl'llOl r TRAl'U n his big too nearly off. After it was uU WANT TO ADOPT IUHY pendently. 1 found tho majority of pur lilUN lllSCH, dressed and easy they asked him how cKir.c.isiirKr, suits followed by wen wero capable of lylo yon think HiH n n new It ImaiiipM, John MISS l.CCY AIJ1RICII. Al.llkKCHrSIAMIM'I.Y hsnU-ethe accident had hapH'ued. Klldlniri ittmbleri on application; being performed by women. Miss Aldrich has a peculiar stylo of Otlenlittm, l.imoln Co, Ky , Dtceti.htr o.w lifforc, hiiWHer, lull never hiire lliiwm "Blamo dat toe onyliow," exclaimed By Tho sizo nnd character of tho places beauty light hair, clearest complexion, ncur tliDinlKinnlNitupii'ita Iuitiibel Iniii fo ho, "wid hits black kick an yarlor Ik thU iiiik. Ltrrtniip will cxcUlin, "Weill visited ranged from the mammoth build- dreamy eyes and tho sweetest of dispositout the wt eicat tmliy I pcr kiiw P Till I'zo alius takitt it fur some kiue ings of the Harpers, to tho lono attic, tions. Tall, stately appearing, Miss littlo lihuk 't.v'nivlnif cun ttitu yon but a faint Idea or tbovxtiiititiriKlnal, uv a varmint. Jos' now I tort hit wuz cr where a maker of spectacle frames is a familiar figure in tho gay socier? r do hill, an tarnpin'a head er outer worked alono and lived with his mother- ty of Washington, and presides over the ! I blazed erwny wid my hoo to chop it less child. I havo gono to household of Rhodo Island's distin" MoTHm' Fmrxn " is a scientificoff." Youth's Coiiiianion. LIKU A SUMMER DREAM. places ranging in variety from a shot guished teuator with rare grnco and ally prepared Liniment, every ingreings of soft 6ilk, cut low in tho neck nnd tower to a cobbler's workbench in a tact. Mihs Aldrich is but twenty-thre- o dient of recognized value and in A Secret (Int. babcment t?jaW I years of age and an accomplished eques- without lining in tho hlcoves. GrenaL constant use by the medical pro1 hero take Cholly (after tho man had gono) this opportunity to ac- trienne. Her hummers she divides be- dines, with satin figures on a lacy ground, fession. Thoe ingredients are comWhy don't you pay off that tailor of knowledge the uniform kindness and tween Providence and Newport, and is will bo greatly worn over shot silk bined in a manner hitlicrtounknown Brocndes of all kinds nro shown yours and stop these continual duns? courtesy I received from employers and always in her tiativo city about half of Fweddy 'Hi! Deah boy, I don't owe nmong tho importations, particularly employed wherever I went. Not a rado tho winter during tho gayest time. word, not a coarao look, did 1 over havo thoso in old fashioned "sheenic" stripes. any tnilnw. None of 'em will twust me. C. S. "Then what does that fellow mean by But tho handsomest of nil fabrics, and from one of tho thousands of men and Tim Decline r tho Toast. tho ono which is having a great run now. hunting you up when you're in n crowd women 1 saw. Perhaps such changes I don't mean the kind of toast you is tho shot satin, which has nil tho light and handing you a tailor's bill for sflT.Vjr" havo taken place that none will rememWILL DO all that is claimed for ber me. But my picture as I then was drink out of glasses, which may decline of a beautiful opal and tho sheen of "I jmiv him SO cents a month fob doing it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor, may recall mo to tho minds of a few em- ns vigorously ns a Latin noun if it pleases, pearls. Tho now ginghams aro such it. It's'foh effect, deah boy. See?" Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to Tribune. ployers or employees. but the kind that is nerved on a pinto, cIopo replicas of tho new silks that Life of Mother and Child, flook is found for their linings of silk How well I succeeded in my efforts with beautiful "ombor effects," liko somo lo " MoTHtRs " mailed FREE, conmay be judged from tho fact that when of tho winter dress goods, and plenty of and trimmings of velvet and batin. It It Tool Time. taining valuable information and I commenced only aboutsi.x occupations butter. Really it is worthy of a sonnet. will bo a great lace summer. All tho Mia.s Fanny Mr. Do Smith, I do not voluntary testimonials. wero generally engaged in by women, But that s only when its mado by a beautiful old patterns and wonderful believe that you love me truly. " I'M A DA 1ST." Gus Do Smith 1 hats where you nro Centbyexpreti on receiptor price Jl.Mper'yOtllo of skill, taste, judgment and webs will como in again. Flemish and nnd they wero such as our women anwhich wo nroixno to miiuI toyoii, trmipor-tatiiiBRADFIILO BEBULATOR CO., Atlanta. Ca. almost a paragon in fact. Genocso and Venice points, all tho rare fooling yourself, Miss Fanny, My lovo cestors had worked in from timo immepilif Tim littlo ilarlinir nMa tiKalnxt SOLD MY ALL DltUUOl&Tfl it pillow. Htnl l In tlio act of (IruwliiKdir itn morial. Of cor.ir'o thero wero a fow in a Half tho people who make toast don't nnd rich old guipures, will furnish mod- for you is not a passion that comes and pink tlio inittoof which has Ihvii pullnl goes. It has taken 1110 fivo years to small number of others, mostly of tho know how, and half those who eat it els for tho season's imitations. nil ami llnnvt n'l'lo with u triiinipliant ck). ,TAKK T1IK . ThotiihtiiiManM'rrtct, ittid tlic !; is folio w myself that I really lovo you. higher nnd better class of work, as jour- don't know any better. I havo seen you, ni tmttcrwhcri) yon Maml. 'IicoxqiiI- Texas Siftings. nalists, authors and artists. A woman luncherH at a first class hotel and at a Homemade Ventilator. , i- t'n'pnviiiptlonttir tUH prcatwt luilntlnir ut I In WiiukIi 'tho mint cclclitnlcil finely perforated zinc subpreacher, doctor or lecturer was a curi- popular restaurant order toast nnd be if iihhIciii A sheet of aliittT-ioImliyliriiiuro to besrhen to tlioeu Ileiitttlfnl Siiimv, Now women nro occupied in served with bre;.d that had been scorched stituted for ono of tho upper panes of osity. w ho Mitwribo to Deuionl'd Kamlly Muuu. lU'ttutiful, blowy, snowy snow. rm for KM. Tho rr production innnnt Imi glass in a bedroom window is an excelnbout 400 pursuits. Somo of tbee are on a gridiron and looked liko a zebra. told from tho orlirliml. which coet JilXI. ami Why tiloslirat tliou uIuiib tho gnlc? I suppose one reason of tho decliuo of lent form of ventilator, moderating tho new occupations thnt timo and circum-' j nn- tin) MinatilKMlTTltichciii. The Label Art thou (,'liost of tlio (lrUIiiK mln rtM V. .1 lifi nnd tiliroluti'Iy lirtlil.f stances havo doveloped, and which wero toast is tho disappearance from com- drafts which enter when the window is Wo luivu Or u uicctcr of tho hail? nlfo Li ,irr:initlon, to prcctit to nur not then invented and consequently not merce of tho old fashioned toasting fork raised or lowered. IHil, other irrtat t by tliou n r I'ter to the nir. Art THE POPULAR AND DIRECT i Ii rt suml'cny Moran,Jful lliimi hrpy. named by mo when 1 first studied the of wire with four prongs and the subOr to tlio ragliiK MizzarU UmN Daicliurnpo. nnd otlicrTof worhLwIilo matter, from 1820 to I80:i. stitution of a miniature gridiron. I went New stationery. That fccootutU forty utiles an hour reunivii. TaUo ouly two oxotnplra of wt;nt