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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893021701 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. ft L Semi Weekly Interior VOL.-XX- . WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY, NOTES FROM ATLANTA, Journal It. 11. V STANFORD, i K., FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 17. 1893. -- NO. 101 CA. . KINO. GEOKGK II. I'KILWITT. Walker Mason will leavo tho latter. Atlniitu, although u Southern city, is "The oldest inhabitant" cinnot refur south m some imagine. pnrt of tills wcok to visit IiIh old homo In not nenr ho member a timo when the public pquaro It is not in the torrid sono by n uront Madison county. was in worse condition than at present. was deal, as a certain Virginia Indy thought II. L. Manning's Col. George T. Mnflon of Chicago was burned nt Saxton Sunday night. Loss when she sent n message to u gentleman MORELAPJD, KY., hero this week to visit relatives nnd 8e " to send iier some of the beautiful about $2,500; insurance 51,000. old friends. Tho Colonel is now engaged Take tin's method of informing the public that they will open in the t A. Gurnoy, of the Whitley Conn-- flowers that grow wild in profusion nt in the life insurance business. near future a well selected stock of of the year. Very fow Iliw-tty Herald, is in Ixniisvillo this week in this We Lave a stack of blue chips to interest of tho Whitley County Fair, j era grow wild in there parts nt any sea- put up against doughnuts that Judgo W. There was a small tide in the river hou and particularly are they ronspien-Sunda- y E. Walker will bo tho next collector of And in the early Spring will add to their stock a line of Clothing, and tho iiiIIIh secured los ous for their absence at present. internal revenue for this district. Gents' Furnishing Goods, Dry Goods. Millinery, &c. Our terms will to run them about two months, though directly south about 400 miles I Col. Bradley and Hon. H. II. Mr. G. A. Dunham spent Sunday , can see very little dillerenc? in the nre attending the Mt. Vernon be cash or countiy produce nnd we will also take in exchange for Monday in London. He v. W. J. mate hero and nt Stanford. During the court. Our next term of the circuit goods Tan Hark, Whisky Uarrel Staves, Hoop Poles and Hickory Johnson and wife are visiting at tier prolonged cold spoil the mercury played Give us a call and we will save you money. court will commence tho second Mon- Spokes father's home in Geoiitetown. Mr. C. H. in mo region oi zero lor weeks anil even day in next month, loth tilt. Baugh, of London, spent iaHt Sunday now it is necessity to wear overcoats. Maud, thu eldest daughter of Mr. In company with my brother, sister visiting friends here. nnd Mrs. Sam Yantie, died suddenly on ALout 'JO of Mis Carrie Myeis' and nephew I went out to Mcl'herhon Tuesday night. Tho fanor.il services THEGRAYBACK. friends gave her a pleasant surpriho par- B irracks yesterday and although I wrote will be held ut the Church this afterty nt her homo Saturday evening. Mr about that place when here before there A Slray Leaf From the Forthcoming His- noon, conducted by Eld. J. C. Frank, af- uI3H Pfc tory of Wolforu's Cavalry, McMulIrn, who has been working in the has been such marked improvement ter which the remains will be interred uv is. T. Times olllcu for several weeks, returned since w.en, l cannot iielp dwelling on i in the Lancaster cemetery. tho subject just a little. As I stated be Soon after our immersion in fire nt to his homo in Iowa Tuesday. On the 22d dny of this month the The town board made an order lat fore, there aro over TaJO eo'diern station- Mill Springs, Wolford and his men were Mexican veterans who wpnt from rML'lM! &S& vB' Monday directing thu marshal to shoot ed here nnd more lautilul grounds ordered to Bnrd.Htowu, reaching there county with Capt. Johnson Price uverv dog found loose on tho streets. could baldly bo found. The barracks early in February, 1802, and went Into will hold their animal re union nt tho on a plateau about 1,200 feet camp on tho filthy grounds lately occu- Holmuti Honsa. Only three of them There nlready have been seventl mad nt pied by tho infantry of tho Army of tho Iiokh killed and this severe ordinance above the sea level, which s as level viz; Gen. W. J, Landrmn, Capt. I am now ready to wait upon my friends in anything in as a plank Ihor. Thsro aro 20 ele- Ohio. ngaiiibt the cnulno opulntion of town Frank J White and Capt. Charles Galgant residences for tho higher otlicers We found Gen. W. II. Lytic in com- lagher. A full account will appear in seems absolutely necemary. and thu general in command, who, by thu mand of the post nnd felt highly honor this column. -- Kvorything quiet lioro again, tivu weeks of court, and Uiosh way. yvts $20 n day, and lives in a veritir ed in being immediately under that disDr. Chauncy M. I)epw, bus been who are naturally drawn to a town on bin palace. The soldiers also have sub tinguished gentlemnu and neholar; but iu eating another big dinner and making Hiich occasion have all departed to their stantial and commanding hend(uartcts contradistinction to tho pleasure of be- his usual c pooch. He said that "businefR financial revulsions, industrial home? and also several of our own citi and live on tho very best. A magnifi- ing so intimately associated with the auzona, leaving our streets rather deserted. cent hotel, where meals aro cooked ex- thor of "Cleopatra," or "I am dying, distress aro the patent and prominent 5?.r O. W. Lester and S. V. 1). fctout are at clusively by steam, is just completed, Egypt, dying," found other acquaint- causes of the ovoithrow of the adminisI am also a'cnt for a line of. lit. Vernon mid H. S Crawford is nt and a very large guardhouse, whero tho ances, which were destined to mar our tration." This, however, was followed erring soldier boys will pay "the penalty enjoyment and cast n shadow "over our by this remarkable contradiction: "But Harlan Court-- 1 louse, attending court. of crime," is about ready to be turned respectability ninoug certain clafses. It the coalition victory oyer republicanism A Co. had L. A. Karst Million on a bail, wit last Thursday for ovor to the government. Thu barracks was hero that wo wero first made known in 180J was a revolt against prosperity." attempting to leave the county without are nbout five miles from town, but aro to that species of parasitic insects popu- Iu one sentence he admits business dispaying them. Karst was foreman for reached in a short while by tho electric larly known among soldiers by tho name asters and industrial distress and iu the Equal to any ever offered here. Call and see them, I represent the famous Mnnsillou Bridge Co. wliilu they were cars, which only charge live cents. These of "grayb.tck," which adhered to us with next claims that the country was prosconstructing thu Clear Fork bridge just soldiers, who will prolnbly never smell most unyielding tenacity throughout tho perous. Possibly the prosperity of w Inch south of town. lie instill in jail and ponder in real battle, live like lords and war, and was loth to leavo us when peace he boasts is that of Carnegie aud Frick, 1'ollce Judge Tyo has Issued a warrant get good salaries for doing nothing be was proclaimed. Wu had heard of them and tho revolt was tint of tho 5000 charging him with obtaining goods un sides. Uncle Sam is a gcuerous old soul employers who demanded honhad read of thuni in romance and hi&c. der false pretenses. He had signed vari- and when n few of the head otlicers ex storybut wero unaware of their many est piy for honest labor. Dr. Depew is ous orders on tho IJridgu Company with- pressed n desire to have a hop occasion- clinging virtues until brought in contact the Dou Quixote of American politics; Call and see my line of goods before make any purchases. ally, he did not hesitate to go forthwith with them. They made their presence and while he cm talk eloquently and Very respectfully, out any authority and came to Malum Co. and got possession of tho orders, and build a known on tho march, around tho camp learnsdly upon nil subject1), knows but One of tho largest printing and en- tiro and more especially when we folded little of tho wants of the people nnd cares promising to return them, and now degraving establishments in the South is our weary limbs for sleep or repose. Ho lives in an ntmospliere far nies getting them. Tho readers or the I. J. may be glnd located here. It Is thu Franklin Print- - They were lively companions and feast- above that of the masses; never comes in tn Uno homo of the fscta in the Leu lug Co. and does an immense business. ed and gamboled and held mass meet- c intnct with any except millionaires, and ings on our devoted bodies at all limes it vain enough to think that when bo Tyo case, as there ban been so much talk The company has a handsome three-stobuilding on Ivy street, which is without leavo or license. They wero peaks thu people &tand in respectful about it. Tye left Mt. Ash, a station :i miles north of where the murder was tilled wttli the most modern appliances purely democratic in principles , (.tho riverence and place implicit confidence CJinmltted, and started south about tho for tliu art preservative. writer dots not mean in a partisan in his utterances. Another splor.did building is that of sense), as they believed in ruling by the Having lost nearly all my stock by recent fire, I have just kiiiiu time Miss Bryant started from MIUDLEDURG. In their religious practices Sixtou, one mile north of whero sbo was tho Young Men's Christian Association. masses. at old stand with killed. Mr. Massingali saw Misa Bryant Henry W. Grady, whoso name is dear to they were inclined to Quakerism; for Bacon is Felling hero at 13 cents per within 300 yards of where she was kill- every lover of the South, was mainly in they operated when the spirit moved pound. M. S. McMullen is au applicant for ed He traveled north on tho wagon strumental in its building and it stands them, und had no respect for titles or mile and met two Perkins as one of the many grand monuments to rank. They wonul feast nnd frolic ou the Yosemite pot ollico and nereis hop road about i And Chemicals, Latest Toilet Articles, School Supplies, Stationery The more enthusiastic tho commanding general's body the ing he will get there. children going south, who got on the bis memory. s Uev. Vines preached a very interest and everything to be found in a drug store I shall be pleas railroad near where ho saw Misj Bryant, members of the Association are justly Santo iia on thu humblest private. The mak-in- ing discourse at thu Baptist church Suned to see all my old'custmers and as many new ones as will favor me, proud of tiieir pleudid headquarters and only antipathy they showed against anyuudTye was behind these children, him at least a milu behind Miss Bry- delight in shoAing the stranger through. ' tiling was cleauliuess. Any ono could day. The congregation seems delighted Assuring them With the permission of Mr. L. DeGive, have partial immunity from them by witli him as pastor. ant, so ho could not possibly have comA littlo daughter of Mason Russell mitted the murder. From tho proof that the populnr nnd clever owner, I went frequent change of clothing. was brought out it looks very much as if with n party through tho Grand Opera Whenever there was danger of them was burned soma two weeks nsjo, from 23. 'ax ton was too far on the other side of House, of which 1 have made several eating us up from multiplicity of num- the efieets of whicli she died Thursday, tho place to luvo gotten there in time to references The name Grand is no mis bers we could have a short respite by the 0th. It seems such occurrences nre New Block Opposite Court House, Stanford, Ky. nomer, in fact this lowly pen is inade- scalding them to death in our camp ket- vtv frequent of late. commit the deed. Mc C. Wheat baa bought a half inquate to convey to the reader bow very tles; or, if the weather was very cold, wu LAUREL COUNTY LONDON, grand this Opera House is. Thu seating could hang our clothes on our tents nnd terest in tho store room near Miller and Son's wngon aud blacksmith shop and The London Opera House is finish- - capacity is about 2,500 and thu stage is freeze them to death. y I and is now ready for business. oOxKO, which Is one of tho largest in tho Bodily annoyance wns not tho only will open up n stock of goods theio about Mr. H. O. Ford was hero Monday I'liiled States. The scenery, which was disadvantage of our now associations. March 1st. With three stores in town painted by an expert from Paris, is Our popularity began to wane in the we will certainly have cheap goods. and left for Manchester Tuesday. It is about decided that we are to contract for building tho Bap- grand almost beyond description nnd it family circles of many of the loyal citiThu would bo barn to think of a scene that zens. Fastidious female had a perfect have a new Masonic hall and a bank. A church has been let to Fred Hugi. tist It is rumoied that oho of our young could not be produced almost instanta- horror of graybacks and Hometimeajhesi-uite- d new town hall is also talked of and those to give us lodging for fear of hav- who are putting it on foot s.y it will be widowers and a handsome young Miss neously. Tho boxes, which aro lined with various kinds of elegant plush, and ing them introduced into their house- built. Several meetings have been held will wed in n fow days. .We have.. W. S. Jackson will build a business furnished with upholstery, holds. Though our friends and tho and a committee to solicit subscriptions on the property where are beautiful nnd are indeed tit for the Union people generally atill continued for the hall has been appointed nnd ?s mnl residence ids and Kd Parker's, houses weie burn- gods. Tho dressing rooms aro almost as to rejoice at tho news of our during now at work. Col. II. II. McAniuch, J. large as tho average chamber and are al- scouts, dashing charges aud successes on M. Durham and others aro talking up ed, that the M. so elegantly furnished. Botli gas and many bloody fields, it was plain to us tlio name, nun it actually looks ns it wo I have been informed I) church South will build on the prop- electric lights aro used and them is alAnd opened elegant lines of that we had lost considerable! prestige as will have something to boRt of at besides fat men und pretty woerty of C. II. Moses and the ground be- most as much machinery for them nlonu fireside ornaments. men. longing to the two Metho list churches ns there is in tho electrical portion of Claude Allstott, who is attending tho Stanford Water, Light fc lea Co's will probably be sold. HUBBLE. school at Jnnio WaBh Institute, drew n now, plant. .Mr. DeGive is a Belgian by birth Circuit court ingoing on hero M. C. Kubanks sold somo corn to pistol on Johnnie Henderson, another with a good attendance. No felony cas- and came to Atlanta on n visit a number pupil, ono diy lust week. Henderson's barrel. es have been tried as yet. Cases dispos- of years ago. He was impressed very Luther Underwood ut $2.'2o per father swore out a warrant for AllstottV Some mad dogs havo been killed in ed of have been whisky, concealed wea- favorably with tho city and decided to und such like. Attending locate hero. Ho launched forth into the this vicinity and other dogs have bet n arrest nnd ho was immediately arrested pons, assault nnd his trial set for Saturday, but Mr-J- . attorneys aro J. W. Alcorn, J. A. Craft, theatrical business about 20 years ago bitten. India Linens, Linen Lawns, W. K. Boilings and u whole regiment of F. Allstott, father of the accused, .S. A. Baker bus gone to Whitland and has been a most successful manager, attorneys. local came over and a compromise was effecthaving amassed a snug little fortune. hid., nnd his family will follow soon. ed. Prof. Ilufl regretted the occurrence CHURCH AFFAIRS. A moat excellent view of this city is Mr. It. L. Whito and wife were visiting very much, tliouuh it was unavoidable neighborLinen Laces, &c. &c. Tho W. C. T. H. will hold a conven- obtained from tho top of thu Equitable relatives in the Hustonvillo so far as tho faculty was concerned. building i) stories high and I took ad- hood this week. H. L. Hubblo was over tion at Barbourville Feb. List Wednesday Mrs. JefTerson Short week. LetMethodist Evangelist MaBonhoimer vantage of the opportunity u fow days to aeo us on his crutches last left her two littlo boys, Virgil nnd ClarSwopo and family toll had 100 converts ut tho Covington meet- ago. There nro four elevators in this ters from Joseph ence, aud went to the barn only a short building and thoy go like us they are pleased witli their new homo immense ing nt last reports. house. Hearing tho e distance from tho Miss Anna Spoona-morThere were 12 additions to tho Meth- "greased lightning." Iu fact, you go tho in Irvingtou, Ind. screams of tho children she ran back nnd illis out again, after severalljdays' niue etories iu much less timo than it ol odist cbnrch Sunday, mostly to her horror found that the clothing of takes to tell about it, and a person who ness. scholars. Advocate. been very Clarence, the youngest, was on fire and J. W. Eright'a child ihas Hev. M. J. Kelley, of Minneapolis, is addicted at all to sea sickness fretho little fellow almost burned to death. Dr. Kinnaird as his deliberate opinion that tho quently gets sick and would no doubt sick for a fow days, but - gives it Dr. J. C. Drye being near, was on hand it as somo batter at this writing. giva vent to his feeliugs and say "New prohibition party is tho most unmitigatin a few minutes, but could do nothing. York" from tho bottom of his very Miss Maggio Swinebroad has been visit- The little sufferer lingered till 2 o'clock ed hhaui of thu lth century. has accepted stomach were not thu trip made so ing relatives at Stanford for the past two Thursday morning, when God relieved Eld. Joo Severance, Jr., From thu top of this immenso weaks. We nro glad to note that our him of his sufferings. Much a call to preach for tho I'reachersvlllo quickly. sympathy for miles around clever and popular vouug friend, Mr. J. parents. is felt for tlio church one Sunday in the month nnd building the country B. Gentry, has returned from his trip can be seen and a splendid bird's-ey- e will begin on tho 1th Sunday. view of the city was obtained. It would through tho South much improved. Mrs. Win. Holtzclaw, of the Gilbert's class will Tho normal Sunday-schoSun-dabo a pleasant surprise to a poraon who Susan Mouefeo has baon on tho sick l!at Crook neighborhood, whose serious illmeet at the Presbyterian church had not been here for a fow years to re- for the past week, but ia) improving ness was noted in our last, died yesterafternoon at U o'clock. All who 1-turn and see how rapidly the Gato City now. Wni. Watson has contracted with day, aged 55. The interment will bo in 2. to join will ploaso bo on hand. of Lancaster, to build a small tlio family buryiug-grounhas built up. It was another revelation Johnson, this morning Uev. Ben Helm returned froui Mrs. S. J. Hubblo was at 10 o'clock. yesterday, whore ho has been of the city's prosperity to me, which brick dwelling. Nuys-HiSolon Miller, grandson of the found- makes me more and more of tho opin- out last Sunday among her frionda for holding a meeting for Hov. Van 10 confessions ion that AtUut'i is the boat city in tho the flat time sinco last July, bhu is im- i er of Htclimond, Ky., died Wednesday, labors woro blest with aged S:t. proving some. South. and 12 additions to the church. ' j store-hous- e j j he cll-a- uil There is a good deal of wealth here ' and fortunrtely it is prr tty well divided. There nro only nbout two millionaires in the city, butt horo are hundreds who! can sign n check for from 100,000 to $500,000 without fear that it would not be honored. A visitor here would bo impressed with tho number of grocery store and it looks to mo ns if there aro too many for all of them to eko out un existence. They all scorn to bo doing well, however, nnd it is a rare, thing when any of them go to the wall. The stranger would also notice with plennuro tho beautiful show windows here. In the larger dry t.oods establishments adepts ate employ-e- d to do nothing olwi ssve to keep thorn looking attractive. E. C. W. