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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893021001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ,. - "i T.-fi- ' Pi tN Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XX. MIDDLEBURG. ATLANTA. Somo Notes Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 10. 1893. -- NO. 99 i. n. Mumps uro ttikiuK tho roiindB down hero jiint now. Janio Wash Institute linfl over 100 pupils in attendance. MvHsra. Win. Cloytl nml Jus. K. Cofof mules to fey shipped two Atlanta, Ga., tliu Met tilt. Mira KmlH, of Russell county, nml Claudo Allstott, of Po wars' Store, this county, entered hcIioo! hero Monday. F. 15. Lucbh is Ih confined to his bed with mumps. J. B. McAninch died lit IiIh home near Kich Hill, this county, Wednesday, Teh. 1, of consumption, of which lie had been naullerer for bouio 12 months. y, A young wife, who wiwn Mine MtQuea-rand two children survive him, At Thomas Hays' Kilo last Friday of work everything Hold hig.i. Ono a cow, the only one mulia biought 5170; Hold, brought S20; farming tools, old kc, Hold about as high as now ones. Mr. Hays will start to Texas about ear-loa- -- 4. v I f Picked up by an I. J. Man. Undo Geo. Parker died last SaturIt is generally conceded that when day. Ho was about 80 years of age. one writes about tho weather, ho Is hard We miss tho amiling face of Col. up for a mihjcct to expatiate on. Such is F. F. Hobbitt, of Lincoln, at this term of partly trim in this instance, hut my MORELAND, KY., tho court. main reason for referring to it is becuuec Judge II. II. Tyo and Mr. G. A. Take UiN method of informing the public that they will open in the it has been so intolerably mean for the Denhum went to Louisville to hear near future a well selected stock of Inst few days. It has been cold anil chillecture. ly and dump, tho very kind of weather Tho Kentucky Lumber Co. started that seems to penetrate one's entire their mill .Monday. They havo logs And in the early Spring will add to their stock a line of Clothing, sjfiteiu and fill him full of cold, and the enough lor a short run. worte pnrt about it is no better is prom Mrs. J. L. Whitehead has gone to Gents' Furnishing Goods, Dry Goods. Millinery, &c. Our terms will ised. The climntu hero for tho most Washington to vicit her parents, Mr. nnd be cash or country produce and vc will also take in exchange for part of the year is good, but when bad Mrs. Green Clay Smith. goods Tan Hark, Whisky Harrcl Staves, Hoop Poles and Hickory E. C. W. weather does come it comes with a Give us a call and we will save you money. The firm of Gentrv & Haker have Spokes. whoop. McKINNEY. dissolved partnership. Mr. Gentry will Owing to had feather and a rush of Horn, to the wife of J. K. Carson on continue to run the htore. business I have not been about much A Pennsylvania man is hero buying .'!d, a girl. since my last and even Sunday was the land near Pleasaut View, witli n view of Tho Misp Bailey gave a nice pused indoor, hivm thu time spent in to their jouug friends Tuesday opening up another coal field. hearing n couple of sermons by that notThe case of Len Tyo was tried night. ed divine, Dr. J. B. Hawthorne, at the and ijven to tho jury by Wednesday Hev. J. H. Julian preached Sunday Ili-- t subject in the Vithi Baptist church. morning and night at tiie lliptist church afternoon and after a short retirement morning was, "Ciod's Plan of Successful His sermon at night on temperanco had they returned a verdict of acquittal. Life," and wMHfrRid by competent judgtn Elder G. S. Sutton has closed his lathe lath. a good otfect. uiny v csi to In out of the be"t discusMons heard bors with thu Christian church at this Ust Friday Charlie ami An ellbrt is being m;nle by Dr. in this city for years. The doctor is an were making urots tics, and both wen Heazley to organize a W. C.T. U., which place and will leave in a few days for orator of tho firct water, a very smart working upon tho same log when Char-hwe hope will ba n Hiiecesi. The doctor, his old homo in Virginia. The church an inrtii hiid standing six feet three inches I am now ready to watt upon my friends in anything in accidentally throw out his foot Just wltli Pome ot the rest ot the liolilo voung has not tecured a pastor for this year. as h does, he is a man of minimally Rev. W.J. Johnson was not able to fill his brother was making a lick, and men, is fighting thu saloon busiuecs. appearance. Dr. Hawthorne is a vorv dangerous cut in the an- sinking Warrants were issued for Walter and ids pulpit at tho Baptist church last SunWesley drensed the wound a very decided prohibitionist and on one Albeit Daugherty, Jim Keith, Sam day and Rev. Cornelius preached in his kle. Mr. I. S. mid in his pulpit that ho would and NiyH thu bono is cut about half in itfeuMOti Hrown and David Kennedy for jumping place. never pleach a pennon without referring Rev. L. E. Tupperaud Prof. Stevens two. on freight trains. The three first were to the evil effects of whisky. He is A report comes from Liberty of an and held under bond of Sl'o of the Academy, were in Middlesboro slicking to it and not only is he down on arrested encounter between Win. Wood and a each. The others skipped. They are all Sunday. .Mr. L. C. Sampson is having on one tide "nini," but the "rum seller." There is small boys and we hope it will he a warn- quite a serious time with the mumps. nun by tho nam of Allen splendid choir at Dr. Hawthorne's I am also agent for a line of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Whitehead entertain and a huge catamount on the other, that ing herenftei to them nml otli"r boys. ed several of their young friends at their been exciting, to wy tho church and the music and tho eloquent . Dr. Ed M. Estes went to Cincinnati mut have ..r u Tlmf wr litihthr.! hoes at preaching never fail to draw crowds. Tho Monday. !... Mioses Eflle and Mamie home Saturday evening. Mias Willie Sunday-schoo- l music at this church is Wright tho time and finding its trail followed to went to Lexington Tuesday. J. Freeman hits returned from Detroit, also very tine. Thu instruments used Mich., where bIio has been under media rlwr, whoro tiio animal had tnUnn up Mc Hubble is visiting Ids father at cal tieatmeiit for several months. Mr. they attempted to are a piano, two violins, two cornets, its abode, and when Blacksmith Daugherty has gone Equal to any ever offered here. Call and see them. I represent the two clarionets and lan violin. I wonto Stanford. J. II. Walker hns returned J. T. Freeman was in Cincinnati last .nisi him he fought manfully and did not der wiiat the auti organists of tho Chris to Washington, D. C. Mrs. Kuth Hinoj, week. famous give In until lilo was extinct. Ah tlu Liberty and tian church ut Stanford would think of aged .S.'!, of Stanford, is visiting friends at The Harlan countv case of tho com Is Raid to havu occurred near Hy tho way, this orchestra played your tcribo down there has imver men- this? Turnersvillu and vicinity. Jailer Owens monwealth vs McGraw was submitted to Kosa at tho Opera House till 11 tho jury last Thursday evening, and failtioned it, we havo some rtmib'.s as to IU for I'.itti was hero Tuesday and made several tho night before. Dr. But while on tho subject o'clock truthf nines. in addition to those ma le Satur- ing to agree, was discharged on Saturday church pays more for music day, for tho stealing of of wihl eala, it seems these animals are Mr. Dayton's evening. They Btood 10 for conviction Call and see my line of goods before make any purchases. during tho year than it pays tho rever more numerom this winter than usual. Those arrested gave bond and and '2 for acquittal. This casu has cost meat. gentleman who Alls the pulpit. Very respectfully, n great deal of tho commonwealth Wo read in thu Ixtkiuoii Joui.nai. of end await trial. The Gate City is abreast with the money and it is unfortunate that the ju having been killed. Charles and novcral It is reported that a certain bachelor George F.stcs captured a largo ono dur times with newspapers, as it is with of about 50 yems, in thu neighborhood ry could not agree, but it was composed most everything else. The Constitution ing tho lato cold snap and the traokB o ot lurnersville, lias had some sad expe- of the best men in thu county and each Is a very ably edited morning paper, here. two others have been Het-- near rience in his household adairs. A few one was confident that his opinion was while tho Journal and Evening Herald mornings ngo ho he prepared his churn correct and it would havo been useless give the news in tho afternoon from all LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. and with his sleeves rolled up he went to have kept them longer. parts of the globe. There are also a James McPherHon, who was convictGeorge A. Prowitt is on a visit to number of weekly and monthly period- to work pounding the creamy substance. ed at tho present term of this court for All day long he pounded, butof no avail. the Polling Fork. icals here, which are much sought after false Bweariug, was pardoned last MonSince our last report marriage license by the Southern reader. The Constitu- As the Bun went down, becoming Having lost nearly all my stock by recent fire, I have just D. Coleman and disappointed, he concluded day by Gov. Hrown. McPherson ia nn has been issued to Mr. John tion was a hot champion of David H. things were bewitclied and Becking tho old, crippled, ignorant colored man, who ed at old stand with to Mins Susan K.Mason. Hill for president, whiluthe Journal was swore to Boeing two men at a certain Mhu Lnla Page, an accomplished for Cleveland first, last and all the time, hog trough ho emptied the contents of place ono night and they proved an al young teacher from Columbia, opened a and since tho latter'a victory it has his churn, to tho satifcfaction of the ibi. He was then indicted and convictreselect school at tho school house at this grown even mo:e popular than before. swine. On a moment's reflection he ed. It was generally thought that the place Monday, with a good attendance. Huku Smith, :t quarter of a millionaire, membered there was no Lake near by. And Chemicals, Latest Toilet Articles, School Supplies, Stationery Ho found it was only "Darbey's" fate. old man was honest in what he sworu to closed his singing is its editor and is Mr. J. M. DoBord considered a very s and everything to be found in a drug store I shall be pleasfor a housekeeper? and thete was nothing in the case until school hero on Saturday night. All smart man. A rich editor is something Why not advertise lie voted the democratic ticket last Fall, ed to see all my old custmers and as many new ones as will favor mc, themselves a highly pleased with of a curiosity to me and I find it hard to The I. J. has a broad circulation. when his republican friends became his Assuring them work hero and commend him to the keep from looking him from head to foot his DANVILLE. persecutors and ho waa convicted. Ho lovers of vocal music everywhere. every time I see him. Mr. John E. Harrick and Miss Sadie saya ho knows who his friends are now It h reported that the widow of tho Tho suggestion of Hoke Smith in Mr. and he expects to stand by them. Wedwill soon repair late Charles L. Napier Cleveland'a cabinet does not meet with E. Piico obtained marriage iicenae Napier Hotel, now v.i entire approbation here. From what nesday evening. Iloth live at Mitchells-burg- . and open tho old HUBBLE. The lady is a daughter of tho late cant, at this place, and that John T. can learn the mass of tho people favor New Block Opposite Court House, Stanford, Ky. Mrs. Annie Kngleman eold a pair Brown intends to reopen the old hotel Senator Blount. Mr. Blount has made a Halph Price. for f M. E. Unmet, deputy sheriiV of Pu of and H. h. Ilub-bl- o south of tho courthouse. most excellent l S. Senator nnd his Leo a pair of for James Wethington was srreatod Sat- warm admirers in thu "Empire Statu of laski county, passed through town Tues urday night, charged with feloniously the South" are counted by the hun day, having in charge Win. McK.e.e, a Stone has sold his farm iu thu White cutting Ferd. Clemens on Casey's Creek dreds of thousands. Mr. Smith is n very young white man, wanted in Lincaster Oak neighborhood to Wm. .Lawrence at goads by false He was brought to able man, but is not considered per acre and will soon move to Stantho same evening the on a charge of obtaining town Monday by Deputy Sheiill W. C. statesman that Senator Blount is. Smith pretenses. I'ntil recently, McKoo lived ford. Dr. Herriu was called to see H. C. Adams and gave bond to appear at this liiw certainly done great work for his here.Uob d negro, was Peppers, a Walter's little girl, Bettie, who waa very place next Saturday beforo an examining party and time arealso many u ho would tried Wednesday beforo Recorder An sick a fow days ago. Tho people feared court. like to ecu him honored. derson on tho ohariro of robbiug a Uus- it was .scarlet fever, till tho doctor saw Intt.iu-o- ii I navv an error in Tuesday's It is amusing to mo to hear the variwith an unpronoiincablo name her. Sho is now Jofus.M. i givi" a !' of Kentucky ous hachelora about town talk about sinn Jew about well again. J. .We of a pur of pints. Tho charge of rob- W. Bright F. Marvin in- boaruing-househas bought a number of horsauthors. It was William Atlanta is just a little bery was not austained and Uob was held es from Sam Kngleman. Mr. Scott and stead of W. F. Marion who published a behind in this procession and a ntrictly for petit larceny. Miss Li. i Spoonainore, of Ihiena Vista, volume of poems nearly tho same time good boarding house is hard Miss Mary McDonald Ritchie, of tho Mr. S. M. Spoonainore and famthat Fulkerson, the eccentric, got out to find. It is not unusual for a a man to Key. J. called ou Caldwell College laculty, and his "Howard Hines and Other Poems," change his boarding-housily last Sunday. J. C. Kubanks has gono four or live Lapsley McKee, of Richmond, were marAnd opened elegant lines of more than 10 years ago. Printers times a week and tho first question pro- ried near Chicago, III., Tuesday, at tho West to Btay all summer. Thos. Smith pounded when two old friouds meet is: homo of tho bride's father, whom alio is talking of going to Iowa with his sou 1. Sam Brown, lately put in jail here "Where uro you boarding A. X. Suroer, of now?" or had gone to visit, ho being Bick. The Joo about March Pulaski, ia up on businesp. for shooting ut Pill Copley with intent "How do you like your boarding-house?, L. J. grooinisaaon of to kill about two years ago, made a bold Ho.ird is hiirh here and for tho price College. of Centre HUST0NVILE. attempt for liberty ou Wednesday. As should bo better, it Heems to mo. From McKee, Brown opened the Deputy Jailer Win. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Misa Bettie Logan has returned from ?M to ;:0 is tho rule for boarding-houses- , j.dl door to give him hisdiuner, ho forca visit to Danville. Ujv. W. W. Bruce while the hotels are away Miss Lena Fenwick, ofJToronto, Can- has so far recovered from his long spell ibly pushed tho door opon with one arm out of .sight. India Linens, Linen Lawns, ada, c una all thu way to Cincinnati and the olliceroutof tho way with tho Atlanta is building most in tho northof rheumatism as to be able to occupy to tho rivor, a a nun, to marry tho man of her his pulpit ami to conduct tho recitations other and dashed past him ern and northeastern portions and hoiiio choice, William Aiusleo. Her parents of some of his most advanced pupils. on reaching which lie waded ucroes, aplendid buildings are under construcobjected, but, s usual, love laughed at Mrs. Hawkins and Miss Boglo continue about waist deep. George Hrown, son tion. Peach Tree street, thehou-toresiLinen Laces, &c. &c. Win. Hrown, mounted a horso and dence Btroat.is being of in charge of the school with very flitterextended far out in- locksmiths. beyond tho overtook him somo distance The divorce trial of Mrs. Lillio to tho country and boiiiu elegant resiing success. Christian College is enjoyHenry against John ti. Henry is ing its usual popularity aud is making river, brought him backfand again incar- dences havo gone up since I was here cerated him in tho jil with his wet Ust. Thu West End ia also doiug itself in progress in Cincinnati. Mrs. Bondu-ran- extensive preparations to ilttiugly celen clothes on. the lady iu thojtcase, was proud and is a beautiful poition of tho brate the 22d. Orchard visitors. Sho to Crab George Bradley haa been in town militia force of tho United States city. It can bo hardly called a suburb was raised in Louisvillojand waa a bruTho of Atlanta, but is really a little town for several days. He has just reached is 11', UK.. Every Statu and Territory, nette of great beauty. A few years ago, his majority and from his appearance within itaulf. .This space will be occupied by with the exception of I'tab, haa an orOno would bo surprised at tho great while sumineriug at iPar Harbor, aho ono would judge that winter life at Cumganized militia force. slipped otr to Poatou and married young Ab. Shearer andjwifo surprised the amount of credit business douo here. 1 Henry, who is a degenerate sou of u berland Falls must be as conducive to Hi health nnd pleasure as summer life is day, by produc- had imagined that moat city people paid community, ground-ho- g Cincinnati sire. Ho was given known to be at that delightful resort. &wrM 9bKi for everything, but 1 readily aeo wealthy ww wrwMi ing a pair of twins, cute and hearty as cash cups aud while iu them ono night is now that I wai mistaken. Tho terms to his youngsters over were. Mr. Shearer marriage, ho quarTHE legislature; are :0 days, and hardly anybody w itli about a year after tho above 70 years, but his wife is less than reled with his wife at a ball in a Jit of JJJI'i 1S93, who hereby extends hisjthanks to the marriage and his any kind of credit pays down the filthy A bill to prohibit tho employment of 10. This is her second jealousy, and as sho avers, heat heron lucro when tho goods are bought. Evminors as train dispatchers ia before the third. Richmond Climax. tho way home in a carnage, putting one Hurglara entered the homo of John ery house of any auo employs ono or of her beautiful black eyes in mourning. House. 