LINK TO. Ami frceztth one's ery gizzard? The results of my four years' Inbor into n Jiousj furnishing store once and wi'ilid.liirlmr tho iiust yrar, "A Yawl or In new stationery pale lilac, with adnnd " A AVIilUj llotuoOrclilil" liytlin were embodied in a volume entitled asked for a toasting fork. The proprie- dress or monogram in darker tone, is port bluci-lhwith slihcrlnir pen, The wlfi'or I'retlilont llarriion, und you will eco w h'lt our promise Employments of Womon," after- tor ran his eyo meditatively over the shown. Light and dark green are also Htt cloriuth In thy tirltlal wreath: 'Tho itxain. Tho'H wini jttihiH'ri bo for nrtnntfvt'ardiiilly The s hlle lie doeth the best he can, ward published aa "Fivo Hundred Em- shelves and mid: "Now let mo see. shown, and dark blno with white letterMii'ir.litK for 1KUI will tio.ea n Rjllcry or With frozen ink nnd chattering teeth. Yet there are ployments Adapted to Women," and What shall 1 sell yon for a toasting ing is also a novelty. worki of tut of src.it value, bwldc n Miinziuo that runnot bu cmutk'd by any In Alt, why not come In ttumtner time, etill later as "How Women Can Make fork?' I said u toasting fork would do, many who never uso anything but the And tin world lor Its beautiful illwi.tnilloiiii and When ieoplu'n throatx arndryauchlps, Money." Tho second book, kindred hi but he had none and seemed to consider white Irish linen with the address in silsubjo.'t mutter, th.it will kecpfverjoni' poot-f- d BearliiK a cool, refrechlnif bull on all tho topic, of ihn day, nnd nil tho nature, but not statistical, was called this absurd, eo 1 camo nway without ver or gold. Unpunctuated letters aro snow to uull parched lipt? Of f I'!' mill illlerent lU'U.s of Intel Crft about tho one. M. H. P. L. also growing to be a fashionable fad. "Think and Act" l.'iuu hold, lx.dIc f tirnUliIiitr intercatlnir Thou Hprendent th)ielf as a bridal tell, i Iln mittcr, b.ith irmvo nnd ff.iy, lor tho My first activo work was commenced Somo foot or two oil the Icvul; rr'i.ilo ( fully: mid while Dctnorctt's Is not I recall with pleasure A Caprice of Fashion. In Ontnrio all women who aro propPhiladelphia. ui Oh, beautiful mow! c) to Hml i rivVi.K.'iMiuiizlnr, lu fiifblnn puirc nro nt w!ftiro you, frtctf Black grenadines and tissues aro being My lonobt handled hhorel. my trips thiongh many of the large es- erty owners nnMintitled to vote at municVltitom, remember the Monon u the line, with uili to uv durlnif tho jrnr, and VeMlbu'ed Tram, Uniinu Cara, I'alace Chair fu in tho town of Londou used for evening wear over light silks tablishments in that city. I was shown ipal election mi. it m ynu chik c. !i'nl in your tub- -' Hither and thither, to linht, to left, Cart, l'ullman ilutTet Sleepert, at lowest rates Iption ;t ot.ei'. only 82. and you sell' milly Weightman's labora- OiO ladies voted. An ordinance pressi- a caprico of fashion which is eminently through Power & I'll sculler thy put ty' cloak. Idnnlhi" publHier, iftov r .''iln va'uc. A 11 Hart llib Ht. New Kor information mldrets Hut. old iliouchiihtc, Lou tcautcnmtbtiow tory nnd permitted to talk with tho em- ng to limit tho liberty of drinking sa sensible, as the combination .beautifully U..L'iiiitii 'i iL'inorcrt. With tho labor (ii) lack Is broke. IAS. IIAKKER, O, I A , Chlcaco. Vine. If you nru iinacquiiintcil with th through loons brought out tho full force of tho brings out tho often exquisite patterns ployees. I xxmiember my walk New York Sun. W G. CRUSH, U. P. A., Louisville ll.cjaziiic, bccil lOccuta toru jK.vlci(.n copy. of tho fabrics. Howclls' wall paper factory, through feminino vote. WOBK F0I1 FASHION'S O O OO J. II. 15 A UGH.MAN, TuffsTiw 1 INSURANCE AGENT 1 I I Q 11 Grt-c1i- 1 - ple-ut- sug-gosti- eiooooioao v 1 1 J cUut-eiaitach- POSTED. o tr 'W37 -- I JIT 0thm : Farmers RanMTrust book-makin- -- ht t -- if If WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEAR8 . therr-ul- VERMIFUGE altea-lio- rjJ eeam-stress- es C-- -9 rttrt TABLER )pffSi(;H QlStl bo-gi- n SBCKEYFJ f aKan 13 FIRST tLES. 3200,000 20,500 Mir-niern- v-i- Uii'i-ol-T- U immmm, I ., i . I , 1 . ih-i- .i nny-wa- y. ,rmmk y, n f.du-ettii- -- 1 I ! 1111 I I e . w ! 1 FKIJ.DT-.CIUN- T n 1 1 Aid-ric- h two-year-o- ld CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY unit-wtil- to '' lin-iug- s. "MOTHERS' FRIEND" Chi-cag- o cx-cus- o per-bo- ii ii wic-lc- , jer-suad- o I I f 1 - 11 -- i I'ttn-Mc- ," ; NOTTH WEST, WORLD'S FAIR t 1 icr-fH'- t, I t'topiit-lonikyo- ti , J fglh- - ' m'" r .r . 'j1? MSMlfliSSv SUZ Semi-Week- ly l I Tho Herrdon farm of 150 acres ly Sohktimk ago Mr. W. L. Reed bought B Owsley tho Matt 1'hilipBi ingnear Doneraile, in Fayetto county, J. ' farm of .'JM acres, but thpra wns somo oold nt 70.70 nn aero. anil llvo trouble about Mrs. Ton Urnt. My Mr. A. F. Moberly sold Monday to Philip' dowry and Btanfoiid, Ky., Fkiikuaisy 3, 1801) ncrt'H of land. John Hell Gilwon. Mr. Head declined to put up his money J. A. Acton, of Pulaski, his fine stallion Wc now have JtoARDBim Wanted, either with or until a clear title rould bo innde. Tho Hobert Drennon, Jr., for $It50. Carithers A Beard, of Lexington, matter has been arranged and Mr. Heed K.o.'WAbTON.Bus, ManaRor without rootiiH. Mm. Ilnnnlo Uurks. hns taken tho tract for 57,500. His have bought of various parties in this llBMEMHKit M. F. Klkin pays the highdaughter, Mrs. Ophelia Chancellor, of county n number of good maro liiulea at PERSONAL POINTS. 100 to SHO. est market price for fiiM, beef hides, c, Virginia, will occupy it. In Putnam county, W. Va., John Of Oliver Chilled Plows, Iiucher & Giobs' Imperial Plows in steel and Mn. J. A Mi'Dii has returned from in cash. Mit. Jamkh C. Floruncb has bought Mitchaels, wife and threo children were lloniovillu. chilled and Malta Double Shovels. Sink & Mkskkkk havo contracted to of Mrs. Ed. Davison her property on -inMiw. J. 0. is viflitltiK n. build a four room cottairo for Capt. Win. Main street, for 11,500, which sho says found dead in a hovol frozen. An fant heavily wrapped, was still alive. Crnb Orchnrd. in $500 less than nnyhody else could Geer, in Darsttown. Twenty-seve- n head of trotting Miw. J an it Haiirow ia qulto ill of havo bought it for. Mr. Florenco gets stock, the property of II. 0. Church, of For Hknt. A very desirablo room possession let of May and will tear down (over. Crab Orchard, Ky. Frankfort, were Bold at Lexington TuesMis. John A. McUonKitTa was down with dressing-roin attached; pleasantly the old house and erect two haudeome day night by electric light for f5,S10. located. Call at this ollice. from Corbin Wcdncadny. residences on the lot. It is centrally loFirenzi is duo to foal to tho mighty Mib9 Hkmui: Kiflii, of Crab Orchard, n J.N.MENKKHE Hkad our oiler 011 the tirst pugo and if cated and the proposed improvement Ralvator in about two weeks. An offer a. c. SINE viaitiiiK MIbhTovIb Cnrpuntor. you think you mn supply tho missing will be quito an nddltion to tho appear-nnc- of $15,000 for the foal, made by an Kast-crHon. W. II. M11.1.KK went to Mt. Verof Unit portion of lower Main. words, do so ami send in your hoIu- turfman, hns been refused for the non on lentil hiiHiiifKH Wednesday. youngster. tion. Tint Kkklky Curk. Mr. and Mrs. Mn. Jack Kol'tIh now clerk in W. At the first day'a Bales of tho Thk exhibition by tho Literary Socie- Gus Hodman, of tho Crab Orchard II. IliircitiH' Rtore in tint new block Co , Lexington, GO horses will not be Springs Hotel, nt which tho Keeley Cure Mil. S. is. M yicim, of Louisville, in here ty nt the Stanford Seminary passed under tho hammer for n total of talking lifo lnmiRinru to his old friends. public as stated. Only thoio who are in- patienhi board, were hco yesterday. ThoyBay that ovpr .'150 patients have J50.355. Vatican was purchased by the Mlt. AM) MU8. J. S. HllNDI.KY, Of lb- - vited are expected. been sent out cured of the terriblo wins Woodburu farm for $11,250. anon, nro the quests of 11. 