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. KINCx & PRE WITT, Tom-liilso- n Ger-rar- d hk-niu- re-nu- in, ufte-Hourl- GMCQKD M1MIGE9 dUa-ter- s, HABDWABE COOK STOVES W. H. HIGGINS. half-starv- ed Oliver Chilled Plow, Dis Peed Cutter, Studebakor "Wagons, ball-roo- s. ry NEW DRUG STORE NEW GOODS, FRESH DRUGS, first-clas- g Prompt Attention and Lowest Prices. W. MoSOBERTS, 1 Seasonab e Goods JUST RECEIVED satin-cover- ed Mid-dlebur- g Nansooks and Dimity Cheeks Hamburg Edgings and Insertings, 'J2-2- gElVMHANOli; & SON. Sunday-day-scho- ta grief-stricke- n New Stock, Latest Styles All Shapes, Sizes! From 6 2 to 71-- ol y de-Bi- ro Liv-iugst- s H. J. McROBERTS. ,fw j 3- ft- tiSsSsaSSS I'dsjui iw (VliikMEMBuMBWfiBISKSiBII "7BflMB i ' iii i.,Tyr mmn ws wyri. BBMMBjgMl i Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal 17, 1893 As Owcnsboro liveryman committed i DANVILLE. Stanford, B siiic'ulo brrniiw ho "owed everybody." Boyhi A Sclwstein's All Star SpeThis is a now way to pny old debts, but cialty Co. played to a good audience at it is n pretty pood one, and wo respectfix, especially if they nro too mean pay nn honest debt when they can. r t?SS Id to D.mv'llo to live, having disposed of "W. his hotel in Morriatowu, Tenn. Mips Lilian French, eldest daughter NEWSY NOTES. of II. W. French, of this place, and Mr. Thomas Uronston, Jr., of Madison, John H. Gallagher, of HnrrodHhurg, were committed suicide. married Wed ties Jny at l o'clock at tho Tho Main street Christian church residence of the brido's parents. Kov. was sold at auction at Lexington and W. e F. Taylor, of the Methodist church, Tn brought $29,000. Mr. Oibvkland has authoritatively performed the ceremony. We Charles New, a married man, was announced the appointment and accepQuito a crowd collected Tuesday of tbo following members of bis killed by young Atwood at Kosciusko, eveuinc ou Main street near Mrs, Ak- tation cabinet: Walter Q Greshnm, of Indi- Miss., for seducing his sister. ins' residence and also afterwards at tho Tom Blount, negro, was lynched at polico ana, secretary of state; John G. Carlisle, court room, in consequence of of Kentucky, secretary of tho treasury; Chattanooga for criminal assault on an attack made by Chas. Morrissy on a Daniel S. Lamont, of New Yo.rk, secreta- Mrs. Mary Moore, a white woman. in Star member of tho cost, Tt to Hester Dean, a member of the demi- Comedy Co. At tho time of the collisry of war, and Wilson S. Bissell, of New York, postmaster ceneral. Judge Gres- monde, was found dead in her bed at ion Morrissy was in the company of h.un is a very recent recruit from repub- Harrodjbiirg. The cause was attributed Tom Williams, and the Boyhi man in licanism, Ho was a member of Presi- to dissipation. tho company 01 another Boylu man. Andy Schlegol, a Louisville police- Tho cause of tho attack was a supposident Arthur's cabinet and since then eaino near being nominated for the pres- man, was dismissed for misbehavior to tion on tho nart of Morrissy that tho idency on tbo republican ticket. He women on the street, so he went homo showmen were trying to got up a fiirta-tio- n .?,?. ? Om. 75". w. was much spoken of before the Minne- and blew his brains out. with two young ladies, ono of whom Tho department has prac- was Morrissy's niece. A careful invesapolis convention, but Harriion turned 75c. Tn Goods, Motions, Shoes, all the boys down and then it was said tically shut down on the appointment of tigation showed, however, that whilo we s and that the judge would accept tbe poputhe showwen, like the Dutchman, may list nomination for president. He de- Only in extreme cases are appointments have thought "damn it," neither of clined, however, voted the democratic made. them said that or anything else, proper Mr. Carlisle intends to appoint his ticket and is rewarded with the highest or improper, to tho young ladies, ono of office in Mr. Cleveland's rift. Tho boys son Logan chief clerk of the treasury. whom told her father that sho knew in the trenches do not take to the ap- The office is ono of the most important nothing of anything that is supposed to pointment kindly, but Mr. Watterson connected with the treasury depart have preceded the fight until after tho thinks it is tho grandest thing that has ment. fight. Both of tho young ladies and The sundry civil bill now before the ever been done in politics and in a col their parents, all of whom are respectaumn and a half of double leads grows ab Senate provides $10,003 of the $9S,110 ble neonle. desire tho entire affair to be . solutely hilarious on the subject. Of appropriated for the board of lady man- forgotten. Mr. Carlisle it is unnecessary to speak. agers of the World's Fair shall be issued Last Thursday night a gentleman we He is known and respected of all men in 23c souvenir coins. and lady (apparently) called at tho house A couple of thieves broke tho winfor his sterling integrity and broad of a Danville lady who sometimes takes statesmanship. His appointment was a dow of Semper Bro.'s jewelry store on boarders. Tho gentleman stated that master Btroko of genius. D.m Limont Vine street, Cincinnati, and got o(T with tho lady had been called to Richmond will be remembered as Mr. Cleveland's $2,230 worth of diamonds. All tho force bv the illness of a relative and witditd private secretary during his first admin- was in the store at tho time. to leave for that place by an early train. A New York negro preacher, who A. HA YS, istration, ire proved himself the best The gentleman did all the talking, tho that ever filled that position and there went to Paris, Texas, where a negro was lady did none. The gentleman was well FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. is no reason that ho should not bacome burned to death for rape and murder, to dressed, rather short of short of statue WE- society, was ridthe successful head of the war depart- form an Two good jacks for pale. J. Walker and stoutly built. Tho lady was smaller ment, though he was never accused of den out of town on a rail before he could than what is known as medium sired Gi vens, McKinney. do so being a soldier or of possessing war-liWool. I want to buy 100,000 Col. James E. Pepper, of Lexington, and wore a veil. The landlady showed law proclivities. Mr. Bissell was tho has just taken out a policy for $100,000 them a room and left them. In about a or more of wool. Will pay highest at Buffalo partner of the president-elec- t . And Gentlemen to call and see what the attractions on his life, making his total life insur- minute sho recollected something sho et price. A. T. Nunuelley. are at pud in his appointment Mr. Cleveland . f A. Ptirlflllitfl illlliv Aa. n ....... J room, so jiiDii.... ance S3S0,00O, Baid to be the heaviest in- wished to get that was in the .!, A. .tlllSUIi. follows the precedent of Mr. Harrison, surance carried by any ono in the fehe returned to the door and knocked. farmer, raised 125,000 pounds of tobacco, who has been taking care of Partner South. She was told to come in, and doing so, lucf j,.,., uliipli In. unlit for - 7.000. . ...... .up ., ....... Miller for some time. Bissell is .a powc... c.u. Ml iimli.u II tn lr liiintlH The committee has fixed upon Mam- saw that tho man had removed hia overerful man physically and ought to oe Store in Rowland, Kj Wcmvcr ioLIkJ IVtir to im I'm! moth Cave as the place anil Mav 17th as coat and was standing by the fire. His high. :i to years old. WilUell one at a able to hold down the postoflico depart with n time or an. . u. uover, the date for the annual meeting ot the companion was sitting near him ..'""" -",,w ," 'lL me s.ime . per cent, and that is II- 111. II . til .. IV. . .. . ment. He is a much larger man than -- ..... niir ..w tt, riri Grand Commandery of tho Knights handkerchief to her eves. Too land la ui our nicest prmfj boods early in the season. The horse season is ngain upon us ii'i the coming president and that's saying Tomplar. There are nearly 1,700 Knights dy got what she wanted nr., hh sho was aud horsMinun will as usual linn tne is- IaCRJCB-yieviois, Mirjjcs, Henriettas, Mack a good dual. Mr. Cleveland is to be in passing out made a common place re- TEiiioa Joi'K.VALOlhce fully equipped to the State. (i,orias' Frcnch GinKlums, Creylocks, commended for not keeping as a secret DaWu Cloth, Miss Ureth Garr hassocured a ver- mark to the lady, who returned no an- serve them in any way. ephyrettes, Chameleons, Nasteds, what the people have a right to know. dict of f.),000 against fc the city of Louis- swer, nor did she tako the handkerchief Sibley have covered a bilk iNouvenimc and Passementerie. Francai.se Trinimirgs. Linen Miller He will announce the other appoint- ville for the loss of ono of her legs, which from her eyes. The man, however, made s might track Automatic l.mbroidcry. Valenccin Laces, &c. Hosiery feet long for their as acceptance has been was ments as soon crushe in the collision of two vehi some answer. A little while before day- trotters at Meadville, Pa. me liornes Vests. Hclts. &c. Lnr-e-' st ' - lin- - nr I MiLii.i . ri.n.i' iTii :iiiiV;. ,i:...w. i 11111 r received. It iB to bu hoped, however, cles on a narrow bridge Mllll aihii 1ll.il 1 ie and had to be light a colored boy was sent to tho room are woiked without shoes. in 1 ,c country. JWOur stock of ll.iell & Son's, V L. Done. that he will not go to New York for an amputated. to make a fire, but returned immediateof hay, also have for sale 700 bales iWLimu.sii, jieiz, aenwat) ci Lo. ?IIOKS are all on the rond to other member of hiaoflicial family. Two A message recommending the anly and said no ono was in the rjom. The "00 barrels of ill do- - our lunnoiium in Kowlnnrl. k' white corn. 'n...c e goods are direct frnm lw. suffi. from the Empire State are quite nexation of the Hawaiian Island was mvBterious guests had quietly left the liver hay on cam nt 00c per 100 pounds. largest factories in the Hast, t cient. HATS of all sues and styles in abun- room John Buchanan, Crab Orchard. dance and Since tho above was written Mr. Cleve- gent Wednesday to tho Senate by the tho house without even paying tbeir since. J K. Huston land has added Hoke Smith, of the At- president, accompanied by a treaty pf rent and no one baa seen them S. M.SandtdL'fand The Louisville papers of Monday are handling and breaking harne-- s and lanta Journal, to the cabinet, giving annexation and correspondence relating to the subject. had big accounts of how one J.O. Alver-so- saddle stock on the Pence farm, near him tho position of secretary of tho inteRev. McDonald, an evangelist of tho for.nerlv of Danville, had been Mmford, and holicit business in that rior. Mr. Smithwas born in North Car "New Light church," is charged nt caught stealing money from the contri- line. olina in lSo," and is an able lawyer and ine most elegant line of Gtnts' CI OHlING m tl:K section will Vauceburg with attempting to outrage bution box of the Walnut street Metho a fine newspaper man. -- The company which proposes to j soon be opened in our house. We tan knock out the jobbers in a 10 year-ol- d girl. It was with difficulty dist church. The papers most probably build a half mile covered training Hack line of GROCKU I IvS We bought lately in this line of goods be regarded as that her father and brother were kept made a mistake in the name, as no J. C. Texas and hell used to We thank our friends for their past patronageealy at Lexington has been organized, with m he season and Alverson is known here, while A. C. Al- .Maj r. r. synoymous Urme, but a revision is now from killing him. Johnson as president, ine ope by fair dealing and polite treatment to have a continuance of necessary. Kansas has taken from the The wife of Leonard Figg, who was verson is. Alverson loft hero last sum- capital stock is ?.V),000. their valued patronage. STKHIKNS & KNOX Lone Star State any and everv claim she killed by an electric light wire in Louis- mer, but for several days before his do John Bright bought of B.ubee, the may have had to be clawed with the ville a few days ago, has brought suit parture it was generally known that he great turkey raiser, of Bourbon, a Xarra-gansplace that Bob Ingersoll says there is no against the company for $15,000. She was under suspicion of pilfering from gobbler, weighing 30 pouuds, for TO OURsuch, and has about demonstrated that waH only allowed $100 at the time of her several Danville people. It is doubtful, waich he gave 51, the express and all however, if a case could have been made running the cost up to io. she is literally! and unequivocally hell husband's death. Mr. Carlisle is quoted as having said against him in court, although there itself. A dispatch says war has broken It has been decided to reduce the out in the Legiclature. The republicans that ono of his first official steps as Sec- were abundant grounds for suspicion. nomination fee of mares in the Kenattempted to arrest the clerk of the retary will he to issue bonds to relieve He is a atrange man and those who know tucky Trotting and Breeders 35,O0O FuWe take this means of thanking you for your very liberal patron-ag- e populist House and a general street fight the Treasury, and that this will be fol- him best doubt his sanity. He lived turity to ;5 and tho nomination fee of and many favors .shown us during the past vear, and hope bv furensued, in which the clerk escaped. The lowed by a special session of Co ugresa to here about ten years, was a good me foals when named to $10. nishing you with chanic (wagon maker) was a member of republicans called for volunteers to help repeal the Sherman silver law. Youncer Norris sold G." bushels of William A. Brady, acting for James the Methodist church Bnd a regular at clover seed at JO. Colyer it Bice hae make the arrest and 150 assistant ser geanti-at-anwere sworn in. The pop- J. Corbett, deposited in New York two tendant thereof, and owned, as Louis- shipped to Butler, Mo., Hi jacks They ulists also swore in(an extra force, the checks, one for $10,000 to bind a match ville paper sayx, a good tenor voice are good ones. Four were bought from In the market at the Lowest Prices to merit a Here as in Louisville he 6ang in choir. Harvey Cobb, of House, for Jl'.OOO. governor called out the militia and can- with Charles Mitchell, and one for continuance ol the We will be found at the same old stand this year and same to bind a match with Peter Jackson He always presented a neat appearance Richmond Climax. on the capitol. The nons were trained and was never seen in low company. It republicans are now in a state of beige, under terms made by the cham pion. Farria & Whitley bought 10.J shoals James Ballard, a Garrard county was nearly two years before ho left Dan of James Allen it (5 and '21 cattle for without food and h. i. t. p. generally. farmer, attempted to shoot Daniel ville that he began to act very strange- $000. Prewitt &. Wood bought in Pulas Judgk William Lindsay is now a Thanking you for past favors, wc are, Yours Respectfully, a Richmond attorney, when ho ly. Ho would begin a piece of work but ki (iS head cattle at I! 10 to U. S. Senator, the Legislature said something in a trial sometimes when nearly 3J. Corn is belling at $J 10 to $2.75 dethere, which would quit it having elected hiin Monday, and will he thought reflected on his wife. He finished and nothing could induce him livered. Advocate. leave Frankfort in a few days for his was immediately fined $100 and sent to to touch it again. Last November a year M. L. Sjyic?, owner of the trotting new post in Washington. Twenty-eigh- t jail for 10 days. ago he went to Tennessee deer hunting horse Temple Bar, who, with ins horse, years ago tho judge was a ragged ConEd Burkhart, of Leslie county, was with a hunting club to which he belong, was expelled from the National Trotting federate soldier, without money and shot and instantly killed by his brother-in-la- ed and after ho returned was not known Association bust summer, has brought with fuw friends. He had courage and John Savior. Both parties were to strike a lick of work up to the time ho suit agunst the Cleveland Driving Park ambition, though, and soon began to under the influence of whisky when the left town, although there wero several Association for 1 110,000 damage, placmake name and fame for himself. He killing occurred. On the .same day near jobs in his shop he could have finished ing upon it the responsibility for the exclimbed the ladder two rungs at a time Manchester, Clay county, Joe Setzer was in a few hours and from which he could pulsion. and now occupies a position next to shot aud killed by James Barrett. Both have realized what to him would have BOOK-SEIiliEthe highest in the gift of the people. His murderers are under arreht. been a considerable sum of money. Just tbo Thing. career is another illustration of the posGov. Northen, of Georgia, has The Largest'Stock to select from. Prices alwas as Low When he left he went to Richmond, Thii an oprctslou the traveling public as the lowsibilities of the American boy and ought a proclamation setting forth the bravery then to Winchester and finally wound use when the tinil Boniethini; that u exact est. Mr. Thos. Dalton has charge of Jewelry Department. Watch-cs- , to inspire every ono to try to make his "life of a couple of officers who prevented a up in Louisville. He left his clothing y what they want Tint exprei.ton apptlei di- Central t.inr, luch u leclly Clocks andfjewelry Repaired and Warranted. sublime mid departing leave behind him lynching, in which he says: "Adequate aud other personal effects in a room he now to the Wiscousiu be "The Kmite'' Irom Chi. admitted by all to footprints on tho sands of time." praiBe should he also awarded to tho of- had occupied for several years and they cagotoSt. Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland, Duluth-un- d all point in the N'orthne.t. Their double ficers of tho law, as well as all thoeo pat- are there yet. Up to this hour ho has Mrs. Euuenia Dun lap Potts has service ami fine equipment offer in Old Gold and Silver taken.i.i exchange for goods. riotic and men who reso loft no order with our postmaster as to daily trainwhich can nol be iurpaiied. ilucemvnt her partner's interest in her en- lutely stood by the great bulwark of so where hia mail matter shall be forwardThU Is the only line running both through Pull- Thanking my friends and the public generally for their liberal tertaining paper, the Illustrated cial order and sternly bet their facea ed; yet he Iibs not tried to avoid Dan nun First Class and Tourist bleepers troni Clilca-gpaand will run it alone. She has against tronage in the past year, I hope to merit a continuance by to Pacific Coast Points without change. the unauthorized taking of hu- villejpcople, for he has recently hunted polite at been doing all tho work aud is solely man life." address your nearest up several in Louisville and asked about et For full informationPom!, tirncral Passenger tick- tendon, honest gooes and fair prices. agent or James C. and At responsible for the strong foothold it has PENNY his old friends here. To one acquain- 'lickot Agent, Chicago, III. THE LEGISLATURE; public favor. Wc hope she gained in tance', ho has written several letters, will continue to gather laurels and lucre The House passed the bill fixing the which are meaningless and incoherent. DR. JOS. HAAS' from its publication. auditor's salary at $;i,000, without per- The writer of this has heard that he had a brother who committed suicide a ft w Hog & Old man Blakely.of the Newport Jour- quisites. The bill to absolutely prohibit the years ago, butjwhether this be true or to assist the imnal, now carries a cane I. paired locomotion, which time has sale of cigarettes in Kentucky, which not, it would be nothing moie than wrought. It is a gold headed one and passed the House, was killed in tho Sen what is right to investigate tho unfortu- U3ed Successfully Fifteen Years. nate man's condition all around and aswas presented at a banquet by the Com- ate. disease, prevent! disease, expels Will Tho special election in Anderson, certain if he is indeed thoroughly re- worms,arrest cough, increase the flesh ami hasten Is keceivin His mercial Club of his city as a token of apstop for his great services to the Mercer aud Franklin counties, to choose sponsibleor his nets in tho eyes of the maturity. preciation Prices; $j.50, $1 as nld 50 cents per piclage; Louisville papers aro mistaken public. a successor to Senator Lindsay, will he lrw. The to tho church hero giviug him can J13.50. The largtst packages aie in regard the cheape.t. loi sale by 14 to 30 to take held Feb. 21. Col. E. H. Taylor will be a letter of dismissal, so ..I. .....1. otlicers A. K. l'KN.NV, The Senate refused Goods Warranted and a Pcricct Fit Guaranteed. Give Stanford, Ky accorded a clear track for tho place. aay. up the New Mexico Statehood bill. me call fully recommend it to others in the Mine to tho opera house Tuesday night. Mr. M. C. Thurman will eooii return JOS T -:- - ARRIVED ! F. WALTON. : SIX PAGES. M, MMWt XXNTE OF HATS, browns and blaclts, in stiff ami soft TIats, also the latest style Alpin at are still selling $2.50 apiece. Boyhi-Scharate- At - and they are going in a hurry, only a few left. will pay you buy one and lay it away for next winter, as the prices on them WILL INDUCE YOU TO BUY. ,o..7, post-ofiic- e Hh-clft.- 33 post-ofiice- post-master- Furnishing Goods of any hind Jllen's Suits at $5 that are worth 7?o .Cti'i. Suits at rants fact, anything in the Dress WILL SELL YOU BELOW ANYBODY, AS OUR SPRING GOODS ARE COMING And need the room. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, Stanford, Ky. Man ager. r'WANT : 400 : LADIES STEPHENS & KNOX , , anti-lynchiif- g ke 1 .uiui-uKi-tiu- - ,....,,., ?"T' 1 .!' 1 11 I. L. r Tor-clioiila-die- a 2,,-,-00 1 - -- - 1 -- 1 i.ii n, Below : Competition. ett -- - Friends and Customers. ' : ns The : Very Best : Goods S2,-50- 0 Che-naul- t, WILL BE GLAD TO SEE YOU ALL. full-fiedg- 1,050-poun- d McKINNEY BROS. A JiM. And P1RM1W R. DRUGGIST AND JEWELER I gen-erj- llj V pur-chase- d Engraving Beautifully and Artistically Hone. law-abidi- Ken-tuckia- n, o n m -- H.6.RUPEY,-- Poultry Remedy -- FAIiitWINTEM (GdDOBS 97- iimni. liiv - "irtrJ mrT,ipr.-m- v ww 1 vqv sri.xarx -- Jj " V -r- T-yitf,-1 !j Semi-Week- ly Interior Jouknal 71 I Stanford. Ky., Fi.inatAiiv 1,7 K),'5 BAFFLED CONSPIRATORS. jiv Tien ;c. xowuis. ) (CONTlNUi:i) CHAPTER cniKr conspirator 7 X. i:; danokr. ffSL 6iid: "Her It n i who 1j tired out; in anothtr live tuiuutudho will liave fallrn nale4). dropped his (rigur, and liurnt n lnilt ia tho hc:.:fi nv," Lonl GuiiO, hofeer, was not ho wnB only iwiurfvo. deiwewwl vud Whai h? iru Baying to himself "Thin i nzM,ir ( wlaiply iitolurshle! Whervw I go J ,'- - rnmnd to tlinl woniiin. It racily almost loo1 it Not that I if peoplo did it on porp ehoulil niiud la'etin-- ' ..cr If only dvil: hut one to he noiivnr. J va n tuiu sn.'nlti. Hniitf it alii whycvi't we bo frlfP.fV.' Wo nlwnys iwl to 1. Now, I don't suppo!o there is h man In all KstglW. whocnreH lfM nliout that kind of thin,; to tay Wy than 1 do; rttll, that ho enjoys toeitiy a rttty woman x either yawn in hi-- f iw or t.im her upon him eveiytiiue that he tnnkos an ciTort to iterfitrni hi i aovi.il dnlieP. And I have never denied that he is n pretty woman. In fact, protty iin't the woiil; fhe i ahholutely Imiuti.'nl Um moat have over seen, for Inmutiful woman lv w: mt Bat-coulko j. 1 1 j lu 1 that matter." Hero Lord Guteo IimivimI a long sigh, shifted his ioMtioim!ltolc wvcrnl pulls at his cigar, wnkh wn m.uly one "I'm not sure," ho rwmmed presently, 'that I haven't Iwn n little bii too hard upon Shil Helroir. I'm not sure that I haven't Iteen too hsnl upon women generally. Ono grovm iaon tolenuit as one Sybil, I'm yolnfl to uitv It out grown okler. After all, what harm is Ohm jiftonMH)!!, toward the j ar troakl of in t 1i!h tiiirvk'iiliiiK t fjunt of a hlmiiifftil naInirj a ih'jwt'! lKktiit; ppntleuitu wiw aotiio-ulm- cltwof tho -- lHfnm the miiokliitf room flr of a lKtti in the MuliitiiK liuil out limiting, an.l, an eirvtniir-UtKft.uiMil linn to aliHiidnit tin rluum mtlier (jirlitT than cither HtjiU liu lntd en-:n exl Uimwlf in thin comfort iI1h arm ( li.ur to hiuoko a cigar mul mr.litato a while Ix'forw K"iiiK tijmtaiM UhIivm fur htiiiiT It wax tin chief coiihjiimtor. llin muilily IkmU uikmh1 upon th Med Ins njfht unit !iiui Uxxu'ly hy f inh-rri'ittt-s- l inAiihiiiti llthl n ; liu calf, hm Ihifrt'irt aliiKmt tuuchiiiK the ll'ior, hifthcnil wai roMiuk forwurtl tijKjii l.l.--t hrenst that his hom and hi ivdilinh hoard mt't. Anyhwlv nn-ni- hint would LADIES' GLOVES. Information Itrgarilliic; Tills Ini.ortnni I'nrt of Iho Mnnlrulir. Glove play a most imipjrtant jwirt in tho feminine wnnlnl"; liothinj; a wonuiii'n cnliher w) quickly iw her chive and Ixiotn. A tthahhy tlrcs'i and Ixinnet aro ofton rwleenioil nnl utailo iiliiiimt fli- s Intrrralliig ft flmf sI WAI.KI.NO tlllVR. HVKMKII OLOVK, and IkkiU. They nro an oxptMiHlvo luxury, hut fmycd HtiKor tips aro tho height of vulpu-ity- . Many women ruin lutitiful piwtw hy v.'ith tluir wearing kIovcs iiiconiii-ten- Kiint hy neatly fitting k1v t toiU't. A tailor inado gown or walkiiiR worn in tho lnorniiiK chould Ihi con-tuin- o v hya slovoof Itunsian hnithur, in shades of rxsl or tan. TIiun hanno-nizwith almost any continue. Tlie walk inf; kIovo is heavy and is deoorattd with narrow htitchinp, with I.rK hrass hut toiiH or chiMp, and tho prices ranp) from fl r0 to $!.). A really economical and k(h1 wetiriiiK i;luvu for tho woman whoso menus aro lltnited is tho huttonless Ioomj nic glove ThoM aro ohpecially nice for hhoppinj; end can ho had for ono dollar a pair. In tho afternoon tho fashionahle worn-tiwears wiedo niouMiuetniro gloves to match tho gown. Tor receptions, when tho glove doou not match tho gown, "modo color" i now tho fad, anil is worn with nil gowns. This glovo is n pulo junk. In length theso aro from four to eight hutton o n inou.-q;ie-tai- ro. ' Tho recent fashion of wearing white glaco kid with Mack or whitest itching is not m) prevalent. They aro cxikmimvh gloves to wear on account of their delicacy of color, as they can rarely Iwt worn on nioro than thrco occasions, when tho only resource is tho cleaner. For evening wear tho imiIo tints of Htiedo or puro white gloves aro always pennissihle. Gloves, however, in tho shades of evening gowns aro more " sirahle. Tho usual length is twenty buttons, which, when worn with short wleoves or fiimplo shoulder puiTrt, shows a portion of tho nnn. It is seldom that an evening glovo is inado of ono pieco of kid, glovemakers claiming that no skin is perfect and much must ho cut away, in couFequenco of which thero is n joining in tho very long pairs of gloves. A clover girl says sho economizes in ro- gard to her dancing gloves hy wearing whito gloves, and when tho fingers anil hnnds of tho glovo hhow wear outs it off at tho wrist, buys n fresh pair of short gloves and joins them on thoBoain,whic?i is hidden in tho wrinkles at tho wrist. Black gloves aro tho prettiost on tho hand, hut they aro tho least endurable and always moro exiensivo. Thoro is no economy in cheap gloves. de-""- ,t tiniols a bonnet whisk mounted on a silver handle. It is w pretty that ono ni.w in iiso it to drive out tho hits of dust that will get on tho daintiest of look A Ooutlu Hint. A delightful present to receive at any I chapcaux, and which, unless tiioy aro quickly removed, will causo it soon to anything but nw Ihrro in flirtation? And how do I know tlmt sho has ever done nnything worm than itirt? I don't IrHovo she has, and certainly I don't believe u titlwi of the atorv-which ui awko haven't exchanged a dotwi words with her in their lives think theunwlves very knowing for telling about Iht. "A niiv lot they mv themwlvosl I ctwilrt tell her ono or two things about tollovx who are always Hiiue of )1m liauciu louud Iter which would make ojK-her eyw, I Miapect, though she Of is by way of km wing everything. to telltales, cnnrM it in't prmih-ibl- e but. ujmii my wonl, I kot.ietunen nlnuvt wish it vnl Talk alxiut tho duplicity of women! Why, what enn you vxicct of them when tluy have to contend against the duplicity of men':" It will be ttfireivod that in the course of the MJUUiKTiind autumn Ixird Gui.Vs had unviews with regard to tho dergone homo modification. Hut that ixriui;s wiu scarcely enough to account his low sjrfrits; Ikiiuim, although one is Nirry to liuvo formed unjust one dix-- not exactly make ones self micrahlc over mistakes td which. Mug hut mortal, we aie all liable. Aul, indeed, to um matters up, Lord GuKo was unhappy because a l.uly whom no had known from In r childhotd would have nothing to iwiy to him. He was iiIm) jiuzrled; otherwise potibly ho won' 1 liave been ha unhappy. While he w.n thoughts ai.d revolving vague e)njectures in his iniud his hot trauio-ii- l a ruddy, jovial ohlrenthman in ami throw hiitiM'lf dnwu upt)ii a chair, dropping his hunting crop. "Well. (lui,"Kiid lie, "you've niis.-e- d the miickest thing of the "That," obwrviMl Lonl Guii-- "is of coure. Who ever went out on a lame horeo witlHitit inisMiug the quickest tiling of tho ncnaon? I don't want to hear about it, thank you. We shall have a Koh1 many trustworthy account of it before vv .i allowed to gu to btsi, no d.aiht. I Miipoi all tlm other men were well in it from start to fluidiV" "Well, niiHt of t'lein, Indieve. Ono or two of the women, too. I must say I enjoy seeing women rido straight to hounds." "I don't believe it," answered Lord Guiso jnditely. "Oli, you'ron lalso wo all know that. You don't enjoy seeing women in tho hunting field or anywhere else. Uy tho way, what's wrong with Lady Btdvoir that she won't coine out? .She was h keen as mustard last year." "I'm sure I don't know," nnswertsl Lonl Gui "Perhaps her norve is to go." "No lour. I only wish I had half her, pluck; but at my time of life one finds! out that ono isn't quite what one tfcd to j 1k. Do you know what my wife sn s? She says she believes Lady Ilelvoir b.n stopped hunting liecaitso jou don't approve of it." "That," oliMived Lord GuNe, getting up and stretching lmuelf, "is ilatte--iu- g to mebut ai a shot it can't be called good. Lady Ilelvoir doesn't honor me ly asking for my opinion of licr jirocetslings, and nothing is more cerif sho did, sho would detain than cline to Ik influenced by it. When Lady Ilelvoir has given up doing all tho things that 1 disapprove of sho will be a tolerably promising candidate for tho Salvation Army." "Oh, well, ono must mako allowances," said tho good natnred old gentleman. "Perhaps if you or I were in her place young and protty and of any control, you know wo should act pretty much as sho does, eh?" "I haven't a doubt of it," answered Lord Guise. "Let us bo thankful thr.t wo aro not exposed to tho gamo temptations. It's about timo to go and dress, isn't it?" Possibly this plea for leniency, coming as it did from an unprejudiced outsider, and chiming in with tho voice of his own conscience, may not have been without a certain effect upon him. At any rate, when ho had dressed and had joined tho largo party awaiting him in tho drawing room (Lord Gulso was always lato for dinner), ho felt ready to mako any that could bo reasonably expected of him for ono situated as Lady Ilelvoir was. Tho only thing that he could mako no allowauco for was her marked and insistent neglect of an old friend. Ever since the end of tho London seasonsuch a long time ago now ho had lieen perpetually encountering Lady Ho had met her at Goodwood; ho had met her at Cowes; ho had met her in Scotland, and it Doncaster and at Nowiuarket; nnd now, as sure us ever ho accepted an invitation to a country house, so surely was her faco among the first '. hr s fr judjr-inen- t, s -- Ma-on.