111., and, more collectors, who do nothing else. Of Mr. Lea veil has presented u bill to Katus, living near Mcndota, .Mrs. Henry is now perhaps fully comto wreak their courao tho ciutomera havo to pay for finding no money, sought good old hard expe- authori) county courts to strike otr and petent to givo somo revenge on Mr. Katus' blind daughter. theso mon nnd tho cash customera, who rience of the truth of tho udage: Marry proyido for the transfer of certain porcan't get credit, also help pay for them, tions of county territory. For their liberal patronage in thepast, and wishes to say to them They stripped her of all her clothing and leisure. o and the bad debts made by the house. in huBto and repent at hair. Her neck and he will sell goods for CASH 'only and( set Uro to lior , The National quarantine bill was that on and after January 1st badly burned. Tho young This seems hardly fai.-- to a man up a Four uegroea were burned to deatli of any one. will defy the competition passed by the Senate. tree. iu a Cabin at Kansas City. ill dio. woman j In no city that 1 have ever visited havo I seen as good a lot of horses worked on the streets an I seo hro. The average Atlantian prides himself on driv-- , ing a Quo Kentucky horse and they will have them no matter wli.it tho cost is. The carriages are also drawn by lino Fpeeiniens of the equine tribe, and most of them are as fat as can be. The fash-- 1 ion hero 1h to hob tho tail and clip tho mane, which I think greatly detracts from tho horse's beauty. It is tho style, though, and it matters not how fine and (lowing the inane, or ho heavy and beautiful tho tail, they must go. WILLIAMSBURG, VHITLEY COUNTY. kixi; GEOKGE H. I'KEWITT. KING & PREWITT, GROCERIES MD HARDWARE, Jlr enler-taimn- et bar-ii-(- o GtfSOCJ mmiLIuliioa Bl yCII En-bank- s. B w. A n$1Ri COOK STOVES W. H. HIGGINS. nr-res- Haw-thorne'- fl Oliver Chilled Plow, Dix Peed Gutter, StvidoTDalsor Wagons, die. NEW DRUG STORE. re-ope- dia-just- NEW GOODS, FRESH DRUGS first-clas- ex-pr- 1 Prompt Attention and Lowest Prices. w. B. MoKOEEBTS, t-o- 0. Seasonable Goods hae. one-eye- - s. lirst-cliisw- , JUST REC EIVED e mia-take- .) " Vice-Preside- nt tirst-clas- s Nansooks and Dimity Cheeks Hamburg Edgings and Insertiiigs, dis-guis- n Pon-dura- ut t, well-kuow- SBJVE1BAN03K & SONo 1 mm: fp'wirR t i' Good People ofHustonville ahoul-derawer- 6 y v . r- A Semi-Weekly N InteriorJouknul 10, Nonni?, of thoCynthiannDom-ocrat- , in tlm MuUoutt case, in Covington. h8 pned Kditor Hoberte, of Iho wa" iwaulted by John O damages Lexington Leader, for $10,000 agent, AlbcrtMarks tho becauso that ho charged that he had the and "Billy" McIIugh. Editor Mr-Cou- 'i ..- - : While little Carrie Stone was run- nine nt lmr homo near Newcastle Mie mumbled nnd fell, and a pencil which F WALTON. W. she was carrying in her hand wit driven into her brain. Sho died in a few To minutes. It is more than probable that the IRHD-A.- . troops guarding the convict mines at Thk last turn of the cumbersome ma- Coal Creek, Tenn , will ahortly be withchinery uecespnry, under tho constitu- drawn. The courts seem to have overTub threntened invasion of tho grand tion, for the election of a president nnd come all desire for trouble on tho part of old Commonwealth by Queen Crinoline of tho United States, was tho miners. has led Statesman Peak, of the House of made in joint session of Congress yesterGoods At Kansis City burglars onterod the Kepresontatives, to introduce a measnro day, when tlie electoral vote was countchlorohouse of Martin Baker anil after 'to prevent the sale, loan or wearing of ed and Grover Cleveland and Adlai E. them. of Kentucky." Stevenson declared duly elected. The forming him and his wife robbed hoopsltirts in tho Stato While they were in a Btupor from the Mr. Pak is no doubt old enough to re- inauguration will occur three weeks effects of tlie chloroform their twin bamember how hideous hoop made tho from and theu tho year of bies were frozen to death. will come! female form divine when they wore in Between o'clock Monday r. m and be of fashion years uro, and is desirous The the inllic strug- 3 o'clock next morning tho mercury in senatorial saving tho present feneration Louisville thermometers tumbled from You, choice tioi. But Mr. Peak is taking tlie w rone; gle in Nebraska has ended in tho elec 55 to 0 above zero, a range of 10 in 12 Choice kind of prohibition ho pro tion of Hon. W. V. Allen, u populist, shoot. Tho hours. This is equivalent to a plunge poses nill not prohibit, but only servo to with leanings toward republicanism. The new Senator is a native of Ohio, was from a hot to a cold bath. Times. make tho dear creatures, God bless 'em, Four sudden deaths in a St. Louis more determined than over to rush head born in 1817 and served in tho army durmedical college caused great consternalong into hoop3, or any other fashion ing the war. He is said to be an enthution and tho institution has been closed that may be decreed. Tho great states- siastic G. A. R. man and like many of up. One of the victims was Goo. Hern-do- n, man who would regulate by law the fe- them, is out for the stuff in tho way of above big of Western Kentucky. There is Boots male apparel is evidently unacquainted pensions. considerable doubt as to the cauHO of tho igwith the nature of the fair sex and A Somerset writer in tho Cincinnati deaths. norant of tho truth expressed in tho Commercial-Gazet- te suggests Judge Leo Camp, Confederate a etcrane, lines: Thomas Zantzinger Morrow for the va havo decided to accept the trust requestfur-trimm- ed He is a fool, who thinks by fotce or skill we to cancy in the U. S. circuit court judge ed of them by the Jefferson Davis Mon urn the current of a woman's will. T to close $G- - si-- e of ship. Tho president would not mako a anient Association, to take charge of the In the language Go to, Mr. Peak SG 8S. the sotfer sex, "you are a mean, ugly, oiu mistake if ho wero to appoint either tho remains of Mr. Davis on their arrival at thing," who ought to have n distinguished judge or his brother-in-law- , Richmond, Va., and also to entertain all hateful Col. W. O. Bradley. They are lino visiting associations. G5c hoopihirt tied about your neck and be jtLlgi1 of law and excellent gentlemen Deputy Sherill Millard Rosser was cast into tho sea. shot through the body by J. W. Phillips , both. In marrying Algernon diaries Sartor-isat a party in Wayuo county. Rosser the aristocratic Englishman, MUs had arrested John Pombertou for creatNEWSY NOTES. Nellie Grant, like most American girls, ing a disturbance at a party, when PhilDr. J. W. Gilbert, a lcadin thought she was doing n great deal betphysi- - lips and Pembeiton'ri brother iuterferred Ky. ,d. 11 A y'S, taking a sturdy home man with cian of Lawrcnceburg, is dead. ter than and killed tho deputy sheriff. A sneak thief stole a coflin at Silvi-fo- r much lees reputed wealth, but moro CHURCH AFFAIRS. a mayor of that flourishing little city. Mr. brains and capacity for making a for- ea, which was being prepared TO OUR- Leila Browu is visiting rehtives in Loutune. Tho result was a repetition of the co rpse. Rev. A. V. Sizemoro closed his meetPeter Reilev fell into a vat of boilM. C Miller in visiting experience of other women, who find ing at Somerset, after weeks' servic- isville. Mm. nbroad. Algernon proved a ing licorico at Newark, N. J, and wrs relatives husbands Frankfort er, with 10 additions. very worthless creature, who made her cooked to death. Suu-daI will preach at Preachersvillo Mr. Carlisle has selected Charles S. WC take thimcMMofthankilllfVr. Air vnnr i rAHrSAU.nutMt..a. life a burden, and finally to all practical Kl at 11 o'clock. All of the members news of Hamlin, of Massachusetts, to bo assistpurposes abandoned her. Tho cattle brine JJ to iRc ami many favors shown . during the pan year, ami hope by In Cincinnati bet are requested to be present. J. G. Livfur his death will therefore cau-- no sorrow ant becretary of tho treasury. nisninir von nun o, nogs J Mini sneep jc. ingston. Tho Pennsylvania Legislature has on this side of tho water, but bo receivS. T. Harris hold to Urisooo The Rev. Dr. John Hopkins Worces ed with satisfaction by those who feel passed a bill prohibiting the manufac7 yearling cotton mules at S70. ter, Jr., professor of Systematic Theology sympathy and interest in the daughter ture of cigarettes in that State. Fok Su.k. Two horse mules and dropped dead at Miss Vessie Allison, of Catlettsburg, at Union Seminary, of the groU general who was twice chosono combined Holding. M. F. Herrir.g. States by a committed suicide by taking rough en Lafcowood, N. J. en president of the United of nice, clean, itininl- Fifty In Covington, at lltli f'roet M. 12. We will be found at the saim- old st.,d lllJX ycar rits rather than have hor shamo known. grateful people. grass wed lor sale. U.K. Window glaps men of tho country Church, South, tho protrariyd meoting etripped blue Pnor. Cox, tho democrat elected to the have formed a 550,000,000 combination continues with 57 addition. Rev. My- - Wearen. M.S Baughman sold to Smith A: legislature from the lepitblirun strong- and prices will be advanced 10 ntr sonheimer is preaching. 22 yearling -- Tho Hopkinavillo Keutuckiau wiys Williamson, of TonnesH-i-Thankinjr you for past fauar,, hold in Muhlenburg county, beat his op. cent. ,:u, u, Ri spc,tflh, repubthat 25 more people joined tho various cotton mules at f?0. ponent 422 votes. Dr. James, the While their mother was out preach-in- g Sunday, making a total Allen Kennev sold to Prowitt A lican who resigned his eeat to become a tho three children of Oliver Pat churches there of Texas Morino buckn World's Fair commissioner, says that re tie were burned to death atBellairo, of IMS as the result of Sam .1 ones' meet-iug- Wood n nt 3Jc Danville Advocate. ligion cuts more figure in that county Mich. The Indiana House haa passed a A religious revival which has been than politics, and the majority of tho Gas exploded in tiio cellar of a New in progrebti at Evansvillo I ml., for a week bill with severe pennltiufl prohibiting voted York tenement and people being CampbelJites, they an inapector was has reached such a stage that business horao racing in the wintor. for Cox, who is a leadiitg member of that killed and ten of the accupants seriously is suspended while employes and emThe First National Bank sold to C. 'church. This may not be true, burned. U alt r I- nIt. Sutton the remaining SS actos of the but it can not bo gainsaid that if people Dr. C. D. Mclahlan, formerly of ployers attend the services. near town at $10. Rev. D. D. Reed, who is preaching a Van do Water farm will mix their polities with their reli- Monroe county, committed fliiicido in L. W. Hudson bought of Gentry series of fcermousin Louisville on "Heavgion, a mixture of Campbellism and de Harrodsburg. He leaves a wife and thing. says he believes in a material Heav Bros., nt Lexington, 75 mule", extra cot- en," mocracy is not a bad daughter. en, built on the plan of an earthly city, tnn and good .sugars, at an average of Firo at tho Eddy villo penitentiary nbout $120. Advocate. And Thk Cincinnati Commercial Ga.Jtto destroyed and ho locates it in the .star Alcyone. tho main portion of the hosTen or 15 mules, 15 to 10 hands, not Mies Jenuie Cassedny, International has a dispatch from Wash mgton to tho pital building. The Ions is estimated at effect that JamesIBlackbnrn will get tho Superintendent of tho Flower Mission, fxartly fat, for nalo for work mules and about S2,o00. S. marshnhihip for of "Rest Cottage" and an active ono car load II) to 15 hands, mostly appointment of "Uncle" Jack Harmon, who died in founder no ono else need ap- Fleming Kentucky worker in charity, public and private, in mares nnd fat. B. F. Gover. county last week, aged S2 years, I hnut for sale 700 bales of hay, alto for a generation, is dead. Al ply. This would bo important U true, was the father of 21 children. Ho was Louisville, though never able to leave her bed with 2 K) barrels of good w bite corn. Will dehut it lacks that important element. twice married. assistance for 150 years, her hick liver hay on cars at 00c per 100 pounds. Capt. J. C. Brvaut, of Lexington, and George Covington, a negro, was out couch has been an inspiration for an ar- John Buchanan, Crab Orchard. of London, each Frank B. Riley, caught robbing the t of Pleasant my of noble workers and kIio has done S. M.Sandidgeand J. K. Huston to be certain that ha has a cinch on the White, a citizen of Irvine, and was shot moro good than a thousand others of her arc handling and breaking harness and appointment. Besides, the State and and instantly killed. sex, who haye lived under more fortu- saddle stock on the Pence farm, near the United States have done euough for An operator on the New Jersey CenHinforJ, and M)lieit business in that nate circumstances. the Blackburus. tral has been held for manslaughter, Hi e his carelessness caused a collision Tiik Richmond Register doeH not mince MT. VERNON, ROUKCASTCE COUNTY. On tho odof February H. (.'. Allen its words. Speaking of the prohibition in which one man was killed. weighed threo of his yearling Bron The longest telephone circuit in the White k King are putting in a saw turkeys, a gobbler and two hens, and organ, tho Voice, which suggested to Mr. Carlisle a course in a Keeley cure, that world was tested by Gov. Russell nt mill just east of town. they pulled tho beam respectively at 1, Miss Kiln Joplin began a seleit paper say.-,-: Of all the papers of all par- Boston, who distinctly heard eonven-2Saud21 pounds. Georgetown Tnnt.s. school Monday in the Houk property. ties an I all sects in the United States tioiiH and cornet music in Chicago. Win. Mnrolaud sold to C. M. Jouos The Normal Sundav school The crusher plant at the Maretburg 10 head S50 pound cattle at law thi3 miserable scavenger is the only one :J and purthat has had an unkind word tor the j will meet in tho Presbyterian church qunrry will probably bo started up nbout chased of sundry parties'20 yearling heif great secretary Its obscurity, utter in-- i Sunday evening at :i o'clock and all who April 1. ers at name figures. He also bought in Building operations have been re Rockcastle (0 mountain cattle at 2 to :tj. hignitlcance and malice should be its own wish to joiu are cordially invited to at tend. sumed on tho various buildings in court c reply to its suggestion. turkey A man brought a An appeal is being made to tho liar- - of erection. to Richmond and bold it for 15c a pound, Watch this spnee next week. It belongs to Thk State Senate is tojbo commended yard claes of 'So, with which the late Mr. T. L. Heston is telegraphing or for $1.50. Another man brought a for killing the librarian bill, designed to Bishop Phillips Brooks was graduated, days at Livingstone, while Mace Miller STKl-mjN& KNOX, the enterprising Row- calf to town Monday, good and sound, make womeu ineliiolo to tint ollice. to erect a monument in his honor to coet nights at this place. pounds -- and sold it but not largo :!00 The several ladies who have filled tho f:;00,000. mmi merchants, who will tell you Siometliing The Adams Kxprees Co. has estab- at ljca pound, or $ I 50. Climax. -- While crossing a railroad position have demonstrated t'ut they - lished a money order system nnd nearly near DelaPaiih. About 150 cattle on the to votir interest. make the bustjof librarians, and such be- - ware, O., James and Malthow McIVet, all of itsotlices can now furnish patrons market Mondav. IS medium vearlini: ' iug the &8- -, there should bo no curtail farmeis, were run down by a train. The with theso conveniences l head .steers sold at f 'J2.50, about JIJc; ment, but a widening of the avenues for former was instantly killed and the hit- -.- air. ii. it. aKer, mieiy u nieinuer s,,orl ., year ol(,3 M. ,J3 al)0rt .year. . women, who have to depend on tfieir ter fatally injured, of the linn or McKenzie fe Baker, ,!,,,,-,w.jRhtt a,olU s00 pounds, t own resources to make a living. Tho plans of Miss Joe C. Carter, of again purchased an interest and is bai k jo,. .;t) Stno B,J0rl yi,rtrijllsll $C , sis, ,,M Vara lllluu trw fiimtnl.fn.. ...1 .! a! nillI1,Mr f hrok(, II)UI. and """ a"" uuB from the farm and has resumed l.mlneM ,, """"' '"' Ki.so I.kiiuiuemo, of But.intr.ri, one of the KbUtucky parlor in die Woman's at tho old stand. . thosj in shape sold at $100 to $i:!0. JslanuM, !... .i....i lor an the Gilbert Building at the World's Fair, have been Mr. A. INnninglon has bought the ...i.;.m nexation to the United States. Since oflicially accepted. Joplin Hotel property at this place and Cleveland's election and tho near apAt Irvine, while Mrs. Houston Horn will get pobes.siou April 1Kb, when ho' The changing of the lniii.in strain. proach of the party of the people to was washing her breakfast dishes, her will convert a portion of tho house into ". roin tho British to the American (lag power it seems that all the world and little 5 year-ol1'iih. 22 will bo cebrated with ollicinl son fell head foremost a co modious store room. formality at Now York. President liar- the rest of mankind want to join the into a water barrel and was Tho Brodhead troupe rendered tho rison, who is paid to regard this ns'the drowned be Union and become a part of the land of fore he could he rescued. "Sparkling Cup" at tho court house hero, 'crowning act of his admiuihtiation the free and tho home of the brave. Algernon Charles Sartoris, tho worth- Friday night to a crowded house. Tho W'H hoist the Hag on the bteaniBhip New less husband of Nellie Grant, daughter parts wore well aeltd and all were high- - York or lrtnsFkknch Tiiton says in his Climax " that a man in Richmond is having his of Gen. Grant, died iu Capri Feb. '.. ly pleased with tho entertainment. M. Jones has bought! BAUGHMAN, rooms covered with Columbian stamps, Mrs. Sartoris will continue to live in A. Pennington's houbo and lot iu this1 BOOX-SEliLEfinding it cheaper Ithuu ordinary avail Lojtjrt. She has threo children. kike AND storm Rator Hill's motion to call up tie placoand will move to town March let. . . . paper. He further says that it takes on U KAJnOL The Largest.Stock to select from. Prices ahvas as Mr. Pennington aNo sold to P. 1). Colyerl I IN ly live to cover a room, but then Tip is burro repeal the Sherman silver Low as the low bill was defeated 12 to 2.'