0. Kntilemnn Josiah Bishop, says ho baa 40 ewes, Hous, on Monday nitrlit, to tho wife of key habit since the establishment of ami wife. boy. Mr. James Boone, Jr., n and that the number which has produced 50 lambs, with four 1 Mim. K. the cure last Juno XoHTiinnd little dnufrlitcr G. W. Bronough says that mother under treatment now is larger than any yet to lnrnb. Threo of them havo liv!c!i Wednesday to visit relntiveH in Bal- Dr. and one quadruplets nnd are all and child are doing well. previous time The Institution is provtimore, Md. Our facilities for giving the greatest values for the least outlay, are ing. Ho has Bold the lnmbs for delivery Ml SB MaohikSwi.nkiihoad, of the HubMonky to Loan. I have In my hands ing a great success both to patients and June 10th, at Cc. unsurpassed. to tho proprietors. ble neighborhood, la the uucat of Mif for lonn $2,200 to be secured by The Advocate Bays that W. L. CaldMary UrlKht. on good blue grass farms or personwell & Son'a noted Jack, Giant, 10 hands CHURCH AFFAIRS. Mr. T. J. Watkiiman, of Winchester, al security. W. 0. Bradley, Lancaster. high, fell on the ire during tho recent 1L B. Muttony will preach nt force Ky. has joined the Intkkioh Jouknaia Hev. spell nnd died this week from the effects. of compositors. the Baptist church Sunday morning. He wns valued at $3,000. Some of his WE Tmk First National Bank put on a Mr. Jobii Jonkh will o to St. Jw, Mo., Klder Wm. Gibson will preach at colta have Bold for $1,700. new Yalo time lock on its large safe to day with stock and will be absent tho Junction City Christian church SunJesse Cook sold a pair of mares to Wednesday. Mr. B. H. Dank's did tho about eir weeks. day morning next. II. B. Campbell, of Lexington, for $250, Mrs. Mahy J. Asiilock and fami'y work, which is quite dilllcult, in a very Mrs. A. V. Sizemon received a letter and bought of that gentleman a enddle have moved to ono of Mr. 0. C. Withers' expert manner. from her husband yesterday saying that stallion, Denmark, for $250. He was ofhouses on Whitley Avenue. W. P. Walton iihh soltl his butcher his meeting at Somerset whs being grtat-l- y fered $100 profit on the stallion before Mils. I. M. Hhl'iic went to Louisville bleesed and that eight persona already leaving Lexington with him. shop, horse and delivery wagon to M. Tuebday to hpo hersister, Mrs. J. T. Lynn F. Klkin and abandoned the idea of in- came out on the Lord's side. O. S. Smith, of Tennessee, bought who continues to j;row worse. DoWittTalmago, a son of the world about 00 head of troducing the novelty of tender beef oh! mules in this Mr. S. O. LsNihiam, brother of Mn. Come to the great Sweeping the great Clearance sale of the nciv famous Brooklyn divine, has accepted a county, to bo Bhipped yesterday. He steak in Stanford. Nftciiiori1, who has been hero some lime, call to the Mt. Olivet Presbyterian bought of John K. Baughman 4G at $75; firm in Cloaks, Overcoats, Heavy Suits and heavy goods of all Prof's Buchanan church in Chicago. Ho is a very talent returned to Iulsville yesterday. Musicians A of J. S. Owsley, Sr., 20 at $73, and of var- kinds, to be swept out regardless of former prices. Come and examMux. Kli.kn MAiibiiAU., who has been nml Collins, the gem photographer, ami ed young minister, who hns bright ious other parties IS more at an average ine no trouble to show goods. will not give prices, for we are giving instruca visit to her sinter, Mrs. T. on We Hill, both lino musicians, are of $72. returned to ltrknvillc, yesterday. tions to the new band, and tho tioyn nre The revivals net on foot by Sam Prcwitt & Wood havo engaged from Mrs. Dk. J. M. 11i..uk, of White HuM, catching on rapidly. Jones' meetings in Hopkiiisville con- W. B. Moss, of Garrard, for delivery and Mini Mollle Hrooks, of Crab Or;XK! people have united with next fall, IS fat cittle at IJc, nnd five Thk Williamsburg Times sAys that tinue till chard, aru Kuests of Mrs. J. 15. Carpenfor the vat ions churches. Nearly everybody head from Bertram! Spratt, of Garrard, when Henry Cole thanked the jury ter. Do you want some Heavy Dress Goods lynch nt that neck of tho woods has gotton re- at :JJ. They also bought a bunch of 200 Mn. A. A. Waiirln went (o Ixjuiuvillo acquitting him of eoimp'rlng to ligion oris "seeking" it. pounds hogs from John Bright at tile. a Tuesday uiornitm to itMlst Kd Jones in Ien Tye, Judgo Morrow administered Sam Jones is anxious for a platform T. Ben Bright has bought the St. Clnir severe rebuke and lined Cole 510 for con buyim: his stock of tcooU for his tilt, or division of time, with Bob Inger-sol- l. farm, 2 miles from Danville, on the tempt. store. Surely, Sam is capable of savimr Lexington pike, for iibout $55 per acre. Mas. Matt Wooiho.v, who has been W. F. Hnmsey Two Moiik Housuh. rndr and smuttier things in support of The place is improved nnd contains 10S If so, come and see us. m with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. (). J. has broken ground for the two nice, Christianity than Colonel Bob is ready acres. Mr. Blight will mako n specialty Crow, for some time, has returned to cottngtrf he is to build for S. P to snv against it. Cincinnati Commer of breeding jack and saddle stock. We Middlesboro. Stagg on Lorfsn Avenue. He has pur- cial Gazette. are glad that ho hns decided to become Miss Irk.sk Lukky, of Tarksville, lias chased tho lumber of Sine Menefee In his notes on Stanford Hev. a citizen of Boyle. Advocate. Will be our motto. Wc are receiving our Spring Embroideries, Lamatriculated at the College, and become and will push tho work to an onrly com- Charles K. Nash says in tho Kentucky Josh Jtiiits vV VanClenve will ship ces, White Goods, &c, &c. Come and look o( the boarders. This makon the en- pletion. at them. We will one Baptist. Pastor A. V. Si.emoro is nwny from Juuctiou City to dny to St. Joe, . rollment at present US. Muslin Underholding a meeting at Somerset. This Mo., about $1.1,000 worth of jacks and next week show a nice line of Ladies' Ready-madAwsiommk.nt. Dr. Kd. M. Kites, a Mish Maiiy Tom Chicks linn rouu to scribe had the pleasure of spending n few stallions bought in Lincoln nnd Boyle nt wear in Gowns, Skirts, &c. We hope to deserve your confidence merchant, made nn assignment 'ellico to open a millinery in connection to Dr. Green Moore Tiiesdav for the. ben- hours with the gootl people here on nn nverngo of about S00O. Of thi3 numand patronage. with the maiitim making establishment We were most hospitably ber not previously reported