- " I e, , 1 what-d'ye-call-i- th-it- , indo-jK'iide- nt Bel-voi- r. can call m a mocormu person; but in coining down in u tweed suit ami an& HorfolkiWestern R.R. nouncing that lie meant to drive to tht tills ease I . im not avenging privnte & n. trap. svroagx; I ar-- noU:. as the ohampion of esazscccar&ei meot, if ho might have a poiiy "And pei Imps," he added, "as Lady my sex. And my mtx may feel sure that Schedule Dec 18, he drew near, and this method of treat- Belvolr isn't going to hunt, sho will keep I will do tho thing tlioroughly." LHAVE NO It TON" DAILY ment, which at first hud scarcely stirred inn company," which did not lesson tho 7:00 a m for Graham. UtuefieM, I'ocahtniaa his curiosity, had ended by provoking g"iier.il astonishment. i BU COXTINCED.J tlO uliillstatio is Flat Top and i'ocihnnUs Divn Lord Guiso himself was a littlo him bejond all endurance. What the lotn liJ:04 noon, lor IMucficU. Radian). RtunnLr. when his proposition was at deuce did shq mean by it? That was all Lynchlture, Richmond and Norfolk. Alvj (via onco acceded to, for ho had been fully Koanoki-ho wanted to know. for WatHintfon, llnonitivtit, Ilarrii- . j. Phitn'Mpbuiu-- New Yrtrl il 5?H25l81fC Whatever she may hnvo meant by it piepared for a rebuff. However, it ifOnVV kJUj ruilman Sleepln Can from Ui'i'ville to N I Mi.iKt30.UliO seemed that Lady Belvoir'a mood had sho evidently did not proviso disconI!lolk vU Norton and Radford; alto Kadlordn New York, via Shenandoah junction, also tinuing it that evening. The friend of changed during the night and that ehe Will Wltn as vh'! liiaueuratlon. to Washington; alio from I ynchlitirg to Ric U her childhood wrs requited to escort was now willing to bury tho hatchet mond. Train tor Pocahoneu, PowhaUnand or rewithout further explanation her to the dining room; but wiarcely a The nad to will leave Blueficld daily at 6 10 a 10,830 a m, 05 word could bo got out of her, though proaches, WahiDKton cl p in und s 30 i in. Leave Uluofield 6 in a m daily for Kenova and lering thi.j;r"U !;e amiablo "I am going," said sho as soon as sho he did what in him lay to m inducements Colnmbut, O. Atrive Columbus q 15 pm and conciliatory. No soon r had they had settled herself in tho littlo pony cart Additional traint for Welch and Inttrinecilate 1. the way ol cencry, histor itationi on ElMiurn Itarc llluaneld tojpm and taken their places than her shoulder and had drawn a fur rug round her, "to p m daily. iC interntt and way. Just was tnrnisl toward him, and from that enjoy mytelf for onco in a Trains arrive at Norton Irom the East dally at rain ericu If for this morning I want to forgot everym Chesapeake time until tho departure of the ladle ie lop fin and c 10 p in ax to R'v, lor ad Oh!.,passes Ac. applytin r informationNorfolk schedules ratei, all his efTorts to attract her attention thing disagreeable, nnd I should take it .V Wesurn Railto agenti of .vh c h W. n llEVlLL, proved fruitless. Sometimes sho did not as a favor if yon would do tho same. Inn the (utile roader to Gen. Pass. Ajt Iloanoke, Va. tielHit Virgin wo shall hnvo to spend tho next iipltoar to hear what ho said, and even Since II nd Wot Va. when she did reply it was in tho brief- hour or two together our wisest plan a II d the must pi turoque r will lie to mako the best of ono another; est isjssible terms. Lord Guise, liko the Klons r f Amiri-- a .IF YOU ARE GOING., generality of phlegmatic men, was ob- don't yon think so?" In' S. V is the 01 ly And indeed it was not difficult tomnko stinate and persistent. Ho was not goor Dinitit ing to bo put ofT in that way any longer tho best of her, because from that moTiain Ail the through trams ment she began to mako tho very best of THE without knowing the reason why; bo ho arclignted wit,, herself. This was no longer Lady waited patiently until an opportunity cIeerlU)4nd the professional beauty, the hard heated with He- - m. I jt lowest KicurMon Rates adoccurred, later in the evening, of liikM roi dressing Lady Ilelvoir privately; and hearted, cynical woman of the world; it nie com, 'n L il . ,p'j iu nearest(..em ml r Kn very likely he did not think of asking was the Sybil of bygone years pretty, (rtntir lasci.fr . lit Cli'i'ii u. (. himself by whom that opjHrtuntty had willful, high spirited, but capable, asono I who had known her well had formerly lieen created. I LeuiovjiLc a Nashvilic n. n. i He drew a chair up beside hers, seated thought, of warm aff's.tions and gener1893. himself with a determined air, and said. ous impulses. It was of those bygone "Now, S bii, I'm going to have it out years alone that she chon to talk. She Is the liac for you, a& its r.!ked her companion whether he rememwith you. How have 1 offended you?" I5azly "Have I ever said I was offended?' bered taking her out hunting "You Mike cloie connections at sho asked, raising her eyes slowly to his. didn't object to ray hunting then, did Harper's Mazarine for 193 will continue le "No; because that would hare lieen you?' Bhe observed in a parenthesis and maintain tht unrivalled .tamfaid cf fcxcelhKicc LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all paints. sujR'rfluous. Hut jtcrhnrM, after all, it how she had rushed her horso at a fence, which lias chararicrliwl it from the beginning irii't olTeiw; MrlMip it'a averaioti. If and had been within an aco of getting n Among the notable leaturra of the J ear uitl be THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. HAGGAGE.CHECKED THROUGH c so, I should like to In told what have norty fall, and how she had almost cried newrneUhyA fenan D)l, Cnatanee For any information ej,iulrecf Wuolwm ai d V. illiam rUck. Short stories ho scolded her for her bad riding. done to incur it. We iwd to get on when JOES. RICE. Agent, he popular Then there were other incidonts which will day, contrlluittd lv the meatWllkins, writers pretty well together onoe uion a time." including Murv E. Richard the W. W. PP.NN. Trav. P,., M. Lady Ilelvoir sighed evt r so slightly. she recalled to his memory and which ho thews andTu.,t.. ST. .... TVl ....1 II.. ...I. descrip-Junction C'ty, Ky Im Illustrated othvr. "I think," she remarked, "that that was had Hiipposed that sho had long ago for- tiw wpers n.aii) Ralph wllleirbrnte artichi bv Julian unu vaicfu budjvi, oy lKjforo you to Buying unkind nnd gotten. In those far awuy days ho had on flew oouiiifiiiIndia: by I'oultcev KiKelewi nc on nu spiteful things iilauit me lx hind my been wont to give her good advice, cau- odore Child Germany hy Richard llarditit? DaU Russia trd tioning her against tho selfish and cor- on a London Mrn; hy I ol T. A. Dodc (in CHESAPEAKE back." & OHIO Hnsttrn Rider; 01c dwtn A. "What things?' asked Lord Guise, rupt society which fhe was about to tions nl Shakespeare ' ICotntxlles AliLey'a illustrawill he continreddening a little. "Of conree one does enter, and imploring her to distrust tho ued. Lin rirv articles will Lc contributed by WilCharle Kll- -t S'ortcn. Mrs. Jame 'I. advances of men whose character nnd liam Dean HouclU, Rrander MatthewsFields, others sometimcN say things everybody does and nlKiiit one's best friends which one would previous history mut be unknown to Khiladeiphin Ikj sorry for them to hear, but it is tho her. Well, sho certainly had not profitHARPER'S PF.RIOI1ICALS. Baltimore, iicvv York, taloliearers who are unkind and spiteful. ed by theso counsels. Her development And all other Eastern Cities IV r Venr: I have called yon a flirt, I admit." hnd been singularly, almost inexplicably, Ilnrpcr'i. Macarlen...- ?4 00 ShorrestI.inr tetren Loulsvl'le, Lexip;ton'nnd "And you don't consider that n spite- rapid; the bioom of her youth and inno, Weekly 4 00 I Eastern Points. 4 (v cence had been rubbed off at tho very Harper's Ikizir ful thing to say?" 2 llarptr's You us 1'copie IN.EFFECT NOV. 1, 1S93 "Couio now, Sybil, you surely won't first touch. Thinking rather sadly of Pos.ace Free to a'l subscribers in the Unite! this, nnd of what she was, and wliat ho deny that you am a flirt." KAbT ROUND. Lve. Lexington "1 do deny it. Is it my fault if I can't had once hoped that sho might be, Lord States lantiCa jlJ Mexico. Atlantic Exprois No a, daily make myself in the least pleasant or Guiso could not help saying: 7 lepm friendly to any man without his at once "I never understood why you married The Volumes of the Macazinc begin ilh the Midland Accommodation,74 No 56. ex Sun.1t.40am Vtst'buled Express, No daily 6.10pm jumping to ridiculous conclusions? But Ilelvoir. It was always a mystery to Niimben foi June and Deceit ner lor each vr. Mt. Sttrling Accom , No. a3, e. Suu 5 jpm beM hen no time Is mentioned, nil ecrif tions it is UM'h'ss to attempt excuses, and in- me." WESTBOUND. Arr. Lexington : gin with tho number current at the lime ol re"Was it?" she leturned, with a quid: ceipt ol order. Round Volume of Harper's Mag Lexington Accom., No 37, ex Sun deed it worth while. used to 7 Sjam clotn hick, lor three Louisville ,a j0pm think that on were diTeient from tho movement of her head towanl him. "1 urinebe sent qy years post paid,neatreceipt bimliiK, Lexington Lxpress No ai dailv ol ?3 eo en will mail, Accom. No. 35, ex 4 1JPm am glad of that. I thought you were per tolume. Cloth caws fur binding, 50 cents cstibuled Express No: j daily others, but I have discovered my mis6. lopm take. Pray go on slandering me to your quite convinced that I married him for eich by mall, pit piid be made by So'id Vostlliuled Trains ith Dinirg Cars. N Remittances should Ids position." I haven't complained, heart's cont.-nt- . fcu tranfrrs Money Order or Drilt to avtld bance of lo.es Through S eepcrs from Lexii glon without Newsppcn are not to env this advcrtlsment "I couldn't conceive of any other and I don't mean to complain." without the express ord'r of Harper V Urothers change. Though this was said very proudly it H W FULLFR. Address: HARPKItft 1IK0I IILRS.r, f. R RYAN. "I suppose not. Ah, well! it is an old Gen. IMss. Agt. was not said without a perceptible falNv York. Ass't Gen. Pas. Act., Washington, D. C Cincinnati. tering in the speaker's voice which story now. and nobody cares what my caused Lord Guise to feel both torry and reason may have been, and since then I 1893. ashamed. He answered quite humbly have been engaged to Percy Thorold and that he had no wish to slander anybody hnvo thrown him over, and I have been least of all one for whom ho had al- more than half inclined to engage myself ILLUSTRATED. ways had tho sincerofct reganl. Would to a dozm other men. What does it she mind telling him of any particular matter? There is ono right person, nnd Harper's Weekly is acknowledged as rtandinK instance in which he had slandered her? only one. for everybody. Tailing that first among Illustrated weekly pcricdlc.il in "Oh, you wouldn't allow that it wns person Tom is as good a3 Dick, and America. It occupies a place bet een that of the slander," ah" returned. "Besides, I really Dick aa Harry. Don't you think so?" burned daily paprr and that of the less timely This and other speeches of a like nat- inonthls nia;riue. It Includes loth literature don't can; you are welcome to bay what nrd news, and pitsents with equal lor co and felic you pleae. Only iierhujH it is a little ure produced a strango and disturbing ily the real events of curient h story and the im of effect upon Lord Guise. It was little axinatlte thelitis of fiction. On accountWorlditss too much to expect that I should beover-joyescry cmnpicle jriic-- of illustratu ns "I the 1 meet you. Have you seen enough that ho thought about fox hunt- Fair, it will he not onlv tho het guide to the when c LuuuMTsr ra ing that day, and although tho hounds Kreut Kxposillnn, but also its l.eet suusenlr. Evn w - vsar mM o anything of Mr. Schneider lately?' public event of yenei.il int'rtwt will be full Lord (Jniso knitted his brows and fouud at the first covert, and ho wit- ery illustriied in its pages. Its contributions bcin icountry, scanned her face sharply, but her low- nessed the beginning of what promised from the best writers and artiM in this news to bo u glorious run, ho quite forgot to it will continue to excel in literature, class. and ered eyelids told no t'tloJ. Illustrations, all other publication of its "Schneider?" ho repeated; "yes, I saw wish himself on horseback. During the Twctty mllothe Shortest to HARI'ER'a PERIODICALS. him a few weeks ago. Ho lias been in homeward drive ho scarcely spoke at all, nor did he put iu an appearance at high favor with the bigwigs since ho rePer Year: luncheon. While the ladies were doing Harper's Magazine duced the Kadical majority in Scotland, -- U 00 4 00 St. Louis, Harper's WceMs Chlcaji.'. Michigan P. lots, and now they are going to put him in justice to that meal ho was walking up Harper' Ratar. 4 Cleveland, llullalc Detroit, and down his bedroom, and saying to Haiper's Young People for Slumlwrton, you know." a co Indianapolis and the West, himself in u"itated accents: e England, Canxda, Nc "I know nothing about him or his Postoce Free to all subscribers lu the'Unitcd "Good ht'ivcus, no! this will never do. States, Cxnad.iaud Mimio. plans; he has seen fit to cut me dead. liOvSton, How delightful it is to be cut dead hya I may he entirely mistaken, and even if Philaiiclnbis KaHiniore, Washington, Mr. Schneider! And how pleasant it is I were not just thin1.: of it! Onco upon Quickest tine tollarrodsburg, Frankfurt, Ky TIe'volumes of the Weekly liogin nith o first a time Sybil wiia as good a girl us ever Number of lanuar) of eacn ear. When tluotirte Richmond, VIRGINIA Shortest Laud to think that he has ben warned against Quickest l.ue to mo by a friend who has always had tho lived; but of lato years oh, it's notorious, i futiorcii subscriptions will begin with the the time ol receipt nt order. suicerest regard for me! I wonder why you know. Facts aro fact, and there's nuuibir current iu of Harper's Weekly lor three Hound Volumes no getting over them. I can only do ono years bsck, nejt cloth bindli ir, will be sent by KT1HJW Mr. Moreton has Hod to New Zealand, of evpense hv and I wonder who persuaded Percy thing, mid I'll do it before I'm an hour mail fostaqe paid, ordcts express, tree $1 per SOLID YKSTIRULED TRAINS thro with not exceed pioiidcd the Ireicht Birmingham, Mend, out change via Chattan:-ogaolder!" lor I7 per volume. Thorold to circumnavigate the globe!" bind tan, miking direct connections en route for Km Cloth can's for each volume, suitable for The mistress of that houo w.is an ob1, at all events," answered Lord "Not ing, will bo sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of vilic, Ashcville, l.Tncliourand points in the Guise; "Iain innocent of having advised servant old woman, who knew how to $1 each. Remittances that circular tour. Or, at least, if I did put this and that together. It was there- Mcne) Order orshould tobe msde by ot loss. asoid chance Dralt tell him and now that I come to think fore with genuine reluctance and regret Newspapers aie net to copy this advertisement of it I believe I did that it would bo that sho made a communication to Lady without tno express order nl Jllnrper & Urothers. At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmit'g Address: HARPER S. IlllOrilKKS. ton, Chat'eston, Aurjusta, Maron, Sav nrah a good way of spending tho recess, it Ilelvoir later iu tho afternoon. New ork llrunswick, Lake Cit),ThoinasvilIe aud 1'I.ORI "Lord Guise has lieen telegraphed for. in order to get him out of your wasn't DA points. has gone away in a great hurry," The only lire running solid Vcstibuled trains with way that 1 did so. In fact I happen to and Pullman iloudoir or Palace Slecpini; Cars to St. 1893. sho said. "It seems that ho was actually know" AtKUtliiie without change lor any class of pas"Oh, so do I!" interrupted Lady Ilel- out of the house before wo had finished ter ger or bifpgage. Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur voir. "I am quite aware that I had luncheon. Ho didn't like to disturb us, Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS point. ho says iu tho note that ho left for mo. ceased to bo a danger. Yon had already ILLUSTRATED. Sllotre.it and quickr't to Aunistsn, Selma, 1 am so sorry!" Dncct corncwtictis made at NEW OR-- I delivered him from mo" FANS without omnibus transfer for Gfllvei tet But Lady Belvoir did not appear to bo "And you, from him." Harper's Ilarar is a journal for the hone.' Ill Houston, Austiu, about fashthe "Yes, if you like. But your opinion sorry at all. Sho was iu great spirits that gives and fullest and latest infoimatlonParis designs its ions, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. evening; sho laid asido tho air of demure ana pattern numerous illustrations, indispensable of mo was as bad as ever, and I dare say sheet supplements are you may hnvo thought that no friend of propriety which had characterized her alike to the home dress maker andtothe pmfessiun The enly through line to Jnckso-- i and Vicksburg, make its ar- Miss., nl modiste. No cxpetixo is spared La., making direct mine was likely to bo much better than since her arrival; she took a leading part tistic attractiveness of the highest order. Its without hhreveport transfer lor Dallas, connections omnibus Fort amusing comedies aud tnoughtful Austin, San Antonin, El Paso and points iu Worth. hriuht myself. Very well; opinion is free, and in certain high jinks, which it is needless essax s stories, all is l.nnous and Its sttlsfv to particularize, aud toward the small asa budget of wittastes humor last pageweekly is you can keep yours. You can do your In its and iiuervsi iu best to deprive mo of my friends, nnd Hours of the morning sho wrote to a cor- sues rvcrycuitig is inciuuea wiucn ix ui wiltten by TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. be for 'l'he you can object to everything that I do, respondent of hers In Westmoreland a women. ltesant serialsEdna 1893 will Christine Ter l,all and Walter For through ratci, correct county maps and lu nnd put tho worst construction upon all letter, in which the following passages hune Herrick will furnish a practical scries enti tied "At the Toilet." Grace Kmif, Olive Ihornc information call on Agent at Junction Citv, Ky my actions, only you must really not ex- occurred: Candace Wheeler willbo fnciuent con- or address W. I). lOZATT. "I told you I would do it, and now it Miller anJ 'lite work ot women in tho Colmnbiau pect me to look as if I liked it." tributors, Trav Pass, AkL, Jnnciion City.Ky is as good as done. Lonl Guiso fled pre- Kxposition will be fully represetiied by many D. MILLER. D. G. EDWARDS. w;us that unusual quaver Again thero T. V. Higgmson, in 'Women and lustrations '1 rafhc Mangr , G. P At T. A., In her ladyship's voice, and again her cipitately from me today, lest a worse Men," will please a cultivated audience. Cincinnati. thing should lefall him. Perhaps you conscience stricken hearer felt touched HARPER'S PERIODICALS. nnd penitent. What sho had said was think 1 shall give chase? My dear girl, ho could it is not I who shall pursue him, but he so very nearly tho truth that Per Year:' jk Scientific Aflurleaa who will come crawling back to me. 1 darner's Magazine. not set up much of a defenso for him$4 00 Ageioy forj Sh ho assured her that if he had heard from Percy tho other day. He Harper's Weekly .400 self; but , 4 ilaiar ever spoken unadvisedly or ill naturally was at San Francisco, und was as miser- Harper's Y0UJ12 People a 00 Hauler's of her ho was very sorry for it, and that able as you could wish him to be. In a Postage Free to all subscribe! in the l' tilled few weeks ho will be back in England, States, Canada and Mexico. More-to- n ho wouldn't do it again. As for and then, my dear, you will bo good nnd Schneider "Oil, what do I caro about Moretons enough to put your prido in your pocket The Volumes of the lUiar begin with th first ,xS5v"!i car. When no TV A wm mr-- OAVCATS. . and Schneidors?" sho interrupted, half and forgive him. In fact you will have Number for January of each; will begin with time the subicriptions TRADE MARKt. to do so; because if you don't I shall is mentioned at the tune of receipt of order. laughingly, half Impatiently. Then all Number current ll&l DESIGN PATIMTS.I Hound volumes of Harper's, Pazar for three of a sudden sho jumped up and crossed make uo scruple about telling him what COPVRIOHTS. atcJ years back, in neat cloth binding will be sent by For Infortsat Ion and freo Handbook srrtta to tho nom to join a group of young men I know to bo tho case. mail, poxtago paid, or by express, free of expense voaatv hush co. aa huoadwat. niwAmerica. vol"Thoro isn't such a superabundance oi (provided tho IreiKht does not exceed $1 pel and maidens, leaving it to bo inferred Oldest bureau for securing patents In volume. Krery patent taken out by us is brought beforA happiness iu this world that ono can af ume) for $; perfor each that what had vexed her had not been j suitable for bind tfefl publlo by notloe ttven ireo or oJucrue ta tha Cloth ford to throw away one's chance for the ing, will Cases by mail, post pnld.im ticeipt of bo sent bo much tho los of her admirers as tho sake of punishing n goo?e. As for loss of her old friend's esteem. Remittances should be made by Her old friend thought all this over ' Guise, who deserves no mercy, he shall Monev Order or Draft to avoid chaiu u ol loss. Larcnst ctreulal Ion of any aclraUfto naner In tha Newspapers are r.ot to OPV thlsadvertisement seriously before ho went to bed, and on get none. I mean to lay that man pros- withoutthe IllustrsUd. No tntelllaeut world. teas order of Harrier & Urothers. man should bo without It. Weeklr. KI.Vi my feet, and when ho is theie ) the followlug day, which was again a trate at AdJrcw: HARPER & llROtHERS. ngsus AwreH jsunn yer iuiubii, '4 AfxWdway, Ntw fork New York. ifVBVuasw, hunting day, hu surprised everybody by t shall simply danco on his head. Nobodj that ho descried after his arrival. Well, it wns not nn unpleasant faco to contemplate quite tho reverse hut it was turned away tho moment that r :W ' 1 , ) I e t Rad-lor- r,,. 