!, which a 23 acre tract near town for f 'JOO. . KeprcucntinK est. Mr. Ihos. Dahon has charge of Jewelry Department. fliich a fearful prevaricator that you can't Watch- It. L. Joplin has returned to his Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; always toll whether he is lying or jok- shows that there is little probability of v,iui.rv.- .iiiujeweiry ivepairett and Warranted. any bilver legislation this session. work on tho Altamout & Manchester Manchester, of Manchester, Kncj., ing. Senator Morgan, of Alabama, has in- survey. The "inimitable" Fred Mahaf-fe- y Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; A man and liia wife both ran for clerk troduced in tho Sennte an annexation was hero a few daya ago. Messrs. Old Gold and Silver tnken.in exchange for oftbo Wyoming Legislature and the hill, in general terms, under which Hugh Miller and James Maret are in Ins. Co. of North America. goods. Coi.tpanict. I would gray mare proved the better horse. Slio Hawaii or the whole world may be tak Louisville. Mrs. Mollio Miller is visit- - All or wlilch .ire Thanking my friends and the public generally for be p'emeil to wait o niny friends in thin line, I'ol. their liberal iv Lou- was elected just us easy, nnd will hold en into ttio great American Union. inir her brother, Mr. L. M. ; icic promptly ikiueil. Will insure againkt wir.tt ttsrmt and lUhtnlnj:. I.igiituin cliu. tronagc in the past year, I hope to merit a continuance An attempt was made to assas3inato isvillo. Our former fellow citizen, Dr. tho old man holds tho tho oflice, while by oolite,.-cmacheil without additional cruras tention, honest gooes and fair prices. Win. McNamara, tho principal witness W. T. Biooks, of Pari, is a candidate for OlfV e at hirt National Hank. .SUiifWii. baby. R. Stanford, Ky,Fkhuauv 193 SX22 : PAGES. I "willies," whatever that n.ay mean. If it moan that ho is HUflWinn from ento- zoa and sucb is tlie ca?e, wo surest an anthelmintic and i withdrawal of the suit. At any rate, Brer Norris oueht to ronsnlt a doctor or Brer McKoberts may he able to provo his chanto. We Are (jetting Ready buy our J'cw Spring Stock and The balance of our Winter 3VBBT WE MUST CLOSE OUT regardless of price and t if 15 Will an inducement., now is your chance. long-drawn-o- of all $10, $12 and $15 Onercoats at $8. can take your of all Overcoats that were SS.50 for $5. The bargains. Full stock Boots $1.10. Ladies' heavy Shoes 75c Uon't and Blankets $1.50 a pai r. Jlois' full stork Children's heavy Shoes 50c out at onlu black Jackets left and Onlv three them over; they were sold at $12.50 apiece, don't want earn ' o' a pair. Comforts at50ct worth 00c THE LOUISVILLE STORE, -- ! Stanford, Manager. to y Friends and Customers. tt-- The : Very : Best: - Goods but-hel- s , WILL BE GLAD TO SEE YOU ALL. u ,, s. car-lo- ad MolSIWITBT BROS. oray R. ZTJSL3LJE1TI Confectioneries. Baker's Bread Always on Hand Faney Groceries, Fruits I. and-tha- t hen-roos- bo-cau- 1 a t- - I 1 1 liaol, .. f j Mo - " J. II. DRUGGIST And - Fiimw, AND JEWELER R. -- J pur-chas- o b nnMrri ISiisraviiiK Bcaulifiilly and ArllsUeally Done. firit-cln- u tornu-ilow- " I a. PENVV 4A wr- - " JT'T'--'wprt--s"- r " t " V3"" Wfc?-1-- " 'Vrr .innrTi)if(i 'eji ihpiih)'H"' seni-- . 3 Semi-Weekly if V InteriokJoukhil cratlc traditions, one h :.till .uvnro of it know whatiny fortune amounted to." that time. Besides, I don't believe tho HorfoIMWestero R.R. the oxintt'iico of Btich a tiling n breedever cared for me." "Oh, quito naturally; Ishoitld Stanford, Ky., Fliiuijahy 10, 1R9,'J ing. nil ono cannot repaid one's pelf ni would bo tho first question sliothink it Lady Helvoir kept her countenanco adwould Will Witnosa the Inauguration. belonging to imito tho w:m mirably, though 1 er suppressed merri hxvh an a ask." Schedule Dec 18, 189J. little mongicl niillionaire. "And n nico Fort of fool I should look ment wok great. The road to Om i;my, however, marry a inongrel if 1 hud to answer that I didn't know. LEAVE NORTON DAILY W. P. WALTON is difllcult to believe that you can "It Wuhington ol for the Nike of bin nih.ons and Lady So I have determined togointo the mat- bo in lovo with a woman whom you to 7:00 a m for Graham, Illuefield, I'ocahontaa Urine the great . t.tinductmenti and all stations Flat Top and Pocahontas IMvoir bad thought of doin ter once for all. ::nd i:s I any that will thoroughly distrust," she observed; "her in the way ol fco. Sho wim n'!.." deeply in debt, pIm take rather a lo:i, tiice; and I think that memory may not be so short as you supnoon, tor Bluefield, Radlord. Roanoke. 12:04 BAFFLED tcenery, histor tc interest and Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Also (via was livimc f r beuind lur ineomo. nho while I am occupied in this way I had pose. Hut of courso I can givo you no train wrvicc It Roanoko) for Washington, Hageniiewn, tho I'hiladelpuiaaod New York." of the Chesapeake CONSPIRATORS. hated r.re notion thin tetrenehment. and better retire from the world, so tosicak." advice if you decline to take me into Pullman Sleeping Cars from Loul'ville to V . anJ Ohio K'r, folk via there than a husband "Do you mean that you will go into a your confidence. I may bo wronging voie Norton and Radford; also Radfor.:o which ptuti New ork, via Shenandoah Junction, also who ii nt rich nnd Mibmindvc. Shu fcort of retreat in the city':' you; yet it does sound to me very much Kad thro the battle lord to W ashington; also from Lynchburg to Rich lay back in her IusuHimw arm chair, fieldiol Virgin JJV M'.K.NOUKIS "Oh, no; one can't very well diviis-lear- . as though you wanted to avoid proposia and West Va. mond. fanning herself nnd conttmidatlng with One mint see one's horbes run; ing to her. You say you nro as Innocent Iralns (CONTINl'KI) ) and the raoit willleave lor Pocahontas, at Powhatananda flood, Bluefield daily 6 toam.Sio g a certain languid ainuieiiieiit the m. i o J and then theio will Is- - the shooting, and as a liaby which may or may not be the iictureiue region! of Ameri- p ru and i jo p ui. felupfield 6 to wretch before her, who lookid and, in Bhori, 1 don't think I need cut case, but it doesn't exactly accord with Leare im daily for Kenura and ca. The K. CHAPTER IX. uncomfortably hot and to whoso word myself off from other men. Only per- the reputation that you liear nevertheU the onljr Columbus, O. Arrive Columbuio 15 pm Additional train for Welch and Intermedial I) n ! n c Car she scarcely litene1. lady UKLVOIU SMKU.S A HAT. haps it would be wier more straight- less, you mustn't open your lips for anTrain. All the 5tation mon Elkhorn leave illuefield o p m and p daily. ".Shall I. or shall i not'' rlo wan forward, that iv to avoid tho society of other six montlis. Why six months through trams "1 artlicnted with It Trainsm arrive at Norton lrom the East daily at thinking. "Heally don't bclioe I can. lad lea for th.' next six months. Lady rather than three months or a year? All , I! i 40 p andc ao p m elccricliy and lor further At any rate, not yet: he in too ridicu-IouHelvoir, would you think it very odd if this is very inexplicable to me." heated with He.in. For lowent Kucurnlon Ratei Ac. apply to information as to achedules, rates. nno com Icie If the vorht come to tho woit I asked you to take no notice of mo to "I knew it would lie," sighed More-ton- ; acriit-.- .ildit-- information apply to nearrtt ticket road or to agents of Norfolk Western Rail W. B.ItEVILL. H Rv.n. he can nlwiiys k went for," Gen Paw Agt Roanoke, Va. liehave as if you didn't know mo, in "but I can't help it. I would givo I'atfeogir Asnt C Clncirtiali, O a..iitir.t Uriitral 15ut while ht wits thus mentally disall I iwssess that isn't much, to 1k sure fact for the present'' v poning of hini her attention was Midden-lSchneider, as ho put forward this to bo able to speak more openly to POSTED. arrestil by koiiic phrase of which he demand, grew very red in the jou; but the thing can't bo done. In .IF YOU ARE GOING., uwnle use and which bud nn odd sort of face; for he could not but bo nwaro of nil my life I have only loved ono womhit i once foiearni hunter, fishermen ana olhert not loiip.pau on our liuicW without per Niunil. What in the world was the man the insiifllciency of the reasons which he an" or umiion, a nil au.h will be prosecuted to the lull paying? "UtiNineM matters which lime had adduced in support of it. He was "Oh!" interjected Lady Belvoir. est extent of the law Signed: THE M. LACKOWirz. too long neglected alwdutcly "Yes, you may laugh, but it's true, all therefore greatly relieved to hear that 'I I). MCWI..ANU. tho same. Only ono woman; the others for me to look into my affairs, and Lady Helvoir would not think it odd W. H. HAYS. ('. C LYON. Jind out how I htaiul doubtful whether not in the least odd. were mero passing fancies. Well, I hope FRED I1AUMANN. 1 shall 1k able to we anything of my Is it that I am to lie allowed sho knows it, though she can't hear it "When K L. Will IE. friends for some months to come." to sjeak to you again'' she naked. "Did from me." MRS M A. MARTIN These wore confused and equivocal state- you say six months hence' "Not even when the fcix months are ments, nor was the manner of their "Yes: in January next I hopo to bo up? But iwrhaps that will bo a long Louiivilic 4 NacHViLlt R. H. 1893. elimination kiicIi as to inspire confidence released from my or voluntary exile." enough delay to euro you. I remember," i in the sincerity of the speaker. "Ah "Ah! And do you leally imagine, Mr. continued Lady Belvoir artlessly, "Lord Is the line for you, as its live," thought Lady lldvoir. in utter Schneider, that I Isdieve one binglo word Guise once saying to mo thntif n nun stujx'faction. "the fellow i trying to of what you have been telling me'' could be kept for six months from proILLUSTRATED. back out of it!" Make cloie connections at The unhappy Schneider hung bis head, posing ho would never propose at all. Harper's Magazine for 1891 will continue tp Kevcr in all her exitorience had such a and remained silent. Of course she didn't That would-ba most desirable state of maintain the unrivalled standard ct excellence LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI v mi ifii, i. !: li thing as thirf occurred to her bf fore, and Is'lievo him; yet, bince ho could not re- things from his point of view." l f7 7 For all points. the aLi-v hardly lwlieve her ears. In- veal the truth, what was ho to say? "I know it would confound him!" which has characterize! It from the brtrinnin? THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. Among the notable features .of -' she could f1h ear will be , "Uitoil-bustantly Mi SihucliLr, forgot all alxuit lVrcy BAGGAGE.CHECKED THROUGH She enjoyed his discomfiture for a few growled Moreton. Mi.fif. new rovelshy A. Conan Doyle, Contance Fur any information e.iquire of "But why confound him? It isn't he Woolsoti and William black. Short stories Lady IlHvoir'it wit, wlm h with, as Thorold and Lord Oui, aliout her seconds before she resumed: jut. a. iiicii. Agent, will lie contributed bv the most popular writers I ? innlMrriiMtueiit Or ami the re"Lord GnU.' is too clever by half, and who prohibits you from (linrpn thiHo of nnv woman in iJnj. Stanford, Ky. E. Wilkins. Richard W. W. PENN, Trav. Pass. Agent, sult', to which they might lead, and Yon would haidly obey him if he the day, including .Mary Delatid, Ilrander Matyou, my near Air. .Schneider, are not land, e!dom bM Iht t.i form Hardlr Da Is, Margaret Junction Cty, Ky yon othcir. The Int. ell, did. Ckr oiimuth wan it to Jut f thii her whole nnwtlicence to the study quite clever enough. How did he con- municative, since afraidnro so very uncom- thews and manyembrace articleslllusiratcd descrip. live papers will bv Julian new and I'm there isn't much on new Southern and Western subjects; by Ralph trive to extort that promiso from you extniordinary that her iiinithiV lini.rili! iittfiitioiis The that I can do for you, and of course, odore Child on India; by Poulttey Higelow on A monK milliouairo show and Mr. Thorold:" liiul Wii thwarted liy mih ji.nliifnimt Russia and Germany; by Richard llardinjj Davis "Oh." exclaimed Schneider, with juxt not knowing tho woman's name, I can't on a London Seavin; by Col. T, A. Dodge on CHESAPEAKE Mttdillcr, and Mry little doubt had hh(. ing nnxiity to l:nk himself clear of & OHIO judge of what your chances might Kastirn Riders; etc. Idwln A. Abbey's illustrathat Lord Ciiii. was tin-- culprit in ques- .Sybil, Lady Helvoir! This required indignntion. "if Thorold has leeii tions ol Shakespeare's Comedies will bv continher. Still, if silent sympathy is ued. Literary articles will be us" tion. The only thinij that r,he wns puz- liKtking into a great deal more than Mr. contributed by "But he hasn't; you betrayed yourself. any comfort to you, you can come to Charles EIlM Norton. Mrs. James T. Fields, Wilzled to for wn Lord OuiboV Schneider's afTaii-- could iLShibly do. liam Dean ItowclU, Ilrander Matthews and others The jxwti.-- or tho luckless St'lmeider It was that specified period of six months mo for it as often as you want it." t lKWtir to prevent any mail Philadelphia Moreton responded by a gently rewas. a ono must N'e, awkwanl that enlightened me. and my mentionanil true lover fnm hi tiiiKnihepleiu-ed- . HARPER'S PERIODICALS. Baltimore, New York, Ami what wni the i.ieimiiut; of that Mx and dilllenlt in a deyn'e far suni.isijiL' ing Lord Otii.--e was only a shot which, proachful look. He knew that Lady BelAnd all other Eastern Cities. that of lVicy Thorold. Percy, in decid I see, was a gissl one. And now, as I know voir was as well acquainted with the Per Year mouth.' limit' ing to nWnt himself for six mouths, so much, you may ua well tell mo all." name of the unnamed one as he was. Harper' Al.izainc J4 00 ShortcstJLine between Louisville, Lexington'ond Ono can hniipne fittiatii-ii- l opponent Harper' Weekly 4 00 i'.iZ I Eastern Points, j "Don't ask me." pleaded Schneider And had ho not just stated that be must Harper's llaar of nuitrimuin unrim; his friend to look had in fm t adopted the only admissible .. 4 00 a 00 for Mr month before leaping: hut ono course; when uno is forbidden to tqeak piteously; "I have let out a great deal bo severed from her for bix months by a Harper's Young People IN.EFFFCT NOV. ,, ,Soj leallyoniimit imaglui- hi friend taking to the woman whom one loves thero is more than I ought to have done. I am cruel fate? However, be felt that he Postage Free to all; subscribers In .the United mch advice. Lady EAST BOUND. Lve. Lexington therefore, absolutely nothing for it but to ily tho lsjund by a pledge which I rashly took could not conscientiously go any farther Slates Canada acd Mexico was jmrple.ed. though convinced that iHiuntry. Hut from But really I have no than he had already gone, so ho said: Schneider long before I ?' MmlMid Aceommodatiiin v ? .x ... c.. .: ... "You are awfully kind; but I shan't bo was de Imrn-- by various onslderntions, business to be saying this." mjkI no iHjrplox-itwas upon th VmI,I,I.I P Trie Volumes 6.10pm able to como to you for sympathy if I'm Numbers for of the Masaiine begin with the Mt. Sterling Accom , No. s8, ex. Suu not the least imiortatit of which was his "A pledge to abstain for six months w.ir a condition of uiiml to whirh blm June and December lor each car. S.ajpm When no time is mentioned, sutscriptions will befrom speaking to tho lady who you in Australia, you see." was neither diejHMwl to amlMtioii to enter jMirliainent. nir WEST BOUND. Arr. Lexington; "You will return from Australia, and gin lth the number current at the time ol re- Lexington Tho Scotch flection he would no doubt hardly dare to hope will accept you, and Mlbinlt, mIiu ixmld not diuTt her thoughts ceipt ol order Hound Volumes of Harper's Mag. Accom., No 7,ex Sun lo-- : but wi re he to follow up his defeat who is likely to 1h so keen about settle- on your arrival you will find me as from tho unsolved jrit.blrin uhen hhe azine (or three years back, in neat clotn bindirg, Loumille Express No. dally.. u.40pm as ever. By the way, do "you will be ut qy mail, post paid, 01 receipt ol j 00 Lexington Accom. No. it. ex Sun , by flight he would forego any suW- - ments:" 4 15pm jinh1 hlowly into her Iouiloir. where 3!r. per tolutne Cloth caves for binding, 50 cents Wstibuled Express No: "23. daily... 