they bought efit of his creditors. His liabilities are Thursday. of Misses McKiimey and Kills. stated at ?),00, his resets are not given. entertained by Dr. A. H. Penny and his one jack from Smith Powell at 5550; two I)k. W. It. O'IUn.non, of Kiinrsville, The credit nystein and bad collections good wife. The people showptl their ap- from Took Hubblofor $1,000, ono from has returned for New York where he atpreciation ol Tim Kentucky Baptist by Lee Yeager, nt $000; two from Mrs. M. J. are Mated as the renMon of the failure. tended lecturea at the l'oliyclinic on the sending us a huge, list of subscribers Hubble at $1,11)0, nnd one in Marion nt A month and two dajs of the new Bro. Sizemore has a llnu church nnd they eye, ear and noo and also on the gener $150. Mr. Jones says the prices paid nre al practice. year has gone and only two drunk and speak in the highest terms of him nnd about j per cent, lower than for same Will begin at IUv. ami Miss K. II. Maiiony will disorderly cases hao been before Judge his chnrmini: wife. class of stock two or threo years ago. have Monday for his new chargo nt Carson. George Muddletou, of color, Jones, have Bhipped from Josh it John MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Carthage, Mo. The church hns fixed up will remove the mud from the crossings this county and sold at St. Jco r.bout nicely for them and will receive thorn and do other needed jobs about the John C.Taylor and Miss Elsie Lee $10,000 worth of jacks and Mallions prewith open arms. streets for the next live davs for imbib-to- Minor, of Boyle, eloped to JelTerbonvillo vious to this lot since Inst April, and Friday, Feb. 3. Every pair of Shoes in the house have been reduced Mrs Ji'man Vkht went over to Horry much and raising n racket. this week. bred 1S5 mares there. for this Special Sale. Habics' fine Kid Shoes, to 5, at 50c, worth The. Wednesday to visit her parents. Mrs. Mary Lee, daughter of T. J. Thk ground hog (Mine out of his hole 75c; child's 5 to S at 50c; Misses' S to 12 and 12 to 2 at 75c, worth same doy for Lockport, Captain left the Hatcher, of this p'neo, was married at NEW ADVr.llTISLMKNIS. $1 and Si. 25. These goods are just from auction. Ladies' fine Shoe lud., where he linHiuvepted a position jesteidayand seeing his ugly hhadow Greenville, Texas, on tho IWth, to S. M. retired ami drew it in after him to awnit from 75c up; Men's from S5C up; rubbers at bottom prices. 150 pair at t a day as foreman on a canal works. Spinks. of Men's Boots at cost. You can afford to buy these goods now and MlRSl.8 Al.UK AND I.AU11A Ill'IIHI.K, of six more weeks of wintry weather The old saying that love never grouB DR. JOS. HAAS' hence this laciy mation. The mercury lay aside for future use. Sample Shoes at wholesale prices. Now is Lincoln, havo decided to mako Dauville old, was exemplified at Memphis, where 3yDon'l fail to get one of those handsome Porpresent, and will was up in the Ws and the sun shone Hon. F. B. Hagland, of Haywood coun- Hog & your time to buy. their home for the traits before it is too late. have rooms with Mr. and Mm. Henry with n brilliancy rarely seen in mid win ty, and Mrs. 0. 0. King were married. Dunn, boginniiiK next week. Mrs. Hub- ter, but alas it will not last. Both Prof. The groom is 70 years old nnd the bride ble may follow in thcsprini!.- - Advocate. Hicks and the g. n. say that February iH 70. They were lovers in youth, but be- Used Successfully Fifteen Years. Opposite Coffey House. gomgto be noted for its severe weathe r. came estranged, and botTi married and Will MaMUauaasnaHaBiMaaaannuMMnalMinnaaMaaKaanaBMjaMtssssssi , AND VICINITY. CITY arreit ilicac, prpven's disrate, rxclt A no UN or more couples besides n had families. uormi, Hop rough, increase the fleth anil hasten maturity. Skk Danks, the Jeweler, in the new number of gentlemen who came alone In describing u marriairo ceremony, I'ricev $i. a, St as and 50 cents per package; The can block. stormed Mini Kiln Msy Saunders nt the the Lexington Press says that after the the cheapest. Ju 50sale by larrit packages ate I'or A. R I'KS.NV, Colley House, Tuesday night, and had h knot was tied the groom kissed his bride Co a 1. vases Biid co.U hods cheap at A. Manlord, Ky Kissing one's 97- delightful time. It was Miss Klla's 1Mb and his mother A. War en's. is n very natural nnd enjoynble Dealers In hiitliday and as she had had an intima- bride Yot'ii account is teady. Call and set- tion of tho "storm" a nice little supper performance, but tho other business is t tle. I mean you. A. U. Penny. I nlfer at pnt ate sale all or the teal ami personal had been prepared, which was duly dis- so far out of the ordinnry that the my tontiol, coiimtm of to havo his name enrolled high property cussed and enjoyed at the proper time. well elccttd Bkst N. O. Molasses, Sorghum, Maple ho Dancing and other umufiomeiits were thn in the list of honor. What fortitude and Caramel Syrups at A. A. War- Stock of General Merchandise, order of the evening ami went kept up must possess ' ten's. eloping couple from Boyle were In my .tore room in the town ot Crati Orchard, till quite a late hour. An .ilso the married in tho Myers House parlors yesWu are making a specialty of Arizona Tut lecture by Dr. James Medley on terday afternoon by Hev. W. E. Arnold. cook stoves. Every one fully warranted. I Occupy and "The Sunny Side of Life," which will be They were W. B. Johuson, a young Ikick StorC'l louse W. II. WeurenitCo. the Farm Plows, and Most AnyQueensware, dellveied at Walton's Opera Houpu on horse trainer, in tho employ of Kuibry, . in Farming Latin, Gioek, tho evening of Feb. II, promises to be Dunn rt Fox, and Miss Ada Watson, a Upon which 1 now reside, know as tho Graham Bramhks mile from about mental arithmetic, higher mathematics, largely attended. Hev. and Mrs. W. K good looking young lady, whoso parents ..incastcrund M Crab drchurdCrab Ortlmrd on the turnpike, containing Ellis nru deeply interested in the success live near Danville. Tho groom said lie about 100 acrrn. This is all desirable property etc. Clias. 11. Holmes. penmanship, 11ml u ill be sold nt a bargain Possession given of the course nut! lira using their best ef- had heard the old, people objected to tho immediately. All persons I have claims againd hereby notified that they must make immediare J. W. Caiirikii has rented Judgo T. forts to mnke it so. while nearly eveiy marriage, so obtaining the girl's consent, ate settlement. J. It. 11AII.K , Micr., Crab Orchard, Ky L Shelton's barber shop and bath rooms other pretty girl yon meet asks you in ho brought her here at once. Both gave at Howland, and will run them in con- a most tempting way to buy a ticket. their ages at '21. With so many working for it, a crow tied nection with the hotel. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. house is assured. The other two lectures W. I',. Pimiki.sb, the stirring Crnb Or- - of the eouree will be on Feb. '21 mid Charley Dawes soltl to M. F. Klkin thanl nieichant, comes to the fi out again April 7. 