1 ji I 1 -- 1 IfOHTH WEST, Bel-voi- r, I 1 . As-ut- tl mm k H r5' V?W I I Harper's Magazine. "illustrated. m I 3oubZc Trains 1 Fecl-n'r- ll.l. . 1 I A"' u-o- k RAILWAY. Washington, Harj-cr'- CO 111 n't 1 111 ren-son- ." Harper's Weekly. QRbflgQV 943HhLuo -'s-v- -ir d CO Nev York, 11 111 (OHILEAN , J I e, 1 " PoM-ofti- Harper's Bazar. Mo-Id- ?. Il- a M,' SSSSSSSSSSSS' , Post-offi- gtimtilit Qmttiitm 1 I 1 J V n I' p I ' hi W" r r ra h 1 . ? !'. "M i it neck out of her collar so ns to look still ply a pseudonym) write a also regarding B1J.L EN HOUTE. longer waisted. his future, inclosing a chart of his palm "No," said tho short, stout lady; and a lock of hair, asking to know what MEETING A SISSY TRAVELING MAN "shortness nnd stoutness aro regarded by tho future of one possessing those things tho fashion plato makers ns deformities, may bo. ON THE TRAIN. Tho thumb is marked strongly nnd nnd you have to go nnd get somo social nrtist to work at it to design your clothes would indicate that in your early life He Ovcrlioirn tlio t'atlietlc Vall nfn Stout just ns you would go to n specialist if you whittled toward yourself a good Lady and Deals With a ltcurt I'rom you had a club foot and get him to mako deal; also that uot many generations liack j'our ancestors competed with tho Alonzo Hclclicr nf Kmt Hnwlso'a Center. your boot for you." "Why is it, do you suppose?" Ethel woodpecker in their glad, free scufllo for (Copyright, SKI. by Edgar W. Kye.l food in tho forest; also that during tho nsked, with great, wondering eyes. En Routh. do not know," said the short, stont enrly iart of tho eighteenth century, "I The nblo critic who 1ms held out for lady sho swung feet back and possibly Inter, your folks walked on tho years that Mrs. Stowo hail excluded tho forth as a baby in a her chair. "There palm of the hnnd a good deal and resemhigh liko possibilities of poetic licenso when sho nre surely enough of us, nnd somo of us bled tho Highbehind or Bluenosed babrepresented Eliza ns escaping over tho nro qnito refined. You know it is not oon of Lake Dennis, in equatorial Africa. Ohio river on cakes of ieo is now dead. generally believed that stout women nro Tho headlino runs backward toward Ho died in Florida in January from ex- refined. A man may get so stout that tho wrist instead of forward, thus indiposure whilo skating on tho St. John's oven the pres'dentinl chnir isn't big cating that you will gradually, ns years river, and when they found him friends enough for him, and yet ho will not roll on, add more and more to what you had to cut ont n square rod, perch or loso any prestige, but let a lady do not know. polo of ico with his body in order to send Tho hair does not indicnto nnythiug, along about 5J0 to 40 begin to weigh well him homo. nnd shun tho slot machines, nnd then and I would havo respected you more if He always maintained that tho Ohio Ftraugers in a crowd look upon her ns you had told mo you had none. river never oven frozo enough to mako a they would on a man who rides on ono It is good, vigorous hair and seems to cako of ico between Cincinnati and Cairo. railroad ticket nnd carries ahivo of busy grow quito rank, indicating that you Last January Eliza with her infant child bees with him in tho same seat, or puts ro of a lymphatic temperament and could havo crossed over with bobileiU the hive there, at lwv?t. nnd lets tho bees hnvo a cool skin well adapted to tho team. and a growth of hair and whiskers, too, that select their own seats. "Yes, that is so," said Ethel, "but will toss to and fro in tho summer breezo theso who know you lovo you if you as you grow to bo a man nnd whilo you nro stout. That's moro than somo can nro adding all tho time to your lack of intelligence, thus fitting yourself for say whom I know of." "I hope so," said tho short, stout lady, duty as a juror in tho future. Your hair would indicate that you inwith a tear in her eye ns sho tried to get her overshoe on by kicking it against herit from your father's side, ami that tho other foot, but only succeeded in you aro not strong physically. You need fracturiug a whalebono or two nnd tip- out of door exercise, cheerful company nnd a shampoo. ping her hat down over her nose. In choosing a wifo you had better "Thcro ought to bo somo recompense. Wo aro ashamed to ask for clothing of select a lady with a wooden limb. Then our size, nnd nobody over attempted to you can keep the limb looked up in tho design anything for us especially, for bureau drawer, nnd sho will no doubt re W H It I'W wo wouldn't wear it anyway, no matter main at homo moro than sho otherwise how becoming it was, if it had got to be would. You should not marry ono who tho uniform of the fat women of tho uni- could easily escajH.1. verse, and so thero you are." Then they both had to get off tho train -there, nnd Ethel had to borrow a traveling man's samplo caso for tho short, stout lady to step on as sho got off the coach. A Drstil I'utlurr. I havo not been richly endowed by nature with tho fatal gift of beauty, but it "Oil, nOTHElU" might havo been worse than it is, though In West Virginia wo had to havo all when I pass through a car nnd afterwnrd Btoves and a funiaco going all day in tho look back and see tho passengers examopera house, as well as tho entire gas ining their watches to if they are service, including footlights, in order to still running 1 can think of tho short, warm tip for evening service, and even stout lady and say, What if I, too, had then wo wore whito sweaters and been thus? shoulder breakfast shawls over our dress Written in a childish hand comes a suits on tlio stage. request from little Alonzo Belcher of ?5V3VaSVe. Natural gas is getting less plentiful, East Rawlse's Center asking, this paper so that there how ho can cure soreness of tho tongue. and tho demand increas-ewas great suffering from cold nmong the Alonzo, it seems, during tho cold weather poor, who had to return to tho electric was acting nsundersttidy for tho property Tho Rider Golly, Sal, does yo' fink light and cast aside their parlor gas logs man at East Kavlo's Center, nnd ono of ro' kin walk 'cres dat narrer bridge? for tho time. Heavy manufacturing en- tho other stage hands, a bright young Tho Ridden Crossing th bridge is terprises also decrease tho quantity of whaleback fanner, got Alonzo to accept nothing! Why, I gas for homo consumption, nnd as usual a wager that he (Alonzo) could not craso tho corporation sails gayly on whilo the with his tongue- the 11:11110 of Pistache citizen has to go to bed to get warm. Oleson, the rising young Swedish nightC3jrlIow strangely mankind does! ingale and child wonder, which sho (Miss Wo go and beg on bended knees for Oleson) had written in blue chalk on the largo corporations to como and build gas pijK? of her dressing room whilo at nnd do business in our town to raise the tho Grand Ojieni House of East Rawlse's prico of our lots, and yet how long is it Center. before wo write a pieco for tho county Alonzo accepted tho wager nnd now paper saying that wo are driven to the writes tu ask about what ho shall do. wall by theso great corporations, and that Alonzo has a large, copious tongue, wo hato thorn like everything? which almost encircled tho gas pipe, and Wo are only children in this life, outlines of it may still bo seen there. dressed np in men's clothes, and I luit For one night ho and the opera houso with Dr. Briggs that there is a chancb in occupied the same apartments. The next "can stand on my hind feet right tho future stato for growtli and develop- day they jogged along together till about ment. I cm seo how I conld grow in a noon, when the other stage hands told here, or now the authorities, and steps were taken to future Btato nnd add to what know. arrange it so that tho op'ra house and fvvi Duriug tho terrible of tho cold young Belcher could be used separately. r. a &sW ) wo met on a train ouo day bound we-s- t You se you dare not cut out a pieco tho rarest thing 1 ever saw on earth-vi- z., of gas pie that way for fear of asphyxiaw "sissy" traveling man. Travel tion, and they could not cut it off at tho ing men are most generally business meter, it seems, as the company had armen. They havo to be. They are mostly ranged it mi that gas would bo "conpretty nigged, masculine- men, with sumed" every evening, whether tho houso voices that you can hear "tho darkest was opened or not, and they did not see night that ever blew." how they could chnngo it. This one was constantly running up A hot shoehorn, however, was apagainst things that were just as rude as plied to the tongue, and soon tho littlo they could Ik. That was as far as he sufferer was removed from tho real es"even stand on ono foot only, ever got. Some people wore real hateful, tate and again became his own personal nnd"- and ho claimed that once his blood boiled property. Ho went home, he exclaims in tho letliko everything. Slaybo it was tho morning when ho ter, feeling like a man that has a redhot took a sponge bath in tho north end of cuttle bono in his mouth and cannot get tho sleeper at Pittsburg, as tho train it out. Ever since then ho has comtook breakfast there. You must know municated with tho outside world wholthat tho spongo bath facilities cannot lx ly by means of tho jKn. No ono can just what one would wish on a sleeping oven think of his great sorrow without car, especially when one has to do it in n bitter and somewhat brackish tear. How jinny are our efforts when wo tho front doorway at a meal station with tho thermometer at 15 degrees below zero find ourselves in tho act of violating a great natural law! Wo must not get on and a great deal of passing in and out. Still ho had probably promised somo tho mighty turntablo of creation or try dear ono solemnly that ho would batho to cross tho side tracks of solar systems But just then something hapjicncd. unless we are employees. every morning if it cost him his life. Truth. Mr. Belcher will do well to batho the Peoplo filed past him filled with won.VotTliHt Kind. der and amazement, nnd to each ono ho sore place- with witch hazel as often as Mother Henry, before you go out I said in a light, thin, girlish voice, "Beg tho idea occurs to him, and keep a pieco pardon, but would you mind shutting of oiled silk between the tongue nnd roof wish you would bring up a hod of coal. of tho month, so that the two shall uot Henry Why, mother, you know thnt that door?" Nine of us, after wo had passed by unite nnd becnino ono grand whole, to violent exercise doesn't agreo with me. Mother Very well. Kate can bring it him, went to tho other end of tho car tho injury of tho grand hole that he has nnd passed through again threo times, been in the habit of swallowing through. nj). Where nre you going now? Henry Only down to tho nlley to roll enjoyiug it heartily. Nr 0H-- a few strings of tenjiins. Boston TranOnco wo met tho man who brings in script. tho ico for tho cooler. IIo was near the young man who was trying to bathe. SIiikIh Illekiednrti. Wo had quito a long quarrel with tho Mrs. Jones I hear you nre going to iceman over tho right of wny, and one of marry ngain, and your husband has only our party jostled him rudely against tho been dead threo months. young man, who was trying to towol his Widow Smith What! Mo thinking back. Tho iceman slipicd, nnd his large of marrying again? If I were to bo a cako of ico and tho great coarso tongs widow every six months, it would never also fell against him. occur to me to marry ugnin. Texas It was horrible. Tho young man gave Siftings. a wild shriek, nnd with a moan of pain his Boulanger whiskers went back C'uutlnua. nnd it is said havo never como out Coroner Is this man, whom you found again. dead on tho railroad track, a total stranLater on after breakfast I tried to ger? mako up to him and bo friendly, but he Mike (who has been told to be careful turned upon me liko a wild beast and in his statements) No, sor. His leg exclaimed, "Oh, bother!" was gone intoirely. Ho was a partial I overheard yesterday tho wail of the Bthranger, sor. Troth. short, stout lady. She was looking at a fashion niagazino, but she could not find l'oor Old Sport. anything to suit her. The same of pool I play today Js naught beside of that "Did you ever notice," she said to her you.no belcher's mistake. In lime cone by I urird to play. companion, a tall, litho young woman, When I was new thereat. Some put the tongue in the sling a who was bo long waisted that she never gin sling, perhaps under those circumThe flh I'm catching now are naught seemed to sit down at all, or to be sitting To thoe that in uiy jouth on her foot if she did sit down, "did yon stances, but tho gin does not assist the I threw rleht back aa toon as caught healing process, and it induces the Ten pounders they, In truth. ever notice that nothing is over designed tonguo to tho wag for the short, 6tout woman in theso inng greatest wags I too freely. One of gin And so I high for day pone by: ever knew was a azines, Etheir My heart bleeds oil, It does! pauper why And tears come welllnjc to mine eye "Well, I do not remember ever to have sling wag. But jokes introducetime? at such a For times that used to was. seen any designs for short, plump peo- made, imported -- Carlylo Smith in Life. Mr, Belcher (which, by tho way, is sim shooting her tool, spiral ple," said Ethel, r- - Nl'E JjMlVAM, 4&&Z WiJ' -- 35S2SiWaZ - Ifutt's Tiny Pis ro verr smnll. yet ooioeoooeo The naolleit PHI In tho World! poscniixiioTjr' ir r-t- f I' 1 . CT is? lill.'Vi r-XJ-. I 1' ,l-- & I MODEL SHEEP DARN. utt't rill which ( IttiencftlinlarK linr iMMininimni .tir for thirty year.A cm-Their ulre unci tucmltfcrra for th 110 of dilldrrnJr nil persoua with vrcakstoiuachs. Tor ugnr-ooptln- J I ; Vrnt lint Ion Aro the Tuu Chief t:eiitlitlft. Dryness is ono of tho essentials of a good foundation for a healthy shed. Second only to this in iinportanco is Warm, close sheds the ventilation. mean tho downfall of tho sheep that are folded in them. A sheep is wnrm in body, ns its blood temjerature is high, and then tho nature of tho flecco is such as to bo very retentive of tho body's boat. Drytifft mill the tlisv art) Inmliiable as they raiuebody fWitoHlmllut, noiirUh tho nud tXMA off until rally without natisra or griping. Hothnltcof Tutt'a I'llla am sofii tiy nit lirtiiicht. loso mnall. Sick Headache X'rlce, 83c. Offlce, 00 fork I'locc, N. V. f .-, -- ? AT- 08T 1.1 QlAItlTT. 