6. lepra .SchiiuMer lmil leii uiimssttal to await (pientclwiH-- that might offer of repair vii, noi any particular latiy," tiegan bold especially to Australia? If not you each hy mail, pst paid. e Solid Vestibuled Trains with Dining Cars. Remittances ing H. ami wotilit IIKewise he coiihidered Schneider, and then checked himself. might offer yourself ns a traveling com- Money Order should be made by her. N bus tranfers rharce of loes "I'm afraid mustn't answer questions," panion to Mr. Thorold, who is nbout to Newspapers or Draftloto ccpy thw adertismcnt Hail alio Wti Through SleOcrs from Lexiuglon without arc not eln to have iigned all claim uikiii the chanpe. without the express order of Harper Mart for Japan and California." Urothers of tho wire pullers. The com- he soul, with an upjieuliiu look. in.jght have tflk(ii imsre unite than nh Address: HARPER & IIROI IIKIIS.'S, II W FULLFR. (Ml. RYAN. "Oh, Thorold is going to.Tapan, is he?" It is certain, however, that he would illtl of kkt SchnetdwV nervous njcony mercial instincts which were his by right New York Gen. Pass. Agt. Ass't Gen. Pass. Agt., W ashington, D. C. of lMsrfslity would not suffer him to have Ikjcii made to answer just ns many said Moreton, and then bo glanced half . nnil tho inrubermo of hi Cincinnati, A it Whtu ln attribntrxl tltoM nyniptsjuih of make such a sacrifice a that. Yet, if he questions ju Lady Helvoir chose to put questioningly at bis informant, who pre1893. to a not unnatural can. hihI remained in lingl.ind, how could ho avoid to htm if he bad not been saved from served an impassive demeanor. Well, it really would not do to hesitate hiiiiMdf farther by tho endid not tnmblo to allay tknii. nutting IjuIj Helvoirr And when ho Let him flounder aud itmiible fur a met ln-- how cwild lh- avoid addroaMiig trance of Kutaco Mnrctou, who was an- and hint any longer. Fearing lest be ILLUSTRATED. wlill; it ww only right tlut heislnnild Iter? It was not n though site were oim nounced nt this moment. The two men should be led to betray what be lnd no of thnae ) people who lw to ton f xt.ut cuuariutw of liia at the end exchanged distrustful glances, and right to lift my, Moreton got tip hastily Tor. liowuver much one irsy of one Iottdou season nud are wen no Schneider, willing enough to bo dis- and made bis adietix. Ho did not say Harper'n Wet!Iy is acknowledged as standing England by the first among illustrated weekly periodical! in that he would to on-- ' oinhIi and mv t'ututv more uutil the opening of the next. She lodged lrom i io.sitiGn which had In Wkwt; that of the It tvrtain to lie at Doncaster come almost untenable, hastened to bid leginning of the t year, but be nl- - America.oany occupies a place between less tlnely cipatal one'MM'lf from worn 'outnnito wit- - no paper and that ol Hie nurrieu ami :vewiuarket--iiii- t to mention other his hotfN good-hIIo accompanied lowed it to be inferred that that was monthly magssitiv. It includes loth literature probable, and ho ventured to express a and ten. 1, and presents with rqu.d (ono and fclic lilactw than if she had Ik.ii one of the his farewell by a hok full of meaning, it) the real ev lit lory and the PERPETUAL YOUTH. hoiK) that ho would not be entirely for- agmame themes of current hi.On account ofim stewanls of the jivkey club, and in reiionse to which she smiled graof fiction. its gotten during his absence. Lady Bel- very complete .erics of illustrations "I the World's iKit to . Imt would U a futile ciously. Itmr AViiuian (nn llrlithi 1 li.'lr . fu I Fair, it will be not ool the best guide to the "Uood-liy- , as jireteuding not loace the rinuing isjt. Mr. Schneider," wild she. voir replied demurely that sho never for- great Fxrositlon, but also Its tot sousenir. Kv. ll.uiil 1. Cir.. In the grievous straits to which he was "I lKqe your election will go the right got her friend-.- , and when she took bij ery public event of general interest will be full A woman whi at forty is always taken illustrated in its pages. Its contributions being fur twenty-fligh- t tells the New York Sun reduced Schneider could hit ujioii onlv way, and if it doesn't 1 hojtotlie next one bund she g.ie it ;i very slight pressure, from the best writers and artists in this country, one pretext, which. feeWe though it was, will. Wualiall meet again sometime and which ho thought himself justified in re- it will continue to excel in literature, news and liow sln Imt joiHlifnhicw illustrations, all other publication of its cla turning. had jn- -t a shade of plausibility. It was somewhere, 1 dare say." binco she was righteen. She says: vventy n.ilesthe bnorte-- t to No sooner had he departed than Lady HARPER& PERIODICALS. quite true that his affairs demanded "Do you wnt to meet that that I hnvo nrvrr caUii a mt meat, tasted Belvoir made a gesture of ti iumph. He was iuimensely rich, and again' ad;ed Moreton in a diseatih-fle- d a drop of win or lrt ico watrr pae my Per Year: "I will lie oven with Guiso for this!" tone as bixwi as his jKirtner in Hl-Unen ahtvta, candies and hot his money was jarfirtly wife; thn 4t o she muttered. "The whole thing is as Harper's Magaaine ha 1 left tho loom. Harper's Weekly Michigan Ptints, ... ...1. ... 00 St. Louis, Chlcego, Imths nvohl like thu stilmic(. I rat he did not know by personal inquiry. Cleveland, Bull ale Detroit, 4 He liad liilherto lieeu too buaily engagcsl "Oh, I'm simply dying to meet htm clear as crystal. He foresaw what was Harper's Itajai People tho xituidcat food, exrrine eooroiouidy ludianapolls and tho Yest, c Haiper's Noting l in chiubmglhe ladilei' to ascertain again. What else could you expect? Ho likely to happen to these men, and he Canadr, Ne s L'ucland, and liavo diacovertl th PoMage I tee to all subcrllwr alive in tho'Uaitc! projwrtiw of ftnM. Lika all things tbeexvirl whinaUmU of his vast cani- - is so good looking and clover and refined made them swear by their gods that States, Call .da and Mi xko. Ncvs they wouldn't engage themselves to me and generally fascinating, isn't be? How renlly worth luiviuK, ono imvs a hwivv tal. aud win n a inun is thinking of Waihingten, Baltimore, PhilJdelnhu, it surely 1w!ioov.m him to put ever, J shall have to get on as lest I can until after a separation of six months. Iiriet to hold youth beyond the allotted Quickest tune loHarrodsbur, rankfort, tvv Thti'voluine ofihe We).lr begin with ftrst lima. If yon think my iwl Itj. hih things ship shas ilight not Lady liel- - without him. for he has just been telling Of cotirM- he w.if. sharp enough to make Number of lunuury of nacft year When the tint Richmond, VIRGINIA bhorleet and no Quickest line to mo that I mustn't count upon renewing the prohibition general. Schneider said is n etittone.1 subsi upturns uill begin with the color and smooth skin nre easily come voir is tmlncetl to understanil aud 'no particular lady;' and Dorothy Leslie liumWi turreut at the tune ot leceiptot erder. this delic.Kj? At all events hu tho rapture of intercourse with him by, yon ari niisUk.n. Hound Volumes has evidently leen over by a ears back, ueat of Harper's (Weeklylielor thrte the lieginning of next year." by i!y lirmJrfaat. alw will cloth bindti ca:n in ImhI, must make the attempt, Wkiim he shot which wasn't aimed at her; but mail o!agin paid, or bs expte, Irir of tent no altenisti'e open to "Oh, he has, has be? And what reason conaiaU of weak ten, a soft istne SOLID VKSTinUI.r.D TRAINS thro" with thin, could ivn-uprovided the freiclit ilos not exceed $1 per volthero isn't out change via Chaltatuoa, llirnilnghjm, Meridvtry dry toa.t. At luncheon I take huu. St this was what he was saying did ho givo for inflicting such a cruel intended to much doubt as to who was ume for $7 per volume. ian muking dinct connections en route for Kun be the victim of this diabol; Cloth caws for isich volume, suitable for plan ty of cold meiil, a fnah aalad, om when the drift of his remarks first dawn- bereavement ii'sui you?" will be ent by mail, poat paid, oa receipt ol vills, Ashcville, l.ynchbiirif and points in the ical plot. Very well, my dear Guise, ed nsn her: Lady Helvoir yawned. "What reaor two vRtahl's and autuv impl $1 ech. "The fact ia that I hare been a little son? Let me see; what was his reason? since you choose to defv ine we will Itemttanccs sloeld be made by Conicqnetitly my digestioa is fight it out!" Ordercr Drait to uvoiil tliance it W. iiavw out of onler, my cxnuplfximi in un- bit too careieaa aud easy going: I'v.i just Do you know, I am afraid I have forto cop this advertisernont Ncwspapits ie drawn checks wlien I wanted money, gotten. But perhaps it doesn't very Drotkoi.s. without ltiiesprek order u 'Harper varyingly clar and roay, and 1 bleep At Cfaattanecga for Atlanta, Colutrbus, Wllning UE CONTINUED. llO Addrea. HARPER ft BKOrilKKS, aenns& ten, Cbatlestcu. AugusU, Maccu, olght liour ont of tho twenty-fou- r in you know, and supposed it waa all right. much matter. Let us dismiss the ab- New Vurk llrunswick, Lake City.Tnouijsvilleiiild l'LOKI Hut a time comes when one feels that sont from our minds and give our attenilroninlaas repose. I'foro lotiring at DA points. Tv 1'iiury SlilcliiM. The oils line running solid Vestibules) trains with night I plnm0 my feet ami ifics up to there iiuM, be attend of that that one tion to tome one who has the merit of Following aro illustrations of &01110 of 1893. Pullman flvudoir or Palace Mcepinj; Cart to St. ought to And ont what means one has at being present. You bad an interesting tho lutoM in cold water to draw the Aus;uitinc without change lor any class of pas- one's disptsuU. and well, if it it Hues to confession to make to mo, bad yon not?" tho iliffeicntstitclien which overy woman ergersor Dugaaifc. blood from my In ad and ketp the aelma arj iontgnmerv, Huntsville, Decatur "Yes," answered Moreton gloomily; should tmiiPrstnuti, nntl, ns tneii 0110 is that, what settlements cue could make warm. Then I am thoroughly Florence, M'raphisand A It KANSAS pWin It, Ituendwl from head to foot in iitaaaagv in the eetit of one's Iteing called umhi "but since I saw you I have decided not iiniKirtant in its own field, should lie ILLUSTRATED. S!lort.t and quicke.t to Anniatoo, Selnse, Mw Im workwl with Uractiixtl until lie. Il.icrt concretions matte at NKW Ol fatbkrti. The graatdnj' iroa follows, to mnk aetthtneuts. Situated m I am to make it. 1 told you, you know, that perfect nccuracy.it fan LLANS without omnibus transfer for Qtslvcf tie JIany Indies inutgine Harper's Uatar is a journal for the home. It Houston, Austin. for I nas tounda and K)nmla of lnbricat the prsra is likely to la a loni'ish one. j vra. in despair men, ami now i am that it is iniiKweiblo to lenm from d give the fullest and latest uifoi motion about fash and I shall have to devote all mv atten twice as muJi in despair if that is iiiK uinuneni in 1110 course 01 a i . lessoue; to wuno it may be moro ions, and ilsuumwouv iUusinslions, Pans dls;ns TEXAS, MEXICO ANO CALtfOflh'lA. I nin not going to cut my throat, T)w nly ulmolutily a.jfo 5igu. nt I. tion to it; so that I'm afraid I may not sheet suppUeneots arc difllcult tlian to otlrs, but to nono is it anrt pattern home t)rs akcr and th pruftssiun alike to the lie able to roe much of my friends for liecause that sort of thing is so disagree(hl foahioutHl mutton auct. refiuilaind Theenl) through U c to Jacktevn and Vschikurg, makinst direct able lor one's relations; but 1 think I iturxMsible. Looking at tho ilhibtratioiiK ..I ruodisi No expense is spared i mak Its ar- Miee. , M.rHvcp. rt hlightly jierfnimd. Thia ahonhi k np sotte months to come." tistic attraclivcrs of the highest ordar. Its without oaiiiihus tr.usierfor D.illna. ernueetioni Fort Worth. a stitch is not going to master it. of bright siori Thia was the phrase which caused will go to Australia." amusing comedies and thoughtful Austin, San Attorn: , pliod from n vk to hwla with tn hand, Paso and points in tosav s satisfy all tastes and Us last page is famous "I can't imagine ..ly ono better fitted and gently rubbwl in no as not to atn-- ' Iady Helvoir t prick up her ear. "That as a budget of wit and humor In its weakly ism'IVIii"', ':' ''''"sSltf'i1 la bad news for your friends," she obfor the hardships of colonial life. When sues ivtt. thing s included which is ol interest to TEXAS, AHIZUN.MmCa, CALIFORNIA.' or aliiue, lmt leave a isoft, aatiuy women. 1 ha serials fur 1801 will b wiliten by It! ,Hi! do you start; And what made that unserved suavely. Under tho knees and arms an alter llesanl ari KiJun l.yall. Christina I'd "Ah, I wish I could think aol I wish feeling woman reject you, 1 wonder' hune llerntk will furnish a practical seiiea soli For thrnugh ran correct county maps aed lu qimutity is required; also on the tied "At thai uluL" Orace Kmr, Oltvc 1 horu. interiniion sal! tni A vent at Iuuction Clsv. Kv "You know very wi 11," returned More-tojoints, anch aa ol bows ami anklea. toiire-vo- some of my friends would miaa me a heeler will be ftv quest Miller smJ Cnndace 1 W. 1). fOZATT 111 ill'' ' as much as I shall n 'as "tliat sho hasn't rejected me, be The wrk nt woman Ih the Columbian or address I' tho least atifliioaannil keep theUslj hundredth Tuv Pass Atjt , J .11 lion CHy.Ky Kxposition will bo fully reprcsas.ttd bv asany I feel is that it's inevcame I haven't asked her. I don't for G D. MILLFU, TiWARDS. pupplo. 1 always sleep bet won blank, u tlieui! Hut wliat l "i T. W. Iliggiason, iu "Women end iii'ii'1' ( IrafFc Vanirr AT A., Men," will ulsnue a cultivated ntstlienca that iibaorb every jKirticlu of inoiatare itable. I'm awfully iwiticulnr about oue moment suppose that asking her .n 1.7" t ran. tho iKKly throws out, ami noxt morniug, these things. 1 don't know whether would have been any use; but I cant riARPEft'S PERIODICALS. aftorn tepid bath, wlieniiieal in plncwof you'll understand what 1 liieaii; it's a ask her now. Things have happened port of of honorable acnipulousuess. So which imiko that impossible." (npiiTiilpniii soap is lined, nnd brisk rub down with a Yenr: Scientific American "You don't say so! V, ould it bo wry Vt 00 Harper's Msuts)kisia. crash towej, my akin U as pink and long aa one can't i.ay just what one is fft Anonnu tV . Harper's Weekly 4 00 worth one is sail.ni, as it wero, under indiscreet to inquiro what things?" nubiivj fnr whito as an infant'. Harper's Dinar .. 4 "Oh, it wouldn't lio indiscreet; nothing false colors, don't on Bee?" is nothing more, I think, . ........ a ' Thoro Harper's Yustv People m "And when you liave found out just Hint you could say to mu would be indisUse United Postage l'raa tu nil suWcribeis to insist horaeback lidiug, at Me vice. States, Canada and walk every day, dancing what you are worth," asked Lady Hel- creet. Only, unfortunately, I couldn't least n wM J'M" o reply. I have got into a moss which I whonovor you can get it, and not Ipm. voir with pei feet gravity, "do you to have the tmn engraved upon a am bound to keep Mjcret; all I can tell two houra upont in tho open air. The Volume if the lUiar begin with the first than Number for lanuary ef tjchjoar. When no time rilver plate and to hung it around your you is that, although 1 am r.s innocent IllTION'HOLE. CAVEAVO. I'llllNCH KNOT. Sleop i:i a cold room with ample coveris mentioaeit subscripboas' will begin with the til a.VaH m4mr TRADE neck'liku tho label on an old fashioned n u baby, I am not free to confeas to Ono must nnn ono's self with needl", Number cuirciit at the tntut ef receipt of order. ing. vr1M3Br- - rscfaivfti MARKS. Hound volutins of Harper's llasur fur three deoantei? Or will you bo sa.inhod with you to confess to any woman, I mean silk and ti picco of cloth, and by a little neat cloth binding will he sent by eors back, No I'iiirlilnt; Sliork. vwriinwiiiii, u.Si sending a paragraph to nil tho news- how I lovo her." application of one's energy tho puszlo jnail, postageinjwld, or by epre free of expense 1 or inrnrmntlnn nnl freo Handbook writo to MUNN ti LO, lil Now Ehoon can bo worn with as much papers?" NKW V'OltKV "That ia very wi 1 and very mysteri- will toon givo up its myMcry. If tho piovidcd the freight does net exceud $1 pet volOl.leet bureau tor securing patents in Amerlea. $; per volume KTery patent taken out by u Is brought bcfnru wiso iih old oiioa if they aroBtuiTed to tho "Ah, Lady Belvoir, you think I want ous" observed Lady Belvoir gravely. first attempt ia not a success tiy again ume) forCases for each volume, Cloth tbo publio by uuotlco glvtu freo of cbargo In Uiu shaiKi of tho foot with cloth or papor and to swagger. Hut it isn't that it isn't "And will you never lh) free again?" mail, post paid, on receipt ol and again until tho stitch on your picco ing, will bo tout then patiently singed with hot water. really! Only events inidit wear I each. Moreton thrugged his shoulders. of cloth looks like tho ono in tho illustraItemiltali' es should be made ly Or if they pinch in wuno particular spot might, for instance, le thinking of mar-- j "Piaelieally never," ho ausweu-d- . hauci ol los. I tion. Thero is not a stitch described in Money Oroir or Draf' to av Larct)5t (irrulatlon of nnr rclcntieo paper In tho n cloth wet with hot water and laid riing mat is, it Newspapers are i could uiiroxo nopo 'hall bo freo in six. months; but wlrt is this article that cannot bo mastered with- wittwutthec pressnot tucny taisalvert unment cpicuuiuir lllustrato.1. No lnlellUent wuriu.pfcoulcJ order ol llarp. r llritlieta across tho place will cnuso immediate that I had any chanco of being ncccr k?il the good of boiii freo in six months? out further aid if n liitlo porsoveruueo it. Wivnklv. ::i.iiii inn f IM sixbe without Address ilflNNA CtX, UARPLR is IlRO'l HI RS, Addn.s months. enrt INew ork and lasting relief. And then tho lady would naturally with fc'he will liavo forgotten all about me by ' and patience are VUUiu.T), UIU Uroadrray, New York City. t J Democratic Thousands fljyy DirU-ions- : Harria-our- g, ) stain-merin- a 1 i J JL 1 r y i "1 NTORTH WEST, In-e- nee-espa- ry 1 1 Harper's Magazine. Double Daily Trains -- e - m -- 'ir fi Fenl-mo- rn sup-jtose- fl i. de-vot- 1 ith act-omi- t s iiulfiM-udfii- iiy RAILWAY.' Washington, g; r o wt-iit- , y ....,-.