1 he I irst X.it.on.d ltank of Stnnfcid offers fur If you wnnt a a lot of 200 lb. hogs at (5c. sale with n:i advertisement. A. F. Moberly bought I mule colts of Died in a Biiotiiku A week or two plow or anything else In his lino you can A VERY DESIRABLE FARM, cheaper from him than anywhere. ago Mrs. Hosa Bohon, of Mill Springs, M. C. McWilliams, of Pulaski, atSlH). get it W. James Allen bought of Geo. Wayne county, went to Madam Hester's Cunlaimus i j ACHES OF LAND, situated in Traveling PiiBsengdHaik Fark. -house, in Louisville, and asked for lodg Hiil'e, Jr., about 75 lambs ?:$ per head. Line Un. county, Ay , at the Junction of the 2. 0? the (. I). C, was ings. She was very reserved in her Stanford Turnpike roads Agent W. best shipping cattle-nr- llranch andtiruplke.belnRaboiila miles and tho Rushd In Cincinnati I Irom hero yesterday advertising the It is bounded on the east by the Rush manner and no one found out much quoted at 5, best Iiors at .10 nnd enn iirlgnt; I'.ranch l'ike;on the tet by farm rate over his road to tho Mardi Graa at about her. Tuesday morning sho v as choice sheep it 5jc. muu uu on the north by the land of Mr. Sutto ihe south bv the farm 01 it. 3 witners. mis New Orleans. Tickets will be sold by found dead in bed ami investigation reFifty bushels of nice, clean, rooms, a large sta farm has a Rood dwelling ol 6 agents south of Lexington for trains of vealed the fact that she was the daughseed for sale. B. K. li 3111I a vnrv larze corn house ItUwell water n 12 lUidHl, and will bo ed and his about o acres in wheat. Full February 10, 11, citizen Wearen. ter of J. S. Shearer, a will be giveu on March lit, 1E93 If this farm until February tS. to return of Wayne. She was about 25 years old, Fon Sai.k. Two good milk cows. is not sold prnutcly by Apply to JeiTJone. Mrs. Matt Piuurs caught threo largo nml, with her sister, conducted a millin- Will sell cheap. 1893, Sho saw one swoop ery eatablishnientjut Mill Springs. Sev- Stanford. hawks this week. of sheep Jesse P. Hillo bought a car down on a chicken, which it crippled, eral years ago she married u man named J. M. HUBBARD, A. M.f President. day It will ho offered publicly and sold on that door at the in not carry oil". Tim chicken was Bohon, who died iecently. Previous to from Winter and Geo. W. Hitie, Sr., at o'clock, I. M , before bidder but did tanford to the highest 24th , 1893. from $2 to :S. put in a epring trap and boon tho hun- her marriage there had been rumors of TkRSis. Purchaser will be required to pay one- they will ficandal concerning her. Tho matter was M. F. Klkin bought of W. L. With- third in cash and tho bilancc in two equal install gry btrdB were tlxed so that Superior courses in Literature, incuts, due in I up, however, and slid married ers fat cow for $:0 and of Willie Stone cent per annum and a sears. be ltn interest at o cer Full corps of Conservanry anl Normal School teachers. circulars furnished on application Music aod secured by lien on Notes to Catalogues and mnkouo further depredations on tho hushed Art Eact:liotit boardlnj depigment a. HCH Kbit, I'rcsluqnt. land. soon nfterward. a fat cow at 21c. fowlB in that neighborhood. Interior Journal No connection nt yeateriliiy. Junction City nirnin of Dr. PI WS, P 14) Wf PJEMIOMB9 A COMPLETE LINE "Wo Mo inn-lnri- al c o n Tatter-sallfl-Brasfle- ld SINE & MENEFEE, Proprietors of The Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. trip-left- s niort-Rng- Wo Carry Full Lino of Builders' Supplies. -- ARE ; BEADY. Everything How in Line For Business. ptos-pec- ts. 1 m Going : to : Seli : Them. AT LOW PRICES ? e 1'ino-mII- six-roo- PUSH, PUSH, PUSH HUGHES & TATE. Mc-Kmn- ey "-- A (Gr.UIlAT OT4MB. SA1L1E o The Cash Bargain Store 1 Poultry Remedy B. F. JONTJSS & sowr, ul FARRIS & HARDIN, in-la- w. 1 UOTICE. fellow-ough- mm-unde-r .1 two-stor- y Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, thing Wagons, Implements. Tai-uiit- 11 9j-i- ni FARM FOH S.&X3S. ' - I.an-csl- rr Co7-itt- , half-far- o Man-foi- hand-stripp- ed blue-gras- s posses-so- well-to-d- o FEBRUARY 13'M, court-hous- New Stock, Latest Styles All Shapes, Sizes From 6 i 2 to 71-H. J. McROBERTS. Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, e 11 January 11 .r. 1 ., t . tfvs's)iSsasssSSE55i? Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT - GOING WEST TO DIE. Mllledgevllle. ubllahed Evory Tuesday and Friday $2 PJffiBYKAK -- IN- VDVjVISJCM will be char(fcd.5o Vhen not so paid $2.50 Well, here wc are, my dear old wife, oa board the train at last! Our little all it packed in a trunk, with lock and straps made fast. and the whistle's I hear the bell piercin cry; There, wife, we're movin out of the town! we're goln' West to die! Bom, to the wife of Wesley Hone-die- t, Rirl, n M. M. Sitndidse sold to Crit Davis a sorrel ReUiinp;ior $200. M. S. Russell sold his plnco near town to George Goodo for SHOO. Akin & Wright have put up n wrist Y Trains pass Junction City as follows: ed road, South-boun- d Kloridal Special u:io;p. m.; Fast That Mary, in her Western home, may bear the Mrs. Margaret Card well died in s Mail 11:30 p. m.; Fait line 11:15 " heavy load; Mercer county Tuesday, aged 104. Special arrives at 8:40 p. ta. rJl It Isn't to be wondered at that my eyes are filled Samuel Shearer diod in Madison North-boun- d leaves at &o with tears, a.m.; Fast Mall 12:50 p. m. ; Florida Special 4:43 Or that my form is bendin' with more than weight aged 03. When the Kentucky Central p. m.; Fast Llnc'5.15 a, m. wished to extend through his county he of years. said to the engineers: "Run your line I didn't think 'twould come to this I didn't mean Wue-Grss- mill between this place and Morelnnd. Wc've'been from Jane's to John's houe, from A Londor. The remains ol Mrs. Collior were K. b. LOCAL TIME CARD. back to Jane, John's houso Since Its first Klectric has Till now they'v e laid their burdens down on bos.d taken up Monday and re interred at gained rapidly introduction.favor untilHitlers It is now in popular this Western liain, Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a, m., returning clearly in the lead among pure medical tonics and Uustonvillo. 5:10 p. m. alteratives containing nothing which permits Tis rather hard to send us off all crippled upind The little j?irl of Ira Tombs killed a uvi as a beverage ur intoxicant; it is recoguiicd Its as gray, LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. the best and purest medicine for all ailments of To find a place on which to die, two thousand black snake on the -- Otli that measured the Stomach, Liver and Kidneys. It will cure 3 feet long aud George Coulter also kill- Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and miles away. .n 40pm til train going North drive Malaria from the system. Satisfaction guarmpo Since we broke up ...- -. " South anteed with each bottle r the money will be rehouse, they've cart- ed one on the nme day four feet long. Express train " South. n 31 pm only 50 ...... J3 am The Rev, Thomas Shannon was vis- funded, l'rlceITllgglBI. cents per bottle. Sold by " ed us around, North.. 4, I Local Freight North.. ..,. 