1ST IX qt'lUTT. JcssoThorapson's Barber Shop, There are llirtnof thndeil lUrtert'ui the Stale. There are alio eurHrnt lUlh Kcomt run In SuJin Laundry Arcnl lor Leiint-tun n WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Romodlos. sur.ur snr.n. Tho amount of room required by n sheei will vary considerably, ranging from 10 square feet for tho Merino and Southdown to 1ft square feet for tho larger breeds, including tho Cotswolds and larger Downs. It is not advisable to crowd breeding owes into a small nrea. A breeding ewo weighing 150 jHiunds will require fully li foot of sjwico at the foddur rack. Sunlight jiarticularly encourages tho growth of tho lambs, nnd it is to them that tho shed will do tho most good. To further tho entrance of sunlight the windows may lw higher than they nre wide. In addition to tlu-sthings a shed should be largo enough to suiqdy stor-ag- o for sufile lent fodder to feed tho sheep whilo they must Ik sheltered. Estimating that a ton of hay requires 500 cubic feet, nnd that a sheeji will not eat over threo juvinds of hay jut day, it would require about 125 cubic feet of sjwo to contain the ha' needed to maintain a sheep during six mouths. There should nlso Ihj room available for a root cellar and for storage of straw. For the comfort of thelnmbsnudlamlw ingowes an ajuirtment should lso with small jkiw for them. This room should bo made warm and well lighted nnd tho jwirtitions removable, so that when uot in so during the fall nnd winter it could lo used us a ram jn'ii. This room is a necessity, for it is almost iinjfoosihlo to rear lambs with any degree of success unless tho owo may 1) put in s n quiet jdneo by herself a day or so to lambing ami jiormittod to attend to her lamb uudisturled by others for tho course of threo or four days. Theso jtens nro of tiso nlso for sick or injured rheeji. Another room should bo opjKsito to these jteiis to wrvo tho jnirjte of a shejtherd'a room, as well ns sujijilying a shearing lloor and a granary. Have a stove in this room. Figures nnd 2 a building 0 fii-- high, 10 feet wide It has two stories, the and 00 feet first Ix'ing ft .it high and the ujjcr one 0 feet from the floor to tho eaves. The studding nre 10 feet long. It is advisable to mako the height of tho ceiling of tho lower story 9 fret to secure the Iwst rr sultH in ventilation. Tho sills aro 0 by 8 inches, resting jireferably on u wall, and if put on jtosts they should be heavier. Tho ground of tho insido us well as that of the outsido should como closo to the sill, so that no olstruction is offered by tho sills to tho freo jmssago of tho shoeji through tho doors. Tho doors are all I feet wide, and tluso that are used for tho sheep are sliding. Tho windows nre it foot wide and I feet high. In the cciturof the sheeji ajmrtmeut thero aro double doors 10 foot wide. When lxith ar ojien and tho renter jost removed, a wagon can lw used to remove the manure from the jons. Thero are chutes at each end of the footi nicks down which the hay is thrown from tho loft. From where it falls it is easily distributed into nil tho racks. At the ends of the racks are small gat is. which ojr'ii into every Tho lower story is divided into four jkjiis, each of which will hold at least !5 largo sheeji. It would bo well to retain tho pens at tho south end for tho uso of breeding owes nnd their lambs, and the other two for fattening sheoji. The doors nnd windows havo been arranged so that these jtens mn' Ihj again divided. This will bo advantageous when the ewes lamb and it becomes advisable to divido them uj into small lots, with the s lambs of equal ages in each. Tho between tho jiens are all movable. o The most Celebrated Kye, ICar, Nose, Throat and Chronic Disease Specialist in the State. 11 FOR 20 YEARS fllJlL 'WZ4WW& EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. SOU) KVKin W11KK1C. rr.rrK7iaiiiMiiMi.TtTLoniiri. ro,, T.tmii. LLLLLLLLVaanftF I"OSTI2I. folirriucn and i olhtrt not to ttnpttt on our Unci without million, ai nil tuvh will lit piottctitcil tw the lull WMaaaaW:iafci Tim uotlcr forewarn tli huntri. laaaFtlaHPV I etl ciirnt o( U. M.hicntil I.ALKOU 11. U hVl.,vM. 1 W. II li H C LVOV KKKtl II A MANN I. IIaS A MKS J Will M fIt. UylHt BBBBBBBBBBiBr Kb f MARTIN fillip I.IU.tk tJcCy IP"JILEJU rVUfci IT FT : a BMAOFTEJUD'S ' M CURESaClwi DISEASES -l Ib-CSr- J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D.. IJIK L r All derl tfvl English Specialist, peculiar:. 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I wnulil All of hlcli are firt-c- l -l Impossibilities or Uncertain? ties. Every thing Fair, Honorable, Plain and Positive. No Sec programme in tlio li CJ .,.,. ..TAKK T1IK, . iti-ei- iaW Br"WV7fVJ l'U?1'jrl. V YVKl' y is t W li t a 1 h m oiiocnd nxxm. ll.llIkKr-jIifliiDiTho loft nbovo is given altogether to 11 11 jMUMJ UQ- tho storage of fodder and straw, with IWAlBAjlTftLM tA SO CJ IQUISVUit tho exception of a small ajiartment above tho bhejihord's room, which makes a THE POPULAR AND DIRECT placo for tho storago of wool. A stairLINE TO way leads uj to it from tho shepherd's room. Tho loft is reached from the sheep fold by menus of two ladders, ono at each end, where chutes nro situated. And Ventilation is provided for by shafts, foYn'ts which run from both sides under the And .. roof to tho cujiclas on top. These shafts nre made of inch boards nnd run from threo different jioints on each side of tho fold. There is a square ojHjning at; the lower end, with a cover that by leing pushed in regulates tho size of tho ojien Monon ii with Vliitors, remember ing. In addition, tho hay chutes are open. Vettlhuted Train. lh Dining Cara, the line, Chair I'alace Tho hay is taken into the loft through an Cart, l'ullman lluffet Steepen, at lowctt ratet, end door with a ha tmck; otherwise it For Information addren would bo better to take it in through a IAS. UARKER, G. I'. A , Chicago. door situatei' above tho double doors of W G. CRUSH, .D. 1'. A Louisville the lower s'tory. Professor J. A. Craig. !!. li 1 aifii BJP ) I KT m Weekly Enqui rer of our Fourth Annual Contest among. Agents for largest clubs. Agency for tho Weekly a profitable busmen?. It is the best school in the world to prepare one for a btisincfs contact with the I-An -- CHJICAGiJJ), EsquiUEit id WJK8T NORTH "WEST. WORLD'S FAIR public, n fitepping-ston- o to business qualification and future prosperity. We want good Agents to solicit for Tho inducements are subscriptions. extra good. ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. -- Jt 'ji' J. xyi ut wt.' inyaaiyMH' W-- " '& 'W MHifaA ...vf.W'..' wJwAktew0 jsrwsH tmrmfytftf . rnrn Xkw fiouvonir epoonn nt DatikH. ( COLM.NH tfc IIUCItANAN'. h- - S'emi-Weekly -- Interior Journal , till) U0111 illlO- - M Stanford, Ky c. Flhijuauy , 17, lSiKJ o. WAkTON bub, ManaRor POINTS. PERSONAL Mi6 J a co n Hikdulmam Nkllik Si.amakkii ia quite Hick. Iuh returned from Ohio. Coi. W. 15. Wki.ch spent several daya in London tlita week. Mh. and Miic John A. IIknimik.v have moved buck to Stanford. Mil. WillSuvkuancs went to Loiuh-vill- e yesterday to huy Hprin kooiIb. Mh. Tom Ykaokh in visiting hU eiater, Mrw. Trunk J. Wood, at Indianapolis. Mh. UoiiKitT Fknkl ia opening up a jewelry store in Judno Curaon'8 build lui!. Mini Suk Coatt, of IMrkaville, came up to attend the bednldu of MIhd Mary Timothy Heed, red tod weed, oats and Htny, left with thoir gilliTy for Dnnvillo millet at W. II. WVarcn A Oo.'h. Tuesday. Whilu hrrotlmy tell us tiiut ItRMMiiiKii M. F. Klkiu dhvh tlio liiiih- - ""-'J- ' mailo over 10,000 tin types for peo est market price for fur, inset hides, Ac, I'' who nro ,,iUmr Bl,lck on UiwinBelvca or nr Ktuck on hy nnmehndy else. j Cllg, Tiik engineera have not mruck yet and Foil I.bnt. Too Capt. Uainea Craig Iiouhu and lot 011 Upper Main atreet. it ia nlmoHt certain that they will not. They have withdrawn their original de1'. M. Mcltoburtfl. mands and submitted another schedule, The D.invillo Hop Club extends a gen- which General Manager Metcalfe is con eral invitation to the .Stanford Hop Club sideling. It is said that no increase of to attend their hop on the night of the milage will be granted, but 8011115 other concessions will b nmde. 'J-'- tOKrnpht'rc, iiftvr about tlirou woeka m MlMjIK'CltKy., S. T. Spmtl, Itu.UmvlUe. JlontUollo. M Mn Matii d. An oyster mipper for the benefit of the Linnicttft l'ark Cornet Hand will bo given at the Tnhblu llona, Junction City, Friday night, Tieketa are only '- -" ceutH. Ghriaman. , Kev. W. !:. Kills withdrawn everything oireneive he may have said in reference to the editor of this paper in regard to the dog purchase and authorized him to CITY AND VICINITY. maku any apology consistent with a Yoni account is ready. Call anil net- - christian gentleman. He says further tie. I mean you. A. It. Penny. that he does not believe. wo acted other than in good faith in publishing an item Tiik gymnasium outtlt for the lire which we got in such a straight manner. company ia arriving. The room over If Mr.Tharp chosea to give $:tj of W.oOO V. C. HutchingV livery atablo has been fo'r a dog it ia hta privilege and we never (ectired for it. even thoiuht of questioning it, and he Thomas Mautin is again inarahal of now recognizes hou absurd it was for Kowlnnd, Will Land liaviug resigned. It him to have noticed the matter at all. seems that the old man la the only ore As we never extenuate nor set down aught in malice, wo very cheerfully acw ho can hold thing down there. cept Mr. Tharp'a amende honorable and Maiuhiai. .N'kwmi arrested lieorge beg to sugge.t that ho is too good shot Owsley, Iwtter known iw 'Dummy," to go oil It is often more nud Tom Withers, another negro, yes dangerous to ttie shooter than the shoot-ee- . up of a romantic correspondence, which, terday for Mealing t from Kate Hiatt. - it iss'iid, will end in tiie union of the Notuc Wanted, four reapectablo Ovstkii Illl. I, Ai.roiti), formerly of.this two hearts that are beginning to beat as white women, to go to Philadelphia and place, who killed a man in IJiiisvillo a one. he nuihea in u private hospital. Muat number of years ago nnd was after a At tier marriage to Mr. Morton M. have common actiool education. Addreas long time captured in the Northwest and Casseday in Louiaville, on tho Mth, I O. Hex Ittl, Stanford, Ky. given a term in the penitentiary, docMi't Miss Maude Woodson was attired, says in one of the richthe Courier-Journa- l I. O. O. F. A full atteiidaneo of the seem satislied to May out of that instituest and most becoming wedding robes inombera of Stanford lxlge No. 150 is tion. He is bnikine. 011 this division now and the other night, after tilling worn this season. It was an ivory duchrequeMed at the meeting Tueaday evenbyhimself with whisky, became very of- ess satin trimmed in point Vianeese. Tho ing, Fob. 21, to vote on a change in A. fensive in J. W. Carrier's at full round corsage was engirdled by a laws and other important busiiicas. Itowlaud. Mr. C.inier attempted to put belt w itti a butterfly bow, and appeared C. Sine, Ser'y. him out, but Hill drew a murderous regal with the princess sleeves and Two FltUbtirg bucks, Win. Citching looking pistol and Mr. Carrier won quick- rounded train. A tulle vail was worn, l mid John Koin-y- , got dimik and ly convinced that he who lights and runs which waa confined on the brow witli a Kowlnnd. They were arrested away will live to tight another day, and wreatli of orange blossoms. Tho bridal at and lined J5 each, but not hiving the considered not the order of his going, bouquet was of the name flowers, as woie eish to pony up, they were placed in but went at once. Ai lie diaappeared also the boutonnierea worn by tiie ush durance vile for a seaoon. through a door, two bullet buried them-- ers. A (turn bridal tour of the Kast the Ives in the casing in cluso proximity to happy young collide will return to Lou Tiik public school will elo this after liis iiead. After holding the fort as long iaville to live. noon with exercises, to winch the and otheis intercMed in education as lie wished, Oyster Hill decided that The Missing Words Supplied. this was not good place bo ye respectfully invited by the capable shaking the mud from his for him, defeet he Helow will bo found in bold typo the lTrincip.il, Prof. C. H. Holmes. The renprogramme begins at i parted by the lirst train that came along inNsing words of the sentences wo pubdition of the and has since made himself particularly lished tits', two weeks ago. In that time o 0 lock. 100 signed have been received, to be taught scarce. Tiik subscription school not to mention n'ores of others that were in the public school building bv Prof. O., Pmidonki). Mieritf J. Is. .Manning, not signed or with imaginary funny H. Hohnea.as.isted by Miss CettieThur-mondK M. A. Moore and W. L. Moore names. Nine tenths of the answers were II the A w ill begin next Monday. were on Wednesday's train returning as follows: 1, Hlaine; 2, Heautiful; :, blanches will be taught and special from Frankfort, where they had been to Cleveland; I, Cough; 5, Dollar; 0, Dress; will be made to make the session a take the convicts sentenced at tliu lost 7, Fight; S, Harrison; i), Picture, and 10, snoecH" in every particular. term of the Whitley court. One wasa Queen Victoria, tho easiest answers pos... white boy of l.'l, Wesley Woods, sent up sible, although wo warned the guessers President I). W. I lio.v Nhiixjk. of the Stanford and Lme.aster for one year for stealing money. Mr. that the solution was not as easy as it Turnpike Co,,; has contracted with the Moore took the boy before Gov. Drown looked like. So. 1. BLOUSE Was iot consid Indiana Ilridge Co., of M illicit', lnd., to and asked him to pardon him on aciron.bridge over Dix Hiver, to count of liis line ami poor widowed ered desirable at the Minneapolis Nat build an hut the youth acted so careless- ional Republican Convention by a mabe completed by Sept. 1. The span is mother, ly and dcli.iutlv tho governor Bt tirat re- jority of the delegates. PJo feet and the price isSI.SOO. That which 2. BEAU IDEAL. fused. He was taken to the penitentiaThkUsksok fiiUNKss. The Hamil- ry, his head shaved and the stripes put every plain woman would desire to bo- ton. 0., Democrat says: "J- DeWitt 011 him. This completely broke his spir- come. 3. CLEVERMAN. Ono who servMiller's lecture last night was good to it and he cried aloud for mercy. The a men forget themselves and governor was apprised of tho change in ed to defeat James G. Hlaine for the mike forget arduous tho boy's demeanor and issued a pardon Presidency in ISSt. " " w to caimo women to . -11 was I. SOUGH- - A result usually caused Kiw 0I, ootiilitioti that Mr. Moore would household and family duties; by a current of air or draught. ougiu 10 ., (or the blues. Kverynotiy 8Ulu, for his good conduct, which he 5. FELLER. That which you can Our people win unvo heard it." promised to do. Tho of by winning tho first do so next Tuesday night at all his expensea returning get five thousand paid Miaiice to piize herein oflered. fail tu Walton's Opera House. Don't and 110 doubt felt fully repaid when he . DROSS. Somethiugthat foolish jvail yourself of it. delivered tho boy to his mother and aaw women who love display poinetimes her shed 'cars of jov nnd j:ratitndo. spend too much money for. Tin: clouds have continued to leak at " DICHT Something that pugilists ....1.. nii u...lr illl tliev liave made Hei.ii. When tho case against Hob '" lilt are always willing to do if there ia moni... fn. nf uutiire a lmue uiuil Hansford, Pete Miller, George Lackey ey in it. hole that you cannot avoid, no matter and Mitch Hailoy, charged with breakA man whoso S. HARRICAN. ' was consid- - ing into J. M. Haifa smoke house and which way youjgo. There name is almost constantly in newspapers erablo thunder and lightning Tuesday Mealing meat therefrom, waa called and whose trip to California attracted J night and in some parts of tiie State, in Tuesday before Judge Carson the three great crowds whenever lie appeared in Uourbon, for instance, a cyclone of small last named were dismissed, beiMuce public. I 0. MIXTURE When of beauty and dimensions raged. The weather tits-- i there was no proof against them, and Kitch yesterday contained only tho mon held till Wednesday. The ex- value serves to improve, beautify and Hansford adorn and brighten any home. osyllabic word, "Itaine." amination developed the fact that ho 10. QUEER VISCOUNTS ProbconteMover grunting had a key that would tit Mr. Haifa lock; ably better liked across the ocean than GitANiun. he also had a key to Mr. Vando-veer'- by most Ameiicans. lienor license to P. W. Green at McKin- that barn, where tho meat waa found; Only threo answers are any where near ney occupied Judge Varnon's court till Tuesdayfand resulted in Green's that the tracks lit his shoes; that he was right. Those closestto it are the ones Bent noon out at 12 o'clock that night, although he by Misa Allie H. Urown, Lancaster, Mrs. favor. The applicant claimed that there go from home; proteat-.i.:- n awore that he did not Julia Penny, Stanford, and Mrs. S. Nail, are 71) voters in McKinney, the inquiry, tho that ho failed to haul some hay from the llustonville. No ono gets the prize on n careful Ih barn to Mr. R. C. Warren's, when told the proposition, but we will send each judge decided that the exact number had signed the pro-- I by Mr. Vandoyeer to do so, and that of these ladiea our paper and a magazine !). Forty persona when tho meat was found in the hay he if they will Bay that they had tibver seen test, but six were found either to have broke out in a cold sweat and had a or heard of the sentences before they apblgned both papers or were not legal buck ague. Tlioro waa no direct evi- peared in the paper. and this reducing ttie number to a majority. dence of his guilt, but these circumstanThe answerj sent have proved of ..vHthnm one leaa than evenly divid- ces, almost 11a strong as proofs of Holy considerable amusement to us, besides With public Boutiment ho Writ, caused Judge Carson to hold him demonstrating that the I.vtkhior Jour ed it will become Mr. Green to keep in $250 bond to the circuit court, which nai. is read pretty extensively all over will prove to tho oppo-ensuch a house na he failed to give, and was returned to this fair land of ours. Stanford. of license that thoro is not much 381 Mrs. Mary A. H.cUcy, bar- jail. W. II. Miller represented tiie aca8j Mt Lily Dale Grant, I.ancmler. difference after all between licensed cused and J. H. Paxton the prosecu38 Lea Powell, Huttonville rooms and unlicensed drug stores and 185 Karlc Farra, Lancaitcr. tion. ho will do i doggeries, and we believe 11 half-cockebar-room Mims .Mviiy Ciikmmvs rallied a little Monday night mid was atill alive wlieu mo weut to preaa laat evening. Mas. H. L. WiiKKi.Ki, of Covington, MtKt'saJomo McCarty, of Kicholaaville, Sallle Dudilerur, of Howland, and Lucy Bourne, of Homeraet, are vlaitiug at MrB. J. 0. Hill'fl, Maywooil. Mna. Jamkh ti. Fihii and her liandaome (unity of girls loft for California yeater day. Mr. Stark Fiali and wife, of Vin cannon, Ind., were witli them and they wilt atop a few days at the latter place. Tint supper to bu given at JIuston'ville the bcuelit of the baud will bo on the night of the LMth, instead of the on which night Waahingtou'H birthday will bo celebrated at the Christian Colfor 'd, lege. Cohk and aee our gents' and ladiea' n Mucher ahoe in fawn and brown and French calf and ladies' kid, all made on the new spring last. You should also aee our ladiea' wreppera from $1.25 to $;t and our hla.er and reefer cults from ft 50 to $0.60. Rug-aia- Kiev. Wallack TiiAiif lias through II. T. Wilon, Mymphli, Tenn. Offers Bargains in nil kinds of Goods for 30 days, in order to make oj Mill Mtrlln, KowLnil,' room for his Spring Goods My Spring Shoes are daily arriving, and 3J4 E. D. Hurton, Richmond. far excel anything ever shown in Hustonville in quality, workmanship )5 C. M. Youri, liiglilind 9 Mm Ktlle C McAliiter, Knnlt,Texai. nnd style. I have some Shoes and Uoots left over, which I will close .MIm Lillian I'holpt, Stanlord. out very low Ladies' Pebble Buttons 75c; Kid Buttons 95c; Men's 198 Mlti Kdna I'owill, llmtonville. Congress and Lace Shoes S1.40, worth $2; Heavy Boots S1.25, , yy lter 50 I. William, Hustonville and $2, worth double the money. A nice line of dark Calico 300 Mln Alicia T. Denton. HuMonville 5c. in Miis KlUa Porter, SUnlord. Blankets and comforts joj Mi. Mack Fair, Hartford. 