- '' " """I" xrtiUiil sym-pathet- io e Pot-oflic- (.trent-cupie- 1 A-- i Hpes-ch- die-iron r - Harper's "Weekly. dip.r h-a- m-x- I Qil&l '1 y. pie-teuiliii-K 1 1 iirfenl ani-ui- hl 1 bt mis-fortu- -- 4 pnr s.s-in- mar-ryiii- g York, Boston, 1 1 lie-fi- ne kiio-JIt-- i"d -, (,- NMW (IDISMDAKS. AB.'DJLIf.ABt) e bind-in,- pnd-dina- ;. loft-orTic- e it He. Harper's Bazar. illtw-trato- yi-a- ia-sibl- e. 1 j, 1 -- sur-fncex-tr- 1, j j u n, nt irt mm Hl'itWI s-- i jlip!i i 0m Vl v I Ir A . ox-co- pt 8-i- uin pro-los- .''jl'l ' I .tXJM r.A..o ,..,.. IVil-olli- UttOAU-.VA- 1 1 cf (vMt, S3 mm - . . -- . ic. M- - tjx.f .l! tvtJ. - ii tt -- u 1S1- - - -- -p V? wr j.s if t' ST1UKING NOVELTIES. THE GENUINE UM3RELLA SKIRT FOR THE PROMENADE. from Pnrla, liut Our Ircmnl:rr Are Adopting It Ilnililly Kufllc nml Flounce Will Trenail on Spring Oovnr, ' Mid They Arc Graceful Too. Tho most striking midwinter novelty in skirts to lw worn on tlio promenado is the genuine umbrella skirt, tho Now York Tribune says. This skirt, as it is sent over from Paris, has from Bix to nino pointed gores of even size. Tliis makes a Bkirt that i3 quito full at tho bottom, but is narrowed at tho top, so that it fits tho hips smoothly with no apparent fullness, tho gathers necessary to fit tho Bkirt gracefully at tho back being carefully concealed. A modification of this Bkirt is being quito generally adopted by our best dressmakers for walking gowns. It consists of eix gores and is a little fuller at tho back than is tho Parisian skirt. Every seam in the umbrella skirt is gored on both edges; therefore it is n to introdnco a piping cord or BOtno It Comm ' t r: i; i r H'n Nervous. When Mr. Dcpi-When Cliaunccy 51. Depew is nervous, ho is very nervous. He demonstrated this fact before a large number of fash, ionably attired men and womon in the Colonial club a few nights ago. flis apparent inability to declino to mako a speech had led him into booking two engagements for that particular evening. Ho not only pledged hinibolf to speak nt tho formal owning of tho Colonial club. but oho contracted to "pour taffy" over tho head of President Elect Cleveland at tho chamber of commerce banquet. Air. Depew evidently calculated that ho could slip away from tho banquet foran hour, perform his task at tho clubhand got back to Dehnonico'a beforo the speaking there began. But thiugs dragged at thu club, as they frequently do in eutertain ments which aro purely social. Mr. Depew reached tho clubhonso at tho appointed hour ready to step right on the platform and proceed with his part of tho programme. Ho was disconcerted when ho found that tho committco had not even begun tho programme, and several minutes elapsed beforo various preliminary matters of detail could bo arranged. Two formal siecches by officers of tho club preceded thnt of Mr. Depew's. and one of them was rather long. It was while this second speech was being delivered that tho victim of too much popularity began to fidget. He held his watch in his hand, moved uneasily in his chair, crossed and recrosscd hi3 legs and stared disconsolately at tho coiling. And finally that inevitable sign of an intense nervous strain, a yawn, escajied him. It was n relief to many of the assembled club peoplo as well as to himself when his turn came to speak. Now York Timc3. A Time Unll at tha 1'alr. timo ball to bo dropped at The tho World's fair will bo mado of canvas on a steel frame. It will bo wound up each day to tho height from which it is to fall, and it will bo set and electrically connected in such a manner that the breaking of tho circuit at 12 noon will releaso it. Tho cable by which it will b controlled has already been laid, connecting tho new observatory with tho entire Western Union telegraph system, tho touch of a button at tho Washington end of it instantaneously transmitting notico of tho hour over 350.000 miles of wire. When that button speaks tho whole 0 country will listen, and tho hands of electric clocks all over tho United States will point to tho correct minute and second. Thero aro 7.000 such clocks iu New York city alone. All railways, factories and industries of every kind pay attention to this bignal. Three minutes lieforoiioon each day all the Western Union lines aro cleared of business, every operator takes his finger from tho key, circuits aro opened, and at tho instant when tho sun passes over tho 7.1th meridian tho spark of intelligence is flashed to all parts of tho country. It h of a second to requires less than reach San Francisco. Tho 12 o'clock signal sent from Washington indicates 11 a. m. for Chicago, 10 a. in. for Omaha and 0 a. mi. for tho Pacific coast, tho United States being divided into four per)endicnlar 6trips and each btrip setting its clocks by tho timo of tho meridian which bisects it from north to south. Thus each strip is only ono hour later than tho nest strip to the cast. Washington Cor. Boston Transcript. 70,-00- ROBE OF THE NIGHT. ooooooo HALF A DOLLAR Wnttcau KtTrct. While tho uso of color is seldom seen la tho underwear of a refined woman, and colored silk underwear is a thing to bo nbhorred, a little delicate lino of color is sometimes embroidered on tho edgo of tho lawn ruffles that trim nightgowns and other garments. All tho fine nightgowns A flarb of Itrflnement nml Simplicity In FOR A POTATO. Tolmcco nml (Inlil on u 1'nr on tho Upper Viitcnn l'.lrr Alnokit. R. D. Miles, a visitor in this city, gives a graphic account of tho prices cum 'it for ordinary commodities on tho uppv r A TAIUS MC1HTDRESS. u ' TUE UMBRELLA SKIRT. M other trimming at tho gores to prevent tho inovitnblo sagging at tho beams that must otherwiso occur. All skirts oro cut with us pronounced a flaro at the bottom as it is possible to give them. They aro trimmed up considerably higher than they wcro at tho beginning of tho seapon, tho trimming reaching to tho knees or abovo. As many n3 seven rows of fur. separated by spaces, aro teen on somo of tho now fckirts. Bands of fancy galloon, ribbons and folds of black satin will bo used in rows in tho same way as fur on spring gowns. Small bows aro dotted on at intervals sometimes. "Whero tho material permits, ruffles of tho dress goods may be used. A new ruflle which reaches to tho knees, liko tho old fashioned Spanish flounce, is cut in n circular- fashion, somewhat after tho manner of a bell skirt. This lxullois quite full around tho bottom and scaut at th" top, giving the fashionable ilaro of tho season. It is usually put on with a heading of two or three narrow ruffles standing upright, or with aband of fur. A group of from thrco to fivo narrow ruffles overlapping each other is ahso used on tho bottom of light goods, such as the black or cream gauze with gny satin stripes. Let it bo acknowledged hero that theso full skirts are, lovely. They Ero becoming and graceful to the - aro mado of nainsook and other sheer cottons. Ladies who do not feci the need of economizing in their lrundry bills do not uso silk in any way, but prefer garments which may bo easily and frequently renewod, for thero is no concealing tho fact that tho much talked of silk garments, which have novcr found much favor among women of refined taste, wero introduced chiefly "for the sparing" of laundry bills. Tho picturesque pattern of nightgown hero illustrated is of tho simplest shajK?, falling full from tho neckband, back and front, though gathered into n watteau effect byn cluster of tncks below tho neckband at tho back." Tho material of tho gown is of tho finest nainsook, nnd it falls into soft fouls. Tin gown is pointed in front, nnd is trimmed around the neck with a wido doublo rufflo of tho material, which i3 embroidered in the palest bluo in n tiny Greek key design on the edge. This fichuliko arrangement forms a pointed collar at tho back, crones in front, as shown by tho illustration, and is tied at tho back by sash ribbons of blue. Tho full French sleovcs aro finished with soft ruffles, edged with Gre.r key pattern and bows of ribbon. Su a gown is sometimes embroidered wi palo yellow or ialo pink, and finishe with delicato ribbons in the samo colo nroiioiiilral Cakolrluc;. An icing for cako that .'. popul among French and Genii" i cooks a that is economical becaue l - calls for u eggs is mado from a half jMiund of pow dered sugar, a table.spoonful of boiling water, tho grated yellow rind of an orange and enough oningo juice to moisten it. Put tho sugar in a bowl, then add tho rind, next tho water and lastly tho juice, and uso at once. Suitable Tor Church. The cut represents n pretty costume, suitable tor a church or a calling gown. Tho material used is a soft woolen in dark blue, with a russet striio mixed with bluo and yellow threads. Tho yoko and cuffs aro of rmsct satin, covered with jetted net. Tho full revcrs aro of blue bengalino fcilk; tho donkey's ear bows on tho shoulder and tho girdlo aro C I one-fift- Yukon river, Alaska. He has returned from that conn-try- , where, ho states, there wero over UK) men at work during Mo last summer washing gold from tho river bars and rifts. Tho majority of them will winter in that country. "Well, I'll toll yon, I am glad to back to civilization again," ho said. "Gold is plentiful; in fact, it is nn ordinary trick for a man to wash out from $20 to 00 n day, but a man needs all that to hvo any way comfortable in that country, and ho has but little to show after n season of hard work. "When I left that country a trader with a small stock of goods was unking his way up tho river from some of tho coast trading points in a eanoo. In fact, ho had several of them loaded with provisions. He was assisted in his journey by half n dozen Indians. "Well, when ho left, after selling out his cargoes, ho had about all tho gold dust the minors had washed out in four or fivo months of steady work. "We ran short of provisions, and had subsisted on bear meat and other game po long that wo willingly parted with nearly all wo had to gut some civilized eatables. "Well, this trader his name was Emmons sold tho several sacks of spuds ho had with him at tho rate of from SO to CO cents per jwtato. a sack, nnd we "His flour sold for wero just glad enough to pay $. a jxiiind for tho very oorest quality of tea lie had with him. "Ho hail sotrrnl sides of liaeon iu his stock, which ho uispo-of nt about $1 n slice. A fow sacks of tho despised bean brought l u jiouud. " VYo had been out of tolmcco for nearly two mouths, tuul had drawn but little solace out of pipeful of dried leaves and mOf. When this follow appeared on th" rceuo wo took him to our hearts iu a benefactor and gave him ouncee of gold for plugs of tobacco. An ounce of gold brings $1(1 iu Alaska aud ifl'J at tho mint here. "Wo bought a hundred weight of onions, for which wo wero nsMfesed six ounccc ot gold. "I tell you what, wo poured out the dust uK)ii that fellow Emmons, and he had so much of it don't think I would like to tako the contract to inck it from hero to the city hall. "You tmiht not think from this appalling prico that we wcro starving to death. Wo had plenty of gameand flh, but that kind of grub palls on thu appe- honlcl bo without tlicnt. Their uso prorrnts uttaolcs of chills nun lover, Uatnbc"'f bilious colic, nnd i;lvcs(9 ihonystrmntrrnxliiio resist all thn impttrfi at- Attvllsofau Vmosnhrrr. Klcgnntly surnr-rontri- l. Frier, SSo. OOlcc. 3'J I 'ark I'luc, N. Y. Q m nn antl'bllloua nnd remedy nro uomicrnii in their onocts-- v in irrcinx tno ynom ot imiousurwjr ami malaria, jsu ono living in antl-malnrl- llmj Umt Pifs Malarial Regions Kh a jut iost ii Qciamr. II0I00090 BIST IS QCiUTT. A w -- AT- JeaseThompson'g Barber Shop, 1 hrre ate three of thp belt Ibrbtrt'itl thr Slate. etcr'lent lUlh Kcoint run ic conThere are ! nection Agent tor l.cvini:tn Sit am I.uuiiilrr. gt WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Romodios. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rrrf.rrj The most Celebrated Eye, liar, Nose, Throat and Chronic Disease Specialist in the State. FOR 20 YEARS V SOfiD KVKHYWllEllH. RUIUKpliOX.TlTUIR It". CO., OT.MiriR. ABLER'S BUCKEY E8 frO fa A mi uw ''" r&s 1 BSEHT CURES H8THIH62UT PILES. SURE and CERTAIN CURE known or fO yoirs aa tho BEST REMEDY FOR mPILES. uuis. ii. en., st l'rrpwt ifc $-'- 0 1 ht n( tr.inijctlic in Lincoln Cunn-t- y, LiikltHtt Khali U- .t Kentucky mlute of the tui-Htllif to hr it l v'04""1 the wllh ttipptracbtHg lit the Holy I Jo, pel and all il.all r 10 capital cl gravr Mock The OKpnrit on ihjll riHHicbr n on the firl day of Ictruary. ivi. HI yan h4ii )t Jarvarr .1". 1941 thall nm lor 'I he olhceraet th tuu(ircaiHa thatl (e two cl ! vim ti'trtbrr lili farm dsr ami Iheirlirm ol oilier hall tho Iwutd at .hall W hrkl It two )rar and the in the jntiujl icnri.l larclla; n thr fir. I SuMlay 'I lie amount of IHlrtnrllit. 111 lanuarv .ball at liotiivc crcl ! tha liiia txte ale at the rarpv ht innitdinK drbu rate ) roictt, u...l i.kiH u.l.lin. 11. In m ir.t mf rtrt.. lu t prut, tiy ot mtMibrt. tboll We lien. T) c 'iv ntl'i-ntrim- John', (.metric!10 ty, KeBtck ll - r Nolicr U Jicrd "" iernii-ril- , '' A iIijiiU M ruve qrei-- l l"itn to Ihaplrr t, anl rliCiuut Cot oiml n y !) t'ltitrtl Mlutci e ll on i ndiuft)t .f SjIJ cupoialioti thulltaur the name anJ ItSum! be Inewn hvi grllrtl J s Biimiihtovmiou 'J. S. APPLEMAN of M. D.. wmiM KN-tuik- HIE CtmiKATKl) j K'n .nuiit r.niiri , English Specialist, l'tolerof I'ra lurof McJuInt, Eloctrical lYlodicnl College, Ksroirtly - atOittahtim, i.ir.ioin Counptac K.ni lOKONIO, New CANADA. the ttii'iicd icnitii Kair)inc I'liyHcuncI I.Ol IsMLI.K. KV. 'lar Southern Medical Institute, trttr dcoo, Vill Dr bo at Myers House, Stanford Tuesday, Feb. 28, one day only. Returning !rry lour week during the year Aplrmani a rnUtll I ritn t trn H cori"ratr It ill swuti rs, Tho "lwys," houover, appear to have CONIWH IMst.ll, KUIN Kill II Kit. mado money on tho Yukon river lmrs. K IKAUH Mr. Miles Mntori that all of them have JOHN 1HSCH. r,Kir.r.itii:nr, "stakes," and he tsuno down to Victoria JOHN Al IIRrCIITSrAMIMM.V with several of them who had "cleaned on tnliciin l.ini.Hn Ci' , Ky, I)cn.hr up" from $12,000 tof&.OOO apiece. Kan iw Franciito Call. r . I Z. N Rl-ntll tite." ItHIN ItH R.itcretarj, MiMlNAI.r, KUtniNASU IIKIDUMIKAMI. cm r k OTSCMAMt. 11KNH ItlLDKItkAMir. 1 ibtt. 1 Medkil CoUrsr, .Sew trk City, ami the Rlec r'cal Medical Collrgr,Tnre.Hto, Canada. jaU a t,.ul itudy nt the ilitcant he treated in the rrrai Utile c and Charity llaipital rial y.i and rrc.nif cotu eriar in tHacntcintf and trntiRic ClirortiC lie dtete all hi a time to the troilmcnt of thronl'- - and titrveui diarairi of bnh init and hii illll at an eapert in UvtcuHol iiinii McliciiahlnhC'd Tuati.uc. Hi-h- it iraduatrcf HelltvHe llaxnit-a- l luna. frr crMlully, and Permanently Cures Catarrh. Ktar.tnc ill lUr rye, I ar, Ner, Taro.l Kidney, Unnarr and IlljJJcr trentltt I.nn. Dicw, Diatielf .. DiifirpiU. Ociti-paliut- i, 11, lln;h' Kheumalitra aud l'aralytit, Hpllfnyof cured. lita ouik or rnidule aged men ullcllnc (rem J per malorrnca, liiipcitcm , Hruptionr, the rtiUlu nl ftorore.ceir., h. .M call before It l loo lair Wt guranteea turvif iae hat not gene loo far ' Supcrtlii'iui hair and all rruptiona of Ihe lac permanently removed Ac le and Chronic Dcalnoi, Diicaiet t.f Turcot llliiikclf. ' ; I J QHACKIX'L AND BECOMING. last degree, and without crinolino will be everything that women of artistic taste and knowledge of their own capnc- ity for beauty can demand. I'uslilou for I)or;s. j ! The latest whim for the owners of dogs is to make thein wear shoes in tho house for tho purponaof protecting tho polished floors. They aro made of chamois with leather soles. Ylrjjlnlii IKCiiog. rimtocrnpliy In lliiiton. Boston photographers aro forbidden to work on Sundays any more. Tho city has so ordered, and tho chief of police has notified tho photographers that ho will enforce tho order. This action is seemingly tho outcomo of a general movement on the part of citizens of Bos-- , ton, who have made many complaints concerning the matter. Whether it is that tho beauty of tho Bostoniaus is deteri- orating sadly and they wish tho matter kept quiet, or whether other reasons are back of the movement, is not now apparent. Thu chief of police is "surprised at the revelations" of tho extent to which tho law against Sunday work has been constantly violated, although others than Bostonians might think ho should have had some knowledge of tho fact. A notico has been circulated- which embodies an act prohibiting nil manner of work except that of necessity and charity and likewise all manner of 6ports, games, plays or other public di version, and the chief of jolico says ho will enforce tho law. Tho photographers say their Sunday business has always been very heavy. New York Sun. - df of black satin ribbon. Tho design is a modernized version of an 18C0 costume, which is now the mode. Tho Now York Recorder itemizes tho eipenso of this dress us follows: 0 73 Dress material, 0 jnrds, at U Si Set ted net, 2'$ yards, Ht 1 To mako ono gallon of eggnog tako one dozen eggs; separate tho whites and the yolks very carefully. Beat each' until it becomes as light as practicable. Add ono pound of pulverized white sugar to tho yolks and mix thoroughly. Then add one quart of cognao brandy and a half pint of Jamaica rum, pouring them in a small stream while- stirring actively. Add half a gallon of rich i8 milk. Then add not less than of tho bulk of the whites and incorporate thoroughly. Tho remainder of the whites should be put upon the surface merely as an ornament. A largo portion of the white of tho eggs should always bo mixed with the compound to render it light and wholesome. three-fourtl- Crowing Snrca. The deer hunting days are over, so far as this season is concerned, close time on deer, moose and caribou being Jan. 1. More big game than ever beforo has been shot in Maine this winter, mid it has been less trouble to get it. Commissioner Stanley says that his son saw nine deer iu one day while out hunting in Dixfiold recently. The commissioner says that tho popular impression that moose havo not increased is erroneous. A veteran hunter has traversed tho whole moose country for tho game commission aud reports that tho herds aro larger and more numerous Commissioner Stanley is an inveterate sportsman and is death on foxes, but sajs ho never had tho heart to shoot a deer. Lewiston (Mo.) Journal. 1 he Moomi Not Iiennallno silk, IKi yards, nt.... Ribbon, 6 yards, at , Lining, etc Dressmaker, three iln9, per dny Total 1ft) OCO 75 3 10 1 H9 ,2 3(1) Iti 3 00 3 CO 7 W) $170 To Keep TortoUo Shell Clean. To keep your tortoiho shell combs and pins always bright rub with soft leather every timo they havo been worn. When dim rub with rottenstono and oil. Iled mom Slipper. , as told ou the The story of John ca'rs tho other morning, was highly by those who heard it. Tho man lives in tho suburb, whero ho has a growing family, and does business in Boston, wluro las commercial reputation is of the lcst. It is true that ho ha' some eccentric notions denounce, for example, tho tropical winter temperature of mil way curs, sjieaks as of tho practice of emptying li barrels in the public thoroughfaies as if it wore duo to collusion of the offcndTH with tho health department, and will Uilk by tho hour against what ho calls "the rubber fetich," much bowed down to at this timo of the year by who are ever solicitous about their feet. But he is very domesticated, and this in tie whero ho resides is held to atomt for his multitude of sins. Recently he made a bargain with his wife to du.