7 10 im Till now, it seems, a home for us onearthcan not iting his mother Saturday and Sunday 3opn South.... bo found. Mr. of Arkansas City, Kansas, Th latter train also carry passengers. and returned to Wilinoro with his sister, wishes Albert to benefit uf his The above is calculated on standard time. Solar As sure as this old face of mine can ne'er look Miss Susie ''hannou, Monday. Miss Lela ence withgive our readers the "I contracted expericolds. He says: u cold yountf ajraln, i me is about 10 minutes faster. early last spring that settled on my lungs and So sure we'll never more return to trouble John Reynolds, of McKinuey, and Misa Mbr-Rihad hardly recovered Irom It, when I caught anor Jane. McKinney, of Mt. Salem, are visiting other that h jug on all Isummer and left me with QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. hacking cough which thought I would never get untravel- - Miss Josio Coffey this week. nau useu inamncuain s lough nu 01. They send us to a stranger laud, o'er an , o Kerne-dysui- Coughs and Colds, upon this condition: If you are atllictcd with a Cough, Cold or nny Kline, Throat or Chest 1 rouble andwlll use this remedy accoruing 10 uirccuons, giving ti a tair trial nnu eipenncc no benefit, you mav return the bottle and h.ive your money retutided Wo could not make this olfer if we Old not know that Dr Kings Discovery could be relied upon. It never New dlsippoinls Trial bottles free at A. R. Penny's drugstore, i.argc sue 30c and )i. We authorize our advertised druggist to sell you Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Office Guaranteed Curo. A. S. PRICE. Owsley lluildlng. SUKCKON DENTIST. over McRobeits Drug Store in the n Stanford. TEX ADVOCATE in Kentucky Cemci to you every other day In the yer lor only 52, Theclirapest and belt paper JK gels it three months Address Tim Aiivocatk, Danville. Ky For Salo In the corporate limits of II. I. DARST. John 11. X Few More Ilullcliiig Lots Rowland. Rowland. Cistleman. A. U. Lanham Subscription School. At the close nf our public schotl, we will begin a four months subscription nhool on FEBRUARY ROYAL insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAN MANAGERS, All branches taught that the patrons may dcsitc C H HOI.MKS. J'rlnclpa', MISSCKTTIKTIIURMOND, Assl 20TH, 1893. TO TH1 ZiADZXS. I fourteen years ago with much success and concluded to try it again When I had got through with one bottle my cough had left mo ard I have not suffered with a cough or cold sine. I have recommended it to othes and all speak well of it " 50c bottles for sale by W. II. Mc Rob-crtDruggist, blantord, Ky. s, ed with an estccial view to the wants of this trade Miss Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an espe rlenced trimmer, Is wh me this season and guarantee everything to bn In the latest and most approved lashlon The ladles are invited to call and examine my goods, which 1 will take pleasure iu showing. MISS I.ICCIE IIKAZLF.V. 5 Mill am receiving; one of the most elegant lines ol I.l.NKKV everhsndkd In Stanford, select 1 Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. km sv Bakmcr P IT Absolutely rowaer Pure A cream of tarter baking powHigcst of all in leavening strength. Latest United States der. Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 Wall St., Now York. ?T7.BXiIC HEXTTI1TG. "we will on As Executors ol the will of J L. D.iwxon, ileal. ra. A THE Although thesecyesare growing dim, still I can sco to read e County court day, before the door in Stanford rent to the highest and best bidder about The precious truths in God's own Word, that (30) acres ot land to go in corn and about thirty children alt should heed; wenty (io) acres lor oats. "Honor thy father," saith the I.ord "thy mother I,. I. DAWSON, 1 96 31 J. H. HRIGHT, J Kxrs honor too; Then shalt thou live long In the land that God hathgiven to you." court-hous- Monday, February 13, 1893, Mr. C. V, Day Is, editor of the liloomficld. Iowa, Farmer, says: I can recommend ChamticrUln's Kf meuy to all sufferers with colds and croup. I have used it in my lamlly for the past anywhere you please through my farm, two rears and have found It It should the best I ever used No home is like your own home, though made ol aud it shall not cost you a cent-- " The Ur the purposes lor which it is Intended." 50c logs and wood; 11, .McRobens, Druggist, sale lino penetrated his land a distance of botllts for vy by W aianioru, No bread is sweet when eating it 'mid bitterness two miles. In return for hip liberality and strife; Jovnh V. Dory, ol Warsaw, III , was trtubled Few care to fill with peace and joy, an old man's the road named a station for him, aud with rhcmatlsm and tried a nuinber of different remedies, but says none of them feemed to do him closing life. gave him a life pass over its line. His any good but finally he got hold uf one that speedily cured him He was much pleased with it and Now o'er a long, untravclcd road we seek a stran last public act was tho laying of the telt sure that others similarly afllUted would like ger land of the Baptist Church at Red to know what the remedy was that cured lilm The old home circle broken up at cruel time's House in that county, to which he was iiesiaiesiorme benefit of ttie putiln. that it is canea unamberrain-- s l'aln Halm. For sale by command; W. II. McRoberts, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. Hut this cannot destroy our love, 'tis stronger now the largest donor. than when Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo. Question of 1'ieoedence Gentlemen Our heads wore not the silver locks of three-scor- e The best salve lor (to rrofano stranger) "How dare you sores, ulcers, salt In the world sores, cms. bruisesyears and ten. rheum, fever tetter, chap)'u nanus, cniiDiama, c,orns ana ail sain erup swear before my wife?" Since we broke up a keepin house we'vo led a lions and positively piles, or no pay requirSwearer "I beg pardon, sir; I didn't ed. It is guaranteedcutisgivi perfect satisfactioe to wretched life; or money relunded l'rice 15 cents per upon know she wanted to swear first." Jane put the blame upon her man, and John In For sale by A. R. Penny, Stantord, Ky. nis wile; gleeido. They think not of their Infancy of all those tender ears The grand jury at Catlettsburg creWhen we tolled day and night for them and wip- ated a great stir in society by finding ined their (lowing tears. dictments against some of the most prom"hon naby sviaa sick, we Kavo her Castorlx We leave behind us all the scenes of early years, inent society ladies for playing pedro for When alio was a Child, alio cried for Ca.stori.1. dear wife, prizes, aud the upper ten can bo seen in When sho became Mfcw, she clung to Castorfs. And all the friends with whom we've won the viccrowds, saying, "Jt's an outrage!" When slioiiad ChlMn-n.shgesetheni CaMorU. tories of life, We leave behind the little church, where oft we've knelt In prayer; STAGE GLINTS. But, good wife, we will never leave the God that used to meet us there. A sister of Robert ndopt-eu W. A-- TEIBBLE, Locil STANFORD, KV. pnt, JAMKS VKAtiKR. THOMAS YKAGUR, VKAGER cV YEAGEK, ROWLAND, KV IN GROCERIES, DEALER HARDWARE, lloots and Short, Cigars and Tobacco. OhU HlverSalt for sale by the barrel. Will take country produce in exchange for goods at market price I am also agent lor the old reliables lirudhcad Tobaccos and will keep a full Hue of these goods in stock, aud all I ask of the merchants ot Mantord and Itowl.nd la to give me lliclr orders and I will put the goods In their houses at Factory prices Thanking the public for liberal patronage, ask a coiitlnuonce of same, and remain your oltdlent II HI 11 ON, servant. J 1 57-i- J. H. IHILTOIN" uvm feed m mi stabls C. D. General I -:- POWELL, lKALK IM STANFORD. KY. We are Iu our new stable in the Opera House Block and are well supplied with - Mereliancliue, 1 NEW RIGS AND HORSES Have been purchased aud nothing but turnouts will leave tho stable. 