303 Mlts Mollie Aimln, lluitonville. 304 John II .Vflviuj, Stanford. 305 Mli Dovey Vnnoy, Stanford Tiikkk havo been only III new cases 306 Mr Julln Ponny, Stanford. 307 MiisSimc Hello Vaughn, Ashland, Va. Arbucklc's Coffee 25c; Fire Proof Oil 15c gallon and a great numentered for trial at the next court, in308 W O. Dunn, Stanford. ber of Bargains too numerous to mention in all kinds of goods. cluding three for divorce. Two of the 309 Mm Hcatricc, Hall, Laucatter. Terms 30 days to responsible parties. latter are brought by colored people, the ,io MioAnmo K Annin, Hubble. M. Spoon. other by Mrs. Maggie James, who Beeka 311 MrsA.C Kurdelt, more, Rowland. 311 II. Jessamine. to have her marriage tie to George Lee 313 .Miss Jennie Thomptoii, lljrbourviHe. James dissolved, becauso of his abandon 314 J. A. Hiit. Mt. Vernon. 315 Miss Lucy K. Mullini, Mt. Vernon. ment, failure to provide and cruel treat,316 Miss Kannic Itenner, Raspberry. ment. 317 Miss SuslnSmith, ltrulhevt. 318 Mrs. Sjllie Smith, Crab Orchard. MATRIMONIAL MATTtRS. LAST -yi) Miss (Utile Rochester, Stanford. Mr. Tlionias Adams drew a valen3o It. K Gaines, Walnut Flat. To get a Cloak or an Overcoat or a Winter Suit your own price. 311 Miss Mi;kic Mitchell, Richmond. tine Tuesday in the shape of a comely effort this week to close out all of our We will mtkc an Homer Ilaughman, Dnnvilte ) 31a maiden of 33, two years his senior. Her 31a Miss uu Coratt, Parksville. Goods, so as to make room for our Spring stuff now arriving every name waa Miaa Itochael Mason nnd the 314 Miss Heme II. Helm, Junction Clly. day. Do you want Blankets, Comforts, Boots, Overcoats, Cloaks, knot was tied nt Jesse Singleton's, Crab 31$ Mrs Joe D Johnston, Harrodsburtf. so, or any Winter Goods ? 3.) Mrs. J, II. Adams, Lonevicw, Ala. Orchard, 317 Miss Jennie Helm, Junction City. , Rev. J. F. Mahoney, of Campbells-ville33 AloertC. Harris, Manford. and Mies Mary 1$. Perry, of Clay 39 Miss Nannie Ilailey, McKinney. Village, and W. T. Ihirnett, of Harrison-vill3J0 E. II Caldwell, Jr , Waynesburg. a nnd Miss Stella M. Mahoney were 3ji Miss Mollie Lawrence. Queen City, Mo l)s Mrs. Clias. P. Carter, Hustonville. married at enning'a Hotel, Louisville. 333 Mrs. M. Cloud Morgan, Tollesboro. Our Si 5 Overcoats only six left, will be closed SS.50. Our 15 The Mahonoys are father and daugh314 W. II. Walton, Ashland, Va. Cloaks, only a few left, will go at $9. Our $4 Cloaks will go now ter. 335 Charles I'. White, Lancaster. S3. Come and see these goods and while here examine our Aberdeen, 0 , wilt not bo sought by 336 Murphy Ilobbitt, McKinney. 337 E. S. Newell, llronston, counter and our Spring stock of Ladies' and Gents' Shoes. We have eloping couples hereafter. The Legisla338 W. 11. Porch, llronston, the finest line of Ladies' and Gents' goods ever offered in the town ture of that State has passed a law which JVJ J- - C. Reynolds, O. K. and at lower prices. Our Dress Goods department is unsurpassed, provides that the solemnization of mar 340 Mrs. W. H. Denton, Lexington. 341 Mis Nellie Yates, Hiiwstha, Kansas. and we arc receiving additions every day. Our White Goods, Laces, rinu'e without previous announcement of 34a Miss I.ula Henson, MIddtebur,;. Embroideries, Handkerchiefs, Towels, Table Linens, Towelings, banns or presentation of license shall be 343 Miss Mamie Carter, May wood. an otieneu punishable by six months' arc all complete and cheaper than we have offered Napkins, 344 Frank II. Marksbury, 345 Mits Allie K.illart, Sycamore. imprisonment, in addition to a fine not them. 346 J. N New land, Hrodhead. in excess of $ 1,000. ?,7 W, K. Anion Rowlaud. A young man at Greenup, thisState. 348 Zan Murphy, May wood. caught a bottle floating in the Ohio river 3(9 W. (. McRoberts, Pittsburg. 350 Mrs. Rosalind Nesbitt, Mt. Vernon. and on examining it found .1 note corked All these goods before buying. 151 Miss Lida Cook, Mt. Vernon. within. It contained tho name an! d 34a Miss Maty H Morrison, Pine Hill. dress of a young lady at Washington, Lair, Mt. Vernon. 353 Miss C. Pa., with the request that the finder send 3J4 John Pitman, Pittsburg. 353 The Arcadians, by Miss R Tevis Hhelliv, his (0 her. The result was the opening 29a MiM Willie May Jilli.pU, Somerset. J90 Mm S. M. R.hiI, lluntonrllle. 191 Atri. Amur Miller, Middleburi;. ii) (. Lcal(er. l)CaH IJAMSS F1Y1; Si. at l!jie l. At Almost HALF PRICE. NOW IS YOUR TIME. THE CHANCE extra at If Winter e, Do Not Fail To See Us. at at remnant i& &c, 1 Don't Fail to Examine HUGHES & TATE. C SINE 5 3S Slulby City. Miss Nlta llamil, Lexington. 3j6 Miss Laura;!! iihlile, Danville. 348 Miss Pettus, Sotnsrset. (a) 339 A. j6o Miss 361 Miss )6 Miss 363 Miss Mists Leila and Heme Dasls, Harrodsburg. Mnggin May Traylor, Gilberts Creek. mihbu-havet- a pi-inn- s , 11 ex-alie- n ts m Van-doyce- r, Anna M Cosby, Owensboro. Mamie Conn, Hj.ittsvillc. Mary L. Itawers Cincinnati, O. 304 Miss Anna F, Goser, M.Knney. 365 Cyrus Gover, McKinney. 36 T. A. King, Mureland. j7 Miss Mary L. Migjinbotham, Wild Cat. 31O8 Miss Mary K Stephens, Wild Cat. 3(19 Miss Anna Dell Gray, Somerset. 370 I. P. Nuunellcy, McKinney. 371 Alfred A. Higgins, SUnlord. 37a Grora: Hunn, lluitonville. Miss Minnie Kay Dinwiddle, Hustonville. 374 John Wash, Hustonville. 37s Mrs, J. Collins, llustoavilln. 376 Mrs. Meele, Iluilonvil.'e. (a) J77 Mn S. Nail, Hustnnwlle. 37 Mrs. ClroW llrown, Mt. Vernon. 374 Miss Violu Nail Huitotirille. (a) 380 I Steele, Hmtonsille. 381 Gto. Hcnatd llruco, Lexington, (a) 3a Miss Fffie rhurmond, Junction City. jt3 Miss Jenni II Cwby, Oivtn.horo. 3$S Miss l.lda DePauw, Shelby City. 381 Clarence Huston, Junction City. 386 Mri II. I) Gilmare, Hustonsilld. itj Mis Dora L. Wnml.on, Flat Lick. 388 J. A. Wcvxlson, Flat Lick. 389 Frai.k Ilobbitt, McKinney. 39a Mrs. Luiie M.Tolteu Stanford. 191 C II Holmes, Smfotd. 3sa Mrs, Nannie 11. Stone, Gilberts Creek, j.; I Mki Gertie M. Davsos, Stanford. 394 Mr., V.. A Carson, Crab Orchard. ?)$ Wade Perkins, Crab Orchard. 36 Mrfc. J W. Flowers, Rowland. 37 Hon- - F F llobbitl, Crab Orchard 3)8 Mrs. Kate Albright, Crab Orchaud. 399 W S. Wlgham, Morclaud. McGinnls, ParksMllc. 400 J. & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of Tiie Stanford Lumber Yard f CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Our facilities for giving the greatest values lor the least outlay, arc unsurpassed. J. N.MENEKEE 3i We Carry a Full 3ins of Builders' Supplies. BUY THE CELEBRATED A VULCAN Chilled Plow. Every One Warranted. Olive Points, three for Si. W. H. WEAREN & CO. NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. IJ col 11 Circuit Court. 11 busi-n-o- I . , big-heart- ed Nance, Ex I'arte In fc'iuily. The pet.oners hae this ilav filed their petition in the clerk's oilicc nt saul court nsltlng that saul Elizabeth Nance he cmpowrrttl lo use, enjoy, and convey for her own benefit any property she may own or acquire. Tree fion the debts or claims of her husband, to make contracts, sue and be sued as a siukiu wuinm, trade In her own name and duDoseofhei proper either by will or deed It is further ordered that notice ot said action be publishitl in the Interior Journal, a newspaper publishtd in Stanford, Ky , lor ten days, (iiven under my hand this uthdav of Feb., 1893 I AMP I'. llAItKY. 101 Clerk Lincoln Circuit Court Jacob Nance ami Kliabfth A (GrMlElAT IB((Q)Ri BAILIE Will begin at The Cash Bargain Store 1 IE. "W. Stanford, SMITH, CIVIL ENGINEER, - Friday, Feb. 3. Every pair of Shoes in the house have been reduced to 5, at 50c, worth for this Special Sale. Uabics' fine Kid Shoes, child's 5 to S at 50c; Misses' S to 12 and 12 to 2 at 75c, worth 75c; Si and Si. 25. These goods are just from auction. Ladies' fine Shoe Irom 75c up; Men's from S5C 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. Cs&'Don't fail to get one of those handsome Portraits before it is too late. 1 - - Kentucky, B. F. JOBTES & SOWT, Offers his profuinon.il nr icts to the people of nils section, lias nan eignt years' experience in the business, ltefers to the Mrsc National Hank of MaalnrJ, where he can lip louud. Opposite Coffey House. FOB, House and 6 2TT. 8 or Acres of Land. FARRIS & HARDIN, '' I will rent privately my House nd Lot near Statiford on the Danville pike Possession i;uen MKS. PANN1K IH'NN, March 100-- tf Stanlord, Ky. .Dealers In. a FAVORITE i(tr vot-er- :, s, Il.ivin; too much other business on hand to see after it properly, 1 will sell my Favorite Mills at .McKinney Tliey have a capacity of 50 barrels of tljur per day and are in good repair. I will sell one-lu-ll for down for cash, balance In 12 or 18 months, with interest, or all in real estate. K. L TANN KR, McKtuney. loo Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, FORSALE. MI2-I.- S, McKlNNFA, Ky., it Stovos, Quecnsware, Wagons, Plows, and Most thing in Farming Implements. Any- THE RILEY - - HOUSE Kentucky. F. B. RILEY.IProprietor, Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. ta London, 77 ) 1 I have moved to my new Hotet'iand am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and every convenience domed. Give me a call. Spring Session Tuesday, January 4tli, 1893. s FRANK RII.EV. Superior courses in Literature, Music anil Full corps of Conservatory and Normal Schoolteachers, An Excellent Ixurdltic department. Catalogues anJ circulars furnished on application. 3 1 r'MmmtmmmA i mrm'mn . mm,iw ty f yiy ' r "VT "HrfX 11 i' " l MT. VERHON, A Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal ROUKCASTLE n COUNTY. EMERGENCY Hrod- - HINTS. I ft; fl SokValuable Information Tluit Kscry bend. IVimhi Hiould Thoroughly Knon. (arm nenr Jmlpo Cnrter linn sold bis ubllahod Evory Tuesday and Friday If a foreign substnnco entor the ear, AT Cuinmins' .Station. under no consideration uso auything to 0 PMUYKAKIX ADVANCK Our new vJommonwenlth'B nttornoy, poko in tho ear. Pour a little sweet oil into the ear nnd hold it there. Should noi so paid $2.60 ill be chared.-SMr. C. V. I.csUt, it a bold properutor, Soo tho World's Fair for 15 Conts will Kciitloiunn mid is business from tho foreign body bo an insect it Keuial Upon rteeipt of our additss and 15 cents In float to tho top nnd can easily Ikj re- postrgc stamps c will mall )im our Nxm-nltbe word uo. moved. Should it bo a hard substnnco Portfolio ol tho World's Columbian I'.sposillon. K.G. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mr. McBurney. a reprofentativo of n stream of wnnn water from a syringe I'he re;ulnr pneu is $oc, but as we ant)outo wo price nonilnnt. You Stetd syndiratf, wn bero for will f 0011 drivo it out, always holding haooiH workmike theand thing tn bo prlied. Kill It of Art fird it a Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 .1. n., returning tbo Watts week lookinu up Uro tbo affected sido toward tho floor. Should contains lull page view sot the gresi buildings, p. m. j:jo Bomedavs lust lthdeicrlpliciisof hiui and lsercutel In the clay. Ho found what bo desired. He theso methods fail consult a physician. highest stjleol att If not satltfied with It niter L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. i country, Nover prolo tho ear. Many people aro you rt we will refund the stamps and lit you tbo nronoiuiees it the beat keen the brok. Addrens 11 K. ltucklen A Co., ... .17 Ptn il train going North except the Michigan ciny, which is na Buffering from great nfiliction caused by Chicago, III. ..i23pm 1 South thus injuring tho eardrum. n Ji pm good. Express train " South Mr. the nose withes Allien favorite, of Arkarras I'ltv, Kansas, To remove foreign " North - 33im benefit of his tojivc our London, L. & N. Hgent nt instruct the child tobodies ain deep, full ence with colds. readers the "I coutracled experiMr. H. . Local Freight North ..710 am a cold He ;s tnko ....5 3P Souths lungs last Frankfort, is ntteiidiiiR court liere. breath. Tho unobstructed nostril should earlyhardlyspring that settled on my caught and also carry passengers. anThe latter trains recovered had hero nt court then bo held nnd the child told to breathe other that hang on all Irum It, whenleft inr with a summer and The above is calculated on standard time. Solar Amou the railroad men hacking cough which I thought I would never get i ma is about ao minutes faster. Ed hard through tho nose. Should this nil rid of uo notice Messrs. Tom Hurley, e had used ChambetUln's Cough fwrtcen soars ago with much success M. M. Carey, W. B. Hays and inako a hook with a piece of fino wire, QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. and concluded to try it again When I had got Samuel Bailey. Mrs. Sallio Leavel), of nnd if tho object is in sight pull it out.al- through with one bottle my cough had left me ard Trains pass Junction City ss follows: Never tamper with tho eyes. It is f have not suffered Milhacough or cold since. is visiting relatives here. Mr. Soutli bound No. 1, Limited, 12:25 p. m ; No. GarrHrd, har " ways safer to put them in tho caroof the v.pllo( rccoinircnded it to othe-- iby and all speak McRot) W. Deuny, of Lancaster, is here. 8 40 p. m. No. 5, George 50c bottles Tor sale it Special, arrives 3, eils, I)ruggit,Manlord, Ky. Kast Mail.ar- Garrard in bcbt oculist. Q. & C. Special, u:; a. m.; No. 7, Amoiithe witnesses from A sound slap on tho kick with tho flat 1). rives 12:40 p. tn , letvts 2:05 p. m. F.Dayls, editor of the Itloomtield Iowa, Mr the Anderson Mullins caso aro t?. of tho hand will often relievo tho wind-pip- Farnur,C says: I can recommend Chamberlain's No. 2, Q At ('. Special, 3:20 p. m. Walker, Thotniw Austin when obstructed. If not relieved Cough Krtuedy to all stiUrrcrs wilh coins and ; No. 0, Limited, 3:15 a in; Rothwell, A. K. No. 4 leaves at 6 a. in have UM'd it in my lamily for the past after several slaps tend for a physician. croup No. 8, F.xpross, arrises i:ot p in., leaves .15 p. aud W. L. Lawson. two your and hae found It the bet I ever used turnpike iiueption is not dead, A child should bo taken up by its feet ftr the purposes lor which It Is Intended " vc The nnd reversed. This teems heroic treat hjltlis for ealoby W. II. McKoberts, I)rug(fst, thiiiich not much has been lieard on tho ment, but it iti nearly always effectual. Stanlord, K). men Riibiect of late. Tho old biibiness For convulsions utrip tho child as are enpaged on the subject nnd a inim- - quickly as you can and put it into n hot bcrof suggestions and plans aro unoer bath. Ubc your elbow as a test. Ifyotu ! QmWiiI. discussion. A leading bupiness man elbow can stand tho teiupernturo of the Wwn IUhy wisst lr, we a pood plan would be to have water you may safely put in the child. Whm alw ws a. OM. ttse fw4 for Cmtorla. here wiys the county issue '.!0,000 in bonds, tho After tho child is in tho bath iour cold When tsto IwerMsw Met, m olmtt; t OsasorSA. This nhould When Mb lml ChlMiass, iko r vo tltM money to be used in tbo construction of water gently on tho head. convulrrions Ctris. in is out of debt bring the child out of tho turnpikes. The county a few minutes. In any event, nn injecaud tho benefits to bu derived from good tion of wnnn boap and water should alpikes oncht to convince every 0110 that ways bo given. If no relief is obtained Uucklln'd Arnlots Sulvo. to vote for tho bond issue would bti it by these menourcs put a mustard plaster, w irtd lor bruises lit 1 ht best vote for the development of the countv'n made witJi one art mustard and three ere, ukirs,ulte Thethe fever sores, cuts. chaptetter, salt .ii, incalculaof flour, up nnd down tho spine. Bo ped hands, chilblains, corns aud ail skiu erup JIbsoIately nsourcec Tho benefits are or uo pay requirto blister. Vaseliuo tho sur- lianiand positively cures ed ble. Turnpikes can be constructed very careful not It is guaranteed 10 gi. perlcct satitlactiflc face after taking off the plaster. Always or money retunded l'rtcei ij cents per bos. cheaply throughout the county on ac Fend for your physician, became tho .. by A R. Penny, btantord, Kv A cream of tarter baking pow- ount of tho inexhaustible iiuanuuea 01 cliild will need treatment after the attack I'nr der. Higest of all in leavening stono to be found along tho roads. TIlOMAs YEAOKR. pass off. A great point is to keep the JAMES YHAGKR. Latest United States The first circuit court held hero un child quiet. strength. & After poison of any kind has been der the new dispensation was opened Government Food Report. Judge Morrow, the taken give on emetic at once, so as to morning, ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Monday in the profession, on the bench, vomiting. A dessert spoonful of livsjiy, best man 100 Wall St., Now York. ground mustard in a cup of warm water, and our new prosecuting attorney, Mr. part of to be taken at once, followed 8TAMFOKD, KY. it C. W. Lester, on hand. Business moved New Crusher and Bolting Cloth. by clear warm water, until free vomitr.ir nt once and bus proceeded riht j ing is started. A good way to provoko Wc are In our new stable in the Opera House Having added to my Mill a Corn (.'rusher, ono along to date. Mr. Lester is clearing the tho vomiting is to ticklo tho back of tho Ulock atid are well supplied 1th that will grind cob and all and at the same time grind any other kind of grain and mix it to suit docket at a lively rate. The caec of Win, throat with a feather. In all cases send NEW RIGS AND HORSES any one. and alto put in a ne Hour Halting for a physician without loss of time. A gee for killing a hog. winch had brok Cloth I am prepired to make you some good Hase been purchased ami nothing but .ras Iturr Flour; aud am putting in a Meal en into his corn Held, defendant turnouts w ill leave tho stable. Holt, will have it ready in a week or so. An Artistic Moes, J. H. IIKIGHT. 