--t three of her iarpets on cleaning up day, the agreement being that she should relievo him of tho rest. This arrangement was faithfully observed by Inith partie-s- , aud for three Mondays iu succession John went to his office with a satisfied But on Monday hint, his conscience. mind being unusually preoccupied, lie took carpet after carjH.'t from bis wife and did her share of tho work as we'll as his own, never stopping until the whole of tho ewpets had been dusted. On tho littlo lady thanking him for his exces.sivo7.eal, John woko up to what had hapjienod, and now ho vows to Ids friends, who rally him on tho subject, that ho proposes to suspend carjiet dusting operations for a fortnight in order to get even. Boston Herald. a-- C5 fliin' VV I rx pjHlHMiH pHMIMMB s iitiity j V jtvn-ou- s y never faillne remcdlrt Due. tea of uninrn,vuch ai I.ruccnthcj, jpainful .Menltiullt'i niiiiacenicnl ut Wecnli, Ibearlnr dnn pain III hack, lelicved in thlt time. The Doctor carrirv all hla portable Inorumeati A remedy which, If tuec! a directed n few and cumet prepared to ciamdic the mot uhacurc medical and lurgtcal uxeks befota confmcniciit. robs it of its .. UIIUTII.il. .V . .l.'MI .ll-- t . IIUl LHI,, PAIN, HORROR AND RISK TO 1 IFF n"",'"''' c',,n ui' '"d'e. CONSULTATION FREE of both mother and child, an thousands who ( hac used it testily, Anil Confidents! Addirai with J. S.'Ari'l.KMAN, M.D , "ltird two bottk of MoTlirM Khiinu unun anJ wih l.ouiivillc, Ky, marvelous results, the orde.l of chIM Urtli to who hat to pass thtouch will use MoTlliKi Kkibnii for a lew know lltliey werlult willrobconfinementof fJi m&sujfrriiit, ,icd insure iafttj to lift ef trnthtr and thuJr Who aro for tho first timo to undergo woman's sovorost trial wo offer Blood nnd Skin liNcascN. Ai cured Sjphili, 'frofula, blricture, GleTt.Mc, t ''Mothers Friend" (. tey di-'ri- et Montgomery City, Mo. by express, charRM prepaid, on receipt of irice.fliiOperliottle bold by 11 dtUKBlsts. Hook J o .Mothers mailed free. ISKAiiriELU Klculator Co , Atlanta, Ga. Mk.Sam Hamilton, fnt 0000 For , PAY S FOR 6000 WORK ! 3IYKRS iKH'SK Ladit-- s or Gci.tloinen riHult-. ! UEIVERV STABLE P. W. CREEN, Prop. Thn .tahle. wh.ch It run n $5 to S500 Cask? Ac M.nli.i.-- to I .'iccmiidifho(l (MiitiiitHioii ; ljer. ti II iiiie, lu Ikcii inppliiil with cunrccilnn with the ill uil'lition to n I liberal of tWCiltN ('! (lit A Ncv Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, a AImj rummer v ra and Ii Letter than ever nil "PI'1 tin putlic with prcpai.t Fmar-cLAs- GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SU8SCRIBEHS. bios of all. kinds. No A (treat City I'ur Sjudlcate. ISrcucli of I'rimilhe. The consolidators aro devoting a good Shu had flirted, been engage deal of attention to Brooklyn. Ono synHalf a score of time nud nutd Over every handsome man that crossed her lift) dicate has acquired "Deacon" RichardTill at length a poor old fellow. son's South Brooklyn system. Another Who was wrinkled, rich and yellow, syndicate bus bought tho Broadway sysAlOcexl this modern maid If thu would be Ids tem, and still another or ono of the wife. other two in disguise is about to gather liut she led him such a dance in tho great Brooklyn City Railway That he, nulte unused to prance company, which operates over a dozen UVe a bear upon a rope at thn behest , of tho principal Hues aud exceeds even Of a girl w hose uole desiro Was to try aud make him buy her tho Union railway of Philadelphia in CoaUy presento. ono cluy lert her like the rest. point of size. A syndicate has bought Straightway she commenced proceeding the Union Ferry company. Another is In the courts, nnd when the pleadings after tho Broadway ferry system. Two l!ad beon bottled. hy, her lawjcr "up and rival syndicates are trying to get control hollers" of all tho gas companies in tho city, and Of the lu!m to heal the smart Of a rualden'n broken heart. aro buying them up one after another nt And tho Jury nave her twenty thoueaiid dollars. high rates. Brooklyn Letter. James U. BurnrtU A TcihIit Oiiitii DNIIIiihliiiKil. AU. HUH.VS MmiaKir , whobo The queen of tho Sandwich deceased husband, King Hermann I, was and fortli on tho inside row of stitches .TAKK TIIK widening in the mid-dl- o a Dalmatian, it appears, has been alside toward you each time until you reach the top of ways very anxious to learn something of d way the relations of her deceased sjiouse, and the iustop. Crochet only across, backward and forward, as beforo, commissioned every captian of an Ausuntil you havo a piece finished long trian ship who visited her to inquire IftirrAfaft HHffrri-fr-TJenough to pass behind the heel of tho after them und send her word. At hisL g) to'JiiVitu mwAiBAaraCwiCACo M((b- foot und back to meet tho broad piece tho officers of tho Fasana, who reportel over tho foot, when you crochet it to- to the government on tho subject, havo gether on tho wrong sido. Then crochet leeii successful. But among tho rela- THU POPULAR AND DIRECT round and round tho opening to any tions of the deceased they havo found a .LINK TO.. height you require the boot top. Sew wife, or rather widow, who, as soon as sho heard how matters stood, declared the sock on to a cork solo after making a she would sue the widowed queen to n shell scallop at the top. tho private proertyof her runaway husband. Vienna Cor. London News. Nothing hut Rowna. By the wny, do you say "dress" wheu Iluliy 'a Kjfi Itiilneil by u Hose. you mean your outside garment? Yon A tamo dovo belonging to Andrew mustn't do it. "Gown" is the proper word. No fashionablo woman has any- Fnirchiltlfl of FnllnrHuurtr, Mich., Hew from tho tlovccoto into the honso iiml thing but gowns. alighted upon n cradlo which contained nn infant. No one was in tho toom exComfortable Seats. Vliitors, remeniher thn Motion ia the line, with Low chairs with cretonne cushions cept Mrs. Fairchilds. SIio, attracted by Vritlbiiled TraT. Dunn); Car, i'alacc Chair and low, short benches, also cushioned, tho baby's cry, ran to tho cradle and Cars, l'ullinan lluirct Steepen, at loweit rates. ar ihimivi id are "slipper seats" that short women, or found tho dovo i;ckin at the cliild'n Kor Information aildreiitty.'V TSS eyes, ono of which wua i tinctured and useindeed any women, find especially JAS. MARKER, O. P. A Chicago. mined forever. V O. CRUSH, I). I'lA., Louiiville ful. First set up chain for as many stitches as tho tip of toe requires. Crochet back I'enonal and proirpt attention civentu Weddmua I'artieaaud lluriaU. 1' W. OKKKN.I'mpneior. Isle-.s- Impossiljilities or liuorl!ii-ties- . Kvery thing Fair, Honorable, Plain iind Pusiiiro. St pnr..i nt in ilio ono-thir- F we elii Enquirer I of i uv '. r. urt! .iiual Coi.tcit nuoug t'ir h w'tk tlubs. ! il'Aii .5c11cy i'or the Vur.xr;v Nir;n::R h u pioiitublu luitiiifrs. It is I oli-tai- tiie " .f!uK) U-- in tl-- a buiiirc :i stepping-btouo NHTllWKST, WORLD'S FAIR public wtnlil to prcjiaro contact with tho to buMiiess fjitiiliiication end Hitinr piwporitv. Wo v.niit gootl Agent3 to solicit lbr ar'i fciiliicripticiis. c:ct:-.- i Tho iiiduccmcuts jjooii. ENQUIRER COMPANY,. OllWIlTiJATl, O. i mJ Foil ItBvr. My resilience null five Tiik oohl wave pretllutud ws fully vor- -' iutph o( Innil. John illwi, the inercnry going down to 15 Gibson. Tneii'iiy n'ght Yesterday wkb nil ort8 1!oahi)i8 axtki), ultW with or of n day. It Met' d, snowod nnd blow- 8tavkom, Kv., Fouimhy 10, lHftJt without rooms. Mra. Uuinte Ittirka. " ed nnd wh nil uroiiml dlsagrooftblo and moan. H km km h Kit .M, 1". Klbfn pityH tho hiih it.o. WAiTON, ManaRer ust nmrkut price for fura, oeef hiilup, kc, Tiik picturo nnd biography of our in rash. handROiuo nnd distinguished m lyor, I). V. Vandeveer, will appenr in tho PERSONAL POINTS. Fukvii Vkoktahlks. Lettuce, rndifh-oh- , in u day or two, .this paper onions, tlttli nml oystutH Mn. J. II. OAi.Vhiu, Stnuilnnl Oil in having at the roquoat of that paper mint at 1. llampton'H, Ficctor, in in to n, it his photogrnpb nml n uiite-up- . Mil. I. M. MrHoiiKitra wont to Loiite Hon D. II. Kdmiston lmHhunt us from villoou Ipj;i1 hiiNini'Mi WmlnuN.lny. Tiik L. A X. engineer have not struck Frankfort some Hurley tobacco seed, Dr. J. II. Oirau'.Y wtiiit to Louisvlllu yet, but a voto ia being taken as to tho which wo will plrtco where it will do tho Wi'iltii'mluy, to ho iron" Huvernl ilnys. adviFability of tho action, which will bo most t,'Ood Jas.T. Tuiutr, of Highland, linn hoon counted .Saturday. Olllcers of tho road nppoiiik'ri U. S. nml Fou Sai.b One light twodiorse wnyon hay there will bo no further concessundone Hot of waou ImriufiH. If not ions to tho brotherhood and that there Mim: Anna Ksid nml I.U.lo l)ryi, hold before will oiler publicly next court will bo uo Btriko when it finds thnt tho of llititoitvillc, hnvoh'uin viilting frlmuls day. Stephen Burch. compiuy will stand pat on its refusal to iucreiiFO tho pay of pnetengor enginheri'. Tin: lecture will beuiti promptly nt S eers. Mim Kutii Ki.i.kiwo.v, of l'ulaiki, Is evening, ho uncut ol her rotative, Mr. .1. II. Mc o'clock, Holar time, A Tkkhihlb Ciiakuk. Sheriff J. L. nod wo nre reriuested to nsk that tho A lister. Manning, of Whitley, delivered to Jailer Mu. Klijaii Witiikkh, of Cincinnati, Ih audience nhnll gather before that hour. Oweno yiHterdny morning John l'axton, horu fceeiiig after IiIh farm anil other Fakuih kt II Minis nre iticrtuiHirJK the who is indicted for tho murder of Miss sliolf capacity of their store-roonnd in Bryant in that county. Paxton )8 from Mm.0.1'. Huaciiky. of I'inu Hill, other ways Improving and beautifying it. Hast Tennessee and if ho were tried on nient Hovurrtl ilnys with hur mother, Tho of II. J. McllobortH is hit lookB alono bo could bo convicted of Mm. Win. Welsh. also tindernoinK improyemento. nny crime on tho statute books. Tho Irox Fish hai Ihjoii lvn tho nwilst evidence against him on the charge of CitAi shooting Is n favorilo game in nnt aKent'H place hero ami llirney Fish assault and murder is circumstantinl, the Milledguvillo neighborhood and crap will work eitr.1. but of so strong n nature ns to make his Miip. W. K. Ci.kiand, of Mercer, is shooters ncoin to be us thick thero us viguilt nlmo.it certniu. sjiiite nick at the home of her daughter, olinists are supposed to bo in hades 9 Deputy Sherifl S. V. Menefeo nrreflted a Hkchmtinci. Capt. Jos. Garrard, of Mrs. A. 0. KoAtlanil. IthT. .1. II. Julias is in Taylor county numlKT this week, but nil save bond for tho Uth U. S. cavalry, stationed nt Fort Uobinson, Neb., was here Wednesday lliid week, soliciting nuhscriptlonsforthu their appearance nt circuit court. I' nnd yesterdny recruiting for a colored Janiu Wanh Institute. Ouu spring stock of ladies' nml gents' cavalry regiment. Tliero were eight or MlHHK? JKAK AN1 MaOIIIK Ul'l'IIANAN shots is in splendid bhapo and wo nre ton upplicunts, hut only two passed the went to Louisville Wednesday to vinit constantly receiving our while goods, examination, John Varnon nnd Tim Mm. John A. lUldeuian. lncr., embroideries, Ar nml have added Kitiblow, the otherH hnving dofectivo Mim Ki.la Ukay, who lu heen nice lino of Indie' muslin underwear, vision nnd other defects. The ngo hns Tom Coulter, retnmed to her a Indies' wrappers in penangs, Henriettas to be between IS and IX) and tho weight homo in Itoylu Wednewlnv. ladies' cloth blazer suits, thnt we PJ5 to 105 pouiids, with chest inenBuro-ineu- t Mm. J. S. Itue went to LouUvillo yen and intend to Bell cheap. Wo will Ball you eijual in iuchcH to half tho height. terdny mo'iiinn nml will o from there these goods ready made fur whnt the During his stay in Kentucky Capt. Gar-nto vinit relntlviH nt Cavo City. woods would cost you. Come nnd neo. has enlisted 711 men, all colored but Mit. Lucy Hiiodks, the handsome Hugbed&Tato. , 13 and tliey are wliito nun from Laurel formerly of thin widow of Dr. lUiodt-Hcounty, but now of Lebanon, wm here TiiKcasfof Mr. Howi Kohon, who and Clay. Capt. Garrard has been in farm nml oth died in n I)iiisviilo mnison do joie, ;s the N'rvtcts over 20 years and is h typical Tuesday looking aftur her r inattern. dill attracting a good denl of attention in soldier, bting of tine figure nnd u d in iiiunners. Tiik many friomin of tiVn. T T. Onr- that nty, nnd tliH newnpapra nio determil will lit J.ul to know that he lias mined that the mutter chall be sifted to Supply the Missing Words. weathered the ntoriny fipll of tiicknuMt tho bottom, notwithstanding th ituthor-itii' Our offer of a year's subscription to that threatened to wreck him nml is now fteem to wish to biinh the whole convalrMiug. rapidly thing up. Mra. Rohon's maiden name was the Intkiuoi; .Luminal nnd any periodiMis Maihimutk Inkxlh, of IVtrK wtio Weaver and not Slieater, hk the typos cal that nifcy be selected, to every one jil)nnrel often during lant macoii in mado.ui say. Her Is now sleeping sttppl)ing the missing words in tho below, is drawing responses from hie role of I'.irtliimn in "InRonur," will in the earth of her Wayne county Company in home, but it will bo tunny a day before far and wide. The offer alo includes a join tho McI.wui-I'rwo- U gold piece to the one of the Virginia in hIhhiI tno weeks. Sh litu the talk of hur ptrungo death will end. jjoosl enagementa otfennl correct guewcis who shall draw it. It had foveral Axotiihk burglurv Ims been added to is ojn till .'! e. m. Thursday, 10th, bar for next MaMin. Mibh Insels la well known in tho Weft l!nd of this county, tho long Hit in Stanford. Monday night and the answer, with theiuunra of those entrance, whs wheru he hai frt'ijijiMitly viaitiil. into (no who hae correctly solved it, will be of S. II. Shank by prizing off the printed in our issue of next day. Of the CITY AND VICINITY. rear shutter with a chit!, nnd about HI letters received Wudmtjdtty.all but 10 $100 worth of overcoat and other cluth were from those who wished to enter the Tiik ohtckeii pox is epidemic heie. Ing stolen. 'Hie till was nlao tappod, hut contest. '. e. W'm uot considCahi.oai) of PCOll ohU at V. II. No. I. Bl tlmro wer not over $ in it. The ncauip evidently didn't aire to end Mr. Shanks ered desirablu at tho Minneapolis Nata Iottur, as he left "" ents worth of ional lJepublioan Convention by a maSki: Dunks, tho Jewhir, In th now stamps nnd 10 contR in the drawer. No jority of tho delegates. lok. 1. 0 B That which u ciui has lwen ilinxnttti, but Marshal nnd Ht-li- Nowlnud says ho is coins to stop the every plain woman would desire to Youu nccouut U ready. Call btiMinen- -, if ho has to stay op all 'of ovI inunii yon. A. It. Penny, One who servary night. It. Cle Timothy seed, red top seeil. oats and G. Blaine for tho ed to detent James Nim Stoiik. Messrs. B. M. King and 'millut at H. Wenren A Co.'s. Pnideiicy in 1SSL George B. Fremiti will open at Morelnnd o gh. A result usually caused l. To Kmst. Olllcu in Lmkbiou Jock in a few days u full stock of groceries by a current of air or draught. sal building. Apply to W. P. Walton. nnd hardware, to be followed early in 5. II -- r. That which you can one birth to the Hpring with a line of clothing, gents' get five thousand of by winning the firot Dr. L. It. Cook Iibs only furnishing goods, dry goods, millinery, prize herein oflered. report this time, a girl at Mr. Tom Dacash or pro Ac. They intend to do (!. r as. Something that foolish vis'. duco exchange business and tiro going women who lovo display sometimes Lost, a nuiall valise. Finder please to soil so low that it will bo worth rid- spnd too much money for. Something that pugilists i 7. return to James P. Bsiley and be ing many miles to buy of them. Mr. are always lit. willing to do if there ia monKing was here Tuesday and engaged ey in it. A man whose 8. Ha ri space in this paper for tho balance of tho I)8T, in or near .Stanford, f UV, mostly year to tell the people from time to time name is almost constantly in newspapers in f'JO bills. Finder will be rewarded by to California attracted how low they nro selling goods. Give and whoso trip leturning it to Peter Straub. meat crowds whenever lie appeared in thorn u show. public. i I), tu e. When of beauty nnd Ukv. Joux Bui.i. Giio.v has rented Mils. Lmma Hood, of Httriodshurt!, value servis to improve, beautify and lot nilvertiscd in tliis hta houo ami distinguished herself by shooting 'it nnd adorn and brighten any home. to Mim Cottle Thurmond at J20 a ProbVic 10. Qu- -o running oil a negro who waa trying to month nnd ho and his family will board negro hud ably better liked acrofs tho ocean than break into her house. If the a little nearer town. by "most Americans. known, however, thatus n general thing "These have sent in answers since last Tiik will of tho Duke of Mulborough a woman cannot shoot any hotter than issue. Tho list doe not include n numleaves nearly all of bis unentailed estate she can throw a rock, ho might have ber signed "Jack, tho Dullard," "Jim, to his widow, who is a daughter of Com- kept on with his breaking. FsiiHually tho Penman," "Yubadam" and hucIj modore Price, born and raised In Gar everything vino ia in more danger thHii other answers fron would-bfunny peorard county The amount H stated nt the object aimed nt by a woman, either ple: with a pistol or a rock, and so it proved .1:152,70:5. i Dr. I). I., lrje, Klrkillo. 7S Mr. Sitlie It. Youiik, IliKhlaiut. in thia caso. A plate window in a neighMi$ Maltlc Oresh.im, Milleilsevllle. Oun patrons have a chance now to bor's house, almost in an opposito di77 Mr. U'wii DuJilcrar, liillierr Creel. show that they can pay their subscrip- rection from the negro, caught Mra. (. W. Martin, Maywooil. 7 Wo tions without being dunned. Hood's ball nnd got smashed to smither-ccua- . 7g J. A. l'"rye, Huttonville. many will do ho, should like to boo how to Mitt Mary I.. Hunt, LuxliiKtun. 