37 first-cltt- s llasopnesl kis stnek of goods and is uidy lo serve the pcoptff of Stanford and virimly lie t. otlcrltig uuheitrd of llsrgalns and all who want gnd gtKts at the lowest wxsitiU rlcr .h.iuil " "" bim 011 Ixvsn Avenue Ami Country I'ruduce, Give tlicui a Call. W. C. HUTCHXITGS, Mtornteioii Livery and Feed Stable, bTANKORt), KKNTfCKV. RILEY - - HOUSE P. B. RILEYProprletor, sM London, Kentucky. prepared than ever to accommodate 1 have moved to my new Hotel and am better the public Good Livery attached and every convenience Give me a call. KRANK RILEY. 77 Our latest days will divvu ere long our journey's end is nigh We're goln West, to Mary's home, we're goln' West to die; Then He Who neos the sparrow fall, Who counts the ocean's sands, Will take us to the better home the house not built with hands. "When lie grass is green above us, And they who know us. and wholovr us Ard sleeping by our side. Will it avail us aught that men Tell the world with lip and pen That we have lived and died!'' (Printed In loving memory of a devoted and true wile, from her own selections.) Notice to the Traveling Public. I have had.. ... l, L THE SHELTON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of the best saloons In tha State, open day and night; anight .man meets all trains. In connection with Housr cave also one of the best Mineral wells in the Mat. and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs G. W. Patrick. Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Flovd In- rram, Erin, lenn.. A. A.Warren, Stanford, Dr. E. Proctor. C. II. liraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hamilton. Rowland. Mr. aud Mrs. F. B. Johnson. New Haven, Jim Cox, Grcensbunr. Rates $1 per -- Jay. J. M, Pet re y. clerk. Give me a call. J. W. CARRIER, Prop. o3oiy The Scientific American Rives this resssssssssssssK- 1 ssssssssssssssssE'i.- -" cipe which the whole world ought to 1 ' ssssssssssssmP' I know: At the first indication of the approach of dipththeria in the throat of a child, nidke the room close, then tike a stssssssssssKHVPsssssssl sssssssBssssCS tin cup and pour into it a quantity of tar lssssHSsBaKujELA' 5 iS equal parts. Then hold and turpentine, the cup over a (ire, bo as to fill the room with fumes. The little patient, on in W. B. ''fsssBHsssssssBi haling the fumes, will cough up and spit out all the membranous matter, and the diphtheria will pass out. Tho fumes of jHsssssssR RAILROAD JOTTINGS. Office South side Main atreet, in office rectn ssssssssssssB" IsssssssHsV I sssssssssss9l? the tar and turpentine loosen tho matter vacated by Dr. I.. F HutTuun, Stanford, tvy. J. W. Thatcher, n votcran engineer of sssssssssssssH B in the throat, and thus a (lord the relief tho Kansas City. Fort Scott and Memin that liaB hnflled the skill of physicians. phis, has been appointed trainmaster of St ?? tssssssssssssssssssMrsssssssssssssssssV ssssssssssssssssso Ami wife a neat little tno Jvansas City division. A husband gave his Tho next step in the way of advance- Complicated Watch Repairs and I For tlie painless extraction of teeth nnJ other account book, prettily bound and rainor surgery. I have tested its virtue sufficientto be inviting in appearance. He ment tho Union Pacific will make will Artistic Engraving a Specialty. R. C. MORGAN, D. D.,S. bo tho extension of ly to know Kcd River branch also Rayo her $50 and Baid: "1 want 10 miles along that tho J. river, lite work will All goods sold engraved free of charge. APPLEMAN, M. D., you to put down what I give you on this bo commenced noxt spring. rr O respectfully solicited. Till. CKl.F.UKATKIl o -- ba ri side and on tho other write down the It has been stated by President Mo n q I will Leod of tho Boston and Muino way it goes, and ir. a fortnight that it is Nineteen jrool Ewes and also one thoroujhbred- give you another nupply." Two weeks tho jmrposo of tho company to build a fat coutlulown Ituck , one 500 pound o yeirold Steer; t yearling ;urc .viuiv, t""- - - later he asked for the book. "On, I passenger station in Host on that will lw I'orinerly 1'ioles.or of I'rauWc of MedMne, a .. an d good luies. THE NATIONAL . largo enongh to fill all requirement?. ir have kept that account," said the young o D M.CKKIUlliU.N. V. county, Ky no now engines which tho Big Four i rCinsviile, Lincoln 'I Elcctricpl MoUlcal College, matron. "Here it is." And on one side was inscribed: "Received from Algy is receiving from tho Richmond locomo-tiv- o TORONTO, CANADA. works Jtro performing very satisfacr 70O," aud on the opposite was this sumNow I'.samlning I'li)slcianof the torily, hauling from five to kovcii more 1FAR3I n mary : "Spent it all." cars than tho mogul engines. The on the Southern Medical Institute, I will sell privatelymy l'armot 50 Acres O without tank weighs 03 tonn. o Danville d btanford plku, Hires tulles from Jamie's father had taken him to see " c Itiswell impmved, with dwellinj: of hve I.OUSVlLt.K. KV. J.I10 abasli has issued orders closing P 'to looms, now barn and nil necessary outbuildings; tho b.tby. eight of the telegraph offices at Cornell, ' JO also has fine spring. Call on tne on the premives Will bo at Myers House, Stanford P ."There, my son," bo eaid, "is a little McDowell, Cf5 orddres., me at Manford. Rv Galesville, o Tuesday, Feb. 28, one a bister for you. Won't nho be a nice pres- Ridgo, Preston, Oaiuau Ritchie, Blue c and Foosland. day only. ASSOCIATION, ent?" This leaves only ono telegraph oflico bon Returning every four wecls during il,e I will start up next week a "Yes," replied Jamie, "she's nice tween Fairbury and Streator, it distance; ftt, T TTlTDi7D LUiVlljJlrX. &AW MILL on the Somerset ,l,1l'B"n"?"latrcf llellevue II..p,. aiMr' haye a of 33 miles. Nty Vo,U C"V' af"' he r fee pike, eight miles from Stanford, aud will have enough, I reckon; but I'd rather uUal Medical College, Toronto, Canada. IU hi When tho Lehigh Valley company 70,000 feet of good Oak and Poplar Lumber for noat." ade a special study oi tl. ,l,,eas,.s he sale. I will sell at the most reasonablea rates and treated in opened its now lako lino to Toronto, the me call. ,KJ"l "CJ e.vwt ,n,'1 CliwilT Hospital invite all who want Lumber to glvo Professor "In estimating tho multi- nlfintiim miMn n.. l.n , ... ..... ..i..si,n no superior m diagnotilii.' ' . HAIiFMOUR, Ottenhesm. JACOIt 8.im and reutimt Chrome Diieave. tudes that havu inhabited tho earth, wo o.vj.inf, mia ui. iiiu i;uu mil aim i,:.iu II. p.m. trains did not rim Sundays. Tho I will open on January litis. disease, of both scses and his skill a, un nervous are obliged to consider, of com so, both success of tho lako route, however, has a t in Is the strongest, safest and most l)air. from which I can supply an)- quantity of uc Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., tho quick aud the dead." prompted tho company to run sleeping jersey iuiih iu inn peopin 01 -- nmorii ami " n "" ut tbelollouiiig prices, drlivticd: Student "That classification would cars through to Toronto every day in the prosperous institution of the kind Miners and shippers of the GEJCUINK ,. m cents Fresh Milk, per gnllon Permanently Cures leave out the messenger boys altogether, week on theso trains. Skimmed Milk, ir gallon. locinls Acute and Chronn Calairh tt, .. wouldn't it?" Iugleside. doing business in the State. iiniMiitr in Kirs llutter Mill, ir gallon v.'