961m found guilty and fined $10; Johu No articlo of furniture does butter servtliexn a darkey, was charged with stealing $15 ice or gives greater satisfaction than a J7 of Hotel Kewcomb; hung ECttlo. from thn desk The ono shown in tho drawing jury. The defenee pleaded idiocy. Fines j can bo readily upholstered upou the were imposed on pistol carriers; eome( acquitted; A. T. Anderson's demurrer THE NATIONAL I will open on January titli, 1893 a Dairy Irom which I can supply any quantity ol tn mi indictment charging him with per-- l Jersey milk to the peoplo of Mantord and Rowjury was sustained aud tbo case dismiss land atthetollowing prices, delivered: ii.KiiIi.i7v. W f. " .. - . to cents ed; a number of cases were thepoeeii 01, Presh Milk, per gallon - I' 10 cents V Skimmed .Milk, pir gallon of which we failed to get a record; case .,lf 8 cents llutter Milk, per gallon vs. Mullins is set for of Anderson Oji-rjcf-I will make two trips dally. The patronage ot the ?SSi iyilMKMM? Thursday. Quito a number cf indict G. A. PE ON. public is solicited. Stanford, Ky. ments, which were found from o to jr. 1 1 since as unst the express agent S at this place for delivering 0. 0. D. jugs, Notice to the Traveling Public. A UOMUMADE BrTTTLF.. were called up and tried. In every in-- ! have had followed, it was plainest of pine foundations, and will be stanco an acquittal for either S3IELTON HOUSE shown that nothing was done illegally. found a charming rtreutnow book or nn an nftcrnoon with tho last At Rowland repiintcd and nicely furnished and It is more than likely lhat somo of those hour with a chosen friend. have in conneuuii with Hotel one of tho best finding of tho Tho woodwork ia stained old oak. Tho lu the State, open day and night; a riijjht who wore so tickled at the .mtu meets all trains. In connection with Housr indictments will now give their tired peat, back and sidea are thickly padded have also one of thu best Mineral wells in the Mate , and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs tongues a much needed rest, or change and covered wilh brocado in tho rich G. W. Patrick. Loutiwlle, Mr and Mrs. Floyd In- of turnpikes and the dull bhades that are known iw old blue, Is the strongest, snlcat aiulmost .irram, Erin, Tenn , A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. tho subject to that J). E. Proctor, C H. liraun, Mr. and Mrs. 1. W. old pink and tho like. From tho edge need.". county's Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. p. B. Johnson, hangs n fringe of tho blended tones prosperous iii.stitutioii of the kind New Haven, Jim Cox, Grecnsburg. Rates t per tacked on ornamental nails, and above .day. J. M. I'eirey, clerk. Gitc rie n call. LOVE. A STRANGE . W. CARRIER, Prop. tho cushioned back aro curtains arranged doing business in the State. oiy upon a frame. I claspeil her struggling to my heart, To each of the four posts is attached a . I wliliperod love unknown; John H. Leathers, President, W. B. kiss on her red lips I pressed standard of tho requisite height, and my own And she was all between them runs a rod. Curtains of John H. Pirtle, V. President, soft, old roso itidia silk aro arranged in I loved her with a love profound, ofCse recto Office Souti jide Mam strwt, in full and ample folds upon tho rod and E'en death could not destroy, A. G. Langham, Sec. & Trc.to., facatsd by X)r. L. V. Huffman, btanford, Uy. nro then tacked firmly at tho lower iilgo And )et must confess I found to tho wooden back and hides. My bliss hid some alloy. C. AI. Phillips, Gen'l Manager. Tho effect of the color is delightful. CC 11 unaware once I saw I'or Tiro 6ettlo makes a luxuriant seat and Upon u fellow 'slap; has sufficient dignity to add greatly to He claiming knses ripe and rar- eVox tha pamlsi extraction of teeth and oiler tho room in which it stands. I did not like the chap. sufficientminor surrey. l.havu te.tedili virtue D. I).,S. R.C. MORGAN, BOARD ly tu know 'so hao we all) She had some fault A Needlework Oddity. But one I hope to throttle. i piano Something new in m dlownrk i..-SAT-iE- . She had, alas ' what I may call key covering, designed to lay over tho for the bottle. A eakua keys when cloM.d and on the rac k when Cou T. P. Hill, President, One morn I iaiK'it her ere was made open. It is nn excuo for ombroidory, n NiMiteong.iil Ewes a v alsoonn thoroughbred Her toilet, and Utiieath K. C. Walton, V. President, fat y pound southdawn lijck, onj it i.s niado of light cloth, upon which ii year old Sttr; 7 yeiilM.; Mire Mules, food col- Auold straw hit her lauh betrajd pattern emblematic of worked somo A. C. Sink, Sec. & Treas., r an d good .iiiuti. My darling had no teeth. 1) M.CREIGHION.. 1 music. It cannot bo said to fill a long Kmgtviil", Lli oln county, Ky. II. Helm, J. S. Rice, Agents. Unconscious ol my prssence ih felt want, but is as useful and as much antics rare With urtlul needed as tho embroidered bell pull or tho mrl Tossed off the hat decorated shirtbox which long suffering SALE. Her head was minus hair FARM masculines nro now asked to accept on (Jut love is founded on a rock, gift days. I will sell privately my Parmut so Acres on the M-When tnml Jor bit Ilttlo boy nt W Those ho have useil Dr. King's New l)lcov-erSURGKON DENTIST. know its value and those who hasi- - not have mw the nniMirtuultv to trv it free. Call on tho ail- rrtiud driigKit and get a tiial billle Ireu. Send Officnover McKobettl Drug Storo in the new your name to It K Ituck'en A' Co., Chicago, and Owsley lliilldlng get a trval bottle of Dr. Klng'a New Lite 1'illt as Stanford, well as a copy of Guide to lliiilth and Household infirm tor free All Of winch Is guararteed tu do j u g' d and cost you nothing nt A. K. l'cnny's I drug store y All Freo A. S. PRICE, In the Comes to you everv other I hecfitpet and best japtr lor only $2 gets 11 three months in Kentucky Address Tun Aicm ATk, Danville, Ky TEE ADVOCATE vrsr day s. 11 For SalQ II Few Illore Building: L,olN Subscription School. a four months subscription r In the corporate limits of Rowland. t. DAKST. Rowland. At the close of our public tihvul s ho ). we will oil ' egili ! M FEBRUARY 20TH, 1893. MYERS HOUSE JCXTTERTT All branches taught that the nitrons may ileur C II HOI Mr, rrliiclpai, 11 )t in MISSCK1TIK rilUR.NlOND.Asit STABLE I TO THE MILI.I.INKRY evrr handled in Stanford, select ed with an ixt'ccinl view to the wantsof this trade Miss Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an eipe rlenced trimmer, is llh me this season and I guarantee everything to bo In the latest and moit appruved lashlon the ladles are lnslte.1 to call and examine my goods, whUh I will take pleasure in showing. MISS LICCIi: UKAZLKV, 6j sm receiving one of the most elegant lines ol v. - P. W. GREEN, Prop. This stable, which Is run n connection with the n Myers House, has becti supplied with M ' ,v 1 Dud-dera- r, 1 Heine-dyotu- A Now Lot of Horso3, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, Blue-Gra- ss 11 o North-boun- d 1 1 111. rt ROWLAND, KY., HARDWARE, DEALER IN GROCERIES, Ikwls and Shoes, Clears and Tobacco. Ohla IllverSall for sale b tho barrel. Will take country produce in eschancc for goods at market price I am old reliable HrodheaJ lo agent lot the lull line f thc.e g'xxls Hi and will krrji a sitM:k, ami all latkof the merchants ol Manlord slid Rowland is to give me their orders and I will pat the goods In thrir houses at Fat lory prices I oiler at prisato sale all of the iel ami personal 1 ak a f a Thanking the public for liberal patronage, now under my tontiol, coiiishb( prapifty eHitlnHONe of same, ami remain your oldlent Moilsereclei J It HILION lervant. ijiyt Personal and prompt attention givento Weddings Tatties and llurlals. I'. W. GRKK.V, Proprietor. AL. IIUKNS. Manager .unmer's Supplies and Is better than eer u isupply thn public with prepaid FIKST-CLAS- S UIOS OF ALL KINDS. J. BC. ECILTOIST itotic?;. ait the in the two-stor- y Stock of General Merchandise, Ih My se roiMSt toH I el Crah Onhatel. C. D. FO'5ftr32IL, tmati.R in Uriel: Store-Hous- e Occupy and Pure ps, And Coualry I'iikIuco, Has opened hit stKk of goods aad Is tri'ty ti I nw rsdte, Vsiowh as th Grassa Upan which Stanford and lien irrve the cipl-o- r Crab Orchard n tlw offering unheard of liargilns anil tuiniH plaM, akMt M "1 all whn w t Uncasteraiid Crab Itrchatd turnpike, lenlamlm. gixMi gswds at the lowest poillii pruts !j about ich acres. This is all desirable prapriiy tall on hisa on Aenue l'isssrasioii glen and will be sold Mi Intffain I liase claims agstnst inimediatelv. All MillrWd thai they must make immediare J ll.HAll.KV.Mgr. ate settlement. Crab Orchard, Ky. 95 im the Farm General -:- - nicrcliaudise. '' tosw , W. C. HTTTCHIlTaS, rMoraiRTOR YEAGER YEAGER, o im m ua vtw, m D s. TWTKrS x i zvvv nj; Livery and L'ecd Stable, M ANKORI). KK.VI fCKY. Having purchatrd of A T. NunnelUv his liv ery busine.s I can He lonnd at hUiMd stand res ly to wait nn the puUlc st any time day or mgM Nothing hut FIRST-CLASS THE JEWELER, Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of : TURNOUTS on hrst-sla- rs Trte-a-tPt- c. Watches, Clocks shall leave ray slaklr ami my prices will le at low a. the lowest Don't forget my Stanford anj ye-Rbwlatid 'bus line. ( Give a Call. r sTXAUr, JK. T r ttatKi JDJ&.TTHT- ss Jewelry rrstx-ctfull- STRiitJB Plumbers & CO.. lor .PRACTICAL... and Steam Fitters. All Kirst-Cla- And SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. All goods sold engraved Iree of charge solicited is T Your pat roil s,r t !: j to-da- ,, Building Y 1 I Loan Healers in all kinds of Iron and llrats Goods steam and water banltary Uin.Is of all kinds work guaranteed against, defective tnatcrul wtsrkmanship and st Farmers Rank&Trnst Is now fully j Co 91-- 1 " Or" STASrORI).:KY., orgtnucd and ready lot business wilt. j 1 ASSOCIATION, Paid up Capital of Surplus, . $200,000. T5IE sip,, Wiiii'V-1- " stmWffl 'Jsaa..W,J P I :aooo OF x.ouxs"$rxx.i.E, SUCCrbSOIt MTIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OP STANFORD, I &sr.-?.'jg- NcwikMiiig up) with the same assets and under tho same moBagoment. Ily prosiswsss of lu cruller, depositor arc as filly pi'iltiied as ate depoeiteis in Nations. Banks, its btiHg held Individual! I liable to the ealoal ol the amount of their stocs tlie'i-to addition to th. at I le pr value there-olsiauunt inve.ted in suih sharos It mar a.tas ieaecutor, adimnislralur, trustee, Ac, as fully at , . M. PENNY Dentist. In thoie who rnuiuted their liulsinctt to ut while ranaging the Linsuln National Hank ol Manford, we e here leitderour many thanks and trim tUey will continue to transact their butincai with us, ntleilng at a guarantee lor prompt altsn lion to same, our twenty )eais eaperience le banking and as liberal accouimodatians at arc coa itlem with sound banking. Iiiksctohs; 1 J.J. IDESIsTTO. FOB Wllhamt, Mt. Vernon, J, M. Hall, Stanlord; J. S. Owsley, Manford, S.J. Kmbry, Stanford ; J. Lnn, Sianterd; A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgevtlic, i. AT STANFORD. J K. Cah, Stanfoid; WILLIAM MOUKLANO, Dealer in the auose Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs I William (Sooch, Slautord hy S 11. Shanks, President. J It Ows!e, Casruci W. M. Ilright. Teller 1 corri-ft- d, Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheen a sihkijIIT. Persons hiving any of thu above described sloik for sale or wishing to purcnate same, vin im wen to call on or addiett me An experience of filteen In this businms has been of profit to me and think I can mako It pr fita' le both to the buyer iou and seller I O. address Stsnford, Ky. Office at tlm Myers House. -- FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD. KY CapitalStock. Surplus that this and-Groc- wus FOR 5200,000 20,500 oraddrestsmeatatalilord, Ky KOGLNK 6, Danville &htauford pike, three uulss from Stanford. Ills well iinpioved, with dwelling of five rooms, new barn ami nil necissary outbuildings; also has line spring Call on me ou the premise And mighty in Its might; Fur I could learn without a shock She could net read or wnto. Ctteftll hchooIbiiBs. KhLLh. 82-i- m eek a the Somerset and will have pike, eight miles ,n cwi feet of cood Oak and Poplar Lumber for ale. I will sell at the most reasonable rates aud invite all who want Lumber to give me a call. JACOII HABFLIUKK, Ottenhesni. SaV LUMB ER.from Suntord, MIU-Tn THE GOFFEY HOUSE JOSEPHlCOFFEY,Pror. 1 worn upholstery. A chubby cofa thus draped becomes nt once an admired furMiners and shippers of the GENUINE nishing of nn apartment. In a library A slight cold with your Comes consumption. system ill the scrofulous condition that's caused tho other day was seen a flat lounge bv impure blood, Is enough to fasten it upon you. which may havo been n cot, as theso tune when Try it. We are thn sole aients for .Stanford .and That's the Consumptionneglect and delay are lull of often are, covered with a BagYou is danger. Rowland. Oilice corner ol Depot street and can prevent it, and you can cure it, If you havn't dad. At tho back, agaiiibt a stretch of waited too long, with Dr. Pierce's Golden MediHIGGINS A WATTS. plain, rather ugly wall, was draped a cal IJlscosery. That is the most potent and that's Becond curtain, tho citrines running tho disease that has to known to science For every lounge festooned in tho be reached through the blood, for scrofula in all length of tho its forms, consumption, weulc lungs, bronchitis, iniddlo and caught up at the comers. asthma and all severe, lingering cough, ft is tb Against this wore piled several cushions only guaranteed remedv. Is it doesn't benefit or iu plain coverings, a brick red, an old cure, you have your mony back. 'J, gold, a soft gray and a dull green with STANKpHD. KY., "lh proprietors ol Dr. bage's Catarrh Uomedy excellent effect. perfectly and permaknow that their medicine Falls Branch Jellico CoalCo., She could not ilauce or inz a tune, And scarcely could converse; Hut what cared I, she was my own, For better or for worse. And yet I loved her and coufessed Devotion, and, it may be. You'd do the same II you possessed Another such a baby. (1'rinted In loving memory of a deoted and true Me, from her own selections.) I'retty schoolbngs for littlo girls aro made of gray fine ribbed corduroy, with initials outlined in Roman floss. They aro in tho shapo of tho old fashioned purses nnd draw together with eilver and gilt riugs. I'rvklieiiltic Worn L'iliolt-ry- . 11 P1LOW8, F1LOWS We now have A COMPLETE LINE "Wo 111 PJfiiMIKINB9 Crab Orchard, Ky. Tho Bagdad curtains, whoso stri'ies Of Oliver Chilled Plows, Uuchcr & Giobs' Imperial Plows in steel and camel's are pleasantly fcuggestivo of chilled and Malta Double Shovels. hair shawl, are excellent fresheners of Attention of the public is invited to the fac is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act dcpotitors arc secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor an amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn statements of thncnndition of the bank are made each yearto the United Stales government and its assets are caamined at stated limes by government agents, thus securing addititooa and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as th Deposit Hank of Stanlord In 185,8, then tied as the National Hank ol Stanford in 163 and as the First National Hank ol again Stanlord in iS3j, lias had practically an unmter-rupte- d eiistcnceof sj years, It is better supplied now with lacllitlesfortransaclitigbuiinets prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully sohc-led. Like a Thlof in tho Night, Original Jellico Coal. a. blood-cleans- strength-restor- er flesh-build- JEj ZI3VC3VCBK -- Dealer In- - Directory ol this Bank is composed ot T. J. Potter, of Stanford; Porcstus Reid, Lincoln county ; J.W. Hayden, Stanford; S,H. Haughman, Lincoln; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Hairis, Lincoln; J. S. Hocker. Stanford; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Mill, Stanford. W. O. Welch, Stanford; Th OFFICKRS,-IVr"e- nently cure catarrh To prove it to you, they can't cure your catarrh, make this offer- - It mi matter what your easels, they'll pay you Ijoo in cash. is now aThis Hotel, renovated an refurnished, w as to JommiIi V. Dory, ol Warsaw, III , was trcubled iny charge and 1 iutcua t conduct it to add high rrpuUtion. but maintain its with rneinfttlara and tried a number of different ... 1." iy 11. . ol fr ends. Special accommoda- - remedies, but says none of them seemed to do turn a n.l hn.a mrtin. In. "' any good but finally he got hold of one thnt speedlions for comaercfal trave en ily cured lain. He was much plrased with it and the dlsploy of samples. telt sure that others similarly afflicted would like to know wnai ino rcmnjy waji uiai mitu "iw ASFlrst-Clas- s Mr riales for the benefit of the public that it is I chamberlain's J'aln Halm. For sale by Ad37--BILLIARD and POOLROOMS attached Call-- d11. McRoberu. Druggist, Stanford. Ky. rOSEpH C0FFKV. tl Saloon. llliin Linen Heroinlng I'oiiiIur. Dark blue linen is growing in favor for pillows, spreads and other pieces of noedlowork for which blno denim has been used. Somotimes both materials aro used in a sitting room or sleeping room, where service nnd beauty aro both considered. Tho very clear blue of the linen is most effectively worked with whito silk or linen flosses. Faiiey Groceries, Fruits And ' SUn,ra' I.S. Hocker, President; John J. McRobcrt., Cashier; A. A. McKinnev, Assistant Cashier. 1S92. 1871. Confectioneries. Baker's Bread Always on Hand v ..--. Orchard, Lawn, Garden. . tinman .Inl rt l..... .....1 wrnumenrat . ... .wirees small rum, Sluubt, Vines and Mania. lrlce low. We have no agents and our profits cease where theirs begin General aud Strawberry Cat. aljgue on application to 7 I'. IUI.LK.NMKVKR, Lexington, Ky. --- ". ' 1 - . !i.,f. Tl .U , - ! JJSiMtJj, w Jam.alt.