81 Mm Mninioil'oM, Sunlord. in tho absence of the business manager. Lkn TK, the negro chargeu with tho tt Mi Margaret M.Tomlinson, I.JlicaMvr Drop in county court day ;or any other Sj No n.tmc, Corbln. day you may bo in town nnd settle. Wo assault nnd minder of Misi Bryant, in Mii TIM? K. Slianlj, ltowliml. for Whitley, has proved befoio a jury of tho are always to bo found in our office Ss Mitt Xiiuucrle lMicnjo, KowIjihI. vicinage that ho did not commit the v Mm Colloway, Junction City. that purpose. . 87 Mrt. V. frank McKlnney, Stanfont. ciime, so we learn from a dispatch from this SH W, y. i Or : hiteverybody in Prof. section Walker Mason, Iv)., our attentive Wil.) W'ni. C Moore, Stanford James liamsburg correspondent. The danger time that knows by 90 Homer ('. Wray, Stanforit. lledley will lectuio nt Walton's Opera of mobs banging innocent pooplu is li I'. W.'Carter, Stanfonl. Snturdnv, night on shown in this case. Tyo wad tuken from House 9a Mitt lli:i l'otter, Stanford. .jl MitJeio M. Welli, Stanford. tho "Sunny fc'ide of Life." Tho lecture jail and hung up till life was nearly exClarence 1'.. Tate, Stanford, (i) tho highobt terms by tinct and on his still protesting Ida innoHpokenof in ,5 D. C. Allen, Ml. Salem. people and it iB earnestly hop-o,- l cence ho was returned to jail. Afterpress and d6 T. I. I.iwton, I.iu!tltlf. . that tho attendance will bo such as wards tho mob thought it had obtained ,7 J M. Hayden, Willlaiu.tiuri.-ya J.imenl) Shelby, J uiilIiuii City. to'eucournge those who have gotten up ndditionul evidence and it being rumor..j KJ Koehler, llauimock. tho course to persevere in tho good work. ed that they would again take Tyo from mo Mits Miimlc I.ea Arnold, I. ancatter. jail, ho was ordered hero for B.ifo keeplor Mrs LIie Haukim, llustunville. Tiik Danville Democrat Iihh departed ing, ho staid in jail a day or two and to W. II. l'orth, llrontton. this life. Bro. Fox is a good writer and reports reaching Judge Varnon that a ioj Mist Oora C'trtit, Somerset. 104 Mim Ulna l.utU Anderson, l.ancatier. mado a most readable pnpt'r, but ho did mob would come down here for him, ho 104 Dr. J.J. llron, Mt. Vernon, (a) more about printing not know anything was ordered to tho jail at Harrodsburg. ioo O. S. Hiatt, Mt. Vernon. and the ways of printers than Adam's Suspicious characters followed him to 107 K. J. llrown, Jit. Vernon. Sandldge, Stanford. off.ox, and tho reeult is na was predicted. ioS that town and Judge Hughes, to bo on io.j MUs Kllie LeeJr., Lancaster, KufuiMost, In addition to this, tho Advocate has thenafo side, sent tho negro to tho no Mis Cora KiiskII, Hubble. such a strong hold that a eecond paper Frankfort jail. After all this tho nogro in Mi Jennie Cooper, Stanlord. live in Danville. has never been nblo to is returned to tho bcouo of her crime and in Miss Minnie Kirkpatrlck, Maywuo.1. Wo are sorry that Ilro. Fox has failed in acquitted. Lynch law ia very danger-ou- a Mr, lien lloluclaw, l'reachertville. t)avt,i Million. make tho Democrat a 114 K his ambition to to fool with and ought never to he im Mrs. J. I.. lUriHn, Corbln. shining'.ligbt in journalismbut hoiieen-oiblresorted to until all other means have n' Mits Jennie Cerum, Ilarbourvtlle. in quitting when ho is certain he failed. Sttnbrd. H7 MmtnulyU Alexander, has enough. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal nl C. 1). Powell. Stanford. IKt-I- I bus. ng Mrs. KaleZellr, NotdejvUle Ind. no Wm. Hitter, Junction City. m Will nm Wllon Oren, Junction City, (l) J. A. Carpenter, l'erryvillo. ia Mitt Sarah Hilton, Jtinttion City. 124 II C. I'cdifto, Slinlord. (j) 15 Mm. licttlo I. A I ford, Stanford. 116 Mits Suto A. Coolcy, Stanford. ii QplTotf tHi tlJf n infill' Arc some of the Har;ains nt the New Cash Store. Ladies' and C loaks that must go. If not at our price, we will take yours. A lot of Winter Clothing that Misses' I m m store-keop- au-K'o- r. Htore-roo- m m Mits Mary Slcclo lUilor, Stanford. Wm. II. Kennedy, Hustonvllle. ' 12; Sam C. Carter, Kingstllle. ijo Mits Mary V. Carpenter. Htistonvitle. lit Wade Kennody, Huttonvillc. j MIm I.uic Lone, (Jllterts Creek. 131 .Miss Allic It Itrown, McCrcary. ij4 MUs Annie llaker, Kin);tvllle. 13S A. M. Teams, Kmtviiie 13$ Mrs. Mary K. Murphy, Kinsuville. 137 V.. T. llrown. Nemo, l'cnn. ijfi Mn. K. G. llrown, Leavenworth, Kanstt. 139 Mits Annie Trlbble, Danville. 140 Mis E'fie Thurmond. Junction City. 141 Mitt Annie L. Irham, LsnunR, Kan!a. 14a Albert I'luienco, Cumberland Gap, 143 Mits Annio II. Woods, Stanford. it Miss Nellie Carr, Terrell. 14; Mits Salhe T. Chrisman, Silver Creek. 146 It. C. 1'ediKO, Slanford. 117 K. T. Kmbry, Lancaster. 148 T. A. KlVin, Lancaster. 1 149 J H. Ihuroian, Lancaster. 150 James Maret, Mt. Vernon, a iji .Mits llettie Carson, Crab Orbhard. isa Miss Stella Stephenson, May wood. '53 John tliadwick, Crah Orchard, 151 Miss Dcstia Albright, Crab Orchard. Mits Martha Ilolman, Crab Orchard. 15 156 11. J. flethuram, Mt. Vernon. 157 Miss Mary Albright, Crab Orchard, ij8 Mma Sarah A. Thompson, Itarbourvlllv. 159 Mrs. A. Underwood, Rowland, 100 Miss Annie Pence, Stanford. 161 I.aurance Rote. Louisville 16a J. U. Guthrie, Perryville. John T. Chtlf, Campbelliville. 164 Cletland Kastland, Stanford, a) 165 Miss Louise Eattland, Stanford. iSf Mitt Hstio Ilurch, Stanford. Mr. Tharp Is Another, Says Mr. Vharton. A wkbi or so Bj-- Mr. John M. Whar197 til 1 MUST SOLO Come and look. We will not give prices for fear they will not be your prices, and they must be sold. We have a few Comforts and Blankets left that wc can not carry and any one in need of them can get more than their money is worth. Wc have a remnant box for shis week that it will do you good to examine. We are constantly receiving our White Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Lace Curtains, Lace Hcd Sets, Table Linens, Napkins, &c, &c. We have just received a nice line of Ladies' Muslin Underwear, Gowns, Skirts, Pants, Sec. Come and see them. Our SPRING : SHOE : STOCK I' Both ladies' and gents', is in splendid shape and we beg of you not to buy until you sec us. "Low Prices, Quick Sales and Small Profits" is our rnotto. HUGHES & TATE. A. C. SINK ij o visit-iiiM- r. Ches-tertl- e - ton said in tho presence of.an attache of this paper that he had Bold a pointer pup to Kbv. Wallace Tharp for $3o. Ho tlid not hlato the time nnd tho inference was thnt it was a recent transaction. Tho con vernal ion was reported to tho editor, who thought the matter of enough consequence lor an item, to show the price of dogs, if nothing elso. As soon as tho reverend gentleman .stiw it ho wroto at oncts to Itev. W. K. Ellis branding our informant an "an infamotiB liar," but Mr. Wharton seems to have turned tho tab les on him. Somebody is mistaken in the matter and we lenvo tho public to draw its own conclusions. (To the Editor Interior Jvurnal.) I mot Ilev. Wnluieo Tharp nt Mr. A. W. Carpenter's last fall nnd he said that ho wanted n i;ood ilnj;. I told him that I had one and d cntied tho dog to him. He offered men shot-gu- n valued nt i2o, & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. J. N. MENEFEE Our facilities for giving the greatest values lor the least outlay, arc unsurpassed. Wc Carry a Full Ldn of Builclors' Supplies. BUY THE CELEBRATED bly bou-tenc- efl VULCAN Chilled Plow. ten-dolla- r 'tletl Mtorn-roo- in Ilig-gin- . e. e. 11 provided he liked hint I then sent the at Cnrlhie nml received thin note: "Mu. Joiix.M. WiiAitTo.v Dkar ''m: Dog came nil right. Will try him as soon ns I havu a dunce. If he works to suit his looks I will tnko him. Will let you hear as soon ns I can. His fcot looks weak; I dn not know that this will aiTect him, though. Kcspt., Wallack Thai:!'. Ciirlinle, Ky , Oct. 23, 1S02." 1 did not hoar from Mr. Tharp for S or 10 days. In the meantime I had several persons to ask mo what had become of tiio dog, and I told them 1 had sold him for J:J3, expecting to get tho gun. I then got a letter saying that tho do;? lr.td been iu a fight audtgot his leg bitten nnd it wn? swo'l-'an large as a man's arm. Mr. Tharp then said that he could not give me tho gun, but wtuld give me a pintol, worth SI2 50, and a box of and $3. I this otl'er, rattier than take the dog back iu that condition. If Mr. Tharp denies this, ho is a 1.1 a n ami the truth is not in him. IJespt., John M. WiiAiiro.v. dog to him Every One Warranted Olive Points, three for $i. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. j A (GrJlSJiSAT -- Will begin HMm at- 1 SAjLHU TheCasn Bargains tore cart-ridg- ep Friday, Feb. 3. Every pair of Shoes in the house have been reduced for this Special Sale. Babies' fine Kid Shoes, to 5, at 50c, worth 75c; child's 5 to S at 50c; Misses' S to 12 and 12 to 2 at 75c, worth 5i and Si. 25. These goods are j'ust from auction. Ladies' fine Shoe from 75c up; Men's from 85c up; rubbers at bottom prices. 150 pair of Men's Boots at cost. You can afford to buy these goods now and lay aside for future use. Sample Shoes at wholesale prices. Now is your time to buy. C5J"Don't fail to get one of those handsome Portraits before it is too late. w We have three letters from Mr. Tharp in our possession, which substantiate B. F. trOMJSS & SOXtf, Opposite Coffey House. pu-l- er the above and show that his original proposition was to give Mr. Wharton the gun for the dog, but declined to stand to it nfter tho dog got hurt iu a tight while Ho then mndo the in his possession. which Mr. Wharton accepted rather than pay express charges both ways on tho dog. Wo are not disposed to pursue tho matter further, but when Mr. Thar), or any other man, hurls tho "infamous liar" nt any one who gives us an item, wo shall always give tho accused a chance to himself. de-feu- d FARRIS & HARDIN, .Dealers In. e Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Queenswaro, Wagons, Plows, and Most thing in Farming Implements. Any- NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. DR. JOS. HAAS' Hog & Poultry Remedy toi-itpi- McKintiVi-slJufortt- . Used Successfully Fifteen Years. Will arrctt tlUciic, prevents Jiteac, cxptlt worms, top coujh, Inereate the llcsh and hasten maturity, l'ricpt: 4 $3,5", Si.jj and 50 cctitk per paclago; can ft 50 inc large! packages air tni cheapest. I'or tale by A. K I'R.VNV, atantnrd, Ky 97- - NOTICE. all of the it'll and personal now ULilcr my lotitiol, coimumj; of u pruu-rtwell selected I offer at piivate Kate Stock of General Merchandise, Iu my store room in the town ot Crah Orchard, alto tin' two-ttor- y New Stock, Latest Styles All Shapes, Sizes From 6 2 to 71-- 2. H. J. McROBERTS. 1-- 1 1 Brick Store-Hous- e I Occupy and the Farm Upon which place, iihout I Vi K- - e J. l.ancatterand Crab Orchard turnpike, cotiUininf; about too acres. This i all desirable properly and will be told at a bargain, t'otsettion Kisen immediately. All pcroons I have claims agalntt aro hereby notified that they must make lmmedi-at- e Full corps of Conservatiry sml Noruvsl School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, J- - KHA I LEV, MKr., settlement. Crab Orinar J, Ky im An Fx.e'lentboardlns department Catalogues and lr;ul.ir furnlthet on application "'He from Crab Orchard on the now reside, know n as the Graham Stanford Female College. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Spring Session Tuesday, January 24th, 1893. Muic ind - (4,-W- J vm j w W'ifv-Mfmm- !f wttnpnsnww mmUmmimmOSmimam r'Trt-mtKn'mt- tifimffnwf" Vtt- -, T" 4 Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourna: AT FASHION'S DICTATEG. THE CONQUERED BANNER. Full tint banner, for 'lis wearv, Round Its staff 'tis droopiuif drear); Furl it, fold it- -It Is hot; For there's not a man to wavo it. " And there's not a svun) to save it, one left to Uve it And there's not Satin ball gowns having tullo shouldsr ubllsbed Every Tuosdny find Friday drniKjries. Sti Flonncre and feathers forming graceful Alsatian bows. Heavy lustrous satin for cntiro dresses and combinations. CARD. K.L. LOCAL TIME Visiting drescs combined with velvet Tram leaves Rowland at 7 00 a. in., returning stitched on tho edges. 5: jo . m Heavy silk Genoa and guipuro lacoa L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. for millinery purposes. iloire lamb, for entiro sleeves nnd ., 11,37 pm att train going North ..... ....... ..1 J3pm other coat and dress accessories. ooutn, . 11 Ji pm Express train ' South Long nnd short black velvet coats .. ..133 ID North ..7 inn trimmed with fur and jet galloons. Local Freight North 5 3Pm South. Silken petticoats of glaco brocades, The latter trains also crry passengers with black or whito laco Th above iscalculated on standard time. Solar trimmed will be charged TTM --I T It V Kl rWhrn not aopaid $a.GO p: IC A .A DVAN cac ing toilets. Shot volvot for ologant homo or even- In the blood which heroes gae it, And its fiH now scorn and brae it Ftrl it, hide It, let it rest. ery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds Is guaranteed to give relict or money will bi paid back Sulltiers flora La Grippe found it Just the thing and under its use had n speedy and perfect recov. crs. Try a sample , bottle at our expense and lenrn for jourself just how stood a thing It is 1 rial battles free 1't A R. IVnii) s drug store. Large site jo cents anu ;i. It will cost you nuthing and will surely do you good If you have a cough, cold or any trouble with Dr King's New Discovthroat, cheskorlung Ii'ow Try This ftWJPf. ftv A. S. PRICE, itaufard Owsley lluilding SURGKON DF.NTIST Oflicoover McKtbeiU Drug Store In the r 8stmv Crrnes to yon every other day In the year lor on. y $2. 1 hechcaprst and best paper in Kentucky 5,0c gets 11 lhre' moltilu Address Tub Aiivoi atk, Danville, Ky THE ADVOCATE THE London, RILEY 13. HOUSE Kentucky. Subscription School. At the close of our public tinaM, we will begin a four months siibsirlplion slIiooI on Take tho banner itown, 'tis tattered, P.roken is iti staff, and shattered, And thoxallant hosts are scattered, Cher whom It floated high. Oh' 'tis hard tor us to fold it, Hard to think there's none to hold it; Hard that thoe who once enrolled If Now mut furl It with a sigh Kurl that banner, full it Milly; Once ten thousand hailed it gladly. And ten thousand wildly, madly Swore it should foro er wac; Swore a foeinan's sword could nccr Hearts like theirs cntwintd Till that tlag would lloat forescr 0er their freedom or their gras e ing. l'ed three Lotties of Klecttic Hitters and seven boxes of lluckUu's Arnica Salve nnd his leg is sound nnd well' John Speaker, Catawba, O., bad five largo fever otci on lim leg; doctor sairl he was incurable One bottle ol Klecttic trie Hitters and one box Itucllcn's Arnica Salve Sold by A R Penny, drug-gu- t cured him eatltelj K. Cissel, Wis , was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism; his stomach was disordered, his liter wasalfectidto an alarmr I have moved to my new Hotel and am ing degree, ajipclitcfell away and he was terribly reduced in tlesh ana strength, Thrio bottles ol preparsd thatl ever to accommodate, the public Good Livery attached and every convenience di Klecttic Hitters cured him. KUward hhepherdullarrisbiirg, Illinois, had a ured. Give me a call. FRANK R1I.KV. 77 running srre oil hfi leg of eight jcirs' stand- Spoclmon CnaoB. lULiEY.ll'roprlotor, S II Clifford, New FEBRUARY 9 20TH, 1893. All brandies taught thst tho nitrons may desire im C H ilOI.MFS. Piliirlim', MISSCKI II K I IIURMOND, Asit i For Salo 11 I I Few Mure Building I.olh In the corpor ate limits of Rowland. TO TBS LADIES. am receiving one of the most elegant lines ol KY ever hsndlod In Sianlord, select ed with an especial view to the wants of this trade Miss Nora Welch, of Clm innati, an espe rl need trimmer, Is with me this season and I guarantee everything to bo In the latest and most approved tashlon Ihe ladles are Invited to call and examine my goods, whkli I will take pleasure In showing, . MILI.LINI me it about 10 minute falter flounces. ROUTE. m QUEEN & CRESCENT Trains piss Junction City as follows: No. 1, Limited, 13:25 p. South-bounHlue-Graid J No. No 7, Fast Mail, arrives is:i p. m , leaves 1:03 p. m. Norm bo utid No. a, Q .V C. Spcci.il, 3:10 p. m. No. 4 Ifiiyn at 6 a m ; No 6, Limited, 3:15 a nv, No. 8, Kxprcss, arrives i 01 p m , leases t 15 p. 3, s Special, arrive 8 40 p. m. No. 5, V. &C Special, ij:7 n. m J in Iff xfm l. Bakincr t j rowdev Boleros or short jackets of velvet, silk or passementerie in plain nnd cashmero colorings. Evening bonnets looking as though undo of spun gold, being of dainty gilt passementerie. Gold worked ecru laco for trimming ball nnd evening gowns with sleevo or shoulder ruCles. Long trails of artificial blossoms for tho seams of gored skirts, that'aro being adopted for evening wear. Printed silks in many small patterns, ns stemless flowers, dots, ohort dashes, commas, zigzag streaks, etc. Roso wreaths without stems or foliago for trimming tho necks nnd skirts of the 1SS0 style of ball gown, ns woll as those of tho earlier empire period. Dry Goods Economist. FOOD, COOKS AND EATING. dleer, Furl it, for the hands that grasped It, And the hands that fondly clasped li. Cold and dead are I) Ing low ; And the bhiincr it is trailing, While around it sounds the walling Of its people In their woe. For tho' conquered they adore it, Love the cola, dead hands that hore it, Pardon thoo who tiailed and tore it. And, oh' wildly they deplete It, Now to furl and fold it so, Kurl that banner, true 'tis gory, et 'tis w reathed around with glor) , And 'twill h e in song and story, 1 hough its folds art in the dust ; For its fame, on brightest pstge, Penned by psct and by sag w. Shall go sounding dtwn th ages, Furl its folds though now c must. Mr. Albert Favorite, of Arkansas Citv, Kansas, wishe j togivo our rt'iders the benefit uf his expeil eoce with eglds. "I contracted m cold early spring' th'.