.? 'throat Sccuts wellness, uiir.ucvof hyc. AROUND THE THRONES. Try it. We are the sole agents for .Stanford Jand llla'dder troubles, MJV,.,'l!,cy I will make two trlpi daily. '1 be patronage ol the Stranger You ate tho only gentleman Rowland. Otlice corner ot Depot street and rail Dishelrs, Dyspepsli. CoDiti- C. A. 1'KV ION. public is solicited. paiion, Rhcuniatisui Alexander and Julius Cujsar wero both road crossing. John II. Leathers, President, in the room. Stanford, Ky. rits positively cured. aud I'aralys s, Kpilepsy or HIGOINS A WATTS. 6 9ii )'r. accustomed to whip their wives on tho ) ount; or middle aged men aufTerlne Guest Iu what way, sir? from 5ei. slightest provocation. matoirnea, Iiupotency, Kruptions, the John H. Pirtle, V. President, Stranger When I tripped iu tho dance errors or eace.ves, should call before it i. iS ",. Fuustn, We Rurantco a cute H case has not gone too far and went sprqwlin; on the floor, tearing Great, wuatho wife of Constantino tho A. G. Langham, Sec. & Trcas., nair im a ptimi r.n. r .u- so bad that tho emperor had permancutly removed. my fair partner's dress, you wore tho Her smothered iu a hot bath. only one in tho room who did nol laugh. C. M. Phillips, Gen'l Manager. Inow that Pnnco Ferdinand of Ron- & STANFORD, KY., Guest Tho lady is my wife and I paid mania imd Princess Mario of Edinburgh As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet.tc ' for tho dress. uro married, it is said King Charles ot cured by never failing remedies, m t Diseases ol women, such as Luucorrhea, painful February Houmania will not abdicato in 1893, s "How is your friend doing out in Ilel Menstruation. Displacement ol Womb, BOARD favor as promised. The day following Mr John T. Woodward's salo down pains in back, relieved In short time eua ? "Oil, he's carrying everything beI will sell at Mt. Sterling, Ky I he Doctor carries all his of saddle horses, portable instruments Tho cmjwror of Germany has ordered This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now fifteen Jacks, twenty five Jennets and tweuiy five and comes prepared to caamlue the most charge and I intend to conduct it so as to fore him." "Good; what business is he that tho bones of tho whales in tuy "sure medical and surgical cacs. fie jacits are an om enough lor scrvke, Morses. which were but to add in?" "He's a waiter in a restaurant." oot only inaiutain its high reputation, accommodaThe Horses include d"",e bui -e killed during his whaling expedition last to its long list ol friends. Special Coi.. T. P. Mill, President, tions for commercial travelers and fine rosms.for Six Fine Stallions, 2 Standard bred Mr. Iatacs (to his son) "Mark tloso summer shall bo manufactured into thedlsploy of samples. K. C. Walton, V. President, fumituro. Fraulein Berg has been r CONSULTATION FREE Trotters, umprellaa oop to five tollarp, ded by his majesty to paint tho variSaloon! A First-Cla- ss And Confidential. Address A. C. Sine, Sec. & Trcas., And a unmberof nice Geldings, Ac For cat. und Bell 'em for tree and a haluf. It ous incidents of tho chase upon the Ivguca, address me at Mt. Mciling, Ky. J. S.APPLKMAN.M.D., And BILLIARD and TOOL ROOMS attached looks like rain." S. Rice, Agpnts. II. Helm, J. bones. jt CLAVION I1UWEI.L. JOSKPH COFFKY. Louisville, DR PENN7 Dentist. Downing has d tho stage. Amy Busby has joined William II. MYERS HOUSE Crane's company. Arthur ITaydcn has joined tho Clinrlen Frohman stock company. Henry Guy Carlcton is writinir now P. W. GREEN, Prop. play for Nat Goodwin, but it will not bo usea for ono year. This stable, which I. run u connection with the Myers House, has been supplied with Fanny Mclatyro has been engaged to play tho leading part, 13es Murks, iu A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, "Tho Lights o' London." Baggies, Wagons, C. M. S. McLellnn, tho librettist of nn. ruuimer's Supplies and Is better than ever "Puritania." denies tho report that ho nupply the public with prepaiei will writo tho scoro of another oiwru. RIGS OP ALL KINDS. "Tho Actors' Holiday" is tho iintno of a now farco comedy by a well known Personal and prompt attention given to Weddings Parties aud Ilurials. author. It is to bo produced next full. P. W. In May, nt tho end of tho season of AL. ItURNS, Manager. GREEN. Proprietor. "Aristocracy," Blanche Wulsh will sail for Europo to bo gono about two months. Alice Fischer lia3 ended her engagement with Joseph Jefferson and has mado up her mind to remain in Now York to tako special engagements. Henry P. Mawson, author of "A Fuir Rebel," is writing a spectacular drama around tho Mardi Gnis festival of New Orleans. Tho play will bo called "Now Articles to Suit the Most Fastidi Orleans." ous. A complete line of A Minneapolis uirl named Exlo il Lambert declares that sho was the model for tho Montana silver statue. She says sho iosed six hours a day for weeks for its most feminine outlines. TmI sVsftrtXaflsMrJrdvKssssssssssssssssf" Having purtbavrd of A. T. Nunncllrr his llv cry busmeu I ran t louml si hisutd stand ready to wait on the puldk at any time day or uuihl Nothing but FIRST-CLASS : TURNOUTS n LIYERY STABLE shall leave my stable ami my prices v. Ill be as low as the lowest Don't fiirgrl my Stanford and Ktwland bus lint r stkaub 11 J. . T r tlASKI STHAUB& I'kACrKAl. . CO., well-know- n Plumbers and Steam Fitters, -- Dealers in all kinds of Iron and llrass Goods steam and watM SanlUry Cools of all kinds. for All work guaranteed against, defective material nd wmfcmaosuip J? FIRST-GL.A8- S WILLIAM MOREL Dralcr in the above The most Celebrated Eye, Nose, Throat and Chronic Disease Specialist in the State. AND, BANK! THE JEWELER, Solicited. Slock Cattle and Sheep a Iprcialljr l'ersons having anf of the above dcicnbn! stoek for sale or wishing 10 purchase same, will do well to call on ur address me An eanerience of fifteen vears in this business has hern nf nmfit . m .ml I think I can make it profitable both to the buyer and seller. J". O. address Stsnford, Ky. ion uiiitc at inn .iiyrrt rtuusc. Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssasssssssRtr' I ' Watches, Clocks Jewelry JDE3STTO. SILVERWARE. s r VIB VV HI BK Tv' S. WvPli- FOR SATiE. 1 corn-fr- c d, o "to to English Specialist, FOR SAIE. en-gin- o Man-ford- . Bunding & Loan o r- f r o - i -' to OF I.OUXSTrXE.X.E. r.i 1 DAIRY. ii 1'irst-Cla.s .. 1 - now-lan- d -- Original Jellico Coal. . u"7'l L'- -- THE 60FFEY HOUSE PUBX.XC SALE 9th, aupi-riiuou- s Jacks, Jennets Horses. Blood and Skin Diseases. JOSEPH COFFEYJ Pro'r. Ferdi-uand'- AT STANFORD. X ituuxiuzzrUe c- com-ma- two-toll- I 37--tf 90-- Ky, )