-r-t settled on my lungs and had hardly recovcrc.il trom It, when caught another that hang on all summer nnd left me with a hacking cougn winch I thought I would iiewrget rid of I had used Chamberlain's Cough Remeears 040 with much success dy some fourteen and coiidud.d to tiy.lt again. When I had got through with oue bottle my rough had left me ard 1 have not sitfTeted with a cough or cold since I have recommended it to. othc-- s and all speak well of it" wc bottlr for sale by W It McKob eits, Druggist, Mantord, Ky. I. DAUSr. Rowland lt Ileun 1 John II. Castleman A G. Lanharti ROYAL Insurance Company, OP LIVERPOOL. BARBBE & 0 ASTJjEM AH MANAGKRS, 6j MISS I.lCCIi: IIF.AZI.KY. Mr. C F.Davis, editor of the llloomfield Iowa, Farmer, as. 'lean recotnmrnd Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to all ,suffeicts with colds and croup I have ued it In ray tamtly for the past two years and have found It Ihe bet I ever used for the purposes lor which it is Intended " sc butths for sisleby W II. McKobeits, Drugtlit, Stanford, Ky. ot Warsaw, III w and tried a number of different remedies, but says none of them seemed to io him suiv good butmillf he got bold of one that ped-ti- t cared hisn He was much pleaded with it and tell sore that othe's similarly alllktea would like te know what tho remy was that cured him He states for the benefit of ihe public that it is Called Ctsitinberlim's .Pain Halm, Por silo by W, H. McRnherts, Druggist, Htsnford, Ky. ROWLAND, KY.. HARDWARE, DEALER IN CROCERIES, Ikwti and Mines, Cigars and Tobacco. Ohio River Salt for sale by the bairel. Will lake couii-Ir- y produce In estbanKe for goods at nurket price I am alto ageut lor th old reliable Hrwdlicad T bact os and will keep a full line of these goods m slock, and all 1 atk of tbo merchants ot Mahfnril and Rowland Is to cle me their orders and I will nut th good. In Ihnr Itoutes at Isctgry imces 1 banking the public for literal patronage, 1 tk a coutliiHonce ol same ami remain y our ntifdlent 5? J. H. HILTOnST Jejdi V Dory, wilt, rhORiallsm Commerce Bitilrtinff, Loui3vi lie Agents throughout the South. C. D. PQWEjuX., l.rAtBM -:N '' k J HII.ION, that binner, soltly, iltvly, Treat it gently-- it is holy I utl W. A. TS.I3BLE, Local A?oat, vGcncral STANFOKD, KY Merchandise, Produc, d- And Count rv Jlbsoliltely Pure Columbus discovered turtle soup. Over 1,700 kinds of soup nro known. Calves' head soup is first montioned in 527. A cream of tirtcr baking powder, lltgest of nil in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO Cream ices were first ltado in Paris in 1774. The lest sa4ve In the world lor cuts, brmsei :o res, nk?is, salt rhcuin, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, coma and all skin crop Father Ryan. tiosis ami positively cults piles, or no pay requir(1'rinlod in loving of a deutel nnd tree ed. It isguarantreil'to givv perfect satisfacttoc as cenn per or snoary reiunui wife, from her own selections ) Por sale b; A R. Penny, buntnrd, Ky. me-nor- For it droops above the des4 ; Touch it not, unfoM it aaver. Let It droop there, furled forerer, Kor lis pople'it hopes are dead Uucklln'H Arnica Salvo JAMFS YlIAi-K- THOM s Yf AG1R .(t.rlnr unheard of Hargaltit and all who w' good gWidt at the luwctl possible (ruts sh u Avenue rail on him u serve itte pcopl of Matif,tf Hat npeeed his slo of I not! "! vi.nitv s.iy lie 10 I w, YEAGEK &YKA(.i;K, LIVERV, poet. Locusts nro still eaten in Africa nnd , Arabia. 100 Wall St., New York. Tho Romans were very fond of dog fish, starfish, porpoises nnd seals. New Crusher and Bolting Cloth. The Jews madu bread by mixing meal Having added to my Mill a Corn Crusher, one and wnter nnd baking in n flat cake. v ill grind cob and all and at the same time that rind any other kind of grain and mix it to suit Tho Greek cooks could servo up n pig any 000. and alto put in a new Flour Hotting basted on ono side, tho other roasted. I am prepared to make you some good Cloth. llurr Hour; and am putting in a Meal A popular dish in Sparta was n mixJI0I1, will have it ready inn week or so. ture of cheese, garlic, eggs nnd honey. 961m J.H I1RIGHT Tho ChincfO of America have driel oyhter3 nnd cuttlefish sent from China. Locke, Addison, Clarke, Humo nnd ' JL. m ' J rGibbon were celebrated as good eaters. In the tenth century professors of I will open on January I'th, 1S9I a Dairy from which I can supply any uantityof cooking appeared in Venice and Genoa. Jersey milk to the people ot Mantord anil Row Tho turkoy lias been honored in Euland at the following prices, delivered: rope ever since tho discover" of Amer70 cents Fresh Milk, per gallon ica. Skimmed Milk, pir gallon.. .10 cents In Addison's time tho pigs wero 8 cents Uulter Mill, per gallon... . I will make two trips dally, The patronage ol the whipped to death to mnko tho flesh tenl'EV ION. public is solicited l. A. Stanford, Ky. der. yr. In tho fifteenth century iMuntz was noted for its hams, Strasburg for sauNotice to the Traveling' Public. sage. I have had Tho plum pudding was unknown in England until tho middle of last cenHOUSE tury. St. Louis - .Jlooro was tho only .hnglisn epicure If jou'rea weak or ailing woman that there's only 01.0 medicine to sure to help you that it can be guaranteed It's Dr. Pierce's Fivorlte Prescription. In building up ovtrworked, feoble, delicate women, or In any "female complaint ' or weakness, if it ever fails to benefit or euro, )m hae your money back. It's an invigorating, restorative tonic, a vothmg and streugihmg ner- vino and a safe aud certain remedy lor woman s ills nnd ftilments It regulates and promctcsall the proper functions, improves dictation, enriches the blood, dispels aches and pains and restores health and strength. Nothing else can be as cheap. With this, jou pay only for lhegood)ou get. . Something to Romombor, nii AND m "W. C, SITTOHIITGS, - rnoraimos- STABLE 8TANFOIID, KY. I.lvery and Feed Stable, Opera Hon TUE NATIONAL We are In our new sta' le in the Mock and are well supplied with STANFORD. KKNTLfKY. Having purchs.nl of A. 1 . Son tit Her his ti ety hiMHteu t can be IohbsI at bit old stand rra Iv to wait on the public at any Onto day r nigh Nothing but FIRST-CLASS Building I 'NEW RIGS AND HORSES Loan turnouts will Irate Ihe stable Harebell purchased and nothing but hrst-tla- ii Give tlicm a Call. .' ,'".(r. P ft$xi m- j '",f.n r wv!VfwjiW SV- -. : TURNOUTS e Just the Thins. This is an expression the traveling public use whin they find something that is enact-yha- f they want Phis expression applies directly to the Wisconsin Central Lines, which is now admitted by all to be "The Route'' from Chicago to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland. Duluth-an- d alt points In the Northwest. Their double dally train service and fine tHulpnnt offers in duccmint which can not be stirpasied. this Is the only line running Lofh through Pull atid Tourist Mccpcrs from Chicaman go to Pacific Coast Points without change. Por full information address jnur nearest ticket agent or James C. I'and, General l'assnger anl 'Iicket Agent Chicago, III gen-eraFirst-Class llt . 1. shall leave my talib ami my prit.es will low as the lowest Don't firget my Maulord Rkwlaud busline ail as ASSOCIATION, h.. rs '. t r. l . . i ' VI W K .ssssssssssW rM'Hl JR. t , r iinki 11 I'irst-Cl- as of - ', STHAXJB& CO., w i S'3-fc- i3 i.otTXS"$rxr.r.E, Irtr'tjaC5. i , . PkACrKAI. , Is the strongest, snlcst and most Or wiit u. syiS- -i mp ti VWK ii Plumbers and Stenm Fitters. Dralrrs in all kinds of Iron and llratt (.oods tor team and waler .Sanitary O.uls of all kladt, A I work guaranteed against, dtfectiic material anJ vrltrkinaushlp 17 prosperous institution of the kind doing business in the State. John H. Leathers, President, SEnnHnV?HQnlnnBnflnnnHP4nE!.a1nnnV Farmers Rank&Trnst of staniokd.:kv. Is now Xv Co 91-- 1 Wm2&l23l&K-- jw ai ly organised and ready lor kutincts w.io THE SHELTON Globe-Democra- t. !, w 'I Si '. John Dickerson has engaged with Budd Doblo ns assistant trainer. Germans must bo fond of horso flesh, ns 80,000 horses aro said to bo killed by German butchers annually. I. D,iwcii, d d Thirty-fiv- e years ngo Vermont Black weAs E xecuiiprs.it the will of J will on I lawk, with three in thoC::S0 list, was Monday, February 13, 1893, tho champion trotting sire of tho world. DR. W. B. Ono hundred and twenty-fiv- o dollars County court day. before the court house door in nnd hlf ought a colt called McGinty n year ago. Stanford rent to the landbest go Inbest bidder about corn and about of Since then ho lias paced in --':iy and has thirty (30o acres lor inls.to acres twenty) Mnm street, in office recta OBise South I. 1. IXIKilU.I, , . ... 000. been sold for $1, tacatsd by Or. I. V. Huffiuin, Stanford, Ky. J. II. IIKK.I11, A bill was p.tsaod in tho Ohio legisln-tui- o recently making it a penitent inry hop-offense to enter in a class to which ho is not eligible. E. D. Wiggin will tiot Martha Wilkes . Kor the painless extraction of teeth and otl.rr its virtue sufficientminor surgstry. I htve to old stylo sulky at Cleveland against MORGAN, I) i.,S. R.C. ly to know the record of Maud S. Mr. Bonner JEWEI-Elt- , agrees that if she trots in 2:0.1 ho will present Mr. Wiggin with $o,0()0. Articles to Suit the Most FastidiStamboul may not hold tho stallion ous. A complete line of Nineteen jjid Ewes and also one thoroughbred crown, but ho is a game race horn. In fat southdown Hack, one 1,500 pound his form he trotted u r old Steer; 7 yearling Mare Mules, good r.ico against Apex, and so determined an d good Mules. D M. CREIGIHON. was tno contest that tlioy trotteu two Kingswlle, I I icolii county, Ky dead heats before either would biiccumb. But ono trottor and one pacer has taken a record as low as 2:01; four trotSALE. FARM ters havogonoiu2:0Sns against lOpaccrs I will sell privatelymy I'armot 50 Acresonthe that have done tho Mime; 151 trotters ha vo pike, three miles Iront Danville - Stanford It is well linpinvod, with dwelling of five entered tho 2:10 list, while ID pacers tho honors. In tho 2:12 list aro 31 roims, new barn and nit necessary outbuildings; alsa has fine spring. Call on me on the preml.e. trotters and 17 pacers, and within tho .iddresss mc at Stanford. Ky or UUGENE KELLKY. 6, 2:lo limit aro 121 trotters and 111 pacers. At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of the best saloons in the State, open day and night; anight man meets all trams. In connection with House have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Matt. and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Hcyd In- sram, Erin, Tcnn , A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. 7) E. Proctor, C H. Hraum.Mr and Mrs T. V. Hamilton, Rowlfnd, Mr. and Mrs F. II. Johnson, New Haven. limCox. Greenliunr. Kates Si net day. J. M. F'etrcy, clerk. Give me a call . W. CAKRIKR, Prop. oSoiy When naby m fclcV, we Raw Iir Crutorlo, V.Ticn flm .i.n Child, tOi" erlcl for Ctutoria. When rIio bocame II nw, flic duns; to CftWr. When tins hnd CtilMrt'n.Mm tjrvothvtn OiMorla. John Il.'Pirtlc, V. President, A. G. Langham, Sec. & Trcas., C. M Phillips, Gen '1 Manager. lil luTlfssssfl jtagssasssjjfcvrj I '- - ivi Hriisjafry Paid up Capital of Surplus, . aUCCLSSOIt ll.V.NK - - $200,000. c000 TURF TOPICS. taTIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL OF STANFOKD, uadet PUBLIC KE1TTI1TC. nOAKD AT STANFOKD. Col. T. K. C. A. C. WII.I.IAM MOHELAND, Dealer In the above PENNY Dentist. IIii.l, President, Walton, V. President, V. Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Solicited Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty I'ersnns having any of tho above described stok for sale or wtslilnj to purchase same, will do well to call on or address me An experience I fifteen earsln this business has been of profit tome and I think I can make It profitable both to tnc luver and seller I' O addret Stsnford, Ky. ioo Office at the Myers House 1 111)1 Qf-- 3t Sink, Sec. & Trcas., H. Hki.m, J. S. Rick, Agents. lly provtstons of Its chatter, depositors are ai fully prnttited as am depositors in National Hanks, iu shareholder being held Individually liable to the etlenl ol the amouui of ikelr stocs thriesn at the ut value thrreot, in addition to tb. amount invested In nmti .barns It may octat osccutor, admintstraior, trustes., .Vc, as fully ai 10 individual 1o thiM who entruited their bulsinets to tit rhiia innaging the Lincoln National Ittok of Stanford, e here tender our many thkiiks and trust they will continue to transact their business ith us, uflning as a cuarantee lor prompt onto tion to same, our twenty years' e.peiience Is banking and as liberal acoutmodatious as are con mient with sound utnking J Now vlostog up) with ihe same assets and inn sasse management "EIEIfcTTO." d 11 DANES THE IX. iUilJ" u y !9g PLOWS S FOR SALE. ccrn-fr- We now have d, col-- Watches, Clocks A COMPLETE LINE FIRST Of Oliver Chilled Plows, Uuchcr & Giobs' Imperial Mows in steel and chilled and Malta Double Shovels. W M WlllMms.Mt. Vernon. J. M Hall, Stanlord, J. S. ()vsly, btanford, S J Kmbry, Suaford , J. ft. l.ynu, Stanlord; A. W, Carpenter. Milledgcvilit, J F. Cash, Slaafard; William Oooch, Stanloid Kr II. Shanks, I'residtnt I It ( Ie, ( as'iiei j MMf CTBHS, llrlght, Idler NATIONAL BANK Or STANFORD. KY Stock-Surplu- Capital s FOR Stall-lor- off-r-- et Jewelry Wo II!o PIlIlMKDCro, Crab Orchard, Ky. S200.000 20,500 And SILVERWARE. sold.engraved Ireo of charge. BiPYourpatronagc.respectfully solicited. coming popular. A pincuslu'on i inserted in the hollow (Late Alexander's Hotel.) of a hilver thimble. Around a chntclaine eyeglass cine a Falls Branch Jellico CoalCo., flowering vine in silver is twined. Rates $2.50 Per Day. Tho mistletoe bough is imitated in a Miners and shippers of the GENUINE & Cor. JcfTeteon, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Houswreath of emeralds, to which clings a golden vino set with pearls. Ky. 1893, 'Sullivan, A dainty cliateluinti scroll of sky bluo February W.R.LOGAN, A.VS. Jones, J. J. Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford Jand enamel bears ti golden griffin. Through Ihe day following Mr John T Woodward's sale Rowland, Office corner ol Depot street and railj L J. Marshall, clerks. Manager. road crossing, of saddle horses, will sell at Mt. Steiluig, Ky tho scroll passes u pearl headed piu. HIGGINS A WATTS. 6 fiftrvm laeks. tweniv five ennett and twenty hve Up tho side of a gold lined silver bowl Horses. T he Jacks .ire all old enough for strviiu, climbs vine of tho samo metal, a deli- Tho Horses include cate tea roso lying upon tho outward Six Fine Stallions, 2 Standard-brecurving edge. Trotters, A new brooch is in tho form of n And a number of nice "Geldings, Ac For cat broad golden collar, like that of an order logucs, address me at Mt Merling, Ky. STANFORD, KY., CLAYTON liOWKLL. of knighthood, pierced through the back 00.31 and both ends by pearl hilted rapier. A sunfish forms tho bowl of n novel marino spoon, tho stem being n pieco of , This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now driftwood with a rojHj artistically coiled vroitli or loveiy nuiMu as to best iSiUsUU touts. 1UI pitKus. lull kU, iwr In my charge and I intend to conduct it uo j , high reputation, but to add about it and an oyster shell clinging near Is Keceivintr His J rmnhty. Ueet luusto ol tuo iaio. not only maintain its i; accommodatho top. A umr to its long list ol friends. Special fine rooms. for for commercial trave'ers and tions A photograph framo of whito onyx is the dlsploy of samples. he . rn....clt ...Lplillilstiu.l. I. daticcr 'iderowsk decorated with oichids of tho samo mak luuru Aillll.llf ltllULtIcBlllt. Illiu popular beauty. Saloon) A.First-Clas- s terial shaded in tints of orange, yellow 1UK .MUMf'At, UU'.PUIIillMCi. ,u ...... lieutro Itulldlng, N. . JJ Kl Ilt. JiriMUWUT "Goods Warranted and a Pcrlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call And BILLIARD nd POOL ROOMS attached and whito. Tho dark green leaves are imitated in jade. Jewelers' Weekly. JOSEPH COFFEX. ti &&sc&GOa&o 8a-i- m 70,000 feet of good Oak and Poplar Lumber for sile. I will sill at the most reasonable rates and invito all who want Lumber to give me a call. JACOH llAKFLUER,Ottenhesni. pike, TTltT'DPD SAW MILL the Somerset LUlYlDLA.from Stanlord, onand will have eignt miles T I will start up next week a THE LATEST NOVELTIES. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. All good Jewelry set with coloied pearls is be- THE WILLARD. (WMQ&29. e, PUBLIC SAX.E $m$0MftZ Horses. 9th, Original Jellico Coal. Jacks, Jennets 1 Louisville, 11 THE GOFFEY HOUSE d fHAttentmn of the public is invited tn the fac that this is tho only National Hank in Stanford Under tho provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders liability fur an amount eiual to the stock, so that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund of $40o,ocn Five sworn statements nftliecondition of the bank are made each yearto the United Stales government and its assets are examined at staled times by government agents, thus securing iddttilona and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford in i8j8, then iied as the National Dank ol Stanford in i6j and the First National Hank of gain Stanlord in is8j, has had prai tically an uninter ruptcd esistcnceof si jcars. It is letter supplied now with lacililies for tratisictiug business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully toileted The Directory ol this Hank is composed ot T. J. Foster, of Stanford; I'oreMus Keid, Lincoln county , J. W. llaydcn, Stanford; S.H Ilaiighmaa, Lincoln, M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon; S T Harris, Lincoln; J. S. llocker Stanford; A. Lackey, Lincoln; V. P. Hill, Stanford. W. C. Welch, Stanford; W. .I'.Tate, Stanlotd. (. JOSEPH .COFFEY,Pro'r. S. 11 ce38332saa 1111.I Ilocktr, 1'rctident; John J, Mc Huberts, Cashier; A lw$m A. McKinncv, Assistant Cashier, 189a : ir .S, '"'?""1 i8j Orchard, Lawn, Garden. Immense stock .f Fruit and Ornamental I reel, small Fruits, Shrubs, Vines and 1'lants. Price, low. We lute no agents and our profits cease tt lure theirs begin Gciht.i1 and Strawberry Catalogue 011 nppikati in 7 H.I HILLKN.MhYKK. Lexington, Ky 11 I ' FAiLlLWmTJm vT,lB m j7-- t ;!"- -